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THE TT.4HRAKTEB DEED.
A lawyer thero was, whom I'll call Mr,
lie hadbutfow clients, and those didn't
At longtlfof starvation bo grew bo afraid,
That be courted and married a wealthy old
At the wedding thla lawyer'rnado one great
Twas not in oU "tUng the card or the cake ;
The ring waa V"iioscn, tho parson well
But the groom did not ask for a warrantee
At night, In thdr chamber, tho lady aroso,
And began to prepare to retire to reposo ;
.While her husband eat near hor, admixing
Yv7hich it gave hitn auch pleaEtirc to clasp in
Ehe went to tho wash stand to bathe hor fair
But the process dcelroycd all Its beauty and
Tho rose on her check, whether ruddy or
When displayed on tho towel waa iiothlDg
Bha wont to the mirror to tako down hor
But when bho had dono eo, bar cranium waa
Bald ehe, "don't bo frightened toece my poor
I ehall put on my cap when I get Into bed."
Iler husband next eaw, with amazement and
A curious performaECO of hers with hor teth;
Eho took them all out with her fingers and
Bald ehe, 7 I'm Accustomed to sleep In ray
Then she loosened tho robea which enveloped
And took Bome'.hlngTout which within them
wa3 placed ;
Bald she, "When I'm dead, lot It not be for
gotten, You can m&ko a small fortune, my love, on
The groom had beu titt'ng Jla etupid cur
To ece such strange dulngs beforo hla own
Dut now he leaped up, and ruuhed out at the
And poor Mrs. Clay never 8aw him no more !
Young man, when you go to agree for a
'TU the gravest agreement you'll mako In
Don't trust to good Iooka of my counsel
tako heed ;
But be sure and insist c;i a varranke deed!
LATE HEWS ITEKS.
-A negro villain committed rapo upon
two girls r.gcd eight and ten yenra, near
Nundn, N. Y., a few days ngo. Cniifie :
Plnck Republican preaching.
Two married ladies nt Indopcndancc,
Mo., serenaded their husbands ono moon
light night -last week. The instruments
were a brace of twins for each of tho liogc
Three singular beings covered with
Imir, but having human voices, have been
found roving wildly in Missouri, nnd a St.
Y '-i"PnPcr suggests that they belong to
i pv race.
. ' A boy in Fall River tho other dav
, ,3 arm through thc shaft hole in an
"lUstcno. and had to wear that mm-
- I bracelet until it was chislcd off
. f the also chislcd homo, a wiser boy.
y .-ts-cf very Bafe rule to wet your
3 before drinking cold water, if you
tfUt all Jicatcd. The etloct ia immodi
M and grateful, and tho danger of fatal
nits may bo warded off by this simple
Put!cr Evans, the leading Shaker nt
ixbanon, N. Y., pays that he foresaw
trouble a few weeks before Mr. Lincoln's
death, and wrote to him to come and stay
among the Shakers a few weeks. The
letter i3 now on file in tho State Depart
ment. There 13 a French machine- ij tho
Exposition that takes in chopped tobacco
nnd tarns out cigarettes at the rate of sixty
ft minute the year round, ringing a signal
bell as often as there is not enough to put
in a package. These machines, about
half a yard square, mako a caving of 70,
000,000 francs a year.
-The Now York Herald enys a con
viction is now working the minds of the
people that tho immonnc war debt wnB in
curred, not to save tho Union, but to save
the Radical party and get the negro's vote
v that party. There arc now six hundred
thousand men slaughtered, and three bil
lions of debt created, simply to build up a
fanatical party, to mako bad laws, and
etcal tho public money.
Mr. L. D. Sheldon, of Vernon, has
n cow, eight years old, which gave twelve
hundred and ?even pounds and twelve
.ounces of milk in thirty days, during last
month. And this without a single feed
of grain for two years last past, nor was
she stabled last winter. Had been pas
tured this spring and summer with his
other stock oa the river bottom. The milk
waa weighed every three days.
Robt. Ottcrson died in Springfield,
la., recently. Ho had been insane for
thirty years, but recovered his senses on
his death bed, and conversed intelligently
of occurrences that transpired the day and
week previous to his insanity, making in
quiries about a yoke of oxen which he had
valued, of tho work on the farm, and of
old neighbors who had been dead for years.
The intervening epaco was a perfect blank
to his memory. During all these long
years of mental darknes3 the divine spark
bad survived to be awakened on tho very
threshold of another world.
Tho Springfield, Mass., Republican
eurpects if the truth were known it would
appear that our naval authorities on the
Pacific Ocean have been for some months
under secret instruction, in case of tho
death of the present king, he having no
legitimate euccasor or heir, to seize the
Sandwich islands in the name of and for
the Umied States. The native race is
rapidly dying out; civilization is fatal to
them, and by tho year 1000, at tho prcs
'rl ra.ftocrca. they will all be gone.
I to white popuh-.tlon u Eovcral thousand,
hichy Atuorlcau, who uro the priucip.il
Lumz me, ph-tcr? and go veronica
TINWARE, HARDWARE, &c.
1867. SPRIxa TRADE: 1867.
I ara. now prepared to offer , ;
TO CASH rUBCIIASERS OF
Wni Xr WWVW-W(1 W 11)17 T
mi a uuuui -liiuii iifiiuu;
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
My stock consists in part of every variety cf
COPPER AND BRASS WARES,
BSAMEU.ED AND IT.AIM
SAUCE-PANS, B0ILEE3. &C-,
COAL SHOVELS. 1IINE LAMrs, OIL
CANS, IIOUSEFURN1SUING IIARD-
WARI- OF EVERY KIND.
HEATING and COOKING STOVES,
EXCELSIOR COOKING STOVES,
NOBLE, TRI UMP1 I ani PARLOR COOK
And any Cocking Stove desired I will get
when ordered at manufacturer'.-! prices.
Odd Stove Plates and Grates, &c., fur re
pairs, on hand for the Stoves I poll ; others
will bo ordered when wanted. Particular
attention given to
Spouting, Valleys and Conductors,
all of which will be made out of best mate
rials anil put up by competent workmen.
Lamp Surncrs, Wick and Chinmeys
VHOI.K3.I.i: OR RKTAIL.
I would call particular attention to the Light
House Burner, with Glass Gne, for giving
moie liht than any other in tise. Also, the
Paragon Burner, for Crude Oil.
8PKICER'S SIFTEK !
It recommends itself.
SUGAR KETTLES AND CAULDRONS
of all sizes constantly on hand.
Special attention given to
Jobbing in Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron.
at lowtot possible rates.
Wiiot.ksale Merchants Lists
now ready, and will be scut on application
by mail or in person.
Hoping to rco all my old customers and
many new ones this Spring, I return my
most sincere thanks for the very liberal pa
troiiagc I have already received, and will
endeavor to please all who may call, wheth
er they buy or not.
FRANCIS W. II AY.
Johnr-town, Slarch 7, 18G7.-C:n.
ItEAT Reduction in Prices I
TV CASH DLYEBS!
AT TfZK EOEXSmJRG
The undersigned respectfully informs the
citizens of Ebensburg and the public gener
ally that ho has made a great reduction in
prices to CASH BUYERS. - My Ftock will
consist, in part, of Cooling, Parlor and UcaU
irg Stoccs, of the most popular kinds ; Tin
ware of every description, of my own man
ufacture ; Hardware of all kind, such as
Locks, Screws, Butt Ilingci, Table Hinges,
Shutter Hinges, Bolts, Iron and Nails, Win
dow Glass, Tutty, Table Knives and Forks,
Carving Knives and Forks, Meat Cutters,
Apple Prtrers, Pen and Pocket Knivos in
great variety, Scissors, Shears, Razors and
Straps. Ases, Hatchets, Hammers, Boring
Maehinc. Angers, Chissclo, Tlanes, Com
passes, Squares, Files, Rasps. Anvils, Vises,
Wrenches, Rip, Panel and Cross-Cut Saws,
Chains of Ml kinds. Shovels, Spades, Scythes
and Snaths, Rakes, Forks, Sleigh Bells,
Shoo Lasts, Pegs. Wax Britles, Clothes
Wringers. Grind Stones, Patent Molasses
Gates and Measures, Lumber Sticks, Home
Nails, IIor.o Shoes. Cast Steel. Rifles. Shot
Guns, Revolvers, Pistols, Cartridges, Pow
dcr, Caps, Lead, &c.. Odd Stove Plates,
Grates and Fire Bricks, Well and Cistern
Pumps and Tubiffg ; Harness and Saddlery
Ware of all kind ; Wnolcn and Willoio Ware
in great variety ; Carbon Oil and Oil Lamps,
Fish Oil, Lard Oil, Linseed Oil, Lubricating
Oil, RoKin, Tar, Glassware, Faints, Varnish
es, Turpentine, Alcohol, eve.
such as Te3, CofleO. Sugar?, Molasses, Syr
tips, Spices, Dried Peaches, Dried Apples,
Fish, Hominy, Crackcrri, R;c(? and Pearl
Barley; Soaps, Candles; TOiiACCO f-nd
CIGARS; Paint, Whitewash, Scrub, Horse.
Shoe, Dusting, Varnish, Store, Clothes and
Tooth Brushes, all kinds and mzcs ; Bed
Cords and Manilla Ropes, and many other
articles at the lowest rates for CASn.
3-House Spouting made, painted and put
up at low rates for cash. A liberal discount
made to country dealers buying Tinware
wholesale. GEO. IIUNTLE
Ebensburg, Feb, 23, 18G7.-tf.
Has no svjierior gi in the World ! !
It Is pronounced 1 faultless by all who
have used it. and it is predicted that it will
supersede all other Curtain Fixtures now in
use. For sale by GEO. HUNTLEY.
"ftTOTICE. All persona knowing
-- ' themselves indebted to mo by note or
book account of over six months standing,
are requested to pay up within thirty days
of this date, or they will find their accounts
in tho hands of an officer for immediate col
lection. A rtrict compliance with this notice
will save costs. GEO. HUNTLEY.
Etxrusburg, June 20, 1867.
FItAKK W. HAY,
TjJIIOLESALE and RETAIL Manufacturer,
It of TIN. COPPER and SHEET-IRON
WARE, Canal street, below Clinton, Johns
town. Pa. A large stock constantly
HE RISING SUN STOVE POL-
ISII. For beauty of polish, saving of
labor and cheapness, thla preparation Is tru
ly unrivalled. Buy no otter. For sale by
Juro 18, 1&Q7. GEO. HUNTLKY.
A NY PE1LSON intending to build a
JiA- Houso or Barn, can buy Nails and
Hardwaro cheap by paying cash at
l;b. 23. GEO. HUNTLEY'S.
IJOCKET KNIVES, Tabus Knives
Jl and Forks, Spoons, &c.,can bo bought
cheap for cash at GEO. HUNTLEY'S.
O A1IGAINS can be had by buyinjj
fi- vour ffoodd for cah at
J - -
GOOD TRUNKS AND VALISES,
fc aile low at G. HUNTLEY'S.
.- QUICK. SALES, :
AND SMALL PROFITS,
AND SMALL PROFITS,
AND SMALL PROFITS,
GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE,
GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE,
GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE,
Tho Largest Stock of Goods. The Best
Selected and the Greatest Variety ever
brought to Town.
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST,
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST,
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST,
GO AND SEE.
GO AND SEE.
GO AND SEE.
The subscriber calls the attention of the
public to the fact, that he has just received
and opened out iu his New Storo, a large
stock of goods, consisting of
FLOUR, CORN MEAL, CHOP FEED.
Bran. Fish. Bacon and Cheese; Sugar, Cof
fee, Tea, Molasfes, Spices, Tobacco, Cigars,
Candles, Soap, Vinegar, &c., Sec.
NOTIONS, DRUGS, PERFUMERY,
Stoneware and Earthenware. ALSO, a fine
assortment of the best and latest stylo of
tiats. IIo always keeps constantly on
hand Bologna Sausages, Sardines, Fresh and
Spiced Oysters in can, or half cans, nnd al
most everything in the eating i:r drinking
lino. All. of which will be sold at mail
Maik Strret, Ebenseuiig, Pa.
January 31, 18C7.
jM PORT ANT to EVERYBODY.
JOHN . TSSOXAS
Takes pleasure in announcing to the citizens
of Ebensburg and the north of the county
goncrally. that he has recently added to his
!tock a large and complete assortment of
SHOES, BUSKINS, GAITERS, &c.,
For Lalies' and Children's Wear,
from the celebrated wholesale manufacturing
etabliahmcnt of Ziegler & Sutton, Philadel
phia. This ttock comprises everything that
is desirable and serviceable in the way of
custom-made saved work, and every article is
warranted cf the best material and most per
fect manufacture. In tho sale of these goods
the subscriber pledges himself to repair freo
of charge any article that may give way af
ter a reasonable time and reasonable usage.
The ladies arc rpecially invited to call and
osaniino the stx-k.
The subscriber .also keeps on hand and is
prepared to manufacture to order BOOTS
and SHOES for Gent's and Youth's wear, of
the very be, t material and workmanship,
and at prices as reasonable ns like work can
be obtained anywhere. Ficnch Calf, Com
mon Calf, Morocco and all ether kinds of
Leather constantly on hand.
(C7 Storo on Main street, next door to
Crawford's Hotel. ffcb21-tf.
It. J. LLOYD,
SUCCESSOR to R. S. Bukit, Dealer In
0 DRUGS. MEDICINES AND PAINTS.
Store oa Main street, opposite tho "Mansion
House," Eber.tiburg, Pa. Jan. 31, 'S7.tf
"J J DOZ. Wooden Bcttfji Howls
just received and for sale low for eash
at fcb.23. GEO. HUNTLEY'S.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
"IPARM FOR SALE. The oub-
- scriber offers at private sale hi3 FARM,
situated in Cambria township, two miles
east of Ebensburg, on the road leading to
Lorctto. The Farm consists of 80 Acres,
more or lees, about 64 Acres of which are
cleared, under good fence, and in a good
state of cultivation. The balance of the
land ia well sut with sugar, chestnut, locust
and other marketable timber. There is a
comfortable FRAME HOUSE and a Fkame
Babn 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 pure 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 be given. What
is known as Bradley's Station, on the E. &
C. Rail Road', u located on this land.
Further information ran be obtained by
applying to CHARLES BRADLEY.
Cambria Tp., May 23, l8G7.-tf.
t4 CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN.
-l- FARM FOR SALE. Tho Farm
owned ;ind occupied by the subscriber, situ
ated in llurjetcr township. Cambria county,
four miles south-past of Ebensburg and ccc
fourth mile from Sattiupl O'Hara's Mill, con
taining 121 ACRES and allowance, is offered
fur cale on reasonable terms ana Psy pay
ments. Eighty acres of the above Ianu are
cleared, under good fence, and ia excellent
farming condition. The improvements con
sist of a two-btory TLANK HOUSE and a
largo FRAME BARN, both in good picsers
vation, a3 well as all other necessary out
buildings. An extensive orchard of choice
fruit tfecs and never-failing springs of excel
lent water are on the premises. Further in
formation can be obtained by making appli
cation to DANIEL O'nARA.
Munstcr Tp., May 30. 18C7.-tf2
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE,
Tho subscriber offers for ealc his Farm
situated in Carroll township, Cambria coun
ty, about 2 miles from Carrolltown borough,
on the road leading to Ilincbaugh's Mill.
Said Farm contains over 82 acres, most of
it cleared and under sood fence, with a com
fortablo twosstory Plank House and Log
Barn thereon erected. Thero is a largo o
chard of excellent fruit and several springs
of pure water on the premises one of tho
latter close to the house as well as a stream
of water running through the middle of the
land. This property will bo sold on fair
and easy terms. For further information
apply to the undersigned at Lilly's Station,
or to Archibald Smith, on the farm.
my30.-3mq DAVI D SMITH.
PRIVATE SALE. The subscri-
ber offers at Private Sale two valuable
tracts of TIMBER LAND, situato in Jack
son township, Cambria county, and known
as the "Lloyd Property." Also Four oth
er valuable tracts of LAND, situate in Cam
bria and Jackson townships, and known as
the "Pensacola Property." Also TWO
FARMS adjoining the borough of Ebensburg
cue containing about 100 acres; the other
about 150 acres. Tho buildings are all in
good repair, with never-failing springs of
water near the houses. - -
(7" Porsorrs wishing to purchase or fell
Farnis or Timber Lands, will do well by
calling on n.e beforo buying or offering them
for sale. F. A. SHOEMAKER,
ap.ll.tf. Atf'y at Law, Ebcnstarg.-
LIVESTOCK MP COMPANY.
CASH CAPITAL $500,000.
We are now prepared to insuro LIVE
STOCK against both Death and Theft, in
this live and reliable Company. Owners of
Btock have now the opportunity, by insur
ing with this Company, of obtaining securi
ty and remuneration for the loss of their an
imald in enso of death or theft.
OWNERS OF HORSES,
Manufacturers, Farmers, Teamsters. Ex
pressmen, Physicians, nnd in fact all who
aro to any extent dependant npon 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 arc in many cafes 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
iceir cattle, ny insuring in this, tho
PIONEER COMPANY OF AMERICA!
By insuring in this Company you ex
change a certainty for an uncertainty. No
man can tell whether hi3 animals may not
be stolen or die through some unfoncen
CO" Otmpetcnt Agents vanted, to tchem a
liberal compensation tcill be paid. Apply to
KERR & CO.. General Agents,
April 4. 1867.-Iy. Altoona. Pa.
CO- 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, Ucascn, Saxony,
Hanover, Belgium, Switzerland,
Holland. Norway nnd France. .
And Tickets to and from any Port in
England, Ireland, Scotland,
Germany, France, California,
New South Wales or Austridia.
KERR & CO.
JOHN ROCKETT, - - - - F. J. STORM.
JJQUSE and SIGN PAINTING.
JOIirV ROC'KUTT fi CO.
Desire to inform the public generally that
they aro now prepared to execute House,
Sign and Ornamental Painlina. Glazinn. Pa-
per Hanging, Graining and Calcemining, ci-
tner in umorw, Biair or Uunttngdon 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 Lowthcr's building,
under Roush's Drug Store, or address
Jons Rockett & Co., Altoona, Pa.
April 25, 18G7.-Gm.
JOHN IIICKEY, Altoona Pa.,
v Dealer tn all kinds
LOUNGES, I TABLES, I BEDSTEADS
SOFAS, J BUREAUS. WHAT-NOTS
CUSHIONED, CANE-BOTTOMED AND
COMMON CHAIRS, Sec.
NEW FURNITURE VVARER00M,
JULIA BTREST, HEAB HARRIET,
Opposite the Prbtceiant Efn'scopal Church,
March 7, 16G7.-ly. EAST ALTOONA
E. & EI. T. AOTIIOXY.
WIIOLESALR AND RKTAIf..
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
In addition to our main business of PHO
TOGRAPHIC MATERIALS we are Head
quarters for the following, viz :
Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views
of American and Foreign Cities and Lands
scapes, Groups, Statuary, &c.
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OF THE WAR,
From negatives made in the various cam
paigns, and forming a complete Photo
graphic history of the great contest.
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS ON GLASS,
Adapted for either the Magic Lantern or the
Stereoscope. Our Catalogue will be sent to
any address on receipt of Stamp.
We manufacture mors Inrfllv tVinn nnu
other house, about 200 varieties, from 50
cents to J50 each. Uur ALBUMS have tho
reputation of being suncrior in beauty and
1 t i. .1
urnvikiiy kj any omers.
Card Photograph ot Generals, States
men, Actors, &,c, Ac.
Our Catalogue embraces over five thous
and different subjects, including reproduc
tions of the most celebrated Engravings,
Taintings, Statncs, &c. Catalogues sent on
receipt of stamp.
Photographers and others ordering goods
C. O. D., will please remit 25 per cent, of
the amount with their crdcr.
03- Tho prices and quality of our goods
cannot fail to fatisfy. apr25-ly.J
O THE LADIES OF EBENS
BURG AND VICINITY. Having re
cently arrived from tho 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' Silk and Embroid
ered Caps, together with Hoop Skirts, Cor
set, Hosiery, Gloves, Ladies' and Gent's
fine Linen Handkerchiefs, &c , we Invito tho
ladias of Ebensburg and surrounding dis
tricts to call and examine our stock, in the
store room formerly occupied by E. Hughes,
below the Mountain IIouso.
We have a fashionablo milincr of excel
lent taste, who will pay particular attention
to bleaching, pressing and altering Ilats and
Bonnets to the latest styles.
Mrs. J. DOYLE,
April 25-3m. . Miss M. RUSH.
V. CRISBWELTj, JOHN A. BTDBR,
B. T. BLACK, WM. D. GEHHILL.
M. CRES3VELL EL' CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of
FANCY A! STAPLE S1Y MS,
No. ni Market Street,
June 20, 1867.-ly. PHILADELPHIA,
For a medidm (hat M cure
TICKLING IN THROAT,
or relict CONSUMPTIVE COUGHS,
AS iUICK AS -
COE'S COUCH BALSAM
OYER ONE MILLION BOTTLES
have been sold, and not a eingle instance of
its failure is known. Wo have in our pos
session any quantity of Certificates, some of
them from EMINENT PHYSICIANS who
have used it in their practice, and given it
tho pre-eminence over all other compounds.
IT DOES NOT DRY UP A COUGH,
ELT IjOOSENS IT,
so as to enable the patientj to expectorate
freely. Two or three doses will invabiablt
ctrb tickling in me throat. A half bot
tle has often completely cured the moat
Stubborn Cough, and yet, though it ia so
sure and speedy in its operation, it is per
fectly harmless, being purely vegetable. It
is 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.
No Family should be without It.
It U within the reach of all, it being the
heapcost and beat medicine extant.
C. G. CLARK & CO., Prop'ra,
mar.28.eowly. New Haven, Conn.
OE S DYSPEPSIA CURE 1 1
This great remedy fur all DISEASES OP
THE STOMACH is tho discovery of the in
ventor of Coe'a valuable Cough Balsam,
while experimenting for his own health,
cured Cramp in the Stomach for him which
had before yielded to nothing but cholofurm.
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 speedily cure. Physi
cians endorse and use it. Ministers gire tes
timony of its efficacy ; and from all directions
we receive tidings of cures performed.
Dyspepsia it is sure to cure. Heartburn
one dose will cure. Sick Headache it haa
cured in hundreds of cases. Headache and
Dizziness it stops in thirty minutes. Acid
ity of the Stomach It corrects at once. Rising
of the Food it stops'immediately. Distress
after 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 is owing to the
fact that it cares by assisting Nature to re
assert her sway in the system.
Nearly every dealer in the United State
sella it at one dollar per bottt.s.
C. G. CLARK & CO., Proprietor.
March 14.-eowly. New Haven, Conn.
JiJBENSBURG LITERARY DEPOT!
BOOKS, STATIONERY. CIGARS. TO
BACCO, PERFUMERY. FANCY
SOAPS, &c., &c.,
In the Room formerly occupied by Dr. Lemon
as a Drug Store,
Main Street, Ebensburg,
Keeps Blank Books, Envelopes, Taper, Tens,
Ink. Pocket Books, Pass Books, Magazines,
Newspapers. Novels, Histories, Prayer and
Toy Books, fcc. O- Stationery and Cigars
sold cither wholesale or retail. I fub21tf.
WORD fkom JOHNSTOWN!
JOIJX J. MURPHY & CO.,
At their Stores in the Scott House, Main St.,
a?vl on Clinton Street, Johnstown,
Have constantly on hand a largo and woll
selected stock of seasonable
Dry Goods, Boots. Shoes, Groceries,
and a general variety of NOTIONS. &c.
Their stock' consists of almost every article
usually kept in a retail store, all of which
have been selected with care ana are ollercd
at prices which cannot fail to prove satisfac
tory. Call and cxamino for yourselves.
Feb. 28, 18G7.-tf. $5
IIABVEY CniLDB. . . . LOWBIE CIIILDS
W. 0. MURPIIET.
HC II I L D S & CO
Wholesale Dealers In
133 WOOD STREET,
Agents for the sale of "nope Mill" Cotton
Yarn, Bags, Batting and Carpet Chain.
Feb. 23, 18G7.-tf.
JjJNCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY 1
F. S II A R R 12TTS DYSERT,
House, Sign and Ornamental Painter.
Graining, Glazing, Paper Hanging, and all
other work in his line, promptly executed,
and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop in the
basement of the Town Hall.
Ebensburg. May 9, 18G7.-6M.
JOSEPH ZOLNER, Jr..,
"Watchmaker and Jeweler
Has taken the room on High Etrcct, opposite
thJ Mountain House, recently occupied by
R. J. Lloyd as a Drug Store. Watches and
Jewelry repaired on short notice and at' tho
lowest rates, and all work Warranted.
Ebensburg, May 2-?. 18G7.
IF you want to buy goods on long credit
and pny big prices, don't po to
Feb. 23. GEO. HUNTLEY'S.
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WM. M. IXOYD. JOHN LLOYD,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
' t - AND
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE
Corner Virginia and Annie Street, North
Ward, Altoona, Pa.
Authorized Capital, $300,000
Cash Capital paid In, - - - - 160,000
All business pertaining to Banking done
on favorable terms
Internal 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,
3 per cent ; $200 and upwards, 4 per cent.
Jan. 81, 18G7-tf.
IRST NATIONAL BANK
OF JOHNSTOWN, CAMBRIA CO.. rA.
Capital. $GO,000. Privilege to Increase
Inland and Foreign Drafts furnished.
Gold and Silver bought and sold.
Collections made, at homo and abroad.
U. S. Bonds and Securities of all kind ob
tained. DepoBits received and money loaned.
A general Banking business transacted.
D. J. Morrcll,
E. Y. Townsend,
Jacob M. Campbell,
D. J. MORRELL, Pres'L
II. J. Roberts, Cashier. jan3167.
LLOYD & CO., Rankers,
Gold, Silver, Government Loan?, and
other Securities, bought and sold. Interest
allowed on Time Leposits. Collections made
on all accessible points.in the United States,
and a general Banking business transacted.
January 31. 18G7.
WM. LLOYD &. CO.,
Bankers, Altooxa. Pa.
Drafts on the principal cities and Silver
and Gold fur sale. Collections made.
Moneys received on deposit, payable on de
mand, without interest, or pon time, with
interest at fair rates. an31.
ALL KINDS OF CHAIRS,
mch as common "W insor Chairs, Fret Back
Chairs, Vienna Chairs, Bustle Chairs. Rim
Backed Chairs, Sociable Chairs,
Caiu Stat (Stairs,
ROCKING CHAIRS, OF EVERY SIZE
SPRING SEAT CHAIRS
Settees, Lounges, &c, &c.
of every description and of latest
STYLES, WITH PRICES TO SUIT THL
Tastes of all.
Thankful for past favor, he resiecl-
fully solicits a liberal share of public patron.
age. Clinton btreet, Johnstown Cambria
Co. Pa. Jan. 31. 18G7.
JOHN GAY WM. WBLSIt.
GA Y & W E Li S II ,
Successors to Gav A. Paluitr.
Grocers and Commission Llerohaats
AND DEALERS IN
FLOUR, PRODUCE. FISH, SALT, CAR-
BUJ4 OILS, &c., &c.
Corner Pcnn and Canal Sts.. opposite Grain
Elevator. teb28 Pittsburgh. Pa.
JAMES II. DAVIS,
Dealer In all kind of
POPLAR, CHERRY & ASH LUMBER,
lard1 Nos. 311 and 31G AT. Broad St.,
GO-Buniness attended to in Ebensburg by
Wm. J. Williamn. fmyl& lyj
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED!
JOHNSTOWN MARBLE WORKS !
1 he subscriber has just received a
largo and handsome Invoice of
Italian and American
comprising the largest and finest
stock of tho kind ever broucht toh '1
Johnstown, at bis establishment L
on Franklin Street, where he is prepared,
with an adequate force of experienced and
ekilful workmen, to cxecnto all kinds ol
MONUMENTS, Mantels, Tombstones. Ta
ble and Bureau Tops, &c, as cheap as they
can be purchased in any of the cities.
A large stock of Gkixdstones on hand
aud for sale low. .
A room has been opened in Ebensburg, a
few doors wosc of Dr. S. S. Christy's Drug
Store, where articles of my mannfacture.are
kept constantly on hand, to which tho at
tention of purchasers is invited.
7" Prompt attention paid to orders from
a distance and work delivered whero do
sired. JOHN PARKE.
Loretto Harble Works.
THE UNDERSIGNED begs leave to inform
the citizens of Cambria And adjoining
counties, that ho has just received a stock
of tho finest Italian and other Marbles at his
Establishment in Lorctto Cambria eo., Pa.,
Monuments, Tombs, Grave-Stones, Table
and Bureau tops, manufactured of the most
beautiful and finest quality of Foreign and
Domestic marble, always on hand and made
to order as cheap as they can bo purchased
in tho city, in a neat and workmanlike
manner, and on tho shortest notice.
Tho public aro respectfully invited to give
me a call before purchasing elsewhere, as I
am confident that my work and prices will
satisfy any person desiring any thing in my
lino of business.
Note is the time to gel a cheap ;o6."
JAMES J. OATMAnr
tenders his rn-nSVro;, i '. u-
tewn and vicinity. Office in
tng occupied by J. BueJt & 0 V
?s ight calls can be made nt tho iX tf
rence Schroth. luv n Y.i'ks.
During hi absence Uwij K t
studied with the Doctor, v.in'u.r
office and attend t nil !. ;... u,Un''t. v
office and attend to all busing r!'Ma
- having opened an , f:Cc r':
over R. R. Thomas' Stoic, o.Tm v?.,,J?
sional services to the citizens cf 'r, v
and vicinity. " " 'j,;'.
SICfAK AND SL'Bf.EOS, Sttmr.if o
OOiee east end of Man.iou'lW 'hf
Road street. Night calls tn&y Ka
the office. r- -".of ;e.r
It. L JOHNSTON, j g
JOIINSTON FCAXLAv UU:
Attorneys at Law.
BIbcnsburg, Cambria co.,
Office opposite the C-.urt Urr-'
Ebensburg, Jan. 31, lSC7.-tf.
D. M'LAL'G IIL!N -1TTORNEY
AT LAW, J:,sL-n
H Office in the Exchange bulMir.'
Oomerof Clinton and Loci'.-t ftiZS-.
stairs. ill attend to a" b
ed with his profession.
Jan. 31, ISCT.-tf.
JOHN V. LINTON,
ITTORNEY AT LAW,
ft Office in building on comer ..f M';:.i V
Pranklin street, opj)o.sifc Mm u .
second floor. Entrance on Fr..r;ki::."
Johnstown, Jr.n. 31, 1S-U7. tf.
F. A. SIIOKMAKEI?,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ebein'oJj, h
Ofilce -n High street. one oxr E'l
Banking House of I,!od Co.
January Si, 1SG7. tf.
W. II. SECIHfiTl "
ITTORNEY AT LAW. EUv.lu.-;. I.
II Office la the G.ir.n:.sMouers' K ,:i (.
Hon.e. Jan. 'gt.-j
F. l TIERNEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ehc,t,l.nj,u.
Office in O!onadc Rw.
Jan. 5. 18G7f.
josi-:pii m donali),
ATTORNEY' AT LAW, RUrj. h
Office on CViitrf street, pp.--ii;''.,.I...-Hotel.
ITTORNEY AT r.AW r
enr vrj 1 1-
il Oftice Oil High tre-t, adjiii::-, w.r r
j: ... , u Ln: : i,
J.t:i 31, I id A.
GEORGE 31. REED,
ITTORNEY 'AT LAW. EU,:J:-r.;, P.
II Office on Main street, th.-i.-e ..i.r.r.' t..
oi Julian. J-.-. g, l-.T.
GEORGE NY. O ATM AN,
ITTORNEY AT LAW, EUnsLur-j, i'j
11 Office in Cl.-n.i.: Row, Ce;jfru str:.
Jiinnary 31, 16C7.-U".
TTORNEY AT RAW, Ebenslur.i. It-
Oi.jcc m ( .'on.i,le lijw. Centre '.rl.
Jan. 31. lyo.-t.r.
(5 L. PERSUING, AiTcicNvv,
Law. Juhnsiuicn, Pa. OtVice an "iV
I'm stret, up-stairs, over Jul:!. IV rr
Hardware Store. Jp.u. 21. f'.7.
THAMES C. EASLY, Atti.w;
at-Law. Carroilioicn, Ccmlrl i Co.. I
Coilectiotia and nil legal bimiu-.- !'
attended to. J.-in. ."1. I?1
"OT KINKEAD, Justice f tie P
and Claim Agent. Of:;ce r-.r.K-r-
the office formeilr occur ied bv M. H; -;
E.-q.. dee'd. on High St., Ebensburg. j-
Hemlock, Cambila Co., T1
JOHN WILKIN, Proprit'cr.
This House -has been r:.f.t:c:. r.:;! '
accmmolr.tions superior tor.ny i iK-o
in tlie vicinity. The Pro-priet r, :'.;t
experience in the business, fee's o r.':' :-:
nndervtand the wants of t!ic pal -TABLE
will be supplr-d wit's theJf!:-;
of the season and bis BAR with tl.' - .
wines and liquors. By cr-n.-tant ':tl"-,
and due care f.r tho comfort t f L-
the Proprietor hopes to merit a iiba' N,
of patronage. ("ir..'. 1 - 1;.v i
Main Street. Johvsfoi?n, Ccilnz Co.,-'
A. ROW & CO., Propik-tors.
THIS HOUSE having bceu rc-:::tc-:
elegantly furnished, is now op-"'- l"rJt.
reception nnd entertainment of ci":--proprifcrs
by lung experience in hold
ing feel confident they can ta'isO' 1 '
criminating public. , .
Their Bar is supplied with the c:v
brands of liquors aud wines. , ,
Jan. 31. 1?C7.
rBENSBURG. Pa., JOHN A.
1j Propictor, spares no pffino to TC.rii';:Vt
hotel worthy of a continuation eftne -(-.
patronage it has heretofore rcce;
table will always be furnVie.l --
best the market affords; his bar
best ct liquors His stable is'arpe, -,...
be attended by an attentive
hostler. Jan 31, 1
MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Es-.s
n. I. UKTOS Jt CO., rrp ;l
The Table is always supilicd
choicest dolicacicn : the Bar 's ?'-;rr x7 ;
choice liquor?, and tho Status 3ttl':;:.'
careful hollers. Transient vit-;v
mcxlatal and boarders taken by t-e ,
month or year, on reasonable ternJ
LORETTO, CAMBRIA C0l'TT "
THOMAS CALLEN. ?r'lC
THIS house is now open for th a
dation of the public. Acron-- .r
as good an the country wm
charges mrKicrato. J-'-1
J. & VV. C. M'K!0B!N, Prcv
Fourth Sf.,lr, ..ii
. S. BELFORD, DEXTk
PONTINUES to visit Ebo
!i on the 4th Mond.iv ,.r ' "P '.'.l