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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1849.
FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER,
JOHN A- GAMBLE-
Dr. Wm. A. SMITH,
JOHN 1511 AW LEY,
Of Summcrhtll tp.
P, S. M'CLOSKEY,
Of Washington tp.
JOHN G. GIVEN,
ANTHONY LA MB AUG H,
Of Jackson , tp.
Of Allegheny tp.
0The Sentinel, has much the largest cir
ciilation of any paper published in this county
and as an advertising sheet offers superior
inducements to merchants and business men
generally. Those desirous of making us of
this medium for extending their business can
do so bu either sending their notices direct, or
through the fulloicing agents:
John Crouse, Esq-, Johnslorcn.
E. W. Carr Evans' Buildings, Third st.
Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg.
George Pratt, 151, Nassau st., Ntw York.
0ln another part of to. day's paper will bo
found the Address of the Democratic State
Central Committee. Read it. It ia well writ
ten and worthy a perusal.
Arpaintmcut by the President.
Hon. Andrew Stewart, of Fayette county,
Fa., has boen appointed Minister to Brazil.
This ! another beautiful selection by this "no
party" administration. "Tariff Andy" is uni
Tersally known to be one of the most "foul
mouthed" politicians in the country, and has
always been found ready and willing to perform,
tho very lowest and dirtiest acts of his party.
We are called upon to record another melan
choly uccidenton the Portage Railroad, which
occurred on Fridsy last, the 21st inst., near
the Halfway House. David M. Mason, in at
tempting to jump on an empty truck while un
der full headway, was t hrown on the track and
reveral cars passed over bis body, killing him
instantly. The deceased was a resident of thi
ccuny for several years, during which time he
was engaged as a miner, "well digger, &x. He
was about thirty-two yeirs of age.
We have learned from a source entitled to
all credit that some whigs whom we could
mention have on hands a large number of
pamphlets, &.C., which they intend putting in.
to circulation through the southorn portion of
the county a few days beforo the election.
These political tricksters hope, by tha aid of
those pamphlets to induco a number of demo
crats to vote the whig ticket, and thus "steal a
march" on us. As we beforo predicted, the
democracy of Cambria may look out for every
scheme being adopted, that the minds of our
cunning opponents can suggest, and the very
fact of them remaining apparently 60 quiet
forebodes trickery on the eve of the election.
At these slanders will be put in circulation at
too lato an hour to be publicly contradicted
and refuted, we advice our democratic friends
to Le on Ihcir guard for them, and see that
they are treated as they deserve.
Recent intelligence from different sections of
the State, remarks tbeWestchester Republican.
confirms us in the opinion heretofore expressed
that John A Gambia will be elected by quite a'
large majority. Everywhere, in every county.
the democratic party is uni'ed cordially in his
support. He is emphatically the candidate of
the wiiolb partt, and is so regarded in
the Eastern and Western, in the Northern and
Southern, as well as in more central countie.
Our opponents did, at one time, hope that by
the nominee of Mr. Fuller, they would make
soma inroads upon Mr. Gamble in the North
Branch counties. In this, however, we feel
great confidence, they will be eeriouIy disap
pointed. There exists no good reason why the
Democrats in that region should support him
in preference to Mr. Gamble. An intelligent
Democrat in that section of tho State, writes
as bis opinion that "throughout all the North,
ern counties, there will be a largely increased
ote given to Mr. Gamble over that for Pain
tsr,inl843., The result, however, at last depends not
rnsrtly upon this aection or that section, but
u poa all sections and all counties, doing their
full duty rallying their entire Democratic
il.o.nnlls. In t he matter, Democrats !
of Chester, your votes are just as important.
tell just as tfiectuuliy. and contribute just a
much to victory, as the votes ol democrats in
any other sect ion or county. If, thcretorc, you
would have the Slate ca tried by a democratic
minority, you must work it it. i nis is our
jutv il U the duly o." all; and if faithfully pc-r.
formed, the result cannot tail to be eminently
gratifying to all Democrats, while it will le a
verdict of condemnation against the Taylor and
Johnston dynasties. If Pennsylvania is to re.
deem her former standing as a democratic
Slate, it must Le by the voles of all the Demo
crats of Chester, as well us ether c ounlies.
Let us all, therefore, bear this in mind, and act
We understand that some of the leading
whigs are attempting to arouse religious preju
dices, by the circulatio n of the most ridiculous
dories against the Democratic candidate for
Our friends -cannot be too cautious in giving
credit to all such stories as may be concocted
and put into circulation upon the eve of the
election, for the purpose of propping up the
desperate fortun es of Joii.v Fenlon. We now
merely allude to the subject, for lha purpose of
contradicting these stem?, stamping them as
base falsehoods, ar.d put' ing our friends upon
their guard against tho secret effjrt of a few
Base must Le the motives, and detperate
must be the cause, when the effort is made to
commingle politics and religion. Such a
course we hope will be frtwr.rd down ly
tli 9 honest of all parties, and that candidates
mjy be judged only by their merits, their qual.
iSoutions, at.d the political principles and mea
sures they Gustain.
To the Democracy of Cambria County.
One week from Tuesday nnxt, and you will
Le called on to exercise one of the dearest priv.
ileges of a ciiizen and a freeman. We know
that u determination is prevalent throughout
the democratic ranks to place our little Cam
bria in her pro; cr position before her sister
counties, and in order to do this, every feeling
of animosity whicli has heretofore distracted
our parly, has by common consent, been buried
in oblivion. A knowledge of Ihi fact is alone
sufficient to satisfy any candid mind of the cer
tainty of a democratic triumph at the approach
Notwithstanding tha apparent apathy which
seems to prevade all parties, theronovcr was a
time which the mass of tho people were more
sensibly olive to their own interests and the
success of their parties. The whig party hav
ing enjoyed 8'me ephemeral success, and supped
a lilllo of the sw eels of office, is using untiring
vigilence and noiseless exertions to accomplish
their nuinose at tlie cominer eleciinn. AnH u.e
know that the democrats are as noiseless and
vigilent as they ore, wailing for the ninth of
October to show to the world that they appre
ciate thoir party and their principles. They
are sick of the gcneri 1 administration with
Gen. Taylor at its head. In that affair they
were deceived. They concluded that as the
Genera! had the valor of a soldier in the "tent,
ed field," ho would have the magnanimity of a
democrat in the Executive Chamber, and in
gratitude for his services, a treat number of
them voted for him. They "went it blind," as
some professional gentlemen say, but they lost
by the operation; and there must be sufficient
lime to efface this from their recollection, be
fore they could Le caught in tho same trap
It is unnecessary for us to talk of the unfor
tunate divisions that have heretofore existed in
our ranks in this county, by which whigs have
been elevated to office, and deniocarts infinitely
their superior in every quality that adorns the
man and the oilicer, beaten and saenhced at
thc6hriue of bitter political faction. Suffico it
to say that we are fully satisfied that such divi
sion no longer exists, nor will it we trust occur
in a short time hereafter. -
A long series of successes in national, state
and county politics, engenders carelessness and
inactivity in a party, and such has been the
case heretofore to a degree highly culpable in
our ow.n county. We have the numerical
strength wo have the means to exercise it
we wanted nothing but determination, to en
It A 1
sure inevitable success. Ana now mat our
party is united, wo have nothing to fear.
What excuse would we make to our democrat.
ic brclhern t hroughout the 6tate if we weie
derelict in our duty this fall, and elect some of
the whigs on the ticket? Could we say they
are better men than ours? That would be un.
true. Could we say that the whigs are more
amiable, less party men here than in other sec
tions of the state? That is equally untrue, as
more designing'intrigucing politicians than the
leaders of the whig party in this county are no
where to be found ia Pennsylvania. Then in
the name of our common country let us turn
out every man, and be sure that we vote the
whole ticket, from Canal Commissioner down
to county Auditor. They are all good men
and worthy the support of their party There
are times when it is less important than tho
present if some whig might be elected to office.
Had we a democratic Governor and a majority
in both houses of the Legislature, it would mat
ter but Jittle to us whether we sent a wbig or a
democrat to the Legislature, provided he would
attend to the local affairs of the county with
fidelity but under present circumstances, it is
our boundeu duty to see that a democrat is sent
from this co u nty.
We should also be careful that every demo
crat who conies to the polls should, vote for the
County Commissioner. JBy- carelessness last
year we lost our Commissoner by two totes,
and the same result this year would place the
guardianship of the county in the hands of the
whigs a result surely cot to bedesired by any
Sinco the days of Joseph Ritner's
administration, the do mocrals nave had a ma
jJoi y in the Board of Commissioners in Cambria
county, and we ho e the democrats will nut
permit themselves to l;o gulled at tho present
time. The cLim9 and qualifications of the
democratic candidate for county commissioner
.even i. parly men were out of the ques-ton, we
j are satisfied would losi nothing by a oinpari.
son wtui those ot Hie wing car.uiua'e, either in
rxpericcc, abiiitj', morality, or general in'elii
genco. Sj that even en that .-core we would
be lha fcaincis if we had no port' to sustain. -Bulit
istur duty to sustain that paity that sus
tains our principles. Besides, if the whigs get
a majority in the board this fill they will have
it for two or three years. It may be said by
some that is not very important, nor indeed
would it be, it the whigs were nut more pro
scriptive than the democrats. But wlieneve r
they get power, be it ever 6o little, they abuse
it fur the benefit of their party. A lively ex
ample of that kind was exhibited in Harrisburg
in the session of 1847. when the whigs having
' a majority in both Houses, expelled the poor
women who did the scrubling about tho capi-
lol, who happened to have any democratic con-
In conclusion , let us do our duty or : the 2nd
fucsday of October. Let us go m for the
whole ticket andnothing but the ticket. Then
we will unquestionably be successful nd Cam.
bria county, that always has sustained herself
both at home and abroad, (will Le hailed with
gladness throughout the Commonwealth.
The Democratic Meeting at Xo. 4.
In pursuance of previous notice, a large
num b er of tho democracy of Washington town-
ship n et,. I the Echocl ho: s: at No. 4. 0.1 Sat ir
day evening !sst. '1 h? meeting was organized by
calling John M'Gough Esq., to the Chair, and
appointing Henry D. Boon. Daniel Faron and
Andrew Todd Vice Presidents, and James M.
Colgar, W m Henry and F. C. M'Dermit Sec
On motion, M. M . Adams was called upon to
state the object of the meeting. With this
request Mr. Adams complied in a few pertinent
and sensible remarks, and attlu solicitation of
the meeting, continued his address at some
length, giving his views as to the importance of
the approaching contest, the duties tint now
devolve upon the Jemocratic party, and the
necessity of going into the canvass with spirit
in order to secure our triumph, and urging up.
oji the democracy the propriety of jurying in
oblivion the remembrence of all past diffi rence
and d.fficultics and uniting in support of the
John B- Onslow succeeded Mr. Adams in a
very happy and spirited address. During his
rernarks he made some very pleasant hits at
some individuals on the whig ticket, and was
frequently cheered by the meeting. lie con
cluded by briefly alluding to tho qualifications
of the several democratic car:didatcs, and the
claims they have upon the party for their
warm and hearty support.
On motion of James M'Closkey, tho Chair
appointed the" following gentleman a committee
to prepare resolutions expressive of the sen se
of the meeting, viz. John B. OnsJow, M. M.
Adams, B. E. Belts, Jaines ' Farren, and Win.
Palmer. Dating lha absence of the committee ,
Dr. Wm. A. Smith was called on to address
the meeting, which he did at considerable
length, and in an able and spirited manner.
His remarks were appropriate and very much
to the point, and were received with loud cheers
by the assemblage.
Mr. Onslow from tho Committee, then read
a preamble and several resolutious, which were
unanimously adopted. As we have not been
furnished with a copy of these resolutions, we
are cons equtntly unable to publish them.
On motion the meeting adjourned with three
cheers for tho democratic ticket.
Contemplated Cuban Moremcnt.
Of this mysterious enterprise, the Wash
ington correspondent of the Charleston
Notwithstanding the ridicule thrown by
some opposition prints on the late procla
mation of neutrality, and their denial ol
the existence of any enterprises, on the
part of our citizens against the Government
of Cuba, an expedition of an hostile char
acter has been so well planned, that it will
onty be delayed, and not frustrated, by the
interposition of this go'vernment. The
first design was to land in Cuba only fifty-
men, as officers, with a good supply of
arms and munitions, the whole to be under
the direction of Gen. Lopez. They ex
pected that as soon as the revolutionarv
ilag was raised, a large portion of the peo
ple would rally around it, and that even
the army, which consists of fifteen thou
sand Spanish ' soldiers, who are treated as
slaves, would refuse to serve against them.
This plan was, however, abandoned by
the leaders, after finding that a very effi
cient aid could be obtained in this country,
by giving the enterprize a more American
character. 1 he existing design is, to land
twenty-five hundred men, well armed and
equipped, with a good supply of artillery,
etc., and under an American commander.
The landing .will probablybe made on the
south side of the island where their force
will be immediately increased by the ac
cession of a large number of young and
enthusiastic Creoles. If they meet with
much resistance, and get into a perilous
position, their friends in the United States
will, it is expected, raise an irresistable
popular clamor in their behalf, and from
every porl in the Union, thousands of .vol
unteers will then rush to their relief, as
fast as wind and steam can carry them.
In this way, Cuba, they say, is to be revo
lutionized in a single campaign.
The Richmond Enquirer asks 'have
we a President?' To which the Lynch
burg Virginian: responds: 4 We have
eight pieces of one, but whether they all
make a President is very questionable.
Certain it is, that if they do, it is a very
' lnierior one inai uiey maKe.
AM SorU of E'ai';srap?i.(.
. Hope it May be. Tkuu. A letter in the
N. Y. Tribune, from a source worthy of
all credence, gives the probable amount of
gold to be taken out of the California mines
in next three months, at 812,000,000. .
A Person was lately sentenced to
ten years' hard labor in the Penitentiary
at San Francisco. We guess this "Peni
ten'iary is a hole in the ground with a
stone over it, or an exhausted gold digging
Heavy.- At Berkshire Mass., last week
a verdict of 87,000" was rendered against
the Berkshire Railroad Company and in
favor of D. B. Campbell and wife, for in
juries sustained by them while crossing
the railroad track.
CSThe editor of the Banger Courier
was robbed, the other night, of a silver
watch, and a lot of clothing. No doubt it
was a lot' of clothing; and as to the silver
watch, a careful examination would have
shown it to be only plated.
EF'A convention,. whicli has for its ob
ject the improvement of the rapids of the
upper Mississippi, is to assemble at Daven
port, Iowa, on the 10th prox. .
tThe damage by the late overflow on
Red river is estimated at S5,000,000. It
is thought that where 130,000 bales' of
cotton were gathered last year, not 30,000
will be made this year. Alexandria is
said to be 4 ieet under water.
07"On the 9th inst., in St. Louis, a wo
man and a man named Ileisler had a diffi
culty, in which Ileisler drew a pistol and
fired, the ball taking effect in the side of
the woman's head and wounding her very
severely. The man was immediately ar
rested. CsP An exchange says that the girls in
some parts of Pennsylvania, are so hard
up for husbands, that they sometimes take
up with printers and lawyers.
B?It seems that the Mormons are all
whigs. Poltawattomie county Ia., is in
habited chiefly by them. At the Presi
dential election their vote was thrown out
but at the recent elections for State offi
cers they voted as follows: Whig 55;
tThe hair has been so pulled out of
Whitey's fly sweeper, by his whig admi
rers, that it is completely raw, and it is
feared by his attendents that mortification
will set in.
CPRey has informed the editor of the
Picayune that at the "lime of his abduction
he was drugged, and in a state stupefac
tion," although he knew what was going
EEPOscar, King of Sweden, has turned
teetotaller, and is sending tetotal missiona
ries throughout his country to show the
blessings of temperance.
American Machinery for London is
in the course of construction at Trenton,
to be used in the manufacture of India
07"It is reported that the savagest kind
of the cotton worm is crawling all over
Texas, and that not more than a fourth of
a crop of cotton will be gathered in that
State. The corn crop of Texas is excel
lent. tyWe learn, says the Boston Journal
that a letter has been received from Cali
fornia, which states that the ship Leonorc's
company had been offered one hundred
thousand dollars for the little iron steam
boat which they took out with them, but
they declined accepting it. They are
confident that when she is in operation
she will make for them one thousand dollars
fcThe number of immigrants into the
United States last year was estimated, on
the most accurate data that could be obtain
ed, at 250,000. This year the number
will probably reach 300,000.
OThe Governor of Louisiana, has re
quested a committee of 132 citizens of that
State to attend the Internal Improvement
Convention, at Memphis i Tennessee, on
the 23 of next month, as delegates from
l5PThe editor of the 'Great West,' an
nounces tl e astonishing fact, that he has
succeeded in discovering a living, actual
bona fide descendant from one of the sec
ond Families of Virgiuia.'
Ink is the blackest sea on which thought
rides at. anchor.
In the borough of Huntingdon, on Wcdnes.
day, the 1 2th inst., of pneumonia, Mrs. PRIS
CILLA M., daughter of the late Robert Moore,
Es.., and wife of the Hon. Oeorgo Taylor,
President Judge of this district, m the 23th
year of her age.
iii i i
a piMif! wmxm i
Constantly on hand and continually
Or exchanging the very best quulity of
That can be procured in Philadelphia
" For Grain or Hides, and still cheaper
The more acceptable article termed
Or on short and approved credit
JEl Ihe Stove of
WILLIAM M'GOUGH & Co.
Foot of Plane No. 4, A. P. R- R.
N B. Persons .wishing to eichango Grain
for Goods &-C, may do well to call at the
WM: M'GOUGH &. Co.
Sept. 27, 1619 5l-tf.
THE Suh-ciiber tllirs fur reel or leapp nj
the sliares fir one or more yearn, hij Saw Ali!l
stttiuica in Summerhill township, wituin ore I
mile of the Portage Railroad. Thrre are
nunc 'ed acres of land, well timbered, attache
to it. with ubcut thirty acres cleared, on which
is a good dtvvlltng house erected. The person!
. ui iivu ma pfivuego oi
using the timber. As the line of the new I'enn.
sylvani3 Kailroid, rs located, pafes within a
few rods of the Mill, this properly affords a
fine opportunity to any persa wishing lj en.
gaga in the lumber busiuea.
September 20 1349. 50-3t.
0MMounlain F.cho" will copy 3 times and
charge Col. Kesri.
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE
TT ETTERS of Administration nn Iho Estnte
UJk of Michrtl V aialy late of Watdjittglon
township, deceased, have been granted to the
subscriber, residing in said township by the
Register t.f Cambria County. AH persons in
debted to said estate, will please come forward
and settle their respectivo accounts, and those
Having claims against tho same, will present
Ihcm properly authenticated for settlement.
THOMAS CARROLL Ad-n'r.
Sept. 27, 1349. 51-6t.
Came to the residence of the ubecriber. at
Summit Cambria co. Pa., on tho 10th day of
oepiemuer insi., one mree year old tteer, and
one two year old heifftr, both of a dark reddish
color, no other particular marks. ' Tho owner?
are requested to come forward prove property.
pay charges and take them away, otherwise
tliey m l le dispcaed of according to law.
September 20 1913 50-3t.
W A K E U P
Delinquent Collectors & Others
ine undersigned, ruvinir been annninioi!
Treasurer, for the unexpired term of David Todd
Esq , Dec'd, finds the Treasury without one
dol.ar in it, and Court is ot hand, and Jurors
and others niutbc paid, he therefore gives no
tice. lo ell delinquent Collectors and others,
owing money to the county, to make payment
immediately, or legal process will be resorted
lo, to enforso pavmcnt.
P. M'COr Treasurer.
Ebcnsburg Sept. '18th 1849 50-lf.
FUDLtC notice is hereby jriven, that hy
order of the Oiphans' Court of Cambria
county, will bo exposed lo sale by public ven.
due or outcry, on Monday the 3d day of Octo
ber next, at one o'clock in the afternoon, a
TRACT OF LAND,
Situate in Cumbria township, bounded by lands
of Richard Thomas, John E. Jone, Richard
Dennett and others, cemtaining
One Hundred and Eighty Nine Acres
and allowance, with the appurtenance: late ihe
esUleof Djvid Davis, drover, deceased. The
sale will bo held al Ihe Court IIou.-c. in the
borough of Ebcnsburg, and terms made known
William Davis and 'J honias M. Jones, ad.
miiiUtralors of tho said estate.
Dy order of the Court,
WILLI AM KITTELL, Cletk.
August 30, 1643. 47-ts
FISH, HAMS, 10.
HAMS d SIDES,
Constantly on hand
and for sale by
J PALMER &. Co.,
Market Street Wharf.
LARD $ CHEESE, J Sep 13, 1819, 49-3m
A D MIX IS 77?. 2 TOR' S NO TICE.
ETTERS of Administration having,, hcn
hi-J granted to the undersigned by the Regis
ter of Cambria county on tha estate of David
Todd, Esq , late of f'ambria township, in said
county, all persons indebted to said estate, are
hereby requested to settle the same immediate
ly, and those haTing claims against said estate
will present liem duly authenticated for set
tlement. JANE TODD,
THOMAS M CONNELL.
Sept. 13, 1SI5. 49-6t.
ooksaxd Stationary, also, plain and em.
brokered Envelopes, fancy Note Paper.
Motto, silvered and cami Wafers, Quills,
Scaling Wax, Pencils, Pass Rooks, &c, for sale
at the store of
LITZIXGER &, TODD.
C. J. KNEEDLER,
WIIflf.ES.lLE BOOT, SIIOE AND BOSS ET
WA RE II OUS'B
No. 136, North Third St. opposite the Eagle
SS now receiving about GOOO Cases Fresh
Fall Goods. direct from tlies manufacturers,
such as MEN'S and BOYS' THICK KIP
and CALF BOOTS d BROGA NS --Youth's
and Children's Boots and Brogans. wiili a great
variety of WOMEN'S LACE BOOTS and
SHOES. This ttcck is got up o xpressly for
the country trade, and will be sold cheap.
Merchants are invited lo call and examine.
August 1849. 4G-3m
ALL persons interested are hereby notified
that the following Accounts have been passed
and filed in the Register's Office at Ebensburg,
Cambria county, Pa., and will be presented for
confirmation and allowance to the Orphans'
Court to be held at Ebensburg, in and for said
county, on the 1st day of October next:
The Account of Sarah Reed and Harrison
Kinkead, Executors of William Reed, ialc.of
Jackson township, dee'd.
The Account of Stephen Lloyd, Executor
of David Davis (farmer,) late of Cambria town
ship, deceased. ' -." :
The Account of Thoma Gallaher, Execu
utor of Francis Gallaher, late of Allegheny
township, dee'd. . . . "
The Account of John Williams Administra
tor cum tcstamento annexo of John Davis
(cooper,) laic of Cambiia township, dee'd.
Win, KITTELL, Register.
Register's Office. ? . ,
Ebensburg, Sept. 3, 1319. fc . , .
UEENS WARE and GROCEUt KS. a
large lot, for sale low at
C. il. BEYER,
A TTORJSE Y A T LA TK,
Ulhcc one dor r west of J. J?. TucLcnan' Ctcrs.
April 12, 184y.-tf.
E, 1IUTCI1110N, JR,
-ATTORJS& Y AT LAWx
April 12, 1849 If.
c. vr. TCD-
mwm & TCBB,.
Dealcis in Dry Gcods, Crocerin, Hardwire,.
o dcors cotl cf Rtihaw' Hotel. Higi. et.
ATTORNEY AT LA IK
Office one door west of J. S. Buchanan's Store.
April 12, 1849 tf.
Ml. THOMAS C- BUNTING.
South-ivest corner of 7th Race $tt.
April 2G, 1S49. 29-
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
All buEincss in the several Courts or Blslr, In
diana and Cambria counties entrusted to his
care, will be promptly attended lo.
Office, onposile J. S. Duchanan's Storo
April 12, 1849, tf
rORTAGE, NO. 3, A. P. U. R.
T undersigned takes this melhod of in-
JLL forming his friencs and the public gener
ally, that he has taken lhal large and comiuo
dicus House, favorably known as the
formerly kept by William Palmer, Fq.,
Having filled up the House in a style not lo te
surpassed by any other west of the mountain.,
the travelling community can rest as ired that
on h s part thee will La nothing wanting to tnako
their sojourn a pleasant one, as he is determin
ed to supply his table with the best that lbs
co intry mantel can afford.
will be supplied with the choicest of l.Yquor.
is largo and roomy, and attended by careful
and attentive Hostlers.
RICHARD TROTT ER.
A. P. R. R. June C, IB49 36-tf.
JUST opened, a very extensive lot oTGING
HAMS, LAWNS, and PRINTS of e va
ry variety, at the store of
JOHN S. BUCHANAN.
Lf. persons indebted to the subscriber
Ilk. cither by Note or Cook Account, a,ra
earnestly req-iested to m ike set tlerneii t on or
before tlie first diy of October next. Attention
to this notice may suve trouble and cokI.
Summit, August 30, IS49. 47-3t.
-JRAIN and Country Prodnce, of all kinds
taken in exchange for goods al Buchan
.1 good assortment tf Tur, Biush. Silk. Mo!,
tthin. Pal mien f. Mexican and Wool HATS , fvr
sale al BUCHANAN'S STORE.
isii. Mackeral and Codfish, just opened
and for sale by L. &. T.
&1 T DOZEN BOOTS and SHOES of
SLls all kinds just received end for sale al
71 TEN'S fine calf and kip Roots, Women's
lfJi. Congress Shoes, Latinj, Puck and
Goat Sboctecs, Soal and Merc. It. R. Slippers,
Mispcs colored Ivid, patei.t and caif Boots,
Boy's thick and kip BocU and Shoes just re
ceived by L. &. T.
A Tract of unimproved Lind, covered with
valuable Timber, lying about five ruilos Ve&t
of EbensLurg, enquire of
Ebensbur-, April 12, JS43. 12-lf.
; IS H, SALT. FLOUR and BACON told at
Ihe store of
J. S. BUCHANAN.
SALE Sx Splendid Acccrdeons
ch vill be sold cbea'i bv
J. IVORY $ CO.
Bi:r(U Salt.h&t received and for sale
Jw vij Flour and Bacon consta
constantly k?pt on
J. IVORY J CO.
TTUST Rtceiced and for . Sale a few choire
Gj? pieces of Piano Music also music for
the Flute ar.d Accurdton.
J. IVORY f CO.
LADIES - SUPER FRENCH LACE
CHINA PEARL, and BRAID BONNETS,
just received and for sale by
LITZlNGEll i. TODU.
T5WOOLLEX &- COfTOX TWEEDS and
VW PANT STUFFS, cheap for cash or
country produce, to had at
A Largo lot of Bleached and Brown Mas-
inst just received and for al very law
at the storo ut
. ; i : ! i v x- v 1 1 mt
ARDWARE, CUTLERY and CAR.
PENTER'S' TOOLS jast received and
for sale al the store of
JOHN S. BUCIIA,NAN