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Iluistingdon, Feb. 20, 1 545.
V. IL PALMER, Esq. (No. 59; Pine street
&eke Th;rd, Philadelphia) is authorized to act as
ATent for this paper, to procure subscriptions and
cry Two COMETS are now observable in the
South. They are said to be large, and making their
way North! Look aloft !
The Morris Canal is about to be enlarged from
Newark to Easton.
"In strugghng with Miss-fortune
L:es the proof of virtue."
The Pittsburg Weekly wants to know what
Ethakspeare meant by the above! Who can impart
the desired information?
Boa That'. Tostrr.—At the Empire Club sup
per, Now York, as vouched for by the Louisville
" My daddy is God's noblest work, and I am the
aoblega work of my daddy."
Go it, Bob—your'e a cute 'un ; a regular "chip
off the old block !"
Gaslug WILL OVT--DON ' T CRAMP IT !-Hear
the outpourings of an honest heart in regret for the
dilapidated condition of his " unmentionables:"
Farewell! farewell old trouserloons !
Long time we've stuck together
Variety of scenes gone through,
And braved all sorts of weathet !
03 . The National Intelligencer, says, The Mc-
Nulty investigation was brought to a close by Jus
tices (Morsel! and Goddard) requiring the accused
to give bail in the sum of seventeen thousand dol
lars fur his appeirance at the next Criminal Court,
on the second Monday in March, 1815, to answer
to the charge of embezzlement. His securities are
the Hon. Emery D. Potter and Mr. Bryan Leonard.
APPOINTMENT HT THE CANAL COMMISSIONEHS.
--Robert W. Clark, son of James Clark, President
of the board, to be Supervisor on the Western Divi
sion of the Pennsylvania Canal.
This confining fat offices to one family is becom
ing quite popular with the , progressive Democracy.'
The party might exclaim, with a well known
+Scotch canal contractor on the Juniata canal, who,
when Mr. Clarke in his capacity of acting commis
sioner, was counting him down his large monthly
estimates, as each hundred dollar pile was counted,
would encourage him, with the exclamation, Weal
Mr. Clark, yer a vera extra-ore-dinary man.'
Tau PROSPECT.-The Nashville organ, of Mr.
Polk, has semi•oflicially announced that is the
President elect does not desire to embroil himself in
contest of those who aim at succession, he will not
choose his cabinet officers from the aspirants to the
Presidency, but will take them from among those
who have not as yet aspired so high. The same
paper intimetes that this determination will not ex
clude Mr. Buchanan, as it is understood that that
gentleman has relinquised all presidential hopes.
Whether the new President will be able to ad•
here to such a determination, even if he has formed
it, iv among the things doubtful.
TAX ON DOGS.
Lest week we gave our readers a petition, pre
sented to the I louse of Representatives of Ohio, on
the 10thinst., praying that a tax he imposed on
dogs, in the county of Knox. The following is the
report of the select committee of the House, (Mr.
Mortuts,) to which was referred the petition.
The committee select, of this honorable House,
To which was teferred the poetics of Rouse,
And other good men of the county of Knox,
For a law that's here deem'd to be quite het'rodox,
That is, that dogs be deprived of their fun
Of pulling of wool, and making sheep run,
Or clue, that the ownera be aaddled, slack!
'Vith a tax on their puppies which their purses would
Ask leave to report, to this body of wise men,
That, having examined with deepest acumen,
The reasons set forth for your grave legislation,
Are unanimous quite that the good of the nation
Requires cur-laikiont of dogs pro:nenatling.
We recommend, therefore, without further explain.
That some kind of a law, or joint resolution,
Be enacted,(to bring the who!o rhyme to conclusion.)
That each dog in the land:he cur-laird in the rear
Just back of his head, a is mode Robespierre
SUPPLEMENT BY THE COMMITTEE.
Provided, that lawyers and raisers of geese
Be exempted, who live near old °snipelis—
The histly of banks id that famous region,
Has nothing to do with this simple conclusion.
Let the afflicted call and see our certificates.—
They prove conclusively that they can be cured if
they get the right medicine. Bc sure and get Dr.
%Vistaed Balsam of Wild Cherry.' Beware of
This 13alsarn cures,all affections of the lungs,
and liver, such as bleedieg of the lunge, bronchitus
asthma of 10 or 20 years' stantling, croup, obstinate
pain in chest, and side,
Mess.. Slxvoitu & PARR 1--Dear Sirs:—
With regard to Dr. ;Velar's Balsam of Wild
Cherry, for which you orb wholesale agents, we
have sold, since last October, eighty-two bottles at
retail, and have heard fechn a great proportion of
them as producing the desired effect.
Several important cases in this vicinity, which
carps under our personal knowledge, have beets
cured !—where . other remedies have been tried for
years without eftect,
In fact we think it one of the moat valuable rem
edies for consumption of the lunge, and all other
complaints for which it is recommended, and do
think that the suffering of the afflicted demand that
you should give it a general circulation, and make
its virtues known. Yours truly.
WEBGLY & KNEPPER, Druggists
Wooster, 0., May 23, 1843.
The genuine, for sale by Thomas Read, Hunt-
ingdon, and MrB. Mary Orr, Bollidaysburg.
The BRANDRETII PILLS, an a general family
medicine, especially in a country so subject to sud
den change.) of temperature as this, their value is
incalculable. By having tho l3randreth
ways on hand, should a sudden attack of sickness
take place, they can be given at once, and will often
have affected a cure before the physician could
Porchnee the genuine medicine of Win. St ewart,
Iluntingdon, Pa., and other agents published in
another part of thb paper.
Agreeable to a - resolution of the Leg
islatut e, the law, ing list of pardons was
tratisiti!tted by the Secretary uf the COM
monwealth to them. It shows the nom
ber of pardons granted by Gov. Porter,
during his administration.
Murder 2nd (tepee— Washington,
Pet jury— Ci ao ford,
Arson—Cu iate! land,
Adultery— Cumberland and North.
umbel land, 2
Vorgery- 7 -Allegheny, Bet ks,
Itiit and ‘llti -
ren, - 4
Assault and Battery—Cumberland
1, Dauphin 2. Fayette 1, and
Pl.ilatlophia 1, 5
Riot— Lycoming 15 and 11ercer 13, 2$
Pausing counterfeit money-11e' ks, 1
Fraudulent ‘oting--Cumberland, I
Accessary to larceny—Butler, I
Unknown—Cumber land, 2
The number of pardons granted after
conviction are 570, and the nature of the
crilnes for which they have been sentenced
Minder tot degree, 3
Murder 2nd deal ee, 28
Adultery, . 10
B gamy, 4
Perjury , 4
Robbery and Burglary, S
Arson and Butglary, 2
Arson and Larceny, 1
Forgery, , 20
Passing counterfeit money 21
Horse stealing, 14
Riot, d 6
Assault and Battery, 73
Fraudulent voting, 1
Fraudulent insolvency, 1
Receiving sto!en goods, Id
Malicious mischief, 6
Nuisance, • 5
Attempt to cutontit burglary. 2
Attempt to lire dwelling, I
Boas tiality, 1
Exposure of body, 1
Exhuming dead body, 1
~ Here the girls and here the widow
Always cast their earliest glance,
And, with smileless face, consider
If they, too, won't stand a chance
To make some clever fellow inwards
In bliss, and often too—in trouble."
MARRIED: On Thursday morning the 20th
instant, by the Rev. John Peebles, GEORGE
TAyLon, Esq., to Misa PRISCILLA MOORE,
daughter of the late Robert Moore, Esq., all of
On Thursday tho2Oth inst., by F. B. Wallace,
Esq., Mr. ALEXANDER WESTBROOK, to
Men. ANNA CLAUBAUGH, both of Henderson
On Tuesday 25th inst., by Rev. H. G. Dill, Mr.
JAMES M'MONEGAL, to Mrs. JANE JACK
SON both of Huntingdon county.
Froth DEATH no age nor no condition saves,
As goes the freeman, so deports the slave,
The chieftain's palace and the peasant's bower,
Alike are ravished by his haughty power.
DIED: On the 12th inst., ROBERT ST.t: W
ART, son of B. F. Bell, of Antes township, aged
9 months and 13 days.
safe df Real Lstale.
Will he sold at public sale on the premis
es, in West tuwtiship, Huntingdon county,.
On Saturday, 1211 i of .h'Fril nett,
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the following
described real t state late of Eltsba Green,
of said township, dec'd, viz i
A tract, piece or parcel of land contain
EI3ED a.cotrcs•so s ,
be the same more or less, about 20 acres of
which ate cleared, having about 12 acres of
same in excellent cultivation— part of said
land is limestone, and is well timbered. On
tho premises is a never failing spring of wa
ter which runs through the same. Said land
djoius Lindad George Green, Gen. Kem
turtling, John Livingston, William Foster's
heirs and litiLivrt Wilson, and lies on the
public road leading from the Warm Springs
to M'Altlivy's Fort.
Persons desiring to purchase can get any
necessary information concerning the pre
mises and terms etc,, by calling on the un
dersigned who live near the said tract of
land. The terms will be made known on the
day , f sale and will be very reasonable.
11ENRY M'CRACKEN; Executors
of the last will of
Feb, 26,1844, Elisha Green, deed.
1111ats.-I`Y.o , s llt theater.
About the first of September lust, a box
of PATS came directed to the subscriber,
residing t "(nadale Furnace; Huntingdon
county, from Lewistnwn, and without any
word concerning them. The hats were sent
to me without any order whatrter. 'll4 is
to notify the owner that he is politely reques
ted to come and move property and pay
charges, and by so doing can have them.
R , clrialu Furnace, F.t. 26, IS /3.—pd
TO COUNTRY MTERCIZANTS.
The sub,cribers, Wholesale Merchants,
Manufacturers and Dealer's iu Philadel'a.,
respectfully invite those Country Merchants
who site aboutpurchasing their S p ring and
Summer Sup/ tics, to au examination ut their
re:Tective Stocks of Goode.
We believe that our several assortments
are as complete as ever have been offered in
thiscity, and shall be pleased to have them
give us a call.
linporters and Loaders 4 n Silk and Fancy
Caleb Cope & co. 165 Mat ket et. above 4th
W. gc It. P. Remington, 92 do
Aslaiurst & Remington, 80 do
See, Brother & co. 70 do
Yard & Gillmore. 109 do
Domestic and Foreign Dry Gt ods.
Reynolds, M'Farland &co.. 105 Market tt.
Mi.rgan, Buck & co., 57 du
W. B. & G. B. Cooper,s3 do
Samuel Hood & co., North East corner of
Market and Fifth streets.
King, Boyd & King, 26 North Second st.,
copo:lte the Madison House.
William H. Brown & co., 20 N. Fourth st.
Julian, Mason & cr., 156 Market street.
Eckel, Sangler & Raiguel, 123 N. 1 hind st.
Smith, Howell & Barr, 33 N. Sectiiiti st.
Barclay Lippincott, 166 i Market street, one
door below Fifth, south side.
Ludwig, Kneedler & co. 112 North Third
street, West corner of Race street.
Haas & Hollingsworth, 18 North Second
street, and 2 (Mulch Alley.
James J. Boswell & co., 30 Market it.
Frederick, Dewald & co. 62 N. Third st.
Importers and Dealers in Hosiery, Gloves,
Trimmings and Fancy Goods.
E. S. Burnett. 3 South Fourth street, east
side below Market.
J. &J. P. Steiner, 43 North Second street,
4 doors below Al ch stret t.
Cloths, Cassimers t Ves Tailors'
De C oursey „Lafoureatle & cu. 77 Matitet st.
J. Godley Spry & co.
Hardware and Gallery.
Edward S. Handy & co, 98 Miuket street,
Yardley, Sowers &co. 141 do
Jolla S. Fitchett & co. 47 do
Allen It. Reeves &co. 1771 do
Wm. T. Howell & co. 181 do
Deacon & Paterson, 187 do
Martin Buehler & Bro. 195 do
Michael V. Baker, 215 do
Maslin & Pipper, 4 N. Third St.
Faust & Winebrener, 70 du
Saddlery hardware, and carriage Trim.
John M. Ford, 12 forth Third street,
H. &G. F 1 icke. 14 do
( if & Patersoti, I 2 North Fourth street.
Ford, 7 do
Saddlery, Saddlery Hardware, Harness, Trunks.
Edward P. Moyer, 38. alsu 232 Market st.
Publishers, Booksellers, and Stationers.
Grigg & &Hut, 9 North Fourth st.
Hogan& Thunipson, 30 do
Hides, Oil and Leather Dealers.
William Musser & co. 26A Market street.
H. M. Crawford, 204 N. Third st.
Boots, Shoes, Bonnets, Caps, Leghorn and Palos
W. E. &J. G. Whehin, 158 Market Et,
Levick, Jenkins & co. 150 do
China, Earthenware and Glass.
Alexander Read, 205 Market st
PeterWtight& Sons, 259
Wright et Wharton, 29 N. Third st.
Benedict Dorsey & 50n,125 do
William P. Hacker, 2 North Second st.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Drugs, Medicines,
Paints, Oils, &c.
Thomas P. lames, 212 Market street,
'fbompson,Pancoast & co. 40 do below 2d.
Caleb Cresson, 6 Nortli•rhird st,
Manzi=hirers of Sieves, Riddles, Screens, and
VVireivork in general.
. . .
Joseph A. Nee( les & co. 51N. Front street,
Combs. Brushes, Buttons. Spool Colton,
.- - -
Trimmings, Fancy Goods, &c. &c:
Oliver Martin, 24 North I•'uurth street,
S. M. Day, 10 _do do
Manufacturers & Imp >tiers of Military
Goads, Fringes, Cards, Tassels, Carriage' Laces.
N'4'lll fl. HairtSlllallll & Suns, Si N. Third st.
iliatiffacturers of Umbrellas, Parusas
Sleeper, Brothers, 126 Market street.
Wrieit & Brothers, 125 do
William A. Drown, 86 do
Manufacturers of Hata, Caps. Wool Hats, dec.
Henderson & Levick, 144 Maiket street,
S. & O.C. Nichols, 114 du
Manufacturers of Patent Floor & Furni•
lure Oil Cloths, and Elastic Carriage Curtains.
Potter & Carmichael, 568 North Third st.
ltaac Macauley, Jr., 6 Not th Fifth st.
Manufacturers of Ladies' & Gentlemen's
Cheap Travelling Trunks.
A. L. Hickey & co. 150 Chesnut streets
George B. Balsa, 8 and 25 N. 4th s t.
Importer of Toys, Fancy cir. Staple Goods,
Brushes and Perfumery.
A. F. Ott Manrose, 16 S. 4th below Market.
LoUIs C. Bauersaclis, 170 Marl et street.
Mantloclurer of combs, Brushes, Soaps
Thomas Burch, Jr. (late of Pittsburg) 183
Wilham V. Anderson & cc. 21N, Water st,
John Trucks. 17 NJ sth at, cor of conunerce,
Waterman & Osbourn, North West corner
of Second and Arch streets,
It. Paterson & cr. 182 M irket street
Dealer in Candi, a, ()fovea, Lemons,
John 1 Richardson, 42 Market st. below 2J.
imparter ef all kinds o/ Shipping Furs.
William G,isse & Sons, 60 South Front, be
low Chesnut street.
Jlgricalturel & horticultural Iniplementl,
Garden, Grass and Flower Seeds.
Di 0. Prouty, 194 1 Market street, below
Sixth, South sick.
Looking Glasses, Plated Fancy Hard•
ware, Combs; &e.
Wm. et Walter Cresson, 14 North Ith st.
Importer aad Dealer in Bulling Clot/ s.
Licub Fry, 58 Noith Third s tit Lt, (succes
nor to hitters.
Manufacturers & Deal( rs iii Straw Goods,
William M.& Junks E,M.tull, 30 North 11
Illantfacturersni enel and Bunch, and
* Deakra in Bads, Slums and Banneta!
James T. Let & a .; 124 North Third it.
Mann finturer of Pntent Lealhcr. Glezed
Muslin, Carriage Oil Clutha and Caps. .
John T. Holloway, 9 North Faith street.
Brass Bight Day, SO Hour and General
James F. Smith, 82 N. 3,1 st. twat. Cherry.
James Barber, 238 Mtt ILA it., south bide,
above Seventh street. , •
A. E. Lovell, corner of Third and Ntoci,l
s'reets, and corner of 4th and Market sts.
Print Wu, ehousr, Debts!. e in Prints, only.
Morrell & cr., 201 Market street, second
door above Fifth.
Philadelphia, Feb. 19, 1845.
NOTICE is hereby that all the personal
property belonging to James Isett, of hlopr
well township, now un the premises occupi
ed by him, consisting of farming utensils,
horses, cattle, hogs, licusehule and kiicheil
furniture, was purchased by me at Consta
ble's Sal, , sale un the bib day of February
A. 1845, and that the same has been left
in the possession of said Isett until I thia
proper to remove the samt. 4111 persons
are therefore cautioned against interfering
with the same. MATTHEW GARNER.
February 26, 1845-3 t pd
An die ei wrialhr in die Slade Iluneingdcn
Durck die ermuterung
meiner fretinden, bin ich bewngen Os Can
didat um des Friedenrichters Anit (Justice
of the Peace) an der kommende Whal mi
zubieten, welches an machsten Mate Statt
linden wild, im Lill Ich erwahlt werde,po
verspreihe ich die pficliten desselben,
aufmeiksamkeit antrichtigkeit v.' el
fullen. GEORGK LIAR rLzy:
Huntingdon, den lsteni Feb 1845:
Will be received by the undersighed; at
the Commissioners' Office in Huntingdon,
till Wednesday the 12th day of March, for
the erection of a Bridge act% ss the Itaystown
Branch of the Juniata river, at or near Jas.
Entraken's, in Hopewell township, said
bridge to consist of two spans, each 115 feet
in length. The plan and specificati..ns can
be seen at the Commissioners Cffice.
ALEX. KNOX, Jr.
MOliD. CHILGO rE, Ccmr's
JOHN F. MILLER,
Commissioners' Office, Hun
tingdon, Feb. 13, 1845. 5
THE undersigned, auditor appointed by
the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county,
to distribute the assets in the hands of Geo.
B. Young, Esq., whin. of Mary Fisher, late
of the borough of Alexandria dec'd., to
and among the creditors of said deceased,
hereby gives notice to all interested, that
he will attend for that purpose at his office
in Huntingdon, on Friday, the 21st day of
March next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.. when and
where all persons having claims arc reques
ted to present them.
February 12, 1845. Auditor.
THE undersigned, auditor 'appointed by
the Orphans' Court of 11 untingdon county,
to apportion and distribute the assets in the
haLds of John Kerr, ex'r. of Levi West
brook, late of Walker townshi?, deceased,
0 and amongst the creditors of said dec'd.,
hereby gives notice to all persons interested
that he will attend for that purpose at his
office, in Huntingdon, on Friday the 21st of
March next, at 1 o'clock, P. Ms, of which,
all persons having claims against said estate
are requested to take notice.
Fdbruary 12, 1895. Auditor.
Tue undersigned, auditor appointed by
the court of common pleas of Huntingdon
county to approprtate the moneys arrising
from the Sheriff's Sale of the real estate of
Daniel K. Kamey, hereby gives notice to all
persons interested in said appropriation that
he will attend for that purpose at his office
in Huntingdon, on Saturday the 22d day of
March next, at 1 0'c10ck,?,m,...
GEORGE 'TAYLOR, ~
February 12, 1845. Auditor,
Estate of Zosiah Clossin, late of
Antes ImenNhip, dec'tl.
irSt, OTICE is hereby gh;en that lettersof
administration upon the said estate
have been granted to the undersigned. All
petsons having blaims or deMands against
the same are requested to make them known
without delay, and all persons indebted to
make immediate payment to
WILLIAM P. DYSART, 5 Adm'rs.
February 12, 1895.
Estate of Latereaie &taupe,
Late of Cass township, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that letters of ad
ministration upon the said estatt hate been
gratted to the undersiglied. All persons
having claims or demands against the same
are reqoe.ted to make them known without
delay, and all persons indebted to snake im
mediate payment to
CALEB SiI 7 OOPE, .4der.
Jan. 22, 1845.-6 t. C u ss tp.
THE undersigned auditor, appointed by
the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county,
to apportion and distribute the assets in the
hands of Isaac Neff, administrator of
Wilson, late of West towhship, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will attend for
that pyrpose, at the office of S. S. Wharton,
Esti:, in the borotiAh of Hunting&n, on Sat
urday the Ist day of March next, at 1 o'-
clobk Pt M. , when and where all persons
having claims againt.t the sane are required
to make them known, or he debarred from
coining in for a share of said assets—of which
all persons interested will take notice.
, JACOB MILLER, Auditor,
Feb. Sth 1845-4 t.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.--Has removed to
Huntingdon, with the intention of making it
the place of his future residence, and will
attend to such legal business as may he en
trusted to him. Dec. 20, 1843.
BLANK DEEDS, of' an imp:Ned
form, for sale at this office:
LIST OF JURORS
For on A'ouriud Court of Common Pleas
SI be held at Huntingdon, in and for !hi
Cuuniy of Bunting; don, on the second
Monday and 10th day if March, A. D.
1845, viz ;L
TRAVERSE JURORS.,nairr wNsx. ,
Albright John, Curd watn,r,
Aoteigh Peter, Blat ksmith,
Alexander James, Farmer, Barite.
Burley Jacob, ' Carpenter Snyder.
Cumming 'lhotnas, Fat mer, Morris.
Craine Evan, du. Antes.
Cook Miles, do. 'Todd.
Cunningham Robinson,do West.
Carman James, Jr., Constable, Bairee.
Dysart Joseph, Farmer, Franklin.
Douglass Jul.n . du Shirley. •
Decker John, Jr., du Henderson.
Eicholtz Charles, do Woodberry.
Fleck Conrad, Constable, Tyrone. .
Fiiilley Samuel, Butcher, Henderson.
Grafius Israel, linnet., Porter, . .
Green Nathan Wt Constable, Warliorml
Hanish John, Jr., Farmer, Morris.
Puover Christian, du Huston.
ampson Evans; do Henderson.
ines John P. Printer, Blair.
Keller John, [of M) Fanner, Morrib
Leeport John, Wagonmaker, Frarldni.
M'Farland Archibald, Farmer, Snyder.
Miller Henry W. Clerk, Henderson.
111'Neal Hugh, Itunitraster,
Nash Daniel G. Laborer, Henderson.
Robeson Samuel, Tanner, Allegheny.
Smith Jost ph, Farmer, Dublin.
Stitt Alexander, Tanner, Porter.
Suter John, Farmer, Woodberry.
Trout John, do Antes.
Trout Joseph, do • do.
Templeton James, Chairmaker, Shirley.
Yocum James; Blacksmith, Porter.
Yocum John, Jr. Fainter, Walker.
TRAVERSE JURORS.—ascoso wars.
Bollinger John, Farmer, Springfield tp.
Boushlough Michael H. Merchant, Blair.
Buoltalian Alexander, Farmer, do
Copely John, Blacksmith, Warriorsinark.
Cromwell T. P. Jus. Peace, CrOMWell.
Cunningham David, Farmer, Hen der son.
Carothers Alexander, do Morris.
Dripkle Henry, Carpenter, West.
Estep Thomag W. Collier, Snyder.
Edwards Jams, Farmer, Tod.
Forrest Joseph, Innkeeper, Hende teen.
Gwin Edward, Carpenter,
Hagerty Augustine, Farmer, Antes.
Huston Thomas, do Barree.
Hudson George B. do Springfield.
Hall Adam, Clerk, Henderson.
Igow James, Farmer, Antes.
Ingram John, du Franklih.
Lee Henry, . do Barree.
Leech John M. Millwright, do.
M'Crtuken Henry, Pat me r, West.
Myerly SolcMon, Far Mer, Cass.
Moore Jesse, Jr. do Franllstown.
Morrison NiViLiarit, do, Shirley.
Moore Thomas 11, Merthant,
Paths William, Farmer, Casio:
Roller Joshua, do Woos berry.
Iti3dle John B. do Frahkstown.
Reed Joseph, Chairmaker, Blair.
Stitt Robert, Gentleman, Henderson.
Stryker John, Farmer, Vest.
Stonebraker David R. Farmer, FraLklin.
Shultz James L. Manager, Snyder.
Warefield Adam, Blacksmith, Hendersor,
VVertz Solomon, Farmer, Blair.
Wilson William, Blacksmith, Ante&
FRENCH BURR MILL STONES,
4 .07 r HE subscriber continues to manufac
ture, in Harrisburg, Frehch Burrs of
all sizt.s, and of the very best quality, much
cheaper titan ever, and on very tavornble
Letters addressed to him will receive the
same prompt attention as if personal appli
cation were 'node.
W. IL KEPNER.
Feb. 5,1845.-9 mo.
Mill possession to be given on the Ist day
or Ain it next,
The Big Meadows Farm,
,Aughwick creik , six milts above
st,irleyAborg, and now in the posstssion of
button Lane and John Ramsey.
This farm will be let on favorable terms
to the tenants. There is a large quadtity of
cleared laud on the faun.
J. G. MILES
_ in Huntingdon,
Attorney for S. L. Keene,
Adger with the will an
nexed of Julio Ltikens,
Feb. sth 1845,
Estate of BENJAMIN CORBIN,
Late of Ma townekip. dec'd,
. . .
Notice is hereby given that letters of ad,
minstration upon the said estate have be. h
gtiVed, to the undersigned. All pei*tis
having, claims or demands against the same
are recluested to make them known without
delay, and all perkins Ihdebted to make im
mediate payment to
JAMES sArro'N"; Jr., Adm'r,
Feb. 5,1845-6 t.
Valuable Farm for Sale,
[IN BEDFORD COUNTY. j
Tits, subscriber offers for sale at private
sale one of the best farms in Bedford county.
Said farni is situated on Bobs creek. half a
mile from St. Clairville, 10 miles from Bed
ford, and 22 miles front Hollidaysburg.—
The farm contains
(z)er, dra.ccoa-cswas e
all bottom laud, 75 acres are cleared! and
under fence. The improvements arca good
two Story frame
and stable. There is c,n the premises an
orchard of excellent fruit. If application
be made immediately the above valuable
farm may be had for $3OOO.
Jall. 29, 1845.-3 t.
Nu. 200 MARKET STREET,
(Above 6th Street)
BOARDING XI.OO PER DAY.
SWHE subscriber, thanklul for the libels!'
support of his friends and the public
geneially, respectfully inf.) ins thtto that lie
still continues ne the out established l
where We will be pleased to accommodate
allthose who favor hilt' wit It t heirpatronage.
ISTI It N BROWER.
Dec. 1.1, 131.2.—tf.
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CLOCK Lsmaitsit- .IPr
TIENT. Nu. 82, North' -pp
Third Street, near
C !terry ,Pitiiadelphia, a
wht re may b.: found •
the largest assortment
of Brass ( l.icks in the
United States, among which are year.meinth,
eieht d iy, thirty hour and cLccv.—
Abut, Wood Clot k 4.
CC"' Dealers will find it to their advantage
to give a call before porch Rhine elsewhere: ,
Looking. glasses manufactured.
No. 82, Third %Civet near
January 29, 1845.-3 m.
Watches, Silver Ware 4. Jewelry
James Peters & Co., ,
No. 105 N. 2d St.. corner of Elfreth't
J. P. &.Co. continue to:manufacture at their
Old stand, Silver Spoons, Spxtacles, Thim
bles &c. on as low terms as any other manu
factory in the city. The y have on hand an 4
keep constantly for sale, beside their owl
manufactures. Watches of all kiwis & prices ;
Silver Illire,Jezvefry & Fancy Goode,ni their
variety, which will be sold low.. Spectacle
Glasses fitted to all ages and sights, in Gold,
Silver, Germat. Silver and Steel Frames,
with convex, concave, perise, pic; blur;
grey and green glasses.
Watchim.kers supplied with all ne
cessary articles in their line, such as Tools,
Materials, Glasses &c. ,
0.. Watches repaired at short notice
and warranted to perform.
rr, Cash or exchange given for old Gold
Phi Fa., Dec. 11, 1844.-2 m.
FARM Fdlt old and well
ithprovrcl farm containing
with allowance, a large quantity of which is
cleared and under good fence. The improve;
menu are a large and convenient dwelling
house, Om story sifting house, barn and
other nut bitildings; with a beVer failing
spring of vOter tonvenient, and an c tchakd
of choice fruit. 7 here is also a good
with.abundance of lime stone and fuel.
This property is handsomely located on the
butt of %ugliwick creck, Shirley township,
fluntingdon county, and pokotesses many ad-
Vantages in point of locality. Being dnikant
from the borough of ShirleysbUrg [my two
miles from the canal three miles and p Half;
and iinmediately on the road from blurleirttl.!
burg, to Drake's ferry. There is alto a
first-rate merchant mill on the property
ALSO, $3 acres of woodland handsomely
located on Chesnut ridge, Shirley township;
Apply soon to the subscriber on the pre.
mises. LEWIS BERKsTRESSEIt.
January 15,1845 .
Orphans' Court Sale.
IN pursuance of an Order of the Orphans
Court of Huntingdon county, the underigned
ustees appointed to make sale of the real
estate of Jacob Kelt( e; late of Morris town ,
ship, in said county, dec'd., will expoLe tat
sale by public vendue, on
Monday the 3rd day of March nest,
at 1 o'clock, P. M., on the premises, tho
plantation and tract of lane on which said
deceased in his lifetime resided, situate io
the said township and county, aloioing
lands of Hugh Fergus on the west,
William Walters and a small lot sold to the
lichod Directors, on the south, of Geotgl ;
Henry & David Keller on the east, anti of
Henry S. Spang on the notch, containing
Ma CD adas• .
and 72 perches, or thereabouts, of which
about 150 are cleared upland and l 0 of mea
dow, haiing a two story log house, frame
bank barn, a small frame house, and an ap
ple orchard thereon. The 'said tract is of
the best quality of land, pleasantly situgqttd.
being but a short distance from IVaterstreet;
on he Turnpik e road.
TEnnts CF SALF..—Use third of the par
chase money to be pail stn the confirmation
of the sale, and the. residue at and immedi
ately after the death of Catharine Kellar,
Widoiv of said deceased, the interest of this
third to be paid to the said widow annually
dining her, life ;—the w ht le to be secured by
the bonds and mortvaer 0 the plrehaser.
JOHN KEI.LER. (of Jacob.)
Jan. 22,1845. Trustees.
CAU persons are ,h,ereby
cautioned and forewarned not to Avv
sell, or in,any way meddle with tlt follow
ing iiioperty, which I purchased a Consta
bles Sale, on Saturday the 18th o ,lanuary
inst.,.as the property of Abrahain Kurts, of
Walker township, and hit in the possession
of said Kurts till convenient to remove t h e
same, io wit : _
One horse, one pow, two ploughs, one
harrow, to scts of horse gears. one grain
cradle, one mowing scythe and used.
Jail. 1 , 18 (5.--3t. pd.
CaBLVET toed ellatit
Old stand, opposite Gee. Licks, n's
:Ix} AS now on hand and still continues to
siallmanufacture the most splendid ass.al
ment of elegant Furniture and Cltirs..&c.
ever effered for sale in the botch of Hun
tingdon, embracing almost eseyy article in
the above line ' • which in point 61 dtkability,
workmanship, fashionable style of pattern,
and fine finish, will comfrare With similar
articles manufactured in any portion of the
county all of which
sell at vei'y reduced prices for cash ur
proved cOhntry produce, or on time to punc
Hotels, private dwellings. &c. ftilished
to order at the shortest,possilile unlit e.
House, sign, and fancy painting done on
the Most reasonable terms.
, N. B.—Co ffi ns made for the cit i zens
We borough, at the shortest under.
Huntingdon, Ott. 16, 1 844.—tf.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Attends to practice in the Orphans' Court
Sec.—Office in Dill stfeel; 3 (km a East ut
T. head's Drug stae..
Feb. 28, 1844.
LThTICAS! Blanks of all kint% tor stile
1,0 ..t thi). (Afttr.