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IIow John Jacob Astor Became
Rich. A writer in lla-por's Magazine,
speaking of the late John Jacob Astor,
thus Epcak9 of the manner ia which he
acquired his great wealth :
"It was neither furs nor teas that gave
him $20,000,000. "When ho arrived in
New York, it contained only 25,000 in
habitants. In 1800, when he began to
have money to invest, the city had Degun
to double in population, and had advanced
nearly a mile up the island; Astor lore-
saw its future growth,
uou-'iit all tne
lands and lots just beyond
the verge of
the citv that he could ee. One
nnecdote will show the wisdom of this
proceeding. lie sold a lot in thd vicinity
of Wall street, in IS 10, for $8,000, which
was supposed to be somewhat under its
value. The purchaser, after the papers
were signed, seemed disposed to chuckle
over his bargain. Whv, Mr. Aster said
he, 'this lot will be worth 12,000.'
'Very true replied Astor, 'but now you
i-hall see what 1 will do with this money.
With S3,000 I will buy eighty lots above
Canal street. By tho time your lot will
be worth 12,000 my eighty lots will be
worth SSO.OOO" which proved to be the
fact. In the course of time, the islands
was dotted all over with Astor lands to
such an extent that the whole income
from his estate for fifty years could be in
vested in new houses, without huyic
Didn't Want a Substitute. Mr. Pil
kinson, a small farmer in Pennsylvania,
was some time ago drafted for the service
of his country. His wife, though she post-esses
but a small stock of general infor
mation, is one of the bestcf conjugal part
ners, and was much troubled at the thought
of parting with her husband. As she was
engaged in scrubbing off her doorsteps, a
rough looking stranger came up and thus
addressed her :
"I hear, madam, that your husband lias
"Ye?, sir, he has," answered Mr?. Pil
kioson, "though, dear knows, there's few
couldn't be better spared from their fam
ilies." "Well, madam, I havo come to offer my
self as a substitute for him."
"A what?" asked II:s. Pilkinson, with
"1 am willing to take his place," said
"You take the place of my husband, you
wretch. I'll teach you to insult a distressed
woman that way, you vagabond " cried
Mrs. Pilkinson, as she discharged the dirty
6oapsuds in the face of the discomfittcd and
nstouished substitute, who took to hi? heels
just in time to escape having his head
broken by the bucket.
A New Fire Extinguished. Galig
nani'a Messenger says that an apothecary at
Nantes has just discovered, by the merest
Occident, that ammonia will put out fires,
lie happened to have about seventy litres
of benzine in hi? cellar, and his boy, in
going down carelessly with a light, had set
fire to it. Assistance was speedily at hand,
and pail after pail of water wa3 poured
into the cellar, without producing any
effect, when the apothecary himself took
up a pail which was standing neglected
in a corner, and emptied the contents into
the cellar. To his astonishmentj the fire
was quenched as if by magic, and upon
examination he found that the pail, which
belonged to his laboratory, had contained
a quantity of liquid ammonia. The result
is easy to explain on scientific principles,
for ammonia, which consists of 82 parts of
nitrogeu and 18 of hydrogen, is easily de
compoped by heat; and the nitrogen thus
Fet free in the midst of a conflagration
must. infallibly put out tho flames.
Do You Want to Invest ? Here, is
n good hit at the flaming advertisements
of oil stock companies" now filliug tha
newpapers iu every direction :
"Capital Stock, $1,000,000,000 ! An
' tipodal tr oleum Company ! Shares, par
value, 610,000 each price 25 cents. The
well is bored entirely through the earth,
extending from Oil Creek, Pennsylvania,
to the lloang Ho in the Celestial Empire,
and has consequently a double outlet. An
immense blowpipe will be inserted in the
Chinese outlet, to promote cn unbroken
flow of oil from the western well, which
it is supposed will be equal to a hundred
barrels of refined Petroleum per minute.
"Gointoem Strong, IWst.
"P.VUTICULAU PlIlTTS, Secy."
- " -
X.What is the di.Teretjee between
Jenkins and Jenkins' dog's tail? Why,
Jenkins keeps a carriage, and his dog's
tail kecp3 a waggin' !
OF ALL KINDS
NEATLY and expeditiously
"ALLEG II ANIAN" OFFICE,
HIGH St., EBENSBURG, TA
03ERT DAY IS' BUILDING UP STATUS.
TEiXD DOOR BACK.
) A K I C ARRANGEMENTS!
10 to 40 gallons.
3 quarts to 40 gallons.
all sort? and kind3.
SnEET-IRON WARE every vay fry.
EXAM EL ED $ T I XX ED IROX WARE
for 23 cents, worth 37 cents.
SAD IRONS, or SMOOTHING iRONS,
all sizes and best quality, 5 to Z cts per lb.
Trimmed complete, with baking arrangements,
$8 to $23.
EGG STOVES, 04.50 to S13.u0.
ULAT1XG COOK STOVES, $3.00 to $3.00.
BRADLEY COOKING STOVES, Patent,
Graff & Co., Mitchell, Hcrron & Co.,
Abbot k Noble, A. J Gallagher's,
and every otlier Pittsburg or Philadelphia
Steves alway3 on hand or procured on 5
ODD PLATES AND GRATES for Stoves,
always on hand.
CARE ON OIL LAMPS, 62 cts. to $1.25.
Chimneys and Wicks for Lamps- always on
BEST QUALITY, put up and PAINTED at
10 cents per foot.
Z2f Xc extra charges for Elloivs.
all sizes constantly on hand.
COFFEE MILLS, S7 cts. to -SI.25.
TOASTING PORKS, OYSTER BROILERS
Jelly Cake Moulds, Table and Tea" Spoons
COAL BUCKETS, Z't ct3. to $5.00.
The above goods -will be furnished
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
JOHNSTOWN STOYE k IIOUSE-FURNISII-ING
Opposite tlic TTcigli Lock
RANK W. nAY'S WAREHOUSE,
and save twenty per cent, on your purchases
EITHER FOR CASn OR SCRIP.
April 21, 18C2-tf
GEORGE M. REED, Attorney at Law,
Ebensburg, Pa. Office in Colonade Row.
Ebensburg Sept. 20, 1001-tf.
tt- . tt -r T'Mi.r tt
Xa at Law, Johnstown Pa
Office on Main
R. L. JOHNSTON. GEO. W. OATMAN
TTOIINSTON & OATMAN,
Attorneys at Law,
Ebensburg, Cambria county, Pcnna.
Ei Office removed to Lloyd st., one door
West of II. L. Johnston's residence.
January 10, 1861:tf
CYRUS ELDER, Attorney-at-Law
Johnstown, Pa. Will practice in the
several Courts of Cambria, Somerset, and
Office same as lately occupied by Linton
and Noon, on Post Office corner up stairs.
April 23, 18C3-tf
S. BUNN. M. D.. tenders Lis nro-
Lj fessicnal services to the citizens ot Eb
ensburg. Office in Drng Store, on High st.,
opposite Thompson's Hotel.
Ebensburg, August 25, 1850:tf.
BR. T. O
S. G ARDNER, Physician
.-rgkox. lenders his prolession-
al services to the citizens of E'o ensburg and
surrounding vicinity. Office in Colonade
Row. July 21, 1864-tf.
"nil. j. m.
M'CLURE, Surgeon and
anical Dentist, respectfully offers
his professional services to tin-ladies and gen
tlemen of Johnstown and vicinity of thisplace.
Particular attention paid to diseases of the
Mouth. Teeth extracted with electrical for
ceps. Office in the old "Exchange," on Clinton
street. Johnstown Aug. 25, 1859.
e undersigned, Graduate of the Bal
timore College of Dental Surgery, respectfully
oRers hi3 professional services to the citizens
of Ebcnsburg. He has spared no mean3 to
thoroughly acquaint himself with every im
provement in hi3 art. To many years of per
sonal experience, he has sought to add the
imparted experience of the highest authorities
in Dental Science. He simply asks that an
opportunity may be given for his work to
speak its own praise.
SAMUEL BELFORD, D. D. S.
Rtfcrences: Prof. C. A. Harris ; T. E. Bond
Jr. ;W. R. Handy; A. A. BIandy,P. II. Aus
ten, cf the Baltimore College.
t'SfWill beat Ebcnsburg on the fourth
Monday of each month, to stay one WJek.
April J, 18G2tf
(successor to green & uno i
IjLMUUK MKUUIUIA T, rJsAMAtr MIL, Li,
SASH AX D DOOR FACTORY,
Chest Springs, Camuria co., Pa.
Flooring Board3, Sash, Doors, Vene
tian and Panel Shutters, made to order and
constantly on hand. June 9 1864-ly
rrtHE UNION FOREVER ! !
R. H. TUDOR & HUGH JONES,
Havinrr formed a nartnershin in the GRO
CERY business, would respectfully call the
attention of the people of Ebensburg and vi
cinity to their large stock, wmcn nas Been
Eelected in the Eastern xnarket with great
care. Come and examine for yourselves !
They cannot fail to please. Our stock consists
in p'art of the following articles, viz :
White and Brown Su- Chewing and Smok'g
wry - 1
N. O. Molas3ses,
Clothes, Market and
Fancy Baskets, .
1 oung Hyson, Imperial
and Black Teas,
Soices of all kinds.
Butter, Sugar and W a- Healers, Churns,
for flrarlrpra. IvCCTS.
Dried Apples. Teaches, Hair and Wire Seives,
Iranges anu ijvluuus, cjciuw, uuui-humius
Rope, Bed cord3,
Lines, Rope Haft era
Twine, Tye Yarn,
Nuts of all kinds,
Ext. Ley and Coffee,
Butter Prints and La
7 A T-
Arnold's Inks from 6 to An assortment of Es
75cents per bottle.
sences and Drujrs,
Garden & Hay Rakes,
Scythes and Snathes,
Buck Saws and Nails,
FLOUR, CORN and OAT MEAL,
CHEESE, RICE, BACON,
MACKEREL, HERRING, CODFISH,
And all kinds of Liquors, Brandy, Gin, Wines,
Old Rye and Common Whiskey. &c, kc.
SgyU The above articles will be sold clteap
for Cash or Country Produce, at Cash prices
Ebensburg, May 9, 1861:tf
EW CHEAP CASH STORE ! ! !
"THAT'S WHAT'S THE MATTER 1"
E. J. MILLS & CO. beg leave to announce
to the citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity that
they have just received, at their new store
room, on High street, a most complete assort
Spring arid Summer Gcccis,
consisting in part of the following articles .
Dre33 Goods, Millinery Goods, Plain and
Fancy Silks, Embroideries, Housekeeping
Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, Shawl3, Laces, and
so on, ad inInitum.
Boots and Shoes, rials, Caps, Bonnets,
Groceries, Hardware Qcccnsware,
Notions, Perfumery, Stationery,
Flour, Bacon, Cheese Mackerel, Herring
and Cod Fish, Syrup3 and Mclasse
Iron and Nails Glass, Salt, Oils,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, kc, &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 successfully ca
By buying a large stock at a time, they ai
eabled to sell their good3 at a
TRIFLING ADVANCE ON CITY PRICES.
Roll in and see for yourself e3. No charge
for showing articles.
1, Country Produce taken ia exchange
Ebensburg April 24, 1SG2.
nnnisjyAY for loretto, chest
JL SPRINGS k ST. AUGUSTINE !
The subscriber, l aving purchased the entire
stcck of Horses, Hacks, Carriages, &c, of the
late firm of Ryan.& Durbin, begs leave to
inform lm friends and the Public in general
that he i3 now prepared to furnish them with
every accommodation in his line of business.
His line of Hacks connects with all the trains
on the Pa. R. R., allowing passengers no
delav whatever. Callsvalway3 promptly at
tended to. JOE F. DURBIN.
Loretto, June 9, 18C4.-ly
XV. S. KAVE5,
PLAIiN and FANCY JOB PRINTER.
Blank Look luanufacturer, Boole Binder,
and dealer in every description cf
American and Foreign Papers, kc, &c.
Corner of Wood and Third streets, PITTS
3y Agent for L.' Johnson & Co., Type
Founders & Electrotypers, Philadelphia
August 25, 1859U.f
UGH A. McOOY,
Saddle and Harness Manufacturer
Office one door east of Davis, Jones k Co.'s
A large stock of ready-made Harness, Sad
dles, Bridles, kc, constantly on hand and fcr
sale cheap. TDec- 25, 1861-tf;
AILROAD HOUSE. Wilmoro. n.im-
1 bj brin. rnnntv. Pa. KpnrPptinii TJfiilrrtnd
Station. ) j as. u. Hamilton , I'roprtelor
An extensive Bowling saloon is connected
with the House. The Table will 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, 185S:tf.
Adjoining Penna. R. R. Depui.,
The most convenient place to stop in the
City. Meal3 served at all hours. Terms
J. II. CLARK & CO., Proprietors.
April 24, 13C2-tf.
NION HOUSE, Ebensburg, Pa.
John A. Blair, Proprietor.
Also, in connecvion, BLAIR k Co's HACKS
will leave the "Union House" for Wilmore
station in time to take the Eastern and West
ern trains. Every accommodation will be af
forded to make passengers comfortable.
August 25, 1859:tf.
OUNTAIN HOUSE, Ebensburg, Pa.
Jas. A. Moore, Proprietor.
The Table is always supplied with the
choicest delicacies The Bar is supplied with
choice liquors : and the Stable attended by
careful hostlers. Boirders taken by the week,
moDth or year. aug25,1859:tf.
LTOONA HOUSE, Altoona, Pa
RICHARD M'CLALN, Proprietor.
E$2a Meala ready on the arrival of all
trains. Cheapest bouse In town.
Aug. llf 1864-tf.
BERGER, AUDENRIED & FRY,
Nos. 11 and 13 South Water St.,
(Below Market,) PHILAD'A. -
Wholesale dealers in
F1SII, CHEESE PRO VIST OXS generally.
Are now receiving and will keep constantly
on hand a full and complete assortment of
goods, in their line, consisting in part of
MACKEREL, HAMS, ' CHEESE,
shad; shoulders, lard,
HERRING. SIDES, BUTTER,
SALMON, BEEF, DRIED FRUIT
CODFISH, TONGUES SALT, &c.
Having every facility for purchasing our
goods to the best advantage, and every con
venience for conducting a large business, and
being determined to sell good3 upon terms
equal to any house in the trade, we respect
fully solicit the patronage of our friends and
the 'public generally,
152 Particular attention paid to filling orders.
Philadelphia, July 14, 18C4-tf.'
jgYRE k LANDELL, .
AND ARCH STS.,
ARE OPENING FOR FALL TRADE,
f rench Mcrinoes, .
Good Black Silks,
Dark Figured Silks,
New Plaid Silks, -Balmoral
Red, White and Blue Flannel?,
Shawls, Wholesale and Retail.
October 15, 18G3.
L? C ERY & CO ,
o it-unr va at v. rvrnnr.T?53
And Commission Merchants.
No. 522 Market st'., between Fifth and Sixth.
We have constantly on hand n general as
sortment of nil kinds of fish, in large and
small packages, which we will sell low for
Cash or short credit Also, Duncannon Nails
and Spiks of all sizes, constantly on hand
and for sale at Manufacturer's pricc3.
October 15, 1S63,
A II. FRANCISCUS,
J3l, No. 513 Market St.,
AXD 510 COMMERCE ST., PlIILA.
Wholesale Dealer in Cotton Lap3, Carpet
Chainr Wadding, Ropes, Wick, Tie Yarn,
Brooms, Buckets, Baskets, Churns,
Tubs, Brushes Looking-Glasses,
kc, kc, kc ac.
rjrHiy-Tbc largest stock of the above Grxl3
in the city, sold at the lowest nett cash prices
Oct. 31, 1 SGI -if.
T. LITTLE, SR. . JAS. TRIMBLE.
LITTLE k TRIMBLE,
And Commission Merchants ;
Dealers in Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese,
Fish, Carbon and Lard Oil, Iron, Nails, Glass,
Cotton Yarns, and Pittsburgh Manufactures
Ko 112 Second Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
April 24, lS62-tf. .
TOORE, LIGGET k CO.,
J3JL Importers and Jobbers of
HOSIERY, GLOVES, TiilMMINGS,
NOTIONS, kc .
No. 223 Market Street, Opposite Bank St.,
Constantly receiving Goods from Phil
adelphia and New York Auctions.
Oct. 2i, ISCl-tf
coi.ivr.rn tt nr. A nr. n. WM. H. WHITACRE.
BENJAMIN F. PETIT.
SPRINGER II ARE AUG II & CO.
Vfholesale Dealers in
WOOL, HIDES, PROVISIONS and PRODUCE
No. 203 Liberty Street,
April 24, lSG2-tf. Pittsburgh, Pa .
ARTALOTT k RLYNN,
Manufacturers of and wholesale deal
HATS, CAPS, FURS, STRAW GOODS
BONNETS, ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, ko
No. 43G Market st., below Fifth,
(South side,) PHILADELPHIA.
April 23, lS54-tf -
J. U. ANDREWS. A. B. WILKINS
E. J. ALTIMU3. W. N. SMITH.
jT1 EO. M. RIDDLE, wtV7t
T ANDREWS. WILKINS k CO.
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic D-y Goods,
l,o. 503 .Market street,
finlo, 18C2tf PHILADELPHIA.
JOHN A. WILSON. D. M'CANDLESS
JESSE W. CARR.
TTriLSON, CARR, & CO.
f V Late Wilson, Payne j- Co.)
Wholesale Dealers in DRY GOODS,
No. 91 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
April '24, 18G2-tf.
T. MOK1U3 TEUOT, EDWARD H. OGDEN.
LV T. MORRIS PEROT & CO.,
No. C21 Market street, above Sixth, and C12
Commerce street, Philadelphia.
Nov. 23, lSGltf
M. LLOYD k Co., BANKERS,
Drafts on the principal cities, and Silver
and Gold for sale. Collections made. Mon
eys received on deposit, payable on demand,
without interest, or upon time, with interest
at fair rates. nov3, I859tf
TTATSON & JANNEY.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
SILKS AND FANCY DRESS GOODS,
SHAWLS, kc, kc
323 Market Et., Philadelphia.
Feb. 11, 18G4-tf.
MARTIN BCEm.EB. R. H. HOWARD.
EUEHLER k HOWARD,
Importers and Dealers in
foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery,
No. 441 Market st., Philadelphia.
Nov. 28 lSGltf
JAMES UKinAM; R. J. THOMAS.
GRAHAM k THOMAS,
And Dealers in Flour,
157 Liberty street Pittsburo, Penn'a
R' & KURTZ,
Importers and Jobbers of
HOSIERY, GLOVES, NOTIONS, k FANCY
janl9,5" . 325 Arch St., Philadelphia.
ESsyHandbills of all kinds printed at this
, WHOLESALE SHOE WAREHOUSE
No. 133 Wood Street, PitUburg, Pa.
Have received an immense stock of Boots
and Shoes suitable for Spring and Summer
sales, comprising a full assortment of Staple
and Fancy Goods, carefully selected with par
ticular reference to the want3 of the Western
Trade, And due regard to durability and sizes,
manufactured to ordeT and warranted.
Our entire stock having, been purchased
and contracted for direct. from the New Eug
land manufacturers entirely for cash, during
last- Fall . and ..Winter, before . the present
advance prices, on. stock and we are enabled
in fT..r Snnprior Indacements to cash or
prompt time buyers, and are prepared to sell
goods at less than Is ew l.ora.or riiiii-ucipina
We invite the attention of Merchants visit-ino-
tlvia.oitv tn examine our larcre and desira
ble stock before purchasing elsewhere.
EJJU Particular personal anenuuu ncn
April. 0 tf H. CIIILDS & CU.
TOIIN HEWITT, icith
WHOLESALE DEALER IN CLOTHING,
' No. 409 Market street,
.. .... Philadelphia.
Tb.i3 establishment has been removed
from No. 114 North Third street to the above
lnciinn. -where an extensive and seasonable
assortment of Ready-made Clothing for Men
and Boys, together witli a careiuuy stuciru
line of Cloths, Cassimcres, Satinetts, Vestings,
Tailor3' Trimmings, kc, is new ready for the
Any order entrusted by those who are un
able to visit the city shall be executed as
faithfully as if they were present.
August 24, 18C2.
NEW CASH HOUSE I
Goods lovght and sold for cash !
LITTLE & A DAMSON,
No. 325 Market Street, Philadelphia,
Invite attention to their new and splendid
SPRING DRESS GOODS !
. Black Silks, Mourning Silks, Fancy Silks,
Poult de Sou;; Seasonable Shawls, Clocking
Cloths, Mantilla Silks, Mantillas manufac
tured by themselves from late Paris styles.
JA3. jr. CON RAO. COATE3 WALTON.
CONRAD k WALTON,
Importers and Dealers in
Conrad k Walton's superior Steel Shovels,
Courad k V'alton's, Darling k Waldron's
. Mann's Realty's k Hunt's Axes, kc kc
2os. C23 Market's!., C14 Commerce st,
Oct. 15,'G3.- Philadelphia.
TAS. W. RIDDLE. JSO. C SDERBOBat.
WM. n. GILL.
TWIDDLE, GILL & CO.
3i Importers and Yt'holesale Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS AND CARPETING,
433 Market St., below 5th. and 433 Merchant
May 1, lS62-tf.
B. MCSE J ONES.
GU3TAVC3 A. BENSON.
M. JONES & CO.,
, WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
512 Market street, Philadelphia.
EST Particular attention paid to sales,
country produce of every description.
April 28, 18G4tf
PR. TAYLOR. WM. K. HEMPEILL.
TAYLOR k HEMPHILL,
Wholesale dealers in
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO. FOREIGN k
222 Market St., south side, bet. 2d 3d,
April 28, 18G4tf PHILADELPHIA,
OEL J. DAILY & CO.,
HOSIERY, SMALL WARES,
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, kc
2S North 3d street, Philadelphia.
JOEL J. BAILV, HENRY J. DAVIS,
ELTON B. GIFFORD, S. W. VAN CCLIN;
February 18, 18C4,tf.
LEM. IIOLL1DAY, icith
NICKERSON, HARRIS k MOSELEY
Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealers in
COOTS AND SHOES,
No. 435 Market street, Philadelphia.
A large assortment of City Made Work
constantly on hard; jan7,18'J4
TSRAEL GOULD, with
X I. C. CALDWELL,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
HOSIERY, GLOVES AND FANCY GOODS;
434 Market St., (second story,)
Feb. 11, 18Gl-tf. PHILADELPHIA.
C. MURPHEY, repressing
II. CIIILDS k CO., 1
WHOLESALE BOOT& SHOE WAREHOUSE
No. 133 Yood street,
May 8, l&C2-tf- PITTSBEUG, Pa.
AUFFMAN k CHEW,
Importers nnd Dealers in,
CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENS W A R 2 ,
No. 21 North Fcurth st., Philadelphia.
rSMIOMAS P, JAMES,
i IMPORTER and
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, j
No C30 Market street, Philadelphia.;
October 15, I8G3. .1
EST, SOUT1IWORTII & CO.,
Wholesale Dealer sin
BOOTS AND SHOES, j
No. 21 North Third street, j
Nov. 28, 1SG1. . Philadelphia
G DM'CLEES & Co.,
. -.- No. 133 North Third street, j
Wholesale dealers in Boots and Shoe3. :
May 17 18G0 tf - . ;
DAMS, ATKINSON k CO.,
AUCTION DRY GOODS,
No. S3 North TUrd St., Philadelphia.
E. A. ADAM3. II. P. ATKINSON, J. II. WHlUlT.
April 28, 18G4tf - j
"O USSELL k LANDIS, j
JLV - Importers and Dealer) in
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, &c.,
No. 410 Market and 405 Merchant sts., i
April 23, 18G4tf ; PHILADELPHIA.
JOS. LAUFERTY, T
Wholesale dealer (n
HATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS, and FCRS,
No. 19 South Fourth St., Philadelphia
April 28, 1864tf '
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A. If subscribers remove to other places
without informing the publishers, and the
papers are sent to the former direction, thev
are held responsible.
5. The Courts have decided, that reufsing
to take periodicals from the office or remov
ing and leaving them uncalled for, is priraa.
faciac vidence cf intentional Fraud.
HOKE OUT IX A NEW PLACE I J
BARGAINS! BARGAINS ! fob EVERYBODY
The subscriber take3 pleasure in callinj
the attention cf the citizens of CARRULL
TOWN and vicinity to the f.u-t that he 1 cs
just received, and is now opening, at the jld
stand of Moore & Son, a large and 7 Ariel
consisting in part of
Satins, Velvet?, Cloths, Casslmeres
Doeskins, SattinettF, Twet-ds,
Jeans, Tickings, Flannels,
Brown k Bleached
DI2ESS GOODS cf every style.
Together with an excellent stock of
And, in fact, anything and everything usually
kept in a No. 1 Country Store all of which
will be disposed of at prices to suit the times.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS !
Customers waited on by attentive Sales
men, and no charge for showing articles.
r?3 Cherry, PopL;r, Spruce, Pine, and
other Lumber, Butter, Ejrgs, and Country
Produce generally, taken in enhance for
Gool3. A. A. BARKER.
May 0, l8C2-tf
Lancaster Tp. July 30, 1SC0.
Messbs. Evans and Watson: Gentlemen
The small size No. 1 Salamander safe which
I purchased from your agent, Mr. Adam R.
Ba-r, iu Lancaster City ,'cn July 20tii, 1SZ2,
has been subjected to a very severe test,
which it withstood in a most satisfactory
manner. Thi3 Safe, containing all my books;
together with va'u.ible papers belonging to
myself and some to my ncignbors and friends
and represeting a val le of'over Twenty Thous
and Dollars, ($20,000) was in my Mill which
was destroyed on the night of the 27tu cf Ju
ly, ISGO and passed thu.vgh the Htry ordeal
unscathed. The Safe was on the second lloor
and fell to the basement or the Mill, and was
subjected for six hours to an intense heat
among the rui.is, which wasgreatly increased
by the combustion of a large quantity of grain
confined within th? brick walls. After the
fire the safe was opened and the books and
papers taken out in : state of perfect preser
vation, the paper not even being discolored
This fact was, however, to many bystanders
a better recommendation of 3 0'jr 8a"ts that
could be expressed in any other wcrct3 from
me. Yours RefpeftfuUv,
sel3 SAM EEL RANCK". .
Cctw A large assortment of the sl-ove qual
ity of Fire and Thief Proof Safes always on
hand and for sale at as low rate.- fs any other
firm, at EVANS & WATSON'S,
No. 16 South Fourth St., Pl.iladc!pliH-
Desire to call the attention of the public to
their new TIN SHOP now opened in tie large
brick building oo the cerucr cf laa 8E
Franklin street3 opposite the Mansion ousj
and next to the Banking house cf Kcll,
& Co., JohnstQwn Pa., where they rurll0-B
manufacturing all kinds of
TIN, SnEET-IRON AND COPPER T,Uk
Their work will be made by the he s
men and of the best material s. TllC-r t tve
terniined to sell all kinds of wsrw
cheapest ratoB, w holesale JJ; ded
P. &. All orders for STUi xi- j,
to on the shortest notice and on reason
Johnstown, December 8 1B53-W.
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