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,,-rrv, OCTOBER 20, 1810.
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Adciiffrtunis ov.d Sutr
K- -HEKAI.D" ami is clot hod
M"i i.rtf'r any monies paid j
-rTitt viz: rLiiadelptiia, rew !
Tlie Ef sr. in County.
P r,.rW::g t the o'f.ci-.d retu rus of
tjcouaty, inibli.-.lied in today's p
that Andrew Stewart's l.ia-
fur Congress is S03. John R.
is elected to the assembly, Samuel j
(.!:.' :h Shtrili, John Mong Commission- .
t-t Laac I'rieiTiine Coroner, Samuel J. ,
JJ -hty Auditor, ;u.d B:.:tj.i:om Kimmel J
AUafom Cascbccr end Joseph Imhuff'
Director; of the Poor.
For Cur.ul Com-j
inissioncr Mr. Power's majority is So'J. j
Thit tarac c'J-Coon;
TLmI Kane o!J r-atriot 'Cocn
'J'hcv said he was as dead r.s
Lut Lcrohe is, t'.iiit same c!d sKin
hitiin' cn a rail !"
In Dauphin Couutv, the Whigs elect-
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their ticket: Power s majority is re-!
parird at 500, aad Eckerl's for Congress
at 150. I
Fayette County Whig ticket elected j
by over 200; majority for Power and
S.e . art, 315.
Tor the following items we arc
(Lbted to the Pennsylvania InUlli:ence,
W EDNESDAY AFTE R N O ON.
THE BRITISH TARIFF CON
DEMNED! THE LOCO ROUT
CUMBERLAND. Humored that the friends of Protection on the glorious re
Whigs have a majority for Power, and j sujL Th(,v jiavc tylus j.;., pr0Vc their
Inve elected their Sherilf andiinembcrs cfi . , , ,, . V .
the Lislature, and given Brady tbe
Whig candidate for Congress about 100
TRANKLIN. S-iid to have given a
bout GOO or 700 majority for Brady.
Bradv is probably elected, as Perry
wiil not give over 500 against him.
Jos. R. Ingersoll (Whig) Levin (N)
sml Brown and C. J. Ingersoll (Locos)
rod to be elected to Congress in Piiila
dclpbia. Lehr, Native Sherifi", elected.
Foster has about 2000 majority in the
city and county.
BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.
rCrG o'clock, P. M. We learn by
Teh-graph from Philadelphia that Ilorn
beck, Whig, is elected to Congress from
Bucks and Lehigh counties, and a letter
from Lancaster, just received says that
Nes, is elected in the York and Adams
A!-o, that Frecd'ey, Whig, is elected in
the Montgomery and Delaware district.
John B. Sleriere is defeated in Mont
romery for Senator, by about 600!
7 o'clock, P. M.
The news from York and Adams
confirmed. Nes is elected by a a innjori-
tv of about 1000! He has a majority of i
near 300 in York, and over 700 in Ad
ams ! This is a glorious TA RI FF TR I
UM PH. Rankin, his opponent, and
Loco foco press, took fold ground for the j
British Tariff. Behold the result.
Wc learn that Eckerthns a majority in ;
Schuylkill! This t hces h's election bc
$rrSo far cs heard from we have A
GAIN OF FOUR WHIG MEMBERS
Ol CO-GRhSS! I he l,ocos gam
iv. The BRITISH LOCOFOCO TAR
IFF IS CONDEMNED.
ADAMS. Power has 730 majority,
and Cooper for the Legislature near 900!
Huzza for the "Young Guard."
CHESTER. The Whig ticket 'elect
ed. Power's Majority about 2000 or
CUV VJ(-l il i'llill." 111 Uliuuwi
BEWvS.-RcPortcd Loccfoco major,-
iv leuO or loOO onlv.
13 G A. M.
STILL MORE GLORIOUS !
LEBANON Whole Whig ticket e
lected bv 200 to 300.
SCHUYLKILL Power's mnjority
about 300 Eckertruns ahead of Power.
The whole Whig ticket elected.
BERKS. In 23 districts the vote stood
Foster 20GG Power 1815.
i;i;oritv will not he over 600 or700 !
MONTGOMERY The whole Whig
NORTHUMBERLAND Power has
a mrjuri'v of about 500. Pollock about
LYCOMING Pollock has a majori
v in the c;::r.y, and Power has 230 ma-:-
;i y. P-.i.-kt"r' election doubtful. Pol
U'Vs r! cu'.'ii certain bv a Urge ni"jor;
t.-v A majority
for Power highlv
CUMBERLAND The whole Whig
ticket clccteJ by about SO to 100.
BY JUNIATA MAIL.
October 15, 7 o'clock, A. M.
M IFFLIN WholeWhig ticket elected.
JUNIATA Gives Foster 40 majority
CENTIME Gives Foster 150.
Blanchard elected to Congress by about
5 CO in the district.
HUNTINGDON Gives Power 4S0.
BLUR 225 for Power.
PERKY A small majority for Loco-
; foco Ticket.
Danville borough, 411 inuj. for Pow
WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING BY
THE WESTERN MAIL.
Greene Comity Wevsnd leads Slew-
art C ..districts to hear from.
Allegheny County Entire Whig tick-
et elected by majorities lVo:i IfcOO to
In Boaver County, the whole Whig
ticket elected; majority for Power and
Butler County elected the Whig ticket
by about 200
Westmoreland County Reported ma
jority for Foster and Mann, the former
j 700, the lattjr 450; 20 for the Whig can
didate for Mienil; 2 townsmps U near
from. The whole Democratic ticket is
In Armstrong County, Klingensmiih,
volunteer, is elected by 200 over the Lo
co foco ticket.
Irvin is reported to be elected to Con
gress in the Indiana and Arms'roug dis
trict, by GOO.
Washinton County One. Whig mem
ber of the Legislature elected, the rest of
die ticket uncertain. Dickey is elected
to Congress from Washington and Bea
ver. ,eu!7V 1
reported 100 ahead
Bedlord Comity Democratic ticket
xSie XVIII Risirict.
Our returns from Greene County are
Iut altogether complete; but enough is
kitown, to show that Stkv. art's majority
in the District will exceed 700. Had the
vcather been more favorable, Somerset
county would have given him 1400 in-
st.?ad of less than 900.
We have no disposition to "crow"
over our opponents on account ol their
discomfiture: but cannot suffer the occa
sion to pass withont congratulating tbe
policy, and stamped with the seal of con-
demnation the British system of James K.
Polk and his partizans.
Andrew Stewart has been trium
phantly sustained by Ins constituent-',
mauiira ail the foreign influence that was
exerted arainst him and the Adminis-
tration at Washington and its scribblers
can now sec that the intelligent and pa
triotic popleof the 18th District ran
manage their own affairs, without the aid
of British agents or Southern free tra
ders. The legislature.
Of the Senators holding over, there are
10 Democrats, 11 Whigs and one Native.
At the election on the 13th the Democrats
guncd 1 in Philadelphia county, and the
Whigs gained 1 in Montgomery, 1 in
Bucks, and one in Northampton and Lc
his;h 5 Districts to hear from.
The last House of Representatives
stood, Democrats 67, Whigs 33. As far
as heard from the Whigs have gained 3
members in Bucks, 1 in Blair, 2 in Cum-
i bcrland, 1 in Dcuphin, 1 in Huntingdon,
1 in Lycoming and Clinton, 1 In Mifiiin,
2 in Montgomery, 1 in Northumberland
in Schuylkill, 1 in Beaver, I in Butler, 2
in Fayette, 1 in Washington giving a
rrobawc Whig majority in Uie House cf
Later M big loss, 1 in Cambria.
Zir Power is in all probability elected
Canal Commissioner. In the counties
heard from he is 9,000 ahead of Foster.
Pennsylvania has spoken. Her peo
ple have recorded their verdict against
the policy of the Polk Administration.
J of I84Chas becn mos
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signallv condemned, and the Banner of
"Protection" floats proudly and tri
umphantly in the breeze! ,
A LL rersons are hereby notified not
to harbour or trust ray wife Catha
r.iXE, late Catharine Catori, on my ac
count, a I am de'ermined to pay nn
debts, whatever, of her contracting.
oct-2P ANTHONY GROW ALL.
""7HEUEAS my wife Jm, has
V f left my bed nd board without
any just cause, 1 hereby caution the
public against trusting or harboring her
on ray account, as I shall pay no debt of
her coatr.jctir.2- - ! .-. ;
MICHAEL MILLER, Jr.
Oct. 20, 1S4Q.. .'.
BLANK SUMMONS' AND EXECU
'i'lONS, Jor ssle at this OlTicc.
Canal Co.hr. Congress,
fr Somerset Bor.
fr-r Turkey foot
dL Berlin Boroiijil
; o :
U O Li Hi III II
ri Stovstown Bor.
For Coroner, Isaoc Fried
:, also wi
Cascbeer and Joseph ImholT
o c-t S" 5. c
f catterin votes were given for Congress. Assembly, Sic
I.AXD FOR SAf.K.
""N pursnr.nre of the last Will and Tes
fi lament of Mathia3 Marker, late of
Donegjl township, Wcsimorelimd coun
ty dee'd, I will odVr for Sj!c by way of
public outcry, on Friday die
13th day of November,
next, on the premises, a Tract ol hnd,
situated. in Donegal township, adjoining
lauds of '.dm Hood. John Parke, John
Cairp'-dl, James Irwin, John Burrcl and
I 1 'ACU E S
(more or less,) hat mg thereon about 75
acres of clear land, 14 of which are in
meadow, with a shingle froofed log
houe and kitchen'and a log barn, and
some fruit trees thereon.
The sale wiil commence at 12 o'
clock, on the aforesaid day, when tbe
tprms will be made known by the sub
miGU OA VAN,
Administrator, with the wilt annex'd.
October 0, 184G,
Jayne's Hair Tonic.
14) THE efficacy of this elegant pre
paration in restoring tie growth of tbe
hair in bald places, is truly wonderful.
Where the hair lias been worn ofT from
the lop of the head, by the careless prac
tice of ca rrying things in the crown of
the hat, ii is generally considered diffi
cult, if not impossihje, to restore it; but
it is found by tiuuserous pxairdes that
the Hair Tonic reaches these cases very
promptly, and effecis 1. complete cure.
Every z( ntleman (we say nothing to
lheladies.it being a fair presumption
lhat ihcir h?ir is always in full luxuriance
, least it always seems so) every gen
tleman who finds bis hair growing too
thin, or becoming Ioosp, should place a
bottle of Jayne's (lair Tonic in his dressing-case,
and apply it w ith a rVee ue of
the hair-brush every morning. The re-
1 suit will be a full, strong healthy head
of b.ir, The cafes that have fallen un
der own observation warrant us fully in
asserting this, Weekly Messenger,
Sold by J. J. &. II. F. Scbell,
Ed ard Bevin,
(PHO UOXO PUBLICO.)
rglNE Sheriff of Somerset will offer
H forsalo by public outcry in the
Boroughof Somerset, on Friday the 13t!
ol November i.ext, the following real
A tract of land. 'situate in Allegheny
township, rontaing 400 acres more or
less, 1 1 acres cleared, adjoining lands of
II T Wild, Jchn Win, imon Gebhart
I and others, a one story Jog house, a
spring liyuse and stable thereon erected
as the property of Peter P. ShafiVr.
Tw o lots of ground in ihe Borough of
Somorset, containing half an acre, more
or less, adjoining a lot of Daniel Biird
on ihe west, Union street 611 the north.
Min street on tbe sou.h, and'a lot of A
brahani Dull on the e;.st, a large two
story dwelling house, wood shed and
stable thereon erected, now in the oc
pancy of Henry Jackson and John J.
Bedford as the property of Schachliter,
Bear & Siaum,
A tract of 1-md in Jenner township,
containing 140 acres more or less, aout
GJ acres cleared, about 10 acres in mea
tluw, adjoining lands of Jesse Griffith.
George Smith, George Friedlinc and
William Grifiith and others, a one s t ry
house, a barn and other buildings there
on as the property of Herman Umber
ger. A tract of land in Somerset township,
containing 33 acres, more or less, a cab
in house and stable thereon erected,
adjoining lands of Samuel Metzler,
George Harimcn, John Casebeer, God
frey Staid and Michael Sipe as the
property of John Young,
A tract of land in Sionyercek town
ship, containing 150 acres, another of
30 acres, one of 400 acres, one of 44
acres, and one of 200 acres, all more or
less imnroTcd as the Drooeriv of Da-
I viJ Keller
COUNTY ELECTION RETURNS.
HELD OCTOBER 13, 1846.
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CO 39! 74 58 40 C5 5 23' 48
183 02 193 72' 05 123 13 IT! 130
173 SS 183 47j 63 70 71 6j lS8
89 18: 121 22 28 35 73 00s 4G
90 lll 102 100 18 127 47 Oo' 87
55 45! 67 44; 15 95 00 1! 53
51 Kij 57 9' 9 54 3 00 15
28 19; 51 21 44 18 4 00' 15
18 7 15 3l 00 37 3 7, 1 1
21 7l! 22 77: 18 8 5 Gl! 10
102 45' 112 45' 96 7 10 4lj 27
69 4: 85 9: 19 73 00 00: 18
102 5: 109 15 92 18 11 5 Gl
40 31) 51 35: 44 30 G 3 50
50 Ooj 50 00 21 35 00 CO 2t
80 11 82 10 51 42 1 OOj 78
131 40; 135 43: 88 78 8 00 145
88 32j 89 30; 73 22 7 18! 73
14 4lj 14 41 14 13 00 2ij 4
491 G32:1G18 723; 831 951 207 21L1037
Whirs in Roman; Democrats in Italic.
elected without opposition; for Poor House Directors, Bcnpnin Kimmel, Absalom ;
- Jtout opposition. For Canal Commissioner, Win. Elder received 46 votes; also a few j
Coughs, Colds, Consumptions,
Importint to s!l those :-fuVted with dis
eases ol thv Lungs and Breasts.
Sevkx Thousand Cases of cbslLniir pul
monary complaints cured in one year!
w 1 star's balsam of
THE GREAT AMERICAN RKKKDV
for Lung Complaints, and all affections
of the He?pirafory Organs.
Will miracles never erase? More evi
deuce of its surprising Health Rtstora
tivp virtues 1 ! !
From Dr. V.Aer, Springe! I. Ky.l
Springfudd, Wushington co. iy., Mav
14, IS 15.
Mrsrs. Sanr4rd and Prli:
(jeuts 1 Like this opportunity of in
forming you of a irost remarkable cure
pcrfor.-iml upon nif by site ne of Dr.
Wisiar's BNnm of Wild Cherry. In
the year 1S40 I was tikeu wiih an infia
mathm cf the bowels wi.irh I labored un
der for sis weeks when I gradually re
covered. In the f!i of 1811 1 was at
tacked with a setrre ruld. which scaled
itself upon my lung-; and lor ihe space
of ibree years I was coiittnrd lo my bed.
I tried all kinds of medicine and evrrv
variety of medical ail without benefit;
and I weaned along until ihe winter of
184 I when 1 hearrt of Wis lac's Balsam
of Wdd Cherry.
My friends persuaded me to give it a
fair trial though I bad given up fill hopes
of recovery and had prepared myself for
the change of another w ild. Ttiroujh
their solicitation I ws induced 10 make
use of the genuine Wntar's Balsam of
Wild Cherry. The effect was truly ;,s
tonisbing. Alter five years of fdiciioit,
jain and suffering: and after having spent
four or fne hundred dollars to no pur
pose, and ihe best and roost respectable
physici ms h id proved nnavaiiir.g. I was
soon reMnred to entire health by the bles
sing of God and ihe use ol Wistnr's B d
samof Wiid Cherry.
1 am now enjoying good health, and
such is my a'tered ppearaace that I am
no I incr known when I meet my for
mer acquaintances, i
I have gained rapidly in weight and :
my flesh is firm and solid. I can now i
eat as much as any person and my food
spenis to agree w ith usp. I have eaten
more during ihe last six months than I
had eaten five years before.
Considering my cqse almost a miracle
I dt-em il necessary for the good of ihe '
afflicted and a dulv I owe to the propri?
tors and my fellow men (ho should
know where relief may be had) to make
this staieir-cii! public.
M ay Ihe bb'ssings of God rPst upon
the proprietors of so valuable a medicine
as Wistar'r B dsim of Wild Cherry.
Wm. II. BAKER.
'ihose who counterfeit a god med
icine for the purpose of adding a few
dollars 10 their pockets are far worse than
the manufacturers of spurious coin. For
while the latter only rob us of our pro
perty the foimer lake property and health
and life away. Dt Wiiar's Balsam of
Wild Cherry is admitted by thousands of
disinterested witnesses to have effected
the most extraordinary cures of a pulmo
nary and asthmatic character eer befote
recorded in the history of medicine.
The young, the beautiful, the good, all
speak fonh lis praise II is now ihs fa
County Commissioner, Auditor,
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10' 10 92 5 2 1 95 34
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vorite medicine in the must intelligent
fami'ies in our country.
Such a high stand in public estimation
has becn attained by its own merits -lone.
And so lon a discerning pub
lic are careful to L?ct W star's Balsam
of Wild Ciikrry :ul refuse wiih scorn
counterfeits and every ottit r article prof
fered to them :.s a substitute, so long w ill
rnres positive cures cheer the fireside
of many a despairing faoiily.
The true and ge nine Wistar's Bal
sam bf Wild Cherry is sold at eslalisli
ed agencies in ali parts cf the U. States-
So'd in Cincinnati on tbe corner of
Fourth and Walnut street' bv
SAN FORI) & PARK,
Gen'l agents for the Western States.
Agent for Wistar's Balsam.
J. L. SNYDER. Somerset,
J L'ovdit (Jo, Di:eg:d,
S l'hil.-o i. Berlin,
II Litt! Stoystowii.
G II Kryser, Bedford,
O.tobrriO, I8 4G -I v
IlEGISFEU S NOTICE.
tvTortcn isliereby given to all persons '
I concerned as legatees, creditors or
otherwisp, that tbe follou'ing accounts
have been filed and passed register in the
Register's office, lor ihe county of Som
erset, and that the same will be present
ed to the Orphans' court for confirmation
and allowance on Momluy, the 23d day
of Xovrmher ?iexlf at an adjourned Or
phans' Court, viz:
The account of Jaob Keim. admin
istrator of John J Savior dee'd,
The account of Jocob Miller and Pe
ter Hocbstetler Jr. ExTiitors of the last
will and Testament of Peter Ilochstetler,
The account of Edward Dorsey Ex
eM!!or of the Inst will and Testament of
Jacob Hecktmm. dee'd.
The account of Isar.c Yoder and Dan
iel Ilochstetler. Executors of Daniel
The spcount of Jacob Blough and
Samutl Fiickinger, Executors of Abra
ham Fiiekjngcr dee'd.
The nccotu.'t of George Walker Ex
ecutor of Simon Hay. dee'd.
The account Samuel Thompson ad
ministaltir of Thomas Collier dee'd.
WM. H. PICKING.
Oct. 20 !34'5.
"J)U T down for Trial at November
term IS !6. (c o-nuiencing on the
JOdi day of the mouth.
Tan dinger's use vs Mowry late Sh'fJ.
Scott v Swank
Chorpetming's use vs II artzell et al.
vs Gnmilesparger a:
vs Ln lis and Hart
man ts Huffman
vs (;.ix i Gaither
vs Cotiniryman et al
vs Wiu & v.i'tbhait
vs Ogle's F.xcculrix
E. Sc F. Faber
f urn ue
Burkhrdder and M'-
Cborpenning ct al vs Cussidy
Ben ford vs Sdint
Flick vs Rizer
y.dinson s Hilly
Berkey vs Knuno
Husbands adm's use vs Husbands adio'r
Countryman's use vs Koomz.
A. J. OGLE.
Prothonotary's oflice. ?
Oct. i0. I .-VIO. S
AN APPRENTICE WANTED.
t N appretuice to Ihe Hatting Bnsi-
i..sL rtess is wasitetl by the subsiriber in j
Somerset. Application to be mail "on. I
ocitJ JOILX C. KURTZ. 1
Estate of. Jacoii Shi p, tlocM.
jfJ wit'i the UilJ iii-mmI, tn !?.
fstate f Jjruh S!;rp bc'd. iMieg betu
zr intcd to ihe subii rd-er roii'in in Ctn
irfviile, Milfttrd ii.wnl.ip. Jie rrqii-i
;di rer$tus t ailend at l.i resides c. oi
Fri l.iy the 20ib of IWmbef lCX, PTP
paret! to set h stid those hatiitj: clifi
to present them al tbc fainf Hre
p'arr. JACOB KNABLE.
Oct t3. MG Ct Adm'f.
Somerset. County, ss.
&y' k T an a(J'"rneJ Orphans
-P- A- C,,url UeUi at SomerseU
lvc?5r in'and for aid county, on lh
' Hi.ii SCICnttl UY Ol neuinnwr,
- r o .
IS46, before ihe Honorable Judge
On motion of Simon Gebhnrt, Esq.,
the court grant a rule on ihe Heirs and
Legal Representatives of Abraham Col
born, dee'd, to appear at an fcdjourned
Orphans' Court, lo be held at Somerset,
on the 23J day of November next, ami
show canse, if any they have, wh) llio
Real esiaie of said deceased should not
be sol. I.
Ej tract from the records of said court,
certified ibe 7th day of September. 1846,
W. II. PICKING,
oct 13 Clerk.
Somerset Co unit;, ss.
Ovi' 4 ' an adjourned Orphans'
SfHttJ&t- i. Court held at Somcset,
VTff:'in ar'd for said county, on the
''Tov 7ih day cf September, A.
D 184(5, before the Honorable Judge
Ou motion of Samuel Gaither. F.sq.
the court confirm the Inquisition on the
Real Estate of Rosanna Shaver, dee'd,
and grant a rule on the heirs and legal
representatives of said dee'd, lo appear
at an adjourned Orphans" Court, to bo
held a: Somerset, on the 3d day of No
vember, next, rnd accept or refuse lo
take the real estate of said deceased at
the appraised price.
Extract from the records of said court,
certified this 7ih day of September. 1846.
W." II. PICKING,
ret 13 Clerk.
Somerset County, ss.
ovCr, A T an adjourned Orphans'
Cocrl held at Somerset,
Vu-VyC in and for said county, on lh
7th day of September, A. D.
!84G, before ihe Honorable Judge,
On motion of J. F. Cor, Esq., the
court confirm the Inquisition on tho
Re.d Estate of Christian Shockey, dee'd,
and gnr.t a rule on the Heirs and Legal
Representatives cf said dee'd. to appear
at an adjourned Orphans Court to ba
held at Somerset, on the 23d day of No
vember next, and accept or refuse to lake
ihe real estate of said deceased, at the
Extract from the records of e aid court,
certified this 7th day of September, A.
WM. II. PICKING.
Somerset County, ss.
CKk A'' an adjourned Orphans
V.tr" Court held at Somerset, in
-feifand for said county, on the
lQih day of September, A.
D. 184G, before ihe Honorable Judge
On petition of Jacob Moses and Abra
ham Moses, two of the heirs and legal
representatives of Jacob Moses, dee'd,
the court grant a rule on ihe Heir3 andl
Legal Representatives of said deceased,
to appear at an adjourned Orphans Court
to be held at Somerset on Monday the
SJdday of November, A. D. 1840, and
shew cause, if any they have, why the
real estate of said ,acob Moses, dee'd,
should nol be sold.
Extract from the Records of eaiti
court certified this 19th day cf Septem
W. II. PICKING,
PT'MIE subscriber has received from
JL ihe Eastern cities, and is now ope
ning at his store North East corner of
the Diamond, a very large and general
assortment of Goods suitable for the
FALL AND WINTER SEASONS, '
among which are French and English
Cloths of various colors. AIsoTweeds,
Cassimeres, Satinets and Jean3, Tarletan
and Cecilia Cloths for Ladies dresses.
ALSO, Cashmeres, Alpacas,
Mousiin de James. Calicoes ol all quali
ties from 4 to 25 cents per yard. Mus
lins from 4 to 10 ct?, Silk and Thread
L-.ce, Silk Gloves of a superior quality
for ladies and gentlemen, togather with a
fine assortment of HARDWARE,
(licenstcure, Groceries, &c.
Boots and shoes of all kinds and very
low. Weavers Reeds of very superior
All which will be sold on as cheap and
accomodating terms, as they can be bad
west of ihe Allegheny Mountains.
M. TR ED WELL
Somfret. grpt S2. 1 34G.
jjpiAME trespassing on the premises"
J of the subscriber, in Elklick town-'
shin, on the 22d of September last, three
liCa!' of mtdc, 'o wit:
A one-yrar old hfiiTer, brown, with
white f.t c, right ear cropped.
; A dunn stter, m-rkr d a ihe above.
A l-rimlle ?:f er. w i fi a crov off the
left ear and a v;dbw fork in the rizht.
I he owoer. 1.1 itqnesvd t mme for
word. prove- property, p v rharge an I
tajie ihem a wax . t U: : w i?e ihvy w ill be
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