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Hfiiiorrat anb Sentinel.
j piison Dowries, Associate Editor.
.- -j,. . : Ti.avix. Some two weeks ago
; .1 :; ;; from Ebensburg to Freeport.
fn.m Blairsville to Free port
v :; ! :t recently finished, a short ile
.. , ftl.e road may bo interesting to
' , ;v ii .its.
. hie you take the cars of the
. s:r:i Pennsylvania Railroad, now
the Pennsylvania Railroad
r Freeport. Distance from
Freeport, thirty-live miles.
you pas through the towns of
tmoreland coimtv, Salt-burg,
tn.ty, and Appollo anl Leech-
,i county ; au neai ami
;i: e villages. Livermore, we
litis 1 population of about 500,
Appollo 700. and Leech-
: f !'; iws the Coiiemaugh and
'. :;i P.'.airsville to Freeport,
areata lour times and l asting
tunnels. At BLdrsvillc, the
v.n as t lie Coneiiiaugh, but on
it S.lt.-Lurg by the Loyal ban
es ai. ! maintains the name of
..fas uuiil it is submerged in
', Allegheny atFreepott.
Ivui i .::g, on the cars, you
: l.ia ! waters f the Coiiemaugh
:!!. is, where they gush f'rth
:;!jt:i::i in small rivulets, and
until they mingle themselves
'.tcr - f
ly i.l.ovc S.iltsburg, can bu seen
the that Salt Works erected in
nsylvaui?. These works were
Mr. Win. J hnston, about 55
i, at which t'u::e Salt was sold at
per bu.-hel. Although this was
;reat Salt manufacturing region of
i r.t little S.-i't is made here now
htaii.e wei.s, we understand, are
! 1 are being woiked on the Alle
.' ;ivi r above and below Freeport.
.e X-rt ii Western llailroad has now
inM.ro x.. Wrort. The cars en ss
Vlleghcny .n a j ermancnt new bridge
-d wheie the old Aoueduet fortncrlv
! run into town.
.iiiroai Hum uumvitic to
iiiv new, in excellent condition, and is
the i:i.;mgo: l -nt of competent and
tn.cn are now enra-
.ad down the North
'.ut olT.eers. V
i extending ine road uown
r Northwest .-i do of the Allegheny
t i the city of Alh-gheny.
. .:. i'i.e; rl we took a trip into Butler
.' region vion hcb so many
,.: crashed and slurs cast by Pitts-
at:d othirs. Oth?r perr-uns may
! y pics- al nt Butler county
ve sj.-f-al; nn.'-rstar.dingly, and will
: '! e e- ':t;'y i.- nut surpassed 1 y
y :.: the St-i:. f.r Agricultural purposes
::.;i;i:.d Wealth. The fccn'-ruiis h.,spi
' f. i-d to n by Hugh MVrea, Ksq.,
' " - a, o mil " i...ne.i, .v. J. Mill
ah w!n.m we tarried,
h : the fact that the
ty a whole-suuled pop-
tiie .ii.-t u
(Jam: Last Saturday
to the lovers of Base
A much game was
. f the East Ward,
e We.-t Ward. It
tiv e mtested jrame.
i-t Ward, and try it
s,- .nut on you, even if
'I he following is the
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to his, in, i
i.iker, r I
4 V. van? , c 7
V Y Jones, p
L' U t h.'f rs, a s
I'd 1) Davis, 1 b
5 II i inger, 2d b
4 S W I)avis,3d b
o.Tin'nipson, I f
."'Marker, c f
:;j W A Jones, r f
4 5 t;
II. A. Young, of the Allegheny
-James J. Oatman, and Elbridge
J-i--i;s. By the following circular
f--en that the Pennsylvania Rail
!il'any have determined to abolish
! - sy t.-ra i f free passes. W'c un-
has hi c;i rendered necessary
abuses to which it has been
" s l ave frequently been trans
n'any instauce.1 sold by those
r'.. I'kksi dent's Office, )
1'hia, July 113. I860.
tue resolutions of the
held in New York,
28th. 38CG. this rnm-
'Hi t y
a; - i .June
' T , - i 1 .
; "'"ie to issue free passes that
Soldieks' Cosvextion. At a. Convec
tion of honoiably discharged soldiers of
Cambria county held at Ebensburg on Wed
nesday the 25th of July, the following pro
ceedings were had :
President, Capt. John Humphreys; A'ice
Presidents, James II. llerrington, private;
Capt. P. O'Connell, James Kussel.
Secretaries, Win. II. Rose, John E. Scan
Ian. On motion of Col. 1$. McDermit a com
mittee of live were appointed to report to
the Convention the names of seven delegates
to icpresent Cambria county at the Soldiers'
Convention to be held in Ilarrisburg on the
1st day of August next. Committee, I).
M'Dermit, F. M.George, Dr. J. L. Brallier,
John B. Fromald, J. C. McClot-key.
Ou motion of John 1'. Linton, Wesley
Spiers, John Couney, Dr. F. Schill, F. P.
On motiou II. D. Woodruff of 27th P. V.
addressed the Convention.
The Committee on Delegates made the
following report : Lieutenant John Porter,
Capt. 11. D. Woodrutf, Sergt. John E. Scan
Ian, Lt. E. It. Dunnegan, private Peter Mc
Dermit, Sergeant II. K. Christy, Adjutant
Wm. II. Bose, Delegates. On motion said
report was received and adopted.
The Committee on Kesolutions reported
the following :
Yi'tWre, That as soldiers of the late war
the great end and object of all our exertions
! and sacrifices was the preservation of the
. I'niou of the States under the Constitution.
; This end and object, proclaimed at the out
; set of the struggle by toifcinn resolution of
( Congress caused the enthusiastic uprising of
: the people at its inception filled the ranks
of the Union Army during its continuance,
. and inspired the hearts and nerved the arms
f of Union Soldiers on all its battle-fields.
: The endeavor of the Radicals now to per-
vert out victory into a disunion triumph is a
, base betrayal of confidence and an unworthy
! perversion of the purposes of the struggle,
j llesolccd. That we look on the persistent
j refusal of the Udtraists in Congress to admit
j l.yal Kepieseiitatives from the Southern
i States and their forcible exclusion of those
j States from all participation in the govern
! nieut as practically asserting that the "War
i fir the Union" was a failure and an actual
i admission that the Secessionists though de
1 feated in the field, were successful in the
j great end which they sought to accomplish
i the disintegration of the Unkii.
! llesolccd, That having, while soldiers used
bullets to prevent the severance of the
Union wliau attempted by the open liostili
j ty of Seeest-ionifts, we will now as citizens
: use ballo's to prevent the same calamity
; when attempted by the secret and insiduous
ai ts of the Abolitionists.
! llesolccd, That we are unalterable oppos-
! ed to Negro Equality and Negro Suffrage
rv'Ort ! that. vr i n.1 i .Tnun 1 1 v ri iii.l i u 1 1 i n tin ii.imn
j . ... .... . .... .i,..., v.J . . ' WW,.. , ... VI.
or ottrr.ifon oomm.io. the claim that to the
; negro troops belongs the. highest mead ol
; honor in the war just closed, and that -e
i unhesitatingly denounce the scheme of the
: majority of Congress in attempting to bribe
1 the Southern States into allowing negro suf
j frage by proff ring to them ou that condition
j the right of representation a right which
i belongs to them without condition and
i which should be conceded without hesita
tion. j Jlc.folved, That we admire the lofty, moral
i courage of Pieoident Johnson in manfully
' and uiiliiuchingly resisting the treasonable
i purposes of the iiadieal portion c f the party
: which elected him, and we will give to his
wUe and cour-titutioual restoration policy
: our most hearty suqort.
! J.'c.folrrd, That believing the election of
; the Hon. Hicster Clymer would be a triumph
: ot the true principles of the government
a recognition that the people of the States
still believe in the Union of the States and
; the equality of the States and a rebuke to
tanaticism and disunionism we will also use
our utmost endeavors to secure his success.
Ju uJred, That if the revolutionary at
tempt of the radicals in Congress, to contin
ue themselves in laeo and power as disclos
ed by one of their own number, should
hive the effect which they seem to expect
an.l precipitate this country into another
Civil War, we will be foundin the future as
we were in the past -shoulder to shoulder"
with those who br.ttle f.r the integrity of
the Union a:;d the supremacy of the laws.
On motion Co!. John P. Linton addressed
On motion of II. D. WoodrulT a County
Committee composed of the following per
sons were appointed :
Allegheny twp. Andrew McGough.
Blacklick twp. Levi Brallier.
Cambria twp. Henry Berg.
Cambria bor. Patrick Ilogan.
Carroll twp. Robert McCombie.
Carrolltown bor. oseph Maucher.
Chest twp. Joseph Swope.
Chest Springs bur. John MeFeely.
Clearfield twp. Silas McGough.
Conemaugh twp. James llussel.
Conemaugh bor., 1st W. II. D. Wood-
rult.; 2d U .John Sybert.
Croyle twp. Wm. Llovd.
Ebeusburg bor., E. W. Geo William
" " W " Wm U Sechler
Galhtzin twp D A McCloskey
Jackson twp James Singer
Johnstown bor., 1st W. Henry Ilite
" 2d " P O'Connell
" 3d JCBarc'ay
" " 4th " Jno B Fromald
" 5th " Wm U Rose
Loretto bor II C Christy
Millville bor Peter McDermit
Prospect bor David Barry
Richland twp Levi Orris'
Summerhill twp J C Noel
Summicville bor Wesley Spires
Susquehanna twp Jacob Stalb
Tayior twp John Cooney
Washington twp John Lynch
"Wilmore bor John Schroath
White twp John Mathews
Yoder twp John Luther
II. D. Woodruff, Chairman.
On motion adjourned sine die.
8 0 Total
rtJ oe deemed m vmiitiVm
iV , wiil. lo:al Pses be given, ex
.' '. "f'antablo purposes, unless
' ti.e eompacy should dtimand
Ei 'JAu TnoMs...K, President.
A LETTEit has been received in Pittsburgh
from Jimmy Hamill, in which he acknowl
edges manfully that he was defeated fa;rly
and squarely, without any drugging or other
foul means on the part of aDy person.
We were compelled to it-fuse an offer of
job printiug the other day by a man way
back, who innocently called to get some
postage stamps priuted ! He was quite dis
appointed because we could no do the work
"he wanted 'em real bad to put on the
letters when he writ to a gal, and they cost
too darn much to buy 'em of them post
oflicc fellers." We sent him to V. S. Bar
ker's Cheap Store. We know he sells cheap
Dr' Goods and Groceries and be might ac
commodate our young friend with the post
Fresh Fish will hereafter be received at
Harry Wilson's Cheap Store, in the hall of
McDonald's brick building, on Thursday of
each week. We are now buying largo sup
plies of ice and small supplies of lish, so
that the fish reach us as fresh and pure as
they appear in the Philadelphia Market.
EuENsmi.G, August 2, 18CG. Flour,
to Jl-i per barrel; Corn, 1 per
bushel; lieans, 1.25 to S2; Hutter, 25c
lcr pound ; Fggs, 20c per dozen ; Flax
seed, $2.50; Timothyseed, $3,50; Clo
verseed, $8 ; ColFee, 33 and 35c per lb. ;
Molasses, 90c per gallon ; Syrup, $1.25
and $1.70; Drown Sugar 14 and 18 cts.
per pound ; White, 20 to 22c ; Uice, 15
cents ; Wool, 50 cents per pound.
Iloate tter'fi stomacli Ultters.
Man wants a tonic no uncommon want
And every year and mouth Lvings forth a
Which, after cramming the gazettes with
The age discovers to be not the true one.
Of such as these h t their concoctors vaunt,
I'll sing the bitters that have credit due
The world's great Tonic, which no skill can
I mean the matchless BITTERS of IIOS
TETTE1L Doctors were living long before old Galen,.
And since, exceeding learned, grave and
But the stomachics they were bound to fail
Success came not until this later age,
Now is the era sick folks are made hale in.
And dread dyspepsia driven fiom the
Agues, remittents, headaches real head
spliiters Vanish like smoke before IIOSTETTER'S
Herbs, barks and roots compose the rare in
fusion; No mineral pNin mars their juices pure.
And Rye's mild essence holds them in so
lution. The taste is pleasant, the effect is sure,
Ne'er have the bitters proved a delusion;
Try them in time, and health and strength
The dragon-blayer figures on the label,
Aud they, like him, to save the weak arc
LOVE AND MATRIMONY.
Ladies and gentlemen, if you wish to
marry, address the undersigned, who will
send you, without monej' and without price,
valuable information that will enable you
to marry happily and speedily, irrespective
of age, wealth, or beauty. This informa
tion will cost yoU nothing, and if you wish
to marry, I will cheerfully assist you. All
letters strictly confidential. The desired in
formation sent by return mail, and uo re
ward asked. Address
SARAH B. LAMBERT.
Grecnpoint, Kings Co., New Y'ork.
WAMED. per day.
AGENTS wanted, ladies and gentiemen, in
every County in the United States, to sell
the Ink Powders of the Aaiericau Jnk Com
pany. The powder sells for forty cents per
package, and will make ink enough to fiill
fifty bottles of the size usually retailed at
ten cents per bottle. A smart agent can sell
a gross of it every day, and clear S27.G0.
The ink can be made from the powder in
three minutes in common boiling water. It
is a perfect black ink, the best in the world.
It flows easily, does not corrode the pen a
particle, never gums up, is rot injured bv
freezing, and its color will last forever.
Every family in America will buy it, as a
package w i 1 1 last a family for years, and ink
can be made in small quantities as wanted.
With each gross we s';ud a thousand circulars-,
with testimonials from clergymen, law
yers, teachers, merchants, commercial col
leges, editors. &c, and the agent's name on
the bills. Only ore person will be made
Agent for a county. The first one sending
$00 for a gross of the powder will receive it
by return express, together with one thou
sand circulars and the right to sell in the
county he or she designates. If others send
for the same county, the money will be re
turned to them fre of expense. To make
sure, one had bettor designate several coun
ties, either of which he or she will take.
Scud for trade list and circulars if you dare
run the risk of waiting, or send the money
for a gross. Letters addressed to the Mayor,
Postmaster, cashiers of the banks, or the ex
press agents of this city, will show that the
business is honorably and squarely conduct
ed. An Ink Powder will be sent by mail
to any address, free of charge, ou receipt of
iorty cents. -
Address, writing yoar name, town, coun
ty and State distinctly,
AMERICAN INK COMPANY,
Manchester N. II.
THOMAS W. LANE,
Clerk for the Company and Special Agent
July 12. 1806.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A Gentleman who suffered for vears from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and al
the affects of youthful indiscretion, will, for
the sake of suffering humanity, send free to
all who need it, the receipt and directions
for making the simple remedy by which he
was cured. Sufferers wismng to profit by
the advertiser's experience, can do so by
No. 13 Chambers St., New York.
Feb. 1st, 1860. ly.
PER YEAR ! We want Agents eve
wi.uu J ry where toseilour lill'KU .u yJU
Sewiug Machines. Three new kinds. Un
der and upper feed. Sent on trial. War
ranted five years. Above salary or lar,
commissions paid. The Only machines
sold in the United States for less than $40
which are fully licensed by JFoice, Wheeler
SfUilson. in-over Baker, buiger S,- Co
and Bachildcr. All other cheap machines
are injrinfjemen4 and the seller or user are
liable to arrest. jine and imprisonment.
Illustrated circulars sent free. Address
or call upon Shaw & Clark, at Biddeford
Maine, or Chicago, 111. May 31, ISOG.-ly
The advertiser, having been restored to
heaith in a few weeks by a very simple
remedy, after having suffered for several
years with a severe lung aii'ectiou, and that
dread disease, Gn.-urnption is anxious to
make known to his fdlow-tuilcrcrs the
means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy
of the prescription used ffu-e of charge)
with the directions fur preparing and using
the same, which they will find a suns cirHE
for Consumption, Asthma, Buonchitis,
Core lis. Colds, and all Throat and Lung
Affections. The only object of the adverti
ser in sending the Prescription is to benefit
the afflicted, and spread information which
ho conceives to bo invaluable, and he hopes
every sufferer will try his remedy, as it wiil
cost them nothing, and may prove a bless
ing. Parties wishing the prescription, fkee,
by return mad, will please address
Rev. ED WARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co , New York
Feb. 1, 18C6.1y.
STRANGE, BUT TRUE.
Every young lady and gentleman in the
United States can hear something very
much to their adv antage by return mail (free
of charge,) by addressing the undersigned.
Those having fears or being humbugged will
Ob hgo by not noticing thw card. All others
win piease address their obedient servant
TIIOS. F. CHAPMAN, '
i. , -.r. 831 Broadway, New York.
Feb. 1 186G. lv.
Orphans' Court Sale.
BY virtue of an alias order of the Orphans
fj Court of Cambria county, the undersigned
will expose at public sale, at the hotel o
George Weulroath, in the borough of Wil
more, on Monday, the 27th day of August
next, at one o clock, 1'. M., the following
reai estate of which Bernard Oonnelley died
seized, iz :
A certain piece or parcel of land, situpte
in Summerhill twp., Cambria co., (beintr the
i south end of the tract of which it is a part.)
I beginning at a post, a comer cf land of
i John Piumnity, and Patrick M Dunn, theuce
west by lino of land of sai l McDunn, 1C5
tierches to a nost: thence north by lino of
land of Patrick McCirmick 55 perches to a
post; thence through the tract of which it
is a part, east 135 perches to stones; thence
by Iaid of John 1 iummer south 55 perchea
to the place of beginning; containing lorty-
six acres and sixty-five perches, be the same
more or less.
Terms of Sale : One half on confirma
tion thereof, and the residue iu one yeai
thereafter, with interest, to be secured by
the judgment bonds and mortgage ol pur
Julv 26.'00.-3t. Executrix.
PALLAGIIER'S MAGICAL HAIR OIL,
(J and VEGATABLE OIL SOAP, for sale
at the Book Store of
Feb. 22, 18G6. JAMES MURRAY.
C3- Mr. Washburne, of 111., continues
ill, and visitors arc excluded.
f ANTED, AGENTS-$75 to $200 PER
MONTH for gentlemen, and 435 to $75
lor lames, everywhere, to introduce the Cel
ebrated Common Sense Family Sewing Ma
chine, improved and perfected. It wilfhem,
fell, stitch, quilt, bind, braid aud embroider
beautifully. Price only $20, making the
clastic lock stitch, and fully warranted for
three years. We pay the above wages or a
commission, from which twice that amouut
can be made. Address with stamp or call
on C. BOWERS dr. CO., Salesrooms No
255 South FIFTH street, Philadelphia, Pa.
All letters answered promptly, with circu
lars and terms. May 31, 18tii.-lt.
Orphan' Court Sale.
Y virtue of an alias order of the Orphans'
Gjurt of Cambria count v, the undersigned.
will expose to sale by public vendue or out
cry, at the Court House, in the Borough of
Ebensbunr, on Saturday, the 25th day of
August next, at one o'clock. P. M., the fol
lowing real estate of which John Rccs, late
of Blacklick township, died seized, viz :
A certain tract piece or parcel of land,
situate in Cambria township, Cambria coun
tv. a ! joining lands of Jacob Campbell, .Mc-
Donald.aud others, now in the possession of
David Roes, containing fatty acres, more or
less, about 15 acres of which are cleared,
and thereon erected a hewed log house, and
a log stable or barn, being premises No. 3,
mentioned and described iu tho inquisition
on the rca! estate of the said John Rees,
deceased, made pursuant to proceedings in
Terms of Sale One half of tho purchase
money to be paid on confirmation of sale,
and the residue in one year thereafter, with
interest, to be secured by the bond and
mortgage of the purchaser.
July 2G, 1806.-3t Administrator.
Estate of John Dougherty, .Deceased,
E ITERS OF ADMIMSIKAT1UN on
the estate of John Dougherty, late of
Chest township, Cambria county, Penn'a.,
deceased, having been granted to the under
signed, by the Register of said county, all
persons indebted to said deceased are re
quested to make payment, and those having
claims are hereby notified to present them
properly authenticated for settlement.
CATHARINE DOUGHERTY, Adm'x.
Chest township, June 28, 18G6.-CL
PQi) A MONTH ! Agents wanted for six
Ijjij cntirdt new articlcs,ysx, out. Adrcss
O. T. GAREY, City Buildin.', Biddeford.
Me. Hay 31, ISOG.-ly.
BY virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni
Ejqxinas of the Court of Common Pleas
of Cambria county, Pennsylvania, and
to me directed, there will be expos
ed to public sale, at the Court House,
in Ebensburg, on Saturday, the 4th day of
Augu:t next, at one o'clock, p. m.. the fol
lowing real estate, to wit :
All the right, title, and interest, of B.
M. Lemon, of. in and to a niece or n.irrpl r.f
land situate iu Washington township, Cam- I
bria county, adjoining lands of M M Adams, j
heirs of Edward Donaldson ond ethers, con- !
taiuing three hundred and fifty acres mor i
or less, having thereon a good coal bauU,
hoppers, lateral railroad and other improve
ments. Taken iu execution and to 1 e sold
at the suit of Henry Seanlan, Administrator
of Andrew Stuppy, dee'd.
CONDITIONS OF SALE.
D7" N. B. The Sheriff has made the fol
lowing conditions of sale, viz : One fourth cf
the purchase money on each sale to be paid
at the time the property is struck down,
when the sale amounts to 500 ami upwards;
under $500 and more than $100, the one
third ; under $100 and more than 850, the
half; less than $50- the whole amount ;
otherwise the property will be immediately
put up to sale again, and no deed will he
presented for acknowledgment unless the
balance cf the pai chase money be paid on
or before the following Monday.
JAMES MYERS, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Ebensburg, 1
July 18, 180G.3L. J
Valuable Farm for Sale.
1T1IE subscriber e fkrs at Private Sale, tht
1 farm on which he now resides, situated
1-J miles East of Wilmore Borough, Cambrii
Co. Pa., Containing about
190 A'-rej, 100 of which are in a yooJ jstalt
(fculticaliin and under yowl fence.
The balance is well timbered. A largt
Frame Barn, a Dwelling House, and twe
Tenant Houses are erected thereon; also
Wagon Shed and other out-buildins. Thert
is a young Apple Orchard of 250 tree's
bearing choice fruit. The farm is well water
eel. Iu the farm-yard flows a never-fiulin."
fountain. The soil is excellent. Sixty acri
of new land are now under grass. For fur
ther information, apply cn the premises.
July 14,'GC-tf. Wilmore, Pa.
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AND COFFEE BOILERS, GLUE
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3- All the cooking for a -3
03- family may be done with
rj- Kerosene "Oil, or Gas, -
0- with less trouble, and at -Q
3- less expense,than by any -C3
S3- other fuel.
Each Article manufactured by this Com
pany is guaranteed to perform all that is
claimed for it.
Send for a Circular. .Q
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO TIIE TRADE.
KEROSENE LAMP HEATER CO.
20G PEARL STREET, N. Y.
Lash's Five Doilar Washing Machine.
now offeree! to the public as the cheajiesl
sinqlest and most (ficienl Washing Ma
chine in the country.
The exclusive right for the sale of this
machine in your own State or County, can
be securc-d by applying soon at our store.
727 Maiktt street, Philadelphia, Pa.
J. S. LASH. & CO.
Also, the best Clothes Wringer in the
Market, Wholesale and Retail.
Cc? A very liberal discount to country
merchants ami elcalers generally
May 31, 18CG.-4t.
TETTERS of Administration cum testa mcn
ll to annexo, upon the estate e.f Richard
Nagle, late of Susquehanna township Cam
bria county, deceased, have been grr.nted to
the subscribers, by the Register of Cambria
county. All persons indebted to saiel estate
will please come forward and pa the same ;
and those having claims against will present
them properly authenticated for settlement.
JOHN R. NAGLE.
RICHARD II. NAGLE,
. May 17, 18GG-Gt. Executors.
J. T. Headley's History of tho War.
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the Rebellion, which is fully attested by the
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large portion of the country still uncan-vassed.
We are obliged to run our presses night
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Men ot character anel ability who fiesire a
lucrative emploj ment, will find this a rare
The price ot the work in one volume is so
low, (compared with other Histories) as to
bring it within the reach ol all classes.
For full particulars send for a circular.
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148 Asylum street.
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WELSH A- ROP.B.
430 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Jlain street, between FianUin and Clinton,
Morth side, JOIiySlOWX, PA.
HAS constantly on hand a large and well
selected stock of seasonable
. ir his n ins:
His stock conists of almost every article
usually kept in a retail store, ;dl of which
have been selected with care and are e fiered
at prices which cannot fail to prove saliafac
terv. Call anil examine for yourselves.
Nov. 16. lSGo.Cm.-. II. "WALTERS.
CORNER C.ROCEKY .STOI!k7
THOjIAS & 1VMVBH,
Comer oj Main and Franldin Steals,
I7EEPS constantly ou hand a geueial as
Country Produce, eve. together with Spices,
Piekles, Preserved Fruits. Diied Fruits.
Tobacco, Cigars. Ac, all of which will be
sold as cheap as the cheapest. Call a'.el
examine our sieck. Nov. 1G, ISCo.ly.
June 7, iSCu.
5-20 Arcli Strec, Iii!ad(.lp!ila,
FINE GOLD JEWELRY,
Estate of Conrad Behe, Deceased.
JniEEEAS, Letters of Administration
V T on the estate of Conrad Behe, late of
Washington townshtp, Cambria county, Pa..
deceased, having been granted to the under
signed by the Register of said county, all
persons having claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present them properly
anthenticateel for settlement, and those in-
lebteri are requested to make payment with
June 28, 18GG.-Gt.-.
and superior SILVER PLATED WARE, at
Reduced Prices. March rj, 18CG.Sm.
EALER in FRESH FISH, DRIED and
CANNED FRUITS, RIPE FRUITS, and
ARPENTER'S RHEUMATIC FLUID, for
sale at tho Book Store of
Feb. 22, lfOjfj. JAMES MURRAY.
EARLY VEGETABLES, together with oth
er articles, can be f und in the Hall of Mc
Donald's brick building on the coiner of
High and Centre streets. It is his inten
tion to receive FRESH FISH on Thursday
of each week. Canned Fruits always on
hand, and Early Vegetables re eiveel three
or four times each week, fresh fiom tho
Philadelphia market. June 23, 18GG.
S. TX Petteugiil &Co.
Advertising Agents, 37 Pauk Row
New York, and 10 State trect, Boston,
are the authorized Agents feir the "Dem
ocrat & Skxtinel," and the most influen
tial and largest circulating Newspapers in
the - United States and Canadas. They
are empowered to contract for us at our
Lime for Sale.
THE undersigned is prepared to ship Lime
from LiPy Station, or No. 4, on the) Ponn-
i sylvania Railroad to Ebensburg, Johnstown.
! or any other point on the IVnna. R. R., or
, its branches.
j Address. WM. TILEY,
J'.m:2,-tf Il'-iulvck, Cwnbria e-o.. IV..