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OtTixo ;aii ola-ganlan.
.THURSDAY, AUtJGST 19, 1869.
ujo.v nErrnucAiv ticket.
darernor ...Ge. JoHM W. GeABY.
Supremi Judge...
.Hos. Hesry Williams.
-T E PUBLICAN CO. CONVENTION.
The Union Republican voters of Cambria
county are hereby requested to meet at the
usual places for holding the elections in
their respective wards and districts on SAT
URDAY, the 21st day AUGUST, and between
the hours of 1 o'clock, and 7 o'clock, p. m..
elect two delegates for each election district
to represent them in a County Convention to
be held on Tuesday, the 24th day of August,
in Ehensburc: at 2 o-
clock, p. m., for the purpose of taking such
action In the coming election as the inter
ests of the party and the good of our coun
try demand. ALEX. KENNEDY,
Aug. 5, 18G3. Chairman.
Volume lO.
The mcsent is the first number of oi-
tune 10 of The AUeghanian. Wc begin J
A I A
the new volume with a subscription list
increased about one-third over what it was
one year ago. wnnewe tnanitour incuus
for this marked increase of patronage, we
would yet say that we have still room on
our books for many more new subscribers.
Wc ardently desire during the current
jear to run up our list in round numbers J
to one thousand, and if our good friends
will continue their efforts in our behalf,
we. can do it. One word more : A con
siderable amount of money, ranging in
sums of from two to five dollars, is due us
on the exinred volume. We trust this
A
u prumpny pim, auu uui uu.jr vU,
but that one and all will pay their sub-
scription for this volume tn advance. We
need the money !
ine tu,new Lm,Bru,,wu-
The Chinese emigration to this country,
commonly designated as the Chinese ones-
tioa. is a manv-sided Question, ana is en-
ciUne verv considerable comment. It has
,
i Yaua -wll n9 t1i.-is wKirh tn
v ' r i
sav the least, are counter to our prejudices,
First of all thev are heathen.
Next, they know nothing of our lan-
guage.
Next, their characters are commonly
'supposed to. have been moulded by institu
tions. customs, and manners at war with
our plan of government, our customs, and
manners
Next, they are put down by our wise
men as an inferior or "passive" race
Next, they work cheap, and threaten in
the eyes of some the degradation of Ameri
can labor
We propose to consider these phases,
not learnedly, not profoundly, but plainly
and in the light of common sense.
As to the first phase, wc say, "llejoioe,
U ve missionaries, and come nome uy way
of the Central and Union Pacific Railroad,
for the naughty heathen to whom you were
sent have come home to us I" If it is good
to. send missionaries for their conversion,
it is better for them to come to those who
ent the missionaries. It is little matter
that there is one more heathen temple in
America when there is one less in China.
Of all men and corporate bodies, the mis
sionaries and their friends, the churches,
ought to throw up their hats, if the latter
have any, at this turn in affairs.
The second, the third, and the fourth
phases have their force from the fact that
these children of the Orient will be a new
clement in politics and in society, and
hence may be considered together.
As to knowing nothing of our language,
ttinv o r i ?n Vi i f reeruipf in i vMnr1It!rr
precisely similar to thousands of other
emigrants. We do not see that it is worse
for a Chinaman to be ignorant of our lan
guago. than for a person of some other
nationality to be equally ignorant. They
are fully as quick to learn as other people,
J erlcction and hi;;; j!u-iiy cf Machinery.
Using both threads directly from 'the
s;foL.
No fastening of Si-siuB or bud nnd no
waste of thrcaJ.
Wide r.incjc of apj.iicatior without change
of ndjustme.it.
The ftnm ri-tn!n3 its Vi-unty r.ssd l!riuues
afir vr.shinj and irrmiiio.
Ikiilf-s doir.'4 U l;?'i.! of . ik done lv
other tewinr ?.i.itlu::ts. Ihfuc .Mucliines ex
ecute the most l.t. u i Tul and HTimuvul eui
Lroi'Jery :ud orur.jnpntal work.
VKlo
11
IJ living
iinTclninu
l here fore
CA'
CA,
CA
1
competition.
fgy The highest premiums nt nil the fairs
nnd exhibitions of the United Sts'es and
E'irop?, Ihvc ben a war Jed the (iiorcr &
JiaU-r .ewli.rr Machiue?, an'. t,v work done
ly tl.tia, iijcrcvcr exhibited in
ff-Thc very highest 'pr'e. THE CROSS
OK THE LKGItlX OF llO.Olt. waa confer
on t!.e reprcsciit-itive f the Grover &
I'k'-r dewing Mudiinee, i t the Expocition
L'nivertelle, i'uris, 18ti7, thus at.?!n their
Kreat superiority cwr. all other Sewing M.i
i.hin? For sal by C. T. RODEItT.H, Ebensburg.
June I7-ly.
Th
sine
P.
goods, bo"
j
Custom
ti ve Sales
l
J
XUSII, Ml! LKU & (.. I i
Alt tobacco iiANi.?F.icTn:i-:r.s, ! t&-c.h
xr other Lu
WimLEALE DEALKi:, -J Produce
North. 3JStM "-'J. Prntioi. '
t
He esteems it necessary, that his bones
should be laid along with his fathers
when he, also, shall &hvfile off the mortal
coil. He deems this necessary in order
that the sprit of his father may pass from
him, or rather through him, in an unbro
ken line, to his children. Hence, say
many, he wIH never remain permanently
ainori us
But there is no "hence" about
it. The dead of 60,000 Chinamen may
be transported from the Pacific coast to
their native land, but the dead of 600,000
Chinamen, scattered from California to
the West, the Southwest, and the Middle
States may not. The gods will rather be
reconciled to emigrate to the new world.
If the dead refuse to go to them, they will
come to the dead. Confucius and Christ
will be brought together. Why should
we falter?
But they will cheapen labor. Well,
suppose they do. If by any means they
fach the American artisan and laborer a
greater frugality, they will confer a benefit
not easily repaid. ' But we do not appre
hend such a cheapening of labor as will
Drove injurious. With us, labor is the
scarcest and dearest of all commodities.
Their presence will enable us to pursue
industries which now we 'cannot pursue,
and tnus tney will open wider neids and
greater demands for skilled labor than has
hitherto been contemplated. Our laborers
may be crowded out of their present fields,
Dut they will be crowded into richer pas-
tures
Resolution Seven.
The Democratic platform of Pennsylva
nia contains the following plank :
Seventh. That our soldiers and sailors who
carried the fljg of our country to victory,
gUliranteea given in their favor must be taitb
fully carried into execution
This resolution, of course, applies as well
t Cambria county as the balance ot the
State.
Who among our readers does not re
member the attitude of the Cambria coun
V democracy toward tne soldiers and sai
VL .;..uu uuum .
... .
opposed the war. 1 hey branded oar sol
diers and sailors who were engaged in it
. . . . r
with opprobrious epithets, such as 'Lin
coln s hirelings, "dogs,' "murderers,' &c
They resisted every draft made to replen
ish their decimated ranks. They preached
'no coercion," and favored an abandon
ment M hostilities. Ihey scowled when
our arms were victorious, and wreathed
their faces in sweetest smiles when fortune
favored the rebels. They voted, one and
all, against giving soldiers the right of suf
frage. In a word, tbey were opposed to
the soldier and the cause for which he
fought, first, last, and all the time.
Besolution Seven may possibly do for
some counties in the State, but it will
not suit Cambria county. The Democracy
here, judging them by their past record,
have no desire to "gratefully remember"
"umicio aim ennuis nuu uicu me
flag of our country to victory
Wno is William Mutchler, Esq., Chair
man of the Democratic State Central Com
mittee ? We propounded this question a
couple of weeks ago, and even our widely
informed neighbor of the Freeman was
unable, of himself, to answer it. But the
Freeman has succeeded in discovering that
the Eastern Express knows who Mutchler
is. As matter of general information, we
condense what the Furpress says of him :
He lives in Easton ; is a democrat; ii a
lawyer by profession j possesses rare exec
utive abilities; is a shrewd politician ; is
a genial, whole-souled gentleman; and
last and best is an "honest man." We
take especial pleasure in quoting the last
named attribute of tho new Chairman, for
l 13 e Wltbm the mem?T
the oldest, inhabitant that a man of that
reputation has been placed at the head of
the State Democracy. The Democracy o
Cambria county -will also be glad to know
that Mutchler is an "honest man' for it
will give them assurance that they will re
ceive their fair pro rata share of Packer's
greenbacks when the grand distribution
thereof shall conic off.
To be killed in battle and have your
name spelled wrong in the register, is said
to be lame. Our able and amiablo fellow
townsman, Robert L. Johnston, Esq., has
hbtely achieved a large share of this pecu
liar species of fame. He wroce along and
labored article to the Harrisburg Patriot,
explanatory of who Hon. C. L. Pershing
is, what he is, and where he is, with some
reasons annexed why that gentleman
ought to be elected Judge of the Supreme
Court next October. The article was gar
nished with a profusion of big type, and
was accorded a prominent position in that
journal. But when the Patriot came to
speak editorially of the communication, it
distinctly attributed its authorship to
Richard L. Johnston, Esq. This recalls
to our mind an incident we read some time
ago. The poet Longfellow happened to
fall in company with an inquisitive fellow,
who a?kcd him his name, "LoDgfcllow,
. v ,( tt.u tVion I
Wild Ulv XV 11 a u . r wmwm
-"any relaliofl of the Longfellow of Ho-
. , , . o r ....
bokenT : Such, m either case, is fame!
rr- r , r
Gex. Rosicrans positively declines to
be a victimt and will not run on the DernV
ocratic ticket for Governor of Ohio. Ge.
H. Pendleton is used to being set up to be
knocked down,
and has consented to re-
ceive the 60,000-votes-less-than-enough-to-
elect of the Democracy for the position.
Wiix the Freeman he honest enough
to inform its readers that the present of a
tract of land in New Jersey to General
Grant by an admirer was peremptorily de-
i- i o i
dined: ,1
Our Republican friends will please bear
in mind that our County Convention meets
here on Tuesday, 24th inst. not on Mon
day, heretofore the usual day.
"Wno in H is Asa Packer V The
Democratic candidate for Governor of
Pennsylvania gets the following "first
rate notice" in the Hartford lost :
A little more than a year ago, in the
sweltering heat of purgatorial - Tammany,
we first heard of Asa Packer. The fall-
voice Perrin was calling the roll of States.
Mr. Eaton, on behalf ot "the sterling nd
gallant Democracy of uiv little Common-
welth " had named the Hoc. James E. I
nnlUh .oiotnHItA for thm PrfaJrJ An.v I
r I
Maine had nominated Gen. Hancock.
Ohio had named Pendletoo, the serene
rrt"il -jt 1 l.l 1 .1 am. f .1 I
iliaen naa oroacnea ine uesi uuu oi me
season in Sanford E. Church, New Jersey
had set nr. Joel Packer, and Pennsvlvauia
kt w J i
aamp vision oiibu reeaiug uuory,
5 . ? a t a i; J! ;
numan lorm Wltn DOtn nanus iuii or man-
Uscript. It was not tt:e "uncient mariner, I
nor did he nx anybody "with bis gilt- I you get; smile on all mankind bat your nus-tAi-ino
Tt ton .Indfft Woodward of band ; be happy everywhere but at home."
x euui-yivauia ; auu uo -ubu mo -nu-jiu i
11. 1 Z . 1 1 J" , U M V A 1 n I
Uiunu Willi Uim Ul lUWl uwuiai vuiiuauca
that ever followed a politician nome.
..... I
Judse Woodward read his whole heao of
manuscript through. He described his man
beiore he named bim. J wen:v minites
description think of it in manuscript
read slowly and deliberately intoned at
at that to an audience of seven or eight
thousand all a rivulet of perspiration
all impatient for a ballot in an atmos
phere blue with blasphemy and reeking
with ram just think of that man stand
ing on a bench in Tammany Hall, amid
snoh surroundings, drenched in his own
sweat, reeling off a couple of columns of
biographical stuff, and tvine on the end
. . - - T . .
of it all "the name ot Asa Packer of
Pennsylvania." It was two miles of slow
match to one fire-cracker poor fire-crack
er at that. When he concluded, there
did not arise
So wild a yell
As all the fiends from Heaven that fell
Had raised the banner cry of helL". .
No. there did not. It was too warm fo
yell tor Asa backer; bo nobody veiled.
A few 8tuile J some in their seats others
at neighboring bars. It painius to.say,
that in the buzz that went aronnd all the
reporters tables when the gifted Wpod-
ward sat down the only clearly distin-
guishable sentence was the conundrum
. I . I . . . ft V. T . . a 1 I 4 -n
ill a i icaucu niiu a icij kilo 11 , iiuu
j i j i tixxrt "tt r i
ueK io uesa, uu iu u uau x acaori
The GaME Laws. We published the
revised game laws of Pennsylvania a few
months ago. We find the following ep
itome ot them in one of our exchange
and reprint it for the benefit of sportsmen
and others interested in the protection of
game:
Deer cannot be killed or taken
except
from the 1st of September till the 31st of
December.
Grouse or pheasants can only be hot
t -I- " i i. .l. o i.l .f n.
cember.
Partridges can only be killed from the
lsit of October to the 20th of December
Wild turkeys can be hunted from the
1st of Octooer to the 1st of January.
Sauirrels and rabbits may be shot from
the 1st of August to the l6t of Jauuary.
Woodcock from 4th of July to the 15th
of November.
Iosectiverous birds, which include the
robins, are prohibited to be shot' at any
time, aud it is illegal to rob the nests of
any birds of any kind
Trout can be fished for, with hook and
line only, during the months ot April,
iVIav. June and J ulv.
Sunday shooting or huntiog is prohib-
. - ' -
uea unuer a ncavy prnaiiy.
m i it i r - i .
Arsps, Diinup snares, etc.. are enureiy
prohibited.
Possession of fish or other came out of
season, is sufficient to convict the party,
even if thev were purchased.
The penalties vary from $5 to $50.
One hal the fine goes to the informer,
and any one convicted and refusing to
rav the fine eoes to lail for ten davs.
o - - - - j -
. rvepumicaus oi mair county nave
nominated the following ticket: Hon.
Joseph Robison for Assembly; Jacob
Walker for County Commissioner; Jacob
H. Stifler for Director of the Poor, and
Win. U. Calvert for County Auditor.
. ,. . . i
The Republicans of Huntingdon ooiuty
have nominated the followiog ticket : For
Assembly , J. N. Swope ; District Attorney,
Milton S. Lytle; Prothonotary, F.. S.
Fouse; Register and Recorder, J. E.
Smucker; Treasurer, W. W. Williamson.
m m . . '
Thb National debt, during the la?t
month, was reduced Seven Millions Four
Hundred Tkwtand Dollars. The total
reduction of the debt since Grant's in-
augnration a little over tiro months is
about Forty four Millions of Dol
lars. These figures, while they operate
as a death-knell to the despairing hopes
of the Democracy, knocking the props
from under them and destroying all their
argument, speak volumes in favor, of a
Republican administration.
- A Good Onk Wheard a erood one
- . y
r-lffnft'SJt toll
and we will tell it as it was told us. Jrer-
fc OUf readcr8 win rcmember that.
Bill -Wallace has a weakness for coffe pots
- - . . n.tnraliz.tion.ners.
wcjr a 8fc0rt time ago. Coffee-Pot Bill
and Beef Bill (Licler) arranged matters
to travel through Clearfield county on an I
electioneering wur, mercy uy way
relaxation,- ot coarse. j.neir muue oi
conveyance was a carnage. Before start
ing a wag found out the intention of these
lUiainLoroclnrl natriitta " on tlPfl fin ftld
ff t f .runnin'e eeara ot ,neir
carriage. They traveled over a greater
portion of the county, lugging the old
cofleo Pot Wlth them, until some kind
incuu ;aiieu men ancuuuu iu m uuv
. . . . rvrii
a aI that the scene that took place there
ana men was awmi 10 oenoiu. oir
liams ranted and foamed at the mouth,
clenched his fists, gritted hia teeth and
ruthlessly tore the coffee pot from its re't
ing place and dashed it to the ground.
The Ex-Governor heaped curves loud and
long upon the head of the practical joker,
and swore that if there was any virtue
in "eternal vigilance," he would bring the
infamous 'scoundrel to grief, it it cost him
the "price of liberty.
r.w York f!r.rvrin?o House. DiJ
you eVer rs-lX tbi8 establishment ? It ia under
the Opera House, Main St., Johnstown. L.
Cohen &. Bro. are the proprietors. They sell
fashionable clothing, bats, caps, gents' tur
ttioli!ii rsA a rt Wa Via vo haan in thft
T: J-'." V;.
Ag to tte establishment, it is one of the roost
- . .... .. .
complete in all its appointments we nave ever
6een. while the prices exactly suit the times
" Iau lo E1T luera c" wucn uPPar-
a : or
jIow . WOMAN OT FasHIOX.
A ,ate wri,er lhag describes it: "Buy every
thing you don't want, and pay for nothing
l Ills is nit a, luis'ja&c. inn v i i-vuinu
r,. . 4, .... v i .1,1,.
a 5t at T. Uir'j Tnhna nrn I nil
T a it ,o, w,w o an v " F. " w ,
Pavs as she coes. Then her own happiness
and the nappiness of those around her are as
snred
Harvest. Though the harvest season
is about over' we know of no more timely ad
vice to give our readers than this "Make
hay while the sun shines." And we know
of no more appropriate way of following this
advice than for them to go to Y. S. Barker's
and buy what tbf-y need for self and family
while his extraordinarily low schedule of pri
ces obtair-s. It will not last long.
Buy From Frt. Miss Susan Sly said,
with a sigh, she really did'ut know why 'twas
I the ca3e her handsome face ne'er brought to
I 1 l .iff! Dl. IT 1 r J
her a beau. "Miss Susan Sh," a friend said,
nigh, 'tLe reason I'll unfold : your dress and
shawl and bonnet, all, their style and make
are old." Then -Susan Sly flew to one Fry,
who keeps a fancy sore a trous3eau bought
a ear "red-hot her beaux are now a
score.
Biggest, Best,. Cheapest. George
Huntley has flcknowledzerilv.the biggest bard-
wsre """ ""
the best stock to be found outside the large
l ' m.t. A trial zri11 innTini nnA anil flll that
he 8e"il3 everything, from a penknife to a
I mowing machine, at the very lowest margin
I of profit. Cah customers can always get a
nargain irom mm
.Four Hundred Thousand. We are
I - . . , , v.. .r.J
L coming. Father Abraham, with four hundred
thousand more. More what? Why, barrels
of flour, sugar and molasses candy every oue
of them to be left at H. A. Shoemaker & Co.'s
in Ebensburg.
Flour for the great.
Flour for the tall,
Flour in barrels and sacks,
And flour by the small.
The Telegraph. When tho much de-
eired event ol the completion of our telegraph
I shall have arrived, it is arranged that the fol-
1 lowing shall be the initial telegram sent over
lDe wires :
"ioai.wewOTu
I piic the heat flour, mira of it. and cheaner.
than any other dealer in Cambria county.
Vox Porcti.
A. A. Barker & Son.
Receive new goods
Every week.
Seasonable, fresh, cheap,
Large stock
This day opened out.
Come and see !
A bargain fcr you and you !
Big Tiiings. Johnstown has water
works, gas works, a steam fire engine, a roll
incr mill, a District Court, two Banks, tfce.
I but among the greatest of her institutions
I may De recsonea ner uaK nan uiotning a lore
I T u 0. T 1 I 1 Li
ru. wu ouugm
bl h th even of phiiadeiphia and Pitts
I bure,
I eastward llo I Westward the course
j of empire takes its way, but eastward the
YourDO Ul "uc , HT,K T, -
: 'Ea'si Ward, keeps .very large and Tat-
tractive stock of goods alwavs on hand, the
I which he sells at prices which defy competl
I tion
TTEw LIVERY and SALE STABLE.
V The snbscriber would resnectfnllv an-
nounce that they have opened a first class
Livery and Sale Stable, at the stables for-
merlT occupied by G. Gibson, Esq., on street
" 8la"0 nort.h f uiAmond " , .
Our horses have been carefully selected
with a view to safety, endurance, beauty and
speed. Our saddles, harness, wagons, ba
rouches, and carriages are new and of late
styles.
Horses bought and sold on commission.
A register will be kept in the office, and
farmers and others, having stock to dispose
of are invited, free ot charge, to record the
same therein. u
Careful hostlers always in attendance.
We hope to merit a liberal share ot public
patronage. . LEM. DAVIS, & CO.
Ebensburg, Aug. 19, 1869-St.
THE WORKING MEN'S CANDI
DATE. THOMAS McKERNAN offers himself as a
candidate for the office of REGISTER & RE
CORDER of Cambria county, subject to the
decision of all hones men of said county on
tha second Tuesday of October.
Cambria boro., Aug. 14, 1869.
L
AT E S T - A R R I V A 1 i
AT TBK LAaar A3D
ELEGANT NEW E00M OF
1 1
High 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
SUM M E It GOO D SI
GROCERIES!
Coffees,
Sugars, '
Syrnps,
Teas,
Molasses,
Candles,
Socp,
Spiers, Hams,
Oils,
Crackers,
Fish,
Cheese,
HARDWARE!
A general assortment of Hardware will al
ways be kept on band.
Q UEENS TV ARE !
In great variety.
F L OUR, FEED, 4c, &c.
Goods sold at lowest Market prices. Call
and see goods.
SS By keeping constantly on hand a well
assorted stock of goods the undersigned hope
to merit and receive a liberal share of pat-
onage.
june 10. ZAHM It SON.
56.
ESTABLISHED IN 1856.
C9.
TUB JOHXSTOWN
Is the oldest and largest in Cambria County
It is the place to buy jour
DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
It is the place to buy your
PAINTS AND OILS 1
It is the place to buy your
DYES AND DYE STUFFS !
It is the place to buy your
PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES,
HAIR RESTORERS and DYES,
PATENT MEDICINES,
and all tt cetera appertaining to a
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE!!
nnR STOCK IS THE
LARGEST EVER OFFEHED IX
THE COCSTY!
Agent for Davis, Chambers 4 Co.'s
PURK WHITE LEAD !
WHICH IS THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
Dealers can save freight by purchas
ing their (roods from our house. .Price lists
sent on application. C. T. FRAZER,
No. 201 Main street,
June 3. Johnstown, Pa.
M.
O A T M A N
DEALER IN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES !
consisting in part of
DOUBLE EXTR A FAMILY FLOUR,
GRAIN, FEED, BACON, SALT. FISH.
DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES,
ALL KINDS OF CANNED FRUITS ! !
SUGARS !
SYRUPS1
Ac,
TEAS 1
MOLASSES 1
COFFEES 1
CHEESE 1
tc.
Also a large stock of the best brands of
CIGARS AND TOBACCO !
fiy Store on Iligh-st,, three doors east of
Crawford's Hotel. feb. 4.
PATRONIZE YOUR OWN!
THE PROTECTION MUTUAL FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF CAMBRIA CO.
LO CAT ED AT EBENSBURG, PA.
. The above named Company, organised
April 6th, 1857, will effect insurances on
property at safe rates. Being particularly
careful in the risks taken, this Company pre
sents a reliable and cheap medium, through
which persons may secure themselves against
probable losses by fire.
Office on Centre Street, nearly opposite
tne "Mountain llouse."
JOHN WILLIAMS, PresV
RJ. Lloyd, Sec'y. & Treas.
Agents :
EVAN ROBERTS, Johnstown.
JAMES PURSE, "
JNO. E. ROBERTS, Ebensburg.
Ebensburg, Aug. 13, 1868.
TVTOTICE.
JLl The undersigned having withdrawn
from The Alley kanian, and a portion of the
accounts one tnat paper havme been assien.
ed him, hereby requests all parties indebted.
who will be notified of the amount of their
respective indebtedness to make immediate
payment either to m. H. Sechler, Esq., Eb-
enourg, or LAuS- 9 J E. JAMES.
TVT liiW GOODS ! CHEAP
XI . vujjsj
WHOLESALE AND RET All
CONFECTIONERY I
West end Cambria House, Ebea,bttrt
Proprietor.
ANOTHER LARGE STOCK
ANOTHER LARGE STOCK:
ANOTHER LARGE STOCj
OF CONFECTIONERY
Just received and for sale cheaper tb
ANY OTHER MERCHANT
in Ebensburg
cam Arroan to ssLl.
1,000 Pounds Stick. Candlti,
500 Pounds Fancy Canditt,
TOO Pounds Assorted,
lO Soxes Prunes,
7 Coxes Currants,
C,000 Doxes Prime Clgari,
&c, &c. c.
The attention of the public it called toiW
fact that in connection with my confectio.
ery is & nrst-ciass
RES T A UR A X T !
where will be served at til boun
OYSTERS, atewed or
HOT COFFEE,
PIGS' FEET,
TRIPE,
SARDINES,
DRIED BEEF, AC ,
IF YOU
WANT BARGAINS,
GIVE ME A
CALL:
7, 18C9. A. H. FALLEE.
Jan.
18
N V. W STO RE 1
NEW GOOI)3 I
NEW GOODS
THE PEOPLE'S ONE PRICED ST0L:
HIGH STREKT, SBEX8BCKQ.
ASK FOR FRY'S CHEAP STORE'
EVERYTHING BOUG HT SINCE ft
GREAT DECLINE IN PRICK
THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST STOCB
OF GOODS IN TOWN'.
BARGAINS !
NEW STOCK OF
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. UARDffiS-i
QUEENS WARE, iC,
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE AT T"
.
CHEAP CASH 8T0SS OF
iu the rooms formerly occupied by R- H-'
dor, on Higu-st.
JJAR GAINS IN DRY GOODS'A
BROWN MUSLINS,
BLEACHED MUSLINS,
CHECKS,
GINGHAMS,
TirKlS'GS.
SH1BT
D3NIMS,
DRILLS,
JEANS,
DELAINES,
PKIS-TS
boots and siioes:
Men's Calf and Rii Boots,.
Ladies Congress Ga'tets,
and French Moroco bhoes,
Children's Shoes.
BARGAINS IN GROCERl
it:
COFFEES, '
SYRUPS, MOLASSES, SIM'
SOAPS, CANDLES, sritw.
AC, C, AC.
HARDWARE IN GREAT YAB I
QUEENSWARE AND GLASSW
CARPETS AND OIL CL0&
A bpuntifnl Bsortment on bni '
sale cheap.
PROVSI0NS !
HAM, LAB&
SIDE, BCTT
SHOULDER, EGSSc.
MESS PORK, CHKts
FISH, c.
COUNTRY PRODUCE1
... for4
taaea in e5cv - a r.
Poll nA k ronvincea ,ur
cheaper than any other store
ottick RALES AND SMAU'7-r
Mar 13, 63

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