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List of Letters,
EMAINING in the Post Office at Hunting.
11, don, July Ist, 1850.
A Knox James
Albright Joseph, Kylor George
Artist Dagnenaw, 2 Kemp Joseph
Ashton Charles, King Thomas
Adams & Boat, Kerr Bernard
B Krell Fredk
Bray Michael, L
Brunk Elizabeth P. Leidy Jacob Esq
J3ieber Jacob, Lytle Saml
Bolinger George, Lyons W S Esq
Boyle R. Esq. Langfeld J
Seeker David M. Kambert Rohl.
Blair Alex. C. Esq. Lamed A D
Brandon Win. Lynerd Mathew
Brinker, Anthony & co. 11i
Barns Thornton, Myton & Cunningham
_ ___ C Moore Wm
McDonell Chas 2
Miles Dr Wni
McGowen Andrew Et
Monis, Martin & co
Myers Mary 2
Marshall Rev Wesley
MeDivit R M
Miller Thomas P
McCroskey John A
Cullen Wm. 3
Crawford David 2
Cook M'Mnrgeny, 2
Cornproct & Ellis,
Cenroy Mary Jane,
Duffy Mich. 2
Doerr David, 3
Dodson Miss Ann R.
Eherley Jacob, 2
Ebard Miss Jane,
Eckert Wm. 2
Numer Mrs Mary Janei
Protheroe Thos L 2
Ross John I)
Fallen Mich 2
Striker Make T
C. Smith Peter
Gafney Margaret, (wid)Snowden James 2
Galvin Mich. Styes David
Germrod Valentine, Sipes George
Gleary John, Smith Edward 2
Given G. W. Smith Wm R
Gibson James,• Stevens Orin
Green James, Smith Wm
Gararatt John, Smith Patt
Gaulaher Peter, Smith John
Ganough Joseph, Stewart Samuel Esq
Geffries Chas. Shively John
Hale J J Stewart Rob.rt
Hathaway, Slafford &Stewart Jno G
Lead, Stitt Rebecca
Hoffman Wm. 3 Sisler Mich
Haylet Susanna, Shenefelt Win
Haben Jno. Simpson Ellis
Huntingdon Mr. Stone Martha
Harriet Robt. Snyder Chas
Henderson David, Stever Philip
Henry C. B. Sheriden Catharine
Herepel Adam, Snyder David
Traynor Owen 3
Jackson Thomas, Wagner Jno P
Jackson James, Walters John
Jones Joseph, Walls James 2
Johnston Mrs. J L. Welsh Rev J
Johnston Joseph, White Lucy
Jackson George, Watero Rev Plumer
- Irvin James, White Wm
Inns Wm. Walker Wm
Williams Rachel A
Knight Carolina White Jackson
Kelly James Wood Ebenezer
Kernan James Waldsmith James
Kerry Mich 'Wallace Ed
Persons inquiring for letters on the above lis
will please say they are advertised.
U 7 Two cents in addition to the regular pool
age charged on advertised letters.
PETER C. SWOOPE, P. M.
Huntingdon, July 16, 1850-3 t.
ADJOURNED ORPHANS' COURT SALE,
A Valuable Limestone Farm
I)Y virtue of an ardor of the Orphans' Cow
of Huntingdon county, will be exposed t
public tale, on SATURDAT THE 3D noc Dr At
A TRACT OF LAND,
late the estate of Wm. Ewing, dec'd., situate in
Weal and Barrel) townships. adjoining lands of
John Stryker, Dr. Mordecoi Mooney, Robert
Massey, Jame. Ewing's heirs, and others, con
taining 226 ACRES, more or less; a largo
part of which is cleared and in a good ~,,
state of cultivation, with an ORCII
ARD of good fruit thereon, and a two .
story stone DWELL
ING HOUSE. and a largo trains
bank Born thereon erected; aloe
corn crib, wagon shed, spring house
and other buildings.
The above is [innate in a line sett lament, and
the land is of the beet finality, and is one of the
most valuaable farms in Huntingdon county.
TIMMS or Seta.—One third of the purchase
money to be paid on confirmation of the vale;
one third in ono year thereafter, with interest,
and the remaining third at and immediately after
nhe death of the widow of said deceased, the in
terest thereon to be paid to the said widow an-I
nually and regularly during her life, the whole to
be secured by the bonds and mortgage of the
By the Court. M. F. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
Attendance given by
JAMES EWING, Administrator.
.luly 16, 1850,—te.
BY Virtue of sundry write of Vend.,
Exp., to me directed, will be ex-'
posed to public sale on Monday the 12th
day of August.next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
tat the Court House, in the Borough of
;Huntingdon, at public outcry, the fol
'lowing described property, viz:
All that certain tract or parcel of land, situ
linte in Cromwell township, containing 130 acres,
'more or less, adjoining lands of Itezekiah Rick -1
as, Samuel Booker, Philip Hooper and others,l
rabout 75 acres of which are cleared, having
;thereon erected Melinda Forge and several othe
buildings and other improvements.
!Also—A tract of land situate in said town
ship, surveyed in the name of Sarah Ashman,
,containing 180 acres and 75 perches, adjoining
the above mentioned tract, Dutton Lane and
Also—One other tract of land held by im
provement, in the name of William Moore, sit
,uate in said township, lying along the Black
1 - ,og mountain, adjoining James Bell, Esq.,
Benedict Stevens, Esq., Geo. Sipes and others,
containing No acres, more or less, together with
gall and singular the water privileges thereto at
;tached and belonging, as the property of David
N. Carothers, now in the possession of Blair &
'Madden, terre tenants.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as
the property of David N. Carothers.
A certain tract of land in Union township,l
Huntingdon county, adjoining lands of M. F.
'Campbell, Jacob Miller and others, about 116;
'acres more or less, having thereon elected a log'
`house and log barn. from 60 to 70 acres cleared.'
Seized, taken in executior. and to be sold as i
the property of James Fields.
All the defendants right, title and interest ink
ind to all that certain tract of land situate in;
iTell township, Huntingdon county, containing
shout 250 acres, adjoining lands of Samuel Wat
ptere, Benjamin Briggs, Jacob Hegie and others,
having thereon erected a log plastered dwelling
house and log barn about 150 acres cleared, good
`,apple orchard and peach orchard on said premi
Seized, taken in execution and to sold as the
iproperty of Daniel Shoop.
All the delendan 4 ts L ri S gh ° t ' title and interest
and to all that certain tract of land situate in
I llentlerson township, HunCrigclon county, con
taining about 160 acres more or less, known as
'the farm of John McCartney, late of Header
:son township, dec'd, adjoining lands of Andrew,
Allison, Dav id Thompson and others, having
erected a two story log dwelling house,
'log barn about 130 acres cleared.
Seized, taken in'execution and to be sold as
, tlie property of Robert Mc C artney.
1 ... . _ . . —IILSO,—.
All defendants right title and interest in andl
to all that certain tract of land situate in Jackl
ion township, fluntingdon county, lying on the
'ntere of Stone creek, containing abOut 150!
!acres, adjoining lands of Robert Cummins, R.
IMcßurney, Hugh Smith, having thereon erected
/a two story plastered house, log barn, apple or
chard, about 100 acres cleared.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as
ithe property of Joseph Vance. •
- T aLso,—
All that certain lot of grOund situate in West'
township, Huntingdon county, containing 60 fee l
in front, running back about 160 feet, fronting
on the great road from Petersburg to Monroe
Furnace, adjoining William Moore near McMiir
,trie's tavern, having thereon erected a two story
frame dwelling house, lot fenced in.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as
the property of John Nelson.
1• . .
A tract, piece or parcel of land situate in Tod',
township, Huntingdon county, containing 102' ,
acres, more or less, about 60 acres of which are
cleared, adjoining lands of Ephraim Yingling,
William Steel's heirs, and other lands—near the
Bedford county line—having thereon erected a
;two story log house, a small barn, and a fulling)
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold a:
the property of John Yon and William Yon, whc
survived John Yon, sen.
All defendants right title and interest in and'
to all those certain two lots of ground situate in
West township, in the borough of Petersburg,
Huntingdon county, containing each 6d feet in
front, store room, ;‘;tire house - , a log dwellin
house and a two story brick dwelling house
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold a!
the property of Joseph M. Stevens.
M. CROWNONER, Sheriff.
Huntingdon, July 10, ' 1850. t
Segars, Tobacco, &c.
ITUST received and for sal: at the Hun
r tingdon Book Store, the largest and i
!roost general assortment of SEGARS, ever
I brought to Huntingdon. Also, a lot of German)
iMeercham Pipes end Turkish Tobacco. Segni]
! cases, snuff and snuff boxes, and in fact every!
' ,thing the tobacco user can wish.
July 16, 1850.
It lAME to the residence of the subscriber, re
siding in Union township, Huntingdon coun
ty, on Wednesday July 11, 1850, an old GREY
MORSE, with ring -bone on one foot. The owner
;will please come forward, prove property, pay
charges, and take said horse away, otherwise he
!will be disposed of according to law.
July 10, 1850.] JOHN HAMPSON.
KESSLER & BRO.,
MILL CREEK, HUNTINGDON CO.,
HAVE on hand a most extensive stock of
Goods, selected with the view of accomo
dating everybody. Their stock consists in part o
Dry-Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Queensware, Boots and Shoes, Salt,
Fish, Plaster, 4w. 4w.
All of which they will sell as cheap and or
,as accommodating terms as any other store it
[the county. They have recently received
(Varga stock of new goods, and will keep up thei,
Assortment by frequent fresh supplies from thr
!07 - The highest price paid for Grain and!,
country produce generally.
TO THE LADIES:
Just Received at the Elephant.
ElllllllolDen en Fatigue Bonnets, a beautiful
Black and Chatnelion silk Mantilla..
Polka Drees Caps. Madona Dress Cape.
Jenny Lind Sacks.
17 Also a further supply of Levy Lawns and
Coronation Luetres, &c.
July 9, 1850.
I3EAUTIFUL lot of LAnnrs DRESS Goons just:
D arrived and for sale by
July 2, 1850, J. & Slocros.
NOTICE it hereby given to all persons inter l
ested, that the following named persons hone
twilled their account. in the Registor's Office, at
Huntingdon, and that the said accounts will be
presented for confirmation and allowance, at al,
Orphans' Court to be held at Huntingdon, in
'and for the said county of Huntingdon, on
Wednesday the 14th day of August, to wit:
I. John Cresswell, Jr. Esq., Administrator de
i lmnis non of Hezekiali Ricketts, late of Shirley
i township, deed.
2. Samuel M'Kiiistry, Trustee appointed to,
sell the Real Estate of Ri dney M'Kinstry, dee'd.
3. Andrew Praker, Administrator of Andrew'
Fraker, late of Dublin township, dec'd.
4. John Long, Administrator of Chriatian
Long, late of Shirley townehip,dec'd.
5. Lewis Darkstreaser, acting Administrator o
Lewis Dsrkstresser, dec'd., who was acting AdJ
ministrator of Jatnes N. Thompson, late of Shir
•ley township, dec'd.
6. Hiram Williams and Samuel Miller, Ad
ininistrators de bon is non with the will annexed
of Nicholas Grafi., late of West tp. dee'd.
7. Charles Green and Henry M'Cracken, Ex
ecutors of the last will and testament of Elisha
rG rear:, late of West township, deed.
8. Enoch Chilcote, Administrator of John
Chileote, lute of Union township, deed.
9. Andrew S. Harrison, Administrator of John•
Yocom, late of Walker township, dec'd.
10. Samuel P. Wallace, surviving administra
tor of Michael Wallace, late of Morrie town
11. Alexander Stitt and Jacob Ha rncame, ad
min istratom of Henry Neff, deed., who was one
of tho administrators of Michael Wa:lace, late of
Morris township, deed.
12. M'Nite, Guardian of Evelina,
Oliver, Martha, Henrietta and Alexander Price,
minor children of Elijah Price, late of Cromwell
13. James Potter, Guardian of Maria J. Moore,
minor child cf Silas E. Moore, late of Hollidays
burg, Blair county, dec'd.
14, James Potter, Guardian of Lucretia E•
Moose, minor child of Silas E. Moore, late of
Hollidaysburg, Blair county, dec'd.
15. James Potter, Guaidian of William H
Moore, minor child of Silas E. Moore, late 01
Hollidaysburg, Blair county, dec'd.
16. lames - Potter, Guardian of J. Blair Moore!
minor child of Silas E. Moore, late of Hollidays
burg, Hlair county, dec'd.
17. James Potter, Guardian of Thomas J.
Moore, minor child of Silas E. Moore, late of
Hollidaysburg, Blair county, dec'd.
18. Susan Hampson, .Administratrix of Adam
Hall, late of the borough of Huntingdon,dec'd.
M. F. CAMPBELL, Register.
Register'. Office, Huntingdon, t
July 13, 1850.
Public School Teachers Wanted.
T E i
i T u e n ac ti h n e g r d s oi w , a a n nd ted lle fo n r de t r h . e on p i u . b . li n c si q p .--
h . oole
Application to be made in writing to the subscri
ber, or to John Reed, jacob Miller and John
iScott, Escers., in Huntingdon, who ate a commit.
tee appointed by the Board of Directors for the
,purpose of examining the abilities and qualifica
tions of Teachers, on or before the 15th day of
Schools to commence on the Ist Monday o
D. BUOY, Sec'ry.
_ 1 312 3 Li GM) L..z.SC3E) LP.
WHERF.Stoves, Plough s , Castings,Spout .
ingB.eanbe 2 giicpertaia
any other place
July 9, 1850.
This excellent compound, winch never fails in
the cure of Fever and Ague, is for sale by the
proprietor'. agents. T. HEAD & Sox, Hunting.
don; L. G. KIiSBLEII, Mill Creek, J. 11.STxtrau
!ID - WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH ME,
Doctor ? What is the cause of this sallow com
;pletion, jaundiced eye, depression of spirits, pain
c'i a the aide and shoulder, weariness of body, bit
ter taste in the mouth ? Such is the inquiry,
and such the symptoms of many a sufferer. I
is the liver which is affected, and the Cholagogu
is the remedy, always successful in curing it.—
Try it, and judge for yourselves. For sale by
the above named agents.
LE?" BETTER PIE THAN LIVE, IF I AM TO
be tortured from day to day with tide horrible
Ague, exclaim the poor sufferer whose life ho
become a burden to him, from the rocking per
oxysms of an intermittent, and whose confidenc
in human aid is destroyed by the failure of rem
educe to produce the promised relief. ....inch has
been the situation of thousands who ate now re
joicing in all the blessings of health from the
use of Dr. Osgood's Indian Cholagogue. In no
instance doe. it fail to effect a speedy and per
Imanent cure. Forsale by above named agents.
"How few who think aright among the thinking
How many never think,but only think they do.'
Kr THE SENTIMENT IMPLIED IN THE
E bone exclamatio. , is on no subject more fully
/ exemplified than on that of health. Put few
give it a single thought and fewer still reflect
/upon it with the observation and good sense
which matters of minor consequence receive.—
IA s observation teaches the fact that Dr. Osgood's
`;lndia Cholagogue is a never failing remedy in
/Fever and Ague, good cense would surely tndi
cote its prompt and immediate use. For sale by
Ithe above named agents.
July 9, 1850.
HW. SMITH has removed his Book and
, Stationary store and Express Office to th
room formerly occupied by Wm. & B. E. M'
Murtrio, as a store, nearly opposite M'Kinney's
Hotel. His position is now more central, and
he invites all wanting any thing In hisline to give
`him a call. [July 2, 1850,
TS hereby given that I have purchased at Con
j stable's sale, the following articles, to wit
One Grey Horse, 1 two horse wagon, 2 sett of
harness, I sorrel Mare, 1 River Flat, and 1 Lot
Chain, and that I have loaned the same to Jo.
seph Mapes. J. F. COTTERELL.
June 18, 1850.-3 t.
AM:: TON Berea Ohio Grindstones, for sal
by J. & W. SAXTON.
July 3, MO..
WHY SO OFTEN UNHAPPY,
THE CAUSES AND THE REMEDY!
MANY and many a wife endure. years of bodily
suffering and of mental anguish, prostrate and be/p
• less, embittering her life, that of her husband, and
:hazarding the future welfare of her children, arising
:from causes which, if known, would have spared the
sa.. m ermff. the anguish to the wife, and to the has•
iband embarrassments and pecuniary difficulties hav
ing their origin in the mind being weighed down and
harassed in consequence of the sickneas of the corn
pallier' of his bosom.
flow important that the causes should be known
to every wife, to every husband, that the dreadful
land harrowing consequences to the health and hop.
pines. of both may be avoided ! Life is toe short and
health too precious to admit any portion of the one to' l
, be spent without the full enjoyment of the other. I
'The timely possession of a little work entitled as
;Mows has been the means of saving the health and
:the life of thousands, as over
iTWO HUNDRED THOUSAND
copies have been !fold since the first edition was is.
The author has been induced to advertise it by
the urgent and pressing request of those who have
been indebted to its publication for all they hold dear
(that all may have an opportunity of obtaining it), and
!who have favored him with thousand. of letters of
!encomium, some of which are annexed to the adver
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BY DR. A. M. MAURICEAU,
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Competence and Health.
"LANCASTER, PA, Oct. 04, 1847.
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O:7"BLANK DEEDS for sale at this office,
G:locks, Watches, Jewelry, &c. &c. MRS. SARAH KULP,
rROM Philadelphia, respectfull. ) . informs the
B. W. GILDE.II., r Ladle; that she has opened e store in the
4„„......N, Will attend to all operations in 'l,',°"-"Vh.'i , Huntingdon,
„. nearly °""ite Conte'
(i, ,,, ,, , nENTisTRy ,
ss pi ugg i ug. tllinel, tor tne sem ot
~ ) ~..,,,,,ii LI
''' Extraeting nod inserting from one linlincl.3, Ti ilnlrings and Fancy Articles.
to a full set of Artificial Teeth. Bhe invites the Ladies to call at her establish..
Also Clocks, Watehos, Jewelry, Musics . inent and examine her stock. Her Bonnets are
Box” &c. neatly repaired and warranted. of the latest Fashion. Bonnets altered and
ajOflice at the residence of Mr. Wright, PE- trimmed to the latest fashion. A lso, bleaching
TERSIWRG, Huntingdon county. and pressing done on rentionith:e terms end at
N. B.—Mr. G. will visit the residence of any „h ot , notice.
person, If requested. _____..____ (June 18, 1850..
Mouths examined and opinions given free o Administrator's Notice
Petersburg, July 2. 1550.—1 m.--pd.
"FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE."
ECONOMY IS WEALTH
IBUY ►VHERE YOU CAN BUY CHEAPEST
AND EVERYBODY SA YS THAT IS AT
Saxton's Cheap C:1811 Store.
&W. SAXTON inform the public that they!
r duet received a splendid assortment of,
the ntost fashionable Goode, consisting of every
vat iety 51 Ladies' and Gentlemens' Dress Goods,)
Fancy Goods, and Dry Goods of all kinds. Also
a fresh and superior assortment of Groceries,
Bonnets, Hats and Caps, Boots & Shoes, Queens
ware, Glassware. Cedar ware, Baskets, and every
kind of goods usually kept in the moat extensive
stores. Having purchased their goods low, they
are determined to sell them very cheap, at only )
20 per cent.
Their oil stock of Goods will be cold at coat
July 2, 1850.
0111P44AN1) coviur SALE.
Y *irtue of an order of the Orphan's Courts
Huntingdon county, will he exposed to sal
1 , the Court House, in Huntingdon, on Tem
Ave usT 13, 1850,
A TRACT Or LAND,
si!uate in Brady township, in said county, cort
mining 188 acres, more or less, adjoining lands
or James Ross,Jesse Yocum, James Ker, James'
NrDonald and others. The said tract of land;
lies along the Kisactiquillas valley, is within a l ,
convenient distance of the Permsyl.. l
Aotir.ry vailia Railroad and canal, and is
q74 4. tiffr ,
which renders it very valuable, and offers a very )
profitable speculation to purchasers.
[The a bo.,re tract will be sold whole, or in pa,
eels to fruit purchasers._
half of the purchase money t(
be paid on confirmation of We, and the residue
in one year thereafter, with interest, to be seen
red by bond and mortgage of the purchaser.
By the Court. M. F. Ckmensia, Clerk.
Attendance given by
WILLIAM V. MILLER,
Administrator of John Wiley. deed.
July 2, IBso.—te.
'Estate of TXO. FLASHER, late of Cromwe,
Letters of Administration have been granted
to the subscribers upon the estate of JOHN
FLA snarl, of Cromwell townshp, deed. All per
sons having claims will present them duly
authenticated, and those indebted are requested
to make payment to
July 2, 1850.--St.—sl.7s
To the Whig voters of Huntingdon County,
FNLLOW-CITIZENR :—At the solicitation ofno
merous friends, I have been induced to offe
snyself as a candidate for the office of COUNT
CONUOIHRIONER, ut the ensuing election, subjec
to the decision of the Whig County Convention
If nominated and elected, I will discharge th
Joaee of the office to the best of my ability.
Shirley township, July 2, 1850.
LOTS IN ALTOONA FOR SALE,
LOTS FOR SALE IN ALTOONA six miles
north of Hollidaysburg, and about one mile north
west of Allegheny Furnace, Blair county.
After the 2lst day of May, the LOTS in said'
TOWN will be open to the public for sale.
It is well known that the Pennsylvania Rail
Road Company have selected this place for the
erection of their main Machine and other Shops'
and are now building the same.
The Rail Road willbe opened early In the Fall
throwing at once a large amount of trade to this
place. The main inducement at this time in of
fering Lots for sale,
being to secure the requis
ite Machinists and Tradesmen, and homes for
the Machinists and other employees of t:ie Rail
Road Company. Early application will secure
Lots at a low price.
For further information apply to C. H. MAY
ER, at Altoona, or to R. A. McMURTRIE,
June -I 1810—tf.
WOULD respectfully inform the public that
he is prepared to serve up ICE CREAM
at his establishment, in the best style. lie has
fitted up a SA LopN especially for the LADIES
and made such arrangements for the accommo
dation of all as cannot fail to please. Ile will
also be prepared to furnish PRIVATE PARTIES.
with any quantity of Ice Cream desired.
May 21, 1830.
Wholesale and Retail
Nu. 238 Market above Seveutb, South side,
A LTHOUGH we can scarcely estimate the
value of Time commercially, yet by calling
at the above establishment, JAMES BARBER
will furnish his friends, among whom heincludes
all who duly appreciate 4st-lo:winces, with a beau
tiful and pmfect INnex for marking its progress,
of whose value they can judge.
His extensive stock on hand, bonstantly chan
ging in conformity to the improvements in taste
and style of Return and workmanship, consists u
Eight-day and Thirty-hour braes COUNTING.
Revue, PAnLon, HALL, Ctruneu and ALARM
CLOCKS, French, Gothic and other fancy styles,
as well us plain, which from his extensive con
nection and correspondence with the nrsnufactu
rers he finds he can put at the Lowser cAsu FIG•
vas in any quantity from ere to a thousand, of
which ho will warred the accuracy.
Clocks repaired and warranted—clock trim
miligson hand. Call and see ins among them.
JAMES BA RHER, 238 Market .vt.
Phila., August 28, 180.
MILLINERY IND rANcr STORE.
Estate of MICHAEL GRAZIER, deed., laid
of Warrioranwrk rottnship.
r ETTERS of Administration have been grant.'
J ed to the undersigned, upon the estate of
Michael Grazier, late of Warriorsmark town-
Alp, Huntingdon comity. deceased. A I per-
Soria knowing themselves indebted, are requested
to make immediate payment, and those having
claims Will present theme properly aothentirated.
June /8, 1950.—Gt.—51,75 yd.
NOlith ia . 7
To Alexander Ewing., Robert Ewing, and Hon ,
ry Ewing, sons of Dumas Ewing, late of
West Township, Huntingdon county, deed.,
and all other persons interested :
TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a citation
I issued out of the Orphans' Court of said co.,
Iyou are required to appear in the said Court ore
the second Wednesday in August next, to show,
cause ; if any you have, why satisfaction should
not be entered on the record of certain recogni-
Izamces in said Court, given by Thomas Ewing,
jr. and his surety, to the said Alexander, Robert
/and Henry Ewing, at August Term 1838, to se
core to them their respective shares, of and in
/the money, at which the Real Estate of their
father, Thomas Ewing, dec'd., was veined, and
taken by the said Thomas Ewing under the de-
Icree of said Court.
M. CROWNOVER, Sheriff.
June 18, 1850.—St.
To the Whigs of Ihrutinfidon County
F E y l o t r O c tr s V e l r ' a F e tF . .N a S s offer 7 . 1 . yr fe tof
fice of Sheriff, at the coming election, subject to
I the decision of the Whig County Convention.—
If fairly and honestly nominated and elected, I
!pledge myself to discharge the duties of the of
fice with fidelity, and to the best of my ability.
Morris township, June 18, 1810.
IXTE are authoiTietitoai7mince Maj. JAMES
VV TEMPLETON, of Brady township, for
merly of Shirleysburg, as a candidate for Sheriff
et the ensuing October election.
June 18, 1810.
, To the Whig Voters and Citizens of Hunting-
In accordance with the advice of numerous
personal and political friends, I offer myself ire
a candidate for the office of Sheriff, at the ensu
ing October election. eabject to the decision of
i the Whig County Convention. If nominated
, and elected, I will discharge the duties of the
office faithfully, impartially and humanely.
May 29, DAVID HACKEDORN.
To ti,. Desnorrat7eifirgTote;s and Cittzens
of Huntingdon County.
'l' the request of many friends, I have been
ti induced to announce myself as a candidate
for the office sof Sheriff, at the ensuing fall elec
tion; subject, however, to the decision of the
County Convention, to be held in August next.
I pledge myself, if nominated and elected, to din
charge the duties of the office impartially and
Ilionestly, to the best of my ability.
BENJAMIN F. GLASGOW.
Union township, April 30, 1850.
JA3rEs CLARK, ESQ.-S, Ile citizens of
Penn Township respectfully offer the name of
JOHN GARNER, Jr., as a candidate for the
,next ensuing Sheriffalty of Huntingdon county,
subject to the decision of the Whig Convention
to be holden for the purpose of nominating can
didates for the various offices of the county. In
thus presenting our candidate to the public, we
court an enquiry of the character, the claims,
and the principles of the man, fully assured that
i under the most scrutinizing i:.vestigation, he
will be pronounced worthy.
June 11, 1850
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Have You heard the News?
EVERYBODY talking about the splendid
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, &e.
which aro daily being received at the extensive
and handsomely fitted up establishment of
NEFF AND MILLER.
Their stock of Clocks, Gold and Silver Watches,
Jewelry, &c., is superior to that of any other es
tablishment in the place ; and the
Astonishingly Low Pt ices
at which they sell, accounts for the fact why ev
erybody goes there to buy.
co^ Having twoexperionced workmen in their
employ, they are prepared to
Repair Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
promptly, and on the most reasonable term.
ou want work well done, and desire to purchase
superior Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, and Fancy
Articles CHEAP, don't forget to i s to
'NEFF & MILLER.
Huntingdon, Juno 11.
ADA& CO . have establ ished on Express
Oeintingdoninc t rgeoforue :
W. Smith, at the Huntingdon Book Store. All
package. left evith.hina. will be carefully attend
ed t, . tillttil A I UF.II