Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, June 11, 1845, Image 2
HUNTINGDON JOURNAL, - _ -- ..o.la country, one constitution, one destiny." Mlaramaanawdlainga e Wednos4ay morning, June 21, '45 Maj. SAMUEL CALDWELL hnn been ap pointed Deputy Surveyor for Huntingdon county. "Zionor to whcm honor is due." :.lome of the Imeofoco papers seem to be felicaa tins themselves in the contemplation of the Adinin. istration of James K. Polk ; under which, they say, , . . . • • our country still blooms and flourishes in all her The Frost at Pittsburg. wonted beauty." , The American of the 4th lest rays.-- This is but characteristic of that class of palters jury from the frost wan not so great as was anficipa , and shows a total disregard for truth in all their L led. 'Fire wheat is partially injured—the r3e less. overweening laudations of their party, and every Corn and potatoes will generally recover from the man and thing that belongs to it. I effects of it. But every thing is suffering greatly But suppose the country to be no worse than it from drought, and mere is to be feared at pre „ sent ago,was three months when Mr. Polk was inducted from a continuance of this than from the frost. into office, should that fact be made the foundation I Which is the British Party ? for an arrogant encomiUM on Ille.Polk and his Ad- A London paper contains the following:— ministration? What is the secret of lids vaunted "Messrs. Chalon, Stanfield. Leslie, Christen, Stump P rosperity, if indeed it exists at all in truth? Is it ' and Ward, have left in the packet ship Victoria for owing to any measure proposed by the new Preto- New York, it is understood, to paint the Hall of dent, and adopted by his party ? Far from it. Ii Congress of the United Staten. Thew was a large the present Administration in not but a blank leaf number of people to see them elf They left on 1 Wonderfel Discovery in Natural in history, it is certainly nothing more than the Pre - II the 20iii." I History. face of an unwritten and needed deters. It has That is Democracy with o vengeance. Our readers will doubtless remember the sense had no aeasion of Congress—enacted no laws or tier] produced in 1840 by the discovery of the boner measures by which the country could be either ben- I 0, - ,,Y. Neatly one thousand emigrants arrived at . New York from Europe, on Wednosiley the 28th of the great Missoarium of Missouri. W e have (fitted or injured. Why, then, give Me. Polk the' now t o . announce that the same discoverer, Dr. Al honor and the praise or the censure consequent en ult. On tire same day, three hundred rind sixty . l i mert C. Each, has brought to light the remains of a the condition of national affairs—whether good or ' three arrived at Baltimore from Germany. bad 1 -- "-•• A New York paper says that Col. Polk, our I monster in the animal creation, that puts in the I abode the celebrated "Iguanodon" of England, of These editors seem trot to Innate that they are n 1 colossal size, and the still more gigantic Trlissourium. Tariff ‘ ,.. r 184 . 2 ' Charge to Naples, and brother of the President, , sounding the praises of the 11'hig, The last discovery may be set dower to the SWW of I won $.5000 on the Peytona victory over Fashion. whenever they talk of the smoke of our furnaces— Alabama, and to a county adjoining Mobile,namely the din of the forgo-hammer—and the busy hum ofl The Weather. . 1 Washington, being found imbedded in n yellow ear manufactories. The much abusedi r Tar f The Columbus (O.) State Journal, of the list :li ine rock formation, near the old Washington court \\'hig legislation--and . the Protective System, un• I utt..y.: • house. Dr. K. is a German try birth and education; der adverse circumstances, is the palpable cause ofi There is it good deal of consternation in this see_ but has already acquired considerable reputation in this. The patty in power will rept al," modify" or i tion of the State, en account of the continued cold this country for his geological researches and his reduce the Tariff, if they prove true to their profes- , weather and drought. There was a hard freeze ardent devotion to the cause of the natural sciences last night and night previous. Ice was f e o i rin h e i d i, ' generally. nions. If, when they shall h'ave had unchecked ii He gives to this last most remarkable power in the hails of Congress during Mr. Polk'a 1 nara:thaina th ' i l e l k a n i eT.:. 'Vli'lle"ctoirin"trliat the La. fossil wonder (which he describes as the greatest Presidential - term, this prosperity continues, then ' pe t ] pt ,i nna frosts, was generally blackened to the ' wonder of this ogee( wonders,") the name of r Zr we shall frankly admit that the policy of the Whig ground, arid potatoes and vegetables generally, are ' baton Sillimanii,' in compliment to Professor Sill party is no better than that of the Load . ... in the same plight.—The wheat fi ckle, with hero Inman of Yale College. The description of this and there an exception, look bad enough. With a _ . 0:1- (,Zinc, VICTOUTA intends visiting the con- major . ity of our farmers, the prospect of a wheat monster is . in substance . as . follows: "I !rav e just crop is hopeless'. T he drought does not • however, succeeded in bringing to light, the very nearl y com tinent early in August next. And I'IIEMI.NT extend over a wide section of country, and the a- delete skeleton of a most colossal and terrible reptile, Pour, according to the Union, does not intend to 'count of wheat in the country is no great that the , leave Washington this summer. Who cares'? price cannot be very higli.'' that may he joint), termed the king of the kings of The Savannah Georgian, of the same date, has reptiles. Its length W one hundted and four feet Locofoco Hatred o f D I uelling. the following r —the enlid portions of the vertebra are from 14 to h Our readers will recollect the pitiful appeals the ‘i We have experiencea 118 inches in lergt very changeable weather , - ' and from Bto 12 inches in LocoWco natters and orators made previous to rbe here within the last day or two. on Thuisday, in diameter, each averaging 75 pounds in weight.-- law presidential election, to induce the people to the trimming. it was uncomfortably warm to Crone Its greatly elongated jaws are armed with not less oppose Ittr. CIfl) because he was a duel:ist. We having out-door I•usinees to attend to, while yest,r- than forty incisor or cutting teeth, four canine teeth • day, particularly totvards evening, winter clothing ' charged it upon them then an sheer hypocrisy, ,or fangs, and molar. or grinders. These teeth all was comfortable." knowing that many of them lauded Gen. Jackson I fit into each other when the jaws are closed, and it 1 FACTORIES IN THE SOUTH. Mr the "admirable firmness" which he manifested Bishop Potter. ' is clear that the mutual w " of the carnivorous on- The Louisville Journal says that in the exp„i• when he Eliot down, in cold blood, the "InmenteP I The Boston Transcript says: , turn, The eyes were evidently law, and were moots about to be made for the establishment of man- Dickson. We, in, Massachusetts, are , . proud o f t h e d e , prominently situated on the forehead, giving the ufactories in the South, not the least interesting fea- Recently we have been - furnished with other 1 (ion i° tie 13 , islinPrie ...Tr f i . endo ‘ i v it l e ii i , v;( o o r - li or animal the power of keeping a constant and vigor t ere is the design to ovoid in Meng the use of slave striking proofs that their " horror" of duelling was 1 P rn e ii ii i " e * O lv arti l i a id e a n n n tly " li s t d t l ed )7 to ) ;erforni the duties of autt watch far ha Pr'''. The body had menthe. rat ['bor. The di ffi culty heretofore, one di ffi culty at all hypocrisy; fur President Polk—the choice o f the office, or to maintain gracefully the dignities of t arhed iesembling paddles or fins, which in propor these horrified moralists—the "moral and religious" prelacy. In learning, be is indeed ii a very proper thin to the size of the animal were smell, mid were least, has consisted in getting suitable labor. Free I,aor, which might have been hod on the opal, . it Mr. Polk-has appointed one George W. Jones to man; " ;" in piety, Ire is calm, thoughtful and sincere d ou h t i caa intended to propel the body of this enor- , s d ' Mar 1 nd could not be had to mi. procure in 3 a , a responsible Mike. Now let it not be forgotten as becometh ono i moue creature through rho waters of those large I I ' •—• that negotiates between God and man, I gle with slave labor, but the design, we understand that the 6,11110 George W. Jones was one 'of the 1 rivers and se., which it inhabited or frequented.— As God's aniliimsador, ;" i is in Carolina, to rely on free labor entirely, such seconds in the famous duel in which Mr. Cilley— Each of these paddles or Bes, is composed of 21 ' In social life, he hos ever been beloved by alt, 1 seven freely articula- Ina may be had there, with Northern superintend the "lamented"—the " martyr " Utley fell. T hu and in this respect, should he accept the Bishopric, I inn... , which f... in union , cols; and the expectation is, that to work in these "moral and religious" " Young Hickory" line also his great loss to his New York friends will he in- . ring joints. The rams aro of a very peculiar slinpe, factories will lie regarded as honorable employment, a ppointed a Mr. Imbranche, who killed a man in I deed "great gain" to the people of the ...tit and extremely numerous. They are three flaws and thus a c0n ,,,, , ,, ii ,,, iii ,,, 0 , with tie procured, a duel, in New Orleims, to a responsible office. diocese. In the beautiful words a Cowper, Dr. the thickness nt the lower than they aro at the su.. . Potter is a man and the hope and pride of Independence be imbibed Oh, eliade of the "murdered Cilley!" But although j 1 perior extremity: —.whose heart i • wnrm. by thousands who have no land or close of their these Cants are staring these Pharisaical hypocrites I Dr. K. is at present in fills city, and bas the who. hand. an, I ow , rr pure, whose doctrine and tubers . I, and who, " poor nrd proud, submit to any boldly in the face, we see no outbreaks of hot in- lire , skeleton of this truly wonderful animal in his chow thingsooner than work in the field by the side or dignation—no manifestations of holy horror on their c o i nc id ent , ex hibit l oca l p roo f 1 T mhe seal ports are not yet joined together, bil-t i the slave, midwhen they do, soon sink to his !coral part--no wringing of hands and rolling up of eyes That lie is honest in the sacred cause." we understand that he is willing to arrange and pre level. Such is the experiment going on, end such towards lienven and invoking the spirits of the - ' pare them for exhibition, if there were any probe- the prospects o f a c l am , i n th „ o „ t h , pregnant, martyrs against Mr. Polk and his party. No— Boyd, the Murderer 1 bility that lie would be remunerated at this period of 8..4 our: it.), ace, with tumid results, •hi ache , . - -- rd roll'' '..nr o f- , " the W 'ehe , - J. - - i the year for Iris labor nnil expense. Under the eir• c learn from 1,... ;estchesta. reffersonian, - that on Friday of week before last, Jab. Boyd, cutnstances, we presume he will take this rate dui- 1 vt, ,:ont: Too coil a Li vi .1....T1ie following adj• ch a rged with the murder of young Patton, was ex- osit)h which of right belongs to Alabama, to some . de is extracted from the "Of edited by the attuned in prison, 'rite testnnony of the little girl, I other place for its rust exhibition. Factory Girls of Lowell: seven years old, was suflident to authorize the co. , Alabama appears to abound with atesm fossil re- " Whence originated the idea that it woo demo. initial of the prisoner for tried. oO n re t urn i ng to mains of uninuels that are now extinct. The Alit- 1 tory to a Indy 's dignity, or a blot upon female elm, the cell, Jabot remarked that . they swore pretty Luny Daily Citizen, of a recent dale, thus describes leter, to lttor,anrltyli:txtlLfir i s! tosn o eer ; hnrd against him, but that he did not believe they one , of these wonders now exhibiting in that city, Lle g u Y sand o expressions ought not if glow erreYpubli could prove it.' His presence of mind and 'earth. which we doubt not is that discovered a-few years ct., soil! Th e time bus been when Indies of the hood are still prominent in his behaviour, and he stare. by the late John G. Crengh, Esq., of Clark first rook were accustomed to busy themselves in betrays nofeelingsa remorse or sorrow for the county in this State: domestic employment. Hamer tells .of princesses who used to draw water front the springer, end wash awful oriole. His father and mother were present "It is the petrified vertebra of a monster called With their own hands the finest of the linen of their nt the examination, but whether they will be able by the Naturalists the Zuyigbron—n creature which re ,,,,,,,,,, families. The famous Lucretia need to by their service to raise a doubt m favor of the pri- I must bye been half alligator and half whale. It spin in the midst of her attendants, and the wife of saner is somewhat doubtful. The old lady declared woo discovered imbedded in a chalk formetion on Ulysses, after the Beige of 'Troy, employed herself that she had had much trouble with Jabez—had the hanks of the. Ma 11... rivers and was bOxed °P xenving until her husband returned from Mica." • flogged him for various oflimces until her heart . and sent to Professor Emmons, of this city. The fr:r Mr. Miller, the father of Millais:mites been ached, without doing him ally gond, and that he vertebra extending from a portion of the bend to preaching in the Tabernacle, Boston, during the ought to lease leis due. it scents from what weenie , the tip of the tail, is eight/Ifeet in length as it lies week past, but to rather alien audience. 'rite de learn, that iris greatest delight consisted in tout', ing upon the floor! The creature must have been, in structjon is now fixed to come MT next December. any living thing that fell in his way, and while life, from ninety to one hundred feet long !" tvorking at his trade, took great delight in throwing . Dr. 'Cochleas kindly placed in our hands for pc- ff" - _) - G. W. J. its, the newly appointed Sum, or Mid. at the heads of these passing under the ruse!, a copy of the notes of his Ceological Survey „r•/0„.„, was °Ho of t i ro cecoodt, in t h e d uet i n scatiolding." ,of certain portiona of South ANN.', which we which Utley was killed. Wonder if the Reverend find to be exceedingly interesting. We shall en- I Me. Sheppard of Bradford county has heard of this A Comet. deavor to give them a place in our column. They fact. We hope the " Polk & Drees" papers will .A.nother Rase. A watchman of Moyamensing, PhilailelPhin co., 40 (0 chore the , ht., is 0 do, observer, and full y • t hi n • give a notice. It is now stated Unit there will lee a third dial sew a cornet nt about 3 o'clock on Tuesday morn- conversant with the pursuits in which he is enga for champienshiPr between /ash.. and PeYlono , ing of lust week, in a north-easterly direction. The ~,d ._ _No b ik Ad v . ..- POISON FOR FLIES. over the Canton C 0..., Md., some dine Ibis Inenlh , tail was quite distinct. Captain Silliman, of the It in perhaps not generally known that black for a purse of $ 20 . 000 - Aneing not being s Yn ° nY" barque Jos. Patton, Jun. from Charleston. states f,: - .f During the prevalence of the earthquakes in pepper (not red) is n poison for many insects. The emus with fair dealing, the hope that none of our I i t ta t at , t i n , `and turd., at 3 o'clock, A. ss .. „1„.,, Mexico last month, one town, celled Valle de Rio l following simple mixture is the best destroyer of readers will stake their money or any thing else on etheM fifteen miles south of Chincoteague, he .w Blanco, in Unattjuato, was entirely swallowed up, l i , l , : , % ° bisc li r rie ll i 7: f i l re : l T ' g r ro k u e nd lr nd Ply , i :r . :; a comet in aN. E. direction, 12 or 14 degrees shove , leaving on ly n l a r g o cavern where it stood. Up-_ II enough of each to cover a ten cent piece; moisten the horrizon. It was quite brilliant, with u long wards of GO persona perished in this awful gulf.— and mix well with n spoonful of milk, (a little tr'S The Charlestown (Illinois) R"Publi'a° °I . tail, and Oras visible for some time. I In Reduce., the .ciliation of the earth produced I cream is better ;) keep flint in your room and you the 23d ult. says—. Mrs. Elizaheth Reed, who was i t h e exp l os i on of a p0 „. ( 1, r non, which did co„ctdo.. l will keep down your (lies. Otto advantage over to have sofT R ered the last penalty of the law, upon ,rote.—On Sunday night, May 11401, snow felt , raid. damage, besides lose of life. On the 111th ' other poison is that it ilium nothing else; and another, that the flies seek the air and never die ru n gallows, this day, for the murder of her bush . and. an the mountains affluent to Wilkest,ane, Pa., to I Of oth. Capitol wan visit.] with two more shade., i n the 'muse—rho wind°, , being open.-- ri,,,71- uti in:ttel suicide by eating glass." aim depth of two inch,. ' 1 which lusted catch severe) seconds. null Chronic le. iavo not sul they . mat patriotism ant .iigiou mat now oven to issue annony mous circulars to Christian voters, calling upan them to put down these out rvges!" We venture to say that not a Locofoco paper in the county, state, or union, will inform its readers of these facts. We slmll are. Allegheny County. The Delegate Convention of the Whigs and An timasons met in Pittsburg on Wednesday last, and nominutcd the following ticket: Awmbly—Alexander Wanda, Daniel WCur. dy,'l'. J. Bigham, and 11. 1L Brackenridge. Clerk of Quart, Sesynne—John Young, Jr. Commiennuer—John treasurer—Thomas R..coi-der-831nuel Roseburg. fieg:,ter—Peter A. Madeira. A Iditur—Hugh Mlionnick. Messrs. lidanda and Bigham w•era inembora of the law LogiAature. til• It is and that there is an Insurance Coinpa ity in New York, which insures spinet loss by theft, at a premium of une per cent. the inue. Important from Texas, By New Orleans papers of Nay 25th, we have late news from Texas. ]'resident Jones has issued a proclamation calling upon the people to elect "deputies" to a convention of the various counties, to be held on the 4th of July next, to consider the proposition of annexation to the United States, and to adopt, if they think expedient, provisionally a constitution, to be submitted to the people for their ratification, with a view to admission into the Union. The li. S. squadron, under the command of Capt. Stockton, had arrived off Galveston. 0:1 In Itaca, N. Y., resides a Mr. Williams and a Mis Conrad. Williams courted the fair lady— a:cepted—the day fixed—changed his mind— wouldn't have her—the lady wooed not but sued— recovered $Bl2OO, as a salve to crushed hopes and the loss of a husband. Oh, these costly suits and breeches ! all for the ladies!! Zzample--•Tho War revcr of the Day. The National Intelligencer, in the course of an article on the late rebellion of the students of Vir ginia College, points at anti•rentism and several other movements of a disorganizing character that have recently taken place in various parts of the country, end asks: " What can he expected but that the untamed youth should catch the name of ouch freedom 1" There is force in tldabove. When we notice ! turl.ulance and disorder among the youthful portion of the community, we should examine with some attention as to the causes, and thus in a majority of cases wo would diecover, that the seniors had been seriously culpable. We find this clearly illustrated at the present time, In relation to the war fever of the day. Many of our young men have been so misled by passion and prejudice, that they fancy that a war with any object, or on any grounds, how ever rash and unjust, would be virtuous and patri stic. They mistake passion for patriotism, and fury for zeal--and thus they talk coolly of wholesale slaughter tinder the sanction of the nation, as a very delightful gnrne. Love of country, attachment to free institutions, resittance of aggression, main tenance of honor and right, cannot be too earnestly inculcated. In a just war, too, every citizen should ' regard it as a duty to take his due share of the re eponsibility and the risk. But let us not rush blindfold into a struggle with any power, and cope , cially let us endeavor to make ouryouth distinguish between a denim for justice, a manly determination to stand by national rights—and a vindictive thirst for conflict, blood, and all their attendant horrors and crimes. Flie in• Groat Fire in New Work. One Hundred Buildings Burnt—Four Hundred Destitute Families. The New York Tribune of Monday the 2nd inst. contains a lengthy account of a destructive fire that broke out in that city on Saturday night last, about midnight, its the stables of Messrs. Peltier and Pe ters, on the corner of Sixth Avenue and 19111 streets, which was more distressing in its effects than any that has occurred in the city for a long time. Nearly two very large blocks between the Sixth and Seventh Avenues were entirely swept, and o ver one hundred buildings, of all sorts, were consu med—leaving more than four hundred families en , titely destitute, many of them even of their clothes. Not fifty dollars worth of furniture or property of any kind, so far as can be ascertained, was saved by any of these poor creatures, and not twenty indi viduals were insured at all. A great portion of the buildings burnt, were poor shanties, occupied most ly by Irish families, and these suffer terribly. The Tribune says this calamitous fire was the work of an incendiary. It was told its on apparent , ly good authority, that a man was seen to set the stable on fire and run. Ile was immediately'pur sued and would have been aught had not the pur suer stutnbled over a sleeping watchman—thus causing two catastrophies, the escape of the man sod the waking up of the watchman from a refresh ing nap. The spread of the fire was instantaneous —every thing being very dry, and the buildings all composed of the most combustible materials. It also says: _ _ _ Nothing can be roneeived so utterly pail and pitiful as the condition of these three thousand men, women and children, (for the number will reach that) thus in on instant reduced II absolute want and hunger—shelterless, and many of them unclad and with only a blanket about their shoulders. They are sitting weeping and starving under the fences and in the vacant lots—crowded into cow pens and outhouses—the middle•lifed, the young, the decrepid aged, the helpless . infant. What a scene! Mr. Clay and his ramily. Though it is scarcely within the legitimate pro vince of the public press, to make direct reference the domestic concerns of citizens, yet when one has become so much the " observed of all," as is Mr. Clay, it seems proper to consider him, and his, in a more public light than we do others, hence we copy the following from the New York Tribune : " We have not given currency to the painful ro port that a son of Henry Clay lms just been smitten ' with insanity. hoping it may prove unfbunLed.— We ore strengthened in this hope by a letter just received front Lexington, dated May 25, giving on account of " A Visit to Mr. Clay at Ashland," yet containing no allusion to such an afflicting dispen sation as is reported. The statement that Mr. Clay has united with the Episcopal Church at Lexing ton, is probably true. We shall publish the letter of our correspondent as soon as may be—probably in our next. INCENDIARIES CAUGHT, Wood, an Englishman, who was arrested a few days since, in Boston, on the charge of firing and robbing the house of Mr. Saunders in Portsmouth, a few montns since, has confessed, and implicates another Englishman named Clark, and an Irishman named Murphy. All of them have been arrested. TERRIBLE AVALANCIIE-12C0 LIVES LosT. Passengers by the mail achocfner Liffii, at Poet Royal, from South America report that they heard prior to their departure, of a fearful avalanche, the effect of which had been felt on both the Atlantic and Pacific sides of the great and central Cordillera of the Andes. The snow descended in fearful quantities from the Penult° do Ruiz, which i s situ ated on the western side of the plains of Mariquin ta, and from 150 to 200 miles west of Dogota, and destroyed a large and populous district. It is sup posed that twelve hundred lives hare been sacrificed by this fearful calamity. NOBLE OLD LANCASTER! It gives us pleasure to state that Lancaster coun ty has led off in its response to the circular of the State Treasurer, and promises to pny in her State Tax, amounting to about newly thousand dollars, before the first of August. Well done, honest anti repudiating, antimasonic Lancaster! We tee! proud of the evidence she gives of her determina tion to bear up and maintain the honor and credit of the Commonwealth, notwithutanding the great and unequal burthen of it that hue been placed 'limo her. She has nobly led off in the praiseworthy work, and we shall soon see whether the Lorofoco counties will follow her example.—Pa. Telegraph. Gov. Chambers, in his message to the Legis lature of lowa, (now in session,) suggests that the question of erecting that territory into a state, which has once been rejected, be again submitted to the people; and he intimates that n majority arc now in favor of it. Pyrrsurna.—The Pittsburg Arid, speaking of the recent fire, says: "There is no doubt that the stable of Mr. YounT was fired designedly. Mrs. Nelson, who lived in Mr. Day's house, back of the stable on Prospest st., saw two half grown boys come out of it n few min utes previous to the breaking oat of the flames. A little girl, daughter of Mrs. Catharine Beatty, saw a boy about four and a half feet in height, wearing a blue cloth cap, and blue frock coat, igniting a match beside the stable. She approached him, when he drew his cap over his face, and deliberate ly applied the lighted match, end fled in the direc tion of Washington street. This could easily be done, as the alley was five or six feet higher than the floor of the rtable. Several persons me the fire in the place the girl Mates, when it was very small, but it increased so rapidly, that all efforts to suppress it proved ineffectual." co - The Collector of Philadelphia removed thir teen of the officers in dint Custom House one day week before lost,-01l good Tylerites—end appoint ed thirteen Imeofocos in their stead. We are at a loss to know whether the Tylerites are thus rewarded fur their treason to the Whigs, or for their ocreicee to the Locofocosl In either case the reward is well merited. TDOMAR HOOD, the English poet and novel. ist died recently. j• A new Spanish newspaper is about to be darted in New York. j Green, the reformed Gambler, says that the game of faro is 20 per cent. stronger than stealing. D 11: W/STAIt ' S BA sort or WI La Cirminv.- - This is a chemical extract from Wild Cherry and Tar. Every body knows that Wild Cherry pos sesses important medicinal properties—and Tar Water has always been administered in Consump lien, and Lung affections generally, by our oldest and safest physicians. This preparation embodies all the virtues of Tar and Wild Cherry in n much smaller compass than any other produced. The manner of preparing it, and its success in all Pul -1 mor.aly and Liver affections, conclusively prove I this. We say confidently, no medicine ever affect ed such wonderful cures. Let no one give up to Consumption's fatal gia , p without giving this a trial. Being formed from vegetable substances, con genial at once to our soil and system, it is safe, sim ple, and efficient. A treatise relating to this sub ject may be had, without charge, at Read who also is agent for the Balsam. Gull and BCC it. Be sure to get Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, as there are imitations abroad. The genuine, for salo hy nom. Rend, Hunt. ingdon, and Mrs. diary Orr, 110110113 Klan g. The Brandrrth Pills,. a general family medi cine, especially in a country so subjectto sudden changes of temperature as this, their value is incal culable. fly having the Brandteth Pills always on hand, should a sudden attack of sickness take place they eon be given at once, and will often have of faded a cure before the physician could have arrived. Purchase tho genuine medicine of Wm. Stewart, Huntingdon, Pa., nod other agents published in another part of this paper. .%' Farms For Sale. The sob.' *Owl's having determined to close their liteiittess in Weds Valley, Bed.% tl county, t l t fir sale all their property, viz : Their Merchant IVEill— This Mill has just been finished, and em braces all the late inwraxemeliti . —llas three run of stone—the stream pet nt.tn. at, with 20 feet fall, and tr , ni its lectitiiiii must cum mand coiistrint empl ,, vment—titil• not be ing any IVieichant NW! within 10 miles of it. T. the Mill is attached C=2l a land, Lit which are t•l.Lctutl two log houses, stabling. and Saw • Mill. ALSO, a tract of land et - nib:urns to the Mill, containing 90 acres, sae hall of which is meadow and well Set in Tiniathy. and elo vcr—the balance well timbered. the farm on which Thos. Speer, one of the partners, resides. This farin CONTAINS 123 Acres 01 prime land, nearly all cleared and in a tine state of cultivation, being mostly set in diner. The improve. nts embrace every thing necessary tor comfin . t and convenience, having a large two story log house, in which is a STORK, V. - , :IL ROOM, with a cellar under all .2_ . the house. The b.O nis large witu sinus at (Mild it. The barn y,rel is large, sui I, untied with sheds, ,talilnig and double corn cribs, wagon shed with gran, tics sufficient to hold a large quantity grain. 11c above propetty will be sold seperate or together to suit purchasers. A small st , e, k of Merchandize (it desired) will be sold with the above. The terms will be made easy. All the above property to situated within 4 miles of the Turnpike leading from Chambersbun; to Pittsburg. r further particulars, persons wishing to purchase will call on Thomas Speer, re rie lug OH the lust named property. CARSON & SPZER Valley, June 11, 1846, rd, LIST or RETAILZUS Of liferdvitylise, Liquors, &c., as re1:4 , 11- ed by the ( onatabirs of the several town. ships to the county of Huntingdon al January ~sessions. 1845, and classifica tions therrof by the Comonssioners of the said county and lutes qf the Courts rf Comm Pleas, viz : The undersigned, Treasure r of said min ty at Huntingdon, in accordance with th e si venal nets of Assembly, publishes the fol lowing list of Itetailers 4,1 Foreign Met.- chandize, within the said county for the cut • rent year, as classified and returned to Line by the Associate Judges and CoMmissioners of the county. Any person doing businasi., whose name is not in the fallowing list, as wall JIS lhotc who are I,tind to pay ally fractional piti t of a license, are requested to have their twines registered agreeably to without delay. Such as are designated by a Li] have tit , out their licenses, and theme who have not are required to do so, on or before the faith Saturday, (and tf3tli day) of Rine hist. , after which d.y suits will be instituted without respect to persons, against all ilt - linquents. Those marked thus [l] sell liquors. CLAM CLAKR A thgheny Thumnitip. A Patterson /13 Elias Balm 3) 11 Boyer N't . Ritmo Walker 14• Philip Metz 114 Joseph Patton 141 Wedt Samuel Confare 14 John Watt 11 Antes (Miles Lewis 13 Benjamin F Bell 12 Walker Gralnuit M'Camont 13 James Campbell /13 Robert Campbell &Co 14 Slams Ake 11 N Barrer . 1 Warriammark John W Myton' It/ Benjamin F Patton 11 J A Bell & Brother 13kbednego Stephens 11 I John R Hunter 131Samurl Miller 11 James Mliui:o 131 Alexandra borough Blair 13 A Knox 4. Son 13 1. f r i o c i t i ;:n P li o ll r & ter ;orter 1'... Wm Anderson &co /14 Moore & Swoop° . 13 Daniel M'Connell /14 Michael Siseler 11 Peter O'llngen tl4 Birmingham Cromwell :James Clarke 13 , Thomas E Orbison 131Stewnrt & Owens 4",,,: .. Andrew) Wigton 14,1 Goysporf ' Cass illoliert Lytle, Scn. 11 Robert Speer 141,10 yd & Groff P.: Jacob 111 Cover 14 James Flowers 11 i James Henderson 141 Samuel Smith 14 Dublin Redman & I larteock 11 Alexander C Illair 13 ' flunlingrlon Franksl own Harrison & A uperly 14 James Couilron 1:3 Slovene, Snyder & co 13 111 ichael Wolf 13,C &II Newinghnin 11 Samuel Henry 14;Jatnes Saxton Jr. 13. John Sweney 14!Jacoh Miller 14 Franklin (Geo A Steel 13 Martin Cages 13 Thoinus Read & Son 13 Coo K Shoenberger 12!.lonea & Rothrock 11 S & R B Wigton 13 William Dorris 13 Shorh, Stewart &co 12 liwoope & Africa 14 John S Isett 1418 E & W M'Muitrie 13 Hopewell !Fisher & IVl'Muitrie• 12 James ELtriken Jr - 112i William Couch lit. John B Given tl3 Willitun Stewart /13 /instal !Mark Goodman 11 Dr P Shoenberger 12 John N Prowe'l 13 Henderson Hollidaysburg MUM, . .. I .. . .. .... .- ikens & Kessler 13 1 1 loyd & Mill' 12 Morris lieu W Patterson . 1 IS • Goo W Patterson 14 1 James Gardner 13 Henry S Spang 13 (.1 Bingham & co. 13 Walter Graham 13 Joseph Deism 114 Moore & :Steiner 15 Augustus Muck t II Hugh WNeal 13 David Hammer 11 Porter Jahn Gourley 1l S M Green &co 13 Henry L Patterson, 14 Thomas Patterson 141Thomse 13 Moore 12 Samuel Hatfield 14,Henry Learner -tl3 Springfield 'Michael Bouslough.• 13 Illair & Madden 131 A M'Cormick &co 13 William Madden 14 Joseph Dysart IS It ayrier Innis rt Williams 13 11l John Kratzer 13 Gilbert L. Lloyd 13 Ivan Slmili& 01,(B E )13 Goo 13inght,m &co I 3 Same (T F) 1:2 Peter M Nally 14 Shirley William Hall 14 .1 114 & S H Bell 13 David Geo . ( flaw 13 Tad George Port 1 t Reuben Trexlar tl3 3 11 M'Girr 14 Ames Clnrk 14 11 W Christy It I:tirone William Forbes I 4 John NI noire 14 Petersburg Joseph M arrow 14IA & N Cresswells 11 TussMr & Patton 13 Stevens & Patton 13 Woodberry .14 irlellsho rg Jonathan Focht 19 Henry Brewster 13 Smith & Wampler 13David Frahm' 14 Sclunucker & Royer 13 Ii & G ',as 13 Good & M'A Eisler 13 John Lutz . 14 Royce & Hoover 13 GEORGE T AV I ,CR Jien.Purerof ilivilingdon Coitut y Treasurer'., Offic, - , t tingdon, June 11, 18.15. .111 Lyes This Vllfty. The snbssrihe•l• would must respe•ctfuft+ ham't his friends and the public iii gen eral, that he has recently 'Trek, d .art ..praed a gruel assortment of coat-TA...IT nd f,ait, which he Oros fur s•de in thy• hascownt story of the attire of Thos. lteaii tit San, where fir will he pleased to tv :tit on all those w•IIo will give him a call. Ile will have r o.,stantly nn hand Raisins, rigs, Oranges, .Lemony, and ull other• articles tistvilly kept in coot ile also has ISccr, Cak, and Pies, and d~.3~r'r~'_~'L:.~~~ LAY' uC cect•y dr scription. Hi king c,l any hind dnni• according to order (II short notice. I lis intention is to lit.ve none but the crry beat ;u tides, and to have always a good sup • ply in his shop, and last he wmltl, say, all, Call and judge yourselves. Ile hopes to merit and receive tt share of public patronage, as his intention is to 01 on very moderate term:, R. READ Huntingdon, June 11, 1845.-3 t. To tho Voters of Huntingdon Co. E1.1.0%V CITIZENS : _ ...... 1 respectfully off. r myself to your consideration, as a candidate foi*the efficr of Register Recorder, f said c. luny nt the ensuing General El, r • Orin. (Having had experience iii the dune Of said otliee,) should 1 be elected 1 pledge myself to a faithful di,harge theeenr. JA NIES A101(141.)W. Frankstown, June 11, 1845.-4. :.9'eaural2ctv2ll. • AN experienced FEMALE TEACHER, to take charge of a Pub :icing, in this B,mougli for a term of three months. By or der of the Board of Directors. JAMES RAMSEY, clerk ,burr, May 'a9, 1645.