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UJ5T OF RETATLXRS
9tf tioods and Merchandise in Cumbria county
for the year 1801. .
According to the Oth section of the Act of
1842, passed March 4th, it is the duty of the
rssnective county Treasurers "to publish annu
ally in the month of November, in two news- j
papers in the several cities, and in one m each
aountv whera a paper is published, a list of ail
tn aa Retailers of Goods!
and Merchandize, designating those who have
and thoso who have nottuken out License wiUuu
their respective cities ani eounue."
-Lw'r. not taken out
W IT 1 uUt,
John P Parriah, 1
Moore & Carroll,
John B Miller,
Robinson, Shoenbergw, k
m&t taken wut
not taken out
' io do
George S King i: co..
llhey, Matthews &
Eichenseher & Straw,
Michael Bra nan,
Murray, Zahm & ,
Mary O Evans,
George J Rodger,
Clark, Craig S: co.,
V-Kceffo & Howly,
"William Paul & co.,
Gilbert L Lloyd 4 m .
W C Lewis,
Joseph Gans & co.,
A Marbourg & co.,
Kratzer & Sheridan,
James W Smith & ,
Reily & Ilite,
Wakefield & Good,
K A Yickroy,
S L Gorgas,
G Muckerheide k a ,
J Dibert & co..
Swank & Sutton,
Pershing & Brothers,
Kobinson, Kelly & ..
Wehn &. Walter,
C P Murray,
Lunan &. Sapp
Daniel Gall ah e,
Durban & 0'Frll,
II B Paddock,
Stephen A Mojer
John G Given & oo.,
Bernard MeCoIgan .
WilUam McGough k .,
fieorge & Short,
Joseph Fox, '
wi ttku ut
at token out
t taken out
set taken out
ot taken out
t taken out
mat taken out
wt taiea out
)ot taken out
Mt token out
t taken out
4ot taken out
l takao out
ftct takem out
4)9t taken out
ot taken out
Hannah Maher, da
Herman & Green. do
George Englebaugh, !
Peter Dougherty, d
George Ullery & co.,
Riffle &. Humphrey, 4
Samuel Black, 4a
John Ivory & Sea,
Francis Henry, J
Michael McCala, tf9
David R KJnporta,
Michael J Piatt,
George W II auk,
Kane & Moore,
Bitner & Shaffer.
Bet taken ut
ot taker out
Matthew C Wilsoa,
William D Hurd,
Jacob S Kiel,
Harken3 & co.,
Beer and Eating Hone j.
E A Fockler,
not taken out
not taken out
not taken out
not taken out
ot taken out
not taken out
mt taken outj
II Yeaalev. not taken out
Johnston & Edson,
not taken out
S L Gorgas,
John Ivory Son, -
Joseph Ahv ine,
JOHN G. GIVEN, Treasurer
Nov. 0, 1851. 4-4t.
The subscribers desirous of making new or
rkngements, -will, from this date, commence
clliag out their stock of
Dry Goods, Hardware,
Queenswnre and Groceries,
FOR CASH ONLY.
We will sell no more goods on credit, except to
thost persons who have lately paid or settled
their accounts. We are determined to sell goods
at the lowest prices, for cash or its equicalaU,
knowing that small profits and quick sales for
cuj.h, is th true method of doing business.
We earnestly call upon all persons indebted to
us, either by note or book account, to call, net
tle, and pay their respective accounts, as we
aiust have money. Those neglecting this notice
wia nnu tueir accounts in the nands ot the pro
per oaicers alter ltt October. .
JOHN IVORY & SON.
Summit, Sept. 8, 48-fo.
Th undersigned inform their customers and
frieuds that they have formed a co-partnership
is tbe above business, under the name and Crni
of I3L l NUN & JOHNSTON, and have taken the
room recently occupied as the Mountain Xtutlndl
Vjice, where they will be happy to see the for
mer patrons of Lewis Beyuon, and aa many new
ones as pleas to call. The3' receive regularly
from New York and Thiladelphi i the latest
faohious; and cannot be beaten either in the
shape or fit of Coats, Pants or Vests, by any
other Tailors in the country. They respectfully
ask the public to give them a call, and are con
fident their work will recommend itself.
SAll kinds of country produce taken in
exchange for work.
July 17, 1S5L tf.
VALUABLE TAV1I PH6FEHTY
The undersigned offers to rent the TAVERN
SsIANU and Eight Lets of Ground in the Boro
of Lbensburg, now in the occupancy of John
laorapscn, Jr., for a term of two, three, or five
years: possession given on the- 1st Aprd, lbo.
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 locatiou or advantages by
any in western Pennsylvania!
Persons disposed to rent can obtain further
Information by application to John Fenlon, Esq.,
or to the subscriber. ELIZA M'DONALD.
Sept. 20, 18U1 51-3m.
PLAIN AND FANCY,
Warranted to keep in onv Cl:mat.
Constantly on hand anI fur sale by,
ANDREW TODD, Summit, Ta.
May 16, 1851. 31-tf.
X E the undersigned haTe this day asso-
v ciated with ourselves, in the Mercantile
business, Ac, JOHN MURRAY, Esq. The
style of the firm will" hereafter b knnwn a.
j Murray, Zahm J- Co.
MURRAY & ZAHM.
May 10, 1351. ...
A LL persons indebted to tha R.ihs
are once more requested to call and settle
accounts, and cive their notos if ih
cannot discharge their claims, as wo are ex-
..cmiMjr anxious to close our .Books, now of
tnree years standing. Should this notice bo
neglected this time, we will be compelled to
leave their accounts in the hands of a Justice
for collection. , .
MURRAY & ZAHM.
May 15, 1851-l31-tf.
a aai T f W
rijiut. unuersigncd respectfully informs his
Ji. friends and the . public generally, that he
hns rentel for a term of years, that large brick
hotel m the Borough of ibensburg, formerly
kept by James Rhey, and "known heretofore as
iue --asmnston Hotel," where he will be much
pieasea to accommodate all those who may favor
meir patronage, and will use every
moU iu iiiau.o meir stay pleasant and agree
TTT Ts,l.7 e. i t ...
the market affords, and in the selection of" Win et
and liquors, the most approved brands will be
yurciiasea. n,3 tablet are large, and will be
auenaed hy a careful hostler.
rcraons wisinng to visit any section of the
county wni be furnished with a conveyance.
u , ANDREW J. RHEY.
Ebensburg, June 1, 1630. 33-tf
The subscriber would respectfully inform his
friends and customers, that he has received and
is now opening, at the store room formerly oc-
y ivicuara Lewis, dee'd., a large and
general assortment of goods, consisting in part
i???QD5 groCEES, HARDWARE,
Queensware, Hats, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, &c, all
ot winch ho is determined in n . .:n. V.
eaeh or approved country produce. n .,i;,;t.
examination of his etock, and is confident he
can sell cheaper than the cheapest.
.GEO. J. RODCERS.
DUFF'S IIERCAKTILi: COLLEGE.
Pittsburg, la. "? ?
E. Corner of Third and Market streets.
Established in 1840. Now Incorporated by the
Legislature of Pennsylvania with Collegiate
1 awers and Privileges.
Faculty. President, P. DUFF, Professor of
Book-keening and Commercial Sciences.
j N. B. HATCH, Esq., Professor of Mercantile
I JOHN D. WILLIAMS, the most nccomplifch-
! ed penman west of the mountains, Professor of
Upwards f 18 years experience, zi the most
extensive foreign and domestic shipping lust-'
ness gives the proprietor of this establishment1
an experience in traiiiing others fer the counting-house
' possessed by but few teachers of
Iiook-kccpin in the country, and all who as-'.I-o
to the highest rank as accountants are re
quested to call and examine his credentials from
upwards of oneliundreH Cankers, Merchants and
Accountants in this city, r.s also the emphatic
recommendations of the American Institute,
ui unmuer oi commerce ana many ot tlie
leading Merchants. Bankers and Bank Officers
of the eit- of New York, appeuded to his North
American Accountant, and Western Steamboat
For terms applv to, P. Dull" at the College.
May 2U, l8ol-LMy. ' c
R E A D!!!
YOUTH AND MANHOOD.
A VIGOROUS LIFE,
KINKELIN os Self Preskrvation
0 FLY 25 CENTS.
This Book, just publibhed, is filled with useful
lniormation, on the infirmities and diseases of
the (jtenerative Organ. It addresses itself alike
to Youth, Manhood and Old Age.: To all who
apprehend or suffer under the dire cccaequenctB
of early or prolonged indlsereticii to ail who
I r , i "liaustlve11 cfiects of sedentary acdiceive a literal khare cf tb.9 public tttronnM.
baneful habita to all who in addition to dcli- HUGH A. M'COY".
iunK piijeicai energy, are tne Tictims of nervou
otil Ui"ltal ddility, and of mopir.tr andmeUn
eiioly despondency. Dr. K. would day
READ THIS BOOK.
The valuable advice and impressir warning
it gives, will prevent years of misery nd eufler
in, and save annually Thousanda of Lives.
II . - - ....
x ureuia oy reauoig u, wiu team Low to pre-
trjii me ueturucuon of Uier children.
B?3u A remittance of 25 cents, cuclowed in a
letter, prepaid, addressed to Dr. Kitikeiin, N'. W.
corner of Third and Union StreeU, betweeo
spruce and 'in, Philadelphia, will etaurw a
bcok, under entalopt;, per return of mail.
He who places huuaelf undtr the care of Dr.
K., inay religiously ooufide in hia honor aa a t n-
tleman, and confidently raly upon his akiil m a
tSU. Persons at a diatanoe Biay adllreas Dr.
K. by letter, (pcatpaij) and be ouradathoma.
Package of medicinea, direetiona, 4o., fur-
uj oi.utji.aar rruuaivancv. ana tiiu un
, i cv,'' iroaii uujuage or curio SI XT.
1 1 . . . . . .
July a l, ISM.-!y.
AND CHEAP BARGAINS!
Che uudersigned reapectfnlly inform the citi
tens oi summit vilie, and -vicinity, tluat they
have just received from Philadelphia and New
aoi, a jarge anu weu aeiected anafrtmett
oi iuc laeesi and moat taahionable atvle
D.ovig ui a. uu-ge ana wen aeiected
' ooat, jtate up VioU.ms, Ualt. Car..
Boots and shoes, Bvnntt W Leaf Ifw, a
intensive ajuvrtmeiU of Umrdar,
V , "uare M" Vlasset, Clods anJ Liquors
, .x.co u ueavy stoct of Oroeeries
uca, uuu a variety ot all other articles neod J
in a country store, all of which they will sell
vviijg.jr cfup ior casn or m exchange for
iij'proo-u country produce.
rjoaae remember the New Storo and jrie us
quality of goods will ba an in Jucemeet to per
sons who want bargains. Good goods and
moderate profits is our motto, and we oonaider
it no trouble to show good. Cah paid for
JAS. M'COLQAN & CO.
JAS. M COLQAX, PETKU DOUOUKHXr.
Summit June 26, 1851 37-ly
DO NOT PASS BY
fill rnc i;k. i;coiiS!
T f r iir it . ..... '
ir ivu WAINT CHEAP GOODS
AS tllO RllVl Knra - . v-r t..,.A i t
. juat receirca ana are
LU iLl j)ui..io, a large and exteu-
oij assortment ot
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS SHOES,
w-y.ytm, ana m tact all such articles as
usually kept in a country store.
.. until- prices are as
low as any m the place, and therefore solicit a
share of the patronage of the public.
lllPV TCP fftnh;ll.n f , il..-
i-umber, Oram, Wool, Hides, and all kinds of
wmiry produce taKen in exch;mce for o.l
nd examine our atockbeforepurchasinj
MURRAY, ZAHM, & Co.
C. K. ZAHM, JNO. Mt'RHAT, ISQ.
JAS. MCRRAT, O.
MURRAY & ZAHM,
Thankful for past favors, invite their old cus
timers to call and see the stock of Murray,
Zahm & Co., and they will be dealt with as
July 10, 1851.
KEYSTONE MUTUAL LITE INSURANCE
Established at Harrislurj, Pennsylvania.
Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania.
March 4, 1850.
The assured participate in all the profits of the
The undersigned has been appointed a cent
for the above company for this county, andcan
be found nt his office, opposite the court house
R- L. JOHNSTON.
Ebensburg, May 8, 1851.
n'T AO c i . ,
viAu,operra ana mould Uan
Ll lllnQ fnr
J J. MOORE.
ATJI KEGS OF NAILS on hand, and
for saie by j ivory.
bummit Sept. 0, 1850.
Wanted by Jt MOORE cash, in exochan
far gttxir, r fceri; f
THIS WAY FOR GOOD AND
: CHEAP GOODS.
Will be opened this week at the brick store
of J. Moore, in Ebensbursr, a general assort
ment of cloths, cassimc-res, satinetts, tweeds,
and a great varktv of summer goods,
Together v. vtb Ruvaunntitvof priut. delsunes.
lawns, ens incr?3,' giaght'.nis, lustres and Ui.r
and god r.sscrtiuent of Jiaidware, queer aware,
bauuitr), ciuining-, stationary, j'li-s, cc.,
- Persons wanting boots and shoes, '.'5 ami
C?.p5,cr rca-lj-xuade clothing, will end it to tuC:.r
advantage to call at tho
Tho subscriber, thankful for past favors, ear
nestly requests his customers, and the public
generally to at least call and examine his stock;
and if ho cannot suit every person in quality
and price it is not his fault. Produce and lum
ber of all kinds taken in exchange for goods;
and he also takes CASH wheu offered.
Ebensburg, April 28, 1851.
The subscriber begs leave to inform the pub-'
lie generally, that he has removed his Saddle and'
lioness EntuMibhTncnt, to Jetferson. Cambria!
r' " i T, . l u m yiu
- - mm. w w tr wtifj. UAl VA.IAA1 AAA AAA 9
line of business. He intends keeping conaitaiiily
on hand a large stock of
WHIPS, &.C., &C.
Of atll kLnda, which he will sell on the most rea-
I I II lldh Nlill Mil 1 a I IliTai laV illlTnifi-. i TiUT li mr i tiaai.
S5BM term for casA or a
proved country nra-
due. He UfM by atrict attention to buaesa '
And amaU prJfiu L hia work t.Zt ?n T!
JeflVravoa. Nov. 21. 1S50 7-tI
- l - N. B. Ali thc indebted to him for Saddlery
jS.c. whilot located in Ebecsbure, are earneatlv
rciueatd to call and aeitie their respective ac
count!. For thw purpose of aarina; trouble, it
is hopJ that thia notice will not b neglected.
Johnstown, Cambria County, Pa.
Thomat Ji. Maguire, Proprietor.
f5'-HE underaigned, hanT ucceeed Mr.
X Samuel Brackea in the rroiriet-,rhiD r.f
thie Eatab'iathwent, most rasapectfully announces!
so cue puniic, mat w enure attention will b
devvted to th tuak of rendering the Eichnna
Hotel one of the beat public huues ba this sc -
uen or tna 5tat. "
Especial car will he nhr.ad In rJnew siore at Plane No. 2. A. P. R R in th n.
r- , . . : r ft
i-ifuvr oi iae choicest t ranJa, atvi every appro-
pri4 M-y which the market aJ'ord, will le
carefully selected for the 2'at.U.
Uooi tiabit and cartful hostlers ara provided.
ii.6 uuderained will always bf moat lnt,r
to greet hia friend and the travelling com m unit v.
THOMAS A. MAOU1KE. "
Oct 21, 1850. tf.
HIWAUD POPULAR SCHOOL 2002
ri, i . .
sons, to which is appended an epitome of
Heathen mythology, natural philosophy,
General astronomy and physiology;
Adoptad by the public achools of Philadelphia.
. S. JONES & Co., Publishers,
S. W. corner Pourth and Race aireets, Philad'a.
TW l . a .
xeacuers ana scuool Committees ad lressiuz;
leiiers io us, post paiJ, wiU t.e furnished with
copies for examiaatiou.
SSTA. full aud conipleU assortment of books
ana staliOiiary lor sa.i at the Lowest Prices.
May 1, 1851.-ly.
JEFFERSON, CAMBRIA TOUNTY, PE1U
gHE sulscriber would respectfully inform
a. his friends and the public generally, that
he has taken this well known, aud old" estab
lished tavern stand, and being provided with
everything necessary for the accommcdatiou of
boarders aud travellers, hopes to receive a lib
eral share of patronage.
His table will at all times be furnished with
the best the country can produce. His bar will
be well supplied with the choicest liquors of all
kinds. His stable is extensive aud will be at
tended by a careful and attentive ostler.
JAMES I). HAMILTON.
May 15, 1851 31-6ni.
4 MARKETS prime onemaugh
Salt just received and for sale
at the store of
J. IVORY & Co.
OR the highest prices are paid for
Hides, Skins and Tannkk's Bark
in either Trade or Cash by
Ebensburg Jan. 2. 1S51.
LARGE quantity of Dun-
cauuuu r!ius aim opiaes, irom t to o in
ches, for sale at Moore's store.
OOL, Bitter, and all kinds of Grain,
taken in exchange for goods at
J". Moore's store.
4 Barrels Conemaugh Salt
for sale by j. Moore.
!HirIlISKEY' White Lead and Linseed Oil,
V JT for sale by r ir
Ilresh Shad, Mackerel, and Salmon, for sale at
1 the store of Jm Moore
CLOVER seed, Bacon and Window Glass, for
salc V J. Moore.
31 OA Carrels of superior Flour, part extra, for
iJJ r T. f. rv. .
Duncannon nails, glass 8 by ' 10
and 10 by 12, salmon and mackeral at
Kegs assorted nails for sale at the store of
KO. J. RODOEES.
WOXiiER OF W0EDE2.S1
PETMElMJjft ROCK GIL.
"There are more th ir.pt in leaven end tarth,
Than are art cut t of in jhi!cscj.
The virtius of this rcmaikabie remedy, ar.d
the enstant application tor it, to the p elector,
has indue ed mm to Lave it l ut up in Lottts,
with iuLv-s ta.d uh-ections, t'c-r the L-ncht ol tuc
Tbe I'e'rohum cr Hoc?: (JU is prccuiea ;rem
vrc-11 in AllegUeny county, at a depth et lour
hundred tee t, is a pure unadulterated aiticle, j
without any chemical change, but just as it Hows
rom Nature's Orcat Laboratory ! That it con
tains T-roi:rties capable of reaching a nunioer
r.f .lUv 53J" longer a matter of uncertainty.
There -re nianv 'hinge in the arena of nature,
- . r,C miAt be of vast usefulness in
which, ii known, nnb i t -m tbe blooni of
alleviating cucnng anu 1 T b
i i.i . ; n.ariv a j'tuicrer. Long cc
health and vigor io ?RU of putting it up in
ore the prepricter thou1 Fhe cli?c cf dis
bottles, it hud a reputation for w -nUs
ease. The constantly f.nd daily incrcao- J" "
for it, and several remarkable cures it has pet- f
iurmeu, is a sure luuicatien of its luture popu
larity und wide spread application in the cure
W e do not wioh to make a long parade of cer
tificates, us we are conscious that the medicine
can soon work its way into the favor of those
who sul!tr and wish to be healed. Whilst we uo
not claim for it a universal application in every
d:tbiie, we unhtsitatii gly say, that in a number
oi t-Lronic LiiieaRfH it is unnvaLed. Amr.nir
these may be enumerated U dl
t mucous tissues, such as Chrome Brr,
nutrition (in its early stage,) As
diseases or tne air passages, l.xver Convaint,
Tr J,u! .unco, jiootij vi ni jjiuuucr
and kidneys, Pains in the Back or Side, Ner-
vous LMseuaei, jNeuraigia, raisy, r.neumatic
x ama, uuui, Jr aiy cms, iviier, ruinxrms,
r-urns, Scalds, Eruiaes, Old Sores, ic, 6lc. In
T..: , " . l1 , m,i. t.-.
, . . . v
V-,-Cr , -, ' " U1T
"ne. W,U reliet'. U w,lU act s.a neral
i ttrnr. Jn.l ri?- in uiuri r'wrc !i(r...i.rir(tttn .....I L 1 " t..i .
tone and energy to tte wnole trame, removing ;
obstruction, opening the sluggish functions,
which eauae disease and a broken constitution, I
and giving increased and renewed energy to all j
the organ of Life ! The proprietor knows of:
eeral cuxea of Fues that resisted every other
treatment, gci weu utatr tac use oi tne
; Itwn ifvtf Oil, fvr a short time. The proof
jca I givtu w wit perauu who d.oires it.
j None genuine without the aigmituie of the pro-'
prieu,r, i. Jttitu, canal uaaiu, tear 7tu St.,
Pi tub urg.
. P. Kittell, age&t, kli.iuf, PaAnayivani.
May 8, 1851.
THE AMD'S FAIR!
NEW STOUE AND CHEAP BARGAINS-
jS,tte undersigned would Inf.-rm their friends
Ja aaid the public. tVvit thev have or end
, ... .
lormeriy oecupiea fcy John on;, where will be
I kT constantly on htaJ, and sold at low prices,
the following good: CiotJtt, Carimrr,3, 7'ureJa,
atwetU, Gityhatis, Veaiinos, Calicoes, Muslins,
oi., Lat in, .iipeccat, ii"mbnz:nrs, U.ir-
ejs, Muus di Loinrs, Lustres, Shawls, Ribbor.s,
Button, Qloib, Hosiery, Luces, Thread, $c, d"c.
ALSO, BOOTS, SH0I3, HATS AND CAPS.
tock Suyar, Tea, Queensware, Mard -
I w - J ft, . a F . , ? . 1 , -
.L - ' J
uuc uitt uHfrv, itc ana arartonarv.
i FLOW, BACOK, CHIXSE, BUTTXR.
i -C?3 ish, Suit, Tobac-o, Ciicars, &c. All of
jhicu they are prepared to sell at cheap rates,
aud invild the atintiou of buyers to their stock t
: of K". coutident that thty can and will sell
I tLeui a3 :'p. -nd in fact, ektaper, than ihey
i cau Pohuie elsewhere.
i . 7 . . , fill-!, . i
1411 amas taaen im exchange for
? JV"3' Uliu eaau never reiuse-a. tail soon, at
ituc ntl" store, if you want to be sur-piied.
JOHN O. GIVEN i Co.
Plan No. 2, A. P. R. R.
March IS, 1851. ly j
RIFFLE &l HUMPHREYS,
Have received from Philadelphia, at tl
Store Room at the Summit, a largo and splendid
and Summer Goods,
an- desire to
of all. Xhcir stock
Cloths, rassiaierrs, Sallinels, Twreds, Kin?hams
Flannels, Prints of evcri variety, Lin-
seys I)e Lams, the latest style of Shawls,
Hats and Caps, Uoots and -tSIioes,
I ardware, Qtifeens.vare,
BOOKS and STATIONARY,
Together icith a heavy stock of
G II OC E R I E S,
In fact almpst everything required to satisfy
the wants of the community. Having purcha
sed at the lowest cash prices, they are prepared
to accommodate their customers with goods, cn
terms a little lower than they can be purchased
at any other establishment in the count-. All
are respectfully invited to give them U call aud
judge for themselves. .
February 0, ISol.
Wholesale and Retail
TIN, C0PPZH, AND SHEET-IRON,
Jffl a n u f acta r y.
The subscriber adopts this method of return
ng thanks to his friends and the public gener
ally, for the liberal patronage heretofore bestow
ed upon him, and begs leave to inform them that
he lias enlarged his business, and now kc?ps
constantly on hand a large supply of every va
riety of Tinware, Stove J'ipe, Dripping J'ans,
Zinc Boilers, Coal Buckets, Tea Kettles. Ac. A c
whichjie will sell, wholesale or retail, as low as
any otner establishment in the country.
lie is also prepared to manufacture Spouting
for houses, at the shortest notice, and on the
most reasonable terms. Merchants and others
desirous of purchasing bills of ware, are res
pectfully invited to tail, as ho is prepared to sell
them goods equally as cheap as they can be had
either east or west, and all orders addressed to
him will be promptly attended to.
Job Work of every description, done on the
shortest notice. Old copper and pewter, taken
in exchange for ware.
The undersigned hopes, by a strict attention
to business, to receive a liberal share of public
patronage. . GEORGE HARNCAME.
Ebensburg, Feb. 20, 1S51. tf
fICE, Star & Mould Candles
ynst received and for
ST. FRANCIS5 ACADEMY
CAMBRIA COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA.
THIS INSTITUTION, in charge cf the Fiux
CISOAN F.FOTHEr.s, and distant four miles irSm
the direct mail route between Philadelphia and
l itti-l urg, will, on the first Monday in eptem.
ber, be re-opened for-the reception of Pupils
WHO w .u uo iiJ6irucM34 uiiuj vt mo Joilow;n
branches of an Elementary and Liberal HJucit
Heading; Writing; Arithmetic; English
Grammar; Ancient and Modern (eogra-;-phy;
Use of the Globes; Ancient and
Modern History; Llemcnts of Natural
Philosophy; Book-Keeping; a full cour$
of the Mathematics, and of the Gret
and Latin Classics, fcc.
ual rcil'"''" or Eoar J, Tuiucau
lteAiiu. - , " .inen. aD.I
... . . 'IIIILL Ul ' "
A sshing, M. ft-.,T ,
of Bedding, (payaoiv IiaI1 J'fv
advance,) is, $100 Oaj
Postage of Letters, Books acStatlofiwy, if
not furnished by Parents or Guardians, will fcVaai
an Extra harge, as will also medical at'tcnd.nc.
Tie Scholastic Year, commencing as atlovt
win eicse on tne loin cr July following.
! sis tbirts, eix Pocket Handkerchiefs
! iour pairs cn i-rawers, six
; and three pairs of Loots or Shoes
The healthy location of this Estub1; Jirr,,..
li -i ..i .i . lu'i
i loctntr Willi Uie pieturCE iUe aWaOrT tLt
; varied and extensive prospect all aroani a
1 , . , , u J xu.nua uiuii render ;t
u"raDie as a-PlilCe ct "n.
The attention of the Brothers to the Intellee-
trusted to their care, will be unremitting; atl
to render that attention e2'cetie, tha diajiV-ii.
will be exact, yet mild and paternal,
A half yearly account of the health, conJact
and literary progress, of each Pupil, wiU U
transmitted to his narent or flrsr.rm '
t All letters addressed fpost-pa; j) to ta Sie-
rior cf the Franciscan 3ionaUrv. lrMto rwi
County, Fa., will receive due aiUntic.
Reference may be made to Rt. Re. O'Connor,
j liisLo of p Pittsburg, and Rev. H. P. Galleg bar
Loretto, Cambria County.
.i.uguat 7, 1B51. i3-tm.
(WILDER S tATE.f T,)
The validity of this patent, (after having ben
vigorously contested by suits at law fnr ti. 1
... i i r . . . . .. : :
i T " 3 a lU'iJ anannaiiy .ubushe
e Supreme ourt of the United States.
The undersirned, at h'iB depot, has cu ka
a large assortment of the genuine
PATENT mmDER SAFES.
Alao, ail kinds of Iron Chests, Money Boies,
Vault Doori and Bank Vaults, both lire ana"
burglar proof, with naw and secojii hand gafs
of other makers forming the largest asortniat
' in the world.
-ISO, ttie followinsr T.rk-
' I. - U at , . -
l, KjtkMetjle iom6:naton, P.rmutatioD,
I JaVLaii m . a" a halt) tTa .1.1 - 1 4.C 1 r i
i v-U6vaViC .xuu-vjuupowaer L-oC:
Lo.k; Ly, Newtll & Lay's; and Locks of Uir
No. 34 alnut-JStrat, Philada'.phia,
Sola Aent for the State of Peanirivaii
Juua 2'j, iXbl. 37-Sin
Fofeit Dr. Hunter will forfait .V if
eg to cure any case cf sttret disease
that may come unuer his care, no matter how
long sUndir.g or aniiction. Either Sex are in
vited in his Private Room, SS North Sev:.tk
street, Philadelphia, without ft:r of interrup
tion by other patients. Strangers and others
who have been unfortunate in the selection of a
physici.tii are invited to call. Those who Li
injured themselves by solitary vico ur also in
vited. Read and Reflect. The afflicted would da
well to reflect before trustincr their health, hap
piness. :md in many cases "their )irrj ;'n th
hands cf physicians, icnorant of tb' r,f
maladies. It is certainly impossible for onr no.
to understand all the iils the human family aro
subject to. Every respectable physician has his
peculiar branch, in w hich he is more successful
than his brother professors, and to that he ce
votes most of his time and study.
Years of Practice, exclusively devoted to tha
isni'ly ami treatment of diseases of thi sorud
organs, together with ulcers upon the bodv,
throat, nose or legs, pains in the head or bone's,
mercurial rheumatism, strictures, gravel, irreg
ularities, disease arising from youthful excesses
or impurities of the blood, whereby tha consti
tution has become enfeebled, enables the Poctor
to oiTer Speedy Relief to all who may plae
themselves under his care.
May 1, ISol.-ly.
CAMBRIA COUNTY, PA.
fPjVIE undersigned returns his thanks to hii
m. numerous friends for the patronage hereto
fore extended to him, and will be pleased to &c
commodate nu persons who may favor him wit'i
a call. A large supply of choice LIQUOR
just received from the eastern .cities. His TA
BLE will always be well supplied, and his sta
Uling accommodations are sufficiently extensive.
March 27, 18-51. ly.
TEN CENTS PER HUSUL U
rMIE subscriber begs leave to inform t!;t
a. citizens of Cambria county, that be . in
furnish them with any quantity of first rte
Lime at a reduced price, (10 cents a busb-'h
delivered at the Kiln,) and respectfully solicits
. JAMES Fl'N'K.
i-'uncansvute, JWair Co. 1
April 17, 1851-
(Barrels of iVacleral for sals
W by J. IVORY 4- Co.
g 00,000 lbs of Wool wanted l'V
- - JOHNSTON MOORE
Neatly and expeditiously
ted at this Office.
I J nose remamintr sit tht Inst itnr.,n .!. - .i
seasea of the ; Sunimer Vacation will be cbarsed &! pi5
Tichitit, Con- Each Pupil must 'c'n:e'r.ro:.if,I wK - .,.
.v . t i, f - t - .. . ...7 "
i.nm;i, ana an cunt supr:y or summer anu n inter Tlr