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Whig -County Convention-
lb 2 Whig County Convention assembled ia the
Court House, in Eoensburg, 6 a TuaJjiv tye liita !
Lost., and was organized by .the election of.Ti-uS,
l!OLLAiiDr of While tuWi:
Preside, Jvia j
Osur aad August!; Little,
Char.ts Albright tad VY. H
V:oa 'Presidents, p.ni
O.iriitr, Sccret ir-
.The fellowing Delegates then presented their
aredentiala and were admitted to seats ia the
Convection : '
" Allegheny Michael Carrigan. FranciaElberly
Biacklick Wm. Dnnc.-m, John Ferguson.
Cambria -Chas. Albright, A." McVicker.
Conemaugb Wm. Ream. E. A. Vickroy
Conemaugb bor.- Jas. Purse, R H. Can an.
Clearfield James Kaylor. Patrick Ivory.
Carroll -Hiram Frit Joseph Cole.
. Ebensburg R. L: ebiston, D O Evans.
Loretto Augnstin cttle, George Li rxinger. ,
. Richland Joseph Reynold. Henry Hubert
Summerhill W. H. Gardner. John S. Oster.
. SuinmitTiUe John Black. Frank Henry.
Johnstown R. B! Q igeby Ji P McOonaghy.
Susquehanna -I. Burn. Daniel Hembaugh.
. Jackson Paul Gob i ugh. J. S. Burket.
Washington Paul Georfte. A.'M "White. '
. White Conrod Hartzell, Thomas Holland.
: 'Mr. White moved that the Convention proce d
to nomiBHte a county ticket.
. Mr. Gagehy moved to anend by proceeding to
.nominate Senatorial Conferee. (The motion
. - ' . ,
and amendment wre lost.
Mr. Johnston moved that the Convention pro-
ceed to nominate a candidate for State Senator.
Th following geatletnen were then noniiaa
Canan nominated George S. Kiog
. White .
A. .n. bi:e
E. Hutchison, Jr.
On the first ballot, the vote was as follows ;
Mr. King had 8 votes.
-., White 8
Hutchison had 18 44
Mr Hutchison having a majority of all the votes
g'veo, waj declared the choice of the Convcn
. tioa. - ".. . -.
Oa motion of Mr. Johnston, the Convention
then took a recess of fifteen minutes. .At the
expiration of this period the Convention was
, 6guin called to order by the President, and pro
ceeded to the el ction of Senatorial Cuuferees,
7hicu resulted as follows ;
. Daniel Litsinger had 25 votes.
It. L. Johnston ' 44 24 44
W. II. Gardner 44 2 1 44
. The Convention then proceeded to the nomi
nation of a candidate .for- the Legislature.
. Messrs Litunper. Mngehn. George, Gwcebr. '
. Albright and White, were nominated, but nil '
having declined or been withdrawn by their !
Tr;ead3 but Mr. Magehaa, he was nominated bv :
Jlesiri. Gigehy, Linton, and Gardner were
rhoseu itpresentative Couferees.
A motion was then made to pr-ceed to the
nomination jf a candidate ftir County Treasurer.
Messrs. Robert;. Todtl, und Little were named,
bat the co ifcuion w.13 such that a vote could not
Ve tii ken. and no nomination was made.
"Tne Contention then proceeded to nominat a
frau'Iiunte for Commisaioner '
;. . John Roberts recti ed 6votos.
Jacob Shaffer 44 1 44
J.hn B. Myers . " 19 44
Bich it I Davis V 1 44
Mr Myers was then unanimously nominated.
Ou motion of Mr. Johnson the nominations
xaade were declared unanimous.
- The confusion here bectine so grsat that fur
ther nominations could not be mr.de, and the
delegates dispersed without perforaiing any oth
Steamboat Disaster Tivs Persons Killed Tea
or Twelve 8caldei.
Pouohkisfjie. July 16. The steamboat Em
pire in old and favorite boat on the New York
and Troy line exploded a boiler about two o'
clock this m trninsc. when off Clint n Point, which
is about seven miles below this city.
Tue accident, is attributed to various cause4!.
ii account say that a sloop run into the Em
pire on the larbotird side, forward of the hoi'er,
earning a breach in the guards, und the boiler
having nothing to support It, fell overboard.
Many of the passenger, however, contradict
tiis. and say that ther saw no elom that conTd
b ve ran into the steamboat. It is their nelief
that the explosion was caused bv a defect in the !
Toe boat subsequently drifted ashore, and
now lies stranded. hr h"a 1 up the stream, a per
fect wreck, paddle boxes Wiwn off. pipes shat
tered to pieces, and decks crushed
Those who say the explosion was caused by a
collission,' blame the pilot, as the night was clear
Tho life boat was lowered by the captain and
CTw, but the passengers leaping into it. caused
an unset, and it Is supposed that three or four
-Tjers&ns were drowned. It is also renorted that
a number leaped overboard on the first alarm,
- who doubtless perished.
. - The passengers and their baitrsge were taken
. .off by the propeller Wyom'na. sloop Ann Staf
. r ford, nd another sloop. The injured, eleven or
" twelvo, in.numbsr, were taken to the Exch-nre
: Hotel- in fils city, and to the residence of Mr.
- Van Rensllter. where ery exertion is being j
made to .alleviate the sufferings of the unfortu-1
s sates. ... '
. Among the wounded are J. D. fpott. n honk
pedler: Rdward G. Sartan. sreond engineer;
Mr. Casbine. third enjrineer : Charles Ouhmm.
.fireman ; Mary Beedes. Alarv Wooster. two
nquaws. from Canada: Robert T. Cnttine-
ham. of New Haven, badly scalded and leg bro
A. S. Bullitt, of Washington. D C. two deck !
. hands, named James Johnson and Peter Van I
Fealer. ond O. Bnrrett. at 'cw .Iirw nn b if?- !
I ly scalded. Prohably seven or eight of the vic
k tims of this ad disaster will die.
With regird t the drowned, thev sre rerrrt
4 od to be .five in nnmber the br tender, two
fein!ea. a deck band, and a boy, whose names
are unknown.'- -
TCW.SIIIP MEETINGS. "
, - Teasperaace Men take Notice.
MEETINGS will be held in the different town
Ships and boroughs in Cambria county, on
Sflt irdav, the sixth day of August, fur the pur
pose of selecting delegates to meet in Temper
ance Convention, to be held in Ebensburg on
- Tuesday, the flth day of August.
- The object of said Convention is to place be
' fora the people candidates ' for the Legislature
' known to be favorable to the passage of a pro-
hib .tory liquor law.
We hope every township and borough will be
' C W. Webster, ; John Williams,
'D W. Lewis, ; ' Stephen Lloyd, ,
J S. Clark, " John Llovd.
7 ' ".' Arthur NoWe, Executive Com.
N.'B. Jobnetrtwn paperplease opy, and ed
itors in'Bedford.'Fniton, Blair. and Huntingdon
" v counties are requested to n'oiice. - -
iibsasborg, July 21; 1853 2S-td-
Cambria County, ss:
s 1 :V v 1
. 1 a j . 1 juni ii irivun i 11 far
fcajiulaitiitwi of Pettr Axcer,
V iicftaia i n Orphans-' Court ne.d ut Ebcuj-
burg, in and for the county of Cu-nibi'ia., on
luesaay, the l-ui ury 01 Juue,A. v. ood, oe-
fore the Jildsres of the iaid Court. - The petition
of Cornelius Gregory, of the county of Cambria,
was presented, Betting forth that Peter Geer,
late of the townhipof White, in the said coun
ty, died on the 11th day of March, 1853, in the
uiid township intestate, and letters of adminis
tration iu due course ot law have been issued to
George C. K. Zahin, administrator, of all and
singular, t he goods, chattels and rotate of the
said Peter Geer. The said Peter Geer, in his
l.etime. to wit, on r ab jut the uioutb of April,
I A. D. l$4tt. was seized iu fee of u 1 iu the fol
lowing tract of .nud : Ail ttiat certa'm trace of
lud situate in the township of " hite, Cauibria
county. boundttU uU described a follows, to wit:
!i5egiutiiug 105 perches trout a dogwood ou tae
. northwe&t corner of the tru t in Uante of V'il
j liaui Coat, thence? east to a v.hite oak curmr of
j same, tht nee east 1 lo pirches to corner ol Jopa
j JlllaV tract, tLtnou perthea uorth on the
: line of Joeeph lloaeu, theuco 160 ptrvacs par
allel with' the tirst linej theuue south. bU percwea
to the plttce f t b-fthning. containing 84 acres
a:i 153 crchei with the usual allowance, (be-
ing part of two larger tracts of land surveyed in
na ne8 ui JP Xnminer ud Andrew Tbucher.
cud which by sundry mesne conveyance au i
a3Bu,auefc8 m the .aw, duly had and executed.-
beca e es.ed m the saiJ Peter Gc-tr;) that be.
gso seized, the said Peter Gr UiJ, by a pa-
lot nurgitin or contract, bind htuiaelf to sell and
convey ttta 8jit trcl of land with the appurte
ucuce, uuto a certain Peter Punaim tn, in tee
simple, tit consideration that tuesatJ reter r un
1 . . 1...
a ra.iii snouiu pay one liunarta ana ioriy-u.ue
do iars of the uebts tLeti wwiuir Ly the haid Peter
Geer, and keep iu a comtortuuie utanuer 111 loud
and ciotaniit and otht-r iiecesuarivs. the said Pe-
! ter Geer, und to bury the said Peter Geer de-
cut v and iu a auitaole uianuer at Uia Uecease.
i That the said Peter Fuua.uiau complied with
(the said stipulation of coutract or b-irgaiu, on
' his part, uutil on . r about the I4tu d y ot May,
A. D. 1852, at which uute the s ud Peter Fuual-j
mm, by and witu tho couseut of the said Peter!
Geer. by a bargntu or cuutruct iu wraiog, cou-
Vt-yed ml his rigiit, title, ct.mu and tuterest iu
tiie tract of land afores tid U your petitioner, in
cousideratiou taut your petitioner should keep
ti O Buiil Pflfni i in t Ik a iiiannur IA kill tr. I t 4 k
be done by the said Peter Fuuaiiu iti. and at the
,l . .i. ..r .1... .. .M i...., ... i... i.;.
ly and in :i3uiti.b;e mauuer, uud for the further
C nsidernti ju of the sum of two hundred and fif
ty dodurs, to be paid by your potttiouer to the
said Peter Fiiiialni.iu. Tuat your petitioner kept
and m tiut'iined the said Peter Geer in iheuiau-
j tier aforesaid, from the said i4tii d.y of May,
t Si 'f .n,tl l.i..i..fl.t.I...tl. . i 1 f .... . Its
g'le him a decent burial. That the said Peter
Geer in h':s iifetitna directed a deed to ba pre-
pared, for the said tract of laud to the a ud Pe-
ter runalman. but its execution
by fa 1 111. an i that at the tune your petitioner took
the said t'ett-r Geer to kef p and m liutaiu, under
the contract w.th the 8. id Peter Fun ilmau, the
Said Peter Geer was satisfied and utended to
execute a conveyance for the tr.ict of land afore
said to your petitioner, but died without mak
ing su fi :ient provision for the s.iid hargaiu or
eontmct. though I14 was , waa welt s.ilistie 1 uui
intended t int the same should be coiisuiniuited.
And pray'ng the Court to designate some day
certain a: wtn b notice may be given to the ad
min str nor nd heirs of the said deceased, to
appear in your daid Court and answer this bill
ui (jrmiun, 1 1 1 1 hi tuci uiui c, in ncuic me oic- , pt i i vapii, mto oi oummerniu towuslnp
cific per or.na ce f the ii 1 contract, according ; Cambria futility, all peraoua indebted tosnid ea
to thj tr.10 intent jiuj me iniujg thereof, in ordejp tate utjj lit-re by noticed to-ihikdjiituedite pity
to th- comp eting his title ajcordiuf? t the act of m"nt, aud'thu.-se having vliima against will pre-
Asiemtd. n sah case ma le and provided. 1
You a.jd every of you are hereby cited to be
ind appear at an Orphans Court to be held at
Ebens urg, in and for said county, on the fifth
d ty of September next, to shew cause if any or
e;ther of you h ive. why you should not answer
the premises .ind ab de such order ami decree
a to the said Court may be agreeable to equity
and ir-md conscience, &c.
Witness the H n irabltf George Taylor. Presi
dent of our said Court at Ebeasburg, the 14th
day of July, A. D 185 5.
R. L. JOHNS TON, Clerk.
Ebensbunr, Ju'y 21. 18-VJ 38.
Audifur"M .Vol Ice.
VTOTICE is hereby given that I have been np-jjj
1 pointed hy th Orph.is' Court of Cambria
county, au An.il..;r lo d'.atrib-ta the balance of
:.. i. 1 J t u.. MMi .-i
u .u'! 3 1"., """X" " a
tk nic cauitc ui lwv ivoclivc II I, 1C
I ceaaed, to and
anion-' the croiiitors an.l leirato.-s
of said dce:ised, and that I
pose at the Court Houso in Ebensburg, 0.1 Mn.piirtfei ut l1ud ..uuate iu Washtugton township,
.day. the 2-th day of Jul v, 18 j3, when and ; ,.,,.,.,.;. ,.,., v h...imli .Lriui 4-.fi-
where ail persons interest
1V.1LT o iipv
JOHN S. RHEY.
Ebensburg, June 30, lS-SSG-t.
IETTERS testamentary having been granted to
.i the undersigned by the Register of Cambtia
county, 011 the: estate of William M'Cune, de- auvl auowauce, being part of a tractof land war
ceased, late of Washington township, all persons rauted in name of Joseph Dilworti. Thatbeine
indebted to said estate are hereby notified to , a., aft.Zi,.i ltt auxA jllhl, vi..M. .j k r ;
make immediate payment, and those having'
claims will present them properly authentod for
settlement. - I
ANN M'CUNE. Administratrix
Washington tp., June 23, 1853 35-Gt.pd.
TIE hooka of J. P. Parrish & Henry J Par-
h. an 1 those of John P. Parrish, Mit-iiael
Baruae.le and Francis Byrne, are left in the hands
rf Mestr.s Fenlon & lleyer for collection. All
persons indebted can s i?e costs by calling upon
tiietu linrueauneiy, uuo. ettiuu;; lueir reopecuve
JOHN P. PARRISH.
Campbellstown, July 21. 1853 38-3t.
A general assortment of BOOKS, such as are
csed in cur common schcols. for sale by
DAVIS & LLOYD.
VV.1 ' ! " - " t
On the morning of the 12th inst
by the Rev.
.uortou, at tue residence 01 Joiiuctou Jioore.
.. 111 tins lioruugh. Col. Wk. K. Pirxt, and
.Hiss ...A iWAKU .UOUaB. t
In Carrolituwu. on the 12th inat.. bv Rev. P.
41: ...... If. . ,1-
HI. Lempke, Mr. Hssry LSavy. of Allegheny
1 townsuip, aud M1S3 mab.7 axx koch, or uairoii
to,uahlp. ' , ...
At the same place, on the same day, by Rev.
P. H. Lempke, Mr. James Acgdstinb Davis,
and Miss Magdalk.ne Stbattkn Kihchkr- .
JfeaIt always gives us pleasure to notice any
article that confers a real benefit on the commu
nity, and it is with confidence we heartily com
mend AyVs Cherry Pectoral to our readers as
possessing extraordinary yirtuea for, the cur? of
diseases incident to the Throat and Lungs.
This may account for our frequent reference to
this article which we feel fully justified inmak-
i. Esq. I Common Pleas cf Ca:
v VHi votf-tv No. 67 Ju
ivk re . .
e.ii uf a-. id boroujh fcw.t'-ift niaTrv..-r r
t.tatta tcrte rraiies in fior.
on Si !JU8 tUrt.t.
at'.ey. Au4 uow,
and running back to M'Kte's
to wjt, 7th June. 18o3. on motion of Jis. Potts.
Esq., Court grant a rule on Defendant to appear
j and plead on or before first .day of next term. A
true extract from the record
R. L. JOHNSTON, Prothtmotary,.
Ebensburg, July, 7, 1853 37-3C
John Wilt and Rich
No. 5G July Term, 1852.
ua motion, m. tiasaon appointed to take tes
timonj in the above cae. By the Court. - ;-
Iu pursuance of the wbove appointment I will
itt-nd to the iutir8 thereof, at my ofllc ia Er
ensburg, on Mouday, the 8th dtv of August. &t
1 o'clock, P. M. M. HASSON.
Ju'y 9. 1833 37-St.
STltTEO away from the patura field of Fran
ois Bradley, near Munster. Caiubrla county,
on or bout the 20th day of June, a dappled
gjey inure, heavy hnilt. has four black Icgn,
mane turns to the le"ft side, and has an old cut
upon the right hip. Any person returning siid
mare to the subBcriher at Tunnel Hill, or Mr.
Ivory, at the Summit, or giving information of
her whereabont8, will b libmllv rewarded.
v MlfHAEL NEWMAN.
Tunnel Hill June 30. 18-3 3o-3t.
mtiK nn'Ierstgned auditor, appointed by the Or-
. . . 1 , . . . .
.1. . V r . . . .
f"" i-iun m o'tmnia connij. to mine aal
report distribution of the assets remaining in
the hands of Samuel M' Mullen, administrator of
the est.ite of John M Mullen, late of Clearfield
township, hereby notifies all persons interested.
tnat ne will atten'I to .h duties of said appoint
ment. at his office, in the borouijh of Ebenshurg,
on Tuesday the 2d day oi August next at the
bourof one o clock, P. M.
G. M. REED, Auditor.
EbensHurg. June 30. 1833 3(-U.
In the Orphans' Court
of Cambria county
Penna. The Common
wealth 'of Pennsylva
In the matter of the es-
tato 'JnM RheJ d-
ma to Linn Boyd and
Ann L. Boyd, his wife,
Peter B. M'Cord and
M:vy J. M'Cord, his
CAMBRIA COUNTY, SS.
You are hereby cited
to be and appear before the Jndges of our Court.
at an urphans Court, to be hel 1 at Ebensburg.
on the first Monday vf September. 1853. at ten
o'clock in the foren vn. then and there to accept
or reiuse to take the Keal Lst ite of James Rhey,
1 1 i., . . . ..
uect-HBr-i. s me appraiseu valuation put upon
11 oy an inquest duly awarded by the said Court,
an t returned by the Sheriff on the 6th day of
fitness the Hon. George Taylor. President of
sai'i i,niirt, at .benburg. the tenth d ivof June,
A. U. 18j3. R. L. JOHNSTON,
Ebensburg. June 30, 1853 3G-Gt.
Acini i ulsf ral or's IVol Ice.
F ETTE11- of administration having been graa-
li te-i to me unut-rsigued by the Register
Cambria county, on the est ate of Daniel Knep
per, deceased, late of Summerhill towuship
sent tuem, properly authenticated for settle-
!" ,T- " "ALaIER, Administrator.
.ederson, June 23, 1853 35-Ot.
Cambrie County, ss.
oir A f an Orphans' Court
::Tti ueld at Ebensburg, in and for said
5Sc72 county, on Tuesday the 14th Iay
of June,A. D. Ib53, before the Hon
Jn orable the Judges of the said Court:
Ou tue petition of Thomas H. Porter, of the
county of Cambria, and Charles B. Kennedy,
guardiau of Thomas 11. Porter, a minor child of
tViiiiaiu Porter, tate of said county, deceased,
setting forth that John Moran, late of the said
county, died in or aoout the moutu of March A
. r: .1.
ntestale, and letters of administration
issued, in due conrse of law, to Pat-
! rifle t ' l u i iu in uiltiiiiiiMrit..!. oil at.. ....
' ' " 4 "J . a iudiuei-
lar the goods, chattels and estate of the said
l.litWi. 1.iv-l,i I'ltc Hilt I .t.kt.li Mumn tv. 1..
,:... ii,'!iii,i,j....ni... a t iu.
" V f mm m,
VffAA KAI7P' I in i'tAIA tit Mtlii In A. PVPtuin niiuta
: tegiuutng at a poat on line of oth
ofJoun Morau, thence touth SI degrees east, 79
perches to a post, theuce uorth 3 4 degrees east,
70 perches to a brick, theuce uorth 34 degrees
we.st, 40 perches to a suin.il spruce, thence south
03 degrees west, 7! perches to the place of be
iriiiuinir. coutaminr 24 acres and 152 nerchns
or couinict in writing, 01 mi nimself to sell and
couvey the said piece or parcel of land with the
appurtenances, unto the said William Porter in
fee simple, and in consideration of the sum vf
seven Uol.ars per acre, to be paid to the said
John Morau. That subsequently to the above
bargain or contract tue said William Porter, in
his lifetime, by a parol agreement sold uuto the
said Thomas 11. Porter, tue undivided half part
ot tue atortoaiu piece or parcel 01 land, in con
4 ei,lcrtiou tual tle suid Tuuuing U Porter should
' efv.Ck ctrUiu improveuients thereon, wbicb he
attt;rM old. luat tbe said William Porter
has since died leaving no widow, and but one
child above u.med. luat the whole of the pur
cunse money was paid to the aid John Moran
in his lifit iue, out died before executing a deed
for tue aforesaid premises, and that no sufficient
provision Ur tu perfortnauce of the said bar
ga.n or c n.ract, appears to have been made by
tue a&iu ihstivased iu his lifetime, though he was
well satisued and intended that the same should
be consummated. .
And praying the Court to designate some day
certain, at wu,c4 uoUce may o given to the ad
1 lu.uistraior. j.nd widow, and hira or th- si.l
j dect.isd, to appear iu your
said Court itnd an
swer tins bill or petition; and furthermore, to
decree tite spec. lie performance of the said con
tract accoruiug to the true intent and meauiug
thereof iu or to the completing their title accor
ding to ino act of Assembly, in sucb case made
and provided. - -
You, and every of you, the said administrator,
wi tow aiid heirs, are therefore hereby cited to
be uud appear at au Orpnaus' C"Urt to be bdd
at Ebenstivirg in and for said county on the first
day of .September, A. D. l&3. to auew cause if
you, or any of you.Jft.tvw,' why your should not
answer the premises, and abide such order and
decree as to Uie aadd Court may be agreeable to
equity and good oonsuieuce. "
Witness tue Honorable Goorg Taylor, Presi
dent of our said Court , Ebensburg, the four
teenth day of Jane, A D. D353. V'
. . . - : 'R. L. JOHNSTON, Clerk.
Efc-sburg, July 21, JS5d 33-
?- COXttiD'k WALTOX,
Wliolesale dealers in Hardware, tidier, A'ailt,
4c, o. 203 Market Street, above 5th,
Jpni 10.1851: v -thiladelpUa-Pa-
I 1 l' I -
IIICH AEL WART3I 4IV &. CO.,
t Wholesale Tobacco ' SnvfT. and r..r
tvry, No. 178,
NoUh- Third Street, three doors
J - - J w rr ( Uf
. JOSEPH D. SORVER.
April 24, 1851. ly
. ': ESER & GREGC,
TITLolesale dealers in Wine and Liquor, which
tbiy are prepared to furnish cheap to merchants
aiid hotel keepers. Warehouse 208 Market St.
July 1st, 1851 ly '
I Ceorg Rhey. Levi Matthews. William Ebbs
KalbX, MATTIILWS & CO.,
' WHOLESALE GROCERS and CrmUion
Merchant, Dealers in all kinds of Produce and
Pittsburg Manufactures, No. 77 and 79 Water
'. " ' ' " Pittsburgh, Pa.
OR. THOMAS C. CUXTjUV-,
Has removed his offije Ut No. 14 Sjuth Sev
enth street, above Chestnut.
Pbiladalpbia, Pa. ..
April zo, isoz, 7-tr 2(i
J. T. nCSSTOV, J. C. HOPKINS, a. STILSOX .
JOHN Y. Rl'SIITOiV &. CO.,
Wholesale dealer in Queenncare, Chinavarr,
Glassware, $c, No. 245 Jdarket Street,
- ' Philadelphia, Pa-
April 10, 1851. ly
Jaba Parker. . James H. Parker
JKHIV PARKER & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, dealers in Flour and Bacon.
Foreign Wines and Brandies, Old Monongabela
ana tvecunea r nisxey.
No. 0. Commercial Sow, Liberty Street,
. PUtbur?, Fa.
March, 11, 1852 ly.
GEO. LIPPIVCOTT. WK. TROTTER. KDMOKD BACOM
GEORGE LIPPIXCOTT & CO.,
Have constantly on hand a full assortment of
Teas, Wines, Liquors and Groceries generally.
No. 17 North Water Street, and
No. 13 North Delaware Avenue, .
January 27, 1853.
JOHN M'PEVITT. WILLIAM H'PKVITt.
JO II IV M'DETITT Si. DRO.,
Wholesa'e grocers and dealers in Foreign and
Domestic Liquors, Rectified W biskey. Flour, Ba
con, Fish, Cheese, &c.. &c. No 311, Liberty
street, opposite the bead of Smithfield, Pitts
-December 23. 1852 S-tfj.
: j. DICCLUARE,
155 Market Street, N. E. Corner of 4th,
Manufacturer and W holesale Dealer in all of the
various new kinds and styles silk, fur, brush.
wool, Panama, straw and chip Hat : silk, straw,
braid and lace Sonnet ; artificial flowers, furs,
Ac, which will be sold. cheaper than the cheap.
est. Feb. '52, 19-ly-
HIVEEDLER &. FEATHER,
Wholesale dealers in Boot, Shoe. Bonnet,
and Palm Leaf If at. No. 136 North Third Street
(opposite the Eagle Hotel,)
February 26, 1852. ly .
. James Dougherty, at
REI.MIOLD, DAS II Si. CO.,
Wholesale and retail dealers in Tobacco, Snuff
and Cigars, warehouse at the South west oomer
of Third and Race streets. Philadelphia, lately
occupied by Ludwlg, 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 house in the
city. Orders promptly attended to.
September 23. 1852 49-ly.
LETTERS testamentary on the la&t will and
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 esUte of said de
ceased, are requested to make payment immedi
ately, and those having claims will present them
duly proven for settlement.
JOHN T. JONES,
Exeeutor.jof John D. Jonet, dee'd.
Cambria township, June 13, 1853 34-6t.
LETTERS of administration upon the estate of
Dtniel Hollea, -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
, : t - if... . ,
requested - 10 matte 1 mm em am pa.jn.rni, ana
those having claims against said estate, to pre
sent them properly authenticated for settlement.
THOMAS HOLLEN. AdmmUtrator,
' PHEBE HOLLEN. Administratrix.
White tp., June 23, 1853 35-6t.
Auditor! IVolIce. "
THE undersigned au ntor. appointed by the
Court of Common Pleas of Cambria county.
to distribute the proceeds arisinz from Sheriffs
sale of treat estate of William M U-mgh..at the
suit of Conrad & w nlion, mongt the cred
itors of defendant, hereby gives notice to all
parties interested in ea'd fund, th t he will at
tend to the duties of said uppointtrent at his of
fice in the borough of Ebeusburg. on Monday,
the 18th day of July next, at one o'clock. P. M.
- . WILLIAM KITTELL, Auditor.
'June 23, 1853 85-4t.r' -
lathe Court of Com
mon Pleaf of Cambria
Liadwig Kneedler & Co.:
V. : --
J. n. Muckerheide.
Alias Fi. Fa. No." 2
' June Term. 1853; .
" Notice m herebr eiven-that 'hv been- ap
pointed auditor by the Court of Common Pleas
of Cambria county. todUtribute the money aris
ing from the sale of - the defendant's personal
nmnart in the abOTS stated CMSO. And that I
will sit for that purpose .at the Court Houae ju
Ebensburg, on Tuesday, the 2d day of Auguat
nextrvhea and where all -persons ioterested.all the prinoipal cities in the Union, and all the
-pay at tend. " . J0U N 8. RHEY. towns on the lUUroad btwi Phtladeipbiaaad
tbsasburg, J-jae 20, ltJoS 3!-t.
Jut Itoccii eI, - ,. .
At' his Store1 one door
. . least of the-.-Hentinel of-
. . . nce ,a ;. superior f.bori
;-.V.' n t-nt of Gobi aii'd' Si!:
-e T,r tclif8 and fine jew-
.tt:gcf-t . : .--5 - ,t
35 jewelled, ' 85.0f.
Silver Lever watches full jewelled, " "lC.OO
SiUer Cylinder Escapements 12K)
Silver Qusrtiers ... . . , q'qq
Also a fine atsortment cf eight dy and thir
ty hour clocks. '
.. B. Clocks. Watches, and Jewelry repair!
at shortest notice, and warranted.
WILLIAM B.. HUDSON.
. April 29, 1852.
K. 1I1TC1II.S.V, Jr.,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburer. Pa..
riLL practice in the nevprnl Cnnm r ro.
bria. Blair and India
fessional business entrusted to his care will be
promptly nttemled to.
Office ou Main Btreet adjoining bis dwcllin"
Ebenshurg, April 21, 18o2t 26-3m.
Attorney at Law, Ebensbtu-g, To.
Office in the Court House, up stairs.
January 1, 1851.' ly
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.,
Will practice in the several courts of Cumbria,
Blair, and Huntingdon counties. Germans can
consult and receive advice in their own language.
Office opposite the Court House, formerly oc
cupied by R. L. Johnston, Esq.
EbensburjE, February 8. IgoiJ ly.
SAMUEL C. ITIIVGARD,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Will practice in the several Courts of Cam
bria, Blair and Huntingdon counties. Germans
can receive advice in their own language. Office,
on main street two doors wett of the store of
Murrav, Z ihra fc Co.
May 8, 1851 ly.
GEORGE Bl. REED.
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg-, Pa.
Will practice in the several Courts of Cambria,
Indiana, and Westmoreland counties. Office ou
Centre st., joining Gen. M'Dopald's dweUing.
Jan. 15, 1851. ly.
TT 3 1. LI AM KITTEI.E,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
Office on Main Street. In the office lately 00-
cupiei oy uen. job. McDonald.
January 15, 1852.
THOMAS C. M'DOWELL,
Attorney at Law, Hollidayiburg, Pa.
Will attend the several Courts of Cambria
county, as heretofore. Office one door west of
Wm. McFarland s cabinet wareroom.
January 1, 1851.' ly
T. )L. IIEYER,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown, Pa.
Office on Main street: two doors east of the
March 13, 1851. ly
CYRUS E. PERSUIIVG,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown. Pa.
January 80, 1851 ly.
C, W. WEDS TER,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg "Pa.,
11 ILL practice in the several Courts of Cam-
11 bria, Blair . a I Indiana counties. All pro
fessmnal business intrusted to bis cars will be
promptly attended to.
Orfice on Main sti eet opposite Dr. Wm. Lem
Ebensburg, April 28. 1853 27.
David T. Storm,
- Notary Public, Scrivener aad Coaveyancer,
JOHNSTOWN, CAJtRRIA CO. PA.,
llILL also attend to bis duties as Justice. Le-
II gal instuments of writing, such as deeds, a
greements, Foreign Power of Attorney. Ac.
drawn up accurately. Collections entrusted to
his care will receive strict attention.
May 13, 1852 30-tf. . T
Justice of the Peace, Ebeasburg, Pa,
Will attend promptly to all collections entrus
ted to his care . Office, adjoining bis dwelling.
Decern. 24, 1851. 11-tf.
Hollidaysburg, Blair Co., Pa.
The proprietor assures the public that no exer
tions will be wanting on bis part to render bis
bouse home-like to those who call with him, and
solicits a share of public patronage.
April 29, 1862. . .
. Carrolltowa, Cambria county Pa,
The nndersigned. Proprietor of the above Ho
tel, informs his friends and th pa blic th&t he Is
well prepared to furnish the best of accommo
dation, and is determined to pleas all who may
call with him. " ' '
. : '. JOHN P. PARISH.
Carroll town. June 16. 1853 34-6m.
Carroll tewn, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.
The undersigned is prepared to accommodate j
1 in the best kind or. styla ail who way favor
htm with a call, and hopes by strict attention to
bnsiness to merit and receive a share -of public
patronage. HENRY SCANLAN.
may 20. 1852.-81-tf "
... EEYTIS "IV. BltOWN,
Fashionable Barber and Hair Dresser.'
In the basement story of Davis & Co' a., ware
Ebensburg, May 1, 1851. -ly.
Jf. 8. Shampooing done, and razors honed in
a superior manner. -
Adams it Co.'s Expret&a.
W. W. ivory A- Co., agenta'will forward all
packages 'of goods or money,.' daily except (Sun
day, to alLtbe priucipal cities in the Union and
all the towns on the Rail Road between Phiiada.
and Pittsburg. Drafts collected from California,
Drafts sold pn'.lreland.. Eng and or Scotland
r- , i .aw.ta tr't. "1 jlft.
from 1 upwards. Money for drafts . must be
par-:"' - ; ' - - .'- - - .-.
Noy.-4.i852. :::r- : '
. .Adams &. Ck s -Eatress. ;
J' P- CRAIG, agent will. forward all packages
"of goods or. money, daily ex.cpt Sunday to
fur d E rH-t feSk?
For sli Cur f
corens, colds, uoarseess.
- CR0CP, ASTIDIA, 1XD
Ar.d thctm.t, - ..t. 4.v ittereof thall
grov all tretfor meat, tehctt leaf thad net fad
end the fruit thereof thall b for meat and th Uj
thertof for medicint."
iiere was hope for the sick recorded long ago,
atid every year adds new proof to tho assurance
that tntse promises shall no fail.
As medical Science discover &ad vlfct'gnatt
the re.oeui-s nature baa given, one hy one. the
diseases that aJict our race yield to the control
of art. Of all the maladies we suffer fitn, bene -has
carried more victims to an UBtioie'y grave
than Cciisuaiptioa of the Lungs, Swl Joined wo
give nie evidence that this too a. ay be ourtd.
and that l'ulmouarv cotuplulnts, in all their
forms, mav be removed by Chcrst Pkcrofc.
. ipace will not permit ns to publish Ler any
I ropcr'ion of the cures it has effected, but the
Agent below named, will luruiau our Circular,
tree, whereon are full particulars aud U.(&pU
tabie i-rool c: ihcue iacia.' '
"buiiciers reud juuge lor yourselves.
tor XUttUtuta aud WiiOupiu( Congo..
Abl.viLJ.a, XlO., Muu 4k0tu aC1.
Sir: 1 hi- tepeaUUiy uied ycur tbUST
P(CTwkAL lor V.Loopii.g Cough and inHucLia
aad liave uu htsilaUou it proiiouuc.t.g it a com
plete remedy, tour oi my chuurcn have been
amictcd witu thtse Uisci-st-s, and the free use of
I tCToiiAl, has aiaX8 t-boiaed almost inalaut
ru.r. JAMLS O LOVER.
Me attest the truth of the above staicui.-nt.
. M. Al Ol.Ml, Ld. ortheNafthVill Vbig.
J. Ai. ZliNi.UiiAN, Druggist.
FOtt A COaa"il2i. totCU.
l ilikbtfc., I a., tb. o, ibol.
Dear Sir: tor mree years I have beeu atflio
ted with a louph, so uiaircssttig that 1 frvqiiecl
jy U t span ed oi rttovu-y ; much of the j:nie I
wmu ooiigeu to sit up an night .n my chutr, as
my vwuuu wouiu sunooate lue when llaionown.
liavu. uaeu luiL remedies without tuuoh re
liet, 1 at last u tea the Cherry Pectoral, w hicb,
unucr i r0V1dfci.cc, Las cured me a togitucr.
I am with lautuae yuuis,
Tbls Is on 01 lit uuuitroui Cures of
At lUluA laave bu accrttli
t lutiry a-eeot.
ALtiAhi, . Y., April 17, 184$.
Dr. Atkk, Lowed. DtAR bivi I have far
ears beeu amicted with Asthma in the wortt
lorn., tut that i tuive been obliged to sleep iu my
cnair ior a urger part 01 lu urns, using unabia
to Urealuc ou m ueu. 1 Aad tried a grout &anw
UtCuiciues, to no put oae, unUl lu) pb) siaA
prtkciioeu, uu au eaptruueut, your Cuauax
at nrt it semed to make me worse ; but ia
im man a weea 1 began tu expeneuce tho most
grauijmg relict Hon. it use ; and now, iu tour
weeks, tue uisea&e is enUnli ruuovtO. I caa
steep ou my bed with oomiori, una enjoy astaltit
ol Lcaitu wluch 1 tiuu never expected lo enjoy.
Gr.UiUixi O. rA(U.M ,
Commission anu rorwaru'ing Merchant.
From tii Prcktdtat of AtuUerst Collse(
X.D AUi ililtutUta, M. V., L. U. V., 0.0.
J.C. AXiu but: 1 have used your Cherry
Pectoral in my own case of deep-seuted bronchi
us, and am satisfied, from its chemical const!
tuuon, that it is au admirable compound for tha
relief of laryngial aud bronchial Udficutuea - if
my opinion, as to ite superior character, Oan ba
01 aua service, you ale at liberty to use it as
you umik proper. -
Amberst, Sept. 12. Ib4a.
Among the other diatinguisbed authoritiea
who have lent their names to recommend this
preparation as the best known to them for af-
ffctions of th lungs, are: - '
President Perkins, Vermont Med. College.
Hon. Chief Justice Story, bup. .bench, U. 0. A.
Paof. Valentine Mott, 2vew York. -
Prof. Cleveland,-bow doiu Med. College.
Prof, butterseld, Ohio Medical College.
Canadian Journal of Medical Review. ' r
Booton Medical and Surtrioal Journal.
Charleston, t. C Medical Review.
Ne Jersey Medical Reporter.
Mai...... Pla., TT Ik! .
lion. G. P. MarBU, Am. Ambassador to Turkey.
Uen. Emanuel iiuluts, President of Chili.
Rt- Rev. Ed. Power. Lord Bishop of Toronto.
Rt. Rev. Bishop Reese, of the Meth. Epis. Churok
Archbishop puroelL of Cincinnati, Onio.
Also tnany ex&iueut personages tu fore.gr..
countries. - ...
Not only in the more dangerous aad distress
ing diseases of the Lungs, but also as a fatally
medicine for occasional use, it is tha safest.
pleastantest and beat in the world.
iLE PARED AND SOLD B7 JAMES C. ATX2
Practical aud Analytical CUemtst,
Sold in Ebensburer by Fred. Ritteil. and by
Druggists and Dealer in Uudicine every where
REBELLION IS tULVA!
GOODS OFFERED JIT COST,
ON SECTION 104, Pa. R. 7L
fpiTE snbscrlbers being about to remove frota
i Cambria county, offer to sea OiT all tbeir
large stock of Goods by private sale, is. large
or smali quantities, to suit purchasers. xi jirtt
oU The stock coueists in part of Dry Goods,
such as French. English and American cloths,
cssimerea. aatiuetts, tweeds, pilot cloth, aatia
Valencia, and other vesangs, silks, a!paoc8y
mutdclains, bombaxines, and
IAD EEg DRESS MODS,
of every description ; shawls, handkerchiefs,
scarfs, cravats, tibbets, ribbons, gloves and ho
siery of all .descriptions, table linaen, diapers,
crash, red, white, yellow and Canton fisnncla,
liusey. blankets and oovejlets. kickory ehirting,
Irish linen. w ite goids of every description,
b.cing, edging. La., bets, caps, boaaeu, bot
and shoes, . .. .
? READY MADE CLOTHING, " "
Hardware, aeenswnre. glass, nails, flour, tab.
JTT - ' ,u' 7 fTV 1 . u?C!n,,
rA Pi"t. aud Stuffs, all of which. weoffja4
. .1. 2 . . I J J . . I at- .
lower prices than goods have ever been sold la
the country, all kiuds of oouutry produce takei
in exchange, sucb as Lumber, Railroad Tis
Flaxseed. Rags. Lc.
N. B- Country merchants wil be aupplisd
with any -of the above splendid selections ot
goods at wholesale city prioeg, pottiag on
a uomiaal figure for freight. - - iiliY-P-
Jaly 21. 5S-j-