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Tin Eil S UREIC S &IL E
In Huntingdon County.
WHEREAS,Ifiby street Of the pews,
Assembly el the Commonwealth of lenn- 1
sylvania, entitled "An act to amend an
act directing the mode of selling unseated
lands for taxes and oilier purposes." pag•
sed 13th March, 1815, and the other acts
upon that subject, the Treasurers of the
several counties within this Common
wealth are directed to commence on the
2nd Monday in June in the year 1816;
and at the expiration of every two years
thereafter, and adjourn from day to day
if it be necessary au to do, and make pub
lic sale of the whole or any part of such
tracts of unseated land, situate in the
wiper county, as will pay the arrearagcs
of the taxes which shall then have remain
ed due anti unpaid fur tie spice of one
year before, together with all costs ne
essarily accruing by reason 'ol.such de
inquency, Btc. - CJOSE PH I.A W, Treas.
rer of the county of Huntingdon, do
• herefore hereby give notice that upon
'the following tracts of unseated land, sit
uate as herein described, the several
sums stated are ' , the arrearages of the
taxes, respectively, due and unpaid fur
one year : and that, in pursuance of the
direction of the aforesaid act of &sem-
Lily, I shall, on Monday the Bth day of
June next. at the ( ourt House in the bor-
OUgh of Huntingdon, cominPnce the
rusrac smith .
of the whole or any part of such tracts of
unseated lands, upon which 'all or any
art of the taxes herein specified shall
lifn be due, and continue such sale by
adjournmer.t until all the tracts upon
wi.ich the taxes shall remain due and un
paid, be sold.
Treasurer of 1 uotingdon county.
Feb. 15, 1846, .
~ • • .
Amount of taxes and unpaid on the
/ullotri»g li-acis of unsealed lands, up
to and including the year, 1844.
IA cres pr. Warranteesor owners. Taxe a.
Allegheisy Tocan§liii. :. .
John Montgomery • 8 30
Washington Ha 1 32
00 John Blailt l, 32
00 George flawiehOlder . :33
00 James Blackford . Is 2
00 Daniel Black 1 32
00 Jeremiah Black . 68
08 Richard Noleman I 33
"83 Peter Harris 1 29
50 Aaron Harris ; 15
08 153 Samuel Black 1 33
384 72 Christopher Black i 26
00 19 Robert Black 132
405 154 William Black 1 32
490 Andrew Herrin 1 32
400 William Herrin 1 32
439 34 Mai tha Hannum 144
042 - i 57 John Douglass 139
443 64 Isaac Webb 145
3 62 58 Timothy Bell 119
674 57 Valentine Bell 121
1392 28 William Bell 130
346 50 David Bell 113
1 558 87 Arthur Bell 118
359 90 Abraham Bell 58
299 75 James Coffey 48
400 90 Gill Robbins 98
401 53 John Long 98
4ot 66 Jamesbinith 98
433 163 Patrick Bush 69
433 153 James Lamb 1 05
433 153 Esther Moore 1 05
433153 Sarah MeEwt n 1 05
an 153 Elizabeth Hamelton 1 05
433 153 James McCracken 1 05
153 153 Alexander Spear 1 05
433 153 Othrreal Spear ; 9a
433 153 Thomas Hamilton 1 05
433 153 Richard Miller 1 05
433 153 Jesse Stroud 1 QS
433 153 Jesse Black 1 05
433 153 Moses Rowland 1 00
03 153 Jesse Kelly 105
433 163 Patrick Stroud,l 05
433 163 PatriCk Ilorelan IOS
433 163 Patrick Wolf lOs
433 163 Patrick Peters 36
413 163 Martin Black 36
433 163 .. Martin IA oil 36
. Barres. Township.
4Ob Adam Buchanan 3 44
400 George Hill. 9 18
400 Thom. Ralston 9.18
400 David Ralston Jr. . 5 44
400 F.phraim Jones 9 18
400 David Ralston 544
400 George Hers 8 04
399 13 John Spender .• 5 42
23 William Robb : 36
400 John Russel, 544
400' John Ralston 5 44
1 Lot Mary Hall , :' 14
302 George Irwin 6 40
400 James Fulton 4 08
158. George Betts 2 47
300 Ja'cob Widerisall 4 93
120 Henry Johnston 1 96
400 Samuel MArsh all 5 44
400 . Robert Caldwell 9 18
400 Matthew Simpson 5 44
400 Joseph McCune 4 . 96
400 John Galbraith 5 44
400 John George ' 4 96
400 William Steel
... . 7 54
144°0°0 Robert Crazor 4 80
400 William Wills 4 t.O
400 Genrge Engles 4 80
403 W. M. Riddle 546
413 Hillary Biker 4 40
wm Boyd 3 44
Trotter .5 19
393 George Randle 5 36
398 Henry Steever 479
100 -Batton 32
460 Robert Simpson 814
70 George Green , 23
100 Joseph McCune 3 30
400 - McDowell 5 28
DOGlin 7'own , hip.
.40 73 Joseph Grubb
; 1 5 Joseph Grubb •
Al 6 88
100 Henry Matthias
Cass TV Innsh;p.
400 78 Samuel Ilartsock 64
402 112 Hugh Moprilou 64
370 67 Mosey Belt 59
378 76 John Nash " 99
388 64 Edward Nash 61
400 106 Hance Mocrisou 64
Prank town 7osOnslisp.
403 63 James 195
117 118 BilacMoore 75
416.12 Alex. Dysart 0 11
454 14 Williart; Nesbitt 609
400 Michael Wallace 760
333 D. West 3 SO
358 Daniel West fd 53
281 David West
,zerral West 2 81
4gness N , Vst 8 89
Sl2 Kam West
282 Aaron Welt
,thlrew W.st 4 22
300 Tobias West
2T9 lonathan WeAt 3 68.
,ptp Jeremiah West . 409
300 James West 3 96
301 John West S 96
92 ,9.0 Jalro Cation 121
47 7t Mordecai Massey 08
153 67 L. Wake&lLl 92
400 43 Henry Ilill 64
426 24 Thon . ias Smith 69
282 IL Jacob Keith 45
Lot No. /32 --- Fi,her 8 18
3 do. Silas Ake -
378 37 Benjamin Calm 399
331 81 Adam Foulke
43 30 Andrew — Belt 57
40 Charles Kt 117 70
• • Hopewell Townsh;p.
s9f 70 Matthias !Vest 66
AL Wallace'* heirs 8 00
L. B. Dorsey
Jacob NOT .;
76 107 Samuel Fisher 1 46
,• William Smith 22 49
ley Township ;
433 15a• Henry ]li n e tld
41 I 80 . peter Wetls 113
440 30 Jacob Glum& 294
420 50 . Richard •Petvileton 312
489 135 Aglie:;s6arOper 70
I'. Lockart • 2 8
. _ 2.50
:367 87+ Samuel Jarvis 190
233 83 William SsvC.ry 114
240 120 lienjarniit 13141W11 79'
433 104 thorge -Hughes 245
481 141 Johil Taylor 41
442 87 Alex. Hamilton 2 50
413 80 Thi)s. EdMi . slan 2 33 ,
418 165 Edward Tiyler 300
410 44 Jacob Easier 46
400 George Albortia
S3l 70 George Fo'reoythe 245
Salim — el H. Bell
232 115 Richard Calhoun 4S
232 115 Ruh a nun h Calhoun - TO
Sprinpfi , Id Township
Thomis Cromwell 3 4I
'llium is Cromwell 1 89
rimnas Cromw!ll 2 21
383 84 Edward Nash 160
401 41 John Ring 108
131 Aaron Staines 143
415 140 Jiatin Pay well.
29 ee ter Cornelius I 4
431 60 thbriel Bell 141
426 15 Stephen Drury 138
100 Cieurg e .Denr.ll .11 20
365 91 FredeOck Bell 1 59
asq John Given 1 17
Oeorge Green .35
420 112 Nathan CSrd
270 Jacob Make
Abraham Wright IPS
396 Abrahmil ti'ree'u
448 , Isaac Green ' 1 I'2
di 9 ' Thomas Green 133
335' ;John Green 1 47
100 i 0-1 Georae Green . it
366 John evens 1 02
419 Tho►nas Wreen, Sr. 1 11 ,
Zachari4ll C4iney 113
344 31 Jolla Caldwell —. .66
400 Itolirt Aili Sud, Esq 1 66
236 133 S,:ttnuel ‘lerrilith 259
233 59 Augustiis Hortincli 176
William Harrison 213
390 26 John Philips 865
311 57 George Buchanan 301
447 145 Robert fro in . 2 44
171 Nathan.La•vering 122
100 Jonathan Pew 1 53
JosetityprOvn 2 01
'lihn &fr.. tur lqeutl' 65
jtihn hivle (or Mood)
353 63 David Lapsly 9,
310 10 Margaret Johns 130
889 80 - Joseph Hylends- 5' 67
97 156 - 'William Galbraith 54
497 134 George Eddy
520 . 80. Jahn ' Sinter `•• 172
439 80 William Sheafr 1 513
333 40 Philip Wagner 107
438 Benjamin Rush 1 60
527 Philip Stein 1 56
438 58 Johailian Jones 143
483 58 Owen Jones 143
371 152 Ttiornas Denton 1 20
458 §tenhen Nlowans 1.59
432: Richard Mowans 141
418 William Mowatis i 33-
S C L - 36 Nlotvdtis
394 Ir t aac. Mowano 1 27
'399 Thomas Siuvr itia 1 146
!948 Frances Mewling 198
!.40£ - , Frances &lowans Jr. 32
Sarah Ilartsock 1 09
Sarah liartiock I 03
Jacob Barrack 1 Og
400 Maly Barrack 1 02
400 Peter Ilartsuck 1 02
400 fiaac llartbock 1 0:2
Samuel Morripca 1 02
ilartsodc / 02
CS Robert Chambers 1 10
4O James Chambers 102
406 ' Safnuel Chambers IOS
23,3" Neal Clark 77
300 John Ihmning 79
50 K. C ees heirs 14
400 isbin Chambers 1 02
406 iminc 'Huston
475 John hrisser
196 - ;Andrew Sil l lS
207 ,Juhri 'Sills
40() John Freed
40p Mary erred
•lletiy-thpubers •1 '0.3
431 Sally :Clktrzters • 109
369 . Nailer Cha gibers . 93
400 Sarah Barrick
409 Prancy Davig 11 03
300 Meholm , Cruin 76
203 George,fiubluu;ll ;51
oho ti ustoi I' o2
Richard Cleric 30
400 152 Rnbert Murray 352
444 815 Wlllimo Dysart 365
392 5 James Cray 94
445 48 John Carson 107
333 T 3 Frederick Reps '79
280 James Armstrong 486
300 '; Irshn Tayler
i chard Pltiwthan 91
.60 Sarah ' • 10
, iOO It John liollinitsheati 114
402 13 , 2 John Vou Dyke 132
257 Dors6 Belt fpart) 20
314 Christian Snyder "27
300 • Margaret Jones 25
Jacob Snyder • 17
111 134 Samuel Cornelius 84
485 100 Arthilr Pea '69
421 130 Archibald Pea 67
585 44 John Bell 61
403 65 Thomas Bell 84
426 43 Robert Mooro 68
309 154 Mara Bell 65
400 7CI Frederick 801 01
400. 78 Abraham Sell 64
400 7a Abraham Morrison 64
398 "' Margaret Sells 63
181 7'B Robert Fea 29
414 57 Fe&
383 116 William Fei
420, i'r George Fr&
34 R Ithod
155 ..,- Rebecca .ledge, 24
140 Renecca Smith
4SO 14 Junii•Van Deke 53
41'6 ' , Johit Boylei 142
435 83 Peter *batik 72
426 15 81411 en Drury 138
481 60 I:lAbriei Bell 141
Ind' Toten - 7hiii. r
3# ni,bpct wyton 4 9.1
Isp John borilinti , 300
id w iltiatn Heed,. .16
1 5 a
2.88 71 J. Keith • • • B'6B
476 11l 11910 , 1 Ctiopei , ) 456
384 . 11 illi3nt Heckman S Z)
19.3 Si John Hall I'l7
81 1.2 Jtadnia Lewis 77
William tVallitse 4.92
Ann 64 ch 3 96
422 39 Iluhh Laurifdi 3,.65
412 73 Rudolph Lauri& 357
409 151 Barney Kerr 2 69
403 03 John Smith 2 64
400 128 Samuel Nl3raliall 7 92
249 82 Thomas Kerr 80
257 20 Thomas Sutton 75
288 92 „. George Stout 72
254 • Robert Stewart 75
356 William Stout 1 46
419 47 Daniel Stroup
100 IVilliaim Muntgumen 96
205 JOlth Shunetelt 1 31
Iteal Estate it Pubti6 Sale.
The undersigned, Executor of the last
will and testament of Jacob Houck, dec'd.,
by authority of the Will, will offer at pub •
lic sale or putcyy on Thursditr• the 19th of
'March next, Upon the preMises, all that
certain tract oil parcel of .land, situate, ly
ing ancl betty; ju.the township of,:Cud, in the
cbttaty of Huntingdon, cciniainhig
more or lea's. patented by the Coils m • on
wealth of Penn a., adjoining Imola of Sam
uel M'Lain, dec!cl., and Joseph Martin, on
which Johhsey Houck now resides. There
i s on ;he ptenpses-a good .
'and BARN; also, a good bearing Apple
Orchard, four springs of good water; there
are one. humbled ac.ne%. cif laud cleared,
twenty five of which is first-rate meadote,
and nlioat one hundred more can be made
in one body
THE TERMS of the sale will be one
third of the purchase money in hand, and
the balance in two equal annual instalments,
by bonds, with approt , e4l security. The
sale to commence at 10 o'clock of said day.
-Feb. 11, 1846. Eaten tor .
- ATionszy AT LAW. --Het removtd to
Huntingdon, with theintention of making it•
thi place' of tux future residence, and will
attend •tosucli legal susi neon as nisy be en.:
nutted ta hirn Dec.,26 184:1.
Tiig subscriber will offer at public gale
at the Court !rouge in the borough ut Hun
tingdon, on W etl slay a the April court,
being the 15th day of April next.—
A Debt and certificate thereof, of the
Huntingdon, Cambria and Indiana turn ,
pike Road Company, , due to Christian
Garber, dec'd, amounting to Seven thou
sand, One hundred and Nineteen Dollars
and Eighty-five cents, pith interest there
on from the 1 I ilt of January 1841. About
one., hail of the interest has been paid
yearly tqiulin.S. Iskt, IJsfl., Sequestra
tor of said Roa'd (Sic.
ALSO—A debt due by said company
to Garber & Dorris, amounting to Nine
teen hundred and Nioety•seven dollars
and thirty-four cents, with interest there
on from the 10th. day of January 1841,
Which . interest has been paid in part, as
There are several houses and lots ul
ground in the Hurimgh of - Hollidaysburg,
and several lots of ground in Frank stow n,
helOging to the estate of Christian Gar.
her, deq'd, which will be sold at priYa!e
sale, as soon as a liberal idler is made for
them. :Ike lots: in Frankstosin front on
the turnpike road sin Main street, and ex
tend across the canal, they adjoin ,ench
other and lay principally on the 'Sold'
and V ast of the lock, - and.are the only
convenient, lots •in that town where
wharves totthi be built on the
1 :0 2
1 .G 2
W I LIA A M DORRIg.
f.er.ol Garbei., d2c'd
nuittlngdon,-Feb. 11,, 1,846,
IN purstiaiicelt:f.an' order ct the Orphan's
Court, will be exposed to public sale oh the
premises, on 'Thursday the sth day of
March next,'l,ll that ouT LOT in M. ad
j•iniug the town of Warriorsmark, in Hun
tingdon county, adjoining, lots WilliaM
Smith and 'rhos. Wallace, and that sold by
the niniertigned Executor to Gen. W: Russ,
on the east, an alley on the South; and'a lot
of Jacob Buck on the North and • East:con
taining two acres and a quarter of ground.
TERMS OF SALE.—One half of tile pur
chase money to be paid on the confirmntion
of sale, and the residue in one year thereaf
ter with iatere,t, to be secured by the bond
and mortgage of the purchaser.
BENJ. F. I' VI - FON, Executor
Feb. 11. of Wtn. Shipley dyed.
LEA"! K, MOROCCO AND
FINDING STORE. .•
Nu. 29, North 2nd strict, Ilarrisbwg.
THE subscriber respectfully inbuilt. the
citizens of, Huntingdon and neighboring
counties, that he still continues to carry on
the above business in all its branches, all. of
the best quality, and as law as can bought
anywhet e, for Cash.
His stock consists partly of Sole Leathet,
Upper Leather, Call Skins, water proof
Kip, Harness Bridle,&c. &c.
Men's Morocco, llomen's
Straights, Kid, Nothings,
• Linings, &c. &c.
Shoe-thread, whofe , sale or retail, spnrables,
glass-paper, boot-cord, bristles, hoot web,
cork soles, lacers, awl blades, knives, ham
mers, awl hafts, brushes, clts. slick bones,
files, rasps, instep leather, breaks and keys,
jiggers, shoulder irons, shoe keys, seam
sets, strip •wls, welt keys, French wheelS,
heel slickers, ski, k wheels, callis, shodl
(Ter sticks, long sticks, measure straps, nip
pers, pince7s; ptinches, peg floats, gorges,
Pattent peg hafts, size sticks, tacks, &c.
otkc., and everything else in his line of husi
nes;, . Call and Ace bal e'huvtnc elsetvheee,
WM. L. PEIFF,II.
Of lab:able Rea? Estate.
WILL be sold at public sale as the.prop
city tdAtgirc w R .boson; tlec'd,on thrpretn•
iies, resprctivt,ly, • •
- • •
On Friday tha %CA day of Marc!! ne:J,
!hose two vAlwAhr, adjoining farms situate
to 'l"yioile and i'Varriorsmark townships,
now.in thci oczepancy of John Isett, lying
and.being on the little Juniata river. l'He
farsii in Warrierstwark has three dwelling
houses thereon .trectisi and a stone loam.
Th, land is good limestone, about 20b acres,
and about 100 acres clwhich is cleared. and
in a gond state of cuiteation, )!ling a good
apple orchard thereon. The balance is well
timbered with whit.. -oak; cheiaiat and'pine.
The farm in Tyrone tOtvilljlii) contains
400 hundred acres, and Has a iiwellinchsLMe
and stable th .reon. (Jo both these farms
there is sufficient water power l r turning
any kind of machinery, and iron ore being
abundant on the forms it affords very eligi
ble sites for iron works or mills on both sides
of the strzsm.
4 S 6
TERMS—One third of the purchase mo
tley to be paid in hand and the balance in
two equal annual payments, with interest to
be secured by the bonds and mortgage of
' ' .
The above two farms are separated by the
little Juniata river, the mansion tract being
Warriorsmai k and will be sold sep irate
ly or t,,.gether, n, mar suit purchasers.
• JACOB VNN MIES ' Fxecutoi •
Mill. "Register" and “Standaid" please
insert ts. and charge advertisers.
~i.J ~~Yr~., ~'o
To the heirs and legat rrpre,entatives of
John Hoover, lute of ilustOn township,
Take notice that by virtue of a writ
of partition or valuation in nay hands is
sued- out of-the Orphans' Court of Hun
tingdott countv., I will proceed, on
Friday Cie 6th day of Marcie ucxt,
. 0,1 of Inquest, Cuilvelitoti oil the prom.
i.etr, to Snake potation or valuation of the
real estate of the said deceased, situate
in said township.
JOHN AItINiTAGE, Shit
She's Office, Huntingdon,
January 28, 1846.--6 t. 5
A. K. CORNVN,
ATTORN EY LA ingdon Pa.
01fi r in Main street, two doom East of
Mr. Adam Hall's Temperance House.
ITT()40:1•E sIT .L. 4 W.
Orphan's Couil Attie.
IN pursuance of an order of Orphans'
Court, will he exposed to_public isle dit the
premises on l hursday, the Sth day of March
next, all the interest and estate of William
Hunter, at the time of his de case in and to
,a certain •
Lot of Ground,
situate in the town of Warriorsmark, Hun
tingdon Co., frotiting seventy fe t on the
Main street in said town; and (filet/6140ne
hundred slid sixty-six feet ill 'depth town
alleyr adjoinino a 111 of Saing: Muthers
haugh on the West, and alt alley ho the
East, having thereon erected a frame house:
TERMS OF SALE.--One third of the
pin chase motley to be paid on the coefirma
don of sale, and the residue in two qual an
nual payments thereafter, with interest,
to be secured by the bonds rind mortgage of
the purchasers, , • BENJ. F. PAT'! ON,
Miter. of Wm. Hunter, decAl.
Felt. 11, 1846.
BY virtue of an order of the (frphan's
Court of Uuntingdon county; Will he expc
sed to public sale on the mansion trace, nn
Saturday the 14th day or March rex!,
the following described Real Estate', iitte
the estate . of George Buchanin late
of Hopewell township, deed, to wit
A tract of land situate in Hopewell town
ship aforesaid, containing about three hun
dred acres, be the same nose or less, adjoin
ing lands of Jas. Entrekin on the N. E.,
Mary Rayburn:l on the S. W., the Haystown
branch of the Juniata On the S. E., being
the Mansion tract of the said George Hu.'
chanan, deed, on which is erected a good
two story log house and a bank barn with
an Orchard of fine bearing fruit trees, and
about 200 acres cleared thereon, in a good
state of cultivation. besides a bruse and
barn on one end of the same, a tenant house
and a stone blacksmith shop. Also, One
ntlfer tract of land adjoining the above--
containing 260 acres, be the same more or.
less, lying on the Alligrippus ridge, in said
• ALSO, A tract of unseated land in Tod
township, adjoining ,lands of John Savage
and others, Containing 253 acres, be the
same Mere or r”ss:'
Terms of sale, bne half of the pumhase
money to be paid on confirmation of the
sale, and the residue in one year thereafter
:wjt►t interest, tobe secured by the hoLds
and mortgages of tine purchaser or pUrdia-
By the Cra:rt, JACOB MILLE% Cl'k.
T, P. CAMPBELL, Trustee.
ORPICANS' COURT SAILIa
. 11 , Wiffirspie lital 1 sfiale 'ln
virtue 4.1 6n 01 del iit the 01 phans'
Cu'r't of Huntingdon, capyty, will be ex
poseil_to sale on the prenu3ea by public
midue, ur outcry on . 4 . ..la . turilay th e Ttli
lay of ' f llarch.next, the I,4loiviu g valuabl e
real estate, late the estate uf7Daniet Yoder,
deceased; situate in the Kialiacroquillas
Valley, flenitersrin" township,.iluhting
dun county, •
. 4NSIO :V TRACT.
containing 173 acres, more or less, of first
rate limestone land, adjoining Dr. John
Metz, Ma , tin Flemming, and whets, on
which are litt.. improvements; the greater
portion of which is cleared, and inn gond
state of cultivation : same b e i ng one
of the,best plantations in the above well
known valley. Also, 100 acres of moan.
lain - Intel adjoining the foregoing, James
Fife, and others, being unimproved, .but•
valuable On account of timber, dre. Also,
a lot of 11 acres more cr leas of good laud
a, joining the berme described tract.
Tho foregoing tracts of fat& ore Well
~orthy the attroCon of those desirous : of
purchasing valuable land . and all per
sons are requested to come and examine
the mends,. for themselves.
T:::;RMS OPSALE: —One third of
thp purchase money to Le paid on con
firmation of the sale—one third in one
Year thereafter with interest—and the re•
undoing third on the death of , Iffie widow ,
Nancy Yoder; paying to the said widow
yearly the Intere,t thereof during her
K.tural life; to be secured by the bonds
and mortgage,of the purchaser.
By order of the Court,
JiICOB MILLER. Clerk
Attentlance by • • '
'CHRISTIAN YODER,. •
DANIEL YODER, '
Feb. 4, 1346.
Orphan's Court &le
a, virtue of on order of the Or
phans' Coln I of Huntingdon county ;
will be expbbed tb public Sale on
Monday Ike 611, if April next,
at the house of JAMES M'MURTIIIE,
Inn-keener, in West township, EIGHT
TRACTS, of Unseated Land, late the
property of Jacob K. New, dec'd, situate
in said township, one Containing 400 fau n •
tired acres, surveyed on a warrant in the
name of Henry Canan: One containing
400 acres, surveyed on a warrant in the
name of David Stewart: One containing
400 acres, surveyed on a warrant in the
name of A. Johnston : One containing
400 acres, surveyed on a warrant in the
name of Hugh Johnston: One containing
400 acres, surveyed on a warrant in the
name of Henry West : One containing
400 acres, surveyed on a warrant in the
name of Thos: NlcCune : tine containing
420 acres, surveyed on a warrant in the
!mine of James Dean : and twee containing
400 acres, sutveyed on a warrant in the
name of John Adams.
TERMS ;-10.ne half of the purchase
money to be paid mi 'the confirmation of
the sales, respectively, and the residue
within ittie .year thereafter, with interest
to In 3.:peed. by the bond and mortgage
of the purchaser. He the Court,
JOHN REED. Clerk.
Attendance given by JOHN NEFF,
Jun. 21. 1845—ti. Executor.
4 USTICES',BIanks of all kinds, ferule
at this Offtte.
The undersigned, .11ilpuinled
b!,. , the Court eit CoLitoun of .11un
tingdult county, to distribute the money
in the hands of .the blti cid, arising horn
the side of the property of IVlIld "M: Mur
ray, will Wen!t fur that putitose at
Prothonotary's Office, in the borough of
.on Monday the 23,1 day 01
March neat at 1 o'clock, P. M., of which
all concerned will irniasT. take notice.
JOIIN CRP:S:SIIIS'LE, ...luditer.
Feb. 18. 1846.
w'rottee to the heirit or Denial
'IIIE heirs of said deed will take notice,
that the Orphans' Cuurt of Licht - 1400.
pounty, on the 16th -day of Jammu, 11. li.
1846, granted a Rule un the beirst and legal
representatives of the said.liavid Johns,
late of Shirley' township, in suicf county.
dec'd., to appear at the; 'next Orphans'
Court to he held at iluntinylon nit the act.-
nod Monday of April next, to show cause,
if ally they have, why the real estate a tiau
said dtiC'd. should not he ,old.
• JACOB MII I LER, Clerk. •
Fcb. 18, 1346.-6 t:
Lift lour Deeds.
TI- oSt Who hii've left deeds. , &c. with
the undersigned to be rccofded,. and who
have not since taken them up. ttre her( by
informed that these deeds with for a short
time, be left at the Regnytler's 'hflice. with
Jacob Miller, Esq., who is authorized to
deliver said deeds to their owners, nod to,
receive and receipt for the foes rind taxes
due thereon; and alsoito receive and receipt
for,any fee's that may be due to_nic for
vices rendered as 'Register, Recorder, or
Clerk of the Orplrao a' ; Court; .
JOHN REED, late Registu. Etc:
Huntingdon, Feb. 18?1846.-3t , pd. '
mint; C. .
THE subscriber would hereby inform
the public, that he it.y purchz.:Ad the fol
lowing property, bola at convable 'a sole,
Frb 11, 1890, an, the property ,of Lim
Daughenbaugh, vit : One h:at x mare; one
sorrel mars; two setts of horn,. gears; one
waggon, one red eta; two red beitersowo
ploughs; ite harts...n; one. cutting box;
clock:and three sheep.
The undersigned han lel; the ithove
cies in the possession of said John ITaughen
baugh. until he sees proper to Take the,};
away, and would theretore caution all pets
sons from meddling with the some.
Jol - 11 , 1 R. ( ;();;Np.„L.
Clay township. Feb. 18, 1844.—Lt.,
Ettatcp . !ROBERT Ev.? . lrts of Tor.
LETTERS of Aclmi,*,trio:nn on,the skid
estate, have been granted to the ti tidersign
ed. All persons indebted to said e,tate are
requested to make immediate payment,
and those having,elainualguinut it will pre
sent them pr o perly authenticattti ii ra, L
tlemcntu.itkipu; dpkty to • •- . • ,
WM. EDIVAII DS, Adm'r.
Veb :11; 1845,--6.
Estate of SARAH BEYER. late of Anits
Huntingdon countN, dec'd.
LETTERS of AdMinist on the said
estate have been . Ka anted' to the undersign
ed. All persons iudetited to said estate at:
vet - ward to make linmetli4te ..wwment.
and Chose having elatens agamSt it will prCy
sent them, properly 'authenticated for settlo
meat, without delay. to
•A.IIZON BEY ER, Adm'r:
Feb. 11; 1845.=.Gt. pd: •
ANT) R11:41. .
PREMIUM HAT 'STORE,
nEkITRANO ROSS, ,
No. 120 Chesi not St.; s:.uth side. 4
dm:Fs below Fourth st.o.
Respectfully inftains the citizen'
Of Huntingdon Cignity, that hr
It , s refitted antl,•opened Ally above
Kr.--- establishment, where le is pre
. pared ax all times, to furnish Beg
v er, Nutria and Moleskin Hats, equal to any
Manutuetured in this country. Also, a su
perior qindit y of Caps, It t,fficerl of the
Army and Diary, together with press, Iti,-
ding and Sporting* Caps.: a new, and splen
did style of Child rens! acid Boys,' Caps, with
a great variety If Rich Fancy Furs for La
dies. . .
- received; pei• - Sleans Ship Greif -
Western, the approved style of I.ADLEW
RIDING lIATS.I also, a beautifui assort.:
meat or ChiWrens' Prria; Caps.
I am determined that my hats, in point of
, gitalitt , , shall not be surPassett
b y onse taw other Establishment in any
Citt in the Union.
Dec. 24, 1843.
Steam Wurnhag Shop
THE subscribers having entered into co.
.the Firm of John and
W. R. Baker, in cat eying nn the Steam Ttir
iiing Shop and Lath Mill in - Alexandria.
would respectfully inform their friends and
the public generally, that they are now pre•
pared to do all manner of turning itf wont!.
also, lynd slialts from 10 to . 70b lbs. Cabinet
Makers can be supplied with all klticla Of
tinning. Chairmaxers by sending their
mute, us con Ire supplied with Chair 13 etforns.
Backs, and Rungs. Coach and Wagolunt kers
by sending their patterns cal, be supplied
with Hubs. and-fellows, of any Oa, unit
thickness and , whhtever wood they choose-j
-plawering lath furnished at the hilOrtt't ne
dee, and all at the lowest tharket pi ices.
P:rsons at a distance wishing to furnish
their own stuff, can have it hauled away
and delivered without extra chara,
A'exandria,Jaii. 28, 11346-tf.
turned to Huntingdon county, has re•eorn
menced the practice of LAW in the Boreugli
of Huntingdon, where he will carefully at.
tend to all basitwas entrusted to his care.--
He will be found atoll times by those who
may call upon MM., at his office with 16:441
Either. •Esq., adjoinion the store of Thou.
Read & Son, near the Diamond.
Huntitigthi, April .30, lE4s,