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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
" EBENS3UEQ AND CRESSON RAILROAD.
Oa and after Monday, November 6, 1863,
trains 3n this road will run as follows :
.At 7.20 A. M., connecting with Bait. Ex
press "West and Thro' Acr.ora East.
At 7-15 P. M., connecting with Mail Train
West and Thro' Express East.
At 10.45 A. M., or on departure of Thro'
At 8.43 P. M., or on departure oi Express
East and Mail West.
Ths Last Act of the Tragedy.
Ia our issue last week, wo gave a
reasonably full report of the great trial of
Joseph Moore for the murder of Jordan
r 1 . l r c f ail nn Tlmrs-
AUalUUUI. UwlUlU Di.4ii.w
dav last, at 2 o'clock, P. II., after an
absence of three hours, the jury returned
to the Court-room with heir verdict
lguilty of Murder in the second degree."
Court then adjourned.
FRIDAY, lOlH DAY OF TRIAL.
Court met, end at ten minutes before
cine o'clock, in the morning, the prison
er entered the court-room. lie looked
much calmer and more self composed than
on any previous day of the trial, and ap
peared as though a great weight had been
lifted from his heart. And indeed a great
weight had been lifted lrom his heart, for
each individual of that Jury that found
. l.im guilty cf murder iu. the second degree
had personally called upon him, and gave
isiin the assurance that nothing but a
ftem sense of -the sacredness of the oatli
they had taken to support the lavr, could
have prevailed upon them to impute crime
w the unfortunate prisoner. H. L.
Johnston, Esq ,ttc leading counsel for the
defence, immediately arose, and addressed
tba Court briefly in tehalf of the prisoner,
sikiag that, as the cne attribute of the
hw, accountability for the crime comnnt
teJ, Lad been so Etrictly applied to hirn,
the other, the nobler cne of mercy, be
ako exercised in his behalf. The Judge
ihen commanded th ? prisoner to stand up,
and asked him, ia a solemn tone, "Have
you, Joseph Moore, anything to say why
tbe sentence of the larr should net be
passed upon you ?"
Tho prisoner replied, in a voice clear
tut subdued, and indicative of deep emo
tion, in thesa words :
I have nothing to Bay why the sentence of
the law should not be passed upon me, other
t'aao that I am very sorry for having commit
ted the act, and regret deeply that the bystand
ers did not interfere to prevent it. 1 acted
without reflection, and wa3 urged on by an
iTiuuLe I could not control. I am sorry now
for the act, and had I all the possessions cf the
forlJ, I would freely give them, ; yc-call what
I have clone. . But 1 am here now, with my
faailv raited and destroyed, to receive sen-
t nee, and all I a3k is the mercy of the Court.
Til S SENTENCE.
His Honor then proceeded to pass sen
tence upon the prisoner, in substance as
Seldom doe3 a duty devolve upon us that
gives us mora pain in its-execution than the
one we are now about to perform that of
passing sentence upon you, Joseph Moore.
8at while, as a man, we sympathize deeply
ith you, a3 a Judge, we are only acting in
conformity with our oath when we take the
fall measure of tho enormity of the crime of
xich, by a jury of your countrymen, you
have been found guilty. We are well aware
t2at the jurymen who returned a verdict of
'guilty of murder in the second degree" were
deeply impressed with that feeling of sym-rny-as
we are, yet they had that respect for
the oaths they had taken to support the law
h:cu compelled them to convict you of
ime. Ws have no desire to wound your
.fte!in3 by dwelling upon the magnitude cf
taat crime, nor to wound them in any uian
The punishment fixed by law for the
Jt offence of this character is imprisonment
Et to exceed twelve years ; and while it is in
tfie discretion of'the'Court to pass a lighter
Kottace, we feel that a cass rarely can arise
'ait would justify a punishment thus limited
tj be remitted in part, or altogether, unless
Wrrouaded by 6uch circumstances as would
a-l for the interference of Executive cremen-J-
Our duty is plainly before us we must
?rform nrhat it is our sworn duly to perform
J passicg sentence upon you. There is
Mother branch of the gevernuient made to
zch such cases, and which may yet take
ejaizance of yours.
The sentence is, then, that you, Joseph
undergo an imprisonment in solitary
refinement, in the Western Penitentiary, at
Khglteny, at hard labor, for Six Years and
direct the Sheriff to remove you thence
''Am thirty days.
Xbe most impressive .silence reigned
throughout the court-room during the
livery of the sentence and the preceding
emarks of the prisoner. The latter man
dated some emotion upon hearing the
Qtenee, as though surprised at its se
Terity; but in a moment,, apparently, he
overed himself, and there could plainly
read in hi3 countenance the. hope of
Tliua ended the greatest trial of a
minai character in the annals of Cam-
8 county; and although much dissatis,
"tionwas, and is, expressed at the ver
of the jury, the popular sentiment
CS decidedly favorable to acquittal on
ground or other, still it must be
er of gratulation to nil tuch that '
twelve men, on their solemn oathi, and
after a patient hearing of all the evidence,
which was very full and very explicit as
to tho fact of the killing, failed to impute
to Joseph Moore a greater degree of cen
sure in the premises than is implied by
tho words, "murder in the second degree."
Tho moral we -gather from all this is, that
the man who, through the hellish wiles
and seductions of the libertine, willfully
and deliberately accomplishes the destruc
tion of the peace and happiness of anoth
er's family and home, must needs take
upon his own head the consequences, be
what they may, of his crime.
Petitions, praying the Governor to par
don Moore, are circulating everywhere
throughout the county. One of these
was signed by every member of the jury
TRANSFER OF PROPEETT MAN SHOT BURGLA
RY A DRCSKEN HCSBASD THK LATE HOMI
CIDE, AC, AC.
Joiixstown, March 20, 1804
To the Editor of The Alleyhanian :
The stock of goods and property be-lon-nner
to the late firm of A. & J. Mar-
bourgwere sold last week. MessrsJohn
Geis and Lewis Plitt became the purcha
sers of the stock, amounting to the value
of nearly '$10,000. ' The dwelling house
and lot were bought by. Mr. C. Suppcs
for $4,500, and the store-room by Mr. J.
Weld, at what price I did not hear. . It
is the intention of Mr. A. MaibouT-C to
remove from this place as soon as he can
settle up his business.
.A man named Michael Curly vra.3 acci
dentally shot while standing on the porch
of his house, ia Cambria city, last even
ing. The ball penetrated his left side,
but striking a rib, glanced off, inflicting
a sovious though not necessarily fatal
wound. The shot was fired by one cf his
neighbors, who was carelessly discharging
Young Updegraff, who has been in jail
several times already for robbing tills,
has once more been exercising himself in
that particular line of business. In com
pany with an accomplice, he entered the
paint shep of Mr. G. Ileslop the other
night, and abstracted thereiroui the sum
of 15. They were detected, and hauled
up before 'Squire Itutledge, who, I pre
sume, bound them over to await trial.
Coming down Railroad street last night,
my attention was arrested by the painful
spectacla of a woman, holding a baby in
one arm, attempting to steady the erratic
footsteps of a drunken husband. It was
a pitiable sight, truly, and no jnore pitia
ble than disgraceful. The burden proving
too great for her strength, the woman was
compelled to relax her hold, when the
husband pitched forward with his face in
the mud. Oh ! that the fiends who. thus
drug a husband and father with accursed
rum could be compelled to undergo some
of the torments they inflict upon others,
and thereby experience in a measure the
punishment which awaits them in the
Petitions praying Gov. Curtin to pardon
Joseph Moore are circulating around. A
great deal of sympathy is manifested in
behalf of this unfortunate man, and it is
apprehended there will be little difficulty
in securing a pardon. Though no advo
cate of the doctrine of indiscriminate
LilHng, I hope this lesson will be a
warning to the very large number in our
midst who are tampering with the social
relations of their neighbors.
Tart of Co. M, 12th Pa. Cavalry, arriv
ed here this
is. in Philadelphia, for the purpose of re
cruiting. The weather for the past few days has
been on the rampage snowing, blowing,
freezing, and thawing, by turns. The
almanac assures us we will have a spell of
weather soon ; and hoping we may, I
conclude. May Leo.v.
Died : At Loretto, this county, on
Sunday morning last, of consumption,
after a protracted illness, which she boro
with Christian fortitude and resignation,
Mr3. Susan Carroll, wife of Capt. Jas.
Carroll, and daughter of M. Levy, Esq.,
aged 35 years.
A LIMITED NUMBER, of this issue of
The Alleghanian, containing Judge Tay
lor's charge to the jury in the Moore
murder case, with the final proceedings
of the trial, for sale, with or without
wrappers, at this office. Price five cents.
Ligiit Wanted. Did the murder
trial reporter for the Johnstown Democrat,
that "ready writer," and all that, indite
that puff for himself as published in last
week's Democrat ?
The weather during the past few days
"has been extremely cold.
WAS JUSTICE DONElMOOREf
JZditor Alleghanian : His honor, Judge
Taylor, in his charge to the jury in the
Moore murder case, after laying down the
law of murder and elaborately reviewing
tho testimony of the various witnesses,
said, in . so many words -"This simple
statement of the undisputed fact; in view
ot tho law as we have given it to you, gen
tlemen of the jury; discloses,' beyond any
room for reasanabfa doubt, if th( prisoner
teas at the time responsible, (meaning
Sane,') a WILLFUL, DELIBERATE, AND
PREMEDITATED KILLING." Tho penalty
of such a crime, he furthermore told them,
should be a verdict of "guilty of murder
in ih first degree." Notwithstanding these
express and unmistakable instructions,
that jury retired to their room, and, after
the lapse of two cr three hours, relumed
into Court with a verdict of murder in
the second degree ! Now upon what theo
ry can we account for this singular Verdict?
The Judge expressly told those twelve
men if Moore was adjudged to be sane at
the time of the homicide, it was their
duty to find him guilty of murder n the
first degree; if they found him insane,
they should acquit him. As I understood
the charge, and I think I understood it
aright, there was no half-way measure
possible in the case the verdict, to accord
with law and the evidence, must either be
murder in the first degree, or acquittal
upon the grounds of insanity. The Jury
must have failed to have found Moore sane
Wi the date of tlic. occurrence rpoken of
otherwi?e eir verdict must have been
murder hi tho first degree. Tailing to
find him sane, Vb? did the? laakc a com
promise with their conduces and bring
him in guilty of murder ia Csccon d de
gree? contrary to the Judge's iii.?tr.'iCtl0ns7
contrary to law, contrary to the evidet.cej
and contrary to common sense. . J
I, in common with many others, think,
and with good reason, that entire justice
was not done the unfortunate Moore.
The Concert. We neglected last
week to notice an exhibition given in the
Court house, on the 10 th inst., by Mr.
and Mrs. Luckhardt and daughter, and
Miss Scriba, a talented amateur vocal
performer, from Pittsburg, assisted by the
German Choir of Johnstown, in behalf of
the Lutheran Church of Johnstown. The
several parts were ably rendered, Miss
Scriba and Miss Luckhardt, in particular,
excelling all anticipations. The former
possesses a most charming voice, while the
latter has few equals as a pianist. Mrs.
L.'is also a superior" performer, Mr. L. is
an accomplished violinist, and the choir
attached to the congregation is . a most
excellent one. The concert gave general
SyThe murder trial is now over, and
the thought? of our people may safely be
diverted into another and a different
channel. James M. Thompson," at his
new store, P. O. building, has just received
a prime lot of fish, which he will sell low.
lie i3 alio receiving daily new supplies of
dry goods, such as ladies' pages, (go and
see what they are,) balmorals, zephyr,
&c, &c "Jim" deserves patronage.
yyOUSEKEEPERS, ATTENTION ! !
You all want a Clothes Wringer, in order
to get through-your washing earlier, spare
your strength, Jnd at the same time save
enough in the wear of clothes by using a
wringer, to pay for it in six months, at the
present price of cotton.
THE AMIDON WRINGEIl
has been placed in competition with all the
principal -Wringers in the market, and has In
every case come off victorious.
It is easily and firmly attached to any style
of tub, without the turning of screws.
It has -no cog wheels, galvanized frame, or
iron screws to rust and break.
figfk. Please call and examine an Amidon
"Wringer before you purchase any other.
For sale bv GEO. HUNTLEY.
Ebensburg, Feb. 11, 18G3.-tf
NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF
THE HUNTINGDON, CAMBRIA AND
INDIANA TUKNPIKE ROAD CO.
The Court of Huntingdon county at the
January term, 1864, directed to be pnid to
said Creditors two and one-fourth per cent,
on their claims on which former dividend
have been declared, wfcich I will pay on the
presentation of their certificates of deposit by
themselves or their agentsT
JOHN S. ISETT, Sequestrator.
Spruce Creek, February 18, 1864.
FOB MALES AND FEMALES.
Will open its thirty-fifth 6ession on
Wednesday, 20th April next. For further
Rev. ALEX. DONALDSON, Prin.
S. J. Craighead, A. M. teacher Elocution.
Miss II. N. Brackek, teacher Female Dep't.
lderOsi March, 17, 1864.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office, Ebens
burg, Fa., np to iAarch 1, 1864 :
Geo W Brown
Messrs Jones & Roberts
Mrs Emma Bryan '
EWCankling ? :
Miss Mary Connahan
Daniel J Davis
Miss Mary M Davis
R D Davis
John S Davis
Kinly M Evans
Daniel J Evans
Mrs. Mary J Griffith
Charles H Uarman
Michael Murray &
. John Murray
Miss Lucy Mozer
David Pew v '
Mrs. Catharine Parson
Miss Jennie Stewart 2
Mis3 Maria Sawyer
Miss Mary E Smith
John YT Yans
Mrs Jane Thorna
David W Jones .
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say they are advertised.
JOHN THOMPSON, P. M.
February 4, 1864. .
S Til AY STEER.
Came to the residence of the subscriber,
in Blacklick township, Cambria county, some
time in December last, a BRINDLE STEER,
right horn broken, white mark on forehead,
and one on rump, supposed to be about 3
years old. The owner is requested to come for
ward, prove property, and take her away, oth
erwise she will be disposed of according to
law. LEONARD OTT.
Ebensburg, March 17th, 18C3.
The property belonging to the heirs of
Evan Lloyd, dee'd., situate about 2J miles
south of Ebensburg, will be rented lor one or
Said property consists of two detached
farms, No. 1 having a dwelling house, bank
barn, and other necessary out buildings, in
good order, aood bearing orchard, and about
70 acres. of cleared land, and No. 2, about one
half mile distant from the former, with about
50 acres cleared. Said farms are well suited
for tilling or grazing purposes. Possession
given immediately if desired.
For terms apply to the subscriber, in Ebens
burg. - ELIZABETH LLOYD.
Ebensburg, Feb. 11, 1SC3.
EVANS re- ' '
Bli- snectfullr in- .
forms the tltizens of
countv creneral-.5?iW- J"??.t
Uil. v o -?
ne lias on-:
hand and '? sale at 1
his Ware-roou."' we.--
square westof fi'ai 3
Hotel, a large anit v
plendid assortment of 1 iJJJE T
he will sell very cheap. CP".PS Qade t0
order on the shortest notice unu .atn.l01ia"
ble prices. Ebensburg, Oct. 6,
GREEN & BROTHERS.
Lumber 21 er charts,
8ASII AND .DOOR FACTORY, ' '. ' '
CHESS SPRINGS, CAMBRIA CO., Pa. '
Flooring Boards, Sash, Doors, Frames, Laths ;
Veni'ian aud Panel Shutters, made to order
and constantly on hand.
. In connection with' the mill is a patent
Grist Mill, where corn, chop, 4c, can be
procured at short notice.
Sept, 3, 18G3-ly.
THE LATEST ARRIVAL !
WHO DON'T WANT BARGAINS!
A. A. BARKER,
Th subscriber takes pleasure in announ
cing to the people of Ebensburg and vicinity
that he has just received, at his store, ou
High street, the largest and most complete
ever before brought to this county, all ot
which he is determined to sell cheaper than
In endless variety.
Of every description
A full and complete assortment.
Embracing all the latest styles
Handsome and of the best quality.
Of all sorts, sizes 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, Queensware, Groceries, Flour, Bacon
Cheese, Syrups, Molasses, JIackercl, Her
ring and Cod Fish, Iron and Nails,
Cedar and Willow Ware, Drugs
and Medicines, Carbon and
Fish Oil, etc., etc., etc.
These, and many other descriptions of
Goods, too numerous to here mention, con
stantly on hand.
Not to mince matters, he keeps a
FIRST CLASS CO UNTR Y STORE,
where anything or everything a person may
need or desire can be obtained.
By buj ing a large stock at a time, and pay
ing for the same almost entirely in Cash, the
subscfibcr is enabled to sell considerably
cheaper than other dealers in this community.
To be convinced.of the truth of this assertion
you need only call and examine hi3 Schedule
NO CHARGE FOR SHOWING GOODS.
Customers will be waited upon by accom
ra?" Tho Public is requested tu roll in
the more the merrier and 6ecure Bargains.
A- A. BARKER.
NTIRELY VEGETABLE I
A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
VG GET ABLE EXTRACT.
A PURE TONIC-
DR. C. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, Pa.
Will effectually cure
CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY", DIS
EASES OF THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM A DIS
ORDERED LIVER OR STOMACH,
tion, Inward Piles,
Fulness or Blood to the
Head, Acidity of the Stomach
Nausea, Heartburn, disgust for food,
Fulltess or Weight in the Stomach, Sour
Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the pit
of the stomach. Swimming of the head,
nurried and Difficult Breathing,
Fluttering at the heart, Cho
king or Suffocating sensation
when in a lying posture,
Dimness of vision, Dots
or Webs before .the
eight, Fever and dull
pain in the head,
Defici e ncy of
skin and eyes, Pain ia the side, back, chest
Limbs, &c, Sudden Flushes of heat burning
in the flesh, constant imaginings of evil, and
great depression of Spirits.
Audi will positively prevent ' Yell O IV
Fever, iiilllous Fever, &c.
, ' THEY CONTAIN'.
NO ALCOHOL OR BAD WHISKEY I
They will cure the above diseases in ninety-nine
case3 out ot a hundred.
From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of
the Encyclopedia of Religions Knowledge.
Although not disposed to favor or recom
en Patent Medicines in general, through
distil31 of their ingredients and effects ; I
y4know" on sufficient reasons why a man
may not tes.5C to the benefits he believes
himself to havb ffceived from any simple
preparation, in the. P?0,. ibat he taa7 tnus
contribute to the.benefit officers.
I do this the more readiTr & regard to
noofland'8 German Bitters, prepared b Dr.
C. M. Jackson, of this city, because 1 vra3
prejudiced against them "for many ye.rs,
uu . uuji tcoiuu iwai invy wer"S CalcUV
an acloholic mixture. I am indebted to my
friend Robert Shoemaker., for the removal of
this prejudice by proper tests, and for en
couragement to try them, . when suffering
from great and long continued debility. The
use of three bottles of these Bitter?, at the
beginning of the present year, was followed
by evident relief, find restoration to a decree
of bodily and mental vigor which I hadnot
felt for six mouths before, and had almost
despaired of regaining. I therefore thank
God and my friend for directing me to ue
them. J. NEWTON BROWN.'
PaitAD'A., Jess 23 161,
Will build up the constitution, and give
health and strength to an overtasked and
Philadelphia, August 12, 1862.
Dr. C. M. Jackso.n Dear Sir: While in
Virginia, owing to the change of water, 1 was
taken with a severe dianhoea, which seemed
incurable, and which greatly weakened me.
When we reached Martinsburg, I feared that
I should have to come home; but noticing
some of your Bitters in the store of Mr. H. 11.
Price, in that town, I purchased a supply, and
on taking it was speedily restored to health.
The diarrhoea was quickly checked, and I
experienced no return of it. A number of
my comrades who suffered' in the same
manner and from the same cause, with whom
I shared tin Bitters, join me in this certificate.
I expect to return to the seat of war with the
Legion, and I shall certainly take a supply of
the Bitters in my knapsack. I would not be
without it for its weight in gold, particularly
on going into a limestone region.
Yours, truly, A. E. ALMEUS,
Company 3, Scott Legion.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
See that the signature of "C. M. Jackson"
is on the wrapper of each bottle.
Price per bottle !5 cent
Or half dozen for $4.
Should your nearest Druggist not have the
article, do not be put olf bv any of the intox
icating preparations that may be ottered in
its place, but send touj, and we will forward
by express, securely packed.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE akd MANUFACTORY
No. 631 ARCH ST.
(Successors to C M. JACKSON, & Co.,)
Cg-For sale by Dr. G. II. KEYSER, 41
Wood St., SIMON JOHNSON, corner Fourth
and Smithfield sts., Pittsburg, and by drug
gists and Dealers in every town in the United
States. . . . . TJnl7 '63-1,v
HON. WILSON M'CANDLESS, Judas of th
United State Circuit Court, President.
PITTSBURGH, PA:, corner Pean. and Si
Clair Sts. ,
The Largest, Cheapest and Heat
$35.0t? Pays for a Commercial court..:
JE?"No extr charges for Manufactarer,
Steamboat, RailrC.nl and J?aak Boox-Keep-
Ministers' Sons at ha! price. fcdnti
enter and review at any time.
This Institutioniscouductcd by e?pen'eneei
Teachers and principal Accountants, who
prepare young men for active business, at the
least expense and shortest time, for the most
lucrative and responsible situations. Diploma
granted for merit only. - Hence the universal
preference for graduates of this College, br
business men. .
Pbov. A. Co wlev, the best. Penman of the
Union, who holds the largest No. of 1st Pre
miums, and over all competitors, teaches
Rapid Business Writing.
Circulars containing full information, sent
free on application to the Principals
. JENKINS & SMITH, Pittsburg, P.
li" Attend where the Sons and Clerka ot
Bankers and Business men graduate
April 24, !862-ly.
Hcstixgdos, June 11 18G3.
MEN WANTED FOR THE INVALID CORPS.
Only ;tho8e faithful soldiers who, from
wounds or the hardships of war, are no
longer fit for active field duty will be received
into this Corps of Honor. Enlistments will
be for three years unless sooner discharged.
Pay and allowances same a3 for officii tad
men of the United States Infantry; except
that no premiums or boucty for enlistment
will be allow ed. This will not invalidate any
pensions or bounties which may be due tor
previous services. j . ,
All persons honorably discharged from the
service, not liable to draft, whether they bave
served in tLis war or not, can be admitted,
into this Corps of Ilouor.
Men'who nr? still in service and unable to
perform eCeclive fitldj may be transferred to
this corps. . . ". . ... -
For the convenience of service, thelmea
will be e elected for three grades of duty
Those who are most efficient and able bodied,
and capable of informing guard duty, etc.,
etc., will fcc armed withmuskets, and assigned
to companies of the Frst Battallion. Those
of the next degree of efficiency, including
those who have lost a hand or. an arm ; and
the least effective, including those who have
lost a foot cr a leg, to the companies of the
Second or Third Battallions; they will be
armed with swords.
The duties will be chiefly to act as provost
guards aud garrisons for cities ; guards for
hospitals and other public buildings; and aa
clerks, orderlies, 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
men who have completely fulfilled the pre
scribed conditions of admission to the Invalid
Cons, viz t " 1
1. That the applicant is unfit for service In
the field. . ..
2. That he is fit for the duties, or some ot
them, indicted above. . - .
3. That, if not now in the service, he wu
4.'. 'Tbt It -a is meritorious and deserving.
For t.nlisuentor further information apply
to the Board of ITrroIlmtnt for the district ia
which the applicant ia & resident.
, J. D. CAilPBELL,
- ' Capt. and Provost Marshal.
Ebensburg, July 2, 1863.-tf.
TBEXSBURG HARDWARE ANr
R'drXS TO EE HAD
The ui; bed has Just received a large
and splcv sortment of Hardware" and
Cutlery, CooKing, Parlor and Heating Stoves,
Lamps and pure Carbon Oil, Japanned and
Brittannia Ware, Glass Wafe, &c, ic, all ot
which he will sell very low for CASH or-exchange
for Country Produce.
lie still continues to manufacture Tin and
Sheet Iron Wnre of all descriptions, for Fale
f ithcr hy the Wholesale or Retail. Repairing
done on short notice.
He returns b9 sincere thanks to his old
friends and customers for the patrouage ex
tended him, and begs leave ti hope that they
will come forward and settle up their Recount
of long landing, aad commence the new Tear
"on the squiire." He mutt hP.ve moneT to
enable him to keep up his stock.
BQ. Prices low, to su"t tho imes.
-' . GEO. HUNTLEY,
Ebensburg, Jany. 9, 1862tf
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