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Letts r 2roii Cicneral Slicridaii.
At the Cooper Institute mrefinc; Tues
day cvfiiiu-j:. Mr. E. F. Audreys road a
i?tter from Central Sheridan, written to
the u;-et':ng id the "Ul ,i,,f re
ceived uuCii Mondav last. Ueue-rul Sher
i Jan s ys ;
I icVl a deep interest in tlie success of
our honored chieftain in the pnuinir 1 'res
idential e'.ec'iou. leliovii lh i io it are
involved the peace aud pro-parity of the
country. 1 Ulicve the s-ame contest i
no'V before the nation that exited during
the rebellion, and that a political victory
now is cs necessary as a a niilitarj vic
tory then; and although I tool the deep
est reluctance to say aught that will con
nect me with any political canvass, stul,
the rnemorv cf hard fought fields, an in-
terist tor the tacred cause lor which so
many lives were lost, compels me now,
wlieii that cause is iu danger, to unequiv
ocal'y j:ive it my support. I have not
thought the rebeiiiou ceded, and, now
?he.i I see it ag,ain outcropping, under itfe
old loaders, 1 see the verification cf the
frequent boast made while I "sas in New
Or. can-, that tlse cause of Secession was
.of lot, but would yet be accomplished
bv niakinn the Northern peoplefihl each
other; that the Ohio River would be the
boundary line of the Southern Confedera
cy, and that thp rebel fia would on that
line l id deliance to the Stars and Stripes."
This ptuiotic letter was received with
thunders of applause, a happy prelude to
t!';: -z ju i news that so sooa succeeded it.
Sunshine and Shadow in New
Y'.hik Ey Matthew Hale Smith. Illus
trated : 7-1 pp. Hartford, Conn.: J. li.
Eurr & C., 1S0S.
It is not always tr.it we can command
our readers to purchase books of real val
ue even, for these may be so pr -.sy, though
full id important facts, as to lie forever
u- rra l i' . their shelves. Eat in the book
whoso title we rjuote above, the judicious
and enterprising publishing l ouse of J.
Eurr Co., who know how to cuter
to the wants o! the public, the people have
-oti:, tiling at once very valuable aud rem?
aU. Whoever opens the book to read
will not permanently lay it a-ide till he
has gone over every Hue id iis ntuety-two
chapters, a:.d he ear' not but feel that he
is more thuu paid i or the cost of the bo: k
s ;veral times over, in the valuable facts.
spicy incidents, etc., with which the bouk
is tiiiea. lie wm, in snort, icotc ew
York fur better than the majority cf her
native citizens: and to knoy New York j
ia all her aspects; her hih life and luv
life; her good and evil ; her vast fortunes
and her countless misfortunes ; low her
great financial leaders have wen their hon
est successes, and how brilliantly vice
hhines, or sadly it wallows iu its infamy,
be-daV them, is to kuow abcut all there
is to be known of the active life of the
whole cDuu'rv; for New York is not only
' Liiiiuercial center of America, but a
jail 1 111 - .1
a ot all tue 00i anJ taJ ia tLe
Insanity chumeteiize the t iTorts cf the
rebel Democracy to brin General Grant
out. His rersi-tent ijuietude, whicli is
.eeon 1 only to his m .iesty, is a terrible
contrast fur them with the volubility of
their Elair and the incoherent and un
guarded cspre.-sious ef their Se cucur.
'Oh that mine enemy would write, a
b k!" was the t raver of one utfdd.wheu
in the midst of tribulation. ' Oh that
General Gratt would suy something!"' i
the every dav imprecation ot the Uemoc
raey. Their straits must be desperate in
deed when they acknowledge the other
wise perfect character of the Republican
leader by iuviting him to show his head
above the rifle-pits in order that they may
get a shot at him. What a comic por
traiture it would make to picture the Dem
ocratic party cursing Grant f-jr not f-aying
something and iu the same breath curiing
1 5 : a i r for faying too u.uch !
The ellect produced by the recent elec
tions up- t. the L'uited S.'ates sccuri.its is
iaaivc;.ous. The demaud for five twen
tios on !ie llh was so great as to occupy
the greaur .w,ni m of the time of thue
patties dealing laigely in United States
securities. Even railway shares began to
i uk up. atd -peculation in ail manner of
-cks derived a fresh iiupetus iu propor
t;.,:) -js the el c'i.m f Grmit was a.-urcd
v 'he receipt ef the election returns.
Wall .street imagined it hud prepared for
the Jemau is to b; made upon it through
out the day, bu- tt was taken completely
bv surpri-e and compelled to confess i:s
ii:-.b.lity t per!.-r::i th.e ! ihor demanded
of it. At tti.s rate, where iil th; ruin
occasioned bv tlie Rcpubiica viccries
Tl!K f'illwing ! as ;cci) is-ucd by the
Re;ub;icjn National (Committee :
Fur:: Avi-.ntk IIotkl, New Vork,
Oct..-u.r l:, lsGS The gif-at. States f
I'c'i' Ivatiiu, ( )bi. u-id Iiidia'ia h vo bv
decl-ive vi :j it ief cia le cerrai'i a Rpub-
licm tritimph in N vcn L' l the peo- j
pie prepare for the fi'tal c v.te.-t, at:d by j
a:' overhtdu:i"g utr elect (jr-nt nt;J j
Cdbix, and ive to tlie country taiefy. t
prosperity and pcic?. j
4-V M. Cl-.MI.1N, ChailUiSD. !
Wm. E. CflANi)!.; n, Secrer.irv." j
Si KI U cx-Viee J're-i-
dent ct ;ho isido-did I'o-'eue! acy, and j
. . T "l . . .
now 11 c uts-, au caiv.cM ,
)!' ( e!. i. f an
is uuviw-rrj -i vi jv oe
1 1 . .
cjuntry and the
.iLh- 1:1 it), an i one
t lew apt n ci.
decided uii.itary getiu
rto.ji! coal ! coal:
J The subscriber is r.o'.v carry-i.-g on i!iC 1
Go.i. rv of Wra. Tiley, Sr , at L:ty St.ttio:.
t -n the Pentisylvacia Ii:.:!ruii J, Cai.ibnacouu- j
tv and will be glad to a:i oioers, 10 sum
..mount, ol'citizus cf Erbarg ard vtcin- ;
St t i fae 1 1 I! 10 ou-i.ity 01 Co:', gu-r- ;
untied iu a.i o:.-u--
v. ::. TIL.. J . Jr.
. f -. 1 . r -i 1 -' 1 1
1 lid deteiu::r:i v. iii. t
ilotk 1. V., Auc'. 13; Isutf.
gUMMER GOODS FOE 186S!!
WHO L ES ALE AND RETAIL.
A. A. IIAHItnSl & SOX,
IIicii St., EBENSBURG, PA.
A. A. BARKER & SOX have received and
opened oi:t. at their Store, on High street,
their Summer sleek of goods for 'C3.
MERINOS, PLAIDS, POPLINS,
ALPACAS, DELAINES, PRINTS,
SHAWLS AND CLOA KINGS,
Everv stvle in the market,;
HOSIERY, GLOVES, AND KNIT GOODS,
li ATS a CAPS, SOOTS SHOES.
w hit e good s,
embrarinsj nev. atrles of
NAINSOOKS. SWTS MUSLINS. MULLS,
TARLKTONS. WHITE CRINOLINES,
BRILLIANT a CORDED SKIRTING.
consisting in part of
JACONET AND SWISS EDGINGS AND
DIMITY BANDS. COLLARS, SETTS,
BOBBIN k. THREAD EDGINGS LACES.
Cheaper than trer.
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT,
tb c best in tise,
SolJ at the very loirat market rates.
II O U S E K E E P I N G GOODS!
DAMASKS, TABLE COVERS, CRASH
BROWN i DAMASK T VBLE LINENS,
FRINGED HACK, DIAPER AND DAMASK
HONEY CQMB QUILTS,
j MARSEILLES QUILTS,
' ALLENDALE QUILTS,
PILLOW CASE LINENS,
PILLOW CASE MUSLINS,
SHEETINGS, CARPETS, RUG
HASSOCKS, FLOOR CLOTHS, .., &c , kc,
Of all size?, "width?, ani prices.
A full stock of
11 E APY - M A D E C L O T II I N G !
LOOTS .j SHOES, HATS S CAES,
MOTIONS, PERFUMERY, Ae.
A gee: .issortment of
HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, S.c.
F E E D . V i : G E T A V L E S ,
Y.'e keep consttntly on hand
Corn, Oat, Vegetables,
Mbbilirgs, Chop, An-i a general
Sborts, Bran, vaiiety
B itter, Eggs, of ortkles
Lard, ia tbia line
We have constantly on hand a complete
stoe'e of Family Groceries, compriiing Su
pcrfine, E.ttra and Family
Buckwheat ncd V- e Flonr, Corn and Oat
JIii.1, Hominy, Hulled Barley, Bacon,
Sugar-cured Hair.?, Dried Beef.
Salt by the barrel, and Sack Salt for Table
use ; Goshen and Western Reserve
i'herie ; Crar';rrt Ot all kinds.
Complete assortment of French Sprt.
Sperm, Adamantine a Mould C-mdla
Sotrjt, Castile, Rosin, and all other kinds.
Ric ana Java (.t-j'tef.
Black. Imperial a-.sd Young Hyson Teas.
Hard, Soft, Pulverize i and
Srus r.r. i Mtltitse of all kinds.
Drie Aj-flr and I'mchrs.
Maekcre!, 'S tring, Salmon.
Coul Od stA jV
Lard, Whale 1 Linseed Oil.
I'vii'.F ot tvery descriptioa.
Scrub, t:id Hore Erasliet.
ic, if., ic, Ac.
EJIUGS AXJ) I'A TEXT XEDICLYES.
a:: kdj of
a: d a i es.
: l.irsro a -tock jv' any other
;:. buy cht-tiper, a.id can
j tr, than any competitor.
. -r- --
! ::ii r.; !i v.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS !
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS!
C.vLL AND EXAMINE GOODS 1
is invited to call before purcha-
j sii'5 t :se vntre. an charge ior snowing
gjdj, buy or not buy.
Custodiers waited on by polite and atten
'oplar, Spruce, Pine, and
attir. Eggs, and Country
ur.'.u in c-3 caang" tor
7BENSBUEG STOVE and TIN
WARE DEPOT I
T. U. WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
Just received, at the Ebensburg Stove and
Tinware Depot, a large and well selected
TIN ROOFING, kc.
And a general assortment of
Farm & EJge Tools,
Nails, Horse Shoes,
Horse Shoe Nails,
Augers, Eits, Files,
Door Lock Key?,
Carbon Oil Lamps.
Wicks. Mo ve Polish,
I desire to csll particular attention to the
fact that my stock of
Is the largest and best in Cambria county.
And any Cooking Stove desired I will got
when ordered at manufacturers' retail prices.
Odd Stove Plates and Gmtrs, ic, for re
pairs, on hand for the Stoves I sell : others
will be ordered when wanted.
Made out of Galvanized Sleet Iron, to
hold-any desired quantity, manufactured and
for sale at the Ebensburg Stove and 1'iinv.ire
Depot. All dealers in Oil should have them.
THE EUREKA COFFEE ROASTER !
A time savinr, temper saving, labor sa
ving, monej- saving invention. The women's
friend. The best Roaster in market.
As I have lately added largely to my stock,
and have now a first-class Hardware and Tin
Store, persons in want ol anything in my line
are invited to give roe a ca'h One thing I
desire to be distincl'y understood
WILL XOT BE I'XDERSOLD!
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 it-ceive a sLr.re ol public
gSsr Store on High street, ELensVurg. in
th rooms Laulv tv.-i u-ded bv Mi!!- k t-r.vis.
auglS ' lii . V. WILLIAMS
gUMMER "ANNOUNCEMENT ! I
WOOD NO EE ELL J- CO.
IIatc just received, at their Mammoth. Store,
near the Railroad Station,
Still another invoice of
FOREIGN o.si DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
DRESS GOODS, -CARTETS, GROCERIES,
They offer Goods of all descriptions at
W II O L E S A L E and RETAIL!
As cheap as they can be purchased in
the Eastern Cities.
Onr stock cf
GENERAL DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
RAG, INGRAIN, k BRUSSELS CARPETS,
MATTING, PAPER HANGINGS,
BOOTS iso SHOES, HATS jnd CAPS,
QUEEN SWA RE, YELLOW YARS,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE,
IRON, NAILS, FEED, SALT, 4c,
Is the largest ever brought Into Joanetown.
By buying onr Gocds in large quantities, and
0:1 the best terms, we are enabled to sell
it prices much louver than are vfT-.-r-ed
elsewhere in Johnstown. V. e
particularly invite the at
To our facilities for supplying them promptly
vrith every article ia demand Ly their
customers, and at satisfactory fig
ures. Competent clerks always
in waiting to shov Goods.
A specialty ef our business is the
DA IL Y ME A T MA RKL T AND TH E I rEG
ETA BLE DEPAR TMENT,
At which citizens can procure all kinds of
Fresh Meat and Vegetables in eeasoa.
Oa the second and third floor?, bu tvith
convenient entrances on the first floor from
Washington street, are two capacious
TAILOR and SHOE SHOPS,
Where fine and coarse Boots and Shoes, and
all kinds of Gentlemen's Wearing Ap
parel are made to order, promptly,
and in fashionable style.
A fall line of Cloths, Cassimers, Cas-
tinets, &c, const-intiy on li md. In the Shoe
Department are kept for sale Shoe Findings
of all kinds, and a. prime assortment of Up
per and Sole Le ither. ?ep3
Advertise iu Th A:!:yh.:.-iut.
.Vain tt.; JOHNSTOWN, PA.,
A. Eovr & Co., Prcprietoit.
This commodious house has been com
pletely refitted and elegantly farnifbed, and
Is now cpen for tlie reception of guests. It
oETera superior accommodations to every oth
er hcr.se in town. The table will be tnp
plied with the best the market affords, and
the bar with the choicest liquors and w ines.
By constant and careful attention, they ex
pect to merit and receive a Ehare of public
patronage. Lug 13
i RANT HOUSE,
OT hemlock. rA.,
Jons Wilkin, Proprietor.
This house has been reStted, and offers
superior accommodations to any other house
in town. The proprietor, after long experi
ence in the business, feels confident he under
stands the wants of the public. His table
will be supplied with all the delicacies of the
season. By constant attention, he expects
to merit a liberal share of public patronage.
August 13, 1C8.
) EBENSBURG, PA.,
Jerome A. Pi.ott, Proprietor,
No pains will be spared to render this hotel
worthy of a continuation of the patronage
it has heretofore received. Tl e table will
always be furnished with the besi. the market
affords; the bar r.iih the best of liquors.
The stable is large, and w ill be attended by
an attentive hostler. ug 13-
J EBENSBURG, FA.,
Isaac Crawfoho, 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 the State, and Sta
bling of the very bust. riUS I3
! Cor.. Clinton k LorcsT sts.,
Wm. Linton, 'rrprietor.
This well Ino?rn house has been complete
ly rcfittrd and refurnished, and is new pre
pared for the reception of guests at reasona
"ft TOUNTAIN HOUSE,
11X EBENSBURG, PA.
R. P. Linton i Co., Proprietor.
The Table is always supplied with the
choice?t delicacies. The Bak is swppiitu with
choic e liquors r and the Stahle attended by
careful hostlers. Bo irder taken by the "s eek,
iuOPb or yar. aug 13
LAUREL RUN EXCHANGE,
HEMLOCK, CAMBRIA CO., PA.,
Ricfauu Dktlino, P-rprlftor.
This popular stand has larely been refitted
throughout, and it3 doors are nor cpen for
the reception of the tired, hungry or thirsty
public. an? 13
HEMLOCK, CAMBRIA CO., PA.,
Otto Heli.y, Proprietor.
Th:3 hotel is situated immediately along
side the Railroad Depot, and is the most con
venient stopping place ia loxn for travelers.
August 13, 1S08.
AM 13 EI A II O US E,
Henrt Fostkk, I'-nprietcr.
The fir?t class position among first class
Ilr.tds will be maintained in the iuturc, as
:;i tLe pa.-t, by the .-vrci.de. -'-ng 13-
r viu' t- rn
XL'. VrilOLESALE GROCERS,
Ar-1 Ci,:r.rahsion XitrchaniZy
No. 522 Liarket t., between Fifth and Sixth,
We have constant
!y on hnr.d a general as-
.nrtmr-nt of all kinds of fish, in large anu
srniil packages, which we will sell low for
Cash or short credit. Also, Duncauuon Nails
and Spikes of all sizes, constantly on hand
and for cale at Manufacturer's prices. au!3
rp C. JENKIN S ,
JL COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Wholesale Dealer and Receiver of
FLOUR, AND ALL KIXOS of PRODUCE,
Aho : REFINED OILS,
Checkered Front, 273 Liberty sr.,
PiTTSEI Ku, Ta.
Jpg Prices Current and Marking Plates
sent to shippers. augl3
7 ENSON, CAMPBELL & Co ,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 507 Market St., Ph:lim:lphia.
2?" liefer by permission to A. A. Barker,
T) ARNES, OSTEIUIOUT, HEREON
X) k Co.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers ia
No. 503 Market St., above Fifth St.,
CALDWELL & FRY,
y Whole sale Dea ten tn
400 Market street, Philadelphia.
I. C. CALDWELL,
VM. W. FRY.
JAS. W. IIIUDLK,
JNO C. SHERBORNE.
J. ri'TKET SMITH,
V. . CALA JN MOOaE.
RIDDLE, SHERBORNE & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN k DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
438 Market St., below oth, and 433 Merchant
Etreet, augl3 PHIL ADA.
JAC03 K. .eMITH. J. R. SLLTZLK.
MITH &. SELTZER,
Importers and Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE,
GUNS, CUTLERY, &c.
No. 100 N. Third St., above Callowhill,
EN. P. THOMPSON, with
A. OPPENHEIMER k CO.,
MonufaclurTS and Joboers cf
HATS, CAPS, FURS, and STRAW GOODS,
No. oil Market street,
TATTONAL SOAR AND CANDLE
IIENR V SCIINA EL E,
Wholesale dealer in Soap, Candles, Groce
ries. Lioness and Fish, at cit pric.
I aurl2 M un sr., JOHNSTOT.'N, PA.
HOLES ALE 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 SAUCE TANS,
FRENCH AND ENGLISH HEAVY WARE,
Made without seam out cf 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 !
1 am sole agent ia thi place for the
HEATING AND COOKING STOVES.
Odd Plates for repairs constantly on hand,
as well as other rake of Stoves, which will
be sold at prices to p'eas-j.
GRATES and GRATE FRONTS,
of all sizps, with
CAST IRON FENDERS,
i-urnisneu ri .Mar.uiacturers itetaii Trices.
I would call particular attention to ray
stock and price? of
Consisting in pin of all varieties of
BURNERS, CHIN I N E Y S ,
WICKS, OIL CANS,
Which I am retailing at 'Wholesale Price.
SUGAR KETTLES, CAULDRONS, STOVE
POTS, &c ,
All sizts, constantly on hand at reduced
Special attention given to
In Tin, Copper, or Sheet Iron, at lowest pos
MERCHANTS' WHOLESALE LIST
Now ready and will be tent on application bv
mail or in person.
Hoping to see all my old customers
and many new ones I his Spring, 1 return rnv
most iinceie thur.ks Jur 11. e very liberal pat- j
rotiagc I have already receive.!, a:.l will en- :
deavor to please nil who uav culi, wiitil.tr i
t.hey buy or noi. Call on or address
FRANK W. II a Y.
E M. M O N & M U 11 11
11 11 A Y ,
ED ENS E I
r' DRUG i DO
Lkmmox ii jIujcat, dealers ia
j Blank Books.
I Prayer Books, Bibles
! II istories,
N ote anu i; l.t I 1 :-t, 1 :pc?, ioi .ifco,
Pens, Pencils, iigars. an I Sun 2
Penknives, !Pure Liquors for
Ebeniburg. August l!0. lfJ3-3:n.
GENTS WANTED FOR MEN OF
our country, make its laws, have fought it?
battles, charmed us with their eloquence,
founded our colleges, control our railroad?,
manufactories, and our llunnce? ::e attrac
tive volume, full of vivid interest, life-like
illustrations and charicteris tt rie anecdote.
'Jo') well-tided pages 4- tine steel portraits.
and the lives of over j0 men. Price low to
suit the tiiaes. The cheapest as well as the
most interesting b 00k published within live
years. Sales immense. Every body wants
to know the life history of these men.
Send for Circular to" ZEIGLER, McCl'R
DV & CO., Phil a., Pa., Cin , O., or St.
Louis, Mo. La'Jt- 27-Cm.
EES J. LLOYl
Successor R. S. Dunn,
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS. AND DYE-STUFFS, PERFUME
RY AND FANCY ARTICLES, PURE
WINES AND BRANDIES FOR MEDI
CAL PURPOSES, PATENT MEDICINES, 4c.
Letter, Cap, and Note Paper?,
Peas, Pencils, Superior Ink,
And other articles ket
by Druggi?;s generally.
Physicians' prescriptions c trffulbj c-. -pounlcJ.
Office on Main Street, opposite the Moun
tain House, Ebensburg, Pa. faug!3
y A TEST ARRIVAL!
a J The subscriber h.-.s jut received, at
his store, on High street, Ebensburg, a large
and salable stock of
Flour, Bacon, Sugars,
Molasse?, Tea, Colfee,
Table Salt, Earrel Salt, Spes,
Cheese, Tobacco, Cigars,
and everything in the
Grocery, Notion at,d Cvtiftctiorifn I int.
Also, Boots, and Shoes, Carbon and Lubri
cating Oils, kc, kc.
EQ All which will be sold verv chea) for
cash. TauclCl G. G. OWENS.
Vr F. ALTFATHER,
1 T Miuvfjc'vrtr of an-2
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
HAVANA and DOMESTIC CIGARS, PLUG.
FINE CUT CHEWING and SMOKING
TOBACCO, SNUFF, FIFES, SNUFF
BOXES, and CIGAR CASES,
1At the tijn f the Indian, . M;iia St.,
Sept. 3, lfct'S. Johnstown, Pa.
I3RAIIAM ELAINE, Uarlcr
Shaving, Shampooing, and Hair-dressing
done in the most artistic Ftyle.
Jj"- Saloon directly otM.osite the "Monn-
"THE ALLEGH AfTlAN
ILL be published every Thursday k, f
the following rate vtT. I
Per ennum, payable in advance.. 0
If not paid in advance ' '" '"' ;
A failure to notify a discontir.uar.cff a i
pTnirqtinn rt f tho fprm crV....:v..i r
considered a new eLgagcment.
RATES OF ADVEBTISIXK.
Transient advertising, pr sq.. one in.
Each subsequent insertion
Auditor's Notices, enrh " '
Administrators' and Executors' Notice. "-(.
3 mo. 0 m nr.
1 square, 12 lines $2.50 $4.("j
2 squares, 24 lines.... .rj.00 8.00
3 squares, 30 lines.... 7.00 10.CO
Quarter column I. 50 14 00
Th ird column 11. 00 IC.oO
Half column 14.00 25.0 )
Column 25.00 3-i.Cj
1 ; .,
Prolessional or Business Cards,
exceeding 8 lines, with paper
iQT Advertisements not marked
number of insertions desired, will be :
ued till forbidden, and charged iccr .
t!:e above terms.
AH kinds of Job Work will :,5 j
on reasonable terms.
JOOK WELL TO VOUR J'EET t
BOOT AND SHOE Ju'A .V f r r r v-
The s;iberlbcr, havicj di-;irn:-f I wifj ,,
sale of Eastern-ni de work as a ei.ccbdTv
his e?tabli,Liuci.-:. i ueteruiined" t. : -. . ',' f
himselt with renewed energy to tLo
faeture of " "
BOOTS AN I) S II o E S :
lie has in his employ a corps of c-(j!;;i.c;
v.-.jikmtn. and asserts that he c:
out a belter Root or Shoe than
similar titliiht:ier.t i:i Cn.M-ia . -ty.
Giro him a iri.il j.r..l t. ,.f .'.'.:',' .
Pariieuhir atter.t;-..:! r..i: I to . . lt i
r.f.,et'jre of ' ' I
PINE FRENCH C ' I F ' - ' i
uouii v, c..-.;. r : ;t-rate j
LM::ir;..'.te...J ;r, :iM
.1 a.! c.
Hoots :-.n 1,1.0 re;..tir?J
tiir feho:. or. Hi-h-Et., 0:1
GIVE ME A CALL
QADDLERY AND II A
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ban i and is htRi uu u fa ...-:. .. .
i:i his iiiie, such 4xs
FINE SINGLE AND DOUBLE II;:
DRAFT II A ILVESS.
BLIND tRIDI.ES. RIDING RRH
HALTERS. WHIPS, BiH.l fll?. rs
J 1 . 3 work : i. . tt :i r t . 1 . s r. 1 1 r
rienced in tht- br.-'.r. be ,-,r.!
ct leather. TLsr.kluI 1
hypes hy attention to t
continuance of the patroi-.az. hr
liberally extended to him.
Slop above the
i';b.-tan'i.i! Ilarue-is f.-,:; ! e u-i-om
All i f-rn? indebted to
f,Ucc-ird to call alii", ll'.t as uUV.
s? I n , el --y.
acgi:-;j Ul'Cn A
1. . .
1 T RICES R !: ! I C E I .'
-i-. JOHNSTOWN M.W.BLE WOilMS.
The BuVreii-vr Las init rcctUti
an .1 nunasorje mvoiv
ITALIAN AND AMF.RICAN
COlilJ.flsi'ig tj- J.rirr-t tsn i .';;.-.r
kind eur' L.ror.i-ht to .Juhustuwr .
tabEsh.ri..-r.t. 0:1 Frai.klia Steett. :.t-ri- b ;
prepared, with an ade-i'i'te force f t;.:. -enced
-uid skillful workn:tn, to ti;!'.
kind- of MONUMENTS. 1 M I'STi 'N i" . i A -
i:r.n Tcrs. bursa u 'iors. man'I ei.
I as c;:.t:;P U:C.' CiUi ' e '-
j A bVrge nock of GRINDSTONES e-a
and fur tale low.
of 10 v manufae tare
sel at the Hardware Str
of Mr. Gfv
Huntley, in Ebensburg.
Iii?" Prompt attention paid to or:?:? .r
a distance, and work ddivrrd i tr
red. augl3 JOHN PAbK.'.
ORETTO MA RULE
The un dersicned l egs
the cit'.zei.s of ta::ibria and .sj. ':.::.
ties that be has j.ist receirt-d u 5
finest Italian and other M bibles ;.: :
liihntent, in Loretto. C:::brhi e. nt.-.
Mviiuuifriiis, Tr,J . (i.'j: i Si"U--. 1
Bureau t'pt, nsanufactu? ed ot tiiv .'
tiful and finest quality of Foreign
tic inaible, always on hand and --: :
as cheap as they can be pure La - i--; ::
in a neat and workmanlike ma:. .:f r. 1
the shortest notice.
The public are rc-spectfuHy i:.:.:. : '
me a call before purchasing " - v '
am confident tnat my work sua ;,
1 r.ti:.-'v arv person ucsinrg hiiviu,: .
line of business.
Now is the time to set a chesjt U.'r '
augl3 JAML V;f KiN
3ATRONIZE l'O't'U OWN
THE PROTECTION MlH M-
INSURANCE COMPANY f.f CAM.; i.I.veij
LOCATED AT ti;ENSlU:r.'i. ;
The above named Company.
April Ctii. ISoT, will eiTccl i.,s:.r..: -:i
careful in the risks taken, this if.-:
ser.ts a reliable and cheap lr.ediu:.;. t-r
which persons may secure tlcEjch" -pr
jbable losses by lire.
OSice on Centre Street, cetilv c;
the 'Mountain Iloase."
J e?HN W1LLIAM3;
R J. Llovo, Scc'y. i Treas.
A criis :
F.YAN ROBERTS, Johnson
JNO. E. ROBERTS. F.ber.lu
Ebensburg, Aug. K', li'05.
7 ALUALE FARM FOll
The subscriber offers at P
bis FARM, situate iu Chest t, .v:..
bria county, four miles from Carro---
,;ti,5 " fr.-n PI r-c? Si-vrin s. 1 '-
consists of Sixty-Five Acres, o. :
acres are cleared and in a g-od stte '
tivation. The balance ct the l .'1 ;
timbered with marketable lumber. 1;.
a comfortable Frame House and a
. Li V J . .
Orchard of choice fruit trees,
also a never-failing spring of p.
other conveniences on the Iain.
v. :. ' '
erty will be sold on fair tein. " -. :
putable title will be given. I or v !
licuHrs apply to N". D. i - ,
Job Work of