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" - abBIVAI. OF THE AFRICA.
Thrt-e Day Lnttrfrom Europe.
NEw YonK, -April 8-7J P. M.-The Royal
;j s:teaiusliip Africa, with Liverpool dates to
", .i-ti, nit- being three days latir, arrived ut
wharf, Jtvscy City, at 7 o'clock this eve-
She brings thirty-six passeng. rs.
The lower gru
des of Cotton had declined I.
Cora was dull
mi dropping. Flour had fur
,icr decline"1- r.!.
"N0LM Ul.e Ministers will consent to the
j.-ulutiou f Parliament, as early as possible
jtl tI,e House of Lords, on the evening of the
qui Lord Beaumont moved for the production
f the papers explanatory of the present state of
:a;rj on the river Platte.
a "iLe Earl of Malmsbury stated that he had ta
ken steps in conjunction with the French Gov
. ,,.n tlipso South American waters
.ixuiem, -t- ......
rcial world, and that he had no ob-
tJ ibe cow me
ecti'n to lay Pon the table the last papers re
Ou the 2Cth, Lord Monteagle moved for the
appointment of a select committee for the revis
,.n of a scheme for the repayment of the advan
( 5 to Ireland. The motion was agreed to.
In the House of commons Lord Hume brought
f.rrl amotion for a reform in Parliament,
to all house-holders and lodger?, occupy
r twelve mouths, the elective franchise:
nul also that all votes ai eiociiuu- .-nun m icirvv..
iV an,n (bat the duration of Parliament shall
l,"e for three years, and that the proportion of
rcj.ri--.-!itutiou shall be made consistent with the
awjunt of population and property.
After debate, the House divided, and the nio
t;.n was rejected by a majority of 211 to 89
In reply to a question from Sir Charles Doug
lass, the Chancellor of the Exchequer stated that
in introducing the bill on Monday next, the Sec
retary of State would undoubtedly mention the
reasons which in the opinion of the Government
venders that measure necessary.
Letters have been received by the Admirality
from IT. Rao, who has given up as fruitless, the
search of Sir John Franklin. lie has examined
Jurat CiUO miles of the new coast, and reached
70 Jeer. 30 mia. north latitude, and 101 west
kmiritude, on Victoria laud.
i.inveeu nine and ten thousand of the Engi
neer?, en a strike, had signed the employers'
rkylarntion, and returned to work.
Ai -riUA. Vienna letters state that the Aus
tri in Oovtrnment has ordered a severe control to
k- exercised, in order to prevent the gratuitous
distribution of Bibles, which had been sent out to
Austria by the Biblical Societies in London, with
a view of making proselytes to the Protestant
Fkasce. France continues tranquil.
An official announcement in the Mouiteur
Mutes that the difference between France and
M. p.cco had completely terminated that the
Emperor had written another letter to the Prcs
iJi ut, iiffvrniing him freely, and witliout media
tor, with regard to the Court of Fez. j
The laconic decree of the President of the
French Republic, it is expected, will be issued!
tn the 20th inst. Nothing had transpired as to
its precise character, but it is on all hands ar
gued that it will produce an immence sensation
The Directors of the Hank of France are de
termined to make advances on railway shares.
They will advance CO per cent, oa the value of
the shares of the first class, calculated according
to the prices marked in the stock lists.
The Mouiteur of the 2Cth publishes a law on
administration and centralization.
The decree of the 2Sth March, 1S4S, in refer
ence to Clubs is repealed, the 13th article except
ed, which prohibits Secret Societies.
A decree has also been published, regulating
the disciplinary system of the merchant navy.
The government candidate had been beaten at
Lyons by 5,000 votes.
It is not considered that the President's open
ing address will be -of much if an; importance,
uul though but few are in the secret, it is belie
ved it will merely contain a brief resume of what
h;i3 been done since the second.
One thousand French political prisoners are
to be confined at Algiers, 200 at Gran, and 400
A number of Italians had been arrested and
lrlged in the prison of the Prefecture of Police.
The Pa trie says that among other questions to
come under the consideration of the Council of
State are the the coinage of a copper currency,
the restoration of certain condemned prisoners,
tud a fusion of the Orleans railway company.
A deputation from Havre had arrived in Par
is, to protest against any additional duty on for
eign sugars. The announcement of such in
crease duty had created an immense sensation
throughout the French ports.
The Lyons manufacturers are still awaiting
orders from America. The demand, however,
fur England and home consumption has hitherto
tuableJ them to give full employment to their
Fresh orders fiom the German States had rai
ted the price of Flour in rails three, francs.
It is rumored that the Empire will soon be
IfoclaiineJ, notwithstanding the avowed opposi
te of Russia.
According to a decree issued, no speech of a
puty fcLall be' published without the consent
ff the C.;u,l1jCr of pputies.
keep sensation has been produced in Paris by
tu acquiul. in Belgium, of M. Thomas and
Uiuu De lloutton, of the Bulletin Franeaise,
M o were indicted for disrespectful language to
vh Louis Napoleon.
-''r. Latest irom Fiiaxce. Paris, Saturday,
''" '-The Mouiteur publishes a decree, stating
'at 'lje Prefects will continue to submit to the
onie office all matters relating to the general
Uiterest of the State, such as budgets and extra
ordinary imposts, kc, but will in future them
("'"TS decide as specified in the schedules annex
c l to the decrees.
Tte law of May, 1850, preventing the appli
CaUou of national property to the public service,
xpt iu virtue of law, Las been repealed.
-pais Tpe -Majri Gazette contains a coni
juueution from M. Calderon de laBarca, Span
i:d avoy at Washington, with a letter of Mr
Webster to him, dated February 2d, in which
the clemency of the Queen of Spain in pardoning
the American prisoners engaged in the Cuban
invasion, is duly acknowledged.
The editor of La Nacion has been arrested,
and his caution monev seized for tuldishinf an
article offensive to the President of the French
Sv,.TZEri..i. The Swiss journals announce
that many political refugees, particularly French,
have been sent into the interior, or received
passports for England or America.
The extreme Radical party in Zurich had been
succcssul at all the elections.
The reactionary journals are doing all they
can to excite and keep up the discord between
the Federal Council and the Central Government
Italy. Letters from Rome state that on the
15th the Pope appointed four new Cardinals,
one of them being the Archbishop of Bordeaux.
Prince Canino had arrived at Geneva.
Germany. The German Diet seems to be giv
iug umbrage to Hanover, by interfering with
questions at issue respecting the equestrian or
der. The new Prussian Gazette has been- seize-In
four times, and is now prohibited in theAustrian
dominions. ' "
Turkey. -A despatch dated Zara, March 14th,
states that a force of 1700 men had been marched
into Liases, where the Greeks and Catholics had
been discovered, and all the clergy, with two
principal men of every canton seized and im
prisoned, A proclamation had been issued,
threatening with death all persons except Turks
who secrete arms. Travellers, and even those
possessing Austrian passports, have found great
difficulty in making their journeys. Many
Christians have Lad their means entirely exhaus
ted, by the soldiers quartered upon them, and
now wander about without shelter.
Valcaple Wast: Pa; i p. V.'e lf-arn from the
Westmoreland .'".. . C .t a hand employ
ed in the Paper Mill ol ..,-!r-r:.-s, Reed Co.,
on the Loyalhunmi Cru k. i.ir New Alaxaudria,
while emptying out waste taper, which Lad
been purchased at the I,et cfTice in Pittsburgh
lat month, discovered r. letter not opened. On
opening and examining it, it was found to con
tain forty dollars, in two twenty dollar notes on
a bank in New York. The letter was mailed in
New York, the 12th day of January last, to a
man iu Pittsburg, and was sold among a lot of
waste paper to the said company, at one and a
half cents per pound to make paper of.
Mr. AY. J. Reod, one of the lirm, returned the
letter and monev to the Post Office.
At Ilan-i.-burg. on Wednesday evening, April
, h, by the Rev. fr. DeWitt, m. b . Miunk, son j
w vV1.0- -e ?"C1S r . : w ' , 1 Nh m UL'-"E !
W yeth, uaughter of John Wyeth, all ot liarns-
On Monday morning, April 5th, of an Affec
tion of the Luns, Clakisha Helen, daughter
of Muryr.nd. Jolinston oe-e of this village,
aged nlii-i ye irs, three months, and live days.
On Monday, April 12th, from the effects of a
Scald, Axx, daughter of George and Elizabeth
Harncame of this village, aged one year and
TE5E tUltAZVT IIGL'Si:,
Corner of Fotti th and Grant Streets, Pittsburg
THE subscriber has leased the large and well
known Hotel, (late Lamartine House.) at the cor
ner ot 4th and Grant f-treet?, Pittsburg, which
has been repaired and newly fitted up in nil its
apartments, so as to give a larger and more lib
eral accommodation to travellers and boarders.
His larder will be stocked with the most choice
brands the markets can afford, and his Bar fur-
nisheu with the boot. Ho would respectfully so
licit a share of public patronage.
April, 15, IS -12. ly.
The undersigned has been compelled to com
mence suits against all persons indebted to the
estate of Andrew L'onnaliy deceased. Costs
may still be avoided, by calling on the subscri
ber v. ithin a few days.
R. L. JOHNSTON, Adm.
April. 15. 1&52. 2o-3t.
--iT"Crutader please copy.
Lasl and Final Aolice.
.All persons indebted by note, ' book account,
or otherwise, to the late firm of Riff el & Humph
reys, and John Humphreys, are requested to call
on either o the undersigned on or before the
10th day of May next and settle their respective
accounts. Those who 'ne-rlect this notice, will
after the above time, find their accounts in the
hands ot proper officers lor collection.
JAMES M. RIFFEL.
Summitville, Apr. 8. 1852.
Valuable I-'roiJerty For Sale.
The subscriber being anxious to dispose of
part of his Real Estate in Cambria countv. offers
for sale the following property, to wit:
The " Mullen hill" farm, situate on the turn
pike road about 2 miles east of Ebensburg,
containing 150 acres, OuO acres of which are
cleared; a good vein of coal runs through this
Also, a tract of land, situate 11 miles west of
Ebensburg containing 100 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 U50
acres. This tract is well timbered, with a large
branch of the Blacklick passing through it, and
an excellent site for a grist and saw-mill on it.
Also, several other tracts of land, situate in
the townships of Allegheny, Washington. JSuni
merhill and Carroll, two of which are situate
near the Portage llailroad due east from the foot
of Plane No. 4 ; and one tract adjoining lands
of Mr. Bradley, at the head of Burgoou's Gap,
a short distance from the Central Railroad.
Also, several lots in the Borough of Ebens
burg ; also, a lot in said borough on which are
erected a 6tone dwelling house, stable, epring
house and office, now in the occupancy of Mr.
Also, several squares of two acre out lots ad
joining the Catholic Church.
The foregoing property will be sold on rea
sonable terms and sufficient time given for raj
ment. For further information apply to the
Ebensburg, March 25, 1852. 23-lt.
Eead ! Head! what Kier's
PETIIOLIX'M, OU UOCIS.OII,,
HAS BEEN DOING.
A Natural remedy ! procured from a well in Al
legheny County, Pa. four hundred feet below
the Earth's surface! Put up and sold by Sam
uel M. Kk-r, Canal Basin, Seventh St., Pitts
The healthful balm from Nature's secret spring,
The blocun of health, and life, to man will bring;
As from her depths the magic liquid flows,
To calm our sufferings, and assuage our woes.
A Most Eemarkable Case of Total Blindness
Cured by Petroleum.
We invite the attention of the afflicted, and
the public generally, to the certificate of William
Hall, of this city. The case may be seen by any
person who may be skeptical in relation to the
facts there set forth. S. M. KIEF.
"I had been afflicted several years with a
soreness of both ej-es, which continued to increase
until last September, (lS50,)the inflammation at
that time having involved the whole lining mem
brane of both eyes, and ended in a deposite of a
thick film, which, wholly destroyed my sight. I
had an operation performed, and the thickening
removed, which soon returned and left me in as
bad a condition as before. At this stage of the
complaint, 1 made application to several of the
most eminent medical men, who informed me
that "my eyes would never get well.'' At this
ti.no T .:,-;iV !n.t i'ij.tin'-'niyh iiiit oi iect. Rv the
. -- o j j 1m
the l'etroleum, both intcrnallv and locally, underf
which my eys have improved daily until the
present time, and I have recovered my sight en
tirely. My general health was very much im
proved by the Petroleum, and I attribute the
restoration of my sight to its use. I reside at
No. 1U2, Second Street, in this city, and will be
happy to give any information in relation to my
case. WILLIAM HALL."
Pittsburg, Sept. 17, 1851.
Another Letter reccom.mer.ding the Petroleum.
Newyille, Cumberland Co. Pa.
Mr. Kier : Lear Sir Having been appointed
by your travelling agent, when along last, agents
for the sale of your Petroleum, and fearing it
might not sell rapidly, inasmuch as so much
worthless trash is sold by travelling agents, we
only took two boxes from him, v-hich has all been
sold. Finding it to sell quite readily and actu
ally to answer the various purposes for which it
has been recommended, we thought we would
order of you about four boxes more, as there is
still a great demand for it.
In regard to the e-acy of your Petroleum,
we might add, that in every instance, without
exception, where it La3 been tried, it was found
to give iuimedlite relief, particularly for pains
iu the limbs, b.--li, &c, resulting from Bilious
Intermitting Fever, di'.ch prevailed in this sec
tion to a very great exteiit, and invariably was
followed by pains and swelling in the limbs.
Your Petroleum, in these cases, (without excep
tion, )vrits f jund to give immediate relief.
Yours most respectfully,
GILMORE & STOL'GH.
AEadCasoof luff ammatory Hhciniatism.
The following extracts are from a letter re
;,UTnr:iU rount C)1 The
Charle. Belden" and Dr. Ely,
ceived from a young gentleman of Middleburg,
v are attested bv
yah Curtis, of that
Mi:. Kier: Dear Sir Gratitude compels me
to express my thanks lor the discovery of your
invaluable medicine. I was afflicted with that
awful and disheartening disease, the Inflamma
tory Rheumatism, on the 21 st of September last,
whilst I was in Cleveland; and was brought
JfMfje from that place to Middleburg, where I lay
on my back for over two months. For three
weeks of this time, I was in the most intense
suffering and ngouy. I lay with my limbs in
one position, and could nut ttir a muscle, nor
have my bed changed. My screams could be
beard all over the neighborhood, so intense was
my suffering. When every other remedy proved
valueless, 1 had recourse to your invaluable
Petroleum, of which I had made but three appli
cations, until I commenced to get better, lused
altogether but two bottles and a half, and am
now well. 1 can get any number of persons to
testify to the above facts, if necessary.
FREDERICK H. BLECKER.
rcxfFfr Salebv F. KITTELL. Kbensburtr. Pa.
rVollce io Ilolel-iiec-pers
At a Court of Quarter Sessions held at Ebens"
burg in and for the Countv of Cambria on the
10tb day of April, A. D., 1852: The following
order was made by the same Court.
Order of the Court of Quarter sessions of Cam
bria County in relation to selling liquors, and
drinking in licensed Taverns, on the Sabbath
It is hereby enjoined upon all licensed Inn
Keepers within the County of Cambria, to keep
closed their bars, and not to sell liquors, or per
mit drinking in their respective bouses, on Sun
day ; And any disregard or violation of this or
der, if made known to the Court by satisfactory
proof, will be deemed sufficient ground for revo
king the license of any person thus shown to be
using it in violation of the laws of this Common
wealth: By the Court,
R. L. JOHNSTON. Clerk.
April, 15. 1852. 20.
JEjpOther papers in County please copy.
A 5 1 1 1 i 1 1 i s I ra t or s X o 1 i ce.
Letters of administration having been granted
by the Register of Cambria county, to the un
dersigned, on the estate of John Harr, late of
Summerhill township, dee'd ; notice is hereby
given to all persons indebted to said estate to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims will present them duly authenticated for
settlement to the subscriber at his residence,
Sumerhill township. FRANCIS HARR, adm'r.
April 15, 1852 2C-Ct.
Ust of letters
Remaining at the Post Office on the 1st of April
1 O " tk
All sen W A
Baldwin John .
Buckley Timothy .
Burns A J
Coons A N
Corigan Michael or Jaa
Evans & Pryce
Evans David South
Forguson John 3
Furman A J
Girley Mary Ann MLss
Gordon llobert P
Green Jesse Kester
McGinley Hugh 2
Magellan Dan M
Pergrin J B
lleee Mary Miss
Slaton Lydia Miss
Taegge John Gary
MILTON ROBER.TS, P. M
April 8, 1852.
50 Kegs of Nailg on hand, and for sale by
J. IVORY & SON.
W. 15. II-'DSOX'S
A2TD JrVYELEY STOHE,
One Door East of the Sentinel Office.
N. B. Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry repaired
at shortest notice, and warranted.
Sort. 2f. Ifi'M r.i
i j -f J .
MICIIAEI, IAA- MAGEIIAX.
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Office in the Court House, up stairs.
January 1, 18ol. ly
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Offlce on High street, opposite Thompson's
Janur.ry 1, 1651. ly
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Omce, opposite J. Thompson's Hotel. All
business in the several Courts of Blair, Indiana.
ana lamtma counties entrusted to Lis care, will
te promptly aUenued to.
January 1, 1851. ly
Attorney at Law, Ebonsbur?, Pa.
Will practice iu the several Courts of Cam
bria, Blair and Hunting-Ion counties. Germans
can receive advice in their own language. Office,
on main street two doers east of the Exchange
May 8, 1651 ly.
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Will practice in the several Courts of Cambria,
Indiana, and Westmoreland counties. Olhee a
few doors East of Cannon's Hotel.
Jan. 15, 1851. ly.
Attorney at Law, Ebansburg, Pa.
Oincx at his residence at th e west end of the
Borough, immediately below the 'Foundry."
January 15, 1852.
T1IOJ1AS C. 3J'!cm ELI,,
Attorney at Law, HcLlidaysburg, Pa.
Will attend the several Courts of Cambria
count v. as heretofore. Office one door west of
Wm. McFarland's cabinet wareroom.
January 1, 1851. ly
LEWIS W. HIIOWX,
Fashionable Barber and Hair Dresser.
Two doors west of G. J. Rodgers' store.
Ebensburg, Mav 1, 1851. -lv.
N. B. Shampooing done, and razors honed in
a superior manner.
t. i-. heii:k,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown, Pa.
Office ou Main street, two doors east of the
March 13, 1851. ly
Justice of the Peace, Ebensburg, Pa.,
Will attend promptly to all collections entrus
ted to jjis care Office, adjoining Lis dwelling
Decern. 21, 1851. 11-tf.
Justice of the Peace, and Soriyoner, Summit, Pa
Will attend promptly to collections, or other
business entrusted to him. Legal instruments
of writing, drawn with accuracy and dispatch.
January 1, 1851.
Letters testamentary on the Estate of Abra
ham Wiland, late of RicLland Township, de
ceased, have been granted to the subscriber
all persons indebted to said estate will make
payment to her ; and those having claims against
it, will please present them properly authenti
cated for settlement. FRANCES WILAND.
March 18, 1852 22-0 1.
I have been suffering and under the hands of
! physicians for these last four years and had lost
already all hopes, tor my evil was generally pro
nounced an affection of the lungs or consump
tiau. At Iatt I was advised to consult the Ger
man physician of Carrolltowu. He after a care
ful examination, declared I had an apestcme in
the region of the lung-", outwar J not to be per
ceived and if I would submit to an operation he
hoped he could cure me. 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
some applications, and the use of some medicine
1 was in the course of two weeks restored to my
full health. Four weeks afterwards my sister
v. as attacked by a severe nervous fever nnd'ev
cry one despaired of her life, but the same phy
sician, Joseph Eberstaller, ofCarrolltown, resto
red her to complete health. Both of us therefore
we this gentleman, next to God, life and health,
nd this is written to give him publicly a testi
monial of our gratitude.
April 1st, 1852.
John Parker. Jame3 H. Parker,
JI5A PARKER & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, dealers in Flour and Bacon,
Foreign Wines and Brandies, Old Monongahcla
and Rectified "Whiskey.
No. 5, Commercial Row, Liberty Street,
March, 11, 1852. ly.
AdiuiJilsli aior'.s Notice.
Letters of Administration on the estate of An
drew Todd late of the Borough of Summitville,
Cambria County, deceased, having been granted
to the undersierned by the Kcgister ot said ooun
tr. all persons indebted to said estate are hereby
notified to make payments without delay, and
those having claims to present tucni property
authenticated for settlement.
WM, K1TTELL, Adm'r,
Ebensburg, March 12th. 1S52. 22-Ct.
r i it E !
Lycoming Hutual Fire Insurance Company
Tersons wishing to insure property in this
company against loss by fire, can apply to the
subscriber. C. H. HE l Ell, Agent.
Nov. 27, 1851. ly.
Georee Rhev. Levi Matthews. WiLUam Ebbs
R1IEY, 31 ATT II EWS & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS and Communion
Merchants, Dealers in all kinds of l'roduce and
Pittsburg Manufactures, No. 77 and 70 Watex
April 3, 1851 Cm
CYRIX E. JER.SHIAG,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown, Pa.
January 30, 1851. ly
ITos. 41 and 43 Sorth Third Street, Philadelphia.
The undei sieiicd respectfully bees leave to
state that he has thoroughly refitted and impro
ved the above Establishment in a manner unsur
passed by any Hotel in the country.
The location of the City Hotel is undoubtedly
the most desirable in the City, for Merchants
and business men generally, being in the centre
of the great mercantile trade, and convenient to
the Banks and other public Institutions.
He pledges himself to spare no pains to merit
the approbation of his guests, and desires that
he may receive a share of public patronngc.
A. II. UllUST.
April 21th 1851. ly
MAJ. JOHN BRADY, Proprietor.
April 10, 1851. ly
JAMES KUSSEL. A EX Ell luX.
RI SSKL &, FOX,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Bealers in
HOOTS and SHOES, No. 7 North Fourth St.,
Four doors above Market, second story,
December 11, 1S51. 9-bni. . -:
Chtstnut street, between 7th and 8th streets,
A. F. GLASS, Pnorr-iEioK.
April 10. 1851. ly
Chestnut Street, opposite the State House,
AMEROSE J. WHITE, Proprietor.
April 10, 1851. ly
I! 1KRCS, I1AEE, CO.,
WHOLESALE DRUG GISTS, No. 201 Mar
ket Street, one door above Fifth, north side,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
In Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Med
icines, Surgical and Obstetrical Instrument
Druggists' Glassware, Window Glass,' Paints,
Oils, l'yes, Perfumery, ic. &c,
John Harrif, M. D. Jo7n .V. Hale.
J. Siurswood. U. B. Orliscn.
April 24th 1851. ly
J. B. Miles, at
MACIIETTE & RAIGl'EL,
Importers and dealers in Foreign and JJomeslk
HARDWARE and CUTLERY, So. 121 North
Third Street, above Race,
E. V. MACHETTE, ABM. ILHAIGUE
Apru -itn j;oi. ly v ..
Wholesale Grocers and rXjibr Merchants,
lxo. 43 North Water Street, Philadelphia.
April 21th 151. ly O5
Wholesale dealer in HA TS and CARS, So
172 Market Street,
April 10, 1851. ly
COX K AIT WALTOX,
Wholesale dealers in Hardware, Cutlery, Xaite,
S c., No. 203 Market Street, above 5th,
Apiil 10, 1851. ly
WILSOX & WEST,
Successors to Jlodneys,
' Wholesale dealers in Boots and Siioc, Bonnet
and Straw Good, No 17, North 3d Street,
April 10, 1851. ly
JSICIIAEIL, WARTMAX & CO.,
Wholesale Tvhacco, SnJT, and Segar Jlanvfac
tory, No. 173, North Third Street, three doors
M. YVARTMAN, JOSEPH D. SORVER.
April 24, 1851. ly
EGA' Ell -N, GREGG,
Wholesale dealers in Wines and Liquors, which
thev are prepared to furnish cheap to merchants
and hotel keepers. Warehouse 208 Market St.
July 1st, 1851. ly
DSt. THOMAS C. Ill AT2AG,
South-west corner of 7th and Race streets,
April 20, 1810. tf
joux y. nrsaiToar,
Wholesale dealer in Qv.femuare, Chinaicarc,
Glassware, 5c, No. 215 Market Street,
April 10. 1851. ly
J. Patton Thompson, at
JOSEIH S. aiEOAKA ii. CO.,
' Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Foreign
ond Jtcute.stic J'.incy DRV-GOODS,
Satins, Silks, Vestirgs, Serges, Cravats, White
Goods, kc, with a general assortment of Gloves,
Hosiery, Laces and Small Wares, No. 14 North
Third Street, West Side, opposite Church Alley.
J. S. MEDAKA, )
P. II. ME KARA, lV
E. M.' JONES. J
Sept 18, 1851.
"W. J. Ecakh, at
SE1X.EUS, SITEI1 & CO.,
135 Marliet Street,
Dealers in Hosiery, Gloves, Combs, Brushes
Looking-glasses, &c. 19-ly.
J. 3Icl2L.II ARC
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 Jfats ; silk, straw,
braid and lace Bonnets; artificial flowers, furs,
&c, which will be sold cheaper than the cheap,
est, Eeb. '52, 19-ly-
KXCCDLEK & F EITHER,
Wholesale dealers in Boots, Shoes, Bonnets,
and Palm Leaf Hats, No. 13G North Third Street
(opposite the Eagle Hotel,)
February 2G, 1S52. ly
Yr"H"7"amted by J. MOORE cash in exchange
if for goods, or otnerwise.
2000 pouuds wool, butter, cgtrs wanted by
" J. MOORE.
The highest price paid for wool at the store
of GEO. J. RODGERS.
Barrels of superior Flour, jirt extra, for
J. Ivory jr Sen.
Great IltillsU Quarterlies
. AND "
. REACIiWOOirS 3IAGAZI.E. : -
Important Reduction in the rates of Postage
LEO.YAK1) SCOTT t CO.,
NO. 54 COLD STREET., NEW YORK,
Continue to publish the following British Pe
riodicals, viz .
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW (Con
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW (WI ig).
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW ( Free Church)
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW (Liberal),
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE
These Reprints have now been in successful
operation in this country for twenty ytcrs, and
their circulation is constantly on the incrcaso
notwithstanding the competition they encounter
from American periodicals of a similar class and
from numerous Eclectic and Magazines made up
of selections from foreign periodicals. This
fact shows clearly the high estimation in which
they are held by the intelligent reading public,
and affords a guarantee that they are established
on a firm basis, and will be continued without
Although these works are distinguisbed rv th
political shades above indicated, yet but a small
portion of their contents is devoted to politcal
subjects. It is their literary character whica
cives them their chief value, and in that they
stand confessedly far above all other journals of
their class. JJIai f. trood, still under the masterly
guidance of Christopher North, maintains its an
cient celebrity, and is, at this time, unusually at
tractive, from the serial works of Bulwer una
other literary notables, written for that maga
zine, and first appearing in its columns both in
Great Britain and in the United States. Such
works as "The Caxtons" and "My New Novel,"
(both by Budwer), "My Peninsular Medal, "The
Green Hand,"' and other serials, of which numer
ous rival editions are issued by the leading pub
lishers in this country, have to be reprinted by
those publishers from the pages of Blackwood,
after it has been issued by Mess. Scott & Co., so
that subscribers to the Reprint of that Magazine
may always rely on having the earliest rcadir;;
of these fascinating tales.
For any one of the four Eeviews
For any two of the four Reviews
For any three of the four Reviews
For all four of the Reviews
For Blackwood's Magazine
For Blackwood & three Reviews
For Blackwood & the four Reviews
I'ryfients to he viade in oil cases in advance.
jfony cum. U in the State where itsucd ailllt
r(C: i:cd at j-cr.
A discount of twenty-five per cent, from the
above prices will be allowed to Clubs ordering
four or more copies of any one or more of thu
above works. Thus: Four copies of Blackwood
or of one Review will be sent to one address for
9 ; four copies of the four Reviews and Black
wood for 30 ; and so on.
The postage on these Periodicals has, by the
late lav,-, been reduced, on the average, about
Furfy jiT coif. The following are the present
rates, viz :
For Blackwood's Magazine.
miles, run Qriit.
Any distance not exceeding 500
Over 500 and not exceeding'? 1500
Over 1500 and not exceeding 2500
For a Eeview.
Any distance not exceeding 5X
Over 500 and not exceeding 1500
Over 1500 and not exceeding 2500
At these rates no objection should be made,
as heretofore, to receiving the works by mail,
and thus ensuring their speedy, safe, and regular
5" Remittances and communications 6hould
be alwavs addressed, post-paid, to the Publish
ers, LEONARD SCOTT & CO.,
70 Fulton Stheet, New York,
Entrance 54 Gold Etreet.
N. B. L. S. & Co., have recently published,
and have now for sale the "FARMERS G I'lDir'
by Henry Stephens of Edinburg, and Trof. Mor
ton of Yale college, New Haven, complete in 2
vols., royal octavo, containing 1C00 pages, 14
steel and 000 wood engravings. Trice, in mus
lin binding, G ; in paper covers, for the mail,
If A 2V K I A G II O T S E,
BRYAN, GLEIM & CO.
OFFICE on Allegheny 6trcet, nearly opposite
the Post Office, Hollidaysburg, Pa.
Interest will be paid on money deposited, as
Three month deposits, at the rate of 3 per
cent per annum ; six month deposits, at the i ate
of 3 J per cent per annum : nine month deposits
at tne rate ot 1 per cent per annum , twelve
month deposits, at the rate of A cr cent per
Drafts cn the cities, for sale in sums to suit
the purchasers, and collections made upon any
point at low rates.
August 8, 1850. 44-tf
ONCE HOSE and for the Last Time.
Am all persons indebted informed that the
booke of the Lte firm of Litzinger & Todd are
in the haads 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 iu the hand
of the proper oSiccrs for collection.
Ebensburg, March 4th, 1852. 20-Ct.
"Whereas my wife Mary has left my bed and
board without just cause or provocation, the pub
lic is hereby notified that I will pay no debts
contracted by her after this date.
Summerhill tp. April 1st, 1S52.-24 St
Valuable Property for Sale.
Two lots of ground in the borough of Blairs
ville, adj ommg the M. E. Church, and near tho
depot of the branch llailroad, on which aro
erected a two story brick dwelling house, wa-di
house, smoke house, stable and all necessary
out buildings. There is a well of excellent wa
ter, and a good selection of fruit trees on the
Also, a lot adjoining the above on which is
erected a two story log house.
Also, Several lots adjoining the above pro
perty on the east side, now in grass and suitable
for meadow or pasture. The above will be sold
separately or together as may suit purchasers.
Possessiou will be given in three months from
date of sale. Title indisputable.
For further particulars inquire of D. W. Lewis
or J. B. Craig. Ebensburg. Cambria Co., Pa.
ALEXANDER THOMPSON, d-fstr
April 1, 1852 24-3m.
The Apalachian will please copy three months
and send bill to this office.
rCA asserted nilis for sale at the st-n-e ef
VJ GEO. J. ECrGEKS.