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defehred nnT7D iteiis.
" i-LThe Boston Advertiser considers Mr,
Greeley'a influence baic-ful.
;It is rumored that Archbishop Spa! J '
injg will b-3 elevated to the Sacred College,
as Cardinal, durfag bis visit to Rome.
r In Brooklyn, on Monday, a woman
gave birth to four cbildrcn, whose aggre
gate', weight was 24 pounds. ' All are dc
ing.well. ! ; .
f An individual in Alexandria,
haY succeeded in swallowing up $30,000
worth, of property in fourteen months,'
and the other day bo . wa3 committed to
jail for stealing chickens. '.' . .
-A man- was etanding on the platform
of a car jn' Cairo, paying his fare, when
ihe money blew out ef bis hand. In catch
ing at it be. lost. his balance, fell between
the ca,rs and was crushed to death.
An exchange says : I f The last man
in Tenne&seo avUo sold a negro lave at
auction : and took in payment therefor
Confederate raonpy, is now . pne of the
ftadical candidates for Congress.
-There is in Pepperell. Massachusetts.
a child ten month3 old, whose mother,
"grand mother, great-grandmother and great-
ereat-jrrandmother are all hvinz. xhe
latter is not yet eighty-one years old.
J5eecheris taking eidea with Greeley.
. He says he honors the philosopher of the
'Trillin for , bis conduct in signing the
Davis bailbond, and would have done eo
himself had he been asked. : lioecher has
no idea of being classed among 'lhe block-
heads.M; - ...
Ida Lewis, dangbter of - the keeper
.of the light bouse at Lime Rock, IL I.,
.rowed out to sea several miles and rescued
a man who for four hours had been lying
upon the rocks, wet froxn. the storm and
exhausted in body, bis boat having been
'capsized, and there being no means of
. The promise of a bountiful wheat
- harvest is one of the most cheering signs
-of the times., ; Whatever evils may be in
. store for us, scarcity of flour will not .be
among the number, and in a few weeks
the high prices which have made the Uni
td States importers rather than exporters
of breadstoffs, will probably be sensibly
.. ; The Lafayette Journal tells -of an
s apple tree, on the farm of Thomas . Blan-
toa, 'which measures (the, tree, not the'
farmj Bit feet two Inches in circumforencd.
It was set-out by this gentleman in 1826,
nd is now forty-one yeara old. The
' brancbcscxterid between fifteen and twen-
.ty feet each way from, the trunk, and form
I ea ample shade Over fifty bushels of
'applea were gathered from it last year.
j . A young couple' were arrested at Troy
day or two slnae, who bad eloped from;
;New York with the intention of getting'
married. The young tnan was eighteen
t yeart old, while the lady was but sixteen.
-The family of both parties, who are verv
'wealthy people, 'getting wind of the fugi
tives, telegraphed to have them arrested.
"When the old gents were ushered into tha
, presence of the young couple, and finding
they were too late to prevent the marriage,
they' declared.lh e msel ves ea t isfied an d wi se-
, ly rave them their blessing, and the wbblq
party returned to their homes in New York
WM. X. LLOYD,
, TT?IIl ST NATIONAL, BANK
-Ll of altoona. :
i j GOVCUX22t:.lT AGENCY
- DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE
UNITED STATES. - -
Comer Virginia and Annie Streets, North
" Ward, Altoona, Pa. i
. Authorized Capital, r- - - - $300,000
:Cash Capital paid in, . - - - - 150,000
. All business pertaining to Banking done
ca favorable terms . - ".I - ;
, - . Internal Eevenue Stamps of all denomb
r nations, always on hand. .' ; " - - r? j
I -To purchasers of Stamps,- percentage," in
fctamps, will be allowed, as follows : - j
' : 0 to $100, 2 per cent. ; $100 to $200,
& per -cent, j $200 and upwards, 4 per cent,
i m Jan. 31, l8G7 tf.l ,';..; ::. . -:.. . . j
ITIIUST NATIONAL BASK
? . , . - Or JCHNSTOWJT, CAMERIA CO.. ' PA.
Capital, 00,00 0.Pl-v liege to Increase
to $100,000. :.
7 '! Inland and Foreign Drafts furnished.
Gold and Silver bought and sold. - ' " i
, Collections made, at home and abroad.
-' U. S. Bonds and Securities of all kind ob
Deposits received and money loaned.
. A general Banking business transacted. ;
EIEECTOES. ' ;';"'
D. J. Morrell,
i. Isaac KaufTman.
Jacob M. Campbell,
George Fritz, ;
John Dibert, '
E. Y, Townsend,
D. J. M01iRELL,.rro7.
II. J. E031
STS, Cashier, jan31'G7.
TT LOID Li. CO., ITanlicrs, " ;
. ll A Ebexsbueg, Pa.
Gold, Silver, Government Loans, and
other Securities, boubt and scld. Interest
Allowed on Time Deposits. Collections made
on all accessible points in the United States,
and a gtner.d BankiDg business transacted.
" January 31, 1SG7.
IT 71 7" ".l. LLOTD CO..
VV Bankebs, Altoona. Pa.
Draft3 on the principal cities and Silver '
and Gold for saie. Col'ect;ons made.
Honeys received cn depr.bit, payable on de
mand, without interest, or upon time, with
interest at fair rates. jau31.
r FOR INVALID SOLDIERS,
Incorporated y Act of Assembly vf Vie Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, March 6, 1867.
The -Board of Snpervisors appointed by
the aboTe Corporation to carry, cut tb'ob-
jeeti cf'the act of incorporation; respeCtf ally
announce 10 iuo putnic mat tue Lit-miiiiure
of Pennsylvania haa authorized the raising
of funds for the erection, establishment and
maintainafie'eef aa'ASyJom'fer Invalid Sol
diers of the late war, to be built on the bat
tle-field of Gettysburg, and as inducements
patriotic citizens to contribute to this benev
olent object, have empowered the Corpora
tion to distribute amongst the subscribers
such articles of value &cd interest, from as
sociation with the late war, or any moneys,
effects, property or estate, real or personal,
whatever, in the State or elsewhere, at such
time or upon such terms, and in such way
and manner .whatsoever. , as to tnera snail
seem fit, any laws of this Commonwealth to
the contrary notwithstanding.
The enterprise is cordially recommended
by the following named wll-known gentle
men: .',-!";"'. . ' i S
Ez-Govercor Andrew G. Cur tin, ; i
Major General George H. Meade,; -1 j
Major General Galusha Pennypacker, :
, Major General E. M. Gregory, . . r -;
Major General John R. Brooke, ' J I
Major General Charles H. T. ColHs .
.Major" General Henry J. Madill; ;"' '
Major General James L. Selfridge,
Brigadier General James A. Beaver, y
Brigadier General Horatio G. Sickles,
Brigadier General Joseph F.'Knipe.i
Brigadier General William J: Rolton,
"Brigadier General Samuel Zulick,
Brigadier General John K. Murphy,
Brigadier General John P. Ballier,
Brigadier General T. P. McCoy, ; .
Brigadier General EE. Winslsw,
Brigadier General Henry Pleasants,
Brigadier General J. F. fo. Gobm,
Brigadier General J. M. Campbell
Brigadier General Thomas Walker,
Brigadier General W. Cooper Tally,
Brigadier General D. M. M. Gregg,
Colonel P. Stambauch.
The eite for the institution ( thirty acres)
has already been purchased, and it is hoped
that the good work may commence before
Subscriptions will be received at the oflice
of the Association," No. 1126 Chestnut street.
Philadelphia, .on and after Monday, the 6th
dav of May. 1867 :
For each subscription .or five dollara a
certificate will beissuedL which will entitle
the holder to" such article of value as may be
awarded to itSTmmber.
The first distribution of awards will be
-made, immediately upon the receipt of?89f-
000 subscriptions of S3 each
The distribution will 3 jablic, and under J
the direct supervision of the Corporation, i
Persons at a distance are requested w re-
mit their subscriptions (when practicable)
b v Post office money order, or registered let
ter,? to Tnsure'pfoiirpt'jdellvery.'--'Direct all
letters to, i J i ! J. D. HUiFALtL ;
Secretary Board of Supervisors,
. . Box 1431. P.O., Philadelphia.
The following is a schedule of awards to
te xiade uader the first-, distribution, JCbe
items cf Diamonds and other precious stones
were purchased lro'tn lltizena'of" the South
duriDg the war, and their genuineness is
certified to by Henle & Bros., the most ex
tensive diamond importers in "the country,
ana Dy y.'iiermanniQianioiiu Btucr, jcv
GETTYSBUSG asylum for invalid
Incorporated by Act of Assembly of Common-
i wealth of Pennsylvania, juarcn, t, ibbi
Office 112Q Chestnut Street, Philadelphia,
Eighty Thousand Subscribers at Five DoI:
....,..- ,larseacn. .. ,
ll Diamond Necklace, ) 43 J
Brilliantt, Tailed at $30 000
1 Diamond Cluster Brooch -.
and Ear Rings. 15 000
1 Award 10-40 Goternm't
Bonds. , 10 000
1 Diamond Cross set in
1 Diamond Cluster Brooch,
1 Award 10-40 Governm't..
, Donds, ' ;" i ' ' .
1 Diam'd Single Stone Ring'
1 Diam'd Cluster Bracelet,
1 Diam'dSingle Stone Scarf
1 Diam'd Cluster Brooch. .
- ' '
1 Diam'd Cluster. Bracelet, ,4 000
1 Pair Single Stone Diam'd
Ear Rines, - 3 SCO
1 D'am'd Cluster Brooch, 3 009
1 Award 10-30 GoTernm't
'V- Bonds, ' f ? us-;;t:zioc$
1 Diam'd SiaaW Etone Pin i Z: 000
1 Diam'd " Stud 3 000
1 Diam'd Cluster Brooch,
1 Diam'd Single Stone Ring
1 Diam'd Emerald Brooch,
1 Diam'd Single Stone Ring
1 Diam'd Cluster Ring,
1 Long India Camel's Hair
23 1 Choico Emerald Stud,
24 1 Sin rie Stone Diam'd Ring . 1 000
2 to 34 10 Awards of 10-40 Gov'fit
' :' i Bond3, eah , ; . ; .. j :
1 Three-stone Diam'd and
Ruby half-hoop Ring,
1 Diam'd Single'Stone ar
1 Tair'Diam'd Cluster Stud
1 Diam'd single stone Ring,
1 Diam'd single stone Pin,
1 Diam'd Cluster Bracelet,
41 to 60 10 Awards 100 Governm't
1 Lady's Diam'd set Watch
1 Diam'd einglejstone Ring
1 Diam'd and Opal Cluster
1 Diam'd single stone Ring
1 Pair Emerald Scarf Pins,
1 Diam'd single stone Ring
1 Diam'd Cluster Pin, '
1 Cameo and Pearl Brooch
and Ear Rings,
i 100 Award 10-40 Gov'ct
" Bond3, each '
59 to 15S
159 to 253 100 Awards Government
Legal Tenders, each
, , . r S,000 Awards Government
) v Bonds, each '. -r ;
The distribution of the aboveT awards
will bo made in public just as soon 3 the
subscription Xi full: of which due tiotitfe will
be given throngli the prpt-rs On' and after
May Cth, tfe:diamon,l3 will be on exhibition
at the office of the Association.7. The public
can confidently rely on; everything being
conducted in the "raost honorable manner.
All the awards will be banded to certificate
holders, immediately after the distribution,
free of all cost, at the office of the Company,
No: U2g chestnut street, Phi!adel"p;
' -r'?":--: CEItTIFICATS. '
'"'Wo hereby certify that wfe bave'examined-
th'e' Diamond G;.xds. Pearls, '. Emerald--Ru:
bies, and other precious Stones ts described
in the alove list; and una tnem- svu genuine.-
HENLE & BCO'S. Diamond Importers,
. 24 Maiden.Lane, Kew York. - :
:J. HERMANN', Diamond 'Seef,:- ('--
; V o94 Broome Street, New York; y '
f:'' S AGENTS WANTED:' ; :
'vBooks can be had containing Twenty Cer
tificates,. One Hundred Dollars. Ail orders
for Certificates must be addressed to :: '' ' '-
.. J. D. IIOFFM AN , Secretary,' - ;
: ; Box 1481, Post Omce, mil...
.Hay 16, 18C7.-St. . ;
A ;WOBD from JOHN STOW!
. JOHN J. TdURPOY & COM 4
At their Stores in the Scott House, Main St.,
and on Clinton Street, Johnstown, .
Have constantly on band a large and .well
selected stock of seasonable ' - - -:
Dry. Goods, Boots,. Shoes, Groceries,
and a general variety of NUIiUxso,"&c-
Their stock consists of almost every article
usually kept in a retail store, all of which
have been selected with care and are efiereu
at prices which cannot fail to prove satisfac
tory. Call and examine tor yourselves.
Feb. 28, 1867.-tf. v ,.,' ;- .,.'-
f AlIES J. OATMAN, M. D.,
tenders his professional rervices as Phy
sioian and Surgeon to the citizens of Carroll
tewn nd vicinity. Omca in rear of build
ing occupied by J. Buck & Co. as a store.
Night calls can bs made at the hotel of Law
rence Schroth, ; fMay 9, 1867.-tf.l
S. BELFORD, DENTIST,
nONTINUES to visit Ebenaburg personally
lj on the 4th Monday of each month.
During; his1 absence Lewis N. Snyder, who
studied with the Doctor, will jemain in the
office and attend to all business entrusted to
him, - . . , : - - . JanSle?.
'-r ler; having opened an office in rooms
river R R.,.'rlnTnaa, StfiTfti ofTfirs hi Trnfft-
otal services to the ; citizens of ' Ebecsbu rg
and vicinity ' u 'i j . j. , ap.l8.Srnr '
DEVEREAUX, M. 1).. :Piiy-
, eician A KB- SrjEGSOir, Summit, Pa.
Office, east end of Mansion House, on Rai
Road street.- v Night calls may be.made at
the office. . i It. ! I my23.tf.J
B, Ia JOHSBTON, . J. X. SCANLAS
l ; jroaNsxoiT & eoanlAV,
Attorneys at Law, . v i?
i , v Ebensburg, Cambria ce., Pa.
Office opposite the Court House.1'
Ebtnsburg, Jan. 31, 1867.-tf.'-;-. - -
. V. M'LAUGIILIN, s f r
. TTORNET AT LAW. Johiisioicn Pa.
H Office in the Exchange building, on the
Corner of Clinton and "Locust streets up
stairs. Will attend to ail business 'connects
ed with his profession. , ' . '- f .
Jan.. 31, 1867.-tf.; :' i:'f
JOHN P. LINTON, i , I
ITTORNEY AT! LAW. Johnstown. Fa.
H Office in . building on corner of .Main and
Franklin street, opposite Mansion ' House,
second floor. Entrance on .Franklin street.
Johnstown, Jarw 31, 1867;-tf. ;v. . " ;
.' J?: A. SIIOE5IAKEK,: s-i. i :
ATTORNEY AT LAW, jSbensbur Pa.
ll uince on iiign sireeii,one aocr jtast oi me
Banking House of Lloyd & Co. . 4 " -
January, 31, 18C7.-tf, ' ' . ';J-' '
I W. II, f SECIILEK, :
ITTORNEY. AT; LAW; Ebensburgf Fa.
ft j Office in the Commissioners' Bxora; Court
House. , . ; ,f, ; Jan. 31, J67-lf.!
'r 1 IT. I P.;.TIEKNEYfv-;. : ; - -! ;
1 TTOIiNEY ; AT IHWcElenslurp, Fa.
fl Office in Colon ade Row. ..
Jan.. 5, 1867rtf.; , . . ;
i "JOSEPH RPDONALD ;
ITTORNEY AT LAW,-Ebensburg. Pa.
ft Office on Centre- street, opposite Moores
Hotel.. . . . Jan. 31, 1807-tf
: JOHN FENLON, ;' V. ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,- Ebensburg Pa
:OfSceon High street, ndioinin'; his resi
dence. : "Jan 81. 1867.-tf.
GEORGE M. REED,
ATTORNEY ' AT LAW, Ebensburg, Pa.
Office on Main street, three doors East
of Julian. Jan. 31. l8G7r
: ) GEORGE W. OATMAN,
ITTORNEY AT LAW; Ebensburg, Pa.-
li Lmce m Uolonade now, Uentre street.
January 31, 1867.-tf.
: ' - " ' W1XLIAM KITTELL, .
ITTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg, Pa.
ll Office in Colonade Row, Centre street.
Jan. 31, !8S7.-tf.
L. rPERSIILNGr, ATTOKNETr'AT-
Law, Johnstown, Pa, Office on Frank
lin street, up-stairs, over John Benton's
Hardware btore. Jan. 31, 1867.
"A3IES C. EASLY. Attoexi2y-
at-Law, CarroVdoicn, Cambria Co., Fa
Collections end all legal business promptly
attended to. 4 Jan. 31, 18G7.
KINKEAD, Justice of the-Peace
and Claim Anenl. Office removed to
the office formerly occupied by If. Ilassoo,
Eisj,, cea'd, on High bt., Ebensburg. jSl.
It EI WARD I -;
Jrj';',v For a medicine thai will cure
coughs, :.-;;;- ; .f
jXNflueinza, . ; - -i ;..:.;
I : TICKLING IN THROAT,;
o WHOOPING- COUGH;
oj relieve CONSUMPTIVE WVGI1S;
'.. :''AS.'p,riCK-'AS '"' "" .:-;;'-t '-'
COE1 COUGH BALSAM
OVERDONE JIlLLiOri BOTTLES'
have been soul, 'and. not 'a 'single instance of
& fauure is Known. We have in 'our i"os-
sessloii: any quantity of Certificatrs,"F6me of
themTrom EMINENTTaYSICIANS who
have ..used it in thftir practice," and given it
tnek pre-eminence over all ouier coin pounds.
IT DOES NOT DEX UP A COUGH,
' i ' BLT LOOSKXS IT, . . , '
so as to enable - the patient to expectorate
freely. Two or three doses will ikvaeiablt
cua TicKUsa crr;c TfiaoAT . A halt bot
tle has often completely cured the ' roost
Stubborn Covgh,' and yet," though':it - is so
sure ami speedy In its operation, it is per
fectly harmless,1 being purely vegetable. It
i3 very agreeable to the taste, and may be
administered to- children of any age. . ;
In cases of Croup tee will guarantee a cure,
if taken in season. ?" ; .- r
Vo Family sliould be wltlioat It.
It is within' the reach of all; it being the
heapcest and besLmedicice extant.
' C. G. CLARK & CO.; Prop'rs, -mar28.eowly.
New Haven, Conn.:;
OE'S DYSPEPSIA ; CURE 1
This great remedy for all DISEASES OF
THE STOMACH 13 the discovery of the in
ventor of Coe's valuable Cough Balsam,
while experimenting for his own health. It
cured Cramp in the Stomach for him which J
nao Deiore yieiaea 10 noining rut cnoiororm.
The almost daily testimony from various
parts of the country encourage us to believe
there is no disease caused by a disordered
stomach it will not speedliy . cure. Physi
cians endorse and Use it. Ministers give tes
timony of its efficacy ; and from all directions
we receive tidings of cures performed.
1 Dyspepsia it is sure to cure. " Heartburn
one dose will cure. Sick Jhadache it has
cured in hundreds of cases. Headache and
Dizziness it stops in thirty minutes. Acid
ity of Vie Stomach it corrects at once. Rising
of the Food it stops immediately. Distress
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! .
Its unprecedented: success Js owing to the
fact that it cures by assisting Nature to re
assert her sway, in the system.' -,- - ,
Nearly, every dealer in the United States
Bells it at OSE DOIXAB PITS BOTTLI. t. '
t C..G. CLARK & CO., Proprietors,
Harch 14.-owly, r- 1 ---New,Hayen? Conn.
m - - .A
CF Ti.. -V" V 0- . s w !
GAHD TQIOTALIDS.---A Cler
- gyman,' while residing in South Amer
ica ' as a missionary,' discovered a. Eafe and
simple remedy for the - Cure : of Nervous
Weakness, Early Decay, Diseases of the
Urinary and Seminal Organs, and the whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful
and virions "habits. Great numbers have
been cured by this noble remedy.. Prompt
ed by a desire to benefit the. afSicted and
unfortunate, I will send the recipe for pre
paring and using this medicine, in a sealed
envelope, to any one who needs it, Free of
Charge. Address, ; i .
; V; JOSEPH T.'INMAN, .: j
:: 'Station D. Bible House, New York City.
- March 28,' lS47.-3m.
HAKVIY CHILDS. . ' . . LOWKIE CHILDS.
, - . W. C. MUEPHEY.
TOT CHILDS & CO
Jlil . - Wholesale Dealer in
133 WOOD STREET,
V PITTSBURGH, PA.
Agents for the sale f "Hope Mill" Cotton
Yarn, Bags, Batting and Carpet Chain.
Feb. 28, lSC7.-tf.
JOHJf GAY. ...... Wil. WELSH.
'(Q A Y & W E ITS II ,
Sacctiiori to Gay & Painter,
Grccers and Ccmmissicd tlcrcliaats
FLOUR, PRODUCE. FISH, SALT, CAR
EON OILS, &c, &c,
Corner Penn and Canal Sts.. opposite Grain
Elevator. ; feb28 Pittsburgh. Pa.
DOZ. AVooih-.n 15 utter Howls
JLJ just received and for sale l.iw far ctsh
at ffeb.23.j GEO. HUIJTLEY'S.
TINWARE, HARDWARE, 6lc-
- ' H V ao-'now-prcr3 V?cfTer:i ;:;
'.-SuMillOit' INDUCE3IENTS ; ?
5 u TO CASH rUnCFTASIIKS ov : "'
TIN & SIIEET-IIIO WARE I
; . -.- i:iTI2E3 AT. . ,: . . ; -: -
: . t - yv II OLES AX.E O R RETAIL.
My stock consists in part of every variety of
'COPPEB ,AN0 J3RABS Ml
COAL 'SHOVELS. MINE LAMPS, .OIL
( : CANS, HOUSEFURN ISHING HARD--WAKE
OF EVEHY.KIND. .
.! Speat'8 At-Otist
ilEATLNG and COOKING STOVES,
EXCELSIOR COOKING STOVES,
NOBLE, TRIUMPH asp PARLOR COOK
.. ; - ING STOVES, ; .;; " ;
Arid any Cooking Stove desired I wjll get
when ordered at manufacturer's prices.
OJd Stove Plates and Grates, &c, for 're
pairs, on band for the Stoves I sell ; others
will be ordered when wanted... Particular
: . attention given to . , .: . , r
Spouting, Valleys : and Conductors,
all .of which will be made out of best mate
rials and pufup by competent workmen.
Lamp Burners, Wick and CMnmdys
; WHOLESALE OR RKTAIL.
I would call particular attention to the Light
House Burner, with Glass Cone, for giving
more light than any ether in use. Also, the
Paragon Burner, for Crude Oil.
EPESCER'S SIFTER !
It recommends itself.
SUGAR KETTLES AND CAULDRONS
of all sizes constantly on band.
: Special attention given to-
Jobbingin Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron
, at lowest possible rates.
- - - "
Wholesale MtKCHASTi' Lists
now ready, and will be sent on application
by mail or m person.
; Hopiog to see all my old . customers and
many new. ones this SpniTJr, I-return my
most sincere thanks for , the very liberal pa
trouage ; I have already received, and wil
endeavor to. please all who may call, wheth
er tney buy or not. . . . . . i
FRANCIS W. HAY.
'- - Johnstown, March 7, 1867-6m. '
G REAT . ReducIion in Prices
TO CASH hbYEKS! i
AT THE EQEXS3URCI
The undersigned respectfully informs the
citizens of I'jbensburg and the public gener
auy inac ue nan made a great reduction m
prices to CASH BU YERS. My. stock wil
cousin, in part, of Cooking, Pal lor and Heat
big fiioves, of the uiost popular tine's; Tin
are ot every de-tcrintiou, cf ray own man-
uiacture Hardware ot all Kind, sueo as
Lvtks, SctSws, Butt Hinges, . Table Hinges, ;
Shutter Hinffes, Bclts,Iron aud Nils, YYin
dow Glass, Putty, Table Knives and Forks,
Carving Knives and Forks, Meat Cutters,,
Apple Parers, Pen and Pooket Knives in
great variety, Scissors. Shears, Razors and
Strops,-Axes, Hatchets, Hammers, Boring
Machines, . Augers, CJiissek, Tlanes, Cora
passes, Squares, Files, Rasps, Anvils, Vises,
Wrenches, Rip, Panel and Cross-Cut Saws,
Chains of all kinds. Shovels, Spaaes, Scythes
and Snaths, Eakes,1 Forks, Sleigh Bells,
Shoe 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, Ac, Odd Stove Plates,
Orates. and Fire Bricks,. Wejl and Cistern
Puruxs nd Tubing ; Harness and Saddlery
Ware of all kind ; Wooden and WiUeu? Ware
in great variety ; Carbon Oil ami Oil Lamps,
Fish Oil Lard Oil, Linseed Oil, Lubricating
Oil. Pi.osin, Tar, Glassware, Fainis, Varnish
es, Turpentine, Alcohol, &c ; . . -. s
such as Tea, CofTee, Sugars, M.ol.asses, Syr
ups,. Spices, Dried Peaches, Dried Apples,,
Fish, Hominy, Crackers, Rice and Pearl
Barley; Soaps, Candles; TOBACCO and
CIGARS ; Paint, Whitewash, Scrub, Horse,
Shoe, Dusting, Varnish, Stove,. Clothes and
Tooth Brushes, all kinds and sizes; Bed
Cords and Manilla Ropes, and many other
articles at the lowest rates for CASH.
3-House Spouting made, painted and put
up at low rates for cash. A liberal discount
made to country dealers buying Tinware
wholesale. . , GEO. HUNTLEY
Ebensburg, Feb, 23, 1807-tf.
ijlXTBTAUT - BISTUEE !
j Has no superior 1 . 1 in Vie World! !
kJ It is pronounced 21 faultless by all who
have used it, and it is predicted that it wilt
supersede all other Curtain Fixtures now in
use. For sale by. GEO. HUNTLEY.
FRANK W. HAY,
FTTIOLESALE and RETAIL Manufacturer,
lief TIN. .COPPER and SHEET-IRON
WARE. Canal street be-low Canton, Johns
town. Fa. A . large stock constantly ;
J VJiVJL J. IViNXV i, A ABLE iVSTVES
and Forks, Spoons, etc., can be bcucht
cheap for cash at GEO. HUNTLEY'S?.
TP you want to buy goods on long credit
and pay bi prices, don't pa to
'Feb. 23. " GEO. HUNTLEY'S. .
ifOOD TIIUNKS. AND UJSES,
for sale low at G. HUNTLEY'S.
I J -u ii ir H i 1 li!
4 -. i JCISSTOW!tf .
-ii .1 i li -jsv s l u. i til x inr
- Chairs, Yienna Chairs, Bustle Cha:rs
Backed Chairs, Sociable Char
ROCKING aiAIRS, OP EYE2Y
Settees, Lounges, &c.,&c.-
. ,'of every description and . of ht"
STYLES, WITH PRICES TO SUIT H
Tastes of: all,
i Thankful ; for- past j favors, ha a. . f
fully tolicits a liberal share of putl'c rj'--1
age. . Clinton Street, Johnstown CanT '
CoPa. IJan. 21 isTl
9 " UJl, I
DCHPDIinr I ITrninn
i'i - KLI v
- ' ' - ' DEALER Iif ' '
BOOKS, STATIONERY, CIGARS T
BACCO, PERFUMERY, FANCY
SOAPS, &c. &c, '
In the Room formerly occvpitd by Dr. loJ
as a Drug btore,
; , JIain teeet, Ebsssbero,
Keeps Blank Books, En velopcssper.Fesi
Ink. Pocket Books. Pass Books. Magszha
Newspapers. Novels, Histories; -Pmtru
Toy Iixvks, Ac. 03- Stationery and Ctjr '
sold euher wholesale or retail, f ftb2itL
YYe are now selling Exchange (atXer;
lork Kates cn
England," Ireland. Scot'tsd,
Wales, Germany, Pnifeia,
Austria, Bavaria, Wuriccilr: f
M Ul LUi. K.
Baden, Hessen, Saion
Hanover, ' Belgium,
Holland, Norway and France.
And Tickets to and from sty Port ia
England, Irelanil, ScotlaLd,
Germany, ' France, ' . Califorcis,
New Scuth Wales cr Australia.
- KERR & CO.
JOHK BICKEY, Altooxa Pi.!
Dealer In all kind
-- -. . ' . EtTCH AS I
T ATTVT1 TC5 I HHDt TO I IrTCTPIKf
SOFAS, j BUREAUS. J YiAT-"0,
CUSHIONED, CANE-BOITOIIED -AS
i : COMMON UIAIRS, Ac
;NEW FURNITURE WARERCOM,
I j . JULIA -6TSEET, KE AH HAERItT,
Opjyositelhe Protestant Episrcpal ChurA,
March 7, 1867.-ly. EAST ALTC-ONi
Lims far Sale.
! ITHE undersigned is prepared to shirt't
" j 1 from LiPy Station, or No. 4, on tha Ik:
i Kvlvnni nnilrnad tn 'FMoy.iir-.Th-nK
or any other point on the Petma. R. J2.t
Its branches. . - '
. ; V AdJreaa, V ' WM. TILEY.
Jan31,-tf Hemlock, Cambria co., P
p RICES GREATLY REDUCED
ii. '-. V ,! AT THE "'
JOHIISXOYrJ E2AH3LE V7QILS3
The subscriber has just received 3
large and handsoaje invoice cf'.;!
Italian and American ; i fr:'''i
comprising the largest and net-' ?f
stock of the kind ever brought to ? S
Johnstown, at his establishment tj
oniranKitn otrett. wuere ce w t"r i
tutu btrctt. where ne is yi-
adequate fcrcs of experienced
tvorkmen, to execute all tc--1
tie and mireau i ops, Ccc, as cceap m-. :
can be pnrchased in any of tha cities. ; j
. . . . m V .c I?
and for sale low.
A room has been opened in Ebensc
few doors west of Dr. S. S. Christy' I-
Store, where articles of my nanufactrf. j
kept constantly on band, to wLtca i- -
tp.ntion of purchasers is invited. .'I
O". Prompt attention paid to orders.'
a distance and work delivered wtcr
sired. . . JOHNPAl
rpHE UNDERSIGNED begs leave tou-
the citizens of Cambria and au-;
counties, that he has just received
of the iinest Mah m ana ouier iU-.w
Eslahlishmad in Lcreiio Cambria eo.,
Mioniimeius, j. ovios, urrute-'-
and Bureau tcps, manufactured of t-e
beautiful and finest quality of Forei
Domestic marble, always on hand clQ
to order as cheap as they can be
in tho city, in a neat and workffi
manner, and on tho shortest notice.
The public aro respectfully nTl5l
roe a call before purchasing elstwfcf
am confident that my work and Vf-. 5?
satisfy auy person debiting any thiDg
line of business. - ,
Now is the time toed achefiprf -
JAMES WlLbl15 '