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D. 51 AG ED AJf. C I. IIURKAY.
MAGS SAW & KTJXBAY,
AT TO R X E Y S A T L. A W,
o
FFICENo. 2, "Colonnade How," near the
Couit House.
Uwnnler 7, '54 ly
GCORGB M. REED,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
WILL practice in the several Court3 of Cam
bria, Indiana, and Westmoreland counties.
Office in the Centre st., adjoining (Jen. McDon
ald's dwelling.
Jan.K, ltj51j ly-
CYKIJS 1. I'KUSIilA'C,
tfrmATT at T.fiw. Jnh Tt Kt.nP Hi Pft.
o
ITTCE on Clinton Street, in the Second bto
rv of Good & Pershhur's Store Room.
January 30, 1851 ly-
AUItAII.OI liOl'ELn,
Attorney at Lp.w Johnstown
OFFICE on Clinton Street, a few doors north
of the corner of Main and Clinton.
April 23, 1823.
F.9I.GEOKGR,
Justice- of the Peace, foot of Plane No 4,
A. P. A. K.
"V5 "ILL attend promptly to all collections en-
trusted to his care. Ollice, adjoining the
Post ( Ulice,
July 28, 1S52.
" ir. Geo. 15. Kelly,
OFFERS his professional services to the citi
zens of Jefferson and vicinity, in the prac
t ice of Medicine and Surgery.
Office next door to Mr. Lytle's Store.
May 20, 1S53.
R. L. JOHNSTOX. A. O. Ml-LLiS.
JOHNSTON & MULLIN ; Counsellors aud At
torneys at Law. Office opposite the Court
House, Ebcnsburg, Fa.
Nov. CO, 183-1. p.v
lr. Henry Yeaglej',
Practising Physician, Johnstown, Pa.
O
FITCE next door to his Drug Store, coiner
of Main and Bedford streets.
Johnstown, July 21, 1832.
YX. DAVIS.
JOIIX LLOYD.
Davis & I-Ioyd,
HAVING formed a partnership in th ( Mer
cantile Business, would respectfully solicit
tho patronage of their friends and the public gen
erally. .Call and see us at the old stand of Wm.
Davis.
April 29, 1852.
XOTICE.
ALL persona indebted to the firm of George
Murray, or George Murray & Son, are here
by notified, that the notes and accounts of said
linns have been placed in our hands for collection,
and that, unless payment be mado immediately,
feuits will bo brought to enforce it.
JOHNSTON & MULLEN.
April 11, 1335. tf.
I'nrtnersliip Xotice.
fTMlIE subscribers have entered intoacopartner
JS ship, under the firm of JOHN 11. SAVAGE
& CO., for the general Manufacture of Chemicals.
JOHN II. SAVAGE,
A. M. & 11, WHITE.
Office No. 14 north FRONTS treet.
Philadephia, Jan. 4, 1855
THE notes and accounts of the late firm of
Robert Davis & Co., and Davis, 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, next, as
suits will be instituted after that time.
JOHNSTON MULLEN.
April 11, 1855.
Concmaugh filotel.
MjlilE subscriber wou' . respectfully inform his
H numerous friend and the public generally,
that he baa erected a .arse and commodious HO
TEL at CONEMAUGH STATION Cambria coun
tv. The House is situated near the Penn'a 11. 11.
Every arrangement has been made to make it a
convenient stopping place for the travelling pub
lic. The Table will be furnished with the best
the market will afford. The Bar will contain li
quors of the first brands, in fact nothing will be
left undoue to render it one of the most desirable
stopping places in Cambria county.
GEO. EICHENSIUER.
September 19, 1855.
BBnKSBUIlG FOUNDRY
I"AV1NG purchased the entire stock and fix
JL tures of the El-cnsburg Foundry, the sub
scriber is prepared to furnish farmers and others
with
!o:is1js IMongli I'olnls, Stoves, mm
irons, Threshing machines,
and castings of any kind that may be needed in
the community.
By strict attention to the business of the con
Tii, he hopes to merit, and trusts be will receive
a liberal patronage from those in want of article?
in his line.
All business done at the Foundry.
EDWARD GLASS.
March 22, '35-tf.
CArVSBRIAKOUSE,
J EFFF.IiSON, CAMBRIA COUNTY, TVSS.
fTIHE undersigned takes pleasure in informing
JL his friends and the traveling public, that he
has leased the Cambria House, and having made
niueh improvement in its interirr, he feels confi
de:.', that he will thereby be enabled to render
'OMifort and satisfaction to all who favor mm with
heir patronage.
Hi.; fast and superior MAIL LINE OF STA
J1'-' will always be in readiness to convey passen-
f CiS ! anl lroin the
PEXN'A. RAILROAD STATIONS
to his home, and also leaving direct after the ar
rival of the trains by a good Plank Road toEbens
burg.
fjtj- He will ever be harpy to accommodete his
oi l menus am acquaintances that will tavor I.ra
with a call. JAMES D. HAMILTON.
Jefferson, April 20, 1834.
1JI.1CK SMITH S1101"
J till E subscriber would resicctfuilv inform the
X citixcus of Ebcnsburg and the vicinity that
-he lias rented the SMITH SHOP formerly occu-
I'leu by Jlichael juuague, where he intends to
carry on the BLACIvSMlTHING in all its branch
es. Persons entrusting work to his care can rest
assured that it will be promptly attended to and
at moderate rates. He would also, inform the
citizens that the business of HORSE SHOEING
will bo superintended by himself personally.
Owners of valuable horsed will not be under the
necessity of sen ling their stock to a neighboring
village, as his experience in thin line is widely
known. ISAAC SINGER.
Ebcnsburg, April 0, 1856.
XOTICE.
f 3 II E undersigned would respectfully inform
i the public that he has purchased the inter
est of of Milton Roberts, deceased, in the Grocery
business, and will continue to carry on at the old
stand, and would solicit a shars of the public cus
tom. The books of the firm of Tudor and Rob
erts have been placed in my possession. All
knowing themselves indebted will please call with
me and settf. RICHARD TUDOR.
l4bur, Aujj 2 1st 18G6.
OF THE FIRM OF
DORSEY &L DOUGHERTY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
TOBACCO & SEGAKS,
o. 11 oi th 1 If(h Slicel, Fliila.
ILL Iks happy to receive the orders of his
7 T country friends, and as many others as
ma3' favor the firm with a call. They will al
ways find a full and select assortment of the best
brands of tobacco and segars, which will be sold
on favorable terms.
Scptemler 5, 1855.
ItMHUY.lL!
' The undersigned having removed to the new
building two doors west of the old stand, would
respectfully inform his customers and the public
generally, "that he has lately added to his former
supply of Goods, and keeps constantly on hand
a full supply of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Silk Goods, made-up Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes. Hardware and Cutlery, Carpen
ter's txls. Smith's tools. Nails, a full supply o
assorted Bar Iron, Sheet an.l Hoop Iron.
Stoves and cast hollow-ware constantly on hand
Also, cupper and tin ware. Groceries, wholesale
and retail.
Pine, lVplar and Cherry Lumber bought and
sold.
Goods will le sold at the very lowest prices in
exchange for Cash or Country Produce.
E. HUGHES.
Ebcnsburg, March 15, 1855.
NEW GOODS.
FIRE ! riUK ! ! FIRK ! ! !
THE subscriber would respectfully inform his
friends an 1 the public generally, that he has
removed his stock of merchandize, since the late
"FlitK," to the room formerly occupied by Kane
Si McO'lgan, where he has just received and open
ed out a large lot of Spring and Summer Goods,
which were selected with an eye to the wants of
this community, and will be sold 'dower th.au the
lowest," for cash or approved country produce.
JOHN M,COY.
Jefferson, June 6, 1855.
PANAMA, Leghorn, Empire, Magyar, Palm,
and in fact every variety and style of fashion
able Hats, for sale cheap, at
JOHN M'COY'S.
L
ADIES DRESi GOODS, Lawns, Bareges, Silks,
Chalhes, Swiss, occ, cheap at
JOHN M'COY'S.
S
ALT, Nails, Oils, Fish, &c, very low at
JOHN M COY'S
L
ADIES, Misses', and Giildrens gaiters, a tine
variety, at JOHN M COY'S.
LARGE lot of Ready Made Ctothing of almost
every quality, cheap at JOIINT M'COY'S.
VERY large stock of Boots and Shoes, uncom
monly low, at JOHN M'COY'S.
B
ROYVN and Pleached Muslins from 7 to li cts.
2er yard, of a good quality, at
JOHN M'COY'S.
YOUNG HYSON TEA 50 cts. per pound, Rio
Coffee 8 pounds for one dollar, ai.d other Gro
ceries in proportion, at JOH M'COY'7S.
FORKS & RAKES, Scythes & Snaths, Shovels
ec Hoes, together with a general variety of
Hardware, very cheap at JOHN M'COY'S.
N P. Pe.sons having accounts with the sub
scrilier of over G months standing, arc requested
to call and settle them. JOHN M'COY.
Jefferson, June G, 1855.
Dr. Charles Walters.
FFERS lii a'r-i.v. t.tt tl
initville, and adjoining vicinity, iu the prac
t!ce of Medicine and Surgery.
He may be found at all times when not pro
fessionally engaged, at his office in the buildinr?
occupied by August in M'Connoll, and immedi
ately opposite Farren's New Store, or at the
Mansion House of James M. Rifile.
October 10, 1855.
M. M. 5IAKPLE. K. C. MCChfllE.
J. PATTOX THOMPSON.
Jlarplc, MtCIui-e & Co.
TITE have this day associated with us, J. Pat ton
IJ Thompson. The Style of the firm will be
Marple, McClure & Co. The Business of the old
firm will be settled by the new.
M.M. MARPLE,
E. C. McCLURE.
Philadelphia.
January 9, 185G.
XOTICC.
TT1HE undersigned having disjiosed of their
J. stock and business to' YYm. II. Gardner it
Co., would hereby notify all persons indebted to
them by note, book account or judgment, that the
same must be paid immediately. The books will
be left at the old stand until the 15th of February
next, where those intertsted will do well to cal
G. L. LLOYD & CO.
Jefferson, Jan. 0, 1856.
Having purchased the stock, good-will. &c of
vj. l,. laouov kjo., we wni continue the Dry
Uoods, lirocery and anety business at their old
stand, lhc fnghest prices will be paid for Lum
ber, Grain and Produce generally.
WM. IL GARDNER & CO.
JeffLrson, Jan. 0, S5G.
Ooctor on Fits.
LEVIS EEYNOM
Tailor and Decorator of the outward Tabernacle
MAS removed his shop to the west ends
f t.ll.n o .1 i .... .?
"i i.uii, a. itn uoois west oi tne
Foundrv. vhtrf? Tfnflf.m.n nn.)
- - o ....... .'..v. my i l tunia
will find it to their ailvnnta'rp 11 ti.
- " ' iuu duu-
senber. and net tlipir rlotl.iim 1.1 i-
up and to fit in a style impossib'e to be excelled
by anv ether r-xfabliulmioiit i..
j j " . . tucLuuuiy,
Ehesburg, March Cth 1856-
Positively the Last Xotlcc.
1 HIE undersigned takes this mpt.hfvl
Atj v m v i iii
mg persons who are indebted to him. that
1, 1 . . . . . t . i l . : . l 1. - . i . .
iic iiaa ju.iuv.i ma ooob.s in ine nands ot IJsquir
Williams for collection. Th
. - -v.w mini-
selves indebted will do well to square their ac-
coums in iwo x-cK3 irom tlie date of this adver
tisement and save costs. After which time all
persons not complying will be sued.
MORRIS PATE.
June 18, 185G
Cabinet Ware-Room.
THE Undersitmr? Tinrinr i o..
"pi"" , , uiuiiiiacu me
-vifo,"" slock o; lurmture, Tools, &cofSte-----pheii
Lloyd Jr., would respectfully in
form the citizens of Ebcnsburg, and vicinity, that
he will manuiacture all articles of Furniture to
order on the most reasonable terms
T InfnTr1 is lar"e' consisting of
TALLLS, BLREAUS, STANDS, BEDSTEADS
. CRADLES, &c. . &c. aAljAUb'
AJJ articles manufactured in the establishmen
wiU be finished in a workmanlike manner, emnlovt
ng none but experienced workmen
Fi i a "i ;i0,CEllT EVAXS, & Co. "
Ebcnsburg April 2nd, 185C.
SOJSS OV TEMPttASCE.
Highland Division, No. 84, Sons of Tem
2&gperanee meet dt their Hall every SATUR
Bsan)AY evening, in the upper s'tory of 11.
Dav building.
itraiorAi i
PAUL GRAFF,
MANUFACTURER, AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BOOTS, SHOES, STRAW GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
No. 63 North Third Street,
Between Arch and Cherry,
PHILADELPHIA.
March Cth 135G.
i.oii i iiot si:.
CORPORAL JOHN KIEPFER,
OULD respectfully inform his old friends
and the travelling public that he has leas
ed the Logan House, Hollidaysburg, and is pre
pared to entertain all who may favor him with
their patronage in unobjectionable stvle.
The HOUSE has been newly furnished thro'
out in a style not surpassed by any establishment
in the interior of the State. His TABLE will
always be supplied with all the substantial and
delicacies of the season, and attended by atten
tive servants. In a word, no pains will be s2arcd
to make the Logan a first class house, and noth
ing will be left undone to render its guests com
fortable and happy.
The STABLES, which are extensive, will be
attended by honest and faithful hostlers.
RESTAURANT. The basement is occupied
as a Restaurant, where meals will be served up
at all hours of the day, together with ovsters,
wild game, fish and all the delecacies and refresh
ments of the season. JOHN KIEFFER.
June 4, 185C.-32tf.
1'ublic Sale of Valuable l'roierly.
THE undersigned will sell at private sale his
well known property situated in Susquehanna
Township, Cambria county, it joins the farm of
Wm. Glass, about 15 miles from Ebcnsburg. The
Susquehanna and Ebcnsburg Plank Road, passes
through the farm. The following are the improve
nients, a new Saw Mill in good running trder
4 Dwelling Houses, the one in which the subscri
ber resides is a large building, having all the ne
cessary conveniences attached a large Bank
Barn, 100 feet long by 4G wide, Grancries, &c,
3 Coal Bank? within 80 rods of his residence
and immediately on tlie Plank Road 400 acres
of excellent farming land, with a large quantity
of Pine Timber, together with 150 acres of tim
ber leave all the land lays on the Susquehanna
river. Persons wishing to examine the property
can call on the subscriler at hi? residence. Terms
will be made easy to suit purchasers, as he is de
termined to leave fur the west.
ISAAC GIFFORD
March 10, 1S5G.
Hollidaysburg "Standard," will please copy
3 months and charge this office,
AVITOLESALE AND RETAIL
Tin, Copper, and Sheet -Iron Ware.
MANUFACTORY.
Canal Street, Johnstown, Pa.
THE subscribe respectfully Informs his gZx.
friends and the public generally , thatl
l;e has again commenced the manufacture
of Tin, Copper 'and Sh ct-Iron Ware in all its
branches, at the old stand, where he will be pleas
ed to see all who want any article in 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 Ca.ih System helms adopted, as he hates to
dun, and long credit takes the profits.
Merchants purchasing bills of Ware, would do
well to call and examine prices and quality, which
will be found superior to any offered in tlie cities
sast or west. All orders from one dollar to five
hundred filled with promptness and dispatch.
Price List sent to merchant.! !f
arc-rooms on Canal Street, one door below
the Collectors Office.
r. w, HAY.
Johnstown March 5th 185C.
COOKING STOVES, Large Oven, Etna, Iron
City, Complete Cook. Diamond . anil nf P-t-.u-
ey's celebrated Stoves, for sale at M-M-.iir;i.-tmvr:
retail prices, by
F. W. HAY-
HEATING STOVES, Radiator, Flora, Frank
lin, Carbon, Parlor, and all Parlor or Room
Stoves made in either city furnished low for cash
F. W. HAY
MINERS' LAMPS, Tinware, Copper, and
Sheet-Iron Ware, cheap for cash on Canal
Street by F. W. II AY.
s
POUTING, Roofing and all kinds of Job
work done promptly at cash rates, by
F. W. II AY.
A LL Wallt a firht rate Stoves cheap Tin
CJC ware, or any Kitchen utensil will call with
the cash at the Ware-rooms of
F. W. HAY.
J Tirrsceiveti at tIiestore .edw-akd rob-
1,000 ibs Cod Fish,
10 half Erls Herring, and '
10 half Brls Mackerel:
Feb. C, 185(3.
LANK Summons, Subpoena's, Executions,
i liver l i ctitions. Soik s
fcc. For sale at
this office.
New Wholesale Dug Store
X. SPEA'GEIl THOMAS.
NO. 2G SOUTH SECOND ST., PIIIADELPIIiA.
IMPORTER, Manufacturer, and Duflcr in
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Acids, Dye
Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Colors, White Lead, French
and American White Zinc. Window Glass, Glass
ware, Varnishes, Brushes. Instruments, Ground
Spices, Whole Spices, and all other articles usu
ally kept by Druggists, Including Borax, Indigo
Glue, Shellac, Potash, &c. t
All orders by mail or otherwise promply 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. I rices low and goods warranted
March 12, 185C.
DEXT1STRY.
A. J. JACKSON. S
will be found at Thnm lion'j Af.vmit-
- y mqVUH 3 ' V, J X. lJ W
ain House, wh
ie third week of each month. Office in Johns
town nearly opGDsie th Ccbria Iron Store.
EbesV Mmdu 12 185G.
Farmer's Lools. to'.your Interests !!
I come ivltli Goodi to ClotUe you J Z
THE undersigned would respecfully inform the
citizens of Ebcnsburg, and farmers of the
surrounding country that ho has arrived with a
large STOCK OF DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
consisting of plain and fancy Cassincts a large
variety oi -Jeans, Linseys, llm-red and Flain
Flannels, Blankets, Cvverlbls and Baize. Th;
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, 185G. JOS. G WINNER.
I. O. O. FV
Sir- ni2:hland Lodge No. 423 meets every
sSlgWEDXESDAY evening at their Hall
on High st., in the upper story of
Shoenaaker & Clark's buildin".
A Human LifTe Saved.
Dowa;iao, Mich., March 11, 185G.
J. A. RHODES, Esq.: Dear Sir As I took
your medicine to . til on consignment, " no cure
no pay," I take pleasure in stating its effects as
reported to me Dy three brothers who live in this
place, and their testimony is a fa4r specimen ol
all I have received :
W. S. Coxklix told mc-" I had taken nine
bottles of Christie's Ague Balsam, aud continual
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 mc, but thought I must die. Notning did me
anj' good until I got Rhodes' Fever and Ague
Cure which at once relieved nie of the distress
and nausea at my stomach and pain in my head
and bowels, aud produced a permanent cure in a
short time."
II. M. Coskliu says: "I had been been ta
king medicine of as good a doctor as we have in
our county, and taken any quantity of quinine
and specifics without any good result, from 25th
August to 17th December. But seeing how nice
ly it operated on my brother, I got a bottle of
RHODES' FEVER AND AGUE CURE, which
effected a permanent cure by using two thuds of
a bottle."
S. M. Cosklik was not here, but both the other
brothers say his case was the same as H. M's. I
sold the medicine to both the same day, and the
cure was as speedy from the same small quantity
and I might so specify, Yours with respect,
A. HUNTINGTON.
Tlie above speaks for itself. Good proof as it
is, it is of no better tenor than the vast number
of like certificates I have already published, and
the still greater amount that is continually pour
ing in to me.
One thing more. Last year I had occasion to
Caution the Public in these words :
' I notice one J'trm who have taken one of my
genered circulars, substituted the name of their
nostrum for my -medicine, and then icith brazen
innmdencc end their jnimphht icilt the exclamation,
" Let thejrorictor if any otlicr medicine say as
mnrh if he dares." c.
Now I take pleasure in saying that the Cau
tion referred to the same ' Dr. Christie's Ague
Balsam " that is mentioned in the abo?e cer
tificate. There are several other industrious people who
are applying to their poisonous trash all that I
publish about my fever and Ague Cure, or Anti
dote to Malaria, except the Certificates of Cures,
and the Certificate of the celebrated Chemist Dr.
James R. Chilton of N. Y.. in favor of its per
fectly HARMLESS CHARACTER, which is at
tached to ever' bottle. These will always serve
to distinguish rav medicine from imitations.
JAS. A. RHODES, Proprietor.
Apru -21, LSoG. 3m
Providence, R. I.
For sale by Druggists
enerallv.
FASHIONABLE
CLOTHIKG EMPORIUM.
SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING.
pi HEAT ATTRACTION at the New Store
OT of Evans and Hughes, one door above the
Store room of Shoemaker & Clark, where the sub
scribers are at present receiving and opening a
large and excellent assort men of fashionable
Heady Made Clot lit njj
of the latest and most approved styles, which for
cheapness and durability can not be excelled by
any similar establishment in the county; not
vi.-h:ng to bray, but what we say we wi.l make
good it take the icatcr. Every article in the cloth
ing lint will be kept on hand, viz: sumer Coats,
Sack Coi'ts, Drop do.; Pants, Vests, Cloaks, iyc,
all of .the Utest styles.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinets, Yestings, of all
colours and styles.
Our Department of BOYS CLOTHING promises
a much more extensive selection than usual.
Vc f!Uei ourselves that wc shall be able to
furnish garments suitable for all classes, fitted up
iu such a manner, and on such terms that shall
disarm all competition ; we therefore ask a liberal
share of the public patronage.
EVANS & HUGHES.
June 4, '5G.
GEORGE HCXTLEY,
Wholesale ana Retail,
Tin, Copper, and Sheet-Iron "Ware Manufacturer.
J ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Eb
JLa. ensburg and the public generally, that he
has purchased the Tin Shop, formerly carried on
by Messrs. Davis, Evans fc Co., and will coutin-
ue to carry on ine business in an its various
branches, wholesale and retail. His wares will
lie made of the very best material, and in the
most workmanlike manner. Repairing of all
kinds done on the shortest notice, for cash.
ALSO, 2 louse Spouting made aud put up to
order on the lowest terms, for cash
Also on hand and for su!c, a large assortment
f C ook and Parlor stoves, for coal or wood, Di
ning room stoves, Egg stoves, &c.
Also a large assortment of grates and fire
brick, for Cooking stoves, Coal buckets. Shovels
pokers, smoothing irons, &c. &c., all of which
will be sold low for cash.
Tin-shop and wareroom in part of the building
formerly occupied by Stephen Lloyd as a cabi
net wareroom, and opposite Geo. M'Cann's store.
DC7"A11 orders promptly attended to.
Lhci.sburfi.May 7, 185G. 281y
Hew Firm.
TAYLOR &, JONES,
rir,:a..af o
fTIllIE subscribers would respectfully inform the
JL citizens of Ebcnsburg and the surrounding
vicinity, that they have entered into partnership
for the purpose of giving full satisfaction to all
mankind and in the way of giving fits, they may
be found at rtbe old establishment formerly occu
pied by Beynou and Jones, immediately oj -posit e
the store of Geo. McCann. The public may rest
assured, that all work cutrusted to their care will
be made in a workmanlike manner, and at the
time promised. Garments will be cut accordiug
to the latest fashion.
A. IT. TAYLOR.
JOHN JONES.
Ebcnsburg, March 5th 185G.
m WEST MICH ISSitfcTM,
Or LOCK HAYES, PA.
INSURES Detached Buildings, Stores, Mer
chandize, Farm Property, and other Buildings,
and their contents.
mmpmm
DIILECTOES.
llOX. JOHM J. PEARCE,
Jons 13. Hall,
Chablks A. Mater,
Chaki.es Cuist.
Petek Dicksox,
Hon. G C. Harvey,
T. T. Abrams,
D. K. Jackmax,
W. White,
Thos. Kitchen
Hon. G. C
. HARVEY, Pres.
T. T. Acuams, Vice Tres.
Tnos. Kitchek, Secy.
REFERENCES.
Samuel II. Lloyd,
A. A. Winegardncr,
L. A. Mackey
A. White,
James Qui Grille.
Thos. Bowman, M. D.
Wm. Vauderbelt,
Wm. Fearon.
Dr. J. S. Crawford,
. UpdegrafF,
John W. Maynard,
James Armstron
lion. Simon Cameron, jllon. Wm. Bigler.
J, C. NOON, Agent.
Ebensburg, April 9, 1856.
B
ASKETS Clothes, Toy and Work Baskets
at , J, M'Dermit's.
THE GREATEST ATTRACTION ! !!
J. 3IOORE & SOX
HAVE just opened at their old stand; in the
Frough of EU-nsburg, the richest and
rarest, the finest and cheapest assortment of
nil JSD WINTER GOODS,
ever offered to the people of Cambria County.
Unusal care was taken in the selection of these
goods, and care has been taken that nothing with
in the range of a Country store, nor anv ways
near it, but what they can supply to the'ir cus
tomers, at leasts cheap as they can be had in
tho country.
Their stock of Dry Goods is unprecedently
large, embracing Cloths, of every variety and
texture, Sat met ts, Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans,
&c, &c, Flannels, Sheeting, Shirting, and
made up Clothing of every description. A great
variety of
LADIES' FANCY DRESS GOODS
of all patterns and at all prices.
Laces, trimmings, gloves, mitts, &c. Their
assortment of hats, caps, boots, and shoes, is
complete and unsurpassed.
GROCERIES & LIQUORS, of every variety
aud quality. A well selected variety of Hard
ware, Cutlery, and nails. Also, Quecnsware and
Glass; Paints, Dve stuffs,
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
And all for snle low for cash, or given in ex
change for country prodrce. Givn us a call.
J. MOORE & SON.
Ebcnsburg, Nov. 0, '54.
COACH MASITACTOUY.
THE subscrilier would respectfully inform the
citizens of Ebensburg, and vicinity, that be
has removed his shop to MOORETOVVN, where
he has every facility- for carrying on a large busi
ness, and hopes by using none but the best mate
rial, and employing none but the best workman,
he hopes to convince all who will him the
favor to examine his work, that in xint of dur
ability, appearance or cheapness, it cannot be
excelled by any similar establishment in the
State or elsewhere. Persons wishing a bargain
in the purchase of a carriage , will con
sult their own interests by giving him a call.
They are prepared to supply the following kinds
of vehie'os, viz :
Buggies of different qualities and prices, Bar
ouches, Chariottecs, one and two horse rockawavs
close quarter cliptic and C-Spring Coaches; "second-hand
w ork of different kinds,"S:c., makim' a
variety thatwill suit all tastes and all purses
Repairing done with neatness and despatch
ROBERT GALBREATII
Spt.2a0, '54.
m UM OF COU'IIL'S
From Ebensburg to Willmore Station !
THE Subscribers having associated themselves
together, have put upon the Ebensnurg aud Jef
ferson Plank Road a double
Daily Uue or CJiaise Coaches,
would say to the Public that they will spare no
pains to carry passengers to and from Willmore
Station with all despatch and comfort.
03 -Coaches leaving Ebcnsburg at 7.IX) A. M.
Connecting with train going west at Wilm'-re
Station at 11.33, A. M.
Leaving Ebcnsburg, at 3.15, connecting with
train goin east at 4.48-, P. M.
Leaving Ehensburg, at So'cl'k, P. M., connect
ing with train west at 8.12, P. M.
Leave Willmore Station for Ebensburg on the
arrival of every train, both East and West.
The Public may rest assured that there will be
a coach alhvays at the station on the arrival of
the cars. THOMPSON & HAMILTON.
Ebensburg, November 9, '54.
Gto.AV.Todd, with
COARAI) &. WALTO.V,
Importers & "Wholesale Dealers in Hardware,
Cutlery, &c, No. 255 Market Street,
Philadelphia.
KEEP constantly on hand the genuine Timo
thy Slack's Augers, Wm. Menu's, Beatty's,
and Hunt's superior Axes, Conrad & Walton's
superior IK'hshed Steel Sliovels. Darling & Wal
dron's Grass and Cradling-Scythes. Conmon and
Patent Scythe Snaths, Patent Clothes Pius, S,-c,
&c, which they offer for sale on reasonable terms!
to country dealers only.
January 25, 1855.
Peter 3lcGough,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE and SCRIVENER,
Clearfield township, Cambria county, Peuna!
Collections and other business will be promr-tlv
attended to. 1 J
Ma3 9, i?54.
J as Evans.
EVAS EVANS.
A Change Hew Firm !
milE TUBLIC ARE HEREBY INFORMED
I th.-.t the partnership heretofore existing under
the firm of Evans, John Hare, Evan E.Evans
and Hugh Jones, has been dissolved. Mr. Hare
retiring. The firm as it now stands will carry
on the business in all its various branches at the
old stands. The Tannery will be under the su
perintendanee of John Evans at the old stand
formerly owned by J. Moore. Tlie Shojinaking
business will be carried on as usual a few doors
cast of Snyder's Hotel in all its branches.
The highest market prices will be paid in
cash for hides. Chestr.ut and Hemlock Bark in
trade
They have constantly on hand a large assort
ment of French calf-skin, Men and Womcns' Mo
rocco Boots and Shoes, and are prepared to cxe
cuta work on the shortest notice.
Being practical workmen themselves, and using
none but the very bcit materials they are confi
dent they can execute work as .well and as cheap
as any estaWishment in the country.
April JU,
Joint JVIiccgo,
Manufacturer and Dealer in all Kinds of Cigars,
Snuff, Chewing end Leaf Tobacco. Montgom
ery St., Hollisdaysburg, Pa.
Constantly on hand, a fine and well selected
stock of Spanish, and half Spanish cigars,
at the lowest possible juices. All articles sold at
this establishment are warranted to be what they
are represented.
August 8, 1855. ly.
C. W. Wngrard.
ATTOUSKY AT 1-1 W
EBKNSHCI1G, FA.
WILL practice in the several Courts of Cam
bria, Blair, Huntingdon. Indiana and Clear
field county. Office one door west of Dr. Wm.
Lemon's.
03-Also Agents for the sale of Lands in Caml
bria and adjoining Counties.
03-Also Agents for the Union Fire Insurance
Com pan y.
March 26. 1850.
RICHARD JOAES,
Justice of the Peace, Ebensburg, Pa.,
TluTTLL attend promptly to all collections cn
f ? trusted to his care. Ollice, adjoining Ins
dwelling.
July 21, 1852. tf.
w
HITE Beans, and Dried Fruit, for sale
at J. M'Dermil's.
Y ADIES and Children's hoes and Gaiters at
Ji J. M 'DERM IT'S.
G
ROCERIES, Candies, Nuts and Crackers,
at J. M Dcrinit s.
LOUIS LUCKHARDT
WATCH JIAKCR, AXD DEALER l
mill WATCHES 11 JEffLBY
i a nit, unuersignci respectfully
- iegs leave to -miorm the
f"M fl 7111 L' J -f" T , .1 , . t ..... n 3 -
that he has iust received Anl r,..V . v??tL
opening the largest stock of Clock. WatcJies and
-tuj,civr uiuinuo Jonnstown. vitJiovt ex
ception, which will le sold " cheaper than the
cheapest." IIjh prices will altcays be uniform
One customer t ill not be charged more for the
same quality of goods than another. A List of
some of the arficles comprise! in the asorti jent
is annexed. Prices may be ascertained, r
goods examined, at the Store on Main Street
Gold Hunting English Levers,
Gold Detached Levers, full jewelled,
Gold Lopines. 4 holes
Silver English Levers,
Silver Detached Levers,
Silver Lej.ines, GMd Guard Chains.
Gold Vest Chain, Gold Pencils, with P-n-
Gold Tencils, Gold Medallions.
Silver Extension Pencils and Pens,
Gold Breastpins, Ladies and Gentlemen,
Gold Eardrops, Gobi Earrings,
Gold Finger Rings, Gold Cuff Pins,
Gull and Silver Watch Keys, Portajcnaic-
Ladies' Fans, fancy aud plain,
Silver Tablespoons',
Silver Teaspoons, Silver TLlmbl.s
Plated Table spoons, best,
Plated Teaspixins "
Silver G bard Chains,
Plated and Brittania Tea Sett,
Violins and Bows, Violin Strinps, Ac.
Colt's and Allen's Revolvers, 0 inches'
Gold Bracelets. Accoi.7enn
Silver and Plated Spectacles, Ac, (Src, Ac
C3- Ai.r. sorts of Watches, Chxks and Jewbr
repaired with promptness and at low rafts. Con
fident that l.c cannot be undersold, the undcr-i""-respectfully
solicits the confidence and patro'-aff
of the public. LOUIS LUCKHARDT
May 14, 1850. 20-ff.
Tlie War Ended ! !
H 1 1 1
E
-1DU ARD ROBERTS has arrived how; witk
-A a larc stock of choice t-
tern cities, which he will dispose of on terms to
su-.t all customers old as well as new ones. Hi
stock has been selected with great enre whicli
for quality and quantity cannot be Uat'cn thi
sule of Jordan. The stock consists tf
Foreign and Ameri- Ticking,
can Cloths, Ahnxicas.
I la in C 'assimcrs, D la ints, A 'e a Sfulet
2-aiicif do.
Cobtirn Cloths
s. , ....
Satiiutts,
Kentucky Jeans,
I'trccds,
Black Silks,
Fancy Silks
A etc Style tf Prints T
Vcxtings of ,dl kinds, (Zingnuns,
Siirts and Draiccrs. (dicoes
Cravats,
Jf'jndkcnh iefs,
Gloves and Hosiery,
Flannels,
Voohn Fluid
Shirt in j JLish'ix,
Sheeting ty.
A huge supply of HARDWARE, QVEES-
Call at the store of E l. Roberts if von wish to
purchase goods and at lew prices. We consider
it no trouble to show our a-xxis , walk inland
judge for yourselves. EDWARD ROBERTS
Ebcusburg, April 23,180.
1.S51-.
PALL&WLTOR600D8
RODGERS Jt JONES
T-TAVf J" received and are now displavin- a
, cf;fuU' sc,'ted stock of fall and wiuTer
goods. Ihcir stock consists of Dry Gooda of
every description an.l qualify suitable fr il,
present and approaching seasons. A very hand t
some assortment of Broad cloths, (iusimercs
satmetts, Jeans, A c, &. ijeadv ma.le t lutil,-n,
LAr.ii' tJo..i.s Such as line men noes, a fine
assortment of silk and avooIcii plaids everv
variety of De Laines, and fcilks of every derir
tion. J 1
SHAWLS An unusually handsome vartv
broche and woolen, of all sizes, qualities and
prices.
PRINTS Foreign and domestic, of everv price
and quality. 1
BOOST & SHOES The very bett selected st-x k
in the market.
HARDWARE A- CUTLERY Builders an 1
Mechanics are requested to call and examine onr
stock of Hardware, and the attention of house
keepers is called to our cutlery.
GROCERIES Their stock'of Grocciies is ua
usuaily larse. consi.-tii;" of .siifir
. - - . " .WU1.V, lLl 11 vl
ses, rue. tea. pepper, fish, aud salt.
a X 1 V 1-, -
jij lamts ana ciye stnlls, wooden ware,
and clocks. In short a full and imnl-ta ..J
of everything cither for show or use, that can find
its way into a country store, all of which will be
sold on the most reasonable terms for case or
country produce.
1 hey return thanks to their friends for pa: t
favors, and respectfully a-k a continuance of
tfccm- RODGERS & JONES.
Ebensburg, Nov. 9, 'ol.
JOHN PARKE'S
Jolmstown Marble IVoiKs,
Franklin Street, nearly opposite the new Metho
dist Church, Johnstown, Pa.
MONUMENTS. Tombs, Grave Stone. Man
tels, Tabic, and Bureau tops, manufactured
of she most beautiful and finest quality of foreign
and domestic marble, always on liana and made
to order as cheap as they can 1-e purchased in the
East, w ith the addition of can lagc. From I-jur
experience in the business and strict attention
thereto, he can assure the jmblic that all erricis
will be' promptly attended to and the work finish
ed in the best an 1 most handsome manr.er.furnishj
ed to order and delivered at any place dt-sirod. -
ALSO. Grindstones of various grits and siz?sr
suitable for farmers and mechanics. Sold by
wholesale or retail.
CTFor the convenience of persons reading in
the east and north of the county, specimens may
be seen and orders left with Stephen Lloyd, t
his cabinet ware-rooms in Ebensburg.
Purchasers are invited to examine stock and
Trices. fjune 20, 1855.
Tombstones! Tombs Stones I
RICHARD JONES respectfully informs the
public tlu he is prepared to furnu-h all kind
of Tomb Stones, of Italian and American Marble,
manufactured in the latest style, and lettered ac
cording to any directions.
His yard is situated at the south part of the
town, where a large assortment of articles in his
line are alwaj-s kept en hand.
From long experience he feels confident be can
please all tastes, and he therefore hopes to be pat
ronized by a generous public.
June 17, 1853.
DRUG AND MEDICINE STORE.
THE undersigned would inform bis many
friends in the town and country, that be Laa
creccivd a new and lanre assortment of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
He solicits the patronage of the public, and
gives the assurance that every kind of ordcrscbucs
as RECIPES, Src, promply, rand to lower prices
as in other stores will be attended to.
FREDERICK SNYDER.
July 20,1854.
500
assorted pieces of Stone Ware, just re
ceived at the Cheap Store of
E EOT. CRTS.
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