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LOCUL AND PERSONAL
Ebensburg and CbessonIIailroap.
On and after. Monday, November IG, 1863,
jias an this roa1 wUl run aa follows !
At 7.20 A. connecting -with Bait. Ex-
' press West and Thro' Acnom East.
&t 7.15 P. M., connecting with Mail Train
"West and Thro' Express East.
At 10.45 A.M., or on departure of Thro'
At 8.45 P. M., or on departure ol Express
East and Mail "West.
Patronize Your Own Mechanics.
-Sluch of tho prosperity of a village
is dependent upon its mechanics. Many
large and thriving towns have been built
op alm6st entirely by the skill and enter
prise of this class of citizens. It is to
the Interest of every community that me
chanical industry be patronized to the
fullest extent. Knowing this and who
Joes not? it should be laid down as one
of the cardinal rules ot faith of a town or
villasre that its own mechanics be aided
and encouraged. ' By affording labor to
their own citizens, the people of a place
are adding just so much to their own in
dustrial wealth; by withholding it, they
are to the same degree detracting from
their prosperity, to the building up of
another locality. Some men have strange
notions on the subject of economy. That
they may save a small 3um,"say the price
of a "drink," at home, they pay a large
turn, in expenses of different kinds, and
ft their work dono abroad. This is
"savin? at the spiggot and losing at the
lungholo." Even if a dollar or two were
med by the operation, it would still as
fiaio the proportions of. a penny-wise
pound -foolish policy; for in the same
proportion that one's home mechanics are
: i .i - v
ii;:-couragca is tne vaiue ui um; a uuuiu
property decreased. '
A good, worthy mechanic iot worth a
dollar is of more account to a town than
a niggardly speculator with his thousands.
The former is constantly adding to the
wealth of the place, whereas the latter is
impoverishing it. The man who fails to
etcooragc his neighbor mechanics is an
cemy to the community in which he
lives. His small-fisted selfishness may
possibly add somewhat to bis own personal
gains, hat it 4e.irqys in a degree the
prosperity of the town Hi which be lives.
Patronize your own mechanics !
Ir is Cominq ! As will be seen by
re'erence to their flaming advertisement
ia another column, Gardner & Ilemmings'
Great American Circus will exhibit in
Tuesday. This "Show" has been with us
often, and has given such general sat
isfaction, that it is almost unnecessary fur
us to make more than the announcement
above. But we will add that in addi
tsii to their usual troupe of eques
trians and acrobats, G. & II. have also in
to? a troupe ot live Arabs, five in num-
kuu win ippxax m a. jicnuiiuouvv.
ve cpnf l)r nof foil tn crn and pee.
Remedy for tiie Potato Disease.
W that the potato-planting season is at
knd, it may not be uninteresting to our
saiere to know that a scientific French
man has discovered, or imagines he hag
Covered, a remedy for the potat dis
e. The secret consists simply in plant-
:gthe seed after the first of June, ins'tead
1 in April apd May. By this plan the
tyato escapes the frosts of April, and the
is not exposed to the hot sun of July.
Ornate frost and heat, it is thought,
"e the effect of corrupting the root by
!f opposing influences.
Political. Messrs. Michael Woods,
lustown, James Meyers, Ebensburg,
Bracken, Conemaugh, and George
irley, Ebensburg, announce, through
ie Democratic prints, that they are Can
utes for the Sheriffalty of Cambria
'inty, "subject to decisionof Dem. Co.
toYention." Gen. James Potts, Johns-
:,a, is out for the Legislature.
Change in the School Law. Tho
passed by tho Legislature, last winter,
Prpriating the money applied to Com-
4a Schools in proportion to tho number
"Molars in attendance in eaeh district,
teen repealed. The money will be
rued hereafter in DroDortion to tho
ol taxables . in tho several dis-
Bles3 IIim. Let Him Go!" We
from the Johnstown Democrat that
' . B. M'Cormick, possibly better
'5oa as the "Six-dollar Dictionary
has become one of the editors of
4 tsburg -i W.. .
Johnstown, May 8, 1861.
Dear AUtghanian : Mr. Joseph Moore,
lately bo prominent before the public, was
robbed last week of the Bum of 200.
This money was the proceeds of the sale
of hs furniture, &c. He had placed it in
the side pocket of his coat, and cm retiring
to bed, at the Kernyille Hotel, had hung
the coat on the bed-post. Afterward, he
got up and spread the coat over his bed.
In the morning, when he arose and looked
for it, his coat was gono, while another
had been substituted ia its stead. The
other occupants of .the room, four or five
in number, were immediately searched,
but the money could not be found. This
amount constituted Moore's all, and he
feels the loss greatly.
Emanuel Young, o butcher in Kern
yille, lost $90 one day last week. His
impression is that he dropped it on the
Adam James, a young Welshman, who
enlisted from this place in the 7th Pa.
cavalry, was accidentally, shot a few weeks
ago, while with his regiment. He had
leaned his gun against the .fence, and
while in the act of retaking it, the hammer
caught, exploding the cap, and lodging
the contents in his abdomen. Ho was
about 22 years of age, and bore an excel
Jack Litzinger, of your town, met with
a rather serious accident while at work in
the Hotting Mill) last week. He was
reaching through' the machinery for some
purpose, when his coat caught in the cogs
of a wheel, and his arm being thereby
drawn in, a largo piece of flesh was sev
ered from it. The -presence of miad of
a fellow workman, who pulled the. belting
off the wheel and thus stopped its revolu
tions, probably saved the arm from being
taken totally off.
I must again encroach upon your space
to notice a couple cf serenades, which
came off at our front door during the
balmy evenings of last week. Tho first
was instrunjental, and tho four young
gentlemen performers will please accept
the thanks -of "our house" for their excel
lent music. The other was vocal, and a
compliment to your correspondent. You
can just imagine how pleasant it would be if
you were to awake some night and hear the
enchanting voices of five young ladies
singing under your window. Then phan
cy my pheelinks! If our statutes only
permitted polygamy, and those five young
ladies would have me, I would lose no
time in securing the entire "Leap Year
Troupe," a3 partners for life. How pleas
ant it would be to make them go out under
your window and sing you to 6leep every
As personal mention, I may notice that
Chas. P. Murray has opened a shoe store
in Mastcrson's old corner. Charlie is a
clever fellow, and your readers who hap
pen down this way should not fail to give
him a call.. I might also notice that if
they want fashionable and cheap clothing
they Carr call ou A. Drammell, next door
to J. Geis store.
A deserter named Meyera was arrested
last night by Pro. Mar. lleyer, and for
warded to his regiment.
The ground adjoining the site oP the
new Woolen factory has been laid out in
building lots, and tho name of Town's-End
given to the locality. This name is partly
in compliment to A. J. Townsend, the
heaviest stockholder in the factory, and
partly that it will constitute the end of
our town for the present.
The Tribune, (Johnstown,) in an edito
rial last week, avers that "Sbakspeare
still lives." This is a mistake. Sbak
speare is dead ! With great expense, and
after considerable research, I have suc
ceeded in discovering an old body-servant
of the renowned S., who is several cen
turies old, at least. He gives me the
interesting information that he dandled
the infant prodigy on his knee. lie says
it was his wont to call him "Billy," but
that his real name was William William
Speare. . At the age of 40, William took
the Western fever and emigrated toward
suii. where' ibo
shortly added to tho fever. In a brief
space of time ho shook himself to pieces ;
and so, to distinguish him from all name
sakes, his neighbors called him "Shake
speare. There :s a tradition that he,
Phoenix-like, arose from his ashes, and
wrote a number of dramatic performances
for tho "Star of tbe West" and "Bird of
Avon,-'troupc3, but this the antiquated
servant indignantly denies. He insists
that Billy never wrote anything except
the anthems popularlascribcd to Mother
Goose, and an essay 'on dogs, concluding
with the terse and vigorous remark that
"dogs is a good thing about a-house
everybody ought to have a dog or two."
1 think there can be no mistake in asserting
that Siakspeare is very dead. May Leos. ,
Fallino Back! The Johnny Rebs.
under Lee, after much fume and brag,
instead cf standing up acd fighting ia an
open field, appear to be falling back on
the entrenchments at Richmond. Some
people here receatly undertook to buy
Spring Goods at some other store than
Jamea M. Thompsoa,s,'EbeasbuTg, bat a
single experiment has proved to them also
the necessity of "falling back" upon the
P. O. emporium.
Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment.
A certain cure for pains in limbs and back,
sore throat, croup, rheumatism, colic, &c; A
perfect family medicine, and never fails!
Read ! Read ! ! Read ! !!
Livonia, Wayne co., Mich., June 16, '59.
This is to certify that my wife was taken
with Quinsy eore throaty it commenced to
swell, and ivas bo sore that she could not
swallow, and coughed violently. I used your
Liniment, and made a perfect euro in one
week. I firmly believe that but for the Lini
ment she would have lost her life.
JOHN II. HARLAN.
Price 25 and 50 cents. Sold by all druggists.
Office 56 Cortlaudt St., New-York. May 12.
LIST OF LETTERS
Romaiuing in tho Post Office, Ebens
buxg, Pa., up to ilay 1, 18G1 :
TILL EXHIBIT IN
EBENSBURG, TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1SG
JOHNSTOWN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18.
' GARDNER & HEMMttlC'S
GREAT AMERICAN CIRCUS
Gaedser, IlEjnnxGa & Co -Dan
Gardner - - - -
The Management takes cleasure
ia announcing that for the season
of 1:334, they are enabled to pre- "
seat many new and startling nov
elties, among which may be na
me a ; a
Troupe1 Real Arabs
Consist ins of
5 Male and Female t
Of tho most extraordinary de
ception, foremost among which is
Z A It A ,
The Beutifnl Arab Girl,
Thi Om.v FisiLt Contortion
ist in the WoBi.r), whose feajs
are ot so wonaertul a character,
that they have been a theme of
conversation wherever the has
PnrMTrR Gtvsjit of the Tbovpe
The great original single Trapere
Performer. This young Arabian
Gymnast, during his extraordina
ry Act, HANGS BY THE NECK
on the Fragile Ear of the Trapeze
and whilA thus suspended beats a
Gbd March vpoji the Dbw.
This Son of the Desert performs
many other new and startling
feats totally unlike anything ever
before seen in this country.
the Man ef Strength.
tha Female Gymnastic Wonder. .
the astonishing Arabian Gymnast,
form the other members of the
troupe, who all appear in Tstty
Pyramids, Diriks Liak, S-c,
illustrating Gymnastics upon the
Great Desrt cf the Old World. .
The Manager would cajl attention to the
MAGNIFICENT BAND CHARIOT
Constructed expressly for the season at the cost of SfiGCO
by Fielding Brothers, the celebrated Coach Builders of
New York. City. The design of this chariot is of the
most unique and most elaborate description. Tho pre
vailing colors are gold, red and blue, and as it enters
town upon the morning of exhibition drawn by 12Sfle:
did Chargers gaily comparisoned, a tout ensemble ia
presented of impossing richness and grandeur. THE
FAVILLION which is capable of seating SUOO spectator
is entirely new and was manufact ured expressly for this
Season,- ai a cost of AXV by Mr. Henry Dougherty of
South St., New York. The Cans I ages, Ha&ress, Bao
cage Vans, Properties and Appointments are beauti
ful in the extreme. The Stud of Horses, Ponies and
Muxes are of the finest and best trained collection in the
world. The Troupe of Performers compose the Elite of
the Profession. Look at the Nam es ;
the People's Favorite Clown.
Equestrian and Tight Rope Artist
f JOHN RIVERS,
- Punster and Comic Vocalist.
Frank Carpenter, .
the Celebrated Equestrian.
Signor De Louis,
the Best Gymnast of the Ago.
the accomplished Maetre
. De Cirque. . ,C
the Great American Tumbler.
Miss Eliza Gardner
the Pride of the Arena.
M ME. CAMILLA,
the Famed Parisian Equestrl
enne. x . . ., ' If
4La Ketn uamma.
the Infant Prodigy. t .
v .the Pocket Clown. '
Also Messrs. Dubois,
- Velande, Hentle,
together with numerous well Se
lected Auxiliaries Tha above '
Talented Artists will appear at
each Exhibition, in conjunction
The Arab Troupe,
In every variety of Scen e Kiuibg,
Trick Aiding, Gtmnastic and
Acrobatic Exercises, Tum
bling, Dancing, Sengixg, be,
or Grand Orchestra,
is compeced of many musical ce
lebrities, headed by the great
Macstra, Fbitz IIartman.
The Grand Procession,"
will be of the most elegant char,
acteri headed br the Koyal Band
Chariot, and will enter the town
between O and 10 o'clock, A. M.
Two Exhibions each day. Af
ternoon and Evening.
Doors Open at 2 and 7 P. M.
Performance to commence half
an hour later.
Admission 50 and 25 Cents.
tri Tlav and Date, but
V AA V Wrw e-s,w J .
wait for tho Uig Show ana tue tteai roupe
of Arabs. Von't confound this with, aay
other establishment. We "defy competi
tion W. 11. GARDNER, Agent.
Robert E Davis
Thos Davis (North)
Evan B Davis
tobt R Davis
Tlica G Davis
Daniel J Evans
Miss Sarah Evans
Win J Edwards
Miss Allis Gowa
John J Hughes
Mi39 Sarah J fi t
Mis3-Mary E Jones
John A Jones .
Miss M A Jones
Tho3 L Jones
Wm G Jones
Miss Catharine Jones
Mrs Arvilla Klin
Chas D Litzinger
Miss Mary J Larimer
A G Miller .
Mis3 Susan Pryce 2
John W Rough
Miss Evoline E Reese 2
Miss Mary Reeso
David G Reese
William B Seldley 2
Mrs Elizabeth Slomiker
Geo W Thomas
Mrs Elenor Tibbott
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say they are advertised.
JOHN THOMPSON, P, M.
May 5, 1864.
.Four-fifths of time and hard labor saved by
ISAAC C. SINGER'S
NEW AND COMPLETE TIRE AND BAND
Patented March 10, :8G3. Its chief advanta
1st. Having strong gear wheels to obtain
power, one man can operate it to bend cold
wagon tire, any size under 1 by 4 inches.
2d. Having movable collars, to hold the
bar square on the portable rollers, it takes all
twist out of the bar, while bending in a regu
lar circle. ' t
3d. It can be shifte'd to bend to any desired
circle, from one up to twelve feet, in one
4th. Having a movable centre post, which
can be quickly taken off, tires and bands are
easily taken out.
5th. The, upper ribbed roller will always
draw the bar through.
6th. Being guaged and numbered, a card
with directions accompanies it.
TheMaghine in good (oil the journals)
running order, bolted upon a strong piece of
timber, without lege cr crank, for $23, or with
legs and crank for 30.
All cash orders promptly attended to.
' State and County Rights lor sale.
ISAAC C SINGER.
Ebensburg, April 14, l8G4-tf.
TAYLOR A; CREMER,
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
$16 per 100.
Peach trees, 15 to 20 ct3 each $12.50 tc
$j5 per 10
Standard Pear trees, 50 to 75 cts oach.
'. ;DwarfPear trees, 50$to$leach 20 to $6
per 100 -Dwarf
Apple trees, 50 to 75 cts each
Standard Cherry trees 37 h to 75 cts
Dwarf Cherry trees 50 to 75 cts.
Plum trees 50 cts.
Apricot trees x40 to 50 cts.
Jsectarine trees 25 cts each.
Grape Vines 25 cts to Si.
Silver Maple trees G2 J 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 ctr
Strawberry Plants, $1 per 1Q0, &c. sc.
Huntington, Jan. 25, 1860.-tf..
EBENSBURG HARDWARE ANL
BA n OA IAS TO BE HA D ! .
The undersigned has just received a large
and splendid assortment of Hardware xmd
Cutlery, Cooking, Parlor and Heating Stoves,
Nails, Window Glas3, Hoop Iron, Carbon Oil
Lamps and pure Carbon Oil, Japanned and
Brittannia Ware, Glass Ware, &c, Ac, all ot
which he will sell very low for CASH or ex
change for Country Produce.
ne still continues to manufacture Tin and
Sheet Iron Ware of all descripti6n3, 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 standing, and commence ihe new year
"on the square."" He must have money to
enable him to keep up his stock.
B Prices low,- to suit the times.
Ebensburg, Jany. 9, l8C2tf
v CABINET WARE-ROOM.
RE V A N S re- - ,
A spectfully in-
forms the tltizeus of -jizt ,"L- v
Ebensburg, and Cam- (fL r)j
oria county general- -f v - ;t-il r-L
ly, that he has on 'iSMf
hand and far sale, at -. SI
his Ware-room, P 'SSC iiUlX ,
square west of Blair's ' ZP
hotel, a large and
splendid assortment of FURNITURE, whiih
He will sell very cheap. COFFINS made tb
order on the shortest notice and at reasona
ble prices. Ebensburg, Oct. 6, 1859:
Letters testamentary on the estate of
George Glass, dee'd., late of White township,
Cambria county, having been granted to the
subscriber by the Register of said county, all
persons indebted to said estate are requested
to call and settle the same immediately, and
those having claims against said estate will
present them, properly authenticated, for set
tlement. The undersigned will bo ut the late
residence of George Glass, dee'd., every
Saturday afternoon for the purpose of making
settlements. DANIEL A. GLASS, Ex?r.
White tp., April 14, 1364.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. '
Letters ot Administration on the estate
of Rebecca Crum, late of Summcrhill town
ship, Cambria county, deceased, having been
granted the subscriber by the Register of said
county, all persons indebted to said estate
are hereby notified to call and settle their
respective accounts immediately, and those
having claims agitinst the same -will present
them, properly authenticated, for settlement.
JOSEPH MILLER, Adinr.
Arril 28, 186-1-61
JgNTIRELY VEGETABLE !
A HIGHLY. CONCENTRATED
A PURE TONIC.
DR. HOOFLAND S
DR.C. M.JACKSON, Philadelphia, Pa
Will effectually cure
CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY", DIS
EASES OF, TIIE 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,
Fulness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour
Eructations, Sinkiog or Fluttering at the pit
of tho stomach. Swimming of the head,
Hurried and Difficult Bicathing,
Fluttering at the heart, Cho
king or Suffocating sensations
when in a lying posture,
Dimness of vision, Dots
or Webs before the
sight, Fever and dull
pain in the head,
skin and eyes, Paiu ia'the side, back, chest
Limbs, 4c, Sudden Flushes of heat burning
in tho ilesh, constant imagiuing3 of evil, and
great depression of Spirits.
And will positively prevent YclIOVT
Fever, Iiilllous Fever, &c.
NO ALCOHOL OR BAD WHISKEY !
They will cure the above diseases ia niuc-ty-niue
cases out of a hundred.
fj-oni Rev. J. Newton Brown, D..D., Editor of
the Encyclopedia of fteligiou3 Kn owledsre.
Although not disposed to favor or recom
mend Patent Medicines in general, through
distrust of their ingredients and c-tt'erta I
yet know of no sulScient reasons win- a man
may not testify to tho benefits he bclievt3
nimseii 10 nave received from any simple
lut-jjiwiiiiuu, m iub nope mat he may thus
contribute to the benefit of others.
I do this the more readily in' regard to
noonana a uernian JJitters, prepared by Dr
C. M. Jackson, of this city, because 1 wa;
them .for many
" UilJ J t ill
under the impression that they were chiefiy
an acloholic mixture. I am indebted to my
Inena Kobert Shoemaker., for the removal of
mis prejudice by proper tests, and for en
couragement to try them, when suffering
from great and long continued debility. The
use ot three bottles of these Bitters, at the
beginning of the present year, was followed
by evident relief, and restoration to a degree
of bodily and mental vigor which I had not
ftlt for six months before, and had almost
despaired ot regaimng. I therefore thank-
God and my friend fiH- directing mp in nia
them. J. NEWTON BROWN.
Puilaij'a., Jcse 23, 18G1,
Will build up the constitution, and give
health and strength to an overtasked and
Philadelphia, August t"2, 1SC2.
Dr. C. 11. Jacksos Dear Sir: While in
Virginia, owing to the change of w ater, I was
taken with a severe diarihoea, which seemed
incurable, and which greatly weakened me.
When we reached Martinsburg, I feared that
I should have to come honi-j but noticing
somfc of your Bitters in the store ef Mr. II. if.
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 th 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. AL5IECS, .
Company II, Scott Legion.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
See that the signature of "C. II. Jackson"
13 on the wrapper of each bottle.
. Price per bottle 75-ccnla
Or jalf dozen for $1.
Should your nearest Druggist not have the
article, dJ not be put off bv any of the intox
icating preparations that may" be clfei-ed in
its place, but send tou3, and wt will forward
by express, securely packed.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE akd MANUFACTORY
No. 631 ARCH ST.
(Successors to C 31. JACKSON, & Co.,)
For sale by Dr. G. II. KISYSER, 41
Wood st., SIMON JOHNSON, corner Fourth
and Smithfield sts., Pittsburg, and by drug
gists and Dealers in everv town in the United
States. ' Julv 0, '63.!vj
HON. WILSON JPCANDLESS, Judga of the
United States Circuit Court, President.
PITTSBURGH, PA:;' corner Pcnu and St
' . Clair ots. .
Tlic Largest, Cheapest and lie si
35. OO Pays for a Commerc ial course.
JKSNo extra charges for Manufacturers,
Steamboat, Railroad and Hank Booi-Keep-iujr.
Ministers' Sons at half price. Students
enter and review at anv time.
This Institution is conducted bv experienced
Teachers and principal Accountants, who
prepare young men for active business, nt tho.
least expense auji shortest time, lor tho most
lucrative and responsible situations. Di louis
granted for merit only. Hence the universal
preference for graduates of this College, b)
Prof. A. Cowlky, the best Penman of tho
Union, who holds the largest No. of 1st Pro
miums. and over all competitors, teache
Rapid Business Writing.
Circulars" containing full information sent
free on application to the Principals.
JENKINS & SMITH, Pittsburg, Pa.
CG5" Attend where the Sons and Clerks ot
Bankers and Business men graduated
April 24, !852-ly.
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TIHi-LATEST ARRIVAL !
WHO DON'T WANT BARGAINS!
A. A. BARKER,
The subscriber takes pleasure in announ
cing to the peojilc of Ebensburg and vicinity'
"that he lias-just received. -at his store, oti
High street, the largest aud most complete
ever before brought to this county, nil ot
which he is determined to sell cheaper Uuxn
In endless variety.
" Of every description
A full and complete Assortment.
Embracing all the latest style3
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 materi:1.
MILLINERY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
HOSIERY AND GLOVES..
Hardware, Queenswars, Groceries, flour, Bucc
Cheese, Syrups, Molasses, ilucienl, Her
ring and Cod Fish, Jron and XaiU,
Cedar and Willow Ware, Drug,
and Medicines, Carbon and
Fish Oil, ttc, ctc. cc.
These, and many other descriptions of
Goods, too numerous to here mention, con
stantly ou hand.
Not to mince matters, he keeps a
FIRST CLASS CO US TRY STORE,
whore, anything or everything a person niay
uttd ox desire can be obtained.
By buying a large stock at a time, and pay
ing lor the same almost entirely in Cash, the
subscriber is enabled to sell consiJeralli
cheaprr than other dealers in this community.
To be convinced of the truth of fhis assertion
you need only call and examiue his Schcdula
of Prices. -
NO CHARGE FOR SHOWING GOODS.
Customers will be waited upon by accom
modating Salesmen. .
tST" The Public is requested x-j roll in .
the more the merrier and secure Barpains,
A. A. BARKER.
James Purse, agent fo the Blair county
and Lycoming Mutual Fire Insurance Com
panies, Johnstown, Pa.
ZO" Will attend promptly to making iasu
rftuce in any part of Cambria county - ; cu
application by letter or in person.
March 12th, IS0J-U,