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In Morris township, on the 9th, inst.,
MRS. MAOARET MEANS, aged 85 years, 7
months, and 7 days.
At the State Lunatic Hospital of Pa.,
on Friday the 30th, inst., J. OLIVER HUD
SON, formerly of Shade Gap, Pa., in the
20th, year of his age.
0 Yes! 0 Yes! 0 Tell
At filly Stewart's, on Railroad
The undersigned having determiend to close
business and leave Huntingdon, will offer his en
tire stock of new and seasonable Dry Goods, Gro
ceries, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, and Cloth
ing, Glass, QUCCIMMIEC, Hardware, &c AT
PUBLIC AUCTION, to commence on the first
Monday of the January Court, and continue from
day to day, and from night to night, till all is sold.
Nothing will he reserved that will sell for anything
I will also offer, at the same time and place,
nll my town property, including the old Business
Stand, on Railroad Street, with Dwelling, Ware
house, Store Room, &c. On the real estate, but
at mall part of the purchase motley will be requir
ed in hand, and the payments be made easy to
suit the times.
N. 13. 1 would use this occasion, once more to
call on those indebted to save costs by settling
their accounts before. I leave town; and request
those having claims to present them for payment.
Hunt. Dee. 23, '52.-3t. W. S.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The Partnership heretofore existing between'
Cunningham & Creswell, in the Commission and
Forwarding business, at Waterstreet has been this
day (Dec. 1t,'52.) dissolved by mutual consent,
ell persons having bad dealings with said firm,
will please call and settle their accounts with eith
er of the Partners at the old stand.
J. J. CUNNING HAM & J. CRESWELL.
The business: will he carried on nt the ohl stand
And on the same terms by the suil,erilier.
J. J. CUNNINGHAM.
Hind. bel - r 22,
Came to the residence of the subscriber. hi
Porter township, about the last of June, a .str,ay
Ileifer, chant three years old. The owner is re
quested to come forward, prove pi operty, pay
charges and take luir away, otherwise she will be
disposed of according to law.
LOUIS SNYDER .
Dec. 23, '22,-3t.
Estate of MAIWARET MEAszs, into of Morris
Letters Testamentary on the above Estate, hay
ing been grants d to the undersipad, all per
sons indebted will make immediate payment, ned
tho , e having elaitns will present them duly ati
thenticated for settlement.
D. P. TUSSEY,
\V M. CALDWELL, 5 Executors.
The Kriss Kringle's About.
EDMUND SNARE has just received a large
and beautiful assortment of Watches. Jewelry,
and Fancy Goods, suitable for HOLIDAY
PRESENTS, which he will sell helmv all ex
pectation. Persona 'wishing to "get their money
hack" would do well by calling upon hint.
FARM FOR SALE,
Will he sold at Private Sale, » form situated in
Woodcock Valley, l 4 miles from Huntingdon,
and 2 miles from Marklesloiig, and known us the
Smallman, Tract. It convicts of S5O Acrea
of land, of which about 250 acres are cleared,
fenced, and under cultivation, and the balance is
well timbered. The pronerty is well watered,
several streams passing through it. Nearly the
whole tract is Limestone Land and can be made
to yield largely. The improvements are Three
Dwelling Houses and a Barn.
A large portion of the purchase moiled will be
allowed to remain secured by a mortgage on the
Apply tO Miles & Dorris, Huntingdon, or Jacob
Urseswell. 'trough Creek. .
N. B. Tde lan I k patented. I'u3session will
Le given on the 1:4 of April next.
Iluntingdon Dee. 16, 52. -tr.
FURNACE FOR RENT.
MITE subscriber will rent his Furnace, for one
11 or more years, no such terms, as shall be en
inducement to those desirous to cuter into the bu
is situated in Shirley township, I luntingdon coun
ty, miles from the Pennsylvania Canal; and
connected with it there arc tenant houses, enough
to accommodate the necessary hands—Wood con
venient and plenty—Fossil Ore in abundance,
within one of a mile, and other Ore 2 miles
from the Furnace; all the Banks well opened and
in good working order. Inquiry can be made of
Martin Bell, B. F. Bell, A. K. Bell, Blair coun
ty; John S. Isett, Spruce Crock; A. W. Benedict,
Huntingdon, or of the subscriber, at Vinyard
Mills, or Wm. M. Bell, Edward Furnace. Pos
session given immediately.
t4AItUEL H. BELL.
IVin. M. Bell will sell Eight Mules, Horses,
Carts, Ore Care, Wagons and Beds, all the
merous articles about a Furnace. The Mule
team is a very excellent one 8 years old. Apply
to WILLIAM M. BELL,
Dee. 16, '52.-3t. Edward Furnace.
To the Honorable, the Judges of the Court of
Quarter Sessions of the Peace, in anti for the
'.. county of Huntingdon, at January Term, 1853.
, The petition of William Christy, of the borough
, - f Alexandria, in the township ct Porter, and the
•ounty of Iluntingdon, respectfully showeth :
''• That your petitioner is provided with the ma
oriels far the accommodation of strangers and
avelers at the old tavern stand in the borough of
loxandria, and prays your Boners to grant hint
i,:.i. , license to keep a pubhe house of entertainment,
' `,., a d your petitioner will pray, &c.
f WILLIAM c n niST Y.
• We, the subscribers, citizens of the borough of
lexandria, do *illy that the above petitioner is
f good repute for honesty and temperance, and is
. i ell provided with house room and conveniences
r the accommodation of strangers and tra v elers,
td that said tavern is necessary to accommOdate
- e public and entertain travelers or strangers,
N. Cresswell, John N. Swoope, Cartels Pat
. roan, thanes Yocum, Nicholas Isenberg, Jaunts
. Fleming, James Foster, John Bisbin, B. Ath
tone, John Gaylingen. E. Kline, Philip Piper,
• iincis Connor, Michael Richardson. Dee. 16. -
tate Of NICHOLAS THOUTWINE, late of Barree
township, Huntingdon co., deed.
a:TTERS of administration having been grant
-1 ed to the undersigned on the above Estate, all
ieons knowing themselves indebted will make
ediate payment, and those having claims will
nt them duly authenticated for settlement.
;. DANIEL TROUTWINE,
comber 16, '52. -60
Notice is hereby given to all persons interested
that the following named persons have settled
their accounts in the Register's Office, at Hun
tingdon, and that the said accounts will be pre
sented for confirmation and allowance, at an Or-
Mums' Court, to he held at Huntinmlon, in and
for said county of Huntingdon, on Wednesday the
12th day of January next.
1. David Walker, Administrator of David
Peightal, late of Barree township, dee'd. .
2. Benedict Stevens, Esq., and William Rut
ter, Administrators of John Rutter, late of Crom
well township, dee'd.
3. Mordecai Chileote, Administrator of John
Chileote, latent Cass township, deed. -
4. Simon I'. Alloy, surviving Administrator
Of Esther Logan, late of Cromwell township,
5. Peter Shaffer and Shafll2r, Ekon.
tors of the last will of John Shover, late of Mor
ris township, dee'd.
Robert Me Burner, Guardian of Matta Bull,
minor child of Josiah Bull, late ofJackson town
7. Thomas .Anderson, Administrator of John
Sheeder, late of Tod township, dec'il.
8 Milton Montgomery, Administrator of Sa
rah Stewart, Into of \Ve,t township, dec'd.
9. Thomas L. States, acting AVniinistrator of
Joseph Stewart, late of the Borough of Hunting
M. F. CAMPBELL, Register.
Iltintingtion, Dec. 16, 1852,.
yVIII;111,18 by a precept to Inc directed, doted
at Huntingdon, the 11 th day, of December,
A. 1). 1852, under the hands and seals of the
lion. George Taylor, President of the Court of
Common Pleose. Oyer and Terminer, and gener
al jail delivery of the 9th judicial district of Penn
sylvania composed of Huntingdon, Blair anil Cam
bria, and the Hoh. Thomas E. Stuart and Jona
thon MeWillianni, his associates, Judges of the
county of Huntingdon, justices assigned, appoint
ed, to hear try and determine all and every in
dictments made or taken for or concerning all
crimes, which by the lays of the Stale are made
capital or felonies of sheath and other °dime*es
crimes and misdemeanors, which have been or
shall hereafter be committed or perpetrated for
crimes aforesaid—l am commanded to make pub
lic proclamation throughout my whole bailiwick
that a Court of Over and Terminer, of Common
Pleas and Quarter sessions, will be held at the
Court House iu the Borough of Huntingdon, on
the second Monday (and loth day) of January
'mkt, and those who will prosecute the said pri
soners be then and there to prosecute them as it
shall be just, and that all Justices of the Peace,
Coronors dal Constables within said county be
then and there in their proper persons, at 10
o'clock, A. M. of said day, with their records, in
quisitions, ex:imitations and remem b rances, to
do those things which to their offices respectfully
f.hited at lieptingdoli thel.lth,day of December,
in the,i'ear ottr 1952, and the 76th
year ulAinerienn Independence.
Wl' 11. B. ZEIGLER, Sheriff:
lATHEBEAS, by a precept to me directed by
V V the Judges of the Common Please of the
county of Huntingdon, bearing test the 11th day
of December 1852, lam commanded to make
Public Prochunation throughout my whole baili
wick, tint a Court of Common Flees will he
held in.the Court House in the Borough of Hun
tingdon, on the third Monday (and 17th day) of
Jam, A. 1)., 1053, fin• the trial of all issues in said
Court, which retrain undetermined before the
said Judges, when and where all jurors, witnesses
and suitors, in the trial of all issues are required
Dated at Huntingdon, the Ittlt day of December,
in the yetis• of our Lord 1852, and the 76th year
of American Independence...._„,
B. ZEIGLER, Sheriff.
Dec. 16, '52,
To the Honorable, the Judges of the Court of
Quarter Sessions of the Peace of the County of
Huntingdon, fur January Session, 1853:
Your petitioner respectfully showetb, that he is
well provided with house room, and all other con
veniences for the accommodation of the public
and ebtertaining ut• strangers and travelers, at the
bon, now occupied by him, and formerly occur
pied by Michael Sissier as a licensed Inn or Tav
ern, in the borough of Alexandria. He therefore,
prays your Honors to grant hint a license to keep
an inn f or Tavern in said house, f'or the ensuing
yen•; end he wit' pray, &c.
We, the undersigned, citizens of the borough of
A'exandria, in which the above Inn or Tavern is
proposed to be kept, do hereby certify, that such
Inn or Tavern is necessary to accommodate the
public and entertain strangers and travelers; and
that Patrick I\l'Atcer, the above petitioner, is a
parson of good repute for honesty and temperance,
and is well provided with house room and all ne
cessary conveniences for the accommodation of the.
public, and entertaining of strangers and travelers.
Nicholas Isenberg, John Bisbio, Samuel Isen
berg, Jacob Hoffman, Abraham Piper, Benjamin
Cross, Win. Kemp, John H. Gregory, David Wil
son, James S. Fleming, Jetties Yocum, Francis
Conner, Adam Seenor, George H. Fleming, John
Piper, jr., B. Atherton, Joseph Piper, Carus Pat
terson, B. J. Williams. Dee. le, 's2.—lt'
To the Honorable, the Judges of the Court of
Quarter Sessions of the Peace in and for the
County of Huntingdon, January Term, 1853.
The Petition of John Stahl, of Morris township,
Huntingdon county, hereby shewetht That your
petitioner both provided himself with materials fbr
the accommodation of strangers, traveltrs and
others, at his Dwelling House in the village : of
Shatfersville, township & county aforesatd, which
for the last two years was kept by himself, as a
Public House of entertainment, and prays that
your Honors will be pleased to grant him a " Li
cense to keep and continue the same as a Public
House of entertainment, and your petitioner will
ever pray, &e
virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court of
11- 1 Huntingdon county, there will be sold at Pub
lic Voodoo or Outcry on the promises, on
Thursday the 30th day Id December, 1852,
JOHN STAHL. I the following described real estate, situated in
We the subscribers, citizens of Morris township, 1 , Cass township, Huntingdon county, part of the
do certify that the above petitioner is of good re- i real estate of Matthias Miller, late of said town
putt) lot honesty and temperance, and is well ship, dce'd., to wit
provided with house room and conveniences for A certain inessuage, tract, and plantation of
the accommodation of strangers, travellers, and land, situated in Hares Valley, in the county and
others, and that said Public Iluuse is necessary to township aforesaid, adjoining land of Geo. Quarry
accomodate the public and entertain strangers or on the South, other land of M. Milier, deed., on
travellers. the North, Rocky Ridge on the East, and Henry
J. E. Seeds, R. Kinkead, J. Plympton, Wil- Dell on the South, containing 100 ACItEli,
Liam Davis, S. Charleton, John Divers, Geo. ! more or less, about Forty Acres of which are
Haupt, Jossiah Fetterhoof, George Vst Walter, cleared and cultivated; the balance is well timber-
James Russell, Philip Walter, Joseph Shaffer, ed, and nearly all susceptible of being cleared and
Jeremiah Berry, George Keller, Alex. MeClintick. armed.
-- i The above described property is a part, to wit:
NEW GOODS! the Southern end of the tract of land owned by
Matthias Miller, from which it has been divided
EVERY MONT% I off for sale, jiy a line parallel to the Southern line
• orthe said tract.. This property is situated in a
At The Cheap Cash & Produce Store of healthy and Improving Valley, 4 miles West of
James Bricker. Brewster's. Factory, and six miles South orMa
pleton, on the Pa. Railroad.
The undersigned, encouraged during the past TERMS OF SALE.—One third of the pur
year, by the very liberal patronage of a discern- chase money to be paid :on the confirmation of
mg public, has :mule permament arrangements sale, and the residue in two equal annual payments
for receiving, from the Eastern Cities, FRESH thereafter, with interest, to be secured by the
GOODS EVERY MONTH! His stock of Gro- bonds and mortgage of the purchaser. •
caries, Drugs, Eonfectronares, Boot & Shoes, Li- Sale to contian'ce at 12 o'clock, noon, of said
quors, Notions, and general varieties, is now ex- day, when attendance will-be given by • •
tensive and comlete, of the very finest quality, ABRA 11 AM MIMI X, •
and sold wholesale or retnil, at thevery lowest Executor of Matthias Miller, dee'd.
figures for cash or country produce. M. F. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
Dec. 2, '52.-ly. Deeember 9,1852.-3 t.
SHERIFF'S SAL .S.
By virtue of sundry writs of Vend. I.lx. will be
exposed to sole nt public vendue, nt the,court
house in the borough of Huntingdon, on '.finlny
the I Itli day ofJanuarv, 1853, nt 10 o'clock, A. PI
the following described property, to wit:
All the right, title, and interest of John
Ramsey, in and to a lot of ground in Spring
field township, Huntingdon county, con
taining one half acre of grotind, bounded
by lands of Robert Madden and school
house rot, having thereon erected a one
and a half story frame weather boarded
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of John Ramsey, (of B.)
ALSO—AII the right, title, and interest
of defendant, George Murrits, in and to a
tract of land, in Hendersion township, Hun
tingdon county, containing 266 acres, be
the Caine more or less, having thereon er
ected two-two story log houses '2 log barns,
about 80 acres cleared and in a state of
cultivation, adjoining lands of the estate of
Alexander Gwin, Esq , dec'd., and land of
Elisha Shoemaker, with the appurtenances,
. Seized) taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of George Murrits.
ALSO—AII the right, title, and interest
of Elias Hoover, in and to all that certain
piece, parcel or tract of land situate in
Cromwell township, Huntingdon county,
bounded on the north by lands of Andrew
, llegie, D. Blair, Robinson & Co., on the
east b y lands of Blair; Robinson, & Co.; on
the south by lands of Locks, and on the
west by the Blackleg Mountain, containing
three hundred acres, more or less.
Seized, taken in execution, and to bo sold
as the property of Elias Hoover.
ALSO—A tract, or piece of land, iu
Henderson township, Huntingdon county,
containing 69 acres, more or less, about 45
acres of which are cleared and cultivated,
adjoining lands of James M. Sankey and
James Porter, having thereon erected a two
story log house, a log barn and other im
provements— the property of Defts.
Siezed, taken in executicn, and to be
sold as the property of William Sankey
and James 31. Sankey. '
ALSO—Two lots of ground in the town
of Warriorsmark, as the property of Abed
nego Stephens, being on the 'corner of the
street pr roads, ono of which leads. froth
Spruce Creek to Phillipsburg, and the oth
er from Birmingham to Pinegrove, and ad
a lot of Dr. 11. K. Neff on the'
north-west, having thereon a two story
Store llouSe on the corner, and a two sto
ry Dwelling, Muse on the lot adjoining
, Dr. Neff, both weath.erboarded and painted
white, with .other necessary buildings and
a stable—Also an out lot adjoining said
town, containing 6 acres, more or less, in a
good state of cultivation.
' Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of Abednego Steven'.
ALSO—AII Deft's right, title, and in
terest in and to a tract of land in Jackson
I township, Huntingdon County, containing
twenty-nine acres, about twenty of •which
are cleared and under fence, having there
on erected a Log House two stories high,
and a log barn, adjoining lands of Solomon
Hamer on the north, and on the west by
lands belonging to the estate of Leonard
Steffey, deed.,of Samuel Rudy on the
south, and,. tie east by lands of the es
tate of Leonard Steffey—Also ono other
, tract in Barree township, containing 15
acres 12 or ill of which aro cleared and
under fence, adjoining land of Nicholas
Troutwine on the east, Christian Gearhart
on the west, of Solomon Hamer on the
north, and lands of Thomas Logan on the
ISeized, taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of Michael Steffey.
ALSO—By virtue of a writ of Livari
Facias, will be sold at the same time and
I place the following described property ,to
' All that certain tract of land known as
the Blacklick tract situated in the town
' ship of Barree (now Jackson,) Hunting
don county, adjoining lands of John Brown,
John Davis and others, containing three
hundred and twenty-four acres and thirty
! nine perches with the usual allowance, sur
veyed on a warrant granted to Gen. W.
I‘PAleavy dated the first day of April A.
D. 1798, together with the hereditaments
and appurtenances, &o.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of James Alexander.
'WM. B. ZEIGLER, Sheriff.
Dee. 16, '52.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
300,000 Copies Sold I
TILL NEW CARMINA SACRAt
Improved SINGING BOOK, by L. MA:lox
I. A Selection of the best Tunes•.%rwk all Mr:
Mamou's prpriotts /;Dolt. 2. First - tote• ...Posi
tions by en. Zurisntt. 3. Appendix, contain
ing New 'l•anes. The whole making "the most
important book of Church MMia is the world."
The sale of Three Ileialted Thwisand entrai
ns. Sacra is sufficient evidence of its merits.—
Fifteen letter-stamps tent to the publishers, lice
& Kendall, Boston, will command a Orly by mail,
Also fbr sale by t 4• K., The Boston Ando.
my's Collection; The Psaltery; Mason's Large
Musical Exercises roc Schools; Mason's Juvenile
Singing Books; The Boston Glee Book (very
popular;) The Boston Academy's Collection of
Choruses (put down to $l4 per dozen;) and oth
er musical works.
Boston, Dec. 9, '52.-3t. •
- COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
A'l DEALIIIiS IN
BACON, PROW'CP.,,AND PITTSBURGH
A N U FACTURES;
No. 23 Wood St. Pittsburgh.
Particular attention paid to the sale of Blooms
and Pig Metal, and CABII advances made.
Estate of Il.nr WHITE, late of West township,
Letters testamentary having been granted to
the undersigned on the above estate, all persons
undebted will make immediate payment, and
those basing clains against said estate will pre
sent them dilly authenticated for settlement.
JOHN COIA)STOCtC, 5 Executors.
Dee. 9. '52.-61.
Orphans' Court Sale.
By virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court of
Huntingdon County, will be offered for sale at
the Court House in the Borough of Huntingdon,
Fahey the 24th day qf December, all o'clock, I'. .If.,
the following described property. to the
certain parcel of ground situated in said Borough
of Huntingdon, at the South-eastern corner of
Hill and Smith Streets, fronting 48i feet on Hill
Street extending in depth along Smith Street 70
feet to an alley ten feet wide, und extending along
said alley 98:1 feet. a n d including the ground be
tween said alley :aid a line running parallel there
to at the distance of forty feet therefrom in rear
of certain Bret: Offices 50 feet in length, having
thereon erected a large brick dwelling home.
Stable and other buildings. Also the undivided
half-part of a parcel of ground situated in said
thorough, fronting 50 feet ott Hill Street, and ex
cising in depth at right angles to said street,. :10
feet adjoining the said described mansion prop:,
ty . the west and south, having thereon erected
a one story Brick building used its Offices. Ako
the undivided fifteen twenty-fourth parts of thou
part of Lots No's. 8, 9 and lit, in tha plan of said
Borough of Huntingdon, which is described as fol
lows: bounded on the cast by Lot, No. 7, owned
by Thomas Fisher, fronting on Alegheny Street
the extent of said three Lotts, also fronting 120
feet on Smith Street, and bounded on the north
by an alley tell (bet wide, at the distance of 70
feet upon Hill Street to the extent of the same,
thence extending in breadth 44 feet from said al
ley tit 11W Street, adjoining part of the said de
seribed Iwo parcels on the west, and said Lot of
'Thoroas Fisher on the eest, having thereon erec
ted a large two story Stone Brick dwelling Hoe.,
used its a boarding House a small frame dm:biting,
a large Stable and other buildings... Alsd, the un
divided half part of a lot of ground to said Bor
ough), fronting fill, het 0,1 Washington Street,
and extending 200 fi2,t tw Mifflin Street, it being
to Corner Lot, and numbered 129, and having
thereon a frame Stable.
TERMS.—t hie third of the purchase moor:, to
be 'mid on confirmation of Safe, and the residue
in two equal annual payments, thereafter with
interest, to ho secured by the Bonds and Mort
gage of purchasers.
JOHN I'. MOCAHAN,
ELIZA 1). DORSEY,
Mmi s. of tireenberry Dorsey deed.
I will also, at the same time and place, offer
fur sale all my interest, it being the residue of
above property not advertised by the adminis
trators of Creenberry Dorsey, which will give
the purchaser a title to the whole.
DESNA I'. DORSEY.
Dee. 2, 1852.-41.
To the Stockholders of the Huntingdon
and Broad Top Mountain Rail
Road and Coal Company.,
To pursuance of the Act of incorporation, and of
the general Act of Assembly regulating Haitread
Companies, the undersigned, Commissioners of
said Company who have acted, hereby give no
tice, that they have appointed Monday the
tenth day of January, A. D. 1863,
between the hours of nine o'clock, A. M., and five
o'clock, P. M.. for the subscribers to the Capita!
Stock of said Company to meet at the Court
House in the Borough of Huntingdon, for the
purpose of organizing the said Company, by the
election of NINE directors, one of whom is, at the
same time, to be chosen as President.
J. G. Miles, A. P. Wilson, Thomas Fisher, .1.
3kCahan, James Garin, James Entrehin, David
Glair. James Saxton, John Kerr, John Scott, S.
S. Wharton', John A. Doyle, George Jack : son,./no.
Porter, Israel G callus, S. M. Grout, John.* COl..
!OA, Jame"' Oral., .1. B. Irintrae, Jac ~ b Cress-
Well,Chedes Mickley, Alexander King, Job Minn,
Samuel Russeit, William EranS, Andrew J.
Nea: WM. P. Schell, Lurid McM4Hrie, John D.
Gren, Wm. Ayres, George W. Speer, WM. P. Or
bison, Levi EI;(1113, .b a nes Patton, 11. 13. 'WHIT'',
A. II': Benedict, Alexander Pod, James Maguire,
Isaac .Gook, George Gwin, James Campbell, Lan
iel 'bury Zimmerman, W. T. Dougherty.
December 2, 1852.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
The subscriber otlbrs lbr sale, that valuable and
well improved Lot of Ground situate In Alleghe
ny or Railroad street, in the borough of Hunting
don, on which lie now resides, pod on which is
erected a Bitten DwnLiastf llouie, Mid u BRICK
BUILDING adjoining, suitable fur any mercantile
purpose, haring a good Store Room and Ware
house Room extending back to the Canal, with a
good well of water, a prick Cement Cistern, an
lee House, and all ether convenient out buildings;
in excellent repair. . .
Toms will Le made known by enquiry of the
subscriber. LOUIS SCILNEIbER.
December 2, 1852.—t.5.
DR. 111. A. HENDERSON..
HAVING pro pled himself with a now Office,
adjoining the late residence of hit ibtlier, 1)r.
Joittt...Hi:LnEnsoN, respectfully tenders hit Pro•
fossional services, as heretofore, to the public.
Huntingdon, Dec. 2, 1852.
AVERY large lot of /305031 PINS,
CUPP PINS, EAR RINGS, PENCILS
t j ./CE for the ladies at • ELM.
Estate of GEOliGli SCHELL, late of Penn town
ship, Huntingdon co-, deed.
Letters of administration having been granted
to -the undersigned, on the above estate, all per
soit4 'having claims .against soul estate will pre
sent theta duly authenticated for settlement, and
those intlebt,d will snake immediate payment.
• ' JOHN C. MOORS,
Nov. l t, 18:12.—Gt.' Admr's.
Th'i'und:,esigned Auditor npiTioteii by Alit Or
phans Court of lliattitigdOn (Vility, to distri
bute the assets In the hoods of Jolts G. Fleck,
Esq., Administrator de bolds non of Samuel D.
Miller, late of Warrioremark township, deed.,
among the creditors of•.Snid deceased, will attend
fur that purpose at the ofiice'of .Itio. Owens, Esq.,
in the Borough of li!rmingliani, on Moody, Jan
uary 3. 1853, at 10 o'clock Al.,•uhen and
where all persons interested can he present if
JAMES CLARKE, Atulßor.
Dec. 2,1252.-4 t.
Estate of D. L.BicoDE, late or Toil township;
Huntingdon county, deed.
Letters or administration having been granted
to the undersigned on the above estate, all per
sons knowing themselves indebted will make im
mediate payment, and thoie having claims will
present them Imq..lly :up hilitiested be settle
ment. LEVI EVA NS, Admr.,
Broad Top tp., Bedford co., Pa.
November 18, 1852.-60
CHEAPER. THAN THE CHEAPEST !
To his old frinds, and the Public Greeting.
Whereas I have just returned front the East,
n•ith n full supply of
Ready Illade. Clothing
for Men and Boys—l tun prepared to sell
cpats, front $2,50, to $14,00.
Pants, from $1,75, to $5,00.
Vests, from 75 rents, to $5,60.
Shirts, and Shirt Collars, Hats,. Cappf Bloves,
Suspenders, Or. of all serts4sitseg, az prices
to suit all purchasers. Call and manilla:, before
you buy, at the Old Stand in Market Street.
Huntingdon, October 21, 1852.
H. W. SNIT 11,
November IS, 1552
GT : Linseed Oil, 20 kegs pure White Lead,
Jersey Window Glass and rutty, for sale at the
store of GE°. G
BRITISH PERIODICAL LITERA
Republication of the
LONDON QUARTERLY, THE EDIN
BURGH. THE 'NORTH BRITISH,
AND THE WE , TMINSTE RE
VIEWS, AND BLACK
WOOD'S EDI N BITROH
TERMS.—anMENT TO DE MADE IN ADVANCE
For any one of the four Reviews, • • $3OO.
For any two do. • • 5 00.
For any three do. • • 7 00.
For all four of the Reviews, 8 00.
For Blackwood's Magazine, 3 00.
For Blackwood and three Reviews, • • 9 00.
For Blackwood and the four Reviews, 10 00.
LEONARD SCOTT & CO., Publishers,
79 .Falton street, entrance 54 Gold street,
Small, I , arm . for Sale.
The subscriber offers, nt private sale, the
Ridgeland Farm of 9U acres, on which he now re
sides, in Henderson township, one mile north•
cast of Huntingdon. The land is of • the best
„slate, all tillable, and well watered,
about •t 0 acres are in good cultivation, the rest
well timbered. A new, commodious, and neatly
finished frame house and log stable; and a fine
orchard ofyoung apple and peach trees— , -Mestly
grafted ti•uitt-.-are on the premises. -Ititendifig to
move , west -in the spring, 1 am determined to sell
on reasonable terms.
Oct. 15, '52.-3m.
Fall and Winter Clothing
AT THE HUNTINGDON CLOTH
A. WILLOUGHBY, has just returned from
the east with a huge and splendid assortment of
Fall and Winter Goods
for men and boys, made in the latest fashion and
in the most durable manner. Who ever wants
to be dressed better and cheaper than any body
eke in town, lot him call at WILLOUGIIBY'S
Clothing Store, one door West of Thus.
Heed & Son, drug store in Huntingdon. Call and
see for yourselves. October 21, 1852.
J. & W. SAXTON
Have just received the most magnificent supply of
Fall and Winter Goods
ever offered to the citizens of Huntingdon. They
consist of every variety of Dress Goods, such as
.Silk press Patters, *Mend figured—Merinos,
Permute Cloth,lin.de Lane, Alpacas of dif
ferent colors, Silk Luotres, &c.; &e., and every
thing in the shape ofLadieV•Dress Goods. Also,
Black Silk, Bonnet Silk, Sack Flannels of every
variety and color; Cloths, Cassimere and Vesting
of every variety and color. Suttinetts at all prices.
500 pieces assorted Prints, Long Shawls, Thibett
Shawls, MuslinS, Ginghams ' Flannels, Carpet n,
Carpet bags, Gent. Cravats, Ladies Collars; La
ces, Bonnet Ribbons, Feathers, Linings, Gloves
of every variety; Ladies Dress nimmings,--Mas
till, Tippets, Muffs, Bonnets, German Hoods,
the best assortment ever offeretlin !his place.
a beautiful assortment of every variety and at ex•
ceediugly low prices.
BOOTS and SHOES,
such as Grain Leather and courset. rogan Boots.
Also—all kinds of Ladies and GenßShoos; please
cull and examine our stock.
BATS and CAPS,
No. 1 Moleskin Flats, No. 2 Moleskin Hats, and
an endless variety of Caps for Men and Buys.
nt such prices us cannot fail to please the most
fastitlions.....tlhaa,,evcry :other article, such as
arc commonly kept in a Gountry store, which we
are selling lower than any other house in town or
country; call anti see. We arc determined to sell
off our old stock at cost, or under. [oct. 14, '52.
e;'10 Id-. Nu. 1 Herring, for sale at the store
.UST RECE EliBW for sale Fish, Suit and
Plogefr by J. & W. Stxvw.
Te MidOrsigned Auditor, appointed by the Or.
plms' (Vert of Huntingdon county, to distribe
the balance in the limas of James. Saxton, Admr.
of Benjamin Cortrit, tned.',.timongst those enti
tled to receive the same, hereby, gives notice, to
all parties interested,' that•hb Will attend to the
duties of his said npiatintmetit, on Wednesday the
29th day of Deeeniher, A. 1). 1851, o'clock,
P. M., at his °Nice in the borough of Huntingdon,
when a n ti where all per,uni interested may attend
if they think proper. JOHN IZgkir;
December 2,1052.-4 t. Auditor.
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The public are hereby inr,ructi :hut the sal)-'
scriber has leased that popular and utltknoivn
store room is the Elephant building, opposite thie
Railroad hotel, ',here he has just received and
opened the latest and hest supply of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
in town. I :dock tamsists of every variety o
1 OOW GRO('EItIES, IIAnDIrARE,
Qi.w.v.•;11.1 ieE ' Bows, 5/101•, &e., &c.,.
all or b ich wil l be sold low for the "dust," or
exchanged for country produce. . 4
Ladies and gentlemen. are,respectfully invited
to call slid “sce the Elephant,' at least, as no
charge is made for exhibiting the animal.
‘,‘ LEX. CARNION,
October 14, 1852.
“ALL'S GOLD THAT GLITTERS”
in the Large (ilul Splendid Stock of Watches,
feletity ;'nd Cloets, foot opened by
EDMUND SNARE. • ••
Ile has by far the most exteusive and 1:0,4 se
lected assortment ever brongi tto Huntingdon,
comprising Gold and Silver Watches, (Hunting
Watches, Patent Levers, And Lepincs and
Quar,i. , ,,) Fob, Vest and Guard Chains, Finger
:unl Ear Rings, Breast Pins Cu ff and Scarf Pins,
Medallian Cases, Seals, fi:eys, Pencils, Silver
Table Ware, Coral Beads, Spectacle:, Cold Pens,
Fine Knives, Port Monaies, and an mile, vari
ety of Fancy Gamin-
l'ers'unt , having tine IVatehes and Jewelry
needitig•repairing, can emithiently leave them •with
hitn, as he has 1•1111,11 /yell 011 e Cl the best workmen
in the State. Nl'ork w.ittnAicrEti.
Huntingdon, Oct. 14, 1852
- ft; ,6 All the World and the Rest of
KirOW YE THAT
Hasinst received from the Eastern Cities a largo
and splendid assortment of fresh
FALL and WINTER GOODS,
at his old stand in Market Square, where he will
he pleased to see his old customers, and the pub
• Ills Goods were selected to suit this market,
end he is determined to sell on terms to suit pur
Ills assortment consists of DRY-GOODS,
Boots and ShOe's, Hardware,.&.c.
mid tt kreat variety of GOMIS bran kinds.
Feeling thankfnl fin• last favore, he hopes, by
strict attention to business, to merit a continuance
of the same. [oct. 14,'5_.
MR. EDITOR :-
I mos one of the many of our citizens who
were attracted by the "Grand Exhibition," of our
neighbor Charles S. Black, Esq., and I of course
attended the opening exhibition, lam also ono
of the few who understand the value of a good
newspaper: Being therefore "booked up" in the
filets, and the price oldie press, and anxious to
impertsultSiantial knowledge to the unthrstand.
jay, of toy. neighbor, I have taken this method
to soy to all,--4fyon would have your Soles well
eared for, call at Black's, and examine his stock •
of Ladles, nud Gentletwas, shoes and bouts, he
warrants: the work nut.ripp and •stithhes withuot
charge if it doe, Neighbors try
Huutingdot! County Mutual Insur
'Wish to receive applications for agents,
from such persons as are willing to give
time and attention to the duties. The pay.
allowed will fully compensate agents for•
their trouble. Agencies and duties con
fined to the county. Apply in person or
by lottor, post-paid, to
DAVID SNARE, Sec.
AVATCRES, CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY.
The subscriber, thankful to his friends and pa
trons, and to the Public generally, fur their pa
tronage, still continues to carry on at the same
stand; one door east of Mr. C. Coat's Hotel, Mar
ket soon, Huntingdon, where he will attend to ,
all who will favor him with their custom, and al-•
SO keOpS on hand a good assortment of WATCHES,
JEWELRY, &c., &c., all of which ha is
determined to sell at low prices.
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry of all kinds will
be repaired at sht,i. notice, and having made ar
rangements with a good workman, all repairs will
be done in a neat and durable manner, and every
person leaving articles for repairing shall have
them done at the precise time. By paying strict
attention to business, and selling at low rates, he
hopes to receive a share of public patronage. :•
Huntingdon, Sept. 7, 1852.-Iy.
Ono of the best and largest selected stocks of
Bouts end Shoes iu Huntingdon. Also full as
sortment of Gum Shoes, of all sizes, nt the new
A beautiful oss.runent of Fancy Copings and
Li Vesting for sale by J. &W. SAXTON.
JOSEPH DOUGLASS, in McConnellstown,
has constantly ou.hand, and is prepared tc,
wake and repair GUNS °tall kinds at the short
est notice. Nov. 25, '22.
asT 100 Sucks of Suit in store, and for sale .
by Uzi). Gwix.
B"FHIDES, taken in exchange for good, of
the Cheup Store of J. BRICKER.
Blasting Powder and Safety Fuse always
on baud and for sale at the cheap store of