Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, October 22, 1845, Image 4
SHERIFF'S SALES, Fil' virtue of an alias writ of Vendi-1 tioni .Exponas issued out of thei Cowl of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county, and to me directed, I will es pose to sale. at the Court House in Hunt tingdon, ob Monday the 10th day of No vember 1845, land from day to (lay until told] the following described property, viz . All the estate, right title, and interest, (not heretofore divested by Judicial Sale) , which were vested in, and owned by 'rho- , Inas McNainara,(nne of the defendants in said writ named) in the hereafter deaCri. bed lands and Real Estate, at the time of the attaching of the lien of the original Judgment on which this Execution was issued to wit —On the 22d day of Dec• ember A. D. 1840, said interest still bound by the lien of said Judgment, being alle ged to be the three undivided eighth parts of said lands and Real Estate, to wit: the three undivided eighth parts of the fol lowing described lands and Real Estate, and all the estate, right title, and interest, ol the said Thomas McNamara, in the said lands and Real Estate, which remain bound by the lien of the herein before stated Judgment, viz: No. 125 November Term 1840. in the Common Pleas of Hun tingdon County, that is to say A tract of land situate in Allegheny Township, on which the .4 Portage limn Works" are erected, containir ' r 151 acres 75 perches and allowance &c. bounden by the. Chi mney Ridge, and by lands now or late of Jacob Miller and others--Also another tract or piece of Ilnd, situate in said twp. containing 35* acres and allowance &c., bounded by lands of Robert McNamara and others—Alsd, another tract situate in said township, containing 70 acres and 88 perches and allowance ; bounded by lands now or formerly of Robert McNamara, Buchanan, McCulloch and others—Also, another piece or parcel of land situate in the said township, containing 1 acre, 3' roods and 18 perches, and allowance &c. bounded by the Turnpike and Portage Rail Roads, and by land now or late ol Francis Smith, and others-- Also another tract of land situate in said township, containing 3 acres and 98 perches ; boun ded by lands of Samuel Smith, and others —Also, another tract of land situate in said township, containing 107 acres and allowance, bounded by land now or lately claimed by Stephen Allbaugh, and others —Also, another tract of land situate in said township, containing 100 acres, and allowance &c.. bounded by land now or formerly of William Clossin, and others —Also, a certain o'her tract, situate in said township, lying on or near the old Gap Road, containing 400 acres, surveyed this name of Thomas Black—i Also, a certain °mei, chip, adjoining lands of David Mitchell cod Francis Smith, containing 3 acres more or less, thereon erected d one story lug house and frame kitchen—Also, a certain other tract situate in said town ship, containing 400 acres, surveyed in the name of Richard H annum—Also, a certain other tract of land situate in said township, surveyed in the name of Rich ert' M. Hannum, containing about 400 acres more or less—Also, 5 other tracts, situate in said township, one thereof con taining 400 acres 19 perches, surveyed in name the of Robert Black—one other thereof containing 384 acres, surveyed in the name of Christopher Black— another thereof containing 400 acres, surveyed in the name of John Hannum--anuther thereof containing 400 acres, surveyed in the name of Jonathan Hannum—and another thereof containing 438 acres and 96 perches, surveyed in the name of James Harris,—each surveyed on war• rants dated March 27th 1793,—A150, another tract situate in said township, containing 1 194 acres and allowance &c.; bounded now or late by Brubaker's land, and by lands of John Stoner, John Whit. atone and others--Also, another piece or parcel of land, situate in said township, containing about 3 acres and allowance &c.; bounded by lands late of John Shaffer on the west, Turnpike Road on the North, Rail Road on the South, and land late of Thomas Smith on the East, with a water privilige attached thereto-- and also any and all other lands, Real es tate, rights, liberties and priviliges at tached or belonging to the said Portage Iron Works. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of Thomas McNamara ALSO, All that tract, piece, or parcel of land situate in the township of Blair, in Hun- tingdon county, being the whole or that part of the tract of land purchased by the defendant from Francis Cassidy, lyin g on the East side of the Road Lading di• rect from Hollidaysbur. , to Leamer's Tavern, in Bedford . county, together with 43 acres of timber land to be Stricken off from the North Eastern corner of the land of defendant, lying on the ivert side of said Road, in such manner as to best ac• commodate each of the farms, containing in all 150 acres or thereabouts—the part lying on the east side of the Road is of good bottom land, cleared and cultivated, and contains 107 acres, and has a log Barn, a log dwelling house, and an or• chard thei;on. The said land adjoins the following described land as part and parcel of a hick it has heretofore been used: land of Peter Shoeriberger, Daniel Siters and others—Also, all the remaining part of the tract above mentioned, purcha• sed by the defendant from Francis Cas sidy, after taking therefrom the above de. scribed tract of 150 acres or thereabouts, which remaining part is supposed to con• I,sta 140 wet, be the same mere or less, about 150 acres of which are cleared and cultivated—said land is good tam land, and well cultivated, and is bounded by lands of Peter Cassidy and Samuel My• ers, the above described land, and other lands—having thereon erected a double log Barn, and a two story log dwelling house. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of John L. Ingram. ALSO, A tract, piece or parcel of land situate in the township of Shirley, in the county of Huntingdon, containing about one hundred acres, be the same more or les; bounded by lands of Jonathan Doyle, Ro bert Fields, Jacob Richert and the Juniata River. Supposed to be about 50 acres cleared; part of which is an island in said Juniata River, having thereon erected a log dwelling house and a log barn. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of David Johns, tlec'd. in the hadds Of Mary Johns his Adtnittis tratrix. xis°, That well known Tan Yard property formerly belonging to John Burket, situ ate near the town of Warriorsmark, in Warrioremark township, containing bout 4 acres of good meadow land, wit h a tan house, a bark mill, a two story plastered dwelling house, a number of tan vats, and a good well of water thereon. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of John Spanogle, Jr. Also, • An that Certain small piece or parcel of land sitttate in Allegheny toWnship, Huntingdon county, on the road leading from Allegheny Furnace to Hollidays burg, containing about two acres, be the same more or less; bounded by lands of Jacob Burkhart, John Kinsel's heirs, and Elias Baker—bring the same land con veyed by John Shaver, late Sheriff, by deed poll to Joseph S. P. Harris; at April term 1848, as the property late of John Lantz; laving thereon erected a Small weather boar ded or frame dwelling house and a small log stable. Seized, taken in execution, and to h'e sold as the property of Joseph S. ALSO, All that lot of ground fronting 60 feet on the north westerly side of the great road leading through the town of Sauls burg, in Barree township, Huntingdon county, and extending back in feet, Lountletl on the southwest by a lot of James Maguire, and on the northeast by a lot of Job Slack, said lot bring No. 9 in the plan of said town•; kaiing thereon erected a large two story plaistered dwel ling house and a frame stable. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of William M. Mar -1 ray ALSO, - - - All that tract, piece or parcel of land situate in Barren township, Huntingdon county, containing one hundred acres or thereabouts, about SO of which are cleared, adjoining lands of James Franks. Dits worth's heirs, Samuel Barr, and Broad Mountain; having a small hewrd log dwelling house, and a small log double bsrn, and a peach orchard thereon. Said land was formerly owned by James Alex ander, and was bought by defendant from said Alexander. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of SamUel DitsWorth. ALSO, - . A tract of land situate in the township of West, in Huntingdon county, bounded by lands of John Stryker, James Myron, William o.iks, Joseph Thompson, Wil liam Reed, Esq., and other land late of base Neff and others• ' containing 188 acres and 65 perches and allowance &c., be the same more or less, (die same being now in possession of John Henry;) about 150 acres of which are cleared, with a logdwelling house, a log barn, and frame stable thereon erected, as the property of Isaac Neff one of the defendants. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of Isaac Neff. ALSO, _ _ Lot No.B in the plan of the town of Orbisonia, fronting 50 feet on the north side of Cromwell street, and extending back at right angles to same 190 feet toan alley; having theron erected a two story log dwelling house. — Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of James Fulton. dLSO, _ . All that certain tract, piece or parcel of land situate and lying in Tell township, Huntingdon county, containing one hun dred acres, be the same more or less, ad joining lands of Snlmnon Stahlman, Jacob Waggoner, Jahn Beale, Jacob Strong and Shade Mountain; about lorry acres of which are cleared, having thereon a log house, log barn and apple orchard. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of Adam Strong. A LSO, _ . • All that tract, piece or parcel of land situate on Mill Creek, in Henderson township, Huntingdon county, containing one hundred and three acres, be the same Ware or less; about thirty acres of which are cleared, adjoining (ands of James Lane, John Wulfkill, John M'Cshan, and Thomas Head, with a cabin house and barn, and an apple orchard thereon. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of 11 , illiatn McAteer. AISO, All the right, title anti interest of Da vid Tate, one of defendants, in and to all that lot or piece of ground in the town of Gayaport, Huntingdon county, fronting sixty feet on the northerly side of the turnpike road, and extending back to land ofJohn McCahan, about 90 feet, bounded on the West by a lot of James Frame, and on the East by Eli Yoder, having a two story frame dwellinz house thereon, occupied by defendant. D. Taie, and another dwelling house (frame also) now leased to tiwin 'Fate, and a frame stable. Seized, taken in execution, and to br sold as the proper•y of David Tate, ALSO, All that certain lot of ground situate in the borough of Gaysport, in Huntingdon county, on the corner of Basin and Bed fold streets, being 60 feet in front, and running back 180 feet to Porter alley, being lot No. 40 in the plan of said bo rough; having thereon erected a goad two story frame dwelling house, and frame kitchen fronting on Basin street, and a frame dwelling house one and a half sto ries high, calculated for two families, fronting on Bedford street, and a frame stable. Said lot has an excellent well of water with a pump in it, a wash•hoose and bake-oven, and a number of fruit trees thereon. Seized, taken in execution, and to he sold as the property of John Barr. ALso, A lot or piece of ground situate on the corner of Walnut street and Short Alley, in the ')ortitlh of Hollidaysburg, Hui Ling don county, fronting 40 feet on sdid Wok nut street, and extending back at right angles to sante along said Short alley 180 feet; having thereon erected a double stone house two stories high, fronting on Walnut street,and a row of small stone buildings fronting on said Short alley. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of John Mahoney. ALSO. All that certain part of a trait of land situate in Barree township, Hontinvlon county, adjoining land:4 of Dar.- worth, W Alexander and others, contain; log Seienty-;two acres and one Ilan& ed and forty seven perches, (Being part of a tract Orland which Gen. William Me Al eery, by deed dated the sth day of Sep tember, A. D. 1820, conveyed to Wil liam McAleary, and the said William NlcAleary by deed dated 21st April, 1841, conveyed the same to David Mc- Aleary,) together with the herctitainents and appurtenances. Seized, taken in exexiiiimi, and to be sold as the property of David Mc Cleary. ALSO, All that small piece, or parcel ofgroartil, situate in the Itoronh 01 Hollidalsb o r g , being part of lots No's. -- formerly own ed or claimed by Daniel L. Niartin, front ing twenty feet on the west side of Penn street, and running back across Said lots to a lot of Dysart & Hemphill, about left fret, bounded on the south a :Wit, 01F the same two lots owned by NV inlaid Tho mas, and on the north by the remainder of said lots, now owned by the Re. McKinney—having is rue!. story orick dwelling house thereon erected. Seized, taken in execution, and to he sold as the property of William Darman. ALSO, AB the right, title, and interest of the defendant, of, in and to, alt that tract, piece, or parcel of land, situate in AIle• gheny township Iluntingdon county, con ' mining about 575 acres, he the same tnore or leas, about 275 acres of which are clear ed and cultivated. The said land is now used and tenanted as two separate liirms, and is the remaining part or residu e of the Real Estate now owned by Bernard O'Friel's heirs, of whom the said James O'Ft•iel Is a son. Said land is excellent limestone, and is hounded on the East by lands of Adam Black, [formerly by 8,.r -nard O'Friel's.] on the West be lands belonging to Aaron "Burns' heirs, on the North by lands now of George Cowin's, [formerly of Bernard O'Foiel's,] :Ind on the Sonth by Alexanier Dysart's land haring erected thereon two farm dwelling houses and two barns. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of James 0 1 Friel. JOFIN ARMITAGE, shy Sheriff's office Hunting. don, Oct. 22, 1845. TO SENSIBLE CITIZENS.—We know trom wait we see and led, that the animal body is, in its organs and functions. subject to derangement, inducing pain, and tending to its destruction. In tills disordered state, we observe nature providing tor the re-es tablishment of order, by occult% some Saki tary evacuation of the niorbific sitter, or by sonic other operation, Which escapes our imperfect senses and researches. In some cases she brings on a ci isis by the bowels, in others by sweating, &c. &c. Now experience has taught us that there are certain substances, by which, applied to the living body, internally or externally, we can at will produce the same evacuations, and thus du in a short tinie, what nature could do but slowly, and do effectually what she might not have strength to accomplish. When then we have seen a disease cured by a certain natural evacuation, should that dis ease occur again, we may count upon curing it by the use of such substancesos we know bring about the same evacuation, which we had before observed to cure a similar disease. It is in consequence of the power which the Brandreth Pill exert upon the while system, that makes them so universally ben eficial. It is because they impart to the body, the power to expel disease without leaving any evil t ct. Asa gen ' :ral family medicine, Brandreth's Pills are, it is believed by the Proprietor, superior to every other offer eel to the public. 1)r. Bramdreth's Pills ate for sale by the following Agents in his county. Win Stewart, Huntingdon. M'Farlane, Garber, & co., Hollidaysburg. A. & N. Cresswell, Petersburg. niore & Swool,e, Alexandria. Hartman & Smith, Manor Hill. Thomas M. Owens, Birmingham. A. Patterson, Williamsburg. Blair awl Maddi a, Macldi n's Mills. irr The Move are the only authorized agents in Huntingdon county. April .te, 1815. ti 11th Jr. To laurchasers—Guaraniee. THE undersigned agent of the Pattentee, of the Stove, " The Queen of the Mat," unJerstanding that the owners, or those concerned for them, of other and different patent Cooking Saves, have threatened to bring suit against all who purchase and use any "GUILDS I'ATENT COoKINC STOVE —The Queen of the West." Now his is to inform all and every person wh anal purchase and use said Stove that he 111.1 drhinify them from all costsor damage. rom 1 any and all suits, brought by ether en ters, or their agents, for any infringnit of their patents. lie gives this notice so .at persons need not be under any fears because they have, while consulting their own inter ests and convenience, secured the superior advantages of this " Queen" not only of the West. but of the East. ISRAEL GRAFFIUS. July 24, 1844. -- "QUEEN or THE T" ZIODCZiaLfICEUV 'CitCElV`cfr i p Fur sale by I. GRAMS & SON, Alex andria, 11 untingdon county, Pa., cheap fur cash or country produce at the market price. the "Queen of the West" is an im provement on Hathaway's celebrated Hut Air Stove. There has osier yet ap peared any plan of a Cooking Steve that possesses the advantages that this one has. A much less quantity Of fuel is re• quire(' fur any amount of cooking of ba king by this stove than by any other. Persons are requested to call and flee before they purchase elsewhere. July 3, 1844. six r.tia DRIVE UP CID ur 13' 1:o Lla 52" 2 I. GRAFIUS & SON, 110ESPECTFULLY inform the citizens ~f Hunting lon county, and the public generally, that they continue to carry on the Capper, Tin and Sheet iron Business, in all its branches, in Alt amdria. where they manufacture and consta; tly keep on hand every description of ware in theirline; such as SinUrdi:id Splendid Wood Stoves 22, 24, 26: 28 and 30 inches long liiIMATOR STOVES, Nato Cooking. Stones of all kinds and • Also four sizes of Coal Stoves, ALSO STOVE-PIPE, ANTI STOVES FINISHED All kinds 4 castings done, for Forges, Saw mills and Threshing-machines. Also WAG ON BOXES, MILL GUDGEONS, AND POLLOW WARE ; all of which is done in a workman like manner. Ako, Copper, Dye, Wash, Fidler. Pre serving, and Tea Kettles for sale, Wholesale and re►ail . . Persons favoring this establishment viith their cuss i m may depend on having their orders executed with fidelity and despatch. Old metal, copper, brass and pewter ta ken to exchange. Also wheat, rye, corn —a ....E. taken at market price. A tele... ,01, 0. •0 ••• NOTICE.—The subscriber respectfully requests all persons indebted to him for work done at the old establishment, pre- Vious to the Ist of November last, to call and settle theft accounts without delay. ISRAEL GRAPIUS. July 3. 1844. Farm For Sale. The subscribers offer for sale a wellim proved firm, containing SiiIZ2IGEF siZiccoa.ciatin e . with all..wance, about 126 acres cleared and under gut d fence. l' he improvements are a large arid convenient two story house, bank barn, and other out buildings, with se veral good springs of wattr convenient; an orchard of choice fruit. "I here are also a quantity of peach and Plumb trees. Said farm is situated in Heivierson township, Huntingdon county, Pa., 3 miles from' the Warm Springs, 7 miles froth Huntingdon, and 6 miles from the Pennsylvania Canal. Pcrs.ais wishing further infarmation con cerning the above property can obtain it by calling on S. R. Hogg-, residing on the pre mises, or from James Boggs, at Mill Creek. L The subscribers are desirous of going west—persons would do well to call and see for themselves. SAMUEL R. & J MMES BOGGS, June 4, 1845. FRENCH BURR MILL STONES. HE subscriber continues to manufac ture, in Harrisburg, French Burrs of all sit,s, and of the very best quality, much cheaper than ever, and on very favorable terms. Letters addressed to him Will receive the same prompt attention as if personal appli cation were made. W. H. KEPNER. Feb. 5,1845.--9 mo. CHEAP FOR CASH, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Boot Shoe, and Cap Store, wit" No. 21 MARKET STREET, (between Front & Second Sts., North Side. PHILkDELPHIA THE subscriber has on hand a large and complete assortment of the shove named articles, to which he respectfully invites the attention of the inhabitants of Huntingdon c , .unty, consisti, , g of Men's, Boy's and Youth's coarse Wax. Kip, Calf Skin, Seal and Morocco BOOTS and BR()(' ANS , Ladies' Misses' and Children's Boots and Shoes in all their varieties ; also, Ladies' and Gentlemen's GUM OVERSHOES of every kind, together with Men's Boy's and Children', CAPS of every description. Persons will find it to their advantage to call and examine my stock before purcha • sing elsewhere, as I am determined to sell at the LOWEST POSSIBLE CASH PRICES. SAMUEL GOLDEY Philadephit July, C 4 1844% Spanish Hides ♦RD TANNER'S OILS. 2000 Dry Laplata Hides—first quality. 5500 Dry La Gaira dn. do. 3000 Dry Silted La Guira. do. 1000 Dry Salted Brazil Hides, do 40 Kies elven Salted Patna Kips 30 B ties dry Patna Kips. 120 Harrell s Tanner's Oil. Tanner's and Currier's Tools. For salse to the country Tanners at the lowest prices and upon the hest terms. N. B. All kinds of Leather wanted for which the highest places will he paid in Cash or in exchange for Hides, Kips & ()il. D. KIRKPATRICK& St ,NS, No. 21 Soul 3rl St;ver, Philadelphia. Oct. 9, 1844.--.ly. NotitiutTe .#ounbrg. TIM subscriber would respectfulh inform the citizens of Huntingdon and the adjoin. ing counties, that he still cortinut s to car ry on business at the Rockdale Foundry, on lover Creek, two miles from Williams burg, where he is prepared to execute all orders in his line, of the best materials and workmanship, and with promptness and de spatch. He will keep constantly on hand stoves of eierydesCription, such as Cooking, Ten Plate, PARLOR, COAL, ROTARY, and Wool) STOVES : iinTINGSTON PLOUGHS, Anvils, riammers, Hollow Ware, and every kind of castings necessary for forges, mills or ma chinery of any description ; wagon boxes of all descriptions, ike., which can be had on as good terms as they can be had at any other foundry in the county or state. Remember the Rockdale Foundry. (V•• Old metal taken in exchange for any castings. WILLIAM KENNEDY. 117 Mr. K. has recently purchased, the pattern right of a conking stove far Hunting don county---the stove will be set up by him and warranted to the purchaser to be as good as any in the State—ottlers furnished. July 17, 1844.1 f. 'I4CIIJICE ROTEL HARRISB*RO. PAS e,r HE undersigned respectfully finnoun res to his friends and the public that he still continues at his old stand, Second street; Harrisburg, Pa., where he is ready to accommodate all who may favor him with a call. As his house has been for some years back conducted on the Temperance principle, the pi oprictor expects to receive a liberal share of the patronage of temper ance men generally, visiting the Seat of Gov , rtiment. LEMEIR3 will always he supplied with the best the market will afford, and no pains spared to suit the palate of the epicure. The great est Care will be observed in regard to the clvonliness &comfort of his sleeping apart ments. I:Xttlas maeixTbllamig, is Commodious and attended by a careful and oblising ostler and every arrangement made to make his house a pleasant stopping place forthe traveller. Charges very moderate to suit the times. JU 1711 - I =l'4=ll. Harrisburg, Aug. 15, 1895. _ WASHINGTON HOTEL, Corner of Market atree/ and Market Square; MAP.RIESEII:7P.G, PA. qviA H E subscriber having taken this pop ular Hotel lately kept by Mr. WIC T. SANDERS, begs leave to inform his friends and the public generally, that he is now well prepared to accomodate theta in a mariner to insure satisfaction to all who fa vor him with their custom. The house has been re-furnished, altered, and greatly im proved in many respects, and no pains will be spared to make visitors comfortable du ritgthilr.sraourn. HIS TATILE will be constantly supplied with all the delicacies of the season : and his servants are attentive, careful and accenimOdating. •there is extensive Si ABLING attached to the pt emises, E. P. HU(' HES, Late of the Mansion House. Harrisburg June 4. 1845. 'rut subscriber• takes this occasion of re turning his thanks to his numerous friends for the very liberal patronage bestowed up on him during his proprietorship of the Washington Hotel. He also takes great pleasere in bespeaking for his successor a continuance of public favor, who is well qualified to give general satisfaction as a landlord, and every way worthy of the pat , ronage of the travelling community. WM. T. SANDERS. WILLIAM D, PARRISH, No. 4, North sth st., 2 doors above Market PHILADELPPHIA. WHOLESALE DEALER IN Paper, Rags, School Books Blank Books and Stationary. HAVING consicleraby increase his facil ties for business, now offers to country mer chants, on still more favorable terms than formerly, a complete assortment of Writing, Printing and W rapping Papers; also Figured Wall and Curtain Papers, and Window Shades of a great variety of patterns, which he can sell at manufacturers' prices. Also, Bonnet Boards, White, Blue and Brown ; and all the Ssandard School Books, Blank Books, and Stationat•y in general, Eddie low est Wholesale prices. Rags Rags t Rags Cash paid for Rags in any quantity, or Rags taken in trade for goods at the lowest cash prices. Country merchants are par titularly invited to call. Printers of country newspapers supplied with their p_iper low for cash, by applying at WILLIAM D. PARRISH'S Paper and Rag Warehouse, No. 4, North Fifth street, 2 doors above Market street, Philadelphia. Philadelphia, August 20th, 1845. 3W IN WILLIAMSON Having re turned to Huntingdon county, has re-com menced the practice of LAW in theilorough of Huntingdon, where he will carefully at• tend to all business entrusted to his care._ He will he found at all times by those who may call upon him, at his :Ace with Isaac Fisher. Esq., adjoining the store of Thos. Read & Son, near the Diamond. litntingeon, April SO, 1846. Orphan's Court Salt. BY virtue of an order of the Orphan'. Court of Huntingdon County, flare will be exposed to sale by public vendee or outcry, on the premises, on TUESD.Y THE WI DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, a certain tries suage, plantation, and tract of land, situate in Morris township, adjoining lands of Peter Slater James M. Kinkead, Jacob Henry, the undersigned Wm. Reed, en o6'ert4 containing 111 ACRES be the same more or Its, about 75 acres cf which are cleared, with a two story Log Dwelling House, a Log Barn, and a small apple orchard thereon—late the estate of John Kuhn, of said township, dec'd. Timms OF SALE.—One half the purchase money to be paid on confirmation of the sale, and the residue within one year there-. atter, with the interest, to be secured by the bondi and mortgage of the purchaser. By the Court, JOHN REED, Clerk. Attendance will be given by the under signed ILLIAM REED, Admr., &c. Atigust 20, 1845.t5. WOOLLEN' MANUFACTORY. Tan subscriber respectfully inform hisi friends and the pUblit in general, that he are prepared to manufacture cloths, satti netts, flannels, blankets, carpeting, acc., at the well known establishment, formerly oc coPled by Jeremiah Whiteheatl, situated in the town of Williamsburg, Huntingdon co; Pa. His machinery will be in good order, and having none but good workmen in his employ, he will assure all who may favor him with their custom that their orders will be executed in a satisfactory style on' the nhortest notice. % - ficiarrallas 8 He will card wool into rolls at the low price of 6+ cents per pound ; card and spih 12 cuts per pound, 16 cents per pound manufacture white flannel from fleece, 31* cents per yard ; manufacture brown flannel from II ece, 40 cents per yard ; he will find sattinett warp and manufacture satti netts a all dark colors at 45 cents per yard; cloths I wide, 50 cents per yard ; amnion broad cloth, $1 25 per yard ; blankets, $3 per pair; plain girthing carpet, 50 cents per yard ; he will card, spin, double and tw ist stocking yarn at 20 cents per pound ; color ing carpet, Loved( t, and stocking yarn, froiti 15 to 31 cents per pound, Country Fulling. Cloths of *all dark colors, 22 cents per yd; flannels, 8 cents per yard , blankets, 7 cents per yard ; hom'e dye flannels cents per yard ; horbe dye cloths, 16 cents per yard. Arrangements have been made at the fol lowing Places, where clothsand wool will be tat, en and returned every two weeks. At the house of John Nail, Hartslog Val ley ; Jacob M'Gahati, M'Connellstown ; J. Entrekin's store,Coffee Run ; John Givin's store, Leonard Veaver, Jacob Cypress and Matthew Garner,Wooticock Valley ;,Gem mel & Porter's store, Alexandria ; Walter Graham's store, Canoe Valley ; Dysart's Mill, Sinking Valley ; Davis Brook's Mill, Blair township ; James Candron'- store, F,ank ctnwn ; Gen. Steiner's store, Water.. street ; James Saxton's store, Huntingdori. Persons wishing to exchange wool for utacturtd stuffi can be accommodated. V" All kinds of country produce taken,irr exchange for work. WILLIAM Williamsburg, Aug. 27, B 19, 1845 UCHAN AN,.—tf. - - - I'USCARORA ACAPEIII*. ~M,H IS flourishing institution is situated it 4L Tuscarora Valley, Juniata county, Pad, 8 miles south-west of Mifflintown, It lies been in successful operation for several years ; and is believed to be equal to any Academy in the State, in affording facilities to young men for acquiring a thorough adadeniital education, either for business or for College. Being situated in a very plea ant and healthful neighborhood in the coun try, the pupils ate removed from those temp tations to idlenett, dissipation and vice. which are the tisane of similar institutions in town. he buildings are large and commodious, sufficient to accommodate a large number and pupils from a distance are required to hoard in the institution with the Principal. But if it is desired by their parents, good boarding can be obtained in the neighborhood of the Academy. TERMS : For hoarding, (per week,) $1 23 Washing, (per qr. of 11 weeks,) 1 50 Bed, dll 1 00 Incidental, Ss For tuition in Latin, Greek and Mathe matics. (per quarter,) $6 00 Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Rheto ric, Political economy, Book-keeping, Botany, History. &c. Arithmetic, English Grammar, €.50 Geog raphy, Reading, Writing, &c. &c., (per quarter of 11 weeks,) 3 00 Light, hooks and stationary are found by the pupil, and may be obtained at the stores in the neighborhood. There are no extra charges whatever. The academical year is divided into tWO sessions of 22 weeks each; and each session into twoquartersof 11 weeks each. 7One quarter must be paid in advance, when the pupil enters ; and all bills must be paid off before he leaves the Acerb my ; otherwise 7 per cent. nn the whole bill ti, the quarter will be added. No deduction for absence during the quarter unless caused by sickness. The very best testimonials can be given, both as to the scholarship and ability of the Principal; and his long experience in the profession entitles him to the confidence of the public. The vacations occur in April and October, and the next winter session will commence onaMonday, the 20th of October. Address (post paid) all communications to the " Spruce Hill P O." DAVID vViLsofq. A. M., Principal. Tuscarora Valley, Juniata co. Sep. 10,1845. N. B. Pupils from a distance can always find a ready conveyance from Mifflin up to the Academy, by applying to McAlister's Hotel. CIZORGE TAYLOR, Attorney At Lam._Attt ods to practice in the Orphans' Court, Stating Aemini,tra , tors accounts, Scriveniog, &c.—OfFee in Dimond, three doors East of 'he •Ex change Hotel." LANK BONDS to Constables fot Stag QV of Execution, under the new law, juin r•tinted, and fur et (Men:Bt.:.