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.'" LATE HEWS ITEHS. L.
; . -.William Ward, an engineer ou ft Vla
onsin railroad, saved the life of & child a
d:ys since by jumping ofTand Beizing
it just as the train was about to pass over
U. '- ; ' . .
Kansas ia unfortunate, i Lucy Stone
and others of her type have been ecour
ing the State, and had no sooner left, than
devouring swarms of grasshoppers pitched
epoa it - - - -
Tlie people of Now London, Conn.,
are excited by a report that Captain Silas
Buchanan and wife, and Hiley West, cf
that city, supposed to have been lost at sea
fifteen years ago, are alive on a Pacific
island. . . '. - " ;'v
It appears that infanticide prevails
lo n great extent among the freed negroes.
In Columbia, Mississippi, nine babies
were found in one well. Is this what
Bheridan means when he says Hhe freed
men are doing tccll enough!" "
The Clover mil coal mines, in Virgi
nia, which were the scenes of such terri
ble explosions recently, will soon be in
working order. The fire has been extin
guished, and the . preparations to resume
.work are being made rapidly. .; ' ' r ;
-Ybun!? Surratt seems to have the
whole of the Mongrel Congress, all the
Hongrel newspapers and a considerable
portion of the thieves and jail-birds about
Washington, engaged in a "conspiracy"
lo hang him. It seems to bo a popular
idea with tho Mongrel party, that it is
necessary to bang the 60n to justify; the
iaurder cf the mother.
: Niagara Falls is to be excited over a
female lilondiri before many days, in the
person of M'dle Rosa Celeste, whose thrill
ing feats in ropo walking in California
have excelled those of , Ulondin.,. Mr. J)e
Young, her agent, is at Niagara Falls,
making the "necessary arrangements for
MMlo Celeste, who intends walking a rope
stretched across the river below the Falls.
The walking will take place as' soon, as
the necessary arrangements can. bo made
This daring feat will no doubt .call out a
large attendance. . - :.
Samuel Cope, formerly a resident of
the Quaker City, and a man of wealth,
.committed suicide in the township of Fall?,
Bucks county. Pa., a short time ago, by
taking laudanum. - lie was a morose, ' me
lancholy, man. , The .suicide of Preston
King, which was induced by remorse con
sequent upon his rough refusal to permit
Mis3 Annie Surratt to intercede witlr tho
President for the life of her mother, made
a deep impression upon Cop 38 morbid
feelings, and was the frequent Bulject' of
conversation.
-w-Dye, the witness who was troubled
with dreams, and who remembered Sur
ratt's face because he had "frequently
seen it in sleep," it appears was arrested
la Philadelphia in the early part of the
present year for passing counterfeit money.
Cleaver, another witness, has been lately
convicted for rape and murder, and is now
at large on bail awaiting a new triaL.
ITobart and Blinn, other witnesses, have,
contradicted outside what they said in
court, and the negro wench who. said she
. saw Surratt at his mother's house on the
evening of the assassination .saw him but
a few minutes, and had never seen him
before or since, until confronted with him
la court. : ' . ' . .. . .. -
A singular circumstance happened at
Wellsburg, West Virginia, on Monday,
17th, about midday. At that hour a
bright blaze Was discovered rising from
the roof. of. Marks cabinet sbop,: which
was quenched without any alarm being
given; fend on the spot Mr. Marks found
a piece of material about the sizo of a
naucer, resembling lava, or the substance
that escapes from the furnaces, cellular,
sulphurous to the smell, and not very
heavy, which he threw on the pavement,
barning his fingers in the act. - The blaze
was undoubtedly caused by this substance,
and the mystery is what is it, and how
lid it get there ? There was no fire in
the shop, or any place near, from which it
eould have- found its way upon tho roof,
and the general opinion is that the sub
stance is an ccrolite, and came hissing hot
from the atmospheric regions.-- The speci
men is preserved as a curiosity.
TT?XECUTOH'S NOTICE Let
ters Testamentary on the estate of
1'rancia Glosser, late of Chest township,
Cambria county, dee'd, haviDg been granted
to the undersigned by the Register of said
county, all persons having claims ' against
aid estate will please present them duly au
thenticated for settlement, and those indebt
ed to the same are hereby requested to come
foi waid and make payment. . -
-- - . PAUL YOUNEIt, Executor.
t Chest Township, June 13, 1807 -6t. ; "
JOSEPH ZOLNER, Jr., ;
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Has taken the room on Iligh street, opposite
th Mountain House, recently occupied by
K. J. Lloyd as a Drug Store. - Watches and
Jewelry repaired on short notice" and at the
lowest rates, and all work warranted.
Ebensburg, May 23, 18G7.
TjN COURAGE HOME INDUSTRY I
j: GENERAL MERCHANDISE.- -
' quich sales,
quxcis. sax.es,
and small. profits.
, .AND SMALL PROFITS, .. .
, ; AND SMALL '. PIIOFITS,
GURLET'8 NEW CHEAP STORE.
GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE,
GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE,
. . - . EBENSBURG, PA. - . y .
; EBENSBURG, PA. ;
U ; :EBENSJ3URa, PA. ; J-.J. r
The Largest Stock of Goods. The Best
Selected and the Greatest Variety ever
brought to Town.
L A RG EST, CHEAPEST AND BEST,
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST,
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST,
GO AND SEE.
GO AND SEE, , . .
f ' GO AND SEE. -
P. SIXAKRETTS DYSERT,
House, Sign and Ornamental Painter.
Graiuiug, Glazing, Paper Hanging, and all
ether work in his line, promptly executed,
and satisfaciieo guaranteed. Shop in the.
basement or the iown uail. ,
Ebensburg, May 9, 18o7.-Cra. ". ...
. 3 OOD TRUCKS AND VALISES,
Vs. T-r sala T3W r,. HXT'KTLEY'S.
The subscriber calls the attention of the
public to the fact, that he has just receired
and opened ont in his New Store, a largo
stock of goods, consisting of
FLOUR, CORN MEAL, CHOP FEED.
Bran. Fish. Bacon and Cbeess; Sngar, Cof-
fee, Tea, Molasres. Spicet, Tobacco, Ggare,
Cantlles, Soap, Vinegar, &c &c.
NOTIONS, DRUGS, PERFUMERY,
Stoneware and Earthenware.- ALSO, a fine
assortment of the best and latest style of
Hat. He always keeps constantly on
hand Bologna Sausages, Sardines, Fresh and
Spiced Oysters in can; or half cansatid al
most" everything in" the 'eating 'or drinking
line. AU. of which will be sold at small
profit.
GEO. GURLEY,
Main STitHrrEBtKSBCEo; Pa.
January .3 1, J867. ,-i Z--l a
JM PORT ANT to EVERYBODY.
I'lillliril-ESlS!
I ? JOHS XU TD032AS v:'j
Take pleasnre In annnnncrog to the citizens
of Ebensburg and the north of the connty
generally, that he has recently added to his
stock a large and complete assortment of
SHOES, BUSKINS, "GAITERS, &c,
For Ladies1 and Children s Weart
from the celebrated wholesale manufacturing
establishment of Zicgler & Sutton, Philadel
phia. Ihis stock comprise ererythlng that
is desirable and serviceable in the way of
custom-made tnced work, and every article is
warranted of the best material and most per
fect manufacture. Iu the sale of these goods
the subscriber pledge himself to repair, free
of charge any article that may gie way af
ter a' reasonable time and reasonable' neage.
The ladiea are specially invited to call and
examina the stock.
The subscriber also keeps on hand and is
prepared to-manufactura to ordtr' BOOTS
and SHOES for GeBts and South' wear; of
the very best material and workmanship
and at prices as reasonable as like work caa
be obtained anywhere. French Calf, Com
mon Calf, .Morocco and all ethers kinds, of
Leather constantly ,ctt hand. ;i i H T
' (7 Storexin Main atreet,' next door to
Crawford' Hotel. ffeb21-tf.
OLLI D A YSBUBG I
JACOB M- PIRCHER,
FASHIONABLE
CLOTHIES & TAIIOE,
Has just opened a full assortment of well se
lected and moet-desirable
SPBIJSO & SUMMER GOODS.
Gents and J3oys furnished yith: CLOTH
ING, HATS. SHOES, &e.; of the latwt
styles and best material, at the LOWEST
CASH PRICES.
A VARIETY OP PIECE GOODS,
which will be sold by the yard or made to
order in the most approved manner.
Having given full satisfaction to his cus
tomers for more than twextt-ttte yejlrs;
he guarantees the same to all who may favor
h:ra with their patronage in the future.
C3-Store on the west aide of Montgomery
street, below Blair, next door to Masonic
Hall, Hollidayaburg, Pa. lmy23.1y.J
O THE - LADIES OF EBENS-
BURG AND VICINITr. Having re
cently arrived from the city with a hand
some assortment of Spring and Summer Mil
liner and Strav -Goods; of the latest'styles,
comprising Bqnneis SUkt and Velvets. ne
French Flotcers, an assortment of Ribbons,
all widths and colors, Ladies plain and fan
cy Dress dtps. Infants' Silk and Embroid
ered Caps, together with Hoop Skirts, Cor
sets, Hosiery, Gloves, Ladies' and Gent's
fine Linca Handkerchiefs, &c , we invite the
ladiea of Ebensburg and surrounding dis
tricts to call and examine onr stock, in the
store room formerly occupied by E. Hnghes,
below the Mountain House. ?
We have a fashionable miliner of -excellent
taste, who sill pay particular .attention
to bleaching, pressing and altering Hats and
Bonnets to the latest styles.
Mas. J. DOYLE,
; April 25-3 m. . , , ... ., .JHss-M-.RUSIL
if: A M E S II. DAVIS,
Dealer la all kinds of
POPUR, CHERRY & ASH LUMBER,
Fard Nos. 314 and 31G N. Broad St.,
PHILADELPHIA.
OsJ-Business attended to in Ebensburg by
T'm. J. "Williams. fmyl6-Iy
: r .-'.FRANK W. HAY, -
TTHOLESALE and RETAJ L Mannfacturer,
lof TIN. COPPER and" SHEET-IRON
WARE, Canal street, below Clinton, Johns
toum. Fa. A large stock constantly
hand.
POCKET KNIVES,- Table Knives
and Forks, Spoons, &c, can be bought
cheap for cash at GEO. HUNTLEY'S.
CAMGAINS can be had by f buying
rour coods for cash afc
PeUfS. CtEO. HTTKTLET'S.
HOTELS.
0. EANT HOUSE, ; - :
X-H - Hemlock, Cambria Co., Pa,
JO TIN WILKIN, Proprietor. ;r y
1, This House has beea refitted, and offera
accommodations superior to any other House
in the vicinity. The Proprietor, after long
experience in the business, feels confident he
understands the vrants of the public- His
TABLE will be supplied with the delicacies
of the season and hi3 BAR with the choicest
wines and liquors. - By constant attention
and due care for the comfort of. Li3 guests
the Proprietor hopes to merit a liberal share
of patronage. fmayl6-ly.J .
; SCOTT HOUSE,
Main Street, Johnstoten, Cambria Co.," Fa .
A: ROW & CO., Proprietors.
rTIIS HOUSE having been refitted and
1 elegantly furnished, i3 now open for the
reception and entertainment of guests. The
proprieors by lonj expsrience in hotel keep
ing feel confident they can satisfy a dis
criminating public. , , "
; Their Bar Is supplied ; with the choicest
brands of liquors and wines. : ' . '
Jan. 31, 1867. : - (ly.)
UNION HOUSE,
PBENSBURG, Ta., 1 JODN A. BLAIR,
Propietor, spares no pains to Tender this
hotel worthy of a continuation o the liberal
patronage It ha8 heretofore received; ; His
table will always be furnished with the
best, the market affords; his bar; with the
boat c f liquors. His stable is large, and
be attended by an attentive and obliging
hostler. - : ; Jan 31, 18C7tf. :
TTOUNTAIN HOUSE, Ebensbckq.-
' The Table is always supplied with the
choicest delicacies ; the Bab is supplied with
choice Iiquorp, and the Stable attended by
careful hostlers. ' Transient "visitors accom
modated and boarders taken by, the week,
month or year, .on reasonable terms. feb21
V- ' SHIELDS HOUSE, ; : .
LORETFO, CAMBRIA COUNTY, PA.',
; THOMAS ' CALLEN, Proprietor.
THIS house Is now-open for the accommo
dation of the rpnbiic.-!! Accommodations
as good aa the eountry; will afford, fcnd
charges moderate." 1 j . ; Jan 81, 1867.-tf.
ALTOONA ADVERTISEMENTS.
MERCHANTS' HOTEL.
J,;& W.1C. M'KiBB!Nf Proprietors.
-: Fourth Si., hetueen Market and Arch,
May 0; 18G7.-ly. 1 PHILADELPHIA.
iBANK NOTICES
W3f IiLOTD, .
: - r ; : President.'
JOJIX LL0T1,
- Cashitr:
17 1 R S T ' NATIONAL BANK
Mr:- ' or'ALTooiA.
DSSIOKATED DEPOSITOBT 0? THE
UNITED STATE3.- .i-
Cbrmr Virginia and Ami$ Street, Norih
Ward, AZtoona, Fa. - -Anthorlied
Capltat,i-- . - 300,000
Cash Capital paid in, J - - 169,000
' All business pertaining to Eanklnj done
oii favorable terms '"- '.. . , ,f . .
Internal Revenn Stamps of all denomi
nations, always on hand. . . .
.To purchasera of Stamps, "percentage, , In
ktamps, will be allowed, m follows i
; 50 to 109, 3 per cent.; 1100 to $200,
t per cent. $200 and upward, 4' per cent.
Jan. $1, 1857 if. ; '...;
FIRST nATIOSAI. .I3AUJI . ."
O lOKSJlOWI, CAU1U QJ,' PA.
- i " - -
Ca?ttaXf 30,000.PtlvtlcstlBrafl
. to 9109,900. ' : '--
Inland and Foreign Drafts farnlshtd,f
. Gold and Silver bought and sold. ! - -:
v Collections made, at horns and abroad. '
TJ. S. Boads and Cesar tries of all kind ob
tained. ! ! ;' '";'; -; ".' ' '
Deposits received and money loaned.
A general Banking business transacted.
; .';. "'' '; v" DraicroEs: V ; ;';"''
D. J. MorreTl,". George Frlt2, , ,
Isaac Kanffmsn. John Dlbert,
Jacob If. Campbell, B. T. To-trnsend,.
. . ' Jacob Lever food." '" '
; ; : . ' . D. J. MORRELL, Fret .'
' - It, J. Hobekts, Cashier. . Jn3l'i7.
.TT'XO'Sno &:';'0.i' Bankers,-'" '
JLl. , '. '' .,: : Ebensbcko, Pa.
, Gold, ' Silver Government - Loans, and
other Securities, bought and sold. Interest
allowed on Time teposits. Collections made
on all accessible points In the United States,
and a general Banking business transacted.
.January 31.T8C7. -, ' '
Baxk.e&3 Altooka, Pa:
' Drafts on , the principal cities and Silver
and ' Gold , for .' sale. Coilecliona mads
Money3 received on deposit, payable oh de
mand, without interest, or spon time; with
interest, at fair rates. an31..
HARVEY ' CHXUJ8. . . , . ' COWRIE CHILDS.
CniliB S &v CO. y
.Wholesl Dealers ill -
Monrni! m mm
: 133 . WOOD STREET
; ;; , :, Pittsburgh, 'f Al
Agents for the sale of "Hope Hill"' Cotton
Tarn, Bags, Batting and Carpet Chain. ,
Feb. 23, lS67.-tf. . . . : ,-, .'..'.' ,V
JOHN GAY.
WM. -WELSH.
A V .t- TV V T..Q TT
SacctllOIl to Git JL. Painter.
.wholesale .
Grocers and CcianiiEcloa Ilercliciita
AND DEALEE3 IS
FLOUR, PRODUCE. FISH, SALT, CAK-
, BON OILS, &c, &c,
Gyner Peon anI Canl Sis., opposite Grin
KTevatof. tyb28 . ,Pifi4; Fa.
HARTFORD .-I
i ;sp! mm mm
:. CASH CAPITAL $500,0C0. ,'
. "We are now prepared to insure LIVE
STOCK against both DcaUi and Theft, in
this live and reliable Company. Owners of
Stock have now the opportunity, by insur
ing with this Company, of obtaining securi
ty and remuneration for the loss of their an-,
imala in case of dbath or theft. . ...
; OWNERS OF HOUSES,
Manufacturers, Farmers, . Teamsters. Ex
pressmen, : Physicians, and in fact all who
are to any extent dependant upon the servi
ces of their horses in their daily vocations,
should " insure iu this Company, and thus
derive a protection against the loss of their
animals, which are in many cafes the "sole
means of support to their owners. ' . '
r'. ' FARM STOCK. '.
Farmers and others owning cattle should
avail themselves of thismeana of saving the
value of their 6tock, and secure an equiva
lent for the los3 which would otherwise fall
heavily upon them in being deprived of
tbeir Cattle, by insuring in this, the , ,
PIONEER COMPANY OF AMERICA!
: By insurlogf in 'this Company you 'ex
i change a certainty for an uncertainty. Ko
man can tell whether -his animate may rot
be stolen or 'die through some unfomtn
calamity. ' ; ' '.' ' ; . ' '
CO Competent Agents vanted,: to tchom a
liberal compensation tcill be paid. Apply to
; J : : KERR & CO., General Agents,
- April 4, 1867.-ly. Altfwna. Pa.
0 Col. WM. K. PIPER, Ebensburg, has
been appointed local agent for the Hartford
Live Stock Insurance Company. : . " ,
fOKEIGN SHIPPING
.. ' ' . AND . ., ,
EXCHANGE OFFICE.
; We are now seliing Exchange (at New
York Rates on ' . .
England, 'Ireland; . Scotland,;
Wales, V" 7 ' Germany,' ; Prussia,
Austria,' : Bavaria, ' Wurtemberg,
Baden, ; '; . Heesen, ; . baxony,' ,
nahbver, ' ' Belgium,".; Switzerland,
Holland; ": ' Norway and Frsnce.
. And Tickets to and from any Port In
England, ' . Ireland,'. Scotland, ' .
Germany,".. Prance, -California,
Ptew bout h Wales or Austraha.
' - 1 V ' , ' KERR & CO.
John rocicett, : - ' - - f. j. btorh.
OUSE akd SIGN PAINTING.
"JOHN nOCKKTT & co. ;
Desire; to inform the public generally that
they are now prepared to execute Iloute,
Sign and Ornamental Fainting, Glazing, Pa
per, Hanging. Graining and Caleemimng, ei
ther ia Cmbria, Blair or Huntingdon Conn
tie, on the shortest notice. In the very test
style-, and at prices; a reasonable as any
ther firja or Individ a al in the conntry. :
,CaH at their room in Lowther's building,
under Roush'a Druj; Store, or addresa
v - Johw Eoceett & Co., Altoonfl, Pa.
;April25, IS7.-ea. - :
JOHN HICKET, Altoona Pa.,
Dalr tm mil
Housoliold Furniture !
" - " 1. 1 arcH as ,
LOUNGES; I TABLES, 1 BEDSTEADS
SOPA3. " j BU RRAUS. j WHAT-NOTS
CUSHIONED, CANE-BOITOMED AKD
- J COM HON CHAIRS, &c.
' Um : FU RNITURE VVAREROOM,
jtrua tzwt, m a habbiit,
Opposite 4 Prcttttant Episcopal Church,
MareW T, 185T.-1. : . EAST ALTOONA.
MARBLE WORKS.
"pP.ICES GREATLY BEDUCED !
lUmiSTQWU ;nAllBL2 T70SHS !
Th isabeerlbef has Just received a ' :
lrp and .handsomo Invoice offSjf
Italian and American , : "i smi
i- 'MARBLE : .-. ; pf"!f '
comprising the largest and ' finent V , OX :
ttock of the kind ever bronght i6 4r-p
Johnstown i at h!j establishment -tssr'- 1
on Franklin Street, 5 where h is prepared,
with as adequate force of experinced and
tkilfnl workmen, to execnta - all kinds of
MONUMENTS, Mantels, Tombstonea. Ta
ble and Bureau Tops, &c, as cheap aa they
can be purchased in any of the cities.
A large stock of GcixnSTOifE3 on hand
and for ale low. --
5 A room has been opened in Ebensburg, a
few doors wess of Dr. S. S., Christy's Drug
Store, where articles of my mannfacture'are
kept constantly on hand, to which the at4
tention of purchasers is invited.
; C7" Prompt attention paid to orJejsfrom
a distance : and work delivered ' where de
sirod. ; . . JOHN PARKE, -'
3 LORETTO
rnilE UNDERSIGNED begs leave to Inform
j. the citizens of Cambria and adjoining
counties, that ho ba3 just received a stock
of the finest Italian and other Marbles at his
Estallishtnent in Loretto Cambria co., Fa.', .
" Monuments,, Xomhs, Grave-Stones, TaUt
and Bureau op,'manufactured of the moat
beautiful and finest quality of Foreign and
Domestic marble, always on hand and made
to order aa cheap as they caa be purchased
in the city, in a neat and workmanlike
manner, and on the shortest notice.
The public are respectfully invited toghe
me a call before purchasing elsewhere, as I
am confident that my work and prices will
satisfy any person desiring any thing in my
line of business. . -
Ifo to is the time to ael a cheap job !"
JAMES WILKINSON.
A NY PERSON intending to build a
Hoase or Barn, caa buy Nails and
Hardyara cheap by raving ca6h at . . .
Peb. tf. GEO. HUNTLEY'S,
! PROFESSIONAL ' CARDS, - . :"-f MEDICAL PREPAATr
AMES X OAT3IAN, M. D.,
.onora l-.i nrofessicnal services as Phv-
stoi'an and Surgeon to the citizens of Carroll
tewn and vicinity. OSce in rear of build
ing occupied by J. Buck & Co. as a ftore.
Niht calls can" be made at the hotel cf Law
rence Schroth.
May 9, 1867.-tf. J .
: S. BELFORD, DENTIST, l :
(EONTINUES to visit Ebentburg personally
f on the 4th Monday of each month.
Durins his absence Lewis N. Snyder, who
studied with the Doctor, will remain in the
office and attend to all business entrusted to
him.- Jan31,'G7.
ffENTISTRY. Dr. D. V. Zeig-
ler, having opened an office in rooms
over R. It. Thomas' Store, offers his profes
sional serviced to the citizens of Ebensburg
and vicinity. ap.18.3rn.- ;
DEVEHEAUX, il. iD., Phy-
sicrAK akd Sdegeok. Summit. Pa.
Office east end of Mansiot. House, : on Rail
Road street. Night calls may be made at
the office. . .. ; fray23.tf.
ft. L' J0LIKSTOX, ' 3. . 8CAKLAN.
JOHNSTON Sc ECANLAN, ;
Attorneys at Law, .'"--.
; . Ebensburg, Cambria c., Pa ,
Offica opposite the Court House. - -
Ebensburg, Jan. SI, 1867.-tf. -
D. M'LAUGFILLN,
t TTORNET AT LAW. Johnstoicn, Pa.-
Office in the Exchange building, on the
Corner of Clinton and Locust street np
stairs. Will attend to all business connect
ed with his profession. -
Jan. 31, 1867-tf.
JOHN P. IJNTON, ;
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Johnstown. Pa.
Offica in building on corner of Main and
Franklin street, opposite Mansion House.
second uoor. Entrance on Franklin etreet.
. .Johnstown, Jan. 31, 1867. tf. i i
- F. A. SHOEMAKER,
I TTORNEY AT LAW. Ebensburg. Pa.
ii Office on Hih street , one door East of the
Banking House of Lloyd .& C.
, January 31, l67.tf.; :
W. II. SECIILER, :
I TTORNEY AT LAW. Ebensburo. Fa
i Office in the Commi3tioner' Rrom. Gert
House. - - Jan. 81. '37-tf.
. : F, R TIERNEY,
i TTORNEY AT LAW, Xbmsbvrg, Pa
.Office in Colon ade Row. ; ' . ;
Jan. 5,. 1867-tf. ; ' ' ; ' "
TT JOSEPH M' DONALD, .
iTTORNEST AT LAW, Ebensbttrg. Fa.
Office on Centre street, opposite Moore's
Hotel. - Jan. 81, 1867-tf
" - JOHN FENLON,
! TTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg Pa
Office on nigh street, adjoining his resi
ence. Jan 81, 18G7.-tf.
GEORGE M, REED,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg, Pa.
Office on llain street, three doors East
ot Julian.:. , . . , Jan. 31, 1867.
..-: GEORGE Y. OAT2IAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg. Pa.
OfSce ia Clonad Row, Centre street. ,
January 81. 1867.-tf. .
WILLIAM KITTELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg, Fa.
Offic in Colonade Row, Centre street. V
. Jan. 81. lS67.-tf. ; ;. .
GJj. PEESHLNG,- Attoiixet-at-
Law, Johnstown, Fa. . Office on Frank
lin street, op-stairs, over John Benton's
Hardware Store. Jan. SI, 1857.
THAMES C. EASLY, Attornet-
at-Law, Oarrolltoicn, Cambria Co., Fa.
Collections and all. legal bntinees promptly
attended to. .... . Jan. 31. 18C7."
T-l ' KINKEAD, Justice of the Peace
and Claim Agent. Office removed to
th tffie formerly occupied by M. Hasson,
E dee'd, oo High St., Ebn?burg. j3l.
MISCELLANEOUS.
w
G1IAIR MANUFACTORY.
ALL KINDS OF CHAIRS,
such as common Winsor Chairs, Fret Back
Chairs, Vienna Chairs, Bostle Chairs, Rim
; Backed Chairs, Sociable Chairs, .
- . (utt. "Stat:. (5ms,
ROCKING CnAIRS, OP EVERY SIZE
H SPRING SEAT CIIAIRS
: - Settees, Lounges, &c, &c -
CABINET FURMiTURE
( of every description and of latest
STYLES, WITH PRICES TO SUIT THE
Tastea of all.
Thankful for past favors, he respect
fully tolicits a liberal share cf -nnhlic.
ace. Clinton Street " JobnKtmvn c', t-.r;
I Jan. 31.1867.
Co. Pa.
OBERT E. JONE.V
Ebensburc Cimbria r.n : Tu-
Dealer in Lumber. The hichost pricos,
in Cash, paid far CIIEHIiY, POPLAR,ASH
and LIND LU11BER.
j j. 5 just receive
1 at ffcb.23.1
VOODKN RuTTEK 10VI3
eived and for sale -low for cash
f fcb.23. j G EO. HUNTLEY'S.
' F you want to buy goods on long credit
-4- and psy big prices, don't po lo .
3b. 1. G IX). ITLTKTLBTS.
COUGHS, r- s
INFLUENZA, v --
TICKLING IN Tn..
or relieve CONSUMPTIVE: i
As qcick AS
COE'S CpUGH BAU1
OVER ONE WlLLfO?! BO?-
have been sold, and not natt
its failure is known. Te ;
session any quantity cf Certifi,-f :
them from LilLNENf PUTaS'.-1
have nseil. it in their practice''
the pre-eminence over all ott''
IT DOES NOT DRY UP ASj
' - :' but ixjosexs rr
so as to enable the patent toer '
freely." Two or three dewts vfi'i
Wit a i. iu i aEOAT. ' A V.'
tie ha3. often complete'? cn.fw'.f
-5a "'Wife:
ivc
(jmuirv 1 jwj.i, una Jet, tac A ' '
sure and speajy in iu uper C I
fectly ' harmlefa, beinir purelr 1
: kroc -;
LA
LA
! LA
or
GE
G1
Xa ft Tf u . V I V n 1 I C :
a ''J "oll"ulc U LiJ9 i(Ujte 8"-'
admini3tered to childrtn offtCj
In eases of Croup tee vriUguirA", !
if taken in season.
Family sliould be vrltb '
It 13 rrlthin th rch cf all, it 0
heapcest and.bt mediae eitiM 1
' C.G. CLARK CO., Pr:-1
tnar.23.eowly. New lhm
QOE-S DYSPEPSU
This srreat remedy fur all DlSEi
THE STOMACH is tho tiifrjd
ventor of Co'rf va'nab'. CWl
while expirimnting for hi ova W
cured Cramp in the Htomach for tic
had before yielded to nothirg but d.!
The almost daily testimony frjc i
parts of the country encouraa tit-
there ia no disease cane1 bTat-'
stomach it wiil not jimi!i ten
ciana endors and urf it. MiDistt.nr
t j mony of its c fficac ? ; and fnai ai- t
we receive tiding tf cur j-rfef
Dyspepsia it i aure to cr-ra.
one ioe will cure. Sick
cured in. hondreil ;f caMj -Hc-ii
Dizziness it stops in thirty minu-.a f
ity cf the Stomach it crrrecu it cmct
of the Food it atopBimmftiutelv. II
after Eating one d? will rmoT. 1
Morbus rapidly vieldd to fnrdi -rn
Breath will be chngd wi kVfi:; ! "Lj
IT IS PERFECTLY UARMLL'
Its unprecedented saccw U d!lj
fact that it caret by abating ')-.
aesert hw sway in tli )itrrn.
Nearly evtry det!w in the Car
cells it at osb rouis pra ajmL
C. G. CLARK Jk CO.. ?r.y
iCarchT4.-cw ly. - 2ewlliTij
j Th
pnblii
&nd
;Uxk
) TV
2 ran.
fee,T
Candl
L NC
3tone
uiaort
Atts.
Land
3pice
20t
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ax
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rakes
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MISCELLANEOUS.
JJBENSBURG LITERARY' K
DEALER
BO0K9, STATIONERY, CIOAj
. BACCO. PERFCMIRT, Fi3-
; r soaps, Ac Ac
In the Room formerly ocenpiei bg r"
.'; as a Jtru Store,
LlAIIT STEEIT, E8IKSECB3,
Keeps Blank Book?, Envelopes,!
Ink. Pocket Books. PasaBook,.
Newspapers. Novels, Ilistoriei, i?:
Toy Book?. &c. C3- Statioperj
sold either wholesale or retail. 1.;
WORD from JOILNSTC
JOUK J. S1URPHT CJ ,
At their Stores in the Scott Housci
and on Clinton Street, Johns-l
Have constantly cm hand a large & 1
selected stock of seasonable j
Dry Goods," Boots, Shoes,
and a general variety of NOTIU-.
Their stock consists of almost erffw
usually kept in a retail store, ad ;
have been selerted with care sud5
at prices which cannot fail P-
torv. Call and examine fur your'
eutV
-Ttae'
orar
. rev,
a w
7D
red
.-eta,
na
idia
rkti
tOT
clo
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3 t!
Feb. 23,18G7.-tf.
WHOLESALE
.A;
-s,r
. 5
R, J. LLOYD,
DKUGS. MEDICINES AD
&tora on Main prrctrt. ODrotta
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