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From the Baltimore American.
Itlr. I'oli and a ''ccolad 'rental.
A l w'riter styling himself.. A Republi
can of '98," published a communication
tosolong since in the Itichniond Enquirer,
suggesting that if the rival aspirants for
the succession among the Folk party did
nut tip their quarrellings and give over
their : intrigues, the President himself,
Polk the invincible, would enter the lists
fns anuther term and push them all from
tha track. Now the " Union" fell into
great tribulation at the appearance of this
manifests?, and at the continents of the
Whig press upon it —fur the Union had
declared over and liver again that Mr.
Polk would not, upon any consideration,
consent to be 0 candidate for re•electiuo.
The tt Republican of '99" appears again,
and this time in the Unain itself, lie
now explains the reasons with Is induced
him to write the first article, which he
says the Prestilent had nothing to du with
nor had any member of Cabinet, " I
helieved I saw," he remarks, " much
danger of strife in our ranks obeli t men,
and men only, and that it would not only
b e fatal 1 0 n u e effssrts in the election of
1948, but be the means of breaking clown
the administration before the close of the
next session of Congress."
lie refers to the electionof 1844, and
to the wonderful escape of the party from
the tt vortex of th,kcnril" at that time.—
Mr. Polk came then to the rescue; . why
shoiild he nit b.! called upon to do it again
if there should be occasion ? "Thecrisis"
he says, differedonly hi the degree
and I could ant concur in the sentiment
which rejected any means that might be
available or nece.sin v to effict the same
e4ult in 1848. The friends uroth , r gen
tlemen were not only preparing fur battik.,
one against the other, but had commenced
hostilities against the President himself.
It was necessary to arouse the republican
party at mice, while the evil was in a man
ageable ftwm, and to indicate the mean•
of quieting the discontent.; anti they
were the same whirl' formerly hail healed
them. 1 warned them that these means
would lie again it hand, and that the. pen•
ple would Vlllpiny them attain if their dia•
fl . n.ions made it neecceary."
Ile, then is the explanation of the
Republican of '08" fur his first intima•'
lion of the possibility that Mr. Polk
Inivltt he called on to run for another term.
'The Union, in publ jolting this explanation,
Alowever, persi it 4 in repudiating the idea
ilAt Mr. Polk is to he again a candidate.
its denial now takes the form of an
individual protest merely. For one,
therefore," says the ()Moo, i‘ we protest
against the use of Mr. Polk's name fur a
secopil term." . _
•• .It is quite apparent (is it not?) that if
`Mr. Polk should come out for a re.elec
tion it will be for the trike of preserving,
•barnumy in the party and sorely against
,his own wishes. II they will "buckle -
fortune on his back" how can he help it . ?
Will he nut be penetrable to their kind
, entreaties? The Union will be ready to
tear witness that the poly " would have
;it set." It may appeal to its own individ
mil protest. The thing can be managed
bar readers will, no doubt, notice the
innocent confession of the '9B Republican
as-to the troubles and rivalries and dis
lontents among Mr. Polk's freittds, and
111 not fail to contrast the name with the
Onion's brave outgivings of the perfect
harmony and serene confidence prevailing
in the ranks of the party. The Alan of
'9B" sees, or thinks that he seen some ve•
'fy ominous symptoms of diitord and din.
session---such an may riot only be fn tat to
the , election of 1848, but he the means
of breaking down the administration be-
fore the clone of the next session of Con•
gross." The Union, shutting both ryes,
seen nothing of all nothing to cau se
alat'm or to 'wire distrust. One tieholds
the rival aspirants not only preparing
for bait Fe one against another," but they
• had commenced hostilities against the
Tll.l official paper,
width ou;lit to know,
flee. ares that there never was a more har
monious Cabinet, and that nothing could
disturb the peace and concord of the par
The truth is, we suspect, that the un• •
limbed fur elevansm of so obscure a man
as Mr. MC hay excited ambitious aspi
rations in the bosoms of many patriotic
rotarios ut Locollcoism, who, under other
circumstances won'd not have but she
varsity and ps esumption to think of the
Presidency as a thing for them 7 But if
Mr. Polk could get it of y not they
he is fit kr that office, they, considering
•themselves in all respects equal to him or
superior, can see no reason why they
wools! .not make very good Presidents.
Taking Mr. Polk's grade as a stales.
man before his nomination last yens, how
many men wore these in public life who
stood as high us he In tespect to abilit)
and experience 7 When the estimate of
this 'somber Is made some basis may be
futind fur a ealculatiun as to the. number
who think it no unreasonable ambition in
them to aspire to the Ptesidency keeping
in sieve at the same time tie fact that
these aspirants are the judges tat their
own worth and pretensions.
"The Pennsylvania Repos-lir mid Hone
Jourm.l.---1. 11. 1)11.1.,Eit having rectaitly
purchased the interebt of his late panne,.
iti the Home Joao nal, intends to remove
the establishment to Ilarrisborg, Where
the paper hereafter will be published,
der the title of the Pennsylvania Iteportet
and Home Journal. It will be deirrocrat
it; in its character, and auatain all the
great measures of that party, the inde
pendent treasury , individual liability,
submissitnt of the minority of the party
to the clearly expressed will of the Ma
jority, &c. It w ill he published twice a
week eluting the session of the Legisla
tare, and once a week the remainder id
Kr The above paragraph, which we
cut from the Philadelphia Ledger currub
mates the statement which we tia•e seen
in tither papers, that Gov. Shank tad his
tel are discontented with the U n ion
and the Argus•—the locolueo journals now
published at Harrisburg—nod are deter-
Jawed to have a more congenial orgaii.-•-
Th e p, ; pers Is,t.mentioneti both retused,
for reasons which we can only guess at,
to join itt denouncing Gtai. Cameron and
the Locufoco nietn;:ers of the Legislature
who suppor!ed Ids ele t ,liun as U. S. Seli•
atm. ; and they have,alsnefrespeciaqy the
Uniuti-••conie out bolills and onctitopio ,
misitialv in favor of the Tara of 1542.,
and against it, repeal or dratruction. Fur
these rea , tins they are obnoxious to Shank, '
Miller, Cliamptirys and that clique who
are an blind as to lose their way toe MO'
meat the rush-light of caucus is with
drawn, and having no vitality of princi ,
ple, are only tonvtil by machinery of par
ty. They are therefore determined to
provide themselves with an organ as pur
blind as themselves, wearing such locolo•
to goggles :Is the Sub-treti,uly, inilitidaal
'liability, the omnipotence of c,,ttetis, LS.c.;
and they will labor to make all tht.ir co-
partisans luuk Omagh the same obscure
medium. Pertitaylvatiians, had better be
wide awake or they will be treated like
the fellow's horse who was deceived into
eating shavings for hay by having a pair
nt green gasses fastened over his ryea e•-
They will lose all their substantial titter
esta by the destruction of the Tara. if
they are verdant enough to be imposed up
on he this new orga of the old hunkers.
York Republican. n
" Alme."--The new State of
Florida has adopted a banner o n whi c h
the above words are emblazoned ; and the
new Governor, Mosely,aildresses his dem
ocratic brethren of the Legislature a :nes
sage in which the doctrine of Nullifica
tion—or, in the smoother cant, Slate
interposition""—is mast un•lptivocally as
serted as matter of established law---a
part of the unwritten Constitution of the
count r y; Indeed, tie very coon) gives
notice that it tint Tarilr is not promptly
overhaul e d AVIS, CO down tollie Revenue
standard, Florida will nullify and demol
ish it. Rather a modest beginning-, it
•strikes us, for 'hi' yHUU2,,t and rePhleSt
State of the Union. * *
At last we have been bullied into ad
mitting Vim ida as a State, though she has
not near the imputation requisite to entitle•
- her to admission. Der entire vote at the
late excited Election was less titan half
that of many a Congressional District in
ibis and other Free States. And her eon.
stitotion contains 71 ChM! making Slavery
perpetual and forbidding the Legislature
the rir,lit to repeal it, which ought never
to have passed the House of .Represent.
Such are the circumstances under
which Florida was "annexed" to us,
and now comet into the Union. There
is no honest workingman, throue,h the : last
twenty-years, in the land, who bas not
performed live or six hard days labor, on•
recompensed, for the benegt of Florida.
" Let us alone," Pay you ? Good faith !
Yes ; " with all the pleasure in life
How we do wish yon had said that thirty
years ago and stuck to it !--N. Y. Trib.
The Mormon Temple has herrtOfore
been the pretext under which the irtipte ,
tor priests have extorted limn their faiint.:
icel followers, contribution■ 01 money,
property and labor. The temple is now
floi.tied, nod it is said that the great hotel,
the Nauvon Muse, is hereafter to be the
ohjort of their &woad,. t n the body of
" ADVICE TO POETS."
Under this head our cotemporar . y of the
Zatirsv.lle Gazette discourses as fol•
Every editor in the course of his expe
rience, has rrceiveo innumerable letters
requesting the insertion of verses in hie
paper. A ti:eie young gentleman falls hi
love. Ile has found in the course of his
poetical reading, that mountain rhymes
with 14411,00 in, breeze with trees, love with
dove, uud blisses with kisses. ile imme
diately ,its down and strings them togeth
er in a jingling sett of rhyme anti posts
them off to your I our cent •calculsting rel.
itor to be laid before the piddle. Again,
a sentitnental young lady t ecei yes a flow.
er Irmo an equally sentimental young gen
denier'. She'seizes a delicate crow quill,
and proceeds, on ruse-scented paper, to
Manny the world, or in other words, those
persona who are better known as Tun),
Dirk and harry, of the blissful limns in
..rented 1,41 wern, and of the odor to noses
From baslitul roses anti-drooping posies.—
Now see what a file we are piaceil iF/
Suppose we decline. The. lair lady takes
up our pa per and unfolds its (lamp (eaves
with her delicate little lingers, sad her
heart pslpitating, expecting to see her ver
se* in fall, accompanied with the request
ut future favors. Bitt alas 1 they are
not to Ire found, She throws it down
sweeps no it with leer pretty little loot,
and exclaims; "d r whist a cola-blooded
wretch that editor is. Ito can't appreci
ate feeling or sentiment." Oa the other
hand,- suppose we insert them, with a flit
tering notice. Here is farmer Price, in
the country, one of your plait'', practical,
men. Il e returns home after a hard day's
reaping. The piper has arrived, and he
wisher to ascertain the quotations of pork
l iaises , &c. Il ls w il e hands him his.specks
---lie wipes 'them carefully—places them
astride ..f her ewie—draws the candle
near him, and deliberately opens its am
ple folds. ks his eye ranges deliberately
up stout down its columns, it fulls 1.11
" Lines to —"—" Pshaw :" rays lie,
" what rt lackadaisical fellOw that editor
is.) wish they would got a man of sense."
Now, we li - ave a word of advice to give
to tiles:. rhyme•inmiufacturers. Mr. Hor
ace, who lived about the year 1 —we
mean of the Christian era—recommended
to poets to keep their
. verses nine years ;
we would suggest
,fifty ; and Weil, if they
thought them goou; publish.
• We have also at word to say as to the
mode of composition. %Viten one of these
nice young gentlemen, with nowlng kicks
am; darkly-rolling eye, I,o s th e divine
a ft h t t ,, noon hints--let him go (milt be•
Heath the i • - 'en sky—let him behold the
111( . 11 a, like ' r i g a full 'abed and cloudless
from the chambers a . !he east—and watch
the stars--those sentinels Z'l heaven—as .
they start one by one. from their fitstapt
habit atioits,to perfo in their nightly rounds.
Let the breez.e, wafted o'er beds of flow
ers, kiss his fevered brow. Let the lour
louring rill, gliding at his feet, or the deep.
'noodled baying of the trusty dog, heard '1
front afar, salute his ravished ears.--
hilst under the influence of feelings
thus produced, let him retire to his cham
ber and pour forth his thoughts in verse.
Then we would advise him to pull f his
pantal:,ool, and go to bed.
Thus, we get the raw material, as poli
tical econotnists say ; now for the rrfinint
process; Take the verses thus thrown off,
see that the rythem is pi, feet, that the
rhymes correspond, and that the most ap
propriate words are used in the most ap
propriate places. Copy them i 3 a fair
legible hand; dot your i-s and cross your
t-s. Next, fold the piper carefully —seal
it—direct it—and—now comes the grand
climax—throw it in the fire.
Cud, Ethan Allen, the hero of Ticondet;-
ogs, thought brave and honored patriot,
was an avowed deist. Ile wrote several
works agoinst'Ehristianity, one of which
was profanely entitled t. Allen's Bible,"
he caused the ruin of many n young man;
impatient of religious restraint.
While seated in his quiet home, glory
in: in the independence lie had so bravely
contributed to procure, and exulting still
more in Ins imagined triumphs over reli
gion, he was suddenly called to the death
bed of a tenderly beloved child. Site
Lad been well instructed by her mother,
in the principles and duties of revealed
religion ; and itt this trying hour it attn.-
ded her, not inertly consolation, but tri•
. . . .
l'ather, whom she had ever
regarded with respect and warm olfaction
arrived, and was bent inn over her couch,
'she threw her arms around his neck, and
with a look of unutterable kindness said
—"Father, I am me,—shall
I go into eternity, believing your anti
monis, or what my mother has taught
The veteran whom no argument had
ever ,h liken, who had stand unmoved in
thebattle field, aiirprvied by her heaven
ly serenity and conlidenee, tremblingly
replied At v daughter, my dying (Liu gli•
ter, believe a•lmt your anther has taught
I 10V UtterittAy worlbleaa, at that mu.
rrient, moat have appeared all'hiq bniiatecl
reasoning 'tritium a religion, which could
thug giie victuiy in death, by bringing
life and lima - 01.604Y to" ligSt And who
in 'such circtititmancea*, would not say
.‘ let we die the d'e:ttli or the righteous 7"
CIRCULAR Suture are now to take the pine° of
the muth abused "bustle•" 'lke bet mentioned
article without doubt hoe been till eftuli of a great
number of epinal complaintti—re eome of our phy-
Meeting of Shire holders,--•-At Port
Tobacco, Charles county, Mil., a large
meeting of citizens was held on Friday
last to consider what measures Here most
likely to put a stop to the elopement of
their blares, the recent gang arrested in
Montgomery county, being owned in that
vicinity. A preamble and aeries reso
lutions were adopted recommending the
appointment of an adtlitional police, and
the watchful care of their waster.. Votes
of thanks wrie tendered to the citizens al
Rockville fur their promp,ness and earl ,
gy, and all tree negrnes, were notified that
their presence nollll not be tolerated
within. the limits ol that county after the
first of December , ext, the meeting pledg
ing itself to petrlinse all their 1 utterly at
Gar prieVFN liiiiistePs of the Gnarl are here
after positively ',inhibited from holding
night eneetinga,for the attetotance nt.slaves
who are not to be allowed to leave their
quarters after dark, on any account, n ith
out a pass fling their masters. Religious
instruction during the 'lay in nor p on hib•
ittd, pro% iilei; line Or mote their
tera should be present; unit the employ•
meat free tiegroes--ath igleng land
ings hereafter will Lett lie alTnWeil. Funds
wore raised to secure the eillorcement of
these resolves, and the meeting empower
ed the President In call them together
again at any time that lie may deem such
a coat se necessary. A coin mitte was 111-
st appointed to endeavor in precut e from
the Legislature additional legislation
the protection of their property and cif it
11 omen, the best Nursed. -Dr. Northall,
of Brooklyn, L. 1., has lately made a visit
to the Stale prison, at Sing Sing, and has
contributed to the Advertiser, of his own
city, it lengthy accoont of what he saw
there. Amongst his personal observations
he states that the sick are retentled alto
together by - Judea, remarking, that in his
opinion such arrangement is wrong.--
"No nun," he feelingly says, "we care
not how well disposed, can minister to the
sick like a woman—n(omnd however del
icate the touch, can sinnothe the pillow
like 11,9'1•—tin voice, however soft, is such
mosie to a sick man's ears--no balm so
healing il5 the suit comfort of her welds.
When sickness lays its heavy hind upon
the convict, his chains shoot d tall from his
body crime be forgotten in his suffer
ing, for we know not how near he may be
to the presence of a Being, all mercy,
and we would not have his trottbhal spir
it go laden from earth with the remem
brance of neglect and cruelty. Vs have
enough to answer for, without such testi
mony as this to plead against us."
c "pay for Healing the Pacr."—
Iteatly and anxious as our Government
has been to pny every claim that Texas
preferred, there Mete, it seems, a few
cuerlooked doting the IYashingtott
11Cgotieion. These were recently brought
to the consideration of our charge, Mr.
n ori th„ n, b y p re a:leut Junes. Among
them are the expenses at tent!'int the Elec
'inn of Delegates and the expenteo :r! the
Convention, which was elected and met
to ratify the Treaty of Annexation. Mr.
DOnelst.o of course assures President
Jones that this will be attended to at
Washington ; that we are so anxious to
marry Texas that we not only take her
dowerless .but in debt, and pay the bri
dal expenses. All this might be endured
if we were marrying into a decent family
—if our betrothed were either beautiful,
accomplished ; virtuous, or hall white.--
To drop the metaphor, we take 'Texas
with her travelling expenses, board, and
julep 'Ails. If there are ally other forgot
ten items--any charge for washing, "mend.
ing pat.taloons," &c., bring them on.
Tbe National Treasotv is open to any and
all demands madras the price a 'Fen,
Ann,. xa lion.— Evening Journal.
COL. WALLACE, areformed drunkaml
and for twenty years a nit tuber of the Phil
adelphia Bar, will lecture on the subject of
Temperance, to Huntingdon County, at the
following places, in the evening, via
Smlsburg, 18th ot August,
M.inot 11111, 19, Of
Petersburg, 20, "
lluntiurdon, 21, "
Mill t;ret k, 22,
Shirlevsburg, 23, '" Shade . Oap, 25,
(hilis.,nia, 26, 41
Cassyille, 27. • "
McConnelstown, 28 4 '
Alexandria. 29. 'I •
\Vaterstreet, 30, "
Birmingham, Ist of September.:
Clomin Forges, 3,
Hollidaysburg. 8, a, "
lienrysburg, 10, 61
There will be a collection take' up to de
fray the expenses of the Col. which is all he
asks for his services.
111 1 .14/11( SMITH manufactures Rna in ,
all times prepared to furnisti every variety
for cash or country pin,
duce. Apply at his shop a feW docirs west
of the old court House.
lluutingdon, Judy 16 0 1845,
Take Xol ice.
, . . .
The gentleman who borrowed two shot.'
cushions frorri. Me shout two months ago or
upvinrds, willpleaS s e bring them horse with
out flirther (May and :MVP costs.
Huntingdon, July 15, 1845.
LANK BONDS to Constables for Stay
garyl of Execution. 'Limier the new law, just
printed, and for sale, at this office.
No Tic E is het eby given to p!,(15
concerned, that the following main d per
sons have settled their accounts in the He
gistet's Oilier at 11 tint ingdon, ;nut that the
said accounts will he prese,uted titrcrititirma
tion and ill waime lit kit Orphans'.:suit to
he held . at auntingrion, in twit f o r t ,
tv of iluntitsgdon, 1,11 NV( ditesdny the Ilth
&iv et. August next,
1. William Templeton. surviving executqr of
,john Templeton, late of 'l'3 rime township, deed,
Arniltrong CrAwford, acting executor of hintrir
Templetci, deed, another executor of the said juin)
2. Abraham flick and Axeriith Asekett, exerts-
tars of itlamuel Bpdongle',. lite of Warriortimark
3, Joao Skylcs, administrtior of the estate of
wiiiimo Bitter, late of llopenell folyriship, tired.
4. Alexander fieott, executor of %Mini Scott,
late o f Tell township, deed.
5. John Gliercti, guardian of Levi Gosnell..roloY,
Gosnell and Vl'llson Gosnetl, minor children of
Joshua Gomel!, late of Union township, dee'd.
6. Lewis Hopkins and Hobert Fleming, admin
istrators of the Attains of Benjamin Hopkins, late or.
Antes township, deed.
7. Stmeph Reed, administrator of the estate mi.:
Henry Dearment, fate of the borough of PeterAurg,
8. Th-omns E. Orbison, administrator of the es
of John Flasher, late of Cromwell township,
deed. • I
U. Henry MHer, excreter of Martha Ker,lato of
10. Jame McNeal, nilmitriatrator of Eve Gomel,
late nfToiltowntrhip t deed.
11. Isaac Taylor, PI Iniiiii.trater of the .idynke of
Barton De Forrest, hits of Tod townelliv, deed..
12. Alexander L. Holliday, earninistrartor,of the
estate of Robert Lowry, lute of the borough of Hol
13. Joseph 11. Robison, administrator of the °store
of Thomas Jones Cadwallader, late of the borough
of Hollidaysburg. deed.
14. John P. Snare, administrator of the estate of
Nicodemus Benson, late of Tod township, deed.
15. James Mci.nin. acting. executor of Samuel
McLain E lute of Toil townxhip. deed.
JOHN It EED, Register.
Register's Office, Hunting- Z
don, 12th July, A. 1). 1845. S
Notice Lit hereby given that the Pamphlet
Laws of the late Session of the Legislatnre
hare come to band and are ready for
button to tirof amone those entitled to receive
them. . ] A ME.' ti%EE.EL, Prothonotary.
July 9, 1845,
To School. Direclors.
'Packages for the several Boat•ds'of School
Directors in the ci.onti have ht•rii received
at this t tlice. By ' , Her of Commr's
W. S• AFRICA, Clerk.
Huntingdon July 9, 1844.
The undersigned, auditor appointed by
the Orphans' CiAirt ot Huntingdon county,
to apportion the assets in the hands of Hi
ram Williamson and Samuel Mill et., 4d
ministrators be boniv nor with the will an
nexed, of Nicholas Grath's, late of West
township, dec'd, hereby gives notice to all
persons interested, that he wilt attend for
that purpose at the Treasurer's cffice in the
borough of Huntingdon, on Friday the Bth
day of August next, at 1 o'clock P. M.
Ally 9, 1845.
Estilts of ISRAEL CRUMMItTIate
of Ifoiiter township dec'd.
All persons indebted to the Estate of Is ,
mei (.cyder late of Vorfer township in the
county of Funtingdon deed a;'e I eftSy no
tified to make immediate payment,' If3letiall
persons having claims against said rqtate
are requested to present the smite properly
authenticated to the undersi7ned residing
in Porter township, to whom letters t,sta
mentary have been granted on said Estate.
DANIEL C HYD Ell. I
GEORGE S. CR YllEll 5 Exe
July 2. 1845-6 t
Estate of JAMES ORR, late of
Crorne,3l lowndzip, dee'd
Notice is hereby gi'ven that letters of ad
ministration upon the said ettate hare Um
granted to the undersigned. All persons
having claims or demands against the same
are impiested to make them known wilhopt
delay, and all persons indebted to make fiit
mediate payment to
Huntingdori laly g 1845.
ir. Z. 21.—Hoitszir,
HAVING removed from V?illtamsburg to
Huntingdon. would inform the community
that he designs to continue the prKtice of
medicine, at d will be thankful for their pat
romige, Residence and office formerly oc-
Opted by 12. Allison, Esq.
N. R. Haring been successful in accom
plishing the, Ore of a number of cancers,
(lor which vouchers can be had if required)
he feels confide:it of :access in the most ob
stinate cases, and shoti:d he fail in curing no
,charge will be made.-
Huntigdon, April 23,
All perliais indebted to the late firm of
Moore & Steiner are rtqueSted to calf and
settle their accounts on or before the first of
Septembet next :" as he death of one of the
partners, and the expiration of the term of
partnership, make it nciciAsary to close the
affairs of said firm iriimedirely. All the
books and papers are.ut the hands of the
subicriber—surviving partner. • • •
GEORGE H. STEIN tit.'
Wie.erstreet, July 1, 1E45.
B. The sqbsctiber, thankful for' past
ravors, would infoon his ski customers, and
the public in r,Taerid that. he stiil continues
the business at the a'arne place : and has
now on hand a large assortment of Dry
Goods, Groeet les; Hard Ware, Queensware,
Shoes, Boots, Etc.' Bcc.., which he will sell
at the lowest price for cash, or in exchange
for all kinds of Grain and Catintr,ypraidoce.
G. H. S.
di.. W. BENEDICT,
at his old . r esidence in Main
street, a few dears ‘Vest of the
Iriuse. A: \V. It. will attend to any bu-
SillCtii t him in the
caurt,uf IlUilt.l.llp.l ill ;Ind :1,1 . 11) . 11111N (Amu-
Nylwreas the ontlessighell bus been np
. the ('neit nt 11,11111: on Pleat.
of MinimOlot tuunty, :7'wtpiestiater of
the life eNlilir to r s. ,•i.
anti to certain teal esta;e in the •.oI
e punty, ity iirtne ”hetent he will
to sale at the Otoirt ifouae in the Hit,
of Ilootiit~dtin tpi l'ieilne:olay the
day 14Atisti.,t next, al lit n'elin k A. hi.,
all the right, title, and iitter . est, ol ii
Still riannit!l Aides Gle . eit, id', in, and to
the followiii7, ileicritteil real estate, k now
. name of the Barrie i'vrgepropeo, ,
ty,sittiate iq Porter anti \Vest tittehaliip,:
in the wanly of iluntitniiiti, (the same.
[wing the relate ih.y Saitittel .
Miles Green theren.)
A tract 1.1 land containing ahttt--
ieres, he the B:lnse more or ,s
I mi I e ,
on the .litlie Juniata River, climb-mt of
three adjoining survej,.*, two in the num.,
of Lii 15 , . 1 1.-I,l.itin, anti the (;1111.r it;
the name of Cii.or:t. 011116 by, havith: ;Motif
140 au - es climred . 'lira von, amt fiance
1 7 ..rge, %Olt trittt mill x
hirge weather board, tl. manutow hnPtve ,;
suw mill; a good batik barn, avid tt num
ber of buittlins for the use ol the I.'tti.,o
and firm hands, thereon erected.
• ALSO—Altact of laud adjoining the
shove cnntainina . shout f,43 :odes, survev
etl in (Ile mime of John (tea, there , - ;
on about 30 awes cleared and its good'
ALSO—A tract of land adjuining'il
atmte entitairo%; !thin' t 105 acre, survey %
in • the naive of Robert. Wilson having
about SO cleated, and a small log'
Imnie and stable thert
ALSO.—Two tracts of unseated
one thereof containing Sd . arres rye
in the'name llrertibury p‘fr:tey, and'
the Other conlninieg 46 acres in flit! Rue
of Eleazer ollister, I)lugoti the tulle
ALSO—Thr following thirteen tracts
of timbei r • boll situate tiorth-east from'
Barree Forge, on Tossey's mountain,'
Pine Ridge 4c.. •
One containing Aout 43F Aerds e
warrrant in name of Aquilia Green.
Ono containing about 402 Acrea aurveyed on a.
warrant in name of Nathaniel Green.
One containing about 401 Acre. surveyed on a
warrant in name of Sarah Green.
(nine eentaitiing about 407 Acres surveyed on a
warrant in the natnC d Edward unen. •
One containing about 403• Acres purveyed on a
warrant in name of Swab .rlreeri.
One rontaining , aloat, , loo Acres tilllVeyCli on a
warrant in name of Isaac Green. . .
One containing about 40 Acres surveyed on 4
warlord in mime of Charles Green.
One containing about 4P2 - iikrTs surveyed on t
warrant in name of Robert Irvin. . _
One containing about 400 Acres surveyed on a '
wrrant in name of Thorne* cr'rcen..
One containing about 40G Acres surveyed on
warrant in name of John Green.
One containing about 393 Acres surveyed on a
warren in nenlit,ol Abraham Green.
One conrantir4, anent 400 Aerie surveyed oa a
warrant in name of Path
One containing about 277 Acres eurveyed on a
warrant in name of Henry Green. .
- - .
' ALSO--the following tracts of Ailwaled land
silent() between the Little . dtinitita Niece and Wit
e ratreet, •
Ono containing 249 Army 87 perch. [limpid
on a warrant in name of Ann Brown.
One containing 408 Acres 8 perches eurreyed
on *errant in nanie of Mary yrown,
One cpretairfg, 420 Acres 62 perclica surveyed on
a wartaut in name of Elizabeth Brown. .
/ILBo—the following tract. of unseated hind
ituate.on Tuesey's Mountain, back of Johri
One containing about
. 485 Acres 152 percher
surveyed on a warrant in name of Andrew. Cane.
One containing about 446 Acres 112 perches
ruiveyed on a warrant in name of John Cepp.
One containing about 416 Acres 102 percher
surreyed on a warrant in name of Robert Irwin.
One containing about 70 Acres 50 perches sur
veyed on a warrant idnanie of g.. 13., Dorsey.
. AtStY,e trawl of land containing about 156
Acute situate in Diamond Valley, abotit 50 Acres
of which are cleared, with a house end barn there
on erected. This tract is known as the °Brewer
AI.BO--a tract of land containing 306 Acre.,
25 perches, surveyed on a warrant in the name of
Isrgel Fenningtott, or:which is the DORSEY ORE
BANX. eituate iti Warrioramark and Franklin
Al SO—ra tract of land containing 130 Acres
situate in Franklin Township, in the name, of Al
exander Ramsey, about 70 Acres of which are im
Term sof sale, cash. Attendance swill be given
JOIIN PORTER, Sequesfrator.
July' T 5, 1545.'
CHEAP FOR CASH.
wnot.EsAix AND HE FAIL
Boot, Shoe, and Cap Mere.'
swift. e t t,
No. 2t MARKET S"l
(bctlicen Front & Second Stn., North Side.)
PHIL A DELPUI A
'lnc suhsrrihrr 1185 an hand a large and
complete as ^rtnuut, of the above named'
articles, to which 1, respectfully invites the,
attention of the inhabitants of Huntingdon.
.of Mena, Boy's and,
Youth's Coarse \Vax, Kip, Calf :Ain, Seal
and ,Merocco 11001,'S and IMO(' ANS ~-
Laclies' Misses' and Children's Bongs and .
Shoes in all their varieties ; alto, Ladies`
and Gentlemen's CUM OVERSHOtS of
every kind, together a ith Menet: Boy's ant!
Children', CAPS of every.:.desciiption„
Persons will tied it tp their ad vantage,to
call and examine my stpdls hi fare pnt'elitt -
sing elsewhere, as.l .ant,sitlermined gn sill
at the LOWEST POSSIBLE CASI
SA Nil GOL6EY,
Philadelphia July, 2.4 ?143.
f,ANK BON DS- and cicp
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