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i i 1 li t: 1 TRElSrREU-S SALE Of Unseated Lands and Lot ia Caxhria County, A. D- ISM- t :v,- t rttntr. Treasurer of Cambria Cr-.i; ia the Coutmoaw-aalsJa ef PeoasylTai, ia ;:;.V,ia:e of lite scleral acts cf Asseniuy cf j said Cmmoowealth dincsrag tne tune aaa niaa nMVlioe unseated laads for Taxes, do hzee- or . . ..-ideated land acd lots or g-ound in the iii i e- aoicna. or suca p.art taereo; as v to par arrtarst:?.-- of taxes due .- ,-,--! vc or rao'e v ill be offered for : i!v a: t IIme. in 'he K-r y; Th of Ebetis- j 1 !.-.'. v--. 'r.:.- .c.j J-". -vbe.rr tbe llith j s- . ; -7 . - next, and eomin'. by adjonra fx::; 1j . '.- '.s.r r'i :! tbe whole be vid for ; ,rf Sr7.-a , : .--r Hi,,, an'l costs rece.a! i!j A. P- Tuvcs. 1 '. Ja'ac-s C Mag...: v '.-4.7"' I '-? A 3. -or. U." vea '4 j 41 44- Air;--. W'a.te 32.1 -' ' fc -5 -Twr..,- r;ua 7,oo ! - r:r.t-.-r C. iue::er 23. ! I. -.' Joua ..-:; 1-.10 i . lv . Wntn Ilan.iutn ii.40 ' 2 It 113 RufiS Haaiium 14 7'J ill5 137 M.rBia Hannum 25.4-i : !." Wiiliara Wtakiand 6.20 j -j Martha Hannr.m 2.50 Blacidici Toirnship. I'-T And.-tv DurF 5.G7 'iT Parts Daniel Beiijarain. Fred. j Stiaeinan .Si: Jno. Hani bright 1.53 Cambria Toirish ip. ! :;: Michael Zigler 17.25 1 fi'j Jonathan Walker 2.; 9 j I ' Andrew Du3 ( part) 7,39 j 4 - David E. Jones 10. SO j 21v Griffith M. Jones 3,20! Carroll Toirnship. j 1 " " Joha Redrcan 5,e0 ; 2 Saraii Barr 21, Co ! Vi'ion Earr 22,32 j Daniel Brr 23,2 .: -2 Lewis Barr 22,14 i ;.5 Peter Sawjcr, W. Adams I and Joepi Lvons l,t-5 CltarJULl Ttmiship. V.Z i 54 TTilIiAin Rartva 2 1 ,44 4-".. 154 Sam utl Bethel 15.&7 j i 154 Gtorz xJiCiam 4 154 John'FJy i-j 154 Johu Fiiher -1 lot John Fenas 4 "-o 154 Joha Fmnberger - i 154 Ezek; . x Jv.m on 41 - 21 John ili-Tisoa 4; i 153 Pid Jackson -o 1-53 llnrv Kepple 153 John'Mnchtll . I 153 V.!'.iaio Fietoa 4: 153 YTiilia'- Smith 4 J--n hir-jw 4 IJ w.-.if ill lo-j John Yorc -V.'illiani L-idle 1 V i5- Michael Kepple n.- -54 G. Cwiinger 1 0 James Bryson I " ? -Tota 'Ic-ase 1:1' Josfj.h H'nchins Abraham ing'r ! 1 Jcha CaUn-ell 4 m 154 Jacob Cox C 1 ? J ese tash ? " ? Mahlon llu tctlnson l. 120 John Scrvoss 2" George Iloraer - ' 153. Jonathaa Lewis 4V Joseph Jones 1 - . 154 Hilary Baker I'l.'l 154 M'illlaia Lambert 2 3 William WiU 4 i 134 George Cobb Coiiemaugk Toicnikip. 2u,ti2 21,44 19.40 15.37 21.41 20,5s 21.41 21.44 j 14 17 - t 1.44 I 17,05 j l-44 ! 15 14.72 1 1.43 7.16 7,16 3.30 2.47 6.60 4.60 21.44 5.43 19.53 20,15 14,1? 21.41 33.60 21.44 21.44 3.?2 6,63 8.27 0 ii.20 14.20 14.20 14,20 5.32 152 3o ICG 112 6 400 iOO io'O 4-) I5J 2.i7 George Fuak 4 Vickroy Alexaador il-irvgcr George Sl-rcia WiJItam Beattr John G. Brown Jaine Gll Ait".-.'j(r Cochraa P. .fao. : rn;r 122 15-5 1 13 120 King & Storm Bnjiip:n Willi aiss Richard Smith RicLi-d Smith JcalLiydon J"hn Teeter William Brown George 31oore Thotna3 Wi'soa Andrew Keanedr James Roberts Charles Jones John Bell M. Ersckea 1 J. Callaa Wijiiaia Clark (J. Kerr) Adam Ream Jackson Ton-isiip. Thomas Vickroy James Steele Joha Clarke William Clark Samuel Slitt John Crawford Joha Sccel Peter Bortmaa James Steel Gt.gc R. Shoiip James Liitt Thomas Slitt .George & King Vickroy i Jac Lt-Tcrgoc J John Simp.son Joha Ribbett John Titsworth Robert Grey Bbert Murdock Charles Lrriae Jatues Laumore Lvnjaaiin Shoemaker Henry Shoemaker John Stoner Ckrtiiaa 6uaer Jactb R.upi Jch UuUey WUHani Nichols Jacob Clementa Rol-ert Ross Henry Barriagtoa Joseph Vickroy John Anderson Alexander JIcGnegor John Morrieoa Valentine Oster Hugh Roberts Storm & King SummerhiLi Toirnship. Christian Smith Robert Stewart Are at Sou man Jact b :-'a?ie Henry "Wood James Dalton James Searght John Etc? man Iaac Braaan John Nicholson Charles Smith William Smith William Sauth D. D. Kmrw Wett 7.24 j 5,4.1 3."7 10.65 14220 14.20 1420 14.20 14.20 14.20 14.20 14.20 1,42 0.60 16,7? IS. 24 11.49 9,42 34.05 Ih.92 30. 2S l2 30J0 21.S3 30,10 6.S3 cO.10 ITl 4..1 4nl 4 400 4i 400 4J0 4j 400 308 404 324 210 60 1 54 150 SI 135 440 422 220 4fK 2V0 4.0 ?0 30 3J iCH 75 405 .0. S.6t.) 20,54 17.41 4,30 23.00 13.43 11,65 ,21 35,72 33,66 4,?5 5, SO 17.20 17,20 17,40 lls) 11. b0 12,71 11, SO 3.97 12,9 6.5o 12,33 12 'J ll',S9 6,41 1315 100 134- 313 71 1S1 426 371 113 300 00 200 405 131 400 401 533 40 401 63 4W 433 433 440 405 120 125 11 50 400 433 439 433 439 439 440 430 433 440 440 440 15,50 33.60 28.96 28,96 2S.35 S,96 2S.96 9.04 S8 2S,0 29.04 29,04 9,04 SO so so 16 13, 0 14,52 5,40 12,54 9,24 14,65 ll.ea 13220 315 160 2C-0 81 50 1 17ri 430 150 10 Isaish Joaes Patrick Z lcCoy 4 Jacies 'Whitehoad lUrn;vas Douglass' Iltirs Wcs!iir.??n Toirnship. Thomas Jackson James Johns 2 15 James Mahan JoLa Taylor (part) 80 George Gutwait Tetcr "Veit Ari-at 5-.'uruau 1S,24 523 20.18 6,60 5,7 t 3,42 i 33 i 6,83 j 14,9 ! 5,41 : 720 55,20 04,40 ' 2t.-J jr,i Abrahams JL'-rriscn 43 Fr.cL Jil:n Aren: Soir.in (part) V.'h'te Toisnf.htp. 136 Th-:ir.35 Tn:n 120 R llert Atkias 156 Garret Co:tinger 119 Jost ;:h Uuichins 153 Joha Martin William Spayd 153 James Thompson 35 Richard Soely (part) 10-6 J -ha Seely 13 Caster Lir.dtr 100 George Ilill Jr. Robert Evans J- hn Marshall 120 Jsrr.es Wilson 109 William George 153 Cadwallailer Evans 153 Timothy Fasten 1C3 Thomas Sie"arlson 153 Joseph Saaaom 15 William Sausoia 133 Joha Clarke 153 George Peddle 106 James Hunter Joha Servos? Thomas L. Moore Ana McMurtrie Janaes Cra:g Jiscph Ashmcad Oifea Jor.t-s James McMurtrie Thomas Mvrgatroid John Brown 87 Michael M'iser 7 Abraaam Wlatrjcre Jaaies S. Gal'agher Town Lots. 8,51 9,20 4:;3 -!.-3 59 433 552 433 106 4'5 400 400 116 230 263 20 433 433 ? 433 433 -too 413 377 31s 30 O " 2C0 210 25 Z'JQ 350 350 19y 9,33 . 22.25 ; 12.53 ' 21.7S j 7,Jl ; 6.14 ! 17,65 : 8.7U j 10.78 ! 14.50 ! 4.20 i 6.o! 15.30 ! 19.43 j 9,39 ! 9.39 i 9.43 : 9.39 ; 3,33 j 9.39 j 9,39 i 5.44 j 16,1 i 46 j 4,?2 i 6 .0 36 4,36 5.04 10.44 10.11 1M5 2,90 1C-0 Lots No. 2. 3, 4 i 7 ia town cf tummc-rkill. t Amariah V. Celiacs Estate, 1.32; 1 Lot in Miiaa-.er, T. R.eilly. 1,30 ALSO. At the same tia.e ani place, will be sol j the follow Lr.z Seated Lands aad Lots cf crcund oa which the taxes reir.aki unpaid, ani which haTe j btea returcc-a to the Commissioners a-rreeab'y to j the act of Assembly, of April 23, 144 A. 260 322 fcO P. Aiuzheny Tourfishtp. Silas Moore's Estate J. Conrad fc Co. Wilim Gibbons' EsU:e ElaJ.lick Toicuskip. The as as W. Jones James Luke Gcw'geRiEk Michael Donegaa William O'Ccacell Ca-ruli Toumship. Henry Arbla Hugh Boj-! Henry Grey Francis McKee Michael McCawley Isaiah Delozitr Thomas Priestlr Geo. W. Todd ' Co.icmav:r4 Bcrovzh. Edward Cassiday Ferdinand Darner Snowdea Taxes 1 1 12,11 37,70 90 3.90 3,20 0. .x 1C0 55 lw llO 1. :o 50 10 r 'O 50 50 1 Lot 1 Lot 1 Lot 2 Lots 51 A. 1,95 1.35 1.30 7,03 75 1.3S 1,95 3.12 13 33 1.63 7s 3.90 ii h n ot I Tt t U.kson Toirnship. 1 Hiratn Ragar 1,00 j 1,50 2.05 6.44 2.el 4.95 1,63 16. I 2.14 50 deeter Brenaemaa 3lkJ Charles Murray 50 Thomas Ragar 120 David Stewart IO David Caldwell 415 Elizabefh G arm an &6 Peter DiUoa's Heirs RuhhinJ Tovmshtp. 56 Patrick Keeiaa Stan mcTh ill Tmmsk ip. 5 Jataes Boyles 50 Jacob Creaa 50 Nathan Crcm 1 Lot Joha Holder 147 A. John Eagaa 100 Thomas Patterson's Estate 400 James McKee 1C0 Philip &. Matthias Eiter AailTse BraaiU iaTid E. Davis Samuel Earnest C5 1.3. 2,12 1,S1 c"' 12.57 ! 69 ' 6 lD.tS ' 1.54 463 j 4.11 ! 2.53 1 Thomas Leonard I Richard Lilly 1.01 Stephen Plummer 1.71 j Sairau iiobtrts i.ot JohaSkaUy Jr. 16.91 j Jacob Seulemoyer L 3.52! Baraabas Sweeny , l.a; Jatics iong Bcraard Wilaiore's Esta.e 3.42 ! Joha Weaver G.2o - Susqtifkanna Tormsh'p. I Cn) Llovd Hike l,Su i Treasarer'a Uce. 4 Ehtnsburz. Arnl 5, lsa-4. o0-4t. PHI5G 3HLLI5EBY GOODS. TOHN Stne AcSons, No. 45 South Second Street, PbiUdelphia, have now ia Store, of their own i.;or cation, a large assortment of ribbons, silks, llowers. Crapes, cr. 1 every -.rticle suitable to the Millinery Trade, to which constant addition will oe made throughout the seiison. thereby ena blini them to cfer the largest aad most desirable selection of articles in their line to be found in the Citr. Pailada., March 30, 1S-54 2m. VALUABLE REIL ESTATE TOR SALE. THE undersigned offers at private sale the Farm .'known s the MCov Farm.) about 2 1-2 miles North Eat of Ebensburg, a ljolaing lands of j rrrrick Farren, John D. Jcns acd others, now in j the occ-ipancy of R. R. Humphreys, .wntaimng one hundred aad sixty-eisht acres and some perches. 00 Isaac Jones 20 John Simpson 40 John Nicholson ISO John Nicholson 443 131 Jacob Gocghenocr 443 131 Jaccb Goughenour ISO Frederick Crovles Estate 400 John Keaa about one hundred ciearei and under good fence. There are erected thereon one two story Divelliii? Houe, A good Ba.uk Earn, with convenient Sheds and out He uses. There is a Good Orcliaud of various Fruit Trees oa the place. A good spring of wat:r convenient t- the bouse, and a Fountain Pump at the dot r Water in almost every field. ALSO One lot cf ground with two small bouses erec:--l thereon, and now in the occupancy of Mrs. C. Humphreys, at the foot of Plane No." o, A. P. R. Road. Cs-An Indisputable title will be given fr the above rroperty. IEEMS reasonable. JOHN liUMFHRIYS "itamir, T: f. CHARLES ALBRIGHT, Attorney at Law, EbAnsburgv lI'LLL practice in the sereral courts of Cambria, B'.air. and Huntingdon counties. Germans can consult and receiTe a oVlce in their cwa language. Office opposite the Court House, formerly occa pied by R. L. Johnston, Esq. ELeusbcrg, February 3, lc3 ly. GEOIIGC 31. KIZD, Attorney at Law, Zbeitsbarg, Pa. T7"ILL practice in the seTeral Courts of Cam- T T bria. Indiana, and 'ifesrmoreland counties. Oif.ce oa Centre St., joining Gea. M Iocild"s dwell- j philis, Dyspepsia, Sal: Rheasi, Kseaf e cf tie Eii inir. J neys. Loss of appetite. Diseases srisin? from the Jan. 15, 1S51. ly. j use of Morcury, i'ines in the Sids acd thouiiers, General I'etiiltr Ircps, Luaibaso, Jaundice, and E. IIlTCUl..S'j., Jr jCoKiTes. Attorary st Law. SasWf, Fa., ,4 Th kuu mMirint hwtm ' Th r?".!5r TTHLL practic? in th severs." Courts of Can-J maladies to winch fecja'es are subject corcaonlr V V hri;t. TJlair sal Indiana counties- All pro- I rpjJic: nreat booju eriaustion. aecointaiiied bv fesionl busincri entruste'l to his care ill be MTon-rtlv tt?Ei-? 1 to. Oaioen Main street a lioinirghiidireliinEhouse. EbenTurtr. Ju'r 1, 1SV5 2i-Sm. J. c. iw .-. ; b. c. cir.aa. w?i. teeet. Geo. "V. Todd, -nrith Carat!i,Tfrry &. Deu. IMPORTERS and Wholesale Jihbers in Etigllsh, German and Dcmestic HAHDWARE, Guns, rista!?. V,'ft:ters, &.C. 154 Mabkkt Stbxet, between 4th i "th, miL ADELPHIA. Sept. 2, l53.-3i. CYEl'S I I'ERSiSIXG, Attorney at Lew, Johastowa Pa. OFFICE oa CT.ntjn Mrept, in th Second Story cf Good & Pershing's tftore Room. J.izary 30, ly. 31. SI ASOX, Attorney at Law, Hbenshurg.Fa. OFFICE in the Court He use, up stairs. Acg. 24, 1S53. .illRAU A1TI HOJ'ELI Attorney at Lsw -Jchnst .-vaX, o FFICE on Cdntan Street, a few doors north of the corner of M n and Clinton. April 2 TTrill.'HEY, Vhite Lead, T T sale by and L:n-eed o;? f0 J. MOORE. T. JL. HEYER, Attorney at law, Jchastcsa, Pa. i fz I VJ 1 FICE on Main street, two doors at of the Echo Office. t March 13, 151. ly iaest rnce paid for wool at the str.ie c! GEO. J. EODC-EF-S. Attomsy at Law, Eheaihare, Fa- VFFTCE two doors West of Major Thompson s " H.tel. JOSI.V S. RIIKY, Attorney at Law, Ebensbarg, Pa., II'ILL practice in the several Courts of Cambria, It Uliir nad Indiana counties. Occ, Mo. 4, "Colonnade Row,"' ner the Court Hiuse. Ebensburg, Aug. 19, 1S53 ly. 1UICXIAEL XJiX MAGCHAX, Attsraey at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. OFFICE. Xo. 3. ' Colonnade Row," near the Tonrt li ae. January 1, 1S-51. ly THOMAS C. M'DOWELL, Attomy at Law, HoUidaysburg. Pa. TT 71 T.L attend the several Ccurts cf Cambria c-untT, as heretofore. 05ce cue door west of Win. McFarlnd's cabinet wareroom. July 21, ISoi. ly C. O. 3II BRAY, Attorney at Law, Eheasbarg, Cambria Co., Pa. FFICE a few doors above the EbensburT ouse. Iec. 30. 1553. WILLIAM KITTELL, Attorney at Law, Eheasburg, Pa. No. 3. 'KToionaie Row" near the Corrt VJilouse. " January 15, 1 Adams & Co.'s Exprrs. JE. CRAIG, agent win forward all packages of a goods or money, daily except Sunday toad the principal cities in t!e Union, acid aii tue towns on the Railroad between Philadelphia anJ. Pitts bure. II. IT. RAIVACA'S TJ TNITED STATES HOTEL, at the Rail Road Depot. Harrisburg, Pa. Lec. 'J, InIo. School Book. aisortmetit of EOOES, such as are 4 gi A. us nero. ,1 ed in cur common schools, f r sale br DAVIS s LLOYD. nKO. L!P?iCOTT. WM. TBOTTE3- IDHC5S BACOS GI10riGr.L3PPI-rOTT&.CO., Tjivh ccnsttatly on hail full us-rtiijeLit of JlJL Teas, YVines, Liquors aad Groceries general- lv. Ho. 17 Hsrth. MTater Street, aad Ho. 10 ITsrta Eelawi-e Avea-e, PHILADELPHIA. January C7, 1S53. This Way I e highest prices are paid for LiJos, skins -7vOR th X anil tanner's bark iu cither trade or cash by J. MOORE. Uisolutioa of Fartnersblp. THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Exis ting between Drs. Jckscn i Hcwe is this clay day dissolved br mutual consent. R. M. S. JACKSON, J. HOWE. Feb. 13, 1554 tf. COACH MASTFACTORT. TUE subscriber would respectfully inform the citizens cf Ebensburg and the public generally, that he will carry on the Coach Making, mem ling the Smith work at the Machine she? f racrly occupied by Mr. Anderson, lathe rear of E Hughe s Store : where r usici ncne but the choicest m.-.te- rial, and employing none but tise best workmen, 1 , : - u . T J- ' . V n - :.ot-. t, a L e l. " pe ui couviuce .i . ,j j iuui ; ut. r,-, nt r.f .Ti.t tilirv, appearance or cheariness. it cannot be excel- led bv acv similar establishment in the Sute or e!w'bere." Percns wishing a bargain in the pur- chase cf a carriage, will c nsult their own interests b-r vWina- him n. c:ilL They are rrecared to sun- piyetj,e f0riOwinz kin is of Vehicles, viz : 1 i .r.t:,....!;.. , rirnnrli- es. Chariotees, one and two horse rockaways. close , r'i, r'-r-T-,, rr.-he.- ,-.nl hntt riiffnr t;n.!4 jtt. mkm a varietw that wiil suit all tastes and all purses. Repairice done with neatness and despatch. ROBERT GALBRAITH. Jan. 20. '5L TO TH C PUBLIC. rUHE subscriber would offer at private sale, that 1 well known two story large slate colored fram house, fronting on Main aod St. Peters Street, in the boriush of Loretto, 4a by 20 feet- The Plank Road from Laurel Swamp to the Cherry Tree runs through the town, which will make the hoase a giod business pUce- Enquire of the sabscriher for farther particular? AUGCSTJS LITTLE, Msrta 10, 51 Dr. Guysvtt's Extract ef TELLOW DOCX ft SA2SA.PAJLTXLA. rNOW pat ap in the largest sized Bottles, anj is acknowledged to be the best SarsaparUla made, as ia certified by tbe Worder Cures it haa performed, the triginal ccpiea cf which are in the possession of the proprietor. Remember, this ia lh -iJy true and orijv.c' artie!?. j Tii Me-i-cice, when usel according to dirertls, I will cure T-ithout fai), Scni'ula. or King's Ei!, Caa i cers. Tuaiors, Eraj ;as ef tlie Siirs. Efrpelas. j Chronic bore Eyes, RlDgwcro, or Tetters, Jy' J Head, RLJuniat.c, hiiaea in the Iones or Joirts. f old Seres and Cloera. 5-tU:nr cf the Glands. Sv : a depressed and o;:ea gio-jciy td.te cf raind. A.s tue syslein ueciiaes ia strengtu there :s a loss cf netJjus power, and this ery rsturailv insrairs the j eerg7 ct the mind and dijturbs the ejuaniuiitv cf 1 the teinrxr. Every candid woman who has suaer- I frcn, female coinpia:-ts wi'l admit this to be I tbe tuourntul truth. Sot, to obtain relief, it is I oiilv necessary to stop the tendencT to derieiion t ceDiiitv. 1111a is lone or renewing last fosn- taia cf hei.th and strength, the llyod, and no med icine accomplishes this desirable result so speedily and complete as "hr. Guysott's Improved Extract of S"el.ow Ioek ani fiarsaparill." Ladies of pale complexion and eoneumptiTe ha bits, and such as are debilitated by those obs-rnc-tiocs which females are liable to, are restored, by the u of a bottle or two, to bloom and to vir. ryrDr. Gnyso't's IuiproTed Extract cf Yellow km. ana Sarsaparilia is a sure remedy for Hered itary taint. Females, read the fallowing. Ntwiit, N. J., Jan. 25. A'-. Brnnctt n e tulce pleasure in stating tuat v&urie..ow VocZ i?arsaparu.a piTes great saas- ficuwn in every c.se. A very re-pectible irentleman informed me that his d-vjchtsr was troubled with dimcult menstrua- f td other diseaswa peculiar to her sex. the had not had her regular meiistruil discharge f:r a 1 long time ; but by tlie use of Lt. G-jysott"s Yel I low Dock aud Sarsaparil'a was radically cured. I i-Leused Townscud's and others without receiving j the slightest benefit. He had one daughter diea j fror the same cause. J. C Tairr i Co. j Tlie curs prformei by IV. Gayso't's Extract of ! Yelk w LKck nad Sarsaptrilla are lasting. The j a 1 tient's general health contiaas to improve after J diseiLe is removed. Cures are not chronicle! aa j til ti.e hs fully tested that there can be no re i laps: cr return cf the disease. Noivn. Herkimer Co, Feb. 15,"0. ! 5. F. Bmnett Jc Co Gents : It is with great plea j sure :Iiit I write you about the very happy effect j of your Yellow Dock and Sar'aparilln open my s..n i who has lor. been suffering ualer that dreadful, ! luatisnTe disease, Errsipeias, w'.th whicb he Wis j attacked ia 14, and was for several mcnths at ! tenie-i by sine of fur Vest physit-ias. who tried ' tlieir skill r rose veringiy for nve months without ary j bsiieacial eject whatever. He became reduc"d to I a perfect skeleton. He had ulcers from his hip I dewa to his knee, whl;h were continually dischar ! ging cfeDPive mat'T. Mo'ical ti i surgical skill ; was banu-d. Physicians said tht his case W3 ncpeiesfr tcere couni re notiimg done to arrest tboiie terrible gaogericg ulcers. My neighbors and myself thought his dissolution necr at hand. Ore cf my neighbors, who had cured a child cf scrofu la, with ycur invaluable aiedicine. wished me to make a trial ef and more from the restless de sire to do something while life lasted, than from any bepe of getting relief, I procure 1 thre bottles of ysur Yeilow Dock and saraapariila,"' and coo-mene-vi us;rg it, an to my astcnis hment. he cens-mente-i to improve t--f..re he had used the third bott. a'i before he had used a half a dozen hot ties, he could walk out He used in all twelve bot- les daring the year '43, and by (.Hrtober last he wja j perlexitly reiOTered ; ever vestigs Gf the disease I except ti e scar was removed, and ne remains ia I prictt bealta up to the present time. Ills recov- ery, an ler the bles.ngs of trwi. is entirely owing 1 to the use of ycur Y-l-iw Dock r.rvj Sars-ir-vrilln. ! and 1 a-sure you that I feel myself under great ob 1 ligations to you and it is with great joy that I in ; form you of what your Ssrsaparilla has done fr ! my sn. Respectfully, Jyes Rcs.ell. j st,Price fl pr bottle six bottles for -. Sold I by J. D. PARK, Cincinnati, Ohio. j Wi4er' Balsam of Wild Cherry. I Forrhe instant relief aad rapid cure of Asthma, i Consumption, Coughs. Co'. is, Hoarseness, Croup, i ani a! disorders of the Lungs acd Che?t- H tSar't Haliam of M uJ Cierry ' The bent tvr inount mart, for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Crcup. lafiaenza, Err.achltis. Eieeliag of the Lungs. Dif ficult Breathing. Liver Affections. Pain or Weak ness ijf the Dreast cr ide, Aic, &cz, AiC. ln-luruz and Co-rjvffion. It is indeed a mel ancholy truth that thousands fill victims to Con sumption every year from no ether cause than neg lected colds ; yet we find hundreds and thousands who we at such complaints with the greatest indif ferent, and let them run. en for weeks, and even months without thinking cf the danger. At first you bare what you consider a slight cough or colJ: allow business, pleasure or carelessness to prevent yea f om giving it any attention; it then settle upon your brea-t, you become boars, have pains in th side or chest, expectorate Large quantities of mi-.tttr, perhaps mixed with blood : a difficulty of breathing ti.suts. an 1 then you fad your own fool ish neglect has brought on this complaint. If, then you vjhe yonr !:fe cr health, be warned in time, and den't triile with vonr cold; but imtne-iiate'.v p roc-Tare a bottle ortw of that famous remedy. Ph. j Wistie's Balsam of Wild dmar, which is wed 1 kccwi to be the most speedy cur ever known, as thoustnds will testify, whose livps have beea saved b v it. For Iuflnenz.i it is the very best medicine in ! tie wir! 1. Ee not d-sreiTc!. remember that it is j "Da. WisTAa's Bi-Jiv cr W13 CaEasv,"' that j perf-ms the most wonderful enres. and it is the j retae.-'y that will afford you immediate relief. j 3 4 3 1 I f r r f 1 II.rtiUu.rf cqmu upthn curni ty zUm of ijr--, , ) I Th following cure'ef Jeremiah Isgrigg, of con- j j sompiion (five of his brothers and sisters having j I died of consumption) is truly wonderful. Ought j ! cot thi to urge the artuctei to maxe use 01 tu:s health-Bnng remeJy, when it is cEectmg cures u.e the foUcKviag : PXAS3TT RlDCE, ? namliton Con U-, Sept. 1S-50. ) J. D. Fori Dear Sir : I take the liberty cf ad vising rou of the benefits I have derived from the ass or Pr. Wistar's P-alsam cf WUd Cherry. I vws rrostrated by that terrible scourge consumption. ! in May last. The attack was truiv i;orriii-s l" ! me, for five or our lamiiy, (.my r-rotners au-A j ! ters) had died of coasumptivn. I was aaacteu , witii , J nearly a.i 1 i i i f e worst lectures ot tne u;seee ; 1 nan 1 a. oistressms couia. ana exoectcratea a soo-i ueai j - . , - . . . j i d b oca: nectic lever, severe paius Ui U.C aa- j chest, ar.ld chi.ls, alternating with Lusaes o heat I and copious aigbt sweats. ... j I was unier the care of a skE.fu. phys-ciaa, from i the time I was taken s-.ck untd about ix weeks ! since: icg then help.ess. and my friends cousia- j ering u.r cae h pel.ss, iivised she use of . .star Ildliiiu ! V. lid Cherrv. V-itiiOUt my SBUWlc, 1 my fitfarr procured it, and comuiencea aomia.siex- ' in 11 to me. aad from tne uay 1 nrs commenced i using it. I was ab.e to be out and oversee my Dua.- j ness, which 1 stiii continue to do. I toe tour 001- ties, ana aia now wcsi. 1 ma&e iav.j s ecu- w induce others that -re afbeted as 1 have l-een, to make a trhd of the medicine which has, under the blessing of Providence, restored my health. JltEVUI IIGC. Price $1 per bottle : six bottles for $0. Sold by JOHN D. PARK, N. E., corner Fo-rth aad Walnut streets, Cincinnati, Ohio, to whom all or ders mast be addressed. Agents for the above medicices-Shoemaker & Clark, Ebensbuig; Moor- & Kepler, Carrolltowa ; W. W. Ivory Co.. Snatmit; Jihnson & Edsoc, Johnstown; II. P. lEldebrand, Indiana; J. C. Day, i Blairrville : Fleming Brothers, P.ttsburs. SheriiTs Sale. BY Tirtue of a writ of Fiere Facia to me direc ted ttere will be exposed to public sule or out cry on the premises on Monday, thi 17th day of ApriL 1G4, at 1 o'clock, P. M." all the rieat, title and interest cf G. H. Muckerbei J of, ra and ta a lut of ground situate :a the Borough of Johnstown, Caral.ria county, known in the plan of said Bor ough as Xo. eu. fronting on Canal Street feet and running bacic feet to va alley au jiln'r.g lots of Corner Clare ca the NorUi and Sam uel XidIc" ca tUe iouth, having therein erected a two story frnie-house and a ba.k bnli-iing attach ed, a wtK-i liouse and Siable. n-.- in the 000 a pane j of G. H. Mucherheid. AUoUiTiX DCEEIN. t-BiEirr" Orr:cL. Ebensiug, Msrch 3d, ) fcliiiCL TGUs rvOTKE, 4 ETTKE-S tcstimcnLtry on i' i ctr.to cf Jaiikes 1 A K. MclVrmit, decease'!, LiT tig V.eeu grar.e-i to James McDcrni'.t Ebensburg, aiid James Mc Molles of Cearlleld !wt.-'..f, uZ. persons inlebte I to sal! estate are reuestel t; ntike nay ?nL. ani persons having claims will presfLt tliem pr-jcriy proven fr settlement. JAMES rD?.M!T. . JAM. "a M "M ELLEN. t"i Jlarch JO, 'jA ot. Tt'31. G. Yv II0-, JUSTICE cf the Peace. Siimm'trllle, Cambria County, Ta. Off.ce Ea.!-t of the .Ulegbery rortge Rjiilrcal on the Turnpike. March So, loo4 tf. RAGS WAMLI). BEING estenaively engaged in the manufaerure of Paper, we will pay to Country Merchants and others having Rags for sale, more :Jic-i the pre sent mcriitt pnetf Cah. JESiCi' 4c MOJRE, Taper Mmufacturcrs. FaiLi. rt-rnri Nos. 21 and -'i North St. (1st Srt below Arch, between 5th and tth.) Phil a., Mrch It 54 2m. Orphan' Court Sale. BY virtue cf an order of the Orphans' Court of Cambria county, there will be exposed to pub lic sale, cn the premises, oa Mon-lay t'te 17th day cf April next, at 1 o'clock. P. M., the following pi't-e or p-irr-l of !n1 of which Peter Cannier, di ed scired. sitaate ia Carrci! Township : Be ginning at a post oa line of land ia name of Roads Kanxif!, tbenc "cuth eighty-nine degrees. E-ast sixty-seven perches to a Post, thence by land in name pf Aaron Hoops, South one and a half degrees, We.-t one hundred and twenty seven perches to a Pc-t, thence by linl of Emericu Bender, North eig.'r n:ne degrees. West slx-y svea perches tc an -h. thence ty same North one and a half de grecs. rliut one huj ured and twenty perches to the place of beginning, containing nl"ty acres and twenty nine perches and allowance uXk ut tea a cres cf which is cleared, ani thereon erected a two story hewed leg Huse and a small loz Hara. ::'e to be hi-il ca the premises Terms: oue third of the purchase mon.y to be paid cn confirm ation of the sale, and the residue ia two equal an nual payments thereafter with interest to be se cured bv the judgment bon.ls and mortgage cf the purchaser. JACOB KOONTZ, Adrir. March 23, 1 54 c OX Ers'and. Ireland and vt;iaJ from up war 1 also. Psaee Tickets bv the Old Black i-tar"' Line of rackets, sailing from Liverpool on the 1st, tth, 11th, 16th, 21st, and Cth cf each month. W. A. NEFF, Ajt. Cresson. March 23, 14 if. FLANK ROAD LETTING. ST1ALF-D pr:psa!s will be received at the oSce cf William Klttel", in the Crough of Ebens burg, until 7 o'clock, P. M of Triday the 21s: day of Arrll next, for ciearinz, rra 11 e. ani masonrv of that p art of the Ebensburg an 1 ijus-tuehnna Flank ' road, extending from Carrolltown to a point on the S Susquehanna nvr beiow Lsbac Giffor-is a distance 1 of about six or evca m"n. Tbe work w-ili be di- j tiied into sections of aboat one mile each, and pro- , posals will he receive! for one or mere sections, cr for the whole distance. Maps, profiles, and specifications will be ready for the examination of bidders, at the oiSce above mentioned on and after the 17th cf April next, aal ad prcper lntormar-cn given on appiicatioe to n. s. Alexander, Es j.. Engineer of the road. - No proposals will be received after the hocrabove specified. Ev crier cf the Board. WM. KITTELL, Secretary. Ebensburg, March 23, 1 ;o4 1. I'LIYR ROAD 3k OTIC C HE B-oks of the Ebensburg and Half way House Plank Ro..l Company. wi'J U opened on the loth of Arrii next, at the house cf Jawxs Mt- iK in the borough of F.ber.sburg, and at the house of Gjoisi Mvbeat, Half-way house, cn the 17th dnv, 6, P and continue cren from tea o'clock, A. M tih GEORGE MURRAY, JOHN OSTF.R. DANIEL T.JONES. THOMASGKIFFITU. JAMES MYEE.S. EZEKIEL IILGHES. ComauSiioneTS. Vlarch 23, '54. KOTICE. f W. IVORY i. CO, Agents :" r seHicg raage I Tickets and Drafts forEarlanE Irtl.tnd Scot land a-i Wale, through Uiria, Siat'ori iCo's Eurcy-ta Agents. .ILSO Agents for sUlnr Fassa-T Tickets by W TiT.-f.t & Co s Line cf Liverpool f-h:ps sailing from Liverpool to New York cr I'hliauel- .del - ohia. P..r-r ran ri tickets through from any a-!T part cf Gnat Britain, direct to the Scwwit. se.s tii-i everv tve cuvs. w. vr. ivort & co. Narch 17. '54. TO THE PUBLIC. trr call tic ttcntion of our friemis and the put- lie generally to nur new stck cf G HDS. just received, which wille soil lew for cash. .:,nr, Eicon r.ad Salt constax-tly on hanu. 20 Sicks Ground Alum Salt, which we will sell at cost- . p 5 All persons knowin-r tLerr.-e.ves m iebied to us on bock account, or f-r freight will please call aai settle. March 17, "4. V. W. IVORY k CO. CHARLES H. JtARPLE 5 WIXE A1SO LIQEOR STORE, Sa. 233 yorth Tblrd t-. ibavtrallowhtu, E.MMX StAe, PblladclpUiw. HAS constantly on hand French Branl.es, H-l-lanl G'n and a general assortment cf FOR EIGN WINES. ALSO. All kin is of American Spirits, &c. THE EMPORIUM THE CHEAPEST GOODS CAN BE FOUND AT j I THE NEW STORE LAUREL S A M i . THE citizens of Cambria County are respectful ly xnvitedto examine our stock before pur-haslng elsewhere. An acquaintance with our stock :n 1 manner cf doing business, will convince you cfjhe superior inducements, we are enabled to oder. Our varied assortment comprises. Dry Goo.ls of every kind : Ilts. Caps, Boots and Shoes, Reaiy Made Clothing. Hardware and tiueensware, Cedar Ware. Dregs, Dye Staffs ; Groceries of all kinds ; an excellent assortment of Fizh o.c. .c. Any articles called for, which we have not oa hand, can be obtained in a few hours, by Pesna. Railroad and Adams and Co's Express, at the low est rates posaicle. We feel assaired that those who will call and lock through our stock, which unier all circumstances, we are pleased to shew, will be disposed to buy. CUR TERMS ARE CASiL W. A. NEFF ic. CO. CT ADAM'S CO S Express G2ieo has teen removed from Summit to Cressoa Station Laurel Swamp. W. A. "ETF, Ag t. March ;0, '54- JOB (T4XI. JO 9 llli. T IT4J1. . JEW FIR3I: TnE PUBLIC ARE IIEP.EBT IXFORMEO that the late flrta of Evan i Jones has enur ed int a co-partnership with Jchs Evans and Joha Hare ia the Tannery aud Eoct and Shoe nraaufio-tnrin- besisess. Their friends are iarited to call at the old stand of Evans Ac Jones1, few dnon eat cf Carmon's Hotel, and tie Tannery establishment fjrmerly owned ty J. Moore. They have comtact'y on kani a larga t-7-.rtment cf French calf skin. Men and Womens' Vcnxn Loots and Shots, and are prepared to execute work on tbe shortest notice. The highe-t ca.-h prices pa.'d for LJ either i.i tra I or cash. Being practical wirkmea themselves, an! cirr none tut the Tery be-t materials, they are cocfiJeat they can esecute wra as wuli and as cheap as aay estnblirfcment ra the ccsrtry. February 17, lr54 tf. SI1H ARKAXCE1!T. T LINE Uil I; ttJACil-f-S. BELuNG'.XI FV: to M-f. Xacmrs-iui L.rw.v w:h leave Ltecs- burr, twice every uay for Jefrson. The first wilt ler.ve at 3 o'clock. A. M-, rneetlrg the morning train oa Penna. R. R. fjr the east at 1 1 o'clock and OS tain. Second coach leaves at 5 o'c'ocn ia the eveninir meetii.g the train going west at 7 o' cl jck arid 56 m'.n. ; returning, tirat conch leafes Jeferson for L"benturg at 1 o'clock, P. M. and second and 8 Y. U, immedlite'.y after arrivals tf the Passenger Trams. February 17, li54 tf. Cri jST srauGs tlasx iload coscpast. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given thit Rooks will be opened by the subscribers, at the store of John M'MeeL, Galitxin, Allegheny Township, Cambria county, cn Monday the 10th Jay of April, sal at the hcose cf Daniel Litxinger, at Che?s Springs, oaMonlay the 17lh dny cf Apri. next, at 10 o'clock A. M. of sail day, which will be kpt crea nnlll 4 o'clock I. M. of sai l Jay. ar. 1 dcrii the corresponding hours of ench succeeding !y. fur the space of five days, for the purpose cf receiv ing subscription to the capital sto-k of sill Coi panr. FR.NCIS CnHdSTY, JNO. Mr.MEAL, ANTHONY WILL, PATRICK IVORY, JNO. C. MrGUlilE. ANDREW McGUHtr, D4NIELLITZINGER, JEROME DAWSON. Commissioner? nimel in the -4ct of Inccrpcrrlics. March 10, !So4. .4 D311 5"I STR A TO R S A OTIC Eh THE Register of Camhna County having grin ted letters of Aiaiiaitr5ticft to the undersigned residing in Ebensburg on 2.e eatate of John IKilon, J.-c'd, iate of Suma.it.Ule. All persons indebted to aai 1 estate are requested to make payment with cut delay, and persons having claims aiiiust said eitate to present them properly proven fjr settle meat. JAMES M EEEMIT. February 24, 54. AD31IXISTRATOR SOTIt'C LETTERS cf Administration were granted to the undersigned on the 2d of Femary ti the es tate cf H Uliam O'Keeffe, dec d , of Cambria town ship. All persons knewing themselves in levied to s-jd entitle will make payment hnme-liately. an! those having claims against it will present them properlv autl:enticat-d for .eitm-Dt. iriLLlAM O'KEEFFE Jr., A lar. February 24, D4. DIOLl"TIO.V Or PARTYEIISIIIP. THE partnersl ip heretofore existing between Jaccb Gecrge Correll in the butchering business, was on the 3d, inat-, dissolved br mutual afrreement. GEORGE COKRELL. JACUB CORRELL. Summit, March 17, '5L A REVOLCTIOX IX EIICASDI'RG; I1W Ajrs CTTTaT BOOK STOS-E ' J. RODGERS, Jr. would invite the puhli-t to call aad examine his ex:enive and splendid assortment of Miscellaneous Books, consisting of Hot Cora Scenes in New York bakespear'a Quo tations Webster's Dictionary. CnabriJgeJ Ro'. iins Historv Uncle Tom's Cabin Lorenzo Dow .'osephus Cooper on Dislocation and Practice Robin (ruso Light and Shades of Freemaacnry Chamber's Information for the People Bibies of all kinds Protestant Bibles Doway Eib'.ea Pres hyterian Ilym Books School Books cf all kinds Encyclcpda-ia of Americana Drafting Paper Tra. cing Moslln Stationary of all kinds Scrg Bocks . ., :. . v. v M " j lZ ' ' March 8, 1S54- HATS A.XD CAPS. T" HE subsoriber icTites attenticn to his late stylc-i 1 tf Hats, eocsisting of aU the Tarious descrip tions now wrrn. which caaact be excelled in Phl- I aielphia or elsewhere. Country merchants will find it to their advantage to purchase at this establishment, as our facilities for masnfarturirg will enable us to o5er great in ducements t. countrv t-erchants. ISAAC M. ASHTON. 172 Market rt, rhilaJelptia. Dec. 50, I i xio.v iiorsii; Hbentsurg. Cambria Co., Pa. mnE subscriber would respectfully i itf.rm bij that he has I friends and the travellltiT pahlic 1 leasl the bouse farmer' v kept ty 1 ial the house farmer y kept by Mrs. Mary O. Fran, and is trerare! to accommodate all who Evans, aud is trerare I to accommodate a.! Yes- I miy favcr lim with their custom. The establlsh i rin.t has been fiirclched with every convenience that v.t tin be. li.s rooms are i ge asi we"! ve-.ti- lated. His t--lc w-1 be 5iitp;-.e-1 wita tie rest me mirket can sffor!. His bsr wi". contain Liquors of ths t est bran is, ai hi" stable is large, and at- tenueu oy caret a. ana o-ig-fi u-'crs- 'JOEN A. ELA IR. Dec. LATROI1D HOTEL, Westmoreland Co.. Pa- 1 t M T ARSHALL. navais leases tLis coa.moa ons and popular Hotel, situated near the Ta. j R. R . invito cad rrtm the tn.Teli-.rg puhli-. The I rtablishment has un Jergone considerable repair, i an! finished in the best possible manner. No I p ains will be spared to add to the eoatdort and con venience et its guests. Dec. 3, lb-53. Da 11 T. Storm, Kotarr Pablic, Scriyeaer aadCenyeyareer, JCHSTOwTS', CAYRRTA CO. PA., j TT TILL also attend to his u:ies as a aUce Le ceds, it.. gal itrrumenta of writing, suca as arreoments. r oreiaTi l ower tt Attor-ev, drawn up accurately. CoEcctioi-a e-truste-1 to his care will receive strict atientloa. May 13, 152 30-tf. IElTIsT, R. S. BELFrRD. Surgeon i)enast. intones ia. public that be has returned to Holadysnurg. and permanently located ia the oSce he occuptea flv.rin. v: lit-visit, fonedoor west of Hewite fstre r,nAHe?henT st-.i where he will be pleased to itl'.n 1 t ajv cceratk-as in h-s pr fessioa. All work done by him will be w HolliJaysburg, Augut 2 " ed. 1S03. SUMMERHILL EREWERY. THE unders:ened would respectfully inform the citixens of Cambria and the adjoining coca -t:es that he has commenced the Crewinc in all its branches at the HALF WAT HOUSE, ia'Summcr Lill Township, Cambria County. He win all time be in readiness to supply his customers vrith Ale, Strong aad Lager B EER- GEO. EUETHGR- Dec. 3.1?C3 ;'