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THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OP HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTSIBTJTED ALIKE UPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR.
SBBENSBURG, NOVEMBER 5, 1856.
VOL. 4. NO." 2.
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THE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish
ed every Wednesday morning,. in Ebensburg,
'Cambria Co., Pa;, at $1 50 perannum.iF paid
advance, if n..t $2 will be charged.
i'vDVEUTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in
setted at tuc toliowing rates, u.
1 square S insertions,
"Every subsequent insertion,
1 ecmarc 3 months,
T : ti "
$1 oo
25
3 00
5 00
12 00
30 00
15 00
6 00
1 year,
1 year,
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."Business Cards, :' t '
i3-Tvclve lines constitute a square.
OUl'BIAXS' COIUT S4LK
ixw V 1 I .IT 1U.TC if K A L liST. VilV.
Y virtue of an order of the Orphan's Court
a r (i,n.,.nfv rf fimbria the undersigned
will expose t i public sale at the house ot byives
ter Weakland, at Chess Springs, in Clearfield Tp.
Cambria count v, on
SATURDAY THE 8TH DAY OF NOVEMBER
next, at on o'clock in the afternoon, the iollow
in" real estate of which Michael M'Dennitt died
scbVd situated in the township an.l county afore
said, being allotments Xos. 2, 3, 4, and 5. as
meutior.ed'and described in the inquisition had of
the real estate of the said decedent, viz:
-0 o IVM'iimin at a cherrytree, thence
north 'M decrees west, by land of David Sutton,
7(3 perches to a pot, thenco south 88i degrees
a-t, bv lands of Mathew Ivory, 155 perches to
a pine," thence south, by land of James Litzmger
and lot No. one, 110 perches to a stone, thence
bv lot No. one, east 1 3-10 perches to a post,
thence south by division line between lots Nos 2,
and 3, 12$ perches to a sugar thence west, by
the Ashland Furnace property, 00 perches to a
spruce, thence north, by land of Jacob Yv aguer,
M perches to a sugar, thence north 22 degrees
west by land of Jacob Wagner and James Ste
phens, 152 perches to the place of beginning,
containing 131 acres and allowance a portion of
which is cleared and having thereon erected a log
house and a log stable in the occupancy of Lucas
31 vers.
No. 3. Boginningat a pus t corner of lot
No. 3, thence cast by lot No. l. K'.O perches to
u no-t', thence south, bv division line between luts
Nos. Sand 4, 252 perches to a post, thence west
by the Ashland Furnace property, l'.t perches to
niap'e, thence north 55 degrees we..t, by same, 17
porches to a pine, thence north by same, 4G de
crees west, 130 perches to a post, thence north
by srnc and lot No. 2, 150 perches to the place
of beginning, containing 209 acres and allowance
a small portion of which is cleared.
-.X). 4. Beginning at a post a corner of lot
No 3. thence east by lots Nos. one and five, 15S
t. n v.Jnn t iPtl(V SOUth 5 decrees WCSt . bv
land warranted in the name of John Burns, 110 j
perches to a white atc, tnencc socun o eie-gicca
west, by same 107 perches to a post, thence
west, bv Ashland Furnace property, forty-nine
an.l a-h"alf perches to a post, thence north, by lot
No. 3. 252 perches to the place of beginning, con
tainin 170 acres and all nvancc about 30 acres
of which is cleared, and having thereon erected a
lowed log house.
Xo. 5. lieslnning at a post, thence by lot
No 1, and land of James Litzingr, north 1200
perches to a chestnut oak, thence east by land
warranted in the name of John Rocp, 250 per
ches to a post, thence south 10 degrees west, by
hind of M'Derrit and M'Guire and tract in name
of John Burns 200 porches to a spruce, thence by
John Bums, north 17 degrees west Hi perches to
a spruce, thence, by same, north 88 degrees west
72 perches to a pine, thence by lot No. -1, north
88 degrees west 10;) perches to place of beginning
containing 213 acres an 1 allowance.
TERMS OF RALE. One third of the pur
chase money to be paid on confirmation of the
nales and the residue in two c- pud annual pay
ments thereafter, with interest, to be secured by
the Judgment Bonds and Mortgage of the pur
chaser. WILLIAM KITTELL.Trustoc.
p. S. The Trustee above named will be at
Ashland Furnace, at noon, on the day previous
to the s.ilc, and will point out the property to
persons who may wish to make an examination
cf the remises and will meet him there.
October 8, 185.3.
THE subscriber takes pleasure in anno.mcing
to his numerous customers, and the public
generally, that he is now opening one of the
largest and most desirable stocks of
fall and winter good; i
ever presented to this community, l.s stock
consists chiellv of the following viz:
LADIES DUESS GOODS!
such as Talmas, Yizettcs. Shawls, S'.lks, Meii
nos, Cashmeres, Woolen Plaids. De Lair.es, De
Bages, Alapacas, Ginghams, Calico; BONNETS
lliibons, Collars. Trimmings, Arc.
GENTLEMEN'S CLOTII1NC5 !
such as Over Coats, Dress Cxits, Pants, Yfsts,
Shirts Drawers. &c. Also a largo stock of
DOMESTIC (iOODS!
such as Iirown and Bleached Muslins, Drills,
Denims. Shirtings, Checks, Kentucky Jeans, &i'i
nels, Cassincre, llamicls Lindsctjs, Ticking,
niankets. -r. Also
Bjots, Shoes, Hats,- Caps. Trunks, Hardware,
Qieensware, Glassware, Tinware, and a large
stock of
CUOCKlllES!
IK; would solicit Farmers who are in want of
GOOD CORN SIIELLEiLS & STRAW (JLITTEBS
to call raid examine Lis stock ; lie would wish
ttlso to inform thein that he has made arrange
ments to supply them with all kinds of FEtt
TTLIZEBS, such as Peruvian and Mexican Gu
anos, tSrc. He invites one and all to come and
examine his large and well selected Stock, before
purchasing elsewhere, as he is determined to sell
at smaller profits than ever before known in this
vicinity. The ONE PBICE SYSTEM will be
continued as heretofore, sj that parents may tend
their children to make purchases with as much
advantage as if thev went themselves,
DANIEL M'LAUGIILIN.
Tunnel Hill, October 8, 185C.
191 1" OUT A XT IVOr ICE.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Milton
Itoberts.dec'd, for costs as Prothonotary and
Clerk of the Quarter Sessions are hereby notified
to make payment without delay, as it will be ve
ry unpleasant for me to have to resort to compul
sory measures and thereby add costs, which will
be imperative unless paid shortly.
Howard J. Prober ts, of this borough is duly au
thorized by me to receive said fees and rece pt fcr
the same. He w id attend for that purpose, a
the Prothonotary's office, in Ebensburg, at the en
suing Court in December next.
JOHN WILLIAMS, Ex'r.
Ebcn&burg,Oct.25, 1850. tf.
In I lie Court f Common lIcas
Cambria County.
Edward Burk
vs. I No. 20 Dec. Term 1S5G
Wm. II. Hamilton ad-
ministrator of Wm. 2nd al. Scire Facias.
Barnctt. dee'd. J
Cambria Couutj- ss.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
To the Sheriff of Cambria county,
GREETING :
Wheheas, Edward Burk, heretofore in our
County Court of Common Pleas of the County of
Cambria, to wit : on the 2d of January, Auno
Domino, one thousand eight hundrcel and iortyi
nine, before the honorable the Judges then con
stituting the same Court at Ebensburg, by the
consideration of the same Court, recovered against
William H. Hamilton, adrn'r of William Barnett
dee'd, of the said county, Yeoman, as well a cer
tain debt of thirty three dollars and sixty-eight
cents, lawful money of the United States, as also
ten dollars and seventy and three-fourth cents,
like money, which to the said Edwarel Burk, in
our .same Court were adjudged for his ilamages,
which he sustained by the detention of that debt,
with interest on the debt from the 2d day of Jan
uary, one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine,
whereof the said adm'r of Wm. Barnett was con
vict, as of re-cord and'procccdingsin our said Court
before our Judges at Ebensburg, remaining, man
ifestly appears. Nevertheless execution of the
same Judgment as yet remains to be maele, as by
the insinuation of Edward Burk we have received
and because we are willing that those things which
are right in our said Court shoulel be done, we
command you that you make known to Alex. Ii,
Pringle, adm'r, ele bonis non of Wm. Barnett.
dee'd., with notice to Ilobert Barnett, Mrs. Sarah
E. Pringle and Alexander B. Pringle her husband
Theodore Barnett, Mary Jane Barnett and Harry
Barnett children and heirs at law of William Bar
nett eleeeased that they be and appear before our
Judges at Ebensburg, at our County Court ef
Common Tleas, there to be held, on the first Mon
day in December next, to show if anything for
themselves they know or have to saj', why the
aforesaid Edward Burk ought not to have execu
tion of the debt and damages aforesaid according
to the form and effect of the said recovery, if to
him it shall seem expedient. And have you then
and there this writ.
Witness, the I loner able George Taylor, Presi
dent of our .aine Court at Ebensburg, this'thir
tecnth day of September, in the year ef our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six.
A true copy, H. J. KOBERTS, Prot'y.
Attest,
JOHN ROBERTS, ShetiiT.
C03I3IISSI0XE:5IS NOTICE.
THE Commissioner, appointed by the Court -of
Common Pleas of Cambria county, to take the
testimony iu'the matter of the petition of Green
burg Taylor, for a decree of specific performance
tf a contract entered into with Daniel O'Kcefe,
in his lifetime hereby gives notice to all interes
ted that he will attend to the duties of said ap
pointment, at his ollice, in Ebensburg, on Mon
day, the 17th dav of November next, at one o'
clock, P. M. A . C. M ULLIN, Com'r.
Ebensburg, Oct. 15, 1850 4t.
C 031 3USSIO.!:iTS xoticie.
T I IF Commissioner, appointed by the Court ef
Common Pleas of Cambria county, to take the
testimony in the matter of the petition of James
M'Coy, for a decree of specific performance of a
contr et entered into with Daniel O'Kcefe, in his
lifetime, hereby' gives notice to all interested, that
he will attend to the duties of said appointment,
at his office in Ebensburg, on Monday, the 17th
day of November next, at one o'clock, P. M.
A. C. M ULLIN, Com'r.
Elensburg, Oct., 15, 1S5G. 4t.
Mow
for
Sargsiins.
finUE subscriber has just received from ffvj
jo. the East a large and splendid stock f''vy..
.of new Goods of the following articles, all
of the best quality, Groceries such as
Coffee, Sugar,
Tea, and Syrup
Molasses, a little
of the best that has
ever been brought to
this town before. ALSO
Starch Corn which is very
delicious for food, in fact he
has everything that is in the
Grocery line. ALSO A good as
sortment of fancy stationary and no
tions. ALSO he lias added to his
stock a good assortment of II A RV ESI
TOOLS, which is very important to the
Farmer at this time, consisting of the fol
lowing articles such as
SCVTIMS,
SX ATI IKS.
FOURS,
HAKES, -c. all of a good qual
i ty. A LSO A trood assort
ment of DRUGS and
MEDICINES t o
mention.
Also A hir-e lot of G 0 OD FL 0 UR. ALSO
BAR J II OX, NAILS, and GLASS.
Call and see and examine for yourselves, you
will not regret by doing so.
ROBERT DAY1S.
Ebensburg, Jul- 0, 1850. 37.
to tise ssiake:iioidf:ks of tiii:
SMALL FRY GIFT ENTERPRISE.
rTHlE 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 Ekiday, 17th of
October, 1850, to distribute the property of the
Enterprise, when it is elcsircd that as many mem
bers as can, will attend the distributiem. As there
are yet a few tickets unsold, in the hands of agents
they are requested to iue a little exertiou to dis
pose of them, and make their returns as soon as
possible.
S. KRIGGER, M. II. JOLLY,
A. GREEN, J. SINK,
J. M'CAIIEN, M. DOUTY.
J. MORROW, W. VALENTINE,
J. D. HAMILTON, G. F. M'CABE,
H. ROBERTS.
Committee Room, )
Altoona, Aug. 15 185C.
"vnio owes a;s.
THE Books of the subscribers have been placed
in the hands of John Williams, Esq., for col
lection. MURRAY & ZAIIM.
MURRAY, Z A UM & Co.
Ebensburg, Dee. 26, 1855.
ADIES' Elastic Belts, Black and fancy col
oh at J. M'Pennit'a
I , PWto . - , VV'
of t?3 Siirs wsviMfVtL"!
Arrival of tkc jTrains at Wilaiore
Station.
The Fast Line resumed its regular trip on
Monday May 19th. The following is the schedule
of the trains passing Last and est.
Express West,
Mail
Local Freight
Mail Train East
Fast Line
10 o'clock,
12 min.
42
A
P.
1.
A.
P.
A.
M.
M.
M.
M.
M.
M.
11
G
C
13
52
35
Local Freight
Hacks leave this station immediately after th
(epaftujft A-tkc. train for Ebensburg.- "'
TUI2 IiO.XG LOUKED FOR. HAS COJIK AT
CLOTUIKG STORE!!
The largest, best, and cheapest assortment of
C7LOTIIIXG !
S, Bernei would respectfully inform the citi
zens of Ebensburg and surrounding country, that
he has just opened out at his new establishment,
near the Coiir. House, one of tho largest, most va
ried, elegant and 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
$20,00,
Goats " " " 1,00 to $20,00.
Pants " " " $0.75 to $8,00.
Vests " " $0.75 to $8.00.
Also, a full assortment of silk Neckerchiefs,
Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, Shirts, Undershirts, Draw
ers, Socks, Comforts, Collars, Travelling Bags,
&c, &c.
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 arc most
cordially invited to call and examine if they wLh
the best of bargains.
Ebensburg, July 30, lS5G.-40-ly.
TV' OTIC 12,
TO TOE STOCK HOLDERS OF THE JEFFER
SON S,- 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'clock, A. M. A general
attendance is requested. The propriety of in
creasing the tolls will be considered, and other
business of importance.
Bv order of the Board of Directors.
Wm. R. HUGHES, Sec'y.
Aug. 25, 1S5G.
Valuable lroierIy for Sale.
The subscriber offers his farm at private sale,
containing one hundred and eight acres, situated
in Pine township, Indiana county. Pa., about
four miles north of Strongstown. The land is in
a good state of cultivation, with sixty acres
cleared, and unelcr fence. There is also erected
on the property a two story frame dwelling
House and an excellent Saw Mill, capable of
cutting 2000 feet of lumber in twelve hours.
The property will be sold exceedingly low, as the
subscriber wishes to go West.
JACOB GLASS.
Sept. 3, 1850-ot
CXKCUTOIt'S TVOTICTL
"IT ETTEHS Testamentary on the estate of Rees
-Li Morgan late of Cambria township, Cambria
County dee'd, have been grantee! to the subscri
ber by the Register of said county, and he hereby
notifies all persons knowing themselves to be in
ele bted to said .estate to make immediate payment
and those having claims against said estate, to
present them elulv authenticated for settlement.
EVAN R. MORGAN, Executor.
Aug. 27, 185G.
Ilan. Away.
rom the subcriber in Aeghaney Township,
August 4th A Boy named NathanieZ Bcn-
elon aged about 15 year. I caution any persons
harbor or trust said Bov on mv account.
JOHN B. MYERS.
Loretto, Ausust, G, 1856:
ARC 41)52 SIOT12L.,
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 the almvc Hotel, and furnished it in a
manner equal, if not superior, to many 1 lotels in
Western Pennsylvania, and it being situated in
one of the most business streets in Johnstown,
makes it a desirable stopping place for business
men. The Bar will be furnished with the best
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 be paid to visit
ors. HENRY FOSTER.
Johnstown, Sept. 3, 185G-tf
NEV7 ARRIVAL!
GRQCERIESI GRBCERIESI ERQCEfllES ! !
MART & BR0., would respectfully inform
it their ohl 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
hand
20,000 CIGARS
which we will dispose of wholesale er retail.
. HART & BRO.
July 9, 185G.
VALUABLE FARM
AT PRIVATE SALE.
The undersighed 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 4L" HOUSE,
34 by 30 feet and a BANK DA RNe recto. 1 on the
premises. It lies on the Plank Bond. 2J miles
from Carrolton and 7J miles from Ebensburg.
It is well watered. For information inquire of
Michael Snvder, adjoining farm.
FREDERICK SNYDER.
Sept. 17, 185G-4t
SCHOOL. TEACI5I2US lVAXTIlD.
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, 185G.-3t President.'
s
UMMEB Coats and Part, and. Silk. Lawns
Gingham Handkerchiefs at J. M'Dcrmits.
ME1MC1XI2S,
i At James M'Dermit's
EBENSBURG, PA.
RICHARDSON'S Sherry Wine Bitters.
Dr. W eaver's Canker and salt rheum syrup
Hungarian Balsam,
Wood's lliir Restorative,
Vickers tetter ointment,
Pet it's eye salve,
Insett Powder,
Syrup black berry root, a sure cure for elysentcry,
Ayres Cathartic Tills,
IbA-'oways ; ' 4 - , . t
tVitgmV Indian' Vegetable Pills.
Brcudreth's do tlo
Bonnet's Plant and Root do
McLane's Liver - do
Swaynes'Sarsapavilla and tar Tills,
University's Jaynes anil Iladway's Pills,
Cambrian Pills,
Cough Remedies Ayres Cherry Pectoral,
Keysers Pectoral syrup Swaynes Syrup Wild
Chern' Universities remedy Jaynes Expecto
rant, Brant's Pulmonary Balsam, Syrup of tar,
wild cherry and hoarhound.
Terrj' Davis' pain Killer,
Radway's Ready Relief,
Mustang Liniment Indian liniment,
Electric oil and Magnetic oil,
Kennedy's Medical discovery,
Brant's Purifying Extract,
Iloofland Bitters, Holland Bitters,
Browns essence of Jamaica Ginger,
Holloway's worm confections, McLancs, Swaynes
and Jaynes Vermifuge,
Thompson's Eye-water,
Cure for toothache.
Cure for earache, deafness, $-c,
IVdin of a thousand flowers,
Hair tonics and Hair oils.
Ebensburg, April 80th 1856. 27.
PRIVATE SAL.I2.
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 conveniences to make
it a pleasant residence. Also One house and
three lots situated at the west end of the new
Allegheny IVrtage Tunnel. The property has
been occupied as a Tavern Stand, where a large
business has licen done. Possession can be had
bv the first of next March.
JOHN KENNEDY.
Sept. 24, 1S5C. St.
ORPIIAXS' COL'IIT SALE.
Y virtue of a pluries order of the Orphans
Court, the following real estate, late th ,
property of Daniel Keefe, eleeeased, will be ex
posed to public sale, at the house of John Godfrey
in Gallitzin, Cambria count-, on ,
Monday, thk IOtii day ok Xovkmbee, 1S5G.
The undivided half of live acre's of land, metre
rr less, adjoining lands of the Pennsylvania Rail
Road Company, Samuel Watts, James M'Closkey
and others.
ALSO 'Pie undivided half ef a lot or a piece
of ground, situate in the village of Gallitzin, ad
joining the Pennsylvania Rail Road, land of Jack
son and Watts, Samuel Watts and others, con
tahiing one fourth ef an acre and twenty-live
perches.
TERMS OF SALE. Or.c half ef the purchase
money to b paid on confirmation of the sale, the
residue with interest in one year thereafter, to be
jl ui eu it j
.i i ...
bond and niortgaire.
WILLIAM FLYNN.
Guardian cf the Minor Heirs of Daniel Keefe,
deceased.
Sept. 24, 1S5G.
roiT.D
0:i last Sunday evening, August 21th, near
the "Welch Independent Church," a Watch
the owner can have his property by calling at
this efiice and proving property.
Sept. 3, 1S50.
Sheriff's Sale.
Y virtue of an alias writof Venditioni Exponas
issued out of the Court of Common P!eas ef
Cambria county and to me directed, there will be
exposed to sale by public outcry, en the premises
in the town of Jefferson, on Saturday the first
daj- of November, A. D. 1850, at 1 o'clock P.
M. AH the right, title and interest of Peter
Dor.ahoe, of, in and to two lots of ground situate
in the town of Jefferson, Cambria county, ad
joining lots ef John Holder, Elizabeth Lilly and
Mrs. Collins now in the occupancy of the said
Peter Doiiahoe.
Taken in execution and to be sold at the suit of
James Doiinel by
jt)IIN ROBERTS, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office 1
Ebensburg, Oct. 8, 185G. J
CSUI2.1T I2XCIT523IC2.VT! !
SiOOGQ DfiLUlS Hi ! ! !
rp HE subcriber would respectfully inform the
J- good citizens of Ebensburg and the adjoin
ing vicinity that he has returned from Philadel
phia, with the largest and most varied assort
ment of GEIOCI2MII2S ever offered. The stock
consists as follows :
Cirocorics: Molasses, Sugars, Teas, Rice,
Candles, Soaps, Fish, Salt, Bacon cc Hams, Hour,
Oat Meal, Corn ile-al, Tobacco, Peaches, Dried
Apples. Salcratus, Baking Soda, Dried Herrings,
Durkee's Baking Powder, Sardines. Mustard, Spi
ces, Holloways Worm Confection. Viuegar.
Conic cl ionaricK :
Candies,
Raisius,
Orauges,
Lemons,
Citrons,
Prunes.
Segars,
Fruits,
Fics,
Nuts of all kinds,
XJquot-S : Cherry Brandy, Blackberry Bran
dy. Raspberry Brandy, French Brandy, Port
Wine. Old Rye Whhkey.
ttritsjtcs, &c : Horse.Swcrpiug, Dus
ting, Scrub and White Wash Brushes. B.'d Cords.
Twine, Corn brooms. Baskets of all kinds. Tubs
and Buckets of all kinds, Wash Boards, Butter
Bowls, Nails, Lamp Globes. Curry Combs. Carpet
Hammers and Tacks, Window Glass of all kindo,
Arnold's Ink, Hover's Ink, Stcil Pens, Station
ary of all kinds.
Together with a largo assortment of otr.c-i arti
cles not enumerated, which will bf wild af cheap
if not cheaper than any establishment ir. tne
county. 10IIARD TUDOR.
Elemburg, Jul 30, i 10. . k.
CATHOLIC Prrtycr Books, Catechisms. R.v
lies and Crucifixes, at J. MDER MIT'S'
Wi Hi am A. Kuna
KITTELL &. MURRAY,
HAVING associated themselves in the prac
ticc of the LAW, will attend promptly to
all business entrusted to them.
Ebensburg, June 14, 1850.
31. 12ASSOIY.
Attorney at Law, Ebenslmrg,
FF1CE adjoining the Post Office.
Pa
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Aug. 24, 1853.
JEFFERSON HOUSE.
(NEAR WILLMORE STATION, PA. R. R.)
JEFFERSON,
CAM IS Si I A CO., Ia.
JOHN Bl'COy Proprietor
ALSO, IX CONNECTION,
M'COY k BLUR'SMCKS.
Will always be in readiness at Wilimore Sta
tion on the arrival of each Passenger Train, con
veying Passengers and Baggage, free of charge
to Hotel, and leave directly via Plank Road for
Ebensburg.
CALL FOR M'COY & BLAIR'S HACKS.
June 18, 1830.
ION HOUSE.
EBENSBURG.
CA9I1SKIA Countj-, Ia.
JOHN ELAIR, Proprietor.
ALSO, IN CONNECTION,
M'COY & ELAIR'S HACKS.
V ill leave the Union House for Wilimore Sta
tion in time to take the Eastern or Western trains.
Every accomodation w ill Le afforded to make
passenger comfort able.
H' MASTER'S
BEAGLE. IIOTEl,
LIBERTY STREET,
13ETWEEX HAND AND SEVENTH,
(Near the Penn'a. R. R. Depot.)
PITTSBURG, PA.
May 21, 185C. 30-ly.
WILLIAM CARR &, CO,
WHOLESALE GR0C RS,
IMPORTERS
And Dealers in FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
OLD M0N0NGAHELA and Rectified Whiskey.
Vf S'JO (1nmmcrci.il l?--
LIDFRTY STREET
PITTTSBURG, Pa.
Sundries
5CO Ebls double Rectified Whiskev.
187 Ells Old Mcnongal.ela Eye AYLUkey, (Part
very choice.)
50 Ilhds N. O. Sugar,
70 P.l lsN. O. Molasses.
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, 185G. 31-
ARE YI WM 1
SURVEYS made and applications taken for in
surance against Eire in the
PROTECTION MUTUAL riHE INSU
RANCE CO MR ANY OF BLAIR
COUNTY, BY
ROBERT A. M'COY. Agent.
Wihnore P. O., Cambria Co.
ValuaLle IScnl i:tatc
FOR SALE.
I will sell at private sale that large and com
modious BRICK HOUSE, bituate on High street,
in the Porough of Ebensburg, 1 eing the property
occupied by Miltun Huberts, dee'd., at the time
of his death. Also, a valuable L OTf GROUND
situate on the Clay Pike, about one half mile from
said Borough, containing 2J acres enclosed and
in a gcod state of cultivation.
Por terms apply to the subscril er residing en
the premises, or to John Williams, in Elcnsburg.
MRS. MALYINA ROBERTS.
Sept. 17, 1856.-tf.
"WANTED '
EN Teachers t take charge of the Schools in
Summerhill School District for four months.
Applicants will be requircel to possess lt Class
certificates Applicants will meet the County
Superintendent in Jefferson on the 25th elay of
October next at one o'clock to be examined by
him. Schools to commence lt of November next
Bv order of the Board,
Wm. R. HUGHES, Sec'y.
Ofliee of Schoed Directors )
Jefferson, Sept 29, 1S56, 3t
Sheriff's Sale. .
BY virtue of an alias writ of enditioni Expo Z
nas, issued out of the Court of C inmon Pleas
of Cambria county and to me directed, there will
be exposed to public sale, on the premises, in the
Borough of Coiicmausxh. on Saturday the first
day of November A. D. 1 850, at 1 o'clock, P. M.
All the right, title and interest of John Me
Manamy deceased, of, in and to a lot of ground
situate "in Conemaugh IWrough, Cambria count'
fronting on Rail Road street, and running back
along Singer street, to an Alley, adjoining lot of
William Elattcry, and having thereon erected a
two story frame house with back building at
tached. Taken in execution and to be se.Id at the euit
of Thomas CampUM. Morris Ticrnan. and N. G.
Murphey, surviving partners of the late Can ot
Ticrnan" Campbell &(.. by
JOHN ROBERTS, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office 1
Ebensburg, Oct. S, 1S5G. j
ESTATE OE UATID DAVIS DEC'SJ.
THE uii.lersigr.cd, Auditor, appointed by the
Orphans' Court or CambVu c i-.idy, t. ex
amine, decide and report, upon the Exceptions
fded to the account of Stephen Lloyd Executor of
Dvid Davis dee'd, and aLo report distribution,
will attend to the duties of said appointment, at
hLs oOice in Ebensburg on Tuesday the eighteenth
day of November next, at one o'clock P. M.
JOHN S. RI1EY, Auditor.
October , 185G. At.
Willi am Eittell.
C. TIK.S. l.OrF.KT.
3'
High Street, Ebensburg, Ia.
"RESPECTFULLY inform -r5
M, the citizens of Ebensburg giVi'-v-and
surrounding country that fV- --t3tei
thfy have received a large a net splendid ossirt
ment of - -
- - a i .
Hi
j and Jewelry of every
"Gold Keys, ;
Vest do. - -Fob
do.
Gold Lockets, -Seals,
Guards,
Steel, & Ura?r Keys
discnption. Also,
Hard & Wileon's cele
brated Gold Peus,
Gold Chains,
Plated do.
Steel do.
S:c., too numerous to mention, all of which will
be sold cheaper than tbcycan 1 bought else
where in this vicinity. Clocks and Waiches war
ranted qtrfxl time ktrers or no sale.
CO CLOCKS, WATCHES, J E WELTI Y and
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS repaired with neat
ness and despatch and warrantenl. Give them a
call at rticir room opposite the "Mountain llcmse"
as they will give 3-011 entire satisfaction.
Ebensburg, May 14. 1850.
K. 31. Gcorjt.
Henry ItcucU
NEW FIRM.
a u n c x 11 .
FjRHE subscribers would respectfully inform the
JL citizens of Cambria county that they have
purchased the Tannery Establishment'at 1 Ic-mlock
Cambria County, formerly owned by A. M. R.
White. The establishment will undergo new re
pairs and improvements 'which will enable them
to manufacture Leather of all uiseiiptions for
country use, also, various kinds of Leather for
the Eastern market.
Cash will be paid for Bark and IIid.es cf aj
kinds, or if preferred in exchange for Leather.
None but practical workmen will be employed
Orders for Leather will Le promptly attended to
E. M. GEORGE.
HENRY REUCII.
May 7, 185C. 28-tf
llxeeutor'S Xotiee.
LETTERS testamentary have been granted
tothe subscriber, 'on tie estate of Mi'ton Rob
erts, de-e'd, by the Register of Cambria county.
He hereby gives T.ctice to -all persons know
ing themselves indebted to come forward :ffrid
make payment without delay, and those hav?ng
claims against the tame to present them properly
authenticated for settlement.
JOHN WILLIAMS ExecW
August 21. 1850.
AI3IIXISTRATOR-S SOT ICE-.
IT ETTERS of administration on the estate ot
S A James Rogers, late of La Crosse, Wisconsin
dec-eased, have been .-granted by the Eefftster io
the subscriber, residing at Hemlock ,?ambi hi co.
Those having claims against saiel estate are res
quested to present thrn, tpropcrly authenticated
for settlement.
MARY JANE SCOTT, Adm'x.
Aug. 27, 1S5G. Ct c. adx.
T ETTERS testamentary have been grantccl "by
B A the Register of 'Can.biia county, t tle sub
scribcr. em the estate of Prancis Gillespie, dee'd
late of Carroll township, Can'A.ria County.
All persons knowing themselves iudebteel to 'said
estate are requested to come forward and settle
without further de-lav.
ISABELLA GILLESPIE, Executrx. '
Aug. 21.185G.
AITUITOIIS NOTICES.
The Estate cf George "Wlsel Deed.
THE undersigned, Auditor, appointed by the
Orphans.' Court of Cumbria County, to mako
distribution of the fuiuis, in the hands of ?eorge
Murray Executor of George "H'h'el dee'd, 'anmngst
the legatees and heirs f said deceased, will at
tend to the duties of said appointment, at his
ofliee in Ebensburg on Monday the seventeenth
dav of November r.oxt at one o'chn-k P. M.
JOHN S. RHEY, Auditor.
October 8, IS'50. At.
Estate of JoI:n .li'Ucel Dcc'd.
THE undersigned. Auditor, appointed by the
Orphan's Court of Cambria County, to makes
distribution of the funds, in the bauds :f Bernard
M'Mcl'1 Executor ef John M'Mccl dee'd amongst
the creditors of said deceased, will attend to the
duties of said appointment st his ofliee in Ebens
burg, en Monday the tenth day of November
next at one o'clock P. M.
JOHN S. RIIEY, Auditor.
Oct. 8, 1S5C. -Jr.
Estate or I'eter 2!ICIckey llct'd.
THE midersigned, Auditor, appointed by the
Oi phans' Court of Cambria county, to make
distrilutien of the funds, in the hands of William
M'Closkcy administrator of the estate of Peter
S, M'Clrkey lec'd, amongst the creditors c f sahl
deceased, will attend to the duties of said appoint
ment s:t his cfiice in Ebensburg on Thursday tho
sixth day of November next at one o'clock P. M.
JOHN S. RHEY, Auditor.
October, 8, 1S50. 4t.
Estate of Jcsepli A. Tcslel, Decccicd.
TjniEREAS, letters of Administration em the
f V estate of Joseph A. Todd, late e.f Alle
gheny Township, Cambria county, de ceased, have
boon granted by the Register ef said county, t
the undersigned, notice is hereby piven to all
persons having claims against saioi estate to pre
sent them properly authenticated for tcttlement
and those imlebted are rcmireel to make pavment
without ek-lay. W2.I. RYAN, Adm'r.
Oct. 1, 185C. Ct
LIST OF LETTERS,
REMAINING in the P.vsi Office at Ebensbur
Pa., tcptemlcr COth, 1 65b :
Mrs. Susan Miller, Dr. J. t'oe-jn r M'Ke-e, Tctcr
Mahan. P. J. Little, James Kane. Paul Kingston,
Sam'l OTIarrah. Isaac Gitfe.rd, Michael Glauber)
Chas. Parren, John Pish, Janie-s 1 )ohci ty.John El
eler, Thomas J. Pulmcr. Jacob Ilceisst ar.n, Eliz
abeth Stermcr.Tohn Cullands,.Iohn Brnillv.Thcnu
as Brown, B. Backfctresler.E. C Allen, iJAlwir.e,
Miss Annie II Wilnarth, (2) Y.'uik A. Well. Ma
ry Varly, Can line Stein, George Slonrda-r. Wil
liam Ih s.i. Mhhael Me-n Jr., M.llne, M .T(t
calfe. M.C. M'CAGUE. P. M.
GOLD Pins and Broastnins Com s Port
monies, and Toys, at J M'Dei mil's
I'.ii'vi, lict i i ens, iuti, vuiiis.;
Lnvtlenxs. Jiouks. &c. ut u&
J. M 'Derma V.
JACOB STAHL.
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