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iSlierlfl "s Sales.
Br virtue of sundry writs of -Yen. Exponas,
Uud out of the Court of Common l'lcas of
tlambria County, and to me directed, there will
fce exposed to sale, at the Court House, m the
Borou-h of Ebensburg, Cambria County, on
Monday, the 5th day of April next, atl o'clock,
Ul 'thc right, title and interest of John Linton,
o f irr,, 1111,1 situate in
ough of Johnstown, in Cambria county, tfl""
on the public suuare, auionuii.u,
Uhews and George S. King, namS
;ted a two story frame house and frame kUt li
uttached, now in the occupancy of toe said
Taken in execution
ind to be sold at the suit
of Ihirvev Childs and Asa
1 CLilds, trading
udr the lirni of Childs & Co.
All the right, title and interest of Geo. Gates
of in and to a tract of land situate in Conemaugh
township, Cambria county, surveyed on . war
rant in name of John Steel, adjoining lands ot
Jonas Toder, James St. Clair, and others, con
fining three hundred and eighteen acres, be the
eume more or less, unimproved.
Taken in execution and to be sold at the suit
of James Shannon, for use of YYhliani lleam.
All the right, title and interest of Peter Dough
erty, of, in and to one and a half lo.s of ground,
situate in the Borough of Summitville, Cambria
county, fronting on "the Allegheny Portage Kail
Road adjoining lot of "William S. Campbell on
the south, and lot of Hugh Storm on the north,
having thereon erected a two story frame house,
and frame kitchen attached, and a frame stable,
now in the occupancy cf said Peter Dougherty.
Taken in execution and to be sold at the suit
of Jane S. Dunlap. for use of II. J. Dunlap, now
fur use of Robert Black.
All the rmht. tittle and interest of John Car-
lin, of, in and to a lot of ground situate in the
town of Minister, Washington township, Cam
bria county, adjoining lot of "William Carlin on
the East, and lot of Augustine Durbin on the
west, fronting on the turnpike road on Main st.,
having thereon erected a two story log house
(weather boarded) and frame kitchen unoccu
pied. Taken in execution and to be sold at the suit
of T. Barnes.
All the right, title and interest of David T.
.torm, of, in and to a tract of land situate in
Washington township, Cambria county, warran
ted in the name of John Ebernau abjoiuing
land warrsnted in the name of Robert Irwin, and
Ieaac Erenmeu and others containing five hun
dred acres more or less, unimproved.
Taken in execution and to be sold at the suit
f Cambria countv.
All the right, title and interest of Thomas
Todd, of, in ami to four lots of ground situate
in the Borough of Ebensburg, and known on
flan of said lJorotigh by the numbers lol, 1C2,
03, and 104, having thereon erected a two story
frame house an I a frame stnble now in the oc
cupancy of the said Thomas Todd.
Taken in execution and to be sold it the suit
of Johnston Moore, surviving partner . f the late
firm of S. Ik. 3. Moore.
All the right, title and interest of Daniel Pi
rnond. of. iu and to a piece or parcel of land
bituate in Summerhill township, Cambria county,
adjoining lands of Jacob W. Slick, Amos Ellis
and others, containing forty acres, more or less
about twenty-three acres of which are cleared.
having thereon erected a one story newel log
house and log stable, now in the occupancy of
the said David Dimond, and a Lewed log house
and a Cabin stable in the oecupany of Surah
Taken in execution and to be eold at the suit
c-f James Murrray for the use aforesaid.
All the right, title and interest cf James Iloss
of, in and to three certain tracts of land situate
on the waters of Clearfield creek in Clearfield
township. Cambria countv. warranted in the
names of James Burns, James M'Guire, and
William Burns, the tract warranted in th
name of William Burns, containing three hun
dred and thirty-three acres and forty-four per
ches, more or less, about twelve acres of which
arc cleared, having thereon erected a double
sawmill, a one and a-ha!f story frame house, a
plank house, and two log stables now in the oc
cupancy of John Earhart, also, a saw mill, n
cabin house and log stable, weather boarded.)
now in the occupancy of Simon J. Wcakhtnd,
and a cabin house now in the occupancy of
James Weakland. The tract warranted in the
name of James M'Guire, containg three hundred
and eighty-three acres and sixty perches, more
or less, about ten r.rces of which arc cleared,
having thereon erected a log house and log barn
now in the occupancy of Peter .Hums; and the
tract warranted in the name of James Burns,
containing three hundred and ninety-one acres,
and one hundred and thirteen perches, more or
Taken in execution and to be sold at the suit
of Rich. Scanlan, Exector of Henry J. M'Guire,
All the right, title and interest of James Sharp
of, in and to two lots of ground situate in the
Borough of Johnstown, Cambria county, fronting
on Yiue street, being five rods on said street, ad
joining lots of Charles Ellis and Levi B. Cohiek,
and known on the plan of said Borough by num
bers 102, ll):J, having thereon erected "a two
story plank house and plunk kitchen attached,
a slaughter house and soap factory attached,
now in tne occupancy of the said James Sharp.
Also, all the right, title and interest of James
Sharp, of, in and to a certain lot of ground sit
uate in the Borough of Johnstown extended.
Cambria county, and known on Kern's plan of
aaid lorougn t.y the number fronting Som
erset street, adjoining lot of Kern & Gorgns, and
running en said street to an alley, having th re
on erected a one and a half story plank house,
now in tho occupancy of Hiram Myers. Also,
all the right, title ami interest of James Sharp,
of, in and to a pieco of land situate in Cono
maugh township, Cambria comity, adjoining
lanos ot J-.ltjah .Marsh, lvlml.oro Smith, and
others, containing sixiy-fbur acres, be the same
more or less, unimproved.
Takce in execution and to be sol i at the suit
of Levi B. Cohick.
N. 15. The Sheriir has made the following the
eomntions ot tne above sales, vu : one fourth of
the purchase money on each sale to be paid at
the timo the property is struck down when the
sale amounts to otu and upwards, under $5X),
und more than $100, tho one third, under $100,
and more than $50, the one half, less than $50,
the whole amount ; otherwise the property will
immodiately again be put up for sale: and no
Deed will be presented for acknowledgement,
unless the balance of the purchase money be
paid before the follow in? Court.
JOHN ERAWLEY, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Ebensburg,
March 11, 1S52. j
A Sure Tiling.
Suits will be instituted against all persons in
debted to the subscriber, by bond, note, or book
account immediately after April Court. Those
indebted to the subscriber for Professional ser
vices, or to the lata firm of Cox & Johnston, by
bearing this in mind may save costs.
ROBERT L. JOHNSTON.
March 11, 1852. 21-5t.
l3 YaHey Wreath and Cruaader p!eae copy.
.,,; mnii.r .JJ '.'JMfclV.
The subscriber would respectfully Inform his
friends and customers, that he has received and
is now opening, at the store room formerly oc
cupied by Richard Lewis, dcc-M., a large onu
general assortment of goods, consisting in part
RY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
Oucensware, Hats, np s, Boots, Shoes, &c, all
of which he is determined to sell low either for
cash or approved country produce. lie solicit
examination of his stock, and is confident he
can sell cheaper than the cheapest.
GLO. J. KOBGERS.
J lay 8, 1851
WTT7 v lr undersigned, havo this day asso
V ciated with ourselves, in the Mercantile
business, kc. JOHN MURRAY, Es-i
style of the firm will hereafter bo
all in v Co.
May 10, 1851.
I5c!ajs me daugrcrcus!
A LL persons indebted to the subscribers,
1A. are once more requested to call and settle
their accounts, and give their notes, it they
cannot discharge their claims, as wc are ex
tremely anxious to close our Books, now of
tlsrcc years standing. Should this notice be
neglected this time, we will be compelled to
leave their accounts iu the hands of a Justice
May 15, 1851 31-tf.
Xc-iv ansl C'lieap owls!!
The subscriber has received at his store room
in the Borough of Loretto, a large and splendid
stock of fall and winter goods, which he is de
termine 1 to sell at very reduced prices.
His ttoek consists in part of cloths, plain and
fancy cassimeres, satinetts, tweed-, overcoating,
French, German, and English morinos, Bay State
ami other long shawls, cashmeres, de laines,
plaids, ginghams, prints, muslins, linens, &c.
Hats. ears. boots, and shoes oi an Kiuua ana
sizes. Hardware queensw are, books and station
ary, paints, oil;-, drugs and patent medicines.
Also a well selected stocK ct groceries, nsu, iai,
tobacco, and salt by the barrel.
Produce cf all kinds taken in exchange lor
goods, and cash always welcome. Remember it
you wajit bargains to call at the place where
goods will be sold cheap. 1. MULLS.
i.oretto, .Nov. i.i, icvx.
All persons interested are hereby notified that
the following Administration accounts have been
allowed and filed in the Register's Othee of Cam
bria countv, and w ill be presented for confirma
tion to the" Orphan's Court to be held at Ebens
burg, in an d for sai 1 county, on Monday, the
5th dav of April next :
The'aecouut of Thorn a Todd, Administrator
do bonis non of the Estate of David Todd, dec d
The account of Jacob Burgoon, acting Admi
nistrator of the Estate of John Gardner, dec d.
TIip acvmnt of James FeCan. Executor of the
last will and testament of Peter Fcgan, dee'd.
The account of Geoige M. Lane and Henry
Kratzer. Executors of the last will and testament
of Robert McDowell, dee'd.
The account of Ann Henry (late Ann Webster)
A.lmii.istriitrir of the the Er-trtte of William
The supplemental account of Hosanna Bradley
Administratrix of the Estate of William Bradley,
The account of John Major and Augustine
M'Connell, Administrators of Henry Lovely,
The account of Jacob Simrer and John Rob
ert Administrat-.-ra of the Ert.tte of David
The final account of George W. Easly and
Thomas Ouinn. Administrator cum testaniento
armexo of the Estate of Michael Kelly, dee'd.
The account of Patrick MeDunn, Administra
tor of the Estate of Edward Bailey, dec 1.
The account of James McBermit and John
McMullen, Administrators of theEbtatc of James
R. L. JOHNSTON, Register.
Register's Office, March 'J, 1S52.
The subscriber iuforms the citizens of Cambria
county tlmt he has opened a store at the Summit,
next do r to the post office, where he will keep
on hand a larcre and extensive assortment of
Tt-v.ly mile i-loth'vg, consisting of over coats
sack.', ban'ups, vests, pantaloon, shirts, Yc., o
all sorts and sizes, made in the latest style and
most approved manner. Also on hand a large
selection of boots, shoes, hats, Caps, Sic. These
goods he is determined to sell low for cash, aud
he is persuaded that he can outsell the cheapest
Call an l see the goods.
Summitville, Oct. 30, 1S51. 0m.
NEW SHOE STORE!
Persons wishing to purchase Shoe:, Boots and
f-i:ppcrs, nt low prices, will find it to their ai
vantage to call at the nnr nhi g're lour doors
east of Milton Robert's Hotel, where they will
find a large and wed selected stock of Ladies
French and American Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
and also en's and Boys' Boots and Shoes.
Boots uud shoes made to order in the neatest
and best manner.
JONES & THOMAS.
Ebensburg, Oct. 23, 18512-tf
Vi'e hare oome to the determination to Pell
goods at rnah irri, without putting on any ex
tra profit ns an offset for bad debts. Any per
son dealing with us on credit, will receive a
pass-book, except when we have a different un
derpin ling, and will expoct 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 basinea-J in this manner, we hope
to sell more goods, and at cheaper rates. To
those who purchase for ciuh wo will always
make a difference of six per oent., excopt fiour
and bacou, which must always bo uett caoh,
without credit to any one.
JOHN IVORY & SON.
Suiamit, November 20, 1851.
Tiii; la nut Infuu !
We want money, particularly that which hat'
been due for some timo. Will those indebted to
us please call and settle their accounts during
this month and pay us all they can. Our books
must bo settled, and until they are, we must po
sitivcly refuse to add any thing more to long
standing accounts. Experience proves that in
doing a credit business, if you leave accounts
run over six months or a year, Unit there is diffi
culty in settling.
The books of tho former firms of J. Ivory and
J. Ivory & Co., will be left in the hands of an
officer for collection by the 1st April, if thoao
in lob tod do not cull and pay their aoeounta by
JOHN IVORY Sl SON.
Summit, March 11, 1652. If.
50 Kegs of Nails on huud, and for sale by
J. IVORY & SON.
Duncanuoii nails, glass 8 by 10 and 10 bp, 12
salmon and mackcral at J. MOORE'S
Youth n.nd Manhood. A vigorous life, or a
E&JiiStcIiii on Self Preservation.
ONLY 25 CENTS.
This Book, just published, is filled with useful
information, cn the infirmities and diseases of
the Generative Organs. It addresses itself alike
to Youth, Manhood and Old Age. To all who
apprehend or suffer under the dire consequences
of early or prolonged indiscretions to all who
feel the exhaustive effects of sedentary and
baneful habits to all who in addition to decli
ning physical energy, arc the victims of nervous
and mental debility, and of moping and melan
choly despondency. Dr. K. would say
READ Till H BOOK.
The valuable advice and impressive warning
it gives, will prevent years of misery and suffer
ing, and save annually Thousands of Lives.
Parents by reading it, will learn how to pre
vent the destruction of their children.
A remittance of 25 cents, enclosed in a
letter, prepaid, addressed to Dr. Kiukelin, N. W".
corner of Third and Union Streets, between
Spruce and Pine, Pliiladelphia, will ensure a
book, under envelope, per return of mail.
He who places himself under the care of Dr.
K., may religiously eoiifido in his honor as a gen
tle-man, and confidently rely upon Lis skill as a
Persons at a distance may address Dr.
K. by letter, (postpaid) and be cured at home.
Packages of medicines, directions, &lc, for
warded, hy sending a remittance, sjid put up
secure from damage or curiosity.
July 31, 1H51.-Iy.
Great Attraction and Cheap Bargains ! !
The undersigned respectfully irform the citi
zens of Summitville, and vicinitv. that ther
nave just received irom Philadelphia and New
i one, a large ana well selected assortment o
of the latest and most fashionable stylee, con
sisting of a large and well selected aesortmen
of Dry Good, Made up Clothing, Hutu, Caps
Boots and ut, BcrtuU and Palm Leaf Hats, a
large and ejtemnr-e aaeortnititt of hardware.
Quitntware, Lookina Glajsses. Clock arui TAouorx
of all kind. Also a heavy stock of Groceries,
Drugs, and a variety of all other articled needed
in a country store, all of which thev will well
exceedingly cheap for cah or iu exchange for
approvea country produce.
l lease remember the rew btore and give us
a call, as we feel sanguine that our prices and
quality of goods will be an indueemeet to per
sons who want bargains. Good goods and
moderate profits is our motto, hji.1 w n,t,,;.h-r
it no trouble to show truods. iish T.iii :1 IV. r
JAS. M'COLGAN & CO.
JAr. M'COLOAS, I'ETfcR JMA'OUKHTY.
Summit June 20, 1851 o7-ly.
I0 OT 1AS IIY
The two Big Doors if you want Cheap Go:is!!
As the 8ubscrilcTd have just received and are
now oCtring to the public, a large und exten
sive assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queenswaxe,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES,
BONNETS, and iu fact all such articles ad are
usually kept in a country store.
They feel confident that their prices are as
low as any in the place, and therefore solicit a
share of the patronage of the public
Lumber, Grain, Wool, Hides, and all kinds of
country produce taken in exchange for goods.
an ana examine our stock before purchasing
MURRAY, ZAIIM, & Co.
C. K. ZAUM, JUU. XIUEAT, ESQ.
JAS. MfSEAT, o.
MUKUAY &. ZAIIM,
Thankful for past favors, invite their old cua
timers to call and see the stock of Murray,
Zahm & Co., and they will be dealt with as
July 10, 1S51.
Keystone Mutual Life Insurance Company,
Eitalduhed ot Ilarriefrurg, J'mnrylvania.
Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania,
March 4, 1850.
The assured participate in all the profits of the
The undersigned has hven appointed agent
for the above company for this county, and can
be found at his office, opposite the court house.
R. L. JOHNSTON.
Ebensburg, May , 1h.51.
CoMMissioKKits' Offick, Feb. 10, 1852.
Rioidved. That the Treasurer of the County
be directed V) bring euit against persons in
debted to the County, and to issuo on all Judg
ments immediately after the first day of April
nest. By the Commissioners,
E. J. WATERS, Clerk.
Thkasi'kkii'b OrrrcB, 1
Ebensburg, Feb. 10, 1852.
The attention of Collectors and all other per
sons interested are directed to the above reso
lution, ptHwxJ t,y the Bo.rd of Commissioners.
RELS J. LLOYD.
February, 2 152. 19.
tli cap Groceries.
The subscriber would roHr.fwtfnlW ?fQi-r. v;.
friends that he has received nt th sir r v.
Grocery Store, a general assotment of Groceries
1 "I . I .
unu coniocuonanca, consisting in part of Flour,
Bacon, Fish, Cheese, Vinegar, Rio and Java Cof
fee, Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Truneo, Datoe,
Citron, Currants, Preserves, P. Sauce, Catsup
Lemon Syrup, Crackci g, a fine lot of Sugars and
Table Salt, aho a superior lot of Segars.
Ho invites til to aivc him a onll a ha will
low for Cash.
J. B. CRAIG.
Ebeneburg, March Pith, 1862.
all kinds cf Grain,
V ttken in oxchang
ange for goods at
J. Moore's afore.
-7 HISKEY, White Load, and Linseed Oil.
V for salo by jm jfoorf.
Are now being conferred, in the share os
fcooo. try, unnnttg, toagmg, $e., $c, by the
subscriber, at the
Foot cf Plane No. 4, A. V. R. IL
Jan. 1, 1852.-13.
P I H E !
Lycoming Jffntaal Fire Insurance Company.
Persons wishing to insure property in this
company against loss by fire, enn apply to the
subscriber. C. II. IIEYER, Agent.
Nov. 27, 1851. ly.
OA Barrels of superior Flour, part extra, for
UV J. Ivory $ Son.
g'IZT'anted by J. MOORE cash in exchange
V for goods, or oriierwise.
2000 pounds -wool, butter, oggn wanted bv
THIS "WAY TOE GOOD AND
lit. Vk f ) UWm
Will be opened this week at the brick store
of J. Moore, in Ebensburg, a general assort
ment of cloths, cassimcres, satinetts, tweeds,
and a great variety of summer goods,
Toge ther with any quantity of prints, delaines,
lawns, cashmeres, ginghams, lustres and other
ALSO A LA
and good assortment of hardware, queensware,
saddlery, clothing, stationary, drugs, Ike, &c,
Persons wanting boots and shoes, hats and
caps, or ready made clothing, w ill find it to their
advantage to cull at the
Tho subscriber, thankful for past faTors, ear
nestly requests his customers, and the public
generally to at least call and examine las 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 2, 1851.
The subscriber begs leave to inform the pub
lie generally, that he has removed his S-iddk arni
liarruae htablihriunt, to JefKrson, Cambria
county, where he will be pleased to ec-e his old
friends aud ull others wuiting anything in his
line of business. He intends keeping constantly
on huud u large stock cf
Saddles, Eridiea, Collare, Harness, Whips, &c.,
Of all kinds, which he will sell on the most rea
sonable terms for caxh or approved country pro
duce. He hopes by strict attention to business
und small profits on his work, to merit and re
ceive a liberal share of the public patronage.
H lull A. M COi.
Jefferson, Nov. 21, 1850. 7-tf
N. B. All tho6e indebted to him for Saddlery
ie. whilst located in Ebentburg, are earnestly
requested to call and settle their respective ac
counts, tor the purpose of saving trouble, it
is hoped that this notice will not be neglected.
Johnstown, Cambria County, Fa.
frrHE undersigned, having succeeded Mr.
jdL Samuel Bracken in the proprietorship of
this Establishment, most re.-pcotl'ully announces
to the public, thut his entire uttcntion will be
devoted to the task of rtndt-ring the Exchange
Hotel one of the best public houses in this sec
tion of the State.
Especial care will be observed in procuring
Liquor of the cLoicet-t brands, and every appro
priate dtlicai-y which the markets alforf, wili be
carefully selected for the Table.
Good lalle and careful KostU-r are provided.
The undersigned will always be most happy
to greet his friends and the travelling community.
THOMAS A. MAUUIEL.
Oct. 21, 1850. tf.
Notice is hereby given to all persons interest
ed that the firm of Eiffel & Humphreys was by
mutual consent dissolved on the 1st day of De
cember, 1851. All persons having claims will
pdease present them for settlement, and all those
indebted will please call and settle with James
M. Eiffel at the " old stand," in whose hands the
Books are, and who is authorised to make all
settlements. All persons not settling, eitLer by
note cr otherwise, before the 2nd day of Febru
ary next, will find their accounts in the Lands of
tho proper officers for collection.
RIFFEL II CM II RE YS.
Summitville, January I, 1852. 12-td
TO THE PEOPLE.
The subscriber, thankful for tho liberal pat
ronage heretofore extended to the "old firm,"
wouli respectfully announce to all his friends
and the public generally, that having purchased
the interest of his late partner, he will continue
to carry on the business at the old stand. He
has just received from the oust a new aud supe
rior assortment of
Dry Goods, Grocorios, Hardware, &o.,
and a large supply of all the articles that can be
found iu a country store, which he will take great
pleasure in showing to his customers, and which
he will sell at low prices for cash or country
produce. JOHN HUMPHREYS.
Summitville, January 1, lb52.
Letters of Admiiustration on the estate of
Teater Ervnnem&n, late of Jackson township,
deceased, having been granted to the under
signed by the Register of Cambria County, ail
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims will present them properly authenticated
for settlement. JACOB M. PAUL.
Feb. 12, 1852 18-et
That the subscriber has taken out Letters of
Administration in the Estate of James Smyth,
decease 1, late of Cambria County. AU persons
knowing themselves indebted to said Estate will
pipage call tuid settle their debts, and all persons
having claims or demands agaiust the said dece
dent ure hereby notified to make known the same
HENRY L. DOWNEY, Adm'r.
Emmit House, Feb. 2', 1852. 10-Ct.
Letters of Administration on the Estate of
Jacob Tomlinson, late of Allegheny Township,
Cambria County, deceased, having been granted
to the undertigned, notice is hereby given to ad
persons indebted to said Estate to make pay
ment, and those having claims against it to pre
sent thorn properly authenticated for settlement.
Allegheny tp., Feb. 20, 1852. 19-C.t.
200 Barrels primo oonemaugh salt just recei
ved anb for pale at the store of
J. IVORY & SON.
For the highest prices are paid for hides.
skins and tanner's bark iu either trade or cash by
A Large quantity of Dunoannon Nails and
Spikes, from 8 to 5 inches, for sale at Moore's
10 Barrels Conemaugh Salt for sale by
Rice, Star aud Mould Candles just received
and for sale by
30 Barrels of Mackcral for sale by
J. IVORY & SON.
rosh Shad.Mackerel, and Salmon, for sale at
me store ox J, Moore.
100,000 lbs of Vool by J. MOORE.
Star, Sperm and Mould
at tho Brick toro of
Caudles for sale
Neatly and expeditiously executed at this Office.
WONDER CF W0NDESS!
PETROLEUM, OR ROCK OIL.
'-There are more things in heaven and earth,
Than are dreamt of in philosophy."
The virtues of this remarkable remedy, and
the constant application for it, to the proprietor,
has induced him to have it put up in bottles,
with labels aud directions, for the benefit ct the
The Pctrohum or Rock Oil is procured from a
well in Allegheny county, at a depth of lour
hundred feet, is a pure unadulterated article,
without any chemical change, but just as it flows
from Nature's Great Laboratory! That it con
tains t roi.erties canable of reaching a number
of diseases, is no longer a matter of uncertainty.
There are many thiuKe in the arena of nature,
which, if known, might be cf vast usefulness in
allcviatinc- KufVeriinr and restorinir the b!o n of
o o '
health and vitor to uaiiv a sufferer. Lor.ir be
fore the proprietor thought of putting it up in
Lotties, it had a refutation b r too cure ot w:s-
ease. The constantly and daily increasing calls
for it, and several remarkable cures it has
formed, is a sure indication of its f uture
larity and wide spread application in t1.
We do not wish to make u long parade of cer
tificates, as wo are conscious that the r.:e litine
can soon Worn, its way into uie iiivor oi moe
who suffer and wish to be healed. WL'l-t we do
not claim fr it a universal application in tvery
disease, we unneFitatnigiy say, ti:at in a number
of hrcnic Diseases it is unrivalled. Am..-ng
these may be enumerated all diseases of the
mucous tissues, such as Cl-.ror.k Bron'.hiiU, Con
sumption (in its early stage,) Asthma, und all
diseases cf the air passages, l.ivr Ctnj-iaint,
Dypipxla, Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Bladder
and Kidneys, Pains in the Back or Side, Ner
ioihc aii't sitirrif m sucn cases, a:-i.ar
tone raid energy to the whole frame, rJuwu!:-:
ol ttructions, opening the sIuk'LL f;:i:cu-..i.J.
which cause disuse and a broken contltui'... ix,
ami giving increased an J reucwel '.i.viv to all
tne organs ci liie: ii;c pr.pm-tor
, . . .. wi'v itrij-u -jiim bi;n.T
treatment, get well under the use of the r,. -
It-urn or Rock Oil, fVr a si.'-rt time 'lie T -....f'
.'.it time. I
ii v Lo i'
sln iiurc oi'
1 l Uhli. i,C.l
can be giv( n to an;
None geiiuiiiL' wiih
prictor, S. . KILE,
F. Kitteil, agent,
Mav 8, 151.
New Store and Cheap Bargains,
ujitk-rplirne 1 wnulj i'Lfvrm their frion-Is
new nt P!.:ne 2, A. Y. k. li. in the n, m j
formerly occupied by John ong, nhere will be i
a l'Ui.411. L i I II1V It:iV fd-I'M , ' :
kc.i const an ::y ;
the follovinc goods :
.S'C.'( tU, Giujh aii.1,
Sdke, ,',, J.'iu-nx,
t.gti, M.ui d.- Lai.:.-.
Ruti'.ru, Giur.fi, Jv.
i Sold ,
.t low priees,
i' i-li tfjrf,
, Muslims, j
i i : 1
"A. .yr., .c. l
', J.utir, a,
'fry, I. (v..
( ' A:
ALSO, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CATS,
L mlrt llu.1, I'anitt.U, and L'-y,;., .. L,.
slocu oj l.jfre, .Sugar, T a. (Ju. r.rw irf
ware and CuiUry, Book and XtaU'onary.
FL0U2, EACOX, CHESS, EUTTE2,
alt, Tobacco, igars, All
ey are i reoare-l to sell at r...,.
and invite the attention of buv. rs t.. tb.lr
ol goods, Colindelit that they can
tnem as ch,ap, and m fiot. ch.ap-.r, than thev
can purchase elsewhere.
Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for
goods, and cash never refused. Call soon, at
the nec aUre, if you want to be supplied.
JOHN G. GIVEN & Co.
I 'lane No. 2, A. 1'. R. R.
March H, 1 w.j 1 . 1 v ,v
IVIioiesiile and RtJall
tii:, copies, and sheet-ip.c::,
The subscriber adopts this method of return
ing 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
no lias enlarged tiis business, and now h
constantly on nana :i large supply of every va
riety of Tinware, Store" Pipe, Dtijpir.g Pans,
Zinc Iioihrs, Coal Bucket, Ft a Aa!,s.ic., .vc.
vmcn ne win sell, wholesale or retail, as I
any other establishment in the eountrv.
lie is also prepared to mai
lor houses, at the stiortes
si notice, and on the
Merchants and others
most reasonable terms
uesirous ot puroiiasaig bills 0f ware, arc res
pectfully invited to call, as he is prepared tVsell
them goods equally as cheap as they can be had
either cast or west, and all orders addressed to
hhu 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. GL'OKGE HARNCAMU.
Ebensburg, Feb. 2 1S-31. tf
All persons indebted to the late firm of
Lloyd ec Litzingor 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 by
bringing it in immediately.
STili'HF.N LLOYD. Jn.,
DUNN IS LITZINGLR.
Jan. -22, 1352. 15-tfa.
EliensbTirg, Fa. i
rnillE undersigned respectfully informs his'
Jj friends and the public generally, that he
h:;s rented for a term of years, that large brick
hotel in the Borough of F.bensburg. formerly
kept by James Rhey, and known heretofore as
tho "Wnshiugtou 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 stay pleasant and agree
able. His Table will be furnished with every thine
the market affords, and in the selection of Wines
and Liqvort, the most apt-roved brands will be
purchased. His Stables are large, and will be
attended bv a careful hostler.
Persons wishing to visit any section of the
county wolf be furnished with a conveyance.
ANDREW J. RHEY.
Ebensburg, June 1, 18"0. 33-tf
Paints and Irugs of all kinds
J. Moore, s.
Adams & Co. s Impress.
Ivory & Son, agents at the Summit, Cambria
county, Pa., will receive and forward packages
for Philadelphia, Pittsburg, and all intermediate
places. Money or valuable articles receinted
for and sent to any poiut on the line of railroad
March 11, ltv2.
)1NB lumber, joint and lap shingles at t
lumoer yaruot J . .Moore.
Diseases. Neuraliria. i'alsv. Iih.-uniatii. 1,1,3 .iiitiia,in eliarie cf ti.. r.
'ains, Gout, ilrvsipelus, Tett r, ltinirworm- CI'AN BiTiirus. and disiau leur iaiV, ,
fuins, ScalJ3, Bruises, OM ercs, sc., sc. Li i -d:rfcC: -twecti I'liilu.i,
es ot debility resulting from exposure, cr ; "'Y1"' ' , ' :"L'lui' iu -V w
g and i retracted casts of diseaac this :;:. di-i ncr l;e re -opened l-.-r thy recci.tk-n (,f n!..?'
e will brinir relief. It will ...:.t as a "ri f r i' ! v' v-';!l '' "istructed iu unvof rU t.v. ':
"Who vrante bargain t
EYAES & HUGHES
Have just received fr
.ceiled from PLia(1 , ,
ASD WINTER CLOTHlXr.
among w.ncli maybe enumerated a r ',
cloth, dress, sack and business coats,? lot
quality and most approved style Le
and blanket overcoats c-f nil J,' -tr. fat
of satinctt s,nd cassimere pantolwm's' 1
colors and .ual:ti s; and a spknd: ,
of t-iih, tatiu, cassimere, plain ,! ,..a''at
together with every lcin l of bovV ci, . Te?t,
fine and coarse shirts. lum-lVer,.!.;, r. ....
end a large aswj:;
supi ri r h
to make u
ai.d i. u tl.
on the 1
:i 1. .I. :
t - -; mable U K
st..ck of clytllJW
h they aro . . Ui"
.v.! niatU ti,
t e i--t
Tl :: Tc
1 "e eut:r.
r';ilo' to the
ad on j he I-.
"Lt C;s!i k-nus '
prepared to accooj i.,
omers with ckth'i: r
at lower prices tu:
quality were ever sdd in ti,
el . .
is countv. "
i ne j.'uuiie ai c res
ami examine liieir g
Novtijiber 1, ls.'jl
st. iii.iMis mm
ron E(i v
LcrcitD, Cambria Cocntv
br:mchcs or an El
Gramsnur; An vie:
;;!) ; Use ol' the
. 1 t
"1'! Modem Ilistorv;
!t:its of Y-.-v .
1)1 'I ! It
l t::osoi'!iy ?
II- - -
-d tf:e Maine:
ii;J J.nlia Class-.
T l' : '.I
1 t- a . i .5 .
. cllslOUlerBo:;!-?, TuiUoE,
Mendinvr -f Llsn n. .t..l
of Letters, Bo..!:s and.Sti.t:
nov iurn:si.eu : v i arcnt? r C'!-,r,i:.
an Bxtra Large, as will a'.sj
j m . -iical :.tt.-t. 1-
i ne Ciiviuiiic 1 car.
ce:;.i::eacii. ' ..i ).
v. .11 eiose on ir:e lotu vt ju
renia;n:ng at the li.ttl
UTlon i. ur:n, .
Vacation will he !,:. r.-,! S.'-'..!.5
1 ir. xl must Collie tro!.II M.
cient supply of Suiumer and Winter 'eVi:
six Shins, six l"--hetlIan.rKerchie:s.aii"t
.-.lockings, four !,.: f Drawers, t:x T,.Wlv
and tuive ja:rs c-f li.-cts ..r .-.'hoes.
lii ::e:ii:.';y :.catK
n of this LstaMM.t, ...
t- getlur wi;h t!ie
I ictr.res.'iie sctLerT:Lu
i . , i
i jiiiii an-1 extensive
I J "UiJuUI i:i:I;.Ji uiu
as a place of IMucuticu.
t rclvr i:
Ihe attention of the Brothers to the Ili
j tU'l. . ia: am: 1 , . . , j... ,
j trusted to their care, will be unrfmittii:?: it
f,f j V, renda- that attention i fiective. the Jiii v-,
, j "JU "' exact, yet mild and paternal.
.V h:ilf yearly aeeount of theLe&Ith. c--Lla--t,
ana iu-. rary j rogress, of each Pupil,
u..u.-i,imni 10 ms L arent or juarillnn
All letters addressed (post-paid i tu tie f
nor of the Frawtseun MonasUry, Loretto, iWn
Comity, Pa., will receive due attention.
R-finnce may be made to lit. Rev. O'CeLi r
Bbho of p Pittsburg, aud Rev. II. P. QuUmQ
Loretto, and. ria tuntv.
August 7, 1 S " 1 . pT;rn. J
will forfeit n:,i. if
cr.se of secret Jis
that m.-'y come under his tare, no matter l-v
long standing or affliction, hither Sex are ii
vited to his Private R. -om, ;js North Seventi
street, I'hiladel hia, without fear of iatprrup
tioii by other patients, tian- vrs an I .tiers
havo been unfertt
".n the se.ecti-in
;ciaii are invited to call. Those wLo hst?
ured themselves bv solitary vico are also i-
and Reflect. The afTactod woul-1 h
well to rcaeet before tins
: tiieir I.e.tlth. Ls-
piness. and in n.any cases their lives, in tie
i.-i i i - . ... . .
uan.is oi pnysiCians, ignorant ot tins clais
j maladies. It is certainly impaiblc f..r ene iw
I to understand all the ills the human faiuiivs;
subject to. Kverv respect -iblo phvsicUn La bj
t: i i ' , - , , ' .i
peculiar i-rancii, in wnicu ne is mere suecf.u
than his brother professors, and to that Lei
votes most of his time and tudy.
Years of Practice, exclusively devote! to tla
study and treatment of diseases of the seis
organs, together with ulcers upon the hAj,
throat, nose or legs, pains in the head er boiai,
mercurial rheumatism, strictures, gravel, irreg
ularities, disease arising from youthful csccs;'-'
or impurities of the blood, a herely the consti
tution has become enfeebled, enables tie Duet
to oiler Speedy Relief to ull who may place
themselves under his care
May 1. 18.jl.Py.
The undersigned inform their customers
friends that they have formed a co-partner.---?
in the above business, under the name ar.Jfru
of BEYNON & JOHNSTON, and have taken tit
room recently occupied as the Mountain "'!''
(ijiiee, where they will be happy to Bee the f
mer patrons of Lewis Bevnon. and as niauv ce
cues as pleas to call. They receive regular!'
irom New loik and Philadelphia the ia:o
fashions; and cannot be beaten either in ti
hape or fit of Coats, Pants or Yests, by
other Tailors in the country. They respectful
ask tne puolio to give them a call, and area"
fident their work will recommend itself.
ErTAll kinds of country produce taken 3
exchange for work.
July 17, ISfil. tf.
Son Chair 31aiiiil'aciory.
The citizens of Ebtnsbur'r and vicinity
nformed that the very place to purchase
CHAIRS, SETTEES, SOCIABLES, AID
of the best manufacture and most elegit
and at lower prices than at anv other e31'"'
ment in the
county, is at the new chair
he shop formerly occupied Ij '
factory, in the
T1 .1 1 1 . 1
iwui, ueeeaseu. tvTIS'J
GLAZIXG, HOUSE end SIGX rALVy,;K
executed in the best manner and latest s
JOHN L. STOW
Ebensburg, Nov. 27, ISol. Cxm
A fresh arrival of Boot?. Shoes, Wjjjj
Hats, aps. Fancy Gimp and Florence -
Bonnets, Powder, Gun aps, Shot, beau.
received this dav and for sale at f
June 2t, 1S-31.
Ull lit' "
Tho highest price paid ftjr wool
cmentarv t t , - i . -s