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THE BURIAL PLACE
General L. C Haker has published 'a
diary, in which he details his connection
with the "aecret ecrvico' of tho War De
partmcnt during the war of tha rebellion,
1 Ho makes tho following etatemenL in re-
" gard to the disposition made of the body
of John Wilkes Booth :
General Barnes, Surgeon General Uni
ted States army, was on board the gun
boat where the post mortem examination
was held, with h"i3 assistants. General
Barnes cut from Booth's neck about two
inches of the spinal column through which
the ball had passed ; this piece of bone,
- which i now on exhibition in the Gov-
, eminent Medical Museum in Washington,
is the only relic of the assassin's body
: above ground,, and this is the only mutila
tion of the remains that ever occurred.
' Immediately after the conclusion of the
examination the Secretary of War gave
orders as to the disposition of the body,
' .". which had become - very offensive owing
ta the condition in which it had remained
after death ; the leg, broken in jumping
from the box to the 6tage, was muih dis
' folnroil And fiwnllen. the blood frOOl the
wound harircr saturated the under clothing'
" With the assistance of L. B. Baker I took
the body from the gunboat direct to the
old penitentiary j adjoining the old arsenal
grounds. Tha building had not -been
ueed as a prison for Borne years previously.
The Ordnance Department had filled the
" ground floor cells with fixed ammunition.
One of the largest of these calls was select
ed as the burial place of Booth. Tho
ammunition was removed, a Jarge flat
Btone lifted from its place, and a rude
grave dug ; the body was dropped in, the
' grave filled up, the stone replaced, and
there rests to this hour all
of John Wilkes Booth.
Cure for a ISlack Eye. We have
never tried tho following cure for a black
eye, never having had our optic windows
done up in mourning. However, we give
the recipe for the benefit of whom it may
concern i Immediately on the eve being
struck with force enough to make it black,
npply a cloth wet with water just as hot
."us jou can bear it'; . keep on applying the
waUr for fifteen or twenty minutes, and
th coagulated blood will become thin and
pica off into natural channel?, and . leave
the eve. Derhans swollen, but free from
blRuknees. . -
Cut This Oct. For a long time hy-
i, drouhebia was thought to be incurable,
. and persona afflicted with it were either
- strangled or smothered to death. , liut
German furrcster dvins; a lew years go.
' uiade known a life secret by which be had
mnv llvaand which may. serve-a
-' good turn to some of our readers, loathe
t- the wound constantly with hartshorn, and
V give, three or four doses diluted during the
; dy. The hartshorn decomposes cherai
i ".cally the virus insinuated into the wound.
and immediately alters and destroys its
Paatisk lost getting out of bed on
frosty night. Paradise regaihed-get
linz in aain. '
Hemlock, Cambrt Co., Fa.
JOHN WJLKIN, Proprietor. i
7ThisIIonse has 'Ibeeo. refitted, and ofTers
Bccomtnodations superior to any other House
in the vicinity. The Proprietor, after long
experience In the business, feels confident he
nndrtaods the wants of the public; His
TABLE will be supplied with the delicacies
of the season and hia BAR with the choicest
wines nd liqnors. By constant attention
-"'and due care for the comfort of his quests
-ith Proprietor hopes to merit a liberal share
of patronage. - maylG-ly.J
SCOIT HOUSE, ...
Main Street. Juhnslown, Cambria Co., Pa.,
A. ROW & CO., Proprietors.
nUHS HOUSE-having been refitted and
1 1 elegantly furnished, is now open for the
h reception and entertatnmeut of guest3. The
- proprieors by long experience in hotel keep-
- ing feel confident they can satisfy a dis
'" criminating public. '
Their Bar i3 supplied with the choicest
brands of liquors and wines. -
Jan31, 1SG7. (ly.)
S- UNION HOUSE, ' ;
T BENSBURG, Pa., JOHN A. BLAIR,
Propietcr, spares no pains to render this
hotel worthy cf a continuation of the liberal
patronage .it has heretofore received. His
table will always be furnished with the
.best the market affords; his bar with the
best ct liquors Uis stable is large, and will
be attended by au attentive and obliging
Juwtler. Jan 31, 18G7.-tf.
"P FOUNTAIN HOUSE, Ebensucrg.
" uJi. XI. I. LISTON fc CO., Prop'ri.
" l ' The Table ia always supplied with the
choicest delicacies ; the Bab is supplied with
choice liquor?, and the Stable attended by
careful hostlers. Transient visitors accom-
' modated and boarders taken by the week,
month or year, on reasonab'e term3. feb21
SHIELDS HOUSE, ,
LORETTO, CA11KJIIA COUNTY, PA.,
TUOilAS CALL EN, Proprietor.
Kill IS house is now open" far the accomrno
1 dation of the public. Accommodations
as good as the country will afford, and
charges mrxlcrate. Jan 31, 18G7.-tf.
p J. ti XL C. M'KIBBIN, Proprietors.
. , . Fourth SL, bitween Mirlct and Arch,
Hay 3, 18G7.-ly. : PHILADELPHIA.
TINWARE, HARDWARE, dtd
1867 SPI11SG i
I am now prepared to offer
TO CASH PCBCHASEB.S OF
TIN & SDEET-IRON WARE!
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
My stock consists in part of every variety of
COPPER AND BRASS WARES,
BNAMEIXED AND TLAIV
r SAUCE-PAHS. BOILERS, fitc,
COAL SHOVELS, MINE LAMFS, OIL
CANS, HOUSEFURNISHING HARD
WARE OF EVERY KIND.
- ' Spcai'f , AnlfOmt
HEATING and COOKING STOVES,
EXCELSIOR C COKING STO VES,
X02LE, TRIUMPH avd PARLOR COOK-
INu STOVES, - -
And any Cooking Stove desired I will get
when ordered at manufacturer's prices.
Odd Stove Plates and -Grates, &c, for re
rmlrR. on hand fnr the Stoves I I others
will be ordered when wanted. Particular
attention given to
Spouting, Valleys and Conductors,
all of which will be made out of best mate
rials and put up by, competent workmen.
Lamp Burners, Wick and Chimneys
WnOLESALl2 OR KETAIL.
I would call particular attention to the Light
House liurner, wun uiass uone, ior giving
more light than any other in use. Also, the
Paragon Burner, for Crude Oil.
s yrSl'EHTCER'S SIFTER I ..; 'r'
It recommends itself. ; , .
SUGAR KETTLES AND CAULDRONS
of all sizes constantly on' hand. .'
k . Special attention given to .1 .'
Jobbing in Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron,
at lowest possible rates.
Wholesale Merchants Lists
now ready, and will be sent on application
by mail or in person.
Hoping -to see all my old customers and
manr new ones ;t His bpnng, i return my
most sincere thanks for the very liberal pa
trouage I have already received, una will
endeavor to please all who may call, wheth
er they buy or not.
- ,:t FRANCIS HAY,
Johnstown, March 7, 1867,-6m.
GREAT Reduction in Prices
to CASH BVYERS!
AT THE EIJEXSmJElG
HOUSE-FURNISHINS STORE !
- The undersigned respectfully informs the
citizens of xubensburg and the public gener
ally that he has made a great reduction in
prices to CASH BUYERS. My stock wil
consist, la part, of Cooking, Parlor and Heat
ina Stores, of-the most popular kinds ; Tin-
icare of very description, of my own man
ulacture ; Haraicare nf all Kind, sucq as
Locks, Screws, Butt Hinges, Table Hinges
Shutter Hinges, Bolts, Iron and Nails, Win
dow Glass. Putty, Table Knives and Forks,
Carving Knives and i Forks, Meat Cutters,
Apple Parers, Pen and Pocket Knives in
great variety, Scissors. Shears, Razors and
Strops. Axes, Hatchets, Hammers, Boring
Machines, Augers, Chissels, Planes, Com
passes, Squares, Files, Rasps, Anvils, Vises,
Wrenches, Rip, Panel and Cross-Cut Saws,
Chains of all kinds. Shovels, Spades, Scythes
and Snaths, Rakes, Forks, Sleigh Bells,
Sho Lasts. Pegs. Wax Bristles,- Clothes
Wringers, Grind Stones, Patent Molasses
Gates and Measures, Lumber Sticks, Horse
Nails, Horse Shoes, Cast Steel, Rifles, Shot
Guns, Revolvers, Pistols, Cartridges, Pow
der. Caps. Lead, &c. Odd Stove Plates,
Grates and Fire Bricks, --.Well and Cistern
Pumps and Tubing; Harness and Saddlery
Ware of all kind ; W ooden and mow Ware
in great variety ; Carbon Oil and Oil Lamps,
Fish Oil, Lard Oil, Linseed Oil, Lubricating
Oil, Rosin, Tar, Glassware, Paicts, Varnish
es, Turpentine, Alcohol, &c. ; '
such as Tea, Coffee, Sugars, Molasses, Syr
ups, Spices, Dried Peaches. Dried Apples,
Fish,- Hominy, Crackers, Rice and Pearl
Barley ; Soaps, Candles ; TOBACCO and
CIGARS'; Paint. Whitewash, Scrnb, Horse,
Shoe, Dusting, Varnish, Stove. Clothes and
Tooth Brushes, all kinds and sizes:-Red
Cords and Manilla Ropes, and many other
articles at the lowest rates for CASH.
Cg-House Spouting made, painted and put
up at low rates for caslu A liberal discount
made to country dealers buying Tinware
wholesale. : GEO. HUNTLEY
i Ebensburg, Feb, 23, 1867,-tf. , . .
HURTAIIT FIXTURE !
j Has no' superior I in Uie World!!
tJ It is pronounced faultless by all who
have used it. and it is predicted that it will
supersede all other Curtain Fixtures now in
use. 1 or sale by LriuU. JtluiSl LJti x .
nnOLESALE and RETAIL Manufacturer,
I of TIN. COPPER and SHEET-IRON
WARE, Canal street, below Clinton, Johns
town. Pa. A large stock constantly
hand. . ' v ' x
lOOCKET lvNIVES,. TAiiLE Knives
lL and Forks, Spoons, &c.,can be bought
cheap for cash at UEO. UUNTLEY7S.
TTF you want to buy goods on long credit
j Ji. and pay big prices, don't so to
"'ti v fin nrr nTnnTT"rn
f ; i -
Jtt'D. iO, UiiU. UUiUlliDl O,
for cale low at
:J X-.' 'U QUICKCS AXES, ' ,-; H-.-f
? , r QUIClt SALES, .
.. '. ... c and small' profits5-
. " AND SMALL PROFITS, , ,
Y'r ; and small;profits,
j GURLEY'S NEW. CHEAP STORE,
GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE, i-
- GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE,
'-"'"' ; . EBENSBURG, PA.: ' ; ; :
' EBENSBURG, PA;,. ; ::l
' ; ; EBENSBURG, PA. ; f ;
"'The Largest Stock of GoodsV The Best
Selected, and the Greatest Variety ever
brought to Town.- 4 ' "
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST,
. LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST,
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST,-;
- . ., GO AND SEE. ' a'-y.
GO AND SEE. -;;
,vr' r: GO AND SEE. - -
- The subscriber calls the attention of the
tmblic to the fact; that he has just received
and opened out in his New Store, a large
stock-of goods, consisting of v - '
FLOUR, CORNTEAL, CHOP FEED,
Bran. Fish. Bacon and Cheese ; Sugar, Cof
fee, Tea, Molasses. Spices,' Tobacco, Cigars,
Candles, Soap, Vinegar, &c &c.
NOTIONS, DRUGS, PERFUMERY,
Stoneware and Earthenware. ALSO, ft hllS
assortment of the best and latest style of
Hats. He alwavs keeps constantly on
hand Bologna Sausages, Sardines, Fresh and
Spiced Oysters in can, or nail cans, ana al
most everything in the eating Or drinking
ine. All of which will .be sola at smaii
; GEO. GURLEY,'
- ' :MAIN STBEETj EbENSBUEG, Pa. I
January 31, 1867. - ;
JMPORTANT to EVERYBODY.
JOIir.7 X. TI303IAS
Takes pleasure in ahuounclng to the citizens
of Ebensburg and the north of the wunty
generally, that he has recently added to Lis
htock a large and complete assortment oi
i?IIOES, BUSKINS. GAlTEKS &c,
For Ladies' and Children's Wear, ...
from the celebrated wholesale manufacturing
establishment of Ziegler & Sutton, Philadel
ohia. This stock comprises everything that
is desirable and- serviceable' in the way of
custom-made tewed work, and every article is
Warranted of the best material and most per
fect manufacture. In the sale of these goods
ter a reasonable . time and reasonable usage.
The ladies are specially invited to call and
The subscriber also keeps; on hand and is
prepared to manufacture to order BOOTS
and SHOES for Genfs and Youth's wear, of
the very best material And workmanship,
AtuTat pricesas reasonable as like worK can
be obtained anywhere. Fiench-Calf, Com
mon Calf. Morocco zl ll ether kinds of
Leather. constantly on hand.' :;Jf "' y A
VT7 Store on Mam street, next door to
Crawford'a Hotel. : v -' J t Tfeb2 1-tf.
nno THE LADIES OF EBENS-
BURG AND YIU1N1TX. Having re
cently arrived from the city with a hand
some assortment of Spring'and Summer Mil-
Unery and Straw Goods', of the latest sty les,
comprising Bonnets Silks and Velvets, fine
French Flowers.' an" assortment of Ribbons,
all widths and colors, Ladies plain and fan
cy Dress Caps, Infants' bilk and-Embroidered
Caps, together with Hoop Skirts, Cor-
sets.: Hosiery. Gloves, Ladies and Gent's
fine Linen Handkerchiefs, &c ; we invite the
adies of Ebensburg and surrounding dis
tricts to call and examine our stock, in the
store room formerly occupied by E. Hughes,
below the "Mountain House.'" - -
We have a fashionable mil iner of excel-
ent taste, who will pay particular attention
to bleaching, pressing and altering Hats arid
Bonnets to the latest styles. ,
April,23-3m. ' Miss M. RUSH.
WORD feom JOHKSTOWNf
JOUX J. & CO.,
At their Stores in the Scoit House, Main St
and on Clinton Street, Johnstown,
Have constantly on hand a large and well
selected stock of seasonable ,
Dry Goods. Boots, Shoes; Groceries,
and a general variety of NUXIONb, &c
Their 6tock consists of almost every 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 lor yourselves.
Feb. 23, 18Q7.-U. . ; ' , b'
CHILDS. . . . LOWBIE
" V. C. MCRPIIET.
CniLD S & ' C O . ',
Wholesale Dealers In
133 WOOD STREET,
. PITTSBURGH, PA.
- Agents for the sale of "Hope Mill" Cotton
Yarn, Bags, Batting and Carpet Chain. ' '
Feb. 23, 1867.-tf. , : ' : T V:
. . . . WMi WELSH.
W E LTS H v
Successors to Gay Painter,
: , . WHOLESALE - -t '..'. . ' -
Grccsrs and CommisEloa Ilercliants
ASD DEALERS IN '
FLOUR, PRODUCE. FISH, SALT, CAR
- ? BON OILS, &c, &c, . ;
Corner Penn and Canal Sts., opposite Grain
Elevator.' feb28 Pittsburgh Pa,
E. J. LLOYD" ;,
nUCCESUii to n. r. UUSN,-jLfeaier in
A DRUGS, MEDICINES AND TAINTS.
Store on Main street, opposite the "Mansion
House," Ebensburg, Pa. Jan, 31, 67.tf.
O X. PERSHING, "ATTOENEt-AT-;
Law, Jolinstmcn, Pa. Office on Frank-
lin street,, UD-stairs,' over John Benton's
Hardware Store.' Y , Jan. 31, 1867.
AMES C. EASEY, Attorey-
at-Law, CarroUtotcn, Cambria Col t Pa.
Collections and all legal business promptly
attended to. ,. Jan. 81. 18G7. .
"O" v KINKE AD, Justice of the Peace
m bjuJ Claim Agent. - Office removed to
the office formerly occupied by M. Hasson,
Esq,, dee'd, on High St., Ebensburg. j8l.
W. II. , SECIILER, -I
TTORNEY " AT LAWj Ebensburg, ' Pa.
il Office in the Commissioners Room. Court
House. ' - Jan. 81, 67-tf.
; F. 1. TIERNEY, Y
I TTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg, Pa.--
U Omce 'in Colonade Itow. .
.Jan. C, 18G7-tf. .
; - JOSEPH M'DONALD,
ITTORNEr AT LAW, Ebensburg. Pa.
Office on Centre street, opposite Moore's
Hotel.- - ';r - V Jn- 31; 1867-tf
I TTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg Pa.
il Office on High, street, adjoining bis resi-
uence. . - ,
Jan 81, 18S7.-tf.
GEORGE M. HEED, ;
I TTHTJ'K'nV AT LAW. Ebensbura. Pa. i
ft nM. nn Win sf root . fhrofl rtnnfft T.ast I
of Julian. dan. .5.1, 18b .
LTTnTTTi:v AT LAW. Kbensbura. Pa. !
i Office in Colonade Row, Centre street:
January 51, loo7.-ti. ; -.
I TTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg, Pa.
Office in Colonade Row, Centre street.- r
Jan. 3i; i867.-tr. ' .-.
. ) F. 'A. SHOEMAKER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,' Ebensburg, Pa
Office on High street, one door East of the
Banking House of Lloyd & Co. - r
: January-31,' 1867.-tf. - - - .
JOHXSTOS, ; J E. SCAKLAN.
JOHNSTON & EC AN LAN, :
Attorneys at Law, " 7 ,
t : I -,,", Ebensburg, Cambria; co. Pa. i
" Office opposite the Onirt House. i
Ebensburg, Jan. 81, 1867.-tf.- v 1
JOHN R LINTON,
mmA t r a - r . i m T 'r Y l. -f.,m Xy
tt oec -m bunding on comer of .mm? and
Franklin 6treet, opposite Mansion House.
second floor. Entrance on Franklin street.
Johnstown, Jan. 31, 1867,-tf. ; "
D. M'LAUGHLIN, v
I TTORNEY AT LAW. Johnstown, Fa;
ft Ofiica in the Exchanee building, on the
Corner of Clinton and Locust" streets up
stairs. Wilh attend to all business connect
ed with his profession. ' , .. '. .' ,
Jan. 31, lS67.-tf. " . .,
.; " s. belfordJ dentist,;; :
EONTErjES to visit Ebensburg personally
on the 4th Monday of each month.
During his absence Lew js N. Snyder, who
studied with the Doctor, will remain in the
office and attend to all business entrusted to
him. ; - . Jan31,'67. ..
" r BANK NOTICES, r
WM. X. Iit.0TD, . . .. ,
. T. CALDWELI .
'; . ' Cashier.
" r.' President. ,
TO I EST, . NATIONAL BANK
DESIGNATED' DEPOSITORY OF THE
UNITED .STATES.; , ' .
Corner Virginia and' Annie Streets, , North
... H Ward, Alioona,iPa.,, ,.' j
Authorized Capitalyi - $300,000
Cash Capital paid in, : i 150,000
- All business pertaining, to Banking done
on favorable terms : ' . ?
J - Internal Revenue Stamps of all denomi
nations, always on hand. . 1
; To purchasers of btamps, percentage, in
fctamps, will be allowed, as follows :
$50 to $100, 2 per cent."; $100 to $200,
3 per cent. ; $200-and upwards, 4 per cent
Jan. 31, 1867-tf.- -J - : V
j : LiI
..I7AT10XAI B AT IS.
JOHNSTOWN, CAMEBIA. CO.,'
Capital, $CO, 000 Privilege to Increase
; . . , to $100,000.
. Inland and Foreign Drafts furnished.
Gold and Silver bought and sold.
Collections made, at home and abroad.
U. S. Bonds nd Securities of all kind ob
Deposits received and money loaned. '
, A general Banking business transacted.
- ' .; " . DIRECTORS. ' . - . .
D. J.-Morrell, -
George Fritz, ' -John
Dibert, - -E.
Y. Townsend, i
D. J. MORRELL, Preset.
H. J. Roberts, Cashier. , . JanSl'S?.
Tf IOYD & CO., Hanliers,
" Gold, Silver, Government Loans, and
other Securities, bought and sold. Interest
allowed on Time Deposits. Collectians made
on all accessible points in the United States,
and a general Banking business transacted.
- "January 31, 1867.. ;
W " EI. t.l-OYli ' &' CO., " ' -V
V Bankers, Altooxa. Pa.
- Drafts on the principal cities and Silver
and i Gold for sale. Collections made.
Moneys received on"deposit, payable on de
mand, without interest, or upon time, with
interest at fair rates. jaa31.
CHAIR : F.1AIMGT0RY,
ALL KINDS OF CHAIRS,
tuch as common Winsor Chairs, Fret Back
Chairs, Vienna Chairs, Buf tie Chairs, Rim
' " Backed Chairs, Sociable 'Chairs,';-
: ; m t,S tat ; 6 ain,;: ;
ROCKING CHAIRS, OF EVERY SIZF.
SPRING SEAT CHAIRS
Settees, Lounges, &c, &c. .
. ; of every description and of latest
STTLES, WITH PRICES TO S U1T THE
Tastes of all.
Thankful for past favors,, he respect
fully tolicits a liberal share of public patron
ace. " Clinton Street, Johnstown Cambria
Co. Pa. , I Jan. 31.1807.
BENSBURG LITERARY; DEPOT f
BOOTTS. STATIONERY. CIGARS. -T0-
ntrrr PF.RFnMERY FANCY-
SOAPS. &C. &C
jn ie Iloom formerly occvjn$a oy ur. Vernon
J as a Drug Store,
Main tbeet, Ebssseup.o,
Keeps Blank Books, Envelopes, Paper. Tens,
Ink. Pocket Rooks. Pass Books, Magatines,
j Newspapers. Novels, Uistories.-Prajer and
Toy Books, 4e. . CCS stationery and Uigars
Bold .either wholesale or rets.il. . "feb21tf.
EXCHANGE OFFICE. :
-. We are now selling Exchange (at New
York Rates on . ; - ; r .
England, , r Ireland,-:v-Scotland
Wales, .-- . Germany, , ;:, Prussia ' . -j
Austria, -: Bavaria, - Wurtemberg,
Baden,- - .;;...Hosenf 't , : Saxony,
Hanover, Belgium, ; Switzerland,
Holland, ' . Norway and France. . - i
And 'Ilckets to and from any Port in"
England, ; . , Ireland v " Scotland, .
Germany, -r.,r France ; ..California,
New South Wales or '. . . Australia. .'
' , ; . . ..' KERR & -CO-.;
JOHN IIICKEY, "Altoqxa Pa. ,
.,. Dealer In all kinds , .
Household Furniture !
" ;. - " ' SUCH A.3 ' "
LOUNGES. I TABLES. - I BEDSTEADS
SOFAS. BUREAUS. WHAT-NOTS
CUSHIONED, CANE-BO1T0MED AND
' ; ' COMMON CHAIRS, &c.
, NEW; FURNITURE WAREROOM, ;
. , JULIA. 8TBEZT, SEAB HARRIET,
Opposite the Protestant Episcopal ChvrcJi,.
ilarch' 7, 1867.-ly. : EAST ALTOONA
" 4 ::vs Lime for Sale.- -:
fpHE undersigned is prepared to ship Lime
i from Lilly Station, or No. 4, on tho Penn
sylvania Railroad to Ebenbburg, Johnstown,
or any other point on the Penna. R, R., or
- : Address, . '.WM..TILEY,
; Jan31,-tf ' . Hemlock, Cambria co., P ;
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED!
, i . AT THE , '.. J!
J0HKST0WH iniAIlBLE WOEKS !
The subscriber has just received a t
large and i- handsome . 'invoice cf '
Ttdl in rm A rrArif!tTi I ;! 1
KX 4 T? R T . T! t 4 A I"
comprising the largest and finest v -OK,
Btock of the kind ever brought to; t
Johnstown, at hi3 establishment LiS-
on Franklin Street, where he is prepared.
with an adequate forca of experienced and
gkilful workmen,' to execnte all kinds ot
MONUMENTS, Mantels, Tombstones. Ta
ble and Bureau Tops; &c, as cheap as they
can be purchased m any of the cities.'
A large stock of Guinestoxes on hand
and for sale low,- '
A room has been opened in Ebensburg, a
few doors wess of Dr. S. b. Christy 'a Drug
Store, where articles 01 my manutacture are
kept constantly on hand, to which the at
tention cf purchasers is invited.' , .
' ITT" Prompt attention paid to orders from
a distance and work delivered where de-
sirea.- , t)jii jriuii.JLi
1 -.. TAT1 T- . 1
IT1HE UNDERSIGNED begs leave toinferra
j, the citizeias of Cambria and adjoining
counties, that he has just received a stock
of the finest Italian and other Marbles at his
Establishment in Loretio Cambria co., Pa
- MonumenU, lombs, Grave-Siones, Table
and Bureau tops, manufactured of the most
beautiful and finest quality cf Foreign an
Domestic marble, always on hand and maa
to order 63 cheap as they can be purchased
in the city, m a reat-and -workmanlike
manner, and on the shortest notice
The public sre respectfully invited to give
me a call ocuore purchasing elsewhere, as
am confident that -my work and prices w
ausiy any person cceinrg any thing m my
tine ot business. ' ; - - - -Now
is the time to net a elieapjoh
- -JAMES VtlLLwIiwO
Aiisa f rv:arauOQ u tii c
very of Rev. J. por
luiuitr.v i aaior oi lk r..-
c Church inGoSstown.?? vf
q j man dearly beloved by thatdt.
land. - He was obliged to"l..e
the pulpit and study medicine to tare hi,
own life, and his Magic Powdf.es an ens of
the most wondetful discoveries cf ate.',.
times. J It is the QREAT LIVER if
IQTJ3 REMEDY, which complettlr tl
ibthe shade all other diswveries in aedicicf . I
and it affords him much gratificatioa tA
they receive the unanimous approbation cf
all who have tested them. -The Marie l
loos Powders are a POSITIVE CURE FOTJ
LIVER COMPLAINT in its most aggrarj.
ted form, and an immediate corrector'cf i'i
BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS. Excelknt
for Headache, Constipation, Pimples, ZZcfcj;.
ts. Sallow Skin, Drowsiness, Dizziness, ij.
pUaiion, Hearilt.rn, and a most wonderful
Cure and Preventative of Feverfc Ague
' - - "v.4 ilu
fearful malady to always keep the Ponders
on band ready for immediate use.V
Here are a few important particulari :
1st. They are the great specific for Bilious
Affections. 2d. They are the ouly known
remedies that will cure Liver Complaint.-.
Sd. They are 'the only knowu remedy that
I will cure Constipation. " 4th. The Powders
ar so thorough in their operation that one
package wia be all that the majority of those
usinz them will require to e fleet a cure. ii.
They are a mild and pleasant yet the most
effectual cathartic know'a. 6th. Tbey are
the cheapest and best medicine eitatt, as
they can be sent by mail to any part of tie
globe for the price. 50 cents.
Circulars, containing certincates, informa
tion, oto., fent to any part of the world free
of charge. rUT'Sold by all Druggist, or ly
mail on application to ,
- - U. U. & tU., lieu'I Agcnte.
Price, DO Cts. per Bex. New IUves. Cr
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This great remedy for all DISEASES C?
THE STOMACH. id the discovery of the in
ventor of Coe's valuable Cough Balsam,
while experimenting for hia own health. It i
cured Cramp in the Stomach for hira which
had beforeyielded to nothing hut cholcform.
- The almost daily testimony from various
parts of the country encourage us tobelieva
there is no disease caused by a disonlert"!
stomach it will not: speedily cure. Physi
cians endorse and use it. Ministers give tes
timony of its efficacy ; and from all direction
we receive tidings of cures performed.
. Dyspepsia it is sure to cure. Heartburn
one dose will cure. Sick Headache it ba
cured in , hundreds of cases. Headache and
Dizziness it stops in thirty minutes. Acid
ity of the Stomach it corrects a t onc6. Rising
ff the Food it stops immediately. Didrus
a fter Eating one dose will remove. Cholera
Morbus rapidly yields to a few doses. Bad
Breath will be changed with half a bottle.'
" . IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS 1 -.
Its unprecedented success is owing to the
fact that it cures by assisting Nature to re
assert her sway in the ystem.
Nearly every dealer in the United States
sells it at oxe dollar ter bottle.
: . C. G- CLARK & CO., Proprietors.
March 14.-eowly. ' New Haven, Conn.
CARD TO INVALIDS. A Cle
eyman. while residing In South An;
ica as a missionary, aiscovercu
simple remedy for the Cure of erro-
Weakness, Early Decay, .Diseases of v
Urinary and Sf-mmal Organs, and tce;
train of disorderi brought on by
and vicious habits. " Great numbers
been cured by this noble remedy. Prompt;
ed by a desire to benefit the afflicted
unfortunate, I will send the recipe for F;
paring and using this medicine, in Ee&iec
envelope, to any one who needs it, ftt
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
Station D. Bible House, New York m
. March I817.-Sm. . . " .
ft 0BER.T E.- JONES.
l'Cm 4 - Ebensburg, Cambria co., r"
Dealer ia Lumber. The highest
in Cashed for CHERRY, POPLARA-'
and LIND LUMDCR. ,
A KY PERSON intendins toaUiJ
J-.-IIozsb or Barn, can buy NVu8 &
Hard wara cheap by paring cash tt
Feb. 13. GEO.HLTNTLET3.
f-TtOOiaNG, PARLOR AND HEA
O ING STOVES, ct Cost, for Cas ir2
now until the 1st cf May, at 'xrs'
- Feb. 23.-;- v : GEO. HUNTLEY
QUG All KETTLES AND SUGAl
PANS, low for cash, at m:alve
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