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The New -;York Tragedy.
Never, peritapl; has a more diabolical, wilful
And deliberate uturderleen perpetrated than the
one we are about to record, which occurred at two
o'clock diis morning, Nov. 16th, at the honor No:
51, bey street, occupied by a MOO named
Charles Muria Roseau and his loudly, who have
lived there but p short time. During their sojourn
at that place, they have oceasionnally been visited
by one of their countrymen named Henry Carnal,
who of late had ascertained that his friends had
ascertained that his friends had nearly $250 in ready
money laid away Gar future use, which it seems be
had detorminedm use desperate means if necessary
Last evening, shortly before 9 o'clock, Carnal
arrited from Newark; New Jersey, and beingpoor
and havlag in view the money in question, he ar
plied to his benefactors fbr supper and et night's
lodging. The elder Roseau, objected to his stay
ing all night, but his two sons, Louis and Charles,
consinvii, and said that Carnal might sleep in the
room with them, awl 'for ihat ',impose lend a niat
tess on the floor on which he was to sleep. All
thing' beiugxeady, the two brothers above men'
tionedmid , the murderer entered at about halfpast
nine o'clock, all of whom lay quietly until 3 o'clock
this morning, when Carnal cautiously arose, took
from lip private pocket a huge dirk knife, and
stabbed Louis in the abdomen, inflicting an anftd
wound, through which the abdomen protruded In
an ilftiklY. ",1 (,) :
The cries of thewoiinded man aroused biz
brother , struck in the neck and,
aide with the weapon, through which wounds the
blood flovißift torrents. The father and a youn
ger son, who W t ere steeping in another room,- heard
cries for assistance, when the former jumped out of
bed, seized a bundle of knives and spoons, which
were tied together, and went to the room of his
sons. Immediately on entering width, he clone in
contact with the fiend Carnal, who stabbed initial
the neck, severing the jugular vein. The three
wounded persons then fled to the street, and gave
the alarm, after which the old gentleman fainted
from the loss of blood, sank on the pavement,
whffik, Ih'is few moments, he was found by officer
McCullough gorfectly dead, his head supported in
the lap i's?dtio l 6f His ions, while over his deadbody
stood tbe &liaison, whose affection for their mur
dered parent, not withstanding their own awful
condition, constrained them to not leave him alone.
Dr. Monson Jones, residing at No. 148 Cham
bers street; was at once called, and came promptly
to the dreadful scene. He dressed the wounds of
the-two young men, and renderedevery assistance
in his power to aleviate their sufferings. Ile thinks
their recovery next to an impossibility. After
every thing possible was douo for the sufferers, they
with their lamented parent, were conveyed to the
and Ward Station Ilouse, when Captain Ilopking
made every exertion to 'Sid the sufferers. The
awful wretch who perpetrated the crime, was not
discovered until daylight, when he was found, and
arrested by the above maned officer, iu the rear
yard of Mr.'Androws, No. 47 Dey street.
The Coroner's. Inquest, after a long examina
tion, rendered the following verdict after which the
prisoner was remOved to . tlm Tombs—
" That the deceased, Charles Marie Roseau,
came to his death by wounds inflicted with a knife
white in the hands of Henry Carnal, on the mor
ning of the 16th November, 1890.",
It is the babbling spring which flows ge,Stl:
/he little rivulet which runs along, day and night,
by the farm house, that is useful, rather than the
swollen flood or warring cataract. Niagara excites
our wonder and we stand amazed at the power
end greatness of (led there as ho "poured it front ,
the hollow of his band." But one Niagara is e
neugh for the continent, or the world, while the
some world requires thousands and tens of thou
sands of silver fountains and gentle flowing rivu
lets, thaf water every farm and meadow, and ev_
on garden, and that shall flow on every day, and
every night, with their gentle, quiet beauty. So
With the acts of our lives. It is not by great deeds,
like those of the martyrs, that good is to be done;
it is by the daily and (inlet virtues of life—tire
Christian temper, the meek forbearance, the spirit
of forgiveness, in the husband, tl7O wife, the fa
ther, the mother, the brother, the sister, the
Mend, the neighbor, that good is to be done.
Remedy for Scarlet Fever.
• The folloWing prescription for scarlet' fever we
find going the rounds of the papers as the mode of
newt:Went resorted to by Dr. Schneenum, physi
cian to the king of Hanover, and strongly recoils
mendedkDr. X.indsley of Washington city. It
is exceedingly simple if it is only as efficacious :
TRE*TMENT OF SCARLET FEVER BT NENE
Tionr.—Froist.the first day of the illness, and as
soon as we arc certain of its nature, the patient
must he rubbed morning and evening over the
whole body with a /mice of bacon, in such a man
ner that, with the exception of the head, a cover
ing of fist If every where applied. In order to
make this robbing in somewhat easier, it is beat
to take a, peice of bacon the size of the hand choo
sing a par; still armed with the rind, that we may
have a firm grasp. On the soft side of this peke
slits are to bo mastic, in order to allow the oozing
ont of the fist: The rubbing must be thoroughly
performed, and not too gitteitt.V, in order , that the
skin may be regularly eatnrated with the fat. The
beneficial results of the application are soon obvi
ous ; , with a rapidity bordering 'on magic, all even
the most painful, symptoms of the disease arc al
layed, quiet, sleep, good humor, appetite return,
and there remains only the impatience of the sick
Advtee to husbands.
Let your homes be provided with such comforts
as piety, Pickles,pouitoes, pots and kettles, brush
es, lirounis, benevolence, bread, charity, cheeze,
crackers, Midi, Hour, affection, dineerity, onions,
intemity, Vinegar end wisdom. Dave these al
'* vs on baud, and tepoiness will be with you:
Don't drink anything intottleating—eat moderate
ly—go ab . ouebnsiness after, breakfast—lounge a
little after dinner chatafter tea—and kiss after
~,,,,,yonogz,, and all 'the joy, and' peace, and bliss
the-earth can afford shall be yours, till :the ,gave
closes over voit; and your spirits are borne to a
brighter and happier world. P. S.--Don't 'forget
to hen patron to . the "Huntiqgclon,Joqmal."
Vino OA NET I—Govenor QUITMAN Bays, unless
the Lagislaiure sustains his disunion efforts he
vitt resign. The Canton(bliss.) Courier calls that
a "dreadful punishment," end begs him to resign
in advance, in order to he spared the mortification
of eating his own word,.
Two weeks Later from California.
NEW YORK, Nov. 21.
'hie steamer Crescent City, Capt. Stoddart, from
Chagres with dates from San Francisco to the 16th
of October, arrived here, this afternoon, at 5 o'clock.
She brings 350 passengers $1,100,000, in gold
dust on freight, and a half million in fhe' bands of
The steamer Caroline arrived at Panama with
$1,500;000 in gold; the Columbus left San Fran
riFeO with $500,000.
The Aulviccs from Panama state that a reroln
tion lid been attempted there, but was suppressed.
Dr. Keller, of Canada notoriety, was arrested.
The health on the Isthmus was good. No pas
sengets were in waiting, and steamers were beg
ging for freight and passengers.
The cholera was raging so terribly at Port Rey
al on the outward passage of the Crescent City,
that Capt. Stoddard demed it prudent not to call
there on his return.
The news of the adtnission of California had
been received with universal satisfaction through
out the State.
A report prevailed a few days before the steam
er sailed, that the cholera had broken out in Sun
Francisco. This however, Iva are glad to announce,
is positively contradicted by the city papers. The
people are leaving San Francisco as fast as they
can get away on their return to the United States.
Frost TIIE MINES.—The intelligence from the
• mines is of a mixed description. Wherever the
streams have been dammed, a plentifid yield of
gold hue been the result. But several of the dams
having recently given way, in consequence of the
rising of the waters, the labor.of months has thus
been rendered fruitless. Gold, bearing quartz,
continues to be discovered and this, in the end,
will form the great resources of the miners, when
thE surface of gold fails.
DISTRESSING ACCOUNTS OF TILE OVERLAND
EMIORANTS.-The news from the overland emi
grants is most distressing. It was estimated that
at ►cast twenty thousttad persons were beyond the
desert, journeying to California a large portion of
whom were entirely destitute of provisions. The
cholera had broken out among them, and was car
rying them off with fearful rapidity.
'rho accounts of the sufferings of these people
fill the papers with narratives of the most painful
The expediency of making a requisition upon
the Collector of the port of San Francisco, for an
advance of one hundred thousand dollars, has been
suggested, and it is probable that the citizens will
resort to that means of alleviating the terrible dis
tresses of which the accounts reach us day by day-
The resources of private benevolence are exhaus
ted, and it is but right that the government should
On the 18th inst., in Philadelphia, by Rev. 0.
Douglass, Wit. It. MT.', Esq., Junior Editor of
the Lewistown True Democrat, to Miss ANNA
MAMA WOODHULL, of Princeton, N. J.
"Better late than never," friend Mac. For our
part, we tad given you up long ago for a confirm
ed bachelor. However, as you have so agreeably
disappointed us, here's our tikr with all the cont.
plimcnts usual on such interesting occasions.
On the 10th inst., in Bellefonte, ROLAND Cult-
TIN, Egg. in his 84th year. Mr. C. was a native
of Ireland, but was educated at Paris. He settled
at 111ilesburg, in Centre county, at an early day,
and was the first person who run an ark down the
Bald Eagle Creek. Ile removed to Bellefonte in
1800, where he pursued a successful career as a
merchant, and lilted several county offices. About
1812 he established the Eagle rem Works, which
is still in operation.
In Henderson township, on the 20th inst., DEN ,
TIC ALDER; youngest son of Dennis and Mary
Buoy, aghd 3 months and 15 any,.
Philadelphia Bates of Discount.
Philakipilla Banks • • par Lebanon,
Ilttsburg, pu Chambersburg,
Germantown ..... •• pa Gettysburg, • • •
Chester County, ••• • p Middleton, •• • •
Delaware Comity, • • •pa Owlish',
Montgomery Co., •.• • Harrisburg. •• •
Northumberland •,• • p Honesdale,• •• •
Col. Bridge Co., •• • • par Wyoming • •
Beetling p Eric Bank,• •, •
Lancas'icr, par Waynesburg, I;
Doylestown par Schuylkill Haven, • • •par
Easton par West Branch In*
Bucks eounty, par Relief Notes V
ille par ~ ~
Brownsvi.. •• new issue •
Pottsville • • • • Stato Scrip,
Washington, • ilPittsburg City Scrip •
York,' • • • Aneglreny City, 20
DanviUe. • • •• • • • • • •pallAttegheny Connty,• • • 20
THE MA ithrr*.
Nov. 24, 1850.
The Flour market continues quiet; 1,000 bar
rels good Western sold for shipment at $4,84 per
barrel, but there is very little inquiry. l'he sales
to the city dealers and bakers are limited at yes
terday's quotations. The market continues bare
of Rue Flour. Corn Meal is held more
We quote at $2,8l per bbl.
Gists.-ThelleiLand for Wheat is less active,
Sales of Red at $1,06, and White at $1,13 per bid.
Rye is ix demand, and 'further sales of Penn's.
have been made at 85 cents. Corn is in fair re
quest; sales of Old Yellow st 66 cents; now ran
ges from 55 to 58 cents, according to dryness.—
Oats are in better demand ; a cargo of gontlieni
sold at 38 cents per bushel, which is an improve
Whisker is less firm; saks of 200 Ws. at 291
cts. and Itlids. at 24 cts.
MBE LADIES are respectfully invited to
examine the new and splendid assortment of
DRESS GOODS, now offered for sale at the
Bridgeport Store, by
Nor. 26.--4t* SPEER & IRONS.
BOOTS AND SHOES, compri
aingewery description, for either Ladies , or
Gentlemen's wear, now opening and for sale cheap
for cash or country prteltim at the Bridgeport
Store. SPEER & IRONS,
Nov. 26.-2 t.
Jenny Lind Concert Scarfs, Shawls,
and indeed every article of souboutble Goods
for Ladies' wear, fur sale by
Nov, 26--2 t. STEER & IRONS.
T ANTED, exchange for goods, at essh pri‘.
ces, 10,000 lbs. RAGS, 2,000 bush. RYE,
10,000 lbs. BUTTER, 1,000 bushels CORN.—
Emp oy. ire 96-21. of t.;I'EER & IBC/n.4.
VALUABLE REAL ESTA.
THE subserraer will offer for sale,
1 the 21st of Decanter, at 10 o'clock,
LOT OF GROUND, situated in SF
Morris township, Huntingdon county,
erected two excellent DWELLING .
the one being a new two story STONE
the other a one and a half story frame'
Any person wishing to examine the pr
do so by calling on Robert Kinkead,
resides on the prernisen;
An indisputable ti ,will be given
sale made known on 4y of salt by
JAS. M. Kr
Nov. 26, 1850.
STRAYS.—Came to the residence of the sub
scriber, about the Ist of October, a BRINDLE
HEIFFER, n BRINDLE STEER, and BLACK
STEER, with , a white forehead, . supposed to be
about a year and a half old. They are about one
age, with a piece oti the left ear, and a slit in the
right car. The owner is requested to come for
ward, prove property, pay charges and take them
I away, . otherwise they will be disposed of accord
ing to law. GEORGE A. HEATON.
Nov. 26, 1850.
In the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Hunting
Writ de Partition de
THE said Hardman Philips, and all ether per.
sons interested, are hereby notified, that, in
pursuance of a writ de partitione facienda, issu
ed out of the said Court, end to me directed, I
will on WEDNESDAY, the Barclay of January next.
take with me twelve free, honest, and lawful
men of my bailiwick, upon that certain tract of
land situate in West township, in the said coun
ty, "bounded by Shaver's creek, and lands now
or late of John Crawford, Jacob Neff, Benjamin
Brubaker, J. Neff, and the Frankstown branch
of the Juniata river, surveyed on a warrant
granted to Samuel Anderson, bearing date the
9th April, 178.1, and then and there, as in the
said writ commanded, the said tract of land with
the appurtenances ; having respect to the true,
value thereof, into two equal parts cause to be
parted and divided, and one equal part of the
said tract of land, (the whole into two equal
parts to be parted and dividedl onto the said
Abraham Cresswell, and the remaining one e
qual part of the said tract of land, (the whole
into two equal parts to be parted and divided)
unto the said Hardman Philips, to be held by
them in severalty, will then and there be as
signed and delivered according to the command
of the said writ, and the laws of this Common•
WM. B. ZEIGLER, Sheriff.
Nov. 26, 1850.-6 t.
MILL AND FARM FOR SALE.
THE subscriber will sell, at private sale, the
MERCHANT MILL AND FARM now oc
cupied by Samuel Hockenberry, in Wells town
ship, Fulton (formerly Bedford) county.
The MILL was erected only a few years ago ;
has three run of stones, a twenty foot over shot
water. wheel, and has all the modem improvements.
The whole of the machinery being in complete
We FARM consists of 90 Acres, about one
half of which is cleared and in cultivation.
As the undersigned resides at a distance from
this property, and his engagements will not admit
of his giving it proper attention, he will sell it at
A BARGAIN, and make the payments easy—say
one-fourth or one-third in hand, and the balance
in from six to ten annual payments. Possession
given on the Ist of April next.
For further particulars call on the suhscriber in
Mercersburg, Franklin county; G. W. B. Sipe,
near the premises, or Win. Dorris, Nary., Hunt
ingdon. JAMES G. CARSON.
Mercersburg, Nov. 19, 1850. •
Cr "Centre Democrat" insert Until first of
January, 1851, and charge this office.
NEFF & MILLER ALWAYS AHEAD!
rrHE great amount of WATCHES, CLOCKS., I
J. JEWELRY, anti Fancy Articles, sold daily.
at NEFF & lkin.thaes, is the hest evidence that
they sell the most fashionable, best and cheapest
in Huntingdon, and that the principle of dealing
with all upon fair terms, gives satisfaction.
air They are THIS DAY opening the Lar
gest and Best Assortment of IVATcti
no and JEWNLItY, &e., ever brought to Hunting-
don. Call and fie therm They Znlyask a small
advance on Cat for goodS, and not two prices, as
at other places.
er All goods sold WXIMANTED TD BR AS . 111,
PRESENTED. Dun% kcgct the cheap corner.
Not. 5, 1850. NEFF & MiLLER.
HUNTINGDON MARBLE WORKS. - •
rpllt subscriber has just returned from the city,
I where he purchased a huge and well assorted
lot of MARBLE, which he offers to the citizens
of Huntingdon and adjoining counties, at prices
which cannot fail to suit all who may want either
MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD .A.ND FOOT
STONES, or any work usually dorm in an estab
lishment of this kind. Persons wishing any work
in his line, would do well to give the subscriber . a
cull, as he is determined not to be outdone by anv
other establishment, either in material or work
manship, on the Juniata.
Shop near the upper end of Main street,
nearly opposite the Presbyterian clutch,
R. G. STEWART. .
Improvement in Dognerreetypeing
VAN LOAN & CO., No. 118, Chesnut street,
Philadelphia, Lupo, by recent discoveries in
their art, enabled themselves to take pictures at i
all times, with great certainty—as well in stormy
as clear weather—which arc justly pronounced bj .
artists and scietifie men, UNRIVALLED, for depth of
tone and softness of light and shade. By working
themselms,,they not only produce pictures whirl'
am GOOD AND CHF:AP !! but by far the best
mid cheapest which can be produced at any other
establislmient. Their charge for pictures itt hand
some improved cases, range from ONE DOLLAR
to three dollars, depending on the size of the pic
ture, being scarcely one-half the prices charged at
other establishments, for pictures Of total 'sift—
hut of inferior quality. Their Gattatt OF POR
tßArre, consistkg of some hundreds, embraces a
collection of DISTINGUISHED AMERICANS
worthy the attention of 'Miters to their roof
which are OPEN AT ALL TIMES.
The collection which they had dot
exhibition' of the Franklin Institute ) was constant•
ly Surrounded by dense cror
were loud in thew praise of
To guard against every ,
they guarantee every picture
terials, and unless it is emir
customer, NO CHARGE I;
When visiting the ci
whether you wish a Daguer
admission is free, and you
yoitr Visit. Don't forget the
street, a few doors below Poo
Philadelpliiu,Nev. le, 14,
DARE AND Et
QCOTT'S CHEAP WAI
ELRY aro going off tat
at which he sells. Ills st
well selected, and people fit
call with him before tasking
;coy. 12, 1850,
PEIGHTAL & BOGGS,
HAVE just received another tremendons'ad
dition to their previous heavy stock. They
have everything now that is required tosuit the
wants of this community.
- - _ .
Splendid Excelsior De Lains, at
12t cts. per yard.
Superb Paraniatta Clothe, at 62i cts.
Unequalled Brocades, at all prices.
Rich Irish poplins, at .56 and 75 cts.
Calicoes, from 3 to 12t cts.
French Oiled Ginghams, at l2i et.
Damask de Leine, richly figured, at 25 eta.
Real Conestoga Sheetings, 9t cts.
Oriental and Bay . State Shawls, at all prices.
Heavy Yard wide Muslins, at 6 and 8 eta.
Real "Jane Lind , Cloths,' at 121.
Satinetts, at 37,50, 62 and 75 eta.
Tweeds at 25, 31 and 37 eta.
Hardware, Queensware, Roots Si.,
Shoes, Paints, Drugs and Dye Stuffs, at their
for Mer low prices.
Indeed, everything can be had at thin popular
Bazar, 25 per cent. lower than else
where, and all that is required to convince the
community that the
, 4, Y.LEPHANT" is the
place for cheap and good goods, is for them to
call, when an examination will satisfy them
that money can be saved by patronizing this es
Nov. 5, 1860.
WESTERN LAND AGENCY.
A (.2.% NIPBELL, Land Agent at Lasalle, ll
linois,, has openedageneral Laud Agency fur,
Middle and Northern Illinois, and Southern WiS 7
cousin, where he will attend to the parchase, and
sale of Improved and Unimproved Lands,liayment
of Taxes, Location of Mexican Land Warrants,
pinking selections for those who nosy be entitled to
Bounty Lands under the late act of Congress, and
generally to all business connected with a general
Having completed arrangements whereby per
sons wishing to procure lands in thik ffirtile and
rapidly improving portion of the West, can do so
at the minimum price of $1,25 per acre, without
the expense and risk of travelling there, any per
son who may pay to my Agent, Jetties Mar mire,
at Huntingdon, the sum of two hundred diffiars;
will have one quarter section (160 acres) entered
in their name, (or as they may direct) for which,
they will reeeivethe patent from the general Land
Office at Washington city, in their name, clear of
According to existing laws those lands are not tax
able for 5 years from the date of the entry. Sat
isfuetory security will be given for all performances
on my part, and for the refunding of the amount
of the purchase, with 6 per cent:, at the expiration
of five years ' to any person who may then be dis
satisfied with the location.
The canal from Chicago to Lasalle, at the head
of Steam-boat Navigation on the Illinois River,
the leailroad from Chicago to Galena, which is
now in process of construction, and the Railroad
from Chicago to Rock Island, on the Mississippi
river, now completed. to Aurora, souse .30 miles
west of Chicago, will OW through this country
from East to \Vest, and the great Central Raiiroaul
front Galena to the mouth of the Obiu river, pass
es through it from North to South, for the con
struction of which the late Congress appropriated
a large amount of land, thereby securing, beyond
doubt, its speedy completion ; and there isilo doubt
in the mind ',fluty person well informed upon the
subject, but Chicago will be connected with all the
Atlantic Cities by Railroad, in the course of from
two to four years front this time, thereby enabling
tiunilies to emigrate to this country in the short
space of from three to four days, from any portion
of the 'East, without the risk of travelling by steam
boat. Persons wishing to procure dhsirable homes
for themselves and families, will do well to make
application soon, as the amount of priblic lands is
lifeired, and is being taken up tepidly by actual
Any information lesircil, cnn be obtained from
is.tAc Palmy, Esq., linntingilon, In.
10ES9I.ER & BROTIIER, Mill Creek,,Hnufingdon
'Aim:rum & Donsual, Huntingdon, Pa. ,
S. S. I LAIR, EMI., ilolliditysGrg, Pa.
Cvi • Letters Connected with the business may be
addressed to CANUILELL, Peru 1. O. La
Valilable Properly at Private Sale.
MBE subscriber will sell his farm at.private
sale, situated in Kishacoquillas valley, about
three miles west of Allenville, adjoining lands
of C. tt Daniel Yoder, Samuel King and others,
containing 142 acres, about 123 acres of, which
is cleared, and in a good state of cultivation. - -
The remainder is well timbered. The improve,
ments are a large two story Stone Rouse, good
Log Barn, good Spring at the door, good Spring
House, and all other necessary mit- buildings.—
A first rate Apple Orchard of choice fruit, and
only six miles from the Pa. Canal and Central
Railroad. This farM is laid Mt in fifteen fields,
With running water in every fieldoind a running
stream through the barn yard. This farm will
be sold reasonable, as the subscriber is desirous
of emigrating to the west:
Valuable Property, at. Private 'Sale.
FARMS AND TIMBER LAND.
1 cil: subscriber offers nt *irate sole, the foi
lowing described ',linable Minns and Timber
Laud, situated in Kishaeoquillas Valley, Mifflin
county, Pu., one of the richest Agricuititral valleys
in the State of Pennsylvania.
No. 1, contains 120 Acres of first rate
Limestone' land, in good state of eddy:idiom with
a Brick House, Vrante Barn, and other buildings
No. 2, contains S 2 Acres, with a House,
Barn and - Saw Mill therconierected. A beautiful
Orchard of fruit trees, and a never failing well Of
water at the door.
No. 3, contains 240 Acres, with House,
Burn, and two tenant Houses thereon erected.—
and the rest well timbered.
beatttifnl' and valuable
LAND. ' t
4 property will•he sold whole
lusere.! Fur further portico
ited in tin
A T the lowest prices for mili.—Pure White Lead
.2 - 1- at s2.per keg. _Flaxseed (hint $1 per gaL—
Spirits of Turpentine at 50 ens. per gal. Putty at
ets. per pound. Whiting at 3 ens, per pound.
Latharge at 10 Cts. per lb.
'7 lattez Windsor GLASS, front Balo to 28a
30, assorted qualities.
8 dozen Point Brushes and Sash Tools.
100 lbs. GLUE, . 100 lbs. Red Lend,.
50 " Chrome Yellow, 100 " Venitiun lied,
50 " (keen, 25 " Terra Cena,
25 " Plain Green, 25 " Sugar of Lead,
10 " Eu. Vermillion,. 25 " Spanish Brown.
With an assortment of all kinds of Paints, &c.,
suitable fur fainters,
Housebuilders, 4c., which
are warranted of good quality, :dant, on baud at
Lewistown, Nov. 3, 1850.
Vernon Air-tight Cooking Stoves.
uT E have just received three sizes of these high
1V lv celebrated Premium Cooking Stoves; patt
&lVA in 1850, which is considered by all to be in
valuable in its economy of fuel, and can do so ranch
work'its the largest sized Hathaway Stove, at the•
low price of $l6 to $25, with Kitchen Companion
, complete, with Tin an Hollow-ware, at $l6 ;
Norton't,Mineria Stove at $l5 a $18; Not. 2 a
3 Air-tight parlor Stoves at $5, $6. a sfi,so, the
handsomest pattern in Use.. Cast Iron Stoves, $9
to $10; 7; 9 a 10 plate , Stoves, $3,50 to $lO.
• As we wish to close out our, stuck .of Stoves,
we will sell, tSr cash, bargains. •
It A NCISC US.
Lewistown, \ov. 5, 1850.
Solar Lard Lamps.
CIIURCHES, Public Buildings, &e., ran he sap
plied with Solar Lard Lamps of nii• style and
quality, as low as can be purchased in Philadel
phia, warranted to give satistiwtion, or he rerun,
ed within at reasonable time.
14 pair Lard Lamps, 111. W and fashionable styles.
8 " Hanging'" • lit
6 " • Side " "
6 " Hanging Lamps; for Camphene. • •
2 dozen'tampa for burning Fluid, with an as
sortment of Chimneys, Shades & Fixture:,
Wicks, •&e. at FRANCISCUS'S.
Lewistown, Non". 5, 1850.
Leather and Shoe Finding Store.
:I it ;111!av4 ollatl a leaidveassot
!.,lolii ( t ocwiii l ig 4 d
Lining Skins, hip, Upper, Sole,Bmuchundcoun
try Calf Skins, Pegs, Shoe liitt, &e. to be sold
lower than the lowest, by
Noy. 6,1850. I,I2ANCISCUS.
A Mow], beautiful Its To
sortmmit of Ten and
Mc Cutlery—the niost beautiful over otlhrei
hero—liallard's Ivory handle setts of 51 pieces
.Ivory do.; Desert knives, a new and good article
low for cash, nt
Nov. 5, 1850,
ROCK and Sporting Powder, Safet y Fuse fur
Nov. 5, 1850,
RON of various sizes, at 3 and ets. per lb. at,
Nov 5. F. G. Fith.Nviscurs's.
GLASS! GLASS!! GLASS!!! of all sizes at
lowest cash prices, by
NAILS; Brads, tiliihes, at $4,25, :tad perhaps a
little lower, fur cash, at
TIN, Block, ditto, Srielter, Zinc, Rivets, Iroi
Wire, from 6 to 23 3 -always on hand, at •
Nov. 5, 1850. • • F. Li. FRANcisomea.
IANIPIIENI , on, and I3uniinK Floid, of bola
quality, always for sale, pure nod fresh, by
Nov. 5. F. 0. FRANIIINCT.S.
200 Packages Saddlery, at reduced prices.-
100 packages Conch Witre. The large:
,• assortment of'diese goods almlcs on Land.
Nov. .5. • F. iI. FeAsutserg:
Tills flourishing institution is situated in Tus
carora Valley; Juniata roomy, Pa., eight miles
south-west of Mittlintown and six Milt, from the
l'erryville station on the i'enit'a.
It has been in streeesstill operation for morethan
twelve yenrs, and is 'believed todmi equal to any
Arademy in the State in alliirding facilities to
young melt for nevittiring et thorough arademittal
education, either for or for college. 13e-,
ing situated in a very pletisttut neighborhood in,
Klte country, the pupils- are %TIM/V.l front thotm
temptntiotts to idleness, dissipation and vire, which,
are the bane of similar institutions in town; and,
the whole surrounding vicinity will vie iv ti, any
piaCC in the State fur /tea/di/it/nem, and for the
high tone of pervading the community.
The buildings ' recently, Intro been greatly im
proved, and are large, appropriate and commodir
otts, constructed according to the latest and Must
approved 'motels of school architecture ; Mel are
believed to combine all the eswittial requisitts ftnd
the advantage and convenience of both learnerand
toucher. Pupils front it distance are required to
board in the Academy With the Principals ; lint*
it is desired by the parents, good boarding may bo
obtained in the neighborhood.
For liottrilin, (per week,)
Wu-bin}:, (per quarter, wveks,) 1,511
For (per quarter of 11 wock,,) 1,1)0
Fur hicidentni, " 25
TERN'S OF' TUI'T'ION
For Tuition in Latin, Greek, and Pdathcznaties,
(Per rinarrer,) $6,00
Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Rhetoric, •
Political Eeonotny, Book-keeping, Bet
any, History, &c. .
Arithmetic, Engl is runittar 4 • Geography,
Heading, Writing, &e., (tier tptarter,)— • • 3,00
Light, Books and Statiortery urn found by the
Pnpil,•and may be obtaitaal at the gores in the
neighborhood. There are no imott charges what
Thu neademical year la dividedinto two SCSSiOIIS
of 22 weeks catch ; and each session into two quar
ters-of 11 weeks each: , fiV' One quarter muxt be
raid in flconer, when ,the Pupil enters; attul all
hells must be paid qtr InAre he louses ti n ,leadenni :
otherwise seven per cent. on. the whole bill for the
quarter will be added. No deduction for absence
during tho quarter, unless caused by siekness..
The Principals have both been eoustiunly enga
ged in touching,- upwards of twelve years, •asol
ens furnish the very host testimonials, both of
their own scholarship and ability, and also of the
thoroughness, success and accuracy of their mode of
teaching. They. will both give their exdusire and
onciivided riUentinn to their ptipils,'and will adie be
assisted by mho, competent inktreettirs; and they
therefore' hope hi enjoy the confidence of the pub
lic, and, to merit sidlogriv,eiberal share of
it l .
The Vacations occur iu April and iletober.
is alsol.'rit,ite 11, in.ding I lonse belong
ing to tin) Anadcuty, ut which surCral young; man
may board tlti ntu I e sat tam ut hnO . the above mfrs.
A(l(tress all runUut , wicatinns (post paid) to the
Academia P. 0.7
h i tvin WILSON, A. M.
I)AVID•LAUCHIIAN, A. B.
Tuscarora Valley; Jufilitta Pa., •
November 5, 1850.--It.
ly visit the splendid re-
MILLEN, say that
cheapest assortment of
I intown. Their stuck
low rates at Which they
reach of competition.
N. B.—Pupils feo'tnn distant.° can always find
a ready conveyance from MitHin or r drryville up
to the Aendemy, by applying to any of the Mote%
in either place.
;sburg Glassware jue
CIARSAPARILLA, a fine article, for sale at
►) Marks' Confeetioeary. May 11.
Paints, - 011, Glass, Patty, &c.
F. G. FRANCISCUS'S.
F. G. ru.tNCISCUS•S.
F. G. Fit iNCISei .
Nov. 5, 1850.
F. G. Fit \\t'l3l;i;9'9,
Nov. 5, 1850,
LATE AIiD,IIIFORTAIVE, SEI
..How the burly borly'e done,
'How the bottle's lot and itee.,,
-T"E "noise and conOwsion" attendant eon
the election, having subsided, the public
will now have time ttr visit the PEOPLE'S
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE, which has just
been supplied with the largest, Most beatititol,
and cheapest assortnient of HEADY MADE
CLOTHING. ever brought, to Huntingilon
consisting in Elsa of Dress and Frock Coats,
Overcoats and Cloaks, Sock Coats, Paats oh/
Vests of the Intest and richest patterns. Tits
remarkably LOW PRICES at which Clothittt
can and will be sold at the People's Cheap Stnue, •
cannot fail to attract purchoSers.
*THE FANCY DEPARTMENT embraces
every variety .or. Shirts; Cellars, Suspendcza,
Hosiery, Caps , Umbrellas, Flannel Shirts , and
Drawers Hatkerehiels, stoves, &c. &r.
usual. A large assortment of •heavitifill Cloths.
Cassimeres and Vesting. ronsfaully on hand, at
tha rEpri,E , s CHEAP STORM, which will
'be made op to order, at short notice, and in the
very best style of workmanship.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS are offered to
purchasers. Those who visit SNYl,Eit'i estab
lishment, and examine his Magnificent stork of
Goods fur the 'Fall and Winter Trade, will ho
cohvinced that it is the Interest of every
who studies Economy, or who values his a poem , -
once in society, to purchase his Clothing at the
U come, come away,
No longer delay,
'Tis time to prepare for the Fall.
Some thick clothing bay,
Fur cool wentlier is nigh,
So repair to Sr: Cheap tlalt !
Good Clothing you'll find,
That's just to your mind,
And Clint,' as good Clothing can be.,
Then cone one and all;
To tbe People's Cheap Hall,
And purchase good ctothing of me.
Huntingdon, Oct. Ib, 18. G. 1
GIEOIIGIE GWIN has just received and
- opened the largeg and most splendid assort
ment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS ever
offered to the people of Huntingdon county, and
is prepared to sell at such remarkably LOW
PRICES'as must induce everybody'to buy.
His stock has been selected with peat cafe,
with a view to cheapness and good quality, awl
comprises, in' Part, Cloths of all kinds, French.
Belgian and Fancy cussimeres, Kentucky Jeans,
Oregon and Tweed cloths, Vestings, Flannels,
and Drillings, and a variety of cotton goods Tor
summer wear; MouSlin de Laines,' Alpareas,
French Lawns and Scarfs, Shawls and Handker
chiefs, Merinos, Calicoes Of the newest styles
and at low prices, Earlston, French, Scotch and
Domestic Ginghams snd Batzorines, French and
Irish Linens, lied Ticikings, kluslins,Skeetings,
&c. Having heretofo, been honored by a large.
patronage from the Ladies, he has procured 'the•
most elegant assortment of Ladles' lheri4 Goods .
ever brought to the interior of the State. Also
.Boots, Shoes, Hats; Caps, Groceries, Queens.
ware, and a great variety of goods of nil kinds.
In short he is prepared to otter Grist Bargains
to•those who favor him with their eustotni AU
are invited to call and judge for themselves.--
It affords him pleasure to exhibit his goods at
El 7" All kinds of country produce taken lit
exchange for goods - .
Get. . ;GEO. (MIK. •
"STAND FROM !Ann "r''
• . •
. . F ,
It fear you will he crushed by the evil:104o
of Fall and %winter Goods which 4,
i • & W. SAXTON have just received and opened
Ibr public inspection mid purchase, at their store
in Huntingdon, so celebrated for -their cheapness
and variety. The erowds assembling at their
store daily, ate only equalled by the numbers
nightly rushing for scats at a . Jenny Lind
enncert I We have better and cheapen
Goods than can be ;Mind at any other establish
ment in the country. • If ypu don't believe Ohio
assertion, "just drop in, you won't intrude,,"
and verify it. by examining qualities and prim,.
To enumerate in detail all the articles we have
for 'sale., would occupy too much space in the
paper, to the exclusion of ~ miarriages,", Always
so Interesting to • the fairer portion of our nu
merous customers. We will mention but a few.
We have For the Ia dies,. (tinit in our es
teems and "first in the hearts of their country
men,") Long Shawls, Thibet Shawls, Silica,
French Merino, Alpacas, llonnet Ribbon, Cash
mere dc Lanes, Jenny Lind' Cloth', l Ladies' and
Children's Muffs, &t. &e. with every desirable
article of DttESS GOODS.
' tfr The'Ladies will not forget that their do;
pnrtment is etinfineitto the store on the Corner,'
opposite Conte' Dote!.
BOOTS AND SHOKS, .1"I S AND CAM.
A splendid assortment of the above article.
FRESH GRtiCCRIES.bi which we Ilave the
Very best, and will sell at n very small advance
on cost. Just call undexamiun lor yufrayiv 4,3,
11AgDWAI21.1 AND quEENSWAnE,Ami
a great many other aitie . l4 to numerous 'to
mrntio.i, all of which will be sold low for cash
or country proinco.
(17" We will receive and store Grain, also,
and pay the highest market pricesoind it is ad
mitted by all to bathe most convenient place to
unload Grain in.aud about town.
J. W. SAXTON.
Ilentingdon, Oct. 29, 18511.
- . .
19110ARDliVti SCHOOL FOR YOUNG MEN.
Sono,: GAr, COI:116 PA.
Rfv, J. F. M., awl J.
.Aral/14/elf, A. M., Prineipds.. The Winter
Session' will comlllellee on ihe first Wednesday
of Nov,ember, 1640, to continue five months.—
The course of instruction embraces all the
branches necessary to`prepare young et; f either
for the .higher classes in College, or Tor the stu
dies of a profession, and the active 'Wiliness of
life. The Academy bifld'ing is -New, con..-
.Moss, and in every way adorned to the accom
modation ot a large number Of 'boarders. The
location is distinguished for its healthfulness,
and the moral and religious character of the sur
rounding community. It is easy of access, be.
lag on the stage route connecting Cbambersburg
with the Control Railroad, at Drake's Ferry.
Tilt MS rnit SESSION. -For Orthography,
Reading and Writing, $5; Arithmetic, Genre
phyvGrammar, Composition, Natural Philoso
phy, Astronomy, Physiology, Chemistry, fcci,
$8; Mathematics, Greek and Latin language.,
$l2; French awl German, each ss.' 'Boarding,
exclusive of fuel and light, $ I ,`.15 par NTeek.-,
F9E..&r.nee, fa rther particulars, addressl
JAMES Y, M'GINNES.
shsd ! , Gap, (let. 15, 1850,
“Music Uath Charas.”
QM CPI I hie.
,itiat rceeived, at 'the •Hunthmtlort
Bonk StorooVehiiiee assortment of MUSIC
BOXES, VIOLIES4 ACCOIi DE ANS and GUI
TARS, witbloteeeptors. .These , liistrumentware
9r , o'Peri°c quolkohnq 41.449,4, `.`coucwA
sweet . sounds' [ that for up,. tlie - Oar
"Like the sweet hone' nixm n Dank of violets,
Stealing and giving odor:"
VARIETY of articles too numerous to men.
Lion for sale at Clew/mg/14.e,, Gr or p r y . 4 4
confectionary "Ifentt quarters."