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FOURTFEN DAYS LATER FROM
EUROPE—ARRIVAL Of THE BRIT
The Steamship Britannia arrived at
Boston on Sunday evening 16th instant
IRELAND.—The latest accounts from ,
Ireland represent the mortal career of
the Lord Lieutenant as rapidly drawing
to a close. The Dublin Evening Post
holds out no hope of his recovery:
The Potato blight has reappeared in
the neighborhood of Belfast.
O'Connell is sinking daily ; the ac
counts which came to hand through the
medium of the French papers, show that
his earthly career is drawing to a close.
The weather has, of late, undergone
a favorable change ; vegetation is ma
king rapid progress. The accounts of
the Wheat and Oat crops are highly en
couraging, and even in regard to Pota
toes very favorable accounts. are receiv-
FaAxcE.—Three men, whom the French
Court sentenced to death for their parti
cipation in some of the Corn riots at Be
sancon, were executed on the public
square of that town on the 12th ult. be
fore an immense concourse of people.
The news of General Taylor's victo •
ries was received with much satisfac
Great distress continues to exist.—
Bread is excessively dear, and it is fear
ed that during the months of May and
June provisions of all kinds will be dear:.
er than they have hitherto been.
Vegetation is very backward, owing
to the told during the last fortnight.
Complaints have been Made in the
Havre Evening Journal that the Ameri
cans have imposed a tax upon foreign
shipping arriving on the coasts of Cali
fornia—some of them even say that, the
conquest of California hot having been
recognized by France and other coun
tries, amounts to a robbery.
IrALYi—A most diabolical plot to mur
der the Pope has been discovered. It
was first found out by the French Am
bassador ; he revealed the names of the
conspirators to the Pope. Their inten
tion was to assassinate him while giving
audience to one of them, who Was ap:
pointed to kill him.
A Capuchin Priest presented. himself
for an audience of the Pope. His Holi
ness requested his name. This lie gatie;
but before admitting him; the Pope look:
ed over the list of conspirators; and
finding the name of the Capuchin there,
be immediately summoned Carbines,
who, on the Capuchin's entrance, seized
him, and on searching hihi, found hb had
a brace of pistols and a poisoned dag
ger about his person. The Capuchin
was conveyed to prison. Many arrests
The plot is no doubt a concerted one.
MONEY MARKET.--During the last
fortnight the Funds have continued un
interruptedly a downward course, the
bullion in the Banks still disappear rap;
The European Times says i—Since
we alluded to the position of the Bank
of England, matters have become worse
in the whole commercial world. Frain
Cornwall to Caithness and froth Cape
Clear to the Giant's Causeway, all are
np in arms In respect to our absurd mow
...,etary policy. Great is the triumph of
the currency doctors, and great is their
exultation at the embarrassment, which
is bringing many to ruin, and has already
caused proud hearts to bow in humble
The price of Cotton on the sailing of
the steamship Caledonia had a down
ward tendency, and since her departure
prices hate further declined. The mar
ket had become flat, the sales less, and
speculators not operating:
MAsichr.—There hat been some
fluctuation iu the price of Grain and
Flour during the month, but prices have
now settled down at , Ios. for Western
Canal Flour. American Red Wheat,
10s. 6d. to lie. 9d. ; and White, 12s. to
12s. 3d. per }umbel: Indian Corn, 51s.
to 52e.; Red, 525. to 535. During the
last day or two, Wheat has advanced 2
uence per 70 lbs. ; Western Flour, Is.
per barrel ; Philadelphia and Baltimore
flour, 6 pence.
In the Liverpool Market the demand
is limited, and prices have declined 2s.
per 180 lbs. on Yellow, 2s. on White.—
Yesterday, May 3, foreign Wheat ob
tained an advance of fully Cs, per quar
ter. The Flour trade was very active,
and a rise of 2s. per bbl. was establish
" ed ; while Indian Corn was sold at 565.
to 58s. for Yellow, and 58s. to 60's. for
The amount Which the Americans
have sent to the starting Irish has been
the universal theme of eulogy in Ireland,
and of Warn' and generous sympathy in
THE POOR IN LONDON.—Upwards of
50,000 persons are now inmates of the
London Workhouses; 60,000 . are receiv
ing out-door relief, and from 1400 to
2000 are nightly sheltered in the refuges
for the houseloss. The aggregate ex
ceeds one hundred thousand. In addi
' tion to this number; there are many
thousands who live by begging, and
thousands inure who live by criminal
o*-The Philadelphia city loan of s3c ,
500,000, for the subscription to the Cen
tral Railroad, has been taken, $16,000
at a premium of from 1.4 to' 2 per cent,
the balance at par in one bit!.
Arrest of an American Ship Captain and his
To Mr. Jeffrey supercargo of the brig
P erfect, Capt. Gardner, frbm Tampico,
the New Orleans Delta is indebted for
the following, It was related to him
by a passenger on board, who Was from
San Blas, and who was cognizant of the
"The whale ship Stonington, Capt.
Hamley, arrived at San Bias, from Up
per Callifornia, on the Ist March. Three
Mexican officers were passengers oh
board. One of them, Senor Narviz, had
been for several years Captain of the
port of Monterey, in California. Cap
tain Hamley, at the instance of Nnrviz,
took him ashore in his boat:
ately on his landing on the beach, Cap
thin Hamley, his crew of five Men, and
Senor Narviz, were immediately made
I prisoners by the Mexicao authorities of
The ship lay off and on for several
days, expecting the return of the cap
tain and boat's crew, and at last set sail
and went oil: The captain and crew
were kept in close confinement, and
were finally sent to Topic, where they
arrived on the 10th of March.
They were there confined till the 15th,
when they were set at liberty, at whose
instance is not stated. They left for
San Blas, where they expected to get on
board a Spanish barque, which was to
sail for Guayaquil, from whence the ex
pected to get a conveyance to Valparaiso
o join their ship.
Diabolical and Murderous Act.
Sixty persons poisoned—Ten or Twelve
Dead—Eighteen or Twenty others Des-
The New Orleans Delta of the llth
instant says that a friend of their's has
received a letter from his brother, who
resides in the parish of Sabine. It is
dated on the 2d instant, and besides
some reference to Matters of private bu
siness; contains the following startling
Therd has been one of the most un
exampled acts of poisoning conimiited
in Shelby away; Texas; that ever I
" There Woo a Wedding tit old Mr,
Wilkinson's of an Orphari Or' he raised;
at which all the invited guests ivsre
scihedi including the bride's Maid and
groom's man. Out of sixty person's poi
soned; thirty, Dr. Sharp says, will cer
tainly die. Ten or twelve arc already
dead, including two sons of preacher
Britton, two Castlebury's—the one a
youhg man and the other a young wo
tnan-----one of the 'Skiiighter's and his
" Strange to tell, none of the family
was injured, nor yet the bride and groom;
yet one of the bride's maids died. inthe
4 , Old Wilkinson has absconded.—
This portion of Texas is in arms; and
woe-betide the guilty ! What I write
you is thii faCt without exaggeration.
It is supposed that the negroes Were
hired to administer the poison in the
Coffee, or food, by a disappointed suitor,
Who was present at the wedding."
Th 6 War and its Victims.
Since the cOmmeheement of the 'War
with Mexico, we hare killed and woun
ded at least 10,000 of her soldiers, and
taken possession of immense tracts of
her territory. Nevertheless: there are
no indication gof peace. It is estimated
moreover by a Washington letter-writer,
that our loss in killed and wounded is
3,010 ; and that there have died of the
climate 2,soo—making together 5,510
men who have been either wounded or
lost to the country, in battle or by sick
ness: Ainongsi those who have been
killed or wounded are some of the no
blest spirits of the land—men who were
calculated to be ornaments to the coun
try. The writer above referred to, thus
Isums up our losses :
In the operations around Matamorair,
in killed and wounded,
At Buena Vista,
In incidental skirmishing within the
line of Taylor's operations,
In the opera•inns in New Mexico, in
killed and wounded,
At Vera Cruz and neighborhood,
At Alvarado in the attack of Cont.
In the attack of CaPt. Hunter,
At Cerro Gordo, including the march
Total killed and ivonnifed,
Died of the climate,
The territories of the enemy occupied
by our forces, comprehend, says the wri
ter; "an area of 800,000 square miles;
equal to fifteen such divisions of terri
tory as the State of New York•" Be
sides this, we have possession of Vera
CrUz and several other places ; and per
haps, of the city of Mexico itself. At
every stage of the war the olive branCh
has been tendered to Mexico, but it has
been insolently rejected, and defiance
hurled in our teeth.. In this condition
of affairs what shall be done ?—Pa. Inq.
GREAT MoirrAmTv.- , —The Washington
(Pa.) Reporter, of the 15th inst., states :
that within the last three months a largo
number of deaths has occurred in East
Pilie township, in: that county-60rd
ing, if not exceeding the ravages of the
thole' a. The disehse is styled a malig:
mint fever .
A Most Singular Case
We find in the Boston Medical and
Surgical Jourhal, the following account
of the anomalous case of Miss Sarah
Burbeck, of Salem, who is represented
not to have slept for a moment, nor to &die
been free from pain for fifteen years.—
Her body and limbs are in perpetual me ,
tion—and almost qll the joints in her
body have been dislocated thousands of
" When I entered her room, she was
sitting up in bed, and her right arm,
hand and fingers were twisting about in
every direction ; preschtly she leaned
forward and threw herself back against
the headboard, as if determined to break
her head. The head-board was within
an inch or two of the wall, and though
a large well stuffed pillow was planed
against it, when her head struck the
pilloW, it was with such force that the
beadstead struck the wall, causing the
whole house to tremble. During ton
minutes that I sat there, she was thrown
back in that manner over thirty times.
It appeared to me that each blow of her
head against the pillow, board and wall,
was sufficient to stun a common person,
yet she hardly appeared to notice it.
During the intervals between these
spasms, her right arm; hand and fingers
were twisting about, and her right Anal
der & under jaw were drawn out of joint
& in continually ; the bones rattling and
grinding together with a noise that could
be heard in other rooihs; as I iiias told
by several present. Being deaf I could
not hear them, but by placing one hand
on her cheek and the other on her shot
der, I could feel the grinding and crack
, ling as the muscles kept them in con=
Sometimes her jaws are locked for
several hours, and even days; and at
one time, if I remember right, they *ere
locked twenty=five days, when all the
nourishment she took was through the
aperture caused by the loss of a tooth.
I-Icr jaws hai , e been so Often diSloca
ted, she can bite nothing except .when
the contraction of the muscles throws
her teeth together, and then her tongue
is often caught between her teeth, and
severely bitten: Site tales no nourish
meat except in a liquid state, and that
with t 4 greatest difficulty, as it causes
Strangulation; spasms, and severe disc
' . 1 .1 1458 spasms sometirties throw her
from her lied to the plastering over head;
and sotnetithes oh . the floor; and any '
attempt to hold litir ilicreasEs her agony:
Her hand is sometimes thrdw up in her
face with such force us to bruise her
face acid break, the skin; and one of hbr
eyes has thus been dtistroyed.
While conversing with her; her jaw
was thrown out of joint, and drawit doWn
in a most shocking manner, and she VraS
thrown back three times with such
force as caused the whole hduse to
shake; and the moment the spasm ceased
She finished her itentenee; commencing
at the Very word where the tit had in;
terrupted her, and with so cairn a iroice,
that I asked her; ih astonishment, if she
felt no pain, when thug attacked. She
said the pain was excruciating, if she
would give way to her feelings, her
screams might be heard half a mile ; but
as that would only distress others, she
had learned to be quiet.
Her father is o4ier 90 years of age;
and had a shock of the palsey; from
which lie had partially recovered when
I saw him. Her mother is direr 70, and
has had the care of this suffering child
until prevented by sickness within a
year and a half; At the time of my
visit she was confined in the same room
in a very feeble state,"
The "Aincrican Star," a paper Which
yankee enterprizo has just started at
Jalapa; thus spealcS of the place:
if (here is any one place in Mexico
that we deem superior to all else we
have combined, that place is Jalapa. It
is the prettiest town, has the haroisotriest
loveliest gardens, and most
delicious fruits of all others taken to
gether; and what adds More than all
these to the interest of the place is the
fact, that it seems to be peopled with a
race distinct from those we have encoun
tered elseWhere—possessing` moss ideas
of refinement, more intelligence; More
Industry and more neatnem The wo
men are decidedly pretty, and there is
not a man who will say ought to the
contrary; and in their habits—we mead
of course, "the upper ten,"—they
proxiMate nearer to American refine
ment. Naught can be said of the men •
but what is to their advantage; and
many a tine, while pas Sing op the prin.:
cipal street; we imagined ourselves in
some thriving Yankee city. Taking
Jalapa all in all, we are highly pleased
With it and its people, and cannot con
ceive that there is any difference of
opinion on that subject among us Amer:
A brutal father in Philadelphia 'Wa
gered a few days since with some
wretch as unfeeling as hiMself that his
son a mere lad, could drink three bottles
of porter. The child in obedience to
his father's stern command, drank offthii
contents of two bottles and a part of the
third'. Failing to accomplish the task,
the unnatural parent became em'aged,
and thrusting the neck of the bottle into'
the child's mouth, poured the' liquor
down hiS throat. Fur a while the lad's
life Wits despaired of; but the mddical
Wettbnent finally rest'oieit
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BY MONDAY EVENING'S MAIL,
IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO.
[From the North American.]
MURDEROUS ORDER OF CANALES.
FREDERICkSBURG, 1 P. M.
Our advic6s frofri Nth , Orleans to the
14th, look glooMilY for the prospects of
any thing like a speedy pacification.—
We have had the bow of hope spread be
fere us, but it retreats as we advance,
and fades from the sight. The Picayune
publishes an order signed by Catialas;
issued in consequence of the late udwcir
thy and atrocious massacre of Mexicans
by our troops. This recommends retal
iatioh, and directs that no quarter be
given to any Anierican, though unable
to resist,Mid without the means of de
fence an without regard to age, sex or
There is a bloOdy chapter in the his
tory of the war about td be commenced;
and straggling parties near our points of
occuphtion on the Rio Grande will be
the victims. Martial laW. has been de-
Oared throughout the whole 'valley of
the Del Norte and &cry iddii idual capa
ble of bearing arms is summoned ; said
in default, is to be regarded as a traitor
and instantly shot.
This Order of Cenales is addressed to
the Adjutant General of the National
Guard, and any failure to carry it into
full effect Will be regarded as a crime of
the greatest magnitude. So stringent
are the provisions of the order that not
eiren the clergy ere allowed to remain at
it is reported in New Orleans on the
strength of private letters, that General
Alvarez is marching from Northern Mex
ico, with upwards of 25,000 men, whom
he gleans to scatter in Guerilla parties
covering the whole country between Ja
lapa and Puebla—also between the for=
titer place and Vera Cruz S and that the
inhabitants of tiiMly df the Villages are
arniing and gding fbrth to meet hint as
'The New Orleani lkier&irSi df the la
test date has intelligence showing that
Santo Anna's orders, and the movements
resulting therefrom, correspond with
those of Canales. The Guerilla war
fare is about to be commenced with
great activity on the part of the enemy.
[We may also State that the Spanish
paper in New Orleans aLa Patria ' pub
lishbh ti letter to the effect that Santa
Anna has issued, from Orizaba, over one
hundred commissions to as manygueril la
officers, authcirising them tq coniiiiatid
small itinerent parties of fifty to two
hundred men each. Some of these it is
added, ha%e already conimenCed their
operations on the Jalapa road.—Eds. N.
There ,is no later arrival from Vera
Cruz ; and of course nothing further from
Gen: Taylor it Was expected would be
delayed some time longer at his present
encampnient, on account Of the want of
rb-infortemeats for the volunteers who
The i , olunteers who had arrived in N.
0. Were iti wretched health and ragged.
PHILADELPHIA( May 21, 1817,
FLonit AND MEAL.-Pricei have advanced 50
cts per brl since 'Fuesday last, but the export de
mand has not been active. The closing rates are
$8 73 for common brands, $8 87i for fair, and $0
for good bran& The export safes to-ddy were only
600 brle, at these tutee. Rye Flour ban been in
request: Stiles of 1800 Film at $5 75, $6 a 6 25.
Corn Meal—S des of 3500 brls at $5 25 0 5 37i:
Sales at both prices to day.
GastN.- 4 Wheat continues in request, and 24,-
000 bushels have linen taken at $2 for good red,
eluding some at $2 02; red and white mixed at
$2,02 a 2,05 and wind arid prime white at $2,08 to
2,12, chiefly at 2,10. Rye—Sales at $1.03 to
1,15. Corn is in fair request. Soles of 12,000
bushels Pa. and Southern yellow at gl,lO and
white at $ 1,07. To-day sales of Penn 'a at $l,lO
and in store at $1 12; 5000 bushels North river
yellow at $1,14. Oats—L'llifea of Sogthern at 56
and Penn'ti at 60 cts. . _ .
WIINKNY has advanced. Sales in hilt 33, 34
a 35 ets. and in hhda 31 a :13 cts. now held higher.
HEALTH MADE EASY FOR THE PEOPLE
br Physical 'Training, to make their
Lives, in this World Long and Happy,
by the .fluthor of " Education: dls
.Ought To Be, and .Might
Be;" First .dmerican Edition,
with ridditions :
Being an etementtry and inieresting treatise on
Serf Knowledge. Containing short and entertrdn
ing articles on
Food, Heart, Glands, Strength,
Stomach, Nerves, Recreaiiont,
Digestion, Lieer, Brain., Old Age,
Blood, Lungs, Mind. Man,
tieeTotions; Arteries, Senses, Woman,
Head, Veins, Henn, Disease,
Together with the GreatSeerei—Success in Life,
how attained---1-low t 6 do Good—Causee and
Effect's of Error— H Laths —Pussiona—W oman de
scribed—Man arse ri bed— M n's E rrors-- Rich and
Pool--Sexes-:—Viittie and Vice--Youthful Errors
—Woman how made delicite--Woman's Virtues,
The whole designed for the noble purpose of int:
proving und extending Othirtition amongst the peo
ple, imparting valuable knowledge on the phyatol
' ogy of the human' frame, and the lawl which gov
ern mental and bodily health, Ace., &c.
cry Arty poition sending 25 cents encloired in a
letter shall receive one copy by mail, or five copies
`Will be sent toi 11. Addiese; postage
G. IL ZIEBER Sc ('o:
MeV 26-47 ly) Philadelphia.
(0. This valuable wotk•contaitia (in dubdecimo
L . torn)) 177 pagto.
LATEST .ARRWAL Or
SPRING ANB SUMM 2L ER GOODS!
AT THE STORE in
SAIVIUEL MILLIKEN ;
PETERSBURG, PA. •
j_ AM now receiving an dhtire hew stock of SPRING .11.ArD SUMMER GOODS;
being by far the best assortment brought to this place. Among which will be
CLOTHS 4- CaSINETS, ..4fUSLINS 4- TICKINGS,
FLJINNELS 4- DRILLINGS, UMBRELLAS 4- PaRrISOLS;
LINENS 4 - CHECKS; cameos ef GINGH.I.MS.
Braid and Sirais Barnacle and Paltia Leaf:mid Fur hats ,
BOOTS AND SHOES
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEE.V.S'WARE, DRUGS, PAINTS,
OILS AND GLASSWARE.
With a large and fine variety of Goods of all kinds.
Please call and exatiiine my stock, as I am determined to sell my goods on
as reasonable terms as any one in Huntingdon county.
The highadt price. paid in CASH, for WHEAT, RYE, OATS CORN, FLOUR;
CLOVERSEED and FLAXSEED.
Butter; Eggs; Lard, Bacon, Sriap,Beess
Petersburg; Pa., May 19, 1847,
SONS OF TEMPERANCE.
A A General attendance of the mem
hers of " Standing Stone Division,"
is requested on Saturday evening next.
Business of importance will be present;
ed. [By order of the officers.]
-- - i~t
O'HE Ladies df Alexandria Will present to the I
I Division of the Bons of Tetnp.tunce located
in that borough, a copy of thb Holy Bibleon Thurs
day the 3d day of Juno next. The ceremony of
presentation will take place about I 1 o'clock, A. M.
of acid day. In addition to the addresses of those
who present and accept the Bible, there will be a
general address by a member of the order.
Brethren of din ,order, and the public at large are
respectfully invited to attend.
By the Committee of Arrangement.
Important to Stove Dealers.
911 IE attention of Stovo Dealers in this place is
I invited to our assortntont of Cooking, Parlor,
Hall and Office Stoves, and especially to
.11timod , h
.Empire hot 'fir
As tit: best emitting apparntus eirer invented, it har
ing obtained a celebrity, wherever it has been intro
dticed, never before attained by any Cooking Stove.
The operation of baking being performed in this
stove by hot Air, instead of heat radiated from the
oven plates, renders it equal for baking to a Brick
Oven, or to the Tin oven for roasting; making it
unnecessary to turn or change the article while
cooking, and removing all liability to burn. We
are desirotis td have the Stove introduced In this'
Market, and to that end, liberal terms will he giveri
to a responsible dealer, willing to take hold of them,
and only one will be permitted to sell them in the
GILBERT Sr ALLEN,
Wholesalel4ove Dealers 223 North Second street,
May 26.4711 Philadelphia..
A_ . . ,
LI; persona' interested are hereby notified, that
the undersigned, appointed an Auditor by the
CoUrt of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county,
to &ciao on exceptions filed to the trust account
of Jacob Shoenfelt, committee of the person and
estate of Johti 3 Ohoonfolt, a lunatic, w ill
• attend for
that purpOse,it his office, in the borough. of n ant
ingdon, on Wednisday, the 30th day of June nvit,
at 10 o'clOcit,in the.forenoon cf said Joy.
, J. SEWEL sTE WART, Auditor.
Pennsylvania, Huntingdon County, to wit:
NoTica•is hereby given to all interested
in the estate of James Entrekin,
E.g., deeedsed, at heirs, relatives, next of kin, de- 1
sines, legatees or executors, that in the Matter of
the'appeal Of William Entrekin, froM the Decree
of the Register of said county, admitting the Will
of the said James Entrekin, Esq., to Probate—at
issue, DEVIRAVIT TEL NON, has been directed by
the Registers' Court to the Celia of Common
Pleas of said county, wherein James Entrekin and
James Steel, Erq ' rs. are plaintiff's and William
Eritrekin is defendant; and that the said issue will
be tried before the Court of Common Pleas, and a
Jury of the acid canny, on the third Monday (tath
Jai') of August, MO, when and where all per
sons interested, may attend and make themselves
parties to the Frame:
mays-6t. JACOB MILLER, Register.
.11D.WNISTRA' TO R' S .NOTICE.
Estate of Hannah Ditztcorth, late of Jack
-8071 township, deceased. .
VOTICE is hereby given, that Letters of Ad
' \ ministration have been granted to the under
signed on the said estate. All eersoas indebted
tomtit] estate are iecjuested to Make iinmediiite pay
ment, and persons having claims will present them
duly aythenticated fur settlement.
apr27-6i] JAMES GILLAM, Admr.
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of t c l e i
e i v e b t
r b o y u
g t h h e
o u i n r u s n i
i n n e g d ,i on b be e - -
tween this time and the first day of June, far the
making of a close board finee (the ninteridls to be
furnished) on both lades of n public alley to be
opened from Smith to Charles, street, in said bo
rough. The said fence to he ve feet high, made
with good Locust poste, and good inch white pine
hearth; ; the whole fence to be, in length. about 200
rode. The materials to be all ready Wow, the let
Of Odder, Proposals may be for making the
fence in a single square, or for the whole.
More particular information may be had by ap
plication to the undersigned, any time before the
let day of June, on which day the work will be
let to the lowest and best I•idder or bidders.
may 1941. Assistant Burgesses,
T );TIERS of administration having
been granted to the subscribers
upon the estate of John Miller, late of
Cass township, deceased., allpersons
having claims against the said estate
arc hereby requested to present them,
without delay, properly authenticated,
for settlement; and all persons indebted
to the estate, are notified to make immo
May 19. 6t)
fax, Boards, Wool, 4-c., taken. in exchangii
PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE
rpHE unitOsig:ied will expose to sale oil the Pre
inideEi, on Tuesday,lsth day of Sunci
next, a first rate tract of 1 .IMESTONE LAND,
:sltinte in Tell township, Huntingdon county, ad
joining lands of John Gooshora, George bociehorii - ,
William Gooshorn and Nicholas Dooslierti, con
taining 161 Aores More or lets, ivitb alma
ono hundred and twenty-five acres cleared dieoob.
There are good improvements on the shove tract.
the fences being in good repair, and the cleared
land in a good state of cultivation. The State
road passes through the same, and other public
I roads; there are also upon the said tract first 116
j hill and saw mill seats, and several spring. of the
finest lime-atone water.
This sale affords a good Mminrtunity to tbose a..
siring to possess themselies of a fine farM to Sc.
The terms Of sale will be made known On the
day of mile tip the solisCriherel , ,
¶'HO. P. CAMPBELL;
Assignees of C. Coals:
ORPH.IN'S COURT MLR:
ILL be Seta, by oider of the Orphan'.
of Hunttrigdon county, on the
on Thureday, the . let day of Jul. 1847 1 as the
property of Mathew T. May, late of Milihn coun
ty, decd., the lot bf grnitna containing 11 SOis of
ground, more or lees, called the 'replant, in Bid , .
ree township, Huntingdon county, with a Dwell:-
ing House, Ton Yard, Stable and other improve
melds thereon erected, and adjoining lands of Witi
Oaks and Josiah Cupningbatn. „ •
Terms ef Stile—bac-half on confirmation Of ihe
sale; the other half in oho year thereafter, to IA;
secured by bond and mortgage of the Pnrchasei.
The pu• chase Money to terrain a lien on the pre•
Mince until the whole shall be pgill,
The sale to commence at 12 o' c lock, at 111
dwelling .house, when and where attendance
bguitien.by Joshua Morrison, giigidian of the mi.:
tior children of Mathew 'l'. May,.,aecil. By, ordee
Of the 0. C. JACOB 191/LLEIt, Clk.
JA6. P. PT ROT
PEROT ifr. HcirrnTarr
, Product) and General Cirtninissioit
No. 79, North Wharves, below Vine §t.,
I ARE prepared to rebei+e all kinds of
produce on ConSigninsent, on which
they will mike; liberal adifances, when required.—
They trust, with their knowledge of, and attention'
to business, they will reeetve a share of the patron=
age of Merchants, Millers, and others. They re.:
Platt, Hollingshead & Co., I
Lea, Bunker & Co., Philadelphia
P. & W. S. Perot,
Smith, Brothers & Co.,
T. C. Rockhill,
J. & J. Milliken,
Dr. J. B. Ard,
P. J. Hoffman,
Philadelphia, April 14. 1847-6 M
rpnt subStribbi, of the late firm Of
j_ Buck & Moore, takes this method
of infOrming his friends end the pub ic in general,
that he has Fought oat the interest of S. L. Buck,
at the old established CLOTHING STAND, No.
254, MAiturr STREET. PHILADELPHIA, sod is noW
prepared to tarnish all kinds of Ready-made
CLOTHING, at prices which cannot but secure
to him the pdtronage Of till Who desire to pfuchasc
cheap clothing. T have splendid s'rench Cloth
Drees and Frock Coats, from $5.50 to $18; do.
Pants front 75 cents to $6 ; Vests, from 62} cents
to $4 ; suit of summer clothing for $2.25. Also;
all kith's of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goode at ex
, tremel3i low prices.
holesale dealeri in Clothing *mid Jo wellto
raft iu the store of JOSEHH J. MOORE,
254 Market street, Philadelphia.
HAYDEN & COALE,
Flour, Produce and General Commission
No; 116, Smith's Wharf; BALTIMORE;
OFFER their services to the MOchants and Far:
Tilers of the htisquehanria and Juniata valliea
for the sale of Flour, Grain, and Produce generalli,
in the Baltimore Market, and f om their extensive
acquaintance among purchasers and shippers. can
safely warrant satisfactory sales.
GorrCapondents Will be kept constantly adt;ised
of the state ef the Markel.. acc.
Refer to Messrs. Wm. Wilson & Sons, l tip
!RUC Reynolds & Son, 1
Davidson & tkannUers,
Reynolds & Stniih,
and Messrs. Tingley, Cu!dwell & English, Phila
delphia. [may 19-2 m.
.3"eto Watches and .rezvelrg..
TUST received fforn Philadelphia a fine assort
s/ ment of GOLD AND BUNKE LEVERS,'
'LEPINE AND 41JARTIER WATCH ES.—
A leo, a speendid stock of well ',elected JEWEL.
EY. 0. Diamond pointed Gold pens. Gold p 0:
elle, etc. frnayb-lf] H. K. NEFF & ERN'
C. J. HOFFMAN