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The Farmers' DepftHment.
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The Poor Farmer. We saw the other
day io one of our exchanges, a little para
graph .with "thU heading, in which it was
justly paid that a '.'poor farmer cannot con
ceal the fact that be "is a poor farmer'
Nothing can be truer. His work lies bc
lore the world. Every passer can look
upon it 'and recjrd his judgment There
are his house, hij barn, his out-buildings,
his implements, hid horses and cat'le. If
he is a poor farmer it will be seen in all
v.,. li So vprv house-card and barn-
IUC3V. - ' J J
vard sr-cak of his want of industry
thrift, in clear language
Yel there is no
one more difficult to instruct or re'orui
than the man who is determined to puue
his own wretched course, in the face of
all his neighbors and the wW.e communi
ty. And there are two reasons for it.
First, ho loves the rum bottle ; and if not
this, then he is Daturally lnzy and a poor
devil generally. In citt.er case he has no
future to live and work for ; no pride or
self-respect. If he is spoken to on the
subject, he replies that he thinks his mode
of managing his farm the best ; he was a
farmer bred, his father a farmer before
him; and he has nothing to learn from
the jimcrack course of modern days, by
.which, though tho land may yield more,
the cost in making it do so is far more
ti.n w hp losrs As to his implements,
when they are worn out, he may think
-v., no- Athprs. hut sees no use in
hrnwin? tools awav that acswer
-nV An to his house and garden,
.v emp his father had. and if
IUSI uiw -
tofa rrntA Cnlin f n for hie father, what
right had be to complain ?
He has little to send to market, and
that a kind neighbor takes and tells for
him. Ask him why he does not raise
more for marketing, aod he replies that it
does not pav ; the time and expense con
sumed in going to market, the wear and
tear of horses and wagons, come to more
; than what can be made out of it. He has
reckoned it out and knows. If asked why
he does not substitute a different variety
of corn, oats, or other gram, lor that Irom
which he derives only half a crop, he re
plies that he gets along well enough with
what he has, and it is adapted to his land,
while new sorts may not be. ...
Everything is managed or mismanaged
in the same way. Look at the broken
helvings of his hay wagon j his cart with
a wooden linch-pin iu one of the axles ;
the whecl-barrow with one leg ; the roller,
plows and harrows exposed all the year
Tonnd to the weather, and some of them
still lying where they were last used ; the
gears tied up with twioe; me Darn-aru
fence broken and tho catt!e roaming
through th6 meadows and tearing to pieces
his aouple ot poor hay-stacks; the hogs
rooting up the orchard and eating up the
roots of the remaining gra?s; the fence in
irontof the house blown over by the wind
three or four months ago and still lying
-there; the approach to the house thick
with mud ; coal-ashes, flat-stones or boards
ar to be seen. .Eiveryttung indeed is la
keeping, and however unpleasing and even
painful i'. may be to others, aod however
impossible it may seem to others that the
'poor farmer cannot but see it and deplore
; tnn thmitrh helnless to improve, it is
not so. lie does not 6ce it. He will not
know it. He likes it as it is !
: Mixed Stock, in Pasture. I no
ticed, some time ago, a good deal written
about keeping a mixed stuck in pasture.
As I have been a keeper of stock from
early youzh until now, I venture to give
my opinion. And first, I have found that
sheep do very well amongst cattle, but cat
tie do badly amongst 6heej.. To prove it.
let the farmer take the fodder left by the
attle, even when part of it has been trod
den under their feet, and if the sheep are
not fully fed, they will Fee the sheep eat
it uovcry greedily; and then let him take
what his sheep leave atd offer it to his
cattle, aod he will find they won't taste it
;f ihev ran fet auYthinjz rise : or let him
turn his milch cows into a fheep pasture,
and he will find them to fail in milk.
Cattle do verv well where horses pas-
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tare. In proot ot this, every iarmer must
v.ro .cn that cattle will eat the litter of
horses, even if fully fed, but horses wou't
eat what cattle leave, unles compelled to
do so. Rut horses and sheep will do well
in the same pasture, especially the horses.
To prove this, let the farmer turn out the
sheep from their yard and turn in his
horses, and they will eat all the sheep
have left, even the litter around the racks.
HEW TYPE !
NEW TYrE !
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE NEATLY
ON SHORT NOTICE!
The public in both town and country are
- respectfully invited to call at
TIIE ALLEGHANIAN OFFICE !
rben in want of Job Workof any description.
We are at all times prepared to print
GIVE US A CALL 1
jgy Orders from
diiiaace promptly at
GOODS FOR 18G9'.!
WHOLESALE AN V
A. A. BARKER & SON,
High St., EBENSBURG, PA.
A A. BARKER & SON have received and
optned out, at their Store, on mgnoireei,
th lir Summer stock of goods for '68. ' ,
MERINOS, PLAIDS-, , POPLINS,
ALPACAS, DELAINES, - Viwia,
CLOTHS ' 1 ' .tiADOlWIitlJiO,
SHAWLS AND UL.UA iviu
Kvery strle in the market;
HOSIERY, GLOVES, AND KNIT GOODS,
HATS a CAPS, 300TS SHOES.
W HIT E GOODS,
embracing new styles of . . .
NAINSOOKS, SWIPS MUSLINS, MULLS,
TARLETONS, WHITE CRINOLINES,
BRILLIANT CORDED SKIRTING.
" consisting in part of
AND SWISS EDGINGS AND
INSERTINGS, - -BANDS,
COLLARS; SETTS, -THREAD
Cheaper than ever.
Tha celebrated '' "
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT,
" " the best in use,
Sold at the very lowest market ratet.
QlAMASKS, TABLE COVERS, CRASH
BROWN ft DAMASK T VBLE LINENS,
FRINGED HACK, DIAPER AND DAMASK
HONEY COMB QUILTS,
- - ALLENDALE QUILTS,
PILLOW CASE LINENS,
PILLOW CASE MUSLINS,
SHEETINGS, CARPETS, RUGS,
HASSOCKS, FLOOR CLOTHS, &c , ic
Of all sizes, widths, and prices
A full stock of
BOOTS $ SnOES, JTATS CAPS,
NOTIONS, PERFUMERY, &c.
A good assortment of
UARDWARE, QUEENS WARE,
We keep constantly on hand
Corn, Oats, Vegetables,
Middlings, Chop, And a general
Shorts, Bran. variety
Butter, Eggs, of articles
Lard. in this line.
We have constantly on hand a complete
stock of Family Groceries, comprising Su
perfine, Extra and Family
Buckwheat and Rje Flour, Corn and Oat
Meal, Hominy, Hulled Barley, Bacon,
Sugar-cured Hams, Dried Ueet.
Salt hj tbe barrel and Sack Salt for Table
U8e ; Goshen and Western Reserve
Cheete; Crackers of all kinds.
Complete assortment of French Spices.
Sperm, Adamantine Mould Candles
Soaps, Castile, Rosic, and all other kinds.
Rio and Java Coffees.
Black, Imperial and Young Hyson Teas.
Hard, Soft, Pulverizei and
Syrups and Molasses of all kinds.
Dried Apples and Peaches.
Mackerel, Herring, Salmon.
Coal Oil and Turpmtine.
Lard, Whale and Linseed Oils.
Paints ot every description.
Scrub, and Horse Brushes.
&c, &c, &., &c, &c.
DR UGS AND PA TENT MEDICINES.
All kinds of
IRON AND NAILS.
Buying twice ns large a stock as any other
merchant in town, we buy cheaper, aud can
therefore sell cheaper, than any competitor.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS !
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS I
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS I
The public is invited to call before purcha
sing elsewhere. No charge for showing
goods, buy or not buy.
Customers waited on by polite and atten
ggy Cherry, Poplar, Spruce, Pine, and
other Lumber, Butter, Eggs, and Country
Produce generally, taken in exchange for
T L. LANGSTROTH'S PATENT
Li. MOVABLE COMB BEE HIVE I -
Pronounced the best ever yet introduced
in this county or State. . Any person buying
f, family riaht can have their Bees transferr
ed from an old box to a new. one. In every
suit has been-entirely satisfactory, and the
first take of honey has invariably paid aU ex
penses, and frequently exceeded them. Proof
of the superior merits of this invention will
be found in the testimony of every man who
has given it a trial, and among the number
are the gentlemen named, below, and their
experience should induce every one interes" ed
in Bees to
BUY A FAMILY RIGHT 1
Henry C- Kirkpatrick, of Carroll township,
took 106 pounds of surplus honey from two
hives, which he sold at 35 cents per pound.
Adam Deitrich, of Carroll township, took
from two hives 100 pound3 of surplus honey.
James Kirkpatrick, of Chest township, took
60 pounds of surplus honey from one hive.
Jacob Kirkpatiick, of Chest township, ob
tained 12 nounds of surplus honey from one
hive, worth not less than $21, and the right
cost him only $5. '
Peter Campbell from one hive obtained 36
aa a. . A ? fc
pounds ot surplus noney ai one iime.
. wtfW Quite a number of similar statements,
authenticated by some of the best citizens of
Cambria county, could te obtained in proof
of the superior merits ol Langstroth's Patent
Movable Comb Bee Hive.
Persons wishing to purchase family rights
should call on or address
Nov. 26, 1868-tf Carrolltown, Pa.
Ho! every one that wants Pictures,
Come ve to Ebensburg and get them I
Having located in Ebensburg, I would very
respectfully inform the people that I am now
fully prepared to take
in every style of the art, from the smallest
Card Picture up to Life Size. -
jggy Pictures taken many weather.
Every attention given to the taking of
Photographs painted in Oil, India Ink, or
Water Colon. -Your
attention is called to my
FRAMES foe LARGE PICTURES,
also, Copying and enlarging done in the very
best style of the ait.
I ask comparison, and defy competion.
Thankful for past favors, 1 solicit a con
tinuance of the same.
Gallery on Julian street, three doors
north of the Town Hall.
augl3 T. T. SPENCE, Photographer.
EMMON & M U It 11 A Y ,
EBENSBURG DRUG & BOOK STORE!
Lemuos & Mtjkcat, dealers in
Fancy Soaps, .
Prayer Books, Bibles,
Cigars, and Snnff,
Pure Liquors for
Note and Billet Paper,
Ebensburg, August 20, 1868-3m.
E W T A 1 h O R S II O P !
The subFcriber has removed his Tailor
Shop into KEADE'S JSEW BUILDING, on
Center atreet, near Colonade Row, and re
spectfully informs his old customers and all
the rest of mankind that he is now prepared
to manufacture all kinds of
GENTS AND YOUTHS' WEARING AP
PAREL, in the latest 9tyle of the art, with neat
ness and dispatch, and at low rates.
JEy Persons needing work in ray line are
respectfully invited to give me a call.
D. J. EVANS.
Ebensburg, Aug. 13, tf.
EW CHEAP CASH STORE!!
The subscriber would inform the citizens
of Ebensburg and vicinity that he keeps con
stantly on hand everything in the
GROCERY AND CONFECTIONERY
line, such as Flour, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, all
kinds of Crackers, Cheese, Smoking and
Chewing Tobacco, Cigars, &c.
CANNED PEA CUES AND TOMITOES!
Also, Buckskin and Woolen Gloves, Woo'.
en Socks, Neck ties, Ac, all of which will be
sold as cheap if not cheaper than elsewhtre.
A full assortment of Candies !
ESSf Ice Cream every evening.
aue-131 R. R- THOMAS
ES J. LLOYD,
Successor of R. S. Bunn,
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, AND DYE-STUFFS, PERFUME
RY AND FANCY ARTICLES, PURE
WINES AND BRANDIES FOR MEDI
CAL PURPOSES, PATENT MEDICINES, Ac.
Letter, Cap, and Note Papers,
Pens, Pencils, Superior Ink,
And other articles kept
by Druggists generally.
Physicians1 prescriptions carefully compounded.
Office on Main Street, opposite the Moun
tain Houe, Ehensburg,Pa. auglS
HTUIOS. J. LLOYD,
I Dealer in
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS,
EBENSBURG, CAMBRIA COUNTY, PA.
The higheBt market price will be
paid, in cash, for all kinds of good Lumber.
jg"Particular attention paid to filling all
orders." . LauB 13-
URAilAM BLAINE, Barber
Shaving, Shampooing, and Hair-dressing
done in the most artistic style.
Saloon directly opposite the "Moun
tain House." . , augl3
NATIONAL SOAP AND CANDLE
Wholesale dealer in Soap, Candles, Groce
ries, Liquors and Fish, at city prices.
Main st., JOHNSTOWN PA.
1OOT and SHOE EMPORIUM !
Tbe subscriber begs leave to inform
the public that be has opened out a Bootand
Shoe Store in the rooms formerly occupied
by Davis & Evans, on Center street, Ebens
burg, where he will carry on the business un
an extensive scale.
READY-MADE BOOTS and SHOES . . '
For sale at City Prices.
BOOTfa AND SHOES made to order
On shortest notice !
ggTue puolic are invited to give me a
call. I will sell cheap as the cheapest, nd
warrant my stock and malte to give eatisrac-
tion. Jangl3J junn u.r,VAJS.
OB WORK of oil kinds done at
THE ALLEGHANIAN OFFICE.. -
Y Joirs WitKiH, Proprietor.
Thin house has '- been refitted, and offers
operior accommodations to any other house P
in town. The proprietor, after long experi- f.
...a in the business, feels confident he under- l
stands the iwants of , the public, j His table
will be supplied with all the delicacies of the n
season. i v cuuawu .-.hvv.mw.vi., v.-..
to merit a liberal share of ' public patronage.
August 13, 1868. ; ,
UNION HOUSE, t
. , EBENSBURG, PA.,
Jerome A. Plott. Proprietor,
No pains will be spared to render this hotels
worthy of a continuation of the patronage
it has heretofore received. Tbe table willd
always be turnished with the bost the market 3
affords ; the bar with the best of liquors, j
The stable is large, and will be Attended by J
an attentive hostler. . ag 13. tt
LOGAN HOUSE, t I-
EBENSBURG, PA t
lmc Cbawtobd, ""'f; , J
The Logan has been thoroughly rentteu
and refurnished, and now offers superior n--
ducements to tne puunc. - v. V
Bar inferior to none in the State, and b.
bling of the very best. Laug 1J -p
Cos. Cuktox & Locust bts.,
. JOHNSTOWN. PA.,
Wm. Linton, Proprietor.
This well known house has been complete
ly refitted and refurnished, and is now pre-
pared for ihe reception or gusis ai urf
ble charges. . . aug 13
OUNTAIN HOUSK, -
Tl. P. Linton & Co.. Proprietors.
The Table is always supplied with the
choicest delicacies. The Bab is supplied with,
choice liquors ; and tbe Stable is attended by.
careful hostlers. Boarders taken by the week,,
month or year. RUg 13
HEMLOCK, CAMBRIA CO., PA.,
Otto Heixy, Proprietor.
This hotel is situated immediately along,,
n!rf the railroad deDot. and is the most con-,t
venient stopping place in town for travelers.
Aug. 13, 1868.
AMRRIA HOUSE, '
Henbt Foster, Proprietor.
The first class position among first class
Hotels will be maintained in the future, as u
the past, by the Arcade.
3. E15Y&CO.. J
And Commission Merchants.
522 Market St., between Fifth and Sixthr
We have constantly on hand a general as
sortment of all kinds offish in large and small
naclriiffog which Wft will Sell low for Cash OB,
khnrt credit. Also. Duncannon Nails and!
Spikes of all size, constantly on band and to
sale at Manufacturer's prices. augl$
TC. JENKINS, ?
Wholesale Dealer and Receiver of t
FLOUR AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE, i
Also: REFINED OILS, p
Checkered Front, 273 Liberty St.. w
jBQy- Prices current and Marking Pkttes
eent to shippers. arg!3
ENSON, CAMPBELL & Co.,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 507 Market St., Philadelphia.
gg- Refer by permission to A. A. Barker,
ARNES, OSTERUOUT, HERRON
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
No. 503 Market St., above Fifth st.,
WHOLESALE -.&S, .
CALDWELL & FRY,
Wholesale Dealers in
406 Market street, Philadelphia.
I. C. CALDWELL, ftUg. 13 WM. W. TRY.
P. THOMPSON, with
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
HATS, CAPS, FURS, STRAW GOODS, LA
DIES HATS, K1BBUINN,
MILLINERY GOODS, &c, &c.
No. 415 Market-Bt.
JAS. W. KIDDLE, J. TUTEKT SMITH,
JNO- C. SHEKBORSK, W. CALVIN MOOKE
T IDDLE, SHERBORNE & CO.,
rj Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
438 Market St., below 5th, and 433 Merchant
street, Jaugl3 PHILADA.
JACOB K. SMITH. J. R. BELTZEB.
MIT II & SELTZER,
Importers and Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE,
GUNS, CUTLERY, &C.
No. 409 N. Third st., above Callowhill,
HENRY JACOB, vith
W. M. GORMLY,
Wholesale Grocer, dealer in
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS, SYRUPS, MO
LASSES, FISH, SALT,
OILS, RICHMOND TOBACCOS, &c,
n49 No. 211 Liberty Street, Pittsbub.u, Pa.
TUSH, MILLER & CO..
JL TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS,
408 North 3dSt.,
Manufacturer of and
W holesale and Retail Dealer in
HAVANA and DOMESTIC CIGARS, PLUG
FINE CUT CHEWING and SMOKING
TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, SNUFF
BOXES, akd CIGAR CASES,
"At the sign of the Indian," Main st.,
Sept. 3, 1868 , Johnstown, Pa.
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AT THX LAKOT AXD
i .ELEGANT NEW ROOM OF
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
S U MM E R GOO D S I (
Fish, ' Oils,
A general assortment of Hardware will al
ways be kept on hand.
Q UEEXS TV ARE ! ,
In great variety.
FLOUR, FEED, 4c, &c
Goods sold at lowest Market prices. Call
and see goods. ; .'
JKffi By keeping constantly on band a well
assorted stock of goods tbe undersigned nope
to merit and receive a liberal share of pat
onage. june 10. ZAHM & SON. :
ESTABLISHED IN 1856.
Is the oldest and largest in Cambria Coun y .
It is the place to buy jour -
DRUGS AND MKDIClNKHi
It is the place to buy jrour
PAINTS AND OILS I
TAILOR and SliOl SllOrS, "'.
Where fine and coarse Boots and Suffer; ITnc
all kinds of Gentlemen's Wearing Ap
parel are made to order, promptly,
and in fashionable style.
. t&A full line of Cloths, Cassimers, Cas
sinets, Ac, constantly on hand. In the Shoe
Department are kept tor sale Shoe Findings
of all kinds, and a prime assortment of Up
per and Sole Leather. sep3
yilOLESALE AND RETAIL
TIN, COPPER, k SHEET-IRON WARE
Having been East and purchased my stock
when prices were low, I am now prepared to
offer cash bnyer3 better bargains than can be
bad anywhere in
My stock consists in part ot every variety of
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER AND BRASS
ENAMELED AND PLAIN SAUCE 1'ASS,
FRENCH AND ENGLISH HEAVY W ARE,
Made without seam out of Double Tin,
Unsurpassed in beauty and cheapness,
PIE FORKS, CORN POPPERS,
COFFEE MILLS, IRON SKIMMERS,
MINCING KNIVES, SLAW CUTTERS,
And every article ycu need in the Kitchen.
Particular attention given to
VALLEYS AND CONDUCTORS 1
1 am sole agent in this place for the
HEATING AND COOKING STOVES.
Odd Plates for repairs constantly on band,
as well as other make of Stoves, which will
be sold at prices to please.
GRATES and GRATE FRONTS,
of all 6zes, with
CAST IRON FENDERS,
Furnished at Manufacturers Retail Prices.
I would call particular
stock and prices of
attention to my
Consisting in pari of all varieties of
WICKS, OIL CANS,
Which I am retailing at Wholesale Prices.
SUGAR KETTLES, CAULDRONS, STOVE
Ail sizeB, constantly on hand at reduced
Special attention given to
In Tin, Copper, or Sheet Iron, at lowest
MERCHANTS' WHOLESALE LIST
Now ready and will be sent on application
man or m person.
star- iioping to see all my old customers
and many new ones this Spring, I return my
moat sincere thanks for the very liberal Dat-
ronage I have already received, and will
deavor to please all who may call, whether
iey ouy or not. uall on or address
FRANK W. HAY,
RUSl3l .Tohnstowx, Pa.
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JEaT"All kind3 of Job Work
on reasonable terras.
juxv v TO YOUK FEE1
The subscriber, having disDeDsprf , v
sale of Eastern-made w?rk aPa tt -'?
his establishment, i. Sit :A?eCll
W fT T1T11T .
ttji.u fenewea ener 'r
T BOOTS AND SHOES'
He has in h employ a corps of comn,
workmen, and asserts that he c? ,P
out a oetttr Boot or SW
cimilar -ct.H;,l . UJ
umeM in Umbria Conn.
e aim a trial and K.
Particular nttntinn .,
. w u jmjn l0 tI)e man.
FINE FRENCH CALF SKlK BOOTS '
Good work, moderate prices, acd ss&faL
guaranteed in all c aEes.
Boot3 and shoes repaired prompt ui,
a workmanlike manner.
Shop ou High-st., one dew tu. A
viuwiuru s iioiei.
GIVE ME A CALL!
ang. 13 JOHN D. THOMAS.
SADDLERY AND HARNESS!
The undersigned keeps constant!
hani and is still manufacturine- all artifU
in his line, such s
FINE SINGLE AND nOFRT.F. nRvrc;
BLIND BRIDLES, RIDING BRIDLE;
VERS, WHIPS, BREECHBANDS, .
uv wm dispose of at low pritii
-Vs f rflrrantedTand being tw
rienced m .basines. I i uses only theber.
of leather. ThaJLfernI J or past favors, k-
hopes by attention to business to merit 1
continuance of the patronirrvje Leretofore k
. i n a 1 .1 . A .:.
lioeraiiy ciicuucu iu uiui.
Shop above the tin store Thomaa
Williams, High st. l'ersons wiAhicg fov.
substantial Harness can be accommouiUvi
J6 All persons indebted to me re
quested to call and settle as soon as posiihV,
as I need money.
HUGH A. M'COT.
TRICES REDUCED !
JL JOHNSTOWN MARBLE WOKC
The subscriber has just received a 17
and handsome invoice of
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MARBu
comprising the largest and finest stock of i
kind ever broueht to Johnstown, at hii
tablishment, on Franklin Steeet, where iu
prepared, with an adequate force of ei?t'
encea and skillful workmen, to exerure .
kinds of MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES. 1
BLE TOPS, BUREAU TOPS, MAMLLs,:
as cheap as they can be purchased in asj'
A large stock of GRINDSTONES on ;
and for sale low.
Articles of my manufacture can be pure-
sed at the Hardware Store of .Mr. OfOf
Huntlev. in Ebensburg.
ggy Prompt attention paid to oraersm
a distance, una wont Qinertu ni"'"
1 1 . 1 J Unra new;
red. rauel3l JOHN PAfiab-
T ORETTO MARBLE wuia--
1 J The undersigned begs leave to m
the citizens ot uamDria ana acjumii.;, ";;
ties that he has just received a stock of
finest Italian and other Marbles at 11 11 -
lishment, in Loretto, Cambria countj. i
Monuments, Tombs, Urate Ztoius, uu" -Bureau
tops, manufactured of the most 6f
tiful and finest quality of Foreign ana i.-;-tic
marble, always on hand and made to 0
as cheap as they can be purchased in ttff
in a neat and workmanlike mauno,
the shortest notice. .
The public are respectfully invitfaur
me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
am confident that my wors auu K
saiisijr any person ucftirn-g v c
a mm . j otiririi.i:
Now is the time to get a cheap
auel31 SAUP &
LOCATED AT EBENSBURG h .
The above namea oiu".m :.s
April 6th, 1857, will eflect i"u';".f5
property at safe rates, vein t t
r . . 1 i tk. .:.Vi .il-on this Con.,
ono o rolluhU nnrl rlieaD medium
which persons may secure themsen- -
probable losses by fire.
Office on Uentre atrecx,
the "Mountain House." ....cr
R J. Lloyd, Sec'y. & Treas.
EVAN ROBERTS, Johnston
JAMES PURSE, ''minrf.
JNO. E. ROBERTS. Ebent-f
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uraers sent to -.r.. nror-,i
Rush House, PittsDurg, -
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Manufacturers J ljg
coxmt-. will be prr'
PATRONIZE YOUR OV-,
THE PROTECTION MUTrALJ
IVSTTRANCE COMPANY OF C.U4