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Air IVA!. OF HE CALEDONIA.
k Later From air ropy'.
Tho steamer Caledonia, with Liverpool advi
ces to the 12th inst., arrived at 'Halifax, N. S.,
on Thursday afternoon. The'neivs by her wail
immediately d espatched by EitPress to St. John's
N. It., and nom thence, at a !the hour on Friday
night, transmitted to taltirnore by telegraph.
The Caledonia sailed from Liverpool on the
12th instant, and has consequently been nearly
thirteen days on her passage to Halifax. She
brings .ClO,OOO stetting in specie, or about
$20,000, and lorry passengers, of which fifteen
stopped at IlalVax.
no money market continues easy.
In consequence of the threarning aspect of af
fairs in France and Italy, public securities were
The bill for the modific a tion of the hivigatio'n
laws, was carried in the }foil. of Lords by a
majority of 10.
This result gives the whig ministry a new
tenor of office. _ _ .
In tha House of Commons, the Priaamentary
, Oath Gill, having for its object the release of
Jewiah disabilities, has been a second time read
'and agreed to, by a larger majority 'than before.
The House of Lorili.bni, affirmed the judg
ment of the Queen's Court of Ireland, in the
'eras of O'3rien amid McManus.
The quarrel between the various parties and
princes throughout Germany, has reached the
a Saxony the conflict has already taken place,
awl hat reaulted in favor of the people.
They fought with the troops. The railways
were taken up, in order to prevent the arrival
of troops from Berlin.
The arrival of a corps of Prhssians finally
restored Some degree of tranquility by military
force. The fight was renewed next day, and
the annonaiMg contidued until night.
On the 7th the battle was renewed, and at 4
o'clock in the morning an obstinate and bloody
conflict was cuing on in the streets.
Intelligel.ee .ruin Deaden to the Bth, states
that host.liti, are raging between the people
end the Royalists, without any immediate pros
pect of a termination. A reward has been
otltred by the latter for the members of the
Provisional Government established by the
form r. _ . .
Liiaiurbancea had broken out at Liepzig be
::Teen t 1 1 ,2 p •ople and the military, but 'th; for•
nor ha!, alter a snort struitele, been suppressed
An Insurrection had also broken out et Bres•
on thr?'2.3th,ana tae troops were fighting in
AUSTRIA AND lIITNGARY,
I, the malst of all these enietnotions, the
katr,an Government was in danger of dissolu
:,.: iron tae coatamod successes of the filings
:l,ls, woo lied ta.ien Graw, Raab, and Reysairo.
na Aussnina were in toe meantime, advan
'lnk; ,0 great iorce.
ilungarians wore excited to the highest
itch of emnusa,sat, and declare that Austria
an I Russ. co.nbined cannot subdue tnem.
I.:iffirti are baing made to stir up a rebellion
GaiLe,a, aad 111 idet t:,e whole country Iron
.'osea to restti is either involved in or on the
..rink of a revolt.
England and France have indicated their dis•
of the Russian intervention in Hun.
The French had been met in their advance to
,ards Rome by tha Republicans, and had lust
:s5 killed, and dud woo ded. Among the fur
was a Captain Oudinot.
The Danish war stiil continues. The qua,
,1 between President Bonaparte and his cousin
Arrival of the Niagara.
Seven days Later from Europe.
rba Steamship Niagara, arrived at New York
,SaiurdAy eve.iing. She brings £2,000 in
and 03 pistangers.
he Europa arr.ved at Liverpool on Mender,
ina,ins the ru.i in 9 days from New York
cualin,reial affairs tner,is no particular
I:1 t.lt: prospet. Al)..tey *continues
vacua State Stock sold in London, on
iSta, at 81, woo the only American
..c noticcci 19 toe paper, The chief dcmaind
in American Ee:uritie s is on German account.
Lire manufacturmg d.sti lets vairi.lly,
iuint is 11,12 that tne goods sent away
i• little or no profit whatever.
deetiuss in France on the 13th passed off
a single violation of good order. No
;..:;..iite opinion can yet be, formed as to the
success of parties. NO doubt is entertain
there is a large majority In favor of peace
• Constitutionnel states that the election
;:ity-t.v, Departments known on Tllrsda,
,gives the :ji;u•.vin' result i—ls 3
Lt.,tives, of which 298 are moderates, SI dein
., or aad 73 friends of the eonsti-
Anitci.ins entered the Papal States on the
an.l %Vinpsin tareatened with
. . . .
and sword all who resisted him. In the
the Neapolitans were advancing for the
6*.m: purpose, but their vanguard was met at
by the Romans and defeated. The. Net,
force conAsted of a body of 10,000
and, after a short conflict, they threw
y :heir arms and "I.
T., Romans had taken 30 prisoners and two
of artillery, with whi,h they entered
on the everting of the sth inst.
A private, who was from Rome on the 18th
iinnremcea the landing of the Spaniards at
mssino ea tne previous day.
A Ronan d.vieion, commanded by Roxelli
I . .`.lazzirappo, is said to have mitered the
Abru.r.,.ivad carried it. Garribaldi is believed
to have arrived at another point of the frontier,
rca.ly to support that movement.
T to Neapolitans are fortify ing Valetti.
a,counts concur that it will be impossi
ble to restore the Imperial pd,r2r of the Papacy
Th.! French expidition to reinstate the Pope
1,a.1 not effected an entrance into Rome at the
sst advicea. The Neapolitan army has dot
hoer. earn successful, having been defeated in an
attack on the sth inst.
Th. war in Hungary assumed no new feature,
the figl,ting goes on unremMingiy, and the for
t., of the Hungarians are reported to be in
t, a3ct.ndant. They are said to be within a
feW dap' march of Vienna, to which point the
Wiss.an are passing foward as rapidly as possi
bl,. It is thouzht that the strong protest of
France, seconded probably by England, may
have the effect to check the advance of the Rus
Soci v is :wain in a state of insurrection for
It is stat.(l that the Danish question is all
hut settled, tt;e only positive facts are, that the
Danes have haisred another defeat, and that
Lord P dlni•rq )n has infinite,' that the atten.
tion of the British Government is still directed
' to that quater, with a view to effect a restora•
tion of peace.
The D aily Nost;r Isterte thrt Denmark has
'accePted - the'Prißfbitions Made by Lord Palmer-
Itton, but what these prapositidths are, does not
The plot gradually reveals itself in Germany.
The Sovereigns have evidently combined for
the overthrow of the Liberalists.
There has been a formidable disturbance in
Dusseldorf, on the Rhine, but it has been sup.
pressed. At Frankfort the riot Was becoming
more revolutionary and anarchical every day.
All the moderate men have, in consequence, left
Ireland continues quiet and as niiserable as
Details of the outbreak in Canada, were laid
before-Parlament on the lath, which elicited
some di4cussion of no inifinetittce, beyond the
fact . that the Government evinced a determina•
tion't, sustain Lard
No forrind diseilsibn of Candian affairs would
be had, tratil after the receipt of later intelli
gence, which 'touched Liverpool probably on
- the 20th,In'the'Canibria. . .
Coati :I , liiitatcr.. , —A rather improved feeling
pfeceils in the grain trade. The flour market
is better than at the sailing of the Caledonia.
Philadelphia and Baltimore 235. a 235. tid. per
ak which price there is a moderate but
steady inquiry. The best descriptions of Ohio
are quoted at 21s. per bbl.
Com—The ingifiry for Indian corn still con
tinues, and afurther a dvance has taken place in
Meer. White is selling at 325. a 335. per qua
ter. and 315. a 30s. for yellow.
MEAL—The demand for Indian Meal is stea
dy, but the supply is small. Sales atlss. fid. to
15s. Pd. per bbl.
WHEAT.—The present sales of American
Wheat are at ss. 10d. to 75. The London and
Wakefield markets, held yesterday, were steady,
but not active.
LATEST FROM CALIFORNIA.
Col. Fremont's .41 rrivol Out.
The Mobile papers received on Tues
day, 'contain Nil act...on:lllB'dt' the news
brought by the Royal Mail steamer Sev- I
ern from Vera Cruz, with the latest ad
vices front California. The Severn am
yeti at Mobile on the 21st inst., having
left Vera Cruz on the itth•. She brought
thirty-seven passengers and $147,000 1
Among the 'passengers by the SeVern,
is Mr. Parrot, the American Coesttl at
Mazatlan. He is on his ivav to Wash
ington. He found the road from Vera
Cruz to 'Mazatlan lined with travellers
to California. A perpetual stream of
emigrants and turnottirt , rs, travelling
! by every conceivable mode of convey
! Rove, in wagons, carts, Stc., 'on horses,
1 mules and a-loot—some Without hate or
! shoes—was pouring across the country,
1 intent on reaching the gold reigons of
the West. The opportionities of con
veyance in vessels from Mazatlan to San
'Francisco were abundant. Mr. Parrot
has recently been to the latter place,
and was of opinion, that unless some ac
-1 rive mea,ures were adopted by our goy
, erment, the inhabitants would organize
! a goverment for themselves. They coin
-1 plain greatly of the neglect of Congress
at the lust session to give them a terri
A rumor reached Mr. Parrot, before
leaving Mazatlan, that a mutiny had oc
curred on the U. S. ship Ohio, in conse
quence of the recapture and attempted
punishment of a number of deserters,
who had attempted to go to the gold re
gion. Commodore Jones had succeeded '
in quelling the mutineers, and putting
them in irons. It was believed that
stitn*uf them would be capitally execu
Antiiher rumor of a revolt in the Sec-
Ond Regiment, in California, had reach
ed Mazatlan ; though the information
wits not certainly reliable.
City of Mexico papers to the 14th in
stant, were brought by this arrival.
I They contai,o news from San Francisco
as late as the 9th April. It confirms
thept:evions accounts of the abundance
Of the prebitinit inetaliC The cOrise 7
(pence Was general g..mbllng, and, not
withlstanding the scarcity of intoxicating
liquors, general inebrity. Provisions
nt the, pincers were still exorbitantly
. 1 high prie&l. .
• According i 8 the Alta Californian, the
' I magistrates of the principal towns were
about to present to Governor Smith and
Commodore Jones a memorial Of the
• stag , of the affairs of the provincial
government, begging their assistance to
carry out the plans which they had
, I adopted to preserve good order, political
and I Cointnercird. Also the legislative
assembly of the district of San Francis
co had prepared to lay before the Gov
ernor and C'ornmOdone a statement df
the means adopted rd. , the protection of
the life, liberty and prOperty of ItidiVid
'tale. It was also desired that oh the
first of August tl deputation should Meet
at Monterey to form a Constittition ftir
California, supposing that the Congness
of the Union will onmediately erect the
province into a sovereignty of the Con
A weekly paper called the "Placer
Times," is soon to be published at Sac
ramento. It is to give accurate infor ,
mat itin in relation to the mines. Sacra
mento has grown very rapidly and con
tains many handsome houses.
Plans were on foot to establish regu•
lay line of mails though California.
In the port of San Francisco there
were eighty vessels, which number was
daily augmented by new arrivals.
The town of Snn Francisco was un
der great excitement which arose from
rumors that were afloat that the roilitaL
ry were preparing to titinelc it, and that
Gen. Smith had abolished all measures
'of Safety taken by the legislature. The
alende and the council of the town were
displaced by justices df pact and pi)-
lice officers. The disorder which reign
ed in all branches of the administration
was attributed to the conduct of the late
govenor, Col. Mason.
The reporter of the "Alta clalifor
inn" says he has seen a peice of gold,
foand in the river Stanislativ, by a man
of the name of Weber, weighing 78
ounces and valued at $1248.
The Charleston Courier of 20th, has
the following telegraphic dispatch, un
der the date of
NEW ORLFANS, Mky'22.
e barque Florida arrived tit ew
Ttr Florida arrived IV
r lettios `on Monday from Chagres. Mr.
rif *the U. S. Navy, came plasm
ger in the Florida. Mr. B. has a lump
of gold in his possession worth two
thortared dollars. The accounts of the
abundance of gold heretofore published,
are said not to be exaggerated.
The Florida brings the gratifying in
telligence that Col. tremeat had arri
ved in California.
"The Groans of the Britons."
0:7 - The "noise and confusion" of the Loco
foco office-holders, as they, one by one, "klik
the bucket" under the operations of the Rough
and Ready "guillotine," is a source of infinite
amusement to the Whigs. One would think,
that after a long life of infamous polititical in
iquity, the rascals would prepare themselves to
die in something like a decent, penitent manner.
Like all old hardened, hopeless sinners, however,
they give "up the ghost" amid vollies of blas
phemies and imprecatiofis against the over-ruling,
inexorable hand that brings them unprepared, to
their final account. Nevertheless, if theie is
anyteMsOlistion in the beautifully expressed truth
There is a tear for all that die,
A mounrer o'er the humblest grave,"
they have it ; for that hoary old sinner, Father
Ritchie, has volunteered to act as chief mourn
er for the whole crowd. We wish him goA
luck in the low price of onions.
By the way, nine out of hen of. these fellows
have failed to fill the Jeflersonian s‘arnlard—and
they ittotr it. 'they ought, therefore. to
themselves the justitelfo die deceritly.—Cham
DEATH OF A CENTENARIAN. —Died,
Inst week at Noblestown, Allegheny Co.
Mr DARI3Y DUNLAVY, in the 102 d
year of his age. Mr. D. was born as we
learn in Ireland, but for many years has
resided in this county, a substantial and
respectable farmer where many of his
decendants are now living.
PICTURE OF A GUILLOTINE.—The Pitts
burgh Post has a picture of a frightful
looking instrument wich it calls a guil
lotine, with a dozen or fifteen heads scat
tered all around it. We could not pos
sibly imagine, says the Louisville Jour
nal, a more striking and palpable justi
fication than this picture affords of the
doings of the administration. A mea
ner, villanous looking set of heads and
faces were never seen on human shoul
ders— or off.
PITTSBURG AND ALLEGHENY SCRIP.-IV C
learn that the Scrip of Pittsburg. and
Allegheny County is now purchastd by
brokers at ten per cent discount. Alle
gheny City Seripis not so ready sale, in
of some defect or doubt that
exists to regard to the right of the cor
porate authorities to dispose of the c;ty
A DANIEL COME TO JUDGMENT.—Sir
Edward Ryan's chief officer's servant
had leave to go on shore ; as he was
going over the side, the mate thought
he recognized one of his own shirts on
his black boy ; he of course stOppCd hilii
and ekattiined it, and found that it real.
ly was his; he then ord'er'ed the boyii
hex to be searched, and prOperty belong
to hint and the 2d officer was found
in It. The boy was taken before Mr.
Bird for examination. The Conaular
Agent, after patiently hearing the case,
stated that he Would give his decision
On the following , day, The following
ddy eame .. and ttl : deeisidti with it: I
have iiirtde particular inquiry; <path he,
and titid that it is customary for servants
to wear their master's clothes when they
go siallote,—therC is nO charge against
the boy.—Canton Commercial List.
REMEDY FOR CHOLERA.—The British
Ambassador at Vienna, Lord Ponsonby,
in it letter to his brother, the Bishop of
Derry, states; that tb his ho wledge,
dissolied cattiphor proved to be a certain
cure fur cholera, both at Paris and in
Germany, and if taken in time, the cure
is generally effected before it is possible
to procure a physician—that is, in less
than an hour
tiALifOitNlA.—PriVnte information re ,
ceived at the Depatmeht in Washing
ton, states that preliminary Inhashres are
in progress fur the forinetion of a goV
ernment in California, which will prob
ably be consummated before the meeting
of the next Congress.
UGLY EDITORS.—The editor of the
Louisville Democrat, and Prentice of the
Louisville Journal, have been discussing
the relative personal beauty of each other
lately. Prentice says that a lady, under
the influence of chloroform, kissed the
editor of the Democrat, and, upon retur
ning to consciousness, Was tSCI mortified
at what she had done that slig Went away
and liting herself, and that tin another oc
casion, when the same ediitir tried td
look his prettiest, he was knocked down
by a fellow Odin the country who suppti
sed he was malt itig Nees at him. The ed
itor of the DeMourat retorts by saying
that Prentice might be of some service
as a "scarecrow," and Prentic in reply
denies that his neighbor of the Demo
erat could be of any use et , ett In
off the foul birds, fttie fill hough he might
"scare away the crows," he would be
wire to attract the buzzards!
In this borough, on Th4rirtlay evening, 31st
ult.. by Rev. John Miller, Rev. EPHRAIM
McCOLLUM, to Miss REBECCA HILDE
BRAND, of this borough.
'With the above notice we received a fiberfi l l
portion of the wedding cake. Those who in
their happy hours, retain kind thoughts of oth
ers, surely deserve to be Wised. And if the
arinters' wislies could rule the decrees of 'esite,
to cloud of stirttiw would ever. east a shadow
upon the fair bride's future =- and the pathway
of her wedded life, would be strewn with roses
No chnge since our last issue.
DrR. Neff & Miller
I)ESPECTFtJLLY inform the citizens of
ll Huntingdon and vicinity, that they have
'fitted up a room in ite.S. E. corner of John
ston's Hotel (enteranee through Neff' & 13ro's
JeWelry store) where they will take vent pleas
ure in attending to all who may favor them with
of all kinds, mounted on the most improved
modern style: Also, plugging, filing and clean
ing done with care and neatness.
N. B. Teeth Extracted with all the ease and
dispatch that modern science can furnish.—
TosT nn the ?9th inet., hetwetn Millereek and
I Vandevender's Bridge, k POCKET BOOK
enntsiniog show $50.00 in enonev'. knit a number
of notes on differe'nt persots end other.
The name is in the Book. Any person finding
said Book, and rimming 'to the owner, shall
Ye&Dise the eboSe revratit. , • . I
JickettiWn, June 5, 1949
A travelling "gentleman" who :ails himself
Dr. J. A. VAN DF.RSLIC E, from Holland, now
of Philadelphia, paid our town a visit last week,
for the purpose of curing all diseases, without
any other recompense than first cost for his med
icine. The public should be nn their guard,
against this old quack. His sole purpose is to
make money by charging enormous prices for
truck that will do more harm than good. In
this town he made his brags of getting a fee of
$25 00 from a poor woman, for medicine that
cost him forty-five owls ! All those who liar
bor him at night. should lock him up in his bed
room, provided there ore any females about the
house: for it is his practice to insult thorn in
day-light as well as night. A. PATIENT'.
jtine 5, 1819.
JOHN Hi WHITTAKER,
Reaperlfoliv bega leave t o inform bin filen&
and runtomem and the public. generally .that he
ha■ built a large and ennimnainna chop immedi
ately in the rear of the public hettee of Cohn
1 a hittalier. 'a., on the honk between 11 a rivet
and canal, where be will rowan tly keep on
hand (nrniittre of al kinds. of the heat quality.
emb acing all detteriptione.kintle. etv lee and va•
rietiea of parlor. medium anal plain houtteholi
niture, which will be offered for Fair at thb
In .ortler to accommodate the pui•li• with all
kinds of work in, his line of hosittess. he he's
just supplied himself with a large lot of the
bast nonlife of Cherry. Walnut, Maple, Poplar,
and all kinds of Veneering of the most popular
fashion. He will offer neither tintehed or half
finished work for sale. and will at all timca Pub.
mit his work to the most rigid inepeetion,
Merchants, Professional men, Farmers , M e .
ehanirs, Hotel Proprietor., Laboring men—all.
ore invited to rail and et amine his furniture hes
fore purchasing elsewhere. seeing is believ
Collins will he &lade on the mhorii.4.l n'otire..nt
either Cherry. Walnut nr Poplar. as may be do
sirol, and funeralailiended.
He flatten; hinnlelf that bvinduatrr clear
attention to hie htisinrsa he w ill
he abic to please
all who may give Hot n call.
tlld furniture will at all lime. he repaired in
the neate4 and most durable manner. at lOW
rate., All k of country produce will he ta
ken in exchange for furniture, repairing,&b.
Huntingdon, May 29, 1819.
"AT THE OLD §t4NDI'l
MA 111(M' SLitTAitk, HtIVIINGDON:
SPRING and SUMMER GOODS.
receivA and is now opening a sitiondid
stock of Siring and Summer Cootie, amoh'g
which mat he found every variety of
Ladies' and Gentlenteini' In'tss
in part, Cloths of all kinds, French, Belgian
end Fancy Cassimers, Kentucky Jeans, Croton,
Oregon and Tweed C oths Vestings, Flannels
and Drilling., and a variety of Cotton Goode for
summer wear; Mouslin de Lain., French
Lawns end Scenic Shawls and I 1 andkerchiefs,
Alpacas. Merino., a large assortment of Cali
coes of the newest style., and at low
Ea 'stun, French, Scotch end Domenic Ging
hams and Belzorines, French and Irish Linens
end Checks, Bed Tucking., Muslin. and sheet
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Groceries ;
Hardware, Queensware, &c,,
with a great variety of goods of all kihdo.
The above stock of Goods having been selec
ted with great care and purrhat,tl at reduced
price. for Cash,l sm enabled to offer
and hit Pa ell who want witia! I@kei exetnine my
iitock tiefore purthasing else. here. SF 1 'Mid..
iermined to fell on as rearonable terms as any
one in Pennsylvania. Please mill and see my
doodvots it affords me pleasure to shoie them
at all times.
All kinds, of Country ?induce taltiit in en
change far Goods.
Much 31, 1849.
At a meeting of the Iltireesses and Town
Council, held on the 4th day of June, 1819, the 1 Last Noticc.
following resoldtiOn was unanimously adopted :
That the citizens of the Borouzb of Hunting- ! JACOU Svross would.inforin those indebted
don, be required to cleanse their Cellars and to bite, that he has left his acct outs with D.
Drains on Monday the 11th instant, end like- , mare, Esq., fur collection. Thou. knowing
wise to sprinkle quick Lime in all such places themselves indebted will save cost. by calling at
as may require the same, in order to prevent his office soon and paying up.
sickness. JOHN ALLBRIGHT, T. C. , May I, 1149,
CHEAP a B OOK_S T OR E,
164 Chesnut Street,
earner of Seventh, Swam's Buildings,
KNOW , ING the wants of the corn
•mtinity, the Proprietor of this es
tablishment has ifieted up a store in the
most elegant tnantter,liteving due regard
to the comfott'af eugttitrre.rB, so that
every stranger visitibg fits 00olL Store,
may feel entirely at home.
HIS IMMENSE STOCK
•of Books is classified according t'o
various Departments or, Literapro, so
tharvisitor's can find the books they are
in search of for themselves. Buying
his stock for the most part at the Aue-
TION SALES, and being connected with
one of the LARGEST PUBLISHING HOUSES
in thiscountry,hesides publishing large
lv him ALL BooKs
than any Other house of a simila'r char
acter on this continent. His faCilities
for the IMPORTATION of Books from to
rope are unsurpassed, having a branch
of his stahlishiken't in London, where
orders of private ftentlemen are careful
ly executed ajxd forwarded to this Coun
lry 'by every STEAMER and PACKET.
of ttiOks with 'the 'prices attached is 6-
sued quarterly, containing Lilnt 'of New
Additions made to his large collection,
which areit all cases for sale at the
or, from 25 to 75 per cent. below Pub.
fishers' Prices. Th sin buying even a
few books, quite a considerable amount
As a still further
to strangers viii . ti . ng the city, every one
who purch i ases One Dollar's worth of
Books, Will receive a copy of the
STftlAN . Gts IN !'III,ApELPHIA r an elegant
18mo volutne; the price of which is 25
ID- The limits of this advertisement
are too confined to enumerate the prices
of soy of the 13ooks, or to give even a
faint idea of the immerse advantages to
be derived from purchasing at the Great
Crntral Cheap 800k -store, but let all who
are in teut.ch of Books send for a Cata
logue, and buy the Beats th6y dre to
want of, and when visiting the city, gi've
Appleton one call, and you will be sure
to call again.
in all Its branches, furnished at the Low
est Prices. The Initials of those purcha-
sing Letter and Note. Paper, neatly
stamped in the corner without charge.
Orders for any article mty be gent by
mail, addressed to the Proprietor,
the directions in all en. es will be fully
carried out, with great punctuality and
Orders for Catalogues should be pre-
paid. GEO. S. APPLETON,
Bookseller, Publisher, Importer, and
Stationer, 164. Chesnut St., corner of
Seventh, Stvaim's Building.
May 23, 1849.-3 m:
Orphims' Court Wale!
Y virtue of an order of the Orphan.' Court,
will be exposed to sale by public vendue or
outcry on the premises, on .
Saturday., 16th they of June nest,
a certain tract or parcel of Linic.sintle 141.1,
aitnate in West towiwllip, Huntingdon county,
adjoining land.. of Thomas Stewart Joiner and
Thoth. Hannan,- hlelchoir, sad others,
be the flame more a, lets, on which is erectbll a
iitury arid ha if log house,, cabin barn And about
40 acres cleared thereon, with a gbh(' orchard
and A good 'lining of liniestOrie Oyster, late the
estate of Henry Whiteabl, deb'd.
'I;R4S Ord Of the purchase money
to he, paid on eorlflirtiet:oh of the rale and the
reaidue in two equal annual payments, with in
terest, id lie Aeeilred by the honds a d mortgage
of the pnrehaser. M. F. CAMPI3I; 1.1.,
Attendance given by Clerk.
May 22, 1849.
Their stock has been selected with great care,.
and at lower prices than those who purcheeed
earlier, and comprises a general variety of every-
thing called for by the public. They beee a
beautiful variety of LADIES and GENTLE.
MEN'S Dress Goode, of the very !meet sty gee,
Which fur quality and cheripnese cannot be pair.
passed. In addition to their large stork of Dry
Good., Housekeepers yen be suppled with
of a superior qUility, very cheap ; litrdWare;
Queenswarei &go &e.
They invite the pubic to call arid exantine
their Mock: ThOi make no charge for show ing
' their GoeeL ,
Feb. 27 IS4a am
_ __ _ _ m. y 184 g.
.I A Z F A 'R D E , L' I Constantly on band
SALmoN, I and fur sale by
HERRINGS, J. PALMER, & CO.
PORK, f Market St. Wharf,
HAMS AND SIDES,
LARD & CHEESE,
ORPHANS' COURP SALE.
TEi undersigned will, in pitreuance of an or
derl of Court, offer for Endo us the property
of Alexander Gwin• dec'd., at public vondue on
TUESDA Y, 12th day of Jane dei t, et the Court
Hunk. in Huntingdon, a certain Lot of ground
in the Borough of Huntingdon, oh the south
weal •corner of Allegheny and lath Streets,
numbered 117 in the plan of saitl borough, and
having thereon a two-story 1)(41 dweliing hon.,
with a amble, &c. Alao the undivi:lell third
part of a tract of land• situate on the Ray slots
Branch of the Juniata Rivt, in Ilbpewell town
ship, tritintlngdon county. containing 227 acres,
bb o rebr lees, having a house and barn thereon.
Terms of Sale : Otte halt' of the purchase mu
' nev to be paid on eqndrinatinn of tho sale, end
the residue in one year thereafter with interval,
to be secured bY and mortgage.
‘A M. P. OKBISON,
TE subscrilier reapectfully lament...li to that
public that he is prepared to do work of ali
kinds connected with the Foundry Impair., ia
the best manner, and on the must reasonable
Ha has coratintly r ctn lA* 'wagon boxes,
ploughs And plough 'i'Vgtiri - es,l6flow wore, and
stoviia of va lions kinds and 'rlis cooking
SiOVN. w hich he manufactures are Mferfer to none
in the country, and are warranted to perform
the varidus operations of cook oig and baking in
• flintier equal to any, and superior to most.—
He hos three stoves calculated for either world
or cool. He hes lately procured patterns fp,-
wood and parlor gave', which fur beauty mid
'excellence cannot ho excelled. Also, stoves foe
(Acre, shops, &c., such egg stoves, cannon
Wtpi ushers. He invites persons desirous
of Pircha , ::ifg 40 give him a ca I. ne he is deter
'Mood to sell es good en article and at as Low
price. as can be uGthil led at any other plat-,
W 14,1.4.151 GRA FFICS.
Orphans , Court khte.
HY a decree of the Or, hens' t.,",dtirt of the
OfrnSy of Huntingdon, mode ,on the second
day of May in 'the year 184,9 ,Waiter 4. Atidron.
Executor of Margatet Smith, deed., late 0t",1,4 , ..
ley township. tit said county, and widow end
del isee of James Smith Mrtnerly of said county
and township. was ordered and decreed to make
sate of rhe real wale of the said Margaret Smith,
in the mid, cdunty wed toosns4iiii, consisting of a
hart of Land, containing one hundred and fifty
acre., more 'or less, with.tebeutfilqx ...reef cleat
ed lain , sad h Idt house, log stable, log swing
hcMae, and 'other improvements thereon. That
in persUance of the ssid decree of the Orphans'
( ours, the a•oresaid tract of 159 acres of Land
in Shirley township, will he sold at poh,lc outcry,
on the premises, to the highest and,(test bidder.
on Monday the 95th day of Jtine 1849, at 10
o'clock A. Miilid•ll4•
One half of the purchase money to he paidon
the confirinat ion of the sate; and the other half
thereof i.noneS . esr th reafter ; to be secured by
bond and mortgage.
Attendance will be given on the day •Ctf ittetes
on the pretnisea, by my agent, James RArnse3,
Esq. WALTER B. HUDSON.
Executor of Margaret &ARIL
May 8, 1819,
Estate t'tg John Miller, dent.
Huntingdon County, SS.
A T an Olphens' Court held at
k_ Huntingdon, in and for the
county of Huntingdon, un the
" nerd Monday (9th) April, 1849,
before Hon. George Taylor. I . resi
dent. and J erne. Gwin, and John , tewert, A,Ao
dote Judges of said t nurt on motion of A. W . ,
Benedict. EFq. the Court grantetl 8 rbfe on the
heirs and legal Tr premr merit.; of Jol,n Miller,
late of Union row rishi . yr. in maid county. orc..nmed,
to appear on the XCiond Monday of August next,
and accept Or reftier I . () take Mc Reel Estelle of
the said deceased al tife valkintion theivor. Cer
tified front the Record tinder the real of the aaid .
Court et Huntingdon the 23d day of April A.
B. 1849. by M. F. i AMi"RELL, Clerk.
May 8,1849-4 t.
W. H. SMITH. W. M. 'IN( LAIR.
SHIT , / &
Produce & Commission MetttlintA,
and Dealers in Putsburg kaniefaCtitres,
No. SG Wood strtbt kittsburg, Pa.
Refer to Mr. Groups Gyms, t ,
Messrs. &W. SszTozr, I“ unt ' n g" °n •
April 3. 1849.
LO.S OF GOOD THINGS!!
ICE CREAM, CONFECTIONARY k
Thgnlcful fur peel fovors, most respectfully in
torme the citizens of litihtingdon ■nd its •iein
ity, that lie has Made every evraihgehl . etit
miry to supply . ill 'whii nay favor him Vrlth
call, with the most choice varieties of
Confectipnaries, Cakes, Fruit,' and Nuts.
Hia private rooms air fitted up in a handsome
vty le, which will makit them a comfortable more
for.ll.adiea and Gl,ht emen.
Pnflive, cat he furnished on the ehortept notice
, ith le . ° tirearn, Confectionerici, ell kinds of
Huntingdon, May 22, 1899.
New Goods! New Goods!
1. & W. SAXTON
loceived and are now opt !Viriii •
apendid assortmcni of
SPRING & SUMMER CIGGDS
Great ladghter of Iligh Prices!
'l'o vi in Conti - notion !
Nobody . but Seyeral Bad;
fORSEY & MAUIRE
Have the eat [erection to ennouucu 10 the cit
izens of li.ontingdon end the litighl , oring coun-
try the: they have just receivn4l front the rcetetn
cities, a splendid stork of new ,
spRiNO SUAlailta GOO"D§,
which has, been FFICcIrd Nitl, gust cite. Cur
stock consists of nil 11, .1% t o • of
LAMES , A,Np GENTLEME&i
HOOTS, SHOVS, and ' I All of •11 - kinder
Hardware, Quurnewa,e thorn - ire. de.
We Invite all i‘e us a call, aa tee take
pleasure in sboieing our Goods.
Thankful fur past favor., WI bole 1 y led,*
aktentiop to 1,11.1111. es to ruche a la, al 'Le:,
of public patronage.
Hunting:Ton. Aril 3, 1949,