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living in Boston, where Crafts does busi
ness as a cabinet maker. We perceive by
the Boston Atlas, of Saturday, that, under
the fugitive act passed by tU last Con
gress, a warrant has been issued for their
arrest. The wife has left thecUy, but her
husband remain, saying that he has fled
far enough, and awaiu the iss-je.
STRIKIrfO EXAMPLE OF FlEELITY 124 A
Slave. Our friend Mr. Bonner, ol the
firm of Bonner & Smith, related to us
Ves terday the history of a negro, who has
lately returned from California, which
forms one of the most interesting exam
ples of fidelity and devotion of a servant
to his matter that has ever come under
onr notice. About two years ago a gen
tleman from Mississippi went to Califor
nia, taking with him his favorite slave, a
ttout man, by the name of Walter. On
arriving in California, the Mississippi
gentleman proceeded to the mines, where he
was soon attacked by a severe and lingering
disease, which prevented his pursuing his
flA T.. I Ai iTr i
iiuui Aii mtr uiuuii uuie me negro, wai
ter, attended his master's sick bed, ad
ministered faithfully to all his wants, and
devoted fractions of 'lime to working in
the mines, thus acquiring the means of
procuring the necessities and comforts of
life for his master. Finally the master
died in a strange and dreary country,
among careless, reckless and indifferent
men, who would not turn aside with a
very large remuneration, to aid the negro
to commit the remains of his master to
mother earth. By appropriating, howev
er, all his accumulations to that object, he
succeeded in giving his master a decent
burial, and collecting all his papers and
property together, deposited them in some
safe place. He then proceeded with his
labor of digging and washing for gold, and
after a long period of hard, devoted labor,
succeeded in accumulating more than a
thousand dollars of gold dust. He then
proceeded to the coast, took the steamer,
arrived in the city a few days ago, and
presented himself to Mr. Bonner at his
counting room, with a letter from his de
ceased master aud a bag of gold dust.
The letter informed Mr. Bonner of the
fidelity and devotion of Walter to his
poor master, begged that he would protect
his interest, and see that he was duly
emancipated. Mr. Bonner gave the faith
ful negro a warm grasp of the hnnd, and
told him that he would carry out his mas
ter's request, with the deepest interest and
solicitude for the welfare and prosperity
of so faithful a servant. X. O. Delta.
Singular Circumstance. An Ameri
can gentleman now Paris, writing to this
country, says, "I'had ihe. pleasure a short
time since of shaking Hands with an old
American sailor, who had leen taken fiom
E f. gland 4orParis, by a doctor, to he pre
sented lo tho Academy cf Kedicine as a
spicimen of the most astonishing longevity
This ssaniau whose name is Wals, tosn
tn New York.cn Ihe 1st of Oetober.1750,
was one of the companions of Cant Cook
ana iouowea mm on board ol ihe two
ships Endeavor and Resolution, during the
travels of the celebrated traveller to the
Tahiiian shores. Wale was present at the
murder of Capt. Cook, at Owhibec, and
escaped death as if by miracle."
J7our5,00 a 5,50 per barrel.
Wheat 87$ a $1,00 per bushel.
Oats 31 a 35 cis.
Corn Meal 62$ cts per bushel.
Rye 50 a 62 els. per bushel.
Corn 50 a 62 per bushel.
Buckwheat 40 a 50 cts. per bushel.
Potatoes 43 a 50 cts.
Butter Roll 14 cts. Keg 12j
Salt 2,50 per barrel.
Eggs 8 a 10 cts. per dozen.
liay $10 a 12 per ton.
Seed Timothy. 2.00 per bushel
Clovtr $4,50 lo.
Wool 23 a 25 cts. uer lb.
Fresh Beef 4 a 6 cts.
Fresh font t cm - -
. On Monday last, at the residence of his
mother in Jackson I ownship, of Uysen-
lerv, Mr. James keed in me zist year
of his age.
In the Orphan's Court of Altcglieny
county, Penn"c. -
No 58, December Term, 1 849.
To, MicliacI Msgtiirc, Catherine Maguirc,
James C. Magulre , Vincent . Maginre. Thcrisa
wife of Patrick Woods, end KoLcrl Watson, all
of Allegheny coanly, rcim'd. Hugh Meioy.
John Meh-y, Muigarct Meloy, riW vS Jrfnies
Meloy, John C. ftKl.v. Ilcnsy Meloy. Cathw.
in frarrcn. tttrgarct Maftu3re. Htdew f Kuss
Juagire. n:ei Dodon, widow of Richard
Dodson, EiiZulotl, riumnier, wrdow of Thomas
Ploinmtr. Alsiiv Miwi.ir- c,n :.
CJiarlca Kvan Mjgu.re. all of Cambria county ,
, jjiues . xviaguire, Somerset.
merset county, Pennsylvania; Edward Me.
. j ....wuu.jr, n iscousin: Wary L.
President Fillmore and the Fugitive
Slave Law. The following incident is
told in a letter from the Washington cor
respondent of Tuesday's Richmond En-
"A distinguished gentleman from the
West an ex-JSenator called on Mr.
Fillmore; and, after exchanging the usual
courtesies, was asked by. the President
how the Fugitive Slave Law was received
in the West. The reply was, that the
law, although unpopular in his State,
would doubtless be enforced. The remark
was playfully made that, as the President
was sworn to 'preserve, protect and defend
the constitution and laws,' he (the ex
iSenator) presumed Mr. Fillmore would
execute this laio. 'To the very letter,
ir, was the instant reply of the President
-'to the very letter, sir, whatever may
be the consequences. The reply was
worthy the palmiest days of 'Old Hickory'
The Washington Union relates another
incident in which it is stated that the
President declared that he was determined
to execute faithfully the fugitive slave law,
and would appoint no man to office who
might be called upon to assist in the ad
ministration of that law, who would not
zealously co-operate in its execution.
. On another occasion, we understand,
from eood authority, that the President
declared that the law should be executed
at every hazard even at the risk of
Jenny Lind's Gcnerositr-
. The' Home Journal of last week relates
the following story of Jenny Lind:
During hpr first visit here a swede
called, and sent up a note in his native
Ianniae; requesting to see her. She did
hot remember the name, as she read it,
but when the young man came in she at
4nce remembered his countenance an old
play fellow when they were children to
gether at-school. She inquired his cir
cumstances. He is a cabinet maker, resi
ding with his family at Brooklyn. The
next day Jenny Lind drove over and made
the wife of her old schoolfellow a long
visit. The next day just before leaving
the city for Boston, she wentag?im The
husband was not at home. She gave to
the wile a note for htm he opened it on
his return it contained a sweetly worded
request that he would allow her to give td
his children a memento of their father's
school friendship with Jenny Lind. The
memento" was a check for ten thousand
A Precocious Couple. One of the cen
sus takers for Greene co., Mr. McCoy,
says the Xenia (Ohio) Torchlight, informs
ns of: an instance of precocity that came
under his observation in the eastern part
of that county i which we venture to say
.is unparalleled in this latitude. The par
ties area married couple, the husband 18,
nd the. wife 16. They have been mar
ried about four years, and have two chil
"djren one of which is over three years of
.age, and the other over one! If a young
er couple than they have commenced pad
ding1 to the glory and greatness of their
e ountry," we hop to hear of it.
rrjIO WA NT S BAR G A IN S ?
EVANS &, HUGHES,
Have jut received at their Clothing- Store
in Ebentbuig, a large and tpiendid assoituienl
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
atucn tbich may be enumerated
' AH kinds of Cloth, Dress, Sack
and Business Coats; Beaver, Felt and
blanket Overcoats of all sizes; a large lot
of Satine't and Cassimere Pantaloons of all
colors and 'qualities; and a good as
sortment of Silk and Cassimere
Fancy Vests, Hats aud Caps,
together with everv kind
of Boy's Clothing.
Fine and Coarse Shirts, Handkerchiefs,
Silk Shirts, Stocks, Umbrellas, all of
hich they will dispose of on the most
reasonable terms; I'hey have also on
hand a large stocfc of Cloths Cassi
meres and Vestings, which they are
prepared to make up in the most
workmanlike manner, and on the
most accomodating terms for
cash-or a tDra7ed country nro.
duce. Their entire Stock cf
Clothing is made up accord
ing lo the lajest Fashions.
Having selected their goods with great cure
and purchased on the lowest cash terms, they
are prepared to accomodate their friendu and
customers with clothing of a superior quality
and at lower yces than goods of a similar
quality were ever sold in this county.
The public arc respectfully invited lo call
and examine their goods.
Nov. 7, 1850. 5-tf.
Ka n away from the subscriber in Ebeusburg,
JOSEPH WEAKLAND, an indented appren
ticed the Cabint Making business, a god about
18 yearn, all persons are hereby cuutioned a.
gainst harboring or trusting him on my ac
count. The above reward and no thanks
b given for his apprehension
WILLIAM MILLS, JU.
Nov. 7, ISaO. 5-3 1.
LETTE .Testamentary on the cststc of
Elizabeth Roberts, late of Cambria township,
Cainiiria cnnty. deceased, having been granted
to lhi ii!tdersine.l by the Register of Cambria
utiuntv: Notice is her;by givno to all thosa in.
dcbied to said elate to make immediate pay
ment, and thosa having claims against said en
tate to present them properly authenticated
E. J. WATERS.
November 7, 1850. 5-6t.
On Jflonday Jcxt
WILL BE OPENED
ROB ROY do..
SUP MO US DE LAIXES,
CAMALION and BLK SILKS
And drees goods of every variety.
EMBOSSED TABLE COVERS,
JENNY LIND. SACRAMENTO AND
DRESS BUTTONS, 4 C.
JENNY LIND WTELTS,
LASTING AND MOROCCO GAITERS,
GOAT AND MOROCCO BOOTS,
JENNY LIND BOOTS,
G UM SHOES A ND GA ITERS.
Together tcitn a thousand and one other arti.
cUs, all of which will be sold low for CASH,
G. W. TODD $.Co.
Fashionable Barber and Hair Dresser,
One Door Wesi of Thompson's Ilot'.l,
Oct. 24, lb50 3m.
lftft Ilftft FEET of Whte Pine
lUUjUUV Boards, and 100,000
Lap and Joint Shingles for sale by
ZMl KEGS OF NAILS on hand, and
-for sale by . J. IVORY.
Summit Sept.- 6, 1850. .
FRESH. QRM VJ1
Bffinre. frank Tin nni.. n . .
" . - T " "'J t nn i Agama
agulre, Jonbstown. Teiin'a: Catherine 11
aeuire. Susan T. Mn.. . r
guire, Aichael R.aguire. Charles B. Msguire.
tllen &. Afaguire.John C. Jlaguire, Jane R.
Alaguire, Ann S. JUaguire, .Vary Harrit. Eliz
abeth Ilarrit. Ann llarrir r.ik.,; n.:.
and Joseph Harrit, all of or near Hjgerstowns
Mary land. 6
Take notice, that in pursuance or a writ of
D.rtiliAn .J . .
, valuation. Issued IrAi.i Ih.o ,
Court and lo me directed, lo malc nnii;nn
o, . uiw.ua8B ana lot ot ground, situ
ate in the city of Pittsburg, Allegheny county,
Pennsylvania, being part of Lot No. 489 on
Cot. cocas' plan of Pittsburg, and: bounded
as ioiiows: beginning at the intersection of
Cherry Alley, with Liberty street, and running
thence along Liberty street to a point, seven
feet from the corner of the brick wells of tl,
building erected thereon: thno by a line at
rUi.hi 'y -ct, and parallel
with the Weel end of said building, to Chen y
Alley aforesaid: thencro by the line of Eaid
Alley to the place of beginning; whicft said
boundaries include the aforesaid brick building
together with a small triangle eastwa?dly
thereof, and seen feet of ground lying west
wardly of said building, lo and among the heirs
and legal representative of the Rev. Charles
B. Aaguire, dee'd, who died intestate seised of
the said land; if said partition can be mado
wi!hout prejudice to, or spoiling tho whole:
but if partition thereof cannot bo rnado, tben
to value, zvd ippiaise the same &c; an iuqdest
will be heh? on the said premises on the sev
enteenth day of December next, eighteen hun
dred and fifty for tho puVnoss aforesaid at 10
o'clock A. M. .when and "where you may at
tend if you thir.k proper.
, C CURTIS, Sheriff,
bhenff's Office, Piltsbu-jr, )
Oct. 2G, 1850. 4-6t.
RIFFLE &ligA11l:REYSi .
U ave received (iwui flnk-duii lira, at luier
Store Room at the Suuiiiiit. a Uiire a:id vulen.
did assort meht of
Fall and Winter Good-?,
elected with grcut care, and with a desire to
accommodate the wa&u of all. Their stock
Ctotfis, Cassimeres, Sallinels, Tweeds, Ginghams,
Flannels, Prints . of every variety,
Linseys, He Lains, the latest
styles of Shawls,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
BOOKS and STATIONARY,
Together with a heavy slock of
In fact almost everything required to satisfy
the wants of tho community. Having pur
chased s.1 the lowest cash prices they are pre
pared lo accommodate their customers witb
goods oh terms a little lower than they can be
purchased at any other establishment In the
county. All are respectfully invited to give
them a call and judge fur themselves.
October !7th JS50. .
Tho acdfcf signed rtuptclfuily solicit thctr
friei.ds and tho public generally to call and ez
eiiuiie the p1ci.did block cf GOODS, just la.
tei(d and titty ij.enit g at tLir Ktre Uoni
iu KWiis.turjr. Haz'tug adopted the CASH
AN1J IfAUTLR Sylitti. they will e enabled
.o ii -pooos at prices tiiat will d?v compft.-i
tion, 'I hti stuck r f J.jgojI is large, snd ro! c I
ted ilh a view of giving sctiofaclion cTHirl
oue; aua coniois in part
BOOT S, S II O 13 S,
NAILS, GLASS, OILS,
PAINTS, FISil, SALT, &C..&C.
Give them a call, brin on your CASH, aad
reft assured that you will vet tbe worth of
your money. .
G. W. TODD. &. CO
Ebensburg. October 10th 1850.
tt. 1. KAGEHAN.
ATTOKMi AT LAW,
r.hrr sburg. June 20, 185").
persons havuij claims of anv kind
against tho Commonwealth for materials fur
nishtd or labor . performed on the Allegheny
Portage Rail Road, prior to Doc. IstlBJO,
arc requested to make immediate report of
their amount to the undersigned at his office
at tho Summit. It is hoped that no person
having a claim will neglect this notice, as he
is desirous ofreporting to the Canal Board all
of the debts due, so that a sufficient appropri
ation may be made at the next session of the
Legislature for their liquidation.
WM. S. CAMPBELL. Sap't,
yjuive oi su permienaani,
A. P. R. R.
October 2'Jth, 1S50.
Put down for Trial at an adjourned
Court of Common Pleas to be htld at
JCwji gi tit-ttmfjXfi- cfic county OJ
Cambria, commencing on the 4th JJou-
dayoj November A. D. 1850.
Ream et al
Harris &. Williams
Cunningham &. Kclls vs Barns
vs Gosh &, Denlinger
Vs Bell Co.
vs Johnstown Bor.
Came to the residence of the subscriber in
Allegheny township, a Brir.dla Bu'l, white
face, rising three years old; no other marks .
Ihe owner is requested to como forward,
provo property, pay charges, and take him
away, otherwise lie rt ill be disposed of accord
ing to law.
Oct 17. 1850 2-3t.
Came to the residence of the subscriber in
Allegheny township, about the 20th of Sep
tember last, a red and white spotted Heifer,
about three years old. The owner is requested
lo ipme forward, prove property, pay charges,
aud take her away, otherwise t-iie will be dis
posed of according to lave. .
Oct. 17, 1850. 2-3t.
Came to the residence of the subscriber, oil
the 9th instant, two dark bay HORSES, with
black legs and mane. They are perfect match
es, and each is supposed to be eight years old.
Ore of them has both hind legs scratched
above the paster joiot, and the mark of the
collar on his shoulder. The owner is requested
to come forward, prove property, pay charges,
and take them awsy, otherwise they will be
disposed of according to law.
Persons in search of said horses may be di.
rerted lo the residence of tho subscriber, by
inquiring at Bowser's Hotel, scveu miles west
Oct. 1C, 1850. 2-3..
"tj" E1TERS of Administration on the estate
JLi of Edward Daley, late of Washigi.ton tp.
deceased, having been granted by the Register
of Cambria county to the undersignedresiding
near Jefferson: Notice is hereby given to all
persons indebted to said estate lo make imme
diate paymen', and those having claims against
said estate, to present them properly authenti
cated for settlement.
September 26, 185051 Gl,
Harris for use
Pibert Si. Osborne
WM. KI'JTELL Tiu'lhy.
7" Prothcmfary's Office,
ESenhurg Oct. 21, 1853. S
LIST OF CAUSES, put darn for tri
al at an adjourned Cowt of Cnuunon
Plea3 to be htld at Ubnisburg in and
for the county of Cambria on the first
Monday in December next,
M'Kinzic's Adm'r vs Biirgoun
vs Young &. Sargent
vs George & Dougherty
vs Newman el al
vs Gallaher & Little
vs Ooborne & M'Kce
vs Hadshead et al
vs Lloyd Sl Lytle
vs Dodson'&. Fenlon
vs Amsbaugh & Rodgers
vs Smith el al
WM. KITTELL, Trothonotai v.
i roinonoiarv s Ulnce,
Ebensburg Oct. 21, 1850:
JUST RE CF I FBI).
Puro White Led, Linseed Oil, Nails,
Glass, Mackeral,Herriii, Sugar,
And for sale at the store of
Has dome, and.
So has J . MOORE'S large and spleadiJ lot
of cheab goods, cAititing of
Queensware, Leather, Boots, Shoes 4c.
Just s )i ttle cheaper than they were ever of.
fered in this country . Lumber and country
produce taken in exchange, and cash not re
fused. September 24, 1850.
u. is, lllnm
A TTOIiNE Y A T LA
Ofllce cue d.2r wost of J.S. Buchanan's Store.
April 12. 104 if.
A TTRONE Y AT LA Yf,
April 12. 1849 if.
DR. THOMAS C BUNTING
South-west corner of 7th Race ttt.
April 2G. 1849. 29-
CHEAPER THAN EVER!!
HE subscriber has just received from
the Eat, at his N Store Room in
Ebensburg, a SPLES DID assortment
Fall and Winter Goods,
Adapted to tbe tastes and wants of the people
of this section of country. His stock of goods
having been selected with care, and purchased
at the lowest fcasli prices; he feels confident
hai be ctnuot bo beaieo ituber as regards
toali'y or cheapness ard consists of
Silks Linens, Checks,
Muslins, Cottonades, a large vari
ety of Pnrit5 and Fancy Dress
BOOTS AND SHOES'
Hats, and Caps,
Together with every thing usually kept in a
country store. His friends and the public
generally arc respectfully invited to give him
Sept.SG, 1830. 51.
NE W& "C H E A P
ATfbRNEY AT LAW,
All business in ihe several Courts of Dlk!r, In
diana and Cambria counties entrusted to Lis
care, will be promptly aaeuded to.
Office, opposite J. S. Buchanan's iore.
April 12, 1849, tf
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Borough of Loretto, Pa., will attend to
collections entrusted to his care.
May 2, 185030.
mm c, mmm
Will attend the several Courts of Cairbrii co
as heretofore. OfEice ona door west of Mr
Wm. M'Failcr.d's Cabj-iet Wareroom. in
HO L LI DA FSB UR G, PA.
tx IS, '50 27-tf.
Justice of the Peace and Scrivener,
BoROCOH OF SCMMITVILLE,
WLLatlend promptly lo collections or oth .
er business entrusted to him. 1..
Legal instruments cf writing drawn niUi
accamcv and d-spalc!.
Sept. 4lh Ie50-3.n.
GEOUGE W. TODD .. CO
(Successorsto Liizingcr 4 "fedd.)
Dealers iu Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware.
b doers cait of Rci.slaw's Hotel. High tt.
Light Brown, &
iiti.f Spaoisli CIGARS.
G. W.TODD Co.
O't-onner &. Co.
Roth &, Eberhart
j m VCKF.UaL,
II A MS AND SIDES,
LARD AND CHEESE.
Johnstown, Cambria Count', Pa.
Thomas A. Maguirc; Proprietor.
THE undersigned, having succeeded Mr.
Samuel Bracken in the prop rietorship of
the Establishment, most respectfully announ
ces to the public , that his entire attention will
be devoted to the task of rendering the Ex
change Hotel one of tbe best public houses in
this section of the Stato.
Especial care will be observed in procuring
liquors of tho choicest brands, and every ap
propriate delicacy which the market affords,
will be Carefully selected for the table.
Good etables and careful hostlers are prov i
The undersigned will always le most happy
lo greet his fjiends and the travelling commu
nity. THOMAS A MAGUIRE.
. Oct. 21, IB50. tf.
Constantly sud hand
and for sale by
J. PAL.MEK &. Co.;
r Market t. u ;.rf
Sept. 20, '50-51-3m
ON - r- tsr
PRIME RIO COFFEE
Vif T TX
A -mIs .'A
RICE 4-c. -c
Freeh from ihe Eastera Markets at
G, W. PODD &. CO'S.
WOOL, BUTTER, EGGS and
Produce of every description
G. W. TODD &. CO.
50 bbls Conemaugli Salt.
10 sacks Ground Alum &alt,
for sale by
MURRAY & ZAHM.
N excellent lot of Locust Posts suitable for
fencing on hand and for sflle bv
MURRAY ii. ZAliM.
BARRELS prime Conemaugh
Salt just received and for sale
at the store of
J. IVORY & Co.
lbs Wool for which
the highest prices will
For Sale at this Off,ce.
HAS 1UST RECEIVED A LARGE AND
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
FALL and WINTER GOODS.
Comprising In part fine Cloths end Cassimeres
with an assortment of the "most desirable
and fashionable Ladies DrfFs Goods,
euch as Lawns. Lustres, Dc Lainei
Alpacas, Mulls, Ginghams,
Calicoes, &c, in grai
with every descrip.
tiop of Men da
. Children's .
tic Goods, Hosiery,
Trimmings &.c, & c.
Vs have a. laro.an' gener
al assortment which will La sold
lower than any th.it have ever been
offered in this vicinity, toctlier with a
general e.sortment of
K A R D W A R E ,
Queersarf, Drags, Medicines, Gils, Glass and
Tutty; BgoIs and Shots;
fFine Beaver and Moleskin Hats
fine Cloth Caps: fine Gimv, Braid,
Pearl and slraw Bonnets; Books, ta
With every description of Goods, Notions,
Sec, that aro usually kept in a country store,
ill of which will be sold on such terms as will
defy all competition and injure general satis
acticn. (EFAU kinds of Country Produce wanted, for
w hich the highest mouet Price will be given iTJ
Summit A. P. R. Road,
Sept. 25, 16o0--39.
CEN TRA L PLNNSYL VAN I A
BRYAN. GLEIM, CO.
jlFFICRon Allow "V ! (?
sits tue rest urnce
paid upon money depnfl'.ed
rate of 3 per
Interest will be
as follows, v'u:
Three mouth deposits al the
cent, per annum.
Six month deposits at the rate of 31 ps; ctni.
pet annum. .
Nine month dtv-siu e.t ihs .-a.'.s tf 4 pr
cent, per annom.
Twrlve mo r. lit Ji-ri-its Li iht rale sf 4J per
cent. pr eiuiurn,'
Draf. s on th ci'.ioa :'; m sa r. to sail
the purchasers, and cvllections mode upon any
point at low rates.
August 8. 1S50. 4i-tf.
Gents, Ladies, Girls, Boys and
Children can be supplied for cash with any
Quantity ol Boots, Shoes, Buskins and Surreys
at G. W.TODD, &.Co's.
Brocade Luctin, Thibit,
Paramatta and Cashmere. Cloths, Plain, figured
and Palm Mous de Laines at
G, W. TODD &. Go's.
Black, B.own, Blue. Pi
lot and Beaver Cloths; Fancy, Silk and Satin
Vestings; a variety of Cassimercs at
G. W. TODD &. Co'.
Blanket, Long Cloth, Teken and
Fancy Shawls, latest styles, and cheap fJr
Cash at G. W. TODD &TCo's store.
Just opened a splcn
did lot of HARDWARE for cash or produce
G. W. TODD &. Co'a
S by 10 , 10 by 12. 10 by 11 window glass.
Jut Received, bv :
Oct. 16. G W.IOPP, At CO.
W.- B. HUDSON'S
One Door East cf the Post Office.
H. II. Clocks, U';c!.ts, ar:c Jtv.t'.ry rep-iiei
at E':orlct no; ice end warrantee.
Pept. 133J 51.
FOR the subf-criber will tell cr cer.t his
well known TJLT.7 ?l.XtC tdjoinicg
the borough of Hbensburg, on the ens'., lying
between the turnpike ai.a the I.oreHo road
with three teres ot" ljnd on which the follow
ing buildina have bt'Cii erected, viz: a .good
two story frame dwelling house and frame sta
ble, aud excellent buildics well adapted for a
tanner's shop. All the oppurletianccs necessa
ry for carrying on the tanning Irade are. in ex
cellent order and can, if required, be enlarged.
There is also a large supply of good water
both at the house and tan yard.
Terms of sale will be riiaonable. Poasej.
sion will be given al anv time-
ADgut23, 1850 t7-tf.
The undersigned respectfully., announces to
his friends and the traveling coinnnior.ity that
he has taken this large and commodwa huss
ir( the borough of Ebensburg,. formerly kept by
S. J . Renshaw, where he will be bappy to ao
commodate bis friends and. those may be
pTeased to favor him with their pitroiape.".
Having fitted up the Housa in a:i excellent
manner, he can Fsoro tbe lri.vciiirg pnbhc
that nothing will Le wepting on Lis part that
will contribute to ilia couifwl cf his cstonjers
His rC A?T.T? will always be supplied with
tiie best tuo isarketi canaffurd, and his 3.0.
is filled, wl;h choice liquors. Mis SI'ABLE
being very, large and attended by a careful
Hostler, he is prepared t. accommodate Dro
vers on the most reasonable terms.
March 23, ISoO. 23-tf.
Neatly and expeditiously execu
ted at this Office