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fairs of Government, and must be a care- !
ful repression of nil the .Instructive forces
by which the bands of society are 1oo.mii- ,
ed and license or abuse introduced into .
public or social action.
Of destructive forces constituting cnpi- j
tal causes of danger, corruption and la- ;
naticisin (befo.-e mentioned) ue nU"
ed as chief; and are they not now both in
existence, and conspicuous beyond any
former example in these United States 1
Are they not predominant characteristics
of the party which achieved success in
18G0, and has since held and now holds
possession of political power ? And can
there be hope of the future so long as
these destructive principles run their course
unrebuked and uncurbed ? The sound
..lomoiits of society must be brought to
the surface, the body politic must be
purged of its unhealthy elements, ami m
places of public trust, just and broad
minded, pure and tolerant men le substi
tuted for radicals and corrupt ionists.
im :ti l...-a Lent: then wil.
I lien win lire - ---i -
free individual action bo permitted ami
.x nnissable ; crime only will be punched J
and harmony and peaceful relations,
widely diffused prosperity succeed to
lene. intolerance, waste, bluood.-.ied
nnd debi.u.hment of the national life. j
C. II. liuckalew,
Samuel J. Randall
John 1). Styles,
S. E. Ancona,
G. II. Pendleton,
J. F. M' Kinney,
F. C. IjeUlond,
Chiinpton A. Whit.,
S. S. Cox,
Philip Johnson, j
('has. Deanison, I
Win. II. Miller,
A. II. C.'oilVoth.
W. 1. Noble.
W. A. 1 lute bins,
Wm. E. Finck,
James li. M a iis.
A 1 liTiih-iiks. J
J. F. M" Do well,
James A. Cravcus.
W. A. Hiekardson, A. L. Kuapp,
C. M. Harris, d. C. Kohinson,
John K. Eden, W. 11. Alonison,
I,ewis W. Ross, W. J. Allen.
Charles A. Eldrid-o.
Kr.sn c i.y.
L W. I Well, G arret Davis.
John S. Carlisle.
W. Sauisuury, Head Iiiddle.
A. J- lIoAlers
Washington, July 2 lbdl.
Ready ti nail Jown.
At less than half the ot of tin i .. !",.
Mcie durable than nr..
Suitable for steep or tlat n-of?
For all kinds of buildings, ia all chmat.-.-.
Easily, cbeoply, anl j lickly put on. Ne-h
n coating over with cenv-nt aft r it is
Mad of a wtrong woven fabric, thoroughly
aaturateil and covered upn both surface
with a perfcetiy waterproof composition,
and put up iu rolls ready l-r use IU h
wide, and 75 f.et long.
Wc also manufacture
FOR -LEA K Y T I N ROOFS.
Much cheaper and more durable tl.an o.'
C 0 M P O C N I) C E M E N 1 .
FOR LEAKY SHINGLE ROOFS.
Which will often save the cost of a new ro .1".
Samples of Ready Roofing and Circulars
sent by mail when desired.
Favorable terms made with responsible
parties who buy to sell again.
READY ROOFING CO..
73 MAIDEN LANE. N. Y.
June 22, J8M-0m.
FB1HE undersigned Graduate of the Bab.i
Jl more College of Dental Surgery, rc-pect
fully offers his proffcskiiial services to the
citizens of Elcnsburg. He has spared no
means thoroughly to acquaint himself with
rily asks thnt an fipnortuitv mav be "iver,
for his wcrk to speak it.s ow n praf.-e.
SAMUEL BEDFORD, 1). D. S.
Office in Colon ado Row.
Pn f. C. A. Harris ; T. E. Bond, h. w R
Handy ; A. A. Blandy. P. II. Aiisu-n, of the i
0r- Will boat Eoeiudmrg on the fourtj.
Monday of each month, to stay one week. '
An essay in the Hartnoriioin Ri hit ions j
between Divine Faith and Natural Reuson, j
f.r sjIo bv j
every improvement n his art. To many! I ,,,,s "y,"'-1; -rrio, rhctt Spiing
years of iiersonal experience he bus thou-ht i AND ST. ACUCSTINE.
to add the imparted experience of the hb'h !,e subscriber, having purchased the en-
ert authorities in Dental Science, lie. S,n I tire stock of Horses. Hacks, Girriaees. &c
TO AND FROM ENG
LAND, IRELAND AND SCOTLAND,
11 Y Tllli
GALWAY LINE OF j
MONTREAL do. do.
WASHINGTON LINE OF SAILING
Dtafts at sight for XI an 1 upwards, on
National Buck aud Brunches. Payable in
all the City's and Towns in England, Ire
land, Scotland and Wales free of Discount.
R. A. O. KERB.
May 25, 1SC1 ly. Altoona.
HIGHEST PHILADELPHIA RATES i
GIVEN FOR i
UHD. & BBL. STAVES
THEO. M. APPLE,
No.-. 102 & 104 Gatzmer St.
July 20 lSGL-ly.
HOW LOST, HOW KET0RE1).
tr.li x J ur-t published, a new edition
t lll. CU LV Eli W ELL'S CEL.
v k2&ci EBI'ATED ESSAY m the ra?i
col cure (without meJidne) of Si'F.kmatos:
TtifY.A, or seminal weakness, Livi'luut.uy
Seminal Losses, Imcotkncy, Mental and
Physical Incapacity, Iinredirr.cnts iu M:ir
riige. etc.; also, (V'N.-r.v.prinx. Kiniaa'-Y,
and Fi rs, induced by belf-indulgenceor sex
CCJ- Price in a seal-'d enve'pr-, i.,nl six
The celt 1 rated author in this admirable
ess iy eleaily demonstrate, from a tl irty
years sueecsfu! j Tactile, that the alarming
c usto'i -::ee of sell-abuse may be radically
cured without the danrerou ue of internal
raeilivine fir the application of the knife
pointing ort a mie of euro, at ence simj'le,
certain anil tti'-ctnal, by means ol which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition
mav be, ni.iv cure htnelf chentdy, private
ly, and rd'lU-i'.Uy. t
Zj- This Lecture should be in the hands 1
f every ytu?h a:..! every ma:; in the land. J
Sent, ut-ihr stal, in a plain envelope, to
any addn-ss, ji ist-p i't I, receipt of six
cents, or two pi -st stamos. Addnss the :
publi-hers. CI1AS. J. C. KLINE.V C) , i
127 P.OWERY, NEW YORK. !
J:n c 1."., '04 lv PostoiVue box toSf,. !
Tryi . Tit a
l'.OAlP sClll.M LK.
A .M. A. M. : P.M. P. M.
G a i ; l ! u .
C I'css. n ,
L E A V E EAST W A R !)'",
S u; '; Cl H ' , Er-
P. M. A.M.
A.M. i A. M-
Mineral P. hit.
1 l.u t
9.20 1.15 j 7.50 ; 11.25
ERENSSURG & CRESSON RAILROAD
On and after Monday, Maj , 10, 1S03.
trains on tlii- road wil! run as follows :
At 70 A. M . connecting with the Bait
mote Expre.-s West aud Thiough Ac.vm
At 0.40 P. M.. coniiectiug with the Mai!
Train West an 1 Through Express Hast.
At 10.45 A. M., or on chparture of Thro'
Accommodati m West.
At 0.15 P. M., or on denarture of Express
East and Mail West.
ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Supt.
f,f th" late loin of Ryan & Durbin. bees
i leave to inform bis fiieuds and the public in
KeC""l that he is now prepared to furnish
j them with every accommodation in his lino
' b :.-itifcss. His line of Hacks connects
Wlth a11 tho trains on the Ta. R. R.. allow-
mg passengers no delay whatever. Calls
mways promptly attended to.
JOE F. DURBIN
I - tto, June 20, 1864-ly.
I' OF ALL KINDS
DONE AT THIS OFFICE.
JOT A HUM DRINK!
A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
A PI KE TONIC,
That will relieve the rflhcted. and
NOT MAKE DRUNKARDS.
DR. 11 00 ELAND'S
G E R M A N 15 1 T T E II ' ,
DIE C. 11. JACKSON,
.ctuali'.' and most'eevt'dnly.
c u n i: all i) i s i: a s i: s
Arirmg trim :i
J UOOFLAND'S GERMAN HITTERS
1 will cure every cue f
'; Chronic oi Nervous Debility, Disease of the
1 Kidneys, and Diseases arising (mm a
; Lis;rdered Stomach.
J OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SY.VP-
! TOMS RESULTING TT10M Dl0U
i DERS of t; e DIGESTIVE ORGANS:
Pilrs. Faints? or liin.o.
t . the Head, Acidity tf the
St.-n;ach. N.iiwua. Ilearihurn.
D:gu.-l f-r Food. Fulin-.-s t
Weight in tils' Stoniifh, Soiu Kruc
tatioiis, Sinking or Fluttering at the
Pit f the Stomach, Swium.u.g f the
Head. Hurried and Dhlini't Bre.itLiv-,
ITutteriiig at th He:ut, Choking or Snft'-. a
c as.it it.
wheti :n a
Dimness of Vii-n, D- ts or Webs b '-
fore the Sight, Fever and Dud t':.iu
iu the Hea l, lV-iio:-ney of IVisj.i-i:.ti.-n.
Yell r.vness .f ihe Ski.;
Eves. Pain in the Side, Riek,
t"n st, Liiiil s.
of 1K-.M, Binn
ing in the Ele-h. Cou
Mar.t Imaghiings of
Evil and gnat.
Ii'j roshm o f
HO0Fi.AND"S GERMAN I'd IT
Will mve v u
A ti' O O D A i" P E T I T V. ,
Will iiivo v.n
S'IRt.iNG HEALTHY NERVES,
Will ;ive vou
BRISK AND ENERGETIC FEEL1XGS,
Will enable vou to
SLEEP W E L L ,
And will pot.it iv
YELLOW FEVER. p.iLLIOFS FEVI.R.&e
Those S'.dJ rinr fo-m i
IdloKEN DOWN AND DEl.K'A'lE ()N-
From whatever cause, either iu i
MALE OR FEMALE.
Will ;h: 1 In
loofland'.s ;erman p.itters.
A REMEDY !
That will restore them t t'i-ir u-ual heahh.
Such has lji-i u the case in thoi,uids of in-
stances, and fair trial is but r ipiired to i
prove ih' a.-sertion.
From Ili c. J. Xcicnu Binrn, ). D E ' ti'.-r :
of tiic Ftii-yil'ijc in i'j lli i'i.jnn'., A"i''.'7- i
Although i!"t dispp-.siil '. favor r reconi
mec.ii I j tent Medicine- in ;j,ci;p.il, through
distrust !" tln ir inu'iedit l:!s and elicits, I Vet j
know of no siif:bie::t ii a-or:s why a mm ;
may not testily to the benefits he believe.- :
himrely tv have received from any simple ;
prej aratioii. in the hope that he may thus
coiitri't ute to the bent tit of others.
I ilo this tlnj more readily iu ri iraol to ;
Ibiolland.'s O'erm in Litters, prep ued. by Dr. ;
C. M. J:u kso:i of this city. bie..u-e 1 was '
piejudiced against them for many years, j
Uiiilertheimpressioiith.it they we: e cidi '.iy '
an alcoholic mixture I am ink'bte! to my j
tiieiii! Robert Shm-miher, l.sj., tor the re
moval of this prejudice bv proper tests, and
for ei.ci'uragenieut to try them, when suffer- j
ing from great and long continued dil diiy. ;
The use f three botiles of these lilit' is, at j
the U-gimiing of the present year, was tol- j
lowed by evident reliif, and restoration tip a I
degree of bodily and mental vigor which 1 i
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. .L NEWTON EROWN. !
Philad'a. June 23. lbCl. j
Diseases of Kidnevs and Dhulder.
IN YOUNG OR AfJED, MALE OR EE
-pielily removed, aud the patient re
stored to health.
DEI tCATH CHILDREN.
Those suffering from MARASMUS, wasting
away, with scarcely any llcshon their bones,
are cured in n very short time: one bottle
in sr. eh cases, will have a most Mirpiisiug
ATTENTION SOLDIERS !
AND THE FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS.
Wo call the attention of all having rela
tions, or fiieuds in the army to the fact that
"HOOFLAN O S (Scrman Bitters" wi!i cure
! nine tenths .f the diseases Induced by x-
jv.su res and privations incident to. -amp life,
i In the lists, j.ubli.-hed almost daily in the
uewsj.ajic.i'i, on the arrival o! tho sick, it
j will l e noticed that a very large jiroporti .n
j are Flittering Irom debility, hvery case of
that kind can b? readily cured by Ibr f-
' land's German Bitter's. We have no hi si- !
fatten in stating that, if these Fitters were j
treely used among our soldiers, liundteds of
lives might be saved that otherwise would
The proprietors .ue daily receiving thank
ful letters from sufferers in the army and
hospitals, who have bet n restored to health
I 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, bv express.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! See
that the signature of C. M. Jackson" is on
the wrapper. Principal Office and Manu
factory No. C31 ARCH Street. JONES &
EVANS. (Successors to C. M. JACKSON
& Co..) Proprietors.
CCJ- FOR SALE, by II. C. DEVINE
Ebcnsburg, Penna., and by Druggists and
Dealers in every town in the United States
FRICES. Large size (holding nearly
double quantity), $1,00 per Bottle half
doz. $3,00. Small Size 75 cts. per Bottle
July 8, 1863 ly.
Johnstown Marble "Works!
A NEW STOCK!
Ths subscriber has just received a
large and handsome invoice ofi
Italian and American
II A R RLE, Ifct
comprising tlie largest and finest iJVjQf
stock of the kind ever brought to'fej"" t
Johnstown, at his establishment
j on Franklin Street, where he is prepared.
with an adequate fjree of experienced and
j tddiful wcvkrnen, to execute all kinds of
i MONUMENTS, llantels, Tombstones. Ta-
Ue and yurcau Tops, &c., as cheap as they
can be piW based in any of tlie cities.
A htraetock of Guixostonks on hand
and f r sale low.
OCT" Promjit attention paid to or lers from
a distance and work delivered where de
sired. JOHN PARKE.
March 13, 1SG2.
Call and Examine the Goods.
f51I'E subscribe:? having returned fror-, J
B- tl ic city, have niw opened one f the 1
! largest and most carefully assorted st x k of j
j S1THNG AND SUMMER GOODS, j
ever offered to the pen pie of Carrolltown and j
! ihe surrounding country, which they will
i sell at as low a figure as nny store io tin- j
: country. I heir stock consists ot
; DRY GOODS. READY-MADE CLOTH
! ING. BOOTS AND SHOES
! 'fall kinds. Ladies' Dress Goods of all kind.-
' Eii neh Merinos, Delaines, Silks, Alpacas, j
Plaids, &c. Their stock of Groc-.iies c j
' sist of the bct articles the maiket atloids ol j
j COFFEE, SUGAR, TOBACCO, S, C.
i Th'-ir Cuth rv is c f the best manufacture,
i Their UEENSWARE and HOLLO W
1 WARE are of the finest oddity. Ladies
i rtd.o wi.-h to make a iZ-hd invintment rhoiihl
I call and examiiie for themsrlvts.
All kinds of country produce taken, and
nl "irks not refined. Give us n call, and
',e wil! enileavor t mve v.u satisf o : ti n.
Mav 18, l?o;l. E. GLASS 0t.
II TO BLACKSMITHS.
Fi ur fifths of time and hard labor .-av:d
t v using
1SAA0 0. I-INGEIFS.
NEW AND COMPLETE TIRE AND
lVu:.ted March 10, I03. Its. ehivt .l lvjii
1-t. Havi-.ig .-fr-i:
.ver. one i!i;m can
pel ate it t
1 1' : eoi
w a i: i
ore, any size cm
1 hiving tcovcao
!er I by 4
US..O. hold tm
r sti'i ire on i:,- p ! t
r ill- !.-. it t.d :
bile I i n 'iie' iu :
all iwi-' out o the b
3d. I- can he sl.l
sin 1 Ir- le f: r.
ii. i- ;;iiir;'e.
4:h. 11 ivii a nc v
an be ijuiekly tali
are c.i.-il t ihell oi;t.
I to V n-1 t
to twelve fe.-t ,
le c.-ntre ppisi , w 1
.if, tiii and b.i
i ho t pper niihed roller wi.: a; .- a;
draw tl.t bar through.
bth being gnawed and t:umbet-.'. a cai
with ilinctioi s, accompanies it.
Tc.e Ma. hine in g ! (oil the j .urn il
nn.ui.ig rder. bolted niioti a sti .n pi. .-e
;s or fi
w itii legs and crank fr .j30.
cash ordeis t.i mpth attended b.
St: tea. id C'-ut.tV Ri-hts for sale.
ISAAC C. SlNtH.R.
Ebetishing. April Ih4-!y
'Jelllllt lionk Slorr.
; a fresh st..ek of I,p r. "c.
J bogal t':in.
White ni'. i bine Laid i'ap.
Plain Whin- ';ip.
j White and Hue Laid 1'--?.
O.-tav.. Ni.te i.bailt Edgf.
Blank li"i' ls. M.. tga-.'. -, :md Ron !s.
Blank Siipiiiion -" ap. i Kxccnlions.
Tuek Pas V,.. U.
Pdotting 1' ip. ,-.
AriM.hl' s Writing Fiuid.
Steel Pin- a,! 1 i. Hol lers.
Ihiveh.pes barge and Small.
Copy Bo'ik" ainl Miieelage.
Bei.ks of varii.iK kinds tr-.m Id els. to SL".
Segurs and Tubacco toi l various other No-thui-i
bf the t,.-,t .iialitv.
. .fust ri-c-'ive.i two "new first class Novels.
' Vi:r.V BAUD Cs." J,Y I'harles Bea.'.o.
and "PARHLLL ?! ARK RAM,'" by M. E.
April Bh 1st; . .1 A MRS M I'll RAY.
KHENSBFRG FA KEI5V
' 3 s,;b criber. having greatlv enlarged
.4 his BAKERY and reph.-mshed his
stock of C.KOCJERIES :,nd ( ONFECTION-
AKlr.Is. :s prepared to supply orders,
shoit notice. He has also added to
store, many other articles such as
FLOUR. SFOAR. COFFEE. CHEESE.
SALT. TOBACCO & SE JABS, SPICES.
TOYS, NOTIONS, &c.
CARBON OIL at the lowest retail prices.
A tine lot of CHRISTMAS CANDIES,
CAKES and Christmas PRESENTS, to
which he solicits the patronage of the pubs
lie. He has. also, attached to his establish
ment, an OYSTER and DRINKING SA
LOON, where fresh Oysters, Sardines and
prime ALE and TOliTER can be had, at
Dec. 2, 18G3.-ly.
AT THE PEXX'A JiA LROAD DEPOT
MEALS READY ON THE ARRIVAL
J. II. CLARK & CO., Proprietors.
Sept. 23, 18C3. tf
-b All persons inrM.tod to me for
subscription, advertibinQ or ioh work. are.
requested to settle their accounts immedi
acy. JAS. S. TODD.
April 13, 18G4.
A i ure and wonderful Tonic, corrective and
mteiative -f wonderlul
: mca-y in thsease
STOMACH, LIVER AND DOWELS.
Cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Head
ache, Oeneral Drbiiity. Nervniisness. De
pii- sinu of Spirits, Constipation. Co'ic, Iu-
tt-rmif trf'lif I'Vri'K (VilrMJ n Jul strlv;ti nt.ll I .
............ ......j... ,
ah u iii taints ot eitlicr rix, arising Horn
U (lily Weakness whether iutu rent in the
system or produced by special causes.
Nothncr that is not vhc.lesome, genial
and. restorative in its mitu e enters into the
composition ,f HOSTETTER'S STOMACH
i.M'i' i nv ti : . . ..i i
oi i itiii.-'. i iii.i jiopmar preparaiioa i on i
tains no mineral of any kind, no deadly j
botanical clement; no liery excitant: but l
is a combination of the extracts of rare ha!
sa me herbs :ul plants with the pure
mildest of all diffusive sfimi.l -tits.
P is well to lie foir-arue: 1 r.gaiii't
and, so far as the human .-ysb-m
protected by hm; c.u means ."gilm-t i
Cllgeildeled by ... who!. .-. -i-.-.c
iliiuioe wab i' .i. d other :.:ern:il
HOSTETTER'S BUTFIlS may t.
on as a safcguav.l.
: v- ; :
.! id Id,
1 1 . : . .
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) I s.
i f u
r e v
v i r i
T .. v.cjh .- ' ..
and the ..p: etit;
T. l ie i.-.d hi i,
of 1 'isj c-:a a',.
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a!.;, i i n v iri '. v
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re' i ve orcni!-:
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I'm m I
: Ve,- e 1
The a y of i'.'.'i
assuaged 1 v a siiiudc
and bv o.-e.isie.;ia! 'y
turn of lie cc n.pl ii
As a Oi-mral
j P.I ITERS .r.l;i.-e
I ex perieticed i r wit n
! full v iip! rceiate 1.
tl C ii '
i.l- -se of
r . si.i : i,:g
: mav le
j IFct;'. iu ss, J'i .
! iiy and Deere; itu h
I it exerciser, the cle. ;
I C: nv..h" . flit : t ;gc- i :
. as a dehghtoi! h.
I pU'.Vt.lS of i;:'.'".ro .He
le-itif-'fce and rt-es!
j List. bi;t not ha t.
n -m i
'.es 1; !
i t :.em
: is Ti-'
ai.d innocuous mifcri.ds. and cntirelv
from acid elements
all I lie ordinal v t
nics aud st-if.
No family medicine b.s
-ally, atid, it n ay be tioly
l hied, iles"! ved
Iv popular with the intelii.gr-
t portion of
the community, as
HOST E ITER'S BIT
Prepared by IIOSTE i TER & SMITH.
Sold iy all Druggists. Grocers and Store
March 0. 1804.-1 v.
JOHN B. FROIVIALD
mi & FilY B8EE
CLOAKS & SHAWLS,
Corsets, Hooped Skirts, Perfumery, Lad
ies' and Children' s Shoes, Gloves, Hank
erchiefs. Fancy Goods, notions. S-'c. Sec.
MAIN STREET, JOHNSTOWN,
Nov. 20. 1801. ly.
WILLIAM P. RATION.
ALL KINDS OF CHAIRS,
such as common Winsor Chairs, Fret Back
Chairs, V ienna Chairs, Rustle Chairs, Rim
Backed Chairs, Sociable Chairs,
Catu Stat (Stairs,
ROCKFNG CHAIRS, OF EVERY SIZE,
I ill L. II I
Settees, Lounges, &c, &c.
of every description and of latest
STFLES. WITH PRICES TO SUIT THE
Tastes of all.
Tl.onlrful f.. noci f.. ... I,., w... 1
fully tolicits a liberal share of public patron M. Eichensehr, Concmaugh Bor. 2ud rJ- ?
age. Clinton Street. .Tohu.-tnwn Cainbria F. A. Gibbou, Allegheny township.
. Ta. Novembi r toih . IPt; l. ly MrR. Kearns, 'ummerhill township.
FoCKTH & Aucu Stueets,
j AKE OPI2MXG FOR hPiiINO, 1801,
100 pes. $1. Fancy SILKS. L0 pes. iLdia
Silks, 1. 190 pes. good FJack Silks. 200
j.cs. Ordcre.1 Plain Silks- 4-4 LYONS
P.iack Silk VELVET.
P.rown SILKS, $0, 5, 4, 3.21 per yard.
I'.hick do $3, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, da
M cr3 Antiques, all colors.
Richest Ciiintzi s' and Pkrcai-ES
general assortment of MENS
March 10, 18C4. 3 ios.
the uiidrrsijred havinir i purchased an!
takrui 'osseMin of the Ebenbur'
, Hoii.-o (fp.rmt ly ocuj,it.-I by Il-iiry F.p.-iter.)
I will K' happy to receive arnl accommoil
j at- hi.s hl eu.-tonn rs, , and all others who
may be disp i to patronize him. Yi.
J Pi' priet-ir fe is assured from the spa.-iou
t H(i:SE, STABLE other facilities that
ii'i.r at h ast as gool acC'-mmo
a- can I l had at any other in thr
place. He is in poss-..i. ,r, t: la
f the choise.-t liinis with which his bnv
will be furni-hed; his table will be ftir i
bhed with all t!i luxuries of the season, and
he intends bv hii-
hospitality and care, t
e of all tk'ise who st o
merit the patr iU.o
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by atteiui. n ! i .'.-inc.-s tori Tit
ar.ee ot t he p it r--n aire hcretot re
y extended to him.
Shop fhove the tore of R -he!
Persons whshing good and Mibj-tat:ti:'.l H-r"
ncss ciin be accommc.d.ati'd bv.
11 EG II M'COY.
Ebensburg Dec. 11, 180 1-tf.
L SCO acres l'J-J perches at.-
allowances, of valuable C OAL LAND, situ
ate near the Pennsylvania Raiina 1. -t
Sumnierhill Station, in Croyle IVwii.-l.-t .
Cambria county . Pa. About 50 acres ef the
land being cleared, and thereon ercrtoi a
I ret'!!- V'e
dwelling house and barn, and other impr ve-
an excellent orchard i f m"' '
aUive tract contains and alut
dance of coal of a superior quantity, (a
drift being opened,) and will be sold on rea
Applv to r..land. Jenkins & Co., I'.i i
more, Md., or to J. W. Stiatt. n, New Yorr.
city, orto Wm. Kittell, Esq.. Attorney r.f
Law, Ebensburi.'. Pa.
POLAND. JENKINS & CO. j
J. W. ST RATION,
April 15. 1803 tf. Owners.
rilie Confessions anil F.sperleur '
1 AN INVALID.
Published for the In-Mfit, and as a CAP
TION TO YOUNG MEN and others,
suffer from Nervous Debility, Frenia'Utf
Decay of Manhood, &c, supplying at tke
same time The Means of Self-Ci ke. -.t
one who has cured himself after undergo.rg
considerable quackerj'. Ry enclosirg ,
postpaid addressed envelope single cop'-?4 :
may be had of the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAI R. Eq-
Brooklyn, Kings Co., N. f
June 15. 18G4-ly.
Tho following petitions will be presented
for action of the Court, at next Argument
Court, to be held for Cambria county.
Adam Kurtz, Cambria Borough.