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EBESBURG, OCTOBER 29, 1856.
VOL. 4. NO. 1.
t vn to
Tlln DEMOCRAT & SSTINEL, is publish
d every WedaesJay morutJig, in Ebousburg,
t. CSvmbri Co., -Pa;,' at $1 50 per annura, if ?aiv
i advasck. if not .$2 will bo charged.
ADVEIiri3EMENTTS will bci cvjspiouously in-
- ?crted art tie toa -nng rates, viz
- 1 square 3 insertions, i
Every subsequent iiwcrlion,
3 square S months,'
. 1 " 6 "
" " 1 year, , . .
" it : i - - -
tcTwe!v line ertTit!ttrt'ff-a fqnrff" '
" God Sav9 the Commonwealth.
Proclamation ol" rrertiltwtlal
rmsuant to an act of Curcs of the Unitt-1
f;.t 1 'JOHN KOBEIiTS. llij:h ShtTif of the
C-iHty of Ctiubri, in tiio State of IVnn 1 .ania,
dj hereby make known aud givt notice to the
riihf;od V.-t'-rs of tht count v af jrcsaM, that a
iKNliilAr. Ei.r.LTIOX wit! Iks I.eM in the said
r .untv cif Cainbii on the tirt Tuesday, (and 4th
tiv) "r S.tv.'mbt-r nxt. to l-rt lv ba!l.--t
tv:niy-skvi:n' elkctoi:s ron i'iu:.si-
DENT AN'I) VICE l'ilESIDENT OF THE
lu uariiiAHcs of s:U 1 act. I a! hereby m:ike
kn v stad 4':v-j :i ";.. t!iat tro places of h l iit:
thi a for. Mai 1 (I-nor.-.l Elect ion di briefs wilhiu the
ji i ciui'y i)f (J iiiih-ia arc. as f !ia.vs. viz:
Thu cloJi rs of tiio district c liij.oel of the
li xojlX'.i of F.bonsburg, t v.uei at tho Court
IIivj in rail B i'rmi;!i.
Ta : c'.OJt 'rs .f the distri -t compo.-cd i f the
township of Caai'ria. tu meet at the Court II use
i i the Birougli of Erten.-b-trg.
Tho electors of the district comp' S.xl f the
township ct Carr i!!, t. ineut at the iihocl House
la Cirr -Ktown. in sud towo.Vaip.
Ta) t!cct-rt rf the district composed of tlie
tjwa--hip f C.iQ't. to meet at tho School II .ms f
a tiio farm of ILi.'hir 1 J. loi lf....t, in s. i I
The electors of tho .litrtct tmp3d rf the 13o
r nh of L ro:t , t mt at the School II .ne in
b.;i I Borough.
'L';ie d.'..t-jts f :tV.8 district cvmpo.-ei of ti e
bfiriujh of S lmmitvdie, to meet at t:.e Sd-.oJ
II u.-e ia said borough.
Tao elect' .r-s of L'iv! district co-npOM.il of the
l- ?:jih';p of A'.'.e.4-'--y tJ nic.t at tjchw. I II. .use
o. 8." la aid to-.vn.-.hip.
Ti.c -l-.'CMrs of the di.ik't cm-.p. sod of the lit
rtu'n of Johnstown, to laet at the Mnio!i
-il-msa, in sail Uorv:rh.
Tr.s clccto-a of the district conipse'l of the
It rouh of Conaem.iugh, to meet at SoIhk.I 1'ou.a:
Ni. l.iu said Bjro.ih.
TtH factors of tbj di.-trict compj.d f tie
t vu..hi;i of tljai th:!.l, tn tiiti't at the house t-f
J ,.a II D hi -i 1 tjwnditp.
Taeelvtrra of the district compos.-.! of the
tj:ishipof Jckn, t" meet at the 1mum f
Henry Ui,;rt in H:tl township.
'j Th t'.tct-tn of tho di urict conipose l of the
ti'-vushipof U:uliiil, t m-et at the hoiieof
Ja: vj ririi. ii. i t wn-i'i:f.
Thu cl.vu.ra of the district compose! f the
tiwnhipof Ila.kli;k. t meet at the li u-w f
A U.n lleakiu, ia th: vid of D.-h-iiio, :;4 1
TUc elect of t. dit"trt C'mj fl of the
fj-wad.:'! of Sii-quch.na., t-j locci at the hou. cf
r.Utth.-" Cjnr.id.iP ai 1 t jwosi.ip.
ihj v'-.t..i of th dis:rht compote 1 . f tl.
to:.s'.p t 'iWvili.tou, t.i ii: ct at the S.L 1
II mi .tate at tLe fo-.t I'Uue No. 4, iu t'.d
iho il-ctor of the ':.,tilct conpo-1 of the
tiwasli" f W;,".te. t::tu.t at Shixl II -Ui! No.
1. in s-u i t vr .-hip.
The fTjjt-.of the uitrict corr.p-vs.-l . f t! c
TjWTi'.hip of M ml?r, t luiCt at the u-.irt- ho::.,o
4 Anastmj i'.oi'.ii, i i t..c vo.ae I i.ii:.:; te.-,
lit saiii t iwi:v.: .
TiiJ tiict.'f the di:.!rict cir.o.-.l t f tl.j
.vA'nhii f Co iiiU '. '. t ) l. cct i ,' v. .-, vi:
l".. tria N . 1. All that p vrt I s-i ! ovr.ship
f C "- ic.1"., b-vcn 1c i by the Son. c i.iity
"...c, the St-vy O'cfk Elver. t J ! r.-l mu Eor
ciS lin. thence by .:; of said li r,.;i h tj the
mrti.a 4 t'je St oy Crix.k and Liule Coi.eioauh
levers. th n:a up L.ttlc Omemaugii to the laige
4U'.du;t aor II!r.ktoi-'s llun. thin.-o ciuwn
i ;j U;g Cjuem iab Kiver to th. V.'iatm .r.lu;d
liac, thence :t?3::g s.iid line to tho ti.iim.-rs.-t
'., lav. and jJlace of beginuin to n.ect at
S;hojl Iljuio No. 17, iu Cambria City, in said
District No. 2. All that pirt of said township
Ihjunled by the Coiioinanh Hiver and rinn y!
vania Canal, from tlie smad aqiie-hict acro.-s
lliukston's Eun, to the largo aqueduct at Johus--towu,
thence by Cjnemaujih Ii rouh and Cone--mauh
River to Summcihill township line, thence
hv Jacks.m township line to Iudiaua comity lino,
thence by the same tJ the place of bcinr.in: to
rro:t nt S?hml H use No. 5. near the nsidenee of
Jyhn Ileadrick, in said townsliip.
District No. 3, All that pa--t of said township
biundad by the Cunomaucjh Borough line aud the
-Cinemaugh rtver to the liichland township line,
t ha Suray Creek Ili ver and the Johnstown Bor
ough line, to meet at School lhaio No. 10. near
the farm of tho heirs cf David Sins01" dee'd., in
sai 1 township.
Tiio thvtoro cf the district comprised of the
townihip of SuramerhiU, to meet as follows, viz:
District No. 1. All that part of xaid township
"Jying on tho eastern bide of the division line divi
iia aid township ii. to two election tiistricts. said
4'ivhaou lino bcgir.t.iug at a o rn ;r of a tract cf
Iig.1 warraate l in the n va.es of . Al 'xander Car
Jls'.cand Samuel Griflin, thence nortii 1CA degrees
west 970 perches to the Gilbraith r-(, it being
the dividing line b.tweca Summorhill nnd Gim
"bria towusbipi. A sain commencing at. the corn
er rf the Alexander Carlisle aud SS.ur.uVl Cr.fiin
tracts, thence South 20 degrees, 1340 perches to
tho South Fork of tho Conemaugh Ilivtr, to meet
at tho School House in tho town of Jell'erson. in
.iil township, and the officers elected at last
fpring clactioa for sail ioivnship to conduct sahl
cloctioQ. " .
District No. 2 All that part rf said township
lyitiS on the western side of the said division line,
to meet a. th .School House-near the town Sum
merhill, iu said township: an! Casper Dimond
will act a3 Julc and Francis K Uei linger and
Samud S. Paul, inspectors of said ele- tion.
And I fnrther give notice, rs in an 1 by the 13th
Swtion of tho aforesaid Act I am directed to do.
That ail persons, except Justices of the Peace.
vho shall hold any office or app- intnent of profit
or trust undor the g vernment of the United States
or of this Suite, or any City or incorporated dis
trict, whether a commissi m-l oCi-er r otherwise
a suhorditiHto or aent, who is or shall be employ
ed un lar tho legislative, jude:.irv or executive de
partment of this State or the United States, or of
aaj Cy or inwrporfttei diurict ; and aleo, that
every "member of Congress or the State Lesisla
.re, aud cf the select or common councils of any
iucorporatt'd district, is by law incapable of hold
ing or exercitins at the same time, the office or
aplintmont of Jnifge, Inspector or- Clerk of aty.
election of tV.s C-inimonwealth,' and that no ln-;
STK'cUir, or Ju.ljre, or ttlier orBcer of auy such el-
cction bhall h eligible to any cRce then voted for.
-Also, in the 4th Section of the Act of - Assembly,
entitled, '"An Act relating to elections and for
ottier j nrposes" "uppToved the 16th day of April
1850, it is enacted that the foregoing 13th Section
shall not be so construed as to pi event any militia
officer or borough officer from serving as Judge or
Inspector' at any general or special election ia this
Ojto mon wealth. . - . ; Li, " J
" Pffr'sliant r-" tlie ji'-ovmiiHis cjjnpiHjJ n the Act
TTrTT liforesaTdTtTfe jud'ij of theator-said di'slncts
shall rispectfully take charges t-f the certificate
or return of tln ir respective districts, ana produce
them at a meeting ol one judge from each district
at the Court House, in the Borough of EU-iisburg,
on the third ila'- after the day of election, being
Friday, the 17th day of October. A. D. 1853,
thn and there to do and perform those duties re
quired of them by law.
And further, if any ju'lge, by sickness o una
voidable accident, is unable to attend said meet
ing of judgss, the certificate or return afroesaid
shall be taken charge of by one of the inspectors
or clerks of the election of the district who shall
do and perform the duties required of said Judge
unable to attend.
Given unJer my hand at my office in Ebc-ns-b:irg,
the eighth day of October, in the year
of ur Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifty
six, and of tlie Independence of the United States
Sept. 17., '56. JOHN EGBERTS. Sherff.
GKEAT KXCITjEJIEA'T! !
$199 DOLLARS HfiWAfiD ! ! !
rj'IE subcribcr would respectfully inform the
J- good citizen of Edensburg and tlie adjoin
ing icinity that he Las tttunicd from Pliiladel
'hia. with the largest and m-'.-t varied as - rt
tnentof KItOC'EitiK.S ever ofleved. The tKk
consists hs 1" Hows :
CJrcCClJcs: Molasses, Sugars. Teas, Ilicc,
Candies, S aps. Fish, Salt, Bacon & Hams. Flour,
Oat Meal, C ru Meal, Tobacco, Peaches, Dried
Apples. Saloratus, Daking S-xto, Dried Herrings.
Durkee's Eakitig I'owdiT. Sariii.cs. Mustard, Spi
ces, Hollow ays We mi Coi;fecti n. Vinegar.
Suts of all kiiida,
t .Iquoi S : Ci eiry lhandy, H'.ackUrry Bran
dy, lfj-pUrty BranJy, Fieach Bfandv. la
Win -. Oi l Uye Whikey.
Clrushs, .., 5.c : lb rHe.Svecpiug. Dus
ting, Scrnb and White V;i.-h Bru-1 -s, B J Cords,
T ine, C'oru brooms. Baskets of :dl kinds. Tubs
ai.-l Buckets of :11 kii.ds, Wash Boards, Butler
I.w!.-, N.uis. Lamp Uli)l-f.. Carry Uombs, ('arj., j
H.iom.crs and Tacks. Window G ass .f all kind. ,
Ar-i;dV Ink, Hover' Ink, SKd Pc;.s, Station
aty ol ..11 kind.-.
T 'g- ii.tr wiih a large assortment uf thor arti
c'e i .,t ei,iiu; r.ite 1, vhih uid Us told as cheap
ifmt cheaper than anv fstabli.-bment in the
counry. E I(hl A ED TUDOE.
Ei . .b;irg. Jul SO, i -10.
i'ew for Bargains.
f J HIE subscriber has jut received from
SL the East a large a" 1 splendid tt.ck ;";'
"ev tivx. Is f tim fod wiug articles, all
.f ih; bcot quality , Grucei ie ouch as
Tea, anl Syrup
Molasses, a little
of the best that has
ever been brought to
this town bef. .re. ALSO
Starch Corn which is very
delicious f t fv"od, in fact he
bus everything that is in the
Grocery line. ALSO A gocd as
soi tmer.t of fancy stalioii.-irv and no
ti .us. AI.PO he has added to bis
sfwk a !,'ood assortment of 1TAIIVES1
TOOLS, which is very important to thc
Farmcr at this time, conitting of the fol
lowing articles such as
HAKES, fyc. a'l of a good qual
ify. ALSO A trood assort
ment of DRUGS and
MEDICINES t o
Also A large lot of GOOD EE O UR. ALSO
EAR 1R OX, KAILS, and GLASS.
Call and see and examine for yourselves, you
will not regret by doing so.
Ebcnsburg, July 9, 185G. 37.
SMALL FRY GIFT ENTERPRISE.
rWlUE flattering success the proprietors of the
i "Small Fry Gift Enterprise" have met
with, has enabled them tomakesueh report to the
Gnimittce, that said Committee have thought
proper to meet in Altoona,- on tuiDAV, 17th of
October, 18oo, to distribute tho property of the
Enterpiise, when it is desired that as many mem
1 ers as can, will attend tlie distribution. As there
are j et a few tickets unsold, in the bands of agents
they are requested to lite a 111 tie excrtio i to dis
jvse of them, and make their returns as soon as
S. KRIGGER, M. II. JOLLY,
A. GHEKX. J. SINK,
J. M'CAIIEN, m. DOUTY.
J. MORROW, W. VALENTINE,
J. D. HAMILTON, G. F. M'CABE,
Committee Room. )
Altoona, Aug. 15 1356.
1lVIio Owes Us.
THE Books of the "subscribers have been placed
in the hands of John Williams, Esq., for col
lection. MURRAY & ZAT1M.
MURRAY, ZAUM & Co.
Ebensbr.rg. Dec. 2C. 1855.
S JAPER Letter, note and fivolscap
natter. Steel Tens. Ink. Quills. tT
Envelopes. Books. Arc. at - MMi
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Arrival of tli J Trains at Wllaiore
The Fait Line resumed its regular trip on
Monday May 19th. The following is the schedule
of the trains nassins East and West. -
J Express West, 10 o'clock, 12 min.
Mail " 8 42
Local Freight 7
Mail Train East ll - - 13
Fast Line 6 62 '
Local Fieisht - 6 : . : : 35'
Uacss leave this station lmmeoiately after fte I
y,.ie -ct- -
The largest, best, and cheapest assortment of
S, Bernei would respectfully inform the citi
zens of Ebensbttrg and sum-uncling country, that
be has just openeti out at bis new ettaoli.-.bnient,
near the Gjur House, one of the largest, most va
ried, elegant and cheapest assortment of Lluthing
ever brought to this or any other place.
His stock is unquestionably the richest aud ra
rest ever imported to ti e top of the Aliegheuics.
and embraces everything that can be euun. crated
or conceived in the Clothing line, consistir-g of
Overcoats of ad sizes aud quid. ties from $3,00 to
-o:its " " $1,00 to $20.00.
Pants " " " $0,75 to $8.00.
Vesta ' " $0.75 to $.(;0.
Also, a full assortment of silk NeckcrehicfV.
Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, Shirts. Undershirts. Draw
ers, Socks, Coinf-its, Collars, Travelling Bags,
It is useless to attempt to give anything like a
general enumeration, as the task would be a dif
ficult one, but in lieu of this, the public are most
cordially invited to call and examine if they whh
the- best of bargains.
Ebeosburg. July SO. lSoO. 10-ly.
TO THE STOCK HOLDERS OF Ti IE JEFFER
SON EDEN.-BURG PLANE LOAD Of,
You are hereby iioti.k-il to meet at the C.mhria
lb use, in Jedersor:, cn S.iturday th-.- UUth day of
SeptemU-r next, at 10 oV.. k, A. M. A jr n; i il
atttndanc is requested. The proj riety .f in
cieasing the tl's will be considered, aud other
business of hnpoiUnre.
By order cf the B -arl of Dire-tor.
Wm. R. HUGHES, Se.'v.
Aug. 25, 1S5C.
aluubic I'ropt-rlj- Ir s-ale.
Tiie bubsciiber oders Lis fartu at private fa'--,
containing cue huu Iredand tiht acre.-;. ittiu'.eJ
iu Pii.o t-.w...-iiip. Indiana t-ov.nty. l:4., a!'Ut
fviir uiiLs north of Stron.t n. The land is in
a C'fA i-tnte of cultivation, villi sixlv acre.-
cleared, and under fence. There is also ci-cte 1 J
on ttci pr ipcitv a tw. story tian e
. ( ii. i
II ii.-.e an 1 an ex-Mant Siw Mill,
nt S.w Mill. t-apabL- . f j
lamler 1:1 twelve i.oiirs. j
.11 exceedingly low.asthe i
cutting 1000 fee t f
Ti e property will lie sold exceedingly
ub".rilcr wi: -hes to go et.
Sept. 3, 185rt-3t
I1XIH t"i'XtS SOTItC
notiJics all p.ersons knowing themselves to be in-
debttd to said estate to make immediate pavn.cnt
and those having dtims against said estate, to
present them dulv authenticated for sett ement.
EVAN R. MORGAN, Executor.
Aug. 27, 1S50.
- Ran Away.
Irom the subcriber in A'cghaney Townshi
. August 4th A Boy named NatiianteZ P.e
111 agedaUmt 1 5 year. I caution any persons
L.L i . l - .
ti harbor or trust fiaid Bov .n mv aec.iinit
JOHN B. MYERS.
Loretto, Ausust, 6, 1S5G.
HENRY FOSTER, PROPRIETOR.
The subscriber would respectfully inform the
citizens of Cambria county wnd the travelling
public generally, that he has leaded for a number
of years the above Hotel, and furnished it in a
manner equal, if not superior, to many Hotels in
Western Pennsylvania, and it being situated in
one of the most business streets in Johnstown,
makes it a desirabb stopping place for business
men." The Bar will be furnished with the lcst
liquors the Philadelphia Custom House can uff rd.
Attached is a lare and commodious Sdon in
the basement story, where every delicacy will Ik
served up. Every attention will be paid to visit
ors. HENRY FOSTER.
Johnstown, Sept. 3, 1855-tf
NEW ARRIVAL !
GSOCESIES! GROCERIES! EROCEliESII
HART & 3E0., 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 ami cheapness cannot be
excelled by any similar establishment west of the
Allegheny mountains. We arc determined to
sell lower than the lowest, We have a'.--o, on
which we will dispose of wholesale or retail.
HART & BRO.
July 9, 1S5C.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
The undersimhed in Carroll township, otfers 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,
31 by 3G feet and a LANK EARN erected oa the
premises. It lies on the Plank Road, si miles
from Cairoltou and 7$ miles from Ebenslv.irg.
It is well watered. For information inquire of
Michael Snvder, adjoining farm.
Sept. 17, 185G-41
SC J J OO 1, TEACHERS WASTED.
Toe S hool ' Diicctors of the Cambria School
District wish to employ nine School Teachers.
The examination of teachers will Lake place,
September 2 2d hist., in Eltnsburg, at the office
of R. L. Johnston, Esei.
. WM. G. WILLTAMS.
Sept. 10. 1850.-3t President.
SUMMER Cats and Par ts, and. Silk, Lnwus
Gingham Handkerchiefs at il'Dorniit.
W li'TI.'iic T' .. .i . . r r
Bi. i ii.ii. ieM.in ecii.arv on uieoiaie oi jki-f.-.-i , t , j
j i v ..... ul:. . .... i . Ltibleacucd
County dee'd. hae Inxn Granted to the subseri- f ".
ber by the Rc-i .ter of paid count v. and be hereby I Ginghan.?.
At James M'Dermit's:
RICHaTlDSUN'S Sherry ine Bitters.
Dr; Weaver's Canker and salt rheum syrup
Wood's Hair Uestorative,
Vickers letter ointment,
Petit's eye salve.
Sj'rup Vfyckberrv root, a sure cure for dvsenterv,
Avja Ixilhartic Pills,
Indian Vegetable Pills.
tlie - rtogct,-et ,o do
McLane's Liver do -
Swaynes Sarsaparilla and tar Pills.
University's Jayncs and IhuEvay's Pills,
Cough RfineriirtAyresClicrry Peetoral,
KeyKers Pectoral syrup Swaynes Syrup Wild
Cherry Universities remedy Jaynes E.xpeeto
rant. Brant's Pulmonary Balsam, Syrup of tar,
wild cherry and hoarhouud.
Perry Davis' pain Killer,
Had way's Ready Relief,
Mustang Liniment Indian liniment.
Electric e il aiid Magne tic oil,
Kennedy' Mcelical discovery,
Brant's Purify h g Extract.
II H.lland Bitter.-.. Holland Bittf.s.
Browns essence of Jamaica Ginger,
llo!lowa's wi rni confections, McLaucs, Swaynes
aud Jaynes Vermifuge,
Cine for toe.tl.iichc.
Cure for earache, deafness. $-c,
Bd:n of a thousand lh wers, .
ll.-iir toiiics and Ilair oils.
Ebcnsburg, April COth 1S5C. 27.
f31llE undersicne-d will seil at private sale the
SL following "pro) erty. wu.atel in AilccJ.cny
Towt.sl.ij, c lose to Gabi!ziu statkn. one ha:ble
j house siti 1 lot. The bi.il. lit. g is one ami a half
s'.o.ry l.ign, tnvr. g ;.u t;C Cenvei.n ikcs io j.-.a. e
it a j.Ic.i.vo.t re-i lei.ee. Ais.. One I'u-eiin l
three lots S tUitte l at the west i I: 1 of t ' e ! t v.
A'de.ubi ty I'oj tapo 'i'unia I. 'j he pto. rTy i.a-
1 11 oceni i d as a T;;i eni Stand, vhtrr a large
l-t.s'i.e l.?a I -eu olone. P. .- se.-v
by the Ihvt e.f :..xt March.
S -t t. 21, 1?55. Ct.
oa e.ai I c L.i l
Ho! this 7ay fcr U?rcniEG!!
i: . i
. . 1 ) . a
i v o.f..na tie !
I TTI 1 1. il : -i o i w v. o - j -v i . o v !.' -ria li e
I g.d . i: :.-vii.- ( E--"-:!-1 u.g a:.d the t.i round -j
ii.g i v. that be im hi.-t rec.-. ve 1 ir n t e
I.ist hic ol t i; uunl eh- i;e .-tovk i ! g ls c v rr
j ir-iiglif t 1 1 hi ; h.e-. The M-,ck ..!..!. and
i j lecii d w ith aa eye to t!-e i::. mediate v ;u,ts of
the j.io-t.-. til t v k c . t or t! e J.. n. : :
f A' ,c
i iiici SHHin'r
(r( ,,.,. C,'. tj, amo uhkh nil I: f
n,iri 1.17 a v i--
I t lains.
Kentucky Ji ar..
Shirts of all kinds
i Together wi
ith an innumerable assortment of ar-
cles not menlioneHi. usually kept m a country
Store. These goods will be sold at fair prices.
Call and examine, oven if you do cot wish to pur
C10NNECTED with the store a hirgeffrn
btock of MIL IK Ell 1' G 0 0DS. EveriJ!
artiele in this liuewe have on hand, and
! wjj l,e eiTustantlv iu receipt of the latest styles
( . n t n ii I'll
of EOKKETS. for old and votim:. RlWO-S
of every pattern and color, LACES, EDO I2G,
S,-c. , ,-c.
. A beautiful assortment of 310 URKIKG Goodd
now on baud, and st juices to suit the times.
Ladies are respectfully inviud to call aud ex
amine this stock which is far ahead e,f any goods
of a similar kind brought t this place. 1
" GEORGE M'CANN.
' Ebcnsburg, April 23, 1SCG.
OZII'EI.ISS' COI RT SALE.
J&Y virtuo of a pluries order of the Orphans
3 Cult, the follow ing teal estate, late lb
property of Daniel Keefe. deceased, will 1 e ex
posed to pubih; sab, at t!e bouse of John Godfiey
iu Cal itzin, Gnnbiia county, on
MjiSIJAY, TJIE 10TII I'AY oF NoVKMBER. 183G.
The undivided half ef five acres of bind, more
or less, adjoining hinds of the Pernm lvania Rail
Roail Company Samuel Watts, James M'Coskcy
ALSO The undivided half of a lot or a iece
of groti id, situate in the vi.lago of Galiitzin.
jo-ning the Pennsylvania Kail Road, laud vi Jack
son arid Yvatts. Samuel Watts and otl.ers, c n
tahiing one fourth of an acre m l twenty-five
TERMS OF SALE. Ore haTf of the purchase
money to b:; paid on conlinoation of the sab', the
re.-idno with, interest iu one year thereafter, ta bj
t-ecured by bond and niort!ia:;e.
WILLIAM FLYN N.
Guardian of the Minor Heirs cf Daniel Kecfe,
Sej.t. 24, 18SG. .
- ror.D 1
Oa hist S tnday evening, August 21th, near
the "Welch Independent Church," a Watch
the owner can have bis property by calling at
this ofiiee and proving property.
Sej.t. ?., 1850.
BY virtue of an a ias writ of Veaiditioni Exponas
issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of
Cambria comity mid to me directed, there will b
exposed t sale by public outcry, on the premises
iu the town of Jefferson, on Saturday the first
day of Novemb r, A. D. 185(5, t 1 o'clock P.
M. All the right, tit'e and int"iest of Peter
Donahue, of, in r.n 1 to two lots of gr-umd Mtuale
io the town of .Te'.Terson, Cambria cou..ty, ah
ioinins lots of John Holier, Elizabeth Lilly and
Mrs. C dim. now in the occupancy . of the said
Taken in oxeouti. n and to be sol 1 at the suit of
James Dounol bv
" JOHN ROBERTS, SkeriiT.
Sheriff's Office -
Ebccfcburc, Oct. 8, 1858. J " '
T. I.. MEYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAV AND
AGENT for the Lyconr.cg Mutual Iust-rance
Counsel given ia the Emd'.sh and German
i Office' on High Street Ebcnsburg, Penn'a.
Feb. G. 185G. ly.
Willi am Kittell. i 15? rr A. ITuua
KITTELL Sz, '-MURRAY,
HAVING associated themselves in the prac
tice of the LAW, will attend promptly to
all businesu entrusted to them. -Ebensburg,
Jtmc 14, 1S53. : - - .
Attorney at Law, Ebcnsburg,
FFICE adjoining the Pest Cflicc.
Aug. 24, 1So3.
(NEAR WILLMORE STATION, PA. R. R.)
JEFF EE BOH,
CA3IBK1A CO., Pa.
JOHiv m-COY Propri&tcr
ALSO, IS CONNrCTIO.V,
M'CCY & BUISl'SDAfES.
T;!1 always be in readiness at Wd.iuove Sta
tion on the arrivul of each Passenger Train, con
veying Passengers and Baggage, "free oftbr.tge
to lit tel. and leave eUicct'y via Plank Rjad ibr
CALL FOR :iC0Y BLAIR'S HACKS.
June 13. 13S-7.
eA"l!XilH.4. twujulj, ra.
JOIIII ELA1E, Prcprlctcr.
ALSO, IN CONN I CTK N.
Will J.-.ive i ho Ur.i. n Iiote f r W.
ti .!l i:: time t . !..ke the Far loir: r
Eciy a-.con."'..l:' v. It
pi ngcr c-:nfort l !e.
LauLii liu 1 LL
Mi) i: u i- v s t ii i: i: t .
bi:tvi;en hand and M:v;:.iii.
(Near tho Il.:.'.o It. R. 1. ot.)
M.iy 21. is-.-.c. ::p-1v.
WILLIAM CARR El CO,
WHOLESALE G R 0 C US,
And Dealers ia DEElCNis DOH-SIIC LICLrOSC,
OJJD iI0:3IGA.litI.A and Jiectiasd WLiskey.
No. 320 Cwii.n ereia! Row,
CC0 Bbhsd .ublc Ec Hilled Whi.-.ke-v.
1ST BLls Old Me nongal.e'a Rye WhLkey, (Part
50 Iihds N. O. Sugar,
70 Bids N. O- Molasse s.
With a general assortment of Groceries, also
Bacon, Flour, Lard, Iron & Nails &c, all of which
will be sold at low prices for cash.
WM. CARR & CO.
June 18. 3-1-
ms Yii mm i
SURVEYS made and npjilicativits tiken for in
surance against. Fire in the
PROTECTION MUTUAL FIRE INSU
RANCE COMPANY OP BLAIR
BO PERT A.M'COY. Agent.
Wihnore P. 0., Cambria Co.
Valuatlc ileal Estate
F OR S A L E.
I will sell at private said that luge ar.d com
modious BRICK HOUSE, situate on High street,
ia the Bonirli of Ebcnsburg, ic-g the j.roi-crty
cKjeut.ied by Milton RoUrts, !e- h. r.t the time
of h.'sdeath. Also, a valuable LOTcf UROUM)
Mtuate en the Clay Pike, about one half mde from
sahl Boroiisb. coiitainiiig 2i acres t-nelosed and
in a good state of cultivation.
For terms .'ij-jlv to tho subsc-rilcr residing en
the r.rcmioes.or to John Wdiiams. in Ebersbnrg.
1 JU S. MALV1NA ROBERTS.
Fept. 1", 18oG.-;f.
TZN Teacb.ers t take charge cf the Schools in
'suuvnerhill School District for four months.
Api li;ants will he required to po.-ess 1st Class
ee.titicatej Applicants, will meet the Coiintj-Sa-keri-ite.id.-nt
in J. fA-rson on the 20t a day cf
Oct .her ue.vt at one o'dnck to be exumncd l y
hi:n. Sh ids to commen-e 1st cf Novc::.b-r next
Bv onler cf ihe Bird,
Wm. R. HUGHES, Scc'y.
OTne of Sj!'"o1 D'.r:-i tors 1
J.-.Ters ci, S: pt 2'.). 1S5G, St j
Sheris Sale. ,
nY virtue of an alias writ of Veidttiom Expo.
j nas, iucd out cf the G urt of Oommo Pleai
of Cambria county and to me dim ted. th.-re vill
..:., ? t'.o..!n.oi 'h BoMUgh. Cambria exuuty
froatinion Rail Road street, and rimumg l ack
al n- S.nger street, ta an Alley, adjommg i t of
William I lattery, and having thei eon erected a
two story Lama house, with back liases at
tached. ' , , . . A,
Taki-n in execution nnd to 1 o sold at the suit
of Th,uns C impbdl. Morris Tieman. and N. G.
M 'rjihe'- s'o-vivin partners ef the lata U;m Ot
.fem.W" KOtaSTS. StolX
Ebcnsburg, Oct. 8, lS:e.
be exposed to puime sau-. c-u i" !- "V I
Borough of Conemaugh, on batnreTav t-.e first
day. of November A. D. 180, at 1 o'clock :,P J j
. o .i . to,. interest of .John A:c i
oi. m ami io ;i i . u lhu. u.
C. TUOS. tC!LI.TI
Ilfgli Street, Etcxzilsurg-, I'a.
"O ESPECTF ULLY -itifam
SLiy the citireus of ElLt,Lurs
and j-urroundir.g countrv tha t fYTirv iwin ;
they have- received a lare and splendid assort
J and Jewelry of every
Gold Keys. " 3
iiarJ i; Wil.-on's cele
brated Gold Pens,
Gold Lockets,- ' i
Steel, &, IJrass Keys
ention, all of which will
vtc, too numerous to
be sold cheaper than ihev can be bought else
where in this vicinity. Cloths and Watches var
ran'vJ aocd time, .r.-er.? rr no sa-e.
r CLOCKS, V,-AT CUES, JEVSFLRT avd
JIESJCAL IXSTEUJSEXrSTfrvcjrrf with neat
oess ainl i'eepatch cud warranted. Give them a
call at their rcxm opposite the "Mountain House"
as they will give you entire -satisfaction.
EbJnsburgi M.-.y 1-1. 1S5G.
F. 21. George. lUurjr Rcuch
ST a it n c v ii .
FRHE siibscribc-rs would respectfully iuf rm tli
JL i .f C-:r.bii cer.i.ty that I he v huve
-urcl.;..-el tU Tiiftctty litaUie'.imt;al llen-; .:ix
Cambria Cnnty. formerly owi.d ly A. M. , R.
W Lite. Ti.e s:abl:shrriet.t wi.l end. rg- new re
j a.rs an 1 it:, j, roVt s w 1 h!i wi.l ribh" t'.c. nt
t n.ft tif.u.iure I-.i :'.er f all di - rit-tT. f r
e'VT.rrv i-e, a'yo, vri -u klr. ' cf leather t.-c
the- E:t.-tMu r. ikit.
1 : 1 f r Trk r-.d IT'
h'r c. if ; nfe;i-.1 h.ts 1 at f r L:.:! fr.
I v 1 1 j r-:?i il a - ihK.-:i i I be eir j 'vel
Cr-'t.s. f. i L. ith.r U- rr: u : t'v r.tf: 1 iu
f. i: o: r,:.
:.;y 7. l:'.'C. .S-:f
jk ihe ol- T. ?. .
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m. tl -r d.v.-i ii.,:..' . ! t t. I- i :.f J
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a i th. f ; t ; r. i. tl ku r . ; eil
a aU.M r s "'.'! u '.
U.LI AMS, Exe'x. ,
Au.r- t Cl.lC. '
LIT LPS -f -jnlii.:' :ali.?h.; the estiU; cf
.Ji-.:.ics U'--!, hit.- t-f C;or-, Wie:i.-.l:k
!-.. e.i-c 1. have 1 cn gr.-.r.!el I y thf- Retistrr t
the su'-aenl cr. residing ;.t Hemic: k. Csml Ha Co.
h iviiig daiti.s a lit.: t :aid Cotute are rc-.ue.-tcJ
to j re:.t tht-i.!. Juicily authccticited
-d ARY JANE SCOTT, Adax. ,
Aug. 7, IBIC. Ct c. a.tx.
X ETTEPStestamcnti.ry Laveleen parted by
.d ths Register f f Candaia county, to ti e st.b
sirilcr. on the- estate of Francis Gu'espie, iec'd
lalo of Carroll tewnship. Cambria County.
All persc-n3 knowing ti emsdves indtbtcd to said
c.-tate are requested to cue ferward aud sctll
without further delay.
ISABELLA GILLESPIE, Eiccr.tr r.
Tjc E.vate cf George Wise! fJccd.
"THE mi,e.s"-'i.el. Auditor, apj.tmel by the
I Orphans' Court of Cambria Cx un'.y, to make
di.-tribution of the fun.ss, in the bands f George
Mtrr.i3' I sccub r f George Whd dee'd. amongst
the legatees and l.tirs ef said deceased, will at
tend to the duties cf said appointment, at hi
ofiiee in Ebcnsburg on Monday hc- seventeenth
day cf November next at one o'clock P. M.
JOHN S. PJIEY, Auditor.
October 8, 1850. -It. -
lltatc of John M3Iecl Dcc'd.
r-IIE ut.oersiuned, Auditt r, avq-ointcd by the
Orj.han's Court of Cambsia County, to make
distiibutiou of the funds, in the hands ef Bernard
M'jded Executor, f John M'Med dec-M amonet
the creditors of f aid deceased, will attend to the
duties e f said ajipointmeut rt his -Hice m Ebe vs
buig, en Monday the Until day cf November
next at cr.e o'ekek P. M.
JOHN S. EIIEY, Auditor..
Cct.S, is;.o. 4t,
ti;ie f I'elcr ?lIctey l)cc?d.
THE undersigned, Aueiiti r, pKj;nlcd by the
O j hans' Court of Cambria county, to make
distri! u'ii n t f the funds, in ti c hands of William
M'Cioskev iidinir.istratcr f the esta'c cf Tcter
S, M'Ch.-k''y (hv'd, amongst the enditots of said
dec-ear.ed. will attend to the duties of said epoint
mcnt at his e-liiee in Ebcnsburg on Thursday tlie
sinth day ef November next nt one o'clock P. M.
JOHN S. R1IF.Y, Auditor.
Octoler, 8, 1S5G. 4t.
Estate or Jcscpii A. TdU, Keecavctl.
IILREAS. letters cf Administration ou the
V 7 estate of Joseph A. Tudd., late of Alle
gheny Township. Cambria county, deceased, have
Ix-en gr-v.ted by the Register -,;' said eoimty, ti
the i:ndcrs:gnel. notice is hereby inn to all
jicis )! s having c'r.itns against snio estate to jre
sent them j rojKil.uthti.tieated for settlemejit
and tbo:e in lel ted are reunirwl to make payment
I vithont ddy. WM. RYAN, Adm'r.
Oct. 1, lSoC. CI3
LIST 07 LETTERS,
EMAINING iu the Tost Ofnce at Elnnsburp;
Hi Pa- cttember LOtli, iSG :
Mis. Susan Miller, 1; o. C . j-t-r M'Kee. IVter
Mahan. V. J- Lilil , Ji.n.t-s lua.-.lV.ul lot -stoi ,
Sam'l O'iiarrah, Isaac GiiVord. Mlchul.Glar.Lcr,
! Ch;:. laiieu.doic.i i-ist. .li n es LK-bcity.Joi n I.;-
d.r, Thomas J. Pidt:;er. Jacob II-M-isvj;-.aun. Vliz
ab th S tenner. To! n -CidlandE,-IoLn Bradl'.Theia
as Biown, B- lVteksireder.E. il Alien. Al u.e,
Miss Annie E. Wilm.rth, (2) Wink A. Wdi, Ma
ry Var'v, IV r hue Mtin. I.5evr?e S'c i:aker. AV'i'.,
lisra lUfMicL.d kit on Jr., M.lluc, M. MeU
j calfe. M.C. M'C AGUE, P. il.
10LD Vdtgs nml I'i -ast' i:.? Combs Ptaf
Vpf r.i.-.-i.ie, ai..1 T..ys. ;,t : J M'Deimil's
ABIES' Elai,ic Belle, B'.aek ird fancy col
oti at J. M iVnui"
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