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OOT TB.TJE PORTBAIT OF WASiUnyi
r J?. WELCirS MAGNIFICENT
PORTRAIT OF WASHHGTOa.
TU. superb picture, Engraved
periniemlence ot i uoUi, " f ' .T nly correct
Sent and higldy d JuuHabeY It has
likeness 01 WOrl
.;c,nH ns the
een cna uv . - - , to
!!" P?orL.let.; of tbe adopted son of
,j - ft Wnshimiton rnrn tusus,
Vasbington v-'o" . representation of tl
"25A to Chief Justice Ta-
elcbrateu - lheUnitbd States,
'As a wort 01 an no i.-
who sees n.
IITIIATETER concerns the health ana napp -ness
of a people is ai granted that
uable importance. I take t ior
emnly XeTTStcS liSiclans. are
rn in beM.M (
Pulse lrregu.ar i -a
and you snoum . u, wv-
CONSUMPTION ISAU3IEI OF ITS TERRORS ! !
vr nvrrKRV compound sxitur ujt ..a.r.u..ixi-u., ......
ti.7ni r""" v. , i n-a tn lo n ninclf gm noa-
T i ,.i,W.l l,v all the ablest pbvsieians oi uotu ucm.u.c, - " ,
.... cir'ilr rvcTV one
LVL. couDlrj. it s my good ,e,ol.v.
i..,A in the days of my boyhoou,
. :.- , ' Ktrnn'Tlv
hole -PPearace y , 4 beneficial effect,
myiucmj. t i " rer.resentin
Ser'ectlvbe expression as w ell as the form and
Cures of the face." And says Senator Cass'
S2 TMWflfc representation of the great original.
sS niln.oresays,; appears
me to hare been aeimirauij -
i,n -worthy of the patronage of the puUic.
MnS. t the eminent portrait painter, and
fhe'pupH of Stuart, "your print , to my m.nd is
gnarSaS: together with the nob c and dig-
Sim uiua xv
those denotes worms,
apply the remedy : .
Koliciisacfc'- Worm Syrup.
eomr-ouudeu witn pvrtiy .
his being per ect.y with decided
to the mOSl uu '-",..,.,; nd
at ana ucduubku
itive remedy for arresting the orma .on c of .K
formed ; and n.o to b e Bt und" un 1 Language cannot express the value of Hastings'
other idesea5es of f boat estand 7i rcffcctliall lbut it ive8 in..mcJiate evi-
dence ot- ita abihtr do so tor in a e f rou wol.kIl,tf for Lis good. i,8 opcraUoiu are
feels that a Ftua;S""'aS Either of the disease with an energy unknown to
never delayed: It "e. "t fteeply seated indeed which can resist its unrivalled
other medicines ; and that disease. 's f , . 'f b ;n a day jjch had defied other popu.
influence. ' Hence it has frequently curedA pa.cnu c u i a auJ
lar remedies for a month; and has rc.m0H;rf:5gO passages of bile
ehest, in a few minutes, by the 'PnnS lts ac ! , 1 Khtha Syrup a trial, who has
and phlegm. : It is believed that no person listen Ilastm w e;tablished
1 " i I'..inAa
not felt benefit from it, and acKnow y--r; - othor regp0nsible pub.
by the opinions of the nuonunc , ftie Naphtha Syrup, the inedi-
aevotea to me e"" v1" , - .-t o,l h rP..rds of medical
S cror.es of my Worm . Syrup are
such that it stands without an equal m thewtj
lo 'ue of medicines in giving tone and re".
be Stomach, h eslni
remedy lor mo Vfhia Svrup after
remeuy v.-x iv-v ------
tonishing cures performed by
"" x.v"-, , , o (in a;
cal faculty had always regaracu m-""" i;r "". , "rr. :,r" fvftt. r,r,iuion. Since Dr.
- :i.:v.u,l nn nnti.pnt catca caso inai -6 -- -t .
bcicdc)! wuUi "v . . H,rn.t.f. r,rnr,PrtT of Kar.htua. wuen unueu Piuj
Hastings' TuZnd casef absolute 1 phthisics positively cured through its
other ingredients nearly a '"f X, cstaWished fact, in connection with a mass of ex-
agency, have Deen uuuu.,., , - r , , . fif vurolje. clearly trove that
.m.t RncnessfullV made 01 US Viriuea .y-v l;,V;. - , , . .
xilive cure for Consumption, even in its worst stages
Naphtha have been discovered, iney are us enu
. ,i . ... : 1 it. t.i 4to T-ttArii
lor me momeni n is icwuc-i ' j"
Thysicians have laueu, .
its superior efficacy over all others.
mnftor Vinw much cloeced up they
ut, ma.in u. pi 11.. : l.o .nnfi.l lunfrs bv dis-
icieifeu f f . ... Mff;r.na r.f the frame
. f rn i-ii 1 ri 11 f 1 1 il. ' 1 h. f -1 1 1 . .1113 u.fijvA v 1 1 u i'
I 11 111 "
tic of the illustrious man 11 coui.u -For
the great merits of this picture
rvrinej nr.. vortrait itself,
,r vrw lover i-t i'""v , . ii
THE TAPE WOU !
This is the most difficult .Worm tc .destroy o
all that infest the human , -t, -
almost Indefinite lengiu oecVf mnch effectiu--Hastened
in the Intestines and Stomach effect
the health so sad.y s EUS1
Fits, &c, that those aimcxeu . . aQ
. j.j I',, norm nusicumf,
c pect mat b ""-.1' " ntrov this Worm, a
1U liiuvi -v
i, ventilation :l anttience it is a never failing remedy in Oppression 01
s,j.rii accompanmnytt. . I vcry ' n. fe ? 1 to tafce G or 8 of my
imSTSL-Marchant and Elliott, ?aZ o remove all obstructions, that
York - Neagle, Hotherniel, and Lambdin, of Llver 1 dlb so as to ,iemo poll the Worm,
, 1 - . PhoRter Harding, of Boston ; the 0rm brup may act ui r Tnv,iCSPoon-
Custis, himseu . of Tti-e Irorw.
- 1 U J LIU M. W
Excellency MiUard nwe, Kw G
field Scott, lion. George M-f3; H
Ham R. King, Hon Dame Wb r II
t-.i 11 T.pwis Cass. Hon. m.A,
on. iiim I
- n j r i 11:; 111.
. I n u I " CO MOM. 11 ill v
lioyd, lion. --- r Winthrop.
Hon. John r. xwen - nnpv -
who says, "I woulJ rathcr V P AVhipr.le,
. . T t i,avp pvtr seen ; xj. " 'l1! . '
& ' dreTh "on. Edward Everett LL
i;icna - . vmianin.rrescott,LL.D.,
Jared. -parks LL.L i""1 1 Emerson, Esq.,
Washington .n-e- -i il1ov Fit, Green
Prof. T. C. bpnam
. . - n
Longfellow, v m-
ana irom .u.r, r - of
.1- ;a Tirnclaii
entire Union, have wuu
. r l.qa ennerb enirraving.
W. corner of FiltU J ArcU slreeu, 1
Sole Agent for Western Pennsylvania.
VfoU Mn r.nlv be obtained from Mr.
..n r,r from his duly authonzeuab-rbst
Hoboiisack'B Liver Pills.
liable to dis-
part ot the system --- . I
ease than the Liccr, it serving " J11
nurifv the blood, or giving the proper ?ecre
Snto the bile; so that any wrong action of
he Liver effects the other important parts of
uc SsU and results variously, in cr Com-
r.laint, Jaundice, dyspepsia,
xwefore, watch every symptom that might in-
dicate l wrong action ot tuo w-'-
, V f pX-Plants furnished by
nature to hel the sic'.i : . JNameiy, i,
,oraW?, whicb auguruents the secretion from
the rulmOMIJ iu:ua u"IUi.iuUv, - r--
the dicharfC ot secweu letter.
ttrna'ive, which changes in son-inexplicable and
inensible manner tne u,.- 7 nnu
t?,; "vstem 3rd. A Tonic, winch ges tone and
the sjstem. etpm. renewNlff health
strength to , iody. Cath
and vigor to all part, 01 J
artic, whicn acv ' Uno on the Bo-5l,'i
other ingredients, n ""5 corrupt and vi
and spelling the -he d mas con" P which!
tiatcd matter, anu jui..j"-0 ---destroys
disease and restores health.
im ' i ..
.-. , -xZT a rightto thecom
1 o will fiuJ these Piij3 -fa A
in inapv complaints t J.'?." ,'" ir4 Possess
. .... u!cu ron o
been of estunahln 1 ' tJZZ
Ilastuigs' Compound Syrup 01 api-iia, i
Three of the main causes ci mis p lJ
ordinary sublety, strength, and pervasiven
extends itself througho
mav liave previously been
lodgeing the particles of corrupt!
and thus producing uirougu . JJtt thus affected, 'feelinc alter taking it, as if it had
'tsZte wLicl4eir disease had stopped up, and the re-opening of
rSfrfSS: aj7rTsy S.pA S,ru,,, iu tlie dllM. for .hid. It I. .eoom-
ue 1 ?im thev commence tig it patients know
menuea, ttt AT IT IS CHI If G T H E II
an effect near
tine of blood
c-1 -o nnil Tf 'TTI
. , . . .
iltion 111 uiiiui.u; " -! '.: tJ, ,.r,l J,p fl..
ces the nerves-ana a weelVnd may take it r no other purpose than the
ally increase m i "ror the increase of H!y strength. In fine, a single trial of Hastings'
dissipation of melancholy or tf.e inc confidence of patients, and cause
Compound &yiTipoii:i - - . , . - CUI;ce llott5 CJlcl,
. . 1 1. ..4.1.. n.i 1 .il- t.rt -.T ovrv riinpr Known 1 1 1 t'nii.i u .1 i
y the reverse uiiu . c.0 Rvst !uA. Sf.. suit-
Coughs, Louts, sore inroai, , -.-
bilious and asthmatic Aneciinui i uumui r " . .
pffeetive remedy extant ; auunai.ii'iia J,uu,al.v ...T.-... .
arkSSe. LassitnJe of the mind fabWness and wasting of the flesh ; , and all d.s-
forebod-.i, are also quickly correctca oy me ay-uuia ry-
ih and muscles bra-
TLj those who use it according to directions, gener-
.1 l.lr.f (vnntilimn1
acccmpaniea wun aii'F"111' : ,
Uttnu!"""" ...... j M - , f
six bottles packed up in a box, and reauy lor
for five dollars.
XT 1 ir.( nrrs' nt Ittia aTUL', lcniji
in. jj. "'"""b" --r . - -
e svrun is made up in six ounce bottles,
is. certificates, &c. Price one dollar each, or
sportation to any part of the world, can be had
the number i
ci rt.TvlAir Street. New orK, wno
AntPrpflevick Kittell, Ebensburg,
expensive preparation, cnnot be left with
mnir.rirv nf the ouack nostrums of the day,
s. Persons who want it to sell again must pay
fore patients who cannot obtain it in the places
4 cla r.r rptiirn. as 13 v.iva
.r:.i ,nTP tbfin the trice of the v
Willi; 11 tvill l'""' . rr- ffl
cash for it, with the usuat u direct for rP,y, and we will forward it to them without
where they reside, fcho"ld"tetosua;e Us saeUvcry) provided they can be reached by Ex
delay (packed up m a j manner tc f Convnce. All letters must be port V.id-contain
press, Stage Route or any otl er mode c CL1CKENEK & CO., .No.
the price, " r. uJtf antral Agents for America.
December 1C, 18-5'2 8-Gm.
H A G NET I C;P 0. W D B R S ,
HIH0IE3 MIEB EEIHIHB0T HI TUEIS
This p-. tioni3 a powder compounded fvnts lteros, ami ric
ranee vrhich fdln z doij; nR,mftl3 an , 13 d
Arrangements hay b-SftTciTcof ies of tlie Por
.rrtv uri I M J T n f nflr moil ?r viam
I ersons br rpmUtl ,. . bee
Tcr. i.:.i. T o sonars to J. r.,.-'"".U ai-rnn - - .
Portrait sent the,,? ;;';' "ave a c .rn.V,nS the WooJ aiirV", healthy
BSLJIaffnifiwBf r... v ''" .-ess- -Ul l Uirrfaf . iuS So PfT...
17 forTLese IW " r J? 0t.uo Price i' S,1 .Wu irTE1 which
oweri free from any sub-
I stance wmcu vw- .;i ii;,irpm!in or doJ5 nnimais, huu 13 u""" v; ""J " w
odor, li? France, Russia, Sweden and Denmark,
framalioi uv -v of its efficaoyi oe proaucea.
J AMEs- ... . - , J
ted by water, but the citizens still cling tv-. -
liouses, and obstinately reiuse to leave, meging
not rise much higher, and
. : THE
Great RrltisH Quarterlies
Important Seduction in the rates of PosUg
LKOXAItD SCOTT &. CO.,
NO. 54 GOLD STREET., NEW YORK,
Continue to publish the following British p
riodicals. viz ;
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW (8B.
THE EDINBURC.II REVIEW (Wl ig).
THE N0P.T1I RK1TISH REVIEW (Free Churk)
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW (Liberalj,
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE
These Reprints have nowbecn in successful
which could compare in its effects with this Pre- their circulation is constantly on the increast
naration Others cure sometimes, but at all notwithstr.udmg the competition they encounter
diseases of the lungs an
can give relief, this will
take, nnd perfectly safe
directions. We do not advertise for the infor
mation of those who have tried it but those w ho
Lave not. Families that have known its value
will not be without it, and by its timely use, they
are secure from the dangerous consequences of
Coughs and Colds which neglected, ripen into
ti.p ljirloma of the Massachusetts Institute
was awarded to this preparation by the lioud !
of Judges in September 8147 ; also, the Mtaals
of the three great Institutes of Art, in this coun
try ; also the Diploma of the Ohio Institute at
Cincinnati, has been given to the Cherry Peeto-
Fr the Cure of
COUGHS, COLDS, IIOARSEXESS,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AXD
Of all the nuiucr.-ud medicines extant, (and
,.o i,;., ..0l,,.,t.lr.' fV.f )ip cure of Dlllmo-
nrv romnl5t9. n'otbinz has ever been found operation in this country for twenty years.
d throat where medicine irom .American periouicais oi a similar class and
do it. it is pleasant i , nu " j.icm-u.ii .umuh luaan up
iu accordance with the oi hcirct:u:.3 num iurei;;u ii-riouicais. Thi
fact shows clearly the high estimation in which
they are held by the intelligent reading public
and affords a guarantee that they are established
on a firm basi?, and will be continued without
Although these works nrc distinguished the by
political shades above ii.d:catod, yet but a smal
i portion of their contents is devoted to political
1 subjects. It is their literary character which
gives them their chief value, and in that they
staud confessedly far above all other journals of
their class. Bluclwood, still under the masterly
guidance of Christopher North, msintaius its au-
al by their Government in consideration of its J cient ceicbnty, and is, at this time, unusually at
traetn e, from the serial works of liulwer ai
other literary notables, written for that maga
zine, ai: l first appearing in its columns both in
Great Britain and in the United States. Such
works as "The Caxtons" and "My New Novel,"
(both by liulwer), "My Peninsular Medal," "Tht
Green Hand," and other serials, of whichnumer
ous rival editions are issued bv the leading pub-
ave to be reprinted by
pnges of Blackwood.
ifter it h.is been issued y Mess. Scott & Co.,
that subscribers to the Reprint of that Magazine
may always rely on having the earliest readicj
of these fascinating talcs.
e and conse-
S.-. nn t - il""isiiea at '
' 3 B. Wclch.j-', -jr The original
'SJortrait painted by T. Sully, Esq.
tfhis Portrait will be a
. . v ii aon-
XDgton, and is in every respect as well got up.
Price So.00 per cotiv. A?.7rpo
October 21, lSo'2 5L'-tf.
SrjI3HT, CAMBRIA. CO., PA.,
HAS the pleasure of announcing to all who
would secure the best bargains to be offered
in this county, that he is again in the field with
u 1.1 iUe largest, cheapest, and most carefully
elected stofV nf - J
Tall and Winter Goods !
None A ulteack,
jt-..'E!?Aents ibirCJS.,jrgents must ad
f dress Ihe Proprietor, 3. N. Hobensack, Philaiel-
jjiiia, l a.
ror sale Dy Aiurrar. Zahm & Co.. nn.l V
Hughes, Ebensburg ; A. Durbio, Munster ; John-
bion, jonnstown ; iMcLL.skey, Summitville ; E-
uocu leeg, six miles west of Ebensburg ; iuid
Dy every respectable dealer jn the State.
Keyser & McDowell, Wholesale agents, No.
ood btrcet, Pittsbarjr. who will
agents at the Proprietors prices.
BFat'nce. each lit cent 11
July 22, 185,
Txv V 1 . y. . .
uxougut to Cambria county, all of which
im m a , , I,urtna6ea ""inn the last few days in
I hiladelphia and New York, with particular re
gard to the wants of thi3 Market. 1 again flinr
my banner to the breeze, inscribed with my old
motto of . .
Quick Sales and Small Proflt3.
I confidently invite the attention of purchas
ers to ray stock, -which will be found unusually
large, varied and attractive, being full and com
plete ID every department. Everything new.
monapie and desirable will be found embra-
ceu m my assortment. Particular attention is
solicited to new and beautiful styles of
LADIES' D2LES3 GC02S,
which I have just received of late importation.
In Gents wear I defy comj-ction, and confident
I lnT!te 'nn "aminaticn of one of the largest. I
-'V auuoest selected stocks of ready-made
.Ulli tasfeimeres, tec, evir brought
wv'"",BJi comprising all colors and
qualities, which I will sell cheap and warrant to
t..CCau5i!iaiun. ,iiso, caps, bonnets,
BOOTS AXD SHOES.
of the" best qualities and latest styles, together
With f.IPfPcirnr 1,...'.. ' . . ! "Cr
. ta tionary, &c. " eroceries t, books
Splendid Assortment ! I.ooU Out !
NEW GOOES ! KITW GOODS ! !
ivory & co.,
.Ciimmiivillii r.,,.: i. . i 'x ,
vumuiia cuuuij, xiavejusi received
t -51 S1'08 market price paid for all
kinds of Produce. - -
November 11, 1852.
TISU GRAIVT isorsE.
Ccrnor of Fourth and Grant tret9. p,-f.v
THE subscriber has leased the large and well
S? ! IC1?.! feL-artine -oe.) t the Tor-
vi.n eireets, nttsburg, which
has been repaired and newly fitted upn all its
o ,u jj.ve a larger and more lib-
- , , . 1 uu lo travellers and boarders
... .xUvi nm biocjvcu wuu the most choice
, : inai Keis can anord, and his Bar fur-
...m tUv uv. ii v ouiurcspectlullvso
h.; di.vn ,.r .,t,i: J
April, 15, 185. ly.
from New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore,
lurge assortment ot '
KATt, AlVD WINTER GOODS.
Which will be sold low for cath. We will sell
our goods at a less price thur. tu,.
. ... .. - " - . v J "u.u
oeea som in this count v. and will rpt..n r,i
as cheap as they do in Philadelphia hut Wfl wont
il . ' . " "
iu sen mem ior cash, or somernin
All our goods will be sold at cash nrie m.
one monm is the longest credit we will give, and
peieon Having accounts runm'nn- Unr-o
iime, wi.i ne charged interest from that time.
Ihese are the terms, nnd we think if you call and
see our goods you will buy and save mrncy, su
gars we will sell at cost and carriage, Coffee, at
a slight advance.
uur stock consists of a In
.11 1..- 1. , . . -C Jv
uu KlUUS OI COOd3 USUa IV kent. nmnnn. -i,;j.
are Ladies Cashmeres, de Lajns and Merinoes
u.i ,rom ou cts, to 2 per yard; the same
V"U5' ua" cotton, lrom 10 to 35 cts.; Silk Warp
i 4111 viiiur Kina3 or uress uoocls
Uu,c ii epiciiuiu lot oi Knives and forks. r.O
i i i
P- iv J li I I 'jcaoinei, uas uev , , -
For z - - '' -i. -J v I. i. cJ'ork. October 1,1 8o0.
nave made a chemical examination of theV 13 Mr. Emanuel Lyon,
for the purpose of destroying insects. I do not find li t.te else. The Wasuwjg IO health,
vr.a. might be considered poisonous to the human species ; Td not worth a fartui e to insects,
whenever they are forced to inhale the fine particles of dust occasioner,, 0f the"sK Powder
forcibly in places where they frequent. JAMES R. CHILTON, Unitist-
. New Yohk. IIosriTAi.. June 'J --.
Thaye analized Emanuel Lyon's Magnetic Powders for the destruction of insects, and certify
that it is entirely free from mineral or other corrosive poison. As the result of my examination
I would say that is a combination of various vegetable substances having a peculiar influence on
the insect kingdom, and that it mav be used with perfect safety. In reference to its utility, its
enecis are astonishing. 1 belive it to be a skilfully prepared substance by which a valuable re
sult is obtained, which does effect what Mr. Lyon 533-8, and is well deserving of public patronage.
LAiVltliNLK KlilD, Professor of Chemistry.
Emanuel Lyox, Esq. (;Nev Vobk Hospital, June 1, 1850.
Dear Sir : It affords mp PTpnt. r.Vfienro in ctn;,i..- that. T have extensively used vonr
Powder for the destruction of Insects of all kinds, (especially Bed BuS and Roaches) and un
hesitatingly pronounce it the best and only article so effectual in its operation. I have also ex
perimented with your Pills, and find thim poiml in oil r.ta Trith , t itnents. Honinc
that you may prosper, I remain your friend. JOHN L. ROOME, Sup'nt. N. V. Jlospital.
n.M.-M-.i;n,irv p-v-ppih iice and usctulnass in cu
ring affections of the Lungs and Throat.
Read the following opinion founded on the
long experience of the eminent Physician of the
Port and City of '
Dr. J. C. Ayer, ST. JOHNS, May 8, 18..1.
Five vears trial of vour Cherry Pectoral in
rov practice, has proven what 1 foresaw from its,ous rival euitions are issue
composition, mutt be true, that it eradicates and lishcrs in this country, ha
cures the colds and coughs to which we, in this those publishers from the
section, are peculiarly liable.
1 think its equal has not yet been discovered,
r.or do 1 know how abetter remedy can be made
for the destempers of the Throat and Lungs.
J. J. BURTON, M. D., F. R. S.
Sec what it Las done on a wasted constitution,
not only iu the following cases, but a thousand
SruBiRT, Jan. 14th, 1801.
Dr. Ayer : In the month of July last 1 ws
attacked by a violent diarrhoea in the rnini-s of
California. I returned to San Fancisco in hope
of receiving benefit from a change cf climate
and diet. My diarrhoea ceased, but was follow
ed by a severe cough and much soreness. I
finally started for home, but received no benefit
from the voy.ge. My cough continued to grow
worse, and when I arrived in New York, I was
at once marked by my acquaintances as a vic
tim of consumption. I must confess that I saw
no sufficient reason to doubt what my friends
all believed. At this time I commenced t;k.;ng
your truly invaluable medicine with little exj ec
tation of deriving any benefit from its use.
You would not receive these lines did I not re
gard it my duty to state to the afflicted through
you, that my "health, in the space of eight
months, is fully restored. I attribute it to the
use of your Cherry Pectoral. Yours tiuly,
WILLIAM W. SMITH.
Washington, Pa., April 12, 18 IS.
Dear sir : Feeling that I have been spared
from a premature grave, through your instru
mentality by the providvr.ee e.f God. I will take
the liberty to express to you my gratitude.
A Cough and the alarming symptoms of Con
sumption had reduced me too low leave me any
thing like hope, when my physician brougnt me
a bottle of your "Pectoral." It seemed to af
ford immediate relief, and row in a lew weeks
time has restored me to sound health. If it
will do for others what it has done for me, you
are certainly one of the benfactors of man!
Sincerelv" wishing vou every blessing, I
Very respectfully yours,
JOHN J. CLARKE,
Rector of St. Peter's Church.
With such assurance and from such men, no
tronger proof cm be adduced unless it be from
ts .ffects upon trial.
P3EpRF-D A!TO SOLD BY JA1IE3 C. AYEH,
prajcnl and Analytical Chemist,
n Lowell, Mass.
Sold in Ebens rS by Fred. Kittell, and -by
Druggists and DeJcr9 in lclQe ery
August 19, 18 aa-M-uni'
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Moiuy current in the State uhert itrued uiil it
reccit td at par.
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above prices will be allowed to Clubs ordering
four or more copies of any one or more cf th
t !iiove w.ji ks. 1 mis : I our copies oi iuciwooj
or of one Review will be 6ent to one address for
$9; four copies of tiie four Reviews and Black
wood fcr -VliO ; and so 0x1.
The postage on these Periodicals has, by th
late law. been reduced, on the average, about
Forty per etrit ! The following are the prescmt
Fcr Black-wood's Magazine.
MILES. PZR QTA&,
000 9 centi
Gibson House, Cincinnati, October 9, iS:0.
c procured from Mr. B. II. Meakincs. botoo T.v.' fnrnnti. iminnmi tnic. n.i ..'...r.
fully certify as to its perfect efficacy in destrovinp- Ronihrs nTul Rats within i four minntv.(t-
1: t. . .. . - o -- u..v.
iia aiivauou. 11 is me most simple, yet perfect remedy we have ever seen.
I. K. & D. V. BENNETT
' , . . New York, Irvine House, April 21, 1819,
x uaveusea .manuel Lyon's Magnetic Powder and Pills for the destruction of Insects and Ver
min, ana 1 nave lound the most happy result, and cheerfully recommend them to those who may
mm mesfl insects, as a sure method of destroying them.
DANIEL D. JIOWARD, Proprietor Irving House.
.,..' We certify to the above.
COLEMAN & STETSON, Astor House. S. THAYER COZZENS, American Hotel
JONAS B. PHILIPS, Ass't District Attorney. PRESTON K. HODGES, Carlton House.
These articles received a premium at the Fairfif the American institute in 184S nil
est premium at the Fair of 1850. 0
miCE Lyon's Jl.ijnetic Poictlers, 23 cents per Flask : nils. 25 cents per Box.
All Orders must be addressed (post-paid) to C. V. CLICKENER & Co., General Agents, 81, Bar
clay street. New lork,
iTOFir! r'TSTVfcZCAIi HAIR IX-
J -J "
This dclishtful ami popular art5cle ia tbe lest
preparation for the hair wM-h."nS experience
. " . . . . J
SfMPntltlr rpvpftrrli lino Y.rt.uct:u
- u vxu 1
in all the JSaeases to which
1.. .).,...,:... : i i ni .-m filinc
dui wium we assert iuv ucm u
(1. C 11UU1.
Any distance not exceeding
Over GtiO and not exceeding 1500
Over 150'J and not exceeding 2500
For a Revievr.
Any distance not exceeding 5(!0
Over 500 and not exceeding 1500
Over 15(.K and not exceeding 25J0
At these rates no objection should
H will impart to the rough estv"a CCar
lir the n.ost ,'ieautiful appearance cutire
Agent Fred. Kittell, Ebensburg ; James Cell, Summit ; G. II. Muckerhide, Johnstown.
December 10, 1852 8-Cm.
xfew Store and Cheap Bargains.
aonf.rr" T.C7 !- Ye call the fBUe undersigned would inform th
altention of everybody to our stock of
-."itii nu muue 10 orucr. oi the best tsWen ta
. . r- i - ., . "'
uiuci lueuiouame mofis. u
. 1 1 uu 11.11111. :i rill Rrviri ;
thousand dollars worth of these goods, and will , E00l3 : Cloihs Cassimeres, TweedaS
sell them cheaper than thev' can bo o,ri. a "lett ('inghums, Vestinas. Calien,
1 t . ----- - MlA 1 v.A- r . - " ' 1 ...
any otuer place. The best kind of overcoats cairns, Alpaccas, Bombazine. Bar-
e Jsames, lustres, Shawls, Ribbons.
hosiery, jaces, Thread, $c, J c.
ItOBLRT DAVIS. R. J.. JOHNSTON'. 3IOBRI3 J. EVAXS
The undersigned continue to keep at their
fuew warehouse the fullest and best assortment
of Stoves that was ever offered for sale in Ebens-
1111? Tn OiLlifinn ' l fLicn . r. ....... I .
........it. iv. iii ill. itniii:. 1 '
IOrmerlV Of-f.ll-nirv1 1,.V. , .... '
--j -..v i,j u vim ung, wnere will be
and the public, that they have opened a1!'
store at Plane No. 2, A. P. R. R. in tl,e roorrJ Ij
: nants for . ini. e&caf Jou de
Jackets and Sack coats, very cheap. ' A email BuU01is Gl
from v'5.50 to
lot f?-. . . ." I T pn r
1 m, 7 CU6wniw pants, and hne satin uuis, BU0S, HATS AND CArs
and snk velvet vests, bought in New York, will Umbrellas. Parasol. nd ?.,. A , ,
Ourwhilo vi ., . uare ana ut'ery, Books and Stationary.
tgtZTS E Ff f?-,
money to pay for them. Com on ?ps' ll,1 fcalr Tobacco, iffars. &c All of
sell to you right at one
OTflnuV. A H
a., - ' 1 v. viiivuijuy
... s.-u. v.ii 1 :i if 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 1. r n.n
. . r j wi. o t n
one price, anu sell lor cash.
o .4 . W- w. IVORY & CO.
Summitville, Oct. 21, 1852 52-tf.
Li- M. SCIIMUCKER. of iro!?idlvSh-rn.
llOiei ID l-.ncnKhliriT Irm I cL-ino 0.-..I . ...
the 20th to the 80th of each month. 1 ra " ra
perfonn all operations required for the preser-
5tnral teeth bv insprtinn- nHtfioi vls Mioes, bummer
.K 1- il -C
i 1 1 iiii Tiiov -niA -wAVN.-.-Mn.i a- ii .
T AV iWA V trtl III NP JIT. inIM
and mvittUhe attention of hnvpr fo
or goods, confident that thov inn r..i
" 1--. . - - . "l" "--'!
vtm aa rieav, anu in lact. cieanerr. fhnn
can purchase elsewhere.. Jl
lioduce of all kinds taken in .T.hn
.. . , " 1U1I
r ',auu casu llcver refused. Call soon, at
! .. ..wc, ii juu want to pe supplied.
Plane No. 2, A. P. R. R. 1
March 13, 1851. ly
Star, . Sperm and Mould Candles fcr 1P
n 1 U T . I Oi - I
JJiica oiore 01 J. MUOli
. -Ust quality, from a single to a full set. KoT' 7 1. n-V'" "aUorenco ,Str.a
All operations will be" faithfully attended to "rili' . &c-
1 . t. .. 1 . , - 11 . ouu v oaic ai meciienn R! n-r t 1.1 f 1 1 r I. .1 t . r- . ,
on uie marge moaeraie. Jof T i,An,, ,r, ' I If 11 xacon aiwnys on nana, ana wei
r- Bbwsburz. Sertocnbw art 185RfLw -iVw. f nave just received 20 barrels best
' i ' 1' for sale on commission. " IVORY & CO. I
the Ebensburg Foundry-, which for strength and
iuraoiiity cannot ne excelled, a personal visit
to Philadelphia and Pittsburg, has enabled us
to procure a supply of the favorite patterns of
Cooking and Parlor stoves now in use in those
cities. So that w ithout boasting, we may safe
ly say that we have the completest assortment
for the Kitchen and the parlor, ever offered for
sale in Ebensburg. Having a
ittached to our ware room, we are at all times
prepared to fit up and furnish stoves in the ve
ry best manner ; and supply our customers with
every variety of
The Ebensburg Foundry, is still in blast, and
nanufacturing Iron railing. Stoves. Plousrha.
Plough Points, Mill Irons, Patent cutting boxes,
and every thing made at Foundries. Having
two nrst rate turning lathes, we are prepared to
;ive our woik me very pest nmsn.
As this is the Holiday season, we are sure no
more acceptable present could be made to your
ood wives, than a Good Looking Stove.
Call, see, and J udge for yourselves, before
pnnvni- nine ?, rr
tm ..wi'tji.i. x.i , i Ok. W.
I Ebensburg, Dec. 23, 1852 9-tfj.
for the toilet of those who wisu to retain
hair in all its youthful
LUXURIANCE AND BEATJT7,
it must not be forgotten that in all disea
the hair or scalp, such as the falling of the hair
dandruff, pimples, or soren on the scalp, &c., it
is, perhaps the article which has given decided
satisfaction in every instance where it has been
Its operation in case of baldness is peculiarly
active, so that, in numerous, where other reme
dies have been tried in vain, STORK'S CHEM
ICAL INVlGOltATOit has superseded the orna
ments of art, by reinstating, in full plentitude,
tho permanent gilts and eraces of nature. It
is possessed of a character wholly eliffering from
the (Jils, Lrease, Lestoratives, which are
now so numerously foisted on the public, under
the pretence of beiug newly discovered for bald
ness, gray hair, &c.
has now been tested for years, and its efficacy
has been proved by thousands, Every year its
reputation and sales have increased, until mor-i3
of it is consumed anuually than of any oth
preparation for the hair everoffered totheAr.'"
as heretotore, to receiving tac worss ly mail,
and thus ensuring their speed v, safe, and regular
Remliianccs and communications should
be always addressed, post-paid, to the Publish
ers, LEONARD SCOTT & CO..
7'J Fclton' Street, New York,
Entrance 51 Gold street.
N. B. E. S. & Co., have recently published.
and have now for sale the "FA RME11S C, VIDE'
by Henry Stephens of Ediuburg, and Prof. Mor
ton of la.e college, ?.ew Haven, complete iu A
sevol royal octavo, containing 1CO0 pages, 14
lste, and GOO wood engravings. Price, in mus
lin Liuding, $ G ; in paper covers, for the mail, $5.
TC2:olcsa!c and Retail
TIN, C0PFEH, AND SHEET-IE0N,
MAX t IM ITORY.
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, Store J'ij'e, Dripping Pans,
Zinc Boilers, Coal Buckets, Tea Kettles, J?c., $e,
which he will sell, wholesale or retail, as low as
any other establishment in the country.
He is also prepared to manufacture Spouting
Rouses, at the shortest notice, and on tne
. 1 X 1 it.
la c. r-vKsoTiable terms, .vierciianis ana otner
m irous of purchasing bills of ware, are res
deS fully invitt J to call, as he is prepared to sell
Pcn .(1 ermallv ft cheap as they can be had
"her cast or west, and ail orders addressed to
lv attended to.
urea i acaicimrsn.
'jbensburg, at the warehonse of the nnder-
on hand ana win aeii on
ican public. It is compounded on strictl'-
entific principles, and the proprietor will
his reputation on its efficacy. .. . .
Its extraordinary cheapness places
the reach of the humblest family, . ,
ceded value insures it a place on th'T- A r
rious toilet. Ae. "ft
ft If) -i .v
Jfc or sale by the proprietors pr- (u ' JpOg
j. i . .-l p. t
lOA 1. l l .1 . ( .
For sale by Fred. Kittell.
T!11 Summit n riL-vi1ii.B
December 10, 18528-
Sli J-i liar Room, coal stove :
Air. tl A nJ pattern which cannot bo excelled
07eV. ' Come nnd see them, and don t for-
1tt-W---TTltiouT wile aiong u j"" "
Job Work ofV- every description, done on tb
shortest notice. 0 Old copper and pewter, taken
in exchange tor wa- , .-e
Sed who has
STOVES OF ALL KINDS,
-.in" of Globe; Flat Top, complete ; Tie
complete ; complete Cook ; the New Com
; Cools Favorite ; Delaware Cook ; hey
. 7v:.. r-,,,,7 n,jrrr. Parlor stove; Bot
-"" - ......
all oi toe
by a strict attention
to business, to receive ;.'y, liberal share s of pubU
': r"-')RGE lIAn-AJii
1.1 .lo.u. '
- T 'tl
ETTERS of AdminVyNF.
OOL, Butter, and all kinds of Grain,
taken in exchange for goods at
J. Moire's sre.
ed to the undersiy
Cambria county, un l.
deceased. AH pJ"sons
are requested t makf
us, and those naviug
properly auncnticati. . .
SCSAN 11 II El
ANDREW J. R - -EbeDSburg,
October 21, A il
On. .e L
. , - A
to call, itc receieo
Phihideljihi the -
wtcu e-:th:r m iaa
- Vests, ly ny
3 n et S0J" 7vyi, ! con-
,e9' iice taken 1
? qnarL aaj f,