Democrat and sentinel. (Ebensburg, Pa.) 1853-1866, March 01, 1866, Page 3, Image 3
niton k in f cm o c rat anb gtntiiicl. Ki;KNSlSai,::::::r&lAKCH 1, lWoC? UAT1 FICATiON M FETING . i;,r nf the. Democratic County t .1 111 -l'"r . .. - i at the (Joint House in Lb- . 01i Friday the 20th of January last, , ' il."r.s,ico.L-Tnzt the Democracy of Cam. ' V . '. art lloiise in Ebensburg, on eJucs- ; T tiK-Tthof March next, to rainy me i.'-.tioii which will he made at the 5th ica invention." . . ! 1 ia i,uraua:ice of which, a meeting will he ' , .'.1 . Cuiirt llou.-e. in Ebensburg, on ! uV.L-.hiV evening, March 7th 1800, at i ,Vjck. at which time and place measures u.' be taken to show the approbation 01 uic p'm. if the. nomination for Governor, and '.'i-o of the K'-eonat ruction Policy of Pre.ii- 1 . i.jhiisoii. ' 11 conservative men are invucu iu anvuu. Vv tnV-r of the Committee. , G. W. OATMAN, Chairman. I Ehetibiirg. March 1.1800. j I cir Dr. S. Eelt'oid, is at present in town ,iU pofossiunal business, and will remain 1 his wwk an.l a part "oxt- S2 The March i crm of our County totift coimn.'Hces oa Monday next, the Jay ''' Marcli. .. 1 ..!.!. ... t irt. tent 1011 of Merchants and j-pcc!ai aucuuou 01 .juiiuuho ...... j 1 ... .1, ir.l in this issue ; . . . r .1 11 . l; .,,.1.-. l inn hn'tll CM OI itowcn kv - --- 1 adelphia at 10:27 . m. Papor.-, etc , etc. CINCINNATI EXPRESS Leaves Pitts- . ... ! burgh at 8:50 a. rn.. 5-topping at nearly all tj-Tli new Dank having taken pos- 'Stations. Altoona i at 1:50 p.m., Ilarris .,.iup. of the olfice formerly occupied by burg b:15 p. m., arriving at Philadelphia at 1 lio') fli m . Win II. Sech'.ei-, l'.S'i , he rc.pie.-ts us to i jjajl TRAIN Leaves Pittsburgh at At that he can hereafter bo found in the j 11:40 a. m.. stopping at neaily all Stations. . AltcvnuJ 0:05 p. in., airiving at Ilarrisburg ( ir.iinioncr s o!nce. at i-:-J5 a. 111., and Philadelphia at 7:10 CT After the iiibt of April next, the j !.,, -y:it ittciti office will be reino- j wd to the brick buiblmir on the corner of j High and Centre r-trcets, now occupied by ; Thom.n Calleii, immediately seat of Mr. Moore's hotel ; t3-We have iho be.-t of authority for . Mating that the .loLnslow 11 correspondent j of the AU.-.fumuu. wa mi.-inforiued in i , . .' , 11.! regard tola statement. last week, that dosepli Moore was executed on the gal- j lows in Chicago, for an oll'encc rimilar to ! , 1 1 i- ' !.? oik- he committed m this county scire j three years si go. I Pn;s..s indebted to us for sub-crip- :iyiis, c, who may have occasion to visit ! tnvii next week, should not fail to call .wi py the amounts of their bills Our '.rtiis of subscription arc. two dollars per ., .,- , 'w-, f.-ar if paid in advance, -.- alter six r.iuiith, and S3 at the end of the year, year, t subscritioiis mu.-t be settled at the I V'iraiiou of the vear. ! ii.uv. "At what hour did the i . ,. , . . . Flflctii Vtais A;o, '.'ill make hi, ap-arance ,n the (.arden ! H( ,STI,TrHI.s STOMACH B ITT El IS was ot Eden? Some time during t'.ic night, j struggling into notice against the prejudices ! Te e-ertainly -aui'--atur Lie." A friend ! which every tiling new, however excellent, ... t.n..,.;., r i i t i .i . ' is d-jomed to encounter ..I lioaiing tfie above remarked that it I TO-DY nii;ht be correct, but stated that when he it stands at the head of all the tonic and al wanted to purchase cheap lirv Goods or i terative preparations in existence. Its cele , - . . ! britv has evoked manv imitations but n io-cri., went at proper business J ,.iv,ds. I'hysieians pronounce it the o.M.r hujis to the store of V. S. i Surlier, in the I sake sti mi;i.ant that has ever been intro- 'om formerlv occupied bv K. J. Mills i ,h'ct-',1fi.",t" sick chamber. Inthellospi , " 1 - talsofthe Armv and Navv, the surgeons 'V lo. ii.. stock on hand ui this estab- j iid it the very Ust tonic f..? convalescents, l.aLment i- an extensive one and is being i An report it as invaluable for sustaining r, .nil. i 'ho vigor of troop? on the marcli. a. a remedy Jiioii icasoiiablc terms. ' c in i .- ... , , for scurvy and all scorbutic allections, and p,,, i , ii- . , .. ,, ., . i as the only specitie for sea sickness. Cali- hegisl; vtuiv, , caucus on the 21st ult., t jasst'd resolutions endorsing their Senu rs in voting for the Freedmen's Bureau h;II over the President's veto. lilt! ( lOVn-nilllit h'.rr-i..Lc l"U..n., I - --..... iv. i t . . V llilllrt- i R"ea, with their contents, were burned ! i'W!i:lvs j TO ( ONSUM I'Tl YES. "Ul m a tew weeks by a very simple ymedv. alter having sutlered for several "ars with a severe lung affection, and that 'fad disea.-e, Comumption is anxious to ! ko known to his fellow-tutferers the t'-uis of cure. To all who desire it, he will send a copy j itl.c prescription Used (free of charge) i v- th the directions for preparing and using ' !!tn', which they will tind a sckk itre j ' f (.oxstMiTios', Asthma, Buonchitis, ! Y; ;hs, Coi.d-5, and all Throat and Lung .Alk'Ctll .lit Tlit Mill? ftl.ior-f .f I - . j. ue. uiuy lmijci oi me auveri sat in pn !ing the Prescription is fo bene! int.' ;.fli;rted, and spread information whic "...J 'i mi; a't - LI ti- henelit . hich O'licuves to bp in i-:iIimtil fin.1. l. linniw "Cy JUlferer will try his remedy, as it will I ----- w iiuilMlnuiV, ilUU 1IC . 1 '-.cm nothing, aud m.iv prove a bless- Arties wishing the prescription, kule, b? M'..rn mail will i.l I.kv. EDWARD A. WILSON, :"iamsburg. Kings Co., New York tclj- 1, ISOO.ly. ;jwnm:i, to ins Seat. Alexander t,0,".?11'' L)eraocrat' was given the con ,stc'l seat in the I louse of Heprcscnta "'on the 20th ult., for the Sixteenth lTn'1Vnni:l District, by six majority. 's'l'leus Stevens made an earnest sjieecli ,in"t him, but like tnot of this gcntle-Ji-'1 late efforts, provcl abortive.0 l. ! recent snow storm in Wisconsin, mri wep" iVoz?n to death. EBENSBURG & CRESSON RAILROAD. On and after Monday, Nov'r. 20, 1805, trains on this road will run as follows : Leave Ebesskuhg At 5.35 .A. M., connecting with the Day Express East and Pitts, and Erie Wtst. At 3.20 P. M., connecting with Altoona Accom. West and Mail Last. jjKAVk CkessoN At 7 50 A. M.. or on departure of Pitts & Erie Mail Wert. At 3.25 P. M., or on departure of Mail Train ENOCH LEWIS, Gcn.Supt. ROBT. PITCAIRN, Supt. Pitts. Div. I'ENVNSYLANl A CENTRAL 11. R. Trains depart from Crcssou Station as fnows : West Rait Express leaves at 9. IS am 1 111 la.iei pn ta ..xpress at 'j uj a ui Fast Lino leaves at 10.33 p m " Mail Train leaves at 9.03 p in Pittsburgh & Erie Mai! at 7.48 a in Altiv.na AccommiKiaiion at p m j.ast 1 tuiajeipina express ai r.o 1 p in " East Line leaves at 2 21 a m Day Express loaves at ti,i;i a m Cincinnati Express at 1.11pm Mail Train leaves at 5.21 p m 1 4 " Altoona Accommodation 12.00" a m : On and aiter Monday, Nov 20tii, 1805, ; Trains will leave Union Passenger Depot, i mrner of Washington and Liberty strreets, Pitt-burgh. Pa., as follows : j DAY EXPRESS Leaves Pittsburgh at ' 2:20 a. in., stopping at the principal sta ' ti"iis. Arrive at Altoona0 at 7:25 a. m., ! Tyrone 8:28 a. m.. Bellefuntc 10:152 a. in.. ' L"ok Haven r':T.) p. m..l lLarrisburgf .... .... L ,.Uo, in.. U.iltimoreT. o:o p. 111., Aew York, via Allentown 10:35 P. in.. Phihidcl- phial o: 1) p. m.. and New York, via 1 lul- . . '. . 1 a 111. PHILADELPHIA EXPIU'.SS Leaves Pittsburgh at :j :." p. rn-, stopping only at principal Stations. Arrives at LatroheJ 5:40 p. ni., Altoona :J: 1 0 p. m., Ilarrisburg 2:.5 a. m.. Ba'tirnort 7:00 a. in.. New York, via Alh-ntown 10:00 a. in., Philadel phia 7:10 in., and New York, via Phila delphia at 12:05 p. id. Sleeping Cars run through on U.is train from Pittsburgh to l'..dtii:iore and Philadelphia, and to New ! Y01 k, via Allentown. i EAST LINE. Leaves Pittsburgh at 10: j CO P- m., stopping only at principal Sta- 1 Anivci l;lt"Altoona at 3.00 a. m.. ! Ilarrisliug' 8:15 a. Ui., lhiltitiKire 12:30 j P- n1-- 'ew Yorkf , via Alh-ntown 3:40 p. j m.. Philadclphiat 1:10 p. m., and New i Yrk v5:l Pi.iiap!.;., Rt 5.42 p. m. j lirvdjast. j Dinner. iSuj'pcr. .lollNSTOWX ACCOMMODATION, daily, x..vpt Sunday, at 4:15 p in. stopping j 1 at regular stations between I itt.-uurgti ami i : Conemaugh, and connecting at Rlairsville I . lnter.-ccti n with trains f In'lian.i Rianch Vtt I'ennsj 1 vania Railroad. I ALTOONA ACCOMMODATION, dailv. , ,.xcq,t ux at T;10 a m ftopil;nj; at a,, (regular ttations between Pittsburgh and Ah".ii;i and making close connection with trains on Indiana Branch. West Pennsvlva- nia II:.ilroad, Ebensburg and Cresson R R, ; and Hollidaysburg Branch. j fornia and Australia have emphatically Judcrscl it as the MixuiPs Mi: :inCiNi: iwr excellence, ami in Spanish America and all the tropical climate, it is considered the only reliable antidote to epidemic fevers. There is no mvsterv abmit flip c:nws .f l (s SIHCPSS. Ills llie ulilv ttt .il-l'lel.?.- nn.l J . ..... ... ...... alterative in which are combined the grand requisites of a mild, pure, and unvitiated vegetable stimulant, with the finest selec tion of P-iiio. antibilh.us, anti scorbutic, aperient, and d;purative herbs, plants, roots, and barks that have ever been inter mixed in a medicinal prp-itinn. The Bitters have this distinctive quality, which is net shared, it is believed, lv any tonic, tincture or extract in the world - they do not excite the pulse, though thev infuse a wonderful degree of vigor into the nervous system, and strengthen and sustain the whole physical organization. it i;i a proper to state that the Bitters arc sold exclusively in glass, and never under any circumstances hv the irallon or the barrel. Impostors find imitators aie ;broad, and the only safeguard the public has against them is to sec that the Bitters thev buv bear the engraven label nn.l unto of hand of Messrs. liostetter & Smith, and J .ii oi aiessrs. liostetter Hi hnnth, and vernment stamp over the cork of the the gov bottle ERRORS OF YOUTH. . A Gentleman who suffered for years from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all the affects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who need it, the receipt and directions for making the simple remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience, can do so by addressing. JOHN B. OGDEN No. 13 Chambers St., New York. Feb. 1st, 18G'j. ly. At LARGE and tine selection of VALEN TINES, just received and for sale at the Book Store of .LAMES. MURRAY Februaiy I860. ildu Slbbertisnncnfs. PUBLIC SALE. TTJILL be exposed to public sale at Crcsson, II Cambria county, on Saturday, the 24 Ih ,l,J'J f March, Eighteen Mules and their Harness, four Wagons, two Sleds, one Puo.-", one Ruck Wagon, one Sleigh, two Sets Ruggy Harness, a considerable Amount of Pine Lumber, one 20-horse Pol table Steam Engine and Circular Saw-mill, to gether with a variety of other articles too tedious to mention. Sale to commence at fen o'clock on the above mentioned day, when terms, &c, will be made known. M. M. ADAMS. March 1, 1806. 4t. LLOYD St CO,, B A N K E 11 S , Ebcnsburg, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. EOLD, SILVER, GOVERNMENT PONDS and other securities bought and sold. Intercut allowed on time deposits. Collec tions made on all accessible points in the L'nited States, and .1 General R inking business transacted. March 1, 1800. tf. 1SG0. PHILADELPHIA. ISGG. WALL PAPERS. HOWELL A: IJOUllKK, MANL'FAi 1 1 i:i:i:s i.r I'APEK IIAMJLMJS AND Y i 11 1 u v & li a des ( Coiner FOURTH & MARKET Streets. PHILADELPHIA. N. B. Always in Sttie, a Large Stock of LINEN & OIL SHADES. March 1, 1800. Cm. STEAM TO AND FROM THE 'OLD COUNTRY.' SHORTEST SEA PASSAGE. THE FAVORITE. FIRST-CLASS. Clvde built Iron Steamers, of the Anchor Line of the Trans-Athntic Steam Packet Ships, I11PEIINIA, CALEDONIA, LKFTANIA, COLUMBIA, CAMBRIA. INDIA. sail regularly to and fiom New Yoik. Rates of passage as low as by any other lir.-t-class line. These fine Ocean Steamers are fitted up in every respect to insure the safety, comfort and ouveulence to passengers. On very advantageous terms, the Anchor Line grant through tickets to and from all the Stations on the Irish and English Rail ways and principal cities of the United States, and also forward passengers at very low rates to and from France, Oerinany &c. As this (company m.t ,.tn,l..y runn ers, those who wi.di passige tickets, or certificates of passage to send for their friends will please apply at any of the Company's Agencies throughout the States, or at the head otlice in New York, to FRANCIS MACDONALD & CO., 0 Bowling fireen. KERR &. CO., Agents. 100 Main Street. Altoona, Pa. February 1, l?0C.2in. FOREIGN MiliTIU; AXI EXCHANGE OFFICE. TJTE are now selling Exchange (at New York lK Rates on England, Ireland. Wales, (ierinany, Austria, Bavaria, Baden, Hessn, Hanover, Belgium. Scotland, Prus-ia, Wurlcinbcrg, Saxony, Switzerland, Holland, Norway and France. Ami Tickets to and from any Port in England, Ireland, Scotland, Ierinany, France, California, New South Wales or Australia. O. KERR ev- CO. Altoona, Marcli 1, lSOO.ly. UISSOl.l TIO.Y. ItTOTICE IS HEREBY (1 1 YEN, that the ij jiartnciship heretofore existing betweeu E J Mills & Y S P.arker, trading under the name of E J Mills & 0, has been this day dissolved by mutual consent, E J Mills, Esq, retiring. All persons knowing them selves indebted to the said firm aic requested to make payment. E J MILLS & CO. February 17, 1800. CChThe undersigned will continue tho mercantile business at the old st.n..,l of V. J Mills ec Co, and respectfully requests a continuance of the patronago of the late firm. E J Mills will continue to have charge of the business and make settlements. Y. S. BARKER. March 1, 1800. St.. pURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD, The 1 Whitest, the most durable and most eco nomical. Try it! Manufactured only by ZIEGLER SMIl'll, Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers No. 137 North THIRD Street PHILADELPHIA, l ebruary 8, 18CG.ly. STRANGE, BUT TRUE. Every young lady an.l gentleman in the I nited States can hear something very much to their advantage by return mail (free of charge.) by addressing the undersigned. J'hose having fears of being humbugged will oblige by not noticing Him card. All others will please address their obedient servant, THOS. F. CHAPMAN, ' n. , , 831 Broadway, New York. Feb. 1 18GG. ly. DURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD, Will I do more and hotter woik at a Hvcii Cost than any other! Trv it ! Manufactured only by ZIEGLER ec SMITH. Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers, No. 137 North THIRD Street PHILADELPHIA. 1'cb. 8. 180tf.lv. PRICES REDUCED. J ohiittown Mnrble Workit A N EW STOCK The subscriber has just received a l-irrrf nn.l lian.1r.m irivi.i.'o 1P A Italian and American pj MA R B L E , Jt comprising the largest and finest (A. stock of the kind ever brought to;jf deinnsiowii, ar, ins esiaonsnmeni on Franklin Street, where he is prepared, with an adequate force of experienced and skilful workmen, to execute all kinds of MONUMENTS, Mantels, Tombstones, Ta ble and Bureau Tops, Arc, as cheap as they can be purchased in any of the cities. A large stock of Gkisostonks on hand and for sale low. Articles of my manufaclii'e can be pur chased at the Hardware Store of Mr. Geo. Huntley, in Ebcnsburg. r7 Prompt attention paid to triers from a distance and work delivered where de sired. JOHN PARKE. Sept. 21, 1S05. License A'olice. The following named persons have filed their petitions for licenses, which will be presented for the action of the Court of natter Sessions of Cambria county before the judges thereof, on Monday the Cth day of Marcli next, to wit : Tavi:un" l.n kxsk. Jacob Gcrbhart, Allegheny township. John Gad, Cambria borough. Simon Schroth. CarrolHown borough, Jesse Patterson. Conemaugh borough, I). A. Conrad, Ebensburg boro.. West War 1, I Ienry Foster, Ebensburg boro.,Wcft Ward, William Doubt. Johnstown, Matthias Wisscll, Johnstown. 2d Ward, John II. Williams, Johnstown 2d Ward, Charles Zimmerman. Johnstown. 3d Ward, Augut Wigand. Johnstown, 5th Ward, Thomas Callan, Loretto borough, Peter M'Dermott, Millviiie borough, Dominick M'llugh, Millviiie borough, James M. llifile, Siimniitville borough, George M'Gougii, Clearfield township, Otto Helly, Washington township. Michael Lai U ner, Cambria township. James D. Hamilton, Wihnore borough. Valentine Maliz-y, Wilmorc lxnough. George Wentroath, Wiiiiiore borough. C'nri.-ti.m II ager C neuiaugh borough. Daniel Confer. Taylor township. Om;ai:t Licknsk. Richanl II. Tudor. Ebensburg West Ward. GEO C. K. ZAI1M, Cl'k Q. S Ebensburg Februaiy 15th, lSC0.-3t. irriMLs. WOTICK IS IIEREl'.V Gl YEN, That the l)j Appeals for the year 1800, will le held at the Commissioner's office in Ebcnsburg, as follows : On Monday, March Path Allegheny. RIacklick, C.mbiia. and (-'best townships, and Chest Springs and Cambria boroughs. On Tuo.-day, March 20th Carroll, Croyle, Clearfield, Cneiiiaugh and Minister town ships and Carrolltown and Coii'.uiaugh bor oughs. Or. Weilncsday .Tsr.ireli 21st T.tcVcson tp., aud Ebensburg, Johnstown, Prospect and Ijoretto boroughs. On Thursday, March 22d Millviiie and Summitville boroughs and Richland, Sum intrhiirand Susquehanna townships. On Fiiday, March 23d Taj lor. Wash ington, White and Yoder townships and Wilmore hrwugh. The Military Appeals for each district will bo held at the same time and place the ap peals for property are held. Witness our hands at Ebcnsburg this ljth day of February. 1800. E GLASS. ) E. II. DUNEGAN. Ujonir's. JOHN CAMPBELL, Attest. Wm. II. Si-:ciu.i:it, Clerk. eoruarv l800.3t. FOR SALE OR RENT. rglUE FARM and COAL LAND formerly .. owned by John Gillan. Sr., situate in Blaeklick township, Cambria county, about seven miles North-west of Ebriishurg, ad joining lands of the late John G illan, Jr.. Divid Rowland. lavid Davis, Jr., and Jacob and Peter Wagner, containg One Hundred (tnl T ice nty -three .lens, or thereabouts, having thereon erected a GOOD STONE DWELLING HOUSE and A Large ISaiili. Karn. This land contains an abundance of coal of a superior quality adrift 4 fed thick having been ojieucd which is now le;ng worked. Apply to the undersigned, the present owners, residing in the borough f Ebens bur'. R. L. JOHNSTON, WM. KITTELL. Nov. 30. 1805. tf. N EW FIRM. A. M'FADDON t BROTHERS. OLD BRICK WAREHOUSE. IlOLLIDAYSr.rjRG, PA., Dealers in all kinds tf GROCERIES, TOBACCO, FLOUR, CIGARS, OHO , MACKEREL, CORN MEAL, SHAD. SALT. HERRING, PLASTER. CODFISH, NAILS & IRON, GRAIN, GLASS, LEAD vv- OILS. All of which are sold low for cash. llollidaysburg. May 31, 1805-tf H. WALTERS, Main street, between Franklin and Clinton, North side, JOHNSTOWN, PA. BAS constantly on hand a largo and well selected stock of seasonable W Ml AID GROCERIES- His stock cciiists of almost eveiy article usually kept in a retail store, all of which have been selected with care and are offered at prices which cannot fail to prove satisfac tory. . Call and examine for yourselves. Nov. 10, lgOo.Om.'. II. WALTERS. The Life an 1 Campaigns of General Mc Clcllan, for pale bv JAMES MURRAY. Mnlli Annual Itcport Of the Protection Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Cambria County: Amount of property insured as per eighth annual report, $242,811 PJ Ara't. of property insured since eighth annual report, 113,477 50 S 350,201 CO Deduct amount of property in sured in policies cancelled and expired, 27,728 05 Total amount of property now insured, 328,503 04 Ara't; of premium notes in force as per eighth annual report, $23,1 CO 00 Ani't. of premium notes taken since eighth annual report, 11,312 20 $34,172,26 Deduct premium notes cancelled and expired, 2070 58 Total amount of premium notes now in force. $31,102 OS Number of policies in force as per eighth annual repot t. 252 Number of policies isueel since eighth annual report, 122 374 Deduct number of policies can cilled and expired. Total No. of policies now in force, Balance in hands of Treasurer and Agents as per eighth an nual report, S00 30 Percentage o-i premium notes. Are., cancelled since eighth an nual report, 503 70 $030 00 Compensation of otiicrrs and agents for past year ,217 5'J Incidental expenses for past year, 02 207 52 Leaving balance' in the hands of Treasurer ami agents of S '.32 51 JOHN WILLIAMS, Piesident. D. J. Jon i s, Secrctarv. January 8, 1800. Feb. 22. 1800.3L if HIT A! CA? STORE. R. W. BARMIISEL, TJAS jut returned from the east, where he fl has purchased the largest and lest assort- HATS AND CAPS ever brought to Johnstown, togetln r with an excellent assortment of gentlemen's furn ishing goods. AlcO a line quality of e:.t!e nien's SHOES AND GAITERS. His stock consists in part of Drawers, Shirts, O ill.r.i. 1 lan.llrercljietS, X.K-li.-.. Su.-.vi)'lwr, Stockings. Gloves, Umbrellas, Ladies Hats. Hoods, Leghorn Hats, Hats for children and youth, together with all sorts of goods usu ally kept in an establishment of this kind. His goods aie all new. Call an', examine his stock. Don't forget the idaec, on Main street, time doors cut of Fi azier's Drug Store. January 18, lSOG.tl. Tie Hi, IAST. M A1U' II TEU.M SECONU WEI.K. Comment. inO on Monday, the I2thday of March, 1800. Purdy, r.v Ptirdy. Morgan. vs Ilolliday, et, al. Tiernan, Endorsee,' r-Haws Moore, vs Roberts, ct. ah Hendeiso.i, ot. al. rs Haws, I'ordeu, ct. al. rs same. Raird. r.v Black, O'Callahan, et. ux. rs Kinney, it. ux. Giltillan. rs Haws, r.vcoming Co. I. Co. rs Noon's, Adm'r. Ilucther. rs Grafe, Kerrigan, rs M'Ken.ie, ct. al. Wind, Morrill & Co- vs Lloyd, Earhart, vs Hitch, Smith, , vs Gardner V Lloyd, Eiger, M'Kenzic, M'Connell, rs Iluber, Bianift". vs Ebensburg borough, Oioper it Co. rs Wike, Paul, t-v Suae, et. al. GEO. C. K. ZAHM, Proh'y. Prothonotrv's Ollice, Ebensburg, ) February 12th, 18C0.-3t. J WM. M. LLOYD &, CO., BANKERS, j ALTOONA. PA. ! WILL transact .nil legitimate Banking, 1 u j and sell Government Binds and GoM i f and Silver. lute rest p'el on time deposits. February 1, 1800. tf. GEORGE m. RIDDLE, ANDREWS, WILKINS& CO., IMPOIiTKRS AND JODP.EHS IN DRY GOODS. r03 aiarltel JSIrocf, lIilI.lli:i.E13B ft, Philadelphia, November I, 1803.0m.. executor's IVolici. ETTE1IS TESTAMENTARY upon the A Estate of PATRICK DONAHOE, late of Washington township, Cambria county, deceased, having been granted to the sub seril.ers. all persons indebted to said cstats are rerfuested to nrake immediate j'aymont, amf those having claims against the same are notified to present them properly au thenticated for settlement. THOMAS DONAHOE, 1 , JOHN M. BRADY, j 1jXI ' January 25, 1800.0. HALLAGHElPS MAGICAL HAIR OIL. ft and VEGATABLE OIL SOAP, fur sale at the Book Store of Feb. 22, 1806. JAMES MURRAY. lARPENTER'S RHEUMATIC FLUID, f r I sale at the Bch.i1; Store of Feb. 22, lb5. JA MLS MURRAY. Itiglst 's tico. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that iiitJ following accounts have been passeu and filed in the Register's oftice at Ebens burg, aud will be presented to the Orphans' Court of Cambria county, for continuation and allowance, on Monday, the 5th day of March next, to wit : The first account of Jacob Ilorr.cr. Adm'r. of Margaret Thompson, late ef the Bjroiigh of J .hii.-town, dee'd. The a .-count of John William, Eq.. Adm'r. of the Estate of Evan J. Evans, dee'd. The lirst and partial ; erour.t if John F. Stull, Guardian of Jane Oster, minor child of Solomon Oster, late of Richland town ship, d.ec'd. The second .-.nd final account of Joseph A. Dimond and John C. Diniond, Adm'rs. of Daniel Diuioud, late of Minister town ship, dej'd. The lirst account of George rris, Adm'r. of George Rose, late of Richland towushi', dee'd. The hist and putialaccoi.iit f Levi B. Hombeigcr and William M. Herringtor. Adm'rs. . T Jacob Bra.lier. dee'd. The account of John Adm'r. of Joseph Ban nan. Luc of Allegheny towusd.ip, dee'd. The third a voiint of Jacob Stinema:':. Guardian of the miiijr children of Fred.eriek Crojlc, late of Croyle town-hip. dee'd. The tir.-t account of George t'onra 1. Guardian of the minor children of Samuel Ream, late of Riehlaml township, dee'd. The final account if Isaac Evans, Ex'r. of Hugh Tulor, late of Cambria towii.d.ip, dee'd. The account of John E. Maueher. Admin strator rum rxtannnu annex.) uf Jacoh Kreuti'.r, late of Cairoll township, dee'd. The tir.-t and partial account i f John F. Stud. Guardian of Israel .-;er, minor child of Solomon Oster, late of Richland township, dec;.!. The second account of Josepli S. Strayc: . Administrator of David Ribblett, latr n" Conemaugh township, ; cM. Thepiriia! accunt of Jo.-cph M ih r, E- q . Trustee appointed by the rphan.- C" i:r t of Cambria county, to sell the re;d estate ..f which John Kearns. late' of Croyle township, died siezed in puiciiant to pioceeclings in partition. The seci ii l r.n 1 final ;a count of Miclim.l M'Guiie. Executor of Philip Torpey. h.: of Mill vdle b nvigh, C.-;r.bria ennty . !ee"d. The first and final a. count of 1'enjamin Lloyd, Adminhtrat or of William R. Roberts, dec'ii. The accov.r.t f W. C. Lev. is. Guirdian r F.uimct Ilite, a minor child if Ji.hr. ili'.e, late of Johns!' ..-n, d-.-ed. The first and final a. count of David Sh-if-for, (tiiardiau of Samuel, Jac4 and Mary Shaffer, uiiue-r chiidrca of Jac b Shaffer. dee'd. The sec a 1 and final account of John Buck, E.-q., Yrr.v.ee to sell theieal estate of Matthias Shrank, dee'd. The first account of William KlMe'l, Ad mini.-trat-r .f the estate i f John Reos. l..i:: of r.lacl-.liek tnwn-hip. -k-.M. of the l e.O. estate of sail l'.-:ccder.t, 1 ly order" of ih; Oi olian's C-.irt. The account of E. J. Wafers. Em;.. Ad ministrator of the e.-tate -.f L ivid E. Davi.-, late of Summerhiil town-hi'n dee'd. JAMES GRI7FIN. Regi.-lcr. Register's c.fihv, E'eu.-burg. I February b. U-:0.4l. ) LOOK HERE! rflir. undersigned will sell at privat-sal -Ji. the following real estate in Cambii.i county, .: : A tract of land in Washington township, situate 1.1 miles from Cic.s- n. adj-'inimr hue's of M. M. Adams. Daniel (VisJc,' H':g!, J. M'Cioskey. Joseph Cit.', Jacb Burs-oor., and ethers, containing about 31;; acres. Al--i) A piece or parcel of land sit-.niio in the same township, about two mihs from the borough of Wi'n.ore and one mile fi-.in Portage Station, adk.ining lands of I. M'- G E CollM'.UliiL NINETY SIX j ACRES, about sixty acre- of whvh are cleared, having there n erected a frame j dwelling house ;md fnrr.e barn. Cn this' i tract tl.eie is a large vein of lime ,t '.'j and a ! vein of coal. i Ai.- Two contignou.5 tracts of cv;J I and timber land, si'uatc near Sunn: ciT.il I Statii-n. in Croyle township, containing ''r,' ' acres, fifty of which aic cleared, having ' thereon erected a dwelling heme and barn, j .i.-o A tract of limber hind in l.lac!; . j lick and C.irr'.'.t t.wn.-hips. c-.s Mining 317 acres A iirar.cn oi t lit- 11 .ioI.ok creei an i Dutch run pass through the same. This is a do.-irablo prnprrty. Ai--t The farm and coal trad formerly owned by J -hn Gillan, Sr., situate in Black lick township, about seven n :h - N'oiih-vvtst of Ebensburg, ailjoining lands of tbe late John Gi!l.i: Jr.," David R .wland. Davi ! Davis, Jr., and Jacob and Peter Wagner, containing 123 acr s, or thereabouts, having thereon erected a good stone dwelling hou e and a h barn. This la. id contains an abundance of coal of a superior quality a vein 4' feet thick having been opened and woi ked. Ai--o A piece or ptircel of land MttinV. in Cambria town-hip, adjoining the aucicnt city of P.r.leaw, containing 02 acres. Ar,o A r.umber of lots, dwelling houses, and pieces or parcels of ground situate in and near the boro' of Ebensburg. Ai sei Other lauds hcntcd in different parts eJ' the countv not above designate!.- WM. KITTELL. Ebensburg, Nov. .".0, IsOo. tf. Tni: Masox Hamlix Cai iit 'iiovn.-. forty dilVeri'iit stvL-s. adapted to sacred and sc- uhir music, for ,S0 to 0i each. FIF TY -ONE GOLD OR SILVER MEDALS, or other lir.-t piciuiuius awarded them. Il lustrated Catologues fiee. Address. MA SON & HAMLIN, Boton, or MASON BROTHERS. New Yokk. Sept. o, l8c.'j ly. PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD. Ic ferred by all practical Painters! Tiv it ami vou will have no other. Manufactured otdyby ZIEGLER & SMITH, Wholesale Drue. Paint ami Gh ss Dca'ir--No. 137 Noith THIRD Sim t. PHILADELPHIA. February 8, 1600 ly.