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Thursday, April 26, 1849.
XT Our thank. are doe the Hon. Simon
Cameron for copy of the Report of the
The Rev. Richard Roberts. who resided
about five miles cortn of this place, was nor.
tally irjared by the falling of tree on Thars
itj last. It appears that he was engaged ia
catting down timber in the forest when & Urge
Lab cf a tree struck t :m on the head so severely
liat it proved mortal in a lew hours. The
deceased was a man of many virtues, a pure
iJ devout Christian and was beloved aid re-
p-ctei by all wh-new"him
ZT Our neighbor cf the
t.ies ci to task about a small article of oars
10 which ws CAuipIaiaed of the trcaioent re
ctied bj the domestic crd.tcrs at thv hied.
fcf the State, and eerns utterly astoniutd that
c should bare the barcih'wd to censure iLe
co-duct of liiose .n pjaer a. though the may l
t eu hers of our own part y. Lbj it is the
rMm of hi ditcrs ami t!.'uc ni to f-!
c tliisdly in ti-e road pouted oal to tLe-a by
in r leader. wr.Loat daring ta assume luei
rnvilega of ib.tk'Oj and spakirg far I bam I
ae'ves, aid that ihey are be ucd la pra.se and ,
tiUl cverf act of a wh g al n j.tr".i jr bo
natter bow corrupt, or bow injurio .is t the
pcf- This being the fact. w are n jt sir.
prised that the Arirs should b astonished at an
ti Ccccc of besesty cf purpose on oir part so
ly-A.lj foreign to the character of the hig
W complained ef ths trett.-sent of thctc
ergiged on the publ'e works ia plain term
ahcut caring ho were censurable or where
theshoe might pinch. Tl.e At a is well awre
kosrer that the Legiilitaro should bear most
rf ih blame in not makinj appropriations
tciectlp large lo meet the liabilities cf the
bale. thus compelling her oI?cr to procure
the niJ:ssary articles of repair ct credi'. We
belie re a false idea of ecjnomy induced the
Legislature to pursue this course; so as to ena
ble the Slate lo meet her paymetiLs oa the her
interest- Although this occurred under a dem
ocratic administjition, a reference to the pro
ceedings of the last Legislature will satisfy
cy candid wind that we are raair.'y indebted
the exertions of the democratic members for
tDQ ha been made to satiaiy aJl rlainss of
,a nature cernp'aioed of.
Tr. Ttoaas C. Bcctis?.
This genllerran. whose card will be found in
another column of to-daTs paper, has, it will
be perce'iTed. resumed the practice of medicine
in Philade'phia- It afTurds cs much pleasure
to know the whereabouts cf such men as Da.
ErtnsG, and we know that this knowledge
will also be gratifying to his many friends in
this section of the countrv. During the latter
part ef the campaigns. of Mexico, the Dr. was
Snrgeon to the 2d Regiment of Pennsylvania
Volunteers, in which capacity he performed his
daty to the sick under his charge well and
faithfully, and won the confidence and esteem
cf all with whom he came in contact. We
know him well bad txtry opportunity cf ob
serving his conduct in his cScial capacity in
Mexico and can therefore assert, without fear
of contradiction that no physician better dis
charged the laborious duties assigned him. It
is just such men as he is that we like to see
prosper in the world, and we are confident that
bis many good qualities, both as a man and a
physician, are properly appreciated by the
Philadelphia na, and that they will be disposed
to testify their admiration in a substantial
Acw SL'ilia Law.
The militia bill passed at the last session of
tbe Legislature has received the sanction of
the Governor and is now a law of the State.
As we haTe not yet received the law, will some
ef ccr friends in Ilarrisbarg favor us with a
copj? We understand, however, that it abol
ishes the old system of militia training, and
imposes a tax ot fty cents a year on every
eaan subject to do military duty. This tax is
to be collected by the collector of the Slate tax.
h is held al.ke responsible for every cent of
U Each county form a a Crigade, the cScers
for which are lobe chosen by the oScers of
the eld volunteer companies now in existence
at the county Coert House sometime in June
text. The Regimental and company oScers
will be rated for by the members cf companies
at their armories in August next. Every com
pany numbering thirty men will be entitled tc
.1y dollars per year for the purpose of paying
their current expecses, and a company number.
ing fifty men will be entitled to seventy-five
dollars in like manner. Th is money, as well
as all others dje the Brigade, will be paid out
of the county Treasury. These we believe,
are ths principal features of the new Lill. We
hall pubUh it entire, however, as soon as it is
23 There is ttore bombast and less point,
wit cr common .en in arlicl nndef lhfl
caption of -tbe admiration ia the last
Jiiir Xcks. than in any article whih
we seen this season. We would advise those
fond of cariosities to procure it sad Uy it sway
carefully. It beats all natur, it do,.
It tSords u much pleasure to publish the!0n
foCowiug correspondence between the mem
bers of the EbensSurg Bar and Judje Kaoi.
Allhcugh the judicial correction ef Judge " , T , .
Kn,iW;tbtLi,caauv W1S of short duration j Beris Davtd F..Gordon.T
beerjoyed t e confidence and eem of our 2 Intgdcn, EaiT nu Gambm
ciiirens. As a Lawyer and a Judge Lis conduct jj"5e la ""?
hi;j-t amongst us give universal satisfaction,
and it is deep' re-retted that oar present ad
ministration should see proper to "Legislate"
him away from us.
Ejtxsins, Pa, April 9, 1513.
lion. Joks C. IIn ji, ,
Sit: An expression
on the part of the Members of the Cambria
Bar, end OScers f Court, has at least, ore
merit sincerity. Thtt is all, in the way of
epistolary excellence, we aspire to. Wej
hare learned with regret, that l-y .the opera
tion of the new Judicial District irrin-natnt
your cfnci&l cotneclion willi tLIs county is at
an end. It is not yet a year since you came
among cs, a stranger to car pecp'e; bat allow
os to assure yoi, that many years will elapse
before the recollection cf the necessity thst
compels our separation, i'.l lose iu mournful
infuence cn cur little land. I"ou may deem
it 1 . i . . i - i
iu ti.crci bui is Ltve saic lets, j
would have Lein treason tj cur own hearts.
What we bare said, is t.ot the studied cfT-priaf
r art, "bat anilmple teti(nobTaT cf our rcgarc-
conclcfioa. 5wr, accept ihit LumLIe tri-
bete cf derotion f.oa the member cf a b.r 1
and the cfLcirs cf a Court ever Lich y cu w .1;
no loner preti.
We rctuam, in truth
O. II. LRO'.VNC,
R. L. Juiisro.N.
C. H. IlUYLil.
E. IlL'IC!i:.ON Jr.,
W ILL I A 31 KITTLLL.
GEO. C. K. ZAIIM.
JC;t I'AT TER50N,
U eLL?s:xo Tiogi Co.,
G,tT, .,. t rr :ir.-i f.mr rf ir q,t,
UfTLHtJ. iicr kinu .aver cr tr.e SU
inst.. has just reac'-ed me. and its perusal his '
caused euioLon of co crdiLary kir.d.
S.nre rriy appointment tp the lench cf the
tentli Judicial District I have received from
the members of the bar, and ihe citizens of the
entire district", the utmos-t kindce?; and lhii
too without regard to political predilection j
or former personal asscciaticn. u I :t
from a remote section cf the State, ar.d a stron
ger to r.eirly all cf yoa.
Ey legislative actioa lbs rt'it'.on which his
for lbs psst year existed between the citizens
ol Cambria and myself is at an end; but bs
assured thai na -enectmtntm can cause me to
forget the obligations I am under lo the people
general'r, and more particularly to yourselves,
as msmt-ers of Ce bar, anu ofUccrs of the dart
for the many evidences of triendshipand good
feelings bestowed upon me ia our br;ef tiUcial
Eciag shoot to become a resident of West
ern Pensylrania- I shall gladly avail myself
of eTery opportunity to renew and extend the
personal acquaintance ichieh his thus far been
to me of seen s.n agreeable character.
Permit me, gentlemen, afier wishing each
of yoa present happiness and future prosperity,
to suofcribe myself,
Truly, your friend,
JOHN C. KNOX.
To Messrs. O. II. Drowns, R L- Johnston
C. H. Heyer, and others. Members of the Bar,
and OScers of the Court of Cirahria Count v.
The Leg:slitarc of Wisconsin has pas-
,i rPnPril la. tnihr.ri,;-,- an .nSaV:t,. tnZvi- t-J 1 .U r
change his or her name with the approbation
r .u , Tt - ., .- ,
of the town autnoruies. It is we.I tajt such
a law does not exist ia this State, otherwise
there woulu be such a rusa to the proper aa-
thorities fr a chsni of name that it wau!J
puzzle a Philadelphia lawyer ta tell trIstcio.
Frfsidfat Jcdrfs is PcMsyiraaia.
The following tatement of the judicial tlis
tricts. and the nresiitnt iudres of this State as
tK now at.n.-!. i. sid br the Harrier
i-;nn j ...rrt u h,r,. .v-
however, about the appointment of Joseph
BiiSngton to the 15. h district. If we under
stand ibe mailer correctly, there is no vacancy
in that district uutil after the rst of May next,
and of course the Governor co-li not mike an
appaiutment nntil a vacancy actoally existed.
1. Philadelphia Edward King.t
2. Lancaster Ellis Lewist
3. Northampton and Lehigh J Prin
4. Centre. Clinton and Clearneld
George W. Wood ward. t
5. Allegheny Benjamin Patton.t
6. Erie, Crawford and Warren Gay.
7. Bucks and Montgomery David
8. Northumberland, Lycoming and
Columbia Jos. B. Anthony.!
9. Cumberland, Perry and Juniata
10. Westmoreland, Indiana and Arm
strong John C. Knox.
11. Luzerne, Susquehanna and Wyo
ming William Jessup.t
12. Dauphin and Lebanon J. J. Pear
son. 13. Bradford, Tioga, Potter fc McKean
-14. Washington, Fayette and Greene
S. A. Gilmore.
15. Chester and Delaware Henry
16. Franklin, Bedford and Somerset-
Jeremiah S. Blaek.t
17. Beaver, BuUer and Mercer John
19. Venango, Clarion, Jefierson, Elk? BUU" uuiajug ior r.Ci ii,c uuuuicu
and ForrestJoseph Bufunzton.t iFS-rr dJndSe the
19. York and Adams Daniel Durkee. sbaud, if he refuses to pay the tobacco:
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21. Schuylkill Lather Kidder.t
22. Monroe. Pike, Wayne and Carbon
Appointed by Gov. Shunk. By Gov.
Poner. iBr Gov. Johnston.
Lsst eTeninj we receiTcd cfacial notice thtt
the militia trainings, are totally abol.s ed in
accordance with the provisions ot the act of;
the last tesiioa of the Legiilalure, and that
nothing more will be ione until after the in
trodaciion of the new order of things. Ve
are authorized to notify the editor of the Som
erset Yitiifr I Lit the crctr for iiiitia train.
ie g is couDterciiodeJ, and to recuttt Lira lo
discontinue Col John Ke-us miitary adTcrtue
ment. Aiihcugh there w&s much o! a I nrr.la char
acter in the cbi tu.l.lia system, there Mere so
mny pec jiiiriues about it deemed national.
U.al we alaiot regret to sec it abolished. 1 tec
wa lillle to ac:re. tut axacit to ungu at ku
' our aunual Lig roas-err as Uie dy wa
dtrotid iwore t fa ani jo.ity thia to Uia y'-
t -t horns axd !
tnu!. tax collectors and f.siiceus. and J
lU Etr.r ivi.dtuU a.wajs eoai.ee
nth it, reoder.d it a dsr cf .mportance ia the !
Iarg poriun of cur pep j lit ioo.
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tioa ( co:bi.a and uroaisiit..s. anJ reus
ol to.'btU. ani urainsiiuji.. anJ gc
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... now be thrown aJe as uc.e.i
here'. -it jt
V a i Liiin in-1 litiiui w ,4 wtt ivi
select some other lime and r'ace fr masing .
cari:al for lheme'Tes or their nartr. and 1
ers can co Icrger eiieuiaie na
for getni g drunk on ethers iHuor. Thote JT-'
.i:S u.m... " '
mar. as this great uay for the settlement of j
c.tpaie is among tbe tb:ngs mat were."
if" Wc see it stated that aa order has been
'issued prohibiting the pa b heat on cf the re-1
r o r !
lnoT1-a misCe DJ lM Dew i
in ikb .urpicous. ,co "
thi t-ea. Taylor was ahamed of his c n acts, j
Foa the SE.vnxEi,
Ma J. G. Gite.s: Ths follonrirsg will answer
the enig-na pullished inycur last paper.
25, 10, 5. IT, 13, Rabes,
16, 21, 5, Cub,
23, 13, 4. 13, C, G ose.
21, 13. 2-2, 14, 13, Uorcs.
11, C, 10, 2. Rear,
12, 15, IT, 5, Meet,
9, 3, 21, 1, Crum,
T, 15, IS. 8. Real,
JBJIrfr. .ur. i.ubext tnsox. ensDurg,
A. L. i W. 31 cG.
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Liure Run. Atm12J. Isi3.
' Fit! Htliry WarrtA.
It is evident that Fitz llenrv Warren,
(rhtj -was sppointcd f?cr?nd ArrsristiEi
Postmaster General, in place of the hon -
est Dpmornt. AVm. J. llmwn.Ms a fn-er t
rascal. The Avshinrton Union of the
10th inst.. rives the true historv of this
vrhio- nfncp" holder, from thp nil hi ic r, - f -
ord5 of Springfield. Mass., where he swin-
died his creditors, and applied for the ; ben-
eat of the bankrupt law, but was refused,
Decause nejrauzu.enifi,' conceaieu prop -
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env.' lie men oecampea ior me wes
and squatted down m Iowa, where he took
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a conspicuous part m defeaua? the elec-
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i .7 . A V 1. . l- 4.-.i i'- . i. ifcl. -
triicu vni" iwv iiuii'-iruu iuii& w uic rtr;i-
dence of a democratic member of the Lc-
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nslanire whom the wluirs wished to de -
prive of his seat, lor the purpose. Judas-'
j like, of betraying him. YV-hen the case
came beiore tne legislaxure, arren
swore that in a conversation with this in
dividual, (Kinsman by name.) hehad left
the ''impression''' upon hiswx5d that he
had resigned his seat. FdiijTowever,
that this was not sufficient4 to deprn e tlie
! member of his seat, Warlwseqnently
I swore that Kinsman told Ifim-he had re-
signed, notwithstanding the Governor,
Secretary of State, and other oScers, tes
tified that they had no knowledge of such
resignation. Warren, however, gained
his point. Kinsman was turned out, and
the federal majority postponed the elec
tion. Last fall, this same Warren was
sUe mover in the contemplated fraud
of Srntinj certain unlawful Mormon
votes, which, it was supposed, would give
the State to Gen. Taylor. Here, ihen,
is a man whose actions should send him
to a penitentiary, appointed to a high and
responsible place in the Government by
an administration which went into power
pledged to appoint none but 4honest and
1 Tirgiaia Elas Law.
Among the Acts passed at Grand As
sembly of Virginia, held at James Cittie,"
in the year 1661, was the following:
"Women causing scandalous suites, to
"Whereas, oftentimes many babbling
women slander and scandalize their neigh
bors, for which their poore husbands are
bro't into chargable and vexatious suites,
and caste injrreate damages.
"Be it therefore enacted b authority
aforesaid, That in actions of slander occa
sioned by the wife, as aforesaid; after judg
ment passed for the damages the women
shall be punished by ducking; and if the
slander be so enormous as to be adjudged
at a greater damage than five hundred
pounds of tobacco, then the - women to
A i.: r C. l .4 l
20. MiiEin and Unicn Ab
EcmsDee in M Life.
A few davs since a vouch man arrived
here from, one of the eastern clues, in
searcb. of his father, whom he had never
his nauvity, m Lndsjid, before he was ;
bom. For vears thevounsr man hr.d been
endeavoring to discover the whereabouts ofj
his father, without success, and at lsst, by
one of those startling incidents which give
a character of romance to truth itself, he
found his . parent, under circumstances as
painful as thev were peculiar. In walk
ing- through one of the principal streets cf j
our metropolis, he met a gentleman from
the same city m which he resided, and
who was acquainted with his history, and
who thus accosted him: "Well J
I believe I have discovered where your
father is," and proceeded to relate that in
looking over a copv of the laves of Fel
ons," he was struck by the resemblance
which he bore to the portrait of Honey man
the barge robber- The young man laugh
ed at the idea, and regarded it almost as
an impossibilitv that h;s father should be
an inmate cf the State Prison, but, finally
a copy of the book was purchasc-d. The
youth was himeif struck with the resem
blance of the convict, and was induced to
rcad the biography accompanying it, when
smd lo"alitic3 recurred to his
noiv, !: eh i:u prt-sAoj Ijtj iUi the
painful conviction, that he had at Last dis-
cotere-J his father, in a convicted ftlon.
The arruay of the your.g man may be con-
cent a: ne rtsitu to vist: ?ing ring ana
btain an interv iew wi:!i Honevman he
did so, and when brought into each other's
the resemblance between them
was stta more stniinciv apparent.
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iiionevman irtmoieu aiauon as ae
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a his wile, tiie female to whom he
actualiv married was eneicnte. and that
jg-aj-J "that she had sivca birth to a s
wno n auve would re oi tne same aze as
.j young man who stood weeping and!
levitated before him. 'There can scarcely
utr i uuuu i xs ij ins lucUwH , uui Jis liis
of this stati1. mps-wrp? harp K--r t-tin rn
? CAi VP thp fni'CTpn' rhih nrtxr- cr.Fmirrs
ihe matter .V. J". Star.
ifairs ia Cusada.
Moxteeai, April 21. In the House of
Assemblv-, last night, the Upper Canada
Assessment Bill was under discussion in
The debate lasted the whole evening.
Being a ministerial measure, it was ex
pected that it would pass with little delay,
but the anticipations of the ministry were
not realized, as it encountered the most
1 oO PTeat was the tiimi' : nn ipsl than
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five or six merabers bein? often on theirjdei.ds bava been declared, which I will p2y on
jfeet at S3ae me Bouhton ilhe presentation of iheif cerliicates of deposit
.,A ,t,. : j. "j
"j'-"tu ujdi liic is 'jiii Laik-t-e uo rise auu re-
1 port progress, as the proceedings had been
j conducted amidst squall in gs and confusion
sucil as ould disgrace any bar-room. It
t wa &-a--i Ixst night that 3Ir. Baldwin
j resigned his seat in the Cabinet, It
is also understood tlxat Mr. Lafontaine
! wiI1 d e
same. A minor is prevalent
,u .i, - c - i.
ek the Dill lor pavin T the re-
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that next weel
' belliou losses will be sanctionei.
Q I 0
T'e Siamese Twins, who have been
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; on tneir o
wq plantation in North Caroh-
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, l ori, to ernoark for Europe, with a new
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i to consult the most eminent surgeon on
.tlie praeticaDuitv of an operation to cu vide;
f.l I -.1 1 I -1 - . I I
Uie Itganiem Uiai DinU Uiem lOgCUltr. 1
jis funher said that one of their sisters had
ibeen adopted into the lanulv cl Jie L.m
peror of Siam.
The Enrolled Militia of the 133th Regiment
P.M. are nutiaed that thre will be no train,
icgs this Spring. The Militia Law having
ea remodeled, the 133lh Regiment of the 2d
ision of the Pennvlvanta
Militia ii tnerefore smung the things tkat
irfrr. Captains of Companies will govern
April 25, 1513 23-St
An adjourned meeting of the "Cam-
bria Guards will take
place at ihe
Court House on Saturday evening
j" next, at bait' past
f sons desirous of
-3f of this eld Com
stven o'clock. Per-
f becoming members
ts of this eld company are mvilcJ to
April 23, 1 13.
At a Public Sale rnaoe by Peter Helraan in
Jackson township, cn the 6ih day tf Novem
ber list, the follow iag property among other
articles, were purchased by the subscriber, and
left with the said Peier Ilelman, to wit:
1 Bay Horse. 4 Cows, 1 Su w, 6 Pigs and S
head cf Sheep.
The pabiic are hereby cautioned against
meddling with any of the above described prop
erty without my orders, as I am determined to
enforce the law against any person or persons
that may feel diposcd to do the same.
GEO. C. K. ZAIIM.
April 2G. 1S4D23-3U
4N excellent lot of Locust Posts suitable for
fencing on hand and for sale by
MURRAY & ZAIIM.
April 12, 1S43.
g TRAY" ED away from the residence of the
subscriber in Centreville. Indiana county,
on the night of tbe 1 0th inst , a dark Bay
Mere, four years old ibis spring. Any person
leaving information of her whereabouts at this
oSce of with the tuhscriber will be libcralir
rewarded. ROBERT GIVEN. "
April 26, 1513.
AIL persons subjected to SI Hilary cuty
within tbeWjf-c's cf the 2i Dri'tde, 12in
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ir.e-J Latuhon cl tn.2 1st Kegitnest to
meet on Monday the 14th day cf Mey next-
TLe It Battalion cf the same Regiment to
meet on Tuesday the 15iii day ef May next.
The 2d Bnuhoa of the Sd Regiccent to inset
on Wednesday the IC.h da cf May next.
The 1st Kaiiihoa cf the same Iiegimect to
meet on Thursday the 17th diy cf May text.
lfce Incependent Uattal.on to meet cn t ri
day the 15ih cay cf May r.txU
The 2d 13itllicn cf the 3i Regiment to
meet on Saturday the 13.ii day of May next.
The lt CituLoB of the sirrsa Regimcct to
meet onMondiy the -1st day of May nexU
The 2d Dai'siion cf the :h Regiment to
meet on Tutwiv the 22d dr of Mas next.
The 1st L'lttaJion of the naa Rrxiir.er.t lol
meet cn Wcdnsdar the 23J car cf May next.
JOHN KH.KS'. I'ptct9r.
Of the 2d Dr -id-. Li. I. M.
N. R. A!l conci!iosfd and staff cfEfrrs
within the bounds cf atd CtiaJe. axe req
to beprojr? c-iip-eJ accorUiiJff t lw
j . . r . - i
red by lw u tnike rrctt ir.utn of tii;r re
spect-e lolls to the prufKi f)rir- Iatectri
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AUo. all cC.cers rtqu'red ty law to make rs
turns vt ahiittrs ca cats l i tli proper L.'i-
loeslal training, or wiilun tew dars therea:ter.
are Lereby btied that tl.e cic.es cf the sato
m raa i m-m m. i i x.'a a i i n T- " : r " oar it i vrk sw.a v
w-ecouniy, ioBs-ip. t-orucgn ar.l w arc ia j
bicb eacit ol tae iJ aler.Tes resiCrs. must!
be written in a pla:a l;-!e band r it; ;, and
each of said natue-s sptl.tJ correctly, other,
vise said returns ili not be received, and the
penalty oT t'xy dollars millbeenf
all such ctEcers.
Also, all militiamen claiming to be exempt
from militia d.tr br certttcales or other wi-e, !
April 13. 1513 25-3U
XLr'The "Somerset Visitor" will copy the
abovelhree tiues and chargtD.igsce Inpectcr
The following property has been purehxsed
by me si Constables Sale, and have bean left
by me in care of Ileary Learner. All persr.s
are hereby eiatioaei against meddling with
said property in any way against my consent.
Viz: Three Gray Horses and one Cow. Sold
as the property of the said Henry Learner.
JACOD S. BLRKUART.
April. 12 15i3.-3l
To tie crtdilort tie Huntingdon, Camlria
and Indiana Turnpike Rtttd.
That the Court of Huntingdon county at
the January term 149
directed to be paid to
s hamper cent on the
I creciiors turee and one
imonnt tUir -! n-..v, r, - a;;
i v. - i v- i in " uii-u i j i ni.k j...
v lieinscires or u fir arent.
JOHN S. ISEPT, Sv!s!rotor.
Spruce Creek P. O., April 12. 1543 2T-3t.
Irfmittistrtttot 's Soticc.
LI ptas iadht ttt tWm tl f Jobn
xS4- Moran, 1-te of Washington township de
ceased- are requeled lo make immsdiate pay-
EiCnl lo lhe"Jersigned residing in Hulling.
1 ton township, t ambria coontr, a ud all persons
j . , r .
I having claims against sa;d estate will present
them properlv auihr-nlicaled for settlerrsei:t.
ALICE MORAN, Ad.iiiniBtratrix.
GEO. BL'RGOO-V, Adiuinistrator.
April 12, 1613. 2T-Ct.
A LL persons knowing themst-lves ir.dtbte'i
-Ti. to the subscriSer, enacr l-y Note or Cook
Account, wi'.l rail and n?i:)l; sane. Hie
accounts &lc. ire left at his old stand with
ick Kittell, who is authorised lo
.receive acd receipt fur all moneys paid Lim
April 13, 143 2S-if
C1 AME to the re.-iccr.ee of the subscriber
near the Summit. A. P. R. R- on Friday
the 13th inst., a dark bay Horse, with white
spots on his forehead, one while hind foot, and
is twelve or fourteen years old. The owner is
recue-sted to come forward, prove property, pav
Ciiarges anc n.s nins away, oinerwise ue w ill
be disposed of according to law.
April 13, 1513 2S-3t.
BRPOMAS 0. BUNTING,
Soulh-tceit corner cf 1th 4" Hcce its.
April 2S. 1543. 23-
TTOllNEY AT LAW,
EBEXS B URG. PA.
Ail bcj.ncss ia tbe several Courts of Blair, In
diana and Cambria cannlies entrusted lo bis
care, will be promptly attended to.
Oasce. opposite J. S. Buchanan's Store.
April 12, 1543. tf
0, D, HEYER
A TTORXE Y A T LA W,
OSce one door w est of J. S. Buchanan's Store.
April 12, 1543. tf.
E, HUTCHINSON, JR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
April 12, 1543 tf.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
EBEXS B URG. PA .
OSce one door west cf J. S. Burhacaa's Stcre.
April 12. 1513 tf.
..u i'4 iwucv ut ..f.-.,. ,j isr.tioai la the rr ri t.f th-
was ; proper commanding t Seer of their respective j rood. fcc u ;;i EOt be held resronsible for an
fce battalions. Regiments, or Companies, as the error thit raty occurr in either freight or
nn'"5 bc cn cr Ufore lL 10,14 dAJ ot MJ goods. Freight must in all eases be paid witb
; next, for cxeu-r-liun. I,-, , j,..,, ,.f ,l.
WHY TY Y
Tie Largest Cktujrtt end 5f FalcralU
&ttxk cf Gcodr, adopted t9 Gentler-'
Sjrij- &ad Sunnier ITfer, ia jxtt
CHEAP CASH CLVTX1XG STORE,
13C LIEEi.TY STKE CT.
BAUE Proprietor f lh above estib!jbTvra
jL would res j-cifa'y inform bis ouo-erous
esstorr.er,thatte Las jjft returned from thi
Castern citks with the cot plesd;d assart,
meet of goods :c Lis Lee, was cref brcoght
ta th-s city, cOTjpr.ac J1 that is o w fh.
meres, Ciehmerct s, Din D F;s, end Tery
cescr.;loa cf Cct:. L.:b nd Wooi:a
Jin i7i tr stuS, Shirks. Ctavats. lick's, Sa
pene'ers, of its eest styles; U.li, to
gether wuh very Lars ana fu.atti
stock cf Ready-made Cloth g, L is frj-rti
to cifcr at L.s uwal low pr.ee.
Country Mh's Cntractr and alt
who purehae Urjtir. at parUca aIy iai'.4
to ti!! iiiJ examine the slock slita u ctti
dcly ti Itr-t aud auisl fasiiivrab's tS
city, atid great at:(o bas b-a pad I gtl
it u . I k t ! to tf uki' trais.
Orders in t! Tiuonif I exrcatrd i tb.
mwst l'Lxni,ie s:aor. aud that th g
maybe wautiag to ccaurs tie Bst and
V . . . i . . - wl
fcd rrtat (iMr.L( 19 CuUrt
has -ctm sJeJ to t' e etab.ahaut.
April 12. 1:13. JT-aoi.
COMM ! SSI UN FO It WA K-
II E Subscriber will a'Uod to Rcceistnr
ati t"craruiir tvuO the fxlM my
tim..l.tbi. t i: A'.i Merchandise ia bcxe.
Ij:wi, ;rocer. i.c, tre cents per 103
I :bs, (laciud.ng storage for ten cays.
. . -
If (laciud.nr storage lor ten cays. Isacieg,
c , rxc,.j Li-"i.cus of Mlas.es we.gh.ng
i.. i. . v - .
bancs rrqj.rrd fur loading the same w all b
cJcd: ali, re cents per barrel not stored.
I'.our, t-.red fur a term not exceeding ten
days, ten cecta per barrel. On all small iots of
god cot an.O'icling to ZZQ lbs., from persons
oot in the haSit cf receiring goods. 121 to 25
L'altfs a bill of iadiog
cent, additional oa tha
amouut advanced will be charged.
Summit, April 12, 1S43 2T-3t
TIIE undersigned having associated them
selves in ihe Cabinet Making Business,
under the firm of Lloyd L:i?g-r,beg leave
lh itlend ,
, d teeplnscor.stintlr
to inform ine ciiizns ci r.Dens-uig ana ticio-
manufacturin? to order
on hand everv varietv of
BUREAUS, TABLES, STANDS, SET.
TEES, BEDSTEADS. $e., c.
jrhich they will sell very loic lor cash or ap
proved Country Produce. Ail orderi in tLetr
line of business will be thankfully received and
promptly attended to. Persons cesirir.g cheap
furniture are assured that they will find it to
tb-ir icteresl to call at their W are Room. oppo
site Litxirjrer Si. Todd's Store, and examine
their slock before purchasing elsewhere. They
hope by a close attention l business to merit,
a liberal share of p'jtlic patronage.
AH kinds of Lumber taken in exchange far
STEPHEN LLOYD. Jr.
D. A LITZINGE2.
April 12. 1543 2T-Eia.
FAR. TIERS LOOK HERE'
SADDLE & HARNESS
31 A XUFACTOlaY.
T p! HE undersirned hav-ng associated them
a selves in the Saddlery Bzsintts ir. the
luiliine furmerly occupied as a Printing OSce,
respectfully beg leaie to in form their friends
and ibe public generally that thty will keep
constantly on nana a large ana spisoa;j assort
Saddle?. Bridles, Harness. Col
lars, Whips, Slc, Sec.
All of which ther wiH sell as low fir cash ci
country produce as any other establishair.t in
this county. Any orders in ihrir l.ne of busi.
ness will be promptly executed at the sh&rUst
Farmers and ethers desiring cheap bargains
will ad it lo their interest to call at No. 6.
and examine lhir stock before purchasing
The highest market prices will be given fer
Lvmltr and Ilidfi in exchsnze for harness.
C. G. CRAMER.,
April 12. 1 543. 2T-6m.
llTZINGER & TOBD,
THREE DOORS EAST OFREXSIIAWS
Have on hard a good assortment cf
Hats, Cups-, Root V Shoes,
HARDWARE. Q UEEXS WARE,
Drugs Groceries, IVails.
GLASS, FISH, SALT, &,C,
would respectfally aoltc.t tbe patron re of
their old friends and the public generally, to
give as a call and examine lor tnemselves.
Lomber and Country Produce of e? cry d:s
eription taken in exchange for good.
April, ls43-tf . -
FOR SALE -
A Tract of unimproved Land, covered with
valuable Timber, lying about five mile West
of Ebensbtrg, enquira f
Ebensburg, April 12, J43 12-tf.
A Large lot of Glass, Nails and Salt, put
recerred and for sale at tbe store of
1 MURRAY & ZAHM.
rct.U w ill L chir'fJ.
J- ik" otherwise theee per