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Arrival of tlie ocean Quceii. Ptsfuruancc at lunis ike Jews Assailed by the Moors iseveral Christians Wounded New i ork, Uctober, 1:4. The steamship r T r m . Ocean yucen, iroui xtavre ana Southampton has arriveu. one Dnngs dates Iroai Liver pool to the 13th iast., one day later than re eived by Anglo Saxon, off Father Point. xuo amp ;t;wci,t ui new vriean8, was wrecked off the Edystone Light House oc the 11th inst Kobert Stephenson, the eminent Rrailroad Eogiueer, is dead. Austria has refused to diminished the amount of the debt of Lombardy duo to Sar dinia. France and Piedmont propose to sub mit the Point to arbitration. ltally. Numerous arrests had been made at Parma, and the principal authors of, and aacompltces in the murder of Anviti (officer ot toerii-i-'UKej were in me nanda of justice. Thecit' had become tranquil, and the disar ming of the populace had been ordered. It was surrounded by 3Iodenese and Tuscan troops. T rcdanv.it iono of Garribaldi.--G en. Gar ibaldi had issued a proclamation to the Army of ltally. lie thus addresses them: "Soldiers: The hour of a new struggle ap proaches! The enemy in threatening, and . will perhaps attack us before many days are over. 'In addressing my old companions of Lom bardy. I know I am not speaking to deaf men aoJ tiiat it is enough to tell them that we are filing to fight the enemy of ltally. I shall look to see you then form in ranks. "Dated IMogna. October 5th." The Pope was to have an interview with the King ot A spies at Castal Gmidolfo. where he will prolong his stay on account of the agi tatiou reigning at home. After his departure from Rome a demon stration took ptace in honor of the Sardinian Ambassador. A crowd of visitors, estimated at ten thousand, left their cards at the Am bassador's residence. Tha French gendar mes preserved order, but the effect of the de monstration was profound. The Ambassador was to leave on the 10th when another silent demonstration was expected. The Zurich Conference. A Zurich des patch of the 11th says the conference do not draw to a close. Austria si ill refuses to diminish the amouut of tbedt bt of Lombardy to be borne by Sar dinia. The demands of Austria are not only resisted by Sardinia, but do not receive the support of France, who has proposed to sub mit the disputed point to the arbitration of another power. No answer had yet been re ceived to this proposition. The French Government wishes the ar rears of tne ponsious of the Monte Nanolnn and all the iudemnity for the cost of the late war, to be included m the settlement of the debt which will have to be paid by Austria aul Piedmont. France The Emperor was expected Paris on Wednesday night at ..... ' j me ouuaii arriveu at Alex andria, oearing an order in the icerov of fcgjpt to oppose the c-ntiuuation of the works ou the bu.z Canal. The foreign Consul v. i : . i i . . nau luuuruiaicijr assembled to take action ou the matter. Spain. Letters from Madrid state that live l.wperor of .Morocco had ratified the ar-raugi-un'ot concerning the frontier line of Mel ira, and expressed his readiness to give Spain all thepatisfaction she demands. Turkey Additional discoveries have been maJe at Constantinople concerning the re ceut conspiracy for the assasiuation of the Sultan. It i3 asserted that incendiary ma chines have been discovered, which were des tined to burn the European pirt of the towu. TLe Grand Vizier had tendered his resig nation but it was refused. It was evident, however that the desolutiou of Ministry was inevitable. rum'. On tho occasion of the obsequies of tha late IJev of T urns tW M tWJews. and wounded a few Christians. JlJl c? aio wounuea a M mister of the new liey iiiv icauut?. wnn uis escort MfiKingau.i Killing mnnv on the f-pot, and cousins thirty of the Musselmen to be arrest ed Tranquility finally prevailed tanner of .Michigan, rnlsprl J'" i3 bushel ot potatoes on A acres of ground. SPECIAL XOTICES. !T7"Even TnosE who are in the enjovment of perfect health frequently have need to have re course to tonics as preventives of isease. We are never too well armored against the assaults f "the ills that flesh is heir too." Such an in vi':irator they may find in HOSTETTKll'S IilT TF.11S a medicine that cannot be taken rcm brly without giving vitality and elasticity to the lystem. At this season, particularly, the stron gest man is not proof against the malaria, in cer tain sect-ons of the country. In all cases of fever i:id aue. the Bitters is more potent than any ..... " uro inosi oangerous ces ot t.Hlious lever yield to its wonderful prorw -.vo. iuuac iiv nave irmi me me;icine will never u-e another, for any of the ailment which the Ui-stetter Bitters profess to subdue. To inose who have not made the experiment, w cordially recommend an early application to tl we wttirs, whenever they are stricken by diseases ;e JM by druggists and dealers generally everv- v- -u.ci ukiucui iu anotner col amn. J"C,R7AT Fkale Medicine Femal les who Z eiUtl B,houM never be without these Pills tha I LZ: Z b a. "Uml:'er of F'sicians, ::,., u , va,;,e lliem- ?hy -k 'V?V" "uopinw to hundreeis of fe --w n.uj wunout tnem would have been in IS' Ty purify the blood, remove kS i LniP.V:e the 6kin dutiful, clear he Pin. T e i'nS appearance. A box of tain Per dr v MlC&l comPann at cer- ?S?5,til ZT rn-e touthbo be taken cc JionaV when MW 51tined- A few healthy I'mnin Wl" keeP the 8em rticnt of . Dr. ta ra.f", S . . . t he advertiser havinrr restored to health' man 03- a few weeks, bv a al -."y. fter having snfTer'.; in seise. ,aecHo ami tnat . onsumntuin ; . , lao to W r.i l m'is anxious to make To whTn' ' : '" ""'rers the means of cure. 10 .."' Prenarmion nS.char!7e), with dircc n.P a,nDS an1 Us,nK the 6ame. which DroZiLr f' Consumption, yrln?; Theon,y. of the tllIBili A . Prescription is to lne- ""'A KVPW ery sff,rer will I Oct. 2, 1859.-18-81. ''thn win ulrlnZ- Persons w ne r OKT feT f .KV- EDWARD A ' "iiamsburgh, Kings Co , N. Y. The undersigned have just received, and are now offerim? THE LARGEST! i and most varied stock of FRESH GROCERIES ever brought to THIS MARKET! connection with the above, the; are constantly supplied with CHOICE BRANDS of the various grades of ALSO BACON. CHEESE, Whale, Tanner's & Lard Oils, MESS PORK, Together with all kinds of In Fitfsburg Manufactured Ai tides, cf which will be sold LOW VCirt au ci winch will be sold LOW PD11 C!cit ine .Merchants ot this place are invited tail before purchasing elsewhere. Attu .n,i ' . V. t.tu NM. M. GORMLY S- CO. . l i,ii.erty Street, opposite Ea-rle Hotel Oct. 2i, 185'J.-tf. mrir P; LIST OF CAUSES, CJET a, own for trial at a Court. K-7 Pleas to be held at Ebensbur. for Cambria county, commencing on the first MOND-VY nf M'Kenzie, vs M'Gonile, va Penna. Ii. II. Co., vs Ashcraft, vs IVnell, Quiik. Adams, Same. Little StilLsell & Porter Fronheiser, Fro.iheiser M'Goi.igle's use, Dougherty, Storm, vs ()fer. vs Whites, vs White, vs Oram, vs Tiley, vs M'H.igh, vs OeoriTC. JOSEPH M'DONALD, ProtV. Protii'ys office, Ebensburg, Oct. 22, 1859. NEW GOODIE "TO tM'l C 1? 4 XT vt r.-T - . 1 . ... - Al 'OJ uuouilhun. having just re- turned from the Eastern Oit ies, is now opening a new and splendid stock of FALL and WINTER GOODS, consist-1 tier in 1 rt ,.f iw. r 1 I - O Jk IUU owin artick-s: FANCY DilY-GOOnS.nONNETS C VPS HEAD DRESSES. FLOWERS IN REATHS AND IJUNCIIKS Tnnr MINGS, RIIII.ONS. &c. all of which she offers u.i,4Mr casn. i.onuets. Caps, &c. made to onu-r on snort notice. She respectfully iiwites iM iuiies to ivc her a call, as she can sell them Goods much cheaper than any other Store in town. She also keeps on hand a good assort ment of Cigirs. Euem,burg, Oct. 20, 1859. 48-St. AUDITORS NOTICE. THE midersisned. having 1 .. ditor by the Orphan's Cm t oi Cambria County, to make cistnla tion of the balanee in l...l. of William Kittc-11. Trustee for fhe sale of the real estate of William Hudson, dee'd., anion the parties entitle 1 thereto. Hereby gives notice that he xm 1 attend to the unties of said appoint ment at his ofii.-e in ElH-il.i.rrr .u. "pi ij.miii.t) me l.Kli day of November next, atone o'clock P. M, IA I 1 f Ti OH.I 1L-l.A..n l I . ... " . . .............. an htnhik in'eresieii may at- tend. JOHN S. RHEY. Auditor. October JO, 18o9.-4S-4w. DR. HAMPTON'S COHI'OriD D3UUETIC PILLS, are highly recommended bv eminent Pl.vKin? .n. as a s.ife, certain, sjiee.li and jtermanent cure for oiMMiirw ami an otner diseases or ue- ranen.ont ot t!ie l.I iddor and ki driex-s. Tr; h cents per W.Sent to a;iy address free on ;eipt of prii e. Address D R. J. T. II A M PTO N & CO. Xo. 405 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. Aho, Proprietors and Manufacturers if Dr. JItmplon's Anti-Itheumalic Mixture, " '' Medicated Cough Syrup, The Great Desideratum or Hair Restorer. August 24, 1859. 3m. EAST AVENUE NURSERY ROCHESTER, 3VEW lORK, W. IU H0YT & Co . PROPRIETORS. "7IKUIT, ORNAMENTAL & SHADE TR JX- ot all kinds, and varieties, promptly fur nished to order. V. Braniff. of Loretto, will at- M-na io saies in tins county. Orders addressed to mm win receive prompt attention. C. MERUIT, General Agent. October 19. 1850.-tf. WAR m CHINA. ARRIVAL OF TUB GREAT EASTERN. D. J. EVANS &l SON T757 0ULD respectfully announce to the citi v zens of Ebensburg, and mankind gener ally, mat we nave just received at the old stand, of D. J. Evans, two doors East of E. SI & Sous' Store, the largest and best assortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING ever brought to this place. Also, a large lot of DRT-G00D8, SUCH AS SATINS. VELVETS, CLO THS, CASSLMERES, DOE SKINS. SATIN ETTS. TWEEDS. .IK AX'S TTni T ' k ' T r . Tri.'T ii . . . ....... ' AND BLEACHED MUSLINS. DRESS GOODS, OF EVERY STYLE. isOl IONS, a large assorvment of BOOTS AND SHOES. HATS AND CAPS, BONNETS, TRUNKS, CARPET SACKS, STATIONARY. GROCERIES, -HARDWARE. and such other Notions as is usually kept in a Country Store, which they will dispose of lower tne lowest lor OAS II or Country Produce. The Tailoring Business will be carried on not-s- all its branches, all work will boflonein short notice and on the most reasonable terms. Ebensburg, October 19, 1859.-tf. BULS. N. O. & WHITE SUGARS, 5 Bbls. N. 0. Molasses 6 Golden Svrup, Fora-ilaby E. HUGHES. July 13, 1869. R. S. BUffN, M. D. rtr..utu-) uia rr.oi ESSIONAL Services to X the citizens of Ebensburg. Office in Dru "l Jie " 'i'fe'P street, opposite Thompson's Ho tel. Eteasburg, May, j,-1850.-2i-Iy. ber I- FMIClT COLLEGE fl. BOYS Under the charge or the Francis can lirotherw. rilHIQ institution, situated in Lorett, Cambria A county, Pa., about four miles from Cresson btation, on the direct route between Philadelphia aid Httsburg. has been lately chartered, with privileges to confer collegiate honors aad degrees. TEJIMS. The annual pension for board and tuition, payable half yearly in advance, $100 00 asnmg ana use ot bedding, per annum, 10 00 Pupils remaining at the Colie-ze during vaca- t lion will pay an extra charge of 15 00 liie Classics andjnolern Languages form an extra charge of q qq Xo allowance for occasional absence, unless in case of sickness. Tostage of letters, books and stationary, if not furnished by parents or guardiius, will form an extra charge, as will also medical attendance. ror turtlier particulars apply to the Superior of the College. iieierencev may be made to the lit. lie v. Dr. O Connor, llev. W. Pollard. Loretto. or to any of the Rev. Clergy in the neighborhood of the institution. Loretto, August 31, 1859. -3m.1 PUBLIC SALE. "P Y VIRTUE OF AN ORDER ISSUED OUT JLJ of the Court of Common Pleas of Cambria oounty, the undersigned Committee of Marsrret oassuiy. a Lunatic, wih sell at Public Sale, at the Court House iu the Borough of Ebenshur", on SATURDAY, the 19th day of NOVEMBER nt ai one o ciocii, r. M., the following Renl Estute of said Lunatic to wit: A piece or parcel of land situate in Munster anu b'Z percees and allowance, it beino; allotment No. 1. of the real estate of James M'Hugh dee'd bounded and described as follows to wit: Be i - W -v.w ginning at a post, thence bv land of Willi G.ilbrauh. North 21 degrees West 80 perches to a post, thence North 88 degrees West 44 perches io s,une, tnence oy land of Christian Morton, South 75 perches to a post, thence South S8 de grees East 72 perches to the place of beginning, the same being part of a tract of laud warranted to George Hammond. TERMS OF SALE. One half of the purchase money to be paid on confirmation of sale, and the balance in one year thereafter, with interest, to lie secured by the Judgment Bond of the pur chaser. - GEO. C. K. ZAIIM, Oct. 26, l859.-48-4t Committee, &c. VALUABLE TANNERY FOR SALE. THE undeisijrned offers for salo the QUITMAN TANNERY, situate about three miles West of Ebensburg, and about 9 miles by Plank Road and Turnpike from the Pennsylvania Rail Road. A B-anch Rail Road will shortly be corstructed to Ebensburg. The establishment is one of the largest in the State, and is now in successful on- I eration. Ihe main building is 140 by 40 and wing C6 by 20 and the whole two stories hi"h. A new ENGINE and BOILERS erected last summer and now in good order. There are all the necessary outbuildings on the premises, and dwelling Houses for the Proprietor, Foreman and hands. Also a Blacksmith Shop. There is also an excellent Saw Mill in connection with the factory. There are about 700 acres of land well timoered. which will be sold in connection with the Tannery. About 400 cords of B irk now on hands, Hemlock can bo purchased at $2,50 and Oak at $4.50 per cord, delivered. The property will be old low and on easy terms. For further particulars address C. P. MURRAY, o . , r Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Pa. Sept. 21, 1859. 44-tf. NOTICE. The undersigned has this day, (October 13th "- l'urcnaseci irom John Stevens, two Bav wares and one sucking Colt, which I Live left ... ,...; oi Maiu ocever.s. l Hereby notify all npr. sons not to medd.e with said proper'y, as it be- r, J01IN BUCK. Carn.lltown, Oct. 19, 1859. 47-3t. SADDLERY! SADDLERY! THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully inform the citizens of Ebensburs and surronr.dino- country, tnat he has opened a Saddler's shop, in the batement of his dwelling b ())lSf nil Tl.irnn.. direct, wnere ne is prepared to furnish to order " ine mosi reasonable terms, every description of S.iddlcs, Bridles, and Harness &c. Having many years' experience in the busi iiei, employing none but tho het TC,irm and using the best material upon all his work, he hopes to mcrnt and receive a liberal share of the puuiic patronage. jountry preuuee at all timpa fal-mi In T.ln. lor work, and the hignest market prices allowed T , JAMES MAGUIRt. f.bcnsburg, Sept., 14, 1859.-tf. OYSTERS! OYSTERS ! ! AT A. BLAINS SAL00CT WOULD respectfully infurm the citizens of Ebensburg and vi-vL ciuuy tnat he has opened an Oyster oiuon, mreeuoors east of tl a ir...i and is prej)ared to accommodate the public in a superior manner. He has made arrangements to set uis uysters direct from tha Eastern markets and will supply families by the can or dozen at me (.-uuapesi r.lie. lilVR hirr. a .ull He still continues to practice the Tnnsnriai art at his shop in the room adinlnli.rr iA S..1. J VJOWi August 31, 1859.-tf. SPECIAL, A.WVOU'CEJIEVT FROM THE QUAKER CITY PUBLISHING HOUSE! 100.000 Catalogues, V IT T? TVTlTn . ....Aiiutu A.IIKEHSISU SOW REAnV VOn DISTUIBCTI0N. buverior Inducement fn th I UOtiC. C7" A new and sure nlan of obtaininr ci,.ia ..... --- and Silver WATCHES, and oher valuable Pri . I' nil particulars sriven in CatAWm.s ! iu - c O w " utvii will bo sent free to all upon application. Valuable Gifts, worth from SO rts. tn tion GUARANTEED to each purchaser, .tinn ono have been distributed to my patrons within' the past six months 11 G0.000 to be distributed during tl,e next six mouths. The inducements offered Azents are morn bh- cral than those cf any other house in the busi- Ilavinjr been in the Publislii nc an.1 Tlruil.-cal ling business for the last ehzht vears. mv fimr. icnce enables rne to conduct the Gift Enterprize im ;rciiei, s.ltlftl iciion to all. D-7"A GENTS WANTED in everv Town and County. lor full particulars address DTI AXE l?TTr ISON, Quaker aty Publish! Third Street, rhiladolnbi.i. Ki &pt. 21, 1859 i mo. . LUMBER. PINE POPLAR CHERRY AND ASH LUM- bousht and sold by E. TTI7GTIP!.? June 23th 1 859. tf. V " , $40,00 Pays for a full course in the Iron City Collet the largest, most extensively patronized and bSsi organized-Commercial School in the United v' a . Tour Large Hails, For Writing. Commercial Calculations, Book Iveeping and Lectures. . ,00 Ufual time to complete a full course, from 6 to w Weeks Every Student, upon graduating w guaranteed to . IS competent to manage the Kxks of any Business, and qualified to earn a salary from. o' $500 to $1000 .. ajr ume jio acation review at pleasure .U'lKST PRExMlUMS FOR REST WPmvn ...ucu mi is insiuution. me bet and greatest variety of Penmanship in any one Hall of the Union, is found here. , Ministers' Sons received at half price. : i-r l or Circular and Specimens of Writing, inclose two letter stamps, and address, F. W. JENKINS, Pittsburg. Pa. - Aug., 24, 1 859. Aug. 11, 1 858,-2y. . Iu tue Orphans Court of Cambria County. . Cambria Counlii ss: - - - . .... 'PK O . . . . , wiuuumweaiin oi j'enn- sylvama, to Miry Croyle, residing in Wisconsin, Susan Croyle residing in Ohio, William Reynolds residing in Illinois, Cathriue ReynohU. married to m. Shatter, residing in Illinois, and Abraham Reynolds residing in Westmoreland county, Pa Heirs affd legal representatives of Thomas Croyle late of Cambria county, dee'd. You and each of you are hereby cited to be and appear lefofe the Judges of the Orphans Court, to.be held, at Ebensburg, on the first JMonday of December next, then and there to ac cept or refuse to take the Real Estate of Thomas Croyle dec d, sHuate in Croyle township, in said county, which has been divided and appraised by the Inquest duly awarded by the said Court and returned by the Sheriff of said couuty, on me. otn uay ot beptember inst. as follows: P rt No. 1. valued and appraised at $1130 00- n r- purpart No. 2. at $75,00; purpart No. 3. at $1365",00; and purpart No. 4. 2941.93, or at the same time and place show cause why the same should not be sold. Witness the Hon. George Tavlor. Preidnt our said ;Court at Ebensburg, the 14th day of ' v ' . ' ' M. IIASSON Cl'k. O. C. ' ' Attest 1 Sheriff's. Office, . , R. r. LINTON Sheriff. Ebensburg, Sept. 28, 1859. Ct. BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! ! NEW GROCERY STORE. FMHE undersigned would respectfully be" eave to miorm the citizens of Ebensburg and vi ciuity; that he has just received, at his store room.-one door West of Davis & Lloyd's Store a large and fresh .lot of Groceries, which he of-' fors for sale cheap for Cash or country Produce, his stock . 3onsists in part of the following arti cles vizi SUGAR. COFFEE, TEA. MOLASSES. TOBACCO, SEGARS, CHEESE, FISH. BACON. AND THE BEST OF FLOUR AND CORN MEAL He also keeps on hand a large ami weU selected Stock of School Books aud Stationary, Notions &c , all-very cheap. He hopes by st act attention to business to merit and. receive a full share of nublie i.atr.m. age, asdie feels satisfil bis stock is good and he wi sell as cheap as any other house in town Call and see. V: EVAN E. EVANS. Ebensburg, Aug. IT, 1859. tf. GOAL! COAL!! The subscriber is now prepared to deliver Coal to the citizens of this place on the shortest notice. I ersous wishing UU can leave their orders at rny Grocery Stole and they will be attended to immediately. EVAN E. EVANS. September 2S, 18o9. I OUIS LUCKIIARDT, WATCH MAKER. JU AND DEALER IN CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY. THE undersigned resDectfull bgs leave to inform the cit- h3s of Johnstown and vicinitv hat ;Iie has just received andisnow opening the largest stock of Clocks Watches, and Jewelry,et:T brought to jonnstown without ex cepting, which will be sold " cheaner than the cneapest." His prices will always be uniform Une etistomer will not be charsred more for the ame quality of ;Kds than another. A List of some of the articles comprised in the assortment? io annexeu, jt'rices may be ascertained, and goods examined, at the Store on Main Street. uold lluntiug English Lovers, Gold Detached Levers, ful iewelled, Gold Lepines. 4 holes Silver English Levers, Silver Detached Levers, Silver Lepines, Gold Guard Chains, Gold Vest Chains, Gold Pencils, with Pens, Gold Pencil, Gold Medallions, Silver Extension Pencils and Pens, Gold Breastpins, Ladies and Gentlemen, Gold Eardrops, Gold Earrings, Gold Finger Rings, Gold Cutf-Pins, Gold and Silver Watc Keys, portmonaics, Ladies' Fans, fancy and plain, Silver Tablespoons, Silver Teaspoons, Silver Thimbles Plated Tablespoons, best, riated leaspoous ' Silver Gbard Chains, Plated and Brittauia Tea Setts, Violins and Bows, Violin Strings, &c, Colt's and Allen's Revolvers, G inches, Gold Bracelets, Accordeons, Silver and Plated Spectacles, &c, etc., &c. CcKAiX sorts of Watches. Clocks and .Ipwplrt repaired with promptness and atlo dent that be cannot be undersold, the undersiri respettt'ully solicits the confidenes n,l ,wtmL. of the public. LOUIS LUCK II ARDT Mayl4,-1856. 29-tf. Jan. 6. 1850. ASIC.4DE IIOTSL. Kbemhnr , UENRY FOSTER. PuopKiEToa THIS HOTEL, FORMERLY KNOWN AS the "Ebensburs House." is one of th r.l.i. est and bes stands in the borough of Ebensbur" tor th accommodation of the traveling communi ty. Th6'PrprHitor assnrp nil wK k .i:.. -.. .... ...i.jr v.c tia- posed to patronize him that his TART .I! will a supplied with all the luxuries of the season, his BAR with fhe choicest of Liquors, and no pains yiicu vj luiuwjr nis guests comt. rtable. LhensUurg, April 14, 18SS:22:ly. GEO. E. LEWIS, M. D., TENDERS his professional services to the citi zens of Ebensburg and Ticinity, he may be found in the Office formerly occur.iei? bv Dr. D W. Lewis. Night calls may be made at the olhce. -. July 6, 1859-tf. r j (IT 1 LIGHT TWO HORSE OR MARKET WA. GON, for sale by ' E. HUGHES. . Ju'r , 1253. HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES, No. 5G2 BROADWAY. ' THE GREAT FEATURE Of this series of Domestic R -medies is that each particular medicine is a Specific for the partic ular disease or class of disease whose name it bears, and may. be relied upon for the cure of that particular affection. Hence, persons .utter ing from a chronic disease or loifg-standin ail ment, in buying a case of Humphrey's Specifics obtain the panicular one desired in their case, and thus themselves make a cure which other wise would cost them many dollars, and no small amount of time and medical attendance, if, in deed, it could be obtained at all. Thus multitudes suffer from Dyspepsia Bil ious Condition. Costivem-s, Sad Taste, Coated Iokgce and Debility, which is per lectly controlled and cured bv the DYSPEPSIA SPECIFIC There ss scarcely a phase or form of this dis ease which is not promptlv controlled and ulti mately cured by the use of this Specific. Thous ands who have buffered for vm Bilious Condition" bavin? nur. ha.d a ,.r these Specifics, have obtained a perfect cure and uuiiiuuiiy irom ineir old complaint COUGHS, COLDS AND SORE T1IROATS, which so Jrequently lead to . BRONCHITIS AND CONSITMPTTOV are all in their early stage secured bv the " COUGH PILLS. ' . - . .. oittuum uroi.'cmiis ana lrri- least exposure, l his will be entirely relieved by ... mcwuuu i ills, as scores can testiiy irom experience. So CATARRH iwov.vuiuiuuu auu most troublesome diseases, against which the Old School Medicines "u evtQ xiomceupatluc prescriptions, are of veiy 111 tie use. Yet hundreds of persons have been cureu oi not oniy recent and lresh. but even lon standiug and obstinate, cases of CATARRH bv ise oi mis fpecihc. :e aged lady in Syracuse was thus perfectly l,fi aaarrhwhlc1u ,Lad annoyed her all lite. And a young lady at one of our first ur.e cured her li i i -i- . . . - - waruiu;; scuoois, wno was so afilicted with ims uisease as to require more thau forty hand- n.cieuicis a weeK, was entirely cured in a single weeK oy tiiis Dpecitic. PILES, 1.1 j: - - l li-.. -i - . ui.cuiu- aim oiinu, some ol those common and oosunaie iorms oi disease which are so difficult to cure uy tne ordinary methods, but which find au enure ami iundamental cure m the Piles Spe v.... .o ii.jiiiiw , uui me Diecinc is pieasant to taKe, requires neither dint nor re straint, and being followed up a perfect cure is tlie result. . Huudreds of persons, in purchasing a case of Specifics, have obtained a ure. fur this in trying ana oustmatc lonn of disease, which .i.is weu wu.ui lo Ujem ten times the enst of the entne set. cases ol over twenty years' stand- iuS iiye ueeu curea oy tti-s simple Specific, and c wcjiuic may ue cureu oy ierseveranee. The case contains the best FEVER AND AGUE SPECIFIC Irnnwn A rai.li. ...i.t...... . 1 . . ......... ... niiuuui anj- deleterious or poisonous substance, which not only cures the aue, auu oiu, mismanaged agues, but may In relied upon as a preventive wbtn persons are re siding iu a fever aud ague district. It prt vents U1 i'iuix upuu me same principle that vaccina- vu t'lc-cuia auida ijux or ueuaiionca prevents C. 1 - . anei. mcr, oy pre occupying the system with ine true opecinc. lluudreds Lave been thus protected and cured. THE OPTIIALMY SPECIFIC has proved a most invaluable remedy for SORE tlfcS ami J-.lt.MDS, and for WEAK and 1JLUKRED SIGHT. One lady in Indiana, who nail been a sutlerer 1mm s-r- t-- f..r m.... j "' irni. mis entirely oiino. was ni'lrc o.i.l r. 4..... . . . . . - " . .... cured perlectly ly the Opthalmy Soecific s;l..ne. HEAD AMIES. t . ... 1 . i , . 1 1 .-, . ...... ... 1 : . - , .. ...v.. s-F uL.iij .nc MiriH-i-i, nnii a curative in the case. Ihere is a specific which relieves lit the time of the attack, and also oi.e which cor- wig eiuii.iii'Mi oi tne svslem mum whir-1, it depends, aud so destroys the predisposition to a renirc. The specifics for the various forms of FEMALE COMPLAINTS i . .... -.i - , , , . . n.ic piueu nivaiuaoie. vlv lo.vg staswxg L.bUUJUUtlu;A or WHITES, attended with debility oi exhaustion, and for which other forms of medicine are of little value, are fully controlled auu eureu oy me i MlJLt, 1'JLLS, while the t-pnuv- iui innuiLumiita control Fimost every iorm OI SCANTY, PAIXFI L Or IBREGCLAR STRCATION. DIARRHOEAS AND SUMMER COMPLAINTS in auuits or children are controlled like maHc bv the DIABRU02A Pills, while it may bj averred without the possibility of successful contradiction i-iai tr.e utsestkv Pills are the most perfvc Specific for that disease known. For the various forms of FEVERS, SCARLET FEVER. MEASLES, may be safely and surely relied upon TrTTmiiM05 l,rtsc"l'ti ns of Trof. liUJU llltlb, used far years iu Ids extensive ... . ...j o V1 LIlllUIC . I 1 1 1 P VVPI! I 1 T T nriirtir o tl I tr 1 . i . . x , .... . klJC orrieeiion oi wmcli lie uas uevoieo ine resources of extensive expeririice and study. knowledge, ... . e PuL,lc may rest assured that durino- the lifetime of Dr. II. no one has been or shall be intrusted with the preparation of his Specifics and he offers the guaranty of his professional life and reputation that they shall be just as he rep resents them. Ihcy have now been before the public for five years, and have everj where won golden opinions in,..! ure u;:my mousanos who have used them. Simple, free from intric.iev. tf, 1. ..;,!;.. danger, they have become tlie ready recourse'and aid of the parent, traveler, nurse, or. invalid, and liave oeconie uie i.tmi.y physician aud medical adviser of thousands of families. 'i,.1,p i,... they been tried without having been approved anil llim. lmK....i . - 9 ....... n.gun.1, appreciation is among those wao nave Known tbem longest and most mately. Lvery family will find these SPECIFICS aTl tuey nave oeen recommended ; projipt, rei.ia- 11T V t T M DT T.- nA . r. . au unuAuiuis; oiten a fkhxd i.n Attn ana a friexh ixdkei LIST OF SPECIFIC REMEDIES FEVER PILLS For Fever, Cor No. 1 Congestion and Inflammation of al! kinos No- 2; WOIiM PILLS-For Worm Fever.Worm Colic, and Wetting the Bed. No. 3. BABY'S PILLS For Colic. Cryi-r Teething and Wakefulness, and Nervousness of Adults. No. 4. DIARRIKEA Pir.T?v r:..i Cholera Infantum and Summer Complaint No. 5. DYSENTERY PILLS For rimi.v n.;. ping. Dysentery r Bloody Flux. No. . CHOLERA PILLS For Cholera. Cholo- era Morbus. Vomitins. No. 7. COUGH PILLS F, Hoarseness. Influenza and .Sore tnmut No. 8. TOOTHACHE PILI.S For Toothache, Facache end Nenrdgia. No. 9. HEADACHE PILLS For TTMdnf-. Vertigo, Heat. and Fullness of t.l No. 10. DYSPEPSIA PILLS F, wi- Deranged Stomachs, Constipation and Liver Complaint. No. 11. FOR FEMALE TRRF.r.TTr. aiitivs Scanty, Painful or Sundress! Periods No. 12. FEMALE PILLS rYT T JnPfirf1 run Profuse Menses and Bearing Down No. 13. CROUP PILLS' For Cough, Bad Breathine. No. 14. SALT RHEUM PILLS For Ervuptlas taung iou;tis nave been perfectlv cured by this Specific. But more ! many persons have a spe cific liability to colds and takp tho No. 15. RHEUMATIC? PILLS For Paui.Lame dcss or Soreness in the Chest, Back, Lains or Limbs. - A. For Fever and Ague, Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, old nii.Miianafled Agues. I. For Piles, Blind or Bleeding, Internal or External. O. For Sore, Weak or Inflamed Eyes and Eyelids. Failing, Weak or Blurred Sight. C For Catarrh, of .' long standing or recent, either with obstruction or profuse discharge. W. C. For Whooping Cough, abatii g it vio lence and bhortening its course. PRICES. rull set, 20 large vials, in Morocco Ca.'o Case and Book, Full set, 20 large vials, in Plain Case and Book, Case c-f 15 numbered boxes r.nd Beck. Case of any 0 numbered b.xes and lioo'k. Single numbered boxes, with directions, Single lettered boxes, with directions, Large plantation or physician's case, 1 aud 2 oz. vials. $ 5.00 4 00 2 IH 1 Co 10 15 CO OUR REMEDIES BY MAIL. I..k over the list, make tip a case of i-; .. i . . . . what ivmiw joucnoose, cna enclose the amount in a current note or stamps, by mail, to our addiess. at No. 5b2 Broadway, New York, and the medi cine will be duly forwarded by inail or express. Address DR. F. HUMPREYS & Co . No. 562 Broadway . New York. C3- S..ld in EBENSBURG, by JOHN LODG ERS, Jr., and by all Druegists "generally. June 29,1859. Cm. IV a( cites, Jewelry and Silver-wars We would respectfully infurm our friends, patrons and the public 0-.TW1W.! 1 .T . 1 . . . ..... 1. . A. 1 SkUsiJji ur Xew Match. Jewelry. Silrtrand J luted Ware EstaUishmenl.. at No C22 MAR KET street, where we offer Wholetulc- Jltlali, at the lowest Cash Trices, a large and very choice stock of every description of goods usually ejn in a urst class atch and Jewel rv Sror-. we hope b untipir effura and please not only to retain nil rons, but merit and secure a la the s:irne. e hone bv lmnnrro (T. .-r o i . a i - av 1'lllllli.n.illC all our former pat- rxe accession to Every description of 7i;timt,.1 IK,,;- . i ... Jewelry made to order at short notice. &5- All gooils warranted to he as revrerenUd ' tin- !,;... ,T.. ...: . .r . . fit ll..y.7. J r . t- . 1 & v-- . iii.iijai .iLLeoi ii n rrivii Ti ihn . v ..uiuiH)(l(ra oeweiry or every description. ST A UFFER & II A R LEY. No. 622 MARKET street. South Side PHIL'A. B. We will contimio our Old St.. V 148 North &rond street, for a short time only. August, 3d. 1859.-3m. FIRE! PIRE! IFIRE!!! THE LNDFRSIGNED WOULD CALL THE attenutiou of the i ublic to ore of the great est lilll lOVt-ineilts ever nn.lf. in C:n(KT'ii STOVES, the burnimrof the G AS AT Sinvp by which means, is saved Fifty per oen ..f fuel GEORGE HUNTLEY. EUnsburg Aug. 17. lS59.-tf. HOSTETTEK'S S7GAL-:1 BITTERS, It is a fact that, nt some period, 'Yerv mem ber of the human family is eubjoot io lii.-. ftse or disturbance of the bodily functions; hut, with the aid of a good tonic and the esor-.io of plain common seuse, they may be able so to regulate the system "as to secure permanent health. In order to accomplish this desired object, the true course to pursue is certainly that which will produce a natural state of things at the least hazard of vital strength and life. For this purpose, Dr. Hostetter has in troduced to this country a preparation bearing his name, which is not a new medicine, but one that has been tried for years, giving satisfac tion to all who have used it. The Bitters operate powerfully upon the stomach, bowels, and liver, restoring them to a healthy and vigorous action, and thus, by the simple pro cess of strengthening nature, enable the sys tem to triumph over disease. For the cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nau sea, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, or any Bilious Complaints, arising from a morbid inaction of the Stomach or Bowels, producing Cramps, Dysentery, Colic, Cholera Morbus, tac, ihesa Bitters have no equal. Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux, so generally con tracted by new settlers, and caused principally by the change of water and diet, will be f peedily regulated by a brief use of this preparation. Dyspepsia, a disease which is probably more prevalent, in all its various forms, than any other, and the cause of which may always be attributed to derangements of the tligestive organs, can be cured without fail by using HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTEliS, as per directions on the bottle. For this disease every physician will recommend Bitters of some kind ; then why not use an article known to infal lible ? All nations have their Bitters, as a pre ventive of disease and strengthener of the sys tem in general; and among them all there is not to be found a more healthy people than the Germans, from whom this preparation ema nated, based upon scientific experiments which have tended to prove the value of this great preparation in the scale of medical science. Fever axd Agce. This trying and provok ing disease, which fixes its relentless grasp on the body of man, reducing him to a mere sha dow iu a short time, and rendering hira phy sically and mentally useless, can be driven from the body by the use of 110STETTERS RENOWNED BITTERS. Further, none of the above-stated diseases can be contracted, even in exposed situations, if the Bitters are used as per dh-cctions. Aad as they neither create nausea nor offend the palate, and render tin necessary any change of diet or interruption of ordinary pursuits, but promote sound sleep and healthy digestion, the complaint is re moved as speedily as is consistent with the pro duction of a thorough and permanent cure. For Persons in Advanced Years, who are suffering from an enfeebled constitution and infirm body, these Bitters are invaluable as a restorative of strength and vigor, and need only be tried to be appreciated. And to a mother while nursing these Bitters are indis pensable, especially where the mother's nour ishment is inadequate to the demands of the child, consequently her strength must yield, and here it is where a good tonic, such a llosteiter's Stomach Bitters, is needed to impart temporary strength and vigor to the system. Ladies should by all means try thi remedy for all cases of debility, and, before so doing, should ask their physician, who. if lie is acquainted with the virtue of the Bitters, will reeommend their use in all cases of weakness. CAUTION. VT caution the public against using any of the many imitations or counterfeit, but suit fur IIostettkr's Celebrated Stomach Bitters, and see that each bottle baa tha words "Dr. J. UoEtettcr's Stomach Bitters' bionn on the sid of the bottle, aud ginuipcd en tlio metallic cap covering the cork, and observe that our iutrupU signature ia on the laVl. - Prepared and sold by EOSTETTEE & SMITH. Pittsburgh, and sold by all druggists, gToccrs, and dealer centrally throughout the TJniled States, Canada, Couth America, aad Germany. AGENTS. Da is & Jones. Ebcnburir- .T p.rrh-h, Summitville; Win. Liuiuger, Loretto, Peter Kinney, Muu&ter. " August 81, 1859. lw R. 0. LEWI ATTOHXEY AT LAW. Office for Oir present tcilh Dr. Lewis kin- -ji Ebsoibur?, 0t. 19. isr.n u U r a c