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rompUtlon of the Baltimore and Ohio
Baltimore. December 27.
We learn by a despatch from Wheeling to Mr.
Latrobe, Chief Engineer, that the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad was completed to Wheeling on
Christmas day, when the Inst r;iiV was laid.-
The event was the occasion of much rejoicing
jn Wheeling. '
Dissolution of rartiicrsliip.
THE partnership heretofore existing between
Augustine and Sylvester AVeaklin in the
lilacksmithing business was this day dissolved
by mutual consent. The books of said firm
. left in the hands of Augustine WTea Klin for
Jettlmcnta. SYLVESTER WEAKLIN.
8etU AUGUSTINE WEAKLIX.
January G, 1853 ll-3tj.
Valuable Property for Sale.
HUE subscriber will sell at private sale the fol
I owing described valuable real estate, viz :
The tavern house with all the necessary fixtures,
in the town of Jefferson, Summerhill township,
Cambtia county, now in the occupancy of Tho
mas Martin. Also the house at present occu
pied by William Hamilton. Also a small house
in said town lately occupied by William Wood.
Vlso about 100 acres of first rate land, within
1 of a mile of said town, on which there is
about 15 acres cleared and fenced. Much could
be written in recommendation of the above val
uable property, but as purchasers are expected
to view the premises and judge for themselves a
further description is unnecessary.
The above property if not sold before the 1st
of March will be rented.
Jefferson, January 6, 1S53 ll-3tj.
l'laiik l&oad Meeting.
i MEETING of the Ebensburg and Cherry
Tree Think Road Company, will be held at
the Court House in Ebensburg, on Thursday,
the 20th January instant, at one o'clock P. M.t
at which time the books will be opened and
ether business transacted to promote the inter
est of the enterprise.
As the advantages of Plank Roads are fully
acknowledged, and as this improvement must
pass through the center of Cambria county, de
veloping its resources in a very high degree
all wishing well to tho interests of the county,
are respectfully invited to attend and lend a
T.Pt there be full attendance : let every one
co-operate and success and the best interest of
tbe community will be promoted by united ac
JOHNSTON MOORE, President.
E. IIigiies, Secretary.
Ebensburg, January C, 1853 11 3tj.
Allegheny Portage Rail Road.
A condensed abstract from the accounts of
F. R. WEST, Superintendent of Motive Power on
the Allegheny Portage Railroad, as reported by
him for the month of August, 1852. Showing
the average price of labor, the detailed price
paid for materials, and thenamesof the persons
from whom pui chased. Prepared agreeably
to the 34th section of the Act of 4th May, 1852.
dcc18 E. BANKS, Aud. Gen.
PER DIEM PAY.
Engineers at Planes.
Asst. Engineers at Planes,
Inspectors of Wood,
Mo. Pr; Car Conductors,
$1 50 to $2 00
1 50 to 1 C2
1 37J to 1 02
1 25 to 1 60
1 00" to 1 25
1 25 to 1 50
1 12J to 1 25
1 00 to 1 25
1 00 to 1 25
D. Walker, sawing and splitting 154 cords
do. 300 do(ft,35c 405 00
do 150 dofo34c. 51 00
do 200 do40c
do 300 do33J
do 80 do(jV 33
do 400 doOi 33
J. W. Smay, 23 Cords Wood $1 50
Jos. Burgoon, 71 J
M. Skelly, 20
B. M'Colgan, 114
Henry Hess, 4G
John Kean, 467
J. Murray, 50
Ab. Meyers, 95J
C. Bechel, 137
T. II Porter, 140
50 206 25
to lot UU
MTarland Cress well, 37 ph
J. S. P. Harris 74G sheeves,
T. Eincham & Co. 93C0 bu coal fo, 3c.
John Murray, 2900 do , 4c
Samuel Lemon, 800 do 2c
B. M'Colgan, 6500 do (a) 2.c
A. DeArmit, horse power Holl. B. Slip,
Arch.Galbraith, tio betw'n No. C & 7
Henry Gorr, do Foot No. 1
A. Isenhour, do Head No. 6
James M'Colgan, do Head No. 5
do do Foot No. 5
J. D. Spielman, do Foot No. 8
J. G. Barr, do bt'n No. 7 & 8
81 25 V
147 5G V
Arcn. M-Fau, do Head No. 9
do Foot No. 9
do Head No. 10
do Foot No. 4
do Head No. 4
do Tunnel , . .
do Head No..4ry aurnr
do Johnstoeftihe P"
do Head 'Asg s0 2
IWrvAfn T,TJcfh1t ad 'in B. slip, 130
rf -u.ivu, uiuoiac r , . , o lift
mr on tlie 3
Aggregate amt. settlefing out the-.2 o?
MoUverower, erve to 21
FPIakes the total ortliuarj 0f
Gepnc Treasury for the j-ear, 85,1 13,750
H. The payments, exclusive of ti .
cellatiou of State steck the approp?0-
to the North Urauch canal ana ine
tae railroad, amounted to the sum of 80c
12".52 49, bcinj; 6070,00-2 12 less JJc
in ar . . . i '
l7 prompts. Uf tins excess, uoweer,
tMon 304,024" 90 -was applied to.i
' i -'n of the Western resoirvoir
VhA north track of tlie Columb
J. EVANS, - . - . , J. D. HTGHES,
CliOTHIXG EMPORIUM. '
A&u. is the time to buy cheap Clothing.
Evans & Hushes.
THE firm of Evans & Iliigl
ceived from Philadelphia
hes,- have just re-
and New lork, a
large assortment of ,
- FALL AJBD WINTER CLOTniXG,
which can't be beat for style and finish in wes
tern Pennsylvania.'" Among which -may be enu
merated, Beaver, Felt, and blanket over coats,
sattinets, cassimere and cloth pantaloons- of
all sizes and qualities, vestings of all kinds, to
gether with boys clothing, also, hats, caps, um
brellas, &c, &c. , ' l' . . -
We have on hand a good assortment of cloths
cassimeres and vestings, which we are prepared
to make up in a workmanlike manner.
The goods have been selected with the great
est care, and on the lowest cash terms which
will enable us to sell lower than the lowest. ,
Ebensburg, October 21, 1852 52-tf.
Adams & Co.'s Express.
IT. W. Ivory & Co., agents will forward all
packages of goods or money, daily except Sun
day, to all the principal cities in the Lnion ana
all the towns on the Kail lioau between i-niiaua.
and Pittsburg. Drafts collected from California.
Drafts sold on Ireland, England or Scotland,
from 1 upwards. Money for drafts must be
Nov. 4. Ib5.
DEALER in staple and fancy dry goods gro
ceries, wholesale and retail fish ; hardware
and cuttlery ; guns, nails, bar-iron, sheet-iron
sheet-zinc, stoves of all kinds, stove-pipes and
shset-iron ware, tin ware, copper and brass
kettles, &c, &c.
Grain, wool, butter and other country produce
bought and sold.
A dealer in white pine, poplar, ash and cherry
lumber ; lumber always bought, and a large
quantity constantly on hand for sale.
Cash always paid for lumber cut to order or
such as suits the present demand of the market.
A large lot of new goods as embraced in the
above list just received and more opening for
sale at the lowest market price.
September 23, 1852 19-tf.
WM. DAVIS. JOHN LLOYD.
BavH & Eloyd,
Having formed a partnership in the
Would respectfully solicit the patronage of their
friends and the public generally.
Call and see us at
April 29, 1852.
the old stand of William
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, cassimeres, satinetts, tweeds,
and a creat varietv of summer goods,
Together with anv Quantity of prints, delaines,
lawns, cashmeres, ginghams, lustres and other
Also a large
and good assortment of hardware, queensware,
saddlery, clothing, stationary, drugs, &c, ccc
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 would respectfully inform his
friends and customers, that he has received and
is now opening, at the store room formerly oc
curred bv Richard Lewis, dee'd.. a larrre an t
general assortment of goods, consisting in rtTJ.
DRV GOODS, GROCERIES, JTARTctt tfart
Queensware, Hats, Caps, Doots, Sh c ' ' I
of which he is determined to sell
cash or approved country prodn-V Jcs &c., all
examination of his stock, nnto either for
- i It .1 JIJJ,
can sell cheaper than the chfvqc,- je solicit
MayS, 1851-30-tf ;c8t.
Tlie Enton ! Xf.
U. J- 1vui-"jija.j-
at present. !-at 'rr- forever X
x. . r- ...
press andotherjef . . in Philadelphia
of all descnp g-j'ing bonie daily, by Ex
tbe atteu -".nd fashionable stock
pleasing o1?-', d. to which they call
Purcli.VQinVuuuf r b: V;t,w confident ol
ho favor them with their custom,
will therefore do well to call anc
i t . ifn.A rmvinsr rise
? icn r, their assortmeui, .v.
- ,U s rETERSDERGEU & BRO.
Jumitvillclept. 30, 1850-50-tf:
1 1-ISlstVator'a Sotlcc.
' . i a; nn f R tTSLUfcV
deceasoa, f onuntv, all those
casuu, i'.mbria county,
i I c,Vr by tue eB - fare r
. - . i .Aiipstpd
" Snohted to said estate ;hi
. , fni nni tnose ii:6
o miue j.uj - - . , - nnthenticatea ior
1 . a-ryarT. imiUCUWlvij ...
tjwo uwi.v i "- ti,,,r dulv authcnticaxeu
Claims will present em jduiy0BEI1TS adnC
iv- i . i kr
December z, iou-
irrTT-nc nf administration
T JSTir.ua ui r,mKvia county,
I J " . t.:.
Ii ted by the Uegistcr ui f Summcr
H tneew . . o1, ergons
iU township, ' t are request
i themselves in-" " Pt immediately,
'to can aim u, "--
i rvmg 3,7td for settlement
prest' properly authenUcated
JACOB M. PAUL., juanm-i"""-
JOIIS M WILLIAM
mil .noiviTT & IMIO.,
oinrs in Foreign
Domestic Liqu llectift Whiskey, Flour Ba
mn. Fish. CheK ..-&c. No 311, Liberty
street, opposite thcad or cmmuv-,
. , ...
December za, looj-ttj.
Hair Lace, anddal Bonnets,
and Pedal Flats, Pearl M Palm Leaf
i oolo Vvw 1W IS Ck. uxv'
Ebensburg, Jane 17,
lass, Oils, Paints ana o
VlW at S
2000 pounds wool, butter, eggs waited
VeatW ad expeditiously executed at
MAJ. JOHN BRADY, Proprietor.
April 10, 1851. ly
WASIIEVGSTOX HOI' 12,
Chestnut street, between 7th and 8th streets,
A. F. GLASS, Pbopbietok.
April 10. 1851. ly
J. B. Miles, at
MACIIETTE & RAIGUEE,
Importers and dealers in Foreign and Domestit
HARDWARE and CUTLERY, No. 12i .North
Third Street, above Race,
E. V. MACIIETTE, ABM. H. BAIGUEL
April 24th 1851. ly
COX11A1 & 1VAETOST,
Wholesale dealers in Hardware, Cutlery, 2?ails,
A c., No. 203 Market Street, above otn,
April 10, 1851. ly
WItSOX & WEST,
Successors to Rodneys,
Wholesale dealers in Boots and Shoes, Bonnet
and Straw Good, No 17, North 3d Street,
April 10, 1851. ly
MICIIAEE WARTMAtf & CO.,
Wholesale Tobacco, Snuff, and Segar Manufac
tory, No. 173, iSortn xmra street, tnree uoors
M. WARTMAS, JOSEI'Ji u. 6UK)tu.
April 24, 1851. ly
EGXER & GREGG,
Wholesale dealers in Wines and Liquors, which
they are prepared to furnish cheap to merchants
and hotel keepers. V arehouse xMarKet fet.
July 1st, 1851. ly
OR. T9I03IAS C. KEXTEVft,
Has removed his office to No. 14 South Sev
enth street, above Chestnut, .
' Philadelphia, ra.
April 26, 1852. 7-tf 20
j. y. bcshton", J. c. iiopkixs, b. STiLSON.
JOIEY Y. RITSK1TOX & C,
, . r;iu uuli umu,bu iuai neiiner tne said l lain-
Wholesale dealer m Queensware, ChinawareAlor the said Defendants, respectively may
Glassware, J c, No. 245 Market Street, I,.9 more 0f the tenements aforesaid, with the
, Philadelphia, Pa. f pirtenences, than it pertaineth to them sever-Anl-il
10. lS.il. lv i if i .
Justice of the Peace, and Scrivener, Summit, Fifrmations aforesaid, you have power to equal
Will attend promptly to collections, or othtirf sucu partitions or purports, by valuing the
business entrusted to him. Legal instrumentPorts respectively, and to award that any
of writing, drawx with accuracy and dispatcif or more shares or purports shall be subject
January 1, 1851 I he PaJment of suca 6un of money as shall
v pequal to the difference in value of any other
.ISSA" PlZlIiEIl &. CO..
unoicsaie urocers, tKtiers m t lour ana uac
Flour and Bac
Foreign Wines and lndies, Old Monongah ?,t Zt ' lato such
and ifectified Whiskey encments with the anil appear to the said
" PMimnpr fif riiirnn anient .,! o.iiu
No. 5, Commercial low, Liberty . Street,
March, 11, 1802. W.
j. mceeiiAre, Pi
155 Market Street, N. E. torner of 4th,., .
Philadelphia. -Jda il
foTnfot.irpr nr!l Wholesale DeSox-e govern-
T.irious new kinds and
id styles ,-elaw to allow
o,i m,;. ,
wool, Panama, straw
braid and lace xon-Wud tb(J
he puTc ted ; oi f .then
ace, wiufii wiiA uv ,. .
,i iuai 111 IU
r -i . r . e
,'nTT)osite Vued --O-tf
James Dougherty, at
nrnilOLD, WASH & CO.,
' , .iniv in Tobacco, bnull
Wholesale ana - - est ,
dealers in iuujv,
and Cigars, y
of Thira . k con.
OI A""" .
e and well
well selected stocfc
i,r rn hana a iaiiic
of the most ceieornieu
TOBACCO, rORT OA
house in the
I v. 1 ma
as any house m
6aie 0n as tavoram.
ritv. uruers Ki'"i'-J
civy. or0 id-.) 40-lv.
, nHAmnt ff nilf I1UCU fcw
i.nii nr leasea
The Subscriber y'"-,, IItme,
House, formerly Knowu """Market and
aSfttSS: has Ranged the name
6ame to r. n- -wTvnTRCIAL HOTEL,
t.: rrwniu nil a mc
11V, . .
lie. mi" nnfl repaper
- ll.nt till!
of remodelling, repair, new out-
- , . A A n PTlLir
s been pro-
&c , o.., r
hrn tf i aiiDiuanuivo
I this cii.V
it close prox
rteilUT the niTuTC Til , C
kvft , i j j Av.:r" " i
to cancel me oWaV' o V -i" iae' V ,;sn;nn and that ttie pamuu.
anA-AtuJ PN2 Jhnnets, or valuation fa distinctly and openly
'. i'," J llt& aP-.-o , c,nc,t nnraisements, so ty J ou ., CnnTt 0f
Vha central location, and it. close prox; " d, silk, silks, satins . "i?testt'
ortile iar 5. facility
"Vr th citv. every tacuny
ilies and temww- - ftl, reearded
. will DO oiici ,n(1 feasant.
- ake Mic Patronage respectfully cheapest rates,
A SU lil t u 1
and JAUED 1RVIN,
uJw .;id respectfully infbm
Mhat hT has received at the eig i
Grocery Store, a B .",. nf
- - - 1 na ntm On 1 1.J IWW.
pfptionaries, consisi-iu; m r-
BUU . . . ' -i-: r Rio and
rM.oa YinPtrar. mo anu
n.a . I IaTA
uacon, 1 1" ' - - . .
fee, Oranges, jemuuo,
Uurranis, Vw R,,rarsand
- - - - -
x Qin-im t racners, "
Lemon - . . -f Cptrars
Table Salt, also a . superior lot of Segar.
He mviies an w - 7
low for Cash. t -r. CRAIG.
TKoTiBVuirsr. March 12th, 1852.
I . 1 1
"lncannon nails, glass 8 by iu
salmon and mackeral at J. M0OB
I Summit, Oct. loo
. . othine. boois
Summit Oet. 7, 155.
Cambria County, ss :
xuc commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the
bnena oi Cambria county. Greeting :
Whereas Dr. William A. Viflmr f ;snrM v;ir-
roy, George Gettys and Mary his wife, formerly
Matilda lckroy, Louisa Vickroy, and William
- ;. . vuaiiuucijis wne, lormeriv cnar-
Hno iaie oi your county, wtre mmmoned
to be in our Court of Common Pleas tor the
count oi Cambria, before our Judges at Ebens
burg n the first Monday of December, A. D.,
eighteen hundred and fifty-two, to answer Ed
win J Vickroy, of a plea, wherefore whereas
they, he said Defendants and the said PlnintJflF
together and undivided do hold the following
deserted tenements or cremises. with th an-
... ' ----- - - i
" -X ' tract or land con-
tainirg pne hundred and seventy acres, known
as the 'Coleman Farm," being part of a survey
in.tb&aame of Ephraim Williams, originally
coiiM mng four hundred and thirty four acres,
sita3 in Jackson Township, Cambria county)
adjoi ing other lands of the parties to this uit,'
laiiJsf of James Williams. Henrv IVck n
; one other tract containinsone hundred
orty-one acres and 6ixtv-three Derches
knm as the "Garber Farm," and being part
oftie survey in name of Ephraim Williams
abko mentioned, situate in Jackson Townshin.
cuuuiv, uuu aujoining lanus above de
scrfcd, lands of James Williams. ITonrv Tlt
anujthers : ; also one other tract of unimproved 1
uuc uuuuicu anu miy-nve acres
rty-eigiit perches, being part of larcer
tvrveyed in name of Benjamin Williams,
all containing four hundred and forty-one
e fourth acres, situate in Jackson Town-
ship.Cambria county, adjoining lands of
Ephan Williams, Henry Beck, William Todd,
jwniiiuu uuu lue residue oi said survey,
witlie appurtenences, of which they deny
thamrtition be made between them, according
to t laws and customs of this Commonwealth0
anic statues in such case provided, and un-
juspermit not the same to be done, &c. And
it vvin such manner proceeded in, m purcourt,
tU,.oluCicu uai partition fciiould be
ma between the parties aforesaid, of the ten-
ems atoresaid, with the appurtenences.
r5refore we command you, that taking with
yoyelve honest and lawful men of your bail
iw by whom the truth of the matter may be
be known, in your proper person you go to
thfcements aforesaid, with the annurtpnfnrpB
ant at there, in the presence of the parties
aivaiu, Dy you to De lorward, if they shall
bojling to be present, the said tenements,
wifhc appurteuences, by the oaths and af
fiiions of the said twelve honest and lawful
mrespect being had to the true value of the
v , -
i.ciients aioresaid, with the appurtenences
I. Ii 3 T::. " r. vuu?" J.De
i-.iu uaic. i euuai partition in vaiuo ns
(ifesaid, cannot be made of any share or pur
there, by the same inquest, or oaths and
I'-fn tue same with said inquest : and vou Srr "
. i i. ii. - - . oatfi.x
r" "J c""v "y."Vitj the
. r. ' ' - tne said
- k wiu II M l n 1 . .
11 ""mper of naWi'iiturc on
Auis Ltter road, must necessarily
it b practicable to ar
. . , r , i
ret this monstrous uemanu uecii-m--- . attend - - uln?,
sury,- bv any other rl'w. W'VJ'
mi nf fl..rkM dial 'c
prcn short be apPtenCTDpudice to
T .1.1 with the t r,rejuu
m a U.e
interested therein iufi' , 7;" "fl
fit. at the time and place of
made, you have ut - - rambria. be-
Common Pleas for . ;; - Mon
day of March next, under jour nan
and under the nanus haTC mftde
whose oaths or pn-j- be
the same, that sucu u r - - - And
had as to law or ja jsuce - g of those by
have you then and there thenm
whose oaths -
made the same, wu " Tavlor, Presi
dent of our saiu of our
It. ii JOIlNSTOr, J- row y.
December SO, 1852-10-dj.
IV AR WITX1
,.a A-wTi GOODS !
Jolin McMccl & Co.,
:rrtn their menus
ave the pleasure w "r.--. " r,Pncd a new
iuc - , have openca a
d the public, that they haj P tunncl
at the west cnu v. - - tantiy 0n
llitzin. where they will keep eo
hand and will sell at
- uuuv - , ... a
following goou. :
- following gm" ----- - v-inM. morinoB,
. woolens, prints, plams, nc-apple
. all)acca3 cashmeres, ass -
raauiMi o .
dress goods, PS. ' l0veSt hosiery,
handkerchiefs, ribbons .buttons &c.
1 VnnnntS I
Pables0tyieS -0 quantity of
xonablo stjies a
est rates. - .haBcrs to
-ii' tn t in n Lieu Lij - x
extensive and varied stock of
e ...Ma Clothing,
his -g- . e utmost saVTV;
ot highest price paxa
Flour, Vr,::: 1. 1853. 10-tt
. uaunt", -
of the 6UDSoriutl
Came to the re
siding in Washington townsmp, "
2, on or about I?! t out.
niir" , v ' nnets ot tne iuy-
havine part ot me nKu. - -n-r
to be about lour year - perty,
quested to ftmlobr;Jy: otherwise he
M.nrrres and take bun awuy,
vim 111a -
A 1 2
be disposed of according to w'gKALLY, Jr.
mflE partnership hereioiorc -----T
'I' i Kv,nnhenrer & Btewan, 1
of Shoenberger a. . '.
,( wu o .
December 6V, k-j. -
Fornace, Indiana county, 'bergER.
At his Store one door
east of the Sentinel of
fice, a superior assort
ment of Gold and Sil
ygMB Lever watches full
- jewelled, $35,00
Silver Lever watches full jewelled, 1 0,00
i v-jiniuer escapements 12 fK)
Silver Quartiers rnft
Also a fine atsortment of eight day and thir-
tT hour clocks,
N. B. Clocks.
Watches, nnrl .Ttvtlra
. . - j - J itPiUJCU
''-v anu warranted.
WILLIAM B. HUDSON.
April 29, 1852.
MICIIAEE DiV MAGEIIAX,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
OfEce in the Court House, up stairs.
January 1, 1851. ly
S UIIEL C WEVCARD,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Will practice in the several Courts of Cam
bria, Blair and Hnnt5nrflrm rmtniias nmn
can receive adriA in thoivn inn..I. ra-.
on ma" street two doors east of the Exchange
May 8, 1851 ly.
GEORGE M. REED,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Will practice in the several Courts nf PBmKrln
Indiana, and Westmoreland cmintipo Offl
Centre sr., ioinine Gen. M'DonlH' ifn:nir
1851. ly. b
Attorney at Law, Ebensburff, Pa.
Office at his residence at the west end of the
borough, immediately below the "Fmrndrv
January 15, 1852.
THOMAS C. M'DOWELL,
Attorney at Law, Hollidaysburg, Pa.
mil attend the several Courts of Cambria
county, as heretofore. Office one door west of
m' McFarland's cabinet wareroom.
January i, mol. ly
T. E. IIEYER,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown, Pa.
OfEce on Main street, two doors east of the"
March 13, 1851. ly
CYRUS E. PERSUING,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown Pa.
January 30, 1851 ly.
E. nCTCHIXSOJf. , ' c vr. webstek.
IIITTCIIIA'SA" & WEBSTER,
Attorneys "c Law, Zbenshurg, Pa.,
TTAVE formf-f partnership for the practice of
II law in county oi Umbna.
All passional Dusmess entrusted to their
care V1 De promptly attended to.
Oitice on Centre street. adicininr thi Jwn;.
V T o
Ebensburg, July 29, 1852 il-ly.
David T. Sorr-
iucr.me for the SJrnvjasaent
the bfcUcA0, -aJTf , 3o.tice.
, Vis dttu ns i
dravm eC& c?
e ui i ?0tf.
. v-cWeUtoK.and E- . &c 1Ut:5(n J
The WrilKt. render his
iu rki if. Limt uv w . -
Uora ""i.r " v all with him, ana
house home-use to ; -
eoUcits a share oi pu r G-0 r0TTS.
April 20, 1852.
. - tv-n in exchange
Carrolltown, tn accommodate
be undersigned is prrw.;- Vho faTor
ia the best Kinu v. attention to
him with a call. a -J-. - a share of public
business to merit and cceNUY sCANLAN.
V may 20, I8o2.-ol-tf
, it.:. TYn.
Ebensburg, May i. 1831.-JT.
N. B. Shampooing
a superior mauuex.
F GROCERS and Cw
: ants Wanted,
,,OUO ttctvFUL W0SKS
TO SELL KCTOiu E-lg5S.
ni i lUS A YEAUX
Sl5"" " f tle United
anted, in every county of the t nu
n A.rtii oi iron
ke fro- 6 to $5 a day pron
I - ..l.n iMin lSIICU VI
ftsa'lhe ioob. - - ,nnnur.
ful intheir character, yhei
mnnd larse sales wherever my
command large (post
For further parM-. j,,,,,,,
nanicui"! , ----
vmiEUT SEAKS, l uousnc.,
lDl l JU1"
December SO, l852-10-j
of ckahd Barrel Salt for Lr,6h
tVTa T J,Ol U. 1 Ai fA.a fif
ill aiB1' v.,, 17. 1852
tbensourg, - -'
1 I A penen
A general assortment of BOOKS sUch
our commuu -
TT, 1. nT,Tr,Miirh Salt for sale by
JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC OR KER
V0TJS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
ising from a dis
crderod liver or sto
mac2:. puch as constipa
tion, inward piles, fullness or
blood to the he-t. acidity of lh .
6tomach, nausea, heart burn, di.-gust
for food, fullness, orwritrht in the stomach.
sour eructations, sinking or flutt?ring at the pit
or the stomach, swimming of tae neau, uur
ricd and difficult breathing, fluttering
at tbe heart, choking or sutfoca
ting sensations when in a liv
ing posture, dimness of
vision, dots or webs
before the 6ight
pain in the head, difficiency or perspiration, yel
lowness of the skin and eyes, pain iu
the side, back, chest, limbs,
&c, sudden flushes
ff heat, burning in the flesh,
constant imaginings of evil and great
depression of spirits, can be effectually cured by
CELEBRATED GERM AX BITTERS,
DR. C. M. JACKSON,
.4t tlie German Medicine Store.
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Their power over the above diseases is not excelled
-if equalled by any other preparation in iht
United Slates, as the cures attest, in many cases af
ter skilful physicians had failed.
These Ditters are worthy the attention of in
valids. Possessing great virtues in the rectifi
cation of diseases of the Liver and lesser glands
exercising the most searching powers in weak
ness and affections of the digestive organs, they
are withal, safe, certain and pleasant.
That this medicine will cure Liver Complaint
and Dyspepsia, no one can doubt after using it as
stated. It acts specifically upon the stomach and
liver ; it is preferable to calomel in all bilious
diseases the effect is immediate. They can be
administered to female or infant with safety and
reliable benefit at any time.
Look well to the marks of the Genuine
They have the written signature of C TIT
JACKSOV upon the wrapper, and his name
blown in the bottle, without which they are sou- "
or sale Wholesale and Retail at the German
Medicine Store, So. 120 Arch 3treet, one door
beitfw Sixth, Philadelphia ; and by respectable
dealers generally through the country.
To enable all clases of invalids to enjoy the
advantages of their great restorative powers.
.Single bottle 75 cents.
For sale by Frederick Kittel Druggist Ebem
burg; James Dell, Summit ; G. Muckerhide t
December 10, 1852 8-1 y.
TERRIFIC EXPLOSION ON SEC. 104
1 MILE FROM THE SUMMIT '
artd Retail Dry GowU
TnfoS!i!lbers just received from the
largest ana dchc uuencgiorsaie,
iRiPts in Tartot inty ciotn, v
"w .lien 1L11U - . 1
. - uuu " i
" and lauica nra.
and covers-. atmg,
are n" S:rent of groceries, drugs
spienuw- . nf v),;ch we oner
i i-iti a in
ever been Bold
paints m. v - - ood3 ha,e ever d -
at lower Pi.v - . of country prouu,
r ,nnntrv. All kiu
"mber. railroad ties, rags,
taken in exchange. bove Bplendid
w -will wholesale any oi u nt city
cover ireigu. MfmXSS & Utli-
. , m Wromber 4. loo
Xew Cl.alr Manumclory
.formed that the very place w I""-"-" .
1 tUa!:VA;.W AKD STOOLS.
CHAIBS, BEIXM. fin.16hf
of the best mnnniwiu...-- - - .stablish-
executed m me Detw intiK STOUGU.
ywp. ot. 27, 185l.-Cm.
VJI. MTAIlUS & SOX.
i.int Ware Rooms,
. trnnidftvBbure. P-
AUegheny oireow - .
, , L.rnv invite the attention e tfce
ttouwi"". j -
to their suprBtock of
of all Wade
or every -i d the 6bortest notice.
April 29, 1852.
To tlie Tubllc.
61 Flight bepi k"1 S1""13 "
",Sket8rabe M litre, to . tiM E"
lltKeiS Tri" " , W. tn Pit'cVilirfl?.
CnrmTnit NOV. 4
W.ramc mvw ---- ftn lhe UB.
paid,) counter Judgment P- ...
1 dersizned witnouv -.eiay -
- - . 6aine
lorit. be nas iuii t" w T t J
orted nails for sale at the store
I i..t ice paid for wool at the. store
The highest ice pai RQI)GEP.S. .
White Lead, end Linfwd Oil,
for eale by
- . ft. A