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fr7-The quantify of Coddles exported
from Cincinnati during the six months
ending on the Ist inst., was 38,568 box
es. During the same period the exports
of Soap amounted to 10,587 boxes—be
ing an increase over the exports of both
these articles during the corresponding
six months of fifty per cent.
SALARIES IN CALIFORNIA. --The pres
ent officers of the California Senate re
ceive the following salaries : J. F. Howe,
Secretary, $2B per day;.W. B. Olds,
Assistant Secretary, $22; Mr. Dexter,
Engrossing Glerk, $22; Mr. Luckitt,
Enrolling Clerk, $22 ; Mr. .Austin, Ser
gennt-at-,A,‘ rim, $ 22; Mr. Russell ; Door
Il erdeic, Huntingdon county, on Friday
15th inst., RICHARD PLOWMAN, aged 40
in this borough on Sunday the 24th instant,
Dr. hum HENDEUSON, in the 76th year of his
The deceased was a native of Shippensburg,
hilt for more than half a century has been a res
ident of Huntingdon. He practiced medicine
with great success—indeed was at the head of
his profession. He was a man of strict integ
rity and great decision of character. He was
religiously educated, his parents being exempla
ry members of the Presbyterian Church, and it
will be consilling to his surviving friends to know
that, although he had made rid ,üblic profession
Of religion by connecting himself with the
Church, he, in his lasi illness, which was pro
tracted-,-being a disease of the: lungsexpressed
his entire reliance on the tileiits and mediation
Of the Hedeemer, and hii hOpe of salvation
through Him. • 0.
In Vtferaversville, California, on the 27th of
Noveniber, JACOB D. ROYER, formerly of Para
dise Fbrnace, in this county, aged about 27
The deeea§ed was a native of Montgothery
ty, Ile was a ycillng Mail of great
promise, and his untimely death will be regret
ted by all who knew him.
THE Veers Or die broligh of HitntingdAn fa:
vnrable to the erection of a Tchtn Hall, Market
House, and file enrdrcernent df Market LavVsi
are reque6ted to meet at the Court Hodse, on
Thuradal' evening neit, for the purpose of nom.
inating a Burgess and Council ticket.
March 26, ISO.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
rpHAT sealed proposals will he received at
I the house of James Chambeilain, in War
rioromark town, up to 4 o'clock P. M., of Satur
day, the 6th riot of April next, for the construc
tion of from 8 to 10 miles of the Spruce creBk and
Philipaburg Turnpike road, coniitiehrihk at the
Spruce creek'and aterstreet Turnpike'. Plans.
specifications and conditions will be .1111)11.1 ou
day of letting. Security will be required from
contractors for the fulfilment of their contracts.
JACOB Sr MATFERN,
-March 26, IFSO
EMO VA L,
Scott's Watch, Clock, and Jewelry
IMS REP CM - 1-12.1.... 8
HAS been removed from the corner
opposite William Dorris' Store to
to the room formerly wcupied as the Post Of
fice, directly opposite the Sons of Temperance
Hall. His friends and the public arerespect
invit.,ltp give a cell.
March 20, 1820.
IitOtICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
rPHE subscribers to the capitol stock
of the Spruce Creek and Philipsburg
Turnpike Hoot t otripany, will take notice that
nri Instalment of ten per cent. on their stuck will
be required to be paid to the subscriber in War
riorsmark town, on the first Monday of each
month successively until all is paid, commen
cing on the first Monday in May next. A fail
tire to comply will subject the subscribers to
the payment of the penalty of dne per cent. per
month according to the provisions of the acts of
Assembly in this case made and provided.
BENJ. F. PATTON,
March 26, 1850. Treasurer.
ftt SPECTFULLY infothis the citizens of
Huntingdon and vicinity, that he will open
e Storeroom at Gout's Hotel, while htt will offer
for stile daring next April Voila
OP EVERY VARIETY SIZE AND
A new invention of Spebtaties, for distant of
ChM reeding, with gold, silver, tortoise-shell anti
rteel frames, and a new and improved assurttirent
of Perifocal ground Hint ulasitea of his dwn man
ufacture. tie Would particularly call the atten
tion of the public to his
SPECTACLES FOR NEAR SIGHTED PERSONS
and for persons whu have been operated upon
fur the cataract of the eye, and to his now kind
raging:tea and t. oneervers of the sight made of
the heal dint and azure Glass. Good Glasses
may be known by their shape, exact mare,
sharp and highly polished surface. The quali•
ties are to be found in a high degree in Wag's...
apso,, Spy and Quizzing Glasses, of
every size and quality ; 'Telescopes,
.magnifying and Opera Gldsses i
Microscopes, &c., &c,
with different powers, together with every verie-
Sy of articles in the Optical line not mentioned.
re Optical and other instruments and Glass
es carefully repaired on abort null.). He can
sheep; seleCt glasses to suit the vision of the
person, es be eels them, upon the first trial. He
will remain in Huntingdon but a short time, du
ring Court session, and those in. want of the
abovearticles will please give Win a call. He
will if required, go to any respectable house
where his services may be wonted.
DR. JOHN P. DORSEY,
TJAVING located himself in Huntingdon, re
11:spectfully bells leave to offer his profes
sional services to the citizens, and vicinity.
Office in the new Brick Row, nearly opposite
the Court House.
Huntingdon, March 5, 1835.
LAST FAST CLOTHING LINE.
Ifi*kti• 11 , 1
D. & W. SATARA
eve just received and are now open%
ins a well selected and marnmdth
spring anti Summer Clothing,
for men and boys. consisting of every thing usu
ally kept in clothing stores, unit a variety of fan
ry articles unusually kept in theist. Our stook
is superior to .y other ever brought to Hun
tingdon, and is not inferior to any other ever
between Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
Presuming it unnecessary to enumerate a long
list of low pi ices, as the establishment has keen
long and ritt,t ably known as the louse for sel
ling cheap and fashionableclo thing.
B. & IN: SNARE
Much 25, 1850-3 m
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
JOHN STONE it SONS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
SILKS, RIBBONS AND MILLIN Kilt GOODS,
No. 45 South Second Street,
e c r : l l: t
i a n t g t e
r n h t e i o c n o
i ty f Merchants and ,
to their large
and rich assortment of
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS,
received by late arrivals f. am France, such as
Glace for casing bonnets,
Fancy Bonnet and Cap Ribbons, •
Plain Mantua and Sattin Ribbons, front No. 1
to No. 12,
French and American Artificial Flower - li,
White and colored Crapes,
French ( hip Hats,
Fancy bete Mid Laces,
Fancy Trimmings, Quilling., Crowns, Tips,
Covered Whalebones, Buckranis, Cane, &c.,
Together with every articlh stptitaining to the
March 26, 1850.—1 m.
LIS vsa la ria clm IZEI
Book and Stationary Depot.
rrHE subscriber respectfully informs
the citizens of Huntingdon and its
vicinity. thr t he has commenced horsiness in tile
eland formerly occupird by I. Dorland, opposite
Cout's Hotel, and haring made arrangements
with the Philadelphia Merchants to have con
stantly on hand, upon commission, the following
general assortment of
consisting of Ledgers, Day Books, receipt, pars
books and Justices Dockets. Al.—every de
scription of writing arid deed paper, white and
colored pasteboard, plain and perforated [instal
board, tissue paper, d.c.c,
BLANK DEEDS &C.,
Black, blue and red inks ; ink powder, quills, wa
fers, inkstands, steel pens, sand and 3.nd boxes,
lead pencils, Indian rubber; water colors, slates
and slate pencils.
of every Jeecription, of late editions kept con
stantly on hand.
LARGE rfiiiiitit BIBLE%
Pocket Bibles and Testaments, Hymn and
Psalm Books, Prayer Books, are.,
Fancy Note Paper and Envelops,
o f every variety, A !bums, portfolios, pocketbooks,
annuals, fancy boxes, wafers and sealing wax,
visiting cards, bead purses, penknifes and every
variety of fancy goods.
Novels, Song Books, Music, ,7Vliscela•
neous works, &c,
consisting of extracts for tho liondkerchief,
Soaps, Shaving Cream, Cologne, &c.
Also—Cigars of the choicest brands, Chew
ing tobacco, etc.
HORACD W. SMITH,
SHAD', CODFISHi I Constantly on hand and
SALMON, for sale by
HERRINGS, ' J. PALMER & Co.
PORK, Market Street Wharf,
HAMS AND SIDES, PHILADELPHIA.
LARD & C.HEESE, J March 20, 1850.-3 m.
HUNTINGDON ,ANb BROAD-TOP.
DooKs will ho opened to receive subscrip
t) lions for stock in the Huntingdon and Brent!
Top Railroad, Company at the public house of
Thomas V% oilmen in the borough of Huatingdon
on Monday the 22d day of April, at Bedford
Forge in the county or Bedford on Friday the
19th day of April, and et Martinsburg, Blair Cu.
on Friday the 26th day of April next. Some of
the undersigned t oinmissioners will attend at
the times and places above mentioned, to receive
the suliscriptions of all person* entitled by law
to eubscsibe for stock in said company:
Thos. Fisher, Isaac Conk,
A. I'. Wilton!, 'Jos. C•issman,
John G. Miles, James Saxton,
John McCahan, James Entriken,
David Blair , John Ker,
Levi Evans, Alex. King,
Jacob Crime well, Matthew M. Peebles
James Patton, Commissionrrs.
March 16, 1660.
By the Sheriff of Bedforti County.
Dvirtue of an order in Partition of the Court
of Common Pleas of Bedford County, to me
directed, there will be exposed to Public Sale,
at the Bedford Forge, in Hopewell Township;
Bedfoid County, on Friday the 10th day of April;
A: D., 1950, at 10 o'clock, A . M., the lolftwrini
described tracts of land, viz':
No. 1. One tract of land containing 237 acres
mill 00 perches, about 50 acres cleated and ifiider
felice with a Two Story Stone and Weather
hoarded Dwelling House,o fire Forge, Iron house,
large Coal House of Stone, Blacksmith's Shop,
Carpenter's Shop, Store House and Office, large
Stone Smoke House, Granaries; Stabling for
about 30 head of horse; 13 Tenant Houses; Saw
Mill, and other out-buildings therechl erected,
also, a good apple orchard ; sitifate on both sides
of "Yellow Creek," in Hopewell Toftship, of
fording the best water power in Pennsylvania,
and well kndwn as the Bedford Forge Pro'ilerty.
No. 2. One other tract of land adjoining the
above, being part of a tract of land granted by
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to Edmund
Milne, containing 107 acres and 0 perches, more
or less, with the improvements.
No: 3. One other'tract of land, adjoining the
above, bring part of a tract of land ibr which a
patent was granted to John King and Peter
Swoope, said part containing 237 acres, more or
less, with the improvements.
No. 5. One other beet of land, adjoining the
purchased from John Snider, by deceas
ed, recorded in Book d, page 1123, containing G 8
acres and 48 perches, more or less, with the
No. 6. One other tract of land, sitifate in the
Gap of Tussey's Mountain, on both sides of Yel
low Creek, surveyed on a Warrant granted to
Samuel Davidson, co'ntairiiilg ill acres and 120
perches, more or less.
No. 7. One other tract of land, situate in said
Township of Hopewell, between Tussey's Motin
tain and Coote Hill, on Chesil& 'bin, purchased
from John McElney, by deceased, recorded in
Book W, page 423, containing 106 itires, more
No. 8. One other tract or land, situate in said
Township, adjoining lands of John fipef, Wil
liam Piper and others, granted by the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania to Samuel Livingston,
by patent dated, 11th February, 1841, contain
ing 439 acres and 129 perches, more or less.
No. 9. One other tract of land, adjoining the
above, granted to the said Samuel Livingston,
by patent dated 13th March, 1810, containing
151 acres and 130 perebes, ~fore or less.
Nd. 10. One other tract of fund adjOining tract
in pOrpart No. 8, surveyed on a Wartent in the
name of Anna Cdok, containing 93 acres and 157
perches, more or less.
Nu. 11. One other Tract rif land, situate iir
Providence Township, in said County, surveyed
on a Warrant in the name of John Moore, dated
Ist March, 1791, cciniaining 400 acres, more or
No. 12. One other trek of land, situate in
Hopewell Township, adjoining lands of Frede
rick Dobbs, Daniel Steel, Lane's Heirs and eth
ers, purchased from Alexander Reed, containing
289 acres and 96 perches, more or less.
No. 11. One other tritet df land, surveyed on
a Warrent in the name of John Foster, dated list
June, 1793, containing 215 acres and 80 perches,
more or less.
No. 15. One other tract of land, adjoining the
above, surveyed on a Warrant to John Foster,
dated 20th June, 1780, containing 80 acres, more
No. 17. One other tract of land, surveyed nn
a Warrant to Philip Dykes,dated 29th June, 1790
ccintaining •103 acres, and 19 perches, more or
No; 19. One other tract of land, being moun
tain land, adjoining purport, No. 1, surveyed on a
Warrant in the name of Stephen Moder, contain
ing 402 acres and 57 perches, More or less.
Ncl: 29. One other tract of mountain land ad
joining purport, No. 27, and situate in Ravin'G
Gap, surveyed on a Warrant in the name of Hai,
nab Montgomery, containing 432 acres and 62
perches, more or less.
No. 43. A tract of land situate in Middle
Woodberry Township, Bedford County, adjoin
ing lands of David Stuckey, George Replogle
and others, containing 987 acres, more or less,
being part of a larger Tract stirveyed on a :War
rant in the name of John Replogle dated May
6th, 1766, about 130 acres of which is cleared
and under fence, with two Log Dwelling Houses
Double Burn and other out-buildings thereon
erected, also an apple orchard,
Being that part of the lands in said Writ men:
Honed, not taken by the Heits at the apPraise
1 Emus or SALE. -One third of the putehase
mnony in hand and the balance in two equal annm
al payments thereafter, without interest, ,to be
secured by Judgment Broils or Bonds and Mort
gage before the acknowledgement of Dee . tis.
ANDREW J. SNIVELY, Sheriff
Sheriff's Oft,, Bedford, March 8, MO.
riiirE semi-annual Exhibition of Milnweud
I Academy will take place on
lrednesday, the 27th inst., at 11 o'clock A. 111.,
commencing with the anniversary Address before
the Literary Societies of the Institution, and af
ter various exercises in declamation and com
position, concluding with a debate upon the
subject of slavery. The friends and patrons of
the institution, and the community generally,
are respectfully invited to be present.
March 19, 1850.
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES.
IHE undersigned, having lately dissolved the
partnership existing between them, have
still on hand a number of CARRIAGES AND
BUGGIES of superior finish, which they wish
to dispose of, to which they respectfully invite
the attention of purchasers. Any person need
ing a Catrisg.6 or 13}iggy should give them a
call as they will sell on the most reasonable
ADAMS & BOAT,
March 19, 1850
rpHE undersigned having been appoint
ed". by the Judges of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Huntingdon county, an Auditor to
distribute the itrdceedS arising fro/ th sale of
the personal property of Frederick H. Jen n ings,
will attend for that purpose at his office in Hun•
tingdon on Friday the sth dsy of April next at
2 o'clock P. M., where all persons interested
can attend if they see proper.
JOHN SCCiTT, jr.
March 12, 1850.-It.
Estate of Samnel Steel, deed.
LL persons interested in the estate of Sam.
net Steel, late of the borough of Hytititip
oh, in the county of Huntingdon, dre'd, ere
hereby notified that letteta testamentary an the
estate of said deceased, was this day granted by
the Register assail county, to the (wheel ihers.—
An persons having claims or demands against
the estate of said decedent, a re hereby notified to
make known the earns withoutAelay to thesub
scribers residing ill the borough. of Huntingdon
aforesaid, where those indebted to said decedent
are also notified to calf and pay the sums duo by
them respectively. JAMES °WIN. •
GEO. A. STEM.,
%larch •4, I 850. Executors,
BY virtue of sundry Writs of vend.ex.
and lee. fa. noiv rn ni'y frauds;
will sell et the Court House, in the bur
lough of Huntingdon, on Monday the Bth
day of April next, at 10 o'eloelt, P.M.,
at Public Vendue or outcry, thb fallonr•
leg described Property, viz
All the aircndnnea right, title and Intetest iii
and In certdin beet of land, situate in Brady
township, Huntingtlbh county, containing about
109 acres, more or less, adjoining lands cf James
Lane, David Milliken, Jounce Irvin c 4, Gr., hav
ing thereon erected a Log House and rabid
barn, apple orchard— about 30 acre, cleared.
&lied. taken in execution and to be told as the
property of :lames Kelly.
All defendant's right, tit'e and interest . M and
to a cerium lot of ground,situate in liollensburg,
in the township of Walker, containing 60 lent in
front, running back 165 feet, and No. 5 accor
ding to the plarl of said town, adjoining Janice
Campbell, and John Shriver, haAtfri thereon
articled a teto story frame dwellleg house, two
shops, it good well of water and lump in well,
lot paled and in good condition. t-:eizeil and ta
ken in execution, and to be sold as the property
of Daniel Storer.
Two lots of ground in the Borough of Alex
andria, being lots No. 18 and 17 in the new
town plot of said borough. fronting each sixty
feet upon the turnpike, and extending bock 260
leef, ddjoining a lot of Samuel Spyker on the
east and - street on the west, having thereon
erected a two story plastered dwelling house,
a frame kitchen and o stable. Seized and taken
in execution, and to be sold as the property of
Jacob Bough. _
A certain tract of land, situate ir. Barree and
West townships, II uniingdon, county, contain
ing orio hundred and thirty-six acres, more
less, bounded by lands of John Horning. Wil
liam Couch jr., Henry Sower, and lands of Wil
liam Couch and Adath Cohn's heirs, now ih
the possession of Nicholas Decker and fortnirly
owned by Valentine Peightal. To be sold in
pursuance of a writ of potation on order of sale.
All that certain one story brick plastered buil- .
ding in the borough of Huntingdon, fronting on
Hill street, hotelmen Hill and Allegheny streets.
adjoining lots of A. P. Wilson and lot claimed
by li. H. & %Vim NWT urtrte, being in front on
said Hill dlrhet 50 feet; depth 34 feet, with chan
cel and vestry idorn 15 feet square, end the lot
and piece of ground appurtenant thereto. Seized
and taken in eirecntion, and to be sold oa the
property of the Rector and Church Ward,. and
Vestrymen of St. John's Church, Huntingdon,
owners or reputed owners, and Charles It. Calla
All that certain trnct or parcel of lam] lying
on Stone mountain, in dackson township, con
taining 437 acres, more or less, adjoining lands
df Robert Cummins and others, warranted in the
name of Jonathan Priestly, hying no iMprove
mums thereon. eeized, taken in execution, and
to be sold as the property of F. A. Jennings
Hantingdon, March 12,1850.
E. C. SummEns. J. N. BALL
CARRIAGE & WAGON-111ANUFACTORY.
Summers clic Nail,
I N ( MO P =d li ttlltgtht
tools, stock, &e., belonging to the above depart
ment of his business, and that they will curry it on
for the present, in all its various branches, iu
the shop heretofore occupied by Air. Smith. They
are prepared to execute allordete in their line on
the shortest notice and most reasonable terms.
Carriages, Buggies, Wdgons, Sleighs,
earls, Wheelbarrows, Sic.,
. . ,
made to order, of the best materials, dild at I ea
sonable pt ices.
Repairing of oil kinds of telltales, done on the
oThose wanting neat, cheap and durable
articles in their line of business, arerespectfully
requested to glee them Il call.
Feb. 26, 18-50.
EXEC uToP's JVOnt,iP,
Estate of WILL MAI W.E'S TOW late of
Henderson t Huntingdon county, dec'd.
1 0:1; l e e s
t E a m
e i s
ry he r ebyon !raidg n that
i e e.
grunted to the undersigned. All Persons in
debted to said estdte tire requested to make im
mediate payment and those haying Claims or tle- 1
mends against the same to present them duly
authenticated for settlement to
March 12, 1850-61. Executor.
oTicE is hereby given to nli per:
sons concerned, 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 conftrffintion and al
lowance, at the Orphans' Court, to be
held at Huntingdon. in and for the cow.
ty of Huntingdon, 4n Wednesday, the
10th day at April next, to wit:
1. James Clark, Executor of the last
will and testament of Elizabeth Shaver,
fate of Shirley township, dec'd.
2. Jotz'n McCulloch, administrator of
John Scullen, late of the Borough of Pe
William Porter, administrator, de
bonis non of Corne lius Davis, late of
Jackson township; dec'd.
Jane Gregory, surviving executor
of the last will and testament of Wes;
ley Gregory, late of West township;
5. ti illiam B. Lens & Samuel McVit
ty, administratm's of Abraham Long, late
of Shirley township, dec'd.
6, Thomas Fisher, Guardian of the
minor children of Jesse Johns, late of
Shirley township, deed.
7. John Maguire, Guardian of the mi
nor Children of George Hyle, late of the
Borough of Alexandria; decd,
8. John Bomberger, and Martin Hou:
ser, administrators of John Bomberger,
late of Warriorsmark township, dec'd.
F. CANIPBELL, Rtg%ster.
Register's Offito )
Reetinghen, March. 12, 1510.
Retailers of Merchandise.
Classification of Dealers and Retailersof Mar
chandize in Huntingdon county, by the Ap•
praiser of Mercantile taxes" fur the year corn•
nrreticing the Ist day df May A. 1). 1850, vii:
Class of License.
Bucher & Porter 12 $l2 50
John N Swoope .‘ 12 50
Charles Porter 13 10 00
DorriS & Walker /0 00
Michael Sissler 14 7 OtS
George B Young « 7 00
A %V Grail* & Co.* 14 10 50
John Cresswell Sr Co. " 750
Gillam & Frank a 7 00
Irvine J J & Co. 13 10 00
Kessler & Brother 12 12 50
do for Put. Med. 4 5 00
Irvine, Green & Co. 13 10 00
Washington Buchanan 14 7 00
do for Par. Med. 4 6 00
Birmingham Bbrough. _
James Clarke . 11 Id 130
James Bell 11 7 00
Ettinger & Brother " 7 00
John 12 Thompson at '7 00
Read & ill'lllluff 1.3 10 00
James Henderson I'4 7 00
E B Orbison & Co. 13 10 00
Thus E Orbison &C. 13 10 00
!sett & Wigton It 10 00
George Sipes 14 . 7 00
David Etnier « 7 00
Brice X Blair & Co 13 10 00
James Cree 14 7 00
r ankl la Toidwhip. --
G& J H Stonebralier 11 15 00
Shorb Stewart & Co. " 15 00
John S Ise 13 10 00
J W !Vattern & Co. 14 7 00
Ism & Harnish SI 7 00
John Conrad 7 00
Huntingdon Bb ough '
Fisher' M'Murtrie & Co 12 12 50
J and % Saxton It 12 50
Gedrgb 0 Will IC 19 50
Dorsey 4. Matruire e. 12 90
Thomas Rend 4. Son 19 10 00
do for Pat. Med. 3 10 00
William Dorris 13 10 00
Moses Struuse 10 00
Peter Swoope If 7 00
Dr William Swoope " 7 00
William Stewart* 10 50
T K Simonton 7 00
do for Pat. Med. 4 5 Oa
A Willoughby 14 7 00 1
B & W Snare 7 00
Jacob Snyder It '7 00
Neff & Miller 11 7 00
James T Scott 7 00
Levi Westbrook ll 7 00
E & A Stewart 14. 7 00
William Cummins IC 7 00
Robert M'Burney It 7 00
John A Wright &Co 13 10 00
Hope Well Township.
Wigton & Moore 19 10 00
James Entrekin 46 10 00
Henry Comprobst 14 '7 00
Geo W Patten & Co. 13 10 00
Geo 11 Steiner 12 12 50
dd for lal. med. 4 9 00
Irvine & Kessler 14 '7 00
Joseph Law ,t 7 00
Steiner & M'Williams " 700
Law & Fetterhoof " 7 00
S Hatfield & Co. 13 10 00
Joseph Green & Co. " 10 00
Abraham Ciessitell — 1:2 12 50
John R Hunter 46 12 50
trine 46 Marks 14 7 00
John Long & Co. 13 10 00
Henry Brewster 64 10 00
John Lutz* 14 10 50
David Fraker o; 7 00
William Johnston ~ 7 00
Samuel H Bell 13 10 00,
Askins St Sharrit 10 00
James Kelly St . _ Ctl.a 15 001
Frank & Neff* 13 15 00
A & E Plummer 44 10 00
A C Blair & Co. 14. 700
Jacob Film alee 7 00
Robert Madden, of H 11 700
Tod Township . .
James Anderson* 14 10 50
Horatio Trexler & Co. i , 700
Mordecai Chilcote 7 Gd
Glasgow & Brother 14 1 00
James Campbell* 13 15 00
Given & Orlady 4, 10 00
Cunningham & Myton 13 10 00
Benj, F: Patton 13 10 00
Abed:logo tevens " IQ. DO
Joseph B Shugerts 14 7 00
William Giles* i. 10 50
Joshua R Cox* II 10 50
Horrell 4. Mytinger 14 700
MSTiLLt II lES.
Robt. and Dan'l Massey 9 8 00
George Bell 8 00
Jas Sz'Jno McDonald 9 8 00
Leonard IVea vet* 10
Isaac 4. John Perghtal lb 5 00
10 5 oci
Classification of Beer, Oyster and Eat.
bag houses, for the year commencing
Ist day of April A. D. 1850, viz t
W U Phlilips
W L Philips
Brady TOwnship. .
James M. Foster
Smith & Hitter
Jno M Cnningham
Rubt De Corsey*
Washington Slssler ,
Warriorsm rk Tp
those otarled (lilts (•) sell liquor
NOTICE IS hereby given to the ibO've named
dealers in MerchandiZe, &c., that 1 wilt attend
at the Commissioners Office in the Waugh of
Huntingdon, on Thursday the 11th dry of April
next, for the purpose of hearing persona whb
may desire to appeal from the above classifica
tion, as the amount of their sales for the
-•- - -
Any person selling Patent Medicines yearly
to the amount Of WO, or more, in connection
with othet merchandize, is required by law, to
pay an additional license. Any person keeping
an Eating House &c, whose yearly sales shall
amount td $5OO or more, of shall carry on a Dis
tillery or 13f,ewery, or shall cell Patent Medi
cines without is license, is liable to be .ihdittett
and tined $2OO Ur more, as provided fdt in the
Act of Assembly passed 10th April Islo.
If the above license fees ate not paid to the
Daitnty Treasurer, dr not exonerated by the
undersigned, he is directed to side fOr and tecov
er the same, adding ten per cent to the licence
for his trouble.
J. SMYTH READ,
A ppr. of Mercantile Taxes
March 19, 1950—tr.
Encourage Your Own Mechanics.
Saddle and Harness Manufactory:
ITOULD respectfully inform his
friends and the public at large, that
he continues the above business in
Main street, Huntingdon, nearly oppo
site the store of Read & Son.
All kinds of HARNESS, and SAD
DLES of a superior kind, BRIbLES,
in short, every thing in his line of bu
siness, will be manufactured on thb
of the best materials,
and as cheap, if not cheaper, that cnn
be had at any ether establishment in
He is thankful for the liberal patron-.
age already extended to him, and hopes
by strict attention to business to receive
a continuance of public faiicir.
1)A large assortment of SADDDES,
READY MADE, always on hind, and made
in superior style.
ID=: Hides, and country produce gen•
erally, taken in exchange for work.
March 5, 1850:
TOWN Lots FOR SALE.
Milt Undersigned, Executors of the
1 last will of Matthew Garner, late of
Penn township, Huntingdon county, dec'd, will
expose to sale on the premises, by public Yen.
din) or outcry, on Saturday the 6th dap of
April next, at 3 o'clock P. M., eight or nine,
town lots, situate in the village of I'vlaiklesburg,
in said township an d county.
TERRI.—One-half of the purchase money of
be paid on confirmation of vale, and the reaiduo
in six months thereafter. Attendance given by
March 5, 1850.
THE undersigned appointed by the
Orphan's Court, Auditor to aseer
tein Ilene or debts against the eaten) of Chau
Brotherline, dee'd, and the amount of ths inter
egt due from said estate to the administrator of .
Elizabeth Brothelliiie,dec'd, and to apportion the
balance ta, and among the heirs or the laid
Charles grotherline, dec J., will' attend far that
purpose* at . his Ace in the borough of Hunting
don col' Saturday the 30th day el' March' next.
at I o'clock P. M. when am} *here all persona
Interested can attend.
R. BRUCE PETETION.
Marcia 5, ieso, Auditor .
rpo the heirs end legal representatives of Al•
exander Ratime) , late of Bpringlield town
chip. Huntingdon county, deceased :
You are hereby notified that the Orphans' .
Courto of said county did at January Term last,
Oath a rule on you to come into said Court on
We Hie first day of April Term (2d Monday of
April) next, and accept or refuse tomato the real
estate of the said Alexander Ramsey, dem:'4l,.at
the valuation thereof ; when and where you may
attend for that purpose if you think Proper.
M CROWNOVER, itheriff.
March 6,1860-4 t.
THE undersigned. appointed Auditor by rfis
Orphans' Court of kiuntingth tt eeusity, to'
marshal the assets, &c., in the hands of Jona
than Elias, Administrator of .Ream EtrAs, late
ofToil township mild county, deceased, hereby
notifies all persons itltorested in said estate, that
he will attend . for the said purpose at his Alen
in jiuntingdoni on Saturday the 90th . day of ,
Match loot., at 10 o'clock in the forencami'of eaiti
day. J. SEWELL szE ART,
Ift nlii.gden, March 5, 1850,,