Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, May 01, 1849, Image 3
~.1 The New Militia Law. We have received the recently enact red law revising the Militia system of the State, and as its pvavisions are im portant—changing entirely the charac ter of a system which had become as' odious as it was unprofitable—we have Made up from them the following sum- Mary. It is made the duty [sec. I,] of every able bodied citizen between the uge of eighteen and forty-five; to pro 'ride himself with a proper uniform for volunteer company, and [sec. 2,] per kons shall form themselves of no less ' than 30, rank and file, electing their own officers, dze. Where there are [see. 3,] three or more companies in any brigade, they shall be rented into betel ions and regiments, and elect such field officers as are slowed to the same force in the regular army but in ease there are not three companies in any brigade, then the company or companies shall elect a Brigadier General, Brigade In spector, and Major General. The uni formed .companies [sec. 4,] shall meet for training and discipline twice in each year; and each battalion and regiment for ttdititng and inspection, not less than once. The commanding officer of each company, [sec. 5,] Anil furnish a copy of his roll to the County Commission ers, at such times as the assessments of taxes are returned, designating the res idence of each member, the assessor al so, [sec. 6,] to furnish a list of all male persons residing in the township, be tween the ages of 21 and 45, except such as may be exempt, and all who are not uniformed and enrolled, shall be con sidered delinquent, and subject to a fine df fifty tents; such officers and men, flowerer,Lim 7,] ati served jh the late war with Mexico, shah be foreeer here after exempt froM militia duty. The County Commissioners, in 'raking out their duplicates for the collection of State taxes, [sec. B,] shall add fifty cents to the amount of tax of each de. linquent, to be collected with the same, on account of all such receipts to be kept, and the same to form a . military fund: In case the delinquent cannot be found [see. 9,] or is exempt, an oath shall be made to that effect by the col lector, and the Commissioners shall give him a credit or order which shall be his voucher in the settlement of his account. The County Treasurer, after the settle ment of the military account, and the payment of the expenses of collections, &c., [sec. 10,] Is required to pay to each company of not less than 30, $5O, and to each company of not less than 50, $75, for the purpose of keeping open armory, &c. It is also made the duty c i f the County Treasurer to pay the Brigade Inspector, any reasonable ex penses incurred by him, but such expen ses shall not exceed in any one year $l5O. In case the amount of the mili tary fund collected be insufficient to pay the ballance to each company, the State Treasurer shall pay to the County Trea surer of such county, n sufficient sum to make up the deficit, such amount to be taken" out of the military fund of the State. The Brigade Inspector [sec. 11] shall attend in Person to every organi zation, make requisition for, receive and disburse arms, &c. The commanding eficer of each regiment [sec. 12.] or bitallion not attached to any regiment, shall certify to the Auditor General on or before the Ist of August in each year the number of companies I,.Afii coin mend, the number of inenlbrs ' &c. The uniformed companies,isec. 13,] organized before the first Monday of June, 1849, shall meet on that day, at their usual place of meeting, and on the Ist Monday of June every five years thereafter to elect Brigade and field of ficers, the captain or commanding offi. cer of each company superintending such election. The Ist .Monday of Ju ly next ensuing, [sec. 14,] and the same day every five years thereafter, shall be the time for the election of Major Gen era! of each division, such election to he holden at the county seat in each brigade, and all commissioned officers of companies, batalions, regiments and brigades to be entitled to vote for Major General, the election being superintend ed by the Brigade Inspector and Briga dier General, who may have been cletc ed in the June previous. The election for company officers, [sec. 15,] to be held on the 3d Monday of August, 1849, and on the same day every five years thereafter, the captain to appoint two officers of the company to hold such election. Every person, [sec. 16,] who shall have been uniformed and served five successive years after the passage of this act, shall thereafter be exempt. Each county of the Commonwealth [sec. 17,] shall form a brigade, except the city and county of Philadelphia, which shall form three brigades, as at present. The several divisions of the State, [sec. 18,] are as follows : I.—City and County of Philadelphia. 11.—Bucks, Montgomery and Delaware. lll.—Cheater and Lancaster. I V.—York and Adams. V.—Dauphin. Lebanon and Berk.. Vt.—Schuylkill, Carbon and Monroe. Vll.—Northampton, Pike and Lehigh. VElL—Northumberland and Union. IX.—Columbia, Luserne and Wyoming. X.—Susquebanna and Wayne. XL—Lycoming, Clinton and Potter. XII.-11'Kean, Elk, Forest and Clarion. Xlll.—Sullivan, Bradford and Tioaa. XlV.—Juniata' Mifflin, Centre, Hunting don and Clearfield. XV.—Cumberland, Perry and Franklin. XVl.—Bedford, Somerset, Cambria and Blair. XVll.—Westmorslaud, Fayette, IVashing ton and Greene. XVlll.—Allegheny, Armstrong, Indiana and Jefferson. XlX.—Beaver, Butler, Mercer and Law rence. XX.—Crawford, Erie, Venango and War ren. The 19th section exempts from di.ty the officers, executive and judicial, of the United Slates, members of Congress, and their officers, officers of customs ) post.office department, ttc., &c., &e. The Adjutant General [sec, 20,] shall prepare a military code, and report the same to the Legislature; and till for mer laws, [sec. 21,] on the subject of the militia of this Commonwealth are repealed. The act is a Very important one, and while it will do away with a system which has long been an equal burden and disgrace to the state, will do much if rigidly enforced, to build up and foster a strong and efficient volun. teer force, equally a credit to the State in time of peace and in war. Another Horrible Outrage at liar- risburg. HARRISBURG, April 22, 1899 Dear Sir—Last night at n late hour, three young then, about 19 or 20 years of age, prowling about the lower end of the town, in pursuit, it is supposed, of a girl of doubtful character, stopped at the house of a Mr. Neip, and raised a disturbance in front of it. Mr. Neip's son, a returned volunteer from Mexico, desired them to go away from the prem ises, which they resisting, and insulting him at the same time, he struck one of them, named Kemble, the son of a mer chant tailor of this place i who thereupon drew a dh'k kritfa, and repeatedly stab bed hitti in the region of the heart. His Wounds are severe, and at this time are said to be mortal. While the affray was going on, Mr. Neip came out of the house to the rescue of his son, when lie also was set upon and stabbed by anoth er of the party, a son of Mr. Bomgard ner, the keeper of a tavern at the rail road depot. The other youngster na med Seiler, took no part in the homi cide, but endeavored to seperate the par ties, and prevent injury to either of them. The whole town is in a state of excitement at this bloody outrage, es pecially as the public mind had hardly recovered from the murder of Mr. Knep ley, by his crazy son a week ago. Born gardner has fled and Kemble is arrest ed.—Ledger. Mr. Webster Conquerred. The Washington correspondent of the Spring- . 1 field Republican mentions the following amu sing incident. Mr. Foote was addressing the Senate, when Mr. Webster asked leave to interrupt him a moment. Mr. Foote turned towards Mr. W. who was sitting directly behind him, and addressed him as nearly as I can recollect in the following strain : The Hon. Senator from Massachusetts the distinguished Senator from Massachusetts, the Statesman, the orator, the scholar, the phy losopher—(here Mr. W. who, up to this time had kept his eye fixed on Mr. F. covered his face with both hands, and Mr. F. then proceed ed as follows:) the man whose speeches are destined to live as long as the English language, he who will hereafter rank alongside the Hem ostheneses and Burkes of our own race"—Mr. Webster's patience seemed to be exhausted at this point, and he belched forth from the top of his lungs, ~O h! get out!" What conclusion Mr. P. brought his elaborate eulogium to, I am unable to say, for amid the roar of merriment and laughter that ensued, he could not be heard for some minutes after. Tux MISSOURI TWIN9.-These wonderful children are now in St. Louis. They are the children of Benjamin Ross, Texas county, Mis souri, and were both born on the 16th of De cember, 1817. They are connected from the breast bone to the abdomen, measure twenty inches in height, and weigh twenty pounds. Their connection is such that they stand face to face, heads coated over with fine black hair, and in other respects perfect in form and feature. THE MARKETS. PHILADELPHIA, April 26, 1819 The export demand for flour continued limit ed and the sales only amount to 5a600 bbls., good brands at $1,50, and extras at $4,75. Corn meal is scarce, a small sale of Pennsylvania at $2,50 per bbl. Grain—Wheat is in brisk de mand, and with moderate receipts, prices are fully sustained, sales of 2a3000 bu. prime Pen na. red at $l, and prime white at $1,05. Rye, sales of 3a400 bu. Penna. at 57e. per bu. Corn, further sales of 2000 bu. yellow at 53a54ct5., weight. Oats sell slowly, Southern 28a29, and 'eons. at 31a33cts, per bu. Whiskey is firm, sales hhds. at 201 and bbls. at 21 cts. SEEDS.—There is some little enquiry for Cloverseed, to hold over, and 6aBoo bu. have been taken at $2,75 for old and $3a325 for new, including strictly prime at $3,50. Timothy is quiet at $2a2,50. Flaxseed remains without change. We quote at $1,25a1,32. BALTI3IOttE, April 26, 1649 Our markets have been inactive today, deal ers holding off for the foreign news. Sales of 300 bbls. Howard St. flour at $4,50; City mills is held at $4,50 without sales. Sales of red Wheat at 100 to 103 c., and white Corn at 44 to 45c. prime yellow at 52c. Sales of Whiskey in bbls. at 204 c. MARRIED. By the Rev. H. Heckerman, at his residence in Huntingdon, April 24th, Mr. WM. P. HAZ ARD, to Miss ELIZABETH DAVID, ooth of Trough Creek valley. On the 26th inst. by the Rev. John Peebles, Dr. H. W. SMITH of Philadelphia, to RE SECCA M. daughter of the late Isaac Dorland, Esq. of Huntingdon. AccOmpaning the above; we received a liberal share of wedding cake, for which the happy couple have our sincere thanks and best wishes. On Tuesday 24th ult., by the 11ev. John Peebles, Dr. HENRY McCLURE, to Miss MARY JANE BUCHANAN, both of Mill Creek. An exchange very gravely informs us that a young man who was recently bathing in the Missouri River, seeing a number of ladies approaching, drowned himself, from motives of delicacy. Brigade Orderio I N pursuance of General Orders, No. 1, issued by the Adjutant General, the militia compo sing the Second Brigade, 10th Division, P. M., are hereby notified that the Company and Bat talion Trainings, heretofore advertised to be beld during the month of May, will not take place, in consequence of a law having been pas sed at the Mat session of the Legislature abolish ing said training JOHN BURKET, Drig. Insp'r 2d B. 10th D. P.M Brigade Invector's Office, Philipsburg, May 1, 1849,5 School Fund. In pursuance of the provisions of the 32nd Section of the Act of the General Assembly, passed the 9th day of April A. D. 1819, we, the undersigned Commissioners of Huntingdon county, hereby notify the eitizens of the several School Districts of said county, that the share of each of the said districts in the State appro priation of $200,000 for the year 1830, is the sum set opposite to each district respectively, as transmitted to us by the Superintendent of Common Schools, viz Barree .... , Brady, Cron . l4tell, Cass, Clay, Dublin, Franklin, 133 25 Henderson, 101 68 Hopewell, ' 70 52 daekson, 127 92 • Morris, 56 99 Penn, 74 21 Shirley, 141 01 Springfield, 67 24 Porter, 73 80 Tell, 85 69 Tod, 93 07 Union, 48 38 Warriorsmark, 91 84 West, 138 19 Walker, 93 53 Alexandria borough, 30 02 Birmingham, 29 11 Huntingdon, 124 23 Shirleysburg, 28 70 ROBERT CUMMINS, JOSHUA GREENLAND, WILLIAM HUTCHISON, May I, 1815. Commissioners. Teachers Wanted At a meeting of the School Directors of the borough• of Huntingdon, held 28th April, 1849, it was resolved to employ two male and two female teachers to take charge of the Common Schools for ten months, commencing on 'rue.- day the sth day of June pro. Proposals from teachers, directed to the President.will be recei ved until Saturday evening, 26th May, when a meeting of the board will be held and applicants will present themselves for examination. THOS. BURG HIN ELL, Preedt. JOHN' SCOTT, See'y. May 1, 1849. Auditor's Notice. The undersigned Auditor appointed by the Court of Ccrmmcm Pleas of Huntingdon county, to diettibute the money arising from a Sheriff's sale of the personal property of William John ston of the borough of Huntingdon, to and among those entitled by faw to receive it, will attend to the duties of thin appointment at hie officein the borough of Huntingdon i n Tuesday the 12th day of June next, (A. D. 1849) at one o'clock in the afternoon of said day, when and where all persons ere required to present their claims on said fund or be debarred thereafter from com ing in for any share thereof. JOIIN REED, Auditor. May 1,1849. BOOTS &MID SHOES. web,. satIOC LEVI WESTBROOK, Has just returned from Philadelphia with a general and elegant assortment of Hoots and Shoes, for Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's wear, all of which have been manufactured of tho best materials and after the latest end most approved style, and will be sold at NXTBEMELT LOW RATES. He will also manufacture BOOTS and SHOES to order, and all who favor him with their cus tom may rely upon having their work done neat ly and expeditionaly, and of the best materials. A continuance of public favor is respectfully requested: May 1,1849-3 t. TVZIW ZEITABLICIIMMNT. Saddle & Harness StitUltfActorg. WILLIAM GLASSGOW Respectfully informs the public, that Le has commenced business for himself in the room lately occupied by F. Krell nearly opposite the Post Office, in Main Street, Huntingdon, Pu. All kinds of Harness and Saddles wi 1 be man. factored on the shortest notice, of the best mate rials, and as cheap as can be had at any other establishment in the county. He respectfully asks a share of public patron age. May 1, 1849. ORTILA.NS , COURT SALE. THE undersigned will, in pursuance of an or der of Court, offer for sale as the property of Alexander Owin, dec'd., at public vendue on TUESDAY, 12th day of June next, at the Court House in Huntingdon, a certain Lot of ground in the Borough of Huntingdon, on the south west •corner of Allegheny and Bath Streets, numbered 117 in the plan of said borough, and having thereon a two-story hrickdwel!ing house, with a stable, &c. Also the undivided third part of a tract of land, situate on the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River in Hopewell town ship, Huntingdon county, containing 227 acres, more or less, having a house and barn thereon. Terms of Salo: One half of the purchase mo ney to be paid on confirmation of tha sale, and the residue in one year thereafter with inlereet, to be secured by bond and mortgage. WM. P. ORBISON, May 1„ Ir LAST ARRIVAL ! New Goods! New Goods! J. & W. SAXTON H AVE .p ... j d u i a d t Le . c o e r i t y m e e d n a t n o d f arc' now opening a SPRING & SUMMER GOODS Their 'dock has been selectiiil with great care, and at lower prices than those who purchased earlier, and comprises a general variety of every. thing called for by the public. They have a beautiful variety of LADIES and GENTLE MEN'S Dress Goods, of the very latest stylee, which for quality and cheapness cannot be sur passed. In addition to their large stock of Dry Goods, Housekeepers can be suppled with Fresh Groceries, of a superior quality, very cheap ; Hardware, Queensware, &c., &c. _ . They invite the public to call and examine their stock. They make no charge for showing their Goods. Moy 1, 1849 JACOB SNYDER, MERCHANT TAILOR, Wallld respectfully inform his old friends and the Public generally that he has resumed busi ness as MERCHANT TAILOR, in the room next door to C. Count' Hotel, formerly occupied by the Globe Printing office, Huntingdon, Po. He has just received from Philadelphia a splendid assortment of CLOTHS, CASS& MERS and VESTINGS of the beet finish which he is prepared to make up to order at prices that cannot fail to suit the views of all. A perfect fit will in all cases be guaranteed. $137 35 106 60 158 20 74 62 69 70 70 26 Work will also be done for those who prefer purchasing their cloth elsewhere. May 1,1849 Last Notice JACOB SNIDER would inform those indebted to him, that he has left his accounts with D. Snare, Esq., for collection. Those knowing themselves indebted will save costs by calling at his office soon and paying up. May 1, 1849. Auditor's Notice. THE undersigned auditor, appointed to distri hute the assets in the hands of Jacob M. Cover'. Assignees, among the cretiitois, will at tend for that purpose atlas office in Huntingdon, on Saturday the 26th day of May inst., at 10 o'clock A. NI., when and whcro all persons in terested will present their claims, properly au thenticated. 82254 18 JOHN REED, Auditor, May 2, 1849 Dissolution. The Partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, in the Cabinet-Making business, under the firm of J. H. & D. Whittaker, was dissolved on the let of April, 1899, by mutual consent. All persons having unsettled accounts with said firm will please comelorward and set tle them without delay. J. H. WHITTAKER, D. WiIIrrAKER. May 1, 1849. NOTICE The subscriber, residing in Penn township, Huntingdon county, gave two promisary tot,s in the month of June 1898, for $55 each to J. S. Shull, of Williamsburg, Blair counts, one payable six months after date, the other in one year; being in part consideration for building fur him by said Shull a saw mill, which he has never finished according to contract. This is to caution all persons against purchasing said notes as I am determined not to pay them until the work is finished, unless compelled by law. If Mr.Shull's honor will not prompt him to come and finish his job, I hereby invite 'jolt° institute a suit for the collectien of the note due, and I will test the matter with him. SAMUEL REED. Penn township, April 23,1849. PENN 9 A. ftAIIACOAM COMPANY. Notice is hereby given that the NINTH IN STALMENT of five do lass per share is re quired to be paid on or before the Ist day of May, and the tenth instalment of five dollars per share an or before the tat day of ;lily next, at the office of Miles & Dorris. Payments will be received of one or more in stalments, or the stock may be paid in full, at the option of the Stockholders, and interest will be allowed from date of payment. Instalments not paid punctually wi:l be sub ject to the pena Ity of one per cent per month as required by law. GEORGE V. BACON, Apri124,1840. 'Pressures. AdininistratOes Monte, Estate of JOHN .114RSH..d LL, late of Springfield township, dec'd. AToTiCE is hereby given that Letters of Ad mihistration have been granted to the under signed on said estate. Persona indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claim. or demands against the same to present them duly authenticated for set tlement to JEREMIAH NEED, April 24. 1R49. Administrator, Executors , Notice. LETTERS testamentary havi.ig been granted to the undersigned on the estate of JOHN WALL, late of West town ship, in the county of Huntingdon, de ceased, all persons indebted to said es tate are hereby notified to call and mnke payment, and all persons having claims against the same are requested to pre sent them duly authenticated for settle ment to the subscribers. JAMES WALL, Executor. REBECCA WALL, Executrix. April 24. 1840. BRIGADE INSPECTOR. COL. JOHN STEVER, of Case township. Huntingdon county, will be supported at the ensuing election for BRIGADE INSPECTOR, by MANY SOLDIERS. April 10,1849. administrator's NotiCe. Estate of JOHN DE.I-IN, late of Porter township, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that:letters of admin. 'titration hove 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 same to present them duly authenticated for settlement. WILLIAM GRAFFIUS, April 17,1849 ORPHANS' ;OURT SAV, in pursuance of an order of the Or•" phans' Court of Huntingdon county, will be exposed to public sale, on the premises, on FRIDAY, 25th M.RY next, A Tract of Land situate in Jackson toArnship, ITuritingdon county, being the property of Aim'ahatn Ditsworth, dec'd, containing 100' *ICKES, neat measure, and bounded' ou the cast by lands of J. Haffley, and on the west by lands of G. W. Campbell. The im• provernents 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' sale, and the other half in one year thereafter, with interest, to be secured by the bond and mortgage of the pur chaser. JAMES GILLAM, Adnet de bonis non. April 13, 1849. WAR AGAINST HIGH PRICES t t CHEAP WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, 8f FANCY GOODS!! The undersigned has just returned from Philadelphia, with a large and very superior assortment of Clocks, Watches, Jewelry and Fancy Goods, which he is enabled to sell 20 per Cent. Cheaper than heretofore! Persons wishing to purchase are invited to call and satisfy themselves of this fact. a- 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 purpose. Old gold and silver bought and ex changed for which the highest price will be allowed. .1. T. SCOTT. Huntingdon, April 17, 1849. GOLD PENS. Warranted GOLD PENS, with silver handles, can be had at Scores Cheap Jewelry Store, for $1.25 Other Gold Pens, without handles, for 75 cents. April 17, 181,9. "AT THE OLD STAND," MARKET SQUARE, HUNTINGDON SPRING and SUMMER GOODS. GEORGE GWIN, lino received and is now opening a apiondid Mock of Spring and Summer Goode, among which may ho found every variety of Ladies' and Gentlemens' Dress Goods, in part, Cloths of all kinds, French, Belgian and Fancy Cassimers, Kentucky Jeans, Croton, Oregon and Tweed C.otlm; Vestinge, Flannels and Drillings, and a variety of Cotton Gouda for summer wear; Mouths de Laines, French Lawns and Swirls, Shawls and Handkerchiefs, Alpacas, Monnoes, a large assortment of Cali coes of the newest styles, and at low prices, Oat lston, Vrench, Scotch and Domestic Ging hams end Balsorines, French and /Fish Linens and Checks, Bed Twkings, Muslin. end sheet ings, 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 prices fur Cash, I am enabled to offer Great Bargains, and hope all who want will at least examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere, as I am de termined to sell on as reaeonable terms as any one in Pennsylvania. Please call and see my Goods,as at affords no pleasure to show them at all times. All kinds of Country Prod ace taken in cx• change for Ooeds. March 81, 1840. W. 11. SMITH. W. M. SINC LAIR. SMITH & SINCLAIR, Wholesale Grocers, Produce & Commission Merchants, and Dealers in Pittsburg Manufactures, No. 56 Wood street, Pittsburg, Pa. Refer to Mr. GEOM. GWIN, t Huntingdon. Messrs. J. & W. SAXTON, I April 3, 1849. I.IV CO) ZU LZEL, Huntingdon County, Ss. The Commonwealth of Penneyl • vania, to Hubert Mo'son, late of the county of Huntingdon, Greeting: —Whereas, Rachel P. Molson, by r ° her father and next friend, Nathan Scofield, did on the 24th day of November last, past, prefer her petition to out Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of said county, at a Court held at Huntingdon in and for said coun ty, playing that for the causes that ein set forth, she might be divorced from the bonds of matri mony entered into with you the said Roberti We do therefore command you as you were often before commanded, that, setting aside all other business and excuses whatsoever, you be and appear in your proper person before our Judges at Huntingdon at a Court of Common Pleas there to be held for said county, on the 241 Monday of August next to answer the petition or libel of the said Rachel, and to show cause if any you have, why the said Rachel your wife should not be divorced from the bond of mattl mony, agreeably to the act of Alisernbly, in such cases made and provided. And hereof you are not to fail. Witness the Hon. George Taylor, President of our said Court di Huntingdon, the 13th day of April A.D. 11349. THE O.H. CREMER, Proly, April 24, 184 g. NEFF & MELEE, SURGEON DENTISTS, MARKET SQUARE, HUNTINGDON, rA. IDLANK DEEDS AND BONDS FOR D SALE AT THIS OFFICH. Adminiutrator. Executors' Notice. EstOte of ../IRC RIBALD STITT, late o f Dublin township, dec'd. NOTICE is hereby given thit letters Women tiny bare bbeti grunted to the undersigned on the estate of Archibald 81itt, late of Dublin townehip o leeetraed. Persons knowing themselves indebted Wiflcothe eorwardand make payment; and all those booing claims will present therh duly au rhenticated forsttpleinet 2 t. BENJAINITIV E. STITT, fwecutor. April 17, 184*. 13ALZ, A large size Qneen of irte West" COOK ING STOVE for are on the moat reasonable terms. Any person wanting en at tide of this kind will please call at this office. A pill 10, 1849. BLACK BEAR HOTEL, 11 UNTINGDON, PENN'A. JAS. D. bIeZINIVIWW, WOULD respectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that he has leased , the above efoi known house, formerly kept by John McConne?t. and is fitting it up for the ac commodation of al! who may favor him with their custom. In point of location, the &see B sax," is the most pleasant and converiihit in Hunting don. And no pain. or expense *AI be spaniel to make the accommodations Fur ir as cannot be surpassed by any other house in the piece. The wants of the arranger and traveller will Mite y. be carefully attended to. In short, it will II ats constant aim of the proprietor to make all ! fed at home, and perfectly comfortable. e ho stop at' the " Bleck Bear." His charges will be mod erate. Permanent boarders will be arcommode• ted on remonable terms. April 10,1849. Administrator's Notice Emu of WILLMX H. BLACK, late of th. borough of Huntingdon, dec'd. NOTICE is hereby given that Letter of Ad ministration on said astute have been grant ed to the undersigned. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay. ment, and those havingclaims ur domed& against the lame to present them duly authenticated fol settlement to Dr. JACOB HOFFMAN, DAVID BLACK, Administrators, Dissolttl4ll of Partnership The Partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers in carrying on the Alexandria Foundry. under the firm of McGill & Graffius, woe by mutual consent dissolved upon the 31st day of March A.D. 1849. All persons honing unsettled accounts will attend to them immedi• ately. The books are for the present in the hands of William Graffius, in Alexandria. ROGEII C. McGILL, WM. GRAFFIUS. April 20, 1949—pd. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. The Partnership heretofore existing between. the undersigned, trading under the firm of Swoop° & Africa, in the Mercantile business, was by mutual consent, diseolvcd on the Ist day of April, 1549. _ PETER S' ()OPE DANIEL AFRICA., Huntingdon, April 10, 1849. NOTICE. ALLpersons knowing themselves indebted trr the undersigned by note, book -account or otherwise will please call and pay off their if spective arcour.ts, on or before the Ist of July next. All persons who neglect this notice will find their accounts in the hands of a proper offi• cer for collection. SWOOPE & AFRICA. Huntingdon, April 10, 1849. Administrators' Notice. Estate of WILLI.I.II LYTLE, late of Jackson township, dec'd, NOTICE is hereby given that Letters of Ad ministration on said Eetate, have been granted to the undersigned. Persona indebted to the same, are requested to make pity ment, and those having claims or demands against the some, to present them daly authenttes , ed for settlement. BENJAMIN EVEMIART, April 10, 1849. [Administrator. LATEST ARRIVAL! Great Slaughter of High Prices! The Town in Commotion ! Nobody Killed, but Several Bad. ly Wounded ! DORSEY &, 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 chin, a splendid stock of new SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, which have been selected with greet cat e. Cur stock consists of all th,, vat ions styles of LADIES' AND GENTLEMENS' DRESS GOODS, HOOTS, SHOES, and HATS of all kind..-- Hardware, Queenswere, Groceries, &c. We invite all to give ua a call, as we take pleasure in showing our Goods. Thankful for pest favors, We hope by strict attention to basins.. to receives liberal share of public patronage. Huntingdon, April 3, 1849. "Beat the " Hall of Fashion , ' who can: li. & W. SNARE, No, I, Corner Room of Snare'. Row. opposite John Whittaker'. Tavern, Huntingdon, Pa. The undersigned thankful for past favors, in form their eustomere and the public generally that they have jest received from the city, the largest, cheapest and most splendid assortment! of Readyßade Clothing, ever brought to Huntingdon. Their stock con sists of Dress and Frock Coats, t.arks and Puri na.. Coats, Pantaloons and Vests of every style and description suited to the season—warranted well made and fashionebly cut. A splendid as sortment of Bleached Muslin and Linen Shirts and Plaited Bomar.. Cotton, worsted and woolen short Stockings; suspenders and Hand kerchiefs. A gasket suit of clothes for almost nothing. He, 'vise of Hats and Caps. Pacts & Sher., Umbrellas, &s., all of which will be acid at the lowest rice.. Please call and examine before purchasing elsewhete. - - B. & W. SNARE. Duntirtgdan, April 3, 1549.