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Stabbing Case Three Men badly Injured.
An affray took place yesterday afternoon, in
Leassler'S Lager beer liall, formerly known as
the Atuensjcu'a, whih resulted in serious inju
ries to the proprietor, h$ assistant, Francis
Kcliniain, ami r. O-riaan present mined Ferdi
nand Kaipcr. I? a-pp-vx Vt a p-.rty of tT3C
persona wert in fi-de rjori from t'je main b ill,
drinking; and either fro ;: the effrcis of intoxi-
'c&tion or in r. sr5r:t if :;sehj -r, omnencc J
Peter Livergood, Esq. " Common rieas of Cam-
J-bria county No. 67 June
Andrew J. Eckels. Tens. J3'3.
breaking ghs?. upsct::rg tables, Ac
Leussier iuio the room, and expostulated;
tui altercation followed, and the conclusion of
tbe affair was a regular fiirht, ia which Leussler,
Li assistant, and Mr. Kaiser were concerned.
Lussber, after being hit on te isad with a chair,
and it Ll supposed after being stabbed, called
on the two msn for assistance, and said to send
for his wife, that he was killed. On interfering,
both Laiser and Kellmaa were stabbed by Leus
ler's assailants, who, after hr.ving overcome
their opponents, made their escape down the
back sUirs, into Strawberry alley.
Leussler was conveyed to a place more suited
t j his condition, and medical aid summoned.
Dr. Vi'alters, the physician in attendance, is of
opinion, we understand, that the wounds, though
ssrious, ars not likely to prove mortal. He was
etabbed on the right side ; Kellman on the left
ride, and Kaiser in the back Leussler having
recejvad the most serious injury.
OrEcers Higuo and Justice, and watchman
Rice, were on Smithueld street at the time the
jnen maii their escape. From Strawberry alley
they made their way to Smithfield street, and
theuca t j fie Allegheny engine house. The offi
cers pursued, and one of the men was arrested
in Diamond alley, immediately in the rear of the
engine house ; the other was pursued by Hague
sp Diiuiond alley, and arrested near St. Paul's
Church, after con-jidarable resistance. Tbe name
of the one first arrested is George Lewis, and
ti&t of tbs list mentioned, Frauk Porter both
raang men of respectable connections, and well
known. Thry were taken to the Mayor's Oilice,
r.ai plaoci in tLo Toiab, to await a hearing be
fore the Mayor. Tho third person engaged in
the aSVay, nnd who-se name is supposed to be
Gallagher, nu.i Lis escape. Pittsburgh Post,
The American Mission to China.
The Washington Uuion says "The latest in
telligence fron China would sem to indicate the
probable overthrow of the present Tartar dynas
ty, and the installation of a new Emperorat Nan
LIu, of tlx 3 ancient Chinese imperial family.
Should thi3 ravolatiou be sccouipl'shed, it will
be the most important event of this century, and
nay be fraught with incalculable benefit to our
country ani to the world. It is generally believ
ed that the new dynnsty will b3 more favorable
than its predecessor to 'foreign trade and inter
course ; and cur i icrc-iised commerce from the
Atiiiotic. o3 well as from Oregon and California
outis Pacific, ylnc this country in a- position
for the development of an immense trade with
;jia i.nd tho veigi. boring States. The United
2intes and China r.xeboth great powers frouting
upon the Paeific, and their products and nana
f.c;ures aie admirably cnlcn'.ated for an immense
and lsrgly beneficial trad? 1 intercourse.
i; .ire the o-ii v grat mtioa that, consumes
tea. -taa staple pr.tu.aot of Chin, fre of dutv ; I
ntid -.ur c uta iai ccton uinnafures, and va
rious other u-t:c'-;, ought to b freely received
in exchange. T us present crisis has induced
tho Presides: to" tender this mission to the Hon.
Late from Europe.
Halifax, July G. Tbe steamer America ar
rived this morning, from. Liverpool, tringkig
European dates up to tbe 25tl ult.
lit L ' 1 1 . .
ioe steamer arum nu arrive om on outur- ctrzt a lot gmrn 1 situate in the borough
d iy morning ai 10 o clock, uiuuiUig 06 pass..Se . cf LWmauvL, j said county, known in the
it, Jes than tea d..y. jpian ct s iH borough by the number thirty fhe,
i jBT,-tU i arks finally refused the last situate three perches in front on II ynes street
ulrliii.itum outbo 10th ult., bnt the Russians and running back to M'Kee's alley. And now
hd not yet cr- saad the Dmube. anil tba Drobo Ito wit Tifi .inr. ia?.?. t.. r-
- fc i - - a irw. Ull IllULllllI I J A mM .la. i f 3 T I
Auditor s Notice.
. . "J In the Court of Com-
Lndwig Kneedler & Co. men Pleas of Cambria
iJ. II. MackerLeiJc
liUes were t!ia.t war would uut cuius
The account! from China ore meagre. Tbe
Americans were assisting the Emperor, while
the English remain neutral.
It is tbe prevailing opinion that tbe combined
fleet would enter the Dardanelles, in consequence
of the occupatioon of the Danubian provinces by
the Russians, after which Austria will offer to
mediate, when negotiations will commence, and
the crisis thus terminate peacefully.
France. Some ministerial changes are an
nounced. There is a remarkable statement cur
rent, that the Emperor intends to submit the
question of peace or war with Russia to the vote
of the people. It is also rumored that the
French government had a copy of the Russian
mauifestations some days since, and in conjunc
tion with England, has recommended the Porte
to accede to terms, in form of a vote, instead of
The Moniteur contains-a decree, regulating the
affairs of the Bonaparte family. The Emperor
assumes the sole mastership over it; bis consent
is necessary for the marriage or divorce of any
Bonaparte ; no Bonaparte is allowed to go more
than 75 leagues from borne, without permission
from the Emperor ; he may punish any who in
fringe this mandate, by arrest or exile.
Prussia. The Berlin cabinet takes a neutral
position on this question.
Austria. There is a large encampment near
Varissa. It is reported that the Swiss troops in
the Emperor's pay, will be withdrawn by order
of the Swiss Republic.
Rcssia. Advices from St. Petersburg of the
14th ult., state that no final resolution respect
ing tbe occupation of the Danubian provinces
would be taken, until the refusal of the
Porte, of tbe ultimatum offered, shall be re
It is thought to be the policy of Russia to ex
haust the resources of Turkey, by causing an
immense outlay for defences. It is reported
that the Russians have entered Moldavia,
and are proceediiie towards Bucharest. The
emytror received the Baltic fleet at Cron
stadt on the 12th. Menschikoff was appointed
Governor of Crimea. Advices from Odessa
mention an advance in grain, in conse
quence of large purchases for the Russian
?.obert J. Vi t.ku'r. of M:srs:ppi, Lite Secretary
of the Treasury of the Uaited States, accompan
ied by oil the necessary powers end authority to
accomplish the grent objsctof this most important
tro?t ; and Mr. Walker, we understand, has ac
cepted the mission. It is well known that the
list Congress r.bced the ir.ission tc China upon
the highest grade known to our diplomacy.
Cince this action of Congress, new events have
Etven to the mission a still more commanding
character. There is at prcsaut no diplomatic
station upon which the public eye, not only of
our country but of all civilized nations, will be
more intently fixed. i To this signal interest and
importance of the mission alcne, 79 presume, it
is owmg that Mr. Vslkr, wlue political ante
cedents io euiinenily fit him f ."r the vrk befjre
him. has abandoned LU well known preference
i r rrirate life, and undertaken this high and
ti.iUcult diplomatic service."
Oswego, X. Y., July 6, A largo fire
ou; about laidnight, which extended over
r-bcut filly -ore a.a of gronad. Every mill
nii 'm of liri ig? street, and Ames & Hall's Ele
vitrs Lave been burnt, bosides scrue -00 store1?
.d 'lHin- ii,-u.;e3, all of which are one com
f:Tte wi33 of rains. The portion of the town
vi ti Ult is burnt, is bounded cn the west by the
river; on t!; ruth by Bridge street; -on tbe
eii : .- oixth street, im I or4 the uoilk br the
Fort grounds ; nd within these limits nothing
is "r. d but Raudu!'? Elevater, the Seconi
I-'ethodtst C!iur.: ard souis baJf-dozen dwel
lings. The loss is not less than 1,500, CW.
Tbre Lis b;m er?r 20,000 bushels of grain
csouied. TLe iueurnnce olfice will suffer
very heavily. The following are the principal
L-y the fire. ? far as known: Fitzburg i
Co , 7. bo lost l,0O0 on a mill, which is insu
red fcr i0,w00, besides a large stock of grain
Tlii. h wasjnside; S. Doolittle's mi" .nd stock
tre d-strcysd, rrtlUed at $15,000, partially in
jured ; Aries Bro's. juljvator was worth $20,
C01, and only $12,000 insured, besides which
tbero wa3 some $50,000 worth cf grain in store,
which was o!iei abroad, and a further lo3s of
abort $l5,00v in provisions destroyed; Ilowlet,
& Gardner's loss amounts to $32,000, which
t. iasii ior .! 3,000; Perifield & Co's. mil'.,
and stock of grain and flour, which were lost,
are eaiimatad at $l",bvO, insured for $30,000;
T. Wymaii' tour mill, 1-s $10,000: Halt & Co s.
Fievutor, loss on-the buildings $28,000, and on
griin $6,000 ; Fitzburgh & Co. had a large
amount of ncercliindise in store, the loss on
which1 will not be less than $200,000, which falls
ou parties abroad; Talcott's warehouse and
fouiulry were burnt, and tbe loss is estimated
at $20,000. The Oswego Journal establishment
was partiaVy saved.
Added to the above, is-a larg list Bof store
keepers end others, whose losses range from
$1,000 to $10,000.
ilany persons have been injured by the fall
ing of ruins, but it Is believed that no lives were
lost. , '
Fine Amusement for Hot Weather.
ine iew lort crystal i'alace will open on
the 15th of July, about that period when most
individuals are seeking some relief from the ex
cessive heat. According to th e correspondent
of the Boston Transcript, a cool atmosphere will
not be one of the curiosities of the place. He
says, speaking of the excessive heat of tbe last
But you will be surprised to know that the
hottest place in New York ia, perhaps, the New
Crystal Palace. Sheltered from any stray sea
breeze by the huge reservoir which frowns over
it, -and exposed on all sides to the direct rays of
the sun, its extensive surrace of iron and glass
seems to attract and concentrate within, all the
heat that the atmosphere contains. This is a re
suit not unexpected, but very troublesome. Ven
tilators have been placed along tbe top and the
bottom of the ass wills, but atill tho air within
is hot an d almost stifling. When night comes tbe
heated air within is condensed upon the glass
walla ; and water runs down in copious streams;
so that, it lias been found necessary, even on
these sultry days, to build fires in some parts of
the structure, in order to dry the moisture. How
often the plans of scientific men are ruined by
reason of their ignorance or carelessness in re
gard to a very coniuion phenomenon of nature.
How the Directors will now manage to cool their
Palsce is the great question. The prospect is
that the ice cream and drinking saloons of all
qualities, which line the Sixth avenue, facing
the Talace, will invite their perspiring curiosity
seeker, as hi puffs his way out of the hot glass
house with as profitable result as the Crystal
Fast Age- Crime Murder Death
"Another woman killed by ber husband 1"
'Another paramour shot by the injured man!"
"An Irishman beaten and lugged off to a watch
iiause to die !" "A late murder at French's
Hotel!" "Child murdered by its inhuman
mother!" "Another poison case very alarm
ing !" 1 'Melancholy suicide !" "Another bang
ing in New Tork !' "Cars off tbe track eleven
killed five scalded nobody in fault." "A slave
jumped overboard and drowned handsome re
ward." "Steamboat race so many blown into
What is the use of newspapers complaining of
tbe dearth of news? Let every paper have its
Death register, and Destruction Reporter. What
is the use of life so long as we have liberty ?
Let's all travel go quick now ! May get smash
ed: but what's the use? Jones travels; bo does
Jenkins. Jenkins has been b'.owed up twice on
the Upper Mississippi. Jones has been pitched
off a bank on the Erie road fifty feet into a flood
ed river he crawled out at a window. Cheap
travelling now. po to New York for a trifle.
Life insurance cheap, too. What's the use ! Pack
trunk! Here's off! Ohio Statesman.
A late London letter saj-s that the intelligence
frota Constantinople, (2d of June.) is highly in
teresting. The Sultan was making preparations
for defence with remarkable energy. The Bos
'.phius was full cfmahones, small boats of trans
port, carrrying troops, or rannon, or ammuni
tion. On a plain on the borders of the Black
,Sea; a carrp of 30,000 men had been establish
ed. A decree of the 28th of May prohibited
Turkish merchant ships of over 10 tons from
leaving the port Volunteers were called for,
md were to receive three dollars per month
The greatest enthusiasm for- the Sultan and his
Ministry prevailed smong the people. The
irtusury paid .gold on tbe spot for all its pur
abases, and the war reserve, which has been ac
cumulating during many years of peace, iasaid
to be large enough to defray all the expenses
which tbe circumstances may necessitate.
Several Polish officers of distinction have left
Fario within he week to serve in the army of
Liquor Law in Connecticut Adjournment
of tho Legislature.
Times Office, Hartford, July 1. The General
Assembly adjourned sine die this afternoon. The
Flowage bill was killed between the two Houses.
The Governor has vetoed the Liquor bill, and
the House sustained him in the act, by a vote
of 126 to 71. . Just previous to the final adjourn
ment, the two Houses met in Convention, and
were addressed by Governor Seymour.
He said that wherever his lot might be cast,
next to tbe country he loved, he should ever
cherish a high sense of regard and grateful re
membrance of the people of Connecticut, who
have extended to him many acts of kindness.
The two Houses were then adjourned by pro
clamation of the Sheriff, and the members parted
with much good feeling.
The proposition to call a Constitutional Con
vention was lost between the two Houses.
According to a correspondent of the New
York Times, the mason and carpenter in London
get $1,25 per day, or $7,50 per week; the labo
rer gets 58 cents per day, or about $3,48 per
week, and the policeman gets from $1,50 to $6
per week. ' . . .
ftego.The Village Record says that the speed
of the new locomotive, the 'Keystone,' just put
upon the State road, was testea a few days since,
between Gallagherville and Coatesville, a dis
tance of four and a half miles. It was run in
precisely four and a half minutes, which is at
the rate of sixty miles an hour. ;
On Sunday afternoon, July 3, by Rev.
Reardon, Mr. Charms Think ls and Miss.
six Bropht, all of this place.
1 . r
ana picaa on or before first day of next term. A
true extract from the record "
R. L. JOHNSTON, rrothonotary,
Ebensburg, July, 7, 1853 37-3t.
V No. 53 July Term, 1852.
John Wilt and Rich
ard Adams. -
On motion, M. Hasson appointed to take tes
timony in the above ease. By the Court.
In pursuance of the above appointment I will
attend to the duties thereof, at my office in Eb
ensburg, on Monday, the 1st day of AuguBt, at
1 o'clock, P. M. M. HASSON.
July 9, 1853-37-31.
LIST OF LETTERS
jDEMAINING in the Post Office at Ebensburg,
It ouiy 1, 100a.
Miss Margaret Cain
Tbos. Davis (smith)
Miss Mary E Davis
Miss Polina Enfield
David M Evans
Hugh II Evans
Daniel E Evans
H G Fetter
J K Smedley.
T. Test. "
John r! Williams.
Mrs. Mary Evans
W W Jones 2
David D Jones Jr
Thomas H Jones
II Kale & Co
Mary D Lewis
D Phelps Esq.
John D Roddy
John H. Typper, 2
G. S. Tassler.
B. F. Williams.
F. KITTELL, P. M.
GIVEN under a large PavilUon, capable of seat
ing 1,000 persons. The celebrated Indian
Chief Kawshawgakce, from the Walaitp nation,
Southern Oregon, accompanied by Oksewa'na. a
Chief from the Callapoohas tribe, together with
their large troop of Indians from West of the
Rocky Mountains, will give an exhibition of the
manners and customs peculiar to their tribes in
Southern Oregon, at
EDEXSB UR Gt on Monday, July Wih.
The entertainment consists of a Iargenumber
of Dances, Songs, Burial Ceremony, Indian Mer
ry Making, Marriage Ceremony, Scalping Scene,
Casting out disease from a sick Indian by en
chantment. Also, several Historical Scenes in
cident to the early settlement of our coutry.
Kawshawgance will exhibit a large collection
of Indian curiosities, among which may be found
several specimens of War Clubs, War Knives,
War Paddles, BattU Axes, Mexican Pouches Blan
kets made from the bark of trees. Pipe of Peace,
War Pipe, War Rattles, a large variety of Bead
Works, $c, -e.
The chiefs accampanied by their warriors will
be seen riding through the streets dressed in full
Indian costume, painted and fully equipped for
War, between 1 and 2 o'clock, P. M. j
Exhibition commences at 2J and 7J oclock. !
Admittance 2o cents, children under 12 half
STRYED away from the pasture field of Fran
cis Bradley, near Munster, Cambria county,
on or about the 20th day of June, a dappled
gaey mare, heavy built, has four black legs,
mane turns to the left side, and has an old cut
upon the right hip. Any person returning said
mare to the subscriber ct Tunnel Hill, or Mr.
Ivory, at the Summit, or giving information of
ber whereabouts, will be liberally rewarded.
Tunnel Hill June 30, 1853 36-3t.
rTHE undersigned auditor, appointed by the Or
I phans' Court of Canibia county, to make and
report distribution of the nssets remaining in
the hands of Samuel M'Mullen, administrator of
the estate of John M'Mullen, late of Clearfield
township, hereby notifies all persons interested,
that he will attend to the duties of said appoint
ment, at his office, in the borough of Ebensburg,
on Tuesday the 2d day of August next at the
hour of one o'clock, P. M. '
G. M. REED, Auditor.
Ebensburg, June 30, 1853 36-4 1.
Auditor's Notice. .
NOTICE is hereby given that I have been ap
pointed by the Orphans' Court of Cambria
county, an Auditor to distribute the balance of
money in the hands of John M'Meel. adminis
trator of the estate of Rev Terrence Mcuirr, de
ceased, to and among the creditors and legatees
of said deceased, and that 1 will sit for that pur
pose at the Court House in Ebensburg, on Mon
day, the 25th day of July, 1853, when and
where all persons interested my attend.
JOHN S. RHEY.
Ebensburg, June 30, 1853 36-4L
In tbe matter of the es
tate of James Rhey, de
In the Orphans' Court
of Cambria connty,
Penna. The Common
wealth of Pennsylva
nia to Linn Boyd and
Ann L. Boyd, his wife,
Peter B. M'Cord and
Mary J. M'Cord, his
CAMBRIA COUXTT, SS.
You are hereby cited
to be and appear before tbe Judges of our Court,
at an Orphans' Court, to be held at Ebensburg,
on the first Monday of September, 1853, at ten
o'clock in the forenoon, then and there to accept
or refuse to take tbe Real Estate of Jame.s Rhey,
deceased, at the appraised valuation put upon
it by an inquest duly awarded by the said Court,
and returned by the Sheriff on the 6th day of
Witness the Hon. George Taylor, President of
said Court, at Ebensburg. the tenth day of June,
A. D. 1853. R. L. JOHNSTON,
Ebensburg, June 30, 1853 3S-CL
LETTERS of administration having been gran
ted to the undersigned by the Register o
Cambria county," on the' estate of Daniel Knep
per, deceased, late of Summerhill township,
Cambria county, all persons indebted to said es
tate are hereby notified to make immediate pay
ment, and those having ci-iims against will pre
sent them, properly authenticated for settle
ment. WM. PALMER, Administrator:
Jefferson, Jane 23, 1853 35-6t.
s n. Fa. No. 2
I JnnA Torm ?.
r-oticels hereby giren tlfit I bare Ueu cp
I pointed avdltor by the Court .f Comnri I-Ieas
I cf Cambria county, to distribute the tuvr.ej r'm
I mg from the safc; cf the deleauant r?.-.,r.r.a.
property, in the above Edited ct33, r.r.d tb.it I
will sit foif that purpose at th Co irt House In
Ebensburg, on Tues lay, the 2d day of August
next, when and where all persons interested
may attend. JOHN S. RHEY.
Ebensburg, June 30, 1853 36-4t.
Ebensburg', Cambria County, Pa,
THE undersigned respectfully informs the pub
lie that he is now prepared with every requi
site for their accommodation, and will exert ev
ery effort render his house an attractive and
comfortable stopping place. His table will al
ways be supplied with every delicacy the sea
son affords, and his bar stocked with the best
of Wines and Liquors.
A careful and attentive hostler will have
charge of the stables. Hjxespectfully solicits
a Bbare of patronage.
April 2$, 1853 27-tf.
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg Pa.,
WILL practice in tbe several Courts of Cam
bria, Blair and Indiana counties. All pro
fessional business intrusted to bis care will be
promptly attended to.
Office on Main sU eet opposite Dr. Wm. Lem
Ebensburg, April 28, 1853 27.
LETTER of administration upon tbe estate of
Daniel Hollen, deceased, late of White town
ship, Cambria county, having been granted to
the undersigned by the Register of Cambria
county, all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against said estate, to pre
sent them properly authenticated for settlement.
THOMAS HOLLEN. Administrator,
PHEBE HOLLEN, Administratrix.
"White tp., June 23, 1853 35-6 1.
( Auditor's Xotlce.
THE undersigned auditor, appointed by the
Court of Common Pleas of Cambria county,
to distribute the proceeds arising from Sheriff's
sale of real estate of William M'Gougb, at the
suit of Conrad & Walton, amongst the lein cred
itors of defendants, hereby gives notice to all
parties interested iii said fund, that be will at
tend to the duties of said appointment at bis of
fice in the borough of Ebensburg, on Monday,
the 18th day of July next, at one o'clock, P. M.
WILLIAM KITTELL, Auditor.
June 23, 1853 35 4 L
TIAJ. JOHN BRADY, Proprietor. .
AprillO. 1851. ly
OZVRAX & WALTORT,
Wholesale dealers in Hardware, Cutlery, Kuilx,
iff., No. 203 Market Street, above 5th,
April 10, 1851. ly
MICilAEL WARTMAK & CO.,
Wholesale Tobacco, Snuff, and Segar Manufac
tory, No. 173, North Third Street, three doors
M. WARTMAN, JOSEPH D. SORVER.
April 24, 1851. ly
EGXER & GREGG,
Wholesale dealers in Wines and Liquors, which
they are prepared to furnish cheap to merchants
and hotel keepers. Warehouse 208 Market St.
July 1st, 1851. ly
DR. THOMAS C. lIVlFTZTiG,
Has removed bis office to No. 14 South Sev
enth street, above Chestnut.
April 2C, 1652. 7-tf 20
J. Y. RUSHTOS, J. C. IIOPKISS, R. STIL30N .
JOHN Y. RrSIITOX & CO.,
"Wholesale dealer in Queensteare, Chinavare,
Glassware, c, No. 245 Market Street,
April 10, 1851. ly
Carrolltown, Cambria county Pa.
The undersigned. Proprietor of the above Ho
tel, informs his friends and the public that he is
well prepared to furnish the best of accommo
dation, and is determined to please all who may
call with Urn.
JOHN P. PARISH.
Carrolltown, June 16, 1853 84-6zn.
T ETTERS testamentary on the last will and
il testament of John D. Jones, late of Cambria
township, deceased, having been granted to the
subscriber by the Register of Cambria county,
all persons indebted to the estate of said de
ceased, are requested to make payment immedi
ately, ana those having claims will present them
duly proven for settlement.
JOHN T. JONES,
Executor of John D. Jones, dee'd.
Cambria township, June 13, 1853 34-6t
. ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
PUBLIC notice is hereby given, that by virtue
of an order of tbe Orphans Court of the
county of Cambria, there will be exposed to
public salo on Saturday, the 9th day of July,
1853, at 10 o'clock, A. M-. tbe following Real
Estate late the property of Hugh Dugan, deceas
ed, Tix : '
A lot of ground in the town of Jefferson,
numbered 31, adjoining other property of de
ceased, and property of Wm. Lemmon, fronting
on Main street in said , town, bavihg thereon
erected a log house, log stable, and shoemaker,
shop, said lot containing 8192 square feet; also,
another piece of land adjoining tbe town of Jef
ferson, boanded by Crooked street, land of Wm.
Palmer, Esq., and land of Austin Thompson,
containing about three acres, which piece or
parcel of land was laid out in lots by Thomas
M'Connell, as per draft, numbered from one to
eight: also, another piece of land bounded by
the Portage Railroad, road from Jefferson to
Munster, land of the Catholic church, and land
of James O'Neal, which was laid out in lots by
Thomas M'Connell, as per draft numbered from
one to eight ; also, three lots of ground, num
bered two. three and eleven, on the plan of said
town, number two having thereon erected a
frame bouse, all of which property is situate in
tbe township of Summerhill, Cambria county.
Terms asd Cosditions of Sale: One-third of
the purchase money to be paid on confirmation
of the sale, and the residue in two equal annual
payments thereafter, with interest, to be secu
red bj th? b?n5 2.2(1 Inortgage Cf tbe purcha
ser. Sale to take place on the premises,
By erder of the Court,
R. L. JOHNSTON, Clerk.
June 16, 1853 84-td.
John Parker. James H. Parker
JOZIX PARKER & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, dealers in Flour and Bacon,
Foreign Wines and Brandies, Old Monongahela
and Rectified Whiskey.
Ho. 5, Commercial Row, Liberty Street,
March, 11, 1852. ly. .
ceo. tippiKcorr. wm. trotter, edmosd bacoji
GEORGE EIPPIXCOTT & CO.,
Have constantly on hand a full assortment 0
Teas, Wines, Liquors and Groceries generally.
No. 17 North Water Street, and
No. 10 North Delaware Avenue,
January 27, 1853.
JOBS M'PEVITT. WILLIAM M'PEVITT.
JOUX M'DETITT & BRO.,
Wholesale rrocers and dealers in Foreign and
Domestic Liquors, Rectified Whiskey, Flour, Ba
con, Fish, Cheese, &c, &c No 311, Liberty
1 tree t, opposite the bead of Smithfield, Pitts
December 23, 1852 9-tfj.
155 Market 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 Bonnet; artificial flowers, furs,
&c, which will be sold cheaper than the cheap.
est. Feb. 02, l-ry-
At bin tor n door
en fit f the Sentinel of
fice, superior nssort
wrt cf Coid end Sil
ver niches nd fine jew
elry Go.'d Lever watches full
Silver Lever watches fuil jewelled,
f.Uver CjUtulcr Ebctptim-uta
Silver Quel tiers
Also a fine rLv.rlmeit of ci ebt di!
ty hour clocks.
N.B. Clock a. Watches, and Jewelry repaired
at shortest notice, and warranted.
WILLIAM B. HUDSON.
April 29, 1852.
ftSfCSXAEl DAN MAC EISA IV,
Attorney at Law, Ebensbnrj, Fa.
0!T:cc in the -Court J louse, up stirs.
January 1, 1851. ly
Attorney at Lacr, Elansbarj, Pa-,
Will practice in the several courts of Cambria,
Blair, and Huntingdon counties. Germans caa
consult and receive ndvice in their own launifge.
Olfiee opposite the (kmrt Fcuse, formerly oc
cupied by R. L. Johnston, Esq.
Ebensburg, February 3, 1853 ly.
SAMUEL. C. WEVGARD,
Attorney at Law, Ebescbsrg', Pa.
Will practice in the several Courts of Cam
bria, Blair and Huntingdon counties. Germans
can receive advice in their own language. Qfiiee.
on main etreet two doors west f tbe store f
Murray, Zabru & Co.
ilay, 1851 ly.
GEORGE 31. REED.
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Will practice in the several Courts of Cambria,
Indiana, and Westmoreland counties. OfHce ca
Centre St., joining Gen. M'Dontld's dwelling.
Jan. 15, 1851. ly.
Attorney at Lav, Ebensburg, Pa.
Office on Main Street, in the oioe lately
copied by Gen. Jos. McDonald.
January 15, 1852.
ROBERT EERBT. ' ROBERT OALBRAITH.
THE subscribers would respectfully inform the
citizens of Ebensburg and the public gener
ally, that they will carry on the Coach Making,
including the Smith work, at the Machine shop
formerly occupied by Mr. Anderson, in the
rear or JS. , liughes' store; wnere vj us.u6
rrnnA hut the choicest material, and employing
none but the best workmen, they hope to con
vince all that will do them tbe ravor 10 examine
their work, that in point of durability, appear
n. ri .haannRS- it cannot be excelled by any
similar establishment in the State or elsewhere.
Persons wishing a bargain in the purchase or a
carriage, will consult their own interests by
giving them a call. They are prepared to fur
nish the following kinds of Vehicles, viz:
AitTerpnt finalities &d1 Drices. Ba-
rouches, Chariotees, one and two horse Rocka
ways, close quarter Eliptic and C-spring Coacb-
second hand work of different kinds, &c.
making a variety that will suit all tastes and all
purses. Repairing done witn neatness ana ae
spatch. ' "
Ebensburg, June 2, 185332.
, t JOD WORK
Neatly and 4 ;pedjtiously executed at this Office
ILTEEDLER & FEATHER,
Wholesale dealers in Boots, Shoes, Bonnets,
and Palm Leaf HaU, No. 136 North Third Street
(opposite the Eagle Hotel,;
. Philadelphia, Pa.
February 26, 1852. ly
James Dougherty, at
RELYIIOLD, DASH & CO.,
Wholesale and retail dealers in Tobacco, Snuff
and Cigars, warehouse at the South west corner
of Third 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
sale on as favorable terms as any bouse in the
city. Orders promptly attended to.
September 23, 1852 40-ly.
E. UUTCIIEVSOIV, Jr.,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.,
WILL practice in the several Courts of Cam
bria, Blair and Indiana counties. All pro
fessional business entrusted to bis care will be
promptly attended to.
Office on Main street, adjoining his dwelling
Ebensburg, April 21, 1853 26-3m.
3. B. CRAIG. JAI. D. BAMILTOW.
Commission & Forwarding-.
THE subscribers would respectively inform
their friends and the public that they are
now prepared, to receive and forward all good
consigned to their care by any of the Lines, or
by Central Railroad, and hope that bv strict at
tention to their business that, they will be ena
bled to render perfect satisfaction to all that
will patronize them. All goods will receive the
greatest care and attention.
UKAUi & HAMILTON.
Jefferson, March 15, 18&L
The subscriber would respectfully inform bis
friends and customers, that be has received and
is now opening, at tne store room formerly oc
cupied by ruchard .Lewis, dec d., a large and
geceraltssortment of goods, consisting injpart
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
Queensware, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Ac, 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 be
can sell cheaper than the cheapest.
ULO. J. JKODGEKS.
May 8, 1851 30-tf
New Chair Manufactory.
The citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity are
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 at any other establish
ment in the county, is at the new chair manu
factory, in the shop formerly occupied by David
GLAZING, MOUSE and SIGN PAINTING
executed in the best manner and latest style.
JOHN L. STOUGH.
Ebensburg, Nov. 27, 1851. 6m.
T ETTERS of Administration have been grant-
li ed to the undersigned.' by the Reeister of
Cambria connty, npon tbe estate of James Kh'ey,'
deceased. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment to
us, and those having claims will present them
croperly authenticated for settlement.
SUSAN RHEY, Administratrix. - '
ANDREW J. RHEY, Administrator.
Ebensburg, October 21, 1852 tf.
THOMAS C. K'COWELL,
Attorney at Law, Hollidaysburg, Pa.
Will attend tbe several Courts of Cambria
county, as heretofore. Office one door west of
Wm. McFarland's cabinet wareroom.
January 1, 1851. ly
T. Z,. METER,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown, Pa,
OfSce on Main street, two doort east of tba
March 13, 1851. ly
CYRUS E. FERSIIIXC,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown Pa.
January SO, 1651 ly.
David T. Storm,
Notary Public, Scrivener and Conveyancer,
JOHNSTOWN, CAMRRIA CO. PA.,
FLL also attend to bis duties as Justice. Le
gal instuments of writing, such as Jeedi, a
greements, Foreign Power of Attorney, c,
drawn up accurately. Collections entrusted te
his care will receive strict attention-.
May 13, 1852 30-tf.
Justice of the Peace, Ebensburg, Pa
Will attend promptly to all collections entrus
ted to his care Office, adjoining his dwelling.
Decern. 24, 1851. 11-tf.
Hollidaysburg:, Blair Co., Pa.
The proprietor assures the publio that no exer
tiors will be wanting on his part to render hi
house home-like to those who call with tiro, ui
solicits a share of publio patronage. -
April 29, 1852.
LL kinds of Lumber taken in exchange for
jrurniture, at the ware xvooms or
M'FARLAND & SON.
Hollidaysburg, April 23, 1852.
Carrolltown, Cambria County, PeniiiylvatU.
The undersigned is prepared to accommodate
in the best kind of style all wh6 way favor
him with a call, and hopes by strict-attention to
business to merit and receive a share of publio
patronage. HENRY SCAN LAN.
may 20, I852.-Sl-tf
LEWIS W. BKGin?,
, Fashionable Barber and n ir Dresser.
In the basement story of Davis St Co., Vara
Ebensburg, Msyl, I851."-Iy.
N. B. Shampooing done, and razors honsdln
a superior manner.
George Rhey. Levi Matthews. ' William Xbb
RHEY, MATTHEWS A, CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS and CmmA
Merchants, Dealers in all kiads of Produce and
Pittsburg Manufactures. No. 77 and 7Q Wn
.. Pittsburgh, Pa.
April 8, 1851. Cm 6
Adams & t'o.'s Express.
IT. W. Irorv & Co.. asrenta will furviH ii
packages of goods or money, dairy except Son
day, to all tbe principal cities in the X'nion and
all the towns on the Rail Road between Philada.
and Pittsburg. Drafts collected from Califoruia.
uraiia aom on lrtiana, juagiana or Scotland,
from 1 upwards. Money for draft must be
Nov. 4. 1852.
SCHOOL itooKs :
A general assortment of BOOKS, tmch as ara
used in our common schools, for sale hy
DAVIS & LLOYD.
lass, Oils, Taints and Drugs f all kind
at J. Moon's.
Star, Sperm and Mould
at the JJrick Store of
Candles for sale
Adams & Co.'s Express,
J B. CRAIG, agent will frwnri a!! package
. of goods or money, daily ejtcent Suit,v.
all the principal cities in tta Cnion, and all the.
towns on the Railroad between Philadelphia aad
rC kS assorted nn for Bale at the ' store
till of . GEO--J. RODGER