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THE HUNTINGDON JOURNAL,
"One country, one constitution, one deetiny.'
WednehdAy, u.t 1845.
p;jThe RIGHT RHVERZNII DR. POTTEG, Dish.
op of the Protestant Episcopal Church in this Dio
cese, will, with divine permission, visit this town on
Thursday, the _3d inst.
Divine Service will he celebrated in the new
Episcopal Church, commer ring in the morning at
11, and in the afternoon at 3i o'clock. The citi
tons of the borough and vicinity aro respectfully
invited to attend.
g7"r• No part of our article in reply to the Regis
ter. in our last paper, eras intended, as supposed by
sent,, to apply to Joan 81101111 Ea Luc Esq. We
regret that such an impression got out.
rHE NE I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
in thin place has been furnished with a splehilid
new chandelier end ground gloat, lamps, which
were lighted for the fret time on last Sabbath even
ing, and emitted a soft and beautiful light. They
correspond admirably with the magnificent edifice,
which is truly an ornament to our town.
lons of Temperance.
By a reverence to Cur advertising columns it
will be seen that Standing Stone Division of this
honorable and charitable order will be out in pro
cession, clothed in their regalia, on Friday next.
They expect to be joined by their brethren of Hol
lidaysburg, Waynesburg and Lewistown, to whom
they have extended an invitation to participate in
tho exercises of the day. A grand display may be
expected in the procession. and a rich intellectual
treat by thongs TAT Lon, Eeq., who has been se
lected to prepare and deliver an address on the sub
ject of the order of Sons of Temperance.
It is expected there will be a general attendance
on the part of the citizens of our town and vicinity.
It was rumored here, on Friday, that a span of
the new Aqueduct at :shavers Ford, had given
way, which, if true, would of course have inter
rupted navigation for some time. The report, how
ever, was false; and we are assured that the new
aqueduct is much stronger than the one that wan
destroyed by fire ever was.
The whole line of the canal from Harrisburg to
Hollidaysburg is now in excellent naviaable order.
We suggest to the County Committee the pro•
priety of making an apportionment for delegates
to future • hig Conventiona. by which Allegheny,
Antes, Frankstown and Blair, with their 33 Whig ,
votes, be allowed but one delegate j .intly; and
Geo.. L. .n. D..8-A-Cr D4.llriti, 00 mom 4....d••w
than Ye hig votee—O!
• also recommend Cromwell to their serious
CrThe Itoo N tugs in Bullidayaburg—the only
two faithful among the fatalism; found, deserve the
highest raced of praise. Their virtue is of the
sternest kind, uninfluenced by the paltry consider
ation of dollar, and canto. Town lots and court
houses do net swerve them from their duty to
theineelves and their country. 11 we can find them
out they ehall certainly have our cordial support for
the highest offices in the gift of the people of the
county at the first opportunity. High honors
await thefive in Allegheny—the seven in Antes—
the eight in Frankstown—and the eleven in Blair.
May their shadows never grow shorter! But Gays
Alexautier GWIII, Esq.
This personage has been elected member of the
House of Representative. from this county; and,
we doubt not that his party, having a majority in
that body, will, if they are acquainted with his
character for ability and political Mono, elevate
him to the Speaker's chair, for they have few men
like him in the State.
Jahn Reea, Esq.
This gentleman, who has been an able and
faithful officer for nine years, will leave the odice
of Register, Recorder and Clerk of the Orphans'
Court with the favorable opinion. and good wishes
of all who know him. We do not exaggerate his
qualities when we say the county will never have
A better (dicer. lLseuceesser,Jxcaa Mixxxs, we
are pleased to say, is a gentleman of excellent char
acter, good judgment, and the best penman in the
The vote of that county, for this office, may
strike our friends abroad' an singular, and as re
quiring explanation. In the first place, Capt.
KARNS was brought into the Bei,' at too late a day
—many higa having supposed attire would bend
Whig nomination, made up their min.js to voto
for Capt. Morton. Home desired no notnirOtion,
and objected to the manner of the nomination, n'
to the nominee. James Burns received many '
votes at the -upper end ' because he had "election
eered" and voted for Blair county last winter, and
because they thought that in o three handed reel he
would come out firat brat any how; and they wish
ed to use him again. And only two thirds of the
votes were out. In this county it hes not been a
teat vote. The tricks of Locofocoisin triumphed
this fall, as they did when that party aseutned the
name of the Workingmen'. Party" in 1841, and
as then, they succeeded by the help of kA him/.
Will not every Whig at once prepare to retrieve
the dwiwter! For our own part, our sword W nen.
sr thrown down—though deeply chagrined, we are
determined to do battle again in the good cause.
l'he glorious Whig banner bears the inspiring war
cry 'Tied? ON! cleaT ZVER!!" and such is the
A, she is—as she has been—and us she will be.
The official returns, in another part of this pa
per, ehoae how the election has terminated. Burns
has a majority of 254 over Kansa, and 252 votes
loss than Marna and Morton united, for Canal
Commissioner. Gtvin has a majority of 98 over
Bitsvrrress, and H. L. Patterson 245 over A.
Patterson for Assembly. STISF.L has a majorty
over (hams!. of 162, and is therefore re-elected
Prothonotary. For Register and Recorder, Miner's
majority over RE. is 363. LAW IS elected
Treasuror over Long by 239 majority. For Com
missioner, BRILL's majority over Nylon
ALLACE has 4 over Patton for Coroner. And
for Auditor McCrea had 200 over Beaver.
The Whole number of vbies polled falls short of
4500. Last year the vote nut Oil• Governstr was
6652, and that for President 6661. This clearly
shows that. including the naturnal increase of vo
ters, there must have been front 2000 to 2500 who
did not vote on the 14th inst.
Independent of this, the late election delni not
show the restive strength of parties in this county.
Three Locofocos and five Whigs have been elected.
The Locofoco Assembly ticket has been elected by
an alliance formed between the two parties in Alle
gheny, Antes. Prankstawn, Blair, Hollidaysburg
and Uaysport, on the question of making Holliday:,
bora a county town. Before another election
those recreant Vs higs will discover that they have
been mistaken in one of their :nen, and will no
doubt be ready to return to their first love. And
our heighbot, Jacob Miller, has been elected to the
office of Register and Recorder through a laudable
sympathy for an unfortunate honest man,--a syrti.
rothy which ths Whigs, unlike their opponents,
always auffer to smother party predileEtions. He
is elected by big votes, without being placed un
dor any obligations to the political but-throats of a
township where his opponent did not even receive
the votes of the delegates who voted for his nomi
nation in the fionvention, whose treacherous con
duct Mr. Miller no doubt dispises.
11 e hove full assurance from all the middle and
lower townships, that if it had heel: thought that
any portion of our ticket was in danger a full turn '
out would have been effected, and triumph secured;
and we have also the assurance that the . big
strength of former years is not diminished, and that
the result of the late election has aroused the pririy
from its apathy, end from its dreams of security;
and that in future elections the stone ardor will be
enkindled in Whig bosoms, which has time and
again led to victory.
Cassiun M. Clay, has made ti long appeal
to the citizens of Kentucky, in which he discusses
at large the position be occupied, as Editor of the
True American, and the events which attended the
overthrow of that establishment. The right of
speech is dwelt upon with power and fervid elo
quence, and the appeal closes as follows:
"The free communication of thoughts and opin
ions in one of the invaluable right. of man, and
every citizen may freely write, speak or print, on
any subject, being renponnible for the abuse of that
•ruon I Gun upon ‘'s illiam Owsley, Gov
ernor of Kentucky. to protect me in the re-estab
llshment of the liberty of the press. This is a case
of domestic violence. If he had not power enough
here in Kentucky. I demand of him, in the name of
the spirit of the 4th article of the Constitution. to
call upon James K. Polk, President of the United
State., to assist with all the power of the National
arm, in vindicating the violated laws and broken
constitution. The liberty of the press is my in
heritance. It is mine. by the common law of the
land: Congress hes no power to take it away, but
to make it secure. I implore the American people
to vindicate their birthright arid mine. to fhe
National government I owe allegiance, and in turn
I claim of it protection: I demand of the Congress
of the United States to pass suitable laws by which
the rebels of the Bth', if they attempt to redeem
their pledge, and renew their violence, may be
brought to summary punishMent. so that I he pro
tected in the liberty of speech arid of the press.
Yes, Americans. if you are not slaves, this thing
will have to be done. It is your cease not mine.
Justice demands it—the Constitution demands it—
, your own safety demands it—virtue and humanity
I demand it, then in the name of God and Liberty let
it he done.
In the meantime, I stand here on my native hind
for which my kindred have bled in every Geld of
honorable achievement—one amidst a thousand—
undismayed by the dangers and death, which like
the plague with mysterious and impassable terrors
by day and night, hang over me and mine—trust
ing that my position may arouse in the bosoms of
Americans an honorable shame and a magnani
mous remorse—that they may rise up in the om
nipotency of the ballot cast by fifteen millions of
freemen. and peaceably overthrow the slave despo
tiem of this nation—and avoid the damning infamy
which awaits them for all t ime in the judgement of
the civilized world, if they leave me here to die!
To the liberty my country and of mankind,
then, I dedicate myself and those whom I hold yet
more dear—and for the purity of my motives, and
the patriotism of my life—the past and the future—
I "appeal to Kentucky and to the world. '
C. M. CLAY.
Lexington, Ky., Sept. 25,1845.
The Blind Restored to Bight.
Ma. CLARIL-Sin Ire d in your paper of the
Ist inst., a noijce of a successful operation for the
cure of Cataract, by Professor Gilbert, of Pennsyl
vania Medical Colle g e. None can appreciate bet
ter than myself the blessiris conferred by science in
the restoration of sight, having been blind from
that disease for the period of two years. The op
eration was pedaled, in My case, by Dr. Benj.
J. Derry. of this (Centre) county. and has been a , -
tended with full success. I can read print of any
size with facility, and write as well as before. I
was afflicted with the loss of vision. You tnay
subsorve the Mee of humanity by publisbini tine
note. Yours respectiully,
Beilevville, Mt. 17, 1145.
Below will be found the returns of the Election
throughout the State as far as they have reached
us, up to the hour of going to press.
ADAMS has elected the entire Whig ticket by
an average majority of 550.
ALLEGHENY—The whole Whig and Anti
underlie ticket elected.
ARMSTRONG—We have a report that the
whole hig ticket ha. carried.
BEDFORD—The entire Locofoco ticket hi
BUCKS has gone for the Lecofecos by a con
BEAVER—Report says this county is divided
between the two parties.
BUTLER is said to have gone for the Locos.
CAMBRIA has re-elected Michael Dart Magee•
ban—nothing said about the county offices.
CHESTER—The whole Whig ticket elected
CENTRE—The whole Locefocci ticket elected.
CUMBERLAND—The Lorin have carried
their whole ticket.
DAUPHIN—The Whigs have elected ono
mertiber (Kunkle.) and the Locos one (Keller.)
The Whig connty ticket elected.
DELAWARE—Abbht 200 majority for the
ERIE—The Whig ticket elected.
FRANKLIN has elected the whole Whig ticket
by abotit 300 majority.
FAYETTE has gone for the Locos by about
INDIANA—The Whig ticket carried by about
JUNIATA has elected the whole Locofoco
LEHIGH Rises the Locos 300 majority.
LEBANON—The whole Whig ticket elected.
LANCASTER—The whole Whig ticket car=
MIFFLIN—The whole Locofoco ticket elected.
MONTGOMERY is tepoited 1760 majority
NORTHUM ERLAlO)=—The regular Loeo.
hie° ticket elected.
PERRY—Owen. LOcofoco volunteer, elected
to the House of Reproaentatives, and Miller, Whig,
PHILADELPHIA—City: The Whigs have
carried their whale ticket. Couniy: The Lem
have a majority ealicieni to overbalance thit city,
which of course gives them the Row" oflicee.
SCHUYLKILL-800 Loco majority,
SOMERSET—V , hig by about 10011,
UNION—The whole hig ticket elected.
WASHINGTON--Gone for the Locofocos.
WESTMORELAND—Ditto by 1500,
YORK—NA hole Lorofoco ticke! elected except
Treasurer, McCurdy, Locofoco volunteer having
Whig Senatora eleeled.-2 in Lancaster and
Lebanon; 1 in Union, Juniata and Mifflin; I in
Cheater and Delaware; 1 in Erie; 1 in Dauphin
and Northumberland ; and 1 in Philadelphia city
-Locopto Senators elected —1 in PhlPA:panty t
1 in Weatmoreland and Somerset; I in Wtshiog
A STAit ntDEEMED•
Georgia Right n.ide i p
VV hig Governor--; %A* hkg ouse
of Representatives and a k 1 hig
Majority on Joint Ballot.
An extra from the Id illedgeville Recorder brings
the gratifying intelligence of the triumph of the
Whigs in Georgia, Which last year wentror Polk
and Dallas. by the re-election of Govern* Craw
ford, the ' \ hig candidate. and of a majerity on
Joint Ballot, and the election of a Whilg U. S .
Senator. The extra under date of thuisiley nigh t
before last, after giving the returns. saver
Sufficient returns have been received is render
it certain that Gov, CRAWFORD lota been riSelected
by a considerable majority ; probably from . thou
sand to fifteen' hundred. The Legislature n joint
ballot likeeilise, fins been secured to the Wigs, be
yond doubt. The Whigs have the Representative
I branch, and Governor: the only doubt at present
, is in regard to the Senate':
Vermont ! a Whig Governor !
The Legislature of Vermont met on the 6th inst.,
J. Barret, Whig was chosen President pro. tern. of
the Senate, having 22 votes, to 6 for L. H. Vilaa,
Locofoco. In the House. E. N. Briggs was chosen
Speaker by 105 votes against 65 for tianiel Keeling.
the late locofoco candidate for Governor, and 16
scattering. F. F. Merrill. Whig. was elected Clerk.
In the afternoon, Vt :Ilium Slade, Whig, was cho
sen Governor. In Convention, by 132 votes, to 75
for Daniel Kellog, and 14 for W. R. Shelter. The
1% big candidates for Lieu. Governor and Treas- 1
suer received 136 each.
The news from Ohio is cheering to Wfiig hearts.
CO" The RIGHT Rs, BISHOP POTTER IS expect
ed to officiate in the new Church in this place, to-
morrow, in the morning and afternoon, as will be
/nen by a notice in another port of this paper. He
possesses a high reputation as o preacher.
cO• See Sheriff Sales on last page. Aleo some
on the 3d page, which were handed in at a late hour.
The Trial List, Lists of Jurors, Proclamation., and
Register e Notices for the November Court will be
found in to-day's Journal.
MATH FA • ,•% • are
t.' lea'. that 110.. s A. , E.,q...i.
itor 01 the Call! 0
this life on the Gib nr.tarrr, Ore, an ills .a
o f tw o weeks, in the 26th year age.
tie was a voting man 111 itim I char
acter, exemplary conduct and pleating
RAILROAD IRON - N.mtotlr Iron
Company, at have commenced
m king railroad iruu. 1 hey are making
EV MENIAL RECORD,
Here the girls and here the widow
Always cast their earliest glance,
And, with amileless face, consider
If they. too, wn't stand a chance
To make some clever fellow noun LE
In bliss, and often too—en trouble."
On Thursday the 9th instant, by the Rev. Mr.
Gwin, Mr. HIRAM GREENLAND. of Camille,
to Mies SARAH CAMPBELL, of Bedford co.
On the 7th inst., by the Rev. Geo. W. Williard,
Mr. ABRAHAM SNARE, to Miss JANE Mc.
INGTIRE, both of Huntingdon county.
From DEATH no ago nor no condition nave,
As goes the freeman, lib departs the skim,
The chieftain's palace and the peasant ii tower,
Alike are ravished by his haughty power.
DIED—At the residence of her son, in this bor.
ough, on Monday evening, the 13th inst., Mra.
REBECCA PATTON, aged 68 years.
On Ttiesday, the 28th Beptembei, in ILipewell
township, JAMBS ENTREKIN, Esq., in the
71st year of his age.
On the Bth inst., at his residence, in Cumberland
county, WILLIAM KER, Sen., aged 93 years. 9
nienths and IS days. He formerly resided in I tun.
tingdort, and for several years held the office of
Register and Recorder of this county.
DILDICA 110 A.
The dedication of the new Methodist Church in
Petersburg will take place en the 28th inst.; the
meeting will commence on Eldturday, the 25th, at
11 o'clock, A. M.
The Rev. James G. Sansom, of the Pittsburg
Conference, has consented to assist at the dedica
tion. Several other ministers are expected.
&oats of Tchaperonce.
A procession of this order, Standing Stone Di'
aion,lSl, , . 17, in full regalia, will take place in the
borough of Huntingdon, on Friday the 24th inst.
An address will be delivered on the occasion by
TAYLoit, E.g., setting forth the objects
and principles of the order. The Brethren of
Fidelity, Mattawan. and Lewistown Divisions
have been invited to be present on the occasion.
The Division will nieei at the Hall at 1 o clock,
and move in procession to the Methodist Church at
o'clock P. M.
EXERI;IsES IN THE CHURCH.
After the officers of the Divisions are seated, the
members will be seated on the right and left. The
following order will be observed:
Ist. Ode--A goodly thing it is to meet''—by
2nd. Prayer by Chaplain Crownovor.
3d. Ode--Pledge Brothers, pledge'--by the
4th. Address by P. W. P. George Taylor.
bth. Ode—" Purity, Friendship and Love"—by
Bth. Prayer. by Rev. W. T. Bunker.
7th. Dedication Ode, by the members.
Bth. Benediction, by Assistant Chaplain Haw-
After which the dudiehce will leave. The mein-
here of the order *ill remain in their seats; until the
crowd passes out of the church, the better to enable
them to re-form their pi OCCIAIOnj to good order,
and return to their Hall. Further *mini.ea will
take place at the church, commencing at seven
o'clock in the evening, when the members of the
Divisions will again return from the Hall to the
Church, in procebsion. Addressee wilt be delivered
by members of the order.
Wm. T. Bunker,
Adam H. Hall,
T. H. Cream.,
SLEEPER & FENNER
Umbrellas, Parasols dig Sun-Shades,
\ti. , .
South side, below Fourth, Ph ladelphia,
Invite the attention of Merchants and Manufactur
ers to their very extensive, elegant. now 'flock, pre-
pared with great care, and offered
AT THE LOWEST POBSI nLE CASH PRICES.
The principle ut which this concern is establish
ed, is to consult the mutual interest of their cus
tomers and themselves, by manufacturing a good
article, selling it at the Lowest Price for Cash, and
realizing their own remuneration, in the amount of
sales and quick returns.
PoSsessing inexhaustible facilities for manufac
ture, they are prepared to supply orders to any ex
tent. and respectfully solicit the patronage of Mer
chants, Manufacturers and Dealers.
ca/ors , Xotice.
LET I EltS festal', ti tar)
; panted to the undersigned on th'
to e 01 Jaines Entrekin, Esq.. late o
ilupe.ell township, ilec'il.; notice is here.
iv given to all persons having
tg,tinst said estere to present them prop
erly authenticated for settlement, and a l
1110,e indented to mike iinyinent
ately. J MME' EN I REKIN,Jr.
JAMES 'I EEL,
N. 8.... , :fhe biii ks, papers. &c. of sai
(teed. are all in the nand. 01
Ireton, Jr., as acting Exertitiir, and a
persons interesti.d, are requ s to cal
on hint to settle, at his resnience at Uul
ree ft .n, in Hiiiiewell township.
Oct. 22, 1845 —6t.
lisitate of Dr. Jacob M. Cover.
Ntl t lk E is hereby given to all per
,on. interested • that the itrideesig -
• d nay. , be .11 appithated as. !gores umiet
voluntaty assignment of Ja. ob M Co.
ver, Nleu chant. of Cassville, Iluntingiliin
c wiry, Pa. Therefore, all persons in
doors' to said Jacob M, Cover are re
q,ested to make payment, and all persons
having claims against him to present said
trims to the undersigned for settlemen
CALEB Sty DOPE,
Caseville, Oct. 22 1843
Otrkisltitnore Perim and U. S. Ga
zette, will please give the above tour in.
sertions and charge "Journal."
TrialListiOr.% • vember Jaw
(.. Garber's Ex'rs v tipering, Gond et at
Sharpe & Cirman v Joh.. St wart
Saniurl ktoyrr A Lim F trrinsworth
M.,t tir Gates v When MI/Ore.
John iM'Comb v C. A. Newinghara
Edward O'Hare v S. Royer et al
Wm. McNite v &hit. et al
A. D. Leonard v Lytl. &Patterson
Corn'th. Peni.syPa. v Alt x Ennis
J. P. M'Dowell v Dougherty (Innlr. )
E. Sh emaker v Alex..nder Gwtn
a. Rob, rt Kyle
Todd and Lemmon v G. W. Patterson
Andrew H. Hirst v Henj-min Johnston
.1 Int h P.11,1 , 11S R..Use'
isaacl2 ,, gcrs & Co
Thomaa no Dysart v Gen. S. Hoover
Jacob . 1 aymrs Adm's v John Lytle
I'. Frazier Smith 1, Pollock
Cont'th Penn'a v Johnstoo Wore
SEC OA D 14 ELK.
Ji h, & LITIt s W II:101111 J Cresswell's heirs
H. zc Crownover v
Julius McGuoigal v G. a Mong's F.x'rs
Alexander J. linston v Charles O'Fricl
Joh'. Dickey's ft dm's 'sr A. P. WI. s, it Esq.
Michdel C. Garber v John F Lowry
A. Johnston fur Royer v R. Lowry's Adm's
Joseph Parsons v Al, xand, r Scott
Jam , s Martins Adm's v J. D ugherty
G. o. 13 Muth. ws v 3, ,ho Marks
J.. 11 1, S Dysart v Hugh Seeds et al
C• H. Leas & Co. v Jacob Drake et al
lames Entrekin v G. Smith's Adm'r
Conetli Pend's 'y Wm. Price et al
Miller (L c , Ming) V D, Go , 411-Ilow
Lconar , Kin h.,1l v .1 tin M, Callan
. for use v Israel Graflius
Ludwics Item' ti Xir ius Lt. if
John D. Davis & 2, Dougherty (tr'sp)
Williams et al 2, John P. Jones
David Robt son ti NI , , ses Robeson
Ewing for G toe v James Ewing
J. Potts for use v J. G. Lightner et al
Same v S me
t'oro'th Penn'a v S. Friitnp.t.n et al
Kinuncrimg et al v L. wty, Royer et al
Jim P. Its fin use v Lightner, Cot. thri,
et al & Pennock' s Ex
ecutor's T. rtnatits.
LIST OF JURORS
William Armstrong, Farmer, West township.
Jocob humgarher, do. Cass
Humphrey Chilcote, do. Union
James E. Defebough, Silversmith Woodberry tp,
Samuel Ewing. Cordwainer West "
Robert Hamilton, Jr. Farmer Allegheny "
John Harper, Carpenter Barren "
David Hewitt, . Wagonmaker Blair "
Jonathan Hamilton, Farmer Antes "
Joaeph Jones, Gentleman Frankstown "
Milts Lewis, Merchant West
Abner Lloyd, Farmer Porter "
Adam McKee, do. Frankstown "
John Myerly, do. Union
Alex. McFarland, do. Allegheny "
James K. Phillabar Carpenter Henderson "
Isaac Peightal, Farmer Hopewell "
John Snyder, do. fell
Michael Starr, do. Cromwell "
Samuel. Smith, Grocer Blair
James thonmeon, J us. Peace Warriors:lA "
Robert Wray, Farmer Henderson "
TRAVERSE JURORS.--unsT W}ZK
Robert Alexander, Cordtviiiner Woodberry twp,
George Bell, Jr. Farmer Berme "
Joseph Basks, Mason Tod
George Bowman, Fanner Shirley "
Bell, Distiller Barren "
Thomas Bell, Carpenter de. "
Allen O. Brown, Merchant Shirley "
Peter Berke', Tanner Warriorstia"
Benjamin Baker, Carpenter Pod
DUOS Brooke, Farmer Blair
Hubert Barr, Miller Barren ri
Alex. Campbell, Manager Henderson "
arnuel Coon, Fanner Barren 46
dhow Ulymans, Constable Dublin
John Clark, Tailor Shirley 46
George Colegate, Blacksmith Cromwell "
John Ebberts, Farmer Franklin "
Alex. Frazier, do. Blair
James Forrest, do. Bence 46
John Funk, do. Allegheny "
Jae. Faulkender, do. Cromwell "
M. C. Garber, Gentleman Blair
Alicia I Grazier, Farmer Warrioramark "
Thomas Gorsuch, do. Springfield "
Jacob U. Huyet, do. Porter
John Hilenian, do. Franketotrn "
A. L. Holliday, Clerk, Blair
Solomon Hamer, Miller Snyder
Nicholas Hewit, Gentleman Blair u
Thomas Johnston, Innkeeper Frankstovvn "
Daniel Keech. Mason do. "
John W. Kling. Tailor Darren
George Kopp, Gunsmith Frankstown
Joseph Law, Farmer Morris "
James Livingaton, Innkeeper Barren "
John Livingston, Farmer do.
Jonas ,an Lisa, Sr, do. Tod
Benjamin C. Lytle, Tailor Snyder "
Allen MeGlathery, Farmer Antes
James McCraw, do. Barren
Wm. McMurtrie, Merchant Henderson "
John Maguire, do. Tyrone
James McElroy, Clerk Franklin "
William McDivit. Farmer West
Joshua McCord, Saddler Blair
John K. McCahan, Miller %' arriorsm'k
James A. McCalmn, Farmer Blair
Peter Myers Tailor Springfield "
John Por ter, Merchant Porter "
William Pheasant, Farmer Union "
Alex. Port, Constable Henderson a
Peter Shaver, Fat mor Shirley "
John Steever do. Cass
James Smith, Blacksmith Blair el
John G. Stewart. Foreman Porter
Wm. L. Snyder, Hatter Henderson
William Stevens, Plasterer W arrieram'k
bane Snyder, Farmer Tod
Jame. Wilson, do.
George Wilson, do.
TRAVERSE JUltOßS.—szcown max.
David Black, Carpenter Henderson twp,
William Bell, Farmer Allegheny
Daniel Brua, do. Frankstown
David Caldwell Tanner Blair
Joseph Cornelius, Farmer Cromwell "
John Ferrensworth, do. Snyder "
Hugh Fergus, do. Morris "
John Gemmill, Merchant Porter "
John Geisainger, Farmer Hopewell "
acob Heffner, do. do. "
George Hy le, do. Morris "
Anderson Haney, Founder rranklin "
Adam Haim, • ChabniakOr Wa1103:""‘"
G. W. Hampoon, Farmer Union "
Adams Houck. do. Tod, "
Joe. Hugentugler, Cordwa in er TtiODO "
Maize S. Harrison, Tinner Sh ley
Win. Hoffman, Carpenter Henderson "
Abraham Hegie, Farmer Tell
John trough, do. Allegheny 4,
Charlene E. Kinkead do. Morrie 4 ,
A. W. Kinney, Gentleman Woodberry r.
David Long, Farmer Springfield "
Robert Lytle, Sen. Merchant Blair "
James Logan, Blacksmith Tyrone "
John Nevling, Innkeeper Warriorgm'k 4 '
Isaac Port, Founder Hopewell "
John H. Stifiler, Farmer Allegheny "
William Smith,(of Hugh) Farmer Barree "
John M. Tuiniey, Farmer Morrie "
Daniel Ullery, Carpenter Blair, "
William Walker, do. Porter "
B. 11. Willet, Merchatil FrartirstorOn"
William 1 , ilium; Farmer • Tyrone "
Jesse Yocum do. Henderson "
VI illiam B. Zeigler, Tinter Hindirsiin a
lIEREAb U) precept to me direc
• V ted dated at Huntingdon, the 322 d
day of Aug. A. D. one thousand eight
hundred and forty•ftee, under the hands
and seals of the lion. Abraham S. Nil
son, President of the Coon of CoMmon
Pleas, Oyer and 'rename?, arid general
jail delivery of th.. 20th judicial district of
Pennsylvania, composed of the countieS
!of Huntingdon, Mifflin and E7oibn, and
the Hon. Joseph Adams anti Janice oWin,
his associates, Judges of the county of
Huntingdon,justices assigned, appointed,
to hear, try, and dire' mine all and every
indictments, and presentments, made Or'
taken for or concerning ali crimes, which
by the laws of the state are made capital
or felonies of death and tithe: offences,
crones and tni.deineatiors, which have
been or shall be committed or perpetrated
within said county, or all persons who ape
or shall It reafter be committed or be per
pe rated or crimes aforesaid-1 am coin
mantled In wake
ihrJughout my whole b..tliwick that a
Court of Over and Terminer, of Common
Pleas and Quarter Se,siona, will be held
nt the Court [loose, in the Borough of
Huntingdon, tin the second Monday (;t rd
lit. dot) ti N..venibe. next and (hose o 1 , 0
will prosecute the said prisoners, be then
and there to prosecute them .s it :hall he
just, and that all Justices of 11, P ear ,.,
Coroner and Constables within he trod
county, be theh and there in their proper
persons, at 10 Wel uk A. 14. of saint day,
with their records, inipiisitions, examina
tions mid rement'•rauces. to do those
things .. , i Inch to their offices respectively
ap t ,
Doted at H• ntingilon the 22d day of
August, in the year of our 1,0 , d rine
thousand eight hundred aril lorty.
five , and the 68th year of Am • icon
laden n enrr.
.'het/I''a qffle. hunt tuts' ?
don Aug. 22 1845, S
do. Tyrono ..
do. Casa 4.
ivHERE k S I.y precept to me direc
ted by the Judges of the Common
Pleas of the county of Huntingdon, bear
ing teat the 22,1 clay of Aug A. D. 1845,
am commanded to make Public Pro
clamation throughout my whole bailiwick
that a Court of Common Pleat; will be
held at the court hoUse, in the borough of
littutin'gdon, in the county of Huntinzdon,
on the third Monday (and 18 , h day) of
November A. 1). 1845. for the trial of all
situ, in Mid court which remain undeter
mined M lore the add Judge% when and
where all Jurota, Witnesges and PU11064
in the trial of all said issues are required
Dated at Huntingdon the 22d day of
April A. I). one thousand eifilit hun
d,.•d and forty•five, :Ind the 68th year of
Am rican Independence.
JOAN All‘lirM,E Siff
Sheiiff's office I-lull
don, Oc'. e 2, 1845,
Estate of Wm. Gibson, late of Wood,belty
NOTD E is hereby given that letters
of .ktiniinistration have been grant
ed to tl.e undersigned on the said estate.
All persons Indebted to said estate art ,
requested to make immediate paytnen::
and persons having claims will present
them duly authenticated for settlettieni.
- CHARLES Itirri.E.
Oct. 22, 1845. Adm mstrator.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
interested, that tho accounts of James
Hardner Trustee of Joseph Kemp, Esq.
& Jeremiah Cunningham, Esq., under
voluntary assignments, have been filed in
the dlice of the Prothonotary of the
Court of Common Pl. as of the county of
Huntingdon, and that said acrout o ill
be allowed by the said Court, at •I n . of
Common Pleas to be held at film, stun
in and for said county, on It,. s• • r-:nt
Monday of November tlext,
be shoot) why attin accounts bhuuld not be
JAMES STEEL, Prot 9 y.
H Ilidayourg Register" will pleaso
till Court and charge Assignee.
ATTORNEY AT LAW—Hun ' ingdon Pi,
Office to Main s , re. t, iw , de ors East rf
Mr. Adam Hall's Temperance House,
NEATLY EXP , CUT,...
A. K. CORINVIV.