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... foLlOWINO EXIMUuu.i v..
tkX w pprtifv that about two weeks ago
riolent attack of omiting to
aJ seizes " cfa j Morbu3,) with very dis
Ptt'81""' l;n the stomach and bowels, which
tressiBb j tcy removed by two tea-spoontu
aS f the Petroleum, taken in a little water.
i0t vinfftikpn thefirst dose, I slept soundly
Ar ! "B . ,y for thre hours.
,8J comfortably HENRY WISE, JR.,
:8nC On bourJ Steamboat Ariadne.
, SIMROD GRABILL.
piS'g, December s, 1849.
sviiiptoms of Disease
.1 ..ir he disregarded. They are uner
SfcJicrfon that the v.ta.
Seen interrupted in th
Sr'a,;": ;;nthat the vital f
eir healthful action,
v.febeen interrupt . . i John Treftz
Stbat serious evils must inevitably folio .jj , w
S,s the system be again set right by the - McGuire & McDe
Sly use ofproperrewedies.
nature is ever en-
. tn exm?l disease
when it invades the
. on.l nnlv needs the assistance
niaal eeonuv : :r . ., .unmes
f'r.me eenial restorative thorough, yet mildi ,
? Stfoa-that will give tone to the system I
gflj CT tPOS THE BLOOD wmcu is luc prtrmpui,
?r&JTT S YELLOW DOCK AND SARSAPA-
a purifyer of the blood, a renovator of the
."em and a supporter and preserver of the
L, indication that disease is upon you
r li bus "vi vvi"'".
you will avert peruana . t
lickness and suffering.
On Tuesday, 2d inst., by Rev. Mr. Simonton,
A. Kopelis, Esq., to Miss Margaret Kern, all
of Johnstown, Cambria county, Pa. "
On the 27th of November, by the Rev. A.
McElwain, Mr. Johs L. Stocoh to Miss Jane
Mats, both of Ebcnsburg, Ta.
D IE D :
In Johnstown, on Mouday, 1st inst., of Small
Pox, Mr. James Grimslet, of Philadelphia,
.god about 30 years.
On Thursday, 27th ult., of Scarlet Fever,
Maeqaret, daughter of Richard J. and Jane
ETans, aged nine years.
On Sunday, 30th ult., of Scarlet Fever, As
jexw William, son of Andrew and Maria Lewis,
gel four years and four months.
Cn Monday evening, 1st inst., of Scarlet Fe
tcr, John Morrow, son of Rees J. and Eveline
H. Lloyd, aged three years.
Letters of administration on the estate of
Richard S. Lilly, late of Summerhill township,
deceased, have been granted to the undersigned
by the Register of Cambria -ounty ; all persons
indebted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment; and those having claims
will present them properly authenticated for set
tlement. BENEDICT LILLY.
December 4, 18-31. 8-Ct
Letters testamentary having been granted to
the undersigned by the Reigister of Cambria
county, on the estate of John Scanlan, late of
Cambria township, deceased; all persons indebt
ed to said estate are hereby requested to make
payjaeat witaou't delay, and those having claims
against tke same will present them properly au
thenticated fur settlement.
Dec. 4, 1831. 8-6t. Executors.
Letters of administration on the estate of
Daniel Groft, late of Clearfield township, dee'd,
have been granted to the undersigned by the
Register of Cambria county; all persons indebt
ed to satd estate are requested to make imme
diate payment, and those having claims will
present them properly authenticated for settle-
mect- wm. Mcdonald.
Dec. 4, 1851. 8-Gt.
N. B. I will be in Ebensburg at the January
court, wheit and where debtors and creditors can
tail upon xne. W. McD.
The "Medical Society of Cambria County"
ul meet in Johnstown on Tuesday the 9th day
December. Punctual attendance is desired.
persons wishing to become members are invited
re present. C. SHERIDAN, Cor. Sec.
Johnstown, December 1, 1851.
Kstate of ikmiamin Koush, deed
The undersigned, appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Cambria county, an Auditor to marshal
fte assets of said estate in the hands of Robert
tarmon, administrator, hereby gives notice that
e wilUttend to the duties of said appointment
the office of E. Hutchinson, Jr., in Ebensb'g,
ou Friday the 2d day of January, 1852, at 2 o'-
' V; 'V;-, CYRVS L. PERSHING.
Dec. 3, 1851. S-it.
WC0XISO MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
Wishing to insure rrnncrtir In
lahi.! . "feaiabl loss y fire, can apply to the
Novo-"-, , C. H. IIEYER, Agent
wi ly ,
SsfS S0CIABUS. AND STOOLS
d at low " UCturand niost e,e8ant
Km in ti rnCes thttn at any other cstablish
ftorr i iC0Uu tjr i3 at tbe new chair raan
To,ld, deceased formerly occupied by David
S;7?1'5 and SIGX WXTIXG
a thft best manner and latest style.
Elen.KUP v JOHN L. STOUGH.
" - loui. ora.
n!SP' COURT SALE
Anises in Aii!.exposd to P"blic sale on tbe
?! 0n e 8econ,j i f sip. Cambria Coun
fllog real el1 Uyf De"mber next, the
cC dece S ate' latee rly of Ross
reabout3 S' -V1Z:, F ft aes of land, or
Terms will k ohn Buchanan.
Couuty 1 Orphans Court of Cambria
Admin:..-.. - HENRY SCANLAN.
3. 1841-o-td waMt deceased.
LIST OF CAUSES
be held . Eben9hu in nn,, ?n
I'll r .lAu-n r.vM .:.- 1 - r i w..
of Cambria, the 1st Monday of January next.
Michael McGuhe vs Pi'tprA!ffiii,v'0 ir;.
vs Anna Ilelman
vs J & J McCIost
J II Kinport
Sarah K Tyson
Cunningham & Kclls
vs Samuel Dillon -
, T.... -
vs Peter Newman ct al
vs Thos Jackson
vs Thos McKiernian
vs Samuel Dillon
vs John W Barnes
vs Lloyd & Lytle
vs W V Pattern
vs George Gates
vs Smith Sargent
"vs R E Rodgers
vs Ream & Sharp
vs Dan'l Colclesser et al
vs Frank & Foutz
vs Thomas Irvin
vs T & J Lane
vs Wm Bingham
vs John Warner
vs Michael Downey
vs Carroll & Deiser
Vs John Long
R P Linton
M F Marshall
B F Davis
James P Carter
S G Bailey's Admr
Samuel C Huey
WM. KITTELL, rroth'y.
Prothonotnry's Office, ")
Nov. V. 1851. "
IV H O ft' A NTS BAR G A IN S?
El LS & HUGHES,
Have just received from Philadelphia at their
clothing store in Ebensburg, a large assortment
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
among which may be enumerated a fane lot of,
.&v.uf OOV A. Ulivl UU3IX1C93 UUI13 Ul lu C Ut3l
quality and most approved style; beaver, felt.
and blanket overcoats of all sizes; a large lot
of satinett and cassimere pantaloons of various
colors and qualities; and a splendid assortment
of silk, satin, cassimere, plain and fancy vests,
together with every kind of boys' clothing.
fine and coarse shirts, handkerchiefs, silk shirts,
stocks, umbrellas, and a large assortment of
superior hats, caps, &c, all of which they will
dispose of on the most reasonable terms. They
have also on hands a large stock of cloths, cas
simeres and vestings, which they are prepared
to make up in the most workmanlike manner,
and on the most accommodating terms for cash
or approved country produce. The entire stock
of clothing is made up according to the latest
Having selected their goods with great care
and purchased on the lowest cash terms, they
are prepared to accomodate their friends and
customers with clothing of a superior quality
and at lower prices than goods of a similar
quality were ever sold in this county.
The public are respectfully invited to call
and examine their jroods.
November 1, 1851.
We call the attention of our friends and the
public generally to our
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
Hardware, Queensware. Boots, Shoes,
Our dry goods consist of the usual assortment
of cloths, cassimeres, satinets, alpaccas, ineri
noCs, Sec, and we call the attention of the ladies
in particular to our stock of fancy alpacas, mo
hair lustres, scarlet cashmere, plaid poplin, fig
ured do., sacking flannel, siik warp Thibet clotli
and black, brown, green, scarlet, cherry colored,
French, all wool, merino. Also, Coburg cloth,
and English merinoes, of same colors.
We have also a cood assortment of plain and
figured silks, which will be sold as low as they
can ne bought at retail in any ef the bastern
cities, consisting of glacie satin chien, poult de
soi, gro ue I'hinc, ottoman de velour, plain lu
testring, black Italian boiled silks, together with
shawls, Bay State, printed, long, English,
French, &c, &c
II A T S & (J A PS.
A full assortment of men's and Iwn-s' silk, plush,
cloth and fur caps an 1 hats, of the latest styles
in the greatest variety, and bound to please all
BOO T S fc SHOES.
c have a ver.large assortment of all kinds of
ladies' boots nrirl slippers; gents' fine calf nn
kip boots, atTrT heavy kip and calf boots, and
railroad hrogaris, which last article we will in
sure to wear nine months. We will sell a very
good article of heavy boots for 1. 75 a pair;
heavy shoes at 75 cents to 1.50.
Lower than they ever were sold here before.
We have a lot of good common molasses, in f
and 10 gallon kegs, which will he sold very
cheap; N. (). sugar; Cuba and syrup molasses.
Nos. 1, 21 an'l 3 mackerel, in half barrels, very
low. Coffee we will sell at an advance of three
quarters of a cent per pound on cost, in selling
by the bag. As we are doing business on nearly
cash principles, we hope to sell as cheap as any
person, if not cheaper. We therefore hope that
all our friends, and every body else, who wish
to get the worth of their money, will call on us.
cU The ladieswill find an assortment of
Dress Goods of the Best Quality, Fash-
ion and Style.
The trimmings we had selected by a lady in the
city, and know them to be the very latest fash
ion. e have a few made-up silk-bonnets,
"bonnets which are bonnets," for beauty and
lfitibility. But it is impossible to mention all
4he articles that are new and cheap; all we ask
is come at! sec.
We have come to the determination to sell
goods at cash prices, without putting on any ex
tra profit as an offset for bad debts. Any per
son dealing with us on credit, will receive .'
pass-book, except when we have a different un
derstanding, and will exprct all accounts to be
settled by payment or note at the end of six
months, and these terms will be rigidly adhered
to. By doing business in this manner, we hope
to sell more goods, and at cheaper rates. To
those who purchase for cash we will always
make a difference of six per cent., except flour
and bacon, which must always be nett cash,
without credit to any one.
JOHN IVORY & SON.
Summit, November 20, 1851.
Pine lumber, joint and lap shin
gles at the lumber yard of J. Moore.
20 huslu'ls clover sred just ro
ceived and for sale at the brick store.
Just received by J. Moor, 3 dox best doubl
NEW and CHEAP
(ROD CD IDS li
The subscriber has received at his store room
in the Borough of Lcretto, large a-ml splendid
stock of fall and winter goods, which he is -determined
to sell at vt-ry reduced prices.
His stock consists in part of cloths, plain and
fancy cassimeres, satinetts, tweeds, overcoating,
French, German, and English morinos, Bay State
and other long shawls, cashmeres, de . laines,
plaids, ginghams, prints, muslins, linens, &c.
Hats, caps, boots, and shoes of all kinds and
6izes. Hardware queensware, books and station
ary, paints, oils, drugs and patent medicines.
Also a well selected stock cf .groceries, fish, tar,
tobacco, and salt by the barrel.
Produce of all "kinds taken in exchange for
goods, and cash always welcome. Remember if
von vrnnt hnm-nins tn call at the tlace where
goods will be sold cheap. P. SIIIELS.
Loretto, Nov. 13, 1851.
Sealed proposals will be received until 7 o'
clock p. m., Wednesday, tbe 31st of December,
18ol, at the office of the subscriber in HoUidays
burg, for furnishing the horse power, coal, cord
wood, sawing, splitting, and piling, required at
the different stations and planes on the Alleghe
ny Portage Hailroad during the season of 1S52.
Specifications will be exhibited and all necessary
information giren on the day of letting.
FRS. R. WEST. SuDt. Mo. Pr.
Superintendent s Office,
A. P. H. R Holllidaysburg,
Nov. IX leol-5-td
ORPHANS' COUItT SALE
The subscribers, guardians of the minor cJiil
drcn of John Wertner, deceased, will offer for
sale, on the premises, on tlw second Tues
day of Iecember next, the following real es
estate, viz: Twenty-eight acres of Land, situate
in Allegheny township, adjoining lands of Peter
i-'-kenrode, Jesse Eckturode, Dominick Hertzog,
-'j in h;8 demesne as cf fee. Terms
will be made known on the day of sale.
. , '
JOSpH L'CK, -Guardians.
JOSEPH RKlCHTER, J
By order of the Cou"t.
WM. KITTELL, Clerk.
Nov. G, 1851. l-3t.
iff STORE ATJP fill .STAB.
THE subscriber has opened at the well known
store riKMTL, formerly occupied by Johnston
Moore, a general and well -selected assort
ment of new goods, consisting of cverytbmc
that is generally kept in country stores, which
have been purchased in such a way as to enable
him to sell as cheap if not cheaper than any
other in the countrv. Those not satisfied of the
truth of this, can call and see for themselves.
In making his low once more to his friends, he
assures tnem that lie wiil charjre them notninjt
for seeing his coods ; come and examine for
Cash and country produce taken in exchange
for goods. WILLIAM DAVIS.
November 20th. 1851.
Ml II I It.
The subscriber informs the citrzens of Cambria
county that he has opened a store at the Summit,
next door to the post office, where he will keep
on hand a larire and extensive assortment of
ready made cletkinq. coHsistinr of over coats.
sacks, hangups, vests, pantaloons, shirts, &c, of
all sorts and sizes, made in the latest style and
most approved manner. Also on hand a large
selection of boots, shoes, hats, caps, &C. These
goods he is determined to sell low for cash, and
he is persuaded that he can outsell the cheapest.
Call and see the goods.
Summitvillc, Oct. SO, 185K 6n.
New Shoe Store.
Tcrsons wishing to purchase Shoes, Boots and
Slippers, at low prices, will find it to their ad
vantage to call at the new shoe store, four doors
east of Milton Robert's Hotel, where they will
find a large and well selected stock of Ladies'
French and American Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
and also .Hen s and 15oys Boots mid Shoes.
Boots and shoes made to order in the neatest
and best manner.
JONES L THOMAS
Ebensburg, Oct. 23, 1851 2-tf
The partnership hereofore existing under the
name and hrm ot Clark, Lrain Ac Co., jn the
Tann nr Saddling and Merchandizing busiuess,
was uiaauived on the 1st of November by mutual
consent. Ihe books of the firm are at the store
of Clark & Crai for collection.
NEW FIRM AN I) NEW GOODS
The undersigned have formed a co-partnership
under the name and firm of Clark & Craig, and
will continue the business of merchandizing at
the old stand. They return their thanks to their
friends for their liberal patronnge and invite one
and all to call and examine their stock of Dry
Goods, Groceries, Hardware and Queensware,
before purchasing elsewhere, as they intend to
sell goods low.
J. S. CLARK, J. B. CRAIG.
CHEAP LEATHER. SADDLES AND
The Tanning, Saddling, and Shoemaking bu
siness will be continued by the undersiened nn
der the the firm of Evans, Harr & James. They
arc thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed
upon them by their friends, and call attention to
their stock of leather, saddles, harness am
shoes, manufactured by themselves in a superior
ED. EVANS, M. S. HARR. WM. JAMES.
Ebensburg, November 13, 1851. -3m.
Letters of administration having been granted
to the subscriber on the estate of Francis Swam
late of S USC) UO.h fin na tnwnihin iliwuwl oil
persons holding claims against said estate will
present the same duly authenticated for settle
ment. JOHN SWAM.
Susquehanna township, Nov. 13, 1851 5-Ct.
A fresh arrival of Boots, Shoes, Summer
Hats, Caps, Fancy Gimp and Florence Straw
Bonnets, Powder, Gun Caps, Shot, Lead, &c,
received this day and for sale at thecheap store
f J. MOORE.
June 2C, 1851.
L YK; K lot of Stone and
Earthen .Ware just received and for sale
at the store of
2000 pounds wool, butter, eggs
ranted by J. Uooro.
W. B. HUDSON'S
AND JEWELSY STOEE,
Door East of th Sbyt;ni ntr,.
N. B. Clocks. Watches nnd .Tk-1i-t i-n.;.1
at shortest notice, and warranted.
bept. zo, io0 51
MICHAEL DAN MACEIIAN,
AT1UJKNEY AT XAW, EBENSBUEG, PA.
Office in the Court House, up stairs.
January 1, 1851. ly
ATTORNEY AT LAW, EBENSBURG, PA.
Office os High street, opposite Thompson's
January 1, 1851. ly
ATTORNEY AT LAW, EBENSBURG, PA.
Office, opposite . J. Thompson's Hotel, All
business in th sevrral Courts of Blair, Indiana,
and Cambria counties entrusted to his care, will
be promptly attended to.
January 1, 1851. ly
WM. A. STOKK
JAS. P. BARfc.
Ebensburg, Pa 3
STOKES & BARR,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LWV.
February 1 I
THOMAS C. M'MVEIJ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOLLIDAYSBURG, PA.
Will attend the several Courts of Cambria
ceunty, as heretofore. Offrce 'one door west of
Wm. ;ucrarlands cabinet wartroonu
Jaunty 1851 ly
SAMUEL f. VMM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, EBEi"5Bv RO. PA.
Will practice in the several Courts of Cara-
bria, Bla,ir and Huntingdon counties. Germans
can'receive advice in their own language. Otlice,
on main street two doors east of the Exchange
May 8 18-51 ly. "
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
January 0, 1851. ly
ATTORNEY AT LAW. JOHNSTOWN. PA.
Office on Main Etreet. two doors east of the
March 13, 1851. ly
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, AND SCRIVENER.
BOUOUGII OF Sl'MMITVILLE,
Will attend promptly to collections, or other
business entrusted to him. Legal instruments
of .writing, drawn with accuracy and dispatch.
January 1, 180 I.
h. st .lira,
JUSTICE OF THE FEACE, LORETTO, PA.
Will attend t . cnikctions entrusted to his care.
January 1, Itiol.
UIIIX MATTHKWS & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS and Commission
Merchants, Dealers in all kinds of Produce and
Pittsburg Manufactures, No. 77 and 79 Water
April 3, 1851. Cm
JOHN IVORY &
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Summit
ville. Cambria county. Pennsylvania. Acents for
Adams & Co.'s Express, and Penna. Rail Road
Company. Will attend to receiving and forward
ing goods by the above lines. Packages sent by
Express no commission charged.
Sept. 11, 1851. 48-tf.
LEWIS W. BROUN,
. Fashionable Barber and Hair Dresser.
Two doors west of G. J. Rodgers' 6tore.
Ebensburg, May 1, 1851.-ly.
N. B. Shampooing done, and razors honed in
a superior manner.
HOVER'S IM MANUFACTORY.
NUMBER 144 RACE STREET
(Between Fourth and Fith, opposite Crown st,
UfiiLuc 1110 rroprietor ,3 enabled, by in
creased facilities, to supply the growing
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 manufjictures Adamantine Cement
for mending Glass and China, as well as a supe
rior Hair Dye ; atrial only is necessary to in
sure its future use, and a Sealing Wax, well
adapted for Druggists and Bottlers, at a very
low price, in large or small quantities.
Orders addressed to Joseph E. Hover, Manu
facturer, No. 144 Bace Street, between 4th and
5th, opposite Crown street, Philadelphia.
Sept. 23, 1851 50-3m. .
It is said that Fields of Baltimore packs up
the best Chesepeake Oysters in the country,
They are sent direct to John Ivory & Son, Sum
mit who can supply shop-keepers and families,
either by the can or in thfi. shell, at the Jowest
price. - Summit, Oct. 30f 1851 3.
Chestnut street, between 7th and 8th streets,
A. F. GLASS
- April 10. 1851. ly
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 6ide,
Importers and Wholrsale Dralrn
In Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Med
icines, Surgical and Obstetrical Instruments,
Druggists' Glassware, Window Glass, Paints,
Oils, Dyes, Perfumery, &c. &c,
John Harris, M D. John M. nale.
J. Sharsvrobd. E. B. Orlison. '
April 24 th 1851. ly
J. B. MILES, AT
MACIIETTE & RAIGTEL.
Importers and dealers in Foreign and Domes
HARDWARE and CUTLER 1', No. 124 Nor
intra fctreet, above Race,
PHI LA DELPHI A
E. V. MACIIETTE,
April 24th 1851. ly
ABM. II. RA1GIKL.
PIATT & CO.
WHOLESALE GR OERS AND
ho. 43 Nurlli WatfrSlrret.
April 24th 1851. ly
jijii a liiiu.
N-o. 195 Market Su-eet, Philadelphia, two doors
below 5th Street offer or aU HARDWARE,
in all its varitt-e, al low prices.
Call and see before you boy!
BQV, Look for the Red Lettered ilill-Sav.
February 27th 1851. 3m
ISAAC M. ASM.
wLclesale dealer in HATS and CAPS, $0.
172 Market Street,
April 10, 1851. ly
Wholesale dealers in Hardware, Cutlery, Kails,
$c, No. 203 Market Street, above 5th,
April 10, 1851. ly
JAMES HEWELL. AT
Wholesale dealer in Boots. Shoes. Bonnets.
and rabn Leaf Hats, No. 136 North Third Street
(opposite the Eagle Hotel,)
April 17, 1851. ly
WILSON & EST,
Successors to Rodneys'
Wholesale dealers in Boots end Shoes, Bcvnet
and Straw Goods, No. 17, North 3d Street,
Ayril 10, 1851. ly
W. J. KEALSII, AT
LUDWIB KiEEER k CO..
holesale dealers in Foreign and Domestic
Dry Goods, No. 110, North 3d Street, S. E,
corner of Race,
April 10, 1851. ly
MA J. JOHN BRADY, Proprietor,
April 10, 1S51. ly
HART & COWAN,
Dealers in Hosiery, Trimmings' ', Looking Glas
ses, and Fancy Goods, N. E. corner of Market
and Fifth Streets,
April 10, 1851. ly
MICHAEL WARTMAN & CO .
Wholesale Tobacco, Snuff, and Segar Manufac
tory, No. 173, North Third Street, three doors
M. WAftTMAV, JOSEPH P. SORVER.
April 24, 1851.-4y
Manufacturer of English, Italian and American
gtrau Goods, Palm Leaf Hats, Artificial Flowers,
$c. No. loo, Market Street,
April 10, 1851. ly
EGKER & GREGG,
Wholesale dealers in Wines and fjiquors, which
they are prepared to furnish cheap to merchants
and hotel keepers. nrehouse 208 Market St.
July 1st, 1851. ly
DR. THOMAS C. BUNTING,
South-west corner of 7th and Race streets,
April 26, 1849. tf
Wholesale dealer in Queensware, Chinovart,
Glassware, c, No. 245 Market Street,
April 10, 1851. ly - r .
Olass, Oila, Paint n4 Drugs of aU kinds
DR. GUYSOTT'S LlirSGYEl) EXTRACT
YELLOW DOCK AND SARSAPARILLA. .
S now put up in the largest Eized bottles scd
is acknowledged to be the lest sarscparill
made, as is certified by the wonderful cure it
has performed, the original copies of "hich ax
in the possession of the proprietor. Remember,
this is the only true and original article.
This medicine, when used according to direction
WILL CURE WITHOUT FAIL .
Scrofula or King's Evil, Cancers, Tumort, Ervp
tions of the Skin, Erysipelas, Chronic Sort' -Eyes,
Ringworm or 1'etters, Scald Iliad, Rhcv
tnatism, J'ain in the Bones or Joints, Old Sort
and Ulcers, Su elling of the Glands, Syphilis,
Dyspepsia, Salt Iiheum, Disease of the Kidneys,
Loss of Appetite, Diteasts arising from the us
of Mercury, J'ain in sides and shouldtri.
General Debility Dropsy, Z-umlago, Jaundice,
and Costiveness. " '
THE BEST FEMALE MEDICINE KNOWN! v"
lnsipient consumption, barrenness, lucorrhea,
or whites, irregular menstruation, incontinence
of urine, and general gloomy state of mind arc
cured by Dr. Guysott's Extract of Yelltw Deck
and Sarsaparilla, which gives immediate relief
by renewing the foundation of health and strength,
the blood. It neutralizes bad humors, siora
unnatural secretions, and gives healthy actios t
all tiie vital powers.
. Let all who wish to purge the blood from the
impurities contracted from the free indulgence
of the appetite during the winter, and to prepar
the system to resitst summer epidemics, resort
now to " Dr. Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock
and Sarsaparilla,'' which is proving itself 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, jutt as their want of
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 Lope of physical restoration lies
only in Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock and
Sarsapurilla, and persuade him, for his life's
sake, to try it, and we have no hesitation ia
predicting his speedy restoration to health.
IIiXmassyiixe, Oswego co., June 1848.
S. F. Bennett Dear Sir : I purchased a short
time ago, a bottle of your Yellow Dock and
Sarsaparilla for my wife, which the has used for
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,
feci confident that it will effect a perfect cure. . .
Yours, very respectfully, N. Cobcrn.
B$ Trice SI per bottle six bottles for $5.
Sold by J. D. TARK, Cin., Ohio,
North-east cor., of Fourth and Walnut sts. en- -trance
on Walnut to whom all orders must
AGENTS. John Ivory &. Son, Summit; Mur
ray & Zahm, Ebensburg ; Mary Orr, Hollidayi
burg; R. Shaw, Clearfield; Hildebrand & Co.,
Indiana; John Scctt, Cold Spring; J. Tatton,
April 3d 1851. ly.
BRYAN, GLEIM, 4- CO.
OFFICE ott Aftegbcny street, nearly opposiU
the Post Oflice, Hollidaysburg, Pa.
Interest will be paid on money deposited, as
Three month deposits, at the rate of 3 per
cent per annum ; six month deposits, at the 1 ate
of 3 percent per annum; nine month deposits
at the rate of 4 per cent per annum, twelve
month deposits, at the rate of 4$ per cent per
Drafts on the cities, for sale in sums to suit
the purchasers, and collections made upon any
point at low rates.
August 8, 1850. 44 tf
Xos. 41 & 41 Xorlh Third Slrctt,
The undersigned respectfully begs leave te
6tate that he has thoroughly refitted and impro
ved the above Establishment in a manner unsur
passed by any Hotel in the country. ... . - -
The location of the City Hotel is undoubtedly -
the most desirable in the City, for . Merchants
and business men generally, being in the centre
of the great mercantile trade, and convenient to
the Banks and other public Institutions.
He pledges himself to spare no pains to merit
the approbation of his guests, and desires that
lie may receive a share of public patronage.
A. H. HIRST,
April 24th 1851. ly
J. PATT0N THOMPSON, AT -
JOSEPH I MEDARA & m.
Importers and Y holesale Dealers
Is Foreign axd Domestic Fanct
D li V GOODS,
Satins, Silks, Vestings, Serges, Cravats, White
Goods, &c, with a general assortment of Gloves,
Hosiery, Laces and Small Wares, No. 14 North
Third Street, West Side, opposite Church Alley.''
J. S. MEDARA. 1 . . ' . -
P. II. MEDARA, PHILADELPHIA.
E. M. JONES. J
Sept. 18, 1851. .
At the Cambria Tannery, a stout, able bodied
young or middle aged woman to act in the capa
city of Cook. The best reference as to morals
and skill required. One from the country would
be preferred. Immediate application must be
made to the subscriber at. the foot of Plane No.
4, or to John Fenlon, Esq., Ebensburg.
A. M. & R, WHITE,
Nov. 20, 1851. 6-4t, -
JAMES P. IIORBACH,
Rectifying Distiller, and dealer in Fortign and
Domtstic Wine, Liquors, Cigars, c, A;c, No.
197, Liberty Street, corner of Barker's Alley,
March 13, 1851. ly
The highest price paid for wool at tie etor
of G0. J. EODGEJiS. '