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- A Eni a usable SIarfoagx. A. lovin
. cocpk at Sharpsburj, Ky., arrived at that
- tins cf hfa when they think "sixteen and
twenty for each are meant," had appointed
a recant Thursday evening for the cele-
. uiiiuu i laeir nupiuns, out untortunately
f the younj gentloman who procured the li-
cessa tailed to make his appearance with
mat important document, aud after wait-
Snj a lcn time, the minister patienco
- trcra out and ha departed. Another clar-
rjtsaa was gent for. butowin to the late
ness of the hour and the inclemency of
ine weatuer, he refused- to comply, and
tne ceremony had to be postponed till the
i next day. In the meantime ; the nerson
, taring the license appeared, and in due
time on the morrow the minister was en
route for the residence of the bride ; but
. en arriving on the banks of the classic
, Iiinkston Creek, 'the ibod kad placed an
'. impassable barrier in his way. Not to
be thwarted this, time, however, one of
- the bridal attendants swam the stream
. : with the license, the bride and groom,
mounted on horseback, drew near the
" water's edge. The minister mounted a
itump, and frem the opposite sida of the
stream, proceeded to solemnize the mar-
; riage rites according to the statutes of
-. Kentucky. Thus, says the Carlisle Sler
: cury, were Jerry Jewell and Hannah
Shrout, both of Bourbon county, made
one fiesh and bade go on their wiy re--
There lives in the southeast portion of
amaen, Loram county, Ohio, a Mrs.
r Polly Haskins, who is one hundred and
v fifteen years of age. When the British
fieet landed in New Bedford, Conn., she
1 end her parents were obliged to quit their
home ehe traveling on foot, and carrying
a feather bed twenty miles the first day.
, JJa. Youatt, a famous veterinary sar
eeon, who has been bitten eight or ten
, limes by rabid animals, relates that crys
tals of nitrate of silver, rubbed into the
- weund, will positively prevent bydropho-
fcia io the bitten. True or not, it is easily
tried, and is not dangerous. ....' t
Tu z President's cook j daily expecting
a summons from the impeachment commit
tee for not putting black pepper in the
" coup. '
"POLAND'S . - ;
, Ilaglc rjiSIoua Poirders.
" - This Prepsration is the dis-
S covery of Rev. J. W. Polako.
' formerly Pastor of the Baptist
' . yiJSf DUrcn l uoustown, K. II. a
r 31 C man dearly beloved bjr that de
" nomination throughout N.En-
land. He was obliged to leave
um juipu ana stuay mcnJicme to save his
wn uie, ana nis Juagic foWDEBs re oneof
me most. wonderful discoveries of modern
;tirnes. It is the GREAT LIVER and BIL-
I0U3 REMEDY, which completely throws
In the shade all other discoveries in medicine;
-and it affords him much gratification that
they receive the unanimous approbation of
. all who have tested them. . . The rMagic Bil
ious Powder? are a POSITIVE CURE FOR
LIVER COMPLAINT In its most aggrava
t Ud farm, and an immediate correctorof all
JILTOUS DERANGEMENTS. Excellent
for Headache, Constipation. Pimples, Blotch.
. oK7 otii. jjrowsiness, Vxzzmest, Pal
piiation. Heartburn, and a mcst wonderful
Cure and Preventative of Fever & Ague
- ( We advise all who are troubled with this
fearful malady to always ketp the Powders
cn band ready .for immediate use.) - , ,
, Here are a few important particulars:
1st. They are the great specific for Bilious
AC?ction. ;id. They are the only known
remedies thst will cure Liver Complaint.
Bd. They are the only known remedy 'that
illcure Constipation. 4th, The Powders
are so thorough in their operation that one
package will be all that the majority of those
si2 tbem will require to efTict a cure. 6th.
-They are a mild and pleasant yet the most
Actual cathartic knows. 6th. Tney are
-the cheapest and best medicine extant, as
.they can be sent by mail to any part cf the
globe for the pries, 0 cents. . I
Circulars, contusing certificates, Informa
tion, otc, tent to say part of the world free
of charge, JESoU ty all DrugS:sU, or by
mau oa application to- '...' , . i i.
; ,C. G. CLARK & CO., Oen'l Agents. -Price;
60 Cu.pcr Bos. . New IiATrr.. Cx.
tJAA tldTARD! ;
O- w t For a medicine that xsill curt
COUGHS, . :;, . , . .
; INFLUENZA, . ; '
y TICKLING IN THROAT, '
. . . - WHOOPING COUGH,
t. or relieve CONSUMPTIVE CO UG IIS. .
COZ'S COUGH BALSAM
OVER ONE MILLION BOTTLES
bave been sold, and not a single instance cf
Its failure is known. We have in our pos
eessicn any quantity cf Certificates, some of
them from EMINENT PHYSICIANS who
haveitsed it in their practice, and given it
the pre-eminence over rIJ other compounds.
IT DOES NOT DRY UP A COUGH,
PUT LOOSENS IT,
o as to enable the -patient to expectorate
freely. Two cr three doses will iktaeiaelt
TES TIC3U-G I.N' THE THEOAT. A half Lot
tie. bas often completely cared the most
BiuLbcm Cough, acd-yct, though -it is
euro and speody in it3 operation, it i3 rer
fcctly harmless, U-ing purely ve;etalle. It
4a very ngrcrable ta the ta t-, and may be
administered to children cf any ae.
In ccsesef Croup we will gvkrakteacitrt,
if trjeen in season. , -
t:o ramllj t!icr.!a I;o wltlicut It.
It is within tha reach cf all.it teh the
ttcarest aca L
C. O. L'LJkRi; ft CO
Wiif.i i.cw 3 v.
Neiv rUrs-n, Confi.-
ALL KMDS OF CIIAffiO,
such as common "Wlnsdr Chairs, Fret Back
Chairs, Vienna Chairs, Bustle Chairs, Ilka
Backed Chairs, Sociable Chairs,
4 Vit-TiJ f
CHAIRS," OP EVERY SIZE
SPRING SEAT CMIRS,
Settees, Loud gcs.dc.dc - : .
of every description and of latest1,
STYLES, WI1 II P 'RICES TO SUIT THE
Tastes of all.
Thankful for past favors, he re3peot
fully tolicit3 a liberal share of public patron
age. Clinton Street, Johnstown Cambria
Co-P- j Jan. 31.1867.
repurchased the Ebeneburg Foundry and is
prepared to furnish hia former customers
vwv L'UVIIVt bUAb L1C - UiLM
and all others with every description ofcaa:
iugs nsuallj? tnanufactnred at a country es-
laousnmenT;. jie win always keep on hand
the best quality of COOKING STOVES J
T T)T fT C'TrVTTr-ri nrirr. .nw.
Also rLUWb, of the most approved pat
tern. PLOW POINTS, THRESHING
MACHINES and all other articles connect
ed with the business of a Foundry '
rr. ; 'i... . r '
xie jnvnes mo patronage ot the public
and will sell at tbe most reasonable urices. I
jr.- t . ... .
loi casa or country produce.
WORD feoii JOHNSTOWN!
JOIIK J. MURPIIT & CO.,
M iheir Storas in Vie Scott House, Main St.,
ana on uunton street, Johnstown,
Ilave constantly on" hand a large and well
selected stock of seasonable
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Groceries.
and a neoeral variety of NOTIONS. &e.
Their stock consists of almost every article
esuauy 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, can and examine fur yourselves.
."RJBEfiSBURG LITERARY DEFOTH
BOOKS. STATIONERY. CIGARS. TO
BACCO. PERFUMERY. FANCY
SOAPS, Ac, &c,
In the Boom, formerly occupied ly Dr. Lemon
- as a Jjrvj blose,
Keeps Blank Books, Envelopes, Paper, Pens,
EBENSBURG dt CRESSON RAILROAD
Oa and after Monday .Nov. 19. 1866.
trams on tais road. will run as follows :
. m ... w I
Leave E3assBUF.o. -. .
At 6.05 A. M..ooanectmg with Baltimore i
Express West and Day Express East, j
At 7 00 P. M., connecting with Phila. Ex. '
tist and Day Express West.
Leave Csessos r -. r-
At 8.S0 A. M., or ca departure ef Bait.
Express West.- i - - ..
At 8.40 P. M., or on departure of the Phila
delphia Express West..
TTmwmI. -.1 J3 i . . .
HOUCellOld FumXtUTO !
LOUNGES, TABLES., 1 BEDSTEADS
SOFAS, BUREAUS. WHAT-NOTS
CUSHIONED, CANE-BOTTOMED ' AND
fCW 1 T rXT C'll TUG
NEW FURNITURE WABER00M, ..
- julia eTBEKT,'KSAS haeriet,
OpposiU the Protestant Episcopal Church,
March Y, 1867.-Cm. EAST ALTOONA.
JOHJI GAY. . ... . . WK
fO ,-Ar-Y-r W E L
vt ir5u?t a Gay A Pal
Grccsrs and CcznniEsica Ilercliants
AXD DEALERS IS
FLOUR, TRODUCE. FISH, SALT, CAR-
vux UiLS, fire, &c,
Corner Puan and Canal Sts.. oppofite Grain
..Elevator,,. febSS Pittsburgh,,
EAT. VET CHI IX 3.
4 ' .OTfBIE. CE2EL3.
IHI GUILDS Sr C O
. Vboleale Dealers In
15 rin rv crnrrm
Agents for the sale of "Ilope Mill""' Cotton
mm. iags, iiaum and Carpet Chain.
Feb. 23, lE67.-tf. -
.Lime for Sale
Add ress, V?ll. TILEY.
Jan31,-tf Hemlock, Cimbria co., P
I I. J .
SUCCESSOR to R
S. Bo-jr. TifiAPr in
0 UilUUS, MEDICINES AND PAINTS I
ITf-," f?Wnbnr2, P.. .Jan. 31, 7.tf.
Newspapers. Novels. Uistorus, Prayer and frtV?
Toy Books. &o. (v. Statior,; r't Jn Part.of Cooking,
1 . ' i
rneii is TrerAr( tr cV.jrk T.;rvr
Lli7 btation. or No. 4. r,n t K P-,
a EaiSroad t Ebenbbur, JoLnsfon,
other point cn the Penna. It. Tt. -
... . . ' .
TINWAHH, HARDWARE &c.
1807, ?G-TnADE. 1867.
, I am now prepared to offer -'
TO CASH PUBCHASEBS OF
TIN & SHEET-IRON WAR
EITHER AT - '
V "WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
My etock consists in part of every variety of
-; xsa, rucctXron, -COPPER
AND BRASS WARES,
ESAMEIXED -AKD PLAIN
SAUCS-PAIIS, r BOILERS. Us
COAL SHOVELS, UINE LAMFS, OIL
r CANS, HOUSEFURNISHING HARD- "
- v VARE OF EVERT EIND. Y ? 1
i""- 1 fpi' AntiDngt . "- !
HEATING and COOKING: STOVES,
EXCELSIOR C COKING STOVES,
NOBLE, TRIUMPH akd PARLOR COOK-
. ING STOVES,
And any Cooking Stove desired I will get
when ordered at- roannfacturer's prices.-
Odd Store Plates and Grates, rc.,. for re
pairs, on hand for the Stores I sell ; othere
will be ordered - when wanted. Particular
attention given to
I - - - . . . .
SpOllting, YalleV'S and ConductOfSt
all of which will be made out nf host mtJ.
riala and put up by competent workmen.
Lamp Burners, Wick and Cbiisaeys
'' - WHOLESALE OB EETAIL.. . i :'--i :
I would call particular attention to the Light
House Burner, with Glass Cone, for giving
more light than any other in use. -Also; the
Paragon Burner, for Crnde Oil. A
;ffiPEWCERS ' SIFTER.! - '
."M 7;-. ; -It .recommends itself.' ''
SUGAR KETTLES AND CAULDRONS
: j- of all sizes constantly on baud. ? . ..
,. .Special attention given to,
Jobbing in.Tin; Copper and SheeHron,
, . ai, iuwesfc pofcsi Die rates.
. Whoixsale'Meech ants' Lists M f
now ready, and will be sent on application
J ?i a or in person. ( ,
. Hoping te sea' all my old customer's and
many new ones this Spring, I return my
most sincere thanks for the very liberal pa
troika I have already received, snd will
endeavor to pleas.? all who may call, wheth
er thy buy or not I - . ' -
: - 5 ,. . .Francis w. hay;;.
onnstp w n, M arch J, I 8 T.-C 2T. K
gUIAX iiEDCCTIOXJIN VmvESl
- 2J CASH BTiVKItf: ...
iuo uuucreyueu; respecuuiiy lnlorms' tne
citizens of Ebensbnre and the
aly thaf he has made a creat reduction ' in
' My stock will
Parlor and HeaU
'Pular kincts : Tin-
ware of every description, of my own man
ufacture ; Hardware of all : kind: ' enrh
Lfjcks, Sciews," Batt Hinges,' Table" Hinges
Shutter Hinges, Bolts, Irt.n and.Nails. Win
dow Glass, Putty, Table Ktives and Forks,
Carving ' KoiTes and; Forks, Bleat Cutters,
Apple Parers.' Pen and Pock-ti ITtitVoa ;
great variety, 'Sci?sors.5 Shears,' Razors and
btrops, Axes, Hatchets; Ilaramcrs,- Borin"
Machines, Augers.' Chissels, Planes, (in
rasss, oquares, rues, tiasps. Anvils; Vises,
Wrenches, Rip. Panel and Cress-Cut Raw
ChaiDS of all kinds. Shovels. "'Snads R
and Snaths,, Itakes, 'Forks; SkUh' Bells,
Shoe Lasts, Pegs, ' Wax Bristles, Clothes
v nngers, unnci atones, : Patent ; Molasses
Gates and Measures. Lumber Stiffen TTr.a
A,',a "ur,"B "ooes. ast 0tc?ir Kmes. Shot
Guns, Revolvers. Pistols, Cartridges, pW-
der. Caps. Lead, &c... Odd Stove Plates
Grates and Fire Bricks, Well and Cistern
Pumps and Tubing : . Harness and SaLUm,
Vare ofa11 Wn Ji Wooden and IHZfow Ware
in itmb unrri. . r,-t - . w,
js. Turpentine. Alrnnl. .
P 1 1 1 " ry fmm 4 , r-- -7
' , ! U 1 "WV.yiirilfi.,
ct AVT "amt bitewaMi;-StNb. Ilor&e;
Shoo, Pustinjr. Varuisti. Stove. ITtthr.
Tocth Erushos,' all kiud3 and "bizes; Bod
Cords and..' Manilla Ennes. and mnv r-.t.h.
articles at the lowest rates for CASH " '
; $3 House Spouting ;rh'adc, painted and put
up at low rates for cash: "A libera! rHt-
mnde to ' country. 'dealers' h!iTin'Tin.,v
wholesale. . : . ,.-. GEO. HITnTT.fvs
v Ebensbnrg. Feb,'S3,, 1Z&7ML- ,
: : ; FKANlv Ay.-' II AY, vj
TTHOLESALE and RETAI L Manufacturer
j of TIN. COPPER and SfT r.nT.TnnM
WARE, Canal street, below Clinton. Join
toirre, a. a lare stock
DOCKET KN1TES. Taele irv,v,,s
and Forks. "Spoons: K-c. Van . Kn,v
cheap for cash at GEO. HUNTLEY'S
e d ' OOD Si U CTTEIi 1 W.t r
. . . . . . . ' -
just- received end for e.ile low f,
AHGAIKS can be had bji
yonr gooi :or cmh at
'F you f tit to buy pootla cn Ion" crc
and ray b:
paces, don't co to
men as xea, LtoUee, bugars,' Molasses, S7T-
. wxlsh. ups. Spices. Dried Peaches. Dried Apples
S- H , sh- Huminy, ; Crackers,; R?ejand 'Pearl
nitr, 1 ianey; boaps, ,UnUIes j TOBACCO Vand
. . ; Qnca saco, -
QUICK. ' ' '
-r AND SMALL PROFITS. - j
" AND SMALL PROFITS; ; ' '
' . AND SMALLPROFITS,
GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE, ;
GURLElS NEW CHEAP STORE, '
GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE,
EBENSBURG,' PA. " " ;
, EBENSBURG, PA. . ''W
GO AND SEE.
fin ANn rvv
The subscriber calls tho attention r.f tl.P
public to the fact, that he has just xece-.ved
o.uu -pUcuui, ia nis re otore, a large
Mm;, ui guutwi consisting ot a
FLOUR, CORN MEAL, CHOP FEED,
Bran. Fish. Bacn and Cheese: Sufar. Cf.
fee. Tea,' Molasses Spices. Tobacco, Cigars.
vAsuutes, ouap,; v ineper, arc,, ccc. .
NOTIONS, DRUGS, PERFUMERY, i
btonewareand Earthenware- ALSO, a fine 1
assortment of the best and latest style
- - -j - -jik
hand Tiologna Sausages, Sardines,Tresh and
Spiced Oysters in can. or half cans, and al-
most everything in the eatini? or drinking
line. ..All; of which will be sold at small
profit.; - ' . r:-: . . .'- .
; ; ; GEO. GURLEY, ,
. Main Steeet, EsEKSBxrao, Pa.
January 31, 1867. - : .... ' .
a "if liiPin :mm
: r v JOIir? I. T002A3 , ;'
Takes pleasure iri announcing to the citizens
of Ebensburg and the north of the county
generally, that he has recently added to bis
stock a large and complete assortment of
SHOES, BUSKINS, , GAITERS, &c,
For Ladies1 and Children's Wear,
from the celebrated wholesale
eetablUhment of Ziegler & Sutton, Philalel-
poia. xms stocx comprises evervthing that
is desirable and serviceable in the wav
vtwtu7-7ac sewea work, and every article Is
warrauted cf the best material and most per
fect mannfacturo. In the sale of the rw?c
I the subscriber pledges himself to repair free
' vuaic any article mat may give way af
ter a reasonable time and reasonable usae.
Ane ladies are specially invited" to call aud
examine the stock. " 1 ;
The subscriber also keeps on hand and Is
prepared to manufacture to order BOO'lB
aud-SHOES for Gent's and Youth's wear, of
ine very oest material and workmanship,
and at prices as reasonable as like work can
be obtained anywhere;- Fench Calf. Com
mon Calf, Morocco and all ether kinds . of
Leather constantly, on baud. . ,.; . ;'t , . -.j.
.CC Store on Main street, next -door to
Crawford's Hotel, i tr ,:,,v ,; ffcb21-tf. -
I;; REAL ESTATE SALES.
PRIYATE SALE MrThc subscri-!
- ; c ber will . rail. the following , described
Property at Private Sale .-5 i , ,A
One House at Portasre Station, on p.
R. R., with 2 acres of land. - Suitable for a
Store Rcxim or a Dwelling. " ,
' One Hotjae and 90 Acres Land, on Pa. R
the siding of the Union Mills of the subscri-
One House and 2 Acres Land aS Porta
now occupiea by liouisa Keeners. A v,rA
site for a Store. , ' . - -' s
One Water Power Saw Mill. witKfri t
rods of the Pa. R. R.. one half I
?ntaS8 Agether witb timber iand, 100.
po.orSOO acres, to suit purchasers. The
-r ... ,. . i .
i61 ta Wbc? actof 480 acrs.
with tirhber enough on the same to run the
water mm ior seven years. The property
has 1,500 to 2.000 . feet of side tracks con
necttng with the Pa. It. R. - ,1; -.
A geueral Warrantee Deed will be given
on ten days notice for all the foregoing pVo
perty, and possession cf all houses, etc? will
be sriven on 1st April next. - - 5.-
Call soon, as the property Will be disoosed
of on or. before the 1st April.. ' ? ; "f i
The - improyements ' cost the "subriber
$6,000. 'IS' '
150 Acies of theTnd is timbeTed with
good Sugar, and the Land itself is warranted
to be as goed as ny in Cambria county.'
Thrse creaks' pass through the L-ind Viz
Trout Run.Mclntosh Run and rightEun
There is CAL on -he 'Land, and auy'
amount of mrrY vrnrn -n.
The location is the on'y outlet to the coal
lacds of Eurke and the :Wcb. 21. Ltoyd &
Co. lands. : t,: .w-- . y
: Two pieces of. the Land adfofn tl.
formerly owned by Hon, Thcs. A. Scott, and
known as the M'Coy Farm. ; ; . . :
. ' One-third the purchase money wi:i be re
quired down ; the balance in tlx ssd twclre
months. ' .;:'::-':- i . .
'-Ten per ce-U will bs deducted for cs-b
pavmeuts. ; - ..-r ,
. - Tho property will be SnLt' in preference
ta being eexted, as the sabacriber has- not
time to collect rents. '. : . .
vThe House and Let, gay 1 Arra cf Land,
at Ports -2. now occupied by Louisa Keep
crs. will oa sold low, if sold soon. Also, the
Eiore ioom at the same lar 3. with 2 Acres
Land, formerly occupied bv Victor Voc-ht!r
sold to him at one time -for.' S725wPl
,fc8 vCC3. The former will U
sold for caebv cr lis tvnivzlzzt. -
i - .Wilaore.Tcb. 1,. 2257.-5.. -
Larger Stock f Goods. The East 5 .7; Z, Z . " .PwLirf
and .the Greatest. Variety w .:bLWiLUV. 'l'.?1" ck
to Town. - , ' ITTORNEY AT. LAW. EbensUira. Pa. 1." o . lQ .HaQi'A
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST, LSf jfnrfr thektet l2s at rt St?
LARGEST. CHEAPEST AND REST , Jan. Sl.67-tf. pmcES. . .anattClTI
LARGEST. CHEAPEST A vn-nrsT - i?
'fin ivn RU-w - I iTwiiwrr a ti- t . ttt ' V0iA getting u P.r.Av'B-
t : PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
- L. PEESIIi:ca, Attorney-at-
Law, JoJmsioicn. Ta. OGlce on Frank
lin street, up-Etoirsfc over John ; Benton's
Hardware Store. Jan. 31, 1867.
,YtAlES C. EASLY, ArronxEY-
O at-Law, Carrolltown, Camlria Co.. Pa.
Collections and all legal 'business promptly
attended to. " . Jan. 31, 1SG7.
TDT KINKEAD, Justice of ths Peace
and Claim J vent. Office removed to
the oSce formerly occupied by M. Hasson.
isq,, esc-a, on Uigh b t., Ebecsburg.
' ' Khtnxhurrt
1 sn- . . f
ij umce in i;onade Row,
T Jan. 5, 18C7tf.. ;
" JOSEPH M'DONALD.
f ITTORNEF AT LAW, Ebensburo Pa
U '"ce uu Uentre street, opposite McHire's
; fuotei, .,.:':,?: ... Jan. 31 !8G7-tf
ITTORNEYAT LAW.our Pa.
fl Office on High street, adj,4riins his retd
oence. , - Jan si; iS67.-tf;
GEOliGE M. J?EED,
of ITTORNEY AT. LAW. Ebenslura. Ta-
".vu lu-aiu e tree t, inree floors t,st
ol Julian. Jan 31 1867
' ' -
GEORGE YT. '.-O ATM AN.
t TTORNEY AT LA 7, Ebensburg. Pa.
il uiuice m Vyoionaoe now. Centre street
r January 31, lSS7.-tf.
ITTORNEY AT LAW, Ebenbvrg. pa.
ix vmte io voionaae How, Centre street.
JatuSl. l8G7.-tf. ,
, F. A. SHOEMAKER,
ITTORNEY AT LAW. Ebensburg, Pa -
u ujlu ouuci .uue ciorir r,:ir nr titm
ianKing uouse f Uoyd & Co.
; January 21, 1867.-tf. -' . . - , ,
... . . ' ..w
JOHNSTON & SCANEAN, ;
Attorneys at Law, . , V ?
.. .. .Ebensburg, Cambria ce.. Pa.
' .Office oppsite the Gurt Houso. " ,
. rEbensburg, Jan. 31, 1867.-tf. ' -
11 Oince in building on corner of Main and
franklin street, opposite Mansion? Houe.
Knr.. . ...... ' . '
second tloor. f Entrance on Franklia Btreet.
, Johnstown, Jan. 31, lSG7. tf. v ' ...
; D. M-AlJGriLINj -
ITTORNEY AT LA W. Johnstown,-Pa
fl Office in the Exchange building, on the
Corner of Clinton and Locust streets up
stairs. Will attend to all "business connect
ed with hts profession, a'', ' 1 r
Jan. 31, 18C7.-tf. r - .: ..-
'.I' S. BELFORD DENTIST,
fiONTINUES to visit Ebensbur-TersonalIv
il on the 4th -Monday cf. each month. -
awscuue iewjs i. onyner, wno
Rtud-.od wjth the Doctor, will remain in the
ofHce and attend to all business entrusted to
him. : Jan31,'G7.
D. T. CAI.D'WEL'L, ' -
TRiriST NATIONAE BANK
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DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF-TnE
: : - . . - UNITKD STATES. . , - .
I Corner Virginia and Annie Sheets. NoriJi
Ward. AUoona. Pa. ' . . ! ? .
Authorized Capital, .. , S300 C00
Cash Capital paid inr . - " . - 15000
on favorable terms ,
rinternal Revenue SUmnWf ,11 . d.;.
nations, always ou hand.' .
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5 ;To purchaser of Stamps, percentage, id
Uamps, will be allowed, as follows; "
150 to $100. 2 per cent. S100 to A?00?
o per ceni ; JUO and upwards, 4 per cent.
IK.ST 5" Ii X?iv ?i A Lr 13 .IS I
-': Pr -'OHS6TOWN, CAMEB.IA. CJ.. A.
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Capital. 550,000 Privilege to Increase
. , to $100,000. , ,
Inland and Eorcign Drafts furnished.
y Gold and Silver bought and sold,
r .Collections made, at Rome and abroad.
U. S. Bonds and Securities of all kind cb-
tamed. " . : . .".
Deposits received and money loaned.
. A general Banking business transacted.
- . t, : ' " DiHEcroBs. . ::' V"
Di J.Morrell. 7
Jacob JI. Campbell.
George Fritz, v .
John DVert, ,
E. 1, Townsend,-
. Jncob Levera'ood
D.J. MOIiriELL, Preset.
II. J. RosrsTS, Cashier.
Gold, Silver, Government Loar d
other Srcuritics, boaht and s Id. Interest
allowed ou Time Lenoats. .Odlecti-sna m
on Rii accrssm;
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points in the United St?
and a general Rankin? bu
, January SI, If 37. " ,
f .-j. mjjtjvi ij. aJ CO., .
D.a, otherincip citiss and b'dver
and Goid i..r rile. ColUcticr.s
Lcnsjs received cn de?cdt, ravftl!a on "d.
tz22a, Without i2tsrtt cr upx: tins, with
wtnv?Mt-f!r ratc.w.. . " .. ,
Having cur oSce fitted np with a , ,
vaiie! assortnJer.t of M
Job Type, Power and Card Prs-e,
IXnUnz riacfatne and Book Bid '
and ell the reeraisittsof a. firCi . .
icu, for .he purpcbe cf eiecct, vj. c?
share of the ttork heretofore sent toci
lunmeru,- ana pledge onrsefves to do jfM
muij ana no u 83 Chsa? as i can h A
such work as your own Minting "ffiff;!
uut me liciiiiies ior execuim. GITF ra
Orders for work left at the FkEEaAxog-.
will be promptly attended to. jtnl-aa.
We are cow eeKir.s Exchar?se (it v,,
YorkEateaon - ' - c . k
England; - Ireland,
Wales, ; : Genaaav.
Baden, , Hessen.
Holland, 1 Norvay and France.
And Tickets to and from anv Pmt in
England, --Ireland.. Scotlan..!.
Germany, France, Californ:,
New South Wales or Absu1;s.
AT THE "
JOHIJSTOTTn luAHBLE TsmTsrrsr
The subscriber has just received a
large and handsome invjico
Italian and American
W A U D U , ! I ' .' - I.
I v u
dni ever brought tol' 4"
Johnstown, at his establisliment t
on Franklin Street," where he is c.rr)arf
with an adequate fores of exDerienm: H
fkilful workmen, to execute all km.r
MONUMENT'S. Mantels. Tombstona. T.
ble and Bureau Tuns, 5:c. 3 chean as tier
can ue purcnasea m any ol the Cities.
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A large stock of Guixmtoses cn
and for sale low.
A-room has been openetl in Ebenfibnrf.
few doors west of Dr. S. S. Chrttv Dri;-
Store, where artic!es of roy manufacture are
sept constantly on hanl. to which the at
tention of purchasers is invited. ,
CC7" Prompt attention paid to or Jars frcrri
a distance and work delivered where t't
sired. - JOIINPAIIEE.
MAEBIB WORKS. ;
rpHE UNDERSIGNED begs leave toir.f.iri
I the citizens of (fimbria and adwiLic,'
counties, that h bus just received a stmt
of the finest Italian and other Marbles n; his
Establishment in Lorello Cambria co.. Pa .
;:; Monuments; Tombs, Grave Stones. Till:
and Bureau tops, manufactured of the n;-.
beautiful and finest'quality-of Foreign and
Domestic marble, always on band andaiafi?
to order as, cheap as they, can be purchased
in the city. ..in- a reat and workmanIir.
manner, and on the shortest notice.
The public are respectfully invited toche
me a call before purchasing elsewhere, us !
am confident that mv work and prices
satisfy any person detirin any thic ia rr.r
line 01 ousiness. . . .
JVotP is the time fj net a cheap Job J " , - ;
, ' JAMES WILKINSON..
Main Street. Johnstown, Cambria Co., f-
A. ROW & CO., Proprietors. ;
r.UES HOUSE having "been ' rcStted ' l
1 elegantly furnished, is. now open for ;3f
receplioa and eiitertainmcnt i.f jrue&ts. "T.a
propriecrs by lon expsrionce in hotel I "
irig feel conadent thty can s-iisfy a !::;
crlmlnatinfr public." ' '
c: Their Bar. is .supplied- with the
brands of liquors aud wises. ; . '
Jau. 81, 12G7. -
fBENSBURG. Ta., JOHN A? .Bttr
U Atopic tor, spares no pains, to render t' f
hotel worthy of a cc-air-uaitoaef the !ir'."-patrona-e
it bui-heretofore received. '. i1
Uble will always be furnished with XV
best the market affords; his bar with' ji
bes t ct liquors ills stable islarpe, 'an:
be .-attended by an: attentive and obi i'-i
bostler. ; .,' ,,J-nSl, lS37-t?. -.
TyOUKTAi:; HOUSE, Eei-nsS
n. i. Li:,io.i co.. Prop"'
Transient visitors MJ
arders t&Vrn bv the "
year, oa re?, son able terras.-
SHIELDS HOUSE, '
LQRETTO, CAMBRIA COUNTY,
TO Oil A 3 CALL EN, Troprietor.
' IIS bousa is now open for the iccct':'
cf tha r-llu. Accmoa-ti
d- ca! ths ecu dry. tpIII aford.
charges mod rat4.
-And Blank-Book Manbfadtlfer, !
Letter and Bill Head... neatly1 pAa
plain black or fancy colored inks oi
work will, we feci confident, give cntireif
faction.' and vre respect fuilv scl.Hf r .v
'' heTAE.s ij always surplied 'wUh -
choicest ddicaci3 ; the Bas'is supplied
chr-a l;ucrf, nni the Erxzix atteodei