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Excitement in a Ciacuts. A number
of jearsr ago, when Michigan was a new
country, in .Livingston county, town of
, there lived a fatuilj by the name of
Clayton and ooe called Perkins, also
as well as a great many others. Pet
Clayton was a tall, fine-looking fellow a
noblo specimen of our backwoodsmen,
" Standing six feet two in his stockings.
Pet had taken a shine to Miss Sllie Per
kins, aud it wa3 a well known faot that
they were engaged ; but the uay when
the knot was. to be tied had not vet been
In the month of August, 1844, June's
Circus caino through this part for the first
time ; and in fact it was the first circus
that had ever visited this town, and there
were a' great many people that had uevcr
ieen one. "When the important day
arrived, the town was filled to overflowing
with a motley crowd, and of course every
.young fellow had "his gal." Among
them was Pet with his Sal. Now Pet
wanted to get married on the coming
Christmas, but Sally wished to have it put
off until the next Spring. When the
ticket wagon was opened, the tenc was
filled in a hurry; Pet aud Sal had been
looking through the side shows and they
were late getting in, and the performances
had already commenced. They walked
around the entire ring trying to find a
peat ; and, although they could seat two
thousand people, every seat was filled. . ..
"Never mind," said Sal, "I'd jest as
lief stand up."
' Hut gallant Pet could not think of it
and said : ' '
'.'Wait a minit, and I'll get you a chair,"
"and off he started, leaving Sal alone.
Just at this moment the clown came in
dressed in his usual costume, and dancing
around the ring, stopped right in front of
Sal and began to 6ing : ,
"O, Sally is the gal for me."
This caused Sal to blush, for she thought
that the clown was looking light at her.
As she etood near the ring, of course
ahe hid the views of those on the lower
seats directly behind her ; and as usual
on such occasions, the c'own cracks his
jokes at the ofienders until they take the
hint and find a seat, but she said bho bad
rather stand up. At this the clown com
menced his jokes, remarking to the ring
"There is a chance for me, now."
"A chance for you V
"Yes j don't you see that gal has loft
her beau? and the is looking at me, I
know." And turning three or four eom
ersaults, he stopped directly in, . front of
EaJ and eung :
0, Sallj is the gal for me,
I would not have any other;
And if Sally died to-morrow night,
I'd marry Sally's mother."
Th;, evidently meant for her, raised
Sal'a dander, and she burst out with :
''I'm the gal for you, am I? Marry
tnj mother, would yer? You low-lived
potted scum of the earth ! If my feller
was here he would whollop you for that !
J. wouldn't stay here another minit nor
neither would aoy decent people, cither !"
Sajing which, she rushed out of the tent
raid roars of laughter.
The clown, assuming a comical attitude,
remarked to tho ringmaster that his
grandfath er was a remarkable -man, and
ao was his grandmother, too, but that gal
beat all his forefathers.
f At this juncture Pet rushed in, closely
followed by Sal; and jumping into the
"ring he squared off at the clown, and said :
. "I'll teach you to insult any female
under my charge !" and let fly at his
opponent, and taking him plump in the
face, sent him to mother earth, at which
he jumped upon him and commenced
kicking him unmercifully. Sal, standing
on the outside of. the ring, clapped her
hands and cried out :
'That's it, Pet, give him jeaeie, and
we'll get married Christmas, sure 1"
At this moment, he ringmaster and
three or four others caught Pet and com
menced to thrash him, when Pet's friends
interfered, and a general free fight ensued,
which completely broke up the circus.
WThat further transpired, deponent eaith
tot; only the common by-word was:
"Give him jessie, Pet, and we will get
married Christmas, sure !'
HOE STORE! SHOE STORE I !
The subscriber begs leave to inform the
people of Ebensburg that he has just received
from the East and has now opened out, at
bis Btore-room, the
LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENT
OF "WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S
BOOTS and SHOES OF ALL KINDS!
rer brought to town. The stock was made
expressly to order by the
BEST SHOE MANUFACTORY IN PIIILA.,
the subscriber having gone to the rouble
and expense of Tisiting that city especially
to 'order it. The work is warranted not to
rip if it ripi, it will be
TiErAlliED FREE OF CHARGE!
A risit to his establishment will satisfy any
one that he can not only sell a bkttkr abti
clk than all competitors, but that he can
also 6ell .
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST 1
'lie also continues' to manufacture Boots
and .Shoes to order, on short notice and in
the most workmanlike style.
. A' VERY SUPERIOR LOT or REAL
FRENCH CALF SKINS ON HAND!
jiy Stand one door east of Crawford's
ITotel, High street, and immediately oppo
site V. S. Barker's store.
feb2l JOHN D. THOMAS.
"rpiIE ALLEG II A XI AN"
i. . . . PRINTING OFFICE.
EST Office in E. Hughes k Co.'s Store
Building, up stairs, third door back.
Job Work of all kinds done with neatness
AT COST! AT COST! AT COST!
The subscriber will sell a lot of
Cooking, Parlor and Heating STOVES at
eAt for citir. Td yma want a bargain T
A. BBADLKT. W. TASKIIIK. JKO. S BBADLJCT.
JgRADLEY STOVE WORKS,
Isnufacture every variety of
COOK, PARLOR AND HEATINQ STOVES,
Among which are the celebrated National,
Talisman, Tropic and Eureka Coal Cook
; : - . . '
Also, Veteran, Ponoma and Ironsides
Wood Cook Stores.-
GRATE FRONTS, FENDERS, Ac.
ftejJu Agents for Lotze's Celebrated notel
and Family Ranges.
Office, corner of Second and Wood streets,
Pittsburg, Pa. . fe23.9m
Wholesale Dealer and Receiver of
FLOUR, PROVISIONS, all kinds of PRO
DUCE, and REFINED OILS.
Cheapest Flour House in Pittsburg.
RP5y All choice reliable standard Familv
Brands constantly on hand. Ou&litv'of Flnnr
guaranteed. Reduction to dealers. " Custom
ers turnisnaa witn Price Current weekly.
cnecKerea front, 373 Liberty st.,
feb21.1y Pittsbcru, Pa.
EC. EBY & CO,
2 And Commission MercJiants.-
No. 522 Market St., between Fifth and Sixth;
We have constantly on hand a ceneral as
sortment of all kinds of fish, in large and
sm ill packages, which we will sell low for
asn or snort credit. Also, Duncannon Nans
and Spikes of all sizes, constantly on hand
and for sale at Manufacturer's prices. jan24
W. C. MCBPHET.
H CHILDS & CO.,
Wholesale dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES, and SOLE LEATHER,
133 Wood St., Pittsbcro, Pa.
5Agent3 for tho sale of "Hope Mill"
Cotton Yarn, Bags, Batting, and Carpet
JAS. W. RIDDLE, J. mT SMITH,
JNO. C SHE R BOIl K, w. CALVIN MOORE.
TJ IDDLE, SHERBORNE & CO.,
JlXj Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
438 Market St., below 5th, and 433 Merchant
street. jan24 PHILADELPHIA.
JANNEY & ANDREWS,
WHOLESALE GROCERS k COMMISSION
marl 4 123 Market et., Philadelphia,
JACOB K. SMITH. J. B. BBLTZKB.
SMITH & SELTZER,
Importers and Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE,
GUNS. CUTLERY, kc.
No. 409 N. Third St., above Callowhill,
w. v. nrpiscoTT. cio. w. bond. jas. mitchel.
LIPPINCOTT, BOND fc CO.,
Manufacturers a Wholesale Dealers in
HATS, CAPS, FURS, and STRAW GOODS,
jan24 No. 413 Market St., Philada.
II Y & KURTZ, ; 7
Importers and Jobbers of
HOSIERY, GLOVES, NOTIONS, k FANCY
jan24 325 Arch St., Philadelphia.
HOLLIDAYSBURG IRON WORKS
AND NAIL FACTORY.
B. M. JOHNSTON, Manufacturer of
BAR, BOLT & ROD IRON, NAILS & SPIKES,
jan24.4m Hollidaysburg, Blair Co., Pa.
ADDLERY AND HARNESS !
The undersigned keeps constantly on
hani and is fctill manufacturing all articles
in his line, such ts
FINE SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS,
BLIND BRIDLES, RIDING BRIDLES,
nALTERS, WHIPS, BRICIIBANDS, kc, kc.
All which he will dispose of at low prices
His work is all warranted, and being expe
rienced in the business, he uses only the best
of leather. Thankful for past favors, he
hopes by attention to business to merit a
continuance of the patronage heretofore so
liberally extended to him. jan24
Shop above the store of E. Hughes A Co.
Persons wishing good and substantia! Harness
can be accommodated. HUGH A. M'COY.
JTEW CHEAP CASH STORE!!
The subscriber would inform the eitizens
of Ebensburg and vicinity that he keeps con
stantly on hand everything in the
GROCERY AND CONFECTIONEY
line, buck as Flour, Tea; Coffee, Sugar, all
kinds of Crackers, Cheese, Smokiug and
Chewing Tobacco, Cigars, kc.
CANNED rE ACHES AND TOM 1 TO ES !
Also, Buckskin and'Woolen Gloves, Wool
en Socks, Neck ties, kc, all of which will be
sold aa cheap if not cheaper than elsewhere.
A full assortment of Candies !
t&b Oysters served at all hours of th
day or evening. Tub Oysters by the dozen
and Can Oysters for sale.
jan24 R. R. THOMAS-
"pMiENSBURQ LITERARY DEPOT.
v James MrnnAv, dealer in '
BOOKS, STATIONERY. CIGARS, TOBAC
CO, PERFUMERY, FANCY SOAPS, Ac.
In the room formerly occupied by Dr.
Lemon as a Drug Store,
High tt., Ediiiidu.
Blank Books. Magazines,
Envelopes, Paper, Newspapers,
Pens, Ink, Novels, Histories,
Pocket Books, . Prayer Books,
Pass Books, Toy Bocks, &c.
SSf Stationery and .Cigars sold either
wholesale or retail. mar7.3m
PLAllN and FANCY JOB PRINTER,
Blank Book Manufacturer , Bookbinder,
and dealer in every description of
American and Foreign Papers, &c, ic.
Corner of Wood and Third streets, PITTS
jfcaJrAgeut for L. Johnson & Co., Type
Founders & Electrotypers, Philadelphia
January 24, 1B67.
ABRAHAM BLAINE, Barler
Shaving, Shampooing, and Hair-dressing
done in the most artistic style.
iOT Saloon directly opposite the "Moun
tain Hsria.'' - 0an24
I am now prepared to'offer
- SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS
To Cash Purchasers of
. TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE I.
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL!
t . . . ...
My 8tock consists in part of every variety of
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER AND BRASS
; . WARES,,. .
ENAMELED AND PLAIN SAUCE PANS,
COAL SHOVELS, MINE LAMPS, OIL CANS,
HOUSEFURNISH ING HARDWARE
OF EVERY KIND.
: HEATING AND COOKING STOVES,
EXCELSIOR COOKING STOVES,
NOBLE, TRIUMPH and PARLOR STOVES !
And'any Cooking Stove desired I will get
when ordered nt manufacturers' retail prices.
Odd Stove Plates and Grktes, Ac, for re
pairs, on hand for the Stoves I sell ; others
will be ordered when wanted.
Particular attention given to
VALLEYS AND CONDUCTORS I
All of which will be made out of best mate
rials and put up by competent workmen.
LAMP BURNERS,' WICK AND CHIMNEYS,
Wholesale or Retail.
I would call particular attention to the
Light House Burner, with Glass Cone, for
giving more light than any other in use.
Also, the Paragon Burner, for Crude Oil.
SPENCER'S SIFTER I
It recommends itself.
SUGAR KETTLES AND CAULDRONS 1
of all sizes,
Constantly on hand.
Special attention given to
In Tin, Copper, or Sheet Iron, at lowest pos
WHOLESALE MERCHANTS LIST
Now ready and will be sent on application by
mail or in person.
J?? Hoping to see all my old customers
and many new ones this Spring, I return my
most sincere thanks for the very liberal pat
ronage I have already received, and will en
deavor to please all who mav call, wLether
they buy or not. FRANCIS W. HaY.
Johnstown, Jan. 24, 1867.9tn
"Jg HUGHES & CO.,
DEALERS IN LUMBER,
Want to bay
100,000 feet good Cherrr Lumber.
100,000 feet Chair and Settee Plank.
100,000 feet finch Poplar.
50,000 feet wide 1-inch Poplar.
100,000 feet Clear Pine.
For all which, the highest market price
will be paid in cash.
Particular attention will be paid to filling
M. R. HUGHES & CO., .
WILMORE, CAMBRIA CO., PA.
jan24 HARDWARE, Ac.
JOBERT E. JONES,
Ebensbcbq, Cambria County, Pa.
JESU Will buy Cherry, Poplar, AfIi, and
Lind Lumber. Highest prices in cash paid.
Orders promptly filled. feb7
Main st.. JOHNSTOWN. TA.
A. Row & Co., Proprietors.
This commodious house has been com
pletely refitted and elegantly furnished, and
is now open for the reception of guests. It
offers superior accommodations to every oth
er hcuse in town. The proprietors by long
experience in hotel keeping feel confident
that they can please a discriminating public.
Their table will be supplied with the best the
market affords, and the bar with the choicest
liquors and wines. By constant and careful
attention, tbey expect to merit and receive
a share of public patronage. Man24
lTJL ' EBENSBURG, PA.
R. P. Linton & Co., Proprietors.
The Table is always supplied with the
choicest delicacies The Bab is supplied with
choice liquors : and the Stable attended by
caretul hostlers. Boarders taken by the week
uiOPt.li or year. rian24
Henry Fostkk, Proprietor.
The first class position among first class
Hotel will be maintained in the future, aa
in the past, by the Arcade. feb21
LORETTO, CAMBRIA CO., PA.,
Thomas Callan, Proprietor.
Accommodations unsurpassed by any other
Hotel on the Mountain. jan24
The subscriber has jnst received, at
his store, ou High street, Ebensburg, a large
and salable stock of
and everything in the
Grocery, Notion and" Confectionery tint.
Also, Boots and Shoes, Carbon and. Lubri
cating Oils, &c, Ac.
t0 All which will be sold very ebea? for
enm. ylTl?J Or. OW5N5J.
JOHNSON'S RHEUMATIC Cp31-
JTo medicine for the cure of Rheumatism
has ever attained to such a high degree of
favor and universality as "
JOHNSON'S RHEUMATIC COMPOUND.
Although but one year before the public,
this medicine has justly gained an unbounded
popularity; When the originator first intro
duced it, he was convinced of its efficacy, but
he little supposed it wa3 destined to prove
such an inestimable blessing to the afflicted.'
But "true merit' cannot be suppressed.
The attestation of hundreds who have been
cured by its use, must prove the truth of the
THAT IT IS A RADICAL CURATIVE'
INFLAMMATORY AND ACUTE RHEUMA
TISM, GOUT, NEURALGIA, AND
We recommend it with confidence as
THE GREAT INTERNAL REMEDY,
For the Speedy and Positive Cure of the
' above Complaints.
Messrs. R. E. Sellers & Co : This is to
certify that for the last sixteen years I have
been severely afflicted with rheumatism, of
ten confined to my house, And even unable to
walk. Being in the Postoffice, about two
months ago, Mr. Clark observed my crippled
condition, and urged me to try a bottle of
"Johnson's Rheumatic Compound." I fol
lowed his advice and now, by the blessing of
God, and the use of half a bottle of your
"Compound," I am free from all symptoms
of rheumatism, and can walk without the aid
of my staff, as well as evr.
Tarentum, October 25, 18C5.
R. E. SELLERS & CO., Sole Proprietors.
ron. SALS BY
A. A. BARKER Ebensburg, Pa.
TORMS ! WORMS ! !
This Worm Medicine
HAS NO SUPERIOR, IF AN EQUAL,
In this or any other Country.
Every year thousands of children die from
this horrible evil. This alarming mortality
loudly calls for increased waichfulness, and
greater care in the selection of the remedy.
LET PHYSICIANS SPEAK!
Sellers' Vermifuge the Best in Use Here
is the PBoor.
Licling Station, Ky., Dec. 14, 1845.
Mr. R. E. Sellers : Your Vermifuge pos
sesses more virtue than any I ever used. I
will state a ca3e wher I gave one vial. My
brother's child was pining and wasting to a
mere skeleton. In thirty-3ix hours after I
gave the Vermifuge, the enormous quantity
of upward ot six hundred worms were passed".
The child that was given up for lost, is now
as well as any in Le neighborhood.
AMBROSE ARNETT, M. D.
R. E. SELLERS & CO., Sole Proprietors,
for sale by
A. A. BARKER- Ebensburg, Pa.
The most Popular Remedy ever offered to
FOR SKIN DISEASES, nUMORS, PIM
PLES, ERUPTIONS, BOILS. OLD AND
STUBBORN ULCERS, SCROFULA,
MERCURIAL DISEASES, &c,
IT IS UNEXCELLED.
The old and young, rich and poor, people
of all classes speak in 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 aud fully established, that
in the BLOOD SEARCHER the afflicted will
find a "STANDARD MEDICINE," one upon
which they can rely as a sure specific for all
the diseases for which it is recommend!.
IT IS WORTH A TRIAL.
K. a. SELLERS & CO.,
FOR SALE BY
A. A. BARKER ..........Ebensburg, Pa.
JpOR A FAMILY MEDICINE,
SELLERS' LIVER PILLS
Have you Depression of Spirits and Lois
of Appetite ?
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, Buch im
portant functions in the body, it is highly
necessary that it should be preserved in &
etate of perfect health and activity.
To insure a speedy, active and immediate
relief, make use of
SELLERS' CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS 1
Which have stood for thirty years unrivalled
for the cure of
LIVER COMPLAINT, COSTIVENESS,
SICK HEADACHE, AND ALL
We commend them to the public
R. B. SELLERS & CO., 8ole Proprietors,
TOR BALI BY
BARKER , EVeneburg, Pa,
TTTINTER GOODS FOR 1867 1
IN GREAT VARIETY,
WHO L ESA LE A ND R E TA IL,
Just received at the Store of
WOOD, MORRELL & CO.,
MERINOS, PLAIDS, POPLINS,
ALPACAS, . DELAINES, PRINTS
. . FLANNELS, BLANKETS,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKINGS,
Every stvle in the market:
HOSIERY, GLOVES, AND KNIT GOODS
HATS CAPS, 300TS SHOES.
A large assortment of
embraring.new styles of
NAINSOOKS, SWI-'S MUSLINS, MULLS,
TARLETONS, WHITE CRINOLINES
BRILLIANT a CORDED SKIRTING.
A full stock of handsome and first quality
consisting in part of
JACONET AND SWISS EDGINGS AND
DIMITY BANDS, COLLARS, SETTS,
BOBBIN THREAD EDGINGS a LACES.
Cheaper than ever!
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT,
the best in use,
Sold at the very lowest market ratts.
DAMASKS, TABLE COVERS, CRASH,
BROWN A DAMASK T VBLE LINENS,
FRINGED HACK, DIPER AND DAMASK
HONEY COMB QUILTS,
PILLOW CASE LINENS,
PILLOW CASE MUSLINS,
SHEETINGS, CARPETS, RUGS,
HASSOCKS, FLOOR CLOTHS, kc , kc,
Of all sizes, widths, and prices.
In addition to the above, we have a full
BOOTS 4- SHOES, HATS J- CAPS,
NOTIONS, PERFUMERY, ic.
We have constantly on hand a complete
stock of Family Groceries, comprising Su
perfine, Extra and Family
Buckwheat and Rye Flour, Corn and Oat
Meal, Hominy, Hulled Barley, Bacon,
Sugar-cured Hams, Dried Beef.
Salt by the barrel, aud Sack Salt for-Table
use ; Goshen and Western Reserve
Cheese; Crackers of all kinds.
Complete assortment of French Spices.
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco.
Cigars of every brand and description.
Sperm, Adamantine A Mould Candles
Soaps, Castile, Rosin, and all other kiads.
Rio and Java Coffees.
Black, Imperial and Young Hyson Teas.
Hard, Soft, Pulverizel and
Syrups and Molasses of all kinds.
Dried Apples and Peaches.
Currants, Prunes, Raisins, and Figs.
Oranges and Lemons in season.
Mackerel, Herring, Salmon,
and Cod Fish.
Lard, Whale and Lintecd Oils.
Coal Oil and Turpentine.
Paints ot every description.
Varnishes. Paint, Whitewash,
Scrub, and Horee Brushes.
DR UGS AND PA TENT MEDICINES.
A good assortment of
HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, kc.
We have just imported from Liverpool,
TWENTY-TWO CRATES of QUEENS WARE,
Which will be sold vey low.
MALT AND nOPS
always on hand.
FEED, VEGETABLES, &c.
W keep constantly on hand
Corn, Oats, Apples, Potatoes,
Middlings, Rye Chop, Cabbages, Turnips,
Shorts, Bran, Beets, Onions,
Corn Chop, Sweet Potatoes,
Ship Stuff, Turkeys, Chickens,
Butter, Eggs, Lard, Geese and Ducks.
All kinds of
IRON AND NAILS.
The undersigned also desire to call atten
tion to the fact that a regular Meat Market
has been established in the basement of the
New Building. Arrangements have been made
for procuring the very best of stock with
which to furnish this market, an abundant
supply of which will always be kept on hand
to meet the wants of the public.
Market Days. Until further 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,
Puddings, &c, always on sale. Venisou in
season. -.. .
In connection with our Dry Goods Depart
ment, we still continue, in the second story
of the New Building, the Merchant Tailoring
business, under the charge of the most ac
complished Cutters in the country. .
On the first floor of the New RnlMi. Tfe
Boot and Shoemakincr busing.;. ; ti
hssl f tbmpunt worktn.
ILL be published every Thttria
the "following rates, Tit: " '
Per annum, payable in advance.
If not paid till after three monthsT.!"' M
A failure to notify a distoctinuaaC8 "at
expiration of the terni subscribed for
considered a new engagement.
RAT IS OF ADVSKTISIJfO
Administrators' and EiecutorsVNoiice7 li
Estray Notices . es-
3 no.: 6 mn."". 1 y
1 square. 12 lines 2.s;v j 1
2 squares, 24 lines.... 6.00 8 oa , 'y
3 squares, 36 lines.... 7.00 io'co , C1
Quarter column 8.50 i2x,n 5 C5
Third column iO.OO isq , ;c
Half column.... 12.00 20.00
Column vn on -n.
Professional or Ea
exceeding 8 linpa xeth nor,.. ' Cot
. r x
.Twelve lines Brevier constitute & square 1
S& Advertisements not marked
number of insertions desired, will be to
ued till forbidden, and charged accord:;u
the above terms.
g&" All transient advertising .o be
for in advance.
JOB ffflB XT .
All kinds of Job Work will be dc4 ,
J6 Job Work to be paid for on deliTe.?j
WlTHKR's BeIDGI. l
Messrs. Evaksand Watson: (J.vt,....
The small size No. 1 Salamander sae
i-urtuBBca rrom vour apent. Mr i .
Barr, in Lancaster City, on July 20th
has been subjected to a very sereri V
" it, nivusivuu 1U tL most SEts'V'"
canil TaIIo.o rCon Ai-.fi . ...V
v j n iu HIT -U".i. rl'-l I
V 0.0 UCJ llJJ CU U U lilt; UlgUl OI iLe I
ly, 18G0, and passed through the fieri t-ij -unscathed.
The Safe was on the second' 4 v
and fell to the basement of the Mil, asY'J
subjected for six hours to an iuf-'se : I "V1
among the rui.is, which wasgreatJy bcretl,
by the combustion of a large quantity of g-"
confined within thj brick walls. Afur'-vT
fire the safe was opened and the boo'u JJ .
papers taken out in a state of perfect p:;'v
This fact was, howtrer, to many bvstd al
a ucuci iciummenuaii-on oi Tour bad;
could be expressed in any other worJifrJ
"- i ours uespetfj' v I
SS-A large assortment of tU above q J
ity of Fire and Thief Proof Safes tutus 7
hand and for sale at as low rates as an ye:
firm, at EVANS & WATSON S.
No. 16 bouth I ourth st., rhilade.O
PRICES REDUCED !
JOHNSTOWN MARBLE W0.r:
The subscriber has just received a ii
and hnd3ome invoice of
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MASK
comprising the largest and finest stock of
Kind ever Drought to Johnstown, tr kit 1
tabhsunient, on Franklin Steeet. wiere 6e
prepared, with an adequate force eip:,cit
enced and skillful workmen, to eiec-.i fcantr'
MANTELS, TABLE TOPa,
BUREAU TOPS, Ac, ic,
as cheap as they can be purchased io
A large stock of GRINDSTONES cn t
and for sale low.
Articles of my manufacture can be pzr:.
sed at the Hardware Store of J!r. Get:
Huntley, in Ebensburg.
JS Prompt attention paid tOGrieTi'.f
a uistance, and work delivered wr.trt
red. jan24 JOHN rAV.K!
T ORETTO MARBLE WORK.-
JL-i 1 he undersigned bees leave to :
the citizens of Cambria and adjoining : Atter
lies that he has just received h stcci c
finest Italian and other Marbles at his e."
lishment, in Loretto, Cambria countv, Pi
Monuments, Tombs, Grave Stones, Tz'.'-t '
Bureau tops, manufactured of the me:"'
tiful and finest quality of Foreign tdi--tic
marble, always on hand und-tnn te to r
as cheap as tbey can be purchased la tbe
in a neat and workmanlike manner, i:
the shortest notice.
line of business
Now is the time to get a chean id !
Loretto, January 24, lSGTtf
PATRONIZE TOl-R OlV
The lrotcctiun Mutual Fire Insvras-
OF CAMBRIA COUNTY
LOCATED AT EBENSBUBO,
nnilE above named CompanT, c
.1. April 6th, 1857, will effect icfjr&s
property at Eafe rates. Being
careful in the risks taken, this Comr;
sents a reliable and cheap medium, t-
which persons may secure themselves"
probable losses by fire.
Office on Centre Street, nearly
tha "Mnnniain 1 1 . l
D. J. Jokbs, Sec'y. & Treas.
EVAN ROBERTS, John stows
JAMES PURSE, li
JNO. E. ROBERTS. Ebersburf
tbensburg, Jan. 24, 186
I7BENSBURG FOUNDRY.- .
JJ The subscriber announces to ti'f;
that he has re-purchaed tte
luimct tusiuuiers nun nil
description of CASTINGS usual1..'
turprt t . Conntrv Est iblishment.
alwavs keep on hand the best c.
COOKING STOVES, PARLOR ST0
FICE STOVES, kc. ; PLOWS otv
approved patterns, TLOW POINTb,
ING MACHINES, and all others:
necied with the business of a 'fl''.
He invites the patronage of t-
and will sell at the most reasonab.e F-'
cash or countrv produce. r.i
COAL! COAL! COAL ! ,r.
The subscriber is now ca"?1-
... -r Tr t:i c- at Ll-7
Colliery oi "rii0' i;V.,H'
ty, and will be glad to fill all oi
amount, ofcitiiens of Ebensbnr, -.rf
R.t;ar.MiAi AH tet onalitr
aauea in n cs. -
Transient advertising,-per sq., one inj j
Each subsequent insertion
Auditor's Notices, each U
"i;"1 uu TRiuNuie tapers teioair.? i
myself and some to my neigubors and tVie
and representing a value of over T-wrr fr"
I AT Pi
The public are respectfully invited t f j '. ,V
e a call before purchasing elsewhere.!
a confident that mv work and pricei'l ;'"en
atisfy any person desiring anv;bir? -j
Hele? P, 0., -