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& and largest circulating Newspapers in
L United States and Canadas. .They
ire empowered to contract for us at our
E!KXS8U"iiO & CRKSSON RAILROAD.
On and after Monday, May 21. 1866.
trr.ias on tliis road will run as follows :
: pVE EOENSBUBO
y C05 A. M.. connecting with Baltimore
Fspr-sa West aud Day Express East.
C 40 I. M-. connecting with Phila. Ex.
E-st and Day Express West.
t 8 iiO A. M.. or on departure cf Bait.
F.xpres V"et. m.m
At 8.40 T. M.. or on departure of the Phila
delphia Express West.
A. Cukiosity. Through the kindness
of Mr. James Farren, of Washington tp.,
this county, wc have been furnished with
a paper printed at Kingston, Ulster CO.,
"cw York. It is dated January 4, 1 800,
and contains the announcement of the
Vath of George Washington, and also
President Adams' address to the House of
Representatives on tliis melancholy occur
rence.' Wooden column rules are used on
the inside of the paper for mourning.
Suir.e of its advertisements date back to
177(7. Peter Ton Droeck was then Sher
i:i" of Ulster county, and from the number
i f k'n ilicia writs issued, wc would judge
tiiiit he was an important personage. The
t'uliuwiug is -no of the extracts which
we ccjiv rLhitii'c ti t lit death uni burial
';'!',. is i!!-:y;noi;; u;r.n :
(.'a V.'t ..ii.-,:.iy lu-i, ti.o iii-.rt.il part if
A .Mu. . N 1 1 if (itiMt. the Father ol
, . ..:.!: l;o r'neiiJ of Man. wad
j..- : il iiie t"ini, w ilh ssoleuili hoUora
i.i i ; iL.-lc ut p'-rx'i.s LiiiiHiiblcil, from
,:;v i.ai' s r-'und, at JdwM.t Vcviion, the
. .. ; ' UU 1 i.ia" Ic.-i .'.i.cf t ths lilua
us ..;'. !. l lf.Tii west: Ihe iiiivea ll caj a
(.i i. avenues, the tiCi'.uulul and 'uL:iu.
j tue noiiic mansion iui, alaa I tLc uu
I I'il.abituut itu' nuw no ;to c. 'lliat gie.it
. liu.is Ula liicrlai pal t aj llieie
....;. J; Lut ah ! Iniii' lU'ccIiu ! howavitul
..-ii-j ti-lai ic ol siiuh worm and ;jrtatncs,
:...., to iiiLitui t-c, laucit ! yea I tallcu!
!: ti e long ami lofty porlko, whcie olt
ti.e ilero waiKeu in a.i Lis g'oiy, novo lay
t.io j!iiou!vd col pf. '1 iio Cuualt-Lauic still
ivti.j. r i ami Millie, st,fit!ti l' i;i-ress tLc
' '.. -..'y i-l ilitt Sj.irit, wli.ili la'.tK' (iwclt in
i I k ! . i iiitrc tiioso who pail
l.-sv s.ut hoi.ouis t j iiio lirticict'.r ol Lis
'liii.uy, tiink aa impi'c.-&u .- a laic.veii,
( u thvTr.;iii.t.riiJat the head of the coffin
v- :' i in.-iiii Strife ml Jti'itvuil al'uui. tl;e
v a '.d'.u t n ic cu;;a, jUJt i:t Jej iiijd oil the
! w i i.l ....
I-i arteU tl.: hie, on iho 11th December.
IT'j'.t, A!., fo."
JJcmJcs the reading :ntter, there i.ro
id. out two columns of ;dvei lit-ementn
S n;e arc for stray heifers nnd bull.-, (fur
-vj prison ever heard of the one lea v in"
.;!ioi;t the other) kome for dry yoods nnd
groeeuc". c subjoin art udvertiseinent
i'f the one-ha!t'of a saw mill for sale:
Ff.i: Sai.k The one-half of a Saw Mill,
:!!! a c nveiii-nt place lor buildiug. lying
n lie i,.wn ol ii.Thes.ter. By the Mil! is an
iMxhauMible' quantity of Pine W(mk1. Also,
a tout, healthy, active. Nerro W n.:h. Anv
itrs,!, inclined to purehase. may know the'
J .'it . uia..- by applying to JOHN SCIlOOX-
JAKEli. Jim., at Jloeht'oter.
-Nov. '23. 1TC0.
Here is ono of a watch lost :
Los t A Watch, on Wednesday last.
i-e peison who has found or may find it,
.uol meet with a suitable reward by banding
:t to the. Pi inters. Nov. In, 1799.
Here U another, which would indicate
a loving uh-pesition :
Stratkd A Red Bui!, branded on both
herns P. T. D. Any person having taken
Hp the said bull will be thanked, by giving
information thereof to the Printers.
Kingston, Dec. 14, 1799.
Printers must have been a d 1 of a
wt of fellows in those days. If a Watch,
Vxi'l or Heifer was loft, ail that was ncc
fsary was to inform the printers. In
acf, if anything, except money, was
pcedpilt the printers could give it without
trouble. Just to think of bulls, heifers
and watches being left in their possession
until called for. -Ridiculous thought.
Asosymovs. "We have received an an
onymous letter signed " Mary Montague"
ar.d purporting to come from four "town
yirls." If the four will furnish us with
their names we will freely publish their
rornmunication; otherwise we will have
h? excused. The iiin riues.iion treated
of in this communication has been agitated
aWt long cv.ouch and thould now" die a
r,atural df'"'- the young ladies insist
n hnvinS their communication published
will accommodate them if they furnish
itb their oatues and on no other con-
v. York, ana iu oum
the authorized Agents for the "Dem-
.a TtKSi I 1 ri Ij LJ a m-v-"- -
Advertising. Few persons appreciate
the. value of liberal and extensive adverti
sing. Yet it is ono of the most powerful
aids to the business man that can be con
ceived. - For the benefit of those who
can't see it, when the use of advertising is
discussed, we give the following instance
of its value: " The. man who invented
Drake.s Plantation Bitters,' and invented
the cabalistic sign 'S. T. 1860 X'
for them, and daubed it all over the world
has made an independent fortune. Lately
he sold out his right in the invention (after
having made as much money as he need
ed,) for $70,000. After the sale, he was
to communicate the significance of the
wonderful and world renowned hierogly
phics: 'S. T. 1860 X.' Started trade
18C0 X dollars capital. And this is
the fact.. He started in business in 1860,
with tt capital of only ten dollars ; and by
dint of constanfcj and persistent, and mag
nanimous advertising, he has amassed a
princely fortune inside of a half a dozen
A Screw Loose. On Sunday morn
ing an insane boy escaped from the Poor
House and mado tracks toward Jackson
township, where his people reside. We
have came in contact with many persons
of all ages and conditions, but we never
witnessed an individual so poorly clad.
It is a disgrace to the county and an in
sult to the people. If the Poor House
authorities think that they are practicing
economy by keeping the inmates naked
it is very well. This thing should be
looked after and investigated. If they
wish to do away with the system of wear
ing clothes, they should wait until it is
permanently adopted by the eclat of fash
ion. Poor people arc generally the last
to obtain the 44 latest fashions," but in this
case they are ahead. We anxiously
await the arrival of Godey's Lady book.
We scarcely think that fashion will
Flnxi. The following little incident
was related to us by an employee on the
branch train ; it was certainly a laughable
occurrence : A young man and the object
of bis affection, left town on Saturday
morning, for a short excursion into the
country ; returning borne by the same train
in the evening, the 3-oung man pulled out
his pocket-book to pay the conductor
their passage money, to which the young
lady refused, and used tlic following logic :
"Look here, now, it is my turn to pay, 1
you've expended entirely too much money
on me to-day, and I should certainly have
an opportunity to do my share." After
considerable pquabbling, tho young lady
carried her point, to tho. grcat amusement
of the passengers. Clever young lady that.
Mvsteriol's Disappearance. A resi
dent of Prospect Borough, named Anthony
Campbell, sajs the Johnstown Tribune,
disappeared on Tuesday evening of last
week, and it is feared has met with foul
play. On that evening he called at the
office of the Cambria Iron co., to make a
payment on some properly, but the clerk
he wished to see not being in, he left and
spent nearly an hour in a neighboring bar
room, waiting for his return. After thus
waiting he started for the office, but did
not enter it. He has not since been heard
from. His hat was found in an eddy of
the Conemaugh a short distance below
town, and it is conjectured that he was
robbed and thrown into the river, which
was then verv high. lie was unmarried.
Suicides. On Saturday morning last,
Mrs. Sarah Lewis, wife of John Lewis,
of Bay he township, Indiana county, com
mitted suicide by hanging. Mr. Lewis
and other members of the family, went to
the fields to work. Toward noon a son
of Mrs. Lewis went to the house and found
his mother hanging upon the weaving
loom, on the second floor, upon her knee,
and quite dead. She was in her sixtieth
A German named George Wolfe, who
is said to have a wife living in the neigh
borhood of Shade Furnace, Somerset coun
ty, hung himself himself with a rope from
a joist in a stable in Horncrstown, ( fourth
ward of Johnstown,) Wednesday 5th inst.
He was of middle age, and his habits in
temperate. I.vrnovEJiENls. Ebensburg is impro
ving. This ia an undisputed fact. With
in the last few months several new build
ings have been commenced and are now
almost completed. Besides the new ones
in the course of erection, several old or"-
:n repaired, Jh.-. rand 8.1; 40 1 Wn Sugar 13 and'15 cts.
of our to-n- w tflma: to tbej per pound ; White 1? to 20e , Bice, 15
To the Editor of th Democrat & Sentinel.
Your paper of last week contained a
statement of gross cruelty, practiced by
fsmale teacher in one of the Publio schools
ofEbensbarg. Asa parent of the little
sufferer, I return my Bincere thanks to the
Board of School Directors of Ebensburg,
who, though differing from me in political
sentiment, cheerfully and almost unani
mously complied with my request for the
removal of the incumbent who committed
this wrong. It also affords mo much
pleasure to know that the general sense of
this community, without regard to party,
approves of the action of the Board, and
are opposed to the introduction of cruelty
as well as partisan prejudice into the
Common schools of Ebensburg.
Johx A. Blair.
G re at Excit em ent. Considerable ex
citement was created in town on Friday
morniug last by a telegram dated Pitts
burg, Nov. 7ih, announcing the joyful ti
dings that Maryland had been redeemed
by the conservatives, and also that little
Delaware had repudiated the teachings of
the Radicals ; but this was not alL The
moit important porton of the dispatch
read: Three thousand dollars worth
of Agricultural Impliments, shipped this
day to A. J. M'Guirc, Lbensburg, Cam
bria county, Pa. We have examined
Andy's stock of goods and find them en
tirely sound and saleable. Give him a
A Jl'icy Letter, The Editor of the
Franklin Spectator received the following
from one of his subscribers. It is only
one of the many difficulties newspaper
men have to contend with :
"Oakland novembcrthe 5 06
To the Editor of the spectator
Enclosed you will find too dollars for
the spectator if That is sufficient to pay
what Is due if not let me now now sir as
the spectator changes Hands Every three
month I want you to disconue my paper
as thare thare is no use of me Paying for
olid advertisements From year tt? year
Dotit send ma cny more
If you cant live with out go Urging
New Landlord. Mr. Peter Linton,
formerly one of the proprietors of the
Mansion House, Pittsburg, has purchased
the Mountain House in this place kept by
A. Moore, and takes charge on to-day,
Thursday. Wo are sorry to see Aleck
retiring from this important branch of
busines, for kind and obliging was he and
clever at that. Peter will, we have no
doubt render satisfaction to the old cus
tomers and former patrons of the house.
The price paid for house and furniture
was $,500. Quite a sum of money that.
Laiie3' Fair. We understand that
the young ladies of St. John's Catholic
congregation, Altoona, are busily engaged
in getting up a fair which will commence
about the 11th of December and con
tinue three or four weeks. We wish the
fair young ladies every success, and from
what we know of them we are sune they
will succeed, as they are remarkable for
their energy, skill and good taste, and not
the least attractive feature, is their suavi
ty of manner.
Mistake.- In our last week's issue we
informed our readers that the name of the
teacher who so cruelly abused the little
child, was Miss Eliza Jones. Since then
we have been informed that it is not Eliza
Jones, but Mary Jane Jones. We are
always ready and willing to correct mis
takes and more especially in a case of this
kind, where so much disgrace and infamy
is attatched to the offense.
New Goods. Mr. Harry Shoemaker
requests us to state that he has received a
large and well assorted stock of new goods,
consisting of dry goods, hardware, queens
ware, groceries, &c. Harry . does not
regard the profits as much as the sales.
You can buy twenty-five per cent, cheaper
from him tbun any other establishment in
town. No charge for exhibiting his stock.
Diaries, Pocket Books aud eight
thousand extra Habana cigars just receiv
ed at Murray's Book Store.
Ebensburg, August 9, I860. Flour,
S13 to SUper barrel; Corn, 1 per
bushel; Beau $L25 to 2; Butter, 30c
per Kund ; E2?, 20c per dozen ; Flax
seed, $2.50; Timothyseexl, $3,50; Clo
vcireed, $8 ; Coffee, 30 and 33c per lb. ;
Molasses, 75c 2
, 9 w cmoiw pw pxxMq,
1 LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND
J. w. Bradley's celebrated Patent
(or docble spriso)
Thx Wosdhifui. Flexibility and great
comfort and pleasure to any lady wearing
the DtJPLKX Elliptic Skibt will be exp
rienoed particularly in all crowded assem
blages, Operas, Carriages, Railroad cars.
Church Pews, Arm Chairs, for Promenade
and House Dress, as the Skirt can be fold
ed when in use to occupy a small place aa
easily and conveniently a3 a Silk or Muslin
Dress, an invaluable quality in crinoline,
not found in any Single Spring Skirt.
A lady having enjoyed the Pleasure, com
fort and convenience pf wearing the Duplex
Elliptic STEEL SPRING SKIRT for a
single day, will never afterwards willingly
dispense with their use. For Children,
Misses' and Young Ladies they are superior
to all others.
They will not bend or brake liko the Sin
gle Spring, but will preserve their perfect
and graceful shape when three or four ordi
nary Skirts will have been thrown atide ns
useless. The Hoops are covered with double
and twisted thread, and the bottom rods are
not'bnly double springs, but twice (or
double) covered ; preventing them from
wearing out when d raging down stoops,
stairs, eVc. v
The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite
with all ladies and is universally recom
mended by the Fashion Magazines as the
STANDARD SKIRT OF THE FASHION
To enj y the following estimable advan
tages in Crinoline, viz.: Superior quality,
Perfect manufacturo, Stylish shnpe and
finish. Flexibility, Durability. Comfort and
Economy, inquire fr J. W. Uradiej-'s Du
plex Elliptic, or Double Spring Skirt, and
be 6ure you ?ct the genuine article.
CAUTION. To guard .icainst IMPOSI
TION be particular to NOTICE that skirts
offered as " DUPLEX " ha v the red ink
stamp, viz.,44 J. W. Brad'ey's Duplex Ellip
tic Steel Springs," upon the waistband
none otlwrs are genuine. - Also Notice that
every Hoop will admit a pin. being passed
through the centre, thus revealing the two
("or double) springs braided together there
in, winch ;s tue secret cf tlieir cicxibuitv
and Strength, and a combination not to be
found in anv other Sxirt.
FOR SALE in nil Stores where FIRST
CLASS skirts are sold throughout the Uni
ted States and rlsewhere.
Manufactured by the Sole Owners of the
WESTS. BRADLEY & CARY,
P7 ChaTr.bers$-79 81 Reade Sts., N. Y.
Oct. 11. ICGC-Stu.
EG ISTER'SNOTICE. "
Notice U hereby given that the fol
lowing accounts nitre been passed and filed
in the Registers Office, at Ebensburg, and
will be presented to the Orphan;)' Court of
Cambria county, for connrniation and allow
ance, on Monday, third day of December
next, to wit:
The first and final account of Elias Ream,
administrator of Jacob Fyock, late of fiich
land township, dee'd.
The partial account of Jane Mullin, ad
ministratrix of John Mullio, late of Wash
ington township, dee'd.
The first and final account of William
Belie aud Joseph Christe, administrators of
Conrad Btshe, late of Washington township,
The second and final account of John C.
Notl, administrator of John Noel, late of
Washington township, dee'd.
The second and finil account of Joseph
Crouse, administrator of Godfrey Garman,
late of Jackson township, dee'd.
The first and final account of Jonathan
Berkepilc, acting administrator of George
Berkepile, late of Richland township, dee'd.
The account of Simon Litzinger, adminis
trator of Michael Litzinger, late of Summer
bill township, dee'd.
The first and final account of George
Gambling, administrator of Adam Gambling
late of Richland township, dee'd.
The account of James T. Kirkpatrickand
Augustine Farabaugh, executors of Charles
P08S, late of Carroll township, dee'd.
Tho fifth account of Jane Rowland, (late
Jane Makin) executrix of John Makin, dee'd.
The final account of John Buck, Esq.,
trustee to sell the real estate of Ann An
The partial account of Enos C, M'Mullin
and Cecilia Wilt, administrators of Joseph
Wilt, late of Clearfield township, dee'd.
The second and final account of Michael
Ilasson, administrator of the. estate of John
Brown, late of Washington township, dee'd.
The second and final account of Samuel
S. Paul, administrator cf Mary Paul, dee'd.
The second and partial account of Wm. M.
Hcrrington and Levi B. Ilomberger, admin
istrators of Jacob Brallier, late of Johnstown,
The first and partial account of George
M. Readc, administrator of Robert Davis,
lato of Ebensburg, dee'd.
The fir&t anil partial account of Catharine
Connelly, executrix of Bernard CoDuelly, late
of Summerhi!! township, dee'd.
The partial account of John E. Scanlan,
trustee for the sale of the real estate of John
Noel, late of Washington township, dee'd.
The account of William KitteU. adminis
trator of the estate of Wm. D. M'Gough,
late of Washington township, dee'd.
The accminfof John Noel, administrator
of Joseph Noel, late of Munster" township,
dee'd. JAMES GRT FFIN. Register.
Register's Office. Ebenaburg, Nov. 3, 18CG.
. The subscriber offers at Private Sale,
hi property, sicuate in Cambria township,
adjoining "the line of Ebensburj: Borough,
known as the "Evans property." There
are three never failing Srings cf water on
the premises. The houses and out buildings
are in good repair. Title indisputable.
Improved and unimproved lanr
in Cambrio fjrd, B'.acklick.
mds for sale
'""-hetn'. iHUnsier aim ouau"""-
,1jjq ia Clearfield,
. . . . . ,1 ...... Aha r a T.1WII .
.Kin. Cambria county l - -:. .
Indiana and Centre couties
Etneburg, Nc- 8. 1W.
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD, The
Whitest, the most durable and most eco
nomical. Try it! Manufactured only by
ZIEGLER fc SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers,
No. 137 North THIRD Street.
February 8, 1866 3y.
STRANGE, BUT TRUE.
Every young lady and gentleman in the
United States can hear something very
much to their advantage by return mail (free
of charge,) by addressing the undersigned.
Those having fears of being humbugged will
oblige by not noticing thw card. All others
will please address their obedient servant,
THOS. F. CHAPMAN,
831 Broadway, New York.
Feb. 1 186G. ly.
Whereas, letters of administration
have been gianted to the undersigned, (resi
ding in the borough of Wilmore.) on the
estate of Bernard HalJigan, late of the said
borough, deceased, by the Register of Cam
bria county, notice is hereby eriven to all
persous having claims against said deceased,
to present thera properly authenticatad for
settlement, and those indebted are requested
to make immediate pavment.
NEAL DUG AN, Adm'r.
Wilmore, November 8, ISCC-Ct.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all
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 wishing to profit by
the advertiser's experience, can do so by
JOHN B. OGDEN,
- No. 13 Chambers St., New York.
' Feb. 1st, 18CG. ly.
Tjf A NTED. A GENTS $75 to $200 PER
If MONTH for gentlemen, and $35 to $75
lor ladies, everywhere, to introduce the Cel
ebrated Common Sense Family Sewing Ma
chine, improved and perfected. It will hem,
fell, stitch, quilt, bind, braid and embroider
beautifully. Price only $20, making the
elastic lock stitch, and fully warranted for
three years. We pay the above wages or a
commission, from which twice that amount
can be made. Address with stamp, or call
on C. BOWER? CO., Salesrooms, No.
255 Soutii FIFTH street, Philadelphia. Pa.
All letters answered promptly, with circu
lars and terms. May 31, 18GG.-4t.
Jl'lJUjJ PER YEAR! We wj
want Acents eve-
Sewing Machines. Three new kinds. Un
der and upper feed. Sant on trial. ' War
ranted five years. Above salary or large
commissions paid. The Oslt machiues
sold in the United States for less than $40
which are fully licensed by flbtce. Wheeler
SfWilson, Grocer &r Baker, Singer Co.,
and Eachdder. AH other cheap machines
are infringements and the seller or user are
liable to arrest, fine and imprisonment.
Illustrated circulars sent free. Address,
or call upon Shaw & Clark, at Biddeford,
Maine, or Chicago, 111. May 31. 18G6.-ly.
LOVE AND MATRIMONY.
.jLadies and gentlemen, if you wish to
marry, address the undersigned, who will
send you, without money and without price,
valuable information that will enable you
to marry happily and speedily, irrespective
of age, wealth, or beauty. This informa
ticn 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 no re
ward asked. Address
SARAn B. LAMBERT.
Greenpoint, Kings Co., New York.
COBNEB GROCERY STORE.
THOMAS & WMTBR,
Corner of Main and Franklin Streets,
KEEPS constantly on hand a general as
Country Produce, &c. together with Spices,
Pickles, Preserved Fruits, Dried Fruits,
Tobacco, Cigars, Src, all of which will be
sold as cheap as the cheapest. Call and
examine our stock. Nov. 10, 1865. ly.
June 7, 186G.
The advertiser, having been restored to
health in a few weeks by a very simple
remedy, after having suffered for several
years with p. severe lung affection, and that
dread disease, Consumption is anxious to
make known to his fellow-sufferers the
means of cure. '
To all who desire it, he will send a copy
of the prescription used (free of charge);
with the rirections for preparing and using
the safne, which they will find a scnE ccre
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Coughs. Cold?, 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 ,
he conceives to be iovaluable, and he hopes
every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will
cost them nothing, and may prove a bless- j
Parties wishing the prescription, fhbe,
ry ret am 'mail, will plpase address
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York
Feb. 1, 18GG.ly.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
HUE STOKE. HOUSE and DWELLING
1 HOUSE situate in Chest township. Cam
bria couuty, formerly occupied by JOSEPH
GILL, together with ONE ACRE of LAND,
in a good state of cultivation and wU sup
plied with choice fruit, is offered Tor sale.
. The buildings are good ; the. property is
1 an excellent location fof mercantile or
other business, and is offered at a very low
price. Possession given immediately.
,Fcr further in formation inquire of or ad
dress JOHN -Q. GILLi- at.Glea -Connell,
convenient to the premises, who is authori
zed tOTIl Jlie.aijae. '. . '
EYKE & LANDELL,
FOUR fll and ARCH" Stroeta.
Have now completed their I m prove in on t
and are now offering oa the BEST of
FALL DKY GOODS.
Fine Stock of SHALLS,
Fine Stock of SILKS.
Fine Stock of DRESS GOODS,
Fine Stock of WOOLFNS.
Fine Stock of STAPLE GOODS.
Fine Stock of FANCY GOODS, etc.,
New and desirable Goods daily re
ceived, and Sold at small advance Whole
sale. Sept. 27, 1S6G. Gt.
SALISBURY, BItO. & CO.
Extensive Manufacturers and Importers cf
- Gold, Plated and Oreide Jewelry.
SOLID AX1 NICKEL
AMERICAN. ENGLISH AND SWISS
CASED BY OCIt SELVES,
And every description of
Fancy Goods and Yankee Xctions
Especially adapted and designed Tor South
ern and Western Trade.
Circulars and full descriptivo Price Lists
sent free. y
Agents wanted everywhere. Address,
SALISBURY, BRO. & CO..
51 Dorrance St., Province, R. L
Oct. 25, 1866.-3m.
Ladies Fancy Furs !
Old established Fur
718 ARCH St reeW
above 7th., PHIL
ADELPHIA. Have now la
tersstore of my own
ore of the largest
l and most beautiful
CJ selections of
for Ladies' and Childrens' Wear in t1i
Also, a fine assortment of Gent's Fur Gloves
I am enabled to dispose cf icy goods at
very reasonable prices, and I would there
fore solicit a call fronrmy friend of Cam
bria county and vicinity.
- Remember the iam, Number atd
NO 718 ARCH St., ab. 7th south side.
O I have so Partner, kop. connectio
with any other Stoee in Philadelphia.
OUR STARCH GLOSS
Is the only Article used by
First Class Hotels. Laundries, and
Thousands of Families.
It gives a beautiful polish, making the
iron pass smoothly over the cloth, saving
much time and labor. Goods done up with
it keep clean much longer consequently will
not wear out so soon.
It mal:es Old Linen loot: like AV10.
OUR IMPERIAL. -BLUE
Is the Best in the World.
It is soluble in hard as well ioft water.
It is put up in the safest, neatest, and most
convenient form of any offered to the pub
lic. It is Warranted not to Sireal: the ClotJits.
Agent3 wanted everywhere, to whom wq
offer extraordinary Inducements. Address,
NEW YORK STARCH GLOSS CO.,
No. 218 Fulton Street New York.
Sept. 20. 18GG-Cm.
AND SMALL PROFITS.
AND SMALL PROFITS,
GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE.
GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE,
GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE,
' The Largest Stock of Good. The Best
Selected and the Greatest Variety ever
brought to Town.
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST.
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST,
. LARGEST, CHEAPEST AN D BEST.
GO AND. SEE.
GO AND SEE
GO AND SEE.
The subscriber calls the attention of-the
publio to the fact, that he has just received
and opened out in his New Store, a larga
stck of goods, consisting of
FLOUR, CORN MEAL, CHOP FEED,
Bran. Fish. Bacon and Cheese; Saga, Cof
fee, Tea, Molasres, Spices, Tobacco, Cigars,
Candles, Soap, Vinegar, &c &c-
NOTIONS, DRUGS, PERFUMERY,
Stoneware and Earthenware. A LSO, -a fine
assortment of the best and latest style of
Hats. He always keeps constantly on
hand Bologn a Sausages, Sardines, Fresh and
Spiced Oysters in can. or half cans,, and al
most everything in the eating or drinking
line.' All, of which' Willie sold at mall
'ptofitr -' " . i - ' -
Main Stbeet, FiCBrisn, Fa.
' Aup-ust 80, 1866-ly