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Ebessburq and Cresson Railroad
nB and after Monday, Ap!. 29 1867, trains"
this road will ran as follows .
it e 05 connecting with Day Exp.
East and Phil. Exp. West. ....
- no v- M- connecting -with Pbila. Exp,
East and Mail Train West. .; 1 '. ,. .
i tivi Cresson - v..;." :
. 'm.JI., or on departure of PhiL
Al txptess West.":
. . 15 p. .V., or on departure of Phila,
Express East. ' ,. .
3XrM0KANDA Bruce post-ofSce, Blair
ecanfji b been discontinued by order.of
tj,e Postmaster General.... A portion of
tit metal composing the bell of the new
u'theran church at Johnstown is said to
tire been taken from the famous rebel'
ra"31mac."..The JFreemmttajs that
the Ilarmburg Patriot & Union "never
fi.i to pour hot shot into the camp of the
jidicals." It never poured ' much hot
liot into the camp of the rebels... .The
taoant of license paid to the appraiser of
axes bj mercantile dealers in this county
for the current year was $1,770.50 j by
.hreneis &GI distillers, $135.00 ; and by
fcHliari aaioon and ten-pin alley keepers,
$120.00... .Hy elung at gdd.UU per
tan in the vicinity of Hoilidaysburg....A
nan earned Dixoa lately committed sui
iJe by throwing himself into the river at
Tjrooe, Blair county. No cause is as
ligoed for -the rash act.. ..The Blair coun
?j Kpublican" convention wilf be held in
fiViIidaysburg on the 4th Jane.. ..Owing
ta the cold, wet weather, comparatively
little corn or potatoes has yet been planted
ia this county.. ..Speaking of the weather,
one who claims to be weather-wise predic
ts some time aao that the sun would
U&it forth and spring begin in genial
Waist ou the 20th inst. The fact that.
Jhe 21st ads us with fire in our stoves
prtuda the prediction a failure. . Our
riend, Richard Morgan, Esq., who knows
-the aJojanaa by heart, informs us that we
ttti expect no warm weather "till the
aooa chaageS."... Butter aad egg have
aet with a fall in our market. The for
mer rules at 20 cents a pound ; the latter
15 cents a dozen The peach, cherry,
,m and grape blossoms have been killed
the frost in Blair county Dr. Robert
prereanx has hung out his shingle at
cumtait. See card..Three or four cir
jcsiti are traveling through the State.
The Political Situation. Dear
AXitq. : Tie political ealdron has begun
fo luliJe. On Wednesday lat, the Dem.
po. Conraiittee met in the Court Hcu&e,
Ebeosburg. The day was wet and low-
ring, but the Committee, I noticed, were
7 enough. It hailed that day, some.
A Committeeman remarked that the omen
ns an auspicious one,' icr that the very
insects bade them all hail ! The other
:nbers, a majority of whom are farmers,
aught the omen inauspicious for corn
'anting, and refused to applaud. Ooe
paiber indignantly remarked that if a
iau was intended, he'd bet two dozen
auduleiLt naturalization papers against a
Jallot-boxViia a false bottom that Mike
Shane CCu'.d mate a h(fT with nri TianH
ii behind his back: and a corn-cob in'
's moath ! ' ' " "
The first thing in order, as per printed
hgrimine, vas to "open the campaign."
The Chairman despatched a committee
oti after a eorkjcretv.
h the absence of the committee, Mr.
made a speech. He congratulated
Democracy that: Horace Greely, Jeff.
tis and Gerrit Smith had been released
"m Fortress Monroe, and wanted to
w bow the radicals like Mobile.
27)e committee having returned with a
"crew, the campaign was opened. It
" found to be stale, flit, and unprofit-
The Committee proceeded with their
1 naj tcsuiiEU luai
""vtnuon to nnm natA nnnntu
ket meet in Ebensburg on Monday, the
D. QQdruff, of Johnstown, was ap
fBted "Presectative "delegate to the
fte Convention, with instructions (as I
erstood them) to support Judge Lynch
" SHEBirF's . SAiBS.r-Following r is an
abstract of the real estate advertised to
be sold by jhe. Sheriff.of : Cambria county
at the Court House, Ebensburg. on Mon
day, 3d June, prolim6": : ;
The" right, titre and interest of Andrew
Kp'pp to a tract :of -land in Clearfield tp.,
co'ntaialog 64; acres,', with. a... hewed - log
hoasc, a log stable, ,vand a double barn
-Michael. J. Smith; lotiof grpund in Gal
Iitzic, with a: two-story frame iavern stand
and frame stable thereon.' r-'".V-Thomas
Jones, piece of land in Jackson
township containing 12 acres, with a plank
house and a ptank stable thereon. .
Jesse Woodcock, piece of land in Wash
ington township containing 45 acres, 2
acres. cleared,. with a: plank house and a
water saw-mill thereon. . t . ;
Jason Crum, tract, of land in Croyle
township containing -120 acres, 50 acres
cleared, with a log house and a. log barn
Samuel Hippie, piece of land in Rich
land township containing 256-acres, 50
acres cleared, with a log house and a log
William Riddles, piece of land in Yo
der township containing 27 acres, 20 acres
cleared, with a log bouse and a log barn
thereon. . . , .
James Burke, piece of land in Sum
merhill township containing 200 acres,
100 acres cleared, with a log house and a
log barn thereon ; also, another piece of
land in Summerhill townshfp containing
400 acres, with a plank hou.'ie and a steam
A Failure. An individual drove two
"fiery and untamed steeds" through our
streets on Tuesday, without lines or bri
dle. The team was guided and controlled
by the whip, and -appeared to be under
excellent discipline.. The equerry, after
"talking horse" for an hour or two, wanted
tu organize a class of instruction, but our
people, being possessed of lines and bri
dles, concluded that the old-fashioned
way of managing horses was the best and
considerably the safest. He didn't get a
- Barn BcRNED.-The barn of Mr.
Jacob Singer, of Conemaugh township, on
the old Frankstown road, about oue and
a half miles east of Johnstown, was en
tirely destroyed by fire two Sundays ago.
A valuable horse belonging to an old
gentleman by the name of Madison, was
-also consumed. Mr. Singer lost about
200 bushels of grain, a lot of harness, a
wagon i threshing machine, wind-mill,
some hay, and straw. His entire loss is
supposed to be four or five thousand dol
lars. Xo insurance.
Table. Peterson's Magazine for
J De j a unusually fine number, even
f thU popular -and elegant publication.
iui I8 a good time to subscribe,
new volume commences with Jnlv.-
?nns, single subscribers 62.00 : a reduc"-
J - ciuds. Address C. J. Peterson,
Uesfnut et., Phila.
5 j - ior tiune is re-
uumDer. a new
of Godey also commences in' July.
ose who are not already subscribers
6 1500k we Would sav. mUiV 1
Ff'i J3.00 "per annum , to single sub
reduction to club
Base Ball. A match gameof base
ball between .the Irons and Independents
was played at Johnstown on the 13th,
the Irons winning by 16 poi7t3. Score,
Irons 33, Independents 22.. ..A, tase ball
club has been organized by the stuJeats
at St. Francis College, Loretro....An .ef
fort is being made to form a club at Sum
mitville, and also at Carrolltown....A
match, game between the Mountaineer
Club of Ebensburg and .the Mountain
Club of Altoona is in contemplation.
Compulsort SALE.--The following
articles will be sold by the Sheriff of
Cambria county at Chest Springs, on next
Mouday, 27th inst., at 10 o'clock, a. ni. :
Seven buggies, new and complete ; seven
buggies, finished as to bodies, running
gear, &c, but not quite complete ; spring
wagon, axles, spokes, tire bender, wheel
machine, bellows, anvil, .blacksmith's
tools, sewing machine, bedsteads, stoves,
furniture, &c. A splendid chance for
Ned Nevins A C hance tor Di sa
bleo Soldiers The tenth' thousand of
Mr. Morgan's book,; "Ned Nevins,' the
Newsboy, or, Street Life in Boston has
been issued,, and orders have, been given
for the fifteenth . thousand. -.They are
printed and sold at the rate of over one
thousand, a week"." Band & Avery, priu-.
ters, 3 Cbrnhill, will attest, the facf. ; Two
of 'their power presses are kept continually
at' work "on the book: ."Agents are reap
ing a "harvest by" it; " realizing 100 per
ceut.1 profit. ' Dudley :S:'t Joqes, of ElH-s
worth, Maiqe, . writes ihat of the; first lot
be sold a copy at almost every house,' and
expects to sell 200. in th town. W. H.
Bennet, of Fall River 'Mass., Bold 120
copies in that town, and expects to sell
500 in the county. Disabled soldiers and
others find it the best book. published for
canvassing. Even; children have been
known to clear 85 a" day on it. Agents
wishing to secure good territory should
pply at once .to Rev. Henry Morgan, .9
Groton street, Boston, Masi. v -
Married In Ebensburg, on the I4th
inst., by Rev. R. CT. Christy,- Mr:. Joseph
Owens ; to Miss Lucy Moser, both of Eb
Iu Altoona, on the 9th inst., by Rev.
Mr. Tweed, Mr. G. A: Christy, of Gal
litzin, Cambria county, to Miss Catharine
Adams, of Huntingdon county.
Jeff. Davis Arrested. As Davii
was walking along the streets of Richmond,
he was euddenly arrested by a notice of a
great reduction in the fares of certain
railroads. In this connection, we would
call attention to the great reduction of
the price of goods at V. S. Barker's. c
Consoling. It is a consolation to
know that dry goods can now be purchased
at figures nearly as low as they could have
been purchased before the war, at J. M.
Thompson's cheap cash store, Ebensburg.
Don't fail to give him a call. '
A large supply of all kinds of clocks;
watches and jewelry, of different manu
facture, aro now being offered for sale to
the citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity, by
O. T. Roberts, at his jewelry store, High
Large Collection or Goods. Have
jou been to examine the unusually large
collection of summer goods at A- A. Bar-,
ker's variety store 1 If not, you should
go at once, as ho offers inducements that
defy competition. .
Attention. The attention of the pub
lic is called to the large supply of summer
goods, of every description, now offering
for sale at Mills & Davis' store, Ebens
burg. They keep a good supply of all
the latest styles of goods. V:
The New Catholic Church. The
solemn ancf impressive ceremony of lay
ing the corner-stone of the new Catholic
church, in this place will come off on
Tuesday evening, J une 4th. The sermon
will be preached by Rev. S. Wall, Presi
dent of St. Michael's Seminary, Pittsburg.
A large number of clergy will be present.
The exercises will be highly interesting.
A general invitation is extended.
Accidents. On Saturday last, Mr.
Washington Lloyd, of Susquehanna tp.,
was thrown violently from his horse while
riding through our streets, and, falling on
the curbstone, was seriously injured.
" On Monday of lait week, a horse at
tached to a wagon ran off at Cresson, de
molishing the wagon, and throwing out
and badly hurting the driver, Mr. G. J.
Swaderer, of Summit. :
Mountaineer B. B. C. A special
meeting of the Mountaineer. Base Ball
Club will be held in the Court House,
this (Thursday) evening. A full attend
ance is requested, as business of impor
tance will be transacted. By order of the
Itch! Itch! Jtch ! Scratcii !
Scratch! Sceatch! VTheaten'a Ointment will
tare the Itch in 8 Ilours. Also cures Salt
Rheum, -Ulcers, Chilblains, and all Eruptions
of the Skin. Price 50 cent'. For sale by all
Druggists. " -
By sending CO cents to WEEKS & POTTER,
So'c Agents, 170 Washington street, Boston,
Jluss.y t vvill be forwarded bj mail, free of
postage, to any part of the United State-.
QREAT REDUCTION o? PRICES I
AT TBI . . s
JBBEtfSBURa HARDWARE HOUSE
If if h- FURmSHfXO ' STORE.
X return. mj sincere thanks to thj friends
and customers for their liberal patronage for
the past twelve years, during.-which time- I
have been: in busiuess in Ebensburg; and
now, owing to the extensive busineas T -m
-dcwgl L tak5 plea&ure in inrbrnriag the public
that I have adopted the. " ".- . . '
by Wans oT which there will be a great aa-
Dcctios. in, roy .'profits. ! A continuance, of
your patrpnage wiU .satisfy you that it will
oe' to vour adrantuce to hr.v for nnmv iv
instead of ox credit. : ? . .-r - ,
; . My stock will consist in part as follows i
( - FOR THE BUILDER
T)oof LocksJ ' Cupboard Locks', " Catches,'
Bolts, : Hinges, ' - Screws,
Window Sp'gs, Shatter Hinges, - Catches,
Porch h-entr Window Glass, - Nails,
FOR THE CARPENTER.
Bortnefa'chJnes,-Augers, Chisels,' Brace and
Bits,' HatehKslSqHa res, Compasses, Bev
els, Pocktt Rules. Try Sqn-reg, Lev- -?15
"-: elr Jaoky Smoothing, - aad 'For
- ' ,PlaP.wt Panel Ploughs Bea-
ding, Sash, Raising,
Match Planes, Hollow and
"T' "Rounds,' Gnages, Oil Stones,
- :Saw Sets,' Screw Drivers, Bench -;
; Screwsr Cross-cut, Panel, Rip, Compass,' -and
Back Saws, Chalk and Chalk Lines, Ac.
FOR THE BLACKSMITH.
II and Hammers,
Horse Mule Shoes,
Horse Nail3, ..
Cast Steel Shovel Plow
. Moulds, Ac. .
:i " v FOR'THE SHOEMAKER.
Shoe Lasts, Shank Irons, .
Crimping Boards and Irons,
Peg Cutters, Knives, Awls,
Hammer", Pincers, Rasps,
Rubbers, and Bench. Tools
, ' in general. . :
Nails, Tacks, Thread, Wax, Bristles, &c.
. FOR THE SADDLER
Iron and Wood Gig
Ebensburg market Report.
Corrected week,' fy V. Barker,
EBESsiCBOr May 23, 1867.
AppleJ, dry, lbS 12 J
Butter, roll, lb 20
" tub,... 20
Beef, steak,. ... 20
" quarter 10
Corn, bu 1.00
Dressed bogs, lb.. 9
Eggs, doze.n 15
Feathers, lb 70
Hay, ton........ ...10.00
Lard, lb...... , 15
Onions, bu .1.00
Rags, cotton, lb- . 5
Soap, hard- . 10
Seed, Flax, bu...2.50
- " . Timothy 4.00
. M. Oats-,.,i,.. 50
" Rye l.oo
Tallov, lb... .' 15
Alcohol, gal $6.00
Candles, Tallow. .25
Cheese, lb 25
Floar, Ex. Fam. 17.00
Molasses, N. O.... 0
Kails, keg 8.00
Oil, Carbon, gal- CO
" Whale -.2.00
Rice, lb 15
" white 20
sJruPSl-l .00 1 .60
Salt, bbl -4.00
Tea, Gunpdr.... .20
Young IIv2 25
" Black.. -1.50
Varnish, copal. ..5.00
Bridle Bits," Buckles, Trace Hooks, Spots,
Rings, Halter Bolts, . Ornaments, Rivets,
Snaps, Stirrups, Tacks,
Rein Web, Girthing, 4c.
FOR THE CABINET MAKER k PAINTER.
Bench Tools, Table Hinges, Screws, Bed
- Castors, Bedstead! Fasteners, Drawer
Locks, Knobs, Coffin Trimmings of all.
descriptions. Gold Leaf, Bronzes, Paint,
- Sash, and Varnish Brushes, Oils, Paints,
Tarnishes, Turpentine,. Colored Paints,
dry and ground in oil.
FOR THE SPORTSMAN.
Rifles, Shot Guns, Pistols,
--. Revolvers, Cartridges,
Hunters Knires, . t .f . .. Caps, Lead,
. Powder, bhot, Powder Flasks,
Shot Pouches j Game Bags.
Also,' Gun Locks, .Mfcin Springs, Plugs,
Pivots, Double Triggers, Hammers, &c.
FOR THE FARMER.
Plows, Points. Shovels, Forks,
Scythe3 and. Snathes, Rakes,
Hoes, Spades, .Sheep Shears,
Sheep and Cow BelN, Sleigh Bells, Horse
Brushes. Cards, Curry Combs, Patent
Hames, Whips, But, Trace, Breast, Hal-
. 'ter, Tongue, Fith a Log Chains,
' " 't Barn Door Rollers, Sugar Ket-
v ties, Steelyards, Cutting Boxes. -
FOR THE -HOUSEKEEPER.
tfH H 6
RDEVEREAUX, M.'D., Physician
and Surgeon, Summit, Pa.
Office east of Mansion House, on Rail
road street. Night calls promptly attended
to, at his office. fmay23
Sm. Barrett'. Vegetable Hair Re-
tptattreiBeatt . wee;-'yr '-'
GOAL ! COAL ! COAL !
The subscriber is now carrying on the
Colliery of Wm. Tiley, Sr., at Lily Station,
on the Pennsylvania Railroad. Cambria coun
ty, and will be glad to fill all orders, to any
amount, of citizens of Ebensburg and vicin
ity. Satisfaction as to quality of Coal guar
antied in all cases. WM. TILEY, Jr.
Hemlock P. O., Jan. 24, 1867.
RICKS! BRICKS! BRICKS!
The JOHNSTOWN MANUFACTURING
CO. have constantly on hand and for'sale at
very low prices, a superior article of
COMMON asd PRESSED BRICK !
t&" Special rates of freight to all points
on the Pcnna. Railroad. ' Address
... . 0. N. RAMSEY, Supt., ;
May S-6m. ' Johnstown, Pa.
JAS. H. DAVIS,
Dealer m all kinds of
POPLAR, CHERRY & ASH LUMBER.
Yard, Nosl 3U 316 TT. Broaoi St., Phila. '
r fgf Business attendadto in.'Ibeflsbtirg by
Wm,- J. William. r - ' ' v. v- .-. ;. tmji
Flour, Tea, Coffee,
Coffee Mills, ' -:
Clothes Pins, "
Pepper, 'I .
Baking a -Wash. Soda,
Family Dye Colors,
Solution of Tin,
Bake Pans, Buckets, : Table and Tea Spoons,
aieai oeives Urooms, iaj)ie uuuery,
Japanned yare . '
Carbon Oil Laitps,
Razors, . fr
- .Coal Buckets,
Shovels and Pqiers,
- Batter Prints,
- Butter Ladles, ; .
Stove, Scrub and
. , r - Dusting Brushes,
' White-wash anl -"
' Sweeping Brushes,
T TO THE PUBLIC GENERALLY.
Cooking, Parlor, and Heating Stoves, from
the best manufactories ; Tin and Sheet Iron
Ware of every variety, of my own manufac
ture Gum and Hemp Packing; Trunks and
Valises ; Drugs, Weavers' Reeds, Traps. Holf
low Augers, Board Measuring Sticks. Grind
Stones and Rollers, Patent Molasses Drawing
and Measuring Fawcets, &c, &c.
:s Odd Stove Plates, Grates, and Fire Brick
always on hand to suit Stoves sold by me.
:. Well ajid. Cistern Pumps and Tubing at man
Spouting made, painted, and put up, at low
rates. ' -
......... Don't Ask for Credit!
tgy But remember the place to buy and
save 15 to 20 per cent, on your purchases.. I
defy campatition in Western Punna.' ;
f b jr) - - : oeorob -huntlev
SMALL PROFITS !'
--.v.: : .
EBENSBURG. . BARKER'S!
. . BARKER'S I
NEW GOODS r
IfEW GOODS I
AEW GOODS I1
CHEAP GOODS I
CHEAP' GOODS 7
AND CHEAP t
AND .CITEAP I
AMI CHEAP 1
. . co ANnsEE :.r .. -
- ...... -.-(GO AKD.'SEB.; .'.. ..
: ' GO AND SEE !
. The subscriber - wbalj respectfully an
nounce to tbe-citizens of Ebensburg and
vicinity that he has just received, at his eav
poriura, on High street, the large'sf'aml moit
compute assortment ot. v
1 Inter Goods f
erer brought to this town, all of which-he
pleiges himself to sell cheap for cash.
DRESS GOODS,. ... , . WOOLEN-GOODS,
DRY GOODS, WHITE GOODS.
hoop skirts, hosiery,
housekeeping goods, &c.
The largest, best and cheapest assortment of
READY-MADE CLOTHIXG i
to be found within tba limits of Cambria co.
An excellent assortment of -BOOTS,
FISH, SALT, - - -
A large stock of
Flour, Bacon, Cheese, Syrups; Molasses, Htr
ring. Mackerel, and Cod Fieh, Iron and -
Nails, Cedar and Willow Ware, Oilst
Drugs and Medicines, &c, $c.
In fact, he keeps anything and everything
usually kept in a No. 1 Country Store ail
which will be disposed of at prices to euit
Buying twice as large a stock as any other
merchant in town, he buys cheaper, aid can
therefore sell cheaper, tha'n any competitor.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS !
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS 1
CALL AND EXAMIXE GOODS 1
The public Is Invited to call before purcha
sing elsewhere. No charge for showing
goods, buy or not buy.
Customers waited on by polite and atten
ISr- Cherry, Poplar, Spruc, Pine, aad
other Lumber, Butter, Eggs, and Country
Produce generally, taken in exchange for
Goods. jan24 A. A. BARKER.
LOCK AND WATCHMAKER I
. C. T. Roberts has constantly in his stare a
well selected and varied assortment of arti
cles, which he offers rhpan far nisn.- vi
A Silver American WATCH for $30.00.
CLOCKS of every style and finish, at reduce!
JEWELRY of the very best material, war
ranted.'. Anchor, and Lepine WATCHES, one-thirl
cheaper tuan m lc66.
Gold Finger RINGS, one-third cheaper th&a
Morton's Gold PENS, at the manufacturer's
prices. .. m
Gold, Silver, Steel", and Plated SPECTA-
Plated FORKS, Tea and TabIe.SPOO S , as
good a3 Silver. .
ni .a 3 " t n t Ti Cl j. . . "t 1 . ...... ...
GOBLETS, and MUGS.
RIFLES and SHOT 'GUNS that will kill at
every po. r -
REVOLVERS and PISTOLS, with CAR-.
TRIDGES to suit.
PIPES of Gctta Percha, Wood, and China.
Lock wood's COLLARS, the best you' an"
SCHOOL BOOKS, cheaper than elsewhere. "
TOYS and TOY BOOKS, for a mere song.
Singer's SEWING MACHINES, with Cotton,
Silk, and Oil.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, to hold from 12 to'
ACCORDIAN'S, VIOLINS, FLUTES, FIFES.
Violin BCWS, STRINGS, and KEYS.
Drums, Whistles, Umbrellas,
Neck ties, Canes.
Checkers a Boards,
Razors aad Strops, ;
Gun Caps, Puzzles,
. Too'.h Brushes,
Red and Black Ink,
Ink Stands, Pen Racke.
Miscellaneous a Blank
Pass Books, Diaries,
Paper, Envelopes, -Tobacco,"
And many other articles.
CALL AND GET BARGAINS!
"3? 33C 0 1YX Hr Q O IN" 'S!
Clocks, Watches, and Jwl.
paired in the best style of workmanship, and
-4 a ou ten. ,
rhankful for nast favors. tb BnV.eir;K
hopes by strict attention to business to merit
a conxmuance of public patronage.
jan23 . C. T. ROBERTS -'
Boot and shoe emporium:.' "
The subscriber begs leave to inform
the public that he has opened Out a Boot and
Shoe Store in the rooms formerly occupied
by Davis & Evans, on Center street, Ebens- "
burg, where he will carry on the business on
an extensive scale.
READY-MADE BOOTS and SHOES - - '
For sale at City Priest .
- vA.fcj i'iut 10 oraer
On shortest notice !
The- public are invited to give me
Call. I will Sail rhun as hm .
warrapt my.ttk and make to give atikfaaC
tion. fjan3!2 JOHN (X ZV&X,