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IIarris3Crg, March, 23.
ENVrE lr. Matthias read in .lace a bill
. ,n to tlie-Crtr.st'niC'tio'n of piers and defining
?ijer Thtsof ri 0Pe4 t fronting: on the rivers Dcl
iJarend Schuylkill at Philadelphia.
He al? rcu'- I''ftCt" a ''1 SNpplcnieutary to
the act for the limitation of actions.
The Senate then took up on second reading-,
i bill t incorporate the. Anthracite Bunk of
jainaq'"1' wlncn auer ucuaw v. as ucgauveu
,eas G, nays 13.
Hamilton moved to proceed to the consid-
at:L,n of the b;l" increasing the capital stock of
jiC gjuthwurk Bank of Philadelphia, but the
-jn.tien was disagreed to yeas 13, nays 1G.
The bill to re-charter the Easton Bank was
then taken up and passed second reading yeas
11 niivs 12; alter which it was passed.
It was moved to reconsider the vote rejecting
-jc till incorporating the Anthracite Bank of
T i:n:vua. The motion lies over.
The bill to prohibit the manufacture and sale
if intoxicating liquors in this Commonwealth,
v;,s then taken up in order.
Mr. Malone, of Bucks, moved an amendment
a'luwinir the manufacture and sale of spirituous,
!j allj vinous liquors in quantities of not less
than t'uirtv-or.e gallons, the manufacture to be
J rect!v from agricultural products.
Mr. Muhlenberg moved further to amend by
allowing the sale of spirituous liquors in quanti
ties of thirty-one gallons, and allowing the sale
of vinous liquors as at present.
The question being taken on the amendment
to the amendment, it was negatived yeas 15,
The question then recurring oil the amend
ment of Mr. Malone, it was agreed to ye-as 17,
The bill further amended yeas 2:1, nays 10
bv inserting a seet'un, fixing the day of the nex
ireneral election,- being the second Tuesday in
October, as the day on which the law shall be
vi.ted upon in the several counties of the Coiu
The several sections of the bill having been j
r.-.-i-eed to, it was laid aside and ordered to be
The Senate then adjourned.
Jha-sE. There was a large number of peti
tions, Sc., presented.
A series of joint resolutions were introduced
:u tavor of a grant of land bv Congress to aid in
the construction of the Sunbury and Erie Rail
Oregon Timber--how tley cut It.
The trees in Oregon have long been sul ject of
remark on account of their immense size. A
Kttcr from Ore ge n mentions the fact that the
kc-.l of the steamer Lot Whilcomb, ICO feet ong
is made from the length of a tree. One tree on
ti:e claim of Judge Strong. Cathlemet, a draw ing
f.r which was recently made for a London ;c
turi:il Iiev5j a.ier, sto:d 111 feet in diameter at
the bott.nu, and 'I'M feet high. But trees are
lYmnd that ineasufe i) feet as they lay exten
ded on the ground, and im'W the const 20 in
length of saw-logs have been t::kcti from a tree
vu more than one occasion. Fur and spruce
ran up, s!re-Vike, furthest among the clouds,
never throwing out any large lateral branches.
The manner of felling spruce timber is some
what peculiar. With a large auger, a hole it
bored through the green standing tree, or two
hules so bored meet within the white or sap part
uf the wood. Then a cole of fire is put into the
hu!c. i'hc 'k-aught of air sets it to burning, and
in from six to twelve hours, accoJ-dir-g to the
tie of the tree, it falls, with little or mi je
waste of wood, than would be used by ai axe
man. It is then butted ami cut up with a saw.
Thus fifteen minutes with nn auger does the
vurk of a half or two-thirds of a day with an axe.
Tomb of A'nltiiiit oil's Mother.
A correspe nut i;t of the Lowell C'f-uricr, wri
uiig from Virginia, says that while in Frcdricks
.iirg, which was for some time the resilience of
Washington while a young man, r.nd where be
;.s made a Mason, he had the curiosity to ex.
Miihte the house in which Washington lived. It
is a capacious brick edifice, in most excellent
impair, and though untenanted now, bids fairf
with proper oversight, to last sound for many
years. The ceilings and walls are adorned with
elaborate stucco work, the strways wide -and
i!i; halls very commodious, lftk of the lrouse
is the tomb of Washington's in-xher, which is in
a sadly neglected and dilapidated condition,
tor some reasou or other, it has never been fin-
Led, a part of the marble lying in a rough
ttaie not ten feet from the foundation on which
-t should rest, and thus in the very birth State
'f the immortal Washington, constant dishonor
1D1 disrespect are shown the sacred ashes of his
mother, Her tomb is unfinished to this day.
Mr. Clay in Favor of Mr. Fillmore.
The New York Express has been permitted to
copy the following extract from a private letter,
addressed ly the Hoc Henry Clay to a friend in
. You rightly understood me in ex
l.r?s"ln8a reference for Mr. Fillmore as the
"big candidate for the Presidency. This I did
before I left home, and have frequently here in
rnvate intercourse, since my arrival at Washing
ton. I cai-e not how generally the fact may be
Federally known, but I should not deem it Tight
o publish any formal avowal of that preference
un-Jermy own signature in the newspapers.
fcooh a course would subject me to imputation of
-"rpvsaig that my opinions possessed more
fc'ght with the public than I apprehend they
M .J foundation of my preference is, that
.. '"-more has administered the Executive
'ernment with success and ability. He has
cn tried and found true, faithful, honest and
cscientious. I wish to say nothing in deroga
tuaoa from jiiB eniincnt competitors. They
t aTe botu rendered great services to their coun-
Th ne m the nelJ' tbe other in e cabinet.
s e,m'8lt possibly administer the government
I . .eU aa Mr. Fillmore has done. But then
uher of them has been tried. He has been
I th- the elcvated position he now holds, and
rt t"1 at rrudence and wisdom had better
, rai.n "S from makiDg any change without a
rercefy17 fF itthc Ciistencc of which I do not
atn truly your friend a.nd obedient servant,
teg WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHER
RY imparts new vigor to Vital action, and relieves
the system by opening the pores of the skin, and
promoting the secretion of mucous matter. Its
action is sudorific, sedative and expectorant, by
opening the pores, allaying irritation, and by
rendering the expulsion of mucous matter easv.
Those who take the Balsam will feel immedi
ate relief from the distressing irritations that
accompany affections of the respiratory organs.
The pores, have been closed, the Balsam opens
them, The Lungs- suffer from irritation, the ir-
riiauon is sooiiuM ; tn-e pulse is violent aTid fever
ish, they are softened, and the mucous membrane
is relieved of its engorgement with rapidity ap.d
ease. All by the use of this delightful remedy.
Sec advertisement in another column.
I have been suffering and under the hands of
physicians for these last four years and had lost
already all hopes, for my evil was generally jro
nonnced an affection of the lungs or consuinp
tian. At last I was advised to consult the Ger
man physician of Carrolltown. He after a care
ful examination, declared I had an aposteme in
the region of the lungs, outwardly not to be per
ceived, and if I would submit to an operation he
hoped he could cure nie. After I had agreed he
made a large incision in my chest, out of which
at least two quarts of a brownish matter of a
very disagreeable smell were discharged. After
sonic applications, and the use of some medicine
1 was in the course of two weeks restored to mv
full llP:lltll Willi WI'l'Ls nft.is-itl tii t' citot
, was attacked by a severe nervous fever and ev-
i ..... i
I i i y one uespaireu oi uer ine, but the same phy
sician, J..-er,h Eberstaller, of Carrolltown. resto
red her to complete health. Both of us therefore
owe this gentleman, next to God, life and health,
aud this is written to give him publicly a testi
monial of our gratitude.
April 1st, 1852.
.Whereas my wife Mai y has left my bed and
board without just cause or provocation, the pub
lic is hereby notified that I will pay no debts
contracted bv her after this date.
Sumincrhill tp. April 1st, 1852.-21 Ct
Valuable l"roperly Tor Sale.
Two lots of ground in the borough of Blairs--ville,
a-ijoining the M. E. Church, and near the
depot of the branch Railroad, on which are
erected a two storv hrwk dwelliii'.- hnnsp w-nvli i
lons, snioko bouse, .--table and all necessary!
out buildings. I here is a well of exccIIeHt wa
ter, and a g od selection of fruit trees on the
i II . 1 1 A - . I il . , - .
-us'1, .L-u-nu lots unjoining me aoove pio-
perty on the east side, now in grass and suitable '
lor meadow or pasture, ihe above will be sold
separately or together as may suit purchasers.
1 f l- i . ... n.'l Ka riv.n ' l...n . . 1 w. ... ...
. . c , . ,. .
i!;lt f.T :n p I it.c nibrntMtil
. . ,
For fui-ther pnrtk-ulars iuuire of D. W.Lewis
or J. B. Crai-jT. Ebenr-burg. ('aniViria Co., l'a.
ALEXANDER TII-OMl'SOX, .1wr.
April 1, 18;2 24--3m.
'i'hc Apalachian will please copy three months
and send bill to this office.
Bv virtue f a writ of Venn. Expon. issued
' out of the Court of Common Fleas of Cambria
County, and to nie directed, there will be ex
posed to sale on the premises hi the Borough of
Johnstown, Cambria County, on Saturday, the
27th day of March next, at one o'clock V. M.
All the right, title ami interest of Charles G.
I'liythin-n, of, in and to a lot of Ground situate
in the Borough of Johnstown, Cambria County,
fronting mi Linton Street, adjoining lot of Cyrus
Ruby on the East, and Basman Alley on the
Wt-s, having thereon erected a two story frame
house, arnl frame office, and frame stable, woodj
ai:d coal house, now in the occupaucy of Robert
P. Linton and William Areutrue.
Taken in execution, and to be soU At the suit
of Jeremiah S. Black.
JOHN BRAWLEY, Sheriff.
Feb. 21, 1852. 1J.
The above sale has been adjourned until Mon-
; day, April 5th, at which time the foregoing pro
perty wia be sold at the Court House, m Lbens-bui-g.
Letters testamentary on the Estate of Abra
ham Wiland, late of Richland Township, de
cease'!, have been granted to the subscriber
all persons indebted to said estate will riake
payment to hvr; and those haTkclaiiirs against
it, will pk-aso jicescTit them pToperlv authenti
cated for settlement. FRANCES WILAND.
March 18, 1852 22-Ct.
Iiist of tt'atiscs
Put down for Trial at a Court of Common
Please, to be heUl at Ebensburg, in and for the
County of Cambria, the first Monday of April
McGuirc vs McGuires heirs
Young's Assignee vs Cock
Ream et al v Crum et al
Fritz vs Lillou
Rh.-y vs Crum
Tys..ii vs Dilloii
(Vetiu s Couwuy
Linton vs Gates
T re Its vs Rogers
Cruiu vs Smay
Marshal vs lrvin
Bimond et al vs Slick
Conrad vs Cretin
McNeal vs Same
Carter vj Bingham
Miller's use vs Dillon
Crum vs Yarner
Lewis v Newman
Ellis vs Stewart
Ewalt - vs Linton et al
Huey vs Long ct al
Same vs Same
Eaylor vs Glass
Hoffman vs Murphy
White's vs Singer
Buchanan vs Todd et al
Same vs Same
Riflle vs Robison et al
Layton vs Ellis
Wilson vs Brawley et al
Garbers Adm vs Palmer
It. L. JOHNSTON, Prothonotary.
Prothonotarys Office Feb. 25th, 1852.
Sy Valley Wreath & Crusader please copy.
John Parker. James H. Parker.
JOH PARKER & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, de alers in Flour and Bacon,
Foreign Wine3 and Brandies, Old Monongahela
and Rectified Whiskey.
No. 5, Commercial Row, Liberty Street,
March, 11, 1852. ly.
Scfflemeiils and Monej- Wanted.
The books of Davis & Buchanan, and those
of Milton Roberts & Co., have been left with the
undersigned for eollecti&n. All persons indebted
to either the aboce firms will save costs by cal
ling immediately and settling their accounts.
RICHARD JONES, Justice.
Ebensburg, March 25, 1852. 23-3 1
rA -Kegs assorted nails for sale at the store of
GEO. J. RODGEKS.
Wr. II. HUDSON'S
. '-1 -SlV
-l. -5 r c --
AND JEWELRY STORE,
One Door East of the Sentinel Office.
N. B. Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry repaired
at shortest notice, and warranted.
Sept. 26, 1800. 51
MICUAEL D.W 31ACEIIAX,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa,
Office in the Court House, up stairs.
January 1, 18-31. ly
E. HUTCH IASO.V, Jit.,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Office on High street, opposite Thompson's
January 1, 1851. ly
Attorney at Law, Ehensburg, 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
SAMITL V. V IX 1I1I,
Attorney at Law, Ehensburg, Pa.
Will practice in the several Courts cf 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, 1831 ly.
GLOKCIl 31. IlB.i:i,
Attorney at Law, Ebonsburg, Pa.
Will practice in the several Courts of Cambria,
Indiana, and Westmoreland counties. Office a
few doors East of Carmon's Hotel.
Jan. 15, 1851. ly.
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Offick at his residence at the vest end of the
Borough, immediately beknv ike 'Foundry."
i . -
.January !, !..
Tiio.iiis c. ji'iowi:l.i.,
Attorney at Law, Hollidaysburg, Pa.
Will attend the several Courts of Cambria!
county, as heretofore. Office one door west of
Wm. McFarhmd s cabinet wareroom.
January 1, 1851. ly
t'l'Rl'S L.. ii:itsni.,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown, Pa.
January 3, 1851. ly
t. i.. iii:vi:k.
Attorney at Law, Johnstown, Pa.
Office on Main street, two doors east of the
March VI, 1851. ly
IUC1IAKI) JO MS,
Justice of the Peace, Ebensburg, Pa.,
Will attend promptly to all collections entrus
ted to his care Office, adjoining his dwelling.
Decern. 21, 1851. 11-tf.
AA'DItClf o.oi c;nr,
Justice of the Peace, and Scrivener, Summit, Pa
Will attend promptly to collections, or other
Wsuicfcu entrusted to him. Legal instruments
of writing, drawn with accuracy aud dispatch.
January 1, 1851.
LEWIS W. IlltOW.V,
Fashionable Barber and Hair Dresser.
Two doors west of G. J. Rodgers' stt.re.
Ebensburg, May 1, 1851. ly.
N. B. Shampooing done, -and razors honied in
a superior manner.
U A X K I A ; HO V S U,
BRYAN, GLE1M & CO.
FFICE on Allegheny street, nearly opposite
the Post Office. Hollidavsburg, Pa.
Interest will be paid ou money deposited, as
Three month deposits, at the rate of 3 per
cent per annum ; six mouth deposits, at the late
of 3A percent per annum; nine month iepesits
at the rate of 4 per cent per annum , twelve
month deposits, at the rate of 41 per 3ent per
Drafts on the cities, frale iR euiii to suit
the purchasers, and collections made upon any
poifct -at low rates.
A-ug-Kst 8, 185. 44-tf
ONCE MORE and for the Last Time.
Am all persons indebted informed that the
booke -of Ike late rm bf Litjingcs- & "iVdd are
in the hfcada of the subscriber for settlement
and collection ; therefore, those who do not call
and settle before or during the April Court, will
after that time, find their accounts in the hands
of the proper officers for collection.
Ebensburg, March 4th, 1852. 20-Gt.
Valuable I'ropertj' Cor .Sale.
The subscriber being anxious to Hkpose of
part of his Real Eetate in Cambria county, offers
for sale the following property, to wit :
The " Mullen hill " farm, situate on the turn
pike road about 2J miles east of Ebensburg,
containing 150 acres, 000 acres of which are
cleared; a good vein of coal runs through this
Also, a tract of land, situate 1J miles west of
Ebensburg containing 130 acres, adjoining lands
of Rev. T. McGirr, deceased, Alex. McVicker
and others. This tract is well timbered and well
adapted for meadow. The Jefferson and Ebens
burg Plank Road will pass through it : this tract
will be sold in ten acre lots, more or less, to ac
Also, a tract of land, situate about five miles
north-west from Ebensburg, containing 350
acres. This tract is well timbered, with a large
branch of the Blaeklick passing through it, and
an excellent site for a grist aud saw-mill on it,
Also, several other tracts of land, situate in
the townships of Allegheny, Washington. Sum
merhill and Carroll, two of which are situate
near the rortage Railroad due east from the foot
of riane No. 4 ; and one tract adjoining lauds
of Mr. Bradley, at the head of Burgoon's Gap,
a short distance from the Central Railroad.
Also, several lots in the Borough of Ebens
burg; ajso, a lot in said borough on which are
erected a stone dwelling house, stable, spring
house and office, now ia the occupaocy of Mr.
Also, several 6juares of two acre out lots ad
joining the Ca-tholie Church.
The foregoing property will be sold on rea
sonable terms and sufficient time given for pay
ment. For further information apply to the
Ebensburg, March 25, 1852. 23-4t.
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ih:m, joii.stox, jack & co.
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Deposit, Discount, and Exchange,
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It II 11 V
Levi Matthews. "William Ebbs
, JIATTIIEVf S & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS and Cotmition
Merchants, Dealers in all kinds of Produce jind
Pittsburg Manufactures, No. 77 and 79 Water
April 3, 1851. Gin
Noe. 41 and 43 North Third Street, Philadelphia.
undersigned respectfully begs leave to
state that he has thoroughly refiMed and impro
ved the above Establishment in a manner unsur
passed by any Hotel in the conntrv.
The location of the City Hotel is" undoubtedly
the most desirable in the City, for Merchant;
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
he may receive a share of public patroimge.
A. II. HIRST.
April 21th 1851. ly
J1R AIVS HOTEL,
MA J. JOHN BEADY, Proprietor.
April 10, 1851. ly
JAMES UlSsEL. ABMEIt OX.
Itl SSEt. & VOX,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS and SHOES, No, 7 North Fourth St.,
Four doors above Market, second story,
December 11, 1851. 9-0ni.
Chestnut street, between 7th and 8th streets,
A. F. GLASS, PcoruiETon.
April 10. 1851. ly
Chestnut Street, opposite the State House,
AMBROSE J. WHITE, Proprietor.
April 10, 1851. ly
HARKIS, HALE, &. CO.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, No. 201 Mar
ket Street, one door above rifth, north side,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
In Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Med
icines, Surgical and Obstetrical Instruments,
Druggists' Glassware, Window Glass, Paints,
Oils, Dyes, Perfumery, ic. kc,
John Harris, AT D. John .V. Hale.
J. Shartuood. E. JJ. Orbison.
April 24th 1851. ly
J. B. Miles, at
MACIIETTE i KAIGI'EL,
Importers and dealers in foreign and Domestic
ARD WARE and CUTLERY, No. 124 North
E. V. MACIIETTE, ABM. II. RAIGLEL.
April 24th 1851. ly
FRA.KL1. I'LATT Ai CO.,
Wholesale Grocers and Liquor Merchants,
No. 43 North "Water Street, Philadelphia.
April 24th 1851. ly
ISAAC -M. ASUTO.V,
Wholesale dealer in HATS and CAPS, No
172 Market Street,
April 10, 1851. ly
( OSIl ll) S. 1VALTOX,
Wholesale dealers in Hardware, Cutlery,
,yc. No. 203 Market Street, above atn,
April 10, 1851. ly
WILSO & WEST,
Successors to Rodneys,
Wholesale dealers in Boots and Shoes, Bonnet
and Stratc Good, No 17, North 3d Street,
April 10, 1851. ly
3IICIIAEE WAllTMAX & CO.,
Wholesale Tobacco, Snuff", and Seyar Manufac
tory, No. 173, North Third Street, three doors
M. WiRTMAN, JUStni v. run, tit..
April 24, 1851. ly
EGEI1 & GREGG,
Wholesale dealers in Wines and Liquors, which
they are prepared to furnish cheap to merchants
and hotel keepers. Warehouse 208 Market St.
July 1st, 1851. ly
DR. THOMAS C. HIMI.VG,
South-west corner of 7th and Race streets,
April 20, 1840. tf
JOH.V Y. RlSIITO,
Wholesale dealer in Queenstrare, Chinaware,
GUisi?Jrr, j-, No- 215 Market Street,
April 10, 1851. ly
J. Patton Thompson, at
JOSEPH S. 31 EDA R A & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Eortiyn
and Domestic Fancy DRY-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, )
P. IE MEDARA, PHILADELPHIA.
E. M. JONES. j
Sept 18, 1851.
W. J. Kealsh, at
SELLERS, SITER & CO.,
135 Market Street,
Dealers in Hosiery, Gloves, Combs, Brushes
Looking-glasses, &c. 10-ly
.1. DIcEEH ARE,
155 Market Street, N. E. Corner of 4th,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in all of the
various new kinds and styles silk, fur, brush,
wool, Panama, straw and chip Hats ; silk, straw,
braid ami lace Bonnets; artificial flowers, furs,
&c, which will be sold cheaper than the cheap
est. Feb. '52, 19-ly-
I4XEEDEER & FEATHER,
Wholesale dealers in Boots, Shoes, Bonnets,
and falm Leaf Hats, No. 13G North Third Street
(opposite the Eagle Hotel,)
February 2G, 1S52. ly
Letters of Administration on the estate of An
drew Todd late of the Borough of Summitville,
Cambria County, deceased, having been granted
to the -undersigned by the Register of said Coun
ty, all persons indebted to said estate arc hereby
notifieel to make payments without delay, and
those having claims to present them prcpcrly
authenticated for settlement.
WM, K1TTF.LL, Adm'r,
Ebensburg, March 12th. 1852. 22-tit.
'ZSSSm"u-m' 11 "J-m&&$TJ?ri-Li mam iiii
BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY,
THE BEST REKEDY EVER KNOWN
To vmn for Covy.s, Asthma, Colds Croup, Bron
chitis, Influenza, Bleidmy ff the Lungs, Jhljlcvl
ty of Breathing, Licer Af .ll.u; 1'ain or ti eal
ncs cf the Breast or Side, J'ni stagt if C'on
svntjition, j . In short this Balsam it jxruluir
ly adapted to every disease ef the Lungs a,d Lit er,
which is produced in our ever-varying climate.
WILD CHERRY has long been known to pos
sess important medicinal properties. This fact
is familiar to every matron in our land, and phy
sicians often prescribe it in different forms lor a
variety of complaints. Tar, also, has been equally
noted for its virtues; and some physicians, whofce
names are familiar to the whole country, have
gone so far as to declare that even COA SUMI'
TIOX could be cured by that alone. In other
hands, again, it was nearly valueless, owing, no
doubt, to their ignorance in preparing and ad
ministering it a difficulty now entirely obviated
by patient experiment and long experience.
The extraordinary medicinal powers of these
two substances are now, fur the first time com
bined and embodied in Dr. Wistar's Balsam cf
Wild Cherry. By a nice chemical process, every
thing deleterious or useless is rejected, so that
what remains is the most extraordinary and truly
efficacious remedy for all kinds of pulmoowy.and
liver diseases ever known to man. To convince 1
all unbelievers that our theory Is really true, wo
refer to a few cases of cures performed by thii ;
wonderful medicine : - -
ANOTHER ASTONISHING CCRE ! '
E. Kalb, a highly respectable merchant x
Rushvillc, Fairfield county, Ohio, scut us the
following voluntary tribute to
"DR. W1STAB S BALSAM OF W1LI CHEERY.
R.ushville, Fairfield co., O, April 6, 151.
Mr. J. D. Park Dear Sir: I wish to' state to
you that my daughter, Amanda, aged sixteen
years, had, about a year since, a very severe at
tack of measles, which reduced her very much.
and left her with a racking cough. I employed
all of the physicians within our reach for the
purpose of removing her cough, but without
success. She appeared to be suiting into a ue
cline, with every symptom of consumption.
I then tried Dr. "Rogers Liverwort ami iar.
But this aggravated her cough, and gave her sy in
terns of a still more malignant character. I wa
nowmost seriously alarmed, and it was with trem
bling fear that I from day to day, saw the pro
gress of that insatiable disease, consumption.
I really despaired of my daughter's recovery.
But I providentially saw the certificate of Jona
than Coulson, whose daughter, '-Sarah Jane,"
was cured of consumption by mtar s t.alsam
of Wild Cherry;'' this created a faint hope that
it might help my daughter, and I immediately
commenced using it, and it almost instantly ga e
relief, her health was improved irem tne nrst
bottle, and bv the use of two bottles of '-Wistar's
Balsam of Wild Cherry," she was restored to
perfect health, and she is not now at all predis
posed to a cough.
I will say to all that are affiicted with any dis
ease tending to consumption, do not despair, for
Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry will cure
you, if you will but try it. E KALB.
The genuine Wistar's Balsam of Wild Chorry
has a fac simile of the signature of Henry Wis
tar, M. D. Philadelphia, and "Sanford &: Park"
on a finely executed steel engraved wrapper.
No other can be genuine.
Er Price 1 per bottle six bottles for 5.
Sold by J. D. PARK. Cin., Ohio,
North-east cor., of Fourth and Walnut sts. en
trance on Walnut to whom all orders ii!Ut
AGENTS. John Ivory & Son, Summit: Mur
ray & Zahm, Ebensburg: Mary Orr, Hollidays
burg; R. Shaw. Clearfield; Hildelrand & Co.,
Indiana: John Scott, Cold Spring; J. Patton,
Arril 3d 1S51. ly.
DUFF'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE.
N. E. Corner of third and Market Streets.
Established in 1840. Now incorporated bv the
Legislature of Pennsylvania with Collegiate
Powers and Privileges.
Faculty. President, 1. DUFF, Professor of
Book-keeping and Commercial Sciences.
N. B. HATH, Esi., Professor 'of Mercantile
JOHN D. WILLIAMS, the most accomplish
ed penman west of the mountains, Trofessor of
Upwards of 18 rears 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 in the country, and all who as
pire to the highest rank as accountants are re
quested to call and examine his credentials from
upwards of one h undred Bankers, Merchants and
Accountants in this city, as also the emphatic
recommendations of the American Institute,
the Chamber of Commerce an-1 many of tha
leading Merchants, Bankers and Bank Officers
of the city of New York, appended to his North
American Accountant, aud Western Steamboat
For terms apply to P. Duff at the College.
May 20, 1851 30-ly.
Commission and Eorivardingr.
After the lGth inst., we will be obliged to pay
renua. Railroad Co. freights upon the delivery
of merchandise ; therefore, persons receiving
goods by that line will p .y us the freight before
the goods are taken away. The same rule will
be observed with canal freight when we have to
pay on delivery. Bills lading should always be
lunushed us to avoid losses oi packages. Here
after we will charge the following commissions :
SJ cents per 100 lbs., on all goods left in our
care ou side track; 5 cents per 100 lbs. when
we handle or store goods, cr check Ihem off and
receipt for them. Goods remaining in warehouse
over ten days will pay extra storage. On nil
freight not paiil when goods are taken away, we
will charge three per cent, for collecting.
All outstanding amounts due r.s as freights
ice would like to have paid immediately.
J. IVORY & SON.
Summit, March 11, 1852.
NEW STORE AT THE OLD STANDI!
HE subscriber has opened at the well known
store room, formerly occupied bv Johnston
Moore, a general and well .selected assort
ment of new goods, consisting cf everything
that is generally kept in country stores, which
have leeu purchased in such a way as te enable
him to sell as cheap if not cheaper than any
other in the country. Those not satisfied c f t he
truth of this, can call aiid see for themselxcs.
In making his bote once more to Ids friends, he
assures them that he will char-re them nothing
for seeing his gooels; come and examine for
Cash and country prodiu e taken in exclmngo
for goods. WILLLVM DAVIS.
November 20th, 1851.
rust received by J. Moore, Z doi best double
price paid for wool at the store
GEO. J. RODGERS.