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ALL EWES TIM WAY !
WHEREAS, my wile, BARBARA WILSON,
'eft my bed and board without jug canto
whatever, I therefore warn all persons from
harboring or trusting her no my account, as I
will pay no debts contracted by her.
Oct. 14, 1856. .1. H. WILSON.
TRIAL LlT.—Noveinber Term.
Mary Su:ley es Thigh Morin's Admr.
Taylor for nse vs David Hudson's Alms.
John Lukens Admx vs .lohn and Robt. Madden.
John Sa*rage ye Henry Davis.
John Conrad's ndmr vs John 11. Stone!waken
Matthews heirs an G. K. A J. IL Shuenberger.
D. Caldwell vs Samuel Bolinger.
Charles Bretton vs William Cor Admr.
Matthews heirs vs E. R. Plowmen.
George MeCrton vs Thos. Wilson.
Genoa vs Shnenberger.
George Otenki-k vs E. Scalers.
Stirling & Alexander vs Bracken, Stitt A Co.
John 11. Wheeler an Moses Greenland.
I. Wul vertu. vs Irvin, Green et al.
Blarquands vs Benin% R. R. Co. -
jarolt 11. Sex vs Samuel Caldwell.
James Bell in ,lulm S.
George IV Pheneent ye Robert Have rowel.
Dr. ShoenLeraer's exr vs A. P. Wilson at al.
A. P. Wilson vs M. [limy.
John Lee vs Joseph P. Moore.
Michael Quarry vs Wise & Henbane°.
Clement's heirs vs Brown &
Patrick Kelley vs Ve , na. B. K. Co.
George Lono vs :knew,' Hawn.
Issue Ittieht vs A. Wise, Jr., awl Jacob Wise.
Jos : IV. Riley for use vs H. & B. T. M. H. 13. ic
Vichols; C. Decker cc Root & Buckingham.
G. W. Wagoner vs W. Garver.
Elisaheth Keitte cc A. litre & Samuel Kuitte.
Senate) Stewart Sheffler & Sun.
Leonard Weaver vs Leek & Snyder.
Josepli'McCracken vs Win. Foster's enr; & h'rs
fillomhus Patterson vs J. 8, I'. & W. W. Harris.
Fisher & McMurttic vs Shop & Wharton.
George Couch for use vs Couch. Rued, & Co.
Jacob Cresswen vs ltoligrt Hare l'owel.
Samuel Beatty vs W. 11. Wharton & NI. Wharton
Atalrew Crownover vs Cummins mime &
OTICE IS II EltEllY t, VEN TO ALL
IN persons interested that the following. mom'
persons have settled their accounts in the Re,
ister's Office at Huntingdon, and that the said
accounts will he presented tor omfirmaticm end
alkwunce, at an Orylum,' C..urt to he held at
Huntingdon, in and for the County of II toting.
don, on Wednesday, the 12th day of November
next, to wit : •
1. Beuediet Stevons t Esq., Adtoioistrator and
Trustee to sell the Real Estate of Luderiek
Roister, late of Springfield town;l it ;deed.
2. George Lang. surviving. Administrator of
Patrick Lang, late of Walker township, decd.. . . . .
3. Henry 11. Ker, Administrator of John
Ker, (who was in hie lifetime one of the Admin•
istratim of Patrick Lang, dee'd.,) thin being
an necoant of the Administration fifths Estato
of Patrick Lang, deed., by snid John Kar in
4. John Henderson and Harriet flendereott.
Administrators of George Headers., late of
Writ towoship, deed.
L. David Thompson and Martha Thoin n,
Administrators ofJobti Thuinpsod, !aid of lien.
derstin township, deed.
C. Do 'id Mountain, acting Administrator of
williaru Dean, I art, 1. a of Wutkar township,
HENRY GLAZIER, Register.
Oct. 10, Y.tfi
FARMS and lour tracts of Woodloud,
Oukte in Walker township, Huntingdon county
will be exposed to public nolo in Deeetr.her
'text, No port of the real extate of tit. late John
tier, Esrynire, deceased. These tracts contain
tvgetht r thou?
Fifteen hundred Acre*.
and lie in a compact body on the Western
aide of the Juniata river near the borough of
Thitoingdon. The mansion Farm of Juil,e
dec'd containing 237 acres and
thereoti valuable imptuvemehts, will be mie
the tracts otTertd fur sale. It is expeeted
that orders will be obtained for tie sale (Wiliest,
lands at our next Orphan'. Court. In the
meantime persons desiring to purchase. it,
invited to come and see this property. Plea,
call upon the undersigned at the residence of
burs. M. C. Ker, in the borough of' Hooting.
don by whom the lands will be shown. nod ev•
cry necessary infurtuatiou given iitt regard to
The terms of sale will be easy. One third
of the purchase money remaining in the hands
of the purchaser during the life time of the
widuw of deed. ,
HENRY M. KER.
Adner of John Dr, deed.
Huntingdon, Oct. Bth., 1856.--3 t.
man pagim T*T.lll !AIL
11(7 E would offer for sale the following pro
)/ perty, via t One Farm in heady Towns
eldp.'llent. co.. known an the Mill Creek Farm.
•C onta i i ii ng . 2slo Ac r es, about 130 acres of
whiehls cleared and in good state of enhivation,
aired a considerable part of it has been well limed
and a large lnantity of lime potting on this fall.
Limestone bandy and easily quarried, the bal
attic land is in timber, There is erected
a ved Bank Barn, with limning water in the
ya r d, Gonna with flowing fountain of pore
water '1..111e yard. Also, a vonng apple orchard
60 or 70 - trees. 12011 bnshels of good wheat
has been re 4 sed in a season otf this farm with
.eorrespotiding erten' of other grain, there is 40
acres of this land first quality bottom land.
Alao--A Mem of 90 Acres, in Germany
Valley, 'lent. cc., it heing one half of the Farm
formerly owned by Gem. Eby. Nearly all elms
•ed and in n line state 01 cultivation. Choice
Limestone Land with Mane and Stable erected
thereon, with running water. ,11 miles from
tihirle slave and 5 milewfromPetinit. Canal and
Jiailroad r t ML.I/111(M.
Also :15 Acres of choice Mad adjoining the
above, on which is erected two good nooses,
small Barn, Wrod Ilauxo, &c. with a never-fail
ing spring o good water. and
.line fine Orchard, with
choice fruit. This is a very desirable property,
and would he suitable for a machanic, or any
person desiring to retire from active life.
Amio—A Win in Union Township, Hunt. co.,
containing GI Aerate, nue half of which is
cleared, and the balan ry firat quality of Timber
land, snouted within one unto of the Penni& Ca-
BM and Railroad at Mill (torch.
kiitlier of the above proporties will he soul
low and on reasonable Icons, apply to the sub
scribers at Mill Creek, Huntingdon co. Pit.
[ESTATE OF SAMUEL KERR, DECD.]
Atolifstrator's Notice. _
ro °TICE is hereby given that letters of Ad•
utinistratiou en tLe estate of Samuel Kerr,
late 01' Penn township, dee'd,, have Leen gran•
ted to the undersigned, residing in said town•
chip. to whom those indented will .41e.. .take
ituniediate payment, and those having claitus
will present them duly authenticated forsettle-
'Yowbey 1,1886,43 t, Adirer.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
Th' Kansas Question Settle:.
BY latest arrival from the East, the subscri
bers have just received and are now opening
the largest and most judiciously selected assort
ever brought to Huntingdon. Our stock con.
lists iu pilot, of
such as locks, hinges, screws, bolts, glass, oils,
and paints, (Whitt) lead, fire proof and sine
in great variety ; including many new Menu
flan. and late iinprovem!ints.
We invite the attention of Saddlers and
Coach•makers to ourlarge and splendid stock of
Saddlery &Coach Trimming
such as saddle trees. gig -trees, self-adjusting
pad trees, hames, of 20 hinds, latest styles of
buckles, stirrups, dt c. girthing Hog skins, pa•
tent and enameled leather, enameled muslin,
coach lace, hubs ; spokes, fellows, shafts, springy,
sales, he.. &r.
Ladies and housekeepers generally, will find
it greatly to their advantage to call and exam
ine our new stack of silver nod cuisines spoons,
fine table cutlery, scissors, hollow•ware, lamps,
patent sausage grinders, and all other house
fiirnishing goods ; including many new and use•
In our recent purchases, we have bought at
such rates as enable us to sell even lower than
heretofore. No charge for showing goods.—
All orders promptly attended to.
JAMES A. BROWN & CO.
October Bth, 1856.
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and Judge of their Vlrtuada
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PREPARED BY.DR. I, C. AYER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass
AND SOLD BY
JOHN READ, Huntingdon, and dealers in
October 15, 1856.-Iy.
(ESTATE OF WM. HOUSEHOLDER.]
1' HE undersigned Auditor, appointed by the
Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, to
distribute the balance in the hands of Jelin
Householder and Moses Hamer, Eitectialiof
William Householder, deceased, amongst those
entitled to receive the same, hereby gives no•
tics to all persons interested,t,hat he will attend
for the purpose of tuakinF paid distribution, on
Saturday, the 25th day of October, 1855, at 1
o'clock, P. M., at his office in the borough of
Huntingdon I when and where all parsons in•
terestad may attend if they think proper.
October 1,1858.-4 t
New Goods ! New Goods ! !
D. P. GWIN'S CHEAP STORE.
D. P. ()Will has just received from Philadel ,
phis a large and heamiral assortment of
riktz & WINTZB 6.00115.
consisting of the most fashionable Dross Goods
for Ladies and Gentlemen, such as Black Silks,
Chameleon & Fancy Silks, French Merino.,
All Wool de Lilititl, Persian Twills, Coburg
Ch:th, Levella Cloth, Alpacea, Debaiz, Madon
na Cloth, Wool Plaids, and any quantity of
Fancy Detains. Prints of any description.
ALSO, a largo lot of dress Trimmings, dress
Buttons, Bonnet Silks, Ribbons, Gloves, Mitts,
Hosiery, Laces, Veils, Collars, Undersleevos,
Chimazetts, Mar head dresses. Gum Belts,
Whalebones for Skirts, Silk and Listen hose,
French Working Cotton, Fail and Wool Shawls,
and a variety of Fancy Goods too numorons
Also, Cloths, black and blue, black and fancy
Cassimer. Cassia eta, rt. Jeans, Vestings, Flan
nels, Wt. Red and Yellow, Sack Flannels of all
colors, Canton Flannels, Cotton Drills, Nan.
keen, Linsey, Mullins, bleached and unbleach
ed, Tielten, Cheeks, Table Diaper, Woolen and
Linen Tattle Covers, Sheeting Muslin 2k yards
wide, Woollen Coats, Cups and Comforts,
Woolen yarns cf ditrrent colors.
Silk Bonnets of the latest styles of every color.
Largest assortment in town nod ut prices that
cannot be heat.
Hats & Caps, of the latest styles,
Boots and Shoes. HARDWARE,
QzDENswilat.7S, Buckets, Tubs, Has.
kets, Oil Cloths. Ciroteric s, M the best
quality, Salt and all goods usually kept in a
My old customers, and as ninny new ones as
can crowd in me respectfully requesteil to come
and examine my goods No charge for looking.
All kinds of Country produce taken in ex
change fur goods, at the highest market prices.
Oct. 8, 1856.
WIIIt , REAS . 11 a precept to me directed, dated
Ifi iitingdon, the 224 dny of August,
A. I). Itita, under the hands and seals of the
lieu. George 'Taylor, President of the Court of
Common Pleas, titer and Terminer, and gener
al jail delivery °Rho 24th judicial district of Peon
sylvania composed of Huntingdon Blair and Cam
bria, and the lion. TllOlllllB F. Stuart mid Jona
than McWilliams, his associates, Judges of the
county of Huntingdon, justices assigned, appoint
ed, to heur, try and determine all and every in
dictments made or taken for or concerning all
crimes, which by the laws of the State arc made
capital or felonies of death and other offences
crimes and misdemeanors, which have been or
shall hereafter be committed or perpetrated for
crimes aforesaid—l am commanded to make pub
lic proclamation throughout my whole hailiwick
that a Conn of Oyer and Tertniner, of Common
Pleas and Quarter sessions, will he held at the
Court House in the Borough of Huntingdon, on
the second Monday (and lath day) of N :weedier,
next, end those who will prosecute the said pri
soners lie then and there to proseentethem as it
shall be just, and that all Justices of the Peace,
Coroners and Constakles within said county be
then and there in their proper persons, at 10
o'clock, A. M. of sold day, with their records, in
it., examinations and remeinbrances. to
those things which to their offices respectfully
• aimerfniii. _ .
Dined at Huntingdon the 22d clay of August,
in the year of our Lord 1856, and the 81a,t
year of America' Independence.
JOSHUA GREENLAND, Sheriff.
Iv NREAS, by n precept to two directed by
Judges of the Common Pleas of the
county of Huntingdon, homing test the 28,1 day
of August, 1636, I am commanded to mnke
Public Proclamation throughout tor whole baili
wick, that a Court of Common Pleas will be
held in the Court House in the Borough of Hun
tingdon, on the third Mondey (and 17th day) of
November, A 1).,. 1856, for the trial of it I I issurA
said Court which remain undetermined before the
said Judges, when and where all jurors, witnesses
and suites, in the trial of all issues are required
Dat . c:l at Iluntingden, the 22l day of August,
in the year of our Lord 1856, and the 81st year
of Anterienn Independence.
JOSHUA GREENLAND, Sheriff.
PROVERWI 'OS, BASIL
Valuable Finnic. property . , Grist Mill, Saw
Mill and Farms for sale at private sale, in Hun.
tingdon county, Penna. The subscribers offer
'for sale the following property, in Todd town•
I ship, consieting of about '2500 acres of land,
Isituated in Trough Creek Valley, on Bigtrough
I Creek, 400 acres of which is farm laud divided
in two farms, handsomely located, under good
fences, and in good state of cultivation, with
a good house and burg_ on each farm. The
other improvements are a Charcoal Blast Fur.
once, put up in the most substantiel manner,
with all the necessary buildings required, a
emir of excellent Bellows, a large lumber of
Tenant Houses, sufficient stabling for the teams
required, nn inexhaustable ore bed of brown
hometide within one mile from the Furnace,
belongs to this property. Wood in abundance
can be got in the neighborhood at very low
rates. The !dream of wuter is never failing
This property is within five miles by public
road from the Huntingdon and Broad Top
Rail Road. The other improvements are large
substantially, and handsomely built Stone
Dwelling, a large Frame Stone Houseot new
Grist Mill, built of stone, three stories high,
64 by 50 feet, with two overshot water wheels,
11 fl4,t high, four pair Burr mill stones. The
machinery is of the latest and most approved
style, to make both custom and merchant work.
The mill stand is not excelled by any in the
county. The Saw Mill has also been erected
quite recently in the best manner. Also, a
"Farm, containing 150 acres of clear land in
good cultivation, situated on the south side of
the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River,
above the mouth of the big Trough Creek.—
The potter port consist of bottom land..—
The improvemente are two Log Dwellings and
Log Burn. This propert7 is one mile from the
Huntingdon and Broad lop Railroad. Also
another Farm in Hopewell Township, Wood
Cock Valley„ threaourthe of a mile west of
the Hunting don and Broad Top Ruilroad, eon•
tabling about 225 acres of land, in good cub
tivation, with an extensive Oro bank on same;
of the Soft and Hard Fossil Ore, the veins
lying near the surface. The improvements„
are a Log Baru and House, with out:buildinge.
The above property will be sold in the whole
or seperate, to suit purchaser.
WILLIAM SOH A LI,
Addrees HORATIO TREXLER,
October, let., 1856.-4 t.
[RSTATE•OF MOS. GORSUCH, DEC'D.]
' Administrator's Notice.
OTICE is hereby given that Were of Al.
I N ministration on tho estate of Thomas Goe
s. h, late of Penn township, deed., have been
granted to the undersigned, residing in said
township, to whom, those indebted will please
make immediate payment, and those having
claims will present them duly authenticated fur
settlement. JOON 110 IitiEHOLDER,
October 1, 1836.44. Adnit,
500 Cl 3 emu t psi l te N fazii r e A bi , a
MILN WOOD ACADEMY,
ha de Gap, Huntingdon County, Pa.
W. H. WOODS, A. Al., Pr priotor &
J.A.SHADE, Lecturer on :hulloing & Ilygeana,ltsv. .1. CAMPBELL, Lecturer on General
SAMUEL CAMPBELL, ASSidalli I Literature,
JOHN N. CAPS I, AN D, 7'cacls6 in Preparatory Department.
THE annual exhibition will take place the Ist Wednesday of October. An :Wm.ss by the
Rev. 1). X. Junkie, 0. D., will be delivered before the Philo and Diaynathian Societies, at '2
o'clock, P. M. The Exhibitional 'terror/11.M will take place at 6i o'clock, I'. H. The ex
aminations the week previous. these exercises the friends of education are respectfully invi
ted to attend. The next friction opens on Wednesday, the 20th of October. 'Phis institution
holds out peculiar inducements lo young men seeking an education. The Board of Instruction
is composed of gentlemen of high literary attainments and skilled in their profession. The lo
cation Is very healthy, having the pure mountain air, and free front all noxious vapors twining
from stagnant water and marshy ground. Those subject to ague could .not find a tome desira
ble place. The course of instruction is such as is best calculated to prepare young men for
business, for teaching, and for taking a high retold in College. For those desiring to become
Teachers, a Normal Class will be formed, in which practical instruction will be given in the art
of Teaching. To this class, lectures will be given on the subject of Teaching. The tempta
tions to vice, idleness and dissipation tire few. There is nothing to draw the mind of the stu
dent from his hooks, it is quiet and retired, just such a ritnation as a young man desirous of
improvement would seek. The societies are in is flourishing condition ' and each has fine li•
brary of choice works. The buildings are large nod cotnmodious, ndditional building Min
the coarse or erection, which will b.+ finished this lull. Shade Gap is situated un the mail
rourtrbetween ChaTbersburg, and Mount Union Station no the Penn. Rail Road.
TERMS :—For Session of live months, $52 50. Washing., light, and fuel, extra. Students
are charged front the time of entering until the close of the Session. Payments half in ad•
sauce, balance at the middle of tho session. For catalogues and further particulars, addresa
w. 11. WOODS,
Shade Gap, Hunt. Cu., Pa.
September 17, 1856.-3 in,
God Save the Commonwealth.
eaf? A **4-I mnf, t t&L., "
DUHSUANT TO AN ACT OF THE GEN-
I eral Assembly Orthe Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, entitled "An net relating to the elec
tions of thin Comm. nwealth," approved the sec
ond day of.lnle. A. D. 1839, 1 JOSHUA
GREENLAND:High Sheriff of the County of
Huntingdon, in the State of Pennsylvania, do
hereby nuke known and give notice to tl e elec
tors of the County aforesaid, that a General
Election will he hold in said County of Hunt
ingdon, on the
First Tuesday, 4th of Novenklor, 1850,
at which time TWENTY-SEVEN ELECTORS
OF PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT
OF THE UNITED STATES aro to be elec
In pursuance of said Act, I also hereby rank°
known and give notice, that the places of hold
ing the !Ohms:tit! General Mental in the sever
al election districts within the said county, are
as follows :
lst district, composed of Henderson township
and all that pert of Walker township not in the
I Gth district, at the Court nouse in the Borough
24 diArtet, romposea of Doblio township. fit
Pleasant Hill School House, near Joseph Nel
son's in said township.
3d district, composed of so much of Warriors
murk township us is oot ini•luded ha the 19th
district, 01 the School auntie adjoining the ton n
4th district, composed atte township of Hope
well, at the Selo.' House ot Rough and Ready
Furnace, in said township.
sth district, comprised of the township of Bar
ree, at the house of JItMCA Living-ton (formerly
John Ilarper,) in the town of Saulsburg, in said
Gth district, eomposed ofthe township of Shir
ley, at the house of I). Fraker, to Shirlryslirg.
ith district, composed of Porter nod Milker
townships, and so much of Wat town , hip as is
included in tho following tlonnthiriwt to wit :
beginning at the south-west corner of Tobias
Cantrnan's Goan tat the hank of the little Junia
ta river, at the lower end of Jackson's narrows,
thence in a north-easterly direction to the most
vont liernly part of the farm owned by Michael
bfaguire, thence north 40 degrees west to the
top,of Tussey's mountain, to intersect the lire of
Frstililiu township. thence along said line to lit
tle Juniata river, thence clown the game to the
place of beginning, at the public School Clouse
opposite the German Reform Church in the bo
rough of Alexandria.
Bth district, composed of the township of
Frunklim at the house of Jacob Mamma, now
occupied Sy G. W. Matters, in said township.
9th district, composed of Tell township, et
the Union School !louse, near the Union Meet
ing House. in sa'il township.
10th dint riet, composed of Springfield town
ship, at the Selo.) Clouse near Hugh Madden's
to said township.
II th district, composed of Union, tp., at the
School Iluuse near Ezekiel Corbin's in said
I gill district, composed of Brady township,
at the School 110.13 known as the Centre School
House in said township.
13th district, composed of Morris township,
at School House No. 2, in sail township.
14th district, composed of that part of West
township not winded in the 7th and 26th slit
trials, at the public school house on the farm now
occupied by Miles Lewis, (formerly owned by
James Ennis.) in said township.
15th distrht, composed of that part of Walk
er township lying southwest of a line commene
ing opposite Darid Corbia's House, at the l`n•
ion township line, thence in a straight line, in
cluding said Corbin's home to the corner at Por
ter township, on the Huntingdon and Woodcock
Valley road, at the house of Jacob Magahy, in.
16th dish iet, composed of the township of Tod
at the Green School Home in said township.
17,1, district, composed of that part of West
to wnship on the south-east tide of the Warrior
ridge, beginning at the line of West and Hen
(Jerson townships, at the foot of said ridge, to
the line of Barren tp., thence by the division
line of Hance and West townships, to the sum
mit of Stone mountain. to intersect the lino of
Henderson and West townships, thence by said
line to place at beginning, at the house now oc
cupied by Benj. Corbin,o,, Murry's 1t5,,,.
leth district, muposeil of Cromwell tp., at
the house new occupied by David Enure, in Ur
hisnnia. _ _ .
19th district , composed of the Borough of Bir
mingham, with the several tracts of land near
to and attached to the route, now owned and oc
cupied by Thomas .51. Owens, John IC. Mc Ca•
ban, A. Roberson, .14,1111 tlensimer null (ftc.
clensimer, dot tract or land now owned by Geo.
& John Shoenherger, known as the Porter tract
Is annexed to said district, situate in the town
ship of Warrioramark, at the public school hoots
in said Borough. -
20th district, composed of Cass township, at
the public school house in Cassellle, in said tp.
21st district, composed of Jackson township,
at the house of Room Barr, now occupied by
John Hirst, at MeAlcavy's Fort, in said tp.
224 district, composed of Clay township, at
the house of Josh. Shoat, at the Three Springs
in said township.
23(1 district, Compobed of the township of Penn
at the public school house iu Alarklesburg, in
24th district, compobcd of that part of Shir
ley township, lying and Icing within the follow
ing described libffilutaries, to wit : Beginning at
the intersection of Union and Shirley township
linos with the Juniata river, on the south bide
thereof; thence along said Union township title
for the distance of throe miles front said river ;
thence eastnurdly by it straight line to the point
where the min frolic Ely's Mill to Germanyl
Valley, crosses the thimuit of Sandy Ridge t—
thence northwvily along the summit of Sandy
Ridge to the rivg Juniata, 'nnd thence up said
river to the place of beginning ; at the public
school hot. in ?donut Union, in said
25t1h district, compose 6 of the Iloruitgli all
Huntingdon . , at the Court House in said burn'.
2641 district, composed of the Borough of
tersburg and that part of Wust township west
and south of the lino between Henderson and '
West townships, at or near the Warm Springs,
to She Franklin townshiu line on the lop of Tn,
sey's MOIIIIOIIII, SO 10 to include ha the district
the house of David Waldsmith, Jacob Longa],
eeker, Thomas !lamer, Jaunty Porter, nod John
Well. at the publie school house in the Borough
I elan make known anal give notice, as in and
by the 13th section of the afore.aid act, 1 am di
rected, "that every person except jtogices of the
pence, who shall hold any office or appointment
of profit or trust under the government • of the
United States. or of this State, or of any city
or incorporated district, whether a commission
ell °nicer or ament. Who is or shall he employed
under the leeislative, executive or the judiciary
department or this State or of the Unit rd States
or any ci.y or incorporated district. and also,
that every member of Congress anal of the State
Legislature, anal of the select or common coun
cil or so, city, commisaionero of tiny incorpora
tval district. is lay law incapable otholding a.r ex
ercising et the same time, the office or appoint
ment of judge, inspector, or clerk cal any election
of this Cunuoomvenith , and that no in,peetor,
judge. or other officer of any such election. shall
be eligible to any lace, to he then voted Aar."
Al .M, that in the 14th Peet'an of the rot of
X.:teddy. entitled an "Act relating to execu
tions and fu• other purposes," approved, April
16, 1849, it 10 enacted that the aforesaid 13th
section "shall not he consttned as to pre,. any
militia officer or borough ofTic•er from sm., in:: no
judge, inspector or clerk for any general or spe
cial election in this Commonwealth."
Pursuant to the p;ovisifitts contained in the •
67th section in the act aforeSeid, the judges of
the aforootid diftriets shall respectively take
charge of the certificate or return of the elec
tion of their respective districts, and produce
them at a meeting of one judge front each dis
trict, at the Court House, in the Borough of Ilun
tingdon, on the third day after the day of the e
leetion, being for the present year au Friday, the
7th day of 7iaenihor next, then and there to do
and enrtion, the duties required by law of said
judges. Al-a, that where a judge by sickness
or 1111•Ienidable occident, is unable tu attend said
meeting of Judges, then time certificate of imam
aforesaid shall be taken charge of by one of ttai
inspectors or clerks of the, election of 'fair, di,-
' met, and shall do and perform the duties equi
red of said judge uniti,in to att,nd.
Ake, is the 61stsection of :pia act, it is en
acted that ••every general and special election
abull Le opened between the houro of eight and
ten in the forenoon, and shall continue without
intetru[tion or adjournment until ,even o'clock
in the evening, when the polls eltalt he closed."
Given under 714 hand at fluntingdon. 10th day
of Ortoher, 1036, and of the independence of
the United States, the riglits-jiret.
Silent We OreecY, Sheriff.
Hunt., October 10th, 1855.
!ny virtue of sundry writs of Vend Exp. and
Fi. I.th, issued out of the Court of Common
Pleas of Huntingdon County, and to too direc
ted, I will expose to public sole, at the Court
'House, in the borough of Huntingdon, on Tor
day the 11 1 / 1 of November, 1806, at 10 o'clock,
A. N., of said day, the following described Mot
Estate, to wit t
All the right, title, interest and claim of the
defendants of, in end to one house and lot in
the borough of retort:berg, front Bien. Met on
Main street and oxientling back one hundred
and twenty feet to a street, bounded on the east
by Abraham Renner, on the North by Abraham
Croswell. having thereon erected a taro•stury
frame boase, painted white, and a shop.
Seized, taken in execution, and to ho sold as
the property of John G. and Hobe.. Ritter.
All the right, title and interest of the tieten
dant of, in a nd to a certain lot of ground adjoin
ing the borough of Birmingham, containing a
bout One rare morn or leS3, adjoining a lot of
John. Owens, Eaq., on t h e west, the public road
leading trot,, Birmingham to Waterstreet on
the north and east, on which is erected a brick
building seventy feet in length and thirty-tire
tact in depth, three stories a ith a stone
basement known as "the Mountain Female Sem
Mao& taken in execution, and to be sold es
the property of '•the Mountain Female Semi
nary." . -
All the right, title and interest of the defen
dant of, in and ton lot of ground in the borough
of Shirleysburg, lying on the west sale of Alain
street, fronting stxty feet en said street and ex
tending bark 140 feet to land of &motel Caro
thers, bounded on the North by a let of the
widow llicket, south by a lot of the heirs of
James Carothers, dec'd., baying thereon erected
a two story log house, a small kitchen log sta
ble. and other buildings.
SeiZed, taken in execution and to be sold as
the property of Janice Smith.
All the right, title and interest of the defen
dant of. in and to the following tr ac t of tool
t m, in Shirley township, Huntingdon county,
and hounded by John Long on the west. Robert
Bigliam on the north, Black Log mountain on
the cast, containing two litin.lre d acres more or
lei., about one hundred of which is cleared, ha
wing thereon erected two small log dwelling
houses and a log barn.
Seirod, taken in execution, and to be told as
the property of David Knepp.
All the right, title andinterest of the defen
dant of, in and to two small parcels of laud sit
uated in the town of Scottsville. Clay tp., lion
tingtion county, bounded on the cast by a lot of
Adam Curium], north by David fleck, west by
Samuel Smith, south by Pollock road, contain
i•'.; in nil one acre awl a half more or less, with
the following improvements thereon, a two story
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as
the property of Joseph Ranks.
• • - - - - • - - • --
All the right, title and interest of John Don
alds en, one of defendant, in and to all that
messuage, parcel or tract of land situate in Un
ion township, Huntingdon county, on the.wes
terly side of the Jealous river, and bounded by
Imb, of Matthew F. Campbell, James 'lamp
oon. John McCenthe and other, containing one
hundred and forty acres, be the some more or
less, being the some lands mentioned in en arti
cle of ligroonint, dated March 19. 1850, between
John R. Cession, John Donaldson, Jutnes Don
aldson and Michael Ilennig.
Seined, taken in execution, and to he sold as
the property of Qnin,y Taylor and John Don
All the right, titlo, interest and claim of the
defendant of, in and to a certain lot of ground
No. situated on the corner of Market end
Commerce (now called Lyon) Ste., in the bor.
.mgh of Birmingham
' in the county of Hu
don being 611 feet onaMarket Went and extend
ing buck 165 feet, more or less, on Commerce or
Lynn street, adjoining John Grafting on the north
east. haring thereon erected a two story log
dwelling home, plastered, with a brick store--
house, n frame office building, aetal,leand other
' Seized, taken in execution, and to be told as
the property of Dr. J. T. McVey.
• - •
All the right, title, elain; and interest of the
defendant 01, in and to a lot of ground in the
village of Shade Gap, Huntingdon County. nuns•
tiered 1H in the plan of said villatte, made -by
J. W. Matthias, the 14th day of march, ISO,
Icing mot lasing on the west side of the rood or
Main street of said village, which runs at 12}
degrees north ; said lot being 60 feet in front on
said street, and extending back at right angles
thereto 140 font to a lino parallel to said street,
having thereon erected a small house and other
Seized, taken in execution, and to he told as
the property ofJumes
- . .
All the right, title, interest and claim of the
defen.lailt at; in and to a 111,12 and parcel of land
sitnate un the margin of Standing-Some Creek,
in the borough of litintiugdon, adjoining a lot
of corge Jackson on the north, it lot 01
Dorris, Sr., ea the smith, another lot of said de
fendant in the same enclosure on the west, and
said Creek on the east; containing seven acres
and sixty four perches, be the same more cr
Ateo—A tel of ground situate at the south—
eastern corner of Church and St. Clair streets
in said borough, fronting about seventy-four
feet on St. Clair event, and extending back
from the same ton hundred teat to the old line
of thll said borough, and western bomidary of
the itliove mentioned and described lot, bounded
on the Math I t o Church street, tun' on a South
by a lot owned by the widow Flown, including
rile whole of lot No, 172, in the recorded plan of
A Imo—Four contiguous lots of ground situate
in the said borough, bounded en the north
and west by the Renner faint, on the east by
the %Vann Spring Roal, and on the south by a
lot of lion. James Gwin. Nos. I. '2..1 3, as re
presented on a map of said lots, divided on Vie
16th day of October tlio derendunt by J.
Simpson Africa, County Surreyor,contain earl,
four :ICE., No. 4 containing about 3 acres
the same more or less. .
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold 113
the rroperty of Thomas Wad luoa.
All the right, title and interest of the defen
dant of. in HIM to the lollowing described pro
perty, to wit :—A tract of laud known us the
Ilmor Hempt tract, containing nhout 270 acres
Ott ISrnad T.p, Tod tp., adjoining lauds of It.
lime Powell, Geol. A. I'. Wilson, and others,
leaving thereon erected u two story log house,
loon tool other improvements and almost 101)
acres cleared thereon.
AL.—A tract of land known nn the Corbin
tract, containing 300 acres and allowance, riluate
in Micky Ridge, Top t p., adjoining land of Tay
lor's heirs and others.
Ar,o—A tract of land adjoining the Chore
warranted in the mine of Speer and Silo tin, con.
taining 9G acres, 153 porches, and allowance.
At.co—A tract of land adjoining the same,
warranted in the name or Elial :Mild!, contain
ing 152 acres, 98 perches, and allowance.
A ..AU—A tract of land situate 1,11 flood Top,
'Pod tp., warranted in the name of Speer and
Dotmlierty, containing-t 39 acres, 51 perches and
allowance, udjoining the William Bench Coal
Bank trite, John McLain, Michael J. Martin
Ar.so—.l II the interest of said defendant in
the land of Miehnel J, Martin and Joseph S.
Illurtio,dee'd., which he holds under curtain ar
ticles of agreement fur the Nam, Kith John•
Dougherty and George W. Speer or otherwise,
116 the same appears on record in liuntingdon.
Seined, taken in excretion, end to be sold as
the property of Goal William 11. Irwin.
All the right, title. interest and claim of the
defendant, to II lot of ground situate in the town
of Burnett, Tod tp., Huntingdon County, lion
tine 50 feet on flamilton Street, and extending
beck 140 feet to on alley, hounded on the Bast
by a lot of Michael McCabe, and numbered 26
in plan of sAid town, haring thereon erected a
two story log house Id by 26 foot with other im
Seized, token in execution. end to I.e sold et
the property of Thomas McGill..
Sheriffs Office, Sherif
Hunt., Oct. 8, 1836.
A New Assortment Just Opened
And will be sold 30 per oent.
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST!
IT ROMAN respectfully in arms his came
l', men; and the ',oldie generally, that he has
just opened at his store-rum lu Market Square-
Iluntingdonot splendid new stock of Ready
Clothing for Pall and Winter.
which be will sell theeper than the sante quality
of Goods con be purchased nt retail in Philadel
phia or any other establishment in the country.
Persons wishing to buy Clothing would du
well to .11111111 examine his stuck before purcha
sing elsewhere. Also,
Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes,
which will be sold lower than at any other es
tablisinnrnt in the count•.
Huntingdon Oct. 8. 1856.
THE SHIRLEYSBURG FEMALE SEMI
Will tommenee its wilder session of five months
on Monday, Nov. 3d. It is hoped that the
pleasant situation and salubrity of the village,
the convenience and spaciousness of the Semi.
nary, and the established character of the In
structors will secure the ',Reliance of a largo
number of pupils.
Terms—For Board and Tuition per session,
$8 to 12,00
,T. B. KIDDER,
Shirleysburg, Hunt. Co., Pa.
Day Tuition front
OF LIMESTONE LAND, FOR SALE.
The subsoriber will offer at public sale, on
Tuesday, November.ll, his farms situated in
Morris township, and containing 265 acres.-
250 acres under ranee and in good cultivation,
the balance timber land. This property is di•
vided about equally into tw•o farms, with a large
.4,7 Krick house and frame tenant house, / frpi
.ladta large barn, wagon shed and coreaga
crib, carpenter and blacksmith shops on ono,
and a good frame houSe and burn on the other;
w ith g ood water and fruit on both places, and
in a healthy neighborhood.
Also at (he slime time ar.dplace, I w il l offer
496 acres of mountain land, in lots of from ID
to 100 acres, to suit purchasers. This land is
well set with thrifty young Chesnut, white and
yellow pine, nod oak timler, and convenient to
the farms, with good roads to and through the
same. The above property is within 1. mile of
the Penien It. R., and 2.3 of canal et Water
Street. For further particulars, address
SAMUEL C. WALLACE.
Spruce Creek, I'. o.llunt. co. 5ep.3,710-2ra.
35Sack. Coffee just received and for sale
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IjririTtri - j1
BROAD TOP DEPOT.
' U t i; 6ttn
Goat's, conr is Li og of
Dry Goods, (lard-Sate, Groceries.
Ilats, boots and shoes.
Crockery-ware, stone and earthen
Tin-ware, Cane ]Fishing-rods.
Ready Matte Clothing always on Land,
and in short evs ry thing that is unto kept in a
UACOV, 5.1 LT, Mil AND PLASTER,
kept constantly for Sale.
Gall and examine our Goods and judge fa:
All kinds of country produce taken in en
; chango for Goods at the highest market prices.
; The highest market pion, paid for all kinds
of Grain. .
I"rotnPiattuntion paid to storing and forward.
jug all kinds of merchandise, produce, 3c. lluntingdon, 11lay, 14, 11;56.
IN BLAST AGAIN
THE SUBSCRIBEIf , TAKE THIS 4
thod of iniorming their triends and the pub
lie generally, that they hove rebuilt the Hunt.
ingdon Foundry, and are now in successful ,p•
oration, and are prepared to farnish casting of
all kinds, of the best quality on the shortestuo
tine and west reasonable terms.
Farmers are invited to call and examine any
Ploughs. We ore manufacturing the Hunter
Plough, (this plough took the premium at the
Huntingdon County Agricultural Pate, in 1850)
also Hunter's celehratod Cutter Plough, which
can't he beat, together with the Keystone, Hill•
side, and Barshear Ploughs. We have on hand
and are manufacturing stoves, each as Cook,
Parlor and office stoves for cooler wood.
consisting of Nettles '
Boilers, Skillets, &c., ell
of which will be sold cheep ter cash or in ex•
change for country produce. Old meld taken
for new castings. By a strict attention to hasi•
nest and desire to please, no hope to receive s
share of public patronage.
J. Al. CUNNINGHAM & BRO.
April 30, 1836.-tf.
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wriot.cast.r CONFECTIONER & FRUITERER,
YO. 191 North Third St., above Wood, Philo
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berts, Cream Nuts, Ground Nuts, Fire Creek.
i era, Syrups, Tamarinds, Liquorice, Rock Cu,
'sly, &c., &c.
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