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rnur.cT'Ar, june 21, !Fca.
A Lcsmuii fi Learn.
From all parts of the country come re
j.c,rts of the excellent condition of the
trimmer cro?..s. Already, in many parts
rf the S.-.uth. the harvest has begun.
TYom all present indications, the yield of
vh't in the Middle and Northern States
wiil be beyond anything known fur years.
In :.Jv of th's abundant yield, the priee
of w huut ui.d flour is now lower than it
has boen fur the last ten years, and the
wr.d.-ncy is still downward. This, too, at
a iuie vhon farmers p:iy the same wages
for -labor as they did when wheat :nd flour
'.fua tr.e hundred per cent, higher than at
j-rcscnt. If no untoward event occur, a
jroed crude of flour will soon be selling in
hat-growing sextans of the Middle
Sta.'c-n fur five dollars a barrel. In the
rcat .ti'ms of the West, which rely on
ti'-; ::. !) il'acturing districts of the Ea&tern
f'iates and of Europe for the sale of their
jrculs, tin price must go still lotyer. No
vjrsoi ;n experience will dispute that at
:'ie present priee of 'abor, and in view of
the depreciation of the currency, a Penna.
ur Ohio farmer ii no more than fairly paid
at of - d illar and a half l ' "rs
wlr -- v;en and one-half per barrel
for his flour. At present, he can scarcely
hope for F;ieh prices. An average gener
al crop more than supplies the wants of
the entire country. The only market for
the surplus is in Europe, where it must
come info competition with the products
ot southern Russia, the great wheat pro
ducing section of Euroje, and the greatest
in the world.
XLero is ota thing that delivers the
farmer from this condition of affairs.
'i hat one tiling is the presence cf manu
facturing industry. Were we to-day im
or'ing nothing from Europe that we eul l
s-ucce? Kfully manufacture ourselves, wheat
iiad othr grains would be bringing from
fifteen to forty per cent, more than they
now do. In truth, there would be no ap
y. :iaMe stji-Ius in th country. The
pi cv.hco of a home market for all a f irm
er couij raise would be a constant ..rimu
Ji's h) production. At the same tii:.; , the
:.cn.;sc of manufactures would keep race
' i . i I 1 -h si ..... i A t i i i
A lauy calied recently at the of
fice of the Newport, 1th ode Island, A ties,
aud paid for the .paper to be sect to a
neighbor, who hud troubled her eo much
3 Mum the Ttrn. To Junior.
Z&y. Read new advi rtisemeats. -
fcfir The question will we celebrate b" orrowinj: it that the took this method
t!rt 4th t
We have bud wet weather the past
Cr- There are six prisoners confined in
JKEf New sidewalks are being relaid in
Paper petticoats at sixteen cents
each in London.
lecture in S.
Auca Dickenson is going to
salt Lake City.
of gettii.jr rid of the nuisance
B&-Minister Cartin, who sailed fer
St. Petersburg on Thursday last, is ac-
compaued by Mr. Titian .J. CoSey as
Secretary cf Legation, at.d by Robert
E. Gratz, Esq , as Private Secrt tarv
These two gen tit men compose his suite.
rS?" In Michi-an, last fall, whilst a
farmer was threshing, a pi got acciden
tally covered up in the straw stack, and
ihU spring, seven and a h:.!f month? after,
the pig was found there alive. Oq bcin
T, A K E U'SST A T E S
tS?T Alackerel are selliti" in Rostoo at liberated, it evinced a deposition to eat
cents each. 5r- lt is a eirj;,uIar fact that n0 p
Z5$- Indiana is aid to have a snake idcut of the United Stafcs, up to the pres-
wh.ch is three feet through the body
&r It has been calculated that sixty
persuns per minute die in this world.
JCSr Counterfeits on the Fourth Na
tional Rank of Philadelpia are iu circulation.
eiiT nme, nas bad a child bom i.i the
White House. It is understood, how
ever, that the fact wiil not exist long.
Instead of peace, we are likely to haye
squally limes at the White House.
E!LThe Republicans of Indiana have
nominated the following ticket: Assem-
John L rieming; Auditor, A. J. Ham-1 PaV'- vinv v--"J'i - -f
ih-On. " " I J-'Alverseile Paris, ia.J7, t13
, ' r, - i , , ,r ret superiority over all oth
iJ xu iuhu luiuier wain a uuuaiy oi- n t t inn. Z-
fertd for Trr.l scalps; they have de- y "f "i : I'rohoi.otaryf John
stroved all hi corn. Wr; bhenff llender.on C. Howard;
. itt . , Ireasurer, Noah Lohr; Commissioner,
r Mice Minima W rrnn tr; a m owiaH T i t -: . .
on Thurtday at West Haven, Coun., to
i - 1 T. .Am.
JteT The New Jt rscy railroad is trans- I thirtv-five sum,,fc-' Just obtained a
porting at present, twj hundred and fnrt- .iuletior one hu dred thousand doliars
tons of fctrawberric t against E. S Spraue for breach of prom-
Ihere are one hundred and thirty- ise. Sprayue is a festive r.hi Imv f.t film
one thousand acres of coffee plaMcd in and worth half a million of d. -liars. Hi?
Ceylon. counsel have moved for a new trial.
JterThc Paris Pays says John C. Samuel Thompson, of Granville
Breckcaridge will yet be President of township, Mifflin county, eon of widow
the United Srates. Whitman, was eeriony injured by a
The wheatharvest has comment, wagon loaded with bark running over him
cd in Southern Illinois. The grain is on Tuesday of last week. The accident
J M.J -kit, I I 11 1 ....
ccuireu wane coming down a hill. JI is
hench bone was broken aud his body
495 liroadway, New York,
- 730 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia,
1!5 Market Street, Hurrisburg,
12 Wood iSlreet, Pittsburg,
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE.
Beauty and Elasticity of Stitch.
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
Using buth threads directly from the
No fastening of seams by hand end no
waste of thread.
Wide range of application without change
Tue sen ni retains its beauy and firmness
after washing ana ironing.
P.esides doing all kinds of work done by
ounr sewing maciiints. tnese Machines ex
ecute the most beautiful and permanent em
broidery and ornsiineutal work.
iy The highest premiums at all the fairs
and exhibitions of the United States and
Europe, have been awarded the Grorer &
P.tker Sewing Machines, an the work done
i.y them, wherever exhibited in competition.
0 t.,4V4 fctUU. U'vUUU.
Wvto we tn day engaged in no manufac
i r.:ig industries but importing cur manu
laccuic from Europe, our grains would not
Lriiur one-half their present price. Nor
iUes it argue anything against this view
to say that while home industries would
Cve thu firmer n lu.iiio in:irlcff,- fhey ould
:tlo cause lam to pay a higher price fur
tl! TY151 i. II f.: .-f 1- 1 T l-
--. 'uilu g'ju'is auu wares, were
vV. men engaged in agriculture, the pro
Juc'.j of the field would have no market
Vuiue. No motive would exist for any
p-rson to rnise uiore than he could con-r-i::i-.
Lvi us suppose such a state of af
; t i exit. Then suppose a pr.iposi
"on 1 i'de for the withdrawal of a
t.-in j.ortion of the people from agricul
' ? oiu3r to engage in manufactures.
world easily be seen by the dullest
uch withdrawal would make a mar-
i-t-i. r end give a value to the surIu3
-rji-;. Uut were it argued that it would
W. vn advantage to locate those who wore
to la pkced in manufacturing industries
rathe other side of the Athmtic, who
v-:u!J eutertaiu the proposition? If it
v. ore ad.N1 that the price of labor over the
A font; e c.uid a..i would be so reduced as
t- t iiblj the manufacturer to sell his
s aid Wuics at a less figure than if
ii; "do at hwuic, who would not see that the
y Cijc-t in engaging in manufacturing
aid b? to a rcat extent ihfpntil tw
:-ject tus to create a market for the pro-
:ju vC the field, and thus give a value to
t:s surplot? products. The market would
1 v placed so far awcy that only two or
f"vt:e of all the various crops could bo
s nt to it, while if it was wise to h ive a
i;iavket for the surr.?n r-.f tm :.
J - LIIV It
voi-U lo equally wise lo have a market fbr
i he &uruA of all.
g?od and the yield large.
tor A crocodile has been captured iu
1-iori In, suii tj be the first seen in this
A blushing damsel of forty sam
c 'ei sa): "There is no difficulty in get
tirg 'engaged;' :he trouble ii in keeping
nC-Croprepoii-s from Arkatmo, North
ern Mississippi aud Northern Alabama are
favurujle, despite the uupropitioua
weather for sjme weeks past.
JiThe Ilarrisburg State Guard sci
the 15ih announces its su-pensiou until
further notice, for the purpose of making
C- "The IMIidavsl ur Standard
touches on the" topic of hogs. He is at
home t h ere." Alleytia n iu n .
'The Alleghaniun editors ought to know
fhey were raised among hog.' Stand
ard We were not acquainted with you and
yours in our jouth.
The Gettysburg Monument is to
be dedicated on Thursday, July first, and
a large concourse of vigors from all parts
..I IT . m.
oi me union is expected. The oration
will be delivered by
The very highest prize, THE CROSS
OF THE LEGION OF HONOR, was confer
red on the representative of the Grover &
ty over all other Sewinsr Ma-
For sale by C. T. ROBERTS. Ebensburg.
rpiIE UNRIVALLED NATIONAL
J TROUPE will give their second and last
concert in Eben3burg, on Thursday evening,
24th, and at South Ebensburg on Friday
Lose not this opnartunity of hearing the
best mnsic of Europe and America. A new'
programme for each evening.
rpnos. J. LLOYD,
-i- Dealer in
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS.
EBENSBURG, CAMBRIA COCLNiT. PA.
The highest market price will be
paid, in cash, for all kindd of good Lumber.
Particular attention paid to filling all
orders. a u 3.
A II il I V A L ! !
AT THE LAEGE AND
ELEGANT NEW ROOM OF
zlEcm c3 soixr, -
Ill'jh Street, Ebensburg Pa.
ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF GOODS !
Consisting in part of
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, CLOTHING.
BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
AND A FULL LINE OF
HARD WARE !
WHOLESALE AXD RETAli '
est end Cambria House, Ebenur,,
ANOTHER LARGE STOCK
ANOTHER LARGE STOCK
ANOTHER LARGE ST0Cir
Ju;t received and for sale cheaper tUu
ANY OTHER MERCHANT
CAN AFFOED TO SELL.
general assortment Xij
ways be kept on hand
In great variety.
F L O U R, F E E D, c., &c.
Goods sold at lowest Market prices. Call
and see goods.
By keeping constantly on hand a well
assorted stock of goods the undersigned hope
to merit and receive a liberal share of pat
J iae 10.
1,000 Pounds SJIcIi Candles,
bounds E'ancj cnntfrj
OO Pounds Assorted,
IO Boxes Prunes,
t Boxes Currants,
(i,000 Koxes Prime Cigars,
"throw ii.-; dirt." It has been throwin-
sernethin more disgusting than dirt
oenator Oliver P.
Morton, of Indiana' th
ag, The Altoona Radical talks about Taylor, and th nmrpr Kw lo f i
il J T 1 J
The Penn'a R. R. Co. has contract
ed to furnish tiansportation for 5,000
i'iormon emigrants that are to
from the old country, during the pres
ent Rfa.-on, ana De lorwarded to the
land ot the paints, beyond the llonW
They wiil arrive in detach-
gQ-The Odd Fellows of Ilarrisburg
have decided to purchase a lot on Market
square, adjoining the Rolton Iluue, and
eieet a hall to cost 100,000.
t5? The yrand addition to Fairaiount
Notice is hereby given that the n.irt-
lt r - . - t - .
jirrauip i.ereioiore eocistiug under the name
of S. A. Kephait & Co., was dissolved 011 the
25th of May last. The books, account?, ki ,
have been left with Kephart Bros, at the old
stand for settlement.
June 3, 3t S. A. KEPHART & Co.
ZAI1M & SON.
ESTABLISHED IN 183G.
Is the oldest and largest in Cambria County.
Ebensburg. June 'H. lRfio
Reported for The Alley hanian by V. . Barker.
Apples, dried, lb- 13Wheat, bu 1.50
Jems 3.00 Oats is.
It is the place to buv vur
- D ii Li G S AND M E D I CI V rc s
It is the place to Luy your
PAINTS AND OILS !
T.-l. ?lt:ili l 1 , . r. ion .
i urK, rn 1 m.aueipnia, nas oeeu inaugur- merts oi 4UU ana OtJU at a time.
arei. It coutai.M a drive five mile long, 5The Bank of England stands in
and nearly Mraight. thr., ra,;j,M - I
J " mree parifclies, ana covers nearly four
ffi-?A, Judu'C Jeremiah Black's arm, acres. The quantity of gold in its
which w:.s broken on the cars near Louis- vaults on the 1st day January, 1869 un-
ville, a lew days agj, will have to be am- coiued, h returned at 8,760,397 7s! 5d.
?utate(3' There was no silver in its vaulsa on th
ft!-It is conceded on all sides that Mst ,JaJ of "January, 18G9, uncoined. The
bank and us premises are assessed to the
poor rate in the sum of 37,540.
preme bench. s, Two white men were killed bv a
EQ, A freight train of eleven cars and smjH hn,d of Indians, supposed to be
a locomo'ive was thrown into the Pasaie Sioux, Monday afternoon near Lone Tree
river, Saturday night, by the engine on the I'latte river, 150 miles from
driver's omusion to notice the draw was Omaha. The steamers Nile and Ida
llees, from Fort Benton, report the Indi
am above fighting among themselves and
killing whites when found alone, but
making no demonstrations ag;iast the
boats or fcrls.
Hon II w M:,t -it 1 ..
.. ai. .1. ii iiuuis -irui oe ine unani
mous nominee of the Republican State
Convention fur the Supreme Bench.
open Those on the traiu escaped.
Sk3m The base ball match on Saturday,
between the Cincinnati Club and the
Olympics, of Philadelphia, resulted iu fa
vor of the former; score thirty-to to
BGi. There are right tunneb on the
Pennsylvania railroad, ranging from two
hundi-d to Ihrce thouvind six hundred
and twelve feet iu length the one at
tjaliitzen being the longest.
XS? The continued wet weather is be
coming a serious cause of alarm to Illinois
tanner.. Unless there is a change soon
the corn crop in northern and middle I!
Iinoi3 will come near proving a f tiiure.
ZrQ"Do net all jw a bird to be ki!led in your
orc.iaia thi,s g0aou. I hey compensate county jail, where he will remain till the
.or jour ceg cct to tne trees. You do meeting of Court. Both men wereold
II fit L till vf? li a. rr . . I . .1 . I . .
i "luusi you owe mem tor respectable citizon?, and ..s such the
luu ,lu,t -uu uave- auair creates considerable excitement.
Sf?- Lougress at the last session au
thorized the President to spend five thous
and dollars in buying a lull length oil
portrait of Lincoln to hang in the White
It is the place to buy your
DYES AND DYE S1U1-TS!
Hav, ton 20.(0
Potatoes, bu ..12. CO Beeswax, lb...
1.25 l ountry isoap. ... 10
Salt, bbl 3 50Tailow 15
Philadelphia, June 22, 1809
Flour, 55(2,5.50. Extra to faucy brand
$5.75f2?$il.50. Wheat. $1.50($l. 65. RVe'
ot.fo. vura. ji(?i. ougar. JZic. to 134e
PiTTsarao June 22, 18G9.
fcc.??, 1 be. Butter, 10c. to 3 0j. Hams,
17c to 21c. Cheese, 16c. to 23c. Potatoes.
."Wlf I! J v- tLOl -it I." I 0 tin a '
. . V - " V -J X'lUrlll, v3-.JU IO C J. JU.
Lara, lb 20
Fish, Lake Her. 6.00
hite .1 1 HO
Mackerel.,.10 00 l '3 tue p'aee to buy rour
Flaxseed, bu 2.50 PERFUMEIIY, TOILKT ARTICLES
35 llAii: IJKS1 Ok P.Rs! nviw
and all etceteras appertaining to a
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE.'!
OUR STOCK IS THE
LARGEST EVER OtTKUm l
Til 12 COLMT!
It. K. 1)avis continues to sell his good?
cheap as ever. It is a fact undeniable that
his prices are much lower for the same qual
ity of goods than any slore we know of. As
he intends removing his stock of goods in a
lew days, great bargains may be had by cul
ling prior to that time. Goods will be sold
regardless of cost. Therefore you should
avau yourseit ot the opportunity.
Gccds received every day at Oatman's.
American Scale Co. T. W. Wil
liams hs been tendered the agency in this
Agent for Davis, Chambers A Co.'s
PUltK WHITE LEAD !
WHICH IS THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
fact that in connection with my conlecrU
ery is a first.-class -nie.c..WI.
.S' T A VR AXT !
where will be served at all hours
OYSTERS, stewed or fried,
DRIED BEEF, AC., AC.
GIVE MB A
Jan. 7, 1809. A. II. FALLER.
S? Dealers can save freitrht bv
ing their goods from our house. Price lists
sent on application. C. T. FRAZER.
No. a! Main strett,
JuRe 3- Johnstown, Pa.
2j"Nti.r Diuhoj. Ohio
evening, two well to do f:1rmPrH nJ Ja na fof lhe sal of the American Scales.-
J .ho W. King and Enos Hrvan. ohtppI. 'k. t " !7.u'g,,J re.comeded b
J , : . c uacu iuuii never ianing to give
-,-v nuuo uiviumg ineir lartu
Urvan kt ccked King down a couple of
times, when the latter seized an ax and
struck the former a blow oo the neck,
.-cvrnug me jugular vein and causin
ucdin in a lew minutes. King gave biai-
selt up to the authorities, and on Thurs
day at his primary . examination was
bound over to answer the charge o
murder. He wa taken to the Allen
satisfaction. Thev have bpt- n f linrnnrrlilir
"ru 4 "l,u i-i.juiunceu iauities-8. By common
consent :hey are the cheapest, safest aud most
reiiuic scaie monutactured. Buy one.
Buy tobacco and cigars at Oatman's.
jyj L. O A T M A N ,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES!
consisting in part of
DOUBLE EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR,
UUA1N, rKKD, BACN, SALT FISH.
DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES,
9 fP rr rri
uh ibue. itiat 3'ou can buv goods
at Barker's at lower rates than plcMvhnro ;
fact unquestionable. Their stock of irnr.rta SUGARS !
uaviug been bought recently and at a heavv SYRUPS I
ui uisconni, mey wiil te sold nrcnrriiir
j ney nave in store a full line of
aiess gooas winch will be sob! at unusually
low pikes. Remember the store two dnorq
east of the Bank.
ALL KINDS OF CANNED FRUITS ! !
State l lecdons.
Also a large stock of the best brands of
CIGARS AND TOBACCO!
g N E W STORE! rq
NEW G OODS ! vr.W nnVm ,
THE PEOPLE'S ONE PRICED STORE? 7
HIGH STKEKT, KKKSSBCKQ. :
ASK FOR FRV'S CHEAP STORE. j
EVERYTHING BOUG HTSIXCETHE
GREAT DECLINE IN PRICES.
THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK
OF GOODS IN TOWN.
N E W S T O C K O F
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, II ARDWARI?,
QU EEN3 W A R E, &C,
JIST KECEIVED AND FOR SALE AT THK NtW
CHEAP CASH STOKE OF
C3-. 37" 32. "ST !
in the rooms formerly occupied by R. II. T
dor, on High-st.
Tn lien. Henry J. R-ijuiond, founder
md editor of the New York Times, died
Hiidoiily cf apoplexy, at bis residence in
-icvv ork, on Frihv morning last. Mr.
;vaV-;ond was one of tb.e ablest, mr-st up
: ' M "'nd conscientious conductors of a
j-.'."c journal in this country. Jle was
t c I to several tfHccs cf honor and
v-' nr. during bis life, nnd always filled
tlw.m with marked ability. He ws a
v. vAy. fjreille -wHter and an ab!e and
e-ooocLtspeaser. His sudJou dejiise is a
j ublie .;.;;!.itv; and his place in the Kur
1 ::!j.-';i! t,l' the country cannot be easily fi'l
cd. V- always regret to learn uf the
;-!th rriuHu bencfacors, but th.y too
i.:Uci J!e, snd be jratbred Inme to 1 Lei r
i:.t!icrs: hist ;s all teller njortals-.
TlJK Bi'ototi Peace Jubilee was a rand
-" e c." .-'3 The music was superb, the at-
r; iu'.icc large, and everything p.?scJ ff
Ciurrj as a uiarriu bell.
T'r.c Maine new.-papers report that
the tuow ia the woods near M.mshpnil
Lake was, in places, up to the axles of
the stage on Saturday, the 5th iust., and
that until the week before the stage went
Ci- A. Leavenworth paper thinks it
:-n evidence of Ihe westward march of
c.vil.zaii'.it that the lvunsas Legislature
approprhiUd. Sl,400 fur tobacco tor the
Pvnueiiiiury prisoners, and only $300
ici j.Muut.nug iue gospel to them. .
Ii-The br-t informed politicia-s of
:he Stnte are nu.v confident that Hsu
cock will not leive the Army, and that
the Democratic Ticket will he Cass for
Governor, and Warren J. Woodward for
General Quit.cy A. Gillmore ha3
been ordered to Savannah to puperintend
repairs upon Port Pu.a.-ki, w hich seven
year a-o he did his best to Laiccr down.
The Savannah Aer tuiuks it uiil b3 ue-!e:-?
to repair the fort. Ti.e mi.-siles
h?tr. the ruled cannons of GiUmore crash
e i through its walls, although seven and
a half feet thick, uith almost ns much
ease as a rifle bullet could be shot through
bater, and the rifled gun cf to-day is
mucli n.ire powerlul than tln:e whose
pencrrative power t-renfed- so mueh as-
1 lof.i. bmeut in
The following State election will come
off daring the summer and fall of 1S60 :
J uly G, mriuia State
Everybody buya at Oatman's.
Store on nigh-st., three doors east
CiiE.r Grocery. Decidedly and be-
olScers and youd fontradiction, M. L. Oatm.in sells cheap
er and better articles of fri-oceries tl.an cai
V - J T 1 . "
Ar. o T.'i..-i. n. . ue jounu eisewnere iu tde countv.
1 t 1 I vui.ci.nn, icvc'iji, 01 prrceries everv week
and Lejrislature. t!,, 1 a 1 , a , y .
- -t n - n- iicsu .-"lucis. aiwavs
AuoUil-i Alabama 31embir3 of Cou- on lianJ. giving his eus'omers the benefit of
the lowest market prices as well as the fresh.
est groceries. Give him a trial.
Buy your Groceries at Oatman'
The Reason Why. The reason whv
r r - v
u. .uayer, in Joftnstown. sells so mnnp
...i, i n . ' . : j w.v
swus .uu an oi nis couipetitors is because
his stock is much larger than all others, and
hu prices way down lower th
chants. We advise everybody who wants a
?ood article of goods to give this bouse a call
before going to anv other.
I j T
j&ugusc o, Tennessee State otBcers and
August 10, Jlontana Territory Dele
gate to ijonsrress.
September 7, -Vermont Sutc ciBcers
September 13, Maine State officers
October 5, Colorado Delegate to Congress.
October 12, Pennsylvania State offi
cers and Ijegislature.
October 12, Ohio State officers and
October 12, Iowa State officers and
October 12, California Judges of Vac
November 2, N. Y. Secretary of State,
November 2, New Jersey Legisla
ture. November 2, Massachusetts State of
ficers and Legislature.
TSovembpr 2. Minnrsnf..i Rt.itfl nffl rect likeness of Tmirwif. - r- ..
1 T - t . n ir-t.,ru . o , v uiai t3 m,
auu L.eisiaiure. . r o opence s rooms on ji;.n
November 2, Wisconsin State officers En'iS J!.:!.0"' aat be realized.-
i Prices mode IT-"" 1D eVer lff3tin
JP AR M ERS ATTENTI ON !-
YOU ALL SHOULD II AVE
Heaths Chamniuii Ifrs. IT,.., Vl. t
j J Ullk i
DECIDEDLY THE BEST IX USE.
The undersigned desires to call the attention
lD.e public to the fact that he is agent
in this countv for the s.iIp nf il.o
CIIA MPI O iV II A y F ORE!
n bich has many advantages over ail
others manufari 11 rfrl
It is simple i& construction li.rh. nrv
and will lift sboit h M V mil dill- oe nx.ll
long. Price $10.
Address or call n P. snr vc
J - I 1 1 uu.i.
uue 17-4t1 w 1
TTALUABLK TOWN PROPERTV
T AT PRIVATE SALE tk-
ra w.ll sell at private sale the House and Lot in
Buy your Groceries at Oatman's.
Flour Where do you buy vour flour
and is it a good article ? if not try V. S Bar-
n.e oest m town. It is m.t tl,P F.a vc,,' ..Pru: " '-" """"nn 1,01.1
up expressly lor his trade, and will " ; u .Vensuurff borough, front
anteed equal to the best. Thn u. K",. " u" B,reet. cxtendintr
u&rA it. will 1.-- u. " "" aiong Caroline strPt -,j , 1
. . " ' ' c uiucr. an evidence Hint 1 ctat iu: . -- iu liiuvu
U is a No. 1 article. Try it. ' I 11, u 8 ProPert couvenientlr located
renVp vl , Purposes or for a private
residence. Ihe house is a two-story frame
7i fiLu?mtl .?ach floor. witi stable and
It" u 1 of Tn-mlraSS- J1'6 lot is a fine
trill on iCLltlVall0a' ftDd ha3 7 bear-g HPPie
For terms apply to Catharine Roberts at
the residence of R. E. Jones, in the We
:rlV Dr0B !?. undesigned
4 Mayl3-tf. Attorney at law.
Buy sugars, teas and coffee at Oatman
Photographic. If you want
EARGAIXS IX DRY GOODS !
BLEACH ED MUSLINS
BOOTS AXD SHOES!
Men's Calf and Kid Boots,
Ladies Congress Gaiters,
and French Moroco Shoes,
IJARGAIXS IX GROCERIES !
COFFEES, - TViS
SYRUPS, MOLASSES, SYKUPS,'
SOAPi, CANDLES. oPlC,
40., &C, &C.
HARDWARE IN GREAT VARIETY I
QUEENS W A R E AND GLASSWARE!
CARPETS AXD OIL CLOTHS!
A beautiful assortment on hand ac-i f.-r
MESS PORK, CHEESE,
CO UXTR Y PR OD UCE -r
taken in exchange for goods.
Call and he rflnvinroH that I pzii seUi"?
cheaper than any other store in the countv.
QUICK SALES AND SMALL rUOFJTS.
May 13, C9. A. G. F.KT