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The Farmer's Department.
Cutting! Timber ix August. A cor
respondent of the Rural American says:
'If oak, hickory or chestnut be felled in
August, in the second running of tbe sap,
and barked, quite a large tree will season
perfectly, and even tbe twis will remain
aouud for years ; whereas that cut io win
ter, and remaining until the Dext full, (m
thick as your wrist,) wili be completely
atp-rotten, and will bo almost unfit for any
purpose. The body of the oak split into
iails will not last more than ttn or twelve
years. Chestnut will last longer, but do
comparison to that cut in August. Hick
ery cut iu August. is not subject to be
worm eaten, and will last a long time for
fencing. When I began farming in 1802,
it was the practice to cut timber for post
fencing iu the winter. White oak pos:a
and black oak rail, cut at that time, would
not last more than 10 or 12 years. In
1808, I began cutting fence timber in
August. Many of the oak rails cut that
year are yet sound, aa well as most of the
chestnut. If the bark id uot taken off this
month, it will of itself peel off the eecoud
or third year, and leave the tree perfectly
sound. The tops of the trees arc also
mere valuable lor fuel, than when cut iu
winter or spring. 1 advise young iarmors
to try the experiment, and if post fences
do not last twice as long, I will forfeit all
uy experience as worthless."
Go to Farming-. A good living ii
what comparatively few men succeed in
making in village or city life, and yet no
thing is more easy of accomplishment on
the farm. Resides, there is a pleasure in
cultivating and embellishing the earth,
Improving and increasing its products,
and thus adding to the aggregate of hu
man happiness. Why, then, should young
men hesitato to become farmers ? It is
both profitable and honorable. It is the
nearest approximation to independence,
that man, as a member of society, can
make. A gentleman farmer aud all
farmers are, or should be, gentlemen
belongs to an order of nobility that is not
indebted to place-holders for its installs- j
tion, and may, it he chooses, be ranked
amoug the greatest benefactors of the hu
man race. Let all idle young men go to
work on farms, and quit seeking third and
fourth rate clerkships. Iu short, go to
farming and quit begging.
Founder. I send you a reoipe for
founder, which, having used for five years,
know to be too valuable to keep from the
public. One tablespoonful of pulverized
alum thrown well back in a horse's mouth
just as soon as you find out ho is founder
ed. Keep from wator during the day.
In every case that I have tried it, it has
proved a sure cure. A friend of mine
had a young marc he thought a groat
deal of. We were out in the country and
drove pretty fast. On coming home he
told the boy to feed her a littio corn ; he
gave her a good feed of corn and after
wards some oats. In the morning she was
badly foundered. I gave her a dose of
alum as above, and no wator till night;
next day you would not have known it.
The above is worthy of a trial ; but it is
bolter not to feed or water your horse
when hot by hard driving. Rural World.
Rural Axioms. An axo costing $2,
with which a laborer may cut fifty cords
of wood a month, is a cheaper tool than an
axe costing one dollar, and with which he
can cut only forty cords.
A "cheap plough," at $5, costing in one
season S3 iu repairs, aod S3 more in lost
time to teams, men, and by retarding crops,
is a dearer plough than ouo at 10, requir
ing no repair.
A cow bought for 810, whose milk but
pays for her keeping, affords less profit
than one at $30, that gives double the
amount of milk afforded by the other.
A ten acre field, costing fifty dollars por
aere, and ditching, manuring and improv
ing fifty dollars more, so as to give double
crops, is much more valuable and profita
ble than ten acred unimproved, costing
double the money.
Tomato Vinegar. We find the fol
lowing receipt for the manufacture of To
mato Vinegar in an exchange; itis6tated
that excellent vinegar is made in this
Take one bushel of ripe tomatoes, wash
them in an open tub, and add one quart
of molasses that weighs eleven pounds to
the gallon, and thorooghly mix the whole
together, in which condition let the tub
stand several days, not neglecting to fre
quently stir the mixture in it. When a
decided vinegar odor is given'eff, the j uico
gbould be strained from the poniaoe and
put into casks and let stand until the pro
cess is completed. Vinegar thua made is
equal to the best, and to succeed in its
manufacture only requires to faithfully
follow out these directions.
The Maino I yanncr says : The bet way
to preservo haras from flies i, a coon as
they are smoked, to wrap them in twold
newspapers, first with one end and then
with another and tio the ends of the pa
lmer or papte them down. Let the string
to hang them up by came through the
paper, being very careful that the- tola
shall only be large enough to let the
tring through. No iusect can get thro'
paper. Woolens and furs cau be kept in
the same way, being careful that the egg
of the moth is not previously deposited.
A trial of a steam plow, rear San
Francisco, recently resulted very satisfac
torily, according to . a statement in the
California Farmer. It was put to work
upon a road which was as compact as long
travel could make it, and out.it up in ex
cellent style. It is equal toUho tahk of
plowing and seeding fifty acres per day iu
the most acceptable manner.
He who by the plow would thrive, must
either hold himself or drive.
guMMER Goods for 1868 m
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
A. A- BARKER, SO IV,
Hioh St., EBENSBURG, PA.
A. A. BARKER k SON have received ami
opened oat, at their Store, oo High street,
their Summer stock of goods for '68.
MERINOS, PLAIDS, POPLINS,
ALPACAS, DELAINES, PRINTS,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKINGS,
Every style in the market;
HOSIERY, GLOVES, AND KNIT GOODS,
HATS a CAPS, 300TS SHOES.
embracing new styles of
NAINSOOKS, SWI-S MUSLINS. MULLS,
TAULETON3, WHITE CRINOLINES,
BRILLIANT CORDED SKIRTING.
consisting in part of
JACONET AND SWISS EDQINOS AND
DIMITY BANDS, COLLAR8, SETTS,
BOBBIN a THREAD EDGINGS a LACES.
Cheaper than ever.
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT,
tbe best in ust,
Sold at the very lotc-est market rates.
DAMASKS, TABLE COVERS, CRASH
BROWN Jr DAMASK T VBLE LINENS,
FRINGED HACK, DIAPER AND DAMASK
HONEY COMB QUILTS,
PILLOW CASE LINENS,
PILLO.W CASE MUSLINS,
SHEETINGS, CARPETS, RUGS,
nASSOCKS, FLOOR CLOTHS, Ac , c,
Of all sixes, widths, aud prices.
A full stock of
BOOTS $ SnOES, HATS y CAPS,
NOTIONS, PERFUMERY, 4c.
A good assortment of
HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, &c.
FEED, VEGETABLES, &o.
We keep constantly on hand
And a general
in this line.
Wo 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, nulled Barley, Bacon,
Sugar-cared Hams, Dried Beef.
Salt by tbe barrel, and Sack Salt for Table
use ; Goshen and Western Reserve
Cheese; Crackers of all kinds.
Complete at sortment of French Spiett.
Sperm, Adamantine & Mould Candles
Soaps, Castile, Rosin, and all other kinds.
Rio and Jut a Coffees.
Black, Imperial and Young Hyson Teat.
Hard, Soft, Pulverized and
Syruvs and Molasses of all kinds.
Dried Apples and Peaches.
Mackerel, Herring, Salmon.
Coal Oil and Turpentine.
Lard, Whale and Linseed Oils.
Paints of every description.
Scrub, and Horse Brushes.
ic, &c, Ae., 4c, Ac.
DR UGS A D PA TEST MEDICINES.
All kinds of
IRON AND NAILS.
Buying twice as large a stock as any other
merchant m town, we buy cheaper, and can
therefore sell cheaper, than any competitor.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS 1
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS !
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS 1
The public is invited to call before purcha
sing tlsewhere. No charge for showing
good3, buy or not buy.
Customers waited on by polite and atten
Cfay" Cherry, Poplar, Spruce, Pine, and
other Lumber, Butter, Eggs, and Country
Produce generally, taken, in exchange for
JjiBENSBURG STOVE and TIN
WARE DEPOT I
T. W. WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
Just received, at the Ebensburg Stove and
Tinware Depot, a large and well selected
And a general assortment of
Farm Edge TocU,
Nails, Horse Shoes,
Horse Shoe Nails,
Augers, Bits, Files,
Door Lock Keys,
Carbon Oil Lamps,
Wicks, Stove Polish,
I desire to call particular attention to the
fact that my stock of
Is 'the largest and best in Cambria county.
And any Cooking Stove desired I will get
whtm ordered at manufacturers' retail prices.
Odd Stove Plates and Grates, &c, for re
paire, on hand for the Stoves I sell ; others
will ba ordered when wanted.
Made out of Galvanized Sheet Iron, to
hold any desired quantity, manufactured and
for sale at the Ebensburg Stove and Tinware
Depot. All dealers in Oil should have them.
THE EUREKA COFFEE ROASTER !
A time saving, temper saving, labor sa
ving, money saving invention. The women's
friend. The best Roaster in market.
As I have lately added lareeH to my stock,
and have now a first-class Hardware and Tin
Store, persons in want of anythieg in my line
are invited to give me a ca'l. One thing I
desire to be distinctly understood .
I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD!
B Repairing promptly attended to.
By strict attention to business and a desire
to deal fairly and justly with all men, I
hope to merit and receive a share ot public
Store on High street, Ebensburg, in
the rooms lately occupied by Mills & Davis.
aug!3 THOS. W. WILLIAMS.
Main St., JOHNSTOWN, PA.,
A. Row k Co., Proprietors.
This commodious house has been com
pletely refitted and elegantly furnished, and
is now open for the reception of guests. It
offers superior accommodations to every oth
er house in town. The tabic will be sup
plied with the beat the market affords, and
the bar with the choicest liquors tnd winej.
By constant and careful attention, they ex
pect to merit and receive a share of public
patronage. I&u& 13
Jou.n T7ilkijc, Proprietor.
This house has been refitted, and offers
superior accomnodaiiens to any other house
in town. The proprietor, after long experi
ence in ibe business, feels confident he under
stands the wants of the public. Hia table
will be supplied with all the delicacies of the
season. By constant attention, be expects
to merit a liberal share of public patronage.
August 13, 1608.
Jerome A. Piott, Proprietor,
No pains will be spared to render this hotel
worthy of a continuation of the patronage
it has heretofore received. TLe table will
a'.wayB be furnished with the be9i. the market
affords; the bar with th best of liquors.
The atable is large, aud will be attended by
an attentive hostler. aug 13.
Isaac Crawford, Proprietor.
The Logan has been thoroughly refitted
and refurnished, and now offers superior in
ducements to the public. The Table and
Bar inferior to none in ths State, and Sta
bling of the very best. Rug 13-
Cob. Clihtom & Loccbt sts.,
Wm. Lixtok, Proprietor.
This well known house has been complete
ly refitted and refurnished, and is now pre
pared for the reception of guests at reasona
ble charges. aug 13.
R. P. Lihtos k. Co., Proprietors.
The Tab&b is always supplied with tbs
choicest delicacies. The Bi is supplied with
choice liquors : aad the Stable attended by
careful ho tiers. Boarders taken by the week,
luootfc or yar. AUPC 13
LAUREL RUN EXCHANGE,
HEMLOCK, CAMBRIA CO., PA.,
Ricbabd Detlimo, Proprietor.
This popular stand has lately been refitted
throughout, and its doors are now open for
the reception of the tired, hungry or thirsty
public. aug 13.
U HEMLOCK, CAMBRIA CO., PA.,
Otto Hxllt, Proprietor.
This hotel is situated immediately along
side the Railroad Depot, and is the most con
venient stopping place in town for travelers.
August 13, 1868.
Henry Fostkk, Proprietor.
The first class position among first class
Hotels will be maintained in the future, as
in the past, by the Arcade. &ug 13.
Adwfcis iai Tff AtiplkemiiM.
jrEMMON & MURK AY,
EBENSBURG DRUG & BOOK STORE!
Limmox 4 Mess ay, dealer in
Prayer Books, Bibles,
Note and Billet Pap
er, ripes, rooacco,
Cigars, and Snnff,
Pure Liquors for
St 20, 1868-3m.
CHEAP CASH STORE ! !
The subscriber would inform the citizens
of Ebensburg and vicinity tbat he keeps con
stantly on hand everything in the
GROCERY AND CONFECTIONERY
line, such as Flour, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, all
kinds of Crackers, Cheese, Smoking and
Chewing Tobacco, Cigars, &c.
CANNED PEACHES AND TOMITOES!
Also, Buckskin and Woolen Gloves, Wool
en Socks, Neck ties, ic, all of which will be
sold as cheap if not cheaper than elsewhere.
A full assortment of Candies I
Jt" Ice Cream every evening.
augl3 R. R. THOMAS
LATEST ARRIVAL !
The subscriber has just received, at
his store, on High street, Ebensburg, a large
and salable stock of
Flour, Bacon, Sugars,
Molasses, Tea, Coffee,
Table Salt, Barrel Salt, Spicea,
Cheese, Tobacco, Cigars,
and everything in the
Grocery, Notion and Confectionery ttne.
Also, Boots and Shoes, Carbon and Lubri
cating Oils, &c, &c.
R?U All which will be sold very chea for
cash. augl3 G. G. OWENS.
OOT and SHOE EMPORIUM !
The Subscriber begs leave to inform
the public that he has opened out a Boot and
Shoo Store in the rooms formerly occupied
by Davis & Evans, on Cr nter street, Ebens
burg, where he will carry on the business on
an extensive scale.
READY-MADE BOOTS and SHOES
For sale at City Prices.
BOOTS and SHOES made to order
On shortest notice I
fif?. The public are invited to give me a
call. I will sell cheap as the cheapest, nd
warrant my stock and mafce to give satiafac
tion. faugl3 JOHN O. EVANS.
NEW TAILOR SHOP. Having
opened a TAILOR'S ESTABLISHMENT
in the shop formerly occupied by R. D.
Thomas, a few doors east of A. A. Barker's
store, the subscriber respectfully informs his
old customers and all the rest of mankind
that he 13 now prepared to manufacture all
kinds of Gent's and Youth'9 wearing ap
parel in the latest style of the art, with
neatness and dispatch, and upon tbe most
reasonable term3. Persons needing work in
my line are respectfully invited to give a call.
"Ebensburg, Aug. 13-tf.
C. EBY & CO ,
And Commission MercTiarits,
No. 522 Market St., .between Fifth and Sixth,
We have constantly on hand a general as
sortment of all kinds of fish, in large and
smili packages, which we will sell low for
Cash or short credit. Also, Duncannon Nails
and Spikes of all sizes, constantly on hand
and for sale ot Manufacturer's prices. aul3
. COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Wholesale Dealer and Receiver of
FLOUR, AND Alt kinds or PRODUCE,
Also : REFINED OILS,
Checkered Front, 2T3 Liberty St.,
jr"" Trices Current and Marking Plates
sent to shippers. augl3
ENSON, CAMPBELL & Co.,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 507 Market St., Philadelphia.
X5aT" Refer by permission to A. A. Barker,
A.RNES; OSTERHOUT, HERRON
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
No. 503 Market St., above Fifth St.,
CALDWELL & FRY,
Wholesale Dsalers in
406 Market street, Philadelphia.
I. C. CALDWKLL, aug. 13 WM. W. FRY.
JA3. W. RIDDLE,
JNO. O. SHERBOBNR,
J. rUTEIT BMITII,
W. CALVIN MOOHB .
TIDDLE, SHERBORNE & CO.,
JLV Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
438 Market St., below 5th, and 433 Merchant
street, augl3 PIIILADA.
JACOB E. SMITH.
J. R. SELTZER.
COUTH & SELTZER,
KJ Importers and Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE,
GUNS, CUTLERY, &c.
No. 409 N. Third St., above Callowhill,
EN. P. THOMPSON, with
A. OPPENHEIMER & CO.,
Manufacturers acd Jobbers of
HATS, CAPS, FURS, and STRAW- GOODS,
No. 517 Market street,
ATIONAL SOAP AND CANDLE
HENRY SC UNABLE,
Wholesale dealer in Soap, Candles, Groce
ries, Liquors and Fish, at city prices,
augl3 Main bt., JOHNSTOWN, PA.
A COB FEND, 7
CRACKER BAKER, CANDY MANU
FACTURER, and CONFECTIONER, .
1SJ MrsJTwwjri -Pa'
nOLESALE AND RETAIL
TIN, COPPER, & SHEET-IRON WARE
Having been East and purchased my stock
when prices were low, I am now prepared to
offer cash buyers better bargains than can be
had anywhere in
My stock consists in part of every variety of
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER AND BRASS
ENAMELED AND PLAIN SJUCE PANS,
FRENCH AND ENGLISH HEAVY WARE,
Made without seam out of Double Tin,
Unsurpassed in beauty and cheapness,
PIE FORKS, CORN POPPERS,
COFFEE MILLS, IRON SKIMMERS,
MINCING KNIVES, SLAW CUTTERS,
And every article you need in the Kitchen.
Particular attention given to
VALLEYS AND CONDUCTORS 1
All of which will be made out of best mate
rials and put up by competent workmen.
I am sole agent in this place for the
HEATING AND COOKING STOVES.
Odd Plates for repairs constantly on band,
as well as other make of Stoves, which will
be sold at prices to please.
GRATES and GRATE FRONTS,
of all sixes, with
CAST IRON FENDERS,
Furnished at Manufacturers Retail Prices.
I would call particular attention to my
stock and priees of
Consisting in part of all varieties of
WICKS, OIL CANS,
Which I am retailing at Wholesale Prices.
SUGAR KETTLES, CAULDRONS, STOVE
All sizes, constantly on hand at reduced
Speeial attention giveu to
In Tin, Copper, or Sheet Iron, at lowest pos
MERCHANTS' WHOLESALE LIST
Now ready and will be sent on application by
mail or ia person.
JKsF 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, aud will m
deavor to please all who may call, whether
they buy or not. Call on or address
FRANK W. HAY,
augl3 Johnstown Pa.
500,000 CUtTOMKRS IN IOUII
PA TRONIZE THE BEST !
Having the largest capital, most experi
enced buyers, and extensive trade of any con
cern in the Dollar Sale business, we
in evsry instance, and also the best selection
of Goods ever offered at
ONE DOLLAR E ACII.
No other concern has auy show wherever our
Agents are selling. Our motto, "Prompt and
Reliable." Male and Female agents wanted
in city and countrv.
Are particularly requested to try our popular
club system of selling all kinds of DRY AND
FANCY GOODS, DRESS PATTERN'S, COT
TON CLOTH, CASTORS, SILVER PLATED
GOODS, WATCHES, &c. (Established 1864.)
A patent pen fountain and a check describing
an article to be sold for a dollar, 10 cts ; 20
for $2 ; 40 for $4 ; 60 for $6 ; 100 for $10;
sent by mail. Free presents to getter up of
club. Give us a trial. Send for circular.
No humbug. Address EASTMAN &
KENDALL, 65 Hanover-st., Boston, Mass.
HUGHES & CO.,
DEALERS IN LUMBER,
Want t kuy
100,000 feet good Cherry Lumber.
100,000 fet Chair and Settee Plank.
100,000 feet finch Poplar.
50,000 feet wide 1-inch Poplar.
100,000 feet Clear Pine.
For all which, the highest market price
will be paid in cash.
Particular attention will be paid tb filling
S. ROBINSON, tcith
' GEO. F. ROBINSON & CO.,
PINE, HEMLOCK, BEECH, and MAPLE
Also, FLOORING, WEATIIERBOARDING,
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACK WALNUT,
ASH, and CHERRY,
Orders sent to Ebensburg, Cambria co., or
Rush House, Pittsburg, will be promptly at
tended to. aug 13.
JOSEPH ZOLNER has just opened,
and offers for sale a splendid lot of
eight-day and t"enty-four hour CLOCKS,
line WATCHES of every description, AC
CORDIANS, JEWELRY, and a variety of
all articles in his line. Repairing of Clocks.
Watches, and all kinds of Jewelry done on
short notice and most reasonable terms.
Shop on Hi ah street, opposite Public School
House, Ebensburg. aug 13.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
The subscriber is now carrying on the
Colliery of Wm. Tiley, Sr ., at Lily Station,
on the Pennsylvania Railroad, Cambria coun
ty, and will be glad to fill all orders, to any
amount, of Citizens of Ebensburg and vicin
ity. Satisfaction as to quality of Coal guar
antied in all cases. WM. TILEY, Jr.
Bvmtak P. 0: Aoj. 13, 1868.
-vyiLL ho published every Thursday, ,t
the following rates, viz:
Per annum, payable in advance
If not paid in advance if.j 53
A failure to notify a discontinuance at thj
expiration of the term subscribed for will t
considered a new engagement.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
Transient advertising, per sq., one ins.$i 00
Each subsequent insertion
Auditor's Notices,. each j
Administrators' and Executors' Notices. 2 5o
3 1 mo. 6 mos. 12 m
1 square, 12 lines S2.50 $4.00 $5.fj
2 squares, 24 lines 5.00 8.00 12 qo
3 squares, 36 lines.... 7.00 10.00 15 qq
Quarter column - 9.50 14 00 25 00
Third column 11.00 16.00 28 00
Half column 14.00 25.00 358
Column 25.00 35.00 C0.00
Professional or Business Cards, not
exceeding 8 lines, with paper g 0o
jfS" Advertisements not marked -with tht
number of insertions desired, will be contin.
ued till forbidden, and charged according to
the above terms.
All kinds of Job Work will b dcie
on reasonable terms.
HARTFORD LIVE STOCK INSU
CASH CAPITAL S00,0Q0.
We are now prepared to insure Live Stock
agaiostboth Death and Theft in this live and
reliable Company. Owners of Stock hart
now the opportunity, by insuring with this
Company, of obtaining security and remune
ration for the loss of their Animals in case of
Death or Theft.
OWNERS OF HOriSES.
Manufacturers, Expressmen, Teamsteri
Physicians, and in fact all who are to anr
extent dependent upon tbe services of tbeir
Horses in their daily avocations, should in
sure in this Company, and thus dtriTe a
protection against the pecuniary damnge they
would sustain iu the loss of their -dai'tnuls,
which arc ia many cases the eoJe means of
support of their owners.
Farmers and others owning Cattle shoald
avail themselves of this means of saving the
value of their Stock, and secure an eqtnx
lent for the loss which would otherwise fall
heavily upon them in being deprived of their
Cattle, by insuring in this Company the
Pioneer (Jompnnjf of America. By insuring
in this Company, you exchange
AN UNCERTAINTY for a CERTAISTY1
No man can tell whether bis Animal mny not
be stolen or die, through some unforeeata
JBS?- Competent agents wanted, to vbtm a
liberal compensation will be paid.
Apply to KERR & CO ,
General Agents, Altoona, Tenna.
EST Col. Wm. K. Piper, Ebensburg, Local
Agent for above Company. uugl3.2m
SADDLERY AND HARNESS I
The undersigned keeps constantly ea
hand aud is still manufacturing all articlef
in his line, such ts
FINE SINGLE AND DOUBLE nARNES3,
BLIND BRIDLES, RIDING BRIDLKS,
HALTERS, WHIPS, liRtECHBANDS, c.
All which he will dispose ot eAtor prices
Ills work is all warranted, and being expe
rienced iu the business, he nses only tbe beat
of leather. Thankful far past favors, f
hopes by attention to Dusiness to merit a
continuance of the patronage heretofore to
liberally extended to him.
Shop akove the tin store of Thomas W.
Williams, High st. Persons wishing good,
substantial Harness can be accommodated.
JSy-All persons indebted to me are re
quested to call and settle as soon as posiibla,
as I need money.
aogl3 nUGHA. M COY.
RICES REDUCED !
JOHNSTOWN MARBLE WORKS.
Tbe subscriber has just received a largo
and handsome invoice of
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MARBLE,
comprising the largest and finest stock of the
kind ever brought to Johnstown, at bis es
tablishment, on Franklin Steeet, where he is
prepared, with an adequate force of experi
enced and skillful workmen, to execute all
kinds of MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, TA
BLE TOPS, BUREAU TOPS, MANTELS, 4c,
as cheap as they can be purchased in any of
A large stock of GRINDSTONES on hand
and for sale low.
Articles of my manufacture can be purcha
sed at the Hardware Store of Mr. Georg
Huntley, in Ebensburg.
Prompt attention paid to orders troa
a distance, and work delivered where dea
red. augl3j JOHN PARKE.
ORETTO MARBLE WORKS.
The undersigned begs leave to infors
the citizens of Cambria and adjoining coun
ties that ho has just received a stock of th
finest Italian and other Marbles at his estab
lishment, in Loretto, Cambria county, Pa.
Monuments, Tombs, Grave Stones, Table &ni
Bureau (ops, manufactured of the most beau
tiful and finest quality of Foreign and Domes
tic marble, always on hand and made to order
as cheap as they can be purchased in the city,
in a neat and workmanlike manner, and on
the shortest notice.
The public are respectfully invited to giro
me a call before purchasing elsewhere, as 1
am confident that my work and prices
satisfy any person desiring anything ia tt7
line of business.
Now is the time to get a cheap jet I
augl3 JAMES WILKINSON.
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THE PROTECTION MUTUAL FU;
INSURANCE COMPANY OF CAM3UIA LC
LO CAT ED AT EBENSBURG, PA.
The above named Company, organitei
April 6th, 1857, will effect insurances on
property at safe rates. Being particularly
careful in the risks taken, this Company pre
sents a reliable and cheap medium, tbropg
which persons may secure themselves agan
probable losses by fire.
Office on Centre Street, nearly
the "Mountain House." .
JOHN WILLIAMS, P""-
R J. Ll otd, Sec'y. & Treas.
EVAN ROBERTS, Johnstown.
JNO. E. ROBERTS, Ebensburg.
Ebensburg, Aug. 13, 18C8.
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