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Andrew J. Ehey, Editor.
From the Harrisburg Investigator.
The Allen Law to toe ReTlred.
Gen Scott's hatred of foreigners has long been
known ; and on every occasion that opportunity
presented itself, he has shown his Native Ameri
can sentiments. In 183C he xrns fired with indig
nation, because some poor Irishman happened
to cry out in the street, down with the Natives,
Just as a rowdy Native American would exclaim,
'damn the Tope." So trifling a circumstance
as this roused the mighty wrath of this great
military chieftain, and from that day to the
present he has been boiling over with hatred,
malice, and all uncharitableness against all for
eigners, particularly the poor and unfortunate
class of them. Immediately on hearing this
terrible erg of down with the natives, Gen. Scott
hastened to his parlor, at the Astor House, to
vent his indignation, and there, as ho says him
eelf, in his letter of 1841, he and two friends
drew up an address to the American people, to
disfranchise all foreigners that might, after
that date, come to our shores. That address,
from some cause or other, was never published ;
but wc find the General, in December, 1844,
writing a lengthy communication for the Na
tional Intelligencer, at Washington, over the
signature of Americus, in which he presented
the draft of a law, of which the following is a
1 . To reduce the term of naturalization from
five years to three years.
3. To exclude all aliens forever from the right to
rote in any public elections whatever except,
3. Such aliens as shall have served two years
in the army or navy, who shall thereby be enti
tled to the rights of citizens, including the right
4. Aliens shall be exempted from involuntary
service in the militia, the army or navy, (just
as free Negroes and Indians are.)
5. The law to go into operation b'ix months
after its passage.
These are the provisions of the law which
Gen. Scott proposed to exclude foreigners, and
here follow Borne of the arguments in his com
munication, signed Americus, to sustain it.
Gen. Scott says :
"As to other foreigners, abroad and in exis
tence, or who may hereafter be abroad, what
right would they have, now or in future, to
complain of such a law ? We, already in the
United States, whether Natives, naturalized citi
rens, or aliens, have a great question of national
policy to settle for ourselves and ouroim poster
ity, and we may settle it for the benefit of both
without looking to speculative philanthropy or
liberty, beyond such posterity. We think weare
liberal enough when, in providing for America, we
late the door of admission open to the children of
foreigners, now abroad, who mag hereafter be
BOBX here, without allowing their fathers to
come here and coxern us. We, who alone have
any right to think on the svbject, claim that we can
lest govern ourselves, and the better such government
in meantime, to much the better for the foreigners,
who may hereafter come among us, and for their
American born children."
Here we have Gen. Scott's views in reference
to foreigners in 1844. The terms of naturaliza
tion, to enable them to hold property and claim
the protection of the Government, is to be redu
ced to three years. But the law proposes to
exclude them entirely from voting, vnless they shall
serve WO YEARS IN THE ARMY, and in his
communication he heaps upon foreignerj all
kinds of indignities.
What a mode of conferring political rights on
foreigners ! ! ! Two years service In the army,
the only requisite to confer on them civil rights.
Why, the proposition is monstrous, 'and in the
very face of all the experience of the civilzed
world, and all the warnings of the fathers of
the Republic. In the Ianguaga of the N. Y.
Ilerald, the "restrictions here proposed on foreign
ers are barbaric and despotic ; and their direct ten
dency would le to anarchy, bloodshed and civil
Suchapioject is perfectly characteristic of
Gen. Scott, and with a view of showing that it
is bis all over, we quote what he said on the
subject in 1841. In his letter to G. W. Reed,
he says :
"I now hesitati between extending the period of
residence before naturalization to twenty-one
years, and a total repeal of all acts of Congress
on the subject. Mr misd inclines to latter."
In 1&3G he was fired with indignation against
foreigner?, and drew up an an address against
them. In 1814 Le drew up and advocated a
law to deprive all foreigners of a vote, except
those who might serve two years in the army,
and in 1852, in Lis letter accepting the Whig
nomination, he carries out the idea of excluding
foreigners from voting, except such as may serve
in the army in time of war.
These are the positions of Gen. Scott in re
ference to foreigners, and they are getting to be
ltter understood every day.
Who wants bargains 1
EVANS & HUGHES,'
TTatro iit rwpiYd frrvm Plulfldplnhla lit their
XAILTX, J " - - - - - " -
Clothing store in Ebensburg, a large assortment
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING.
among which may be enumerated a fine lot of
casmarett, alpaca, tweea anu une tium
dress, sack and cabit clom coais oi every unc
ty and color; a very large stock of 6atinet and
cassimere pantaloons oi every uescnpuou, uuu
a rrntri nesnrfmpnt of silk, satin and cassimere
vests, together with every kind of boys clothing.
fine and coarse shirts, handkerchiefs, silk shirts,
stocks, umbrellas, leghorn, palm leaf, stTaw
in.! hnti enns. kc.. all of which they will
dispose of on the most reasonable terms. They
have also on hands a large stock of cloths, cas-
ch thev are nrenared
Ci uiv a .o uuv . - fc ' r
to make up in the most workmanlike manner,
and on the most accommodating terms ior cubu
.nrtv.l ennntrv produce. The entire stock
of clothing is made up according to the latest
TTY'rf Rolrrtl their roods with creat care
and purchased on the lowest cash terms, they
are prepared to accomouaie uieir ineuus
rcnnira with rWliin of a suDerior quality
and at lower prices than good3 of a similar
.. it A.
quality were ever soia in mis county.
The public are respectfully invited to call
and examine their goods,
may 20, 1852.
Couiiuisfciou and Forvrarding.
After the ICth inst., we will be obliged to pay
renna. 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 packaees. Here
after we will charge the following commissions :
3$ cents per 100 lbs., on all goods left in our
care on side track; 5 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 storage. On all
freight not paid when good3 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 & SON.
Summit, March 11, 1852.
This la not In fun!
We want money, particularly that which has
been due for eome time. Will those indebted to
us please call and settle their accounts during
thi3 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 nccounts
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
offictr for collection by the 1st April, if those
indebted do not call and pay their accounts by
JOHN IVOR Y & SON.
Summit, March II, 1852. tf.
We have eome to the determination to Bell
goods at cash prices, without putting on any ex
tra profit an an offset for bad debts. Any per
son dealing with tis 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
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.
The undersigned having been appointed au
ditor in the matter of the final account of Geo.
W. Easley and Thomas Quinn, administrators cum
testamcnto annexo of the estate of Michael Kelly
dee'd., will attend to the duties of Lis appoint
ment at Johnstown, on Tuesday the 31st day
of August next, at which time and place all
persons interested'may attend if they see proper.
S. C. WINGARD, Auditor.
July 29, 1852 41-3t.
IETTERS of administration having been gran
i ted to the undersigned, on the estate of Thos.
Kirkpatrick late of Carroll township, dee'd.;
all persons holding claims against said estate
will present them duly authenticated for pay
ment and those unsettled are required to make
MATILDA KIRKPATRICK, Adm'x.
JAMES KIRKPATRICK, Adm'r.
July 2, 185288-6.
THE partnership heretofore existing between
Augustus Durbin and Francis O. Friel, and
known under the name of A. Durbin & Co., is
this day dissolved by mutual consent. All per
sons indebted to said firm are requested to come
and settle their respective accounts, and save
further trouble. The books wilLbe at the old
place of doing business where elTiier A. Durbin
or Francis O. Friel will attend to the settling.
FRANCIS O. FRIEL.
Munstcr, June 17, 1855 35-tf
LETTER3 of Administration having been gran
ted to the undersigned in the estate of Peter
Sipe, late of Allegheny township, deceased ; all
persons having claims against said estate will
present the same duly authenticated for settle
ment, and those indebted to the same will save
costs by making payment without delay.
JOHN MCCARTNEY, Adm'r.
Altoona, Blair Co., July 22, 1852 40-Ct
SILK, Hair Lace, and Pedal Bonnets," Pearl
and Pedal Flats, Pearl and Talm Leaf Hats,
and for sale by DAVIS & LLOYD.
Ebensburg, June 17, 1852.
A general assortment of BOOKS, such as are
used in our common schools, for sale by
DAVIS & LLOYD.
Salt ! Salt ! !
1 Superior article of Sack and Barrel Salt for
sale by DAVIS & LLOYD.
Ebensburg, June 17, 1852.
)1NE lumber, joint and lap shingles at the
lumber yardot J. Moore.
i lass, Oils, Paints and Drucrs of all kinds
Jf at J. Moore's.
50 Kegs of Nails on hand, and for sule by
J. IVORY & SON.
anted by J. MOORE cash in exchange
for goods, or otacrwise.
GREAT COFSTRY THIS.
The Maine Uquor Law Defeated.
THE subscriber, thankful for past favors, would
respectfully inform his friends and the pub
lic in general, that he has removed his store to
the room formly occupied by 11. J. M Donald as
a Catholic Book Store, where he has just receiv
ed aud is now opening, the largest and most
fashionable assortment of ready Made
ever offered for sale in this vicinity, nis 6tock
consists in part of Coats of all kinds and sizes,
from 1.50 up to 20 dollars ; Pants from 1 to 7
dollars ; Vests from 60 cents to 6 dollars ; Draw
ers of all kinds, under shirts, bailors blue shirts,
hickory shirts, and a very fine article of white
shirts with imported bosoms ; standing collars,
suspenders, cloves, men a cravats, and silk and
linen pocket handkerchiefs ; Men's and Boys'
HATS AND CAPS,
Boots and Shoes. A superior article of Ladies
Morocco Shoes, and seal and kid slippers ; car
pet bags, and in fact everything that is necessa
ry for taste or comfort. Also, a Bmall sprinkling
of Groceries, a little too cneap. au oi me
above stock was purchased in the eastern cities,
from the largest and best made goods to be found
and selected with great care.
Believing that quick sales and small profits is
the surest and best way to do business, I am de
termined to sell all my goods at lower prices
than any other establishment in these "digguns,
My terms are
CE HALF CASH,
and the balance before the goods are taken away.
I will charge nothing for showing my goods, and
only ask persons to give me a call, and they can
not fail to be pleased, come on one avd all:
Summitville, April 29, 1852.
THE subscribers 'have just received at their
magazine a full supply of BLASTING POW
100 Kess assorted New York Rifle Powder
20 doz. Hoosic Rifle Powder, (lib canisters.)
20 doz. Eagle sporting powder do.
100,000 feet superior fuse.
We are enabled from the large quantity al
ways on hand, to supply contractors and others
with any quantity they may want. The rifle
powder we Eell lower than the city prices, there
by saving an extravagant freight and risks of
all kinds. Call or address
LLOYD & HILL, Warehouse No. C.
Also, Just Received,
50 bags best Rio Coffee.
30 bbls. N. O., P. 1L and crushed Sugars.
40 do W. L., S. II. and N. O. Molasses.
10 bbls. Golden Syrup, do
10 " Swifts N. York do
10 boxes Plug Tobacco.
10 44 Consress "
AT REDUCED FLIC
10 Chests Black Tea.
10 do Y. II. "
5 do Imperial do.
200 Sacks Ground Alum Salt
200 bbls. do
200 sacks Dairy do
100 Kegs eastern Nails.
Fish, Flour and Bacon, and a variety of other
articles at the lowest wholesale pnce9.
LLOYD & HILL,
Warehouse No. 6. Hollidaysburg, Pa
may 27, 1852-tf.
THIS WAY TOR GOOD AND
Will be opened this week at the brick store
of J. Moore, in Ebensburg, a general assort
ment of cloths, cassimeres, satinetts, tweeds,
and a great variety of summer goous,
Together 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, &c, &c,
Persons wanting boots and shoes, hats and
caps, or ready made clothing, will find it to their
advantage to call at the
Tho 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. 1 roduce and lum
ber of all kinds taken in exchange for goods;
and he also takes CASH when offered.
Ebensburg, April 28, 1851.
Drafts on Ireland,
England and Scotland, from 1 upwards, for
sale at all times by the undersigned, at the Sum
mit, who have been appoint agents for Messrs.
Edwards, Sauford & Co., of Adams' Express
New York. Give us a call, all those who desire
to send money to the "Old Country."
JOHN IVORY & SON.
Jvly 8, 1852 3S.
CI IX, two or four-horse teams to haul stone on
iS section 104, Central Railroad, for which liber
al wages will be given and constant employment
for some months. Enquire of the undersigned
or the section, or of Jas. C. McGinley, Summit.
D. J. HUBBS.
July 1, 1852 37-Ct.
T ETTERS of Administration havine been cran
Li ted to the undersigned by the Register of
Cambria county upon the estate of Eleanor Kees
late of Cambria township, in said county deed.;
all persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make payment, and those having claims
against the Bame are requested to present their
claims to me at my residence in Cambria town
ship, forthwith. JOHN D. REES,
July 8, 1852 38-6t. Administrator.
LETTERS of Administration having been gran
ted to the undersigned on the estate of Ja
cob Paul late of Richland Township, deceased ;
all persons holding claims against said estate
will present them duly authenticated for settle
ment, and those indebted to the same will save
costs by making payment without delay.
JOHN PAUL, I , , ,
JOHN STULL, f Admr '
July 15, 1852 39-Ct.
NEW SHOE STORE!
Persons wishing to purchase Shoes, Boots and
blippers, 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'
i rench 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
OOL, Butter, and all kinds of Grain,
taken in exchange for goods at
J. Moore's store.
Kegs assorted nails for sale at the store of
GEO. J. RODGERS-
READ! ! !
Youth and Manhood. A vigorous life, or a
KInlielin on Self 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 louth, Manhood and Old Age. lo 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
and mental debility, and of moping and melan
choly despondency. Dr. K. would say
READ THIS BOOK.
The valuable advice and impressive warning
it gives, will prevent years of misery and suffer
ing, and save annually Thousands Lives.
Parents by reading it, will learn how to pre
vent the destruction of their children.
BPSa, A remittance of 25 cents, enclosed in a
letter, prepaid, addressed to Dr. Kinkehn, 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
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
secure from damage or curiosity.
July 31, 1851.-ly.
Adams & Co.'s Express.
Ivory fc 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
for 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 ot Summitville, and vicinity, that they
have just received from Philadelphia and New
1 ork, a large and well selected assortment
IV EW GOODS,
of the latest and most fashionable styles, con
sisting of a large and well selected assortmen
of Dry Goods, Made vp Clothing, Hats, Caps
Boots and shoes, Bonnets and I'alm Leaf Hats, a
large and extensive assortment of Hardware,
Queensicare, 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 6tore, 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 6anguine 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'COLGAN, PETER DOUGHERTY.
Summit June 2G, 1851 37-ly.
DO SOT PASS BY
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 before purchasing
MURRAY, ZATIM, & Co.
JAS. MCBRAT, O. C. K. ZAI1.M, JSO. MCEEAT, ESQ.
MURRAY & ZAHM,
Thankful for past favors, invite their old cus
timcrs to call and see the stock of Murray,
Zahm & Co., and they will be dealt with as
July 10, 1851.
LETTERS of Administration having been gran
ted to the undersigned in the estate of Will
liam Paul, late of Summerhill Township Cam
bria County, deceased; all persons holding
claims against said estate will present the same
duly authenticated, those indebted will save
costs by making payment without delay.
JOHN PAUL, . . .
DAVID TAUL, J Acmr s
July 15, 1852 39-0t.
TVie tmhccTibpr would resneetfullv inform his
friends that he has received at the sign of the
h n , A X.
Urocery Btore, a general assotmem oi urocenes
and Confectioneries, consisting in part of Flour,
Hocf,n rib rVipesfi. Vinetrar. Rio and Java Cof-
, J o V
fee, Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Prunes, Dates,
Citron, currants, i-reserves, i: oauce, aisup,
Lemon Syrup, Crackers, a fine lot of Sugars and
X 2tUlC Cllll, UDUjruiW! IV J "Ift"'
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 ot good3, consisting in pan
DTIY GOODS. GROCERIES. HARDWARE,
Queensware, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c, all
of which he is determined to sell low either lor
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, 1851 30-tf
200 Barrels prime coneraaugh ealt 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 Large quantity 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
and for sale by
30 Barrels of Mackeral for Bale by
J. IVORY & SON.
1 the etore' of ' J. MOORE.
THE WORLD'S FAIR.
New Store and Cheap Bargains,
he undersigned would inform their friends
and the public, that they have opened a
new stort at Tlane 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, 1 weens,
Satinetts, Ginghams, Vestings, Calicoes, Muslins,
Silks, Satins, Lawns, Alpaccas, Bombazines, Bar
eges, Mous de Laines, Lustres, Shawls, Ribbons,
Buttons, Gloves, Hosiery, Laces, Thread, $c, c.
ALSO, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
Umbrellas. 1'arasols, and Bonnets. Also, a large
stock of Coffee, Sugar, Tea, Queensware, Hard
ware and Cutlery, Hooks and Stationary.
FLOUR, BACON, CHEESE, BUTTER,
Eggs, Fish, Salt, Tobacco, ignrs, &c. All of
rhich 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
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
Wholesale and Retail
TIN, COPPER, AND SHEET-IRON,
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
he has enlarged his business, and now keeps
constantly on hand a large supply of every va
riety of Tinware, Stove Pipe, Dripping 1'ans,
Zinc Boilers, Coal Buckets, Tea Kettles, Ac, Jre,
which he will sell, wholesale or retail, as low as
any other establishment in the country.
He is also prepared to manufacture Spouting
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.
IN Ebensburg, at the warehouse of the under
1 signed who has on hand and will sell at the
STOVES OF ALL KINDS,
consisting of Globe ; Flat Top, complete ; Vic
tory, complete ; complete Cook ; the A fir Com
plete ; Cooks Favorite; Delaware Cook; Key
stone ; Union Coal Burner, Parlor stove ; Hot
Air, do ; Bar lioom, coal stove ; all of the la
test style and pattern which cannot be excelled
or equalled. Come and see them, and don't for
get to bring your wife along if you have none
bring your lady-love.
Job Work of every description, done on the
shortest notice. Uld copper and pewter, taken
in exchange tor ware.
The undersigned hopes, by a strict attention
to business, to receive a liberal share of public
patronage. UEUKUE HAENCAME.
Ebensburg, July 8, 1852.
THE undersigned informs his customers that
the firm of Bynon & Johnston is dissolved
by mutual consent, and that the subscriber still
continue the business in the room recently oc
cupied by the old firm, where he will be happy
to Bee his former patrons and as many new
ones as please to call. He receives regularly
from New York and Philadelphia the latest
fashions and cannot be beaten either in the
shape or fit of Coats, Pants or Vests, by any
other Tailor in the country. He respectfully
ask the public to give him a call, and con
fident his work will recommend itself.
BS.A11 kinds of country produce taken in
exchange for work.
April 29, 1852 tf.
THE GRANT IIOI7SE,
Corner of Fourth and Grant Streets, Pittsburg
THE subscriber has leased the large and well
known Hotel, (lateLamartine House,) at the cor
ner of 4th and Grant streets, Pittsburg, which
has been repaired and newly fitted up in all its
apartments, 60 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
nished with the best. He would respectfully so
licit a share of public patronage.
April, 15, 1852. ly.
New Chair Manufactory.
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 SIGN PAIXTIXG
executed in the best manner and latest stvle.
JOHN L. STOUGH.
Ebensburg, Nov. 27, 1S51. Cm.
The subscriber begs leave to inform the pub
lic 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 of
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 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 an,d 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 WTool by J. MOORE.
Star, Sperm and Mould Candles for sale
at the Brick Store of J. MOORE.
Neatly and expeditiously executed at this Office
HISKEY, White Lead, and Linseed Oil,
for sale by J. Moore.
ust received by J. Moore, 3 doz best double
Duncannon nails, glass 8 by 10 and 10 bp 12
salmon and mackeral at J. MOORE'S,
O A Barrels of superior Flour, part extra, for
XII sale by
UU J. Ivory 4- Son
2000 pounds wool, butter, eggs wanted by
IITIIATEVER concerns the health andhRrt
11 ness of a people is at all times of most V
uable importance. I take it for granted that
every person will do all in their power, to est
the lives of their children, and that every
son will endeavor to promote their own health
at all sacrifices. I feel it to be my duty to sol
emnly assure you that worms, according to the
or inions of the most celebrated Physicians are
the primary causes of a large majority of tflse
ascs to which children and adults are liable r
you have an appetite continually chancrealjU
from one kind of food to another, Bad Lreati
Pain in the Stomach, Picking at the Nose, Hard
ness and Fullness of the Belly, Dry Couch"
Slow Fever, Pulse Irregular remember that a'i
these denotes worms, and you should at onca
apply the remedy :
IIohcnsacR's Worm Syrup.
An article founded upon Scientific Principle
compounded with purely vegetable substance'
being perfectly sale when taken, and can
given to the most tender Infant with decidtd
beneficial effect, where Bowel Complaint and
Diarrhoea have made them weak and debilitated
the Tonic properties of my Worm Syrup are
such that it stands without an equal in the cata
logue of medicines in giving tone and strength
to the Stomach, which makes it an Infallible
remedy for those afflicted with Ditpepsia, the as
tonishing cures performed by this Syrup after
Physicians have failed, is the best evidence of
its superior emcacy over au others.
THE TAPE WORM!
This is the most difficult Worm to destroy of
all that infest the human system, it grows to an
almost Indefinite length becoming so coiled and
fastened in the Intestines and Stomach e3"ectin
the health so sadly as to cause St. Vitus Dance
Fits, &c, that those afflicted seldom if ever sus
pect that it is Tape Worm hastening them to an
early grave. In order to destroy this Worm, a
very energetic treatment must be pursued ' it
would therefore be proper to take G or 8 of my
Liver Tills so as to remove all obstructions, that
the Worm Syrup may act direct upon the Worm,
which must be taken in doses of 2 Tallespooc
fulls 3 times a day these directions followed
have never been known to fail in curing the most
obstinate case of Tape Worm.
Hobensack's Liver Pills.
No part of the system is more liable to dis
ease than the Liver, it serving as a filterer to
purify the blood, or giving the proper secre
tion to the bile ; so that any wrong action of
the Liver effects the other important tarts cf
the system, and results variously, in Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, &c. We should,
therefore, watch every symptom that might in
dicate a wrong action of the Liver. These Pills
being composed of Roots $- Plants furnished by
nature to heal the sick : Namely, 1st, An Ex
pectorant, which augumcnts the secretion from
the Pulmonary mucus membrane, or promotes
the discharge of secreted matter. 2nd. An Al
ternative, which changes in some inexplicable and
insensible manner the certain morbid action of
the system. 3rd. A Tonic, which gives tone and
strength to the nervous system, renewing health
and vigor to all parts of the body. 4th, A Cath
artic, which acts in perfect harmony with the
other ingredients, and operating on the Bowels,
and expelling the whole mass of corrupt and vi
tiated matter, and purifying the Blood, which
destroys disease and restores health.
Yo will find these Pills an invaluable medicine
in many complaints to which you are subject.
In obstructions either total or partial, they have
been found of estimable benefit, restoring their
functional arrangements to a healthy action,
purifying the blood and other fluids so effectu
ally to put to flight all complaints which may
arise from female irregularities, as headache,
giddiness, dimness of sight, pain in the side
None genuine unless signed J. N. nobensack,
all others being base Imitation.
3Agents wishing new supplies, and Store
Keepers desirous of becoming Agents must ad
dress the Proprietor, J. N. Hobensack, Philadel
For sale by Murray, Zahm & Co., and E.
Hughes, Ebensburg ; A. Durbin, Munster ; John
ston, Johnstown ; McCloskey, Summitville ; E
noch Rees, six miles west of Ebensburg ; and
by every respectable dealer in the State.
Keyser & McDowell, wholesale agents. No.
140 Wood Street, Tittsburg, who will supply
agents at the Proprietors prices.
KQrrice, each o cents ! !
July 22, 1852.
ST. FRAMIS' ACADEMY
Loretto, Cambria County, Penna.
THIS INSTITUTION, in charge of the Fhax- .
ciscan Brothers, and distant four miles from
the direct mail route between Philadelphia and
Pittsburg, will, on the first Monday in Septem
ber, be re-opened for the reception of Tui i's,
who will be instructed in any of the follow Itg
branches of an Elementary and Liberal Educa
tion: Reading; Writing; Arithmetic; English
Grammar; Ancient and .Modern Geogra-;
phy; Use of the Globes; Ancient and
Modern History; Elements of Natural
Philosophy; Book-Keeping; a full course
of the Mathematics, and of the Greek
and Latin Classics, tc.
The Annual Fensi on for Board, Tuition,
Washing, Mending of Linen, and use
of Bedding, (payable half yearly in
advance,) is, $100 00
Postage of Letters, Books andStationery, if
not furnished by Parents or Guardians, will form
an Extra charge, as will also medical attendance.
The Scholastic Year, commencing as above,
will close on the 15th of July following.
Those remaining at the Institution during the
Summer Vacation will be charged 12 extra.
Each Pupil must come provided with a suffi-
scient supply of Summer and Winter Clothing ;
six Shirts, six Pocket Handkerchiefs, six pairs o
Stockings, four pairs of Drawers, six Towels
and three pairs of Boots or Shoes.
The healthy location of this Establishment,
together with the picturesque scenery te
varied and extensive prospect all around,
beneficial to youthful minds must render it
rfpsir&ble ns a place of Education.
The attention of the Brothers to the lute.if
tual, Moral and Religious Culture of Eojs
trusted to their care, will be unremitting; anl
to render that attention effective, the discir9
will be exact, yet mild and paternal.
A half yearly account of the health, conduct,
and literary progress, of each Pupil, will
transmitted to his parent or Ouardian.
All letters addressed (post-paid) to "5,0
rior of the Franciscan Monastery, Loretto, Cantor
County, Pa., will receive due attention.
Reference may be made to Rt. Rev. O Connor,
Bishop of Pittsburg, and Rev. n. P. Gallagher
Loretto, CambriaC ounty.
; e sji.aph. Sumuier
uonnets, i owu, vjui. ,aanf,wr
received this day and for sale at the cheaper