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Who wants bargains?
EVANS & HUGHES,
Have just received from Philadelphia : t their
clothing store in Ebensburg, 11 large assortment
FAIL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
among which may be enumerated a line lot of
cloth, dress, sack uiul business coats of the be fat
quality and most approved style; beaver, Kit,
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, cashmere, plain and fancy vests,
together with evcrv kind of boys' clothing.
tine and coarse shirt:, hamikcrchieis. si.s; shn is
ami a lare assortment of j
supcrier hats, caps, .Sic, ad of winch they wid
dispose of on the most rcas-Miable terms. They
liavc also on hands a large stock ol cloths, eas-j
kinwri's :iml est in prs. whieh t'nev sire iiremircd ;
to make uj in the most workmanlike manner, j The subscriber would respectfully inform his
and on the most accommodating terms for cash j friends and customers, that he has received and
or approved country produce. The entire stuck j is now opening, at the store room formerly oc
of clothing is made up according to the latest cupied by Richard Lewis. deed., u large and
fashions. I genera! assortment of goods, consisting in part
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 sit h.uer l.i iees than o.ids of a similar i
quality were ever sold in this county. j
The public are respectfully invited to call ,
and examine their goods. '
November 1, 1'
Vi'e c.iU t!ie iitteutiou of oi
public generally to our
lYIciids and the !
FALL AND WINTER DEY CC0D3, i
Hardware, (ueeiisw arc. 15oots, SJIiocs,
itf dry g--o.i- co;isit -a the i;-;i.u aai.rlmoiit
cl" cloth-, c:i.-.siii!i'l't', satinets aloaccas, meri
tioes, c, and we Cii'l the attention of the ladies
in particular to our stock of fancy alpacas, mo
hair lutres, scanet ca.-hmere. plaid pbn, ng-,
ure( nn., sackrng iia:oie!. .-.v v. :i r; il.:bet c'oih
:itd bl-.ic.:. brown, vce;;, s;
I'iCMeh. all V111..I, ii:vii:;o.
):;! Engti -1. Iiicl-ilioe.-.
Sll, K N :
We b:.Vy nl-... a gvd
figured .-i!i.-. w hich v. id i.
:il.i t. t !:-rrv Coiere'l.
A!.-.., C.-barg vlsAi.
I' s.;i ;e cdors.
i i. i; s .
".iaeal . i' 1 1 1 ;l: 11 ami
s-id as 1. w as ih.-v
can lie nougat ;.t retail 2.1 any ei'
cities, consisting of gl ic.e s-iti. cl.ii
fioi, jrro ',e P.iiine, ottoman ..!e vi lui
tesrrnig, bla.-k Italian boiled silks, to
1. 'ill dc
, plain bl
kiiuwis. Hay State, printed, iong,
French, a.c.. c.
11 A T t; A 1 s .
A full assortment of mi'ii's and
silk, plush, '
cioth and f:;r caps and hats, f the latest Mviea :
iu the greatest Variety, and b .u:e! Ij rleae uli
p-irci aers. i
ii o o t s tc s ii o i: s .
Ve have a erv large assoi-iment ;' ail l:i
belies' 1 ts mi 1 sli
ki;i hoots, a-i l hea
0 p. -
e 1 .:
railroad l.i' ga-,.,. waie!.
sure l wear nine mor!i!i
1 article d le-ivv i
-t ar:'a :
:s f : i
iieav y slaoes ., , .", -.;;, ts t j
Lower than (Lev ever were s.d'l here
We have ;
and 1J g
cliean : N.
lot of g..
in. 'his.-es, in :
, w aicli
will bj sid'l very
1 svrao molasses.
Nos. am, n.acK.-re. 111 ha f barrels, very
low. botfec w,- wid sella! an a.ivanee of threo-;
fiunrtcra oi ;i cent per poaial p'l cost, ill sei
1... t-l.n 1 1 . 1 : i -
j me 10. .1.-5 u e ai v.- doiig :)Us:!l('ss o!l l!Ca!'!V
astt princip'es. -,ve hope t sell ;l cheap as a:.-v
lerson. if not .h.capcr. We therefore hope that
all our friends, aiat every bi-ly else, who wish
to get tlie worth oi' their money, wid call on us.
tf&w The hoiies will had an assortment of
Dress Goods of the Host Quality, Fash
ion and Style.
The trim;. dags Vc had select e 1 hv a lade In ihe
city, and know them to Ik: the very i:tt-st fash
ion. V.'e hae a few made-up sllk-boauet
'bonnets which are houaeis." lor beauty a:e!
riurahi!ity. lbit it is impossi'de t- mention ad
tin? articles that arc new and cheap ; ail wo ask
is come and see.
NEW ARRANGE M j: X T. i
We have con.e to the determination i.j sell !
goods at c.-'i ;r '.--vitiiout teat-ing en anv ex- 1
tra profit as an olt.-et lor bad' debts. A a v per- !
p.in dealing Miih us -n ciciit, will receive a i
)ass-book. except when we have a different li'i-!
lei-standing, and will expect ad! accounts to be ',
fettled by payment or note at the end of six j
mouths, and the-e terms will be rlghily adhered 1
to. Fy do'ag iiusiness in this manner, v. e home j
to sell more goods, and atcbtaper rates, 'i1,
those wlm purchase for cash we will always :
make a difference of six per cent., except Hour'
and bacon, v.h ieh must always be nett cashi
without crc-uit 10 any one.
.:UHN lOilV & SON.
Summit, November 2') 1-S.jl.
Ti.e un ier-'gneil will rent f.
r-r more years the lbiliLviiig !
Washington to-,-, n-hi;i, Cam'.i ;
dist im-e of from one-half 10 tw
, -t . j
' ' '!,'t J-0 '
'cm'nt'v .-t 'I.' '
...,) '. A.' ''' .,'!
oil! s I rum t he
Portage and Penns ha n'm F.iiil lbjads
The farm now occupied hv J.,hi. Mcfhm-h, Sr.
.o..t.-.b.b,., ip'nn, Ut i I-.,..: 7.,..
v. hic'.i are c'e.ire l. having thereon erected a
commodious Dwelling Iioi'.sO, L'.ui-h, lhni, ai
I pl.P i:l-.-H!- . ill..!, llor Y.p.11 .,,,1' .1
I 1 " ( V -1 1 . : 1 - ;
loli ii -louougu, Jr., contain. ng a' ot'.t acres !
bind, .j.) to i
acres oi which are cleared; the
oilier occupied by Samuel McGough, containing!
ab'jut .jU acres, about 2" acre of which arej
cleared; In f 1 farms having excellent buildings!
tti.-reon erected. 1
mm . ? i t i t
i hi-se birnis :!.' under good fence, and are in 1
.. .... -.- . i, -
i line state? ot cultivation. 1 osses-ioii given.
immediate! V. .ppiress -! cal
in persr.n, upon;
.,,. , 1 ... ,. . , , -
tne undcrsi rue n Sumimtvilic, Cambria conn-
1 1 ell.lis 1 . ai..-.;.
j.j.-.yp-,, (,(). j j-
1 .r. 1 1W f ' -! - - -
An active, sto::
boy, i':i.i!i t!icp;iiutrv. n-od
from 11 to lb years, as an a pprotuic 10 the
Tanning business. Application to be mad.; to
tlie subscribers-. MO'jUi: & i'.VANS.
Ebensbui-g. Hecemi-er 1 I, '.t-tf.
Lyccinitig Ilutuei Tiro Insnranco Company.
l'cr.- ias v. hhlng to
.ing to insure pi-iijiertv m this !
st lo by liic .can : pply to the !
Nov. '7, 1
1L Hi A LP, A
.m l- .1'
r Flour, fat
?! acted by J. MO'lUl.' c;.
li 1:1 eXCilaliac
for g'lod-. or iitnerwt1-
'j ) 4i Lihe..l J.i i. p
.id tor .o..l at the stoili.
i i l.t . .). I n i l-its
Till undersigned respectfully informs bis
friends and the public generally, that lie
has rented for a term of years, that large brick
hotel in the Uorough of Ebensburg, formerly
kept by James Rhey, and known heretofore as
the "Washington Hotel," where he will be much
pleased to accommodate all those who may favor
him with their patronage, and will use every
exertion to make their stav pleasant and agree
able. His Tahlt will be furnished with everything
i the market atl'ords, and in the selection of Mines
and Liquors, the most npproved brands wid be
purchased. His italics are large, and will be
attended by it careful hoftlrr.
I'ovsuiis wishing to visit any section of the
comity will be furnished with a conveyance.
ANDREW J. EHEY.
Kbensburg, June 1. 1 b0. '13 tf
Di: r c o o ds, an o cr.n iks, ha nn m'ai? ;.
Ojieensware, Hats, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, &c, all
of w hich he is determined to sell iou- either for
cusli ..v ai oroved country vroduce. He solicits
examination of his stock, and is confident he
can sell cheaper than the cheapest,
CEO. J. HOIXIEKS.
:viny s, u-'i -::o-tf
i; E the undersigned have this day asso-
v r'J ciated with ourselves, in t!ie Mercantile
st :e ci
&c. JOHN MFIUIAV, Esq. The
t!ie lirm will hereafter be known as
MUtKAV i ZAIIM.
Miy 10, iv'.l.
o3iiys arc t!:2oriii!
LL persons indebted to the subscriber:
are once im'-re re
accounts, ami g
nested to call and settle
ve their notes, if they
.hargc their claims.
arc e::- j
three ycrs stala
neglected this t:
leave th-ir acjol
f. r cvil:ciien.
t'.i close .ijr
;ii-', ve will be compelled
-its in t tie hands of a Jus
i p- '
j ..'C".v a:c! i.'hci3;3 Jotiti's!!
1 The subscriber has leeeiv.-d at 1.1.. store rOoM
in tin- H'i:'ppi!;:li of I.a-ieto-. a lai: e and sbialid
stock of fall and wli.ter g. .d. v.diich he is iw
, ttriaiae l to sell at very reduce 1 rice-.
j His .-t-pek consists in pait oi cloths, j l ilu and
! i.:ey cas:mere., s.it;neltw. tweeds, overcoating.
al lis'giish moritios, Pay Stale
.awls, cashn.eres. d,- laines.
prints, ii!t!sl:ns, linens, .Vc.
( 1 1 . 7 ..... t . 1 c 'p . t . c . . p' .. 7T 1. i o. ; : 1 .
la . ps. boots, and shoes of
es. Har.iv.aro (ineensware. boo
!vs and statioti-
::ry. a 1st-.
A !- a v. eli
t ;.. .-. aad
drugs and patent medicim s.
i stock oi groceries, iish. tar.
by the barrel.
1 kinds taken hi exchange for
.U. ::v. v. c'coiav. P.emember if
r c 1! at the i.hu-o where
1 Che ;... !'. 'SIHIII.S.
?TE7,r STOEE A'
TZH CLD STAIiDll
ened at the well known
j' ' M(,ro r..:il) f,.rilUrh- occupied by Johnston
1 M,.ro, u ,.,.uvr;ll ...l. sort-!
new iroo-ls. consisting of evervtb'n-.'
that is gem-rally kept in country stores, which
have been purchased in such a way as to enable
him ! s -11 as cheap it' not cliva oer than anv
other in the country.
T'.os-J nut satisfied of the
l 1' tills.
1 see- for themselves.
iu making his loc O'e-e mm to Ids friend--, he
as,--,;i-es them that he will c'uarge liicm nothing
lor seeing his goods; come and examine f..r
Ca.-h a 11 1 country roduce taken in exchange
f-r g Is. WILLIAM DA VIS."
November 20th, IS'l.
virtue of a writ of Tend. Exnon. issued
"''' ff the Court of Common Pleas of Cambria
County, and to ine directed, there willlie ev-
V'"1"-' J'-'dc on the iremies in the Uoror.gh of
'j-'t'stown, Cambria County, on Saturday, the
-"t'i '':,-v "! b.reh next, at one o'clock P. M.
A11 rigr,d. title and interest of Charles (i.
''""''i in and to a lot of ("round situate
"il 1:10 Dorough of Johnstown, Cambria County,
fronting on "iintou Stree t, aiijoining lot of Cyrus
u!,V 011 J'11- East, and Hasman Alley on the
t''" t having thereon erected a two Story frame
house, nnd frnme oalce, and frame st.ibl'e. wood
a" ' eoal '"('. now in the occupancy of Robert
- J-"mt',n !ind AVillinm A rent rue.
Taken in execution, and to be sold at the suit
of Jeremiah S. Black.
JOHN HRA1VLEV, Slieriff.
Feb-. 21. ir.--2.-ir.
EEvV CLGTHI1TG ST0HE!
1 he sii.isej-.oer iufornis the citizens of Cam.lria
ff""'' y tliat. he has opened a store at the Summit.
'"'Xl ''l'1'' to t!ie r,st offi v.-here lie will keep
t,!1 hand a large and extensive assortment of
? . . . . .
. .0..0. . ivintit:- coii-isiin-r 01 over eoais.
' ' , ' , , r:-nl;l,""iL"-'- Hurts, iVc, o
-irts i-izes, ma-ie m the latest style ann
1., 1 .. . . . , ... ,.
1 nn.st approved manner. Also on hand a hire
selection of boots, shoes, hats, cap. &c. These
goods he is determined 10 sell low for cash, ami
ne is t t rsua tea tnat lie can outsell 1 10 c hea ne-t
and see the foods,
Summit vil'.e, Oct. CO, IFol. dm.'
inrw SHOE STORE !
Persons wishing to purchase Siiocs, Boots and
Xib.i.oi-.; t i.i't..c ;! .. tl ..: 1
l i v ', p 1'iiv..., ooo n 10 ilieii ;ei-
,.,.,.,, ,. -i ,i , c ,
ariti'iie to ca I at tne ixic xhoc afori-, four doors
. , aim- t -1. u .11 .,
1 .i.-i 01 .piu-uii jiuuvi 1 iioiei, k ih'it mov win
, , , ,t. ,..,. if. T
;.o... 1...-. ..li'i Mill It'll SHH.K in ui .('a
-,.,, ,.1, , ii .... - v , Cr
I t em k ami American Loots, Shoes and Slippers.
... ,,, , , ... 11
j tin d also Men s ami Leys Boots and Shoes.
j Boots and shoes maple to order iu the neatest
ind best maimej-.
JONES & THOMAS.
CY3TEZ3 ! !
I It is said that Fields of Baltimore packs up
j the best Chesepeake Oysters in the country.
lney arc sent direct to John lvoj-y iS: Son, Suiu
1'iit, who can supply shop-keepers and families,
either by the can or in the shell, at the lowest
price. Summit, Oct. .", S."il. d.
legs ah.s.jrted nails for sale at tlie store of
OHO. J. 1IO DOERS.
-')')) pounds wool, butter, eggs wanted by
,Mi Kegs of Nails on hand, and fur sale by
J. 1YOUY & SON.
1 Puuc.iuuoii nails, glass S by 10 and 10 bp VI,
, s dmoa and iua.ckeral at .J. MOORE'S,
Mir, .'--perm and Me'iild a,udles tor sale at
iln-Jlilcu i-t'.re 1.1' Y MOoRF.
DUFF'S IIEECAXIILE COLLEC
N. E. Corner of Third and Market streets.
Established in It-iO. "ow Incorporated by the!
Legislature of Pennsylvania with Collc'dute'
l awcrs and i'rivi leges.
r-rcfcidcut, 1. DUFF, Professor of
Book-keeping and Commercial .Sciences.
N. B. HATCH, Esq., l'rofessor of Mercantile
JOHN D. "WILLIAMS, the most accomplish
ed penman west of the mountains, Professor of
Upwards of IS years experience in the most
extensive foreign and domestic shipping busi
ness gives the proprietor of this establishment
an experience in training others for the counting-house
possessed by but few teachers of
book-keeping m the country, and all who as-
pire to the highest rank as accountants are re- i
quested to call and examinehis credentials from
upwards of oihundred Hankers, Merchants and
Accountants in this city, as also the emphatic
recommendations of the American Institute,
the Chamber of Commerce and many of the
leading Merchants. Hankers and Hank Oifiecrs
of the city of New York, appended to his North
American Accountant, and Western Steamboat
For terms apply to P. Huff at the Colic".
May -IV, IS.'jI o;i-lv.
Youth and Hanhcod. A vigorous life, or a
Eiii2kiIi23 on .Self" 5rcscrvaioii.
OlfLY 25 CENTS.
This P.ook, just j.r.blished, is filled with useful
information, on tho infirmities and diseases of
the Generative Organs. It addresses itself alike
to Youth, Manltooil and Old A;;e. To all who
apprehend or sillier under the dire consequences
of early or prolonged indiscretions to all who
feel the exhaustive eU'ects of sedentary and
baneful habits tu r.ll w ho in addition to'decii
nirg i hvsical energy, are the victims .f i.
:i.t;il debility, a:: J of moping and n
lespom'.ei.ey. jir. K. would say
L'JJA j this JJ 0 0 k.
Tho vi.!u.-.b!o jiuvice and impressive warning
it gits. vail prevent yeais of misery ami suffer-
ing an. I save annually Thousands of Lives.
lnts ovrea.mg, it will learn how to pro-
vent tne uestructn.il of thcr children.
A remittance of -0 cents, enclosed in a
letter, prepaid, addressed to Dr. Kinkelin, N. W.
corner oi Third and I'h-oti strf.,.t 1..
luce s.11.4 Line, i iiiaaielaiiai. will ensnrr. n
,7 p;. ,. i"
book, mail r enveloi.e, per return of mail.
He who places himself under the care of Dr.
K., may reap. :ousiy ciii!:de iu Lis honor as a 'en
tl. mau, and c-i-li Lail; re'y it-..u Lis skill as a
L v tielao.
r:.-1--. Per-iO!: at a distance may address Iv.
t. :y letter, (post panii ami be cured at
gesi ol. medicines. Uireetions. .Ve. t. r-
, by sending a remittance, and net r.r.
.are fr.-m d.ir:age or curiosity.
Groat Attraction and Cheap Barg-ains ! !
Ihe undersigned resr.ectfully inform the citi-
Vicnutv. that tliev
- ic.-c.u'.i iron! 1 i:.;r.i:en. ii.-i ( i.r
e and Wed selected assorting? t ,.
xzziv OO ELS,
of the lafist ami most fashi-jiiable styles-, con
sl.-ting of a large and well selected mssertmen
r f lr ;. f.d.i, M,d.' vp ciothiuq, jiat.--. rv.-..--
Jjf'. una .rc"
llonuttJ and 1'allil I.nif ll.ttr. a
v OKH'irtif-hl f.f Jtirdircrr,
l.'.nhoi.j ;iit;:x, Clock awl Liqnor
Also a heavy stock of (iroceries,
i Variety of all other articles nr-cdc.l
f ,dl hind.
Drugs, and :
in a country
store, all of which they will tell '
citfi.t 1 r r .'. or in exc iatum f. v
apirovca coutitr- produce.
Phv.se remember the New Store and
a call, as v. e feel sanguine tliat ou
...1:.. . 1 ...e. . .
iioaui;, 01 g'lous win i.e an miuccmeet to per
sons who want bargains. Good goods and
mo.lerate proiiis is our motto, and we consider
it ii.) trouble to show goods- Cash paid for
JAS. M'COLGAN & C).
I'ETKll loi (JHEIlTy.
ja. m co:.ai
ie t-o "Eig Doors if 70U want Cheap Good:
As the suhseribtTS have just received ami are
now otieiiiig to t!ie j'uo
sive assorinu ut of
large and exten-j
country produce taken in exchange for goods.
Call and examine our stock before purchasing
MURRAY, ZAIIM, & Co.
JAS. 35 VElt AY, G. C. K. ZAIIM, JXO. 31 VK It AY, KSQ.
ML! UK AY & ZAIIM,
Thankful for past favors, invite their old cus
timers to call and see the stock of Murray,
Zahm I'c Co., and they will lie dealt with as
July 10, ISol.
Keystcno Hutual Lifa Insurinco Company,
llaialliiihed at llirri.;hur, l'cnnisih a?iia.
Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania,
.March -I, J.oit. ;
The assured participate in all the profits of the)
The undersigned has been appointed agent I
I.T tne above company lor this county, ami can
oe found at his ohiee, opposite tlie court house.
R. L. JOHNSTON.
Ebensbuig, May 8, I80I.
Valnublc Tavern I'roperJy tar
The undersigned offers to rent the Tavern
Stand in the Horough of Ebensburg, llow iu the
'ceupancy of Robert Carmon, for a term of two
three, or live years; also, if desired, froni ten
to thirty acres of out lots and meadow adjacent
to said P.orounh. Possession given on the I'd
The entire property is in excellent repair, and
cannot be excelled in location or advantages by
any in Western Pennsylvania.
Persons disposed to rent can obtain further
information by application to
Ebensburg, Jan. 29, 1.32.
A i.i. persons indebted to the subscriber will
find it to their advantage to settle their accounts
immediately. I. V. LEWIS
Feb. 5, 1852. 17-4 1
-vVK)L' 15utUr' sm'1 kin,Is Grain,
V J taken in exchange lor goods at
J. Moore s store.
WT II I SKF.Y, White Lead, and Linseed Oil,
V y for sale by J. Moore.
"ff ust received by .J. Mvotx, doz best double i
fiJ bilt axe. "
Dry Goons, Grcciner, Hardware, Queensware, ' 1 c'iitcr l"-euneman, late ot Jaeaison township,
HATS, CAPS, EC0TS SHOES 'leceascd, having been granted to the under-
BUNNETS, and in fact all such articles as are ' ,m county all
usually keot in a country store K". ,nJel,'.teJ V' sam eEtato a,rc requestcl to
in, '. c,.,ti m, ,' 4. .1 ' nmae lt.mieuiate payment, and those having
b,J 3.. ne-t ; i Z 7 ?nCPS ?-rt: aS claims will present them properly authe nticated
. irte'f he nl to -i thn?.ore :l fur settlement. JACOB M. PAUL,
siiaie i.l tlie pationage ot the public. v , -1., io-.- k rt.x.
Lumber, (Jrflin, Wool, Hides, and all kinds of i lo K-U
j THIS WAY FOR GOOD AND
.. in . ne open, a tins wee at the i.ruU store, t h- . , .j t.u! i lAs 1 Ix L 1HJN, ia cLarge of v
of . I. Moore, in Ebcnsbuv..-. a frt-iu-i-.-d assort-. ..c a,t i..o,t inu.j . ,. 'cljan Er-thh - r.l V.
,.,,.;, ..i,.,!.. ..f: ; .: Tl,:n are tin it ml of tnj..i.wj fj. . - ur i,.;lv8 f.
an.l a great variety of summer goods, I The virtues of tins reim.rkablc- remedy, and , ,,ittsl. vn f " "Ft, a ,ni
Together with any quantity of prints, delaines. ! the constant application for it, to the proprietor, , (.r u rL.. ,,e.,!vJ t, " ' J .tflj.
lawns, cashmeres, ginghams, lustres and other j has induced him to have U put up in . .-m.es, I vL wU hcl ilJatrn..u.A hl f r I'uri'.,,
dress goods. b (with labels and directs ns, tor the l.eucut vi the inches of an Elementary cull 1' 'lSsZ
ALSO A LARGE
and good assortment of hardware, qnccnswnre,
saddierv', clothing, stationary, druirs, &c, icc..
Pn-sons wanting boots and shoes, hats and!
cajs, or ready made clothing, w ill iind it to their
advantage to call at the
ISridv Si ore.
Tho subscriber, thankful lor past favors. e:ir-
nesb' requests his customers, and the public
generally to at least call and examine his stock;
and if he 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 when offered.
Ebensburg, April US, 1S-1.
The subscriber begs leave to inform the mib-
ilic generally, that he lias removed his Coddle and
J efl'erson , Ca mbria
county, wdiere he will be pleased to see his old
friends and all others wanting anything in his
line of business. He intends keeping ounstantlj'
on hand a large stock of
Saddles, Eridles, Collars, Harness, Whips, &c,
Of ail kinds, which he will sell on the most rea
sonable tcrnisfor .. oraj.proved country
He hoj.es by strict attention to business
':tuil py.nnlt Tpl'oSlpj .ii t.ta t'. .vl- i.. n.p.,-it . . 1
ceive a liberal share of the public patronage.
HUGH A. .MCOV.
Jefferson, Nov. Hi, iSvO. 7-tf
N. J!. All tliose indebted to him for Saddlery;
kc. whilst located in F.benburg. are earnestly
requested to call and settle their respective ac
counts, i or the pur;... of
trouble, it j
is hoj.cd that this notice will not be neglected,
- .- "1
Johnstown, Cambria Courty, Fa.
JHUE undersigned, having succeeded Mr.
R Samuel ihacken in the "proprietorship of
this Establishment, most respectfully announces
to the public, that his entire attention will be
devoted t the t.-.sk of voodcvin.r f 'v,.l,,,
, r. . , . .. .. , . . ... ,- , - '
ir.....i t-.i.i... ...11-.. 1 . - -
iiuui 011c 01 ii.e ocsl puoiic nouses 111 ti.is sec -
, ... , 1
tion ui the State.
- , .,. , , . . .
Especial care will be ob-servea ;n procuring
r ... ... , , , '
j.t'juur 01 me cnoicesi iiramis, ana every ai'oro-i
ipriate dtiii-n.rti which tiie markets afford,
eari-fu'dy selected for the Tail--.
1 1 1
The rnders'pued will alwavs be
to greet his friend and the travelling com mu nit y.
THOMAS A. MAG LIFE.
H. -.. til
Notice is hereby given to ail persons interest
ed that the linn of Eiffel cS; Humphreys was by
mutual consent dissolved on the 1st day of De
cember, !'51. All persons having claims will I '
please present them for settlement, and nil these!' ''
:-i , ,!.... o, 1: 1 . .:.k r . ; (.''
.....LP...... ..i.io.t.isc tan aip oeiiie null .lilies j
M. Eiffel at tlie '-obi stand,'7 iu whose hands the !
Hoe.ks are, and who is authorised to make all
settlements. Ail persons not settling, cither by
note or otherwise, before the Ihul day of P'ebru
ary next, wiil find their accounts in the hands of
the proper officers for eolleelior..
Summitvlile, January 1, !Sj2. !2-t'i
xj iisi x'lvrL.::. 1
The subscriber, thankful for the liberal pat-
ronage heretofore extended to the "old firm," lean rurtha
would resjiectiully announce to all his friends ! Produce
and the public generally, that having purchased j -ore's- .,.1
tot: im.i.'o-:l 01 111s iaiti!ei, uc . 1 e (pii ill; e. e
- e 1 :...... i .1.. 1 ... , t
10 en rv oil u.e- uiisiuess ai me o.a siana. no
has just received from the east a new and supe
rior assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, &c,
and a large supply of all the articles that can be
found in a country store, which he will take great
pleasure in showing to iiis customers, and which
lie will sell at low prices for cash cr country
MprodiK-e. JOHN HUMFIiHEYS.
.-suinmitvuie, January 1, !?.
Letters of Administration 0:1 the estate of
Teatcr Breuncman, late of Jackson
That the subscriber has taken out Letters of
Administration in the Estate of James Smyth,
decease 1, late of Cambria County. All persons
knowing themselves indebted to said Estate will
please call and settle their elebts, and all persons
having claims or demanels againtt the said dece
dent arc hereby notified to make known the same
HENRY L. DOWNEY, Adm'r.
Emmit House, Feb. '2(, 1 852. l'J-Gt.
Are now being conferred, in the shape of
good la'tnj, drinking, ludjinj, Ac, t-y the
subscriber, at the
Foot of Plane No. 4, A. P. R. R.
Jan. 1, 18o2.-l 3.
Letters of Administration on the Estate of
Jacob Toiniinson, late of Allegheny Township,
Cambria County, deceased, having been granted
to the uudeu-tigned, notice is hereby given to all
persons indebted to said Estate to make pay
ment, anil those having claims against it to pre
"um Vl 7. Dt
...i .1 ..... ..1 ...1 . ".A. !. -. - a
Feb. 20, 1852. PJ-Gt.
200 Barrels prime eouemaugh salt just recei
ved aub for sale at the store of
J. IVORY & SON.
For the highest prices are paid for hides,
skins and tanntVa bark in either traele or cash by
A Large quantity of Duncannon Nails and
Spikes, from 3 to o inches, for sale at Moore's
40 Parrels Coneniaugh Salt for tale by
Hice, Star tuid Mould Caudles just received
and for sale by
CO Parrels of Mackeral for salo by
J. IVORY & SON.
Jresh Shad, Mackerel, an l Salmon, for sale at;
V the stare of J. More. j
WONDER OF WONDERS!
PETROLEUM, Oil ROCK Oil.!
The Petroleum or llfi
Oil is procure! from a
we'll in Allegheny county, sit a depth of i-.urj
hundred feet, is a pure unaumteratc.
alleviating suffering am! restoring the bloom of
health and vigor to many a suffer, r. Long ''f -
lore the vroiinctor Uiouint vun;v;r it nit
bottles, it lia'I a reputat.oii ml' t::e ctire oi .i:s
ease. Tlie conMsPslly and daily :::'-re: s".';g calls
lor it. ami several ro.nar:-:a ;!e c.:rc n fo.s j--r-
lormed. is a sure lniiicatiou ol its n:tur jn.j n
larity and wi'.Ie spread ajq iicaliuu in the cure
e no not w:ta to n::;ke a u.r.g .:-.ra(ie .
tilicates, as we are coi. scion- that tho me
can soon work its way into the lav or of t!
who suiicr and wish to he healed. V. ml
not claim for it a universal a.pplic::
in m e erv
disease, we unhesitatingly say, tm
t m a number
of (.hrenic Diseases it is u.;rhal'.o-L A:
tiiese may be enumerated a!! diseases of the
j mucous tissues, such as Chronic itrow.d,'.-. Con
, sumption (in its early staie.l AsiLm:', and all
! ulMast's. . VlC u:r
la.ssai.es, J.r Lu..j.iu.-
, Diseases oi' the Hla.'d
in the Hack oi- Side. Ne
!., i n.tiu, iJiarrm.va
ana Ji'i!ii-v s. 1 iiins
vous Diseases. Ne
i.r sq c
I lr-nir ami
debility re i!
pro;ra' fed :
I cine w ill br:
j J,J'"r !U1'1 'r, ;;i sue
(tone a tul energy to the who!
job.struetii.ns, t j.enitig C.rc s
, v..ncn car,-..' ..isease at.a a .no,,, -; c..i-t.ptut...ii.
IT! 1 ',' 'T;1 :i.'VM ':,;"vt : p ::U
( f " "i ,f "V1
! " ',' h ! ' vary ot..,-r
)re,,1'". U,I'KT tue use oi t ,ie 7'.
t' f,r u snori t.aie i i.e riv.,i
,e;i.iiPT 1 1 cii 1 o a o .e:spu v. ;io ihmt:
.can I.e given to any i.ers-ii v. a.j ues res
1 -e -.i . .1 - ,
None gr-ninne wiliioujt the signature ct the t r a
. - Ar .-,,-, , ,, -
pnetor, S. M. KILIt. t a'ml lias;;;, near tn st..
n:,oi .... r
: i ittsi.ui g.
""J -- s ' s
w.v Y(u nn1 r.ip
tore and Cheap Bargain:;.
1 wou!.i h.jovjh
nil a to" ".oi
taat tiiev have 1 ; utie i ;i
t Pha.e No. 2. A. P. ib P. in the room
formerly occupied by John ong, where will be
kept constantly on hand, and sohl at low r.rices.
11'. .". ''(,';.'.
.V,.-.-,...-. . ;
, A'--.v. ' .-
. Co. ' '-".. yir .. .-'?..
'. -.,k-!i: IHKUt.k.
f, Tir"jd, .ye., ,yc.
! JinUvn, (ii-)l--y, lh.;;, .-;,
! ALSO, iiOCTS, SHCES, I
S Al-TD CAFE,
v. .1' ... Z.-.-.v
V ..-::r.; JJurd-
.-fori- of Co.'.',. S'.;;r. 7'
i.Ciirc Ufi't t '.''". J.O'.-r.r Hi) .'
TT nT"' T A f " -J Pt-t:7.-"?
Egg:--. 1'ish. Salt, 'i'.j'-.acci. Cigars, .s:c. All of
rhieli ihey re j-rc:ared t sod at c'.cp r '..-,
nu in lie '. -' a..e:u.-.Ti oi auvers to tiu ir stoCK
i them- -
1 01 IT" lO-l
oah.lent that th
.- an-d in fact,
1 and wil
oi' all kiiois taken in exchange 1
cash never refuse-..!. Cali soon,
i if vnii v.-ani i- lu simmled.
1 t 1 e
.DHN ( J. GIVEN Co.
1'iane Ne. 2. A. P. P. P. 1
March H. 1, ol.
Vl'SioIesiiie tjuc! isiai!
TIN', CCPPEH, AD SHEET-IF.02T,
The subseri'-er adopts this method of return-
ng tn.iu ks to his fnemls and the ptibhc goner
L-;s "- pa u image uereioiore Mestov,-
ea upon mm. ana negs leave to :r.!orm them that
any oiuer esiamisnmenr 111 tne country.
He is also prepared to manufacture Spou'.ir.j
for houses, at the- shortest notice, f.nd ou the
mcst reasonable terms. Merchants and ether-
desirous of purchasing bills of ware, are res-
pectfully invited to call, as he is prepared to sc-Il
Licm goous equally as cheap as they can lie had
either east or west, ami all orders addressed to
him will be promptly attended to.
Jul M'ork of evcrv- description, done 011 the
sncrtest notice. Old copper and pew ter, taken
in exchange lor ware.
The undersigned hopes, by a strict attention
to business, to receive a liberal share of public
patronage. CEO ROE II ARNCAME.
Ebensburg, Feb. 20, 1S31. tt
Caution ! i
The public are hereby cautioned against t i-'
king a note signed by the sucsciibers payable!
in eighteen monlns alter date for rilty uoiiars,
1.-1 1 .!. CV.l IO-. -p. ,
uaiea me -tin 01 l eornary, i.i-j, as we nave
received no value for said note, and intend to j
resist its payment.
JOSEPH E I E 11 S T A LLE K ,
FRITZ K FRSFdlROEU,
IIP HERE FOLK.
Feb. 12, 18-32. lK-3t
All persons indebted to the late firm of
Lloyd &l Litzinger in the Cabinet making busi -
ness are requested to make payment before the
first of April. Those who have promised Lum -
ber in payment of debts will much oblige us bv
bringing it in immeuiately.
STEPHEN LLOYD, Jr.,
Jan. 22, 1352. 15-tfa.
The public are hereby cautioned against ta
kink a note signed bv the eubscriber, payable
to James Rodgers, four months after date, fori
Thirty Dollars, dated 3d January, 1So2, ns I
have received no value for fcaid note, ami intend
to resist its payment.
Wash, tp., Jan. 21, 1852. IG-ft.
S 00,000 lbs of Wool wanted lv
i lass, Oih:, Paints and Drugs of all kinds
Neatly and expeditiously execu
led at this Oilier.
without any cliemtcai cnange, i-.ui.iusi as ii news : pn , use oi uic Viiooes; Ancient an i
from Nature's Croat Laboratory ! Tliat it con-j Modern History; Elements of
tains properties capable of reaching a number ll,jjoso p,v; Fjoek-Keepin-" i fl '
of diseases, is no longer a matter ol uncertainty. , n i .- r e l lu't cotirsc
There are many things in the arena of nature,!01 hfe jaUcs and of the
which, if known. miht be of vast usefulness iniail J'al111 25SICS, fcc.
!,1 1 , -. . 1 - v . P....'. c .u pi. VV.i.tl . 1 HI t 1 CflPClll.t. 1
he lias erdargea Ins business, and now kcejiS ! 1. i . 1 1-
, '-.ii , !. n:i the public to give them n call, cr.d f.re can-
1 Cinsiant!v on i.anu a large siiiody of every va- ' c. i .1 - 1 -n , , -
- , r'r.- v , - 1 -'.; - : huc'.it their work will recomuipnd lts'-I:.
rieiv eo . t!4U-arc .'oc 1 -h, J'f.yyj J pAU kinds of country produce taken ir
which lie wnl sod, wholesale or retail, ax fow as! j p;v.'IS BEYNON
ST. HUMS' 11 ADKMV
Lot;ttO; Cmbug. Coniy, per.
Kf.idin; Wriiirg; Arithmetic; K
i Grammar; Ancient and Modern (;
j T E R "I S
j The Annual Pension lor Huar't'
i U.ljt E.
S.s-.'T"", . . in.
ng of Linen, aini n...
of Hed-.iii.c, (payable Lalf vear'yt.'
..i.... .:. -'
v. .,l-Vf-':. si-..
j, .stf.f. r...
i oiage i i.oT.crs, J',..ks a:
not luriiisi.ed l..y Parents cr J:..i
oVvt,-. 1. .,. , : i .. . i- , ' ""-nil
... ...... ..... , ... in ci.-vj uie'.ic:.! ..,.1
The Scholastic V
t .-'..;.-ti'.- liar, Con.menc;!' "
" willeb s;- on tl:e l-'th of July f....!...v.i:,-
ummer Vacation will be chai".
1 c, . "
.., t ...,.... , '""iuni-
v... ".....i.i i.i.j. Oi'..,r ',.!
-i .Vl Iris, si:: Pocket Handler re!,i ;'-
1 1 r. ,r
.i s :::.-,..
1 . ur -a;rs of Drawers
jp.nsoi i.uijo oi mioes.
ilti.y location of this Est.ai;aLClfnt
Willi t-p.-e pacluresqtie Sf-cii.-v..j,'
1 extensive pre-si.ect uil ;.r,.u, . i
oenViiCad t- youth: ill n; aid. 3 1:
desriMble as a j.iace of 11 !uc it;r
- i. SpM
t ; iK-j. ;j
; 'i he ta'teiition of the Droihers t.i th JtitIL.f.
tual. Mora! and Heligious Culture of !vVi ij.
trusted t i their care, will be unremif.ii.g; anl
to r.-n.h r that att---n:ion effective, the discir'V,
-.' :1! !.e e..-.ct. yet i:.i!d and paternal.
veal iy a.e. ,.uut of the health. C'-.nJar
!i . a:.d
g t .;;!!-
yK-ivz-., 01 eacii 1 upii,
t 1 h s 'iarent or '.iuardi.in.
Ml h.-tters a.!dn-ss(d ( p.'st-paid) to the
C-,uuli. . receive due attention
. . in recei ve due attention.
jp'p 'c '
may be i.m b- to lit. Key. OTor.r. .r
-r.J Hev. H. P
'..ml.vl'i ( '00a
, i S-il . A-l
: Dr. Hunter v
cure any case of secret uix-aso
nmy come under los care, no matter Luw
. i ".
ing or ao.iciion. Either Svi aro in
ia P;iv;.te Ko.m, "IS North Seveiitit
iu-leli-hla, without fear of iiiterr.!.--.r
; ati.-ors. Sti-snger? and otlert
.ceil uulortr.nate in the Selection of
r.re invitcl to call. j hose who ha
cs py s...Iitary Met arc alsu hi-
Jtea-l anl ibtlcct. The amieted wo-ulj
well t 1 reflect before trusting their health, hap
piness, and in many cases their lives, in t!i
hamls of physicians, ignorant of this class of
maladies. It is certainly impossible for one man
to uiiderstar. I all the ills the human fam:!y art
subject to. Every respectable physician has Lii
peculiar branch, in which he is more successful
than hio brother professors, and to that he Ue-vot:-s
most t f his time ami study.
V.'.ii-s f Practice, exclusively devoted to th
study ami treatment of diseases of the sexual
organs, togetner v.
throat, nose or legs.
ii ulcers upon the body,
ains in the head or bnaes.
mercuria! rl.cuniaiisia. strictures, gravel, irrej:
iilariiies. disease arising from youthful cicm
or impurities of the blood, whereby the consti
tution has become enfeebled, enables the Hoctuf
t j offr Sj ee iy lie-lief to all who may j.lac
thcniselves under bis care.
Mav 1. IS-jI.-P-.
! TLo ui.dc-rsigned inform their customers snd
! friends laat they have formed a co-partnership
(in the above business, under the name end frrr.
, of FEY NUN k JOHNSTON, and have taken tie
; room recently occupied as the Xr,v:.tu'n S'ntm
j Ojjic:, where they will be happy t j sec the fi.r-
mtr patrons of Lewis Beynon, and 83 many tew
i ones as pleas to call. They receive regular!?
i V,o- V..1- v..,.V- ...,.1 m.:i "l:..i, l.: .
- lfashi;,ns. an., canRot hc bcatJ.n oitLer in
shape or lit cf Coats, l'antj cr Vests, by enj
July 17, 1S"1. tf.
Jic-v Cciair 2liiiiii'iLiury.
The citizens of Ebensburg r.nd vicinity &r
ormed timt the very jdace to purchase
CHALRS, SETTEES, SOCIABLES, AND STOOLS,
of the best manufacture and most elegnnt f.ii''"i.
I an' at lower prices than at anv other cstabh.-'u-
j meiu 111 ne county, is at the new chair iaaaii
factory, in the shop formerly occupied bv Davi 1
levia, etecea-se I.
GLAZIXG, JJOU Si: and SWX FAIXTISC
executed in the best manner and latest stvle.
JOHN L. ST0FG1I.
Ebensburg, Nov. 27, ISol. Cm.
Peter Levergoi.J, Jr. ) In tho Court ef
for use of Peter Levergood, Common rie
- ,"- of Cambria LV
;Robt P. Linton, John Linton, No. IS, Octol
ami Jolm tmlbraith. J Term, 1S51
j Tiik undersigned having been appointed -An-jditor,
to apportion the moneys arising oa th
! sale of defendant's j.riperty, hereby gives noticf
j to the parties interested, that he will meet them
at his ofnee, on Monday, the 0th day of Mirca
next, for the purm-sc above mentioned.
Ebensburg, Jan. 29, 1S52. 17-td.
i Ltt? l1 Administration on the estate ct ta
! Pcv; T- McGirr, late of Cambria township. dx a
having been granted to the undersigned by 'j1'
Register of Cambria county; all persons ia
ilebteel to said estate are requested to make ioj
mediate payment, and those having claims wi
present them properly authenticated forget"'
ment, JOHN McSE-A--
Ebensburg, Jan. 22, 18o2. ItVCt.
All persons indebted, to the firm of lani
Hughes, Tailors, are requested to make paym"11
or give notes, on or before the 1st March next.
Those neglecting this notice will find their ac
counts in the hands xif the proper officer
JOHN D. 11LG11LS
Ebensburg, Feb. o, 1S32. 17-tfm.
A fresh arrival of Boots, Shoes, Summer
Hats, Caps, Fancy Gimp and Florence bin
Bonnets, Powder, Gun Caps, Shot, Lead,
received this day and for sale at the cheap s-
of J. MOOKIm
June 26, 1S51. .
I) INE lumber, joint and lap ehicglca at
j lumber yard of J. Mccr.