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THE HUNTINGDON JOURNAL
"One country, one constitution, one destiny."
EMU 'al rsattumodacome
Wednesday morning, Oct. 25, 1843,
j V. B. PALMER, Esq. (No. 59, Pine street
below Third, Philadelphia,) is authorized to act as
Agent for this paper, to procure subscriptions and
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
(Subject to the decision of a National Covention.)
OF CENTRE COUNTY.
(Subject to the decision of a State Convention.)
The nomination of Gon. Lavin for Gover
nor is received with general approbation, and with
unusual interest. He is known to be the very op
posite of the present incumbent, and just the man
the people of Pennsylvania want for Governor of
this noble but deeply injured Commonwealth.
0 The United States Gazette came to us on
Monday night with the name of JOHN Saimaa:yr
for Vice President flying at its mast head. It now
Mils under the glorious flag of Clay and Sergeant.
jWe have not received the full and official
returns of the election for Canal Commissioners.—
Enough is however known to render the election of
the Locofoco candidates certain by a majority not
short of 10,000. We will endeavor to publish the
official returns in our next.
stroyed by. Fire.
On Monday evening, the pablic house kept by
Mr. John Houck, at Jacketown, ten miles below
this place, took fire, and before the progress of
the devouring element could be arrested, the whole
town, with the exception of one stable, was redu
ced to ashes. We have no room for particulars.
Cr The Philadelphia " Independent" has raised 1
1844. Mr. Telma has been named by several
other name in connection with the gubernatorial
Of the 11 Sitsvronv elected on the 10th love. a
are Locos, 3 Whigs--Those holding over,l4 Locos,
12 Whigs—making the Senate stand 22 Locos, 11
The BOWIE will probably stand, 68 Loeos, V
cr:p Mr. Webster has written a letter approving
the nomination of Mr. Briggs as Governor, end Mr.
Reed as Lieutenant Governor, and pledging them
his support. Ile also condemns the acts the loco
foco legislature of Massachusetts
DEATR OP AN AMERICAN Constm.--Williarn A.
Butler, Esq., late U. S. Consul at Nicaragua, Cen
tral America, diod on the 26th ult., on board the
schr. Ursula, on his passage home from St. Juan.
His remains were interred on the island of Old
Cr, The Philadelphia Forum says:—" Our
friend Mr. Mahan, has just finished a coat intended
for Hon. Henry Clay, which may be called an
American garment—the cloth, trimmings, &c.,
being of Domestic manufacture. The cloth is of a
very fine texture, and is as beautiful and durable as
can be produced in any country ; and the workman
ship cannot he excelled. The coat may be seen at
the Fair of the Franklin Institute.
MUM/EA.-We learn from the Hagerstown (Md)
Herald of Freedom that on Saturday last, a drover
was murdered on the road leading from that place to
Hanover, Pa. When found, he was lying in the
road perfectly dead, his head and body pierced in a
number of places with largo buckshot, and his
pockets rifled; he was taken to the nearest tavern,
where it was ascertained that he had a large sum of
money in his possession.
During the day a foot-pad, an ill-looking fellow
stopped at the tavern, who was immediately suspec
ted of having had a hand in the murder, and upon
being arrested and searched. and $2,000 of the un
fortunate drover's money found in his bundle, con
fessed that he perpetrated the deed. Ho stated that
he was goaded to it by the relentless pangs of hun
ger, that he supposed his victim to have but a few
dollars and that he shot him for this smell sum to
rescue himself from the horror. 'of starvation. A
poor excuse for murder In this land of plenty.
Benjamin Rathbun, late of Baffalo, after an im
prisonment of five years at the Auburn State Pris
on, for hie eztennive forgeries, was discharged on
the 3rd inst, in consequence of the expiration of
his sentence. He was met at Buffalo by many of
his old friends, his raid ho intends to settle him
self upon a farm in Wisconsin.
A Senator Dead.
The Hon. John F. Linn, U. S. from
Missouri, died at his residence in that Slats, on the
Rumors from Washington.
John Tyler appears to be fully bent upon carrying
out one Democratic principle at least—that of RO
TATION IN OFFICE. He is cashieringhis renegade
sycophants with a vengeance ! The N. Y. True
" A private letter from a gentleman at Washing
ton, possessing every means of knowing what he
conununicates, informs ue that " several foreign ap
pointments will soon be made vacant. Cal. Todd
is expected to return from Russia; Jenifer from
Austria, and Harrow fronk Portugal. The latter
mission has been tendered to General Tyson, of
Philadelphia, one of the original friends of Gen.
Harrison, and a man of great talents, but was de
clined. He is among the very few sincere and dis
interested friends President Tyler has left. The
mission to Portugal has since been offered to and
accepted by a gentleman in North Carolina. Mr.
Wise is spoken of for the Austrian mission, and
Mr. Spencer for that of Russia. Several other di-
plomatic charges are in anticipation. Mr. Everett
will be recalled in a few weeks, but who will be
sent to London or Paris, has not yet been settled.
Mr. Spencer will not remain in his present post
one month after Congress assembles, and will leave
no friends behind him. Porter's rejection will cre
ate an additional vacancy in the Cabinet."
The Harrisburg Intelligencer of the 19th instant
says :—" The Governor has finally signed the bill
"providing for the ordinary expenses of Govern
ment, and for other purposes." The bill makes
provision for the expenses of Government; sus
pends the abolishment of the office of the Secreta
ry of the Land Office until the 10th of May 1844;
provides for the payment of pensions, and military
expenses; makes appropriations to Colleges, Acad
emies, &c. and for common school purposes: Also,
appropriations to the House of Refuge, and the In
stitutions for the instruction of the blind, deaf and
dumb; the State Library; for the payment of in
terest on the fourth of May issues, and the certifi
cates of domestic creditors; for the completion of
the Geological survey; the pay of Canal and rail
road officers, &c., &C.
ELECTION IN BALTIMORE
Great and Unexpected Victory.
The election of Mayor and Common Council
took place in Baltimore on Monday, (16th inst.) and
resulted in the complete TRIUMPH of the Whig
ticket. The mnjority for Liw, the Whig candi
date for Mayor was 348 ! being a gain of 235 since
the election for members of Assembly on the 4th
inst. The number of votes polled was 24,928,
being the largest ever cast in the city, that for Presi
dent in 1840 being 24,621 !! Th' Whigs also
carried a majority in the first Branch of the City
Council, which they have not done before for many
The Atnerican says,—" From what Baltimore
has done at the two elections in the present month,
The little Whig says,—" Put Baltimore down as
a permanent Whig city, and good for 7 to 900 ma
jority forIIENRY CLAY in 18441"
From the Zanesville Republican.
"isms us a Whig Song."—[Zanesville Aurora.]
A 17PUZG gONG.
BY 7. GRINIZR.
Tuna—Old Dan Tucker.
The moon was shining silver bright,
The stare with glory crowned the night,
High on a limb that "same old coon"
Was singing to himself this tune:
Chorus—Get out the way, you're all unlucky;
Clear the track for old Kentucky :
Now in a sad predicament
The Lokies are for President,
They have six horses in the pasture,
And don't know which can run the faster :
Get out of the way, &c,
The wagon hone from Pennsylvania,
The Dutchmen think he's beet of any ;
But ho must drag in heavy stages,
His federal notions and low wages:
Got out of the way, &c.
They proudly bring upon the course,
An old and broken down war horse;
They shout and sing "0 rumpsy dummy
Col. Johnson killed Tecurnsey !"
Get out of the way, &c.
And here is Case, though not a dunce,
Will run both sides of the track at once ;
To win the race will all things copy,
Bo sometimes pig and sometimes puppy
Get out of the way, &c.
The fiery southern horse Calhoun,
Who hates a Fox and fears a Coon,
To toe the scratch will not be able,
For Matty keeps him in the stable :
Get out of tho way, &c.
But here is Matty, never idle, '
A tricky horse that slips his bridle;
In forty-four we'll show him soon,
The little Fox can't fool the Coon;
Get out of the way, &c.
The balky horse they call John Tyler,
We'll head him soon or burst his boiler;
His cursed" grippe" has seized us all,
Which Doctor Clay will cure next fall:
Get out of the way, &c.
The people's favorite, HENRY CLAY.
Is now the " fashion" of the day,
And let the track be dry or mucky.
We'll strike our pile on Old Kentucl v :
Oct out the way, he's swift and cky,
Clear the track fur Old Kettle
The Savannah Republican mentions th_ „eath of
Colonel John Miller, member of Congress elect, for
The Locofocw have elected their delegate, Mr.
Dodge,for Congress, in lowa Territory, and such a
crowing was never heard. Mr. Dodge may talk, but
John Mattocks, Whig, has been elected Gov
ernor of Vermont by the Legislature, and Horace
Eaton, Lieutenant Governor.
I'ULL ELECTION RETURNS.
We aro enabled to give the names of the ve
nous persons elected for Congress, State Senate and
Assembly, which we think will be found correct.
Members of Congress.
1. Edward Joy Morris, 3. John T. Smith,
2. Joseph R. Ingersoll, 4. Charles J. Ingersoll,
6. Michael H. Jenks, 5. Jacob S. Yost,
7. Abraham R. M'llvain, 9. John Ritter,
S. Jeremiah Brown, 10. Ricled Brodhead, jr.
13. Henry Frick, 11. Benj. A. Bidlak,
14. Alexander Ramsey, 12. Almon H. Read,
15. Henry N., (vol.) 16. James Black,
17. James Irvin, 19. Henry D. Foster,
18. Andrew Stewart, 21. Wm. Wilkins,
20. John Dickey, 22. Samuel Hays,
23. Charles M. Reed,
24• Joseph Bufllington.
Henry S. Spackman, Edward A. Penniman,
William A. Cmbb, •John Foulkrod,
•Josoph F. Quay, •James Enuo, jr.
George Mullin, Joseph Bailey,
Walter Craig, •John B. Sterigere,
•Chas. C. Sullivan, •Henry Chapman,
George Damie, •Samuel Fegoley,
William Stewart, Benjamin Champney,
John W. Farrelly, Levi Kline,
•Elijah Babbitt, •Adam Ebaugh,
Henry C. Eyer,
•Francis W. Hughs,
Jesse C. Horton,
Wm. R. Gorges,
Jas. X. M'Lanahan,
Charles A. Black,
Wm. P. Wilcox,
•Dan. L. Sherwood.
Those marked thus (•) elected this year.
John Anderegg, Alex. Brackenridge, William Stur
geon, James A Gibson,
Jacob Hill (voL loco.)
Thos. Nicholson! Solomon Bennet.
John Elliott, Irad Wilson.
William Bishop,• John Mctzgar.•
John Holleigar, Alfred J. Herman, Henry W.
CENTRE AND CLEARFIELD.
James Macmanus, Lewis W. Smith.
lease C. Dickey,• Robert Parke; Joseph
J. R. Kerr,* W. P. Shattucks.
David Heck, Francis Eckles.
Benjamin Jordan,. Solomon Shintllo.
IL Jones Brooke.
James D. Dunlap; David Gould.*
John Morgan, James C. Cummings.
Thomas Carson; Jasper E. Brady!
Jonathan M'Williams,• Brim Blair.•
JEFFERSON, CLARION AND VENANGO.
James R. Snowden, Jesse G. Clark.
Abraham 13err Smith," Lewis Urban," Charles
Carpenter," Benj. Herr,• Abraham Kauffman!
LEHIGH AND CARBON.
Reuben Strauss,• John Fatzinger.
Chester Butler,• William Merrifield.
LYCOMING, CLINTON AND POTTER.
John Cook,• George F. Boal.
David Sankey,• William Porter.
Charles Kugler, Henry Botts, Jesse Weber.
NORTHAMPTON AND MONROE.
Rudolphus Smith, George Bachman, Hugh B.
E. Y. Bright.
George W. Toland,• Benj. M. Ifinehtnan,. C. B.
Trego,• Thornam G. Conner,.
Win. E. Whitman.'
Thos. Tustin, Jos. Deal, Wm. F. Ireland, R. G.
Limning, David Farrell, Win. H. Cole
man, A. L. Roumfort, John Smith.
Jacob Hammer,• Christian M. Straub.
SUSQUEHANNA AND WYOMING,
Lewis Brush, John V. Smith.
John Hall," John Adams..
WARREN, M'KEAN AND ELK.
J. Y. James.
WAYNE AND PIKE.
Joseph Russell, Ebonezar Moore, Killian
S. N. Daily, Wm. S. Picking, Stephen M'Kinley.
Those marked thus (•) arc Wings.
Gale at St. Thomas.
By the brig Sally Anne, I'attison, arrived at this
port yesterday from St. Thomas, whence she sailed
on the 29th September, we learn that a heavy squall
was experienced there on the 29th, commencing at
5 o'clock A. M. and lasting till 4 P. M., the wind
prevailing altogether from the South, which caused
a heavy sea in the harbor. The wind was very se
vere, accompanied by heavy rains. Two St, Croix
packets and a small sloop were driven on shore—
one was loaded with flour, butter, lard and sperm
candles: they wero from 25 to 30 tons each.—
Considerable damage was done in the town from
heavy rains and wash from the hills. In some of
the stores there was not less than 2 to 23 feet wa
Pass him Round !—Last fall a fellow call
ing himself "Dr. P vac ELL" located himself in thiS
Borough, hung up his "shingle," and, of course,
advertised in the papers of the town and by hand
bills. He professed to cure the bites of Mad-Dogs,
Snakes, &c., with almost all the other ills " that
flesh is heir to." He got into our debt to the a
mount of some $lO, and this Spring decamped
without paying us. We see that he has located
himself at Huntingdon, in this state, and Brother
ensinsn will be lucky if he receives pay for the
advertisement we see in the Journal of Wednesday
last. He's an arrant old scamp, that Dr. Purcell.
Pass him round.—York Republican of Ws June.
cij'lly way of putting the public on their guard
against the rogueries of this old scoundrel, wo pass
the above around, and add that he owes us some 8
or 10 dollars by Judgment, which, ho says, he "don't
regard snore than a pinch of snuff," and at the
same time brags of having plenty of money in his
pockets. He deserves a "puff."
The company will meet this
evening at half past 7 o'clock,
at the court house, where punc
tual attendance is requested
of each member, as there will
be business transacted which
will interest all.
By order of the
Oct. 25, 1843
Estato of SAMUEL UTLEY,
Lute of Snyder township, deceased.
IT_ BITERS of administration on the said
estate have been granted to the under
signed. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims against it will pre
sent them properly authenticated for settle
ment without d elay, to
DAVID BUYER. Adm'r,
Oct. 25, 1843.-6 t West tp,
Uac2ao2 - .1 , Z)°,23
GERAMN RENOVATING PILLS
Are exactly adapted to the reign of John Tyler. If
the conduct of this remarkable man has disappoint
ed and embarrassed the country, thereby subjecting
the inhabitants to intense mental excitement and
undue labor and exposure, which entail disease and
curtail the means of liquidating the expense of com
batting it, certainly an antidote for the circumstances
is gratifying. Such an antidote the Renovating
Pills undoubtedly are. Numbers of respectable
members of our own community have testified this
front their own experience. These testimonials
have swollen M oo great an extent that it is imp°.
Bible or inexpedient to introduce them into a paper
designed for general purposes. The public must,
therefore, be henceforth respectfully referred to the
agents below for evidence of the utility of the medi
cine. Used, evidence, when examined, be unsat
isfactory, no urchase is expected.
All the ‘' eases in which these Pills are appro
priate aro named in the notice front the fear of
the impul on of extravagance. They are of un
doubted tried efficacy in Liver diseases and all
Bilious affections, being the only vegetable com
pound whose useful action is nearly similar to that
of calomel. Also—Cholera Morbus, Dyspepsia,
Rheumatism, Breaking out on the skin, Fevers,
Ague, Colds, Coughs, Inflammatory diseases, and
particularly those affections originating from a bad
state of the blood, which are numerous.
The alllicMd are recommended to try this medi
cine, whose success is becoming unparalleled.
Alex. Knox & Son, Newry.
W. & B. Leas, Shirleysburg,
Dennis O'Conner, Three Springs.
Blair & Madden, Madden's Mill.
Hunter• & Wigton, Rockhill Furnace.
Thomas E. Orhison & Co., Orbisonia
Brice X. Blair, Shade Gap.
Oct, 18, 1843.
C:;) Eit3 a
Between Birmingham and Waterstreet, on Satur
day the 14th inst., by a passenger in the Bellefonte
stage, a Ludy'B gold curb guard chain. The tinder,
on leaving it with Mr. Lowry, of Waterstreet, or the
editor of the Journal, %A be liberally rewarded.
aTTORXIEP .1T .L.lll'
BANN TIOTE LIST
Rates of Discount in Philadelphia.
Banks in Philadelphia.
Bank of North America -
Bank of the Northern Liberties
Bank of Penn . le.wnship -
Commercial Bank of Penn'a.
Farmers' & Mechanics' bank -
Western bark - -
Moyamensing bank - - -
Manufacture rs' and Mechanics' bank
Bank of Pennsylvania - - -
Girard bank - - - -
Bank of the United States
Bank of Chester co. Westchester
Bank of Delaware co. Chester
Bank of Germantown Germantown
Bank of Montg'ry co. Norristown
Doylestown bank Doylestown
Easton Bank Easton
Farmers' bk ni Bucks co. Bristol
Honesdale bank Honesdale
Farmers' bk of Lane. Lancaster
Lancaster hank Lancaster
Lancaster county bank Lancaster
Bank of Pittsburg Pittsburg
Merch'ts' & Maned. bk. Pittsburg 1
Exchange bank Pittsburg 1
Do. do. branch of Hollidaysburg 1
Col'a bk & bridge co. Columbia
Franklin bank Washington 1
Monongahela bk of B. Brownsville li
Farmers' bk of Reading Reading
Lebanon bank Lebanon 21
Bank of Northumberl'd Northumberland pat
Bank of Middletown Middletown l
Carlisle bank Carlisle 1
Erie bank Erie 5
Bank of Chambersburg Chambersburg 1
Bank of Gettysburg Gettysburg 2i
York bank York 2*
Harrisburg bank Harrisburg 2*
Miners' bk of Pottsville Pottsville 2
Bank of Susquehanna co. Montrose 45
Farmers' & Drovers' bk Waynesborough 3*
Bank of Lewistown Lewistown 23
Wyoming bank Wilkesbarre
Northampton bank Allentown no sale
!Jerks county batik Reading 75
West Branch bark Williamsport 30
Towanda hank Towanda 88
Rates of Relief Notes.
Northern Liberties, Delaware County, Far
mers' Bank of Bucks, Germantown par
AU others 2i
Philadelphia, Oct. 20.
WHEAT FLOUR, per bbl. - - - $4 371
RYE MEAL, do. - - - - 300
CORN do. do.
WHEAT, 'mime Penna. per bush. - - 93
RYE do. - - - 57
CORN, yellow, do. - - - 47
do. white, do. - - - 45
OATS, do. - - - 25
WHISKEY, in bls.
Baltimore, Oct. 20.
pere bush. - - -.- 70
do. - - - - 48
WHISKEY, in bbls,
Pittsburgh, Oct. 19.
$3 50a3 62!
62 a 70
FLOUR, per bbl. - -
WHEAT, per bush. - - - -
OATS, do. - - - 18 a2O
CORN, do. - - - 37 a4O
WHISKEY, per gal.
Rye, and Whiskey not reported.
Estate of Margaret Mehafry,
Latest the Borough of Huntingdon, deed.
OTICE is hereby given that letters of
444 administration upon the said estate
have been granted to the undersigned. All
pet sons having claims or demands against
the same are requested to make them known
without delay, and all persons indebted to
make immediate pay meat to
JACOB MILLER, Adm'r.
Huntingdon, Oct. 18, 1843. 6t
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Estate of Henry Ne,ll; dec'el
ALL persons indebted to the estate of
Henry Neff, late of the boroug of Alexandria,
deed, are hereby notified to pay their re
spective accounts to the undersigned or eith
er of them on or before the lot of November
next. All accounts then unpaid will be pla
ced into the hands of the proper emcee and
collected as seepdily as possibel.
Sept. 20, 1843. --td Executors.
Eslair or Matthew Gilleland,
Late of West township, Huntingdon
Toronct, is hereby given, that letters
41 testamentary upon the said estate have
been granted to the undersigned. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
make 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.
ir.I.ANK BONDS—Judgment and com
sale at this
L. 1.11) FOR
V4/iILL 1w exposed to sale On ht iday the
10th day of Ni.vember next, on the
premises, that wa known plantation or tract
of limestone laud, late the property of Nich
olas Giaflius, deed., situate on Shavers
Creek, in Wt st township, II untingdon coun
ty, itcljoining lands of the widow Ambrose,
Hiram Williamson, Adam Lightner, the
heirs of It(,bcrt dec'd., Christopher
Ir wine, and Jacob & George Borst, and riut
bm.ks of Shavers Creek, containing about
CE3 , E1.0: 0 03a
one hundred and sixty of which are cleared
and in a good state of cultivation. Ott the
premises there ate two log
- - 1). 1 '
one of which is three stories high, the other
a tenant house, a story and a halt high,. a
double barn and a large
several never tailing springs' of water,
of which is convenient to the dwelling house.
There is also a small stream of water runs
throut,li the tract. The greater part of the
uncleared land on the tract is well timbered.
This tract is about three and a half miles
Terms will be reasonable, or made so as
to suit teasers on the day of sale.
To be solcr - tis, the property of the said
Nicholas Graf us,by
Ii llt AM "%I -1 ,4L0 A MSON,
Administrators tic. '2.t
non with the will annexed.
Oct. 11, 1843.—t5.
ALL persons interested ni the estate of
Henry Shenelelt, a Lunatic, late of
Woodberry township, Huntingdon county,
will ulso notice that Jacob Shenefelt has this
day (3d October,) filed in the Prothonotary's
Office his account as committee of said Lu
natic, which will be allowed by the Cdiart
on the second Monday of November next,
unless cause be shown why it should not be
JAMES STEEL, Pro'ty,
October 11, 1843. —pd.
ESTATE OF THOMAS SMITH,
Late of Huntingdon borough, dec'd.
Notice is hereby given that letters of ad
ministration upon the said estate have been
granted to the undersigned. MI persons
having claims or demands against the same
are requested to make them known without
delay, and all persons indebted to make im
mediate payment to
JOSEPH STEWART, .//dm'i•..
Huntingdon, Oct. 4,1843.-6 t.
Orphans' Court .ibtice.
T an Orphans' Court held at Hunting-
Ala don, on the 2d Monday of August last
past, a Rule v., ,s granted on the heirs and
legal m presentatives of William Carter, for
merly of Huntingdon county, and lately of
on dec'd., •
o'n tne 2d Monday or Drovemnberlinet; court
accept or refuse the real estateof next,
at the valuation thereof. said deed
JOHN SHAVER, Sh'ff.
October 4,1843.-4 t,
Xotice to Persons Interested.
Ily virtue of a writ of Partition and valua
tion issued out of the Orphans' Court of Hun
tingdon county, and to me directed, I will on
Thursday the 26th day of October next, by
a Jury of Inquisition convened on the prem
ises, proceed to make partition or valuation
of the real estate of Jacob Hagey, Jr. dec'cL
situate in Tell township, in said county, ad
joining lands of Wm. Clayton, John Briggs
and others, when and where all persons in
terested may attend if they think proper.
JOHN SHAVER, Sh'ff.
October 4,1843-4 t.
JAMES S. SMITH'S
Wholesale Clock Establishment,
No. 82, NORTII THIRD ST. PHIL'A.,
lvt. HERE is to be found the largest as
sortmeot of clocks in the United
States, among which arc Forrestville, Hills
Gonarich & Co., 4tkins, Porter & Co.,
Ives' Brewsters, and other eight day brass
clocks. C. Jerome's, Bristol manufacturing
company, .11kins, Pot ter & C e., Hilys,
Goodrich & Co., Ferrestville, fL W elton's,
and other thirty hour brass clocks, Board
man & Write's, Hopkins and 41fred's, IL C.
Smith's and other wood clocks.
Sole agent for Crane's celebrated year and
month clocks, as well as several of the above
//so, church and hall clocks.
Watchmakers, Merchants and others, will
find it to their interest to cat!,
king Glasses manufactured.
Plulad,,lphiu. July 28, 1843.-3 m.
List of Letters
TF)EMAINING in the Post Office at Hun
tingdon, Pa., October Ist 1843, if not
called for previous to the Ist of January next
they will be sent to the General Post Office
as dead letters.
Ash Jesse Elder Lateers James
Anderson Miss Mary Livingston John
Bell Watson Capt niter Pierre
Covent Jacob McCord James
Croxton Alex. McDivit Miss Jane
Crowbrr J,dah Moore John
Dopp Jacob Jr McCoy Vincent
Davis I' Miss Mary Philips Lucrisda
Dodson John Esq. De Baux Powell 2
Deffenbacher A L Reed James country
' Fee John Reigard
Green F S Shen,brough Casper
Gross William Skelly A Muhaiel
Ilamelton Hays Smith Hader
Hammond Philip Steil Thomas
Hight George Thompson JohnjWal-
Hendvrson Mathias tp.
Johnston John Thomas 1) Barton
Kilcr George Taytor Jun nail cutter
DAVID SNARE, P. M
October 4, 1843
of an improved
:ortn, for sale at this office.
.81,0 BLANK PETITIONS FOR
1 1_11LANK BONDS to Constables for Stay
of Execution, outlet. the new law, just
printod, Rod fur sale, at this office.