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Estate of John Lienderson, late of Tod township,
Huntingdon county, deed.
LETTERS of Administration having been
granted to the undersigned on the Estate of said
deceased, all persons knowing themselves In
debted will please make immediate payment,
and those having claims will please present
them properly authenticated to
May 8,1851.-6 t.
TO the heirs and legal representatives of Leon
ard Steffey, deed. Take notice, that in pursu
ance of an Alias Writ of partition or valuation
issued out of the Orphan's Court of Huntingdon
county, I will hold an inquest to make partition
or valuation of the real estate of which Leonard
Steffey, dec'd., was seized, situated in Jackson
township, in said county, on the premises, on
Thursday the sth of June next, when you may at
tend. WM. B. ZEIGLER, Sli'ff.
Sheriff's Office, May 8, 1851.
Of the amount to which every District in the
County is entitled out of the annual appropriation
of $200,000, for the School year .1852, as fol.
Berme, $l2O 47
Brady, 84 13
Cass, 61 62
Clay, 60 82
Cromwell, 134 15
Dublin 115 73
Franklin, 114 94
Henderson, 220 80
Hopewell 71 28
Jackson, 127 19
Morris, 77 02
Penn, 63 59
Porter, 170 24
Shirleysburg borough, 31 60
Shirley township, 127 58
Springfield, 56 48
Tell, 86 51
Tod, 101 51
Union, 52 14
Walker, 95 59
Warriorsruark, 140 62
West, - 171 03
By order of the Commissioners of Huntingdon
County. H. W. MILLER, Clerk.
May 1, 1851.—W.
MISS MARY MILLER
TAKES pleasure in announcing to the Ladies of
liuntingdon and vicinity that she has just receiv
ed a tine assortment of Fancy Goods for ladies
wear; her stock comprises every article usually
kept in establishments of the kind. Site has every
BONNETS, RIBBONS, LACES, CAPS,
and Trimmings of every description and style,
which she will dispose of at very low rates.
She is also prepared to manufacture Bonnets to
order, and repair and trim any that may be left
with her according to the latest and most im
proved styles. She most respectfully invites the
ladies to give her a call and examine her stock.
Store a few doors east of the Black Bear Hotel
and directly opposite the Globe printingotlice.
May 1, 'sl—tf.
GROCERY, PROVISION AND
Timis & CO., respectfully inform the citizens
of Huntingdon county that they are prepared
to wholesale or retail Sugars, Cottbes, Teas, Cho
colate, Suleratus, Soaps, and every article in the
Also, Flour, Bacon, Butter, Cheese, Eggs,
Peaches and Apples dried, and any other article
in the provision lino that may be required.
Also, Paints, Oils, Turpentine, Varnish, White
Lead of good quality, and any other article in this
line of trade.
Also, Mahogany. Verniers of every quality,
Mahogany Nobs for cabinet ware, Bedstead pins
ready turned fit for use, Corn Brooms &c., &c.
re e: Every description of Sugars, Brooms,
iliaT Orders from Merchants in the country
promptly attended to and faithfully executed on
reasonable terms: arn . l ,2l : i o r r a d r e r r a e n d g i c i m ot e ; i n ts s a t r o e re st,t v e e ll,t v h i l g tld
e to t ai t any
i l l
fill the order with very little delay.
Huntingdon, May 1, 1851.—ff.
AT THE OLD STAND.
The undersigned informs his old customers,
and the public generally, that he has on hand a
good assortment of School and other Books, Sta
tionary of all kinds, Perfumery and Fancy Arti
cles, all of which will be disposed of cheap.
HORACE W. SMITH, Ag't.
May 1, 'sl.—lf.
WANTED—At Irons & Co's popular resort
100,000 lbs Wool,
100 tons Rags,
10,000 bushels oats,
1000 bushels Potatoes,
500 bushels Flaxseed,
100,000 dozen Eggs,
50,000 lbs Butter.
May 1, 1851.
SUPERIOR SUGAR CURED lIAMS and
Shoulders for sale at
May 1, 1851.—tf.
IRONS & CO'S.
MUTTON HAMS.—A superior article for
sale by IRONS & CO.
May 1, 11351.—tf.
CABINET-MAKERS furnished with Locks,
Screws, Knobs, Verneers, &c., at the shortest
notice by IRONS & CO.
. May 1, 'sl.—tf.
Extra Family Flour,
O F the celebrated Crownover Brand, for sale by
IRONS & CO.
May 1, 'sl.—tf.
XIA N I tifallable Ague Remedy (unsurpassed) of
fared to the afflicted. No cure no pay. For
sale by IRONS & Co.
GENUINE Imported Cigars always on band
and for sale at city prices by
IRONS & Co.
LETTER, Foolscap, and Wrapping paper at
very moderate prices, for subs by
IRONS & Co.
PAPER and Blank Books, of any size or quali.
ty, made to order, by applying to
IRONS & Co.
- - - -
WE would advise all gentlemen to call at
& W. Snare's Clothing Store and view their
immense and beautiful second SUMMER
STOCK just received. Everything there is
beautifully, ornamentally and systematically
arranged, and their assortment is positively
the largest, best and most attractive ever
brought to Huntingdon. They buy their cloth
ing for cash, and they sell it as cheaply as can
be afforded, with a view to a living profit.
Purchasers would do well to buy their cloth
ing at B. & W. Snare's store, as they never
fail to please in quality, lit and price.
B. Sr. W. SNARE.
May 1, 18.51'..-3t.
NEC AND POPULAR
Cmnnrehensive Summary of Universal Histo
ry, together with a Biography of Distin
guished Persons, to which is appended an epi
tome of Heathen Mythology, Natural Philoso
phy, General Astronomy and Physiology.
Adopted and used in the Public Schools of
E. S. JONES & Co., Publishers.
S. W. Corner 4th and Rare sts. Philada.
Teachers and School Committees addressing
letters to us post paid, will be furnished with
copies for examination.
A full and complete assortment of Books
and Stationary for sale at the lowest prices.
May 1,1851.—1 y
Journeyman Plasterer Wanted.
A good journeyman Plasterer will find em
ployment by applying to the subscriber, in
Alexandria, Huntingdon county.
JAMES DEA N.
May 1,1851.--3 t •
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC
WHEREAS, the Vegetable Cattle Powder,
manufaCtured by Breinig, Fronefield & Co.,
No. 137 North Third street, Philada., has ac
quired for itself a wonderful celebrity for its
many valuable medicinal qualities, and as an
agent to increase the ampunt of Fat, Milk and
Butter in the perfectly healthy animal; and
whereas, its immense popularity amongst the
Partners and Dairymen, wherever it has been
introduced, has induced several persons to get
up an imitation of our Cattle Powder, and have
taken the same language, almost word for word,
as we have in our small bills, and put on theirs.
We therefore caution all persons, Storekeepers,
Farmers and Dairy-men, against the deception
thus practiced by designing men.
The proprietors have investigated this sub
ject for years, during a long residence in the
country, and do now challenge the world to
produce anything equal to their Cattle Pow
der. They want the public to bear in mind
that their powder is theirs a/one, boasting not
of a German nor any other foreign origin.
They wish its quality (not its name) to be the
source slits value. It has already a character,
although of but about five yearn standing,
which enables it to stand upon its own merits.
Several orders have been sent to this city for
Cattle Powder, which have been filled by send
ing an article got up in imitation of our own.
We therefore say again, Storekeepers, Far
mers and Dairymen, do not buy a pound un
less you look for the name of Breinig, Frone
field & Co., written signature, on the end of
each pack, do not allow yourselves to be de
ceived; the life and health of your cattle de
pend upon this caution, as well as your inter
est.—Look out, "Vigilance is the price of se
812E1N1C.4, FRONF:FIF:LD & Co.
No. 197 N. Third st., ?hila,
May 1 - ; 1851.— , 3t .
AT THE ENLARGED STORE OF
Market Square, Huntingdon, Pa.
J-. M. informs the public generally that he
has just received, and is opening, a large and
well selected stock of
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER,
of the finest and cheapest ever brought to Hun
tingdon, consisting of every variety of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S DRESS
Of all descriptions and of the neWest styles,
consisting in part of
Gingham's, Calicoes, Barnes, Lawns, Silks,
&c.• ' Muslins, Checks, Linens, Oil Chinttes,
Linen Diapers, Bonnets of the latest styles,
Gloves, Ribbons, Laces, Handker
chiefs, and everything in the no
MEN AND BOY'S WEAR,
Embracing Cloths, Casimeres, Satinets, Sum.
tner Cloths, Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, &c,
He has also on hand a very large and general
GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, HARD
WARE, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS,
SHOES, AND GLASSWARE,
Together with all kinds of Goods generally
kept in a country store.
• _ _
A word to the wise, and my friends In par
ticular—call and see me before purchasing
elsewhere, as lam determined to give bar
Og — Please remember MAGI.TIRE'S Cheap
Store, in Market Square, Huntingdon.
April 21, 1851.
NOTICE is hereby given to nil persons inter
ested, that A. J Wigton, heretofore a mem
ber of the firm of Isett, Wigton & Co., of Rock
Hill Furnace, in the county of Huntingdon, has
this day withdrawn from said firm, having sold
his interest therein as well as his interest in the
property thereto belonging to Samuel Wigton and
R. B. Wigton, members of said firm, who are to
take the place and assume the responsibilities of
the said A. J. Wigton in said firm from this date.
A. J. WIGTON,
R. B. WIGTON.
April 17, 1851.—•
Shirleysinirg Female Seminary.
N OTICE is hereby given that sealed proper sets will be received at the store of Henry
Brewster, in the borough of Shirleyaburg, from
this time till the 26th of May next, for erect
ing Seminary buildings at or near said borough.
Plans and specifications will be made out and
can be seen by any person proposing' to erect
By order of the Trustee.,
April 21, 1831.
T HE highest market prices paid for Rugs by
IRONS & Co.
MAIIOGONY VERNEERS, very cheap, by
May 1, 'sl.—tf. IRONS & CO.
AT THE STORE OF
J. & W. SAXTON.
.1. ir W. S. have just received and are now
opening for public inspection and purchase, a
splerdid stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
We have better and cheaper Goods than can
be found at any other establishment in the
county. If you don't believe this assertion,
"just drop in," and verify it, by examining
qualities and prices.
To enumerate in detail all the articles we have
for sale, would occupy too much space in the
paper, to the exclusion of "marriages," always
so interesting to the fairer portion of our nu
merous customers. We have every desirable
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S DRESS
13:7The Ladies will not forget that their de
partment is confined to the store on the corner,
opposite Costs' Hotel.
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
A splendid assortment of the above article.
FRESH GROCERIES, of which we have the
very best, and will sell at a very small advance
on cost. Just call and (minine for yourselves.
HARDWARE AND QUEENSWARE, and
a great many other articles too numerous to
mention, all of which will be sold low for cash
or country produce.
Mr' We will receive and store (ZIP : p. r
also pay the highest market prices,ane it is ad
mitted by all to be the most convenient place to
unload Grain in and about town.
.1. &. W. SAXTON.
Huntingdon, April It, Mil.
Takes this method of announcing to his
friends ; and the public generally, that he has
leased the long established and well known
stand, lately occupiedby Col. Johnston, and
flatters himself he is prepared to accommodate
all who may honor him with a call, in the most
will always be furnished with the choisest vi
ands the market will afford, and
HIS STAB LING
Is as good as can be found in the borough.
Huntingdon, April 31, '3l.—tf.
BLACK BEAR HOTEL.
PRA ArKLIN WINKETT,
Respectfully informs the citizens of Hun
tingdon county, and all others vho may at any
time have occasion to visit or lass through
Huntingdon, that he has taken this w. 711 known
stand, and is prepared to accommodate pub
lic In the most satisfactory manner. His tta'it
vided attention will be devoted to the task of
rendering the Black Bear Hotel one of the most
pleasant stopping places in the borough, and
he most respectfully solicits a call from his
friends and the travelling public generally.
Huntingdon, April 21, '5l.
'Tis True in the place to purchase Spring and
Summer Clothing, cheaper than you can buy in the
city of Philadelphia.
The Proprietor of «CosTrme HALL," has just
arrived from the East with the largest assort
ment of Spring and Summer Clothing, suita
ble for men end boys, ever offered to the good
citizens of Huntingdon county.
He does not wish to offend his friends by of
fering to give them any artielffof Clothing they
may desire, but he win sell so cheap that it will
amount to the same thing in the end.
School Teacher Wanted.
A School Teacher is'wanted to take charge
of the Public School to commence on the 13th
clay of May next, and to continue eight
months. None but competent Teachers need
apply. JOHN LUTZ, Pres'clnt.
J.. W. WITIIINGTON, Sccy.
Shirleyshurg, April 21, 'Sl.—lt.•
Useful, Beautiful and Ornamental!!
BEGS LEAVE to inform the people of Hun
tingdon, and the rest of mankind, that lie has
bodght, brought and opened the richest, largest
and cheapest assortment of
WATCHES &, JEWEIM
ever beheld in this meridian In addition to his
unprecedented stock of Watches and Jewelry
he is just opening a most excellent variety of
miscellaneous BOOKS, as well as School
Books and STATIONARY, which he is de
termined shall be sold tower than ever sold in
Call in and see if this statement is not cor
rect. Store formerly occupied by Neff' & Mil•
137 - 01 d Gold and Silver wanted.
April 2 , 1, 1851.
SILVER SPOONS of tho latest patterns can lee
E. Snare's Jewelry Store.
SIX DOLLARS and Fifty cents for the largest
Gold Pencils, at
Ed. Snare's Jewelry Store.
LADIES Gold Pena and Pencils at tho Cheap
Corner Jewelry Store.
BOOKS and STATIONARY of all kinds at
Ed. Snare's Store.
FANCY Articles iu endless variety at
E. Snare's Store.
DORTE MONNAIES-8 or 10 different kinds;
from 25 cents to 3 dollars at
Scott's Cheap Jewelry Store.
FANS -A beautiful assortment at various prices.
Also, Card Cases, Boquet Holders, fancy En
velopes, Note Paper, and other articles expressly
for the Ladies, for sale at
Scott's Cheap Jewelry Store.
BAGLEY'S Superior Gold Pens, in gold and
silver patent extension eases, warranted to
give entire satisfhetion, for sale at
Scott's Cheap Jewelry Store.
ALLEN'S REVOLVERS, and various other
kinds of Pistols, at the lowest prices, at
Scott's Cheap Jewelry Store.
EIGHT DAY and thirty-hour brass clocks, in
beautiful mahogany and rose-wood cases war
ranted to run well, for sale at
Scott's. Cheap Jewelry Store.
GOLD PENS-8 or 10 different kind., from
62} eta. to 10 dollars, at
Seott's Cheap Jewelry Store.
HAS just received .a large and splendid as
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Which he will sell at fair and reasonable prices.
He is thankful for the very liberal patronage
he has received, and hopes to merit a continu
ance of the Same. His stock of goods consists
of every variety of
L.h'DIES 9 aND GE.N'TLEMEN'S
OP THE NEWEST STYLES;
GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, HARD•
WARE, GLASSWARE, HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS AND tiHOES;
With a fine variety of goods of every de
scription. _ _
Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oats, Flour, Cloverseed
and Flaxseed, Butter, Eggs, &c., &c.; &e., ta
ken in exchange for goods.
U"Cnil and examine my goods
April 10, 1851.
Boars AND SHOES;
A large assortment or good qualities, just ro
LEVI WESTBROOK'S STORE.
THE subscriber has just received a large as
sortment of the best quality of BOOTS and
SHOES. His stock consists in part of a good
Gentlemen's Fine Boots, Gentlemen's Con
gress Gaiter's and Oxford Ties; Ladies'
Congress, Buskin, and Side Half Gai
ters; Ladies' Jenny Lind Buskin, Kid
and Enamel Boots; Ladies Enamel
Ties, Enamel Welt Buskins, Car
pet Slippers, and Patent Leather
Together with a first rate quality of Children's
Shoes of all kinds and all sizes—all of which I
will sell low for cash.
Thankful for past favors I respectfully in
vite an axamination of my new stock, and a
continuance of a share of public patanaxe.
April 24, 1851.
N. R.—Those of my customers • who are in
debted to me are requested to call and settle up
Estate of ELISHA S. GREEN, late of Spring
field township, Huntingdon county, dec'd.
LETTERS Testamentary having been gran
ted to the undersigned on the estate of the said
deceased, all persons knowing themselves in ,
debted will please make immediate payment,
and those having claims Will please present
thßm properly authenticated for settlement.
MARY GREEN, Executrix.
April 'al, 1851.
lleNTlgooN MARBLE WORKS.
THE subscriber has pw•chaseil the entire inter
est of R. G. STEWART, in the Huntingdon Mar
ble Works, and would respectftaly announce that
ho has on hand a large and well ;Assorted lot of
of MARBLE, which lie offers to the citizens
of Huntingdon and adjoining counties, at prices
which cannot Mil to suit all who may want either
M()NUMENTS, IMBS, HEAD AND FOOT
STONES, or any work usually 110110 in an estab •
liniment of this kind. Persons wishing any work
in his line, woulddo well to give the subscriber a
call as he is determined not to be outdone by any
other establishment, either in material or work-
tanship, on the Juniata.
, Iter The establishment has been removed to
the shop formerly occupied by Mr. Hawkins, near
the Railroad Watering Station.
Cr The subscriber will collect all accounts
due the firm and pay all debts of the same, the
accounts being left in his hands.
It'Jour G. SrEwAnr will continue to act as
agent fur the concern.
Huntingdon, April 24, 1851.-3 m.
K. K. NEFF, M. D.,
HAVING located himself in WARRIOIISMARK,
in this couhty, would respectfully oiler his
professional services to the citizens of that place
and the country adjacent.
J. B. Loden, M. D. Gen. A. P. Wilson,
M. A. Henderson, " Wm. P. Orbison, Esq.
J. H. Dorsey, " Hon. James Gwinn,
M. Stewart, " John Scott, Esq.
Hon. George Taylor.
Jacob M, Gamin, M. D., Alexandria.
John M'Culloch, " Petersburg.
LETTERS Testamentary have been granted
to the subscriber upon the estate of Jacob
Mattern, senior, late of Franklin township,
deceased. All persons having clitims against
said estate will present them properly authen
ticated, and those who are indebted are request
ed to make immediate payment.
W. J. MATTERN, Exee'r.
Franklin tp., Hunt. co., April 17, 18.51.--Ot.
R. A. MILLER,
gIiIIiZMOIT I 11111VID
N. 13. AU operations Warranted,
Huntingdon & Broad Top Railroad.
moTicE is hereby given that the undersign
-ed, Commissioners, will meet at the Court
House in the borough of Huntingdon on Tues
day the 13th day of May next, A. D. 1851, to
devise such plans, and take such measures as
will most certainly insure the construction and
completion of the above Railroad, under the
provisions of the Charter.
The Books to receive subscriptions to the
Corporate Stock of said Railroad will be again
opened on that day at the said place, and will
be kept open at such times and places as the
said Commissioners shall then appoint, until
the whole of the Capital Stock is subscribed.
Land holders on Broad Top, in Woodcock
Valley, Morrison's Cove, citizens of the bor
oughs of Bedford and Huntingdon, and all per
sons who have or feel an interest in the success
of this Railroad, are respectfully invited to at
THOMAS FISHER, ISAAC COOK,
A. P. WILSON, JOS. CRISMAN,
DAVID BLAIR, JOHN KERR,
LEVI EVANS, ALEX. KING,
JOHN 0. 'YILES, JAMES SAXTON,
lAC. CRESS WELL, MTT. M. PEEBLES,
JOHN M'CAHAN, JAS. ENTREKIN,
April 10, 1051.--tt.
LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post
office at Hunting for the Quarter ending April
I, 1851 :
B Looskan Martin 2
Boggs Jacob M
'tartlet T 2 Mosser Elias 3
Bnrntz Chas. Morgan Thomas
Bolinger Miss Margaret Myers Harriet B
Doughy Andrew Montgomery Albert
Brown Jn'o 1) Morgan Wm
C Miller Jacob II
Corr 6r Dennis John Moore ThOmas Esq
Cobb Wm P Est Mclean Wm
Charlton Dr S 1 9 Mytinger Henry B
Cowed Samuel M'Coy A II
Campbell Jno Martin Isaac
Carter Robert • • Menningstar Adam
Cummins Jno Esq Morriion Margret
Corbin Jno M'Ateer Mathew
Crofton Barnard Mann Wm M Reg 2
Campbell Robert E Millet Sarah H
Culp George Mattson G W Esq.
Crouch Andrew Esq Morrison Rade' B •
Cunningham John It Martin Mrs Jane
D Mulcannary Maurice
Dornnn Maegret Poor Directors Render=
Dougherty Jno son, Springfield
Donaldson J Esq Patterson Jno J Hog
Deamit Hannah Purviance L
Dodson Thomas Parks George 2
Dolan Bridget Pattererson Saint
Dinsmore Austin Esq It
'Daily Miss Nancy Robison John
Dennis Chas Rosenburg Geo
Dodson Silas Riegle Miss Julian
E Roberts Miss Mary
Erek Harry S
Edinger John Stewart Miss Margret
Eicholtz Geo Stilwell James
Evans Miss Elisabeth Swine Geo Esq •
Elletts James Stewart John S
Evans Thomas Smith Catharine
F Scott Huev
Fitzgerald Maurice, Sheesley David
Fang,liner Jas Stewart Eminger
Famen Thomas Schmids Lewis
Fritzinger Frank Stafford Sarah
Fulton Alexander Scally Bernard
Foote Jas Sloan Rachel
Fry Jno Sellers Barbara
Fleming Jhn Smith Wm R 2
G Simpson Alexander M.
Green Miss 111 Sparks George
Garven Mr Snyder Abraham
Glasgo Jas E Sadder T
George F AI Esq Smith Caleb H
Geo J T Esq Smith Peter
Green Miss Sarah A Sloan Jno H
Green Robert S Steelier Rev A D
Gauthan Thomas Sellers George
Goodman Elizabeth Stryker Wm Master
Glenn Nancy Smith Thomas.
Garven Ant h ony T
II Toole Charley
Hipwell Saml Thomas Rev Jno F
Hoek Miss Sarah Thomas Jas •
Harker Samuel . Thompson Wesley
Harnish Christian Tate Wm Esq
Hutson Mr Esq Thomas John
Hollingshead Mrs Jane Taylor & Donaldson
Hamilton Hugh Thompson John
Hazzard Catharine Than Jno
Hays° Wm M NV
J Williams J Esq
Irons George NVentrode Doe Jno II 2
Jarvis Thomas Esq Wilson James
losbum Joshua Wilson Rev Wm H
K Wallace Edward Esq
Kyloy Mhomas Wilson James Esq
Kissel Frederick Whittaker Miss Eliza
Kelly Patrick Wilson Benjamin°
L Welsh Jacob
Leathes Mrs Wadner Michael
Leo Henry Wolfkill Jno W
Jas as Winn Wm
Long 0 iilmi v
Lutz Semi Esq Yaw Mrs Elizabeth 2
Persons calling for letters on the above list will
please say they are advertised.
Two cents in addition to the regular post
age charged on advertised letters.
PETER C. SWOOPE, P. M.
Notice of Administration.
Estate of JAMES CLARK; deceased.
NOTICE is hereby giVen that letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of James Clark,
late of the borough of Huntingdon, deceased,
have been this day granted by the Register of
Huntingdon county to the subscriber, residing
in said borough—all persons having claims
against the estate of said decedent are request
ed to make known the same to me without de
lay and those indebted to said estate will make 1 1
immediate payment to me.
ELIZABETH S. CLARK,
Huntingdon, March 27,—ap. 3, 1851.—at.
Birmingham Female Seminary,
THE fifth semi-annual term of this institu
tion will commence on Wednesday, the
23rd of April, instant.
The liberal patronage which this school has
heretofore received encourages the proprietors
and friends of female education to expect, by
proper effort, to make it both a permanent and
important institution. And in hope of accom
plishing this, vigorous efforts are making for
the erection of a large and commodious build
ing, ' , Mich is expected to be ready for occupan
cy by the opening of the winter term.
For the present session a number of boarders
can be accommodated in the family of the Prin
cipal and others will find good accommodation
in private families in the village at reasonable
No pains will be spared to sustain the grow
ing reputation of this institution. And the
Principal hopes, with the assistance of compe
tent female teachers, to render it in all respects
worthy of patronage. For terms refer to
REV. ISRAEL WARD,
April, 3,'L1.-3m.] Principal.
Dissolution of Partnership.
/THE Partnership heretoforeexistinw between
Greenberry Dorsey & James Maguire, of
the borouzh of Huntingdon, was this day dis
solved by mutual consent. The accounts of
the firm will be settled byJ. Maguire, who will
continue the busineseat the same stand. Those
indebted to the firm will please to make pay
ment, and those having claims will present
them for settlement.
Huntingdon, April 1,-17,'51.
Umbrellas & Parasols.
SELLING OFF CHEAP
HAVING decided to quit the business, I pro
pose to sell my Stock at very low prices.
It embraces the newest and most desirable
styles. You are invited to call and examine.
WM. H. RICHARDSON,
No. 101, Market Street,
April 3,'51.—:m.] Philadelphia
CORN BROOMS, Constantly on
PAINTED BUCKETS, hand at Manufbe-
CEDAR WARE, ' turers' prices by
WILLOW BASKETS, M. &J. M. ROWE
BRISTLE BRUSHES, ' 11l N. and street,
TWINES & CORDAGE, 3 doors below
MATS, MATCHES, Race at.
WOODEN WARE, &c., &c. , Philadelphia.
Feb. 6. 1851.
Splendid Stock of New and MO
Watches, Clocks, & Jewelry,
At Phiadelplgia Prices:
' J. T. Scott bus just received from Philadelphia
and is now opening a new and very large assort
ment of Gold and Silver Watches,B day and thir
ty hoar Clocks, Jewelry, and a great variety of
other articles, which he is enabled to sell at rates
much lower than usual. Quick sales and small
profits" is his motto, the proof of whirl, will he
found on examinitighis excellent ngsortment
April 10th 'sl.—tf
LETTERS of Administration on the Estate .
of AD AM GA RNER, :ate of Penn township,
Huntingdon county, dec'd, having been granted
by the Register of Huntingdon county to the
undersigned, all persons having claims against
the estate of the said deceased ere requested to
pregent them duly authenticated for settlemen;
end all persons indebted to said estate will make
payment without delay to
Penn township, Ap. 3, '5l-6t.] Administrator.
Estate of SAMUEL M'KINSTRY, late 67
Shirley township, Htintingdon Co., dee'd.
LETTERS Testamentary having been grant
ed to the undersigned on the Estate of said de
ceased, all persons knowing themselves indebt
ed will please make immediate payment, and
those having claims will present them properly
authenticated to JOHN MIUNSTRY,
Shirley township, March 27, 1811.1.-6 t.
TILE Subscribers to the Birmingham Female
Seminary will take notice that they are re
mit-red to pay td thr 'Treasurer, James Clarke,
in Birmingitani, Huntingdon county, Pa., an in
stalment of ten per centum on the amount sub
scribed by each to the Capital Stock in the said
Seminary, on the 10th day of April, instant,
and on the lath day of each suiceeeding t;nonth.
ISRAEL W. WARD;
April 3, 1851-tr.
IN vie WHOLE Wm.!
UV' Price $1 per Dottie, or Sir Donlon for 85.
It Is now put up In . IPIART BOTTLES, of the
same pouter andentedieal efficacy FM when hl smell bottles.
Each lingo beide contains SIXTV.FOIIIt DOSES,
and the medications are so Strongly Concentrated
tllet only One TaidesPeonfal it taillike(' at a Dore—t bree
times a day—thus one hello Mats Twenty-One 'layer,
which is much longer than a bottle of any other medicine
lasts, because there is required of this e leer quantity
The great Superiority of tide Blood Purifier over all
other medirtnes, runslxte in r used measure in its pot,
sessing as e part of Its compound, the powerful Medical
Virtues of gloom Scarce end Rare
Indian Roots and Barks,
which no other medicine posselsee. These are the most stet
lain Purifiers of the Bioo4l that were ever known th
either Indian or white man. sud these being compounded with
the etrongly.concentrated Eztracts of
Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock,
CHERRY AND SASSAFRAS BARKS,
muke this Vegetable Extract, not only the greatest
Blood Purifier, but also, a cheaper medicine by
;17.760:1 1 111nu1 may 9 a akiVtit heir 'arty.SikicVll del
mites longer, end will cure Tea Times more Blood.
disease, than One Dollar's worth of any other medicine.
• i For undoubted proof of the L'ures of
Riald.tread, Erysipelas, Salt-Rheum, Rheumatism, Syphilts.
Eruption, Pimples on the Face, LfieettWOMPlninPes
Pile, Lumbago, Cancerous Veer, Ctistiveneme, bore
Ers. Dyspepsia, Patna in the Shie, Breast, Bones. and
Jou.and ALL centre lowear-lhoon DISEASES, see oar
PA3IPIII.DTS and 'Hattelbillt—everg Agent him , them to
For sale by I'. K. SIMOST4,N, Huntingdon; J.
N. Swoops, Alexandria; J. Lutz, Shirleysburg
.1. & J. Kelly Burnt Cabin ; James • Kelly ; Santa
Fe; and by Merchants aud•Druggists gennemlly:
All orders must be addressed to Wallace &,
304 Broadway, New Yorr, Jan. 30, '5l.
Dissolution of Partnership.
H. K. NEFF & R. A. MILLER, havingfot
some time been engaged in the Watch & Jew
elry business, in HuntingdOri, have tlas day dip! ,
solved by mutual consent. Desiring to settle
up their business us soon as possible, they
would invite all who are indebted to them, ei
ther by note or book account to call and settle
IMMEDIATELY, and those having claims will
present them for payment.
The books will be in the hands of one of the
undersigned at his office in Main Street.
11. K. NEFF,
R. A. MILLER,
April 1,-10, lbol.-3c
Something Superior, Convenient, Safe, and
I have purchased the right for the county of
Huntingdon, in the State of Pennsylvania, to use
a Patent Sash Lock or stopper, invented by
William E. Arnold of Rochester, 'Monroe coun
ty, New York, which is neat, safe, convenient,
cheap, and superior to any article of the kind
.yet invented or used. IVA it sash can be
raised ftom below or let down from above or
both at once if required. It is constructed that
it cannot be put out of order, and when the win
dow is closed it is a perfect lock. A modal will
be exhibited to show how it works. A number
of the citizens of this place (Huntingdon) hate
already the locks attarhad to their window sash.
It will also answer for cupboard and parlor
doors, and the windoWs of Railroad passenger
cars, and mail) , other places. The neatness,
durability, convenience, cheapness and safety,
makes it preferable to any thing of the kind ev
er yet invented far the tine for which they are
intended. Any person wishing to have such
locks or stoppers put to their window sash, will
THEOPHILUS 11. HOFFMAN,
Care of Doctor Jacob Hoffman,
N. B. My obligations bind me to remain or
operate within the limits of the county of Hun
tingdon as it existed before Blair county was
stricken off, and also gives me the privilege to
put in said locks in any part of said county should'
any part be stricken off during the period of the
patent. (Patent secured Feb. ?Bth 18510
April 3.-1. m.] T. D. IL
SHAD, CODFISH, • Constantlyonhand and .
for sale by
HERRINGS, T.PALMER & Co.,
PORK, Market Street Wharf,
HAMS AND SIDES,
LARD AND CHEESE,
Philad'a, Feb. 27, 1851.-3 m.
M. BUEHLER & BRO.. No. 195 Market
street, Philadelphin,2 doors below sth street,
offer for sale, HARDWARE in all its varie
ties, at low prices. Call aasl see before yen
buy. Look for the Red Lettered Mill Saw.
Philad. Feb. 20, 1851.-3 m.