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,My 15, 11, 9,2, is a river in the Eastern States.
•My 11, 12, 11, 4, is a country in Africa.
•My 7, 4, 12, 7, 11, is a country in Asia.
My 2,4, 7,2, 8, is a liver in tho United States.
jMy 15, 11, 4, 18, in a town in Asia.
'My 12, 13, 9,9, 11, is a city in Hindoostan.
My 13, 8, 15, 2,4, 15, is an Archipelago in the
f .My 9, 2,1, 2, 15, is a cluster of Islands in Ma.
1,4, 11, 14, is an Island of Europe.
' My 14, 2,8, 11, 9, is a town in Italy.
• My 9,6, IS, 9,2, is a city in 8. America.
My 14, 11, 9, 13, 9, 2, is a Lake in the IL S.
My 14, 13, 9,2, 4, is a town in S. States.
My 6,4, 7,2, 8, is a county in Kentucky.
My whole is tho name of a distinguished States•
Aly 2,3, 10, 7, is a metal.
My 9,6, 7,9, 10, is one of the United Stales.
My 4,3, 6,9, 1, is a town in Ohio.
kly 9,8, 3,2, 10, 6,7, is a large Island.
My 3, 10, 8, is a useful thing to all beings.
Ny 6,7, 3,2, in a country of Africa.
,My 7,3, 3,9, is a lake in British America.
.404 9,6, 7,1, 2, is a river in Europe.
My 7,3, 8,8, is a town in theEset part of Africa.
;Sty 9,8, 7,9, 1, is a Heathen country.
My whole is a town in the interior of Penn's.
Answers next week.
At Barree Forge, on the Little Juniata, on Thurs
day the 19th inst., DAVID GARLAND, Jr., after
a sickness of two weeks, aged about 20 years.
iAt the same place, on the 20th inet., DAVID
• 1141iLAND, Sen., and father of David Garland,
Jr. dec'd, aged atiout 54 years.
The latter was an old and respectable citizen of
Huntingdon county—welt known ae a man of
meat amiable character—a kind and affectionate
Father and husband—always ready and willing to
do a kind act. He was a Forgeman by trade and
a workman of no- ordinary character. His loss
loin be lamented by many, who knew his good quid
',arc In hie sphere of life there are few such men.
It may be ttulyeaid of him, that he was an "honest
mail," and the "noblest work of God.'
At Martha Furnace, Centro county, on the 18th
March, 1846, in the 60th year of his age, Major
The deceased, was the eon of the late Major
Matthew McConnell of the City of Philadelphia,
wino in hie life time was an officer in the Revolution
ary Army, he was for many years a member of the
, -Fan City Troop" in the Volunteer Cavalry of the
-.ity of Philadelphia; a Company that under the
0 command of its gallant officer Capt. Ross, tendered
Al s e.rvi , as. to the President of the United States at
■a.bme when that city woe unticipafing an attack
sr (ram the British Army during the last war with
thigland. The service. of the "Troop" were ac
cepted and they were stationed no a corps of Vi
dates, from "Mount Bull" (if any memory serves
me, a prominent point, on the line toward Baltimore)
teltheir city ; and rendered much valuable, and ar
damn service to their country. - in all of which the
deceased, performed a faithful, and active part.
After the war he resided a few years in Indiana
county, afterward in Cambria, where be was elected
a • Major of Militia. Subsequently lie removed to
this county ; and wherever known, he was always
esteemed for his sterling, and unbending integrity.
- tiln the winter of 1841-2 he became a member of
be Washington Temperance Society; and through
/all the remainder of his life, the saute integrity and
...consistency which had marked hie previous life,
I shone untarnished in the cause of Temperance; ho
had entered that army for life, and he wont down
td the tomb his armor still upon him. For the last
year ho has been a member of Standing Stone
Division of Sons of Temperance; and at the time
othis death was acting P. W. P. of the Order.-
111 every poeition he faithfully and devotedly per
feinted every duty incumbent upon him.
' , During the last season he went to Virginia, on
tha Banks of the Potomac,—there he contracted a
titer, which has apparently lingered in his system,
uNtil silenced by the chillness of Death. B.
Ori' Tuesday, the 10th inst., MORRISON,
r eon of John Morrison, Usti., aged 5 years 6 months
and la days.
On the morning of the 24th inst., ELEAZOR
1;10:17, in the 28th year of his age.
On Thursday meriting last in Walker township,
411.1.1AN1 STATES, aged about 66 years.
Orphans' Court Sale.
- BY virtue of an order of the Orphan.' Court of
Huntin g don county, will be exposed to public eels
en the mansion tract, on
• Friday the 10th of April next,
tlis following described Real Estate, late the estate
H of George Buchanan, Ecq., late of Hopewell town
, lip, dec'd, to wit :
A tract of land situate in Hopewell township
oresaid, containing about
Three Hundred Acres,
be the same more or lesa, adjoining lands of James
Entrekin on the N. E., Mary Raymond on the S. W.
the Raystawn branch of the Juniata on the S. E.,
being the mansion tract of the said George Buchan
an, dad, on which is erected a good two story log
hOuse and a bank barn with en Orchard of Eno
bearing fruit trees, end about 200 acres cleared
thereon, in a good state of cultivation, besides
house and barn on one end of the name, a tenant
ia.uso and a stone blacksmith shop. Also—One
MIT tract adjoining the above, containing 200
acres, be the cam mom or less, lying on the Alli.
grinpus ridge, in said township.
- A tract of unseated land in Ted town
ship, adjoining lands of John Savage and others,
containing 353 acres, bo the same more or less.
Terms of Sale—One half of the purchase man
ly to be paid on confirmation of the sale, and the
residue in one year thereatter with interest, to bo
secured by the bonds and mortgages of the purcha
spa. By the Court:
JACOB MILLER, Clerk.
T. P. CAMPBELL, Trustee.
March 18, 1846.
N. B. The above sale was postponed on account
of the high water, on the day first mentioned.
• .ITTORA Er .IT L./11,
Inv TINGDON, PA.,
'II attend with promptness and fidelity to ell
dlines. with which he may be entrusted in Hun
dun or the adjoining counties.
• is office is the one formerly occupied by James
t E,q.. nearly opposite Jackeon's Hold.
Trial List for .ffyril Term
C. Garber's Ex'rs vs. Spering. Good et al
Benjamin Clarke vs. Christian Shontz
Martin Gates vs. Robert Moore
A nclycw . P Wilson vs. Michael Buoy
Leslie's Assignees vs. A Plion St .1(4 Jones
William B Zeigler vs. Hiram Williamson
R. Williams & co. vs. John M'Coml)
L Bergstres?er'sAd. vs. L. Shoemaker
Com'th. of Penn's. vs. Alex. Ennis et al
Thomas Williams vs. Christian E Crane
Todil St Lemon vs. Geo. W Patterson
William M'Gary vs M'Nnmara & Royer
Curtins' Am's for use vs. J K & W Myton
Henry Neff's Adm's vs. John G Fleck
J. Dickey's Adtn's vs. Andrew P Wilson
William Stewart vs. John Wray Const.
A Johnston for Royer vs. R. Lowry 's Adms
William S. Morrison vs. C Hartman & wife
Jas. Mortis's Alms vs. J Dougerty (Ink.)
D Yingling for us.: vs. William Nelson
John M'Cahan vs. %V Dorris Gar'she
C H Leas & co vs. Jacob Drake et al
J Entrekin's Ex'rs vs. Geo Smith's Adms
Com'th of,Peun'a vs. Wm Price et al
John Miller for use vs. D Goodfellow's Ad
David Branstetter vs. Robison & Nowlin
Leonard Kimball vs. John M'Cahan
J Higgins & Co In use Vs. Israel Graft's
John F Lowry vs. M'Bride, Royer co
vs. Zariab Leff
Jll Davis for use vs. John Doughe rty
Williams for Williams vs. J P Jones
Joseph Rollin vs. Geo \V Patterson
Stophet• for use et al vs. Johnston & Hays
Henry K. Swoope vs. Gen \V Patterson
Potts for M'Nite & Leas vs Lightner, Car
others et al
F —jog for Gat J. Ew
wing for Gates vs James Ewing
Pod, for McNite & Co vs Lightner & Co.
Same vs. Same
Blair for Kiik vs. Exchange B ank
Com'th for Buchanan & wife vs. .I Weaver
Thomas Bradford vs. Daniel Africa Esq
Shirlevsburg horn. vs. Abraham Long
Alex & Mary M'Aninch vs. W P.Laughlin
Alex M'Aninch vs. Johff - Deviney
William Eden vs. David Woods
Wm Pollock for use vs. G Sipes (Garnishee
Com'th for Grimes vs. S Frampton et al
John M'Pherran vs. Higgins Dorsey et I
Kim turtling for Johnson vs. Lowry 'layered
Joseph Cornelius vs. J & D,N Carothers
Samuel Caldwell vs. Jos Higgins &co
Robert Moore vs. John Love
Carver & Lore vs. J Leonard's Adms
Huntingdon county vs. 'trn Potts
George Umbrella vs. Ludwig Kiester
Hewit as' nee of Hewit vs. J Brotherline
Miller Han d & Eagle vs. Walter Graham
William Glass vs. Dr W R Findley
List of Jurors for April
Samuel Anderson Fi,rmer Allegheny tp.
Peter 13arkett, Sr. do Tyrone
John BoWager do Cromwell
Nicholas liorbin Conlwainer Casa
William Dean Farmer Hopewell
Elijah Ferree Cooper Blair
David Fleck Farmer Ty rune
Samuel Goodman, Jr. do Henderson
Pettr Good, Sr. do Frankalown
John M. Leech Millwright Jackson
John Lowe Innkeeper Blair
Andrew Lowe Carpenter Allegheny
Jame. Moore Former West
Alex. McPherson do Antes
William McClelland Constable Jackson
Thomas Norris Farmer Hopewell
Solomon Rough Miller Porter
George W. Robbins Cordwainor Hollidaysburg
Abraham Reese Farmer Allegheny
Thomas Stewart do West
Samuel Sprankle do Porter
Henry Shaver Miller Shirley
Adam Shaffer Farmer Morris
John Wertz do Blair
TRAVERSE JURORS.—FIRST WEEK.
John Anderson Farmer Hopewell
John Addlemon r Warriorsmark
David S. Bell Merchant Jackson
Dennis Buoy Silversmith Henderson
Rich'd Cunningham Farmer Jackson
Josiah Cunningham r Barree
Joseph Corbin Carpenter Hollidaysburg
John Clark Farmer Morris
John Campbell Jackson
John Douglass rr Shirley
James Dysart Franklin
Samuel Dickson " Tyrone
Jacob Ebberly West
James Ewing Franklin
James Eddlebluto Morris
Alexander Frazier Blair
John Gruflius 'Pinner Warriorsmark
Michael Grazier Farmer Wan iorsmark
James Glasgow A titcs
David Henderson Franklin
Benjamin Hutchison Wurriorsmark
Joseph R. Hewit Merchant Woodbury
Joseph Hagerty Gentleman Allegheny
Ludwig Hoover Farmer Hopewell
Benjamin Leas Merchant Shirley
George Lolls Farmer Tyrone
Allen M'Cartney " Allegheny
David M'Killip Frankel won
Samuel M'Glathery " Antes
Samuel M'Kinstry Constable Shirley
Daniel Neff Farmer Porter
John K. Neff Miller - Woodberry
William Price Farmer Jackson
Aaron Shugart Clerk Snyder
Isaac Richardson Forgeman Franklin •
Nathan W. Rickets Constable Shirley
Joseph It 'd Cliairmaker Hollidaysburg
Joseph Reed Farmer West
John Swoop° Shirley
Andrew Smith Tod
Jacob Sharrar 44 Shirley
Peter Sorriek Woodbcrry
Abraham Shore rr Case
Joseph Shnannon Frankstown
Jacob Snow huger Huston
John G. Stewart Foremen Porter
George Wike Farmer Mutton
Samuel Young Antes
TRAVERSE JURORS.—SECOND WEEK.
Jacob Anspaugh Farmer Jackson
Randal Alexander do Shirley
Philip Bridenbaugh do Tyrone
Israel Bunagardner Blacksmith Walker
William D. Black Farmer Jackson
Benjamin E. Betts Saddler Hollidaysburg
Elijah Cadman Farmer Cass
Armstrong Crawford do Tyrone
Samuel Ewing Cordwaincr West
John Ferrensworth Farmer Snyder
Abraham Fleck do Tyrone
Jacob Frank do Hopewell
Samuel Gliast Carpenter Frankstown
Williuni Gooshorn P.riuer Tell
Walter Graham Innkeeper Morris
Collins Hamer do Porter
James Johnston do Walker
John F. Lowry Gentleman Hollidaysburg
Philip Met: Grocer Woodberry
James McCracken Farmer West
Thomas McCord do Jackson
Samuel Weed Farmer Hopewell
David Rupert do Henderson
John Starr do Springfield
George Sipea do Cromwell
Jacob Sorriek do \Voodbcrry
James Stewart do Jackson
John Snyder ' Grocot Henderson
Alexander Thompson Farmer Jackson
Jacob Winters do Woodbcr ry
Henry Weaver Carpenter Blair
WHEREAS by precept to me direc
ted dated at Huntingdon, the 24th
day of Jan. A. D. one thousand eight
hundred and forty-six, under the hands
and seals of the Hon. Abraham S.
son, President of the Court of Common
Pleas, Oyer and Terminer, and general
jail delivery of the 20th judicial district of
Pennsylvania, composed of the counties
of Huntingdon, Mifflin and Union, and
the Hon. Joseph Adams and James Gwin,
his associates, Judges of the county of
Huntingdon,justices assigned, appointed,
'to hear, tr y , and determine all and every
indictments, and presentments, made or
taken for or concerning all crimes, which
by the laws of the state are made capital
or felonies of death and other offences,
crimes and misdemeanors, which have
been or shall be committed or perpetrated
within said county, or all persons who are
or shall hereafter be committed or be per.
petrated for crimes aforesaid—l am corn
mended to make
throughout my whole bailiwick that a
Court of Over and Tertniner, of Common
Pleas and quarter Sessions, will be held
at the Court House, in the Borough of
Huntingdon, on the second Monday (and
15th day) of April next and those who
will prosecute the said prisoners, be then
and there to prosecute them as it shall be
just, and that all Justices of the Peace,
Coroner and Constables within the said
county, be then and there in their proper
persons, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day,
with their records, inquisitions, examina
tions and re nembranc i e li s e lallethose
thing.; which thei • 0 es re. pectively
Dated at ;Pint the 5-'4th day of
Jan. to Me ye f our Lord one
thouiand eight hundred and forty
sic , and the 69th year of American
JOHN ARMITAGE, Shr'ff.
Shelfr's Olice, Huntino•- I
don. Jon. 25, 1846 ° . S
WHEREAS by precept to me direc
ted by the Judges of the Common
Pleas of the county of Huntingdon, bear
ing test the 24th day of Jan. A. H. 1846,
I am commanded to make Public Pro
clamation throughout my whole bailiwick
that a court of Common Pleas will be
held at the court house, in the borough of
Huntingdon, in the county ot Huntingdon,
on the third Monday (and 20th day) of
April, A. 1). 1846, for the trial of all
issues in said court which remain undeter
mined before the said Judges when and
where all Jurors, Witnesses and suitors,
in the trial of all said issues are required
Dated at Huntingdon the 241 i day of
Jan. A. 1). one thousand eight hun
dred and forty-six and the 60th year of
American Ind ependenee.• •
JOHN ARMITAGE Sh'f.
Sheriff's office_ Hunting
don, Jun. 26, 1846.
auditor's 1 otice.
The creditors and all interested in the as
sets in the hands of Randall Alexander and
Nathan Rickets of Shirley township, in the
county of Huntingdon, are hereby notified
that the undersigned, appointed by the Court
of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county,
to audit and apportion the assetts in the
hands of said assignees—will attend at the
Public House of Thomas Wallace, in the
Borough of Huntingdon, on Friday the
third day of April next, for the purpose of
auditing, etc., when and where all persons
km:rested are notified to attend,
.. . .
I'HUB. P. CAMPBELL, Auditor.
Huntingdon, March 11, 1846.
All persons interested will take notice
that the undersigned, Auditor appointed to
make distribution of the proceeds of a
Sheriff's sale of Thomas McNamara's in•
terest in the Pomp Iron Walks, among
his creditors, will attend for that purpose at
the Prothonotary's t ff►ce, in Huntingdon,
on Friday the 3d clay of April next, at 10
o'clock A.M., when and where all persons
are required to present their claims, or be
debarred from coming in upon said fund.
JOHN CHF,SSWELL, Auditor.
Huntingdon, March I:, 1846.
ALL persons interested, are notified that
efludersigned, appointed by the Orphans'
Coct t of Huntingdon ccunty, as Auditor to
marshal the assets and apportion amongst
the creditors &c., the remaining assets in
the hands of Albert I. Garber. Administra
tor of James Archurs late of the borough of
Hollidaysburg, dee% will attend to Audit
and apportion &c. at the American House
in Hollidaysburg, on Thursday the 2,1 day
of April next, at 10 o'clock A. M. when and
where all interested may attend.
J kMr.S D. REA, Auditor.
Huntingdon, Maroh 11, 1846.
A discussion will take place in the New Court
Houao on Friday, the 27th March init., at half pain
six o'clock, on the following question:—. , Haa Me
pretreat age a good eocial, moral and intellectual
To the Hon. Abraham S. II ikon, Esq.
President, and his Associates, Judges of
the Court of Quarter Ses.,ions of the Peace,
for the county of fluntingdon :
The Petition of Joseph Forest, Respect
That your Petitioner has lately purcha
sed that commodious house, lately occnpied
by Mart Scullin, as a tavern in the borough
of Petersburg, in the county of Hunting
don, which is well calculated for a Public
House of Entertainment, and from its neigh
' borhood and situation, is suitable as well as
necessary for the accommodation of the
public, and the entertainment of strangers
and travellers. That he is well provided
with stabling fur horses, and all convenien
ces necessary for the entertainment of strait
, gem and travellers. He therefore prays
your Honors to grant him a License to keep
an Inn or Public House of Entertainment
there: And your petitioner will pray, &c
March 18, 1848.
We, the undersigned, citizens of the bor
ough of Petersburg, being per: onally ac
quainted with Joseph Forest, the above La
med Petitioner, and also having a knowledge
of alehouse for which,the license is prayed,
do hereby certify that such house is neces
sary to accommodate and entertain stran
gers and travellers, that he in a person of
good repute for honesty and temperance,
and that he is well provided with house room
anti conveniences for the lodging and ac
commodation of stranger% anti ti avellers :
We therefor:. beg leave to recommend him
for a License, agreeably to his Petition.
Benjamin Brubaker Alexander Hamilton
Herman Heel Michael Dwier
Barnatbas Zeigler, Jr. George W. Barkley
Daniel Updike James Sneath
Abraham Snyder E. B. Brindie
John Jenker David Irwin
J. B. Updike.
To the Hon. A. S. Wilson, President,
and Associate Judges of the Court of
Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the coun
ty of Huntingdon, at April Session, 1846.
The Petition of Wesley P. Green, Res
pectfully sheweth: That your petitioner
occupies a commodious Rouse, situate in the
Borough of Birmingham, on the road lead
ing from Wateestreet to Clearfield, which
is well calculated for a public House of en
tertainment, and from its neighborhood and
situation is suitable as well as necessary fur
the accommodation of the Public and the
entertainment of travellers and strangers,
that he is well provided with Stabling for
horses, and all conveniences necessary for
the entertainment of strangers and travel
lers. Re therefore respectfully prays the
Court to grant him a License to keep an inn
or Public House of entertainment there, and
your petitioner will pray, &c.
WESLEY. P. GREEN.
. . _
March 18, 1846. yY
We, the undersigned, citizens of the Bor
ough of liiiKungham t county aforesaid, be
ing pers ally acquainted with Wesley P.
Green, the above petitioner, and also hav
ing a knowledge of the house for which the
License is prayed, do hereby certify that
such house is necessary to accommodate
the public and entertain strangers and trav
ellers—that he is a person of good repute
and that he is well providcd with house room
and other conveniences for the Lodging and
accommodation cf Strangers and Travel
lers. We therefore beg leave to recommend
him fur a License agreeable to his petition.
Philip H. Crick D. C. Dickson
Benjamin Gorsuch, Jr. John B. Forrest
Benjamin Young John McCullough
Jt hn Buttonstone Thompson Mettlin
John Cramer Jacob Yeager
Michael H. Deitrich John Nivling
A. P. Kinney. •
To the Honorable, the Judges of the Court of Quer
_ (Cr Sessions of Huntingdon county.
Tins, the padion of John Nivling,
Respectfully Represents:—That your peti
tioner still occupies the well known Bir
mingham Hotel, situate in Market street,
in the Borough of Birmingham, which is
commodious and well calculated for a Pub
lic House of entertainment, and from its
location is suitable as well as necessary for
the accommodation of the pub lic and the
entertainment of strangers and travellers:
That he is well provided with stabling and
all conveniences necessary for the accom
modation of strangers and travellers, and
that the said house was for several years,
dzeupied and licensed as such: He there
fore prays the Court to grant him a license
to keep an Inn or Tavern, and he will pray.
March 18, 1846.
We, the undersigned, citizens of the fi,r
ough of Birmingham, do certify that we are
well acquainted with John Nit/ling, the
above petitioner, that lie is a man of good
repute for honesty and temperance—anti
that he is well provided with house room
and Conveniences for the accommodation of
the public and the entertainment of stran
gers and travellers and that such house is
necessary in our Borouelt.
A. P. Kinney S. K Agnew ,
Benj. P. Young Thompson Mettlen
Wesley P. Green James Clarke
M. It. beitrich James Thowson
Jacob Yeager S. S. Dewey
Join' Calderwocd John B ttenstone
To the Honorable, the Judges of tho Court of
Quarter Sessions of the Peace of the county of
The Petition of Zechariah Pheasant, Respect
fully Reprtsentet—That ho in provided with house
room, stabling, and other conveniences and accom
modations necessary for keeping a house of Public
Entertainment, at 1118 reside.° in Union township,
in said county. He therefore prays your Eunors
to grant him license to keep a house of Public En
tertainment at the said place, and as in duty he will
ever pray &c
March 18, 1846.—pd
We, the undersigned, citizens of Union township,
being personally acquainted with Zechariah Pheas
ant, the above named Petitioner, and also having a
knowledge of the house for which the license is
prayed, do hereby certify that the house is neces
sary to accommodate the public and entertain stran
gers and travellers, and that he is a man of good
repute for honesty and temperance, and is well pro
vided with house room and conveniences for the
accommodation of strangers and travellers. We
therefore beg leave to recommend him for a License,
agreeably to his petition.
David Swope Simeon Wright G. \V. Pheasant
J. D. Bonin Wm. Eastep Moses Swope
Geo.Stever Benj. Greenland Eli Cerbin
J. W. Wright John Steel J. Miller
Wm. Smith Jacob Porter P. Curfman
Win. Pheasant Nathan Greenland Jacob Walls
J. Humgartner, Jr. Abra'm Wright Jan' Shoop Jr.
To Me Honorable, Mr Judges if the Court! To the Honorable, Me Judges of the
of Common Pleas of Huntingdon coon- Court of Quarter ticssionc, of thePea,c,
ty, now composing nod holding a Court of I • in and for the county of Huntingdon.
general Quarter Stssions of the Peace in The Petition of the undersigned, a
and ror said county, of April term, 1846, citizen of the borough of Huntingdon
The Petition of Samuel Strffey, of Jack- Respectfully Rev sews:
son township, in the county of If untingdon, That lie in well provided n ith liou , m
Respectfully sheweth : room, and other conveniences Inc the av -
Public II , your pet mse nor er
ver densh-oinnthes of kee
commodation of Strange' a and 'Fravielliis
he now lives in; being a commodious house at his old stand, in the borough of lion,
situate in said township, on the road leading tingilon, u het a he Ins fur many resin
from Pinegroee to Lewintcwn, which is well past kept a bowie of Public Entei:iam -
calculated fora public house of entertain- !neut. lie therefore pray , s your /Lours to
fromment, and from its neighborhood and situa- i • ,
giant him continual iiii of hie I;Feo,e In
tion is suitable as well as necessary for the
accommodation of the public and time en- i keep an Inn or . 1 . 4 VCI' 0 in said loose fur
tertaintnent of Strangers and Travellers : 1 the present year. And he will ever pray.
He therefore prays the Court to grant him a
license to keep it Public • House there, and
your petitioner will pray &c.
We, the undersigned, citizens of Jackson
township, do certify that the above appli
cant, is of good repute for honesty and tem
perance, and is well provided with house
room and conveniences for the lodging of
strangers and travellers. We therefore beg
leave to recommend him for a license agree
able to his petition.
William Mitchell, Jr
Wm. E. C: le
Daniel D. King
Wm. D. Rankin
To the Ilonoral.le, the Judges of the Court
of Quarter Sessions o, Huntingdon
The petition of Thomas Wallace,
respectfully represents : That he still
occupies that well known Tavern House,
situated .in the borough of Huntingdon,
county aforesaid, and now occupivl as
such by the said Thos. Wallace ; thiit he
is provided with House rosin, and cunvc•-
niences for the accommodation of strait•
tiers and travellers, and he therefore prays
your (honors to grant him a license fur
Huntingdon, March 11, 1846.
IVe the undersigned, citizens at Hun
tingdon, do hereby certify that Thomas
Wallace, the above applicant, is of good
repute lor honesty and temperance, and
that he is well provided with house room
and conveniences for the lodging and ac
commdation of strangers and travellers,
and that such lan or Tavern is necessary
to accoMmodate the ptiblic and entertain
strangers and Travellers.
.1. Wilson John N. Primell
1). Buoy John Allbright
C. S. Black Inn, Cresswell
Oliver Stevens Jacob Africa
Win. Stewart J. K. Bellman
Jacob G. Houck Jas. Clark
To the. Honorable, the Court of Quarter &mime
of the Peace, of Me County of Huntingdon:
The Petition of John Whittaker,
respectfully shem etb : That your petition•
er occupies a commodious house, situate
on Allegheny street, in the borough of
Huntingdon, which is well calculated for
a public house of entertainment ; and
from its location, is suitable as well as
necessary for the accommodation of the
public and the entertainment of strangers
and travellers—that he has occupied the
said house, as a licensed Inn for tf.e last
twenty eight years, and that he is desirous
of continuing the same. Ile, therefore,
respectfully prays The court to grant hint
a license to keep an Inn or Public House
of entertainment there, and will ever
pray, 4.c. JOIIN WHITTAKER.
Huntingdon, March 4, 1846.
We the undersigned, citizens of the
borough of Huntingdon aforesaid, being
personally acquainted with John % 1 hit
taker, the above named petitioner, and
also having knowledge of the house for
which the license is prayed, do hereby
certify that such house is necessary to
accommodate the public, and entertain
strangers and travellers—that he is a per
sun of good repute for honesty and tent•
tierance, and that he is well provided with
douse rosin and other conveniences for
the lodging and accommodation of strait•
gees and travellers ; we, therefiire, beg
leave to recommend for a license, agree
n'tle to his petition,
Thomas Wallace, Thomas Fisher,
Stewart, John N. Pi owell,
Peter Noir, Lewis Schnider,
Jacob Africa, Isaac Lininger,
IVilliam Rothrock, Geo. Jackson,
Jim. Cresswell. Samuel Moore.
To the Court of Quarter Sessions ol the
County of Hunttngdon:
Tht; Petition of Peter Livingston of
the Borough of Huntingdon, in the coun
ty of Huntingpon, skewed' : That he
keeps u Public House, called an Inn or
Tavern, in the said Borough of Hunting
don, and that the said Inn or Tavern is
necessary to accommodate the public and
to entertain strangers and travellers.
liontingilen, March 4, 1846.
We, the undersigned, citizens of the
Borough of Huntingdon, hereby certify
that the House now kept by Peter Living.
slim, as on Inn or Tavern, in the Borough
of Huntingdon is necessary to accom
modate the piddle, and entertain stran
gers and travellers; and that the sail
Peter Livingston is of geod repute for
honesfy and temperance, and is wellpre
pared with house rosin and conveniences
for the accommodattun of strangers and
George Gwin, Dennis Buoy,
S. S. Wharton, William A. Saxton,
Owen Boat, James Saxton,
David Colestock, James. Clark,
J. ‘Villiam‘on, C. A. Newingatim
Thomas Fisher, Jacob Snyder,
Ifunting,tlon, Match I I, 1
We, the undersigned, citiy.ens of Ilea
borough of Iluntingdon, do hereby cc, lily
that we are well acquainted with Alex
ander Cartoon, the above pelitiune . r, than
such Inn or Tavern as prayed for by loot
at said place is necessary to accommodate
the putilic and en!ertain strange'. !Ma
Traveller- ; that the said petiiiiiiier is is
man of good repute for lione,ty and tent •
peranee, and is well provided with house
room and conveniences for the arcommo•
dation of strangves and travellers.
Frederick Krell Peter Livingston
John Williamson Nathanirl
Simnel Steel Jahn G. Stewat t
E. NI. Jones William Couch
Wm. Steel John It. %Vince
A.datu Morningstar Jas. Clank
To the Honorable, the Judges of the Court
of .Common Pleas aml Quarter Seseione of
the Peace, /or the county of Huntingdon.
The Petition of Michael Sister, res
pectfully sheweth: That he occupies that
conrroolious Hotise in the borough of Al
e%andria, immediately at the lucks on the'
Pa. Canal, and is well known as, and
calculated for, a Public House of enter..
(liniment —and that the said House is suit
able as well as necessary to accommodate
and entertain strangers and travellers—
that he is provided with stabling, and all
other conveniences necessary fur a Pub
lic House—that he has occupied the eame
as a licensed Inn for the last eight years.
He therefore respectfully prays the Court
to grant him a license to keep a Public
Inn or Tavern in said house, and he will
pray &.e. MICII A ILL SISLER. .
March 4, ;84:6.—pd.
We the undersigned, citizens of the.
said borough, being personally acquainted
with Michael Sisler, the above named aps
plicant, and also having a knowledge of
the house fur which the license is prayed,
du hereby certify that such Inn or Tay -
ern is necessary to accommodate the pub
licand entertain strangers and travellers,
and that the said Michael Sider is a man
of good repute fur honesty and temper
ance—and that he is well provided with
house room, stabling and conveniences
for lodging and accommodation of stran
gers and travellers. He therefore beg
leave to recommend him for a license
agreeably to his petition.
Samuel Spyker, ('wrens Patterson,
John N. Swoops, H. I'ocklcr, •
Peter Shultz, Francis Conner,
John I3isbin, Robert Carman,
John Piper, Jr. Daniel Piper
Samuel Isenberg Benj. Kaugh,
Caleb Yocum, W. A. Given,
Jacob Baker, Stephen 'finger,
James Yocum, J. 11. Kennedy,
The undersigned, Auditor appointed
by the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon co.,
to examine and if necessary to restate
and settle the account of John Burst, Ad
ministrator•, de bonis non of Samuel Mc-
Clelland, late of West township, in the
said county, dee'd, and to distribute tiro
balance remaining in the hands of the
Ad to and amongst the respective
claimants• -will attend for that purpose
at the Register's Office in Huntingdon,
on Tuesday the Slat day of March next,
when and where all poisons interested
may attend it they think proper.
JACOB MILLER, Auditor.
Mardi, 4 4t.
The subscriber offers at private sale. a
tract of land, situate in the upper end of
Mifflin counts', containing about 75 axles.
on which there is a VERY EXTENSIVE
of excellent quality. The bank is about one
mAe from the Pennsvlvrnia Canal. Sev
eral hundred tons of the Ore have been
Fir particulars rlfer to
McVeytown, Match 11, 1846.
To the credit; raoTiemp& Cunning
ham, and of Joseph limp and Jeremiah
Cunningham. and all persons interested.
The undersigned, appointed by the Court
of Common Pleas, of Huntingdon county.
to marshal and apportion the assets in he
hands of James Gardner, assignee &c. will
attend at the Public House of John Dough
erty, (the United States Hotel) in the bor
ough of Hollidaysburg, on 1 hursday the
2nd day of April next, at 10 o'clock, A, M.,
when and where all interested are notified
JOHN CRESSWELL, Auditor
Huntingden, Mitch 11, 1846.
11 0 T 1 CE.
ALL those having unsettled accounts
in "Huntingdon Mill," will please
call and settle them bailie the first of
April, as no longer time can be riven.
March 13, ISlti.
"le E. tr4t3lll2lla
sITTOICVEI .17' Lair.