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MVE YOUR MONEY.
CHARLES P. FREEMAN & CO,
(LATE VEEEMANj }LODGES & Co.)
Importers and Jobbers,
11-1 Broadway, 1 Door South of
Have now on hand, and will be receiving daily
through the season, Now Goods, direct from the
European manufacturers, and cash Auctions, rich,
fashionable, fancy Silk Millinery Goods. Our
stock of Rich Ribbons, comprises every variety of
the latest and most beautiful designs imported.
Many of our goods are manufactured expressly
to our order, from our own designs and patterns,
and stand unrivalled. We offer our goods for nett
Gash, at lower prices than any credit Rouse in
America can afford.
All purchasers will find it greatly to their inter
est to reserve a portion of their money and make
selections from our great variety of rich cheap
Ribbons rich for Bonnets, Caps, Sashes and
Bonnet Silks, Satins, Crapes, Lisses and Tar.
Embroideries, Collars, Chemisetts, Capes and
Habits, Sleeves, Cuffs, Edgings, and Insertions.
Embroidered Reviere, Lace, and Hemstitch
Blonds, Illusions, and Embroidered Laces for
Embroidered Laces for Shawls, Mantillas, and
Iluniton, Madden, Valencienes, and Brussels
English and Wove Thread, Smyrna, Lisle
Thread, and Cotton Lures.
Kid, 'Lisle Thread, Silk, and Sewing Silk,
Gloves, and Mitts.
French and American Artificial Flowers.
French Lace, English, American, and Italian.
Straw lionnen and Trimmings.
March 25, 1852.
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
JOHN STONE & SONS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALER R IN
ri'CliCit .Jliiiinary Goods,
O. 45 SOUTH SECOND STREET,
A RE now prepared to offer to their customers
II and the trade a large and well selected as
Silks, Ribbons 4. Millinery Goods
Confining themselves exclusively to this branch
of the trade, and 13114)RTING the larger part of
their stock, enables them to oiler au assortment
unsurpassed in extent and variety, which will be
sold at the lowest prices and on the most favora
ble terms. March 18, 1852.-2 tn.
AND FRUIT TREES, EVERGREENS,
SHRUBS, PLANTS, ROSES, &C.,
Cultivated and for sale at the nursery and gar
dens, Rising Sun Village, near Philadelphia,
consisting of a general assortment of the above,
of various kinds and sizes, suitable fur pleasure
grounds and gardens, with all kinds of vegetable
plants, roots, seeds, 6•e. •
SAMUEL MANPAY, Proprietor.
March; 18 1852.-2 m
N. 13. llis stands in the city are in the Mark•
et below sixth. street, where orders are also re•
All orders promptly attended to, when sent by
mail, direeted to 'S. Manpay, Rising Sun P.
Philadelphia county, Pa.
Estate of Thomas Montgomery, late qf BUM°
township, Iluntingdhn co., dee'd.
Notice is hereby given that letters efAdminis
tration have boon granted to the subscribers on
the Estate of Thomas Montgomery, dee'd., there
fore. all persons knowing themselves indebted to
said estate, will make immediate payment, and
those having claims will present them properly
authenticated for settlement.
March 18, '52.-6t.pd. Adners.
$1,000,000 Saved Yearly by Purchasing
SILVER'S 'MINERAL PAINTS
The wonder of the age, nature's own produc
tions. These Paints differ from all others is the
market; they are not clays; they require little Oil,
flow easily, and cover with a heavier body than
white lead. They neither crack our peel, and dry
readily, making an ENAMEL OE STONE.
CoLons—We have seven different colors, viz
three Browns, two Chocolates, Black and Yellow,
and by combination make every variety and shade
130or.—These Paints are superior in body (or
covering property) to any yet discovered, and
pound for pound will cover double the surface of
while lead, zinc, or other metallic Paints.
ItON.--To L•on they furnish a perfect protec
tion against rust, for they contain no metal, which
like white lead acts destructively ou the iron; in
fact this Paint makes iron doubly valuable fur
Baum Vona.—They give to house walls a
much heavier coating than other paints, and if
sanding is required, uuthiug holds so firmly or
finishes so well with it.
OLD Roovs.—Give us a roof, never so old and
leaky, Silver's Mineral Paints willmake it cheap.
ly new and more enduring than it ever was.
Suers using this extraordinary Mineral as we
prepare it for them, will be proof against the ac
tion of hot suns worms and salt water.
CAI'ITALISTI4 and BUILDERA are invited to
make strict scrutiny into the nitrite of these
Paints. They will tied a very great reduction
migfit be made in the cost of painting. These
Paints are purely mineral; all clays and other
impurities are washed out in preparing them fur
the market. They cost but half the price of white
lead, end the seine quantity will cover twice the
surface, and last six times us lung, which in fact
reduces the prim to one-twelfth. Climate has no
effect on this Paint, and is equally valuable in the
cold Canadas ur our sunny Florida.
DIRECTIONS.—Use Linseed Oil, mix us thick
ns you ean, and use as other paints. These Paints
need but little dryer, and for priming and second
coating in all housework they will be found fur
cheaper and more durable than lead.
Dealers and consumers eau procure this Paint
wholesale and retail of
N. i V. Corner Mk and Market Streets, Pas.
General Wholesale Agents; also Importers of
Plate and Coined Window Glass, Dealers in
Dregs, Paints, &e.
March 11, 1852.-30.
100 Barrels ground out of White Wheat, ex
pressly for family use,
for sale at the
store of IMO. 11WIN. Feb. 12, 1822.
MAHOGANY and Walnut Yeneats, tbr Nth)
at tho nuw store of
LitIONER & LENNEY.
ALLENS REVOLVERS, and various other
kinds ofristuls, at the lowest trims, at
Scott's Cheap Jewelry Store.
GLASGOW Sr STEEL,
Saddle, harness & Trunk Manufacturers.
The undersigned respectfully inform their
friends and the public generally that they have re
moved their manufactory to the building in Mar
ket tiquare, liir many years occupied' us a dry
good's store, by Sinitic! Steel deed., where every
thing in their line of business will be furnished
on the shortest notice, and on terms that cannot
fail to suit all. They manufacture the most of
their work themselves, and can therefore assure
the public that every article will be made in the
best and most durable manner.
ErA large assortment of superior SADDLES
READY MADE, always on hand.
and country produce generally,
taken in exchange for work.
They return thanks for the liberal patronage
heretofore exteded to them, and hope that their
old patrons will continue to patronize them.
WM. I. STEEL.
March, 18, 1852.
Shirleysburg Female Seminary.
The Summer Term of this institution will com
mence on the first Tuesday of May.
The Seminary buildings are good, and delight
fully situated in the peaceful and pleasant village
of Shirleysburg; and possess ample grounds for
pleasure and exercise.
This Institution hits been in successful opera
tion since last tall, and is designed to he perma
nent. The Principal and Trustees are determin
ed that every thing shall he 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.—lloarding and Lodging $1,50 per
week. Tuition 54,00 :Ind $5,00 per quarter. In
strumental Music, Fancy Work, Painting and
Drawing; together with Latin and French, a sep
No deduction in charge except in ease 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 ~ession.
J. C A N 11•111.11.1", Principal.
Shirleysburg, Mareh 4, ISs2.—lst May.
Notice is hereby given to all persons interested
that the following named persons have settled
their accounts in the Register's Otlice, at Hun
tingdon, and that the said accounts will be pre
sented Ibr confirmation and allowance, at un Or
phans' Court, to be held at Huntingdon, in and
for said county of Huntingdon, on Wednesday the
14th day of April, 1852.
I. Lewis G. Mytinger and David Stewart, ad
ministrators of the estate of Anthony J. Stewart,
late of Morris township, dee'd.
g. Henry and Solomon Garner, administrators
of the estate of George Garner, late of Penn
3. Samuel Grove, administrator of the estate of
John Grove, late of Antis township, in the county
of Huntingdon, (now Blair,) doled.
4. Thomas F. Stewart, acting administrator of
the estate of livery Whitso n , late of West town
ship, dec' d.
5. Abraham States, executor of the last will
and testament of Valentine liefiher, lute of Wal
her township, deed.
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6. Benjamin Hartman, administrator of John
Borst, who was acting executor of the last will
of Thomas Blair, late of Barre° township, dee'd.
7. John Neff, one of the guardians of Margaret
Mong, late of Wurriorsinark township, dec'd.
8. Amos Clark, administrator of the estate of
Simpson T. Hight, late of Henderson township,
9. James Saxton, administrator of the estate of
Benjamin Corbin, Into of West township, dee'd.
10. James Entrekin, acting executor of the last
will and testament of James Entrekin, late of
Hopewell township, dee'd.
H. William B. Leas and Samuel McVitty,
administrators of the estate of Abraham Lung,
late of Shirley township, dee'd.
12. Jacob Summers, administrator of the estate
of Adam Garner, late of Penn township, deed.
M. F. CAMPBELL, Register.
Huntingdon, March 18, 1852.
WIIEIMAS by a precept to me directed, dated
at Huntingdon, the 24th day of Jan. A. 1).
1852, under the hands and seals of the lion.
George Taylor, President of the Court of Corn.
mutt Please, Oyer and Terminer, and genera ,
jail delivery of the 20th judicial district of Penn•
sylvattia composed of Huntingdon, Blair and Cam•
brim and the Hon. Thomas li. Stuart and Jonathan
McWilliams, his associates, Judges of the county
of Huntingdon, justices assigned, appointed, to
hear try and determine all and every indictments
made or taken fbr or concerning all crimes, wide'
.by the laws of the State'are made capital or felo
nies of death and other offences crimes and misde
meanors, which have been or shall hereafter be
committed or perpetrated for crimes aforesaid
—I am commanded to make public proelamaticst
throughout my whole bailiwick tbat a Court of
Over and Terminer, of Common Pleas and
Quarter sessions, will be held at the Court House
in the borough of Huntingdon, on the second Slot -
day (and 12th day) of April next, and that
who will prosecute the said prisoners be then and
there to prosecute them as it shall he just, and
that all Justices of the Peace, Coronors and
Constables widths said county be then and there
in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock, A. M. of
said day, with their records, inquisitions, exami
nations and remembrances, to do those things
which to their offices respectfully appertain.
Dated at Huntingdon the 13th day of March in the
year of out Lord 1852, and the 76th year of
WM. B. ZEIGLER, shy':
March, 18, 1852.
WIIEREAS, by a precept to me directed by
V V the Judges of the Common Pleas of the
county of Huntingdon, bearing test the 24th day
of Jan., 1852, lam commanded to make Public
Proclamation throughout my whole bailiwick,
that a Court of Common Pleas will be held in the
Court House in the borough of Huntingdon, ou
the third Monday (and 15th day) of April, A.
1)., 1852, for the trial of all issues in said Court,
which remains undetermined before the said
Judges, when and where all jurors, witnesses and
suitors, in the trial of all issues um required to
Dated at Huntingdon the 13th of March, in the
year of our Lord, 1852, and the 76th year of
WM. B. ZEIGLER, Sheriff:
March 18, 1852.
Having concluded to leave Huntingdon, I have
placed in the hands of Col. S. S. Wharton all my
professional papers, in whose ability and integrity
I have full confidence, and have also transfered
and assigned to him all my notes, and accounts,
for his own use. A. K. COLWYN,
Huntingdon, Feb. 26, 1852.
10E71.1E, Sugar, Rice, Chocolate, Tea, Ginger,
wl Pepper, Cloves, Cinnamon, Allspice, Tobac
co, Cigars, Snuff, &c. &c., ibr sale at the new
store of BRICKER LEINTNEY.
L ADIES Gold Pens and Pencils at the CheaplJ Corner Jewelry Store.
By virtue °foundry writs of Vend. Ex. will be
exposed to solo at public vendue, at the court
house in the borough of Huntingdon, on Monday
the 12th day of April, 1852, at 2 o'clock, P. M.,
the thawing described property, to wit:
All the right and interest of Defendant
in and to two lots of ground in the town of
Warriorsmark, Huntingdon county, adjoin
ing each other, each lot fronting forty sev
en feet on the street or road leading from
Birmingham to Bellefonte, and extending
back north one hundred and fifty five feet
to a twelve feet alley, adjoining a lot of
George Cox on tho west, a lot of the es
tate of Archibald Hutchison, deed., on
the east, having thereon erected a two sto
ry frame plastered house 43 feet in front,
in part extending back 36 feet and in part
20 feet and a frame stable, the above lot
adjoins George Cox on the west, the other
lot adjoining Archibald Hutchison on the
east, has thereon erected a two story frame
plastered house 47 feet in front, 20 feet
deep with a kitchen one story high, weath
er boarded. Seized, taken in execution
and to be sold as the property of Lindley'
ALSO,—AII the right, title and inter
est of John Madden in and to a tract of
land situated in Springfield township, Hun
tingdon county, containing 96 acres, more
or less, adjoining lands of Jacob Baker,
Dorton Coates, and others, being part of
a large tract of land surveyed in pursu
ance of a warrant granted to George Crog
han, dated 7th July A. D., 1762' •
. a stone grist mill, • a saw
mill, five dwelling houses, one stone house
and granery, a blacksmith shop, stables
and other small buildings, about 50 acres
of which are cleared, the balance well
timbered. Seized, taken in execution and
to be sold as the property of John Mad
ALSO,—Ono lot of ground in the bor
ough of Alexandria, lluntingdon county,
said lot is 60 feet wide by 200 feet long,
and No. in the plan of said Borough,
having thereon erected a log house and a
stable &c—Also 3 other lots of ground in
said Borough, lying east of and adjoining
the first described lot No. 85, 86 and 87
in said town plot, the above lots are under
fence. Seized, taken in execution and to
be sold as the property of George Kauff
ALSO,—AII the right, title and inter
est of Edwin F. Shoenberger, of, iu and to
a tract of land situate in West township in
the county of Huntingdon, bounded by
lands of Robert Moore, Win. Oaks and
David Ewing, containing about sixty acres,
being the same tract of land purchased by
the said Edwin F. Shoenberger from Ro
bert Moore, and being part of a larger
tract surveyed on a warrant to Samuel
Ewing and were owned by the said Robert
ALSO,—AII the right, title and inter
est of the said Edwin F. Shoenberger of,
in and to another tract of land situate in
the township and county aforesaid, adjoin
ing lands of Robert Moore, Mark MoLon
ald and Win. Oaks, containing one hun
dred and twenty acres, or, thereabouts,
known as the " Lang farm," about sixty
five acres of which are cleared, and having
a stone house, three or four tenant houses,
a log barn, fulling mill, With good water
power, and an apple orchard thereon.
ALSO,—AII the right, title and inter
est of the said Edwin F. Shoenbcrgcr of,
in and to the following two tracts of land,
adjoining each ether, situated in the town
ship and county aforesaid, one thereof sur
veyed on a warrant to Barnaby Barnes,
containing two hundred and nineteen acres,
or thereabouts, the other thereof surveyed
on a warrant to Richard Smith, dated Jan
nary 3d, 1793, containing ono hundred and
fifty-one acres ancidorty perches, or there
abouts, both of which tracts lie on the Ju
niata river, below Petersburg, having a
two story log house, a large frame barn
and other buildings thereon erected, and
about one hundred and twenty-five acres
of which are cleared and in a good state of
cultivation. Seized, taken in execution
and to be sold as the property of Edwin
ALSO,—AII that certain tract of land
in Cromwell township, containing 177 acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of Benja
min Beers' heirs on the west, Mclntyre on
the north, latiat of Martha Pennocks' heirs
on the south and east, having about 70
sores cleared and under fence, and having
thereon erected a two story log house and
a frame bank barn. Seized, taken in ex
ecutiou and to bo sold as the property of
ALSO,—AII the right, title and inter
est of James Franks to a certain tract of
land situate in Jackstn township, Hunting
don county, containing ono hundred acres,
more or less, adjoining lauds of Henry Lee
on the south, John Alexander on the west,
Broad mountain survey on the north, and
lands of John A. Wright, & Co., on the
cast, having thereon erected two cabin hou
ses and a frame bank barn, twenty-five or
thirty acres cleared and under fence.—
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of James Franks.
ALSO,—By virtue of a writ of Livari
Facias, will bo sold at the same time and
' plane the following described property to
All the ono undivided half of a tract of
land situated in Springfield township and
county aforesaid, containing ninety five
acres or thereabouts, being part of a large
tract surveyed in pursuance of a warrant
granted to George Croghan dated 7th July
1762, together with the hereditaments and
appurtenances. .Seized, taken in execu
tion and to be sold as the property of John
WM. B. ZBIGLER, Sh'W
Much 11, 1852.
OF UNSEATED LANDS,
IN HUNTINGDON COUNTY.
WHEREAS, by an act of the General
Assembly of the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, entitled act to amend an
act directing themode of selling unsea
ted lands for taxes and other purposes,"
passed 13th March, 1815, and the other
acts upon that subjecti the Treasurers of
the several counties within this Common
wealth are directed to commence on the
2nd Monday in June In the year 1816,
and at the expiration of every two years
thereafter, and adjourn from day to day,
if it be necessary so to do, and make pub
lic sale of the whole or any part of such
tracts of unseated land, situate in the pro
per county, as will pay the arrearagcs of
the taxes which shall then have remained
due and unpaid for the space of one year
before, together with all costs necessarily
accruing by reason of such delinquency,
&e. I, JOHN MARKS, Treasurer of the
county of Huntingdon, do therefore here
by give notice that upon the following
tracts of unseated land, situate as herein
described, the several sums stated are
"the arrearages of the taxes, respectively,
due and unpaid for ono year : and that, in
pursuance of the direction of the aforesaid
act of Assembly, I shall, on Monday the
14th day of June next, at the Court House
an the borough of Huntingdon, commence
the Public Sale of the whole or any part
of such tracts of unseated lands, upon
which all or any part of the taxes herein
specified shall then be due and continue
such sale by adjournment until all the
tracts upon which the taxes shall remain
due and unpaid, be sold.
Treasurer of Huntingdon county,
April 1, 1852 5
A. Pr. Warrantees or owners. Taxes,
400 Robert Simpson *3 20
399 62 Win. Shannan or James Ash 7 58
433 83 George Bigham 9 20
140 George Green Sr 2 66
433 83 Cattailleder Evans 3 46
336 Philip Sickle 2 69
54 Lewis Igo 73
411 Abraham Duffield 5 61
446 Jesse Hawkins 5 53
302 44 Joseph Webb 4 10
364 72 David Ott 99
412 Frederick Bates 1 13
378 37 Benjamin Gibbs 3 44
331 31 Adam Foulke 91
435 85 Samuel Ayres 11 87
356 88 Andrew Bingham 98
409 47 George Envy or Evans 5 58
439 Andrew Bell 61
40 Charles Kelley 88
110 James Fife 1 63
220 Levi King (owner) 3 87
397 James Watson 1 08
170 John MeCaban (owner) 1 73
400 George Green
385 John Green
448 Isaac Green
413 126 Ephraim Galbreath
29 Peter Cornelius
402 112 Hugh Morrison 4 28
400 78 Semnol Hartsock - 2 65
207 Henry Sells 57
197 135 Sanuiel Morrison ' 1 63
190 Mary Muria 52
400 John Fried 1 10
400 Mary Fried 1 10
400 Elizabeth Ilartsock 3 40
400 rater Ilartsock ' 3 40
400 Sarah Barrick 3 40
400 • Mary Barriek 3 40
402 Jane Sells 2 20
400 Sarah llartsoek Sr 3 47
405 Jacob N Barrick 3 45
430 Sarah Ilartsock 3 55
416 Veer Harm 1 72
400 John Forrest 55
47 71 Mordncni Massey 8 63
143 67 Zeolieminli Wakefield 3 65
42G 24 Tli9luns Smith
280 71 Jae 7 ob Keith
92 20 John Canon
11 John Former
60 Mary Jordan
174 140 Al' Knepp
40 Henry Gates
4i John Fritz
8 John Whitehead
160 Philip Weston
388 103 William llrotten
408 John Lynch
398 Henry Stever.
414 George Wilport
413 Henry Baker
400 - Thomas Russel
400 Thomas Ralston
400 David Ralston Jr
400 David Ralston
400 Ephraim Jones
401 141 John Wright
400 George Hess
437 65 Jonathan Priestly
400 William Johnston
400 Robert Johnston
400 Charles Caldwell
422 115 James Dean
400 Henry Canon
400 John Adams
400 Henry West
400 Alexander Johnston
400 Thomas - McCune
400 John Ralston
400 James West
400 Samuel Steel
400 William Steel
420 24 Samuel Conan
200 George Tullman
400 James Fulton
70 Wm. Dorris (owner)
400 Sanwa Marshall
400 Robert Caldwoll
400 Mathew Simpson
400 Joint Fulton
400 John Qulbriatl► 4 30
400 Joseph McCune 4 30
30 Greenberry Dorsey 4 96
249 87 Andrew Brown 5 46
408 80 Mary Brown 8 97
70 E B Dorsey 2 13
429 52 Elizabeth Brown 9 42
485 152 Andrew Cone 14 66
446 112 John Capp 13 49
416 102 Robert Irwin 12 58
400 Rush Green 2 20
277 Henry Green 1 51
46 60 Eleazer IV allaster 49
402 William Smith
319 Michael Wallace's heirs
420 102 Nathan Old or Ord• 13 58
459 James Old 13 93
44 150 Stacy Young 2 27
456 64 James McMullen 1 34
411 64 Peter Wertz 1 04
240 Benjamin Brown 1 26
107 . 12 William Taylor 30
Samuel Keuedy 2 18
438 116 Samuel King '2 42
355 129 Simon Potter 1 94
414 10 John Peas 2 82
431 30 Adam Ulou 286
395 113 George Trowman 2 16
344 31 John Caldwell 1 88
420 Joseph Miller 2 32
404 116 Betsey Chambers - 296
369 Nancy Chambers 3 06
405 Samuel Chambers 3 13
455 Robert Chambers 3 12
431 Sally Chambers 3 55
400 Mary Freed 3 45
400 Isaac Hartsock 3 45
400 James Chambers 3 45
100 Jonathan Pen 4 38
390 Jonathan Phillips 4 10
311 George Buchanan 3 33
400 James `Niter 4 35
395 08 Samuel Cornelius 439
439 51 John Doupherty and
Geo. W Speer 4 09
438 40 John Dougherty &
Geo. W Speer 4 09
100 Daniel Newcomer 55
400 Samuel Barakley & Wm.
W Edwards (owners) 1 10
400 Samuel Barkley & Wm.
498 Isaac Huston
75 Henry Roads
409 154 Robert Bell 7 78
420 43 Robert Moore 8 02
288 69 John Covenhoven 4 70
375 73 Samuel Bell 6 29
60 Sarah Elliott I 09
200 John Sells part of tract 5 29
200 Andrew Sell part of tract 7 77
100 Richard Plowman (owner) 46
15 John Grove (owner) 17
26 18 Benjamin Elliott
294 37 William Ewitig
294 37 John Haley
395 Margaret Sells 12 08
400. Frederick Sells 11 39
444 William Barick 13 82
200 John Vandyke 291
300 Samuel Caldwell 4 35
437 William Mitchener 9 64
428 Thomas Mitchenor 9 42
397 James Watson 6 44
379 Robert Watson 8 32
402 John Watson 8 84
371 Thomas Cummings 4 07
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353 Robert Young
William Reed 56
1291 John Jackson 2 93
425 William Watson 6 85
134 William Foster 2 94
100 Nathan May part '4 72
80 Charles Smith 2 64
422 89 Hugh Laurish 23 25
412 78 Rudolph Laurish 22 12
110 Samuel Finley 1 87
437 18 John Patton 13 74
346 John (Janson 25 . 18
The following real estate upon which
personal property cannot be found sufficient
to pay the taxes, returned by the several
collectors, is charged with the taxes there
on assessed for the year 1850, and will be
sold as unseated lands, in pursuance of the
directions of the 41st section of the act of
Assembly, entitled: "An Act to reduce
the State debt and to incorporate the
Pennsylvania Canal and Railroad Compa
ny," approved the 20th April, 1844:
1 Lot and house Jas. Pearson (owner) 1 10
808 As. 1 Furnace 1 Forge, William
& Andrew Couch (owners) 89 13
51 Christian Wagoner Sr 56
200 Wilson MeClaine 2 20
8 and Tan yard, Wm. Pollock's
Assignees 1 65
800 and Saw Mill, Samuel Tidivilor 9 35
100 acres Rawl & Ball 5 35
50 Davine's heirs 1 56
320 acres and Oro Bank, J. Vanoo 19 80
2 Lots, Thomas B Pattessou 83
Ground rents ou lots
1 Lot Thomas Johnston " 27
300 - Jerry Norris (owner) 2 48
400 David Blair
160 John Patterson's heirs 418
100 ridge John Patterson's " 88
700 tot. , c " " 1 93
120 J & A Wallaces " 83
1 Lot, Wm. Mitchell & Hewlins 41
14 and House, Jacob Leady 52
John Brown's heirs 9 96
100 Elisha Shoemaker 8 80
2 Lots in Graysport
1 Lot Elizabeth Curby 84
1 Lot Martin Gates 17
John Mc Cah an
Would respectfully inform his friends and did
public, that he has on hand and is receiving for
the corning season, aline d3sortment of
(Mb 'tiV.r Mat IpU a
Consisting of Watches, Chains, Breast Pins,
ger Rings, Ear Rings, Pencils, Keys. Thimbles,
Studs, Medallions, &c. Together with his;celebra
ted end unrivalled
,(01E A D
. ~La i • 4 ,
which is equal if not superior, 0) any now in use.
Each Pen is Engraved with his own name,
and every Pen Warranted.
Oh did you ever, no I never
Mercy on us what a treat;
Get Read's Gold Pen, they're extra fine;
And only found in North Third Street.
A splendid Pen !!' Where did you get it
Pure Diamond .Pointed, can't he beat;
Yes, my friends, there's no humbuging
In Read's Gold Pens of Nadi Third Street!
4"Read's Gold Pen is foirnd only at 55 North
Tidid Street, below Arch East stile.
THOS. REA D,
Piladelphia. Jan. 8, lBsl.—tf.
Birmingham Female Seminary.
The liberal patronage which this School had
received in the past, encourages the proprietor
and friends of female education, to expect by
proper exertion to make it both a premanent and .
important Institution; and no pains will by spar-'
ed to sustain its growing reputation.
Among other considerations which inspire hope'
BA SO its future sueess, the location is not unim
portant. Three years actual experiment has de
veloped a more philosophical, if not a truer reas
on for the existence of Birmingham than many
which have been assigned—that it is the situation
for a Female Seminary, surrounded as it is by
most romantic scenery—retired—healthful—easy
of access and in itself a place where one might al
most grow wise in the study of Nature alone un
mocked by the works of Art: ,
• The school year is divided into two Sessions of
twenty-two weeks each; the summer term com- -
mencmg the last Tuesday in April, the winter
term the last Tuesday iu October.
Charges to date from time Y of entering, and no
deductions made for absence except in case of
Tuition $4,00 and $5,00 per quarter—boarding
$1,50 per week. Music, Latin, French, Draw
ing, &c., extra.
Rev. ISRAEL W. WARD, A. M., Principal'.
Rev. THOMAS WARD, A. M., Associate.
Jan. 15, 1852.
ALL persons knowing themselves indebted to
the bite firm of Dorsey i t Maguire will please
call and have their several accounts satisfactorily
adjusted, without regard to persons. 33y attend
ing to this notice will save further trouble and
4 78 I expense. JAMES MAGUIRE.
Huntingdon, Feb. 12, 18152.
Notice to Tavern Keepers.
NMICK 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 ; and
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 coining to
the knowledge of the Court.
By the Court, 24th Jon. 1852.
'IIIEO. 11. CHEMER, Clerk.
Feb. 12, 1852.
HAMS AND SIDES,
LARD & CHEESE,
Oct. 9, 1851.
Constantly on hand, &
for sale by
• J. PALMER & CO.
Market street Wharf
To the creditors of the Huntingdon, Cambria and .
Indiana Turnpike Road Company.
That the Court. of Huntingdon county on the
13th liehrunry, 1852, directed to be paid to cred
itors, three and one half per cent. on the amount
of their clalMs, 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._____
JOIIN S. ISETT, Scquestrator,
Spruce Creek, March 4, 1852.
"Hollidaysburg Register" and Whig paper
Johnstown, will please insert the above three times
and charge this Mike.
Estate of JOHN 1 3 ...DORS . EY,_late of the bor.-
ough of Huntingdon, 'deed.
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 make immediate payment, and those
having claims against said estate will present
them properly authenticated tiir settlement.
JAMES GNVIN, Adner.
March 4. 1852.-65.
To Owners of Unpatented Lands.
Take notice that the act of Issembly passed
the loth slay 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 1853, of which all interested
will take notice,
ROBERT STITT, Conen
num. Feb. 5,1852.-3 w.
A very onnerier lot of Bagley's celebrated Gold
Pens (silver cases) at Ed. Soure's Jewelry Store.
Jan. 29, 1852.
/'AGARS, wholesale and retail, at the new &tort)
ki of BRICKER,R LENNEY.