Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, December 04, 1849, Image 3
ID-Mrs. Levin, the lady of the Hon. Lewis C. Levin, has been found guilty of an assault and battery upon a young gentleman of Maryland, and sentenced to pay a fine of $3O. The assault con sisted in striking him several blows with a riding whip, for having as she alleges insulted her while traveling on the pub lic highway in her carriage. TIVIt IDADELPIIIA MusEum.—The old and t•aluable collection of curiosities, paintings &c., the largest in the country, was sold at Sheriff's sole on Monday merhing, and prehased by Mr. I'. T. Bahurn, for the trifling sum of $3,500. The best portions of it will be added to Mr. Barnum's Museum. Its original cost was More than $lOO,OOO. THE MAIMETS. PIIILADLLPIIIA, Nov. 30, 1819 The flour market has been nearly at a stand gluing the past week. The demand for shipment ontinuep limited, and only 2a300 bbls common brand sold at 4,573 per bbl. For city consump tion, the sales are limited at previous rates. lire FLOUR, is but litte inquired after. Sales tit $3,00 per bbl. CORN MEAL 'nag deelibeil 25 cts. per Uhl. Soles of 500 Übls. Penn'a. nt $2,75. If 4 nAm—Salei of 5a6,000 hu. , good and prime red at $1,0:3,11,01, and white at $1,11a1,12. RTE—nut little offrring. We quote Penne, nt tlsc. Coax—ls dull. Sales of 2000 bu. old yellow at 59c. OATS sell slowly, Southern at 2900ei per bushel. Wilissav is scarce. Sales in tibia. and at 27a271jc., with further sales. SEEDS—There is very little cloverseed coming in, and the ,market is firm at old rates. We quote at s.lta.li for old and new seed. Tim othy is in steady demand, with sales in lots at t 244. Flaxseed is selling at 1-16 cts. mea sure. . , 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 s2aa2.o for Charcoal Pig, on time. A small sale of northern Blooms was made at $1.5 cash. . MARRIELit On the 20th tlt, by tho Rev. H. Heckennan, Mr. WM. B. SMITH, of Barree tp. to Miss S. J. GOODMAN, of Mill Creek, Hunt. co. Grehtterst Vaticly in Town. GENERAL DEPOT For the accommodation of all who are fond L 4IIOOIID 1141171111 a. outs SCHNEIDER, respectfully inform, his friends and the public generally, not only in the borough of Huntingdon, but through out the county, that he has just completed his arrengenten is for the season by being prepared to accommodate the wants of the peoplo, from tottering.old ago down to the equalling babe.— To be brief; he continues the BAKERY, and has always on hand FRESH BREAD, and CAKES bf till kinds. He has oleo a very extol - ibis° as- Bodin: tit of Costtectlonaug, which he will sell wholesale and rhtail. Also, all hinds of FRUIT and NUTS, and a very large assortment of He has also a very good supply of superior brand CIGARS and TOBACCO. Also, Tea, Cnffee, .Sugar, Cheese, Cranberries, Huns inu, Crackers, Spices of all kinds. Sperm and tallow CRnines, Soap, and an assort• Incest of Perfumery. FRESH 01 STERS. He is at all times prepared to furnish his fables with Fresh Oysters, done up in the best and meet palatable style, at the shortest notice. His rdbms are comfortably fitted up for the accom stuadatien of Ladies and gentlemen. Thankful for past favors, ho hopes by strict attention to the wants of all ages, to merit a continuance of the same. LOUIS SCHNEIDER. Huntingdon, nee. 4, t 849. VERY rMPORTANT. THE BRIDGE TOLL REDUCED, And anoder and the Latest Arrival of NEW GOODS 41' DORSEY 4. JII4GUIRE'S cumAr STdRE, Tt 0118E1' & MAGUIRE, thankful for past if favors, moat respectfully inform their old Customers and the public in general, that they have just received another large assortment of FALL and WisTsu Goons, consisting of every variety of Ladles & Gentlemen's Dress Goottj, and goods of all kinds usually kept in the most extensive stores. Groceries, .Hardware, Queens mare, 6 , . HOOTS SHOES, lIATS & CAPS. 4 -- -\ READIPMADE CLOTHING, &c. &c. &c. &c. &c. &c. ofirCell and examine our Goods. Huntingdon Dcc.4, 1849. SHERIFF'S SALE. Dt virtue a a writ of Levari Faclas issued 1 . ) out of the Cedtt of Common Pleas of Hun tingdon county, I will expose to sale at public batcry, on the premises, on Saturday the 29th day of December, inst. at one o'clock P. M., all that certain tract of land situate on the wat ers of Stone creek in Henderson township, ad joining hinds of the heirs of David Newingham, dec'd., Nathan Gorsuch, dec'd., and others, con taining 116 acres and 142 perches, (except 39 acres and 159 perches of said tract, now in pos session of John Miller, which has been released from the lien of the mortgage,) having a house end bun thereon, and a considerable part therof cleared. Seized and to be sold as the property of Samuel Miller, dec'd, with notice to lerre ten ants. M. CROWNOVER, Shff. 9d Dee., 1849 VALUABLE FARM AT PRIV./ITE SALE runHE Subscriber will Sell, at Private I Sale, his Woodcock Valley Farm, near the Cease ROADS, in Potter & Walker town ships, Huntingdon county, occupied by David Hnyenrt, containing about 280 Acres, 200 of which are cleared and under cultivation, with a large new Two Story bwellini so s --.lclL)mmcea.9 A TENANT HOUSE, a large Bank l'arn, Wagon hhed, Spring house, hog house, and every other necessary building. On this tract is an extensive Bed of Fossiliferous Iron Ore. Any information will be given by Mr. Enyeart, nn the premiers Gen. A. P. %Nilson and Mr. George Jackson of Huntingdon, or the subscri ber in Harrisburg. DAVID R. PORTER. Deormber 4, 1849. Real Estate at Public Aalea T N pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court IN of Huntingdon county will be exposed to public sale, on the premises, on Saturday the 20tle day of Drrentber 5110 o'clock A. H. 5 the following real estate, late of John Miller Esq., of the borough of Hun- tingdon, deed, remaining unsold, viz: All those two adjoining lots of ground en the southerly side of ffill street in said borough, bounded by lots of lA' illiam Ward on the West, and the Presbyterian church lots on the East, each of said lots fronting 50 feet on Bill street and extending in depth 200 feet to Allegheny street, and being lots No. 82 and 83 in the plan of the town, with a largo . TWOSTORY ~* I s WEATHER-BOARDED , k,:•"! ). 1.' IS—J:(JDZUSZIatsIe part frame out part log, a large frame stable with a atone basement, and a tan yard and large frame tan house thereon. The title to the above property is indisputable. Tents or SALt.—One-half the purchase mo ney lobe paid od the confirmation ofthc sale, and the residue in one year thereafter with interest to be secured by the bond and mortgage of the purchaser. M. F. CAMPBELL, Clerk. Attendance will be given by JACOB MILLER, Trurteo. Huntingdon, Dec. 4, 1949. ORPMANS' COURT SALM. DB viriue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, will be exposed to sole on the prom's, ' by the undersigned Executors of the last will of Matthew Garner, lateof Penn township, Huntingdon county, deed, on Satur day 2:211 day of December next, at 11 o'clock A. At., a Tract of Land, situate in Hopewell township, adjoining lands on which John Beaver now resides and others. The above valuable tract of land is well worthy the attention of purchasers. Any person wish ing to view the premises can call upon the sub scribers. Terms.—Ono third of the purchase money to be paid on confirmation of sale, one-third in one year thereafter, and one-third in two years, w;th interest from confirmation ofst.le, to be se cured by bond and mortgage of the purchaser: By the Court. M. F. CAMPBELL, Clerk. Attendance given by JOHN GARNER, GEORGE GARNER, Dec. 4, 1849. Executor, Town Lots for Sale; 1-1 E undersigned, Executors of the last will of Matthew Garner, late of Penn township, Huntingdon county, dec'd, will expose to sale on the premises, by public Von due or outcry, on Saturday the 22d day of De relabel., at 3 e!eleet P. M., eight or nine Town Lots, situate in the village of Marklesburg, in said township and county. Termo..=-One-half of the puachase money to be paid on confirmation of sale and the residue' in six months thereafter., Attendance given by JOHN GAIHVEIt, •GEORtiE GARNEA, Dec..l, 1819.] Eteentor. Orphans' Court Sale. Dl' virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court D Of Huntingdon cbtinty, will be exposed to sale on the premises, by public venchie or out cry, on Saturday tho 2911 c day of Deternotr 1849, a TRACT OF LAlliD 9 _ _ situate in Brady township, in said county, con taining 188 acres, more or less, adjoining lands of James Ross, Jesse Yocum, James Ker, James McDonald and others. The said tract of land lies along the Kisacciquillas valley, is within a convenient distance of the Pennsylvania Rail road and Canal, and is ,dell timbered, which rea ders it very valuable, and offers a protitabld speculation to purchasers. Torins.—One-half of the purchase money to be paid on confirmation of sale, and the residue in one year thereafter, with interest, to be se cured by bond and mortgage of the purchaser. By the Court. M, F. CAMPBELL, Clerk. Attendance given by WILLIAM V. MILLER, Adner of Johns Wiley, der'll. December .1, 18.19. Audiforls Nolice. rpHE undersigned Auditor, appointed by the I. Orphans' Court to distribute the moneys in the hands of M. Crownover, administrator of Daniel Glazier, late of Henderson township, dee'd, to and among the creditors of said dec'd, gives notice that he will attend for said purpose at his office in the borough of Huntingdon, on Saturday the 29th day of December 1849. All poisons having accounts against said dec'd aro notified to present the same or be debarred from coming in upon the funds. I'llo. P. CAMPBELL, Auditor. December 4, 1849, Teachers IF anted. FIVE Male Teachers wanted, to take chug° of the Common Schools in Cass township Huntingdon county. Competent Teachers will be employed for the space of three or four months to commence any time previous to the Ist of December 1849. Application made to JOHN R. GOSNELL, Pleat. !loud of School Directors. November 20, 1849. 61-3 Cents Reivard. lAN AWAY from the aubscri ‘ bar residing rear MoConnelatown, Huntingdon county, on the 12th of November, JOHN HAMILTON, ti an indentured apprentice to the Farming beelines. Said Hamilton r•••• about 16 years of age. All per sons ore forbid trusting or harboring said boy on my account. IiENRY J. SWOOPE. Nov. 20, 1849. Callao UT ASSIGNEES. rpHE undersigned assignees of Blair and Mad• I den, will sell on the premises, on Wednes• day 19th day of December, 1849, Melinda Iron Workt, situate on the Aughwick creek, in Cromwell township, Huntingdon county, Pa., and within a few miles of the Pennsylvania Canal and Rail road. The works consist of aI. harcoal Furnace and Forgo nearly new, and Saw Mill, all in good order, and the usual and necessary houses and buildings attached therero, together with about 520 acres of land adjoining the works, about 70 acres cleared and in a good state of cultivation, and the remainder of the premises is timber and woodland upon which some iron ore has been found convenient to the Furnace. To any per son wishing to engage in the iron !Mein..., the above works offer great inducements ; they are located in a healthy and thriving neighborhood, where labor and materials are coinparatively cheap. Good ore can be laud convenient to the Furnace, and timber at very moderate pricte the Aughwick creek gives ample water power at all seasons of the year. Also—On the some day, one Tract of Land in Springfield townehip. contnit.ihg 75 acres well brit:roved, and a good quality of land,lying on Aughwiek creek. Also—Will he sold on Thursday the 20th day of December 1899, ono tract of slate land, con taining 150 acres, in Dublin township, well im proved and in a good state of cultivation. Also—On the some day will offer for sale a rigmber of lots ofgruund in the village of C lays ville, in Dublin township. Also—On the same day, about 70 acres of timber land in Cromwell township, part lying to Shade Gap, where there is a good seat for water works,and good water power. Also—On the same day, a tract of limestone land, in Dublin township containing about two hundred acres, well improved and in a good state of cultivation. Also-05 acres of timber land adjoining the above tract. Attendance given and terms made known on day of sale. TIIOS. E. ORIHON THOS W. NEELY RODT. MADDEN. Nov. 27, 18 , 19. Assigne erc Cra. a. CD) CID A GENERAL assortment of groceries just opened and for sale at C lINNINGIIAM'S Gro cery and Confectionary establishment, directly opposite the Post Office, Huntingdon. November 27, 1819. LEMON EXTRACT. DURE Concentrated Extract of Lemon, a r genuine article for sale at CUIINPNO HAM'S, opposite the Post Office. November 17, 1810. • FR F.S TEA S. Aiql.IME article of Black Tea, Young Hy son, Imperial and other Teas just opened at CUNNIN GHAM'S. November 27, 1819. CHEESE, SUPERIOR article of Cheese just receiv 11. ed at CUNNINGHAM'S. November 27, 1819. VINEGAR, of the best kind, for sale at Nov. 27, 1819. C UNN INGH AM'S, WATCHES. CLOCKS, / - - N i -- , „ ..,.. .' : 7 ) '..) - , • JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS. JT T. SCOTT has just returned from New , York and Philadelphia with a large and brilliant assortment of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, consisting in part of Gold Patent Levers, Silver Patent Levers, Gold Hunting do, do. Hunting do. Gold Anchor do: do. Anchor do. Gold Lepines do. Lepines. and Vette Watches df all sorts and gitalities in ehdless variety. Eight drijr and 30 hoar brass Clocks. Also, Mankind Breast Pins rind finger rings ' • sold 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 Knit eS ; Silver Specks ; Rodgers' fine Pen-kives ; Accordeons ; Pocket Books; Perfumery ; Envelopes ; Nine Paper ; Wafers; Port Monies; bombs ; Hairand Clothes brush es ; &c., &c. Thiel stock we can assure our friends and the public has been purchased unusually low, and will be sold at a small advance. Give us a call and judge for yourselves. Huntingdon, November 0, 1810. Another Flag Hoisted ! " ---,-,-%-- ,10.%. 1 07 s' z, 414 ~..\_, ii ‘,.., 0 , .,, - 4._ 4, s 0, iz„, . .f... ( il. -___,, _ - 4 .....„4 4 /„.. ' . , At • , ' i ...t,V . Of" „ I , 1 ~,•, '17'11" ( BUZZ A.! HUZZAH OUR SIDE AHEAD !—We have the best Stock of Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, &c., in the placei 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, 18.10. Administrator's kotice. Estate of DrIVID EBY, late of Shirley township, Ilientingdon Co., dcc'd. NOTICE in hereby given that Letters of Ad ministration on said estate have been grant dd to the undersigned. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment, and those havingclaims or domande against the same to present thdm duly authenticated for settlement to JACOB EBY, SAMUEL McVITTY. Nov. 13, 1810-13 t. Adnaniatralors. DURE California Gold wedding rings for saki by NEFF & MILLER. Oct. 30, 1810. Itejnirt of the Grand Jury, On the subject of a FREE BRIDGE across the Juniata River, at H'nting. don, November 1849. "The opinion of the Grand Jury is, that it would be too burdensome for the County at present to build s Bridge where the viewers have reported ; but the Grand Jury would re spectfully recommend the County Commission ers to appropriate from the funds of the county the sum of Fifteen Hundred Dollars fot the pur pose of assisting the petitidners to pitrchase the Toll Bridge at the Turnpike, now built, for the purpdee of making the said bridge free." JOHN R. HUNTER, Foreman. to pursuance of the above proceedings, on the part of the Grand Jury, a number of the stock holders, owning a majority of the stock of the Juniata. Bridge, 4-c., met, and on due consider ation, adopted the fblloWing resolution : Resolved, That Wn.r.iitm Griaisom, tat., President of the Juniata Bridge Company, he and is hereby atithorized, on application being made to him from a prdper source, to enter in to a contract for the sale of the si,. is of the aforesaid Bridge, so as to made it free for trav el, and in case the parties disagree as to tering, he is further authorized to refer the subject to three disinterested pursonu, to be chosen by the parties, whose decision shall be accepted by the stockholders. Resolved, That the fardgbing proceedings be published ior the infbrrhation of thcise concerned. Signed . by order, CONRAD I.IU,CITER, November 27, 1819, Chairman; nAME to the premises of the subscribefilising U in Porter township, Heart's Log. Valley, sometime in the month of October, 2 STEERS. one between 4 and 5 years old, red and white spoiled ; the other is black, between 2 and 3 years old, and baying a slit in the right oar and a hole in the left. The owner is requested to come forward, provo property, pay charges and take them away, otherwise they will be disposed of according to law. JOHN 111. AUK. November 27, 1949. z)) 1_,:._.g.11.13 1_ For the Purchase and Sale of REAL ESTATE. MILE undersigned, believing that an 1 Agency of this character' would be an accommodation and an advantage to both the purchaser and seller of Real Estate, has conclit ded to open one at his office in Huntingdon. All business of this kindentrusted to him, and all communications sentto him, will receive his prompt and diligent attention. He will adver tise when requested, either in his own name or in the name of the owner, us may be desirable, in one or both of the newspapers of the county, and in any other newspaper that may be desier natedj and endeavor to procure purchasers a nd' sellers, and communicate between them. A full and minute description of the property —its improvements, supply of water, conveni ence to markets, schools, 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 tome description, as definite as possible, df the quality, kind drld value, of the premises desired to be bought, must 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 cominunicatiop with a simile", agency in Lancaster, Pa., and will be able through it to bring property offered for sale to the immediate notice of Lancaster coun ty purchasers. la.. Postage must be paid on all letters sent. P. S.—Several desirable properties are now offered ISr sale. For further particulars inquire of the subscriber. DAVID BL AIR, Attorney at Law. Huntingdon, Pa., Nov. 20, 1819. ORPHANS' COURT SALE. 1)Y order of the Orphans' Court of blunting don County, the untlersingned, 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 cif John Millei, d'ec'd; consist ing of a tract of land, situate in Union townshili, Hantingdan county, coutuinin4 339 ACRES, and the usual allowance. Said land adjoins lands of Matthias Miller, Henry Dell, John Cbileoat's heirs, Michael Querry, &c., having thereon erected a cabin house and log barn, a small stable and granary. There is a good ap ple orchard on the premises. TI RMS.-.one-third of the ptlrehnse 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 purchsser. By the Conrt, .111._F,CAMPBELL, Clerk. JOSEPH PARK WILLIAM CROTSLEY, Nov. 20 1819.] Trustees, NEW STAGE LINE. ot -1 dim , pliblic, that to meet their wants, he has established a pea' line Of MA tr. STAGES, be tween Jackstown, Huntingdon county, and Chamberoburg, Pa. The Coach leaves Jacks town at .1 o'clock, A. M., on Monday, Wednes day and Friday of each week, and ChamberS burg at the same hour on Tuesdays Thursday and Saturday. It reaches its destieatibn at 3 o'clock, P. M., on the same days. THE ROUTE through which the line pass 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, Fannettsburg, Burnt Cabins, Shade Gap (the seat ofllliLc wood Acad emy, under the direction of Messrs. McGinnis) Orbisonia, Shirleysburg, Mt. Union—where it intersects the Pennsylvania canal—toJackstown. At the last named place it connects with the Packet and Stage Lines between Philadelphia and Pittsburg. At Chambersburg, it connects with Daily Lines to Philapelphia, Baltimore, Pittsburg, Ha gerstown, Mercersburg, and intermediate pla ces. The Wants of tho 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 extremely low, and every arrangement made to insure the safe ty and convenience of passengers, he trusts to be liberally patronized. ABNER ISENHOUR, Oct. 18, 1819 GOLD PENS. (1 OLD PENS, with diamond points and sil -1 ver handles, can be had at Father Tiine's office for the small sum of 75 cents. NVlto'd a thank it 1 NEFF & MILLER. Orphans , Court Sale of fALITABLZI REAL ESTATE. rtiHE following described Real Estate, lute the property of Abrultatn Long, dec'd, in pursuance of an Order of the Orphans' Court, will be exposed to public mile on the premises, at the followingtimes and places, vit: On Wed nesday, the MA day of December next, at 10 o'clock A. M., there will be offered for sale on 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 LAND, of the first quality, situate in Dublin township, Huntingdon county, near the Burnt Cabins, and known as the Cabins Farm,containing 197 acres and 28 perches more or less ; the said tract hav ing abotit 125 acres cleared, and tinder 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 Trutt of Land, situate in Dublin township, Huntingdon County, former ly by Samuel Findley, and lately . occu pied by the widow of said dec'd, containing ins' about 28 acres, neatly ell of which is clear ed and under good fence, and having thereon a Log Dwelling House and barit, and an excellent Orchard of Fruit Trees. ALSO—Two contiguous and adjoining tracts of Lanu,, in the said toWnship of Dublin, In said cdtint, hounded by lands of Thomas W. Neely, Esq., and others, contalhing SO 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 Sash , uel Findley's heirs, Franklin county line, lands of %SriWain Phillips, and others, containing 100 acres, more or less—being well timbered. On Thursday the 27th slay Deermler, 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 : valuable tract of land, a good portion of whirls is of the first quality of limestone, containing IGA oats, more or less, about 100 acres of which are clear ed and cultivated, about 1 mile from Roelchill Furnace, and about i 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 barna never failing streamof water runs through the farm. At, - SOOn the same ddy, at 3 o'clock V. M., on the premises in Orbisonia, a frame dwelling house, blacksmith shop, and big stable, and the lot of ground, now occupied by John 13. Stains. On Pride?, Ho 281 h day el December next, at 10 o'clock A. that large and valuable tract of land situated in Black Log valley, Shir ley township, in said county, well cultivated, containing about 200 acres more or less, a large portion of which is cleared and under good fence—having thereon a log dwelling house and barn, and an orchard.' Block Log creek runs through the prefflises, and talents 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. Alsoa tract of Mountain Land, well timbered, lying on the Black Log moun tain, in Shirley township, adjoining lands of Samuel H. Bell and others, containing SO acres more or less. TERMS.—One third of the purchase money to he 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 township, Samuel Long of Shirley township, or Gen. A. P. Wilson at Huntingdon, or by the subscribers at Shirleys burg, Huntingdon county. By order of the Orphans' Court, M. F. CAMPBELL, Clerk. WILLIAM B. LEAS, SAMUEL McVITTY, Nov. 20, IS M.] Trustees. WAR WITH FRANCE I 8 not now very generally expected, stillgreat excitement has recently been produced in Huntingdon by the arrival of a most splendid assortment of Fall and Winter G ood s, at the old and popular stand of C=l.7qr 4m o Market Squctre, Huntingdon, His stock comprises Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware, Cutlery, Caps, Shoes, Boots, Muffs Unue!' as. Bonnets, &c. He has a splendid as sortment of French, English and American CLOTHS; C✓4SSI.AIERES axp VESTINGS; _ . Dassinets and Jeans in great variety. Also, iteady-made Cloth inp., of all kiiids, A carefully seleCted variety of Silks, Merinos, Minims, Cashmeres, Dclaines, Prints, Ribbons, Laces, &c. ak Well as eery variety of Litlies :brass and l'rintmitig Goods All of which will be sold at prices 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, arc respectfully invited to call soon at his store where they will find the above fully verified. GEO. GWIN. Huntingdon, October 9, 1849. AWFUL DISCLOSURE! 91HE Hungarians not satisfied! an other Grand attack on the agent's OYSTER HOU:vE! ! Thousands aro slain ! ! The Excitement stilt Increasing, notwithstanding the Agent's great efforts to alloy their thirst for Blood ! ! Hundreds are attracted to the scene of action to see this brilliant establislunent,and all have come away satisfied that it is the finest Oyster Saloon in the world ; and in addition, Agent's Oysters are of the most superior quality. He has inst received this day an entire stock of Confectionary, to which the attention of the Public is invited.— Thankful for post favors he still hopes for a eon , ties once. If you want to know where this fine establish ment is, just step down into Railroad Street, one door above William Stewart's Store, you there will see the sign of tho Red Curtain—That is the place, 11 ENRY AFRICA. Huntingdon, November 6,1849. SADDLES. A GOODassortment of well finished Saddles lIJW on hand and for sale at the Saddle and Ilarness Manufactory of Win. Ulasgow, °pp° , alto the Pest Office, Huntingdon. Iluating.loo, August 7, 1849. .7.•,:isow - zr z - .. -- vala-rua. 8 8 NEFF Ss MILLER HAVE this morning received, at the stand of H. K. Nere & Brio., an e. -, new stock of am" , ,,i. Clocks and /Watches, (....._____ Je w elr y, Cutlery, Stationary, 7i — V. efetnery .0.p,4 -, •, . . , which is positively the largest, best and most fashionable, and cheapest assOrtment ever offered 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 Watches as cheap and as well as it can be done in ally of the Eastern ,cities. The public are politely requested to call and test the truth of stir declarations. The proof is in trying. N. B. The highest prices given for old gold and silver. Remember NO. 1001 Market Square, Iltip tingdon, Pa. October 30, 1919. CITY HOTEL. 41 & 43 NORTH THIRD STREET; PHILADELPHIA, A. II HIRST Would respectfully inform his friends an:l the travelling public generally, that he has leased the above large and Well known Hotel. 'the location is one of the fiery best for business men in Philadelphia, and he flatters himself that by giving it his entire attention, that he will he able to render perfect satisfaction to all wild may favor him with their custom. fie returns thanks-for the very liberal sup port already extended fo bith by hie ffiertds of Ititntin•don and the neighboring counties, and begs leave tb assure them that he will spare no pains or expense to render the CITY HOTEL worthy of their continued support. Philadelphia, Oct. 30, 1812-Iy. COVERLY'S HOTEL. lIILERISEI7ItG, Pit: /run Proprietor of Ibis large and well known 1 Hotel, would respectfully inforin the publit that it has recently been enlarged, repainted in , side and outside, newly popered, and thoroughly renovated throughout. Thin hos been done at a very large expense, and with the view of keeping pace with the improving taste and spirit of the age. Ile now flutters himself that he can ac commodate his friends in a style beyond the abil ity of any other landlord at the' eat of Govern trent, Ho has in fils employ attentive and obli gingservants, Cooks of long expr - rionce, and Ito is determined to spare no eXpellAl! to furnish his table with the very beat that can be pioctired in the market. It is with great confidence in his ability to render entire satisfaction, that ho in. members of the Legislature and others to make his house their stopping place while in Harrisburg, Ho would beg leave to return jtis sitlerro 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. Hatrisburg, 0ct.30,19•19-3m. Chair and Furniture D.'. LE - 7 (ID Ft-6Am Up Stairs alone Peter Swoope's Store and Sheriff Crownover's office, and three dbbrq cast of .4lcKinney's Hotel. THE undersigned has again com l., menced the above business in all its various branches, and is note pre -I?ared to accommodate all who may lavor him with their custom on the most reasonable terms. He intends keeping on hand all kind. of CHAIRS and FURNITURE, front common to the most fashionable sty'e, and made in the most durable manner, which he will sell low for casts br coul . l!ry . produce. MI kindeof Lumber taken in exchange for chairs or furniture: COFFINS will et all (kilos be kept on hand, and funerals attended in town, and shortly in tothn and country, as he is getting a splendid hearse made for the accommodation of the public. Muss AND Sias Pancrixo attended to as usual. THO. ADAMS. Huntingdon. October 30, 1849. MILNWOOD ACADEMY. A Ilharding School for'Young Men, Shadc Gap Huntingdon county, Pa, REV. T. Y. m'aINNEs, A. AND T. li. W. ariNES, A. M., PRINCIPALS, TILE Winter Session will continence on the first Wednesday of November, and continue five months. The et urse of inatruction embraces all the branches necessary to prepare young mete either for the higher classes in College, or for the studies of a profession and the active htini acre of life. Tho Academy building is new, commodious, end in every way adapted to the accommodation of a large number of boarder.. ['he location is distinguished for its healthful sees and religious character of the surrounding community. It is easy of access, being on the stage route connecting Chambeinburg with the Central Railroad at Drake's Ferry. I I TERMS ern Sassiox.—For Orthography, Reading and writing, 5; Arithmetic, Gecgra ' phy, Grammar, Composition, Natural Philos. phy, Astronomy, l'hisiology, Chemistry, &e. g; Mathematics, Greek and Latin Languages, $l2 French and German, each $5. Boarding, exclu sive of fuel & light, $1,25 per week. For reference or fui thor particulars address JAMES Y. M'GiNNES. Shade Gap, Oct. 30, 1849. l3:7l3lair . County Whig please carry 4t ZE'2fT_ - . l cq=3. - ;ZM Estate of Daniel liurftitan,fse, NoTic,: is hereby given to the Dews anti legal representatives of Daniel Kul (man, tleed,, late of Union tp. Huntingdon co.,and to all others interested, that by virtue of a writ of Partition and Valuation. issued out of the Orphans' Court of said county and to me directed, an Inquestivas held to part and divide or value and appraise, all that certain tract, piece or parcel of lend, situate in Cass tovenship, lluntingilont eouttty, adjoining lands of Lewis Stever, Philip Kurfutan, Conrail Kurfinan and Peter Koffman. and Shirley's Knob, containing about two !miima and sixty acres or thereabouta, being the farm upon which the said Daniel Kurfinan resided at the time of his death—and that at the November term of said court a Rule was granted on sai I heirs, &c., to appear at the January term of said court, on the second Monday ( Nth day,) and to chow cam. it' any they have, w hy tine Heal Estate of said deceased should not be sold. M ATTH E CIIIIVS4.) V ER, Nov. 27, 180 44.