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LAT IJSVS ITEIIS. ; ;
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. The cost uf prosecuting Lindt-ley, the
child-w hi ppcr, was two thousand dollars ;
'and as hla fine was only two hundred and
fifty dollars, it is suggested that it would
hare been cheaperfand better for the coun
try to have paid him the seventeen Jiun-
dred and fty dollars end Bared the farce
of a trial. " -
Work has been resumed on the mag
nificent Roxuan Catholic Cathedral, on
Fifth avenue, New; York, projected by
Archbishop Hughes, the corner stone of
which was laid August 15, 1858. Its
extreme length will be 325 feet ; extreme
breadth, 174 feet ; general breadth, 132
feet. It is to cost $4,000,000.
- A manufacturer in. Boston lately re
marked that he had in his employ thirty
girls whom he did not pay as much wages
ms their board amounted to. lie wai
asked how he supposed they managed to
Jive. "Ob,w said he, 'tbey are sharp
enough for that." If tha devil don't get
such employers, it will be because he is
cheated out of what belongs to him.
The Boston Traveler recalls the inter
esting historical fact that Maximilian is
the most respectable member of one of the
most ancient of the reigning houses of the
old world, a house that was at the head
of the Holy Roman Empire long before
Mexico had been heard of among Christ
ians, and which ruled over Mexico for al
most two centuries, from the time that
Cortez conquered it for Charles I, (V of
Germany,) in 1521, to tho death ot
Charles 11, in 1700.
-7-On Thursday evening, a lady of
Troy, N. Y., sitting in her room, was
instantaneously oppressed with tho con
viction that her little son had fallen from
tho window inhis Bleeping apartment to
the ground below. She repelled the
thought oa an 'impossibility. In a few
moments mora it flashed upon her mind
with such force that she was unable to re
pi st it. She hurried to the bedside of her
son, and there, to her intense horror, she
discovered the lad sleeping upon . the win
dow sill, the window open, hi3 head pro
jecting outside he was on the very point
of falling td the pavement below 1 Who
can explain this phenomenon, which is
unquestionably true T
Tho Judiciary Committee lately rent
a confidential person to Nashville to ascer
tain the relations that existed between J.
WUkea Booth end : President . Johnson
" when both were in Nashville, during tho
latter part ot tho war. After interrogat
ing many prominent men of both parties,
nothing further was discovered than
that Jkoth and the then- military gover
nor of Tennesseo had no connection with
each, other whatever. Apropos of this, a
Nashville paper says: JStrange to relate,
Gen. Grant, who knew that Booth was
a rank rebel, and bad refused to take the
oath, gave him a pass to go to New Or
leans in the early part of 18G4, writing
1 . " : 1 J L 1 ifn
TO THE LADIES OF EBENS
BURG AND VICINITY. Having re
cently arrived from the city with a hand
some assortment of Spring and Summer Mil
linery and Straw Goods, of tho latest styles,
comprising Bonnets, Silks and Velvets, fine
French Flowers , an assortment of Ribbons,
all widths and colors, Ladies' plain and fan
cy Dress Caps, Infants' ilk and Embroid
ered Caps, together with Hoop Skirts, Cor
Srts, Hosiery, Gloves, Ladies' and Gent's
fine Linen Handkerchiefs, &c , we Invite the
ladieg 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-Lave a fashionable miliner of excel
lent taste, who will pay particular attention
to bleaching, pressing and altering Hats and
Bocnets to the latest styles. -
Mrs. J. DOYLE, -
. April 25-3m. . .- Miss IL RUSH.
JiJBENSBURG LITERARY DEPOT 1
- ' - DEALER XN
BOOKS, STATIONERY, CIGARS. TO
BACCO, PERFUMERY, FANCY
SOAPS, &c.,- &c.
In the Room formerly occupied by Dr. Lemon
... .as a Drug Store,
' H&aiv Street, Ebhnsburq, . . -
Keeps Blank Books, Envelopes, Paper, Pens,
Ink. Pocket Books. Pass Books, Magazines,
Newspapers. Novels, Histories, Prayer and
Toy Books, &c. (53- Stationery and Cigars
sold either wholesale or retail. feb21tf.
WORD fjkoji JOHNSTOWN!
v JO III? J. SICRPHY & CO.,
At their Stores in the Scoti House, Main St.,
and oh 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 .NOTIONS, &c
Their stock consists of almost every arttcla
usually kept In a retail store, ail of which
have been selected with care and are offered
at prices which cannot fail to prove satisfac
tory. Call and examine for yourselves.
Feb. 23, 1837.-tf. $5
jjN COURAGE HOME INDUSTRY I
f i S2IARHDTT3 DYSSIIT,
House, Sigh and Ornamental Painter.
Graining.. Glazing, Paper Hanging, and all
ether work in his line, promptly executed,
and ,satifrtcn guaranteed. Shop in the
banenicat ofTue Town Hall. . . ;
Lbensburj;, May 9, 1857.-6ra, .
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
SHERIFFS SALES. By virtue
of sundry writ3 of Fieri Facias issued!
out of, the Court of Common Pleas of Cam
bria county, and to me directed, there will
be exposed to Public Sale, at the house of
Wm. 11. Hishes, in Wilmore Borough, on
Friday the bth day of July next, at 10 o'clock
a. M., the following Real Estate, td wit :
Alt the right, title and interest of Wm,R.
Hughes of, in and to 318 acres of land situ
ate on line of Pa. Rail Road, one mile west
of Portage Station, (1500 feet of siding of
Pa. R; R. Co'.', convenient to tho Mill, located
on the above land,) situated in Washington
and Summerhill townships. " Trout Run,
M'Intosh's Run and Wright's Run runs
through- the land. One house, 80 by 49 ft.,
on the premises, with fifteen rods of the Pa.
R. R, and one double house convenient to
the Rail Road, and near the steam mill
known as the Union Mills of Wm. R. Hughes.
Also, a plank house convenient to the
water mill of Wm. R. Hughes, and 2 plank
barns. 150 acres of this tract is ridge land
of excellent quality, one half timbered with
map1e,beech, birch and hickory, and 45 acres
fenced in. A wooden railway runs through
the land, connecting with the Pennsylvania
Rail Road C6.'s siding, west of Portage.
' Also, 50 acres of timber land adjoining
lands of Peter Somers, the Sonman survey,
and others. -
Also, 60 acres of timber land situated one
mile from Portage, in Sammerhill township,
Cambria county, adjoining lands of Hon.
Thomas A. Scott and others.
Also, one house and lot at Portage, at the
siding of Pennsylvania Rail Road.
Also, five 5 acre lots in Washington town
ship, Cambria county, on the north side of
the Pa. R. R., at Portage Station, west of
la? RWye Uegcnc&d house and lot atTortage.
Also, one 2 story plank house at Portage
Station, with 8 acres of land, now occupied
by John O. Noel. '
Also, twenty 1 acie lots on. south side of
Pennsylvania Rail Road, at Portage Station,
adjoining lards of Wm. K. Carr & Co., Q.
W. Mears, and others, situate on the Pa. R.
R., between the property of John C. Noel
and the lower wood shod, in Washington
township, Cambria county.
Also, one 2 story house and three lots tit
nated in Wilmore borough, Cambria county,
knownas the Post Office property, on Wood
street and Crooked street.
Also, one 2 story honse and basement, 30
by 64 feet, in Wilmore borough, Cambria
county, known a3 the store room and resi
dence of Wm. R. Hughes, and' 2 lots and
barn, and other buildings, on Rail Road st.
Also, one house and lot on Rail Road st.,
now occupied by Louis Delahunt.
Also, seven acres of land in Wilmore bor
ough, Cambria county, improved and nnder
cultivation, adjoining lands of P. Ermire, the
Catholic church property, and others.
Also, four acres of meadow land known as
the. Gilbert L. Lloyd meadow. ;
Also, one acre of meadow land known as
the school houe lot.
Taken in execution and to be sold at the
suit of Graybill & Co., et. al.
, , - - JAMES MYERS, Sheriff.
Sheriff '3 Office. Ebensbnrg, June 20, 18G7.
"pURM FOR SALE. The sub--j-
scriber offers at private sale his FARM,
situated in Cambria township, two miles
east. of Ebensbnrg, on the road leading to
Loretto. The Farm consists of 80 Acres,
more or less, about 64 Acres of which are
cleared, under good fence, and in a good
state of cultivation. Tne balance of the
land is well set with sugar, chestnut, locust
and other marketable timber. There is a
comfortable FRAME HOUSE and a Frame
Barn on the premises, and an Orchard of
choice Fruit Trees that have never yet failed
to bear. There is also a never-failing spring
of puro water and other necessary conveni
ences on the premises. .The Farm will be
sold on fair terms and easy payments, and
an indisputable title will he given. What
ia known as Bradley's Station, on the E. &
C. Rail Road, is located on this land. -
Further information can be "obtained by
applying to CHARLES BRADLEY.
Cambria Tp,, May 23, 18G7.-tf.
A CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN.
FARM FOR SALE, The Farm
owned and occupied uy tb9 subscriber, situ
ated In Maneter township, CambrU C-oUPty,
four miles south-east of Ebensburg and ono
fourth mile from Samuel O'Hara'a Miil;con
talning 121 ACRES and allowance, la offered
for sale on reasonable terms and easy pay
ments. Eighty acres of the above land are
cleared, under good fence, and In excellent
farming conditioa. ' The Improvements con
sist of a two-tory PLANK HOUSE and a
lare FRAME BARN, both In good prewrs
vation, as well as all other necessary out
buildings. An extensive orchard of choice
fruit trees and never-fatlirig springs of excels
lent water are on the premises. -. Further In
formation can be obtained by making appli
cation to . DANIEL O'HABA;
MunsterTp., May 80. l867.-t2
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE!
The subscriber offers - for sale hia Farm
situated in Carroll township, Cambria coun
ty, about 2 J miles from Carroll town borough,
on the road leading to Hinebaugh's Mill.
Said Farm contains over 82 acres, most of
it cleared and under good fence, with a com
fortable twostory Plank House and Log
Barn thereon erected. There is a large or
chard of excellent fruit and several springs
of pure water on the premises one of the
latter close to the house as well as a stream
of water running through the middle of the
land. This property will be sold on fair
and easy terms. For further information
apply to the undersigned at Lilly's Station,
or to Archibald Smith, on the farm.
my80.-3oV DAVID SMITH.
7 1 I
I w J. LLOYD,
SUCCESSOR" R. S. Buirx, Deader In
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND PAINTS.
Store on Main street, opposite the "Mansion
House," Ebensburg, Pa. ; Jan. 21, f67.tf.
TINWARE, HARDWARE, &c.
1867. spniso tuade: jgg7,
I am now prepared to offer. .
TO CASH PURCHASERS OF
TIN & SIIEET-IUON WAPtB !
:' J:- EITHEB AT . '.
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
My stock consists in partxjf every variety of
, Tin, SHeet-ircn.
COPPER AND BRASS .WARES,
. - BNAMEIXED ' AKD PLAIN
: SAUCE-PANS. BOILERS. 'tzel,
COAL SHOVELS. MINE LAMPS, OIL
CANS, HOUSEFURNISHING HARD-:
W A RE OF EVERY KIND. .
:. Speat's Anti-Dnat
HEATING an COOKING STOVES,
EXCELSIOR COOKING STOVES,
NOBLE, TRIUMPn and PARLOR COOK
ING STOVES, :
And any Cooking Stove -desired I will get
when ordered at manufacturer's prices.
Odd Stove Plates and Grates, &c, for re
pairs, on hand for the Stoves I sell ; 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.
Laxsp Earners, Wick and Chimneys
WHOLESALE OR EETAIL.
I would call particular attention to the Light
House Burner, with Glass Cone, for giving
mote light thaa any other in use; Also, the
Paragon Burner, for Crude Oil. i
. SPEJJCER'.S SIFTER !
It recommends itself.
SUGAR KETTLESTND CAULDRONS
of all sizes constantly on hand.
Special attention given to
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
many new ones this Spring, I return my
most sincere thanks for the very liberal pa
tronage I have already received, and will
endeavpr to please all who may call, wheth
er they" buy or not
FRANCIS W. HAT.
Johnstown, March 7, 1867.-m.
GREAT Reduction' in Prices 1
TO CASH BLYERSI A ,
AT THE EOEXSBITBG
The undersigned respectfully informs the
citizens of Ebensburg and the public gener
ally that he has made a great reduction in
prices to CASH BUYERS. My stock will
consist, in part, of Cooking, Parlor and Heat
ing Stoces, of the most popular kinds ; Tin
ware of every description, of my own man
ufacture; Hardware ot all kind, such as
Locks, Screws, Butt Hinges, Table Hinges,
Shutter Hinges, Bolts, Iron and Nails, Win
dow Glass, Putty, Table Knives and Forks,
Carving Knives and 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,
Shoo Lasts, Pegs, Wax Bristles, Clothes
Wringers, Grind Stones, Patent Molasses
Gates and Measures, Lumber Sticks, Horse
Nails, norse Shoes, Cast Steel, Rifles, Shot
Guns, Revolvers, Pistols, Cartridges, Powf
der. Caps, Lead, &c, Odd Stove Plates,
firatea and Fire Bricks, Well and Cistern
Pumps and Tubing V Harness and Saddlery
Ware of all kind ; Wooden and Willow Ware
in great variety ; Carbon Oil and Oil Lamps,
Fish Oil, Lard Oil. Linseed Oil, Lubricating
Oil, Rosin, Tar, Glassware, Paiuts, Vara ish
cs, 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 j Paint. Whitewash, Scrub, Horse,
Shoe, Dusting, Varnish, Stove, Clothes and
Tooth Bmshcs, all kinds and sizes;; Bed
Cords and Manilla Ropes, and many other
articles at the lowest rates for CASH. ;
House Spouting made, painted atid put
up at low rates for cash. A liberal discount
made to country dealers buying Tinware
wholesale. . GEO. HUNTLEY
Ebensburg, Feb, 23, 18S7.-tf.
Has no suverior
I .in Vie World!!
I I -A.
U It is pronounced
faultless by all who
have used it. and it 13 predicted that it will
supersede all other Curtain Fixtures now in
use. For sale by GEO. HUNTLEY.
FRANK W. HAY,
TjnOLESALE and RET Al L Manufacturer,
of TIN, COPPER and SHEET-IRON
WARE. Canal street, below Clinton, Johns
town. Fa. A large stock constantly
POCKET KNIVES, Table Knives
and Forks, Spoons, &c, can be bought
cheap for cash at GEO. HUNTLEY'S.
' AKGAINS can be had br bavins
your goods for cash at
Feb. 2S. GEO. HUNTLEY'S.
OOD TRUNKS AND VALISES,
for sale low at G. HUNTLEY'S.
Hemlock, Cambria Co,, Fat
JOHN WILKIN, Proprietor.
This House has been refitted, and offers
accommodations superior to any other House
in the vicinity. The Proprietor, after long
experience in the business, feels confident he.
understands the wants of the public His
TABLE will be supplied with the delicacies
of the season and bis BAR with the choicest
wines and liquors.' By constant attention
aud due care for the comfort of his guests
the Proprietor hopes to merit a liberal share
of patronage. fmayl6-ly.J ,
Jlfain ' Street. Joh nsiown, Cambria Co., Fa.,
A; ROW. & CO., Proprietors. ';
RHIS HOUSE having been refitted and
J. elegantly furnished, i3 now open for the
reception and entertainment of guests. The
proprieors by long experience in hotel keep
ing feel confident they can satisfy a dis
Their- Bar is supplied with the choicest
brands of liquors and wines. : - ,
Jan. 31, 1867. . (ly.)
lj BENS BURG, Pa., JOHN A. BLAIR,
jj Propietor, spares no pains to render this
hotel worthy of 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 of liquors. His stable is large, and will
be attended by an attentive and obliging
hostler Jan 31, 1867.-tf.
OUNTAIN HOUSE, Ebensbcbg.
It. P. L.INTOJS &, CO., Frop'rs.
The Tabce is always supplied with the
choicest delicacies : the Bab is supplied with
choice liquore, and the Stable attended by
careful hostlers. Transient visitors accom
modated and boarders taken by the week,
month or year, on reasonable terms. feb21
LORETTO, CAMBRIA COUNTY, PA.,
THOMAS CALLEN, Proprietor.
IpHIS house is now open for the accommo
1 dation of the public. Accommodations
as good as the country will afford, and
charges moderate. Jan 3), 1867tf.
J. & W. C. M'KIBBIN, Proprietors.
Fourth SL, between Market and Arch,
May 9, 1867ly. PHILADELPHIA.
WM. M. LLOTD. JOH2I 1XOYD,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE
. UNITED STATES.
Corner Virginia anl Annie Streets, North
Ward, AKoona, Pa.
Authorized Capital, ----- $300,000
Cash Capital paid in, - - - - 150,000
All business pertaining to Banking done
on favorable terms
Interna! Revenue Stamps of all denomi
nations, always on hand.
To purchasers of Stamps, percentage, in
stamps, will be allowed, as follows :
$50 to $100, 2 per cent.; $100 to $200.
8 per cent. ; $200 and upwards, 4 per cent.
Jan. 31; 18G7-tf.
FIRST RATIONAL BASIL
O JOH2TST0WN, CAMBBIA, CO., PA.
Capital, $0O,O0O. Privilege to Increase
Inland and Foreign Draft3 furnished.
Gold and Silver bought and sold.
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.
D. J. Morrell,"
E. Y, Townsend,
Jacob M. Campbell,
Jacob Levergood. :
D. J. MORRELL, PresH.
H. J. Robebts, Cashier, - jan31'67.
TT LOID & CO., Bankers, .
iti . Ebexsbceo, Fa.
Gold, Silver, Government Loans, and
other Securities, bought and sold. Interest
allowed on Time Deposits. - Collections made
on all accessible points in the United States,
and a general Banking business transacted.
January 31. 1867.
II. 1LT.OT55 & CO.,
Bakkees. Altoona. Pa.
Drafts on the principal cities and Silver
and Gold for sale. Collections made.
Moneys received on deposit, payable on de
mand, without interest, or upon time, with
interest at fair rates. as31.
HABVEY CS1LD3. . , . iOWBIE CHILCa.
W. O. MCBPHEY.
M CHILD S & CO. ,
Wholesale Dealers in
EmlOHl If LMffl,
133 WOOD STREET,
Agents for the sale of "Hope Mill" Cotton
Yarn, Bags, Batting and Carpet Chain.
Feb. 23, 18G7.-tf.
johh gay. . . , . . . . war. WELSH.
AY & W E ZFS H ,
Successor to Gay & Painter,
Grocers and Csmmicslcn Ilercliaats
AND DEALERS IN
FLOUR, PRODUCE. FISH, SALT, CAR
BON OILS, &c, &c,
Corner Penn and Canal Sts.. oppot-ito Grain
Elevator. feb2S FiiUburgh, Pa.
m stock wmm mm.
CASH CAPITAL $500,000.
"We are now prepared to insure LIVE
STOCK against both Death and Theft, in
this live and reliable Company.; Owners of
stock have now the opportunity, by insult
ing with this Company, of obtaining securi
ty and remuneration for the loss of their an
imals in case of death or tneit.
OWNERS OF HORSES,
Manufacturers. Farmers. Teamsters, Ex
pressmen, Physicians, and in fact all who
are to any extent dependant upon the servi
ces of their horses in tbeir daily vocations,
should insure in this Company, and thus
derive a protection against the loss of their
animals, which are in many cares the sole
means of support to their owners.
Farmers and others owning cattle should
avail themselves of this means of saving the
value of their stock, and secure an equiva
lent for the loss which would otherwise fall
heavily upon them in being deprived of
tbeir Cattle, by Insuring m this, the
PIONEER COMPANY OF AMERICA!
Bv insurlnsr in this UomDany rou ex
change a certainty for an uncertainty. No
man can tell whether his animals may not
be stolen or die through some unforsttn
CCy- Competent Agents wanted, to whom a
liberal compensation will be paid. Apply to
KERR & CO., General Agents,
April 4, 1867.-ly. - Altoona, Pa.
G3- Col. WM. K. PIPER, Ebensburg, has
been appointed local agent for the Hartford
Live Stock Insurance Company.
We are now selling Exchange (at New
York Rates on
England, Ireland, Scotland,
Wales, Germany," Prussia,
Austria, Bavaria, Wurtemberg,
Baden, Uessen, Saxocy,
nanover, Belgium, Switzerland,
Holland. ' Norway and France.
And Tickets to and from any Port in -England,
Germany. France, California,
New South Wales or Australia.
KERR & CO.
JOHN KOCXETT, ' - - - F. J. STOB3I.
JJOUSE and SIGN PAINTING.
JOII3f ROCKKTT & CO.
Desire to inform the public generally that
they are now prepared to execute House,
Sian and Ornamental Paintina. Glazina. Pa
per Hanging. Graining and Calcemining, ei
ther m Uambna, lilair or liuntingdon Coun
ties, on the shortest notice, in the very best
style, and at prices as reasonable as any
other firm or individual in the country.
Call at their room in Lowther's building,
under Roush's Drug Store, or address
John Rockett & Co., Altoona, Pa.
. April 25, 1867.-6m.
JOHN HICKEY, Altoona Pa.,
Dealer In all kinds
LOUNGES, I TABLES. I BEDSTEADS
SOFAS, J BUKEAUS, WHAT-NOTS
CUSHIONED, CANE-BOTTOMED AND
COMMON CTIA1RS, &c.
NEW, FURNITURE WAREROOM,
JULIA BTBEET, NEAR HAEEIET,
Opposite the Protestant Episcopal Church,
March 7, 1867;-ly. EAST ALTOONA.
" MARBLE WORKS.
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED 1
JOHNSTOWN HARBLE WORKS !
The subscriber has just received a rr?v
large and handsome invoice oftdgM?j'm
Italian and American
M a p n r. T!
sw a. a-c jf . I m
comprising the largest and nest
stock of the kind ever brought tof . t
Johnstown, at his establishment ) 11 1
on Franklin Street, where he is prepared,
with an adequate force of experienced and
skilful workmen, to execute all kinds ol
MONUMENTS. Mantels, TombstonesTa
ble and Bureau Tops, &c, as cheap as they
can be purchased in any of the cities.
A large stock of Gum pstones on hand
and for sale low. .
A room has been opened in Ebensbnrg, a
few doors wesc of Dr. S. S. Christy's Drug
Store, where articles of my manufacture are
kept constantly on hand, to which the at
tention of purchasers is invited.
DT" Prompt attention paid to orders from
a distance and work delivered where de
sired. JOHN PARKE.
qHE UNDERSIGNED begs leave to inform
I the citizens of Cambria and adjoining
counties, that he has ju&t received a stock
of the finest Italian and other Marbles at his
Establishment jn Loretto Cambria co., Pa.,
Monuments, Tombs, Grave-Stones, Table
and Bureau tops, manufactured cf the most
beautiful and finest quality of Foreiga and
Domestic marble, always on hand and made
to order as cheap a3 they can be pnrchased
in the city, in a neat and workmanlike
manner, and on the shortest notice.
The public are respect'ouj Invited to give
rre a call before purchaiing elsewhere, as I
aniconGdent that my work and prices will
satisfy any person desiring any thing in my
line of business.
Now is the time to act a cheat) iob !
A NY PERSON intending to build a j
iiouse or Uarn, can buy Nails and
Hardware cheap by paving cash at
Ftb. 23. GEO. HUNTLEY'S.
TAMES j OATMANAi":
7 . tenders his professional SfrvicT 1
. .utvu me C!t
ing occupied by J. Buct & Co k
Night calls can be made at the hoS !r?l
reuce Schroth. ;.. - JMayj?:
CONTINUES to visit Ebenar- ?
b on the 4th Monday of each
Daring his absence Lewis K Shya'
studied with the Doctor, will Vein
office and attend to all business
J ler, having opened an cfiU L s
over R. R. Thomas' Store, offcrslU h
rii ta VUU ClHZeiiS Of FKc CI t
and virmjtw. toeiii?:
O DEVEREAUX, SLDj
JbL bician akd Subgeos, Summit f 'i
Office east end of .Mansiou Housp i1
Road street.: Night calls may be'iSS
the office. Jajg
B. L JOHXSTOX, nTscl
Attorneys at Law,
Ebensburg, Cambria co.,
Office opposite the Cnrt House
Ebensburg, Jan. 31, 1867.-tf.
1 TTORNEY AT LAW. Johmtfr e.
il Office In the Exchange building a 3
Corner of Clinton and Locust itrwa-1
stairs. Will attend to all b Habeas coat-5
fa wiiu nis proiession.
Jan. 31. 18C7.-tf.
JOHN V. LINTON,
I TTORNEY AT LAW, Johnston. pA
rt Office in building on corner of MW
Franklin 6treet, opposite Mansion Hoc
second floor. Entrance on Fracklin gt
Johnstown. Jan. 31, 1SG7. tf. i
F. A. SHOEMAKER,
I TTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensbnrg, fcj
ft Office on nirrh street, one door Hast nf-?
ranking House of L.loyd & Co.
January SI, 1867.-tf.
W. H. SECHLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ebtiisbitnf. .
ft Office jn the Commissioners' P.im
House. Jan. Sl.'CT-i
F. P. TIERNEY,
I TTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg, h-
il utnee in . Uolonade Kow.
Jan. 6. 18G7-tf.
ITTORNEF AT LAW, Ebensburg. fa-
l umce on Uentre street, opposite Moc-?
Hotel. Jan. 81, 1867 tf
I TTORNEY AT LAW. Ebenshura Ti
ft Office on High street, adioinine his re
dence. , Jan 31. 18C7.-t:
GEORGE M. REED.
ITTORKEY AT LAW. EJjensburg, Fi4
il vuiee on Mam street, three doon
ol Jnlian. Jan. 81. 186T.
GEORGE V. OATM AN.
4 TTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg, h
Office in Colon cide Row, Centre strefi.
January si, lbC7.-tr.
1 TTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg, fa
Office in Colonade Row, Centre strt.
Jan. 31, !867.-tf.
ft L. PERSUING, Attobset-h-
Law, Johnstown, Pa. Office on Frtri
lin street, up-stairs, over John Bectu'i
Hardware btore. Jan. 81, 1E57.
YfrAMES C. EASLY, Attorn-
QmJ at-Law. Carrolliown. Cambria Co..h
Collections and all legal business prompt
attended to. Jan. 81. 18C7
HKINKEAD, Justice of tht P&
and Claim Agent. Office remcTedc
the office formerly occupied bj M. Uus
&q dee'd, on High St., Ebensburg. y
ALL IMS OF CM
such, as common Winsor Chairs, Fret
Chairs, Vienna Chairs, Bustle Chain, Bia
Backed Chairs, Sociable Chairs,
nne Stat airj,
ROCKING CHAIRS, OF :EVERY SUS
SPRING SEAT CHAIRS
Settees, Lounges, &c, &c.
of every description and of latest
STYLES, WITH PRICES TO SUIT W
Tastes of all.
Thankful for past favors, he r?
fully fcolicits a liberal share of public p
age. Clinton Street, Johnstown Of J
Co. Pa. JJanSLj.
EOBERT E. JONES. - -.
Ebensburg, Cambria co.,
Dealer in Lumber. The bigh ;Pn.
in Cash, paid for CHERRY, POPLAK
and UND LUMBER.
- j.ar jusj receivea ana ior w '"riVs.
iat ffeb.23. GEO. HUNTLE
"FF you want to buy goods on longed
i and pay bi Trice. tev't FoJ r