The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. (Somerset, Pa.) 183?-1852, October 13, 1846, Image 3
J " i i I 5 i ! f I j I t j I f j f t I t ; i i t ? i i j i i ; ! I I i i i I' i i f i ! i I SOMERSET HERALD. Trnf:;uY, OCTOBER 13, 1810. s 'i7 VAl.V.ZX F.-7- r.f n:!i.'.!o!-.;:n at his ;- tl.nilcci'l Cd Vi'cr, is oiir ouhorlr-rJ 'i'i''ur A'V;,ws A.i?fiLr,ni!3 cJ Xub-f-r t!.c -HEiTAI-IT aid U cb'ifcrd .-V.'i i-.v.T to receipt fr any io:-:,r r..iJ f.'iwii? ciiio. vcri'LiJadclpbia, icv Yurk,Cs'.t:3iorf amlL'K-.v.n. mi: w.i V.'c r-vc highly interesting intelligence j-,;,- week from the seat of war. (Jen. 'j.oj! is advancing still farther into the interior cf Mexico, while the Mexicans rrpc::r to be making extensive prepr.ru tiaas to give him a warm reception wlieu ncr they can attach him to advantage. Yfn.it the result will be, none can foretell. (Jen. Tavior will no doubt act with be- j ' GZocittV. , t . . , , ri Each successive week tlevclcpcs more commg prudence. Cut in the heart o. of fjft , ..,r illftueRce cf the enemy's country, with a small force he .u;k anj Dallas" Tarifi. During under him, and remote from magazines the past week, there have been a number of provisions and ammunition, what can j of stoppages among the dry goods deal- , , . j . t, ; crs hi ?bis city, some of whom have been In be expected to accomplish! Is it noi. ; ut -? . -... , 1 , , , A . i aMe to comnromtse v.ntn their creditors Ube feared that prudence anJ courage :;( foj.!v (if fiy ce,;L? a!lll ff0 on rain; and discipline may have to yield to supe-; Vl diilc Olivers have gone by the board tn ricr numbers? We confess that we hava ' tirrly. The sudden rcducticn that has ftrious apprehensions for t!ie fate of his; taken place hi the ralueof e'oods, in cm- , , T .i- i ' scour nee f t!i? nw TariH, must neco?- ht'de armv. 3lanv are cn L'tc sier.-.i-t, .. , , . "... . . i sari v produce such ronseorjenccs. i he un .b.e ior duty. A line oi pests has to; caa?s Iiave proj.,?ej a p-u.;s jn all I? esiab!ihed to keep up a communiea- i the lounufhciuring districts, and have in tioa with Point Label, whence the sup- i dueed some to make immediate prepr.ra-pli.-s for the Armv have to be dra.vn. A ! to abandon their busine?. It was , t i . . ! rumored on Saturday that tv. o of the lar- liumber are required aiso as escorts to Lie . , 1 i irest manutactcries in Manavur.k are abont baggage trains, and a number more to i',, dased. A single manufacturer is uke care cf the sick. In this way the ' reported to have two hundred thousand active ricimxo force must ueeessarilv ' dolhirs worth cf goods on hand, upon become greatlv reduced, and the Mcxjj !n,h ther is an averse reduction in the " ; marKet va"je, of from twentv to twentv- cans, aware of me iact, may not be slow fivp ocnt Thc (li,astcrs' which lhis in availing themselves of the advantage j British scheme for ruining American ma vhich these circumstances obviously give ' nufactnrcs, is working out, are painful to them. That they, have determined 'on j conlcmplatp. Philad. Chronicle, raa'r in? a bold stand, either at Monterev ! . f-, t ii i or antiuO, is but too apparent; anJ tliougii Cen. Taylor and his men may, and' Tlie 3Icxcnns to supiJorl oar doubtless win fight with their usual bra-J Army, very, the enemy, being in his own coun- j T!jC 'asliington Union, m the course try," will perhaps be able to choose his j of an editorial article, makes the follow own jrround and brin- up reinforcements ! S" iporkaut announcement, by which it m case of necessity, and thus overpower j the Americans Wc shall most heartily rejoice iii a different result, but repeat that the present situation and condition of; . i i i , i . 1 the Army are such as are calculated to, ' . fill the mind with the most serious ap- prehensions. j Maryland Election. j We have some accounts of the .Mary- j land election, but not sufficient to justify lis in venturing a conjecture as to the re sult throughout the State. As fas as heard from the Whirs did nobly. In Allegany County the Democratic 1 ticket is elected; majority much reduced j from last year. Blochcr's majority for ! Senator is reported at 102. Frederick County elected the whole j AViiig ticket by a large majority. In Washington County, the Whig Sen ator and three Whig Delegates elected. Baltimore City: Here the Democratic inr.jority last year was about 1 200; this year the Whigs elected their Senator and two Delegates. Prate Cook of Pennsylvania, COVT.VIMNG AN ACCOUNT OF THE GEOOP.A n", IIISTOKV, GOVERNMENT, UESOI RCES, AND NOTED CITIZENS OF THE STATE; W ITH A MAP OF THE STATE AND OF EACH COCNTV. TOR THE I SE OF SCHOOLS. BT THOMAS 11. niBROWLS. The above is thc title of a Book just published by Hi nt & Son, Philadelphia. pr.d which is being -extensive!- used in the Common Schools of Pennsylvania. The Board of Directors of Somerset have passed a resolution - recommending its in troduction into the Borough Schools as foon as practicable. It is for sale at the Etore of Mr. Daniel Flick. Iabcs crs Wanted. The contractors at Portland, for the At lantic and St. Lawrence Railroad, adver tise for five hundred laborers, with a pros pect of steady work for one or two ycrs, itt one dollar per day. .Ttiue Sarprean! Reszsmetl. It was announced on Friday, in the Su- ourt. by Chief Justice Gibson I that Judge Sakokant had resigned his of-j fee as one of thc Associate Judges of that Court. ISenrv Clav. This distinguished Statesman is spoken ' of in the KminrVv r,,n,re lilrK- to Ie sent back to the United States Senate. We trust he will be. Shot Tower. A shot tower one hundred and seven ly f.ct high is nearly completed at St. Louis, Mo. XCT'li cases of Yellow Fever have recurred at Pensacob, 5 at New Orleans, -ti J cue d.'jih from it at Mobile. v.IM . . . , . t t i t r I here has been a violent Ham- c -ane in the West Indies. No particulars j t-f t'.ic damrgt;, 1 More Govtrntrttnt Piiper. At Fort Leavenworth a vnsf amount (!ac bills have been executed by the Quarter-Master, in payment of wagons and other articles purchased by him for t!;c United Slater. This is another cp cies of government neper, used as a sub stitute fur money. This is one of tha shifts the government ofUcers tire-driven to fur want of money. When payment is made in s;ch stuff everything will of murse cost tli2 government double price. The Loco Foeos have been constantly declaiming ngainit paper money, but they will toon have so many kinds of paper currency afloat that it will be difficult to tell what to call it. These notes issued hv the Quarter-.Master will be subjected to a heavy discount if they are cn?hed,and ;f course the government will have to pav much higher prices for those things that it is comnelled U buv. The amount cf this stuff about Fort Leavenworth is said to be very large. Vi. Louis L'ra. wiH be seen, thai, for the future, the Mex- icans are to be made to support our army: "Wc offered the olive branch. Instead promptly aecepung , .ueiico uccones even to jiive us an answer, whether she ... . ' ., .. wul or wnl not negotiate with us, until )lcr Constituent Congress shall assemble iu December next. Three months, therc- fore, were to pass away without doing anything for peace, unless we can assist its restoration by the vigor of our. arms. It becomes high time, then, tor us to has ten the decision of Mexico. We must carry on thn war with vigor. We must make it more her interest to terminate its ! evils- We must compel her people to sjlare t9 expenses with us by levying contributions upon her for the support of oar army. Wc want provisions, and thev must assist in supplying us lhc contents of vvhieh has :u st cached us. increarcs the necessity of such a mea sure. He breathes the severest vengeance against any Mexican who will have an" dealings with us, and will even sell us provisions. We must compel them, therefore, to contribute lor the support of cur army. As soon as the dilatory answer from Mexico was received by the government, there is no doubt that tlie policy here in dicated was adopted. The private pro perty of the Mexican people will be reli giously respected, except what may be necessary for the support of our army. Their persons and property, with this ex ception, will be sacredly protected. Their religion and their altars ill be respected as truly as if they vvere Americans in thc bosom of our own country." Wonpehs of the Telegraph. Ex tras, containing the news of the Great Western, were published almost simulta neously in New York, Boston, Albany, Rochester, Utica, Philidelphia and Baiti moac; and all the intermediate places were in possession of her adv'ces. This is truly a wonderful discovery ! Thunder and Hail Storm in Octo r,::n, Yesterday afternoon, says a Phiii-di-lphia pager of Saturday last, wc were vishedwtha thunder shower, accompa nied with hail, which lasted for some thirty or forty minutes. Tha lightning was vivid, mid the rain for a thort time came down in torrents. 1f , - , . ult. A coiiUK'iiy nf Arm-ATormmis cnn. tia;irJ0 occupy the city of Nauvoo aud tha Temple. They were assiduous in and all was quiet and orderly. The 1 roops were nccominj quite tired ol thc inaciiv ityof garrisoning the town, amL uere iasl Irng ! Thc Fredericksburg Recorder says: j "A ffentletnan recently from the Springs,! in Bath county, in this State, met there j an old managed 103 years, who had justj completed a pedestrian lour of 1300 miles! He had teen out West to see thc country possibly with the view to 'settle for life. He was in excellent health and spirits." We learn t!i at the Synod of the Ger-m-.n . Eeformed Church in the United States, will hold it annual session at (;lri;s!eon,c ,G.h of October int. A larffe number of ministers and lay dele- gates will be in attendance. MAINE ELECTION". . . Rrlgradj . elected a staunch Whig on Monday week, by thirty majority ove- all others. On the 14th iustant, the majori rv a?ainst Eronscn was iust thirty net Whig ffain sixty! Bangor has elected 2 staunch Whigs, one by 131, the ether by 73 majority over all others. The House now stands 4G Whigs to 45 Democrats. Ex-President Adams has been nomi nated by the Whigs of VIIIiIi District of Massachusetts for re-election to Con gress. - On the 8th inst. by (i. Lint, Esq., Mr William G. Witt, cf Southampton tp., to Miss Elizabeth IIoffmax, of Somer set townsh.p. Stray Sleer. rfAMC trespassing o-i llie premites ,) of the subsjribcr. residing in Addi son township, about the first of Septem ber, a deep red stefr, with wi;!e horns, both ears cropped, and the end of li.e tail wliite. The owner i requested to come for ward, prove properly and pay charges, ur he il! be sold, according t law. on 13' JOHN HELL. Stray Slecr. f"1A.ME tresp;!??iag on the premises of 'J die mi jii-ri':er in Mi! ford townslrp, tiifc first week in August, a oae year o!d brown steer, iihsonje white spots, a crop off the kfi ear. The owner is reqoesfed o come for ward, pr'jve properly and p-jy charges, otherwise he will be sold as the law di rects. -ii3 geo. m?inEtrr. Slvay Cat lie. p1AME trespassing on the premises liJ of the subscriber in Somerset town ship, about the begior.iug of August, a one year uhl steer, whit uud ti ht brin- dle, die right ear cropped, and a piece out ol ihe upper part oT each er. Alsu a one vear old brown heiffer, with simi lar marks to those of the steer. The owner is requested to come for ward, prove property and paj' charges. nt!ierwi:e they will be sold as tne law directs. oetlS GF.ORG E MEESE. Somerset County, ss. 0:??f. 4 T an adjourned Orp Orphans' emerset. f77i& srveiitli I i y of September, 1 S 46, before the 1J onorablc Judges l hereof. On ir.otion of Simsn Gebh.irt, Esq., the court . grant a rule on ihe Heirs and Legal Bepresentaties of Abraham Col- born, dee'd, to appear at an adj. aimed Orphan Court, to be held at .Somerset, on ihe 23.1 day of November next, and show cause, if any they have, why the tt?al estaic of said deceased should not be sold. Extract from the records of sai l enur certified the 7th day of Sr ptcuiher, I S 15. W. IL PICKING, oct 13 Clerk. Somerset County, ss. 0jVx, T an adjourned Orphans' Court held 21 Sou.eet, Vviiii hi and for said county, on the 7th day of September, A. D I Sif, before the Honorable Judges tliereof. On motion cf Samuel G.dther. Esq. the court confirm lhc Inquisition on the Keal Estate of Bosanna Shaver, dee'd, and grant a rule on the heirs and letral representatives of said dee'd, to appear at an-adjourned Orphans Court, lobe held t Somerset, on the '23d day of No vember, next, and accept or refuse lo take the real estate cf said deceased at ihe appraised price. Extract from ihe records of said court, certified this 7th dav of September. 134G. W." 11. PICKING, oct 1 3 Clerk. Somerset County, ss. v-r4? i an 3l'joumed Orphans' ::UM.' j Court field at Somerset. 'l&S&iZS 111 ;u,(J 'r said county, on lhc ''X" ?ih day of September, A. D. !84G. before the Honorable Judges thereof. On motion of J. F. Cox, Esq., the court confirm the Inquisiiion on the Iteal Estate of Christian Shockey, dee'd, and grant a rule on the Heirs and Legal Representatives of said dee'd, lo appear at an adjourned Orphans' Court to be held at Sornersei, on the 23d day of No vember next, and accept or refuse to lake the real estate of said deceased, at the appraised price. Extract from the records of said court, certified ihi 7ih day of September, A. D. ISlG. WM. IL PICKING, on 13 Clerk. Somerset County, ss. J$y& AT an 3'li0',r,,c,l Orphan' (;uri ,iell! al Somerei, in ."ki3Ml"fnr said county, on the ''V,?fvfr , 1 9th day of September. A. D. I S4 0, before the Honorable Judges thereof. . , On petition of Jacob Moses and Abra ham. Moses, two of lbs heirs and legal representaii ves of Jacob Moses, dee'd, the court grant a rule on the Heirs and Legal Representatives of said deceased, to appear at an adjourned Orphans' Court lobe held at Somerset on Monday the 23d day of November. A. D, 184G, and shew cause, if any they have, why the real estate of said Jacob - Moses, dee'd, should not be sold. Extract from the Records of said court, certified this 19th day of Septem ber, 1846. W. II. TICKING, octlS Clerk, Stray Cattle. CAME trespassing on the premises of the subscriber, in Elklick town ship, on the22d cf September last, three heaJ cf cattle, o wit: A oneyear old heiffer, brown, with white face, right ear cropped. A duns, steer, marked as the abnve. A brindle steer wish a crop off the left ear and a swallow fork in ihe right. . '1 he owner is requested to come for word, prove property, pay charges and take them away, otherwise they will be sold as the law directs. ort!3 DAVID YODER. STISAI'El'S PATE.T FLAME KX CIItCLF.D OVEN E. SUIS Stove combines all that is val il liable in existino Cooking Stoves with certain improvements peculiar to itself. Il is constructed upon a oe w and entirely distinct piincip'e truly philo sophical, s( as to pHss the flue entirely round lite oven, liius nuking il tin tdopfd injlame emircUd.- without impairing the i necessary !rsu:lii of t!:e stove. i his method if t'ms p;o"sin twice round, once over and once under the ovr n, is the serrel of i:s gre-.il economy. in the use of fuel, while the enlargement ' of the air chamber affords increased space for the rarefaction of air ami compensates for tlie usual disad vant;?es of. a ii cular draught, It bakes, loasis, and buds, easier and better than any Siove yet of fered so die public, v.itli ihe advar.tace over most of them of saving one half ihe fuel. It is superior to t'te "Q iern of the West,"-Iiu k's Patent," -Edipse" or ILahaways Patent," for t!:e follow ing reason: In these Stoves ihe upper side of the oven is dependant for heat an. I can have from no other source than whnt radhtes ihroush t!:e plate on which the lire is made. If the ashes be lifted e'ean, too much heat will radiate and born thff I read on the upper side, if too much ashes be left, the bread will not bake on die upper siJe. Of this defect all good cooks complain. This Stove is entirely free of this objection, the oven always beating exactly alike ( top and bottom, and ends. Many buy the Premium or siep stove and others of similar model. These Stoves consume much fuel, for first the fire rhnmher is too deep, the pots &c, are tohih .a boTc the fire. Second when using ibe oven, ai! the heal which passes off under the oven being one h'f, never comes in contact widithe boiiipg utensils. passes. tT into ihe pipe and is lost. Also our Siove is so arranged with a bank or elevation in tlie fire chamber as to ensure tbe use of ihe flame upon the forward part of ihe Siove first, and it then pusses back afterward hea'.in? all alike whereas Sioves like trie Hathaway, having one vest chamber, allow loo wide a rane for the flame wiihout sufTcieut concen tration. Wc manufacture two sizes nf this Stove at tbtEatiie Foundrv in BerlinSom- erset county. Pa. For the larger size most of the pots commonly used in ihe kitchen will answer. Always on hard, a complete asort ment of PLOUGHS, v.iih PLOUGH CASTINGS of gresi taiirtv. HOL LOW WARE of superior material and finish, comprising eveiy ihhtg in that line. CASTINGS on hand, and made to order, on the m'St reasonable terms. HOUSE!' Sc B Eli KEY." BerKn, Oct. 13 IM(V3m. rA H) JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT We esteem it a pleasure to be able to recommend this medicine as the best calculated for ihe purpose of curing coughs, colds, sore throat, athma. and all affections of ihe lungs. From a long personal acquailance wiih Dr. Jayne, we know that lie is no quack, and his medi cines are not nostrums of ihe modern rv up, rut are the result of his long expe rience as a practising physician, and the expense of great labor, Hartford, (Conn.) Daily Review. N. Y. March IOih. 1841. ' Dr. Jayne Dear Sir lining severe ly afflicted Mid; ,?ver.7.;. a hard Ornish and Asthma and finding ecery means fail oT relieving me. Consumption appeared inevitable bm by using two honles of your expectorant, 1 was re stored to perfect health. Respectfully vnurs, JOHN ELLS. Late Pastor of the Baptist Church, Sumford, Ct. From the lie v. .. Segur. Lambertsvdle, N. J April C7th "39 Dr. Jayne Dear Sir By the hies fing of God your Expectorant has effect cd a cure in me of a most distressing . complaint.. In December l.st I was seized with great 'severity by a paroxysm of Aslhma; a disease ilh which I ha 1 been rdllcted for many years past. It was attended with a hoarsrncss and sore ness of ihe Jungs and throat, togeiher wiih a Ichorous cough, and complete prostration of strength and wnen almost worn out with suffocation, a bottlo of your expectorant was sent lo me. At first I thought it was nothing but quack ery; but seeing it so highly recommend ed by Dr Going, wiih whom I was well acquainted, I was induced to try it, and in a few days it completely cured me, nor, have I ever had any return of the disease since. I hate now formed so high an opinion of your medicine. that if I had but a few bottles of it, could ob tain no more, 1 would not part wiih them for ten dollars each, Yours, most affec tionately. JOI1NSEGUR. J. J. & II. F. Schell. Somerset Pa. Edward Bevin, Stoystown' Pa Sold by Also by NOTICE." Estate of Jacob Sliyp, decM.I If ETTERS of administration dc boith HJ noil with the Will annexed, on the estate of Jacob Shep; dte'd, having been granted to the subscriber residing in Ccn - treville, Milfufil townslup. he request all persons to attend at bis ressdetn-e. on Friday the t!0t!i of November next, pre pared to settle, nd those having claims to present them at the same "time and place. JACOM KNAIJLE, Oct 15. NG 6i Adm'r. All APPRENTICE WANTED. a i apprentice to tne Mumncr ihi- j. U. r.ess is wanlf-J by the subscriber i ) Aft' Somerset. App.icvmn to be made sno. .nil i. ( . a l a i .. Estate of John "V. Colemav, deceased. E'l'TERS of Ad:niiiirntion on the estate of L.h:i N. L'mViiwi, late of lirodiers v.-dley, deceased, hiiug been granted lo t!ie subscriber!, -11 persons indebted t said rstste are requested to attend at the late rcsidi-uce of the de ceased, on Samrdav the Nsh of Novem ber next, prepared l setde; a::d tiiose having claims, i pres:.'ui iheni the safr lime and thetilica'.cd. place. property SAME EL COLEMAN. of Souiersci to JACOH J. CO I.E. M A N, ' t'f IJroi.hers valley tp. O.-t. C. 1SM-C stitft'O.-iiii, a. f.-4 D EI? E AS i!ie h-m-rably Jlremi V V ah S. Ulac.-:, President, and G. Chorjcr:n:.!i and Joli i MXirty, Esqs , associate Judges of the com l of common pleas, in ami for t!:e county of Somerset, and ::ssi?!n:it Justices of ihe co-arts of over and terminer aud rzeneral i .il di livery and I quarter sessions of the pe; ce, in a.id for said county of Somerset, h ;ve issued their precept to mr tiiiected, requiring me among other t!:i;;gs to make pub;ie procLmati ui throughout my bailiwick, that a court of oyer and terminer and generrd jail de!iv ry: ;dso, a court of gen eral quarter sessions of the peace and jail delivery, will commence at the bor ough of Somerset, iu and for the county of Somerset, in i!ie commonwealth of Pennsylvania, on the 3d Monday of November next, (lGih day) in pursuance of which precept Public Notice is hereby triv- ne, to the justices of ihe peace, the coro ner, and constables r,f slid county ol Somerset, that they he then -and lucre, in their own proper persons, with their roils, records examinations, and inquisi tions, and oilier remembrances, to do those ii;:ngs which to their oiih-cs apper tain iu thai hehaif m be done and also all those w ho prosecute against the priso ners that are, or ihen shall be, in the j:il of the said county of Somerset, are to be j then and there to prosecute against them us shall be jnst Given under my hand, at Somerset, this 6:h day of October, in thc year of our Lord 1S45. JACOB PHILIPPE Sht-riff. For November Term 1S46. commencing on the IGru day of the month GH.1M) JURORS. Milford - Wro. Henry Henry Long Jchn L.Sieij Wm. Moore Jacob Kn ' !e, Thoma Mason David Phihppi Jr. Summit - Martin B. Loy i'enr Walker Stoystown Geerge Fny Southampton W. G. Cappeller Ji'bo ilovvirian Addison - David Cam.bell Jenner - - Jacob Cover Joseph Haynes Somerset - R. Laughton Pt ler Frieilhne Jr. Da id Ankeny of J. Berlin - - Ch.rles Krisinger .. Broihersvailey J h n Kiiepprr T'urkt foot Jouai'i .n Btiruwonli D yiJ Cros?it g Jo'iu (?ratv.t r ol S. Thomas Hanna TR.u ': n 7Tj un on s. Brothersvalley Simon Hay Hugh Sen rack John P. Brubakcr Conemangh Peter Hickman Tobias Lcvin?tOll Lewis Umburii John Mong Charles liehman Con.-..d M era Michael Brubaker Joseph Leisure Philip Ling John Earner Samuel Stitler 'y Andrew Btruepliia David I). Miller Henry Cramer Jacob Humbert Samuel Snyder Henry Frank Joseph Smith Jacob Hanger Ahm. Beam Christian Walter Philip Shafer Michael Horner Philip Hoffman Henry Poorbaugh Alex. Cunningham Aaron Schrack Rudolph Boose Sionycreek Shade Milford Somerset tp. Jenner - Allegheny -Turkey foot Summit - Southampton Daiel Camp PaiLt - - Solomen Movers Wm. Dempsey Peter Berkey Berlin - Samuel Philson QMerrahoning Valentine Miller Somerset br. George Pile raIJE su!scn!r h.s A the Eastern c ifc, at n is now op-- j uiriif at his store Noitb Ea-t rtif r ; the Diamond, a cry hr -;n gej:ir:.l ; assortinent 'of G"Ot:.- nt.d I? for t';3 j FA LI AND U IN J EK SEASONS, i amoiv which arc Frtueh and English Cbuhs of various colors. Also Tweeds. Cas'iineres. Satinets and Jen. Tarltton and (.'ecilia Chubs lor Ldles dresse. ALSO, Cashmeres, xfiJpacas, .Mouslin tie bines, Calkues ol 11 quali ties from 4 to 25 cents per yard. Mus lins from 4 to lOcts, Siik and Thread Lace si;k Gloves of a superior quality I fnr ii;-. cn,! t.ni!-inn. inrroiber with x fine a.sortinent 0f HARDWARE, i t rj llLLLilSil Ul t? Ul Oltf ilCj wi. I5.ots and shoes of all kinds and very low. Weavers Reeds of very superior quality. All which will be sold on as cheap anfi accomodating terms, as they can be had west of the AHeghenv Mountains. - m'.tredwell. S;rr:prpt. srpt 1S?G. TO mASONS AND CAR PENTERS. OEALED proposals tor doir the Ul kJ work cfaMlw cuuxen lo be erected u" J by the Ev. Ll'Tiikran Congregation or 1 Samuels, at Laansville, will be receirevl on or before the 5 1st of October next.- . i : - Tt;e building is to be of brick, CO feet long and 4:J feet wide, with a basement s'.'ry. The foundation is to be ef stone, S.'iet high, and 40 feel wide in from, and :he other walls to be proportioned to the irrouud, which is inclined. The brick work is to be 1 6 feet high to tha eaves. For particulars, contractors sr& requested to call on David Woy, Frede rick Countryman or Samuel Kooser.- The Committee will furnish ihe maieri- for ihe foundation, and also the brick; i -i-d lumber for ihe building. The whole I will be let out to one man, or tha oinuhiiM'i will be let out separately. Contractors re expected to attend in per son at Somerset, on the day of letting, when a full understanding csn be had. It is desired to have thc church com pleted by the 1st of July next. Bv order of the Building Committee P. R1ZEB. Somerset, Sept. 22d, 1845. F0II SALE about fj.000 Acres vj Land, in Shade and Paint townships, Somerset County. IPHE undersigned will sell at Public a sale on Tuesday the CCth day of October next, at ihe old Shade Fumaca in Shady township, the follcwing Lauds, viz: NoT 401 wsrrant;d in the name of Edward Bobisou SCSi do John Leonard S 10' do Joseph Lehman 4 330 do Samuel Anderson 5 59.' do James Thorn pso.i 6 S89 do Win. Oliver 7 4 31 1 do James Corman 8 300 do Thomas Procter 0 404 do Michael Kipplo 10 3S0 do John Poor 11 400 do Elizabeth Trish 12 433 do George Thomson 13 403 do Wm. Fell 14 00 acres of the north end of a tract warranted in the name of John Newbol I, adjoining Henry Little's furnace tract. 15 02 acres, pari of a tract warranted in ihe name of John Sears. The above lands will be sold at tha farnare of Shryocks and Bingham. Terms made known on day of sale. -A reasonable credit wf!I te given. Any person wishing to examine the draft of the lands will call with SIMON GEBHART, who will attend on djv of sale as agent fur TOI. II. SLOAN, Administrator of Lewis H. Conover, deceased. fjepr22 -lG Orphans' Court Sale cf r'HE subscribers, Trusters for tho JL h? of the real estate of John Kun dle deceased, will offer at public sale, in i:c Boratigh of Somerset, on Saturday the 17th day of October next, the follow ing valuable property, lats the estite of said deceased, viz : i eertaui plantation or tract of land, situate in Somerset tp. Sornersei county, containing about two hundred and ninety acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Christian Ankeny, Jr. J..ck Ankeny of C. John Maust, Jacob SbJIis and others, with a weatherboard ed dwelling hotse and bank burn thereca erected, and two sugar camps on tho premises; about one hundred and fifty acres cleared, at least thirty acres of whic h artf in exreiljnt meadow. The property is wilt watered, thera being; springs'of w3'.er in nearly all of the fields and t;.er is also, a yourg orchard of ruit trees on ihe premises. One third of the purchase money O remain a lien on the premises, the inter est thereof to be psi.i to the widow "of said deceased daring her natural life an no Jy. an I af'f r her death the principal, to be paid to die hri-s and legal repre sentaiives of said deceased; one half of i!ie balance in hind sr.d the remainder iu four equal r.nnua! payments wiihoa intcie.-t, boi.d,. j Is bi-irtueJ ly j-dgmcnt Aitendunce he givcu by tl.cr sab- seribi rs. ADAM V. O'.VRV. J II EI PLC. Tri!S!Ct'. HEN .' V V BLANK SUMM AND FX FCC TICN?, For ra.e a'. ' 1-;: !