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Tjie Courrfer des EUts Uais furnisbos the fol
lowing interesting acco'untof the "Holy Places,"
-tfjiiclf is transited by The Boston Traveller:
Fur souidiOHhstlitse three wordjrbave form
ed the pivot f European politics.' 'Few per
sons, 'however, know their - real meaning. At
" the present moment . it ia important to under
stand them. ' They signify; literally, the aanc
tttaiie; churehc3y or chapels", whfch have been
constructed upon thts places where the principal
' treats ia tb life of Christ occurred.
Tt era are Hoy Places, not only a Jerusalem
alut the Holy JSepulcbre, ' which for many
ages have been!1 the object of the veneration of
Christian people but at Nazareth, at Bethle
bero, at Shecbeni, alCana, at Tiberias, Mount
0.ie at Gethsemane, at Tabor, and at Sebus
teh (Samaria.) As to the sanctuaries, many of
them h .Ye perished under the effects tf time,
: and it is only in the midst of their ruins that
pilgrims seek pious associations. Thus, the
churc which iie'ena caused to be built over
Jacob's Well at Shechem, where Christ had the
' mem .r.ible couversrtion wijh the woman of Sa-
xuuria, no louger presents any other objects of
regard than the face of a wall or a broken pillar.
T'je siiue may'oe said of the Church of the
Transfiguration, at Mount Tabor.
- JJeside, the Musseimen have seized, by strata
. geia or by violence, some of the sanctuaries not
the le.st renowued in Christian antiquity. The
' Church of the Present ation, built by the Empe
ror Justiniau within the grounds of the Temple,
has bee. usurped for' the purpose of a mosque.
- The Mussulmans have also destroyed the Church
, of the Ho'y Apos;les, upon Mount Zion, built
in the 14th centnry, in the most beautiful gothic
"style, by the Frauciscau?. Thischurch washeld
in high veneration, because it enclosed within
ite wtilis the spots where the sacrament of the
Eucharist was i.intuKJ, where Christ triumph
ed over the incredulity of Thoma3, and where
tLe IIo y Spirit descended upon the Apostles on
. the Day of Pentecost. The process by which
the Mussul nans elected tho usuipation of this
. charcii is worthy of being stated. A Turkish
monk, who had often extorted money from the
Franciscans by threatening to convert the I hurch
of the Apostles into a mo3qu2, entered the church,
one day, with a company of fanatics, and com
menced the perversion of it by performing his
devotions there. " This was iu the jear 1527,
soo t after the conquest of the Otiomaue. The
etiurch is now in a ruined and desolate condition.
The Mussulmans have likewise converted into a
m s iue the b ittctuary of the Ascension, upon
the mount of Olives. The enclosure, of an oc
tagon form, and in the 11 Oman style, remains,
although it has been materially reduced In
. height. An tlegant edifice, of white marble, in
. the centre, indicates the spot from whence the
Saviour ascended to Heaven.
The Roman Catholics possess, exclusively,
four sanctuaries, viz: 1. The Grotto and
Church of the.Annunciatien at Nazareth. This
;grotto still bears traces of the restorations,
which which were executed by order of the mo
ther of Constantine, The church was built by
the Franciscans. 2. The Antique Church at
T.b r us, called the Vocation of St. Peter. 3.
The Church of the Flagellation, restored in 1 820
by the Franciscans. 4. The Grotto of the Ago-
;ay at Gethsemane. The schismatic Greeks pos
t e B ouly the little Church of Cana of Galilee,
;, where the miracle of changing water into wine
"Was wrought. - - . - ' - .
The Holy Places which are common to the
Christian ciminnuions, and which are now sub
jects of controversy, are three in number, name
ly, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, at Jeru-
Salem ; the Church of the Nativity, at Betbla
bem, said to have been built by the Empress
Helena, which still bears traces jf its Grecian
origin, aid is alleged to be the most chaste ar
chitectural buildiug now remainingin Palestine:
and the. Church of the Tomb of the Virgin, at
Iu describing these sanctuaries, about which
the a it is now divided, and which threaten the
peace of Europe, we begin naturally with the
Church of the Holy Sepulchre,- the most impor
tant and the most venerable of the Christian
sanctuaries in Palestine. The Christian sects
which have privileges in the interior of this
church, are the . Greeks, the Armenians, the
Copts, the Abyssinians, and the Syrians. The
monks and friars of these various 'communions
occupy places and convents within the precincts
of the church, to a greater or less extent. These
monks guard the Holy Places by day and night.
The Cut .olics are represented by .he Francis
Can monks, French, Italian and Spanish.
The Church of the Holy Sepulchre can only
be entered by a single door. The door is guar
ded by Turkish soldieis. who allow no one to
enter without first taxing him fcr the privilege.
These soldiers have a divan in the vestibule of
the church. The admission fee received of pil
grims, amounts annually to about twenty thou
sand francs. This revenue i3 allowed to six
Mussulman families, who are established at Je
rusalem, aud who probably relinquish a part of
the income to the Turkish Pasha.
. The edifice comprises three churches; that of
- the Holy Sepulchre, properly so called, the most
vast, tne most celebrated, and which encloses
the tomb of Christ; that of Calvary, built udoii
the rock which ustained the Cross; and that of
me invention oi tne cross, raised iu the place
wuere. ou ueiena is saia to nave recovered the
instrument of redemption. The Church of the
Holy Sepulchre has experienced numerous vicis
situdes, rounded by Constantino; it was devas
tatea ana ruined by the invasion of Chosroes.
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jung oi x-crsia, unaer tne reign of Heraclias;
raised again by the munificence of the emperors
of Byzantium and the . donations of the Popes;
sacked by the conquering Arabs, Kurds, Mame-
Inkes, ana Ottomans ; and well nigh destroyed
from top to bottom during the seigo of D-imietta
by the Crusaders. The Saracens, enraged at
ahe misfortunes in which the western exnedi
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i.iona mu nivoiveu mem, naa resolve. I not to
leave the slightest vestige of the Church of the
lioly bepulchie remaining. The raj ers and the
money of the Cbiisiians of Palestine appeased
their anger, however, and prevented the intend-
to: proianation. After all these vicissitudes.
we cnurcn sua presents the character of the
primitive style employed in its construction
The massive pillars, the m--ijestic arches, of By
jantine architecture, are still preserved.
In order to appreciate the nature of t i riebts
ciauneu oy me uinerent Cnnstian omm unions
to the different sanctuaries united iu the Church
oftheIiolySepulchre.it is necessary to recur
to the period preceding the fire of 1808, which
destroyed part of the cupola. Whether that fire
lrB lighted by the malice of the Greeks, or whe
ther it was the-result of acciient, it is certain
that the Greeks obtained from ' the Mussulman
authorities-permission to make repairs t their
own expanse, and that they profited by the oc.
casioa to cocsumata serious . and numerous en
croachments. The actual state of things which
hAs excited the- complaint cf tho Franciscan
monks, and which has led to the interferences
of the French government, atea ' really from
1S08. - Neither government, since that , period,'
has taken any euectu&l steps towards a change.
Jiefore that the rijrhts of the Latins Roman
atholics were guarantied by the capitulation
fef 1740,- when: important restitations had been
mfcie upon the claims of France, to the Catho
lic, who bad eompl&iaed of the encroachments
And it was not . the first time J
had taken place, and that
the Turkish, authorities has rendered justice to
Before the fire of 1808, tne Latins possessed,
in the C'hnrch of the Sepulchre, the Sepulchre
aud Altar opposite the tomb; the Stone ut Uuc
nou on which the body of Christ was washed
before being enshrouded; the place of the Ap
pearance of the Angel to the Holy Women; tne
place of the Appearance of Jesus to Mary Mag
daleue; the Cliupel of the Crucifixion ; the place
where the Virgiu and St. John stood at the time
of the Crucifixion; and the Seven Arches of the
Virgm, contiguous to the Chapel of the Appear-
aucc. Ami oeoiaes mese, mey, iu vuuimwu nu
the Gref ks, possessed the Chapel of the Inven
tion of the Holy Cross. The Greeks possesseu
the Prison where Christ was cofinued during the
preparation for the Crucifixion ; tne place where
the Redeemer was elevated upon the Cross; the
Chapel of Adam; the Choir aud the fcauctuury
of toe Church; anil iu commuu wuu iue wiuus,
the Chapel of the iuveiHiou of the Croes. The
Ariueiueug possessed the Chapel of St. Helena;
the place where the friends ot Jesus bioou uu-
(1 the unoer chapel iu tne
Southeru gallery of the grand cupola. The oy
riaus possessed the Sepulchre of Joseph of Ari
mathea, and the chapel of the western vault.
The Copts had the privilege of a chapel in the
rear of the llulv Seoulcure. The Abyssiuiaus
I tl, nl where the Centurion was
seized with repentance after the Passion ; the
Chunpl of the Imuruuere. where Christ was
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crowned with thorus; and the place where the
women stood who watched at the Saviour's tomb.
The privilege of possession is shown by the
right of placing carpets aud keeping the lamps
in repair in the s mctuary possessed, luis is
the sign of religious ownership in the East. In
certain places, notwithstanding the exclusive
right of such or such a sect, other sects have a
right to light the lamps. Thus, in former times,
upon the Holy Sepulchre, forty-four lamps might
be burnt thirty by the Latins, and fourteen by
other nations. Upon the stone of Unction there
were eight lamps, belonging to different commu
nions. It is Well understood, besides, that the
pilgrim of all communions have access to all
tue s tuctuaries.
The tire ot 1808, as has been stated, was the
starting point of the encroachments of the
Greeks, who at that time usurped the Holy Se
pulchre, the great Cupola, the Stone of Unction
and the Seven Arches of tue virgiu. As to the
Holy Sepulchre, the Greeks do not oppose the
celebration of the holy mysteries there by the
faithful, but they leserve to themselves the
maintenance of it, and the lighting of the lamps, j
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tins. The enjoyment of the great Cupola is left
to all the different commuuions; but the Greeks
assume the sole right of possession. The claims
of the Franciscan monks extend, then, to the
possession of the Monument of the Holy Sepul
chre, the Cupola which covers it, the Stone of
Unction, the seven Arches of the Virgin, and
the joint possessioa of the Chapel of Calvary.
These are the claims which have been suppor
ted by the French Government and by Austria,
in respect to which, on the part of the Turkish
Divan, contradictory decisions have been made.
It remains for us to indicate the relative claims
to tne tomb of the Virgin at Gethsemane, and
to the Church of Bethlehem. The first, from
time immemorial, has belonged to the Latins,
though other sects have hail altars there. The
Greeks have invaded these Sanctuaries, and have
interdicted the Catholics from celebrating the
holy mysteries in them. The Latins have al
ways protested agaiust this usurpation.
A Kentuckian at the battle of New Orleans,
who, disdaining the restraint of a soldier's life,
when his name is upon the muster roll, prefer
red "going it alone," fighting upon lis own
hook. While the battle was raging fiercest and
the shot was flying thick as hail, carrying death
wherever they fell, "Kentuck" might have been
seen stationed under a tall maple, loading and
firing his rifle as perfectly unconcerned as though
he was 4'pickln leer." Every time he brought his
riflle to his shoulder, a red coat bit the dust
At last he happened to attract the attention of
Old Hickory," who supposed he had become
separated from his company, and rode up to him
to bring him behind the redoubts, as he was in
a position that exposed his person to tke en
emy. Hallo! my man, what regiment do you be
long to?" asked the general.
Regiment h 11 !" answered Kentuck ; . "hold
on, yender'sone of e'm ;" and bringing his shoot
ing iron to his shoulder, he ran bis eye along
the barrel a flash followed another English
man came tumbling to the ground.
"Whose company do you belong to ?" again
enquired the general.
'Company the d 1" was the reply of Ken
tuck as he busied himself reloading; "see that
at' feller with the gold fins on his coat and boss
Jis watch me perforate him."
The General gazed ii the direction indicated
by his rifle, and observed a British Colonel ri
ding up and down the advancing columns of the
foe. Kentuck pulled the trigger, and the
gallant Briton followed his companions that
his Kentucky foe had laid low in death that
"Hurrah for'Old Kentucky !" shouted the free
tighter, as his vict m came toppling off his horse;
then turning to the General, he continued, "I'm
fighting on my own hook stranger," and he lei
surely proceeded to reload.
Dixing Service tor toe Pre sident's House
A beautiful breakfast, .dinner, desert and tea
service, of American porcelain, has just been
finished in New York for the President's bouse.
It Includes handsomely engraved and richly cut
table glass. The dining service numbers 450
pieces and .the glass 55 dozen. The whole cost
"Jons, what is a gentleman?" 'Stub-toe
boots, short-tail coat, and high f-hirt collar."
"What is the chief end of a gentleman ?" "His
coat tail." Whatis the work of a gentleman ?"
"In borrow money, to eat larce dinners, to eo
to the opera, and to petition for an office.'
Whatis a gentleman's first duty toward him
self V 'To buy a pair of plaid pantaloons and
to raise a huse pair of whiskers.
The "MOUNTAIN SENTINEL" is publish
ed every Thursday morningat On Dollar and
F'.Py -- Cents per annum, if paid in advance or
within three months : after three months Two
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Iso subscription will be taken for a shorter
period than six months; and no paper. will be
iisconunued untu an arrearages are paid. A
failure to notify a discontinuanc at the expira
tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid
ered os a new encasement.
ADVERTISEMENTS yr be inserted
at the following rates: 50 cents per square for
uio nrsi insertion; cents for two insertions:
$1 for three insertions ; and 25 cents per square
ir every subsequent insertion. ' A liberal reduc
tion made to those who advertise by the year.
in - ,3 l J - j . .
nit ajiuuscuiuiu uatucu ia muSL navft rha
proper number of insertions marked thereon
or they "will 'b published until forbidden, and
charged in accordance- with the above' terms.
t?3iAll letters and communications to insur
attention must be post paid. A J. RIIEY
DR. A. YEA G LEY having permanently located
m JelTtrrBon, Cambria county, respectfully
tenders his professional ser ices to the citizens
of the place and the surrounding country, in
the practice of Medicine and Surgery. j
Office on Main street, where he can alwajs be
found and consulted, except when absent on
professional business. j
Jefferson, April 14, 185325. j
JAMBS BELL, i
SU3S3UT, CAMBRIA CO., PA.,
BAS the pleasure of announcing to all (who
would secure the best bargains to be offered
iu this county, that he is again iu the field Wjth
one of the largest, cheapest, and most carefully
selected stocks of
Fall and Winter Goods !
Ever brought to Cambria county, all of which
have been purchased within the last few dajs in
Philadelphia and New York, with particular re
gard to the wants of this Market. 1 again (ling
ray banner to the breeze, inscribed with my, oia
Quick Sales and Small Profits.
I confidently invite the attention of purchas
ers to my stock, which will be found uuusually
large, varied and attractive, being full and com
plete in every department. Everything new,
i fashionable and desirable - will be found embra
ced in my assortment, particular attention is
solicited to new and beautiful styles of
LADIES' DBESS GOODS,
which I have just received of late importation.
In Gents' wear I defy conapetion. and contident-
cheapest and best selected stocks of reud-inade
clothing, cloths, cassimeres, &c, ev. r brought
to Cambria county ; comprising all colors, and
qualities, which 1 will sell chtp and warrant to
give satisfaction. Also. caps, bonnets,
BOOTS AXD SHOES,
of the best qualities and latest styles, together
with queen3ware, hardware, groceries, salt, books
EL.The highest market price paid for all
kinds oi rrouuee.
November 11, 1852.
IT 311ST GO KOL Al.
KEEP THE WHEELS IX 210T10N 1
the subscriber, at his Buggy and Sleigh Man-
icn is now ia operation in all its
various oranches, in Duncansville, four doors
west of the Mountain House, where all will meet
with good work and as cheap as it can be made
ALL WHEELS ROUND.
Just call and see the work if you do not want
it, for it is worth looking at. His buggies and
sleigh3 are as neat and str-.mg, aud a little better
than you generally get in this country. Far
mers, for your own good,, aud to save money,
before you purchase any articles in his line, yon
had better call and see his work. He will give
you as much for your produce in .work as you
can get any where. In short, any person wish
ing a durable, neat, cheap and comfortable arti
cle in bis line, should give him a call.
Duncansville, May 5, 1S53 2S3m.
Wholesale and Retail
Summit, Cambria County, Pa.
Coats, Tests, pants, hats, caps, shirts, hand
kerchiefs, cravats, boots, shoes, carpet-bags,
trunks, &c, sold cheap for cash.
Summit, May 19, 1853 30-tf.
OR GEO. IS. HELLCY
OFFERS his services to the citizens of Jeffer
son and vicinity, in the practice of Medicine
and Surgery. Office next door to Mr. Lytle's
Jefferson, May 26, 1853 31-tf.
Valuable I arm Tor Sale.
THE subscriber offers for sale the farm he now
resides on, situate in Carrol township, Cam
bria county, three miles from Carrolltown, con
taining abont 250 acres, about 100 acres of
which is cleared and under good fence. There
is an excellent apple and peach orchard on the
property, composed of a varied assortment of
productive trees. The buildings consist of a
two-story hewed log house, a tenant house, and
two good barns. The wood land is well timber
ed with cherry and poplar, and there is a good
saw-mill seat on the property. If desired, the
farm will be sold in two parts, each having erec
ted thereon suitable buildings. Application will
be made to the undersigned, residing on the
premises, who will make the terms of sale easy
and give an indisputable title ?o the purchaser.
Carroll tp., June 2, 1853 32-2m.
Land Warrant issued from the Pension Office
of the United States, under an act of Con
gress passed the 11th of February. 1847. to
Elizabeth Downey, mother of Edward A. Dow
ney, ueceaseu, oi uapt. u. ii. Ileyer s company
U) Zd renn a. Vol., for 160 acres of land, and
numbered 61507, was lost between Summitville,
Cambria county, Pa., and the city of Pittsburg,
on or about the 11th of April, 1853, while ju
m j- . ...
possession oi jacoo IJ. Bweigart. All persons
are therefore cautioned against purchasing nnd
locating said Land-Warrant, as the subscriber
to Tbom it belongs intends applying to the Com
missioner of Pensions for a duplicate of said
Warrant. Should any person obtain possession
of the original warrant, they will confer a favor
Dy iorwarding the same to the subscriber, at Lo
retto, Allegheny tp., Cambria county.5 Pa.'
June 2, 1853 32-6t.
mtlt. suosenber is now runnine a Hack daily
I from the Summit to Ebensburg, leaving the
summit aoout z o'clock t. Jl.y or immediately
after the arrival of the Eastern and Western
cars, returning the same evening leaving Eb
ensburg at 4 J o'clock, P. M. Passengers who
come in the night trains will be accommodated
with a conveyance in the moruing. to Ebensburg,
wnen requirea. JUUJM IVORY.
Summitville, May 5, 1853 28.
LABORERS are wanted to work on the
Ebensburg & Susquehanna Plank Road, to
whom good wages will be given.
GLASS & H UTCUINSON, Jn.
Ebensburg, June 2, 1853. - -
WT TT T Jl T ' 1 1 .
jaiioutt kuu i-uicou aiways on nana, and we
1' bave iust received 20 barrels best whiskev
for sale on commission 5 - IVOHY & CO.
v. Always on IXand.
STONEWARE, Earthen ware, Nails, Caet-stee
and Salt, for sale by . , . . .
-' DAVIS & LLOYD.
May 12. .185320- - .
THIS WAY TOR GOOD A3TD
Will, be opened this week at the brick store
of J. Moore, in Ebensbure. a cenerul assort
ment of cloths, cassimeres, satinettB, tweeds,
and a great variety of summer goods,
Together with any quantity oi prints, aeiames,
lawns, cashmereB, ginghams, lustres and other
dress goods. "
ALSO A LARGE
and eood assortment of hardware, oueensware,
saddlery, clothing, stationary, drugs, &c, &c.
Persons wanting boots and shoes, hatB and
caps, or ready made clothing, will find it to their
advantage to call at the'
Tha subscriber, thankful for past favors, ear
nestly requests his customers, and the public
generally to at least call and examine his 6tock;
and if he cannot suit every person in quality
and price it is not his fault. Produce and lum
ber of all. kinds taken in exchange for goods;
and hulso takes CASH when offered.
- J. MOORE.
. Ebensburg, April 28, 1851.
B.0 CERT KERBT. ROBERT OALBRA1TH. '
COACH m iVIJPATORI.
HE subscribers would respectfully inform the
citizens of Ebenburg and the public gener
ally, that they will carry on the Loach Making,
including the Smith work, at the Machine shop
formerly occupied by Mr. Anderson, in the
rear of E. Hughes' store; where by using
none but the choicest material, and employing
none but the bust workmen, they hope to con
vince all that will do them the favor to examine
their work, that in point of durability, appear-
ance or cheapness, it cannot be excelled by any
similar establishment in the State or elaew
Persons wishing a bargain in the purchase of a
carriage, will consult their own interests &y
giving them a call. They are prepared to fur
nish the following kinds of Vehicles, viz:
Buggies ;f different qualities and prices, Ba
rouchts. Chariotees. one and two horse Kocka-
wavs. close nu irter Eliotic and C sDrintr Cohch -
second hand w.jrk of dlffrt-nt kinds. &c
making a variety that will suit all tastes and all
Repairing done with neatness and de-
Ebensburg, June 2. 1853
Call I net Ware Rooms,
Allegheny Street, Hollidayshurg', Pa.
Would respectfully invite the attention of the
public 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.
The subscriber would respectfully inform his !
friends and customers, that he has received and
is now opening, at the store room f ormerly oc
cupied by Richard Lewis, dee'd., a large and
general assortment of goods, consisting in part
DRV GOODS, GROCERIES, IIARDWAllE,
Queensware, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c.-, all
of which he is determined to sell low either- for
cash or approved country produce. He solicit
examination of his stock, aud is confident he
can sell cheaper than the cheapest.
GEO. J. RODGERS.
May 8, 1851 30-tf
Acu Chair manufactory.
lhe citizens ot r.Densburg and vicinity are
nformed that the very place to purchase
CHAIRS, SETTEES, SOCIABLES, AND STOOLS,
of the best manufacture aud 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, HOUSE and SIGN PAINTING
executed in the best manner and latest style.
JOHN L. STOUGH.
Ebensburg, Nov. 27, 1851. 6m.
LETTERS of Administration have been grant
ed to the undersigned, by the Register of
Cambria county, upon the estate of James Rhey,
deceased. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment to
us, and those having claims will present them
properly authenticated for settlement.
SUSAN RHEY. Administratrix.
ANDREW J. RHEY, Administrator.
Ebensburg, October 21, 1852 tf. .
J. B. CRA1Q. JAS. D. HAMILTON.
Commission &. Forwarding-.
rflHE 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 by 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.
UllAIU & HAMILTON.
Jefferson, March 15, 185-J.
Ebensburg, Cambria County, Pa.
THE undersigned respectfully informs the pub
lic that he is now prepared with every requi
site for their accommodation, and will exert ev
ery effort to render bis bouse 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. lie respectfully solicits
a share of patronage.
April 28, 1853 27-tf.
A fresh arrival of Boots, Shoes, Summer
Hats, Caps, Fancy Gimp and Florence Straw
Bonnets, Powder, Gun Caps, Shot, Lead, &c.
received this day and for sale at thecheap store
Jnne 26. 1851.
2000 pounds wool, butter, eggs wanted by
!Q. OOL, Butter, and all kinds of Grain,
taken in exchange for goods at ;
J. Moore's store.
The highest price paid for wool at the store
GEO. J. RODGERS.
IIISKEY, White Lead, and Linseed Oil
for sale by
40 Barrels Concmaugh Salt for sale by
For the biehest prices are paid for hides
skins and tanner's hark in either trade or ca9h by
J. MOORE. -
neatly and expeditiously executed at this Office
IIATEVER ccricfrns il:c hr nlth nnd hnpp-
ii nt-hs cf a rectle is at a!l tinus cf nmi-t va!
unl.Tc irr.i r rtMnce. 1 take it fcr si-.-ti.te i that
every pereon wi.i lo u.t in their p.wer. t ;
the lin f cf tl rir thildrfn, nd that every
Bi n wi" fiideavur to promote their own 1-
ut r.n sacrifices. 1 feci it to be my duty to nil
truuly ns?ure you that worms, according f the
!o iii'Uis of the most celebrated Physicians, ore
'the primnry cru-cs .f a larp- ninjority of dise-
' asc.? To which children and adult are liable : if
you have .:n appetite continartlr i-lniiiC'cahle
Irv.in one kind cf food to another. Pad Prnth,
Pain in the .Stomach, l'ickinir ntfho Nose, f.'ard
Yiess and Fullness nf tlie P-plly, Dry Cough,
Slow Fever. Pult-e Irregular remember that all
these denotes worms, and you should at once
apply the remedy :
If oticiisacli.') lVorui Syrup.
An article founded upon Scientific Principles,
compounded with purely vegetable substances.
being perfectly safe when taken, and can
given to the most tender Infant with decided
beneficial effect, where Bowel Complaints and
Diarrhoea have made them weak and debilitated
the Tonic properties of my Worm Syrup are
such that it stands without an equal in the cata
logue of medicines in pivmg tone and etrer.th
to the Stomach, which makes it an Infallible
remedy for those afflicted with Disprpsia, the hs-
I tonishing cures performed by this Syrup after
I'hy6icians have failed, is the best evidence cf
j its superior efficacy over all ethers.
THE TAPE WOEM !
This is the most dificult Worm to destroy of
all that infest the hnmcn system, it grows to un
almost Indefinite length becoming so ceiled aiid
lstened in the Intestines and Stomach effecting
ueanu !o sau;y us to cause st Vitus iiance,
ri'o P k . 1. . . 1 ... . i: - . i , .
Fi-s, &.c, that those afliicted seldom if ever bus
1 t that it is iape Woim hastening them to an
turly grave. In order to destroy this Worm, a
very mergetic treatment mast be pursued, it
would therefore re proper to take 8 or 8 of my
J Liver Pills so as to remove all obstructions,
i tLe Worm Syrup may act direct upr.n the W
J which must be taken in closes cf 2 Tablespoon
jfuli 3 times a day theta directions followed
uac never oeen Known in nil m CUT:i:gtJiO CibSt
obstinate case cf Tape Wtst.
Eob&nsici's Liver Pills.
No part of the sy6tem is more liable t dis
eaee then the Liver, it serving as & filterer to
purify the blood, or giving the proper sccrc
in ioilc Di.e ; so that any wrong adieu o
the Liver effects tue other important parts of
he system, and results various'y, ia Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia. c. We should,
therefore, watch every symptom that might in
dicate a wri ng action of tLe Liver. These Pills
being composed of Roots $ Plants furnished by
nature to heal the sick : Namely. 1st. An Ex
pectorant, which auguments the secretion from
the Pulmonary mucus membrane, or promotes
the discharge of secreted matter. 2nd. An Al
Urnative, which changes iu some inexplicable and
insensible manner the certain morbid actios of
the system. 3rd. A Tonic, which gives tone and
strength to the nervous sxstim. renewing health
and vigr to all parts of the body. 4tb. A Cuth
aric. which acts in perfect harmony with the
other ingredients, and operating on trie Bowel,
and expelling the whole mass of corrupt and vi
tiated matter, ana purifying the Blood, which
destroys disease and rcitcres Leiilth.
TO PEJIAL ES .
Yo will find these Pills an invaloablemedicine
in many complaints to which you are subject.
In obstructions either total or partial, they have
been found cf estimable benefit, restoring their
functional arrangements to u healthy action
purifying the Mood and other fluids so effoctu,
ally to put to flight all complaints which may
arise from female irregularities, as headache,
giddiness, dimness of sight, pain in the side
None genuine unless signed J. N. Hobensack.
all others being b;ise Imitation.
ftSjTAgents wishing new supplies, and
vawuo oi urcui.-img igeius mutt ad-
Hughes, Lbensburg ;
A. Durbia. Munstcr : John
ston, Johnstown ; McLlo6key. Summitville ; E
noch Rees, six miles west of Ebensburg ; and
by every respectable dealer in the State.
Keyser & McDowell, wholesale agents, No.
14U Wood Street, Pittsburg, who will supply
agents at the Proprietors prices-.
Bc.rrice. each 25 cents ! !
STORK'S CBIE.1IIC4S. 11.4111 IX
VIGURVIOK. This delightful and popular article in the best
preparation for the hair which lone experience
and scientific research has produced, either as
an article for the touet. or its beneficial effect
I iu all the diseases to which the human hair is
liable. It will impart to the roughest aud coar
sest hair the most beautiful appearance, entire
ly cleansing it from all impurities.
liut while we assort that it is the best article!
for the toilet of those who wish to retaiu tho
hair in all its youthful
LUXURIANCE AND BEAUTY.
r.mat ,w. iio ",!. ritf i tli.it u 1 1 ,11....;.. C
...no. ..v. .. . .b. v.. ......... ... oi ; 10 aec ins ioimer patrons and as many new
the hair or scalp, such as the falling of the hairones as please to call. He receives retrularly
dandruff, pimples, or sores on the scalp, &c, it ; from New York and Philadelphit the latest
is, perhaps the article which has given decided j fashions and cannot be beaten either in the
satisfaction in every instance where it has been shape or fit of Coats, Pants or Vests, by any
usei' other Tailor in the emmtrv 1 ..rvA.tfii!
ltd rt nft..i TA in soaA r f kiil.Tnaj t
no v'vi.iivu ,ti vaov, jx vaiiiC33 13 UVCUIIIIIIV
active, so that, in numerous, where other reme-
dies have been tried in vain, STOItKS CHEM
ICAL lNVIGORATORLas superseded the orna
ments of art, by reinstating, in full plentitude,
tho permanent gills and graces of nature. It
is possessed of a character wholly differing from
the Oils, Grease, Restoratives. &c, which are
now so uumerousiy loisteU on the putiuc, under
the pretence of being newly discovered for bald-
uess, gray hair, &c.
has now been tested for years, and its efficacy
has been proved by thousands, Every year its
reputation and sales have increased, until more
of it is consumed auuually than of any other
preparation for the hair ev-r offered to the Ainer-
ican public. It is compounded on strictly sci-
eutific principles, and the proprietor will "stake
his reputation on its efficacy.
Its extraordinary cheapness places it within
the reach of the humblest family, and its on-
ceded value insure it a place on the most luxu- .
For sale by the proprietors price 25 cents
CP. AMET CO.
120 Arch street, one door below Sixth. j
For sale by Fred. Kittell, Ebensburg ; James
Bell, Summit ; G. Muckerhide & Co., Johnstown.
December 16, 18528-ly.
WM. DAVIS. JOliN LLOYD.
XI avis &, lAoyd,
Having formed a partnership in the
Would respectfully solicit the patronage of their
friends and the public generally. j
Call and see us at n old stand of William ,
April 23. 1S52. '!
LITER CGMPUU5T. -
JATJXDICE, DYSPEPSIA, HSOKIC 02 m
VOUS DEBILITY. DISEASES 0?
ising from adia
ordered liver or sto
mach, such as constipa
tion, inward piles, fullness or
. blood to the head, acidity of the
stomach, nausea, heart burn, disgust
for food, fillness, or wrigbt in the stomach
60ur eructations, sinking or fluttering at the pit
of the stomach, swimming of the head, hur
ried nnd difficult breathing, flntterinr
at the heart, choking or euffoca
ting sensations when in a liv
ing posture, dimnees of
vision", dots or webs
before the sight .
be Pam ,n head, difficiency or perspiration yel
t of the skin and eves, pain in
siae, Dactc. chest, limha.
. . . -
Ac, sudden flushes
of heat, burning in the flesh,
constant imgiiiingfl of evil nod great
depression cf spirits, can he effectukllj cured bj
CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS,
DE. C. M. JACZSO JT,
At tbo German Medicine store.
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Their pover over the above diitaui it not txttUtj
it eqvalled ly ary other preparation t ,i
United States, as the cures attest, in matin m,.. -
' ter skilful physicians had failed.
e&e Bitters are worthy tha ttwiTn- ,
- , valids. Possessing great virtues in the rti.
cation ef diseases of the Liver and lesser glandi
exercising the most searching powers in wtt.
nesa and affections of the digestive organs, thtj
are withxl. 6ufe. certain and nleatant 7
That this medicine will eure Liver Complalit
orm,,na i'yspepsia, r.o one can doubt after using It u
stated. It acts specifically noon the stomach ni
Jiv r ; it is preferaMe to calomel in sU bilious
dilates the effect is immediate. They can be
administered to female or infant with t&fety aaj
reliable benefit at any time.
l3k vrtU to the marks of the Gtstlat
They have the written signature of M.
JACKSON upon the wrapper, and hit ntaa
-; blown ia the bottle, without which they art ipa.
f i rions.
For sa?e Wholesale and P.etail at the Geran
Medicine ftore. No. 120 Arch itreet, one door
below Sixth, Philadelphia ; and by respecUbli
dealers generally through the country.
To enable all clases of invalids to enjoy tit
advantages of their great restorative powers.
Single bottle 75 eentSi
For sale by Frederick Kittel Druggist Ebers.
burg : .Tnrt Bell, Sumtaii ; 0. Muckerlidt 4
December 1C. 1852 8-ly.
- - -
lYlxoIesale nnd Retail
TI3, COPPER, AND SHEET-ISOJT,
Ths subscriber adopts this method of retm
ing thanks to Lis friends and the public gener
ally, for the liberal patronage heretofore beito.
ed upon hira, and bees leave to inform them tint
he has enlarged his business, and now keeps
constantly on hand a large supply of every vi
riety of Tinware, Stove Pipe, Dripping
Zinc Boilers, Coal Buckets, Tea Kettles, $c., r,
which he will sell, wholesale or retail, as lev u
any other establishment ia the country.
Ke is al30 prepared to manufacture Spouting
for houses, at the shortest notice, and on the
most reasonable terms. Mercha
desirous of purchasing bills or ware, are res
pectfully invited to call, as he is prepared to sell
them goods equally as cheaD as they can b had
(either east or west, and all orders addrAJ t
; him will La promptly attended to.
j f-' Lc-ensburg, at the warehouse of the
signed who has oa hand and will sell at the
STOVES OP ALL KINDS.
consisting of Globe ; Flat Top, complete ; Vic
tory, complete : complete Cook ; the New Com
plete ; Cooks Favorite; Delaware Cook; Key
stone; Union Coal Burner, Parlor stove; Hot
Air, do ; Bar Room, coal stove ; all of the la
tent style aud pattern which cannot be excelled
or equalled. Come and see them, and don't for
r' t t bring your wife ol;-if jou have note
bring yo ir hi Jy-love.
Jc't Work of every description, done on the
shortest notice. Old copper and pewter, Uken
in exchange for ware.
The undersigned hopes, by a strict attention
to business, to receive a liberal share of public
HA RN CAME.
July 8, 1852.
rnHE undersigned informs his customers that
1 the firm of Rynon Johnston is dissolved
by mutual consent, and that the subscriber still
continue the business in the room recently oc-
cumed by the old firm. wbr l. will h ,.rn
. . rrJ
i . ... .
ask the public to trive him a call, and con
fident his work will recommeud itself.
D2i-All kinds of country produce taken in
exchange for work.
April 20, 1852. tf.
nriiri). , , ,, , .
HLALER in staple and fancy dry goods gro
" series, wholesale and retail fish ; hardware
aud cuttlcl7 5 t?uns nala hnr-iron, sheet-iron
"hect-xinc. stoves of all kinds, stove-pipes and
""set-iron ware, tin ware, copper and brass
kettles, &c, &c.
Gr.Hin' Jutter oriatry product
i bou AT90
',A dfaIer V1 k poplar, ash and cherry
lu,nber ; ,unber ,alwa?8 bought, and a large
q" V """"'" w
Cash always paid for lumber cut to order or
such as suits the present demand of the market.
A larga lot of-new goods as embraced in the"
above list just received and more opening far
sale at tue lowest market price.
September 23, 1352 4J-tf.
EREAS, letters testamentary . have been
granted by-the Register of Cambria coun
ty, ou the last will and testament of Jaoe Atm
Hallegau, deceased, to the subscriber, residir.g
iu Washington township, iu said county, all per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims aguinst said estate to present them duly
authenticated fcr payment.
JOSEPH NOEL, Lxccutcr.
May 26, 1853 31-f-t.rl "'.