Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, September 13, 1843, Image 2
• *l,, - ,--,- - eA: , .'Ni f f rits iC . d •-* 2-7 . 4? - 44 ' - I.' _-•.. 'Tr THE HUNTINGDON JOURNAL. "One country, one constitution, one destiny." Lx.-s.zralatxx 'Vire4n3sday morning, Sept. 13, 1843, <T V. B. PA LYE It, Fin. (N). 59, Pine street below Third, Philadelphia,) is authorized to net as .4 4 , Pent fur this paper, to procure subscriptions and advertisements. Democratic EllarriNott Ticket. Election 2nd Tuesday (10th ) of October 1943. CANAL COMMISSIONERS OF PENN'A ananoN GMILTORD, RTIVEMI), NWITIII,II:EItLxIVD. 73EMYA1 lIN vreavlat, CONGRESS: Ocn. 3.4LNIES IRVIN, OF CENTRE. ASSMIBLY IVVWILLXADTO, BRICE BLAIR, OF OVULIN TP. COMMISSIONERS: 30312 C P. ITZIXTiaIIt, OF HuNTINGDON 0000' (1 yr.) IVZOILDECA.IE cxxxLcommi, o 1 Too TP. (3 yrs.) TREASURER: GZIORGE TAYLOR, Esq, or 1117NTINGDON nonu'. AUDITOR; XACOM S. 1112.11.TTM1N, Or gnroliciaN Ti'. ARE 'nu ASSESSED? ilarrison Democrats, if you wish to vote at the next election, you must be assessed 10 days before the day of election. sAiruit DAY THE 30th OF SEPTEMBEIt will be the last (12y on hich the assessment can unza we. kieniember this, and TICKETS. Complete tickets will ha ready for delivery at this ofllze, in a few days. Our country fiendsf: will con fer a favor upon the candidates by taking a supply to their respective districts. z y The Sheritre notice of the General Election will be found on the fourth page. CO . '" STANWOOb" is informed thut no connuni 7 cation will receive attention unless the author is made known. Such information is in all cases held atrictly confidential. Party Names. Owing to our absence from the Editorial Chair, last week, the ticket of the Porter branch of the Locofoco party was headed " Damontatic Loco rocs TICIIK," The Anti Porter branch of the Locofoco party find fault with this, and perhaps justly too, because we headed their own simply Locofoco TICKET. " I,Ve will elate, for the satis faction of all, that it was all right except the " Dem ocratic;' and this week we have altered the ticket no as to make it agreeable to our own views, and as it would have been published last week had we been at our post. We consider neither of the two fac tions "Democratic," nor any more entitled to the name of " Democrats', than to that of " Working men," under which they battled at the last two gen eral election. So long as they dub us "reds, " " Tories," " Coons" &c., they must be content to be called Loeofocos by us. Zeffergcsi College. NN'e have received a copy of the Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Jefferson College, at Cannonsburg, Pa. It was published in July last, and shows the institution to be in a flourishing con dition. The students are classified as follows : Seniors 49 Juniors 37 Sophomores 39 Freshmen :39 Preparatory 27 Irregular and Scientific 19 Total There are eight students from this county among them ; viz—James Smith among the Seniors; R. C. Irwin among the Juniors; J. W. Henderson, J. H. Orbison and S. C. Stewart among the Sopho- mores ; Robert H. Jones and W. W. Stewart among the Freshmen ; and Robert A. Dorsey among the Irregular and Scientific. Philadelphia City and County. The locos of the 4th District nominated C. J. I romism. for Congress. The vote stood, for In gereol 45, J. 8. Jones 3. In the 3d Dietiict, JOIIN T. SMITH was nomina ted, tit.; vote standing, Smith 32, Charles Brown (tinder boc!) 5, James Goodman 4, Daniel T. Miller 3. In the Ist Congressional District Taos.M'Crur was norarnatti by a ets, as Ire learn of 33 to 7. Pall Ticket---Duty of our Party-- Partial split in the Locofoco flanks. We are enabled this week to present a full Ticket to the Democratic Harrison voter of Huntingdon county, from Canal Commissioners down to County Auditor. It is a ticket against which the voice of objection has not, and cannot, be raised. The candidates for Canal Commissioners, are all three of them, gentlemen of sterling worth and unimpeachable integrity, who can well stand the Jeffirsonian test MI to honesty and capability.— They are opposed to Locofocoism in all its phases, and hold firmly the political principles of the party that nominated them—though they are men who are not very extensively known in the political world, never having practiced the fashionable iniquities of the day, which give some men notoriety. These men must certainly be elected over their Locofoco opponents, every one of whom has been or is now in some way connected with the present corrupt State or National Administration, and has his hands stained with their mat-practices. The nominee for Congress is too well known to the people of his district to require commendation from the hands of any one. His course, in the late Congress, on the Tariff question alone, is sufficient to secure his re-election by an increased majority over his present opponent who is accountable not only for the sin of Porterism, but is also an out and-out Locofoco, and consequently bound to go fur a repeal of the Tariff act—that street anchor of the hopes and prosperity of the laboring classes of our country. The remainder of the Ticket consists of gentle men well known to most of the citizens of this county. Tltey are all men whose characters for honesty and capability will bear the strictest ecru- City, and into whose hands the interests of our coun try may be placed with the utmost safety. Our opponents are divided on part of their can , didates, and the different factions manifest a consid erable degree of animosity against each other, al though one faction is entitled to as much honesty and has as much principle as the other, and not a jot or tittle more. This is a "family quarrel" with which we have nothing to do. Whigs and Anti masons may look on and will, no doubt, look on, with the same feeling that the "Hoosier" woman did when her husband and the bear were fighting; but no one ought to take part with either faction.— it is a fight in which the one faction is contending for the keeping, and the other for the getting, of the " spoils." Hans On !" therefore seems to he a discreet dictate, and one which every sound Whig or Antimnson will practice on at the ap- proaching election. EDWARD BELL, Esq. is on both Locofoco tick ets for Assembly,and Capt. Joss STEWAIIT on both for County Commissioner for three years. There is, no doubt, design in this; and it is easily seen that if Whigs or Antimasons vote for these gentle men, on either ticket, they may be elected. Loco focos are fond of office, and they know that " half a loaf is better than no bread." Their party may be united on their candidate for Congress and on their 1 candidates for Canal Commissioners. It will there- f "'14143 , 944 1 1144EniU1i04414544 1 44Wting-M" ticket—the whole ticket—and nothing but the ticket. Shirleyeburg. It is with pleasure that we notice that the borough of Shirleysburg is on the march of improvement. Several brick dwelling houses and other buildings are under way of erection this season, and the place exhibits quite a business appearance. The town is beautifully located, end the sur- rounding country is good and rapidly improving. We have had occasion to stop there several times, the present year, and it is but an act of justice to " mine host and hostess" of the " E xchange"—Mr. WE...! and his lady—to say that they afford as good and comfortable accommodations at their Temperance Inn, as can be met with in the country, the " crack" hotels of Hollidaysburg and Hunting , don not excepted. Mr. ' , raker, who keeps the other public house, likewise administered on temperance principles, is also well spoken of by those who have given him their patronage. The fruits of the temperance relbrmation, and the more recent revival of religion are plainly percep tible, and we hope they may advance with the place. Our Congressional Nomination. Gen. JAMBS lima., of Ccatre county, our able and efficient representative in the late Congress, was, on Tuesday of last week, again nominated by the conferees from the several counties in the dis trict. We publish the proceeding of the Codeine Meeting in another column. Tho manly course of Gen. Irvin during the late Congress received the universal approbation of the Whigs of his district, and throughout the country. He proved a firm and zealous advocate of the Tariff as well as of all the other leading measures of the Whig party, and thus gained for himself the in creased confidence of his constituents. Let the Whigs and Antimasons of Huntingdon, Centre, Main and Juniata but do their duty faithfully, and General Irvin will he triumphantly elected over any Locofoco Anti-Tariff candidate that may be in the field against him. Whigs, Antimasons, and all friends of the Tariff act! be up and doing on the 2nd Tuesday in October ! ! Your duty to your cokes and to your country requires your exertions !!! Washington liotel---Harrisburg. The pmprietors, A. J. Jones and Theo. Fenn, Esqrs., advertise the above welt known establish ment for sale, on accommodating and easy terms. Locofoco Nominations for Canal Commissioners. The Locofoco State Convention assembled at Harrisburg on the sth inst., and made the following nomination for Canal Commissioners:— JAMES CLARKE, of Indiana, JESSE MILLER, of Perry, WM. B. FOSTER,Jr., of Bradford. These men, being of the same political " etripe" es the present corrupt Board, tarot be beaten. Robbers About—Case of Burglary-- Arrest On Monday last our town was thrown into an unusual state of excitement on account of sundry robberies which had been committed here. Early in the morning, about 2 o'clock, the family of WILLIAM On HI ROM, Esq. heard a person in their house, when Mr. O. arose from his bed and went down stairs. On coming down ho discovered the back door open, which he at once shut. About this time he was struck nay the robber—the blow being aimed at his head, in the dark, missed its aim and the arm of the assailant struck the shoulder of the old gentleman. Mr. Orbison who had nothing to defend himself with, now called loudly, Boysl Come on boys, I've got him ;" and Mrs. Orbison, who was yet up stairs, replied "I'm coming with the pistol—here it is!" or something to that effect.— There were neither boys nor pistol in the house, yet the call and reply had the desired ellixt—the robber who was shut in, showed no more fight, but sprang to another room, jumped on a window, kicked out the sash jumped into the street, and ran towards Wallacee's Tavdtn as fast as his legs would take him. He had entered the house at a back window —took with him an axe from the wood shed, and opened a desk into which he set his light while he was rummaging it for plunder. He got but two or three dollars—specie—before he was driven from the house. Early on Monday morning a stranger who gave his name as 11. B. Orr, was arrested, in bed, at 'Wallace's, where he had stopped for a few days.— He was introduced to Justice Africa, who, upon hearing, committed him to prison to await his trial. Another robbery was committed the same night, in the house of JAMES STEEL, Esq. The robber entered the house by a window—went up stairs rate the room in which Mr. Jacobs, Maj. Steel's clerk was sleeping, and took his watch and about $l6 in mo ney from the pockets of his clothes. The young man heard the pantaloons drop on the floor—raised himself up in the bed—but thinking the little dog belonging to the house had got into the room and made the noise which wakened him, he laid down again and went to sleep. In the morning he found his pantaloons in another room. On the previous night, (Saturday) Jackson's tav ern was entered by some person, through a window, and robbed of a gold watch, with a gold chain and key, four finger-rings, two breast-pins, a neck-lace, a pair of gold ear-rings, and a few dollars in money —the property of Miss Jackson, and also a pair of gold spectacles with blue glasses, belonging to Mm. Jackson, in all amounting to about $2OO worth. The public house of Mrs. M'Connell was also entered on Saturday night, but the robber found nothing to suit him and left the house without even disturbing the slumbers of its inmates. In the morning a profusion of burnt and broken matches were found scattered on the floor of one of the rooms. Suspicion rests upon the stranger, Orr, as the person who perpetrated all these robberies. If Orr is the robber he probably has one or more accompli ces, although he has not been seen with any person or persons who would are: beet s disc-0,14410n,-, A rewardom o f o l t 2 to o n is s f offered ea redfo n r a t l hats r toenfrom ivin Commis sioners. The Democratic Harrison State Convention as sembled at Harrisburg on Wednesday last, for the purpose of nominating candidates for Canal Com missioners. Ner Middleswarth, of Union county, presided, assisted by six Vice Presidents and four Secretaries. WILLIAM TwEsn and BENJAMIN WEAVER wore nominated on first ballot—the fer nier receiving 80 and the latter 39 votes; and Six owe Gensonn on the fourth ballot—he receiving 98 votes. The Convention then, on motion, Bemired, That WILLIAM TWEED, BEN JAMIN WEAVER, and SIMEON GUILFORD, are declared unanimously nominated for the office of Canal Commissioners, by this Convention. Locoroco NONINATION FOR CONGRESS.—The Locofocos of this district hose • nominoted Gen, GEORGE MTV immix, of Contro county, for Con- gross. cO-Tito recent Loco-Foco Convention in Som erset county, denounced the Into Bankrupt Law as a moat atrocious measure of Whig rascality. It happens that one of the the Committee which re ported this resolution and several of the Detegates who had adopted it had themselves taken the benefit of this very law. XVlifilin County. The Whigs of Mifflin county have nominated the following ticket : Fur Congress—JAMES IRVIN, of Centre county. Amembly—Wit. Am CUMMINS of Brown tp. Comminioner—Elijah Morrison, of Wayne tp. Treamsrer—David M'Clure, of the Borough of Lewistown. Auditor—James Thompson, of Armagh tp. Juniata County. The 'Whigs of Juniata county have nominated the following Ticket: Assembly—John Adams. Sheriff -1:01. William Bell. Commissioner--Robert Silverthom. Q NATHAN SARGENT, Esq. is nominated as the Democratic Whig candidate for Congress in the Third Congressional District, consisting of the Northern Liberties and Spring" Garden, Phil's. Shinplasters. At the late Court of Quarter Sessions of Cum berland county, the Grand Jury, under the instruc tion of the Court, made a presentment of the Town Council of the Borough of Carlisle, for 1842, the Council for 1843, end Martin Icily, of Mechan ickehurg, for issuing small notes in violation of the Act of Assembly of June, 1842. They also presen ted J. Ellis Bonham, and others who signed the notes. It appears to have excited considerable feel ing at Carlisle. Thie movement will most probably have the effect of driving this currency out of circu lation• WaIG CONCIAMSSIZONAL CONFEREE MEETING. The Whig Congressional Conferees, appointed lyy the different counties composing the 17th Congres sional District, met at Brown's Mills, Mifflin county, on Tuesday the sth of September, for the purpose of nominating a suitable person to be voted for at the approaching election, to represent said district in the next Congress. The convention was organized by the election of ROBERT CAMPBELL, Esq. of Huntingdon county, as President, and Col. Gronoz Bucusx.sw, of Centre county, Secretary. _ _ The following named gentlemen appeared, produ ced their credentials and were admitted. Huntingdon county—Robert Campbell, A. K. Comyn, and David Blair, &gra. Centre county—Col. George Buchanad, Samuel Patton and James 'P. Rale, Esq. 1117,111:n county—Col. William Butler and Ralph Bogle, Esq. Juniata county—Thos. Kinsloc and John Dobbs. James T. Halo, Esq. nominated Gen. Jas. Irvin. David Blair, Jno. G. Miles. Rob't. Campbell " Jno. Blanchard. ahem Zook, James Mothers William B utlor, Thos. Kimloe, The convention proceeded to balloting, and on the fourth ballot, General James Irvin having a a majority of all the votes, was declared to be duly nominated. On motion of A. K. Cornyn. Resolved, That we unanimously recommend General domes Irvin, to the \Vhigs of the 17th Congressional district, and that we will use all honor able means to ensure his election. Resolved, That we are the friends of a Protec tive Tariff, for the encouragement of home industry —the full developement of our vast natural resour ces—the prosperity and happiness of our people, and the promotion of our entire independence as a nation. Resolved, That we are in favor of a distribution of the Proceeds of the Public Lands among the States; believing the same to be called for, by every consideration of right, expediency, and public jus tice. Resolved, That we are in favor of the nomination of llsxar CLAY, for the Presidency, as the candi date of that portion of the American people, who believe, with us, that the public good requires a Protective Tariff—a distribution of the proceeds of the Public Lands among the States—a sound Na tional Currency, sufficient in quantity to accommo date the business and wants of the country—a strict accountability of public officers and an economical administration of the government. Rooked, That Gen. B. Miles Green he appoin ted a delegate to represent this district in the con vention to be held at Baltimore in May next, to nominate candidates for President and Vice Presi dent. Resolved, That the conferees composing this convention bewpointed a committee to prepare an address to the Whigs of the respective counties per:me:WV ewetion, saliicici exists increased exertion, and untiring zeal in the pro motion of Whig principles. Resolved, That the proceedings of this conven tioa be published in the Mifflin County Gazette, Huntingdon Journal, Hollidaysburg Register. and Democratic Whig. ROBERT CAMPBELL, President. Gee. Beene: cos, Secretary. REBECCA AND DER DAUGHTEIIB.-A correspon dent, who perhaps has not paid much attention to the current foreign intelligence, (says the Baltimore Sun) desires to know, who aro "Rebecca and her daughters," mentioned in connexion with the dis turbance in Wales. "Rebecca" is a name, appro priated to a stalwart farmer, who is unknown to the authorities, and the "daughters" arc his associates. They commit their depredations disguised, usually in female apparel. They have a secret organize. tion, and aro only known to each other. In Wales ' it appears that on roads turnpike gates have been erected a very few miles apart, at which enormous tolls aro charged. To this the farmers object, and under cover of night, they meet and destroy the gates, in the hope by this means to compel the exac ters of the tolls to remove the obnoxious gates entirely. This is the extent of their depredations. A SINSINO Moos.—A very remarkable little animal, a mouse, having the surpassing ability of warbling notes which very closely resemble those of 1 a lark, has lately been exhibited in London. The animal also imitates various other birds with ease and fluency. It was recently caught, and has be come quite tame, and sings very frequently. FIRST DEMAND ON ENGLAND UNDER THE Asn norm. TuEATT.—Benjamin Hays, in company with Oliver M. Lovvnds, Esq. was employed by Jacob Little & Co. of New York, sometime ago, to proceed to England, and under the late treaty arrest a man named John Clinton alias John Reed, who is charged with having committed a series of forge ries, to a large, amount, upon Messrs. Little & Co. The have had Clinton arrested and committed until further evidence of identity &c. can he procured from New York. Arr.:masa Wsniviso.—The Westreoreland In telligence of the lot inst. says :—Mr. Lemon Davis, of Mountpleasant township, was suddenly killed on Saturday (26th tilt.) by a fall from his horse. The particulars of this unfortunate circumstance, so far as we could ascertain are these :—The deceased, in company with another individual, a Mr. Campbell, were on their way home from Ligonier; and being somewhat excited, they proposed racing their horses. Sometime after they had started, the horse which Davis rode, ran off through a wood; Davis when found, was lying on the ground unable to speak, having a severe bruise from the side of the neck down to his thigh. It is supposed that the horse from the appearance of the saddle, which was cov ered with dust, must have fallen and rolled over the body of the unfortunate Davis. He breathed his last about 10 o'clock that evening. OnIFILANS' covrer sAvo. IN purse ince of an °vier of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, there will be exposed to sale by public vendue or outcry, on the premises, on Slaw day the 21st day of October next, the real estate of 31 in Ward, late of Tell township in said etanitv, d, , crased, to wit, certain 'FRAC r OF LAND situate in Tell township, Huntingdon county, aforesaid, bounded on the north by lands of David Parsons, on the west by William Magee, on the east by land of Widow Piper and James Parsons, on the south by lands or George French and Widow frexier, containing 200 Acres, more or less, about one halt of which is im proved, with two log DWELLING HOUSES, c. A Goon BARN, AND h A GOOD ORCHARD thereon. The land is of the best quality of slate land, easily cultivated and produces well— there is excellent and never-tailing weer on the premises, and ten or fifteen acres of first rate meadow It lies ob.;ut two miles from the Shade Gap, and about fifteen miles from the Pennsylvania Canal, in a good neighbor hood, with a good township Toad , passing through it. TFI(MS OF SALE:—One third of the purchase money to be paid on the coefirma non of the - sale, one third in one % ear there after with interest and the residue at and immediately after the death of Mary Ward, widow of the said intestate, the interest of the said third payment to be paid to the said widow annually and regularly clueing her natural life—the whole to be secured by the bond and mortgage of the purchaser. By the Court. JOHN HEED, C'k. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, I'. M., of said day, Attendance will be given by BRICE X liLAIR, Trustee to in,ke.sale. Sept. 13, 1843--ts ORPILILYS 7 COURT Salt F. N pursuance of an order of the Orphans' rACourt of Huntingdon county, there will be exposed to public sale, on the premises, Wednesday the 4th of October next, at 1 o'clock P. M., All that certain tract or parcel of laid situate in Shirley township, in the county of Huntingdon, ad joining lands of the Ivies of Maj. John Shaver deed, Simnel Shaver, Andrew Polli.ck's heirs and °diets, containing 176 ACRIIN, more or less, about 140 acres of which are cleared, about twenty of which are meadow —thereon erected a large log dwelling house, a log barn, and a spring • house, and two Apple t ' Orchards thereon, late • •--- '-' the real estate of Col. William Postleth wait, deed. T MUM OF SALE.—One half of the pur- Aise money to be paid on confirmation of the sale, and the residue in one yet r there after with interest, to he secured by the bond and mortgage of the purchaser. liy the Court 101 - 1 N HEED, Clerk. Attendance will be given at the time and nlace of Or . , . 1w Sept. 13th 1649. Estate of Matthew Oincland, Late of West township, Huntingdon county, deceasrd. if",ck tOTICE is hereby given, that letters 4011 testamentary upon the said estate have been granted to the undersigned. All per sons indebted to said estate are requested to m, k, immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against the same are re quested to present them duly authenticated for settlement, to WM. MONTGOMERY, Ex'r. Sept. 13, 1843--6 t West tp. STRAY COW. Taken up, on the 'lst of August last, end is at the residence of the subscriber, in Walker township, near the borough of Huntingdon, a white and red spreckled Cow, about six years ohl. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take her away—otherwise she will be dispos ed of according to law. JACOB BRENNAMAN. Sept. 13, 1843. ,AOTIICE let:ebyiveT, t t edm:;7l ia,tifo.exLtgUei the ;T of Hazzaid & Afrir n, was disolved on the 12th day of August last. The be are in the hands of Daniel Africa. All persons who know themselves indebted to sand firm, will please Cali and settle with the subscri ber, and those having claims will present theta for settlement. DANIEL AFRICA. September 6, 1843. ervitatur eourt ITN pursuance of an order of the Or plms' Court of the county of Hunting don will be exposed to:side by public vendee or outcry, on the premises, en Saturday the 16th day of September next, A. 1). 1843, the real estate of Wm. Dodds, late of Shir ley township, in said county, to wit : A small tract of land situate in Shirley tp, Huntingdon rt may, bounded tin the north by land of Thomas Beaty, on the cast by Hugh, King, on the south by John heirs, and on the west by Rickets or Roberts, containing as ..caacaczosl3 2 , more or less, with a cabin house thereon erected, about seven acres cleared, five of which are under fence, with a garden, and some peach trees on the premises. TERMS OF SALE :—One third of the pur chase money to be paid on the confirmation of the sale, and the residue in two equal an nual payments thereafter with interest. lly the Court. JOHN REED, Cletk. Sale to commence at 1 o'cltak, I'. M. of said day. . Atteticlanne will be given by JOHN SWOOPS, kilm'r. of Wm. Dodds, dec'tl August 23, 1843.—t5, '2, Inc, VIM Min .ITTO .1T L.R II t 111,:/ffINGDON,PA, cU 3 ....ZZU:IUII:t. on -,MaCY.U.OO WILLIAM FANS 11110ESPECTFULLY informs the citirms .4414 of Huntingdon, and the public in gen eral, that he still continues the Tailo rim g BUSilless, at his old stand, in Main street, in the bo rough of Huntingdon, in the brick house immediately opposite the store of Thomas Read, w!lere he is hilly prepared and ready to accommodate all, who may favor him with a call, _ _ Ife ree,ives, regularly, from New York, Scutt's Ally York, Party and London FASHIONS; and he is Bete mined to employ none but the best and most expetienced workmen; and he guarantees to execute all orders in his line in the most fashionable and win kman like manner, or according to the wishes and orders of customers. • COUNTRY PRODUCE will he taken, at the mailt,t price, m payment of walk :lone at his shop. Thaiitful for pi,st favors, he solicits a continuance of public patronage. August 16, 1843.—tt. (Estate of Michael Wallace, late of Mor ris township, deceased.) UaalGO'Cl 4TS raflaP as) 8 an m Persons indebted to the es tate of Michael Wallace, late of Morris township, deed., are hereby ratified to conic forward and pay off their accounts. Suits will be instituted immedi ' ately after the first of January next, against all who neglect to comply with this notice. S. P. WALLACE, Aug. 23, 1843.-3 m pd Surviving Adm'r. C J 0 urro . All persons are hereby cautioned against meddling with, selling, disturbing or remov ing, the following described property, which I purchased at Constable's S tle, as property of David Stover, Mouth of Spruce Creek, and left in his possession until I see proper , to remove the same, viz : 2 setts cf aack-' smith Tools, I turn lathe, 2 two grindstones, 1 brace and bitts, and 1 screw plate. TIMOI'iI NOWLAN. August 23, 1843.-3 t. CHEAP CASH STORE. I~LNIiY L. ELDER, No. 493 Market Street,—above 13'h , PIIILA DELPIII A, Respectfully incites the attention of those who buy for cash (as he sells on no ()Owr terms) to his very large and splendid assort ment of Hardware and Cutlery, just re ceived from England, in addition to his usual stock of _ _ Foreignand Domestic Hardware, the best quality. He earnestly requests them to examine elsewhere. and after ascertaining the lowest prices at which they can purchase, then to call notwithstanding the distance and unin fluenced by the remarks of interested deal ers in the same business, and enquire the prices of the same goods at his store. It is his fixed determination, and he wish et_lt_sndistinctly understood, not onl • to sell His arrangements are sn made, he be lieves, as to enable him to do so, and yet make a small profit. At all events, cii#ll purchasers will find it their interest to call. 11EN I' L. ELDER, Cheap Hardware Store and Nail Warehouse, No. 493 112arket Street, bctwrenl3!lt and Broad. Philadelphia, Aug. 23, 1843. F,.recutoi7, scriber, idta .„ . fittiiiiit kr...l). farm of Jacob Kande, near 11.7 14 7.%.„.. Petersburg, sometime about the middle of May, last, a blatk Cow with some white in the face and a piece cut out in the lc ft ear. Any information that can be given as to the "whereabouts" of the said cow, will be thankfully received by the sub scriber. ROBERT B. I.VILSON Aug. 23, 1843.--3 t pd Estate of Daniel Foruwalt, Lffte of Morris township, Huntingdon ementy, deceased. vrOTICE is hereby given that letters of administration upon the said estate have been granted to the undersigned. MI pet sons having claims or demands against the same arc requested to make them known without delay, and all persons indebted to Make immediate payment to WILLIAM REED, Adm'r. Morris township. Aug. 23, 1843. Estate of Dr. 0. ;74. Scott. Lute of the Borough of Birm 4 ngham. Huntingdon county, dec'd. Noticd is hereby given, that letters testa mentary upon the will of said dec'd have been granted to the undersigned. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against the same are requested to present them duly authenticated for set dement, to - JOHN SCOTT, Jr. Ex'r. and ELIZABETH:K:Oyr, Ex'x. Birmingham, Aug. 16, 1843. Estate of IW.argaret Loaderslager. Late of Henderson township, Huntingdu; county. decta;rd, Notice is hereby given that letters of ad ministration upon the said estate have be, graded to the undersigned. All person, having claims or demands against the sap• are requested to make them known with delay, and all persons indebted to Make in. mediate payment.to ANDREW WISE. Jr. .4dm . r. "Inguat 9,1843.-6 t. NOTICE. A LL persons who know themselves in debted to the subscriber for subscrip tion, advertising or job work, are request,: to make payment immediately, if not sooner. as I expect to leave these t iggins" io short time. E. V. EVERHART Huntingdon, August 9. 1843. PI. AN!: BON Dri—Judtmeot inn! c orn , 444ntott---lot. sale at this office.