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Wen Days Later from Europe. t rwaargma PROM MEXICO.
ARRIVAL OE THE GUADALQUIVER. i 7 Scouting Party of Texans Killed--
Flour and Grain Markets, Prices still Trains Attacked-- Captain Butler's
Down—Harvests good—Cotton Mar- Dragoons—The 4dvance to San Luis
het Firm. probably 'Abandoned.
. Ricnororrn, Aug. 31,1847.
• „NEW Pont;:, Aug. 29, 1847. My budget of New Orleans papers has failed,
The new Steamship Guadalquiver, but I am indebted to Mr. Martin, the obliging
Capt. Hosken, arrived this morning from mail agent, for a sight of the Picayune and Delta
Liverpool, bringing dates to the after- of the 24th inst. They contain later dates from
noon of the 14th. the Brazos, received by arrivals there.
FLOUR AND GRAIN.— Liverpool, The Matamoros Flag of the 180
1 Gay a that in-
' lu g' relligence has been received, can fi rmed by letters
14.—The weather has been unfavorable, from Gerais°, that a scouting party of 27 Texans,
end a slight reaction has taken place in commanded by Capt. Baylor, had been attacked
the corn market, but prices again gave by a large body of Mexicans, and all but three of
way. the Texans killed.
For the last three days the weather sZhe.Fnlategntrtandeictcsath.teaisthateezentbeeef.Greenaderaail
has been fine, - and the harvesting, which the head J the troops. This paper gives gives details
has been partially suspended, has been of most brutal outrages having been committed by
recommenced with activity, with every near in tho uniform of American soldiers.
prospect of abundant crops. The large An officer of the Massachusetts regiment writes
amount of foreign grains received since froorniacsrtari: unde r date:sr
attacked, Augu st
Monday, and with a great pressure in tw o
pack mules ''
cut off from each, and for . that y an o othe
the money market, speculations has al- train which left on the 7th would, it was feared,
most ceased. be cut off, as possitive information had been receiv-
The quotations at the close of yester- ed that a force of three or four hundred were lying
day's market were Western Canal flour lin wait for it.
t d h i s e t h. t i rail ex . p d re o s i s i zam ,
2254 to 275.; sour 21s. to 225. Wheat
I haß e e: a . g :Zru,
has fallen 3d per 70 lbs., and Indian tat in ... , u
t and the escort scattere d.e r and
of the ea-
Corn, 2s. per quarter. Richmond aryl ' cart were still missing, and it was feared they were
Alexandria flour 245. to 255. 6d. Phil- killed. The next day a merchants' train of 46
.adelphia and Baltimore, 245, 6d. to 255. ; mules was attacked, the molt dispersed and the
The provision market remains as per , whole train captured.
The Flag of the llth says a train of 125 empty
Cambria. fer Camar° escorted b
COTTON MARKET.—The business of the M g p n u l t e i r e t e r:L erd p : Y ny of moron .: The wed
week lies been limited, but the prices were to he freighted at Carmatgo, and proceed from
; thence to Monterey. It was understood that these
Early in the week considerable un- , wagons were intended to make up the means of
easiness was caused by the faildres of , transportation for Gen. Taylor's intended march
upon San Luis. but the Flag of the 18th says that
the houses of Coventry, Shepperd & Co.,
, , order has . been received et irmargo from Gen.
King, Melville & Co., whose liabilities Taylor , directing the large train getting ready to
were half a million sterling. It is said halt there. It is therefore believed that the advance
there is scarcely a solvent flour house in has been abandoned. The display made try Capt.
London. 1 Butler's Dragoons previous to starting, was a
Of the 325 members returned to Par- ! splendid one, and attracted general admiration.
'lament, for the 186 cities and boroughs I RETURN OF PAREDES TO MEXICO.
and '2 universities of England, 138 are I -
Death of Col. Wilson.
conservatives, and 187 liberals.
By the arrival of the steamship Ala-
The Circassians are said to have cut
bama at New orleans, Vera Cruz dates 1
off the ears of a Russian General, whom
they had taken prisoner, and to have sent j to the 15th inst., have been received.—
them as a present to Count Woronzow, All was quiet there.
the. Russian commander-in-chief.
The most important news is the re-
A meeting was held in Dublin on Fri-
turn of Paredes to Mexico. At the last
day previous to the sailing of the steam-
accounts he was in Parras. He reached
er, at which the Lord Mayor presided, Vera Cruz on the 14th in the English
for the purpose of taking steps to raise Royal steamer Teviot, under an assumed
a monument to O'Connell, and a corn-
name. This steamer was telegraphed
inittee was appointed to make arrange-
at 6 o'clock p morning from the
ments —contributions are to be limited Castle. A rivote in the m
signal was hoisted
to xr,. from the steamer, known only to the
The cholera is raging in Russia among English merchants, intimating that a
the soldiers. distinguished personage was on board.
The liberty of the Press has been re-
Preparations were made for his reception
stored to Portugal.
by his friends, but all was kept still as
The King of Wurtetnburgh has made midnight. The steamer anchored, and
n journey to the Hague for the purpose
i the passenger, Don Masten°, from Ha
of dissuading the Prince of Orange from 1 vana, leaped into the first boat lying
his determined renunciation of the
alongside, was landed at the Mole, and
I went to his friends. Pepe Tamoru bor
ounces of o
Advices have been received from rowed fort
hat and coat, and with g
two ld, three horses,
Berne to the 4d inst. The executive
past the gate in thirty minutes, with a
government had transmitted to the diet
a communication respecting the warlike fast horse and a clear track.
preparations which are making in the The mail from the steamer in the mean
cantons forming the sonderbund. A
time came on shore, and among the let
committee of the diet had been appoint-
I tors were some to the Collector and oth
cd to consider the subject, but it is said ers from Mr. Campbell, our Consul at
!Havana, disclosing the fact that Gen.
had agreed on censuring the Catholic
cantons. The Times states that a pro. Paredes, the Ex-President of Mexico had
taken passage on board the steamer, and
position to make London the seat of a
conference on the affairs of Switzerland, directed them to look out for him. This
has been declined by the British govern-
information came an hour too late. The
bird had flown.
The Kaffir war is ended. We are deeply pained to learn the
_,A little boy in the canton of Genre.
death of Col. Wilson of the 12th Infan
ho ent at the ae
was seized by an eagle and carried up
Counts as was re
alesconvcent, but died last
soine 600 metres—whore some shepherd
evening of the 12th inst.
rescued him. _
Bederhan Bey again broken loose;
the Turkish fanatic has again broken
loose against the Sultan's troops, and
the Christian population or Mosul ; sev
eral battles have been fought and anoth
er great conflict was about taking place.
FATAL ACCIDENT.-A man named Wm.
Morgan, who resides at the head of
Plane No; 10, met with a most shocking
death on Saturday last, on the railroad,
near the Weigh Scales. It appears that
he was standing near a switch, the turn
out of which was filled with trucks,
when the lever of the brake of a coal
train caught him, and before he could
extricate himself he was drawn between
the cars and trucks and crushed in such
a shocking manner that he died in about
fifteen minutes after the accident. He
left a wife and six children. It is said
he was intoxicated at the time. This
makes the fifth fatal accident on the
Portage road this season.—Hollidays
A NOTHER.—Between 5 and 6 o'clock
yesterday morning, a set of Trucks con
taining the sections of the boat "Funk"
were started at the foot of Plane No. 10,
and after they had got fairly under head
way, the brakes became unmanageable,
and the train came down with lightning
like speed, demolishing in its way a
train of coal cars belonging to Mr. W.
Lhnston, and a couple of cars laden
w i t , tobacco, belonging to the Pennsyl
Tan i, sil Ohio Line. A man named
aridity, of Baltimore,: a pas
..„,senger on _ boat, who was attending
r to one of brakes, had one of his
hands seve mangled.—lb.
,„HON. NE I I , IDDLEBWORTH.—This gen
flame!) hap received the nomination for
Senator, in the Union district. He is
one of the old veterans of the Whig and
Anti-Masonic party of Pennsylvania,
and will be elected by a tremendous ma
jority. A better selection could not
Lave been made.
MR. BENTON AND MR. POLIC.—It is car
tain, says the Louisville Journal of the
17th inst., that Mr. Benton is preparing
himself for a terrific attack upon the
Administration next winter in the Sen
ate chamber. At a town in the interior
of Kentucky, a few days ago, he got
into a conversation upon the subject of
the Mexican war, and became immense
ly excited, perfectly infuriated. He
said that an opportunity had been pass
ed by of making an advantageous and
honorable peace, and, that he could show
the fact and would show it. As for the
whole management of the war, he aver
red that it had been utterly disgraceful.
He stated that he should go to Wash
ington and make one speech upon the
subject, only one, and, that it would be
the greatest speech of his life, and he
was willing that it should be the last.—
In speaking of the Administration, his
language barely, if at all, fell short of
downright cursing. His wrathful dec
lamation lasted a full hour.
A STRUBOLE FOR FREEDOAI.—The Mer
cer Luminary gives the following ac
count of a slave who recently passed
through that place on his way to Canada:
He was from Louisiana: and he has
been three months in performing his
pilgrimage journey with nothing but the
rive; for his guide, and in a land of en
emies, the greater part of the way,
ready to seize and return him to his
prison house of bondage. He is but 25
years of age, and this is the second at
tempt made to gain his freedom. The
first was made some years since, which
proved unsuccessful, as he was recap
tured and taken back ; when he was
put to work again on a cotton plantation,
with a heavy bar of iron attached to one
of his legs. This was worn by him for
years; when supposing the spirit of
manhood crushed in him, it was remo
ved. He still cherished in his bosom a
love of liberty, and when an opportunity
offered, resolved to make another des
perate effort to gratify it. In this he
has been successful,
Democracy and Corpo,
A HARD HlT.—The "Pfir- m -L . "-
Sun," in replying to the article .
Pennsylvanian declaring that the "Deh._
ocracy" are "opposed to all exclusive
grants and privileges of any kind," re
freshes the memory of that journal with
the following undeniable facts, which
we re-publish for the purpose of expos
ing the hypocritical pretenders who are
endeavoring to humbug the people.—
The truth is, and the records of our
State history will show it, that the Lo
cofocos are the friends and advocates of
these corporations, and created all that
now exist in the Commonwealth. For
years Locofocoism has been in the as
cendant in Pennsylvania, and all these
"exclusive grants" and "monopoly priv
ileges" which flood the State are the
exclusive offspring of that party.
The "Sun" rebuts the falsehoods of
the Pennsylvanian with the following
, "rho whole State of Pennsylvania is
now crammed with corporations, cover
ed by exclusive grants, and devoured by
privileges to monopolists!
Pennsylvania has always been gov
erned by Democrats. Even in Heister's
time and Ritner's time, there was a
Democratic Legislature. The power to
make laws has always been in the hands
of the Democratic party. If, then, the
Democrats are opposed to corporations,
how has it happened that the whole
State is flooded with these exclusive
grants and monopoly privileges!
W e will answer this testimony from
the record of history. The Democratic
party, instead of opposing, created them!
Every corporation now existing in this
State, will he found to have received
the votes of a Democratic Legislature—
if not signed by a Democratic Govern
An Annexation Humbug Exploded.
It will be recollected that the urgent
arguments used for an immediate and
unconstitutional annexation of Texas
wns that Great Britain and other foreign
nations were intriguing to obtain it ; and
that unless it was immediately annexed
to the U. States it would become a pos
session of England or some of the other
Governments of Europe, to be ruled by
a King !
President Tyler recently reiterated
this in a letter published in the Wash
ington Union, which has brought out
Gen. Houston in reply, who declares
'that there NEVER NN AS ANY FOR
EIGN ATTEMPT on the part of Eng
land or any other country to interfere
with Texas in any way whatever, and
that her annexation to the United States
was owing to the influence of General
Jackson's letters in favor of the project,
and to the fact of the Democratic party
seizing upon the question.
It will be recollected that the reasons
urged by Gen. Jackson were .hat Texas,
if not annexed to us, would fall into the
arms of Great Britain, who was anxious
to obtain it. Thus this great humbug
of Locofocoism, like its friendship for
the Tariff of 1842, has exploded at last,
Like gun well charged for duck or plover,
Bears wide and kick; its owner over:"
.1. V. MEauicx, Esq., President of the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company, has
addressed a letter to Messrs. Bakewell,
Avery, M'Candless and others, Commis
sioners of said Road, giving an outline
of the plan which the Managers of said
Company propose for the prosecdtion
and speedy completion of said Road.
They contemplate to divide the Road
into three grand sections. The first
from Harrisburgh to the Allegheny
Mountains ; second, the road crossing
the Mountains, and the third, from the
base of the Mountains to Pittsburgh.
The President states that the Company
have now ample funds for the comple
tion of the first division, and fifteen
miles of the Western division. More
than half of the Eastern division will be
under contract for construction this
year, and the remainder early next sum
mer. It is the intention, when this di
vision is completed, to connect it with
the State Portage Road, in order that a
continuous line may be available to the
Western base of the Mountains, until
the Western division is made, and time
allowed to make a permanent location
across the Allegheny without an inclin
ed plane, the practicability of which is
The President urges upon the people
of Pittsburg and Western Pennsylvania,
the policy of contributing liberally to
the construction of the Western divis
ion, so that it and the Eastern division
may be made simultaneously, thereby
securing, in a very brief period, a con
tinuous Railroad from Pittsburg to Phil
adelphia. The President states that to
effect this great object, a million of dol
lars is wanted from the Western coun
ties, and that, that million, (when rais
ed,) under the provisions of the ordi
nance, will draw another million front
the treasury of the city of Philadelphia;
and that these two millions will be ex
clusively devoted to the western divis
ion. The western counties can and
ought to subscribe a million of dollars
without delay. Let them try.
IT - Y - Hon. JAMES COOPER will address
a Mass Meeting of the Whigs of Union .
county on the 11th instant.
The York Gazette of last Week con
fined in its columns a letter written,
cithe editor, by "one of the purest
of w Et men and most distinguished
respects rnsylvania," in the course
letters, justrred the following passage
7,nr, printed in capital Estate of flbsalont Plowman,late of Bra.
dy township, deceased.
ery." I think it -Ty it:
ELUTION OF OV:
GLORIOUS MISSION horrid hutch- NTOTICE is hereby givetn:t
V Sof mid declaeraYseupnnavteheoeaesn granted to the under-
DIRECTION OF DI V IPI R T H J R - igned.—All persons indebted to said Estate are
?mous EX- iN me . u .
DENCE TO CIVILIZE AND", - n — v i ' requested to make payment immediately ; and all
TIANIZE, AND RAISE UP E.;,'" claims and demands against the same to be pro-
ANARCHY AND DEGREDATION seated , duly authentica
MOST IGNORANT, WICKED AND - - lANTHA PLOsettlemeVkn
UNHAPPY PEOPLE! It is the will
ted for t, t
of God that the afflictions of this people
shall be speedily terminated—the wick
ed to be cut off—the well-disposed to be
regenerated and protected."
Who made known to this writer the
Divine counsel 1 Who communicated
to him the " will of God 1" Have we
prophets in these days, is Saul among
them Are the other pleas for this
" horrid butchery" to be abandoned, and
are we now to take the ground that we
are commissioned agents to execute the
decrees of the Almighty, and by a bap
tism of fire, wounds, and death, to man•
ifest his gospel of peace on earth and
good will to man to "the ignorant, wick
ed, indolent, and unhappy" Mexicans 1
Is this Christianity, or is it not rather
the spirit of Mohammedanism which
propagated the religion of its false pro
: phet at the point of the scimetar.—York
Instead of being "one of the purest
, and best men and most distinguished
citizens of Pennsylvania," we should be
, lieve the writer of the letter to be a poor,
miserable, ranting scoundrel, abandoned
of God and despised by men, and who
serves the devil in the livery of heaven.
REASON FOR DEFEAT.—The Louisville
Democrat is confident that the Locos
would have carried three more Congress
ional districts "but for a want of votes
at the polls of these districts !" That
was the same stubborn and cruel cause
which defeated the expectations of his
friends in Pennsylvania and New York
last fall, and the bad luck has been per
versely clinging to them ever since.
The same cause will operate against
Mr. Shunk in six weeks or so from this
ANOTHER REVOLUTIOSARY HERO GONE!
—Died, in Big Beaver township, Pa., on
the 6th inst., Mr. Joseph S. Line, aged
88 years. The deceased entered the ar
my of the Revolution at the age of 17
years, served in the New Jersey line,
and was in most of the important battles
of the war. He was at Lexington, at
Bunker's Hill, at Brandywine and Ger
mantown, at Monmouth and taking of
the Hessians at Trenton; at the Cow
pens and the surrender of Cornwallis;
and was a prisoner with the British in
New York for fifteen months.
0 :7- The Whigs of Philadelphia have
nominated John Swift, Esq., for re-elec
tion to the office of Mayor.
M.o.—This distressing comp'aint proceeds
from a want of proper evacuation of the bow
els. The foul humors, iastead of boing thorough
ly expel ed from the body, are but r artially so; a
portion being loft no it were at the thresho'd, is the I
cause of that vexatious comp aint ea' led Piles; and
to frequent'y neglected anti it ripens into a more
horrid form of disease ca led Fistula.
Weimer's IND; AN VEG,ABLE FM., of the
"North American Colege of Health," are a true
and natural remedy for the above complaint, be- I
cause they effectual y c'eanse the hody from those
morbid humors which are not unly the came of
Piles. but of every malady incident to man.
ccjßeterare of sugar coated counterfeits..l - 1)
The only original and genuine Indian V, gm,
ble Pills have the signature of William Wright
written tenth a pen on the fop label of each b x.
None other is genuine and to countofeit this is
Forgery. The genuine for sale by
T. K.SIMONTON, sole Agent for Hunting
don; Charles Porter, Alexandria; Blair & Robin
son, Shade Gap; Blair & t • 0., Frankstown; Orbison
& Co., Orbisonia; A. 0. Brown, Shirleysborg;
Hunter & Cu., West Barre and Petersburg; Graff
& Co., Manor Hill; D. S. Bell, M'Elavy's Fort;
James Maguire, Saulshurg; John W. Myton, En
nesville; George H. Steiner, \Varier Street; A. &
W. Cresotvell, Petersburg; Milliken & Kessler,
Mill-creek; and wholesale and retail at the prin
cipal office, 169 Race street, Philadelphia.
Sep. 7, '47.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 4, 1847.
The late foreign news has had a de
pressing effect upon the Markets. In
Philadelphia Flour is quoted at $5 75,
and Wheat at $1 12. Rye and Corn,
Baltimore—Flour at $544, and Wheat
$1 08 a $1 11.
Fad alfilinary Goods
OWN' gitUitzE 6 anata.
Importers and Dealers in Silks, Ribbons
and ArilUnary Goods, .Vo. 45 South
Second Street, Philadelphia,
A RE now opening for the Fall Trade a very
ti rich assortment of Millenary Goode, a large
proportion of which are of their own importation.
viz :—Bonnet Silks, figured and plain.
Bonnet Satins, of all colors and qualties.
Fancy Bonnet and Cap Ribbons, a vcry band.
Silk Velvets, black and colored, of all qualities.
French and American Artificial Flowers.
Fancy Laces, Cap l..tuffs, Lace Trimmings.
Bennet Crown., Tips, Buckrains, Willows, &c.
They have also received by the late arrivals a
very beautiful assortment of Fancy Feathers, direct
from the manufacturers in Peri+.
Phila. rcpt. 7, '47.
To Those Interested.
WILL take notice that you who neglected to
'mule your accounts with the subacriber, ac•
cording to former notice, will be expected to settle
them shortly, JOHN N.PHOW
Huntingdon, Sept. 7,1547.-2 t
B 1 E 8.1 lb 11, 4• I ton. E.q., of the United States Navy DPI ailment,
h ":", , f sundry writs of Vend. Exp. in my Washington. It is an entirely new nrothod, grit g
Josep h „, r. , • "".„„”. Bella public solo at the house of a superior light; free from all netts. e.s
"" idollidayeburg, on 'fuesday the ! the fault of all other attempts, ant casting a light
' , eat at 2 o'clock, P.M., the scarcelyless brilliant titan the noonday pun.
All that certain tract v i z: Constitutin; this cotillion% will be found Mr. J.
town township, (now.)l
"' 1 situate in Funk.' ! Codwellader, who will ride his much admired
252 acres 97 perches; adjoinn. Th ly containing acts of the oßuseien Envoy," the Terrors of a
tate of Christian Gast, deed. on Os of the es- s or cerer of Siam," and the hee"tifel episode of the
ham Crumbecker on the west and noind, Abr.- ! "Sprite and his lost wing," on 2,3, end 4 beises
the Juniata river on the eolith. About et, end Madame Louisa Howard. the great ria.TivE r. ,
of which land are cleared; having thereon ernes mpzx coo ESTRIAN, whose admirable perermations,
a small frame dwelling house and a , aw mill. on atingle horse chatm and delight all who behold
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold osthe Z f , lostifying public opinion in awarding to her
property of Robert Elliot. arn crigli position she has so successfully held
Auto—Lot No. --, in the Town of Hollidays. ' • L a
,host of rival sties.
burg, (now) Blair county, fronting 60 feet on the w h ore i n h 7 Dan Rice, the r mirth provoking Don,'
north side of Walnut street and run ning hark 180 , nese and vuIi.EST and FUN. unstained by rude
feet; bounded on the west by Front street and on o f im him fur 1 -' , ',” 1,6 ihe rcacii
the east by the Methodist E. Church Lot---having Horace /we,
thereon erected a dwelling house one and o half ter .. the Prince of Ring Mao
stories high, with a basement story. and n att hie. I The Rivers' Family. w.
Seized, taken into execution, and to be sold as without m ad 1 0 t t e wolf union if talent, is
the property ofJeremiah Mufty. 1 the moat finished artist in his •rr Churl". Riv
ecution of scenes and ;amniotic glti n. F . °- ;;Z:
J N O. ARMITAGE, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Huntingdon., ick Rivers presents every kind of i e i„, act .
Aug. 30th, 1847 . , that can surprise by novelty, ,end :Master .7„h ar d
- 1 Rivers. (the r iniinitable,') will perform his ar• *ir
a single horse,. pertoemed before the (resider.
and Senators of the United States, and by all pres
ent declared the most perfect union of VI. UNDER
AND GRACE the world ever new.
Master 7. Neville, who hue acquired the rare
art of tiding, and executing the most difficult feats
backwards, on a single horse.
fife. Wm. Stout will ride his One classic acts, on
2, 3 and 4 horses, forming a pyramid afire per
sons, whom he will Lear above 11:s Irises at light
Signior Germani, the mighty Indian equestrian
will ride his incredible nicromanlic cures. intro
ducing, Les batons din (liable and his Coldest
Pelelons, &c., &c. He will also bring forward
his two wonderful dogs, whose feats are without
equal in the Arena.
Mr. W. Howard, the Spanish seetric rider, and
great representative of the Red Man of the ratter.
Mr. Chas les Faster, who rides a great dramatic
scene, and a Grand Military act. rotated
HONOR TO OUR HERM:
auditor's A °lice.
HE undersigned, auditor appointed
1 by the Court of Common Pleas of
Huntingdon county, to apportion and
distribute the proceeds of the Sheriff's
Sale of the Real Estate of Christian
Couts, of the borough of Huntingdon,
to and among those entitled to receive
the same, hereby gives notice, that he
will attend to the duties of his said ap
pointment on Friday the Ist day of Oc
tober next, at 10 o'clock 4. M., at the
Register's Office in said county, when
and where all persons interested are re
quested to attend and present their
claims. JOHN REED,
f K! DU/Ili!!
1 11 E at, bseriher respectfully announ
ces t his friends and the public
generally, that he continues to manufac
ture, in the borough of Petersburg, the
very best quality of BRICK, which he
will dispose of on the most reasonable
terms. All orders will be filled at the
shortest notice. Those wanting the ar
ticle for building, paving or any other
purpose, would do well to give me call.
Petersburg, Aug. 31, 1847.
SADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNK
01.1 X UF.IC TO BE:
DESPEG . I FULLY returns thanks 1.. his
It friends and the public for past favors, and
takes this opportunity to inform them that ho still
continues ut the old stand, one door east of Car
moat's Tavern, and nearly opposite the Post Of
fice, where he is at all times prepared to tnantifac
lure All kinds of Hamm, Sadd.Ce, Trunks, Mat
tresses, Sofas, Cushions. etc. etc., at the shortest
notice and most reasonable prices.
All kinds of hides and skins, and country pro
duce, for which the highest market prices will be
allowed, taken in exchange.
Huntingdon, Aug. 31, 1847.
Saddlery ! Saddlery !
Palo Alto Saddle Tree. $1 75
Mexican do do 31
Side Saddle, (best) do
Columbia Scoop ' do
Wagon Saddle do
At the Hardware Sloe of
F. G. FRANCISZ'.UB,
Lowistown, Mifflin co.
Roller Buckles, Flue Filed.
1,4,3,.. 600. per Gros.
I, 11, 65 do
1 25 do
With a full assortment of Mass, Silver and Sup
ported wrought iron H.S. Buckles at equally low
prices, at the Hardware Store of
F. G. FRANCISC US,
Lewistown, Mifflin co.
ood Humes! flood *games!
Fancy (jig Flames, (Jappaned) 50cts pr pair.
Coach do. do. 62 a 75 du.
Wood, (Japp'd) Brass plated, 100 do.
Do. Heavy Vermont pattern 100 do.
Ferrous and Pod Hooks (Japp'd) 374 per doz.
Direct from Maine and Vermont factories, wish a
full assortment of all kinds of saddlery Ware, Sad
dler's Tool, and all articles needed in Saddler bu
siness, at city prices as those who have purchased
in the city can testify ; At
F. G. FRANCISCUS'
Aug. 31, '47. Lewistown, Mifflin co.
. ...- ..........
is converted into fluid, and thus make impure
blood an utter impossibility. As there to no &bil
-1 gnn YARDS broad and narrow Lace, equal i ivi i m v o t h ere i v „,, mum or vi,,,.... attending
I CAA, in quality to any manufactured in the he operations of this moat excellent of medicines,
United State., of various qualities and widths— which never strains or tortures the digestive rune-
Broad 23,2 k Lace 25cts per yard. lions, but causes them to work in a perfectly mitur•
Seeming and Pasting 5 do. al manner; and hence persons taking them do not
Fringe, variety, 5 dor • become pale and emaciated, but the contrary ; for
Brass bonde, from 873cts to $1 26 while it is the property of the Sarsaparilla, unit, d
Do. Cape, 25els pi doz. as it ie with other ing it is equally the property of redients, to remove all that is
Axles, Carriage :rril spring.,
foreign and impure,
it 73 ; at F. G.I.T ng
ANCIS s, Steel C
US', the Wild Cherry to retain all that is natural es 4
Aug. 31, '47. Lewistown, Mifflin co. I sound; and hence a robust state of health is. il,
John Scott, jr.,
- certain result of their united operations..
AT'fORNEY AT LAW, Huntingdon, Pa.— I Price 25 re"' par 8 0 X.
Has removed his office to the middle room of AGENTS.—T. Reid & Sou. Fir nets sod .-11..
.Snare's How," directly oppo.ite FM. , & Wlllur. rice, Huntingdon; W. W. Sucher's:l, Milliken.
trills atore where he will attend with promptness and Reveler, Mill. 'reek ; S. Hatfield & ten. Juitt•
and fidelity to all business with which be may be eta Iron Work.; Porter Bucher, Moore t.
entrustedin Huntingdon-or thoadrining counties 1 3 ..W.1C C • Wal l er, Alex aridfic I', H Nifit4,
Huntingdon Sept. 23, 1 P45,.. wattrstrect. ' hug. 31, '4l.
Welch's A'ational Circus ! !
From the Olympian .4mphithcatre,
THIS splendid equestrian company
entirely of S'I I AR PERFORMEV, wilt ez
habit undo' their splendid Water Proof Pavilion,
commodiously furnished for the cornfottaLle rerep•
lion of 3000 person' , et
HUNTINGDON, Friday, Sep. 21, 1846--
AFTERNOON and EVE: , ING
.ddmission —25 cents.
Independent of Willie's celebrated Brass li,nd,
the company will be saluted; on their arrival, by
Mr. %/V Masco's String band, playing airs from the
most popular operas.
In the evening the pavilion ail he illuininakl
by the patent syl!ie pas, invented by 1.4. F. Coo.
Or All for our Country, in which by the sal of
correct costume, he will represent the Chief Pntri•
arch praying for his country, GEN ZACI TAY
LOR, at Monterey, Masts S•nre, a ynnkee volun
b er, Santa Anna the commander of Mesita,
eluding with the SOLDIER OF FREEDOM,
bearing the memorable resolve--..Gsa, Tser.on ,
a kvEtt SU IlllENDtiltd."
Mons. Derius, of the Cirque Glympique,' will
introduce the Arabian Dancing Mare,
whose beautiful dances far surpass anything of iLe
kind ever yet brought before the public, Also II
comic ponies, Romeo and Juliet. will. by c hi rr
comic domer scenes, leaps and chunterleaps, prove
their instinctive bent for drollery.
( . 0". Parents and guardians may with confident.,
bring their families. as under the watchful core of
the Proprietor, nothing approaching a shade of vul
garity can find its way through the choice represen
tation. of the Arena.
The alternoon and evening perturmaneesentire
French Burr nin Moues.
rpHE subscriber iespectfully infanta the trade,
end all concerned, that he still continues the
manufacture of French Burrs. of all sizes; war--
ranted equal in quality and workmanship to ally
that can be made in America. If desired he will
deliver Burrs at his own risk, at any point on the
Railroad or Canals.
All orders addressed to him by mail. will receive
the same prompt attention as if application were
made in person. AVM. H. KERNER.
Harrisburg, Aug. 28, 1817.-3 m.
ayl'he Hollidaysburg Register will inemt the
alcove three months, and charge this office.
1 00 to 1 20
The only known Medicine that at the sane
time purges, purifies and strengthens
TAIL LE ROY 'S Pills are a new medicine which
has just appeared, and is fast tak;tig the places
of all others of the same class. These pills ore
composed of many ingredients, but the two princi
pal ones are Sarsaparilla and Wild (.berry, on uni
ted that they Oct together; the one, through its
admixture with other substances, purifying and
purging, while the other is strengthening the ore.
tem. Thus those pills are at the HUM' time tonic
and opening; a desideratum long and eagerly
sought for by medical men, but never before ills
corered. In other words they do the wok of two
medicines, and do it much better than arty two wo
know of; for they remove nothing from the system
but the impurities ; so that while they purge they
strengthen; and hence they canoe no debilitation,
and are followed by no reaction. Dr. Le !gm's
pills have a wonderful influence it the Wood ; they
not only purify without weakening. it but theyre
move all noxious particles front the chyle helot': it
LONDON, Stify 7, 1846