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Tlio Farmer's Department.
Pias in Summer. From a late circu
lar from John Haight, a well-known swino
npn,i Pace county, we take toe
Ul CCUCi , vi O '
Summer is the time to make rork,
making it in winter is much like running
a boat against wind and tide; it require,
r r . i x u ,t ih ammftl heat.
too mucn ioou u aF
QUiMMER GOODS FOR 1868 ! I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
A. A. BAItlLER & SON,
High St., EBENSBURG, PA.
A. A. BARKER k SON have received and
mit. at their Store, on xiigu an,
EBENSRURG STOVE and
UMMER ANNOUNCEMEJN j i J
TF00J MORRELL' & CO.
;P , , . Ipntv of crasa in lUlflmer, opened out, at their store, uu
,,U fatten &J?ltfZ
j -. r r.nrV r;ri bo made
turee pouuua i . - - ,
less grain in thi way than one pouod I can
v :5 tw with a bojr m a close
pen. The grass is cooling and loosening,
Ld counteracts the feverish properties of
tt :n n nirfl r ttipU in summer,
cam. Iio"s hi uiv -
fr :F thev can have
-wjiter and mud to lie in
i. a to rsiisintr h"n
in r.Am nnd no corn meal
to young pigs before they are tour mont
will nave a ieu uvi
Iry, black scurf will
n ; and the more of
Mud is rery
1.1 i V .. It
bad tor hogs in cool or eo.u
WrV,a tnr mucn animui uc...
drink andaimosi muweun-
t .... It.
ehould ba fed
i ;.a oro these : The pigs
meai on yuuus ybJ . . .,, "
first be costite, then they will scour
They will begin to rub gainst everything
they can rub against, that will rub their
nrv anrjeaTance. A d
i trw fnrm on them
the corn and meal toey eai,
they will pet. The best thing that can be
tZZ r pig in this conditio., u togj.
him a thorough washiag ltt
water or sour milk ; sour milk is best.
Diss, except oreau uu -
Sood for yery young pigs, because it ha
been leavened. Food has to ferment be
foCre it will digest, and if fed to a young
pi- before fermented, it win v
Btomach and spoil him. Lettuce is good
for young pig It will Stop the scours
in them, lne miuunu OUw r
!i,Q ?ik at nieht, after the feeding
iiTBTvnJ PT.ATDS. POPLINS,
ii.PVS ' DELAINES. PRINTS,
A r'r.iWT.S. BLANKETS,
PTnTnq " ' CASSIMERES,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKING8,
tt dItIa in the market;
rrrTV OT.OVES. AND KNIT GOODS,
HATS CAPS, BOOTS SHOES.
T. W. WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
Just received, at the Ebensburg stove aim
Tinware Depot, a large aan wen
TIN ROOFING, &c.
And a general assortment of
Hardware, Cutlery, Apple i'arers,
Farm Edge Tools,
Nails, Horse Shoes,
Horse Shoe aii3,
Augers, Bits, Files,
embracing new styles of
.f.TvofiAirQ RWTS MUSLINS, MULLS,
TARLKTONS; WHITE CRINOLINES,
BRILLIANT CORDED SKIRTING.
Door Lock Keys,
Carbon Oil Lamps,
Wicks, Stove Polish,
consisting in part of
An KAVTSS EDGINGS AHU
DIMITY BANDS, COLLARS,
BOBBIN" THREAD EDGINGS
Cheaper than ever.
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT,
the best in use,
Sold at tht very lowest market rates.
uever more fed at
mil. " - -o i , .
has been done, and anoweu iu
milk through the night, neyer allowing
The swill tub to get quite empty, always
leaving a little in the bottom for yeast.
The swill should never be permitted to get
ill- Sinn feed should be fed often, and
imp. than will be
r-M rt11 mnlrA
eaten up at encc. aiop --
hrS bL. than dry feed. Aftor he p.gs
eet to bo from three to iour iuuuti.a v.,
their food can be made stronger - but a
V.W will not bear much strong food until
Legin3 to change from a pig into a hog,
;tl ha Vnrtwn bv hl3 V01C6. in
tho West, where hogs are raised on a
hr-e scale, but one litter should be raised
from a sow in a year, and the sow should
have them in the month of May or June.
The sows should run to grass a uu RE
The pigs snouiu such, mem
.;u Tn thia way tno
I desire to call particular attention to the
fact that my stock of
ST O VESI
Is the largest and best in Cambria county.
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 wnen nuuieu..
OIL BARRELS I
Made out of Galvanized Sfceet Iron, to
hold any desired quantity, manufactured and
for sale at the Kbensourg oiove au iu""
Depot. All dealers in Oil should have them.
THE EUREKA COFFEE ROASTER !
A time saving, temper saving, labor sa
vine. money saving invention. The women s
friend. The best Koasier in marae.
Have inst received, at their Mammoth Store,
near tne liauroau
Still another invoice of
and DOMESTIC DRY GUUUo,
DRESS GOODS, CARPETS, GROCERIES,
They offer Goods of all descriptions at
WHOLESALE and RETAIL!
As cheap as they can be purchased in
the Eastern ui.iea.
Our stock of
GENERAL DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
RAG, INGRAIN, Sc BRUSSELS CARPETS,
MATTING, PAPER HANGINGS,
BOOTS and SHOES, HATS akd CAPS,
QUEENSWARE, YELLOW WARE,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,. UAllun Aiwr,,
IRON, NAILS, FEED, SALT, &c,
TIN, COPPER, & SHEET-IRON WARE
Having been East and purchased my stock
when prices were low, I am now prepared to
.... .l,n fan n
offer cash buyers better Dargiuua iuu
had anywhere in
"THE ALLEGH AN IAN"
WILL be published every Thursday, &t
the following rates, viz :
Per annum, payable in advance -$2.09
If not paid in advance 2.60
A failure to notify a discontinuance at tha
expiration of the term subscribed for will be
considered a new engagement.
My stock consists in part of every variety oi Transient adverti3ing, per sq., one ins-.$1.00
Is the largest ever brought into Johnstown.
DAMASKS, TABLE COVERS !, CRASH
BROWN DAMASK TVBLE LINENS,
FRINGED HACK, DIAPER AND DAMASK
nnvpv nn!R OUILTS.
PILLOW CASE LINENS, TT1LTC,
PILLOW CASE MUSLINS,
SHEETINGS, CARPETS, RLOb,
HASSOCKS, FLOOR CLOTHS, &c , &c,
Of all sizes, widths, and prices.
By buying our Goods in large quantities, and
on the best terms, we are enabled to sell
at prices mucn lower muu it
ed elsewhere in Johnstown. We
nariinlarlv invite the at-
COUNTRY MERCHANTS 1
To our facilities for supplying them promptly
with every article in demand by their
customers, and at satisfactory fig-
in waiting to show Goods.
A specialty f our business is the
DAILY MEAT MARKET AND THE VEG
As I have lately added largelj to my stock,
and have now a first-class Hardware and Tin
Store, persons in want of anythicg in my line
are invited to give me a call. One thing I
de3ir to be distinctly understood
At which citizens can procure all kind3 of
Fresh Meat and Vegetables in season.
On the second and third floors, but with
,.;. onfrn.ni-.R9 on the first floor from
WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD! Washington street, are two capacious
T-r-iT l Vn TT A O Q
TIN, SHEET 1UO.N, t!Uirr.u aiu uuawo
ENAMELED AND PLAIN SAUCE 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 ycu need in the Kitchen.
Particular attention given to
VALLEYS AND CONDUCTORS I
I am sole agent in this place for the
HEATING AND COOKING STOVES.
Odd Plates for repairs constantly on hand,
as well as other make of Stoves, which will
be sold at prices to please.
GRATES and -GRATE FRONTS,
of all sizes, with
CAST IRON FENDERS,
Furnished at Manufacturers Retail Prices.
I wonld call particular attention to my
stock and prices of
Consisting in part of all varieties of
WICKS, 9IL CA3
Which I am retailing at Wholesale Prices.
SUGAR KETTLES, CAULDRONS, STOVE
POTS, &c ,
constantly on hand at reduced
Special attention given to
Each subsequent insertion.
Auditor's Notices, each 2.00
Administrators' and Executors' Notices. 2.50
Estray Notices 1 I0
3 mot. 6 mos. 12 mot.
$2.50 $4.0t) $6.C0
.. 5.00 8.00 12.00
exceeding 8 lines, with paper 6.00
fgy Advertisements not marked witb the
number of insertions desired, will be contin
ued till forbidden, and charged according te
the above terms.
fgy All kinds of Job Work will t doat
on reasonable terms.
1 square, 12 lines...
1 snuares. 24 lines.
3 squares, 36 lines.... 7.00
Qnartercolumn - 0.50
Third column - 11.00
Half column 14.00
Professional or Business
Repairing promptly attended to.
and they get
fed ou corn
a3 lontr as they
:a ..nirn but little care, a
F'o3"! . .r". -mi otl nn corn.
ace eo that tney wm
None but breeders should try to get more
than one litter from a bow m a year, lhe
fall litter will require too mucu
the farmer. One litter ean be got m
n,Pr in Sentember or Ucto-
. .. . ci-ior hut tne
A fall stock of
BOOTS 4- SHOES, HATS J- CATS,
NOTIONS, PERFUMERY, c.
Bv strict attention to business and a desire
ana justijr m -and
receive a share of public
to deal tairiy
hope to merit
5S- 6tore on High street, Ebenshurg, in
the rooms lately occupied by Mills k Davis.
ftUg133 THOS..W. WILLIAMS. -
TAILOR and SHOE SHOPS,
. fi i
Where fine and coarse tJoots ana oaoeo, a
all kinds of Gentlemen's rearms ap
parel are made to order, promptly,
and in fashionable style.
SS- A fall line of Cloths, Cassimers, Cas
Pinew, &c, constantly on hind. In the Shoe
Department are kept for tale Shoe Findings
of all kinds, and a prime assortment of Up-
-per and Sole Leather. le
In Tin, Copper, or Sheet Iron, at lowest pos
HARTFORD LIVE STOCK INSU
CASH CAPITAL $500,000.
"We are now prepared to insure Live Stock
against both Death and Theft in thiB live and
reliable Company. Owners of Stock have
now the opportunity, by insuring with this
Company, of obtaining security auu remune
ration for the loss of their Animals in caso of
Death or Theft.
OWNERS OF HOftSES.
Manufacturers, Exrressmen Teamster?,
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 daraagtthey
would sustain in the loss of their Animala,
which are in many cases the sole meana ct
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 logs wnicn wouiu oiuerwise iu
heavily upon them in being deprived oi tneir
Cattle, by insuring in this Company tht
Pioneer Company oi America. xy iu&ujiu
in this Company, you exchange
AN UNCERTAINTY for a ukiaimi i
No man can tell whether bis Animal may nol
be stolen or die, through Borne unforeseen
Now ready and will be sent on application by
mail or in person.
, . i;Kor.l not. ALIUIjPjIXX
most sincere . r i
jtfgr Hoping to see all my old
and many new ones this Spring, I
thanks for the very li
t ) nlrpadv received, and will en
deavor to please all who may call, whether
1,pv Ymv or not. Can on or uurc
A good assortment of
sour milk for two
W following, from one sow,
t.to will have to be wean(
- t -tr nrnAq Hill. UUV1 v
three weeta auer
weaning, ana xou unou.
, :n tcm froin.iCOUrintr.
aav win ... Vr ro
Sour milk is better than new milk. New
milk will first make the pig costive, then
t,; Tt will curdle in his stomach,
lut sour milk will not. The late fall pigs
should suck the sow as they will, and the
sows should bo fed on warm siop iu, u
fed often. The slop can be warmed by
pouring hot water into the swill tub. A
breeding sow should never be led much
We keep constantly on hand
And a general
Main tt.. JOHNSTOWxN, Y A.,
A. Row & CO., rrcprteioTt.
This commodious house has been com
nltW refitted and elegantly furaiehed, and
f- r.T.n for the reception of guests
offers superior accommodations to every oth
er houie in town. The table will be sup
plied with the best the market affords, and
the bar with the choicest liquora and wines.
Bv constant and careful attention, they ex
pect to merit and receive a share of public
C EBY & CO ,
FRANK W. KAY,
522 Market st., between Fifth and bixtn,
O 500,000 CUSTOMERS
PA TR ONIZE THE BEST !
rr..: ia inrtrppt caoital, most expen-
.1 .rl no- I , : . nf onr run.
We have constantly on nana enced buyer?, ana extent c
sortment of all n"nh; for rn In the Do wr wie
smill navkaces, wbicn we GUAUAMM o a x ior x
ar short credit. Also, Uuncannou
m .Zr.-nvAA On
. i .i i in every iusi'i"-
. ..nn.nt ff fill n H.U LL I i
aA S,iVpa Of all Sizes, cu!ii"";
in this line-
We have constantly on hand a complete
stock of Family Groceries, comprising Su
perfine, Extra and Family
vinnr. Corn and Uat
ParsERViNO Green Corn tor Win-
rr t : in.n in 1 1 TT 1 II Bfl I . , 1 i
TER. me canning u - uucawn.: --- -- Rarlev. Bacon.
cenerallv fails that we cpnot recommena Meai, Dried Beef.
. n,, . 1 i ll ... .nnnori I lS U WU 1 tUl" - -.1.
ins 1 tie next De'si iuiut m auuw . , aA flrv salt ior lauic
UUBUVU , .. , - J
Crackers ot an kiuub.
.1 . L ! -- : . n 1 .r Arte A
corn is mat wr.icu i viim.
Accontlnl ia oonJ corn, and the
ia to dry it carefully before UgeU too old.
Mrs. M. L. Gage, of Ross county, Ohio,
communicates the following sensible ideas
about preparing it :
"It is a wonder that so few should nave
any thing but field corn for table u-ie ; and
fndrvini? there U a 'still greater contrast
between the common field corn and the
Klrdon varieties. I have been used for
years to drying corn. Boil the green ears
i minute or two, just to harden the milk,
then cut from the cob and spread on a
cloth in tho sun for two days, taking it in
at night ; it will then keep auywhere. r
xcuan nnnked. it is better to soak it a few
houra, and boil in the same water. In
cold woavher all that i wanted for a week
er two may be wet. It oooks quicker and
tastes belter. A little milk and flour
boiled in is almost as good as cream. I
have not given up-drying corn, but for
two years past I have put some down in
alt, which gives auother variety, aud is
more quickly prepared. At first I had
.i:o;iftr 5n frpaheninff it. aud then it was
UllUVultJ " CJ ..
comparatively tasteless, but now I boil the
corn in one water a minute or two, turn
the water off, add a few sl'icod potatoes,
boil until they are doce, drain off the wa
ter and add cream or butter. We thiuk
this preparation tastes more like sumnier
corn than the dried corn doc. In sailing.
I cut tho green corn without boiling, and
V it. alternating one pint oi corn ana
w 3 -J
- v rr
Complete assortment r renon
Sperm, Adamantine a Mould Candles
Soars, Castile, Rosin, and all other kinds.
Rio and Java Coffees.
Black, Imperial and Young Hyson Teas.
Hard, Soft, Pulvemo-i and
Brown Sugars. ,
Syrups and Molasses of all kinds.
Dried Apples and Peaches.
Mackerel, Herring, Salmon.
Coal Oil and Turpentine.
Lard, Whale ana L.insu
Paints ot every description.
Scrub, and Horse Brushes.
tc, te., &-, tc, C.
D R UOS 'AND PA TEXT MEDICINES.
All kinds of
IRON AND NAILS.
John Wilkin. Proprietor.
Ttiio home has been refitted, and offers
superior accommodations to any other hou3e
in town. The proprietor, after long experi
ence in the business, feels confident he under
4.,, fh. wntq of the public. His table
will be supplied with all the delicacies of the
season, cy consign ucuuuu,
to merit a liberal share of public patronage.
August 13, 18G8.
J EBENSBURG, PA.,
Jxaom A. Flott, rroprteior,
No nains will be spared to render this hotel
worthv of a continuation of the patronage
.. . v,,- ..iv. The table will
li una ' - ,
always be lurnisnea wuu m
affords; the bar with the best of liquors.
The stable is large, and will be attended by
an attentive hostler. LUK l6-
d for sale at Manufacturer's prices. an!3
T aJENKC?MMISSION MERCHANT,
Wholesale Dea'.er and R".
TTT.OUR. AUD ALI. KIKD8 OF I RODUCJi,
Also : REFINED OILb,
Checkered Front, 273 Liberty St.,
Ei"S Prices Current and Marking Plates
sent to shippers.
TVENSON, UA.2iL'V&uu & v,u
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 507 Market st., Philadelphia.
Refer by permission to A. A. Barker,
ARNES, OSTERHOUT, HERRON
d also the best selection
r.nn, ever olTerea at
Ko other concern
has any show tcnerever vur
. . v. A
Agents are selling. Our motto, x romp. u
Reliable." Male and Female agent3 wanted
in city and country.
re particularly requested to try popular
club system of selling all ki3 of DItt AND
FANCY GOODS, DRESS PATTERNS COT
TON CLOTH, CASTUUS, . i nn
I J ... .i-nura 1- "TefaVilUheil 18S4.1
..." A patent pen fountain and a check describing
arlePto be sold for a dollar 10 . ct. ; 20
for S2 ; 40 for $4 ; 60 for $G ; 100 ; for 5 i 10 i
Competent agents wanted, to whem a
liberal compensation will be paid.
Apply to KERR & CO.,
General Agents, Altoona, Penna.
eS3- Col. Wm. K. Piper, Ebensburg, Local
Agent for above Company. auglJ.m
AND HARNESS .
The undersigned Keeps consTanuj u
hand and is still maiiula:turmg an
in his line, such as
FINE SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS,
BLIND BRIDLES, R1D1U lSKWLr.s,
HALTEKS, WHIPS, BRF.ECHB ADS, Ac
All which lie wV dispose of at ljw prices
His work is all warranrea, na reing "-
rienced in the business, he uBea only the best
of leather. Thankful for PaBt fa vors, he
hopes by attention to business tCmf!Il ,n
continuance of the patronage heretofore so
liberally extended to him. -vrtmp. w
Shop above the tin store of Thomas
Williams, High st. Persons h.ng good,
substantial Harness can be accommodated
S-All persons indebted to me are re
to call and settle as soon as possible,
llillf meme9' HUGH A. M'COY.
HUCES REDUCED -!-
JOHNSTOWN JUBBiil ni-iww
. . a lares
The subscriber cas jusi ic".. e-
Vionrlanm inVOlCe Ot
nuu .i 1 " "
Turn Hhawford. Proprietor.
The Logan has been thoroughly refitted
and refurnished, and now offers superior in
A..ta to ih. nublic The Table and
uar luicii"' r
bling of the very best. L""
I ROSTER HOUdHi,
A Cob. Clihtos A Locust sts.,
Wm. Likton, Proprietor.
This well known house has been coPte-
ly refitted and refurnished, ana
jr 1 " e irnaeii o.t reasona-
pared for the recepuuu i J3
ble charges. L K
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
No. 503 Market st., above Fifth St.,
a small handful cl salt.
ael is about full put on
When the vcp-
a cover that will
fit down to the com, and place a euia.i
weight on it, as it muwtbe kept under the
biino which it makes Jrom ita own juice
1 tma fnr thp n:iat two years, been
nntr irpen com with tomatoes.
about one-fourth part corn, cookinp tho
twn together. I have never heard of but
one case where jreen
eelf did not npoil, but
Buying twice as large a stock, as any other
merchant in town, e buy cheaper aud can
therefore tell cheaper, than any competitor.
C U.L AND EXAMINE GOODS I
CI L AND EXAMINE GOODS !
fAT.T. AND EXAMINE GOODS I
The public is invited to call before purcha
sintr elsewhere. No charge for showing
hnr or nm uuv.
" Customers waited on by polite and atten
k Co.. Proprietors.
The Tabl "is always supplied with the
choicest delicacies. The Bab is supplied wuh
choice liquors : and tne lT.Jv
careful hostlers. Boarders taken by the week
month or year. las
AUREL RUN EXCHANGE,.
HEMLOCK, CAMBKIA u., ita.,
liipnmn Detlinq. Proprietor.
This popular stand has lately been refitted
throughout, and its doors are uuw
the reception or uie ureu, uu.j j
corn canned by it
corn and tomatoes
earned together is a perfect ru
generally, taken in
Snruce. Tine, and
Eggs, and Country
I TTT?.fT.Of!K. CAMBRIA CO., PA.,
i ATiDWELL & FRY,
j Wholesale Dealers in
406 Market street, Philadlphia.
i r. oithtii.t.. Fauor. 131 wm. w. rax.
JAS. W. RIDDLB, J-
in r STiT-.nnftRHK. W. CALVIS MOOHS.
T IDDLE, SHERBORNE & CO.,
i 1j Imnorters nd Wholesale Dealers in
Vfl'RF.TfiN i DUMES I IU UK1 uuuuo,
438 Market St., below 5th, and 433 Merchant
street, faug!3J miLauai
Tirnn v. SMtTtl. J. Biii.
Cl M ITH & SELTZER,
Importers and Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC uakuyauji,
GUNS, CUTLERY, &c.
No. 409 N. Third st., above ualiowniu,
k r,-,,,n Free nresents to gencr uy
Club. Give us atrial. Send for circular.
o humbug. Address 1 -. -
KENDALL, 65 Hanover-et., Boston, Mass.
LATEST ARRIVAL, I .
The subscriber has just received, at
his store, on High street, r-Deiisou,
and saiaoi" oiu
Table Salt, Barrel Salt,
and everytning in me
Grocery, Notion and Confectionery Une.
Also, Boots and Shoes, Carbon and Lubri
cating Oils, Ac., Ac.
ICL All wnicn wm u 'JrW
. r o TT A V V J II I . t..
ITALIAN AND AMrl '
Comprising the largest and finest su-ck of the
kindPever brought to Johnstown nt h, a e
. . ,--1 K'rATIKlin Cltl,
taoiiBuuieu, v-- force of experi-
BLE TOPS, BUREAU TOPS, MAMtw, -c,
Ts cleap as they can be purchased in any of
tblClarCe stock of GRINDSTONES on ksnd
irticlfmy manufacture can be purcb;
s .v- Hardware Store of Mr. ueor
delivered where deei-
G. G. OWENS.
TS. llOlilbU, wun
GEO. F. ROBINSON & CO
PINE, HEMLOCK, tit.r.uu, auu
..m . iritrnnn 4 TJTlTVl
i.O, FLOOKirs l X. A Krtr WA T .K TTT '
SHINGLta, LiftAii, w-11 "
ASH, and CHERRY,
Orders sent to Ebensburg, Cambria co., or
Rush House, Pittsburg, will be promptly at
TOSEPH ZOLNER has just opened.
ffj and offers for sale a splendid f .
eizht-day and twenty-tour nour vo,
fine WAIUUto 01 ever) uv..r.-r,
CORTJIANS, JEWELRY, and a variety of
all articles in his line, repairing wviu.,
Watches, and all kinds ot Jeweiry uour
short notice and most reasonable terms
Shop on High street, opposite 1 uuu,
House, Ebensburg. laut x
LORETTO MARBLE WORKS I.--The
undersigned begs leave to infom
the citizens of Cambria and aaju --fc
ties that ho haa just received a , ,,0k of t
finest Italian and otner MBf'
lishment, in Loretto, Cambria count, l a-
Monuments, Tombs, Grave f"!
Bureau tops, manufactured of the ot
tiful and fineSt quality of 2e to order
1 as cheap as taey v t on
in a neat anu wum.-
the shortest notice.- tilted to c'it
The public are respectfully nvited to g
me a call before purchasing elsewh ere.
am confident that my work and P"8 V.
tifv anv person desiring anything in
line of business.
- 1 t
i the time to get a cheap joo 1
Otto Hellt, l'ropnetor.
This hotel is situated immediately along -c
side the Itauroau Acyu,
venient stopping piace m
August 13, 1868.
EN. P. THOMPSON, with
A. OPPENHEIMEU &
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
n. COAL.! COAL!
J The subscriber is now carrying on the
Colliery of Wm. Tiler, Sr., at Lily Station,
on the Pennsylvania Railroad, Cambria coun-
tv. and will be glad to nil an uiu5, - ;;
amouni,uiu imr. -.Khle losses by fire
itv. batisiacuon us w H"'' 7S "T 1
. ' ' .H. I .11.
antied in all cases.
Hemlock P. O., Aug. 13, ito.
i j EBENSBURG, PA.,
HKsav F08TKK, Proprietor.
Tha t class position among first class
will be maintained in the luture, as
in the past, by the Arcade. , aug
HATS, CAPS, FURS, and STRAW GOODS, - v AT.TFATHER
S. 5 Market K. AMrAW
Wholesale and Retail ueaier iu
HAVANA and DOMESTIC CIGARS, PLUG,
ATIONAL SOAP AND CANDLE
HENR Y SCHNA BLE,
Wholesale dealer in Soap, Candles, Groce
ries. Liquors and Fish, at city prtces,
aflV Mais ,t" JOHNSTOWN, PA.
FINE CUT CHEWING and ojuuivir. v
TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, SNUFF
BOXES, and CIGAR CASES,
TAt the sign of the Indian, Main St.,
L ,. t.-'.-a lAumrnffV. Pi.
fcept. O, looe. - "- ' - 1
PTRONlZE YOUR OWN !
THE PROTECTION MUTUAL FIIjE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF CAMBRIA C
LOCATED AT EBENSBURG, rA.
The above named Company, organ"
April 6th, 1857, will effect i-.ur
nronertv at safe rates. Being pa rtu
SSSfi. .1.. i.. ' ?i' SH3S'
sentsa reliable ruu. f - aiD8
which persons may secure themselves ag
a nv nre. -rit
JOHN WILLIAMS, Pre
J. Lloyd, Sec'y. 4 Treas.
EVAN ROBERTS, Johnstown.
JAMES PURSE, "
JNO. E. ROBERTS, Ebensburg
Ebensburg, Aug. 13, 186S. .
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Work of all kinds u -
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