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Ileuuty, Wll uud oii.
Iu a bower a widow dwelt.
At her feet three lovers knelt ;
Each adored the widow much ,
One had wit. one had gold.
Oue was cast in beauty's mould ;
Gueas which was it wou the prize.
Tongue or purse, or handsome eye 1
First began the handsome man.
Peeping proudly o'er her fan ;
Red his lips and white his chin
Could Buch beauty fail to win
Then stepped forth the man of gold.
Cash Le counted coiu he told ;
"Wealth the burthen of his tale
Could such golden prospects fail ?
Then the man of wit and seri.se
Wooed her with hi eloquence ;
Now she heard him with a sigh.
Then she blushed, scarce knowing why,
Then she smiled to hear him fpeak.
Then a tear was on her cheek ;
Beauty, vanished gold, depart !
Wit has won the widows heart.
A Picture of War.
From the New York Metripolitau Record.
A battle-field in which masses of men
are moved hither and thither by a guiding
human intelligence, at one moment hurled
with almost the celerity and deadly cllect
of thunderbolts on this or that point, and
the next gathered up into solid columns
immoveable as the eternal hills ; a battle
field in motion, as it were, with its soil
ploughed by charging squadrons, its at
mosphere heavy with the thunderous
smoke and at intervals lit up with the
lurid lightning of war, is, it must be con
fessed, a fearfully magnificent spectacle,
and one well calculated to impress the im- I
agination powerfully. It is wonderful to
fee intelligent human beings, under the
stern and salutary influence of discipline,
rivalling the precision of machinery, and,
in the face of the enemy, executing the
most dangerous and complicated military
manoeuvres. Glorious are the Hashing
flags and ordered lines, the furious charge
and frantic rally, soul stirring the blaring
trump, the drum, the crashing cannon, and
the rattling volley.
Hut when the battle is over and the
human waves that surged across the ii-ld
are still and silent, and the tide of life
that gave it strength and fullness has ebbed
away, the battle field presents a diligent
sight. Who can look on it then with a
thrill of exultation'? Where, then, the
quickening of the pulse, the rapid cours
ing of the blood, the exultation of the
spirits? Where the flashing eye and
Hushing cheek, the wild excitement, the
fever of expectation, the temporary aber
ration of mind, during w hose continuance
reason and feeling were dethroned, and
passion supreme? Gone, vanished with
the smoke of the last volley, died out
with the last sounds of strife. It is a
graveyard now, a Haceldaina, from which
we turn with hon or and rcmore.
Amid the details that have reached us
of the battles in the wilderness, there is
enough of agony and suffering to wring
the kindly heart with sympathy, and to
sting the most callious into feeling. There
lay the dying and the dead, the maimed
and wounded, young and old, weltering
in their blood through the chilling night
and the long burning dav. l'oor fellows!
their's at least, was no lip devotion to !
principle ; they had sent no substitute to '
the war ; they were not bleeding vica-
riously, nor dying by proxy ; they had j
asked no man to do that which they re- !
fused to do, nor to bravo that which they J
shrank from facing. Gallantly did they j
bear themselves through the conflict, and j
yet we doubt not, as they lay upon that j
hard fought field, their wish and hope, (
their longing and desire was
The brawler and braggart may clamor for j
war, the truly brave man is not ashamed !
to raise his voice for peace. And surely !
the battle-field can best teach its value, !
for what uninspired tongue can equal the
mute eloquence of that inanimate preacher j
of peace. Cang lowing phrases or sounding
periods touch the heart like pools of blood I
and hills of slain t Can owerful argu-
ments or passionate pleadings move or !
convince like the Bubdued moans and ago- :
nized shrieks that ring above the lattle
field, rising like the protest of outraged !
humanity to heaven ! j
An element of horror not usually found j
in battle-fields entered into and added to
the dire terrors of these scenes. Fire was
among the wounded The very battle
field was on fire. Some Union soldiers,
while prepairing their food had inadver
tantly set the dry leaves on fire, and the
flames went roaring and leaping over
acre?, consuming everything in their way.
The wounded, who lay gasping in the
sun, paw the approach of this new and
formidable foe, agaiust w hom flight alone
could give them any chance, and as they
could not fly braced themselves to meet
him as they might. hat the Confede
rates left undone he fini-dicel, an
1 the i
charred remains attested the extent
11 ,lls -
ravages. una untoward acctent caps
the climax of horror and impart.-' to the .
battles of the Wilderness a dread dislinc- j
tion. The immagination shrinks aglmst j
from endeavoring to pierce the misterv '
that shrouds their last moments, and the '
i . i ii ,u . c '
heart, in shuddering sympathy, turns from
this strange new horror on the "field of,
Vnor ;" but no cars save thoee dull as the I
' dead can be deaf to the supplication which
rises from these blood-stained fields, and
! which sounds like the. cry of a war-weary
oul " Give us, O Lord, iacc m our
fcy As a father and son were jogging
comfortably along toward a neighboring
: town, the father volunteered the following
: dvn'n " Now sonnv. when we get there,
vou keep your mouth shut and no one w ill
find out that you are a fool." When
they arrived at the public inn, there hap
pened to be several gentlemen present who
had a pleasant word and smile for the
youth, but all their inquiries failed to
elicit any replies from him, when a gen
tleman spoke to a friend in an undertone :
"I guess that boy must be a tool.
Whereupon the boy heating this called
out to his father: "Daddy, they've found
&y Why so late ?" said a school
master to a little urchin, as he entered the
room on a cold slippery morning.
" Why, sir," replied the boy. " for
every step I took forward, I slid back
"Indeed," said the teacher, "how did
you get here at all, if that was the case "
" Oh," said the boy, scratching his
head on finding himself caught, "I turn
ed round and" walked the other way.
C5" The husband of a pious woman
having occasion to make a voyage, hi3
wife sent a written request to the clergy
man of the parish, which, instead of spell
ing and pointing properly, namely, "A
person having gone to sea his wife desires
! the prayers of the congregation," she spelt
I and pointed as follows : " A person
having gone to see his wife, desires the
j prayers of the congregation."
1:i-ank. V. limy,
Having adopted the
Cash system, offers the following Wares at
less than eitv retail prices :
10 to 40 gallons
3 quarts fo 40 gallons.
ail sorts and kinds.
sisi:kt I ISO" WARE,
EXAM EL ED TJXXED IROX WARE
copper wai::; made to order
SAD IRONS r.r SMOOTHING 1HOYS
COOK I NO STOVES. ECO STOVES
IIEATIXO COOK ST OVA'S
BRADLEY COOKING STOVES .
TENT. A BBOTT & NOBLE,
and every other Pittsburgh or Philadelphia
manufacturer's stoves always on hand or
procured on 6 elavs notice
ODD PLATES AND GRATES fur Stoves
always on hand.
CARBON OIL LAMPS.
Clkts . to
$1.2.-., U1LMNEYS and
all s"zes, constantly on hand.
TOASTING FORKS, OYSTER BROIL
ERS, JELLY Cake Moulds. Table ami Tea
Spoons, COAL BUCKETS.
Price list now ready for the Trade,
and M'-rchants are respectfully inv'ted to
call and examine our Wares, send fur
for a catalogue before purchasing
The above goods wi!? he furnished
WHOLESALE Oil RETAI1 .'
JOIINSToW'N STOVK oV HOI SE FUESiSHlNP
Opposite the Weigh Lock.
FRANK W. HAY'S WAREIIOUS,E
and save tirentij percent, on your purchase
Johnstown March, 13. 18G3. tf.
Jaiase to uud from Europe.
R. A. O. KERR, Alto'.na, Pa.,
Agent for the following Lines.
The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company
Gahvay and New Yoik Company.
Sable and Sears Line.
Washington Line of Sailing Packets.
Side drafts given on the Bank of England.
National Bank of Ireland and Btanches.
April 10, 1SC4 ly
rSWE undersigned Graduate of theBalti--1
more College of Dental Surgery, respect
fully offers his professional services to the
citizens of Ebensburg. He has spared no
means thoroughly to acquaint himself with
every improvement '.n Lis art. T
'var? of Personal experience he has thought
i T l ni ! 1 1 t I'M 1 rr. I : c . i ...
..ur. in. cAjierienceoi tne hlgh-
e.-t authorities iu Dental Science. Il cC
ply asks th.U an om,ortuitv mav 1
f.,r 1 is work to speak its own praise.
SAMUEL BEDFORD, D. D. S
Ofiiee in Colonade Row.
, a 5 T lhn,L Jr' ' W R
Handy ; A. A. Blandv, P. II. Austen of Hip
p,alt5moVe qjVcco " ot the
(fcj-Will be at Eoensburg on the fourth
Monday of each mouth, to stay one week.
"XOT A HUM DRINK !
A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
A PURE TONIC,
That will relieve the afflicted, and
NOT MAKE DRUNKARDS.
DR. HOO ELAND'S
G ERMAN B I T T E U ' S ,
DR. C. M. JACKSON,
Will effectually and most certainly.
CUKE ALL DISEASES
Arising from a
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
will cure every ca&e of
Chronic oi Nervous Debility, Disease of the
Kidneys, and Diseases arising from a
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SYMP
TOMS RESULTING PROM DISOR
DERS or ti:k DIGESTIVE ORGANS :
Piles. Fulnes-? or Eiood,
to the Head, Acidity of the
Stomach, Nausua, Heartburn,
Disgust for Food, Fulness or
Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eruc
tations. Sinking or Fluttering at the
Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the
Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing,
Fluttering at'the Heart, Choking or Suffoca
ting Sensations when in a lying posture,
Dimness of Vision, l)-:ts or Webs be
fore the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain
in the Heal. Deficiency of Perspi
ration, Yellow ness of She Skin &
Eyes, Pain in the Sl'e, Back,
Chest, Limbs, &e. Sudden
Flushes of Heat, Burn
ing in the "Flesh, Con-
staut Imaginings of j
Evil ami great !
Depression o f !
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Will give you
A G O O D A P V E T I T E . j
Will givo m 1
STRO'NG HEALTHY NERVES. i
Will give vou
BRISK AND ENERGETIC FEELINGS, j
Will eiiabJu vu to
Aud will positively prevent
YELLOW FEVER. BILL10US FEVF.R.&c.
Those Sufi .-rins from
BROKEN DOWN AND DELICATE CON
STITUTIONS, From whatever cause, either in
MALE OR FEMALE,
Will find in
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
That will rc.-iore them t their usual hea'th.
Such has bvn the case in thousands .if in
stances, and a fair trial is but required to
prove the assertion.
From .Ve.. At-M'o;i lln.trn, l. l . E Jitor
of the Encjvlipe.Ua f Rrlijimts Kiicl
Although not disposed to favor or rceom -mend
Patent Medicines in general, thmuh
district of their ingredients and effects, I yet
know of no sulliritnt rea ons why a mm
ii;.-iy not testify to tl.e benefits he lie'ieves
Lhnsely to have received from any simple
preparation, in the hope that he may thus
contribute to the benefit of others.
I do this the more readily in regard to
Hootland's German Bitters, prepared by Dr.
C. M. Jackson of this city, because 1 was
prejudiced against them for many years,
mider the impression that they were chiefly
an alcoholic mixture I am indebted to my
friend Robert Shoemaker, Esq., for the re
moviil of this prejudice by proper tests, and
for encouragement to try them, when suffer
ing from great and long continued debility.
The use of three hollies of these Bitters, at
the beginning of the present j-ear, was fol
lowed by evident relief, and restoration to a
degree of bodily and mental vigor which-1
had not felt for six months before, and had
almost despaired of regaining. I therefore
thank God and mv friend for directing me to
the use of them. J. NEWTON BROWN.
Philad'a. June '23. 1S01.
Diseases of Kidnevs and Bladder,
IN YOUNG OR AGED, MALE OR EE
Ara speedily removed, and the patient re
stored to health.
Those suffering from MARASMUS, wasting
away, with scarcely any flesh on their bones,
are cured in a very short time : oue bottle
in such cases, will have a most surprising
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 by ex
posures and privations incident to camp life.
In the lists, published almost daily in the
newspapers, on the arrival of the sick, it
will be noticed that a very lare proportion
are suffering from debility. Every case of
that kind can be readily cured by Ilo .f
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 proprietors are daily receiving thank
ful letters from sufferers in the army and
h ospitals, who have be-n restored to health
by the use of these Bitters, sent to them by
Should your nearest druggist not have
the article, do not be put off by any of the
intoxicating preparations that may be offer-,
ed in its place, but send to us, and we will
forward, securely packed, by express.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! See
that the signature of " C. M. Jacksou" is on
the wrapper. Principal Office and Manu
factory No. 031 ARCH Street. JONES &
EVANS. (Successors to C. M. JACKSON
& Co..) Proprietors.
CO- FOR SALE, by H. C. DEVISE
Ebensburg, Penna.. and by Druggists and
Dealers in every town in the United States
PRICES. Largo size (holding nearly
double quantity), $1,00 per Bottle half
dnz. $5,00. Small Size 75 cts. per Bottle
half dz. $1,00.
July 8, 1863-ly.
Johnstown Marble "Works t
A NEW STOCK!
The subscriber has just received a
lanre and handsome invoice of.
Italian and American
comprising the largest and finest
Btock of the kind ever brought to
Johnstown, at his establishment
on Franklin Street, where he is prepared,
with an adequate force of experienced and
skilful workmen, to execute all kinds of
MONUMENTS. Mantels, Tombstones. Ta
ble aud Bureau Tops, &c, as cheap as they
can be purchased in any of the cities.
A large stock of Gkindstones on hand
and for sale low.
10s" Prompt attention paid to orders from
a distance and work delivered where de
sired. JOHN PARKE.
March 13, 18G2.
Call and Examine the Goods.
fBUlE subscribers having returned from
H the city, have niw 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 couutry, which they will
sell at as low a figure as any store in the
country. Their stock consists of
i DRY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTII-
ING, BOOTS AND SHOES
of all kinds. Ladies' Dress Goods of all kinds, i
French Merinos, Delaines, Silks, Alpacas,
: Plaids, 5bc. Their stock of Gmcaiies C'-n-j
sist of the best articles the market affords of
j COFFEE, SUGAR, TOBACCO, S,C.
! Their Cutlery is c-f the best manufacture.
Their QUEEN'S WARE and HOLLO W
j WARE are of the finest quality. Ladies
s who wish to make a good investment should
call and examine for themselves,
j All kinds of country produce taken, and
i greenbacks not refused. Give us a call, and
we will endeavor to give von satisfadtion.
j May 18, 180 4 E. GLASS St CO.
i Four-fifths of time aud i an labor saved
j by using
j ISAAC C. SINGER'S,
I NEW AND COMPLETE TIRE AND
! BAND BENDER.
I Patented March 10, 1803. Its chief advan
j tages are
I 1st. Having stiong gear wheels to obtain
power, one man can operate it to bend cold
1 wagon tire, any wi.e under 1 by 4 inches,
j 2d. Bavin? moveable collars, to hold the
; bar square on the portable rollers, it takes
i all twist out of the bar, while bending in a
j 3d. It can be shifted to bend to any do
sired circle from one, up to twelve feet, in
4th. Having a moveable centre post , which
can be quickly taken i.ff, tires- and bands
are easily taken out.
oth. The epper ril'bed roller will always
draw the bar through.
Cth. Being ttiajed and numbered, a card
with dirc-ctioi s, accompanies it.
The Machine in "iod (oil the j.-.urnals)
running order, bolted upon a strong piece of
timber, without Ie?s or crank, for 25, or
with leps and crank for $?,).
All cash orders promptly attended t
CC?" State aud County Rights for sale.
ISAAC C. SINGER.
Ebensbutg, April G. 18G4-Iy
J beimbui g iiook Store.
u Just received
a fresh stock cf Paper, &c.
White ami Clue Laid Cap.
Plain White dp.
White ami !:!uo LaU Tost.
Octavo Note Guilt Eilpe.
H'ank Doeils, Mortjrfifre", aud Bcrnls.
Blank Summons and ilxecutiims.
Tuck Pass Books.
Arnold's Writing Fluid.
St el Pens ninl pen H- l ler.
Envelopes Large ainl Small.
Copy Books and Mncelape.
Books of various "kinds from 10 cts. to SI. jO.
Segars and Tobacco and various other No
tions of the 1 (.. t quality.
.fust, received two new first class Novels,
'VERY HARD CASH." by Charles Reside,
and PAURKLL MAUKIi AM," by M. E.
April 13, 1801. JAMES MURRAY.
A N D
wmmm estaelishme et
f I U1K subscriber, having greatly enlarged
iL his BAKERY and replenished his
stock of GROCERIES and CONFECTION
ARIES, is prepared to supply orders, on
short notice. He has also added to his
store, many other article such as
FLOUR, SUGAR. COFFEE, CHEESE,
SALT. TOBACCO & SEGALS, SPICES.
TOYS, NOTIONS, &c.
CARBON OIL at the lowest retail prices.
A fine lot of CHRISTMAS CANDIES,
CAKES and Christmas PRESENTS, to
which he solicits the patrouage of the pub
lie.. He has, also, attached to his establish
ment, an OYSTER and DRINKING SA
LOON, where fresh Oysters, Sardines and
prime ALE and PORTER can be had, at
Dec. 2, 18G3.-ly.
AT THE PEXX'A IIA1LR0AD DEPOT
MEAIjS BEADY OX THE ARRIVAL
OF ALL TRAINS.
J. II. CLARK & CO., Proprietors.,
Sept. 23, 1803. tf
j OB WORK
OF ALL KINDS
DONE AT THIS OFFICE,
ON THE. SHORTEST NOTICE
AND AT REASONABLE PRICES.
A pure and wonderful Tonic, corrective and
alterative of wonderful tflicacj in disease
STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS.
Cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Head
ache, General Debility. Nervousness, Do
pression of Spirits, Constipation, Cobc, In
termittent Fevers, Cramps aud Spasms, and
all Complaints of either Sex, arising from
Bodily Weakness whether inherent in the
system or produced by special causes.
Nothing that is not wholesome, genial
and restorative in tts nature enters into the
c.mpositiou of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH
BIT'lERS. This popular preparation con
tains no mineral of any kind, no deadly
botanical clement; no fiery excitant: but it
is a combination of the extracts of rare bal
samic herbs arnl plants with the pure:t and
mildest of all diffusive stimulants.
I' is well to be forearmed again?! disease,
and, so far as the human system can be
protected by human means against maladies
engendered by an unwholesome atmosphere,
impure water and other external c; u-cs.
HOSTETTER'S BITTERS may be n 'ud
on as a safeguard.
In districts infe.-ted with Ffrer ait'! Ar-t.
it has been f( u.t! infallible as a pu rer. tie.
aud ii resistible as a remedy and thousands
who resort to it under apprehension f an i
attack, escape the s-cour; e; ami thousands
who neglec t to avail tin nisei ves of its pro- ;
tective qualities in advance, arc- cured by a
very brief course of this mai vclous medicine.
Fever and Ague patients, after b'. ing plied
with quinine for months in vain, until fairlv
saturate! with that dangerous alkal-.i. are
not unficqucntlv restored to health w ithin a
few davs by the use of HOSTET'i ER'S
BITTERS. ' j
Tne weak stomach is rapidly invigorated '
and the appetite restored by this areeabh- :
Tonic, and hence it works wonders in cases i
of Dispepsia and in less confirmed f 'r:ns j
Indigestion. Acting as a gentle and pain
less apperient. as well as upon the liver, it
also invariably relieves the Constipation ;
; pet induced by irregular act ion of the di j
gestive and secretive organs. j
habit, li'.blc to Xfvrr.H.v '
A't'jrks. I.wii: f Sjiril.1 and Y.' of;
Laihttur, find pronipt and permanent relief ,
fiom the liitt-rs. The testimony em this j
point is mjst conclusive, and bom both j
The agony erf Bilious Colic is immediately j
assuaged by a single dose of the stimulant,
and by oe'casioual'y resoi ting to it, the re- j
turn of the cr niplaint may be nrevented.
As a General Tonic. HOSTETTER'S j
BITTERS produce effects which must be
e-xperience'il or witnessed before they can be I
fuliv appreciated. In cases of Conxfifitfioii-
tfe II 'eaLin'.xs, FraiKiture Dcrrti and Debil
ity and Decrepitude arising from C)!d Age, !
it exercises the e'ectric influence. In the
ci'iivalesce r.t stages vf all disease's it operates
as a delightful invig.i'.ant. When tie
jiowers fif nature are lelaxe'd, it operates to
rc-iuforce and re-establish them. !
L:ist, but not least, it is The Only Site
Stimulant being manufactured from seund
and innocuous materials, aud entirely free
from acid elements present more or less in
all the onlinary tonics and stomachics of
V r :i t .1 i
-o laiii'.iy nieewciiie orvs eieen so iiiuver- i
sally, and, it may be truly added, deserved j
Iv popular with the intelligent jiortione.fi
the community, as HOSTETTER'S BIT- j
Prepared by HOSTETTER & SMITH, j
Pittsburgh, Pa. j
Si-lel by all Druggists, Grocers and Strc- j
keepers everv where. I
March 0, i8G4.-!y.
JOHM B. FROMALD
TRIM MIXGS , EMDU OlD R 1
CLOAKS & SHAWLS,
Cornets, lbi)eel Skirts, Pert umer3', Lad
ies' and Children' s Shoes, Gloves, Ilank
erchiefs, Fancy Goods, notions, Src, &c.
MAIN STREET, JOHNSTOWN, Pa.
Nov. 20, 18-31. ly.
WILLIAM P. RATION.
JU lUHIdUf I
tutu as common insor Cuairs, Fret Back
Chairs, Vienna Chairs. Bustle Chairs. Rim
Backed Chairs, Sociable Chairs,
Cane Stat (Stain,
ROCKING CHAIRS, OF EVERY SIZE,
SPRING SEAT CHAIRS
Settees, Ijounges. &c., &c.
of every description anel of latest
STYLES, WITH PRICES TO SUIT THE
Tastes of all.
Thankful for past favors, he respect
fully fcolicits a liberal share of public patron
age. Clinton Street, Johnstown Cambria
' Co. Ta.
November 20th, 1861. ly
Fodrth A Arch Streets,
ARE OPENING FOR SPRING, 1864,
100 pes. $1. Fancy SILKS. 60 jk. In,;m
Silks, SI. 100 pes. good Black Silks. 200
pes. Ordered Plain Silks- 4-4 LYONS
Black Silk VELVET.
Brown SILKS, 16, 5. 4, 3.21 per yard.
Black do $6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, du
Moire Antiques, all colors.
Richest Chintz rs and Percales. Spn;,.,
SHAWLS. New Household STAPLE
ALSO, a general assortment of ME"S
March 1C, 18G4. 3
fThe undersized bavin:
liosseisioll of the Ehenhnr-.
House (formely oeupied by Ik-nry Poster )
v;:i; le happy to receive and accomm d
"te Lis old customers, ;vnd all others who
mru- be disposed to patronize him. V, e
j HOUSE. STABLE &
( je can offer at ieust
j d-itions as can be had
i i"MirLiii in-i. .ishm-u iroui me s"naci. us
other facilities that
as eoixl jiocomnio-
at anv other in t:,e
place. He is in possession of a large supply
of the choisest liquors with which his bar
will be furnished; his table will be fun
i.-hed with a'l tli luxuries of the season, nvA
he intends by his hospitality aud care, t i
A. 1 . J- 1
mini, i lie patronage oi uii t.iose who si
Eben.slurg April, 17. ISOl. tf.
nni inuM wnnn?
(FORMERLY OF THE ALTOONA HOl'SK.'
wir.i. take c ii Anon or tu:;
APRIL 1st, IPO J. where be would oeth.L
fu! for a call from all .his fiie-ids.
m -S ,'C4:'':r,
JOHN A. F.LAI R. Proprietor.
THE PROPRIETOR will sparo no
to render this lb 'tel. worthy -f a :::in,1.--t
ion of the liberal .'hare of inhl:c pa:n:i
age it has hoi o'o;e received. lii-t.i! .
wiila'wavs b.- fiiVii.--h'-d will; lie.- best
b I II';
:e. ;,. ': u ill be att'-;
;d diliLrir. !io. tier,
irg Apr. 17
Ilotvuiil issotlat Ion,
the ur.Lir.F of the
an i Distress, d, arH:eted ith Viiul
and Chronic disease.-, and cpce-raliy f r t
Cure of Diseases of the v.u.d Organs.
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by ;i
VALUAP.LF. REPOJC'IS on Sp'-rma' r
iheea or Seminal weakui-.-s, and utii.ir 1 ' s
ease's of the Sexual Organs, anel !. the
NEW REMEDIES e mployed in the I.,p. .
sary, sent t the aflli.Jte i in sealed letter en
veiepes, fre e ef charge. Twe or three s'aivj s
f -r lustaie will lie acceotal'le.
Acting Surge n. Ilow arel Association,
South Ninth Street. Philadelidiia, l'a.
MAIXSTHEET. JOHNSTOVX I'A
LEWIS LUCK II ART, begs leave to an
nounce that he iias always a large and varie-d
assortmen of ail the various articles peculiar
to his business. Repairs promptly and
carefully atteiuleel te.
Johiiatown April, 17 1861. tf.
HARNESS ! AND SADDLERY
The undersigned keeps cemstantiy on
hand and is btili manufacturing all articles
in his line Mich as,
FINE SINGLE & DOUBLE HARNESS
BLIND BRIDLES. RIDING BRIDLES,
CHECK LINES, HALTERS, WHIPS.
which he will dispose of at low prices -:
His work is all warrante-el, snd being ex
perienced, he puts the best of leather in hi
work. Thankful for past favors, he hopes.
by attention to business to merit a continu
ance of the patre.nage heretofore so liberal
ly extendeel to him.
! Shep above the store of Robert Davi.
Persons wishing good anel substantial llar
uess can be accommodated by.
Ebensburg Dec, 11, 1861-tf.
; 3GO acres 1'2T( perches and
allowances, of valuable COAL LAND, situ
ate near the Pennsylvania Railroad, at
Summerhill Station, in Croyle Township,
Cambria county, Pa. About 50 acres of the
land being cleared, anel thereon erected a
dwelling house aud barn, and other improve
ments, also an excellent orchard of fruit
trees. The aliove tract contains aud abun
dance of ceial of a superior quantity. (
drift being opencel,) and will be sold on rea
Applv to Poland, Jenkins Co., Ba.tt
more, Md., or to J. W. Stiatton, New York,
city, or to Wm. Kittell, Esq.. Attorney--Law,
POLAND, JENKINS & CO.
J. W STRATTON,
April 15, 1863-tf. Owners.