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The steamer Britannia arrived at Bos
ton on the Bth inst., bringing Liverpool
advicea to the 19th ult., inclusive.
The British Parliament was convened
on the 18th. No business was trans
acted beyond the mere ceremony of
opening, which was done by royal com
The corn market was steady and firm.
Cotton market languishing.
An announcement had reached Lon-;
don that a formidable conspiracy I , •!
been discovered in Paris, which hid' he
effect of seriously depressing the tng
lish fund for a short time. The corn-1
mittee of the stock exchange had corn
menced an investigation into circum
stances connected with the report, but
it could only be traced to Follistone,
from which it was received by electric
Hostilities have at length commenced
in Switzerland, at the fortified city of
Friberg. Some skirmishing had taken
place, in which the troops of the Son
derbund were worsted.
Count Bresson, French Ambassador at
the Court of the Two Sicilies, commit
ted suicide on the 2d ult.; and a short
time previous, Count Mortier, French
Ambassador to the Court of. Turin, at
tempted to murder both his children,
and cut his own throat, while laboring
under a fit of insanity.
A convention has been entered into
between the Pope, the Grand Duke of
Tuscany and Lucca, and the King of
Sardinia, for the formation of a tariff,
based upon the principle of the German
Commercial League. The measure has
been hailed throughout Europe with the
greatest possible satisfaction.
The Packet ship Stephen Whitney
was totally lost at 10 o'clock P. M. on
the 10th ult., on her voyage from New
York to Liverpool, tinder circumstances
the most perfectly appalling, that the
imagination can possibly conceive. Mis
taking the light upon Rock Island, near
Cape Clear, on the smith coast of Ire
land, for the old Head of Kinsale, she
continued her course, intending to make
Cork Harbor, but in less than a quarter
of an hour, with a suddenness which
defied all human effort to avert her fate,
she came broadside on a rock called the
West Calf, four miles inside the Cape,
and in less than ten minutes after stri
king, she dashed to atoms, overwhelm
ing no less than NINETY-TWO of her
helpless crew and passengers. Eighteen
only were saved.
CHRISTMAS OMER.— During this sea-
Son of feativity and joy, when all are p• one to in
dulge to the good things of life to excess, let us
not forget that the pleasures of the table, when en
joyed beyond tit • I:ounds of moderation, are at the
expense of health.
To those, however, who are inadvertently led
into cams in eating Or drinking, and who, it; con•
sequence, stiffer from headache, sick stomach, low
- nese of spirits, indigestion, and o.hcr complaints,
the penalty of over-indulgence ; tae recommend a
trial of Irrigh 'a Indian Vegetable Pills, of the
North American College of Health. This
elite will remove all complaints which arise from
irregularity of diet ; and cleanse the body from
those bilious and corrupt humors which arc the
cause of the above distressing symptoms, and of
every malady incident to man.
T. K. SIMO NTON, Sole Agent for Hunting-
'don; Cherie. Forcer, Alexandria; Blair & Robin
son, Shade Gap; I" lair & Co., Frankstown; Orbison
& Co., Orhisonia; A. O. Brown. Shirleysburg;
Hunter & Co., West Barre and Petersburg; Graff
& Co., Manor Hill; D. S. Bell, M'Elasy's Fort;
J ames m a ggire, Saulsburg; John W. Mcton, En
nesville; George H. Steiner, Water :Street; A. &
W. Crosswell, Petersburg; Milliken & Kessler,
Mill-creek; and wholesale and retnil at tho prin
cipal office, 169 Race street, Philadelphia.
Sep. 7, '47.
In Perote, Mexico, Sept. 2d, 1847, of
diarrhoea, JOHN G. SINCLAIR, formerly of
Birmingham, Huntingdon county, aged
21 years and 1 month.
The deceased was a member of Bir
mingham Lodge, I. 0. of 0. F., and on
the receipt of the above melancholy in
tolligence, the members of the Lodge
met at their Hall in Birmingham, and
appointed a committee to draft resolu
tions expressive of the sense of the
meeting, who reported the following :
W hereas, It has pleased the All-wise
Creator and Dispenser of all things, to
remove from this earthly Lodge, we trust
to that " Grand Lodge not made with
hands, eternal in the Heavens," our well
beloved and much esteemed brother,
John Sinclair ; and his brethern of Bir
mingham Lodge, No. 152, being deeply
impressed with a sense of his ardent
attachment to the Order—being an Odd
Fellow in spirit and in truth—and
dying as he had lived, a lover of his
God, his country ; his fellow man, and
the Order of which he was a most worthy
member—leaving an example behind
him for charity fidelity and kindness,
worthy the imitation of every member
of the brotherhood ; therefore,
Resolved, That Birmingham Lodge,
as a mark of respect, wear the usual
badge of mourning for thirty days.
Resolved, Tilt the thanks of this
Lodge be tendered to brother Robbins,
of Lodge No. 98, for his attention to
brother Sinclair, during his illness in
Mexico. _ .
Resolved, That a copy of the above be
transmitted to brother Robbins, and one
to each of his immediate relatives, and
published in the Journal and Globe,
Huntingdon, and in the Hollidaysburg
SAM 'L MUTERSBAUCH,
A. L. CHESNUTWOOD, Committee.
W. P. GREEN,
Bi r mingham, Dec. 6, 1847.
THE LEWISTOWN BANN:
HE failure of this Irstitution has caused a
great sensation, but it scarcely equals that
produced by the late ar rival of a superior assort
ment of clocks, watches, &c„ at " Tire Hunting
don letvefry Store," long acct pied by D Buoy.
The stock consists of gold patent levers, gold
RA anchor levers, gold lepinee,
silver patent levers, silver
,cl 2 ; anchor levers, silver !opines,
a 5D English vertical and horizon
.4l tat watches, and quertiers of
D „different qualities. Also, 8
day and 3u hour clocks, I.e.
dies' and Gentlemans' breastpins, of almost every
nod to snit ell tastes, Bracelets of
exquisite finish and latest styles; gold pens, at
various prices; gold and silver pencils, gold vest
and neck chains, gold keys, gold linger rings, me-
duffle., gold slides and locket., and every article
usually found in any Jewelry establishment out
of the cities,
Also, Silver Wore, consisting of table, tea,
and salt spoons, I utter knives, thimbles, shields
Also, Steel fob chains, keys, beads and bag
clasps, tassels and fringe; a superior assortment of
&deers' celebrated pen knives, scissors, razors
and Chapman's magic strops. A lot of Roussel's
perfumery. including soap, oils and essences of
vurrous kinds, tooth powder, &c. Also, Fancy
Stationary, such so note paper, note and letter
envelopes, motto wafers, visiting cards, smiling
The undersigned has also a very handsome as
sortment of mitcellaneous and fancy articles, such
as pocket books, Ladies' work boxes, Ladies' cotn
minions, pin cushions, ink stands, toy boxes,
disr3's, &c., all of which, having been purchased
for CARR, and at rates unusually low, will be sold
at such prices as they have never before beetioffered
for in this county.
[D An experienced Workman—one
who has become proficient by practice
in the best shops in the Union.—is em
ployed to do all kinds of clock, watch
and Jewelry repairing, which will in all
cases be done with punctuality.
Work will be warranted for one year
dI3-tf.] JAS. S. SCOTT.
Valuable Farms For Sale
-WHEREAS, by precept to me direct
ed, dated at Huntingdon, the 20th
day of November, 1847, under the hands
and cents of the Hon. Abraham S. Wit
' son, President of the Court of Common
Pleas, Oyer and Terminer and general
jail delivery of the 20th judicial district
of Pennsylvania, composed of the coun
ties of Huntingdon, Mifflin and Union,
and the Hons. James Gwiti and John
Stewart, his associates, judges of the
county of Huntingdon, justices assign
; cd, appointed to hear, try, and determine
all and every indictments and present
ments, made or taken for or concerning
all crimes, which by the laws of the Com
monwealth are made capital or felonies' ;
of death and other offences-, crlntes and
tuisdemennors, Which hate been, or shrill
be committed or perpetrated within said
county, or all persons who are or shall '
hereafter be committed or be perpetra
ted, for crimes aforesaid, I am common-
No. 3. Called 'Tire Cross Roads," now occu
pied in part by John Nail. containing about 12.1 ded to make proclamation throughout my
acres, three fourths of which ore cleared and cal- whole bailiwick, that a Court of Oyer
tivated ; with a hog D\A ELLIN r; and Terminer, of Common Pleas and
HOUSE, Smith f
Shop. Stable,or quarter Sessions, will be held at the
ii =: The whole izNpflrst . I
i g t) . • d
Court House, in the borough of Hunting
culayntion, anti well fenced. The Meadows ore don 3 on the 2nd Monday (and 10th day)
wry fine, a sufficient portion of which are attach- .of January, 1848, and those Who Will
ed to each farm. 'The most of the nuililinas are prosecute the said prisoners, be then
new and well finished. There is a good Spring of and there to iirosecute them as it shall
Water at each. House, and numerous Springs so
be just, and that all justices of
the said the pencf,.
distributed in to afford Water in olmost every field.
Each Fartn has a sufficient ORCHARD of the coroner, and constables with
choicest Fruit. county, be then and there in their prop-
The Property is in one of the best settlements er persons, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said
in the county, within 43 miles of Huntingdon, the day, with heir records, inquisitions, ex
, county town—the same distance from the town of animations and retnembrances, to do
Alexandria, and within Si toiler of the rennsylva- . .
those things which to their offices res
nia Canal, and abortt the some distance from the
Pennsylvania Central Railroad, nrimaking. PectivelY al)Pertain•
which tvi I bring the property within ours ride I Dated at Huntingdon, the 20th day of
of Philadelphia. Two Public Roods c o at about INovember, in the year of our Lord, one
the centre of it, within e3l.'ealeat distancetoe ee- I thousand eight hundred and forty-seven,
eral Houses of Worship. Public Z , cltools, "alt and the 71st year of American Indepen
and :Mechanics; of altogether vt ry desire- I
ble situations for those wishing to purchnse gond deuce,
farms in a flourishing settlement. Other divisions MATTHEW CROWNOVER,
may be mode of tire property to those wishing. to SHERIFF'S OFFICE, Sheriff.
purchase. Tire land has been patented—the title Huntingdon, Dec. 14, 1847. S
The Terms will be, Otte third of the lunch.°
money to he paid on the Ist of April next, and
the remainder in three equalannual payments with
interest, to be securrd by the bonds and mortgage
of the purchaser.
The subscriber hos also a few Hundred Acres of
THo subocriber will sell, at Pultlic Sale, on the
premises, on WRIINESDAY, the 29th day of
December, Ihet., tic
Woodcock Valley Farms,
at the Cross Roads, in Porter cnd Wa'ker town
ships, Huntingdon county, viz: No. I—now oc
cupied by Major Jam. Porter, containing about
27E acres : 225 of which are cleared
c • g nod tinder cultivation, with a well
), 1' 1, finished two sit ry brick DVI EL
t;'LING IjOliSli, tit Mill HMI.,
Spring House, a large completely finished BANK
Barn, Wagons Shed, Corn 1. tilt, Hog House, and
every other necessary building.
N 0.12. Occupied by David Enyettrt, containing
about 300 acres, 220 of which are cleared and un
der cultivation, with a large two story
DNA BLI,INq HOUSE, a Tenant
House, a Large Bank Barn, Wagon
Shed, spring I louse, Hog House, slid
every other necessary building. On this 'tract is
an extensive lied of I'ossili ferous Iron Ore.
in the immediate neighborhood, which will be
offered for sale of the same time.
Any information before the day of Salo, will be
given hy Major Porter and Mr. Enyeort, on 111,i
premises, Gen. A. P. Wi 4011, of Huntingdon, or
the subsbriber in Hartisbum.
DAVID R. PORTER.
Dee. 14. 1847.
NOTICE is hereby given to all per
sons concerned, that the following
named persons have settled their ac
counts in the Register's Office, at Hun
tingdon, and that the snid accounts will
be presented for confirmation and allow
ance at an Orphans' Court, to be held
at Huntingdon, in and for the county of
Huntingdon, on Wednesday the 12th day
of January next, to wit:
1. John Loser, administrator of Abra
, ham Ditsworth, late of Barree (now
Jackson) township, dec'd.
2. Alexander Bell and James Ewing,
administrators of Thomas Bell, late of
Barree township, dec'd.
3. John B. Mang, one of the execu
tors of George Mong, late of Warriors
mark township, dec'd.
4. Jonathan McWilliams, guardian of
William J. Ingram, one of the minor
children of John Ingram, late of Frank
lin township, dec'd.
JACOB MILLER, Register:
Huntingdon, Dec. 14,1847.
BLANK DEEDS and MORTGAGES,
of a very superior quality, for sale
at this office.
Notice to Contractors.
THE Committee to build Presbyterian
Church in Alexandria, will let said
work on Saturday, January 1, 1848.
Plans and specifications can be seen at
any time by application to George
Bucher. By order of Committee,
1 GRAFFIUS, Chairman.
To the honorable the Judges of the Court
of Common Pleas of Huntingdon coun
ty, now composing and holding a Court
of General Quarter Sessions of the
Peace, in and for said county, for Jan
uary Terth, 1848. •
The petition of James Chamberlain,
of Warriorsinark Town, in the county of
Huntingdon., respectfully sheweth :
That be is desirous of continuing to
keep a public house or tavern, in the
house he now occupies in Warriorsmark
Town ; that he is well provided with
necessaries for the ceuvenience and
commodation of travellers and strangers.
He therefore prays your honors to grant
him a license to keep a house of public
entertainment in said house, and he will
pray, &c. JAMES CHAMBERLAIN:
bee, 14, 1847.
We, the subscribers, do certify, that
James Chatnherlain, the above applicant,
is of good repute for honesty and Tem
perance, and is well provided with house
room and conveniences for the lodging
and accommodation of strangers and
Peter .4. Burket, George Bumbarger,
John Bratton, Jon B. Gelrin,
Funk, David Diller, John .4ddleman,
SAvgert, Samuel D. Miller, Jacob
Buck, John Spanogle, Jr., B. F. Young,
J. B. Sitwell, David Parker, David B.
IHEREAS, by precept to me direct•
%V ed by the Judges of the Common
Fleas of the county of Huntingdon, bear
ing test the 20th day of November, A. D.
1847, I am commanded to make public
proclamation throughout my whole bail
' iwick that a Court of Common Pleas
will be held at the Court House in the
borough of Huntingdon, in the county
of Huntingdon, on the third Monday (arid .
17th day) of January, A: 1). 1848, for
I the trial of all issues in said court, which
THE GREAT CENTRAL
remain undetermined before the said
judges, when and where all jurors, wit- c
.. • -1 - - - - I . _ 7u -- s__ w.r . . E ... ~. a D
nesses and suitors, in the trial of all ' I HAT AND CAP STORE,
said issues are required.
Dated at Huntingdon, the 20th day of ! whoh ,,, de and Road.
November, A.D. 184 , 7, and the '7lst year ! N 0.294 Market Street, Ninth door above Eighth
of American independence. Street, South side,
MATTHEW CROWNOVER, Sh'ir. PHILADELPHIA,
SHER IFF'S OFFICE, Comprises ono of the largest and most beautiful..
Huntingdon, Dec. 14., 184.7. vortuiert of 11A I'S, CAP, and MUFFS in the
__ . _
PUBLIC SALE. manufactured under the immediate superintendence
THE following described Real Estate. late the , of the Subscriber, i i the bent aiailarri al Prime
prop er ty of Henry P. Durso,, d e „.d , w i lt h e , materials, and will Be sold at tho lowest possible
I offered at 'Public Sale, at the Court Holm, in the l prices for resit.
borough of Huntingdon, on SaTunnsir, the 19th The assortment eall"aces a nPleadid variety . of
1 doy at December, at 1 o'clock. P. M.• viz: ISilk, Moleskin, Beaver. Brush, Russia, Nutria,
1 THREE LOTS of ground in the borough i and other HaTs of beautiful fiats'', and a complete
stock of all kinds of Cloth, tiliaril, Fur and l'lush
of Huntingdon, lying east of the old Court House,
CAPS, of the most debitable patterns, together with
adjoining each other, and fronting on Allegheny 1
i and Market streets, ou which are erected . is ! a supply of mMeurTti!'tuer:'elLtjtuefftat:e'relle't"e'tkepet:etfetty
i• large STONE DWELLINU HOUSE, '
Alas, a invited to examine the Mock, which they will find
i l a 1 : Kitchen and oilier buildings.
6 , a..
a lit their advantage to do before purchasing, . it is
" " INAME DWLLINd Hones,
, his determination, having adopted the curb velem.
, well of good water. The above lots will he divi
! dial if desired by purchasers, on the day of sale. I to sell for Cush only. and at the ',trod pricer.
! The terms will be—one third of the purchase I JOHN FAREIRA, Jr.
I money on the confirmation of the Pair; the re- ' d7-6m]
! mainder in three equal annual paymen!s, with in- ! John Scott, jr.,
i terevt, for which bond and inortgago will be re- j
, i TTORNEY Al' LAW, Huntingdon, Pa.— .....:L... - __. ______-. -
THOMAS DUNCAN, IIL Has removed his office to the middle room of , BARLEY! BARLEY!
; ' 'Mare. Haw." directly opPo.ii , 1. ) , 1.e , , s , AVAlur- '
A quantity of merchantable Bulky, if delivered
JOHN P. DORSEY, i trie's store whore lie will attend , lilt pioinpinc,s ' soon, will he takenatilt AlexandriaP y
WILLIAM DORRIS, , and fidelity to ail business with which he may he f f • • . ,a, . . " we '-
or w hi cha fai t rice, in CASH, will he given.
Guardian of Granberry and Henry P. Dorsey.' entrusted in Huntingdon or the adjoining counties ; HENRY FOCKLE R.
47-3w.1. , Howtingdon Sept. 23,1946: i
Alexanetio, 0,1. la, 1847.-61.
Valuable itcal Etitate at • VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
THE DAILY NEWS.
Orphan's Court Sale. PUBLIC SALE, T HB unexampled success which has
IN pursuance of an order of the Or- AT . I thus far attended the. News Estab
plums' Court of Huntingdon county, THE Subscriber will offer at Public lichment, encourages the proprietors to
Will be offered for sale at Public Vendee Sale, on the premises, on THURS- spare no exertions to matte the. Daily
or Outcry oh the premises, on Thursday DAY S the 23d of Deceinber next, at 12 News a paper which shall be second to
the 16th day of December, 1847, nIl that o'cloek M.,.the renewing Valuable Real i cone of its cotempornries in Philadel
certain Messuage; Plantation, and tract estate, to wit phin. They will make it their especial
of land, (part of the real estate.of Rob-
,si., ' ' aim to impart a dignified and high mere;
art Moore, of the borough of Hunting- TWO T RACTS CI- LAND ai tone to the paper, and to exclude fro m .
don, dec'd,) situate in Walker township, .. , . 1 its 'columns everything of an indelicate
in said connty, near the village 'of Smith- situate en the banks of the Little Juni- or offensive nature. They have the most
field and the Turnpike road, and about ata river, one mile below Birminghain, ample resources, in every respect, to eii.
one mile West of the borough o f limit- and within four miles Of the Penney!. able them to give to its readers the latest
ingdon, adjoining lands of John AlcCa vanla Canal, at Water Street : One and most accurate local, foreign and rlO
han, John Hildebrand, John Ker, and tract situate in Warriersmark township, mastic intelligence, and also full and re,
others, containing 247 acres, be the Huntingdon county, ilm other tract sit- liable accounts of the Markets and COM
same more more or less, about 150 acres time in Tyrone Towindlip, Blair county, mercial news generally.
of which is cleared, about 50 acres there- : the River being the
,line between the The Daily News will continue to ad
of being meadow ground, with a new two tracts, and al s o the line between vocatt Whig principles ns originally ex
frame dwelling house, a large new framellluntingein an d Blai r counties, well pouiided by the Fathers of the Consti
barn, and a young apple orchard thereon. known as the property of Atidr . r. , W Rob- intim', and adopted by the nerediled or•
Asso, Ott Friday the 17th day of De- eson, of Warriorsmark township, hoW grins and champions of the Wing cause.
cember, 1847, will he offered on the prom- : deceased. at the present day. It will urge the
ises, all that other 'certain inessesge, I TnE MANSION 'ER Aviv, holding of a W big NntiOnal Convention
plantation; and tract of land; (also part in Warriorsmark township, contains '2OO , for the purpose of nominating. candidates,
of the real estate late of the said Robert acres of excellent limestone land, about for the Presidency .and Vice Presidehey;
Moore ) dee'd,) situate on Spruce Creek, 100 neres Cleared, and in a good stateland will battle, with 'all the ability; zeal
near Colerain Forges ; in Franklin town- o f cu l tivat i on , with ' and energy it can comineol,.lo seem:
ship, in 'said county ; adjoining lands of
Three Dwelling rZonses, I , •
i ii i! , ,,, ristoneßarn arid a good up- i
Shorb, Stewart & Co., of David Bender- .-,-,,,, t lof that Convention. •
son the Huntingdon Furnace Lands;
i ~,,, plc orchard thereon. TEIDIS.—To mail subscribers, single
and lands of others, containing 380 --, l . copies will be furnished at $4.00 per
acres and 135 perches, and allowance, Til" - fl °TEM% TilP CT I
a, , annum. Twelve or more copies, ordered.
be the same more or less ; a large part at the same time, and addressed to the
in Blair co unty contains 110 acres of
of which is cleared, with a large two same Post-o ffi ce, will be sent at the rate
excellent timber land, with a house
story brick dwelling house, a large frame of $3.00 per copy:
and stable thereon erected ; there is an •
barn, and other buildings and improve- Ore bank on this tract, from which a
meets thereon. quantity of Iron Ore of an excellent
!.'runts OF SALE.—One third of the pur- quality has been raised. A large part
chase money to be paid on the con fi rm- of this tract is good limestone lend for
tion of the sale; another third in one
farming. On these two tracts are
year thereafter with interest ; and t he
remaining third on or immediately after FOUR SITUATIONS FOR
the death of Margaret Moore, widow of I Forges or Furnaces.
the said Robert Moore, dee'd., the inter- perhaps the best sites in th State.
est of which last mentioned third to be There is a number of springs on e
paid reg ularly and annually, to the said tracts of never failing water that keep
widow during her life—said payments, the river free frogs ice for more than a
&c. to be secured by the bonds and mile.
mortgages of the purchasers. This tract is all woodlandy'and well
By the Court, covered with timber. The survey for
JACOB MILLER, Clerk. the Central Rail Road runs through the
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock P. Al., property.
of each of said days: Attendance will TERMs :—One Third of the purchase
be given by GEO. H. STEINER, I money to be paid in hand, and the bet-
Acting Ex'r of Robt. Moore, dec'd. • lance in two equal annual payments,
E --.. The farm on Spruce Creek is first with interest, to be secured by the
rate lime stone land, in a good state of bonds and mortgages of the purchaser.
cultivation, and, for productiveness, is Persons wishing to purchase are in
not surpassed by any farm in the coon- vited to call and examine the premises.
ty. It is, moreover, well situated, being Attendance will be given by
in a desirable neighborhood, and where DAVID ROBESON,
there is nlivaya a good Sash Market for
Sirrtring Executor of
everything produced on a farm. It is 1 4ndrew Robeson dec'd.
sityllid near the Water Street and I N ow. 9 1847.
Sp .e Creek Turnpike ; and is about one -------- - L - - ---
mile froiri the probable route of the P . a. ri
M 0 SOLVTXO: 6 37.
ITHE artnershjilicretolore existin g
ROl Road. As this preperty could be
mill and Charles
diiided so as to make two farms, bidders
may possibly make arrangements to Porter,per
of the borough of Alexandri
trading in the name of Gernmill & Por
chaSe in view of a subsequent division.
d . I Iby mutual consent on
ter, was isso vet
The property Oar Huntingdon, is the 16th of April last. All personshav;
Valuable from its location . , and the itn-
leg unsettled accounts with said firm,
provements upon it: 'flee purchnser
are reqbested to call and settle the sato,e.
will find it necessary to spend but little
The books are at the old room. Mr.
upon either the fences or the buildings. „ ~„
1 g keptthebooksof sai d
G. H. S. tiennum m m e ,
firm while in business, will attend there
every afternoon from this date until the
15th of December, for the purpose of
Alexandria, Nov. 30, 1847-3 t.
Nov. 23, 1847
M-lE subscriber offers for sale a tract
of land situated in Tyrone township,
Blair county, three miles fromTyroile
Forges, containing One hundred aid ten I Autiiie'r's - Notice.
.Irres, the principal part Limeston Land,
Estate of W I LL1.1.41 HUNTE R, late
in a high state of cultiVation, with wa
of Warriorsmork township, deed.
ter in all the fields except one; a Foun-
T HE undersigned, appomtcd by th e O r ph ans '
tamn Pump at the barn, and running
o tingon county to audit the se
s oukt ,:a
e i f iu th "
water at the house. The improvements
are—Two Dwelling Houses, a dee'd.,win"stier d for said
good Bank Barn and Stable, a house of James ChamberlL l in eXaViti e "Wilt°
Friday the It ist day of " E r :C r :l 3 le r ,
a 1 t 01 7,..i Cabinet Makers' Shop, Wagon township, an r.
— `House, Carriage House, Cider
in.a., where 01l persons sate fed may attend if
Mill, and other out-buildings, all sub- they think proper.
JOHN 0 'ENS, Auditor.
stantinl and in good repair. Also, a Dee. 7, 1817-4 t.
new Draw Kiln for burning Lime.
There is also on this farm tin ISM A .1"8 " 41.11 " 14' •""
Of tire estate of Daniel Kutfman, der'd,
Orchard of Two hundred ..gpple , ' , .7Vrkr'
rees nearly all of the very best late of Tod township, Huntingdon. Co.
- A 1.1 , pew. haying claims or demands against
grafted fruit. il the Estate of the said decedent to snake known
The Central Railroad will pass these,. to them without delay, and t h,,,, being
within three miles n( the above property: indebted to rho same are requested to make inn
JAMES E. STEWART. 1 dims payment to
SUSAN KURFM \N, Ailm'r.
Nov. 30, 1847-tim.l & JOSEPH KURFMAN, Adm.
-- elf' Cass Township.
of Toll Township.
A INFIUL CA 5. A Mt I IN:
! t GREAT number of valuable lives weal very
11 nearly sacrificed in the rush to H. K. Nore
er Boo's IFAT[H &JE WELRY STORE in
Thera you will ROC Gold and Silver Levers of
every style, quality and mice. Also, gold fob
chains, guard chains andikeys of every description.
Breast Pins and finger rings in great variety; gold
and silver pencils, silver thimbles, tooth and nail
brushes, steel beads, clasps for hags and purses,
purse silk, spectacles, accordions, gold pens of su
perior quality, pen holders, a fine assortment of
Haney stationery, motto watitm, fancy boxes, perfu
mery, Diaries Mr 1848, envelopes, dre. &t.
! Coll and examine, before it is too law. Clocit
!and Watch repairing done as usual,and warranted.
Dealer iir Teas;
I Warehouses S 3 Chemil abode Second and E lev-
emit and Chesnut Streets, Philadelphia,
HAS constantly in Store, a choich as
sortment of Fresh Imported,
GREEN AND BLACIt TEAS,
Country Merchants aro invited to call at 63
Chesnut street, and examine his stock, Which he
orrery at the lowest Wholesale prices, for Cash, shit
where he attends personally. [tl7.6m.
THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS will be
issued from the same office, from and
after the first of January next, on Tues
days, Thursdays, and Saturdays of each
week, and will contain the same matter
as the Daily, including the news o f the
day on which it is issued.
The regular subscription price will be
$3.00 for a single copy ; four copies;
$2.50 per copy ; ten copies, $2.00 per
TOE DOLLAR WEEKLY NEWS,
published at the same stfice, on every
Saturday morning, is n 'cheap Family
Psper, will be furnished to subscribers
at the following low terms : One copy,.
$1; six copies, $5; Thirteen copies,
$lO ; twenty copies, $l5 ; twenty-sevetti
Die Wochentliche Tl 7 euigL item.
A weekly German Netpd'oer, devo
ted to the advocacy of sound Whig prin
ciples, and to the dissemination of local,
foreign and domestic intelligence, will
be published from and after the first of
ESMS.—One copy, $1.50 ; five co
pies, $6 ; ten copies, $lO.
Bp.' In no case will eithr of the r il :qve
papers be forwarded, unless illq•inent be
made in advance; and Oiler will be
sent after the expiration Of the time, un
lese the subscription is renewed.
[l7-Money rebutted through the Mail,
will be at the risk of the publishers:
Notes of all specie paying Banks, in any
part of the Union, will be received in pay.
PAXSON, SANDERSON & KILLINGER.
Philadelphia, Nov. 24., 1847-4 t.
CITY OF MEXICO TAKEN!
Ready- 31 adc Clot i z:
T HE subscriber offers for sale a splendid and
1 seasonable assoittnent of Heady-Made Cloth=
fug, just opening at his new stand, in the canner
room of the 'nick bui ding opposite John Within
kers Tavern, in the Borough of Huntingdon; con
sisting of the following seasonable articles, warrant
ed well made and fashionably cut, viz:
11!anket over-coats of dfferent sizes and
1 do Gentleman's Fashionable Ctoehs.
12 do Drees and sack co
12 do well made Fancy
12 do Pants—cassimer.llllrn, ca.inett and
corduroy, plain, figured and striped
12 do Shirts (pleated breasts.) •
3 do Plaih elleekereil cotton shirts.
Also, a variety of satin and silk stocks, handker•
uniefs and short stockings, together with a variety
of articles of men's and boy's wear ; all of which
will be sold CHEAPER than at any other estab
ishment in the county. •
Please coil and exominc for youiselves. Cus
tomer's work puntuolly attended to.
Sept. 14,'47.] t ENJAMIN SNARE.
To the Honoreesle the Court of Quarter
Sessions of the county of Huntingdon, at
Junuury Sessions, .11. D. 1848 :
The Petition of John Nivling of the
Borough of Birmingham, in the county
of Huntingdon, sheweth : That he is de
sirous of obtaining n license to keep an
lnn or Tavern, - at his old public stand in
the said Borough of Birmingham ; and
that the said Inn or Tavern is necessary
to accommodate the public and enter:
tain strangers and travellers.
Dec. 14, 1847. JOHN NIVLING.
We, the undersigned, citizens of the
Borough of Birmingham, hereby certify
that a public house in said borough is
necessary to Accommodate the public
and entertain strangers and travellers:
That John Nivling; the ffetitioner, is of
good repute for moral honesty and in
tegrity, and is well prepared with house
room and conveniences for the accom
modation of strangers and travellers.
S. K. Sunew, John Calderthood, D. S.
Spencer, Wesley P. Green, John Wilson,
L. C hesnotwood, S. S. Detre), Wm.
Cunningham, .41. H. Ddreir.,h, John Cra
mer, James Clark, Geo..4lyerly.
LAWS' All I ICE,
LL portions indebted to the late firm ef Jurcas
LI. & tiumoryros are requested to make payment
previous to November 25th, emitting, as no longer
ulgen :e will be given
Ott. 20,1847-4 t
E. M. JONES.