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G GREAT SALE OF WATCHES,
JEWELRY & SILVER-WARE.
ONE MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH
TO BK DISPOSED AT
ONE DOLLAR EACH !
WITHOCT REGARD To V ALT. it.
Not to le paid for until you know what you
are to receive !
BY A. II. ROW EN & CO.
(Agents for the Manufacturers,)
Mo. 33 Beeknian Street New York.
Read the following Lint of Articles -3
to be sold for one dollar each.
200 Gold Hunting Cas Watches
from " $100 to 150
200 Gold Watches, various Etylea
from 75 to 100
200 Ladies Gold Watches 50
200 Silver Hunting Case Lever Watches
from 35 to GO
800 Silver Hunting Case Lepine Watche?
from 35 to 55
800 Gold Composite Hunting Watches
. from " 25 to 50
800 Musio Boxes, Shell aud Rosewood
Cases 20 to 75
200 Elegcut Silver Plated Coffee and Tea
Urns 30 to 50
1,000 Elegant Silver Plated Castor Stands
from 20 to 49
1,000 Elegant Silver Plated Fruit and Cake
Baskets 20 to 50
1,000 Elegant Silver Plated Butter Dishes
from 15 to 25
1,000 Elegant Silvw Plated Ice Pitchers
from 20 to SO
1 .500 Silver Plated Salt Stands 8 to 15
2,500 Silver Plated Goblets, Engraved and
Plain 5 to 12
3,000 Silver Plated Cups, Gold Lined aud
engraved 10 to 20
1,000 Silver Plated Call Bells C to 12
8.000 Sets Silver Tlated Table Forks, half
dozen 8 to 12
5,000 Pair Silver Plated Table Spoons
from 5 to 10
10,000 Sets Silver Plated Tea Spoons, half
dozen 8 to 12
2.000 Tair Silver Plated Butter Knives
from 5 to 10
5,000 Silver Plated Napkin Rings, very
handsome 5 to 10
2,000 California diamond Cluster setts
Ladies jewelry 10 to 25
1,000 Crazilliau pebbles, setts ladies jewelry
from 10 to 25
7,000 Setts ladies jewelry, assorted 6 to 10
6,000 Pair crystal pendant Ea drops
from 8 to 20
8,000 Minature and enameled revolving
Pins 8 to 15
3,000 Enameled and pearl Rrooch.es, very
handsome 8 to 12
2.000 Ladies California diamond Cluster
pins 8 to 15
2,000 Gent's California diamond pins
from 5 to 10
2,000 Gent's pins, set with one stone or
brilliant 5 to 10
5,000 Gent's scarf pins, assorted styles
from 6 to 15
3,000 Oval Band bracelets, finely chased
from 10 to 20
6,000 Pair Gent's sleevo buttons, new and
rich styles 5 to 10
6,000 Pair Ladies tsleove buttons 5 to 10
5,000 California diamond cluster rings
from 10 to 20
8.000 Gold thimbles, pencils, 4c 5 to 15
10,000 Gold lockets, richly engraved 5 to 10
5.000 Plain and chased gold rings C to 1 0
10,000 Shield and signet ring3 6 to 10
4.400 Belt bucklej, Gold jet and gold and
yulcagite 5 to 10
2,600 Gold lockets, engraved backs, watch
3,000 Large new style rings, set with
brilliants 8 to 30
2,000 Ladies chatelaine chains and pins
from 8 to 28
2 500 Gents heavy gunrd chains 12 to 30
7,800 Gent's vest -chains, large assortment
from 5 to 25
1,000 Splendid steel engravings 5 to 10
1.000 Elegant bronze mantel elocks 25 to 50
10,000 Geld pens, silver extension holder
aud pencil 4 to 8
10,000 Gold pens, and silver mounted
ebony holders C to 8
6,000 Geld pens and gold extension
holders 15 to 25
6,000 Ebony gold mounted spiral pencils
from " C to 10
Each and every article in the above list is
represented by a certificate. Those are
placed in similar envelopes and sealed. Any
person obtaining a certificate, to bo had at
our office, or sent by mail to any address,
will know what they may have for One
We charge for sending certificates, paying
postage anc doing the busines, 25 cents
each. Five will be sent for $1.00; Eleven
for S2.00 ; Thirty for $5.00; Sixty-five for
J 10.00, and one hundred for $15.00.
Any pers-ju receiving a certificate for an
Article they may not desire, can exchange
for any other article in our list of the same
value. B ? this method we arc enabled to
furnish the public with selections from a
rich and varied stock of goods at a nominal
price, while all hare a chance for securing
articles of the very highest value. We
warrant every article as represented or
money refunded. We solicit parties who
have been unfairly dealt with by imitators
to give us a fair trial before pa'ssing judg
ment. AGENTS. Liberal commission and val
uable premiums, consisting of watches, &c,
given to Agents.
Address all orders to A. U. ROW EN & CO.,
36 Boekman Street, New York.
Oct. 25. 18G6-3mo.
STRAYED from the residence of the sub
scriber, residing one mile from Cheat
Springs, about the middle of May last, four
yearling cattle, one heifer, black on the sides
and white back and small straight-up horns,
a steer, an iron-gray, broad durham horns,
a steer, light brindle, with a few-white spots,
a smaller heifer, light brindle, with some
. black, not marked. Any persr u giving in
formation to the subscriber will be liberally
rewarded. MICHAEL DURBIN.
-Oct. 25, 1866-3t
The Mystery, by Mrs. Wood. The Helr
C33 of Bellefont. By E. Bennett.
William Allair, By Mrs. H. Wood. &N
lege Life, By F. H. Fanor. North Pacific
Exploring Expedition, By A. H. Uarbers
ham. For sale by
TEE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Irritation of the Neck of the Bladder, In
flamation of the Kidneys, Catarrh of the
Bladder, Stranguary or Painful Urinating.
For these diseases it is truly a sovereign
remedy, and too much cannot be said in its
praise. A single dose has . been known to
relieve the most urgent pymptoms.
Are you troubled with that distressing
pain in the small of the back and through
the hips? A teaspoonful a day of Helm
bold's Buchu will relieve you.
Physicians and Others,
I Make no s?cret cf ingredients. Helm
bcld's Extract Buchu is composed of Buchu.
Cubeps, and Juniper Berries, selected with
great care, prepared vacuo and according to
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY.
These ingredients are known as the most
valuable Diuretics afforded,
Is that whicli acts upon the kidneys.
HELMBOLD'S' EXTRACT BUCIIU
Is pleasant in taste and odor, free from all
injurious, properties, and immediate in its
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL,
See Medical Properties contained in Dispen
satory of the U. b., of whicn the following is
a correct ccpy :
Buchu. Its odor is strong, diffusive, and
somewhat aromatic, its taste bitterish, and
analogous to that of mint. It is given
chiefly in complaints of the Urinary Organs,
such aa Gravel, Chronic Catarrh of the
Bladder, Morbid Irritation of the Bladder
and Urethra, Diseases of the Prostrate, and
Retention of the Incontinence of Urine, from
a loss of tone in the parts concerned in its
evacuation. It has also been recommended
in Dyspepsia, Chronic Rheumatism, Cutane
ous Affections, -and Dropsy.".
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
See Professor Dewee's valuable works on th
Practice of Physic.
bee Ivemarks made by the celebrated Dr.
Physic, of Philadelphia.
See any and all Standard works on
Largest Manufacturing Chemist
IN THE WORLD.
I am acquainted with II. T. Helmbold,
he occupied the drug store opposite my
residence, and was successful in conducting
the business where ethers ,had not been
equally so before Lim. I have been favora
bly impressed with his character and en
terprise. WM. WEIGUTMAN,
(Firm of Powers Sc Weightman.) Manu
facturing Chemists, Ninth and Brown SI,.
From the rhiVa. Ec Bulletin, March 10. J
We are gratified to Lear of the continued
success, in New York, of our townsman,
Mr. U. T. Helmbold, Druggist. His store,
next to the Metropolitan Hotel, is 28 feet
front, 230 feet deep, and live stories high.
It is certainly a grand establishment, and
speaks favorably of the merit of his articles.
He retains his Office and Laboratory in this
city, which are also model establishments d
The proprietor has been induced to make
this statement from the fact that his reme
dies, although advertised, are
And, knowing that the intelligent refrain
from using anything pertaining to Quackery,
or the Patent Medicine order most of which
are prepared by self styled Doctors, who are
too ignorant to read a physician's simple
prescription, much less competent to pre
pare pharmaceutical preparations.
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various means of effecting sales, such as
copying parts of advertisements of popular
remedies, aud finishing with certificates.
The Science of Medicine stands SIMPLE
PURE, and MAJESTIC, having Fact for
its Basi3, Induction for it Pillar, Truth
alone for its Capital.
A WORD OF CAUTION.
Health is most impoitant : and the afflict
ed should not use an advertised medicine,
or any remedy, unless its eontentsor ingre
dients are known to others besides the
manufacturer, or until they are satisfied of
the qualification of the party so offering.
G enuine Preparations.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
Established Upwards of Sixteen Tears'.
H, T.' HELMBOLD.
. HELMBOLD'S DRUG AND CnEM I
CAL WAREHOUSE, 594, Broadway, N. Y
No. 104 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Nov. 30, 1855. l-7f-
ALL KINDS OF CHAIRS,
such as common Winsor Chairs, Fret Back
Chairs, Vienna Chairs, Bustle Chairs, Rim
Backed Chairs, Sociable Chairs,
dune Stat Sairs,
ROCKING CHAIRS, OF EVERY SIZE
SPRING SEAT CHAIRS
Settees, Lounges, &c, &c.
of every description and of latest
STYLES, WITH PRICES TO SUIT TJ1E
Tastes of all,
Thankful for past favors, he respect
fully tolicits a liberal share of public patron
age. Clinton Street, Johnstown Cambria
Co. Pa. August 10, 18G6.
HI & WM$
International Exhibition, -
- LONDON, 1SG2.
KOXIGSBURG, PRUSSIA, 1SG3,
TN COMPETITION WITH ALL the lead-
1 insr 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 FAIR
WHERE EXHIBITED THIS SEASON.
Upwards of 200,000 of these Machines
HAVE ALREADY BEEN SOLD,
a fact that !peaks louder than words of the
success and popularity of WuEELm & Wil
STITCH SffilG lMCHHE.
lne Lheapcst Michinc in the H orl J,
Because it is the Best.
Every Machine Warranted For Three Years.
Customers Ritk Nothing iu Purchasing.
Always happy to Exhibit and Explain them.
C7"Circulars, 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 &, CO.,
Agents for the Western States and Western
Principal office and Wholesale Emporium :
No. 27 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
July 26, 18C5.
KEROSENE AND GAS STOVES.
TEA AND COFFEE BOILERS, GLUE
POTS, OIL CANS, &c, &c.
C3- All the cooking for a -4
family may be done with -CO
CO- Kerosene Oil, or Gas, -CJ
Crj- with less trouble, and at -CQ
TJ- less expense,than by any
0C3- other fuel.
Each Article manufactured by this Com
pany is guaranteed to perform all that is
claimed for it.
03- Send for a Circular. -CQ
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE.
KEROSENE LAMP HEATER CO.,
206 PEARL STREET, N. Y.
Valuable Farm Tor Sale.
THE subscriber offers at Private Sale, the
farm on which he now resides, situated
1 miles East of Wilmore Borough, Cambria
Co. Pa., containing about -190
Acres, 100 of which are in a good stale
of cidiivaiion and under goodfence.
The balance is well timbered. A large
Frame Barn, a Dwelling Jlouse, and twe
Teuant Houses are erected thereon; also
Wagon Shed and other out-buildings. Theri
is a young Apple Orchard of 250 tree,
bearing choice fruit. The farm is well water
ed. In the farm-yard flows a never-failin ;
fountain. The soil is excellent. Sixty acre
of new land are now under grass. For fur
ther information, apply on the premises.
July 14,'GC-tf. Wilmore, Pa.
A MONTH ! Agents wanted for six
entirely new articles, just out. Adress
O. T. GAKEY, City EuiIdiDg, Biddeford,
Mo. May 31, 1866.-ly.
J OB WORK - -
OF ALL KINDS
DONE AT THIS OFFICE,
AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE
ANDON REASONABLE PRICES.
H. C. YOUNG, I. I. HOLMES.
YOUNG a HOLMES,
Wholesale Dealers and Importers of
Foreign and American Liquors,
BOURBON & RYE WHISKIES,
AND LONDON DOCK UlNS,
IVo. 34 East Second .Street,
Cincinnati , Ohio.
CCJ- Agents for Dr. Holmes' Celebrated
Aug. 16, 1866-m.
KEPT BY LITTLE "X."
Cambria County, Penn'a.
August 16, 1866 ly.
WILLIAM PALMER, Proprietor,
Cambria County, Penna.
The Proprietor respectfully announces to
his friends and the puLlic generally, that he
has leased and taken nossession of this com
modious Hotel. He hopes to make it one of I
11 l I 1 l , r . 1
ma Luubb ucsirauie pia.ces jur strangers antl
others to stop, that can be found in any
HIS TABLE will at all W mea be spread
with the luxuries and substantial of the
HIS CHAMBERS are large, and fitted up
with a view to promote the comfort of his
HIS BAR will be well supplied with a
large and choice selection of the very best
HIS STABLE will always be provided
with good, wholesome provender for stock,
and careful hostlers.
No pains will be spared to render entire
satisfaction to all his guests ; and, pledging
himself to endeavor to please all, solicits a
liberal share of public patronage.
August 23, 1 866-1 y
A. M'FADDON BROTHERS.
OLD BRICK WAREHOUSE.
IlOLLl D AYSBURG, PA.,
Dealers in all kinds of
MACKEREL, CORN MEAL,
CODFISH, NAILS & IRON,
LEAD & OILS.
All of which are sold low for cash.
Hollidaysburg, May 31, 1865-tf
Main street, behceen Franklin and Clinton,
North side, JOHNSTOWN, PA.
HAS constantly on hand a large and well
selected stock of seasonable
tuuj nnrmn isin nnnn
mi mm Ai
His stock conists of almost every article
usually kept iu a retail store, all of which
have been selected with care and arc offered
at prices which cannot fail to prove satisfac
tory. Call and examine for yourselves.
Nov. 16, 1865.6m.. II. WALTERS.
Great Improvement In Sewing
EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINE
PATENTED FEI5. 14, 1860.
Salesrooms, Bruulway, New York
' J 250 ashmgton 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
perfect 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 in
market., A girl twelve jears of ngc can
work it steadily, without fatigue or injury
Its strength and wonderful simplicity of
construction renders it almost impossible to
get out of order, and is GUARANTEED
by the company to give entire satisfaction.
We respectfully invite all those who may
desire to supply themselves with a superior
article, to come and examine this UNRI
But in a more especial manner do we
bolicit the patronage of
Vest and Pantaloon
Hoop Skirt Mamifac-.
Shirt and Bosom
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 agenda 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 Broadway, New York.
D. & CO'.. 250 Washington St., Boston,
October 12, 1865.
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD. Pre
ferred by all practical Painters ! Try it !
and you will have no other. Manufactured
only by ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Taint and Gloss Dealers,
No. 137 North THIRD Street. .
February 8, 18G6.1y.
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WE are now selling Exchauge (at New York
England, Ireland. Scotland,
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Altoona, March 1, 1866. ly.
CAMBRI A HOUSE,
HAVING purchased this well known estab
lishment ami thoroughly refitted it, I
take this method of informing my friends,
and the public generally, that no pains will
be spared to render satisfaction to all who
may favor me with their patronage.
My TABLE will be furnished with the
best tl.o market affords ; and at the BAR
may be found the choicest liquors.
The STABLE will be attended by an
obliging hostler. Thankful for past patron
age, I solicit a continuance of the Fame.
GEORG E WEN TROTH.
August 16, 1866.
AT THE PEXX'A RALE GAD DEPOT
MEALS READY ON. THE ARRIVAL
OF ALL TRAINS.
J. H. CLARK & CO., Proprietors.
Sept. 23, 1863. tf
ber announces to the public, that he has
repurchased the Ebensburg Foundry and is
prepared to furnish his .former customers
and all others with every description of cast
ings usually manufactured at a country es
tablishment. He will always keep on hand
the best quality of COOKING STOVES,
PARLOR STOVES, OFFICE STOVES. &c.
Also PLOWS, of the mast approved pat
tern. PLOW POINTS, THRESHING
MACHINES and all other articles connect
ed with the business of a Foundry.
ne invites the natronae-ft of the nuhlie
and will sell at the most reasonable prices,
ior casn or country produce.
March 29, 1865-ly.
PALLAGHER'S magical hair OIL,
U and VEGATABLE OIL SOAP, for sale
at the Book Store of
Feb. 22,1866. JAMES MURRAY.
WHOLESALE AND I? ETA I r
Canal street, belotc Clinton, Johnston
KEEPS constantly on hnv a large a-'
ment of Sugar Kettle. Brats oT ', 'J'
fvrrr.MVS- I m.u arp oil L-m,i . ..rt-i
Ware; Enameled and Tinned Iron "U'aV
Copper Ware made to crder. Sad Irons' c
Smoothing Irons, Zinc Washboard '
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES
of every Pittsburgh or Philadelphia m3rU
facturer always on baud or procured (,a VA
ODD PLATES and GRATES f,r St,JTC
always on hand.
SPOUTING, Miner's Lamps Oil c
FRUIT CANS and Powder Horns tf"a:i
sizes, constantly on hand. u
COFFEE MILLS, Toasting Forks. 0vtt
Broilers, Jelly Cake Moulds, Table aulTi
Spoons, CoaI Buckets &c.
PRICE LIST now ready for the Tra.
Merchants are respectfully invited to ciii
and examine our wares. Send for a ca"a!
logue before purchasing elsewhere.
The above goods will be furnished
"WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
FRANK VV. HAY'S WAREHOUSE
And Savel icenly-fve y-er ttni
On your purchases. It can.be f.--.rA
Ca.Tn t-tropt lif lnw rTIlTitr.rk XT.- A i t- i.
Johnstown, June 21, 1866.
Johnstown Marble Works
A NEW STOCK
rrl. 1 :y - - 1 - . .
j uc suuM-nucr xiasjusc received a Rv
larre and liandsn.-nft ' invi.im f.f.
Italian and American
T a i n t r
comprising the largest and fine.-t .'4-jS
stock of the kind ever brought tu 4 '
Ul Ik U k-t La . I
Johnstown, at his esf.irO'' r:int fA
on Franklin Street, where he is t ru .ir ,:
with an adequate furc- of exr-ru-Mr-;!
skilful workmen, to excviit-- all k... -
MONUMENTS. Mantels, TomUi.
ble and Bureau Tops, Sec, as i
can be purchased ia nay i f t';,e c;!U
A large stock of Gi:ixistonks
and fur sale low.
A room has been cpomd in K! :
few doors west of Dr. S. S. ('!!!:
I1 i .""
siotc, wnere aftic:es 01 my miMi! .n-:w ..
kapt constantly on hand. u w,:o:. :: -j .-.
tention of purchasers is invited.
C7 Prompt attention paid to or.hr5:.
a distance and work delivered .;.. r--- :
sired. JOHN PAKKE.
June 7, 1SC6.
T1IK UNDERSIGNED l ogs leave t
the citizens of Cambria ai.d a
countiei that he has just rc-oeived
of the finest Italian and vthcr Mu-f '
Establishment in Lorc'.to (i;uhri-i
Munuments, Tombs, Grace S':. ."-
and Bureau tips; manufaclurtd of t:
I autiful and rinett quality f I. : i
Domestic marble, always on !..u. I ;;
tu order ns cheap as they can lv uin
in the tiUj, in a ne;;t an-' v. i:k:
manner, ;L cn the shortest i .
The public are j-espt-e? full y
me a call Li-fure purchaf.ing vls wl
sir. confident that my v,;k mi I j-i
satisfx' any person desiring any t!.o.
li lit? of business.
Now is the time to q:t a .'
JAMKS W ILK IN:
Lorttto, April 12, lS6.lv.
SADDLERY AND iilltfBv
The undersigned keeps constant y :
hand and instill manufacturing all ar: i
in his line such as.
FINE SINGLE & DOUBLE IIAKN!-
CHECK LINKS, HALTERS. Willi's,
1112 Willi A NIJJS
which he will dispose of at low j r
His work is all warranted, and I cv..
perieuced, he puts the l-st of leather ia '
work. Thankful for past favors, he '';
by attention to business toriorit a com.--auce
of the patronage heretofore s-j li'ovr
ly extended to him.
Shop above the store cf Robert B.v 1
Persons wishing good and substantial H
ness can be accommodated bv.
Ebensburg Dec. 11. 1 86 1 rf.
IB BOOK ST1E.
On Main street, Ebensburg I'm.
1TEEPS constant W nn hn.. an.1 f r si.e.
& general supply of
lei .zEtiEi: :s S e,
Envelope, Writing Ink. Pens, Pen
Magazines, and other articles in his 1 1
of which are sold at reasonable rates.
February 8, 1866
JOHN 11 TB0HA&
Boot and Shoe Kaker,
SHOP ON MAIN ST'T., EBEXBI"EJ:
one door East of Crawford's hot'. -tv
immediately opposite the store of E-'
Mills & Co, is prepared to do all work in '
line on short notice and in a .workup "5
manner. The work done at this establishment
compare favorable with that of any ;r,"
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh or elsewhere in
country. French Calf, Common Cd.L
rocco and all kinds of Leather con.tai ' .r '
hand. All work warranted to render
faction. November 2 18S6.1T-