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Later from Mexico..-Further Con
flicts between Parades andiltuste
BALTIMORE, July 4.
The New Orleans telegraph corres
pondent of the Charleston Courier, en
der "the date of July 29th, says that by
an arrival there they have accounts from
the city of Mexico to the 18th. Further
hostile operations had taken place be
tween the insurgent forces tinder Para
des. and the troops of Bustemente.
Both armies were suffering from a want
of provisions. The conduct of Buste
mente was causing great dissatisfaction
to the government. _ _
Gen. Smith and the remainder of the
Army were expected to sail from
Vera Cruz on the 19th ult.
The barque Liberia Packet arrived
here to-day in 26 days from the coast of
Africa. No papers received.
Terrible and destructive Tornado.
The Bangor Whig of Saturday contains the
following account of a destructive tornado which
passed over the towns of Ripley, Dexter and
Garland, in Maine :
"A destructive tornado commenced
in Ripley on Thursday last. It com
menced its destruction on a space about
ten rods wide, which kept increasing to
the width of half a mile and nearly fif
teen miles long, passing through Dexter
and into Garland.
We have only a partial and imperfect
account, from which we judge that the
tornado must have been one of awful
granduer and power. Fifteen houses
were completely demolished in the town
of Ripley. A school house with the
scholars assembled, was lifted and turn
ed around. A large barn and other
buildings in Dexter, were destroyed and
scattered out of sight. A large rock
was rolled over. Great hemlock and
and other trees were twisted oft and
whirled with fearful force high into the
air. Crops, fences, stone walls and ev
ery thing in its course were swept to in
stant destruction. It was accompanied
by a loud and startling roar.
An observer from half a mile distance
says that the appearance as it passed
along, was like the smoke of a huge
steamboat chimney, in wild and furious
motion. No lives are known to be lost,
although at least one person, we heard,
A Paris letter writer, describing the
scenes of the recent insurrection, says,
that those who suffered most in agony
of mind and risk of body, were the un
fortunate peaceful inhabitants of the
districts garrisoned by the insurgents.
On Sunday evening, as the fight drew
to a close by the storming of the sever
al positions of the revolters, and those
in the Quarter du Temple, the peaceful
Inhabitants fled from their habitations,
with wives and children, into the corn
fields and gardens of the country around.
Not a door was opened to receive them,
for at that dreadful moment, it was im
possible to distinguish friend from foe.
They laid - them down, but not to rest,
for soon afterwards the defeated insur
gents were driven pelt mell amongst
them, and the infuriated troops who fol
lowed, fell upon all indiscriminately,
until night put an end to the slaughter.
Many an innocent victim was thus una
voidably sacrificed—not by the troops
or National Guards but by the Garde
Mobile, whose yout h want of discip
-line rendered it impossible to control
Deserters from the Arm)'.
A writer in the New Orleans Delta
states thnt since the commencement of
the war there were at least one thou
sand desertions from the American to
the Mexican Army; that numbers of
them were recognized at Queretaro by
their old comrades ; and that they have
been the mainstay of the Mexican Gov
ernment in repressing manifestations of
mutiny and disaffection by the Mexi
cans against the administration of Pena
JAMES JOIINSTOS or WESTMORIMAND.-This
gentleman, (says the Pittsburg American,) for
several years editor of the leading locofoco pa
per in Westmoreland, from which he retired to
join with his brothers, who had volunteered for
the service in Mexico, publishes a letter we
have not room for this week, in which he re
nounces all connection in future with that party,
having become satisfied of its corruption, false
hood and humbuggery. He expresses in the
warmest terms his confidence in Gen. Tsvroa
and his intention to give him his support for the
Presidency. This is the way the volunteers are
A wag, having made a dispute with
a man who kept a sausage shop, and
owing hint a grudge, ran into his shop
one day as he was serving several good
customers, with an immense dead cat,
which he quickly deposited on the coun
ter, saying : This makes nineteen ;as
you are busy now, we'll settle another
time;" and he was off, in a twinkling.
The customers aghast, soon followed
him, leaving their sausages behind.
FEARFUL RENCONTRE.—Two of
ficers of the Kentucky regiment, just
arrived at Louisville from Mexico, met
at the Exchange Hotel and had some al.
tercation. One of them R. W. Morri.
son, threatened to shoot Lieut. Shackle
ford, and rushed upon him; when the
latter drew a pistol and shot Morrison
through the lungs. Morrison snapped
a revolver several times, but the caps
only exploded. A scuffle ensued, when
the wounded man fainted. The injury
is said to be mortal.
LATE FROM OREGON.
Defeat of the Indians by the Oregon Reg
iment—accidental Death of Colonel
Wanted—Scarcity of Provisions and
ST. Louts, August S.
Ten men have arrived here from St.
Josephs and Oregon, having been 87
days on the road.—They bring intelli
gence of a battle having occurred on the
10th of March between the Indians and
the Oregon Regiment, when the former
were defeated with a loss of 50 killed
and as many wounded. On the Ameri
can side nine were killed and ten woun
ded. The pursuit of the flying hostiles,
after being kept up far some distance,
was abandoned for want of provisions
and ammunition. The regiment has so
far been successful in defending the
territory, but are greatly hindered by the
scanty supply of provisions and ammu
nition, and an insufficient number of
Colonel Gillian, the commanding offi
cer of the regiment, was accidentally
killed after the battle by the discharge
of a rifle.
Propositions for a treaty of peace have
been entertained by the Indians, but they
had come to no settlement.
The government has made a requisi
tion for three more companies of dra
goons to act against the Indians, and re
inforcements from the States are anx
The Mormon settlement at Salt Lake
is in a very flourishing condition.
The party arrived at St. Josephs re
port having met a large party of emi
grants at Secret Water, and that Colonel
Garland and Major Brant had arrived at
Thirty-two Indians were killed in the
engagement betwen Lieut. Rynll's corn
mand,and the Camanches on the Ist of
One of the trophies of the War.
The soldiers of the Duquesne Greys,
brought home with them a young Mex
ican girl. She had distinguished her
self by her unceasing devotion to the
sick and wounded among our men ; and
had she been left behind, she would
have been cruelly treated, perhaps mur
dered, by her countrymen for her hu
manity to our people. It was thought
adviseable to bring her home with them.
They all appear very much attached to
her; she is treated with the utmost re
spect, and we donbt not a home will be
provided for her by her brave friends,
We are informed that she is about 17
years of age.
The Democratic Whig voters of Huntingdon
col lo)! are requested to meet in their respective
.Boroughs, at the usual places of
holding their Delegate Elections,
On Sari/any the 124 day of August,
to elect two delegates from each of mid town
ships and boroughs to rep resent them in a Coun
ty. Convention to be held in the borough of linn ,
On Wednesday she 16th day of August,
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, to put in — no Min a,
Lion a Democratic Whig COUNTY TICKET,
appoint Congressional Conferees to represent
Huntingdon county in the Conference to put in
nomination a Whig candidate for Congress, and
do such other things as the good of the cause
By order of the County Committe,
A. W. BENEDICT, Chairman.
TAYLOR AND FILLMORE.
" 1 1 fr- fr
" • ••
" A Little More Grape."
The friends of TAYLOR, FILLMORE, MID
DLESWARTH, and pure government, in Hun
tingdon County, are requested to assemble in
County Meeting in Huntingdon, on WEDNES
DAY EVENING, the 16th day of August next,
for the purpose of making arrangements to roll
up such a majority in October and November
for the above named candidates, as will justly
entitle old Huntingdon to be put down as the
banner county of the State. COME ONE,
By order of the County Committee,
A. W. BF.NEDICT, Chairman
July 18, 1818.
CIIILLS AND FEVER.--iVright's Incline Vege
table Pills are one of the best, if not the very
best medicine in the world, for the cure of in
termittent fever, because they excel all others
in ridding the body of those morbid humors
which are the cause, not only of all kinds of
fever, but of every malady incident to man.—
Four or five of said Indian Vegetable Pills, ta
ken every night on going to bed, will in a short
tune make a perfect cure of the most obstinate
case of chills and fever; at the same time the
digestive organs will be restored to a healthy
tone, and the blood so completely purified that
fever and ague, or disease in any form, will be
01-Betuare of suga r coaled counterfeits...a)
The only orsginal and genuine Indian Vtge
table Pills have the signature of William
Wright written with a pen on the top label of
each box. None other is 4•enuine and to coun
terfeit this is Forgery. the genuine for sale
T. K.SIMONTON, Sole Agent for Hunting
don; Charles Porter, Alexandria; Blair & Robin.
iion,Shade Gap; Blair& Co., Frankatown; Orbi
son 8c Co., Orbiaonia; A. 0. Brown, Shirley.
burg; Hunter & Cu., West Barre and Petersburg;
Graff & Co., Manor Hill; D.S. Bell, M'Elavy's
Fort; James Maguire, Saulsburg; John W. My.
ton Ennesville; George H. Steiner,Waier Street;
A. & W. Cresswell, Petersburg;. Milliken &
Kessler, Mill-creek; and wholesale and retail at
the principal office, 11;9 Raco stroet,Philadelphist
POOBBT BOOS Los*.
T 019 T, by the subecriher, on Monday 31st of
1.4 August last, in Huntingdon borough, or on
the road between that place and Manor Hill, a
large POCKET Book. Well worn, containing thir
ty dollars in Bonk Note., some silver change, and
a Promissory Note for over two hundred dollars,
with a credit on the back for one hundred dollars.
A reward of FIVE DOLLARS, will be paid any
person leaving raid Pocket Doak with the contents
above described, either with the subscriber, reai•
ding near Manor Hill, Huntingdon county, or
the editor of this paper.
Aug. 8,1849. • ' . _
JAMES SAXTON having closed his old books,
lair March a year, is dosirous of having his
accounts previous to that date settled. All ac
counts and Notes not satisfactorily arranged be
fore the Ist day of September next, will be left
in the hands of a proper officer for collection.
Huntingdon, August 8, 1848.
A TRACT OF LAND FOR SALE.
The subscriber offers for sale a tract of land
situate on Stone Creek, West township, Hunting
don county, near ('ouch's Mill and adjoining land
of Robert Wilson, Francis Jackson, Chas, Green
and others, containing 103 acres mostly bottom
land, well timbered and oiliest rate quality. The
improvements consist of about 12 acres cleared,
with a cabin house and log stable. There is a
first rate spring near the house. Tema will be
made known at the residence of the subsriber re
siding on the Warm Fpringe Road 3 miles from
Augt. 1. 1848.
Fisher A' alealterfrie
Having closed their old books on the Ist day of
April last, are desirous of having their accounts
previous to that date settled. All accounts end
notes not satisfactorily arrranged before the Ist
day of October next, will be left in the hands of
a proper officer for collection.
Huntingdon, July 18, 1848.
Another Candidate in the rield 1
1 fNO. N. PItOWELL would respectfully in
form those persons Lidebted tb him that their
accounts must be settled before the twentieth day
of August next. All kinds of grain taken in
payment of accounts xt its cash value.
Huntingdon. July 25, 1848.
\X THERE ‘B, by precept to me directed, do-
V ted at Huntingdon, the 2211 day of April,
1848, under the hands and seals of the Hon.
Abraham 8. Wl'eon, President of the Court of
Common Pleas, Oyer and Terminer and general
jail delivery of the 20th judicial district of Penn
sylvania, composed of the counties of Hunting
don, Mifflin and Union,. and the Hons. lames
Owin and John Stewart, his associates, judges of
the county of Huntingdon, justices assigned, ap
pointed to hear, try, and determine all and every
indictments and preeentments '
made or taken for
or concerning all crimes,which by the laws of the
Commonwealth are made capital or felonies of
death and other oflencee, crimes end mistiemeaaora,
which have been, or shall be committed or perpe
trated within said county, or all persona who are
or ,hall hereafter be committed or perpetrated, for
crimes aforesaid, I am commanded to make proc
lamation throughout my whole bailiwick, that a
Court of Oyer and Terminer, Quarter Sessions
and Common Pleas, will be held at the Court
House, iu the borough of Huntingdon, on the Ist
Monday (and 14th day) of August, 1848, and
those who will prosecute the said prisoners, be
then and there to prosecute them as it shall he
just, and that all justices of the peace, corone• ,
and constables within the said county, be then
and there in their proper rersons, at 10 o'clock
A. M. of said day, with their records, inquisitions,
examinations and remembrances, to do those
things which to their officeereepectively appertain.
Dated at Huntingdon, the 22d day of April
in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hun
dred and forty-eeven, and the 72d year of Ameri
MATTilEffe CROWNOVER, Sheriff.
Sara] FF ' S Orme, Hun- t
tingdon, ,duly 25, 1848. j
H J E tt( ll l g E e s A o B f t b IL P C " :11 e ll p rIlo t n o sas me hoTttildebeYo t he
ty of Huntingdon. bearing test the 22d day of
April, A. D. 1848, 1 am commanded to make
public proclamation throughout my whole baili
wick that a Court of Common Pleas, will be held
at the Court House in the borough of Huntingdon
in the county of Huntingdon, on the 2d Monday
(and 21st day) of August, A. D. 1848, for the
trial of all issues in said court, which remain un
determined before the said judges, when and
where all jurors, witnesses and suitors, in the
trial of all said issues are required.
Dated at Huntingdon, the 22(1 day of April,
A.D. 1848, and the 72d year of American inde
MATTHEW CR 0 WNOVER, Sheriff.
Bosom's OFFICE. • t
Huntingdon, July 25, 1848. c"
NOTICE is hereby given to the Public that my
wife, PRUDONCE SHAFFER, has left my
bed and beard without my knowledge or consent,
or any just cause, and taken up with another man.
I then fore caution all persona against trusting her
on my account, as I am determined to pay no
debts of her contracting.
JOHN G. SHAFFER.
Dublin township, Hunt. co., July 15, 1848.
Croinelian & Brother,
No. 11, Walnut Street, Philadelphia,
Wine, Liquor and General Comm . iss . ion
WINE'S, Brandies, Gin, and Champaign° of
different brands imported direct, and sold on
accommodating terms to Country Dealers. Qual-
ities and proof of Liquors wrrrented.
Philadelphia, June 20, 1848.
I. it an optical delusion or a Brilliant reality that
dazzles Ladies and Gentlemen as they pass JAS.
T. SCOTT'S Jewelry Store
THE MYSTERY SOLVED !
SCOTT, on his late visit to the east, drew ma
ny of the splendid prizes in the Grand Jewelry
Lottery,.and being extremely lucky, he is deter
mined to be extremely liberal. His store is filled
with the richest and rarest specimens of art from
the work shops of the east. He has the largest,
the cheapost,and the best assortment of CLOCKS
and GOLD and SILVER WATCHES, of al
most every description, ever brought to Hunting
don. Also, Gold and Silver Fob Chains, Gold
and Silver Pins and Pencils ; brilliant Rings and
Breast Pins ; Bracelets, Boquet holders ; Silver
Spoon, Mustard do., silver and common Specks,
Rodger's Pen Knives, Roussell'e unequalled Soaps,
Perfumes, Liquid Hair Dye, Lip Salve, Shaving
Cream, &c., besides a vast variety of other articles
both for ornament and use, fill his cases. He Vas
bought low and is settled in his determination to
sell low. Give him a cell.
Huntingdon, May 16, 1848.
House, in the borough of Huntingdon, on Mon
day the 19th day of August next, at 10 o'clock,
A. M. at Public Vendue or outcry, the folovving
described Real Estate, viz :
A Lot of Ground situate in the town
of Saulsburg, in Barree township, in the
county of Huntingdon, adjoining lots of
John hlcerum, William Hirst, Esq. and
others, having thereon erected a log
dwelling house.—also, A tract of land
situttte In Barree township aforesaid, con
taining 13 acres more or less, adjoining
lands of Peter Livingston, James Stew-
art and others.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of Charles Cowden
A certain tract of land situate in the
township of Barree, Huntingdon county,
near the waters of Stone Creek, contain
ing about 90 acres, more or lees, ad
joining lands of Israel Wade, Edward
Cox, Joseph Gibbony and David Peigh
tal,—having thereon erected a two story
frame house, a small log house, a good
blacksmith's shop, a cabin barn.—Also
about 40 acres of land adjoining lands
of John Smith, Charles Green, James
Logan and Samuel Steel—on both tracts
about 50 acres cleared.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of Robert Logan,
A certain tract of land situate in Tell
township, in the county of Huntingdon,
containing about 14 acres, adjoining
lands of Samuel Wiggins, on the east,
William Wilson and Alexander Scott—
having thereon erected a two story house
new log barn-11 acres of which are
cleared. Also, a lot of ground in said
township, containing a bout 2 acres, ad
joining lands of Samuel v‘ iggins on the
west, and Gideon Sharrer on the east,
having thereon erected a two story log
house and log stable.
Seized, taken in execution and to be
sold as the property of Jacob Leedy.
All that tract, piece or parcel of land,
situate in the township of Hopewell, in
the county of Huntingdon, containing
161 acres, about 100 of which are clear
ed and cultivated—said land adjoins
Jacob Russell, James Entriken, John A.
Weaver and Tussoy's mountain and oth
apple orchards, one frame house,
one saw-mill, a log bank barn, a black
smiths shop &c. thereon.
Seized, taken in execution and to be
sold as the property of John B. Weaver.
.1 L SO.
All that certain lot of ground lying on
the south side of the Public Road in the
town of Saulaburg, Ranee - township,
Huntingdon county, fronting 60 feet on
said road and running back 120 feet,
adjoining a lot of John Harper on the
west, and John Gibbony on the east,
having thereon erected a small log
. . .
Seized, taken in execution and to be
sold as the property of Hugh Parker
and George Johnson._
A certain tract of land situate in
Springfield township, Huntingdon coun
ty, containing 50 acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of William Ramsey on
the east, Robert Madden on tho north
and William Johns, having thereon erec
ted, a small log house--a part of the
land is cleared.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of Robert Ramsey.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, Huntingdon, e
July 20, 1848. S
Last Notice, Positive.
ALL persons having unpaid accounts, notes or
due bills, aro informed that unless paid pre
cious to August Ist 1848, wilt find their accounts
in the hands of a legal agent for collection.
JONES & 6IMONTON
July 18, 1848.
AT STAFFORD MILLS,
6 miles above Havre de Grace,
Will at all times purchase Wheat at a price
within TWO CENTS of Philadelphia Market.
cCy. Owners and Boatmen are invited to cell.
Platter may be had at the Mill.
april 25, 1848.
Hams, Shoulders & Flitch,
TUST received from Pittsburg, several
hogsheads of Hams, Shoulders and
Flitch, and for sale by J. & W. Saxton.
GREAT REDUCTION !
C 001 ) th irty hour brass ICLO CKS can be had
at Scott'. cheap Jewelry Store for $3 50, and
eight day brass clocks for $6 50. None sold that
cannot be warranted. Also, Common Watch
Glasses fur 18i Me. Patents 25 cents, and Bru
nette 37 1-2 cents. A like reduction in all other
FINE Jersey cured Hams, Fresh Shad,
Herring & Mackerel, just landed,
and for sale at
FISHER, McMURTRIE & Co's._
25 Webs assorted Prints just arrived and for
saleby J. & W. SAXTON.
ttu t,?!..11,js w ARE, &U.
GECT. GWIN invites house-keepers to
call at his store and examine his
large assortment of Queensivare and
ADDITIONAL ATTRACTION 1
CHEAP PUBLICATIONS !
A great variety of the latest—meet interesting
and thrilling works of fiction Lave just been re-
ceived at the
"HUNTINGDON JEWELRY STORE,"
whieh will he cold at Philadelphia price.. No ad.
vsnce asked in. mental breadatulca !
WE undersigned Auditor appointed by the 1
TCourt of Common Pleas Of Huntingdon
county, to appropriate the moneys in the bends
of tho Sheriff arising from the sale of the real es
tate of Charles Carson, hereby gives notice to all
person. interested that he will attend, for that pur
pose, et hie office, In Huntingdon, on Thursday
the 3d day of August next, et 10 o'clocb., A. M.
July li, 1848. Auditor.
DR. H. riroltTorf,
Tif)S'''U'Llqi:P . 0
Newton Hamilton, Mifflin comity, Pa.;
Ai ILL visit Huntingdon stated
v v ly on the 15th of June, Sep. l .
tember, December and March, and "I• •
remain two weeks at each visit. C ,-- Rooms at
Mrs. Hampson's Hotel.
june 20, ly.
he ANGLO-SAXONS have comeagain in the
way of READY-MADE CLOTHING, and
can afford to sell 10 per cent. lower than ever.
The stdck consists of Coats, Pants, Vests and
Monkey Jackets, of all sorts, colours and shades.
June 27, 1818,
TilE undersigned, Auditor appointed by the
Court of Common Pleas of iihntingdon
county,to appropriate the motleys in the hands of
the Sheriff arising from the sale of the real ea
otate of Michael Baker, hereby gives hblicr In all
persons interested, that he *ill attend, Int that
purpose, at his office, in Huntingdon, on Thurs.
day the 3d day of August next, at 10 o'clock,
A.M. CEO. TAYLOR, Auditor.
July 11, 1848.
For the Ladies,
A large and beautiful assortment of
Ladies Dress Gaiters, and Kid and
Morocco Shoes, at the store of
J. 4. V. Saxton.
Ladies' Dress Gaiters and shoes,
Abeautiful assortment for sale at the
. new store of DottsEY & MAGuitE.
Also, a good assortment of Obildren's
tine and coarse shoes,
J r few more hogsheads of that unrival.
A led fip Molasses, which has created
so much excitement, now ready to be
sold in quantities to suit purchasers, at
the 1, GR.II.IIrD B.9Z.dR" of Fisher,
McMurtrie & Co., where in fact every
thing may be found cheaper than any
place else ; not to say anything about
their really fine
4 A' 6 Cl. Sugar.
Hats, lints, Hats.
ONE case more of Ashton's beautiful
mole-skin Hats, which no gentleman
should be without, just received, and
for sale at FISHER, McMURTRIE
CO'S. Also, a supply of Cerro Gordo
end Buena Vista Hats of the best goal
ity, and very cheap.
I,fresh supply of Mackerel just arrit•ed and
. for sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
• NEW GOODS
EORGE GWIN, in addition to his large
t_T stock on hand, has just received a general
variety of new goods, which he is selling at his
ormer low rates. .[July 1.
rinE undersigned, Auditor appointed by the
I. Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon
county, to appropriate the moneys in the hands of
the Sheriff arising from the sale of the real estate
of Joseph Kyler, hereby gives notice to all per
sons interested, that he will attend, for that pur
pose, r t his office, in Huntingdon, on Friday the
4t day of lugust next, at Cr o'clock, A. M.
CEO. TAYLOR, Auditor.
July f 1,1848.
.L.IST .1 RRI nil. !
SPRING & SUMMER
the Store of
Al the old Stand, in Market Square, Hunting.
The public are informed that I have received
an entire new stock of
Spring & Summer Goode,
being by far the best nesortment ever brought to
this place, among which will be found Cloths of
all kinds, Cassinets, Kentucky Joans,Gambroons,
French, Belgium and Fancy Cassimeres,Croton,
Oregon and Tweed Cloth, Vestings,Flannelsand
Drillings, and a variety of Cotton Goode for Sum
mer wear. French and Irish Linens and Checks,
Bed Ticking, Musline and Sheeting., Umbrellas
and Parasols. A large assortment of Calicoes of
the newest styles, at low prices.
Bearden, French, Scotch and Domestic Ging
hams and Balzorineo, Diapers, Table Clothe, Cot
ton Fringe, Mouslin do 'lines, French Lawns
and Scarfs, Shawls and Handkerchiefs, Black and
Fancy Alpaca., Merinoes. Silk Gloves, Mitts,
Ladies Caps,ltibbons, Hosiery, Sec., &c.
Also, a very excellent assortment of Hats,
READY-MADE CLOTHING ,
Leghorn and Straw Bonnets, Palm Leaf
Hats, Boots and Shoes.
GROCERIES, HJI RPW4RE, aND-
Q UEERSivaRE, PaIJVTS, c Lass.
WARE, FISH, S.4LT, kc., &c., with a
fine variety of Goods of all kinds.
Tho above stock of goods having been selected
with great care, and purchased at reduced prices
for Cash, in the city of Philadelphia, I ant enabled
and hope that all will examine my Mork before
purchasing elsewhere, as I am determined to sell
es tow de any ono in Pennsylvania, Please call
and eke my goods, as it affords me pleasure at all
times to show them.
Wheat, Itye, Oats, Corn, Flour, Chiverseed &
Flaxseed, Batter, ggs, terd,Bacon, Soap, Bees
wax, &c., taken in exchange for Goods.
ap25411 GEORGE GWIN.
" LITTLE MORE GRAPE."
Gen. Taylor Gold and Silver Levers.
K. NEFF & BROTHER have just
ceived by despatch from the east, a large
and splendid assortment of Gold and Silver Le
vels, Lupine, and common watcher, which they
will sell lower than ever heretofore.
P. S. 9 o'clock A. Old Zack Levers"
all gone but two. Call soon.
Chill Fever, Dumb ACue:lntei
-mitient & Remittent Fevers & .
all the various forms of
by,o7 C U R. E D
This at collent compound I. for sale by the pit4r
Agent T. READ & SON.
_ _ _
Price $1 50 per bottle.
0' What is the matter with me, Doc
tor? Whet the teuse of Ole sallow complexion,
jaundiced eye, depression of spirits, pain in the
side and shoulder, weariness of body, bitter taste
in the mouth Such is the enquiry, and
symptoms of many n eufl'erer! It is the liver
which is diseased, nod the eliologogue is the rein
, edy always successful in curing it. Try it, and
judge for yourself. For sale by T. Read et Eon,
agent for the proprietor.
lii* Better die than live, if T On to he
tortuied from day to day with this horrible Ague,
exclaims the poor sufferer whose life hos become i
burden from the rocking paroxysms of or. inter
mittent, and wheat confidence in human aid is de
stroyed by the fai ure of remedies to produce the
prothised relief. Such has been the Attrition of
thousands Who are how rejoicing in all the bless
ings tit health froth the use of Dr. Osgood's India
tholegogtfe. In no instance does it fail of effei•t
ing a epeetly afiti pertifenefit atm For isle the
pro, rietor's agent, 'P. READ ON.
How few who think aright among the thinking
few, - ---- - -
How ninny never think, but only think It'd
- y The sentiment implied lit ihe
above exclamation is on no subjett more fully mi.:
emp'efied than on that of health. But few give
it a single thought, and fewer still reflect upon it
with the observation and good sense which mat
ters of minor consequence receive. As cheer na
tion teacher the fact that Dr. Osgood's India Chol
agogue la a ccver fai lug icincily in Fever and
A gue, pod entree would slimly indicate iii prompt
and lintnediato use. To be found at
T. READ & SON'S,
agent for the proprietor:
jnfte 27, 184!.
JULIA PARICIgSON . of fluntiiindop desire:
to say that she has used the "Ind'ia choTpgogtie'
for Ague and Liver complaint with enfttn sac
cess. She therefore recommends it to all sith
Washington Gallery of Dagnerrotypes,
No. 2al North Satond Street, corner of
Calla whill 14triet,
THE Likeness es taken and beautifUlly colored
at this well know!: establishment, fur Oar. nem-
LIR, are tmiversally eonceded to be rox.u. in ei
ery respect to ANY in the city. Pictures taken
eltrally Well in' clothly and clear weather. A
large assorttnetit of MEDALLIONS and LOCKETS
011 hot 1, froth' p to $5, including the picture./
The stitscribeis respectfully invite the citizen's
of Huntingdon County, to call and eitunine spe
cimens of the latest improvements in the art de
Daguerreotyping, which will bo exhibited cheer
fully and witheht char ge.
'l'. &. J. C. tEMiIENT.
July; 4 1848.
COLEMAN'S CHEAP curLiEnv
No.. 32 and 33 Ar - co r- 4, - ifn — d - 8 . 3 North Third St.,
COUNTRY MCFCIIIIIIto can save from 10 to 15
per cent by purchasing al the above atoms
By importing my own goods, pn,Ting but intm
rent, and living economically, if fa plain I can un
dersell those WO' parches their goods here, pay
high rents, and live like princes. . . _
Constantly on hand, a large assortment of Pen
and Pocket Knives, Scissors and kezors. '1%1616
Knives and Forks, in Ivory, Sing, Buffalo, Bone
and Wood handles; Carvers and Forks, Steels,
&c. Butcher Knives, Diike, Bowie Knives, Re
volving and Plain Pistols, ike. Just received, a
large stock of Rod re and Woetenholaie fins
Pen and Congress hives.
Also, a largo assortment of Aceordeons, dm,
&c. Also, Fine English Twist and German
Guns. JOHN M. COLEMAN.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persona con
cerned, that the following nnmed persons have
settled their accounts in the Register's office, at
Huntingdon, and that the said accounts will be
presented fur confirmation and allowance at en
Orphan's Court to be held nt Huntingdon, in and'
for the county of Huntingdon, on Wednesdny the
16th day of August next, to wit :
1. Ilenibiren Lens, adfninisfrafor Mdry Bar
ton, Into of the but ough of Phirleysburg,
2. Jol.n P. Goeble, administrator of Jacob'
Brenneman, late of Cnss township, deed.
3. John Campbell, acting administrator of Ro-
bert Wray, late of Henderson township, deed.
4. William Newell, one of the Executors of
Andrew Newell, late of West township, deed.
5. Henry Houpt, sole Executor of Philip Km , .
man, late of Hopewell township, deceased.
8. Samuel Graffiti., acting Executor of Martin'
Chaffin., late of the borough of Huntingdon,
7. John Waller and J.UriesCree, Executors of
Samuel Findley, late of Dublit, too)tothip, dec'd.
8. John Otitis, ono of the Executors of James
Tully, ifec'tl, who wee one of the adm'rs of Sam
uel Myton, late of West toweship, dec'd.
9. Alevinder Stitt and Jacob Herncame, ad.'
ministrators of Henry NetT who was one of the
administratorsof Michael Wallace, late of Morris
10. William Myton, Famuel Myton and James
Stewart, administrators of John W. Myron, deed.,
who was one of the administrators of Samuel'
Myton, late of West township, deed.
1 I. James Stewart, William Myron and Sam
uel Myton, administrators of John W. Mytort,
deed, mho was the administrator of James Leon , .
atd, late of Jackson township, dcc'd.
JACOB MILLER, Registe.
Register's office, Hun
tingdon. July 18, 1848.
WASHINGTON HaSE ,
THIS Popular House hse recently undergone a
Moravia repair, attl beM furnished with
entire new furniture, of the hest quality. Mem
bers of the Legislature Mid others, visiting the
Seat of Government; *ill find it a very desirable
Ca" Charge. moderate.
WM. T. SANDERS, Agent.
Harrisburg, July 14, 1114.8-6 m.