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Cambria County, ss,
. The Commonwealth of Penn-
feSfeysvlvania. to Charles Kennedy,
Dominick M'Bride, John A.
Mary Magdalen Kennedy, Augus
t;n Kenned v, Bridget L.. lntermnruod witli
David Evans. Thoma? E. Kennedy. Jeremiah
A. Fagar, guardian .pro loc rfce cf Ellen
Kennedy, Francis P. Kennedy and Lucinda
Kennedy. Greeting: We command you and
every of u, that you do iu your own
x roper person appear before our Judges at
Ebensburg. at an Orphans' Court theie to bo
held r. Monday, the 4th day of June next,
to answer Jehu A. Kenuedy in a matter of
his petition for a decree to enforce the spe
cific performance ol a contract entered into ,
between the said John A. Kennedy and
Michael Kennedy, deceased, in his lifetime, j
fvr the sale or certain real estiite situate in
the borough of Carroiltown. Herein fail not.
Witness the Hon. George Taylor. Presi
dent Judge of our said Court at Ebensburg,
tLe 3d dav of April. A. D.. 18US.
JAMES GRIFFIN, Clerk 0. C.
James Myers, Sheriff.
Sheriff' Ofl ice. Ebensburg,
April 19, I860. St. j
Orplums' Court Sale.
virtue of hii alias order of the
Orphans' Court of Cambria county, to
4ii8 directed, will ba exposed to public sale,
at the hotel of Valentine Malizey. in the
borough of Wi'.more. on Tuesday, the lth
d .,' (f May, ItfOG. at one o'clock, p. m..tle
following real c.-tate cf which John Noel,
late of Washington township, died seized, to
A certain piece or parcel of 1 md situate
iu Washington township, Cambria county,
auj..iuiig lands of Thomas M'Gough, Peter
M'Gougn, Daniel 0"Skelly. Austin Thomp
foi: and otliers, containing one hundied and
fjitv-six acres, more or less, about one hun
dred acres of which are cleared, having
thereon erected a srna'd PLANK HOUSE-j
and a BANK BARN, being premhes No. 1, j
ns m-i.tu'iied and described in the inrpiisi- i
lien on the real estate of said deceased. j
..lso A piece or parcel ot land situate
m Minister t
Cambria county, l'a.,
ai':vimng lands ot iliomas i.rown
Begun and others, containing two
r.iu! twent v-onO acres, more or less, Weil
timbered, being premises No. 2, mentioned
n:id described in the inquisition aforesaid.
TtiiMS of S alk One half of the purchase
money to be paid on confirmation of sale,
and the residue in two equal annual pay
ments thereafter, with interest, to be secured
by the judgruvnt bonds and mortgage of the
JOHN E. SCAN LAN, Tiustee.
April ID, 180G.3L
OF VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE.
COHERE will be soM at pul.lic side,
on Saturday, the VJth day of Hay next.
:.t the house ot Lawience Schroth, iu Cir
r ikown, by the Administrator of the estate
of Froncis N. F..X, deceased.
All that certain piece of land, situate in
Susquehanna township, containing about
FIFTY ACRF.S, adjoining lands of Bearer.
Siiortenkeichner, Luther and Weiland, about
twenty-five acres of which are cleared, with
a Log lloueai.d Stable there-u erected.
Tkums One-half the purciiase money on
contnmation of sale and tne balance
in one 1
vear thereafter, with interest, to b
iy Kind and M rtgage in the premises.
.i!e to c. mniencc at one o clock, p. m.
TlENRY IIOITLE, Administrator.
April ID. 1S00 Zt.
To t lie Se liool I I rectors ofCainbria Co.
,". EXTLEMEX: Iu pursuance? of
C the 4od section of the- Act of 8th May,
134, as amended March, 1SC0, you aie
btreby notified to meet in Convention, at
the Court House, m Ebensburg, on ti.e nr?t !
Tuesday in Mav. A. D., Snr,,Uiny the
day if the month , at 11 o cloei 111 the lore
noon, and selei t. riva voce, by a maj rity of
the whole number of Directors present, one
person ci literary aim scientme acquire
f teai 'ling
ol skill and experience in the art
as County Superintendent, for
the llirte succeeding vears ; determine the
amount of compensation for the same ; and
certify the result to the State Superintend
rnt, at Ilarrisburg, as reiiired by the 30th
ani 40th sections of said act.
J. FRANK CONDON,
County Supt. of Cambria county.
Johnstown, April 12. PiGG.-St.
Valuable 1'ropcily lur Sale.
DWELLING HOUSE, stable and other
out bud iings, together with nearly fee
acres of laud, late the property ot Jacob
Turner, iu the borough oi'Ebensburg, West
Ward, is offered for ?ale on reasonable terms.
Abo, a HOUSE and LOT. in the Fast Ward
of Ebensburg, belonging to the same estate
now occupied by Edward Dougherty. Terms
made to suit purchasers. Possession of
t-ither property given immediately after the
a.!e is fl cted. Enquire of Ezekial Hughes,
Ebensburg, Pa., or Edward Parrish, of Cam
. bria township. Executors of said estate.
April V2, lSOo.tf.
Kslalt of Jp.iic Wlierry, Drctancd.
LETTERS testamentary on the lat Will
and testament of Mrs. Jane Wherry,
late of the borough of Ebensburg, Cambria
county. Pa., having been issued to the un
dersigned the executors earned in the said
will by the Register of the said county ;
notice is hereby given to all persons who
have claims against the said deceased, to
present them properly authenticated for set
tlement, and those indebted are requested to
make payment immediately.
GEO. J. LODGERS, ) ,
VM. KITTELL. j hxr s
Ebensburg, April 12, 18CG.CL.
TETTERS testamentary on the
v.f t f!
. Ul i
j Jacob Turner, decea-ed, late of Ebensburg
borough, naving been granted to the un
dersigned, all persons indebted to said estate
arc requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims against the same
are notified to present them properly au
thenticated for settlement.
EZEKIAL HUGHES, ) .
EDWARD PARKJSlf. f '
April 12. ISO;.
fjlhe undersiged having purchased and
i taken possession of tho Ebenburg
House (formely ocupied by Henry Foster.)
will be happy to receive and accommod
ate his old customers, and all others who
may be disposed to patronize him. The
Proprietor feels assured from the spacious
HOUSE, STABLE & other facilities that
he can offer at least as good aecommo
dations as can he had at any other in the
place. He is in posses.-ion of a large.supply
of the choiscst liquors with which his bar
will be finished; hia table will be furn
ithed with all th luxuries of the season, and
he intends by his hospitality and care, to
merit the patronage of all those who stop
Ebensburg April, 17, 1861. tf.
HARNESS ! AND SADDLERY
The undersigned keeps constantly on
hand and is still manufacturing all articles
in his line such as,
FINE SINGLE & DOUBLE HARNESS
BLIND BRIDLES. RIDING BRIDLES,
CHECK LINES. HALTERS. WHIPS,
which he will dispose of at low prices for
His work is all warranted, sr.d being ex
perienced, he puts the bst of leather in his
work. Thankful for past favors, he hopes, i
Vy attention to business tonvrit a oontinu j
auce of the patronage heretofore so Liberal j
ly extended to him.
Shop above the store of Robert Davis. !
Persons wishing good and substantial liar- j
r.ess can be accommodated by.
Ebensburg Dec, 11, l&Cl-tf.
I JOHN A. BLAIR. Proprietor.
I THE PROPRIETOR will spare no pains
j to render this Hotel, worth" cf a continua
tion of the liberal share of public patmn
I age it has heretofore received. His table
j will always be furuiahed with the host the
j market affords; his bar with the best of
His stable is large, and will be attended,
by an attentive and obliging hostler.
Ebenburg Apr.17 1301.
: m m m m stare.
H. W. BARXIIISBL,
HAS just returned from the east, where he
has purchased the larger, and best assort- I
! meat ot
i HATS AND CAPS
j ever brought to Johnstown, together with j
j an excellent assortment of gentlemen's furn- j
ishing'goods. Al-o a fii.e quality of gentle- j
I men's ;
I SHOES AND GAITERS, j
I Ilis stock consists in part of Drawers, Shirts, j
Collars. Handkerchiefs, Nccties. Suspenders, I
Stockings, Gloves, Umbrellas, Ladies Hats. '
von t li
Hats f r chiidi i-n and
ill sorts of g
J --n" - - - r- I
n 1.- .ti-i . ..!r 1 1'
any Kept 111 an esiaoii.-n-nieiit ti mis kuki.
His goods are all new. C.
1! on 1 -.v in- ir.n i
his .stock. Don't forget the place, on Main
street, thre doors eitt of Praz.ir-r's Drug
Store. January 18, lSGG.tf.
STEAM TO AND FROM THE
T F rMTATfPT)"7 ?
C'VJUi 1 U 1 .
mm sea mmi
milE FAVORITE, FIRST CLASS
I built Ir-ai Steamers, of .the Audi
C( LUMIjI A,
and from New York.
Rates of passage as low as by anv other
These fine Ocean Steamers are fitted up
in every respect to insure the safety, comfort
and convenience to passengers.
On very advantageous terms, the Anchor
Line grant through tickets to and from all
the Stations on the Irish at.d English Rail
ways and principal cities of the United
States, and also forward passengers at very
low rates to and from France, Germany &C.
As this Company does not employ runn
ers, those who wish passage tickets, or
certificates of passage to send for their friends
will please apply at any of the Company's
Agencies throughout the States, or i;t the
head ofiice in New York, to
FRANCIS MACDONALD & CO.,
(J Rowling Green.
KERR &. CO., Agents.
109 Main Street, Altoona, Pa.
February 1, 18CG.2m.
S. EI. Petteusill & Co.
Advertising Agents, 37 Park Row
New York, and 10 State street, Boston,
are the authorized Agents for the Dkm- !
ocr at & Sextisel," and the most influen- j
tial and largest circulating Newspapers in i
the United btates ana Canadas. They
are empowered to contract for us at our
: DARTIES INDEBTED to the Undersigned
if for costs, as Prothonotary cf Cambria Co.,
will please make pavment tmitiedtatcly.
.HUrPII MTWV'. '1
January 11, lSGG.-tf.
ALLAGIIER'S MAGICAL HAIR OTL.
J and YEGATABLE OIL SOAP, for sale
at the Book Store
Feb. 22, 1SGG.
pARPENTER'S RHEUMATIC FLUID, for
U sale at the Hock Store of
Feb. 22. 1HCC. JAMES MURRAY.
TTTE are now selling Exchange (at New York
II Rates on
England, Ireland, Scotland,
Wales, Germany, Prussia,
Austria, Bavaria, Wurtembcrg,
Baden. Hcssen, Saxony,
Hanover, Belgium. Switzerland,
Holland, Norway and France.
And Tickets to and from any Port in
England, Ireland, Scotland,
Germany. France, California,
New South Wales or Australia.
KERR & CO.
Altoona, March 1, lSGG.ly.
THE UNDERSIGNED begs leave to inform
the citizens of Cambria and adjoining
counties, that he has just received a stork
of the finest Italian and other M.irbles at his
Establishment in Loretto Cambria, co., Pa .
Montimeuts, Tombs, Grurc Stones. Table
and Bureau tops, manufactured of the most
beautiful and finest quality of Foreign and
Domestic marble, always on hand and made
to order as cheap as they can be purchased
in the city, in a neat and workmanlike
manner, and on the shortest notice.
The public are respectfully invited toghe
me a call before purchasing elsewhere, as I
an, coufident that my work aud prices will
satisfy any person desiring any thing iu my
line of business.
Sow is the time to i'.l. a cheap oh !
- JAM KS WILKINSON
Loretto, April 12, lHti.ly.
I .fttlmliiittli-ntor's olIie.
I ETTERS of Administration on the estate
of Philip S. Noni, Ksq., and also letters
j of Administration de bonis non, on the estate
i of Philip Noon, and the estate of James C.
Noon, late of Ebensburg, Cambria county,
I Pa., de-eased, haviog been granted to the
I undersigned by the Register of said county,
i all persons indebted to the estates afoiesaid
j are requested t make payment, and those
having claims are hereby notified to present
I the same properlv authenticated for settle-
me-it. PHILIP COLLINS, Adm'r.
Ebensburg, April 5, 180J.
XOW IS THE TIME
! To Procure a Life-like Likeness.
I W. H. IVI'INTIRE,
I AYIXTJ recently purchased the
STOCK and taken pos.session of the
AMRROTYPE ROOM formeily occupied by
W. S. Miles, on Outre Stre et, in Ebensburg,
j is now prepared to take AMIJI.OTYPE,
j FEROTYPE and PHOTOGRAPH LIKE
1 N ESSES in a workmanlike manner. Call
j and examine his work and judge f..r jour
I selves. April 19, lSoG.tf.
COHNEi: GROCERY STOKE.
GEORGE J. THOMAS,
Corner if Main and Ei aiddin Streets,
KEEPS constantly on hand a gencial as
Country Produce, Arc. together with Spices,
Pickles, Preserved Fruits. Dried Fruits,
' Vi A .1 rnt f'ltr-ii-,; r oil rX T-l.nn .:11 I .r
sold as encap as t tie ci.eapcst. Call antl
examine our stock. Nov. lG,18t'5.1y.
JOHN D. THOMAS,
Boot and Shoe Maker,
SHOP ON MAIN ST'T., ERENSBL RG,
one door Eat of Crawford's hotel, and
immediately opposite the store of E. J.
Mills & Co, is prepared to do all work in his
line on short notice and in a workmanlike
Ti.e work done at this establishment will
compare favorable with that of any s-hop in
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh or elsewhere in the
country. French Calf. Common Calf. Mo
rocco and all kinds of Leather constantly on
hand. Ail work warranted to render satis
faction. -November 2. 18G5.lv.
WM. M. LLOYD &, CO.,
! ALTOOXA, L'A.
j TTTILL transact all legitimate Ranking, buy
l If and sell Government Bonds and GoM
j and Silver.
Interest piid on time deposits-.
j February 1, lSGG.tf.
PURE LIRERTY WHITE LEAD, The
Whitest, the most durable anil most eco
! nomieal. Try it! Manufactured only by
j ZIEGLER Is; SMITH,
! Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers,
i No. 1U7 North THIRD Street,
j February 8, lSGG.ly.
J The Mason & Hamlin" Cam net Okoaxs.
forty different styles, adapted to sacred and
I se-ular music, for $80 to $G00 each. FIF-
TY-ONE GOLD OR SILVER MEDALS,
or other first prcmiilms awarded them. Il
lustrated Catologues free. Addiess, MA
SON & II AM LIN. Boston, or MASON
BROTHERS. New Yok.
Sept. G, 18G5 ly.
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD, Will
do more and better work at a given Cost,
than any other ! Try it ! Manufactured only
by ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers,
No. 137 North THIRD Street.
Feb. 8, 18GG.ly.
The Mystery, by Mrs. Wood. The Heir- i
I ess of Belief, mt. By E. Bennett.
William Allair, By Mrs. II. Wood. Col
lege Life, By F. II. Fanor. North Pacific
Exploring Expedition, By A. H. Harbers
ham. For wale by
t n AVT7 nv Ar
f FFERS his services as PHYSICIAN and
j SURGEON, to the citizens f Ebmsburg
and surrounding country. Office three doors
East of the Presbyterian Church, ia the
room formerly occupied by Dr. Jones.
Ebensburg, April 12, 1800. 3m..
F. A. SIIOEMAKEK
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CA MBR I A CO UXTY,
December 7, 1SG5.
Attorney at Law, i
AND PRACTICAL SURVEYOR,
CAMBRIA CO UXTY, TEXXA.
OiTice in the Commissioner's ofiice.
December 7, 18C5. (tf.)
li. L JOIINSTOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE in the South end of his residence,
immediately opposite the Court House,
November 2.1, 1SG5. (1.G7.)
GEOKGE W. U ATM AN,
Attorney at Lav,
OFFICE IN COLON A DE ROW, nearly
opposite the Cjurt House, Ebensburg,
November 23, 1SC5. (.1.37.)
JOHN T. LINTON,
Attorney and Conn seller a'. Luc,
OFFICE in building on corner of Main and
Franklin street, opposite Mansion House,
second tloor. Entrance on Franklin street.
Johnstown, Nov. lG, loo..
Johnstiwn, Cambria Co.. Pa.
Ofiice in the Exchange building, on the
corner 01 Clinton ana j.ocu.-t streets up
j stairs. Will attend to all business connect
I ed with his profession,
j Dec. 0, lbC3.-tf.
Cambria County Pernio. 1
- Office C'olonatlc ruiv.
Dec. 4. 1SG
QYRUS L. PERSUING,
Johnstown, Cambria County, Pa.
Ofiice on Main street, second lloor over
the Rank. ix 2
J. JR. Scanlan,
A T T O R N E Y A T L A
OFFICE ON MAIN STREET, THREE
DOORS LAST of the LOGAN HOUSE.
December 10, 1803.
ATTO RNEY-AT-LA W ,
Ebensburg, Cambria county Pa.
Ofiice ou Main stieet adjoining his dwel
ling. May 4. 18J3. (.1.42.)
EORGE M. REED,
ATTORNEY' AT L
Cambria Counfi, Pa.
OFFICE IN COLON A DE ROW.
March 13. 1SG4. (.1.50.)
Eoensburg. Cambria Co. Ta.
Offiice on Maip street, three doorn
of Julian. ix 2
1). W. EVANS,
i li 1 ercicrs his pro
fessional services to the citizens of
EBENSBURG AND VICINITY.
Office one door east of R. Davis' store.
Night calls made at his residence three doors
west of R. Evans' cabinet ware room.
May 31, 18G5-Gm
AT THE PEXX'A 12 A LEO AD DEPOT
MEALS HEADY OX THE ARRIVAL
OF ALL TRAIXS.
J. II. CLARK & CO., Proprietors.
Sept. 23, 1803. tf
ATTORNEY-AT-L A W,
EllENSDURO, Camdiua County, Pa.
Office two doors North of Colonade Row.
April 5, lSG5tf
LLOYD St CO.,
B AX K E R S-,
Ebcnsbiny, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.
EOLD, SILVER, GOVERNMENT BONDS
and other securities bought and sold.
interest allowed on time deposits. Collec-
United States, and a General Bankfng
Totiuitown Marble Worknj
J A NEW STOCK
j The subscriber has just received a
larsre and handsome invoice of.
I Italian and American
j M A R RLE,
i comprising the largest and finest
j stock of the kind ever brought to
I Johnstown, at his establishment
, on Franklin Street, where he is prepared, j
with at. adequate force of experienced and
skiltul workmen, to cxecut-j ail kinds ot j
MONUMENTS. Mantels, Tombstones, Ta- '
ble aud Bureau Tops, &c, as cheap as they
can be purchased in any of the cities.
A large stock of GuiNDSTONKS on hand
and fvr sale low.
i Articles of my manufaclu-c can be pur
i chased at the Hardware Store of Mr. Geo.
Huntley, in Ebsnsburg.
s Prompt attention paid to orders from
a distance aud work delivered where de
Sept. 21, 18G5.
iri'ri i L
J J J J IT.
street, Ebensburtj Pa.,
EPS constantly on hand and for eale, a
general supply of
Eiicelojes, Writing Inl:, Pens, Pencils,
Magazines, and rather articles in his
of which are sold at reasonable rates.
February 8, 18GC.
ALL KM OF CHAIRS,
such as common Winsor Chairs, Fret Rack j
Chairs, Vienna Chairs, Put;e Chairs. Rim r
Racked Chairs, Sociable Chairs, i
Cant Srat- (LH'ai:, j
ROCKING CHAIRS, OF EVERY SIZE j
SPRIXG SE.IT HI.URS I
Settees, Lounges, Ac., Arc. !
CABINET FURNITURE !
of every des"cription and of 1 ttest !
STYLES, WITH PRICES TO SUIT Tilt i
Tastes of all.
Thankful for past favis, he re.pe-t j
fully tolkits a lil -ei al share of public j .itr- n-
p. go. Clinton Stmt, John.-town Catobiia !
M'FADDON & BROTHERS.
OLD RUICK WAREHOUSE.
IIOLLIDA YSRURG. PA..
Dealers in all kinds cf
MACKEREL, Co P.N MEAL,
CODF1MI, NAILS & IRON,
LEAD A- OILS.
All of which are sold low f t cash.
llo'.lidaysburg. May 31, lSG5-tf
ber announces to the public, that he has
repurchased the Ebensburg Foundry and is
prepared t furnish his t'-rnu-r customers
and all others with every description . fca.-t
iugs usiiaih vmnufnctnrtd at a country es
tablishment. I le' will alwavs keep on hand
the best quality f,f COOKING STOVES.
PARLOR STOVES, OFFICE STOVES, A-c.
Also PLOWS, of the most approved pot
tern. PLOW POINTS, THRESHING
MACHINES and all other articles connect
ed with the business of a Foundry.
He invites the patronage of the public
and will seli at the most reasonable prices,
for cash or country produce.
March. 29, 1805 ly.
1SGG. lTIILADFLlTIIA. 1SHG.
HOWE L L & 1 O U II K K ,
M A N '"!" ACT I'll Fits OK
! PAPEJi HANGINGS
1Y i 11 (I v Shades,
Corner FOURTH M RKET
I N. B. Always in Store,
a Large Stock
: LINEN oV OIL SHADES
! March 1, lSGG.Sni.
GE0RGE M. RIDDLE,
ANDREWS, VILKINS& CO,
IMPORTERS AND JOHHERS IX
30.3 .Market Slrcel,
I'lllI, iOI I.l'III i,
Philadelphia, No-ember 9, lSoo Cm..
g.gi jJmk MURP fv
n M :
HP rYrVl 7
1 I I lil 1 1 v
: CHAIR MANUFACTORY. !
520 Arch Sfree, Plilladelpbia
FINE GOLD JrwCLPj
and superior SILVER PLATED V;Ai;Eii;
Reduced Prices. March l-rvj.Ci. '
IE ITERS OF ADMINISTRATION -J
the estate of John Prir.-:-,
i Summerhill township, Cambria c-- ;r.tr, Pj"
deceased, liaving been granted to ti.e
signed, by the Register of said c -t-persons
indebted to said deceased arc :.
quested to make payment, ar..l ti. ;.aT ..
claims are hereby notilied to rv :.:
properly authenticated for .-etili r-. : t, x;
II. Secbler, Esq., uf Ebensl urg, v. r ;
have authorized to receive and m:j, f r
moneys due said estate, and anq.; c.
couiits against the same when j.r.ir.-.
prepared for settlement.
EMMA PRINGLE. AJi.
Ebensburg, March '2.0, 1800..
Iranli W. II",
i Havii.. A ;
Cash system, offers the follow iLg V.,r, 5.,
less than ritv retail prices ;
10 to 40 gallon 3
3 quart's to 40 a':.--j.s.
I a!i sorts and kinds,
j rII EET IRU W1RK,
1 " every varietv.
EXAMKLED TIXXEI) RoX V. jr
COPPfcR WaRE MADE TO Uhl -Zi:
IRONS or SMOOTIUXd
COOKING STOVES, EGG Toyps
HEA TIXG CO OK S 7' ' 1 7. .
RRADI.EY COOKING STt!S
TENT, ARROTT A NuLL.1:,
and every other Pittsburgh or Phil..
manufacturer's stoves always or.
yirorured on 5 davs ;.ot:
ODD PLATES AND GRATES f.r
alwavs ou Liiii !.
CARBON" OIL LAMPS, fro- 0
$1,115, CHIMNEYS and WICKr-
ail ?:zr-, crn?tantlv n l.ai.
TOASTING FORKS, CtYSTI- i
F.KS. JELLY Cuke Moulds. TJ
Spo us, COAL RUCK ETS.
Prh e li.-t r,o-.v
-. M-rcbants n
c all aijd in.',
f r a c.if.do.-i
1 e 1
;e our v
The above goods wi.J he f-irr.i - '.
WHOLESALE Oil Kri'AS .'
johxstoWX stove .V Hot sE rv::N :. -;
Opposite the Weigh L-ck.
FRANK W. HAY'S WA KT.TIOF
and save twenty percent, on ym pur j
Johnstown March, 13. 18.;3. tf.
mill: un.h-rsigned will sell at pr:v..
A. the f 'ii wii.g real v.-tat in C t:..
county, z :
A tract of hui 1 in YVa-iiing!. :i -
situate H miles iVoin Cu-s.- n. ;: ': .
f M. M. A
J. M'CI.'skey. Joseph Criste. J..o 1
and other?. Containing ab.-ut SI 3
Ai.s A piece or parcel ot !:
in the same towr.sl.ip, aVo.r.t two
the bor, i,g
f Wi!m. .re' and . -.e
1 01 iage .7i:iii. a. aoj.mi:!g jan-.
v-jh. V.s i.. C 'Ut liuiiu
N i N
i. 1 1 -
house and fr.iuie h;
tract t! eie i5 a large vein 1 f limes'
vein r f coal.
Aix Two contiguous tr:n:-
aim iimotr ;an i, sruate near Sw
Stati.-n. in Crovle tounshio. en. : .
acres, f.ftv ( f which are clea '.
thereon en c ted a dwelling let;.-.-.:
Ai o A tract of timber laud "i:
lick and Ciip M t. unships, c
acres A branch of the Blacks ':
Dutch run pass through tiie san e,
a desirable property.
Also The farm and coal !ra : i
owned by J .hnGi'.laii. Sr.,situa:e i
lick towiiship, ab -ut seviu u:;!l.- .'
of t . O.T .11 r "
j John UilUn, Jr.. Lavid Ruvla' .:
; Davis, Jr.. and Jacob and JYtir '
j containing 123 acr. s, or thcreabo i-s
I thereon erected a go-d stone dwel
; and a log barn. This land oi.:
abundance of ci
of a superior u
of j vein 4i fett thick
having been ope:.
V niece or parcel of l.md fit -
111 v .iinoi.i i'.'n u-ui', mijoiiilim I; '-
city of Iiuleaw, containing (.12 acrts.
Aio A number of lots, d"-:
IvMiscs, and pieces or parcels if
aoo. ne iu uiiu near toe ivro in i.u. . -
- viuci l.lliu ii.'eiii.vA tu
parts of the county not above desicm'. '
Ebensburg, Nov. SO, 1S65. tf.
I 11 LIUS LIBERTY WHITE LEA lb
t i lerreei by all practical ramters : i v
and vou will have no other. Mat.iiUcT"
'only by ZIEGLER & SMI7H.
Paint and Guss 1
North THIRD Street.