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RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
Of the County ollinntingdon, fromthe I ith day of
January, 1852, up to the 3rd day day of January,
1853, including both days:
Amt. in the Treasury at last settlement,•s3s3 02
1846, Jacob Kough, 'Porter. l5O 00
1848, Willimn MeGarvey, Shirley, 40 9G
" Mordecai Chi!cote, 'rod, 805
1849, Daniel Conrad. Franklin, 72 72
" Henry Elias, Tod, 502
1850, Samuel Henry, Barree, 2 85
" .T. Bari., Hight, Henderson, 70 00
" David Slountain, Hopewell, 15 00
" Peter Shaffer, Morris, 727
" William Dean, Penn. ' 15 00
~ William B. White. Walker,' " 09 95
1851, Jesse Yocum. Brady, 209 27
" John Love, Barree. 424 64
" David Mverly, Cass, 99 45
" William Cunningham, Clay, 110 21
" Daniel 'reague, Cromwell, 187 75
" James Cree, Ditlin, 201 23
" Samuel Slattern, Franklin, 702 46
" John Marks, Henderson, 641 90
" Jacob Weaver, Hopewell, 214 46
" John Smith, Jackson, 17(1 75
" Joseph Isenberg, Morris, 332 55
" John Grove Penn, 161 07
" Daniel Net?, Porter, 640 95
" Isaac Sharrer, Shirley,4B6 00
" John Brown, Springfied, lO5 87
Jonathan Briggs, Tell, 36 21
" Jesse Cook, Ted 137 00
" Moses Swciope, Union, 122 20
" Thotnaa Dean, Walker, 251 00
" .Azariali Sarketts. Warriorsmark,••376 69
" Charles Green, West, 927 00
1852, Janie. Forrest, Barree, 317 00
'• F. A. McCoy, Brady, 403 00
" John It. Goesnell, Cass, 2(10 00
~ Joint Kyler. Clay. 241 50
" John Bolinger. Cromwell, 134 12
" Brice Blair, Dublin, 240 00
" DanielWomelsdort, Franklin, 578 00
Jacob Miller, !lender4on,
John B. Donaldson, Hopewell,
" James H. Oaks, Jackson,
Michael Lowe, Morris,
'6 Samuel Bowers, Pena,
" .An•irew Anderson.l'orter,
" George Bowman, Shirley,'
~ J o h n Wihle. Springlield,• •
" A. C._lllolr,_Tell,
'‘ Levi Smith, Union
Suloamn Ilouck, 'fed,
John Coulter. Walker,
John Eyer, Warriorsmark.
William Moore, West,• • •
Amount of County tax received
on Unseated Land,
School tax, "
Road tux, "
Amount of Redemption money on
Unseated Lands received
'Mee last settlement,
Amount of Jury fees and fines re
ceived from Win. 13. Zeig
ler, Sheriff; fur 1851, 145 00
Amount for forfeiture of recogni
mince from John Lutz,
Attorney General and others on crim
Constables making returns and adver
tising Spring Elections,
Grand and Traverse Jurors, Court
Cryer, Tipstaffs, &e,
ACCeRSOII , ()Merv,
Judges, Inspectors and Clerks of Elec
Inquisitions nn dead bodies,
Stuairy persons premiums on Wild
Cats and Foxes,
Road and Briage views, $268 00
Damages for a Road to Isaac Site
Finl:tying out a State Road, 140 50 617 50
For building Bridge across Ray,.
town Branch by A. Cannon, 700 00
Fur building Bridge arr.. Trough
Crock, at Paradke Furnace, by
Alcx-noler Cannon, 200 00
For linihling Bridge across T,ittle
Juniata River. in connection with
.7 Reuben Romig, 525 00 1479 00
For reimiring Bridge at 'lawns, 264 3G
Eliel Sm;th, 109 00
Bohan Stitt, 85 00
Isaue Pci,htal, 60 00
William Hutchison. in full, 42 00 296 00
Interest on County Bonds and Order , :—
Henry Fackler, 30 00
William Orhison, Esq., 90 00
John 11. Gossnell, 41 53
John Shaver, Esq., 25 00
Thomas Fisher, 84 00 21'0 53
J. A. INll,
Thomas Fisher, 13 50
David Parker, 19 50
Kenzie L. Green, 12 00 40 00
Clerk to Commissioners in full for 1851, 50 00
'• on account for 1852, 250 00
Coal and Wood for Court House and Jail, 137 42
Mary Gibson. for cleaning C'rt House,&c, 21 00
Mrs. Jane Kehn, washing for Coun
Repairs to Court House and Jail,
Sundry persons for laud sold at
Treasurer's sale. &c.,
Sundry persons, School tax on un
Sundry persons, Road tax on un
Theo. H. Cramer, Pro'ty. fees. sta
tionary for the Court, B lank
Samuel Smith, fur cutting wood,
shoveling snow, &c. for 4 years,
George Jackson. and John Whit
taker, fur hoarding Jurors,
Counsel to Commissioners—
John Reed. in full for '5l. $4O 00
on account for '52, 20 00
'‘ Percentage tor mo
nor collected, 7 50
John G. Miles, fees on suit
Bunt. vs Blair Comity' 40 00 107 50
For establishing Meridian Line, 21 37
Dr. J. Hoffman. thr medicine and
attendance to prisoners in Jail,
S. M. Green. for appraising Bridge over
the Juniata Oliver at Huntingdon.
Bock and Stationary for public offices,
A Willoughby, Coat for prisoner,
W. B• Zeigler, Shff. for summoning in
rurs, boarding prisoners, and convey
ing convicts to the Penitentiary. &e., 612 98
Sundry persons, Redemption Money on
Interest on Bonds for Poor Boosts pro
Treasurer's Commission on $29127,15
at li per cent..
Balance In the Treasury,
In testimony of the ~o rreetness of the above ao..
count, we have hereunto set our hands this 12th
day of January, A. D. 1853.
ELIEL SMITH, Commie're.
Account tf the Directors of eta Poor gf Bunting.
don County fur the year 1832.
Amount received from sale of produce of
Your House Farm by B. Brewster,
Esq., Treasurer, $353 04
Receipt of Dayid Burket for corn, 16 06
" • • -18011 Wigton, &c., fort corn _ _ _
and oats, 178 484
Cash paid David Blair; Esq., Counsel for
the Directors,sl2 00
Draft in favor o David Burket, 5 00
Commission on $365,04 at per cent., 547
Balance in the hands of the Treasurer, 5l 5
We the undersigned Auditors of the County of
Hnntingdon, do hereby certify that we have ex
amined the orders of the Commissioners of sold
County, and the receipts fir the same, fir and du
ring the post year, and find a balance in the Trea
sury of three thonAand six hundred and thirty
eight dollars and fifteen cents.
'And also that we have examined the account
of the Directors of the Poor of mid County,• and
find a balance in the hands of the Treasurer of five
hundred and fifteen dollars and eleven and ono
Given under our hands this 12th day of Jantut.
ry e A. 1). 1832.
IC. L. GREEN,
DA VII) PARKER, 'Co. Auditors.
Feb. 2, 1853.
NEW STORE, & NEW GOODS.
Simon & Gabriel Levi,
Respectfully announce to their friends and the
public in general, they Will open 00 Saturday
next at the old stand in Market Square, in the
Borough of Huntingdon, lately occupii.d by one
of the firm,
AN ENTIRELY NEW AND CHOICE SE.
LECTION OF STORE GOODS
OF ALL 'KINDS,
DRY GOODS, of every description, of the la-
test styles and best qualities.
. GROCERIES of all kinds, fresh and of the
READY-MADE CLOTHING—a large stock
for men and hoys,of the best material and Nell
BOOTS AND SHOES---a large assortment of
coarse and fine.
BATS AND CAPS. for men and boys.
QUEEN SIVARE ' HARDWARE, LA SS
WARE, &c. &c.,
all of which will be sold low, for cash or country
The public generally, and the old customers of
S. Levi, in particular, aro earnestly invited to
call and examine the Goods and prices.
Jou. 26, '23.
Farm for Sale or Rent.
I will sell or rent my Gam, situate in Porter
township, within two miles of Petersburg, eon
tabling 147 Acres of limestone land, of which
100 Acres are cleared and in a good state of
cultivation. There is erected thereon, a good
house and Barn, all necessary improvements, and
also two good orchards. Persons wishing to buy
or rent will cull on the subscriber residing in Al
exandria. PIIILIP PIPER
Jan. 26, '53.-30
, 651 03
Orphans' Court Sale.
By virtue of an order Of the Orphans' Court of
Huntingdon county will he offered fur sale iu the
Borough of Huntingdon on
60 Z 3
Friday die IBlh day of February al 2 o'clock, P
the following described property, to wit:
The undivided twelfth part of a tract of good
lime-stone land, situated in Warriorsmnrk town
ship, Huntingdon county, containg 306 Acres
and thirty-tire perches, on whirl) is an Ore Bank,
commonly called the Dorsev Ore Bank.
A Lti(i, the undivided fifteen-twenty-fourth
parts of that mire of Lots Ni,. 9,9, a n d to, in
the pint of said Borough, which is described as
follows: Bounded on the east by lot No. 7, own
ed by Thomas Fisher. fronting. on Allegheny
Street the extent of sold three lots, also fronting
120 feet on Smith Street, and hounded on the
north by an alley ten feet wide, at thn distance of
70 feet upon Hill Street to the extent of the same,
thence extending in dreinith 47 feet from said alloy
to hill Street, adjoining part atlas sold descri
bed two parcels on the west. and said lot of Thom
as Fisher on the east, having thereon erected a
large two story Stone and Brick Dwelling House.
ALSO, the undivided half part of the Brick
Building used as otliees.
TERMS.—One third of the purchase money to
be paid on confirmation of sale and the residue in
two equal ammal payments thereafter, with inter
est, to be secured by the Bonds and Mortgage of
purchaser. _ . .
97 00 276 75
JNO. P. MeCAITAN,
ELIZA D. DORSEY,
Mmes. or Greeoberry Dorsey. deed'
I will also, at the same time end place, oiler
for sale all my interest in the Stone Douse pro
perty and Brick Offices, it being the residue of
above property not advertised by the Administra
tors of Greenberry Dorsey, which will give the
purchaser a title to the whole.
HENRY I'. DORSEY.
Jan. 26, '53.-4t.
Orphans' Court Sale.
BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Huntingdon county, we will expose to Pub
lic Sale, upon the premises, MI FRIDAY THE 18TH
DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. 1). 1853, the following
described real estate, late the property of John
Plummer, deceased, viz.
All that certain plantation and tract of land sit
unte in Hopewell township, Huntingdon county,
and near to the line of the proposed IlnoAo Top
HAtutoAn, adjoining lands of David llombangh,
James Entrekin, Leonard Weaver Eli Plummer,
and others, containing about Acres, more
or less, having thereon it two story log dwelling
house, a large frame hank bars, a SAW mill and
other out buildings, and a good orchard of fruit
trees. It is en excelbmt property and in a desira
ble location, aftbrding a tine opportunity for in
vestment in one of the best rallies in the interior
of the State.
TERMS OF SALE.—Otte third of the pur
chase money to be paid on confirmation of sale,
residue in too equal annual payments with inter
est, except so much as it shall he necessary t o r e .
Cain on account of the charge in favor of [lie widow
or Eli Plummer, deed., which sum is to remain
iu purcha,t's Lan .s until her death, interest up
on it to he paid to her annually, to be secured by
bonds and mortgage of purchaser.
BRA II A M PLUMMER,
ELI PLUMMIER, Adair's.
January 26, 1653.-41
Attention, Lumbermen ::
The undersigned offer for sale ono of GEORGH
RAGE'S Second Closs Portable Saw Mills, with a
fifteen horse power engine attched, and in com
plete running order. It was bought and put tip in
June last, and the mill and engine Is made of the
hest material. This mill will cut 1000 feet of lum
bar per hour, and is at present situated near Bald
Eagle Furnace, Blair Co. For further particu
lars enquire of E. L. Shultz, Bald Eagle Furnace
MARK & SHULTZ.
Jan. 19, 1852.-2 m.
JUST RECEIVED and for sale Fish, Salt and
Paw , by J. & W. S.~xron•.
Estate of ELIZAULTU• CRANE, late of Franklin
Letters testamentary on the above Ettete hav
ing been granted to theundersigned, nll persons
indebted will make immediate payment, and those
having claims will present them duly authentica
ted for settlement.
JON'A. McWILLIAMS, Admr.
Tam. 26, '53.-6t.•
Orphans' Court Sale.
By virtue of an order of an Orphans' Court of
Huntingdon County, we will expose to public sale
on the premises on
Wednesday the Itch day of February 1853,
the following described real Estate, late the pro
perty of Joshua Cox, deed., situated in the town
ship of Warriorsmark in Huntingdon County,
adjoining lands of the heirs of John Spitler, dec'd.,
lands of Samuel Stine, G. lit J. Shoenberger,
Jim Copenhaver and others,
Acres inure or less, and haiing thereon erected
a log plastered dwelling house, two other smaller
houses, a bank burn, and other necessary out
It is an excellent property, in a convenient
and desirable location, whet, a market can be
found fin• all the products of the farm.
TERMS Oh' SALE —One third of the pur
chase money to be paid on the confirmation of the
sale ono third in one year, with interest, and the
residue thereof, to be paid at the decease of the
widow, the interest thereon to be paid to her an
totally, and to 14 secured by Bonds and Mort
gage. JOHN THOMPSON,
Jan. 26, '53.-3t. Trustee.
Orphans' Court Sale,
By virtue elan order of the Orphans' Court of
Huntingdon county, there will be sold at public
residue or outcry on the premises on
Friday the 25th day of February 1853,
the following described real Estate situated in
Clay township Huntingdon county,the property of
Caleb M. Green, late of the township and county
alin•esuid, deed., to:wit:
A certain messuage or parcel of land situated
in Clay township in the county of Huntingdon
aforesaid, bounded by lands of Jonathan Gruen on
the west, land of George Hudson Esq., on the
north, by other lands of said deed., and of A. K.
Green on the east, mid by other lands of A. K.
Green on the south, containing 83 Acres
more or less, about forty acres of which are clear
ed, with a log dwelling house, and a double pen
log barn thereon erected. •
ALSO, ut the same time mid place, the one
undivided half part of 30 Acres el' and sur
veyed in the name of Thomas Green, adjoining
the land above mentioned and described on the
west and south, land of George Hudson Esq. on
the north, and other land of said dec'd., and of A.
K. Green on the east, situate in the County and
ALSO, at the same time and place, the one
utulevided half part of a parcel of. 33 Acres of
mountain land, adjoining the land last above men
tioned and described on the west, Julia Hopper on
the north, Jack's Mountain on the cast, and the
land first above described on the south, situate in
the county and township aforesaid.
ALSO, at the sante time, on the premises, the
undivided two sevenths of a certain Sawmill with
the privileges awl appertenances thereto belong
ing, situate in Clay township and county afore
said, called now Hudson's sawmill, and situate
and hieing on a certain piece or parcel of land now
owned by Geo. Hudson, Esq., adjacent to the
lands of the said dee'd., above described.
TERNI OF SALE.—One third of the pur
' chase mono to be paid on Confirmation of the
sale, and the residue in two equal annual pay
' memo, thereafter, with interest, to he secured by
dm bonds and mortgage of the purchaser. Sale
to commence at 1 o'clock, afternoon (dui(' (Illy
when attendanee will be given by
AUGUSTUS K. GItEEN, Admr.
M. F. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
Orphans' Court Sale.
By virtue of an ands order of the Onthans'
Court of the county of Huntingdon, there will be
sold at public veudue or outcry on the premises
Saturday the 26th day uf l'eLruaiy 1853,
the following described real Estate situated in .
Cass township in the county of I luntingdon afore
said, the property of Mathias Miller, late of said
township and county deed., to wit:
A certain messnage awl tract of land situate in
Cass township in the ellllsty ot Huntingdon afore
said, bounded on the north-east by land of Amos
I. Smith, on the south-west by hold of Henry
l)ell, on the south by land of George Quarry, turd
on the south-east by Rocky Ridge, containing
300 Acres more or less, fifty acres of which
mu cleared and cultivated with a two story log
dwelling house and a small stable thereon ere,
said land is Patented, and is located in a
healthy and hum. in } ; valley, 4 miles west of
Brewster's Factory, mid 6 Miles south of Maple
ton on the Penn'. Railroad.
TERNIS OF SALE.—One third of the pur
chase money to ho paid on confirmation of the
sale, the residue in two equal annual payinenta
thereafter, to he secured by the Bonds and Mort
.gate of the purchaser. Side to continence at
u'el.ek, internam of said day when attendance
will be given by
ABRAHAM MYER rx,
Executor of Muthitto
M. F. CAMPBELL, Clerk,
Jun. 26, '53.-4t.
Orphans► Court Sale.
In persuance of its order of the Orphans' Court
of Huntingdon County, the undersigned Trustee
appoint.' tier that purpose, will expose to sale at
public vesulue on the premises 011 SATURVAY
TUB 'Situ DAY OF FEBRUARY NEXT, the
lug described real estate of Vrederick Harman,
late of Cromwell township, its said county, dee'd.,
to wit: A tract of limestone hind situate in said
township and county, suljoinhig land late of Thom
as 'l'. Crumwell, now occupied by John Heck, on
the west and south,, land of John Bolinger on the
cost, land of William Gilliland on the north-cast,
a nd loud of Joshua Johns on the north containinv,
150 Acres, be the same more or less, allotit
108 of which are cleared, and in a good state of
cultivation, having thereon two 1.0 t; Dwelling
Houses, It Log Bank Barn, Stable, en d oth er
ui Idi ssysand also an Apple O;ehe
TERMS OF SALE.---(nie third attic pur
chase money to be paid on the confirmation of the
sale, one third in ono year thereafter, with inter
est from the confirmation, and the residue at the
death of the widow of said deed., the interest
though, to be paid to her annually, and until her
death; which payments orb to he secured by the
bonds and mortgage of the purchaser.
DA NIEL . TEAG UE, Trustee.
Jon. ID, 1852.-4 t.
S. L. Glasgow, Esq., having located himself
with me in my Mike, will attend to my profession
al business duringmy absence r.t Harrisburg.
My olienta can repose implicit conlidence in
and can expect Willful and prominent atten
tion to any business they may have to transact.—
Mr. G. is a young man or acknowledged ability,
already with considerable legal acquiretnents, and
with unexceptionable moral habits.
8. S. WHARTON.
S. L. Glasgow, Esq., having established him
sell in the office with Col. S. S. Wharton, in Main
Street, near the Court Iloutei will punctually it
tend to all legal business entrusted to his care.
Jan. IC, '53.-3t.
Notice to Contractors.
SEA , , , TE ,t i
I?iriposals will he received, up to the
y next, for making and deliv
erinie 200,000 Brick, and for the bedding
of a Poor House on the farm. near Shirley,-
burg. Proposals will be received fur making and
delivering the Brick alone, or for furnishing the
Brick and all other materials, and erecting and
completing the Poor House altogether. The
Contractors to have the privilege of making' the.
Brick upon the Poor [louse farm, if the proper
material can he obtained on it—but this privilege
to extend to the clay alone, and not to include
wood for bunting or any thing else. The plan
and specifications can he seen at any time, at the
store of John Brewster, in Shirleyshurg, with
whom proposals can be left, or they may be hand
ed to either of the undersigned Directors.
January 12, 1853.
THE Commissioners of Huntingdon County
having purchased the Toll Bridge, near the
West end of the borough of Huntingdon, there
fore notice is hereby given to all persons indebted
to the Juniata Bridge Company, in said county,
by bond, note, or tar yearly subscriptions of toll,
to make payment of the same, without delay, to
JAMES G WIN, Treasurer.
January 19, 1853.
Foundry for Sale or Rent,
THE old estahlkhed Stone Foundry, 40
by 40 feet, Ware Room 30 by 40 feet, En
gine House SO by 31 feet; Patterns for Cook
Stoves, 3 sizes—Patterns for Cook Stoves for
Coal and Wood, S sizes; Parlor Stoves ibr Wood
or Coal, Tight Air Stoves, Thrashing Machine
Patterns, Patterns for Egg Stoves, 4 sizes; and
tier Casuals liar Forges and. Rolling Mills. Wagon
Bon Patterns, Hill-side and Bull Plough Patterns,
Iron Wash Kettles, with a variety of other Pat
terns, and a largo Lathe for turning Iron or Wood,
all in good order.
Apply to the subscriber nt Alexandria.
January 12, 1853.
CORNPIWPST & CUNNINGHAM
Are now differing at their Store and
Warehouse in Portitown,
The most extensive Stock of DRY-GOODS,
Groceries, Class, Hard, and Queenswarc,
Boots Shoes, Hats, Caps and Heady
ever offered by one establishment in the county.
Their assortment is full and complete. and is un
surpassed in quality or cheapness, by any thing in
this market. Their operatic,ta in the Grain and
Produce business are very heavy, and are all eon
darted on a cash principle. All kinds of tucr•
chantable grain are paid fur in rash as soon no
delivered, and at the following advanced prices
After the first of April next, they will alaeon•
neet with their business, the HUNTINGDON MILL;
they will pay Cll,ll fl,r all train delivered to them
at their Mill and will dallier, twice a week, on
Tuesday and Friday, all the family grinding en
trusted to their care, without additional charge.
Jun. 12, 1852.-Iy.
Orphans' Court Sale.
Be virtue of on order of the Orphans' Court
will be sold at Public Vendue or Outcry, on the
premises, ON FRIDAY TIIE 25TH DAY OF FED-
ReARY, 1853. n tract or parcel of land, late the
estate of Leonard Stetlby, he'd., situate in Bar
ra. township, being the mansion tract, containing
101 Acres of land, mare or las, adjoining
lands of Nicholas Trontwine, George Burst, Solo
mon Bonier and Christian Gearheart; on which
is erected a log house mai log barn, and a b out
9i Acres cleared tlmrcon; the same being lime
stone land, with a good Balaton° sla•ing in almost
TIEMS OF SALE.—One third of the pur
chase mono• to he paid on confirmation of sale,
the balance in two equal annual payments with
interest, to he secured a the bonds and mortgage
of the purchaser.
By the Court, M. F. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
Atteudeuee given by ADAM STEFFY.
Jan. 12, '.l3.—Gt. Administrators.
In exchange for merchandize, 500 bushels of
dried apples, paired; 250 bushels of Peaches, un
paired. A. S. HARRISON, & Co.
Estate of GEORGE ROBERTSON, Into of Spring.
field tortiship, aced,
Letters Testamentary on the above Estate,
having been gr.tnted to the undersigned. all per
sons indebted will make immediate payment, and
thoge elitims will present them duly cc.
thenticated tor settlentimt.
GE011(II: 110111 , JITS()N,
TI1(1:111'SON STAINS, 5 Exceutors.
Jan. 12, 1853.—Gt.'
FARM FOR SALE.
Will he sold at Private Sale, a farm situated in
Woodcock Valley, 141 miles from Huntingdon,
and 2 miles float Markleshurg, and known us the
Tract. It consists of SISO Acres
of land, of which about 250 acres are elt arai i,
fenced, and tinder cultivation, and tilt balance is
well timbered. Thu property is well waterc,d,
several streams passing thrc,ngh it. Nearly the
whole tract is Limestona L an d an d can , bo ms d a
to yield largely. Tuo improvements aro Three
Th , ening 14. .:uses and to Barn.
A I*.rge portion ot• the purchase mooed will he
o .lmed to cretin secured by a mortgage on the
Apply to Miles & Dorris, Huntingdon, or Jacob
Crseswell. Trough Creek.
N. B. The land is patented. Possession will
be given on the Ist of April next.
Huntingdon Dec. 16, 32.41:
New Nods and New Prices.
A. S. HARRISON, & Co., have just opened
a magnificent assortment of rich and rare Store
Goods, at their new store room in Portstown.
Their stuck is entirely new, and consists uf
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS AND
SHOES, HATS ANL) CAPS, GLASS,
HARD & QUEENSWARE. READY
MADE CLOTHING. VARIE-
TIES AND NOTIONS, &a.,
all of which will ha sold at the lowest rates for
cash or exchanged for country product,
it The highest price given at all times for
every description of merchantable grain.
Broad Top Dept, Dec. 30, 1852.
Blasting Powder and Safety Fuse always
on hand and tbr sale at the cheap store of
B EEF HIDES, taken in exchange forgood , at
the Cheap Store of J. BRICKER.
20 Ws. No. 1 Herring, Ow sale at the store
Al Gico. Gwin.
List of Outstanding Balances due ianuary lid, OM, by the following
Henderson, J. Davis Hight, 46 8b 35 00
Hopewell, David Mountain, 1 79 32 30
Penn, William Dean, 88 54 26 60
Springfield, Henry Cremor, 1! 90 17 50
Brady, Jesse Yocum, 79 73 43 00
Barree, John Love, 36 47 111 34 35 00
Cromwell, Daniel Teague, 159 85 109 61 23 23
Dublin, James Cree, 5 21 27 00
Henderson, John Marks, 58 00
Porter, Daniel Neff, 32 98
Shirley, Isaac Sharrer, 286 75 159 33 67 00
Springfield, John Brown, 51 01 26 G 9 22 50
Tell, Jonathan Briggs, 10 78
Tod, Jesse Cook, 122 09 84 91 26 50
Walker, Thomas Dean, 75 12 74 64 51 50
West, Charles Green, 273 64 306 92 79 50
- Murree., James Forrest, 722 68 705 34 54 00
fßrady, F. A. M'Coy, 239 95 219 16 61 00
-Wass, John R. Gosnell, 89 56 17 20 6 00
•Clay, John Kyler, 8 27 32 00
f Cromwell, John Bolinger, 420 48 271 99 49 00
*l'Dublin, Brioe Blair, 159 46 140 12 29 00
tFranklin, Daniel Womelsdorf, 696 79 653 25 51 50
fHopewell, John B. Donaldson, 162 16 142 75 923
fJackson, James S. Oaks, 499 51 445 71 51 00
fMorris, Michael Lowe, 541 24 506 92 31 00
"Penn, Samuel Bowers, 184 68 162 26 38 00
"Porter, Andrew Anderson, 789 36 772 61 56 50
"Shirley, George Bowman, 737 04 698 92 70 50
fSpringfield, John Wiblo, 179 46 165 65 30 00
"Tell, A. C. Blair, 79 14 88 04 86 50
Union, Levi Smith, 224 48 207 88 19 00
Tod, Solomon Houck, 216 05 183 89 15 00
"Walker, John Coulter, 485 86 449 41 52 50
Wariorsm'k., John Kyre, 144 35 R 1 21 48 50
"West, William Moore, ' 1130 35 1132 81 72 00
*Since paid in ful. "Since paid in part. Tit appears by Mr. Conrad's Duplicate
that $25 of the above amount had been paid to the former Treasurer and not credited
on the County Books.
Given under our hands and Seal of Office, 3d January, 1853.
alieSt : HENRY W. MutEa, Clerk
AND DEALERS IN
BACON, PRODUCE, AND PITTSBURGH
No. 23 Wood St. Pittsburgh.
Particular attention paid to the sale of Blooms
and 19g Metal, and CASH . advances made.
Dre. 9, 's2.—ly.
At The Cheap Cash & Produce Store of
The undersigned, encouraged during the past
year, by the very liheral patronage ola discern
ing pohlie, has made permanent arrangements
fur receiving, from the Eastern Cities, FRE`;;LI
Gt HAP.; EVERY MONTI!! His of Gro
ceries, I bmgs, Confeetionnres. & n um
gnurs, Notions, 01 01 trx!:;:ral varieties, is now ex
tensive and com!;ete, of the very finest quality,
and sold ‘e;iolesale or retail, at thevery lowest
figures for cash or country produce.
Dec. 2, '52,-)y,
DR. M. A, eIIiNDERSON,
T-TAVING Provided himself whit a new Office,
11 adjoining the lam residence of ids hither, 1)r.
JOHN liuNnuitsos, respectfully tenders Ids Pro
fessional services, its heretofore, to the public.
Huntingdon, Dee. 2, 1652.
Small k arm for Sale.
The subscriber offers, at private sale, the
Ridgeland Farm of 00 acres, on which he now re
sides, in Henderson township, one mile nova,-
east of Huntingdon. Thu land is of the best
quality of slate, all tillable, and well watered,
about 40 acres are in good cultivation, the rest
well timbered. A new, commodious, and neatly
finished frame house and log stable; arid a fine
orchard ofyoung made and peach trees—mostly
grafted fruit—urn on the premis,. Intending to
move west in the spring, I urn determined to sell
on reasonable terms.
Oct. 15, '52.-3m,
GRAND ()1' KING
Fall and Winter Clothing
AT THE HUNTINGDON CLOTH-
A. WILLOUGHBY, has just returned llrom
the east with it large and splendid assortment 01
Fall and Winter Goods
for men and boys, made in the latest fashion and
in the most durable manner. Who over wants
to be dressed better and oheaper than any body
else in too a, let him call at Wll,4oUollWell
ClOthlug Store, one door West of Thos.
Reed & Sou, drug store in Huntingdon. Call and
see for ronrsolves, October 21, M.:.
County ro.t. Staff T,L7
Names of Collectors
A. B. Sangaree,
John R. Hunter,
Geo. W. Mattorn,
Co fins Hamer,
Jacob Kougb, •202 08
Thomas W. Neely, 12 5u
Jno. H. Stonebraker, 99 39
William B. Smith,
David S. Bell,
J. & W. SAXTON
litive just received the most imignteivent snpplgoi
Fall and Winter Goods
ever offered to the citizens of Ilan tingdon. They
consist of every variety of Dress Goods, such as
Silk Dress Patents, plain and figured—Merinos,
Famous Cloth. Muslin do Lane, Alpacas of dif
ferent colors, Silk Lustros, &e., and every
thing in the shape of Ladies' Dress Goods. Also,
Black Silk, Bonnet Silk, Seek Flannels of every
variety and color; Cloths, Cassiniere and Vesting
of every variety and color. Sattiuutts at all prices.
500 pieces assorted Prints, Long Shawls, Thibett
Shawls. Muslim:, Ging:hams, Flannels. Carpets,
Carpet hags, Gent. Cravats, Ladies Collars; La
ces, Bonnet Ribbons. Feathers. Linings, Gloves
of every variety; Ladies Dress Tel Mas
tin, Tippets, SLith, Bonnets, German Hoods,
the best assortment ever offered in this place.
a beaetUul assortment of every variety and at ex
ceedingly low prices.
BOOTS and SITOES,
such as Grain Leather, and cearset. rogen Boots..
Also—all kinds of Ladies itud GenliShues; please
call and exatnitio out stuck.
HATS and CAPS.,
No. 1 Moleskin Hats, No. 2 Moleskin Hats, and
an endless variety of Capslbr 2don and Boys.
nt such prices as cannot fatal to please the most
fastidious.' Also—every other article, each as
are comments kept in a country store, which we
are selling rower than any other house in town or
country; call and see. We are determined to sell
01 our old stuck at cost, or utxler. [oct. 14, '52.
H. W. SMITH,
!NAT LAT DON P.l
November IS, 1852.
One of the hest nod largeit sclectuti stocks of
Boots and Shoes hi liontiwdon. Also ilia as
sortment of Gant Shoes, of all sites, at the new
store of J. 13womn.
Nails, ail kinds and sizes, for sale at the new
store of J . Bricker.
Fresh Cheese Aiwa; s un hand and for att:a
at tho now atom of J. Bricker.
TOSEPII DOUGLASS, in ALConnellstown,
has cem.tantly nn hand, and is prepared to
snake and repair GUNS ofoll kinds at the alm.
est notice. Nov. 25. '52.
A VERY large lot of bths.l.l P. I
15. CUFF PINS, EAR RI.VG ()
er KEYS for the ladies at Riots. SNARL'''.
eir Linseed Oil, 20 kegs pare White Lead.
Jersey Window Ghos :bud rutty, for sale at thb
store of QEM. GWIN •
80 4 - 1 7