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Further from California. ' -
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Additional Particular oj the Loss of the
- New Yokk, April 25.
The steamship Star of the West arrived hre
this evening, at 8 o'clock, from tai Jumi. with
California dates to the 1st List., and over 500
passengers, brought Juwn by tlie steamship Si
'cir i Nevada. .
The intelligence from San Juan is pencefu
Vndof. a- satisfactory character. The utmost
'ee.r.liality of feeling e listed between the officer
of the American and British vcss'a of w..r.
The people of San Juan held an rl.ctioii for
-,t ..triers on the 15th. when' Mr. Martin w
re e eeted Mayer Without opposi-ion. the Br t sh
Consul having previously .notified the Bug ish
residents that it" they vote I at the election they
coSd not expect protection
tioiu ins uovern-
Tho Burning of the Independence.
Intelligence trout Sui Fraiicia.:o fuily confirms
the loss "of the steamship Independence 1-0
passengers are known to have been lost, and it,
was the opinion of those saved that the loss" ol
life exceeded 150, exclude of children.
The p.isseugers of the Itmejicndcnee censure
the captain for the manner iu whhh the steam
er wb.1 permitted to M.-ikc the reef. They say
that the mori.iag was pcr.ect!y e'e: r. mid tb-.r
the captain wan warned of ti e danger of the
ship, to which he replied -go to h 11 mind
your own bu3'miS3." Afterwards, however, he
fcehavel wuh great courage ami Humanity.
Cai ta n Sam i sou states that the wh..!e mini
her lot from the Independence was 125. inclu
ding 15 of the crew. In his s-tatement of tlie
disaster Captain S.. S ai c that the fu st boat
launched was swanieil. but the second boat
rnnrlip.I th shore with a line. Two other boats!
were then launched, in which all the passengers ; tify the character of woman; of one so esteemed
they Could contain wire being taken ashore, J ,,n earth for her excellent qu ilities. s in mrned
when the flames attained Buch a headway that i th,.ir (,3 (;t off even in the blossoms of
those still remaining on the vessel became wild . . ,. , .
itith terror and leaped overboard by dozens. i llC1' .Vrt,h- "" l spring tint, of h-r
Spars, hatches, tables, tnd every t!ii g move-, life, "death Wis on In r, like an untimely frost
able, wna thrown to tlmac struggling in the ea. p(, tlu. sweetest fl w. r of all the field.'; " To
nnd thus sustained, many were enabled l-rw-hj and frien.ls this death, so siid le, .
the shore. One hour alter the ship struck, the l .-. ...
wreck whs one entire sh. et of flame. .n I thejs" agonizing in its brief and unexpected tenni.
on!v persons remaining on board were the ('ap-1 nation, is something soletr'n. even to awe. Tin re
tain mid one coal passer. The boat from the
chore succeeded in reaching the vt ssel, aunl the
Captain getting in, lth the assistance of the
Lands, succeeded in rescuing three boat loads
from tho waves.
Captain Sampson then pitted round to Mag-1
dalene iJay where he found the s.hooner A.
Iniery, in winch he returned to the Island, hi
t'ue meantime, however, the passengers hail
went across the lSIana to the Soutti Hite. wnere
they found boats belonging to whaling ships !y
iug near. The passengers were nil taken on
b)ard these ships, where their sufferings were
relieved by the hospitable treatment accorded
The wha!e Bhip Meteor was finally chartered j
to take th aurvtyora to ban iraucisco, where
they arrived On the 31st of March. Captain S.
etatei that had not the steamer taken tire not a
soul would have been lost. He also states tint
the reef .on which she first struck is not laid
down nn any chart.
The Independence was ft boat of 500 tons,
l uil: in New York for the Sacramento trade.
8:ie was value I at 5100.000, and was insured
iu New York for 5 15.000.
The following are the names of the ren.r.syl
vanians lost : V. A. Scofiel I; T. M. Wilson, and
E. C. Marvin.
The town of Weaversville, recently destroyed
by fire, has I e n nenrly rebuilt, and the town
now presents quite a businesslike aspect.
Indian depredations were increasing to nn
alarming extent, more especially in the neigh
borhood of Shasta, Calumna and Trinity coun
ties. The efforts of the U. S. troops to check
them had only been partially successful, and in
cae of the engagements Lieut. Edward Russell,
of the 5th infantry, was killed.
Trouble appears to be brewing with the Indi
ans at San Diego.
An extensive mine of native sulphur has been
uisrorere I near Diamond Springs Sacramento.
Tii uiioers uenr Marysville were doing better
thaa at any time since the settlement of the
A severe fight had taken place at the Sugar
Lo if Mountain, Shasta Valley, between the I'itt
Kiver Indians, and a party of mule, packers, un
der Mr. Bruuer. Several packers were killed.
The mining news from all parts of the coun
try is most cheering.
. nsv sjttle ue :t has hosnta eitly rail-'
at C ipe St. George. Kl unath county, which is
t'bi c ille I from the shape of b iy. the Crescent
City. It is re'l pr recte I as a li iro r, a i I lies
near several r'ch mines.
Flour is sel ing in Oregou City at $10 per
1 -j 0 pounds. Two tons were bold at if per
A bull fight was lately advertize 1 at lit
C'-'rvi'le, but the Ainsric ius tut liking this Span
ish amusement, lassoed the ball, whipped the
itadjres, anl tore down the buiMiiig.
An Amciican Dantist in Paris.
The following is furnished by the regu'ar cor-j
reependent of the X. I. Joxuhal f '-Commerce.
Oar young countryman. Mr. Thomas Eraua.
Lis been for some tune dentist to his Majesty.
L uis Napoleon, aad also to the pr sc:it Emprtss
v heu Madtmoiselle M mtijo. II j visits the pal ice
iii Lis capacity iiS dentist to the Imperial couple
cr.ee iu teudnys, and the last he presented him
sel ". Was in the morning alct;t ten o'clock, when
the Euiperor abkeJ,,vvry kindly, if he hul break
fasted. On his reply that bo had no., the Km
ptTrrnng the beil and ordered tea and a concert
f-r Mr. E , who had thus the honor to partake
cf this morning's repast with Louis Napoleoii.
On having the palace he gave Mr. E. a superb
fj-"ien box mounted with diamonds the Impe-j
r:iil Crown, in diamonds surmounting the iuitia:? :
L. N ," a'so in fine bii .hints. The wln'.eis
LCiiutiimiv niiisneu, ana wa piactu in a iu. roc-(
co case, vitutiie idlers ju. . m.goiaou me
Mi-. Evans ha been several times called to
different capitals of Germany, (Vienna. Munich
and Stutgard,) to operate on the teeth of tho
members of the Royj.1 famijes. He and li
biotl.er have the most I ri li nt and lucrative
practice which has ever leen enjoyed iu their
irofession, in the French capital, by any individ
ual or partners.
Later from' Santa Fo.
Iit5PE'DENCE, Mo.. April 20. The Santa Fe
mail," in charge of Mr. Rape, an ivcloii tiie 18th.
The party met with'no molestation, thouuh they
Baw numerous bands of Indians on the route.
Lieut. Heth, in command of the military post
at Fort Atkinson, hid determined to attack the j
Uieyonne Inaiaus, tul was i,u:y wainwguu me
uiau nau passeu.. . iui. uuv. y.y "..v.
murdered a'discharged coldict on the plains,
and refused to deliver the "murderers to Lieut,
Tho force at the garrison was very insufficient,
tut Lieut. Heth deemed it absolutely necessary
to attempt their chastsiemeut, as they had inso
lently defied him on more than one .occusion.
Th contest will .be rather unequal, and the re
Salt is feared. The government have been guil
ty of gross' Deselect in supplying an "insufficient
force at n fott whore there is so much danger,
tribes. A desD iteh was sentbT L:e it. Hetb, no-
i uuuucii na 11 13. 1 ' J u s . s nn mil .... .
Wjing the Aaiutant of the Sixth Military De-Ln
pwtaeat of the difficulty aad circumstances.
Siamesf. Twins -These celebrated person
ag now re siding in tin state of Nrih Carolina.
wl14.ro tlu'v-'-ari! !ivin:r in married life.-the wife of
-ne having had six t hildren. "ml fliat of theoth
cr five, in all eleven, the Boston A this states hiv
nniK U u ed their intention of making a tour oj
the r i.ciplc cities of the United, States and
Europe for exhibitirn. and will make their first
appeal ancg in B. ston some time in April.
At the Catholic church, in Ehnal)nrg. or
Tuesday. April 20. by Rev. "M." OorUvtt. Mr
Jkki-.mi u Fagax, and Miss. Maht-Mills, all oi
this !ti:rpu:h, '"" " " ..,'. ,
r DJED :
At tho residence of his father, in Canihri:
township, on "Friday evening? 15th inst., Robkkt
.1., nn of Bi hard and "Elizabeth Thomas, ape I
15 years and i mouth.
At the rejtidenee'of her mother, in Ebensburg.
onSiturdar, Hith hist., Moselle Clara Ccji-
mix?. aged six years.
On Sun 1 iy evening. April 21. nfter an il'nes
of one week, at the residence of Mrs. Oresswell.
in Gayspnrt. Blair county. M ari Jane, daugh
ter of the late Silas and Lucretia Moore, aged
twenty two ears.
Death should eome
Getit'v t one of gentle mould, like thee.
Asligh? winds wandering through groves of bloom.
Detach the delicate blossoms from the tree.
Close thy sweet eyes calmly, ami without pain.
And we will trust in Go I to see thee yet again."
It is a sad duty to chronicle the death of one
so young, so full of hope and expectation, so
! rich iu all the attributes which adorn and heau-
is a presence
missing from their side, and they
mourn bit erly for one who has gone into that
mysurious hereafter, from which no friendly
hand Can b'-ckoii anil no wail of woe call her
h c l ytt tj,.lt plve ,nu,t ,;0 1:i;.sni tj
Ualu.e t ,.ttll,litv. tie inevitable dee,
1 rovmence must be submitted to. even tl
uffeiing. Fair, bright, and lovely was the da
which witnessed the transferring of the depart
e l from the habitation of the living, to her last
home in the sih-nt mansion at the dead. Thus,
sometimes, as in h r death, has the brightest
day a cloud, causing mourning in the affliction o
an iir. parable joss. iSui.bright ever be the day
above, an 1 given and flowered the vines which
shall clamber ovi r the j . r..ve of innocence and
fcil ol' iuiiscs
T down for trial at a Couit id' Common Fleas
toT)elield at Ebenstmru. for the county nt
;ambria, on Monday the 7th day of June, A.
T Campbell & Co
Putts & KopelFu
SECOND W EEK.
Domi lly's adin'rs
Rubisou et nl
Kinsel for use
l'ots et al
ll i'.'iison et al
Wtts et al
Ki ig et ul
yi". Man amy's
Bra w ley
King et al
R. L. JOHNSTON, I'rolhonUary.
F'-othonoti-rv's Ollice. "t
Ebensbnrg. April 28. 1853.
Hxtliaiifjc. ZIof el,
1-62.1, Camhii Conn tyi Pa.-
THE undt r-igtied respectfuity informs thepr.b
lic that he is now prepared with every requi
a. to for their accommodation, and will exert ev
ery iiort to reiidi r h:s house an attractive and
eomfoi tibie stoj.pin.' i.hice: His table will :1-
be mi j j lit d with
son atlot-iis. and li.s liar Stocked with
o:" 'Aines and Liquors. '
e.ii etul uml attentive hostler will have
charge ot the stables, lie respecttully so lcits
a share of patr -nage.
April 2S. 18532;
t. H EBSTER,
Attorney at Law, Ebenshurg- Pa.,
V tiria, Blnir
e in the several Courts of Cam-
ami Indiana coiintits. All pro
fessional business in trusted to his care will be
promptly attended to. ...
Office on Main tt.eet opposite Dr. Win. Lem
oo's otlice. ......
. Ebenshurg, April 28, 1853 27.
PL4.NK B0AD LETTING.
BALED PROPOSALS will he received at' the
oflic -of the Rbehsburg and ! Susquehanna
,,1;ink K(m Cm.,iu, UIll
p, fhe h j - . Mji
i. f. ..
until 6 o'clbtk; P. M:; of
iv nest, for the clear
ing, trading, masonry, and laying the plank and
6tii.'.gers of nine miles of the said road.. " : 1
I'lanS and specifications will be exhibited at
tlie Company's office for three d ivs" prior to the
day of letting. By order of the Board. -'
. WILLIAM K1TTELL, Sec.
Ebensbnrg,- April 28 27--4t. ; .
Cambria Couuly Medical Society. .
N adjourned meeting of the Cambria County '
,1 Medical Society, will he held at Ebensburg, I
m tiwv4 ... ,.,. w . . . . ... v. ... . r .
Medical Society, will be held at Lbensburg,
Tuesday next (May 3d) at 7 o'clock, P.. M.
WM. A.'SiUTH, Rc. Sec. 1
E&easbur;r &, Su-.quPiinnna. Plank
Xotice to Stockholders. .
THE Board of Managers of the Ebenshurg nnd
Susquehanna I 'lank Road Company have as
sessed ci'J.50 on raeh shre Mibscribed to the
s iid road, to be paid on or bef..re the 20fh day
of May next; and the sum of -So. 00 per share to
be paid n or before thp 2-lth day of each sue
ceeding month. The above instalments are re
luii ed to le paid t't 11 Shoemaker. Esq.. T'reas
surer of the Company, residing at Ebenshurg.
Dv order of tho Iload,
WILLIAM K1TTELL, Sec.
Ebensbnrg, April 21, 1853 2G.
TIE partnership heretofore existing under the
firm of Hutchinson & Webster, in the prac
tice of the Law, has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent. .
Business entrusted to the firm nnd remaining
unsettled, will be attended to and closed by E.
E. HUTCHINSON", Jr.,
C. W. WEBSTER.
Ebensbnrg. April 21. 1853- 2U2t.
i:. SIL B CISIVSO.V, Jr.,
Attorney at Law, Ehensbnrg, Pa.,
Iff ! LL practice in the several Courts of Cam-
bria. Blair and Indiatia counties. All pro
fessional biisiin ss entrusted to his care will be
promptly atteii'led to.
Office on Main street adjoining his dwelling
Ebensbnrg. April 21. 1853 2-3m'.
IETTKBsS ,,f administration having been grant
J ed the undersigned -y the Register of llrad
ford cotuity. Fa., on theestato of Daniel O'Keefe,
late id said county, deceased; nil persons in
debted to s lid est ate are h't eby. notified to maka
immediate payment to the und rsigned, nnd
those having claim will present them properly
authenticated for settlement.
CATII All IN;. O'KEEFE, )
JKBEMIAH A II EARN, V Adm'rg.
JOHN FLYNN, j
April 14. 1853 25-f!t.
Bradford Reporter copy and charge adm'rs
trgfJolin F'ytin will be at Gallitzin, Alle-
rbeny Tunnel. Cumbria county, for some weeks,
to whom accounts will 1k presented, and who
will receive all amounts due tlie estate in this
Xotlce in I-sir(i!ion.
To William A. Yickrov, George Vickroy, Geo.
Gettvs and Mary his wife. Moses Marshall and
M-'tilda his wife. Louisa Vickroy. William Han
cock and. Charlotte his wife, formerly Charlotte
.u-k. ami l.dwiii .. ickroy: you and each of
you are hereby notified that an inquest will be
held in the premises described in the writ, on
Monday, the 30ih day of Mav next.
A'U(.CTIN DC 11 BIN, Sheriff.
April 1 I, 185325.
A C A ll I.
A. YEAGLEY having permanently located
in .lenerson. t amnria county, respecttully
ten lers his professional serdces to the citizens
of the place and the surrounding country, in
the practice of Medicine and Surgery.
Office on Main street, where he can always be
found and consulted, except when absent on
Jefferson. April 14. 185325.
I N Election of Trustees of the Ebensbnrg Acad-
emy. by the stockholders thereof, will be held
at the Sheriff 's Office, "pn the firjit Monday in
Mav next, at G o'clock, 1 M .
M. IIASSON, Secy.
Ebensbnrg, April 14, 1853 25-3t. ,
ETTERS testamentary having been granted
o the undersigneo by the Register of Cam
bria county, on the estate of Samuel McMullen.
deceased, late of Allegheny township, said conn-I
ty ; all persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediato payment, ami those
having claims will present theni properly au
thenticate'!, for 3 ttlement.
Allegheny tp., March 31. 1853.
J.UIEN HE LI,
. SHI3I1T, OAMISRIA CO., IA.,
HAS the pleasure of announcing to all who,
would secure the best bargains to be offered
in this county, that he is again in the field with
one of the largest, cheapest, and most carefully
sclecte-d stocks of
I'all ami VJ:ilcr Goods !
Ever brought to Cambria" county-, all of which
have been purchased within the last few days in
Philadelphia and New York, with particular re
gard to the wants of this Market. 1 again fling
hiy banner U the breeze, inscribed with my old
Quick Salc3 and Email 'Prots. .
I confidently invite the attention of purchas
ers to my stock, which will be found unusually
larire, varied and attractive being full and com
plete iu every department. Everything new,
fashionable and desirable wiil be found c"mtri
eed in my assortment.... .Particular attention is
solicited t new and beautiful styles of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
which I have just received of late importation,
fn Gents' wear I defy competion. and confident
ly invite an examination of one rf the .largest,
cheapest and l 8t selected stocks. "f ready made
clothing, cloths, cassimeies. &c, cv r brought
to Cambria county'; comprising 'all colors, and
qualities, which I ill sell cheap and warrant to
give satisfaction. Also, crips, bonnets, ' .
BOOTS AKI) SHOES,
of tlie best qualities and latest styles, together
with queeusware, bar i ware, groceries, salt, books
BQThe highest market price paid for all
kinds of Produce. - - ;'- ' -
': November 11; 1S52.
I LL pei
ersors having any" business to' transact
the estate of Cornelius McDonald. Esq.;
deceased, are hereby notified that I am the only
person nuthorued to attend to the same.
'; ; ; RACHEL McDONALD.
. April 21, 1853 2C3t. ,
ETTERS of Admiiiistratitm have been grant
J e-d to the undersigned, by the Register ot
Cambria county, upon the estate of James Rhey,
dece8ed- All persons indebted to said estate
are re-questcd to make immediate payment to
us, and those having claims will present them
properly authenticated for settlement. .
SUSAN' RHEY, Administratrix.'
ANDREW J. KWEY r4dministrator.
1 Ebensburg, October 21, 1852 tf. .
- . .
II LOUR Bacon always on nana, aria we
I1., have just received 0 barrels oest wnisitej
for eule oa commisaico
IVORY & CO.
. Harrisburg, Pa.
MAJ. JOHN BRADY, rroprictcr.
April 10, 1851. ly
J. B. Kiles, at
xMACUCTTC & RAIGITL,
Importers nnd dealers in Forevrn and Domesin
HARDWARE and CUTLERY. No. 121 North
Third Street, above .I'm re.
E. V. MACHETTE. ABM. II. KA1CUKL.
April 24th 1851. ly :
rItAl &. WALTOK,
Wholesale dealers Tn Hardxcart. Cvtlm, Kails,
J-c., No. 203 Market Street. . above 5th",
April 10, 1851 ly
' J Successors to Rodneys,
Wholesale dealers in finoU trr.d Shors, Dctinet
and Straw Good, No 17. North 3d Street,
April 10. 1851. 'y
91ICII.4CL. TTARTMAIV & CO.,
Wholesale Tobacco. Snuff, and Stgar Manufac
tory, No. 173, North Third Street, three doors
M. WAftTMAV, JOSEPH D. SORVER.
April 21, 1851. ly
Wholesale dealers in Wines and Liquort, which
they are prepared to furnish cheap to merchants
and hotel keepers. : Warehouse 208 Market St.
July 1st, 1851. ly
DR. THOMAS C KU.YTIXC,
Has reuwve l his o.Iijj ti Nj. 1 1 Siuth Sev -enth
street, above Chestuut.
April 2i, 1852. 7-tf 20
J. T. UTS If r:).V. J. C. IIOfKlX.
jo ii y. risiitcx
Wholesiile dealer in yueentuore, Chinaware,
lllassware, Jc, No. 245 Market Street,
April 10, 1851 ly . .
AXDUEW ' DOA'OUGilE, (
Justice of the Peace, nd Scxivener, Summit, Pa.
Will attend pron"piy to collections, or other
business entrustc i to him. Legal instruments
of writing, drawn with accuracy aud dispatch.
January 1, 1851. . ; -
John Parker. James H. Parker
J.illX PARKER & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, dealers in Flour and Bacon.
Foreign Wines .and Brandies, Old Monougahela
and Rccticd Whiskey.
Io. 5, Commercial Bow. Liberty Street,
riUhlmis, Pa. .
March, ll, 1852 ly.
OEO. LIPriKCOTT. WM. TROTTER. EDMOXD BACON
GEORGE LIPIMXCOTT & CO.,
Have constantly on hand a full assortment ot
Teas, Wines, Liquors and Groceries generally.
No. 17 North Water Street, and
. " - Uo. 13 North Dolaware Avenue,
January 27, 1853.
,.' : i
JOHN jl'nCVITT. WlLtlAM MUEV1TT.
JOI1V M'DEVITT & riRO.,
Wholesa grocers and dealers in Foreign and
Domestic Liquors, Rectified Whiskey. Flour, Ba
con, Fish, Chee'se. &c, &c. No 311. Liberty
street, opposite the head of Smithfield, Pitts
burgh, Pa. w
December 23, 1852 0-tfj.
, j. McELIIAUE,
155 Karket Street, N. E. Corner of 4th,
j I'll ILA DELPHI A.
Manufacturer nrd Wholesale Deafer in all of the
various new kinds and 6tyles silk, fur, brushJ
wool, Panama, straw and chip Hat : siik, straw,
braid and Lice Jionnets; artificial flowers, furs,
&c, which vill be sold cheaper than the cheap,
est. ! Feb. '52, HMy-
ItXECnLEXl & FEATHER,
Wholesale dealers in Roots. Shoes.. Uonnetsi
and Palm Lsif Hats, No.'lSu N'o'rth Third Street
(opposite th4 Eagle Hotel,)
February 20, 1S52. ly
Jamej Dougherty, ..at
REIihOLD. LJ AbSI & CO.,
Wholesale and retail dealers in Tobacco. SnnfT
and Cigars, warehouse at the South west corner
of Third ani Race etreets, Philauolphia, lately
occupied by Ludvvig. Kneeoier & Co.. keep con
stantly on bind a large and well selected stock
of the most celebrated brands of
CHEWING T0SACC0, IMPORIED CIGAES,
Domestic citiars, and Snuff, which they offer f'-r
sale on as favorable terms as any house iu the
city. Orders promptly attended to.
September 23, 1852 4 U-ly. " '
The Subscriber having leased the Public
House, formerly known as the. American House,
No. 18 S. Sixth Street, between Market and
Chesnut Streets, has changed the name cf the
same to . . . . ,"."'
THE C ) LCilEHCIAL HOTEL,
Begs leave to inform his friends and the Pub
lic, that this house has undergone a thorough
remodelling, repairing, repainting and repaper
ing, Irom attic to basemen . An entire new oat
fit of furniture, bedding, Ac, &c, has been pr
cured from the most eciebrated Manufactures iii
this city. .
From the central location, and its close prox
imity to the Railroad Depots. Steamboats' Land
ings, Places of Amfise-nient. Fashionable Thor
oughfares and Public Squares, it eifl'ers induce
ments to the Merchant .visiting the city on busi
ness, or the Traveler seeking 'pleasure. To fam
ilies and females visiting the city, every facility
will be offered, and every comfort regarded to
make their visit agreeable and pleasant.
A share of the public patronage respectfully
JACOB G7 LEBO, : ' JARED IRVIS.
j . ' Superintendent. Proprietor.
October 21, 1852 52-Gra v .s
r" Adaais & Co,4i Express..
J? ,B. CRAIG, agent will forward all packages
of EoodB.or.jnoney .."daily except Sunday to
all the principal cities in the Union, and ail ih
towns ou the Railroad between Philadelphia aud j
Pittsburg. V; "' " ' ' ' " e' j
Z( "kags assorted nails for sale at the store
of - . - GEO. J AOiuJutvo.
of tl e Sei tit el t-f-tt
ft vTr t:tllt Ol Ulll fir.d 11.-
vrr wsttlits iiiid fine jeR
clry. Gold Iver watches full
Silver Lever watches full jewelled, 1U.00
f ihtr Oylii.do- I fcuj tmrrts 12.(X!
Silver Qui;rtitrs f.00
Alsoa fine Hteortmcnt of eight day end thir
ty hour clocks. .
N. B. Clocks. Watches, and Jewelry repaired
at shortest notice, and wfrrntcl.
WILLIAM B. nCDEON.
April 20. IFi'o.
MClIAEIi DA.V HIAftKIIAX,
Attorney at Law, Etertbnrgr, Pa.
Office in the Court House, up stairs.
Jr.uuary 1, 1851. ly
Attorney at La-y. rbenshurg, Pa.,
Will practice in the several courts of Cambria .
Blair, and Huntingdon counties. Cermans c:.t.
consult and receive iidvic.e in their own language.
, O.Tice op)po8ite the ourt House, formerly oc
cupied by R. L. Johnston, Esp
Ebenshurg. Febru 1853 ly.
SAMUEL C. 1Y1CARD,
Attorney at Law, ElensbuTE, Pa.
Will practice in the several Courts of Cam
bria, Blair and Huntingdon counties. Germane
can receive advice in their own language. Office,
on main street two doors east of the Exchange
Hotel. . .
May 8. 1851 ly.
GEORGE 31. RCCD.
Attorney at Law, Ebensbnrg, Pa.
Will practice in the several Courts of Cambria,
Indiana, and Westmoreland counties. Office oil
Cei'lre nt., vdnii p Gin. M'Lcnald's dwelling.
.Ton. is. 8..l 1t-
U .k.bJAII KITTELL,
Attorney at Law, Eben&burg, Pa.
Office on Main Street, in the office lately oc
cupied by G 'ti. Jos. McDonald.
January 15. 1852.
tiiomas c. mioyvi:l,l,
attorney at Law, Hollidaysburg, Pa.
Will attend the several Courts of Cambria
county, as heretofore. Oflice one door west of
Wm. McFailand a cabinet wartroom.
January 1, 1851. Iy
TVL. II EVER,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown, Pa.
Office on Main street, two doors cast of the
March 13. 1851 ly -
CYIllS E. PERSUING,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown Pa.
January 30, 1851 ly.
Allegheny. Portage Rail Road
I LL persons having claims ngrfinpt the Tortage
Rail Road for materials furnished ,rior,to
the 1st day of December hist. will, present them
to F. 11. West. Esq., late Superintendent, to be
certified previous to Slay 1st, as he designs go
ing wej-t at that time.
JOHN ROSS, Supt.
April 14. 185325.
David T. Storm,
Notary Public, Scrivener and Conveyancer,
JOHNSTOWN, CAMBRIA CO. PA.,
II'ILL also attend to his duties as Justice. Le
l gal instilments of writing, such as deeds, n
jjreements, " F ore ign Power of Attorney. &c,
drawn up accurately. Collections entrusted to
his l itre will j ec' ive strict attention.
May 13, 1852 SO-tf.
Justice cf the Peace, Ebenshurg, Pa.,
Will attend promptly to all collections entrus
ted to his care Oflice. adjoining his dwtdling.
Decern. 24, 1851 11-tf. .
HoUidaythurg, ElairCo , Pa,;
The proprietor assures the public that no exer
tioiswill be wanting. on his pal t to re nder his
house home-like to those who call with him, ant!
solicits a share of public patronage.
April 20, 1S52.
I LL kinds of Lumber taken in exchange for
AL Furniture, at the Ware Rooms of
M'FARLAND A SON.
Hollidnysbnrg, April 29, 1852.
CARROLLTOU..- IXOl SE,
Carrolltown, Camb-ia Ccunt7, . Pennsylvania.
The und.r-igned is prepared to accommodate
in the best kind of style R who way favor
him with a call, and hopes by strict attention to
'business to merit and receive n share of public
patronage. HENRY SCANLAN.
may SO, 1 852.-31 -tf
LEWIS W. BROWX,
Fashionable Barber and Hair Drcescr.
In the basement story of Davis A Co'., we.rc
room- - , ,
Ebensburg, May 1, lS51.-ly.
N. B. Shampooing done, and razors hond h.
a superior manner. - -
Ceorgo Hhey. Levi Matthews. Villiaa Ehbe
RX2EV, MATTHEWS &. CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS and Commission,
Merchants, Dealers in all kinds of Produce ane'
nttsburg Manufactures, No. 77 and 7'J Water
Pittsburgh, Pa. .
April 3. 1851 Cm . -
J'ILK, Hair Lace, and Pedal Bonnets, rear1.
and Pedal Flats, Pearl and Palm Leaf Hats.
and for sale by ' DAVIS A LLOYD.
Lbvi.sburg. June 17, Ica.
2000 pounds wool, huttcr, eggs wanted by
- J. MOORE
" sciiaoi. iiuuiiS!
A general assortment of BOOtCS, such, as are
used m our couiuion schools, lor tiie by .
DAVIS A LlA) YD. t
anted by J. MOORE caah in exchau
V ? - for goods, or otherwise. .
A la6, Oils, L'aints and Drugs of -allkindt
at .- - . J. Moort's.
-Star, Snerm and .culd Candle-s lcr salt
at the Brick Store of J. MQ0RE.;
1EEBIFIC TXILCSICN ON MX. 104, P.R. X.
1 MILE IKE tiO.OOO
lVIio!raie end Retail Try Cood2
TIHE Subecribf r Lsve juft rc-ocired from thft
eastern citier, nt:d tare new offering for ntl
the largest end test Felcfted Mock of Goodi
ever hhown in thin cr the mijoining counties. th
stock coiiH-f.ts in pert of Dry Goods, such a
French, Fnplish, aud American, e'etks, cassi
mers, Satinils. Tweeds, pilot clctLs, satir, Vft
lencia and ether veMirps, slipacae, mouB-dc-lairs,
l:omlB7inrs, and Itdlra elrcsi goods cf
cvfry description; shawls, lu.r.'lkrrchifcfs. BcripS.
cravats, tiblets. r?t t.s, gloves and hosiery of
all kinds, table linen drapers, crash, red. white
ar.d ycll.-.w Cannr ls, linscy. canton Canned. Man
kits and coverlets, hickory shirting, Irish li icn.
and whits pnntfs of every description ; laces,
ecp:r.i'f insert:rp3, &c., &c. Hats, caps, .Ben.
nets, boots and ehoea. hardware, qneenswore,
i:lasswi re, T-ai's. fiour and Fait ; fish, and iron
Alo n eple-hdid '8srrTmcn of gvoccries, dru?s.
paints and lye Ptuffs. All of which wo offer
;t lower prices than goods hnre ever been sold
in the country. All kind of country produce,
lumber, railroad tics, rgs, flaxseed, Ac, &C,
taken in er.chnr.pp. , . .
We will wholesale ir of the abcTO splendid
selection of goods, to country ir;erchaat8 t c;tj
prices, putting cnly on a nomini.1 f gur for K
R. M ORANN & REILLT.
Section 104, November 4, 1852.
DEALER in staple and faucy dry grxscls fre
ceries, whole sale and retail fish ; hardwsr
Mini cuttlery ; guns, nails, bar-irou, sheet-iron
sheet-zinc, ttovesof all kindt, Kove-pipes and
. sl.Btt-iron ware, tin ware, copper and brass
kettles, &c, &c.
Grain, wool, butter and ether country produc
bought and sold,
A denier in white pine, pot lar, nsh nnd cherry
lumber ; lumber always bought, and a lar
quant'ty consiai.tly on hand for sale.
Cash always paid for lumber cut to crder Of
such as suits the present demand of the market.
A large lot of new goods as embraced in ths
above libt just. received and more opening for
sale at tne lowest market price.
September 23, 1652 4'J-tf.. .
Xcvcr Fading Daguerreotypes t
THE citizens cf thisplr.ee and vicinity have
now nn opportunity of having cood and last
ing pictuns. taken at the Aca.lemy Buildimt-
Ladies und Gentle men, whether, you want pic
tures e-r not., call and examine specimens and
reference b, and see the greatest variety of ca
ses .ever brought to Ebenshurg. Our instru
ments tire.e ntirely new, of the first claes. sod
you cannot but admire the Camera ; and the
pictures taken with it.. Call soon, asfuthersr
raiigeinents prevent our remaining her but fup
a limited time. . II. G. TETTER.
Ebenshurg, March 17, 1853 tf.
Th nnbRcriber would resnectfullv inform his
friends and customers, that he has received and
is now opening, at the store room formerly oo
i-iiT.;td hv Richard Lewis. dec'cL. a larca and '
general assortment of goods, consisting is part
?!" nnnns. aTtocEltlES. nARDYTARB-
Queeusware, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Ac., aU
of which be is determined to. sell low either " for
cash .or approved country produce. Hs solicit
examination of his stock.' and is confident he
can sell e.heaper than the cheapest. - : -
n v. v w r
May 8, 1851 30-tf
Xcw Chair Manufactory.
The citizens of Ebenshurg and vicinity are
uformcd that the very place to purchase
CHAIES, SETTEES, SOCIABLES, AND STOOLS,
of the best manufacture and most elegant finite,
and at lower prices than at any other establish
ment in tlie county, is at the new chair manu
factory, in the shop formerly occupied by David
GLAZISG. HOUSE and SIGN PAIXTIXQ
executed in the beet manner and latest Btyle.
JOHN L. STOLUII.
Ebenshurg, Nov. 27, 1851. Cm. .
THE GRAM HOI SE,
Corner of Pourth and Grant Streets, PitUburtc
THE subscriber has leased the large and well
known Hotel, (late Lnmai tine House,) at the cor
ner of 4th and Grant streets, Pittsburg, which
has been repaired and newly fitted up in all it
apartments, so as to give a larger and more lib
eral accommodation to travellers and hoarders.
His larder will be stocked with the most choice
brands the markets can afford, and his Bar fur
uished with the best. I!c would respectfully sc
licit a 6hare of public p&tr'cnaVje.
April. 15, 185 !y. .
XOTICE IX PARTITION.
CAMBRIA. CO CXTY, SS:
Jr. the matter of the Real Estate cf Jamtt Rhey,
'ate cf Ehenaburg, in sail county, dtccattd.
To Linn Boyd, in d Ann L. Boyd his wife, lata
Ann L Dixon, formerly .".n:i L. F.h3.v, now resi
ding in Padu.Mh. in the S:ate of llcutuckj : Pe
ter B M-Cord and Mary J. his wife, late Mary
J. Rhey. now reading in Linn, 0-iago ccunty,
Missouri. - ; . , . .
Y u and cich of you are hereby notified, that
in uiau.n;:e of a writ of partition rr valuation,
issued out of tho Oi-nhanV Csuift of sdi county.
. nd to me directed, an Inquisition vi'l be h-id
..ii tho Real Estate of the s lid J;mio Rtiey, de
ceased. Htuate in the ccur.ty cf Cambria kfcrel
said, on Monday, the trrmtif -third day of May ntxf,
at 10 o'clock in the fore-iooti cf 6.:id day, fcr
th4 purpose f making pai t.iu:i of the bteuiA to
md among the h iis and b-gal rej rebentntiTesof
said deceased, if the same can be done without
l-rejudico tft or spoiling tho whie. otlierwise to
value and appraise the same according to law;
t which time and place you may attend if you
think proper. . . . .
- A. PCRBIN, Sheriff. ,
Sheriffs Office. Ebensburg. t
April 14, 1853 25-4t.
. Adams &. Co.'s EprrM ,.
IF: W. Ivory A Co. agents wiji f6r ward all
packages of goods or money, dr.ily except Sun
lay, to all the prrucipl cities in the Union and ,
ill the towns ou the Rail Road between Phftad.
.nd Pittsburg. Draft collected from CaMforni.
Drafts sold on Ireland, Engaud or. Scotland,
rum 1 upwards. Money for drafts . must be
fjar. ... . " ' .
' Nov. 4. 1852. .
J. B. CRAIG.
, JAS. D. HVMCLOX.
Couiuision & rorwardlnff.
T'IE-buh.stribcis would respectively' inform -i
he'.r friends nd the public that they are. -'
jovy prepared, to receive and forward all good'-.-oaaigued
to their care by any of the Lines, or. -:y
Central Railroad, and hope that by strict at- f
itntion to their butiinefa that, they will be' eaav '
aled to render perfect satisfaction to all that -will
patroniie tbem. All goods will rvoeive tha :
greatctt caro and attention. v c
-CRA1Q & HAMILTOK,
Jeffcreon," March 15, 1853. . : ' - ? -
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