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The Soldiers of th lata War With Great Britain.
In Philadelphia, on the 15th, & meeting of sol
diers and others connected with the war of 1812,
was held at the county Court House. Capt. J.
II. FistEtt in the chair, Pets Hay and Andrew
Mokeisox, Vice Presidents, and John Frick,
Secretary. After an interesting and eloquent
address from Judge Sutherland, comprising an
account of the proceedings of the Convention of
. the Soldiers of the War of 1812, held at New
York on the 4th inst., the following resolutions
Were unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That we learn with much pleasure that
the Convention of officers and soldiers of the war
of 1812, which assembled at New York on the
4 th of July, have resolved to participate in the
Naiioxal Convention, to be held at Philadel
phia on the 8th of January, 1854.
Resolved. That from the pledges already re
ceived from other States, it is the opinion of this
meeting that the Convention of the 8th of Jan
uary next will be one of the largest and most re
spectable ever held in this city.
Resolved, That with a view to ascertain the whole
number of persons in Pennsylvania, who served
in the war of 1812, it is recommended that meet
ings be held for that purpose in the several coun
ties of this State, during the session of their
courts, prior to the 8th of January next, and
that delegates be elcted at said meetings, to re
present them in the National Convention.
Resolved, That it is important that every sol
dier who served in the war of 1812, in any of
the States of the Union, should obtain from his
captain or other surviving officer, a certificate of
Lis service, in order that he or his heirs may be
ia possesion of satisfactory proof of his indenti
ty. Resolved, That those who served on ship-board
end the sons cf those who served on land or sea,
S well as those who were imprisoned at Tripoli,
be entitled to seats in tho National Convention,
and that they also be requested to obtain certifi
cates of indentity. .
Resolved, That we adjourn to meet in this
place on the evening of the 10A September next,
the anniversary of Perry's Victory.
Resolved, That the several newspapers of the
State be requested to copythe foregoing proceed
ing?, and that the editors of newspapers through
out the Union will oblige the meeting by calling
attention to the Convention on the 8th of Janu
The Lady's Han
lie is described as follows ia the New Orleans
His face ia eternally wreathed with unmean
ing smiles, and when he addresses a lady, it is
always in such a strain of absurd nonsense that
we have often been surprised that a lady armed
with a fan, and so addressed, did not brain the
spot. If the lady's man does, by any possibility,
possess the least degree of common sense, he
takes especial pains to conceal it, for somehow
or other he has taken it into his wise head
that empty sentimentality and absurd nothings
are the only offerings fit for the female mind.
In order to be true to what he conceives to be
the entertainment and amusement of the ladies,
he turns traitor to manhood, and so becomes
epicene himself without a just claim to be class
ed with the male or female sex. His best qual
ities are those which he posseses in common
with certain kinds of dogs to fetch and carry.
Ladies who laugh in their sleeves at the fool,
may not object to the attentions of the servant,
and so, out of mere commiseration allov him to
carry a fan, or escort them to the opera, when
the men of their acquaintance are not accessible. ;
The Lady's man is sufficiently rewarded for at- '
tending them through a whole evening's enter- i
tainment, if they will only drop a smile into the
poor fellow's hat at parting. With this substan
tial blelog he is encouraged to future exertions
in this wide field of musculine. ambition.
If a man's duty to a lady consisted in picking
op dropped pocket handkerchiefs and fans or
twirling her round to the point of giddiness and
exhaustation in the waltz, we should, perhaps,
envy the accomplishments of the mere lady's
A New York correspondent of the Washing
ton Union says that the present Emperor of the
Kussias has long been adapting the mighty le
vers of the government to the multiplication of
eteamers, and their intercourse with foreign
parts. The first vessel of this character was
built in Sr. Petersburgh, in 1815, by Charles
Nicolazewitsch, and was at first employed mere
ly for conveying passengers across to Cronstadt,
cr taking ships in tow. From this period steam
navigation was more and more developed in
Russia, and it it now employed to a large extent
in the Baltic, the Caspian, the sea of Asof, the
Black and White seas, and even in the Pacific.
St. Peters buigh alone has thirty-seven steam
ers, which trade with Cronstadt, Petershof, Or
anienbaum, Schlusselburg, Revel, Helsingfors,
mo, ciocknoim, juuDeck, Copenhagen, Havre,
and London. In the year 1845, a steamboat
eervice was established between Hull and St.
Petersburgh. In the beginning of that year
fifty-four public and private steamers, under
the Russian flag, traded on the Nova and on the
coast of Finland ; Binco 1846, the line between
St. Stettin and St. Petersburgh has been traver
sed by mail steamers.
In that year, 1846, the first steam navigation
company was formed in St. Petersburg. There
are now a hundred and fifty private steamers
under the Kussian flag. Large war frigates pro
pelled by steam, have made their appearauce,
and private and publio 6team vessels are rapidly
multiplying. This memorandum ia not without
itttemt at the present time.
State Exhibition at Pittburgh.
Tht Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania
Agricultural Sociaty is to be held at Tittsburg,
vn the 27th, 28th, 29th, and 30th days of Sep
tember next. The Pittsburg Post says, the ground
lcted for this exhibition is Denny's fields, just
beyond the outer Depot of the Pennsylvania
railroad. This ground is well suited to the pur
pose; of easy access to exhibitors ; and so near
to our city as to insure a full attendance of our
The committee having charge of this matter,
arc making preparations to render this exhibi
tion unusually interesting and attractive. They
invite contributors from other States; and as
the annual fair in Ohio is to be held this year
at Dayton, in the western extremity of that
State, we may expect Eastern Ohio to be strong
ly represented at this great fair in Pittsburg.
It la the third exhibition of our State Society ;
and tfce first held in Western Penn'a.
Of the importance and value of such exhibi
tions, no one can entertain a doubt. They are
designed and well calculated to disseminate a
vast amouut of useful information among far
mers, stock breeders, horticulturists, mechanics,
and manufacturers. They elevate the character!
oi tnose ocoupaucna , awi excuc a eatuiary em-
lation among those great producers of the wealth
Lour country, we consider this fair of more
stance 10 our communuy ana v estern reim
xia, than any and all Crystal Palace" Ex
is. It is a home display of our skill and
in all the occupations that contribute
ivenience and comforts of life, and to
Vmr the Cure
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
"And hy the river, upon the bank thereof shall
grow all trees for meat, tchose leaf shall not fade
and the fruit thereof shall be for meat and the leaf
thereof for medicine.
Here was hope for the sick recorded long ago,
and every year adds new proof to the assurance
that these promises ehall no fail.
As medical Science discovers and designates
the remedies nature has given, one by one, the
diseases that afflict our race yield to the control
of art. Of all the maladies we suffer from; none
has carried more victims to an untimely grave
than Consumption of the Lungs. Subjoined we
give some evidenoe that this too may hp cured,
and that Pulmonary complaints, in all their
forms, may be removed by Cherry Pectoral.
Space will not permit ns to publish here any
nroDortion of the cures it has effected, but the
Agent below named, will furnish our Circular,
free, whereon are full particulars and indispu
table proof of these facts.
Sufferers read judge for yourselves.
For Iiillueiixa. Hud Wheoping Cough
Nashville, Tens., June 26th 1851.
Sir: I have repeatedly used ycur Cherry
Pectoral for Whogpiug Cough and Influenza
and have no hesitation in pronouncing it a com
plete remedy. Four of my children have been
afflicted with these diseases, and the free use of
Pectoral has always afforded almost instant
relief. JAMES GLOVER.
We attest the truth of the above statement.
M. M'GINTY, Ed. of the Nashville Whig.
J. M. ZIMMERMAN, Druggist.
FOR A CONSUMPTIVE COUGH.
PIttsbcrg, Pa., Feb. 25, 1851.
Dear Sir: For three years I have been afflic
ted with a Cough, so distressing that I frequent
ly despaired of recovery ; much of the jime I
was obliged to sit up all night in my chair, as
my cough would suffocate tue when I laid down.
Having used many remedies without much re
lief, I at last tried the Cherry Pectoral, which,
under Providence, has cured me altogether.
I am with gratitude yours,
Tills Is one
hch havee7n acCcdlted i
to Cherry Pectoral.
Albany, N. Y., April 17, 1848
Dr. Ayer, Lowell. Dear Sir: I have for
years been afflicted with Asthma in the worst
form, so that I have been obliged to sleep in my
chair for a larger part of the time, being unable
to breathe on my bed. 1 had tried a great many
medicines, to no purpose, until my physician
prescribed, as an experiment, your Cherry
At first it semed to make me worse : but in
less than a week I began to experience the most
gratifying relief from its use ; and now, in four
weeks, tii disease is entirely removed. I can
sleep on my bed with comfort, and enjoy a state
of health which I had never expected to enjoy.
UJiUKU-t; 8. FARANT,
Commission and Forwarding Merchant.
From the President of Amherst College.
Pnvi'APl IIITPUfdnir f r t r t o.
'I ""i" ullbllliUVil, iU. U., Jj. i-i. U. , OtC.
J. C. Ayer. Sir : I have used vour Cherrv
Pectoral in my own case of deep-seated bronchi
tis, and am satisfied, from its chemical consti
tution, that it is an admirable compound for the
relief of laryngial and bronchial difficulties. If
my opinion, as to its superior character, can be
of anjf service, you are at liberty to use it as
you think proper.
Amherst, Sept. 12, 1849.
Among the other distinguished authorities
who have lent their names to recommend this
preparation as the best known to them for af
fections of the lungs, are :
President Perkins, Vermont Med. College.
Hon. Chief Justice Story, Sup. Bench, U. S. A.
Paof. Valentine Mott, New York.
Prof. Cleveland, Bowdoin Med. College.
Prof. Butterfield, Ohio Medical College.
Canadian Journal of Medical Review.
Boston Medical and Surgical Journal.
Charleston, S. C. Medical Review.
New Jersey Medical Reporter.
Hon. Henry Clay, U. S. Senator.
Hon. G. P. Marsh, Am. Ambassador to Turkey.
uen. Emanuel Amines, President of Chili.
Rt. Rev. Ed." Power, Lord Bishop of Toronto
Rt Rev. Bishop Keese, of the Meth. Epis. Church,
Archbishop Purcell, of Cincinnati, Ohio
Also many eminent personages in foreign
Not only in the more dangerous and distress
ing diseases of the Lungs, but also as a family
medicine for occasional use, it is the safest
pleastantest and best in the world.
PREPARED AND SOLD BY JAMES C. AYER
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
Sold in Ebensburg by Fred. Kittell, and by
Druggists and Dealers in Medicine every where,
August 1U, lbbl 14-ym.
T ETTERS of administration having been gran
Li ted to the undersigned by the Register of
Cambria county, on the estate of Daniel Knep-
per, deceased, late of bummerhill township.
Cambria county, all persons indebted to said es
tate are hereby notified to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims against will pre
sent them, properly authenticated for settle
ment. WM. PALMER, Administrator.
Jefferson, June 23, 1853 35-6t.
The "MOUNTAIN SENTINEL" is publish
ed every Thursday morning, at One Dollar and
Fifty Cents per annum, if paid in advance or
within three months ; after three months Two
Dollars will be charged.
No subscription will be taken for a shorter
period than six months ; and no paper will be
discontinued until all arrearages art paid. A
failure to notify a discontinuano at the expira
tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid
ered as a new engagement. - -
tsm. ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted
at the following rates: 50 cents per square for
the hrst insertion; 75 cents for two insertions;
$1 for three insertions ; and 25 cents per square
cor every subsequent insertion A liberal reduc
tion made to. those who advertise by the year.
All advertisements handed in must have the
proper number of insertions marked thereon,
or they will be published until forbidden, and
charged in accordance with the above terms.
E-All letters and. communications to insure
attention must be joet paid. A. J. RHEY.
A C1B0. - -
DR. A. YEAGLEY having permanently located
in Jefferson, Cambria county, respectfully
tenders his professional services 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.
SUMMIT. CAMBRIA CO.. IA.
AS 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
selected stocks of
Fall and Winter Goods !
Ever broueht 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
my banner to the breeze, inscribed with my old
' Quick Sales and Small Profits.
I confidently invite the attention of purchas
ers o my stock, which will be found unusually
largej varied and attractive, being full and com
plete jLn every department. Everything new,
fashionable and desirable will be found embra
ced in my assortment. Particular attention is
solicited to new and beautiful styles of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
which I have just received of late importation.
In Gents' wear I defy competion, and confident
ly invite an examination of one of the largest,
cheapest and best selected stocks of ready-made
clothing, cloths, cassimeres, &c, ever brought
to Cambria county ; comprising all colors and
qualities, which I will sell cheap and warrant to
give satisfaction. Also, caps, bonnets,
BOOTS AKD SIIOKS,
of the best qualities and latest styles, together
with queensware, hardware, groceries, salt, books
8J,The highest market price paid for all
kinds of Produce.
November 11, 1852.
IT MUST GO IUUAI.
KEEP THE WHEELS IX MOTION!
OR GOOD AND CHEAP BUGGIES call
the subscriber, at his Buggy and Sleigh Man
uiactory, which is now in operation m all its
various branches, in Duncansville, four doors
west of the Mountain House, where all will meet
with good work and as cheap as it can be made
ALL WHEELS ROUND.
Just call and see the work if you do not want
it, for it is worth looking at, His buggies and
sleighs are as neat and strong, and alittle better
than you generally get in this country. Far-
r J - to v mvs vw out, uivucj,
P"ChaC "7" J
usva wild t,iu ouu bco ma worn., ue win give
you as much for your produce in work as you
can get any where. In short, any person wish
ing a durable, neat, cheap and comfortable arti
cle in his line, should give him a calL
Duncansville, May 5, 1853 28-3m.
Wholesale and Retail
Summit, Cambria County, Pa.
Coa.ta, vests, pants, hats, caps, shirts, hand
kerchiefs, cravats, boots, shoes, carpet-bags,
irunKs, sc., sold cheap for cash.
Summit, May 19, 1853 30-tf.
DR. GEO. B. KELLEY
AFFERS his services to the citizens of Jeffer-
U son and vicinity, in the practice of Medicine
and Surgery. Office next door to Mr. Lytle's
Jefferson, May 26, 1853 31-tf.
Valuable Farm for Sale.
THE subscriber offers for sale the farm he now
resides on, situate in Carrol township, Cam
bria county, three miles from Carroll town, con
taining about 250 acres, about 100 acres of
which is cleared and under good fence. There
is an excellent apple and peach orchard on the
property, composed of a varied assortment of
productive trees. The buildings consist of a
two-story hewed log house, a tenant house, and
two good barns. The wood land is well timber
ed with cherry and poplar, and there is a good
saw-mill seat on the property. If desired, the
farm will be sold in two parts, each having erec
ted thereon suitable buildings. Application will
be made to the undersigned, residing on the
premises, who will make the terms of sale easy
and give an indisputable title to the purchaser.
Carroll tp., June 2, 1853-p32-2m. .
In the Orphans' Court
of Cambria county,
Penna. The Common
wealth of Pennsylva
In the matter of the es
tate of James Rhey, de
ceased. nia to Linn Boyd and
Ann It. Boyd, his wife,
Peter B. M'Cord and
Mary J. M'Cord, his
I wife "
CAMBRIA CO UNTY.SS. '
You are hereby cited
io oe anu appear Detore the Judges of our Court,
at an Orphans' Court, to bo held at Ebensburg,
on the first Monday of September. 1853. at ten
o'clock in the forenoon, then and there to accept
or reiuse 10 tase tne lieal Estate of James Rhey,
Jt J A t
ueceasBu, at me appraised valuation put upon
ii Dy an inquest duly awarded by the said Court,
and returned by the Sheriff on the 6th dav of
Witness the Hon. Georee Tavlor. President of
Baiu oure, at iDensburg, the tenth day of June,
Ebensburg, June 30, 1853 36-6t.
Tft LABORERS are wanted to work on t
OX) Ebensburg & Susquehanna Plank Road, to
wnom gooa wages will be given.
GLASS & HUTCHINSON, Jr.
Ebensburg, June 2, 1853.
Always on Hand.
fl TONE WARE, Earthen ware, Nails, Cast-stee
U ana Salt, for sale by
DAVIS & LLOYD
May 12, 185329.
Peter Livcrgood, Esq. ) Common Pleas of Cam-
vs. y bna county No, 67 June
Andrew J. Eckels. I Term, 1853.
Ejectment a lot ground situate in the borough
of Conemausrh, in said county, known in the
plan of said borough by the number thirty-five,
situate three perches in front on Haynes street,
and running back to M'Kee's alley. And now,
to wit, 7th June, 1853, on motion of Jaa. Potts,
Esq., Court grant a rule on Defendant to appear
and plead on or before first day of next term. A
true extract from the record - ; .
R. L. JOHNSTON, Prothonotary.
Ebensburg, July, 7, 1853 37-3 1. J
THIS WAY FOR GOOD AND
Wiri, be opened this week at the brick 6tore
of J. Moore, in Ebensburg, a general assort
ment of cloths, cassimeres, satinetts, tweeds,
ahd a great variety of summer goods,
Together with any quantity of prints, delaines,
lawns, cashmeres, ginghams, lustres and other
ALSO A LARGE
and good assortment of hardware, queensware,
saddlery, clothing, stationary, drugs, &.c, c.
Persons wanting boots and shoes, hats and
caps, or ready made clothing, will find it to their
advantage to call at the
. Brick. Store.
Tho subscriber, thankful for past favors, ear
nestly requests his customers, and the public
generally to at least call and examine his stock;
and if he cannot suit every person in quality
and price it is not his fault. Produce and lum
ber of all kinds taken in exchange for goods;
and he also takes CASH when offered.
Ebensburg, April 28, 1851.
ROBERT KERRY. ROBERT GAI.BRA1TU.
TUE subscribers would respectfully inform the
citizens of Ebensburg and the public gener-!
ally, that thoy will .carry on the Coacn Making,
including the Smith work, at the Machine shop
formerly occupied by Mr. Anderson, in the
rear of E. Hughes' store; where by using
none but the choicest material, and employing
none but the best workmen, they hope to con
vince all that will do them the favor to examine
their work, that in point of durability, appear
ance or cheapness, it cannot be excelled by any
similar establishment in the State or elsewhere.
Persons wishing a bargain in the purchase of a
carriage, will consult their own interests by
giving them a call. They are prepared to fur
nish the following kinds of Vehicles, viz:
Buggies of different qualities and prices, Ba
rouches, Chariotees, one and two horse Rocka
ways, close quarter Eliptic and C-spring Coach
es; second hand work of different kinds, &c,
making a variety that will suit ail tastes and all
purses. Repairing done with neatness and de
spatch. Ebensburg, June 2, 1853 32.
Admiiils traoM's A'otice.
ETTERS of administration upon the estate of
i Daniel Hollen, deceased, late of White town
ship, Cambria county, having been granted to
the undersigned by the Register of Cambria
county, all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against said estate, to pre
sent them properly authenticated for settlement.
THOMAS HOLLEN, Administrator,
PHEBE HOLLEN, Administratrix.
White tp., June 23, 1853 35-Ct.
The subscriber would respectfully inform his
friends and customers, that he has received and
is now opening, at the store room formerly oc-
1 1 T-l 1 T . . .
cupieu uy wenaru rewis, aec a., a large and
generalassortment of goods, consisting inpart
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE.
Queensware, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes. &c. all
of which he is determined to sell low either for
cash or approved country produce. He solicit
examination of his stock, and is confident he
can sell cheaper than the cheapest.
GEO. J. RODGERS.
May 8, 1851 30-tf
New Chair Manufactory.
mi . i m -w .
ine citizens oi x.oensDurg ana vicinity are
nformed that the very place to purchase
CHAIRS, SETTEES, SOCIABLES, AND STOOLS,
of the best manufacture and most elegant finish.
and at lower prices than at any other establish
ment in the county, is at the new chair manu
factory, in the shop formerly occupied by David
GLAZING, HOUSE and SIGN PAINTING
executed in the best manner and latest style.
JOHN L. STOUGH.
Ebensburg, Nov. 27, 1851. 6m.
LETTERS of Administration have been grant
ed to the undersigned, by the Register of
Cambria county, upon the estate of James Rhey,
deceased. All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment to
us, and those having claims will present them
properly authenticated for settlement.
SUSAN RHEY, Administratrix.
ANDREW J. RHEY, Administrator,
Ebensburg, October 21, 1852 tf.
J. B. CEAIQ. JAS. D. HAMILTON.
Commission & Forvraxdiiigr.
THE subscribers would respectively inform
their friends and the public that they are
now prepared, to receive and forward all good
consigned to their care by any of the Lines, or
by Central Railroad and hope that by strict at
tention to their business that, they will be ena
bled to render perfect satisfaction to all that
will patronize them. All goods will receive the
greatest care and attention.
CRAIO & HAMILTON.
Jefferson, March 15, 185tf.
Ebensburg', Cambria County, Pa.
fTIHE undersigned respectfully informs the pub
I lie that he is now prepared with every requi
site for their accommodation, and will exert ev
ery effort to render his house an attractive and
comfortable stopping: place. His table will al
ways be supplied with every delicacy the sea
son affords, and his bar stocked with the best
of Wines and Liquors.
A careful and attentive hostler will have
charge of the stables.' He respectfully solicits
a Bhare of patronage.
April 28, 1853 27-tf.
A fresh arrival of Boots, Shoes, Summer
Hats, Caps, Fancy Gimp and Florence Straw
Bonnets, Powder, Gun Caps, Shot, Lead, &c,
received this day and for sale at the cheap store
June 26, 1851.
2000 pounds wool, butter, eggs wanted by
11 OOL, Butter, and all kinds of Grain,
W v ' taken in exchange for goods at
J. Moore's store.
The highest price paid for wool at the store
GEO. J. RODGERS.
WHISKEY, White Lead, and Linseed Oil
for sale by J. Moore.
40 Barrels Concmaugh Salt for sale by '
For the highest prices arc paid for hides
skins and tanner's bark in either trade or cash by
neatly and expeditiously executed at this Office
$50O CHALLENGE. ,
WHATEVER concerns the health t nd happ
nets of a people is at nil times of most val
uable importance. I tak"it for granted that
every person will do all in their power, to save
the lives of their children, and that every per
son will endeavor to promote their own health
at -all sacrifices. I feel it to be my duty to sol
emnly assure you that xcorln's, according to the
orinions of the most celebrated Physicians, are
the primary causes of a large mnjority of dise
ases to which children arrd adults are liable : if
you have an appetite continually changeable
from one kind of food to another, Bad Breath,
Pain in the Stomach, Picking at the Nose, Hard
ness and Fullness of the Belly, Dry Cough,
Clew Fever, Pulse Irregular remember that all
these denotes verm, and you fchould at once
apply the remedy :
Ilobeusacli'tf Worm Syrup.
An article founded upon Scientific Principles,
compounded with purely vegetable substances,
being perfectly safe when taken, and can be
given to the most tender Infant with decided
beneficial effect, where Dowel Complaints and
Diarrkcsn have made them weak and debilitated
the Tonic properties of my Worm Svrun are
such that it stands without an equal in the cata
logue of medicines in giving tone and strength
to the Stomach, which makes it an Infallible
remedy for those afflicted with Dirprpsia, the as
tonishing cures performed by this Syrup after
Physicians have failed, is the best evidence of
its superior efficacy over all others.
THE TAPE WOEH !
TL is is the most difficult V?"orm te destroy of
all that infest the human system, it grows to
almost Indefinite lencth hpenminff n cr,;ii..i
Fits, &c, that those afflicted seldom if ever sus
that it is Tape Worm hastening them to an
earlv crrave. In order to ( Mtmv !,; Wnr ,
c. .-v..., .
wouia theretore be proper to take G or 8 of my
taver I'lus so as to remove all obstructions, that
tne norm feyrup may act direct upon the Worm
which must be taken in doses of 2 Tablespoon
iuus a times a day these dsrections followe
have never been known to fail in curing the most
obstinate case of Tcve Worm.
Hohsnsack's Liver Pills.
No part of the Eystem is more liable to dis
ease than the Liver, it serving as a filterer to
purify the blood, or giving the proper secre
tion to the bile ; so that any wrong action of
the Liver effects the other important parts of
he system, and results variously, in Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, &c. We should,
therefore, watch every symptom that might in
dicate a wrong action of the Liver. These Pills
being composed of Roots $ Plants furnished by
nature to heal the sick : Namely, 1st, An Ex
pectorant, which auguments the stcretion from
the Pulmonary mucus membrane, or promotes
the discbarge of secreted matter. 2nd. An Al
ternative, which changes in some inexplicable and
insensible manner the certain morbid action of
the system. 3rd. A Tonic, which gives tone and
strength to the nervous system, renewing health
and vigor to ail parts of the body. 4th, A Cath
artic, which acts in perfect harmony with the
other ingredients, and operating on the Boweln.
ana expelling the whole mass of corrupt and vi
uaieu matter, ana punlying the Blood, wluc
destroys disease and restores health.
TO P E JI A L ES .
Yo will find these Pills an invaluable medicine
in many complaints to which you are subject.
In obstructions either total or partial, they have
been found of estimable benefit, restoring their
iuncuonai arrangements to a healthy action
purifying the blood and other fluids so effectu
H . . .A 13 I a .11 , - ...
miy w pui io uigui an complaints which may
arise iroin iemaie irregularities, as headache
giddiness, dimness of sight, pain in the side
None genuine unless signed J. N. nobensack.
an omers Demg Dase imitation.
J6fcayAgents wishing new supplies, and Store
Keepers desirous of becoming Agents must ad
dress the Proprietor, J. N. Hobensack. PhilaJel
t or sale by Murray, Zahm & Co.. and E.
Hughes, Ebensburg ; A. Durbia, Munster : John
ston, Johnstown ; McCloskey, Summitville : E-
noch Rees, six miles we6t of Ebensburg ; and
by every respectable dealer in the State.
Keyser & McDowell, wholesale a cents. No
I4U ood fctreet, Tittsburg, who will supply
agents ai me proprietors prices.
B,Price, each 25 cents ! !
July 22, 185.
ST0151VS CIIEJIICAI, IIA1H IX
V1GU11ATOR. This delightful and popular article in the best
preparation for the hair which long experience
and scientific research has produced, either as
an article for the toilet, or its beneficial effects
in all the diseases to which the human hair is
liable. It will impart to the roughest and coar
sest hair the most beautiful appearance, entire
ly cleansing it from all impurities.
But while we assert that it is tho best article
for the toilet of those who wish to retain the
hair in all its youthful
LUXURIANCE AND BEAUTY,
it must not be forgotten that in all diseases of
the hair or scalp, such as the falling of the hair
dandruff, pimples, or sores on the scalp, &c., it
is, perhaps the article which has given decided
satisfaction in every instance where it has been
Its operation in cue of baldness is peculiarlv
acuve, so inai, in numerous, where otiit-r nine
dies have been tried in vain, STORR'S CHEM
ICAL INVIGORATOR has superseded the orna
ments of art, by reinstating, in full plentitude.
tho permanent gilts and graces of nature. It
is possessed of a character wholly differing from
the Oils, Grease, Restoratives, &c, which are
now so numerously foisted on the public, under
the pretence of being newly discovered for bald
ness, gray hair, &c.
has now been tested for years, and its efficacy
has been proved by thousands, Every year its
reputation and sales have increased, until more
of it is consumed annually than of anv other
preparation for the hair ever offered to the Amer
ican public. It is compounded on strictly sci
entific principles, and the proprietor will stake
his reputation on its efficacy.
Its extraordinary cheapness places it within
the reach of the humblest family, and its con
ceded value insures it a place on the most luxu
For sale by the proprietors price 25 cents.
C P. AMET & CO, -
120 Arch street, one door belw Sixth.
For sale by Fred. Kittell, Ebensbure : James
Bell, Summit ; G. Mnckerhide &Co., Johnstown.
December 16, ISoiZS-ly.
WM. DAVIS. ' JOHH LLOYD.
Sails & Lloyd,
Having formed a partnership in the
Would respectfully solicit the patronage of their
friends and the publio generally.
Call and see us at. p old stand of William
April 20, 1852.
.ATJITDICE, DYSPEPSIA, HR01TIC ow
THE SIDNEYS .
ising from a dis
ordered liver or sto
mach, such as cons'iipa
- tion, inward piles, fullness cr
blood to the head, acidity of t' e
stomach, nausea, heart-burn, dht
for food, fmlaess, orwrigbt in theebaiA
sour eructations, sinking or flutterin .mV '
of the stomach, swimming of the hSad
ried and difficult breathing, fluUer'itr
at the heart, choking or suffJca
t:ng sensations when in a liv
ing posture, dimness of
vision, dots or webs
before the sight
pain in the head difficiency or perspiration vfc1
lowness of the skin and eyes, Ln 71
the side, back, chest, limbs,
ic, sudJen flushes '
of heat, burning in the flesh
constant imaginings of evil and preat
depression of spirits, can be effectually cured ly
CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS,
DS. C. 1L JACXSOrf,
At tlic German Medicine sldrc
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
. .arpoicer over the abort distases is not excelled
xf equalled tf anv othtr
.ufed AlaUs. as the cures atlrt ,
fvlphncians had failed.
vIida. viwj m ir f
CBtioil of diVci SfS LwS ao Sir S3"
! : . t . . . . sser plana
won,., u.uj u iiver and lesser pland
exercising the meat searcLicg powers in fak
nes3 and affections of the digestive organs ti
are withal, safe, certain and tdeasanf ' 7
i'.vc-: the effect is immediate. Th.w .
administered to female or infant with tfety aaJ
reliable benefit at any time.
Look -cell t3 the marks of the Geaaica
Tbey Lave the written signature of C M
JACKSON upon the wrapper, and LiS taint
blown m the bottle, without which tbeyare 'txi-riou-.
For sale Wholesale and Retail at the Cera-n
Medicine Store, No. 120 Arch 3treet, one door
below Sixth, Philadelphia ; and by respctille
dealers generally tLrough the country.
To enable all clases of invalids to enjoy tie
advantages of tbeir great restorative powers
Single bottle 75 cents.
-For sale by Frederick Kittel Druggist Ebens
burg; James Bell, Summit; O. Muckerburf &
December 16, 1852
Wholesale and Retail
TIN, COPPER, AND SHEET-IE02T,
M A2V t FA C'TOi Y.
The subscriber adopts this method of rett
ing thanks to his friends and the public gener
ally, for the liberal patronage heretofore bestow
ed upon him, and begs leave to inform them that
he has enlarged his business, and now keepg
constantly on hand a large supply of every va-
iTinVre Stove IXT Dripping I'ar.s,
Zinc Boilers, Coal Buckets, Tea Kettles, At., Ar,
which he will sell, wholesale or retail, allow tt
any other establishment in the country.
He is also prepared to mni1r.1.f e.,.v
for houses, at the shortest notice, and on the
most reasonable terms. Merchants and others
desirous of purchasing bills
pectfully invited to call, as he is prepared to sell
them coods equally as chen aa .., v.. ..!
either east or west, and all orders addressed to
him will be promptly attended to.
IN Ebensburg, at the warehouse of the undtf
1 signed who has on hand iLnd wilt n . t-
STOYES OP ATT. TTVTn
consisting of Globe ; Flat Top. complete T7-
fory, complete ; Complete Cook th v, v
plete ; Cooks Favorite ; Delaware Cook AV-
e ; Union Coal Burner, Parlor stove ; Rot
, do : Bar Room, conl ctn.a . m .1.-. t.
test style and pattern which cannot be excelled
or equalled. Come and see them. nd Wt fnn
get to bring your wife along if you have none
brin your ladv-love.
Job Work of every descrint; innA An t.
shortest notice. Old copper and Mirfpr tt-n
in exchange for ware.
The undersigned hopes, bv a nirc nttpntinn
to business, to receive a liberal share of puWlo
patronage. GEORGE IIARNCAME.
Ebensburg, July 8, 1852.
THE undersigned informs his customers that
the firm of Bynon & Johnston ia disoed
by mutual consent, and that the subscriber still
continue the business in the room recently oc
cupied by the old firm, where he will be happy
to see his former patrons and as many new
ones as please to call. He receives regularly
from New York and Philadelphia the latest
fashions and cannot be beaten either in the
shape or lit of Coats, Pants or Vests, by any
other Tailor in the country. He respeetfully
ask the public to give him a call, and con
fident his work will recommend itself.
EgAll kinds of country produce taken in
exchange for work.
April 23, 1S52 tf.
DEALER in staple and fancy dry goods gro
ceries, wholesale and retail fish ; hardware
and cuttlery ; guns, nails, bar-iron, sheet-iron
sheet-zinc, stoves of all kinds, stove-pipes and
shset-iron ware, tin ware, copper and brasS
kettles, &c, &c.
Grain, wool, butter and other country producs
bought and sold.
A dealer in white pine, poplar, ash and cherry
lumber ; lumber always bought, and a large'
quantity constantly on hand for sale.
Cash always paid for lumber cut to order or
such as suits the present demand of the market
A large lot of new roods as embraced in the
above list just received and more opening for
sale at the lowest market price.
September 23, 1852 49-tf.
SCHOOL BOOKS !
A general assortment of BOOKS, such as Wff
used in our common schools, for sale by
DAVIS & LLOYD.
Adams & Co.'s Express.
JB. CRAIG, agent will forward all packages
0 of goods or money, daily except Sunday to
all the principal cities in the Union, and all th
towns on the Railroad between Philadelphia an
liifiltiiis medicine will rum I u. r, i , .'
, J and Dyspepsia, no one cun doubt after nsinc j
-! stated. It acts SL.ecifical! v nr.on f ;B c,.i ,
i. , . . mi j- w . ivuiuij pi: J
i IlVfr it ia nrfi.f., Ma 1 -
i r vmuiuci in tiii r.