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Ebensburg and Cresson Railroad.
On and after Monday, Aug. 3, 1868, trains
on this road will run aa follows :
At 5.05 A. X., connecting with Day Exp.
East and Phil. Exp. West.
At 7.15 P. M., connecting with Phila. Exp.
East and Mall Train West.
At 9.20 A. M., or on departure of Thil.
At 8.40 P. M., or on departure of Phila.
Correspondence. We respectfully so
licit local correspondence from all quarters
of Cambria county. Events of interest
are constantly transpiring throughout the
county, brief accounts of which, if printed,
would prove most acceptable to the general
reader. It is not necessary to pay especial
attention to the style of the correspondence
facts are what we want. "We already
have correspondents in many towns, but
would like to have at least one in every
town and township in the county.
Sheriff's Salycs. Tlie Sheriff of
Cambria county advertises that he will
sell the following real estate, at the Court
House, Ebensburg, on Monday, Sept. 7th,
proximo, at one o'clock, p. m. :
The right, title, and interest of William
Bradley in a piece of land in Washington
tp., containing one acre, with a one-and-a-half
story plank house and a plank stable
The right, title, and interest of Thomas
Iowhs iu a lot of ground in Millville bor
ough, with a two-story plank house there
on. The rigfct, itle, and interest of Mary
Eigenbrml in a lot of ground in Carroll
town borough, with a two-story frame
house and a frame stable thereon.
The right, title, and interest of Mary
Shoemaker in a piece of land in Richland
tp., containing C-l acres, 20 acres cleared,
with a one-and-a-half story log house and
a cabin bam thereoH.
The right, title, and interest of William
Iv. Piper in four lots of ground in Kbeus
iurg, with a two-story brick house and
a plank stable thereon.
The right, title, and interest of John
Keolan in a lot of ground in Cauibria
borough, with a two-story plank house and
two frame stables thereon.
The right, title, and interest of James
S. Ramsey in a lot of ground in Johns
town, with a double plank house thereon.
The right, title, and interest of James
Burk iu a traet of land in Richland tp.,
enntaiuia1' 300 acres, 00 acres cleared,
with two one-and-a-half story log houses
jtn.l a. log stable thereon.
The right, title, and intorvft of John
Ke:;iii m a lot of ground in Cambria bor
ough, with a two-story plank house and a
plank stable thereon.
The right, title, and interest of John
Thompson, Jr., in a lot of ground in Eb
ensburg, with a two-story brick house
The right, title, and interest of Henry
McDade in a lot of ground in Gallitzin
tp., with a one-story plank house and a
plank stable thereon.
The right, title, and interest of Jacob
Burgoon in a piece of land in Washington
'p., containing 110 acres, 50 acres cleared,
with a two-story plank lwuc and a frame
h'irn thereon, and a coal bank on tho
premises. Also, a piece of land in Wash
ington tp., containing G acres, with a one-
and-a-half story plank house thereon.
Memoranda. The Mountaineer base
ball club of Ebensburg will visit Johns
town to-morrow, (Friday,) to play the re
turn game with the Kick base ball club of
the latter place. Excursion tickets will
he issued at the Ebensburg depot, good
fir the round trip over the Pennsylvania
K;ulroad....We have received and will
publish next week the official renort
I of Mr f'K
inon Sekooh; for Cambria county, for the
year ending Jtme 1, 183.... Ebensburg
wants to engage four teachers to take
charge of her schools for the winter ses
sion. Sec advertisement.... Rev. Ilackett,
lately m charge of the Catholic eoncrrecra
on at Wilmorc, has been stationed at
l'reeport, Armstrong county. The vacan
cy, at Wilmorc has been filled by llev.
lirown, late of Johnstown.... A new post
fffiee has been established at Allman's,
Clearfield county.... A mask ball came off
at Cresson on Friday evening last. It is
said to have been a grand affair.... Wc un
derstand that a Grant and Colfax Glee
Uub will be organized here to-night.... It.
L- Johnston, Esq., of Ebensburg, pleased
delighted, and entranced, and otherwise
Ratified and enraptured the Democracy of
jHollidaysburg hJ an hour's speech a few-
evenings since.... Mr. Isaac Crawford is
-0 ilulu, me "j.ogan House,"
Tainted and refurnished.... The days i
jwami, and the nights are cold. Put
Trial List. The trial list aa publish
ed by us last week contained some inaccu
racies. We herewith republish it, revised
and corrected :
Bell vs. Swires et. al.
Storm .vs. Penna. R. It. Co.
Cooper -vs. Dunmyer, et. al.
White's Ex'r vs. Woodcock.
Same vs. Same.
Rannion vs. George.
Leidy's Adm'x .-vs. Simmons.
M'M alien. vs. Ivory.
Smith ...vs. Glasgow.
Hughes -vs. Crum.
M'Coy's Adm'r vs. Litzinger
Hoffman vs. Colclesser et. al.
Calvin et. al vs. Burgoons.
Morley... -vs. Duncan.
Calvin vs. Noel et. al.
Altimus vs. Cooper.
Chr'i3ty -vs. Christy. .
Rowley -vs. M'Hugh et al.
Rebson vs. Cowan.
Lantsey vs. Hibsch et al.
M'Kenzie vs. Mellon et al.
Allison -vs. Myers et al.
Fronteiser et. al....vs. Ribblet et al.
Snyders vs. Byrne et al.
Starrick vs. Hubert.
Bloodgood Ex'r vs. Morrison Ex'r.
Trainer vs. M'Kabe.
Davis Adm'r vs. Byrne et. al.
Milliken vs. Troxell et al.
Easley vs. Christy et al.
Naglo . vs. Donegan et al.
Walters use vs. Slick.
Scalp Level.. This is the name of a
straggling village in Richland township,
this county, lying near the borders of
Somerset county. It is not an euphonious
name, and we have often wrondered how it
had its origin. The following explanation
was given us the other evening : A man
from Somerset county happened to invade
the village one day, and got into a fistic
difficulty with one who w'as to the manor
born. The friends of the latter rallied to
his aid, and simultaneously pitched into
tho Somerset man and gave him a tremen
dous walloping They beat him and kick
ed him till his person was a community of
scars and bruises, accompanying each blow
and each kick they were all Germans
with the exclamation : u Scalp de devil !"
This was subsequently corrupted into
SV-o:fy Level, and the words adopted as a
name for the village where the sanguinary
conflict took place, by which name it is
known even unto this day.
Societies. As a matter of local inter
est, we give a list of the variof s secret so
their respective meetings :
Summit Lodge No. 312 "A. Y. M. meets
in Masonic Hall on the fourth Tuesday
evening of each mouth.
Highland Lodge No. 42S I. O. O. F.
meets in Odd Fellows' Hall every "Wed
Highland Division No. 84 Sons of
Temperance -iects in Odd Fellows' Hall
every Saturday evening.
Highland Temple of Honor No. 11
meets in Odd Fellows' Hall every Monday
Evening Star Social Temple No.
meets in Odd Fellows' Hall every Friday
Rase Ball. A pleasant game of base
ball was plaj-ed here on Saturday, between
the "Ionians" of Chest Springs and our
"Mountaineers." The "Ionians" are a
comparatively new club, but played a good
game. We give the score :
Mountaineers. R. O.
Jones, c 8
Breese, 2b 8
F. II. Barker, ss. 6
Jacobs, cf 1
Robinson, 3b 8
Evans, rf 9
Kinkead, If. 10
V. S. Barker, p.. 6
Roberts, lb 0
3 Fogle, c 3 2
2 Perry, lb 1 6
5 M'Donald, p 2 3
4 Lindsey, rf. 1 i
3'Chute,ss 2 4
2 Cramer, cf 2 4
Uatchelder, 3b... 4 1
Ridlon, 2b.. ....... 2 2
2j Diamond, If. 3 1
Total 71 27 Total ,
Mountaineers. ...2 9 10 9 1 2 9 13 10 Tl
Ionians 2 7 1 3 0 3 3 0 1 20
New Congregationalist Churcii.
The old Congregationalist church edifice
of Ebensburg having proved totally inad
equate for the wants of the congregation,
it was determined last summer to fill its
place with a new one. This new edifice
is now in process of erection. Its site is
on High street, in the East Ward, not far
from the Presbyterian church. The di
mensions are 80x50 feet, with a hight of
45 feet. It will be of brick, and, when
completed, will take rank among the finest
church buildings in town. The laying of
the brick was commenced on Monday. ,
Grant Clubs. These organizations
are springing up rapidly all over the coun
ty. One was organized in Jackson town
ship last Saturday, and one in White
township on Friday week Wc hope to see
them multiply till each election district
will be provided with one or more. We
will gladly publish all communications em
bodying the proceedings of the organiza
tion of these clubs.
Camp Meeting. A camp meeting will
be held under the auspices of the Blairs
ville district of the M. E. Church, at the
usual grounds, near Armagh, Indiana
county, commencing on the 10th Septem
ber. Ample preparations are making, and
the occasion will doubtless attract a Linrc
concourse and be full of interest.
LETTER FBOH JOHNSTOWN ORGANIZATION OF
GRANT CLUBS SEVERAL ACCIDENTS ITEMS j
Johnstown, August 24, 18G8.
To the Editors of The Alleghanian :
Grant Clubs have been organized at
Conemaugh and Scalp Level. While a
party from this place who were in atten
dance at the latter meeting were returning
home, on Saturday night, a wagon broke
down, and Mr. Beam, of Conemaugh bor
ough, an occupant, was severely injured
by being run into by another team.
Patrick Dullenty, an employee of the
Cambria Iron Co., was seriously injured on
Thursday last by the blowing up of a pud
dling furnace at the rolling mill. Several
others were slightly injured at the same
A little son of Mr. Dunford, of Pros
pect borough, had his arm seriously frac
tured in two places while wrestling with
another boy, the other day.
An interesting perjury case was tried
before Esq. Rutledge on Wednesday last.
The parties concerned hail from Perkins
ville. The defendant was bound over in
the sum of 6300 for his appearance at
The new steel mill of the Cambria Iron
Co. is being rapidly pushed forward toward
We have been having rain Jn abun
dance during the past week, and it was
badly needed. P.
Egotism. Out of a mass of compli
mentary notices which have greeted The
Alleglianian since its late introduction to
the public, we select the following :
From the Altoona Vindicator."
"We bave received the first number of The
Alleghanian, which ha3 been revived under
the proprietorship of J. T. Hutchinson and
Ed. James. A portion of the paper appears
in new type, and taken altogether, it pre
sents quite a neat appearance. The editors
of this journal have the ability to make it a
spicy and interesting .sheet, and ''barrin'
their politics," we wish them much success,
r From the Pittsburg Gazette.'
The tuensburg Alleghanian, alter a brief
suspension, has resumed publication, and
comes to us as bright and smiling as ever.
J. T. Hutchinson, its former editor, and Kd.
James, have assumed the editorial duties,
and they will undoubtedly sustain the high
reputation The Alleghanian has ever enjoyed.
We wish the paper long life and prosperity.
From the Hollidayslurg Standard.
The first number of the resuscitated Alle
ghanian came to hand last week, dressed in
new type, and sparkling as of old, editorially
and locally, and is to be a permanent insti
tution henceforth. Wo wish it abundant
success pecuniarily otherwise, not.
J" From. the llollidaysburg Register.
The Ebensburg Alleghanian has been revi
ved, under the coutrol of J. T. Hutchinson
and Ed. J.imt.,i an( presents a neat appear
ance is edited with spirit, and deserves,
and we hope will receive, a liberal support
from the Union men o Cambria county.
From the Johnstown Democrat.
The Ebensburg Alleghanian has been re
vived by Messrs. J. T. Hutchinson and Kd.
James. It made its appearance 2st week,
and i3 a welcome visitor to our sanciuin.
From the Johnstown Tribune.
Tho Ebensburg Alleghanian has been ro-.
suscitated by J. Todd Hutchinson, and Ed.
James, and this time to stay. The paper
locks well aud reads well.
From the Pittsburg Commercial.
The first number of the Ebensbure Alle
ghanian was issued on Thursday last Irom
new material, ana 13 very neat in appear
ance. From the Huntingdon Globe.
The Ebensburg Alleghanian came to us
last week. It is like the sight of an old
friend long absent. Long may it wave.
Carl Sciiurz. This distinguished pa
triot and able man spoke for Grant and
Colfax to a monster mass meeting in Pitts
burg on. Monday night. He spoke again
in Johnstown on Tuesday evening, to a
large assemblage. The General intends
visiting various parts of the State during
the campaign, and will do good service.
He will also visit New York, New Jersey,
and other States.
ACCIDENT. On Sunday night, a freight
train going west was wrecked at the deep
cut on the Penna. llailroad between Gal
litzin and Cresson. A man named Bow
ers, an engineer on the road, who was
riding on the train, was hurt so badly in
the wreck that it is feared he will not re
cover. Personal. Col. It. A. McCoy, chief
clerk in the Surveyor General's office at
Harrisburg, was in town froro. Saturday
Dr. John ,11. Clarke, of Pittsburg," and
family, are spending the dog-days here.
Hosts of friends are always glad to see
It Is So." Mney can be saved by buy
ing your groceries at Oatman's.
Money can be saved by buying your
flour at Oatman's.
Money can be saved by buying your
carbon oil at Oatman's. -
Go to Oatman's, High street.-
Meeting. A Republican mass meeting
will be held in Jackson township on next
Saturday evening. It will be addressed by
Go and Hear. The Ebensburg Grant
Club will meet in the Town Hall on next
Saturday evening, and will be addressed
by George 31. Rcade, Esq.
Packard's Monthly. This is the
title of a monthly publication for young men
lately started in New York city. Though
only fonr months old, it has already achieved
a great reputation, and bids fair to run up an
immense circulation. It numbers among it9
contributors such men as Horace Greeley,
Jame3 Parton, Ellihu Burritt, Oliver Djer,
and G. W. Bungay, while other contributors
of equal eminence will hereafter be added to
the list. The far-famed "Wickedest Man in
New York" was originally written for Pack
ard's Monthly, by Oliver Dyer. It is a good
publication, and so cheap that anybody can
subscribe for it. Only $1 a year. Address
S. S. Packard, 937 Broadway, New York city.
An EnsoDE in Laconics. A young
man married patriotism enlisted-no fur
lough three years plenty letters great
battle Grant victorious come home not a
dollar claim agent got his pay $500
tried agencies books, patents, everything
no good dead loss received letter extra
bounty and pension $196 saw "Bentley's
Metropolitan Non-explosive Oil" advertised
invested money in township rights sold
well bought more got rich a chance for
yeu, reader. These rights are for sale by M.
L. Oatman, Ebensburg.
. Loretto 3Iarble Works. Perhaps
the reader has noticed the card in this pa
per of the Loretto Marble Works. Sir. Jas.
Wilkinson, the proprietor of the Works, is
one of the best marble-cutters in the State,
is reliable, responsible, and a good fellow
withal. He has built up a splendid business
in this county, and we are glad of it, for he
deserves it all. We take pleasure in recom
mending him to those who may need his
services, promising that he will give full
and entire satisfaction in every case.
Prices Reduced. American watches
for twenty dollars. Now is the time to buy
a watch of the best manufacture. All know
the superiority of these watches. If you
want a good, reliable time-keeper go and buy
one from C. T. Roberts, who has just receiv
ed a new lot, and is fully prepared to sup
ply all demands. Repairing of clocks,
watches and jewelry expeditiously and care
Now, Then ! If you desire to pur
chase Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots or Shoes,
IIat3 or Caps, go to V. S. Barker's cheap cash
store, Ebensburg. He keeps constantly on
hand an unsurpassable and inexhaustible
assortment for sale at prices to suit the times.
Everybody buys there, and where everybody
buys must be the place. Give him a ca'l,
and call early.
Hardware, Tinware, &c Frank W.
Hay, of Johnstown, is one who believes in
a free use of Printer's ink. He advertises
liberally and judiciously, aud by that means
ha3 built up a most extensive trade. He
ieep3 . a ijrst-class establishment, and sells
as cheap as the cheapest as cheap, in point
of fact, as the same goods are sold in Pitts
burg. Coal. Cold weather draws on apace,
and he is wie who makes provision for its
coming by laying in a timely supply of fuel.
If you want to buy a car load of coal, send an
order to William' Tiley, Hemlock, Cambria
county. He is extensively engaged in the
mining business at that place, and can sell
a good article at as low a price as anybody
else. Give him a trial.
TJear in mind that A. A. Barker &
Son, two doors east of the bank, are selling
the very best quality of dry goods, clothing,
hats, caps, boots, shoe3, groceries &c, &c,
at exceedingly low prices. They take great
pleasure in showing goods, and invite the
public to give them a trial. Go and secure a
bargain, a3 they are determined not . to be
undersold by any ether house in the countv.
Drugs, &C. The attention of the read
er is directed to the card of ft, J. Lloyd, Esq.,
dealer in drugs, me'licines, paints, oils, dye
stuffs, perfumery, fancy articles, pure wines
and liquors for medicinal purposes, stationery,
&c. He keeps a tip-top drug and fancy
store, and sells at the right kind of figures.
Store at the P. O., Higb-st., Ebensburg.
Mammoth: Store. Have you yet vis-,
ited Geo. Huntley's mammoth Hardware es
tablishment ? If not, go now. and buy a bill
of his Cheap goods. His assortment of Hard
ware, Tinware, &c, far excels that kept by
any other establishment of the kind in the
county. He also keeps a choice selection of
groceries, which will be sold cheap.
Base Ball. People visiting Ebens
burg to witness match game3 of ball, should
look to their interest and embrace the op
portunity of visiting the cheap and popular
clothing establishment of J. Patton Thomp
son, High-st. The greatest variety, the
largest stock, and the cheapest goods to be
found anywhere are sold at this store.
Notice. Mr. T. I. James is agent for
the sale in Cambria county of maps of all
kinds, political charts, books, &.C., tc. One
of his political charts now adorns our office,
which anybody i3 at liberty to come and look
at. If you want anything in Mr: James' line,
give him a call.
Fruit Cans. Just received, a large
assortment and every variety of fruit cans
at Thos. W. Williams', High-st, Ebensburg.
Persons desiring to iecure a bargain and
save money in buying cans, will do well by
going to this establishment;
Latest News. 11. R, Davis. has just
opened an immense assortment of Ladies'
and Misses' Shoes of every size and style.
Go soon and make a purchase. They are
marked at astonishingly low figures. .Store
on High etreet. -
REATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
BENTLEY'S NON-EXPLOSIVE METRO
M. L. Oatman, Sole Agtnf for Cambria Co.
The subscriber desires to call the attention
ot the public to the tact that he has purcha
sed the right for Cambria county to sell
"Bertley's Non-Explosive Metropolitan Oil,"
which he claims to be the
Oil manufactured. The advantages claimed
for this Oil are :
1. It is clear and clean.
2. It is non-explosive and safe.
3. It will not grease your hands, clothing,
furniture, or carpets.
4. It is fifty per cent, cheaper than any
other Oil. Price, only 10 cents a quart.
TRY ITU BUY IT!!!
One and all who- bave used it pronounce
it to give entire satisfaction. Give it atrial
and be convinced of the above facts.
TOWNSHIP AND BOROUGH RIGHTS !
for sale at the store of
M. L. OATMAN,
Three doors east of Crawford's Hotel,
Aug. 13 Ebexs3ceo, Ta.
LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS AT
CHEAP GROCERY STORE!
3 doors east of Cra.vford's note!,
Where may be found a choice selection of
Fresh Groceries, consisting, in part, of
BEST FAMILY FLOUR, BACON, FISH, SU
GAR, MOLASSES, SYRUP, TEAS,
COFFEE, SPICES, CHEES3, CRACKERS,
DRIED FRUITS, CANNED FRUITS,
SOAPS, CANDLES, &c. c.
The finest brands of TOBACCO and CI
GARS kept in town may always be found
at this establishment.
Also, a large selection of
YANKEE NOTIONS I
all of which will be sold flt the lowest prices.
A Wge assortment ol FRUIT CANS just re
ceived and at prices which defy compe
tition. Call and examine stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
LA 31 PS. WICKS, FLUES, AND LAMP
TRIMMINGS in great variety.
I hope by fair dealing and strict attention
to busiuess, and a determined endeavor to
please, that I may receive a share of the
patronage of a generous public. I AM
DETERMINED NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD,
BUT ILL SELL CHEAP AS THE CHEAP
EST. M. L. OATMAN,
Aug. 13, 18C8. Ebexsbcrg, Fa.
Came to my premises on or about the
28th of July last, a red COW, supposed to be
about eight years old. No visible mark but
a little white on her flank. The owner is
requested to come forward. Drove nronertv.
pay charges and take her away, otherwise
I. rill . l. li ! m . .
&ue wm ue aeaii wun according to law.
Cambria tp., Aug. 13, 'C8 3t.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS, CATS, &c.
High-st Ebensburg, Pa.
ANNED FRUIT, of all kinds at
V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Ta.
LARGE STOCK OF SUMMER
Goods at reduced prices at V. S. B.'s.
ti:w stock of clothing very
XI cheep at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg.
RUIT CANS NEW STYLE at V
S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
Boots and shoes cheap at
V. S. BARKER S, Lbensburg, Pa.
ALL PAPERS ALL STYLES
at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
-jVTEW STOCK OF SUGARS FOR
1I canning fruit at Y. S. BARKER'S.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
Butter, Eggs, Wool, and all Country
Produce at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg.
J ILY WHITE LEAD-LNSEED
Oil, Warranted pure, at . S. Barker's,
NAILS ALL SIZES, CHEAPEST
in town, at V. S. Barker's, Ebensburg.
Y S. BARKER,
. BARRELS, KEGS, TUBS,
. MEAT-STANDS, CHURNS, 4c.
augl3. Ebe.nsbchg, Pa.
J) RICKS " 'GOING DOWN I
EBENSBURG HARDWARE .j- HOUSE
I toce more retnrn mv sincere thanks to
mv olH tiiends and customers fur iheir lib
eral patronage extended towards me, and
now, owing to tne great tail in prices, ry
which many articles can be sold as cheap as
before the war, and having a thorough knowl
edge of the business and the wants of tho
mihlio. T take ideasure in announcing that I
can and will sell goods nt a less ligure than
any similar establishment iu citj or country.
My stock will consist in part as follows :
POOR and CUPBOARD LOCKS, CATCHES,
BOLTS, HINGES, SCREWS,
WINDOW STRINGS, SHUTTER HINGES,
WINDOW GLASS, NAILS, PUTTY,
BORING MACHINES, AUGERS, CHISELS",
BRACES and BITS, HATCHETS,
SQUARES, COMPASSES, TRY SQUARES',
BEVELS, POCKET RULES,
JACK, SMOOTHING, axd FOR PLANES,
PANEL PLOWS, LEVELS,
SASH, RAISING, asd MATCH PLANES,
SAW SETS, BENCH SCREWS,
CROSS-CUT, PANEL, RJP, COMPASS, and
GAUGES, OIL STONES, SCREW DRIVERS,
PLOWS, POINTS, SHOVELS,
FORKS, SCYTHES ani SNATIIES. RAKES,
HOES, SPADES, SHEEP SHEARS,
HORSE BRUSHES, CARDS, CURRY COMBS,
BELLS, II AMES, WTIIIPS, '
BUT, TRACE, BREAST, HALTER, FITII,
TONGUE, and LOG CHAINS,
RIFLES, SHOT QUXS, REVOLVERS, and
POWDER, SnOT, CAPS, LEAD, POUCHES,
rOWDER FLASKS, GAME BAGS,
GUN LOCKS, MAIN SPRINGS, PIVOTS, Arc.
LAMPS and OILS,
COOKING, TARLOR, a HEATING STOVES,
TIN and SHEET IRON WARE,
WASHING MACHINES, and WRINGERS,
&c, iic, &c, &c, &c, ic.
Also FLOUR, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR. &c.
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Odd Stove 'Plates, Grates, and Fire Brick
always on hand to suit Stoves sold by me.
Well and Cistern Pumps and Tubing at man
Spouting made, painted, and put up, at low
rates. feS? Persons owing me debts of long stan
ding will confer a favor by calling and paying
up as soou as convenient, as it takes a great
deal of money to keep up my stock and pay
expenses, and owing to the small profits that
I am making on goods I cannot all'ord to give
long credit the interest would soon eat up
the profits. GEO. HUNTLEY.
Ebensburg, Aug. 13, 1863.
QLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY!
C T, ROBERTS,
C. T. Roberts lias constantly iu his storo a
well selected and varied assortment of. arti
cles, which he olferB cheap for cash ; vii :
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SILVER and PLATED WARE,
GOLD TENS and PENCILS, SPECTACLES,
nOWE'S, SINGER'S, G ROVER & BA
KER'S, RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, and
BOOKS, STATIONERY, PENS, INK, PPER,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, '
rilOTOGRAPn FRAMES and ALBUMS.
PIPES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, asd SNUfr",.
TRUNKS, SATCHELS, CARPETBAGS,
GFNTS SHIRTS, CRAVATS, NECK TIES,
PASS BOOKS; DIARIES, DAY BOOKS, asu
TOTS and NOTIONS,
And ether articles too nnmerois to menlioiM..
t Clocks, Wattlies, r-nd Jewelry
aired iu the jC3t style of torimj-nsb.ip,
TharjKfuj for p-gt favor?, tho subscriber
noppjS by strict atfc?ution to business to merit
a 'continuance pfpublic patronage.
augl3j C. T. ROBERTS
1 S. ROBINSON. uvA
GEO. F. ROBINSON & CO.,
PINE, HEMLOCK, BEECH, and MAPLE;
Also, FLOORING, WEATIIERItOARDING,
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACK WALNUT,
ASH, and CHERRY,
Orders sent to Ebeasturg, Caiwbrla co., or
Rush House, Pittsbarg, will be promptly at
tended to. a"g 13.
L a I have thi3 day purchased from Henry
Arble, of Carroll township, Cambria county,,
Pa., four brown Mules and a four-borse Wa-
gon, and left the same in the possession
said Arble. All persons are hereby caution-
ed to not purchase said property, as it re-,
mains in the hands of Henry Arble during
my pleasure. A. A. BARKER.
Ebensburg, Aug. !, l6Gd.3t.