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Soda U'ater. A few days since, a
countryman and his newly married "wife
visited the city for the purpose of seeing
the "sights." While strolling through
the streets, they thought they would in
dulge in the luxury ot' a glas3 of soda.
Entering an apothecary store, they made
known their wants.
"What kind of syrup V asked the man
behind the counter.
"Wall, I guess I'll take some of the
yrup of equiils," the countryman an
swered. 4We do not nse that kind," said the
"I knoif you've got it, and don't want
to give it to me because it's costly. 13ut
I must have syrup' of squills V
The druggist remonstrated, but all :o
do purpose. The' countryman would have
quills or nothing, remarking: '
"All the ether syrup is made of sugar,
lemon drops, " sarsaparilter, and sich, to
humbug folks." ' '; -: '
The squills were procured, and our he
ro was requested to pour out for himself.
He did so, taking a bountiful quantity, in
order to get his money's worth. ,
The heroine was now asked what kind
of syrup she preferred.
"Reckon as how I'll try mine without
any squills or swectning," she answered,
. Her wish was complied with, and then
the happy couple touched glasses -and
wallowed the fluid, sitting down imme
diately after, "to let tho darned thing
ettle," they said. ;
After a lew moments, our hero began
to experience a new internal sensation.
' "Jerusalem 1" he exclaimed, "what's
the matter with my stomach ?" And be
fore an answer could be returned, he was
four miles off Capo Cod.
"I'm pisened !" he moaned. "Only
married . three days, and got to die !
Pump it out ot me, somebody. I'll give
A doctor fifty cents to save my life !"
The wife fell on her knees and attemp
ted to comfort her husband, but be was
not to be comforted j and not until. tho
last of the squills had left him did he en
tertain the slishtest hope of remaining in
this world. The couple left the store,
fully determined to use some other syrup
besides squills in the future.
A Porcine Joke. A good story is
told of a Mr. Sayre, of Lexington, Ky.
Mr. Sayre lisp a little. Home year3
fioc an overseer of one of his farms told
him he needed some hogs on his place.
Said Mr. Sayre :
"Go ani buy four or five tbouth and
pigs, then, and put them on tho farm."-
The man, accustomed to obey, and that
without questioning, asked :
"Shall I take the money with me to'
purchaso with ?"
."No thir ! They all know me. Thend
them here I'll pay for them, or gio you
the money to pay when you get them."
The overseer went his way, and in two
weeks returned, when the lollowing con
versation took place :
"Well, Mr. Sayre, I can't get that
many pigs. I have ridden all over the
country, and can buy but between eight
and nine hundred."
."Eight or nine hundred what?"
"Eight or tiino hundred pigs."
"Eight or nine hundred pigs ! Who
told you to buy that many pigs 1 Are
you a fool V
"You told me to buy them, two weeks
since. I have tried to do it."
"Eight - or nine hundred pigth ! My
God! I never told you any thutch thing!"
"But you did you told me to go out
aud buy four or live thousand piss."
"I didn't do no thutch thing! You
eternal idiot, I told you to go and buy
four or five thouth and their little pigp,
and here you have brought mo all the
pigs for twenty miles around I'
Mr. Sayre had pork to sell that fall.
A Sharp Dodge. A farmer-in the
State of Connecticut has a pair of twin
daughters. They both attend the same
school, and not long since, one of them,
who is averse to studying, was called up by
the teacher to recite a lesson in geography,
which she had learned very imperfectly
ic fact, she could not go on at all. The
teacher was getting out of patience, when
he was called to another part of the room
for a moment. No sooner was his back
turned, when the twin sister sprang to the
floor, unobserved, and pushed the delin
qaent pupil to her seat. The teacher
returned and proceeded with his questions,
which were answered with a degree of
promptness and accuracy which, at the
close, drew from him a few words ot commendation.
A Hard Fall. A -Yankee gentle
man, escorting a British friend to view
the different objects of attraction in the
vicinity of Boston, brought him to Bun
ker Hill. They stood looking at the
splendid monument for a time, when the
Yankee said, "This is the placo where
Warren fell." "Ah !" replied tho En
glishman, evidently not posted up in local
historical matters; "did it hurt him
much V . The native looked at him
"hurt him !" said he ; "he was killed,
fir." "Ah ! he was, eh ?" 6aid the stran
ger, fetill eyeing the monument, and com
puting its height in his own mind, !ayer
by layer j "well, I think he would have
been, to fall so far !"
A Child's Question. A man was
recently blessed by an addition to his
household. The next morning tho happy
father took his four-year-old boy to the
upper room to see the littlo brother, who
was quietly enjoying his first morning nap
with his little mouth open. All were
quietly watching the elJer brother, desi
rous to catch his first observation. With
eyes firmly fixed on the new comer, and
with a countenance showing trouble with
in, after a few moments of silence, he
defiantly exclaimed, "I should like to
know who pulled babv'a teeth '."
A. ERAniEV. " W. VANKinK.' JXO. S. BRADLEY.
JgRADLEY STOVE WORKS,
Manufacture every variety of
COOK, PARLOR AND HEATING STOVES,
Among which are the celebrated National,
Talisman, Tropic and Eureka Coal Cook
Stovea.;': J " C " X "J?
Also, Veteran, Fonoma and Ironsides
Wood Cook Stoves.
GRATE FRONTS, FE.NDERS, &c
Bgk- Agents for Lotze'a Celebrated Hotel
and Family Ranges.
Office, corner of Second and Wood streets,
Pittsburgh Pa, ;., : ' .- fe28.Tm
FLOCR. - PRODUCE.
np C. JENKINS,
JL COMMISSION MERCHANT.
- Wholesale Dealer and Receiver of
ELOUR, PROVISIONS, all kinds of PRO
DUCE, and REFINED OILS.
Cheapest Flour House in Pittsburg.
' All choice reliable standard Family
Brands constantly on hand. Quality of Flour
guaranteed. Reduction to dealers! -..Custom
ers furnished with Price Current weekly. .
Checkered Front, 273 Liberty St., 7
feb21.1yj Pittsburg, Pa.
EC. EBY & CO ,
' " And Commission Merchants, v
No. 522 Market St., between Fifth and'Sixtb,
' We have constantly on hand a general as
sortment of 'all kinds of fish, in large and
small packages, which we will sell low for
Cash or short credit. Also, Duncannpn Nails
and Spikes of all sites, constantly on hand,
and for sale at Manufacturer's prices. jau24
ARNES, OSTERHOUT, IIERRON
Manufacturers and 'Wholesale Dealers in
STRAW GOODS, ," '
! And FURS,
No. 503 Market Et.', above Fifth st:;1
JENSON, CAMPBELL & Co.,
and commission merchants,
No. DOT Market st., Philadelphia.
Refer by permission to A. A. Barker,
Ebensburg. - -J-ap25
a o' etm a i
W!f. M. COOK.
GEO. D. COOK.
flOOK BROTHERS & CO.,
W .. ; . Wholesale dealers in
PROVISIONS, FLOUR, SALT, CHEESE,
CARBON OIL, SOAPS, CANDLES, ic.
" 345 Liberty St., near Union Depot,
feb21 .... Pittsburg, Ta.
JAS. W. RIDDLE,. J. TUTHET SMITII,
JNO. C. SHERBORNE, W. CALVIN MOORE.
TWIDDLE, SHERBORNE & CO.,
Wi Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN k DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
438 Market St., below 5th, and 433 Merchant
street. Ijan24 PHILADELPHIA.
JACOn K. SMITH.
J. B. BELTZE3.
SMITH & SELTZER, "
Importers and Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE,
GUNS, CUTLERY, kc.
No. 409 N. Third sU, above Callowhill,
W. V. LIPPINCOTT. GEO. 91. BOND. JAS. MITCHEL.
LIPPINCOTT, BOND & CO.,
Manufacturers Wholesale Dealers in
HATS, CAPS, FURS, and' STRAAV GOODS,
jan24l ,-No. 413 Market st., Philada.
ERY & KURTZ,
' " Importers and Jobbers of
HOSIERY, GLOVES, NOTIONS, & FANCY
jan24j 325 Arch St., Philadelphia.
yjl - HUGHES & CO.,
DEALERS IN LUMBER,
y Ebessbvro, Pa,
Want to buy
100,000 feet good Cherry Lumber.
100,000 feet Chair and Settco Plank.
100,000 feet f-jnch Poplar.
50,000 feet wide 1-inch Poplar.
100,000 feet Clear Pino. -
For ' all which, thehighest market price
will be paid in cash. . " '' .
Particular attention will bo paid to filling
TTM. R. HUGHES & CO.,
WILMORE, CAMBRIA CO., PA.
jan24 - HARDWARE; ic.
JOBERT E. JONES,
. . Ebensbueg, Cambria Cousty, Ta.
Will buy Cherry, Poplar, Ash, and
Lind Lumber. Highest prices in cash paid.
Orders promptly filled. feb7
AS. II. DAVIS,
Dealer in all kinds of
. : POPLAR, CHERRY & ASH LUMBER.
Yard, Nos. 314 Jt 31C N. Broad st.,PhiIa.
Egg" Business attended to in Ebensburg by
Wni. J. Williams. rayOly
BRICKS 1 BRICKS ! BRICKS ! :
The JOHNSTOWN MANUFACTURING
CO. have constantly on hand and for sale at
very low prices, a superior article of
COMMON axu PRESSED BRICK!
fagr Special rate3 of freight to all points
on the Pcnna. Railroad. Address
O. N. RAMSEY, Snpt.,
May 9-6m. Johnstown, Va..
"Jj-EW CnEAP CASH STORE! I
Tha subscriber calls attention to the fact
that he has received and opened out, at his
Store, on High street, (opposite the Bank,)
the largest "and best selected stock of- .
GROCERIES! ever brought to Ebensburg.
FLOUR, CORN MEAL, CHOP FEED, BRAN,
BACON, CHEESE, CRACKERS,
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, SYRUPS, MOLAS
SES, RICE, SPICES, ESSENCES,
HERRING, 1ACKE REL, akd COLV FISH,
CASTOR CARBON OILS, DRUGS' MEDI
SALT, CANDLES, SOAPS, WASHING SO
DA, FAMILY DYE COLORS, LOG
WOOD, BLUE VITRIOL,
TOBACCO and CIGARS best brands
EARTHENWARE and STONEWARE; IRON,
NAILS, GLASS, PUTTY,
POWDER, SHOT, LEAD, an? GUN-CAPS,
CLOVES, MACE, PEPPER, CINNAMON. AL
UM, DRIED PEACHES, HOMINY,
BAKING SODA, &c, &c.
Arnold's Waiting Fluid,
Checkers and Checker Boards,
Pen and Pocket Knives,
Horse Brushes and Cards,
Currycombs, Rope, Twine,
Chalk, Chalk Lines, i 5 5 ' '
Horse Shoe Nails,
Tacks and Thread.
Wood and Willow Ware,
Tubs, Buckets, Brooms,
Wash Boards, Clothes Pins,
; Bed Cords, Stove Brushes,
Scrub and Dusting Brushes.
The finest stock ia town of;
i For the children :
TOYS I TOYS! TOYS! TOYS I
! The latest styles of
i HATS a CAPS.
' J Keep3 constantly on hand Bologna
Sausage, Sardines, Fresh and Spiced Oysters,
and everything in the Eating as well as in
the Drinking line.
EF" The public ftre requested to give him
a trial. He pledges himself to sell cheaper,
and to sell a better article, than any other
dealer in town. GEORGE GUfUAY.
; Ebensburg, March 14, 1867.
ORETTO DRUG STORE!
The subscriber has opened out in'Loretto,
Cambria county, a: large and well selected
DRUGS '"' ;
i :- ' - LIQUORS, &c.
f A heavy stock, of.
! DRUGS and PATENT MEDICINES,
PAINTS OILS, FAMILY DYE COLORS,
PURE WINES A LIQUORS,
for medicinal purposes,
; PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES,
HANGING LAMPS,: SIDE LAMPS with RE-
ELECTORS, LAMPS of all kinds,
; BRUSHES, TOOTH, NAIL, ad PAINT,
PENS, PENCILS, INK,
t - : ,; POWDER, SHOT, CAPS,
And r general assortment of other articles
usually found in such an establishment.
Country Physicians would do well by
calling on me before purchasing elswhere.
J Prescriptions carefully compounded at
Kgy Store on Main street.
je20.3m A. J. CHRISTY.
VRTFORD LIVE STOCK INSU
CASH CAPITAL. $500,000
. We are now prepared to insure Live Stock
aga'iDstboth Death and Theft in this live and
reliable Company. Owners of Stock have
now the opportunity, by insuring with this
Company, of obtaining security and remune
ration for the los3 of their Animals in case of
Death or Theft.
OWNERS OF nOrtSES.
..Manufacturers, Expressmen,'?. Teamsters,
Physicians, and in fact all who are to any
extent dependent upon the services of their
Horses in their daily avocations, should in
sure in this Company ' and : thus derive a
protection against the pecuniary damage they
would sustain in the loss of their Animals,
which are in many cases the 6ole means of
support of their owners.
Farmers and others owning Cattle should
avail themselves of this means of saving the
value of their Stock, and secure an equiva
lent for the loss which would otherwise fall
heavily upon them in being deprived of their
Cattle, by insuring in this Company the
Pioneer Company of America. - By insuring
iu this Company, you-exchange
AN UNCERTAINTY for a CERTAINTY I
No man can tell whether his Animal may not
be stolen or die, through some unforeseen
JGS? Competent agents wanted, to whom a
liberal compensation will be paid.
Apply to : . : ; KERR & CO., ; T
GenerarAgents, Altoona, Tenna.
EST Col. Wm. K. Piper, Ebensburg, Local
Agent for above Company. ap4-ly
BRA HAM BLAINE, Barber
Shaving, Shampooing, and Hair-dressing
done in the most artistic style. , , . .
gicay Saloon directly opposite the "'Moun
tain House." "" jan2 4
1867. ,,,,s-raae-1 807.
. I am now prepared to offer
SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS -
- . To Cash Purchasers of , ,
TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE I
-i ;i .'.: . either at;. ;
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL!
My stock consists in part of every variety of
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER AND BRASS
: .... WARES, ' ; '
ENAMELED 'AND - PLAIN SAUCE PANS,
BOILERS,; &c..: ..
COAL SHOVELS, MINE LAMPS, OIL CANS,
. : c HOUSEFURNISHING HARDWARE .
. . - . OF EVERY KIND -
' : . i . - Spear's Anti-Dust .- --
' HEATING AND COOKING STOVES,
'EXCELSIOR COOKING STOVES,
NOBLE, TRIUMPH and PARLOR STOVES!
And any Cooking Stove desired I will get
when ordered at manufacturers' retail prices.
Odd. Stove Plates and Grates," &c.,. for re
pairs, on hand for the Stoves I sell ; others
will be ordered when wanted. .
Particular attention given to ,
": ' . . SPOUTING! . .tt
, . VALLEYS AND CONDUCTORS 1 ,
All of which will bo made out of best mate
rials and put up by competent workmen.
LAMP BURNERS, WICK AND. CHIMNEYS,
L r - ; Wholesale or Retail, r!:- :. z:.
I would call particular attention, to. .the
Light-House Burner, . with Glass Coae, 4ot
giving;more light than any other in use,.
U.lso, the Paragon Burner, for Crude Oil.
" '- BrENCER'S SIFTER J
; ' It recommends itself.
J SUGAR KETTLES AND CAULDRONS I
1 . .......
. . .of all sizes, ' ' , , f
' Constantly pa hand. - "
i . .1 ' ' .r:- '.' ,xS ,
.. : Special attention given to j.". in'.
In Tin, Copper, or Sheet Iron, at lowest pos
j ' sible rates. - -- , ' '
WHOLESALE MERCHANTS' LIST
Now ready and will be sent on application by
" mail or in person.
i 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, whether
they buy or not. FRANCIS W. HaY. .
5 Johnstown, Jan. 24, 1867.9m .
CARD TO THE LADIES !
j - GOLDEN PERIODICAL PILLS
' FOR FEMALES. '
In correcting Irregularities, removing Ob
structions of the Monthly Turns, from what
ever cause, and always successful as a Pre
ventive. It is now over thirty years since the above
celebrated Pill3 were discovered by Dr. Du
pbaco, of Paris, during which time they hare
been extensively and successfully used in
most of the public institutions as well as in
private practice of both hemispheres, with
unparalleled success in evert ease, and it is on
ly at the "urgent request" of the thousands
of ladies who have used them that l.e is in
duced to make the Pills public for the alle
viation of those suffering from any irregular
ities whatever, as well as to prevent an
increase of family where health will not
permit it. Females peculiarly situated, or
those supposing themselves so, are cautioned
against using these Pills while in that con
dition, as the proprietor assumes no respon
sibility after the above admonition, although
their mildness would preveut any mischief to
health oth erwise the Pills are recommended.
ONE BOX IS SUFFICIENT.
Full and explicit directions accompany
each box, which must be strictly followed,
and all diseases peculiar to females may be
Price $1 per box ; six boxes, $5. Sold by
one druggist in every town, village,' city and
hamlet throughout the world.
Sold in Ebensburg, Pa., by
- - - R.'J. LLOYD, Druggist."
Ladies, by sending him $1 to the Ebens
burg P. O., can have the Pills sent (confiden
tially) by mail to any part of tho Country,
tree of postage. - v
Jgf" Sold also by Roush k Taylor, Altoona ;
Johnson, Holloway k Cowden, Phila; Demns
Barnes & Co., New York; S. D. Howe, Sole
Prpprietor, New York. aprll-ly
O 'Main st., JOHNSTOWN, VA.
A. Row & Co., Proprietors.
Thi3 -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 house in town.- The proprietors ..Jty long
experience in hotel keeping feel ""confident
that they can please adi&crhninating public.
Their table" will be supplied with tHe best the
market affords, and the bar with the choicest
liquors and wines. . By constant find careful
attention, they expect. to merit and receive
a share of public patronage. jan24
GRANT HOUSE, , ,
. Hemlock, Cambria Co., Pa.
:; JOHN WILKIN, Proprietor.
Thi3 house has . been refitted, and offers
superior accommodations to any other house
in town. The proprietor, after long experi
ence in the business, feels confident he under
stands the wants of the public His table
will be supplied with all the delicacies of the
season , and his bar with the choicest wines
and liquors. By, constant attention, he ex-r
pects to merit a liberal share of public patron
age. ... - my 1 6
OUNTAIN HOUSE, - .
. EBENSBURG, PA.
, R.; P.'Linton & Co., Proprietors.
The , Table is always . supplied with the
choicest delicacies The Bau is supplied with
choice liquors : and the Stable attended by
careful hostlers. Boarders taken by the week
month or year. . jan24
Henry Fgbtkk, Proprietor.
The first class position among first class
Hotels will be maintained in the future, as
in the past, by tho Arcade, ffebJ
III ELDS HOUSE, :
LORETTO, CAMBRIA. CO., PA.,
Thomas Callan, Proprietor.
Accommodations unsurpassed by unyothet
Hotel on the Mountain. jan24
Handbills of all kinds printed at this
UMMER GOODS FOR 1867 ! !-
. ,: IN GREAT VARIETY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Just received at the Store of
. WOOD, MOI5UELL Si. CO.,
JOHNSTOWN, PA. '
.. DRESS GOODS, . .
-MERINOS, PLAIDS, POPLINS,
ALPACAS, N DELAINES. PRINTS,
FLANNELS, J BLANKETS,
. SHAWLS AND CLOAKINGS,
Every style in the market;"
HOSIERY, GLOVES, AND KNIT GOODS,
HATS CAPS, 300TS SHOES.
. . A large assortment of
. WHITE G O O D S,
embracing new styles of . -
NAINSOOKS, SWI5S MUSLINS, MULLS,
TARLKTONSV WHITE CRINOLINES,
t BRILLIANT CORDED SKIRTING.
A full stock of handsome and first quality
consisting in part of
JACONET AND SWISS EDGINGS AND
i " INSERTINGS,
' DIMITY BANDS, COLLARS, SETTS,
BOBBIN -A THREAD EDGINGS LACES.
i HOOPED SKIRTS,
. Cheaper than ever! , , . .
i Th celebrated
' DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT,
the best in use,
Sold at tht very lowest market rates.
DAMASKS, TABLE COVERS, CRASH,
. BROWN DAMASK T VBLE LINENS,
FRINGED HACK, D? PER AND DAMASK
- ' : - TOWELS,
HONEY COMB QUILTS, .
PILLOW CASE LINENS,
PILLOW CASE MUSLINS,
SHEETINGS, CARPETS, RUGS,
HASSOCKS, FLOOR CLOTHS, kc , ic,
Of all sizes, widths, and prices..
In addition to the above, we have a full
. . : EtOCk of
BOOTS $ SHOES, HATS $ CAPS,
NOTIONS, PERFUMERY, kc.
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,
Sugor-cured Hams, Dried Beef.
Salt by the barrel, and 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 kinds.
Rio and Java Coffees.
Black, Imperial and Young Hyson Teas.
Hard, Soft, Pulverized 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 Linseed Oils.
Coal Oil and Turpentine.
Paints ot every description.
Yarnishes. Paint, Whitewash,
Scrub, and Horse Brushes.
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES.
A good assortment of
HARDWARE, QUE ENS WARE, &c.
We have just imported from Liverpool,
TWENTY-TWO CRATES of QUEENS WAKE,
Which will be sold vey low.
MALT AND HOPS
always on hand.
FEED, VEGETABLES, &c.
We 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.
JBSF" Market Days. Until further notice,
the Market will open punctually at G o'clock,
a. m., of every day in the week', (except Sun
day,) under the immediate charge of Mr. E.
Young. Tork, Beef, Veal, Mutton, Sausage,
Puddings, &c, always on sale. Venison in
In connection with our Dry Goods Depart
ment, fre Still continue, in the sernnri atnrir
j of the New Building, tho Merchant Tailoring
Dusiness, under the cnargu ot -the most ac
complished Cutters in the country. -
On the first floor of the New Building. The
Boot and Shocmaking business is in the
hands of competent workrawi. rjan2t
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T T T., ' S
Messrs. Evans and Watson : Gt.s-n.ii
j.uc Eui.m size :o. i oaiamanuer safe
i purcnasea irom your agent, Mr. aJs
uarr, in Lancaster city, on July 20th j;
nas been subjected to a very severe
wnicn n wunstood in a most satisf
manner. This Safe, containiugall mT to
together, with valuable papers beloncim
andrepresenting avalue of overTTentr n, I
saau L'.onars, zu,uuu; was in nr J;;;
was destroyed on the nicht of .'" -.;. .J".
ly, I860, and passed thiough tiie tm Mi '
.... .1 -1 rr 1. C r.. .
uiiitu.ucu. iuc oiiic was on me stcoai fit
and fell to the basement of the Mill, and?
subjected for six hoars to an intense
among the rui.is, which wasgreatly inert
by the combustion of a large quantity of
confined within th brick walls. Afier
lire the safe was opened and the lock; i
papers taken out in a state of perfect pri
vation, the r-aner not even beinc di-'.-.
This fact was, however, to many InivJ
a better recommendation or your rafVJ
could be expressed ia any other wordit:
me. Yourj UespectfiillT,
fian24l SAMUEL T ivn
Su. A large assortment of the abovto:
iiy 01 r ire anu luiei rrooi sates alT-ari
hand and for sale at as low rates ns anro;
6rm. at . EVANS k WATSOVS."
No. 1G Soutn Fourth st., rhilIpiio
T) RICES REDUCED !
JL JOHNSTOWN MARBLE WO?.
The subscriber has just received a I
and handsome invoice of
ITALIA X AND AM ERIC AX MATd.
comprising the largest and finest stock c:
kind ever brought to Johnstown, hi;
tablishment, on Franklin Steeet, wherti.
prepared, with an adequate force of k:'
enced and skillful workmen, to fiecoie
MANTELS, TABLE TurS,
BUREAU TOPS, c, 4c,
as cheap as they can be purchased in ir
A large stock of GRINDSTONES on
and for sale low.
Articles of my manufacture can be pert
sed at the Hardware Store of Mr. Ctc
Huntley, in Ebensburg.
jgxjf Prompt attention paid to order
a distance, and work delivered ivliere:
red. rjftn24l JOHN PAEE
LORETTO MARBLE TVORK
The undersigned begs leave to ir'
the citizens of Cambria and acjoinirr.v
ties that he has just received a stotk c'. v
finest Italian and other Marbles at h':"'
lishment, in Loretto, Cambria county, ri
- Monuments, Tombs, Grave Stents, Tal'
Bureau (ops, manufactured of the mo.H U
tiful and finest quality of Foreign an& DD
tic marble, always on hand and m&Ae toe-
as cheap as they can be purchased lutnt.
in a neat and workmanlike manner,
the shortest notice.
The public are respectfully invited to;
me a call before purchasing elsewhere.'
am confident that my work and priof !
satisfy any person desiring anything
line of business.
Now is the tiaio to get a cheap ice!
Loretto, January 24, ISoTtf
PATItOMZL YOI It OiT-V
Tte IVoteetioH Alutunl FYre Insitrtinrt
OF CAMBRIA COUNIt
liUVAHil 1. X .A I". i VJ X. U,
THE above named Company, orjr.
April 6th, 1857, will effect insuras
property at safe rates. Being partic:
careful in the risks taken, this Compsrj
sents a reliable and cheap medium, tir
TrwtATTTk AT X'Uf'VDTilT'r.n T
which persons may secure themselves 5r
probable, losses by fire.
Office on Centre Street, nearly of?
the "Mountain House."
JOHN WILLIAMS, Tie
D. J. Jones, Sec'y. k Trer.s.
EVAN ROBERTS, Johnstown.
JAMES PURSE, '
JNO. E. ROBERTS, Ebcnseurg.
Ebensburg, Jan. 24, 1SG7.
IA The subscriber announces to tlJ;
that he has re-purchased the Elfv"
Foundry, and i3 prepared to
former customers and all others,11
description of CASTINGS usua.iv
tured at a Country Establishment.
alwavs keep on hand the best qv.
COOKING STOVES, PARLOR STU;
FICE STOVES, -Ac; PLOWS of
approved patterns, PLOW POINTS.
ING MACHINES, and all other rtsc
nected with the business ofaFoU'--
ESi-iie indues nic 'tmu"t' rCe
and will sell at the most reason '
cash or countrv produce.
Jan. 24. '867. EDWAKD
TLAIr and FANCY J
Blank Book Manufacturer, Boc
American and Foreign rar'' ji'
Corner of Wood and Third sue '
BURG, Pa. k Co..
SfiT Agent for L. Johnrcn
F,inftorR k Electrotvpers. Fb"au
I Januarv 2,