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TIte I'tizzletl L'eusiM Taker.
HT JOHN .
M Got any boys?" the Marshal said,
To a lady from over the ILiiue ;
And the la.lv shook her fl ixeu head ,
And civilly answered ' .
Got any girls?'' the Marshal said
To the lady from over the Rhine ;
And again tlie lady shook her hea l,
And civilly answered " rnV-.'"
" But some are dead ?" tV M irshil
To the lady from over the Rhine
And agaiu the lady shook h r ! nii
And civilly answered "nine!"
" Husband, of course ;" the Marsha! said
To the lady over tin Rhine ;
Aud ngaiu the lidy sho-k her ft ai.il Leal.
And civilly answered ' nine!"
The- d 1 you have ??' the M oh.il s ii I
To the lady from over the Rhine ;
And Again he shook h?r fi.ixcu ln-.-id,
And civilly answered nine ."'
Now what do you mean by shaking your
And always answering; " nine?'
" JrJi keun nirht English;" civilly siid
The lady froru over the Ehine.
Xein," pronounced nine, id the German
The House was given up to-day mainly
to the district of Columbia business and
fun. In the last it rather out-uid itself,
and the acting Speaker at last declared an
adjournment to get rid of the turbulence,
while half the members were shouting for
r yeas and nays vote.
I lad we a Shakespeare in those thn-,
what a theme for successful tragedy would
he find in the American Congress. He;
could study human nature in a new and j
melancholy phase, and develop and per
sonify it in character that would eclipse
the fame of Hamlet or Othello. It is
doubtful if a scene similar to th-i one
described has been enacted in the nine
teenth century. Tho law-makers of a
suffering country given over to fun and
While hundreds of thousands of brave
men have gone forth at their country's
call, and death is holding high carnival in
their midst while sorrow for the fallen
pervades nearly every household in the
land, and anxiety is depicted on every
countenance, Congress devotes its day to
Gold at a large premium th" finances
of tho country tottering the public con
fidence exhibing symptoms of alarm ail
prices advancing speculation rearing its
air castles soon to bo dissolved into noth
ingness and the great heart of the nation
throbbing audibly with anxiety and fear,
yet Congress waxes merrv over the specta
cle and indulges in a day of fun. t
The energies of the people are taxed to J
nieir utmost saenhees are called for ami
freely made, such as find no parallel in
modern times the arm of labor is weak
ened, productive industry curtailed, self
denial ami privation made necessary to
persons of limited means, the windovs of
the K)litical heavens seemed ( pen and
" The tempest weaves its thickening gloom,"
vet Congress heeds not tho awful reality,
and in mockery of the public urief, revels
in clamorous merriment. How long is
this thing to last When will the public
good have its day and a resectable hear
ing in the halls of legislation ? 1 1 ,v long
in vain shall the people yet I urn to Con
gress in painful, prayerful tu.xieiv for
7,ue measures ol wis.fom atid patrutiMn i
that will dispel the sun-omiding gloom, j
They have waited lon.r ,,..( C.'u- I
ve waited long an.l patiently and 1
it is not unreasonable that tliev should do-'
tt-i'it,.i n .1 , . i
hull- uj mis cxmgiesSioiial inn
turbulence. It is not a question for iio'.iti-
ieiice. ii iieeMv Concerns everv I
citizen, ins property and happiness. There j
may oe tun in Congress, hut there is sad- j
ness out of it. There may be gaiety in I
th drawing-rooms of shoddy, bat there I
are distress and soberness at the firesides I
of the jeople. It is time that member j
of Congress knew this, or knmvin.r it" I
made better use of the knowledge. The
blc figure in the pages of Eurypides, but
what kind of pictures will the revelries of
the present Congress afford in the volumes
of some future Hancroft. J ul,,e (aim)
Jonlt IlllUiipra' Prayer.
From tu many friends, and from things
at luce ends, Good Ixird deliver tia!
From a wife wlio don't luv us, and from
children who don't look like us, Good
Ixrd deliver us !
From snnix in the grass, from snaix in
our hoots, from torch-light processions and
from all nu rum, Good Lord deliver us!
From pack pedlars, from young- folks in
luv, from old aunts without money, and
from kolcra morbus, Good Isrd deliver
From wealth without charitcc, from
pride without seno fVoni pedigrees worn
out, and from ail rich ivla.-huns, Good
Ijrd deliver us!
rom nuscpai-ir sels, :md from pds that
aint fisick, froi
out females who faint, mid
from men who flatlet
Good Ijord deliver
From virtue without fragrance, fiom
butter that pmclls, from nigger camp meit
tingp, nnd from cats that arc courting,
Good Iord deliver us !
From other folks sekrets. and from our
wimmin committees, Good Lord deliver
From Pollytielans who pni, and from
Mints who tipple, inun n koiiee, nu Hea
rings, and all grass w'ulders, Good Iord
deliver us !
From folks who wont lalF, and from
tbein who giggle, from tite boot?. easy vir
tue, and rani mutton, Good Lord deliver
A lady once requested herhuski:
to infoim h.-r ki what dinvrenee there was i
! between the meaning ot export and mi us- j
rtr" . '
j " My dear," replied the gentleman, li if j
j you we're cjoW, I should bo iriiijorta!." j
; A pothouse politician was boa-ting j
' that he could bring an argument to a pint j
! as quick as any other man.
! You can bring a quart to a pini
i ...... ,,1 .1....1 l-nr " oticl-Vod a ;2.
e-y Self-love exaggerates our faults
well as our virtues.
1-imik W. Ilay,
1 Having adopted the
Cah system, offers the following Wan s at
less than citv it tail prices :
10 to 40 gallon
3 quarts to 40 gallons.
all sorts and kinds.
exam el ki) .s- tjs'xed irox ware.
cotper ware made to oudeh.
SAD IRONS or SMOOTUIXG 1110X8
COOKING STOVES. EGG STOVES
II EA T1XG CO OK ST O I'ES.
BEAD LEV COOKING STOVES. PA
TENT. ABB' TT & NOBLE,
and every other Pittsburgh or Philadelphia
manut';i'"turer's stoves always on hand or
procured n a davs notice.
ODD PLATES AN 1
GRATES for Stoves
GARDOXOIL LAMPS. rrnni n-Jct?.. to
11.25, CIUMXEVS and WICKS al wivs
all s"es, c.):::-tautly on hand.
ToSTIXG 1'niiKS, OYS.TER BR'
ERS. JELLY Cake Moulds. Table and
Spoons, C IAI. BUCK LTS.
Price Iit now r-ady for the Tride,
and M.-rchants are re.-peet fully i 1 1 -: t -1 t
Ca'l and exan.inw o ir Wares, sf in! ! ' r
a cat. 4 1
i Is fwhere.
The above iooils he furui.-ht d ,
WHOLESALE OK ULTAII .
JOHNSToWN ST"VK iV linrsK FITNISIUNO
Oppt site the Weigh Lock.
FRANK U II AY'S WAREHOUSE
and save twrii': percent, on youx puicha.,o
Jol-.nstov.il M ircli, 13. 1803. tf.
nluittoM n ,'uurMf Voili
A NEW STOCK !
i TI.." t isr ri -i-r iiivf n-ri I vc, 1
lar.e and han.lso.ne invoice
h.diai: and Ame.-iean
M R B I. V. .
comprising ti e largest and fme.t !.
tnc knvl ever tironnt to
Johnstown, at his
on Franklin Street
where he is prepared.
with at adequate force of experienced and
j-kilful workmen, to oxecut all kinds of
Mantels, Tombstones. Ta-
blc and Bureau Tops, &c, as cheap as they
can be purchased in any of the cities,
b,r- stock of ( i nix iSTO.Ks c-n hand
an'! f "r s:iIu IuW"
Pron.pt aUentioii paul to or lers from
'AUi dt I?
March BJ. 18G2.
j)uNuse t an d from I?urpc.
R. A. O. KERB, Altoona, Pa.,
.Agent for the following Lines.
'The Monacal Ocean Steamship Company
(Li! way and New York C'lnpany.
Sable and Sears Line.
Washington Line of Sailing Packets.
Side drafts given on the Bank of England.
National Bank of Ireland and Btanches.
April 1:3, lSc,4 y
TE I'I', undersigned Graduate of the Unl th
every improvement .n his art. To manv
years of personal experience he has thought
tf add tho imparted experience of the hin.
.,,al,r;t;.,.. n. ..oi .. f
; VY asks that an onnortnitv ma n ;.
, , .-v no,voo...i ,u iiiuii ocience. ue sim
, for his work to speak its own praise.
SAMUEL BEDFORD. D. D. S.
'i'uee in Color.ade Row.
rrt f. C. A. Harris ; T. E. Bond, jr. ; W. R.
Handy ; A. A. Blandy, P. II. Austen, of the
CO- ill be at EbenEburg on the fourth
' Monday of each mouth, to stay one week
-own, from mormons, and megum's
f.m " rr .i 'V"ay"xy'J. respect the trticle. do not be put off by any of the 1 CAKES and Ct
H t...1U I J.M.t.i.) ... I tr.r.... 1 W
f "" " ' ices io tlie ilitoxicating preparations that may be offer, which he solicits
citizens ot I-.nrcsliiiriT li,. Uj i . i ' . P 1 ' . J . ... .. , ,
,,, ,.,, , . 1' ' ' . "l'"''- .no j ed. in its place, but send to us, and we will i lie. lie lias, also.
-...j ..o ,ui,i i,ii;iscii Will) i frtr,.ir.l cppi, Pf.lv naeke.l he Pvnress I merit, an OlSTER
TOT A HUM DRINK !
A HIGHLY UUthMKA 1c I)
V EG ET ABLE EXTR A CT.
A PURE TOXIC.
That will relieve the afflicted, and
SOT MAKE DRUNKARDS.
G K R M A N B I T T Ell'S,
DR. C. M. JACKSON,
Will effectually and most certainly.
C U R E A L L DIS E A S E S
Ansms! from a
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
will cure every ca.-e f
Chronic o Nervous Debility. Disease "f the
Kidneys, anl Diseases arising fi' in a
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SYMP
TOMS RESULTING T'P.OM DI0R i
DEBS or t: k DIGESTIVE ORGANS : i
Piles. Fulness or P.iood,
to the Head, Acidity of the '
Stomach, Xausua, llf-artburn, I
Disgust for Food, Fulness or
Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eruc
tations, Sinking or Fluttering t the
Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the
Head, Hurried ami Difficult BrcithLg,
Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or SnfT ea
ting Sensations when in a lying posture,
Dimness of Vision, D-.ts or Webs b.'
fore the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain
in the Head. Deficiency of Perspi
ration. Yellowness of he Skin -V
Eyes, Pain in tho Side, BacI;,
Chest, Limhs, A'c. Sudden
Flushes of Heht, Burn
ing in the Flesh, Con
stant Imaginings of
Evil aiivl gr-.vit
Depie.-.-ioli o f
I HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BlTTT.RS
i Will give v-.u
, A G o O D A P P ET I T li .
; Will g:v you
: STRONG HEALTHY XLRVES,
i Will iiive v u
j BBISK AND ENERGETIC FEELING,
j Will enable von to
S L E E P W E L L ,
j And will positively prevent
Tho.e Snll .-rinir from :
P.R(iKEN DOWN AND DELICATE CON
IV . Til whatever cause, either in I
MALE OR FEMALE. !
Will find in ;
HOOFLAND'S GF.RMAX BITTERS,
A REMEDY '
Ti.at will ns'.ore tiieni t their u-ual hea'th.
Such has b-'.-ii the cas" in thousands of in- '
stances, and fair trial is but ivq'.i: c:! to j
prove t iie asset t ; u. j
From 11:-..I. X-irfon Iho,r. . Editor
A!thom-h not dis
t.ivor i t reeom
;et era! . t hr u
ii.'! elici fs, I yet
!.-. v.-i.v n, ill
mead Pi.tent Medicines in
h.stru-i of the;.- im:redi"i: t:
k:iow of a., safti. i.-tit r-
may lot testily t the beneti s ,4. Peiieves
l.iniseiy t" i.ave i.-eeive.! f;..;;, any simple i
preparati n, in the hope that he may thus ;
(.-..ntril u'e to the benefit of others. 1
I do tliis tlei moie readily in regard to i
Huotl.inu's Gerunn Bitters, prepared hv Dr. J
C. M. daeksT, ,,f this city, bec.iu.-e 1 was ,
! against them for many years.
uader th impression that they were chiclly
f an alcoholic mixture I am indebted to my
! fiiend Robert Shoemaker, Esq., for the re
movl of this prejudice by proper tests, and j
for encouragement to try them, when suffer- j
ing from great and long cun'inued dehility. ,
I The use of three bot'des of these Bitters, at !
i the beginning of the present year, was (of - I
j lowed by evident relief, and restoration to a !
j degree of bodily and mental vigor which !
iiad not felt for six months before, and, had
! almost despaired of regaining. I therefore
thank God and my fiicnl for directing me to '
1 the use of them. J. NEWTON BROWN. i
Philad'a. June 23, lhol.
Diseases of Kidneys and Bind U-r, J
YOUNG OR AGED. MALE OR FE i
Are .--pcedily removed, and the patient re-
stored to health. j
DEI ICATE CHILDREN. !
Those sufi'.-ring from MARASMUS, wasting
away, with scarcely any lles'n on their b.-nes, j
are cured in a verv short time : one bottle
in such cases, will have n i,i,t. sin l.risio-
AND THE FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS.
We call the attention of all having rela
tions or friends in the army to the fact that
-HOOFLAND'S German Bitters" will cure
nine tenths of the diseases Induced Ly ex
posures and privations incident to camp life.
Iu the lists, published almost daily in the
newspapers, ou the arrival of the sick, it
will be noticed that a very hirtre proportion
are suffering from debility, hi very case of
; that kind can be readily cured by Hoof
i land's German Bitter's. We have no hesi
! tation in stating that, if these Bitters were
freely used among our soldiers, hundreds of
lives might be saved that otherwise would
The oroorietors are daily receiving thank
ful letters from .sufferers in the army and
! hospitals, who have bo. n restored to health
I by the use of these Bitters, sent to them by
! their friends. -
Should your nearest druggist not have!
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! See
that the signature of " C. M. Jackson" is on j
the wrapper. Principal Office and Mann- 1
factory No. 031 ARCH Street. JONES Sc
EVANS. (Successors to C. M. JACKSON j
Or..-.,, t. Tn 1 TT 1 r.n-f ,r. '
(jCy- rou on l c , oy lx. yj. ora nt,
Kbensburg, Peuna.. and by Druggists and
Dealers in every town in the United States
PRICES. Large size (holding nearly
double quantity). J1.00 per Bottle half
doz. $5,00. Small Size 75 ct. per Bottle
half doz. $4,00.
July 8, 1863 ly.
Call and Examine the Goods.
riHE subscribers having returned from
A the city, have mw opened one of the
largest and most carefully assorted stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
ever offered to the people of Carrolltown and
the surrounding country, which they will
sell at as low a figure as any store in the
country. Their stock consists of
DRY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTH
ING. BOOTS AND SHOES
of all kinds. Ladies' Dress Goods of all kinds,
French Merinos, Delaines, Silks, Alpacas,
Plaids, itc. Their stock of Grocoiies con
sist of the best articles the market aflbrds of
i CO FEE E, SUGAR, TOBACCO, S,C.
. Their Cutlery is of the best manufacture.
Their QUEENSWAUE and HOLLO W
' WARE arc of the finest finality. Ladies
j who wish to make a good investment should
ca'l and examine for themselves,
i All kinds of country produce taken, and
i ijrecnb'vks not refused. Give us a call, and
we will endeavor to give von satisf.idtton.
i May 18, 18C4. E. GLASS & CO.
CAM1UIIA COIMY, SS.
t???2 Tho Commonwealth of Penn
i !JVfo sylvania to .John A. Kennedy,
'VJ!!.JSSJ1' Administrator of Michael Ken
i C'harles Kennedy, Mirgiret Ann, inter
munied with D rninick McPride; Mary
: M.idalen Kennedy. Auinstii.e Kennedy,
; Bridget E., intermarried with David Evans:
, D.imentck Kennedy and Jeremiah A.Fagan
; appointed miardian pro hue vice c.f Ellen
'; KeiiTieJy, Francis P. Kennedy, Thomas E.
i Kennedy and Lucinda Kennely. Gukkting :
We command you ar.d evtry of you that
! you do in your own proper persons, apj ear
' before our Ju lge at Ebcnsburg i'.t an .).-
i phaus Couit theieto he held on Monday the
! six'h day of .bme next at 2 o'ch.ek. P." M..
! to asiver D tner.ick Mcliiide. in a matter
i of iiis petition lor a decree to enforce the
, spe iiliio performance of a certain contract
entvied into between the said D nutneck
! Mcl'.i-iie an l Mtehael Kei.nedy, tlecM, in
his lifetime f(r the sal- .f ce rtain real estate
; in the townsliip of Carroll. Hereof fail not.
! Wimess the H.tioralle Cleor-e Taylor,
! Pie.-i lent dudii" -f onr said Court at F.l -ns-;
berg, the 10th ia ( fM.iv. A. D . 1 SV4 .
i " .1 AS. (JRi i-'FI X . ( r.erfc . ). C.
Attest: Ions Bcck. Sheiiif. my2.". ;4.
fl TO PLACKSMITHS.
Four fifths of time and !tirl labor saved
ISAAC C. SI NOEL'S.
NEW AND COMPLETE TIRE AND
Patented M.o-cb 10, 160:J. Its chief ad van
l.-t. Having strong gear
v.Leids to oi.tain
one man can operate it to t.enO Co!.!
the, any sd.f under 1 by 4 inches.
2 . Having moveablf collars, t. hold the
bar squ ire .-n the p rt able roller.-, it t..l'.' s
all twist out of the bar, while landing in a
3d. It can be shifted t' 1 end to any de
sired circle from one, up to twelve feet, in
'4th. H iving a moveable centre post, which
can be quickly taken oil, tires and bands
are easily taken out.
f.th. The i pi r ribbed roller will always
draw the bar through.
Cth. Being guaged and nun.berd. a card
with direct i...i s, accompanies it.
Tiie Machine in good (oil the journals)
running order, bolted upon a strong piece o;
or crank, for $25, or
, lv;j, errS ai.(j cra,-;
miitlv attended to.
Alt ca-h or
State and County Rights for sale.
ISAAC C. SINGER.
Ebeiisbiii g, April ti lt(i4-ly
j Ju.-t received
a fresh st.-ck ef paper, ic.
White au-i I'ilne Laid Cap.
Plain White Cap.
White and !',hn- I.al,l p.ot.
Oniuieivbd Lett .-i-.
(ictavo Note Guilt IMuo.
Blank Deeds, ,h,rtjj-!pe'-. hti1 Bends.
Blank Summons' mid execution.
Tuck Pa B-h ks.
Ainohl's Wilting Fiuhl.
Steel Pens an p,. Hl,lers.
i laiveinpc- lirge iiol Small.
oiiv biiaks mi l Miioeho'C.
j Books of various kin.ls t'roin 10 cts. to ?1."0.
Segsirs and Tuhaceo and various other No-
I tions of the best quality.
Just received two new first class Novels,
! "VK.RV HARD CASH." .y Charles Ke.ule.
; and 44 PAKRL'LL .MAHKIiAM," by M. E.
j April 13, led. JAMES MURRAY.
a x D
MUi subscriber, having greatly enlarged
his BAKERY and replenished his
stock of GROCERIES and CONFECTION
ARIES, is prepared to supply orders, on
short notice. He l,:ls aJso added to his
kiamu, iiiaur oilier articles sUCli as
) 1 -LOUi:. SCOAR. COFFEE, CHEESE,!
j SAL1. lOBAC'CO SEGALS, SPICES. 1
TOYS, NOTIONS, c. J
j CARBON OIL at the lowest retail prices.
Aline lot of CHRISTMAS CANDIES,!
iristmas PRESENTS, to :
the patronage of the pub- i
attached to his establish-
and DRINKING SA-
LOOX, where fresh Oysters, Sardines and
prime ALE and POUTER can be had, at
Dec. 2, 18G3.-ly.
AT THE PEXX'A RAILROAD DEPOT
MEALS READY OX THE ARRIVAL
OF ALL TRAINS.
J. H. CLARK & CO., Proprietors.
Sept. 3, 1803. tf
A pure and wonderful Tonic, corrective and j
alterative of wonderful etik-a-y in disease j
of the j
STOMACH, LIVER. AXD BOWELS.
Cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Head
ache, General Debility. Net vousness, Do I
pre.ssion of Spirits, Constipation, Co'ic, In- I
termitteut l evers. Cramps am! Spasms, ami
all tJonudaiLts of either Sex. arising fiom
R.HliSy Weakness whetlur intierent in the
system or pr.duced by special causes.
Nothms that is not wholesome, genial
and restorative in its nature enters into the
compoMtiou of HOSTETTEU'S STOMACH
BITTERS. This popular preparation con
tains no mineral of any kind, no deadly
botanical element; no fiery excitant: but it
is a combination of the extracts of rare l.'.il
-arnic herbs and plants with the pure and
mildest (.fall diffusive stimulants.
I' is we'd to be forearmed again t disease,
and, so far as the human system can be
protected by human means against mahidie
engendercd br an unwholesome atmo.-pliese.
impure Water and other ex'ernal c; u
HOSTETTLR'S P.ITTERS may be i-s-.d
on as a safeguard.
In districts infe-ted wit'n '. ct nn-f
::is been f. u.l.l inf.iliib!
:S a or.'
l i.i :ii
ae : th
ami ii resistible as a o-inel
who r.MTt to it uudt r ap
attack. sea;..- il.e i.-..i:! : e
who neglect to avail t : : v.,
t; etive qualities in n.'v.o;.
vcty l 'i tet course el t: :.-!:
Fever and A;:" oitient-;
r. ! h,.
with quinine f r m-M.
!'l V.un, liolil fa.il I t
satnratii: win, that o.i;iL.'er.
d 'ii. ait
' . , i . f, ,...n.n t ! - -..-..A 1 i.'lfK ,orl,.? .1
few dc.vs' bv the use of HOSTET'J PR'S
The weak sforn.ieh is raj. idly invigorated
and the appetite restored by this agr(L..b',
Tonic, and hence it works woiel. is in vec
of Dispcpsia and in less eoi.fomed f.T"ns i'
Indigestion. Acting as a geite and pain
app.-rient, as ( !!
;n..: me li c i
ilso invarnii.lv rc.ieve.- l.'.e i onupaiio:,
siq etin-hiced by irregular act on of the di
gi-stive and secretive or--niis.
Persons f feeble habit, liable to Xrroiif;
Afti'-ks. I.iitciirss of' Sj irif.i anil
Lawjiior, find prompt and permanent re
t from the Bitters. 'The
tc-stimoTiv on this
point is most conclusii
1 f om both
agonv of Bilious C
lie is imme.
nssiiaaei hv a single do-e of the stitr.u.ant
an.l 1 y occa-ionahy resorting to it, the re- !
turn of the cr.n. plaint mav be preventeb
As a Gcncial T.-nic HOSTETTLR'S j
BITTERS r,r.. nee elVects wh eh must he
experienced or witnessed before they can be
fullv ai.t.reciated. In cases tf Constitution
' liV'iwi".. Premature lhiy and Ieoil
i'.y ;ind Decrepitude arising from O'd Age,
it exercises the electric influence. In the
c .n vahs.'i r,t stages of all disease. it operates
as a delightful invigoiant. When ti
jHiwers of nature are iciaxed.. it per ites to
re-inf rce arid re-establish them.
List, but not least, it is The Only S-fr.
Stiwiloiit being manufactured from sound
and innocuous materials, and entirely fee
from acid elements present more or less in
all the ordinary tonics and stomachics of
the day. - "
No "family medicine has been so univer-
sally, an.l, it n.ay be truly added, deserved
lv popular with the intelligent portion of
the ,-om tn unity, as HOSTETTLR'S BIT-
Prepared by IIOSTETTER & SMITH,
Sold by all Druggist.-, Grocers and Store
March 9. lSG4.-ly. I
John bTro m ald
DEALER IN j
MILLIMARY & FANCY mmiil
TJUMMIXliS , E3WH OlU R l-'JS j
GLOAKS & ShAWLS.
G.rsets, Hooj.ed Skirts. Perfumery, 5 Lad
ies'an.l Children's Shoes, Cloves," Hank
ercbiefs. Fancy Goods, notions, AVc, &c.
M A I X STL E ET, JOHNS TOWN", P a .
Nov. 20, 1801. ly.
WILLIAM P. PATTON.
IIIJIJ I1IIMM1 liH I II li IiEll.
such as common Winsor Chairs, Fret Back j JJ 3GO acres 12 perches an l
Chairs, Vienna Chairs, Bustle Chairs, Rim i allowances, of valuable COAL LAND. situ
Backed Chairs, Sociable Chairs, j ate near the Pennsylvania Railroad, at
nT-iiir Snt ffttarr-e ! Summerhill Station, in Croyle Township.
VUIU c-- till vyLaUa, Cambria countv, Pa. About 50 acres of the
ROCKING CHAIRS, OF EVERY SIZE, land being cleared, and thereon erected a
V IMM XV V I. 1 rP TIM 1 H ' dwelling bouse and barn, and other improve
13 1 It 111 II TJlLlI I II Ufi. ments, also an excellent orchard of fruit
Settees, Lounges. Arc, Arc. ; trees. The alove tract contains and abun
'E1 -3Ea CIS j dance of coal of a superior quantityt (a
CABINET FURNITURE ' drift beins Pencd) and wiU be on rei"
of every description and of latest : sonable terms .... . 0 nlt.
STYLES, WITH PRICES TO SUIT THE APPL to I4olTm,,VJnkl"8 v ' Vnrk
m a. p ii j more, Md., or to J. W . Stiatton, New lors.
laSteS 01 all. city, or to Wm. Kittell, Esq., Attorney-ai-
llianklul lor past lavors, he respect
fnllv wntieita 1 1 )e r a 1 cliara r.f to. 1.1 i , , n f .-. . .
Clinton Street, Johnstown Cambria
November 20th, 1801. ly.
Fouktii & A ncu Streets,
ARE OPENING FOR SPRING, 18G4,
100 pes. $1. Fancy SILKS. 50 pes. India
Silks, 31. 1&0 pes. g'Hd Black Silks. 200
pes. Ordered Plain Silks- 4-4 LYONS
Black Silk VELVET.
Brown SILKS, $G, 5, 4, 3.21 p- r vat i
Black do ,0, 5, 4, 3. 2, 1, dj
Moire Antiques, all colors.
Richest CniNTZi-:s and Pikcalfs. Sp';n
SHAWLS. New Household STAPLE
ALSO, a g'-neral assortment of ME.W
STarch 16, 1&G4. 3 nios.
fit he mi
pi iSP .
e O' .rmeiy ..rupieo ny Henry ro.;tcr.)
be happy to veer-ive ;lrvl ae-.vuiniod-
ate his old LUtoim.r
may be disp-ised to
a'l all others who
p;itr..n;7.M ldui. T! t.
Proprietor feel-a.-.-u red limn trie spach us
, liOLSE, SlAiJJ.r. vVr other
he can f.cr at leat a.-
fi. in ties tiiat
aati- ns as csn te na.t i.t. anv
r la t:
jdice. He is in p.sH. i"ii of a large supply
of the cboisest liquors with which his h.-.r
will be foi nislieii; his table will be fu'v,
ished with all th luxuries of the season. !v
he intends by his hospitality and care, to
merit the patrouage of all t'..o. e who t ,
Ebcnsburg April, 17, 1S;1. tf.
COL. JOHN WOODS,
i rohMi:i:r.v or Tin: amomna Hwr.-i.
I w i i.i. t k f a r;o : .i t:::.
APRIL 1st. !-'0. !,.:
In! foi a ca'l from all
1 1 1-. i.
mm if ihe.
JOHN A. CLAIR. IV-. pra t
j YilE PROPRIETOR ;R
.er 11:1- ii
!-aru of p::bi:
shed ':. r:
har wrh ti.'.
o e i - .
..LeotiVe a. a
-g Apr.17 i
J2u.Till a.ss;t 1:; lun,
i with Vii tia1.:
and Chronic diseases, an
Cure of Diseases of the Si
e-pecial'.y t'. r ti."
VALUABLE REPORTS on Sp-rr
tlio-a or Seminal weakn-ss, aoo ot:...
eases "i tin? S.-XM.al i.l. g ins
of the Sexual O'gms. and
NEW REM EDI E emp-lovedin the D-;
sary. sent to the afiliete-1 in sealed letter
vvlopes, free of charge. Two or three sta.: ; -for
postage will be acceptable.
Address. Dk. J. SKI ELI N HOUGliTti
Acting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2
South Ninth Stutt. Philadvli'hia, l a.
Uuii, Ui:U UL ii Lijii I
MAixsTh'Ei:r. joiixstowx r.i
LEY 1 ICCj.i1 AU i ,egs leave to hu
LEWIS LUCK II ART.Aegs leave t.
nounee that he has always a large aud varc- l
' a-s-.rtmen of all the various articles pe-.-u'iar
; to his business. Repairs promptly at:l
j carefully attended to.
! Johnstown April, 17 1 801. tf.
HARNESS ! AND SADDLERY
The undersigned keeps constantly oi.
hand ami is still manufacturing all aitichs
in his line Mich as.
FINE SINGLE A: DOUBLE HARNESS
BLIND BRIDLES, RIDING BRIDLE',
CHECK LINES, II ALTERS, WHIPS,
.i v v n i. r - . i rtc f, -
, . t . M . px
- ' His work -.s all xvarranted t.i.(. l-eing ex
- j perienced. he puts the best of leather in ti;s
worR. i naiiKtm lor past iavoib, ue u.u-.
bv attention to business torierit a conti:;i
! ance of the patronage heretofore so liberal
j ly extended to him.
i Shop above the s-tore of Robert DavU.
j Persons wishing good and substantial Ilar
: uess can be accommoilated by.
! Ebcnsburg Dec, 11, 1861-tf.
- ; Law, Ebcnsburg, Pa.
POLAND. JENKINS & CO.
J. W. STRATTON,
April 15. 1863-tf. Owners.