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The "Loyai" Road to Wealth.
!. G't.'t a position as an agent in
the FreeilmenV Bureau. Previous
' thereto, or subsequently, assume the
name oi Keverend, or o-et yourself
dubbe.l that by partial triends.
This is essential, because it will in
spire all Republican editors, strong
minded women, and liadicals gen
erally, with a faith in you that can
not bu shaken, no matter what you
1. Select a nice place to live in,
and uent yourself a plantation on
3. Contract with youksklf for
the requisite number of able-bodied
freed men, wages part of the crop of
rice, sugar or cotton, when made,
you to feed and clothe them mean
while. 4. Supply them liberally with ra
tions and clothes from the Govern
ment stores and at public expense.
This will add largely to your profits,
though it helps to swell the taxation
at the North.
;". "When the crop is harvested,
sell the w hole of it, pocket the pro
ceeds, and leave without paying
your laborers. Conscience need not
trouble 3 011 in this, as you will leave
them no worse oil' than you found
(. Return to your native village
and assume the airs and snivel of
martyrdom; if you can be "a victim
of the President!! policy," it will pay
v.ell in securing you plenty of de
fenders of the Ingest political iiitfii-
Having now wealth and position,
vou are prepared to lecture Demo
crats on their sins. These lectures,
if well spiced with "Copperhead,
-"disloyal, and like epithets, with
now and then a donation to the so
ciety for the prevention of the re
construction of the Union, will so
relieve your mind, that you can pass
quietly down the vale of life in all
the odor of hypocrisy, and finally
die the death of the pious, accord
ing to the profitable doctrines of the
Unconstitutionality of the Income Tax.
A case is being prepared by a citi
zen of Springfield, Illinois, to test
before the United States Supreme
Court the constitutionality of the in
come tax. This person reports an
income of ."2,00, but, protesting
against the legality of the tax, de
clines to pay it, and will when the
usual compulsory action i brought,
ask an injunction from .Judge Davis,
of the United States Court, restrain
ing the revenue collectors from act
ing. By tlr's means the question
will ultimately be brought before
the highest judicial tribunal for ad
judication. The counsel who is engaged in
preparing the movement against the
income tax law, makes the follow
ing points :
1. The Federal Constitution pro
vides (article one, section two, par
agraph three) that Representatives
and direct taxes shall be apportion
ed among the several States accord
ing to their respective number..
2. An income tax is a direct tax.
'L It must therefore be apportion
ed among the several States accord
ing to their numbers.
4. The income tax as now impos
ed by acts of Congress, is not ap
portioned among the States accord
ing to their numbers, but is laid by
the rule of uniformity.
. The acts of Congress imposing
such income tax are, therefore, un
constitutional and void. The tax
can not be collected.
So.mi: boys were playing cards, re
cently, in a hay mow in the country,
during a terrible storm of wind, rain
and thunder. When the war of the
dements was at its height, a tree
near the old barn was struck by
"lightning, and at the same moment
a severe blast of wind upset the up
per story of the barn and tumbled
the card players to the ground, amid
a perfect wreck of boards, beams and
rafters. The lirst thing that was
heard above the in of tempest was
the voice of one of the boys, as he
crawled out of the debris, holding
fast to the cards, "Remember, boys,
T played the tray for low. That
chap will be a Lieutenant General, if
we ever have another war.
Two hard things to do': First, to
talk ot yourself without being vain;
f-econd to talk of others withhut slan
der. We don't advise vou to trv.
The Next Congress.
The N. Y. Commercial Advertis
er in an article on w ho will compose
the next Congress, says: Xine
tenths of the present members of
the present House of Representa
tives anxiously desire to be re-elected
to the next Congress, and already
some of them have been re-nominated.
Rut others have been left
"out in the cold, ''and now meditate,
with Senators Clark and Foster,
over the uncertainty of politics and
the ingratitude of politicians. It is
evident that there is some breaking
up of the political machinery, and
that while "the boys in blue' are
making their presence manifest, the
people are displaying their discon
tent with the acts of some of those
now occupying high places.
"During the war a man who veil
tured to question the ability of a
representative in Congress or to
make any suggestion as to his affili
ations with bounty agents or con
tractors, was denounced as a cop
perhead, and told that he was an
enemy of the Union candidate.
There is no excu-e for this political
dragooning now, and more than one
representative can see on the wall,
in plain characters, a summons to
give way to a better man. Even
Xew England will change her dele
As I was walking down street the
other day, I met three little boys,
on the sidewalk playing marbles.
I watched them witli some interest
as I passed slowly by them, thev
seemed so happy and interested in
their game; when one of them ex
claimed, "by George, that was a
lucky hit, wasn't it.'
The second boy looked up in
much surprise at the words he used.
"Why, Charlie," said he, "you are
a swearer.' '.'Xo, I ain't," said
Charlie ; "that isn't swearing."
"Well, it's almost swearing, at
any rate ; mother says so ; and she
tells me not to use such words, for
if I do, I shall say real bad words
before I think of it."
That mother was right in tellin
her son not to use such words.
There are many similar words and
expressions which boys are much in
the habit of using ; but as that boy
said, it is very easy to go from
these to something worse, and final
ly to profane swearing. Xo Chris
tian gentleman, and certainly no
lady of refinement ever says "By
George," or ucs any other similar
expression. It adds no force to
what is said. It only borders on
profanity, and shows a lack of true
The vote in Congress for negro
suilVage was as follows:
For the measure, all the Repub
licans. Against the measure, all the Dem
ocrats. In the Senate of Pennsylvania
the vote stood :
For the measure, all the Repul)
licans. Against the measure, all the Dem
ocrats. Look at the record.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron Ware.
FRANK W. HAY,
Canal street, bdoio Canton, Johnstown, Pa.,
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assort
ment of Sugar Kettles, Brass or Copper
Kettles, Tin-Ware; all kinds of Sheet-Iron
Ware; Enameled and Tinned Iron Ware;
Copper Ware made to order. Sad Irons or
Smoothing Irons, Zinc Washboards,
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES
of every Pittsburgh or Philadelphia manu
facturer always on hand or procured on five
ODD PLATES and GRATES for Stoves
always on hand.
SPOUTING, Miner's Lamps, Oil Cans,
FRUIT CANS and Powder Horus of all
sizes, constantly on hand.
COFFEE MILLS, Toasting Forks. Oyster
Broilers, Jelly Cake Moulds, Table and Tea
Spoons, Coal Duckets &c.
PRICE LIST now ready for the Trade.
Merchants are respectfully invited to call
and examine our wares. Send for a cata
logue before purchasing elsewhere.
The above goods will be furnished
VB50"LES A L.E OR RETAIL..
FRANK W. HAY'S WAREHOUSE,
And Save Ticcnty-fve per Cent
On your purchases. It can be found on
Canal street, below Clinton. (My.4,66.1y.)
Johustown, June 21, 1866. .
The Mystery, by Mrs. Wood. The Heir
ess of Bellcfont. By E. Bennett.
William Allair.By Mrs. II.. Wood. Col
lege Life, By F. H. Fanor. North Pacific
Exploring Expedition, By A. II. Ilarbers
ham. For sale by
Johnstown Marble Works;
A NEW STOCK
larcre and linnd-tom invnirn cS!f 4
Italian and American
comprising the largest and finest 7.
ofl- F u v li. i- Or-'
diuv.iv vji mm! ever urougiu- 10
T,.L. i i .: ii m i jftg:
on Franklin Street, where he is prepared,
with an adequate force of experienced and
skilful workmen, to executs all kinds of
MONUMENTS. Mantels, Tombstones. Ta
ble and Bureau Tops, &c, as cheap as they
can be purchased in any of the cities.
A large stock of Gjuxdstoxes on hand
and for sale low.
A room has been opened in Ebensburg, a
few doors west of Dr. S. S. Christy's Drug
Store, where articles of my manufacture are
kept constantly on hand, to which the at
tention of purchasers is invited.
OCT"" Trompt attention paid to orders from
a distance and work delivered where de
sired. JOHN PARKE.
June 7, 18C6.
C The subscri
ber announces to the public, that he lias
repurchased the Ebensburg Foundry and is
prepared to furnish his former customers
and all others with every description of cast
ings usually manufactnrcd at a county es
tablishment. He will alwavs keen on hand
the best qualitv of COOKING STOVES,
PARLOR STOVES, OFFICE STOVES, &c.
Also PLOWS, of the most approved pat
tern. PLOW POINTS, THRESHING
MACHINES and all other articles connect
ed with the business of a Foundry.
He invites the patronage of the public
and will sell at the most reasonable prices, J
tor cash or country produce.
March 29, 18C5-ly.
MIME BOOK SI
D) ! C.
J J J J LT.
On Main street, Ebensburg Pa.,
EEPS constantly on hand and for sale, a
general supply of
Envelopes, Writing Ink, Pens, Pencils,
" Pen Holders,
Magazines, and other articles in his line, all
of which are sold at reasonable rates.
February 8, 1800.
JOIIXSTOWA im. '
ALL KISDS OF CHAIRS,
such as common Winsor Chairs, Fret Back
Chairs, Vienna Chairs, Bustle Chairs, Rim
Backed Chairs, Sociable Chairs,
Cane Stat (Stairs,
ROCKING CHAIRS, OF EVERY SIZE
SPIUXfi SEAT CHAIRS
Settees, Lounges, &c, &c.
of every description and" of latest
STYLES, WITH PRICES TO SUIT THE
Tastes of all.
Thankful for past favors, he respect
fully solicits a liberal share of public patron-
Clintcn Street, Johnstown Cambria
November 20th. 1S61.
A. M'FADDON & BROTHERS.
OLD BRICK WAREHOUSE.
Dealers in all kinds cf
MACKEREL, CORN MEAL,
CODFISH, NAILS & IRON,
LEAD & OILS.
All of which are sold low fir cash.
Iloilidaysburg, May 31, 1805-tf
18GG. PHILADELPHIA. ISG6.
HOWELL & KOURKE,
Corner FOURTH & MARKET Streets.
N. B. Always in Store, a Largo Stock of
LINEN & OIL SHADES.
March 1, lSG6.3m.
' .it- I U T
AT THE PEN2PA It ALB 0 AD DEPOT
MEALS HEADY OX THE ARRIVAL
OF ALL TRAJXS. "
J. H. CLARK & CO., Proprietors.
Sept. 23, 18G3. tf
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD, The
Whitest, the most durable and most eco
nomical. Try it ! Manufactured only by
ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers,
No. 137 North THIRD Street.
February 8, 186G.ly.
KONIGSBURG, PRUSSIA, 1SG3,
IN COMPETITION WITH ALL the lead
1 ing Sewing Machines in EUROPE AND
AMERICA, and the United States Agricul
tural Association ; Metropolitan Mechanics'
Institute, Washington; Franklin Institute,
Philadelphia; Mechanics Association.Boston;
American Institute, New York ; Maryland
Institute, Baltimore; Mechanics Association.
Cincinnati ; Kentucky Institute, Louisville ;
Mechanics Insitute, San Francisco; and at
EVERY STATE AND COUNTY FA Hi
WHERE EXHIBITED THIS SEASON.
Upwards of 200,000 of these Machines
HAVE ALREADY BEEN SOLD,
a fact that speaks louder than words of the
success and popularity of Wheeler & Wil
The Cheapest Mactine in the World,
Because it is the Best.
Every Machine Warranted For Three Years.
Customers Risk Nothing in Purchasing.
Always happy to Exhibit and Explain them.
C7Circulars, containing an explanation
of the Machine, with testimonials from ladies
of the highest social standing, given on ap
plication, either in person cr by mail.
WM. SUMNER Sl CO.,
Agents for the Western States and Western
Principal office and Wholesale Emporium :
No. 27 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
July 20, 18C5.
LOOK HERE !
THE undersigned will sell at private sale
the fallowing real estate in Cambria
county, viz :
A tract of land in Washington township,
situate 1 i miles from Cresson, adj-lining
lands of IM. M. Adams. Daniel Criste, Hugh
J. M'Closkey, Joseph Criste, Jacob Burgoun,
and others, containing about 313 acres.
Ai.so A piece or parcel of land situate
in the same township, about two miles frum
the borough of Wilmore and one mile from
Portage Station, adjoining lands of P. M'
Gough, Esq., containing NINETY-SIX
ACHES, about sixty acres of which are
cleared, having thereon erected a frame
dwelling house and frame barn. On this
tract there is a large vein of '.imestone and a
vein of coal.
Also Two contiguous tracts of coal
and timber land, situate near Summerhill
Station, in Croyle township, containing 300
acres, fifty of which are cleared, having
thereon erected a dwelling house and barn.
Also A tract of timber land in l.laek
lick and C.irro'l townships, containing SIT
acres. A branch of the Blacklick creek and
Dutch run pass through the same. This is
a desirabk" property.
Ai.so The farm and coal tract formerly
owned by JohnGillan, Sr., situate in Black
lick township, about seven miles North-west
of Ebensburg, adjoining lands of the late
John Gillan, Jr., David Rowland. David
Davis, Jr., and Jacob and Teter Wagner,
containing 123 acres, or thereabouts, having
thereon erected a god stone dwelling hou.-e
and a loi barn. This lajd contains an
abundance of coal of a superior quality a
vein 4h feet thick having been opened and
Also A piece or parcel of land situate
in Cambria township, adjoining the ancient
city of Buleaw, containing G2 acres.
Also A number of lot?, dwelling
houses, and pieces or parcels of ground
situate in and near the boro' of Ebensburg.
Also Other lands located in different
parts of the county not above designated.
Ebensburg, Nov. 30, 1865. tf.
The undersigned keeps constantly on
hand and is still manufacturing all articles
in his line such as,
FINE SINGLE & DOUBLE HARNESS
BLIND BRIDLES. RIDING BRIDLES,
CHECK LINES, HALTERS, WHIPS,
which he will dispose of at low prices for
His work is all warranted, and being ex
perienced, be puts the best of leather in his
work. Thankful for past favors, he hopes,
by attention to business to merit a continu
ance of the patronage heretofore so liberal
ly extended to him.
Shop above the store of Robert Davis.
Persons wishing good and substantial Har
ness can be accommodated by.
Ebensburg Dec, 11, 1861-tf.
Great Improvement in Sewing
EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINE
PATENTED FEB. 14, 1800.
e i 1 536 Broadway, New York.
Salesrooms, !-ocr. i- c.. t .
' J 250 U aslnngton St., Boston.
THIS MACHINE is constructed on en
tirely new principles of mechanism, possess
ing many rare and valuable improvements,
having been examined by the most profound
experts, and pronounced to be
Simplicity and Perfection Combined.
It has a straight needle, .perpendicular
action, makes the LOCK or SHUTTLE
STITCH, which will neither RIP nor
RAVEL, and is alike on both sides ; performs
perlect sewing on every description of
material, from Leather to the finest Nansook
muslin, with cotton, linen or silk thread,
from the coarsest to the finest number.
Having neither CAM or COG WHEEL, and
the least possible friction, it runs as smooth
as glass, and is
Emphatically a Noiseless Machine.
It requires FIFTY PER CENT, less
power to drive it than any other machine ia
market. A girl twelve years of age can
work it steadily, without fatigue or injury
Its strength and wonderful simplicity of
construction renders it almost impossible to
get out ot order, and is GUARANTEED
by the company to give entire satisfaction.
We respectfully invite all those who mav
desire to supply themselves with a superior
article, to come and examine this UNRI
But in a more especial manner do we
Solicit the patronage of
Vest ami Pantaloon
ILx'P Skirt Manufac
turers, Shirt and Besom
One half hour's instruction is sufficient to
enable any person to work this Machine to
their entire satisfaction.
Agents wanted for all towns in the United
States, where agencies are not already
established. Also for Cuba, Mexico, Central
and South America, to whom a liberal
discount will be given.
J. T. McARTHUR & CO.,
536 Broad wav, New York.
D. & CO. 250 Washington St., Boston,
021 Chesnut Sc.. PLila.
October 12, 1SC5.
To the Public.
II E JILOCK A W A K E !
The subscribers take pleasure in calling
the attention of the public to the fact that
the have just received at their
NEW STORE, AT LILLY'S STATION,
a large and varied stock of
ef every style,
Boots axd SnoEs, Hats ixn
t-Lutit. 11 A COX, GROCERIES. FISH,
SALT, HARDWARE, Q U E ENS W A RE,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
NOTIONS, and in fact any and -everything
usually found in a country store,
which thev offer at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES rou CASH.
CO Goods give a iu exchat-ge for a'l kinds
of marketable country prMuce.
J. II. DYSAKT & CO.
Hemlock, May 3, lSCG-Stu.
THE UNDERSIGNED begs leave to inform
the citizens if Cambria and adjoining
counties, that he has jut received a stock
of the finest Italian and other Marbles at his
Establishment in Lorctto Cambria co.. Pa..
Monuments, Tombs, Grave Stones, Table
and Bureau i.ps, manufactured of the most
beautiful and finest quality of Foreign and
Domestic marble, always on hand and made
to order as cheap as they can be purchased
in the city, in a neat and workmanlike
manner, and on the shortest notice.
The public are respectfully invited to gne
me a call before purchasing elsewhere, as I
am confident that.niy work and prices will
satisfy any person desiring any thing in my
line of busine.-s.
Note is the time to net a cheap iob !
Lorctto, April 12, lSG.ly.
fE are uow selling Exchange (at Xew York
England, Ireland, Scotland,
Wales, Germany, Prussia,
Austria, Bavaria, Wurtemberg,
Baden, Hessen, Saxony,
Hanover, Belgium, Switzerland,
Holland, Norway and France.
And Tickets to and from any Port in
England, Ireland, Scotland,.
Germany, France, California,
New South Wales or Australia.
KERR & CO.
Altoona, March 1, l86G.ly.
JOHN 1) THOMAS.
Boot and Shoe Maker,
SHOP ON MAIN ST'T., EBENSBURG,
one door East of Crawford's hotel, and
immediately opposite the store of E. J.
Mills & Co, is prepared to do all work in his
line on short notice and in a workmanlike
The work done at this establishment will
compare favorable with that of any shop in
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh or elsewhere in the
country. French Calf. Common Calf, Mo
rocco and all kinds of Leather constantly on
hand. All work warrauted to render satis
faction. November 2 1865.1r.
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD, Will
do more and better work at a given Cost,
than any other ! Try it! Manufactured only
by ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers,
Xo. 137 North THIRD Street.
Feb. 8, 18GG.ly.
HELM BOLD'S BIT HU
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY F
Irritation of the Neck of the B:a::-
llammation of the Kidneys. Cat.irrh
Bladder, Stranguar' or Painful Ur
For these diseases it is truly a ,v -remedy,
and too much cannot 'it .'.
praise. A tingle dose has Ix-i-t
j relieve the most urgent symptoms.
Are you troubled with that c
pain in the small tf the back a::T!
the hips? A teaspoouful a
hold's Buchu will relieve ycu. '
Physicians and 0ther5
I make co secret of ingredients, ft
hold's Extract Buchu is comre . fP -
Cubebs, and Juniper Berries, stltctel
great care, prepared vacuo and a-.-coru -
PHARMACY AND CnEMISTl.Y
These ingredients are known a?
valuable Diuretics afforded.
Is that which acts upon the ki.inevi
IIELAIBOLDS EXTRACT BUG
Is pleasant in taste and odor, free f.-, -injurious
properties, and immediate
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF L
See Medical Properties contained in ft..-:
satory of the U. S., of which tie f.'l .-.
a correct ccpy :
Buchu. Its odor is strong, di.Tn-ire.
somewhat aromatic, its tas'e Lituri;.., ;
analogous to ihat'cf mist. It i-
chit-fly in complaints of the U'rir.rv 0 .
such as Gravel, Chronic Catnh ;
Bladder, Moibid Irritatij.n of ti.e LY
and Urethra, Diseases of the Pr -r....
Retention of the Incontinence . .f Vf.z.
a Il.ss of tone in the parts colxtui :
evacuation. It Las al.-o been tpc !:.:
in Dyspepsia, Caronic RLeuniausic, L :jl
ous Aliectu.iis. ami ir.-j sv.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
See Professor Dewee's valuable works 12
Practice of P'nvsin-
See Ren.rfvs L.ade by the celehrat-i "
Vi.vsic, 01 1 uii iueiphia.
S?e any and all Standard works
Largest Manufacturing Cf. r.;'
IN THE WORLD.
I am acquainted with H. T.1L1'.
he occupied the drug store opt- i.u- c
residence, and was successful in .
the busine.-s where ctheis bal i;1
rqu V.ly so befo re him. I have b- -ju :v
My impressed with Lis eliarir- r ?rr.
tcrprise. WM. WFIGHTMAX
(Firm of Powers & Weig: tman,)
fact tiring Chemists, X'lith and Br.v."L
From the PhiVa Er. Bulletin, Mir'
W e are gratified to Lear of the c
success, in New Yoik, f cur to
Mr. II. T. ILlmbod, I)i ur-ist. lli rt
next to the Metropolitan "lLjkl, i
front, 2G0 feet deep, and flVe stories 1.
It is certainly a grand establishmeiit.
speaks favorably of the merit of Lis art..'
He retains his Ofhee and Laboratory
city, which are also model ebUblisLmt!..
The proprietor has been induced t- r
this statement from the fact that i..- rn
dies, although advertised, are
And, knowing that the intelligent r-::
from using anything pertaining U
or the Patent Medicine order mr.-t
are prepared by self styled Doctors, v:
too iguoract to read a physician s s::
prescription, much less competent t p
pare pharmaceutical preparations.
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various means of effecting salts, .-xl-copying
parts of advertisements r ! j -'-remedies,
and finishing with ceriiti .r-.
The Science of Medicine etan.'.s SlMIi-
its Basis, Induction for it Pillar. 1:"'
alone for its Capital.
A WORD OF CAUTION.
liealtn is most important: ai! i-
dieted should not use an advertiser! nied.;J
or any remedy, unless its content c JEt
dienti are known to others oesv-its .
manufacturer, or until they are s.it:Mt
the qualifications of the party so c-rxz:
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU. .
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPAK
AND IMPROVED ROSE WAJ
EstablisJied Upicards cf Sixteen
H. T. HELMB0LE
IIELMBOLD'S DRUG AND
No. 104 South Tenth Street, Philad-:
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST?
Nov. SO, 1805. P -v