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LOCfii AND FEBSOitAL
EBENSBUBQ AND CltESSON ItAFLBOAD.
On and after Monday, November 16, 1863,
jjftlas on thia road will ran a3 follow 3 :-
7.23 A. M., connecting with Bait. Ex
press West'and Thro' Acr.om East.
At 7.15 P. Sr., connecting with Mail Train
West and Thro' Express East.
4t 10.43 A. M., or on departure of Thro'
It 8.43 P. M., 6r on departure of Express
East and Mail "West.
Chit-Chat with Our Readers.
Xhc amount of business done in thia sec
tion in tiie article of lumber has always
fceca large. Indeed, northern Cambria,
Jus from time immrmorial been distin
guished a9 a superior lumber region.
When a stranger, of an inquiring turn of
mind, docs us ths honor of a visit, he
usually open3 out with -''"What is your
staple commodity hereabouts j;rain ?"
Xo." "Stock ?" "No." "Iron and
minerals?" "No." "Poultry, vc;eta
Iks, fruit, butter?" "No." "Well,
hat'w it, then?" "Why, lumler, of
course," is the inevitable answer. And
the stranger sees it with an "Oh, yes,
this is Cam-berry '." Leaving all other
productions as they are, and taking from
us lumber, northern Cambria, could never
have attained even the medium degree ci
eminence she now occupiss. The soil of
too sterile and ragged a description for
grazing purposes, and iron ore and coal
cot abundant, no especial advantage would
Lave been afforded us out of vniieh to
build up for ourselves a name and fame
and a solid, substantial establishment.
Bat we have lumber, and lumber' in
abundance. The primitive forests which
furround us cn every hand, and wave,
their leafy boughs ia rank luxuriance
heavenward, afTord an inexhaustible source !
of wealth,' frcm which many an indepen
dent fortune has already been accumula
ted, and from which many another will be
trrought by energy, arid hard labor. Af
ter threescore years of incessant chopping
wid hewing, and hauling and shipping,
the supply of oak and cherry, hemlock,
jinc, Huden, poplar, beech, birch, chestnut,
tad locust, witL many other varieties, no
doubt, the 'Samoa of which do not occur
to as, still continues unabated.
These remarks are merely introductory
to saying that at n f- h
.brt business been better or "brisker'
than during the present winfer. A mar
ket nay now be easily found for every,
description of boarder plank, joist or
icantling, shook cr thicglo, which is
prepared and for sale a market in which
fabulous prices and. the "cash down" arc
the disliuguishing' .haracteristkM. Iu
tiew of this fact, and freting that northern
Cambria is essentially a lumber district,
cur men of capital are bes tin ing them
eives and engaging largely in the encer
piscof furnishing the required commodity.
At least a half-dozen steam saw-mills that
e lave Jinowledgo cf, with some most
likely beyond our range of vision, are
wing erected in this vicinity, and many
otters are talked of. Prior to the increased
demand for lumber, the number of nian-
tfacturicg establishments here was not
ill and the business done by them by
"3 means inconsiderable. Now, with
itanjaore niills and enhanced facilities,
of coarse there will be a much greater
are glad to sec thia. It demon
strates conclusively that cur people are j
' awake to tlvcir own interests. If
do net take advantage cf the fund of j
ealth plaoed at their disposal by the
Creator of the earth, capitalists clrewherc
10 their own benefit our very birthright.
h more throuirh development of nnr
jailer interests, which ages couid not
tiroughly exhaust, the county, will
Pow not only in wealth, but also in
Wdligence, enterprise and liberality, and
"v.-uuie a urigub uuu ciuiuiig ngiil
-ere before was comparative darknes
ul3 is the lesson taught by history
ere there are wealth and prosperity
r is also a high degree of intelligence
2 morality. By a full development of
'"fl interest-, we entertain hones that
. ' -t .
ria may ultimately become ho rcgen-
anl meliorated as to bo able even
$, .a S Union majority at her clcc
HS instead of the adverse as now ! .
4 certain class of people felicitate
, flrca that "there's nothing i:t-
N. ' u e whoso tastes and interests
tf "lte another channel, are decidedly
jioa that there's nothing like lam.
PrODo t. it .
, . v uiu wcamcr wo navn iivnn
for tbe past teo days
informs us' that in 1811, twenty yeais
ago, during the last week in January, the
weather was warm, genial, and spring-like
; the perfect counterpart of the 'weather
the last week cf thu January, and that
when a chauge occurred, it was in .the
wise that snow fell to the depth of tlirce
ftctt which continued on the ground until
April. As coincidences arc not rare, our
readers who are fond of sleighing should
take courage from the fact, and not dis
pose of their turn-outs at half price.
Our 'Common Schools. The report
of the Stato Superintendent of Common
Schools for the year ending June 4, 1SG3,
is out. From it we learn that the num
ber of schools in the State, not including
Philadelphia city, i3 12,101, an increase
ou the last year of 171. The whole
attendance of- pupils is 03-1,499, an in
crease of 19,412. Average attendance of
pupils, 97,022 ; increase, 9,039. Per
centum average, .005; last year, .033.
Average length of school terui, 5 months
14 days. Average cost of each pupil per
month, 50 cents, an increase of one cent.
Number teachers, 14,412 ; increase, 02.
Total cost of tuition, 81,-198,040; increase,
130,859? Total cost of the system, in
cluding $13,000 appropriation iu Phila
delphia schools, 2,284099 ; increase,
850,934. The total number of pupils,
i icluling Philadelphia, is 703,353, and
the whole eost of the system, including
the amouat paid by Philadelphia, k
S2,SS8,190, ail increase of 8104,604.-4
These facts are encouraging to the friends
vt the school system. Notwithstanding
the war, the average attendance has bten
larger and the average per cent, upon the
whole number in attendance one-half per
cent, greater than last year. There were
717 fewer male teachers and 779 more
female teachers iu 1SG3 than the year
previous, owing to the war. The per
ceutage of attcndav.ee in the State schools
ia only G3.5, whils in Philadelphia it is
also gather from the report the
statistics with regard to the
present condition of the schools in Cam
bria county : :
Whole number schools, , 143
Number yet required, 11
Average number months taught, 4.57
Number male te.-ichcrs, 82
44 fetn.iie teachers, 81
Average salary males per month, $2". 78
" " females per month, $21.17
Number male scholars, o,S08
" learning German, 112
Average number atteu dingsckool, 5,2-31
Cost per month, $.42
A mt. levied lor school purposes, $18,427.04
Amt. levied for building ' ' 2.1 54.31
Total amount levied,
Number mills school purposes,
" building "
Recti, from State ajpropriation,
Reed, from Collectors, ic,
Fuel unl contiii-renciei,
Cost school houses, purchasing,
building, renting, fcc,
BaTance on hanil,
Tloxca TO '111: IJuave. Oa Thurs
day eveuing, a complimentary supper was
tendered the re-enlisting members ef Co.
A, 11th licservcs, at home on furlough,
by the editor of this paper. The supper
was given at Moore's Mountain House,
about -thirty soldiers and invited guests
being present. After ample justice had
been done the good things of this life
prepared for the occasion under which
the board absolutely groaned, the com
pany proceeded to the parlor, where short
and appropriate addresses were delivered
by Messrs. A. A. Barker. Samuel Single
ton, It. Litzinger, E. lloberts, and others.
After which an hour or two of pleasant
interchange of HC-ntimeKt followed, enli
vened by music. Altogether it was a
most happy re-union, and must go far to
prove to oar brave soldiers, and especially
to those who, after an arduous three years'
campaign, have re-enlisted for tho war,
kt!iat their heroic efforts in behalf of the
Union are duly appreciated by a grateful
Home trom the Vars. The 55th
Pe?ma. Vols., having re-enlisted for three
years more, has arrived home on a month's
furlough from South Carolina, where it
had becu stationed for over two years.
The regiment is commanded by Col. Dick
White, of this county, and comprises
among its members two companies from
this county. All of these, no far aa we
have seen, look hale and hearty, and give
a favorable account of their soldiering
experience in the Palmetto State. Mr.
Joseph YIerry, the only, representative
in the regiment, we believe, from this
place, is here. Success to them all!
-Among many other articles, James
M. Thompson has just received, at Iii3
new store, P. O. building, a very fine
assortment of tearsfed, of all colors, black,
white, red, &o. ladies, go and see 1
....... LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE
FIKE AHOCT OUR SOLPIEUS THE DBAFT THE
WEATUEK, i-C, XC.'t AC.
Johnstown, Tel. 1, 1SG4.
Correspondence of Tho Alleghanian.
A fire broke out about eleven o'clock
last night, in' a stable, owned by a baker
named Sutenbergcr, and for a while it was
feared the adjacent buildings would become
a prey to the destructive element. Fortu
nately the night was calm, and though the
flames communicated to the bakery, thro'
the. prompt assistance of a number of our
citizens they were subdued without perious
loss to the building. It is supposed the
fire originated from' a smoke house io the
vicinity cf the stable, in which a quantity
of meat was being cured. A Sao horse
which was in the stable could not be
extricated, and was burned to death. Mr.
Ss. loss will foot up about $40Q.
Nearly half tho company recruited in
this vicinity for Col. White's 55th Pa.
regiment, by Capt. O'Ccrinell, ere home
on thirty days' furlough, they having re
eniisted for another term. Tjc boys all
look as if the life of .the soldier agreed
with them. L'eut. Harry Crouse of the
same regiment is with us for thirty days,
he also having reenlistcd for three ycar3
Li. Col. Jno. P. Linton returned homo one
day last week, on brief leave cf absence.
Col. Linton has been in command of the
54th for some time, and I understand is a
very popular officer. He looks every inch
the soldier, and in his robust appearance
it is diScult to recognize the lawyer Lin
ton cf other days." Various members of
his regiment have been home during the
past few weeks on ten days' leave. T
Capt. Ityekman is recruiting a cavalry
company for the three years' service, and
tho indications are that ho will succeed:
Ilk roll already numbers about fifty. He
designs attaching his company to the 21st
Pat cavalry, uow stationed at Chaiubers-
A public meeting of the citizens was
held in Council rooms on Saturday even
ing, for the purpose of seeing what could
be done towards raising a home bounty for
volunteers. Committees were appointed
to collect money from all persons liable to
the draft, and it is thought 'a bounty of
200 can thus be paid to each volunteer.
13y this means our quota will be filled
without any difficulty.
rm the balmy, dcliciou?, May day fctyle,
and one could almost imagine that bleak
Winter had abdicated his throne, and
retired in disgust. Speculating on the
weather, however, is about equivalent to
speculating on the favors cf a coquette
there , is no telling when a
occur. With this philosophical view of
the matter, I conclude. May Leon.
"Tin: Prayers of the Righteous,"
etc. In the Senate proceedings of last
Thursday, we find tho
"At Mr. Lowry's request, a communication
w.u read from one "William T-. Davis, who is
1 evidently a monomaniac, pravinir devoutlv
that the. Senate may organize."'
The gentleman referred to above as the
author of the communication is a resident
of ad well known in this place. We saw
the communication itself before its trans
mission to the Senate, and can vouch for
its entire appropriateness, all things con
sidered, and its patriotism and love of
law and order." Pending the present re
bellion, the country stands indebted to J
Mr. D.'s tiuly versatile pen for many a
brilliant conception, usually embodied in
a petitionary form, praying for the suc
cess of the "Stares and Strippes" and
deep damnation to all traitors. As to
terming him a "monomaniac" well, who
isn't a monomaniac touching the subject
of the restoration of the Union to its for
mer condition of glory and greatness I
Tuesday wa3 Candlemas-Day, and the
sun shone brightly during at least a por
tion of its continuance. The groundhog
undoubtedly, saw hi3 shadow, therefore
we-will have six weeks more cold weather
Died: On Sunday 'evening, 31st ult.,
Maggie, thud daughter of Evan and
Catharine Griffith, of Ebcnsburg, aged 5
years. . - ,
Dxt. Tobias' Venetian Horse Lini-
uest. Piat bottles nt 4i fly cents each, for
lameness, cuts, gall3, colic, sprains, &c,
wai ranted cheaper than any other. Itis used
by. all the great horsemen on Long Island
courses. It will not cure ring bone ncr
spavin, as there is no liaimcnt.iu existence
that will. What it is stated, to cure it pos
itively does. A'o owner of horset u-ill be with
out after trying one lotile. One dose revives
and ofteu saves the life of an over-heated or
driven horse. For , colic and. belly-ache it
has never failed. Justas sure as the sun rises,
just so sure is this valuable Liniment to. bo
the Horse embrocation of the day. Sold by
all druggists. Office, &S Cortlandt Street,
New. York . ', - rjan. 7
SSS Sobscrito fcr Tbk ALtianisiAir.
T, 1ST OF LETTERS
1 A Remaining in the -Post OEce, Ebens
burg, Pa., up to February 1, 1804:.
3&ichel IJurk, 2
Lizzie A Brady,'
Wm A Bagley,
Gabriel J England,
Thomas J Evans,
D E Evans, (weaver)
Elizabeth D Evan3,
Helen J. George,
Wm II Hoover,
David J Jones,
John C Jones, 2
Wm J Jones,
David P Jones,
Wm D James,
Rachel Morrison, 2
Ames M O'Neal,
Jobn A Plowman,
Mary E Smith,
Mrs John Sharp,
Mrs C Stratton,
Tho3 W Williams.
S W Jois,
Ow.cn M Jones, .
Persons rilling for the above letters will
please say they are advertised.
JOHN Til Oil PS ON, P. M.
Fe-)iua-y 4, 13C4.
E. A. PULVFR k CO S
SANTOS COF7EE, or MALT COFFEE.
Warranted to gire satisfaction.
Manufactured at Pittsburg, Pa., by E. A.
Pulver k Co., to whom all order3 should be
For sle in Ebcnsburg by A. A. Barker,
Wm. Davis k Son, Shoemaker k Son, E. J.
Mills k Co . G. G. Owens, Evan E. Evans, G.
Gurley, mid by the trade generally.
GREEN & BROTHERS.
PASII AND nOOR FACTORY,
CHESS SPRINGS. CAMBRIA CO., Pa.
Flooring Boards, ?ash, Doors, Frames, Laths
Vcni'ian aud Panel Shutters, made to order
and constantly on hand.
In connection with the mill is a patent
Grist Iill, vr here corn, chop, kc, can be
procured at short notice.
Sept. 3, 1SG3-Iy.
X ORETTO STAGE LINE
JLi WM. RYAN & JOS. F. DURBIN
Tiit tray fjr Loretto, Chest Sorings and
The subscribers wish to inform the travel
ing public that they are now prepared to
fur.'Kih then, ivith IIACKrf, CARRIAGES.
and every other accommodation iii t'.ieir line
of ousiness. Tiiey will run a daily bacK from
Loretto to Cresson, to connect with the difTor-
e-ut trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad, and
Ebensbursr and Cresson Branch. Thev will
also run a tri-wcekly hack to Clutt Srttinsrs
and St. Augustine, on Monday, Thursday and
Saturday of each week. Thi3 is the only sure
conveyance on the road, as it carries the mail
and will always make the connection- .
Inquire for Ryan & Durban's Hack if
RYAN k DURBIN.
Loretto, August 10, 18G3.
SMALL TROFITS !'
THE LATEST ARRIVAL t
WHO DON'T WANT BARGAINS f
A. A. BARKER,
The subscriber takes pleasure in announ
cing to the people of Ebcnsburg and vicinity
that he has just received, at. his store, ou
High street, the largest and most complete
ever before brought to this county, oil ot
which he i3 determined to sell cheaper than
In endless variety.
DRESS GOODS, '
j,Of every description
A full and complete assortment.
Embracing all the latest styles
Handsome and of the best quality.
Of all sorts, &izes, widths and prices.
HOOP SKIRTS AND BALMORALS,
The latest and best styles.
A better and cheaper article than ever befor
offered to this community.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of the very best workmanship.
HATS AND CAPS,
Fashionable and of durable material.
MILLINERY GOODS AND NOTIONS
HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
Hardware, Queetistcarc, Groceries, Flour Bacon
Cheese, Syrups, Molasses, Mackerel, Her
ring and Cod Fish, Iron and Kails,
Cedar and Willow Ware, Drugs
and Medicines, Carbon and
Fish Oil, etc, etc., etc.
These, nnd many other descriptions of
Goods, too numerous to here mention, con
stantly on hand. ; -
Not to mince matters, he keeps a
FIRST CLASS COUNTRY STORE,
where anything or everything a person may
need or desire can be obtained.
By buying a large stock at a time, and pay
ing for the same almost entirely ia Cash, the
sivbscriher is cuabled to sell considerably
clmapcr than other dealers in this community.
To be convinced of the truth of this assertion
you need only call aad examine his Schedule
NO CHARGE FOR LOWING GOODS.
Customer will be waited upon by accom
CSy The Public is requested t j roll in -the
more the merrier and secure Bargains.
A. A. BARKER,
ENTIRELY V EG ETA RLE I
A HIGHLY COKCEHTOTED
VEOKTAUL 13 E X T R A C T.
A PURE TONIC.
DR. C M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, pa.
Will effectually euro
DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, .
CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DIS
EASES O? THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM A DIS
ORDERED LIVER OR STOMACH,
tion, L.ward Piles,
Fulness or Blood to the .
nead. Acidity of the Stomach
Nausea, Hcartbyrn, (lirgust for food,
Fulness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour
Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the pit
of the stomach. Swimming of the head,
Hurried nnd Difficult Breathiti"
Fluttering at the heart, Cho'
king or Suffocating sensations
when in a lying posture,
Dimness of vision. Dots
or 'Wilis before the
sight, Fever and dull
pain in the head,
Y e 1 1 o w
skin and eyes. Pain in the side. l.nr r-Ut
Limbs, kc. Sudden Flushes of hont imr;ni
in the flesh, constant imaginings of evil, and
ri..iuepr?sciou o: spirits.
And will positively prevent "CcIiOsT
rcver, S3!55osis Fever, Jic.
Til E V CONTAIN.
NO ALCOHOL OR BAD WHISKEY I
. They will cure the above diseases in niue-
ly-iunc cuses out 01 a aanured.
From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of
the Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge
Although not disnosed to Htvnr r rnr. ,
mend Patent Medicines in general, throu-'h
u.sirusi 01 ii!e:r ingredients and effects I
.' - 1 "j ouuiiii-iu reasons wiiv a m ni
hij iu me uenents be believes
himself to Lave received from any simple
preparation, in the hope that he m;iv thu
11 i j u w me uL-vui 01 owners
T !.:, t. ...
x tins more rea;.uv in rfTrd to
IIooflandrs German Bitters, "prepared" by D--
.-Jackson, of this city, .because I was
r"JUUiUtl "gainst tntni lor many years
under the impjession that thev wer- chicflv
an acloholic mixture. T
friend Robert Shoemaker., for the removal of
mis prejudice uy proper test, nnd for en
couragement to try them, .when suffering
from great and long continued debilitv The
use of three bottles of these Bitter' "at the
beginning of the present year, was follow J
by evident relief, and restoration to a dc-ree
of bodily aud mental vigor which I hadnot
felt for six months before, and had almost
despaired of regaining. 1 theV're thank
Goa and my friend for directin-ne to ue
them. J. NEWTON BROWN.
PaiLAD'A., Jcxe 23, 16C1,
Will build up the constitution, nnd give
health and strength to an overtasked and
Philadelphia, August 12, 1SG2.
Da. C. SI. Jacksox DcarSir: While in
Virginia, owing to the change cf water, I wa
taken with a severe dianhoe.i, which seemed
incurable, and which greatly weakened me.
Y hen we reached Slartinsbnrg, I fc-arcd that
I should have to come home; but noticing
somcof your Bitters in the store of Sir. 11. 1L
Price, in that town, I purchased a supplv, and
on taking it was speedily restored to health
The diarrhoea was quickly checked, and I
experienced 110 return of it. A number of
my comrades who suffered in the same
manner and from the same cause, with whom
I shared th Bitters, ioin mo in t!.i ,.r.t:c.,.
I expect to return to the seat of war with the
Legion, and I shall certair.lv t:.'-n n c.,.,t.. ..r
the Bitters in my knapsack. I would not be
without it for its weight in gold, particularly
on going into a limestone region.
lours, truly, A. E. ALMEUS,
Company If, Scott Legion.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I
See that the signature of "C. M. Jackson"
is on the wrapper of each bottle.
Twee per bottle V5 cents
Or half dozen for $4.
Should vnnr nrnroct Trtirr.;t .1-.
article, do not be nut nfl'bv- nnv r.ri ;tv
t 1 i " ' -- . wi lilt.
icating preparations that nbc offered in
its place, but send to us, aud wc wiil forward
iy express, securely packed.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE asd MANUFACTORY
No. G31 ARCH ST.
(Successors to C. AI. JACKSON, & Co.,)
JCST For sale by Dr. G. II. KEYSER. 41
Wood St., SIMON JOHNSON, corner Fourth
and Smithfield sts., Tittsburg, and by drug
gists nnd Dealers in every town in the United
States rjuiy 9, 'C3.1.vJ
HON. WILSON M'CANDLESSj Judp9 of th.
United States Circuit Court. President.
PITTSBURGH, PA:, corner Peon and fic
Tiic Largest, ChcapcstandBest
$35.00 Pays for a Commercial course.
JByNo extra charges for Manufacturer,
Steamboat, Railroad and Bank Boot-Kteo-
Ministers' Son3 at half price. Student
enter and review at any time.
This Institution is conducted by experienced
Teachers nnd principal Accountants, wb
prepare young men for active business, at th
least expense and shortest time, for the most
lucrative and responsible situations. Dirloms
granted for merit only. Hence the universal
preference for graduates of this College, fcj
Pac-F. A. Cowtrr, the best Penman of the
Union, who holds tho largest No. of 1st Pre
miums, nnd over nil competitors, teackej
Rapid Business Writing.
Circulars containing full information-eat
free oa-application to 'the Principals.
JENKINS k SMITH, ritUburg, Pa.
JTxy Attend where the Sons and Clerks ot
Bankers and Business men graduato
April 24, 18U2-ly.
OVOoT MARSHAL'S OFFICE.
17r;r Disr., Pekxa., 1
IlesTiscnox, June 11 18G3. j
MEN -WANTED FOR THE INVALID CORPS.
Only those faithful soldiers who, froa
wound3 or the hardships of war, are no
longer Gt f.r active Held duty will be received
into this Corps of Honor. Enlistments will
be for three years unless sooner discharged.
Pay and allo wances same as for ocer ad
men of the United States Infantry; except
thnt no premiums or bounty for enlistment
will bemllowed. This will uot invalidate any
pensions or bounties which may be dae lor
Ail persons honorably discharged from the
service, not liable to draft, whether they hare
served in this war or not, can bo admitted
into this Corns of Honor.
Men who are still in service and unable to
perform effective field, may be transferred to
For the convenience of service, the raoa
will be selected for three grades of duty.
These who are most efficient aad able bodied,
and capable of performing-guard duty, etc..
etc., will te armed with muskets, and assigned
to companies of the Frst Battallion. Those
of the next degree of efficiency, Including
those who have lost a hand cr an arm; and
tie least effective, including those who have
lost a foot or a leg, to the companies of the
Second or Third B.ittailicns j they will be
armed with swords.
The duties wiil be chiefly to acLa3 provost
guards and garrisons for cities ; guards for
hospitals and other public buildings; and as
clerks, ordcrlic?, etc. If found necessary
they may be assigned to forts, etc.
Acting Assistant Provost Marshals General
are authorized to appoint Officers of the
Regular Service, or of the Invalid Corps, to
administer the oath of enlistment to those
TT,-c-ri irk. Itnrc- TOO plr telj- "faJfiUctl the pre
scribed conditions of admission to the Invalid
Corps, viz :
1. That the applicant is r.at for servico in
the field.' . ,
2-. That he i3 fit for tue duties, cr some of
them, indicated above.
ti.i :e . r- i. - ... t. -
iii.il, 11 inn uurt 111 iuo ccrvib.. lie was
4. That hi is meritorious aad deserving.
For enlistment or further information apply
to the Board of Enrollment for the district ia
which the applicant is a resident.
J. D. CAMPBELL,
Capt. and Provost Marshal.
Ebcnsburg, July 2, 18C3.-tf.
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K 50. pj
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EBENSIJURG HARDWARE AND
BARGAINS TO BE HAD!
The undersigned has Inst rprrivort a low
nnd splendid assortment cf Hnrdwaro and
Cutlery, Cookinar. Parlor and neatinc Storp.
Nails, Window Glass, Hoop Iron, Carbon Oil
Lamps and pure Carbon Oil, Japanned and
Brittannia Ware, Glass Ware, Ac, kc, all ot
which he will sell very low for. CASH or ex
change for Country Produce.
He still continues to manufacture Tin and
Sheet Iron Ware of all descriptions, for sale
either by the Wholesale or Retail. Repairing
done on short notice.
He returns' bis sincere thanks to his old
friends and customers for the patronage ex
tended him, and begs leave to hope that they
will come forward and settle up their accounts
of long Etandicg, and commence the new year
"on the square." He must have money- to
enable him to keep up his 6tock.
' U Prices low, to suit the imeF.
Ebcnsburg, Jany. 0, lS62tf .
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