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THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOH.
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THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish
ed erery Wednesday morning, in Ebenslmrg,
Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 per annum, if paid
is advakck. if ri"t $2 will be charged.
ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in
serted at the loHowmg rates, viz:
i square 3 insertions,
T.verv subsequent insertion,
1 aanare 3 months,
1 " 6 "
" " 1 year, .
col'n 1 year,
V-'iVeh'e lines constitute a square.
Ood Save the Commonwealth.
Proclamation of Presidential
Piusuant to an act of Congress of the United
States 1 JOHN ROBERTS, 'High Sheriff of the
County i.f Cambria, in the State of Pennsylvania,
do hereby make known and give notiee to the
muddied Voters of th? county aforesaid, that a
GEN'EBAL ELECTION will be held in the- said
cr.iuitv of Cam'-iia on the first Tuesday, (aud -Ith
,i-.v) ot Nr.vcud -r next. (18oti.) to elect bv ballot
: i:'TV-sj:vex electors for PRESI
DENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE
Ju i ursuance if said act, I also herein make
I n-nv.i and give notice, that the places of hoMin
ti t- aforesaid General Election districts within the
I county of Cainbna aie as loiiows. viz:
T.i'j electors of the district c-mpn.ed of
T",r.i!i--K of F.Lenshurg, to raiet at the C
ii .ii- c i;i t ai l Borough.
The electors of the -distiiet composed of the
..v ui;ij of Cambria, to meet at the Court II use
:iu- B -rough of F.Umburg.
'1 l.e e'.c-. tors of the distric t composed of the
t v:is'aip of Carroll, t meet at the School House
i.i Carr--1. tow n, in aid tovns!;ip.
The elector of the district com posts of the
ot (Jbcst. to meet h me ;senoi ji-ics'-'
in tlx- fa i tn i" Kicivird J. Pioudtoot,
Richard J. Pioudfoot, in sai l
' -v. luhii'.
The t-let tors -f the district r!np'( d of the Po- j
v -i'.h of I.o;-t'tto, to meet at the School House in .
v.-i-i litirough. j
i'i.e tlectois i f the district compose! if the j
lurough tf S'imiiiitvdie, to meet ut the School j
lirie ia said .borough.
Tiie electors of the di.-triet composed of the
of Allegheny, to meet at ScIkk 1 Mouse j
in said township. !
1-vtors of ti.e district o inp( sed of the P. - j
(f Johnstown, to meet ut. the Mauiou
in s;d-l Borough. I
L.e. lor-a ot tho district compwn oi tnc
h of ('.iiiitiuaiigli, to WiCCt at School House
i; i ll"
in f-::. Borough.
TU'J eleotocs ol the oitrut comj'oscd of -the
tvr.h'of C'earfield, to inc.-t at the In. i:se of
, i .. i ... :.. . .: l t -T,:..
Ooiin 11. liougias, i ii !ciii i-. uiMiij..
Thn tlectois of tl;e (h.tiiit composed
ishi'r,f .Jackson, to meet at" the htuiVeef-i
rv I'agiT, in said town.-hip.
The e'.uct rs
of the. i':strict composed of the
t-nvi-.-hip of P.ichland, to meet at the house of I
.Ja-ob Kring. in said twurdiip. I
The tbvt.asof tli
cu-:ii'T cnnpiisca ( i ine
U-w-Hshij) t-i 11 icklic
A Mcakin, in t!.(
i .i' eievtors of tl
V to ti'i'ct. :il. t!i hon-H ot
, ... - -
vidage i f Bdsauo, in sail
; t composed of the
t a-h'o of i;m:U.
to meet at the house ot
y. ittht -V C-'iirad, U :
1'ite ele-.-t' ! s of tl.
t !:s!li of W'ashui'
(lis-iLt compile 1
ton, to meet at the
situate at tho l-xt of Piano No. 4, in said
The (l; tors of
1 -.vnhi:i of White
district composed of the
meet at School ll-jiise No.
1, in said township.
The electors of the district composed of the
'-;n ,, M uiter. to meet at the ware lunise
Augustine Djibin, iij the v
The lectors of the district composed of the
t.iu i.sl.lo f C.nijtsnmigli, to meet as fodow, viz:
l:::tiict No. J. All that part of siid township
-( ' rcn: oh. b-oun-led by the Soiner.-H-t County
t tlio Si"i.y C'cck R: ir, to J hiiotowu Bor
o'i'i line, th ncc; by line of said Borough to the
junction of the Stony Orcx-k unci Little Concinatigh
lh-.vrs. theiiee up Little C -nemaugh to the huge
a-, ie-hi'?t a.-i-.'ss ilh.kston's Run, thence ta.wn
the Big C-.;i-toaugh River to the We&tmori -laiid
' ' .. h ie, theinv d..ng s aid line to tha Somerset
... line, and place of beginning to meet at
S h...,l IF,usc No. 17, in Cambria City, ia said
i).!n. t No. 2. All that part of said township
hounded by the Goneir.augh River and IVnn. yl
Aania Canal, from the sma'l aqueduct across
ih:.!.s:.-ii".- Bon, to the large aqueduct at Johns-'
t '.mi, thence by Conomaugti Borough and Oone
taanl, River to Summcrhill township line, thence
by Jackson township line to Indiana county line,
thence by the same to the place of begiuning: to
:ned at Sclnv.il House No. 0, near the residence of
"John IL'adrick, in said township.
District No. IS, All that part of said township
bounded by the Conemaugh Borough line and the
Conemaugh rtver to the Richland township line,
the Stony Creek River aud the Johnstown B tr
ough line, to nu-tt at S hool Hcuse -No. 10, near
the farm of the heirs of David Singer, tlec'd., in
sai 1 township.
Tho tlectore of the district composed of .the
township of Summerhill, to meet as follows, viz:
District No. 1. All that part of said township
lying on the eastern side of the division line divi
ding said township into two election districts, said
division line beginning at a ci mcr of a tract of
hind warranted in the names of Alexander Car
lisle and Samuel Griffin, thence north 16J degrees
'west 970 perches to the Gidbraith road, it being
iho dividing line between Sumn- rhill and Cam
bria townships. Again commem ii,g at the corn
er of the Alexander CaiV.sle and Samuel (5 nfiin
tracts, thence South "0 degrees, 1340 perches to
the S .uth Fork of the Conemaugh Rivt r, to meet
?it the School House in the town of Jefferson, in
said township, and the officers elected nt last
spring election for aid township to conduct said
District No. 2. All that part of said township
lying on the western side of the said division line,
to meet at the School House near the town Sum
merhill, in said township: and Casper Dimond
will act as Judge aud Francis K. Herlinger and
Sanuicl S. Paul, inspectors of said election.
And I further give notice, ns in and by the 13th
Section of the aforesaid Act I am directed to do,
That all persons, except Justices of the Peace,
whobLaii hold any office or appointment of profit
or trust under the government t f the United States
or of this State, or any City or,:incoTporated dis
trict, whether a commissioned officer or otherwise
a subordinate or agent, who is or shall" be employ
ed under the legislative, judiciary or executive de
partment of this State or the United States, or of
anj City cr incorporated district ; and alxi, that
every member of Congress or the State Legisla
ture, and of the select or common councils of any
incorporated district, is by law incapable of hold
ing or exercising, at the same timo, the office or
appointment of Judge, Inspector or Clerk of any
election of this Commonwealth, and that no In
spector, or Judge, or other officer of any such -election
shall be eligible to any office then voted for.
Also, in the 4th Section of the Act of .Assembly,
entitled, "An Act relating to elections and for
other purposes" approved the 16th day of April
1850. it is enacted that the foregoing 13th Section
shall not be so construed as to prevent any militia
oflicer or borough officer from serving as Judge or
Inspector at tiny general or special election in this
Common weal tli.
'Pursuant to the provisions contained in the Act
first aforesaid, the judges of the aforesaid districts
shall respectfully take charges of the certificate
or return of their respective districts, and produce
thein at a meeting of one judge from each district
at the Court House, in the Borough of Ebensburg,
on the third day after the day of election, being
Friday, the 17th day of October, A. I). 1850,
then and there to do and perform those duties re
quired of them bv law.
A nd fui thcr, if any judge, by sickness 01 una
voidable neeident, is unable to attend said meet
ing of judgss, the certificate or return afroesaid
shall be taken charge of by one of the inspectors
r clerks of the election of the district who shall
do and perform the duties required of said Judge
unable to attend.
Given under mv hand at my office in Ebens-h-irc
the eisrhth dav of October, in the year
i,f our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifty
j six, and of the Independence ot the United ataies
Sept. 1 7., '50. JOHN ROBERTS. Sherff.
G 31 EAT GXCITEHGXT! !
m wm mm
f THE subciihrr would
rcsr-ccttuilv niiorm me
- ll 1
.1- 'o:..d citizens of Ebensburg and tlie adjoin
ii!g vicinity that he has returned from Philadel
phia, with the largest and most varied assort
ment of GfciOi:2f ever offered. The stock
consists as fallows :
Groceries: Molasses, Sugars, Teas, Rice,
CiuTHcs.Soaps, Fish, Salt, Bacon Sr Hams, Flour.
Oat Meal. Corn Meal, Tobacco, Peaches, Dried
Alples. Saleratu., Baking So.la, Dried Herrings.
Iimkee's Baking Powder. Sardires. Mustard, Spi
ces, llolioway Worm Coni'ccticn, Vinegar.
j Nuts of all kinds,
J-Jquors : Ci-erry Brandy, Blackberry Bran-
dy,- iiasjd erry Brandy, French Brandy, Port
W ine. Old live Whiskey.
Elruslies, fvc, Kc : Tlorse.Swccping, Dus-
ting. Scrub and White. Wash Brushes, Bed Cords,
Twine, Ccirn brooms. Baskets of all kinds. Tubs
and Buckets of all kinds. Wash Boards. Butter
Bowls. Nails, Lamp Glolies, Cum y Coml.s, Carjiet
Hamineis and Tacks, Window Glass of all kind.;,
Arnold's Ink, Hovci's Ink. bttd Feus, Station
ary of ;d I kinds.
Together w ith a largo assoi tmcnt of other arti
cles nut enumerated, which will he sold as cheap
if not cheaper than anv establishment in the
county. "RICHABD TUDOR.
Ebe::-burg, Jul SO. i -4 0.
Now ior I
fB!!IE subscriber has just received from
fi. the East a huge a" l splendid stock
of new Goodi; of tho following articles, all
of th: beat rpu'.I'iy, Groceries such as
Tea, ami Syrup
Molasses?, a little
of the best that has
ever been brought to
this town before. ALSO
Starch (Join which is very
delicioos f. r food, in far t he
has everything that is in the
Grocery line. ALSO A good as
sortment of faney stationary and no
tions. ALSO he lias added to his
stock a good assortment of JIAIVES1
T()0L, which is very important to the
aimer at tins time, consisting of tho fo!-
1LAKHS, S,-c. all of a good qual
it3. ALSO A good assort
ment 'of DRUGS and
Also A large lot of GO OD EL O Ult. ALSO
BAR IRON, NAIf.S, and GLASS.
Call and see and examine for 3oursclves, you
will not regiet by doing so.
Ebensburg, Jul" 9, 185C. 37.
TO TSIESIIARIIIXOI'DEKISOF Tilt
SMALL FRY GIFT ENTERPRISE.
fElHE flattering success the proprietors of the
JL "Small Fry Gift Enterprise" have met
with, has enabled them -to make such report to the
Committee, that said Committee have thought
proper to meet in Altoona, on JFkiuay, 17th of
October, lSGo', to distribute the property of the
Enterprise, when it is desired that as many mem
bers as can, will attend the distribution. As there
are yet a few tickets unsold, in the hands of agents
they are requested to ue a little exertio.i to dis
pose of them, and make thtir returns as soon as
S. KRIGGER, M. II. JOLLY,
A. GliERN, J. SINK,
J. M'CAHEN, M. DOUTY.
J.MORROW, . AV. VALENTINE,
J. D. HAMILTON, G. F. M'CABE,
Committee Room, )
Altoona, Aug. 15 I8d0. J
'VIio Owes Us."
THE Books of the subscribers have been placed
in the hands of John Williams, Esq., for col
lection. MURRAY & ZAI1M,
MURRAY, ZAUM & Co.
Ebensburg, Dec. 2C. 18C5.
TWV T3T Ti. x - 1 C 1
Envelopes. Books, See; at WlBuI
EBENSBURG, OCTOBER 15, 1856.
Arrival of tSie JTrais at Wiluiorc
The Fast Line resumed ita regular trip on
Monday May 19th. The following is the schedule
of the trains passing Last and West
Mail ' "
Mail Train East
10 o'clock, 12 min. A. M.
8 . 42 " P. M.
7 . P.M.
H , ' 13 " A. M.
6 ' ' 52 " . P. M.
fi 35 " A. M.
Hacks leave this station immediately after the
departure o the trains for Ebensburg. .
the: loxg looked for has come at
The largebt, best, and cheapest assortment of
S, Bernei would respectfully inform the citi
zens of Ebensburg aud surrounding country, that
he has just opened out at his new establishment,
near the Cour lloiise, one of the largest, most va
ried, elegant aud cheapest assortment of Clothing
ever brought to this or any other place.
His stock is unquestionably the richest and ra
rest ever imported to the top of the Alleghenics,
and embraces everything that can be enumerated
or conceived in the Clothing line, consisting of
Overcoats of all sizes and qualities from $3,00 to
Coats " " " 1. CO to $20,00.
Pauts " " $0,75 to $8,00.
Vests " " $0.75 to $S.( 0.
Also, a full assortment of silk Neckerchiefs,
Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, Shirts. Undershirts, Draw
ers, Socks, Coinfoits, Collars, Travelling Bags,
It is useless to attempt, to give Anything like a
general enumeration, :s the task would bo a dif
ficult one. but in lieu of this, the public are most
cordially invited to call and examine if they wuh
the lest of bargains.
Ebensburg, July 30, 185C.-30-ly.
TO Ti IF. STOCK HOLDERS (r THE JEFFER
SON .$ EBENSBURG PLANK ROAD Co;
You are hereby notified to meet at the Cambria
House, in Jefferson, on Saturday the :20th day of
September next, at 10 o'cltck, A. M. A general
attendance is requested. The propriety of in
creasing the tolls will bij considered, and other
business of importance.
By order of the Board of Directors.
Wm. R. HUGHES, Soc'y.
Aug. 25, 1S5R.
Valuable I'roperiy for Sale.
The subscriber offers his farm at private sale,
containing one hundred and eight acres, situated
in Piue tuwnsnip, Indiana county. Pa., about
four mil?s north of Strongstown. The bud is in
a good state of cultivation, with sixty acres
cleai i d, and "Under fence. There is also erect d
on the property a two story frame dwelling
House and an excellent Saw Mill, eapalle of
cutting 2000 feet of lumber in twelve hours.
The property will Lesold exceedingly low, as the
subscriber wishes to go West.
Sept. 3, 1856-St
TT ETTERS Testamentary on the estate of Rees
jLA Morgan late of Cambria township, Cambria
County dee'd, have been granted to the subscri
ber by the Register of said county, and he hereby
notifies all persons knowing themselves to be in
debted to said estate to make immediate payment
and those having claims sgainst said estate, to
present them duly authenticated for sett ement.
EVAN R. MORGAN, Executor.
Aug. 27, 18C.6.
From the subci iber in A.'eghaney Township,
August 4th A Boy named Natlianie Ben
don aged about loyear. I caution any persons
to harbor or trui-t said Bov on mv account.
'JOHN B. MYERS.
Loretto, Ausust, G, iSCC
HENRY FOSTER, PROPRIETOR.
The subscriber would respectfully inform the
citizens of Cambria county' and the travelling
public generally, that he has leased for a number
of years tlie above Hotel, and furnished it in a
manner equal, if not superior, to many Hotels in
Western Pennsylvania, aud it being situated in
nne of the most business streets in Johnstown,
makes it a desirable stopping place for business
men. Tlie Bar will be furnished with the lest
liquors the Philadelphia Custom House can afFord.
Attached is a large and commodious Saloon in
the basement story, where every delicacy will be
served up. Every attention will he paid to visit
ors. HENRY FOSTER.
Johnstown, S-pt. 3, 185jj-tf
mimiv. mm ram
HART & BIIO., would respectfully inform
their old customers as well as many new ores
that they have received a large quantity of Gro
ceries, which for quality and cheapness cannot be
excelled by any similar establishment west of the
Allegheny mountains. We are determined to
sell lower than the lowest, We have also? on
which we will dispose of wholesale or retail. -
HART & BRO.
July , 1856.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
The uudersighed in Carroll township, offers for
sale his FARM containing one hundred acres,
twenty-five of which are cleared, on which there
is a young Orchard. There is an "L" HOUSE,
84 by 00 feet and a DANE BARN erected on the
premises. ' It lies on the Plank Road, 2J miles
from Carrol tori and 7J miles from Ebensburg.
It is well watered. - For information inquire of
Michael Snj'der, adjoining farm.
Sept. 17, 185G-4t J J
SCHOOL. TI2AC1IEUS WANTED.
The School Directors of the Cambria School
District wish to employ nine School Teachers.
The examination of teachers will take place,
September 22d inst., in Ebensburg, at the office
of R. L. Johnston, Esq.
. WM. G. .WILLIAMS.
Sept. 10, 185C.-3t : President.
UMMERCts ao dua, Pacts and. Silk, Lawns
Gingham Handkerchiefs at J. MDcrtnits.
IIDLMES fc YOUNGS'
Wholesale & Retail Watch, Clock and Jewelry Store.
Main Street Johnstown, la.
T&TST&are prepared to supply the trade with all porta of CLOCK and
V MATCH Materiala. JEWELRY. WATCHES, CLOCKS, and Of
s SPLVTACLES either GOLD. SILVER
BACLEY, BAItI, and WILSOX'S Best Quality
sum wm. spooks, mini m stsiecs. s iu ii mm
Accordconx Single, orby. the Dozen.
Tho wiening to Purchase Wholesale will please give us a call, as we can and will sell
as cheftp as the Eastern Wholesale Dealers. A liberal discount made to the trade. We
are constantly receiving fresh supplies from the Manufacturers.
Call and see our Perifocal Spectacles those who once use them, would not be without them
for threa times their cost.
Apr-LSO.J&oG.. 27tf. V " - r
i-rfcS.Syf&J-- "' ' ' '
At Jame3 M'Bermit's
RICHARDSON'S Sherry Wine Bitters.
Dr. Weaver's Canker and salt rheum syrup
Wood's Hair Restorative,
Vickers tetter ointment, '
Petit's eye salve.
Syrup blackberry root, a sure cure for dysentery,
Ayres Cathartic Pills,
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills,
Brandreth's do do
Rennet's Plant aud Root do
McLane's Liver do
Swaynes Sarsaparilla and tar Pills.
Univc-sity's Jayut-s and Radway's Pills,
Cough Remedie s Ayres Cherry Petoral,
Kejsers lVctorrd syrnp. Swaynes Syrup Wild
Cherry Universities remedy Jaynes Expecto
rant, Brant's Pulmonary Balsam, Syrup of tar,
wild cherry and hoarhonnd.
Terry Davis' pain Killer,
Radway's Ready Relief, j
Mustang Liniment Indian liniment, j
Electiic oil and Magnetic oil,
Kennedy's Medical discovery,
Brant's Purifying Extract.
II xifland Bitters, Holland P.itters.
Browns essence of Jamaica Ginger,
Hollowav's worm confections, Me Lanes, Swaynes
and Jaynes Vermifuge,
Cure for tthacbe.
Cure for earache, deafness, $-c,
Bhlm of a thousand flowers,
Hair tonics and Hair oils.
Ebensburg, April SOth 185C 27.
THE undersigned will sell at private sale the
following property, situated in Allegheny
Township, close to Gallitzin station, one double
house and lot. The building is one and a half
story high, having all the con venic nets to make
it a pleasant residence. Also One house and
three lots "situated at ti e west end of the new
Allegheny Portage Tunnel. The property has
been occupied as a Tavern Stand, where a large
business has been done. Possession can be had
b' the first of next March.
Sept. 24, 1856. St.
Ho! tMs Way for Bargains! !
in m Si at MIL PRICES
THE undersigned would respectfully inform tlie
Bond citizeus of Ebensburg and the surroUnd-
ing vicinity, that he has just received from the
Last one of the most cbc ice stock of goods ever
brought to this place. The stock is varied, and
selectee! with an eye to the immediate wants of
the public. 1 lis stock consists of the following:
A funeral assortment of Ntic Styles tf Spring
ami Summer Goo l.i, coijriiii)fi a variety f La
dien' Dre Goods, among chkh icill be found
Shirts of all kinds
Together with an innumerable assortment of ar
(le.snot mentioned, usually kept in a country
store. , These goods will be sold at fair prices.
Call and examine, even if you do not wish to pur
CONNECTED with the store ss a large
stock of MIL IN Ell YGO ODS. Every
article in this linewe have on hand, and
will be constantly in receipt of the hitet styles
of BONNETS, for old and young. RIBBONS
of every pattern aud color, LACES, EDGIi G,
-c. , SfC
A beautiful assortment of 31 OUR NINO Goods
now on hand, and st prices to suit the times.
Ladies are respectfully invited to call and ex
amine this stock which is far ahead of any goods
of a similar kind brought to this place. ,
GF.ORG E M'CANN.
Ebensburg, April 23, 1856.
ORPHANS' CUIRT SALE.
BY virtue of a pluries order of the Orphans
Court, the following real estate, laic th
property of Daniel Kcefe, deceased, will le ex
posed to public sale, at the house of John Godfrey
in Gallitzin, Cfmbria county, on
Monday, the IOtii pat of Novembkr, 1S56.
The undivided half of five acres of land, more
or less, adjoining lauds., of the Pennsylvania Rail
Road Company, Samuel Watts, James M'Closkey
ALSO The undivided half of a lot or a piece
of ground, situate in the village of .Galiitzin, ad
joining the Pennsylvania Rail Road, land of Jack
son and Watts, Samuel Watts and others, con
taming one fourth of an acre and twenty-five
l torches. -
TERMS OF SALE: One half of the purchase,
money to ba paid on confirmation of the sale, the
residue with interest in one year thereafter, to be
secured by bond and mortgage.
- WILLIAM FLYNN.
- Guardian of the Minor Heirs of Daniel Kcefe,
Sept. 24, 185G.
. . roi D '
On last Sunday evening, Ausust 24th, near
the "Welch Independent ,. Church," a Watch
the owner can . have his property by calling at
"this ofiice and proving property.
. . Sept. 3, I85fi.
PLAITED or STEEL:
GOLD PENS always on hnd."Siiv.f-,
y. Km IMrYEK
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND
AGENT for the Lycoming Mutual Insurance
Counsel given in the English and German
Office on High Street Ebensburg. Penn'a.
Feb. C. 1850. ly.
Willi am Kittell. "Wi liitm A. Kcna
KITTELL 8l MURRAY,
HAVING associated themselves in the prat
tice of the LAW, will attend promptly to
all business entrusted to them.
Ebensburg, June 14, 1856.
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa
FFICE adjoining the Post Office.
Aug. 24, 1853.
(NEAR W1LLMORE STATION, TA. R. R.)
CAMRKIA tO., Pa.
JOHN K'COV Proprietor
ALSO, IN COXXECTIOX,
M'COY & BLAIR'SHACKS
Vi'd always be in readiness at Wil.more Sta
tion on the arrival of each Passenger Train, con-
veving Passengers and Baggage, frte of chattel
to Hotel, and leave directly via Think Road for
CALL FOR M'COY & BLAIR'S HACKS.
June 18, 183C.
UNION I! OUSEL
CA32IIKIA County, I'a.
JOHN BLAIR, Proprietor.
ALSO. IN CONNECTION, '
"M1Y k IMS HACKS.
ill leave the Union House for Willmore Sta
tion in time to take the Eastern or Western trains.
Every accomodation w ill be afforded to make
pa sseng er comfortable.
L I II E ii T Y S T U K K T ,
UiKTWEELN HAND AND SEVENTH,
(Near the Penn'a. R. R. Depot.)
May 21, 1850. CO-ly. v
W1LLIAM CARR CO,
WHOLESALE GR0C RS,
And Deilers in FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
OLD IfiONOXGAHELAandBsetiSed Whiskey.
No. 32'J Commercial Row,
LIBERTY STREET V
- . . Sundries
500 Lbls double Rectified Whisker.
187 Bbls Old Monongal.ela.Ryc Whirdiey, (Tart
oO Ilhds N. O. Sugar,
70 Bbls N. O. Molasses.
With a general assortment of Groceries, also
Bacon, Flour, Lard, In n Sr Nails &c., all of which
will be sold at low prices for cash.
WM. CARR & CO.
June 18, ISoG- 34- i
MI Yl 1118 1
SURVEYS made and applications tken for in
surance pgainst Fire in the t
P120TECTIOX MUTUAL FIRE INSU
RANCE COMPANY OF BLAIR
ROBERT A. MYJOY. Agcfit. t
Wilmore P. O., Cambria Co.
Valuable Ileal FlHtalc
I will sell at private sale that large and com
modious BRICK HOUSE, situate on High street,
iu the Borough of Ebensburg, being the property
occupied by Milton Roberts, dee'd., at ti e time
of h.s death. Also, a valuable , OT.f GRO UND
situate on the Clay Pike, about one half mile from
said Borough, containing '1 acres enclosed and
in a good state of cultivation.
For terms apply to tlie suhscril er residing in
the premises, or to John Williams, in Ebens-l.urg.
. ; MBS. MAL VINA ROBERTS.
Sept. 17, 1850.-tf.
IpEN TwJiers to take charcc of theSchoolsia
JL . Summerhill School District for lour months.
Applicants will be required to po-i 1st Ciass
certificates Applicants will nieet the County
Superintendent iu Jefferson on the 2oth day if
October next at one o'clock to e examined bv
f him. Schools to commence 1st of November next
Bv order of the Hoard,
Ym. R. HUGHES, Sec'y.
Office. ofSehool Directors )
; Jefferson, Sept 29, 1S5C, St j
C ATHOLIC Prayer Books. Catechisms, Rosa
lia and OrunSxe, st J. M'DEliMlT'i
VOL. 3. NO. 51.
JACOB ETA II L.
C. TIIOS. BOlftKTS
Illgli Street, tbciisburg. Fa.
and surrounding country that Sfcad
they have rcceivel a large and splendid
r.Y i-. i m.:r cv
A a 1 r " !V,
and Jewelry of every
Bard & Wilson's cele- Fob . do. t ... .
brated Gold PensrV . Gold Lockets,
Gold Chaius, ' " Seals, -- n-. ,,.u..tr
Plated Jo.-. Guards,
Steel - d.o.t .:'"" .. " Steel," & Brass Keys"
Arc, too numerous to mention, all of whiefetvitt
be sold cheaper than they can be bought else
where in this vicinity. Clocks and Watches trar
ranfed qood time keeftrrs or no sale.
CO- CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY and
MUSICAL INS TH UMENTS repaired with neat
ness and despatch and warranted. Give them a
call at their room opposite-the "Mountain House"
as they will give you entire satisfaction. ' "
Ebensburg, May 14. 1856.
t a n n c r ii .
THE subscribers would respectfully inform the
citizens of Cambii i county 'that they have
purchased the Tannery Establishment at lUmlock
Cambria County, formerly owned by A. M. 4" I.
White. The establishment will undergo new re
pairs and improvements which will enable them
to manufacture Leather of all discriptions for
country use, also, raviolis kinds of Leather fr
the Eastern market. .
Cash will be paid fr Bark and nides of all
kinds, or if preferred in exchauge for Leather.
-None but practical workmen will be employed "
Orcers for Leather will l: promptly attended to.
F. M. GEORGE.
May 7, 1836. S-tf
testamentary have been granted
-itothe subscriber, on the estate of.lilton llob-
i erts, dee'd, by the Register of Cambria county.
lie hereby gives notice to all persons know
I ing themselves indebted to come forward and
make payment without delay, and those LaviDg .
claims against the same to present them propeily
authenticated for settlement.
JOHN WILLIAMS, Eiec'r.
August 21. 18C6.
ETTERS of adir.inistrr.tion on the estate of
James Rogers, late of La Crosse, Wisconsin
deceased. Lave beeii granll by the Register to
the subscriber, residing at Hemlock. Cambria co.
Those having claims against said estate are re
el nested to present them, propeily authenticated
MARY JANE SCOTT, Adrn'x. : '
Aug. 27, 18CC. Ct c.adx.
LETTERS testamentary have I eon granted by
the Register of Canduia county, to the sub
scriber, on the estate of Francis GWespie, dee'd.
late of Carroll township, CaryJ-ria County.-
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said
estate are requested to come forward and settlo
without further delay.
ISABELLA GILLESPIE, Executrix. '
B virtue of aa alias writ of "Venditioni Exponas
issued out of-the Court of Common Pleas cf
Cambri.i county and to rr.e directed, there will be
exposed to sale. by public outcry, on the premises
in the tow n. of Jefferson, i n Saturday the first
day of November, A. D. 1856. at l" o'clock P.
M. All the right, title and iiilerest of Peter
D onahoe, of, imnnd to two h ts of gTciund situate
in the town of Jefferson, Cambria county, ad
joiuins lots of Jo'in Hol ler, Elizabeth Ijlly and
Mrs. C llins now in the ccupancy of the said
Taken in execution aud to be sold at the suitcf
James Donnel by
JOHN ROBERTS, Sheriff.
Ebensburg, Oct. S, lSuG.
virtue of an alias writ of mditioni Expo
nas, issued out of the Ciurt of Common Picas
i f Cambria county and to me directed, there will
be fxposed to public sale, on tUe premises, in tho
Borough f ConemauRh. n Saturday ti e first
d;iy of November A. 1). 1 SCO-; at 1 o'clock, P.M.
. All the riht, title and interest of John Mr-
Manamy deceased, of, in and to a lot of ground
'Jrviiuate in Conemn.ugh Borough, Cambria county
fronting on Rail Road street, and running Lack
along Singer street, to an Alley, adjoining lot of
William Flattery, and having thereon erected a
two story frame house with lack building at-,
tached. ' "
Taken in execution and to le sill at the suit
of Thomas Campln II. Morris Tiernan. ami N. G;
Murphcy, surviving jtartm is if the late Cim of
Tiernan, Caiiiphtll S:C.. bv
JOHN ROBERTS. Sheriff.
Ebupsburg, Oc t. S, 18.C. J '
Tlte Estate or George Mlsel recI.
THE undeTijfi:el, Auditor, npiointel by tLe
Orphans' Court of Cambria Couoy, to make
distribution i f the fun. is, in the hands of Geor"Q
Murray Executor of George "Wistl dee'd, anion est
the .legatee s and heirs of said deceased, will t
""1 t'the duties of said apjKiintment, at l is
ofiice in l'lcnsburg on Monday the scrc-nfci-nth
' day of Novemlter next at one o'cl.ick I
i JOH.N S. RHEY, .
October 8, 185C.
tMate of John .llJlrel Dec'ti.
THE undersigned, Auditor,' apx,:nted Wy ti e
' Orphan's Court of Cambria County, to ji.aKc
!t!trihutiin i'f the funds, in the hands i f Bernard
M'Meel Executor of John M'M-'el decM amongst
tlie creditors of said deceased, will attend fo the
dr.tit-s of s.il appointment at his ofiiee in Ebcns-
burg, on Monday the tenth
next atone o'clock P. M. -
JOHN S. RHEY, Auditor.
Oct. 8, 1S56, 4t.
OLD Riims nod Bieistnius Coml s.I'ort.
monies, andTovs, at J M'Dcrmit's -
U'ek flnd fancv Co!"