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DEMOCRAT AND :SENTIXEL
Visit of the Nuncio.
Our town tras this morning honored by the
' Papal Nuncio, Mon?ignore Bedim, accompanied
j Et. Rev. Michael O'Conner, Bishop elect of
Erie, Dr. ITaydonv ofBedfoid, and the Rev. Messrs.
Walsh, McCullcugh, Jos. Gallagher, Corbet, and
. Bishop O'Conner pronounced a discourse char
acterized by his usual ability : after which the
'Nuncio made some remarks in the French Lan-
gunge, which were translated into English by
his Secretary : and the Nuncio then pronounced
the benediction upon the Congregation.
We are warrant ed in saying that the impres
sion made by Mons. Btdini upon our citizens
ha been most favorable. lie is a man of remar
kably prepossessing personal appearance ; appa J
rently in the flower of his age ; judging from his
. remarks this morning lie possesses oratorical
abilities of a high order ; his elocution clear, dis
" tinct and forcible, accompanied with all the ani
mation and grace of gesture peculiar to his native
lan'd. During the afternoon he was waited upon
at the residence of FaI. Shoemaker, Esq., by ma
. i of the members of the bar in attendance at
'court, and by many other citizens. On yesterday
(Thursday) the Nuncio was in Loretto, on
Wednesday at Sumniitvillc, and proceeds this
Afternoon to Youngstown.
Tecbsdat, Dec. 8. The Court is engaged to
day in trying the ease of the Commonwealth vs.
A. C. Mullin and Charles Albright, Esqrs. for li
bel against Col. John Piper of Blair Count-.
The case is still in progress, and the result,
therefore, as yet unknown. Thereare many wit
nesses for the Commonwealth, present ; able
counsel is employed on both sides, and considera
ble interest is manifested by the public gener
ally. As usual on court week, our town is full of cit
izens from the country, and of others from all
quarters. Clothiers, Jewelers, Booksellers, Ptd
lers, &c, are busy at every corner giving the peo
ple's rn'ney lack. The weather is firm, and
ehould it continue all winter as now, we would
agree to forgive old Boreas for past hostilities, and
swear or affirm that the mountain climate is ne
flu ultra the finest under heaven.
On Monday last Alexander C. Mullin, Esq.,
and Charles D. Murray, Esq., were admitted to
practice law in the several Courts of this County.
These young gentleman, we have been-told,
both passed brilliant examinations before their
committee. They both possess that courtesy,
ability, and high moral tone which foretoken a
highly prosperous career. They have our best
wishes for their success.
William A. Murray, Esq., a young, talented
and gentlemanly member of the bar of Indiana
county, was also admitted at this bar this week.
2 Our town has been full of "straugers this
week, our court being in session. The Jefferson
and Ebensburg Plank Road has done a smashing
business.. The Hack Lines of Major Hamilton,
and Messrs. Thompson &. Brawley, have been
running full all week.
Mp.Charles O'Neill, accominodaed the citizens
from the north of the county, by running a Hack
between Ebensburg and Carrolltown. We think
that this weeks experience will give an impetus
to Plank Road movements.
The Ladies Wreath and Parlor Asxcal
for December has made its appearance. It is em
belished with a steel "engraving of "The Repri
mand," which, if we arc not mistaken, appeared
in Graham's Magazine five or six years ago : it
also contains a beautiful drawing of a Tulip. The
reading is choice aud interesting. Published at
No. 8, Spruce St., New York by Burdock &
The Cambria Tribune.
We have received the first number of the Cam
bria Tribune, published at Johnstown, Pa., by
James M. Swank, Esq. It is decidedly a neat
paper; the editorials are well written, evincing a
high order of talent in its editor.
CORRECTED WEEKXT BY TfDOR AND EGBERTS.
. EuiiNSBL-Ku, Friday, Dec. 'J, 1853.
Flour per bbl. 57 25
Wheat perbush. . 1 25
Corn, " C2
Butter per lb. 12 a 13
Eggs, doz. - 12
Buckwheat per bush. 50
Hay per Ton. 10 a 12
Wood per cord, 1 50
Coal per bushel, 07
Chesnuts per bushel, 1 25
Pittskcko, Thursday, Dec. 8.
The market yesterday was generally ery qui
et, ana very lew sales were reported. J he w en- i
ther was clear and pleasant for the season. I
Flock The only sales we heard of were 20 j
Lhls. on the wharf at 5.80 for superlinc, and 43
bbls. extra at $5,87 per bbl.
Grain' Theie were 25(1 bu. Corn (in ears) j
sold on the-wharf at 4Gc ier bu. Oats are in do-
inand at 4Uc : Wheat at SI, 10 a 1,20 ; Itjc 70 a j
75 : and llarlov at 05c per bu. '
Dried Frtit Sales 10 bbls. Apples at'l,t'G, '
and 28 bu. Peaches at l.f2 per bu. J
Appi.es Sale of 20 bbls. from store at 51,75 :
per bbl. j
Salt Sales GO bbl. extra at 1,05, and 500 '
bbls. No 1 at 187 per bbl. j
Rock Lit rb Sale of 3 bbls. 5c per bl. j
Hat Sales 10 loads at the scales at $10 a 13 j
per ton. i
Butter Sale of 10 bbls. roll from store at 14c j
per lb. Packed iu bbls. and kegs is worth 12 a
12 i per lb.
HE undersigned would rsspcctfully inform the
citizens of Cambria nnd the adj-oiinng coun
ties that he has commenced the Brewiug in its
branches at the HALF WAY HOUSE, in Summer
bill Township, Cumbria County. He will all titues
be in readiness to supply bis customers fith Alef
Strong and Lager BELlt.
Dec. 9, 1853. 3m.
PROPOSALS will be received nt the Commission
ers efiico. until Monday the 0th of December
next, for delivering 7f0 bushels of Cord at the
Coutt House, and Hf Cords of Wood at the Jail.
J?v order of the Hoard.
M. I1ASSOS. Cb-ik.
MiilJ IStcf I.
CAM E to the resident--.- ot tiie subscriber in Clear
field township, niiuut llie ;;iat of October, a
red r.ud white Muley Hull, supposed ti be : years
o! I last Spring, w ith three legs white to the knees,
a slar in bis frt bead, and a white shipe across
the shoulders. The owner is requested to route
forward, prove property, tiav charges, and take him i
awnv, otherwise be will be disposed of according
to law. Joseph wilt.
Nov. 19t!i, 185.J.
(."EELFOBD. Surgeon Dentist, informs the
that helms returued to Hollidavsburir.
iituieutly located iu the office be occupied
diirilis late visit, (one door west of llewit's
SterdAllegkeny et., where be will be pleased
to fta to nnv operations iu bis profession. All
worie by him will be warranted.
iliysuurg, August "b. lSod,
attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Fa.,
llrl-actiee in the several courts of Cambria,
11 i and Huntingdon counties. Germans can
consid receive advice in their owu laugiiage.
Ollpposite the Court House, formerly occu
pied I. E- .Iol.;itnii, Esq.
K'JrT, h'lTimrv J, :v.
.ttorncy at Law, Ebensburg-, Pa.
"VT practice in the several Courts of O.m
t ?ria, El air, and Huntingdon counties.
('flic main street two doers vest of the
stori -lurray, Zabtn &. Co.
l'c-iuisjlvauia JIail Ruad.
IlUOM and after this date Passengers taking
seats in the cars without tickets, at stations
where there is a ticket otlice, will be charged ten
Cuts extra. W. V. lVOUY,
Aoc-i.t J'o.n. It. 11. Co. '
Summit, Julv 2S, 1853 S'J.
In Philadelphia, on Tuesday, Dec. G, Puilip ;
P. Gkop.GE, aged about 20 3 ears. '
The deceased was a son of Taul George, of
Washington township, in this county, and w as j
well and favorably known throughout our county;
wherever known he had many frieuds. Con
sumption had been gradually wearing down his
system. Some few weeks ago. he left his home
in company with his brother, F. M. dcorge, Esq.,
hoping that a voyage to Cuba, and a sojourn iu
that balmy climate during the winter months
would restore him, but on reaching; Savannah,
Ga., his physician advised him to return.
His remains were interred in the burial ground
VALl'.lHEE Its: A I. LSTAIK FUK
JT1HE undersigned offers at private sale the Farm
JL (known as the M'Coy Farm,) about 2
miles North East of Ebensburg, adjoining lands of
Patrick F arren, John D. Jones and others, now in
the ocoipuney of K. 11. Humphreys, containing one
hundred and sixty-eight acres and some perches,
about one hundred cleared and under good fence.
There are erected thereon one two story
A gofld Bank Bam, with convenient Sheds and
out Houses. There is a
of various Fruit Trees on the place. A good spring
of water couveuient to the house, au I a Fountain
Pumn at. the door Water iu almost every field.
ALSO One lot of ground with two small bouses
erected thereon, and now in the occupancy of Mrs.
C. Humphreys, at the loot of Plane Mo. 5, A. 1'.
IfefAn Indisputable title will be given fur the
Summit, Dec. G, 185:5.
C. UALI.OWKDL, T. J1KLM, . OlTKNIiEIMKn, L. II.
II. 1. 1'itouits:ii, wltli
t ins. iiAL,jLuwa:L.L. & t o.
HOLES ALE Hat anil Cap Manufacturers. Furs.
Straw GooJs aud Hatters Iruumiugs No. 17U
.Market Street, Phi!adelj)hia.
lcc. 0, 1803.
14 1. ACS A 'Si
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
Depot, Harrisburg, Pa.
Dec. 0. 1853.
Adnms &, Co's Impress,
W.W. IvorytCo., Agents,
""7"11' forward r.U packages of goods or money.
V V dailyexcept Sunday, to nil the princa!
cities in the Union, and all towns on the Kail Knad
between Philadelphia nnd Pittsburg. Drafts cl
lected from (!:iliforiiia. lrafts sold on Irelaid,
England o" Scotland, from 1 upwards. Money for
drafts must be par.
Summit, July 2?. IS'Z 30.
A Paper for your Family, New Series Hew At
tractions Hew Type.
T5IK II033I: JOI RXAL, for 1S5 I. j
IN conseiiucnce of the gn at continually inereas !
ing demand for tli!3 elegantly-printed, widely j
circulated, and universally popular Family News I
paper, we have, heretofore, been unable to furnSl !
tnc back iiumners to only a very limited extent.
To avoid this disappointment in future, wc shall
on the fir.-t ot January next, print such an inereas
ed edition as will enable us to supply new subscri,
bers from that date. I'esides the original produc
tions of the Editors the Foreign and Dorncstii
Correspondence of a b-.rge list of contributors ths
spice of the European Magazines the selection;
of the most interesting publications of the Jay tie
brief novels the pbpiant stories the sparking
wit and amusing anecdote the news ami gossip f
the Parisian papers tho personal sketches of pub
lic characters the stirring scenes of the world ve
live in the chronicle of the news for ladies tie
fashions and fashionable gossip the facts aid
outlines of news the pick of English infoi-matim
the wit, humor and pathos of the times the ei
says on life, literature, society and morals, and tit
usual variety cf careful choosings from the wi'ue--ness
of English periodical literature, criticism:,
poetry, etc. several new and attractive features
of remarkable interest will enrich and give valie
to the new series of the work.
Terms. For one copy, ; for three copies,
or one copy for three years, sfcj uhvnys in al
vniicc. Subscribe without delay. Address,
MOUKIS & WILLIS,
107 Fulton St., N. V.
Jeffe-rson, Cambtia County, Pennsylvania,
JOII.V KKAWLEY, I'ropi ietor.
rTltlE Proprietor of this new Hotel would ris
JL pectfully inform the public that lie has it
novr open, and ready for the accommodation M
guests. No pains or expense lias bee n spared hi
the furnishing and arranging of this House; nud
the building itself being new, commodious r.id
convenient, it will be found a pleasant place of so
journ for travellers nnd hoarders.
HIS EAR will at all times be supplied with tht
best of Wines and Liquors, nnd HIS TAIJLE wi!i
contain every delicacy the Market can allord. The j
beds are new and good, nnd the health, ease ami !
comfort of his guests will be tntiringly studied.
HOARDERS will be taken by the week on rea
An attentive Ostler will always lie in attcn-
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.
"t"S t. practice in the several Courts of Caai-
V j.i, Indiana, ami Westmoreland counties.
OffieitCeiitre St., joining Gen. M'Douald's dwell-
Jaf, IS',1. lv.
E. leill.tno.i, ..,
attorney at Law, rbenEbur", Pa.,
"TirL practice in the several Courts of Cam-
Via, li'air and Indiana counties. Ail pro-
L.IST OF HKTAILLIIS
OF Goods nnd Merchandize in the county of Cam
bria, for the year ltuo, designating those who
have, and those who hsvc uot, taken out Licences.
PublUhed iu l'ursnauco of the Act of Assembly,
approved the Jtb day of March, 18-J2.
Joseph Todd, not taken out.
John & W. Diincnn. Distillery, do do
Aloitsius Marts, 1A. only, tithcii out
David Piifdi. dv. do :ut tnkeu out.
Kniauual Si.itzbrick, Liquor, dj do
Moore & Roberts, do do
O'Neill & Cairo. 1, do do
R. N. Packiild, Uu da
Petrr tt ieble, L'.juor only, d j do
Martin Schr-te, Eitwery, dj do
( Daui-.d Litiner, Li juor, do do
j Roger .iiiels, tin ! do
! John Zt rbe, d. Jo
i Wi'.li:im Lt;i"u.u-.". la' . cut.
I P. Shiels.
I Oail.-iguer, tin
! Hugh McMuiien, do
1 Hubert Folks, Ere-wciy, do
Kbey, Mathews & Co., do
.Viidrew Smith, Liquor oi.ly, d-j
.tig. Power, io do - lo
Win. Bverlv. Piewerv. 'o
Lot t:iktti out.
t i:iiu .tl.liu S! reel tui 0111 m" n : a u e: i.ii" uoue.
urg. July 1, 1803 2ti-om
business entrusted ta his care will be
J. c. 1EW
Geo. AV. Todd, !!
Cartitli, Terrs' &. Ie,
'M STERS nnd Wholesale Jobbers in English,
an and Domestic HARDWARE, Guns,
loituKET Stkeet, between 4th & -rth. riUL
ADEjHA. Sept. 2, lS-OU.-Sm.
ciRts i ii:itsisi.,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown; Pa.
tl'E 011 Clinton street, in the Second
ood & Pershing's Store Room.
y 3", IS jI ly.
Casper Fox, Peer House, taken out.
Patrick P.r.irken, LbjU'-r & Deer, do do
Cnmbriii Iron Co., lien's Creek
Ftirn::ce, do do
Mi'.loreek Furnace, do do
famlrla " .la
Leonard Caste. Li'uoor only, cot taken out.
Stiles, Allen & Co., do do
Canan & Urothrs. do do
John Kingston, Liquor, taVen out.
Thomas M'Cabc, do do do
John Reed, do tiot tftken out.
John Dollar, do do ei 0
Edward Cashman, d do do
John Pierson, l.ecr Hous, taken out.
Adain Stein, do do not taken cut.
Joseph Allwine, do do do do
do da Ten-pin Alley, do do
Karnes &. LYotln rs. Leer House, do do
.sboemakt r & Clark, do do
Edward Roberts, do do
Murray, Zahm i Co. Li iuor, do do
Evans Ov Hughes, do do
Tudor lii Roberts, do do
M. 2 ASSO.V,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Ta.
OH E in the Court House, ud stairs,
fr.' '1 J. 1H,:J.
lAttorney at Lrw Johnstown, Pa.
ICE on Clinton Street, n few doors north of
the corner of Main and Cl'.ntou.
"X tfLESALE dealers in Wine tirul I.i'jvjrr,
r r bich thej' are prepared to furnish cheap to
merclts nnd hotel keepers. Warehouse 2'jS,
Mark.street. Philadelphia, Pa.
FcL'. 1803 ly.
W bite Lead, nnd
Linseed Oil for
J. MOO HE.
j t. i iis:yek,
Attorney at Law, Johnstown, Pa.
OTlCE on Main street, two doors east of the
M il lo.
price pai'l lor wool at the stoic
GF.O. J. RODC.ERS.
, Attorney at Law, Ebeiibburg, Pa.
J. Moore, Liquor,
Davis &. Lloyd,
George J. Roilgers,
F. Schneider, Liquor orb-,
Win. Milii, Jr.,
15. Kohler, Liquor only,
John Sawyer, Liquor,
Kurtz Martz, Liquor only,
John Oater, Deer House,
Geo. Hcuther & Co., llrewery
Joseph Cans & Co ,
John fc. l'ucbanan,
W. C. Lewis,
S. L. Gorgas & Co.,
E. A. Vickroy,
1 Good ,v Pershing,
Jacob Frouheiscr, Liquor,
o. W. swauk,
When i Walters, Liquor,
G. P. Luckhar It,
Levy, Retlly Jic Co.,
C. Durgralt, Liquor,
A. Marbourg i Co.,
Johnston & Edson.
Kratzer & Sheridan,
M. Weigert 4: Co.,
Jane Thodou, Liquor, only,
J. M. King,
Win. U irndollar, Liquor,
A. J. Loht, Liquor, only,
Geo. Ctipp, '' "
Henry l'rown, ' "
j A. Fockler, Deer House,
I Jacob FcnJ,
two doors West of Major Thompson's
at the Kail ltoad I dance, and the stabling will be found good.
Nov. lb, 180C.
W. C. JSlack,
I ES PECTFULLY informs the citizens of Holl't
V. daysburg and vicinity that be will remain in
ttiis place for a few weeks and holds himself iu
readiness to manufacture Hair, Straw nnd Husk
Ma trashes and Lounges, and do the general up
bolstering work of houses, sucb as hanging cur
tains, carpeting rooms, &c. He will also repair
Solas, &.c. He may be found either at the Exchange
Hotel or at McFarluud A Sou's Cabinet Ware
Uollidiiysburg, Dec. 9, 1303.
DAXXALS HOT'S U,
Formerly the Washington Hotel, Allegheny !
Tl'DOR & EiOIUKTS.
j Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa.,
1ITIS practice in the several Courts of Cumbria.
j lir ami Indiana counties.
Olfc, No. 4, Colonnade Kow," near tie Court
EUsburg, Aug. IS, 1803 ly.
i 1 1 m Ai:i7 ax 31 a; 1:11 a x ,
i Attorney at Law, EhenLburg, Pa.
PICE. No. 0, "Colonnade low," near
Swohk ix. Thco. L. lleyer, District Attor
ney elect, was sworn in and entered upon the
duties of his office. Theophihs is a favorite of
the Democracy of Cambria. We are sure that he
will give satisfaction.
Proceedings of Court.
Court was called on Monday morning, last,
with Hog. George Taylor, President Judge, and
Evan Roberts, and Harrison Kinkcad, Esquires,
all upon the bench. '
Up to the time of going to prcb'4'but fvw Com
monwealth cases were disposed of, court having
adjourned Thursday evening till Friday afternoon.
The Commonwealth vs. A. C. Mullin and Chas.
Albright Esqs. for libel against Col. John Piper
of Blair Co. Pa. , was disposed of, the jury find
. ding them guilty in manner and form as they
Commontcealth vs. Janus Kaylor. Indictment
for keeping a tippling house. 5th Dec., 1853,
deft, pleads Guilty." Sentenced to pay a fine
of ?20 and costs.
Commonxoea'th vs. Terrence Flood. Indictment
Assault and Battery. 5th Dec, 1S53, not a
true biu, ud the prosecutor, James Foster sen
tenced to p?7 fke costs.
Commonwealth vi. Microti Erinfdt.lndict-
taent for Assault. 6th Dec, 1S53, not a true
"bill and the prosecutor, James fcConnel, ten-
ttneed to pay costs.
Commonwealth vs. James Foster, Mrs. Bridget
Foster, Ftlix Murphy, Ltwis Delahunt and Au-
gustin JIitMe7 Indictment for Riot aud Assaulij
and Battery. Ota ucc, 1000, uw. true mu,
and Charles Collins, the prosecutor, sentenced to
pay coats. ' .
Commonwealth vs. Rilfiard HasUtt and Danid
Smey, Indictment for Burglary. 6th Dec. 1853,
Deft., being arranged, plead nonculetde hoe, &c.
Distriet Attorney similiter et issue, and Jury call
ed and sworn ; who do say that the Defendants
re guiliy. ia manner and form as they stand in
dicted, i, . -
Commonwealth vs. Daniel SmoIudictment
&r JLaircnr, Verdiet, Guily. ' ' " ' '
near the Diamond,
rjHE subscriber respectfully informs bis friends
JL and the public generally that be has taken the
above old established stnd and entirely refitted
and repaired it In such a manner as to render it
second to no hotel in tiie country. The lbir has
bceu nely stocked with the best Wines, Liquors,
and Segars that could be purchased, and the Tble
will at all times be supplied with the best the Mar
The RESTAURANT attached will at nil times
contain all the delicacies that can be procured.
whi;li tvill be served up at nil hours, on short no
He rcspecttully asks the public to give dun a
trial, fully assured that he can render satisfaction.
O. V. DANNALS.
Dec. 9, 1853.
Julica-s Monster Ortlicstra.
MMIEREVER Julien's name is kno-wi, the " Kaii
Did .Talka" has an unrivalled popularity.
Ttiere Lave beeu more copies of this piece sold, for
the short time it has been issued, t han any other
musical composition ever published in America.
Christy's The Other Si'te of Jordan" though it
loo not eoualed iu numbers the sale of the ' Kitty
Did" yet the demand for it is great, and is driving
out of market the ninny spurious copies purport
ing to be sung bw Christy's Minstrel's. Ask for
Christy's " T Other Side cf Jordan." It has an
illustrated title, and portrait of Earle II. Tierce, in
costume. All others are spurious. Christy's new
Songs, "0 Times Come Again," by Charles Con
verse, " Sally Primer" ami " Julius from Kentucky"
are having a glorious run. They are nightly sung
to crowded audiences, and are universally sought
WM. II ALL & SON,
Dec. 0. 18-53. . '
" STRAY COW,
t ME to the 'residence of the subscriber, liv
ine in Wbeat6eld Township, Indiana County,
Pa near bicklick Furnace, about two months
since? a clever sized 151UNDLE COW, about 8 or 9
years old, ell on. The owner is desired to come
forward, prove property, pay charges and take her
- ' " JAMZS W. KILLIN.
Dec. 9. 1803.
1 DELING thankful to the citizens of Ebensburg l
and vicinity for their former patronage, beg I
leave to state, that h iving be n lioth East and West, j
they have purchased the largest and best stock of
GP.GCESIE3 AKD CONFECTIONS, '
that has ever be.n brought to tV.e place, to which
they now invite the uttention of the public.
Their stock consists of, Snirars. lilack and tureen
Teas, Coffee, Essence of Col'iVf, Chocolate, Prepar
ed Coin, llm kee s Uniting PowW, English and
American Mustards. Crackers. Cheese. Fine and
course Stilt, Palm, Rosin aud Castile Soaps, Can
dies. Flour, Bacon, Mackerel, Cod-fish. Salmon", mid
Herring, Vinegar. Syrups and Molasses. Whiskey,
Brand v. Wine, Fluid. Alrhohol, and oil.4, Tobacco
and Cigais, of the choicest brands ;
and n general assortment Tubs, Buckets, Bas
kets. Brooms. Brushes. Window tilass. &. &c.
ALSO. Every variety of lUtll.h FHUIT, such
as Citrous. Prunes, Curraiits, Fiii E'.-if. s am Kai-
siiis; Jellies an I Preserves; !
SUTSOFEVEBV DESCKIPTIOS, j
nnd in fact, every thing that au epicure could de- J
sire. - '
They will ever be happy to wait upon rdl who
may favor them with their custom, and feel satis
fied thnt lhiv srp ennhleil tn -
LOWES TOR CASH,
than any other establishment in the place.
Ebensburg, Nov. 25, lS-i3. ly.
JoXmstown Marble 'oj-Kb, r
One door North of the corner of Uain and Clinton
Streets, Johnstown' Pa.
MONUMENTS. Tombs, Grave Stones. Mantels.
Table. ihd Bureau tops, manufactured of the
most beautiful and finest quality of foreign and do
mestic marble, always on hand and made to order
as cheap as they can be purchased iu the Last, with
the addition of carriage. From long experience m
the business and strict attention thereto, lie can as
sure the public that nit orders will be promptly at
tended to and the work finished m the best and most
handsome manner, furnished to order aud delivered
at any place desired.
ALSO, Grindstones of various grits and sises,
suitable for fan-.ui a iHid mechanics. Sold by whole
sale or retail.
Purchasers arc iuvitcd to examine stock oud pri
ces. Johnstown, Nov. 25, 1853. tf.
Jaiary 1, 1S51. ly
Chas. Zimmerman, " '
Craig ti Hamilton,
G. L. Lloyd & Co.,
Kane & Mt Colgan,
C. G. Lovrry.
Hughes & Wherry.
Andrew Reiliy, Liipior, only,
Peter Boiioughe, Liquor & Beer
Peter Cussidy, Beer House
Charles Collins, Liquor, ouly,
S. A: K. Black,
Given . Col'ins, "
James Bell. '
.lohu P. Black,
W in. M'Cpniicll.
Patrick Hiuleu, Liquor, only,
Alex. Jenkins, ' "
;T1S03SAS C jmOWELL,
Attorney at Law, Holiidaysburg1, Pa.
ILL attend the several Courts of Climb
" ! James A. Mcllvrnut Co ,
mint v. as lieretofore. tMhce oneuoor west
of McFarlatKl's cabinet wareroom.
Jut 21, 18--.2. ly j
! AtlaniN & t'o.'s FAtrfKi.
T ! CRAIG, agci.t will forwar-l all packages of
nods or monev. ilailv except Sunday toad
l.if lincipal cities in the t.
on tii Uailroal
not taken out.
cut taiceu out.
not taken out
not taken out.
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lr. CUiyfcott'ti Improved Extract Oi'
YELLOW DOCK & 8AESAPAE1LLA .
TnK original and only genuine preparation fur
the permanent cure of consumption nd di
euses of the lungs where they are supposed to W
atTcctd by tho two free u&e of mercury, iron, qui
nine, Aie., &c. .
The Medicine, whtnue l ac;ir ding to directioti..
Will Core, Without Fail
Scrofula or Kings Evil. Cauctrs, TuiuorB, Eruption
i f tiie Skin," Lrysipelii, Chronic Sire-Ercs,
Bit gworui or Tetters, Scald HeaJ r.bo
uiaatitm.Pniusin tho Bones cr JoinU,
uM Sore. mot Ulcers, fcwellins
of the Clauds, Syphilid, eas.
' cl' Kidneys. Loss of Ap
petite, Disease nr
( rising lrom ihe use of Mercury,
, Pi. in iu tue Side and Siioulduri, Ocueral
L'vb'.ljy , Livp y, Lumbago, Jaundice and Costie
i Si'iue, M.cU., Oct. C, 1851.
Mr. JjU i'. r-rk lear Sir : It ia with unut
tci: "'le t'eelii-g of gratitude that I am able, thro'
' the divine providence of God, and by the wouder
i woi king agency of thut excellent medicine, Guy-
sotl's icdow l).ck ai.d Saraaparilla, to give you
, lew sinj-t ia s of my ulnost iiopeleiS case-
Li the winter of lb'jd, I wrs attacked with a so
' vcie paiu, which was gradually extending through
t'ae whole r'.jrht side and leg; at the same tinio a
i total prostration of my physical sybteui; also, luy
leg had "-brunk to two thirds i f its common size. I
procured the attendance cf u skillful practitioner,
win pwrtMu My ilicuaAe uiii! of the worst forms
. of l.vcr cou.plaiot. 11c said my case wns one not
: easily handled but jrescrihed for me. 1 remained
' under h.s tratme:it until 1 was satisfied he could
not help inc. 1 then procured of your agent a
this paice, A- V. Beers, two battles of Guy sot.' B
Vel'oiv Bock and Sarsnpnriila, from which I re
ceive I a v ast amount of benefit. After having ta
ken four bottles more I was ft' Ie to pursue my bua
' iness without any inconvegience, aud have bceu
'. cincc that tiu.e a well man, while but a short timo
s'n -e I was confined to my bad three-fourths of the
time; and I cannot ascribe the return of my health
I to any other cause than by the agency of thrt truly
valuably mediciue, Guvsott's Veilow Lock andSar
i saparilla. " 11 ASSEL VA CR1PER-
I Tii following letter is from a highly respectable
i physician, who ei.jiys au extensive pructiae;
! Navarre, St'dk Co., O., Not. 1H51.
, Dr. John 1). Park Dear Sir: Dr. Guysotfs
i Extract of Sarsai aril'.i. This niedcine has beeu
! prescribed by me for the last three ycars.witb good
' effect, iii Genei il Debility, Liver Complaint, Jaun-
dice. Dyspepsia. Cranio mid nervous diseases. Iu
' all female com laints it certainly is unequaled.
Iu the use of this me liciiie the patient constantly
g.iins streugthand vigor, fact worthy of great con
sideration. It is pleasant to the tHSte uud smell,
and can be used by persons with most delicate
stomachs. I i.m speaking from experience, and tu
the aillictedl advise its usi.
DR. J. S. LEEPER.
Wlster'tf Ralsr.m of Wild Clierry-
For Hie inttant rAi'f awl ruyid cure af Asthma, Con
' tW'J'tiun, Cou.jhz, C:l '. Jloartriie&s, Crovp,
i a:.d all di onhrs i f the Lutty and
Wistcr's BalEam of Wild Cherry!
; THE BEST REMEDY EVER A'.VOIf.V TO
F r Coiijl. Cohlt, Asthma, Cri.np, lu-lueuza. Erfin-
ehitis, Ji'.erJiny of the 1m7,li Din cult JJreath-
itij, Liver AJ'tetin&, Pain or H'cakntst cf
the Drtast or iie, ,c, A e , ,yc.
I Iu short, this Balsam is peculiarly adapted to eve
! ry disease of the Lungs and Liver, which is produ
j ccd by our ever-varying climate.
Fifty Thousand Persons
Die annually in Euglai.d of Consumption. In tha
New England States, the proportion in one in four
u uostou, jiotiauiy one in lour. In tho
city of New York, sixty-sevm died iu iwo weeks
in December of this disease. It is less prevalent
iu the more northern latitudes, as Russia, Canada,
and among the Alps of Switzerland, where the
winters aru long aud severe, uud there are fewer
No theory can be moro welcome to the human
mind than the one which establishes on good
grounds the hope for prolonged existence, if the al
legations cf those who are at least entitled to vo
racity may be believed, there is a preventive and a
I The great Author of Nature has provided ns
with a remedy for Consumption, and the diseases
leading thereto which nre so fearfully common iu
our country. Has He left us to find relief from
that fatal scourge by ransacking other laDds! No,
the best. Nature's own remedy is at our baud. Tho
Wild Cicrry and the Pine, furuisii us with a cure
I where a cure is poss'.ble.
One of the most imj oit int discovciies of the age.
iu ameliorating the condition of this large clasa of
1 sulLruig fi-J'.uanity is Dr. Wifs:r"s Balsam of Wild
j Cherry," hicli has been before the public some ten
years. This valuable me licine was first discover
i ed and introduced iu the year IfcSS, since which
tantly uicrcasea tiie ue-
nioii, and all the towns
between Philadelphia and Puts-
CHARLES H. KARPLS'3
f; asi Liinm store,
Xo. 133 Xorlh Tlilrl .. hove Callowhlll,
i;t SiUr, Pillalelpiil.
"TTS conitantlv on hand I rench lSran'lies. H M
! ixPml Gi;i and a coneral a.-Sortu;cut of FOR
Al?0. All Ui.ds of A
m l a general a.-sortu;cut of
fuch ns nre
-iJLtised in our common schools, for snle by
! DAVIS & LI.OTD.
5 LORfi E Liri'I.t'OTT A. CO.,
H,VE constantly on band a full assortment of
Tea?, Wines, Liquors and Groceries geucr.il-
A FRESH arrival of Boot, Shoes, Summer Hntg,
Caps, Fancy Gimp and Florence Straw Bon
nets, Powder, Gun Cups, Shot, Lead, &c, received
this day and for sale at the cheap store of
Jn20, 1651. JHOOREJ.
Ho. 17 Korth Water Street, and
No. 10 Korth Delaware Avenue,
not taken out.
Jiuuary 27, 1853.
J Apples on band and for sale at tho foot
t f ine 4, A. V. n. K.
Ily8, 1802. W. K. PIPER.
Thirteen Sclicol Teacbers Wanted.
TIIE School Directors of Sumnurhill township,
will employ the above number of teachers, for
which S25 per month will be paid. None need ap
ply but those who come well recommended. An
examination will be held on the 10th day of Decem
ber next, in the town of Jefferson.
By order of the Board.
MICHAEL O. SCALLX.
Nov. 25, 1853. St.
milE ramphlet Laws of the Session of 1853, have
i been received, and are ready for distribution to
those entitled to receive tlieiu - -
R. L. JOHNSTON, Frotlionotaro.
Pi-nthnnfiiarv's office. Ebensburt;. ) ; . , s
November 4, 1853. 3t. 5
Tltlt the highest i.rices i.re n.id for bides, skins
JL I aud tanner's bark in either trade or cash by
Rotary Pcblic, Scrivener and Conveyancer,
i JOHNSTOWN, CAMBEIA CO. PA.,
WILL also attend to his duties as Justice. Le
gal instruments of writiug, such as deeds,
agistments, Foreign Power of Attorney, &c,
dnrfli up accurately. Collection entrusted to
histnre will receive strict attention.
Say 13, 1852 CO-tf.
IOOK HEIIE! Just received by the IVtinsy I
i vaniii Bail Boad, and for sale bs J. Moore,
Grind Stones, Patent Buckets, Brooms, Cheese,
Cofon Yarn, Clover Seed, aud a large lot of Car
peiU'r's Tools. April 1.
i STRAY M tllE.
CTltAYED from the tld of Simon Kirsh, in Car-
O rol township, on Saturday, the 20th ult., a
dark brown mare, with a kick mark on the left hip,
is about 13 years old, and had a head haller on. A
reward of $5 will be paid for her return to the sub
scriber, or for information which will lead to her
. JOHN TURL.
Kov 4,' lS58.-3t. ' , . ......
J. Condon, Liq. & Eating House,
V. W. Ivorv vC C"., Liquor,
I S. Petersbei ger,
j M. G-iiiaher,
i J. F. MeDvroiit, Liq. i Beer II-ius?
j Humphrey O'Eeary, Liquor,
j John li ner. Boer House,
I Sainl. Davis, Liq. i. Eating IIuus,
! .1. Petel-sbelger,
j Jas. B. Brad.ey,
I Charles E. Stew:-rt, Liquor,
j Daniel McLaughlin, "
j Clmrles MtGovern, "
i Thomas Butter, Boarding !!''",
; Henry Dixon,
', i-'arrcl Kouikc, Liquor, only,
j Job'! Smith.
! Patrick Kelly, "
! Thomas Martiu. ' '
; John Hi pan,
' tlcurv 0'Dot.nclI. "
' John "Barry, "
Patrick Keogh, "
George Englebaub. Liquor,
Jacob Stinemaii, '
D. It. Kiupcrt,
John Bens, Liquor, Ouly,
M. M. Adams,
I James Burns. Liquor, only,
Henrv Mchibtun, " "
Cornelius Daily, "
lolin Bradley, Liquor,
Bernard Sheridan. Liquor, ouly,
Juo. Wi'.sou. (No. 2,)
B. M. Colgan,
J. Cassiday, " Beer House.
11. Stewart, (No. 4,)
Geo. N. Hobman, " Liquor, only,
Mullen & Short, Liquor,
F. M. George,
Jer. McGouigal, Liquor, only.
Iew. Cassiday, Beer House, S.C.,
Michael Bargoon, Liquor, only,
Wm. Strous, ' "
Dum. Kennedy, Brewery,
Mcphen Moytrs, Liquor, only,
Jacob Leip, - -
Mich. Iuroldsbyv "
Michael Farabaugli, BrcT.ery
P Bradley, Liqucr,
F. O. Free!,
John Kennedy, Liquor, only,
John S. Miller & Co.,
George Weakland, Liquor, on!;',
BEES J. LLOYD, Treasurer.
Ebensburg, Nov. 18, 18o3. -It.
lime iis success has cons
mand, uut:l it has become one of, ir not the most
popular remedy for Consumption, ia its recipient
stiiire ever known.
Another risjiclau"s Testlaiony.
Mr Fowlc Dear S r : I could sen I youa dozen
certificates, strong nnd decisive, cf the really sail
itive eii-cts of vour vaiualde Balsam of Wild
Cherry, within the past twelve months, under tny
own biipcrvUion and diiertioa. Indeed I tnow ot
1 , , .,.1 If .r.ro rllt 1-m ! i vel v. tint
ins w no uav. u .-1
t terms. A case or
sw, to which I was
do do j
do do j
do do j
do do I
do do i
do da I
do do j
do do ;
do do j
do do !
com.i.eud it in the strongc:
il... severest 1 eve
c I'b-d a' mouth ao. evinced the superiority of the
Bu S im 1'. lusted Lim :ix weeks, and the dyspa;a
d Miffeiing was drcadlul; be Sat up every night.
The eeutlen.an told ine to give liim something to
li st im ho:..e, (21 miles) so that he might see his
wite and child, and die iu peace. 1 gave hn on
bottle of halsarn nwd oujr oujiecof jjyrup squills,
'filrrdiaui o'lTve oiT.'when tiTe dilliculty of breathing
w is greatest. Nest day I forced his despondent
well, and made him take six bottles of Wist ar's Bal
sam of Wild Cherrv home w ith, him as a j re.-ent,
he having nlledged that he had used so much ex
pensive medicines to uo profit. Last week Mr. A.
called and expressed bis gratitude to me in the
wannest manner, eaiJ the medicine had saved his
life, paid his whole bill, and took r'ix bottles more,
and left my ofuce for home, rejoicing,
i Very respect iu'ly yours,
j WM. SA.AW. M. D
i "Washington, North Carolina, Aug. 12.
! Cannot be IHscredlled.
j We annex a few statements front ind-.vidaals
! well known in this vici.ty ; tie Ci st of which Is
I from Aldtrmau Perkics:
j Boston, Febuary 3, lPol.
! Dr. S. W. Fowlo; Dear Sir Having lately had
i . r- ri.iir releluatcJ remedy for Coucbji
c dds, ;s:ar's Ea'.sam of V i'id Cherry, which
1 did with success, 1 cannot injustice to jou wua-
hol I my testimony m its raver, for several aays
I had been sutlering from the eficcts cf a severe
. . :.. l l... n t .rA tlirmit find fciek-
COM, ttCCOIlipau" "J J --
hendaebe, which c.mpleteiy lacapacuaieu me ior
business 1 bad taken but a very small portion or
a sincle bolt.o of this Balsam, when 1 experienced
rcli-t My cou-h was broken up at once, aud liny
lungs entirely relived ...rZ
t 1 1 a T.tltllTUI. JL MIO iv
UI1U UtCUHIU i . . .
tlrely to the good ejects of your Wild theirf,
" . 3 i::.. ul,o,.vnr 1 cordially
er bottle sir
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa,
OFFICE on Main Street, in tbi vice UUly
occupied hy Gen. Joi. Mr I
Jannary 16, 1Sc2. -- -
tgyTut up iu quart bottles, "fl I
bottles for ?.-. v . t n t vpk- -
i Cincinnati, Ohio.
x- .,--. corner Fourth aud Walnut streets.
' r- 11 "Z Wut street, to wboui all orders must
1 PTdd". cd iu-"ray iaUin & Co Ebensburg.
im dllrZu?ly Vrrolti.wu. John Ivory & Son
IS.trJobtoni: Edson Johnstown, E. T. 1W-
iibrand Indiana, J. C Day BUnrsvUlc
AugoM i', i' o.-ir-