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, T. COFFET, M. E.
A. 5NOTJKCES TO THE PROFESSION. THAT he has opened, ia the ninmi adioimn hi of- fioe, ia Hollidaysburg, a SURQICO-MECHANICAL INSTITUTE, for the application of approved physiological sup ports, ia the treatment of Chronic Disease, and those numerous Weaknesses and Deformities of the body, in which support to the relaxed and drag ging organs is an important condition of core, and necessary to the success of internal treatment All the appliances used, are endorsed by many of the most eminent members of the Profession, and consist, in part, of Body Braces, for Prolapsus Uteri, (or Falling of the Womb,) and the diseases of the Heart, Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, and weak ness of the Back and Nerves, which result from such "falling," Spinal Supporters, for every vari ety of Spinal affection, Chest Expanders, to erect the body, and enlarge the Chest, Pile and Peri neal Elevators, Hernial Trusses, etc. The increasing importance of this department of pathology, and the difficulty the country practioaer has in procuring any mechanical aid, much less those that act in harmony with nature, induces the undersigned, at much cost and labor, to supply whatia alike, a pro fessional desideratum, and neoessary to guard the public against the imposition of us scientific and rsJCEioud contrivances. Physicians, an 1 allothis interetted, are invited to call and examine. Those who desire to give their patients the auxiliary benefit, of aDy variety of scientific support, can send their patients to the Institute tor that-purpose, without rUk of any abate of such confidence. A discount of 20 per cent to the profession on all instruments furnished them, or at their request. Arooin wili bo fitted up specially for Ladies, wun a L-Aly in attendance. Hollidaysburg, Feb. 3, 1654 4m. to physicians. The attention of the'Medicl Profession in Penn la respectfully invited to the following important iacts : 1. Not less than two thirds of the American wo men are afflicted with Prolapsus Uteri, and its as sociated complaints ; the result of natural delica cy of organization ; defective physical education ; early marriages ; the various accidents of pregnan cy, and labor, and general neglect of hygienic mea sures. 2. That as Prolapses Uteri is a displacement, or falling" of this organ, it necessarily involves a like descent, or dragging of the Heart, Lungs, 8tomach, and Bowels, and that one fundamental condition of cure in all these cases, is, the applica tion of such a Physiological brace, or supporter, as will most effectively trace the weak back and without compression, assist the related and over-taxed muscles in performing their natural office of lifting and holding in their place, the dragging viscera of the Chest and Abdomen from the depressed Uterus. The observation of every Physician, and the exten sive and increasing use of abdominal supporters, (so called) furnishes conclusive proof of this. 3. That the Supporters now in use never have received the approval of the profession, because, they all, in common, act as heating and confining chimps, compresses, and relaxing poultices, creating a necessity for their perpetual use by restraining the freedom and exercise of the muscles, which they should only assist, and, also, aggravating the "falling" and dragging, by their crowding and cowi pressing rather, than their bracing nnd elevating tendency. 4. In view of the above facts, which every Phy sician has been compelled to feel but too keenly, is it not the duty, as well as the interest of the Pro fession, to seek for an instrument which acts upon established principles of pathology, and which is at once effective, and necessary to the success of the practitioner, and professional in its origin and de sign ? The undersigned, therefore, acting in accordance with the true interests of the Profession, and after much, investigation and outlay, now offers to them an instrument which fully meets all the above in dications. The Brace invented by Dr. Banning of N. Y., has alone received the approbation of the Profession, or taken rank as a permanent contribu tion to Medical Science. Awhile it supports the weak back and lifts up tho abdominal viscera, the tinduraignvd, by combining it with a reomt inrca tion, has added greatly to its efficiency in erecting the body and expanding the chest, and these instru ments are believed to fulfil every indication that can be derived from mechanical support, while acting in complete harmony with the forces of nature. Desirous of introducing these Braces through the cooperation of Physicians, and being enabled to fur nish them at Manufacturers prices you are respect fully referred to the annexed quotations : fine Steel Body Brace, Retail Price, $10.00 Silver Plated " " 15.00 Fine Steel Erector Brace, Retail Price, 15. 00 Silver Plated " " 20.00 Twenty per cent discount off these prices to Physicians. A Scientific Treatise, and Descriptive Essay, will be sent to Physicians, gratuitously, by addres sing Dr. H. T. COFFEY, Feb. 3, 1854 4m. Hollidaysburg, Pa. Advantages of the Body Brace over Other Suppor ters. 1st. It is cooL 2d. It ia light 3d. Its pads can all be shifted up and down, right or left, as fre quently as the necessity of the ca3e may require. 4th. Its great and universal flexibUity. 5th. It 1JFTS CP All OTHERS BBAB DOWS. 6th. ItS pad3 are four, and press on the weak hips, and particu larly on the weak back, supporting, yet not restrain ing the body. 7th. Its pads being of naked horn, stimulate and harden the muscles, while soft and ousnioned ones (like poultices) relax and waken, through heat and perspiration, and soon become rancid. 8th. It ig so constituted as to admit of at taching to it any proper spinal apparatus, and alBo the most perfect pile and hernial truses. 9th. It may combine with its mechanical induences the virtues of the galvanio battery, locally or generally applied. The Erector Brace and Chest Expander, in addi tion to the above, makes pressure upon the front of the shoulders, and without constraint or compres sion, erects the body, expands the chest, and promotes health, grace and beauty. It is free from straps, bandages, or compresses, acts in har mony with nature, and defies scientific, objection. For those who have weak backs, stooped shoulders, narrow or flattened chests or defective forms it is the best invention ever presented to the public Rclx or Measchemext. For the Body Brace, drew a tape snugly around the body, one and aha!f inches below the tips of the hip bones, over the li nen for the Erector Brace, add measurement around the cLost, under tho arm-pits, and send the number of inches, cauh coiiipanying tho order, and the Brace will be sect to order, with an explanato ry circular; and exchanged to suit, provided it be imtatlUtdg returned, in an unsoiled condition. R- H. TVnolt. M- ROBERTS. I2i:SR.. Tl'DOR & KCBERTS. FEELING thankful to the citizens of Ebensburg and viciuity for their former patronage, be lsave to tuite, that having been both East and Vc-s they have purchased the largest and best stock of GH0CE2IXS A2TD COI7FECTIG17S, that las ever hern brought to the place, to which they now invite the attention of the public. Their stock consists of. Sugars. Black nud Green Teas, Coffee, Essence of Coffee, Chocolate, Prepar ed Corn, Dirkecs Baking Powder, English "and American Mustards, Crackers. Cheese, l ine nnd coarse Salt; Palm, Rosin and Castile Soaps, Can dles, Flour, !-cos. Mackerel, Cod-fish, Salmon, nnd Herring, Vinegar, Syrnps and Molasses, Whiskey, Brandy, Wine, Fluid, Alchohol, and oils, Tobacco and Cigars, of the ch- icest brands ; MEOICJAES, and a general assortment of 1 s, Buckets, Bas kets. Brooms, Brushes. Window Glass. &c, &c. ALSO, Every variety of DRIED FRUIT, such as Citrons, Prunes, Currants, Figs, Dates and Rai sins; Jellies and Preserves ; SCTgOPEVEHY DESCRIPTION, and in fact, every thing that an epicure could de sire. They will ever be happy to wait upon all who may favor them with their custom, and feel satis Cod that they are enabled to sell L0WE2 F03 CASH, than any other establishment in the plaoe. ELenbarg, Nov. 2- 1863.-Jy. ! JOE2T PARES. Johnstown Marble Works, One aoor Berth of the corner ef Kain and Clinton Streets, Johnstown' Pa. MONUMENTS, Tombs, Grave Stones, Mantels, Table, and Bureau tops, manufactured of the moat beautiful and finest quality of foreign and do mestic marble, always en hand and made to order as cheap as they can be puree asea in the East, witn the addition or carnage. From long experience In the business and strict attention thereto, he can as sure the pubho that all orders will be promptly at tended to and the work finished in the best and most handsome manner, furnished to order and delivered at any placo desired. ALSO, Grindstones of various rnts and Bises, suitable for furiners and mechanics. Sold by whole sale or retail. Purchasers ero invited to examin stock and pri ces. Johnstown, Nov. 25, 1853. tf. Hide, GII,rand K.eatIierStorc. D. KISETATRICK, So. CI, South Third. Street, between Slarkot and Ltcsnut Streets, rhi::u;oipt.i3. HAS constantly on hand nnd for sale, Dry nnd Dry Salted Sm-nish Hides, Dry and Green Salted Patnii Kips, Tanners' Oil, Tauners' and Cur riers, TOOLS, at the lowest prices and upon the be6t terms. All kinds of Leather in the rough wanted, for which tho highest market price will be given in cab, or taken in exchange for hides. fioyLeitbcr stored free of charge and sold on commission. May 13, 1853. Republican EXall. ANTHONY VO WINKLE respectfully informs the public that ho is now prepared, as the law di rects, with every requisite lor tne accommoda tion of strangers and travellers" at his new 6tand in the Northern Liberties of Hollidaysburg, and respectfully asks for a share of custom. His ta hi will at all times be supplied with the best the market affords, and his bar stocked with the best wines and linuorg. SQf The larger Hall can be rented by the day or night, and a Piano and Pianist furnished. tSf German wines and Lager Beer kept con stantly on hand. Hollidaysburg, May 6, 1853. Be 11, Johston, Jack, & Co. (lATE BELL, JOHSSTOX, & CO.) Office of Deposit, Discount, & Exchange, AT HOLLIDAYSBURG, PA. JAMES M. BELL, Robert B. Johu ton, and Wil liam Jack are the Active Partners, who alone transact the business of tho firm. THE OT11EE PAETSEES AEE A. P. Wilson, Wm. Dorris, Jr., Win. P. Orbison, of Huntingdon, Pa., T. C. McDowell, Wm. M. Lloyd, James Denniston, 11. M. Lemon, Geo. R. M'Fnrlnne, Samuel W. Rhodes, Samuel Calvin, Thadcus Banks, John Cresswell, Jr. Joseph Smith, of Hollidaysburg, Pa, Alex. M. Lloyd, Baker & Watson, of Gaj'sport, Pa., John Miller, of Temper- anceville, Blair co. Pa. E. Shoemaker, of Ebcnsburg, Pa., Thos. White, of Indiana, Pa., S. II. Smith, John Crouse, David Watson, of Johnstown, Pa. John Ncff, Samuel Dean, James M. Johnston, Wil liamsburg, Pa. tOthtrs mag and icill be adJcd.'&Zl Collections made in all parts of the United States. Drafts furnished on Philadelphia, Pittsburg, &c., &c. The usual rate of Interest, in such cases, paid ou Deposits for 3, 6, and 12 months. Other Deposits received pavable on demand. Hollidaysburg, July 1C, 1852. D. J. Evans. J. D. Hughes. EISTCIfES, JJ'OULD again inform the public that they have. It just received from the Eastern cities, and have on hand a large end excellent assortment of Fall acd Winter Clothing, which they are prepared to dispose of at reasonable prices. Their stock consists, in part, of men and boys wearing apparel, manufactured from Cloths, Cussimercs, Kattinetts, Satins and silks. Also, Woolen and Cotton Undershirts, Drawers, &o. Hats and Caps, of all kinds, suitable for the season. Also, a Inrpe assortment of OVERCOATS and CLOAKS of the latest styles. They have also on hand Cloths, Cassimeres, Sat tinttts, nud Vestings, which they are prepared to manufacture to older according to the latest appro ved fashions. The goods have been selected with care, and can be sold vehy low. Call and examine their stock. They wiil suit you as to quality and price. Ebcnsburg, Oct. 21, 1853. Administrators A'otiee, T ETTERS of Administration have been granted JLi to the undersigned, by the Register of Cam bria county, upon the estate of James Rhey, de ceased. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to us, and those having claims will present them properly au thenticated for settlement. 6CSAN RHEY, Administratrix, ANDREW J. RHEY, Administrator. Ebensburg, October 21, 1852. tf. Thomas I Martin, House and Sign Fainter and Paper Hanger, Johns town, Pa. QHOPon the Island, nearly opposite D. Leech & O Co's Warehouse. Dec. 22, 1852. EPr. It. 31. S. JTactiseii Er, jrasues C. HAYING entered into a Co-partnership in the practice of modieirip rif?7i tho?- -. .-;, tue inhabitants of Suinmitviile nnd vicinity. Dr. Jackson caw be found nt . -- - .'... 1 1 i toe toll ?i!, roil Dr. Howe at the old ."., r.n f'umn.it. S.;,t. 0, 1R53 tf. Exchanse I2oeI, Eicraburg", Pa. THE undersigned respectfully informs the pub lic that he is now uren.irpfl lor their accommodation, and will exert cverv ef fort to render his house an attractive and comfort able stopping place. Ilia table will alwnys be sups phed vith every delicacy the season affords, nnd his bar stocked with the best of Wines and Lioucrs (.un.-i.ii uuu miubiivc liosuer will bave charge of tLe stables. He respectfullv s?i5to o .t, patrocag?. . ., JAMES MYERS. April 28, I63C tf. iIEIOtSTKZS.V. W.C . Black. "RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Holli daysburg and vicinity that he will remain in dis place for a few weeks and holds himself in A JrZ 0 ,mTa,lufactQre Hair, Straw and II k j.Iatrasaes and Lounges, and do the general up. bolstering work of houses, such as hfngLg cut W?'frPT,ngr0vm9' &0- IIe also Repair PoHf or'kt ? rra,d er at Exchange Room McFarland & Son's Cabinet Wolre Hollidaysburg, Dec. 9, 1353. rpiIISWAYl-Forl have just received and of-J- fersaloa large lot of Stone x? Wares. The highest price paid gr wool Ebensburg. April 1. j. M'00RE LKO HERE ! Justreceived by the Pennsvl vania Rail Road, and for sale bs J. Moore Griud Stones, rntent Buckets, Brooms, Cheese' Cotton Yarn, Govsr Seed, and a larire lnt nf nJ. pmUr's FooM. Anril r George Rhey. Levi Matthews. William Ebb. RHEY, MATTHEWS &. CO.. WHOLESALE Grocers and Commission Mer chants, Dealers in all kinds of Produce and Pittsburg Manufactures, No. 77 and 79 Water Street, Pittsburgh, Pa, August 19, 1853. JOBS M'DBVITT. WILLIAM U'PBVITT. JOUN M'DETITT &, ERO., WHOLESALE grocers and dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Rectified Whiskey, Flour, Bacon. Fish, Cheese, &c, &c. No 811, Lib erty street, opposite tho head of Bmitbfield, Pitts burgh, Pa. December 23, 1852 'J-tf. JC1EX C. 31 AG ICt,, HAS leased and refitted the McMillen House, (late the Bcnnct Hotel) in the borough of Johnstown, where he will be glad to receivo noy of his friends who may favor him with their patronage. He has also opened a bar with a choico selection of i i . r 1 1 i - wines uuu injuirs ui au sinus. Meals served to suit passengers who wish to tra vel by the Pa. R. R. JOnN C. MAG ILL. Johnstown, Ta., July 22, 1853. FOREST ilOCSE. Campbells town, Cambria connty Fa. THE undersigned. Proprietor of the above Ho tel, informs his friends and the public that he is well prepared to furnish the best of accommo dation, and is determined to please all who may call with him. JOHN P. PARISH. Campbellstown, June 16, 1853 34-Cm. A CARD. R. A. YEAG LEY having permanently lociitcl in Jefferson, Cambria county, ros';ectfu"v tenders his professional services to the citizens of the place and thesuvroundiug couctry, in the prac tice of Medicine and Surgery. Office on Main street, where he can alwsys Ics found and consulted, except when absent on pro fessional business. Jefferson, April 1-1, 1853 25. llr. Geo. IS. 2Lclly, VFFUKS liisnrofessionnl services to the eitiiena ofJefferson and vicinity, in the practice of .ueaicine ana surgery. Office next door to Mr. Lytle's Store. May 20, 1853. C. Snerldan, 31. 15., T ERPECTFDLLY . tenders his services to the -LV citizens of Johnstown and vicinity, in the practice of Medicine and Surgery. Office at the Drug store of Kratzer and Sheridan corner of Clinton and Main streets. Residence Main street, second door below Yon Luennn's 6tore, Dr. S. It. FU'Ij, TT ESPECTFULLY tenders his services to thick JL. izens ol bummcrLilI townsuip m thj priiztice of Medicine and Surgery. Office at Half-Way House, Cambria county, Pa. Nov. 21, 1852. iiiti! Alio ,tg:ves, Justice of the Peace, Ebensburg, Fa,, Will attend promptly to all collections en trusted to his care Office, adjoining his dwelling. July 21, 1852. tf. F. 31. GEORGE, Justice of the Poace, foot of Plane No 4, A. P. S. E. riLL attend promptly to all collections entrusted to his care. Office, adjoining- the- Post office, July, bth, Or. Henry Yeagley, Practising Physician, Johnstown, Pa. VFFICE next door to his drug store, corner of Vr Mam and Bedford streets. Johnstown, July 21. 1802. WM. 1AV13. JOUS LIOID. Iavls& Eloyt!, HAYING formed a partnership in the Mercantile Business, would respoctfu-ly solicit the pa tronage of their friends aud the public goncraily. Call and see us at the old st;ind of Williau Da vis. April 29, 1852. Always on Slitud. Q TONE WARE, Earthen wure, Nails, Cast-steel O and Salt, fur Fale by DAYIS & LLOYD. May 12, 1852-29. Wia. 31'FarIand and Son. CASIxIET WARE EOOUS, Allegheny Street, Hcllidaysbnrg, Pa. WOULD respectfully invite tho attention of the public to their superior stock 'of Furniture of every description. Fnruiture of nil kinds man ufactured to order on th shortest notice. All or ders from a distauce preinptlv attended to. July 1, 1852. ILabcrei'M Wanted. T"fc Laborers ore wanted to work on the Ebens eJ'Vr burg and Susquebsuua Plank Road, te vhom liberal wages will be given. Apply to either of the undersigned. GLASS & IIUTH1S0N. Ebensburg, June 3, 1853. S. PeterBberjjer's Wholesale and Retail Clothing Store. COATS, Vests, Pants, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Haud kcrcheifs, Cravats, Boot?, Shoes, Carpet-bags, Trunks, &c. Sold cheap for Cash. Summit, Cum bria County, Pa. 3. 1'aiton Thompson, "With Harplo, EUis & H'Clure, IMPORTERS and Dealers in Forcijinand Domes tic FANCY DRY GOODS, Trimmings, IK.ery, Gloves. Satins. Silk Vest ntrs I vota 1 :i J . White Goods, Suspenders, Comb3, Brushes, But tons, looking Glasses, &c. . No. 15 North Third Street, two doors a'oove t-nurca Alloy, l'liuadelplua. J. A. ELLIS. E. C. McCLURE Philadelphia, Feb. 1C, 1852-32. AJii.b b. TODD informs the citizens of Ebens burg, and the public generally, tba he has opened an extensive nnd varied assortnicet of Cab inet r ire in Mr. Robert Davis' new building, Main street, nearly opposite the "Mansion liuse," where he will bo happy to have them call Uid ex- UIU1UU U1S MAHOGANY, WALNUT, CHERRY AND OTHER VARIETIES OK FURNITURE, consisting in part of Sofas, Bureaus, Tablcp, Bed steads, Secrctarys, Stands, &c, &.o. He will have constantly on h:md an errcelli r.t as sortment of Fancy and common Chairs, wliich he will sell lower than ever before offered ix this place. Every article ordered will be made iu tie most wotkmanlike manner, of the best materials; and REPAIRING of all kinds will be promtly intend ed to. nis terms are CASH, and being determined to sell low, nnd keep none but good articles, he hopes to receive the patronage of a discriminating public. Ebensburg, July 29, 1853. EGXER &. GREGG, WHOLESALE dealers in IFfre. and Liquars, which they are prepared to furnish cheap to merchants and hotel keepers. Warehouse 208, Market street, Philadelphia, Pa Feb. 2, 1853 ly. WOOL, Butter, and all kinds of Grain, taken in exchange for goods at J- MOORE'S STORE. C.'.SH willbe paid for 4000 or MOO pounds by HCGUE3 & WIlERay, 3ciIeT80, Pa. Daguerreotyplnsr. WOITOESFTTL IliPK0VEiE3!T TW AM! A never fading picture can now be got at the Blair G GORGE W. FISHER takes this method of in forming his numerous frionda thmiiffhnnt the county, that he has permanently located himself at uviuunyBuurg, wnere be is now prepared to furnish superior portraits to all that wish a eood picture. After a lone and serious time of rmrrlmpi.tinr. in the Art, he is now prepared to take the finest kind of pictures in all kinds of weather. A visit to his room and a trial is all that is asked, nis object is to please, and having the best light in the liorongn, ne leeis tnat no laimrc can be made. Pictures neatly colored and put in good csbcs, from 51,25 to $10. Children taken in the morn in.from 9 to 11, ia the short tpaoo of one second. Instruction given in tiie crt, embracing all the itnprovc-Lients, on the liiost reticourible terms. Ap arftus and fixtures fir L'.;r ucrrcotypintr furnished. Hollidayshurs. Sept. 9,'lJ 5'.-lf. Tlifs way for Gocd.andCljeaiwKoofls. t opened this woek nt the Lr:ck store v v of J. ?!ore, iu Ebensburg, a general assort ment of cloth. ciEsiiiiererf, tatiuetti, tweeds, un l a great v.iriciy f f summer goocN. Tc-cilior with any quantity of prints, del;:in, Uwii.s, cashmeres, gingham:;, lustres end cilicr dress goods. ALSO A LARGE and goo.l assortment of hardware, queensware, saddlery, clothing, stationary, drugs, &c, ic. Persons wanting boots and shoe?, bats r:dcap3 or ready made clothing, will find it to their advan tage to call at the. 35i I Ii Ktore. The subscriber, thankful for past favors, ear nestly requests his customers, and the public fed erally to nt lef.st till aud examine h:s Ktof l: : Mid if hecunuot suit every person in (jur.'.ity end prkc i; is not Lis fault. IVouuce and !ut5!?cr of r.li U'mds t -.k. tj in crchangc for goods; and Lo li,o takes CAEIf vrhen oi!'i.-re i. J. MOORE. Ei.ccsLur.T, April 23, 1851. T:e Grant;iSoase, Corner of Lt"a ad Grand sU. irituhnrg. T1IL sufcsoriher has ieasc-il the l;iio and well knov.-ii Hotel, (late L.ni:irt".ne IIous?,) at the corner of 4th and Grant sfi-ecls, l'ittsburg, which has been repaired and newly fitted up in nil its apartments so as to give a larger rr.d more liberal accommodation to travellers and boarders. His larder will te stocked v.ith the most choice brauds the markets can afford, and his Bar furnished with the best. He would respectfully solicit a share of pucuc patronage. Sept. 8, 1852. B. PERRY. St. CuarlesIIotel, Corner of Third and 'Wood Sts. TniS fine establishment, having corns into tho hands of a new Proprietor, offers great in ducements to the traveling community; .-ml also to regular boarders. Every delicacy o.inPluxury will be provided in it i so:: son ; and no pains will be spared to make this Hotel a comfortable home to all who may call there. V,' S. CAMPBELL, Proprietor. " Fittshurg, Sct. 8. 1S52. George Clam came, Wholesale & Retail Tin, Copper, and Sheet-Iron ware Manufacturer, and Dealer in tho fol lowing named Stoves : GLOBE Air Tight Cook, Portable Range. Flat Top Complete, Union Air Tight, Cooks Favor ite, Bare Cylinder, Delaware Cook, Bar-room, Key stone, or Independent, Harp cannon, New com plete, Hot Air Parlor, Victoria complete, Air Tight, Complete Cook, Union Coal Burner. Ebensburg, Sept 1,1852. Fashlonable.Clothin Emporium, Clinton St. Johnstown Fa. GREAT attraction at the corner of Clinton and Locust streets, opposite the Exchange Hotel nnd the M'Millen IIcjso, Johnstown, Cambria co., Pn.t where the subscribers have just received a hirpu an-l f.-.shionablo assortment of Fali scd V in ter Ready made CLOTHING. Nov. 4, 1852. JOSEPH CANS & CO. TRS. T7. HAY. W. 8. EDSOX. Hay & ESsojj. Whclssilo & Retail Tin, Copper, and Eheot-Iroa 7are llannfactnrers, and Scalers in tho fDl-lowing- named Siovea : COOK Stoves, Keystone, Nine Plate, Libert v, Parlor, Radiator j. Etna, Star Frr-kHn, '.Va il e Irons, Complete Cook, Sfnr Air-tight. C:-t iron Sinks. Ware Room on cancl St. one door below the collec-.crs office. Johnstown, Pa. July 14, 1852. -ft dVik BUSHELS good coal wanted at :Lis Of- lice, for which cash will be paid on dc- livery. Exhai?ge Hotel. Hcllid&yshurg, Elair Co., Pa. THE proprietor assures the public that no exer tions will be wanting on his part to render his house home-like to those who call will, him, and solicits a share of public patronage. GEO. TOTTS. . April 29, 1852. 40 BARRELS Conemaugh Salt for sale by J. MOORE. 50 BARRELS SALT just received at the Store of HUGHES & WULKBY, Jefferson, Pa. July 8. AFRESH arrivid of Boots, Shoes, Summer Hats, CV.p?, Fancy Gimp t.n 1 Florence Straw Bon nets, Fodder, GiT.i C.-.ps, Shot, Lead, &c, received tLis day su 1 fcr tiila at the cheat) stoic of June 2o, 1831. " 3. MOORE. 3 Eoaghorty, at WHOLESALE and retail dtT.ler3 in Tobacco, Smi.T and Cigars, warehouse at the South west comer of Third and Race streets, Philadel phia, l tt:.ly occupied by Lndwig, Kucedler L Co., Veep constantly ou hand a large and well selected t;tock of the most eelebrctod brand j of CrOLTIlxG TOEACCO, IMPORTED Cia-AE3, Domestic cigars, nnd Snuff, which they offer for sale on a3 favorable terms as any house in the city. Orders promptly attended to. August 5, 1S53 5-ly. John Parker. Jtme3 H. Parker JG52aT PARBLEU &. CO., "T'T'IIOLESALE Grocers, dealers in Flour and V ? Bacon, Foreign Wines and Brandies, Old Monongahcla and Rectified Wliishey. lio. 5, Commercial How, Libeity Street, Pa. August 19, 1853. ly. "IICHARD JOKLS respecfulJy informs the r.ub--u-A lie ilifit he is prepared to furnish nil kiiiCs of Tomb Stones, of Italian nnd American iJavhlo, man ufactured in the latest style, and lettered according to nny directions. His yard is situated at the south part of the town, where a large assortment of articles in his lino are alwnys kept on hand. From long experience he feels confident be can please all tastes, and be therefore hopes to be pat ronized by a generous public. June 17, 1853. JA3ICS EUSTON. J. M. BOWS. Rou e & Euston. Ill North Third Street below Race Philadelphia Maxcfacttkebs asd Wholesale Dealebs ih Corn Brooms, Looking Glasses, Cordage Painted Buckets, Clocks, Willow Buckets, Window Shades, Cedar Ware, Bristle Brushes Wick Twine, Matches, Blackins. Wood and Willow Ware of all kinds, at the ilanufac lurcrs towesicasn prut. Jan. 'A It. WH1TMOBE, C. H. WOLFF, II. JOKES, GEO. f. SJF. Wnltniore, Wolir, & Co., Importers and Dealers in Hardware, Sign of the Anvils, No. 50 Wood st, thrtt door above the St. Charles Hold, Pittsburgh I' a. TAKE this method of informing customers end Dealers that they are now in receipt of their Fall Supply which has been selected with great care from the Manufactories of Europe and the Eas tern State. Our stock comprises a much larger assortment than is generally kept by similar -establishments, and is particularly adapted to the Country Trade. Having 6uptrior facilities for procuring goods it is vitheut hesitation that vie defy competition from any quarter. V.'c are now reo.riviitg Birmingham and Sheffield Manufacturca, purchased and forwarded by one of the J a-.u, who L.-.3 been Fpending soma months in Englu-id and Germany, utid who will continue to keep us supplied v.ith Foreign llardward bought from first l.and.j or.ly. Western Merchants nre respectfully invited to an exam'mrtioii of our Kt-jck and prices previous to go ing tur'.ht-r EustTrnrd. Among our assortment may be 'otiiid tin fl:-wir.jr: :521 t'oz. Kiuvesnnd i'orks, 1100 doz. Chisils, 3111 " pt n k. lives 35 cases planes, loOo ' tcI.--ff-i-3 & bhcer3 3200 doz. files & Rasps 210 ' rasors in ca.scs 217 gun locks 50 " silver plated lead table Spoons, 250 ' German silver " " " 350 " bhovcis aud spades 350 " gross Britania 217 " hay and manuro forks, 150 ' Saws 75 tenncnt saws 15 bales Deer's Lair. 10" Mi'l id ft and cross cutt saws 17.'0 doz knobs, lucks ana latcneu 4200 " pair trace chains 2000 " pad chest locks -100 ' halter and dog chains, bellows, anvils, vices, log nud coil chains, cast, sheer and Blister 150 dc ar.t, best brands, &o. .-at!c2Jerj- ISardvrare. V.'e r:ro continuing to make large addition to this branch of our business. Sept. 2, 1S53. A. r'ev Arrival cfWattlies and Jeiv elry. On the corner of Clinton and Locust SU. rjriiJE undersigned respectfully invites the Ladies -EL and Gentlemen to call and see his new and splendid stock of Watches and Jewelry, which he has just received from Germany ; warranted to be solid and pure, nnd for style and finish it cannot be surpassed. He has also received a large assort ment of Jewelry from the Eastern cities, viz : Gold hunting case watches from 75 to 100 " Patent Lever " 35 to 80 " Ladies anchor lever and Lepine, SO to 45 Silver patent lever and hunting case watches from 15 to 20 " Anchor Levers do, from 12 to 18 " Lcpincs do, 10 to 14 " Quartiers do, 5 to 12 Gold miniature cases, Ladies Gold Bracelets and ofclesses, har-nnes, Gold Guard, Vest and Fob chains, Gold chains lor Ladies, Fiurer rinsrs. Gold hiid Silver Pens and Pencils, Silver Spoons, Silver iuni-ijles, fctcel, German and Silver Spectacles Port Mouaits, Pen Knives, Silver chains, &c, &c. All of tho above articles are warranted to be of the best material, and will be sold very low for cash. ciock ana iiaicii impairing. He hns the best workmen in the country in his employ, ana uli wort entrusted to L:m will be promptly attended to. Thankful for past favors he solicits a continuance of the same, aad is confident he can give satisfac tion to all who may give him a call. GEORGE P. LUCKHART. Johnstown, April 15, 1853. 5CCO Dollars Reward. Crctt icllciucutln Wales! JJ.EO. J. RODGERS has just received from the v cities of Philadelphia and New York and ini meuse stock of New Goods, and new offers to his old as well oa new customers the J.nri;. ,', C'.( -nt and L,.-t assortment of l-!tl;vv L'.!ii:i: OCOI.VS ev.-r ' r-.i.u- t to tl,e i::.,j.urj: usiL:. His St".;. ci.US.-.s of tv.'i-y t:;ri. ;v 1,1 ;;r - i;..oi;? Ouecn-sire, Lurd. .ie, Cr? .r V. :.re. i--., tK oi wlIcL have i-'-l v ha :. i?x to t'-Tcus i-.'.sloraer.-s i:i i;r.:.isii ths W:.l:!l ox Lis nuv p.nl price. Gents Y.'cur. EhiP, V.ic!:, br .vra and LroaJ cloths, plain and l.mcy casimei--:, tweeds, sti'r.mer clot'i, lineus, bill s, sutiu, alcu-wla and tnarticilis vesiin-t- ll-a.". Clips, E.oN. Sh.-.cp, f;c. L.'tr.e.,' Ireland I'an.-y G.'.t.di; Prints, mona ! lalns. giigb.;Tas, l;ilivs sm.l I'r.nry tf.l.,ro 1 bii!... iK.binet, bin s end edging, j.trkouetis, ribbons, fan cy .ilk ElliipS, A.O. Hardware, cutlery, nnd tools of various kinds. Queens-ware, conslttiug of maty new and splen did patterns. Grocc-ii-'.s consisting of coffees, sugir, tea, fish, epicc, salt ic. iiiT All kinds of country produce tahen in ex change lor good3 Also Lumber, Wool, .tc. GEO. J. RODCFRS. May 20, 1S53. Looli. out Tor the Loccciotlve X Cash and Prcduco Store I rGS & tTIIEKRT, A E at their Store, ia Jefferson, a few dnnra East of G. L. Lloyd & co.'s store a larc-e nnd entiro new assortment of Spring & Summer Goods, which they just received from tho Eastern cities, consisting, in part, of the following articles. LADIES DRESS GOODS, Silks, Barges, Mous lin de Laines, Lawns, &c, &c. Also, Cloths, Sati netts, Tweeds, Drillings, &c. Ready Made Clothing, of all kinds and very best quality. Give it a trial. Hardware, Queens ware, end Stoneware, of every variety comprising a large assortment. STOVES, of every decription, always on hand and warranted. We flatter ourselves tfcat we can cell Stoves lower than any establishment in Cam bria, county, and bting locuted on the Rail Road we can i:1v. aji tccure supply. Groceries, Cuch cs coffee, Biigr.r, rice, molasses, tea, vinegar, liusceJ oil, sperm oil, tobacco, fish, salt, syrup, and every article ncccssauy to supply this innrket. The public is solicited to call and examine our stock, an we are confident it will admit of inspec tion. All kids of produce taken iu exchange- for goods. Lumber bought at the highest market pri- cos. May 17, 1853. Tailoring. THE undersigned informs his customers that the firm of Beynon & Johnston is dissolved by mutual consent, and that the subscriber etill con tinues the business in the room recently occupied by tho old firm, where he will be happy to see his former patrons nnd as many new ones as please to call. He receives regularly from New York and Philadelphia the Litest fashions and cannot be beat en cither ia the shape or fit of Coats, Punts or Vests, by any othor Tailor in the country. He l espccti'u'ly ask the public to give him a call, and confident his work will recommend itself. jU?" All kinds of country produce taken in ex- cuanp-e lor work. LEWIS BFVKfiV April 20, 1852.-tf. - - , EzeUiel ISuglies, Ebensburg, Pa. DEALER in staple and fancy dry goods gro ceries, wholesale and retail fish ; hardware and cuttlery; guns, nails, bar-iron, sheet-iron shcct iinc, stoves of all kinds, stove-pines and sheet-iron ware, tin ware, copper and brass ket tles, &c. Grain, wool, butter and other country produce bought and sold. Also, A dealer in white pine, poplar, ash and cherry lumber; lumber always bought, and a large quan tity constantly on hand for sale. Cash always paid for lumber cct to order or such as suits the present demand of the market. A large lot of new goods as embraced in th above list justreceived and a ore opiung for sale t the lowest market price. A m Volume of the 6CIEXT1FIC AMERICAJT. Is commenced about the 80th September, year, n&J is tbe best paper for Mechanics sad 1 ventora published in the world. Each volume contains 418 pare of most valua ble reading matter, and Is Illustrated with ever Us, MECHANICAL ENOBA VINOS of tv Iamil tione. The SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN is a Weekly jftajL nal of the Arts, Sciences, and Mechanics, kaviLa for its object the advancement of the intereiu Mechanics, Maouacturera and Inventors. Each number is illustrated with from flv Utea .ORIGUVAJ. ESGBATISOS of new mechanical inventions, nearly all of ILh inventions which are patented st Washington VeLr illustrated in the Scientific American. It alee con tains a weekly list of American patents; notion if the progress of all mechanical aud soieatiBo la. provement6; practical directions "on the construe tion, management, and U6e of all kinds of ttfcclda. ery, tools, &o. 4 c. It is printed with new type on beautiful pp and being adapted to binding, the fubeorihvr st possessed, at the end of the year, of a larfe volcaa. of 41 C pages illustrated 'with upwards of 0U as chanical engravings. The Scientific American is the Eepertory eFsW ent Inventions ; a volume, each complete La itself forms an Encyclopedia of the useful and entertain, ing. Tha Patent claims alone are worth tea Cjl the subscription price to every inventor. TERMS 1 TERMS 1 1 TEEJtfl 111 One copy, for One Year Six Month Fivo copies, for bix Month Ten copies for " One year Fifteen copies " n ti& $22 Twenty copies ?28 Southern and Yestern monev takes at rr f Subscriptions, or Pobt Office Stamps takea at CtJ par value. Letters should ba directed (post-paid) to MUNN&CO. 123 Fulton etreet,Kew Jsnuary C. 1S51, Jefferson, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, JOHX BllAVLET, Proprietor. THE Proprietor of this new Hotel would res pectfully inform the public that he hat it now open, and ready for the accommodation of guests. No pains or expense has been spared ia the furnishing and arranging of this House ; tad the building itself being new, commodious sad convenient, it will be found a pleasant place of t jouru for travellers and boarders. HIS BAR will at all times be supplied with the best of Wines and Liquors, aad HIS TABLE will contain every delicacy the Market can afford. Th beds are new and good, and (he health, ease a&4 comfort of his guests will be untiringly studied. . BOARDERS will be taken by the week on rea sonable terms. An attentive Ostler will always be La atten dance, and the stabling will be found good. Nov. 18, 1853. XICIiOLSO LAXDS. CATJTIOJT TO PURCHASE!. TILE title to all lands formerly the property of John Nicholson or of Morris and Nicholsom, within the bounds of Cambria and Indiana coon ties, as well as a portion of said lands, situate ia Clearfield county, being rested in the heirs of tho late James C Fisher, and from whom only a le gal title can be obtained to any of Eajd lands. All persons are therefore) cautioned against par chasing a title to any of said lands, from cersona having or pretending to Lave an agency from tha heirs of Nicholson. Every information regardir w- aa., mT be o'.uined tv application to the sub--rlb-r E. SHOEMAKER. Atl.,ifiifor the E.r'rs of J. C. Fisher, dee'd. EA5.VA1-S IlOt'SE, formerly a T7&..:..7r;a ;ictbl, Allegheny Sttea y.eai ice Z-mmo&d, THE ubribir respectfully informs his Meeds ns.d the public generally that he has taken th above oM e.-f-Mished stand and entirely refitted end r u;.i-ed it In such a manner as to render It ecoud to no uotvl in the cwuntry. The Barhsa been iu?wly Mocked with the bet Wines, Liquora, and Scg.tr3 that could be purchased, and the Tabla will nt all times be supplied with the best the kU- nei anords. The ItESTAURANT attached will at all tinea contain all the delicacies thtt can be rrumrtd. whif h will be served up at all hours, cn bhort no tice. He respectfully asks tha imblin to ritt bim a trial, fully assured that he cat. render satlsfctlesw Dec. 9, 1853. Pennsylvania Rail Road. FROM and after this date Passengers taking seats in the cars without tickata t attina where there is a ticket office, will be chargsd tea cents extra. w. w. ivrmv , . . Agent Penn. &. &. Ck Summit, July 23, 1853 89. Adams &, Co's Express. "Vrx-ILL , forward all packages ef goods or money, v daily, except Sundav. to H thm rrinrir&! cities in the Union, and aU towns on the Rail Rosd between Philadelphia and Pittsburg. Drafts ool lected from California. Drafts sold on Ireland, Lngland or Scotland, from XI upwards. Jiot inf drafts must be par. z Bummit, July 28, 1853 89. O. HAIXOWIDL, I. HELM, a. OrrxuDXlMEB. k m. PREKS. R. P. Tliompson, irltn CIIAS. MALLOWKLL S. COl UrnOLESALB HatandCapManufact. JTnrt. II straw Goods and Hattpm' Trimmim, c. i Market Street, rhUadelpLia. vuc.,v, looiS. JA3IES BELL, SUMMIT, CAMBBJA CO.. PA.. HAS the pleasure of announcing to aS wa would secure the best barralna i . . In this county, that he is again ia the flel 1 with one oi tne largest, cheapest, asd most carefuUT se lected stocks of ' Fail and Winter CaaA t Kver brought to Camhrin onnn. -n have beeu purchased within the list few days in 1 h.ladclphia and New York, with particular r-gard to the wants of this Market. 1 again fling n. ban ner to the breeze, inscribed with my oldmot of t ,Qtti,ck- Sae' SnU Profits. I confidently mvite the attention of purchasers ' my btock. whifb w;u k r , ii to large, varied ar.d Rttruot;v v.: j-..m plete in every department. Everything new, fash ionable and desirable will be found embraced la my assortment. Particular attention Li solicited to new and beautiful styles of LADLES' DRESS GOODS. which I have just received of late importation. In Genu' wear I defy competion, and confidently inyite an examination of one of the largest,cheap est and best selected stocks of ready-made clothink. cloths, cassimeres, &c, ever brought to Cambria county ; comprising all colors and qualities, which I wiU sell cheap and warrant to give Satisfaction. Also, caps, bonnets, BOOTS AND SHOES. of the best qualities and latest styles, tctfethej with queensware, hardware, groceries, salt, books BThe highest market price paid tot all kind Produce. j , aav of November 11, 1862. 4 12000$