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THE OLD TURNPIKE.
We hear no more tho clinging hoot,
And the stage coach rattling by;
For the iteam.king rules ths traveled world,
..'And the old Pike's left to die.
The grass creeps o'er the flinty path,
And the stealthy daisies steal,
Where once the stage horse, day by day,
Lifted his iron heel.
Ho more the weary stager dreads
The toil of the coming morn; .
No more the bustling landlord runs ,
- At the sound of the echoing horn;
For the dut lies still upon the road,
And bright-eyed children play, -
Where crce the clajtering hoof and wheel
Rattled aloDg the way,
So more we hear the cracking whip.
Or the strong wheel rumbling round;
Ah ha. thewaier drives us on ,
And an iron horse is found:
The coach stands rusting in the yard,
And the horeo has sought the plow;
Wi have spanned the world with an iron rail
And the team-king rules us now!
Tho old Turnpike is a pike no more,
. Wide cpen stands the gate;
We have made us a road for our horse to stride
Which we ride at a flying rate.
We have filled tbe valloys and leveled the hills,
And tunneled tbe mountain's side;
And round tbe rough craj's dizzy vergej
Festlcsety on wc ride!
On on on with a haughty front!
A pufT, a shriek, and a bound;
' While the tardy echoes wake too late,
To babble back the sound;
And the old Pike-road is left alone,
And the stagers sought the plow;
W'e have circled the Earth with an iron rail ,
And the ileem king rulea us now!
AN IRISH MELODY.
BY D. F. M CARTHY.
"Ah, street Kitty Neil, rise up ftoin the wheel;
Your neat little foot will be weary from spin
ning; Come, trip down with me to tho sycamore trce
Hslf the parish is there, and the dance is be
ginning. 'I he sun is gone down, but tbe full harvest moon
Shines sweetly and cool on the dew. whitened
W hile all the air rings with (he soft, loving
' tnings hj.j
Each little bird sings 'in the green shaded
With blush and a smile; Kitty rose up to the
Her eyes in the glass , as she bound her h air,
'Tie hard to refuse when a young lover sues.
Eo she couldn't but choose to go off to the
And now on the green the glad groups are seen
Each gay.hesrlod I-id with the lass of his
And Fat, without fail leads out sweet Kitty
Somehow, when he ake.i , she ne'er tho't of
Now Felix Msgce puts hia pipes on his knee,
And with a Sourish so free, seta each couple
in motion; ground
With cheer and a bound, the lads potter the
The maids move around just like swans in
Cheeks bright as thq roae-fctt light as the dec's
Now coyly retiring, now bold'y advancing.
Search the world all round, from the sky to the
No such sight can be found aa an Irish lass
Srcet Kate, who could view your bright eyes
of deep blue, es so mildly
beaming hum idly through their dark lash
Your fair-turned arm, heaving breast, rounded
Ncr feel the heart wtrm, and its puh.es throb
Feor Fat feels his heart, as ha gazes, depart.
Subdued by tho sm trt of such painful, yet
Tbe sight leaves his eyes a he erica with a sigh,
"Danco light Cor my heart it lies under your
Discoveries of the Microscope.
Leuwenhoeck tells us of animated insects
seen with the microscope, of which tven-ty-seven
millions would only be equal to
a mite. Insects of various kinds are ob
servable in the cavities of a common grain
ofeand. Mould is a forest of beautiful
trees, with the branches, leaves, flowers,
and fruit, fully discernable. Butterflies
are feathered. Hairs are hollow lubes.
The Burlace of our bodies is covered with
scales like a fish, a single grain of sand
would cover one hundred and fifty of
these scales a single scale covers five
hundred pores; yet through these narrow
openings the sweat exudes like water
through a sieve; how minute then must
be its particles. The mite makes five
hundred steps in a second. Each drop of
stagnant water contains a world of anima
ted beings, swimming with as much liber
ty as whales in the sea. Each leaf is a
v.cinny of Insects grazing on it like oxen
in a rue ado..
The young man that pickfd the lock
that belonged to the elephant's trunk,, has
hen Fcnlcnrfd to three month's hunl hbor
on thr nhil. -
A Honey-Moon Incident.
The interference of police officer was
i called for yesterday, at the residance of
Mr.'' Felix M. Baker, m fine street. The
circumstaces are worth telling in meth
odical order. Mr. Baker, a bald-headed
gentlemen of five-and-forty, was married
two weeks ago to Miss Sarah Garvin of;
thirty "anil upwards." The young coup
le were very comfortably situated; snug
house nice furniture handsom e income.
(Mr. B.'is a senior mercantile clerk, with
a good salary.) Two weeks of rapture
passed behold Mr. and Mrs. Baker
seated . side by side on a sofa in the
parlor, arr anging their plans for the future
Their expected responsibilities happened
to be the leading topic.
Mrs. B. I hope the first may be a boy.
Dear little fellow! I seem to see him now,
tumbling about the carpet and kickin g up
his innocent heels like a blessed lambkin!
He shall have your name, my dear; Fe
lix! it sounds so beautiful and romantic;
Mr. B. Thank you, my love. I wished
to have him named Felix; very glad to
hear that we agree in every thing. I'll
teach him some amusing tricks see if I
don't, I'll make a man of him before he,s
I six years old. Won't I, my dear? i
j Mrs. B. To-be-sure you will, darlin. j
lie shall learn to read and write before
he leaves off petticoats X know lio'il
Mr. B. That he will; and he shall learn
to smoke a segaras soon as he is weaned.
It looks so manly to see a little toddling
fellow puffing away at a real Havana se
gar. A 11 promising boys learn to smoke
early. I smoked in my second year.
Mrs. B. I'd rather he sou Id not smoke,
my dear it's a very nasty practice.
Mr. B.x nasty practice, my love! How
can that be? I smoke, you know.
Mrs. B. Yes, I know you do, Mr. Baker;
and it is the only imperfection in your
Mr. B. I consider it one of my most
graceful accomplishments, madam and
I've resolved that every son of mine shall
learn to smoke, the very first thing.
Mrs. B. And I've resolved, sir, that no
son of mine shall learn to smoke at all.
Mr. B. JFith excitement.' I'm very
glad that you mentioned it, then, for it is
right that we should come to an under
standing on tho subject. I'll let you
know that I am master in my own house.
Mrs. B. I'll let you know that you are
not mi master, you ugly o'd tyrant.
Mr. B. Say such another word, you
saucy jade, and I'll turn you outof doors!
Mrs. 13. 1 ouch me it you dare, you
cowardly ' old villain. Help! murder!
Mrs. B. falls into "violent hysterics."
Servants rush in. House-maid, sup
posing that Mrs. B. is assassinated by
her husband, flies to the front door, add
repeats the cry of "murder." Great
crowd collected Mr. Baker taken in charge
by a denuLy;marshal of the Dolice. Ex
pianaiion at the Mayor's office. Mr. B
is bound over to be of good behaviour
towards Mrs. Baker which will insure
a quiet house for the balance of the honey
moon. And here was rather a bad mat
rimcnial fiacas, all about smoke. V.
Pennsy Iranian .
The following is the proclamation of
Governor Johnston fixing a day of thanks
"Another revolution of the seasons has
been almost completed. Peace with all
nations has been vouchsafed to our coun
try by the Supreme Dispenser of National
blessings. A beneficent Providence has
continued His guardian care over the peo
ple of this Commonwealth- He has pre
served, under the institutions of free gov
ernment, in the quiet and undisturbed en
joyment of civil and religious liberty. He
has favored us with heallhlul seasons and
abundant harvests. Individual happiness
rewards the enterprise of the citizens; 4The
earth is full of the goodness of the Lord.
While the inestimable bounties of Provi
dence furnish a suitable subject for mutual
gratulation and grateful acknowledgement,
an enlightened sense of duty and gratitude
to that Being from whom they flow, ad
monishes us to unite as one People in of
fering up the tribute of fervent thanksgiv
ing and praise to 'Him who watches over
the destinies of nations,' 'who searches
the hearts of the children of men, 'who
hath prepared His Throne m the Heav
ens, and whose kingdom ruleth over all.'
Deeply impressed with the propriety of
this duty, in accordance with a venerated
custom, and in compliance with the wish
es of the great body of the people, I. Wil
liam F. Johnston, Governor of the said
Commonwealth, do hereby appoint and
designate Thursday the 12 A day of De
cember next, as a day of general thanks
giving throughout the State, and I hereby
recommend and earnestly invite all the
good people of this Commonwealth to a
sincere and prayerful observance of the
American Grave yabd in Mexico.
In the Army Appropriation bill, we notice
one item that stands straugely contrasted
with the general features of the measure.
There are few among our readers whose
memories will not be stirred with mourn
ful associations by its perusal. It is as
"For purchasing, walling, and ditch
ing a piece of land near the City of
Mexico, for a cementery or burial ground
for such of the officers and .soldiers of our
army in our late war with Mexico, as fell
in battle, or died in and around said city,
and for the interment of American citi
zens who have died or may die in said
city, to be expended under the direction
of 'he President o the U. S; 10,000 dol-
Down East Girls .The Belfast Journal,
in "cracking up" the down east girls,
says: - - - . . . ..
"Ve;an show: you some specimens
down east, -who have not been deformed
by liver squeezers nor tight shoes, fatted
after the manner of Hottentots, or starved
a la mode in cities. They have grown up
according to organic laws, dieted on beef
steak and corn bread, exercised as the
Greeks used to; are up aud coming like a
flock of partridges with a pointer , among
'em, can wash the tea things, go out and
milk the cow, and jump over a five rail
fence with the pail full and never spill a
drop. Needn't rap; we have seen them
The "Mountain Sentinel" is published ev
cry Thursday morning at Two Dollars per
annum, payable halt yearly.
Jo subscription will be taken tor a shorter
period than six months; and no paper will be
discontinued until all arrearage are paid. A
ailure to notity a discontinuance at the eipira-
tionotlthe term subscribed for, will be consider
ed as a new engagement.
ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted
at the following rates: 50 cents per square for
the first insertion; 75 cents for the second; $1
for three insertions, and 25 cents per square
for every " fcuusequtt. I A.
duction made to those who advertise by the
year. All advertisements handed in must have
the proper number of insertions marked there.
on, or they will be published till forbid and
charged in accordance with the above terms.
ILTAil letters and communications, to insure
attention must bo post paid.
st. francis' academy for boys.
Loretto, Cambria county. Pa.
IIIS Institution, in charge of the Fran.
. ciecan Brothers, and distant four miles
from the direct mail road between Philadelph
ia and Pittsburg ,will, on the first Monday in
September, be opened for the reception of pu
pils, who will be instructed in any of the fol
lowing branches of an elementary and liberal
education: Reading, Writing, Arithmetic,
English Grammar, Ancient and Modern Geog.
raphy, Use of Globes, Elements of Natural
Philosophy, Ancient and Modern History,
Book Keeping, a full course of Mathematics,
and of the Greek and Latin Classics, Sic.
The Annual pension for Board Tu--)
ition, Washing, Mending of lin- I qinrt rjn
en , and use of Bedding, (payable j
half yearly in advance,) is, j
Postago of letters, books and stationary, if
not turnisned ty parents or guardians, will
form an extra charge, as will also Medical at
tendance. The Scholastic Year commencing as above,
will close the 15th of July fallowing.
Those remaining at the institution during
the Summer vacation, will be charged ll
Each pupil must be provided with a sufficient
supply of Summer and Winter clothing; six
shirts, six pocket handkerchiefs , six pairs of
stockings, four pairs of drawers, six towels,
and three pairs of boots or shoes.
The healthy location of the Establishment,
together with picturesque scenery the varied
and extensive prospect all around.o beneficial
to youthful minds must render it desirable
8 a place of education.
The attention of tho Brothers to the intel-
l 1 . I' aL 1. I j
entrusted to their care, will be unremitting;
and to render that attention effective, the disci
pline will be exact, yet mild and parental.
A half yearly account of the health, conduct
and literary progress of each pupil, will bo
transmitted So hi parent or guardian.
All letters addressed (post-paid) to lheS
perior of the Franciscan Monastery, Loretlo,'
will receive due attention.
Reference may be made to Rt. Rev. M.O'.
Connor, Bishop of Pittsburg, Rev. II. I. Gal
laher Loretto. Cambria couuty,
October 3, 1850 3m.
1 PUBLIC BENEFIT f
Constantly on hand and conti nually
Or exchanging the very best quality of
That can be procured in Philadelphia
For Grain or Hides, and still cheaper
The more acceptable article termed
Or on short and approvod credit
9t I he Stove of
WILLIAM M'GOUGH &, Co.
Foot of Plane No. 4, A. P. R. R.
N. B. Persons wishing to exchange Grain
for Goods, &.C., may do well to call at the
WM. M'GOUGII Sc. Co.
Sept. 27, 1819. 5I-lf.
TO FARMERS AND MEN OF BUSINESS
OILS, CANDLES & GDAN0.
rpnHE SUBSCRIBER ofFeis, at the lowest
JhL rates, in any quantity to suit purchasers,
GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO,
and every variety of
SPERM, WHALE, LARD, AND
, Manufacturers, Tanners, Farmers, Dealers
and Consumers, are invited to call.
GEORGE W. R IDG WAY,
No. 37 North Wharves, the first
below Race street, Philadelphia.
August 15, 1850. 4 5-3 ra.
WOOL Wanted and the highest
prices paid at the store of
CASTINGS received and for
Mlu at J. C. O'Neill's Store.
Barrels Cone maugh Salt
for sale by J. MOORE.
A Barrels of Supcrio r Flour, part extra for
XI I sale by
01 " J. IVORY & Co.
IN good uroad v neeiea lour
horse WAGON for sale by
DOZEN Mann's Axen fomalo t the 6 tor
o! MURRAY -A ZAIIM
i Wholesale and Retail A
Tin Copper ? Sheet-Iron
Wan uf act ory.
The subscriber adopts this method of ret or-
. s . ft-
rung thanks to ins tnenas ana me pnouc
generally for the liberal patronage neretotore
bestowed upon him, and begs leave to inform
them that he has enlarged his business, andnow
keeps constantly on hand a large supply o
every variety of
COAL BUCKETS, TEA
which he will sell wholesale or retail as
low as any other establishment in the
country. He is also prepared to manu
facture SPOU TINGr for houses at the
shortest notice and on the most reasonable
terms. Merchants and ethers desirous of
purchasing bills of ware, are respectfully
invited to call as he is prepared to furnish
all articles in his line equally as low as
can be had either east or west, and all or
ders addressed to him will be prorrptly
JOB WORK of everv description, done
on the shortest notice.
The undersigned hopes, bv a strict at
tention to business to receive a liberal
share nf public patronage." "" "
Old copper and puter taken in exchange
Oct. 8. 1849 5-tf.
THE undersigned respectfully informs his
friends and the public generally that he
has rented for a term of years that large brick
house in the borough of Ebensburg, formerly
kept by James Rhey, and known heretofore as
the "Washington Hotel." where he will be
happy to accommodate all those who may fa.
vor him with their patronage, and will use ev.
ery exertion to make their stay pleasant and
will be furnished w:th everything the market
will be supplied with the best wines and liquors
that can be purchased in the eastern markets
are large and will be attended by careful host
lers. Persons wishing to visit any section of
the couuty will be furnished with a conveyance.
ANDREW J. RHEY.
Ebensburg, May 23, ia50. 33
New and Cheap
The undersigned begs leave to inform his
friends and the public generally, that he has
r th.tiir Ktnrk nf J. P. Urban Si. Co
in Carrolllon. His stock is extensive, embra
cing almost every article , usually kept in a
Country Store, and consists in part of a large
Sprit?g and Summer Goods,
among which, are
Cloths, Cassimerea Vestings,
Sattinets, Linens, Checks,
Tweeds, Cottonades, Calicoes,
NankeenB, Drillings, Tickings,
Muslins, Ginghams, Lawns,
Silks, Delaines, Bombazines,
Lustres, Alpacas, Cambrics,
Shawls, Hosiery, Ribbons,
Laces, Gloves, &.c, &x.
ALSO, a large assortment of
Boots and Shoes,
Rats and Caps.
BONNETS, UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS,
Hardware, Queetisicarc, Groceries
BOOKS & STATIONARY,
BACON, FISH, SALT. &c. Sec.
In fact everything wanted in a Country
Store, all of which they will sell as CHEAP
if not a LITTLE CHEAPER than any other
Store in the county.
Lumber and produce taken in exchange for
(goods. Give us a call all thoso who wish
o buy cheap.
JOHN C. O'NEILL.
Carrollton, August 15, 1850.
Largo lot of Bleached and Brown Mu
lins, just received and for sale verv Iom.
hestoreof MURRAY& ZillU.
TO ICE, Star &. Mould Candles
Jtw' and 8 by 10 10 bv 12 Glaua iust re.
ceived, and for sale by J. MOORE.
large lot of PRINTS and GINGHAMS
of superior quality and latest styles, just
received and for sale be
MURRAY &. ZAHM.
August 1, 1850.
ASKETS, Axes, Umbrellas. Broms, El
egy Encirclers," and Sundries gnerally
or solo by
G. W. TODD&. CO.
ALWAYS ON HA NDS:
Mould Dipp'd, aud Star Candles.
8 by 10, 10 by 12, and 10 by 14 Glass.
Cotton Batting. .
Puro White Lead &.c. &.c, at
G. W. TODD &. CO'S.
CLOVER.SEED, BACON f WHISKEY
of sale by . . J. MOORE.
A LA RGK ; quantity of... Dun-
"-canon Nails, and Soikca from 3 In 5 inch
es for sale at Moore's Stoore.
SHELL and Spanish Polka Combs, Port M
uics, Brushes, Fancy Soaps andOliphar.
r sale by '
Cm. V. TODD A CO.
Can't be Meat!
Those in want of Cheap Goods
should call at the
m HE SUBSCRIBERS, thanklul Ior(
past favors, beg leave to inform their
I friends that they have fitted u? a new
JL large Store Room where they can accomo.
date their customers by the hundred, with any
thing and every thing usually kept in a Coun
try Store, and on terms tbe most favorable.
They have just received an excellent assort-
rt n flTTlTirnn nAATifl
1 Yr VII II 11! II rill 1 1 IV
Selected with muoh care, and with a view of
suiting the tastes of the "Frosty Sons of Thun
der" in this particular. locality. The ladies
will also find that particular attention has
been paid their wants, and that their great
variety i calculated to suit ever) body. Among
liieir stock may lie rUUua u viiIog:
Bine Black and Brown Cloths, Fancy and Plain
CASSIMERES, SATINETS of all
prices and desdriptions, DELANES,
CASHMERES, in every variety and
MUSLINS, B rown and Bleached,
T t r f r tt o . r j i r
vALiivuijo oi ran: arid oeauilJui
and LA E
Also. A very large assortment of
of every variety and of the vejy best quality.
Together with a splendid lot of
HATS AND CAPS,
QUEENS WARE, HARDWARE,
GROCERIES for family use.
BOOK and S TA TIONA V,
FISH, SALT, c , $c.
In fact, every thing necessary to render their
They would here say that it is fheir deter
mination to sell goods as cheap if not a little
cheaper than any other establishment in the
place. This will be found to be the case by
those who will favor them with a call.
Lumber and all kinds of country produce
taken in exchange for goods.
MURRAY &. ZAHM.
Ebensburg, July 11, 1S50. 5-lf.
JUST RECEIVED AT THE
Lawns, Lnstres, Corn Col'd k Fancy Prints.
IRISH LINENS, TICKINGS,
FANCY AND DOMESTIC GINGHAMS,
Flannels, Shirtings and
HATS 4- CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
TOBACCO and CIGARS,
UMBRELLAS, QUEENSWARE Ac.
All of which have been bought at the present
low prices, and will be sold accordingly, call
and see. Always ready to bhow goods.
May 30. 1843.
00,000 lbs of Wool wanted by
Al efh DOZEN Boots and Shoes just re-
v ceivea ana lor sale by
MURRAY & ZAHM.
ILL and CUT SAWS for sale at the
MURRAY A ZAHM.
Red Lead, Spanish .Brown,
White Lead, Whiting, Putty,
Varnish, Spirits Turpentine,
and Sweet Oil, for sale by
G. W. TODD fc CO.
ITTLOUR. A lot of prime flour for sale at
IT J.C. O'NEILL'.
Fresh sir ad, .
Just received and for sale by
G, W. TODD A Co.
zfl dbdh LBS Mould, Dipped and Star
kMW Candles for sale by
MURRAY & ZAHM.
RESII arrival of Groceries at the store of
LUMBER, Lap and Joint shingles, vnd
Locust Posts for sale by
G. W. TODD A CO.
A -LARGE lot of Stone and
Earthen Ware just received and for'sale
at the Store of
TWO BIG DOORS!!
I3i 11MUO OUiUlIILill UUUliU
LOT OF FINE SALT, just received and
fr H- MILTON ROBERTS.
TCOR TL MORS, ULCERS, and all kinds ,f
It is impossible to give Ujepubiic an adecasu
idea of the treat success which has fl.
the administration of the All-Healing 0:nciei.i
for the past three years. It is perfectly tj.
tonishing ta witness the effects and hear the
praises bestowed on this medicine. No
cue could conceive that a single medicise
possessed so much virtue, and had power to
heal so many diseases. Cut since it has been
knwn ilt uf ihutudi have been oired,
our friends will begin to realise the truth of
our remaiks in a former advertisement, tit
that there would not be a single family in A
merica, who would live a day without pono.
sing a box of
M'ALISTER'S ALL-HEALING OINT.
if th-ey hot knew its virtues.
n wr r - c. T. - ....
xio. u n oucci lue otn itiicrs in j-t
world for barns.
If MOTHERS and NURSES knew its aJue
in cases of swollen or Sore Breasts and Sore
Nipples, they would always apply it. In aach
cases, it !ed, according to tbe direction, it
gives relief in a very few hours.
PILES. -Thousands are yearly cured bv
this Ointment. It nfrer fi!s in giving relief
for the Piles.
It removes, almost immediately, the inSaa-
niation and swelling, and the pain ceaic
Read the directions arwund the box.
The salve has cured persons of tbe bcadiche
who bad it regularly every week for Iye.rs,
so revere as to cause vomiting.
Tiie foiiowiug teslimoaui was given by the
celebrated Dr. Woosler Beach, the author cf
the great Medical work entitled "The Amen
can t'ractice of Medicine and Family fuyn.
Having been made acquainted willi tns in.
gradients which compose M'ALISTER'S
ALL.HEALING OINTMENT, U(J iuvm;
prescribed and tested it in several csca in my
private practice, 1 Have no LesiUlion in say.
ingor certify iu in-t it is a vegeiable remedy,
containing no mineral substance tchaiertr, titat
its ingredients, combined os are, and csed as
directed by the Proprietor, ure not vnly harm,
less but ot" grtal value, being truely a tcieutiiic
remedy uf great power; ana c&eert'uii tecum,
mend it as a coiiipouua wlucii has aunt) much
good, and which is adapted to lue cure uf a
great veriely of cases. Tuuugli 1 have ne?er
either recommended or engaged in ttte of
secret medicines, regard lor the truly honest.
Proprietor ol (he Ointment, aud tho value of
his discovery obliges uie tu say thus much rt
New York April 22d 1316.
AROUND THE BOX ARE DIREC170X3
FOR UsINU M-aLIVTER's ointment
FOR SCROFULA. LIVER COMPLAINT
ERISIPELAS. t E T T E R, CHILBLAIN.
SCAL1 HEAD. SOHf! rH:s
THROAT. NERVOUS AFFEC 1TON3.
PAINS, HEAD-ACHE. DEAFNESS. EAR
ACHE, BURNS. MJRE LIPS, 1MPLE3.
Ac , RHEUMATISM. PILES, SWELLED
OR BROKEN BREAST, TOOTH-AC11 B.
AGUE IN THE FACE. Ac. Ac.
O Tbia Ointment is goid for any part cf
the body or limbs when inflamed. In aeroa
Cases it should be applied of en.
Sole Proprietor of the above Medicine
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX
FOR SALE by
Lewis A Roberta, Elicnsburg.
Kern A Gorse, Johnstown.
Win. Houston, Indiana.
S. Confer, iloiliud vsborg
Principle OcSce No. 23, North rhitdsUett,
WM. TERRY, General Agec;.
July, 4. 1S53. 33-ly.
NEW and CHEAP
THE subscriber has just received a very ex
tensive assortment of all good usually kept in a
country store whicli will be void at the vest
lowest prices. Among many other articb .
Cloths, Cassimcrcs, Saltiuctt, Tweeds,
And Summer Goods for Men.
Frints, Ginghams, A Linen Goods,
Muslin De lanes. Cashmeres, aad
- SILK GOODS.
A large supply of
HOOTS AND SHOES,
HA TS, BONNETS, and CAPS.
QueenswartJ, Crockery A Stoneware,
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
Which includes Mill and Cmss cut Saws, Are
Scythes A Sickles and good assortment of Car
penters edge tools. ALSO
Tin, Copper, & Sheet Iroa Ware,
Which is made in the house, of the best mate
rials by & first rate mechanic, a large suppJ.
of such manufactured articles always on ami
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Of every Veriety and Descr iption,
Among which arc
Tho Celebrated flathway Cook ctotes 3 size
t " Etna air tight Cook stoves i
sixes for wood and coal.
Victory Cook stove 2 sizes fur
" , Complete Cook stove aiz
for coal. --'.
Any Cook stove sold and recommended, at
Also Nine plate stoves 5 sizes, and Parlor
stoves for coal and wood, &. ecc.
EbensVirg Jane 27th 1850-39,
Containing no Jlercury or other Mineral
FOR TUMORS, ULCERS, and all kind
SORES, it has NO EQUAL.
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