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Ood Bave the Commonwealth,
ricflnination of General Election.
pursuant to an oct of General Assembly of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled, " An act
icdating to tho elections of this Common wcrltb,"
approved the second day of July, Anno Domoni,
one thousand eight hundred nnd thirty-nine, I,
AL'GUSTIN DCRBIN, High Sheriff of the county
of Cambria, in the State of Pennsylvania, do here
by made Vnown and give notice to the electors of
the county aforesaid, that a GENERAL ELECTION
will be held in -the eaid county of Ciunbi ia cu the
eeond Tnodav, (and 11th day) of October, ISoU,
at -which time State and Bounty officers will be clcc-
Ono person tIl the office of Canal Commission
er of the Commonweaitn 01 rtnus)'-
One pernor to fill the office of S upreme udge ot
the Commonwealth of Feiinsylvauiu.
One person to fill the oGice of Auditor ucncral of
the I oinmonweaith of Pennsylvania.
One person to fiU the office of Surveyor General
Cf the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
One person in connection with tho conn 'iei of
Blair and Huntingdon to fill the ofhee of Senator
in the Semite of Pennsylvania.
"Vo" persons in connection with the counties of
Bedford and Fulton to fiil the office of member of
the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania.
One person to fill the office of Treasurer for Cam
One person to fill the office of District Attorney
1;t Cambria county.
One person to fill the office of Commissioner for
One person to fill tho office of Surveyor for Cam
One parson to fill the office of Auditor for Cam
Tn nursuiir.ee of said act, I also hereby make
known and give notice, that the places of holding
the aforesaid general election ia the several election
districts within the said couuty of Cumbria, arc as
follows, vix :
The Electors of the district composed of the bor
ough of Ebenaburg, to meet at the Court House in
The Electors of the district composed of tho towa
thip of Cambria, to meet at the Court House in the
borough of Ebeusburg.
The Electors of the district composed of the bor
ough of Loretto, to meet ut the School House in said
The Electors of the district composed of tue
township of Allegheny, to meet nt the School
House in the borough of Loretto.
Tae Electors of the district composed of the bor
ough of Johnstown, to meet at the Mansion House
iu said borough.
The Electors of the district composed of the bor
ough of Conemaugh, to meet at School House num
ber one in said borough.
The Electors of the district composed of the town
eliip of Conemaugh, to meet at School House num
ber thirteen in said township.
The Electors of the district composed of the town
ship of Carrol, to meet at School House number
three in said township.
The Electors of the district composed of tbetown
thip of Clearfield, to meet at the house of John
Pouglass in said tawusbip.
The Electors of the district composed of the
township cf Jackson, to meet at the House of
. Henry Ragar in said township.
The Electors of thedisuicteomposedof the town
ship of Richland, to meet ut the house of Jacob
Hiring in said township.
"-The Electors of the district composed of the
townsnip of Blackiick, to meet at the house of B.
I'. Davis in said township.
Tho Electors of the district composed of the
township of Summerhi'.l, to meet at School House
number one in the town of Jelkrssu, iu said town-
The Electors of the district composed of the town
ship of Susquehanna, to meet at tho house of
Matthew Conrad iu said township.
The Electors of the district composed of the
township of Washington, to meet at the Mchool
House situate at the foot of Plane No. 4, in said
Tho Electors of the district composed of the
township of White, to meet at School House num
ber one in said township.
I make known that by an Act of Assembly, pas
sed the 1Mb day of April, A. 1. 16-j1 entitled, "An
Act to provide for the election of Judges of the
several Courts of this Commonwealth, and to regu
late certain Judicial Districts it is provided
That the qualified voters of each of the several
counties of this Commonwealth shall at the next
general election, at the times aud places of elect
ing representatives, and whenever it shall hereafter
become necessary for an election under this act,
in l under the constitution of this Commonwealth,
vote for five persons at the first election, and at ev
ery e'.eetii n thereafter, us many as shall be neces
sary under the provisions hereof to serve as judges
of the Supreme Court of this Commonwealth, one
person to sorve na president judge of the judicial
district in which such county shall lie, and two
persons to serve as associate judges of the several
courts of such county.
Sec. 2. That the qualified electors residing with
in the jurisdiction ot" any district curt or other
court of record now existing or hereafter to be cre
ated by law, shall at the general election, and
whenever thereafter the same shall be necessary,
at the times and places for holding such election
within their respective election districts, vote for
one person for president judge of such court and as
many persons for associate judges thereof as shall
be required by law.
Sec. 3. That the judges of the Supreme Ccurt
and the president judges of all other courts of re
cord and the associate judges of the District Court
and the Court of Common Pleas of the city nnd
County of Philadelphia and the District Court of
the county of Allegheny, shall be learned in the
law, and all the aforesaid judges shall be qualified
electors of this Commonwealth and shall be other
wise qualified as required by the second section of
the fifth article of the constitution of this Common
wealth. Sec. 4. Thnt the election for judges shall be held
and couducted in the several election districts in
the same manner in all respects as elections for
representatives are or shall be held or conducted,
and by the same judges, inspectors and other offi
cers ; and the provisions of the act of the General
Assembly, entitled " An act relating to the elec
tions of this Common wealth," approved the second
day of July, one thousand eight hundred nnd thirty
nine, and its (several supplements, and all other
like laws as far as the. same shall be in force and
applicable, and shall be deemed and taken to apply
to the elections for judges: Provided, that the
foresaid electors shall vote forjudges of the Su
preme Court ou a separate piece of paper and for
all other judges required to be learned in the law
on another separate piece of paper.
I also moke known and give notice, as in and bv
the 13(h section of the aforesaid act I am directed
that every person, excepting justices of the peace,
who shall hold any office or appointment of profit
or trust under the government of the United States,
or of this State, or any city or incorporated district,
whether a commissioned officer, or agent, wdio is
or shall be employed under the legislative, judicia
ry, or executive department of this State or United
States, or of any city or incorporated district and
also, tfat every member of Congress, and the State
Legislature and of the select or common councils
of any city, commissioners of nny incorporated dis
tricts, is by law incapable of holding or exercising
at the same time, tho office or appointment of
judge, inspector or clerk of any election of this
Commonwealth, aud that no inspector or judge, or
other officer of any such election, shall bo eliigib!e
to any office then, to be voted for."
Also, that in the fourth section of the Act of As
sembly, entitled, ' An Act relating to elections and
for other purposes," approved April 16, 185D, it is
enacted that the aforesaid 13th section shall not be
constructed as to prevent any militia officer or bor
ough officer from serving as judge, iaspector or
clerk ; at any general or special election in this
Alao. that ia the 61st section of the said act it is
enacted thnt "every general and special election
shall be opened between the hours of eight and ten
In the forenoon, and shall continue without inter
ruption or adjournment until seven o'clock in the
vening, when the polis shall be closed.
The general, special, city, incorporated district
and township elections, and all elections for elec
tors cf president and vice r resident of the United
States, shaTl be held sad conducted by the ia.-p c
tors and judges elected as aforesaid, and by clerks
appointed as hereinafter provided.
"No person shall be permitted to vote at any
election, as aforesaid, but a white freeman of the
ace of twenty-one years or more, who shall have
resided in this State at least one year, and in the
election district where he oners to vote at least ten
days immediately preceding such flection, and with
in two years paid a State aud county tax, which
shall havo been assessed at least ten days before
the election. But a citizen of the Uuited States,
who has previously been a qualified voter of this
State, and removed therefrom and returned, and
who shall have resided in the election district, and
puid taxes as aforesaid, shall bo entitled to vote af
ter residing in this State six months. Provided,
That the white freemen, citizens ef the United
States, between the ages of 21 and 22 years, and
have resided in the election districts ten d:iys as
aforesaid, shall be entitled to vote, although they
shall not have piid taxes.
No person shall be admitted "to vote whose
uanie is not contained in the list of taxable inhabi
ituuts furnished by the commissioners, unless, First
he produce a receipt for the payment, vuhm two
years, of a State oi county tax assessed agreeably
to the constitution, and give satisfactory evidence
on his own oath or affirmation cf another, that he
has paid such a tax, or on failure to produce a re
ceipt shall make oath of the paymcut thereof, or
Second; if he claim a right to vote by being an elec
tor between the age of 21 and 22 years, he shall de
pose on oath or affirmation, that ho has resided in
the State at least a year before his application and
make such proof of his residence in this district as
is required by this act, and that lie does verily be
lieve, from the accounts given him that he is of age
aforesaid, and give such other evidence as is re
quired by this act, whereupon the name of the per
son so admitted to vote, shall be inserted in the al
phabetical list by the i nspectors and a note maue
opposite thereto "by writing the word "tax," if he
shall be admitted to vote by reason of having paid
tax, or the word " age." if he shall be admitted to
vote by reason of such age shall be called out to
the clerks, who shall make the like notes iu the
list of voters kept by them.
" In all cases where the name of the person
claiming to vote is found on the list furnished by
the commissioners nnd assessor, or his right to
vote whether found thereon or not, is objected to
by any qualified citizen, it shall be the duty of the
inspectors to examine such person on oath ns to
his qualifications, and if he claims to have resided
within the .State for one or more years, his oath
shall not be sufficient proof thereof, but shall make
proof there by at least one competent witness, who
shall be a qualified elector, that he has resided
within the district for. more than ten days next
preceding said election, nnd shall also himself
swear that his bonatide residence iu pursuance of
his lawful calling, is within the district, and that
he did not remove into said district for the purpose
of voting therein.
" Every person qnalified as aforesaid, nnd who
shall make due proof, if required, of his residence
and payment of taxes, as aforesaid, shall be admit
ted to vote in the township, ward, or district in
which he shall reside.
" If any person shall prevent or attempt to pre
vent any officer of any election under this act from
holding such election, or use or threaten any vio
lence to any such officer, shall interrupt or im
properly interfere with him in the execution of his
duty, or shall block up the window, or avenue to
any window where the same may be holding, or
shall riotously disturb the peace cf such election,
or shall use or practice any intimidating threats,
force or violence, with design to influence unduly
or overawe any elector or to prevent him from vo
ting or restrain the freedom of choice, such person
on conviction shall be fined in any sum not excee
ding five hundred dollars and be imprisoned for
any time not less than one mouth nor more than
twelve months, and if it shall be shown to the court,
where the trial of such offences shall be had, that
the person so offending was not a resident of the
city, ward, or district, or township where the said
otfence was committed, and not entitled to a vote
therein, then on conviction, he shall be sentenced
to pay a fine of not less than one hundred nor
more than one thousand dollars, and be imprison
ed not less than six months nor more than two
Pursuant to the provisons contained in the 57th
section of the aet first aforesaid, the-judges of the
aforesaid districts shall respectively take charge of
the certificate or return of the election of their re
spective districts, and produce them at a meeting
of one judge from ench district at the Court House
iu the borough of Ebenshurg, on the third day af
ter the day of elections being fur the present year
on FRIDAY the 11th of OCTOBER next, then aud
there to do and perform the duties required by law
of said judges. Also, that where a judge by sick
ness or unavoidable accident, is unable to attend
said meeting of judges, then the certificate or re
turn aforesaid shall be taken charge of by one of
the inspectors or the clerks of the election of said
district, who shall do nnd perform the duties re
quired of said judge unable to nttead.
Given under my hand at my office iu Ebeusburg,
the 8th day of Sentember, A, D. 1853, and of the
Independence cf the United States of America, the
Sheriff of Cambria county.
Sheriff's Office, Ebenshurg, )
September 11th, 1853.
Hide, Oil, and Leather Store.
No. 21, South Third Street, between Market and
Chesnat Streets-, Philadelphia,
HAS constantly on hand and for sale, Dry and
Dry Salted Spanish Hides, Dry and Green
Salted Patna Kips, Tanners' Oil, 'fanners' and Cur
riers, TOOLS, at tho lowest prices and upon the
JCHiJ"' All kinds of Leather in the rough wanted,
for which the highest market prico will be given in
cash, or taken iu exchange for hides.
Efcgj-Leather stored free of charge and sold ou
May 13, 1S03.
4 NTIIONY YOWINKLE respectfully informs the
Jt. public that he is now prepared, as the law di
rects, with every requisite for the " accommoda
tion of strangers and travellers" at his new stand
in the Northern Liberties of Ilollidaysburg, and
respectfully asks for a share of custom. His ta
ble will at all times bo supplied w ith the best the
market affords, and his bar stocked with the best
wines and liquors.
The larger Hall can be rented by the Jay
or night, and a Piano and I'liinlsi furutstietl.
fczf German wines and Lager Beer kept con
stantly on band.
Ilollidaysburg, May 6, 1853.
Hell, Joltstosi, Jack, &. c:0.
(LATE BELL, JOHNSTON, & CO.)
Office of Deposit, Discount, & Exchange,
AT llOLLLDAYSBURG, PA.
JAMES M. BELL, Robert B. Johnston, aud Wil
liam Jack are the Retire Partners, who alone
transact the business of the firm.
A. P Wilson,
OTHEU PARTNERS ABE
Win. Dorris, Jr.,
Win. P. Orbison,
of Huntiugdon, Pa.,
T. C. McDowell,
Wm. M. Lloyd,
R. M. Lemon,
Geo. It. M'Farlane,
Samuel W. Rhodes,
John Cresswell, Jr.
Aiex. ill. Lloyd,
Baker & Watson,
of Gaysport, Pa.,
John Miller, of Temper-
anceville, Blair co. Pa.
of Ebenshurg, Ta.,
of Indiana, Pa.,
S. II. Smith,
of Johnstown P
John Neff, Samuel Dean, James M. Johnston, Wil
XgOthcrt may and will be added.&3
Collections made in all parts of tho United States
Drufts furnished on Philadelphia, Pittsburg, &c.
The usual rate of Interest, in such cases, paid on
Deposits for 3, 6, and 12 months. Otaer Deposits
received payable on demand.
Ilollidaysburg, July 16, 1852.
CASH wiJ be paid for 4000 or 6000 pounds
wool, by HUGHES & WHERRY,
This way for Good and Cheap Goods.
7ILL be opened this week at the brick store
of J. Moore, in Lbensbnrg, a general assort
ment of cloths, eassimcres, eatiuetta, tweeds, and a
great variety of Hummer goods.
Together with any quantity of prints, delains,
lawns, cashineree, ginghams, lustres and other
ALSO A LARGE
and good assortment of hardware, qucensware,
saddlery, clothing, stationary, drugs, &c., &c.
Persons wanting boots and shoes, hats and caps
or ready made clothing, will find it to their advan
tage to call at the. s j
The subscriber, thankful for p.ist favors, ear
nestly requests his customers, and'the public gen
erally to at least call and examine li s stock : and if
he cannot suit every person ill quality and price it
is not his fault. Produce and lumber of all kinds
taken in exchange for goods; aid he also takes
CASH when offered. i
) J. MOORE.
Ebenshurg, April 2K, 1S51. !
KUIIEIIT KEIIBY. ROIUBT UALBltAlTll.
loat h 3lainifactiry.
raillE subscribers would respectfully inforoi the
JL citizens of Ebeusburg and the (ublic generally,
that they will carry on the Coach) Making, iuslu
diug the Smith work at the Machise shop formerly
occupied bvMr. Anderson, iuthe rear of E. Hughe's
Store ; where by using none but the choicest n.ate
rial, and employing none but
they hope to convince all that
till do them the
favor to examine their work, thaP.u point of dura
bility, appearance or cheapness, it cannot be excel
led by nny similar establishment in the State or
elsewhere. Persons wishing a bargain in the pur
chase of a carriage, will consult tk-'irown interests
by giving thein a call. They ore prepared to sup
ply the fallowing kinds of Vehicltfl. viz:
Buggies of dill'erent qualities and prices, Barouch
es, Charioteea, one and two horse vockaways, close
quarter Eliptic and C-spring Conolies; second hand
work of different kinds, &c, unking a variety that
will suit all tastes and all purses, 1 Repairing done
with neatness and despatch.
May 20, 1853. !
. The rant Hoikc,
Corner of 4th and Grand sts. Pittsburg.
fllllE subscriber lias leased the targe aud well
JL known Hotel, (late Laniartinollouse,) ut the
corner of 4th and Grant streets, Sttsburg, which
has been repaired and newly fittej up in all its
apartments so as to give a larger nd more liberal
accommodation to travellers aucljboiirders. His
larder will be stocked with the mosj choice brands
the markets can afford, and his Bart'urnislied with
the best. He would respectfully eficit a share of
public patronage. j
Sept. 8, 1852. SB. PERRY.
St. Charles UotI,
Corner of Third and Wool Sta.
rfHIS fine establishment, having pome into the
-1- hands of a new Proprietor, lers great in
ducements to the traveling comnuriity ; mil ulso
to regular boarders. Every delitC3" and luxury
will be provided in iU season ; amjfno pains will be
spared to make this Hotel a comfcrtable home to aif
who may call there.
W S. CAMPBEtL, Proprietor.
Pittsburg, Sept 8. 1852. j
Hoots and Slices.
Evans & Jones, j
VTC7"OULD respectfully announce to the public
v that they still continue tl manufacture of
every description of Boots and Soes, for Ladies
and Gentlemen, at their shop, a J?w doors East of
Mr. Carmen's Hotel, where they till be huppy to
see their customers. j
Being practical workmen themielves, and using
none but the very best materials, iey are confident
they can execute work as wejl aulas cheap as any
establishment in the couuty. j .
Mav 13, 1853 j
Wholesale & Retail Tin, Copperi and Sheet-Iron
ware Manufacturer, and Deahr in the fol
lowing1 named Stovts :
Gi LOBE Air Tight Cook, Porble Range. Flat
T Top Complete, Union Air Tiif, Cooks Favor
ite, Bare Cylinder, Delaware Cooi Bar-room, Key
stone, or Independent, Harp camon. New com
plete, Hot Air Parlor, Yictoru complete, Ail
Tight, Complet Cook, Union Coa Burucr.
Ebeusburg, Sept 1, 1852. ;
Fashionable Clothing- Emporium,
Clinton St. Johnstowi Pa.
GREAT attraction at the cornir of Clinton and
Locust streets, opposite the Exchange Hotel
and the M'Millen House, Johnstown, Cumbria co.,
Pa., where the subscribers have just received a
large and fashionable assortment ;f Fall and Win
ter Ready made CLOTHING.
Nov. 4, 1852. JOSEPl GANS & CO.
FKS. W. II AY. W. S. El'SO.N.
Hay &. Etlsoii.
Wholesale & Retail Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron
Ware Manufacturers, and Dcaers in the fol
lowing named Sums :
OOK Stoves, Keystone, Nile Plate, I.ibertv.
Parlor, Radiators, Etna, Stv Franklin, Wa
ne, Irons, Complete Cook, Star Ar-tight, Cast irou
Sinks. Ware Room on caual St. one door below
the collectors office.
Johnstown. Pa. July 14, 1852.
THE undersigned informs his customers that the
firm of Beynon & Johnston b dissolved by
mutual conseut, and that the subscriber still con
tinues the business in the room recently occupied
by the old firm, where he will be happy to 6ee his
former patrons and as many new oies as please to
call. He receives regularly froei New York and
Philadelphia the latest fashions aiJ cannot be beat
en either in the shape or fit of Coats, Pants or
Vests, by any other Tailor in the country. He
respectfully ask the public to give him a call, and
confident his work will recommend itself.
AH kinds of country produce taken in ex
change for work. LEWIS BEYNON,
April 20, 1852.-tf.
Tomb Stones! Tombs Stones!
I ICHARD JONES respecfully informs the pub
V lie that he is prepared to furnish all kinds of
Tomb Stones, of Italian and American Marble, man
ufactured in the latest style, and lettered according
to any directions.
His yard is situated at the south part of the
town, wlirrn .r(ment of articles iu bis
line are always kept -n hand.
From long experience ho fools confident be can
please all tastes, and he therefore hopes to be pat
ronized by a generous public.
June 17, 1853.
AFRESH arrival of Boot, Shoes, Summer II its,
Caps, Fancy Gimp and Florence Straw Bon
nets, Powder, Gun Caps, Shot, Lead, &c, received
this day and for Bale at tho cheap store of
June 26, 1851. J. MOORE.
"V7"OUR hair is falling off, is it? Then call at
JL Kittell's withont delay, and buy a bottle of
Storr's Chemical Hair Invijorator, or you will be
come entirely bald. It is the best Hair tonic now
ETTERS of Administration have been granted
-I-i to the undersigned, by the Register of Cam
bria county, upon the estate of James Rhey, de
ceased. All persons indebted to eaid estate are
requested to make immediate payment to us and
those having claims will present them properly au
thenticated for settlement.
SUSAN RIIEY, Administratrix
ANDREW J. RHEY, Administrator
Ebenshurg, October 21, 1852. tf.
Thomas I. Martin,
House and Sign Fainter and Paper Hanger, Johns
SHOPon the Island, nearly opposite D. Leceh &
Dec. 22, 1852.
A f BARRELS Conemaugh Salt for sale by
(Z rUARRLS SALT just received at the Store of
JJ HUGHES &. WHERRY', Jefferson pi
Ju!t B. '
iieui:lliu. i chi.va!
Goods" Offered at Cost.
ON SECTION 104, Pa. R. R..
THE subscribers being about to remove from
Cambria couuty, otter to eell off all their
large stock of Goods by private sale, in large or
small quantities, to suit purchasers, at jint cost.
The stock consists in part of Dry Goods, such as
French. English aud American clothe, eassimcres,
satinetts, tweeds, pilot cloth, satin Valencia, and
other vestings, silks, alpnecas, musdelaius, bom
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
of every description; 6hawls, handkerchiefs, senrfd,
cravats, tibbets, ribbons, gloves and boidery of all
descriptions, table linen, diapers, crash, red,
white, yellow and Canton flannels, linsey, blank
ets aud coverlets, hickory shirting, Irish linen,
wl itc goods of every description, lacing, edging,
&c, hats, caps, bonuels. bootsand shoes,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Hardware, queensware, glass, nails, flour, -fish,
suit, iron, a splendid stock of Groceries, Drugs,
Paints, and De Stuffs, all of which, we offer nt
lower prices than goods hnve ever been sold iu the
ci utitry, nil kinds of country produce t.ikcuiu ex
change, 6tich as Lumber, R;ii!road Tics, Flax
seed, Rugs, 4c.
N. It. Country merchants will be supplied with
any of the above cplendid selections of goods at
wholesale city prices, putting on only a nominal
figure for freight.
U. M'GRANNS & RE1LLY.
July 21, U,5S-oS-tf.
50CO Hollars Reward.
Cireat Klcilrmcut in Wain I
GEO. J. RODGERS has just received fiom the
cities of Philadelphia aud New York and im
mense stock of New Goods, and now offers to his
old as well as new customers the Largest, Cheapest
and best assortment of SPRING & SUMMER
tiOODS ever brought to the Ebenshurg market.
His stock consists of every variety of Dry Goods
Queeuswure, Hardware, Cedar Ware, &c, all of
which have been purchased with a view to satisfy
the wants of his numerous customers in quality
Gents Wear. Blue, b'ach, brown nud broad
cloths, plain and fancy casiineres, tweeds, summer
cloth, linenp, silks, satin, valeucia and niar;cills
Hats-, Caps, Boots. Shoes. &c.
Ladies' Dress ami Fancy Goods Prints, mous de
tains, ginghams, lustres and fancy colored siiUs,
hobiuet, laces and edging, jackonetts, ribbons, fan
cy silk gimps, &c.
Hardware, cutiery, anl tools of various ki:. Is.
Queens-ware, consisting of many new and splen
Groceries, consisting of coffees, sugar, tea, fifth,
spices, salt &.C.
&?f All kinds ol country produce taken in ex
change for goods Also Lumber, Wool, &.C.
GEO. J. RODGERS.
May 20, 1853.
Itiifiiei i eol piaicr.
W0NDEEFUL IJUPKOVEMENX IN AST 1
A never fading picture can now be gel at the Blair
Co. Gallery, Odd Fellows Ball.
G1 (JORGE W. FISHER takes this method of in
f forming his numorous friends throughout the
county, that he has permanently located himself at
Ilollidaysburg, where he is now prepared to furnish
superior portraits to all that wish a good picture.
After a long and serious time of experimenting
iu the Art, he is now -prepared to take the fiui-st
kind of pictures in all kinds of weather. A visit
to his room and a trial is all that is asked. His
object is to please, and having the best light in the
liorougb, he feelrf that no failure can be made.
Pictures neatly colored and put iu good cases,
from $1,25 to $!0. Children taken in the morn
ing from 1 to 11, iu the short Fpace of one second.
Instruction given iu the art, embracing nil the
improvements, ou the most reasonable terms. Ap
aratus and fixtures for Daguerreot vping furnished.
Ilollidaysburg, Se;.t. 9, l&52.-tf.
Look out for the Lotomollie!
Cash and Produce Store!
in ;m:s &. vin:ititV,
HAVE ut their Store, in Jefferson, a few doors
East of G. L. Lloyd Ac co.'s store a large and
entire new ussortment of Spring & Summer Goods,
which they just received from the Eastern cities,
consisting, in part, of the following articles.
LADIES DRESS GOODS, Silks, Barges, Mous
liu de Laines, Lawns, &c, io. Also, Cloths, Sati
uetts, Tweeds, Drillings, &c.
Ready Made Clothing, of all kinds and very Lest
quality. Give it a trial.
Hardware, Queensware, and Stoneware, of every
variety comprising a large assortment.
STOVES, of every description, always on hand
and warranted. We flatter ourselves ttat we cau
sell Stoves lower than any establishment in Cam
bria couuty, and being located on the Ruil Roud we
cau always secure a supply.
Such as coffee, sugar, rice, molasses, tea, vinegar,
linseed oil. sperm oil, tobacco, fish, suit, syrup, and
every article necessaay to supply this market.
The public is solicited to call and examine our
stock, as we are confident it will admit ol inspec
tion. All kinds of produce taken iu exchange for
goods. Lumber bought at the highest market pri
ces. May 17, 1853.
JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC OR NEE
V0US DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
VND all diseases arising from a disordered liver
or stomach, such as constipation, inward
piles, fullness or blood to the head, acidity of the
stomach, nausea, heart-burn, disgust for food,
fullness, or weight in the stomach, sour eructations,
sinking or fluttering at the pit of the stomach,
swimming of the head, hurried and difficult breath
ing, fluttering at the heart, choking or suffoca
ting sensations when in a lieillg posture, dimness
of vision, dots or webs before the sight fever and
dull pain in the head, difiiciency of perspiration,
yellowness of the skin aud eyes, pain in tho side,
back, chest, limbs, &c, sudden flushes of heat,
burning in the flesh, constant imaginings of evil
and great depression of spirits, can be effectually
CELEBRATED GERMAN HITTERS,
DE. C. M. JACKSOi.
At the German Medicine Store.
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Their power over the above diseases is not excelled
if equalled bj any other preparation in the United
States, as the cures attest, in many cases after skilful
jdtysicians had failed.
These Bitters are worthy the attention of inva
dlis. Possessing great virtues in the rectification
of diseases of the Liver and lesser glands exercis
ing the most searching powers in weakness and
affections of the digestive organs, they are withal,
safe, certain aud pleasant.
That this medicine will cure Liver Complaint and
Dyspepsia, no one cau doubt after using it as stated.
It acta specifically upon the stomach aud liver; it is
preferable to calomel in all bilious diseases the ef
fect is immediate. . They cau be administered to
female or infants with safety and reliable benefit at
Look well to the marks of the Genuine
They have the written signature of C. M. JACK
SON upon the wrapper, and his name blown in the
bottle, without which they are spurious.
For sale Wholesale aud Retail at tho German
Medicine Store, No. 120 Arch 3tiect, one door be
low Sixth, Philadelphia; and by respectable deal
ers generally through the country.
To enable all clascs of invalids to enjoy the ad
vantages of their great restorative powers.
Single bottle 75 cents.
For sale by Frederick Kittell Druggist Ebens
hurg; James Bell, Summit; G. Muckeihide & Co.,
December 16 1852 8-ly.
7"OOL, Butter, and all kinds of Grain, taken
in exchange for goods at
J. AiuUKi. S STOKE.
1HE highest price paid for wool at the stoie of
GEO J. F.0DGER3.
STORK'S CIIIMIICAL. II AIIS. IX VIG
THIS delightful and popular article is ttie beet
preparation for the hair which long experi
ence and ecientific research has produced, either us
an article for the toilet, or its beneficial effects iu
all the diseases to which the human hair is liable.
It will imfart to the roughest nnd coarsest hair the
most beautiful appearance, entirely cleansing it
from all impurities.
But while ve assert that it is the beat article fjr
the toilet of those who wish to retain the hair in
all its vouthful
LUXURIANCE AND BEAUTY,
it must uot l.c forgoltou that in uil disease of U.0
hair or scalp, such ns the filling of the hair dand
ruff, pimple?, or sores ou the tsculp, Ace., it is per
haps the article, which has given decided e:.tislt.o
tion every instance where it has been used.
Its operation in cus-j of baiduess is peculiarly
active, so thnt, in numerous, w here other remedies
have been tried iu vain, isTOUR S CHEMICAL 1N
VIGORATOlt has superseded the ornaments of urt,
by reinstating, i:i f ill plctititudo, the permanent
gifts Mi l gi-uces f nature. It is pos.-.ei-seJ of a
character wholly (littering from the Oil, Grease,
Restoratived, k.c, which are now so numerously
foisted on the public, for baldness, gray h-iir, ic.
fi torr's Invigorator
has now been t-.'-dei for years, and its efficacy has
been proved by thousands. Every year its reputa
tion and sales have increased, until more of it is
consumed annually than of any other preparation
for the hair ever offered to the American public.
It is compounded on 6trictly scientific principles,
and the proprietor will ttake his reputation cn its
Its extraordinary cheapness places it within the
reach of the humblest family, and its conceded
value insures it a place on the moat luxurious tc i I
et, For sale bv the proprietors price 25 cents.
C. P. A. MET & CO,
120 Arch street, one door below Sixth.
For sale by Fred. Kittell, Ebeusburg ; James Beli,
Summit; G. Muckerhide & Co., Johnstown.
December 1(3, l!;."i28-!y.
Gujsott's Improved Extract of
YELLOW DOCK & SARS&PARILLA
IS NOW PUT UP IN THE LARGEST SIZED
Rutt'.cs. nnd is acknowledged to be the best
S A R S A P A R I LL A made, as is certified by the Wov
iiKKFCi. Ct'KFii it has performed, tli orignal copies
of which are in the possession of the proprieter.
Remen'ber, thla is the only TRUE and ORIGINAL
The Metiiela. when ued according to d:rs:tins,
Will Cure, Without Fail
Scrofula or King- Evil. Cancers, Tumors, Eruptions
of the ."?Uin, Erysipelas, Chronic Sore-Eyt-s,
Ringworm or Tetter?, Scald Head Rhe
umatism , Pains iu tho Bones or Joints,
old Sores nnd Ulcers, Swelling
of the Glands, Syphilis, east
of Kidney?, I.uss of Ap
petite, Disease ar
risins from the u?c of Mercury,
Paia iu the Side and Shoulders, General
Debility, Dropsy, Lumbago, Jaundice and Ccstive
t.ess. L t all who wish to purge the blood fr ,m
the impurities contracted from the free indulgeuc
of the appetite during the winter, and to prepare
tlu system to resist summer epidemics, resort now
to " Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock aud Si.rsa
parilia," which is proving itself r.a antidote fvr
many of the most malign-int diseases that flesh ia
heir to, aud they will never be disappointed : for in
this remedy the public faith has never wavered
never can waver; fur it is founded ou experience,
just as their want of faith in other and e'purious
compounds is also f'v'inded on experience. They
fly ironi mineral i.Avfrums to seek hope, life and
vigor, from the partly statable remedy, therefore,
however broken dowirrn health aitd spirits, however
loathsome to himself nnd others, let no one de-pair
of recovery; let the patient only understand that
his hope of pbiJ!cal-restoration lies only in ' Guy
zetfs Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsapurilia"."
and per-uade him. for his life's sake, to try it, and
we ha?2 no hesitation in predicting bin tj eedy resto
ration to health.
Ladies of pale complexion and consumj tlve hab
its, and sneh as are debiliated by those obstructions
which females are liable to, are restored, by the
use of a bottle or two, to bloom and to vigor.
Scrofula and Cancer cured by Ir. Owsotls Extract
of X elloic Dock and Sarsaparillu.
' 1 9
RlTt.KiGF., Granger county, Ttnu.,
J. D. PaKK, Esq..
Cincinnati, O. Dear Sir: It
rives me crcat sail;
:sf:;ct;on to add mr testimony in
favor of 'Dr. Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock and
, to that of tue numerous and highlv
persons who have been benefited bv
My wife has been stiCVi ing for Hie space cf near
ly five years with Scrofula and Cancer, which. I
think, fc-un 1 its origin iu the derangements of the
system peculiar to her tci, wbi! in thc uciui time
she was under the care of the most eminent I'hvsi
cians iu this section of country, without dcriCing
any material aid from their prescriptions.
Upon the recommendation of Dr. Cockcs, one of
our Physicians, who had seen the medicine used
with happy effect, I obtained of your Agents here,
"Messrs. Rice & M'Earland," one bottle of '-Pr!
Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock and Sursaparllla,"
and as my wile found relief from that bottle, ' I
bought Some six bottles, which she has taken with
the most astonishing benefit, for I am pleased to
say it has entiatly cured her, for she has entirely
recovered from her illness, and the Scrofula and
Cnncer are cured sound find well.
Accept my gratitude. Respectful! y,
s2f Bf.isnsrss Ct ntD bi
sott's Extract or Yellow
' f r
yiiE tsu of Da. Gcr
Lock A.sn Sausata-
Faieview, Butler Co., Pn., June 14, 1S-13.
Mb. Joiix Pabk, Dear Sir : I wish to state, that
your excellent medicine. Dr. Guysott's Extract of
Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla hns completely cured
my son, aged seven years, of an aggravated case of
sore eyes. From May till September, four months
he wns confined to a dark room und.;r the care of a
skillful physician who consulted able counsel. He
continued worse for two months when he became
entirely blind. His ryes were so highly inflamed,
ud so very sensitive that when covered with seven
folds of dark silk, he would scream from the paiu
caused by the light of a candle. He had no appe
tite : had taken so much powerful and otreusive
medicine, that I could neither coax nor force him
to take more. He nas reduced to a mere skeleton
aud I despaired of ever restoring his si"ht or
About that time I saw your invaluable medicine
advertised as a remedy for sore eyes, caused by
Scrofula, and your ngeut in this pluce, John Scott,
Esq., recommended it to me highly.
I ourchased a bottle and gave it to my son. I
could see but little alteration in him for two or three
weeks. He then began to improve rapidly, and
before he had taken another bottle his eyes were
Signed, Wm. C Camtbeli..
I do hereby certify that I am acquainted -with
Wm. C. Campbell, aud have seen his son when he
was in the condition represented by him, and have
seen him since and know that he is now in good
Signed, Jons Scott.
E,Price SI per bottle, six bottles for $5
Sold by JOHN D. PARK, Cin., O.
Northwest corner Fourth aud Walnut streets.
Entrance ou Walnut 6treet, to whom all orders must
be addressed. Murray Zahm &. Co.. Ebenshurg,
Moore & Kepler Carrolltown, John Ivory & Son
Summit, Johnston Si Edson Johnstown, E. P. Uil
dibrand Indiana, J. C. Day Blairsville.
August 19, 1853. ly.
HoRidaysburg, Blair Co., Pa.
THE proprietor assures the public that no exer
tions will be wauting on his part to render his
house home-like to those who call with him, and
solicits a ehare of publio patronage.
4 eo. POTTS.
April 2?, 185J.
6UMM1T, CAMBRIA CO., PA.,
HAS the pleasure of announcing to all who
would secure the best bargain to be offered
in this county, that he is again in the field with
one of the largest, cheapest, uud must carefully
Iectcd stocks of
rail and Winter Goods :
Ever brought to Cambria county, all cf wuh.-fc
have lx-eu purchased within the last few days i
Philadelphia and New York, w ith particular reguri.t
to the wants of this Market. 1 again fling Juy ban
ner to the breeze, inscribed with my oidmolto of
Quick Sales and Email FroSts.
I ccr.f.'.Untiy invite the attention of i .rthatc-rf
to Juy .stock, which will be fount! nnuiially
large, varied ml attractive, - being full and com
plete iu every depart lueut. Everything new, fash
ionable ni.d detiral le wid be found embraced in
my iissorti iei.t. Particular attention it Sj'.ivUcd
to new cud beautiful fctvles of
LADIES' DRESS G0DD8,
which I hV'3 just received of l.-ite importation.
In Gents' wvur 1 defy conij t-tion, and confident!
invite un examination of one of the larg-st,chi.p-cst
and best selected blocks of ready-made clothing,
cloths, ca-sMiucre, &c, cv r brought 10 CarnbrU
county ; comprising nil colors and qualities, which
I wiil sell che-nJ warrant to give butiafdctlcn.
Aleo, caps, boifn,
HOOTS AND RHOKS,
of the best qcalities and latent style!", t-.igc-tner
with queensware, hardware, grocerltd, r-lt, U,'..s
KfyThe highest markvt price r.niJ far u!I kixii
November 11, ltT,2.
A .Xctv Arrival cflVatLiic and Je-tia-y.
On the corner of Unton and Loc-rt fets.
riIIE undersigned rtcpectfuily invites the Lui!c
JL and Gentlemen to call and see his n -w and
splendid stock of Watches and Jewelry, which he
has just received from Germany ; warranted to be
solid and pure, and for style and finish it cannot bo
(surpassed. lie has ulso received Jt larg'j r.Esoit
ment of Jewelry from the Eastern citlej. viz :
Gold hunting C-iso watches from $7o tj 10.'
" Patent Lever " " 26 ij & J
Ladies nnclur lever nrd I.epino, t'J id il
Silver patent lever and hunting case
watches from 1' Vj LV
li Anchor Levers dj, frcin 1- to Yi
" Lep'ncs Jo, 10 to U
" CjiiMtiirs do, I to Y
G-.l l miniature crises. Lftdh.-s Gold Bracelet fend
Net k'essts. Ear-ring-). Gold Guard, YV: and F-b
chainR, ttoi l chains for Ladies. l inger ri:.ge, ;o:J
and Silver l'ei'S and Pencils, Silver Sj oo:.s. Sil.-r
Thimbles, Steel, G' rnian and Siivir S; e 'tclej
Port .Monaies, Pen Knives, Silver chains, i;., o."
All of the above articles are v i.rranted to be of
the best material, and will be se'.d lry luic fvr Cai'i.
tloCK and Watch Repairing.
He bus the best Workmen in ti e country i-.i 1.1s
employ, and all work entrusted to h!u will le
protupily attended to.
Ttiaii!:tul f.rpuit tavcr-j l:so.
f the rtve, and is confident l.c
ic-.t a con:!, us
cm give t-ils
to.li to u.i who n.av give him a ca;i.
GEORGE P. LUCKHAP.T.
Johnstown. April 15, lbol'.
Hz t-kit-1 Iluglifs,
DEALT! Pi in staple aad fancy dry g-jj-i gro
ceries, wholesale and retyi! u.-ii ; Lnr!ure
and cutt'.ery ; guns, mils, b-ir-irori. i-hiet ir'ti,
sheet zinc, stoves of nil kinds, s'.ne-i 1; m r.n I
sheet-iron ware, tit wnre, copper and truss kit
Grain, wool, baiter un 1 cl
bought end &c!J.
L-r c-'-utrv i Ja:
..er in while line, .
..r, is iU ut 1
find a !p;v-.
lumber; lumber nlwi'-s Lo.:-.
tit v C tistiutlv ou hau l i..r k..
Cu-ii always paid for lumber c.itto erder
uit-5 the present iniu1 of tne i:.iuct
A larg-i kt of new g-.o-.'s
above list just receive ! : t 1
at ti e lowest market i - ;u.
September 23, Is-".', ;f.
r,s eru'ir.icel la tr.o
re optn.'nj :.i ..'.!
m. w it.v.oih:, c. it. woLrr, n. .k.m.-, olo. s. L'Crr
1 Iiitmor-, Wolfl", &. Co.,
. Is-.poriers and Dealers in Hardware.
Siji cf the Anvil.', -Vo. f-" H-)J si., t'.-s: '
ebon the St. Chert. s .'.. -:,
rriAKI! this method of inf,ru.:n
JL I'ealeiB that thev are now in
; t cf tiiiii
which ha-i been s-.le'.'e 1
c ire from the Manufactoriv.
.-i i- a:
ta il SUtt-t.
Oitr tock comprises a ir.u-.h I :
than is generally kept bv sina'.M-
rer f.ss ,i tiucfct
' i n'.uV.'.sLirii-i.tK
and i-i particularly adapted tj the
C: u .-. : ' y T: zJ:.
11 iving tupriar faculties' fr pi-.
g. jJI It
li without nes:t:tuu tuat vc deiv com-
V.'e are now receiving P.innir.ghfiin kt-d ShtfL-ild
Mannfactu: es. purchased nnd t rwur ied ly one of
the Firm, wh 4r.as been spending t.o.ie liieiiti.s ;:i
Enghind and Germany, and wha will coulinue tj
keep us supplied with Foreign iJai l.curd bought
from C'-st hands only.
Western Merchants are respcot.'ully ir.vtt.-itj n.'
examiurtion of oar stock nnl prices previous to gj
ing further Eastward. Atuoog our assortment wo
be found the following :
."21 doz. Knives au-lVvrks, "1100 doz. Chisi'.i.
pen knives 3.j chscs planes,
scissors i: sheers C200 uoz. files J; I!api
razors ia cases 217 gun locks
silver plated iead tablo Spoons,
German silver " '
shovels nnd spades S5U grosi Eilt i.'ii'
hay and manure forks, 160 " San a
tciiiifcul saws 10 bales Deer' a huir.
400 Mill pitt and cross cutt saws
170!) doi knobs, looks and latches
4201 ' pair trace chains 2c"J0 ' pad chet locks
400 ha!t"r end dog chains, bellows, anvils,
vices, kg and cVil chains, cast, bhecr anl L.ia'.er
450 doz axes, best brands, Ac. "
We arc continuing to make large adiitioa to ti.:
branch of our busiucsi.
Sept. 2, 16oo
1. J. EVANS. . J. V. BtOHt
.lew aud Gt-ntilcs Outdouc.
f"HE well known rui of Evans & lluirhcs wouid
-- respectfully ii form tho citizens of J-.bensburg.
aud vicinity that they have jut xe"civod from tUt
cities of Philadelphia uud New Yolk, aa cxtcniv
Spring aid Summer Clothiig,
of the latest tty le ai.d finish among wbkh may Us
found Cttsimercts, A'f .:c Sattineis, Tweud, Cot
ton and Cloth Coats Sii'i, Sattin, and Fauci- Ves
tings of nil sizes ai.J qualities, together with a
large lot of Cioth,-Tweed, Linnen and Cassitncr
BOYS clothing of every description.
Fur, Silk, JToIeskia, Russhm, Puunuia nnd Chip
Hats Cloth Cups of tho latest stjle Silk, and
We hnve on hand Cloths, Cussimeres and Vo
tings, which we are prepared to inako up iu a
Tho goods have been selected with tho greatest
care, aud on the lowest cash terms which will ena
ble us to sell lower than the loMcst.
April SO, 18o3.
4 RE YOU BALD? Is your hair fulling off t
Or is your head covered with Dandruff or
Scruff ? If so, then make a fair trial of Siorr't
Chemical Hair Invijorator. Hundreds of persona
in all parts of the country whose heads were entire
ly bald, have had their hair fully restored to iu
original perfection by the use of this valuahU
Caution. Ask for "Storrs' Chemical flair Ln
vigorator," and never let dealers persuade you to
use any other article as a substitute. Price 26
cents per bottle. Proprietors. C. P. Araet & Co..
No. 120 Arch street, Philadelphia. For sale by
dealers generally. Sold by Fred. Kittell, Ebn
burg; James Boll, Summit ; E. P. Hildebrand, L
Dec 8, 18o2 ly.