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Wi will run as follows :
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it 7.40 A. M., connecting with Phil
ami Pittsburgh Express West,
l.-thern I xpress r.asi.
1 At" '" eor.r.ect?3q wiih Mail Tra;n
t';iallil Philadelphia Ei.press East.
rv'J" A. M., or ca
Ai S.::i P. M.f
departure of Titts-
or on departure of Mail
Memoranda. There is some talk of
nn-cf bse Udl between the Mountain
rif Ebensburg and the Kickenapawlings
j; Juhn:town at the latter place on the ?A
:'Ju!y....Ilairsville is bothered by bur
Lis.. ..Mr. George Shtltig was seriously
Ijurt-J at a "raising" in Carroll township
l.e .lay last week by the fall of a heavy
j .k of timber. His shoulder was lis-
:ito-l and he was otherwi.se hurt.... A lit
t ul named 31 cllle HoLinson Jied in
Jww.n-i!Ie, Ulair county, lately, from
t Inir a pwee of bread on which poi.son
- heen j .'aced to kill rats. A sister of
i V.tth ;rirl also ate some of the sauie
I .iJ, and at lat accounts was living,
i uAi not out of danger. ...Monday was
- longest day of the year Our old
t v. Josiah M. Christy, of Gallitzin, has
a :;warueu me contract lor ouuuing
oral miles of the lue HiJge, S.C., rail
1...J. V. Campbell, of Altoona, lias
:. elected delegate to the Democratic
re Convention from lllair county, with
ructions to support Gen. George W.
13 for Governor. But Campbell says,
i'tougli the columns of his paper, the
indicator, tliat he will vote for whomso-
T IjC! Tilonsns :il t'io I'nnviMili,"! A !.in'i
IT - ...
wn are b-jin
i:red, ar:;l an equally Ja ;gi- number ot
, . . .
I -i-s are being opened mu An lui.un,
J! of foreign parents, d:c n th S.m-
,t train a short distance east of Altco-
L- l m
f ; n day weefc. ltie , was bur-
Altoona.. ..The Democrat of India-
live instructed for Cass for Governor.
13 verul b s in Kbcnsburir nre vlolent-
"lt,,l with the brd habit of defacing
U;irii-' down pesters, handbills, &c.
V'ivv tine can be imposed for each u.il
- s'i !i offence, and we think it could
JjV.l ti l e ; soda'.rive cf good results to
VjO.e utmost rigoi of the law to these
raV.''iL'rB....Capt. G- N'elson Smith.
tJ.l ir of the Johi:st'7.n Ec?io and
';irJ an ;it;..che A' the Philadelphia
f llouse,has just m rued up in jimok
? J'lVfrsdn county. v'ia3 he is editor
i ; J,i;'. r-ni:tn ttiv!):rer Clearfield
f Sro the otiu-r day. L"ss $3.000....
i'lian Diuhl, of Colcvuiii townshio,
-f '.d county.-was ft rack on the temple
I'icce of timber which fell from a
"'I a process of construction, en Thurs-
fvek. and was instantly killed The
n.burg Slate tiu 'i-J has suspended
liCati.in A VOUilL' nan was :imsfril
'it ts. burg o.ie day last week on suspic
ihat io was insane. civa liis:
3 as Ilouser, and said he was a son of
3 user hanged here in lS05....Wm.
i !I. of Indiana, had his nnr-tor i-i.L-.
' i t"v
f '' Ot) on the Indiana branch on
ciy of last week.... A man named
- Campbell, residing near ureen-
Indiana county, was killed one day
I vk while engaged in felling a tree.
yr. th.-tt he had felled a tree which
a an adjoining one, and while cu
it'utting tlui second om, a limb
!-:riking hiai, so injured him that
y afterward. lie was about
e...A woman hvinir in "Wash-
Iiuhana county, lately
to triplets. ...Dn,f T
P-iin, A. M
Local Tolitics. Editors Alley.
The latest Democratic "ring" ticket is as
follows : Assembly, John Porter ; Regis
ter and Recorder, George V. Oatman ;
Commissioner, Patrick jDonoughe ; Treas
urer, Wm. Linton j Auditor, Frank Rear
er; Poor House Director, Francis O'Friel.
The anti-ring ticket is a little mixed,
just at present, but a choice will be made
out. the fallowing material : Assembly.
Juhn . M'Kenzie, John Porter ; Register
and Recorder, J. M. Singer, Thomas M'
Kernan, J. Harrold, P. M'Gough, James
Grifdn; Ccmmissioner, James Xeason, D.
Tf.bin ; Treasurer, George Gurley, II. Kin
kead ; Auditor, James Yingerj Jno. Smith;
Poor House Director, Henry Hopple, An
thony Anna, Anselui AVeakland.
The delegate elections come off next
Saturday, and the Co. Convention will be
held the following Monday. So that the
agony will not be of long duration.
If the Convention do what is right, they
will nominate the following ticket:
Assemblv, John Porter.
Register and Recorder, G. "W ntmn
Commissioner, James Neason.
Treasurer, "William Linton.
Auditor, John Smith.
Poor House Director, Francis O'Friel.
In this connection, I mitrht mention
that a stjuad detailed from the Happy
Family started on an investigating tour in
various directions on Monday morning.
Their influence is such that they will un
doubtedly be heard from one way or an
other on Convention day.
Probably you have noticed how the call
for our Co. Convention reads.
thus : '-The Democratic electors, and all
others opposed to Radical misrule and nc
,jro si'jj'rayc" &c, &c. I heard one of
our prominent Democrats say, the other
dav '-That's some of that d d fool
Woodruff's stuff. Some of these days, the
negro will have a vote in Cambria county,
flTlil I . rT PHI 1 L- 1 t m f rv rr 1 1 Vi
with such infernal paper as that out
So you see that Win. A. "Wallace is not
the only leader in our party who is de
The re will be a big fight in Convention,
all which will be seen and duly reported
School Apparatus and School
Furniture. Prof. 11. W. Rogers is now
traversing Cambria county for the sale of
the celebrated school apparatus and school
furniture manufactured by "Wachob & 31c
Dowall, Peranum, Pa. The apparatus
i -h. rtl i
's oi' a
, opened bis
iiKLoretto on Mondiv
ii lancc was large, and promise? to
r...fhe O'llara pienie, four mi;.-
w town, was well attended.
"Estinu Trial. As was seen bv
" 't Court proceedings in our
'; ?!,J ror parties, and witnesses
, :ii-,ucd from attendance at Court
1 1 i,.-c coiK-crned in the case of
U !'inan vs. James M'Permittand
I't-rmitt, action for eiorfmpnf fnr
. . - - J . .
J ' f' land. WJirrunto, i. r,o.,..
lly.r and Philip Wager, situ
U townshir. The detetn!-
"i1 tli,. ( tract V. H Mnlr.l fV. -.
J lli ill.,.. n . ,
"'lav. r.'.d .i,. iT
consists of numeral frames, geometrical
forms and arithmetical solids, excelsior
globes, central forces, reading and writing
tablets, &e., and the furniture of all kinds
of desks, seats, teachers' tables, blackboards
&C. We have examined specimens of
Prof. Rogers apparatus and looked
over his illustrated catalogue, and have
formed a favorable impression of them
'I he internal arrangement of any school
room is not complete unless it contains
globes, tablets. Ac, to give pupils some
palpable, practical idea of what they are
attempting to learn. Neither is a school-
room wtiat it should bo unless the desks
and seats arc put up with a view to the
comfort and health of the pupils deside
ratum not found in the old style desks
and seats of many of the school-rooms
throughout the county. Prof. Rogers, we
understand, will visit all the school dis
tricts in the county, and explain to each
board of directors the superiority wi hio
apparatus and furniture, and its cheapness,
over all others. All he may sell will be
M arranted to be as represented. We com
mend him to the faverable consideration of
all our readers interested in the cause ci
We subjoin a recommendation of Prof.
Rogers' apparatus from the Superintend
ent of Common schools of Cambria county :
Ebensbckg June 17, 18C9.
The Kxcelsior Globe and P. D. and K.'s
Charts of PeiimiKiiiship and the Kea Jiu Ta
blets, for which Prof. K. W. Rogers id aent,
I Imvt txinnine-l, and (eel free to pronounce
them among ihe best articles ot school ap
paratus Tvith which I am acquainted. The
next thins to live teachers, in the school-room
ia proper school apparatus. I should h
pleased to see our schools, as far as rossible.
supplied with good apparatus, like luat fjr
wrjicn riot, l.ogers is agent, and l'roia it 1 be
lieve we should be able to d-ite greater tuc
cess in our schools.
LETTER FROM W1LMORE TH3 GREAT HOMICIDE
CASS MURKER OF MR. GEORGE SETTLEMOTER
ARREST OF F.OUR SrPPOSED PARTICIPANTS
IN THE HOMICIDE WHO TKEY ART, WHAT
THEY ARE, AND ALL ABOUT THEM FULL
PARTICULARS OF IHE MELANCHOLY AFFAIR,
Wilmore, June 21, 1S69.
To the Editors of The Allejhanian :
My first duty as a correspondent is a
very melancholy cne, and one that I
can hardly command myself to relate. A
flagrant outrage has been committed upon
the peace of our community ; aK violent
murder has been committed in our midst;
a family circle has been broken up by the
head thereof being stricken down upon
the threshold of his own peaceful domicil,
and under circumstances so inhuman and
brutal that there remain no palliating cir
cumstances for the perpetrators of tfrr
deed. I will endeavor to give you a brief sum
mary of the facts of the case, and as cor
rectly as I have been able to gather them.
On the 15th day of thlo month, Jacob
Settlemoyer, an industrious, inoffensive
citizen of Summerhill township, had, as is
customary in the country, a party of men
assisting him to peal bark on his 1
farm. In the evening, he gave his ten
sent that they should have a dance in i.is
house. The company accordingly enjoyed
themselves in that pastime till about nine
cr ten o'clock, when a party of some eight
or ten young men, lrom what is termed
the "touf.li ."le of the Conemaugh," net
of the neighborhood of Settlemoyer's, and
not belonging to the pealing party, came
to the house. They were all more or less
intoxicated. Thev soon became enframed
in a fight with those at the party. Set
tlemoyer endeavored to quell the distur
bance by commanding the peace, and was
standing at the time, I understand, on the
threshold of his house, -when he was vio
lently strii'-k in the abdomen with a piece
of board ; plank about five feet long and
seven vide. The blow caused a
rupture of the intestines, which discharg
ed their contents into the cavity of the
bowels, causing inflammation, from the
effects of which he died thirty -two hours
The blow that caused the death of Mr
lEaRiBLE Accident.-A terrible ac
cident occurred in the Lanagan ore bank,
Irankstown township, hist Thursday.
-l wo miners, named Silf.s Geejy and "W
Young, were in the not. nfi,;n
in the act of "charsrin"' a
when a spark from the lamr of nti
of them accidently fell in a keg containing
some six or seven pounds of powder, and
exploded it. Young, who was sitting im
mediately over the keg,' was thrown a con
siderable distance by the force of the ex
plosion and terribly burned and injured.
At first it was thought he could not survive
his injuries, but we learn that he is slowly
recovering, though he will probably be ter
ribly maimed and disfigured for life.
Geesey, who was standing immediately be
hind Young when the explosion occurred,
fortunately escaped with a few slight burns
and hxxxisc.Hollidoislurg Standard.
Lecture. Right Rov. Bishop Dom
enec will lecture in Loretto on Sunday,
27th inst. Subject: "Revealed Truths
Mirrored in the Beauties of Nature."
The Well - kuu.vu reputation of the Di&hnp
justitics the belief that a rare intellectua
treat is in store for those who will be nres
ent. On the same occasion, he will also
perform the ceremony of blessing the new
bell to be placed in the tower of the Cath
XT OO FL AXD'S G ERM AX B ITTERS
3 Great Bargains
r at i:
o a 6
o o o
O 4 o O C O 4
-Mowers axd Reapeus, A trial of
mowing and reaping will come off at the
''Experimental Farm," near Indiana, Pa.,
on "Wednesday, July 14th, commencing at
9 o'clock, a. m. The object of the trial
is to affurd an opportunity to farmers and
others to witness and judge of the practi
cal working and utility of the respective
machines now in use. Manufacturers.
agents, and farmers are invited to attend.
Burglary. On 3Ionday night, some
fellow broke into the store of Mrs. Mullen
Lilly's station, and stole therefrom several
articles, of no great valua. He was appre
hended, aud the next day was brought
here and committed to jail. He pleads in
extenuation that he had been drinkin"
large quantities of No. 4 whisky a short
time prior to the commission of the
Buy a Book. Mr. George W. Davis
emoyer is supposed to have been in- is agent for the sale in Cambria county of
meted by a notorious character-named Ed- '-Iunnanuel, or the Life of Christ," by Ed
ward A. Burk. Three other parties con- dy, "Life of Jefferson Davis," by Pollard,
eerned in the homicide, jiamely, Parcdas and ''Ora, the Lost Wife," a novel all
AlcUougli, James Keating, and Lewis Del- good books. He will call on the rub!ic
ahunt, along with Burk, have been arrest- for subscriptions, and. we cheerfullv recoup
ed and are now in the Ebensburg jail, mend him to all to whom these presents
Uther arrests are likely to follow. may come.
Dr. A. Chestnutwood and Dr. Kreiss
held a post mortem examination of the body Police Nkws. On Monday after-
on the 17th. It was conducted with great noon, two pugilistically inclined persons
professional skill. The verdict was as indulged m a Utile knock-down inside our
hereinbefore stated. borough limits. One of them was arrested
The remains of the deceased were fol- y the police and fined $2.50 and costs
lowed to their final resting-place, in the Tne otuer was nofc taken. So much reve-
Lathohc cemetery of this place, on Friday nue or tuC borough.
last, Ly a very large concourse of sorrow-
ing mends and neighbors. Peace to liis
ashes ! But who shall stand between his
bereaved widow and fatherless little ones
and a cold, forgetful world. ?
m ,.t$iViifri,-A i; .2.. -
o O O O O
9 a oq yooooooooo aM
I Best Calicoes i:
li V. S. Barker's.
c o o o o
ICES GOING DOW N
.iiJL-jiisuiiU HARD WARE A- IinTTXP:
I once more return my sincere thanks to
my oin friends and customers for their lib
eral patronage extended towards me, and
ncy, owias to the great fall in prices, by
IIOOFLAXD'3 GERHAN TOXIC,
The Greut Remeiies for all Diseasei of tli
Liver, iitcinuck or Digettivt Orgnnt.
HOOFLANDS GERMAN BITTERS '
Is composM of the pore juices (or, aa they
a-e medicinally terme.l. Extracts) of Roots:
Herbs and Barks, 3EC making a prepara
tion, hi-hly concentrated, and entirely frea
from alcoholic admixture of anr kind
IiUOFLAND'S GERMAN "TONIC
Is a combination of all the ingredients of
the Bitters, with the purest qualitv of Santa
Oruz Rum, Orange, Ac, making one of ih
most pleasant, wgreeable rtmedics ever cl
fered to t!ie public.
Those preierrin a Medicine free from Al
coholic admixture, will ue
HOOFLAND S GERMAN BITTER?.
Those who hae uo objection to the com
binuiion of the Bitter, us stated, will ua
IIUOFLAND'S GERMAN TOXIC
They are both equally pood, and contain
he same medicinal virtues, the choice be
tween the two being a mere matter of taste,
t.ie Tonic being ;he most palatable.
The stomach, from a variety of caues
such as Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous De
Mlity, etc., is tty apt to hnve its functions
deranged. The Liver, sympathizing as close
ly as it does wiih the C Stomach then be
comes airected, the result of which is
that the patient suffers from several or ii.or
ot Ihe following diseases:
Constipation. Flatulence, Inward ri!r
ulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity of the'
St'.maeh, Nausea, Heartburn, Disuit for
Food i ullness or Weight in the Stomach,
Sour Eructations. Sinking or fluttering at
t.ie pit of the Stonich. Swimming of th
Head, Hurried or Difficult Breathing, Flut
tering nt lie Heart, Choking or Suflocating
feensaiious wbenit a , ing posture, Dimncs
ot vision. Dots or webs before the sight dull
pm in the Head, Deficiency of Per? niratioa
c lowness of the Skin and Eyes, Rnin in the
bide, I'ucii, Chtst. Limbs, etc.. Sudden Flush
es f Heat, Burning in the Fleh. Contact
Imaginings of Evil, at.d great ueprcssica of
fcp. i its. 1
The sufferer from these diseases ehouhl
exercise ihe greatest caution in the selection
ofo remedy for his case, purchasing onlv
that which he is assured from his invetiea". '
tiocs and inquiries, Q possta;es true mer
it, skillully compouiidcd, is fre; from injuri
ous ingredients, and established for itself a.
reputation for the cure f these diseases. Ia
this connection we would submit those well
known remedies HooflarxTs German Bitten
and lIoofl,mr German Tor.te, prepared by '
DR. C. M. JA' KSON, PHILADELPHIA, PA
Tbirt3'.Jivr j rS ;;uct. i1jcv were firs't jQ
troduced intc i!,!., country from Gerasaa
luriog which tMus they lu.Ve undoubtedly
perfornjed wore cures, and benefitted s utter
ing humanity to a greater extent, than any
other remedies known to the public.
These remedies will effectually c-ire Liver
Complaint, Jaundice. Dyspepsia, Chronic or
Nervous Debility, Ji Chronic Diarrhoea
Disease of the Kidneys and all diseases aris
ing frora a disordered Liver; Stcaiach or In
testines. DEBILITY RESULTING FROM ANV CAUSE
whatever; Prostration of the System, in
duced by Severe Labor, Hardships,
Exposure, Fever, Jtc.
There is no medicine extant equal to these
remedies in such cases. A tone and vigor
is imparted to the whole system, the appe
tite is strengthened, food is enjoyed, the
oi.uujut.li uigesis properly, the olood is puri
fied, the complexion becomes sound and
healthy, the yeilow tin$e is eradicated from
the eyes, a bloom is given to the cheeks, and
the weak and nervous iuvalld becomes a
strong and bealthy being.
.PERSONS ADVANCED IN LIFE,
And feeling the hand of time weighing heav
ily upon them, with all its attendant ill
will find in the use of this Bitters, or th
Tonic, an elixir that will instil new life into
their ve5;- restore Li a measure the fnrrrv
and ardr of Lire vauthful davs ii;m
their shrunken forms, and give health and
nappiness to their remaining years.
which many artier can be s.ld as' chean ai. ... Vr "r Ztl " . T" '""T Pe"
before the war, and having a thorough knowl. . " T. - Trp 1"lia
e.lge of the business and the wants of the Cr. to use their ftw V. 7.. "I
- ----- -Ai.'iWhjavai. ii r i r r
James L. ktvix. There is a report
that somebody, name not mentioned, was Pub,'c. I take pleasure in announcing that I tel well " They
lately arrested in Altoona on the charco 21 Ur": Z than energyf tremely
. 1 J . W VM. . U 1. .A b Lilt Ui 1 li 11 II r V
r l t l ail -r I J
oi navin: muraerea Aiueruian James 1j
Mr. Settlemoyer was a-ed about 38 Irvin of Pitt&barg, near Lilly's, this D00R
My stock will consist in part as follows ;
years. He was a good citizen, and was
respected by all who knew him.
Our District Attorney, Mr. Tierney,
used every effort in his power to brin"- the
criminals to justice. lie stayed here for
a considerblj length of time, and lent all
4 . . - -..
in.- energies to the disagreeable task ut
hunting dowu those charged with the com
mission of a terrible crime.
You will hear from me again.
Yours, &.c, Fair Play.
county, a couple of weeks since.
port is not substantiated.
are languid, devoid of til
nervous, and have no ap
To this class of persons the Bitters, or th
and CUPBOARD LOCKS, CATCHES, "VV E A KAN D DELICATE CI 1 1 L DRE V
BOLTS, HINGES, SCREWS, Are made strong by the use of either of
WINDOW STRINGS. SHUTTER ifTVfsi?s ' f, ,;,Vto , ,"UIC ccr caoe
gives the following :
"More than a year and a half a-r a
Old Grimes is dead,
That poor old soul,
We ne'er shall see him more ;
He used to n ear a
Darned nice c jat, .
All buttirged down before.
(He bought it at Shoemaker's.)
And at his home
He had good things,
Sweet cakes and light bread to eat,
He bought his Hour
From H. A. Shoemaker
Who keeps store on High street.
Go and see his nice goods.
WINDOW GLASS, NAILS, PUTTY,
ING MACHINES, AUGERS, CIIIS
BRACES and BITS, HATCHETS,
T. J. CHAPMAN, C. S.
The Concert. Llew Lhvyvo's concert
which which came offat the Court House
on Tuesday evening last, was a grand
success ju every instance. Mr. Lewis is
the best singer we have ever heard, and
too much praise cannot be given him. Mr.
Apmadoc as a tenor singer cannot be cq-
ence. which v.-i u i v Tl, , tt d .1,, ,i j 3
, - J I i.v-v. j. iju iuuui nui3 vi'.uotiy I.TUWUCU
"t tllO ciar .it' ilin li,-t I rri ...111 tl
o , iitiv win trivtj aiiuinui eriLerr.nniripnr.
j 0- - -
this (Thnrsdjy) cveuing. AVe heartily rec
ommend this troupe to the patronage of
J'1' -'U were Hke
fat X ro?r'Oni.Mc citizens,
tf t'" Jlours in their
, '""-ion, Shoemaker, and
'ted th., !....
vr , i"nuit; .Messrs.
1 c:i ; i. .1 i
. i: ' 'icicnuants.
day MV 'lt o dorlr. n
TxijEGRArn. Agents of the Atlantic
and Pacific Railroad are now in Ebensburg,
negotiating for the erection of a telegraph
hence to Cresson, there to connect tvith
the main line.
daughter of (Jale Ileslop of Johnsto;.
aged nearly ten years, whilo sitting at her
desk in sthool with a shawl pin in her
mouth, was playfully struck on the back
by a schoolmate. The action caused the
pin to slip into her throat, and she ex-
pl.-lilllfwl tlllt Lihn 1..,1 r.. 11' - 1 -. n.t
kw.i,, aut liuu BHUUOWCU 1C. J lie
pin wa- an ordinary metallic pin, with a
round black head as large as a pea the
whole measuring an inch and a quarter in
length. The child experienced no serious
inconvenience, but in a shoit time an an
noying cough commenced to afflict her dai-
13uy your Groceries at Oatman's.
Thousands of certificates have accuranla-
t rl in t Ii a li.in.lu krlA v . I . ft. a.
BORING MACHINES, AUGERS, CHISELS, I will allow of the publicatioa of bnt a
Those, it will be observed, are from Hien of
SOITARFS rilfPifiSPS TPV CArr.n.c r:V'".74 "V" -uB iuav luey must
w , a. i7wii uo, i utj ueneveu.
BEVELS, POCKET RULES, TESTIMONIALS-
JACK, SMOOTHING, and FOR PLANES Hon. Geo. W. Woodward, Chief Justice of
iw.io, A,.vr,a, plua, .March 1G, 1807. "I find. Moofland'a
SASH, RAISING, and MATCH PIANES, German Bitters is a good tonic, useful
HAWcr-ra nrvoti r,r,ro - " iJH5.-ame organs, and of
an uxu, UU.1VU OtUCiMO,
CROSS-CUT, PANEL, RIP, COMPASS, and
GAUGES, OIL STONES, SCREW DRIVERS
PLOWS, POINTS, SHOVELS,
O. II C. S. Oak Hall Clothing Store, FORKS, SO TnES axd SNATHES, RAKES
HOES, SPADES, SHEEP SHEARS,
HORSE BRUSHES, CARDS, CURRYCOMBS,
BELLS, IIAMES, WHIPS,
BUT, TRACE, BREAST, HALTER , FITH,
TONGUE, and LOG CHAINS,
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, and
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, LEAD, FOUCIIEcs,
POWDER FLASKS, GAME BAGS,
GUN LOCKS, MAIN SPRINGS, PIVOTS, ic.
LAMPS and OILS,
in Johnstown, seems to be the centre of at
traction tor those in pursuit of neat aud fash
ionable garments. The gentlemanly propri
etors, Messrs. Leopold & Bro., have won lor
themselves the reputation of selling cheaper
than anv other clothing house in Johnstown.
Their stock is the largest in Johnstown and
therefore affords the buyer a better chance
to select frcm than other stores. In short,
it you want a bargain go to this ore.
Buy your Groceries at Oatman's.
The Teople's Store. This cheap
store, located on High street, in the old stand
lv nt.il .ilinr.' Ln-lwr C", t.. formerlv occupied bv 11. H.Tudor, continues
v 4Wt j. ,ju uo-c .uiu bume- . . .. ,,..-,. r COOKING. PARLOR. A HEATIYO RTflVP?
t' hnf 4 n iii i - mm , J .X I A 1 1 . -ml I
num . i 1. 1 ii.-sa, uui couiu eat and something fashionable, cheap and servicea-
t1:iv likn rt nr-r . -biblmn fs.a.; n ble. If you desire anv article in the grocery
1 J .v,.. vywv.a.niuijajiy - . - WASTITVfl M A PT1TVFS v rPTVf3TTlxa
l i 1 ; 1 ' I 1 I II lie, JUU III" UUU IUI3 UC)H1 luich l. r r oujj- i , ..... . v- u no,
i-.igu, .xaiuiiuages. Jasc weeK plied and at figures that will commaud your i. .. .
1 2 T till hm t TT1 An flr ua'ronas'e. John N.. the accomplished and I '
, iii",- , J accommodating clerk, who is noted for his Also FLOUR, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR. Ac
t" v.i.n "' p.ia&gua near hospitality, will always be fouud ready to TOBACCO and CIGARS
the tiuncr r-nrt of the plrnst .TWIn Ttt. wait udou customers.
J ' - - -" .. " I - S 7 T C. T7.j.-ynr. - .
uaa move i t.fcj, Kjraies, ana fire isrick
always on hand to suit Stoves sold by me
ledge, Esq., has been appointed by the
Lominissiouer of Internal Kevenue to be
Government Gaugcr for the 17th Tenna.
Congressional district. His duties are the
measuring of all vessels containing over
ten gallons of distilled liquor offered for
Buy your Flour at Oatman's.
great benefit in cases of debility, and want
of nervou acticn in the svstem.
Yours, truly, Gko. Y Woodward."
Hon. James Thompson, Judre of the Su
preme Court of P ennsylvanbi.
PuiLADELi'iiiA, April 28, 1366.
"I censid-r 'Iloofland's German Bitter' a.
valuable medicine in case of attacks of Indi
gestion or Dyspepsia. I can certify this from
my experience of il. Yours, c.
From Rev. Joseph Kennard, D. D.. Pastor
cf the Tenth Baptist Church, Philadelphia.
Dr. Jackson . Dear Sir: I have been freanent-
ly requested to connect my name with re
commendations of diil'erent kinds of mcdU
cines, but regarding the practice as out of
my appropriate sphero.I have in all cases de-
clined ; but with a IJ" clear proof in Vin
ous instances, and particularly in my ow
family of the use of Dr. HooflanJ's Gtrman
Bitters, I depart for once from my usual
course, to express my full convietio-n tk.fc
for general debility of the syete.ua, and. es
pecially for Liver Complaint, it U a safe and
valuable preparation. In some cases it way
fail ; but usually, f doubt no', it will be very
beneficial to tho-e who gutter from thetbora
causes. i cuts, very rewectfallr.
'J. II . KKNNAUD.H
llnofland's German Remedies are eonnter
feited. See thai tb signature of C. M
JACKSON is oa the wrapper of eacU
bottle. All othe?3 are counterfeit.
Principal Office, s.nd ft'anufactory at thA
' 3 : : r . .
It m frequently and truthfully remark- nfacturers' prices.
ed by strantrers who come to town, that if Spouting made, painted, and put up, at low
there ia one enterprise ;n Ebensburg that de- rates.
serves mention more than another, it is the Persons owing me debts of long stan-
maramoth hardware store of George Huntle,, n -u ,.nntar a ftivnt. K ..,i"..:
sale, and affixing of stamps, for which " lhZh. 6tree' "ere. Ju will hud an end- a. soou a3 tonvenient, as it takes a great
ti e seller foot the Government mvs a r83, 7d rt:cle in the line deal of money to keep up my stock and pa
, , i rif OVernmPnt' Pa3a of hardware. He aelUeeedingly low. f expenses, and owing to the small profits that
p-e?criDea xee. tae taws oniy applies to 3 u " A i ' e've .ium a- can f am mnk5ns on pood3 r CHnnot afforil lo ive
parties who sell by wholesale.... The Dis- Ud be ccnUUCed ttittl he 6e31a r cIieaP- long credit-the interest would soon eat up
un-i "" - jpux your a jour at si u. oatmaa s
11V and Cittern Tumps and Tubing at man- f:prniHQ1 :dkine Stre, No. 63: AliCII-St.t
Kbensburg, .ug. 13! !SCa.
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
formerly C M. Jackson a Co
Hc-oflanJ's Getman Bitters, per bottle, $1 0(i
halfi'ozen, 5. Qt
Hoofland's (Jerrnan Tonic, put up in quart
battles, $i 60 per bottle, or a half dozen fai
Do not forget to examine well tLe r-.
ticle you buy, in order lo gel the genuine.
For sale by all Diu ;ri tr ;,TlStorkceDTS.
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