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LOCAL AND PERSONAL. -:
"Ebexsburq and Cresson Railroad.
0n r.ud after Monday, December 22,- 1862,
trala3 Jn tltia road will run as follows ;
iI.COA. M., counecting with Mail East
and Phil, aud Bait. Express West.
7.30 P. 21., connecting with Express
East and Fast Line West.
At Iu.Sj A.M., or on- departure of Mail
- Train East. .
At 9-3" P- "d- or on departure of Fast Line
ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Supt.
from Our Volunteers.
istTsa rcoM co. f, 183d pessa. vols. kkgi-
tfKSTAI. WAR MKETISO DBATH REIXSTATK-
KBST ASO PBOMOTIOJt Or L1BCT. 1LASAUAX,
C'AMr near Falmouth, Va.
. April 2, 1663. ,
Correspondence or The Allcghanian.
There U little of Special importance to
cowmubieate'at this writing. , The spring
aeasoa is rapilly advancing upon us, and
uatil lately the Wads hail dried up tosuch
aa extcut, under tbe influence of the
blistering March wibdSj that we began to
confidently anticipate active operations.
Rut "uian proposes and Cod di.-poses,"
nd for nearly a week we have had a !e
3i?itful succession of rainy and snowy
Veafhor, mostly at niyht, completely spoil
ing oUr'calculatiobs as to a forward move.
The climate here is so fickle that it can
not be ttojtcfoded upon for twenty-four
-hour at a time. Last year tbe most severe
r now-storni :of the winter occurred in
March, after tne advance had been made
pti Manassas. To day may be clear and
pleasant J at night storm may gather
and burst urKm ois, aird to-morrow we are
tuvtlopfd iu mud. Such is life on the
acred toil I" Under the circumstances,
ltillitary movements "arc -in a beautiful
"eute of uncertainty just now. From cer
tain indications which are being developed
around us, however, you need not be. sur
prised to hear of stirring eveuta -an
la pursuance of a call made by several
privates of this regiment, a large and e'n
ihusiastic meeting was held on Wedrtes
lay evening, 25th ult., to give expression
to the soldiers unqualified disapprobation-1
of the course of those at home who arc
vlthholding their support from or are
oppofcing the Administration; as also to
pais resolutions approving the formation
of Uiiiou. Leagues. The meeting was
tailed exclusively for the privates and
non-commissioned officers, in order to give
refutation to the oft-repcated assertion
litut the sentiment ef rerimental war
Luc-ting 13 ulways moulded to suit the
peculiar views of the staff and lice officers.
Ir the private soldiers was it called, and
?j then and them alone engineered to a
successful termination. Several eloquent
rpecches were delivered by gentlemen of
toufiicting political opinion, among whom
1 uiny mciitiuu Scrgt. If oyer, Joseph M.
llorton and Win. U. Jones, all of your
cuaty. That these favored the stern and
vigorous prosecution of the war until
Traitors unconditionally tjjrow down their
firms and submit, and were unalterably
vj posed to all dishonorable and unmaulv
compromises, it. were almost unnecessary
for me to stte. Resolutions expressive
f the sense of the assemblage were ador-
ted, amidVt the wildest enthusiasm. The
is for war to the knife against Ileb
in nrins, end toward, tho.-c unhcJy
fcwrcauts iu the North who are endeav
oring ty every means in their power to
Rftrrasa the Administration and retard 1
the progress of our armies to victory, they
Wish a deep seated and almost incon
roUable fccli-j.g of animosity. Sec fu-Il
I-rocrodrags oT this inectiag on first page
todsy'a paper. Ed. Allj.'
learn with sincere regret of the
.!catli of another of our number- Peter
Keith, a fiiiM'ul soldier, who a couple of
iuCc died in hospital at Frederick,
3Ih It was not his fate to meet death,
nr wound which cause death, on the
el'l of content, yet his blood is none the
tea upon tho skirts of those who arc
Peking Use country's overthrow. Thus,
0 land of men who, a few month?
'nc, left their mountain homes to act
'heir part in preserving the integrity or
government which had fostered and
lotted them, one after another has
Kscd away until now the names ot fifacn
i,?roes can be traced on the list of
j"arvrs ;u a just causc Qur rPVcrcj
Wain Jones ; the lamented Lieut. Scott:
l?lt Myh-toned Richard M. Jones
"Lut why LarraEs the spirit by dwelling
Xlr- n-aaies : They liave fallcu nob
c'-t victims ttt mherable treason. Aud,
' . re ' to tc fund, our.erv
fc( ..t . J j
p.c-tp, yfiy CXj out lrtC0 CvujrL-
mise! let the precious blood of the fallen
brave go for nought 1 Oh 1 hardest of all
to bear I - 4
You have probably heard ere this of
the reinstatement of Lieut. F. M. Flana
gan, and his promotion to the Captaincy
of our company. We were in great want
of commissioned officers, and his appear
ance amongst us was hailed -with delight.
The Captain is a unvorsal favorite with
his command, and his promotion is con
sidered a eimplo act of justice to a deser
C. T. Roberts, R. Litzinger and R. II.
Thompson, of your town; paid us a brief
visit withiu the past few days. We were
glad to see them. E. it. W.
A Card To the School Director, o
Johnstown Borough Gentleiiicn : Pardon
us for directing your attention to the
following facts. - On the 14th February,
last, the Executive Committee of the
"Cambria County Teachers Institute"
convened at Eberisburg, and, after due
deliberation, decided that the next session
of that body should be held at Fbensburg,
on the 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th days of
May, proximo. . Due notice of the arrange
ment was given'thro all the papers in the
county. Subsequently at least 'a month
thereafter the decision of your Roard
that the summer session of your schools
should 'commence on Monday, 4th May,
proximo, was published, which decision,
we believo, as yet remains unchanged.
X'jW) inasmuch as this clashing of dates
will matcriully conflrcl with the eucces3 of
the Institute, both the schools and the
Institatc commencing on one "and the
same day, would it be asking too much
to request your honorable body to defer
your commencment day for a bvrcf scftSOn ?
The Teachers you may employ would natu
rally desire to attend the session ttf the Insti
tute, and this they may not be able to do
under existing circumstances. The In
stitute, we may add, U not. a local affair,
but one looking to the advancement of
the educational interests of the whole
Very Respectfully, kc,
Executive Com. Cambria Co. 1'tachera' Jut.
Cait. F. 11. Flanagan. Wo have
heretofore neglected- noticing the promo
tion of this gentleman, formerly Second
Letrtenant of CoF, 133d Fcnna. Vols.,
to tire Captaincy jof same company. He
has, we believe, been duly commissioned,
and is now in th field in performance of
the duties of his office. Capt F. is ex
ceedingly populnr with his command, and
was their unanimous choice for the posi
tion he now fills." That he is worthy ' of
the cnufideuce rejoscd in him, and that,
under his care and 'direction, Co. F will
lose none of the laurels it has so nobly
won, .we are morally certain. Success !
Unfortunate Accident. Wc are
sorry to Icsru . that -Lieut.. R. M.Jones,
of Co. A, llih 1'a. , Reserves, who was
severely wouuded at the second battle of
Rull Run, and had just become able to
walk without crutches, was considerably
injured one day last week by being thrown
from a horse. lie had intended returning
to his company on Monday, but the mis
hap wi'.l probably prevent his so doing for
some time. We wish him a speedy con
valescence. Sudden Peatii. A man named Nich
olas Cast ii cr, aged about 04 yea, who
was engaged in wheeling lime at Funk's
kilns, uear Piincansville, Blair county,
was found lying dead on his wheelbarrow,
on the 21t ult. An inquest was held
upon the body by Coroner Freeman, and
U.t . 1- I
it ttriuivt iwmucu iuai nc vamo 10 "is
dcath by a visitation of Providence. o
says tlie Ilollidaysburg Standard.
WiXTF.u still lingers in the lap cf
spring hereabout. On Sunday, Monday
ami Tuedayi wo had several sow-show-ers,
and during each of these days the
merry jingle of the sleigh-bells was heard.
Midwinter and sleighing in the middle of
April ! think of that, ye denizens of the
valleys, and sliivet. . Icut!c spiing, ethe
rial mildness I well may we exclaim,
"there's no such scastm '"
Married: On Thursday evening, 2d
inst., by lev. John D. Knox, at the house
of II. W. Richard, Ninth ward, Fittsbur-;,
Mr. Israel Ru.mbauuii, of Pittsburg, to
Mibs Kate M. Hoover, of Ebensburg,
Save the PjecesI--D. Thompson
pays cash for old blank books, old books,
pamphlets, newspapers, &c, at the Foat
Office. Fetch along!
Do not fail to attend the Union
mass meeting, at the Court House, this
(Thursday) evening. Emiiicut speakers
i'1' addrt&s you
AUDITOR'S NOTICE. .
The undersigned, appointed Auditor by
the Orphans' Court of Cambria county to;
distribute the -money in the hands of Joseph;
W. Tringle, executor of Lewis Paul, decM,,
hereby gives notice that he will attend to tLe
duties of said appointment at hi3 office in
Ebensburg', on Tuesday, the 28th day of 'April
next, at one o'clock, P. M.,.when and where
all persons interested may attend.
J. E. SCANLAN, Auditor.
Ebensburg, April 2d, 1863-3t.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE .
The undersigned, appointed Auditor by
the Court of Common Pleas of Cambria coun
ty, to report distribntion-of the proceeds of
the real estate of Barney Ward, sold at Sher
iff's sale, on PJur. Vend. Expon. No. 67,
December Term, 1862, at the suit of the Com
inonwanlth of Penna., hereby gives notice
that he Will attend to the duties of said
appointment, at his office in Ebensburg, on
Thesday, the 21st day of April, at one o'clock,
P. M., when and where all persons interested
may attend. - , ,
J. E. SCAXL AX, Auditor.
Ebensburg, April 2d, 18C3-3t. .
The under3igned,CYointed Auditor by
the Court of Coramon-PIelis of Cambria coun
tyj to report distribution of tbe proceeds, of
the real estate of William O'Keeire, sold at
Sheriff's sale; on Vend. Expon., No. 52, March
Term, 1SG3, at the suit of the Commonwealth
of Penna., for use of James O'KeefFe, hereby
gives notice that he will attend to the duties
of said appointment, at his office, in. Ebens
burg, on Saturday, the 18th day bf April
next, at on o'clock, P. M., when and where
all persons interested mar attend. .
. , J. E. SCANLAN, Auditor.
Ebensburg, March 19, 1863-3t.
' The undersigned, appointed Atidftpr
by the Court -of Common Pleas of Canibria.
county, to report distribution of the proceeds
of the real estate of George flock, sold at
Sheriff's salo. on Plur. Vend. Expon.. No. 10G,
September Term, .1802, athe suit bf Daniel
Kedman, hereby gives notice ftiat he will at
tend to the duties of said appointment at his
office, in Ebensburg, on Tuesday, the 14th
day.of April next, at one o'clock, P. M.r when
and where all persons interested may attend.
J. E. SCANLAN, Auditor.,
Ebensburg, March 19, 18G3-3t.
f The audersi45ned, appointed Auditor
by tbe Orphan's CoVut of Cambria county, to
hear and decide upon the exceptions filed to
the account of II. Kinkead aud Elizabeth
Stahl, adra'rs. of Jacob fitabl, xiffctiased, and
to report distribution of the fund in thehands
of the" administrators, hereby gives notice
that he will attend to the duties of said ap
pointment, at his office, iu' Ebensbnrg, on
Sntfttday, the 11th day of April next, nt one
o'clock, P. M., when u1 where all persons
fnterested rft-aH-Xteud. . -.
Cj. E. SCANLAN, Auditor.
Ebensburg, M-.irch lO, 18G3-3t.
TVTOTICE. - "
The public is hereby notified, that the
following property beynrinif to me is lp ft in
the care of Jacob Dcllinger. Summ'eVhiu tp.,
Cambria county, Pa.-until I call for it. -To
wit: one bay marc, 13 years .old, one yearling
sorrel horse colt, one two-year old sorrel mare
coltfour milch cows", one two-year old hcif
'fer, and twenty-five head f sheep.
Summerhill tp., Feb. 21, I8G3.
XECUTOR'S NOTICE. .
Letters testamentary on the e.slate of
Hugh Tudor, dee'd.. late of Cambria township,
Cambria county, having been granted ty the
subsc riber by the Re-gig ter of said county ,"all
persons indebted' to said estate arc hereby
notified to nake immediate payment, and those
having claiui3 against the same, are requested
to ont them properly authenticated for
ISAAC EVANS, Executor.
E.bensbarg, Match 2G, 1SG3.
ICKNSE NOTICE. - '
The following named persons have filed
Petitions in the office of the Clerk of Quarter
Sessions of Cambria county, for Quart and
Tavern License. , To wit :
TAVERX LKKr2. " '
Michael Kearns, Croyle township ; Clirislian
Krieger, 3d ward, Johnstown ; David Griffith,
Johnstown ; C. A J. Zimmerman, Johnstown;
Adam Schrack, Johnstown : Trederickliller,
(Jallifziu ; Adam Kettering, Voder township j
Andrew P. Baker, Carrollfowu Borough ; An
na Maria Kurt., l&t Ward, Conem.iiijrh Bor
ough : John Smith, Allegheny, township;
Patrick- M'ilugh, Minister township; Wm.
Bott, Sd ward, Johnstown, Patrick Smith.
f Allegheny; Richard Jelly, Johnstown.
J. M DON ALD, Clerk.
Offic of Clerk Quarter Sessions, )
F.bcnsburg, February 19, 1g3. f .
00 D, MORRILL & CO:,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
IS ALL KtXD F M K H C!IA X l)IS K,
Keep constantly ou hand the following arti-
dry ROODS. HATS AND CATS,
QUEENS WAR C , .PROVISIONS,
"BOOTS SHOES, FISH, SALT. -GROCERIES,
TKV.lt OF ALL Kl.n?, VKKKTABLEH, AC. j
JtSf Clothing and Roots and Shoes made 'o
order on rensonableterms.
, Johnstown Marcl: ! 1860-tf. .
' 1 1
FOR MALES AND FEMALES.
The annual contest iu this Institution will
take place Thursday March 2Glh at G o'clock
The thirty-third session will open Tuesday
5th of May. ' For particulars address
Rev. A. DONALDSON, Prin.
J. II. DONALDSON, or
IIATTIE N. BRACKEN, Assts.
Kldcrsridge. March 19, 18G8. ,
James Purse, agent for the Blair county
and Lycoming Mutual Fire Insurance Com
panies, Johnstown, Pa.
Will attend promptly to making insu
rance in any part of Cambria county upon
application by letter or in person.
Ebensburg, March 12th, 18G3-tf.
Letters of administration on the estate
of Mary Ragcr, late of Jackson tp., Cambria
county, having been granted to the undersign
ed, by the Register of said cotinty, all persons
indebted to said estate are relocated to make
payment, and those having clmms or demands
jf-ainst tb saTit present them to
CEURCiS HAFFER, Adm'fV .
PITiSBURGn, PAr, corner Pcna and St.
Clair Sts. : - ;
. Tf;o largest. .Commercial School of the IT1
ted Stales, witlcfv patronage of nearly 3,0o0
S(UdeniSia five years, from 31 Statbs,
and the only ?ne which affords complete and
reliable instruct : & . a11 I"6 lowing
branches, viz r . - n . r
XtTcardile, Manufaclur; Sltzm Jioal, Sail
. Road is Bank 2fc;-ACP-V
FIRST PREMIL"I- t . ,
Plain and Ornamental innmuP .alt0
Surveying,- Engineering, and Ma'Mma(c
Pays'fora Commercial Coursej Students en
ter and review at any time.
MINISTERS' SONS' tution at h&lf-
For Catalogue of 8G page?, Specimens of
tlubiness Rnd Ornamental Pcnnmanship, an
a be-autiful College view of 8 square feet, con.
taining a great variety of Writing, Lettering
and Flourishing, inclose 21 cent3 in ttampsto
the Piincipals, '
JENKINS & SMITH,
Aju-il 24, 1862, ly-.' ' Pittsburg", Pa-
THE NEW-YORK TRI13UNE.
The New York Tribune first issued in 1841,
now in its twenty-second year, has obtained
both a larger and a more widely diffused cir
culation than any other newspaper ever pub
lished in America Though it has saffered,
ih commou with other journals, from the
volunteering and departure of tens of thous
ands Of its patrons to serve in the War for
tbe Union, its circulation on this 6th day of
Deceuiber, 18G2, is as follows :
- Daily, . 50,125
Semi-Weekly, 17,250 :
Weekly, - 148,000
Pre-emirehlly a journal of News and of Lit
erature, The Tribhhe has political convictions
which are well characterized by the single
wprd ILcr L'BLiCASi. Jt is Repdblican in its
hearty adhesion to the-great truth that "God
has niadc of one blood all nation of men"
Republican in' it3 assertion of .the equal and
inalienable rights of all men to 'life, liberty,
and the pursuit of happiness" Republican iu
its steadfast, earnest, defiant hostility -to ev
ery scheme and effort of the Slave Power,
from the Annexation of Texas to the' great
Rebellion,, to grasp th empire of the New
World and wield the resources of our country
for its own aggrandizement Republican in
its antagonism to the aristocrats and despot3
of the Qi World, who fondly hail in the per
ils and c.h tnhics suddenly thrust upon us by
their American counterpart the overthrow
and ruin of the Model Republic Republican
in its hope and trust, its taith and effort, that
this atrocious Rebellion must result in the
signal overthrow of plotters, and the linn
establishment of emal rights and eoual laws
throughout the whole extent of our country,
w.herjcin Liberty and Union shall Indeed be
f'dh'c and inseparable" henceforth and forever.
Tke Triune ievotes attention in calmer
times, and to S"CRC extent in these, to Educa-
Hon, Temperance, Agrieulture,"Tn vention, and
whatever else may minister to the spiritual
ana material progress aud well-being of man
kind ; but for the present its energies and its
columns are maiuly devoted to the invigora
tiori and success rf the War for the Union.
Its special correspondents accompany every
considerable army and report every important
incident of that great struggle which we trust
ii soou to result in the signal and conclusive
triumph of the National arms aud in tuc res
toration of Peace and Thrift to our distracted,
-bleeding eouiftry. Wc believe that no other
wise can a fuller cr more accurate 'icw of
flie progress "id caaracter of this inomcutou3
conflict be o...-.:ned than through the regular
perusal of our columns, And wc earnestly
solicit, the co-operation of all friends of the
National cause, which we regard and uphold
as that of Universal Humanity, to aid us in
extending it circulation.
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teims arc :
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J&5. When drafts can' be procured, it Is
much safer than to remit. Bank Bills. The
name of the Post Office and State should in
all-ases be plaiuly written. , " "
Subscribers who send money by Express
must prepay the Express charges, else it will
be deducted from the remittance.
RIGHT OR WRONG!"
CXIOX rL AXING JTLL,
The subscriber begs leave to Inform the
Public that, he is prepared te furnish, on
short notice and on reasonable terms, - all
manner of WORKED LUMBER, ta'ASil AND
DOORS, and MOULDINGS-
AH work warranted to give entire satisfac
tion, otherwise no charges will be made.
Orders from & distance solicited, and filled
Witl pomptness and dispatch.
Ss. Rough Lumber taken in exchange for
Worked Lumber. B. F. WILLIAMS
; Ebensburg, Jan; 30, 1802-tf.
- - v -
INSTATE OF JAMES TREXLER,
2l' Dkc'd. Notice is hereby given to all
persons interested that the Appraisement of
certain property of James Trexler, dTc'd. set
apart for his Widow, has bfcen filed iu the
Register's Office, at Ebensburg, and will be
presented to the Orphans' Court fur approval
tbe 2oth day of March, ir.t. ,
; B. F. LYTLri, Rrgistrr
. KcgistcrB Oilier, Mafoh, &th, lfet3-3U
the very latest Arrival
A. A. BARKER, V
EasxsBra o, 1."
rilllE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully an
J nounce to the citizens of Ebensburg-aud
vicinity that he has just received, ta bis
store, on High street, the largest and most
Complete assortment of
ever before brought to this county, all ot
which he is determined to svUcAtfoper than
the cheapest. .
.. DRY GOODS.
In endless variety..
Of every description
.A full ait'ompiete assortment.
Embracing all the latest style?.
Ilandeoaife and ofthe best qualily.
; HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
Of all sorts, sizes, widths and pricca.
HOOP SKIRTS AND BALMORALS,
The latest And best stvles.
A better oud cheaper article than ever before
offered to this communitr.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ofthe very b?st workuiau&hip
HATS AND CAPS,
Fnehionable and of durable material.
. MILLINERY GOODS AND NOTIONS
, HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
Hardware, Queenstcare, Grveerin, Fluur, Bizcn
Chefse, Syrttpt) Xplcwt, Mackerel, Her
ring and Cod FUh, Iron and Xails,
Cedar and Willow Ware, fyrugt
and Medicine, Carbon and
iltH Oil, etc., etc., tie,
These, and many other descriptions of
Goods,, too numerous to here mention, con
stantly ou huad.
Not to mince matters, he keeps a
tFIRST CLA SS CO UXTR Y STORE,'
where anything Of everything a person may
need or desire can be obtained.
By buying a large slock at a time, a.nd pay
ing for the same almost entirely in Cash, the
subscriber is enabled to sell vontiderally
cheaper than other dealers in tui6 community.
To be convinced of the truth of this assertion
you need only call aud examine his Schedule
of Prices. . .
NO CHARGE FOR SHOWING GOODS,"
Customers will be Waited upon by accom
tiaf The Public ig. teinested to roll in,
th mbrc the merrier aud secure Bargains.
A. A. BARKER.
ROKB OUT IN A JIUV PLACE H
BARGAINS I BARGAINS If oa EYERYBOMf
The subscriber takes pleasure fa faRine
the attention of the citizens of CARROLL
TOWN and vicjoity to (ho fact that be bu
just received, and is now opening, at the old
stand of Moore & Son, a large end varied
stock of - . " ,
consisting in part of
Satins, Velvets, Cloths, CAsslmc re
Doeskins, Snttraetts; Twecij '
Jeans, Tickings, Flaantli, . .'
Brown A Bleached r . -
. . Muslins." Ac - .
DRESS G O OQS of every
Tojether with aa excellent ctccx ct . 4 ..,
ROOTS, SHOES, - . :
" U ATS, CAPS, ; i
. HARDWARE, -..
FISH, SALT, -
TRUNKS, : " ;;,
. ... CARPET-SACl
QUE ENS WARE, -
NOTIONS, ' " ' ;
And, in iSct, anything- arid Anything iisunllf
kept in a No. 1 Country Store all of whiclt
will be disposed" Of 441 prices to t nit. the, times:
CALL AND Eil-VE G0CDS t s
Customers waited on by attentive fiatet i
men, and no charge for showing UtiCiCa.
Cherry,' Poplar, Spruce, PinC, ana
other Lumber, Butter, Eirgs.' and Country
Produce generally, taken in exchange, f 6 r
Goods. A. A. BARKER:
May 20, 18G2-tf -
EW CHEAP CASH STORE t ! T-
"TIIAT'S WHAT'S THE MATTER 1M
. E. J. MILLS & CO. beg leave to announo
to the citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity that
they have just received, at their new store
room, on High street, a most complete assort
ment of . ....... -
Spring and Summer Goods,
consisting in port of the following article i
Dress Goods, Millinery. Goods, Plain" ud
Fancy Silks, Embroideries,. Housekeeping
Goods, Gloves, Hosiery Shawls, Laces, and".
So on, ad infinitum.
Also ,, . , ,
Boots and Shoes, DTats. Caps, Booaew,'; V
(groceries, Hardwire Queensware,'
: Notions, Perfumery, Stationery," '
Flour, Bacon, Cheese, "Mackerel, Herring- .
and Cod Fish, Syrups and Molaeses, -. , i
Iron iul Nails, Glass, Salt, Oils, . v
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, Ac, &c.;4;.
In short not to . dip further into tedioua
details-7-they intend keeping
" A NUMBER ONE STORE,
Where the. comfort and convenience of i
country community can 'be successful ca- 1
; By buying a large tock at a time, they ii
enabled to sl their goods at a ,..';'.. , .
TRIFLING ADVANCE ON CITY PRtCES. .
Roll iu'and see for yourselves. No charge ,
for shovng articles. "
Ei- Country Produce taken in exchang
for goods. .; . .
Lbeusburg, April 24, 18G2.-
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EBENSBURG HARDWARE AND
RARGAIXS TO BE HAD!
: Tho undersigned has just received a largo
and splendid assortment of Hardware aud'
Cutlery, Cooking, Parlor and Heating StoVe
Nails, Window Glass, Hoop Iron, Carbon Oil
Lamps and pure Carbon Oil, Japanned and
BritUnnia Ware, Glass Ware, Ac, 4c, all b
which he will sell very low for CASH or exi
change Tor Country Produce!
lie till continues to manufacture Tin and
Sheet Iron Ware of all description, for salo
cither by the Wholerate or Retail. Repairing;
done-6n short notice,.. . . ,
. He returns b's. eicer laanks to ' his "ol4
friends and cu?toiner for the patronage ex
tended him, and begs leave to hope that they'
will come.forwa.l-d and settle rp their Account
of long standing, and commence the' aewyear
"on, the square." "He must have msey f
enable him to keep up his stocks .
-Prices low, to suit the ffhe .
Ebensburg, Jany. 9, I832tf ' .
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