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C I ANADA.
ANNEXATI6N TO THE UNITED STATES
The intelligence from Canada, inform
ing:iti of the movement apliodtial in
'favor of annexation to the United States
is highly important, An address to the
pebple of Canada has just appeared With
the signatures of some thtit . baridred of
,inflneptiel citizens orMobtr&tl.
sets forth the man evils under which
the Provinces are su ffering.; it discusses
various propositions for relief f and
conies to the conclusion that the final .
Mrtedy for mambal grievances zeirsists
In a "friendly end peaceful separation
from Iritish connections?, and a union
upon equitable terms wit,l&thr great •A . "th
.4merican Confedercy of Sovereign
This avowal is calmly made; and
along with it goes the expressitio of sen
thnents of kindness and respect towards
,Great Britain, without whose eonsent it
'is declared that separation is not to be
considered as either practicable or desi
The change of policy which fttis ta
ken place in England, by which her
dependencies lose all the advantages,
while they retain all the inconveniences
of the Colonial relation, has evidently
prepared the public mind of Canada for
a disruption of the ties that bind her to
the mother country. While the Corn
Laws continued, the produce of Canada
had the benefit of a high protection in
the markets of Great Britain. The
abrogation of those laws places Canada
upon the feinting of other countries—
with this difference, that while the Brit
ish market offers no advantage to Cana
da, the Canadian market is monopolized
, by British manufacturers.
' It is worth while to note the stress
which is laid upon this fact in the Mon
treal Manifesto. If Canada could have
home manufactures she might give up
the benefits formerly derived from the
Corn Las. But it is not the policy of
England that her colonies should manu
facture anything. "With super-abun
dant water power and cheap labor, espe
cially in Lower Canada," says the Ad
dress, "we have yet no domestic manu
factures ; nor can the most sanguine,
unless under altered circumstances, an
ticipate the home growth, or advent
from foreign parts, of either capital or
enterprise, to embark in this great
source of national wealth."
The movement at Montreal is the first
definite step in the matter of annexation
and it seems to bring the issue into a
startling prominence. It is intimated
in some quarters that local discontents
have instigated many to join in this
Manifesto, who have no wish to see an
nextion consummated but desire merely
4 to alarm the British Government and to
intimidate it if possible, into acquies
cence with their demands. But the
thing once started will be likely to get
beyond the control of finesse and such
petty diplomacy. The tendency to
wards annexation grows out of that
hatural instinct which impels a people
to demand a political existence of their
oWn when the colonial state no longer
contributes to their growth and prosper
ity. Canada, as a parasite plant would
have clung longer to the parent stock,
if it could have continued to draw sub
sistence therefrom. But now that she
ha. to pay the expenses of her own
government, without any commercial
privileges pertaining to her relation with
Great Britain, it is quite natural that
she should wish to enjoy for herself all
the advantages of self-government.
PitmAntLeitis Ruvrs.—Death front if,juries4
—Mr. Edward Lelar, brother of Sheriff Lelar,
died at his residence inGerman street, on Thurs
day afternoon. His death was precipitated by a
blow in the stomach, while with the Sheriffdu
duping the riots of Tuesday night. This makes
three persons killed, including Griffith and Him
melbright. The Pennsylvanian of the 13th
It is the Intention of the authorities to have
the military on duty some days.
The appearance of the neighborhood is any
thin . else than what it is in ordinary times.
Hundreds of people are seen ip every , direction
and many are actively engaged in moving-their
house-hdld effects from the immediate neigh
borhood. Ipn.pidcehely hope the whole affair
is now at an' end, and that another outbreak like
it will not again occur in the city for years to
DESPERATE EFPORT FOR FREEDO3I.-A
negro named ,‘ . H. Anderson, incarcer
ated in the Michigan State Prison for
murder getting some favors shown in
the way of liberty to walk about the
prison yard, made a desperate attempt
to escape. He unfastened the ball and
chain from his ancles, got upon the roof
of the main building, leaped 22 feet to
the roof of the guard house thence 3
feet to the wall where he was seen and
fired at by the guard, the bullet hitting
him in the right arm. Still keeping on
ho was fired on and shot again clean
through the body above the hip. He
fell outsicke r but got up and !mem across
the'river, when he made for the shore.
Here his pursuers came up, and after a
hard fight captured him. Notwithstan.
din his wciands he will recover.
HOGGISH.-A Paddy writing from the
' 1 est, says pork is so plenty that "every
third maa 'rou meet is a hog.'
Does not the echo in the oeean•shef
tell of the worm which once inhabited
it ; and shalt not man's good deeds live
;after him and sing his praise.
We are unable: to give the full details of the
late foreign news, brought by the steamer pu
iopa. The most important feature in the news
is the threatened itipture b'stveeeh Russia anti
Turkey. We give the folfoviing comment Opon
the news froin Teem's
The intellifonce from Europe receited
by the Europa, haull of interest' and
will disuse allueyeir re be turned towards
Turkiy to milt' ?he' progress of ‘eVettits
Mitre threatened ritpttire between, that
goternrnent and Russia, groWing out of
the refusal of the .Sultan to surrender
to the Czar the Hungarian refugees...—
Theta is something .so . tioble and gener
ous in the puaiffon taketi by the Sultan,
and so much baseness and tyranny in
'the demands of the Czar that the whole
civilized world cannot but commend the
one and condemn the other. The de
plorable and melancholy termination of
the gallant and well conducted struggle
of the Hungarians for their nation's free
dom, stems to have redoubled the dispo
sition of Russia for oppression ; and the
Emperor seems determined to pursue to
the death the few Magyar refugees who
have sought succor and protection in
Turkey. His effort, however to bring
them within his grasp has met the firm
but temperate resistance of the Sultan,
with whom hospitality is an article of
religious faith and who having promised
the vanquished exiles protection, will
not yield them oven to the Autocrat of
the strongest empire in the world, who
can bring into the field his 700,000 men.
There is yet doubt as to what the decis
ion of the Czar will be, or whether his
reply will be n declaration of war but
in the meantim.: England and France
have not been indifferent spectators of
the outrage which Russia would perpe
trate on the rights of nations and if war
shall ensue, Turkey will have ample aid
in defending the great cause of humani
ty. Looking at all the propabilities and
the disturbed condition of the countries
under Russian domination we do not an
ticipate that Russia will declare war
but if it comes it can only result in Rus
sia's humiliation. Her demand is an.
just and contrary to a law which ought
to be held in sacred regard by all
The intelligence from France is of
but little importance. The Poussin af
fair for obvious reasons had created no
excitement. M. Bois Le Compt, would
at once set out for Washington. The
affairs at Rome continue disturbed and
threatening, and from other parts of
Europe there is little worthy of ebpecial
comment. The Europa doubtless arri
ved at Boston yesterday and we shall
receive to day the details of her adviees.
A New ERA . S. Salton, of New
ark, has invented and put in operation at Boone
ton, the New York Tribune says, a triple cham
ber, by which wrought iron, now commanding
$45 pet ton in the market, may be made for
$3O. The Tribune describes the process as
Into the tipper chamber of which good iron ore
(any Which does not turn out a great deal of
stag) and anthracite coal, pulverized and mixed
are placed, and lire bring applied, the coal is
consumed and the ore melted ; whereupon it is
allowed to descend into the next chamber, and
thence into the next, (but not exposed to the
air at any time,) and fleetly drawn off at the bot
tom, fully transformed into malleable ( wrought)
iron or blooms, ready to be rolled or hammered
as may be desired.
On the 16th inst. by the Rev. J. Y. Me;in
nes, Mr. Jotry 11. BLAIR to Miss MARY HOLMES
daughter of George McConnel, all of Upper
Tuscarora Tally, Pa.
On the 18th inst. by the snttie, Mr. JOHN
SWAN, to Miss MARY, daughter of Mr. John
Rouse, all of Dublin township, Huntingdon
41 & 13
NORTH THIRD STREET,
A. II HIRST
Would respectfully inform his friends and the
travelling public generally, that he has leased
the above large and well known Hotel. The
location is one of the very heat for business
men in Philadelphia, and he flatters himself that
hy.giving it his entire attention, that he will be
able to tentlet perfect satisfaction tO all who
may favor him with their custom.
He returns thanks for the very liberal sup+
port already extender! to him by his fried& df
Huntingdon and the neighboring counties, and
begs leave to assure them that he will spare no
pains or expense to render the CITY HOTiL
worthy of their continued support.
Philadelphia, Oct. 30, 1919-Iy.
BARRXEIBU n.G, PA:
MITE Proprietor of this large and well known
I Hotel, would respectfully inform the public
that it has recently been enlarged, repainted in
side and outside, newly papered, and thoroughly
renovated throughout. This has been done at a
very large expense, and with the view of keeping
pace with the improving taste and spirit of the
age. He now flatters himself that he can ac
commodate hid friends in a style beyond the abil
ity of any other landlord at the,al of Govern
ment, He has In his employ attentive and obit
gingeorvard.. Cooks of long experionce, and he
is determined to spare no expense to furnish his
table with the very best that can be procured in
the market. It is with great confidente in his
ability to render entire satisfaction, that he in.
vitesmembera of the Legislature and others to
make his house their stopping place While in
He would beg leave to return his sincere
thanks to his friends on the Juniata. for the very
liveral support heretofore extended to his house,
and respectfully solicit a continuance of their pa
tronage: W. COVERLY.
Hairi.bigg. Oct. 30,1840-3 m.
pi; RE California Gold wedding rings for sale
bY NEFF & MILLER.
Oct. 30, 1819.
awqKP Zaluaamiam. 2 2
• NEFF & MILLER
HAVE ,this morning received, at , the .rild
stakf of H. K. Non & Bno., an entire,
, new , " stock of ,
Chocks and Waftelles,
e l Jewelry, Cutlery, 4tatiattary,
' Perfumery Soaps, tVc.
which is positively the largesl, best
-. and most faihtenable, and cheapest
assortment eVer ihret'ed for'sale in the place.
Having in thelfemploy one of the hest work
men in the State, they can moat confidently en
gage to repair Clocks and Watches as cheap and
as well as it can be done in any of the Eastern
public are politely requested to call and
test the truth of out declarations. The proof
is in trying. • • - • • • •
N. B. The highest prices given for old gold
Remember No. 1001 Market Square, Hun•
October 30, 1819.
The anglo-Saxons have Come ✓lgain !
THE Public are respectfully informed
3. Sic AartOn
have just received Ihe largest and best assort
rall and Winter Coods
ever brought to this place, comprising all the
various articles generally kept at other stores,
with the addition of a great many articles nev
or offered fur sale in this place. Their stock con
Sattinetts, Vestings, Tweed cloth. Kentucky
Jenne, Canton Flannel,Flannels of all colors,
Table Diaper, Signaling, Calicoes, Gingham.,
Mouslin de sines, Cashmeres, Meritioes,
A Ipaccag, Silks, Mull Jacconet and
Cambric Muslim Linen Cambric,
Silk ar.d cotton handkerchiefs. Fur
niture check & ca icoee , Rioves,
Shawls and Trimming..
Mem', and Bogs' Boots and Shoes,
Cloth and Mimed caps, Cravats and Suspenders,
Looking Chases, bed Blankets Carpets, Arc.—
They have also an extensive assortment of
Groceries, Hardware, and Queensware,
They have a lot of Bonnets of the very latest
style. They have also a great variety of Cedar
Ware, such as Tubs, Buckets. Baskets of all
kinds. sALT, FISH, and PL \ STER. All
of these articles will be sold as low as they can
be bought at any other establishment cast of the
They are determined to sell off their old stock
of Goods at and under cost. Look out for bar
Huntingdon, October 30, 1899.
Chair and Furniture
I UZ , ' CR a. Zi) =LL). a) cc) ma as 2
Up Stairs above Peter Swoope's Store
and Sheriff Crownover's office, and three
doors east of ./'lcKinney's Hotel.
THE undersigned has again corn
menced the above business in all its
various branches, and is now pre
pared to accommodate all who may
/ favor him with their custom on the
most reasonable terms.
He intends keeping on hand all kinds of
CHAIRS and FURNITURE, from common to
the moat fashionable sty e, and made in the most
durable manner, which he will cell low for cash
or country produce.
All kinds of Lumber taken in exchange for
chairs or furniture.
COFFINS will at all timos be kept on hand,
and funeraJs attended in town, and shortly in
town and country, as he is getting a splendid
hearse made for the accommodation of the public.
fovea ♦ND SION PAINTING attended to as
usual. THO. ADAMS.
Huntingdon. October 30, 1849.
MIEN WOOD ACADEMY•
A boarding School for Young Sten,
Shade Gap Huntingdon county, Pa.
RSV. S. Y. I'eGINNES, A. M., AND 3. 11. W. 3l'•
GINNES, A. M., PItINCIPALS
THE Winter Session will commence on the
first Wednesday of November, and continue five
months. The ci urse of instruction embracesall
the branches neressary to prepare young men
either for the higher classes in College. or for
the studies of a profession and the active busi
ness of life. The Academy building is new,
commodious. and in every way adapted to tote
accommodation of a large number of boarders,
The location is distinguished for its healthful
ness and religious character of the surrounding
community. It is easy of deems, being on rho
stage 'route connecting Ehambeisburg with the
Central Httilroad at Drake's Ferry.
Tcltst4 Phit BESSION .—Por Orthography,
Reading and writing, $6; Arithmetic, tiergrd
phy, Grammar, Composition, Natural Philoso
phy, Astronomy, I histology, Chemistry, &e. $8;
Mathematics, Greek end Latin Languages, $l2
French and German, each $5. Boarding, excl.
sive of fuel & light, $1,25 per week. For referenbe
or fur thee particulars ailiiresa
JAMES Y. M'GiNNIJS.
Shade Gap, Oct. 30, 1849.
Ei'Blair County Whig please copy .It.
Ladies and 'Gentlemen
./lnd see the best assortment of Goods
in our place.
Best quality of Men's Boots and Shoes, fine
Fine cork-soled men's call skin boots.
Men's water proof boots.
Men's gum and buffalo socke,best qualty.
Boys ind Children's beet quality of boots.
Ladies Morocco shoes, half gaiters & low boots
Ladies best quality of gum shoes and also
men's silk hats and cloth caps of best quality &
latest fashion, and also a variety of other articleic
Noctographic paper of nli calms, for sale cheap
Oct. 23, 1812.
FISH aND S,IL7',
FOl2 ealo at the Cheap Store of
Oct IG, 49.] CEO C WIN
SA DM. rS.
A GOOD assortment of well finished Saddles
now on hand and for sale m the Saddle end
Manufactory of Win. Glasgow, oppo
site the Post Office, Huntingdon.
Huntingdon, ‘ugust 1849.
BLANK DEEDS AND BONDS FOR
SALE AT THIS OFFICE.
Vatuatie Ural. ISptate tit . WAR 'WITH FIiANCE .
Orphans' coot Skip. - i - 1 - S no wool very gene,. ity• egvecreell Still great ,
1 N pursuance of no order of the Orphans'Court 1 "' ileum " IT recently been produced in
I of Huntingdon county, will be offered for Huntingdon by the arrival of a moat aplendid
sale at public vendor or outcry On the
promise . I assortment of
on THCROIDAY TOO Bth day of Novereals, 1849, 1 • Fall and Winter Goo d a,
all that certain Messuage,Plemolion, and tract : at the old and popular stand of
of lend, (part of the Rea! estate of Robert Mame
at the borough or liltintingdon, deceased,} ail u- i 33.aseca). Up- •sKrillati,
ate In Walker township in raid county, near the ; Marta Squeires; Huntingdon,
village of Bntithficd and the Turnpike road, and', Hie stock comprises Dry Goods, Groceries, I
about one mile west of of the borough of Nun- Queensware, Cutlery ,Caps, Shoes, Boots, Man!
Wiwi., adjoining lands ofJohn McCall., John Umbrel as Bonnets, &c. He has a splendid as
,lildebrand. John Xerr and others, containing sortment of French, Englinh and. A merican
147 ' me ' he the came more or 1"11' about 159 1 CLOTHS, C.ISSIMER ES ./IND
acres of which are cleared, about 50 acre. there- , V ESTINGS,
of being meadow ground, with a new frame .
dwelling house. n large new frame barn, and a Cassinets and Jeans in great variety. Also,
young apple orchard thereon. ; Ready-made Clothing, of all kinds,
ALSO. On relent the 9th day of NOVE.. A cur.-fully PPIPCieII variety of Silks, Merinos,
ay., 1849, will be fee ed on' the premises, ell' Alpacces, Cashmeres, Helaine*, Prints,
that other certain Menstope, plantation, and • Ribbons, Laces, &c.
tract of hind, (alto pn'rt of the real estate of the as well as every variety of .
Bald Robert Nloore, tlee'd,) situate on Spruce , Ladies Dress and Trimming Goods :
Creek, near Colerain Forges, in Franklin town•
Ai l; in s aid county, adjoining lands of '-,ho
Stewart & of David Henderson, the lien
tingdon Furnnce lands and lands of others,
containing 360 acres and 136 perches and al
lowance, be the same more or lees; n large part
of,which ft cleared, with a large two story brick
dwelling house, a large frame barn, and other
buildings and Improvements thereon.
Teams of SALE..—One third of the purchase
money to he paid on the ccmfirmntion of the sale;
another third In one veer thereafter with interest;
and the remaining third on or immediately after
the death of Margaret Moore, widow of the .aid
Robert Moore. deceased, the interest of which
last mentioned third to be paid regulsrly and
annually,to the said widow dining h •r life--said
payments, &c. to be secured by the bonds and A TRACT OF LAND,
mortgages of the purchasers. By the Court,
M. F. C \ mpi,c,,r. Clerk. I Situate in said township adjoining toads upon
which John Beaver now residea and others. The
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock P. M., of each above valuable tract of basil is well worthy the
of said days. Attendance will be given by
CE, i 1• ~,,,N , it, 1 attention of purchaaers. Any person wishing to
Acting Ex'r of Robert Moore, decd. view the premise.; can call upon the subscrsibers.
T ycho form on Spruce creek is first rate to be Ten ' tit—One third " f the purchase money
limestone tand, in a
iiiiiieation. paid on confirmation of sale, one-third in
one year thereafter, and one-third in two years,
o d c uc utt e y n 7T i t a ia moreover.ncil. surpassed wel ' l situ- ya with niter ''' . "in " nfiriiiiitnin of auk ' to he
secured by bond and morfease of the purchaser,
fed, being in a desirable neighborhood, and
M. F. CAMPBELL. Clerk.
where there is a'ways a good cash market far es- '
Attendance given by JOHN GARNER &
erything produced on a form . It is situated near 1
the Water Street and "Truce Creek Turnpike' ,-,
Oct.- - , n
1849.) E xecui ors
and about ono mile from the Pa. Railroad. An 1 g , 1849. E
this property could he divided so as to make
two fat tn , ,, bidders may possibly make arrange
rnents to purchase in view of a subsequent di.
The property neat Huntingdon is valuable
from its location, and th 3 improvements upon it.
The purchaser will find it necessary to spend
but little upon either the fences or the buildings.
Oct. 16, 1849.] G. lI.S.
THE Subscriber will offer at public sale St
the Court !louse, on WEDNESDAY Tus 15th
DAY or NOVEMBER NEXT, at 1 o clock P. M.,
the House and Lot upon which she resides, sit
uate at the west end of llill street in the borough
of I luntingdon.
The Lot fronts 75 feet oh Hill street. the
improvements consist of a large two story brick
house with a besement story. stabling and all
necessary out buildings ; and are such as to ren
der the proper ty a convenient and comfortable
place of residence.
. . . .
TEWma will he 'wide known at the Nile, or
m iy he learned' in the mean time, by application
to George Taylor.
Huntingdon, Octdber 16, 1849.
THEREAS by precept to me direeted, da•
ted at Huntingdon. the 18th day of Attgr
1849, under the hands and seals of the Hon.
George Taylor, President of the Court of
Common Pleas, Oyer and Terminer and general
jail delivery of the 20th judicial district of Penn.
sylvania, composed of the counties of Hunting.
don, Mifflin and Union, and thd Hons. James
Gwin and John ,tewart, kis associates, judges of
thecounty of Huntingdon, justices assigned, air*
pointed to hear, try, and determine all and every
indictments and presentments, !node or taken for
or concerning all critnes.which by the lowa of the
Commonwealth are made capital or felonies of
death and other offences,crimes and misdemeanors,
which have been, or shall be committed dr perpea
trated within said county. or all persona who art
or r hell hereafter be committed or perpetrated, for
crimes aforesaid, I am edminanded to make pro.
lamation throughout toy whole bailiwick, that a
Court of Oyer and Terminer, Quarter -essions
and Common Pleas, will lie bold at the Court
House, in the borough of Huntingdon, on the 2d
Monday (and i 2th day) of ISO, 1849, and
those who will prosecute the said prisoners, be
then and there to prosecute them as it shall be
just, and that all justices of the pence, coroner,
arid constables within the said county, be then
and there in their proper Persona, at 10 o'clock
A. M. of said tiny, with their records,inquisitlons,
extminations ahtl remembrahres, to do those
things which to their afire respectively appertain.
MATTHEW CROWNOVER, Sheriff.
Su ' , nave a ()eve e,
Oct. 16 1849,
P ROC LAM,4I7OJr.
Artil;ilEAB,by precept to me tilted.' by the
VI/ Judges of the Common Pleas of the coun
ty of Huntingdon bearing tt st the B.h day of
August, A. D. 1849.1 am commanded to make
public proclamation throughout my whol e
wick that a Court of Common Pleas. will he held
at 0, Court House in the borough of Huntingdon,
in the county of Huntingdon, on the 3,1 Monday
(and 19th day) of Nov, A. D. 1849. for the
trial of all issues in said court, which ',main un
determined before the said jud g es, when and
where all jurors, witnesses and suit°, in the
rial of said issues are regnii ed.
;If-47'TUE IV rl? WNOVE I?, 3 hcrili
Huntingdon, Oct. 18 1819.
rarniers and Othora.
Philip L. Fox Esq. is duly authorized to con
tract, as agent of the company. for the delivery
nn the line of the Penh. Hall Hood, of all the
cross ties that may be required, betweed Hunt
ingdon and the Op, Tyrone for , e.
Persons disposed to furnish tit, in small or
large quantities, are requested to confer with
him upon the subject—by letter directed to
'Huntingdon, or by p,sonal interview.
• J. EDGAR THOMPSON
Penna. R. 11. Co.
Oct. 23d 1810-1 mo.
nr all kinds, very cheap, for sale at the Sloro
U of GDO. (MIX.
All of which will he sold at p rice% to compete
with anything in the place. as he is determined
that no one can or shall undersell him for cash
or approved country,produee.
Those desiring, good goods and fine styles, at
low prices, ere respectfully invited to r csll, soon
at his store where they will find the above fully
verified. GEO. G WIN.
Huntingdon, October 9, 1849. •
ORPELANS' COURT SALE.
- ny virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court
jj of Huntingdon county, will be expired to
rude by tine undersigned Executors of • toe last
will of Matthew Garner, late of Penn township,
Huntingdon county, deceased, on SATURDAY
the 3d day of NIMMIIHR 1:X T,
THC undersigned auditor, appointed by the
Court to marshal the assets and distribute the I
fund in the hands of Drice lilair, Assignee op-
pointed by the Court in the room of J.. P.
Hudson, deed, who was assignee of Wm. A.
Hudson and John A. Hudson, to and among the
creditors of said John A. and Wm. A. Hudson,
will attend to the duties of his eppointanent at
the Prothonotary's office in the borough of Hun•
tingdon, on Tuesday the 6th day of November
next. A.D. 1819, at 'd o'clock P. M. of said day,
when and where all persons having any claimer.
said fund wi , I give their attendance, otheriwiso
they will be debarred thereafter from coming in
for any share thereof.
JACOB MILLER, Auditor.
October 9, 1849.-4.
.qDJIIIJVISTRATOR'S NOVICE, — I.
Estate of J.4.41ES 12.3.115EY, late of
the borough of. alesandria, Hunting
don county, deceased.
NOTIC:Fi is hereby given that Letters of
Administraish on said estate flute been
granted to the undersigned. All persbns in
debted to said estate aro requested to make im
mediate payment and those having claittis or de
nidnda against the sante to present them duly
authenticated lbr settlement to
J, -,MYTH READ,
Oct t 9, 1949-6t.] Administrator.
IPIIII V I VE SCIIOOII4,
YOll. the Intellocteal sad Morel training el
young persons and children of both sexes,
rrr by J. A. II ALL, in the now Academy
building, Huntingdon, Po.
The tall sesrion will commence on MONDAY,
THE BTH DAY On Ocronsri, iterr. For par
ticulars apply to the Teacher.
. . -
J. A. HALL
Rev. John Peebles, James Steel, F.sq., Dr. A.
M. Henderson, Mr. James Maguire, Maj. W.
B. Zeigler, Hon. Johr Kerr, Maj. D. McMtir•
trie, Hon. George Taylor ; and James Clark.
ride into% Olk W
undersigned , auditors, by the
Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county.,
to distribute the proceeds of the Sheriff's sale
of the property of William Johnston amongst
those entitled thereto, hereby give notice that
they will attend for that purpose, on Sat 1,4,4
the 10th day qf Novetaher were, at 1 o'clock in
the afternoon, at 'the Prothonotary's office in
Huntingdon, when'and where all pefstins inter
ested can attend If they think proper.
1 4 , H. CIIEMER,
October 16, 1819. Auditors
Leaves hate their time to fall,
And fldwers to wither at the north winds breath,
And stars to set; bat all—
Thou halt all seasons for thine own, 0, Death !
Carting 3111 t Ornamental
r7'lIF. subscribers wish to inform the public
phia, a large stock of the
Pure White American Marble,
and are prepared to exectite any orders for
Tomb Stones, &c., in the neatest and most
workmanlike Manlier, and on the shortest notice.
Persons . wishing to procure stones &c:, will
make application to A. W. KINN. ' only tray
ellinz agent, or address KINNEY St
KINNEY & SELLER,
Williamsburg, Oct 16,1819-3 m.
SA max i
HAMS AND SIDES,
LARD & CHEESE,
Constantly on band
and for sale by
.1. PALMER, 6z Co.
Atari:et St. Wharf,
Sep. 11, 1819.-3 m
Estate of C.4III,IIiIYE .11TILIXD,
late of Morn', town,/,ip,
NOTIC I:: is herel.) given that lettert•testamen
tary have been 4 anted to tho ti d, 'hived ()mho
estate of Catharine Anr.tnd i Into of Marti.
township.ileceatied. l'enoin.kn..wing themselves
indebted willcome forward and make payment;
all those having claims oil Ipresentthem duly so ,
October 16, 1849.]
Wonder..l - al Reduction in lie P ! rictis of
Clothing at the Pall of Fa.yliion,4
Does not produce en excitement equal to that
of cheap Roadi-made Clothing now opening at
the Hall of l'`anion.' by R. & W. SNARE,
corner Rooin of Snare's Row, opposite John
• -• .
Thankful for past favors, We respectfully in
crm our customers and the public generally that
we have just received and are now opening a
splendid assortment of
Fall and %tinter Clothing,
our stock consists of fine black French Drew'
and Frock Coma, Drab French, Wav er and
Mackenaw Over coats, Tagliona d black cloth
...acks, Cloaks of all kinis, liusiness Logos, Pea
A fine msortment of eassimere Pants, consist•
fog of fine black, medium fancy French of dif
ferent styles—and cassiiirts. A great rariity of
Vests, stir+ an flue satin, silk velvet, plaid,
mere, Ike. Fine Shirts from $l.OO tO 2 Aft,—
nolen and Comm. knit under Shirts. Drawers
and ZAtockings. Bosoms, rol!ms, French end
other Sospi !leers. A fine lIFFIAMMI rat of boy's
New styles of Hats end Cape rhols & (411,r,
Umbrellas, nc., in fr..,t I'Very thing usually kept
in Ready-made Clothing Stores. nrd of qtr.lities
calculated to please and accomnioilate the pnhltr.
Hypo wish to keep up with the times and
foul s, call at the "Hall of Fashion."
B. 6: W. SNARE.
Huntingdon, Sept. 18, 1849.
Notice 10 Claiman
A T. persons haring claims for materials fur
nislied from January 1946 to February
1849, for the Upper Division of the Pennsylre ,
nia Canal extending from McVeytown to Holli
daysburg, will send ih the date, amount and na
ture of their claims to me immediately. 'Phis
notice is not intended to include claims for pro
visions, horse feed, Ace.
Person:: having check rolls in their hands will
send in their amount and date, •
J. P. ANDERSON,
Su, Upper Div. Pa. Cana'.
Huntingdon, October 15, 1849.
CIIhAPER, MAN EVER /
norom Sc. Naguirt.
AVE just opened at their old Stand a new
and splendid assortment of
Fall and Winter Goods,
The stock embraces Cloths, Cassimeres, Sati
nets, Vestings, Croton Cloths,Cashmeres and
Cashmeretts, Tweeds Mohair ords, Drillings,
Velvet Cords, French Cassimeres, Doe Skin
do., white and fancy Marseilles, &c. A splen
did assortment of
Ladies Dress loons.
An elegant assortment of striped, fignred anti
plain Silks, Baregcs, Chatley, Muslin de Laines,
Alpaccas, Lustres, Ginghams, Lawns, Malls,
Jaconeta, Botnbazines, striped and plaid Mus
h., &c. Also a large and elegant assortment
df Calicoes and Milslins. A large and carefully
selected assortment of
RE.IDY .11.4 DE CLOTHLSG
which will be sold at prices to suit purchasers.
Besides this they have
Hardware, Quecnsware, Glassware-
and an unparalleled supply of
All df which Will be sold at a small advance
on cost—at the Cheap Stand of
DORSET & MAGUIRE.
Huntingdon, Otc. 2, 1819.
0. and W. 11. Zeigler.
THE subscribers have now started, and will
I have on hand a genera, assortment of cast
ings, consisting of Cooking Stoves, Air-tight,
Parlor, Tev.plate, Wood and Coal stoves--all
of which are new patterns not before introduced
into this section of country. Also, a variety of
Plough patterns of the kinds now in use. A
general assortme; t of Hollow-ware castings, con.
slating of Kettles. Dutch Ovens, Skillets, Pans,
&C., &c. Mine laneous articles, such as Wag
on Boxes, Sled and Sleigh Soles, Smoothing
Irons no ling Mill and Forge castings, V% in
dow Grates for cellars, ',index and sills for hou
ses, bosh Weights and Water Pipes ; also Sweg
At vile and Nlandrels for Blacksmiths, made to
order on the shortest notice. We will sell eve.
ry article in our line on the most reasonablo
terrne for Cosh, and will take all kind: , of court•
try produce aril old metal in exchange for cast
togs. The Foundry is situated at the Southern
end of ilutitingilim. along the canal, where ono
of them can always be found, or at the Tin and
Stove shop of \A'. It. Zeigler, Noi Ii East cor
ner of Market Square in iluntinndon• One of
thorn being n practical ;Moulder, and experienc
ed in the business. feels confident that they will
render s itisfaction to all who may favor them
with a cull, H. C. MeGILL,
W. B. ZEWLER•
limitingilon, Oct. 2, 1849-Gm,
VOTICE is hereby given to all per-
IN suns concerted, that the following
nntned per Sons 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
lownnee, at the Orphans' Court, to be
held nt Huntingdon, in and for the coun
ty of Huntingdon,, on Wednesday, the
144 h day of November next to wit
1. Jacob Shoop, Executor of Philip Shoop,
late of Tell township, tlee'd.
2. George Hallman, administrator of Adam
Hallman, late of West township, dee'd.
3. Thomas Reese, Administrator of Catha
rine Roller, late of Woodbury township, (now
Blair county,) deed.
4. ThomaS Carberry, and John Carberry,
Administrators of Thomas Carberry, late of Toil
v. Pete' Long, Adetinistrator of Mary Long,
fate of Shirley township, dec'd.
6. John C. %Yid , " Administrator of Jame.-
Davis. Esq., who was ailtninistrator of Cornc•
bus Davis, late of Jackson township, deed. •
7. Jonathan Elias, 'Aillninistrator of Jacob'
Elias, late of Tod township,,deed.
S. George S: Cryder, Ekeeittor of Israel Cry'
Viler, late of 'Porter township, di c'd. •
9. • Edward Bowers, Aihninktratorof William
Kelly, late of Brady township, deed. •
M. F. CAMPBELL, Register.
iluntingdnit, Oct. 16, ISIS.
- 108 PRINTING NEATLY EXECI:
J TED AT THIS OFFICE,