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SINGULAR Iliceipittat OF STOLEN PROPERTY.
—The Newburyport Herald of 28th ultimo,
says that on Wednesday evening a young man
went into the shop of R. E. Mosel} , to buy a
watch key. Mr. M. instantly recognized the
watch as one stolen from his store in Tremont
Street, Boston, three years ago, when he was
robbed of two thousand dollars worth of proper
ty. Yesterday morning Mr. M. and some offi
cers, with the young man proceeded to George
town, and recovered four gold watches from dif
ferent individuals. It having been found that
all these watches were sold by Mr. John B. Sa
vory, he was brought before Justice Marston,
and waving an examination, recognized in the
sum of $lOOO for his appearance at the next
term of the Common Pleas.
07'A rich controvery is going on between
two patties among the colored Daughters of
Temperance at Harrisburg. From the latest
published despatch of one party we extract the
following rich sentence : . .
We have been more than perplexed, surpris
ed or confounded, at the shameless audacity, the
,onblusiting impudence, and the total want of
very thing like honor, honesty, truth or justice,
n tint false, unfounded and slanderous attack
pon the motives, character, respectability and
eputation of nur honored and esteemed male
angliter of Temperance, James McCrummell,
he worthy Father and Founder of our wide
spread and beautiful Order.
Gor.n.—A correspondent of thu London Times
says will hardly be believed that the
whole quantity of gold currency in the world,
taking it at its usual estimate of £150,000,000
sterling, would only weigh 1150 tons, and that
in bulk a room 50 feet long, 12 feet wide, and
10 feet high, would contain it all.'
SUICIDE or a MURDERER.-We learn from the
Getytburg Star, that Frederick Smith, who was
convicted during the August term of the mur
der of Frederick Foster, was sentenced on the
25 ult. to be hanged. On the 27th he c ommit
ted suicide in his cell, having made a rope from
part of his bed by which he had suspended him
self from a bar running across the top of his
cell. He had requested to be left alone during
the day, and had probably been dead several
hours when found. He had previously made a
full confession of the murder of which he had
PENNSYLVANIA. -The editor of the New Or
leans Commercial Bulletin, writing from Phila
delphia respecting the present position and future
prospects of Pennsylvania, says :
I hardly know of any thing that gives a grea-
J. idea Of the rapid iOereasr7of this country in
all the elements of national greatness, than the
facts that the present annual revenue of Penn
sylvania is equal to that of the United States du
ring the first term of Washington's administra
tion, and that her population in the approaching
census of 1850, will be found almost equal to
that of the whole Union at the adoption of the
present Constitution. Though we have no sta
tistics to enable us to come at the fact, I have
no doubt that her present wealth is also fully
equal to that of the thirteen States at the same
period. What would our fathers have said six
ty years since, if they then had been told that
at the expiration of that period, one single State
of the confederacy would be as populous, as rich,
and as powerful, as the whole of the old thirteen
;who had es successfully contended with the gl
,goalie power of Great Britain?
TURKEY.-It is a matter worthy of remark,
that while the professedlliberel governments
of Central' and Western Europe •are by every
possible means repressing liberty and delivering
up its refugees to the persecutors, Turkey, an
acknowledged despotism, which might from the
oriental conservatism of its government be ex
pected to entertain no good feeling with innova
tion, has pronounced to the most distinct man
ner its determination to surrender Kossuth and
his companions neither to Russia or Austria.—
It is by conduct of this kind that the young sul
tan has won the sympathies of the world, a
greater protection to him against his powerful
neighbors, than a largo military force than he
can put in motion would be.
A GREAT Bone.—The Huddersfield and Man
chester tunnel is more than 3 mildS in length,
being the largest in the world-,it a depth of 625
feet below the ridge of the hill, which it pier
' ces. The tunnel is perfectly straight, so that
on a clear day one can see through frOin either
CHOLER& IN ILLINOIS.-The last Danville
(111.)Patriot says ,—The cholera is still raging
' to an alarming extent in the neighborhood twO
or three miles front that place. Numbet Of
deaths between twenty and twenty-De:
THE PRESIDENT Castillo NaaTn.—The Wash
ington correspondent of the Boston Bee learns
''from good authority" that the President is ma
king arrangements to prosecute his visit to the
North. It is quite probable that he will leave
Washington so as to be in New York bythe 15th
and in Boston by the 18th.
SAD AFFAIR.—An unfortunate occur
rence took place in Warren county, Pa.,
on Sunday week. Two old citizens,
Walter Seaman and Richard Powell, the
former an old hunter, and the latter a
magistrate, spent the day together, and
the subject of hunting coming up, Semen
became so enthusiastic, rose and took
down his old rifle (which he always kept
loaded) and sportively said •'Powell 1
have a great mind to shoot you." The
muzzle of the rifle being in a direction
towards flowell's breast the latter struck
it with his hand, with the view of pre
venting an accident. The stroke twis
ting the rifle in Seaman's hand (who
--hunter like—had his finger on the
trigger) it was discharged, and the ball
pierced Powellts thigh, from which he
bled to death in a few hours. They had
VALUABLE FARMS.—The farm belong-
ing to the estate of the late David Gra - ff
in East Lampeter Township, Lancaster
county, containing 119 acres, without
any woodland and with ordinary im•
provements, was sold at public sale last
week to Joseph Espenshade for $138,50
per acre. The tavern property on the
Philadelphia turnpike, belonging to the
same estate, containing 86 acres, was
sold at the same time to John Gyger,
for $126 per acre.
D7-The Turkish Government has established
a system for gratuitous medical aid thrdugbolit
the empire. Physicians are appointed With sal
aries, to visit and attend the sick, and prohibit
ed from taking any fees from the poor. They
are to report their cases every tbree mdnths of
ficially. They are subjected to penalties if they
neglect the poor in favor of other classes,
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 12, 180.
PLOVR—There is very little movement in the
Ao ur market. Sales of common Western brands
fresh ground at $5,124. Extra and fancy brands
are held at $5,50 a 5,75. Rye Flour is worth
about $3 a 3,124.
CORN MEAL—IS dull at $3,124 for both Pa.
and Brandy wine.
WHEAT—Prime Pennsylvania reds are selling
at 100 a 108, and white at 112 a 114.
Rut—Sales of Penna. at 80c, and Southern at
CORN—Yellow is held at 86037 c, white at 81a
OATS—Southern are worth 28a30, Penna. 35a
WHISKEY—SaIes in bbls. at 28 and hhds. at
CLOVERSEED—seIIs in small lots at $4,25a 4-
50 per bushel.
On the Ist instant, by the Rev. George Elli
ott, Mr. LEWIS LIGHTNER tO Miss CAROLINE
STRIKER, both of West township, Huntingdon
Not ice to Claiman Is.
ALL persons having claims for materials fur
nished from January 1896 to February
1849, for the Upper Division of the Pennsylva
nia Canal extending from McVeytown to Holli
daysburg, will send in the date, amount and na
ture of their claims to me immediately. This
notice is not intended to include claims for pro
visions, horse feed, &c.
Persons having check rolls in their hands will
send in their amount and date.
J. P. ANDERSON,
Sun. Upper Div. Pa. Canal.
Huntingdon, October 15, 1849.
Of Valuable Real Estate.
THE subscribers will sell at Public Sale, at
the COURT HOUSE, in the borough of
Huntingdon on Wednesday November 14, 1849,
All that valuable Real Estate situate in Barree
Township, Huntingdon county, about seven
miles from the Penn'a canal, and Central Rail
Road, and on the main road leading from Peters
burg to Pine Grove, containing about
700 Acres of Land
and about 400 of which are cleared and in agood
slate of cultivation, the woodland being all first
rate Timber Land and heavily timbered; and
there is an excellent site for a Saw Mill, on a
never failing stream. There are erected on
said land two houses and two barns, small, but
in a tolerable good state of repair.
The above Tract of Land will be divided in
to two, three or more parts, and sold seperate.
ly; or it 'sill be sold altogether, as will beet
suit those desiring to purchase. . .
TE11318.-No money will be required for five
years, provided good security is given by the
purchaser or purchasers. An indisputable title
will be given. The property will be positively
sold at the above time and place.
int Icr V.
""' " " I " Y "
BENJ. E. McMURTRIE,
ROBT. A. McMURTRIE,
WM. E. McMURTRIE.
Oct. 16, 1819—ta.
Leaves have their time to tail,
And flowers to wither at the north winds breath,
And stars to set; but all—
Thou hast all seasons for thine own, 0, Death !
attar tub Ornamental
THE subscribers wish to inform the public
that they have just received from Philadel
phia, a large stock of the
pure White American Marble,
and are prepared to execute any orders for
Tomb Stones, &c., in the neatest and most
workmanlike manner, and on the shortest notice.
Persons wishing to procure stones &c.,
make application to A. W. KINNEY, only trav
elling agent, or address KINNEY is SELLER,
KINNEY & SELLEIt.
Williamsburg, Oct 16, 1819-3 m.
NOTICE is hereby given to all per
sons cm-teemed, that the following
named persons have settled their ac
counts in the Register's Office at Hunt
ingdon, and that the said accounts will
be presented for' eOnfirtnation and al
lowance, at the Oiphrins' Court, to be
held at Huntingdon, in and Nr the coun
ty of Huntingdon, on Wednesday, the
14th day of Ntivember next, to wit :
1. Jacob Shoop, Executor of Philip Shciop,
late of Tell township, dec'd.
0 . George Hallnßan, Administrator of Adaffi
Hallman, late of West township, dec'd.
3. Thomas Reese, Administrator of Catha
rine Roller, late of Woodbury township, (now
Blair county,) dec'd.
4. Thomas Carberry, and John Carberry,
Administrators of Thomas Carberiy, late of Tod
5. Peter Long, AdminisfratOr of Mary Long,
late of Shirley township, dec'd.
6. John C. Wilson, Administrator of .tames
Davis, Esq., who was administrator of Corne
lius Davis, late of Jackson township, dec'd.
7. Jonathan Elias, Administrator of Jacob
Elias, late of Tod township, deed.
8. George S. Cryder, Executor of Israel Cry
der, late of Porter township, dec'd.
9. Edward Bowers, Administrator of William
Kelly, late of Brady township, dec'd.
M. F. CAMPBELL, Register.
Huntingdon, Oct. 16, 1849.
THE undersigned auditors, appointed by the
Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county,
to distribute the proceeds of the Sheriif 's sale
of the property of William Johnston amongst
those entitled thereto, hereby give notice that
they will attend for that purpose, OIL Saturday
the 10th day of November next, at 1 o'clock in
the afternoon, at the Prothonotary's office in
Huntingdon, when and where all persons inter
ested can attend if they think proper.
T. H. CREMER,
October 16, 1849. Auditors
Watuatte Meat Eotate at
Orphans' Court kite:
IN ptirsua rice dim order of the Orphans'Cotirt
of Huntingdon county, will be offered for
sale at public vendue or outcry on the premises
on THURSDAY THE Bth day of NOVIIMIWI, 1849,
all that certain Messtiage, Plantation, and tract
of land, (parr CT Bid ittgal ) sfate of Robert Moore
of the borough cif liudttngdoti , deceased,)
ate in Walker towndltip in Old county, near thri
village of Smithfield and the Turnpike read, and
about one mile meat of of are borough of Hun ,
tingdon, adjoining lands ofid hn McCahan, John
Hildebrand, John Kerr and others, containing
247 acres, be the same more at lees, about 160
acres of which are cleared, about 50 acres there
of being meadow ground, with a new fratSe
dwelling house, a large neve frame barn, end a
young apple orchard thereon.
ALSO. On For PAT the 9th day of Not-am
ass, 1849, will be offered on the premises, all
that other certain Meaeuage, plantation, and
tract of land, (also part of the real estate of the
said Robert Moore, dec'd,) situate on Spruce
Creek, near Colerain Forges, in Franklin town ,
ship in said county, adjoining lands of Shoi b,
Stewart & Co., of David Henderson, the Hun-
tingdon Furnace lands, and lands of others,
containing 380 acres and 185 perches and al
lowance, be the same more or less; a large part
of which iv cleared, with a large two story brick
dwelling house, a large frame barn, and other
buildings and Improvements thereon.
Tawas OF SALE. —One third of the purchase
money to be paid on the confirmation of the sale;
another third in one year thereafter with interest;
and the remaining third on or immediately after
the death of Margaret Moore, widow of the said
Robert Moore, deceased, the interest of which
last mentioned thi-d to be paid regularly and
annually,to the said widow during liar life--said
payments, &c. to be secured by the bonds and
mortgages of the purchasers. By the Court,
M. F. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock P. M., of each
of said days. Attendance will be given by
GEO. H. STEINE
Acting Ex'r of Robert Moore, dec'd.
01'.The farm on Spruce creek in first rate
limestone land, in a good state of cultivation,
and for productiveness is not surpassed by any
farm in the county. It in moreover, well situ
ted, being in a desirable neighborhood, and
where there is always a good cash market for ev
erything produced on a farm. It is situated near
the Water Street and Spruce Cr eek Turnpike
and about one mile from the Pa. Railroad. An
this p. operty could be divided no as to make
two fat ma, bidders may possibly make arrange.
ments to purchase in view of a subsequent di
The property near Huntingdon is valuable
from its location, and the improvements upon it.
The purchaser will find it necessary to spend
but little upon eitherthe fences or the buildings.
Oct. 18, 1849.] G. H .S.
THE Subscriber will offer at public sale at
the Court House, on WIDNESPAT Tam 16th
DAT OP NOVEMBER NEXT, at 1 o'clock P.M.,
the House and Lot upon which she resides, sit
uate at the west end of Ilillstreet in the borough
The Lot fronts 75 feet on Hill street. 'The
improvements consist of a large two story brick
house with a basentent story, stabling and all
necessary out buildings ; and are such as to ren
der Ihepopei ty a convenient awl eownfoirtable
;3 Is '•;;ri:.l7;nette known at tho so 10. or
bo learned in the mean time, by application
to George Taylor.
Huntingdon, October 15, 1849.
Estate of CSTHSRL E SURSND,
late of .Morris township, deed.
NOTICE is hereby given that letterstestamen
tary have been granted to the undersigned onthe
estate of Catharine Aura nd, late of Morris
township,deceased. Persons knowing themselves
indebted willcome forward and make payment;
all those having claims will presentthem duly all
October 16, 1849.] Executor.
AlkT HE REAS. by precept to me directed, de-
VV ted at Huntingdon, the 18th day of Aug.
1849, under the hands and seals of the Hon.
George Taylor, President of the Court of
Common Pleas, Oyer and Terminer and general
jail delivery of the 20th judicial district of Penn=
eylvania, composed of the counties of Hunting
don, Mifflin and Union, and the Hone. Jame.
Gwin and John Stewart, his associates, judges of
the county of Huntingdon, justices assigned, ap. ,
pointed to hear, try, and determine all and eiery
indictments and presentments, made or taken fot
or concerning all crimes,which by the laws of the
Commonwealth are made capital or felonies el
death and other oftencee,crimes and wiedetnetutors;
which have been, or shall be committed or perpes
tented within said county, or all persons who are
or rhallhereaftet be 6onimitted or perpetrated, for
crimes aforesaid, I am commanded to make pro
lamation throughout my whole bailiwick, that a
Court of Oyer and Terminer, Quarter Sessions
and Common Pleas, will be held at the Court
House, in the borough of Huntingdon, on the 2d
Monday (and 12th day) of Nov. 1849, and
those Who will prosecute the said prisoners, be
then and there to prosecute them as tt shall be
just, ant: that all justices of the peace, coronet',
and constables within the said county, be then
and there in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock
A. M. acrid day; with their records,inquieitions,
examinations and remembrances, to do those
thingswhich to their office respectively appertain.
MATTHEW CROWNOVER, Sheriff.
Oct: 16 1849,
WHEREAS, by precept to me ditersed by the
Judges of the Common Pleas of the co'iitt•
ty of Huntingdon. bearing trill the 18th day of
August, A. D. 1849. 1 11th commanded to make
public proclamation throUghout my whole baili
wick that a Court of Common Pleas, will be held
at the Court House in the borough of Huntingdon,
in the county of Huntingdon, an the 3d Monday
(and 19th day) of Nov, A. D. 1849, fat the
trod of all ieeues in said court, which rennin Un
determined before the sald judge., when and
where all jurors, witnesses and suitors, in the
trial of 'mid innocence requited.
MATTHEW CROWNOVER, Sheriff
Senate, '9 Clerics,
Huntingden.Oct. 16 1849.
FISH .4ND S./ILT,
FOR sa!e at the Cheap Store of
Oct 16,'49.] GEO GWIN,
0 F all kind., vory cheap, for sale at the Store
of GEO. G WIN.
WAR WITH FRANCE
la not now very generally expected, stilfgreat
excitement hae recently been produced HI
untingdon by the arrival of a moat eplendid
Fall and I* . iniei Goods,
at the old and popular stand of
(221 cs• 33.•: - .ssur fl Eno
Market Square, Huntingdon,
His stock anvils., l)ry tioods, Groceries,
Queensware, Cutlery, Caps, Shries, Boots, Muffs
Umbra aa. Bonnets, &c. lie has a splendid as
sortment of French, English and American
eLdTiIS, CIiSSIMERES dIND
Caesinete and Jeans in great ;arlety. Also,
Ileady•made Clothing, of all kinds,
A carefully selected Vallee)), of Silks; Merinos,
Alpaccei, Cashmeres, Delaines, Prints,
Ribbons, Laces, 4c.
as well as every variety of
Ladies Dress and Trimming Goods
All of which will be sold at prices to'conYpete
with anything in the place, as he is determined
that no one can or shall undersell him for cash
or approved country produce.
Those desiring good goods and fine styles, at
low prices, are respectfully Malted to will soon
at his store where they will find the above folly
verified. GEO. GWIN.
Huntingdon, October 9, 1849.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court
of Huntingdon county, will be exposed to . ,
sale by the undersigned Executors of the last
will of Matthew Garner, late of Penn township,
Huntingdon county, deceased, on SATUADAY
the 3d day of NOVEMBER NEXT,
A TRACT oF LAND,
Situate in said township. adjoining lands upon
which John Beavernow resides and others. The
above valuable tract of Land is well worthy the
attention of purchasers. Any person wishing to
view the premises can call upon the subscrsibers.
Tansis.--One third of the purchase money
to be paid on confirmation of sale, one-third in
one year thereafter, and one-third in tiv3 years,
with interest from confirmation of sale, to be
secured by bond and mortgage of the purchaser.
Eshelman T 3 L Shannon John R Esq.
Ehrhalt Jacob ShaVer John
Etinger Stars Francis
F Stewart Mrs Margaret
Fenter Johann Martin Sinkey Richard
Felton Michael Smith Patrick
Fitzpatrick Thomas Sloan James
Fitzpatrick James Smith Jacob
Fox William Stewart John G Esq
0 Santer Christian 2
!MUSK AND LOT Ganahan Thomas Stewart Samuel
Grub Abraham Smith Francis
l' Ql:a IP 03 al 11 es, . H Salsbury & Bra
THE subscriber using desirous of removing Huling Mrs Sarah S Snyder Daniel
to the Weat, wi II offer at public sale on the 3d , Hight Mrs Mary M Scofield Nathaniel
day of November next, on the premises, his . Halligan Daniel ,
LOT of GROUND situate on the corner of Ty- Hershey Rev A M Therms Mrs Harriet
rune and Juniata streets in the borough of liir- Higgin s James Thompson Miss Ber
mingham, in the county of Huntingdon. on Hooper James riet2
which is erected a two story frame dwelling Hoyle Mr. E. V
house thirty-two by twenty feet, with a kitchen Herron W W Vanvalzah Dr R H 2
attached. and Tailor shop thirty-two by Ellison Henderson James Wfteen Harris William White John
feet, and stable twenty by twenty-two feet. Al.
so a variety of choice fruit trees. The lace- H eard Mi c h ae l Michael Thomas
lion Patrick White Thoed
lion is pleasant. fronting and in full view of the , J Whitaker John
PentloYivatlis kailrusd , P . ogse.ion Oven on . Isett Mr (Sequestrator)Warfel John
the first day of April next. Terms will be made ' J ones John Walsh Patrick 2
known on day of sale. For further particulars K. Woolvertin Charles
inquire of the subscriber on the premise.. Kelly Mrs Judy Wallis Robert
W. P. GREEN. Killy Jackson Whitellichiti
Kelly James '...! iv it.An Enuiri
i:1 - :" Wilson Eliza
Persona inquiring for letters on the above
List :will please say they ere advertimed-
E 1 7.. Two cents in addition to the regular
postage Charged on advertised fetters.
PETER C. SWOOPE, P. M.
Huntingdon, Oct. 9,1849-3 t.
M. F. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
Attendance given by JOHN GARNER &
Oct. 9, 1849.] Executors.
October 9th, 1849
fvkltE undertagned •uditnr, appointed ten
Court to marnheit the arumis end diattibute the
fund in the hands of Brice Blair, Assignee op.
pointed by the Court in the room of Jas. P.
Hudson, dec'd, who was assignee of \\ tn. A.
Hudson and John A. Hudson, to arid among the
creditors of said John A. and Wm. A. Hudson,
will attend to the duties of his appointment at
the Prothonotary's office in the borough of Hun
tingdon, on Tuesday the 6th dpy,pf Isltiverribtr
next, A.D. 1849, at 2 o'clock P. M. °frond day,
when and where all persons having any claim or.
said fund will give their attendance, otheriwiie
they will be debarred thereafter from corning lit
for any share thereof.
JACOB MILLER, Auditor.
October 9, 1849.-4.
Estate of .1.1.111E8 R.RMS EY; late of
the borough of .dlexandritii Hunting
don county, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters of
Administration un said estate have been
grunted to the undersigned. All persona in
debted to said estate are requested to make tin
mediate payment and those having claims or de
mands against the same to present them duly
[Millen limited fet ele Ultra° n t to
J. SMYTH READ,
dcii, 9,1849-6 t.)
Ok the Intellectdal and Moral training of
young persons and children of both sexes,
kept by J. A. HALL, in the now Academy
building, Huntingdon, Pa.
The fall session will totnmence on MONDAY,
THE STH DAY err dreontri, ISOT. For par
ticUlars apply to the Teacher,
J. A. HALL.
Rev. John Peebles, James Steel, Esq., Dr. A.
M. Henderson, Mr. James Maguire, Maj. W.
H. Zeigler, Hon. John Kerr, Maj. D. Me Mur
trie, Hon. George Taylor ; and James Clark.
WEISER 6' WIT.M4X,
RESPECTFULLY inform the ladies and ten
tlernen of Huntingdon and vicinity, that
they have taken rooms over Gotta's old Store
room, near the Collector's office, Market street,
for a short time, and are fully prepared to exe
cute DAGUERREOTYPE LIKENESSES in
a style not to be surpassed in this country. As
their stay is limited, those desirous of procuring
a perfect likeness, will please call soon.
117"Irliniatitre likenesses, includirtg a hand
somea morocco case from 51,25 to 55,00.
Gg'lnstructions given in the art, and arpara
ratus furnished on reasonable terms.
Sept. 25, 1849.
HAMS AND SIDES,
LARD & CHEESE, j Sep. 11, 1849.-3 m
Constantly on hand
and for sale by
J. PALMER, & Co.
Market St. Wharf,
A GOOD assortment of well finished Saddles
now on hand and for sale at the Saddle and
Harness Manufactory of Wm. Glasgow, oppo
site the Post Office, Huntingdon.
Huntingdon, August 7, 1849.
JOll PRINTING NEATLY EXECU
TED AT THIS OFFICE,
Litt of Lellers
REMAINING'in the POst Mice at Hunting
don, Pa., oh the let day of October, 1849, Se
which if not lifted on or before the Ist day, of
JannarY next, will be bent to the General Post
Office as dead letters.
A Kelly John
Ayres' David Kelid John
Akins Christian H - L
B Likely Thos 2
O'Brien D Lanless Michael
Baker Jbhrt Lutz Mrs Mary
Blatchford Thetas Mt
Buck Abraharrt McGee M M
Brady Owen, McCaffrey Thomas
Betersberger Em'l MeColgenJames
Belford J M Esq McComb John
Barton Eliza Miss Mufty James
Bear Jacob Mc G rov y Jahr?
Branagan Franceri Mcbternimu'e Henry
Branch Henry McCauly & Snively
Boyle Charles lOtonday Dennis
Bulfch Martin Miller George ( Farmer) .
Bonner John Morrison Hance
Bather R V MontgoinerY ThOS Esq
C West tp
Crain' & Ayres Miller George 2
Cagey Jo& McMurtrie Marshell
Colt James Moyer Washington
CrceWnoVer. Andre McCulloch Gen George
Chilcoat M 2 Morrow William
Cassidy Patrick 2 Mortimer Mr.
Cadman Michael Nanghten Michael
Campbell Owen 0
Codden Charles Oakman Mrs Ann
Camp Joseph O'Donnell James
Clark Edwin Ouchter Joseph
Carter Joseph P
Coughlan James Peightell David
D Patterson Adolphus
Donahue Michael R
Donahoe Patrick Rodgers John
Dorcey John Riley Martin
Dewy James C Rox John
Decker Henry Racine Gustave 2
Darsy Win Rodgers Dr S S
Dougherty John Ramsey James
Dickson Isaac S
Dawson John Smith Dr Horace W
E Smith James 2
CIIIAPER THAN EVER
toeorg SZ fagutre.
HAVE just opened at their old Stand a new
and splendid assortment of
Tall and Winter Goode,
The stdck eitibraces Cloths, Cassimeres, §att.
nets, Vestings, Croton Cloths, eashmerei and
Cashmeretts, Tweeds, Mohair Cords, Drillings,
Velvet Cords, French Cassimeres, Doe Skin
do„ white and fancy Marseilles, &c. A splen
did assortment of
Ladies Dresi Goods.
An elegant assortment of striped, figured and
plain Silks, Bareges, Challey, Muslin de Laines,
Alpaccas, Lustres, Ginghams,
Jaconets, Bombazines, striped and plaid Mus
lins, &c. Also a large and elegant assortment
of Calicoes and Muslin,. A large grid carefully
selected assortment of
RE4DY .111.11 DE CLOTHING
YShich vVill sold at prices to suit purchasers,
Besides this they have
Hardware, Queensware, Glassware
and an unparalleled supply (if
All of whitl Will be edict :it a small advance
do the Cheap Stand of
DORSEY & MAGUIRE,
Huntingdon, Otc. 2, 1819.
R. C. reti'Gill and W. B. Zeigler.
711 HE subscribers have now started, and will
1. have on hand a general assortment of cast;
lugs, consisting of Cooking Stoves, Air-tight,
Parlor, Ten-plate, Wood and Urfa' stoves—all
of which are new patterns not before introduced
into this section of country. Ale°, a variety Of
Plough patterne of the kinds now in use. A
general assortment of Hollow-ware castings, con
sisting of Kettles, Dutch Ovens, Skillets, Paris,
&c., &c. Miscellaneous articles, such as Wag
on Boxes, Sled and Sleigh Soles, Smoothing
Irons, Ro Brig Mill and Forge castings, Win
dow Grates for cellars, Unties and sills for hou
ses, Sash Weights and Water Pipes ; also Sweg
Anvils and Mtindrels for Blacksmiths, made to ,
order on the shortest notice. We will sell eve- I
ry article in our line on the most reasonable ,
tering for Cash, and will take all kinds of coun
try produce and old metal in exchange for east
logs. 'rhe Foundry is situated at the Southern
end of Huntingdon, along the canal, where one
of them can always be found, or at the Tin and
Stove shop of W. H. Zeigler, North East cor
ner of Market Square in Huntingdon. One of
them being a practical Moulder, and experienc
ed in the business, feels confident that they wilt
render citisfaction to all who may favor them
with a call. R. C. McGILL,
W. B. Z , E4GIA , R;
Huntingdon, Oct. 2, 1849-6ra.
Latest, Best and Cheapest.
ff. K. NEFF & BRO. have just received from
New York & Philadelptsie, the hest assortment
of Watches and Jewelry ever offered for sale in
this place, and are determined to sell cheaper
than can be purchased elsewhere.
August ?, 1919.
Estate of Jacob Bumgardqer jr., late of
Cass township, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given, that letters, Testa
menfiry on said estate, have been granted to
he undersigned. All persons knowing them
selves indebted Will please make payment imme
diately, rend those having demands eg.ihat the
same,preteWt them, duly authenticated; for
settlment. DAVID STEVER,
Sept IS, 1849-6 t. Executor.
DOUSE AND LOT
21P 1:113 619 411E:i. U.:a Uri
liF; subscriber will offer for sale, on SAT
URDAY, the 13th of October, a good Log
Welling house, Well plastered within, with
iO6 Vienne below and two stove, and a kitchen,
known by the name of the Trough Creek Par
nonage. The lot on Which the house stands
contains more than an acre 6f gemd land, and
would be an admirable situation for a mechanic
of almost any kind, as it is in the centre of a
moral add thickly settled neighborh6bd:
tetets. , —One hundred dollars to be paid
about the time of the sale, end the balance in
equal annual instalments
131 i AND.
September 18, 1810.
fitintlngdon County, se,
~ , ..., At an Orphans' Court held at
Iv Iluntingdon in and for the said cowl
: (... i ty, on the second Monday and 13th
1. ... day of Atigtist A..D. 1849, before
the Hon. George Taylor, Esq., and
James Gwin, and John Sewart, Es
And now, to wit : the 20th day of August,
A. D. 18.19, on motion of J. Sewell Stewart,
Esq., the Court awarded a Rain on the heirs
and legal representatives Of William Ewin g ,
dec'd to come intu Court on the firsf dal' 6f next
term, and accept or refuse the real estate OT the
said dec'd at the valuation thereof by the Pnqtti- ,
sition returned into the office of the Clerk of
the said Court, to wit: at the sum of nine thou
sand and forty-six dollars ; and ordered that no
tice be served personally on all interested liVing
in the county, and six weeks notice in ontnews
pap, published in the county, one copy of
which to be sent to thotte residing out or the
c°""t ir . om ß tle the re C co o rt ce
, i s Ted by
M. F. CAMPBEL'L', PBELti C feint.
Wake Oitilens i Wake up
Wonderful Reduction in the Prices of
Clothing at the Hall of Fashion ! !
Does not produce an excitement eqt4.l to that
of cheap Heady-made Clothing Mkt Lopening at
the , Hall of Fashion.' by B. & W. SNARE,
corner Room of Snare'ir 14014, opposite John
htinkfsl for peal favOrs, we respectfully in
vrm our customers and the public generally that
we have just received and are now opening a
splendid assortment of
Fall and Winter Clothing,
Our stock consists of fine black French Dress
and Frock Coats, Drab French, Beaver and
Macksnaw Over-coats, Tagllona al.d blacit cloth
Sacks, Cloaks of all kinds, eueiness Coats, Pea
" : ; assortment of cassimsre Pants, consist
ing Of fdto black, medium, fancy trench of dd . -
ftreftt Styfes—und cassinets, A great aariety of
V. 7."..:7P.' h effmg"arfti7 " 3: * r= n nrt; rj.11.:.. 0..6-
%4 'Wilco en d Cattail:Snit under/361r, Dra•rera
end Stockings. flosonid, colts, French and
other Suspenders. A St.e assortment of boy's
Nov styles of Hats and Caps. Roots & Shoes,
Umbrellas, &c.. in feet eveiy thing usually kept
in Ready-made Clothing Stores, and of qualities
calculated to please and accommodate the public.
if you wish to keep tap with the times and
fashions, call at the “Hail of Fashion."
B. & W. SNARE;
HE Undersigned auditor appointed by the
df Common Pleas of Huntingdon coun
ty to report prior liens and such facts as ale ne
cessary to enable said court to determine and
decree the application of the half yearly instal
ments, paid; and to be paid, by Brice Blair and
William Madden, Terre Tenants of the real es
tate levied Upon by virtne of two writs of
Fieri Facias issued out of sai.t Court on Judg
ments Nos. 72 & 73 of January Term 1847, ex
tended, &c. &c., hereby gives notice that he
will attend for that purpose on Tuesday the 90th
inst. at two o'clock in the afternoon at his of
fice in the borough df Huntingdon, When and
Where all Perkins interested can attend if they
JOHN REED, Auditor
Huntingdein, Oct. 2, 1819.-It.
dirdit or's .1 oriee.
'TIE Undersigned Aud,tof, ititointed by the
Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, to dis
ttibute the balance in the hands of John Hirst,
administrator of the estate of Elizabeth Wilson,
late of West township in Said county, deceased,
amongst thoe® entitled thereto, hereby gives no
tice that he will attend for that purpose, on
Monday, the 22d ,lo of October next, at ten
o'clock in the fdrenoon, at his office in the bo
rough of Huntingdon, when and where all per
sons interested can attend if they think proper.
JOHN REED, Auditor.
September 25th, 1849-It.
VoTIcE is hereby given that the undersigned
Auditor, appointed by the Court of Corn
nioti Pleas of Huntingdon county, to distribute
the proceeds arising of certain Real Estate, sold
es the property of John Snyder, with notice to
all other terre tenants, will attend for that pur
pose at his office in the Borough of Huntingdon,
on Tuesday, 90th October, 1849, when all in
terested can attend if they see proper.
A. W. BENEDICT, Auditor.
Sept. 25th, 1849-4 t.
A tidilor's Notice.
THE undersigned Auditor, appointed'. by the
Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon
county, to distribute the proceeds of the Sher -
ill's sale of the real estate of Joseph Vance
amongst those entitled thereto, hereby gives
notice that he will attend for that purpose ore
Tuesday the 19th day of October next, at Iwo'
o'clock in tire afternoon, at his office in the bo
rough of Hantingdon, When and where all per
sons ineereated can attend ' if they think proper.
Jai-ir REF.D, AUditor..
September 25th 18d9.
UHF. undeWigne(lAuditor,appointed by tha
Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county,
to distribute the proceeds of the Sheriff's sale
of the real estate of David S. Vance amongst
those entitled thereto, hereby gives notice that
he will attend for that purpose, on Friday, the'
19th of October next, at 2 o'clock in the after
noon, at his office in the borough of Huntingdon,.
when and Where all persons interested can at ,
tend if they think proper.
JOHN ItEED, Auditor.
September '26, lam-