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Kentucky Whig State Convention—the
LOUISVILLE, Feb. 25.—The Kentucky
Whig State Convention, met at Frankfort
yesterday, but the attendance was not
large. The Convention passed a series of
resolutions endorsing the compromise mea
sures of the last Cougrese, and recommend
ing to the Whig National Convention, the
nomination of Millard Fillmore for the
Presidency. The Convention selected elec
tors, and also appointed delegates to the
Whig National Convention, at the same
time recommending that it should be hold
The Louisville Courier of this morning,
comes out strongly for Gen. Scott for the
Presidency, and James C. Jones, of Tenn.,
for Vice President, contending that tioket
will win, while Mr. Fillmore will be de
feated, and is not certain even of carrying
[ SECOND DESPATCH.]
LOUISVILLE, Fob. 25.—The delegates
to the Whig State Convention contend
that it was not intended that Mr. Fillmore
should be recommended to the Whig Na
tional Convention for the Presidency by
that body. The matter was fully discuss
ed in the Convention, and a compromise
was finally effected, by agreeing to a re
solution simply endorsing Mr. Fillmore's
course as President. The resolution as
adopted is as follows :
Resolved, That Millard Fillmore,
treading as ho has done in the foot-steps of
Washington, both in his strict observance
of good faith towards foreign nations, at
the same time that he has promptly assert
ed and maintained our own rights, and ta
king oare that the laws should be all faith
fully executed at home, has entitled him
self to the gratitude and confidence of the
people of the United States, as a wise
Statesman of such approved prudence, ex
perience, firmness and wisdom as would
unite the entire Whig vote of Kentucky."
Opening of the Pennsylvania Canal.
HARRISBURG, Fob. 24.—The Canal
Board at their meeting this morning, pass
ed a resolution for opening the Canals on
the 12th of March. The following is an
extract from the journal :
Resolved, That the Supervisors on the
Main Line of Canal be directed to open
their respective divisions for navigation on
the 12th of March.
Destructive Fire in Vermont—Seven Lo-
Nottntrismn, Vt., Feb. 26.—A de
structive fire occurred here last evening,
destroying the machine shop, engine house
and seven locomotives, belonging to the
Vermont Central Itailroad Company. The
engine house, recently etected, was saved.
The building was insured at Montpelier.—
'lie locomotives destroyed have been in
use from one to four years. The business
of the road will not be interrupted by the
calamity. The loss to the company Is es
timated at $50,000.
PUILADELPUIA, JAIL 21, 1852.
Floor per bbl. $4 50
White Wheat per bushel 1 02
fled do 92
Cloverseed 4 94
On Tuesday tho 24th ult., by Rev. W.
R. Mills, Mr, SAMUEL SILKNITTEIt to
Miss ANN, daughter of Thomas Miller,
Esq., all of Barree township, Huntingdon
On the 26th tilt., by Rev. L. P. Hawes,
MT. CALM) ARMITAGE to Min MARY
MooRE, all of this county.
In this vicinity on the 10th ult. i Mrs
ELIZABETH BEST, aged 82 years.
KING k MOORHEAD,
AND DEALERS IN
BACON, PRODUCE, AND PITTSBURGH
No. 23 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH.
Particular attention paid to the sale of Blooms
and l'ig Metal, and Caau advances made.
The summer session of this Institution will
commence on the last Wednesday of April, and
will continue five months. There will be no in
termission in July as heretofore. It is important
that students come before Wednesday, as it is
our rule to begin the exercises of the school
punctually on that day.
The terms are very low; the whole ;expense,
Including board, washing, tuition, Ste., not ex
ceeding $45 per session. Catalogues containing
particulars can be had by addressing.
J. 11. W. McGINNES, Principal.
Shade Gap, March 4, 1852.-Bw.
The semiannual exhibition of the students of
Milnwood Academy will take place on Tuesday
the 30th of March. Tho exercises will commence
at 1 o'clock P. M.
The anniversary address to the Literary Soci
eties will be delivered on the same day at 10
o'clock A. M.
The parents and friends of the students parti q
Wady, and all interested in the Institution, or 'in
the cause of education generally, are respectfully
invited to attend. J. H. W. MeGINNES.
To the Honorable the Judges of the court of
Quarter' Sessions of Huntingdon county at April
The petition of Joseph Forrest of the borough
of Petersburg in the snid county, respectfully
showed' that ho continues to occupy in the said
borough, that large and commodious house, now
and heretofbre occupied by hint as a house of
public entertainment, and is desirous of continu
ing to keep a public house there. He therefore
prays the court to grant him a license to keep a
public house at the place aforesaid for the ensuing
year. JOSEPH FOHHEST.
March 4, 1852.
The subscribers citizens of the borough of Po
, tersburg in the county of Huntingdon certify, that
the Inn or tavern, proposed to be kept by the said
Joseph Forrest at the place aforesaid is necessary
to accommodate the public and entertain Stran
gers and travellers, and that the said Joseph For
rest is of good repute for honesty and temperance,l
and is well provided with house room and conve
niences for the accommodation of strangers and
Jno. R. Hewer, H. Orlady, Geo. W. Car
swell, Joseph Johnston, Jno. P. Murphy, Hen
ry Neville, H. A. Wakefield, Jonathan Isen
burg, William Temple, Wm. B. Megahan, Bar
nabas Zigler Sen., Thomas Kyler, John 11. Rit
ter, Geo. W. Whitaker.
To the Honorable the Judges of the court of
quarter Session of Huntingdon county, ut April
'rlie Petition of Robert Kyle of the township
of Brady (at Mill Creek) in said county, respect
fully sheweth; that he has rented the well known
Brick House lately occupied by James Hampson,
as a public house of entertainment; and the said
Robert Kyle wishes and intends to continue said
public house. Ho therefore prays your honors
to grant him a license to keep a public house at
the place aforesaid for the ensuing year. And ho
will pray. ROBERT KYLE.
March 4 , 1852.
The subscribers citizens of the township of Bra
dy, in the county of Huntingdon recommend
the above petitioner, and certify that the Inn or
tavern above mentioned, is necessary to accommo
date the public and entertain strangers or travel
lers; and that the petitioner above mentioned is
of good repute for honesty and temperance, and
is well provided with house room and conveni
ences for the lodging and accommodations of
strangers and travellers.
Siam' G. Simpson, J. R. Hampson, Isaac
Witman, E. L. Plowman, Benjamin Platt, Sam
uel Shaver, Samuel I'. Foster, Robert Manson,
Frances Holler, Thomas B. Miller, Christain
Miller, Benjamin Yoder, Jesse Yocum, Dickson
Hull. James McDonald, Thus. H. Morrison, Mar
tin Getz, Adam Hower, John W. Watson.
Shirleysburg Female Seminary.
The Summer Term of this institution will com
mence on the first Tuesday of May.
The Seminary buildings arc good, and delight
fully situated in the peaceful and pleasant village
of Shirleysburg; and possess ample grounds tor
pleasure and exercise. _
This Institution has been in successful opera
tion since last fall, and is designed to be perma
nent, The Principal and Trustees are determin
ed that every thing shall be done, which is required
to make it compare favorably with similar insti
tutions of a high order.
The year is divided into two sessions of 22
weeks each, eleven weeks constituting a quarter.
TERMS.—Boarding and Lodging $1,50 per
week. Tuition $4,00 and $5,00 per quarter. In
strumental Music, Fancy Work, Painting and
Drawing; together with Latin and French, a sop•
No deduction in charge except in case of sick.
It is very important that those who intend en
tering the Seminary the coming term, should be
present the first day of the session.
J. CAMPBELL, Principal.
Shirleysburg, March 4, 1812.—Ist may.
To the creditors of the Huntingdon, Cambria and
Indiana Turnpike Road Company.
That the Court of Huntingdon county on the
13th.Fehruary, 1852, directed to he paid to cred
itors, three and one half per cent. on the amount
of their claims, on which former dividends have
been declared, which I will pay on the presenta
tion of their certificates of deposit, by themselves
or their agents„___
JOHN S. 'SEW, Sequestrator.
Spruce Creek, March 4, 1852.
"Hollidaysburg .Register" and Whig paper Eb
ensburg, will please insert the above three times
and charge this office..
Estate of JOHN P. DORSEY, late of the bor•
ough of Huntingdon, dec'd.
Notice is hereby given that letters of adminis
tration have been granted to the subscriber on the
estate of John P. Dorsey, deceased, therefore all
persons knowing themselves indebted to said es
tate will snake immediate payment, and those
having claims against said estate will present
them properly authenticated for settlenient.
JAMES OWES, Attar.
Mardi 4,1852.-6 t
. iIOGANY and Walnut Veneers, for sale
A.'. et the new store of
CIGARS, wholesale and farad; at the now store
of BRICKER & LENNEY..
&date of L CA" KELS7'Elt,krte of Spring
field :Winship, Ihinlinyeion to., dec'd.
Notice is hereby given that letters of adminis
tration have been granted to the subscriber on the
above estate; thereibre all persons knowing them
selves indebted to said estate will make immedi
ate payment, and those having claims will present
them for settlemeht.
BENEDICT STEVENS, Admr.
Feb. 26, 1852.-6. •
Having concluded to leave Huntingdon, I have
placed in the hands of Col. S. S. Wharton all my
professional papers, in whose übitity 0120 integrity
I have full confidence, and have also franofered
and assigned to him all my notes, and accounts,
for his own use. A. K. CORN YN,
Huntingdon, Feb. 26, 1852.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
David Friedley, either by note or book account,
aro hereby notified that they must call and nettle
their respective nebulas on or before the lot day
of April, otherwise they will be placed in the
hands of an officer for collection.
Feb. 26, 1852.
LIST NOTICE !
All persons indebted to Nell & Miller by . note
or book account, are requested to call on the an•
dersigned and make payment before the April
Court. By so doing you will save cost.
R. A. MILLER.
Huntingdon, Feb. 26, 1852.
SIX DOLLARS and Fifty coats for the largest
Gold Pencils, at
SIIIII.IAN Jewelry Stoic
HUNTINGDON COUNTY, SS.
of Pennsylvania, to the widow and heirs of Simon
Smalley late of Shirley township, Huntingdon
On the petition of Peter Etneir, and Elisabeth
Etneir, formerly Elisabeth Smalley, a legatee tin
der the Will of Lewis Smalley, late of Shirley
township, deed, at an Orphan's Court of Hun
tingdon at November term 1851, a citation Was
granted oft the widow and legal representatives
of said deed, to come into•said Court, and show
cause why the real estate devised to the said Si
mon Smalley, dee'd, by the last will and testa
ment of Lewis Smalley, dee'd, should not be sold
for the payment of one third of the legacy, be
queathed to the Petitioner (Elisabeth Etncir) by
the last will and testament of Lewis Smalley,
deed, or why the payment of said legacy should
not he enforced, and whereas the said citation was
returned to the present Tern], by the Sheriff of
said county, stating that the parties named in said
writ, was not in his bailiwick. Whereupon, on
motion of William P. Orbison, Esq., the Court
awarded an alias citation, on the said parties, and
directed the same to be published iu one paper
published in Huntingdon county. All persons
interested arc hereby notified to come into said
Court on Monday the 12th day of April next, and
chew cause If any you have, and abide the order
and decree of said -Court.
WM. 13. ZEIGLER, Sheriff.
Huntingdon, Feb. 26, 1852. 1
To the heirs and legal representatives of PRIMP
SHULTZ, lateof the borough of Hun-
In pursuance of a 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 Philip
Shultz deed was seized, situate in Henderson
township, Huntingdon county, on the premises,
on Saturday the 27th day of March 1852, when
and where all persons interested may attend.
WM. B. ZEIGLER, Sheriff,
Huntingdon, Feb. 26, '52.-4t t
To the Honornble the Judges of the Court of
Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the county of
Huntingdon, the petition of Isaac Aslitou res
Thai'your petitioner occupies a commodious
house situated in the village of Cussville iu thel
township of Cass and county aforesaid, which is
well calculated for a public house of entertainment
and from its neighborhood and situation is suitable
as well as necessary for the accommodation of the
public, and the entertainment of strangers and
travellers. That be is well provided with stabling
for horses and all conveniences necessary for the
entertainment of strangers and travellers. He
therefore respectfully prays the Court to grant
hint a license to keep an Inn or public house of
entertainment there: and your petitioner will
pray, d•c, ISAAC ASHTON.
Feb. 26, 1852.
We the undersigned citizens of the township of
Cass, aforesaid, being personally acquainted with
Isaac Ashton, the above named petitioner, and
also 'raving a knowledge of the house for which
the license is prayed, do hereby certify that such
house is necessary to accommodate the public and
entertain strangers or travellers; that lie is a per
son of good repute for honesty and temperance,
and that he is well provided with house room and
conveniences for the lodging and accommadation
of strangers sad travellers. We therefore beg
leave to recommend him for a license agreeably
' to his petition
Isaac Ilcifuer, A. W. Clarkson, P. D. Stevens,
1 N. Miller, John S. Gehrett, 11. L. Brown, Robert
Speer, Andrew Park, Lemuel Green, George
Mierley, Isaac Brumbaugh, Lewis Stever, Benj.
Fink, Jacob Gehrett.
Valuable Real Estate
In pursuance of an order of the Orphan's Court
of Huntingdon county will be exposed to Public
Sale, on the premises, on Saturday the 20th day
of ➢larch, 1852, the undivided interest (being
the one third) of Arabell Vandevander, a minor
child of Abraham Vandevander, late of Brady
township, deed. in the following real estate,
A certain plantation situate on both sides of
the Pennsylvania Canal, and Odle Pennsylvania
Rail Road, about seven miles East of the borough
of Huntingdon, and two miles East of the Village
of Mill Creek, in Brady township,
lands of Gen. James Irvin on the East, the Ju
niata river us the south, land of James Entrekin
on the west, and land of Andrew Wise, on the
north, containing about Two Hundred Acres,
more or less, having thereon a two story log house
and kitchen, a large trame barn, with stone ate-'
bling underneath, a waggon shed and corn cribs,
a stone spring house, a smoke and drying house,
a cider mill and press, and other improvements.
About seventy acres of this land is cleared and
in a good state of cultivation, and a considerable
portion of the residue is well timbered.
TERMS OF SALE.--One third of the pur
chase money to be paid ou the confirmation of
the sale. One third thereof in one year thereof
ter, with interest, and the remaining one third at
and immediately after the death of the widow of
said dec'd, the interest of which third payment to
be paid to the said widow, annually and regular
ly during her life, the whole to be secured by the
bonds tad mortgage of the purchaser. Sale to
commence at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at
tendance will be given by
JACOB MILLER, Guardian &c.
N. B. At the same time and place, the inter
est of the undersigned, the widow and other heirs
of said dee'd. will be exposed to sale, upon the
terms above stated, end upon confirmation of the
said minors interest we will join with the said
Guardian in a Deed, conveying the whole of said
land. REBECCA VANDEVANDER,
MARGARET ANN KESSLER,
I' F. KESSLER,
Feb'. 26, 1852—ts.
Estate of DAVID
. I:lE..4KE,,l2 t leyf of borough
of Shirlessburg, dec'd.
Letters of administration have been grunted to
the undersigned, upon the estate of said doted;
all persons knowing themselves indebted are re
quested to make immediate payment, and those
having claims will present than properly authen
ticated for settlement.
CATIIARINE FREAKEIk, Adm'x.
GEORGE EI3EY, Adm'r.
Feb. 26, 1858,—fit.•
The undersigned Auditor appointed by the Or
phan's Court of Huntingdon county, to ascertain
and repute: Me flihttl akainiti the rear estate of
Jos. Parsons, late of Toll township, Huntingdon
county, dee'd, and to distribute the proceeds df
sale of the said real estate to and among the lien
creditors of said deed, will attend for that pur
pose at his office in the borough of Huntingdon,
on Saturday the 27th day of Miksch next, when
and where all persons interested can attend.
JAMES STEEL, Auditor.
Huntingdon, Feb, 2t, 1852.
7 - -
For sale, or Rent.
The Farm, on which I at present reside nearly
opposite the Borough of I!un.timirni.
To the Ilonorables, the Judges of the Court of
Quarter Sessions of the peace for the county of.
The petition of John 0: Stewart respectfully
showeth: that your petitioner has rented the
house heretoftne kept as a pUblic house of enter
tainment, chanted in the tillage of Saulshurg, in
the tOwnship of Barree; that he is well pit:tided
with stabling for horses and all conveniences ne
cessary Ibr the entertainment of strangers and
travellers, ho therefore respectfully prays the
Court to grant him a license to keep an Inn or
public house of entertainment there, and your
petitioner will pray, &d.
Feb. 19, '59. JOHN 0 STEWART.
We the undersigned citizens of• Barred town
ship. aforesaid, being personally acquainted with
John G. Stewart, the above named petitioner, end
also having a knowledge of the house for which
the license is prayed, do hereby certify that such
house is.necessary to accommodate the public and
entertain strangers and travellers, and that he is
a person of good repute for honesty and temper
ance; that he is well provided with house room
for the lodging and accommodation of strangers
and travellers. We therefore beg leave to re
commend him for a license agreeable to his peti
Samuel Coen, Thomas Bell, Silas A. Cress
well, Job Slack, James Forrest, Jas McGregor,
John Harper, Gilbert Cheney, Christian Nigh
tal, John Hirst, Peter Livingston, George Bell.
The undersigned, appointed Auditor by the Or
phans' Court, to distribute the fund in the hands
of James l'erry, Administrator of William Baum,
Into of Tyrone township, Huntingdon (now Blair)
county, deed., to and among those entitled to
the Rune, will attend for that purpose at his office
in the borough of Huntingdon, on Thursday the
11th day of March next, when and where all per
sons interested can attend.
JACOB MILLER, Auditor.
Huntingdon, Feb. 19, 1852.
Tho undersigned, appointed Auditor by tho
Court, to distribute the fund in the hands of Wm.
B. Ziegler, Sheriff; arising from the sale of the
personal property of Lindley Iloopes, to and
among those entitled to the some, will attend for
that purpose at his office, in the borough of Hun
tingdon, on Monday the 15th day of March next,
when and where all persons interested can at
tend. JACOB MILLER, Auditor.
Huntingdon, Feb. 19, 1852.
knowing themselvest y lir to
please Maguire will
call and have their several accounts satisfactorily
adjusted, without regard to persons. By attend
ing to this notice will save further trouble and
expense. JAMES MAGUIRE.
Huntingdon, Feb. 12, 1852.
Notice to Tavern Keepers.
NOTICE is hereby given to the keepers of Inns
and Taverns within the county of Hunting
don, that the Judges of the Court of Quarter Ses
sions of said county, enjoin upon the keepers of
such Inns and Taverns that they close their res
pective bars on the Sabbath, and refrain from
selling or dealing out liquors on that day ; nd
the licenses of such persons as shall disregard this
injunction will be revoked forthwith agreeably to
the Act of Assembly in such case made and pro
vided upon the fact of such violation coming to
the knowledge of the Court.
By the Court, 24th Jun. 1852.
THEO. 11. CREMER, Clerk.
Feb. 12, 1852.
Orphans' Court Sale.
In pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court
of Huntingdon county, the undersigned Execu
tors of Peter Swoope, dec'd., will expose to pub
lic sale, on the premises, on Saturday the 13th
day of !Verdi next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., the fol
lowing described real estate, of which (cuter olio)
the said Peter Swoop° died seized, to wit: A.
House and Lot of ground in the borough of Hun
tingdon, being the whole of Lot No. 22 in the re
corded plan of said borough, and part of Lot No.
21, in said plan, adjoining a lot of Wm. I'. Orbi
son on the east, and that part of lot No. 21 owned
by David Blair, Esq., ou the west, fronting on
Bill street, and extending back to Washington
street, having thereon a large two story house, a
carriage home and other buildings.
TERMS.—One third of the purchase money to
be paid on the confirmation of the sale, and the
residue in two equal annual payments thereafter
with interest from the confirtnation, to be secured
by the bonds and mortgage of the purchaser.
WM. SWOOPS, 5 Executors.
Feb. 12, 1852.-4 t.
Estate of GIME:MURRY Dominic, late of the
borough of Huntingdon, doted.
Letters of administration having been granted
on the said estate by the Register of Huntingdon
county to tho undersigned, all persons indebted
are hereby notified to make immediate payment,
and those having claims will present them proper
ly authenticated fur settletnont.
ELIZA 1). DORSEY,
JOHN F. McCAIIAN,S .Adnfro.
Huntingdon, Fob. 12, 1852.-14.
The undersigned Auditor appointed by the Or
phans' Court of Huntingdon county, to distribute
the balance remaining iu the hands of Jacob Mil
ler, Trustee appointed by said Court, to make
sale, &c., of the real estate of John Miller, Esq.,
late of the borough of Huntingdon, dec'd, amongst.
those entitled to receive the same, hereby gives
notice that ho will attend for the purpose afore
said on Friday the sth day of March next at 2
at his oflicu in said borough, when
and when all persons interested can attend if they
JOHN REED, Auditor,
Feb. 12, I852:-4t.
TO Owners of Unpatented Lands.
Take notice that the act of Assembly pussdd
the 10th day of April 1835 entitled an act to gra
duate lands on which money is due and unpaid
to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and said
act having expired on the 15th day of December
last by limitation, has now been extended to the
lot day of February t 853, of which all interested
ROBERT smr, • Com're
Hunt. Fob. 5, 1852.—Zim.
ILS,GLUE, TURPENTINE, Sited, Paints,
Paint Brushes, Sand' paper &c. & &c., at the
cheap stote a BRICKER & LENNEY.
TIP UTTER, Eggs,. Rugs, Lard, Clover Seed,
..c./ Grain, Potatoes, fie., &c., taken ie exchange
for goods ut market prices at the new store of
BDItiCRER & LENNEY.
SCOTT TRIUMPHANT !
QPLENDID stock of WAT CHES, CLOCKS,
L) and JEWELRY, at Philadelphia prices.
Just received at ,Scott's Cheap Jewelry Sore, throe
doors west of T. Road & Son s Store. The public
are respectfully solicited to call uud see.
CUFF PINS.—The 'Wiles can- see a splendid
variety at Ed. finara's. deelB-811
Would respectftilly inform his friends and the
public, that ho has ou hand and is receiving for
the coming season, a tine assortment of
Consiatitig of Watches, Chains, Breast Pins, Fin
ger Rings, Ear Rings, Pencils, keys, Thimbles,
Studs, Medallions, &c. Together with his celebra
ted and enlivened
( *COMM Intrt4
Which is equal ifnot superior, to any now iP Use,
Each Pen is Engraved with lirs own
and every Pen Warranted.
Oh did you ever, no I newer
Mercy on Hs What a treat;
Get Read's Gold Pen, they're Odra fine,
And only found in North Third Street.
A splendid Pen !!' Where did you get it I
Pure Diamond Pointed, can't lie heat;
Yes, my friends, there's no humhuging
In Bead's Gold Pens of North Third Street!
ifirllead'. Gold Pon is found only at 55 North
Third Street, below Arch East Side.
Piladelphia. Jan. 8, 1852.—tf.
TIN! TIN!! TIN!!!
The undersigned, having bought out the
nery Establishment of Robert Graffuis of Alexan
dria, continues to carry on
The Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron Business,
in all its various branches at the old stand in Main
taitreet, where he keeps constantly on hand a full
and splendid assortment of tin-ware and every
thing else in his line of business, all warranted to
be as good, if nut better manufactured. than any
in this or the adjoining counties—spouting put up
at 12k cents per foot any place within thirty miles.
Ile particularly calls the attention of merchants,
who purchase by whole-sale, to examine his splen
did assortment of ware before purchasing else
where, as he is determined to sell low fur cash.—
All kinds of country produce taken in exchange
for work—all orders will be promptly attended to,
and he hopes by a close attention to business to
receive u liberal share of public patronage.
Alexandria, Jan. 8, 1852,-2m.
FARM & SAW-MILL
Tho undersigned will sell that tract of land sit
unto in Jackson township, Huntingdon county,
adjoining landsa Martin Orlady, James Duft;
A. G. Curtin, John M'Cahati, and laud lately
owned by William Magill, containing
TWO HUNDRED ./IND TWENTY
and allowance, now occupied by John L. Walker
with ono good frame house, plastered in the in
side, with a fountain of pure, soft and very cold
water running at the door, one log house suitable
for a tenant house, a squared log burn with a
shingleroof, a good:
saw-mill and other buildings
thereon erected. Fifty or sixty acres of said land
are cleared and tinder fence and in a good state
of cultivation and nearly all the balance can be
cleared and cultivated. A considerable portion of
the uncleared part is botom land of as good qual
ity as can be found in the county. The tract also
contains a good limestone quarry. The saw-mill
is turned by the east branch of Stone Creek, a
never failing stream which is used seven miles
above to drive Greenwood Furnace, and is about
one and three fourth miles frotn the main branch
of Stone Creek, which is a navigable stream emp
tying into the Juniata at Huntingdon. The prop
erty is situated near the base of Stone Mountain,
which affords an unequalled range for cattle.
There is timber enough on the property to pay
for it two or three times over. An undoubted ti
tle will ho given.
Terms to suit the purchaser.
J. SEWELL STEWART.
Huntingdon, Dec. 4,1851.
HAMS AND SIDES,
LARD & CHEESE,
Oct. 9, 1851.
tor - sale 1 , 1
•J. PALMER CO,
Market street Wharf
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, dm
The undersigned is just opening another large
assortment of the above articles, at various prices,
and earnestly invites every body to call and ex
amine for themselves.
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, carefully and
promptly repaired, and warranted for one year.
J. T. SCOTT.
Nov. 6, 1851.—tf.
The great Atlantic, the blue Pacific, and the
Niagara Falls all combined together, cannot be
compared with Heaton (5• Willet's splendid assort
meet Of FALL AND WINTER GooDe opened out
at Bridgeport, which they intend to sell cheap for
cash or produce.
BEATON er WILLBT.
Bridgeport. Jan. 15, 1852.
Persons desirous to have their watches repaired
in a neat and substantial manner, will do well by
leaving them at Ed. Snare's Watch Steil, as he
has secured the services of a workmen; who, hav
ing worked in all the principal cities of Europe
and America, is perfectly acquainted with every
branch of the business, and lie challenges this sec
tion of country to produce a Superior.
All work warranted. Jan. 29, '52.
Have you unsettled accounts 'with the Lite
Janice Clark's ostate fur advertising and
work? All such accounts as remain unsettled,
on the lot day of March next, will then be placed
in the hands of a Justice for collection. After
that time the undersigned will have no control
Hunt. Feb. 5, 1852.--Std P. ORBISON.
A very superior lot of Bagley's celebrated Gold
Pens (silver cases) at Ed. Scare's Jewelry Store.
Jan. 29, 1852.
50 bls. Flour just received and fur sale by
JAS. MA G UIRE, J.. 29, '52.
ALLENS REVOLVERS; and various othor
kinds ofristols, nt the lowei4 prices, at
'• Scott's Choap Jewelry Storo.
10 arrels ground out of White Wheat, (IX
ressly for family use for salt, of
S - 80. GWitt ' VIM. 14 102.
..,—. . _
For the Mau what struck 13tH' Pat-
FALL AND WINTER GOOD'S.
The attention of the public generally• is invited
to the fact that.
J. & • W. SAXTON
hasejutd received Inc of the isigese .
of Fall and Winter Goods cidr brought to this
place; all of which they oiler at prices so greatly
reduced as to make their store
HEAD QUARTERS rOlt BARGAINS !
Their supply embraces all the usual varietty of
Cloths, Cansimeres, Sattinets and Vesting;
Muslim+, Prints, Flannels, &v. Sce., to
gether with the latest styles of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Consisting of Silks, Merinos, Per
inea° Cloths, de Lanes, Gingliarns, Ho
siery, &c.; and a very large assortment of
Ladies, Misses and Children's Shoes;
and also of MEN'S AND BOYS' BOOTS AND
SHOES of every description. They also invite
particular attention to their stock of
QUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE,
And the best stock of HARDWARE in' town.
They have also
of the very best quality, which they will sell at
a very small advance on cost. Call and exam
ine for yourselves. They have also a beautiful
.It!Lka.So CC:ICAIREMI io
Carpeting, and every other article usually kept iu
country stores. O'We will receive and store
grain, and also pay the highest market prices for
it and it is admitted by all that we have the
most convenient place to unload grain in or about
town. Oct. 6, '5l,
Constantly on hand, and for sale the mon
highly improved Durham Short Horn cattle,
Chester Hogs, South Down, Colswald oust
I The subscriber now offers for sale several very
fine Durham Short Horn Bull and heifer calves ;
two Chester Boars; about five months old, which
took the first pretniittn for pigs of that age cc
the late State Agricultural Fair: also, sixteen
young thorough bred Pigs of the same breed,
about three weeks old; also, eight thorough
Buck and Ewe Latnbs or liikSouth Down flea. •
The undersigned takes Pleindie lu statin . kthat"
for all the stock which he exhibited, at. the' State
Agricultural Fair, lie received the highest pre
miums for South Down and Leicester sheep and
Any letters directed to Eagle Foundry P. 0.,
Huntingdon Co., Penna., will be attended to.
ROBERT HARE POWEL.
Nov. 20, 1851
J. D. WILLIAMS. JOHN HAFT, JR:
Z. D. WILLIAMS sic Co.,
Wiolesale Grocers and Commission. Merchants am
Dealers in Produce and Pittsburg
No. 116, Wood Street, Pittsburg.
HAVE NOW IN STORE, and to arrivo this
week, the following goods, of the most re
cent importations, which are offered on the most
115 catty boxes prime Green • Tea.
45 half chests do de
46 " Oolong and Chelan.'
100 bags Rio Coffee.
15 Laguyra and Jaya.'
60 boxes B's, s's, and Ilb lump tobiteeo:
35 bbls. Nos. 1 and 3 Mackerel.
20 and do No. 1 do
2 . and Ido Salmon.
50 oxen scaled Herring. •
1300 lbe extra Madder.
3 bales Cassia, 1 bale ClaYee,
6 bags Popper & Alapice, 1 bbl Nutmegs,
2 bbls Ground Ginger, I bbl ground pepper,
1 bbl Ground Pimento, 10 kegs ground Mustard
10 kegs ground Cassia, 10 do do' CloveS,
2 bbls Garret's Snuff, 45 has Stearin Candles,
20 bxs Star Candles, 10 do Sperm do
100 doe Masons I3lack'g 100 lbs sup. Rice Flour,
100 lbs S. F. Indigo, 20 doe Ink,
150 doe Coru Brooms, 125 doe Patent Ziuc
50 bxs extra pure Starch, Wash Boards,
25 do Saleratus, 75 bbls N. 0. Moladseis,
15 bbls S. 11. Molasses, 10 do Golden Syrup,
25 do Loaf, Crushed, 5501bs seedless Raisins,
& Powdered Sugar, 50 drums Smyrna Figs,
20jare Bordeaux Prunes, 50 lbs Sicily Prunes,
5 boxes Rock Candy, 2 boxes Genoa Citrons,
10 do Cocos & Chocolate, 5 do Castilo & Almond
12 doz Military Soap, Soap,
1 bbl sup. Carb, Soda, 1 bbl Cream Tartar,
1 case Pearl Sago,2 cases Isinglass,
2 cases Sicily & Refined 1 case Arrow Root,.
Liquorice,lso Bath Brick,
bbl Flour Suphur, 100 gross Matches,
100 deft Extract of Lent- 5 doe Lemon Sugar,
on, Rose & \rennin 1 cask Sal Soda,
Glass, Nails, White L ' ead, Lard oil, &c,
Refer to Merchants Thomas Rend & Son,
" Fisher' &
•, Charles Miller,
Honorable. J ohp Ref,
May 15, 1851.-1 y
Birmingham Female' Semi nary.
The liberal patronage which this School has'
received in the past, encourages the proprietor
and friends of female education, to expect by
proper exertion to make it both a prettianent and
important Institution; and no pains will by spar•
ed to sustain its growing reputation.
Among other considerations which inspire *We
as to its future sums, the' location is uot unim
portant. Three years daml experiment has de
veloped a more phildiriphical, if not a truer reas
on for the tmistanee of Birmingham than many,
which lolve been assigned—that it is the situation
fur . 1 , Female Seminary, surrounded as it is by
PAst romantic scenery—retired—healthful—eaiy
of access and in itself a place whore one might al
most groW wise in the sway 6f Velure alone an
mocked by the works of Art.
The school year is divided into two Sill.ioTls of
twenty-two weeks each; the summer term com
mencing the last Tuesday in April, the winker.
term the last Tuesday in October.
Charges to date from time of entering, end no'
deductions made for absence e:xcept in iliac of
Tuition *4,00 and $5,00 per ,juitrtor— . rding
E 1,50 per week. Music, Latin, French, DraW
ing, &c, extra. ,
finv. W. WARD, A, M., Principal.
Rev. THOMAS WARD, A . 1181.,Asiniciate.
Jau. t 5, 11i54
POFFEE, Strgar, Rko, Chocolate, Tea, Ginger,
Popper, Cloves, Cinnamon, Allspice, Tobac
co, Cigars, Snort; &c. &e., for sale at the new
store of ~‘ BRICKat ttIENNEY.
SLVEIt SPOONS of the latest patterns atilso
P« Snore's Jeweby Stinv,
Gahl Pens and Pencil. it the Cite.?
-1-4 Curlier Jewelry Store.