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Xrciurer? Sale of Unseated lauds
and lots in amun.i
A. i., .
I Bees J. Lloyd, Treasurer of Cambria Co.,
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in pur
uance of the several acta of Assembly of saia
Jommonwealth, directing the time and manner
f .elling unseated lands for taxes.. Do JI"
fine Xolice, that the following senbed tract,
ff unseated lands and lots of ground in the said
. bounty of Cambria, or such part thereof may
necessary to pay "VXed for
Aereon for one year or more, will to oucreu jur
l a th Court House, in the Borough of
Ebensburg, on the Second Monday, (being the
14th day, ) of June next, and continue by adjourn
ment, from day to dy, until the whole be sold
SrUch arrearage of taxes, and costs necessa
rily accruing thereon.
Names of "Warrantees or Owners.
ICO James C McGuire
300 Mary II annum
41 44 Abraham White
CO John Triester
124 Joseph Field (part)
105 Caleb llannum
425 29 Elenor C Heistor
100 Joseph Fields
120 Heirs of AV alter Elder
62 Bobert Whitehead:
100 Hugh F. Storm
183 10 Warren Hannum
315 19 Rufus Hannum
K James Myers
315 93 James Means
44 James Magellan.
100 J Jordan (part)
198 Jacob Fronhiser
344 Joseph Belozler
430 110 Saml Dilworth
87.3- Ghaales- DilwoEth
154 James Ash
154 "William Brodell
154 "William Barton
154 Samuel Bethel
154 Pete Benson
154 George Bickhaiu,
154 Jehu Caldwell
154 Jacob Cox
SI Andrew Eppl
154 John Fi3he
154 John Fenno
154 William Frambarger
154 Exekiel Farmer
154 Andrew Grayden
25 Ebcaezcr Hazzard
21 Joha Harrison
154 David Jackson
154 Henry Kepple
154 John Miller of Martia
154 Joseph Miller
154 WilRam Trimbl
70 S II Smith
153 William Smith A in Blair caanty 30.37
153 John Singet
153 Lewis AY elf
153 William Wilt
Wm M Biddle
John Mitch el
153 Wra Bradritlge
154; John Bannon
15 4 William Carey
151 John K Smith
154 Joha Vanast
Halo a Hutchison.
15 Jacob Sbrinkcr
153 Joseph Grey
153 Robert Evans
153 George Bickham
40 Jacob Burns
134 George Horner
Simon Litzinger's Heirs
112 George Shrum
John G Browne
King & Storm
105 Charles Smith
126 Richard Smith
23 Richard John
141 John Hayden
25 John Teeter
21 J Callen
54 Wm Clark
140 J Eerr
bo Adam Ream
17 Thomas Yickroy
9 Peter Bortniau
George R Sboup
Geo S King
hung- & ShoenbcrgCB
K Yickroy & Jnc. Livergood
P20 Hugh Roberts
64 Daniel1, llees
Storm. & Xing
Wm M Smith
131 Joha Incholsox
330 Richard toniitn
488 Charles Smith
440 William Smith
440 William Smith M D
200 Isaac Jones
441 Robert Irwin
439 120 John x.berman
440 80 Isaac Brannou
443 . 131 Jacob Goughaaour
370 40 Israel Jones
383 40 John Thompson
419 120 John Musser
441 81 William Smith
440 Jerry Jackson
220 William Clark
324 150 Peter Shoenberger
439 80 Jacob Nagle
439 80 Henry Woods
439 80 James Dalton
439 80 James Searight
316 10 Isaih Jones
31 ft James Rhey
200 Patrick Cassiday
200 Martin Fess
160 Patrick M'Coy
306 04 James Whitehead
355 Leonard Lasher
81 Thomas Jackson
50 50 James Johns
1 28 James Magehan
439 80 George Cutwalt
50 4 Samuel Leech (part)
150 Peter West
100 Henry Gillen
2S00 Arant Sonmaa
194 Caleb Dilworth
400 Frederick Hhiton
382 42 Nicholas West
233 40 William John (part)
201 43 Francis John (part)
80 43 John Oneill
433 324 Robert Atkins
433 153 John Martin
398 Win Spayed
433 153 James Thompson
216 156 Thomas Town
433 153 William Yard
462 104 William Grey
106 35 Richard Seely (part)
261 80 William Grey
433 133 George Hill
433 153 Cadwalader Evans
433 153 Timothy Paxton
433 153 Thomas Stewartson
433 153 William Sansoin
433 153 George Peddle
433 153 John Clark
377 106 James Hunter
30 Thomas L Moore
333 Ann McMurtrie
200 James Craig
210 Joseph Ashmead
25 Owen Jones
300 James McMurtrie
360 John Brown
319 John Servoss
350 Thos. Murgatroid
Borough of Johnstown.
106 & 107
108 109 110
40 & 91
T Reily 1.25
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 Couimifsioners agreeably to the
act of Assembly of April 29, 1844.
307 Silas iMoore 26.79
50 AlexMcKeever ' 3.82
322 Joseph Conrad fc Co 37.70
100 Michael Donegan 1.80
332 Rich Adams 4.85
100 James Adams 146-i
93 Francis Huber 1.36
380 McGuire &; McDermit 5.32
299 do do 4.32
1052 James Ross 23.09
406 do 5.93
'l58 do 2.30
200 do 2.14
358 do 5.23
300 do 1.38
500 do 7.48
100 do 1.4G1
t Jackson Township.
100 David Caldwell 5.08
40 Alex Brown 2.61
3 William McGregor 83
50 William Cameron 2.41
50 Thomas Rager 1.00
100 Thomas Bracken 4.93
415 Elizabeth Garmau 12.35
120 David Stewart 5.93
50 Teter Brennaman 02
40 William Brown 2.57
300 Charles Murray 10.08
50 Wrilliam Clark 1.25
140 John Eagan 4.75
80 John Murray Esq 3.12
12 John Plummcr Jr 78
100 Thomas Patterson estate 4.52
3 Philip Riley 4.53
220 John McFarland 4.30
200 Joseph Troxel 2.10
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.
J0NES & THOMAS.
Ebensburg, Oct. 23, 1851 2-tf
We have come to the determination to sell
goods at cash prices, without putting oa any ex
tra profit us 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 note 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
thoso who purchase for cash wc will always
make a difference of six per cent., except flour
and bacon, which most always b nett cash,
without credit to any one.
JOHN IVORY & SON-
Summit, November 20, 1851.
)INE lumber, joint and lap shingles at the
iuiuuci- ynruoi J. AlOOPe.
a 1 lass, Oils, Paints uud Drugs of all k!
i J. Moore
Head ! Bead! ?hat Kier's
PETROLEUM, OR ROCK' OIL,
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. Kier, Canal Basin, Seventh st., Pitts
The healthful balm from Nature's secret spring,
The bloom of health, and life, to man will bring;
As trom 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. KIER.
"I had been afflicted several years with i
soreness of both eyes, which continued to increase
until last September, (1850,)the inflammation at
that time having involved the whole lining mem
brane of both eyes, and ended in a deposite of t
thick film, which wholly destroyed my sight. I
had an operation performed, and the thickeniig
removed, which soon returned and left me in ns
bad a condition as before.- At this stage of the
complaint, I made application to several of tht
most eminent medical men, who informed nc
that "my eyes would never get well." At tlds
time I could not distinguish any object. By tha
advice of some friends, I commenced the use of
the 1 etroleum, both internally and locally, under
wnicn my eys have improved daily until th
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. 102, Second Street, in this city, and will be
happy to give any information in relation to my
case. WILLIAM HALL."
Pittsburg, Sept. 17, 18-51.
Another Letter reccommending'thaPelroleuni.
Nkwville, Cumberland Co. Pa.
Mr. Kieb. : Dear Sir Having been appointed
by your travelling agent, when along last, agents
. . READ!!!
. Youth and Manhood. A vigorous life, or a
r PREMATURE DEATH.
; Siiiikelin on Scir 1'rescrvatioii.
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 sedentnrv nn.l
baneful habits to all who in addition to decli
ning physical energy, are the victims of nervous
and mental debility, and of moping and melan
choly despondency. Dr. K. would say
R EA D THIS HOOK.
. 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. 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
BIa Persons at a distance may address Dr.
K. by letter, (postpaid) and be cured at home.
Packages of medicines, directions, &c, for
warded, by sending a remittance, and put up
secure from damage or curiosity.
July 81, 1851. -ly.
Adams & Co.'s Express.
i Ivor & Son, agents at the Summit, Cambria
iounty, Pa., will receive and forward packages
'or Philadelphia, Pittsburg, and nil intermediate
Maces. Money or valuable articles receipted
for and sent to any point on the line of railroad.
March 11, 1852.
Great Attraction and Cheap Bargains ! f
I The undersigned respectfully inform the citi
zens or bumnutville, and vicinity, that thev
13 L , . . . ..... , i.i.iv
for the sale of your Petroleum, and feariri"- it Just received from Philadelphia and New
might not sell rapidly, inasmuch as so much 101 a large ana wcu seiectea assortment
worthless trash is sold by travelling agents, we
only took two boxes from him, which has all been
ally to answer the various purposes lor which it
has been recommended we thought we wouldjw, and thof 1onnfts and rfim Leaf Hals! a
order of you about four boxes more, as there is, larnt and extemiv, aortMMit nf lhJr,
Queensware, Looking Glasses, Clocks and Liquors
still a erreat demiiml fnr it
In regard to the efiicacy of your Petroleum,
we might add, that in every instance, without!
exception, where it has been tried, it was found
to give immediate relief, particularly for pains
m tne nmts, back, &c., resulting from Bilious;
Intermitting t ever, which prevailed in this sec
tion to a very great extent, and invariably was
followed by pains and swelling in tb limbs.
Your Petroleum, in these cases, (without excep-
; c j . . i t - f
jr us ivuuu 10 ie lLunitui.tie reiiei.
Yours most respectfully,
A Bad Case of Inflammatory Rheumatism.
The following extracts are from a letter re
ceived from a young gentleman of Middleburg
Summit County, Ohio. They are attested bj
Charles Beldeu and Dr. Elijah Curtis, of th4
Mr. Kieb: Dear Sir Gratitude compels me
to express my thanks lor the discovery of yo
invaluable medicine. I was afflicted with tint
awful and disheartening disease, the Inflamma
tory Rheumatism, on the 21st of September last,
whilst I was in Cleveland; and was broupkt
home from that place to Middleburg, where 1 ly
on my back for over two months. For thne
weeks of this time, I was in the most intense
suffering and agony. I lay with my limbs in
one position, and could not stir a muscle, nu
have my bed changed. My screams could be
heard all over the neighborhood, so intense wus
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. I used
altogether but two bottles and a half, and am
now well. I can get any number of persons to
testify to the above facts, if necessary.
FREDERICK II. BLECKER.
Egg-For Sale by F. K1TTELL, Ebensburg, Pa
N. E. Corner of third and Market Streets.
Established in 1810. Now incorporated by the
Legislature of Pennsylvania with Collegiate
Powers and Priviliges.
Faculty. President, P. DUFF, Professor of
Book-keeping and Commercial Sciences.
N. B. HATH, Esq., Professor 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 of this establishment
an experience in training others for the count
ing-house possessed by but few teachers of
Book-keeping in the country, and all who as
pire to the highest rank as accountants are re
quested to call and examine his credentials from
upwards of onehundred Bankers, Merchants and
Accountants in this city, as also the emphatic
recommendations of the American Institute,
the Chamber of Commerce and many of the
leading Merchants, Bankers and Bank Officers
of the city of New York, appended to his North
American Accountant, and Western Steamboat
For terms apply to V. Duff at the College.
May2fJ, 1851 3S-ly.
1. r.m r . ,. 1. .4 . . . 1 1 . . i .
Tills is not lnfun !
We want money, particularly that which has
been due for some time. Will those indebted to
us please call ana 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 accounts. 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.
Tbebook3 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
JOHN IVORY & SON.
Summit, March II, 1852. tf.
Commission and Forwarding.
After the 10th inst., we will be obliged to pay
Penna. Railroad C. freights upon the delivery
of merchandise; therefore, persons receiving
goods by that line will p;iy us the freight before
the goods are taken away. The same rule will
b observed with eanal freight when we have to
pay on delivery. Bills lading should always bo
furnished us to avoid losses of packages. Here
after we will charge the following commissions :
Z cents per 100 lbs., oa all goods left in our
care on side track; 5 cents per 100 lbs. when
we handle or store goods, or check lheni off and
receipt for them. Good3 remaining in warehouse
over ten days will pay extra storage. On all
freight not paid when goods are taken away, we
will charge three per cent, for collecting.
All outstanding amounts due ns as freights
we would like to have paid immediately:
J- IVORY L SON-
Summit. March. IT. 135i.
of all kind. Also a heavy f-tock of Groceries.
Drugs, and a variety of all other articles needed
in a country store, all of which they will sell
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 indueemeet 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 lor
JAS. M'COLGAN S CO.
JAS. 31'COI.CAX, r-ETEK HOUUIIERTT.
Summit June 2G, 1851 37-ly.
DO 2VOT PASS IIV
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, ZAIIM, & Co.
JAS. Ml'EItAT, G. C. K. ZAIIM, JNO. MIB11AT, ESQ.
MURRAY & ZAIIM,
Thankful for past favors, invite their old CU3
timers to call and see the stock of Murray,
Zahm & Co., and they will be dealt with as
July 10, 1851.
Last ami Final IVo ice
All persons indebted by note, book account,
or otherwise, to the late firm of Eiffel & Humph
reys, and John Humphreys, are requested to call
on either of the undersigned on or before the
10th day of May next and settle their respective
accounts. Those who neglect this notice, will,
after the above time, find their accounts in the
hands of proper officers for collection.
JAMES M. RIFFEL.
Summitville, Apr. 8. 1852.
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 Flour,
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, 1852.
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 eell cheaper than the cheapest.
GEO. J. R0DGERS.
May 8, 1851 GO-tf
200 Barrels prime concmaugh salt just recei
ved aub 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 Large quantity of Duneanuon Nails and
Spikes, front 3 to 5 inches, for salo at Moore's
40 Barrels Concmaugh Salt for sale by
Rice, Star and Mould Candles just receivad
and for sale by
Till WORLD'S FAIR.
New Storo and Cheap Bargains.
The undersigned would inform' their friends
and the public, that they have opened a
new store nt Plane No. 2, A. P. R. R- in the room
formerly occupied by John ong, where will be
kept constantly on hand, and sold at low prices,
the following goods : Cloths, Cassimeres, Tweeds,
Satinetts, Ginghams, Vtstings, Calicoes, Muslins,
Silks, Satins, Lawns, Alpaccas, Bombazines, Bar
eges, Mous de Laines, Lustres, Shawls, Ribbons,
Buttons, Gloves, Jlotritry, Laces, TJtread, Sc., S;c.
ALSO, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
Umbrellas, J'arasols, and Bonnets. Also, a large
stock of Coffee, Sugar, Tea, Queensware, Hard
ware and Cutlery, Books and Stationary.
FLOUR, BACON, CHEESE, BTJTTEE,
tEggs, Fish, Salt, Tobacco, igars, &c. All of
fhich they are prepared to sell at cheap rates,
and invite the attention of buyers to their stock
of goods, confident that they can and will sell
tnem 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 3 0U want to be supplied.
JOHN G. GIVEN & Co.
Tlane No. 2. A. P. R. R.
March 13, 1851. ly j
Great British Quarieri
Important Reduction in the rf . .
EOXARD SCOTT 4 CO
0. 54 COLD STREET., xEw
Continue to publish the following JvR'
nodical, viz; ias nt j,
THE LONDON QUARTERLY RrVlr,- "
servativeV HIW ,r .
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW nn v '
. ..mini IIilllMl J(i. IPU-
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW i?'
Wholesale and Ilctll
TIN, COPPER, AND SHEET-IRON,
The subscriber adopts this method of return
ng thanks to his friends and the public gener
ally, for the liberal rmtronae-e herrtnfV.rp hit,.-a-
ed upon him, and begs leave to inform them that
ne nas enlarged ins business, and now keeps
conbiantiy on nana a Jarge supply of every va
riety of Tinware, Stove Pipe, Dripping Pans,
Zinc Boilers, Coal Buckets, Tea Kettles, .jr.,
which he will sell, wholesale or retail,, us Ivw as
any other establishment in the coaiitrv-
He is also prepared to manufacture Suonting
for houses, at the 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 and pewter, taken
in exchange for ware.
The undersigned hopes, by a strict attention
to business, to receive a liberal share of public
patronage. i.tUKUE HARNCAME.
Ebensbnrg, Feb. 20, 1851. tf
THE 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 Ebensburg, formerly
kept by James Rhey, and known heretofore as
the "Washington Hotel," where he will be much
pleased to accommodate all those who may favor
him with their patronage, and will use every
exertion to make their stay pleasant and agree
able. Ilis Table will be furnished with everything
the market affords, and in the selection of Wines
and Liquors, the most approved brands will be
purchased. Ilis Stables are large, and will be
attended by a careful hosthr.
Persons wishing to visit any section of the
county will be furnished with a conveyance.
ANDREW J. RHEY.
Ebensburg, June 1, 1850. 33-tf
Fofeit 1Iuuter wU forfeit &50, if
VJ v o cure any caw of secret disease
that may come under his care, no matter how
long standing or affliction. Either Sex are in
vited to hi3 Private Room, 38 North Seventh
street, Philadelphia, without fear of interrup
tion by other patients. Strangers aud others
who have been unf ortunate in the selection of a
physician are invited to call. Those who have
injured themselves by solitary vice are also in
viteL Read and Reflect. The afflicted would do
well to reflect before trusting their health, hap
piness, and in many cases their lives, in the
hands of physicians, ignorant of this class of
maladies. It is certainly impossible for one man
to understand all the ills the human family are
subject to. Every respectable physician has his
peculiar branch, iu which he is more successful
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
organs, together with ulcers upon the body,
throat, nose or legs, pains in the head or bones,
mei-curial rheumatism, strictures, gravel, irreg
ularities, disease arising from youthful excesses
or impurities of the blood, whereby the consti
tution has become enfeebled, enables the Doctor
to offer Speedy Relief to all who uay place
themselves under his care.
May 1, 1851.-ly.
.cw Chair 31amtlactory.
The citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity are
informed that the very place to purchase
CHAIRS, SETTEES, SOCIABLES, AND STOOLS,
of the best manufacture and most elegant finish,
and at lower prices than at any other establish
ment in the county, is at the new chair manu
factory, in the shop formerly occupied by David
GLAZING, HOUSE and SIGX PAIXTIXG
executed in the best manner and latest style.
JOHN L. STOUGH.
Ebensburg, Nov. 27, 1851. Cm.
30 Barrels of Mackeral for sale by
. J. IVORY &. SON.
resh Shad, Mackerel, aud Salmon, for sale at
The subscriber begs leave to inform the rub
lie generally, that he has removed his Saddle and
Harness Kstablishment, to Jefferson, Cambria
county, where he will be pleased to see his old
friends and all others wanting anything in his
line or business. Jle intends keeping constantly
vu xuiuu. u xiirge stocik. 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 wnall profits on his work, to merit and re
ceive a Lberal share 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 nopeu tnat this notice will not be neglected
100,000 lbs of Wool by J. MOORE.
Star, Sperm and Mould
at the Brick Store of
Candles for sale
Neatly and expeditiously executedat this Office
IIISKEY, White Lead, and Linseed Oil,
for sale by J. Moore.
it;v. . .
BLACK WOODS EDINBURGH xt.
(Tory.) lkUU MACA2l.'t
inese n-prmts have nowbeen in
operation in this country for -"M
their circulation is constantly ounl""' i
notwithstanding the competition ther ttt
from American periodieals of asir
from- numerous Eclectics ni Maa7:'r ciLi
y i,u joreign periodical ;
fact shows clearly the high estim 1
they are held by the intelligent Sin
and affordsa guarantee that thovarp ?ubn.
on a firm basis, and will be cont:nLUl!Ul"l
interruption. uca :thoat
Although these works are ditm 1 ,
political shades above indicated vj l tk'
portion of their contents is devVtJ . SBl
subjects. It is their literary S ,
gives them their chief TalM J ? L:
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their class. Blackwood, still nadw jXlnk fit
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