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ABRIVAI OP THE DANIEL. WEBSTER
Two Weeks Laler from California.
New Orleans, January 8.
The steamship lnniei Mebster, Capt. Graf-
fam, from Sn Juan i.x;errtiiua, vri!ck port she
left on 2I iri-t'iit, nrrive.i at her wharf in this
ciry tr ch;, Vtl. hi.yncf ft cm Sir FrarciMo :
pet-ember UlK tvo ttkslatci than these re
ceiveJ by the Fa'nn.
The entile trip frora an Francisco to New,
Orlesus bits iiue been in twenty-three days
being t'"e 01 ,r' "xol rapiu ever eccomphshed
The Daniel Webster brings about one hun
dred passengers, Who have among them' about
One of her passengers reports that the regu
kr niiiit steamer to Panama would take in the
neighborhood of .$2,000,000 in gold.
The news from San Juan de Nicaragua is of
no special importance. The health of the place
was pood, and the transit across the Isthmus
never better the trips being regularly made
without any detention whatever. From Califor
nia the news is interesting, but there are no fea
tures of unusual importance.
A number of passengers by the steamship Ci
ty of Tittsburg, destroyed by fire at Valparaiso,
LaJ arrived at San Francisco.
The first legal execution took place at San
Francisco on the 10th inst.
A large portion of the city of Shasta was de
stroyed by fire on the 28th November. The to
tal loss was about 100,000.
The roads between Columbia and Stockton
were so bad that tlestngcs have been abandon
ed. Flour was selling at Columbia at 80 per
A petition for the adoption of the Maine Li
quor Law was in circulation. Also petitions for
a bettor observaance of the Sabbath.
Catharine Hayes was achieving immense tri
umphs : the first choice seat, at an auction sale
Lnd realized 1,100 premium.
The rainy season had commenced in good
earnest throughout California, and at the date
i 1 ....,.. 4l, . , , ,
if the departure of tins steamer, the floods';
, i i o. iQ . i ii ., , 1S
irrpil manv ot the roads whollv tmiwi tJa I.
rendered many of the roads wholly impassible.
The rains had, however, but little interfered
with the operations of the miners, who are rep
resented as doing very well. The greatest
drawback to them was the continued high pri
ces for food the want of which many of them
The mnrkrt for nearly every description of
produce had largely advanced since the depart
ure of the steamer of the 1st.
The greatest advance that had been realized,
was in the price of flour, which command fig
ures never before heard of since the discovery
cf the Stale.
Provisions were very scarce, and held nt rates
too liph to admit operation, except for the sup
plv of actual wants.
The general feeling in the market was, in
consequence of this rapid advance, quite inani
mate. An organization of robbers had been discov
ered in Los Angeles county, who carried on
their operations io such an extent as to excite
the feni of the whole neighborhood. Plans were
therefore adopted for their capture, which were
successful, and several of them were executed.
Sacramento, had been almost, entirely rebuilt,
ana tne appearance ot the city is groatlv im
proved. The clipper ship Sea Witch, Capt
Fraser, which left New York, Auj
20, had ar
rived at San Francisco
0ir ndvicc3 from the Sandwich
ten days later.
The only news of importance is the occur
rence of a serious riot among the seamen con
nected with several American whaling vessels
in port. At the latest accounts, however, the
riot had been quelled.
Thina dates to October Cth had reached San
frxneisco.- The news whs unimportant.
Honolulu dates nro to the 10th November,
r. give the partieulars of a serious riot occa
sioned by American sailors, and before it was
ouellcd the station house and Harbor
cSice were burned down.
Impoilnir rrrrmpiii( Innnnrndnn of:
the Jackson Kunestrlan Statue. j
Washington, January 8. j
The ceremony ot inaugurating .Mills eques-
trian statue takes place to-day, and the occasion I
i .i t. r i - - - i t
ins crawn imoera i.irge nnmoer oi uistmguisn
c.l persons from nil parts of the country, to wit
lu'ss and take part in the inauguration. The
military, with detachments from the
curiae corps, b.ead? ol lcpartments.
ot tlie two Houses ot Congress and citizens,
f trnngers, kc, bpjran to assemble at the City
Hall as early s nine o'cloek, and about half-pa-t
ton o'clock the r recession was formed un
der tlie direction of Col. Geo. W. Hughes, as
The procession -was very imposing and moved
down Four nnd-a-half street to Pennsylvania
Avc-nne. and up the Avcnnp. to Lafayette Sc).Tnre.
Tne streets, and especially Pennsylvania Aven-:
Uf. were thrr:rged by an immense concourse of i
citizens, and tl.c scene wr.s nt once
Upon the arrival of the procession at the mon
ument, whore n immense cor.course had as
sembled, nfter an eloquent prayer by the Rev.
Mr. But'cr. Chaplain of the Senate, the address
was delivered by the Hon. Stephen A. Douglas,
and the Statue was then unveiled.
The unveilinc was received with repented
cheers by the assembled multitude, and almost
evrry head in the vast concourse was uncovered.
The address nf Senator Douglas was exceed
ingly able and highly interesting.
A national s:dute was then fired, and other'
ceremonies had. j
Opening of the Halt lino re ana OI. Io It a II
road. Baltimore, Jan. 10. The President and D'r
tctors of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Com
pany, the Governor and members of the Legis
lature of Maryland, the City Councils of Balti
more, some fifty members of the Legislature of
Virginia, and about 700 invited guests, left this
city this morning, in a train of twelve magnifi
cent cars, for Wheeling, to attend the celebra
tion of the formal opening of the road. The
whole company will be entertained at Wheeling
with a grand banquet.
Baltimore, Jan. 10, 9 P. M. The excursion
train for Wheeling reached Cumberland safely
Gov. Lowe overtook the party at Cumberland!
In a SDecial train.
The Seminole Indians.
Baltimore, Jan. 10. The Governor of fJlori
la has 6ent a message to the Legislate ts.re, call
ing for forces to aid the General Gove rnment in
driving Billy Bowlegs from the country, he be
ing reported to be fortified south cfc Fort Myers.
The Governor recommends that iMhree hundred
Creek warriors be sent into th swamp to cap
ture the Seminoles.
Arret of a Member.
'lit t li e Mlclilcau Le
Detroit, Jan. 8.
ConsidfTh'e t excitement existed at Lansing
on Thnim into l consequence ii tue arrest ot j.
Straiolable bunher of the Assembly, by under
Sbe AflR.;i iv. Tuttler. of this city, on an in-
t, and made i against him last June, at Mack-
Tie,t. r the eserme of a prisoner. Mr
g the escape
nd artie.W ed the House
uvuaitcu. O - .
only protesting -A resolution ordering him into
P U Moneur " Sergeant-at-Arms, was laid on
. tbft whole matter was referred to
'l ingi hi ,
. H5ellll "''dgeCoiifllet between
Tt. - II' , - -
Axie "atuiiigton. correspondent of the Balti
more sun writes as follows, under date of 1 e
ceiuoer -oin. so it seems the worst feature of
u;e "neemig Jiridge Case is yet to be decided
We shall look with enxiery for the result:
Public attention will soon be called tothcre
rri.M.I-l.??. int-fl!.t V r ....... .1 T - ,
...... . ..L.iv, iaibtoi uie unm a states U-
prrme i,ouri ana the legislative brunch of il
tLi -rnimMit in flit VUi.li,n
. . Ui,ugC rasCi -jj.
t.ourt, uy a uecree at its late session, after a re-
7b,,, k "l l,,e uecrcea that the bridge
should be removed as an obstruction to naviga-
' 10 a, certain height, and they
unoweu a certain lame within which the bridge
company should comply with Dip
uecree. Congress, at the hits snc&irm Dn,i
the adjournment of the Court, constituted tli
bridge a post road, with a view to save the
bridge ana evade the decree. Thev undrtako
to legalize what the Judiciary lias decided to be
Ia February, the U. S. Marshal will Drocppd
to execute the decree, and summon a posse, and
if need be, call upon the President for vnilitn-rv
aid. The Governor of Virginia, on the other
hand, will resist the execution of the decree and
employ the militia for that purpose. There is a
clash of authority between co-ordinate branches
of the government and in which States are depn-
ly interested on one side and the other. W'heth
er Congress or the Court is to yield is the ques
Counterfeit Money. A new batch of coun
terfeit money has found its way into circulation
in this vicinity, lue assortment consists of Gi-
raru ana lorkos and Harrisburg 2's. They
are all easily detected by men who handle a
great deal of money, but are well calculated to
deceive others. Hollidaysburg Standard.
Navigation Closed. The water was drawn
off the canal on the Cth inst., the last boats of
the seasou having arrived here on the 5th. This
ctnouu iiilllU" milieu Ull llieoill. 1UIS
i. i . .i i
much later than ever the canal was kept open
f . . .
before. Of the amount of business done on it.
we can form no opinion the Canal Commis
sioners will, probably, in due time, let the peo
ple know. Hoi. Standard.
ForcE of habit. Lord Campbell, in his
"Lhes of the Chancellors, " says that Lord
Tenderdcn, the celebrated judge, expired with
these words on his lips, "Gciitlemen of thejury,
you will now consider your verdict." The last
words of Lord Ilermaud, the Scotch judge, were
equally striking and professional "Guilty, but
recommeuded to the mercy of the Court."
JGST'Eurying alive is of frequent occurrence
in the California diggiu3 during the wet season.
The late journals give accounts of many acci
dents of this nature, but none fatal.
fPHE undersigned Auditor appointed by the Or
1 phan's Court of Cambria County, to make
and report distribution of the assets remaining
in the hands of Samuel McMullen Administra
tor of the estate of John MoMuilen, deceased.
iI:lte of Clearfield Township
nci uoimes un persons lnterestcu mat lie
will attend to the duties of said appointment at
his ofiice in L'bensburg, on Monday the 14th day
of February next, nt the hour of one o'clock, P.
M- G MO HUE M. HEED, Auditor.
Ebensburg, January 7, 18-33 12-3tj.
fpIIE undersigned Auditor appointed by the
1 Orphan's Court of Cambria county, to make
and report distribution of the assets remaining
in the Iiand.j of John Swam Administrator of
the est.-te of Francis Swam, deceased, late of
Hereby notifies all persons interested that he
will attend to the duties of said arnoiutmeiit at
1,1:1 oillcc 111 LbcIlfct,u,'S ou Thursday the 17th
da y ot f ebruary next, at the hour of one o'clock.
P. M. GLOI1GE M. REED. Auditor.
Lbens:mrg, January LJ, 18oo 12-3tj.
Atfiuizii! Tutors' XotiCC.
T ETTEJtS of Administration having being grr
It ted to the subscribers by the Register of Ca
bii.i county, on the estate of Eleanor Trotter,
late of Washington tow-ship, deceased ; all per
sons kuowing themselves indebted to said estate
ara requested to make payment immediately,
and those having claims against the same will
present them properly authenticated for settle
ment. The accounts are in the hands of Domi
nick Dimond. DO.M1NICK DIM ON D, , ,
HENRY TOPPER. '
January 13, 18-33 12-0tj.
ETTERS of. Administration de Lonis non on
e estate of Jt.hn Trotter, late of AVashing-
ington township, Cambria county, deceased,
Iiiivinrr bo: n "ranted to the subscribers, all ner-
0 - . 7 1
sons know ins: themselves indebted to said estate
will come forward j:nd settle ; and those-having
claims against it, will present them properly au
thenticated for i-et Yemeni.
January 13, lb.3 12-Sij.
EETI.NG of the Ebon.burg and Cherry-
ree 1 .auk Road Company, win ie lie id at
the Court House in Lbeiifcburg, on Thursday,
the 20th January instant, at oue o'clock P. M.,
at which time the bocks will be opened and
other busintss transacted to promote the inter
est of the enterprise.
As the advantages of Plank Roads are fully
acknowledged, im-.l as this improvement must
pass through the tenter of Cambria county, de
veloping its resources in a very high degree
all wishing well to the interests of the county,
are respectfully invited to attend and lend a
Let there be full attendance ; let every one
co-operate and success and the best interest of
the community will be promoted by united ac
JOHNSTON MOORE, President.
E. Hvghes, Secretary.
Ebensburg, January G, 1853 ll-3tj.
T ETTERS of administration having been gran
Jfd by the Register ot Cambria county,
theitate of Elizabeth Paul,
late of Summer-
hill wnship,- deceased ; all persons knowing
them. Ives indebted to said estate, are request
ed td Ji and make payment immediately, and
those av'mg claims against said estate, will
preset properly authenticated for settlement.
JACOB M. PAUL, Administrator.
Deceber 23, 1852 9-Ctj.
JOHXyuEVlTT. WILLIAM M'DEVITT.
JOlX 31DET1TT & I1UO.,
Wholea grocers and dealers in Foreign and
Domestic I mors, Rectified Whiskey, Hour, ita
con, Fish, heese, &e., &c. No 311, Liberty
street, op pete the head of Smithfield, Pitta-
December 1852 9-tfj.
Pittsburgh, Dec. 1, 1852.
THE partnertip heretofore existing under the
firm of ShoVDerger & Stewart, in Blacklick
Furnace, Indiai. county, Pa., is this day dis
solved. , i. SHOENBERGER.
JT. D. HUGUES,
JYow is the time to buy cheap Clothing.
Evans & ISuIies.
THE firm of Evans & Hughes, have just re
ceived from Philadelphia and New. York, j
large assortment of
TALL AND VIHTEIi CLDTHIXG,
which can't be beat fr style and finish in wes
tern 1 ennsylvania. Among which may be enu
merated, lieaver, relt, and blanket over coats.
sattinets, cassimere and cloth pantaloons of
all sizes and qualities, vestings of all kinds, to
gether with boys clothing, also, bats, caps, um
brellas, &c, &c.
V e 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 loicer than the lowest.
Ebensburg, October 21, 1852-52-tf.
Adams & Co.'s Express.
JF. n . Ivory & Co.. agents will forward all
packages of goods or money, daily except Sun
day, to all the principal cities in the Union and
all the towns on the Rail Road between Philada.
and Pittsburg. Drafts collected from California.
Drafts sold on Ireland, England or Scotland.
from 1 upwards. Money for drafts must be
Nov. 4. 1852. -
DEALER in staple and fjiucy 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
sh set-iron ware, tin ware, copper and brass
kettles, &c, &c.
Grain, wool, butter and other country produce
bought and sold.
A denier 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 49-tf.
WM. DAVIS. JOUS LLOYD.
f?avis & Lloyd,
Having formed a partnership in the
Would respectfully solicit the patronage of their
friends and the public generally.
Call and see us at the old stand of William
April 29, 1S52.
THIS WAY TOE GOOD AND
Will be opened this week at the brick store
of J. Moore, in Lbensburg; a general assort
ment of cloths, cassimeres, satinetts, tweeds,
and a great variety of summer goods,
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
Thd subscriber, thankful for past favorsi ear
nestly requests his customers, and the public
generally to at least call and examine his 6tock:
and if lie cannot suit every person in quality
and price it is hot his fault. Produce and lum
ber of all kinds tnken in exchange for goods;
and he also takes CASH when oS'ered.
Ebensburg, April 2S, 1851..
The subscriber would respect fully inform his
friends and customers, that he has received and
is now opening, at the store room formerly oc
cupied by Richard Lew is, dee'd., a large and
general assortment of goods, consisting in part
DRV GOODS, GROCERIES. HARD-WARE.
Queensware, Hats, Caps. Roots, Shoes, &c, all
of which he is determined to sell low either for
cash or approved country produce. He solicit
examination of his stock, and is confident he
can sell cheaper than the cheapest.
GEO. J. RODGERS.
May 8, 1831 30-If
The Union ! Xotv sinri Farever !
PETERSBERGER, -being in Philadelphia
at present, is sending home daily, by Ex
press and otherwise, a full and fashionable stock.
of all descriptions of goods, to which they call
the attention ol buyers, being confident of
pleasing all, who favor them with their custom.
Purchasers will therefore do well to call and
examine their assortment, before buying else
where. S. PETERSBERGER & BRO.
Summitville, Sept. 30, 1850 50-tf.
iMssoltitimi ol' Partnership.
THE partnership heretofore existing between
Augustine and Sylvester Weaklin in the
Blacksniithing business was this day j dissolved
by mutual consent. The books of said firm
are left in the hands of Augustine Weaklin for
settlmcnis. SYLVESTER WEAKLIN.
January G, 1853 ll-3tj.
v Valuable Property for Sale.
THE subscriber will sell at private sale the fol
owing described valuable real estate, viz :
The tavern house with all the necessary fixtures,
in the town of Jefferson, Suminerhill township,
Carabtia 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.
Also about 100 acres of first rate land, within
J 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 C, 1853 ll-3tj.
q((j Barrels of Salt for sale by wholesale o
CJUU retail by IVORY & CO.
Summit, Oct. 7, 18.2.
Oils, Paints and
Drugs of nil kinds
J. Moore? s.
2000 pounds wool, butter, eggs wanted by
Neatly and expeditiously executed at this Office
The highest price paid for wool at the store
GEO. J. RODGERS.
WHISKEY. .Whit Lead, and Linseed Oil,
for sale by J. Mnrt.
MAJ. JOHN BRADY, Proprietor.
April 10, 1851. ly
J. H. Miles, at
MACIIETTE & IMIfilTL,
Importers and dealers in Furdyn and Domestit
HARDWARE and CUTLERY. No. 124 North
Third Street, above Race,
E. V. MACIIETTE, ABM. II. RAIGUEL.
April 24th 1851. ly
tOMMI) & WALTO.Y,
Wholesale dealers in Hardware. Cutlerv. Xail
yc, No. 203 Market Street, above 5th,
'-i in m-i i Philadelphia, Pa.
April 10, 18ol. ly
WILSOX &. WEST,
Successors to Rodneys,
Wholesale dealers in Boots and Shoes. Bonnet
and Straw Good, No 17, North 3d Street,
April 10, 1851. ly -
MICHAEL WARTM IA & CO.,
Wholesale Tobacco, Snuff, and Segar Manufoc
ry, No. 173, North. Third Street, three doors
i org, io. 1 4
Street, three doors
JOSEPH D. SORVER.
April 24, 1851. ly
Wholesale dealers in J7 and Liauors. which
they are prepared to furnish cheap to merchants
and hotel keepers. Warehouse 208 Market St.
July 1st, 1851. ly
OR. THOMAS C. BCIVTIXfi,
Has removed his office to No. 14 South Sey.
enth street, above Chestnut,
April 2G, 1852. 7-tf 2C
W. X. Bifluius, J. C. HOPKINS, R. 8T1LSON.
JOHN Y. RESI1TOX & C,
Wholesale dealer in Queeiisnare, Chinaware,
fl p.- 'V.. t 4 r , . .
uiussuure, jc, x. .-o .Market street,
April 10, 1851. ly
Justice of the Peace, end Scrivener, Summit, Pa
Will attend promptly to collections, or other
business entrusted to him. Lesral instruments
of writing, drawn with accuracy and dispatch
January 1, 1851.
John Faricer. James H. Parker
JOIEY 1MRKER & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, dealers in Flour and Bacon,
Foreign Wines and Brandies, Old Monongahela
and Kectihtd Whiskey.
No. 5, Commercial Bow, Liberty Street,
March, 11, 1852. ly.
155 Hrket Street, N. E. Corner of 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, furs,
i;c.,,whichwill be sold cheaper than the cheap
est. ' v Feb. '52, 19-ly-
KACCDLER & FEATHER,
Wholesale dealers in Boots, Shoe. Bonnets,
and Palm Leaf Hals, No. 13G North Third Street
(opposite the Eagle Hotel,)
February 20, 1852. ly
Jamos Dougherty, at
RE1XHCLL, A$H &
Wholesale and retail dealers in Tobacco, Snuff
and Cigars, warehouse at the South west corner
of Ihird and Race streets, Philadelphia, lately
occupied by Ludwig, Kneedler & Co., keep con
stantly on hand a large and well selected stock
of the most celebrated brands of
CHEWING TOBACCO, IMPORTED CIGARS,
Domestic cigars, and Snuff, which they offer for
Bale on as favorable terms as any house in the
city. Orders promptly attended to.
September 23, 1852 40-ly.
The Subscriber having leased the Public
House, formerly known as the American House,
No. 18 S. Sixth Street, between Market and
Chesuut Streets, has changed the name of the
THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
Begs leave to inform his friends and the Pub
lic, that this house 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 Public 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 respectfully"
JACOB G. LEBO, JARED IRVIN,
October 21, 1852 52-Cm.
Came to the resideuce of the subscriber, re
siding in Washington township, near Tlane No.
2, on or about 1st of December, a red steer,
having part of the right ear cut out, supposed
to be about four years old. The owner is re
quested to come forward, prove property, pay
charges and take him away, otherwise he w ill
be disposed of according to law,
JOHN SFALLV. Jr.
Washington tp.' December 0, 1852 10-3tj
The subscriber would respectfully inform his
friends that he has received at the eign of the
Grocery Store, a general assotment of Groceries
and Lonfectionancs, consisting in part of Flour,
Bacon, Fish, Cheese, Vinegar, Rio and Java Cof
fee, Oranges, , Lemons, Raisins, Prunes, Dates,
Citron, Currants, Preserves, P. Sauce, Catsup,
Lemon Syrup, Crackers, a fine lot of Sugars and
lable bait, also a superior lot of Segars. -
He invites all to give him a call as he will sell
low lor cash.
J. B. CRAIG.
Ebensburg, March 12th, 1852.
Duncannon nails, glass 8 by 10 and 10 bp 12
salmon and mackeral at J. MOORE'S,
Kigs assorted nails for salo at the ptore
GEO. J. RODGERS.
At his Store one door
east of the Sentinel of
fice, a superior assort
ment of Gobi and Sil
ver watches and fine jew
elry. Gobi Lever watches full
Silver Lever watches full jewelled. 1 0.X)
Silver Cylinder Escapements 12,(0
Silver Quartiers G (H)
Also a fine atsortment of eight day and thir
ty hour clocks.
N. B. Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry repaired
at shortest notice, and warranted.
k , ,o, WILLIAM 13. HUDSON.
April 29, 1852.
MICHAEL IA 3IAGCIU,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Office in the Court House, up 6tairs.
January 1, 1851. ly
SAMUEL C. WLCAItI,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Will practice in the several Court nf Pnm.
bria, Dlair and Huntingdon counties. Germans
can receive advice in their own language. Office,
on main street two doors east of the Exchange
May 8, 1851 ly.
CiEOIlGE M. REEIi,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Will practice in the several Courts of Cambria.
Indiana, arid Westmoreland counties, nfficp on
Centre St., joining Gen. M'Donald's dwelling.
ou. ia, ico i. iy.
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Office at his residence at the west end of the
Borough, immediately below the "Foundry."
January 15, 1852.
THOMAS C. M'WOWELL, .
Attorney at Law, Hollidaysburg, Pa.
Will attend the several Courts of Cambria
county, as heretofore. Office one door west of
m. McFarland's cabinet warerooiu.
January 1, 1851. ly
T. L. IIEVER,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown, Pa.
Office on Main street, two doors cast of the
March 13, 1851. ly
CIRl'S L. PERSIIIIVG,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown Pa.
January 30, 1851 ly.
E. HUTCH IXSOX. C. W. WEBSTER.
HLTCIIEVSO & f VERSTER,
Attorneys at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.,
HAVE formed a partnership for the practice of
law in the county of Cambria.
All professional business entrusted to their
care will be promptly attended to.
Office-on Centre street, adjoining the dwelling
of E. Hutchinson, Jr.
Ebensburg, July 29, 1852 41-1 y.
Ravid T. Storm,
Hotary Public, Scrivener and Conveyancer,
JOHNSTOWN, CAMHRIA CO. PA.,
1FILL also attend to his duties as Justice. Le
II gal instuments cf writing, such as deeds, a
preements, Foreign Tower of Attorney, &c,
drawn up accurately. Collections entrusted to
his care will receive strict attention.
May 13, 1852 SO-tf.
Justice of the Peace, Ebensburg, Pa.,
Will attend promptly to all collections entrus
ted to his care Ofnce, adjoining his dwelling,
Decern. 24, 1851. 11-tf.
HoUidaysbnrg, 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 29, 1852.
LL kinds of Lumber taken in exchange for
Furniture, at the Ware Rooms of
M'FARLAND & SON.
Hollidaysburg, April 29, 1852.
C A R RO LLTOYVJY HOL'SE,
Carrolltown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.
undersigned is prepared to accommodate
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 SCAN LAN.
may 20, 1852.-31-tr
LEWIS IV. IIR011.V,
Fashionable Barber and Hair Dresser.
In the basement story of Davis & Co's., ware
Ebensburg, May 1, 1851. ly.
N. B. Shampooing doue, and razors honed in
George Ehey. Levi Matthews. William EVCS
RHEV, MATTHEWS & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS and Commission
Merchants, Dealers in all kinds " produee and
1'ittsburg .Manuiactures, ro 77 and 79 Water
1 q id-, r Kttslmrgh, Pa.
April 3, I80I. Cm
WM. Itl'PARLAIVO & SOX.
Cabinet Ware Rooms,
Allegheny Street, Hollidaysburg, Pa.
Wouli respectfully invite the attention of the
,'aolic to their superior stock of
of every description. Furniture of all kinds
manufactured to order on the shortest notice.
All orders from a distance promptly attended
April 29, 1852.
To the Public.
I LL Freight delivered at Summit from and after
Monday next Nov. 8th, by Penna. Rail Road
will be received and Forwarded free of Commis
sion. Freight to be paid before goods are taken
Tickets will be sold here, to all stations East
as far as Dillerville, and West to Pittsburg.
IF. Jr. IVORY, Agent
Summit Nov. 4 1852 6t,
resh Shad, Mackerel, and Salmon for sale a
the store f
40 Barrels Conemaujh Salt for sale byu
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to th
Sheriff of Cambiia county. Greeting :
Whereas Dr. William A. Ykkroy, George Vick
roy, George Gettys and Mary bis wife, formerly
Matilda Yickroy, Louisa Yukroy, and William,
Hancock and ( huih-ttehis wife, formerly Char
lotte Slick, late of 3 our county, were summoned
to be in our Court of Coinu.m Pleas for the
county of Cambria, before our Judge at Ebens
burg on the firt Monday of December, A. D.,
eighteen hundred and fifty -two, to answer Ed
wiu A. Yickroy, of a pita, wherefore wherca
they, the said Defendants and the said Plaintiff,
together and undivided do hold the following
described tenements or premises, with the ap
purtenences, to wit : One tract of land con
taining one hundred and seventy acres, known
as the "Coleman Farm," being part of a survey
in the name of Ephraini Williams, originally
containing four hundred and thirty four acres.
6ituate 111 Jackson low ubhip, Cambria county,
adjoining other lands of the parties to this uit,
lands of James W illiams, Henry Beck and
others ; one other tract containing one hundred
and forty-one acres and sixty-three perches '
known as the "Garber Farm," and being part
of the survey in name of Ephraim Williams
above mentioned, situate in Jackson Township, "
Cambria county, and adjoining lands above de
scribed, lands of James Williams, Henry Beck
and others ; also one other tract of unimproved
land containing one hundred and fifty-five acres
and thirty-eight perches, being pnrt of larger
tract surveyed in name of Benjamin W illiams,
originally containing four Lundred and forty-ono
and one fourth acres, situate in Jackson Town
ship, Cambria county, adjoining lauds of
Ephraim Williams, Henry Beck, W illiani Todd,
John Barclay and the residue of 6aid survey,
with the appurtenences, of which they deny
that partition be made between them, according
to the laws and customs ot this Commonwealth,
anl the statues in such case provided, and un
justly permit not the same to be done, &c. And
it was in such manner proceeded in, in our court,
that it was considered thit partition should bo -made
between the parties aforesaid, of the ten
ements aforesaid, with the appurtenences.
Therefore we command you, that tuking with
you twelve honest and lawful men of your bail
iwick, by whom the truth of the matter may b
better known, in your proper person you go t
the tenements aforesaid, with the appurtenences,
and that there, in the presence of tho partie
aforesaid, by you to be forward, if they shall
be willing to be present, the said tenements,
with the appurtenences, by the oaths and af
firmations cf the said twelve honest and lawful
men, respect being had to the true vulue of th
tenements aforesaid, with the appurtenences,
into ten equal chares or parts jou cause to b
parted and divide, so that neither the said Plain
tiff nor the said Defendants, respectively may
have more of the tenements aforesaid, with tb
appurtenences, than it pertaineth to them sever
ally to have. Jf equal partition in value as
aforesaid, cannot be made of anj- share or pur
port, there, by the same inquest, or oaths and
affirmations aforesaid, you have power to equal
ize such partitions or purports, by valuing the
purports respectively, and to award that any
one or more shares or purports shall be subject
to the payment of such Eum of money as shall
be equal to the difference in value of any other
shave or thares, purport or purports, and re
turn the same with said inquest ; and you fur
ther have power, by the same inquest and oath
or affirmations as aforesaid to divide the said
tenements, with the appurtenences, into such
number of purports as shall appear to the said
nquest most convenient and advantageous,
without regard to the number of parties in in
terest, and to value each purport. But if tho
said inquest shall be of opinion, that the tene
ments aforesaid, with the appurtenences, can
not be parted or divided without prejudice to
or spoiling the whole, then we command you
that you cause the said inquest to make a just
valuation and appraisement of the said tene
ments, with the appurtenences, upon their oaths
or affirmations aforesaid, due notice having first
been given to the several parties or persons con
cerned or interested therein to appear, to appear
if they shall think fit, at the time and place of
holding such inquisition, and that the partition
or valuation and appraisement, or valuation and
appraisements, so by you distinctly and openly
made, you have here in our said Court of
Common Pleas for the county of Cambria, be
fore our Judges at Ebensburg, on the first Mon-
uay 01 iwarcu next, unuer your nana una seal,
and under the hands and seals of those by
whose oaths or affirmations you shall have mada
the same, that such further proceedings may b
had as to law or justice shall appertain. And
have you then and there the names of those by
whose oaths and affirmations you shall hav
made the same, and this writ.
Witness the Honorable George Taylor, Presi
dent of our said Court at Ebensburg the thir
teenth day of December, in the year of our
Loid one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two.
K. L. JOHNSTON, Fro'lVy.
December 30, 1852 10-dj.
TEHRIFIC EXPLOSION ON EEC. 104. P. R. B,.
1 MILE EE0M THE SUMMIT S10.00Q
Wholesale and Retc'i Dry GoctI
THE Subscribers We jest received from th.
eastern citie-i, and r.re now offering for sale,
the largest aiid bes veim Ktv ..r r..
ever bhowp. in thK fir th ndioinimr rn.int;
stun tuiisiMs m part of Dry Goods, such
..l, - e t
l-rcncu, r.'jgijsh, and American, cloths.
tners, satinets, Tweeds, pilot cloths, satin, va-er'-ia
and other vestings, alipacas, inous-de-iains,
bombazines, and ladies dress goods of
every description; shawls, handkerchiefs, scraps,
cravats, tibbets, ribons, gloves and hosiery of
all kinds, table linen drapers, crash, red, whit
and yellow flannels, linsey, canton flannel, blan
kets and coverlets, hickory shirting, Irish linen,
and white goods of every description ; laces,
edgings, insertings, &.c, &c. Hats, caps, Bon
nets, boots and shoes, hardware, queensware.
glassware, nails, flour and salt ; fish, and iron.
Also a splendid assortment of groceries, drugs,
paints and dye stuffs. All of which we ofier
at lower prices than goods have ever been sold
in the country. All kinds of country produce,
lumber, railroad tics, rogs, flaxseed, &.C., &c,
taken in exchange.
We will wholesale any of the above splendid
selection of goods, to country merchants at city
prices, putting only on a nominal figure fcr t"
R. M'GRANN Si REILLY,
Section 101, November 4, 1852.
Sew Chair Manufactory.
The citizens of Ebensburg and vici&ily ro
nformed that the Very place to purchase
CHAIRS, SETTEES, SOCIABLES AND STOOLS,
of the best manufacture and. most elegant finish
and at lower prices than t any other establish
ment in the county, U at the new chair manu
factory, in tho shop formerly occupied by David
GLAZIXO, HOUSE and SJGX PAIXriXO
executed in the best manner and latest style.
JUI1A I. STOLGH,
Ebensburg. Nor. 27, 6m.
A general assortment of BOOKS, such 11 ar
used in our common echooU, for sale by