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It is well kapwn that Old Hickory was equally
popular in the army and among the people at
' No man ever lived in this country about
' ; mmv characteristic anecdotes
been related, by those who vere among bis per
sonal friends. Below we give two of these, which
trVdo' not remember to have seen in print before, j
" Several years ago, an officer who was one of
the most distinguished of his grade in the ser-j
Vice of the United States, on his way home.
from a dinner party, on a certain occasion, was
attacked so violently with vertigo, that he be
came impressed with the idea that the ground
as ris'in cp against Liin, and that the fire
plugs were after him in hot haste. Under,
these circumstances, he determined to conceal .
timself in a friendly gutter, and wait until his j
enemies had disappeared. In this condition he .
as found, and, of course, one of the numerous .
troop of office hunters was iounu reauy 10
communicate to Gen. Jackson, then President
of the United States, the fact that the gallant
defender of Fort ' had been found drunk
in the street. The old man stood for a moment
reflecting, then turning to his informant, said:
.4 Very bad conduct, sir, in the Colonel. Bat,
ly the Eternal! he has done fighting enough never
to draw another sober breath in his life." Ever
afterwards, it was the recognized right of the
teteran ColoueL to get drunk as often as he
jleased, provided he kept himself out of sight.
About the same period, the late Major Gibbon
was Collector of the Tort of a southern city, to
which office he had been appointed by the elder
Adams. Of course the Major was a Federalist
and one of Gen. Jackson's political opponents.
During the struggle of the American Colonies
for Independence, Major G. had distinguished
himself on several occasions. He had command
ed a forlorn hope under Mai Anthony, at Stony
Point. After the inauguration of Jackson as
Presilent. the Major, who was as bitter a poii-
lician as he had been gallant as a soldier, in an J r
eiClteu UlSCUSSlOIl ilUUUl pOlilitS, ucuaiva ijji j
Old Hickory was "a d d scoundrel!" The
speech was promptly reported to the President,
by one of his friends, who supposed a vacancy
would be certain. Well, what of it?"' was
Jackson's reply. The man who toinminJid a
forlorn hope of Anthony Wane, has a full right
to curie anybody he pleases!''
The American Flag.
Much discussion haa existed in regard to the
origin of the American flag. It has been sug
gested, that it was originally copied from a por
tion of Washington's coat of arms, and our rea
ders will, perhaps, remember the allusion to this
idea in one of Martin Farquhar Tupper's speech
es, when that gentleman was in this country.
This part of the subject will probably, however,
remain always in conjecture, for no documentary
evidence, respecting it, has yet been adduced, or
is likely to be. But it is "known that the flag as
it exists now, was the growth of two different
stages. At first only the stripes were used, but
afterwards the blue field in one corner, studded
with stars was introduced. The stripes or Union
flag, as it waa called then, was bo'isted in Wash
ington's camp, at Cambridge, on the 1st of Jan
uary, 1776. It was some months later that the
fitars were added. In June, 1777, this flag, thus
perfected, was adopted, by vote of Congress, as
the national banner. Prior to the 1st of Janu
ary, 1776, a plain crimson flag had been used in
the army, for one of that description having beeu
carried at Bunker Hill, it continued to be hoisted
tul the Union -flag -was adopted.' In others of
the colonies, other flags were used, according to
the taste of volunteers, or the coat of arms of
the State. The first naval !gever hoisted was
one with the device of a rattlesnake, coiled at
the foot of a pine tree, with the motto, "don't
tread cn me." This was employed by Paul
Jones, in the waters of the Delaware. When
the Union flag caiao into use, however, it sup
plied all others, on both sea and land.
A correspondent of the Cleveland Herald, no
ticing the advertisement of the four girls of Troy
for husbands, is out upon the practice, and
gives the following instance as a warniug to
young girls in a hurry : "Some twenty years
iace, a lady, who, it afterwards appeared, was
mistress of a Larding school, sent forth an ad
vertisement for a husband. She found no diffi
culty in obtaining one; and for a short period
all appeared to go on smoothly with the newly
married pair, who were, oa an eventful morning,
partaking of comfortable breakfast, when a
tranger presented himself at the house, pro
fessedly to make the needful inquiries prepara
tory to placing a daughter at the school. He
of course introduced into the breakfast
oom, where he announced himself as a police
officer, at the same moment producing a war
"htforthe apprehension of the lady's newly
gotten husband on a charge of murder !"
5am Slick says, writing from England :
"Arter all, they haint got no Indgin corn
, they can't raise it, nor punkin-pics, nor
Vuncei, nor pea-mits, nor silk-worms, nor noth-
Then as to their farmin' Lord only look
i nve great elephant-lookin beast in one plough
Wd16Be hlTnmolt5n' fellow to hold the
lot aDOther t0 Cftrfy wh'P anJ a
7 o lead, whose boots have more iron on 'em
in&a tv. i .
uorses Luffs have, all crawlin', a if
was agom- to a funeral. What sort of a
Jy U d( work - It makes me mad to
look at 'm t ..
f 11 lfiere any airthly clumsy way
0f doia' thing, that's the way they are
cbatV" 8ure t0 here. They are a benighted,
,"".ate hull-headed people, the English, that's
and always was."
duT-0 f the BCntor bishops of the Metho-
bttt'f..K,! ?M Ch?Tch ling very ill, with
is rt P" 0f reery. Bishop Hedding
W u ' J a correspondent of the Chris
Me ht A I 18 Terj Cak' but clieerfuL tum-tT'-r
BnaP!e" manners', according to the
HamV Pattert of Methodist Bishops. Bishop
Welglits and Measures.
We copy the following table of the number of
pounds in a bushel of the various articles. It
K ui uiinvM lo some ot our tanning
Ji... - i
in to : frienrle 1
Of wheat, sixty pounds.
Of shelled coi n, fil'ty-bix pounds.
Of com in the cob, seventy r-ouiidj.
0" rye, fifty-six pounds.
Of outs, thirty-five pounds.
Of barley, forty-eight pouuds.
Of potatoes, sixty pounds.
Of beans, sixty pounds.
Of bran, twenty pounds.
Of clover seed, sixty pounds.
Of timothy seed, forty-five pounds.
Of flax seed, fifty-six pounds.
Of hemp seed, i'orty-fuur pounds.
Of tuck wheat, fifty-two pouuds.
Of Hue grass seed, fourteen pounds.
Of castor beans, forty-six pounds.
Of dried peaches, thirty-three pouuds.
Of dried apples, twenty-four pounds.
Of onions, fifty-seven pcuads.
Of salt, fifty pounds.
JEfcy" The Southern papers are congratulating
the people of that region on the defeat of Gov
ernor Johnston, in Pennsylvania.
REAR THE FOLLOWINO EXTRAORDINARY CUBE.
I hereby certify that about two weeks ago 1
was seized with a violent attack of Vomiting
and Purging, (Cholera Morbus,) with very dis
tressing Vns in the stomach and bowels, which
was completely removed by two tea-spoonfu
dorcs of the Petroleum, taken in a little water.
After having taken thefirst dose, I slept soundly
an 1 comfortably lor three hours.
Signed HENRY WISE, JR.-,
Ou board Steamboat Ariadne.
Attest NIMROD G RAD ILL.
Pittsburg, December 12, 1813.
Symptoms of Disease
Should never be disregarded. Thrv nri unt r
- llS indication that the vital functions of nature
" " " V'-l 1H lUCII I1CH1LU1U1 ilCUUU,
and that serious evils must inevitably follow.
unless the system be again set right by the
timely use of proper remedies.
KQJU Bear in mind, that nature is ever en
deavoring to expel disease when it invades the
animal economy, and only needs the assistance
of some genial restorative thorough, yet mild
in iu action that will give tone to the system,
and act upon I he blood which is the principal
tJEYSOTT'S YELLOW DOCK AND SARSAPA
RILLA, As a purifyer of the blood, a renovator of the
system, and a supporter and preserver of the
powers of life.it hr.s no etjual. Take it, on the
first indication that disease is upon you. and
you will avert perhaps weeks and mouths of
sickness and suffering.
In Philadelphia," on Thursday, ICth inst., by
Hon. Charles Giipin, Mayor of the citv, Mr.
William B. Hi usox, of Ebensburg, Pa., to Miss
Caboli.ne, daughter of David Evans, Ej., of
Xfeg- We congratulate the bride and groom
upon their mutual happiness and sincerely thank
them for their choice present. In their voyage
through this 4,vala of tears" may they ever re
"JIVedded love is founded on esteem,
Which the fair merits of the mind engage,
For those are charms wliich never can decay;
But time which gives new whiteness to the swan,
Improves their lustre."
On Thursday, lfifh inst., by Rev. Mr. Hamil
ton, Mr. AnTirrn Noun: to'Mrs. A.v Cummi.vgs,
all of this place.
On the 18th inst , by the Rev. A. McElwain,
Mr. James Davidson, of lloliidayfcburg, to Miss
Saeau Jaxe Mlbiiiy, of the Summit, Pa.
Ou Thursday, IGth'iust., by W'm. W. Harris,
Esq., Mr. Saiuel Smith -to. Miss Esther Sto
ver, all of Jackson township,. Cambria, county.
To the stockholders of the Jefferson and Ebens
burg Plank Pvoad, that an eiection will be held
at the court house in the borough of Ebensburg
on Saturday the bth day of November, to elect
officers for said Road.
JOHN BRAWLEV, Secretary.
Oct. 23, 1851. 2-St.
New Shoe Store.
Persons wishing to purchr.se Shoes, Boots and
Slippers, at low prices, will find it to their ad
vantage to call at the n, w shoe store, on Main
street, where they will find a large and well se
lected stock of Ladies' French and American
Boots, Shoes and Slippers, and also Men's and
Boys's Boots and Shoes.
Boots and shoes made to order in the neatest
and best manner.
" - T JONES & THOMAS.
Ebensburg, Oct. 23, 18512-tf
BLAKE'S FIRE and WATER PROOF
The subscriber has received the agency of the
above paint, and. is prepared to furnish any col
ors that may be required.
GEO. J. RODGERS.
Oct. 23, 1851. 2-lt.
Whereas my wife Mary hos left my bed and
board without any just cause or provocation, all
persons are hereby cautioned not to trust or
harbor her on my account, as I am determined
to pay no debts of her contracting.
Susquehanna tp., Oct. 21, 1851, 2-3t.
The undersigned offers to rent the TAVERN
STAND and Eight Lots of Ground in the Boro
of Ebensburg, now in the occupancy of John
Thompson, Jr., for 'a term of two, three, or five
years: possession given on the 1st April, 18o2,
About thirty-five acres of out lots and mea
dow adjacent to the said borough.
. The entire property is in excellent repair, and
cannot be excelled in location or advantages. by
any in western Pennsylvania !
Persons disposed ty rent can obtain further
lniormation by application to John Fenlon, fcsq
or to the subscriber. . - ELIZA M'DONALD--Sept
LIST OF LETTERS
ReniaLuinii in the Post Office at Ebensburg, Oct.
1st, 1851. Persons calling ior letters on w
i:,' :,i ..CVrtvertised.
. . in uiLaad r T u J
Anderson, miss Mary King & Shoenberge:
Abrams, Evan Kilty, Patrick
I lies well. tip Julia A. Kauffman. Joseph
Buriroon. Andrew Litzincer, William
! Bowmanuiiss Susan E.Lloyd, miss P.
Bra w ley, John W.
Lemon, Dr. Wm."
Brown, O. II.
Bradley, W. F.
Canada, mrs. E.
Carlund, miss Maria
Cox, J allies
Clark, James C.
Davis, David J.
Davis, David L.
Davis, miss Harriet
Davis, Evan D.
Dodge, Ulysses E.
Evans, miss Mary
Evans, Daniel W
Evans, Evan E.
Feltz, miss Mary
Hughes, John T.
Jones, Thos. M.
Jones, mrs. Martha
Jones, T. W.
Jones, David J. B.
Jeffries, John L.
Kinsel, John C.
McElroy, John J".
Murtihv. John F.
McClenghcn, M. M. -McKelvy,
Moore, S.& J.
Mucker hide, G. II.
Magehan, M. D.
Powell, Rev. L. 2
Pryce, W. D.
Rees, Thos. 2
Roberts, John J.
Ridenon, C. P.
Ritter, mrs. Eliza
Rees, miss Mary
Stokes, W. A.
Shoemaker, Edward Jr.
Thompson, B. P.
Thompson, mrs. Jane
Williams, miss Margaret
Patentee of Union Wheels.
MILTON ROBERTS, P. M.
Oct. 1st, 1851.
IIOl si: and LOT
ii n i i ij
u i) .1 i; ij .
The undersigned offers for sale the two slvTJ
frame house, in the Borough of Ebensburg, now
occupied by Mr. George W. Wisegarver. Also,
the lot of ground on which the house stands.
The property is an excellent one, in good repair
and will be sold on fuvorable terms. Enquire of
Ebensburg, Oct. 9, 1851. 52-St.
tetters Testamentary on the Estate of John
O'Neill, late of Washington township, deceased,
having been granted to the undersigned by the
Register of Cambria county; all persons indebted
are hereby notified to make immediate payment,
and all who have claims will preseut them proper
ly authenticated for settlement.
JOHNC. O'NEILL, Executor.
Ebensburg, Sept 24, 1851 50-Ct.
Came to the residence of the subscriber in
Cambri.i township, on Wednesday, September
21th, a dark brown cow, having one ear split,
the other with a piece cut out, supposed to be
nine years old. The owner is requested to come
forward, prove property, pay charges, and take
her away, otherwise she will be disposed of ac
cording to law.
DATID E. JONE3.
Ebensburg, Oct. 1G, '51. l-3t.
Letters of administration baring been granted
to the undersigned by the Register of Cambria
county, upon the estate of John M'Mullan, late
of Clearfield township, dee'd; notice is hereby
given to all persons indebted to said estate to
make payment, and those having claims to prcr
sent them for settlement.
SAMUEL W. M'MULLAN.
Sept. 20, 1S51 51-Ct.
The partnership heretofore existing between
John G. Given, James Myers, and John C. O'
Neill, trading under the firm of John G. Given
& Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent
John 0. O'Neill retiring. The business will be
continued as heretofore by John G. Given and
James Myers, under the title of the former turn.
The Books, &c, will be left at the old stand for
settlement and collection.
JOHN G. GIVEN,
JOHN C. O'NEILL.
Oct. 1, 1851. 52-3t.
From the residence of the subscriber, at the
foot of Plane No. 5, about the 1st Oct., a dark
white cow, about ten years old, having a brass
bell on. Asy one giving information respecting
ner wnerea bouts will be liberally rewarded.
Oct. 16, 'sr.
A LARGI5 lot of Stone mid
Earthen W are just received and for sale
at the store or ' J. Moore.
Just received by J. Moore, 3 dez best double
200 yards carpet for sale very
ow at J MOORE'S.
I ny amount of coffee, sugar, tea, tobacco, and
il all fcinas or uroceries, at the store of
t Pine lumber, joint and -lap shin
les at uie lumoer yara oi J. Moor . .
W. B. HUDSON'S
AND JEWELRY STOEZ,
One Door East of the Sentinel Office.
N. B. Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry repaired
at suortest notice, and warranted.
Sept. m, 1850. 51
MICHAEL DAN MAGEHAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, EBENSBURG, PA.
Office in the Court House, up stairs.
January I, 1851. ly
I IIUTCIU W, JR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, EBENSBURG, PA.
Office oa High street, opposite Thompson's
January 1, 1851. ly
ATTORNEY AT LAW, EBENSBURG, PA.
Office, opposite J. Thompson's Hotel. All
business in the several Courts of Blair, Indiana,
and Cambria counties entrusted to his care, will
be promptly attended to.
January 1, 1851. ly
WM. A. STOKES, JAS. I
Greensburg, Pa. S Ebensb
STORES & BARR,
ATTORNEYS 4D COUNSELLORS AT MW.
February 13, 1851. ly
THOMAS C, raVfflF,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOLLIDAYSBURG, FA.
Will attend" the several Courts of Cambria
county, as-heretofore. Office one door west of
Wm. McFarland's cabinet wareroom'.
January 1, 1851. ly
SAMUEL f . WiiXCARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, EBENSBURG, FA.
Will practice in the several Courts of Cam
bria, Blair and Huntingdon counties. Germans
can receive advice in their own language. Office,
on main street two doors east of the Exchange
May 8, 1851 ly.
C Vltl'S L. PERSIIIAG,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, EBENSBURG, PA,
Ulice To? the present, in the room occupied
by E. Hutchinson, Jr., Es.
January 80, 1851. ly
T, L. BEYER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, JOHNSTCWN, FA.
Office" on Main street, two doors east of the
March 13, 1851. ly
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, AND SCRIVENER,
Borough of Summitville,
Will attend promptly to collections, or other
business entrusted to mm. Legal instruments
of writing, drawn with accuracy and dispatch.
January 1, 1851.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, L0RETTO, FA.
Will attend to collections entrusted to Lis care.
January 1, 1851.
CEO. RlieV, LEVI MATTHEWS, WM. EBB8,
RIIBY, MATTIIBWS & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS and Commission
Merchants, Dealers in all kinds of Produce and
Pittsburg Manuiacturcs, No. n and 9 Water
' HTTSBTRG, Pi.
April 3, 1851. 6m.
Mi U'fiRY 6:
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Summit
ville, Cambria county, Pennsylvania. Agents for
Adams & Co.'s Express, ancfrenna. Kan noaa
Company. Will attend to receiving and forwaru-
ins vroods bv the above lines. I'acKages sent uy
Express no commission charged.
Sept. 11, lbol. 45-tt.
LEWIS W. BROW,
Fashionable Barber and Hair Dresser.
One door west of John Thompson's Hotel.
Ebcnsburz. May l,"lS51.-ly.
N. B. ShaniDOoine done, and razors honed in
a superior manner.
The above sura will bo naid on the arrest and
conviction of the person or persons who fired
the stable of James Khcy on the morning oi
the bth instant. A. J. KHJCX.
Oct. 8, 1851. 52.
NUMBER 144 KACE STREET
(Between Fourth and Fith, opposite Crown st.)
TfHERE the Proprietor is enabled, by ra
il' creased facilities, to supply the growing
It demand for HOVER'S INK, which its wide
spread reputation has created.
This Ink is now so well established in the
good opinion and confidence of the American
Public, that it is scarcely necessary to say any
thing in its favor, and the manufacturer takes
this opportunity to say that the confidence thus
secured shall not be abused.
In addition to the various .kinds of Writing
Ink, he also manufactures Adamantine Cement
for mending Glas3 and China, as well ns a supe
rior Hair Dye ; a trial only is: necessary to in
sure its future, use, and a Sealing Wax, well
adapted for Druggists and Bottlers," at a very
Iaxp nrlr.p. in lnrcrA nr Kmftll OUftntitieS."
Orders addressed to Joseph E- Hover, Manu
facturer, No. 144 Race Street, between 4th. and
9th, opposite Crown street, Philadelphia.
Sept. 23, 1851 60-3m.
Chsstnut street, between 7th and 8th streets,
A. F. GLASS
April 10. 1S51. ly
i id i Jiv mil l
Ill 11U 1 LJU
Chestnut Street, opposite the State House,
AMBROSE J. WHITE,
April 10, 1851. ly
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, No. 201 Mar
ket Street, one door above Fifth, north side,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
In Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Med
icines, Surgical and Obstetrical Instrument?,
Druggists' Glassware, Window Class, Paints,
Oils, Dyes, Perfumery, &c. &c,
John arris, Jf D. John M. Hale.
J. SharswooJ. E. D. Orlison.
April 21th 1851. ly
B. MILES, AT
1 IV !) IHiIIPf
Importers and dealers in Foreign and Domestic
HARDWARE and CUTLERY, No. 121 North
Third Street, above Race,
E. V. MACHETTt, ABM. II. RAIGUEL.
April 24th 1851. ly
FlilEII MIT k CO.
WHOLESALE Gil CERS AND
LIQUOli M Li K C 1 1 A IS TS,
Xo. 43 Xorih Water Street.
April 24th 1851. ly
M. IIUEHLER & BRO.
No. 195 Market Street, Philadelphia, two doors
below 5th Street, ojer fcr sale HARD WARE,
in all its varitten, at loic prices.
Call and see before you buv!
805u Look for the Red Lettered Mill-Saw.
February 27th 1851. 8m
ISAAC M. ASHTON.
Wholesale dealer in HATS and CAPS, No.
172 Market Street,
April 10,' 1851. ly
Wholesale dealers in Hardware, Cutlery, Xailt,
Ac, No. 203 Market Street, above 5th,
April 10, 1851. ly
JAMS .EWELL. AT
Wholesale dealer in Boots. Shoes, Bonnets,
and Palm Leaf Hats, No. 136 North Third Street
(opposite the Eagle Hotel.)
April 17, 1851. ly
WILSON & WEST,
Sucressors lo Rodneys
Wholesale dealers in Boots and Shoes, Bonnet
and Straw Goods, No. 17. North Sd Street,
Ayril 10, 1851 ly
X J. EEALSII, AT
Wholesale dealers in Foreign and Domestic
Dry Goods. No. 110, North 3d Street, S. E,
corner of Race,
April 10, 1851. ly
B.U. J01H BRADY, Proprietor.
April 10, 1851. ly
ir-i. , l ., ... i v". A c ..r J c xr j-,-
.,' mi - j J ,y
tory, No. Ii3, North Third Street, three doors
a '0 tf -b-LTTT -nxTTtTT "o
M. VTARTMAX, JOSEPH D. SORVEH.
April 24, 1851. ly. "
Manufacturer of English, Italian and American
Straw Goods, Palm Leaf Hats, Artificial Flowers,
Ac, No. 155r Market Street,
April 10, 1851. ly
Dealers in Hosiery, Trimmings', Looking Glas
ses, and Fancy Goods, N". E. corner of Market
and Fifth Streets,
April 10, 1851. ly
Wholesale dealers in Wines aryd Liquors, which
they are prepared to furnish chesp to merchants
and hotel keepers. Warehouse 208 Market St.
July 1st, 1851. ly
DR. T1I03I1S C. liLYl'IM,
South-west corner of 7th and Race streets,
April 26, 1849. tf
Wholesale" dealer ia Queensware, Chuuneare
Glassware c, No. 245 Market Street,
-lass, Oils, Paints and Drugs of all kinds
mm wm & ca..
D3. GUYSOTTS IMPROVED EXTRACT
or ' :
YELLOW DOCK AND SARSAPAR1LLA;
IS now put up iu the largest sized bottles, and
is acknowledged to be the lest tartaparilla
made, as is certified by the vonderful cunt it
has performed, the original copies of which are
in the possession of the proprietor. Remember,
this is the only true and original article.
This medicine, when used according to directions,
WILL CURE WITHOUT FAIL
Scrofula or King's Evil, Cancers, Tumors, Erup
tion of the Skin, Erysipelas, Chronic Sort
Eyes, Ringworm or letters, Scald Head, RhrU'
mat it m, Pains in the Bones or Joints, Old Sores
and Ulcers, Swelling of tte Glands, SipkiHf,
Dyspepsia, Salt Rheum, Disease of the Ktdneyt,
Loss of Apetite, Diseases arising from the u:e
of Mercury, Earn in the sides and shoiddjTi,
General Debility, Dropty, Lttmbago, Javndict,
THE BEST FEMALE 2EEDICINE KNOWN i
Insipic-nt consumption, barrenness, lucorrhea,
or whites, irregular menstruation, incontinence
of urine, and general gloomy state of mind are
cured by Dr. Guy sou's Extinct-of Yellow Dock
and Sarsnp arilla, which gives immediate relief
by renewing the foundation of health and strength,
the blood. It neutralizes bad humors, step
unnatural secretions, and gives healthy action to
all the vital powers.
Let all who wish to purge the blood from th
impurities contracted from the free indulgence
cf the appetite during the winter, and to preparts
the system to resist summer epidemics, resort
now to " Dr. Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock:
and Sarsaparilla," which is proving iUelf an an
tidote for many of the most malignant diseases
that flesh is heir to, and they will never be dis
appointed ; for in this remedy the public faith
has never wavered never can waver; for it is
founded on experience, just as their want cf
faith in other spurious compounds is also
founded on experience. They fly from mine
ral nostrums to seek hope, lite and vigor from
this purely vegetable remedy ; therefore, however,
broken down in health and spirits, however,
loathsome to himself and others, let no one des
pair of recovery ; let the patient only under
stand that his hope of physical restoration lies
only in Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock and
Sarsaparilla, and persuade him, for his life's
sake, to try it, and we have no hesitation in
predicting his speedy restoration to health.
Hismaxsville, Oswego co., June 1848.
S. F. Bennett Dear Sir: I purchased a shcrt
time ago, a bottle of your Yellow Dock and
Sarsaparilla for my wife, which she has used fcr
her complaint, Erysipelas and Weakness, Falling
of the Womb, etc., and it has already helped
her very much. Of the Erysipelas it has effected
nearly a cure. I have just purchased a second
bottle, and judging from the effect of the former,
feel confident that it will effect a perfect cure.
Yours, very respectfully, N. Cgbces.
E, Price SI per bottle six bottles for $5.
Sold by J. D. PARK, Cin., Ohio,
Jsorth-east cor., of Fourth and Walnut sts. en
trance on Walnut to wLoia ull orders must
AGENTS. John Ivory & Son, Summit; Mur
ray & Zahm, Ebensburg ; Mary Orr, Holiidays
burc; R. Shaw, Clearfield; Hildebrand & Co.,
Indiana; John Scott, Cold
Spring; J. Patton,
April 3d 1S51. !y.
BRVAX, GLElM, CO.
OFFICE cn Allegheny street, nearly opposite
the Post Office, Hollidaysburg, Pa.
Interest will be paid on' money deposited, as
Three month deposits, at the rate of 3 per
cent per annum ; six month deposits, at the rat
of 3J per cent per annum ; nine month iepesits
at the rate of 4 per cent per annum . twelve
month deposits, at the rate of 4i per rent per
Drafts' on the cities, for sale in' strais to suit'
the purchasers, and collections' made apon any
point at low rates.
Augat 8, 1850. H-tf
Ses. 41 i 4? Xor:h Third Slrccf,
The undersigned respectfully begs leave to
state that he has thoroughly refitted and impro
ved the above Establishment in-a manner -ensur-"
passed by any Hotel in t5e country. .
The location of the City Hotel is undoubtedly
the iutst. desirable in the City, for Merchan La
and business men generally, being in the centre
of the great mercantile trade, and convenient to
i the Banks and other public Institutions..
! , , .. .,: ;
He pledges himself to spare no pains to men
the approbation of his guests, and desires th&
pprobation of his guests, and desires that
he may receive a share of public patronage.
A. H. HIRST.
April 24th 18511 ly
J. PATTON THOifPSCy, AT
JOSEFS S. HIM!i& It
Importers and W holesale Dealers
In Foreign ani Do5fETic Fastv
Satins, Silks, Vesting?, Serges, Cravals, "White
Goods, &c.,with a general assortment of Gloves,
Hosiery, Laces and i-ciall Wares, No. 14 North
Third Street, West Side, opposite Church Alley.
J. S. M L.DAUA, )
P. H. MEDARA, V PHILADELPHIA;
E. M. JONES. J
Sept. 18, 1 bo 1.
The partnership existing between David Ercwa
and Jeremiah M'Gcnigie, was dissolved" on the
17th September. I hereby give notice, that I
will pay no debts contracted since that time by
niy former partner. .
J. M CONIGLE
Tlane No. 3, Octr., 1, 1S51.
JAMES P. nonBini,
Rectifying Distiller, and dealer in Foreign and
Domestic Wines, Liquors, Cigars, J-c, c, No.
197, Liberty Street, corner of Barker's Alley,
' March 13, 1851. -ly
The highest price paid for wool at the store
of ' GEO. J. RODGERS.
FLOUR. A lot of prime flour, for sale at
J. C. 0.v.T..