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WHKX RIGHT, TO BE KEPT RIGHT, WIIEX WRONG, TO BE PUT RIGHT. eiiexsiserg. TIIUriSDAY:::::::::::::::::DKCKMBER 1. 'PEOPLE'S STATE CONVENTION. A. " The Citizens of Pennsylvania opposed to the Principles and Measures of the present Natioual Administration, anil to the Election of men to office who sustain those Principles and Measures, are requested to meet in their respective counties, and to elect Delegates equal in number to their Representatives in the General Assembly, to a PEOPLE'S STATE CONVENTION" to be held at HARRISBURG, on Wednesday, February 22d,lSGO, at 12 o'clock, M., to indicate their choice for the nest Presidency, nominate a candidate for Governor, forni an Electoral Ticket, ap point Senatorial, and to designate the time nnd mode of electing District Delegates to the National Convention, and to transact such other business as mar be deemed necessary to ensure success at the General Election. LEVI KLINE, Chairman People's State Executive Committee. 1 PEOPLE'S COUNTY CONVENTION The citizens of Cambria County oppo sed to the Principles and Measures of the prescut National Administration, ami to the flection of men to vi!ice who sustain those Principles and Measures, are requested to meet in M ass Uoxvaxnox, at the Court House, in Kbensbtirg, on Tuesday, Drccmbrr 13li, Inst., it 7 o'clock, P. M., nnd then and there select ii delegate to represent this County in a Peo ple's State Convention, to be held at Harris btirar. on the 22d day of February, 1H;0, and appoint Senatorial Conferees to meet like Con ferees from the counties of Blair and Clear field in the selection of a delegate to represent this Senatorial District in said State Conven tion. A full attendance is earnestly solicited. JOHN WILLIAMS, Chairman People Co. Committee. . Ebcnsburg, December 1, 1353. TJie Xext Congress. As the XXXVIth Congress will begin its session ou MouJay next, (December o, 1S59,) we publish to-day a list uf the mem bers of that august body. In the Senate, which consists of sixty six members, several will be new to Con gress, and generally unknown outside of their several States. They are Messrs. Anthony of Rhode Island, Grimes of Iowa, Saulsbury of Delaware, Powell of Ken tucky, Ten Eyck of New Jersey, and Hemphill of Texas. It will be noticed that, in the delegations from Minnesota, Oregon and Texas, there arc vacancies ; and it may be well to remark, that the appointment of Hon. II. P. Hann, as the successor of Brodcrick, from California, is merely temporary until the meeting of the Legislature. Some of these vacancies may also be filled by new men. Of the sixty-two Senators, fifteen have been Governors of their respective States, viz : Benj. Fitzpatrick, Ala.; James W. Grimes, Iowa; Lafayette S. Foster, Conn.; Hannibal Hamlin. Me.; John J. Crittenden, Ky. ; Kins ley S. Bingham, Mich. ; Lazarus Powell, Ky. ; Albert G. Brown, Miss.; William II. Seward, N. Y. ; Thomas Bragg, N. C. ; Wm. Bigler, Pa.; Joseph Lane, Oregon ; James II. Hammond, S. C; Henry B. Anthony, It. I. ; Andrew Johnson, Teuu. The LocoFoeos will have a clear ma jority of 12 in the Senate, which the fil ling of the vacancies now existing may increase to 14. The vacancies being filled, the Republicans will have 25 Senators, which is largely in excess of their number in any former Senate. The House will consist of 237 Members, besides delegates from Territories. Of these 115 were Members of the last House. "When Kansas is admitted, another new Member will be added. Of those classed as new Members, several were Members of farmer Congresses, though not of the last. Thaddeus Stevens, of Penu'a., Thomas Corwin, of Ohio, Emerson Etheredge, of Tenn., "William Millward, of .Penn'a.,Geo. Driggs, of N. Y., Thomas D. Eliot, of Mass., James n. Campbell, of Pcnn'a., and John A. M'Clernand, of 111., all belong to this list. The "father of the House" that is, the Member who has been longest consecutively elected is Williamson" It "V. Cobb, of Alabama. Mr. Corwin, of Ohio, was in the lloase some years earlier than Mr. Cobb, but has not been a Mem ber of that branch since 1840, though he hi? meantime served several years ia the Senate. The contested seats, which are unusu ally numerous, are as follows : Returned: Contested by D. E. Sickles of N. Y. Amor J. Williamson. W. G. Anderson of Ky. James S. Chrisraan. J. M. Harris of Md. Willium P. Preston. Hoary W. Davis of do. William G. Harrison. Geo. B.Cooper of Mich. William A. Howard. J. Richard Barrett, Mo. Francis P. Blair, Jr. Lansing Stout, Oregon. David Logan. E. Estabrook, Neb. , Samuel G. Daily. Miguel A.. Otero, N. 51. Henry JL Watts. It is probable that all these contests will not be pressed, but enough of them will be to give the Committee on Elections a hard Winter's work, and create much ex citement in the House aad throughout the country.. The New YvrJc Tribune, from which we take the list published, and from which also we condense this article, remarks that, on the whole, the portents of a stor my session are unmistakable. Iouslas vs. IHack. In Harpers' Magazine for September last, Judge Douglas published an article giving his views on Popular Sovereignty. A few weeks later, an article appeared in the Washington Constitution, and subse quently in pamphlet form, entitled "Ob servations ou Senator Douglas Views," &.C., which, although it was first published anonymously, is now well known to have been the production of Judge Black, the present Attorney General of the United States. To these "observations" Judge Douglas replied in October last, in pam phlet form, but the doctrine of Popular Sovereignty in the Territories being still somewhat "mixed," and his adversary be ing disposed to keep up the argument, the "little giant" has just put in a final re joinder, which he evidently considers sets the matter at rest. In the closing part of this latter pro duction, Mr. Douglas states the positions which the Buchanan Administration and Mr. Black have assumed, and which, in the course of the argument, he litis com pelled them to abandon. In the first place, Mr. Douglas places the Leeompton Message doctrine, that Slavery exists in the Territories by virtue of the Constitu tion of the United States. He then ar gues, that, if that be true, it must neces sarily follow that it is the duty of Con gress to protect Slavery in the Territories as a constitutional right ; inasmuch as it is incumbent on Congress to protect, by all needful legislation, every light which the Constitution confers. In this dilem-1 , Mr. Black abandons the notion that ma Slavery exists in the Territories, or any where else, by virtue of the Constitution of the United States, and even asserts that nobody ever thought or said so. He also concedes that the Territorial Legislatures possess very extensive powers, and may legislate on all rigltful subjects of legis lation not inconsistent with the Federal Constitution. More than this, he admits that it would be an insult to the American people to suppose that any Territorial Legislature would abuse its powers for the purposes of wrong and robbery. The concessions thus made are wholly inconsistent with the position taken by the Buchanan Administration and after wards advanced by Judge Black. Indeed, the "little giant" flatters himself that the Attorney General has abandoned his cru sade against Territorial Legislation, and that he has practically become a convert to his great hobby of Popular Soveicignty in the Territories. However this may be, we incline to the opinion that these two distinguished disciples of Sham Democ racy are, in feeling at least, quite as hos tile as ever. Our hope is that they may never become reconciled. "A house di vided against itself can't stand." The pest-house of Loco-Focoism is now in that dilemma and God grant that it may come down ! Governor Wise. Since the Harper's Ferry Insurrection, Governor Wise has written and said a great deal upon the subjects of Murder, Robbery, Treason, and Old John Brown This same Governor Wise was in Congress in 1842, and made a speech in that body, which contained the following passage : "Once set before the people of the Great Valley the conquest of the rich Mexican Pro vinces, and you might as well attempt to stop the wind. This Government might send its troops, but they would run over them like a herd of Buffalo. Let the work ouce begin, and I do not know that this House would hold me very long. Give me five millions of dollars, and I would undertake to do it my self. Although I do not know how to set a single squadron in the field, I could find men to do it. Slavery should pour itself abroad without restraint, and find no limit but the Southern Ocean. The Comanches should no longer hold the richest mines of Mexico. Every golden image which had received the profanation of a false worship, should soon be melted down into good American eagles. del Norte, us tho routes of .Mexico cou!d carryt aye,, and I would make better use of it, too than any lazy, bigoted nriest-hood under heaven." Every line of this bombastic extract is reJolent of Murder, Treason and Robbery. And yet the man who uttered these sen timents, now complains bitterly of Old John Brown aud his Insurrection, and charges him with "whetting knives of butchery for the mothers, sisters, daugh ters and babes" of Virginia ! If John BrOWn did whot. Inivoa b- ' wiiv jim i his object was to extend the area of Free- dom, and release Slaves from their chains. But Governor Wise has shown himself ready to "whet knives of butchery for the mothers, sisters, daughters and babes" of Mexico ; and all to enable the vile curse of Slavery "to pour itself abroad without restraint !" Reader, do you think that Governor Wrise is much better than Old John Brown ? - Senator Seward. It gives us much pleasure to announce toour readers that this distinguished states man and true apostle of Liberty has re turned from his European tour, lie arrived by the Canada, on Monday of last week, and his health is such that he will be ready to take his seat in the Senate, and at once resume the duties and respon sibilities incident to that high station. As Congress is soon to open, and the ses sion will most likely be one of the greatest importance, every right thinking man in the North will rejoice to see the eloquent Massachusetts Senator in his place. At a cri:'s like this, his services are needed. May his present good health continue ; and may his voice long ring in the capitol of this great country, in the advocacy of those glorious principles which in their defense brought upon his head the bludg eon of the assassin. Tfic Xext Goi ernurship. The following we take from a late num ber of that staunch Republican sheet the Crawford .Journal : We notice, by our exchanges, that the gubernatorial question of next year i. be coming a topic of remark. The question as to who shall be our standard-bearer in the State canvass of lSljOisan important one, and whenever approached or discussed it .should be in caution and prudence. Upon the selection of a candidate for this high, important, and honorable post, may hinge the result of tne Presidential contest on which we are so soon to enter. In the heart and excitement of Presiden tial elections, the remark has become com mon, not to say universal, that "as goes I'cniisylvan":1; 0 goes tlu; Union," and it has always proven true. Iu l4S, Gover nor Johnston carried the State in October by less than 800 votes General Taylor, the next month, by 8000 of a majority. In ls.jiL, the Buchanan ticket in the State in October, was elected by six or seven hundred, and the next mouth Buchanan electors were chosen by a majority of as man' thousands. This shows the impor tance of the question we are considering, iu as much as we next j'ear elect both a Governor and President. We are free to say that we had inclined to the opinion that the West was entitled to the next nomination for Governor, until the general association and connection of Hon. A. (1. Curtin's name with the office, who is being warmly urged by his hosts of friends upon the grounds of his pecu liar fitness, rare qualifications, ripe expe rience, and unobjectionable locality, being emphatically a center candidate, of Center county. No better than Curtin blood flows in this Commonwealth. In the name there is strength, and in Col. Curtin, a tower of strength. He is one of the few who were destined to distinction aud prominence. As a lawyer he has but few equals in the State, as an advocate no superior. Upon the stump addressing himself to the un derstanding of his fellow citizens by the acre, he is in his element ; his hearers he can never weary. When in high public station he hv& never been found wanting, while his warmest friends have ever more than realized their highest and brightest expectation. With a well balanced mind, a finished education, a political temperament, admi rably controlled by practical knowledge, his public speeches and productions arc universally stamped with the remark and impress of a genuine article. His style, elegance, deportment, humor, wit, and eloquence in Western Pennsylvania in 1S54, had much to do with the result, suc cess, and glory of our triumph, in that first modern pitched battle of principle, in the Keystone. His pleasing originality of conception, his captivating voice, his convincing address, his powerful manner of illustration told at the time, while the general thrill and charm which during that campaign, his address scut through his audience in old Crawford, has never been lost or forgotten. There was fluttering iu the camp of progressive Democracy when he charged upon their household. Hi- arguments were unanswerable, his appeals eloquent aud pathetic, his language smooth and classical. Such a character is Col. Curtin, and such a standard bearer do we need in the next Gubernatorial contest, if we desire a continuation of our march from conquer ing to conquest. Our Western candidates all good and true men will pardon us for throwing up our beaver for Andy Curtin, the People's favorite. C7- A young lady passed through Cin cinnati last weefe on her way to St. Lou is, whither she had been forwarded by ex press. She was from Paris, and, Wing ignorant of our language, her friends had placed her in charge of an express messen ger. The "way bill" was made out in due form, aud the charges made as per tariff. The messenger declared that he never took such good care of "freight" before, con sidering it extra, we presume. THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. First Session opens Moxdat, Dec. 5, 1S59. SENATE SIXTY SIX MEMBERS. John C. Bbeckisbikge, of Kentucky, Presi dent ex-ojficio. Republicans (in Italics) 24; Democrats (in Roman) 3C ; Americans (in small capitals) 2 ; Vacancies, 4. Total O'j. The figures before- each Senator's name denote tho year wheu his term expires. Alabama Mississippi. 1801 P.eni. fitzpatrick 180 Jefferson Davis lbCo C. C. Clay, Jr loo Albert G. Brown Arkansas. Missouri. lPol tt. W. Johnson IBrtl James S. Green 1805 W. K. Sebastian 18oo" Trusten Polk California, New Hampshire 1801 Wra. M. Gwin 1SC1 Danid Clark li?G3 Vacancy 18G3 John P. lltie Connecticut. New York 1801 Lafayette. S Poster 1PG1 Wm. II. Seward 1SG3 James Dixon lSGo Preston King Delaware. New Jersey 18G3 James A. B.iyard 1863 J. R Thompson lSli5W. Saulsbury 1865 "J. C. Ten Eyck Florida. North Carolina 1SG1 David L.'Yulee 1861 T L. Clubman 1863 S. R. Mallury 1SG5 "Thomas Bragg Georgia. Ohio. 1861 Alfred Iverson 18G1 Ceorge E. PuSh 1S65 Robert Toombs 1863 Beiij. F. Wade Illinois. Oregon. 1361 Lyman Trumbull 1801 Joseph Lane 1865 S. A. Douglass 1865 Vacancy. Indiana. Pennsylvania. 1861 Graham N. Fitch 18G1 William Bigler 1863 Jesse D. Bright 18G3 Simon Cameron Iowa. Rhode Island. 1861 James Harlan 1863 James P. Simmons 1865 "J. JF. Grimes 1805 II. Ii. Anthony Kentucky. South Carolina. 1861 J.I. Chittenden 1861 Jas. II. Hammond lt65 L. W. Powell 18G5 Jas. Chestuut, Jr. Louisana. Tennessee. 1861 John Slidell 1863 Andrew Johnson 1805 J. P. Benjamin 1865 A.O P. Nicholson Maine Texas. 1863 Hannibal Hamlin 1861 Vacancy. 1865 If. Pitt Pets.r.Jm 1865 J. W. Hemphill Massachusetts. Vermont. 1803 Charles Sumner 1861 Jacob Colamer 1805. ll -niy Wilton 1S04 Solomon Foot Maryland. Virginia. 1801 James A. Pcarco 1863 James M. Mason 1863 A. Kennedy 1S65 R. M. T. Hunter Michigan. Wisconsin. 1863 Z. Chandlrr 1861 Charles Durkee 1865 K S. Pinjiiarn 1864 Jut. It. Uoolitlle Miunessota. 163 Henry M. Rice 1865 Vacancy Not members of tlio Thirty-fifth Congress, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 237 Members. Republicans (Roman,) 113: Administration Democrat (Italics), t3 ; Anti-I.ecompton Dem ocrats (Roman spaced), 8 ; South Americans (small cai itals), 3. Alabama. New York. cdM'i -1 Stallu-orth William S. Keuyon. James L. Pugk Charles L. Bcalc David Clopton Abraham B. Olin "Sydenham M-tort J. H. Reynolds Gtorye S. Houston James B. McKean c illianuiun It. W.Cobb George W. Palmer Jabcz L. M. Curry "Francis E. Spinner Arkansas Clark B. Cochraue T. C. Hindman James II. Graham Albert Hunt Roscoe Conkling, California. R. Holland Duell "Charles L. Scotc M. Lindley Lee John C. Lurch cCharlcs B. Hoard Connecticut. Charles B. Sedgwick Dwight Loomis Martin Butterfield John Woodruff "F.niory B. Pottle Alfred A. Burnham Allied Wells Orris S. Ferry William limine Delaware. Alfred Ely William (I. Whitehj Augustus Frank Florida. Silas M. Burroughs "George S. Hairlcins Elbridgc G. Spaulding Georgia. cReuben E. Feitton Peter E. I,ore North Carolina. "Martin J. Crawford W. N. H. Smith Thomas Hardeman Jr "Thomas Euijm Lucius J. Gartrcll "Warren W inflow John W. Undrifood "Iau-rence. . Ii. Branch "i antes Jackson Johx A. Gilmer "Joshua Hill James M. Leach John J. Jones "Burton Crange Illinois- Zebllon- B. Vasch Elihu B. Washburno Ohio "John F. Farusworth GsorgIL Pendleton Oweu Lovejoy John A. Gurlev "William Kellogg C. L. Vallan'dinghain "Isaac y. Morris William Allen John A. McClernand James M. Ashley James C. Robinson William Howard Philip B. Pouke Thomas Corwin John A. Logan "Benjamin St&nton Indiana. John Carey William E. Aiblack Carey A. Trimble " William II. English Charles IK Martin William M. Dunn c Samuel S. Cox Wdiam Holman "John Sherman "David Kilgore Harrison G. Blake Albert G. Porter William Helmick "John G. Davis "Cydnor B. Tompkins "James Wilson Thomas C Theaker "Schu3'ler Colfax Sidney Egerton "Charles Case "Edward Wade "John U. Pettit John Hutchins Iowa. "John A. Bingham "Samuel R. Curtis Oregon. William Vandever Lansing Stout Kentucky. Pennsylvania. "Henry C. Burnett "Thomas B. Florence "Samuel O. Peyton "Edward Joy Morria Francis M. Bbistow John P. Verrte Wm. C. Anderson William Milward John T. Brown John Woob Green Adams f"John Hickman Robert Mallory Henry C. Longenecker William E. Simons "John Schwartx Laban T. Moore Thaddeus Stevens JiW. Stevenson John W. Killinger Louisana: James II. Campbell J. Edward Uoulixgy George W. Scrantou M;U Tr-for "William II. Dimmick "Thomas G. iJavidson "Galusha A. Grow J. M.Landrum James T. Hale Maine. Benjamin F. Juukin Daniel E. Somes Edward McPherson John J. Perry Samuel S. Blair Ezra B. French "John Covode "Freeman II. Mors "William Montgomery "Israel Washburne Jr. James K. Moorheaii "Stephen C. Foster Robert Mc Knight Maryland. "William Stewart "James A. Stewart Chapin Hall Edward II. Webster Elijah Babbit J. Morrison Harris Rhode Island. tHiNKY W. Davis Christopher Robinsoa "Jacob M- Kunkel "William D Brayton George W. Hughes South Carolina. Massachusetts. Jom JT Queen Thomas D. Eliot "William Porchef Milc4 "James Buffingtou 9lAtcrence M Ktitt Charles F. Adams "MUledye L Bonham Alexander H. Kico John D Ashmore "Anson Burlingame William W Botce JoLnB. Alley Tenneaseo. "Daniel "W. Gooch Thomas A R Nelson Charles R. Train "Horace Mayxahb "Eli Thayer Uourrt B Bra Charlw Delano William B Sxokes "Heury L Dawes Michigan, f George B. Cooper "Henry Waldron Francis W. Kellogg "DeWitt C. Leach Minnesota. Cyrus Aldrich William Wiu lom Mississippi. "Lucius Q. C. Lamer "Reuben Davis William Buiksdalc "(ft ho R Singleton "John J McRae Missouri fJ Richard liarrett "Thomas I, Anderson "John B Clarke "James Craig "S-imuel II Woodson "John S Phelps Jolui W Suet I New Hampshire Gilman Marston ' ' "Mason W Tappan -Thomas M Edwards New Jersey; John T Nixon J L N Stratton CG B A d r a i n Jetur R Riggs Win Pennington New York Luther C Carter James Humphrey "Daniel E Sirkl.S "Thomas J Barr " William B Maelay "John Cochrane George Briggs II F Clarke J B II a s k i n Charles H Van Wyck Robert Hatton James II Thomas "John V Wright James M VJl-ari.f.s Emeksox KTnERIDCE "William T Avery Texas. "John II Reagan A J Hamilton Vermont. "Ezekiel P Walton "Justin S Morrill CI I oiner E Roy co Virginia. "Mwroe- R II Garnet "John S Mill son Daniel C Itejamette Roger A Pryr "Thomas S Bocock Shclton F Leake "William Smith Al.EX. R BoTELER John T Harris "Shcrrard Clemens "Albert G Jtnkius "Henry A EJihuhiLujH Albert S Martin , Wisconsin! "John F Potter Cadw. C Washburn Charles H LarraLte J delegates from Territories Kansas. "Marcus J Parrot Nebraska, j- E Exlabrook New Mexico. "f Miguel A Otero Utah. William II Hw'per Washington. "Isaac I Sterens "Mem. of last House, f SeaU contested. EDITORIAL K0T1NGS. Cg,. Read new advertisements. KiCT Professor Iluey is now engaged at John-town In teaching a singing school. Zijy The Democrat A Sentinel commences its seventh volume this week. j(&ifOId John Brown will be executed to morrow, December 2 J. JCi?" U. J. Jones delivered a lecture in the Town Hall last evening. It was well attended. lUSr" Tiiaukfgi ving D;iy was pretty gtnc-rully ubsiTved by our Johnstown neighbors. BryT" Samuel S. lilair, the People's Tarty member of Congress from this district, left home on Monday last for Washington City. JOiTA -wild cat weighing sixty pounds, ivi'.s shut on Laurel Hill, this county, about two weeks ago. a2,The Pennsylvania Railroad Company have made a contract lor lighting their curs with gas. tfjT Read the call of John "Williams, Esq.. Chairman of the People's County Committee, and attend the Convention. E?2i-Kit Carson, the celebrated trapper and guide, died at Taos. New Mexico, where he was acting in the capacity of Indian Agent. r?L. SiighTfg premature The notice of the Standard respecting the lecture delivered in this place by U. J. Jones, Esq. Juit one day ahead of time. BcB-The game played by the Ebensburg Cricket Club on last Thursday, is said to have been hotly contested, and to have afforded considerable interest to the spectators. rpj-Our neighbor of the Democrat ,- Sentinel calls us a granny. Being himself a member of the infantile family, the public w ill t once see that we are the proper person to have charge of him. jTln the Massachusetts Senate an amend ment to the Attachment law has boeu adopted exempting the library of a debtor, to the val ue of S300, from attachment. The present amount is $50. SQC. N. Swoyer, the Treasurer elect of Indiana county, died recently at his residence in Blairsville. The County Commissioners have appointed Capt. William Earl, of Indiana borough, to fill the vacancy. P5 Two precocious youths named Keclan and llogan, left their homes, in Johnstown, ou the 10th tilt. Information of their nbouts will be thankfullv received bv their parents. Hogan formerly resided in this'tow n. BgL. Our friend, Peter Collins, Jr., is now on a visit to this place, having been absent several months. He looks well and hdartr and w hat is more important, he says he feels so. Good luck to him ! Rutherford, who was convicted of adultery some time since, in Pittsburg, was sentenced ou Saturday la to pay fifty pounds to the C ommonwealth, the costs of prosecution, and to undergo an imprisonment of twelve months in the county jail. er Jim Swank, the junior editor oi Cambria Tiibune, paid our town a flvinr visit on Saturday last. Although we do sometimes differ a little about men and things, w e are nevertheless always glad to see Swank. 1I and his partner, Bowman, are both good fel lows, and publish a good paper. EnA lecture for the benefit ot the familv of Rev. T.L. Kcesy.wasdeliveredin Johnstown on Friday evening last, by the Rev. W. S 11. Keys. The subject was "Crime and its Lessons." Damphool assures us, that, so soon as he can leant the address of Rev. T. L. Keesy, be will request him to deliver a lecture, upon the bailie suojeci, ior me iicnelit of the Rev. W. S. H. Keys. ' One good turn deserves an other." EPVWe hope tho candidate of tho Democ racy lor President next year, will be a con servative and enlightened statesman, who has never attempted to disorganize the party in order to revenge real or supposed wrono-s t,r to carry out his schemes of personal Hgi-an-dizcmeut. We want a statesman, not u dem agogue. Dent, .j- Sent. Alas poor James Buchanan I Your be friend has deserted you at last! He now wants a statesman not a. demagogue mind yc lor President. Wo do wonder how Stephen A. Douglass w ould suit him. 4 notiieii insui:iu:ctiox: j A. Llain wishes to inform tiie tit'z. this place and vicinity, and such Mrur, may occasionally tarry for a while hcrt ,' be has now opened out, in conuutitii " his Oyster Saloon, a RESTAI IIAXT. , he can always supply the hungry with delicacies a3 Pickled Tripe, I'liilaiel;.hiip'' per Pots, Roll and Jelly Tripe, ke. n. ' prepared to serve up Fried Oytttr5 wh( i;Cjk for. A. L.i'( Ebcnsburg, Dec. 1, 1859. 4t. 4 C. MULLIN, Attonuynt U J- en.-bnrg, Cambria countv. pa. KMXOHice t wo doors north of Colurm,, t ana lmnieuiaiciy opposite i uompeou Ebcnsburg, December 1, lkb'd. EL. JOHNSTON, Attorney at U,! Ebcnsburg, Cambria county. "pa. Br3 OHice opposite the Court House, i Eensburg, December I, 185. j DISSOLUTION. The terra for the undersigned entered into parm-.. in the practice of the law having this ti&r", pired, said partnership is therefore di!;i The notes and accounts due tlie firm left at the ollice of R. L. Johnston. E-q.. f payment may be made to either of tht ul. signed. Persons indebted to the lirm well to settle up before the 1st of MarrL4." as after that time collection will be thi'. by legal process. R. L. JH.Ti,v A. C. Ml'LLI.N. Ebcnsburg, December I, 185H. GEORGE M. RIDDLE, with KIDDI.i:, GIIJL. &. CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers in For. -and Domestic r XXT3T G-oods AND CARPETING, No. 243 Market St.. below Third, ac-j t 232 Church Alley. Philadelphia. Dec. 1. ler.i:tf" ' G. W. TODD, with COK.iD &. W4LTO, 023 Makket st.. l'LHi. "m porters tinl TValers in FOREIGN k DOMESTIC HAIiMVALI August 25. lsy.Uf UROCEKYSTORC rjI!E subscriber respectfully cnllr- he sv I tion of the public to his new Mi k of GROCERIES. CONFECTION A HITS, PROVISIONS. FLOUR AND NOTIONS, kc, which he offers for sale at his new store rc-i nearly opposite the Union School l'..u I'urcLasiii. a: he does, enti-ely f r Ctth.k can afford to sell at LOWER PRIt any other establishnunt in town. He dt?:. to call particular attention to his .-to. k ui .... r whicn is of superior brands, and which het't cheaper than inferior fiour is sold at other f tablishments. Give him a c?-.U. E. J. MILL. Ebcnsburg, Nov. 24. lS5D.-3t. llbciifclmrg and Cresson It. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. lHE stockholders in the above con: pa I hereby notified that I Lave been ;r eu by the Board of Directiors to t.rh., against oil parties in lirrcnrs on their .-criptions. Stockholders will tindoubte made pay one per cent, per month, ir. as required ty the act of Asstml Iv. do not pay up promptly. The sixth ment will be due on the first of le next. JOHN WILLIAMS, Trea Ebcnsburg. Nov. 24. lS51'.-2t. it 1 UST OPENED AND FOR SALE O I'V R. S. UUNX, M. D., a gener al assortment of Oltl CiS, MEDUIXES. EtL SjHCts, OR., lyaint., Dgc-SUiJ?, ItraiKlics. WiiicK. CJIeis. Fluid Pocket Cutlery. Ra7or. Brushes. Cmbs. S" tionery. Blank Books. Pert'.iiucrx . St '.". Tobacco, Segars. Snuffs, and other arta'.-.; usually kept in Drug titores. R. S. BUNN. M. P Ebcnsburg. Aug. 25. lS.V.V-lv. JAMES DOUGHERTY, witu J. S. SORVER, Tl Wholesale alfr in Y TOBACCO. SNUFF AND CJ!Ar... No. 8 N. Fifth street, above Market. Philadelphia- Also. Manufacturer and Importer of Forts; and Domestic CIG-.Uv. ., lf.f!.- ESTATE OF THOMAS JOALS. DEC'I). LETTERS of Administration on tho c!.: of Thomas Jones, late of John-tooi. Cambria county, deceased, having been d-' granted by the Register of said countv to thf subscriber, notice is hereby given to all rfT" sons indebted to said estate to make iuiwoii nte payment, and those having claims fg-iis-'-the same will present them properly auil.H'U cated for settlement. MILTON JONES, Aui Jackson tp., Nor. 17, 185n:;t AT F C I.F. wis; ATTmjvvv -A LAW. Office for the present witli F Lewis. Ebensburg, Oct. 27, 19."9.-tf. WOOD, WORRELL & CO.. " VrilOLESALK and RETAIL dealers in r i kinds of Merchandise, keep coiisu::- i on nana mc following articles : l'K HOODS, oil-cloths, bonnets, notions, queensware, oroceh1es, fish, salt, HATS AND CATS. CARPET1NC.S. CLOTHINO. BOOTS ANnSlloK-'1 HARDWARE. PROVISIONS. FLOUR, BACON. reed of all kinds. ViMt.il.l t-.- ri. and Boots and Shoes made to order on rd- sonaole terms. Johnstown, Oct. 27, 1850.-tf. C C. STEWART with IIA.I Jw It II E.WE K- Commission Merchants and Healer i" Foreign and Domestic HARDWARE ASD CUTLERY, Nos. 23, 25 and 27 North Fifth street, es--1 side, above Commerce, PHILADELPHIA. EDWARD f. HANDY, JXO- U. SKLS-:S C F. BBKNN'XE. , - August ::, lS3?:tf