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Kc-c-iiIi kl( I f (lie ISucslEi '
I'aniilj IitCsl OS" Liit'cr
fFrum the Cincinnati Commm-ia! J '
The elder Iooih"s habits were exceed- j
inly irregular, and . inlet fri ed wiih .hi j
performances at times, that an actor less ,
jilted oufu Have furieacu ins popularity
bevond redemption. Ii was rarely that
lie appeared sohvr on trie stage, hum to.v-
anls ttie cose ot tus lite it teip.ueil ail j
j . c i ... i
VlJIlianee Mii an oi liiauavm iu f 1
him in u cunditvjii to :spiear on the t-tajro
Tlie ftoric-d told of him in this connec
tion are imoirueral-le nial some of them
extremely ludieroos. His appetite lor
liquor was exluinely voraeious. lJtin
without money at one time when in New
York lie went to a pawnbroker's t-hup,
literally pawned himself f..r mor.ey to
purchase li.pior, was rt-jruhiily ticketed
and exiiibited in a window, where he
stayed till " releein-d ' by a fiit-nd.
On another twi-ai.Hi l.-i; :ir.:-.o:iit-ed
o appear in l'liilade!p! i i at the a'nnt
Btrett, we believe she n.jiatr, on tho
day for the -erhr:n.ii:ee had lJo-rh locked
up, but was outwitted by the actor, who
bribed-the servant to Hint; a bitt!e f
brandy, a saucer an 1 a clay pipe. In
eeriin tltc pipe lhroii!i t!:o keyhole, wit!:
the bowl invertc'l, the brutidy was pound
into the hauccr, and sucked up thioo-Ii
the Iipe, by the thirsty irac- dian, and tiie
fact was disi.-io.-e l wh n in the twi iht
the manager procredeil ihere to conduct
him tJ the (hcs.-inj: rom, and found him
in an iucnib!e condition.
It was considered foKiewhat eri!ous to
play Ii'cknr.n-I to lioo'h's J:.cirl t.'.e
Third, partieuiarly if the actor was in
liquor. I)urin: lb" combat on Ilos.vorth
Field he was a; I in his exciivi.a nt to
Consider himself in reaiity tlie kin", am!
cut and thrust w ith th- ticrccta ? s nd t -
rcity of a luan eurajrcd iu an ca:ltt
and life dfjjidin f r t tf ari.is.
At suca tiaics it wa necessary to disa
ble him, and it was i;i one of thtv ; ra
iy Fpeils" t!.at his face wn- disi-ured iur
life by an uopvrriicd acf.r. the bnfjre d'
his n e !eiii; broken bv the blow d.
livcivd tbwuli sh. er d.-fie. The erv
ludicrous MVe which o-c!ii red at :i New
York Theatre, between I iooth and the cel
ebrated f..t jxirl of lUrtitun' .Museum,
is probldy faiiitli.tr to mo?t of our rea-d-'T
and, ieihapsf c.nc 0j tl, . nrs: ama
inj inciJ.nts in the annuls of the ftajre.
It is vtry doubiful whv.:!ier IV.t!i was in
line at any linw wlVn under ili: inM jeiuv
of troj; drink. He was, li.vever,- of a
very fiery quality, and in his j-.-ci;!i.r
fphere the n.ddeii and net vous cxpri's--ion
of concent rate 1 pts-in, -a a!s- the
inure quiet ntal nub'b passnjres of hi- dd.in
eations la whs jierhap--, .insurpasscil by
any actor of his time, :m would have
passed for crazy it i: wt-t-c Mippi-,1 he
was guided in his dra:i;ntio oitttiui-sls bv
feeling rather than co;i;i::r-it3 artistic skill
Oft trie stige, the cider Hooto was coo-
vivptl, jrenia!, warm hearted, and as much
Ijved as in his profession he was .n'mired.
The fatni'y of liooih consisted :f th
following: Junius Drums IkM.iii. Jr.,
and a daughter, who, if lining is still un
married chiidn n by bis Hrret wii'e, an
English hi y ; and lMwin Forresr, John
Wilkes, Joseph, ..d a daughter, now
wife of John S. Clarke, the comedian
children of his sr eond wile, an American
lady, still surviving, and who must be, nt
this time, past iifty yeai s of age.
IfoiT ISoolh'N ilrottier Et-eeii ed
the Dreadful Intelligence in
(Ftorri the Cit.cinnc.ti Con.ruertial.
tlie oldest ot the boys. Junius Urutus.
wni in Cbarlestoti, fHiutli Uaroliua. '
. . - 'i
in lo.'i. lie luaMe lus nrst appn-arance
on the stage in 1831, at iTttslangh,
Pennsylvania, as "Tyrrt-1" in 44 Rich
ard III," anil appeared thst iu New York
at the Bowery, in 1S.51.
The sams year he went to California ;
und if we mistake not, he fpont ino.-t of
liis time on the I'aciiic (Mut. He was
married twice first to Tdiss .CU-mentiuo
DeBar, an I;ish acttes.s from Dublin, and
reputed to have been one of the most
beautiful women of her day. T hey sub
ecquently separated and Mr. Booth mar
ried a Mi.s Harriet M ine, who died in
San Francisco in 1S"'J, alter a lingering
This member of the family woul I have
completed a two weeks engagement at
l'ike" Opera House, on Saturday ni 'lit,
1 li.ll K . ..
bui for tbs terrible news which associated
the family name inseparanly with the
cruel assassination ul V;;shi:igtuti. Mr.
Jiootb, who had been up late the previous
night. Lit his room and went direct to
Pike's Opera House on .Saturday morning
to attend rehearsal, totally unaware of
what bad transpired.
An excited crowd I ind already clamored
at the door for him turn down the bid in
which he was announced, and hrwl only
left only left on assurance that he would
not play, and that no performance would
be had that exciting. W hen he appeared
on the stage Mr. Sinuni nds, acting mana
ger, drew him to one side, and cautioned
him against too much publicity
lle inquired why, and. on beiin toM
he news, exclaimed : 44 My f Jod ! can it j
lid possible !" swooned away, and wa
Conveyed from the stage in an insemnhh, j
nditivn He is report to have since
left theocily. He is said, by those who j
ciAiao to know birjo, ftnd urtak advi?cdly
to 1k a Union nnn, without a tinge;
of 1 ti .
secession aiison or sympathy ; but of his
poiiiica! notions wc know nothing, lie
ivsi:n!ils his bither lu-rxni'iMi mm & than
any ofI((.r uf famil ,,-, . I
tique type i.f faev, aid features rn pubic
of wonderful expression under
Rucnee of excitement
fty Girls sometimes put their lips out
Iteoanse they are angry, ami
bccatii - e tlu v are disused to meet you
. . . 1
M A KtvK T.
Corr eted Week I v.
Flour per hhl Extra Fainily,
lietf per lb.
Potatoes, per bushel.
Putter, per ib.
II. 50 I
l'EN'N-VI. An liAIi. Khaii s HML"I.K
Li;. K WK.STWAlUi.a
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A.M. A. M. I' M. IV M. j
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8 40 -Jl 00 10 40 9 4.
H 4M In 47 ! 4?
Mir. m- rhiil,
M.nt ral I 'int.
P. M. A.M.
A.M. A. M i
SuniUiei hi II.
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: r1 3
f 40 ' 4 47
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5 .15 I
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GO I o 00
EltENStiUuG & CM'ISsnN !;AILIli
On and alter Monday. O 'tub r. ill. Jo4
trains .-ii this r.-td wii- run
At ;fM A. M . :onnei:tiu wi'h the !!i't
more Exprs West, and Through Accoiu
At 4.10 P. M . onnerfiMg with the Mii:
Train West an ! Throng1! Impress East.
I.KAVK t'KBSON .
At 12 SO F M . or .,n departure of Thro'
Arc. itnrnoilai i. ;n West
At 9 40 i M . or on departure of Express
East a.,d Ma:! -t.
ENOCH LEWIS. Gen.Snpt.
?I1he undersiged having purchase-1 an'.
in possesion 4f the Ebenbtirg
House (formely ocupied by Hurv Fiustpr .
...i t ...... . - . ' -
n " uappy
to receive and hcchiiiiii-.-
ate his old customers, and all others who
may be disp sed to patronize him. The
Proprietor feels assured from thi$ spacious
HOUSE. STABLER ..the: facilities that
he can offer at leat as good .vic .mmo
dations as can be had at any other in the
place. He is in pussiest on of a large supply
uf the cbois-st bqii .rs with which his bai
will I,.; furnished: his tabic- wiil l,e fun,
i.-hed with al) th luxuries . the .-eason. and
he intends by his h- spit 'lity and care, to
merit the patronage, of all tLose who stop
Ebcusbuig April, 17, ISO 1 . tf.
Fifteen Years Fair Trial!
A. FEY.S.-0V. FlML IR1.PHI a .
POUD'.-EITE. $20.00 per ton, taken
Ir in t';c Ftct-.rv 1 M.se. or 50 cents per
bushel, and $2.. 00 pr t -n in ba"s lt-
hveted at S:eauib.-at atfd R R .u! D.-pots,
in Philadelphia. M mulactory. Gray's Fer
ry K .ad, ab ,y the Arse a!. Fhil.idelphi i.
Dp.t. PF.YSSOX'S Farm, Gloucester,
N. J , Woul bury road.
Street. No. 420 back of
the New P ,st Office. Pinlad'a
FIUIVCH. RICHARDS & CO .
FOURTH . CALLOWIIILL Streets
Feb 15. 1805-4m PHILADELPHIA
mm - house
JOHN A. BLAllC. Proprietor.
THE PROPRIETOR will spare no nain-
to ren.ier this Hotel, worthy of a continua-
tion of the lilteral share of public t.atron-
a"e il "s hereto.ore received. His table
will always be furnished with the best the
tk(i iX,jTiU hls bar w,th the of
Tis Viable is largo, and will be attended,
hy an attentive and obliging hostler.
Ebeofcurg Apr.I7 181.
The peculiar taint of j
infection which we rail
multitudes of nun. It
either produces or is
produced liy an en
"VM liel.lcd. vitiated sfn-e
i-er'Y of the hh-od. v herein
I LCfc!ifl3ii t jttluu fluid bconies in- ( " his Medicine increases the power of Di
I -pJrra 1 vNa' ompeietir to sustain j gcstion, and excite the Aosnrlrf-nts into
fT'Wl J3l"!34-1-M-c vital meir
a gryy f xiJrliiiii vipoma-
r i nvts inc M .-n :n i
. rST f ' I i"lo li-oi-.U-r nml
"--Zr-vr ecv. if:c sciotu'oasi
I rontaminaiioa is varioa-lv -in"i-cd ly tncrcmial
, disease, low living, disorl.rcd digestion from
! unhealthy fowl, i;ii'jn;-c air. filth ami f.lthv
h-.ihit, the depressing vices, and. wliove all, hy
t'le venereal infection Whatever he ijs origin,
it is hereditary in the constitution. lescc!iding
"from parents to children unto the ihird ami
fourth feneration ; " indeed, it seems to !c the
rod of Him who says, " 1 will visit the iniqui
ties of the fathers tijon their children." 'i he
diseases which it originates take various names,
aceordins to the organs it attacks. In the
lungs. Scrofula produces tnhercks, and finally
( OTisumf.rion ; in the glands, swellings which
suppurate and become ulcerous sores ; in the
,.,.,.. i i i. i. ..!.:... .
is.u:u&. II mill flOV.lS, Oer.lliCUIt 111.-, nill.u IIIJ-
ducc indigetiuti, dyspepsia, ami liver ii
plaints; on the skin", eruptive and cutaneoi
affections. Tliese all having the same origi
rpnaire the same n-moilv vi.. i.uritii-ation miiJ
invigoration of the blood, l'arify the K!od,
and t'nes d ingerous distrmjcrs leave you.
With feeble, foul, or corrupted i.lood, ycni ran-
not have health; with :lmt ' 1 tc ot the r.esa "
healthy, yoa cannot have s ro'uloas disease.
i romr-ounded from the ino-t ctT-H-tual anti
dotes that medi-al . science has d-s.overed for j
this atHi.-fing disteniH;r, and for the cure of the j
disorders it entails. That it is f.tr superior to i
ony other rcmedv yet devised, is known by ail j
who have sr!ven it "a trial. That it does com- !
bine virtues truly extraordinary iri t'i: ir effect i
upon this class of otnpl.iints is ii: lispuih y
piwen by the great mulutmie of publicly j
known and remarkable cures it ha- m.)de of
"JJf "r,w iJViiLlia OUU (
ypnulnc mtecuons, cicrctinal Disevca, .
Feaiale Weaknesses, 'b "leed, the whole ;
series of roniplaints that itiise from impurity j
of the blood. Minute reports of in!iidual .
case mar be found in Avlr's Amh;ican
Almanac, which U furnished 10 the dru-gists j
for gratuitous distribution, wherein m.iv lie j
le.rned the direction, for iuuse, and orie of ;
imr rcniarstioii' euieswi.cn u nas l'.iaue w in n
all other remedies had failed to artord relief. ':
Those cases are nun.oselv taken from all sec-
tions of the country, in order that every reader
tnav have aci-ess to some one who can speak to
him of its benefits from personal experience.
Scrofula depresses the vital energies, and thus
leaves its victims far more mhject to disease
and its fatal results than i.rc healthy rorisiiru
tions. Hence it tends to shorten, and does
greatly shorten, the average duration of human
life. Tiic vast importance of these considera
tions has led us to spend years in jiertectin-r a
remedy w!ii h is nd--piate to its cure. This
we now offer to the public under the name of
k.k's Sa rsai'aei li.a, n'.tho.igh it is cotn-
po-cd of iugixdier.ts, otnc tjf wiii.-h exceed the
best of &irs ii4ir!l!n in aberarive power, liv
its ud you may protect yourself from thesufler-
1 ln; and danger ot tnesj disonlers. Purge out
I the foul corruptions that rot and fester in the
blood ; ure out the causes ot disease, and
I vigorous health will follow. Jiy its jK.'eu!iar
1 virtues this remedy stimulates -the vital func
tions, ana thus eNels the distempers which
lark within the system or burst out on any
j part of it.
Wo. know the public have been deceived bv
. mnnv fmi.tuiiml. . SCi-t.j, .f.'., ili.i .. . ... ...1
muc'i and did no'hinj; ; but they uil! neither he
deceived nor ib-apjiointcd in this. Its virtues
have been proven hy abundant trial, and there
remains no question of irs surpassing excel'ence
for the ure of the afriictin diseases it is in
tetidod to reach. Although under the sumo
name, it is a very ditferent meduiiie fiom any
other which has !ecn la.-fore the peoph-, anl is
far more effectual than any other which has
ever been available to them.
Th World's Groat Ecmody for
Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con
sumption, and for the relief
of Consumptive patients
in advanced stages
of tho disease.
This hfis been po lon used and so univer
sally known, that we need do no more than
assure the public taut its quality is ken tip to
the best it ever has been, and that it tnav bo
relied on to do all it has ever done.
Prepared by 1)r J C. Avm & Co.,
Practical and Anii,t vtd i hrrr.hti,
Sold by all druggists everywhere.
Da R. S. IJUNN. Ebei.sburg.
C T. FRAZEPw. Johnstown.
P. 11 SHIELDS, Lorretto. and dealers
June 15. 13G1.
lhe im.lersignetl Km-ps coiistantlv ot, I
hand and is still manufacturing all articles I
iu his hue Mich as.
FINE SINGLE iV DOHllLK HARNESa
D AFT HARNESS,
PLIND LRIDLES. Rl OJNii RIllliLES
CHECK LINES, HALTERS. WHIPS.
which he will dispose of at low prices for
His work is all warranted, i;r.d beins ex
perienced, be puts the bst of leather iu hi.
work. Thankful for past favor, he hopes,
by attention to business to merit a conii-Mi
ance of the pitrmiage heretofore so liberal
ly extended to him.
Sh'-p above the store of Robert Dvi.
Persons wishing good and substantial Har
ness can be accommodated by.
Ebensburg Dec, 11. 1861-tf.
The Constitution of the United States
with explanatory notes for sale by
JAMES MUR2 AY-
Genuine Preparations. !
! COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT liUCHU. !
' . . . . . - "I
i a lV.Miive and Specific Rimeuy for diseases J
"' ,llc" I'la.uit-r. MUiifji., uravn, ami U...p-
i.eaitt.v acinm. hv wl.ii-h the Wati rv or
Oalcare' U-! depositions, and a! Unnatural
Enlargements are le.luced, as well as I'ain
HELM COLD'S EX Til ACT BULT1 U. j
For weaknesses aris'ng from Fxcesses. ;
Habits of Dissipation, i.aih I r.diKietiun of
Abuse, attended with the f-llow ing syuip J
Indisposition to Exertion, Tj?? of Power,
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of l'realhing. !
W eak serves, Treinbling,
Ib.rror of Disease. Wakefulness,
rimness of Vision. , r?iri in the Pack,
Universal lassitude of the Mtuscular System.
Hot IU vis. Pshii.g of tlie linly.
Dryness of tlie Skin. E ti;.t i.m.s on tlie F.-.ce.
These symptoms, if allowed to go on.
which this ineiticitic invariably le.i.oves.
Itnpraicy. Fatuity, Ejjih';!ic Fit.,
In op., ot wt:uh i tie i'atieiit iimv cxpiie.
Win can seiy that to- arc not !tc'iently
followed bv t h. w "Tbrf fill I!sea-es '
' I XA N II V AN D aN.Sf.M l'TIOX."
Many ate awateof the cause of their sulf
Hut none uiil confts the records of the
I nsane Asylums
ulii'i Mcliinrfioiu Jrtttt.s C-nsHnjtion
l-ar amnio wuiuss t. the- Truth of tin- as
Tl'f Cfuisfi'iiti-n ot:,e rff.'cl iriA Onj inic
l',a.'.ii-fg rt.u:es the aid of Medicine to
s, ... , . , . t, cVfct..m
If f.irh L'e.muold's KXTKACT Buniu
' J lifJII llJll tit yt
A Trial will convince the
Fl. MALES FEMALE FEMAI FS.
! In in am AjT'cti-uH ytmtiar to Ftutale the
j F.i'ract li.ict.u is tint qo ilfed by any ther
Jt ......... . l-sl '
1 usvm.nry r.varu.Hions. i cerate i or;
Ncirt h..U sta'e of the I terus. Ieueh" rrl oe I
"r bites. S'en'.iry. and f..r all coinplaitils
inciih-nt t the sex. whether arisir.g from
iniiiscrelin Habits tif Dissipation. (.r in the
DECLINE Oi: CHANCE OF LIFE,
TaU no n,.tre IM.s. Merer,,. r,r
j i t ! , . , , i
H''"'',?" J-r dun. j
II FLMi '.OLD'S FXTUAOT P.UCHU AND
IMFKOVED UOSK WASH CLUES
In all their Stages,
At little Expense
Littie or no change iu Diet
.4i no ErjHisure.
It causes a fitqueut- d.sire and gives
stiength to Urinate, tturel y ilemoving Ob
sti ucti- us. Preventing am! Curing Strict.-
ores of the Ur.tl.ra. allaying Fain and In-
tiaiiir.iati"ii. so fr quent iu the class of dis- j
eas-s. and xj-' liiny all I'"isoHous. I'isea.nd i
ml irori'ttiit LitUr., j
Thousands upon Tl otisa'ids who have;
i ecr the Vic'ifns of Quacks, an I who have;
pai'! henry f-tes To 1.- cured in a siiorf t:n
h.iee f.-uiiil thev were d'ceved. and thtit
tt e "FOISON" hs. l y ti e use )' "Fovvcr-
Astringents, been dried n; in the sys
i. n- I rt-.iK ..nt in an amrravai.-d form.
1 jtrrfirjs f'Jtrr Mi'iriiUje.
U.-e lulml- ld's Extract Ilncbu f r all
itl't'ons :..,! di.-i a si s of the URINAI.Y
ORGANS, whether existioain JlAiEor
Fl'.M A LE. from w han v. r cause ruminating
and i,..m,'teroi HOW LONG T AN DING
fji-euses nf tf e-e Ofiiatis n outre the aid
' a IMUl;E!!U. iiHLMIKiLD's IX-
t:: ct hl ciiu is the cheat diur
etic, and is certain to l ave the ilv-ircd
eir'ci't in n!! Diseases J'r which it is Jitcom-
Fvid. nee of the most reliable and respon
K'ibb- chirrtcter will accompany the medicine.
Price $1.00 per bottle, or six h! $5.00.
Delivered to any Adutcss. securely packed
from obsei vat ion.
l)e.trril,e Symjttoms in all Communica on.s
Cures Guaranteed! Advice G rui.-!
Address letters 'or information to
H lb I1F.LMP.OLD. Chemi-t,
104 South T.-nth st.. bel. ChcM.ut, Phila
HELMP.OI D'S Mrdical Ihf.
H i.LM HOLD'S Drn.i tmd C ,i,l IIViv.
594 R road way. N.-w Y. rk.
rkwapeof c-untf;;it:its andj
UNPl.TNciPLED DE. LEllS who endei I
vor to dis,., . f f!ieir t,u.lt .,, 0fur j
artirles ,in !! rrputafii.n attained l,y
HcImh.iliiV, i iet.mne Pn paratiot s. j
" Extract U'lebn. t
' Improved Rose Wash.
ALL TMH'GfilSTS V.Yv.I'YtVHFHP
ASK For HI IAI HOI O'S take vol
i 'it out ti, Advertisement ami send f.-r it
t ,m-AVOID IMPOSITION AND EX-
1 t ISL Ii E.
March f). 18G4.-Iv.
rjIME undcrsignetl tira.luateof the Baltt
I more Oullege of Dental Surgery, respect
fu ly offers his proffessioiial .r vices to the
citizens of ElK-nsburg. He has spared no
means thoroughly to acquaint himself with
everj- improvement "n his art. To many
years of rsi.nal experience he has thought
to a.ld the imp,,, ted experience of the high
est authorities in Dental Science. He sim
ply asks that an opportuitv may lie given
for his work to speak its own prabe.
SAMUEL RELF0RD, D. D. S.
Oflict! in Colnnade Row.
r 4 Rkpep.kkcks.
In f.C. A. Harris ; T. K. Rood. ir. : W. R.
Ilsrdy ; A A Rlandy, p. H. Austen, of the
CO- Will bent Enen.sburg on the fourth
Monday of each month, to stay one week.
The Life aud services of General Grant
fof side by
Jalimlovi n Marble Worlc
A NEW STOt.K
The subscriber basjtist received a
lame and handsome invoice
Ualuu and Ame-iian
, t t r. r
yi A JI 1 Li ri , hll&X
(rising the largest and finest v.
i of the kmd ever brought to if&T-1?
, Johnstown, at his establishment
J o Franklin Street, whete he- is piepartd.
with at. adequate f ree of experienced and
J fkilful workmen, to exceni ail kinds of
MONUMENTS. Mantels. Tombstones. Ta
ble and Itureaii Tops. tVc . as cheaii as they
I can be purchased in any of the cities.
A larjre stock ot U iiin'Istonf.s on liarul
and fi r sale low.
fCT" I'rompt attention aid toorlersfrem
and "Aork delivcied
March 13. 13C2.
Call and Examine the Goods.
f I1IIE subsciibcis having returned from
M the city, have n w opened one f the
largest, anil most canftiilv as-orted ht : of
SI'IIING AND SUM M ICR GOODS.
ever -ff-rel to the people f Carrollt.n ij rd
ti e sum unditig c -nntry. which they will
sell at as h w a figure as rnv store 1.. the
country. Their -t ck cot sists of
DKY GOODS. READY MAD!', f LOTH-
INtJ. UOoTs AND teilOES
of all kinds. Ladies Dress Goods of al' kinds,
Fitnch Merinos. Delaines, Silks. Alta(.ts,
I'laids, Ac. Their Ftock of r;rs.iics con
sist of the Wrt articles the tnaiket aflords of
COFFEE, SUGAR. T0DACC0. $C.
Their Cu'leiv is if th !t manufacture.
Their QU EE NSW A UK and IIOLLOW
WARE aie d" the timst quality. La. lies
who uish to make a gitI investment slculd
call and ex. mine for themselves.
All kinds of coin-try pr.iuce taken, and
j grcriilncks n..t icfi.red, (Jive u a call, and
i :t . . .1 - . . .: r i.: -
w r- ii i ti.m-a i r ij j;ive n hi i -i.c ; i . n.
May 18, Iftii. E. GLASS A- CO
f. ur fifths f time and hard labor saved
ISAAC 0. FINGER'S.
NEW AND COM I'LII E TIKE AND
Fatentel March 10, leGS. Its chief advan
1st. Having strone gear vi heels to obtain
power, (inn man can operate it to bend cold
wag-ii lire, any ize under 1 by 4 inches.
2d. Having moveable collars, to hold the
! b'.r square m the portable r li. r-. it takes
,wst out f the bar, while W-nding in a
! regular ciicle.
3 ! It can be shifted to l end to anv de
"oci Lii.tg iniu .iie, uj. iu incoc eei, in
1 i.ro ttir.lll
4th. Il.tving a moveable crtre )ost. wlch
can if o hick iv taKeu i
If, tires ainl baudt
are easdv taken out.
j 5th. The l pper ribbed roller will always
j draw the bar. through.
tHh Being guared and t umbered, a card
with diuoti,.! s, accompanies it.
The Machii e in good (oil the journals)
rtinni.ia order. t'i'tcil upon a strong piej-e of
timber, without legs ot crank, for $20, it
with letrs and crank f r $35.
All cash onleis pp'tni Mv attended to.
1 CO State and County Rirbt f.-r sale.
ISAAC C. SINGl R.
Ebcnsbtng, Apii! (1 ls'n4ly
btnaburg Book Si ore.
j a fresh stock of Paper, &e.
J Lif-al (lap.
i Hl.ite an I I5!uc Laid Cap.
j Pb.bl '.Vh'.te C.-.p.
White and lou Lnid Po?t.
j Commercial better.
J Octavo Note Guilt Edge.
j L-'dy's Net".
! blank Deed", Mr.rtg.-i ire , and Ponds.
P.inuk Suin:uo:.s und Executious.
Tuck l'ass 15ocks.
Arnold's Writing Fluid.
St-el F'eus and Pen Ibilders.
Envelopes Large and Small.
Copy books and Mueeiage.
Ii.-oks of various kin.is from 10 cts. t- J 1 , "ri
t-egars and tnt nceo and various other No
tions of the best quality.
Juft received two n-w first class Navels.
VI-ir.Y IIAKU CASH." hy t'Larb-s Itca lo.
and "liARULLL .MAKKIi AM." ty .M. II.
April l;i, IfCl. JAMK-- M I'll RAY.
A X I
i.i:a rr . ; ni l
f lit. sub.ciinei. having gn at; enlarged
- his MA K Ell Y and red ':"ish. ,l his
stock of GEOCIJilES and ON Fit TI C-
ARIES, is prepared to supply orders.
snoit tail ice. ll'J lias a!
st.'te. many other articles.
i . . i
FLOUR. SUGAR. Ci iFFEE. CIIIlF.sE.
SALT. TdP.AtJCO - SEGAL'S, SPICES.
TOYS. NOTIONS. .Vc.
CAR RON OIL it the lowest retail prices.
A fine h.t . f CHRISTMAS CANDIES.
CAKES and Christmas PRESENTS, to
which he solicits the patronage of the pub,
lie. He lias. also, attached to his establish
n.ent. an OYSTI R and DRINKING SA
LOON. whre fresh Ovstcis. Sardines and
prime ALE aud PORTER cat, be had, at
all hours. -
Pec. 2. J8C3.-ly.
IN All persons indebted to me for
subscription, advertising or job work, are
requested to settle their accounts immedi
ately. JAS. S. TODD.
April 13, 1864.
AT TIlE PEXX'A RALROAD DEPOT
MEALS READY OX THE ARRIVAL
OF ALL TRAIXS.
J. II. CLARK & CO., Proprietors.
Sflpt. 2. lgr,8. ti
A pure lii.d Wo:n!erI;.i 'funic. .urv. ;.
aiuiative i f woudeiful tCicaiy
stomach. i.iv::r and icvr
Otrcs Ds,.cp-ia, Liver C-.i;.p;...
ache. General DeLinty. N-rv .!.-.
pre.-sioi, o' j ir.ts. Co.stipa:i..-. f,
termitlei.t Feveis. Cr n ps hh! S(
all il n. 1-t t t !' ii'l ;r I-x. .ir--,
R-sh y eak?:i ss v. t. tt.tr .:!.;
syfcttir. or prtHiuced by p et:.! ra .i-.i.
NothiT.'i that is n-.t rli r- ,
am! restorative in its i.at-.i e tto :. . ,
n-irpoitii.ti i f ti(TET"ThL'S s'ft M.ni;
BITIEIIS. Tl.i pi pn'.ar pi.p.,.4
laitis no mineral i f any ku.d, r -" ..y
U tn cal clei!'-nf; no ty t x. t -.--,.
is a con.bii.Mtii.ii l the t xtiai u ! rvc t
ssniic herbs nd plants with tl:- pu:tt:
n.iblest of !l diffusive tm.ida' ts.
I is well to ! forearmed a iir.M d:t
aiid. s i fat as the human sjstt-ia r4-
protected by t.tmiin nn ans g.t n. t in,i''s
engendered by an Jtuwbole-in art. -j
impure water aid other ex:;t..u cz
HOMETIKR'S l.I lTEltS i:..,y U r,.,i
on jis h s Veirnard.
In distiiet.s ii fe-e 1 with F-.rrr .rvt
It I as Itn t' U-i.l 11 !.. b e .'.3 . t r. v
and irrtS'stible ,4s a remedy and 'I. :
who resort to it under afii't-hn rv ;i
attack, escape the s-course; pt.d- t: .
who tifglei t t-. avail themseivt-s f ::
tective qualities in advance, are ere-
j Very brief c in.f this marvei. l.s
I ever and Ague patients, alter
with quinine t..r months in vain. :? :i' 'a
saturated with that dancerous a'k.d
not utifieqtiently restored to health v. - -i
few das bv the ust of IIOTETlES's
The weak stomach is rapidly inv:;-r:'i
and the appetite restored by this am-ctj :'
T'otuc. and hence it works wtnir-rs ir n-t
f Disj epsia ar.r5 in less coiifiinie-i t rT- f
Indigestii-n. Acting as a gtntle sr. i pti
less app'rieiit. as will a nn.-n tt.e liver,;:
also invariably relieves the Ce-i'sU; v.: ;
sunei induced by irregular action of the Ji
gestive ftr.d seen five orni-ns.
Persi.i.s i f feetIc habit. lbd !e to .YtTtJ
Attacks. Lowvfss uf Siri's Fix "'
l.unijur.r. find prcirp and per:iiar;et t t-lirf
fi. tii the Hitters. T'he testiniot-y n tii
point is most Ci.r.i.iusive. and f ins i;
The agot.y of Ili'i-iUs C .'ic is in-n.tlati'
ussnaged by a single !.x-t ..f t.'.e. -'ir n'.-.:..,
and by oi-ca.-ioiial'y rt .-rtf:g t-. 't,:1.-:;-turn
of ihc ccn.pl.iin? tm.y b" : '
A a (in;r.il Tonic. ! ioSTET ! f.i.S
P.ITTFRS pr-!t":ce v? cu hic!. : . : "
ex per:; rsctd or w iincssed 1 cf .re t: iy i;c.
f".l!v apt-ieciat"i. In ca-is i,i" C :..; .' '
al Wraktifs, Frf mature hecvj w I -ity
ami Ih-t tepitude arising in in 0 i Z:.
it eeri-i-es trie e"i-.-tri.-- it.t'ncnre. 1 1.
i convalesofi i st;;cf .f al' vlis. si-s it rj'T'i'i
as a ueiigtituil invicotal.t. . ; sti
powers of nature are relaxed, it etxr....
re-ir.force and re-estabiis'i them.
Lait. but riot least, n is T' r 0r.:'j 5."
Stimulant lair-g manufactured ir -nis;:'
1 sif.tl itir;.cuo'.i.s n.a'rriai.s, and i r.ti "c v !'
fn-rn acid elen.ent.s resent more er ,e-. -
! nil tlie ordinary tonics and s? nucl.:c:
No family medicine has. ben ? '.n:
sallv. and. it mav be trulv a: tif-erve- -
j ly popular with the intelligent rtl ...
the cmmtifjitv, as hOSTK t 1 Lti
Pu pared by IIOSTETTER M"
Sold by ail Drn'.'ists, G rocers .cJ Si '
! ket per
evt ry v i ere.
i JOHN S, FROMALD
i Dr AlEIi IN
mmmk mu mm
CLOAKS & SHAWLS,.
; Corsets. Ho.'jieti Skirts, Perfumery, i
i ics' and ( -hil.irtn' s Shoes, Gloves, ii---'
, erchiefs. Fancj' (ioods. tioti. r.s, vc.
! MAIN STREET. JOI I NS'i (PA N. ;'
Nov. 20. lSril. ly.
WILLIAM P. PATT0N.
ALL KINDS OF CliB
such as mmrrtdn Winsor Chairs. Fret i'
Chairs, Vienna Chairs. Rustle Cliairs. R
Racked Chairs, Sociable Chairs.
(Cane Sni (ffbir.',
ROCKING CHAIRS, OF EVEIlY ? -
St ttees, Iuinges. &c..&r-
of everv description and of l",.:?
STFLES. U'lTll PRICES TOSlW"'
Tastes of all.
Thankful for past favors, he ref?
fully tolicits a liberal share of public 'p
age. Cliuton Street, JohnstouD &
Co. Pa. Notmp1t JWUi. lP-