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THE HUNTINGDON GLOBE, A DEMOCRATIC FAMILY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, &C.
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,At Every !tender .-71.
Will please notice the adVertisement descriptive of Mr,
SzArts' PICTORIAL FAmnx Bins, and send for the Printed
Catalogue of all our Illustrated Works.
' To the uninitiated in the great art of Selling Books,
No would say, that WO prcsent aschenke for money making,
far better than all the gold mines of California and Aus
Any person wishing to embark in the enterprise,
will risk little by seeding to the Publisher $25, for which
ho will receive sample copies of the various works, (at
wholesale prices,) carefully boxed, insured, and directed,
aftbrding a very liberal percentage to the agent for his
trouble. With theselie will soon be able to ascertain the
most saleable ; and order accordingly. Address, (post-paid,)
ROBERT SEARS, Publisher,
181 William Street, New York.
Plain and Fancy Printing.
Job work of all kinds—such, as Handbills, Circulars,
!ausiness, Tisitirig, and Show Cards, Tickets, Bill heads,
heeds, Mortgages, and all kinds of blanks, d:c., dsc., &c.
?eatly printed at the "GLOBE" Job Office, Huntingdon. Pa.
'ArtrSpecimens of "Gtons" printing can be seen at the
'o'ffloe—which will :allay everybody that it is no longer
necessary to go to Philadelphia for neat work. Call and
see for yourselves.
Ambrotypes and Daguerreotypes.
F. P. PRETTYMAN respectfuly informs the public that be
is now perpared to take Dauguerroetypes and Ambrotypes
on glass, put up with double or single glass.
Rooms at the Station House, nuntingdon Pa.
Blanks of all kinds,
Neatly printed and for sale at the "Globe," (Mice—such as
Blank Deeds, Mortgages, Judgment and Common Bonc
Agreements, Leases, Judgment and Promissory Notes,
Notes relinquishing all benefits of exemption laws, License
Bonds, and all blanks used by Justices of the Peace.
The Cars for Broad Top and Bedford.
The Passenger trains leave the Depot at Huntingdon at
0.30 A. and 5.30 P. 314—returning arrive at Hunting
on, 2.01 P. M., and 8.31 A. M. Passengers for Bedford take
four horse coaches at Hopewell, on the Hopewell branch.
Generally are invited to call at the Now Drug Store of
- HENRY 1110.11Ammtr.. Every article usually to he found
in the best establishments of
. 1.1 . 2 kind, can be had, fresh
and pure, at their Store, in Mihet Square, Huntingdon.
See advertisement in another column.
For Ready-Made Clothing,
Wholesale or retail, call at 11. Rom Ax's Clothing Store,
opposite Couts' Hotel, Huntingdon, Pa., where the very
oest assortment of goods for men and boys' wear may be
found at low prices.
In Saulsburg,. Barrer township, on the. 1;111 day of No
vember. Mrs. ANN S., wife of Col. Witm. , im II SYS, in the 48th
year of her age.
In Denville, on the 10th inst., Mr. WILLIAm. R. lltzt.mm.L,
ai r ,ma about 24 years.
MONDAY. Dec. 15.—Flour market dull. and prices lower.
Sales 5000 bids. standard and mixed brand , : at $5.50 'it lib!
at which there are free sellers. The demand h.- the sup
ply of the city trade is limited, :It s".sc cu; IA LW, for com
mon to fancy brands. Rye Fleur dull, at $4..2:i a 3 bid.
Corn Meal dull. at $3. with more seller , duel buyers.
Wheat in fair demand and steady. Sales :low bu rood
Southern and Penn'srod at $1.5061)1.52e. ' 7 4, ho.. and ‘rres
white at $1.600,1.62. liye scarce and IA carted at ei e. ^it bu
Corn in active demand. and with only a small supply is
trifle dearer. Sales of 10.000 bit. good old Sidnlwrit p. 1101%
at 70e. bu. afloat, and Bye in store: new yellow ; afloat.
at 630/x, new . white at lise, and old wh:b• at tqe. Tabu.
Oats are steady; sales 2000 bu. prime Dc tware at 44 i.e;
-4(I TONS ANTHRACITE COAL just
j received and for sale by
nuntingdon, Dec. 17, MO. CUNNINGHAM 14: DUNN.
QEGARS, SEGAILS.—Ahtre , e lot of
L 7 the best Segars—consisting of Fire Fly, Op , ra, I a
Dulcipena. I Suiza, El Neptutio, and 10,090 otlwr brands
—all the Lest that could be procured in the city. just re
ceived and for sale by LOVE S: IVlcl/1 VA%
IRESII MACKEREL & H ERR
I PR i
just received and fur &Ile by LOVE & MeDIVIT.
1101, ASS S=fh re e hog 6 s prime
SYRUP, just received and I,)r by
• I,()VE McDIVIT.
SALT—Ash toll and Uroulid AI Ulll.—by
tho Sack or Bushel, for bale by
rrEAS, TEA.S—of excellent qualities,
if and the cheapest in town, at LOVE & 31cD1VWS.
s®o BUSHELS of Dried APPLES,
wanted in exchange for our good,.
Dec. 17, 1856. _ LOVE & Mel)MT._
1 4 1 VERYTHlNG.—Everything in the
‘4 Grocery line can be procured at the cheap store of
LOVE 7, McDIVIT.
Splendid lot of Fancy and Striped
Silks. French Morino, Cashmere. Lyons Cloth, Robes.
ancy and Striped Delaines. Persian and Twills. Also a
handsome assortment of Collars. Undersleeves and Mitts,
just received and for sale cheap by
decl7 J. W. SAXTON.
COME HERE! and got good bargains.
S.: W. SAXTON have received from the eastern
cities au assortment of
Dress Goods, and
They have adopted the motto, "Quick Sales and
Small Profits." Give them a call.
Huntingdon, December 17, 1856.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE of VAL
UABLE REAL ESTATE. By virtue of an order of
the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county. I will offer at
Public Sale, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY 7th day of
January, 1857, at 10 o'clock, a. m., the following Real Es
tate, late of John Conrad. Esq., deceased. to wit:
ONE LOT OF GROUND, at 3lcAlavy's Fort, in the town
ship of Jackson ; bounded on the North, West and South,
by lands of Robert Mcßurney, and on the East, by lands
of the said Illeßurney, now occupied by William Hunt,
containing ONE HALF ACRE, more or less, and
having thereon erected a TWO STORY DWELLING
HOUSE, part of which is now - occupied as a Store
House; Stable, Wood House and other improvements.
..TERMS OF SALE.—One third part of the purchase mo
ney-to be paid on confirmation of the sale, and the bal
ance in two equal annual payments with interest from the
date-of the confirmation; to be secur , by the bonds and
mortgage of the purchaser.
N. B. Possession of the said property will be given on
the first day - of April next. The rents due or to become
due under the lease of the said property to Joseph Porter,
are reserved from the effect of the sale of the said property.
JOHN JACKSON, Trustee.
December 17, 1856.
ItEGISTER'S NOTICE. —Notice is
hereby given to all persons interested, that the fol
lowing named persons have settled their accounts in the
Register's Office at Huntingdon, and that the said accounts
will 'be presented for confirmation and allowance, at an
Orphans' Court. to be held at Huntingdon, in and for the
said county of Huntingdon, on Wednesday the 14th day of
January next, viz:
1. Moses Robison, Executor of the last Will &c., of John
Watt, who was the Administrator of Mark Yocum, late of
Barree township, deceased.
2: Moses Robison, Administrator do bonis non, of Mark
Yocum, late of Barree township, deceased.
3. Alexander Magee, Executor of the last Will &c., of
Elizabeth Parsons, late'of Tell township, deceased.
4. Daniel -Africa, Esq., Administrator of Elizabeth
Swoope, late of the borough of Huntingdon, deceased.
5. James Henderson and Joshua Greenland, two of the
Executors of the last will of Dr. Jesse Wright, late of Cass.
6. John Owens, Esq., and Peter Burket, Guardians of B.
Patton Cox, one of the minor children of Joshua Cox, late
of Warriorsmark township, deceased.
-7. Joseph Law, Esq., Guardian of Perry Crain, one of
the minor children of Evan Crain, late of Morris township,
8. Brice Blair, surviving Administrator of Rev. J. Y. Mc-
Ginnis,late of Dublin township, deceased.
9. Benedict Stevens, Esq., Administrator of Samuel N.
Wharton, late of Cromwell township, deceased.
10. Andrew M. Chaney and Anna Chaney, Executors of
the last Will &c., of John Chaney, late of Barree township,
11. Peter Stryker, Administrator of Joseph Reed, late of
West township. deceased.
12. Henry Roberts, Guardian of Thomas Benton Reed, a
minor son of Joseph Reed. late of West township, dec'd.
13. Daniel Peightal and Joseph Norris. Administrators of
Peter Peightal, late of Penn township, deceased.
HE TILk G L EAM F.R, Register.
RibisTMV . s . Diriat. 1
ilMitiligdop i Decemb©r 17, 1856. j
ROCLAMATION.—Whereas by a
precept to me directed, dated at Huntingdon, the 22nd
t ay of November A. 1). 1856, under the hands and seals of
the Hon. George Taylor, President of the Court of Common
Pleas, Oyer and Termirer, and general jail delivery of the
24th judicial district of Pennsylvania. composed of Hun
tingdon, Blair and Cambria; and the Hon. Jonathan Mc
'Williams and Thomas P. Stewart, his associates, :Judges of
the county of Huntingdon, justices assigned, appointed to
hoar, try and determine all and every indictments made or
taken for or concerning all crimes, which by the laws of
the State are made capital, or felonies of death, and other
offences., crimes and misdemeanors, which have been or
shall hereafter be committed or perpetrated for crimes
aforesaid—T tun commanded to snake public proclamation
throughout my whole bailiwick, that a Court of Oyer and
Terminer, of Common PICa.9 and Quarter Sessions, will be
held at the Court House in the borough of Huntingdon, on
the second Monday (mid 12th day) of January next, and
those who will prosecute the said prisaners be then and
there to prosecute them as it shall be just, and that all
Justices of the Peace, Coroner and Constables within said
county be then and there in their proper persons, at 10 o'-
clock, a rn., of said day, with their records, inquisitions,
examinations and remembrances. to do those things which
to their offices respectively appertain.
Dated at Huntingdon the lith of December. in the year of 1
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six, and
the SOth year of American Independence.
GRAFFUS 'MILLER, Sheryl:
1) it 0 CI, A3l TlON.—Whereas by a
precept to me directed by the Judges of the Common
Pleas of the county of Huntingdon, bearing test the 22nd
day of lc ov'r, 1856, lam commanded to make Public Proc
lamation throughout my whole bailiwick, that a Court of
Common Pleas will be held at the Court House in the bor
ough of Huntingdon, on the .",rd Monday (and 19th day) of
January A. D., 1857, for the trial of all issues in said Court
which remain undetermined before the said Judges, when
and where all jurors, witnesses, and suitors, in the trials
of all issues are required.
Dated at Huntingdon the 17th of December, in the year of
our Lord 1856, and the 80th year of American Independ
TRIAL LIST FOR JANUARY Term
A. D. 1857. FIRST WEEK.
Robert Wilson vs William Foster's E.s.'rs.
D. P. Shoenberger vs A. P. Wilson, Esq., et al.
Stevens for use of Myton vs Smith & henry.
John Fleming vs B. X. Blair, et al.
John :Sillier vs Andrew Smith.
Thomas Clark's heirs vs Brison Clark.
George McCrum vs Thomas Wilson.
Isabella Ilirst vs John Hirst & J. Carmon.
David Grow's adm'rs vs Abednego Stevens.
David Whitesel vs Andrew Walker.
George Otenkirk vs E. Sellers.
Sterling & Alexander vs Bracken, Stitt & Co.
Jacob 11. Sex vs Samuel Caldwell.
.Tohn 11. Wheeler vs ➢loses Greenland.
Isaac Woolverton vs James Irvin, et al.
Margnands vs Penu'a R. R. Co.
Landis & Molson vs John Snyder.
James Bcll s John S. Miller.
John Savage vs Reed & Entrikin
John Penn Brock vs John Savage.
John G. Orlady vs John Gabbs.
Andrew P. Wilson vs M. Buoy.
John Lee vs Joseph P. Moore.
Geo. W. Phea , ant vs B. IL rowel.
i (Alma Quarry vs Wise & Buchanan
Patrick Kelly vs Penn'a It. B. Co.
George Lane vs Michael Hawn.
John Penn Brock vs John Savage.
Nicholas C. Decker vs Boat & Buckingham.
Henry D. Moore, et al vs John Savage.
.Elizabeth Keith vs Price & Keith.
Leonard Weaver vs Lock & Snyder.
A. Patterson vs J. S. P. Sz W. W. Harris
Sto:tort for use vs Conch, Reed & CO.
J: cub di Cresswell A a R. If. Powell.
Crownover vs Cummins Adva'rs, et al.
John Daugherty vs Abraham Taylor.
Weiler, Kline & Ellis vs Christian Colds.
M & Kin el lart vs Burns & Bogle.
Do-horn & Eby for INC vs Dr. Robert Baird.
Deorge fount vs Farmers' Mutual Tnsu. CO
JaITH'S J 0111). S. Miller. •
Jenkins tar Goodfellow vs John Montgomery.
Joseph Ake 1'23 T 11 0 ,4. Clark.
:Luaus 31. Stank - art/ vs 0 laFgow & Jiro.
31. F. CAMPBELL, Prothonotary
ltuntintalon. Doreniber IT, 1856.
IST OF GRAND JURORS for a
ti 4 Court of Quarter Ses , •ious to be held at Ilunting - don,
Jie; ha• the county of lluntingdon, on the second am
day and 12th day of January, Itsi.
David Auramit..T. P., Tod.
A. C. Blair, merchant, Tell.
George Ik•rkstresser, saddler, Brady.
David Bare, merchant, Clay.
Thomas Cuvenhoven, farmer, Barree.
William Christy, Esq., surveyor, Porter
Henry Davis, blacksmith, West.
.Tosepli Douglass, merchant, Walker.
John Davis. jr.. Morris.
.Tames Fields, flintier. Union.
Benjamin (MMus, Winer. I hinting:don.
William tien ter, laborer•. Brady.
John B. Given, contractor. Huntingdon
• Abraham Grubb, farmer, Penn.
Samuel Harvey, Shirleysburg.
John Ilampson, thrmer, Union.
John Lutz. gentleman, Shirley.
Samuel Lemon, fanner. Warriorsmark.
Joseph Biller, farmer•. Shirley.
John Mcl•herl:4n. merchant, Clay.
C. W. LI. Moore. M. 1).. Tod.
Thomas Schell. tailor, Warriorsmark.
John Silvet thorn. turner, Tell.
David ThompaLm, fanner, Henderson.
LIVE 'Meal IT
WINDOW SASII.—j. & W. Saxton
have now on hand different kinds of Window
Sash, and at much lower prices tharican be made by hand.
They will also be able to have doors made to order at the
shortest notice. as well as Shatters,. Blinds, and everything
necessary for building purposes.
liuntindon, December 17, 1856.
GRAFFUE MILLER, Sheri:ll:
llnntinglion, Dec 17, 7 5.56. }
TRAVERSE JURORS—FIRST WEEK.
Vid P. Brumbaugh, farmer, Hopewell.
Jacob E. Bare. farmer, Springfield.
David _Boring, thrmer, Union.
Brice S. Blair. tanner, Dublin.
John Booker, firmer, Shirley.
Charles Boweisix. carpenter, Shirley.
Samuel Cablw,H, farmer, Cromwell.
Valentine Crease, mechanic, Cassville.
John Dmn, farmer, Walker.
Samuel Byer, farmer, Warriorsmark.
Oliver Etnier. merchant, Shirley.
Alexander Ewing, teacher, Franklin.
Samuel Fridley. butcher, Henderson.
Samuel Grove. farmer, Union.
James Galbraith. farmer, Shirley.
Amos harper, farmer, Franklin.
John Hildebrand. gentleman, Huntingdon.
David Hicks, blacksmith, Cromwell.
.7oseph I'. Heaton, farmer, Penn.
William Ilileman, farmer, Morris.
John Hight, Sr.. farmer, Henderson.
John Harper, .1. P.. Barren.
Samuel Isenberg, carpenter. Porter.
Joseph Johnston, druggist. West.
Samuel Kerr, wagon maker, Penn.
Abraham Lias, farmer ' Tod.
Lewis Knode, farmer, Porter.
George Lens, merchant, Shirley.
Jonathan Murphey, carpenter, Shirley.
Charles Mickley, mauager, Tod.
.7. Wareham Mattern, mechanic, Franklin.
Henry B. Mytinger, gentleman, Morris.
Nicholas Miller. harmer, Cass.
John Minnick, tinner, Dublin.
Dutton Madden, merchant, Brady.
Robert Burney, merchant, Jackson.
Jacob G. Park, farmer, Cass.
George Quarry, farmer, Cass.
Geo. W. Speer, gentleman, Cassville.
David Stever, farmer, Case.
Robert Stitt, clerk, Franklin.
Samuel A. Spranklo, farmer, Porter.
Benjamin E. Stitt, farmer.. Dublin.
William Thompson, saddler, Shirley.
_Edmund Trumbath, Sr., miner, Cromwell.
John C. Wilson. clerk. West.
Henry Zimmerman, Esq., farmer, Hopewell
John Vandevander, Esq., Walker.
TRAVERSE TURORS—SECOND IVEEIC.
Henry L'arrick, merchant, Walker.
David Brumbaugh, farmer, Hopewell.
Samuel Coen, gentleman, Barree.
William 3L Chilcote, farmer, Cromwell.
Christian Conte, Sr., inn-keeper, Huntingdon
Gilbert Chancy, J. P., Barree.
Frederick Crissman, farmer, Franklin.
David Campbell, merchant, Penn.
Jonathan Cree, farmer Dublin:
John,Eyer, farmer, Warriorsmark.
Michael Funk, farmer, Warriorsmark.
Lsaittli Fleck, farmer, Cromwell.
Abraham L. Funk, farmer, Shirley.
James E. Glasgow, J. P., Clay.
Henry S. Green, firmer, Tod.
John Grove, farmer, Cromwell.
Adam Heater, farmer, Tod.'
Thomas Hooper, Jr., farmer, Cromwell.
William Harper, mason, Cromwell.
Jacob Hunt, J. P., Dublin.
Maize S. Harrison, tinner, Shirleysburg.
Samuel ilarnish. farmer, Morris.
William Lyons, farmer, Tell.
Henry Lee, fanner, Jackson.
George W. 3lattern, farmer, Franklin.
• Samuel No , farmer, Porter.
George W. Patterson, farmer, Berme.
Elliott Ramsey, farmer, Springfield.
Jesse Rutter, farmer, Springfield.
Samuel Stewart, farmer, Cromwell.
Benjamin Sprankle, farmer, Morris.
Jacob Stever, farmer, Gass.
David Tussey, farmer, Morris. '
George Wilson, Esq., J. P., Tell.
Daniel Wornelsdorf, J. P., Franklin.
• James McCracken, farmer, Henderson.
HERIFP'S SALES.-l3y virtue of
S 1 1 S
sundry writs of Vend. Exp., FL Fe. and Lev. Fa., is
i sued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon
I county, and to inc directed, I will expose to puclic sate at
the Court Douse, in the borough of Huntingdon, on Max-
DtY the 12th d ay of January, 1857, at 10 o'clock, A. M., of
said day, the following described Real Estate, to wit:
All that certain plantation, tract, piece, or
parcel of laud, situate in Shirley township, Huntingdon
county, east of Drake's Ferry, adjoining the Juniata river,
lands of John Sharrer, Nicholas and William Shaver, An
drew Pollock's heirs and others, containing one hundred
and seventy-six acres, or thereabouts, on part of which the
town of Mt. `Union is laid out, excepting and excluding the
ground now in possession of the Pennsylvania Rail Road
Company and the following town lots in the recorded plan
, of said town of Mount Union, being numbered respective
ly Nos. 3,4, 5, 6,' 17, 12. 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 1,2, 7, 10,
13,16, 23, 8,0, 14. 17, 33, 74, and the lot of ground in pos
session of the Methodist Episcopal Church and on which
the Meeting House stand.s, and the following lots which
were sold by Wm. 11. Zeigler, Esq., to wit: Nos. 58, 59, 60,
69, 83, 84, 95, and 96. : Seized and taken in execution and
to be sold as the property of John Dougherty.
ALse—All the defendants' right, title and
interest in and to a tract of land situate on Warriors Ridge
in Porter township, Hontingdon county, containing
seventy-nine acres and allowance, hoUnded by lands of
John Iluyett and others, having thereon erected two log
houses, and about two acres cleared. Seized and taken in
execution and to be sold as the property of Augustine Mil
ler, Constant Miller, and Israel Miller.
Atso—A Lot of Ground in Cassville, Hun
tingdon county, fronting on Main street and extending
back 165 feet to a back street, bounded on the North and
South by lots of Aaron W. Evans, and having theron erect
ed a two story frame dwelling house and back kitchen and
brick shop. Seized and taken in execution and to be sold
ats the property of James Temple.
ALSO—The defendants' interest in and to
two lots of ground in McConnellstown, Ilunting,don coun
ty, the one fronting on the north side of Main street, and
bounded by a lot of the heirs of Isaac Vandevander on the
west, and A. States on the East, having thereon erected a
large two story store room with basement, the other on
the opposite side of the said street having aTan house, vats,
&., &c., and a store house thereon. Seized and taken in
execution and to be sold as the property of William S.
Smith and Silas Lang.
ALso—All the defendant's right, title, in
toi es t and estate in and to the following described tract of
land, situate in Cass township, Huntingdon county, bound
ed on the north by lands of James Norris, west by Jacob
Barnet, south by Jacob Drake, and containing 196 acres,
be the same more or less, with about SO acres cleared, and
having thereon erected a story log house and small sta
ble and saw mill. Seized and taken in execution and to be
sold as the property of William Crotzley.
ALso—All the defendants' interest in and
to a certain tract of land in Warriorsmark township, Hun
tingdon county, adjoining lauds of John Henderson on the
north, Thomas Weston, Esq., on the south, and lands of
Andrew G and others, containing 270 acres more or
less. 180 of which are cleared and In a good state of culti
vation, with a log house and bank barn, wagon shed, and
other buildings thereon erected. Seized antaken in exe
cution and to he sold as the property of Benjamin Johns
ton, John Hunter and Keziali Hunter.
Also—All the right and interest of David
Stumbaugh in and to a tract of land lying in Ground Hog
Valley, Tod township, Huntingdon county, containing two
hundred and fifty acres, more or less, bounded by lands of
D. l3lair, Esq., and others, with about fifty /ores cleared
and under cultivation, with two Smal I log hr uses and two
log stables, with other buildings thereon erected. Seized
and taken in execution and to be sold as the property of
ALSO—AII the defendant's 4 interest in and
to the following tract of land situate in Brady township,
bounded on the north by lands of James Lane, on the
south by Irvin, Green & Co., east by George Snack, con
taining 120 acres, 45 of which are cleared, with a two-story
frame house, a small log barn, two orchards of good fruit,
of apples, peaches and pears. Seized and taken in execu
tion and to be sold as the property of James Templeton.
ALso—A tract of land situated in Union
township, a'ljoining lands of David Swoops and Jacob
Dreneman, formerly Nicholas Corbin, and others, contain
ing two hundred and eleven acres, more or less, about SO
acres of which arc i leared, five of which are meadow. having
thereon a log house two stories high, a double log barn,
corn crib and wagon shed and an apple orchard and two
springs of water at the door. Seized and taken in execu
tion and to be sold as the property of David Hoister.
ALso—Defendant's right and interest in and
to the following tract of land, known as the Jackstown
property, containing 200 acres, bounded by lands of fisher
McMurtrie on the west, and the Vandevander farm and
others, having a large two story stone tavern house, frame
stable and tenant house thereon erected. Also, ten acres
on 'Rocky Ridge, bounded on the south byHenry Jamison,
the Vandevander farm and others. with about 4 acres clear
ed. Seized and taken in execution and to be sold as the
property of John Montgomery.
ALso---The following described tract of
land, containing - 38 acres, more or less; bounded by lands
of George Hudson, John Savage and William tress. Seized
and taken in execution and to be sold as the property of
ALso—A tract of land in Hopewell town
ship, Huntingdon county, Pa., containing 163 acres, more
or less, bounded by lands of John A. Weaver on the South,
Jacob Russell on the forth, &c., with the following hn
provements thereon erected, a two story stone house and
log house and barn and a saw mill, shop and other build
ings, with about 125 acres cleared and under cultivation.
Seized and taken in execution and to be sold as the prop
erty of John 11. 'Weaver.
ALso--:To he sold on Saturday, 10th day
of January 1857. at 2 o'clock., M:, a lot of ground situate
in the town of Barnet, Tod township, Huntingdon county,
50 feet on Hamilton street, and extending back
140 feet to an alley, bounded on the east by a lot of Michael
McCabe, and numbered 2G in plan of said town, having
thereon erected a two story log house 16 by 26 feet, with
other improvements. Seized and taken in execution and
to ho sold as the property of Thomas MeGillan.
GRAB! US MILLER, SlecriS: •
Huntingdon, December 17, 1556.
pitzE CONCERT.—Grand Distribu
tion of Watches. Clocks, Gold liar Rings,
Pins. Finger Rings, Gold Pens, Fine Knives, Port Mon
naies, Show Cases, Musical Instruments, and an
endless variety of Fancy Articles.
vs"),Not actuated by any wish to speculate, but prompt.
ed solely by a desire of closing out his Jewelry and Fancy
Store in Huntingdon, the subscriber will dispose of the
above articles in the following manner:
The goods will be divided into 1000 shares. 1000 Tickets
will be sold at $1 each. Each Ticket entitles the holder to
one scat in a Grand Musical Concert valued alone at one
dollar. To the purchaser of each ticket I will give ono
share of the above property to be distributed as follows:
One share valued at $l5O, consisting of
1 splendid Patent Lever, $25; 1 English Case, $100; 1 Mam
moth Gold Pen, $5; 1 Eight-day Iron Clock, $10; 1 Gold
Locket, 55; and 1 Gold Breast Pin, $5.
Two shares valued at $5O each, consisting,
Ist, of i Silver Patent Lever, $25; 1 Side Case, 10; 1 Pearl
Inlaid Iron Clock, $10: and 1 Ladies Breast Pin, $5.
2d, consisting of 1 twenty-two keyed Accordcon, $10; 1
Eight-day Clock, $7; 1 solid Gold Scarf Pin, $l2; 1 Isin
glass Fan, $5; 1 Gold Pen, $3; and an assorted lot of Jew
elry and Fancy Goods, $l3.
Four shares valued At $25 each, consisting,
Ist, of 1 Silver Watch, $l2; 1 Show Case, $10; and 1 Gold
2d, 1 Large Watch, $l2; 1 Gold Locket, $8; and 1 Gold
3d, 1 Chrystal Seal, $l3; 1 Gold Pen, $3; 1 pair Ear
Rings, $6; and 1 fine Finger Ring, $3.
4th, 1 Colts Revolver, $2O; and 1 box Mathematical In
Eight shares valued at $12,50 each, consis
ting, Ist, of 1 Mantel Clock, Glass Cover, $7; 1 Accordeon,
$3; and 1 Breast Pin, $2 50.
2d, consisting of 1 pair Ivory Mounted Pistols, $10; and
1 Ladies' Pencil, $2 50.
3d, consisting of 1 Horizontal Clock, (glass cover,) $7 ; 1
Ladies' Pearl Card Case, $4; and 1 Finger Ring. $1 50.
4th, consisting of 1 set of Mathematical Instruments $5;
1 set Silver P. Forks, $4; 2 Finger Rings, $3 50.
16 shares valued at $6 25 each, consisting
of a lot of Jewelry, Fancy Goods, &c.
32 shares valued at $3.12 each, consisting of Jewelry, &c.
64 '' 1 , 50 o CC u 44
128 " u 78 CC IC CC CC
256 " " 39 " CC
489 " a 10 " " CC it
In addition to the articles already enumerated there will
be distributed Brushes, Perfumery, Violin Bows, Fine Ra
zors, Shaving Cases, Spectacles, and a variety of articles
usually found in a store of this kind.
The Concert will take place as soon As the tickets are all
sold, of which event timely notice will be given through
the papers. The music will be discoursed by the unrivaled
Excelsior Brass Band, the pleasure of hearing which is es
timated at one dollar, and is so conceded by all good judges.
It is to be hoped that the tickets can be sold again the
Send your orders early and they will be promptly and
honestly attended to RUM. SNARE;
iIe,_AGENTS WANTED.—Trams.—For 15 Tickets sold,
ono dollar in money, goods or ticket. - For 25, two tickets.
For 40, three tickets. For 50, tbur tickets. For 60, tivo
tickets. For 70, six tickets. For 80, seven tickets. For
100, ten tickets. Huntingdon, December 17, 1856.
IJO - 11C — E.—The followingnamed persons
_LI have filed their petitions in the office of the Clerk of
the Court of Quarter Sessions of Huntingdon county, for
license to keep Inns or Taverns and Eating Houses, to be
presented for the consideration of the said Court ou the
second Monday and 12th day of January, nexty to wit:
Inns or Taverns
Mary Ann Huey, Alexandria. Bor.
• Eating liouies.
John Holmes, Alexandria Bor.
- M. P. CAMPBELL, Prothonotary.
Clerk's Office, December 17, 1850.
SMITHFIELD GROUND RENTS.-
My Book of Ground Rents, and some Promissory
Notes, are placed in the hands of Alex. Port, Esq., for col
lection. Those who neglect paying before the 25th Decem
ber inst., will be proceeded against immediately thereafter.
AN EXHIBITION will be given by
the Huntingdon :gale School No.l, in Court Home,
on Uhribtmas Eve, 1856. Doors open at 6, Exerciees to
commence ato4, o'clock. Admittance 1234 cts. The pro
ceeils of the exhibition to he strictly applied to the enlarg
ing of the Library. belonging to said school. The Hunting
don Band will cidivell the exercises.
E. H. LANE, Teacher.
Huntingdon. Dec. 10. 1856.
ADA M BIGHAM'S ESTAT H.—John
Scott, the Auditor appointed to distribute the assets
in the hands of David Hicks, Administrator of Adam Ing
ham, deed, to and among those perscins entitled to the
same, will attend for that purpose at his office in the bor
ough of Huntingdon, on Thursday, January 8, 1857, at one
o'clock, P. NI., at which time and place all persons interest
ed in said fund are notified to plesent their claims, or be
debarred from coming in for a share of such assets or fund.
JOHN SCOTT, Auditor.
Huntingdon, Dec. 10, 1856.
Dissolution of Partnership.----The co
partnership heretofore existing under the firm of
Wasgow & Steel, has by mutual consent been dissolved.—
Those having unsettled accounts with the &mare request
ed to call and settle immediately.
WM. I. STEEL.
.12-Tlie business will be continued by Win. Y. Steel, and
a liberal patronage from a generous public will be thank . -
1-IE HUNTINGDON MILL.—The
undersigned owners of the Huntingdon Mill inform
t ie farmers and the public generally that they now have
their new mill in running order, with all the modern im
provements in the Water Wheels and Machinery.
They have put in five of the improved Jouval Turbine
Water Wheels, and can grind in all stages of water, and
during the coldest weather any and all kinds of grain.
They are prepared to sell, and have on hand for sale at
all times at Market rates all kinds of Flour, Feed, and
Stuffs; and Farmers can have their own grain ground and
take it back in a return load, or they can be furnished in
exchange at a moment's notice, an equal quantity of Flour
and Bran, or chopped feed.
Their smut machine is of improved manufacture, and
they will insure a "a full turn out" of superior quality to
every bushel of grain left at their mill. _
FISHER & MOU7RTRIE
N. B. Their Buckwheat Stones are not quite ready.
Hunting - don, Dec. 8,1856.
TALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
PUBLIC SALE.—I will offer at public sale, on Wed
nesday, December 315t,1855, at the `FRANKLIN HOUSE,'
in the borough of Huntingdon, at one o'clock, P. M., the
following described Real Estate, via :
Lot No. 71 in said borough, fronting on
Hill street, and extending back to Rail Road _
street, baying a large two-story BRICK TAV
ERN HOUSE, good stabling, and other build- P .66 § 1 111
lugs thereon, now occupied by Christian Gouts. g e ,
It has been kept for many years as a public Y
house, has an extensive patronage an an excellent loca
tion for that business.
Also—Four adjoining lots, fronting each
50 feet on Church street—one of them a corner lot fronting
on Franklin street, in said borough.
Also—A contingent reversionary interest
to the one undivided third of a Lot in said borough, ad
joining John Westbrook on the west, Presbyterian Parson
age lot on the east, having a two-story FRANIN DWELL
ing thereon, being the interest devised to George Gwin by
the last will and testament of Patrick Gwin. deed.
Terms will be made easy, and announced on day of sale.
Huntingdon, Dec. 10, 1856. Assignee of George Gwin.
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pJOKE JAlL—Twenty Dollars Re
) ward.—The cdmve, reward will be paid for the appre
hension and delivery to me at Huntingdon, of SAMUEL
lit YIN. who broke jail on the evening of the Yd inst.—
Said Irvin is about IS years old, 5 feet I) inches high, white
hair, curly at the ends, stout built—had on a cloth cap
half worn, brown frock coat and dark pants. _ _ .
December 3, 1856
OSAGE ORANGE SEED.—The sub
scriber has just received a few bushels of fresh Osage
Orange Seed direct from Texas, which he will sell at the
rate of Six Dollars per peck for a peck or more, or one dol
lar per pound. A pound of seed will produce plants
enough to set 50 rods of fence. It must be evident to ev
ery farmer how much better he would be off if he had liv
ing fences, which he can have in this way at much less
cost than the post and rail. JOHN S. ISETT.
Spruce Creek, December 3, 1556.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.--In pur
suance of an Order of the Orphans' Court of the
county of Huntingdon, I will offer at Public Sale on the
premises, on WEDNESDAY, 24TH OF DECEMBER, 1856,
at 1 o'clock, p. in., the following described Real Estate, late
of Alex. G win, dec'd, to wit :
A Plantation or Tract of Land, situate in the township
of Henderson. in the county of Huntingdon, adjoining
land of John McCahan, Christian Coins, Samuel Fridley,
John Simpson and Elisha Shoemaker, containing 225 acres,
or thereabouts, be the same more or less, on which there
are about one hundred and fifty acres cleared,
thereon a large frame bank barn, log dwelling e ''''''
house, apple orchard, good well of water, Sc.— 2
Said tract of land is distant from Huntingdon two _
miles, and is bounded by Stone Creek on the east.
Terms of Sale : One third of the purchase money to be
paid on confirmation of the sale, one third thereof within
oue year thereafter with interest, the remaining One third
at and immediately after the decease of Catharine M. Gwin
widow of said deceased—the purchaser paying to the said
widow annually and regularly, during her natural life,
the legal interest on the said one third part; to he secured
by the bonds and mortgages of the purchaser.
Guardian of the minor children of Alex. Gwin, deed, and
Attorney for Charles A. Gwin.
Huntingdon, December 3, 1856.
T REMENDOUS EXCITEMENT 1-
ANOTHER BANK CLOSLDI
o well known establishment of Messrs. LOVE 1:: Mc-
DIVITT, on Market street, Huntingdon, was yesterday
compelled to close its doors on account of tho tremendous
rush of customers, occasioned by the arrival in port of the
boat "Broad Top" from the East, having on board, the
most extensive assortment of fresh Groceries, Confectiona
ries, &c., &c., &c., ever offered for sale in this place. To
day. however, they are happy to be able to announce to
.I,lketr numerous friends and patrons—to the public goner
rilly—and " the rest of mankind," that they are again
open, and prepared to dispose of their entire stock, on the
most reasonable terms, for cash or country produce—con
sisting of the following, viz: Coffee, Sugar, Teas, Molas
ses, Fish, Salt, Cheese, Crackers, Cakes, Fruit, Confection
aries, Hama, Shoulders, &c., Tobacco of the best quality
and Segars of every grade. Candles, Oils, Fluids, Cam
phone, &c. Nuts of every description, Figs, Raisins, &c.
In - short, every thing usually found in an establishment of
As the terms will be strictly cAsu, or country produce in
exchange for goods, their stock will be disposed of at the
Thankful for past favors. they , would still solicit a share
of public patronage, All are invited to call and examine
for themselves, as no pains will be spared in order to ac
commodate. December 3, 1856.
HREE TRACTS OF LAND FOR
SALE.—We would offer for sale the following prop
—A FARM of ninety acres in Germany Vailley, nun
tingdon county, it being one half of the Farm formerly
owned 1 y Geo. by, nearly all cleared and in a fine state
of cultivation, choice Lime Stone Land. house and Stable
erected thereon, within running water. - 1 1 / 42 ' miles from
Shirleysburg, and 5 miles from Penn'a Rail Road and Canal
at Mt. Union.
ALSO-15 acres of choice land adjoining the above on
which is erected two good Houses, small Barn, Wood Rouse,
with a never failing spring of good water, fine Orchard
with choice fruit. This is a very desirable property and
would be 13 nitable for a mechanic, or any person desiring
to retire from active life.
ALSO—A FARM in Union township, Huntingdon coun
ty, cousaining 6d acres, one-half of which is cleared, and
balance first quality of Timber land, situated within ono
mile of the Peun'a Canal and Rail Road at Mill Creek. '
Either of the above properties will be sold low and on
reasonable terms. Apply to the subscribers at Mill Creek,
Huntingdon county, Pa. KESSLER & BRO.
September 10, 185G-tf.
161 William r. , treet, New York
AUDITOR'S NOTIC.V.—The under
signed Auditor appointed by the Orphans' Court of
Huntingdon County to distribute the balance in the hande
of Alexander Port, administrator of :lames McCartney
Sankey, deceased, amongst those entitled thereto, hereby
gives notice to all persons interested, that he will attend
Mr the purpose of making said distribution on 'Wednesday,
the 31st day of December, A. D. 1556, at 1 o'clock, P. M.,
:it Lis ottice in the borough of Huntingdon, when and
where all persons interested may attend and present their
claims, &c. aolllti REED, Auditor.
- TOBY'S CHRISTMAS &,New Year's
PRESENTS. A veiy rich assortment of elegant and
useful goods of the newest Enropt. , an Productions. 128
ARCH Street, above Philadelphia.
FRY'S Writing Desks, Papeteres, Jew
ell Cases, 'Work Boxes. &c., warranted manufactured
in our own work shop, from materials seasoned to snit the
climate. 128 Arch Street, above 6th, Philadelphia.
1 1 P, 'S Dressing Cases of wood or leather,
for travelling or borne use, are all fitted with articles
(a real utility and warranted Cutlery, the largest assort
ment in the city to select from. 128 Arch Street, above
T 4 ItY'S Cabas, Satchells, Portmoniaes,
1 Travelling Bags, Etouis Cases, Scissors in Cases, Port
folio's, Segar Cases, &c., as low as similar goods can be pur
chased in the United States. 128 Arch Street, above 6th,
Philadelphia. December 3, 1856.
THE ILLUSTRATED ANNUAL
REGISTER OF RURAL AFFAIRS, AND CULTIVA-
IrOR ALMANAC FOR 1857—Embellished with One
Hundred and lirrty-two Engravings, and containing- One
Hundred and Forty-four large duodecimo pages. By
Joiix J. THOMAS, Author of the "American Fruit Cultu
rist," " Farm Implements," &c. Albany, N. Y.: Luther
Tucker & Son.
The subjects treated in this volume, besides the usual
Astronomical Calculations and Calender pages, calculated
for the Meridians of Boston, New-York and Baltimore, as
given in previous issues, include, among others, the follow
I. LAYING OUT FARMS.—(Stz. ENGRAVINGS)
1. General Mler3 to be Observed.
2. Plan for the Division of a Farm.
3. D. D. T. More's Farm and Buildings.
4. Farm Management and Capital.
H. FARM HOUSES.—(FOLMTEEN ENGRAVINGS.)
1. The Art of Planning them.
2. Design for a One-Story Farm House.
3. Design for a Plain Farm House.
4. Design for a Square Farm House.
5. A Dracketted Symmetrical Farm House.
6. A Village or Suburban House.
111. FARM IMPLEMENTS.-(Fon7r-oNE ENGRAVINGS.)
I. Plows-for Different Soils-Side Hill and Subsoil.
2. Harrows and Cultivators.
3. Planters and Sowers for Seeds. Corn, Grain.
4. Mowing Machines-Wood's and Ketchum's.
5. Horse Hay and Grain Rakes.
0. Horse Pitch Fork.
7. Washing Machines.
8. Feed Mixer.
9. Corn Shelters.
10. Dederick's Hay Press.
11. Wood's Portable Engine.
12. l'ose's Ox Yoke.
13. Cider Mills for Vinegar Factories.
IV. FRUIT CULTURE.-(TWENTY-TWO ENGRAVINGS)
1. Laying Out and Planting a Fruit Garden.
2. Laying Out Orchards.
3. Mulching and Deep Planting.
4. Dwarf Pear Trees.
5. Notes on Fruit Culture-including Twenty-two short
articles. and many invaluable facts and suggestions.
6. Culture of the Raspberry.
7. Culture of the Blackberry.
V. ORNAMENTAL PLANTING AND PLANTS.
1. Half Hardy Trees and Flowering Shrubs.
2. lierbaceous Perennials. .
3. Climbing Annuals.
4. Perennials fin• Lawns.
VI. ROCK WORK AND RUSTIC STRUCTURES.
I. Artificial Rock Work.
2. Rustic Seats and Structures.
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
I. Measures of Length ancl.Surface.
2. Tables of Specific Gravities, Weights, &c.
3. Contents and Size of Cisterns.
4. Velocity of Wind.
VIII. FARM AND GARDEN ECONOMY.
1. Preparing Soil for Gardens.
2. Valuable Miscellaneous Facts.
3. Packing Trees and Plants.
4. Propagation by Cuttings.
5. Satisfimtory Farming.
6. To Prevent Wheat from Sprouting.
7. Mice-Gnawad Trees.
LX. DOMESTIC ANIMALS-(Tumm ENGRAVINGS.)
1. Food Consumed by Different Animals.
2. Doctoring Sick Animals, with Rules for Preserving
their Health, and Remedies for the more common
Diseases of Horses. Cattle, Sheep, and Swine.
3. Apparatus for Shearing Sheep.
X. MISCELLANEOUS-(ONE ENGRAVING.)
1. Presence of Mind.
2. The Great Tree—. Sequoia Gigantea
3. Supports for Lightning Rods.
4. Paints and Whitewash for Barns
It will he seen from the foregoing abstract of the con
tents of the REGISTER for 1857, that it embraces as great
and valuable a variety as either of its predecessors. Num
bers 1 and 2. filr 1855 and 1856, are no less useful now than
the day they were issued. and the contents of No. 3 are of
equally permanent int,•rest.
Price, Twenty-five Cents for single copies—One Dollar
for Five—Two Dollars per Dozen. Those who order, will
express particularly the No, they wish, to prevent mistakes.
we will send to each member of a Club of Four, copies of
Nos. 1, 2 and 3 of the REGISTER for Two DOLLARS.
Large sales of the REGISTER, for 1857 can be effected in
almost every neighborhood, which we will endeavor to ren
der profitable to any who will engage in it. Address let
ters of inquiry, or orders accompanied by the cash, to
LUTHER, TUCKER & SON,
December 3, 1550. Albany, N. T.
1 4 1XECUTORS' NOTlOE.—Notice is
tv hereby given that letters testamentary on the will of
JoHN 'HENDERSON, late of Warriorsmark township.
Huntingdon county, deed., have been granted to the un
dersigned. All persons indebted to the estate of said de
ceased, are requested to make payment, and those having
claims to present them for settlement.
Nov. 5, 1556. Executors.
THE HUNTING-DON C 0 111 E 11, 1
CIAL SCHOOL, Has been removed to a large and
commodious room in the " Town Hall," and is open, day
and evening, for the reception of Students. The course of
instruction, embracing Single and Double Entry Book
keeping, is accompanied by daily Lectures on Commercial
Sciences. A department has also been opened, which is
devoted to Penmanship, and is conducted by Prof. MoniusoN
Lectures on Commercial Law, Ethics and Political Econ
omy are delivered periodically, to the students, by members
of the Huntingdon Bar.
Other particular. furnished on application, personally,
or by letter, to T. 1L POLLOCK, Principal.
Iluuti~:g ton, Nov. 26, 1556.
STEW DRUG STORE.
DR. J. S. GRIFFITH, Stwrintendent.
HAVING purchased from Wm. 'Williams &
,terg,t'; jCo., their stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints S:
Brushes, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery, Fancy
W Soaps, Fluid, Camphene, Turpentine, Alcohol,
ALMIIe and a general assortment of Artists' Colors &
Brushes, Spices of all kinds, Window Glass of
all sizes, Putty, all kinds of Varnish, Japan, Copal, Nos. 1
and 2, Coachbody and Black Spirit, Pure Cod Liver Oil, for
the cure of Rheumatism, Scrofula, Gout, Lumbanro, Tetter,
Chronic Erysipelas, Chronic Sore Eyes, White 'Swelling,
Glandular Swelling, Pulmonary Consumption, Chronic
Bronchitis, Rickets, and all diseases of the skin, by the
gallon, quart or smaller quantity, the Balm of a Thousand
Flowers, the greatest remedy for Baldness and purifying
the Skin, of the age. John H. Patethorp's celebrated cure
for Fever and Aguo. No Cure No Pay. Price Sl. Flue
Tobacco and Segars. All the above, with all articles gen
erally kept in a Drug Store, for sale cheap.
&Ger' Physicians Prescriptions carefully and accurately
Store, Market Square, opposite Coins' Hotel, Hunting
don, Pa. HENRY McMANIGILL.
I_, I STATE OF NANCY NEFF. AU
_ 4 DITOR*S NOTICE.—The undersigned Auditor, ap
pointed by the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, to
distribute the balance in the hands of Jacob Harncame,
Executor of the bud will and testament of Nancy Neff,
late of West township, demased, in discharge of Trust for
selling real estate of said decerthed, and also to distribute
the balance in the hands of said Executor in the adminis
tration of the personal estate of said deceased, hereby
gives notice to all persons interested that be will attend to
the duties of his appointment at the office of Messrs. Scott
& Brown, in the borough of Huntingdon, on Saturday the
27th day of December next, at 3 o'clock, P. M., when and
where all poisons must present their claims to the under
signed Auditor, or be debarred from coming in upon said
fund. THEO. H. CREMER, Auditor.
Huntingdon, Nov. 26„ 1656.
LISTATE OF JOHN BRADLEY-
' , 4 AUDITOR'S NOTICE.—The undersigned Auditor,
appointed by the Orphan's Court of Huntingdon county, to
distribute the balance in the hands of Jonas J. Reed and
Thomas G. Stapleton, administrators of John Bradley, de
ceased. hereby gives notice that ho will attend to the duties
of his appointment, at the office of Messrs. Scott & Brown,
in the borough of Huntingdon, on Saturday the 27th day
of December next, at 2 o'clock P. M., when and where all
persons interested must present their claims before the un
dersigned Auditor, or be debarred from coming in upon
said fund. THEO. If. CEEMER, Auditor.
Huntengdon, Nov. 26, 1856.
NEW MILLINERY STORE.::—Miss
SLICK and Miss WALLACE respectfully an
nounce to the Ladies of Huntingdon and surround. .4'9: .
ing country, that they have opened a MILLINERY 4( `,
STORE in the east end of the residence of Mrs, Dor
land, immediately opposite the "Globe" printing office,
where they will rarer it on in all its various branches.
They have just received from the city an entire new,
beautiful and fashionable assortment of bonnets, silks,
satins, flowers, trimmings, and every article belonging to a
Millinery Store, and will be pleased to receive a share of
the patronage, and till the orders of all those who may need
anything in their line of business. They flutter nerd:
selves able to please the most fastidious.
Huntingdon, Nov. 26, 1856. _
TEA Elt S ' INSTITUT.E.—Thei
.leachers and friends of education throughout the
County are hereby notified that the next annual meeting'
of the Huntingdon Con iy Tev.cbers' Distitute will be held
in Huntingdon, on Monday, the 22d of December, 1846, at
10 o'clock a. in.. By order of the Board of Managers.
It. McDIVITT, Secretary.
linntingdon, Nor. 24, 1856
COMMISSIONERS' SALE.—The fol
lowing tracts of land will be exposed to public sale
by the Commissioners of Huntingdon county, on Tuesday
the 13th day of Jannat y, 1857, according to the several Acts
of Assembly, in such ca-se made and provided, viz:
301 in Carson,
By order of the Commissioners.
Nov. 2G, 1556. lIEICRY W. MILLER, Clerk,
..ALRIUVAL OF FALL & WINTER
GOODS at the BROAD-TOP DEPOT. CUNNING
HAM & DUNN, Dave just received a well selected stock of
Fall and Winter Goods, consisting of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
hardware, Queensware, Cedarware, Crockery•-ware, stond
and earthen, Tin ware, Cane Fishing Rods, Ready-made
Clothing, and in short, everything usually kept in a coun
Fish, Salt, Bacon and Plaster, kept con
stantly for sale. Call and examine our goods and judge
for yourselves. All kinds of country produce taken at the
highest market price in exchange for Goods.
The highest market price paid for Grain. Prompt attenz
Hon paid to storing and forwarding all kinds of Merchanz
dine, Produce., &c. CUNNING HA3l4fc DUNN.
Huntingdon, Nor. 26, 1556.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE—By vir
tue of au Order of the Orphans' Court of Hunting:
don county, I will offer at Public Sale on the premises. oil
SATURDAY the 20th day of DECEMBER, 1856, at 1 o'clock
p. in., the following Real Estate late of Nathan Scofield,
One Lot of Ground in the borough of Hurt ,
tingdon, fronting on Moore street 50 feet, and running
back at right angles thereto one hundred and twenty-nine
feet, adjoining lot of Robert Lott on the West, and lot of
Thomas King on the East, having thereon a two story log
Terms—Ono half the purchase money to be paid upon,
confirmation of sale, the residue in one year With interest,
to be secured by bond and mortgage.
Administrator of N. Scofield.
Nov. 19, ISSG
(IRPHANS' COURT SALE.—In pur
-1 seance of Orders of the Orphans' Court of the county
of Huntingdon, the Tracts of land hereinafter described,
situate in said county, and near the borough of Hunting
don, will be exposed to public sale on the premises on FRI
DAY the 19th day of December, next, as the property of
John Tier ; late of said county, dec'd, by his administrator,
to wit :
All that Tract marked (A) in the diagram
annexed to the Return of the Inquest, containing 237
acres and 130 perches; it being the "Mansion Farm" of
said deceased. About one half of this tract is clear
and under cultivation, about 40 acres of which
is meadow. Running water for cattle, and might
be readily introduced into almost every held in Zarla
this tract. There are upon it a two-story frame Dwelling
House, a large brick Barn, and other buildings. Also, an
All that Tract marked (C) in said diagram,
containing 2-37 acres 68 perches, and called the " Moore
Farm," somewhat more than the half of this tract is clear
ed and under cultivation, and having thereon
erected a frame Dwelling House and Bank Barn.
On account of the nearness of these two farms to
r the borough of Huntingdon ' and the large amount
et meadow upon each, they would be very suitable for
crazing or stock farms.
All that Tract marked (D) in said d.ia
grain, containing 185 acres, 132 perches. About 01:11ttl
the one half of this tract is cleared and under cultivation,
all ti ban trvaccruo. - - --
All that Tract marked (E) in said diagram,
containing 214 acres and 87 perches—about 100 acres of
this tract are cleared and under cultivation. No buildings
All that Tract marked (G) in said diagram,
containing 119 acres; entirely Nrooilland.
All that Tract marked (K) in said diagram,:
containing 87 acres andl3l perches—woodland.
All that Tract marked (L) in said diagram!
containing 143 acres and S 3 per;!..lics—woodland."
All that Tract marked (M) in said diagram,
and containingll7 acres and 147 perches, being wholly
A Lot of Ground in the village of Smith:
field, marked (N) in said diagram, containing 56 perches'
and having thereon erected a two story log house.
A Lot of Ground in the village of Smith
field, and marked (0) in said diagram, containing 3.8 and
nine tenths perches, and having thereon erected a small
The one undivided fourth part of five tracts
of land situate in Henderson and Porter townships, con
taining together 'NO acres, or thereabouts, he the same
more or less. Upon these tracts or within their bounda
ries, there is a large amount of water power for any kind
of works, inexhaustible quarries of limestone and other
stone for building. A. dwelling, house and other bulidings
have been erected upon one of these tracts. Upon these
tracts there is also a large amount of valuable timber.
An undivided interest in Milnwood Acad
emy, in Dublin township, the amount of which will bo
made known on the day of sale.
All these lands, excepting the last mentioned, lie near to
the borough of Huntingdon.
The terms of sale will be the one-third part of the pur
chase money to be paid on confirmation of each sale. One
third within one year thereafter, and the remaining third
at and immediately after the decease of Mary C. Tier, widow
of said deceased. the purchaser to pay to the said widow
annually and regularly during her lifetime, the legal in
terest of the said one third—to be secured by the bonds
and mortgages of the purchasers respectively. Salo to
commence at 10 o'clock of said day.
HENRY M. KER, Trustee.
Iluntingtlon. Nov. 19, 1856.3 t.
910 COUNTRY DEALERS. AIT ,
a GUST BRICKER. BOOT MAKER, No. %I North
fourth street, third Boot Store below Race, Philadelphia,
Wholesale and Retail dealer, will give full satisfaction tO .
all who allay patronise him. Country dealers, and persons
wishing a good article, are invited to call.
Philadelphia, Nov. 10,1856-3 m.
CAUTION.—This is to give public nu
de° that my wife, Mary Enfney, has left my bed and
board, without just cause or provocation. All persons are
hereby cautioned against harboring or trusting her on my
account, as I will pay no debts of her contracting.
WILLIAM A. RAINEY.
Barreo township, Not. IP, i 856,
C\RPIIANS' COURT SALE OF VAL
UA 13LB REAL ESTATE, STEAM TANNERY, COAL'
D, FARM, &c
By virtue of an Order of the Orphans Court
of Huntingdon county, the undersigned will expose to
Public Sale on the premises, on FRIDAY the 19th day of
DECEMBER, next, nt 11 o'clock in the forenoon—
All the one undivided half part of that par
cel and lot of ground situate in Tod township, Huntingdon.
county, containing about 3 acres, having a large Steam
Tannery buildings and fixtures thereon erected, including ,
a five horse power Steam Engine, pats with running liquor,.
roller and fulling stock, with a two-story house,
new frame house in progress. of construction, a
plentiful supply of water, conveyed by pipes, &a.,
with all conveniences for doing a good tanning business.
neighborhood. plentiful supply of bark can be had in the
Also, the one undivided half of a certabs'
piece of cultivated land adjoining the Tannery lot above de:
scribed, containing about 18 acres,
having thereon a two=
story Dwelling House, Barn, and other improvements.
Also, all that certain parcel and tract of
Coal Land, in the Broad Top Coal Itegion, in Tod township;
adjoining land of John INleCanles , Co., containing one
hundred and four acres, more or less.
They will also expose to public sale on the premises,
On SATURDAY the 20th day of December ;
next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,—The one undivided
half of all that certain Farm and tract of Land situate in
Cromwell township, Huntingdon county, adjoining lands
of (ice. Price. Philip 'Ramer and others, containing ono
hundred and twenty-five acres, more or less; about 70
acres of which are cleared, and under cultivation, having
thereon a log Dwelling House, log Barn, Orchard, and
Terms—One third of the purchase money to be paid on.
confirmation of sale, and the balance in two equal annual
payments with interest from confirmation, to be secured by
the bonds and mortgage of purchaser.
MICHAEL J. MARTIbri
Administrators of Joseph Martin, decd:
At the times and places mentioned above, I, being the
owner of the other undivided half of the properfY above
mentioned, will expose to sale upon some terms, au my
interest in said real estate.
Any information *ill be given by Messrs,. Wilson & Pet
riken, Attorneys at Law, Huntingdon, or'-by Michael T s
Martin, Eagle Foundry jr. 0., Huntingdon Contny.
Naretabor 13 , 16,56-2 t.
MICEA2t. T. MARTIN.