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. THE BLESSINGS OF GOYESNMEKT, LIKE THE DE7S OF HEAVElf, SHOTILD BE DI3TEI3TJTED ALIEE XJPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR.
EBENSBTJRG, NOVEMBER 12, 1858.
VOL. 4. NO. 3.
m a m
THIE DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish
el every Wednesday morning, iu Ebensburg,
Cambria Co., IV;, at l 50 per annum,' IF vaiv
in ADVAScn. if not 2 will be charged.
ADVERTISEMENTS will be conspicuously in-
serte.l at toe loi.owui raics,
1 square 3 insertions,
Every subsequent insertion,
"1 8'ii;ro 3 months,
1 C "
" 1-year, r
' col'n 1. year, ;
. Business Cards.
0r Twel ve linos constitute a square
p-mb nil wow1'""" J
, 5 CO
n5 rnrilT siC.31
or VALUABLE TIT" AT IHS'I'A'IL"
Y virtue ut an order ff the Orphan's Court
i r" t !). r.m:it v of Cuubria, the undersigned
w;d expose tp--ihiio sale at the house it Jsytces
ter Weaklaud, at Ciies Springs, i;i CiearfkU Tp.
Cambria eouatv, on
SATURDAY-TIIE STH DAY OF NOVEMBER
ii-xt, at on o'clock in t!ie at'terno :i. the follow
ing real estate of which Michael M'Dermitt died
sebWl, sitnttcl in the towmlrp and county aforc-r-aiti,
being allotments "os. 2, 3. 4. and 5. us
r.wntioaul and described in itvi inrpaisiuun had ol
the real -est at of th'; '-aid !i-ia-4e:t. viz:
. Bo 'iiiu'iii'C at a chcrrytrcc, thence
west, by lind of David Sutton,
1 j pcrc!:v's 1 1 a p st. th-a-.
cist, bv land.s of Mathew I rory. i"3 p'-rvhes to
j pino.th-'ncj soa"n, oy lay 1 i-i o ui;e.. iji.m-wi
i-adlit No. or.e, 110 perches t a .stone, thence
by lot No. one, c:ut 1 3-10 pcrclies to a jwt.
tho-.i.-e south b division line bet wees: !o.s N.s 2,
nl 5, 123 perches to a .sugar then.-e. we.t. by
thoAshUa l Furntrc pro;vTty. 00 i".rc! es to a
-pr;KV, th -'-.ice north, by land ot Jacb N agner,
30 porches to a s;igar. t'lence north 22i !eu'rees
west bv 1 in I of Ja:ob Vaga?r and JannM Ste
phens," 152 psrehos t-i thf p'.aoc of b.-ginrrag.
containing ISf aor-'ft and ait iwance a portion of
which is eleare 1 and having tln-rc -n erected a h.g
i:..u-e and a log stable in the u-jciipaney of Lucas
No. C Bcginningat a prs t c-.rner of lot
,-0. 3, thence east by lot N). 1. b'O perches to
a pu.t, thvncts iitt.h,by division line between lots
Nos. 1 4, 2"2 p-rehes t.) a p...-t. tiien? west
'Vvtho AVr.lr.nd Funi ico property, 4T ptivh.es fo
i.ivo'o. tiioTir.P north to degrees wet, by same, 17
jifr-h-'i t) a pin?, thence north by &ame, 4' de-.".-ojs
w;t. 10 perches, to a pot, thence n'.rth
bv siv? and lot N. 2, 130 perches to the place
of I -co m;hig, containing 2O0 acres and aliownnce
si n ill p rti'"h of wliich is cleared.
J . 4. l;,?gi;m:.ng at a p.--t a eomorof l it
3. thenre east by lots No. ,e a 1 Hve, 1 38
rorjhe. t a pine, thence to ith 3 den e.s went, l.
1 tnd warranted in the name t.f J .hn iJarns. lit!
per -he-i to .1 white o ik, thence s ,nth 33 d--gv: c
bv same l';7 perches to a pt. thence
-eii'oy Ah!ail Ftirna-c property, f.rtyiita
"i l a-h"df perches to a i .. t!n:;u c U'-rth. by lot
N . 3. 232 perches to the pU'-e . a beru-i-g. eon
lti'ni 170 a-'re and nil wa:v e aiwut 30 acre
..f wl-.ich is c:e..red. and having thens-n trec'.el a
l ewod lug hou.iC.
"N . o. IJeg'ntiing at a f'.st. then -e by 5 t
Nj 1, and h.nl of James I;ing':-, north '.:0-.
rerches to a chestnut oak. tlien- e east l v land
warranto I in toe urns 01 .1 nn j..... -juimi-
ehc.it a post, thence s - mi IV Hi degr-s west, i I
Imdof M'l)cT"dt and M'Guire and tract in nann- i
. f John U.irn- 2')0 p-rches to a spruce, t'mnce v i
.1.1 n Tte.rn:;. north 47 lic-'lics wvM 13 perches. ..
ii spruce, thence, by s-une. iiorth 88 degree west
p-rc'ics to a pm-s thctitc oy u-i ,o. i.u-'ni.
d-re..-s west 10.) p'.!rc!ust piaco of beginning
itciinini 2o3 arr-s an 1 allowance.
TERMS OF SALE. One tnird of tne pur
chase in-ney to be paid n confirm .ui"ii f the
hales and the ic-Une i;i two e pid annu. I pay'
inents tho vaf;er. with in tt n A . to be s.-' ii- cd by
the Ju lj;:i-.nt Eon Is and Mortgage ci the pur-
P. p. The Tru.itte aiuve named will i-e at
'Ashland Fmnue. at in in, hi the day previous
to the b de. and will point out the property to
persons wlv may wish to luako rv x.oniuation
c.f the premises and will meet him t! crc.
October 8, lShG.
JSlT GOO!)3, 5C.V GO J US.
THE subscriber takes pleasure in auno.mcing
to his numerous customers, an 1 the jniblic
gc!ifrall', that he ia now opening one of the
largest and most tlesirable stix-ks of
FALL AND W.NTIZR COODo !
"'er j. resented to this community. I,.s stock
consists chiefiv of the following 'i. :
LADIES DRKSS GOODS!
such as T.dn, YLtcttcs, Si awls, S Iks, Meri
nos, Cxihmeres, Woolen Plaids, De L lines. De
B-iges, Alpacas, Oinglkams, Calico; LONNET3
Pwibbons. (i.liars, Trimmings. &c.
, GFN'TLEMEN'S CLOTHING!
snch as Over Coats, Dress O .ats, Pants, Vests,
Shirts, Drawers, Also a hirgc stock of
-such as Brown and Bleached M-'sli'n, Drill,
Dtnimr: S.'iirtinfls, Cherts. Kentucky Jean.". .VaV
n'Jj, CasMmtre, liaioidd LiwUejif, lrtin.j.
Blanket. Sfc; Also . .
Bots, Shoes, Hats, dp.-Trunks, Hardware.
Q icensware, Glassware, Tinware, and a Iarge--wock
of - . -
11 TTi-vuM solicit Furmcrs who are iii wsr.tof
GOOD CORX SMELLERS & STRAW CUTTERS
to cil and examine hi s st xrk ; he would, wish
.-Uso to inform them that he has made sirr.mgc
iiicnts to supply them with ail kimls of.FEU
'TILTZERS, such as Peruvian and Mexican Gu
. nrvs, t'.c. lb; invites one and nil to come !ind
-examine his large ami well selected Sto k, before
-purchasing elsewhere, as he is determined to sell
at smaller profits than ever bsforc known in this
-vicinity. rTho ON K . PJIlCIi SYSTEM will bo
continued as heretofore, s ) that parents maj eml
t'neir children to make purchases with as much
advantage as if thov went thcms'-lves,
' Tunnel Hill, Oclorr 3, 1830. ' ,
ALTj peroons indebted to . the estate cf Milton
liulicrU. dee'd, fr costs as Prothonotary and
Clerk of the Quarter Sessions are hereby notified
to mak payment without delay, as it will be ve
ry unrdeas.iV.t for me to have to resort to compi.I
ory mci-uret and thereby add costs, which will
be imperative unless paid shortly. ;""
Howard J. Roberts, of this borough is duly au
thorized by ma to receive said feHs and rcce pt f r
the same, -lie wid nttend for that purpose, a
the Prothonotary'-office. in Ebensburg.at theen
euiLg Court in Dcccmlx-r next.
JOHN WILLIAMS, Ex'r.;
EWri'ir;,0;t.5, JSIC tl
Cambria County. : .
Edward Dark )
vs. " I No. 29 Dec. Term 185G
Wm. II. Hamilton nd- i
ministrator of Wm. 2nd al. Scire Facias.
1 5.1 melt, dee'd. J
Cambria County s.
The Common-wealth, of Pennsylvania,
To the Sheriff of Cambria county,
G RENTING :
Wiiekeas, ' Edward Burk, heretofore in our
County Court of Common Picas of the County ot
Cambria, ta wit : on the 2d of January, Anno
Domino, one thousand tight' hundred and forty
nine, before the honorable the Judges then con
stituting the same Court at Ebensburg, by the
coiis.deratiiiit of the same Court,- recovered against
ttTJI ... II l?,mi5'hm n.ki.V r.f Willi-ini Paris.! t
tain debt of thirty three d
Mars an 1 'Mxtv-ctuht
cents, lawful money of the United States, as r.lso
ten dollars an. 1 sewnty an t three-fourth cents,
like money, which to the said Edward Ihu lc, in
our .-.aino Court weic iiiuilgetl for his damages,
which he sustained by tlie detention of that h I t,
with, interett on the debt from the 2d day of Jan
uary, one thousand eight hundred and f ji ty-nine,
wliere f ti e sai-i adio'r ot Wm. IJ.irnett wa con
vict, as of record and proceedings in our s-id C'urt
bet -re our Judges t Ebembnrg, remaining, tuan-:!esil-
;ipears. Nevertheless executivn f the
same Judgment as yet remains to he made, as by
the insinuation of Edward IU.rk we have received
and localise we aTe willing that those things which
are right in our s;dd Court should be done, we
command you that you make known to Alex.
Pringle, adm'r. dc bonis 11011 of Ym. Harnett.
?jt with notice to lbibert liarneti. Mrs. Sarah
E. Fiinglo and Alexander P.. Piin.-Ioher husb;.n 1
The idoro n.'.rnctt, Mary Jane Ihirnett and Harry
Harnett children and heirs at law of William D.ir
m tt deceaseil that tl.ey bo .and up pear before ti:T
Judges at Kbenshurg, at our County C urt of
Gunmon Flea?, there to Ve held, on the first Mon
thly in December r.oxt, to show if anything f r
t!ien!st!ves they 1; now or have to say, w!iy t!;e
a!"oisaid Iv.lward E.rk ought r.t to lavc execa
tioii of th'O debt f.nd damages aforesaid Ticcor.'hng
to tlie form and -:;'.jct of tl;e said recovery, if to
him it sha'l e-:n exp-j. ient. Aud have you then
cud there this w. it.
Witnms, the llonoial-L' Cu.rge Tnjlor. Pre:i
dent of our same Curt at Ilhensburg, this thh
tt ent'i tlay tf September, in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and tiftv-six.
A true copy, II. J. UOHEl.TS, I'rot'y.
C31 Si s : S5 i-SER'fi XTI C E.
Til" C .nimi.-Mot.er. appointed by the l-curt f
Coinmo'i i I j.is ( f Cambria couutv. to take the
icstitii- nv ii.'t'nc matter of the petition of (ircen- j
i-ui-g Taylor. I ' r a ih-.-ree of sin-citic ix-rformati'-e '
f a coirritct entered into with Dani-..-! O'Xeefi
o hi.-b.' iiioe ht rei y jiv.-s notice to nil inteies
!iri' t i :Ol ii.Iiik I
1 i:.ai ne m.: j.iti i 10 11 e ontas i s;u. an-
..: . ... 1 r - r.- -.. .. i 4
,).oi.o.io. :u Lis t L.t Ill 1 LI lr I l;l t T. Oil .lo!l
::iv. I .Hi t.av e! Aoveilil-ir I (Xt. it one o
.lo. k. P. M. A . C. MUI.L1N, ComV.
El disbiirg. Oct. 13. IfiWit.
CO n 31 1SMO 2. .S SOT I V
!I V C aonii. s:- ncr, ap; i:.te 1 i y the Cviirt rf
C i:tiiti.u 1 I 'a- . f C.irr.hria count v. to take the
t.Mfim-u.y iu t: e i.;..:ier . f the petit:, n of James
M,'Cy, for a ilccn e if sj-ei-itlj pevf -lnian-.c f :
c.-ntr ct entered .Vh D.inh I UKcefe, in his
hfe!i:n 1 eo-oy gives n-.tiee to all interested, that
. e wid attend to the -lir. ies of said appointment,
at i::s t true in Mi.'en.-i urg, o: M n.day. the 17th
dav of Novciaber next, at one o'c!o k. F. M.
A. C. MULLIX, Com'r.
El ensburg. Oct.. 13, 1S33. 4t.
flSIIE subscrlher has hist received from f-
Jl the East a large a- I splendid stock f.fg.
f new Goods of tij'j foil wi ng articles, all
of the be.-t rpnVhty, Grotci ies such as
Tea, and Syrup
Molasses, a little
of the b.-st that has
ever been - brought to
tl.i's t -wn WToi-p. ALSO
St:;reh Grn which i- vcr'
tlclieious for fwd, in fact lie
has everything that is in the
Grocery lire. ALSO A gm.d'as
' sortnieiit of fancy stationary and no
tions. ALSO he' has s.ddi-d his
.stock a good ass rtment of lIAliV'ES'l
TOOLS, .which is very inipoitant to the
Fanner at this time, txuisisUng of the fol
lowing articles such as
FOJih'ti, ' '
HAKES, fyc. all of a g.x-l .juiil
ity,' ALO A itooti assort
ment of DRUGS and
ru e n t ion.
Also A large lot of GOOD FLOUR. ALSO
PAH III OX, 2 AILS, and GLASS.
C 1! and see and ix uiiine h r yoursil ves, you
wdl n-.t n gret bv doing .so. ' . :
Ebcnsbcrg, July 0, 1830. 37.
to Tiiisii.iKi:iio:KSr yzziz
SMALL FRY GIFT ENTER I RISE.
fBIlE flattering success the proprietors of the
J-L Smnl! Fry Gift Entei j.ri.-e " have met
wstli, has enabled them tomakesuch report to the;
Cunmittec, that said Committee have thought
proper to meet in Aito-.na, on frioAY, 17th of
Octolx-r, 18o6, to distribute the property f the
Enterprise. it is desired that as many mem
bers as can, will atti-nd the distribu'ion. As there
are yet a few tickets ims hi, in the hands of agents
they are i'cucsteil te u:.e a lit tie cxertio i to dis-puse-
of them, and nmkc their returns as soon as
J. D. HAMILTON,
Mi. IL JOLLY,
G. F. M'CABE.
Committee Room, )
Altoona, Aug. 1
"Who Owes IV
THE Rooks of the subscribers have be?n placed
in the liands of John Williams,' Kso., for, col
lection. ' ' J ' ' :
" MURRAY ZAT1M".'
MURRAY, ZAI1M & G.
Ehmshurg. Doe. 20. 1835. - . " .
ADIES' Elastic Belts, Black and fancy col
In (lie owrt of Common Ilea
Asriwtl of tZic 'trains al VHHi.iore
-.' Station. r
The Fast Line resumcil its regular trip m
Monday May 19th. Tiie following is the schedule
of the train parsing East and Witt.
l'x press Y"eit, .
Mall Traiu East
Fast Line .
10 o'clock, 12 min.
8 42 "
P. M. .
11 13 "
' G . 62 "
Hacks leave this blatioa imrriC iiately after the
departure o the trains for Lbcr.sburg. -
THK LOAG I.OUIiEU FOlt HAS AT
i wws ww
The largeit, best, and cheapest assortment of
S, Bernei would res'iectfol! v inform te citi-
1 zcus of Ebeu.sburg r.ial surr. uooing country, that
j he has jmtVpc-neii 1 ut at his new e.-taah.-lm ent.
j near the C-inr. Mouse, one of the largest, m ot vn
I rie l, elegant aud cheapest assortiuent of Clothing
ev r t.rought to tnis or any other place. .
Ilis.itocl; is uri'piesiioTiabiy the lichest aisd ra
rest ever iniiw rie l to tl e top of the Al'e;h-n;es.
I and embraces evervtlnntr that can be enumerated
r con. eived in the Clothing line, consist i.:j of
O.-ercoats of all sizes and qualities fr-.m $3.00 to
'-'.its " " $l.f0 to $20, no
Pants . " .73 to $3.00.
Vets ' $0.7r. to $8.o0.
Also, a full assia tmcnt rS k N' cke;ehief .
Scarfs, II itiilkerchiefs, Siiirt.i. LTr.dershii is, Draw
ers, Socks. Ct.infoits, Collars,' Travelling Dae;s.
&c. &c. '
It is useless to attempt to five r.nyifcing like a
ireiaral e:mnierfioii, ns tlie tad; would U' .1 dif
ficu't one. but in hen of this, the public, are :ii"st
cordially invitel to call and examine if thotf Lh
the lest of barirains. .
Ebcoburg. July CO. 1 &r;0. 10-ly.
TO Til H STOCK IIODKRS OF THE JEITTlii
SON S,- EUENSBCIiC FLANK LOAD Co :
You are !;eivhy notilied to mr-ct al the Cambria
IloiiaC,iii Je;:'er.-ori, on Sitnnkiy the 20tli day o!
Si-pt. inl e.:- next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. A general
attendance is rcjiie.-tcd. Ti'-e propriety of in
creasirg tlie tolls will La considered, aud other
business of imp.! tauce.
Py onler of the IJ.-ird of Directors.
Wn:. R. HUG IHIS, ScaV.
Aug. 23, 1830.
Valuable ri ov riy (or feaie.
Th? subs. Tiber oilers las fann at private sale.
j kllfiiL.tmr n.f. Il'..a .n.l ..i.rl-f . i . .if........!
. ' 51 . ......
Ill I L.J
nip. liniiana county, Pa... a'umt
lines norm oi .rrongstcwn. llie land is in
1 .1 r it . . til
i a 'j'X'l htate of cultivation, with sixtv
i cleared, and under fence,
The re is ids.". etectl
on toe. propeitv a two
ory frame dwH:ug
lloi.se and ;u. excellent. Saw Mid, capable- ol
cutting 2000 f-et of lumber iu twelve hours.
The property will be ohl fxceedingly low.asti.e
sub.scril tr w ishti to go West.
Sept.. 3, IS3o-3t
j ETTEI1S Tevtau entary on the estate of ft . cs
1 A Morgan l ite of Cambria tovnship, Cambria
Cun'y dee'd, have 1 1". n granted to the subscri
ber bv the Reiirer of said coi.mv. aud he herchv
j liotilies all jxTSi.ns knowing theniselves Jo 1" in-
debted to said estate to n.afcc immediate pavincnt i
j and tlmso Laving (l.iims :ig.iii,: t sr.id estate, to
present tlitm only nut! eutiiUed for sc't ctnejit.
EVAN R. MORGAN, Executor.
Aug. 27, ISnO.
Jrom the snbci ibe r iu A'oghaney T-'-wnship.
JaJ Auguit 4th A B .y Rimed NathanieZ Ben
don agt;d about I3eir. I e action any persons
ti harbor ur trmt said l)..v on iov account.
.T01iN B. MYERS.
Lorett, Ar.sr.st. G. 1S30.
" AKCtDK i.SiT5:i.,
HENRY FOSTER, PROPRIETOR.'' '
The subscrilwr would respeclfuily inform ihe
citizens of Cimbria ou ity ..n I u e t ravel !:n.
public generiddy. that he has leased f r a lHiinber
of years the idnv H tel. and furnish, d it in ;
manner fii;d. if not superior, to many Hot Hs in
Wctcrn Fer.nsv lvi-.nia. and it being situated in
one of the most business streets in .Tohmt'wn,
makes it a de'sind l ' 'stopping p! ie for bm-ines.-men.
The Bar w.ll l-e fr.mi.J.ed with tl e 1 c,sf
lirjuors the Phihuh-ipdaa Cust m llonsi-. cao v.f? r h
Attached is a lar :e :md coinmlioMs' S ih" n in
the basement, story, v. here every delicacy wi l he
served up. Eccrv attenti- n w'.Il b pair! p vi.-it-ers.
" HENRY FOSTER.
Je.hnstown. Sept. 3. 18oii-tf
SR3CmiSI DIOCERIIS! 11111!!
MART; & B?.9., would resect fully inf..r.n
fl their old cn-tomers as well as many new .rr
that they have receive 1 a 1 irge .juantlty of Gni
ceries, which for qualify and die-apnes.s. cannot U
excelled by any Ktti.ilar esia'oli.-hmtMit west of the
Alleghenv mountains. . We.
ire te!ermir...d t..
V"e have also, hi
sell lower than the lowest,
- 20,CC0 CIGARS
which we will dispose t f whole-sale or retail.
HART & BKO
July 0. 183(1.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
The undersigbed in Carroll township, offers for
sale his FARM containing one. hundred acres,
twenty-five of which are cleared, on which there
is a young Orchard. There is an "L" JIOl'SL',
3-1 by 30 feet antl a DAXK PAIiX erected on the
premises. It lies on the Plank Road,'. 2 miles
from' Curo! ton and 7 miles from .F.behsb ug.
It is well watered. For information inquire of
Michael Snvder, adjoining fai in. " - ;
--' FREDERICK SNYDER.
Sept. 17, 1856-4t
.C:!0()b TEAC.ILKS lVAX'l'UD. .
Tne S.hool Direr tors of the Caml'iia S-hool
District wish to employ nine Sch.xd Teachers.
The examination of "teachers ' will take place,
September 2 2d inst.. iu Ehciioburg, at the oGice
( f R. L. Johnston, E.i. . - -
. ' . . . i , WM. G. WILLIAMS. !
Sept. 10. 18--r.-?.t ' : JrcdiJeuL
OUMMER Cal-s and Parts, and.- Silk, Lawns
j 70ir2hnmUandkercliipf5t . J. M'DcrrDira. f
i At James H'Bermit'
' - EBTiKSBIiRG, P.
RICIIAJIDSCNs'S Sheny Vine P.itters.
Dr. Wtaver's Canker and salt rheum syruji
Vickers tetter t ii.iment,
Petit's oc salve.
Insect Powde"r. ' '.;;... ;
-Syrup blackberry r xt, a sure cure for dy-entery,
Ayrcs Cathartic. Pills,
lI..lowf.ys ' '
Wiizhl's Indian Vegetable Pills.- r .
P.iiandretb's . ilo , .x do . .. ...
B-fi.net V P'aut and Root do V '
MI.ai e'.-Liver ' do 1 :
S;fsynes Sarsaj nrilla and tar Pills. , ,;!,. i
: f!i-Uity,V Jayuc arid llxb-iy &. V'&U.
Oimbrian Pills, . , ... . .
Con-h HemetliePAvrcpClierry Pretrial,
Ke-ysers Pectoral syrup Swayne Syrup Will
Cherry Universities romeilv -Jnyi.es Expecto
rant. Brant's' Pulmonary B ih-am, Syi up of tar,
'wild cherry and hoarhour.d. . .
v2- 3-C S SL15 &
i'erry D avi.-,' pain Ki'ler, ,',''..
i'adv.ay's Ready Relief, . . ,v
Must:u.g Linimmt Indian liniment,
Elei tit ; oil ami Magnetic oil, -iveimoly's
Medical ili.-covi iy, , ,
BrartN Purifii.? Fj;rct.
II -oflrnd BlfVrs Il-lhiud Blt'cis, -
Bro v !- esrrm c of Jamaica Ginger, .
Mod otav's worm r.i.d'eetljns, Mclmcs, Ewayncs
aod Jiy::es V.-i naiuge,
Th. np -n-V Eye- water, ' '
t'uie i-r to.fti.nchc.
Cure f -r e.ir:icli', tlenfncss, -c.,
H: lill ( f a tholl.-f.nd fl Wi l.:,
H.sir t'.dr- f!!il llidr o;l. .
l-.b-nshiirg. A; ril fOih IS.'C. 27. ;
ffTIiri under.-ii.etl W.il t.e!l at privafe i.de the
Js. f llowi. gpro; city, situaieij in .Aljegl.ein
Townshi j'. el'e t Gallitrn ttatiou, one ih uble
hoii.-e and l t. Ti.e 1 uii-iing i's one inl a half
.tory hiyh, having : 1! the convenii n-cs, to lor.ke
it a pleasant re.-i Icuce. Also One 1 u.-e and
M:ree lots situated at t! e west end of tht r.ew
Allegheny Portage Tuni tl. The property has
I tin ik-cv ivd as a Tavern Stand, where a large
business has been doiie. Possession can lc had
by the iirst .f next ibrth.
Scpr. 24, 1?3C. Ct.
1" Y virtue of a pluries e rder ( the Orphans
3 Cuit. ihe following vial inate, li.te tli
property of Daniel Ilet le. deei-asid, v. ill be x
p--d to pub'.i ; sale, at the hou.seof Jjhn Godfrey
m Gal itzin, C.uobria county, i.
Monhay, ti:k liivu kav or Novi:yr.i:r.. 1S30.
The r.nilivithd ln.lf t;f live acres cf land, more
or less, adjoining lands of the Pennsjlvauia Rail
Ro.nl Company, Samuel YVatts, Juax-i M 'Clo&key
""" ALSO The undivided half of a lot or a piece
of groin id, situate in the village; f Gallitzin. ad
i lining the Pennsylvania R-'.ii Road, land of Jack
sou -and Watts. Samuel Watts and others, con
ti-.odi.g one fourth of an acie ami twenty-live
'1K11MS CF SALE. One hair ef the purchase
m-'i ey to be raid on confirmation of tin" sale, the
residue with in'c-cst in one year thereafter, to be
seer. r i'd bv bond aud itioi ta-e.
Guardian of the Minor Heirs of Daniel Kctfo,
Sept. 24, 1830.
On last Snnday evei lug, An.ust 24th, near
the Welch Independent .Church," a Watch
the owner can l ave his pr-pcrty by calling at
tills oil; e and proving pr pe-ity.
fc'e;.t. isr..;. . ": ;
BY virtue' of an a'ias writ of Vcnditio!). Fxp'.im.
issnrd out of tl.e C-mt of (.inmen Picas ol
Camhria oouutv and to n.c dm-cttd, there v.illtir
l.jo.e,l to stlc by pil'd
. on ;s;i:iii
: f premises
iv the hrst
m the town -c f Jejarson.
'd.-.y of XoveiiibiT. A. D.
M. AM tht; rid t, tit'e
. f Peter
, . t
i t the
" ini' :
!; of, iu : n 1 to fw
u u of .IcKer.-ou.
h.rsi'f J" oi lb l U
: "f -roll
snd A rla '. if v
Mr-. C .I-i i. now
i: the ik! cui-ancy f the sah
P. " r D .ual.oc.
Taken in exv,;tL n arid to be s I 1 :it the suit of
dames lKmnel by
JOHN ROBERTS. Sheriff. .
ShcrilT's Ofike ' )' ' v "''
Ebembtirg.Oct. 8, 1830. - ' '
CUEiT CSHTE3IR.TJ J
M .ifE tjutrilHT would respectfudv lt.forin the
- go.l riti.eiH of Eben-bing aiid the adjoin
ing vi. ini. v that he l as limit ed fr .m Philadeh
oi.ia. wi!h the 1 irge-st and m st varied nS -ort-nicntof
G Ji K Ilti ever oilered. Tiie stock
con-.isijs as foil
Grocci ivs t M .hisses. Sugars. Teas. Rice.
C.u.dles.S Fi.sii. Sa't, Bacon A: H in s. Fhmr.
Oat Meal. li. in Meal. Tobaec, Peaches, Dried
Apples. Sileratu-. Bal-tig Soda, Hiied Herri nits,
! hirkeo's Bkiag Powd.-r. S irdii e.-. Mustard, Spi
ces. Ib-Uoways W- rm Cons'ecti- n. Vinegar.
' C.'tijilV'CJIii;. -J :
C.l Utiles, -
Ornne's, : '
Citr- us. , . .
Pi tines. ' .
'' '- ' Se-nrs. ' . 1 :
. . - . Pi'ints. . , , - .
Fi;-, . . ;
; Nuts of nil kinds. ',
Uquos-tt : Ci.erry Brtindy.-. !I j.-k berry Bran
;lv, Ua.-phirrv Bra'als', F.euch. Brandy, Port
Wine. Old l!yu Whisk "ey. " '
. :ritsiict 5iCt., &.C : II. -rS weeding. Dus
ting, Scrub aiid Wliite Wash Urushes. B 'd Cords,
Twine, Cru brmms, P.iskets of, all kinds, Tuba
and Buckets of sill kinds. Wash Boards.' Butter
flow Is, Nails, Limp Globes. Curry Comlis. Girret
.Hammers and .Tacks. Window Cr ass ufail kiudj,
Aii'ohl'.s Ink, Hover's Ink, Steel Pens, Station'
ary of U' kinds.'. .. .'" ;
Tog.-ither with a Irg assortment of ott.tt arti-1
ties not enumerated, which wih V soh. n cheap
jf not cheaper than my rst:iUidim-r t it. tne
canity. ' - . RIIIARD TUDOR.
Kbembnrg.' Jul : 0. r . ' : , - 1 0. - - ! - - ' '
CATHOLIC Prayer Books
i if r.nd O'trlSxeg, rt
Willi an E ittc n. - V i 1: i air . X u r a
KITTELL a MURRAY,
HAVING associated ihemsclves in the prac
tice of the LAW, will attend promptly to
all business entrusted to them."
El ensburg. June 14,1850.
Attorney at Law, bensburg, Pa
OFFICE adjoining the Post Of.ice.
Aug. 21. 185S.
(NEAR WILLMORE STATION, PA. R. R.)
JEF F EE SGI? ,
! . ': CAJJIJKIl CO., Pa.
ALSO, IN COSSi:t:T10X,
'H'fOY & LLHIi'SfiiriiS
alwa3-s 1e in rcadincsH at Wibmore Sta
tien on the arrival of each Passenger Train, cen
veying Passci aers r.nd Baggage, fie ol'chiipe
to Hotcland leave directly via Phrnk Road for
CALL FOR M'COY & BLAIR'S HACKS.
June 18. 18.10.
. warn immE. . '
C.3iriSiIA touiity, Fa.
JOHN EIAlFi, Prcprietcr.
ALSO. IN CONNECTION,
; ,miy s li-Mii m.
i l h ave the Unh n Horse for Wil'niore Sta
tit n in time to take t! e F.a.-teiuor Western trains.
Eer3-.iccomoh.t:..ii w ill le alTorehtl to iiiakc
passenger ce.m'bi't rd le.
I I 55 z: E. 1' STREET,
jji:twi:en hand and seventh.
- (Near the Pcnirhi. R. R. liein t.)
'- PIT1SCUF.G, PA.
".May 21, 1S56. CO-ly.
VILLIAM CARR El CO,
WHOLESALE GROG US.
And Dealers in FORfclGK Sc DO-IiSTIC LiaiTOES,
OLD IIOKGKGAHELA and Rectified Wti.key.
.No. 229 Comn.crcial Row, , i
LIBERTY S "i 11 LET
- - Sundries -
CC0 Bbls double Rectified Whisker.
lS7.Bl.Ls Old Mciiongal ela Rye Whiskey, (Part
' vf rv che.ice.)
50 Hhds N. U. Sugar,
70 lHlsN. O. Muhu-scs.
With a general assf.itmer.t of Groceries, also
Bacon. Flour, I ami. In n & Nads &c. all of which
will be sjid at low prices for cash.
WM. CARR & CO.
June 18, 1S5G. 84-
ARE YGB mm I
SURVEYS made an 1 applications taken for in
stirme against Fir iiFthe
rj:oTJ:chox mutual nun lvsu
j:axcb comi'axy of ulair
; " ROBERT A. M'COY, Agent.
ilmore P. 0., Cambria Co.
" iiluaLlc Ileal Estate
" FOR SALE.
I will sell at private alc that large and com
modious L'RICX JIO USE. situate e.n High street.
i:i the For(urh rf Eber.sl irg, Icing the projcrM.
occuoied bv Milton Roberts, I'ec'd., nt tiie tin t
. f h.s.hiitil. Also. a valual U- L 02'tf. GROl'XD
situate . ii the Clay Pike, al ut ii.i- hall mile f;viu
.-aid BoToneh, containing 2 acres n:c!escd and
in ;i g'nnl state f inliivation.
For terms apply t- the Mil srril er residing or.
the pn miscs, or to J- hn Vv'illi-tms, in FU nsburg.
1 - MbS. IdALYlNA ROLLRTS.
Sept. 17, 18oG.-tf.
'TMIN Teachers t take charge of the Schools in
Sammt i hiil Sclnx.1 District fir f ur months.
Apjlicauts, will be iKjuiied fo e'siiss 1st Cia.'S
crrlilicatcs Applicants will ' n.cet the C mty
Suj erintendeiit in ' Jifferson on the 23th day f
October i:ext atone o'eloi k to le examined by
him. Sch'iels to con.mence 1st of November next
'Bv order of the Board.'
T ' Wm- R. IU GIIES, Sec'y.
Ofilceof Schix.l Birect.rs )
. Jefferson. Sept 29, ISoG. Zt
SheriliMs Sale. .
BY virtue f amahas writ ot endttioni Expo
nas, issued out e.f the Court of Common Pleas
of Cambria county and to me directed, there will
be exposed to public sal', on the premise. In the
Borou.h of CViiieir.au.yh. on Saturday the first
dav f November A. D. loot), at 1 o'clock, P. M.J
' AH the right, till' rnd interest of John Mc
Mammiv deeease d. of. in and to a lot of ground
-i anile "in Oincinaugli . Jiorr-itgh, Camhiia ccui.ty
fronting i n Jhiil Road strcit.and ir.nuing l uck
at .02 slrgcr street, to an Alley, a'joinrng l. t of
William I lattery, nud having thereon erected a
two story, frame" house with back buihiir.g at
tacbi'd. . .
Taken in execution and to le wid at tl c smt
of Thomas Campbi 51. Morris 'Pieman, ami N. G.
Murphcv, surviving partners of the late fnm ol
Ticrmin Campbell & Co.. by
i . . i : JOHN ROBERTS, .Sheriff..
Sher'ff's Offico : I . '
; Elx-nsburg. Get. S. ISCo. j .
ESTAMEt tHV WAYJS OLC'D.
THE undersigned, Auditor appointed by the
Orphans' Court of Cambria county, to cx-
. . . i . . -
nniin decide and report; m-on the -Exceptions
fiieel to the fix-count of. Stephen Lloyd Executor of
David Davis dee'd, and rl-o .report distribution,
will attend b the duties f said appointment, at
his office ii. Ebensburg on Tuesday the eig tecnth
dav of November next, at one t.'cl.xk P. M.
. JOI1N S. PIIEY, Auditor.
i Orttlwr 1?56.- V- '
C. TIIC'S. EGBERTS
Illgli Street, Ebeukbursr, Pa.
ESPECTF ULLY inform -
tlie citizens of Ebensbiirc
aud Kurrour.dinjr country that i
th.y have received a large and splendid assort
Gold Icys, ,
Fob do. -GolJ
Seals, - ,.?..;; 1
C . 1 . Tt t
nnd Jewelry of every
ard & AVilsim's ecle
brated Gold Pens.
&c, to ruir.errus to mentie:n, all tf which vill
be sold cheape r than tl.ey can be lxiught '"else
wbeve in this vicinity. Clocks and Watches rr
ri.u'ec? noo 7 lime irejrs or to safe.
CLOCKS, WATCIIIS, JEWELRY tkd
MUSICAL JXSTRUMEXTS repaired with neat-
.ess- and ele-pateh and warrantee!. Give tl tm a
call at their mini opposite the "Mountain House"
as thy will give ymi entire satisfaction.
Ebvuisburg, May 14. 1S3G.
F. "M. Otorgf.
ST an it e r g
TIIE subscribers would respectfully inform th
citizens of Cambiia county that t bey ha vd
purthiocd the Tannery Establishment at Hemlock
Cambria County, formerly owned by A. M. 4 R
White. The estallishment will undergo new re
pairs n 1 improvements which will enable them
to n;nnufacture Leather of all disiriptiors for
country r.se, also, various tide's of Leather for
the Eastern muket.
Cash will l e paid ;forBark and Hides of a
kinds, or if preferred '"in-exchange for Leather.
None but practical workmen will be employ1!
Orders for Leather will lm promptly attended to
F. M. GEORGE.
May 7, 1S5C. 23-tf . . - - .
"S" ETTERS testamentary have been grantee!
J-Litothc snbkcriter, on the estate 1 Mitton Rob
erts, dee'd, by the Register of Cambria county,
lie beieby gives notice to all j-ersens know
ing theniselvc-s indebted -to -come fotward and
make pnyireut without delaj, and those having
chums against the same to rvstnt them J.iropcrly
authenticated for -settlement. ' :
JOHN WILLIAMS, Excc'r. j
August 21. 183C. ,
ISTIl ATO K ' S 'XGTf C E.
E" ETTERS of administration on the estate of
JCi Jaii.es lingers, late of lot Crosse, Wise-onsin
dee c:std, have 1-etTi gfanti-el by the Register tj
ti.e bulwieril-er, riiding-at : Hemlock. 'Cambria co.
Tluise having claims against .aid estate arc re
quested to present them, properly authenticated
for settlement. . t .!
MA R Y JA NE :SCOTT, Adcx.
Aug. 27, 1816. Ct e. artx.
W ETTERS testamentarj- have been granted by
-ELi the Register of Cambiia county, to the sub
seriUr. on the estate tf Francis (ii!!e ie, dee'd
late of Carroll township, Cambria Connty.
Ail persons knowiugnl:emselvcs indebted to taiel
estate are requestetl to come forward and settl
without further de-lav. . . :
ISABELLA" GILLESPIE, Excctttr x.
The Estate T George Wtscl Deed.
THE midei.vgi.ed. Auditi r, apjoiiitel ly the
Orphans' Court of Cambtfa Guny, tomak
elistribution cf the fuinr? ,!in the hands cf Gcoigo
Murray Fxecutcr of Gf.reeWisel dee'd, amongst
tlie h'jj.ate'es and heirs e.f said deceased, will at
tend to the duties of -said appointment, at Li
i fticc in Ebensburg on Monday the seventeenth
dav tf November next at or.e iiYhnk P. M. .
JOHN S. I.IIEY, Auditor,
October 8, 1S3G. 4t. .
Estate ol" Jolm MMletl Uec'd. ;
jrlllv tme'ersiimeel, Auditor, appointed by the
I Ch' j ban's Court of Cambria County, to make
distribt.tii t f the funds, in the hr.nds of Bernard
M'Mce! Executor f John M'Motl dee'd amongst
the cretliiors . f ?aid deceased, will attend to th
duties of said appointment at Ids oihYe in Eho-n-burg,
-n Monthly the tenth day of November
nest at one .'clock P. M.
JOHN S. P.UEY, Auditor.
CVt.S, 1S3G. 4t. -
t.siafecf I'efcr X C lokry. D?d;
Til E undei sirred. Auditor. apintcd by the
Orphans' Ci.iirt of Can bria n unty, to make
oistiil ut;. n t f the finals, in the bands of Wiiliatii
M'C'. ikey .'nlmiiiisirafir c-f the estate of . Peter
S. M'Ch .-key t'ecM, arn ngst the' creditors of said .
tleceasesL" w dt attentl to the duties of unit apjnint
nvnt at his flice iu El ei-sburg on Tl ursilay tl e
sixth elay of Novtmbr next at t.i eoVlxk P. M.
JOHN S. RHEY, Auite.
Octol-er, 8, If r-0. 4t. . ,. i t. -,,U:r
IMatc of Joseph A. Tctlel, Deccatc-.
7 III REAS. letters of Adminitraficnen th
T T t ttate of J h)1i A. Todd, late nf Al!e
ghei.y T wnship, Gnnbria eyunty. U,e'easctL'J,aTe
been gmi.tcd by the Register t" tai.l ceHmty, t
the v.ndfitigiud, notice is l.eitby .iv.n ;o all
persons ln.vii g claims against saio estate to pre
sent t Lein projcily mtbenticated for i-ettletnei:l
ami tho.e it .del ted are reoniritl to make pavmt nt
ith, i:t'eh v. WM. P. VAN, AtliuV.
Oct. 1, Ct
LIST OF IJE7TTEI.S,
REMAINING in the Tost Office at Ebensburg
Pa., tet tetnU r .10th, I8JG :
Mrs. Si'Min Miller. Dr. J. Cooper M'Kee, Peter
Mai an. P. J, Little. James Kane. Paul Kii-gston,
Sain'J (Vilaiiah. Isaac Gifford. Mieti.nl Glaidr,
Chais. I'arven. John FishJaincs 1 ol.rrt)-,Jol:n El
der. Thomas J. Palmer. Jacob Heeissemann. Idiz
abeih Sterm. r.Tobn Ciilland.,.l.hn Biadlj-.Thomas
Brow n, P. Baikstmder.E. C Alien. L. Alwine.
Miss Annie E. Wilnnrth, (2) Watk A. Well, M
ty Ver'y. CiT-lii; Stein, Gcora S' maker. V.TU .
liam I!., Michael M. n Jr.. M.Htc, M. Met
cedfe. M.C. M'CAGUE.P. M.
COLI Rings ik! Prfnsti.i!is ComlsFort.
I5 monies, and Tovs at J M'Dermit's
"OAI'FR Letter, note and foolscap
i fper, Mr-el I ens, Inn, Ijai.Is.
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