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M. D. AG IB AS'."' """ "'"' C. P. MCr.RAT
MAGE SAN & KTJBKAY,
AT TO R X E Y S A T L A IF",
OFFICE No. 2, "(Jolouuade Row," near the
Court 1I( r.se.
December 7. '5 I 1 y
" Jioiici iJ. ri-:ei.
Attorney at law, Ebeufburg, Pa.
""STII.L practice in the several - Gmrts of Cam
T V bria, Indiana, ami Westmoreland comities.
Office in the Centre et.. adjoining (ten. McDin
Jan'. 15. 13.' 1 1y-
Attoraey at Law, Jotinslow- Pa.
OFFICE oii Clinton Street, in the Second Sto
ry of Good A- Pershing's Store Room.
January 80. 1S51 ly. . '
Attorup.7 at L?w Johnstcara
VTTTCE on CTaitou Street, a few doors north
of the corner of Main and Clinton.
A I Til 21.
Justice oi tie Peace, foot of Plane Ho 4,
A. P. U.S.
WILL attend promptly to all collections en
trusted to Lis care. 0icc, adjoining the
." Dr. Geo. 13. liclly,
OFFERS his professional services to the citi
zens of Jefferson an I vicinity, in the irae
tiecof Medicine and Surgery.
OtTice next door to Mr. Ly tie's St -re.
May 20, 18-VJ.
E. L. JOJMSToy.
A. C. ML1-LIS.
OIINSTON & MULLIN ; Counsellor-, and At
el tomeys at Law. Oiiice opposite the Cour
iiovse, EhensL-'irg, Ta.
; Nov: SO, 1S54
Br. Ilcsjry Yeagiey,
TrRCtisins riiyhkian, Johnstc vn, Ta.
OFFICE next door to his Up! Stire, corner
of Main and lie.lfurd str-jt t.s.
,.Johiii.town, July il, lSo2.
vrx. uavis. John lloyo.
"AVIXG fr:ned a partnership in tli , Mor-
cantile Lu. Uii's.-;, noii.d respwtia.iv .s.i:ui
t!:e j)atrci;ae of their friends and. the piiolio 'eu-
r.iHy. Ci.Il .'.nil xce us t the old ita.id of Wm.
April CO, lSo-2.
A LTi persons ir.dcltei to the f.rm of Geor.f
jL Murray, or George Murray Son, ar- here
Ly notitied, that tlie .tofe.-i and accounts oi sai:
lirin.s have been plaeed in our hands t r eo'di-etio::.
and that, unless payment he ma In in. mediately,
buits will be brought to n force it.
.JOHNSTON & MULLEN.
April 17, l?:-5. tf.
" rfartucrslifjp Notice.
rSIHE subscribers have entered in'oacopartner
3L ship, under the linn of JOHN it. SAVAGE
& CO., for tho general Manufacture of CheiiiiisiU.
JOHN II. SAVAGE,
A. M. .V i:, WHITE.
OHico No. 14 north FilOXTS tieet.
1'liiladf jd.ia. Jan. I. lsr5
T;1IE note an I aceounhs of the late firm o!
IJohcrt Davis & Co., an 1 Davis, Evans A: Co..
having lceii left with the ::ubacrilers for collec
tion, i'.ll persins in del tod to cither of the said
firms, are hereby requested to call and make pay
ment on cr before the firt day of May, next, as
suit will be instituted at'f?r that time.
JOHNSTON Jt MULLEN.
April 1 1. ISoo. ' '
rill!E sahsc; ! won . respectfully infTin his
numerous friend and tli p i'-lic generally,
thr.t he lias erected a .arre and eoiiiniovlions 1KJ
TELat (J( NEM AU(iH S i' ATI OX Cambria roun
tv. Ti e Ilive is situated near the IVun'a H. K.
Every arrai!vin-nt has Lien made to nmke it a
oiiv.'iiicnt st"pinr 'place for the travelling jmb
lic. Tiie. Tahie w ill ie funished witij the U'S
1he mavhet will ;oT,.rd. Tlie liar will contain U-nii-.rs
.f the firs' hem Is. iu fact notliin wi'd be
I 'fr. m:l"i. t. r n.'er it .ne of the nvst !ejrubli
K-or i:i- j-hi s in .;.in.i.) i;i eountv.
illYsSBU HO FOliXDilV
J5"AVING purchased tb.e -utire istock and fix
t t'lies'oi tise ElK".ihr.rg Foiujdry, the sifb-M;ril..-r
is j r-pared to fu:uih farmers and others
IMowlts, I'liuigli Shils. Move. 311::
Iioijs, Tin osliiii .IliiCliiiics,
and casting:- f any ki'.Kl that may be needed in
th" comni unity.
I'.y strict attention to t!i business of the con-i-rn,
he hopes to merit, and trusts he v.ill reoeive
.1 liberal patronage from those in want of article.
in his line.
All business done at the Foundrv.
March 'J'2, 'Co-tf.
;jr.FFKI.SON, CAM 11 it I A COUNTV, TtN.
riI IE undersigned takes pleasure in informing
J- 1. is friends and the traveling public, that he
haslcasetl tin; Cambria House, and liavmg mad;
much improvement in its interirr, ho feels confi
dent tiii'.t he will thereby le euahled to render
t on. tort aiyl batisfaeUou tJ all w ho favor him with
tl.ctr patronage. : ;
11 U fast and superior MAIL LINE OF STA
FFS will always !.' in readiness to convey assen
gers io and from the .
to his home, ail also leaving direct after the ar
rival of the trains Ly a good i'lank lluad to Ebeus
' Ur He will ever be happy to ncjominodete his
ld friends and acquaintances that will favor Inn
with a tall. . JAMES D. HAMILTON.
Jclkrson, April 20, 1854.
XUW Ili.ACK J..V.ITIS MBW1V
pnilE fcubscriU-r would respeolfullv inf-mi the
X citi.ens of Eoci s'jurg and the "vicinirv tb-t
ho has rented the SMITH .IIOl' formerly' wen
tied by Michael McCague, where he intends to
- carry on the BLACKSMITH I NG in all its branch
es. Persons enlnistiug work to his care can rest
assured that it will Lo promptly atten.h-d t-. juvl
at modern to rates, lie would also, inform the
citizens that tho business of HOUSE SHOEING
will be superintended by himself personally.
Owners of valuable horses will not be under" the
necessity of sealing their stock to a neighboring
village, as his experience in this line is widely
kuova. ISAAC SING Hi.
Ebcasburg, April 0. 185C. '
rSHFi undcrsigurd would respeetfu'Ij infirm
Jt the public that ; he has purcl-.ase.l Hie inter
est of cf Milton lroV-crts, deceased, in the Grocery
busii.eit and will continue to carry on at the old
f tand, and would .solicit a share of the public cus
tom. Tho books of the firm of Tudor and Rob
erta have Wen placed in my possession. All
knowing themselves indebted wiil please call with
rrw i d -ul. mCLLAllD TUDOIi.
' ZXrcftvqp A" ?Trt lf,.
Of THE PlItM OP
DORSEY 8l DOUGHERTY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX
TO U ACCO & SKG AUS,
A'o. 11 IVortSa riftSa Street, l'iilla.
ILL be happj to receive the orders of his
f f country ii ieiu'S. and as many others as
may favor the firm uitha call. They will k1
vvays find a full and ftlect assortment of th i et
brands (f tobacco and sugars, which will be sold
du favorable terms.
Septeml cr 6, 1SC5.
The undersigned having removed to the new
Lull. ling two door west of the oh I stand, would
resi ert fully i'if..rm his customers and the public
ener.iUy. that he has lately added to his former
supply of G nid-s, and keeps constantly on Laud
a full siinplv of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Silk Goods, made-up Clothing. Hats and Caps,
! Soot s an I Shoes, Hardware and Cutlery, Carpen
ter's t.).ls, S.nith's tiH!s. Nails, a lull supply o
inserted Ear lion, Sheet and Hoop Iron.
Stoves and cast hollow-ware constantly on hand.
Also, copper and tin ware. Groceries, wholesale
Fine, Poplar and Cherrv Lumber bought and
tJiwids will le sohl at the vey lowest prices in
oxehange fr Cash or Country l rolucc.
Ebcrisburg, March 15, 1855.
""IIF. s. liber would respectfully inform his
I f.i-?t.ds and the public generally, that he has
remove I Lis stock of merchandize, since th'.' late
'niti-V to the ro.m formerly occupied ly Kane
v McC lg:iu. w here he has just received and open
ii 'ut a large lot of Sprirjg and Summer Goods,
v! i.-h were selected with an eye to the wants of
rhn co'miiuinlty, and will be sold "lower than the
owest," f r cash or apj roved coi.ntrv jiroduce.
Jefferson, June G, 1855.
p NAM A, Leghorn. Empire. Ma-yar, Falm,
, a 1 in fact every variety and sth.1 ef fashi oii-d.-le
H its, for sale chc.-p,ut
JOHN M 'COY'S.
I A HIES DRESS GOODS. Lawns, lj.ire-.es, Silks.
i Clialiies. Swiss, iVrc, chean at
'ALT, Nails, Oils, Fbh, tc., verv low at
5 J:liX M'COY'S
j ADITS. Mioses', ami Children. g;.:ters, a Ho
U variety.:-. JOHN M'COV'tJ.
LARGE lot of Ready Made CtotJ.iuL' of ;dmot
; every quality, cheap at JOHN M'COY'S.
t VERY i li'gc ttock of D'ioIs 1 Sh es. ma oui
r m u.'y low, at 4 JOHX 21'COY'S.
-jROWN an.l Ilk-ached Muslins Vm 7 to 14 els.
D per vat 1. of a g iod quality, r.t
yOCNG HYoON TEA 50 ct.s. per pound. Rio
I (Jol;'e 8 pound. for or.c dollar, snal other Gro
.eiLs in r;ip .rtion,at JOHN M'COY'S.
rOltKS & HAKES, Scythes & S:;aUus, S7vels
1 -v IIx's, together ' with a general variety of
1 lard ware, very cheap at JOHN M'COY 'S.
N IS. Fcsons having accounts with the sub
scriber of over G months .-tamlincr, are requested
to call and settle thorn. JOHN M'COY.
Jetierscn, June 6, 1855.
Br. Charlss Walters.
"OFFERS Ids services to the citizens of Sum
V" mitvilli'. and adjoining vicinity, in the prae
t'ce -f Medicine and Surgery.
lie iiiP.y be found at all times wben not pro-.'esio'-.ally
engaged, at his offi e in the building
jcct.pie.i by Au-uiin M'tJinnil, and inimedb
vtely ip.-site Fam-n's New S'or", or at the
Mansion lbm-e of J.inics M. Rif:!,
O.-tob.r 10. ISoo.
M. M. MAIU'LK. K. C. McCLfitK.
J PATTdN I:lM.Vf:;,
H2ari!e, :i-t'Iurc-& Co.
HTE have this day assoiaUd with us, J. Ratton
,1 Tiionison. Tii Stylo of the jinn will Le
Marple. McClure Co. " Tim Rusincss of tua old
firm will Le settled bv the new.
M. M. MARFLE,
E. C. McC LURE.
January 9, 1S3C.
IV O 311.
f fnilE undersigned having, disp iscd of their
M hhx-k and business to Win. H. Gardner V
C '., would" hereby notify all persons iudebied to
them by note.'book account or juugmo-.vt, that the
same must be paid immediately. The books will
be left at the eld stand until tho ICthof Febvu.irv
next, where those interested will do will to cal'
G. L. LLOYD & CO. "
Jefferson, Jan. 0, lRCG.
Having purchased the stick, good-will, &c, of
G. L. Lloyd & G., we v.iil continue tho Dry
Goods, Gnu-cry and Variety liusiue-s at their oh!
stand. The highest pricis w ill be j.aid for Lum
ber, Grain and Produce uennraliv.
WM. II. GARDNER & CO.
Jefferson. Jan. 0, 18G0.
Tailor ar.1 Decorator cf tlie outward Tabernacle
JLIFAS removed his shop to the w est on.L -
Efl of town, a few doors west of the
Foundry, where gentlemen and ihnr o..n.Ji
will rind it to their advant.K'n tn .! ik,. ...1
scriber, and get their clothing fashionably made
up and tu fit in a style impossible to be excelled
by any ether establisbnient iu the county ' ;
E;e.vbnrg, Marcli Cth lSr.o-
Pojiitlvely tlie Last Notice.
fElHE undersigned takes this method ot inforrr.
JiL ing persons wlio are indebted to him, that
he has placed his books in the hands of Enquire
W i'ili ims for collection. Those knowing them-s.-lvt-
in lebted will do Weil to souare tl7eir ac
counts in two weeks from the date of this adver
t's -meiit and save costs. After which time nil
p'.-rsoiis n jt complying will bo sued.
June 18, 1S3C
THE undersigned having purchased the
entire stock of tiirnitm-A 'I'..t .(...'
, , , , , ' - m 111 0.1,-
li tell iJovil .lr w.mi'.I ..r.. ...
j .., "vu.u ivjxiiuiiv in-
rorm toe cai.onsof Fbei.sburg, and vicinity, that
he will manufacture all articles of Furniture to
order on the most reasonable terms.
t S-'r SVorA"!,1111" 1 is Iar-"' oonswtinjx of
TALLL-, LtREAUs,. STANDS, IiKDSTEADS
CRADLES, Jfec. Arc.
Al articles manufactured in the esUb!i,hme
wdl befimshwl m a workmanlike manner, cmnlovt
ng none but experience! workmen -
TTu ' a .. BBT-EYAX8, &Co..
EVnsourg April 2nd, 1856.
SUMS OK TE.MI'IMKrL. "
VMt 1IIllktld Wvis5n. 84, Sons of Tom
gperance meet t their Hall every SAT IT R.
'"DAI evening, in the ripper Btory cf 11
M.VXCFACTX'UEK AND VIIOLKSAtE DEALEIt IN
BOOTS, SHOES, STRAW GOODS,
HATS AKD CAP3,
So. CSV North Third Stre3t,
Retween Arch and Ciitu v,
March Cth 1850.
CORPORAL JOHN KIEFFER,
"7"OULD respectfully iuf rm his old friends
T V and the travelling public that he has leas
ed the Logan House, Ib.illidaysburg, and is pre
pared to entertain all who may favor him with
their patronage iu unobjectional le style.
The HOUSE has' bet n new ly furir"ihed hio'
out in a style not surpassed by any establishment
in the interior of the State. His TABLE vvill
always be supplied with all tlie substantials and
delicacies of tho beasou, and attended by atten
tive servants. In a word, no pains will be spared
to make the Iogan a fmt 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 bv honest and faithful hostlers.
HESTAURAXT. The 1 aseinent is occn; hd
as a Restaurant, where merds will bo served np
at all hours of the day, together with oysters,
wild game, fish and all the deleca. if-s and refresh
ments of the season. JOHN KIEFFER.
June 4, 185(j.-22tf.
l'ubtic Saie of Valuable l'ropci iy.
fpHE undersigned will sell atpiivatc sale Jus
1 well known property situated in Susquehanna
Township, Cambria county, it ioins the farm of
u'm. Gh.ss, about 15 miles from Kbensburg. The
Susquehanna and Ebensburg l'lanl: Road, passes
through the farm. The following are the improve
ments, a new Saw Mill iu good r uining nrder
4 Dwelling Houses, the one i:i vhi-'h the subscri
ber resides is a large building, having all the ne-ee.-sary
convenience attached a large Rank
Bam, 100 feet long by 4J wide, Granerles, iVc.
3 Coal Bank. w ithin 80 rlls of his residence
And immediately on the Plank R r.u 400 acres
'f excellent f irming land, tvith a large quantity
of Pine Timber, together with 130 acres of tinf
her leave r.E the land lays n the Su.-quc-hanna
river. Persons wisliing t-j ex -imirie the pionerfv
can call on tlie subscriber at hi- residence. Term's
v.ill le made easy to suit purchasers, as he is de
termined to I save fur the west.
March 10, 1S5C.
rHoUidayshurg" Standard," will please cc-py
3 months and charge this ofiiee.J
AVIIOLKSALi: AND P.KTATL
Ti:t, Copper, and Sheet-Is an W;rc.
Canal Streat, Jchastcwa, I'a.
'Flil!. subscribe respectfully i.nf.rms his
JB fricn Is and the public geueralh , that
be has com unlived the minnfaetur..
of Tin, Copj" r old Si... ct-Iron V.'arc in all its
branches, at the old stand, where he wiil be pleas
ed t-.i see all who want any article iu his line.
Feeling grateful for past favors, he-hopes, by
strict at ft ution and fair dealing, to merit and re
ceive a 111. oral share of patronage.
The C'ifh System lie has adopted, as. he hates to
bin. aod l c.i credit takes ibe profits.
Merchants purchasing bills of Ware, wouli' do
well to call and examine prices and quality, which
will be f.unl superior to any offered in the cities
?a.'t or west Ail orders from one dollar to five
hundred filled with promptness and dispatch.
Price List sent to merchants, If lcqnested.
Ware-rooms on Canal Street, one door bel-ov
the Cjdectors OIScc.
r. w, hay.
Johnstown March 5th 1S5S.
CIOOKING STOVES. Lar-i- Oven. Etna. Tr ,:
City. G:up?ee Cook. Diamond, and of Rra
ey's celebrated Stoves, for sale at M 'uufacturei ',
retail prices, by
r. W. II AY-
J I-IATIXG STOVES. Radiator. FIo.r, Frank
jL Iin. CailMtu. Parlor, and . Parlor f.'.w.t..
Stoves made in either cit v' furnished 1 iw for cash
F. W. II AY
Ik 5INEIbS' LAMPS. Tir,-.n. r..
S.Ktt-Irou Ware, eliean f.r o.ts'i , .1
F. W. HAY.
O POl.TIXG, lixif.ng and ail hinds of Job
O worK done promptly at cash rates, bv
F. W. II AY.
A LL w ho want a first rate Stoves, chn.m Tiu
ware, or any Kitchou uten-i! will call with
the cash at the Ware-rooms of
P. W. HAY.
S EST received at the store of EDWARD VJn.
1,000 IbsGnl Fish,
10 half IJrls Herring, r.nd
10 half lSrls Mackerel;
Feb. 6, lbo-3.
LANK Summons, Subpa-naV, Executions
AJ Tavern Petitions, Roads, Ac. l r sale a'
if e w Wholesale Drug store
ST. SPKXCER TIIOJ5 1S.
NO. 2(J SOUTH SECOND ST., PHI A DELP1H a.
iMPORTER, Manufacturer, and Dealer in
Diu-s, Medicines. Chemicals. Acids Dve.
Stuffs, Paints, Oils. Colors, White Lead, French
and American White Zinc, Window Glass, Gi ns
ware, Varnishes, Erushc-s. Instruments, Ground
Spices, Whole Spices, and all other articles usu
ally kept by Druggists, Including Borax, Indigo,
Glue; Shellac, Potash, &c.
All orders by mail or otherwise prom ply atten
ded to. Country Merchants are Invited, to call
and examine our stock before purchasing else
Goods sent to any of the Wharves or Railroad
Stations. I nccs low and goIs warranted.
March 12, 1850.
HflS A.J.JACKSON, Surgeon Dentist
UU iIl be found at Thompson's M .unt-'J-uiun
Howe, where he can be found
tlie tmrd wce.c of each month. Ollice in Johns
town nearly nppoHie IV- Cvr bria Iron Stoic,
l ber.s!:-:.,' Miii, 12 IS5C.
rariucr's Look to your Jin c-kIm! !
I come with Good todotlii joni:
THE undersigned would respecfullv inform 'tlie
citizens of Ebensburg, and fanners of the
surroundii-g country that he has arrived with a
large STOCK OF DOMESTIC Dlir GOODS.
consisting of plain and faucy Cassinets a large
variety of Jeanx, Linnejs, Barred ati-l Plain
FlwuwU, nianltt.-i, Cocaiuli and Baize. The
above goods will bo exchanged for wool on low
terms, and if the goods are not desirable the mar
ket price will be paid in Cash - !
April 23, I80G. JOS. CWINXER.
I. O. O. T.
JrS6 ..428 meets every
"aS? EDDAY evenmg at their Hall
5, ' , " the upper etory ot
Shoemaker & Clark's bniidin. J
A llt.rcuu I I To Saved.
Dow AWAt , Midi., M..icb 11, 1?G0.
J. A. ItiiODE-s, Esq. : Dear S i As I took
your lneificine to v til on cji;signn.ent, no cure
no pay," 1 take piea.-tue in slutii:g its tle-cts as
reiMittcd to me ly thiee Irotbtis who live in this
place, and their testimony is a fair bpetuiien t t
all I have received : ,
W. S. Con-klix t Id me "I had taken nine
bottles of Christie's Ague l'alsain. an.! continual
ly run down while' using it until my lungs and
liver were Comested to that degree that blood
discharged from my raouth and I towels, o that
all thought it impossible for me to live through
mother chill. The lctors to did all they could
for me, but thought I must die. Notning did me
any gxxl until 1 got Rhodes' Fever and Ague
Cure which at once relieved me of the distress
and nausea at m' stomach and pain in my head
and bowels, and produced a permanent cure in a
II. M. Conki.in- says : " I had been been ta
i 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 Deceiiil-tr. Rut seeing how nice
ly it operited on m I r. iher. I ;ot a bottle of
RHODES' FEYF.U AND AGUE CURE, wbieb
ejected a pennant nt t u -e by Using two thirds of
S. M.Conklin was net here., but both tbeothrr
brothers say his case w us the save as II. M'.s. I
sold the me-.liciuo. to both the sarnf: day, ind the
' tire was as spiedy from the same .;mall quantity
and I might so specify, Yo::rs with respect.
The above speaks for itself. Good pr.mf as it
is, it is of .110 Wtier tenor than the vast number
of like ceitificates. I have already published, and
the still greater amount that is continually pour
ing in to me.
On'i tiling more. Last year I had occasion to
Caution the Public in these words :
IiujJire oie .rV.t v!io Imce Liken one of jw?
general cirmlurs, sult.sft filled ihe name, t-t' iheir
nojlruui J'yr unj iii",di:ine, and fltea trifi brazen
huptidenre tnd tlieir jxttnjJrtct icih ihe. exdamafion.
Let ihe pn-jn ieior rf awj cliicr medicine say us
r.ivi-h ij he dares." H,-c.
Now I take pleasure in saying that the Cau
tion referred to the same " Dr. Christiers Ague
llalsam " that is mentioned in the abc7e cer
tificate. There are several other itntuslrious per-nl.? v.lio
are aj plying to their poisonous tiah c-.ll that 1
nnblisti about my fever ;.u 1 Ague Cure, 01 Anti
dote to Malaria, except tho CYrtiSicates of Cures,
and the Certificate of the celebrated Cli.-mi.st Dr.
James R. Chilton of N. Y.. in fivor of its per
fectly HARMLESS CHARACTER, which is at
tached to evt ry bott-le. These w ill always serve
to distinguish mv medicine from imitatit-ns.
JAS. A. I1HODER, Proprietor.
Ajirli 23, 1850. 2m. lVovidence, R. I.
i r sale by Druggists generally.
lib T KING EMPORIUM.
SPRING SfSUEIELER CL0THIKG.
O.111'1,' ATTRACTION at the New Store
of Evans and Highes. one door above flic
Store room of Shoemaker & (lark, where thc.su!
scribeis sre at present receiving and opening a
large and excellent assort men of fashionable
KraJy ?:de C'lntliiit
of the latest and most approved styles, vhich for
clieajmcss and dural ility can lmt be exo lied by
any similar establishment in the county; not
wislciig Uibra'j, but w hat we say wc wi'J make
goxl t r take the iraler. Every ai tide iu the cloth
ing Jim, '.vlll l e kept on hand, viz: sumer Co its.
Sack Co ts. Drop do.; Pants, Vests, Cloaks, $-c,
ail of the I itest styb-s.
Cloths. Ca.-.-imercs. Satinets. Yesfings, of all
colours and s!les.
Our Depart menf -TROYS CLOTH ING promises
much n.Oi-f extensive s' loi tioii than usual.
We latter ours. tv.
"urnish g;irn i.liii suiV.V
it; stich a iuHhi.t-r, :.n-.l
lisarm ad coi:H tiii; .
f at we
:e 1 i a.! c'asses. lifted ui
on yvh tenus that sha:
we then fore a.-k a liberal
-hare of the pl.b'ic patr 'i;ai;e.
. EVANS & HUGHES.
iioIf.-ali aiu 3iet;-.ll.
Tin, Copper, and Shoec-Iroa Ware Hxaaucturer.
1 ESPi'lCTFULLY informs the citou ns of Eb-
2 t nsburg and tfie public generally, that he
has purchased the Tin Shop, formerly carried on
by Messrs. Davis, Evans & Co.. and wiil contin
ue to carry on the business iu ad its various
branches, wholesale and retail. His wares will
he made of the voiy b-sL materia), and in the
most workmanlike manner. Repairing of ail
kinds dor.e on the shortest notice, fur cash.
ALSO, 2 louse Spouting made and put up t
order on the lowest terms. J-r ca.ih.
Also on hand and for sale, a large assortment
f O 00k and Pallor stoves, for coal or wood, Di
ving room stoves, Egg stores, Are.
Also a l trge uort;r.r of grates jnid fire
brick, f.r Cuking stoves, C -.il buckets. Shovels
pikers, Miioothii.g irons, c. ecc, ail of which
.viil be si-Id low (or ash.
Tin-shop and wa :vv. mm in part, of the building
formeily oi-cupii-d i.y Stephen Lloyd as :v cabi
net waieroom, an.'l ;! sito Geo. M'Gann's -tore.
. 73s Ail orders pr i:pilv atteii led to
F.l i bm-g. May 7, I ;),(.. 2S!y ' '
TAYLOR S JpNES,
f'JS'XHE subscriler.s would rc-pc-ctlully iufonn the
jL c;ti.en.s of l.busburir and the surrounding
vicinity, that they have entered into partuessi.ip
for the purpose of giving full satisfaction to all
mankind and iu the way of giving fits, they may
l found at the old establishnient formerly occu
pied by' D -yiion an i .Jones, immediately oj p isite
the .store of Geo. McCanu. The public may rest
assured, that all work entrusted to their care will
be made in a workmanlike manner, and at the
time premised. Garments will be cut according
to the latest fashion.
- - A. II. TAYLOR.
JOHN JONES. .
Ebensburg, March 5th 1850.
ilflii mmm u.
Or .OCfL IS .1 VEX, I'.t.
5N"SURES DetacIicJ Rulldings, Stores, Mcr
chaudi.e, Farm Property, and other DuiMings,
aud their contents.
..1 ?, S, . .. X.
n 1 . ... .11
Hox. Jons J. Peab-je
Joiiv 1J. Hall,
Charlks A. Mayek,
Hox. G C. Hauvey.
T. T. A Bit a vs.
D. K. Jackma.v.
Hon. G. C
T. T. Alka.vs, Yicc Pres.
Tuos. Kitchex, Secy, , ,
Samuel II. Llovil, Thos. Bowman, M. D
A. A. Winegardncr,
1. A. Mackfv
A. White, V
John YY. M.iynard,
Hon. Simon Caintrou.
Dr. J. S. Crawford,
A. Updcgraff, ,
Hon. Win. Bigler.
J. C. XOON. A"ent
Ebensburg, April 0, 1850.
BASKETS Clothe, Toy and Work Basket
J. M rrit'.
THE GRFATFST AT1P.AC1I0N ! !!
J. -Mt oi:i; fi.
HAYE just ojtci.ed at tl tir oh! stand: in tht
! rougli of Eleiislmrg; the richest ami
rarer t, the lincst and cheapest assortment of
FALL JAD WIXTCR GOODS,'
eyeroflercd to the people ..f Cimbria County.
Um:salcare was uken i.i the selection .f these
got', and care has bi-n falioi, t! it ,. tf!
in the range cf a Country store, nor auv ways
near it, but what they can" supply to their cus
tomers, at least as cheap ks they' can U; had in
Their btoek of Dry Goods is imorecrdtnl'v
large, embracing Cloths, of cverv variety rn'd
texture, Satinetts, Cnssimcrcs, Twcds. Jeans.
c-c, &-c., Flannels, Sheet in-. Siiirtin-. and
made up Clothing cf cvery tliriraion. " A great
'LADIES' FANCY DRESS GOODS
of nil patterns and at all prices.
Laces, trimmings, gl es, mitts, tfc. Their
assortment of hats, caps, boots, and shoes. i
complete and unsurpassed.
GROCERIES & LIQUORS, rf every variety
and quality. A well selected variety "of II iron
ware. Cutlery, and nt.ils. Also, QueJnsware and
Glass; IVints, Dve stuits.
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
And a1., for side low f . r cash. rr given in
cl:ai;ge for country produce. Give us a call.
J. Moore son.
Ebensburg, Nov. 0, '51.
THE subsciilier would respectfr.llv inform th.
citizens of Ebensburg, ai d viein'tv. that h
has 1 moved bis shop to MOORK'J OWN, wben.
he has every facilily f..r carrv ing on n Jar-e busi
ness, and Jiopes by using n-ne but tl . bet-"t maf
n'a'.and t-ioploying nM:e but t! - b-st workman,
be hopes, to convince all who wiil do J.i; ti c
favor to examine his work, t' at in j-b.t .f dur
ability, appcarsrm-c or cheapness, it rai.-m-t
excelled by any similar establishment i;i th
State or clsewliere. Persons w ishing a b-,r-,i,
m the purchase of a carriage . "wj on.
suit tlieir own interests by giving l,im a rah
Ti cy are prepared to supply- theY.I lowing kinds
of vel:!cb-s. viz : "
R'iggirsof .liferent cjualities and pri-e. Bar
ouches. Chariottecs. one and t'.vnhnre rH-kawav
chse quarter cbptic and C-Sni i;i Cnciies: e
cond-hand w ork of different kiiids. ,vc. mskir.- a
variety thatwill suit ail tastes an.'t all purses.
Repairiiig done witi: neatness aud .J,-.-,
. ROBERT G ALPREATII
S t .2a0, '4.
mw urn of mmm
Front Ebensburg- to Willaicre Station !
TIIESalscril-rs bavin;; as..K iate.I theniselve
together, have put up..;, the Ebeasi.ur- a-d Jef
fers. n Plank Road a double
Rally Line f ciiaKe CetuheN,
word 1 say to the Pubiic that thev will spare no
j.ams to carry passengers to an 1 'fi..m WiMr.iore
.Station with ;.ll .l'-sp:;t;-!i and comi'.it.
Cs-Caeiis leaving lileushurg at 7.30 A. TI.
Connecting with train g..ingve.t at Wilm'.r..
Station at ll.f:j. A. M. -
Leaving RJ-eushurg, j;t connecting with
train going east :it 1. RS, P. M.
leaving El. nsbarji.at .'cPk. P. M., connect
ing with train west at P. ai.
'lave Willmoic Station r i;:..i:sbine ,m tb
ai rival of every train, both East and West.
The Public may rest assured that there will l e
a coach abwavs at tbestati. n ou the arrival !
the tars. THO.MI'SON & HAMILTON.
Ehensliurg. NovmU-r '.), '04.
Cto. W.Toild, ll
Importers Wtclssile DecUera iu Hardwire
Cutlery, cto.. So. 25'j ilai ket Street.
EEP eoiist.mtlv n hand tlie -euiiK- Tii.a.-
thy .-Rick's Autre;-.-. Wm. Man.,' :
and Hunt's superi- i- A.e-. Conrad A: W.i'to.i's
siqienor iob-hed ct'.I Si,..Vt.. D.o'-ing A IV
.Iron's Ur.us and Cr ubinu-Si-Mi.. s.(i.t,i, n and
I'atmt S.yt' e Snaths. IVe.t Cb-ii e., Piu. Av
vvc, ni.ici; liiev .iL.el I .r s:. e . I
to country !e . le; s old v.
T rsTICK OF TH E PEA UK and SCR I YEN EE,
. ,V'i,r!;'!'' t,,u'uship. Cambria eomity, IV-ue. -.'
Collections utl other lusinos will bepVoiro'V
attfiuled to. - "
Mav 9. i?fJ.
i UN tV.ISS.
A Change IJew Firm !
miE PURL.C ARE IIKKEBY I N FORME!
I tlist the partnership hr-' tof .re existing unde:
the firm of Evans. J..1., n Hare, Evan KfEvi-.r.s
and Hugh Jones, has b. en dis.solv, ,!. jr. ;a.-t.
retiring. The liim as't n-w stancs will carrv
'in the busiiicss iu all its various branches at the
old ttands. The Tannery will U under the sn
porinlendariop of Jol.zi Evaus at the old stsnd
formerly owned by J. Moore. Ti;o Sho making
business will be carried on as u u.l a few tloor.
eastof Snyder's IJotp' in all its 5 r.-.vxl.t-.
Tho highest market j-nVes will b- p.-n.l ii
cash f:ir hides. Chestnut and Hemlock Dark iu
They have constantly on hand, a larire assort
ment of French calf-skin. Men and Woinens' Mo
rocco RtK.ta and Shoes, and are prepare.1 to exe
cute work on the sb'ortest notii-e.
Bring practical workmen ther.:se!v(Ts. and usim.
none but the very bif materials they are couti
dent tb.ey can execute woik as well and as cheaj
as any e.stabli?jimeiit in the country.
April CO. ISCG-ilTtf.
- otin ai'Eitrgc,
Kanrifacturer ai.d Dealer in all Kinds efCian.
Snuff, Cbewiug and Lesf Tobacco. Slontcom-'
ery St., Hollisdaykburg:, Pa.
Constantly on Land, a fine and we-'l selecte. 1
stock of Spar-isL, and. half Spanish cigars,
at the l -wcst possible prices. All articles wld at
this establishment are warranted to be what thev
are rcpicvi nted.
Augu.st 8, ISoo. by.
'. W. Wiiprurc?.
ATTOI5.XI.Y AT EAW
eb knii r UK. r.t.
V7"ILL j-ractice in ti e sevtral Courts of Cam
f bria, Blair. Huntingdon. Indiana and Clear
field county. Oliicc one deer wes-t cf Dr. Wm.
Ccj-Also Agents for the sale of Lands in Cam
bria and adjoining Counties;
Crj-Also Agents for the Union Fire Insurance
March 2'-. 185G.
nRii tnu jom:,
Justice of the Teace, -bontburg-. Pa.,
"1X7" ILL attend promptly to alt collections en
T T trusted to his care. Ollice, adjoining Us
July 21, 1852. If. 7
7IIITE Beans, and Diicd Fruit, for Kile
at J. rDcrmit's.
A DIES and Chihlrtn's bets end G niters al
J.M 'DERM IT'S.
1 ROCER1ES, Cendits.. vt and Cracktrs,
&t J. M. Dormit .
WATCH IrlAKHR, AXD DEALER IT
wm mmi m-miim
1 ..ww ,0 VillllllUlI.
rniill' : 1 .
' n 'iirj unucrsigDC'j respectlullj
uegs leave to mtorm the w
citizens of Johnstown and vicinity 3T"
rh-tttio tlOQ itK-t nvnir ... A.'
- - - - - ..... j... ' i 1 j v 1 is tiovv WSkTa
opening ir.e largest tMct or U lacks, Wafches and
Jurelru, evt r brought to Johnstown, viihout c
ceUiun, which will le soM - tl.eai er that th
chcajicst." His prices will always to uniform
l): e ei;st jvct viill r.i.t n .1 r
- - -v v.....,!; mere jor tne
.atne quality of p-nls than anotber. A List of
5 .me i f the articles cmprivtil in the usst-rtrimt
is annrxttl. Puces mny be ascertained, pf
2..!.-. exan.ii td, nt the Stous on Msia Skiet
Gold Iluntjng English I-vers
1 1 Detached Levers, full jcwclld,
Gold Ijppincs. 4 In les
Silver English Levei 8,
Silver Detached Lever,
Silver lupines. G-11 Guard Chain.
Gold Vest Chain. Gobi Pencils, with P
Gold Pencils, Gold Medallions,
Silver Extension Pencils aud Pens,
Gold Breastpins. Lndica and Gntierea
Gold Eardrops, Gold Earrings, '
Gold Finger Rings. Gold Cuff Tinn
G. I I en 1 Silver V.'atch Keys, PorUai,,
La lies' Fans, fancy snd p!ib,
Sdvr-r Teaspoons, Silver Tlu'rnfel
Plated Tablespoons, l est.
Silver Ghard Cliains,
Plated and B.-ittania Tea St tt-.
Violins and Bows. Violin Strings,
O-It's and Allen's Revolvers, c"ii'cbei
(jold bracelets. Accordeons,
Silver and Plated Spectacles. A-c Ac A
(; Ai r. sorts of Watches. Clock' .nd JrwcIrT
renmtwl w ,th promptress and at Jow rat.. Cw.
hdent that Le cannot be undersold, the unclmieB
resrecifi v solitits the rmfmVnce and pstro,-,
of the pi,.,!. LOUIS LUCKH ARDT
May 14. l?5fi. 25-tf.
Tlie War Ended
ITITtTTTtf r. TI Knr
Ann VHI. r ti R M
Wl IB II L'UUL'll '
dw auu robervm i .rn,,..:': ..,
a larire sto k if f!...i.r. cr..i r.... .
tern cities, w inch he will tiisje of M. u-IfM to
su-tall customers old as wtli a new ones. H;
sto.K has bteu seWted with great care, which
tor quality and quantity cannot l Ut ou ti
srie of J. rdan. The stock cons:t cf
Furtljn and Anuri- T.'cking,
can Ci4hs, Alauacat.
I bun Casstmers, Dtluinrt. AVib 8tl,.
-tto .Style ..f Frints.
Vest in js of all kinds, Ginvlamt '
C - , -v -
csntrts anil JJraicers, Calicoes
ILtndkt rcli iffr.
Glin ts and JIvsitry,
AI.i'5 supply of IURLWABC. GUEEKM
VAIlEaul GRUCKME3. V
Call at the More of El. Robert if roi wi.b t.
purcb.ase g.HHls and at low price. Vt Cii!Hdr
it no tn.i.b'e to show our jr.n-ds so walk in sad
judge ibr yt,unIves. EDWARD ROCEIlTS
LUnsburg, April 23, 156.
FALL & WiXTBR GOODS
LODGERS Jt JONES
AVE just rceivetl and are now dixplatiur
A-JL tvrefuily selecte.1 u:k of fall J win?-
I goo-is. Ilieir tcK.k consists of lrv r
every description and quuhtv tuitaH for lb
present and approaching seanot!. Vi-rr hand
s,.me assortment of Broad cl.,tin. C;iniert
sattnetts. .Jeans, i c. Ac. Ready made t-lothic:!
La lh.v' Goois Such s tine ismn.,,, , fi,
assortment of silks an! woob-n r.UUU. rt.ry
variety ot De Iui, :el silks of ever rcnp-
S 1 1 A WI JS A n ur.t-.iai; v
nj,udsmc verier v.
bnxme and Wko, of 11 quilitlen mLl
PRINTS Foreigu u--l doaif-, of vrv r-r-"-
and (uabty. '
BOOST A- SHOES The very Le.twl.ctwi tUt
1:1 ti:e 111:11 i;et.
HAliDWARE A- CUTLERY Builder .J
Mc'-hauu s sire requcste-l to tall ard exAmin. our
, si..- 11 ii;tri.vare, una tne attention of Loim-
ket'iis is alie.J to our cutlery.
GROCERIES Their Hock'o Creoles in -u.u:a!iy
large, consisting tf sugar, coife. no!
ses. 11. c. tea. Iepper. fis.'i, and silt.
AI-SO Paints ai.l dye st nils, wooden wwe.
and t locks,. In sbor. a full and complete Trietr
of everything either for show or us--,tht can find
its w:-.y iiilo n country store, all of which mill L
sold on the mofct n-.ouabIe tenaa for cm r
ihey return thajiks to their friendt for rat
ivors, and respectfully sk a continw.nce f
Elienslntrg, Nov. 9, '.4
Jolimtovrn JUaible Workw,
Franklin Street, nearly o;pocit ti nw Kt
dist Church, Johns tou, Pa.
MONUMENTS, Tombs, Grave Stones, M
tels, 1 able, and Bureau tops, manufactured
of she niosi beautiful and finest quality of foreign
ana domestic marble, always on hand and !
t. . order as cheap us they ciu be put chased in the
East, with the addition of carriage. From lcmg
experience in the business and strict attenlka
thereto, be can assure the public that all order
will be promptly attended to and the work finish
ed in the best an i niost handsome manner uruiah;
ed to order and delivered at any plac desired.
ALSO, Grindsttnes of various priis and t-ixt.
suitable for farmers and tcchaics. Sold Ly
wholesale or retail.
7For the convenience of person-? reJdin In
the east and north of the county, specimeus mj
1 seen and orders left with Stephen Llojd, at
his cabinet warerooms in Ebensburg.
Purchasers are invited to examine stock and
prices. fjune 0,
Tombstones! Tombs Stoues! .
RICHARD JONES respectfully informs the
public that Le is prepared to furnish all kind
of Tomb Stones, of Italian and American Marble,
manufactured iu the latest style, and lettered ae
cording to any directions.
His yard is situated at the south part of the
town, where a large assortment of articles in Li
line are always kept on hand.
From long experience he feels confident be c
eitse all tastes, and lie therefore hopes to he pat
ronized by a generous public.
June 17, 1853.
DRUG AMD KEDICINE STORE.
f I 'HE undersigned would inform Lis many
friends in the town and country, that Le has
crect-ivd a new and large assortment of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
; lie solicits the patronage of the public, n?
gives tlie assurance that every kind of ordcrscLues
as RECIPES, Ac., prom ply, and to lower prices
as in other stores w ill I attended to.
- FREDERICK SXYDEB.
July 20, 185-1.
assorted nieces of Stone Ware, hist r
ceiTcd at th Cbtsp Store of