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- DiRCCTioxa to A i-vw Compact.
ertian lika o pair of toolbar?.; ,un aoy
wt xept lie Tien way : Jjr, luo ur
het round la the nearer vay to
the fire. If too happen to rnn on ti;9 top
a a wcKi-pile, q tuuc tne otter : you
nn t&rn ct a oo4 vievr of the eeighbor
hood. If a light breV on yoMr view,
'break' fr it immediately ; but be sure
yoa don't jarop into a bow window.
Keep yelijog all the time; av), if you
can't make night hideous enough jourself,
kick all the dojis you cmc across, and set
them yelling too: 'twill help amazingly.
A liruco of cats draped upstairs by the
tail would be a "powerful auxiliary,"-
When you reach the eene uf the fire, do
all you cao to convert it into a nceee. of
ie ruction. Tear down all the fences in
tbo vicinity." It it be a ehiutney on fire,
throw salt down it ; ot, if you can't. d
that, perhaps the best piao would be to
jerk of! the pump handle and pound it
down. Don't lorgrt to yell all the white,
a it will hare a prodigious effect in
frihteuia: off ti e fire. The louder the
better, ol course ; and the more ladies in
iho vicinity, the greater the necessity for
'doinji it brown1
Should the rof rgin to f moke, get to
work iii ood earnest, and mike any ma.
'moke". that interrupts you. If it is
summer, and there are lruit tree in the
lot, cut them down, to preei.t the fire '
front roasting the apple. Don't fonitt to
ytll! Should the fcfable be threatened,
carry out the cow elfins. Never mind
the hoise? he'll be ali"e and kicking;
and if his le-:s don't do their duty, let
them pay for the ro?f. . Ditto as to the
bos : Jet them pave their own bacon, or
t-Toki: for it." When the roof begins to
burii, jret a cruw-lar Dd pry awayHhe
stone a'cps ; or. if the stepa do of wood,
procure jn ; . ud chop :heui up. Next,
cui away the wh-boards in the .tment
iory; and, i thai don't atop thefiaiue:,
let the chair boat d cu the fin,: floor share
ft similar fate.
Should the "devour?! ir element" still
pursue the "een tenor of ii way," you
bad better ascend to the pecond ttry. -Pitch
out the pitchers and rumble Qut
the tumbler. Yt 11 nil the. time ! If you
fijd a bnby a-bed, flin it kito thet-econd-frtory
window of the house across the way,
but let the kitten carefully down in "a
work-ba.ket. Then draw out the bureau
drawers and empty their content out of
the back window, telling somebody bo
!oV t upet the slop-barrel and r.iia-vater
bedhead at the same lime.
Uf course you will attend to the mirror.
Tb Hrther it -can be thrown,' f I c more
pieces will be made. If anybody objects,
smash it over his head. Do uot, under
any circumstances, drop the tocjis down
front the fecund-story window: the fall
xa sht break its lejrs, aud render the por
thin a ..ripple for life. Shoulder it, and
carry it down carefully. Pile the bed
clothes carefully on the floor, and Vow
bo crockery out of the window. Ry the
time y.-j, will Uo attended to all these
thin, the fire will certainly be arrested,'
r the building wy be burned down. In
eiiher case, your ervIco will be nolongtr
needed ; and. of courae, vOU require no
iurther directions. -
' ITEMS. A poor roan once went
tni?er and faid, "I have a favor to a-k."
'So have I," paid the miser; "grant mine
first." Agreed." "My request is," said
the misrr, "that you ask mc for nothing."
Of all declarations of ' love,' the most
admirable was that which a gentleman
made to a younx lady, who asked him to
how .her;.a picture ot the one he loved.
Ila i sa.cu.uieiy presented her with a
If your trter, while engaged with, a
awcet-heart. aeks you to brin a rla of
water lrom an adjoining room, start on the
errand, but you i.eed not. return. You
will not be mirecd. Don't torgct this,
little boy. ' "
If I could go out on crutches, to-day,"
f aid Heine to a fri- who sat by his b-d-idde
ime Suuday, ,ll womJ yo to church "
'Why on crueller?" "Because if I
could walk, I vro"!d go to the Boulevards."
Josh I?illinr8 mys : "I am violently
ppoed tew ardent .peerit a a bevridyt,
but br tuanufacterin' purposes I think a
little of it tate god.
ipuest he you ever
r , '. !
a I glas ot berr
'Tt-m. t:l me the b
told. ..u 1 11 jSVe ytu
A He! I never told a li
"Draw the bo-r, boy." '
A rich Philadelphia cr.t.iractor, in a
severe fit of NK"- ti, ti.ld hi physisiau
be suffered tL t-ruTns of the damned.
The d.-t-tcr coollj amwered, "What, al
TEW -CHEAP" CASH' STORE!!
The subscriber would inform the citizens
of Ebensburg nd vicin'ty llmt he kecpa con
stantly on hand every tiling in the
GROCERY AM) CoNFECTIONEY
line, t-uch as Flour,-Te, (;.rrV:e, Snnr all
kindj of CracJicrs, Cheese, Smokit; and
Chewing Tobacco, Cigars, kc. . . - . ...
CAXXED rEACllKS AXD TOM IT0E8 !
Al5. Buckskin and Woolen Gloves, Woo'.
en Sock?, N'tck tie?, :.., all ot which will be
eold as cheap if not cheaper th ;n ilaewlure.
A full asiortintnt of Candits
,-E5J OrsTKita serred at ail hours of the
d.-iy or evening. Tub Oystcri by the dozen
iud Can Oysters lor tale.
ja4j R. R. THOMAS
LATEsr arrival: , : . .
The subscriber h.- -just received, at
hi ',ore, on High street, libtiiabuig, a large
ad salable stock of
aii l everytuiuf: in the
Orosery, Xotion and Conf -etionc-y lr.
Alo, Boots and Shoes, Carbon nr.d Lu' ri
eating Oils, &c, ic. ' -
$U All which wiiT 'isold very cheap for
Wa. rOni G. (i. OWEN'v.
jgYIlE & LANDIILL,
JLND ARCH STS.,
AW5 OPESKTG TUn TAIL TRADE,
frneh Merlnoei, ;" '
Guo.l Black Silks,
Dark Fieure$ Silks U
New Plaid Silks,
Balmoral Petticoats, . "" .
Red, White and Blue Flanaels,
Shawls, Wholesale and Retail.
, . COMMISS'ON MERCHANT.
Wholesale Dealer and Receiver of
FLOUR, PROVISIONS, -all kinds of PRO
DUCE, and REFINED ILS.
Cheapest Flour IJouie in Fitttburcf.
- US? All choice reliable standard Family
Branch conitantly on hand. Quality of Flour
guaranteed. Reduction to dealers. Custom
era famished with Price Current weekly.
f Checkered Froni, 2V3 Liberty si... .
feb21.1j Pittsbckw", Pa.
1tkw CASH HOUSE I
1 Goodt bought and told for eath !
LITTLE a A D AM SON,
No. 32u Market Street, Philadelphia, , .
Inviia'uttention to their new and solendid
x stock of
SPRING DRESS GOODS! "
Black Silks, Mourninor Silks, Fancy Silks.
Poult de Sou-; Seasonable Sbnwls, Cloaking
Cloths, Mantilla Silks, Mant.il'a3 manufac
tured by themselves from lata Paris styles.
January 24, 1667.
cTeby & CO ,
. . , "WHOLESALE GROCERS,
And Commission Merchants,
No. 522 Market st., between Fifh and Siith.
' " Philadelphia.
! We have constantly on hand a general as
sortment of all kinds of ph. ia large and
mill packapres, which we will sell low for
Cash or chort credit. Also, Duncannon Nails
and Spikes of all size3," constantly on hand
aud for sale at Manufacturer's prices. fjau24
TITTLE. 1SAIRD & PATTON,
J tSuccrrsors to Little & Trimble,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION
. - MERCHANTS, '
Dealers in Produce,' Flour, Bacon, Cheese,
Fih, Carbon and Lard Oil, Iron, Nails, Glass,
Cotton ' Yarns, and Pittsburg' Mannfactares
generally. ' - . - ' " t
Nos. 112 and 114 Secojd street,
jui24 PITTSHURG, PA.
TUOS. LITTLK, Stt., S. H. BAIB.D, JAS. PATTON, JR.
0. WH.BT. : 4. DESNI?. I.XW1S StTDICK.
G1 T. WILEY & CO.,
r' - Mannfetnrers of
BUGGY, RIDING? asd LEATHER WHIPS,
306 Market street, rnrtAtiti.PHiA.
Apenta for the sale of Mnndorf & Co.J
I Louden Hanies.V Orders solicited and tten-
c.x to wiib prcmp.:iess. j.n24
TYfOOUE, LI G (JET & CO.,
1.tJL Importers and JobbeiS of
HOSIERY, GLOVES, TrtlMMINGS,
- NOTIONS, &e. '
No. 223 Market Street, Opposite Bank 'St.,
' " Pbildrlpbia.
SJ"5u Constantly receiving Goods from Phil
adelphia and New York Auctions jn24
4A. TV. HIODLK, .
JNO. C. P BKR80HN f!,
J. TCTHEY SMITH,
w. CALVIN MOOR K.
plDDLK SHERBORNE & CO.,
X', Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
438 .Market St.'oelow 5th, and 453 Merchant
street. jan24 PHILADELPHIA.
JOBS A. W1LBOX. V. Jt'CANDLi?".
X7-ILSON, CARU, & CU.
IT (Lata H't fcon. Payne $ Co.
Wholesale Dealers in DRY GOODS,
. No. 94 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
i .January 24, 18b7. . :
WM. M. COOK. GEO. D. COOS.
COOK BROTHERS & CO ,
Wholesale dealers in
PROVISIONS, FLOUR, SALT, .CHEESE,
CARBON OIL, SOAPS, CANDLES, &c.
345 Liberty St., uor.r F.ion Depot,
feb21 A . .. PiTTSBcao, Pa.
JOEL J. DAILY & t'O.,
HOSIERY. SMALL W.' 1 Z ..
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES , ac.
28 Norta 3d street, Puilaoa.
JOEL J. BAILT, HE;RY J. OAVIS,
ELTON B. GIFFORn, 8. W. VAN CCLIS.
' January 24, 18S7. , 7 v ,. 7
ARRIS & GRAHAM. t -
WHOLESALE GROCERS. AND PRO
DUCE i'O.M JS.ION MERCHANTS,
'So. 327 IrrA Street, rhiUJelpMa.
R. HAP.R15. jA!i24 KUWAKU U. OBAHAM.
LIPPINCOTT. CEO. M. BOND. JAS. MITCHEL.
. r .
M ATS. CAPS, FUI
liOND is, CO ,
rs A liolme ueniers in
) HATS, CAPS, FURS: and STU.UV UOUDS,
I jan24 No. 413 Market St., Philala.
lRY k KURTZ,
JL Imnorters and Jobbers of
HOSIERY, GLOVES, -NOTIONS, & FANCY
jn24 325 Arch St., ruiLADELPBi.
OLLIDAYSBURtt IRON WORKS
AND NAIL FACTORY.
15. M. JOHNSTON, Manufacturer of
BAR, !LT tc ROD IRON, NAILS & SPIKES,
jan24.4ml HoKidaybnr, Plair Co., Pa. 4.
S DDLEllY A N D H A RM ES !
The undersigned keeps constantly on
hand and is etill mac ufacra ring all articles
in Lis liue, euch 8 k -
FINE SINGLE ANTD uOUBLE HARNESS,
DRA FT-HARNESS, ? m
BLIND BRIDLES?, - BIDING BRIDLES,
HALTERS, WHIPS, BRICHBANDS, Ac.. &c
All which be will dispose of at low "prices
; Uis work is all warranted, and being expe
rienced in the business, ho uses only the best
of leather. Thankful far past favors,.
hopes by attention to Dusiness to merit &
oniinuance of the patronage heretofore so '
liberally extended to bim. . jan24
Shop above tba store of L, Hughes & Co.
Persons wishing gov ' iV4 "'1 Harness
can be accommodA sAJ Sl AWA". aJ'COY.
W.S. IIAVLif ..
PLAIin and FANCY JOB PRINTER,
Blank Book Manufacturer, Bock Binder,
and uealer in every-description of
American and Foreign Papers, &c. a,.
Corner of Wood and Third streets, PITTS
iVsy Agent .for L.-Johnson . A: Co., Type
Founders & Electrotypers, Philadelphia
Jsnuary 24, 1867."
-, 10 to 40 galloBi. .
3 quarts foJ io calloat. ! '
; .:, (,y'r: tinwabs. j r '
l ' ? ' ' all sorta and kinds. ; : 0 , .
SHEET. IRON WARE wery a itigl
ENAMELED TINNED IRON WARE
for 25 cents, worth 37 cents. ,
SAD IRONS, or SMOOTHING xRONS,
all sizes and best quality, $ to 6 cts per lb.
t COOKING STOVES,
Trimmed complete, with baking arrangements
I $8 to $23.
.i LGG STOVES, $4.50 to $13.u0.
n EATING COOK STOVES, $3.00 to $8.00.
BRADLEY COOKING STOVES, Patent,
GrafT&Co., Mitchell, Herron & Co.,
Abbot & Noble, A J. Gallagher's,
and every other Pittsburg or Philadelphia
Stoves always on hand - or procured on 5
ODD PLATES AND GRATES for Stoves.
. always oa hand.
CARBON OIL LAMPS, 62-ts.'u $1.25.
Chimneys and Wicks for Lamps alwajs on
..... !' hand. ' " '
BEST QUALITY, put up ana PAINTED at
10 cents per foot.
t&" 2ft txtra charges for Elbows, "a
MINER'S LAMPS, :
all sizes constantly on hand. ,
COFFEE MILLS, 37 cts. to 81.25.
TOASTING FORKS, . OYSTER BROILERS.
Jelly Cake Moulds, Table and Tea Spoons,
COAL BUCKETS, 35J cts. to $5.00.
The anove goods will be furnished
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL, :
JOHNSTOWN STOVE & HOUSE-FURNISHING
Opposite llic VI" el Lock.
; ASK fOR
FRANK W.' HAY'S WAREHOUSE,
and save twenty per cent, on your purchases
EITHER FOR CASH OR SCRIP.
Johnstown, January 24, 18o.
"P HUGHES & CO
DEALERS IN LUMBER,
' Ede.vsbcbo, Pa,
Want to buy
100,000 feet good Cherry Lumber.
100,000 feet Chair and Settee Plank.
100,000 feev t inch Poplar.
50,000 feet wi le 1-inch Popbr.
:00f9c C lect Clear Pine. . "
For -.all which, the highest market price
will be paid in cash.
Particular attention will be paid to filling
orders. - jar.31
M. R. HUGHES & CO,
WILMCRE, CAMBRIA CO., PA.
Dealers in . . . .
; Ash, '
L UMBER. '
Also: . ... ': .
jan24 - HARDWARE, Ac.
jgOBEUT E. JONES,
. LUMBER DEALER, ,
Ebkksbcro, Camsbia Cocsitt, Pa.
Will buy Cherry, Poplar. Ali, and
Lind Lumber. Highest prices in cash paid..
Orders promptly filled. 1'ebJ
SCOTT HOUSE. .
Main St., JOHNSTOWN, PA.
A. Row & Co., Proprietor.
This commodious house his been com
pletely refitted and elegantly furnished, and
if now open for the reception of guest3. ' It
er htv.so iu town. The proprietors Ly long j
experience in hotel keeping feel confident
that tbey can please a discriminating public.
Their table will be supnlitd with the best the
market affords, and the bar with the choicest
liquors and wines. By constant and careful
attention, they expect to merit and receive
a Ehare of public patronage. (jan24
R. P. Ltston A Co., Proprietors.
The Tabic is always supplied with the
choicest delicacies The Bab is supplied with
choice liquors : and the Stable attended by
caretnl hostlers, uoiraeru taken by the week,
iiiuptb or year. jan24
A RCADE HOTEL,
JlL ; EBENSBURG PA.
' '! ' ' Hssbt F08TEM, Proprietor.
- TThe firFt class position among first class
Hotels will be maintained in the luture, as
iu the past, by the vrcade. , : i feb2l
MANSION HOUSE, ;"
Near the Penna. R. R. Depot,
' : - PITTSBURGH," PA. .
1 The most convenient place to stop in the
City. Meal served at all , hours. Terms
moderate. , jan24
SHIELDS HOUSE, ' .
LORETTO, CAMBRIA CO., PA..
; Thomas CALtAN, Proprietor.
? Accommodations unsurpassed by, any ct'-.r
Hotel on the Mountain. . jan24
i T COST. I AT COST I AT COST 1
Jt. The subscriber will sell a lot of
Cooking, Parlor and. lit ating STOVES at
cost for cash. Do rou want a barsrain ?
irA21.4t GEORGE HUNTLEY.
JOHNSON'S- RHEUMATIC- COM-
' No medieine for the' cure of Rheumatism
has. ever attained to such a bigh degree of
fftteratrd tfuiveraality as" - "
JOHNSON'S RHETTMATiC COMPOUND:' '
Althongh. but one year befoM the public,
tuia meuiciue nas justly gained an unDOURded
popularity; - When the origin tor first intro
duced it. ha was convinced, of its efficacy, but
he bttle supposed" it was destined to prove
such a rSestimable blesslnjr to the afflicted.
But "true merit' cannot be suppressed.
The attestation of hnndreds who have been
cured 6y its use; must prore the truth of the
asseuio.vs iA. K- ..rr-i;.r -,,,-, 3
"THAT IT IS A RADICAL CURATIVE
Inflammatory and acute rheuma
tism, gout.- NEURALGIA, AND -
KINDRED DISEASES-, ? b t ,
We recommend ft With confidence as -
THE GREAT INTERNAL REMEDT,
For the Speedy and Positive Cure of the
' above Complaints. ' '
Mfssbs. R. E. Sellers & Co: This is to
certify that for the last sixteen Tears I have
been severely afflicted with rheumatism, of
ten con fin tor to my hoac, and evn unable to
walk. ' Being In the Potoffiee, about tvo
months ago. Mr. Clark observed to tippled
condition, and urged me to try a' hottJe of
"Johnson's Rheumatic Compound." I fol
h.wtd his advice and now, by the blessing ot
God, an vse of half a bottle rf v..
"Compound," I am free from all symptoms
of Theurnatism. and can walk Trithnirf th. ,a
of my staff, as well as vr.
james Mcdowell .
, , Tareo'am, October 25 I9 '
R. E. SELLERS & CO., Sole Proprietors.
. - riTTSSURG, Pa.
rOK 8AX BT
A. A.' BARKER,....Ji.........Ebensburg, Pa.
YORMS ! WORMSj !
This Worm Medicine . "
HAS NO SUPETi)R;'lP AN EQUAL,
T . : In this or any other Count--
Every yar thousands of children die from
this horrible evil. This alarming mortality
loudly calls for increased watchfulness, and
greater care in the selection of the remedy. " '
LET PHYSICIANS SPEAK I
SaLLKBs'.VaBMivraa the Best in Use Hire
is the Proof.
Licking Station, Ky., Dec. 14, 1845.
.Mr. R. E. Selleks; Your Vermifuge pos
sesses more virtns than any I ever used. I
will state-aca3e where I gave one vial. My
brothel's child was pining and wasting to a
mere skeleton.- In thirty-six hours after I
gave the Vermifuge, the enormous quantity
of upwnrf of six hundrd worms were passed.
The chi!d that vas given up for lest, is now
as well aa any in f.a neighborhood. - -
AMBROSE ARNETT, M. D. ,
R. E. SELLERS & CO., Sole Proprietors,
? - ' - " " Pitts BCBC, Pa. ; ..
FOB SALS ST '
A. A.. BARKER. Ebensburg, Ta,
T INDSEY'S IMPROVED
:. v , , , BLOOD SEARCHER :
? j MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
The mbt Popular , Remedy ever offered to
-the Public 2 .
FOR SKIN DISEASES j HUMORS, TIM
PLS. ERUPTIONS, BOILS. OLD AND
STUBBORN ULCERS, SCROFULA,
mercurial diseases, ac,
: : it'is unexcelled:' . ;
The old and young, rich and poor, people
of all classes speak m unqualified terms ot
its. great efficacy. We make no claim to
having discovered a "Panacea," or "Univer
sal Remedy" for all the ailments to which
flesh is heir, but we do claim what countless
facts have fairly and fully-established, that
in the BLOOD SEARCHER the aifiicted will
find a "STANDARD MEDICINE," one upon
which they can rely as a sure specific for all
the diseases for which it is recommended.
IT IS WORTH A TRIAL.
' K. 15. SELLERS A CO.,
FOR SALS BT
A. A. BARKER. ...........Ebensburg, Pa.
-pOR A FAMILY MEDICINE,
SELLERS' LIVER PILLS t-
Have 'you Depression of Spirts and L038
of Appetito ?
. Are you. Nervous and Irritable ?
Are you of a Costive Habit? '
Have you Pain in the Side and Headache ?
) Have you Sallow Complexion? :
If so, rest assured there is some derange
ment of the Liver which calls for immediate
attention.-. Performing, as it does, such im
portant functions in the body, it Is highly
necessary that it should be, preserved in a
ttate of perfect health and activity. " '
; To insure a speedy, active and immediate
relief, taake use of
SELLERS' CELEBRATED LIVER ' PILLS !
Wbicb have stood for th:r r -;rs unrivalled
for the cure of - , .? . . ; -. . v,, . . ,
LIVER COMPLAINT, COSTH'TSNESS.
r SICK HEADACHE, AND ALL
BILIARY, i -DISORDERS- -tZ ; , '.
; We commend them to the public '
R. B. SELLERS & CO.. Sole Proprietors,"
" FOU SALE BT
A. A BARKER Ebetwbur pa.
77-INTER GOODS FOR 1867 ! 1
I - r IH QRBAT VABIETY,' -
. WHO L SS A ZJE A N D E f 'A it,
. ; Just received t the Store of v- -TtOODv
IIORRELL & CO.
JOHNSTOWN, PA. ;
; ti7; -v:i DRESS GO0F3, -':
" merino's, plaids, poplins,
alpacas, delaines.: prints,
i . flannels, blankets,
1 ' Shawls and cloakings,
' -Every style in' the martct;
HOSIERY, GLOVES, AND KNIT GOODS,
j " HATS a CAPS, 300TS a SHOES.
'"'' i A larye asyottaent of :
r WHITE flOOD 8,
' embraeing new styles of ;
NAINSOOKS, SWI S MUSLINS. MnLLS,
.TARLETONS. WHITK CRINOLINES,
BRILLIANT CORDED SKIRTING.
A full stock of handsome and first quality
EM BROIDERIES, '
i ; ; y - - . . , , ,
consisting in pnrt of "
JACONET AND SWISS EDGINGS AND
IN'SERTIKGS, . -DIMITY
BANDS, 'COLLARS.' SETTS,
BOBBIN a THREAD EDGINGS a LACtS
Cheaper than ever I '"'-...
' L' '"' Th celebrated '' '
: f ? DUPLEX. ELLIPTIC SKIRT,
- the be: t in use,
Sold at the very Tcu-ett market rates.
'LV ' New -' '
DAMASKS, TABLE" COVERS, CRASH,
BROWN DAMASK TXBLE LINENS,
FRINGED HACK, DI PER AND DAMASK
HONEY COMB QUILTS,
-v. MARSEILLES QUILTS,
swiss curtains; - -
PILLOW CASE LINENS,
. PILLOW CASE MUSLINS,
SHEETINGS, CARPETS, BUGS,
HASSOCKS, FLOOR CLOTHS, A-., &c , tc,
Of all iizes, widths, and prices.
In jp& ition to the above, we have a full
BOOTS SHOES, HATS 4- CAPS,
.1 NOTIONS, PERFUMERY, Ac. ,
FAMILY. GROCER I ESI
We have constantly on hand a complete
stock of Family Groceries, comprising Su
perfine, Extra and Family
' ' FLOUR,
Buckwheat and Rje Flour, Corn and Oat
Meal, Hominy, Hulled Barley, Bacon,
Sugar-cured Hama, Dried Beef.
Salt by the barrel, and Sack. Salt for Table
use ; Goshen and Western Reserve -.
- Cheese; Craskers of all kiud..
- : RICE I
Complete assortment of French Spices.
' . Chewing and Smoking Tobacco.
Cigars of every brand and'descriptiou.
"-' Sperm, Adamantine t Mould Candles
Soajs, Ca3tiie, Roic, and all other kinds.
Rio and Java Cofees.
Black, Imperial and Young. Hyson Teas. .
Hard, Soft, Pulverize 1 and
Brown Sugars. ' ......
Syruvs and Molasses of all kinds.
Dried Applr and Peaches. r .
Currants, Prunes, Raisins, and Figs.
Oranges and Lemons in season. .
Mackerel, Herring, Salmon,
and Cod iA. - '
Lard, Whale and Liuseed Oils.
Coal Oil and Turpmtine.
' ' '" Paints ot every description.
Varnishes. Paint, Whitewash,
Scrub, and Horse Brushc.
DR UG A XD PA TEXT MEDICINES.
VA good assortment of
HARDWARE. ". QUEENSWARE, &c.
) We have; just imported from Liverpool,
England, : ' , ..
TWENTY-TWO CRATES of QUEENSWARE,
Which uiil be sold vey low.
MALT AND HOPS
always on hand.
FEED , VEGETABLES, &c,
; " We keep constantly on hand " .
Corn, Oate,:. , A.pples, Potatoes,
Middlings, Rye Chop, Cabbages, Turnips,
Shorts. Bran, Beets, Onion3,
Corn Chop,' ' - Sweet Potatoes,
Ship Stuff, r Turkeys. Chickens,
Butter, Eggs, Lard, Geese and Ducks.
All kinds of
IRON AND NAILS.
ME AT. MARKET.
The undersigned also desire to call atten
tion to the fact that a regular Meat Market
has been established in the bas ment of the
New Building. Arrangements have been made
for procuring the very beat of stock 'with
which to furnish this maikct, nn abundant'
supply of which will alway? be kept on band
to meet the wants of the public. -
g,Jariet Days. Until turther notice,
the Market will open punctually at 6 o'clock,
a. m.,- of every day in the week, (except Sun
day,) under, the immediate charge of Mr..E.'
Young. Pork, Beef, Veal. Mutton, Sausage,1
Puddings, &c,, always on sale. Venieou in
season. , t .
, In connection with our Dry Goods Depurt
mect, we still continue, in the second" story
of the New Building, the' Merchant Tailoring
business, under the charco of the most ac
complished Cutler3in the country. .
On the first floor of the Tfew Building. The
Boot and Shoemaklng hubines. is ia the
han4s of competent crkmea. jr24
TH E fil rrfiu t.T
the followicg; rites, tit: '
Per annum, payable In advance
If not paid -till after three months"-
"A failure to notify a aiscontiBa,!T 1
PTHirstTtATt fr fha tarm ai- v.. . a
RATES QT ihtts.i.i
Transient advertising, per sq., onifc.,
Each subsequent iusertion.... cMl
Auditor'6 Notices, each.........."
Administrators' and Execntr.rr.'v'r::" tJ
tray otices.... .- '"
1 square, 12 lines...... $2.50
2 squares, 24 lines . 5.C0
3 squares, 36 lines.... 7.00
Quarter column 8.50
Third column........:.. iO.OO
Half column 12.00
12 00 i
Professional or Business Curd, 1
.6 - pi)er
TTwelva lines Rrerlpr rr.ncfT,,. .
flUTnisemenu not marked
number of Insertions desired, will bi()
ued till forbidden, and charged accorii!
me anove terms.
JK" All transient adrertisicg to ti
for in advance. ':. i
All kinds of
wUl be doc.
Job Wurk to be paid iot oa delitj.'
1 CARD. ?
Lancaster Tp. July 30.'lM
Missas. Evans and Watsoh: Gextiui
The small site No, 1 Salamander safe
I purchased from your agent, Mr. Adi,
"-r, in Lancaster v;uy, on July 20th, !
u . w i i c u ujev. ica iu a very e Tfrft
which it withstood in & most satisf
manner.. This Safe, containing,,? nr
t n cr l r t i-1 1 K ..'mKU 1
myself and some ;i my neignbors an4fr'
and representing aval ie of overTufenirn
sand Dollar,, ($20.000) was in my jr
was destroyed on the nght of the 2Vi
ly, I860, and passed thti.ugh the fiery ori
uTibcn.nea. i ne oaie wa on the second!
ana tea to tbe basement cf the Mill, and
subjected for 9ix hours to an intense
among the rui.is, which was greatly incn
by the combustion of a large quantity of
confined within th- crick walla After
Gre" the safe was opened and the bona'
papers taken out iu a state cf perfect p-i
vation, .the paper nut even. Ieing discc.
This fact was, however,, to many byjU;,
a better recommendation of rnn, ....
could be expressed in any other worfij!
me. Yours nesti..ifiijr,
rjan24l SAMUE1. uiT
Se3 A large assortment of the fcbovec
ity or i-ire ana 1 tnef Proof Safes alvai
hand and for snle at as low rates as
firm, at . EVAXS A U'iTSnvc'
No. 1G South Fourth St., PLilaJelpJl
PRICES REDUCED !
JOHNSTOWN MARBLE WOT.:
The subscriber luia just received a i.
and handsome invoice of
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MARL.
comprising the largest and finest stock of
kind ever brought to Johnstown, a: t!s
tablishment, on Franklin Steeet, where It
nr.flflfPl TV" i t K n n nnii.it . . f ...
rnced and skillful workmen, to execute!
MONUMENTS, , TOMBSTONES,
MANTELS, TABLE TOPS,
BUREAU TOPS, Ac, Ac,
as cheap as they can be purchased in i:
A large stock of GV.INDSTONE3 oa U
and for sale low.
Articles Of mv manufacture ran h nnrr:
sed at the Hardware Store of Air. GecrJ
IT.. .1 ( 1
iiuniiey, in toensourg.
Bsaf Prompt attention paid to orcenrt
a aistance, and work delivered where
LORETTO MARBLE WORKi
The undersigned bes leave lok'
tlie citizens of Uanibna and ncMomine
ties that he has just received a stock e:
finest Italian and other Marbles at his f.:
lishment, in Loretto. Cambria vountv. Pt
Monuments, Tombs, Grave &lomt. TebL'-'
Bureau tops, manufactured r.i the mos'.t
tiful and hncit quality of Foreig-i and Dtt
tic marble, always on band and made to o
as cheap as tbey can be purchased in lUe
in a neat and workuiaulike manner, acc
the shortest notice.
The public are respectfully invited t:f
tne a call before puichasitig elsewhere,
am confident that my work and prices
satisfy any person desiring anylUicg U
line of business.
Now is the time to get a chenn if!: f
Loretto, January 24, lS67tf
PATROX1ZE IOIJR OWS
Vie L'tutection JJutunl Fire Imvraus
OF CAMRRIA COUNTY.
LOCATED AT EBENSBVEC, '
flHE above named ' Company, orv.
1 April Cth, 1857, will effect icsnrDC
property at safe rates. Being particc j
careiui in tne risKs taken, tbis toTr.ru;
sents a reliable and cheap medium, thrc
which persons may secure tbemselvest
probable losses by fire.
Office on Centre Street, nearly
the "Mountain House "
D. J. Joses, Sec'y. A Treas.
EVAN ROBERTS, Johnstown.
JNO. E. ROBERTS, Ebeasbnrf
Ebensburg, Jan. 24, 1867.
1 lltKN'.mtmtC rniTNIHtY.
1 J The subscriber aiinouDces to tlP '
f : i J. . , .. j r. tn fart"a
former customers and all others, iir 1
iescription of CASTINGS usni.J J
tured ata'Country Establishment.
..1 ' 1 n tVlA hKt 0
COOKING MOVES," PAltLOR bTO;
FIvE STOVfcS, 4c; PLOWS of tbj
approved patterns. PLOW POINTS, Tl
ING MACHINES, and all other art'f
nectcd with ibe business of a Found?.
-grt,ne invites the patronage of tbP
and will sell at the most reaon.bh V
rash or country produce. ,
Jan. 24. '867. EDWARDS"
F - J, . - 1
i-tOAL! COAL! COALL
. i - r ,. ..n-rlll u
Colliery of Win. Tiler, Sr ,at , WT- J
on the Pennsylvania Railroad. Camwi i
on iuc j eiders, i
eglad to fill all ider,,,";
iiens of Ebensbarf
t,oo as to ouilit o(l
i. c,, turvt,-i as ta nuiu
lir. i.-.v.D.-.. . , f
...j : n cm V M
. Henicek 9. O., Jn. 2t, !'