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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
ffEi.vxcnoT.Y Death. One of those
Ion and distressing deaths which
Ltimcs startle a community, occurred
Vir village on last Saturday evening-
particulars as well as wc have Dcen
to clean them, arc as follows : Wni.
iains, a fanner residing about a mile
a half north of E'oensburg, came to
h, and procuring a bottle of whiskey,
Vine intoxicated. "Whilst in this con
In, he repaired to the hotel of Mr.
bi A. Blair, when an altercation cn-
between him and one of Mr. Blair's
.lers, in which "Williams used some
insulting language, and among other
l;s called his adversary a cripple.
iaius had scarcely uttered the word
he was struck at and his hat knocked
lie then sat down for a few minutes,
presently arising to get ins n:u,
11 1 1 Ti - 1 i" tl
ereu uactwaras some instance anu ieii
violently on the back of his head
some stones that were lying loose in
he by-standers discovering that he
injured, carried him into a stable
I by, and immediately sent for Dr.
fion. The Dr. did what he could
e poor man, but all to no purpose.
Tnirpil 5n n vitv short t!m(. Vn
r i j --A-
fcad summoned a jury and held an
1st over the body, and a verdict was
lied that deceased "came to his death
injuries received from a fall, whilst
! may add here, that "Williams, when
was a hard-working, industrious
I and was generally reputed to have
. v rood qualities. When under the
in' ice of liquor, he was full of insults,
:and.Jery quarrelsome. lie was better
knoini about here as "the wild wclchman"
4hvx Jby his real name. Where he got
h 'k filled on this sad occasion wc do
be- fnow. We are informed that all our
it ifkeepcrs hail long ceased to give him
V. B. L. Ag.new. On Sabbath last
Rev. D. Harbison, Pastor of the Pres-
ian Church in this place, adminis-
thc lord's Supper to his eongrega
In conducting the solemn services
e occasion, he was assisted by the
15. L. Agnew, of .Johnstown,
ring the day, Mr. Agnew preached
sermons, and we eiijoj-cd the rare
tre of listening to both. Although
a young man, Mr. Arncw lias al-
r earned lor himself tlie reputation of
fc one of the ablest and most eloquent
es in Western Pennsylvania. Wc
Vati.sficd that his sermons here have
1 to that reputation. lie is emphtiti
an orator of Nature. Perfectly free
asy, and graceful in his manner
neither pedantry nor affectation about
there is a burning eloquence in his
look or gesture. His voice is like
his language chaste and beautiful,
lis words flow as a mighty river. When
'oaks, he looks his audience full in
face, and everything he utters goes
stibly to their minds and to their
s. lie has a message to deliver, and
Aclivers it ; and when he docs so, he
cs himself both felt and understood.
believes what he says, and says what
J.elicvcs and he says it well.
lold what fire is in his eye, what fervor
on hi check !
t glorious burst of winged words ! how
hound they from his tonprne !
full expression of the mighty thought, the
Mronjr triumphant argument,
rush of Dative eloquence, resistless as
keen demand, the clear reply, the fine
nit e analogy, the clenching f;ict, the met-
nphor hold and free,
grasp of concentrated intellect wielding
the omnipotence of Truth."
'RUT and Tomatof.s.-As fruit of all
Is is scarce in our neighborhood, and
atocs as a general thing. arc not likely
pen, many of our citizens may desire
f'lt.iin supplies from the eastern mar-
All such should leave their orders
i Maj. Hamilton, at Wilniore, as thro'
every thing in this line may be had
tlie shortest notice, and at more reason-
- rates than can be obtained directly by
Tunics themselves.' The fruit and
'ttable business is one of the Major's
riy laudable enterprises, and he should
encouraged in it. '
'Ocal Affairs. As we desire to make
Lx-al Department of our paper as in
sting as possible, we will be obliged to
fnends in all parts of the county for
."nation f any transaction occurring
cu Iml-'bt be worthy of note We care
W roughly the sketches sentu3 may
drawn up if they only embody matter'
ur I'ttWication. Come, good friends,
c a little aid in this particular.
Ebexsburcj Brass Band. Sometime
during the past winter, a party of worthy
fellows, consisting of Robert Litzinger,
1. Alberts, John Rodgers, Jr., J. N.
Kinkcad, David Evans, Felix Hcnlc, John
Evans, Jeremiah Fnganand G. Alexander
Kinkead, all good and lawful citizens of
our town, conceived the idea of supplying
a want which had long been felt, by the
formation of a Brass Band. Accordingly,
they procured the necessary instruments,
and engaged the services of Professor
Smith, of Indiana, for the purpose of in
struction. Under the tuition of the Pro
fessor, and by reason of the fine musical
tastes of each of its members, this Band
has already attained a degree of perfection
which is truly astonishing. Devoting
themselves to practice at regular intervals,
they now execute a variety of quadrilles,
polkas, waltzes, marches, quicksteps, Arc,
with the greatest precision and nicety; and
"oft in the stilly night," salute our citi
zens with "concords of sweet sounds,"
really and truly refreshing.
We are assured that, if this Band con
tinues to act as a band of brothers, it will
ere long be one of the best bands of mu
sic in the State. Reader ! if you don't
believe this, come to our Agricultural
Fair and hear them.
Professor, IIuky. As announced in
our first number, this gentleman, assisted
by his class, gave a farewell concert at the
Independeut Church, on Monday night
last. We were present, and were delight
ed with the manner in which both tutor
and pupils acquitted themselves. The
latter, (numbering, we believe, about CO,)
individually and collectively evinced great
knowledge of the musical art, and did
some singing that would have done credit
to Father Kemp's Old Folks. The suc
cess which has followed, the Professor's
efforts in our midst shows conclusively
that lie is an adept in the business of
teaching vocal music. We trust that next
summer he will be with us again. He
leaves here, we understand, with the view
of teaching a class in Huntingdon, and he
carries with him the respect and esteem of
all our citizens.
Maj. J. D. Hamilton. On Monday
last, this prince of good fellows, and high
ly popular landlord, happening to be in
our town, took occasion to illuminate our
sanctum a short time by bobbing round to
see us. The interest of the visit was
somewhat increased by the fact tht he
brought with him a monster after the
manner of a watcr-melou, which, upon
motion of the 3!ajor, duly seconded by
ourselves, was "laid upon the table"
"without money and without price." We
return the Major our warmest thanks, and
earnestly liojie that ho may live long
enough to bring us many more water-mel
A. J. Riiet, Esq.
who has for some months been in Wash
ington City, discharging the duties of a
responsible office under the general gov
ernment, arrived here on Saturday even
ing bust, and has since been spending the
time among his relatives and friends, and
the scenes of his earlier days. Jack is
one of nature's noblemen, and we are sure
that he walks worthily in the vocation
whereunto he has been called. He looks
well, and has our best wishes for his future
prosperity and happiness.
Exhibitions. Yankee Loom is and
troupe gave two exhibitions at Myers'
Hall, on Monday and Tuesday evenings.
We attended each for a short time, but
could not remain long enough to judge of
the whole performance. With what we
saw and heard, howercr, we were about as
well pleased as wc usually are upon such
occasions. Wc understand another exhi
bition comes off on next Monday evening
at the same place.
To CoRRT.sroNDK.NTs. Wc would re
spectfully inform all who desire to com
municate with the pvblic, through the
columns of The Allxjlmnnn, that we can
not publish communications of an anony
mous character. 31aicr intended for
insertion must be accompanied by the
name and address of the, writer not ne
cessarily for publication, but to be held
by us as a pledge of good faith. '
Oysters! Oysters! We take great
pleasure in informing tnc citizens of
Ebcnsburg, that Blain, tie barber, Blain,
the accommodating, lP.aiu, the caterer
to the wants of the Lnnerman, will serve
up to his numerous custfjuers fresh oys
ters on Monday next. Give him a call,
yc lovers of the delicious bivalves.
' ' ' -w
Aurora Borealis. On Sabbath night
la t, we had a most magnificent display of
this singular and inexplicable phenomenon.
It began in the evening, and lusted during
the entire nighfc.
BOOTS AXD SHOES.
he undersijmed eontiiues the manu
facture of BOOTS ard SHOES of
every description'1 at hia esiiihlishiuent, jrif f
in Ebenfburg, immeuiatelyopposite the "
Post Office. Employing noue hut the best
workmen, he trusts that 1 has been and still
is at nil times able t give entire satisfaction
to his customers. Be Aopcs that the same
liberal patronage hetetiforc given him may be
continued, and that iwre may be added.
He has also ou hanil a large assortment of
French Calf-skins, aui Morocco of all kinds,
suitable for fine Bootaand Shoes.
Ready-made BOOTij and SHOES always on
hand, and prices modirate.
MESH AC THOMAS.
Ebcnsburg, August 55, 185f:tf.
The following petition for License has
been filed with thd Clerk of the Quarter
Sessions of Cambria county, and will be pre
sented to the September Term of Quarter Ses
Grosberger Franc is J., Tavern License, Car-
Ryan John, Tavern LLvnse, Johnstown,
iSlick Geo. 11., Tavern License. "
J(H. MDOXALD, Clerk.
Ebenslurg, Angus. 25, 183l.
I, 1ST NOTICE.
LA WBENCE .CASS IDY, of Wilmore,
hereby givesiotice to all indebted to him
to ca!i and settk immediately, otherwise he
will he compelled to collect with costs.
Wilniore, Auylst 23, lS5H:Ut.
OMETHIJG new in EBEXSBUKG.
The nndersfened having opened a Bowling
Saloon, connected with his Restaurant, in the
basement of , livers' new Hall, respectfully re
quests all who wish pood exercise to give him
a call. EQL, ALE and LAG Ell BEER, of the
most approved manufacture, constantly on
hand. ' THOMAS M'BUIEX.
Ebensbprg, August 25, 185!:tf
The subscribers are just now opening at
theold stand on High street, Ebcnsburg,
a nice assortment of FRESH GOODS, new
style Prints, Delaines, &c.
AI?o an abundant supplv of Rend v-madc
CLOTHING, together with ROOTS &
SHOES of every quality A price.
OiTc us a call if you would get the worth
of vour money. "'e sell cheap for CASH or
ready delivered PROHCCK.
SHOEMAKER k SOXS.
Ebcnsburg, August 25, I85t.4t
LOOK TO IOI R INTERESTS !
O O T S A X 1) S II O E S !
All persons who may desire anything in the
way of Boots or Shoes, can have them made
to order on the shortest notice, in the most
fashionable manner, and upon the most reas
onable terms, by calling upon tlie subscriber.
He employs none but the very best workmen,
has many years' experience himself in the
business, and at all times uses the best mate
rial upon his work. Assured that he can give
full satisfaction to customers, he respectfully
solicits a liheral patronage.
Shop on High street, at the west end of Eb
ensburg. THOMAS B. JAMES.
August 25, 1859:tf
JUST OPENED AND FOR SALE
BV R. S. BUXX, M. D., a gener
al assortment of
Sjticcjt, Oil, Paints. Dtc-JS'iiflis,
Rrandics, Wines, Ciisis, Fluid,
Pocket Cutlery, Razors, Brushes, Combs. Sta
tionery, Blank Books, Perfumery, Soaps,
Tobacco, Segars, Snuffs, and other articles
usually kept in Drug Stores.
R. S. BUXX, M. D.
Ebcnsburg, Aug. 25, 1850.-ly.
KICIIABD M. JONES,
CnAS? B. WltLIAMS. JAMES D. ARXEST.
lt'ILUiSIS & ARXEST.
Wholesale Dealers in
XO. 415 MARKET STREET,
PHI L A D EL P 11 1 A.
82?Great inducements olTered to CASH
and short time bii3-ers.t39
Aug. 25, 1850.-1 v.
B. P. TIIOMPSOX, with
IV I. PATTOX & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in and Manufactu
HATS, CAPS, FUJiS,
natters' Materials, Straw Goods, Artificial
Flowers, Buffalo Robes, &c, &c.
Xo. 328 Market street, PHILADELPHIA.
Cash paid or Wwl and &hqphij Purs.
PRICK I. PATTOJf. . A. OPPEXHEIMEn.
August 25, l859-1f
ERXEST D. RIIEY, with
V7holesalc Dealer in French and Amcr-
T T rican WILLOW WARE, OIL CLOTHS,
Matts, Ropes, Tie Yarn, Looking Glasses,
Brushes. Also, all kinds of YVooden
' and Ckdaii Ware. " -
Xo. 35 Xorth Third St., PHILADELPHIA.
August 25, 1850:tf
O. C. STEWART, with
IIASDY & BREXXEK,
Commission' Merchants aud Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
' HARDWARE AX1 CUTLERY.
Xos. 23, 25 and 27 Xorth Fifth street, east
side, above Commerce, PHILADELPHIA.
EDWARD 8. HA.NUY, . : JSO. O. BUEXXER,
C. F. BRENNER.
J. PATTOX TIIOMPSOX, with
i.iunx;i & co.,
Xmporters and Jobbers in Notions, no-
JL. siery, Gloves, Irimmixgs, biLK IIandker
CHiErs, Cravats and FAXCY GOODS, No
413 Market Street, (Truilt 4" liro'told ttand,)
aug.25,1850:tf - , PHILADELPHIA.
XV. S. HAVES,
TLAIN and FANCY JOB rHINTER,
JL . STATIOXER, ,
Elank Book Manufttrtvrtr, Book Binder,
and dealer in every description of
Amnfiton and Vorirn Vnliprs ki .
dorner of Marketand Second sts., and Wood
and Third streets, PITTSBURG, Pa.
-.C Agent for L. Johnson & Co., Type
rounders a. fciectrotypers, rniiaaeipnia.
August 25, 1850:tf.
JACOB BTAUU. . C. T. ROBERTS.
ST AH I, & ROREUTS,
CL O WA TCJIKS & JE WELI2 Y.
We would respectfully inform the citi
zens of Ebengburg, and everybody
else, that we have just received, at our new
store room, opposite E. Shoemaker & Sons'
store, at the sign of the Bow Window, the
largest stock of
&c, kc, &c,
ever offered for pflle In this town. We are
determined to, and will, sell as cheap as can
be bought elsewhere, -and hope by our etforts
to accommodate and please, not only to retain
all our former patrons, but to merit and se
cure a large accession to the same.
jv All kinds of Clocks, Watcftr $ Jete-
Ur? elry repaired on the shortest uotice,
in the best manner, and warranted.
August 25, 185l:tf
It AKCiAlXS ! ISAKCiAIXS !
T THE EBEXSBURG SHOE STORE 1
The subscriber being desirous of disposing
of his Summer lot of LADIES SHOES
before making his Full purchase, offers
them for cost. Now is tlie time the la
dies can have bargains. Call aud sec for
yoursclt it you clou t believe it. lie keeps
constantly on hand a large supply ot
. MEN'S' AND
MEN'S' FUR HATS, LADIES SHOES,
NOTION'S, CARPET SACKS,
& c ., k c k c.
All of which he offers for less money than
can be bought elsewhere. He can be found
one door below Thompson's Mountain House.
CLINTON R. JONES.
Ebensbnrg, August 25, 185J:tf.
ECOXOXY JLV EX ES,.
GAS BURNING COOKING STOVE.
GEORGE HUNTLEY", Dealer in all
kinds of COOKING, HEATING, and
PARLOR STOVES, would respectfully call
the attention of the public to one of the great
est improvements ever made in Cooking
stoves the burning of the (. and Smoke
arising from the coal by which means is sa
ved fifty per cent, of Fuel. The improve
ments claimed are
1st a great saving of Fuel.
2d a much quicker and hotter oven from
the same lire. '
2d The preservation of the top plates, as
they are all made double.
4th Cleanliness, as there is not one half
the soot and dirt found in other stoves.
T II E Y A RE THE S TO V ES.
He has also on hands a large assortment of
HARDWARE, TABLE and POCKET CUT
LERY, EDGE TOOLS. HARVESTING TOOLS,
Also he still manufactures and keeps on
hand a large assortment of Tin, Copper aud
Sheet Iron, all of which he will sell at ex
tremely low prices in exchange for Cash or
Country produce. GEO. HUNTLEY.
August 25, 1850:tf
1'ATKOXIZE YOliR OYVJV !
The l'rotrctlim JIutual Eire Insurance Co.,
OF CAMBRIA COUNTY'.
LOCATED AT EBEXSBURG, PA.
THE above named Company, organized
April fth, 1857, will effect insurances on
property at 6afe rates. Being particularly
careful in the risks taken, this Company pre
sents a reliable and cheap medium, through
which persons may secure themselves against
probable losses by fire.
OiKce on Centre Street, nearly opposite
Thompson's "Mountain House."
D. H. ROBERTS, Pres.
A. C. Mritix, Sec'v. & Treas.
JOSEPH II. CAMPBELL, Agent.
Aug. 25, 185f.-lv.
CAMBRIA HOUSE, Main Street,
vy Johnstown, Joseph Shoemaker,
Landlord. This establishment has reccntly
becn thoroughly renovated, and is now well
fitted up for tlie comfortable accommodation
of boarders or transient patrons. The Table
will be supplied with the best the market af
fords, while at the Bar will always be found
as good Liquors as can be obtained anywhere.
The new Landlord, in again opening the
'Cambria House" to the public, promises to
spare no pains to make it a first rate hotel.
fiayBoard, Th'rec Dollars per week, or One
Dollar per day. "33
A Hack will be in waiting at the railroad
station on the arrival of the trains to convey
passengers, free of charge, to the house.
HORSES AND BUGGIES AT LIVERY.
Johnstown, Aug. 25, 1859.-ly.
A RCADE HOTEL, Ebensbunr, Da.
A- . lue subscriber, having leased, re-fitted
and newly furnished the "Ebcnsburg House,"
is prepared to accommodate his friends and
the public generally. The House has always
been favorite for visitors during the Summer
season, and I will spare no pains in making it
an ngrecable home for all sojourners. Mv Ta-
rle will always be luxuriously supplied from
the markets of the country and the cities. My
Bar will be filled "with liquors of choice
brands. My Stable is attended by 'careful
hostlers, and tny charges will be such as to
suit all. Expecting to receive a share of pat
ronage, and fully intending to deserve it, I
hereby throw open my house to the public.
August 25, 1859:tf.
T AILROAD HOUSE, Wilmore, Cam-
JLv bria county, Pa. (Near Penna. Railroad
station.) Jas. 1). Hamilton-, l'roprtclor.
An extensive Bowlin-i saloon is connected
with the House. ' The Table will be fur
nished with the best the market affords, and
the Bar supplied with the best oi liquors, in
eluding Ales and Lager from approved brew
tries. Extensive nnd convenient Stabling is
attached to the premises.
Wilmore, August 25, 1859:tf.
TTTNION HOUSE, Ebcnsburg, Pa.
KJ John A. Blair, Eropnr.tor.
Also, in connection, BLAIR & Co's HACKS
will leave the "Union House" for Wilmore
station in time to take the Eastern and West
ern trains. Every accommodation will be af
forded to make passengers comfortable.
August 25, 1859:tf.
JOB WORK.! JOB WORK!
II avin, in connection with the AUe-
1J ahanian. a lartre.and superior lot of
Job-Type, we are prepared to execute with
neatness and dispatch, every variety of Job
Work, includintr Hand Bills, Cards Deeds,
and Blanks of every description, on short
notice and on the most reasonable terms.
Persons desiring anything in this line, w ill do
well to call.
THE SAME OM STAXD ST I I.I.
Irs. tlio Flold 2
DAVID J. EVANS respectfully an
nounces to his old customers and the
public in general that he is still doiusr busi
ness at the old stand of Evans & Hughes two
doors west of R. H. Tudor'g store "and two
doors east of E. JShoemaker & Sons tor
His stock consists of READY-MADE CLO
THING. Fine FROCK and DRE.S. CLOTH
CASSIMERES, TWEED, LINEN and MAR
Plush, Satin, Silk Velvet, Coth and CaU
mere VESTS, of every size and col
or; Cassimere, Cloth, Linen and
and O V E R A L L S.
Also a large assortment of
HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS.
of every description.
Also a fine assortment of CLOTHS and
CASSIMERES, which he will make to order
on the nhort6t notice and in the latest style.
Call and see, as I am determined to sell lower
than the lowest for Cash or Country Produce.
DAVID J. EVAN'S.
Ebenshurg, August 25, 1859:3t
JOHN !. HT'CIIHS,
THOMAS I. JAMES,
imOKE: O IT IX A XEW PLAC12.
OXE DOOR EAST OF TUDOR S STORE.
rjHE undersigned beg leave to inform their
1 friends and the community at large, that
they have entered into co-partnership, in the
TAILORING AND CLOTHING
bnsiness, and are receiving daife" from the
Eastern Cities, large and spleilw additions
to their already well selected flStd elegant
stock of .
READY MADE CLOTHING,
which consists in part of the following arp
cles, FINE FROCK AND DRESS CLOTn,
UAS.S1MEKE TWEED. L1NEX and
COTTON A DE COATS.
PANTS AND TESTS
of all sizes and colors, Hats, Caps. Shirts
Overalls, Handkerchiefs, &c, a large lot of
Children's Clothing, of e very description.
Also, a line assortment ot
which thev will make to order on shorH
notice, and in the most fashionable stvle.
Persons wishing to purchase at low rates, will
advance their interests by giving them a call,
as they are determined to be the cheapest
among tlie cheap. In the Tailoring depart
ment, clothes of all descriptions will be man
ufactured for those who wish to purchase the
HUGHES k JAMES.
Ebcnsburg, Aug. 25, l850.-tf.
he subscriber respectfully informs the
citizens ot Ebenshurg and sur
rounding country that he has opened
a Saddler's shop, in the basement of
his dwelling house, on Horner street, where
he is prepared to furnish to order, and on the
most reasonable terms, every description of
ITaving many years' experience in the busi
ness, employing none but the best workmen,
men, anl using the best material upon all his
work, he hopes to merit and receive a liberal
share of the public patronage.
Country produce at all times taken in ex
change for work, and the highest market pri
ces allowed. JAMES MAGUIRE.
Ebensbnrg, August 25, 1850:tf
T. BLAIR MOORK. J. ALEX. MOORE.
T espcctfully inform the citizens of Eb-
JLi ensburg, and Cambria county generally,
that they have now on hand, and are con
stantly, in receipt of
kc, kc, kc
All of which they are prepared to sell at
prices which defy competition. Purchasers
are earnestly requested to call and examine
our stock, as we are always prepared to give
satisfaction in goods and prices.
August 25, 1859:tf
It. II. TIBOR,
"O espcctfully informs his old friends and
JLV the public generally that he is still to be
found at his store room, on High street, ad
joining Crawford's Hotel, where he is prepa
red at all times to furnish consumers with
GROCERIES and CONFECTIONS,
OLD RYE WHISKEYS,
Feeling thankful to the citizens of Ebens
burg and vicinity for their former patronage,
he solicits a continuance of the same, togeth
er with as much more as may be bestowed
Ebcnsburg, August 25, lS50:tf.
AT REDCCED TRICES !
ROBERT FLIXX, Wilmore, Cnmhria county,
is losing out his entire stock of Goods at re
duced prices. All the Goods are new, and of
the latest and most fashionable styles the
greater part of which have been bought at the
late Spring sales, for cash, and will be closed
out cheap. Any person in want of an- article
in this' line will please call, as I am deterrain--ed
to sell the entire stock off to make room
for Fall Goods. aug.2f,1859:tf.
A X EW ECITK3I EXT !
S-M. KERN & BRO.,
Wilmore, Cambria co., Ta.
Respectfully calls the attention of the pub
lic to their large and varied assortmeut of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HATS, - CAPS,
BONNETS, I BOOTS,
MEDICINES, I &c, kc, kc
They are prepared to sell at lower rates than
any establishment in the county. Their goods
being selected with a view to the wants ot the
ennutrv. caunot fail to recommend them to
the public. aug.25,ltf:.?tt
BOBERT DAVIS, JCTJN r. JONES,
FOIlEtGX AAI WOJIESTIC
KEEP constantly on hand a large and su
perior stock of
JEANS, BROWX AND .
DRESS. GOODS of wry j,h.;
FANCY GOODS AND NOTION'S,
A large assortment of BOOTS and SHOES,
which have just been received from Boston.
STRAW, EUR and WOOL HATS,
blA1102sARi of every description,
W A L L P A P E R of every stylo,
O LEES WARE,
FA R Tn EX WARE,
A full supply of
SUCH AS SUGARS, MOLASSES, SYRUPS,'
COFFEE, TEAS AND RICE.
A FULL STfK-'K OF SPICES,
F I S n, TOBACCO,
CIGARS & SNUFF,
BAR IRON, NAILS,
Always ox itaxds.
Drugs, I'aints and Oils,
and a full assortment of other articles usually
kept in country stores.
All kinds of Country Produce, such as Butter,
Eggs, Bacon, Grain, Wool, Po
tatoes, Beans, Rags,
taken in exchange for Goods, and the Cash
fST CHERRY, TOPLAR and PIXE LUM
BER bought and sold.
DAVIS & JOXES.
Ebensbnrg, Aug. 25, 1859. tf.
T II 12 EXCITE 31 E X T
IncreasoB I !
e well known firm of ULLMAN.
LUX k Co., of Wilniore, Cambria count v.
would respectfully inform the citizens of Wil
more. and mankind generally, that they have
on hands and are daily receiving from the cit-"
ies of PHILADELPHIA aud NEW YORK, the
largest and best assortment of goods ever
brought to Cambria county.
Their stock consists of
RE A D Y-MADH CL O TIITXG,
of every description, and of the latest and
most fashionable style and finish, comprising
PANTS and TESTS.
Ther stock of Dry Goods embraces every
thing in that line that is to be found in the
calender of necessity. Among which they
SATINS, CLOTnS, CASSIMERES,
DOE SKINS, TWEEDS, JEAN'S,
TICKINGS, SHIRTINGS of every stvle,
BLEECHED A BROWXDRILLS,
BLEECIIED a BROWN SHEETINGS,
CHECKS. FLANNELS of every
Etc., .etc., etc., itc.
Indies' Dress Goods,
of every variety and style, Laces, Trimmings,
Gloves, Hoisery, Alpacas, Ginghams, kc kc.
A large stock of
BOOTS and SnOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
BONNETS, &c, &c.
rpi l 1 1 IT t
lar attention to their htrge stock"
Having recently established a Wholesale
Clothing House in Philadelphia, they " are
thereby enabled to sell Clothing at much low
er rates than heretofore ; whilst this fact also
gives them advantages in the other depart
ments of their trade not enjoyed by any other
store in the county.
They respectfully request purchasers to call
and examine their stock.
Wilmore, August 25, 1859:tf.
33 career- no"toorts.
TAKES this method of informing his old.
friends, that he is still engaged in the
Mercantile Business, at Ebcnsburg, and is at
all times prepared to sell to purchasers,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Every variety and discription of staphs
FANCY DRY GOODS,
And in fact every thing usually found in
general Store. An examination of his stock
and prices is all he desires at any time to ef
r a Approved Country produce in cx-L-t
change for GOODS at all times.
Ebcnsburg, Aug. 25, lS5.-tf.
WILMORE, Cambria covsty, Pa.
Dealer in sdl kinds of DRY GOODS,
ILATS, CAPS,' kc.
Country Produce taken in exchange for
WILMORE, Cambria covxty, Ta.
ealer in all kinds of PROVISIONS,
CIGARS, kc, kc
August 25, lS59:tf.
G. W. TODD, with
CORAU & IV A ETON,
C23 Market St., Pliila.
fni porters and Dealers in
L FOREIGN & DOMESTIC HARDWARE.
Avgust 25. lS.MUf : .