Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, July 31, 1849, Image 3

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French Government, particularly in regard to ,
the Italian gdestion, occasioned the funds great
ly to fluctuate.
At each turn of fortune the Afonitsur cdntains
e destiatch from General Owlinot, which gives
an elaborate and vivid description of the final
asSatilt made on the 29th of June: , ' The 116-
m 6 ins fotiaht most desperately, leaving 400 dead,
with 125 prisoners, in the hands of the French,
including 10 officers of all ranks, ndne.of whom
are described as foreigners. •
_ . _
The French admit only 0 killed ea 10 woun•
. The cholera is on the decrease in Paris. The
deaths have fallen to fewer than thirty per day.
The total number of deaths in Paris and suburbs
since the breaking out of the cholera in January
laat, is said to he more than 20,000.
The Assembly in its last sitting, unanimons
ly voted the Constitution of the Republic, and
ordered it to be deposited in the Capital as the
unanimous wish of the Roman people.
The Constitution is, by a vote of the Assem
bly, to be engraven in marble and placed in the
Capital. They also ordered funeral services to
be celebrated in St. Stephen's for those who
had fallen in defence of the Republic.
ESCAPE be GARIBAEDI went 10,000 Tgoo tas
—THE FRENCH IY PURSUlT.—Garibaldi suc
ceeded in escaping from Rome with 10,060 men.
Ile was loudly applauded as he passed through
the city. He had been in the direction of Serr
sima. It is probable he would fall in with sonis
detached force of the Neapolitans or Spaniardsi
to whom he might give trouble. His intention,
it is saint, is to invade the kingdom of Naples.
The first division of the FrehCh elipeditionarY
ugly set out in pursuit of him on the 4th.
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FUTURE. -The Conriera Mercantile, of denoa,
of the 7th, states that the Government is com
posed of three individuals, one Roman and two
Frenchmen, and has been established at Route.
By the latest accounts the Roman municipal
ity had proclaimed that no convention had been
made the French.
The Pontifical arms had been put up. The
tri-color remained.
The regular Roman troops will be stationed
at Leoni and Turatino. At present they ure
in the barracks at Rome.
holds out against the Austrians, and continues
to make a vigorous resistance. The city car
ries on its principal defence from two small
forts, at about one thousand yards from the first
'houses of Venice, one situated on the small
island of San Leondo, and the other on the rail
road bridge. 'rho Austrian shells do not reach
any further than four hundred yards.
Within 'Venice provisions are very scarce.—
Nothinw but black bread, half baked, is to be
got. Meat and wine have become luxuries.—
Still the calm determination to resist reigns
among the Venitians.
dence from Turin of the Bth, states that
M. Prande, Secretary of the Sardinian
in London, arrived at Turin with des
patches of great and urgent importance.
It is said that they contain the wish of
Lord Palmerston that Sardinia should
not at present resume negotiations of
peace with Austria, as England wished
to save Italy from the abyss into which
she appears ready to fall.
Hungary and Austria,
INCIDENTS, &C.—The Hungarians dont in
no to carry on the unequal struggle
with indomitable energy mid courage.
Advices from Vienna of the '7th have
been received. The statements of the
victory won by Ban Jellachich prove to
be altogether unfounded. The Ban is
still in the back countries, and though
he has had an engagement with the
Magyars, the affair seems to have been
of little importance.
The imperial troops on the right bank
of-the Danube, after leaving Raab, fol
lowed the returning Hungarians. and
Appear to bare obtained seine advantage
iit Acs, where, it is said, 500 Hungari
ans were made prisoners.
The Austrian headquarters were then
iernoved to Babylona, where the Etnpe
tor was.
HOURS' BATTLE.— , -The Hungarians ap
pear to have retired to nn entrenchment,
Camp and works, at the head of a bridge
thrown from the right bank of the Dan
ube td Comorn, from which point they
iminumvred with 2.0 squddrons of horse,
and kept up a tire with 50 guns for eight
hours, but their infantry renlitinned in
their eritrenchtrletitt. One field battery
ventured beyond the protection of the
guns in the entrenchment, and a regi
tnent of Austrian light horses attacked
and captured the battery, after cutting
down the greater part of the men at their
guns. The battery , Consisted of six
pounders and two twelVes.
rr•The Russian eorps haVing entered
Transylvania, has succeeded, after an
Obstinate resistance, in taking 'I ornases
Pass, which was strongly fortified.
The-Russians forced their way through
With the bayonet, and entered Cronstadt
On the sante day, the 20th of June. E
leien cannon and standard were the
trophies of this day.
The. Cossacks succeeded in capturing
Gen . Wyss, who was wounded, and had
been handed over to the Austrians.
Other accounts from Transylvania
state that the other Russian corps had
entered 13istric, alter a sharp action
with the Hungarians.
The Austrians garrison at Raab had
been compelled to surrender that for
OPENING OF THE DIET.-A letter from
Vienna in the Independence of Brussels,
States that the Hungarians have retaken
Byigetin, and that the diet was to : be
bpened on the 18th:
icTottious.—intelligence had been re
beived by the Nation, a Belgian journal,
1 . 4,1,h6 following effect :—On the lit and
of July, Dembrinskt, with his own
corps d'armes, and all the reterte of the
veteran troops drawn from the army of 1 , ;
operations now acting in different parts 1 B y
virtue of Sulidity *tits of Lev. Fa:
of Hungary, amounting altogether
, te
and Vend. Ex. now in my Bands, I
80,000 men, attached the Russian army, ' will sell at the CoUrt House, in the bor..
consisting of 110,000 men commanded ough'of Huntingdon, oti Mrinday the 13th
by Prince .Paskewitch, in the defiles day of August next, at 2 O'clock, P. M.,
bet4een Miskoley. and Oilan. 'fbe nt- at Public Vendee or outcry, the follow
tack todk place in the flank, ed as to drive
ing described Real Estate; viz
the corps, critttirfadded by the Prince in
, All that certain tract of Ishd, elluidP iit Casa
person, Han the nitirShbs of the Theiss. toutaahip. Huntingdon comm. containing about
We have not received any details of 300 acres, moro or lika,.aititunitig lands at Jut
this ithportant battle, but the success Miller's heirs. Grow Qat,. iy. jllllllr. Dca, and
seems to havd bden so complete that Letts Mout ) ta i in . ott
( t i tto ett i t, , t o . having thereon
the samoHnngarian reserve of veterans, (.:,
ti r i e ti ' s7le d d a :t n i l d a i s
m di ' rl b 4 t r' stable , a l ituut g I ' oo ' acres
to the nunther of 40,000 men, marched
clears I. Beiztil and taken in cxecJtion, and to
the next day by Wanton, for Comorn, ~,, sold oft the tw „ poity of i„itn Quarry with no.
to reinforce the army of Georgey, who ti,b to Mathias M i ller , T erra Tenaht .
since the 4th of July, has been able to , ..ILSO,
resume the offensive against the Alas. i All therltitt, title and Interest of defendrint
trian armies.lin and to a certain tract of land situate in Shin
. ... .
Dembrinski, With 65,000 Melt; was
in pursuit of the remains of the army of
PaskeWitch i and It is probable that im
mediately after the news of Dernbrinski's
vidtory becomes knOwn i the warlike
population in the defiles in which the
Russian Prince has imprudently enga
ged himself, will rind cu Masse) to Cut
off his retreat in the passes.
with issued on the 27th tilt. l at Baden
Pesth, a proclamation calling upon the,
people in the most emphatic language,'
to rise in arms against the invader, The
campaign against the Austro-Russian
army, is called a cursade, as it is mani
festly intended to work on the religious
feelings of the people, and its style is
said to be most eloquent and impassion
Kossuth left Pesti' on the 2d, for Szi.
... ... .
Sadetadt was fearfully bombarded on
the 7ih, but according to the last ac
counts, it held out, and the garrison
had hoisted the black flag in token that
they would rather die than surrender.
murderous fight with pistols—one of
the barbarous conflicts delicately soften.
ed into renconeres, in the fashionable
newspaper parlance of the day-occiir
red at Paducah Court-house on the 4th
instant, between Judge Campbell and
Benedict Austin. As in case of Cassius
M. Clay and Mr. Turner, the occasion
was a public, meeting, incident to the
election of members of the convention,
both being candidates. Accordin,g,to
the account before us,
Austin was very
insulting to Campbell, and gave him the
lie ; Campbell struck him and he struck
Campbell, with superior force ; where
upon Campbell out pistol and shot his
man dead. Of course he wits exoner
ated and discharged by the magistrates
*ho examined into the matter.
riIIs.ADELPIIIA, July 27, 4840.
Vi.ona.--The foreign news has improved pri
ces—common Western brands old Flour are
selling at $4,75 ; and $ l B7. V;; 00 is given for
fresh ground. Extra acid fancy brands are held
at ssi a $5.1. Rye Flo& is quoted at $2.
CORN IVlEnt..=-Sale of Pentisytvatiiti at ;
Brandywine is held at $2,74 a $7.
WHEAT:—aPrime Pennsylvania reds are held
at 81,05 a 81,00, arid white ht $l,lO a $1,12;
new red 81,03.
RvE-.cls in mdderate request. at 27c. a 58c.
Coits.Sales of yellow Curn at 00e. per
bushel of 59 lbs.; white is worth 57 a 58c.
Oats.--Southern oats are held at 29 a 706;
Pennsylvania at 32.5 33c.
bbls. Vic., in hhds. 2I c.
On the 26th inst., in this borough, Mrs. VA•
•rio\ct Hot.'Annt, ut an ailvarided
VX THE REAS by precept to me directed, da-
V V ted nt Huntingdon, the 21st due of April
1819, under the Molds and seals of the Hon.
George Taylor, Prmident of the Court of
Common Plum, Oyer and Terminer and general
jail dolivety of the 20th judicial district al Penn
sylvania, composed of the counties of Hunting
don, Mifflin and Union, and the Hons. James
Gwin and John niewait, his associates, judges of
thecounty of Huntingdon, justices assigned, ap
pointed to hear, try, and determine all and every
indictments and presentments, made or taken for
or concerning all crimes, which by the laws of the
Cmnitionwetilth are made capital or felonies of
death tirtd other ollences, crimes and mistlemeaaots,
which have been, or shall be committed or perpe
trated within mild county, or all persons who are
or thaliliereaher be cothinitted or perpetrated, for
clinks df,irtistild, I aid eiiiumantied to make pro-
Isnumion throughout my wholn that
Court of Oyer and Terminer, Quarter t.:.essions
and Common Pleas, will be held ut the Court
Hume, iu the borough of Huntingdon, on the 2d
Monday (and 13th day) of August 1849, and
those who will prosecute the said prisoners, he
then mkt there to prosecute them as tt shall he
juet, and that all justices of the peace, enrone.,
and conatables within the said county; Un then
and there its their proper Persons, nt 10 it'eldek
A. NI. of acid day, with their records, inquisitiods,
emmlitiation4 Old remembrances, to do those
things which tti.their offices respectively aprimbrin.
MA 7'711E 1V CHO W.NU VE R, 81teritil
hae timers OFFUE,
July 24,1849,
OWING to the large number of causes in. the
Criminsl Courts, and the consequent proba
bility that none of the causes oil the CIVIL LIST
can lio tried, it his been deemed silsisahle by
those interested to continue all the rain.. on t ho
civir. list. PaltiCe find mitt'•+c interested in
any eivit.cati , es are therefore rotified not to tit
tend at t h e August Court.
The Grand and Traverse Jurors will attend as
notified on the second Monday (first ~eok of
Court,) of August, tor the trial of tho trittilnat
Juraii summoned for the third Monday
(second week of Court) of August, are hereby
notified ndt to attend. As there will be no civil
cease, tried their attendance will not be necessa
ry. M. CROWNOVER, Sheriff.
Seattle?, Oulu:, t.
Huntingdon, July 114, I S
ley township Huntingdon county, Hill valley,
containing about 10d acres, more or less, adjoin
idg lands of ,dmuel Shaver, John Daugherty,
and others, having thereon erected n small house,
cabin barn, and saw mill; 40 acres cleared, more
dr less. Seised and taken in execution, and to
be sold as the property of Thomas H. Pollock.
All that certain piece or parcel of ground con
taining two lots in the town of Walteisville in the
township of Weir, in Blair county, having there.
on erected a twostory frame house. Seized and
taken in execution and to be sold as the property
ofJohn R. Martin.
All that certain lot of ground situate in Jack
son township, Huntingdon county, containing
about twn scan, more or less, adjoinirig 'undo of
John Duff :-atnuel Mitchell, and others, having
thereon erected a Furnace, (known as Jsclison
Furnace,) and saw mill. one house, &e. Seized
and Wien in execution and to be sold as the
property of Joseph Vance.
M. CRO WNOV EH, Sheriff.
Huntingdon, July 21, 1842.
Corner .Mulberry and Montgomery . Sts,
\%7M. HI.YNOLIIa, Jr.. tvoirld respectfully
V announce to tlto eitixena of Huntingdon
and eliewhere, that he bohtinues to devote his
whole limo and at entioh to reoffering. all com
fortable *ita duly flueut the above house with their
custom. hlis house is faceted in the most busi
ness port of Hollidaysburg, end his long expe
rienceiti the business wdrritnts him in sa)ing
that his accommodations eahnot be surpassed by
airy other house in the interns of ihe State.
G.:7lltlcks can he had at all times for 43edford
Springs at the Exchange Hotel 4:0
July 24,1849-35.
Register's Notice.
VOTIOE is hereby given to all per
sons concerned, that the following
named persons have settled their ac
counts in the Register's Office at Hunt
ingdon, and that the said accounts will
be presented 'for confirmation and• al
lowance, at the Orphans' Court, to be
held at Huntingdon. in and for the coun
ty of Huntingdon, on Wednesday, the
15th day of August next to wit:
1. James Moore and John Given, Administra
tors of Thomas Lloyd, late of Walker township,
2. Isaiah Shore and William Thompson. Ad
ministrators of Reese Thompson, late of Crom
•.tell township. deed.
d. lanthe Plowman, Executrix. of Absalom
Plowman, late of Brady township, deed.
4. Jamos Ewing, Administrator of William
Ewing,, late of West township, deceased.
5. Matthew Crownover, Administrator of
Daniel Glatier, late of HemiersOn township,
B,Thitmas Stewart,
of Henry
Whitesell, late of West township t ilee'd.
Johp Owens, Guardian of Eliz abeth C. Sin
clair, n minor child of Itoliert Sinclair, late of
Tyrone township, now B.air cdnnty, dec'd.
B. John Owens, Guardian a Ellen Sinclair,
a minor child of Robert Siuclair,late of Tyrone
township t now Blair, decd , now inter
ntarticd With WM. M'Murren. ,
14. William Ilamniond, Guardiiin•cif DdrOtli
Keller, a daughter of Jacob Keller, late fir
Morris township, dec'd.
10. William Hammond, Gua,rdian of Mar,,a
rrt Keller, a daughter of Jacob Keller, late of
Morris township, dee'd, now intermarried With
John Hoover.
11. Joseph Hazlett, Executor of Elizabeth
Shaw, late of Warriorsmark township, deed..
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12. Alexander Thompson, Guardian of the
minor children of David Jackson, late of Barren
township, der'd.
M. F. CAMPBELL, Register,
Rrnimat's OFFICE, t
Eiuniing4ori,ly 13,_1819. 5-
poR Razors, Surgical Instruments, and all
Cutlery, warranted to produce a fine
smooth edge in one minute or the money re.
turned. GEO. GWIN,
Sole Agent for Hunntingdon, Pa.
July 17, 1819-3 m.
N. B. One or two good travelling agents
wanted. Active and enterprising me.. can make
from three to five dollars per day *.ddress C.
HATcli, Harrisburg, Pa.
Estate of GeOrge He fright, late of llun
tingdon borough, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given, that letters. Testa
mentary on said estate, have been granted to
the utide,rsigned. All persona knowing them
aelveii indebted will plensu make payment inune
di.iiely, snit those hewing demands ag inst tha
Who, will preeeitt theM,,iliily authenticated, for
settlentent. , DAVID SNARL,
July 17, 1849-61,
Administrator's Notice.
Estate of .I.ICOB .11PRIC.1, late of
tho borough of Huntingdon, dec'd.
VOTICII leereby given that Leiters of Ad
.ll Ministration on said estate have heed grt Hi
ed to die undersigned. All pet-gobs indebted to
said Mato are requested to Make immediate pay
ment, and tlidao havitrgclaiiria ur dome itie against
the same to proiierit than! duly aotheinicaiiiti for
settlement td W. 8.
Athniiiiat, °lora
July 1.7.1649--6 t
To Lel.
ACOMFORTABLE dwelling hones, in thin
Borough, ran he had to rent immediately,
to a careful family. Apply at this oth,:e:
June 26, 1849.
The Misses Plume, Principals.
gams is a select Family Boarding, and Dar.
j_ School; Chambersburg agrding a most
desirable location for the litirpose of such an
This eeablishment Occtipies one of the most
deliotifdl Situations in the town. Surrounded by
extensive grounds, containing ornamental trees,
shrubbery, and tine fruit ; it is peculiarly adap
ted to the purpose of a Boarding School. These
grounds afford the young ladies opportunity for
amusement and exercise, without leaving the
care of their teachers, who embrece the advan- '
tnges these hdurs 'of relaxation offer for
min -
ling agreeably with them, thus studying Aim
characters, securing their uft:ctorts, and advanc
ing, their improvement in various respects.
The boarding pupils form a family circle with
their Teachers ; and enjoy all the comforts, and
happy influences of a well regulated home.—
Their personal habits and manners are watched
over with interest .d care, and abundant testi
mony has been given to the rapid improvement'
of those entrusted to them, in these respects. 1
The coarse of instruction pursued is extensive
and thorough, embracing all the various bhaches
of an English education, the Latin and French
languages, Music and Drawing. The advantages
for Music are very superior, such as are seldom'
to be found in any Institution.
Pupils sell be carried through the regular
course and receive Diplomas as testimonials at
its close, or such branches be selected as the
parent or guardian may choose. The number of
pupils is limited, as it is the chief object and
sincere desire of the Principals to benefit these
committed to their care; and, as far as possible;
instruction is given by themselves in preference
to employing assistants ; but in the .choice, of
Teachers who must, to some extent, be associ
ated with them, the greatest care,is taken, and
those only selected, Whose views of teaching are
congenial, and . whom they can imPlcitly trust.
The principals of this Institution design that
its advantages, Literary, Moral and Religious,
shall be of the highest order, and no efforts shall
be spared to make them at least equal to those
of any other, either in the city or country. It
is a chartered Institution, and under the care of
a Board of Trustees.
A new term will commence upon the Ist of
geptember, and applications for admission or
any further information may he made to the
Misses Pinned, at their residence, or to any of
the gentlemen df the committee in .Chambers
burg, dr to John G. Miles, Esq., John Scdtt,
Esq., Huntingdon.
The undersigned Committee of this Board
take pleasure in commending the Institution to
the confidence of the public and the patronage
of parents who would secure for their daughters
the advantages of a thoroUgh and liberal edu
dhainbersbilrg Vemaie Seminary has
long occupied an elevated position in tl.o public
estimation as a school of Uncommon merit. It
hits contributed in dd small degree to elevate the
standard of female edttcatiOn in our country, fo
deepen dud extetid the ctinviction of its import•
once; and td furnigh incOnfestable rimer Of the
advantages which such a system, prOperly con
ducted, is destined to confer oil a community.
Such evidence has been amply furnished In the
history of this Institution. It has been emi
nently successful in training the minds and dis
ciplining the atlbctions of not a few who are
null tilling with dignity responsible stations in
the domestic and social circles of life, and who
are exerting an e,i!eicrit internee on the well
being of society.
Of the young Ladies whe have charge of the
Institution, the Committee deem it needless to
speak in the way of commendation. Their
character, and qualifications as teachers, are of
the highest order. We can therefore, safely say
to parents who wish to place their daughters at
Boarding School, that this is an Institution to
which they may send them with entire confi
dence that they will be watched over with ma
ternal care and furnished with every requisite
felicity for receiving an accomplished Christian
Frederick Smith, Esq., Barnard Wolff, S. D.
Culberston, M. D., Rev. Daniel McKinley,
Rev. B. S. Sehneek, Committee.
July lith, 1819,L7t,
Eiec4t ors' Notice,
Estate of tV1Li.1..4:11 :RO it RIO'S late
of West township, dee'd,
NOTICE is hereby given that letterstestamen
ry h art , bow" ortinted to }lto undersigned iwthe
estate of William ft.therts; tote of West
township. leceased. Persons knowing themselves
indebted will come fbrtvardand make paymeattan
all those having ',lntros will present 'licit duly au
. . . . 1:V11.1.1:17:1 ROBERTS,
idly 10, 1849.] Executor,.
CrOgGE CM IN, committee' rippoiri led liY
the doOrt of Ciiiiitnan Pleas, of Huntingdon
county, to take eliarq, of the pefson and estate
of Mrs. Jane Bateman, of the borough of litiii
tingtion. a lunatic, has filed his account no Com
mittee or Trustee on aforesaid, in the race of the
Piothonotary, of the said Court, which account
will be presented to the said Court for confirma
tion and allowance, on the second Monday of
August next, ot which time the same will be con
fv me 1 and allowed, unless exceptions thereto be
filed on or before that day,
THEo. 11. CREME IL Prbtlionotary,
PnwiliosiirAmy'd ,
Hunlingilon, July 10,1849.
°AraAiwa , count. SAX E.
Y virtue of a decree of the Orpha:,s' Cduti,
of Huntingdon county, will, lie exposed to
lelle by public vendue or out-cry, the premises,
by the undersigned, appointed a trustee for that
purpose, un MONDAY, the 6th of AUHUST
next, two certain pieces; parcels or lets of ground,
situate in the village of 6initlitivld, in Welkei
township, Huntingdon count ; one of Said par
cels being a lot a n d a half ofgrouhil 011 thb
northerly side of the turnpike road, adjoining a
lot in the occupation of Militia limier, with II
two story Log House thereon erected; also, ono
lot on the southerly side of the said turnpike,
with a *mall stable thereon erected, adjoining •011
the west, it let owned by Adam Hoffman t lute the
estate of Catharine Eeklebergei,ili,eetiseil.
TERMS—One-half of the ithrbbase money to ,
be paid on confirmation of the sue, and the test
due in one year therealter with interest, to h.,
secured by the bond and mortgage of the purcha
ed. M. F. CAMPBELL, r leek,
Attendance Given by
Huntingdon,July 0,1849-31. Trustee.
Watches! Watches ! !
r HE suliectitter hes jolt received from Phila
delphia, another choice lot of GOLD AND
SILVER WATCHES, which makes his assort.;
meat again complete. If you want aO4 watch
at the very lowest price, now is your time.
July 17, 1849. J. 'l'. SCOTT.
lot Valuable Real 13state.
sUbseribers will sell at Public
Sale, on thb Oernises, on
rllonday the 27th day r f 4ugust, 181.9,
All that valuable Real Estate situate in
Barree township, Ifuntingdn county,
about seven miles from the Pelid'a canal,
and Central Railroad, and on the
Road leafing from Petersburg to fine
Grove, eontainine• about
700 ..Icres 'Limestone Land,
and about 4.00 acresof which are cleared, i
and in a good state of cultivation, the
woodland being all first rate Timber
Land and heavily timbered ; and there
is an ;:xcellcnt seite for a Saw Mill, on
never tailing stream. There are erec
ted on the said Land two houses and
two barns, small, but in a tderable state
of repair.
The above Tract of Land will be di;ii;
ded into two, three, or more parts, and
sold separately ; or it will be sold alto
gether, as will best suit those desiring
to purchase,
The Terriis shall be made so as to swt
purchasers, and will be definitely made
known on the day of sale: An indispu
table title will be given;
Any further infertnatloit den be had
by applying to, either of the undersigned.
June 19 ; 1849—ts.
Sgent f;rtrie sal;;IS - o - u — th - u,:o - r7te - .llanu•
fa - c•uting Co's Writing - P•pers.
Whareho►►se No. 3 !Minor St
100 eases of the above superior Papers now in
store, and for sale to the Wide at the lowest
market prices. consisting in putt of—
Fine thick Flat Laps, 12, 14, 15, and 16 lbs..
blue and white.
Superfine Medium and Demi NV ritinga, blue
ancl, white. „
Eitra super and superfine Polio Posts, bine and
white plain anti ruled.
Superitne Commercial Posta, blue and white,
plain and ruled.
Extra super Linen Note Papers, plain and
gilt. .
tnopeifhe and fine Dill Pariera, lung and broad.
:.'operltne and floe Uouming•Hoeao t.„ ape and
Post, blue and while.
liktrii super Congress Caps and Letters, plain
and ruled, blue and white.
. .
Extra super Congress Cops and Letters, gilt.
Superfine Sermon Caps and Posts.
Superfine blue linen thin Letters.
Extra super Bath Poets, blue cud while, plaiu
and ruled.
Eurihroidered !Cate Papers and Envelopes.
"Lawyer'S" Wier Papers.
Eliipsidne and tine Cape and Poets, rued dtad
plain, Idtte and tiftlte, various qba!itiei slid pri
Also, 1000 reams white and assorted Shoe Pa
pers, Bonnet Hoards, white and assorted Tissue,
Ten, WI wine., Envelope, assorted and blue Me
diums, Cap wrapliers, Hardware Papers, &c.
July 10, 1949.-6 in.
Commission 14terchants,
7 15 IR 3 it 7731 q
Teas, Ntg•ars,
.11" o. 1.1. Walnut Street,
cc,i Consignments of Western and Southern
Produce solicited.
June 12, 1440.
Vdtatc of
. 111 . 1 41li'llV PUNK, late of Wai
iio,staark toldaskip, deetl,
Into of Warriormark dite'd, have
teen granted to the undersigned. All persons in
debted to said ostnteare requested to make imme
diate payment, and those having claims or de.
Malck ne tinstthe same to present them duly an.
ti entiedttd foe settlement to
hily 3,1849,
Great Slaughter of 111gh Prices!
The Town iii Coininotiarri
Nobody Killed, but Several Bad
ly Wounded !
Have the satisfaction to announce to the cit
izens of Huntingdon and the neighboring
try that they hilvejuat rtenived front the ecisteth
titles, a epleftthid stork of new
which have bern sclecied N III grub! Illy. • Cur
stock consioA of all Ow Atl:it 1 F
Bobts,stiOES, and HATS of all kinds.—
Hard ware, Queensivare, Groceries, rS; c.
We invite all lb give us a call, as wo take
lileuaure in shoivihg our Goods.
Tliunkful for past favors, we bore by strict
attention lit busintss to receive o 111,10 share
of ptibllc patronage.
Huntingdon, April 3. 1849.
IN conaequence of the unprecedented tore by
fire sustained by the Lyc , uting Mutual insu
ralpe Company since &veining lost, the Board
of Di octal, havo reluctantly been compelled td
direct another ateettament of 2 pEr veer on the
premium notes id force 'Week. fo thE Gth tidy
of April, 1849. It is hoped that the prevent call
on members, will be met with promptitude, that
the claims Of the aulTerers May ho promptly paid.
By °tire!' of the Hoard of Directors.
T. K. SI M ONTaN, lieedvor.
Htintingjen,july 94, 1840.
alai Thretsbin,t Machine,
AF four horse power, will be sold cheap
kifot . cash or Country' , produce, by
H. K. NEFF & BRO; •
June 26, '49. j Huntingdon, Pi;
Huntingdon, lionn.yli•ania.
The undersigned announces to his former pa-,
trons and the friends of sound Education gener
ally, that he i 3 about to establish, in. the new
fluntingdon.Acadenly!' budding, a permanent
PRIVATE SCHOOL for young persona and
children of both seine:. .
. .
The course of instruction will comprise all
the branches usually taught in the beat English
Academies, and will be well suited to prepare
pupils for the .ordinary avocations of life, and
the more important and responsible duties cf
good citizens. .. .
The internal management of the school will
b e w ith the Teacher; . but lie will be assisted by
the general a 13oaril of nine gen.i
tlemen, justly esteemed for their private worth,
public spirit, and corfect and comprehensive
educational views. With
.this unportant aid,
and sustained by the ntrprehatien anti kind .en
couragement of many .uf the .liest .d purest
minds in this community, the undersigned fads
confident that he will be able to introduce with
case, and maintain without difficulty, such Beg
if 1ta1.,: as will give to the Institution, a high
wir..ty., as Well as intellectual character
icluiracter that gill sidnire the confidence arid
respect of all good ins!;: . .
, . .
The building is a new three iturYlifiek strue-
Ittre delightfully situated on the high ground
hack Of town, and attording a commanding view
Of the valley of Huntingdon and its agreeable
mountain scenery. The school room is. large
eel well ventillated; and the chainheri ea° sd
arranged as to accommodate comfortably, see-
eral boarders, who will be taken on .reason. l&
terms, and treated with all the faithfulness that
parental solicitude can desire dr trnficisc. The
number of pupils will be comparatively limited;
and the sexes always kept separate except
when in the recitat:on room. 'rite school year
will be divided into four Sessions of eleven
weeks edeh with suitable vacations; the tirsi
session commencing, this year. iu :Tilly pr Au
gust; but hereaftek not until the lifit of SeP
Tcamt OP Terriox PER SESSION :-Primary
classes $3,00. llgnzra ph; , with the ; use of
Globes and Oritline Maps, Gramniar;
&c., $3:50 Astronomy, PisilosnphY,
Book-Keeping, the various branchei of 'Mathe
matics, &c., $4.00
For particulars apply to the Teacher,
Rev. John Peebles. Win. P. Orbison, Esq.;
Hon. Geo. Taylor, M. Crownoter, Esq., Judge
Uwin, Maj. James Steel, Maj. Wm. B. Zeigler,
Messts, James Allison, James Maguire, and
John N. Prowell, M. A. Hendersqn, M. D.;
J. 11. Dorsey, Maj. P. MeMurtrie,
Thos.. Fisl,er, Wrii. - Parris, .t: P. Anderson;
A. W.• Benedict, Esq., then. A. It. Wilson,
John Ker, Jacob Miller, Esq.; Jas: Clark.
Hnntin•don, June 19, 1,19.
,---• ' ... ga v ii l ase Itrz, teic
41,111. .:„!„tt? , 2x,:irr:44 : - =..,8 c
L ,: d iil 4 , 41;1, e•el . 9.t .
J 2 j - .., : g, : d - ,i ; L . , , , v . :' 01„,.t.--. c.,
/i::liajfri'L& . , ; 11 i : t
u :tiMp a o., •
~. ••,„_ ,„Fiti, , „
'nil. excellent compound, which never fails
in the cure of Fever and Ague, is for 591 e by th 6
propnetor's agent, T READ & SON, Hunt
ingdon; L. G. KESSLER, Mill Creek.
me, Doctor What is the cause of this sallow
Complexion, jaundiced eye, depression of spirits,
pain iii
, lhe side and shoulder, wear ini•rs of body,
bittin• taste In the mouth I Such is the inquiry,
an t i such ilia sYmptems of many a sufferer! It
is the liver which is diseased, end the Ghuhtgogue
is the remedy always successful in curing
Try it, and judge for yourself. For cute by
shove named agents.
. . •
I em to he tortured froth day lb any With (hid
horrible Ague, exclaims the, poirr sufferer ichoie
I,itq.bas.becoine a burden from the racking parex
yenta of an intermittent,. and whore confidence
human aid iv destra)Cd by the failure of rem
edies to produce th.s promised relief. such hes
.been tile
.situation of
,thousands who are now
rejoicing in all the hlts.ssines of health from the
use of Dr. Oagooll'a India Cholagogue. In no
instance duecit fail to effect a speedy and perina
nent cure. Fur sale by above named agents.
" 11.. v few who think aright among the thihkihg
How many never think, but only think They Jo."
In fhe above exclamation is on no F c t morn
folly exemplified than on that br health. But
fern give itn single thought. and fewer still re
flect upon duseivaiiOn and good sense
which *pattern of tilifoir ClillSefitlellee receive.
As observation teaches the lac t that Dr. Osgood's
India Oholagigiih is i never foiling remedy in
Fever and Ague, emu] sense would surely indi.
mite its proiqt add immediate use. For sale by
the above named agents.
June c:6; if 449.
Juniata Cabinet • Manufacturing
Respectfully begs leave to info' in his friend?:
and customers and the public generallv,that he
has built a large unit coniniothuuc Shop imittedf:
ately in the rear of the thitlit !Ann, of John
\\ hittaker,!,., on the bank between the rivet
and canal, whets he (vitt constantly tier kerp oft
hand furniture of al kindo, of the best quality,
ettilt acing all desceisttions, kinds, at) lea and va.
tie ties of parert, tfiediuin and plain tiottoehol,
fu niture, which will be otTeriel fur sale at the
th cider to accommodate the pnblit with alt
kinds df Work in his line of bniificss, do lion
just supplied liiinself Vital 8 !Argo lot of the
bast qnslity of Cherry,.tValnut, Maple, Poplar,
and all hintls of 'Veneering of the inof popular
cashroti. fre will otter neither botched or halt:
finished not is for sato, and will of all tithes sub-
Work to the aunt rigid inspeytion. 2 ,
Merchants, Professional nlcn, Mt.
Hotel Props ietors, Labtflillg
ore invited to call and examine his turttitute..lte:
fore [Mit:basing elsewhere. Is believ
ing," . .
Coffins will be elide oo the shortest initiee, or
either Cherry, Walnut' or Poplar, as n . iaY be
aired, arid funerals attended.
Lb flatters 'Mimi( that by industry and rinse
it , ciatiim to his httiinesti, fie will be able to plc'ase
all ho may give biro a cell.
Old fmoiture will at all times be repaired iit
the neatest and Mina' duratile manlier. it lev
Tided. All kinds of country protlibe ixdil he to.
ken in exchange for furniture, repairin:,
Huntingdon. May ¶9, 184 P.