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ports to Gen. Guyon, the Irish officer,
and the British subjects who bad been
in the service of Hungary.
The Porte has declared the Island of
Samos in a state of blockade, owing to l
the continuance of disturbance.
The assassinations of French soldiers
It was not expected that the Pope
Would return soon, or that the French
army would leave immediately. Great
hostility was still maintained towards
An Austrian envoy had arrived in
Rome to conclude a treaty of commerce
for the navigation of the river Po.
Calpalco, one of the Neapolitan in
surrectionists, has beeh arrested in
In speaking of the returnof the Pope
io Rome, a correspondent of of the Lon
don Times says—" If he returns, it
must be under the protection of for
eign bayonets, for among the People at
large little sympathy is avowed, and all
biasses dread so much the restoration of
clerical intolerance, that no one can per
suade himself it may be excluded from
the papal train.
Should the Pope neglect to prepare
the way for his return, it will be a trou
The English Press devotes much space
to the consideration of Canadian annex
ation address, and its tone and temper
Ls highly commended. The London
Times says, that by whomsoever the
document is proposed or concocted, it
reflects great credit on the tact, skill and
adroitness of its authors.
In speaking of the possible assent of
England to the annexation of Canada to
the United States, the Times says :
" Yet the conduct of the people will be
directed by motives of prudence and
interest alone—if they think they can
do without Canada, then and then only,
Will they give up Canada.
" But in surrendering Canada, they
will take care not to surrender one jot
br sea or land, the possession of which
nearly and effectively concerns the mar
atime and commercial importance of
a They twill not cede Mit% Scotia—
they will not cede Cape Breton—they
twill not cede those seaboards and har
bors, which must ever command the
Moutii of St. Lawrence, and protect the
trade of the Atlantic."
Death of Judge Huston.
Irr'Judge HT'STON, formerly of the Supreme
Court of this State, died at his residence, in
Bellefonte, on Saturd4last, in his 80th year.
He was much respected in and out of his profes
sion. He held a seat upon the , bench until he
was incapacitated by advanced age, in conse
quence of constitutional limitation.
PIIILADELSITTA, Nov. 16, 1819.
The receipts for Flour are increasing, but they
are yet moderate. The demand for shipment
Continues limited, and only lasoo bbls common
brand sold at 5,00 per bbl. For city consume-
ties, the sale: are limited at previous rates.
RVE FLOUR, is but lide inquired after. Sales
of la2oo bbls. at $3,00 per bbl.
Cons MEAL continues (lull at $3,06:
ilitAts—Sales of 5a6,000 bu. good and prime
red at $1,06a1,07, and white at $1,13.
RvE--But Mile offering: We quote Penne:
at 62c. and Southren at 65e.
CORN-h dull. We quote yellow at 05 awl
'White and 62c., but no sales havr transpired.
Oars sell slowly, Southern at 28a30c, and
Penn's.at 31 per bit.
. . _
WHISKEY is • scarce. Sales in bbls. and hhds.
at 28e., with further sales.
SEEDS—There is very little cloverseed
Coming in, and the market is firm at old rates.
We quote at s4#add for old and new seed. Tim
bthy is in steady derntind, with sales in lots at
s2a2i. Flaxseed is selling at 1.l cts. Inca-
. IRON—The market continues stagnant and
dull, and prices in the few sales making are
within the range of $19a20 for Anthracite, $2l
for Scotch, and $22a26 for Charcoal Pig, on
time. A small sale of northern Blooms was
made at $l5 cash.
On Tuesday the 20th inst, by the Rev. Geo,
Elliott, Mr. WILLIAM PHILIPS, to Miss SUS,
Mooits, all of Alexandria, Pa.
ORPHANS' CORM' BALL.
DY order of the Orphans' Court of Hunting
donl) County, the undersingned, appointed
Trustees by said Court, will expose to sale on
the premises, by public vendue or outcry, be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 2 o'-
Clock P. M. on
Monday the 17th day of December, 1849,
the Real Estate of John Miller, lec'd, consist
• ing of a tract of land, situate in Union township,
Huntingdon county, contatnik
and the usual allowance. Said land adjoins
lands of Matthias Miller, Henry Dell, John
Chilcoat's heirs, Michael Querry, &c., having
thereon erected a cabin house and log barn, a
sinall stable and granary. There is a good ap-
I orchard on the premises.
TERMS.—One-third of the purchase money
to be paid on confirmation of the sale, and one
third in one year thereafter, and the remaining
one-third in two years after confirmation , .-with
interest, to be secured by the bond and mort
gage of the purchaser. By the Conri,
M. F. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
Nov. 20 1849.1
6 1-1 Cents Reward.
RAN AWAY from the subacri
bar residing tear McConnelatown,
Huntingdon county, on the 12 th
November, JOHN HAMILTON,
‘l°) an indentured apprentice to the
Farming business. Said Hamilton
is about 16 years of age. All per
sona Vre forbid trusting or harboring said boy on
my account. HENRY J. SWOOPE.
Nov. 20, 180.
Orphans' Court Sale of
HE following described Real Estate,
late the property of Abraham Long,
dec'ci, in ptirsuance of an order of the Orphans'
COurt, will be exposed to public sale on the
premises, at the followingtimes and places, viz:
On 'Wednesday, the 26th day of b e
nd.et, at 10 o'clock A. M., there will be offered
for sale 6n the premises, near the residence Of
William McLain, in Dublin township, Hunting
don county, the four following tracts, to wit :
All that valuable
TRACT OF LIMESTONE LAMS,
of the first quality, situate in Dublin township,
Huntingdon county, near the Burnt Cabins, and
known as the Cabins Farm,containing 127 acres
and 28 perches more or less ; the said tract haV
ing about 125 acres cleared, and under good'
fence, and in the highest state of cultivation—
having thereon a Log Dwelling House and Sta
ble, and two never failing springs of water.
ALSO—A small Tract of Land, situate in
Dublin township, Huntingdon County, former
ly owned by Samuel Findley, and lately occu
pied by the widow of said dec'd, containing
ing about 28 acres, new ly all of which is clear
ed and under good fence, and having thereon a
Log Dwelling House and barn, and an excellent
Orchard by Fruit Trees.
ALSO—Two contiguous and adjoining tracts
of Land, in the said township of Dublin, in said
county, bounded by lands of T!..omas W. Neely,
Esq., and others, containing 80 acres more or
less, and having thereon a good stone Dwelling
House—a small portion cleared and cultivated.'
The whole thereof will be sold as one tract.
ALSO—A Tract of Land situate in said
township and county, bounded by lands of Sam
uel Findley's heirs, Franklin county Bite, lands
of William Phillips, and others, containing 100
acres, more or leas—being well timbered.
Ou Thursday the 27th day of Decemb,, at 10
o'clock A. M., on the premises, at the house of
John J. Harman, in Cromwell township, in said
county, the following tracts of land, to wit a
valuable tract of land, n good portion of which
is of the first quality of limestone, containing
more or less, about 100 acres of which are clear
ed and cultivated, about 1 mile from Rockhill
Furnace, and about 1i miles from Orbisonia,
and on the main road from Huntingdon to Chum
bersburg, and having thereon a large two story
log house, stone spring house, and a new frame
bank barn=a nater failing streamof water runs
through the farm. -
ALSO—On the same day, at 3 o'clock P. M.,
on the premises in Orbisonia, a frame dwelling
house, blacksmith shdp, and log stable, and the
lot of grodnd, now Occupied by Jdhn B. Stains.
On Friday the 28th day rf December next, a
10 o'clock A. M., all that large and valuabl
: . ra;t of land situated in Black Log valley, Shir
ley township, in said county, well cultivated,
containing about 290 acres more or less, a large
portion of which is cleared and under good
fcnce—having thereon a log dwelling house and
barn, and an 4 prchard. Black Log creek runs
through the premises, and affords a first rate
water power for a Saw Mill or manufactory,
and surrounded by an abundance of the best tim
ber. The said tract of land is about two miles
from Shindle's Tannery. Also—a tract of
well timbered, lying on the Black Log nidun
tain, in Shirley township, adjoining St
Samuel H. Bell and others, containing 86 acres
more or less.
TERMS—One third of the purchase money
to be paid on the confirmation of the sale, one
third in one year with interest, and the remain
ing third at the death of the widow, with inter
est thereon during her life, to be paid annually,
and to be secured by the bond and mortgage of
the purchaser. Any information will be given
by William McLain of Dublin township, John
J. Harman of Cromwell tewnship,,Samuel Lang
of Shirley township, or Gen. A. P. Wilson at
Huntingdon, or by the subscribers at Shirlqs
btirg, Htintingdott cotinty.
BY order of the Grtihens' Cdurt,
M. F. CAMPBELL, clerk.
Nov. 20; ISM.] Trustees.
CIDIIFILE 4 LICM
For the Purchase and Sale of
THE undersigned, believing that an
Agency of this character tvould be
an accommodation and an advantage to both the
purchaser and seller of Real Estatb, has conclu
ded to open one at his office in Huntingdon.
All business of this kind entrusted to him, and
all communications sent to him, Will receive his
prompt and diligent attention. He will adver
tise when requCsted, either in his own name or
in the name of the owner, as may be desirable,
in one or both of the newspapers of the county,
and in any other newspaper that may be desig
nated, and endeavdr to procure purchasers
sellers, and communicate between them.
A full and minute description of the property
—its improvements, supply of water, 'conveni
ence to markets, scLools, churches,and the terms
of sale, must accompany the request of any per-
son who wishes his real estate advertised or of
fered for sale ; and Same desCriptidn, as definite
as possible, of the quality, kind and Value, of
the premises desired to be bought, mat be giv
en by those who wish to purchase.. .
All communications relating to the business
of this Agency will be confidential if desired.
The subscriber is in communication with a
similar agency in Lancaster, Pa., and will be
able through it to bring property offered for
sale to the immediate notice of Lancdster coup.
Bg — Postage must be paid on all letters sent.
P. S.—Several desirable properties are now
offered for sale. For further particulars inquire
of the subscriber. DAVID BLAIR,
Attorney at Law.
Huntingdon, Pa., Nov. 20, 18.19.
Broke out in a New Place !
MICHAEL CLABAUGH respectfully in
forms the citizens of the borough of Hun
tingdon and vicinity, that he has opened a new
end Confectionary, in the basement story of A;
Willciughbrs Clothing Store, one door west of
T. Reed & Son's Store, and two dddrs east df
the Post office, where he is prepared td accom
modate all who may favor hurt with their Cus
tom. Thankful for past favors) he still hopes
for a continuance of public favor, and will use
all efforts to accommodate his customers.
Who is this Clabaugh 7 Why, dont you know
him Y It is our old friend. Oh yes, I know him ;
I'll gd to see him sure, well I will. I'll go
too, for he keeps the best Oysters, Tripe, Cold
Fowls, and a variety of good things, in the
town. . .
Step in Ladies anti dentlemen—Oysters are
ready. MICHAEL CLABAULIII.
Huntingdon, Nov. 13, 1840-3 t.
TOR PRINTING NEATLY EXECU
j TED AT THIS OFFICE'
THE GREAT CURE
CHAS. G. JOHNSON,
Who was pronounced incurably fixed in
the last stage of Pulmonary Con
sumpiion, by two skillful Phy
Mr. Johnson was rescued tom death's door
by the use of Schneck's l'ulmonic Syrup.—hat
ing bten prostrated all winter; •His case was
witnessed by several of the most respectable
citizens of this suite; whdse names are apPe rul
ed to his certificate. Read ! Read! and be con-
•ihced that Schneck's Pulmonary Syrup is the
only Certain cure for Consumption.
13risiol,,littiker county, Pa. ?
Da. J. 11. Sett:vacs, —Dear Str,—l am induced
from a sense of justice towards you, as well as
duty to the public, to make known one of the
moat hopeless and extraordinary cures, in my
own person, that you have ever had the pleasure
to record. Indeed, I regret my inability to por
tray, in tretliflil colors, my consuming disease,
and the remarkable chance which Sc htteck'a
Pulmonary Syrup effected in so short a time.
I was taken ignite time pravious to December
1848, with a heavy cold, producing incessant
coughing, accompanied with acute pain in the
right side, pains in the beck, under the right
shoulder, having hertfry night sweats,high fevers
&c., which made me so nervous and restless as
to produca utter prostration. All these offlictions
increased with such Violence, that on the 4th of
January lust I sent fur my family physician. He
attended me faithfully, and prescribed every thing
that medical skill could suggest, but without ef
fect. I found Myself gradually growing worse,
and my hopes of recovery lessening as my dish
ease increased. My cough became distressing t
my pains severe; and, extremely debilitated, I
lost all ambition in life, and gave up to a melan
choly depresaion. My physician examined me,
and informed me I hod an obsess on the upper
port of my liver and lower part of one of illy lungs:
Notwithstanding all this skill, I a rmy worse, but
with that tenacity with which we all cling to life,
I concluded to leave nothing undone, and called
in a consulting physician, who fully concurred
with my own, and pronounced my case an ex
tremely critical one. He thought I was in Itn ,
minent danger---saying my disease ..was one that
is seldom if ever ctired . '." 'All this time I was en
during sufferings that made life burdensome ; ex- I
periencing great pain in coughing; expectora
ting from a pint to a quart of nauceous matter
every It hours, and gradually sinking under the
weakning progress of my disease. At this stage
of my illness, my friends in Mittel suggested
the use of Schneck'e Pulmonic Syrup, but know
ing the many expedients resorted to for the pur
pose of draining money from the afflicted, I hes
itated. My friends, however, insisting, Iwas
prevailed upon to try its virtues. I commenced
taking the Syrup about the first of March, end
used several bottles before I had any confidence
in it. I then began to experience a charge for
the better, and continued it till I had consumed
ten bottles, when I was so far relieved as to lie
able to visit Dr. Schneck in Philadelphia. He
examined me, and pronounced my right !ung af
fected, but in a healing colt lition, fie recom
mended the further use of the Syrup, which I
Continued till I consumed 15 bottles, and found
myself Once more restored to health. I will fur
ther add, that the consulting physician, seeing the
action of the medicine, fully approved its use.
To give the reader some idea of the severity
of my case, and the rapid cure affected by the
Syrups I willetate that my usual weight in
health was 17t pounds, which was finally, re
duced by my sufferings to but 121 pounds. Yet,
on the first of this month, (September,) I weigh.
ed 174 pounds, thus gaining in a few months 53
pounds, and within three pounds of my heaviekt
weight. It is not in my power to convey, in the
short space of this certificate, the convincing
proofs of sly remarkable cUre, or the particulars
of the agonizing afflictions through Which I have
passed ; but to those who will take the trouble to
call on me, at Bristol, opposite Pratt's hotel, I
shall take pleasure in detailing every particular.
In conclusion, I deem it my duty to urge upon
every person who may have the premenitary
symptoms df this fatal disease, not to delay one
hour, but to call upon Dr Schneck immediately.
His skill in the treatment of this complaint, and
proMpt detection of diseased parts of the lungs
by means of his Stetheseopo, added to my own
miracu'ous cure, fully satisfiesme, that had I ear
, lier submitted myself to his care, I should have
escaped much suffering; but restrained by doubts
and suspicion, which make us all naturally skep
tical in regard to the virtues of a medicine when
• first introduced, I resisted the importunities of
' my friends till almost too late ; and yielded only
as a last resort, resolved to «kill or cure:" To
those afflicted as I have been, again let me say,
hesitate no longer, my own case is pretreated to
you as convincing evidence, that when all else
fails your last hope is in Dr, Schneck's Pulmonic
Syrup. I have also for the satisfaction of those
; who may be strangers to me, appended to this err
, tificate the names of gentlemen well known in
. the walks of public apd private life, and whine
standing id sciciety admits of Ito cavil or doubt in
r regard to their testimony.
CHARLES G. JOHNSON.
We the tintletsigned, residents of Bristol and
vicinity, are well acquainted with Mr. Johitiari ,
and know him to have been afflicted as he slates
above. We also know that ho used Schneck's
Pulinonic Syrup, and have every reason to he
lieve, that to this medicine he owes his preserra
lion from a premature grave. The known In
tegrity and pdsi.loh ih society Of Mr. Johriscin,
however is a sufficient guarantee to the public of
the truth of this statement.
LEWIS T. PRATT, Prart's Hotel.
LEWIS M. WHARTON, Merchant.
CH tsTER STURDE VANT, Coal dealer.
JOHN W. BRAY, Merchant.
JAMES M. HARLOW, Clergyman bf the
Preabyterian Church. •
S. B. HOLT, Hotel, Burlington.
JAMES R. SCOTT, Book agent.
A. h. PACKER, Coal agent.
WISTAR C. PARSONS, at E r Roussel'.
Laboratory, 44 Prune street, Philadelphia,
Brute', September 24, 1849.
Prepared and cold by J. H. Schneck at his
Laboratory S. E. Corner of Coate & Marshall
Ste. Phila. and by
'f. K. SrmoNrozr, Huntingdon.
G. 11..STEncsa, Waterstreet,
&remelt & Mc Wr WUXI!. Spruce Creek.
MooftE & Swoorz, Alexandria.
KESSLtiII & Ban., Mill Creek,
and by agents generally throughout the United
Price $l,OO per bottle, or $5,00 per halfyloz.
Nov. 20, 1849.—1 y.
A SXILITO3UCCS,„ .
FINE assortment of Violins, Mates, Ac
cordeons, Banjos, Musical Boxes, &c., with
Preceptors for each instrument; for solo at
Father Time's office.
Nov. 6,'49, NEFF & MILLER.
\ 1 / 4
JEWELRY AM) FANCY GOOD&
T T. SCOTT has just returned from New
York and Philadelphia with a large and
brilliant assortment of WatclieS; Clocks
and Jewelry, consisting in part of
Gold Patent Levers, Silver Patent LeVetd,
Gold Hunting do, do. Hunting do.
Gold Anchor do. do. Anchor do.
Gold Lepines do. Lepines.
and Verge %Vetches of all Forts and qualities in
Eight day and 30 hour brass Clocks. A !so,
Diamond Breast Pins and finger rings ' • Gold
Fob, Vest and Guard Chains. ; Gold Medal
chains; Gold Pencils and Pens ; Ear Rings;
Bracelets, and other Jewelry in great variety,
which for beauty and excellence, cannot be ex
celled. Also Silver Table, Tea and Salt Spoons,
and Butter Knives ; Silver Specks ; Rodgers'
fine Pen-kives ; Accordeons ; Pockt Books;
Perfumery ; Envelopes ; Note Paper ; Wafers;
Port Monies; Combs ; Hairand Clothes brush
es ; &c., &c.
This stock we can assure our friends and the
public has been purchased hhiisually low; and
will be sold at a small advance. Give us a call
and judge for yourselves.
Huntingdon, November 0, 1810.
Another nag Hoisted i
OUR SIDE AHEAD !—We have the best
Stock of Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, &c., in
the place, and prices nothing at all ; why, neigh
bor, we give these articles away. Remunera
tion pshaw, who thinks of it. Our aim is the
public benefit and not our own. Only give us
a call, and we know you will laugh at every
thing in the shape of a rival.
NEFF & MILLER,
No. 1001 Market Square.
Huntingdon, Nov. 0, 18.19.
wpm AY 111 ARE.
CAME to the residence of the
rife v olt
subscriber, reeiding in West town
ship, Huntingdon county, on or
about the 13th or 14th day of June
1849, a BLACK MARE, about 16 or 17 years
of age, with a white stripe on her face, on each
side of her neck small white marks, occasioned
by the color, the left fore and left hind foot are
white. Said mare is about 14 hands high. The
miner is requested to come forward, prove pro.
petty, pay charges and tad her away, otherwise
she will be disposed of according to law.
Nob. , 1 t 149.
Estate of DXVID .EBY,lote of Shirley
township, Thintingdon Co:, tiec'd.
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters dl' Ad-
Ministration on said estate have been grant
ed to the undersigned. All peieoils indebted le
said estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims or demands against
the same to present them duly authenticated for
eettletnant to JAcou EBY. ...
Nov. 13, 1849,-61.. Administrators.
NOTICE is hereby given that the following
described property, sold at Constable's sale
September 6, 1819, as the property of Joseph
M. Stevens, of Petersburg, Huntingdon county,
Pa, has been purchased by the undersigned, and
loaned to said Joseph M. Stevens, viz
1 Cook Stove ; 1 sett Harness; 1 Side-ead
die and Bridle ; 1 Buffalo Robe ; 1 small Case ;
1 Ward-robe ; 3 setts of Chairs and 2 Rocking
Chairs ; 4 'Tables ; 2 Wash Stands ; 1 Stand ;
1 Bureau ; 150 yards of Carpet ; 4 Looking
glasses.; 1 Oettee ; 1 Secretary and Badk-case;
I mantle Clock ; 1 carrier; Sleighs.
All persons are hereby forbid interfering in
any way with said property.
November 6, 1819.—'
NEW STAGE LINE.
rrHE subscriber respectfully infcirms the trav
elling public, that to meet their wants, ho
has established a ne s line of MAIL STAG., be
tween Jackstown, Huntingdon county, and
Chambersburg, Pa. The Coach leaves Jacks
town at 4 o'clock, A. M., on Monday, Wednes
day and Friday of each week, and Chambers
burg at the same hour on Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday. It reaches its destination at 5
o'clock, P. M., on the same days.
THE ROUTE through which the line
es, over a good road, is celebrated for the beau.
ty and picturesque character of the country.
Leaving Chambersburg, the coaches stop for a
short time at Strasburg, Fanncttsburg, Burnt
Cabins, Shade Gap (the seat of Illibiwood Acad
emy, under the direction of Messrs. McGinnis)
Grbisonia, Shirleysburg, Mt. Union—where it
intersects the Pennsylvania canal—to Jackstown.
At the last mailed place it connects with the
Packet and Stage Lines between Philadelphia
At Chambersburg, it connects with Daily
Lutes to Philadelphia, Baltimore, Pittsburg, Ha
gdrstown, Mercersburg, and intermediate pia
The wants of the people at the extremes of the
road and throughout its whole length have indu
ced the subscriber to embark in this enterprise,
and as the Fare has been fixed eittremely low,
and every arrangement made to insure the safe
ty and convenience of passengers, he trusts to
be liberally patronized.
Oct. 18, 1849.
OLD PENS, with diamond points and nil-
IT ver handles, On be had at Father Time's
office for the small sum of 75 cents. Who'd a
(hunk it 7 NEFF & MILLER.
THE Subscriber will Sell, at Private
Woodcock Valley Faring,
At the Close RoAnt, in Pot ter and Walker town.
Huntingdon county, viz : No. I—Now
occupied by Major Janice Ptrrter, containing
about 276 Acres ; 225 of which aro cleared and
under cultivation, with a well finished
o Story Brick
\- ■ d DWELLING 11017333,
- W a sh Iferart , Rrring Mouse,
.• . _ . . _ . _
a cot4ietely finished Dank Barn, Wagoil
Corn (iih, Flog House, and every other neces.
No. 2.—Occupied by David Tinyeart, contain.
ing 280 acre., 200 of which are cleared and un ,
der cultivation, with a large 'New
Two Story Dwelling
iii Ulia also cs•
1, A TENANT UOUSE,
a large Sank Barn, Wagon Shed, Spring house,
hog house, and eery other neceseary
On thin tract is an extensive
Bed of Fosiiliferous Iron Ore.
No. 3.—Called the "Caries RoAns," now oc
cupied in part by John Nail. containing about
130 acres, one hundred tif which are cleared and
cultivated ; with a
Log Dwelling House )
The whole is first quality of LIME STONE
LAND, in a good state of cultivation, and well
fenced. The meadows aro very fine, a sufficient
portion of which are attached to each farm. The
most of the buildings are new and well finished.
There is a good Spring of water at each house,
and numerous Springs so disti ibuted as to afford
water in almost every field. Each Farm h:s a
The property is in one of the best settlements
In the county, within 44 miles of Huntingdon,
the county town--the same distance from the
town of Alexandria, and within 3i miles of the
Pennsylvania Canal, and about the same die
tartan ffbm the Pennsylvania Central hailrond
low making, which wgi bring the property with•
in 12 hours ride of Philadelphia. 2 public roads
cross about the centre of it, within convenient
distance to several Houses of Worship, Public
Schools, Mills and mechanics ; affording alto ,
gether very desirable situations for those wish
ing to ptirchaso good farms in a flourishing set
tlement. Other divisions may be made of the
properly to those wishing to purchase:
The terms will be, One third of the purchase
money to be paid on the Ist of April next, and
the remoinder in annual payments as may be
agreed on, with interest, to be secured by the
bends and mortgage of the purchaser.
The subscriber has also for sale a few hundred
in the immediate neighborhood. Any infor
mation will be given by Major Porter and Mr.
Eoyeart, on the premises, Gen. A. P. Wileon
awl Mr. George Jackson of Huntingdon, or the
DAVID R. PORTER.
November 6, 1849.
11 1 1);' 1 1( (1:0
'1 !'RAYED frbm the subscriber living at Jo
► niata Forge, on the 15th of October, 2
Steers, about two years old ; dne black and the
other red and white, with hdrns turning towards
the eyes. Any persdn finding said steers, or
sending word, will be reasonably rewarded.
For EDWIN F. SHOENBERGER,
JOHN H. KRUG.
November 6, 1819.
AWFUL DISCLOSURE! ..
. Hungarians not satisfied! an.
I other Grand attack on the .9gent's
OYiTER HOUoE! ! Thousands are slain
nightly ! ! The Excitement still Increasing,
notwithstanding the Agent's great efforts to
allay their thirst for Blood ! I Hundreds
are attracted to the scene of action to see this
brilliant establishment, and all have come away
satisfied that it is the finest Oyster Saloon in the
world ; and in addition, Agent's 03 sters are of
the Most superior ;polity. Be has just received
this day an entire stock of Confectionary, to
which the attention of the Public is invited.—
Thankful for past tavola he still hopes for a con
If you want to know where this fine establish
ment is, just step down into Railroad Street, ono
door above %N . illiam Stewart's Store, you there
will see the sign of the Red Curtain—That is
the place, HENRY AFRICA.
Huntingdon, November 6,1849.
WAR WITH FRANCE
not now very generally expected, still great
excitement has recently been produced in
Huntingdon by the arrival of a most splendid
Fall and Winter Goods,
at the old and popular stand of
cm. aD CH3.•QpQrfluta a
Market Square, Huntingdon,
His stock comprises Dry Goods; Groceries,
Queensware, Cutlery, Cape, Shoes, Boots, Mutts
Umbrel I as, Bonnets, &c. He has a splendid as
sortment of French, English and American
CLOTHS, C:ISS I.IIIEPES ./!ND
Caasineta and .I . earta in groat variety, Also,
Ready-made elWing, of all kinds,
A carefully indebted variety of Silks, Merinos,
Alpacces, Cashmeres, Delaines, Prints,
Ribbons, Laces, &c.
as well as every variety of
Ladies Dress and "frimming' Goods :
All of which will resold at pri'Ces to compete
with anything in the place, as he is determined
that no one can or shall undersell him for cash
or approved country produce.
Those desiring good goods and fine styles, at
low prices, are respectfully invited to call soon
at his store where they Will find the above fully
verified. GEO. G WIN.
Huntingdon, October b, 11149.
AGOOD assortment of well finished Saddles
now on hand and for sal° at the Saddle and
Harness Manufactory of Wm. Glasgow, oppo
site the Post Office, Huntingdon.
Huatingdon, August 7, 1849.
E'Scs.c - s - ia LlPfia.ixta 2 2
NEFF 64 MILLER
HAVE this morning received, (it the Ad
: stand of H. K. NErtr Sr 800., an entire
new stock of
ii /j. ' ' Clocki . i . ai!d hatches;
7,.. ,_, ,,, )
4 ..% ernelry,t; tt ry, Nl' nerryi
Perfumery Soaps, 4.e.,
\c , a 1 which is positivelythe largest, best
and most fashionable, and cheapest
assortment ever C,llbted for sale in the place.
Having in their employ one of the best work
men in the State, they can most confidently en
gage to repair Clocks and Watchesns cheap and
as well as it can be done in any of the Eastern
The public are politely reqiiested to call and
test the truth of our declarations. The ptobf
is in trying.
N. B. The highest prices given for old gold
Remember No. 1001 Market Square, Hun
October 30, ICIO.
41 & 43
NORTH THIRD STREET,
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 best for business
mein in Philadelphia, and he flatters himself that
by giving it his entire attention, that he will he
able to render &fleet satisfaction to all who
may favor him with their custom.
He returns thanks for the very liberal sun
port already extended to him by his friends of
Huntingdon and the neighboring counties, and
begs leave to assure them that he will spare fib
pains or expense to render the CITY HOTEL
worthy of their continued support.
Philadelphia, Oct. 30, 1819-Iy.
rpHE Proprietor of this large and well known
1 Hotel, would respectfully inform the public
that it has recently been enlarged, repainted in
side and outside, newly papered, and thoroughly
renovated throughout. Tbis has been done et a
very large expense, and with the view of keeping
pace with the imprbVihg taste and spirit Of the
age. He now flatters himself that he can tic ,
commodate his friends in a style beyond the obit
' ity of any other landlord at the'.'Hent of Govern
ment, Ho has in his employ attentive and obli
gingservants, Goolts of long experience, and he
is determined to spore no expense to furnish hit
table with the very best that con be procured in
the market. It is with great confidence in his
ability to render entire satisfaction, that he in
vites numbers of the Legislature and others lb
make NW house tlteit stopping place while in
He would beg leave to return his ainEero
thanks to his friends on the Juhista. for the Very
liietal support heretufbre extended to his house,
and respectfully solicit a continuance of their pa
tronage. W. COVETILir.
Hai rieburg, Ott: 300 849-3 M.
Chair and Furniture
N....n.teauct , wsPactoco ma as
Up Stazrs above Peter Sitoope's &bre
and Sheriff Crownover's office, and three
doors east of .hltKinney's hotel.
THE undersigned has again corn
-1 1 =need the above business in all its
t' I various branches, and is now pre
' pared Is accommodate all who may
f favor him with their cbatotn on the
most reasonable terms.
He intends keeping on hand all kinds of
CHAIRS and FURNITURt, from common to
the moat fashionable sty'e, and made in the most
durable mnnner, which ha Will sell low for cash
or country produce.
All kinds of Lumber taken in exchange for
chairs or furniture.
COFFINS will at at! timos be kept on hand,
end funerals attended in town, and shortly in
"town and country, as he is getting a splendid
henrae made for the accommodation of the public.
HOUSE •Nll SIGN PAINTING attended to an
Huntingdon. October 30, 1849.
A Boarding School for Young Men,
Shade Gap Huntingdon county, Pa,
REV. .1. V. WaINNES, A. 31., AND I. Ir. w.
GINNES, A. PRISCIPALS,
THE Winter Session will commence on the
first Wednesday of November, and continue five
months. The ci arse of instruction embraces all
the branches necessary to prepare young men
either for the higher classes in College, or fot
the studies of a profession and the active busi
ness of life. The Academy building is new,
commodious. and in every way adapted to the
edconirtiodalion 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 access, being on the
stage route connecting Chamhetsburg with the
Central Railroad at Drake's Ferry:
TEttMs ran Bessie/v.—For Orthography,
Reading and Writing, $5; Arithmetic, Geogra
phy, Grammar, Composition, Natural Philoso
phy, Astronomy, Phisiolegy, Chemistry, &c. $B3
Matheihatics, Greek and Latin Languages, $l2 ;
French and German, each $5. Boarding, exclu
sive of fuel & light, $1,26 per week. For reference
ur fin ther particulars address
JAMES Y. M'GINNES
Shade Cap, Oct. 300849.
02 — Blair'oounty Whig please copy -It,
OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
THE Subscriber will sell at Public or private
Sale, on or before the 28th (lay of Novem
ber 1849, all that lietriable Reel Estate, situate
In Wootlberry township, Blair county,about two
miles from Williamsburg, 1 mile from Sorrick's
and part ie first rate lime-stone land. Of said
land about 50 acres are cleared and under toler
able good fences and in a tolerable state of cul
tivation. The wood land is well set with thrif
ty timber, and a quarry of first rate atone far
lime burning, with a draw kiln to it, and a fads
pea of iron ore. A variety of thriving, choice.
Fruit, and a well of water ; a film Story log
House with back building, and a tolerable .00d
log barn. The above land is joining rands
with Sprinfield, north-west side ; Valentine
Sorrick, sou th-west; A. Patterson, on the south
east ; H. Martin, north-east side. Any persott
wishing to purchase can have further informa
tion by applying to the undersigned on the prem.
ises. SAMUEL LOWER.
November 13, 1519.