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IHV Crttyvott's Improved Extract of
.-: YELLOW DOCK ft BAS8&FABZZXA v . .
THE original and only genuine preparation for
the permanent care of consumption and dis.
mmi of the luugs -where they are suppoved to be
affected by the two free use of mercury, iron, qui
nine, &o., &c. ..
The Medicine, when used according to directions,
"Will Cure, Without Fail
Berofala or Kings Evil. Cancers, Tumors, Eruptions
t af the Skin, Erysipelas, Chronic Soro-Ey
Ringworm or Tetters, Scald Head Kho-
umatism , Pains in the Cones or Joints,
old Sores and Ulcers, Swelling
f the Glands, Syphilis, ease
; of Kidneys. Loss of Ap- ' -
petite. Disease ar
rlsiog from the use of Mercury, .
Pain in the Side and Shoulders, General
Debility, Dropsy, Lumbago, Jaundice and Costive
Saline, Mich., Oct. G. 1S51.
Mr. John D. Park Dear Sir: It ia with unut
terable feelings of gratitude that I am able, thro'
the divine providence of God, and by the wonder
working agency of that excellent medicine, Guy
sott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, to give you a
few symptoms of my almost bopelcss case.
In the winter of 1850, I was attacked with a se
vere pain, which was gradually extending through
the whole right side and leg ; at the same time a
total prostration of my physical system; also, niy
leg had shrunk to two thirds of its common sire. I
procured the attendance of a skillful practitioner,
who pronounced my disease one of the worst forms
of liter complaint. He said my case was one not
easily handled but prescribed fcr me. 1 remained
ander his treatment until I was satisfied he could
not help me. I then procured of your agent a
this palce, A- W. Beers, two battles of Guysott's
Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, from which I re
ceived a vast amount of benefit. After having ta
ken four bottles more I was able to pursue my bus
iness -without any inconvenience, and hare boea
eince that time a well roan, while but a short time
since I was confined to my bad three-fourths of the
time; and I cannot ascribe the return of my health
to any other cause than by the ngency of thrt truly
valuably medicine, Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sar
aapari'ila. II ASSEL VA CRirER.
The followicg letter is from a highly respectable
jbysicianwho enjoys an extensive practice;
Navarre, Stalk co., O., Nov. 1851.
Dr. John D. Park Dear Sir: Dr. Guysott's
Extract of Sarsaparilla. This medciuc 1ms been
prescribed by me for the last three yciirs.with good
effect, in General Debility, Liver Complains Jaun
dice, Dyspepsia, Cronic and nervous disease. In
all female complaints it certainly is unequalcd.
In the use of this medicine the patient constantly
gains strengthand vigor.a fact worthy of grant cen
ideration. It is pleasant to the taste and smell,
and can be used by persons with most delicate
stomachs. I am speaking from experience, and to
the afflicted I advise its use
PR. J. s: LEEPER.
VTIster'a TJalsam of Wild Cherry.
For the instant relief and rapid cure of Asthma, Con
sumption, Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup,'
ami .all disorders of the Lungs and
Wlster's Balsam of Wild Cherry !
TEE BEST REMEDY EVER K SOWN TO
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup, Influenza, Bron-
eJutis, Bleeding of the Lungs, Difficult Brtath
, " img. Liver A ffeclions, J'ain or Weakness of
the Breast or Side, .yc, c., Jc.
Ia abort, this Balsam is peculiarly adapted to eve
ry disease of the Lungs and Liver, which is produ
ced by our ever-varying climate.
Fifty Thousand Persons
Die annually in England of . Consumption. - In the
New England States, the proportion in one in four
or five. In Boston, probably one in four. In the
city of New York, sixty-seven died in iwo weeks
in December of this disease. It is less prevalent
in the more northern latitudes, ns Russia, Canada,
and among the Alps of Switzerland, where the
winters are long and severe, and there are fewer
anddea changes. . - i
No theory can be more welcome to the human
mind than the one which, establishes on good
grounds the hope for prolonged existence, if the al
legations of those who are at least entitled to ve
racity may be believed, there is a preventive and a
The great Author of Naturo has provided us
with a remedy for Consumption, and the diseases
leading thereto which are so fearfully common iu
our country. Has He left us to find relief from
that fatal scourge by ransacking other lauds ? No,
the best. Nature's own remedy is at our hand. The
Wild Cherry and the Pine, furnish us with a cure
where a care is possible.
One of the most important discovetics of the age.
in ameliorating the condition of this large class of
suffering humanity is Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild
Cherry, which has been before the public some ten
years. This valuable medicine was first discover
ed and introduced in the . year 1838, since which
time its success has constantly increased the de
mand, until it has become one of, if not the most
popular remedy for Consumption, in its recipient
stage ever known. . .
Another Physician's Testimony.
Mr. Fowle Dear Sir: 1 could send youa dozen
certificates, strong and decisive, of the really san
ative effects of your valuable Balsam of Wild
Cherry, within the past twelve months, under my l
own supervision and direction. Indeed I know of j
few persons who have used it, comparatively, but j
commend it in the strongest terms. A case of l
Asthma, the severest I ever saw, to which I was i
called a month ago, evinced the superiority of the I
Balsam. It lasted him bix weeks, and the dysptca
and suffering was dreadful; he sat up every night.
The gentleman told me to give bim something to
last him home, (21 miles) so that he might see his
wife and child, and die in peace. I gave him one
bottle of balsam and four ounces of syrup squills,
directing him to take teaspoonful doses of best
Bordeaux olive oil, when the difficulty of breathing
was greatest. Next day I forced his despondent
well, and made him take six bottles of Wistar's Bal
sam of Wild Cherry homo witti him as a present,
lie having alledged that ho had used so much ex
pensive medicines to no profit. Last week Mr. A.
called and expressed his gratitude to me in the
warmest manner, aaid the medicine had saved his
life, paid his whole bill, and took six bo tiles more,
and left my olhce tor Home, rejoicing.
Very respectfully joun,
WL SAAW, M. D.
Washington, !7orth.Caroliua, Aug. 12.
Cannot fce Discredited.
We annex a few statements from inuividaals
well known ia this vicinity ; the first of which is
from Alderman Perkins :
Boston, Febuary 3, 1851.
Dr. S. W. Fowle; Dear Sir Having lately bad
occasion to try your celebrated remedy for coughs
and colds, Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, which
I did with success, I cannot in justice to you with
hold my testimony in its favor. For several day.
I had been suffering from the effects of a seven
cold, accompanied by a very sore thiunt and sick
headache, which completely incapac tated me for
banners. I had taken but a very etna ' wt'oi of
a single bottle of this Balsam, when I experienced
relief. - My conga was broken up at once, and my
lungs entirely relieved from the pressure which
had become so painful. I attribute the relief en
tirely to the good effects of yonr Wild Cherry, as I
took no other medicine whatever. I cordially re
ommend it to all my frienns.- Respectfully yours,
- . SAMUEL S. PERKINS.
tSf" Pot np In quart bottles, $1 per bottle six
kcttlea for $5. Bold by
. r .... . ... Cincinnati, Ohio.
- Kortbwest corner Fourth and Walnut streets.
Entrance on Walnut street, to whom ail orders mast
b addressed.' M array Zahm & Co. Ebensburg,
Moore & Kepler Carroll town, j0bn jyory 4
wtssmit, Jekneton ft Bdeoc Johnstown, R p u;i.
(flhrand ladiana. J. C Day BlalrrvfUa. ' ' -Acmt
KewCablnet WareBoamg. j
JAMES 3. TODD informs the citizens of Ebens
burg, and the public generally, that he has
opened an extensive and varied assortment of Cab
inet Ware in Mr. Robert Davis' new building. Main
street, nearly opposite the vMansiou House,"
Tf here be will be happy to have them call and ex
MAHOGANY, WALNUT, CHERRY AND OTHER
! VARIETIES OF FURNITURE,
I consisting in part of Sofas, Bureaus, Tables, Bcd-
! steads, Kecretarys, Stands, &c, &c
) lie will have constantly on hand an excellent as-
sortment of Fancy and common Chairs, which he
j will sell lower than ever beforo offered in this
: place. ' ' -
Every article ordered will be made in tho most
workmanlike manner, of tl.? best materials; and
REPAIRING of all kinds will be proratly attend
ed to. His terms are CASH, and being determined
to sell low, and keep none but good articles he
hopes to receive the patronage of a discriminating
Ebensbnrg, July 20, 153.
Hide, OH, and leather Store.
21, South Third Street, between Market and
Cnesnut Streets, .tfnuacleipnia.
HAS constantly on hand and for sale, Dry and
Dry Suited Spanish Hides, Dry and Green
Salted Patna Kips, Tanners Oil, Tanners' an i Cur
riers, TOOLS, at the lowest prices and upon the
All kinds of Leather iu the rough wanted,
for which the highest market price will be given iu
cash, or takeu m exchange for times.
I-S?"Lcather stored free of charge and
May 15, 1853.
4 NTHON Y VOW INKLE respectfully mtorms me
- public that he is now prepared, as the lawdi-
U, with every requisite for the accommoda
tion of strangers and travellers ' at. nis new biuuh
in the Northern Liberties of Hollidaybburg. and
respectfully asks for a share of custom. His ta
ble will at all times be supplied with the best the
market affords, and hid bar stocked with the beat
wiues aud liquors.
fxS The larger Hall can be rented by the day
or night, and a Piano and Pianist furnished.
tfct" German wines and Lager Beer kept con
stantly on band.
llollidaysbure, Mtiy C, 18r.3.
II II, Jolifctcn, Jack, & Ce.
(late dell, johnstos, & CO.)
OCSco of Deposit, Discount, & Exohange, .
AT HOLL1DAYSBUBG, PA. . .,
JAMES M. BELL, Robert B. Join, ton, aud Wil
liam Jack are the Active I'artners, whi uoi
tratiaact the business of the firm.
TUB OTHRK FABTNEBS ABK
A. P. Wilson,
Wo. Dorris, Jr.,
Wm. P. Orbison,
of Huntingdon, Pa.,
T. C. McDowell,
Wni. M. Lloyd,
R. M. Lemon,
Geo. R. M'Farlane,
Samuel XV. Rhodes,
John Cresswcll, Jr.
of Hollidaysbnrj, Pa.
Alex. M. Lloyd,-
Raker & Watsou,
, . of Gaysport, Pa.,
John Miller, of Temper-
ai.ccville, Blair co
of Ebcnsburg, Pa.,
of ludiana, Pa.,
S. H. Smith,
of Johnstown, Pa.
John Neff, Samuel Dean, James M. Johnston, Wil
tK.Others may and will b adJeJ.-R
Collections made in all parts of the United States.
Drafts furnished on Philadelphia, Pittsburg, ic,
The usual rato of Interest, in such cases, paid on
Deposits for 3, 6, and 12 months. Ottier Deposits
received payable on demaud.
Ilollidaysburg, July 10, 1852.
... - .I. t. i . . . '
D. J. Ev.vhs. J. I. Hicuks.
EVAXS & HUGHES,
II :0ULD again inform the public that they have
V just received from tho Eabtcrn cities, and have
on hand a large and excellent assortment of
Fall and W inter Clothing'
which they are prepared to dispose of at reasonable
prices. Their stock consist?, in part, of ' men and
boys wearing apparel, manufactured from Cloths,
Cassimcres, Sattinctts, Satins and silks. Also,
Woolen and Cotton Undershirts, Drawers, ic.
Hats and Cap,
of all kinds, suitable for the season.
Also, large assortment of OYF.Rl'OATS and
CLOAKS of the latest styles.
They have also on hand Cloths, Cassirncres, Sat
tinctu, and Vcstings,, which they are prepared to
manufacture to order according to' the latest appro
ved fashions. ' : r - ' Jr.
The goods have been selected with care, and can
be .sold vkhy low. Call and examine their stock.
Thev wiil suit vou as to duality and price. ' f Z
Ebensburg, Oct. 21, 185:5.
1ETTERS of Administration have been granted
-J to the undersigned, by the Register of Cam
bria county, upon the estate of James Rhey, de
ceased. All persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment to us, and
those having claims will present them properly au-
L'thenticatcd for settlement.
SLSAN till EY, Administratrix,
ANDREW J. RHEY, Administralor.
Ebensburg, October 21, 1852. tf. . -
C. W". M EBSTER,
Attorney at Law, Ebensburg Fa.,
"tTTILL practice in the several Courts of Cam-
1 T bria, Blair and Indiana counties. All pro
fessional business intrusted to his care will be
promptly attended to. ..-..-
Office ou Main 6tteet opposite Dr. Wm. Lemon's
i Ebensburg, April 28, 185327.
Thomas I-. Martin,
House and Sign Painter and Paper Hanger, Johns-
HOl'on the Island, nearly opposite D. Leceh &
Dec. 22, 1852.
Dr. It. M. S. Jachson &. Dr. James C.
HAVING entered into a Co-partnership in the
practice of medicine, offer their services to
the inhabitants of Summitville and vicinity.
Dr. Jackson can be found at his residence near
the toll gate, and Dr. Howe at the old office on the
Sept. 9, 1853. tf. ::
Formerly Brown's Saloon.
THE Proprietors of this establishment. Brown &
Kennedy, take this method of informing the cit
izens of Eber.sburg and the public in general that
they have refitted and -otherwise improved their
Saloon, and are ready, at all times, to accommodate
all persons who wish to indulge in the luxury of a
good plate of Fields' No. 1 Oysters! Vo will have
thein forwardejl to us daily. We solicit a liberal
share of public patronage.
. L. W. BROWN. '
, W. R. KENNEDY.
Oct. 7, 1853., ,
rf"iHE undersigned respectfully iuforms the pub
JL lie that he is now prepared with every requisite
for their accommodation, and will "exert every ef
fort toreuder his house an attractive and comfort
able stopping place. JTis table will always be eup
plied with every delicacy the season affords, and
his bar stocked with the beat of Wines and Liquors.
A careful and attentive hostler will have charge
of the stables. Ha respectfully solicits a share of
. ' -- JAMF.8 MYERS.
Aria 1861 tf. . -
Jama Doegharty,' at
KEIMIOLD, DASH i CO.. . , ,
WHOLESALE and retail dealers.. in Tobacco
' Snuff and Citrars. warehouse at the South
west corner of Third and Race streets, Philadel
phia, lately occupied by Ludwig, Kncedler & Co.,
keep constantly on hand a large and well selected
stock of the most celebrated brands or
CHEWING T0BACCO IMPORTED CIGARS,
Domestic cigars, and Snuff, which they offer for
sale on as fat orable terms aaaoy house in the city.
Orders promptly attended to.
August 5, 1853 5-ly. ( .....
John Parker. .
: James H. Parker.
"TTrTHOLESALE Grocers, dealers in r lour ana
V Btcon. Foreign Wines and Brandies, Old
dealers in Flour and
Monongahela and Rectified Whiskey.
. i 1 -a-m T.ihartv Rtrftat.
11 o.. 0, LUUliUClVlcU - " - -j
. Fittsburg Fa.
August 19, 1853. ly. :
George Rhey. Levi Matthews. William Ebbs.
IUI1TV. MATTHEWS & CO.,
r mil l's: A T.K Grocer and Commission Mer
chants. Dealers in all kinds of Produce
August 19, 1853.
jniiN m'iF.V1TT. WILLIAM
jOIIX xH'DEVITT & HUO.,
"TX THOLES ALE grocers and dealers in Foreign
YY and' Domestic Lijuore, Rectified Whiskey,
Flour, Bacon, Fish, Cheese, &e ic. No 311, Lib
erty street, opposite the head of Smithfield, PitU-
bureh. Pa. -i
IncmfccrliU, maa u
JOI1.V C. JIACJIL.I..,
AS leased and refitted the McJliucn House,
(lute the Beuuet Hotel) in tho borough of
fohnstown, where he vull be giad to receive auy oi
his friends who may favor him with their patronage.
He has also opened u bar with a ctioice se.csnon oi
wines and liquors of all kinds.
Men's served to suit paastugers who wish to tra
vel by the Pa. R. R. ' ,
,. JOHN C. MAG ILL.
Johnstown, Pa., July 22, 1853. '
Campbellstown, Cambria county Pa.
rriHE undersigned. Proprietor of the above IIo
X tel. informs his friends aud the public that he
is well prepared lo furnish the beet 01 accommo
dation, and is determined to please all who may
call with him.
. .. . - JOHN P. PARISH.
Campbellt-town, June 10, 185S 84-fim.
' '- '."".A CAIID.
A. YEAGLEY having permanently located
, ..- r. v r.. n ..
ill Jeuerson, tamoria cuuuit, icrucviimi;
tenders his professional ser iees to the citizens of
the place and thesurrounumg country, in tue prac
tice of Medicine and Surgery.
Office on Main street, where he can always be
found and consulted, except when ab6eut ou pro
Jefferson, April 14, .185825. ,
Ir. eo. 15. Kelly,
OFFEFJ5 his professional services to the citizen
of Jefferson and vicinity, in the practice of
Medicine and surgery. .j
Office next door to Mr. Lytle's Store. '
May 20, 1853.
r- C. Sheridan, M. !.,
RERPECTFULLY tenders his services to the
citizens of 'Johnstown jxnd vicinity, iu the
practice of Medicine aud Surgery. --- j
Office at the Drug store of Kratzcr and Sheridan
corner of Clinton and Main streets. Residence
Main street, second door below Von Lueit.m's store.
Ir. S. 11. Flch,
RESPECTFULLY tenders his service to tin. r?t
izens of Summerhill township in the practice
of Medicine and Surgery. 1
Office at Half-Way House, Cambria couuty. Pa.
Nov. 24, 1852. . ,
.. . DR. I COMITTI,
ESPECTFCLLY tenders his services to the cit
izens of Ehentsburg, in the practice of Medi
cine and Surgery.
Office in Dr. Schneider's Drug Store, opposite
the Presbyterian Church. . " . '
June 24, 1853. ' .
Justice of the Peace,' Ehenibuxg, ' Pa.;
"T7"ILL attend promptly to- all collections en
v v trusted to his care Office,
. - F. in. geoiigh, - .
Justice of the Peace, foot of Plane No 4,
A. P. R. R." "
Uf ILL attend promptly to all collections entrusted
to hie care. Office, adjoining the Post office,
July, 28th, 1852. ....
Ir. Henry Yeagley, ,
Practising" Physician, Johnstown, Pa.
OFFICE next door to his drug store, corner
Main aud Bedford streets.
Johnstown, July 21, 1852.
Davis & Lloj d, ,
HAVING formed a partnership in the Mercantile
Business, would respectfully solicit the pa
tronage of their friends aud the public generally."
Call and see us at the old stand of William Da
vis. ' ' J'
April 29, 1832. , . ;
Always on Hand.
STONEWARE, Earthen ware, Nails, Cast-Meel
and Salt, for jsale by
DAVIS & LLOYD.'
May 12, 1852-20. ,
Win. ?I'Farland and Son.
CABINET WARE "M"".
- Allegheny Street, Hollidaysburg, Pa. :
WOULD respectfully invite the attention of the
public to their superior stock lot Furniture
of every description. Fnrniture of all kinds man
ufactured to order on. the shortest notice. All or
ders from a distance promptly attended to.
July I. 1 852. '
Laborers are wanted to work on the Ebens
burg aud Susquehanna Plank Road, tewhom
liberal wages will be given. Apply to cither of the
, GLASS &. HUTH1SON. "
Ebensburg, June S, 1853. , , ,
Wholesale and Retail Clothing Store.
bria County,; Pa.
J. Fat ton Thompson,
With Marple, Ellis & Jt'Clnre,
IMPORTERS and Dealers in Foreign and Domes
tic FANCY DRY" GOODS, Trimmings, Hosiery,
Gloves, Satins, Silk Vest ngs, Cravats, Ribbon?'
White Goods, Suspenders, Combs, Brushes But
tons, looking Glasses, &c. t
No. 15 North Third Street, two doors above
Church Alley, l'tiiiaaeipnia.
M. M. MAKI'LE,
J. A. ELLIS,
E. C. McCLCRE,
Philadelphia; ,Fcb.l 6," 1 852-82".
i, : buowx & kfjsxedt;
, Faehionable Barbers .and Hair Dreaaer,. ;
IN the basement story of Da via & Co'e., war
room. , '" tr . . ..
Ebensburg, May 1, 1881.-ly.
N. B. Shampooing dona, and razors hcucd ia a
ruperior manaw. ' - - -: .- . ,
COATS, Vesta, Pants, Huts, taps. Shirts, Hand
kercheifs. Cravats, Boots, Shoes, Carpet-bags,
Trunks, &c. . Sold cheap for Cash. Summit Cum
WOITDERFUL IMPROVEMENT IN ART!
A' never fading picture can now be got at the Blair
r- f Co. Gallery, Odd Fellows HalL
G GORGE W. FISHER takes this method of in
forming his numerous friends throughout the
county, that he has permanently located himself at
Hollidnybburg, where he is now prepared to furnish
superior portraits to all that wish a good picture. ;
' After along and 6erious time of experimenting
in the Art, he is '.now. prepared to take tho finest
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
Borough, he feels that no failure can be made.
' Pictures neatly colored and put in good cases,
from $1,25 to $10. Children taken in the morn
ing from 0 to 11, iu the short space of one second.
Instruction given iu the art, - embracing all the
improvements, on the most reasonable terms. - Ap
arntuB and fixtures for Daguerreot vping furnished.
Ilollidaysburg, Sej,L 9, 1862.-tf.
Tills way for CSood andCheup Goods.
WILL be opened this week at the brick store
of J. Moore, in Ebensbnrg, a general assort
ment cf cloths, eassiraeres, sntinetu, tweeds, aud a
great variety of nummer goods.
Together with any quantity of print, delains,
lawns, cashmeres, ginghams, lustres and other
ALSO A LARGE
and good assortment of hardware, kiuceusware,
saddlery, clothing, stationary, drugs, ic, &c.
Persons wanting boots and boes, hats and caps
or ready made clothiug, will find it to their advan
tage to call at the.
The subscriber, thankful tor pat favn, ear
nestly requests his customers, aud the public gen
erally to at leaai, vu ..i famine his atock : and if
he ennuct suit every person in quality aud price ti
is not his fault. Produce aud lumber of all kinds
taken in exchange fur gueds; and be also taken
CASH when o1rcre1.
Ebensburg, April 2ri, 1851.
KOKSHT KHIir. HOllEBT 0 A LliB.MTJI.
HIE ftubsciibcra would respectfully iufurm the
citizens of Ebensburg and tlie public generally.
that they will curry on the ("ouch Making, inclu
ding the Smith work at the Machine idiop formerly
occupied by Mr. Anderson, iu the rear of E. Hughu's
Store ; where y using uone but tho choicest mate
rial, and cinployiiiT i,ue but the best workmen,
they hope to convince all that wiil do tlieui the
favor to examine their work, that in point of dura
bility, appearance or cheapness, it cannot be excel
led by" any similar establishment in the State or
elsewhere. Persons wishing a bargain in the pur
chase of a carriage, will consult their own interests
by giving them a call. They arc prepared to sup
ply the following kinds of Vehicles, viz:
Buggies of different qualities and prices, Barouch
es, Chariotees, one and two borne roekaw.ive. close
quarter Eliptic and C-spriug Coaches; second hand
work of different kind, ic, uiakiug a variety that
will suit all tastes and all parses. .Repairing done
with neatness and despatch.
-May 20, 1653.
The ft rant House,
Corner of 4th. and Grand sts. Pittsburg.
rTHE subscriber has leased the large and well
JL known Hotel, (late Lawartiue Houae,) at the
cor uer of 4th and Grant streets, Pittsburg, which
has been repaired auu newly fitted up in all its
apartments so as to give a larger and more liberal
accommodation to travellers aud boarders. His
larder will be stocked with the most choice brands
the markets can afford, and his Bar furnished with
the best. He would respectfully solicit a share of
public patronage. ...
Sept. 8, 1852. B. PERRY.
St. Charles Hotel,
Cornor of Third and Wood St.
riHIS fine establishment, having come into the
-- hauds of a new Proprietor, offers great in
ducements te the traveling community; aud also
to rcgnlar hoarders. Every delicacy and laxury
will be provided in its season ; and no pains will be
spared to make thia Hotel a comfortable home to all
who may call there.
- V S. CAMPBELL, Proprietor.
Pittsburg, Sept 8. 1852. -
. - Boots und Shoes... (
Evans & Jones,
WOULD respectfully announce to the pnblic
that they still continue the manufacture of
every description of Boots and Shoes, for Ladies
and Gentlemen, at their shop, a few doors East of
Mr. Carmen's Hotel, where they will be happy to
see their customers.
Being practical workmen themselves, and using
none but the very best materials, they are confident
they can execute work as well and as cheap as any
establishment in the county. . '
May 13, 1853
Wholesale "& Retail Tin, Copper, and Sheet-Iron
ware Manufacturer, and Dealer in the fol
lowing named Stoves :
LOBE Air Tight Cook, Portable Range, Flat
Top Complete, Union Air Tight, Cooke Favor
ite, Bare Cylinder, Delaware Cook, Bar-room, Key
stone, or Independent, ' Harp cannon,' New com
plete. Hot Air Parlor. Victoria complete, , Air
Tight, Complete Cook, Union Coal Burner. , . ;
Ebensburg, Sept 1, 1852.
Fashionable Clothing i:iuiorium,
Clinton St. Johnstown Pa.
HEAT attraction nt the corner - of Clinton and
Locust streets, opposite the Exchange Hotel
and the M'Millen House, Johnstown, Cambria co.,
Pa., where the subscribers have jnt received a
large and fashionable assortment of Fall and Win
ter Ready made CLOTHING.
. Nov. 4, 1852. JOSEPH CANS & CO.
FRS. W. II AT, W. 8. tlSO!.
Hay & Fdson.
Wholesale & Retail Tin, Copper, and Sheet-Iron
' Ware Manufacturers, and Dealers in the fol
lowing named Stoves :
GOOK Stoves, Keystone, Nine Plate, Liberty,
Parlor, Radiators, Etna, Star Fki;, Wi
ne Iron, Complete Cook, Star Air-tight, Cant iron
Rink. AVare tioora on canal St. one door below
the collectors office.
Johnstown, Pa. July 14, 1852.
- ff BUSHELS good coal wanted at this Of
JL lice, for which carfi w ill be paid on de-
: Hollidayshnrg, Blair Co., Fa.
rrillE proprietor assures the public that no exer
. JL tions will be wanting ou his part to render his
house home-like to those who call with him, and
solicits a share of public patronage.
April 29, 1852.
if BARRELS Concmaugh Salt for sale by
ar i"BARRELS SALT just received at the Store of
JJ HUGHES ii WHERRY, Jefferson, Ta.
. July 8.' . . ,
WOOL, Butter, and all kinds of Grain, taken
in exchange for goods at
J. MOORE'S STORE.
YOUR Lair is falling off, is it? Then call at
Kittell'a withont delay, and buy a bottle of
Siorr's Chemical JIair Jnvigorator, or you will be
come entirely bald. It is the best nair tonic now
CASH will be paid for 4000 or 6000 pounds
wool, by HUGHES h WHERRY,
; '. Jefferson, Pa.
- 4 FRESH arrival of Boots, Shoes, Summer Hats,
iA'Capg, Fancy Gimp and Florence Straw "Bon
net, Powder, Gun Caps, Shot, Lead, ftc. reserved
this day and for sale at the cheap etcrVVf
June 29, 18C1. " jr. MOORX.
M. WITMOaB, C. H. wpur, H. JOKES, OXO. 1. lVf
Whltmore, Wolff, &. Co.,
Importers and Dealers In Hardware,'
Sign of the' Anvils, 'Xo. 50 Wood tt., thres'dcors
above the St. t'harles Hotel, ; "
-'- Fittsburgr, Fa. ---
TAKE this method of Informing enstomers and
Dealers that they are now in receipt of their
Fall Supply which has bceu selected with great
c ire from the Manufactories of A'urtand the Eat-,
tern Slates. ' " ' -
Our btock comprises a much larger assortment
than is generally kept by similar establishments,
and is particularly adapted to the Country Trade.
' Having superior facilities for procuring goods it
is without hesitation that we defy competition from
any quarter, . .
We are now receiving Birmingham and Sheffield
Manufactures, purchased and forw arded by one of
the Firm, who has been speeding some months in
England and Germany, and who will .continue to
keep u supplied with Foreign Hardward bought
from first hands only.
Western Merchants are reapeetfully iuvitedto an
examinrtion of our stock and prices previous to go
ing further Eastward. Amoug our assortment may
be found the following:
6524 doz. Knives aud Forks, 1100 d-z. Chislls,
8114 penknives ' K" cases planva, '
180U ' auirsors & sheers 8-00 iuz. file & liasps
210 . " . rasors iu cases . . 217 guu locks
50 'f feilver pluted lead taUo Spoons,
250 " German silver " ; "
350 " . bhovels and spades 850 ' gross Britania
247 " hay and manure forks, 150 ' as
75 " teuneut saws 15 bales Doer's hair.
400 Mill pit t and cross cutt saws
1700 dot knobs, locks and latches
4200 " pair trace chains 2000
400 ': Luitcr aud deg chains,
pad ch8t locks
ivg i Ujiim. cant. ..bl.eer aud Biister
450 dot axes, Lest brands, Lc. -
Wo aru contiuuiug to make large adJitiun to tiis
branch of our baintv
Sept. 2, Hif3. . 4 . .
A Vcw Ari'h til of Watches und Jew- i
On the corner of Clinton and Locust Su.
TIIIIE undersigned respectfully invites the Ladies
JL and Gentlemen to call und see hid hew and
splendid stock of Watches and Jewelry, which Le
has just received from Germany ; warranted to be
solid aud purr, aud for style and finish itcinnotbe
surpassed. He has also received a lar-e nsvirl
meut Tif Jewelry from the Eastern cities, viz :
Gdd hunting ease watcbe-j frmu . ."S75 to 100
Patent Letr " " 35 to 60
' Ladies anchor lever and Lepine,
Silver patent lever and hunting case
' Anchor Levers do,froin
1 2 to
Gold miniature cases. Ladies Gold Bracelets and
Necklesses, Enr-rinprs, Gold Guard, Vest and Fob
chains, Gold chains for Ladies, Fiagwr rings, Gold
aud Silver Pens and Pencils, Silver poona, Silver
Thimblef., Steel, German and Silver Spectacles,
Port Monaies, Pen Knives, Silver chains, Ac, &c.
'All of tho above articles are warranted to be of
the best material, and will be sold very loic for rath.
ClocK and Watch Uepairing.
He has the best workmen in the ceuntry iu his
employ, aud all work entrusted to bim will be
promptly attended t.
Thankful for past favors he solicits a continuance
of rVe same, a ail i s coundeut lie can give satisfac
tion to all who ui.'y give bim a call.
OEORGE P. LICKHART.
'Johnstown, April 15, lPM. ;
AOOO Dollars Rruurd.
Great Eiclttnitat lit Wales t
ROPGERS has just received from the
ies of Philadelphia and New York and im
mense- stock of New Good.s, and now offers to his
old as well as new customers the Largest, Cheapent
aud best assortment of SPRING- It SUM V EH
GOOD.S ever brought to the Ebensburg market.
His stock consists of every variety of Dry Goods
Qneenswarr, Hardware, Cedar Ware," ic, all of
which have been purchased with a view to satisfy
the wauts of his numerous customers in quality
and price. ';.-'
Gents Wear. Blue, black, brown and broad
cloths, plain and fancy caaitucrcs, tweed.i, summer
cloth, .liuens, silks, satin, valcucia and m arse ills
Hat. Caps, Bvote, Shoes, kc.
Ladies' Dress and Fancy Goods Prints, mous de
laina, ginghams, lustres and fancy colored silks,
bobinet, laces and edging, jackouetts, ribbons, fn
cy silk gimps, &c. : ,
, Hardware, cutlery,' and tools of various kinds.
Queens-ware, consisting of many new and splen
did patterns. ' ' -
Groceries, consisting of coffees, eugar, tea, fish,
spices, salt &c.
Tu5 All kinds of couutry produce tiken in ex
change for goods Also Lumber, Wool, &c.
GEi. J. P.ODGKBS.
May 20, 1853.
Looli out Tor the Locomotive!
Cash and Produce Store!
Ill'S'iil'v a- uiiPimv
AVE at their Store, in Jefferson, a few floors
East of G. L. Lloyd & eo.'s store a larce and
entire new assortment of Spring & Summer Goods,
which they just received from the Eastern cities,
eotiMsting,- in part, of the following articles.
LADIES DRESS GOODS. Silks, Barges, Mous
lia de Laines, Lawns, &c, &.c. Also, Cloths, Satt
netts. Tweeds, Drillings, &c.
Ready Made Clothing, of nil kinds aud very best
quality. Give it a trial.
Hardware, Queenswarc, and Stoneware, of every
variety comprising a large assortment.
STOVES, of every docription, always on hand
and warranted. We flutter ourselves that we cau
sell Stoves lower than auy establishment iu Cam
bria couuty, and being located on the Rail Road we
can always secure n supply.
Such as coffee, sugar, rice, molasses, tea, vinegar,
linseed oil, sperm oil, tobacco, fish, salt, syrup, and
every article necesaaay to supply this innrkct.
The pnhlic is -solicited to call and examine our
stock, as we are confident it will admit of inspec
tion. t3f All kiuds of produce taken in exchange for
goods.- Lumber bought at the highest market pri-
May 17, 1850. " '
TfIIE undersigned informs his customers that the
"A- firm of lieyuon i Johnston is dissolved by
mutual consent, and that the subscriber etill con
tinues the business in the room recently occupied
by the old firm, where be will be happy to see his
former patrons and as many new ones as please to
call. He receives regnlarly from New York and
Philadelphia the latest fashions aud cannot be beat,
en either in the shape or fit of Coats, Tants or
csts, by any other Tailor in the country. He
respectfully ask the public to give him a call, and
confident his work will recommend itself.
Sy" All kinds of couutrv produce takeu in ex
change for work. " LEWIS BEYNON
April 20, 1852.-tf. '
Tomb Stones I Tombs Stones !
RICHARD JONES respccfully informs the pub
lic that he is prepared to furnish all kiuds 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,- where a large assortment of articles in his
line are always kept on hand.
' From long experience he feels confident be can
please all tastes, end he therefore Lopes to be pat
ronized by a generous public. -
June 17, 1853.
millS W A"V lFor I have just received and ofT
J- fer sale a large lot of Stone and Earthen
Tw'" b8 highest price paid for wool.
Ebensburg, April 1. J. MOORE.
wool, batter, eggs wanted
STOIIKS CHEMICAL HAIR I iGw
s - j . OKATOU.
THIS delightful and popular article is the bet
preparation for- tiie hair which long experi
ence and scientific research has produced, either as
an article for the toilet, or its beneficial effects ia
all the diseases to which the human hair is lii.Ue.
It will impart to the roughest and coarsest hair the
most beautiful appearance, entirely cleansing it
from all impurities. ,
But while we assert that it is the best article for
the toilet of those who wish to retulu tho Loir in
all its youthful - ' '
LUXTTRIAlfCE A3TD BEAUTY.
it must not l e forgottou that in all diseases of ihs
iiair or cc:lj, fcuch as the failing of the hrur dabd
ruff, pimples, or sores on the scalp, &c, it is per--haps
the articie which has given deciJed satisfte
tioii every instanoo where it has been used. .
. Its . operation in caso of baldness id peculiarly
active, so that, in numerous, where other reme-Jiea
have been tried in vain, STORR'S CHEMICAL 1N
VIG0KATOU has supt-rseded the ornameuts of art,
by reiustuting, iu full plentitude, the permanest
gifts and graces of nature. It is possessed of a
character wholly differing from the Oils, Grease,
Restoratives, &o., which are now so numerously
foisted ou the public, for baldness, gray hair, &,cv
Una now been tested for yearsud its efEcaey ha
been proved -by thousands. Every year its reputa :
tion and sales have incrensed, ui;iil l.jure of it is
consiiiried unnua'Jy than of any other prcparr.tioa
for the hair ever offered to the American pubjia.
It is coiup.iucded on strictly scicotifm priuciples,
and the proprietor will stake his reputation ou its
j -: It extraordinary cheapness places it within the
I t"0'1'-! of the humblest family, nu J i;s Cuuceded
I v"'" insures it a place ou the moat luxui'ivus toll;
! For sale ly tna rroprietors price 25 cents. -
C. P. AlltT i CO,
120 Arch street, one door b-.-iow Sixia.
Yur sale by Fred. Kitttl!. Ebensburg ; J.iuies Le'.I,
Suinjjiit; G. Muckeriiide &. Co., Johnatown.
December 10, lS528-ly.
JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSIA, CKR0ETC OR NER
VOUS DEPIIITY, DISEASES 07
4 ND sil di?T..cs arising from a disordered liver
or stomfich, sueh constipation, inwtri
piles, fullness or blood to the head, acidity of the
stomach, tiuuiva, Leait-burn, disgusU l'yr food,
f.illness. orweilit in the etcuii'.ch.sour eructations,
sinking or fluttering at the pit tf the stomach,
swimming of the he-id, hurried aud difficult breath
ing, fluttering at tLe heart, choking or .saffoca
Ling 6ctisutions whoa in a li-lr.g posture, dimness
of vhfibii, dots or w!3 before the sight fevtr and
dull piiin in the head. diCiciency of perspiration,
yellowness of the skin and eyt e, pnin in the side,
back, chest, limbs, ic, sudueii flushes of Ltat.
qurning in the Ccsli, constant imaginings of evil
and great deprcsuju of spirits, can be effectually
cured by -
CELEBRATED C Ell MAN BITTEH.
DR. C. M. JACXSOJ.
At the German JJeUieiuc Sioro.
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Their poicer over the above diieases is nU ieV,&
if equalled by any other pnparutivn in the United
States, us the cures attest, in nnsny esse ofler skilful
phyieians had failed.
These Bitters are worthy the attention of inv
dlis. Possessing great virtues in the rectification
of diseases of the Liver aud leaser glands exercis
ing the most searching powers in weakness and
affections of the digestive organs, they are wii'uai,
safe, cvrtaiu and plcasart.
That this medicine will cure Liver Complaint an 1
Dyspepsia, no oue can doubt after using it as stated.
It acts specifically upt.u the stomach and liver; it is
preferable to calomel in ull li'ious disease the ef
fect is immediate. They can 2.e adowiiiterc1 to
female or infunta with safety aud lcliul-te beccfit at
Look well to the marks of the Cennln
They have the written signature of C. M. JACK
SON upon the wrapper, and his name blown in t-e
bottle, without which they are spurious.
For sale Wholesale and Retail at the German
Medicine Store, No. 120 Arch meet, one d jor be
low Sixth, Philadelphia; and by respectable deal
ers generally through the country.
PRIC ES R1IVCEIJ,
To enable nil closes of invalids u ecjr.y tiio ad
vantages of their great restorative powers.
Single bottle 75 rents. . -
For sale by Frederick Kittell Druist EUor
burg ; James Bell, Summit; G. Muckcrkiae i Co..
December 1G, 1852 S-lr.
SUMMIT, CAUEEIA CO., PA.,
TTAS the pleasure of announcing to all who
J-X would secure the best bargains to bo offered
in this county, that he is again in the field with
oue of the largest, cheapest, and most carefully se
lected stocks of
Fall and Winter Good !
Ever brought to Cambria county, all , of which
have been purchased within the last few days in
Philadelphia and New York, with particular regard
to the wants of this Market. 1 agaiu fling my ban
ner to the breeze, inscribed with my oldmotto ef
- Quick Sales and Small Profits.
I confidently invite the attentiou of purcha3Cr
to my ttoek, which will be found unusually
large, varied and attractive, beina; full and com
plete m every departmeut. Evervthina; new, fash
ionable and desirable will be found embraced ia
my assortment. Particular attentiou is solicited
to new and beautiful styles of
LADIES' DSES3 GOODS,
i.:.r. t i x
..t x ne ju-,1 receiveu or late importation.
Iu Gents' wear I defj competion, and confidently
invite an examination of one of the largest.cheap
cst nud best selected stocks of readv-made clothing
cloths, cassiiuerei, &c, ever brought to Catubri.-I
county ; comprising all colors and qualities, which
I will sell cheap and warraut to give satisfaction.
Also, caps, bonnets,
. BOOTS AXU SHOES,
of the best qualities and latest styles, together
with queensware, hardware, groceries, salt, books
- CfsTho highest market price paid for all kind
November 11,' 1852.
ARE YOU BALD ? Is your hair falling ofi ?
Oris your hen! covered with Dandruff or
Scruff? If so, then make a fir trial of Siorr't
Chemical Hair Jnvigorator. 11 undreUs of persons
in all parrt of the country whoso heads were entire
ly bald, have had their hair fully restored to iU
original perfection by the nso of thia valuable
Cai-tiox. Ask for "Storrs Chemical Hair In.
vigorator," and never let dealers persuade you to
use any other article as a substitute. Price 5
cents per bottle Proprietors. C. P. Atnet & Co
No. 120 Arch street, Philadelphia. For sale by
dealers generally. - Sold by Fred. Kittell, Ebens
burg; James Bell, Summit; K, P. Uildebrand, la
diana. Dec. 8, 1852 lv. "
DEALER in staple and fancy dry goods gt
teries, wholesale and retail fish; hardws
ano cuttiery ; guus,
shect-xinc, stoves of
nails, bar-iron, sheet-iron,
ail - kinds, stove-pipes aud
sheet-iron ware, tin ware,
copper and brass ket-
Grain, wool, ' butter and otter country produce
bought and cold. -
A dealer in white pine, poplar, ash and cherry
lumber; lumber always bought, and a large quan
tity 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 goods as , embraced is (a
above list just recei ved and more craning for sale
at the lowest market price. '
Saptambcc S8, 186f, tf. "