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"jiLESSDlGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEWS OP HEAVEN, SHOULD BE DISTWBTJTED ALIKE TJPON THE HIGH AND THE LOW, THE RICH AND THE POOR.
NEW SERIES.
! Tr-. TrfrTk TT7
TTIIIi DEMOCRAT & SENTINEL, is publish
od every "Wednesday, morninjr, in Ebensburg,
. Cambria Co., Pa-at tl .50 perumum, IF PAID
'in advakck. if not $2 will be charged.
-V-l) V EUT IS KM E NTS will be conspicuously in-
scrteu at me loitowur.g rates, m.
1 square o Insertions,
Every subsequent insertion,
1 square 3 months,
1 " 6 "
J year,
" " col'n 1 year,
" "
Business Ct'Tfls,
$1 00
25
00
00
12 00
oO 00
15 00
5 00
1 (Jrj-T'.vel ve i ife s constitute a square.
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Oil l I IS 4 S ScJrt 3 HT S A EE
OF VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE.
TjTY virtno Of an order of the Orphan's Court
M3 of the county of Cambria the undersigned
ill expose to public sale at the house of Sylves
ter Weakland, at Che.ss Springs, in Ciearlkll Tp.
Cambria county, on .
SATURDAY THE 8TII DAY OF NOVEMBER
next, at oai o'clock in the afternoon, the follow
ing real cstaJfl of which Michael M'Dermilt died
sei.-.ed, situated iti the township ami county aiore
said, being allotments Nos. 3, 4 and 5 , as ,
mentioned iir.r. (lesciibed in the inquisition had of
i. .i ri T 1. - "
tlie real estate ol urn saiu tiece;-ieni, v:z. ;
No. 2. Beginning at a che'rry'tixe, thence
north 2J degrees west, by land of David Sutton,
76 perches t a post, thenca south 88 degrees
'east, by lands of -Mathew I ory, 155 perjlie's to
- pine,th'-uco south, "by land of Jame;; hitxinger
;and lot No. one, 110 perches to a stone, thence
by lot No. one, east 1 3-10 perches to a post,
thence south by division line between lots Nos 2,
nl 3, 12S perches to a sugar thence west, by
'the Ashland Furnace property, 'JO perches to a
;spruce, thence north, by Und of Jacob Wagner,
'30 perches to a sugar, '-thence north 22!, degrees
west by lm.l of Jacob Wagner and James Ste
phens, 152 perches "to the place of beginning,
"containing 18 1 acres and allowance a portion of
which is cleared and havingh??eoii erected a log
hou.-e and a log stable in the Lclnrnoy of 'Lucas
Mveru.
No. 3. licginningat h f-rtst corner of lot
Xo. 3, thence east by lot No. 1. IflO perches to
post, thence south, by division line between lots
Nos. Sand 4. 252 perches to a post, thence west
br tho Ashland Furnace fiope" ?';' .perches to
map'e, thence north 55 degrees west, by same. 17
perches to a piiu thence ii'jrth by sant, 40 de
grees west, 150 perches to a 'r-ot. 'thence north
by suno and lot No. 2, 150 perches to tie place
"of beginning, containing 200 acres ami allowance
- ;i small portion of which is cleared.
No. 4. liegiuning at a post a corner f bt
No 3. thence east by lots Nos. one and lire, 158
perches to a pine, thence s.uth o degrees west, by
land warranted in the nawe of John P.uriis, 1 10
perches to a white oak, thence south touegn es
west, by same. 1C7 perches to a post, thence
"west, by Ashlaml Furnace jtroperty, forty nine
and a-ha!f perches to a port, theneo north, by lot
No. 3. 252 perches to the place of leginnint. con
'taiuini 170 acres and allowance abo'nt ou acres
'of which is cleared, and having tbeiecn er'-cte 1 a
tiowoil log house.
No. 5. Ueg'nning at a p'v.st. "thrice by lot,
No 1, an I land of Janus Litziuger, north 11.10
perches to a chestnut oak. tlioice east by land
warranted in the name of John 11 oop. 250 per
ches to a post, thence south Irt degrees west, by
hand of M'Der'Ml and Ji'tiiure and tract in name
ef John Burin 200 perches to a spruce, thcr.co by
John Burns, north 47 degnes west 15 p r. ln s to
'a spruce, thence, by same, north 3 degrees wct
"72 perches to a pine, tl.ciut: by lot No. K. north
!S8 degree west 10.) perches tc plf.ee of beginning
containing 20:', a r-s an! alloW hnee.
TEUMS OF SALE. O.ie third of the pur
chase money to e paid on continuation of the
ales and tlie residue in two equal annual pay
ments thereafter, with interest, to be secured by
the Jud-ment lk n ls and Mortgage pr.r
chaser. WI LEIAM K lTTELL,Tru-tee.
T. S. The Trustee above in mod will bp at
Ashland Fmnarc. at noon, on the diy previous
'to the sale, and will point out the property t
persons who may wish to m ike ;p examination
of the premises and will meet him t! ere.
October 8, 1850.
THE subscriber takes plea&me in announcing
to his nunu'iou customers, and the public
-generally, that he is now ojtviing one of the
largest and most desirable stocks of
FALL AXL WINT-KU UOODi !
'ever presented to this cn,nunity. li.s stock
'consists chietly of the ft llowing 'n
IjADIES DUESS G130DS?
?uch as T.dmas, Yizcttes. Shawls, .Silks, Meri
nos, Cashmeres, Woolen Plaids, De Laines, Do
Bages, Alapat as, Ginghnms, Calico; BONNETS
Gibbons, (Jollars, Trimmings, vKrc.
OENTLEMEX'S CLOTHING !
such as Over Coats, Dress Coats, Pants, Vests,
'Shirts, Drawers, &c. Also a l uge stock of
DOMESTIC GOODS!
such us Brown and Bleached Mitrlhi, 7'v7.,
Dcninui. Shirtings, Che:Lf, Km larky Jranx, .Vdj
w.ts, Caaxitmre, Ihtunili Li-whey, Ticking,
- JUaiiketx, 8,-r. Also
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. Trunks, Hardware,
Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, and a large
btock of
GKOTEIUHS!
He would solicit farmers who are in want of
GOOD COUN SliELLLBS & STP.AW CCTn:ilS
to call and examine his stock ; he would wish
alto to inform them that he hAs made arrange
ments to supply them with ftll kinds of FEU
TILlZEliS, such as Peruvian and Mexican Gu
nn'js, &c. He invites one and al! to come and
Examine his large and well selected Stx.k, before
purchasing elsewhere, as he is determined to sell
Vif in;!Ier iriif:)s limn pvit Ti:fikrA lri,-r i
vicinity. Tho ONE PRICE SYSTEM will be i
continued as heretofore, S3 that parents may send
their children to make purchases with as much
advantage as if Ihev went themselves,
DANIEL M'LAUGIILIN.
Tunnel Hill, October 8, 185G.
. IMI'OKTA&'T XOTICi:.
iLL persons indebted to the estate of Milton
A BoWrts. dee'd, for costs as Prothonotary and
Clerk of thte Quarter Sessions are hereby notified
to make pavinent without delay, as it will be ve
ry unpleasant for me to have to resort to compul
ory measures and thereby add costs, which will
e imperative unless paid shortly.
Howard J. Itoberts, of this through is duly au
thorized by me to receive said fees and rccc pt fcr
Ihesame. He wid attend for that purpose, a
the Prothonotary's office, in Ebensburg, at the en
duing (urt in December next.
JOHN WILLIAMS. ExV.
LiVnsWg, Ort. 25, 1 85.
v.. i... ,v.i.- nc rmnm&a Pica's 'or
. I v.... " - -
Cambria Counts'.
Edward Burk V nn '1q-p
vs. No. 20 Dec. Terra 18oG
Wm. II. Hamilton ad- J- .. ..
miuratrr.Wr si Wm. 2nd al. Scire racial.
IvarnCtt, dee'd. J
Cambria Ccuntj" s.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
To the Sheriff of Cambria county,
GREETING:
Whereas, Edward liurk, heretofore in our
County Court of Common l'leas of the County of
Cambiia, to wit : on the 2d of January, Anno
Domino, one thousand eight nundfsd -and forty
nine, before the honorable the Judges then con
stituting the'same Court at Ebensburg, by the
conslderatu n of the same Court, recovered against
WUliatn II. Hamilton, advn'r of William-Earnett
dee'd, of the said county, Yeoman, as w'ell a cer
tain debt of thirty three dollars and sixty-eight
cents, lawful money of the 'United Stales, as also
ten dollars and seventy and three-fourth 6cr?s,
like money, which to the said Edward liurk, in
our same Court were adjudged for his damages,
which he sustained by the detention of that debt,
with interest on the debt from the 2d day of Jan
uary, one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine,
.-,,.- tVr. n.hn'r of Wm . Barnett was con-
viet, as of record amVproccedings in our s.-iid Cmrt
J(UlgCs at F.bciurg, remaining, man
;f.ctlr nr,l,rarK. XeVOl tilt lC&S eXCCUtll'll OI t tlO
UV.OUJ li
same Jiulgmeiit as vtt remains to be made, as by
the insinuation of Edward Burk we have received
and because we are willing that those things which
are right iu our said Court should be done, we
command )-ou that you make known -to Xq?l. B,
Pringle, adm'r, de bonis non of Wm. Baruett.
dee'd., with notice to llobert Barnett, Mrs. Sarah
E. Pringle and Alexander B. Piinglehcr husbihd
Tlleodefo "Barnett, Mary Jane Barnett and Harry
Barnett children and heirs at law of WiP.iam Bar
nett deceased that they be and appear before our
Judges at Ebensburg, at our County Court of
Common Pleas, there to be held, on the first Mon
day in December next, to tdiow if anything for
themselves thej- know or have to say, why "the
aforesaid Edward Burk ought not to have execu
tion of the debt and damages aforesaid according
to the form and effect cf 'the said recovery, if to
him it shall seem expedient. And have you then
and there this writ.
Witnkss, tlie Ilonoiable George Taylor, Presi
dent of our same Court at Ebensburg, this thir
teenth day of -September, -in 'the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred aildVifty-six.
A true copy, H. J. 110BEBTS, Prot'y.
Attest.
JOHN BOnEBTS Sh'crilT
"7IIK Commissioner, appointed by the Court oi
4 Common Ideas of Cambria county, to take the
testimony in'the matter of the petition of Grcen
burg Taylor, for a decree of specific performance
of a contract 'entered into with Daniel O'Keefe,
in his lifetime hereby gives notice to all interes
ted that l:e W'H attend to tl e duties of said ap
pointment, at Lis office, in El ntburg, on -Mon-dav,
t!.e 17th dav f Nov mber next, at one o'
clock, P. M. A .V. MCLL1N, Com'r.
EWnslnrg. Oct. 15, 1S5G 4t.
coh n is & i oT: iis xoTica.
THF CjinmiiorfT-, apj-ointed by the Court of
C.-mnioii Pleas of Cambria county, to take tl.e
testimony in the matter of the petition of James
M'Coy, lor a decree of specific performance of a
cop.tr ct "jutef-d into with Danii 1 O'Keefe, in his
lifetime, hereby gives notice to all interested, that
l.e wiil attend to the duties of said appointment,
at his olike in Ebensburg, ou Monday, the 17th
day of November next, at one o'clock, P. M.
A. C. MULL1N, Com'r.
ElfRsburir, Oct., 5.5, 1850. 4t.
Km for Bargains.
VIE subscriber has just received from (-"i
SL the E;ist a largo a I splendid stock fj.tijjL,
of new Gok1s of the foiiuwi-ng ai titles, a'.l
of the host qiu-.lity, Groceries sucli as
Coffee, Sugar,
Tea, and Syruji
o'f'the ifcest that has
Vvct been brought to
this town before. ALSO
Si arc h Corn which is very
delicious for food, in fact he
has everything that is in the
(Jrocery line. ALSO A good as
sortment f fancy stationary and no
tions. ALSO lie has added to his
stock a good assortment of HAUVES1
TOOLS, which is very important to the
Farmer at this time, consisting of the fol
lowing articles sulIj as
SCYTHES.
SXATIiES,
FOllKS,
HAKES, Sfi-., all of a g-wd qual
ity. A LSO A good assort
ment of DRUGS and
MEDICINES to
mention.
Also A lar-e 'l. ,t of G 0 OD EE O VR. ALSO
DA 11 111 OK, KAILS, and GLASS.
Call and see ami t xaminc for yourselves, you
will not regret bv doing so. . . .
KOBERT DAVIS.
Ebensburg, July 0, 1850. 37.
to TiiEsi2ARi:Uii.m:resor Tiac
SMALL FEY GIFT ENTERPRISE.
f inilE flattering success the proprietors of the
JL " Small Fry Gift Enterprise " have met
with, has enabled them to make such report to tlm
Committee, that said Committee have thought
proper to meet in Aitoona, on Fbiday, 17th of
October, 1850. to distribute the property of the
Enterprise, when it is desired that as many mem
bers as can, will attend the distribution. As there
frv y?t ft few tickets unsold, in the hands c-f age'nts
they are requested to use a little exertion to dis
pose of them, and make their returns as soon as
jKissible.
S. KBIGGERj M. II. JOLLY,
A. lUBEKN, J- SINK,
J. M'CAIIEN, M. POLITY.
J. MOUUOW, Y. VALENTINE,
J. D. HAMILTON, G. F. M'CABE,
li. ROBERTS.
Committee Room,
Aitoona, Aug. 15 1850. )
"WIio Owos Us."
THE Books of the subscribers have been placed
in the hands of Johu-Williams, Esq., fur col
lection MURRAY & ZAIIM,
MURRAY", ZAIIM & Co.
EWnshurg, Pec. 20. 1855.
J.
ADIES' Elastic Belts, Black and fancy col
J or at J. M'Pri"It'
EBENSBURG, "NOVEMBER 19 18S'6.
f7.zzzn Sfts v3t
Arrival of ilic Trains at Wiluiorc
Station.
The Fast Line resumed its 'regular trip on
Monday. May 19th. The following is the schedule
of the trains passing li.ast ana est.
Express West,
Mail
Local Freight
ifail Train 'East
Fast Line
10 o'clock, 12 min.
A.
P.
P.
A.
P.
A.
M.
M.
M.
M.
M.
M.
.8 42 "
H
G
13
o.
Local Freight
6 35
Hacks leave this station immediately after the
departure o the trains for Ebensburg.
THE LOSO LOOKEuVcil HAS CO?IXJ AT
CI.OTl!IXC;STOltE!! "
The largett, best, and cheapest assortment of
C&.OT1ISXC !
S, Bcrnei would resjiectfully inform the citi
zens of Ebensburg and surrounding country, that
he has just epei1ed out at his new establishment,
near the"Cour House, dfie (if the largest, most va
ried, elegant and cheapest assortment of Clothing
ever brought to this or any other place.
His stock is unquestionably the lichest and ra
'resVever imported to the top of the Alleghenies.
and embraces everything that can be enumerated
or conceived in 'the Clothing line, cOTisjsting of
Overcoats of all sizes and qualities from 33,od to '
$20)0,
r-oats ' " " $1,00 to $20,00. ,
Pants " " " $0,75 to $8.00.
Vests " " " $0.75 to $8X'0.
Also.ti full Ksscivfrnen't of silk Neckerchiefs, j
Scarfs, Ilandkcrchiefs, Shirts, Undershirts, Drat;-
ers, Socks, Comforts, Collars, Travelling Bags,
S:c.. S.'C. i
It is useless to attempt to give anything like a j
general enumeration, as the task would le a dif- j
ficult one, but in lieu of this, the public are mrst
cordially Invited to call and examine if they w'uh
the best of barcra?ns. ,'
Ebensburg. July SO, 185G.-4"0-ly.
X OTIC 13, '
TO THE STOCK HOLDERS OF THE JEFFER- j
SON lvBENSBURG PLANK ROAD Co; j
You are herelcy "notified to mee t at the Cambri.
House, in Jelferson, on Saturday the 20th day of :
September next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. A general j
attendance is requested. The propriety of in
creasing the tolls will be considered, and
t:t!iT
business of importance.
By order of the Board of Directors.
Wm. !-.. HUC 11ES, Scc'y.
An
g. 25, 1S50.
YaluabZe lroicrij' lor !!t?.
The subscriber offers bis farm at private sale,
containing one hundred ami eight r.cres-, sfl'jkted
in Pine township, ludiana county. Pa., alotit
four miles north of Strongstow'n. The land is in
a (roixl state of cultivation, with sixty acres
clear ju, and under fence. There is also erected
on the property a two story frame dwelling
House and an excellent Saw Mill, capable ef
cutting 2000 feet of jtunber in twelve hours.
Tlie property will lesold exceedingly low, as the
subscriber wishes to go West.
JACOB GLASS.
Sep'
1850-Ct
i:X ECU TOU'S 3VOT5CE,
"ET ETTERS Testamentary on the estate of R'cs
B A Morgan late of Cambria township, Cambria
County dee'd, have been Knertted to the pnbf'i
ber by the Register f s?.id coimty, and lie hereby
notifies all jeis.ns knowing tlieinselves to l.e in
debted to said estate to make immediate payment
and those having claims against said estate, to
present them duly authenticated for sett'emeut.
EVAN R. MORGAN, Execute-.
Aug. 27. 1850.
ian Away.
5roin the subcribcr iu AfYcghancy Township,
. August 4th A Boy named NathanieZ lieu
don aged about I5year. I caution any ler.Aft
to harbor or tru&t snrl Bov on mv acco'uVt.
"JOHN B. MYERS.
Loretto, Ausust, 0, 1850:
AltC tSBE IIOTEE.
HENRY FOSTER, PROPRIETOR.
The subscriber would respectfully inform the
citizens of Cambria county and the travelling
public generally, that he has leased for a number
of years the above Hotel, and furnished it in a
manner eqiud. if not superior, to many . Hotels in
Western Pennsylvania, and it being pituated in
one of tho most business streets in Johnstown,
makes it a desirable stopping place for business
men. Tlie Bar will be furnished with the be-st
liquors the Philadelphia Custom House can afford.
Attached is a large and commodious Saloon in
the basem'ont story-, where every delicacy will be
served up. Every aUcfcticii will le paid to visit
ors. HENRY FOSTER.
Johnstown, Sept. 3, lS5o-tf
rJEVZ ARRIVAL !
GMilS! GUHS! UK!
HART & BR0., would respectfully inform
their old customers as well as many new ores
that they have received a large quantity of Gro
ceries, which for quality ami cheapness cannot be
excelled by any similar establishment west tf tho
Allegheny mountains. We are determined to
sell lower than the lowest, We have also, on
hand
20.000 CIGARS
v.hieh we will dispose of wholesale or retail.
HART & BRO.
July 9, 185G.
valuableTarm
AT PRIVATE SALE.
The undersiglind in Carroll township-, offers for
sale his FARM containing oirt: hundred acres;
twenty-five of which are cleared, on which there
is a young Orchard. There is an "L" HOUSE,
3 4 by 30 feet and a DANK BA HX erected on the
premises. It lies on the Plank Road, 2J miles
from Carrolton and 7 miles from Ebensburg.
It is well watered. For information inquire of
Michael Snyder; aeljoiniug farm.
FREDERICK SNYDER.
Sept. l7-f 185G-4t
SCHOOL. TEACI1EIIS WA.TE.
The School Directors of the Cambiia School
District wish to employ-nine School Teachers.
The examination-of teachers will take place,
September 22d insti, In Ebensburg, at the office
of R. L. Johnston, Esq.
WM. G.WILLIAMS. .
Sept. 10, 1856.-3t President.
QU
UMMER Coats and Pacts, and. Silk, Lawns
iiuaharn llandkerchicts at J. M Derinite.
. - MEDICI3VES,
'At James M'Bermit's
j ERF.KSRURG. PA.
ICIIARDSCN'S Sherry Wine Bitters.
iDr. Weaver's Canker and salt rhcum'syrup
Hungarian Balsam,
WcKd7s Hair Restorative,
Vickers tetter ointment,
"Petit's eyo salve,
Insect Powler,
Syrup blackberry root, a sure cure for dysentery,
Ayres Cathartic Pills,
Holloways "
.Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills.
Braiiclretli's do do
Bennet's Plant and Root do
McLane's Liver elo
Swnvnes Sarsanarilla and tar Pills.
LTniversity's. Jayucs and Had way '3 Tills,
''Cam'hran Pills, " " ' . . ,
r-. 1 ... 4 . A r-- T I 1
i.g.v iieiuc!Oies vj -rt vocri y x v-v."iii, .
Kev'srrs Pectoral pyrup Swaynes Syrup Wild
Chcrrj' Universities remedy Jaynes Exiecto
rant, Brant's Pulmonary Balsam, Syrup of tar,
'v ild cherry and hoarhound.
Perry Davis' pain Killer,
Bad way's Ready Relief,
Mustang Liniment Indian liniment,
Electric oil and Magnetic oil,
Kennedy's Medical discovery, -
Brant's Purifying Extract.
Holland Bitters, Holland Bitter,
Browns essence of Jamaica Ginger,
Holloway's worm confections, McLancrs Swaynes
and Jaynes Vermifuge,
Thompson's Eye-water,
Cure 'for toothache,
Cvre for earache, deafness,
Balm of a thousand flowers,
ilair tonics and Hair oils.
Ebensburg, April COth 185G. 27.
. SMI I V AT E S.lldE.
THE undersigned will sell at private sale the
following property, situated rn Allegheny
Township, close to GaLitxin s-tatiou, one double
house and lot. The building is one and a half
f 'lory big!), having all the conveniences to make
it a pleasant residence. Also One house and
three lots situated at the west end of the new
Allegheny Portage Tunnel. The property has
been occupied as a Tavern Stand, where a large
business has been done. Possession can l.e Lad
by the first of next March.
JOHN KENNEDY.
S. pt. 24, 1 S50. 3t.
OItlIIAXS' CMIT SAEE.
lTJ Y virtue of a pluries eider of the Orphans
M-J G-itrt. the following- real tttate, late th
property of Daniel Kee-fe, deceased, will be ex
posed to public sah at the house of John Godfrey
in Gabitzin, Cambria otmnty, on
Monday, Tin: lOru dat w Novemiier. 1850.
Vl.e undivided half of five acres of land., more
or less, adjoining lands of the Pennsylvania flail
Road Companyj Samuel Watts, James M'Clu&key
aml others.
ALSO The undivided half of a lot or a piece
of gr.h'id, situate in the village ef Gallitzin, ad
jofning the Pennsylvania Rail Road, land of Jack
son and Watts. Samuel Watts ami others, con
taining one fourth of an acre and twenty-live
perches.
TERMS OF SALE. Oi.e half of the purchase
money to Ik; paid on confirmation ef the sale, the
residue with interest in one year thereafter, to De
secured by boiiel and mortgage.
WILLIAM FLYNN.
Guardian of the Minor Heirs of Daniel Ktefe,
deceased.
Sept. 21, !L85C.
FOI'XD
On last Sunday evening, August 21th-, near
the "Welch Independent Church," a Watch
itta owner can have his property by calling at
this ifiice and proving property.
Sept. 3, 1850.
Sheriff's Sale.
R" Y virtue tA' an alias writ of Venditioni Exponas
t, issued out of the Court of Comnu-.n Pleas of
Cambria county and to me directed, there will be
or posed to sale by public outcry, on the premises
m the tow n of Jetfirson, on Saturday tho first
dav of November, A. D. 1850, at 1 o'clock 1.
M." All the light, title and interest of Peter
Donahoc, of, in an 1 to two lots of ground situate
In the town of Jefferson, Cambria county, ad
joining lots of John Holder, Elizabeth Lilly and
Mrs. Collins, now .n the occupancy of the said
l.t,.. 1V-.....1.,-.
Taken in execution and to be sold at the suit of
James Donnel by
JOHN ROBERTS, Sheriff.
SLeViff's 'Omce l
Ebens-burg, Oct. 8, 185G. j
GREAT EXCTTEJ1EAT!
Avnnnn nnl T 1 Tlfl
l' I II II IS il i'lr II I tt
iiillilrlllu IlLilJli
riHE subcriber we.nld respectfully inform the
J- gool citizens of Ebensburg and the adjoin
ing vicinity that he has returned from Philadel
phia, with the largest and most varied assort
ment of tSESOCESllES ever ottered. The stock
consihts as follows :
CjJroccries: Molasses, Sugars. Teas. Rice,
Candles.Soaps, Fish, Salt, Bacon & Hams, Flour.
Oat Meal, Corn Meal, Tobacco, Peaches, Dried
Apples, Saleratus, Baking Soda, Dried Herrings,
Durkee's Baking Powder, Sardines, Mustard-, Spi
ces, IIoRoways Worm Confection, Vinegar.
CoHffctloiiurius :
Candies-,
Raisin;
Oranges,
Lemons,
Citrous,
Prune-;.
Sega rs.
Fruits,
Fig,
Nuts of all kinels,
Ei'iuorst Cherry Brandy, Blackberry Bran
ny, Raspberry Brand v, French Brandy, Port
Wine. Old Ryo V hikey.
Kruslie, &c, &C : IIorse,Swcepiug, Dus
ting, Scrub and White Wash Brushes, Bed Cords,
Twine, Corn brooms, Baskets of all kinds. Tubs
tid Buckets of all kinds, Wash Boards, Butter
Bowls, Nails, Lamp Globes, Curry Combs, Carpet
Hammers and Tacks, Window Glass of all kindj,
Arnold's Ink, Hover's Ink, Stctl Pens, Station
ary of all kinds.
Together with a large assortment of otr.ei arti
cles not cnumeratetl, which will be sola as cheap
if not cheaper than any establishment ir. the
county. 1CHARD TUDOR.
Eben-.burg, Jul 30, 4 0.
C
ATHOI.IC Pravcr Rooks, Catechisms, Rosa
lies and Cmcilkcs, at J. M DERM IT'S'
"hiji..iiii
Willi am Eittell. 115am A. Ktiira
KITTELL &, MURRAY,
HAVING associated themselves in the prac
tice of the LAW, will attend promptly to
all business entrusted "to them.
Ebensburg, June 14, 1 8oG.
31. ISASSOIV,
Attorney at Law, Ebensbure-.Pa
o
FTICE adjoining the Pott Office.
Aug. 24, 1853.
-JEFFERSON HOKE.
(NEAR W1LLM0RE STATION, PA. R. R.)
JEFF EE. SO IT,
CA31BKIA CO., Ia.
JOHN fll'COY Proprietor
M'COY & BLHR'SliACKS,
Avill always be in readiness at WiLmore Sta
tion on the arrival eif each Passenger TraTa, ce;ii
vcying Passengers and Baggage, free cf charge
to Hotel, and leave directly via Plank Road for
Ebensburg.
CALL FOR M'COY & BLAIR'S HACKS.
June 18, 1830.
mim house.
EBEHSBUEG,
CA3USKIA County, Ia.
JOHN ELAIR, Proprietor.
ALSO, IN CONNECTION,
IS.
i.
Wifl leave the Union House for Willmore Sta
tion in time to take the Eastern er Western trains.
Eery accomodation will Le afforded to make
passenger comfort able.
H'HASTEE'S
LIRKRTV STREET,
BETWEEN II AND AND SEVENTH,
(Near the Penn'a. R. R. Depot.)
riTTS&Uxll. PA.
Ihy 21, 185"G. 30-1'y.
WILLIAM CARR 8l CO,
wholesale groc
RS,
IMP0ETESS
And Dealers in T0SEIG1? & D0MESIIC LiaVCHS,
OLD SaOHOKGAILELAaiidBectiaea Whi&key.
No. 323 '(3ommercial Row,
LIBERTY STREET
FITTTSBURG, Fa.
500 Bbls double Rectified Whiskev.
187 Bbls Old Monorgal ela Rye SVL.is.kcy, (Part
very choice.)
50 Ilhds N. O. Sugar,
70 Bbls N. O. Mousse?. ;
With a general ftssortmcnt of Groceries. a"so
Bacon, Fleur, Lard, lrrn & Nails &c, all of which
will be sold at low prices for cash.
WM. CARR & CO.
June 18, 1S5G. 34-
SURVEYS made and applications taken for in
surance against Fire in the
FKOTECTJOX MUTUAL FIRE. IXSU
JiAXCE COMPANY VE BLAIR
'COUNTY, BY
ROBERT A. M'COY. Agent.
Wilmore P. ()., Cambria Co.
VuhiaLIc Itcal Estate
FOR SALE.
I will sell at private sale that large and com
modious MUCK HOUSE, situate on High sheet,
in the Borough of Ebcii.-bmg, 1 cincr the property
rxvMii.i.ul l.v ililton Kobe-its. dee'd.. at the time
of he; eicalh. A l? r, t. va'.tr I c A O lf Gil O I ND
situate on the Clay Pike, about oi.e half 'mi" frem
said Borough, cenitaining 2i acus tnt'oscd and
in a good state of cultivation.
For terms apply to the Mil .-ciiler residing en
'th's pre 'raises, or to John Wil'.h.u.-. in Ebensburg.
MRS. MALYINA ROBERTS.
Sept. 17, 185G.-tf.
WANTED
TEN Teachers t take charge of the Seh.ce ls iu
Summcrhill Scluol District for four months.
Applicants will be required to possess 1st Class
certificates Applicants will n.ect the County
Superintendent in Jefferson on the 25lh day of
October next at one o'clock to be examined by
him. Schools to commence 1st of November next
By order cf the Board.
Wm. R. IIUGIIEo, Pec'y.
OiTice of School Directors 1
Jetl'crson, Sept 2H, 1850, St j
Sheriff's Sale.
BY v?rt':'e of aa aiias writ ef enditiout Expo5
nas; issued out of the Court of Common Pleas
of Cambria county and to me directed, there will
be exposed to pubTiC sale, on the premises, iu the
Borou"h of Conemau-h. on Saturday the first,
day ef November A. D. 185G, at 1 o'clock, P.M.I
All the riht, title and interest e f John Me
Mananiy deceased, tf. in and to a lot of ground
situate in Giiicmaigh B. .rough, Cambria county
fronting on Rail Road street, and running back
along Sinner street, to an Alley, adjoining lot of
William Flattery, and haviug thereon erected a
two story frame house with back building at-
aTakcii" in execution ja'n'd Vo 1te sold t the suit
of Thomas Campbell. Morris Tiernaii. and N. G.
Murphev, surviving partners of the late Cim ol
Tiernan" Campbell & Co.. by
JOHN ROBERTS, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Ofiice "I
Ebensburg, Oct. 8, 185G. j
ESTATE OF DAVID DAT1S IJIIC'D.
THE undersigned. Auditor, appointed ly the
Orphans' Court of Cambria county, to ex
amine, decide and report, upon the Exceptions
filed to the account of Stephen Lloyd Executor of
David Davis dee'd, aiid also report distribution,
will attend to the duties ef said appointment, at
his eiffice in Elnsburg on Tuesday the eighteenth
day of November next, at one oV-iock P. M.
JOHN S. RELY, Auditor.
October 8, 1850. 4t.
VOL. 4. NO. 4.
JACOB STAI1L.
C. TE0S. r.OEERTS.
lligli Sircel, Elinsburs, Pa.
RESPECTFULLY inform
the citizens of El-cr.shurg gtz'L
fri-1 sitrrmmdin conntrv that SsLlSStit
they have received a large and spleudiil assort
ment cf - ' - ---"
2-
end Jewelry of evcr
di&cription. Also,
Gold xveys, .,
Vest do.
Fob do.
Bard & "Wilson's cele
brated Gold Pens,
Gold Chains,
Plated do.
Rfer! do.
GolJ LoctcK -'"Seals,
-
Guards. ,. ''..
Steel, jlrass Kcjo
&c, too nuracrcus to mention, all of which wid
Lc&uLl iiLeapcr .thr.n they can be lw-ugl-.t else
where in this vicinity. Vlvtks and Watches tcar
ranfed food time Ae-rs or no stile. .
frj- CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY and
Ml'SKJAL INSTRUMENTS repaired with neat
ness and ek-spatch and warranted. Give them a
call at their room opposite tl.e "Mountaiu House"
as they will give vou entire satisfaction.
Ebensburg, May 14. 1850.
V. 31.
coerce.
Heury Iltnch-
NEW FIRM.
an lie r 11
THE subscribers would respectfully infi rm tha
citizens of Cambria county that they have
purchased the Tannery Estallishnic nt at lit mlotk
Cambria County, formerly owned by A. M. B.
White. The establishment will undergo new re
paJrs and improvements which will enable Unfits,
to-manufacture Leather ef all eliscriptiems for
country use, also, various kinds of Leather for
the Eastern market.
Cash will be paid for Bark and Hides of i
kinds, or if preferred in exchange for Leather. ,
None but practical workmen will be employed.
Orders for Leather will be proniptlv attended to
F. M. GEORGE.
henry Rrucn.
May 7, 135C. 28' -tf
Executor's Xolicc.
"g" ETTERS testamentary have l-een grant eel
jLitothe subscril'er, on tl.e estate of Milton Rob
erts, dee'd, by tire Register of Cambria county.
He hereby gives notice to all jferscus know
ing themselves indebted to come foiward arn.
make payment without delay, and thof c having
cluiuis against the same to present them properly
authenticated fcr st-ttlement.
JOHN WILLIAMS, Exec'i.
August 21. 1850.
ADV.IXISTHATOirS 50TILC '
"g" ETTERS of administration en the estate of
JLj James Rogers, late of La Crosse, Wisconsin
deceased, liAve been granted by the Register to
the subscriber, residing at Hemlock. Cambria ce.
Those having claims againrt said estate are re
questeel to present them, qreq eily autLenticatcxI
for settlement.
MARY JANE SCOTT, Adm'x.
Aug. 27, 1850. Ct c. adx.
"ff ETTERS festanev.tr.ry have leen granted Vy
B A tlie Register of 'Cambiia county, to tl.e sub
scribe r, on the estate of Francis Gillespie, dee'd
late of Carroll township, Cambria County.-jr
All persons knowing themselves indebted U saul
estate are requested to ce me forward and set tl e
without further delay.
ISABELLA" GlLLESriE, Exccr.tr x.
Aug. 21.1856. -
AUDITORS XOTXCESf.
Tlie Estate cf dcorgc iscl Bccd.
THE undcisigned, Auditor, ajqointe I by tho
Orphans' Court of Cambria County, to make
distribution e f tlie fum's, in ti e hands ef George
Murray Executor of George "ft'istl dee'd, amongst
the legatees and heirs ef said decease, will at
tend to the duties of saTd sqq ointment,, at his
oTiieain Ebenshurg on Monday the seventeenth
day cf November next at one oVIoek P. M.
JOHN S. l.HEY, Auditor.
October 8, 185C. it.
Instate of Joins -tS'lf cl Kcc'd.
THE undersigned. Auditor, nppeiutod by thi
O'T'han'sJouit of Cambria County, to make
distribution of the funds, in the hands t f Btrnaid
M'Meel Executor ef John M'Mcl dee 'J amongst
the creditors if said deceased, wiilattei.il to tho
elulies ef said appointment at his efiice in Ebens
burg, on Mondav the tenth day ef November
next at one o'clock P. M". . .
JOHN S. RHEY, Auditor.
Oct. S, 1850. 4t.
Efciale X I'elcr 3! losfccy IJr 'd .
tIIE undersigned, Aiuiitcj, appointed ly the
I Orphans' Ci'-urt ef Cambria ce-unty, to make
distrilutit n of the funds, in the bands of William
M'Closkey administran-r of the estate e f Peter
S, M'Closkey elec'J, amongst tlie envhters e fsaid
decease-d. will attend to the duties ef said appoint
ment at his efficc in Ebensburg on Thursday tho
sixth day of November next at or-eoYle-ek P. M".
JOHN S. RHEY, Auditor.
October, 8, 18oG. 4t.
Estate of Jcscnh A.Tflde!, Deceased.
7IiniEAS, Ixtters of Administration on tho
T V estate oi J.seph A. Todd, late e-f Alle
gheny Township, Cambria county, decc-af ed, have
Iwn granted by the Register ef said county, to
the undersigned, notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims against saio estate to prrr
sent them properly sutl.enticateel for settlement
and those indebted are reviuirce to make payme nt
w ithout delay. WM. RYAN, Aelia'r.
Oct. 1, lfcoG. Gta
L'-ST OF LETTERS,
T EMAIN1NG in tic Pct Ottice ht EUnsburg
ii, Pa., 5-eptemU-r "Cth, 185G :
Mrs. Susan Miller, Dr. J.. Cooper M'Kee, Te tcr
Mahan, P. J. Little, James Kane.raul Kirigston",
Sam'l O'llarrah. Isaac GiO'ord, Michael Glauber.
Chas. Farren, John Fish, Jahies Doha ty.Jol n Eli
der, Tliomas J. Palmer. Jae'.o'o llcxisseniann. Eliz
abeth Stermerfohn Cabat)ds,.Tobn lhadly .Thom
as Brown, B. Baekstresler.E. C. Al'en, L. Alwine,
Miss Annie E. Wilnaith, (2) Watk A. Well. Ma
ry Vnrly, Curt -li up Stein, Gee.rce Sbr.aker, Wil
liam Ross, Michael Me Vjn Jr.. M. Hare. M. Met
calfe. M. C- M'CAGUE, P. M.
OLD Rimrs and Bre'asti.ins Combs Port.
mories. and Toys, it J M'Dermit's
"BAPER LetteT, nele and foolscap mpfrrfy,,
ft paper. Steel Pens, Ink, Qulils.f iZii
Envelopes, Books, tc, at rBtlrV
J. M'Dermit's.
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