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Treasurer's Sale of TL'nsealed lands
and lots in taiuuna uutj,
A. !., 1S52.
I. Rees J. Lloyd, Treasurer of Cambria Co.,
in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in pur
suance of the several acts of Assembly of said
Commonwealth, directing the time ami nianner
of selling unseated lands for taxes. Do Hereby
Give Xotice, that the following described tracts
of unseated lands and lots of ground m the said
county of Cambria, or such part thereof as may
be necessary to pay arrearages of taxes due
thereon for one year or more, will be oflered for
sale at the Court House, m the Borough of
Ebensburg, on the Second Monday, (being the
14th day,) of June next, and continue by adjourn
ment roni day to day, until the whole be sold
for such arrearage of taxes, and costs neccssa
rily accruing thereon.
Names of 'Warrantees or Owners.
James C McGuire
Joseph Field (part)
Elenor C lleistor
Heirs of Walter Elder
Hugh F. Storm
J Jordan (part)
154 William Brodell
154 William Barton
154 Samuel Bethel
154 Feter Benson
154 George Bickhani
154 John Caldwell
154 Jacob Cox
154 Thomas Easb.
81 Andrew Epple
154 John Fisher
154 John Fenno
154 William Frambarger
154 Ezekiel Farmer
Andrew Gray den
154 Henry Kepple
154 John Miller of Martin
154 Joseph Miller
154 AViliiam Trimble
70 S H Smith
153 William Seargent
153 William Smith Jin Blair county 30.37
153 John Singer
153 Lewis Wolf
153 William Wilt
Win M Biddle
153 Wm Bradridge
154 John Bannon
154 William Carey
154 John It Smith
154 John Vanast
153 Jacob Shrinker
153 Joseph Grey
153 Robert Evans
Simon Litzinger's Heirs
t 9 J
John G Browne
King & Storm
141 John Hayden
25 John Teeter
85 Adam Ream
47 Thomas Yickroy
8 Teter Bortman
George R Shoup
Geo S King
King & Shoenberger
E Vickroy & Jac. Livergood
120 Hugh Roberts
64 Daniel Rees
Storm & King
Wm M Smith
131 John Nicholson
William.Smith M D
120 John Eberman
80 Isaac Brannon
131 Jacob Goughanour
40 Israel Jones
40 John Thompson
120 John Musser
81 William Smith
150 Peter Shoenberger
80 Jacob Naglo
80 Henry Woods
80 James Dalton
80 James Searight
10 Isaih Jones
04 James Whitehead
60 James Johns
28 James Magehan
80 George Cutwalt
4 Samuel Leech (P"")
Henry Gill en
42 Nicholas West
40 William John (part)
43 Francis John (part)
4t$ John Oneill
324 Robert Atkina
153 John Martin
153 James Thompson
156 Thomas Town
153 William Yard
104 William Grey
35 Richard Seely (part)
80 William Grey
133 George Hill
153 Cadwalader Evans
153 Timothy Paxton
153 Thomas" Stewartson
153 AViliiam Sansom
106 James Hunter
Thomas L Moore
Borough of Johnstown.
106 & 107
10S 109 110
40 & 91
At the same- time and place, the following
seated Lands and Lots of ground on which the
taxes remain unpaid, and which have been re
turned to the Commissioners agreeably to the
307 Silas xMoore 26.79
50 AlexMcKeever 3.82
322 Joseph Conrad & Co 37.70
100 Michael Donegan 1.80
332 Rich Adams 4.85.1
100 James Adams 1461
93 Francis lluber 1.36
380 McGuire & McDermit 5.32
299 do do 4.32
1052 James Ross 23.09
406 do 5.93
158 do 2.30
200 do 2.14
358 do 5.23
300 do 4.38
500 do 7.48
100 do 1.401
100 David Caldwell 5.08
40 Alex Brown 2.61
3 William McGregor 83
50 AViliiam Cameron 2.41
50 Thomas Rager 1.00
100 Thomas Bracken 4.93
415 Elizabeth Garman 12.35
120 David Stewart 5.93
50 Teter Brennaman 62
40 William Brown 2.57
300 Charles Murray 10.08
50 William Clark 1.25
140 John Eagan 4.75
80 John Murray Esq 3.12
12 John Plummer Jr 78
100 Thomas Patterson estate 4.52
3 Philip Riley 4.53
229 John McFarland 4.30
200 Joseph Troxel 2.10
NEW STORE AT THE OLD STAND!!
rriTIE subscriber has opened at the well known
1 store room, formerly occupied by Johnston
Moore, a general and well selected assort
ment of new goods, consisting of everything
that is generally kept in country stores, which
have been purchased in such a way as to enable
him to sell as cheap if not cheaper than any
other in the country. Those not satisfied of the
truth of this, can call and see for themselves.
In making his bow once more to his friends, he
assures them that he willcharge them nothing
for seeing his goods ; come and examine for
Cash and country produce taken in exchange
for goods. WILLIAM DAVIS.
November 20th, 1851.
Are now being conferred, in the shape oq
good eating, drinking, lodging, $'., $-., by the
subscriber, at the
Foot of Plane No. -4, A. P. R. R.
Jan. 1, 185213.
OOL, Butter, and all kinds of Grain,
taken in exchange for goods at
J. Moore's store.
IIISKEY, White Lead, and Linseed Oil,
for sale by - J. Moore.
ust received by J. Moore, 8 doz best double
ajUFP MERCANTILE COLLEGE.
Pittsburg, Pa. .
N. E. Corner of third and Market Streets.
Established in 1840. Now incorporated by the
Legislature of Pennsylvania with Collegiate
Powers and Privileges.
Faculty. President, P. DUFF, Professor of
Book-keeping and Commercial Sciences.
N. B. HATH, Esq., Prolessor ;of Mercantile
JOHN D. WILLIAMS, the most accomplish
ed penman west of the mountains, Professor of
Upwards of 18 years experience in the most
extensive foreign and domestic shipping busi
ness gives the proprietor ot this establishment
an experience in training others lor the count
ing-house possessed by but few teachers of
Book-keeping in the country, and all who as
pire to the Inchest rank as accountants are re
quested to call aud examine his credentials from
upwards of one hundred Bankers, Merchants and
Accountants in this city, as also tua cmpnauc
recommendations of the American Institute,
the Chamber of .Commerce and many of the
leading Merchants, Bankers and Bank Officers
of the city of New York, appended to his North
American Accountant, and estern fcteaniuoai
For terms apply to P. Duff at the College.
May 29, 1851 33-ly.
IVcw aud Clicap Goods!!
The subscriber has received at Lis store room
in the Borough of Loretto, a large and splendid
stock of fall and winter goods, which he is de
termined to 6ell at very reduced prices.
His stock consists in part of cloths, plain and
fancy casinieres, satinetts, tweeds, overcoating,
French, German, and English morinos, Bay State
and other long- shawls, cashmeres, de laines,
plaids, ginghams, prints, muslins, linens, &c.
Huts, cais, boots, and shoes of all kinds and
sizes. Hardware queensware, books and station
ary, paints, oils, drugs and patent medicines.
Also a well selected stock of groceries, nth, tar,
tobacco, and salt bv the band.
Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for
roods, and cash always welcome. Remember if
you want bargains to call at the place where
goods will be sold cheap. P. SI1IELS.
Loretto, Nov. 13, 1801.
WE the undersigned have tins day asso-
tr f.idtpil with ourselves, in ine .1ercanu1e
business, &c, JOHN MCEIUA, Esq. The
stvle of the firm will hereafter be known as
Murray, Zahm 3c Co.
MURRAY & ZAHM.
May 10, 1851.
Delays are dangerous!
A LL persons indebted to the subscribers,
2 SL are once more requested to call and settk
their accounts, and give their notes, if they
cannot discharge their claims, as we are ex-
tremely anxious to close our iiooh.s, uu 01
three years standing. Should this notice be
neglected this time, we will be compelled to
leave their accounts in the hands of a Justice
MURRAY & ZAHM.
May 15, 1851 31-tf.
NEW CLOTHING STOKE!
The subscriber informs the citizens of Cambria
county that he has opened a store at the Summit,
next door to the post office, where he will keep
on hand a large and extensive assortment of
ready made clothing, consisting of over coats,
sacks, hangups, vests, pantaloons, shirts, &c, o
all sorts and fcizcf, made in the latest fetyle ana
most approved manner. Also on hand a large
selection of boots, shoes, hats, caps, &c. These
goods he is determined to sell low for cash, and
he is persuaded that he can outsell the cheapest.
Call and see the goods.
SummitviUe, Oct. 30, 1851. Gm.
NEW SHOE STORE!
Persons wishing to purchase Shoes, Boots and
Slippers, at low prices, will find it to their ad
vantage to call at the new shoe store, four doors
east of Milton Robert's Hotel, where they will
find a large and well selected stock of Ladies'
French and American Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
and also Men's and Boys' Boots and Shoes.
Boots and shoes made to order in the neatest
and best manner.
JONES & THOMAS.
Ebensburg, Oct. 23, 1851 2-tf
We have come to the determination to sell
goods at cash prices, without putting on any ex
tra profit as 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
derstanding, and will expect all accounts to be
settled by payment or noto at the end of six
months, and these terms will be rigidly adhered
to. By doing business in this manner, we hope
to sell more goods, and at cheaper rates. To
those who purchase for cash we will always
make a difference of six per cent., except flour
and bacon, which must always be nett cash,
without credit to any one.
JOHN IVORY & SON.
Summit, November 20, 1851.
Tills is 11 oj iufuu !
We want money, particularly that which has
been due for some time. Will those indebted to
us please call and settle their accounts during
this month and pay us all they can. Our books
must be settled, and until they are, we must po
sitively refuse to add any thing more to long
standing account?. Experience proves that in
doing a credit business, if you leave accounts
run over six months or a year, that there is diffi
culty in settling.
The books of the 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 those
indebted do not call and pay their accounts by
JOnN IVORY & SON.
Summit, March 11, 1852. tf.
Commission and Forwarding.
After the lGth inst., we will be obliged to pay
Penna. Railroad Co. freights upon the delivery
of merchandise ; therefore, persons receiving
goods by that line will pay 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
furnished us to avoid losses of packages. Here-
aiter we will cnarge tne lollowing commissions :
34 cents per 100 lbs., on all goods left in our
care on side track ; o cents per 100 lbs. when
we handle or store goods, or check lhem off and
receipt for them. Goods remaining in warehouse
over ten days will pay extra 6torage. On all
freight not paid when goods are taken away, we
will charge three per cent, for collecting.
All outstanding amounts due na as freights
we would like to have paid immediately.
J. IVORY & SON.
Summit, March 11, 1852.
I)INE lumber, joint and lap shingles at the
lumber yardof J. Moore.
lass, Oils, Paints and Drugs of all kinds
at J. Moore's.
50 Kegs of Nails on hand, and for sale by
J. IVORY & SON.
Youth and Manhood. A vigorous life, or a
Klnkelin on Sell Preservation.
ONLY 25 CENTS.
This Book, just published, is filled with useful
information, on 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, are the victims of nervous
aud mental debility, and of moping and melan
choly despondency. Dr. K. would 6ay
READ THIS 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.
Bgi, A remittance of 25 cents, enclosed in a
letter, prepaid, addressed to Dr. Kinkelin, N. W.
corner of Third and Union Streets, between
Spruce and Pine, Philadelphia, will ensure a
book, under envelope, per return of mail.
He who places himself under the care of Dr.
K., may religiously confide in his honor as a gen
tleman, and confidently rely upon his skill as a
Bfi- Persons at a distance may address Dr.
K. by letter, (post paid) and be cured at home.
Packages of medicines, directions, &c, for
warded, by sending a remittance, and put up
seeure from damage or curiosity.
July 31, 1851.-ly.
Adams & Co.'s Express.
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 receipted
tor and sent to any point on the line of railroad.
March 11, 1852.
Great Attraction and Cheap Bargains ! !
The undersigned respectfully inform the citi
zens of SummitviUe, and vicinity, that they
have just received lrom Philadelphia and New
York, a large and well selected assortment o
of the latest and most fashionable styles, con
sisting of a large and well selected assortmen
of Dry Goods, Made up Clothing, Hats, Caps
Boots and shoes, Bonnets and 1'alm Leaf Hats, a
large and extensive assortment of Hardware,
Queensware, Looking Glasses, Clocks and Liquors
of all kinds. Also a heavy stock of Groceries,
Drugs, and a variety of all other articles needed
in a country store, all of which they will cell
exceedingly cheap for cash or in exchange for
approved country produce.
Please remember the New Store and give us
a call, as we feel sanguine that our prices and
quality of goods will be an induccmeet to per
sons who want bargains. Good goods and
moderate profits is our motto, and we consider
it no trouble to show goods, ash paid for
JAS. M'COLGAN & CO.
JAS. m'colgak, peter Dougherty.
Summit June 26, 1851 37-ly.
DO IVOT PASS 15 Y
The two Big Doors if you want Cheap Goods !!
As the subscribers have just received and are
now offering to the public, a large and exten
sive assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES,
BONNETS, and in fact all such articles as 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.
Call and examine our stock beforepurchasing
MURRAY, ZAHM, & Co.
JAS. MCBRAT, O. C. K. ZAUM, JNG. MURRAY, ESQ.
MURRAY & ZAHM,
Thankful for past favors, invite their old cus
timers to call and see the stock of Murray,
Zahm & Co., and they will be dealt with as
July 10, 1851.
Keyitone Mutual Life Insurance Company,
Established at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania,
March 4, 1850.
The assured participate in all the profits of the
The undersigned has been appointed agent
for the above company fur this county, and can
be found at his oflice, opposite the court house.
R. L. JOHNSTON.
Ebensburg, May 8, 1851.
The subscriber would respectfully inform his
friends that he has received at the sign of the
Grocery Store, a general assotment of Groceries
and Confectionaries, consisting in part of Hour,
Bacon, Fish, Cheese, Vinegar, Rio and Java Cof
fee, Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Prunes, Dates,
Citron, . Currants, Preserves, P. Sauce, Catsup,
Lemon Syrup, Crackers, a fine lot of Sugars and
Table Salt, also a superior lot of Segars.
He invites all to give him a call as he will sell
low for Cash.
J. B. CRAIG.
Ebensburg, March 12th, 1S52.
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, dee'd., a large and
general assortment of goods, consisting in part
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
Queensware, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c, all
of which he is determined to sell low either for
cash or approved country produce. He solicit
examination of his stock, and is confident he
can sell cheaper than the cheapest.
GEO. J. RODGERS.
May 8, 1854 30-tf
200 Barrels prime conemaugh salt just recei
ved anb for sale at the store of
J. IVORY & SON.
For the highest prices are paid for hides,
skins and tanner's bark in either trade or cash by
A Larre auantitv of Duncannon Nails and
Spikes, from 3 to 5 inches, for sale at Moore's
40 Barrels Conemaugh Salt for sale by
Rice, Star and Mould Candles just receivad
ana ior saie vy
30 Barrels of Mackeral for sale by
J. IVORY & SON.
resh Shad, Mackerel, and Salmon, for sale at
the store ot J. Moore. m
THE WORLD'S FAIR.
New Store and Cheap Bargains.
hc undersigned would inform their friends
. and the public, that they have opened a
new store at Plane No. 2, A. P. R. II. in the room
formerly occupied by John ong, where will be
kept constantly on hand, and Bold at low prices,
the following goods : Cloths, Caseimeres, Tweedst
Satinetts, Ginghams, Vestings, Calicoes, Muslins,
Silk.-;, Safins, Lawns, Alpaccas, Bombazines, Bar
eges, Mous de Laines, Lustres, Shawls, Ribbons,
Buttons, Gloves, Hosiery, Laces, Thread, .jc, Arc.
ALSO, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
Umbrellas, Parasols, and Bonnets. Also, a large
stock of Coffee, Sugar, Tea, Queensware, Hard
ware and Cutlery, Books and Stationary.
FLOUR, BACON, CHEESE, BUTTER,
Eggs, Fish, Salt, Tobacco, igars, &c. All of
which they are Trepared to sell at cheap rates,
and invite the attention of buyers to their stock
of goods, confident that they can and will sell
them as cheap, and in fact, cheaper, than they
can purchase elsewhere.
Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for
goods, and cash never refused. Call soon, at
the new store, if you want to be supplied.
JOHN G. GIVEN & Co.
Plane No. 2, A. P. R. R.
March 13, 1851. ly
Wholesale and Retail
TIN, COPPEE, AND SHEET-IRON,
MAX IT ACTOR Y.
The subscriber adopts this method of return
ng thanks to his friends and the public gener
ally, for the liberal patronage heretofore bestow
ed upon him, and begs leave to inform them that
he has enlarged his business, and now keeps
constantly on nana a large supply of every va
riety of Tinware, Stove Pipe, Dripping Pans,
Zinc Boilers, Coal Buckets, Tea Kettles, Ac. &c.
which he will sell, wholesale or retail, as low as
any other establishment in the country.
He is also prepared to manufacture Spouting
lor nouses, at tiie shortest notice, and on the
most reasonable terms. Merchants and others
desirous of purchasing bills of ware, are res
pectfully invited to call, as he is prepared to sell
them goods equally as cheap as they can be had
either east or west, and all orders addressed to
him will be promptly attended to.
Job Work of every description, done on the
shortest notice. Old copper aud pewter, taken
in exchange for ware.
The undersigned hopes, by a strict attention
to business, to receive a liberal share of public
patronage. GEORGE HARNCAME.
Ebensbnrg, Feb. 20, 1851. tf
All persons indebted to the late firm of
Lloyd & Litzinger in the Cabinet making busi
ness are requested to make payment before the
first of April. Those who have promised Lum
ber in payment of debts will much oblige us by
bringing it in immediately.
STEPHEN LLOYD, Jr.,
Jan. 22, 1352. 15-tfa.
TIIE undersigned respectfully informs his
friends and the public generally, that he
has rented for a term of years, that large brick
hotel in the Borough of Ebensburc, formerly
kept by James Rhey, and known heretofore as
the "Washington Hotel," where he will be much
pleased to accommodate all those who may favor
him with their patronage, and will use every
exertion to make their stay pleasant and agree
able. His Table will be furnished with everything
the market affords, and in the selection of Wines
and Liquors, the most approved brands will be
purchased. His Stables are large, and will be
attenlel by a careful hoxtlcr.
Persons wishing to visit any section of the
county will be furnished with a conveyance.
ANDREW J. RHEY.
Ebensburg, June 1, 1850. 33-tf
E. S. JOAES & CO.,
CORNER of FOURTH and RACE STREETS,
Philadelphia. Publishers of the Model Archi
tect, by SAMUEL SLOAN, Architect, to be
completed in 24 monthly parts.
The above work is designed to meet the wish
es not only of those directly interested in buil
dings, but of all who desire the advancement of
this noble art in our country, and wish to culti
vate their tastes and acquaintance with architec
ture. The handsome manner in which it is pre
pared and embellished, renders it a tasteful or
nament for the drawing-room, while its accurate
delineations give it the highest practical value.
Nos. 1. 2 s o now ready for delivery.
Vricc 50 cents per number. Address as
above, post paid.
May 1, 1851.-ly.
THIS WAY FOR GOOD AND
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,
logetlier with any quantity of prints, delaines,
lawns, cashmeres, ginghams, lustres and other
ALSO A LARGE
and good assortment of hardware, queensware,
saddlery, clothing, stationary, drugs, sc., ice,
Persons wanting boots and shoes, hats and
caps, or ready made clothing, will find it to their
advantage to call at the
Tha subscriber, thankful for past favors, ear
nestly requests his customers, and the public
generally to at least call and examine his stock;
and if he cannot suit every person in quality
and price it is not his fault. Produce and lum
ber of all kinds taken in exchange for goods;
and he also takes CASH when offered.
Ebensburg, April 28, 1851.
The subscriber begs leave to inform tbe pub
lie generally, that he has removed his Saddle and
Harness Establishment, to Jefferson, Cambria
county, where he will be pleased to see his old
friends and all others wanting anything in his
line of business. He intends keeping constantly
on hand a large stock 01
Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Harness, Whips, &c,
Of all kinds, which he will sell on the most rea
sonable terms for cash or approved country pro
duce. He hopes by strict attention to business
and small profits on his work, to merit and re
ceive a liberal 6hare of the public patronage.
HUGH A. M'COY.
Jefferson, Nov. 21, 1850. 7-tf
N. B. All those indebted to him for Saddlery
&c. whilst located in Ebensburg, are earnestly
requested to call and settle their respective ac
counts. For the purpose of saving trouble, it
is hoped that this notice will not be neglected.
100,000 lbs of Wool by J. MOORE.
Star, Sperm and Mould Candles for sale
at tne lincK etore or J. MOORE.
Sfleatry and expeditiously executed at this Office,
Who want bargains!
EVANS & HUGHES,
Have just received from Philadelphia
clothing store in Ebensburg, a larn. . 8t
of fc saorttoett
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
among which maybe enumerated a fnl 1
cloth, dress, sack and business coats Cf tl uf
quality and most approved etyle bea lcs'
and blanket overcoats of all size's- a l
of satinett and cassimere pantaloona 0fT H
colors and qualities; and a pplendi.J av'
of silk, satin, cassimcre, plain and ranTv
together with every kind of boys' clotLing
fine and coarse shirts, handkerchief F;'v ,.
stocks, umbrellas, and a large ossVi-'i :ru
superior hats, caps, &c., all of which tw!
dispose of on the most reasonable tcrtr. n J
have also on hands a large stock of ci' tl J
simeres and vesting?, which they are 1 Ce'
to make up in the most workmanlike V?TKi
and on the most accommodating terms f0"'
or approved country produce. The tui 8slt
of clothing is made up accordin- t0 t;,!I,S,'k
fashions. c lJie
Having selected their goods with cr-,
and purchased on the lowest cash ter " Cr
are prepared to accomodate their fr' &!
customers with clothing of a ur.Pr; . Mj
and at lower prices than goods of! I V
quality were ever sold in this county slttUia
The public are respectfully hm'ted u, , t
and examine their goods.
November 1, 1851.
Loretto, Cambria County, Penna.
THIS INSTITUTION, in charge of the T
ciscan Brothers, and distant four miles fr
the direct mail route between Philade'r hU 1
Pittsburg, will, on the first Monday in Sertem
ber, be re-opened for the reception of lv:
who will be instructed inanvr.f th t n
branches of an Elementary and Liberal r..Ju"
Reading; Writing; Arithmetic; Engli.'
Grammar: Ancient ami AT
phy; Use of the Globes; Anciem 4
Modern History; Elements of
Philosophy; Book-Keeping; a full cou
of the Mathematics, and of thf
and Latin Classics, tc.
The Annual Tension for Board, Tuition,
Washing, Mending of Linen, and use
of Bedding, (payable half yearly iu
advance,) is, mq f
Postage of Letters, Books andStationcrr f
not furnished by Parents or Guardians, will i'n
an Extra harge, as will also medical attendee
The Scholastic Year, commencing &3 abuve.
will close on the 15th of July fo!lowiEg.
Those remaining at the Institution durinc tL
Summer acation will be charged 12 eitra
Each Pupil must come provided withasuS
cient supply of Summer and Winter ClotLinc
six Shirts, six Pocket Handkerchiefs, six r uirs!'
Stockings, four pairs of Drawers, six IW'
and three pairs of Boots or Shoes.
The healthy location of this Establishment,
together with the picturesque scenery the
varied and extensive prospect all arouaj, w
beneficial to youthful minds must render it
desirable as a place of Education.
The attention of the Brothers to thelrtelloc
tual, Moral and Religious Culture of Dors in
trusted to their care, will be uuremitnTis;
to render that attention effective, the dicii lka
will be exact, yet mild and paternal.
A half yearly account of the health, cocJurt,
and literary progress, of each Pupil, niU te
transmitted to his parent or Guardian.
All letters addressed (post-paid) to the Sr
nor of the Franciscan Monastery, Loretto, Cam'1
county, j a., win receive due attention.
Reference may be made to Rt. Rev. O'Cwnour,
Bisho of p Pittsburg, and Rev. II. T. GallagLer
Loretto, ambria ounty.
August 7, 1851. 13-0m.
S 0 F.feit Dr- lru"ter will forfeit o(, if
)yfailing to cure any case of secret disease
that may come under his care, no matter how
long standing or affliction. Either Sex re in
vited to his Private Room, 08 North Sevevi
street, Philadelphia, without fear of interrup
tion by other patients. Strangers and o;hen
who have been unfortunate in the selection of
physician are invited to call. Those who hae
injured themselves by solitary vice are tho ia
vited. Read and Reflect. The afflicted would da
well to reflect before trusting their health, hap
piness, and in many cases their lives, in ti
hands of physicians, ignorant of this class ci
maladies. It is certainly impossible for one E&a
to understand all the ills the human family a-T
subject to. Every respectable physician hasfcis
peculiar branch, in which he is niore success
than his brother professors, and to that he de
votes most of his time and study.
Years of Practice, exclusively devoted to the
study and treatment of diseases of the sexual
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throat, nose or legs, pains in the heal or bones,
mercurial rheumatism, strictures, gravel, irreg
ularities, disease arisino- fpnm T-nfl.fiil excess
or impurities of the blood, whereby the consti
tution has become enfeebled, enables the DocW
to offer Speedy Relief to all who may p'-
themselves under his care.
May 1, 18.31.-lv-.
friends that they have formed a co-partnerrh:p
in the above business, under the name and firs
of BEYNON & JOHNSTON, and have taken tif
room recently occupied as the Mountain Sen
Office, where they will be happy to see the for
mer natrons nf Lpwis T.i-nnn nn,l ns manvn'
ones as pleas to call. They receive regu!- ?
from New York and Philadelphia tLe lw
minions; ana cannoi ne neaien eiiuci
shape or fit of Coats, Pants or Vests, by
Other Tailors in th rmmtrv. Thev respeettU-J
ask the public to give them a call, and are con
fident their work will recommend itself.
BSL.A11 kinds of country produce taken
exchange for work.
July 17, 1851. tf.
m- --m i ma ....r..r'4nrl'i
The citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity
nformed that the very place to purchase
CHAIRS, SETTEES, SOCIABLES, ASD sT
of the best manufacture and most elc'" bh
and at lower prices than at any other es
ment in the county, is at the new chair &
factory, in the shop formerly occupied t7
Todd, deceased. imtKTIS
GLAZISG, BOUSE and SIGy rAe.
executed in the best manner nJ.lat,c,!rGfl.
JOHN L. tolOtun
Ebensburg, Nov. 27, 1851. Cm-
A fresh arrival of Boots, Shoes, S,r
Hats, aps. Fancy Gimp J F1K?'J'"t:,
Bonnets, Powder, Gun aps, frhot, 7 ' 5u
received this day and for sale at "JJJB
June 26, 1851.
DnnMnnnn nails, class 8 by 10
salmon and mackeral at J- w