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✓lrri.aal of the Steamship Niagara.
The Steamship, Niagara, from Liverpool,
With two week's later news from Furope, ar
rived at Boston on Friday last. We give her
most important news : _ ,
Cotton had advanced fully* quarter of a pen
ny per lb.
The price of floor had suffered a slight decline
Of about six pence per bbl.
Corn had also declined about six pence per
An aid-de-camp of General Benignity
be Hilliers has just reached Paris with
important despatches, the nature of
which has, in part transpired. It would
seem that there is little likelihood of an
understandin g being come to between
the gallant eneral and the Government
of the Cardinals, owing to the manifest
jealousy of French tnfluenee entertain
ed by the latter. While the Cardinals
nre for placing the Pope under the pro
tection of a mixed garrison of Austrians
and Italians, Gen. De Hilliers insists
upon leaving a French force of 12,000
men in the city of Rome. This propo
sition has been met by the Cardinals with
a decided refusal, and affairs are as far
as ever from being arranged.
The French fur - ids continue to rise.—
The Five per Cents hate reached 94f.
The Breslau Gazette of the 6th, says
that the public mind in Vienna is much
taken up with reports Of a coup d'etat—
teports which are even current in mili
tary circles. The day named for put
ting it into effect was the 6th or 7th
instant. The military measures are re.;
ally formidable. Within ncircleof six
miles around Vienna, the houses are full
of soldiers. There are at least 50,000
men in Vienna, and 50,000 more could be
poured in by the railways in the course
of three or four days.
The reply of the Austrian CabineE to
a note from Prussia, on the subject of
the Erfurt Assembly is as follows :--
The Austrian Cabinet is sorry to clod
that its former communication, instead
of producing the desired etlect upon
Prussia, has elicited replies, which,
though evasive, are full of signification.
In its former remonstrances, the Austri
an Cabinet fully stated its view of the
question and of the consequences of the
step which Prussia was taking. Since
these remonstrances were unheeded,
Austria will not condescend to wage a
war of words with the Prussian Cabinet
but reserving all her objections, protests
and rights till a further opportunity, she
wishes it to be understood that her si
lence is not to be construed into an ac
quiescence with the Petissian project,
nor with a derelletidn of her rights."
General Count Wilna, ►oho comman
ded the imperialists when they were de
feated at Raab by the Hungarians, has
committed suicide at Verona:
The typhus fever was raging fearful
ly et Verona on the 20th ult. No less
than thirty medical men had been seized
with it from visiting their pdtients.
BERLIN, Jan. 7.—lt is understood that
the ministerial crisis was over, and that
on this day the Chambers would receive
a royal message proposing the oath to
be taken to the Constitution, and accep ,
ting the same with some slight amend
t urko y I
The correspondent of the London
Times, under date of Dec. 19th, says i
A courier has arrived here from St. Pe
tersburgh with the Emperor's answer to
the last communication made to his Im
perial Highness by the Sublime Porte,
with regard to the question of the Pol
ish and Hungarian Refugees.
1n a former letter 1 told yon that the
Turkish Ministers were willing to con
sent to the expulsion of the Poles who
had been concerned in the late amga-
Tian insurrection, but they objected to
the expulsion of the Polish refugees
Who were resident in Turkey previously
to that event, and who were provided
with French and other passports. The
Czar has agreed to the terms proposed
by the Porte,. and Dembinski and the
other Poles who served in Hungary are
to be expelled:
Their countrymen resident in Turkey
who were not concerned in that insurrec
tion are to remain unntolested. If, how
ever, any one, without reference to the
country under whose protection he may
be, shall, while resident in the Ottoman
Empire, be guilty of any act hostile to
the Government of the Emperor Nich
olas, he shall, at the detnand of the
Russian Envoy, be expelled from the
Kossuth and the Hungarian refugees are to be
confined in a fortified tower in the interior.
They are not to be close prisoners, but their
place or residence will be under the constant
Surveillance of the Turkish authorities.
the correspondent of the 111;;;Wg herald,
however, writing on the same day, asserts that
the Emperor of Russia has refused to accept
the Sultan's guarantee for the conduct of the
Poles, and that the matter is as far from being
settled as ever.
-There is a philanthrophist in Bos
ton who drinks all the brandy he can get,
in order to "get the cursed stuff out of
the country." He thinks ruin ought
to be put down.
One murder, two attemps at murder,
end one suicide are recorded in the Cin•
einati papers of the 14th ; besides any
quantity of minor offences.
The Parkman Case.
More developments—The Tan Box--ilt
tempt of Prof. Webster to induce a
Woman to make a Wrong Statement—
The Trial Erc.-,
We find the following additional par
ticulars relative to this horrid affair in a
fourth edition of the Boston Herald of
A few of the developments Made be
fore the Grand Jury relative to this ex
traordinary case have leaked out and
from the subject of public comment.
The circumstance of finding in Prof.
Webster's laboratory the thorax and one
of the thighs of a human being, imbed
ded in tith e in a tea box, will of course
be recollected by our readers. A std•
king feature earcufated to involve the
Professor still more completely in the
horrid affair, is among the disclosures
It appears that the tan In which the
remains were found, was brought from
Professor Webster's house in Cambridge
by Mr. Sawin, the expressman, at the
same time he conveyed the grapevine
cuttings to the Professor's laboratory.—
These cuttings, it has already been sta
ted, could be' used in burning the body,
and concealint the offensive' odor. The
fact, then, of the remains being discov
ered in Professor Webster's laboratory,
partially charred by burning--the unu
sual material used in consuming them—
and above all, the cireutnstance that the
tan in which they were concealed, was
brought frotn the Professor's own house
at his own request—form one of the
most startling developments implicating
the Professor that has yet been made
We learn that a 'Mrs. Bent, who re. ,
sides in Cambridgeport, near the bridge
testified before the Grand Jury to the
feet that the Professor had called upon
her a day or two after the disappearance
of Dr. Parkman, and asked her if she
could not state that she recognized the
Dr. on passing the bridge. Upon her
replying that she did not, he urged her to
reflect carefully and discover whether
such a circumstance could not be recal
led to her mind. She still insisted upon
her ignorance in the matter, and Pro
fessor Webster exclaimed, "Alas! I fear
the poor Doctor has b een mur d er ed."
It . will be reccolleeted that the toll
man on the other end of the bridge, has
asserted that the Doctor passed him on
the afternoon of the day of his disappear
ance. This was known to the Professor
and his effort to induce Mrs. Bent to
make a similar statement, for the pur
pose of corroborating the toll-man, would
,eem to indicate a deeply laid scheme to
get the impression abroad that the Doc•
tor had passed over the bridge after the
period of entering the Medical College.
Oa the night of his arrest, the Profes
sor requested the officers to take a dif
ferent course from that in which they
were going ; for the purpose of calling
on Mrs, Bent, and Interrogating her
again on the subject. r:
The multitude of Witnesses in the
case have given recognisances to appear
on the first Monday in March, in the
Supreme Judicial Court, at which time
the prisoner will be arraigned, and the
case probably proceeded with.
The Boston Traveller; of Tuesday,
says :—The WittleSses ih the Patkman
case were all recognised yesterday in
$lOO each ; to appear at the March term
of the Supreme Court ; to testify as to
what they know in the matter of the
charges against Prof. Webster.
The Trabscript has the seine story
as follows :—lt has been stated--we
know not how correctly--that the Grand
Jury were unanimous in voting the bill.
Forty-six witnesses were yesterday roc
ognised to appear at the trial in the Su
preme Judicial Court.
It is a trite remark that youth is the
happiest portion oflife, but like many
other wise sayings, it passes unheeded,
till at some late petiod in the great jour
ney we look back, and by a comparison
of the past and present, are forced to
feel and confess the truth which we have
before doubted or eonderrined. Mankind
are ever tempted to think that there
is something better in the future, than
is afforded by the present ; if they are
not happy yet, they still indulge bright
anticipations. They are reluctant, even
When advanced in years, to believe that
the noon of lie's joys is past. It is not
till the shaddows, dark and defined, are
creeping around us, and forcing us to
deal honestly with onrselVes, that we ad
mit the truth—that life is made up of a
series of illusions ; that we are constant.
ly pursuing bubbles, which seem bright
at a distance, and allare us into the
chase, but which fly front our pursuit,
or if reached, burst in the hand that
grasps them. It is not till we are al.
ready at the landing, and about to step
itito the bark that is to bear us from the
shore, that we come to the Conclusion
that human life is a chase, in which the
gathe is nothing, and the pursuit every
thing; and that the brightest and best
portion of the chase is found in the
spring morning, when the faculties are
fresh, fancy pure, and all nature robed
in dew, and chiming with the music of
birds, and bees, and waterfalls. It is
something to have enjoyed life, even if
that enjoyment tnah not come back
again, for memory can revive the past,
and at least bring back its cheers.
Rev. John Wm. Heim, pastor of the Lutheran
Church at Loysville, Perry county, Pa., died
on the 27th ult., in the 68th year of his age.
Three Young Ladies. litoivhed.
Three young ladies, one the daugh
ter of Judge Woodward, (Ellen M.,) the
second Miss Ann Butler, a resident of
his family, and the third a Miss Mary
R. Benner, of Bellefonte, Pa., who was
visiting for a short time in the family of
Judge W., left their home in Kingston,
to walk over to Willcesharre (about one
mile) on Saturtle.y last. The water of
the Susquehanna had risen over the flat
lands and rendered the road impassable
far Wagons, and on Friday night had fro
zen to the thickness perhaps of two or
three inches. They undertook, in per•
fact safety as they supposed, to walk on
the ice from the house to the bridge and
amuse themselves in sliding along; but
in attempting to cross a small pond of
hack water, (so called,) which had been
frozen over, Miss Benner broke through,
followed immediately by the other two
and all three were drowned, no proper
assistance being at hand. The alarm
was given by one of two little girls who
accompanied them, to some citizens of
Kingston who hastened to the spot, a
shawl upon the ice designating it to them.
By placing boards, they succeeded in
reaching the hole in the ice and bringing
up the bodies ; but life was extinct, and
all their efforts to restore it were fruit
less, the bodies having been in the water
a half hour. This sad event is deeply
deplored in the community where the
young ladies resided, and where they
were highly respected.
KITTANTNG IRON WORKS.—This exten
sive establishment is about suspending
operations for an indefinite period. The
depressed condition of the iron market
is the cause of the suspension. Messrs.
Brown, Phillips & Co., the owners will
not risk the large capital invested, by
continuing, a business which at the pres
ent prices of manufactured iron, will not
only not pay, but Joust inevitably lead to
ruin. This suspension will fall heavily
on several hundred persons dependant on
the works for a livelihood, and have a
depressing effect upon the markets and
upon real estate. Here are some of the
unmistakable fruits of the Tariff law of
184.13, so much vaunted by the leaders of
Locofocoism. And, unless the present
Congress comes to the rescue, and enacts
a law similar to that of 1842, the iron
business of the country will be speedily
ruined, and Great Britain have the com
plete monopoly and entire control of
that important interest.—Kittaning Free
Socialism in France&
The Paris correspondent of the Phil.
adelphia Ledger, says
"Seizures continue of the journals.—
The Reformer, for example, for having
published the address of the Democratic
Exiles in London, which ends with the
customary political aspiration. Do not
imagine that Socialism is on the wane in
the Provinces. What Martin Luther's
trumpet note of reform was in his coun
try, so is Socialism in this. Nothing can
stifle it. Ledra Rollin, the great polit
ical leader, who brought on the Febuary
Revolutioni has just issued a powe-ful
pamphlet, entitled "The Thirteenth of
June," giving an account, and doubtless
a true One, of that event. He wrote it
from London. The government seized
the edition. But a fresh one is out, wor
king through Paris like electricity, under
the nose of the police.
"In the Provinces, juries acquit the
Socialists. Menance, too, overawes the
juries. The object of the Socialists is
to get the majority—to remodel the Con
stitution so as to dispense with the office
of President, Which they view as an Itn
PHILADELPHIA, Jan 2.5, itlso.
The Flour market continties ihactitte. A
sale of 500 barrels common brands for export at
something less thdn $5 per barrel. For city
use, the sales are limited at $5 a 5,121 for com
mon, and $5,25 a 5,75 for choice lots and ex
Rye Floitr we quote at s2,o4,and Cern Meal
at $2,75 per barrel.
GRAIN-Wheat is steady at $l,OO a 1,07 per
bushel for good and prime Red, dnd $l,ll a 1,15
CORN-There is but a limited amount offer
ing. Sales of new Southern yellow at 57 cents.
OATS—Sales of Pennsylvania at 35 cents per
WilissEr-Sales at 2d a 25 cents in bhds rind
J. W. THOMPSON,
HAVING removed - to Hollidaysburg will at
tend promptly to all legal business entrusted
to him, in Blair and adjoining countier. Office
No. 6, in the Can't 1-Inure.
WATCBZS ! WATCHES t
Great Inducements to Persons in
Want of a good Watch.
NEFF & MILLER having received addition
al supplies of Gold and silver Watches, of
every description from London, Liverpool, and
Switzlirland importations, are now prepared to
furnish the very boat article at a price tar below
any ever offered, of the same quality, and which
cannot be undersold by any other store this side
of Philadelphia. Every watch will he well reg
ulated and warranted to he ea good as represented.
They have also received a large and beautiful
Mock cf Jetvelty, cf the newest styles, which has
been lately purchased and wilt be sold unusually
1001 Market &pare, Huntingdon,
January 29 1850.
rrHE largest and most handsome assort men tof
1. Valentines ever publishcd, just received
and fat sale at unusually lot, prices, by
NEFF & MILLER,
January 29, 1860:
COUNTY A.PPM ALS
frIHE undersigned, Commissioners of Hun
tingdon County, hetet)+, give notice to the
taxable inhabitants, the owners and agents of
real end personal property, taxable for county
and :Irate purposes, and the Innkeepers who have
been returned according to law, within the coun
ty of Huntingdon, that an appeal for the bone
fit of ell persons interested will be held for the I
several townships within acid county, between
the honre of 9 o'clock A. M. and 3 P. M., as
For the township of hopowell, of the house
Jemea Entrekin, on Monday, the 18th day of
For the township of Penn, at the school house
near Jacob Bumbaup,li's, on Tuesday the 19th
For the township of Walker, at the house of
Jacob AVUithey, on Wednesday the 20th Feb
For the township of Porter, at the honed of
Michael Stsa'er, on Thursday the 218 i February.
For the township of Morris, at the House of
A. L. Moyer, on Friday the 22d February.
For the towaship of Pranklin, at the house of
George W. Mattern, on Saturday the 23d Feb.ruary.
For the township of Warriorsmark, at the
school house in the town of Warriorbuturk, on
Monday the 25th February.
For the township of West, at tha house of Jo
seph Forrest, on Tuesday the 26th Frbru..ry.
For the township of Barren, at the house of
James Livingston, on Wednesday the 27th Feb
For the township of Jackson, at the house of
Henry Sell) idge, on Thursday the 28th Feb'y.
For the township of Henderson, at the Com
missioners office, on Friday the Ist day of March.
For the township of Union, at the house of
Zechariah Pheasant, on Saturday the 2d March.
For the township of Cass, at the school house
in Classville, on Monday the 4th March.
For the township of Tod. at the house of Gen.
Keith, on Tuesday the sth March.
For the township of ( lay, at the house ofJohn
Runk, cm Wednesday the 6th March.
For the township of Suringfield, at the School
house near Hugh Madden, Esq., on Thursday
the 7th March.
For the township of Dublin, at the house of
Matthew Taylor, on Friday the Bth March.
For the township of Tell, at the school house,
near Nicholas Gooshorn's, on Saturdty the 9th
For the township of Cromwell, at the house
of David Ftnire, on Monday the Ilth March.
For the township of Shirley, at the house of
David Fraker, on Tuesday the 12th March.
For the township of Brody, at the house of
James Lane,on Wednesday the 13th March.
hen and where all persons who consider
themselves aggrieved by the triennial assessment
or valuation of their property, professions, occu
pation..., &c., are hereby notified to attend and
state their grievances if they think proper.
The Commissioners, for the information of all
e mcerned, state that they are bound by law not
to make any allowance or abatement on the val
uation of any real estate in any other year than
that in which the triennial assessment is made,
excepting whe, buildingsor other improvements
have been destroyed subsequently to such trien
January 29, 1850,3 t,
Estate of JOHN 11.431P50N lute of
Clay tom. Huntingdon county, dec'd.
moT ter. k hereby given that Lettere of
Adminietratien on Said estate have been
granted to the undersigned. All persons in- i i
to said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment and those having claims or de
mends against the same to present them duly
authenticated for settlement to
Jan. 22, 1850-61.] Administrator.
rb SALE OR RENT.
THE "Santa Fo" Warehouse, Store
room, two Dwelling Houses, &c.,
situnted on the Pennsylvania Canal and Central
Railroad, 12 miles cart of Huntingdon, in Hun
Tho buildings ofe XE and commodious, being
erected the past year ; the Warehouse and Store
is doing an excellent business ; it is the nearest
point to the pubic, impruVementS far the cistern
end of Iluntingdon and Bedford counties, an ex
tent of country twenty-five miles solidi.
One of the dwellings to large, and well cal
culated for a public house where ono is much
needed. The Pa. Railroad Company is making
a depdt of thin point, which will improve the
business much: It is a desirable place for a man
It the above property is not disposed of bolofo
the first of February next, it will lie rented on
that day at public outcry.
Possession on the lot of April next.
Apply to James Kelly on the premises.
JAAIL•'S KELLY & Co.
Santa Fe, January 8, leso.
!ID'Lewistown Detneerat will copy and pub.
Clothing S Clothing
AXTOIJI,D respectfully inform his customers
II and the public generally, that he has stall
on hand a general assortment of veell made
which he will sell unusually cheap for cash.
Those who want bargains would do well to
January 15, 1855.
TO the Ladies and gentlemen of Huntingdor•.
1 and all those wishing to purchase good arti
cles at their true 'aloe we would suggest the
propriety Of calling on NEFF & MILLER, the
only teal opposition in the watch, Jewelry, and
Silverware line in this "neck of woods,"
They aro selling goods of such unprecedented
low rates that perscna in want cannot fail to
No. 1001 Market equate,
Huntingdon, January 15.1050.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry. &c.
DERSONS attending Court are respectfully
invited to call at SCOTT 'el CHEAP
JEWELRY STORK, end inspect hin superior
assortment of W ATCHES, JEWELRY. &C. He is
weekly receiving additions to his stock, which
is large and 'hell selected, and sold on very mod
Jantittry 16, 1850.
AXels. Springs, &c.
UST received and for sale a new lot of Axels,
•J Springs, &c., at the Shop of ROBERT
GRA FIUS, Alexandria.
Dec. 18, 18,19.
VINEGAR, of the beet kind, for sale at
Nov. 27, 1810. C UNNINGH A M'S
List of Letters
DF.MAINING in the I'ost Office at Hunting
don, Pa., on the tat day of Janunry, :850, &
which if not lifted on or before the Ist day of
April next, will be sent to the General Post
Office as dead letters. ,
, L earnedß James
Bisan John Learned Theopholia
Blair Jackson Leary Daniel
Blake William Lesberger Mayer
Boggs J. C• Letford Thomas 2
Borkman Tobias Lynn Patrick 2
Burp John Lfsberger & Dorsh
Boyd Mr. Lyden John
Brady Borony DI
Brady Rev J C Madden Dutton
Brackbill Nancy 2 Maher Patrick
Britt Peter Mahoney James
13runnells James Mason Robert
Bulger Daniel Mayo John
Bulger Patrick McCallion Philip
Burke Bridget McCann James
Burke John McCartney William
Burke Thus 6 McCartney John 2
Campbell. Alexander McClure James
Cantwell Daniel McCormick Michael 2
Cantwell Daniel or Etl.McCool James
Quinn McCourt James
Carte Patrick McCullough George
Carter Richard McDonnell William
Clarke Peter 2 McGill Chas.
Cohen Isnac McGovern Mitt
Collins James McGrain Patrick
Cooke John McHugh Patrick
Corcoran Patt McKeigh Robert
Corbin Nicholas McLaughlin Patrick
Cowden Charles C Meara Daniel
Drinenhour James Miller B F
Deasey Charles Millear Jacob
Deely Francis Moore S
Dodson Stephen Morgan J
Dolan John Mulchahy John 2
Donnlen Edward Nathan Abraham
Dorsey Michael Norris William B
Dowling. William Nusbaum Victor
Doyle John 0 P
Eagan M. Pollett Samuel
Earnest Henry Price James
Et Inger John R
Evans William Quiglei Fe Q
F Racine Gustave
Fispatric John Rapp Alfred
Foly John Reynolds Mr.
Frederick Augustus Rhule Dr.
Fulton James Ridden Michael
Gertrude Roarke John
Gibbons William Robison Miss Mary
Gill Patt " Rodgers Michael
Gorman Patrick Ross John
Graham William 1' Sankey Miss Julia Ann
Grout Richard Saul Anthony
11 Sealey Bernard
Hale Mrs Mary M. 2 Sharer John 2
Hall Sarah Shea John
Hamilton H Shultz Mrs. Catharine
Halphonright Jorge Simpson James
Hazlet James Simpson William
Henderson James 2 Slatman Charles
Hill S Smith James
Hogen John Smith Philip
Houseman Charles Snee Michael
Hutchison Benjamin Sprowell Francis
.1 Stall Miss Christiana
Irvin James Steel Miss Susan
Johnston James Stephens James
Kaufman II G Stewart Samuel
Keller George lIV
Keilty John Walls Eli
Kerney John Walsh Michael
Kelgan John Walsh Patrick
Killey Andrew Ward Phill
Kierman William Watson John
King Hugh Weaver John
King John II Weston William
Kuhn Anthony Whalen Patrick
L White Miss Mary
Lary Dennis 3 Wilson Henry
Persons inquiring for letters on the above
List will please say they are advertised.
0:7" Two cents in addition to the regular
postage charged on advertised letters, _
PETER C. SWOOI I E, Id. M.
Huntingdon, Jun. 8,1830-4 t.
NEW OYSTER SALOON.
Opposite the Post Office, Hunting
9111 E undersigned would respect fully inform
his friends and the public in general, that he
CO Ck CID 11'. , t3l . llcd:a CD WL
fitted up in a superior and coinfortablesty le, and
is prepared to accommodate all who may favor
hint with their commit, With elegant, fresh BAL
TIMORE OYSTERS, served up hi a style that
cannot be etirpassed. He has a rootu fitted up
expressly for LADIES and GENTLEMEN.
PRIVATE PARTIES can be furnished with
a roots onshort notice.
FAMILIES furnished wits oysters by the
dozen or linger quantities.
C AK ES of alt kinds baked to order at hia es
The undersigned hopes by sirtct attention to
business, and untelaxed effort to pleatie, to merit
and receive a liberal portion of public potronagu,
J. M. C UNNIN GIIA M.
December I I, 1849.
*5 Reward—lnformation Wanted.
AMARE left the residence of Bene
dict Stevens, about two months ago.
She is a large dark bay, lame in the left lore
foot and no shoes on behind. Any person know
ing where she is, will r,iease inform the under
signed, by sending stew lines to Orbisoij. P. 0.,
Huntingdon county. JAS. M. STEVENS.
January, 1,1850.-4 t
Corner of Market Street and
rpHrs old established Hotel, has undergone a
I thorough repainting, papering, &c., during
the lest season, and is now the most desirable
slopping place at the Capital,
Members of the Legislature end others visiting
Harrisburg are invited to call,
Large stabling attached to the ilitoise.
CU" N. 9.—Charges moderate.
WM. 'l'. SANDERS, Agent.
becember 11, 1849,-3m.
VOTICE is hereby given to the mem
o bers of the Cumberland Valley Mu
tual Protection Cowpony of Dickinson township,
Cumberland county, Pa., that en aseesement of
six per cent hue this day been laid in the pre
mium notes of said Company, by the Board ;
which amount is directed to be paid to the Trea
surer of said Company, according to the charter
and by-lawe. By order of the Board.
A. G. MlLLgit , Seery
JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS.
T 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 Verge Watches of all sorts and qsalities us
Eight day and 30 hour brass Clocks. Altb,
Diamond Breast Pins and Boger rings;
Fob, Vest and Guard Chains. ; Gold Medal
chains ; Gold Pencils and l'ens ; Ear Rings ;
Bracelets, and other Jewelry in great variety,
which for beauty and exce llence, cannot be ex
celled. Also Silver Table, Tca and Salt Spoons,
and Butter Knives ; Silver Specks ; Rodgers'
fine Pen-kives ; Accordeons ; Pocket Books;
Perfumery ; Envelopes ; Note Paper ; Wafersl
Port Monies; Combs ; Hairand Clothes brash ,
es ; &c., &c.
This 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 calf
and judge for yourselves.
Huntingdon, November 6, 19.19.
The dlnglo-Sarrons have Come again!
THE Public are respectfully informed
$c W. *arton
have just received the largest and best assort
Fall and Winter Cloods
ever brought to this place, comprising all the
various articles genernlly kept at other MOMS,
with the addition of a great many articles he*.
or offered for sale in thin place. Their stock con
CLOTH'S, CJISS 'XERES,
Sattinetts, Vesting', Tweed cloth, Kentucky
Jeans, Canton Flannel, Flannels of all colors.
Table Diaper, Muslins, Calicoes, Gingham.,
Mouslin de I eines, Cashmeres, Merinoes
A Ipaccas, Silks, Mull Jacconet and
Cambric Muslin., Linen Cambric,
Silk acd cotton handkerchiefs, Fur.
niture check & calicoea o g Force,
Shawls and Trimmings.
Men's and Boys' Boots and Shoes,
Cloth and Glazed cape, Cravats end Suspenders,
Looking Glasses, bed Blankets. Carpets, &c.—
They have also an extensive assortment of
Groceries, Hardware, and Queensware,
They haves 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 PLASTER, All
of these articles will be sold as low as they MO
be hoeght at ally other establishment east of the
They are determined to sell off their old stock
of Goods at and under cost. Look out for liar•
Huntingdon, October 30, MA,
NEFF & MILLER
HAVE, this morning received, at the old
stand of H. K. NEFF & BRO., an entire
r new stock of
s Clocks and Watches,
•11 L' jewelry , ailer Stattonar
tilt r : rfr
," which is positively the largest, best
and most fashionable, ariecheapest
assortment ever offered for sale in the place.
Flaving in their employ one of the best work
men in lire State, they can most confidently en
gage to repair Clocks and IVatehesas cheap and
as well as it can be done in any of the Eastern
The public ate politely reottested to call and
test the truth of our declarations. The proof
is in trying.
N. B. The highest prices given for old gold
Remember Nd. 1001 Market Square, Hun
October 30, 1819.
Wake upi Citizens ! Wake up !
rirondelfUl Reduction in the Prices of
Clothing at the Hall of Fashion ! !
Does not produce on excitement equal to that
of cheap Ready-made Clothing now opening at
the , Hall of Fashion.' by H. & W. SNARE,
corner Room of Snare's Row, opposite Jolla
Thankful for past favors, we respectfully in
orm our customers and the public generally that
we have just received and are now opening a
splendid assortment of
Fall and Winter Clothing,
Our stock consists of line Wad( French Dress
and Frock Coats, Drab French, Beaver snd
Itlacksnarr Over-costa, Tagliona ai.d black cloth
Sacks, Cloaks of all kinJs, Business Coats, Pea
A tine assortment of cassimere Pants, consist.
ing of tine black, medium, fancy French of dd•
ferent styles—and cassincts, A great variety of
Vests, such as tine satin, silk velvet, plaid, cash.
mere, &c. Fine Shirts from $l.OO to 2.50.
Woolen and Cotton, knit under Shirts, Drawers
and Stockings. Bosoms, collars, French and
other Suspender.. A fine asssortment of boy's
NOV utyles of Hats and Caps, Roots & Shoes,
Umbrellas, &c., in fart every thing malty kept
in Ready-made Clothing Stores, and of qualities
calculated to please and accommodate the puhl:c.
If you wish to keep up with the times and
fashions, call at the "Hall of Fashion."
B. & W. SNARE.
Huntingdon, Sept, IS. 1849.
Ladies and Gentlemen
.and see the best assortment of Goode
in our place.
Beet quality of Men's Boot. and Shoe., finis
Fine cork noted men's call Ain boots.
Men'. water proof hoots.
Men's gum and buffalo aocks,best qualty.
Boys ind Children's beet quality of boots.
Ladle. Morocco shoe., half gaitera & low boots
Ladles heat quality of gum oboes and also
metes silk hats and cloth cops of hest quality &
latest fashion, end also a variety of other articles
Noctographic paper of ali cobra, for sale cheap
Oct. 23, 1519.