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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Eb ensburq and Cresson Railroad
On and after Monday, Aug. 8, 1868, trains
on this road will run as follows :
At 5.05 A. X.., connecting with Day Erp,
East and Phil. Exp. West.
At T.15 P. M., connecting with Phila. Exp.
East and Mail Train West.
At 9.20 A. M.f or on departure of Thil.
At 8.40 I M., or on departure of Phila
The Alleqiianian. The following
narted persons are agents for TnE Alle
oijanian in their respective neighbor
hoods. They will receive the names of
new subscribers for our paper, and orders
for advertising and job work, and will
receipt iu our names for all moneys handed
in for us. Now is the time to take advan
tage of our advance subscription rates I
No postage is charged on TlIE ALLEGIIA
NIAX in Cambria county.
illacklick Tp John IIawkt.swortii.
Carrol ltown E. V. Barker.
Chest Spring3 ..SI. D, Wagseb, Esq.
Gallitzin J. M. Christy.
Johnstown Capt. Wm. It. Joxe3.
Susquehanna Tp. ..Jous Porter.
Wash;ngton Tp.... Otho Sttner.
White Tp ...CAn. F. M. Flahaoax.
Wilmore...- Joseph Miller, Esq.
Memoranda. The body of a lady
who died some twenty years ago was re
cently exhumed iu Unity township, West
moreland county, and was fuund to be
completely petrified. Her faco and form
were the same in death as iu lifer, and her
winding-sheet presented an entirely natu
ral appearance- Mr. Clark "Wilson, for
merly of Ebensburg, has been appointed a
rua;rer for the 23d Penna. district Five
stables were destroyed by fire in Lewistown
on Saturday evening week. A valuable
horse was destroyed in the flames. ...A son
of Frederick Weaver, of Cherry hill town
ship, Indiana county, was instantly killed
on the 2Cth ult. by a tree falling upon
him Steel & Lj-tle's saw-mill, in Hender
son township, Huntingdon county, was
burned on Saturday night last. Loss
G00. No insurance An apple tree iu
Saltsburg, Indiana county, has a limb
which bears 10 1 good, sound apples.... Two
men, named Ilocfller and Farrell, talked
politics so energetically iu Altooua a few
days ago that they got into a t;discussiou
with sticks," and the latter was nearly
killed The Cresson Mountain House
will remain open till Oct. 1st. Though
the heated term is over, there are vet 250
guests there The Penna. Railroad Co.
are building a new station-house at Wil-
inore, to take the place of the one lately
destroyed by lire. It will be fire-proof, of
brick, and an elegant at rue tare... The
printers' nicu of Ebensburg played their
deferred game of Lane ball with the "All
America nine" on Saturday last, on the
Mountaineer grounds, and, owing to the
absence of M'Pike, of the Fn-cman, the
printers' regular lightning pitcher, were
defeated. Score, 1G to 34... .A. C. Mul
lin, Esq., of Ashland, Schuylkill county
and Col. R. A. McCoy, of Harrisburg,
were in town a couple of days lately. . Both
formerly lived in Ebensburg. and both are
gentlemen in every sense of the word....
See announcement of removal of Mr. I. J.
Evans tailor shop The St. Augustine
i.ise ball club visited Loretto on the 22d
ult., and played a game of ball with the
Elm club of the l itter place. Score, 33
f T the St. Augustiues to S3 for the Elms.
On Saturday last, the Elms went to St.
Augutine and played the return game.
Score, 28 for the Elms, to ICS for the St.
Augustiues.... Swank, editor of the Johns
town Tribune, is in town. He seems to
bear the crosses of editorial labor as well
as the next one.
Chest Springs. We have received a
letter from Chest Springs, giving a- de
tailed account of a Democratic meeting
held at that place Saturday evening last.
It was addressed by Mr. Woodruff, who
devoted one half of his speech to the nig
ger and the other half to a disquisition on
sheep, and by Mr. Tierney, Democratic
candidate for District Attorney, who put
in his usual plea of poverty of words and
greenbacks. We are sorry the letter did
not reach us in time to be published entire.
Court. The present session of Court
ha3 thus far been almost entirely devoted
to the task of naturalizing foreigners.
some 150 have already been put through
the mill and metamorphosed from verdant
Celts into fully-ripened American citizens
f Democratic proclivities, and more are
said to be coming. The attendance at
Court is very large.'
At Work. The Ebensburg Grant
Club met on Saturday evening last, and
was ably addressed by Samuel Singleton,
Esq. It now numbers 100 members, and
is increasing in strength every week.
Go to M. L. Oatman's, High st., for
your cigar? and Ubnc .
Burglary. A daring attempt to bur
glariously enter the County Treasurer's
office, on the second floor of the Court
House, was made on Saturday night. The
burglars first attempted to cut through the
wall, but this proved unsuccessful. They
then sought ingress by attempting to bore
out a panel of the door. Twenty anger
holes were bored in the panel, ten above
and ten below, and one bide was cut nearly
through with a knife. At this juncture,
the burglars must have been frightened
away by something, for, though the panel
was nearly cut away, and would readily
hate yielded to slight pressure, yet it was
not removed. The burglars got only their
labor for their pains. Had they succeed
ed in gaining ingress to the room, the
slight impediment of a heavy iron safe
would have stood between them and the
realization of their dreams of pillage.
And again, if, through some unlikely
chance, they had been able to force open
the safe, they would have got very little
money, for the bulk of the county funds is
kept, not in the Treasurer's office, but on
deposit in a banking institution, where the
locks arc burglar proof, and where thieves
cannot break through and steal.
Dedications. On Friday of week be
fore last, the addition to the Catholic
church at St. Augustine, Cambria county,
was dedicated to the service of Almighty
God by Bishop Domenee, assisted by a
number of clergymen from the neighbor
hood. The addition is a much-needed
improvement to the edifice.
Oa Tuesday of last week, the new Cath
olic church at Saint Nicholas, Cambria
county, was also dedicated to the service
of Almighty God by. Distort Domcnec.
Ocr Schools. The examination of
teachers to take charge of the Ebensburg
Union schools for the winter session was
held here on Monday. Out of eight ap
plicants, the following were selected :
Principal, Prof. G. "W. Cope.
Itooia No. 2, Miss M. Urookbaakc.
Room No. 3, Mr. George Shaffer.
Room No. 4, Miss Minnie Hutchinson.
Room No. 5, Mrs. Clark.
The school term commences Monday,
More Grant Clubs. A Grant Club
was organized in the pleasant village of
Bctaano, Cambria county, on last Thursday
evening. Mr. William Duncan was cho
A Grant Club was organized at Mineral
Point on Tuesday night of last week, and
aLso one in Yoder towncliip.
Let the ball be kept rolling till every
election district in the county has its Grant
White Township. A correspondent
sends us the following list of officers of the
"White tp. Union League : President,
John C. Gates; Vice Presidents, Geo. L.
Glasgow and Thomas P. Duimn; Secreta
ry, Aug. D. Flanagan ; Treasurer, F. M.
Flanagan ; Marshal, Andrew Mulhollen ;
Herald, B. F. Byers; Chaplain, llev. T.
VanSeoyoc. The League was organized
August 14th," and already numbers V2
PiiOTOGRArns. Stranrrers in town de
sirous of procuring a photograph of them
selves, taken in the highest style of art,
are recommended to go to Speuce's gallery,
on Julian street. Mr. S. takes as good a
photograph as any artist in the State, and
guarantees satisfaction in all cases. Ain
brotypes and all other styles of pictures
taken if desired. -Prices satisfactory. Go
and see him.
Trial List Continuance. All per
sons interested are hereby informed that
the entire list of causes set down for trial
during the second week of the present
Court has been continued. There will,
therefore, be no Court here next week,
and parties, witnesses,, and counsel will
shape their course accordingly. -
Admitted. On Monday, M. D. Chris
ty, Esq., lately a member of the bar in
Iowa, was admitted to practice law in the
Courts of Cambria county. We learn with
pleasure that Mr. C. designs hanging out
his shingle in this district. Success at
tend him !
An icducation is a fortune. ; One of the
best places to acquire a sound education is
at the Normal School. Write for its cir
cular. " Address J. A. Cooper, Edinboro,
Erie county, Pa.
Cheap Store. The cheapest Grocery
store iu town is M. L. Oatman's. Have
you yet bought a bill from, him ? If not,
go and be convinced that he is selling
cheaper thau the cheapest.
Best cigars and tobacco in town at M.
Buy your cigars at Oatman's. Every
body buys there.
See Gen. M'Donald'e card-
LETTER, FROM JOHNSTOWN POLITICAL LACOKICS
KE'WS ITEMS. '
Johnstown, September 7, 1SGS.
To the Editors of The Alkghanian:
A Republican meeting was held at
Conemaugh on "Wednesday evening, 2d
instant. Addresses were delivered by Col.
Campbell and Mr. W. H. Freeman. .
A Seymour and Blair Club was organ
ized at the . same place on last Saturday
The Tanners' Club of this place had a
torchlight procession on Saturday evening
The last Democratic Club meeting here
was addressed by Mr. Given, of Greens-
An attempt to commit a rape on two
little girls wa3 made by a, fiend in human
shape in Woodvillc, the other day. The
miscreant was arrested and sent up for
A couple of picnics have been held here
lately one, by the United Brethren, at
Von Lueneu'a grove on the 31st ultimo,
and the other, by the "Working MiiV4
Woodvalo on the 5th hist. They, were
both pleasant affairs. Dio.
Written for The Alleghanian.
BY MOLLTB A. GILMORE. s
Go, precious album, far and near,
Gather gems from lord or peer ;
Seek those only who can give
Gems most worthy to receive. .
Let not words of flattery
Stain thy page of purity ;
But return to me with gems
More precious far than diadem3.
Go to yonder humble cot,
Cull the meek forget-me-not ;
And from yonder distant lea,
-Choose the sweet remember-me. '
Then return to me again,
With fadeless flowrets from the glen.
Let thy motto be forsooth
Simply Friendship, Love, and Truth.
Ebessbcbg, Pa., Sept., 1868.
The Pine Tree SniLLixa. This coin
i3 called the Pine Tree Shilling from the fact
of its having an impression of a pine tree
upon it. It was the first coin struck in
America. It bears on the obverse a pine
tree and the word "Masathuseti," and on the
reverse: "New England'' and "One XII,"
with the date "1652." Although the coin
was struck from the rear K u2 until 1GG5, the
date not changed from the original. It
is. suggestel, Lowever, that the motto on one
side be changed to rf.3 something like this,
Buy your Hardware, Tinware, &c. at George
Huntley's cheap store, Ebensburg, Pa.
Politics. The public prints for the
nest two months will be rather uninterest
ing reading to those who take no part in the
politics of the day, but no matter whether
you be a politician or not, j-ou should, con
sult our advertising coluni3 and there you
will find the names of A. A. Barker & Son,
dealers in dry goods, groceries, Ac. They are
receiving con stant accessions to their already
large and superior stock of goods, and their
prices are reasonable. Go and buy.
Be not Deceived. Persons arc fre
quently deceived into reading local pufTs in
newspapers, just for the reason that thy
start out with an attractive heading, some
thinglike "General Grant in town," and then
wind np with the information that J. Patton
Thompson continues to sell dry goods, cloth
ing, &c, at cheaper rates than ever. Make
a memoranda of this.
Center of Attraction. The center
of attraction just at present seems to be at
Thos. W. Williams' Hardware store at the
sign of the Tin Horn where goods are being
sold at a mere trifle. Tom. is very accomo
dating and always take3 great pleasure in
waiting upon those who favor him with a
call. When you want anything in the line
of Hardware, go there.
Do You 1 Docs your neighbor, your
friend, if not "why not? In a word do you
smoke, or do you use tobaccojn any way? If
you do, of course you are interested in know
ing where to get the best. Drop in at Oat
man's wlrere you will find a choice variety
of either cigars or tobacco of the best quality
and at reasonable prices.
Excitement. Considerable excitement
was occasioned a day or two since at the
sight of a man going down street with a cart
load of goods. It was supposed by some
that a burglary had been committed, but
upon inquiry it was found ho had been at
R. R. Davis', when, of course the mystery was
explained. He is closing out at cost for cash.
Now is the time to secure bargains.
Bargains. C. T. Roberts is scllincr
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, &c, cheaper than
any similar establishment ia this or any of
the adjoining counties, nis stock, variety,
and prices will compare favorably with any
of our city establishments. He has recently
reduced the price of American watches to
$20. . Gold pens for sale at reduced prices.
Oak Hall Clothing Store. Do
you know where it is the Oak nail Clothing
Store? It is on Main St., Johnstown, and is
kept by E. Leopold & Bro. It contains the
largest, be3t, and che?.iic;t stock of ready
made clothing in Johnstown. When you
viflit that place, do not fail to drop in at
the Oak Hall. fsep3
Tanner Clubs, Wide Awakes, Boys
in Blue, and other organizations, supplied
with .Caps, Capes, and Torches. Send for
samples. Address- - '
JOHN" W. PITTOCK,
Dealer in Campaign Goods, opposito Post
Office, Pittsburg, Pa. - : sep33t
Spreading a Rumor.
Says GoBSlp One to Gos3ip Two,
"While shopping in the town,
Old Mr3. Pry to me remarked
Smith bought his goods of Brown."
Says Gossip Two to Gossip Three,
Who cast her eyelids down,
"I've heard it said, to-day, my friend,
Smith got his goods from Brown."
Says Gossip Three to Gossip Four,
With something of a frown,
'I've heard strange new3 what do you think?
Smith took his goods from Brown.1'
Says Gossip Four to Gossip Five,
Who blazed it round the town,
"Ire heard to-day, such shocking news
Smith stole hi3 good3 from 3rown."
Why did he not visit V. 3. Barker's store,
where goods of every description are marked
at such exceedingly low prices that stealing
would bo no object. Go and see.
Presidential Campaign of 1SGS.
Headquarters Fca Flags, Medals, Badgks,
Pixs, Lakterss, Torches, Caps, Capes, Por
traits of Candidates, Sonq Books, &c.
The undersigned, manufacturer of Campaign
Goods, keeps constantly on hand Printed
Muslin Flags, from 3 inches to 1 feet in
length; Bunting Flags, from Cinches to 36
feet in length suitable for poles, dwellings,
processions, &c. ; also, Silk Flags, for pre
sentations and military companies ; Parade
Equipments, Cap3 and Capes, all colors ;
also, Torches, Chinese Lanterns, with names
cf candidates. One hundred varieties of
Pins, Medals, and Badges, with portraits of
the Presidential Candidates samples of same
sent on receipt of 20 cents. Agents wanted i
Send for Price List.
Address . JOHN W. PITTOCK,
Dealer in Campaigu Goods, opposite Post
Office, Pittsburg, Pa .
JTOOK WELL TO YOUR FEET
JiGOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY.
The snbsciiber, having dispensed with the
sale cf Eastern-made work as a specialty of
his establishment, is determined to apply
himself with renewed energy to the manu
BOOTS AND SHOES!
He has in his employ a corps of competent
workmen, and asserts that he can turn
Out a better Boot or Shoe than any other
similar establishment in Cambria Coun
ty. Give him a trial and be convinced.
Particular attention paid to the man
FIXE FRENOH CALF SKIN BOOTS !
Good work, moderate prices, and satifaction
guaranteed in all case3.
Boots and shoe3 repaired promptly and in
a workmanlike manner.
Ezf Shop on Iligh-st., one door east of
GIVE ME A CALL !
aug. 13 JOHN D. THOMAS.
ALU ALE .PALM FOR SALE.
The subscriber offers at Private Sale
his FARM, situate in CI:est township, Cam
bria county, four miles from Carroll town, and
six miles from Chest Springs. The Farm
consists of Sixty-Five Acres, of which 20
acres are cleared and in a good state of cul
tivation. Ihe balance of the land is well
timbered with marketable lumber. There are
a, comfortable Frame House and a Barn on
the premises, besides . a young and thrifty
Orchard of choice fruit tree3. There are
also a never-failing spring of pure water and
other conveniences on the land. The prop
erty will be sold on fair terms and an indis
putable title will be given. For further par
ticulars apply to N. D. EASTMAN.
Chest Tp , Aug. 13-tf.
A GENTS WANTED FOR MEN OF
JT3l Of Our Day: The men who govern
our country, make its laws, have fought its
battles, charmed us with their eloquence,
founded our colleges, control our railroads,
manufactories, and our finances one attrac
tive volume, full of vivid interest, life-like
illustrations and charic'.eristeric anecdote.
G50 well-filled pages il fine steel portraits,
and the lives of over 50 men. Price low to
suit the times. The cheapest as well as the
most interesting hook published within five
years. Sales immense. Kyery body wants
to know the life history of these men.
Send for Circular to ZLIULKK, McCUR
DY.& CO., Phil'a., Pa., Cin., O., or St.
Louis, Mo. Lau 27-Cm.
The following persons have filed peti
tions for Tavern and Rating House Licenses
in the Clerk's Office of the Court of Quarter
Sessions of Cambria County, which will be
presented to the Judges of said Court on the
firt Monday of September, next :
Samuel Kenedy, Johnstown bor. 4th Ward,
Tavern ; Joseph Shoop, Millville bor. Tavern;
John Bolzner, Conemaugh bor. Eating House;
George Ilouser, Johnstown bor. 3d Ward,
Eating House ; A. Krause, Johnstown bor.
3d Ward, Eating House ; John Crouse, third
ward, Johnstown, quart.
(JEO. C. K. ZAIIM, Clerk.
Ebensburg, Aug. 20, 1868.
JLl The partnership heretefore existing
betwen the undersigned, under the firm oi
E. HUGHES & CO., is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All debts due to or by the
firm are to be settled by THOMAS J. LLOYD,
who continues the Lumber business at the
old stand. E.HUGHES,
THOS. J. LLOYD.
Ebensburg, August 21, 1803.
The undersigned will continue buying and
selling Lumber. The highest market price
will be paid, in cash, for all kinds of good
Lumber. Particular attention paid to filling
orders. au!3J THOS. J. LLOYD.
ELECT II I G II S C II O OL.
. REV. B. M. KERR, A. M.,
Proposes opening a School for Young La
dies, in tho Academy Building, Ebensburg,
on TUESDAY, SEPT. 1, 1S6S.
TERM3, ONE-HALE IN ADVANCE,
Per Session of Five Months Twenty TTeefrj) .
First Grade.. $15.
Second ' 20.
Third ... 23.
. No deduction for absence except in pro
tracted illness. ..........
The Trustees of the Academy have kindly
consented to act as a Board of Trustees for
this School. ; aug 20.3t.
ABRAHAM BLAINE, Barber -'
Shaving, Shampooing, and. Hair-dressing
done in the most artistic, style, , ' . . '
ciy Saloon (Jrrcctly opposite the' ''Moun
tain House.". rf ,. augiJ
KEATKST DISCOVERY OF TUB
. , AGE I
BEXTLEY'S XOX-EJTLOSIVE METRO.
SI. L. Oatmas, Sols Agent for Cambria Co:
The subscriber desires to call the attention
of the public to the fact that he has purcha
sed the right for Cambria county to sell
'Beztley's Non-Explosive Metropolitan Oil :
which he claims to be the
Oil manufactured. The advantages claimed
for this Oil are :
1. It i3 clear and clean.
2. It is non-explosive and safe.
3. It will not grease your hands, clothing,
furniture, or carpets.
4. It is fiftv rer cent, cheaper than anv
other Oil. Price, only 10 cents a quart.
TRY I T 1 ! BUY IT!!!
One and all who have used it nronounce
it to give entire satisfaction. Give it a trial
and be convinced of the above facts.
TOWNSHIP AND BOROUGH RIGHTS :
for sale at the store of
SI. L. OA T.MAN,
Three doors east of Crawford's Hotel,
Aug. 13. . EnEssEt EG, Ta.
X OOK OUT FOR BARGAINS AT
JLJ THE NEW
CHEAP GROCERY STORE!
3 doors east of Crawford's Hotel,
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. I 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 1
all of which will be sold at the lowest prices.
A large assortment of FRUIT CANS just rc-
ccive-d and at prices which defy compe
tition. Call and examine stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
LAMPS. WICKS,- FLUES, AND LAMP
TRIMMINGS in great variety.
I hope by fair dealing and strict attention
to business, and a determined endeavor to
pleas?, that I may receive a share of the
patronage of a gen rous public. JE-" I AM
DETERMINED NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD,
BUT WILL SELL CHEAP AS THE CHEAP
EST. M. L. OATMAN,
Aug. 13, 1SG3. Ebexseveg, Pa.
For doing a family washing in the best and
cheapest manner. Guaranteed equal to any
in the world ! Has all the strength of old
rosin soap, with the mild and lathering qual
ities of genuine Castile. Try this splendid
soap. Sold by the ALDEN CHEMICAL
WORKS, 13 North Front street, Phila.
. CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
- BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, &c.
High-st Ebeuaburg, Ta.
CANNED FRUIT, of all kinds at
V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
ARGE STOCK OF SU3131ER
Good3 at reduced prices at V. S. B.'s.
"TVTEW 'STOCK of CLOTHING VERY
XI cheap at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg.
lRUIT CANS NEW STYLE at V
JL S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
BOOTS AND SHOES CHEAP AT
V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
WALL PAPERS ALL STYLES
at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
TEW STOCK OF SUGARS FOR
l. canning fruit at V. S. BARKER'S.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
Butter, Eggs, Wool, and all Country
Produce at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebcnsbur
LILY WHITE LEAD LINSEED
Oil, Warranted pure, at V. S. Barker's,
TAILS ALL SIZES, CHEAPEST
in town, at V . S. Barker's, Ebensburg.
Y s- BARKER,
T Manufacturer of
BARRELS, KEGS, TUBS,
auglS. L'BEssciKy. Pa. i
g-M zsLii' wuCVw -W-.v. -r.'L-- - J jV
J). RICES GOING DOWN!
EBENSBURG HARDWARE $ HOUSE
I once more reurn my sincere thanks to
my oll friends and customers for their lib
eral patronage extended towards me, and
now, owing to the great fall in prices, fcy
whieh many articles can be Sild as cheap tis
before the war, and having a thorough knowl
edge of the business and the wants of tho
public I take pleasure in announcing that I
can and will sell goods at a less figure than
any similar establishment in cit or country.
My stock will consist ia part as follows :
DOOR and CUPBOARD LOCKS, CATCHES,
EOLTS, HINGES, SCREWS,
WINDOW SPRINGS, SHUTTER HINGES,
WINDOW GLASS, NAILS, PUTTY,
BORING MACHINES, AUGERS, CHISELS,
BRACES as d BITS, HATCHETS,
SQUARES, COMPASSES, TRY SQUARES,
BEVELS, POCKET RULES,
JACK, SMOOTHING, and FOR TLANES,
PANEL TLOWS, LEVELS,
SASII, RAISING, and MATCH PLANES,
SAW SETS, BENCH SCREWS,
CROSS-CUT, PANEL, RIP, COMPASS, axi,
GAUGES, OIL STONES, SCREW DRIVERS,
PLOWS, POINTS, SHOVELS,
FORKS, SCYTHES axd SNATHES, RAKES,
HOES, SPADES, SHEEP SHEARS,
HORSE BRUSHES, CARDS, CURRY COMBS,
. BELLS, II AMES, WHIPS,
BUT, TRACE, BREA ST, HALTER, FITII,
TONGUE, and LOG CHAINS,
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, asi
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, LEAD, POUCHES,
POWDER FLASKS, GAME BAGS,
GUN LOCKS, MAIN SPRINGS, PIVOTS, &c.
LAMPS and OILS,
COOKING, TARLOR, & HEATING STOVES,
TIN and SHEET IRON WARE,
WASHING MACHINES, axd WRINGERS,
&c, &c, &c, &c, &c, c.
Also FLOUR, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, &c.
TOBACCO a;d CIGARS.
Odd Stove Plates, Grafts, and Fire Brick
always on han,d to suit Stoves sold by me.
Well and Cistern Pumps and Tubing at man
Spoulinj made, painted, and put np, at low
, t-ST Persona owing me debts of long stan
ding will confer a favor by calling and paying
up as soon us convenient, as it take3 a great
deal of money to keep up my stock and pay
expenses, and owing to the small profits that
I am making on good3 I cannot afford to givo
long credit the interest would soon eat up
the profits. GEO. HUNTLEY.
Ebensburg, Aug. 13, 28G8.
QLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY!
C. T. ROBERTS,
C. T. Rclerts has constantly in his store a
well selected and varied assortment of arti
cles, which he offers cheap for cash ; viz :
CLOCKS, WATCnES, JEWELRY,
SILVER asd PLATED WARE,
GOLD PENS and PENCILS, SPECTACLES,
HOWE'S, SINGER'S, G ROVER k BA-
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, axd
BOOKS, STATIONERY, PENS, INK, PAPER,
rnoTOGR.tpn frames and albums,
PIPES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, asd SNUFF,
TRUNKS, SATCHELS, CARPET BAGS,
GFNTS' SHIRTS, CRAVATS, NECK TIES,
PASS BOOKS, DIARIES, DAY BOOKS, and
TOYS axd NOTIONS,
And other articles tco numerous to mention.
Clocks. Watches, and Jewelrv re
paired in the best style of workmanship, and
Thankful for past favors, the suiScribei-'
hopes by strict attention to business to meriu
a continuance of public patronage.
aug!3 c. T. ROBERTS
JL Ho ! every one that wants Pictures,
come ye to Ebensburg and get them 1
Having located in Ebensburg, I would very
respectfully inform. the people thut I am now
fuliy prepared to take
in every style cf the art, from the smallest
Card Picture up to Life Size.
fi2? Pictures taken in any weathcr."32
Every attention given to the taking of
Photographs painted in Oil, India Din, or
Your attention is called to mr
FRAMES Foa LARGE PICTURES,
which I will sell as cheap a3 the cheapest.
I ask comparison, and defy cotnpetion.
Thankful for past favors, I solicit a con
tinuance of the same.
Zs Gallery on Jclian street, three doors
north of the Town Hall.
aufc'13 T. T. SPENCE, Photograper.