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THURSDAY, JULY 4. 1867.
Onn and Tnelri.
The platform of our party as announced
by tit Williamsport Convention, should,
ad we doubt not will, receive the unqual
ified support of every true Republican.
II hat tie riog of good tnetal, and its
lear. unmistakable "enunciations will of
themselves be a power in the coming cam
paign. It ii a trumpet that sends forth
no uncertain sound. It utters thrilling
sentiments of devotion to nationality, jus
tice, and liberty, while on tho other hand
St contains nothing vindictive, nothing
that savors of revenge toward the unfor
tunate people of the South. "Give us
Justice for all, give us security for the
nation' says this model platform, "and
we shall rest contented."
"Representation in the Congress of the
United States and in the Electoral College
is a right fundamental and indestructible
ib its nature and abiding in every State,"
are the words of the Democratic platform,
which being put into other words of the
same but plainer import, mean, "Commit
secession, bo guilty of treason, inaugurato
war as often and on as great a scale as you
please, yet, on being conquered, you lose
none of your former rights, you need give
Hi security for future good behavior, you
need lortcit nothing lor your crime.
Hays tho Republican platform, "In the
came of the nation cared from treason, we
demand security against its repetition by
exactiog from the vanquished such guar
antees as will make treason so odious as
to be forever impossible." The Demo-
cratie platform docs not want any guar
anty against the repetition of treason. The
one condemns those who inaugurated the
rebellion the other conlemus thofe who
suppressed the rebellion j the one says
treason should be made virtually impossible
the ether says it should not; the one
sajs security for the futuro should be
given the other sajs it should not ; the
one says that it justifies the men and mea
sures by which the rebellion was sup
pressed the other says that the majority
in Congress and those who sustained
them "have overthrown the constitution,
dismembered the Federal Union, and sub
verted republican government." Those
who "sustained" the majority in Congress
were the soldiers and sailors of tho Uniou,
and these the Bmncri!ft platform ay
subverted republican government.
The Freeman of last week, with char
acteristic effrontery, presumes to take us to
task for our remarks in regard to Hiram
Hayes, an individual who barely escaped
conviction on a charge of rape at the last
term of our county court. We do not
hold ourselves answerable to the Freeman
for any editorial we may ste fit to publish,
nor do we desire any better evidence of
tho appropriateness of our remarks than
is to be found in the wriggling of the
Freeman in its last issue. One paragraph
from the Freeman's article will serve as a
specimen of the whole, and of that paper's
usual method of controversy. The Free
man says :
We agree with The Alleghanian that the
fact of Mr. Hayes being a radical preacher
was & suspicious circumstance, but we don't
think that this fact alone should be sufficient
to convict him of rape."
Now, The AUeghanian never uttered
one word about Hayes so far as his being
either a Radical or Conservative preacher
is concerned, nor do we know or care as to
the tact. While the Freeman makes such
abortive attempts to connect religion with
politics, it should, out of mere shame, if
it has any, (which ii doubtful,) "put its
hand upon its mouth and its mouth in the
dust" whenever prompted to write of
'political preachers." Moreover, if the
Freeman does not think itself guilty of a
'fat and plump falsehood" when it perpe
trates such utter mierepreaentationa as
the foregoing, will it be fco good as to tell
us in what a falsehood contests 7
Three months ago, the Freeman distor
ted facts, apparently that it might preju
dice the minds of its readers against some
unfortunate persons who had just been
convicted and sentenced by tho court, and
now it gives superfluous labor in defence
of a man who barely escaped conviction.
But, then, tho former persons were black,
and the latter person is white which we
dare say is in its estimation sufficient to
justify the most odious distinction.
MEXICO, for ihe last third of a century
rent by internal strife, promises still to be
the victim of her own passions. Not con
tent with a complete triumph over her
invaders, Juarez bus yielded to the cry
for blood, and alter a brief trial by court
tsartia), Maximilian was shot by a file of
soldiers on the morning of the 19th of
June. The threat of Escobedo, the ablest,
perhaps, of the 3IexUan generals, that in
.e Maximilian's life were tpared he
would bead an iosurreotioo agaiost his
cHcf, and the ery of the reoPle for Ten'
geance on their invader, have doubtless
impelled Juarez to the cruel, because
needless, act. But in yielding to the
cries of the people, Juarez has well nigh
placed Mexioo outside the list of civilized
Grand Celebration at Rome.
During the last days of June, over four
hundred and fifty arch-bishops and bishops,
and thirty thousand priests and members
of various religious orders met in Rome,
for the purpose ot celebrating the martyr
dom of St. Peter and the canonization of
certain missionaries put to death by the
Japanese. All the principal arch-bishops
and bishops of the United States and
Canadas were present. At the hands of
Bishop Wood, of Philadelphia, the pope
received the collection taken for his ben
efit in the Catholic churches of this
country during the past winter. The
collection amounted to two hundred thou
sand dollars in gold. At the same time,
he also received a silver model of the
yacht Henrietta, the fastest sailing vessel
in existence, and owned by J. G. Bennet,
Jr., of New York. The hold of the model
was laden with gold coin to the amount
of fifty thousand dollars, the whole being
a present from the diocese of Cincinnati.
The celebration in honor of the martyr
dom of St. Peter and of the Japanese
martyrs is said to have been the most
gorgeous display witnessed since the days
of Solomon. The immense church of
St. Peter's was illuminated by several
million wax tapers, and arrayed in cloths
of gold, paintings, silver tapestries, and
twenty thousand yaida of silk, while with
in were a hundred thousand people, inclu
ding the cardinal?, arch-bishops, and
bishops. A errand procession moved
through the streets, at the head of which
the pope was carried seated upon hia
throne. A singular commentary on the
wnoio anair was the suicide ot a man
ernzed by the gorgeousness of the display.
The fact becoming known to the pope, he
immediately re-consecrated the entire
The Republican Convention which met
at Williamsport on July the 26th, did a
wise thing in the nomination of Judge
Williams, of Alleghany. The Western
counties can be relied upou more than any
other equal number in the State for large
majorities ; uud, presenting as they did, a
man of high personal integrity, who is
also an experienced jurist, combining
integrity with great legal learning, they
deserved the nomination. Judge Williams
is a man worthy to be voted for, and who
will fill his seat on the bench not only
ably, but with lustre. He is, too, a man
in the prime of life, being forty-five years
of age of the age about which a man
should be who is to fill a position of which
he has a tenure for fifteen years. We
doubt not Allegheny and her neighboring
counties will give him such a vote as will
secure his election by a handsome majority.
The President wisely shrinks from the
execution of Attorney General Stanbery's
opinion of the reconstruction act. In the
stead of an order to the department Gen
eral commanding them to undo what they
have already done toward reconstruction,
the opinion of Mr. Stanbery is to be sent,
which of course can have no binding effect
cn the commanders. No thanks to the
President that he holds back from his
folly. The certain re-assembling of Con
gress in July, the storm of indignation
that was rising about him, may well be
heeded by the President. In his speech
at Baltimore, he said that "the era of
good will has commenced," and spoke of
forgiving "one another in tho spirit of
charity.'' He has the satisfaction of know
ing that he has not inaugurated - the era
of good will, and, heaven knows, he needs
A new sjstem ot registering letters
went into effect throughout the United
States on tho first of June. A new style
of canvas envelope, of a large size and of
an appearance sufficiently novel to attract
the attention of distributing clerks im
mediately, has been introduced with this
change. The printed directions on these
envelopes will give the reader a good idea
of the new system. They read : "Post
masters, route agents, railway postofficc
clerks, and receiving clerks, handling this
registered' package envelope whilo in
transit, are required to keep a record of
iita number, post mark, (with date,) ad
dress, date of its receipt, and the descrip
tion made of it by them on blanks and
books furnished for that purpose. Route
agents and railway postoffice clerks will
also take a receipt for it (to be earefully
preserved when it leaves their hands j) and
when such receipts cannot be obtained at
the time, they will place in the pouch
with this envelope a receipt to be signed
by tho postmaster of the olnce at which
the pouch is first opened. Ibis receipt
the nostmaster will 6ictr, and return it
(directed to the route agent or railway
p-'Si"ulvo Cicr J uy ueii man.
The Democratic Convention.
The Democratic County Convention
met in the Court House, Ebensburg, on
Monday, p. m. Tt. L. Johnston, Esq.,
was chosen President, and J. C. Eaaly
and J. A. Harrold rere appointed Seore-.
Col. John P. Linton, of Johnstown, was
renominated for Assembly by acclamation.
For Sheriff, there were three aspirants
John A: Blair, of Ebensborg, John
Porter, of Hemlock, and James B. M'-
Creight, of Johnstown. Mr. Blair was
nominated on the first ballot, by the fol
lowing vote :
John Cox, of Johnstown, H. Kinkead,
ot Ebensburg, Jos. M'Dooald,' of Ebens
burg, and Michael M'Colgan, of Summer-
hill, were name! for Treasurer. Three
ballots were had, resulting in the nomina
tion of Mr. Cox as follows:
-25 32 40
-16 13 5
17 24 25
At this juncture, a delegate from Wil-
more moved that the balance of the can
didates to be nominated, like those already
chosen, bo taken exclusively from Ebens
burg and Johnstown ; which motion, tho'
well put by the delegate, was not put at
all by the President of the Convention
For County Commissioner, Joseph
Criste, of Washington township, John Am
Kennedy, of Carroll township, Francis
O'Friel, of Loretto, Simon P. Dunmyer,
of Jackson township, Wm. J. Williams,
of Ebensburg, Edward M'G lade, of Wash
ington township, WTilliam A. Makin, of
Jackson township, and Fred. Kittell, of
Ebensburg, were named. Mr. Kennedy
was nominated on the third ballot
For Jury Commissioner, Recs John
Lloyd, of Ebensburg, George Gurley, of
Ebensburg, John Bearer, ot Susquehanna
township, George Walters, of Clearfield
township, and John Buck, of Carrolltown,
were named. Mr. Buck was nominated
on the third ballot.
For Poor House Director, Christian
Snyder, of Jackson township, W. H
Walters, of Johnstown, H. O'Harro, of
Munster township, Wm. P. Patton, of
Johnstown, John D. Thomas, of Ebens
burg, and Isaao Crawford, of Ebensburg,
were named. Mr. Thomas was nominated
on the third ballot.
. For Auditor, for three years, Edward
L. Evans, of Wilmore, was nominated by
For Auditor for one year, J. F. Allen,
of Yoder township, was nominated by ac
clamation. For Coroner, J. A. Hanrold, of Johns
town, was nominated by acclamation.
A County Committee was chosen,
whereof R. L. Johnston, Esq., was made
Such was the Convention. The
ticket nominated is not by any means a
strong one. True, it contains rome good
men, but it is beyond hope that the leaven
of their individual goodness will be suffi
cient to leaven the whole lump. In fact,
some of those who heloed to fabricate the
ticket are already ashamed ot their handi
work. Let the Republicans nominate a
good ticket it can be elected.
A VERY interesting suit at law is in
progress in the Circuit Court at Nash
ville, Tenn. During the war, Col.Thomas
C. Williams, of Gen. Rosccrans' staff,
married Miss Sanders, (a daughter of Mrs.
A. V. Brown), a lady of wealth and of the
highest social standing in Nashville. A
year af ter her marriage she died in Phil
adelphia, in childbirth. Some time after
his marriage, Col. Williams made to his
wifo a deed of gift of all his property, and
prior to her death she made a will giving
to him her whole es'ate, real and personal.
The will is contested by her brother and
sister. This is the case, on the face of it,
but back of it lies much which is more
thrilling than the wildest romance. The
ablest counsel in the State has been em
ployed. m m m
The question as to what authority a
teacher exercises over his pupils was deci
ded a few weeks ago in the Montgomery
county court, wherein a teacher was sued
for chastising a pupil with a rod for diso
bedience. The judge in his charge to
the jury, said that a teacher occupied the
position of loeux parentis towards his pupils
while under his charge, and the jury
sustained his opinion, and rendered a
verdict in favor of the teacher. Order is
the first law of nature, and the teacher,
without' authority to enforce obedience,
would be unable to correct or punish, and
thereby render the common school system
a mere farce. The rod is indispensable
at times in the school room.
Says the Kansas City Advertisert the
grasshoppers are eating up everything in
this section, in the shape of vegetation,
and the people are becoming much alarm
ed. In the skirts of the city thev are
matted upon the ground. . As their wings
grow out they move off rapidly, all going
in one direction, north-east j while count
less millions follow them and take their
places. Entirely back , to the mountains
these insects are now as numerous as they
were last rear, and if they oontinue to
sweep on over us till fall again, purely the
prospect 12 a gloomy one.
The Republican riatform.
The following are the resolution adop- I
ted by the Republican State UonYenUon
as Hiiuanpor ;
"The Republicans of Pennsylvania, ar
pealing again to the people, take pleasure
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in recalling tne repeatea occasion! ou i
-bih ih VAtra nf th nammnnwealtri
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dates ana principles ; ana strongly n-
pressed with tne importance or tne issues
involved at the ensuing election, make
M. d,W?n f thfi, oninion. and
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First. . That in the name of a nation
saved from treason, we demand security
azainst its repetition, by exacting from
the vanquished such guarantees as will
make treason so odious as to be forever
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Second. That, as in the past we cor-
dially justified the administration ox Abra-
bam .Lincoln in all necesaary acts ior
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uppreaiiug tue reucmuu, w. ru n
our judgment that the administration of
Andrew jonnson nas oeen caieny jaiiu-
ai w - r r r a
less because it has failed to try to gather
up and fix in the organio statute law the
great principles which the war has settled,
and without whose adoption as a rulo of
action, peace is but a delusiou and a snare.
Third. That in completion of the task
of reconstruction so firmly as to be per
petual, it in indispensable that traitors
beaten in the field shall not find a sanctu
ary in the courts : that the law shall not
be tortured to justify or palliate the crimes
of which our country enemies have been
guilty ; and that the law of war shall be
so distinctly declared by the courts that
no disturbing and paralyzing doubts may
ever De raised, as in ioui, respecting tue
essential rights of the Government, or
personal duties of citizens
fourth. That this Convention, speaking
for the Republicans of Pennsylvania,
unreservedly indorse the reconstruction
measures of the Thirty-ninth and Fortieth
Congress as based upon sound principles,
essentially wise and just, and promising
an early, loyal and permanent restoration
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oi mo reoei oiaies to ineir miare xa mc
a, f a. I TT! a 1 a J.
government ot tae union ; mat we ue-
nounco and condemn the enorts ot I'resi-
dent Johnson through his pliant Attorney
General, and a majority ot the Cabinet,
to evade those laws, bv interfr:ne to
nrtatxiint nnrt nrovont their PnfnrcumAnt in
tho RTwr-fc in which thftv wr nf!ted ;
and that we call upon Congress soon to
meet, to promptly and decisively dispose
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of this Dew nullification.
Fifth. That the thanks of the loval
men of this Commonwealth are hereby
tendered to Major General Sheridan and
Major General Sickles for their publicly
declared unwillingness to be made the
instruments, in the startling and truthful
words of the former, in opening, under
Presidential dictatiou, a broad and macad
amized way for perjury and fraud to travel
on in pursuit ot the. coveted repossession
of political power in the rebel States, and
that this convention confidently expect
that Gen. Grant will vindicate his past
record Dy cordially sustaining them in
their patriotic efforts to execute the law.
Sixth. That President Johnson further
merits our condemnation for his reckless
pardon and attempted restoration to polit-
imI rmht nf mnv nf fh rhifif ennsiira.
tors again-t the Union ; and that, espeo-
tally, his persistent enorts to compel tne
release ot J enerson Davis without question
for his crimes, were a reproach to the
administration of justice, and an insult to
Seventh. That, warned by past inisfor-
tunes, we ask that the Supreme Court of
tho State be placed in harmony with the
political opinions of a majority of the
people, to the end that the Court may
never again by unjust decisions seek to
set aside laws vital to the nation, nor
imperil the safety of tho publia securities,
nor impair the operation of the bounty,
pension and tax laws, which were required
for public defense, nor in any way thwart
the measures which were essential to the
public protection ; but that ou the other
hand, it may become and remain a nt and
faithful interpreter of the liberal spirit ot
the age, the bulwark of public faith, and
an impartial and fearless exponent ot the
efiual rights of men.
Eighth. That, protection being a cardi
nal feature of the llepublican creed, we
trust that such legislation will be secured
at the earliest period as will afford ade
quate protection to American industry.
Ninth. That, in conformity with the
pledges civen last fall by both candidates
for Governor, we now demand the enact
ment of a free railroad law, by which the
enterprise of our people may be stimulated
and the resources of the Commonwealth
Tenth. That in Governor John W. Gea
ry, we recognize an honest and courageous
public servant, who in the chair of State
is adding freshness to laurels gallantly won
in tho war.
Eleventh. That the gratitude of the
people to the soldiers and sailors, whose
bravery met and overthrew the slavehold
ers' rebellion, should have repeated and
emphatio expression : and that we hearti
ly disapprove of and condemn the course
of the Secretary of the Treasury in post
poning and ignoring the just claims of
our brave defenders upon the bounty of
the Government, awarded to them by the
Ttcelfth. That in the Hon. Henry W.
Williams, ot Alleshanv countv. we Tre
sent to the people of Pennsylvania an
eminent jurist: one in every way well
qualified for the responsible duties of the
office ot Judge ot the Supreme Court;
able as a lawyer; impartial, prompt, and
tnorougn as a juage; nonesi j upright
without suspicion as a man, and loyal and
unwavering in his devotion to the cause
of his country.
Hon. D. J. Morrell has been sppoin
ted member of tho Republican State Cen
trai committee lor vaaoria eottoty.
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.
jljL The undersigned. Auditor, appointed
by the Orphans' Court of Cambria county, to
'JSS r.UtV. Vet!
tat of Dennis Doueherty. late of Alltffba-
nr townahin. deceased, hereby notifiea all
persons interested that he will attend to the-
j t. . . vi- - rm .
aJ? omcv, m
""""""Ki roy, me to, uy i jyvguti.
I next, at 2 o'clock; p. m., when and where
red from comJng in for ft ib. of i4id fQnd
jy4-3tj GEO. w. OATMAN, Auditor.
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A UDITOR'S NOTICE
Ane unaersignea, Auauor, appointed
by the Orphans' Court or Cambria county, to
distribute the fund in the hands of John A.
Blair, administrator of the estate of Mary
Clements, deceased, hereby notifies all per-
I r a 1. ; 1 1 a J a. i
on uiereiea io n wm wa to me
Jtie9.of ,aid V1;011116 Bto54 offi"' la
I Ebensburg, on Saturday, the 8a day of Au-
guit next Rt 2 o'clock, p. m., wben and where
thev must present their claims, or be debarred
from coming in for a snare oi said fund.
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i jjEW NEW NEW
CHEAP ' CHEAP
CASH CASH CASH
The subscriber calls attention to the fact
that he has received and opened out, at his
Store, on lligh atreet, (opposite tne Uank,)
tte largest and best selected stock or
ever brought to Ebensburg.
j FLOUR, CORN MEAL, CHOP FEED, BRAN,
BACON, CHEESE, CRACKERS,
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, SYRUPS. MOLAS
SES, RICE, SPICES, ESSENCES,
nERRING, MACKEREL, asp COD FISH,
CASTOR a CARBON OILS, DRUGS, MEDI
CINES, 1 ERFCMERl ,
SALT, CANDLES, SOAPS, WASHING SO
DA, FAMILY DYE COLORS, LOG
WOOD, BLUE VITRIOL,
TOBACCO AMD CIGARS lett brand,,
EARTHENWARE and STONEWARE, IRON,
NAILS, GLASS, PUTTY,
POWDER, 3HOT, LEAD, as GUN-CAPS,
CLOVES, MACE, PEPPER, CINNAMON, AL-
I ' . I '
i UM, DIUKD REACHES, HOMINY,
l liAKiMi bODA, &c, &c.
Arnold's Writing Fluid,
Checkers and Checker Boards,
I Pen and rocket Knives,
1 Horse Brushes and Cards,
Chalk, Chalk Lines,
Horse Shoe Nails,
Tacks and Thread.
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Wood and Willow Ware,
Tubs, Buckets, Brooms,
Wash Boards, Clothes Pins,
Bed Cords, Stove Brushes,
Scrub and Dusting Brushes.
The finest stock in town of
For the children :
TOYS 1 TOYS ! TOYS 1 TOYS I
The latest styles of
HATS A CAPS.
SQf Keeps constantly on hand Bologna
Sausage, Sardines, Fresh and Spiced Oysters,
and everything in the Eating as well as in
the Drinking line.
The public are requested to give him
a trial. Ho pledges himself to sell cheaper,
J and to sell a better article, than any other
I aeaier in town. ur.unu uuaLM.
Ebensburg, March 14,1867.
-r- QRETTO DRUG STORE!
I The subscriber has opened out in Loretto,
Cambria county, a large and wll selected
A heavy stock of
DRUGS asd PATENT MEDICINES,
j PAINTS a OILS,
FAMILY DYE COLORS,
PURE WINES LIQUORS,
for medicinal purposes,
PERFUMERY asd TOILET ARTICLES,
HANGING LAMPS, SIDE LAMPS with RE
FLECTORS, LAMPS of all kinds,
BRUSHES, TOOTH, NAIL, asd PAINT, .
PENS, PENCILS, INK,
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS,
And a general assortment of other articles
usually found in such an establishment.
t&Sf Country Physicians would do well by
calling on me before purchasing elswhere.
SF Prticripttons carefully com rounded at
Store on Main street.
je20.3m A. J. CHRISTY.
I JL i All persons knowing themselves in-
-ented to me by Note or Book Account of
- OTer 811 m.onin? standing, are requested to
they will find their accounts in the hands
of an officer for immediate collection. A
I strict adherence to this notice will save costs.
. ucu. uuntley.
Ebensburg, June 20, 1867.
rpHE RISING SUN STOVE POLISH,
I vP wtv f noiiah. f iw.
durability, and cheapness, this preparation
is truly unrivalled. Buy no other. For
sale at UEO. HUNTLEY 8.
- -w-x (
OPE FOR PATENT HAY FORKS
Can be had low, for cash, at
ii REAT-BEDUCTION o PRlciJj
X return my sincere thanks to toy Ctitm
and customers for their liberal patroaac,V
the past twelv years, during wkica L...
have been in business in Ebnitir. . '
now, owing to the extensive basineni?
doing, I take pleasnrt in Informing tte v
that I have adopted the
by means of which there will be a caiA7l.
nccTio In my profits. A continuaac,i
your patronage will satisfy you that It S
be to your advantage to bey for Xa&t .
instead of 05 caioir. 4
My stock will consist In part as follows ;
FOR THE BUILDER.
Door Locks, Cupboard Locks,
Window Sp'gi, Shatter Hinges, a
Porch Irons, Window CUts,
FOR THE CARPENTER.
Boring Machines, Angers, Chisels, Brat
Bits, Hatches. Squares, Compasses, Bv.
els. Pocket Rules. Try Squ.res, Lt.
els. Jack, Smoothing, and For
Planes, Panel Ploughs, Bea
ding, Sash, Raiting, a
Match Planes, Hollow and
Rounds, Guages. Oil Stones,
Saw Sets, Screw Drivers, Bents
Screws, Cross-cut, Panel, Rip, Compui
and Back Saws, Chalk and Chalk Liaei i,,
FOR THE BLACKSMITH
Horse Mule Shoes,
Screw Plates, '
Cast Steel ShonipjJW
FOR THE SHOEMAKER.
Shoe Lasts, Shank Irons,
Crimping Boards and Irons,
Peg Cutters, Knives, AwIb,
Hammer?, Pincers, Raps,
Rubbers, and Bench ?ki
Nails, Tacks, Thread, Wax, Bristles, l.
FOR THE SADDLER.
Iron and Wood Gir
Bridle Bits, Buckles, Trace Hooks, Sp1,
Rings, Halter Bolts, Ornaments, llivc'.i,
Snaps, Stirrups, Tacks,
Rein Web, Girthing, Ac.
FOR THE CABINET MAKER & TAIME
Bench Tools, Table Hinges. Screws, Bed
Castors, Bedstead Fasteners, Drawer
Locks, Knobs, Coffin Trimmings of ill
descriptions. Gold Leaf, Bronzes, Pi'-.m,
Sash, and Varnish Brushes, Oils, Pain'.i,
. Varnishes, Turpentine, Colored PaiaU,
dry and ground in oiL
FOR TnE SPORTSMAN.
Rifles, Shot Guns, Pistols,
Hunters' Knives, Capn, It
Powder, Shot, Towder Flash,
Shot Pouches, Game Bag$.
Also, Gun Locks, Main Springs, Plij
Pircts, Double Triggers, Hacusers, 4c.
FOR THE FARMER.
Plows, Points, Shovel3, Forks,
Scythes and Srathes, Rakes,
Hoes, Spades, Sheep Shears.
Sheep and Cow Bells, Sleigh Belli, 1orn
Brushes. Cards, Curry Combs, Psteai
Hames, Whips, But, Trace, Breast, Hal
ter, Tongue, Fith & Log Cbet,
Barn Door Rollers, Sugar Ket
tles, Steelyards, Cutting Boxes.
FOR THE HOUSEKEEPER.
Flour, Tea, Coffee.
Baking 4 Wash. S: '
Family Dye Color,
Solution of Tin,
W ash Boards,
Bake Pans, Buckets,
Table and Tea Sp
Meal Seives, Brooms, Table Cutlery,
Shovels and Pols.i.
Carbon Oil Lamps,
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