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AT TO U N E Y H AT LA Wt
FFICE No. 2, "Uoloiii.julo Uow," uear me
V Court House
Decern I r 7
UEOIIGE 31. II ECO. '
Attornty at Lw, Ebensburg, Fa.
T-writ T. rif?:..-e in the several Courts of Cam-
? 1 hria Indiana, and Westmoreland counties.
OiT.ce in the Outre tt., adjounr
Jan. 15. 161. I y.-
cims jl. -r,;tssaE:,
Attorney at Law. Johuato- Fa.
FFICE on Clinton Street, m the Second Sto--y
of Good Pershing's Store Room.
January 30. 18jl ly-
Attorney at Lrw JoLnstowa
FFICE on Clinton Street, a few doors north
vf the corner ot ilain and Clinton.
April 23, 162S.
Justies ef the Peate, foot of ?lno I7o 4,
A. V It.
WILL attend promptly to all collection;; en
trusted to LL care. Office-, adjoining the
July 23, 1862. -
Dr. Ceo. 15. lielly,
O FIBERS lus professional services to the citi
zens of Jefferson and vicinity, in the prac
tice of Medicine and Surgery.
Orlioo next door to Mr. Ly tie's Store.
May 20, 1853.
R. In JOHNSTON. A. C. HCLI.IN.
JOHNSTON & MULLIN : Counsellors and At-
J tornevs at Law. Office opposite the Court
se, Ebensburg, Fa.
Nov. 0, 1354.
lr. llcury Yeagley,
Practising Thysician, Johnstovn, Pa.
XFrTCK next dot-r to his Drug Store, corner
J0 of Main and Bedford streets.
Joht.f-tvwn, July 21, 1852.
ye 31. KAV1S. JOHN 1.LUKD.
"AVING fonned a partnership iu th . Mer
cantile Business, would respectfully siuieit
the patronage of their friends and the publio gen
trally. Call iud see us at the old stand of Wm.
April 20, 1S52.
LI. persons indebted t the fnm of Gcor:
. jl. Murray, or George Murray & S n, are here
by not i lied, that the notes and accounts nf said
liriiK, have been placed in our hands for collection,
and that, unless payment Lc made immediately,
suits will be brought to -n force it.
JOHNSTON & MULLEN.
April 11, ISiS. tf.
flIIE subscribers have entered intoacopaitner
X ship, under the firm of JOHN If. SAVAGE
& CO., for the general Manufacture 1' Chemicals.
JOHN 11. SAVAGE.
A. M. & li, WHITE.
Office No. 14 north FKONTS trcet.
Fhihidephia, Jan. 4. ibii
THE notes and accounts of the lale firm ol
Robert Davis & Co., and DavU, Evans & Co.,
having been left with the subscribers for collec
tion, all persons indebted to either of the said
firms, are hereby requested to call and make pay
ment on or before the first day of May, neit, as
uits will be instituted after that time.
JOHNSTON & MULLEN.
April 11, 1855.
I HE subscriber woa . respectfully inform bis
numerous friend and the p-.iblic generally.
that he has erected a .arge and commodious 1IO
TIX at CON EM AUG II STATION Cambria coun
ty, lne 11 u.-e is Mtuatetl near the i'enn a l.. It.
Every arrangement has been made to make it a
convenient stopping place for the travelling pub
lie. The Table will be furnished with the best
the market will afford. The Bar will coutain li
quors of the first brands, in fact nothing will be
left undone to render it one of the iciest desirable
etoppin ?!:iccs in Cambria county.
September 10, 1855.
in, i; n s o i; r G foundry
I 1TAV1NG purchase-1 the entire stock aud fix
.E..SL turcs ol the Ehcushurg Fou:i-fiy, the sub
scribtr is i :par-d tJ furnish fanners and other?
PlO-iSlis, Mr.g!i I'oSuts, Sfovcs. 31111
and castings of any kind that may be needed in
By strict attention, to the busintss of the con
rein, he hopes to merit, and trusts he will receive
a liberal patronage from those in want of article.
in his line.
All bu.-.iness done at the Foundry.
March 22, '55-tf.
JEFFERSON, CAM OUI A COUNTY, l'lhN.N.
FIIIE undersigned takes pleasure in informing
JL his friends and the traveling public, that he
has leased the Cambria House, ana having made
much improvement in its inteiirr, he feels confi
dent that he will thereby be euabled to render
comfort and &;tifacUoii to all whofawr Lim with
His fast and superior MAIL LINE OF STA
PES will always be in readiness to convey passen
gers io and ire m the
PENN'A. RAILROAD STATIONS
to his home, and also leaving duett after the ar
rival of the trains by a good Plank. Road to Ebens
He wil! ever be happy to acconmiodete his
old friends and ucquamtaiic.es that will favor hm
with a call. JAMES D. HAMILTON.
Jcheison, April 20. 1854.
EtLACIL SMI 1 11 MIOP.
pfHE subscriber would respectfully iuf-rm the
A citizens of Ebensburg aud the vicinity that
he has rented tbe SMITH ! HOP formerly eccu
j ievl by Michael McCague, where he intends to
carry tni the BLACKSMITH ING iuall its branch
es. Persons entrusting work to his care can reit
a.sured that it will be promptly attended to mid
at moderate rates. Ho would also, infam the
citizens that the business of HORSE SHOEING
wiilbe superintended by himself personally.
Owners of valuable horses will not be under the
" 1 . . i T,
5 the.r st;c to a neighlionng
pencuce in this line is widely
necessity of senlin
village, ai Lis cxr
knows. ISAAC SINGER.
Ebcmburi;, April 9, 1856
rffllin uDderh'gnel would respectfully inform
fi the public that he has purchased the inter
est of of Milton Rolcrts. deceased, in the Groetry
business, nnl will continne to carry 0:1 at the old
frtaiid, and would licit a share cf the public cus
tom. The b-xAs of the f rm ef Tudor and Rob
ert have Kt-n placed in my p-tHSt-ssion. Al!
knhig theii.welves indebted will please call with
ma and Mill. UIHI A)il TUD0K.
DORSEY a DOUGHERTY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALFXS IN
TOBACCO k SEGA11S,
!Vo. li Xortli Fifth Street, Ililla.
VET ILL be happy to receive the orders cf his
7 couutrv frienc!3, and as many ethers as
may favor the firm with a call. They will al
ways find a fall and select assortment of tha best
brands of tobacco and sear3, which will be sold
Dn favorable terms.
S.-ptcmler 5, 18E5.
The undersigned having removed to the new
hinMVir iivn rl.Virs wfsk nf the old stand, would
resi.ect'Fhl'.v inform his customers and the public
.vjiierailv. that he has lately added to his former
Uor ts and Shoes, Hardware and Cutkry, Carpen
ter's tools, Smith tools. 2s ails, a lull supply o
aj-s-irted Bar Lon, Sheet and Hoop Iron.
Stoves and cast hollow-ware constantly on hand
A!s;, copper and tin ware. Groceries, wholesale
:n-nl it tail.
Fine, Poplar and Cherry Lumber bought and
Goods will le sold at the very lowest prices in
exchange for Cadi or Country Produce.
EWnsbnrg, March 15, lSf5.
rmct fire:!! i?iiiJ2!i!
-rllE subscriber would respectfully inform his
I friends an J the public generally, that he has
removed his stock of merchandize, since the late
"fiuk." to the room formerly occupied by Kane
A: "McG liran. where he has iust received and open
ed out a large lot of Spring and Summer Goods,
which were selected w ith an eve to the wants ot
thif community, and will be sold "lower than the
towfit," f.;r cash or approved country produce.
Jefferson, June 6, 1855.
nANAMA. Leghorn, Empire, Masyar, Palm,
I aud in fact every variety and stylo cf fashion
able Hats, for sale chep, at
I A DIES D11ESS GOODS, Lawns, Bareges, Silks,
L Chalhes, Swiss, &c, cheap ?.t
SALT, Nails, Oils, Fish, Sec, very low at
1 ADIES, Misses', and Childrtns eaiters, a tine
L vaii. ty, at JOHN M'COY'S.
s LARGE lot of Peadv Made Clothing of almost
A evcrv quality, cheap at JOHN M'COY'S.
1 VEIIY' lart;e stock of Boots and Shoes
f mouly low, nt
BPvOVCN and Bleached Muslins from 7 to 1 1 cts.v
per j ard, of a gJo.l quality, at
YOUNG HYSON TEA 50 cts. per pound, Bio
Colfee 8 pounds for one dollar. ai.d other Gro
series in proportion, at
r-OKKS & RAKES, Scvthcs & Snaths, Shovels
I & Hoes, toirether with a general variety of
Hardware, very cheap at JOHN M'COY'S.
N P.. Fe.sons having accounts with the sub
scriber of over 6 months standing, are requested
to call awd settle them. JOHN M'COl .
Jefferson, June C, 1855.
Dr. Charles Walters.
ll'-bub bis services to the citizens ol hma-
mitville, and adjoining vicinity, in the prac-
l,ce ot .Medicine and Mirgery.
He may be found at all times when not pro
fessionally engaged, at his office in the building
ccupiel by Au?ustin M'Councll, and immedi
ately opposite Farren's New Store, or at the
Mansion House of James M. Rilile.
O-t-'ber 10, 1855.
M. M. MAKPLE. E. C. IICCLCBE.
J. PATTOX THOK P.SOX.
31arplc, McClure & Co.
TJE have this day associated with us, J. Pat ton
Jl Thompson. The Stle of the firm will be
Marple, McClure & Co. The Business of the old
firm will be settled by the new.
M. M. MARPLE,
K. C. McCLUPvE.
January 9, 1S56.
fffIIE undersigned havhtg disposed of their
.3. stock and business to Wm. II. Gardner &
C -., would hereby notify all persons indebted to
them by note, lxxk account or judgment, that the
ame must be paid immediately. The b oks will
be left at the'old stand until the 15th of February
next, where thote interested will d well to cal'.
G. L. LLOYD & CO.
Jefferson, Jau. 9, I80O.
Having purchased the stck, good-will, &c, of
u. Lj. Ekyd x Oo., we wnl continue the Dry
Goeds, Grocery and Variety business at their old
stand. The highest prices will be paid for Lum
ber, Oram and 1 roduce generally.
WM. H. GARDNER & CO.
JcffvTson. Jan. 9, 1850.
Doc-tor on 11 Is.
Tailor and Decorator of the outward Tabernacle
ao removed his snop to ttie westendAj
of town, a few doors west of the 1V
Foundry, where gentlemen and their sons - f.C
will find it to their advantage to call on the sub
scriber, and get tlieir clothing fashionably made
up ana to ni in a styie mipjssio-e to be excelle
by any ether establishment iu the county.
Ebijsburg, March Gth l8.rG-
Positively the Last Notice.
f jpilIE undersigned takes this method ot inforrr.
JL ing persons wdio are indebte'd to him, that
he has place 1 his books in the hands of Esquire
Williams for collection. Those knowing them-
s.lves indebted will iJo well to square their ac
counts in two weeks from the elate of this adver
tiscment and save costs. After which time al
persons not complying will be sued.
June 18, 1S56
JZZtL? 'r,IE undersigned having purchased the
gcutire steck of furniture, TocVis, &ccfSte--SCjplicn
Lloyd Jr.. would resneetfullv in-
,,,,m t!'" citi-s Ebensburg,atld vicinity, that
he will manufacture all articles of Furniture to
r(icr ca the rai)Bt r.3S ,nal,le te
the stock now on han 1 is large, consist in" of
TAL'LES, BUREA US. STANDS, BEDSTEADS
CRADLES. &c. Arc.
A!i articles inanutactureel m the .stab'.idimen
will le finished in a workmanlike manner, einnlovt
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ii uuuu wuii cajiii iciieeo worumui.
ROBERT EVANS, & Co
Ebensburg April 2nd, 1856.
SOXS OK TEJIPRANCK.
p-ViT-? ii:iuii! i" ifi' -ii, .o. 04, oons o rem
Xyifrance meti at their Hall every SATUR
lUl ercnirj, iu the upper story of 11
sar.vly of Goods, and keep3 constantly on nanei oui m a siie ui miii 1-Maim.N.iuvun King medicine oi as goa a doctor as we nave in
a full Mijply of ' 'n the interior of the Stat. His TABLE will olir county, and taken any quantity of quinine
Staple and Fancy Dry GccdS, always be supplied with all the substantiate and aud specifics without any gcx4 result, from 25th
??Ilt (J.VkI-4 "m-u'e-nn Clothine. Hats and Caps, delicacies of the season, and attended by atten- Auguot to 17th December, liut seeing how nice-
MAN'CFACTUKEB AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BOOTS, SHOES, STRAW GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
No. 68J North Third Street,
Eetween Arch and Ohcrrv,
March Cth 1856.
LOG l.V IIOiSU.
CORPORAL JOHN KIEFFER,
"TEtfTOULD respectfully inform his old friends
T T and the travelling public that he lias leas
ed the Logan House, HollidaysLurg, and is pre
pared to entertain all who may favor him witn
their patronage in unobjectionable style,
The HOUSE has been newly furnished thro-
tivc servants. In a word, no pains will be spared
to make the Loa:i a rlret class house, and noth
ing will be left undone to render its guests com
fortable and happ3r.
The STABLES, which are extensive, will he
attended by honest and faithful hostlers.
RESTAURANT. The basement is occur i"d
as a nesraurant, where meals will do serve i up
at all hours of the day, together with oysters,
wild game, fish and all the delecacies and refresh
men t3 of the season. JOHN KlEFFlJV
June 4, 185G.-32tf.
Public Sale ol" Valuable Properly.
THE undersigued will sell at private sale his
well known properly situated in Susquehanna
Township, Camoria county, it nans tne larm of
wm. Glass, about la mi.es irom rnensourg. x ne
Susquehanna and Ebcnsbarg Plank Road, pa; scs
through the larm. 'ihetoilowingareine improve
ments, a new Saw Mill in good running t rder
4 Dwelling Houses, tuo one in which the subscri
ber resides is a large buildin-r. having all the ne
cessary conveniences r.ttached a large Bank
Barn, 100 feet long by 40 wide, Oranenes, etc..
3 Coal Banks w ithin 80 rods of his residence
and immediately on the Plank Road 400 acres
of excellent farming land, w ith a large quantity
of Pine Timber, together with 150 acres of tiru
ber leave all the land lays on the Susquehanna
river. Persons wishing to examine the property
can call on the subscriber at hi residence. Terms
will be made ensy to suit purchasers, as he 5s.de
tvnniued to leave for the wct.
March 10. 1P55.
HolIidaysbiKg 4i Standard," will please copy
3 months smd charge this office, J
WIIOLKSALK AND RETAIL
5'in, Copper, an; .Sleet-Iroii Ware.
Canal S:reot, JjlinstoTirn, Pa.
TinnE subscribe respectfully informs his
M. friends and the public generally , that -
he has again commenced the minufaeture
of Tia, Ciipj'tr 'and Shiet-Irttn Ware in ;ul its
branches, at the old stand, where he will be pleas
ed to see all who want any arti.!e:u his line.
Feeling grateful for past favors, he hopes, by
strict attention and fair dealing, to merit and re
ceive a liberal share of patronage.
The Cush Sy&kni he has adopted, as Le hates to
dun. and long credit takes ihe profits.
Merchants purchasing 1 ills of Ware, would do
well to call and examine prices and quality, which
will be found superior t any offered in the c'iies
?ast or west.. All orders from one dollar to fixe
hundred filled with promptness and dispatch.
Price List sent to merchants, If requested.
Ware-rooms on Canal Street, one door below
the Collectors Ofdce.
F. V, HAY.
Johnstown March 5th l8fC.
C100KING STOVES. Large Oven, Etna, Iron
City. Complete Cook, Diamond, ami of P.rad-
ey's celebrated Stoves, for sale at Manufacturer's
retail prices, by
i. w. nw-
EATING STOVES, Radiator. Flora, F.Mi.k
lin, Carbon, Parlor, atid ail Parlor or Ro:?n
Stoves made in either citv furnished 1 w fnr cash.
F. W. II AY
MINERS' LAMPS. Tinware, Copper, and
Sheet-Iron Ware, cheap for cash on Canal
Street by F. W. HAY.
UlULlhMi, lioe'Eng ani a
kinds of Job
3 work done promptly at cash rates, by
F. W. II AY.
A LL who want a first rate Stoves, chap T:n
SL'ware. or any Kitchen utensil will call with
the cash at the Ware-rooms of
F. W. II AY.
JUST received at the store of EDWARD ROB
ERTS. 1,000 lbs Cel Fish,
10 half Brls llorrin?, and
10 half Brls Mackerel;
Feb. G. 185(3.
ii Tavern Petitions. Bonds, he
cur side at
New Wholesale Diig Store
M. SI-CXCTR TU03IAS.
NO. 23 SOUTH SECOND ST., PIIIADELPHlA.
IMPORTER, Manufacturer, and DeiHer in
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Acids, Dye
Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Colors, White Lead, French
and American White Zinc. Window Glass, TjTss
ware, Varnishes, Brushes, Instruments, Ground
Spices, Whole Spices, an-.i all other articles usu
ally kept by Druggists, Including Borax, Indigo,
Glue, Shellac, Potash, &c.
All orders by mail otherwise prom ply atten
ded to. Country Merchants are invited to call
and examine our stock before purchasing else
where. Goods sent to any of the Wharves or Railroad
Stations. Prices low and goods warranted.
March 12, 1856.
A. J. JACKSON, Surgeon Dentist
will be found at Thompson's Mount
ain House, where he can bo found
the third week of each month. Office in Johns
town nearly opjste tr? Cmbria Iron Store.
Ebcrj'-u Mpjtv 12 1850.
farmer's Look tojyour Interest!!!
X come -witH Goods to Clothe you It
THE undersigneel would respecfully inform the
citizens of Ebensburg, and farmers of the
surrounding country that he has arrived with a
large STOCK OF 'DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
consisting of plain and fancy Cassinets a large
variety of Jeans, Linseys, Barred and Plain
Flannels, Blankets, Coverlids and Baize. The
above goods will be exchanged for wool on low
terms, and if the goods are not desirable the mar
ket price will be paid in Cash.
April 23, 1856. J03. G WINNER.
I. O. O. F. "
Highland Lodge- .No. 423 meets every
WEDNESDAY evening at their Hall
on High st, in the upper Etcrv ol
Shoemaker & Clark's building.
. .1 1 .1 1 . 2 .. . ..n.K. .A.I U.. Al,., A. ..1.1... -IS! ."I" 1- - 1. 1
A Iliiimm Life Sacl.
Dowaciac, Mich., March 11, 18C6.
J. A. RHODES, Esq.: Dear Sir As I took
your medicine to a eil on consignment, no cure
no pay," I take pleasure in stating its effects as
reported to mc oy three brothers who live in this
place, and their testimony is a fair t specimen ot
all I have received :
W. S. Coxkli told me " I had taken nine
bottles of Christie's Ague Balsam, and continu-d-ly
run down while using it until my lungs and
liver were Congested to that degree that blood
discharged from my mouth and bowels, so that
all thought it impossible for me to live through
another chill. The doctors to did all they could
for me, but thought I must die. Notning did me
any good until I got Rhodes' Fever and Ague
Cure which at once relieved me of the distress
and nausea at my stomach and pain in my head
and bowels, and produced a permanent cure in a
II. M. Cos klin says : " I had been been ta-
ly it operated on my brother. I got a bottle of
RHODES' FEVER AND AGUE CUBE, which
effected a permanent cure by using two thirdj of
S. M. Cosklin was not here, but both the other
brothers say his case was the same as II. M's. I
sold the medicine to both the panic day, and the
cure was as speedy from the same .;mall quantity
and I rr.ijhtso specify, Yours with respect,
The above speaks for iUelf. Good proof as it
t, it ij of n better tenor than the vast number
of like ceitificates I have already pullishcd, and
the still greater amount that is continually pour
ing in to me.
One tiling more. Last year I had occasion to
Caution the Public in these words:
Irtvtlcc cue Jinn u-J.o have taken one (j r.nj
general circulars, substituted the name of their
jKKtri hi Jor mil medicine, ana lien tciti brazen
inrwi'hiue end their pamphlet with the exd-amalion.
Lit the j ropritlur vf any other medicine say as
un'ch if' he Jares." !-c.
Now I take pleasure in saying that the Cau
tion referred to the same " Dr. Chrisrk's Ague
Balsam" that is mentioned in the above cer
tificate. There are several other in,1u?rioris peoj.l who
are applying to their poisonous tiash idi that 1
publUh about my fever and Agui Care, or Anti
dote to Malaria, esceut the Certificates of Cures,
and ti c Certificate of the celebrated Chemh.t Dr. j
James 11. Chilton of N. Y.. in favor i f it per- j
feotiy HARMLESS CHAI.ACTE'.l, v.l.Lh is at- j
tached to every bottle. These will a! ways serve j
to distinguish mv mcm-me trom mntatioi.s.
JAS. A. RHODES, Propriety.
April (2?, 18-W. "m. Providciice, 11. 1.
Fir sale by Druggists gti;er:;'.Iy.
f !.. 0 T I! 1 X li 15 M V 0 U I II 51.
SPRIHG St SUmmER CL0THXKG.
i REAT ATTRACTION at the New St
"O? of Evans and Ilughe. one ehx.r above the
Store riHm of Sho;-maker ! Clark, where the sub
scribers are at present re eiving and opChiug a
large and excellent assort nun of fashien .h'.e
Kently ?lacle CJothJug
of thebitest anil most :u.pr..vcd stvl -s, v hich f r
, ca'i not i,e tXcelh-d bv
any similar otabnmneut m toe c-aunty : it- t
wish:ng to Irvff, but w hat we say we wi 1 lr.ake
;m.h1 r take the water. Every article in the cl. th
ing lint will be kept on h;.n !, viz: sum r Co its.
Suck Co.ts, Drop do.; Pants, Vests, Cl -uks, v,-c
all of the litest styles.
Cleths, Cassimeres, Satinets, Vesting?, of ali
colours :iud st vies.
Our Department of ROYS CL'jTII ING promis.
a much n.ore extensive si-lee'tn 11 than usual.
We Halter ..ur-lvef ih-i we t-htill be able to
furnish ganr.cn ts Mtital.'e f.r all classes, htt d up
in such a manner, and on .-uch terms thr.f -h:!l
disai m all comTefitiu ; ice thervfore a-k a lil.-era!
share of the piiblic i:atronaze.
EVANS v'i HUGHES.
June 4, 'otl.
TlioleMle :iJv :ei:tiJ,
jTia, Coppor, and SLcot-Irea Varc ilanufattarsr.
2 ESPE'JTFULLY informs ii.e e.lti.ens , f Lb
W. eiiiburg aini the phblio gontr.'.ily, that he
bus jmrchaseu the Tin Shop, former'! eairie-1 ..!!
by M!ssrs. Davis, Evans vV Co., anl wi.l contin
ue to carry on the busiue'ss iu ad its variou.
branches, wholesale and reiail. His war'?s wiii
be made of the very b.-st material, and in the
most workmanlike manner. Repairing of uJ
kinds done on the sh'jrtc.-t notice, for cash.
ALSO, House Spouting made and put up to
order on the lowe.-.t terms, fir cash.
Also en hand and for sale, a large assortment
f C ook aii'i Parlor stoves, for coal e.r wood, Di
ning room stoves. Egg st -ves. &.
Also a 1 irgo asso; tint nt of grates r.nd fire
brick, fvr Co'.'king stoves, Coal buckets. Siiovei
Iters, smoothing irons, vVcc. ivc.
1 ci which
will be stnd low fijr cash.
and wareroom in part of the building
ticoupi'Vl bv otepaell J,ioy-i as a, .ioi-
nor warcrii'm. and oi'o-isite txeo. M O.mn s store
T7"AU ord.ers premptly
re.-., .m-vt. xi-i-- t m.M. yci
rvetv Iii iii.
TAYLOR & JO&ES,
"17 .z-TSl. 'JsL CUS LS
f EHIE .-lilis.-iiLcss would re. pAti'i'.lly iufoim the
JL citizens of Ebensburg aii.'l the &unotnnii;ig
vicinity, that they have entered into partneis:.!;
l.-r the nlill'ose oi giving tud satislaetion t al.
mankind and in the way of giving fits, tia y n.a
be found at fno ohl establishment f rmeriy occu
pied bv B yn-n an i Jones, immediately p-.isio
the ste ef Geo. McCauti. The public may rest
assured, that all work entrusted to their care will
be made in a workmanlike manner, and at the
time nrouused. Garments will be cut according
to the latest fashion.
A. II. TAYLOR
-Ebensburg. March 5th 1856.
mi ist mm MICE
OF LOtli II 1VDX, S4.
TNSURES Detached" Buildings, Stores, Mer
A c hand ize, Farm Property, and other Bull lings,
and their contents.
Hon. John J. Peakce
Jous B. Halt.,
Ciiaklvs A. Mateb,
Hon. G C. Harvey,
T. T. Abuams,
D. K. v'ackmas,
G. C. HARVEY, Pres.
T. T. Abuams, Vice Pros.
Samui-1 II. Lloyd,
A. A. Winegardncr,
L. A. Mackev
Thos. Bowman, M. D.
Wm. Van tier belt,
Dr. J. S. Crawford,
John W. Maynard,
lion. Simon Cameron.jllon. Wm. Biglcr.
J. C. NOON, Agent.
Ebensburg, April 9, 1856.
T ASK.ETS C-Lothee, Toy and Werk Baskets
JLr at J. 34 Dennit s.
THE GREATEST ATTRACTION ! !!
j. 001:1: & so
111TAVE just opened at their old stand; in the
XI Borough of Ebeusburg, the richest and
rarett, the finest and cheapest assortment of
FALL MB WINTER GOODS,
everol-ered to the people of Cambria Count'.
Unusal care was taken in the selection of these
goods, and care has been taken that nothing with
in the range of a Count ry store, nor any ways'
near it, but what they can supply to trieir cus
tomers, at least as cheap as they can be had in
Their stock of Dry Goods is unpreeedtnfly
large, embracing Cloths, of every vtiriety and
texture, Satinctt-, Cassirr.eres, Tweed?, Jeans,
Src., &c, llanuels, Sheeting. Shirting, - and
made up Clothing of every description. A great
"LADIES' FANCY DRESS GOODS
of fill patterns and at all prices.
Laces, trimmings, gloves, mitts, See. Their
assortment of hats, caps. Loots, and .l.oes, is
complete and unsurpassed.
GROCERIES Z LIQUORS, cf ewry variety
and quality. A well selected variety of Hard
ware, Cutlery, and nails. Also, Queenswaie and
Glass ; Paints, Dve stuffy.
DHUGS & MEDICINES.
And all for sale low for cash, or given iu ex
change for couutrv pvudrce. Giv us a call.
J. MOORE 'cc SON.
Ebensburg, Nov. 9, 'C-i.
CO A f I Jl A XtT rACTCKY.
THE subscrilcr would respcctfTdly infonn the
citizens of Ebcv.sLurg, and vicinity, that he
has rernoved bis .-hep to MOOBETOVVX, where
he lias every facili-y f -r carrying 00 a large busi
ness, ana hopes i y u.:i-g iioi.e t--.t t'.e ( t-.-t
iial,and employing i.one 1 ut the 1 :t w--t
he hopes to convince ad who will do
favor to examine lus work, that in p-,int of dur
ability, appearance or eheapi:--ss. it cannot 1
excelled by any similar establishment in the
State i-r eisewhere
e . w
in the jurchase
suit their own i:.t
Phev are prepare vl to iim
of ve hicles, viz:
Buggies . .f li;Tercrit qUalit
oucluv, ( i.ariotteo. c i.e :in l t
i ri-CM. Bar-rc-kawavs.
clo.-e quarter r-llpti
cond-h.ind v ik of
and U-:S:ri.ijr t'
r.-r.t kinds. vVc.
iit all t.i-tes :v..t -.:)
:e v. i;
h nf atn'-ss nv.d d'.pitch.
!; H'.! I: T C. v::.- t:t
Sj.t .2:iO. 'TiA.
- - - - - ' 1 . : 1 ii
to Willmcre Station !
THE Subscribers h;u
::;g a:--s, .;:. ted the nisei vv.
:i ihe Eber.i-i.-urg aud Jc'
.t;Lb o;:et;.vT, liavi
jrsvn I'h.ni; 3
...1 .. 1
e that tl.c-y wil
rs to an 1 frt.m
-r.u.l 1 say to the Pubi
pa'.::s to carry j;asstg-
Station with ;d
t- Ct U'hes l
C -nuectin '
t: .il:i g
Station ut 1 A. !
train going ea: at 1.
ing with tralii i.rf .:
Leave Wih.i.ore St
til l 1 a! of evcrv t;
? .i f' :
; II .'i'.-nx
.ve:..l or 0, ':,4.
lien. V.'.Tiiilt, uiCi
i ' l.p.Tid the ' vi. !
s Ai.gei.-i, Wm. Muii:.T:
eri-.T Axe-, dma.'. A"
1 1 . Ol I '
til l i t;uit s S'.l
ei j-t j o r in!
iron's Gra. .-
h-t.i Stcv 1 Shovils. Davling
an ! i r.i .!, .ii -.- : i s. (.'- r.;n
'at. nt :
te. . u-t:-
. i a'c-.t .':,!; t Pi
r lie : 11 ; : I
1 O .-. .-
PE.' CE ami Si
ip. Can.bria -os
i :a-S U ill
C-..1 ;ec ta -iis au.i
-.-i:;; t- r
.dUl.lit d to.
Max 0. ir.51
j ns r.v.;:
A Change New Firm !
riiE PUBLiC ARE HEREBY INFORM!-.!
i th.'.t the partoersMu heat. -f -re e-xis'ing :;:;-
liietirm 'A Evans. .Fohu Hare. Evan E. Kv:t: -
.ind Hrtfch Joi.es, has b en dist.-lved. Mr. Fa-.
le'.uiig. the hrr.i as it u-w st s wd. eai:
n the business in u'.i its vario;4;i bi-anhe.s sit t'..
ohl ttauds. The Tannery v.i,'! he u:i ij- t! e s i
perinteiidatice f JuLu Ev;-.i s ,-.t the .!d .'t.
P-riueiiy owned by J. Mo-jiv. The S'.o -n. aki:.:
biisine.--s vi ill be canie-i t-n as ii: nal a f- w dov-r:
e ut of S --ivdei-'s Hotel in a I its brai-.cb.e-.
The highest r.iaihet prit-es v
easn loi hides. CliCctnut ;n:d 1 :
They have cor.sta; tly on hand a
nient of French calf-skin, M'ea aud Y
rocco Boots aud Sh' ''.. and are pre
cut - v.-oi k tin the sh.ortest n- ti--.
.1 .. -.
Being practicjil workmen ti
lu-ne but the vrry best mate-i
dent they can cxc- iiU- woik a.
as any et-tablis-hmei.t ii; the
Anril :10. ISoC-ljTtf.
,v.'"l: a'.: ;
Iilannfacturer atd Dealei :ln all Kiiius of Cjurii g.
S&ufi. Chewing ana i-af Tct;.t-co. Iff on gen
ery St., KoliLcabuJS, Fa.
Constantly e-n hat
t toek of Spani:
dly e-n hand, a t;:e and
at the lowest possible? prices. All -.rli; -' s si 11 at
this establishment are warranted to be what tla v
are roproa ntel.
August 8, LSo5. ly.
C. W, lVrjrnrT.
A'l'TOllXS.Y AT 5.A T5'
EHl.NSKI lit, r A .
ILL practice in the sever; 1 O-uits ef Cam
ia, Blair, Huntingdon. In.aan i and Ca-ar
field county. Oftico one dot r we-ft of Dr. m.
tj-Also Agents for the salt? of Lands in Cam
bria and adjoining Cemr.tics.
fj-3-Also Agents for the Lh.ion I ire lusuranci
Com pan y. .
March 2. 1S5G.
IlI t!ASIt JM.
Justice cf the Peace, Eber.f-bv.rg, Pi.,
TILL attend promptly to all collections en
trusted to his care. Oihec, ao joining .:)s
July 21, 1S52. tf.
Beans, and Dried Fir.it. f.-r -a'e
ADIES and -Chihh en's h e mi
1 Gai'cr at
J. M'DERM IT'S.
("1 110CEUIES, CVudies, Nuts and Cra.htr
JT tX J. Ji Dcrvutt's.
Crat ht rs
LCUIS LUCKHAR.DT "
cms. fB m mmi:-
rBHE undersigned rcsprctfuliy
bees leave to Inform thr C-s" l
- . - .1 . .
citizens of Johnstown and vicinity jsi''.
that he has iust received and is now "allife
opening the largest stock of Clocks, Watdies nd
Jctcdry, eve r brought to Johnstown, without ex
ception, which will be sold cheaper- tl.uD lLa
cheapest. 111s pacts will alvrays he uiiucrui,
Une customer will ru t I 2 cbaigtd more for ti e
atiie quality of goods than another. A List of
bme of the ur!ic!e comprised in the assortment
is annexed, Prices may be ascertained, t
gorxls examined, at the Store cn Main Street.
Gold Hunting English Levers, : . ,
Gold Detached levers, full jewelled,
Gold Lepiiits. 4 holes - - 'i
Silver English Leveis,
Silver Detached Lever?, " "
Silver Leni'ies, Gi ld Guard Cliair.s
fh.l l Vest Chains. Gold Peucilp, with Pena
Gold Pencils, G-. id M-dallions. ' '
Silver Extension Pencils and Pen, ' :
ioi l i.rcastp'.ns. L,a(S.e.s nnd Gentlemen, .
Gold Eardrops, Gold Eai rings, .
Gold Finger Rings. Gold CuiT Fits, .
I - 1 ..n.I k ..... O. .....- I.' f.
Ladirs' Fi.' s, fai.ty and ullhi.
t o i cs p
r-.i w r 1 a. ; o--n."
Pfifed Tabic, ro'.
Silver Gi;;:rd Chains,
Pin ted and Brittnia Tea Sert .
Vi 'li'.ij rnd B i .vs, Vl
, a s p.i.a .1.e1.'.-, Rav.,lvers, C i
G.)ld Brarv'ots. Ae.-oroeoi.c
.ted S;-.eCt:x.'c-s. A'.
frf- Ait. s
ret.:i:r-d V- 'A
ii.:nt sli-t 1.
Cl-.Ths end J
I b- l.(
: a l !
m i.c.h iwe crnn '.t-l,-e :ilc' rttm..,.,.
of the publ!-'.
'1 lie W ar i:r:ilcl ! :
ARRIVAL i? Iff m III
A.vjj i-.tJBKii'i.-s lias arrivrd h.,vn -a it!
a Ias-iie st . k of cludce r.-vtr. ,-, n - v
iihici: he win o;t,.s-e of on ifius 10
.-u-ers ojj r,s vtii t utw taios. . ik.,
i"C, tck-tted with great cirr, wlkh
a...i qn.ntily cvu.iiot be beat en tlfs
!.m. I Le sle-e 1: lOi.siils . f
..... - r. ' ....... v 4.0
Ann (;: -,
uiH. t. rear.
'.tt n i u
.-iort f E h i: .1,-1 ts ;r
-u-. ut j.e piit-vf.
v . -
b:e to siivv c-s;r
" c.s .;o v.:ilk in acd
LODGERS '& JONXS' '
3 f-J-'-f -e.vid a:i:I are now ,ii.r.',.Jr-v
ii-M iiiiri iOT u ,
l!y sclecied stivk of f ill iir'd v.:? t,r
.-o-. ii.-. Then stock c..ii. isU i t' ih G.As i i
e.eiv der-ri-tiun and qmi'ity sat-b e f..r th
prtic.it and approaching he.vin-. A very hand-
s-.u.e ai.-s M in-L-nt vl
a fin-it , Je-a.-s. .'". ,
E-M ris' i.;,...cs-:;
assorrmesi: of siihs
.-:-u.id cu.th, Csm-rs.
la ie c loti.iinr-
v:-n-;'ty of De L;
v. ; ,
S;!A , i S An m:us't.ilie ha-,!;.
i . i . . t .
" i i-v.;ie- u:;j v v.-. a, ol a
I U es.
BOOST vV s:
i Me v'vrv
I! AHDWARE & CUTLERY r..u!J-.-rs
ii re rc-q-:' st
' vk o;
nar.iware, auu the attciuioii
is c.i;:e.i to vxir cv.tk-rv.
GBOCEIUES Their st
i-6 is ua-
u.i.,y ii.5i.c. ct n.:isf iiig ol sugar.
i.-epper. f: Ji, and s:t'.t.
:ia tive t
c.ii pi .1 ..... a
her f.-r fhotv
. . i .
?! u ;-:
or u , that can ftnl
ull of -
i'-n wi;! ij
:tvLIe terms .f
r uss .r
i.it n. s to their frisnd. for. pa: t
i fcv.i;i.l!y a.-k a conunu-uicw ol
ROD C EMS iS: JuNEsZ
Tov. -j, :4. ;
Jolm-ito-i". ii JIaiLlc V.silis,
Frr-kiiu iUttt, ror.iiy crposi:o tia Ubilo
u"; t Churth, Jh-Cstawu, Pa.
jo.i..;ii.aiv, Air.A-s, Gr:ivi Slopes, Mf.r.
i.f.r..tels, Table, and Bureau tops, inai.i:iactu:c-.i
ol she b-beautiful ai.d finest on;di!y of Crtlga
oai liomestic marble, ahvav tn hanei av.d m.ule
rdcr as cheap they can bo purchased in the
E.K, Witn the
'.lifii.n . .f "-- --- .
itnivii j . n.i i iti .
1 mm lDrij
x'-eneute m the lUMness and strict atUnuua
iiereto, he can assure tliep.ulljctl.cta.il ordei
will be pr inptly lUtci.vie.i to aud the w-orkhnish-
I e;t I
In I IJ.C-J!
.e iiia:i7.cr,ir.rtiiaa ,
t order and delivered at any place ;h
lies of various grits
miai-ie i- r lari'.rs
-.it i - f
: !.ok-s;.,o or retail.
ZyVr the ci:v(uier.ccc-f persens re jd;i' in
be c-at :ai-.l north of the comity. sT-eunvii3 ia;.y
c-se,-ii and orders lift with Stephen LL yd. nt
is cal met wart r;t ms in Ebei sburg.
Purchastrs ar. invited to examine ftctk and
li.t s. fjune 20, 1S55.
Toinl Stoiic.: TomLs Stones!
IS ICIIABD JONES respectfully informs the
1? public that he is prepared to furnish all kind
of Te.mb StoneSj t.f Italian and American Marble,
manufacture-el in the latd-t style, and lettered ai
vending to any tiiieetior.s.
His yard is situated at the south jtut of the
tow n, w here a large asscrtme-nt of articles in Lit
line are always kept on hand.
Fre-m long experience he fee-Is cenfidcnt be caa
please all tastes, and he therefore hopes to La pat
ron izctl by a generous public.
June IT. 1S53.
DRUG ATID MEDICINE STORE.
rjnnE undersigned wcuM inform Lis many
-- friends in tl:e town r.nd country, that Le has
receivd a new and larire asseTtment of
DKUGS AND MEDICINES,
IJc s licits the patrt nage .-f tho public, an-T
giv.-s the a.ssiir;-nce that every kind of orderschuea
js FECI PES. A-c, promily,.r.nJ to lower price
as in other stores will be attended to.
July 20, 1854. ,
;ts.sortcd pieces of Stone Ware, just re
tj Iwceivod at the Cheap Stere of