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The following letters will explain themselves :
BinstirionAsi, April 12, 1849.
Mr. EDITOR:-You will oblige me by publish
4ng the inclosed letter from my son Jacob, who
is on hie way to Illinois. Being an entire stran
ier to Mr. Holmes and Senator Dodge, I cannot
express my thanks to them better for their
kinds .911 to my son, than by publishing his let
ter. Insides it will let the public know that
then. are some inhuman beasts permitted to
keep boarding houses in the city of Pittsburg.
NEAR CINCINNATI, April 5,1849.
DEAR FATTIER:-By the date of this letter
you will see that I have arrived safe so far.—
I arrived at Pittsburg on Saturday night last at
11 o'clock. I went to a boarding house, got
admission, but at rising time in the morning I
was seized by cramp in the stomach. A phy
sician was called in (whom I suppose was rath
er green,) who after feeling my pulse and look
ing at my tongue pronounced it cholera; and
notwithstanding all I could say of my coming
from the past, on Sunday morning I was thrown
into the street to look for other quarters, and
my baggage was put on the pavement. Fortu
nately 1 met with a humane individual. Mr.
1101. MER, living in Wood street, who took me
in, and by Monday evening, I was able to pro
ceed on my way. I have been very sick all
the way down the river, but am now getting
better. I owe much to the Hon. A. C. Donor,
U. S. S. from lowa, who gave me some medi
cine which he had brought along, not being
very well himself. He visited me very often
mmy room. lam truly thankful to him. Now
I am a great deal better and am in hopes I will
be well in a few days
Hon. JOSEPH, ADAMS
Destructive Fire at !Williamsport.
A letter from Williamsport, Pa., !eider date 1 1
of April 5, says
By far the most destructive fire that has ever
occurred in this borough took place yesterday.
Nearly one whole square is now a mass of
burnin; ruins. The fire broke out in Desarge's
store, (late Campbell's,) adjoining the Court
house, and opposite the U. S. Hotel, which was
totally destroyed. The following are among
the sufferers : Mr. Campbell's dwelling and
out-buildings : Bailey's livery stables ; Helve
ly's dw.•lling, and warehouse, tilled with grain ;
Mr. F. C. Campbell's warehouse, filled with
grain, and several of his out-buildings; Mr.
Hartman's brewery, which was occupied by
several families as a dwelling; Mr. A. Hep
burn's granary; six stables and barns, belong
ing to different individuals, were also destroy
ed. I regret also to add that the Old School
Presbyterian Church, a new and costly edifice,
was also destroyed. The Court House and the
New School Presbyterian Church were saved
Or"..dint of the greatest exertions.
'he stores and dwellings were covered by in
.. s tar i e in the Franklin Insurance Company of
and Lycoming Mutual Insurance
tV c I‘;'
I:tTliavliilt WITH EMIETT.—
Tile evening before his death, while the
workmen were busy with the scaffold,
a young lady was ushered into his dun
geon. It was the girl whom he so fond
• ly loved had now come to bid him the
eternal farewell. He was now leaning
in a melancholy mood, against the win
dow frame of his prison, and the heavy
clanking of his irons smote dismally on
her heart. The interview was bitterly
affecting and melted even the callous
soul of the jailer. As for Emmett him
self, he wept and spoke but little but as
ho pressed his beloved in silence to his
bosom his countenance betrayed his
emotions. In a law voice, half choked
by anguish, he besought her not to for
get him ; he reminded her of her for
mer happiness, of the strong passions
of their childhood, and concluded by re
questing her sometimes to visit the
scenes where their infancy was spent,
and although the world might repeat
his name with scorn, to cling to his
memory with affection. At this instant
the evening bell pealed from the neigh.
boring church. Emmett started at the
sound and as lie felt that this was the
last time that lie should hear its dismal
ethos, he folded his beloved still closer
to his heart, and bent over her sinking
form with eyes streaming with affec
tion. The turnkey entered at that mo
ment ; ashamed of his weakness, he
dashed the rising drop from his eye, and
a frown again lowered on his counte
nance. The man meanwhile approach
ing to tear the lady from his embrace.
Overpowered by feeling, lie could make
no resistance; but, as he gloomily re•
leased her from his hold, gave her a lit
tle minature of himself and with this
parting token of attachment, imprinted
the last kisses of a dying man upon her
lips. On going the door she turned
around, as if to gaze once more on the
object of her widowed love. He caught
her eye as she retired ; it was but for a
moment ; the dungeon door swung back
on its hinges, as it closed after her, in
formed him too surely, that they had
met for the last time on earth.
War in Italy
Dy a late foreign arrival, we learn that war
has actually broken out in Italy.
By the same.arrieal we learn that the chole
ra still continues to progresq in Ireland. In
Paris, it had carried off one or two men in of
fl2'' The report. that have been sent out from
Washington of dissension in the Cabinet, are
entirely without foundation. Perfect harmony
prevails on on all subjects, between the Presi
dent and heads of Departments.
ESCAPE or SLAVES.—Seven or eight slaves,
belonging to the citizens of Wheeling, escaped,
on Sunday last in Ohio. The circumstances
caused much excitement, and several ferrymen
were arrested, charged with aiding the slaves to
137 - In the year ending on the let of April,
1849, there landed at New York tWo hundred
and [our thousand nix hundred and thirty-lit( im-
A PRACTItVL JOKE.—One of the
est Jokes of the season was practiced
on the Rev. Dr. Peck, the new Presi
dent of Dickenson College—one which
will vie with the most recherche of Smol
let, and might well sustain itself amongst
the records of Trinity, by Charles 0%
Malley.—The Doctor it appears; was
making his filet visit to the Baltimore
Conference, held this year at Staunton,
Va. Meantime, some reprobate stu
dent sat himself down and wrote a let
ter to the Physician of the Hospital at
that place, giving hier a description of
some individual who had left Carlisle,
the seat of Dickinson College, in a state ,
of mental derangement; and stating,
furthermore, that it was probable, that
the said individual had betaken himself
to Staunton, inasmuch as it was a sort
of monomania with him to regard him
slf as the President of the institution,
and accordingly lie imagined he had
gone to make the customary report to
the conference, on the state of the col
lege. This letter was signed in the
name of President Peck himself, and re.
quested the manager to take charge of
the Lunatic. It is needless to add, that
the description of the insane person
coincided precisely with the appearance
of the Rev. Dr. himself—and that it re
quired the reiterated identifications of
the ministers the conference around,
to save him from confinement !--Rich
GEN. TAYLOR'S INAUGURAL IN ENG
LAND.—The London papers, one and all,
are pleased with Gen. Taylor's Inaugu
ral address.—The "Times" says ; " It
not only possesses the merit of extra
ordinary brevity, but shines with an el
oquence and force of expression not
usually characteristic of the produc
tions of an American statesman." The
Standard" says : "The inaugural ad
dress is a graceful, and even eloquent
composition." 'rhe " Morning Chroni
cle" says: ''The inaugural address of
Gen. Taylor has excited a good deal of
attention, and has met with almost uni
versal approbation, Its pacific tone is
viewed with much satisfaction." The
"Morning Herald" speaks of it in near
ly similar terms, and the " Daily News"
says: "A pure spirit of patriotistn
breathes through every sentpnee,"
CHARLESTON, April 13,
New Orleans papers of the Bth inst.,
announce that the tow-boat Champion
burst her boilers, opposite the city, on
the previous day, killing the Engineer
and three firemen,
Mr. Blanchard the Banker, had his
office robbed in mid-day, of a box con
taining $6OOO in money, and notes and
other papers, valued at 14200,000. He
advertises that the robber can keep the
money if he returns the notes and pa
Bos'cora, April 13
The town of Wilmington, (Mass.,) has been
thrown into the greatest state of excitement in
consequence of a most horrid murder which has
been perpetrated on Mrs. M. B. Preston and
her two twin daughters only four years of age,
who were found dead in their bed on Wednes
day morning last, with their throats cu* in' a
most awful manner. The husband having es
caped, suspicion was at once fastened upon him,
and search immediately made, which proved
successful yesterday morning, he being found in
the woods with the blood of his victims upon
him. lie was at once arrested.
Ex•Presidcnt Polk had a slight
attack of cholera at Smithland, on his
LOOK OUT !—We see that one Mr.
Henry Broken has just married, in Bal.
tiniore, a Miss Bank. So there is now
one more bank broken!
DEATH FROM LAUDANUM.—An inquest
was held in Philadelphia, on Sunday,
on the body of an infant, whose death
was caused by the mother giving it too
large a dose of laudnum.
AGES OF DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN.--
The New York Evening Post has an in
teresting article in regard to the relative
ages of our prominent men, from which
we learn that Mr. Clay is 71 years old ;
Mr. Calhoun is 67 ; Mr. Van Buren is
67 ; Mr. Webster is 67; Mr. Benton is
63 ; Gen. Taylor is 64; Gen. Cass is 66.
BENEFIT OF PUNCTUALITY:A contem
porary boasts of a subscriber who has
paid his subscription punctually for the
last thirty years, who is now over eighty
and rends his paper without spectacles.
Had he neglected to pay for it, it is more
than likely that now he would be unable
to read it at all.
PHILARLPHIA, April 13, 18. W
The Market for flour is steady, with a slight
improvement in its general tenor and holders
are inclined to ask $4,311. per bbl. for common
brands, but we hear of no sales over $4,25 and
at this rate they reach but about 400 bbla. Sales
for city use at $4,374a54,75 per bbl. Rye flour
is steady at $2,75 and Corn Meal at $2,37.
There is a Moderate demand for Wheat, with
sales of good red at 95c. per bu., and prime
white at 100 e. Sales of about 1,000 bu. Rye
at 56c. per bu. Corn is in fair demand, with
sales of Southeriand P'enn'a. yellow at 51a511c
per bu. Oats are dull at 29a30c. for Southern
and 31a311c. for Penn'a. Sales of Whiskey at
19c. in hhds., and 20, i n hbls.
On Saturday morning, 14th inst., PETER
lIEFFNER, of Walker township, aged about
On Sundry morning, 15th inst., WILLIAM
WARD, of Walker township, aged about 36
Cot. D. BUOY, of Henderson township,
Huntingdon county, will he a candidate for the
office of BRIGADE 111PECTOR of the 2nd
Brigade 10th Division P. V., at the ensuing rep
He respectfully rolici:e the' votes of tile friend.
April 17, 1849
CoL. JOHN STEVER, of Cass township'
Huntingdon county, will be supported at the
ensuing election for BRIGADE INSPECTOR,
by MANY SOLDIERS.
April In. 1849.
Estate of JOHN DE.R.A", late of Porter
NOTICE is hereby given that:letters of admin
istration have been granted to the undersign
ed, on the estate of JOHN DEAN, late of
Porter township, Huntingdon county. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims or
demands against the came to present them duly
authenticated for settlement.
The enrolled Volunteers and Militia of the 2d
Brigade 10th Division P. M. will train as fol
lows, viz :
ISy companies on Monday the 7th of May.
By Battallion for Review & Inspection as fol
lows, viz :
sth Beg. 2nd Batt. on Monday 14th of May
2nd Volunteer Batt., commanded by Maj. A•
Stephens, on the 14th May.
Ist Batt. on Tuesday 15th of May.
2nd Reg. 2nd Batt. on Wednesday 16th of
Ist. Batt. Ott Thursday 17th of May.
Ist Reg. Ist Batt. on Friday 181 h of May,
sth Volunteer Batt. commanded by Maj.
G. W. Spear on Saturday 10th of Slay.
22 Batt. on Monday 21st May.
4th Reg. 2d Batt. on Tuesday 22d May.
Ist Batt. on Wednesday 33d May.
3d Reg. Ist Batt. on Thursday 24th May.
Montgomery Grays will train with Ist Batt.
2d Batt. on Friday 25th May.
6th Reg. 22 Batt. on Monday 28th May.
3d Volunteer Batt. commanded by Col. Bar
ret, on Tuesday 20th May.
lst Batt. on Wednesday 30th May.
Union Grays, Capt. Smiley, on Thursday 31st
Brig. Inspsr. 2d B. 10th D. P. M.
Brigade Inspector's Oilier,
Philipsburg Centre Co.,
N. B. All comMunielitions sent to me will be
directed to Philipsburg, Centre county, Pa.
April 17, 1619.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE,
In pursuance of an order of the Or
phans' Court of Huntingdon county,
will be exposed to public sale, on the
I'RIDJJY, 25th M./1Y next,
A Tract of Land srtuate in Jackson
township, Huntingdon county, being the
property of Abraham Ditsworth, deed,
neat measure, and bounded ou the east
by lands of J. Hafficy, and on the west
by lands of G. W. Campbell. The im
provements are a small log house and
barn. About 40 acres cleared.
TERMS :--One half of the purchase
Money to be paid on confirmation of the
sate, and the other half in one year
thereafter,- with interest, to be secured
by the bond and Mortgage of the pur
chaser. JAMES GfLLAM,
✓ld#n'r de bonis noix.
April 13, 1849.
WAR AGAINST MGR PRICES ! !
CH E .41" ff./ITCHES, CLOCKS,
JEWELRY, 4• F./INCY GOODS!!
The undersigned has just returned
from Philadelphia, with a large and very
superior assortment of Clocks, Watches,
Jewelry and Fancy Goods, which ho is
enabled to sell
20 per Cent. Cheaper
than heretofore! Persons wishing to
purchase are invited to call and satisfy
themselves of this fact.
03-. Particular attention will be paid
to the repairing of all kinds of Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry. An experienced
workman from one of the eastern cities
will be constantly employed for this
Old gold and sil#er bought and ex
changed for which the highest price will
Huntingdon, April 17, 1849.
Warranted GOLD PENS, with silver
handles, can be had at SCOTT'S Cheap
Jewelry Store, for Other Gold
Pens, without handles, for 75 cents.
April 17, 1819.
The Militia composing the Ist Regi
ment, 2nd Brigade, 10th Division, P. M.
are hereby required to train by Compa
ny, on the Ist Monday and 7th day of
May next, and by Battalion for parade
and review, as follows :
Ist Battalion will meet tit Orbisonia,
on Tuesday, 15th of May next.
2nd Battalion at Cassville, oh Wed•
nesdayi 16th of May next.
Col. Ist R. 2d B. 10th D. P. M.
April 17, 1849—pd,
13 LANK DEEDS AND BONDS FOR
D SALE Al THIS OFFICE.
lixecutors , notice.
Psiate of - 71R — C - H7B - 11111 - S - T - TT, lain
of Dublin township, dec'd.
NOTICE is hereby given that letters teniamen.
tart have been granted to the undersigned on th•
estate of Archibald Stitt, late of Dublin
township, deceased. Persons knowing themselves
indebted will come forwardand make payment;and
all those having claims will present them duly au
thenticated for settlemen t.
BENJAMIN E. STITT,
April 17, 1849,
A large size ;; Queen of the Went" COOK
ING STOVE for sale on the most reasonable
terms. Any person wanting an article of this
kind will please call at this office.
April 10, 1849.
BLACK BEAR HOTEL,
,'AS. D. DIcEINNET,
- \\T O t t h J e L Dpurhelsipcegcotfnuelrlaylliyn,fo th a trm h h i: fi , re i i s ntil e s . e s n ed d
the above well known house, formerly kept by
John McConnell, and is fitting it up fOr the ac
commodation of all who may favor hini With
In point of location, the tt BLACK B xxit," is
the most pleasant and convenient in Hunting
don. And no pains or expense will be spared
to make the accommodations such as cannot be
surpassed by any other house in the place. The
wants of the stronger and traveller will always
be carefully attended to. In short, it will be the
constant aim of the proprietor to make all feel
at home, and perfectty comfortable, who stop at
the t. Black Bear." His charges will be mod
0 - Permanent boarders will be accommoda
ted on reasonable terms.
Estate of WILLIa.3I H. B CK, late
of the borough of Huntingdon, dec'd.
NOTICE is hereby given that Lettere of Ad
ministration on said estate have been grant
ed to the undersigned. All persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those havingelaims ordentadds against
the same to present them duly authenticated for
settlement td Dr.JACOIi HOFFMAN,
DAVID IDEA( K,.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The Partnership heretofore existing between
the subscribers in carrying on the Alexandria
Foundry, under the firm of McGill & Graffiti.,
wee by mutual consent dissolved upon the flat
day of March A.D. 1849. AII persons having
unsettled accounts will attend to them immedi
ately. The books are for the present in the
hands of William Graff, us, in Alexandria.
ROGER C. Mc GILL,
April 20, 1849-0
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The Partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned, trading under the firm of
Swoops & A fries, in the Mercantile business,
was by mute'sl consent, dissolved on the Ist day
of April; 1149.
Huntingdon, April 10,1849.
A LL persons knowing themselves indebted to
.11 the undersigned by note, book-account or
otherwise will please call a'nd pay off their re
spective accounts, on or before theist of July
next. All persons who neglect this notice will
find their accounts in the hands of a proper offi
cer for collection.
SWOOI'E & AFRICA.
Huntingdon, April 10, 1849.
Estate of IVILLI.II3I LYTLE, late of
Jackson township, dec'd,
NOTICE le hereby given that Letters al Ad
ministration on said Estate, have been granted to
the undersigned. Persons indebted to the same,
are requested to make payment, and those having
chime or demands against the same, to present
then duly authenticated for settlement.
April 10, 184.9. (Administrator.
Great Slaughter of nigh Prices!
The Town in Commotion !
but Several Bad: ,
ly Wounded r
DORSEY Be, MAGUIRE
Have the satisfaction, to announce to the cit
izens of Huntingdon and the neighboring coun
try that they have just received from the eastern
cities, a splendid stock of new
SPRING & SUALCIER GOODS,
which have been eelected with great core. Our
stock consists of all the war ious sty les of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMENS'
BOOTS, SHOES, and FIATS of all kinde.—
Hardware, Queensware, Groceries. &c.
We invite all to give us a call, as we take
pleasure in showing our Goode.
Thankful for past favors, we hope by strict
attention to businees to receive a liberal share
of public patronage.
Huntingdon, April 3,1849.
"Beat the Hall of Fashion• who
B. h W. SNARE,
No.l, Corner Room of Snare's Rom, opposite
John Whittaker'. Tavern, Huntingdon, Pa.
Tho undersigned thankful for pact favors, in
form their customers and the public generally
that they have just received from the city, tho
largest, cheapest and moat splendid assortment
ever brought to Huntingdon. Their stock con
sists of Dress and Frock Coats, ',treks and Busi
ness Coats, Pantaloons and Vests of every style
and description suited to the SClllsofi-anrranted
well made and fashionably rut. A ,splendid as
sortment of Bleached Muslin and Linen Shirts
and Plaited Bosoms. Cotton, worsted and
woolen short Stockings; Suspenders end Hand
kerchiefs. A genteel suit of clothes for almost
ger styles of Hats and Caps, Poole & Shoe.,
&c., all of which will be sold at the
lowest prices. Please cal and examine before
B. & W. SNARE
Iluntingdort, April 3, 1849..
List of Leiters
REMAINING in the Post Office at Huntingdon,
Pa., on the 31st day of March, 1849, and which
if not lifted on or before the first day of July
next, will be sent to the General Post Office as
A. Lynn John
Anderson William. Langfeld Isaac
B. Lavery James
Brooks Letitia " , M
Benlaugh J. G. Revd. Montgomery William
Brook. Mariah Mayer Henry
Bacon Geo. V. Malloy Hugh .
Bowlen Patrick Manny Thomas
Beckman Theodore McNally Peter
Barnwell Sarah Murry John J. 2
Bales Simon Masson Edward W.
Butler James Mannion Dan. „
Boyles Patrick McHugh Francis
Barringer Joseph Marshall Joseph
Beety Martin Mateer William
Ball J. N. Malone Thomas
C. Murphy Martin
Crozier Ann B. Miss McCracken Joseph
Corbin Nicholas McCartney Wm. F. 2
Coleman Velina Molloy Thomas
i Convery John N. Mc Megan James
Crotzer Wm. Morrison John
Clark Patrick Morrison Eleanor Miss
Cunningham John Murphy John
Couch Samuel McGrann Philip
Campbell Charles Miller Henrietta Mrs.
(sorbet Mary McLaughlin Patrick
Cree David Mooney Thomas 2
Cordon Patrick McCulloch Geo.
Coninghatii J. At at L. Miller Sarah A.
Creig John • Manelis Patrick
Corbet Steward MeCay Hezekiah
Corran John Messer Smith Joha
Clinger James N
Cummings Robert N. A. P.
Carlin Patrick Nail Elizabeth
Cornprobst Henry 0
Cirtis John O'Donnell James
Carson Charles O'Donnell John 2
Cornelicus Geo. W. Oakman Joseph
Cough Joseph O'Donnell Tim
Curtis Edward F. P
Cowden Charles Patton James M.
D. Proadfoot Alex. R.
Doolan John Q
Devine James Quinn James
Dolen Thomas R
Dolen John Ross John
Drinks Anthony Raker Jacob
Davis W. Richard Maty A. Miss
R. Rowland James & Co.
Earnest Henry Rutter Daniel
Evers Patrick Reidenour Levi
F. Ryan John .1
Fotil John.,_ Rux John •
Fox Bernard •• likket.George
Fink Mary P. Reed Jane Miss
Fulton James Reily Edward
Foster David Richardson Thomas
G. Roles Richard
Gorsuch Stephen .2 S
Gallaher Patrick Sipe George
Gray J. W. Swinehart William
Gosnell Jno R. Sprinkle Absalom
Goodman Wm Stoufer Isaac
Gorman James Skeeter Henry
Goodman Marks Stewart John I'.
Geiger John Selfrich William
Gaynor John Shaver John
Galbraith James W. Binder FrederPck
Garland , Revd. M. Smith G. 2
Gavegan Mart Smith Gerome
Gaughan John Shinefelt A. B.
, n Thos. Speck Adam
Hicks Samuel Sharrer George
Heaton .foseph P. Snyder Daniel
Harker Samuel Stare Jacob
Heslap Thomas Stevens U.
Harper Wm. Shotlner Mafgaret
Hoffman George Sinky Shem. Sam.
Hoban Michael Snyder Charles
Hawn George Schiireman Ilenry
Hutchison Wm. Souders Catharine Miss
Harvey & Son T
Hight T. James Tipton Amos
Hubbell Alfred Tocktin Thom.
J. Thompson Ale xa ndcr
Jones Fanny Mrs. W
Jarboe Thomas A. Wight Eliza
Johnston John Wilson James
Jarboe Alexander Whittaker Thomas
Jarvis & Boatman Welch Timothy
K. Waldron Matthew
Kelly James White Adolphus P.
Knepp Jacob Woods Samuel S.
Kerns James Watts Thomas
Kurtz Josiah Wright N. N.
Kemp Mary Miss 2 NVorrell Alexander
Kyler Thomas Wilt A. NI.
Kunkle William L. V
Keelan Edward Veneer John M.
Lewis John 2 Young Lewis"
Longenecker Jacob Yaw Elizabeth'
Persons inquiring for letters on the above
List will please say they are advertised.
Two cents in eMition to the regular pos
tage charged on advertised letters.
F. B. WALLACE, P. M.
Huntingdon, March 31, '.19.
AtTHE OLD STANDS"
MARKET SQUARE, HUNTINGDON
SPRING ;and SILTItIMED GOODS.
H. received and is now opening a splendid
stock of Spring :mil Summer Goode, among
which may be found every variety of
Ladies' and Gentleinens' Vress Goods,
in part, Clothe of all French, Belgian
and Fancy Cassimers, Kentucky Jeans, Croton,
Oregon and Tweed Cloths; Vestinge, Flannels
and Drillings, and a variety of Cotton Goods for
summer wear; Mouslin de Lainca, French
Lawns and Scants, Shawls and Handkerchiefs,
Alpacas, Mormoes, a large assortment of Cali
coes of the newest styles, and at low prices,
Eai Iston, French, Scotch and Domestic Ging
hams and Balzorines, French and Irish Linens
and Checks, Bed Ticking., Muslins and sheet
ings, &c., &c.
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Groceries,
Hardware, Queensware, &c.,
with a great variety of goods of all kinds.
The above stock of Goods having been selec
ted with great care, and purchased at reduced
pricda fuY eatrh, I ant enabled to offer
and hope all wtio want will at least exathine my
stock before purchasing else. here, as! ant de•
termined to sell on as reasonable terms a. any
one in Pennsylvania. Please call and see my
Goods,as it afford. me pleasure to show them
at all times.
MI kinds of Country Produce taken in cx
change for Goode.
March 31, 1849.
NEFF & MILLER,
Tlab old Locust Corncam
Fisher, Inclidurtrie tic co.,
f i AliE t
r jus t t received r
of e large and epirndid or.
SPRING & SUMMER - COEDS
which they aro selling, as venal, at extremely
low profit.. Their stock concrete of a general
. assortment. adapted to the wants of all. Sea
sonable DRESS GOODS for Ladies and Gen
tlemen; READY-M ADE CLOTHING, Don
net., Hats, Cape, Hoots and E.thors, Hardware,
GrocerieN&c.,Acc. in abort, the " OLD Loccrr
conono" cont.nuee to be the
where every thing. useful and ornamental, cnn
be had, better and cheaper, than can be procu
red elsewhere. Their blotto is''QuirkBelr a
and Smell Profits." 411 who desire to supply
themselves with good goods, at low prices, will
give them a call.
Capt. David iffazzard,
wend fu I I w y r e
hich c lu
des flti f
entire population—that be has removed
to the room next doer to Prewelre Stole, dit eel ly
opposite Wollsee's Washington floiel,:n In re e
has fitted up an
TG . it% Or*
shove ground, which can't be beet on the Juniata
The lovers of good Oysters can tilers'.e be ■c
commodated by giving him a cull.
. Hie new stand ts fitted up " on purpose" to ea
commodate Ladies and gentlemen. The " old
Captain" therefore hopes that his friends of boll
saxes will extend to him a liberal aupport..
NUTS, &c., &c., always on hand.
March 6, 1846.
treat; Centre of Attraction I!
NEFF & BROTHER
lAVt just re , eived and arenOToprning r t
11 their old stand, No. 1001 Market Square,
Huntingdon, Pa. the most lashionahle and su
per() assortment of
Clocks, Watches dc Jewelrtt
exer offered is tlr a'placr. Their stock- pension
in part at English & Anchor Lever, Chronom•
etc-, Duplex and Irepine GOLD WATCHES.
EXSrX variety of Levre, L'Epine, gnarlier tied
English SILVER WATCHES. Eigitt•Day
and Thirty-hourthi . Ann Can! nst
Their Jewelry has been selected with 'null
care in regard to Fashion, Elegance and Quality
as to challenee comparison end defy competition
It embrace. Diamond Breast Pinn and Finger
Rings, Cold Rings end Pencils, Pens, Specta•
cies, &c., together with a g coral and extensive
assortment of ;•4 1 VEit ARTICLES. They
have also a well L.* , sen supp'y of Perfumery ,
Soap ttod Fancy Stationary.
N. IS. Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry prompt•
fy repaired and warranted. The public are pc,
litely requested to call and ex e the. stork
FOR THE LADIEF;i ,
Milliner Fti, Mantua-Maker.
The undersigned reepe fully ite 6 ; leave to in.
form the Ladies of Huntingdon and vicintiy
that she carries on the above named businese at
the residence of Matthew Ciownover, at the
Jail, where she will receive any work in her line
of business. She fee's confident that the neat..
neon no well as the durability of her work will
recommend lire to the patronage of the Ladies
of Huntingdon. MARTHA McCRUM.
March 27, 1 819 —7 tn.
JULES II AIILIPS
Unrivalled Perfumes, Hair Oil,
Paste and Powder, Soaps, Sharing
The Largest, Cheapest and bent erre; lute IA of
the above named articles over opened in un-,
tingdon, just received and for sale wholesale and
NEFF & DRO
FIRST RATE new one horso wog., which
tho subicriher wilil uull cheap for Cash.
P.. A. MILLER.
hr relt CO, 1649
D MIA? S In? ro RS' D TIC E.
Est..te nj 1111C111.4EL Irv*
11' small to in.ship, . .
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters of Admin.
istration on the relate of H. H. Deitrich,
late of Warriormark t wp.. Hunt. no.. deed, hone
been granted to the undersigned. All persons in
debted to WO estate are requested to make imme
diate payment, and those having claims or de
niands againsttheeame to present them duly au
thenticated ?or settlement
JAMES THOMSON . ,
W. H. SMITH. W. M.HISH'I.AIR.
Produce & Commission Merchants.
and Dealers it 2 Pittsburg Manufactures,
No. 56 Wood street, Pittsburg, Pa.
Hofer to Mr. Gr (SWIN,. Hun tingdon.
Mows. J. & W. SAXTON,
April 3, 049.
THE subscribers to the capital stock of " the
Spruce Creek and Water Street Turnpll4
Road Company," who have neglected to comply
with the previous calls of said Company, for ILO
payment of the several instalments, are again no
tified that they are required to pay me at my rec
idence, in Franklin township, Huntingdon coun
ty, for the use of said Company, on or before the
tenth day of April A. D. 1899, any and all mo
neys, now remaining due and unpaid, by reason
of or on account of their said subecription to said
Any subscribers who have subscribed to raid
stock since July, A. D. 1847, are also notifisp
that they are required to pay at the same time and
place, ten per cent of the stock subscribed, end
on or before the tenth day of each succeeding
month the like sum of ton per cent until the
whole is paid.
JACOB S. MATTERN.
Treasurer of W. S. & S.C. T. Co,
• Boots and Shoes.
'pl-YE largest, finest and best assort
meat of Boots and Shoes, savor
brought to town ; for sale by
J. kW.$ XTON.