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V, publish below the official vote of all the
unties in the State, which foots up the hand
le ni.-uoritV of 1,710 ! fr Hopkins, for
Lai Commissioner, ana 21,30!) ! for Wood-
Ttard for Judge- of the Supreme Court. The
'lemo'cracy of the State and Uiiii n may well he
ml of this result, achieved as it was over the
omhined an'! untiring efforts of the unscrupn-rilr-ji
: ress and orators of this and r.oigh-
t m-v- Democrats, the eves ot all tne
: s of the Union are upon you, and as large,
,.ir(Tcr majority is ccucu iui a xxwxj
, rrQ next Tuesday. Turn out, and you
t.r a ti 1 more Eionous mum uu.
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,rood work he done over again.
Judge. Canal Com.
i Via ware,
C' 1 5
1 u3CS J
Wii.Cchl Scott lias declared his opposition to
the naturalization laws, and seeks to modify
tlitin, by compelling every foreigner to serve n
t-'i t:ii;. term in the army or navy, before he can
i.cHiire his right of citizenship. He has been
":":nd with indignation" while contemplating
!.e injure of emigrants to our shores and in
. i-dcr to quench the flame which threatens to
. M.suiae him, he suggests plan of enlistment,
"r h more military parlance, "i"w;wssmc.'."
'"u'h-r the old Constitution of North Carolina,
: Governor w:.8 elected annually by the Lu
Y.iiture ; but in 1835 the Conatitutiou was
: i.andi tt, ami r.mong other things, it was rro
Mod that this important right should be thence-fj-.
th exercised by the people. In 1831 a bill
:h d the L- gislature providing for a Conven
tion to mal e alterations in the Constitution ; and
V'iM.jAM A. Gn.MtAM, the Scott candidate for
Vice President, was a member of that Legisla
ture. While this bill was pending before the
i'.oase, it was moved to strike oat of said bill
that clause in the 13th section providing for
t'.ic eleeiion of Governor of the State by the free
v Lite men thereof," and the question thereon
was decided in the negative, yeas 35, nays 01
V. sluam A. Gkaiiam voting to strike out.
Now, here is a contrast. The federr.l r.or.ii
ia e for tlie Presidency is opposed to any system
liicix jLuunmtecs to the forei pi.tr tl ii.l.t
cizenship, unless earn ed by a term of luilitaiy
er marine service, while the candidate of the same
party for the Vice Presidency, is equally adverse
to yielding the right of suffrage to the poor
-an, the mechanic and the laborer. Graham
approves the principle which gives power to the
..tic and extracts obedience and submission from the
mnnij. ue acts out the innate idea of ancient
icd modern federalism, which claims to take care
cf the people, at the expense of the people's
euarnges, their dignity and their independence.
8cott and Graham are both on the record.
There assertions cannot be extinguished nor
cfn their opposition to the claims of the foreign
er, or the rights of suffrage be denied. The
Entrust in suggestive intelligent reflection.
Kentucky in Doubt.
TV. T - ... V , . T .
iomsviwe Journal a nig paper expres
ses the greatest apprehension about the result
"i Kentucky. The unprecedented apathy of
,uc wtngs and the extraordinary zeal and activ
"7 of the democracy give occasion for the alarm
trayed by the Journal. t says it never knew
'be whig party of Kentucky to be so utterly dis
organized, and by the most pathetic appeals it
nves to rally them to the support of Scott.
Vna w "very significant. "When the Louisville
wrnal expresses doubt as to the result in Ken
ueky, the democracy may confidently calculate
,!f"n a victory.
1'he Game or the Opposition.
Tie again urge upon our friends in all parts
of the State the utmost rigilcLce and activity in
preparing for undiminished ex?rtion in Novem
ber. The opposition are- actively and quietlv
do-ng their utmost, and money will be thrown
i a way with a prodigal hand if by that means the
mu cess of !!ie iodiral Abolition candidate can
be secured. Notwithstanding her majority of
20,000 Against them at the recent election, so
desperate are the chance!) of the Federal party,
and so necessary is the vote of our Stite to their
success, that they are endeavoring l?y every ef
fort to overcome that majority, and the capital
ists both here and at the East have been drawn
upon for large contributions to effect the result
The Boston 1'ost of Wednesday contains the fol.
lowing significant announcement :
Pexnsyi.vanians ! A desperate effort is to be
made to carry your State for Scott. The Scott
managers, satisfied that they can make nothing
out of the "rich brogue," are now trying their
arts upon the "Native American" party. A
large sum of money has been raised by the Scott
lugs for the purpose of securing the vote of
the Native party one man in New lork, it is
reported, gave $1500 and it is confidentially
predicted that many thousands of votes can be
gained for the Scott ticket by "pipe laying"'
manoeuvres. Democrats ! look out for the tricks
of your desperate enemies they will resort to
any means foul or fair to place a military
yoke upon the necks of the people.
Hill our friends take warning ?
3To cliance for Scott
The Hopkinsville Tress says : A very intel
ligent gentleman, of the name of Young, from
liuntsville, Alabama., passed through our city
on Tuesday evening, last, on his way from lies
A whig gentkmnn standing by asked him his
opinion in regard to the Presidential election.
lie replied: "Gentlemen, since the nomination
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this Union, and the conclusion I have formed
has been arrived at with extreme reluctance.
1 always have been and still am a whig, and
shall vote for Scott. But, gentlemen, Fierce
will certainly be elected by an overwhelming
majority. In .-ill my travels I have not met
with a single democrat who wiil not vote for
Pierce. The wbigs are divided everywhere. I j this Commonwealth in such case made and pro
have talked politics wherever I found i.eorle ! vided) do gainsay and the same to be done, do
disposed to converse on political subjects, and 1
am firmly convinced that Gen. Scott has not tic
slightest chance of being elected."
A worthy and devoted whig, (General Hays)
who was standing near and heard these remarks
turning up his eyes in pious horror, exclaimed,
"God forbid !" ! hope j our prayer may be
answered, " replied the gentleman, "and I dis
likc to say anything to dishearten my whig
friends; but a man might as well be honest."
Another. The Wilmington (N. C-) Journal
says: "Stephens, a whig member of Congress
from Georgia, ciuie through hire last week, and
scared some of Scott's friends badly, by giving
as his opinion, that Scott was not certain of
more than one State Vermont and was bound
to be the most badly beaten of any man that ev
er was started for the Presidency. Stephens
has always been looked upon as a very close Cal
culator of political chances."
UeutH of Hon. A. J. Ogle.
lie are pained to learn that Hon. A. J. Ogle
died, very suddenly, of apoplexy, on Thursday,
Oct. 14. Perhaps no man of his years was
more extensively known, or more generally be
loved. In his native county he was a favorite
with all parties, all classes, and all conditions,
and his death has cast a melancholy gloom over
the entire community. Col. Ogle filled the of
fice of I'rothonotary of Somerset County, was
elected to Congress, and afterwards received the
appointment of Charge to Demark, and was
honored with the distinguished compliment of a
unanimous confirmation by the Senate of the
United States. He was eloquent in debate, and
possessed of conversational powers of the high
est order. A devoted wife and three interestin
little children mourn his untimely loss ; and,
has been the subject of general remark, that a
more kind husband or affectionate father never
lived. In this, the hour of their distress, they
have the ueep sympathies of thousands of sor
rowful hearts. Bedford (Jazcitc.
In Cambria township, on Tuesday
12th infc t. Mr. William lioberts. a '.red 33 vears
In Cambria townsh'n, on the 20th inst.. Mrs.
Ann Jjavis, consort ot ILichard B. Davis,
At his residence in Cambria township, on the
13lh inst., Mr. llicliard Tibbot. ao-ed at vt;ir
At ins residence in Allegheny tomnship. on !
tue insi., Air. Paul JJonougoe, aged i0 year
Thus has th in w tint a 1 !, .,!,
from our midst two more of the old and niuoh
esteemed residents of the com.tr. wl..,o vo
lor over half a century have been spent in Cam-
Mr. Tibbot left some months since for Callftu
nia and there contracted the di-ease which ter
minated in his death, lie returned home but :t
few days previous to the time of his decease,
and died in the midst cf a large circle of friends
and reiitives. He was one of the hardy and
iin!i!s:rious Welsh pioneers, and .as an honest
man and worthy citizen was not excc!ie!
v v " - '
Mi. 1) juoughewas aii early settler in Can.b
n::u uuuessefi us growm trom. infancy to man
hood, lie was one of the" pioneers of the for
est, and live I to see the once heavily-timbered
eM-th blossom as the rose. Old ag-?, with its at
tendant infirmities, has taken hun nw..y and
thereby removed one of the links th:1t bound the
the present and the past together.
ILL persons having claims against the Alleghe
ny Portage Rail Road are reminded that on
the first day of December next a report will beq
made to the Canal Commissioners and through
the Eoard to the Legislature at its next session
setting forth the outstanding debts of said Iload.
Thereupon it is important to the claim holders
that their bills be presented to the undersigned
for examination and approval prior to the above
date; that such claims may be entered in a book
prepared for the purpose.
All debts contracted by my predecessors must
be certified by the officer contracting the debt
to insure attention. F. R. WEST,
Superintendent and Supervisor.
Superindent Office, "V
Hollidaysburg, Oct. 28, '52
Acini inisf raior's IVotice.
EaTERS of administration on the estate of
Rees Roberts, late of Cambria towTnship,
deceased, having been granted to the subscri
ber by the Register of Cambria county, all those
who are indebted to said estate Tare requested
to make payment immediately and those having
claims will present them duly authenticated for
settlement. D. H. ROBERTS, adm'r.
October 21, 1852 52-Ct.
PINE lumber, joint and lap shingles at the
lumber yardof J. Moore.
Camlirla County, ss
fflHE Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the
1 Sheriff of said County, Greeting : we com
mand vou. as Ave have heretofore commanded
you, that you summon Dr. William A. Yickroy;
George Gettys and Mary his wife, formerly Mary
Yickrov. Moses F. Marshall and Matilda his
wife, formerly Matilda Yickroy, Louisa Yickroy,
William Ilaneork and Charlotte his wife, form
erly Charlotte Slick, late of your county so that
thev be and appear before our Judges at Lheus
bitr;r, at our county court of Coiiiinoii Picas,
there to be held the ftrst Monday of
December next, to show wherefore, where
as Edwin A. Yickrov, and the aforesaid Dr. Wil
liam Vickroy, George Yickroy, George Gettys
and Mary his wife formerly Mary lckroy, Mo
ses F. Marshall and Matilda his wife formerly
Matilda Vickroy, Louisa " lckroy, Wm. Han
cock and Charlotte his wife formerly Charlotte
Slick, together and undivided do hold, one tract
of land containing one hundred and seventy
acres, known as the "Coleman Farm, being
part of a survey in the name of Ephraim Wil
liams originally containing four hundred and
thirty-lour acres, situate in Jackson township,
Cambria county, adjoining other lands of the
parties to tins suit, lands ot James Williams,
Ilenrv Buck and others. One other tract con
taining one hundred and forty acres and sixiy
three perches known as the "Garber Farm," and
beintr rart of the survey in the name of
Ephraim Williams, above mentioned, situate in
Jackson township, Cambria county, and adjoin
ing lands above described, lands of James Wil
liams. Henry Euck and others, also one other
tract of unimproved land containing one hun
dred and tifty-live acres and thirty-eight perches
being part of larger tract surveyed in the name
of j.enjamin Williams, originally containing
four hundred and forty-one and one fourth
acres, situate in Jackson township, Cambria
ceuity, adjoining lands of Ephraim Williams,
Henry Euck, Wm. Todd, John Barclay and the
residue of said survey ; the same Dr. William
Yickroy, George Yickroy, George Gettys and
Mary his wife formerly Mary Yickroy, Moses
F. Marshall and Matilda his wife formerly Ma
tilda Yickroy, Louisa Yickroy, "William Han
cock and Charlotte his wife formerly Charlotte
Slick, partition thereof between them to be
mnde, ( according to the laws and customs of
not permit very unjustly ami against the same
laws and customs, (as 'tis said,) &c. And have
you then there this writ
Witness .the Honorable George Taylor, Presi
dent of our said Court at Ebensburg the seven
teenth day of September A. D. 1852.
K. L. JOHNSTON, rrothonolary.
October 21, 1852 52-Ct.
JLooli Gut l
1VOK.1l & CO.,
Surnmitvillc, Cambria county, havejust received
f rom New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, a
large assortment of
FALL AKU WIXTER GOODS
Which will be sold low for cash. We will sell
our goods at a less price than ever they have
been sold in this county, and wiil retail Goods
as cheap as they do in Philadelphia, but we want
to sell them for cash, or something else as good.
All our goods will be sold at cash prices, and
one month is the longest credit we will give, and
any person having accounts running a longer
time, will be charged interest from that time.
These arc the terms, and we think if you call and
see our goods you will buy and save mcney, su
gars we will sell at cost and carriage, Coffee, at
a slight advance.
Our stock consists cf a largo assortment of
nil kinds of goods usually kept, among which
are Ladies' Cashmeres, de Lains and Merinoes
all wool, from GO cts, to $2 per yard; the same
kinds, half cotton, from 10 to 35"cts.; Silk Warp
Alpacca, and all other kinds of Press Goods,
we have a splendid lot of knives and forks, 50
dozen, which we will sell Very low. We call the
altentiori of everybody to our stock of
3Iac3e-lL i-io Siin-ir,
V.'hich was made to order, of the best sizes, and
o'tnost fashionable goods.- We have over two
it j thousand dollars worth of these goods, and will
sell them cheaper than they can be boucht in
any other place. The best kind of overcoats
from 5.50 to S.15 pants for 82.25 : Monkev
Jackets and Sack coats, very cheat). A small
lot of fine black cassimcr pants, and fine satin
and silk velvet vests, bought in New York, will
be sold a little cheaper than they can be bought
for in Philadelphia.
Our whole stock is of the best articles in mar
ket, we want to sell them soon, for we want the
money to pay for them. Come on and we will
(sell to you
ripht at one .price to everybody.
Cmldren can buy as cliean as vour best .lews
for we have but one price, :md sell for cash.
W. W. IVOltY & CO.
Summitville, Oct. 21, 1852 52-tf.
i -luimsii&u-auon nave been grant-
f ii c,i ty the unuersxued, by the Re-ister
l B I
iS,tin,m C0U"Vr' u?u th.ecst:lte f James Hhey,
i ul -vu persons lmieOteU to said estate
;;ru injufsiuu u iuaKe immediate payment to
us, and those having claims will present them
properly authenticated for settlement.
SUSAN 11 HJSy, Administratrix.
ANDREW J. KIIilY, Ad.niniralor,
Ebensburg, October 21, 1852 tf.
..A .1 X - 1
"T1I1K n.irtinrsl"r 1
. lai-- i v. iwio c cAiaiiug uciweeu
1 I Dr. II. M. S. Jackson and Jnhn" n..,,.;n
- n vujjii ill,
-ia t trading at the Hemlock Saw Mill, Cambria coun-
f. , l a., in the name ot Jackson & Gemmill, is
this dny dissolved by mutual consent ; the said
Dr. . M. S. Jackson settles and pays all ac
counts against said firm and receives all dues
K. M. S. JACKSON.
Uemlock Steam Mill,
Jiine 14, 1852 52-2t.
T ETTERS of Administration on the estate of
U itiliiani Sweeny, late of Clearfield township,
Cambria county, deceased, have been granted to
the undersigned by the Register of said coun
ty. All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment, and those
naing ciaims wm present them properly au
thenticated for settlement.
m JOHN S TFEENV, adaCr.
Clearfield tp., Oct. 21, 1852 52-Ct
- Tim fry t- . .
I LJ ot Administration on the estate of
U llliam Kobcrts, Jr., late of Cambria coun
ty, deceased, have been granted to the under
signed by the Register of said county. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those havic
claims will present them properly authenticated
ROBERT W. ROBERTS, 1 . , ,
THOMAS GRIFFITH, Adm r.
Cambria tp., Oct. 21, 1852 Ct.
2000 pounds wool, butter, eggs wanted by
TA KEGS Nails and Spikes for sale by
rJU DAVIS & LLOYD.
Ebcsburjj, June it, 1S52.
At his Store one door
east of tLe Sentinel of
fice, a superior assort
ment of Gold and Sil
7 ft. '&$X
ver watches and fine jew
Gold Lever watches full
C,'1tTrtT arfi ' t i ....
c- I n 1,are.,,es fu'l jewelled, 10,00
""-icr r-scapeint.'sts 12 00
Ajsoanueaisortmentof eight day and thir-
N B. Clocks, iratches, and Jewelry repaired
..v-v vLitc, anu warranted.
April io, 1852. WILM B. HUDSON
MICHAEL, DAX 35AGE5IAK",
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Office hi the Court House, up stairs.
January 1, 1851. ly
! J. M'o:r ai,e,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
urnee, opposite J. Thompson's Hotel. ATI
business m the several Courts of Blair. Indiana
and Cambria counties entrusted to his care, will
oe promptly attended to.
January 1, 1851. ly
SAMUEL, c. wisgaru,
Attorney at Lav, Ebensburg, Fa.
Will practice in the several Courts of Cam
bria, Riair and Huntingdon counties. Germans
can receive advice in their own language. Office,
on main street two doors cast of the Exchange
May 8, 1851 ly.
GECUGE M. REED,
Attorney at Law, "Ebensburg, Pa.
Will practice ia the several Courts of Cambria.
Indiana, and Westmoreland counties. Office a
few doors East of Carnioif s Hotel.
Jan. 15, 1851. ly.
Attorney e.t Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Office at his residence at the west end of the
Borough, immediately below the "Fonmlrv
januarj' lo, ltoZ.
TEI03IAS C. SVUOWHJLl.,
Attorney at Law, Hollidaysburg, Pa.
Will attend the several Courts of Cambria
county, as heretofore. Office one door west of
m. Mcrarland's cabinet warerooni.
January 1, 1851. ly. '
T. I.. IIE11ER,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown, Pa.
Office on Main street, two doers east of the
March 13, 1851. ly
Attorney at Law, Johnstow
January 30, 1851 ly.
E. III'TCIIINSOX. C. W. WEBSTER.
UBrTCUIXSGX & WI2Z3STEK,
Attorneys at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.,
IF AVE formed a partnership for the practice of
II law m the countj' of Cambria.
All professional business entrusted to their
care will be promptly attended to.
Ofiice on Centre street, adjoining the dwelling
of E. Hutchinson, Jr.
Ebensburg, July 21), 1852 41-1 y.
Ravld T. Storm,
llotary Public, Scrivener and Conveyancer,
JOEXSTO'WS, CAIIRRIA CO. PA.,
ILL also attend to bis duties as Justice. Le-
instuments of writing, such as deeds, a-
grcements, I oreign l ower of Attorney, &c,
draw n tip accurately. Collections entrusted to
his care will receive strict attention.
May 13, 1852 CO-tf.
Justice of tfco Peace, Ebensburg, Pa.,
Will attend promptly to all collections entrus
ted to his care Ofiice, adjoining his dwelling.
Decern. 24, 1851. 11-tf.
Hollidaysburg, Elair Co.; Pa.
The proprietor assures the public that no exer
tions will be wanting on his part to render his
house home-like to those who call with him, and
solicits a share of public patronage.
April 20, 1852.
I LL kinds of Lumber taken in exchange for
il Furniture, at the Ware Rooms of
M FAULAM) & SON.
Hollidaysburg, April 29, 1852.
CarroHtov.Ti Cambria Co-anty, Pennsylvania.
Ihe undersigned is prepared to accommodate
in the best kind of style all who way favor
him with a call, and hopes by strict attention to
business to merit and receive a share of public
patronage. HENRY SCANLAN.
may 20, 1852.-31-tf
LEWIS W. I5SIOV4X,
Fashionable Barber and Hair Dresser.
One door south of J. M'Donald's dwelling and
nearly opposite Bhey's Hotel.
Ebensburg, May 1, lS51.-ly.
N. 13. Shampooing done, und razors honed in
a superior maimer.
Superior article of Sack and Barrel Salt for
sale by DAVIS & LLOYD.
Ebensburg, June 17, 1852.
Lycoming Hutual Fire Insurance Company.
Tersons wishing to insure property in this
company against loss by fire, can apply to the
subscriber. C. II. HE VEIL, Agent.
Nov. 27, 1851. ly.
George PJbey. Levi Katthews. "W illiarn Ebbs
J1ISEY, MATTHEWS & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS and Commission
Jfcrckarits, Dealers in all kinds of Produce and
Pittsburg Manufactures, No. 77 and 79 Water
April 3, 1851. Cm
by J. MOORE cash in exchange
for goods, or omerwise.
40 Barrels Conemaugh Salt for sale by
A general assortment of BOOKS, such as are
used in our common schools, for sale by
i DAVIS & LLOYD:
The Subscriber having leased the Public
House, formerly known as the American House.
No. IS S. Sixth Street, between Market and
Chesnut Streets, has changed the nume of
Begs leave to? inform his friends and the Pub
lic, that this honse has undergone a thorough
remodelling, repairing, repainting and repaper
ing, from attic to basemen:. An entire new out
fit of furnitnre, bedding, &c, &c, has been pro
cured from the most celebrated Manufactures in
From the central location, and its close prox
imity to the Railroad Depots, Steamboats Land
ings, Places of Amusement, Fashionable Thor
oughfares and Publie Squares, it offers induce
ments to the Merchant visiting the city on busi
ness, or the Traveler seeking pleasure. To fam
ilies and females visiting the city, every facility
will be offered, and every comfort regarded to
make their visit agreeable and pleasant.
A share of the public patronage respcctfaUy
JACOB G. LEBO. JARED IRV1N,
October 21, 1852 52-Cm.
MAJ. JOHN BRADY, Proprietor.
April 10, 1851. ly
Chestnut street, between 7th and 8th streets,
A. F. GLASS, Pnoiiuj ioit.
April 10. 1831: ly
J. S. Lliies, at
ITTE & R.4IGITL,
Importers and dealers in Foreign and Domestit
HARDWARE and CUTLERY, No. 121 North
Third Street, above Race,
E. V. MACHETTE, ABS1. K. HAIGUEL.
April 24 th 1851. ly
ISAAC SI. ASIITOX,
Wholesale dealer iu HA TS and CAPS,:
172 Market Street,
April 10, 1851. ly
COS ISA S? &. W4LTOX,
Wholesale dealers in Hardrare, Cutlery, Xcils,
.jc, No. 203 Market Street, above oth,
April.10, 1851. ly
Yi'lIS07T & W EST,
Successors to Eodneys,
Wholesale dealers in Boots and Shoes, Bonnet
and Strata Goodf, No 17, North 3d Street,
April 10, 1851. ly
31BC1IAEL. WART3IAX & CO.,
Wholesale Tobacco, Snuff, and Sgar Ma nuf ac
ton, No. 173, North Third Street, threa door3
M. WARTMAN. JOSEPH P. SORVER.
April 24, 1S51. ly
EGXE51 4i c:iei:c.
Wholesale dealers in Wines and Liquors, which
they are prepared to furnish cheap to merchants
and hotel keepers. Y archouse uo .uarkei ci
July 1st, 1851. ly
.UK. TII03JAS c. mivTixa,
Has removed his office to No. 14 South Sev
enth street, above Chestnut.
April 20, 1852. 7-20tf
J. T. BUSHTON, J. C. HOPKINS, It. ST1I.S0X.
JOIEV Y. RVSIXTOS" &. C,
Wholesale dealer in Queensware, Chinaware,
Glassware, jc, No. 245 Market Street,
April 10, 1851. ly
W. J. Kealsh, at
SELEVItS, SITEIt & CO.,
135 "Market Street,
Dealers in Hosiery, Gloves, Combs, Brushes
Looking-glasses, &c. 19-ly.
J. 3IcE5Jf .tE,
155 Karket Street, N. E. Comer cf 4th,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in all of the
various new kinds and styles silk, fur, brush,
wool, Panama, straw and chip Hats: silk, straw,
braid and lace Bonnets; artificial flowers, fur s;
&c, which will be sold cheaper than the cheap.
Feb. '52, 19-ly-
BiXEEIl-EEIt & FEATHER,
Wholesale dealers in Boots, Shoes, Bonnets,
and Palm Leaf Hats, No. 130 North Third Street
(opposite the Eagle Hotel,)
February 2-1, 1852. ly
AX U H EW O A O U G 1 1 E,
Justice cf tho Feace, prd Ccrivencr, Sumnit, Fa
Will attend promptly to collections, or other
business entrusted to him. Legal instruments
of writing, drawn with accuracy and dispatch.
January 1, 1S51.
John Parker. James II. Parker
JOELX PARKER & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, dealers in Flour and Bacon,
Foreign Wines and Brandies, Old Mouongahela
and Rectified Whiskey.
Ifo. 5, Commercial Eow, Liberty Street,
Pi 1 1 slurs' Fa.
March, 11, 1852. ly.
Wholesale Shoe Store.
No. 1S3 Wood St.,
I RE now receiving their extensive fall stock of
jl upwards of 2000 cases Men and Boys La
dies, Misses and Childrens, BOOTS and SHOES,
Mexican, Kossuth, fur end wool HATS of every
variety adapted to the season.
Also, Men, Boys and Childrens silk plash and
Cloth CAPS, of latest styles and fashions.
Their stock having been selected with great
care as to quality and rizc?, purchased direct
from the manufacturers, principally for cash, at
the lowest prices, enables therii to compete suc
cessfully with New York, Philadelphia and Bal
Country merchants purchasing in Pittsburg
or on their way east, wiil find it to their interest
to cull ami examine their stock before purcha
They have also just received 2GC0 sides Trime
New York sole leather. All of which will be
sold at the lowest priees.
Pittsburg, September 16, 1852.
Oils. Paints and Drugs cf nil kinds
THIS WAT F0S GOOD AND
Will be opened this week nt the brick store
of J. Moore, in Ebensburg. n general nissort
mcnt of cloths, cas-si mores, s itinetts. tweeds.
j and a great variety or sumtut r goods,
J Together with any ijiVnntity of prints, delaines.
lawns, cashmere-?, ginghams, lustres and other
also a LAr.-r. .
and pood assortment cf hardware, quecr.swore,
saddlery, clothing, stationary, drugs, &c, itc.
Persons wanting boots and shoes, Lata and
caps, or ready made clothing, will find it to their
advantage to cull at the
ilricli SI ore.
Tho subscriber, thankful for past favors, ear
nestly requests his customers, and the public
generally to at least call and cxamino his stock;
and if he cannot suit every perton in quality
and price it is not Ins fault. Produce und lum
ber of all kinds rnlten in exchange for goods;
and he also takes CASH htu offered.
April 28, 1851:
THE partnership heretofore existing between
John Ivory and Wm. W. Ivory, under tho
name of John Ivory & Co., at Summitville, Cam
bria county, Pa., is this day dissolved by mutu
al consent. The books of the firm will'be Set
tled up by John Ivory, to whom all persona in
debted will please make payment". Thosa who
give their notes, or pay their accounts befort
the 1st of October, will save G per cent. The
business will be continued at the old stand by
W; W. Ivory & Co. JOHN IVORY,
W. W. IVORY.
Summitville, Sept. 0, 1852 47-tf.
Eooli I Sere."
GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-
50 bbls. Flour,
150 " Salt, on hand and for sale forcesh
or approved four months credit. Interest will
be charged on all accouuts after the expiration
of four months. Call at the new store of
W. W. IVORY & CO.
Summitvillct Sept. 9, 1852.
Brj an, Glcim & Co.,
BAXKESS AND EXCHANGE EE0KEES;
IRE now prepared to draw bills from 1 up
wards to any amount, on the
ROYAL ISVfi OF IREEA!VD.
Also to grant passage certificates, bv the several
lines of Packets of Messrs. ROCHE, BROTH
ERS & MASTEESON, of N. Y
Money received also on deposit, payable with
interest, or on demand without interest.
Drafts on the principal Cities also constantly
Hollidaysburg, May C, 1852.
James Dougliert j-, at
Reinhold, Cash & Co.,
Wholesale and retail dealers in Tobacco, Snuff
and Cigars, warehouse at the South west corner
of Third and Race 6trects, Philadelphia, lately
occupied by Dud wig, Kneedler & Co., keep con
stantly on hand a large and well selected stock
of the most celebrated brands of
CHFTWTIt G T03ACC0, IKP0ETE2) CIGASS,
Domestic cigars, and SnulT, which they olTer for
sale on as favorable terms as any Louae iu thtt
city. Orders promptly attended to.
September 23, 1852 49-1 y.
Draffs on Ireland,
England and Scotland, from .1 upwards, for
sale at all times by the undersigned, at the .Sum
mit, who have lecn appoint agents for Messrs.
Edwards, Sanford &. Co., of Adams' Express
New York. Give us a call, all those who desire
to send money to the "Old Country."
W. W. IVORY & CO.
September 1C, 1852.
Af!am & Co.'s Express.
Ivory & Co., agents at the Summit, Cambria
county, Fa., will receive and forward packagsa
for Philadelphia, Pittsburg, and all intermediate
places. Money or valuable articles receipted
for and cnt to any point on the line of railroad.
September 10, 18o2.
WM. DAVIS. JOHN LLOYl.
Rails K Eloyd,
Having formed a partnership in the
W7oulJ respectfully solicit the patronage of their
friends and the public generally.
Call and see us at the old stand1 of William
April 20, 1852. ';
Cabinet IVare Rooms,
Allegheny Street, Hollidaysburg, Pa.
Would respectfully invite the attention of the
public to their superior stock of
of every description. Furniture of all kinda
manufactured to order on the shortest notice.
au orucrs trom a distance promptly attended
April 29, 1S52.
D. J. EVAX3, J. T. ntfiHES,
Xotc is the time to buy cheap Clothing.
Evans & Hughes.
THE firm of Evans & Hughes, hav6 just re
ceived from Philadelphia and New York a
large assortment of
FALL AND WIX
wnicu can t ue beat for style and finish in wes
tern Pennsylvania. Among which may be enu
merated, Beaver, Felt, and blanket over coat--
sattmets cassimerc and cloth pantaloons of
all sizes and qualities, vestings of all kinds to
gether with boys clothing, also, hats, caps, um
brellas, Slc, Sic. 1 '
We have on baud a good assortment of clotb
cassimercs and vestings, which we arc prcpardo
to make up m workmanlike manner
The goods have been selected with the creat
est care and on the lowest cash terms Vhich
will enable us to sell lower than the lowest
Ebensburg, October 21, 1852 52-tf.
t t . -m
ILX, Hair Lace, nml T.i..i i-..i
and Pcual Hats. Pearl and 1)m rr u.t.
and for sale by DAVIS & LLOYD.
Ebensburg, June 17, 1852.
.barge lot of made-un-clothing, boots
shoes, cloth aud plush caps for sale by
IVORY & CO.
Summit Oct. 7, 1852.
Barrels of Salt for
salo by wholesalo or
IVORY & CO.
Summit, Oct. 7, 1S52.
"LOUR and Bacon always on hand, and we
i Lave juit received 20 barrels best whitk-P
or sale on co:um:ssiou.
1YOUY & CO