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\'v!i NOTIGE. that the books of account,
'I Ac. of DRAW FORD & SOUR BECK,
|.'.,ve been assigned to the subscriber, (who
,'kine ii'is authority to collect the same.) as so
i-'sritv for claims, in his hands for collection
~ ai ,',-t said firm, and all accounts not settled
ltcfiire the 18 of Jul;/, will be left with a Jus
tice (.("tli"' Peace to be sued.
SAMUEL S. WOODS,
lcwistown, June 9. I^49—4t.
A flzui nisi tor's ftoticc.
rpHE undersigned having been appointed
g Administrator of the es'atr of J AMES
p. MORHIBON, deceased, of McVeytown,
Miiliin comity, I'j., hereby notifies ail persons
hiving claims against the estate of said de
icascil, t< make known the same to the un
dersigned without delay; also all persons in
debted, to call on tiie undersigned and settle
tiic same. SAM'I, MORRISON.
Newton Hamilton. June 9, 1849—(it.
IT 0 2 10 2.
4 IT persons knowing themselves indebted
. i to the undersigned, as Assignees of THO
MAS JACOB, Jr., are requested to make pay
ment-to GEO. YV. ELDER, Esq., at Lewistown,
' r to YYm. McKin.NEY, Reedsville, and save
JOHN McDOYVELL, JR ,
June 9, 1849—3t.* Assignees.
THE AMERICAN OlL.— This Oii is not a
I compound, but is the pure extract of the
jmcrican Seneca Oil. It is well known that the
medicinal qualities of the Sencca Oil are not
- -passed by any, and this being an extract,
units it still a superior article. It is very
highly recommended for Sore Throat, Weak
Jives, Ear-ache, Deafness, lllieumatisin, Con-
Miinption. Bronchitis, Burns, Scalds,&c.
The above valuable Medicine is for sale at
GREEN' S MEDICAL DEPOT, No. 11.
Lewistown, June 9, 1849.
Wholesale A Retail
HIT MA NI FACTORY.
THE undersigned respectfully
gsSH announces to the citizens ot Lew
tiMM ' stcnvn arit ' vicinity, that he has
just received the latest Summer
Fashions at the
\cw Hat illanulhclorji',
three doors I Vest of the Black Bear Hotel, in
Market street, where he is prepared to manu
facture every variety ot HATS now in use, out
ot the best material, such as
SILK, NUTRIA, FUR, YVOOL, dec.
The business of manufacturing is conducted
under my- personal supervision, and from long
practical acquaintance with this business, I am
warranted in guaranteeing none but good and
My OMISH ERIE ADS will always find
at this establishment just such an article as I
know will please them, at fair prices. I will
always have on hand
Men 8, Boy's and 1 ovth's 'Japs,
which will be retailed at a very slight advance
CO" Just received the LATEST Summer
FASHIONS, to which the attention o! admir
ers of a handsome hat is invited.
and all others desiring to buy HATS, will find it
to their advantage tocali. Jn quality and price
vvc are bound to please.
WILLIAM G. ZOLLINGER.
Lewistown, June 9, 1949.
—> Ilato and C'apti
UHOLESALE & RETAIL.
rpflE largest and most fashionable stock of
A. HATS AND CAPS, in this or any of the
adjoining counties, embracing all sizes of
ikn's and Boy's, from the lowest priced
WOOL JIATS to the USE ST BEA
VER—the ordinary (llazed Cap to the Finest ;
C. ith and Fur, is to be found at
N, J. HUDISILL'S
fd-'FoHshment, in Market street, Lewistown.
next door to the Post Office, and directly op
posite Judge Ritz's store. Of this fact any
one can-/ -fy himself who will take the trou
ble to caii. He has just received the
HE A L Summer Fashions,
t which lie particularly invilcs the attention
r f those wanting a neat and fashionable hat, of
"gant .'hrm, tastefully trimmed, and superbly
-:ied. Connoisseurs are requested to call
iad examine them.
Hs liROAD BRIMS , which have given i
h GENERAL SATISFACTION to hundreds of I
and others, who have done him the fa
! dealing with him. continue to be manu
factured to order. A large assortment of all
zes is constantly kept on hand, so that he is
• ihierj t 0 SlJ jt almost any one who may call
in quality, breadth of brim, and price.
ih- arrangements are now made in tne city
• such a manner that he will constantly be in
ie receipt of the best stock of Caps, of all
"tide and sizes, ever kept in Lewistown.
Bon*t forget the place.
N. J. RUDISim
JKcxt door to the I'ost Office.
OOF Ai Til Y MERCHANTS supplied
• ith Hats and (Japs on the most liberal terms.
Jjewiatown, June 9, 1949 —tf.
SS" W32 (S 0
Estate of James Robison, deceased.
| ETTERS of Administration <U bonis non
j i < mn testi/mento annexe of said deceased hav
.< en granted to tne, I hereby request all
having claims or demands against the
' 'ate to make them known to me without dc
a'id solicit earlv payments from all who
At the estate. 'DAVID CANDOR.
Administrator <t'* bonis, b(c., as aforesaid.
Aiitown, June 2, ls49 —(it.
bather, Morocco , and Shoe
* Yrgt asjsortmcut alwaye on liarid, and tot
- * sale by
F. J- HOFFMAN.
: wn, march 24, 1849.
iron ! Iron !
| tIVE now en liand an extennive aFHort
' ' 1 •■ t* of Iron, fori-isting of Nan Rod r >
r c: Iron; Buggy and other fyre, |
, and •: inches round, and o-fti, %, i
•' n< - -I, . re, Scollop, Hoop, Isnd, and
1 I *on. and other p*;r
*'an*mjr ,n>n will find it their interest to
ft't a call, *s I slmll sell LOW FOR < AHH.
F. J. HOFFMAN.
Wigtown, M B y jo juqo.
SESE /. ITD G3YAXIT
' ™m:±vc^ Y '
lib T.I IS.IC.IS, TURNIPS, &>c. '
; nrilll.s .Machine operates equally well on
j A all kinds of land, and is not injured hv
j coming in contact with rocks, roots, &c. ft.
; will plant point rows, and ail irregular shaped
ti7 f' wlt ' )oUt sowing any part twice over,
j With a saving of from 10 to 15 percent, in
labor, it will, with ease tor two horses, plant
from 10 to 12 acres per day of wheat, oats,
barley, and other small grains; and with one
man and horse, it will readily plant from 15 to
j *2O acres per day ot Indian corn, beans, teas,
j rut a bagas, &c.
I It will save from 2to .'? pecks ot seed per
acre, and yield from L to 20 per cent, more
j than the broad cast seeding, by distributing
■ 'be grain uniformly at any desired depth, and
1 leaving a ridge of earth between the row's.
The roots ot the young plant are protected
during the winter by the action of the frost
and rain mouldering llu: earth upon them, in
stead of being thrown cut and exposed as in
; broad cast. On this account the stalk is
! stronger and less subject to mildew, and is not
I so liable to injury by the fly.
! The farmer is frequently prevented by rain
from harrowing in his grain alter it is sown,
1 which harrowing is needless in seeding with
i this machine as it completes the work at once.
Were awarded these Drills as follows:
By the Philadelphia and Delaware County
Agricultural Society, First Premium, in 1841.
By the St. George's and Appoquinimink Ag
ricultural Society, in 1841.
By the American Institute, Silver Medal, in
By tbe Franklin Institute, Diploma, Honor
ary, in 1942.
By the New Castle County (Delaware,)
Agricultural Society, First Piemium, in 1845.
By the New York State Agiicultura! Soci
ety, Diploma, (Honorary,) in 1810.
By the New York State Agricultural Soci
ety, First Premium, in 1817.
VALLEY, May 28, 1949.
Mr. Abner Thompson : Dear Sir—The
Pennock Drill I got from you last summer,
worked to my entire satisfaction, in rough and
smooth ground. Each tube and hopper work
ing separate and independent of each other, is
a decided advantage, by escaping rocks, roots,
sowing point rows, A c., and from the appear
ance of my crop at this time, there will be a
better yield to the acre than on what I sowed
broad-cast, besides a saving of one halt bushel
of seed to the acre. I beiievc it is one ot the
most profitable agricuUuni implements in use
by the farming' community.
JAMKS BE ATT Y, Jr.
We cordially concur in the above.
RKEUSVILLE, May 20, 1840
Mr. ABNER THOMPSON: Dear Sir —The
Pennock Drill, that I bought of you laat si m
mer, worked to my entire satisfaction, both on
rough and smooth ground it is not injured by
coming in contact with rocks or roots. J I think
from the present appearance of my drilled
wheal, that it will yield enough more on my
crop to pav the price of the Drill, at any rate,
FELIX MCC LIN TICK.
This is to certify that each of the under
signed bought one of I'ennock's Drills of Ab
ner Thompson last summer, nnd that we fully
concur in the above statement made by Felix
S. W. TAYLOR, JR.,
JAMES M. MARTIN.
NEAR ALLENVILLE, May 19, 1949.
Mr. Abner Thompson : Dear Sir—Having
used one of S. & M. l'ennock's Drills, intro
duced by you some two years ngo in this coun
ty, I am fully satisfied of its great utility to
the farmer who will, with due care, Use it.
For my own part, I think that I will, upon
thirty-eight acres sowing, gain enough this
year to pay for one of the Drills.
The undersigned fully concur in the above
W. B. JOHNSTON,
MIFFLIN COUNTY, May Iff, I^l9.
Mr. Abner Thompson: Dear Sir—The
Pennock Wheat Drill 1 purchased of you last
fall worked to my entire satisfaction, both on
rough and smooth ground. It saves at least
one peck of seed per acre, and f believe, from
the present appearance of the wheat, it will
yield considerably more tliau that seeded in
the usual broadcast way.
We hereby certify that, having bought and
used Pennock's Drills, we cheerfully concur in
the above statement, made by Mr. M'Dowell.
SAM'L W. TAYLOR,
PERRY TOWNSHIP. May 24, 1949.
Mr. Thompson: Sir—The Pennock Drill
I bought of you last summer worked to my en
tire satisfaction, both on rough and smooth
ground, as it is not injured by coming in con
tact with rocks. Each hopper and each tube
works scpatale and independent of each other;
it will sow all irregular shaped land and point
sows, without sowing nny twice over ; it saved
at least \ bushel of seed to the acre ; and I be
lieve the drilled wheat will yield considerable
more than that sown in the usual way.
WILLIAM F. SHAW.
I fully and cordially subscribe to the correct
ness of the statement above.
\VM. M. FLEMING.
Isaac Price substantially concurs in above.
Manufactured and for sale by the sub
scribers, at Pcrrysville, Milieu county, l'a. f
who will deliver Driils in any part of Bi:n-
VOIID, CAMBRIA, HUNTINGDON, Mtrr-IN, CEN
TRE, CLINTON, and LYCOMING countio*
CO~The Dulls are warranted io perform to
the entire satisfaction of purchase is. if used ac
cording to direction.-* —if not satisfactory, after
a fiur "trial, they will he taken hack, provided
a reasonable compensation be allowed tor
" oVl'i'tfc for .1 Drill, SIOO.
PEUBYSYILK, Mifflin county, Pa., ( . a(no
June 2, 1840. S '
Valuable Real Estate at
nSPDE SUBSCRIBER offers at Private
Sale, a good Two Story Stono Dwel-
M- ling HOUSE, with lot and other
J j Ji.A improvements, situate in the
' jtj jjarborough of Newton Hamilton.
A LOT at the Lock below said
borough, lying along the Canal
and close by the Central Rail-fiNliyipag!&
road, being one oi the best locations tor a
j Grocery Store in the county.
IHe titles are unquestionable. For further
information apply to Judge Criewell, in New
j ton Hamilton, or to the subscriber in McVey-
I town. A. J. NORTH."
McVeytown, Mav 12, 1849—lit.
Valuable l'ropriTv at
f JAIIE subscriber oilers at private sale thai
JL valuable farm known as " LOCK PORT," on
which he now resides, situate in Oliver tovvn-
I ship, Mitflin county,about 7 miles from Al' Vey
| town, ana 8 miles from Lewistown, containing
1 ©9 Acres,
more or less, of river bottom land, in a liitrh
state of cultivation. The improvements con
; sist of a plastered two story FA R M Ton 1
HOUSE, Bank Barn, with insur- r/
ance on it; a Store House at the 11 ijfw
basin, with tenant houses aml
i shop suitable for any mechanical business, a
T-K TW () ST OR Y FRA M E
raaS 'jTa MANSION HOUSE, 24 by 40
Siftjf 1 | 1 jfl feet, with kitchen, wood house,
bake house, smoke house, two
j story spring house, good stabling, and other out
buildings, a fountain ot good waterat the door,
together with a large variety of choice FRUIT
TREES, such as apricots, nectarines, peaches,
pears, apples, cherries, plums, &c.
There is on this property a water power ot
feet fall, sufficient to drive anv machinery.
From its situation—being on the Pennsylvania
Canal—its contiguity to the Central Railroad,
from which it is only separated by the Juniata
river—its convenience to schools, three churches,
.tc , this farm commends itself to the attention
of ail who seek an agreeable and convenient
Persons desirous of purchasing arc requested
to call and examine the property. The terms
will he made to accommodate purchasers.
JOHN L. ICKES.
March 17, 1849-fim.
Irfincas'er Examiner copy to amount of $1
and charge this office.
Valuable Real Estate and
F 0 R S A LE.
riIHE subscriber offers at PRIVATE SALE that
JL valuable farm of LIME ST () E
L .4 iV D, situate in Kishacoquillis Valley,
Mifflin county containing
more or less. The improvements are a
with Ihtee run of Burrs am! one pair of Chop
ping Stones, all in full operation and in good
repair, situated in a fertile region with a good
run of custom. Also, a
SAW MILL & PLASTER MILL,
and FRAME HOUSE for the inil'er. J-r-A.
On the farm there is a good FRAM E fffSFf! gt
a DWELLING HOUSE )}[jjj|g
and large BARN, and a ttfißßcE
YOUNG ORCHARD of choice
Twenty acres of the above is good timber
land, tiie balance cleared and in a high stale of
cultivation. There is likewise a good appear
ance of linn Ore of the best quality, known as
the "Greenwood Ore.'' This property Ii"s
near Greenwood, on the west branch of Kisha
coquillas creek, v never failing stream of lime
This estate will be sold together or separate
to suit purchasers. Any person wishing to
view the premises, or purchasing, can ascertain
terms, &c , by calling on Mr. WILLIAM MC
(2I.EI.LAN, living in the neighborhood.
March 17. 1949—tf.
f■Al IE subscriber has taken the Lcwistown
Jl Mills, and w isfies to buy a large quantity of
All ItiixU of Grain,
for which he will pay the CASH, IN PAR
M NUN, as lugli as the market will afford, accor
ding to its quality. Any person having good
Wheat will do well to call and show a sample
of it, as he thinks he can afford to give more
than any other person m the place, the mill
being situated on the creek, where tlonr can
bo loaded out of the mill into boats, and all ex
pense of hauling, storing, ami shipping saved ;
besides, the Hour is in better order, as tlift bar
rels nre not injured by hauling and handling.
Is wheat brings a better price than it will uf
ford to grind, he has the same chance of ship
ping it as any other, as the mill is the most
convenient storehouse in the place, and saves
a great deal o! time and labor in hoisting by
water power. OR, IIK WILL RECEIVE ON STOR
AGE, and forward to Philadelphia or Baltimore,
and give the following receipt:
" Received, Lcwistown Mills, of A. If.,
Wheat, to be kept in store till the first of Au
gust, unless disposed of sooner."
When the receipt is given the quality o' the
wheat will be mentioned in it, so as to prevent
any trouble when the owner comes to sell.
Any person storing, having four hundred bush
els and upwards, ami desires it, it will be kept
in a garner by itself. Any person taking a re
ceipt, and not selling before, or giving notice
to keep it, tiil after the first of August, it will
he carried out to their credit at the market
price on that day. II shipped, or sold to any
person that does not get it ground in the mill,
•rwo cents per bushel storage will be charged.
It they give notice, and keep it over after the
first of August, the storage will be ONE-HALV
cent per month, afterwards. The grain will
he cicnr from high water.
The subscriber will keep
placer, Fish, Salt and tiroccrie*
of all kinds, which will be sold low for cash to
Farmers, by the quantity.
OArFLOUR, MIDDLINGS, and all kinds
of Grain and Feed, will be constantly kept on
hand, and sold low for cash.
A. VV. YV. SI ERRE I T.
N B JOHN SI'ERRETT is authorized to
transact any business in the above premises as
Lcwistown, April 14, 1949 —ly-
Candies and Confectionary.
VLYVAYS on hand a good stock at whole
sale or retail,
may 20, 1849. F. J. HOFFMAN.
| ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
JN pursuance of an order of the Orphans'
Court of Mifflin county, will be sold, on
Saturday, Jituc SO, 1849,
a * OC ' M, al the residence of JOSEPH
STRODE, Jr., in Oliver township, counly a
foresaid, all the right, title, and interest of the
minor children of WH.LIAM WAKEFIELD and
CATHARINE A. WAKF.FIEI.D, deceased, in and to a
jfzsfk k. ® er tain Tract of Land, with frame
Dwelling House and Stable thereon
MtIP% ercctcil ' situate P ai-t i Oliver and
>"jMP art in Granville townships, in said
county, adjoining lands of Joseph
Strode, Sen., George W. Oliver, John Oliver,
Jr.'s heirs, and George Strode, (late the pro
perty of Amor Strode, dee'd,) containing GO
j ACRES, more or less.
ALSO, all the right, title, and interest of said
| children in and to a
STONE GRIST MILE,
i situate in Granville township, adjoining the
| property above mentioned, the interest of said
J children being the undivided one fourth part
THE TERMS OF SALE are, one half of
Hie purchase money to be paid on confirmation
| of the sale, and the balance in one year, with
; interest, to he secured by bond and mortgage.
AUG!• ST IXE WAKEFJEI,D,
Guardian of minor children of tV iltiain Itdke-
J'u Ul and Catharine A. Wakefield, deceased.
JAMES L. McILVAIXE, *
ma 26 Clerk if the Orphans Court.
W. H. IRWIX,
A T roitA' i: Y A r i, AW,
HAS resumed the practice ofhis profession
. in this and the adjoining counties.
Office in Alain street, Lewistown, opposite
to the Town Hall. Jan. 20, 1848—tf.
JUST received, a large stock of Ground
Alum Silt—44 cents per bushel and §1.75
j per sack. OCT™To dealers a liberal discount
i oil" these prices will be made.
may 26, 1840. F. J. HOFFMAN.
CREAM & MILK.
rETIJE undersigned, having completed his
JL arrangements, will, on MONDAY nejrt,
"f* —commence tiio business of serv-
a roam dai 'y a t the
doors of our citizens, on rcasona
♦ term.?, and in such quantities
1 as they may desire.
Levvistown, May 26, 1849—St.
fg'HH subscriber has now on band and
-™- will continue to manufacture
Earthen if "a re,
of various kinds and sizes, out of the best ma
j terial ever before used for the manufacturing
of the article in this country. The
CHEAPNESS AMI Dl" It ABILITY
j ofhis ware, should give it the preference over
i the stone-ware, inasmuch as there is no dan
! ger of any loss from scalding it or putting ap
| pie butter hot into them. His retail prices
will not exceed 8 cents per gallon, for such
ware as is generally used for apple butter or
■ iniik. He also keeps a wagon, to deliver
ware to any merchant, at a reasonable dis
tance, who may be disposed to favor him with
| his custom.
! wholesale purchasers the usual dis
count will be given.
JOSEPH A. MATHEWS.
Lewistown, May 12, 1849—tf.
A x c u si;ii> i. v
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEW
"1.1 BUOY has just returned from the city
1v 1 • with the largest, cheapest, and most
; select assortment of
Clocks, Watches, A Jewelry
ever offered for sale in
£Levvistown ; embracing in
f. great variety every dc
script ion of \\ ATCHES,
ill" V I)H3EL from Gold Patent fevers
I "yM&SI down to the ordinary Sil
vL)\^|( j/zJSSf ver Quartier; Clocks of
all kinds, Musical Boxes,
Silver Tea and Table S|Kons, Ladles, Sugar
Tongs, Putter Knives, Gold Pons and Pencils
Breast Pin-, Finger Rings, Bracelets, gold and
j silver Spectacles, silver Thimbles, Rogers'
Cutlery, &e , &c.
These articles were all purchased at ex
tremely low prices and will be sold at a CHEAT
1 REDUCTION from the price they have hitherto
commanded. The ladies and gentlemen are
respectfully invited to call and examine the
oO~Clocks, Watches and Jewelry repaired
! on reasonable terms, at short notice.
SILVER taken in exchange for all
j articles he has for sale.
Levvistown, May 5, 1849—tf.
no! in wmm
and all about Thomas's selling
(ioods so Cheap.
1 have a large assortment of
HOOTS AND SHOES,
and Ladies' and Misses' Gaiters, made by the
host of workmen ; a variety of
Kvorrvirsi nnO TLtrtuore,
of the best kind; among which is some
' Segars and Tobacco; Fish; Malt ; 100 bushels
Dried Peaches—an excellent article for
$1.50 per bushel; 1000 Fishing Rods;
Fishing Tackle; Cooking Stoves;
Powder, Shot, and Lead;
50 barrels best Monon
2000 LBS. WESTERS IIAM;
and hundreds of knick knacks, too numerous to
describe in an advertisement.
Being determined to sell LOW FOR CASH —
to accommodate Jhose who may visit him, as
far as tie can—and to deal fairly and honestly,
ho invites his friends in town and country to
give him a call, examine his stock, and it they
| find such articles as may be wanted, they can
be had about as cheap ns any oiio can sell
them in this town or neighborhood.
between Swartz's and McDowell's taverns.
Levvistown, may 19, 1849 ly.
RETAILERS OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS, SC.
I 1"!? °' RETAILERS of Foreign and Domestic Goods, Wares, Merchandize, <Vo., within
Gv annno't" \ \ ' I'a., tor the year 1819, as Appraised and Classified by the undersigned,
uuly appointed Appraiser of Mercantile Taxes, to wit:
Barnes of Retailers. Place of Residence. Annual Sales. Class. Liquors. Whole Amount
Wattson & Jacob, Levvistown, $50,000 No. 7, _ ' S4O 00
Samuel frank do -JO, OOO No. JO _ 20.0(1
Xusbaum, Brothers, do 17.000 No. 11 _ 1,00
Kennedy & Porter, do 12 000 V„ io' T- TA '..
William Marks & Sou, do lUJffH) No! 12, Li'S
George Blymyer, do 12,000 No. 12 4O 50
John A. Sterret, do 8,000 No. 13,' 10 00
C. L. Jones, do 10,000 No. 12, 10.00
William J. Sterrett, do 10,000 No. 12* 10 00
FrancisiMeClute, do 5,000 No! in', Liquors, 15.00
r rank & Stemheiser, do 0,000 No. 13 1 d,..., 15 GO
David Bair, do 4,000 No. 14, T. ' £OO
F. J. Hoffman, " do 10,000 No. 12, 12.50
Walter Lille.y, do 7,000 No. 13, 10.00
F. G. Franeiscus, do .5,000 No. 13, 10 00
Johnson Thomas, do 2,000 No. 14, Liquors 10 50
Charles Ritz, do 5,000 No. 13, __ ' 40 00
Frederick Swartz, do 2,000 No. 14, 7'on
Edwin Allen, do 4,000 No. 14, 7 no
S. F. Green, do 3,000 No. 14, 7 00
George Davis, do 3,000 No. 14, 7.00
Michael Buoy, do 2,000 No. 14, 7.00
John Havs, do 1,000 No. 14, 7.00
Francis McCoy, do 6,000 No. 13, lO.OO
C. C. Spotswood, do 1,000 No. 14, 7.00
Martin Webb, do 1,000 No. 14, Liquors, 10.50
Frank & Stineheiser, do 3,000 No. 14, Liquors, 10.50
John Hoops, Dcrry township, 2,000 No. 14, Liquors, 10.50
John A. Wright & Co., do 5,000 No. 13, lO.OO
George Bumbaugh, do 1,000 No. 14. Liquors, 111.50
M. Homing, Oliver township, 5,000 No. 13, Liquors, 15.00
John L. Ickes, do 2,000 No. 14, 7.00
John Haman & Son, McVeytown, 7,000 No. 13, lO.OO
G. W. Macklin, do 6,000 No. 13, lO.OO
Hardy So Hartzler, do 5,000 No. 13, lO.OO
N. B. Bratton, do 3,000 No. 14, Liquors, 10.50
James Cooper, do 4,000 No. 14, lO.OO
G. W. Breman, do 3,000 No. 14, Liquors, 10.50
John Bogle, do 1,000 No. 14, 7.00
A. F. Whitaker, Wayne township, 5,000 No. 13, lO.OO
Samuel Morrison, do 2,000 No. 14, 7.00
J. & J. A. Atkinson, do 2,000 No. 14, 7.00
George McLaughlin, do 2,000 No. 14, 7.00
James Carmichael, do 2,000 No. 14, Liquors, 10.50
Cyrus Criswcll, do 2,000 No. 14, Liquors, 10.50
Llisha. fields, do 1,000 No. 14, Liquors, 10.50
Jacob Lex, Newton Hamilton, 8,000 No. 13, 10 00
John W. Smith, do 10.000 No. 13, lO 00
Pureel & Vanzaridt, do 5,000 No. 13, 10.00
David Bare, Menno township, 2.000 No. 14, Liquors, 10.50
Evcrhart So Contner, do 5,000 No. 13, _ 10.00
George Blymyer, do 4,0(10 No. 14, 7.00
Overholtzer & Stirk, L'nion township, 7,000 No. 13, 10.00
| J. Hoar& H. S. McNabb, do 6,000 No. 13, Liquors, 15/XJ
M. Steely & Co., do 6,000 No. 13, lO.OO
T Reed<Sr J. B. Cottle, Armagh township, 6,000 No. 13, 10.00
George Landcs, do 6,000 No. 13, lO.OO
Robert Kinsloc, do 6,000 No. 13, 10.00
Henry Kohler, do 1,000 No. 14, 7.00
Glass & Alexander, Brown township, 6,000 No. 13, Liquors, 15.00
John Albright, do 3,000 No. 14, 7.00
S. Sultzbaugh, Decatur township, 2,000 No. 14, 7.00
\DDITIONAL persons returned for License, under the Act of Assembly, passed the 10th day
of April, 1849, entitled, " An Act to create a Sinking Fund, and to provide for the gradual
and certain extinguishment of the debt of the Commonwealth, to wit:
.Vames and Resilience. .Vo. of gallons dis- Annual Sales. Class. Amount of
tilled p> r Annum. License.
E. E. Locke &. Co , Armagh township, Distil
lers of Alcohol, 18000 $5,400 No. 8, $12.50
James McDonnald, Menno township, Distiller
of Spirituous Liquor, 1800 450 No. 10, 5.00
Christian Smith, Lcwistown, Brewer of Beer, 4800 1056 No. 10, 5.00
Retailers. Residence. Annual Sales. Class. License.
Charles Bitz, Lewistown, S2OO No. 4, $5.00
Edwin Allen, do 200 No. 4, 5.00
S. F. Green, do 200 No. 4, 5.00
F. J Hoffman, do 200 No. 4, 5.00
John Albright, Brown township, 100 No. 4, 5.00
David Bare, Menno township, 100 No. 4, 5.00
G. W. Brehman, McVeytown, 100 No. 4, 5.00
IScer .V Ealing Houses, Itestauraiats, Oyster Cellars, Arc.
Charles Shell, Levvistown, SSOO No. 8, $5.00
Dauiel Wise, do 500 No. 8, *5.00
Mrs. Hart, do 500 No. 8, 5.00
Samuel Lesick, do 500 No. 8, 5.00
George Siegrist, do 500 No. 8, 5.00
Ezra Britton, do 500 No. 8, 5.00
Frederick Griminger, do 500 No. 8, 5.00
APPEAL will be held at the Treasurer's Office, in Lewistown, on SATURDAY, the
23d day of June, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 4 P. M., for all those who may feel them
selves aggrieved bv the foregoing appraisement and classification.
Lewistown. June 2, 1849 —til. Mercantile Appraiser for MiJJlin county.
VUDITOR'S NOTICE.—The undersign
ed, Auditor, appointed by the Court of
Common Picas of Mifflin county, to make dis
tribution of the monies in the hands of JAMES
TURNER and JAMES BURNS, assignees of MI
CHAEL ROUSH, late of Dernr township,
in said county, hereby notifies all persons con
cerned, that he will attend for that purpose at
IIIS office in the borough of Levvistown, on
SATURDAY, the lolh day of June next,
where they may attend if they see proper.
W. J. JACOBS, Auditor.
Levvistown, May 19, 1849—4t.
\ EDITOR'S NOTICE—The undersigned
. having been appointed an Auditor by the
Court of Mifflin county, to audit and distribute
the money in the hands of JOHN MORRISON,
administrator ot the estate of M. MOODY,
deceased, to and among the creditors of said
decedent, he has appointed FRIDAY, the 20th
of Junp next, as the time, and the house of
Mrs. Eliza Butler, in Newton Hamilton, as
the place, where lie will attend tor that pur
pose, and all persons interested are hereby no
tified to present themselves then and there, or
be thereafter debarred from coming in upon said
fund. JOHN F. COTTREL.
Newton Hamilton, May 19, l v '49—lt.
\ EDITOR'S NOTICE. —THB undersign
_ cd having been appointed an Auditor to
audit and distribute the money in hands of
Col. VVM. BUTI.EU, administrator of the estate
of THOMAS J. HYNEMAN, late of the bor
ough of levvistown, hereby gives notice that
he will attend at the Register's office, on MON
DAY, the second day of July next, when and
where all persons interested may attend, or
be thereafter debarred from coming in on said
fund. HENRI KULP.
DI SSO LUTI ON. —T he paitnershi pjhereto
foro existing, under the firin of GREEN &
BANKS, was dissolved by mutual consent on the
21st May. The books and occouuts are in the
hands ot l)r. GREEN, who is duly authorized to
settle the same.
J. K. GREEN.
A. A. BANKS.
June 2 1849.—3t.
Ho not Forget
rjYHAT at F. J. HOFFMAN'S will be
1 found a splendid assortment of fashiona
ble HATS, CAPS, at much lower prices
v - -ajp-j than they enn be bought elsewhere
VgaEjO in this country. As an evidence of
eJßwpjjf this, we submit the following list
Cmd of prices, and ASK the public to call
ijQ and examine for themselves:
A good Fur llat, ... SI.OO
Fine Nutria and Fine Silk, - 2 25
Fine Beaver, .... 2.75
Finest Moleskin, - - - 3.25
| Lewistown, inarch 25, 1849.
LADIES and GENTLEMEN can be ac
commodated with boarding on reasonable
i terms at Mrs. Met.'AY'S, on Main street, in
• the house formerly occupied by Mrs. J. Mc-
Lewistown, April 21, 1849.
"LYKExNS a alley coal.
rpilE Lykens Valley Coal Company will be
L prepared to deliver Coal, on and after the
XiUtii inst., at the Depot, Miliersbura:, Dauphin
county, Pennsylvania, (at the head of the Wi
conisco Canal, 12 miles from Clark's Ferry,) at
the following prices CASH :
Lump, broken and screened, $2.00 per ton.
Nut, 1.75 do.
Limeburners 1 screened, 137£ do.
do. mixed, 75 ~ do.
WILLIAM H AWKINS, Treasurer.
April 14, IS49—taugl.
T)Y virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas, issued out
J' of the Court of Common Pleas of the county of Mif
flin, and to me directed, will be exposed to sale by
public outcry, at the Court House, in tlie borough of
Thursday, June 28, 1 84d,
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the following described
property, to w it:
A half lot of ground, more or less, situate in the bor
ough of Lewistown, Mirthn county, Pa., bounded by
Brown street on the east, a sixteen feet alley on the
south, by a lot of John Sterrett on the west, and Market
street on the north, with a large two story brick dwel
ling house, a large brick stable, and other improvements
Seized and taken iti execution as the property of the
I) MrKEAX CONTNER, Sheriff
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, )
Lewistown, June 2, 1848. ) td.
N. R—Purchasers at the above SheriffVsale
are hereby notified that the amount ol the sale
will bo required to oe paid immediately on the
property being knocked down, or ii will bo forth
with resold to the highest bidder.
D. McK. C., Sh'ff.
I*l AGIST HATE'S OFFICE
.Justice of tlie Peace,
CAN be found at his office, in the room re
cently occupied by Esquire Ivolp, where
he will attend to all business entrusted to his
care with the greatest care and despatch.
Lewistown, July 1, 1848—if.
, bIaSK E'DCKS."
, \ large stock ot Dlauk Docks, on hand and
. /A. for sale, wholesale or retail, by
J F. JT HOFFMAN.
March 24, 1819.