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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18 :?CI.
We arc requested to announce
that a cancus meeting of tho Republicans
of Ebensburg will be hoU in tho Court
House this (Thursday) evening, at 7 o'clock,
to place, in. nomination a ticket to. be sup
portoVTaC the" local election to-morrow.
ThQ Sew Amendment.
It is now' certain that an amenJmeiit
the fcftoentli in number, to the , National
Constitution, will be proposed to the vari
ous States of the Union. If adopted by
the requisite number of States, it will for
ever secure tho complete political equality
of all men before the law. , Under it.
throughout the Union, every native-bora
and every naturalized citizen, without dis
tinction of race or color, will be entitled
to vote. Is this a wise caange ? Is it tho
mere spirit of innovation, or the result of
wise statesmanship ? : Admitting the end
attained to be good, is it a matter of con
gratulation that the result has been secured
through the action of the nation at large,
rather than through the action of the
S tates? For our part , we answer all these
questions in the affirmative.
We know-the wisdom of this amend
ment is challenged, just as the wisdom cf
the fourteenth amendment was challenged
As to the propriety of this change, so far
as its own intrinsic merits are concerned,
we have just this to say : Because" all
government is founded on the consent of
those governed, it is proper and right that
every citizen under any government should
have a voice in its affaire. With us, the
only legal method by which the citizen can
give force to his will is by the right to vote.
If deprived of that right, or. if jt is with
held from him , he must either be silent
i .... 1 . . . - .
Buffering whatever is imposed upon him,
or give effect to his will by mere physical
force. He may. urge, persuade, and rea
son, so long as his fellow-creatures, clothed
with a right to vote, choose to hear him or
allow him that privilege. But for the ul
timate defence of his .rights, or mainten
ance .of his interests, he has no other re
liance, so far as the law is concerned, than
mere physical, force. If all the people o
a .country enjoy their rights at the mercy
of one man. as in ,an absolute monarchy
there is less danger of tyrannical laws than
if one portion 'enjoy their rights by the
grace, pf G od alone, and another at the op
tion of their fellow jnaD. It ; is not possi
blc that any portion of people should lack
fending their rights and interests without
becoming the victims of injustice and op
prssion. Nor-is it half so dangerous to a
free country that one portion of tho people
should be oppressed, as that another larger,
more powerful, and influential portion of
the people should become the oppressors.
No man can oppress another without hav
ing his owit sense of right and justice
blunted. More ' than this, he who has
learned to oppress one man has just made
himself ready to . tread upony another.-
There never was, there .never can be, an
instance in which a person who'had learn
ed bo oppress others .was .willing to stop
half way in his practices.-; Ho" would cith
er, go forward to the utmost ; limit, or go
back to the exactest justice. Not one in
tea thousand ever voluntarily takes the
back track'. r Had suffrage not been given,
to" the blacks we would have' had ah'aris
tocracy of class, of the phariseeism, "I am
holier than thou,'? in the place, of . the ar
istocracy of slavery. -..t .1 -
Bat what of the accomplishment of this
end through the actiou of the National
CVnoro.Ks ? We freelv admit thai, the
Republican party has changed the charac
ter of the National constitution and gov
ernment in no small degree. It first made
those agencies the. means of guaranteeing
to every man equal civil rights, and now.
through the same agencies,' it seeks to
guarantee to. all men equal political rights.
Previous to the accession of the Republican
party to. power, personal liberty, personal
security, 'and the .right of private property
were secured or. denied to every person by.
caeh State at its own -direction.!; It lis not
now in the owct of a'Statc to denynhy
man of thene great rights. When the
proposed' cnange' is r adopted It- will' be
equail'out'of ih power of a' State to de
prive any citizen of tho right? to. vote on
account' of his rolor'or rr?coj Ench .State
may establish for itself what rule of gftf-iVno-f,
it sees fit. nrcS'idc'd it dries not make
raw. -or color u uisir.uauucaii'.'M m
amendment merely juts all citizens otj an
cuV.lit ;vliativev : ru!o: . applies. ," to. oiie,
must apply to alU- :(,- . -- . 1
Pit rick Henry, and others opjxwtl tbe
julpfioii' ol' 6ur-fNrittioTKil 'Ct.titution le-
caufctf it 1 JchtwliJMfJ:' p,o'c;; a'ud would, bc-
come claticrou. to, uucri. , mq iwkcu
urjoa tliii States vh the lsis loHriilaiif.of
t!- perpleVafetr'imd rights.. Tct this
very flwiVitic M'Slalc rights has been the
fchelter.Mho. iotet-'uiothcr. of CV.lhuuu
llTR,.:iii.-n l. hvcrv. ot C'.'C-i' n- iiiiu.
of the aristocracy of - caste, of . race, and
color of the skin. Contrary to the expec
tations of Henry and nearly all others, the
National governncent has been the friend
of liberty, the doctrine of State rights, its
worst and most subtile foe. .-:
The Hiew Cabinet
We arc happy to announce to our read-
ers that the Cabinet question is settled,
definitely settled that on March 4th,
hortly after his' inauguration, General
Grant will send to the waiting Senate. the
name3 of tho persons whom he has chosen
to b2 his official and constitutional advi-
Until that time, wc can all rest in
peace, w e navo bis own word, given to
Senator Idorton and Representative Pruyn,
the committee appointed by the Senate
and House to wait on him with tho official
notice of his election, that he will not rnaic
known his selection of Cabinet officers un
til he shall transmit their names to the
Senate for confirmation. This action is
characteristic of the man, an d.its wisdom
On being notified of his election, he as-.
sured the committee of his determination
faithfully to carry out the obligations of
his office, and spoke very emphatically of
the need of an honest and faithful execu
tion of the revenue laws. He also decla
red his intention of selecting a Cabinet of
men who would uphold economy, retrench'
ment, and honesty. Senator Mprton as
sured him the support of many people not
acting with the Republican party, and
Representative Pruyn pledged the support
of his party frienda to carry out the prin
ciplea he had mentioned. There ara very
few men who do not look with gladness
for the change from Johnson to Grant,
now only two weeks distant.
The Supreme Court Decision.
In the appeal of the State of Oregon to
the Supreme Court of the United States,
it has been decided that a State has a
right to levy and collect her domestic tax
es in gold if she sees fit to do so. We be
lieve the ground of this - decision is that
greenbacks are legal tender only for debts,
and a tax is not a debt in the ordinary
acceptation of the word. The decision is
assailed in some quarters as - a stroke in
favor of State rights. We do not so re-
card it. We cannot rank ourselves With
those who wish the centralization of al
power in the National government, and
the consequent reduction of the States to
something like a big county. When T the
personal, civil, and political rights, of the
vinAcir iity an jruaranteea dv me.auonai
government, centralization ought to stop
An important result of this decision is
thus noticed by the New York Post :
"The most curious and sweeping result is
to destroy utterly tbe Pendleton doctrine of
payment of the five-twenty bonds in. green
backs. These bonds are redeemable at the
pleasure of the United States after five years,
but payable only at the expiration- of twenty
years "from their date. They become a debt
only after twenty years ; and since greenbacks
are decided to be legal, tenders only for that
which is strictly a debt, and not for other ob
ligations, they are not a legal tender from
the United States for the payment of any ob
ligation which, is only redeemable and not
payable ; such as the live-twenty bondsl"7
Grant and Colfax.
The joint committee, composed of Sena
tor Morton and Representatives James F.
Wilson and J.-'V. L. Pruyn, of New York,
appointed by Congress to officially, inform
Geueral Grant of his election as President
of the United States,, waited on him on
the 13th ins6. at hi headquarters, and
discharged the duty assigned them.. The
ceremony took place in the .General's pri
vate qUice. About' two dozen gentlemen
were present, among whom wero ncarlyall
the members of tho General's staff, Rep
resentative Robertson, General Loganyaud
one or two personal friends.; The whols
ffair uid not occupy more than twenty
-WttjUfC!. After the usual courtesies, Sen
ator JMorica; oo' hehalt of the committee,
said : . ' . . r '
. "General: The joint" committee ap
pointed by the two Housed of Congress
ht you this morning to 'notify you -Officially
that you have been 'elected Presi
dent of the United States for 'the it arm of
fciir years from the ,4th. of March-uex,t
The great-majority of your countrymen
hail your election with delight, while even
those who, did pot support, ypu at the poll
entt-italn fjr you the highest confidence
and respect, f.ilhe friends of our ccuatry.
and the friends of iib?rtv throughout the
world,' rrjQtCc at your elevation to the Pres
idency',' andiall believe that you will bring
to the pj;rfofDancc.of your duty, unalloy
ed patriotism, inflexible integrity, great
power s'of "Intellect," and all 'thVblgliI-'
ities -'tLai enabled jyou tov- achieve such
distinguished success in another sphere of
duty. vThey cherish full faith in your
ability oud yirtues, eutertairi tho . highest J
hopes ; ot 'your! success, - and that during
yifur administration the fork of recoc
ttructica7' will bo : completed, c and the
Wounds of civil war healed, and that our;
country . will . take', a new . departure' in.
growth; progress and prosperity."; ..u :
: Senator JMortou then handed the oScial
DOtifieution ! io Geueral Grant;f of which
r he following is. a cop'yi.: i: ; : :' .
"Be IT kn6VN, 2 hat the . Senate and
It chiC t i jLipreseiiiauvcs or inc ommcu
Xiuof AiiiXM:-bKn assemUed at thd1
Gatiiol in the city of Washincton, on the
hccond" Wednesday,' being the 10th day of
February, in the year of our biord eight-
een hundred and fixty-nine, the under-!
written President of the Senate, did, in the
preseuce of said Senate mid House of Rep
resentatives, open all-the certificates :and
count alt the votes of the Electors for a
President and Vice President, by -whichi it
appears that Ulysses 8.. Grant warduly
elected-agreeably to the Constitution,
President or the.. United States for
our years, commencing ou the fourth day
of March, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine.
"In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed' the seal of , the
Senate, this 10th day of rettuary, eight
een hundred nd sixty-nine. B." P. Wade
"President pro tern: of the 'Senate), f
General Grant, ou receiving this certifi
cate, made the following response, Bpeak
iug very deliberately and with evident em
barrassment: 'I can premise the Com
mittee that it will be my endeavor to call
around mo as assistants suoh men-only as
I think will carry out the principles whieh
you have said the country desires to. be
successful economy, retrenchment, faith
ful collections of the revenue and pay
ment of the public uebt.-a;If "1 should
fail in my first choice, I; shall not at ariy
time hesitate to make a second, or even a
third trial,, with the concurrence of the
Senate, who have the confirming power.
x should just as soon remove one of my
own appointees as tho appointees of my
predecessor : it would make no dinefeCce.
There is one matter that. I might possibly
speak of hereand that is the selection of
a cabinet. - I have always felt that it would
be rather indelicate to announce or even
to consul; with the '.gentlemen whom" I
thought of inviting to. positionain my Cab
inet before the official declaration of the
result of the election was made, although
I presumed that there was no doubt about
what the declaration would be. But af
ter consideration I have come to the con
clusion that there is not a man in the
country who could be invited to a place
in the Cabinet, without the friends, of
some other gentlemen making an effort to
secure the position; not that there would
be any objections to the party named, but
that there would be others whom they had
set iheir heart? upon having in the place.
I can tell that from the great number of
requests which come tome in writing and
otherwise for this particular person or
that one, from different sets and 'delega
tions. If announced in advance, efforts
would ba made to change "my . determina
tion, and therefore I hava come to .the
conclusion cot to announce "whom I am
going to invite to sats in the Cabinet un
til I send in their names to the Senate" for
confirmation. If I say anything to them
about it, it wiil certainly not be more than
two or three days previous to sending in
their names. I thiuk it well lo make a
public declaration of this to the'eommit
tee, so that my intention may be known."
: At the conclusion of Gen;; Grant's: re
marks Mr. Pruyn said r '.
"General : In the great principles which
you have"marked out for the conduct of
your administration, you will have ' the
practical support of those with whom I aja.
uauilalcd, tn A(t With VOU." "
Gen. Grant made no "response to this,
beyond bowing his thanks. ..The commit
teo and nioit of the gentlemen, present
then shook hands with him and retired.
They afterwards waited upon Mr. Col
fax at the Capitol, and were received in
the Speaker's room. A similar notifica
tion was handed to him by Mr. Wilson,
when he handed to the committee his .re
sponse in writing, as follows : "Gentle
men : Please oouvey to the two House? of
Congress , my acceptance of the office to
which I ha7e been elected by the people of
the United States, and assure them that I
shall endeavor to prove' worthy of this
mark, of confidence by fidelity to principle
andduty.'? ... ' ;''.'. V8
JL All persons indebted to tho firm of E.
& II. -NUTTEK, by cither note or book ac
count, aie requested to call on the firm and
settle their respective accounts on or before
the first of April next,1 as after that time the
firm will be changed. All persons interested
will save trouble and costs by complying,' as
all old bil!3' will and mast be collected after
that date by due process. of law.' ''' -v-:
.'. E. & H. XUTTEK.
Chest Springs, Feb. 4, 18C9-3U ' "
Came to the residence of David --A-
Skelley, in Summerhill tp., on the 5th of
December last, a stray STEER, having black
and white spots, ar.d both cars slit; supposed
to be'one yehr and ' Jalf old. ; The owner- is
requested to come forward, prove property,
pay charges and take her away, otherwise
she will be disposed of according to law.
Feb. ll-3t. - u DAVID A. SKELLY.
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jj The partnership heretefore existing
betwen the undersigned, under, the firm ot
12. HUGHES & CO.is this day dissolved by
inotnaV consent. : All debts due to or by.the
firm are to be settled by THOMAS7J..LLOYD;
who continues the Lumber businesaf .at the
old Stand. " ." E .' H U G H ES
- THOS. J. LLOYDS
s Ebeusburg, August 24, 168, ; ; ; 'y
: The undersignUl?ci0ti?O and,-
celling Lumber. ,;ine mguesi maritei prkCf
will be.raidj; ..cash, ffor all kinds of good
Lvniber.- I'-articular attention paid to filling
THOS. J. LLOYD.
RICKS GOING DOWN!
AT THK I
EtSEXSB URG ? JIARD WARE $ 1I(XUSE
T y ruRXisiriya store., . ;.
I once more .return roy sincere'thanks to
.... - . . ,1. -. in.
my oin mends and customers ior meir iiu
"eral patronage extended towards me, and
now, owing- to -the great fall'in priees, by
whicu,many articles can be sold as cneap as
before the warand having a thorough knowl
edge of the business and the wants of the
nublie. I ke pleasure In announcing that -I
can and trill sell goods' at a less figure than
any similar esvauuuuicut iu tnj vt tuuuw; .
My stock Avill consist in' part as followa t ".
POOR and CUPBOARD: LOCKS, CATCHES,'
c-' BOLTS HINGES, SCREWS,
WINDOW SPRINGS, SHUTTER HINGES,
I WINDOW GLASS, N AILS,1 PUTTY, '
30RING MACHINES, AUGERS, CHISELS,
"BRACES and BITS,' HATCHETS -SQUARES,
COMPASSES, TRY. SQUARES,
j . 1-2 BEVELS, POCKET RULES,
JACK SMOOTHING, "akd FOR PLANES,
PANEL PLOWS, LEVELS',
SASH, RAISING, A5D MATCH PLANES,
. .. . SAW SETS, BENCH SCREWS,
CROSS-CUT, TAXEL, RIP, COMPASS, and
x BACK SAWS,
GAUGES, OIL STONES, SCREW DRIVERS
PLOWS, POINTS, SHOVELS,
FORKS, SCYTHES and SNATHES, RAKES
nOES, SPADES, SHEEP SHEARS,
IIORSEBPUSHES, CARDS, CURRY COMBS,
.. ; , - BELLS, II AMES, WHIPS,
BUT, TRACE, BREAST, IIALTER , FITn,
TONGUE, akd LOG CHAINS,
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, asb
. : . PISTOLS, CARTRIDGES,
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, LEAD, P0UCHE3,
! POWDER FLASKS, GAME BAGS,
jGUX LOCKS, MAINSPRINGS, PIVOTS, &c-
- LAMPS and OILS,
COOKING" PARLOR, 4 HEATING STOVES
TIN and SHEET IRON WARE,
WASHING ; MACHINES, and WRINGERS,
, &c, Ac, Ac, &c, &c., Ac.
Also FLOUR, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, Ac.
TOBACCO akd CIGARS.
Odd Stove Plates. Grates, and Fire Brick
always on hand to suit Stoves sold by me.
Well and Cittern rtimve and Txbina at man
ufacturers', prices. -.
Spouting made, painted, and put up. at low
J6 Persona owing me debts of long stan
ding will confer a favor by calling" and payiDg
up as soon as convenient, as it takes a great
deal of money to keep up my stock and pay
expenses, and owing to the small profits that
1 am making on goods I cannot afford togiTe
long credit the interest would soon eat up
the profits. v r , GEO. HUNTLEY.
Ebensburg, Aug. ,13, 2868. .",."..
-T, S.. B A HiC EIt, :
; f " ' Dealer in
-CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
i BOOTS and SHOES,- -
HATS, CAPS, Ac
High-st ." -Ebensburg,- Pa.
lAriiNKU lliUlT.: of all kinds at
J V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
TABGE STOCK -' OF SUxMM.ER
JLi Goods at reduced prices at .V. S. B
-VfKW STOCK of CLOTHING VERZ
' chsep at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburgi
T?KUIT CANS NEW STYLE at V.
fc H. BAUKEES, Ebepsbnrg; Pa. ,i .
- l"' .- , : , . ..
T)00T3 AND SHOES CHEAP' AT
JLJ . S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Ta.
W'ALL PAPERS-ALL STYLES
at.Y. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburgr Pa.
.1 ! l.'.i
NEW STOCK OF SUGARS FOR
canning fruit at V. S. BARKER'S.
HIGHEST 'PRICES ,. PAID ' FOR
Butter,-Eggs, Wool, and all Country
Produce at,V S. .BARKER'S, Ebeusburg, !
LILY . WHITE LEAD-LTNSEED
Oil, Warranted pure, at V. S. Barker's.
Ehensburg, Pa. '
- - i-r.i-.'vj
AILS ALL SIXES, CHEAPEST
in town, at V. S. Barker's, Eben6burg.
V S. BARKER,
" Manvfacturer.cf - "' '
: BARRELS, .' KE)S, - TUBS,
" MEAT-STANDS, CHURNS, Ac,
TWELFTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
: - or ths ' -PROTECTION
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
. CIPA!?r OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.
Ami. property insured- as per
Ilth annual report...,,... ...$447,210 77
A nit. of property insured., since
1 Ith annual report,.;....., 103,477 G6
Deduct amt. expired and cancel-. .
ed since last report. ..." 66,031 90
Amt. of prem'iom notes in force
as per 11th annual report S 43,419 07
Amt. of notes" taken since' the -
lltb annual report.......;..... 18,984 33
Deduct am t. notes expired and
; canceled since Hth an. report
No. policies in force as per lltb.
annual - report..
No. policies issued since last re-
Deduct amt. expired and canceled
since ltat report.....
Bal. in hands of Treasurer and
agents at last settlement...... .$ 919 23
Per cent, on premiuus collected
s.nce last settlement 6G6 29
Compensation to oRcers$2 76 00
Exonerations and com
missions 232 11
Incidental expenses 93 19
Losses . 9 00
Bal. in hands of Trea3. and agi3.
JOHN WILLIAMS, President.
K. J. LixTD, Secretary. fe4-3t
L. O A T M A N
CnOICE FAMILY GROCERIES I
consisting in part of .v
DQUBLE EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR,
GRAIN, FEED; BACON, SALT. FISH,
DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES,
ALL KINDS OF CANNED FRUITS ! !
SYRUPS ! .
Also.a.large slock 6f.the best brands of
CIG ARS AND TOBACCO !
Store on High-st., three doors east of
Crawford'3 Hotel. feb. 4.
L. LANGSTROTirS PATENT
MOVABLE COM B BEE HIVE!
Pronounced the best ever yet introduced
in this county or State. Any persoa buying
a family right can have their Bees transferr
ed from an old box to a new one. In every
instance in which this has been done the re
sult has been entirely satisfactory, and the
first take -of honey has invariably paid all ex
penses, and frequently exceeded them. - Proof
of the superior merits of tbi3. invention, will
be found in the testimony of every man who
I has giveii.it a""trial, -and among, the number
are tbe gentlemen ; namea oeiow, and their
experience should induce every one interested
in Bees to - . . , - ...
BOY A FA MILY RIG HT ! , -;
nenry C. Kirkpatrick, of Carroll township,
took 106 pounds of surplus, honey from two
hives, which he sold at 35 cents per pound.'
i ASarh Deitrich, cf Carroll township, took.
from two hives 100 pounds of surplus honey.'
: ' James Kirkpatrick, 01 Chest township, took
60 pounds of surplus honeyfrora one hive.
, Jacob Kirkpatiick, of Chest township, ob
tained 72 pounds of surplus honey from one'
hive, worth not less than S21, and the right
cbst him only 55. I" '
Peter Campbell from one hive obtained ;36
pounds of surplus honey at one time.
S& Quite a number of similar statements,
authenticated by some of tbe best .citizens of
Cambria county, could to obtained in proof
of th superior merits ol. Langstrotu s Patent
ilovable Comb Bee Hive,.
1 Persons wishing to purchase fiuriifjf rights
suouid can on or address
; ' PETER CAMPBELL,
; Nov. 26, 1868-tf ' Carrolltowp, Pa.v
IIOLESALE AND RETAIL
LIQUOR store: f i
JOHN C ROUSE, Dealer
f: - j in Foreign and Domestic, (-'-o
: "j? WINES AND ;LIQUOR3,llO; Tl
! Johnstoicn.t'PehnaS'- '
BfST BRAKPS OF ':i ' "
BRAND Y, WHISKY, IRISIl frlllSgr.
; G IX AND BITTERS, '-
CATAWBA WINE! AND KIM MEL,
, nhllTh 6 Tery best quality of Liquors
' ' : " Wines for Medical purposes." x '
! 'hotel and -saloon keepers i t
will do well by giving me a call, at my.stor,'
on Cmnal-st., building formerly occupied' bv
T, G. StcwartA Co. jJan. 28, '69.
SELECT SCUOOUf- .. ; ,
7 The undersigned 'will open h select
school" 4a roorn' Ko. 1, Ebensburg Union
echpol-hquse on Monday, ilarch 15, 1869,
Tor , session of two Months. ,
Terms $1,0 jer month' of four, weeks."
. FebH-iL . QEO1. Y. COPE '
Subscribe fot Thk Alleouasias.
-11 QLES ALE and HEtT
r WEST EXU CAMBRIA IIOtp
! EBEHSBURG, PA.
JL U. FALLER, Proprietor.
r Th subscriber desires to call tb Xt v
of the citiz&u of Ebensburg and vidnitT
the trade generally, to his - ,t&
, LARGE -AND EXTENSIVE STOCK OP
1 CONFECTIONERY 1
embracing every variety of candies maafk
: ' STICK CANDIES,
LOZENGES, &c, &C.
tosetber vith- an extensive stock of A-aW
' . sacb a3 l
All of the above goods will be Bold at
GREAT BARGAINS !
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS WILL BE
given to the. trade, and a trial will
ouy ana a,i mat my goods ara of tit
u-sfc (uamy ana at pncci that
The attention of the nublie is raTW
fact that in connection" with nir confectiev
A''.S' T A U It AXT !
where will be served at all bcurs
OYSTERS, stewed or frtcdj
II OT COFFEE
DRIED REEF, &C, tC.
FRESH FISH beceived EVERY THURSDAI
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS
FORE GOING EIEYIIEllB.
. J2 t;n"bpe by fair dealing nd strict ;
tention to business to merit the patrons
of the public.
Jan. 7,- iwa ' A. II. FALLER.
DOBBINS' ELECTRIC BO0I
Makes a lasting shine. Those who blacl
the.r boots on Saturday night with ordihan
blacking, don't have much slivne on SundfH,
as the polish fades off; but the shine of Dob
bins Blacking lasts baturday night sod fl
IT BE A TS ALL O TIIER BLA CKI3 O
made. Manfacturcd only by J. B. DoWia',
at his immense Soap and Blacking Work
Sixth Street and. GeimanLown Avenue, YhO-
adelphia. Pa. ' ' . r -
ftfeS For sale ia Ebenshure by C. T. ROB
ERTS and QEO. HUNTLEY. rn26 ec
T EES J.: LLOYD,
JLV Successor of R. S. Bvmt
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAISTS,
OILS, AND DYE-STUFFS, PERFUMB
' RY AND FANCY ARTICLES, PURE
i WINES AND BRANDIES FOR MEW
CAL PURPOSES,' PATENT MEDICINES, i
- - - - " ; Alo s
Letter. Cap, and Note Pupers--
.. - ; reus, renciis, oupertor inK
,w And other articles kf-nt
' : ' by Druggists generifr
Fhyi'cn, prescriptions carefully compound
Ofuce on Main Street, opposite the Mom
tain House, Ebensburg, Pa. ' aug
E W T A LliO R SHOP!
The subscriber has removed hit T
Shop into KEADE'S . KEW BUILDING,
Center streetj near Colonade- Row, and
spectfully informs fcis old customers cd
the rest of mankind that he, is now prep-
-' to manufacture all kinds of
GENTS AND YOUTHS' WEARIXG'
' , PARED,
in the latest styio of the art, with ntri'
. , ness and dispatch, and at low rates.
. Tersons needing work in jut h'ofl tn
respectfully invited to gire me a calh
: . "' D, J. EYA2S.
:' Ebensburg. Aug.' 13, tf. , ; ...
EW':CIIEAP'CASri ; ."STORE !
' The subscriber -would inform the citixem
of Ebensburg and vicinity that he keeps coa
stantly on- hand ererythiflg in the
5.1 GROCERY-AND CONFECTIONERY
line, such, as Flour, - Tea, Coffee, Sngr,
kinds of .Crackr3, . Cheese, Smokig
Ohew-ing.Tobarco, Cigars, Ac, trnTt
CANNED ,PEACUES. AND TOViTOt'.
j - Also, BUfkskia and. Woolen Gloves,
en Socks, Neck ties, Ac, all ot which wji
sold as. cheap if . not cheaper than else
' A full mssortmrnt o CtndUst
ZZ$ Ice Cream every evening. .
rA V RENE s. .
.. FOR THE L A U N i B
- It is warranted not to streak, or In any
ncr-injure the fineEt fabrics." j,
I For family: pse sbld ia fire cents, tenc -
I and twenty ctntSthoxes. . ! !-B.ft
. Kach twenty cents box, tesiac " '
times' as much blue as the five cents W
tains a pocket pin cushion or emerj '
. For Hotel and large Laundry use, l '
Uplin 00 boxes., ' '
See that each: Box has Pr0PeroT AerU
! For Sale i'n Ebensburg by
l - THFJ'ALLEGHANIAN OjHt -(l
.'.'" ' : . J High St., EBfc""
Bring ou your order-
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