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Treasonable Plot In Ohio.
- A special dispatch from Cincinnati to
the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin contains
the following respecting a treasonable plot
discovered there : .
? :An extraordinary case of treason has
recently come to light, implicating several
persons in this city, Columbus, Covington
and Newport, in conspiring to release the
prisoners at Camp Chase, and overthrow
the State Government. The conspiracy
wM brought to light by U. S. detectives,
who'were supposed by the parties implica
ted to be spies from the rebel army, and
wero treated with full confidence. The
plot, as disclosed to the detectivep, was,
that an attack ?as to be made on Camp
Chase, release the prisoners confined,
3,500 in number, to seize the arsenal at
Columbus, take possession of the peniten
tiary, release John Morgan, and other
officers confined there, and then to com
mence the rebel campaign in Ohio.
- United States Marshal Sands and Pro
vost Marshal Major'. Reaney arrested the
following persons implicated in the plut:
Charles W. II. Cathcart, of Columbus,
formerly School Commissioner of Ohio;
,T. D.. Cressop, of Columbus, formerly
sutler in the 18th Regulars, who were to
lead in the attack on Camp Chase; James
D. Patton, of Covington, regular agent of
the rebel Government, who furnished the
detectives with wone under the impres
sion that they were spies, and, according
to agreement, were to meet Cathcart and
others at Camp Chase, and expected to
mature the rfP of attack on Camp Chase ;
ltuth M'DonaW, of Covington, who acted
as mail carrier through the rebel lines,
and whose home was the headquarters of
the rebels; Samuel 1. Thoma3, a merchant
tailor ot .Cincinnati, and his wile, and
Catharine Parmenter, of Cincinnati, and a
Dr. Lazelle, who stands high among the
Copperheads. Lazelle was put in the
penitentiary, and the others were brought
in irons to this city, aud translerrcd to the
Mrs. Parmenter, was a washerwoman at
the United States barracks in Newport,
and a go-between of the prisoners and
outside emmissaries. The detectives
gained her confidence and that of Mrs.
M Donald, and became parties to their
plans. They all met frequently at Thom
as's house.; Thomas furnished money to
buy axes and chloroform to release the
prisoners, and furnished a disguise to the
detective who traveled between the Colum
bus and Cincinnati confederates. He
visited Columbus frequently, and conferred
with Cathcart and others there, and was
in conference with him when arrested.
The plan of release at Camp Chase was
as follows : A hen the prisoners saw a
beacon light at a certain point, they should
be ready. The guard would be shot by
their outside friends, and axes would be
thrown over to them. Once out, with
- axes and arms provided, they were to stcrni
the penitentiary, release Morgan and the
other officers, and start for the Ohio river
and cross near Maysville. Cathcart was
to jro alonsr, receiving a commission in the
rebel army for his reward.
Cathcart wa3 arrested at Rev. Sabin
Hough's house. Hough is the secession
ist to whom Vallandigham wrote in 1801
that "the Union was hopelessly divided
Cathcart wa3 from Dayton, and is one of
"V allandishaua a particular mends and
"Wild as wai the scheme, there scem3 to
be abundant evidence that it was to have
been tried a week ago, but the plans mis
carried then. Other arrests are to be
made. It is not known how extensive the
organization for this infernal business was.
Information has been obtained that an
organization exists m Illinois, anaitir."
the outbreak in Ohio, to produce similar
results in that State. Other particulars
are known to the authorities but not yet
jBfcy "sir," asseu a geniietaan ot a.
crusty old sea, captain, "did you ever
know coffee' to hurt any one V
"les, was tne response: "i Knew a
bagful once to full on a fellow's head it
killed him I"
tajAu old toper was overheard the
other day advising a young man to get
married. . "Because then, my boy, you'll
have somebody to pull off your boots when
you go homo drunk."
JEST" Charles Lamb's opinion of water
cure "It is neither new nor wonderful,
lor it is as old a3 the deluge, when, in my
opinion, it killed more than it cured!"
Kgi,The Alabama Legislature passed a
law recently that any man who sells salt
higher than 15 per bushel, shall beat
once put in the active State militia.
JK2fIt may sound paradoxical, but
loose habit geuerally stick cfescr to a
person tliao any other kind.
OF ALL KINDS
NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY
niGII St., EBENSBURG, PA
' . .i c"
PUBLICATION OFi lCE :
DAVI8 b JONES' BUILDING -Ur STAINS
THIRD- DOOR BACK.
. SUGAB KETTLES,
' J 10 to 40 gallons.
COPPER KETTLES, ; ;
- 3 quarts to 4.0 gallons.
all sort3 and kinds.
SHEET- IRON WARE every variety.
ENAMELED $ TINNED IRON "r WARE
for 25 cents, worth 37 cents.
- SAD IRONS, or SMOOTIIING IRONS,
all sizes and best quality, 5 to Gj cts per lb.
Trimmed complete, with baking arrangements,
$8 to $23.
EGG STOVES, 84.50 to $13.u0.
HEATING COOK STOVES, $3.00 to $8.00.
BRADLEY COOKING STOVES, Patent, .
Graff & Co., Mitchell, Herron & Co.,
Abbot & N&ble, A. J - Gallagher's,
and every other Pittsburg or Philadelphia
Stoves always on hand or procured on 5
ODD PLATES AND GRATES for Stoves,
always on hand.
CARBON OIL LAMPS, 62 cts. to $1.25.
Chimneys and Wicks for Lamp3 always on
BEST QUALITY, put up and PAINTED at
10 cents per foot.-.
&z3 No extra charges fur Elbows. "JX
all sizes constantly on hand.
COFFEE MILLS, 37 cts. to S1.25.
TOASTING FORKS, OYSTER BROILERS
Jelly Cake Moulds, Table and Tea Spoons
COAL BUCKETS, 35 ct3. to $5.00.
The above goods will be furnished
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
JOHNSTOWN STOVE k HOUSE-FURNISHING
Opposite tlic WeigU Lock.
RANK W. nAY'S WAREHOUSE,
and save twenty per cent, on your purchases
EITHER FOR CASH OR SCRir.
GEORGE M. REED, Attorney at Law,
Ebensburg, Pa. Office in Colonade Row.
Ebensburg Sept. 26, lOGl-tf.
A BRAIIAM KOPELIN, Attorney
jCX at Law, Johnstown Pa. Office on Main
PHIL S. NOON, Attorney at Law,
Ebensburg, Penn'a. Office two doors
east of Thompson's Hotel.
August 29, 1859.-ly. , ,
A O. MULLIN, Attorney at Law, Eb-
ensburg, Cambria county, Pa.
Er3a Oifice two doors north of Colonade Row,
and immediately opposite Thompson's Hotel.
Ebensburg, December 1, 1 859. "
R. L. JOHXSTOX. . GEO. W. O ATM A.N.
JOHNSTON & OATMAN,
Attorneys at Law.
Ebensburg, Uanibna county, Penna.
Office opposite the Court House. .
January 10, 1861:tf
CYRUS E LDER, Attokney-at-Law
Johnstown, ra. Will practice in the
several Courts of Cambria, Somerset, . and
Ofhce same as lately . occupied by Linton
and Noon, on Post Office corner up stairs.
April 23, 1863-tf
RS. BUNNY M. D., tenders his pro
fessional services, to the citizens ot Eb
ensburg. Office in Drug Store, on High St.,
opposite Thompson s Hotel.
Ebensburg, August 2o, 18a9;tf.
I K. J.ai. lU'U-uuiu:,, surgeon and
U Mechanical Dentist, respectfully offers
his professional services to tueladies aud gen
tlemen of Johnstown and vicinity of thisplacc.
Particular attention paid to diseases of the
Mouth. Teeth extracted with electrical for
Office in the old "Exchange, on Clinton
treet. Johnstown Aug. 25, 1859.
The undersigned, Graduate of the Bal
timore College of Dental Surgery, respectfully
offers his professional services to the citizens
of Ebensburg. He has spared no means to
thoroughly acquaint himself with every im
provement hi hi3 art. To many j-ear3 of per
sonal experience, he has sought to add the
imparled experience of the highest authorities
in Dental hciencc. lie simply asks tuat an
opportunity may be given tor his work to
speak its own praise.
- SAMUEL BELFORD, D. D. S.
(Office formerly occupied by Dr. J. Clark.)
Reference: Prof. C. A. Harris ; T. E. Bond
Jr. ; W. R. Handy; A. A. Blandy,P. II. Aus
ten, of the Baltimore College.
C?Will beat Ebensburg on the fourth
Monday of each month, to stay due wjek.
April J, 18G2tf . j
JCfiS" Blank Summons, Blank Subpenaa,
for sale at this olbcc.
fJlHE UNJON FOREVER ! !
It. H. TUDOR & ntTGII JONES,
Having formed a partnership in the GRO
CERY business, would respectfully call the
attention of the people of Ebensburg and vi
cinity to their large stock, which has been
selected in the Eastern market with , great
care. , Come and examine for yourselves!
They cannot fail to please. Our stock consists
in part of the following articles, viz t ,
White and Brown Su- Chewing and Smok'g
N. O. Molassses, " Cigars, Snuff, '
Syrups, - Candles, Soap,
Ilio Coffee, . .. - ; r Clothes, Market and
Young Hyson, Imperial Fancy Baskets,
and Black Teas, " - ;WasL boards, Brooms,
Spice3 of all kinds, Buckets, Measures,
Butter, Sugar and Wa- Kealers, Churns,
ter Crackers, Kegs, j
Dried Apples, Peaches, Hair and Wire Seives,
Oranges and Lemons, Scrub, Shoe and Dus-
Nuts of all kinds, :.
Ext. Ley and Coffee,
Butter Prints and -La
Rope, Bed cords,
Lines, Rope Halters,
Twine, Tye Yarn,
Arnold's Inks from 6 to An assortment of Es
75cenls per bottle,
Hay Forks, .
sences and Drugs,
Garden 4 Hay Rakes,
Scythes and Snathes,
Buck Saws and Nails,
FLOUR, CORN and OAT MEAL,
CHEESE, RICE, BACON,.
MACKEREL, HERRING, CODFISn,
And all kinds of Liquors, Brandy, Gin, Wines,
Old Rye and Common Whiskey, &c, &c.
B5u The above articles will be sold cheap
for Cash or Country Produce, at Cash prices
Ebensburg, Hay 9, 1861:tf
jLi Having associated with Hugh Jones in
the Grocery business, 1 hereby give notice to
all those having standing accounts with me
to come forward and settle the same. Feeling
thankful to the citizens of Ebensburg and vi
cinity for their former patronage, I would re
spectfully solicit a continuance of the same
under the firm of Tudor and Jones.
R. II. TUDOR
EW CHEAP CASH STORE ! ! !
"THAT'S WHAT'S THE MATTER 1'
"E. J. MILLS k CO. beg leave to announce
to the citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity that
they have just received, at their new stpre
room, on High street, a most comxilcte assort
Spring and Summer Goods,
consisting in part of the following articles :
Dress Goods, Millinery Goods, Plain and
Fancy Silks, Embroideries, Housekeeping
Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, Shawls, Laces, and
so on, ad infinitum.
Boots and Shoes, Flats, Caps, Bonnets,
Groceries, Hardware Queensware,
Notions, Perfumery, Stationery,'
Flour, Bacon, Cheese, Mackerel, Herring
and Cod Fish, Syrups and Mclasse
Iron and Nails, Glass, Salt, Oils,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, &c, &c kc
In short not to dip further into tedious
details they'intend keeping
A NUMBER ONE STORE,
Where the comfort and convenience of a
country community can be successfuly ca
By buying a large stock at a time, they ai.
enabled to sell their goods at a
TRIFLING ADVANCE ON CITY PRICES
Roll in and see for yourselves. No charge
for showing articles." ;
Country Produce taken in exchange
Ebensburg, April 24, 18G2.
-VTOOD. MORRELL & CO.,
H - John stows, Pa
; WHOLESALE ANU Kb TAIL DEALERS
" IS ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE,
Keep constantly on hand the following arti
IIATS AND CAFS,
FEED OF ALL KINDS, VEGETABLES, AC
Clothing and Boots and Shoes made lo
order on reasonableternis.
Johnstown March 1 1860-tf.
PATRONIZE YOUR. OWSI
The Protection Mutual' Fire Insurance Co..
OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.
LOCATED AT EBENSBURG, PA.
nnilE above named Company, organized
j April Cth, 1857, will effect insurances on
property at safe rates. Being particularly
careful rn the risks taken, this Company pre
sents a reliable and cheap medium, through
which persons may secure themselves against
probable losses by fire.
Office on Centre Street, nearly opposite
Thompson's "Mountain House."
D. H. ROBERTS, Pies.
: A. C. Mcllin, Sec'y. & Treas.
; A. A. BARKER, Agent.
Aug. 25, 1859.-ly.
AT THE HUNTINGDON NURSERIES,
Sell Fruit & Ornamental Tress, Vines &c. of
better growth, larger size, and at lower prices
than any of the Northern or Eastern Nurseries
and warrant them true to name.
Standard Apple trees at 18 cents each
SlG per 100. ' " '
Peach trees, 15 to 20 cts each $12.50 to
$15 per 10
Standard Pear trees, 50 to T5 cts oach.
Dwarf Pear trees, 50$ to$l each 20 to $6
Dwarf Apple treesj 50 to 15 cts each
Standard Cherry trees 37 J to "75 cts
Dwarf Cherry trees 50 to 15 cts.
Plum trees 50 cts.
Apricot trees 40 to 50 cts.
Nectarine trees 25 cts each.
Grape .Vines 25 cts to $1.
Silver Maple trees 62J to $1.
European Ash, 75 to 1.
' European Larch, 75 cts to 1.50
Norway Spruce, 50 cts to $1.
American Balsam Pine, 75 cts to $1.50,
American & Chinese Arbor Vita-, 50 ct.
Plants, $1 per 100, &c. &c.
Huntington, Jan. 25, 1860.-tf.. - '
t5 Cabscribo for The Alleghaxian . ;
"PYRE & LANDELL,
' ' . . AND ARCH STS., , '
ARE OPENING FOR FALL TRADE. ,
. French Merinoes,
: - Good Black Silks,
u i ' .1' Dark Figured Silks, v
New Plaid Silks, ' . :. .... ,
-. ' "'' Balmoral Petticoats, ' i
. Red; White and Blue Flannels,
: - Shawls, Wholesale and Retail.
October 15, 18G3. ' ' ' '
PLAIN and FANCY JOB PRINTER.
Blank Book Manufacturer, Book Binder, ;
and dealer in every -description of. -American
and Foreign Papers, &c, Lc.
Corner of Wood and Third streets, PITTS
BURG, Pa. . .
jg!f Agent for L. Johnson & Co., xype
Founders & Electrotypers, Philadelphia
August 25, 1859:t.f
C. EBY & CO , - :
. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
And Commission JUerrftants,
No. 522 Market st., between Fifth and Sixth.
. We have constantly on hand a general as
sortment of all kinds of fish, in large and
small packages, which we will sell low for
Cash or short credit Also, Duncannon Nails
and Spikes of . all sizes, constantly on hand
and for sale at Manufacturer's prices.
October 15, 1863. .
No. 513 Mabket St.,
and 510 Commerce St., Phila.
Wholesale Dealer in Cotton Laps, Carpet
Chain, Vadding, Ropes, Wick, Tie Yarn,
Brooms, Buckets, Baskets, Churns,
Tubs, Brushes Looking-Glasses,
&C, &C, &C. AC.
USyThe largest stock of the above Good.j
in the city, sold at the lowest nett cash prices
Oct. 31, 18Cl-tf. ,
T. LITTLE, SU. JAS. TRIMBLE.
LITTLE & TRIMBLE,
And Commission Merchants ;
Dealers in Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese,
Fish, Carbon and Lard Oil, Iron, Nails, Glass,
Cotton Yarns, and Pittsburgh Manufactures
No. 112 Second Street, mtsluryh, ra.
April 24, 18G2-tf.
SPBINGEU IIAEBACGU. . WM. II. WHIIACRE.
BENJAMIN F. PETIT.
SPRINGER HARBAUGUI & CO.
Wholesale Dealer in
WOOL, HIDES, PROVISIONS and PRODUCE
No. 209 Liberty Street,
April 24, lSG2-tf.
AETnUaW. LITTLE. CHARLES WATSON.
AW. LITTLE & CO.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
SILKS AND FANCY DRESS GOODS,
Shawls, Mantillas, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings,
Gloves, White Goods, Embroideries,
No. 325 Market Street; Philadelphia.
June 26, 18G2-tf.
M. W. FRY, with - '
MOORE, LIGGET & CO.,
Importers and Jobbeis of.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, TRIMMINGS,
No. 223 Market Street, Opposite Bank St.,
' C, Constantly receiving Goods from Phil
adelphia anil New York Auctions.
Oct. 24, 1861-tf
M LLOYD & CO., BANKERS
DRAFTS on the Principnl Cities, and Sil
ver and Gold for sale. Collections made.
Moneys received on deposit, payable on de
mand, without interest, or upon time, .with
interest at fair rates. nov3, '5 9t
J. R. ANDREWS.
E. J. ALTIMCS.
A. B. W1LKINS
W. S. SMITH.
GEO. M. RIDDLE, icith
i ANDREWS, WILKINS-& CO
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dy Goods,
No. 503 Market Etreet,
fanlS, 18G2tf PHILADELPHIA.
HA 31 RICK & CALDWELL.
. " IMPORTERS OP
UOSIE.RY, GLOVES AND FANCY GOODS,
No. 30 North Fourth St.,
CHAS. H. IIAMRICK. I. C. CALDWELL.
March 19, l8G3.-tf.
WO. MURPHY, with
II. CIIILDS & CO.,
WHOLESALE BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE
No. 133 Wood street,
May 8, 1802-tf- PITTSERUG, Pa.
JOUS A. WILSON. D. M CANDLESS.
JESSE W. CARR.
"TTTILSON, CARR, & CO.
VT - (Late Wilson: Patine , Co.)
Wholesale Dealers in DRY GOODS,
No. 94 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
April 24, 18G2-tf.
T. MORRIS PEROT, EDWARD II. OODEN.
R BARKER, with
T. MORRIS PEROT & CO..
No. C21 Market street, above Sixth, and 612
Commerce street, Philadelphia.
Nov. 28, lSGltf
HPIIEO. 1I. .TIIODEN, with
"A - KLEE, KAUFMAN & CO.
Manufacturers and Wholesale -Dealers in
No. 80 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Anril 24, 18G2-tf.
K. II. UOWARD.
BUEIILER & HOWARD,
Importers and Dealers in
Foreign and-Domestic Hardware and Cutlery,
iso. 44i MaiK.ei sc., a uiladelpuia.
Nov. 28 !8Gltf
JAMES GRAHAM: R. J. THOMAS.
GRAHAM & THOMAS,
. WHOLESALE GROCERS.
And Dealers in Flour,
157 Liberty street Pittsburg, renn'a.
r.TTTTYDS & CO.
No. 133 Wood Street,
Have received an immense stock of Boots
and Shoes suitable for Spring and Summer
sales, comprising a full assortoiemt of Staple
and Fancy Goods, carefully selected with par
ticular reference to the wants of the Western
Trade, and due regard to durability aud sizes,
manufactured to order and warranted.
Our entire stock having been purchased
and contracted for direct from the New ug
land manufacturers entirely for cash, during
last Fall aud Winter, before the present
advance prices on stock and we are enabled
tn. (To w Kunxrinr Tn.l licpmpnti tO'CHsh Ot
prompt time buyers, and are prepared to sell
goods at les3 than New York or Philadelphia
prices. - ' ' ' ' '
We invite the attention of Merchants visit
ing this city to examine our large and desira
ble stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Cggu. Particular personal attention given to
. April. 9 tf H. CIIILDS & CO. :
JOHN HEWITT, with
WHOLESALE DEALER IN CLOTHING,
No. 409 Market street, .
jgSy This establishment has been removed
from No. 114 North Third street to the above
location, where an extensive and seasonable
assortment of Ready-made Clothing for Men
and Boys, tosrether with a carefully selected
line of ClothsVCassimeres, Satinetts, Vestings,
Tailors' Trimmings, &c, 13 now ready for the
Any order entrusted by those who are un
able to visit the city shall be executed as
faithfully 33 if they were present.
August 24, 18G2.
JAS. M. CONRAD. COATES WALTON.
CONRAD & WALTON,
Importers and Dealers in
Conrad & Walton's superior Steel Shovels,
Conrad & Walton's, Darling & Waidron's
Mann's Beatty's & Hunt's Axe, kc kc.
Nos. C23 Market'tt., C14 Commerce st,
Oct. 15C3. Philadelphia.
JAS. W. illDDLE. JSO. C. SHERBORNE.
WM. H. GILL.
T) IDDLE, GILL & CO. -X
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Foreien and Domestic
DRY GOODS AND CARPETING,
438 Market St., below 5th, and 433 Merchant
May 1, 18G2-tf. .
C1AUFFMAN & CIIEVr,
. Importers and Dealers in
CHINA, GLASS AND QUEEN'S WARE,
No. 21 North Fourth St., Philadelphia.
Oct. 15, 1863.
rnilOMAS P. JAMES
X IMPORTER and
No G30 Market street, Philadelphia.
October 15, ISC3.
EST, SOUTUWORTII & CO..
Wholeaale Dealat in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 21 North Third street,
Nov. 28, 1861. Philadelphia.
D. M'CLEES & Co.,
No. 133 North Third street,
Wholesale dealers in Boots and Shoes.
May 17 18G0 tf
JAMES M. THOMPSON, with
WARDLE & STEVENSON,
W notesale Tolacco Warehouse,
N. E. corner Market and Sixth sts.,
Nov. 23, 1861. Philadelphia.
A RCADE HOTEL, EbensLunr, Pa.
JLjl The subscriber, having leased, re-fitted
and newlv furnished the ''Lbensburjr House.
is prepared to accommodate his friends and
thfc nublic crenerallv. The House has alwavs
been a favorite loi visitors during the bummer
season, and I will spare no pain in "making it
an agreeable home for all sojourners. My Ta
ble 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 my charges will be such as to
suit all. Lxpeeting to receive a share of pat
ronage, and fully intending to deserve it, I
hereb3 throw open my hou?e to the public
August 25, 1853:tf. . HENRY FOSTER.
X AILROAD HOUSE, Wilmore, Cam
jL) bria county, Pa. (Near Penna. Railroad
Station.) Jas. D. Hamilton, Proprietor
An extensive Bowling saloon is connected
with the House. . The .Table wfll be fur
nished with the best the market affords, and
the Bar supplied with the best of liquors, in
cluding Ales and Lager from approved brew
eries. Extensive and convenient Stabling is
attached to the premises.
Wilmore, August 25, 1859:tf.
' ' Adjoining Penna. R. R. Depot,
The most convenient place to stop in the
City. Meals served at all hours. Terms
J. II. CLARK k CO., Proprietors.
April 2, lSC2-tf. . .
UNION HOUSE, Ebensburg, Ia.
John A. Blair. Proprietor.
Also, in connection. BLAIR k Co's H4fvs
will leave the "Union House" for Wilmore
station 4n time to take the Eastern and West
ern trains. Every accommodation will be at
forded to make passengers comfortable.
August 25, 1859:tf.
1fOUNTAIN HOUSE, Ebensburg, la
-LTjL John Thompson, Jr.. 7VojnVo-
The Table is always supplied with the
choicest delicacies The Bar is supplied with
choice liquors : and the Stable attended by
careful hostlers. Boiruers taken by the -week.
month or year. raur25.18r9tf
- u i
GREEN & BROTHERS.
. 8ASH AND UOOll l'ACTOUV, .
CHESS SPRINGS. CAMBRIA CO.. Pa. "
' Flooring Boards, Sash, DoorSi Frames, Laths
Veni'ian aud Panel Shutters, made to order
and constantly on hand.
In connection, with the. null is a pitent
Grist Mill, where corn, chop, ic, can be
procured at short notice. -
Sept. 3, 1803-ly.
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The subscriber takes pleasure in csll'rr
the attention of the citizens of CAUUOLL
TOWN and vicinity to the fact that Le U
just received, and is now opening, at tie c
stand of Moore k Son, a large aud Tarihi
consisting in part of
1 Satins. Velvets, Cloths, Cajgimeres
Doeskins, Sattiuetts, Tweeds,
Jeans, Tickings, Flannels,
Brown & Bleached
DKESS G O ODS of, every style.
Together with an excellent stock ot
Arc. kc. ki
And, in fact, anything and everything usuallt
kept in a No. 1 Country Store all of whit!:
will be disposed of at prices to t uit the time
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS!
Customers waited on by attentive Sa!u
ineii, and no charge for showing articles.
rpf" Cherry, Poplar, Siruce, Tine, au
other Lumber, Butter, Egs, and Count:
Produce generally, taken in exchange f -'
... 1 .... . rp
May 29, 18G2-tf
T OT1oHi. T. Int.- Jfl ISl'.H.
Messrs. Evans and Watsos : (;etlek!:
The small size No. 1 Salamaudc-r safe wLK'j
I j urchastd from your agent, Mr. Adam I-Ba.-r,
in Lancaster City, on July 20th, 1?-':
has been subjected to a very severe t:.
which it withstood in a most satisfac::?
manner. This Safe, coutainiugall my lo-i!
together with TaTnible papers belong!"? y
myself and some to my neighbors and fritLC:,
and represctintr a val le of over Twenty TLop"
and Dollars. ( 820.000 was in mv .Mill vLi
s destroyed on the night of the 27th of--;
ly, 18G0, and passed thiough the CcryorJc
unscathed. The Safe was on the second fl-'"
and fell to the basement ot the Mill, ad
subjected for six hours to an intense b'
among the rui.is, which wasgreatly increi-:"-b'
the combustion of a large quantity ofgrE
-r.nfinn,l vitt.Jn 1, filer ''
11 Luiii lir; kr i i v it alio. f
fire the safe M as opened and ihe books
papers taken out in a state ot perteci
vation, the pat)er not even being di;COo:f-
This fact was. however, to many bysuri
a better recommendation of your Safe3'hJ
could be expressed in any other words fb-
me. lours Respectfully,
sel3 SAMUEL RAN"-.
HfX- A large asortment of the above q-'
ity of Fire and Thief Proof Safes alwa:s.;;
band and for sale at as low rates hs anyo'
firm, at EVANS k WATSON'S. ,
No. 16 South Fourth st., Philadelrl'"
Desire to call the attention of the PutIlf ,
their new TIN SHOP now opened in tbel
brick building on the . corner of ;f
Franklin streets opposite the Mansion n
and next to the Bankincr house of lell,tt';'
k Co., Johnstown Pa., where they l,urI
ir.rtrt n li ri n rr oil I'lnila nf
TIN, SHEET-IRON AND COPrER
Their work will be made by the ie.' .
men and of the best materials. They
terniined ' tr aeU nil kinds of ware
chetiiest rateswholesale and retail.
P. S. All orders lor M'uui'"' 'oaiW
to on the shortest notice and on rcaso
Johnstown, December 8, 1850-tf
-Blanks of all.kinds printed at this o 1