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i i 1 ; 1 i ft- ! j1 i ) M ; ;i : I ? if l r ? " lisir ro liAvs ; I EAI.T Potato .It la vtry 'coram en thirty in the f pnr j to nd sirer", watery potatoes ca tha table, cnk3 cra has teen prescrvo - thco. : A taken to tzlzzt ana toor potato - is1 the pocrc:i trticla cf food that craba had ; fal its ecoa as they bein. to -sprout they j tta ia crow poor and w?dery, the. better ! part.cf v thY root going- to tha support f j lid sprouts j .hence, to; have mealy,, nice ; potatoes, : it is accessary to .keeptbera i fra csLauslir themselves ia this way. Aa eschar gives tha 'fonowins method cf preTeatiES the potatoes from sprouting, which tee hepo will bo tried end epprored : Take "'good, ound potatoes ; and. plaea Ihcra ia a tub or barrel, and pour boiling water over then,- letting then reran in Ibt trstcr cntil tba eyes aro scalded so they wili est eprcut; dry th potatoes tkorbcly ia tLa sun, and put tbara away in a' box cr barrel id , a cool, dry place. Tkia trill gira good rnealy potatoes ail tLa A OEXTLXiiAN of Rochester was.' lately la Saratoga , county, N. V.i and was there abown aa applo-tree in a fine healthy con dition, which had been ill, "subjected' to treatment with c&lctaet, ..and ' thoroughly ase cred.:v This tree was' aSlicted. with Insects; J which .wera destroying it, ;re cennj -it nnproaactiTO. : . iv noia -t was bored, into the body of the tree pearly throngh tho sap, and two grains of cal- tne! inserted. As soon as this calomel was. takea op by the pap," the remain , cn the tre3 died, and it beari" to bear fruit, ftsd hat done eo for three years to the en- tiro Eaiisfsctioa cf tho ovrcsr; . .;; ': . Aktidotc A poison cf - any corrceir abld descriptioa, and decree cf potency which hsa been swallowed intentionally or br accident, may . bo ; rendered almost instantaneously harmless by . swallowing two gills of sweet oiL. - Aa xndividaa with a very strong coastitution shoold take twice tne qnantiiT. lius ou will neu tral !z3 every farm cf rcstabla or mineral poise n with which physicians and chemists IB acquainted. : To Kv& Yztzn Hzat a Scsoisr. Cct the meat ia t!iccs ready to fry ; pack il in a jar, in layers, tpnnkla with . sal - and pepper, just enough to make it pala- tabls j place ca tho top a thick paper or doth, with salt water an inch thick r keep this ca all the wtula. Xleat can thus ba kept far three weeks ia the summer, and the last will be as good as the Crst. ACcs3 woz Felons Aa exchar ays : A poultice cf cnioas, applied mora- T" :a, end at ci-ht, will cure a felon. ziiil&i bad the case, epUttin the. 10 010f3 ,KTi-i8 J-iSty -if thlS pOU.liCe tic. , and know that the rem2y r t1 , UlSCELLAFiEOUS. : rpiO THE UlDIES of ebens- J EUEG A1TD YICLNITT-HaTlng re ceitly arrived from the (city with a hand uome assortment of Spring and Summer 312 linrrj and Strait Goods, of the latest styles, comprising BonneUt SSks and Velvets, fine French FUneers, aa assortment of RxCbons, all widths and colors, Ladies' plain and fan cj. Dress Caps, Infants' Silk and Embroid ered Ccps, together with Hoop Skirts, Cor sets, Hosiery, Gloves. Ladies' and -Gent's fine linen Handkerchiefs, &c , we invite the ladles cf Efeensbnrg and enrrccndin dis tricts to call and examine onrEtock, ia the ctowj rw formerly. f i j'-tpif d iy"Erllhes, ' 7 ' ".: t; , H;,Vllj' miliner cf excel-' I ;i ; . wlii pay partienlar attention to i ...zg, pressicsana ajteria aia po BoiXcta t. tbe l-.33fc styles..' . 'V " . 1 ..' ,' . ' Mas'. J.'PCVLE, ; TfN THE ORPHAN COURT OF CAMBRIA COUNTY. Ia tha matter the application cf John O'Ccnnell, Jr., for 'oci rf floecic jrforxnanco, notice having been civen heirs and legal representa tives cf Charles Heyer, dee'd, on motion of 3?. A. Ehoemaker, W. II. Bechler, Esq., ap pclcted Commissioner to take testimony .of rrocj cx ccmracc try orcer ci txie Lun - ' ' JAMES GRIFFIN, Clerk. ; Ia pursuance cf the above.-notice is here- by givsa that I will attend to the duties of edd appclntzacnt at tho oiaca of F. A Shoe tsaker, - Eq., in Ebensburg borough on Thursday, the 23d day of . May next, when C3d Where taosa interested may attend. ' - 7. II. SECHLER, Commissioner." "May 2. 18G7.-8t 033 BOCSETT. - . -' F. J. 6T0EM, WOUSS Ap SIGN PACrriNG. D?:!re to inform the public generally that they are cow. prepared to execute 1 louse, hn end Onxayp.er.id Paintinv, Glaziny.Fa- jptr Hinging, Graining and Cutecmiriing, ei- tcsr la Uamcrla, lilair or linntingdon Coun- tlc ca the tacrtcct notice, in the very best ctyl?, end at' prices as reasonable as any fc;..er urm cr maiviaaai in tae country. Call at tbeir room la Lowther's building. cr.-cr L.cush'a Umz biore, or address , Johm EcczrrT s Co., Altobna, Pa. ' April 25, 18G7.-Cm. ' ' ' ENTISTRY. Dr. D. Yf. Zei-- kr, having cr-ened an oZca ia rooms over E. E. Thomas' Store, cfTars his prcf. slcncd services to the cit s of Ebensba rg ap.lS.Ci-i. nooniNG, : paulo : ir -rv ttt ING STOVES, ci Ccsl,f.r Cuh. front cow r-l.l tte 1st cf ay, at Fib. 13. GLO. HUNTLEY'S. .2 DOZ. Vitoode:j Ecrrr-a Howls Just received and for sa'a low for e-iz f Lb.li. I GEO. HUNTLEY et mm r.iAf'UFACTonv. i 1 iS; "M ! - - - ft jl nnn-riniyij- mLKHsflFUDyy M01 aalllJaUl WiMW, Eucn as common winsor naira, rctiiacs CTaairs.VioBn a. Chairs, Bustle Chairs, Eim , . ; 13acted Chairs, Social! a Chairs, ' : Settees, Lounges, &c, &c. CABINET FURNITURE ' of every description and of latest ST TLBS, WITJl PRICES TO SUlTTilE ' -.aStC3i Oi.-VUUt . - Thankful for past favors, he respeci- fully tolicits a liberal share of public patron- Clintoa Street, Johnstown Cambria Co, Pa. I Jan. 31.1867. A TTENTIONI ATTENTION ! -A-4 The subscriber offers at Private Sale, oni reasonable- terms, the FA11M on which ho' now Teaides, -Eitnated 2J-miles north-of Wilmorct borough 4 ia Washington township, j uamona couaty, jra., containing nv Acres, 60," Acres of which are in a high etate of cnl tivation and under pood fence. The balance Is well timbered. - The property is conveni ent to market, churches.. Echoolhouses, etc., ana Has two uwjLiLiIu iiuusii.3 and a good BARN thereon erected.' There are two Orchards of choice fruit, never-failing springs of sood wafer convenient to the nouses, and water in every field on the farm. A Mill seat inferior to Eone in the county is to be bad on a strong stream flowing through the premises. For further information apply oa the premises or address .i M TERENCE M'ENRTJE, -i jMarch 7, 1867.-tf. more, Pa TSICESSUriiG FOU5DRY. Jill The subscri 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 STOVE3. OFFICE STOVES, &c Also PLOW S, of the most approved pat tern. PLOW POINTS, THRESHING M ACHINES and all other articles connect. cd with the business of a Foundry.,. ; He invites the patronage cf the pui.:; ana sen f t tne moss reasosaue prices vor - f nanny proance. . i . KDWARD GLASS ltRIVATE SALE. -Tho suhscri a Prirato Sale two- valuable ! i L u,wnshirn (r4:: er vaTM tract of; LAND, situate in Cam bria and Jackson townships, and known as the "Pensacola Property." Aw5o TWO FARMS adjoining the borough of Ebensburg one containing about ISO acres; the other about 159 acres. The buildings are all in good repair, with never-failing springs of 'water near the houses. i DC7 Persons wishing to purchase or cell ,rfn TimWT.oT,.'a' ririii An n-ni! k I Farms or Timber ' Lands', " will do well by calling on me before buyiDg or offering them for 6ale. F. A. SHUEMAKEK, ap.ll.tf. Att'y at Law, Ebensbuijr. (HARD TO LNYALLD2 .A Cler- gyman, wiii refx'.r; in South Amer ica as a mission-;, discovered asafj and j of Nervous I mple remedy for the Cure Weakness, - Earl v Decay, Diseases of the Urinajy and Seminal Organs, and the whole jiin of disorderi brought oa by baneful and vicious habits.- Ureat numbers have been cured by this noble remedy. Prompt ed by a desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will send the recipe or.pre- panng and using this medicine, in a sealed envelope, to any one wh6,needs it, Fret of Charge, jiaaress, JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station D, Bible House, New York City, , March 28,U817.-3m.w . - -i- ... .. , , - M FORT SALE. The sub- scriber offers for sale a piece cf land situate in Cambria township, Cambriafcoun ty, three jailes Wst of Ebensburg, on the Stone Turnpike. ' The tract contains t50 seres," 85 of which are cleared and in good condition, with a two-story square LOG HOUSE, good BARN, an excellent Spring Of water at the door, and a fine young or chard of well'eelected Fruit. . An indisputa ble title will be given. Terms will be made 0asy. Persons desirous of purchasing will call upon J. H. DARR. Altoona, ! . . cr U. LrJOHNSTON.Ebensbufg.- j : April 4, 1857.-3m ( t.; - w HABVET CUILD3. . . . LOWRIS CHILES. W, C. ilURPHEY." CH ILD S & CO. , YtUolcikle Dealers In l iiS W!R '3 frrr m mm. 13S WOOD STREET, ; PITTSBURGH, PA. Agenta for the sale of "nope Mill" Cotton Yarn, Bags, Batting and Carpet Chain. : Feb. 23, 1837-tf, WHOLESALE i . y s 2 f i t A Zt V fc-'naaJ m& fc- J" BARGAINS can be had by buying your gooes lor cash at Feb. 28. GEO. HUNTLEY'S. iiil i JL.O, - -X A ELE 1VXIVE3 l. end Forks, Spoons. 5rc, can be bought ChS'P fur cs at GEO, HUNTLEY'S. ITiriVAREHAnDWAHE '?' I aW now prepared to cue'f - TO CASH njECHASEaS c?- ;-: r v.? t ?E fl'SDBBT-IRON WABB ! t;'V.:-' eitess at r r " ''".'''' I wnoiisALEoiin'AiiVrr:; Jly tiock consists la part of every variety cf - Tla, Slscct-Irca. ; : COPPEB AND BEASS WAEES, I ' ENAMELLED AK 'FLArH I COAL SHOVELS, MINE LAMPS, OIL CANS, HOUSEFURNISHING IIAED-, WARE 01? EVERY -KIND; HEATING akd COOKING STOVES, EXCELSIOR C OOEINQ, STOVES,! NdBLETEIUMFn asdPARLOB COOK V UNO STOVES,"' And. any Cooking 6tbve' desired I will et when ordered at manufacturer's prices. Odd Stove Platsa'and Grates. &c, for re pairs, on hand for the Stoves I sell ; others will be ordered when wanted- Particular attention given to Spouting,- , Valleys i and - Conductors, all of which will be made bnt of best mat- liaia auu u.u w-i uj wiiiwfcvi vau.u, Lainp Earners, Wick and CMninoys "WHOLESALE .OR - RETAIL. I would call particular attention to the Light House Burner, with Glass Cone," for giving mOre light than any other m use. Also, the " Paraxon Isnrner for Crude Oil. .. o I BPEr CERS SIFTER I j " y - It recommends itself. " " SUGAR KETTLES AND CAULDRONS . cf all sizes constantly "on hand. ri ,. . .'-f '; '"' V " ' Special atteaiioaIrcart6' ", Jobbing in Tin, Copper and Shseblron, i sr -at lowest possible rates. -.- t r ' - ii ... : . t . ' - -i , poLESAiE 'MEKOTAini Lisra nojw ready, and will be sent on application . : ; ' i.oy mau or in person. Hoping to eea all my old enstomers and many. new ones this Spring, -I return my most Eincere thanis lor. the very liberal, p tronsge 1 nave already -recved, and wu. endeavor . iplease all whs may call, wheth er ujey cay cr not. - r . a . . .FRANCIS: XrSilAT. 'Johnstown, March 7," lS67.--m. , I H Qu.U 0?,! Q i Q f I I,il ia undersigned, respectfully informa the citizens of Ebensburg and the public gener ally that be has made a great reduction , in prices to OASH BUYElio. - My stock will consist, la part, of Cooking; Parlor and Heat- ingtiovcs, or the most popular muds ; i in wart it every description, of my own man ufacture i Hardware of all kind, such as Locks, Ccrews, Butt Hinges. - T-biaTiinges, Shutter HinffeSi Bolt.-Iioa" and Nails.' Win- Shutter Hinges, Bolt-Ijotf and Nails,' Win dow Glas Pulty, Table Knives and Forks, Carring Knives and - Forks, Meat Cutters, Apple Parers, Pea and Pocket Knives in great' variety, Scissors, Shears, Razors, and Strops. Axes, Hatchets, Hammers, Boring Machines:, 'Augers, Chissels, Planes, Oom- passes, Squares, Files, Rasps, AnHlsVises, v7renche; Eip,' Panel and Cross-Cat Saws, Chains cf all kinds. Shovels; Spades, Scythes and Snaths, Eake3; Forks Sleigh Bells, Shoe" Lasts,'. Pesr Wax Bristles, Clothes Wringers, ' Grind Stones,- Patent Molasses Gates and Measures Lumber Sticks, Horse Nails, Horse Shoes Cast Steel, Rifles. Shot Guns, Revolvers, Pistols, Cartridges, Powj der, Caps, Lead; &c. Odd Stove Plates, Grates and lire Bricks,- Weil and Cistern Pumps and Tubing ; Harness and Saddlery Ware of all kind ; Wooden and Willow Ware in great vanets ; Carbon Oil and Oil Lamps, Fish Oil, Lard Oil. .Linseed Oil, Lubricating Oil, Rosin, Tar, Glassware, Paitts, Varaisk es, Turpentine, Alcohol, c. - I iFAIVIIlCROCERIESr.; such as Tea, Coffee, Sugars, Molasses, Syr ops, Spices, Dried Peaches. Dried, Apples, Fish , Hominy, Crackers, Rice and Pearl Barley Soaps, 3 Candles ; . TOBACCO and CIGARS; Paint; Whitewash, Scrub, Horse, Shoe, Dusting, Varnish, Stove. Clothes and Tooth Brushed, all kinds, and sizes : Bed Cords and Manilla Rope, and many other articles at the lowest rates for CASH. ttj'JIousc Spouting Th&ae, painted and put up at low rates for ca$?i. A liberal discount made to country dealers buying Tinware wholesale. '.; GEO. HUNTLEY Ebensburgr Feb, 28; 1867.-tf. (J3UJ1TA1IT ' mISTUHE ! ' ' II js no superior , ' . ' 5 s TSbrfi yj It Is proiionnced j, faultless by all who- have used It. and Jt is predicted that it .will supersede all other Curtain Fixtures now In use. For sale by . GEO. HUNTLEY. . , ' FHANK W. HAY - nn'OLTS ALE" arVd RETA1 L Mahufacturer, II of TIN, TCOPPER-and "SHEET-IRON WARE, Canal street j belorv Clinton, Johns ' tyicn. Fa. A large slock constantly hand. " --v p?UGAH JUTTFLEa: AND 8U.GAR O PANS, low for cash, at ; t. . Feb. 23. - r GEO..HTJ2TTEEY!S. TF yea vact to buy goods cn loz credit J-i- and pav big prices, don't ro to "" reb.-23.-" . '. GEO. HUNTLEY'S. fTi OOD TRUNKS AND VALISE; far Eilo low at G. HUNTLEY'S. l kbit - i it . . biiWtli n . -QUI "Att?. SMALL PROFITS; : :" AND SMALL7 PROFITS,' ,v i p: AHP;;SMALL;PRQFlT3 - ;'i V 'GURLET'S j?EW CHEAP'.STORE, ' GURLEY'3. NEW CHEAP STORE, G UELEY 'S . NEW; CHEAP. STOI V-.f EBENSBURGi PA;- ' " EBENSBURG, PA.1"'-' "?-::'"-' EEENSBURG, PA." ; The ; Largest Stock of Goods. - The Best Sglected'and r the Greatest Variety,; ever brought to Town. ; : it " LARGEST; CHEAPEST AND BEST, r LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST, LARG EST, CHEAPEST AND BEST, I go and seh.. . . 1 :.-- ;go aiid SEE. The; tubscriber calls the attention cf the publia to. the fact, that he has just receded and opened out sin his New Store, a large stock .ot goods.. .consisting . :v-r: , . , IXOUE, CORN MEALi CIIOP FEED, Bran. FishBaoon and Cheese; Sngar, Cof fee, Tea, Molasfes, Spices, Tobacco, Cigar?, Candles, Soap; Vinegar, arc., &o. ,. NOTIONS; DRUGS,. PERFUMERY,- (l Stoneware and Earthenware. ' -ALSO, ane assortment of the best and latest style of Hats. He -always ikeeps constantly' on hand Bologna Sausages, Sardmes, Fresh and Spiced Oysters in can, or half cans. and al most everything in the eating or drinking line.ir All; of which 'will be sold at tmalL profits'- ' ' ' - ? GEO. GHRLEY, f Mais' Stb&bt EaKKSBuaa; Pa ; January Sl,;;1867. : , ? JMPORTANT to EVERYBODY. ; ; ' r-OHn ''D.-TI30S1AS '.I'';; r -Takes pleasure in announciog to tha citizens of Ebensburg and the north of the county generally, that he has recently added to Lis stock a large and complete assortment of SHOES, BUSKINS, GAITERS, &c, i - Far Ladies and Children's Wear, front' a celebrated wholesale manufaeturing establishment of Ziegler & Sntton, Philadel phia. - This stock comprises everything that is desirable and- serviceable in., the way. of eusUnrymads sewed vsork, and every article is warranted of the best material and most per fect manufacture. . .via the kale of. these good3 the subscriber pledges himself to repair free pf charge any article that may give way af ter a reasonable time and reasonalle usage, The ladies are Specially invitod to call and examine the stock. i .V''- ; :-1-. The EnbscriVfr. 4epa on hand and Is prepr-Tixcii-'fiO iyTiatV to ider BOOTS ft . ; ; : . V d Youth's wear, oi - i-,V j i t 4 i ana fau3Wu".v'"tJie as use wora can be obtained anywhere; French Calf, Com mon Calf, Morocco aod , ail . other, kinds of Leather constantly on band. ; , t .. E"7 Store on Mala street, nest door to Crawfcrd's Hotel.: - , - ffeb21-tf. - -WORD rmyk JOm?ST0tv'Nl ,j. r2uriiirs'-&r co.; ; ; At their Stores in " the Sccti House, Main Si., ". and on Clinton Street t Johnstown, Have constantly oa band a laTge and well selected stock cf seasonable D ry Goods, Bocts Shoes, . Groceries, and a" generaHrariety of NOTIONS, Sec Their stock consists' of almost every article usoallykeptia a retail store, all of which have been selected with care and are otlered at prices which cannot fail to prove satisfac tory. ; Call and examine for yourselves. ' Feb. 28, 18.67.-tf. - " 1 $5 : R. J. LLOYD, nUOCESSOR' to R. S.' Bcnn. Dealer In 0 DRUGS, MEDICLNES AND PAINTS. Store on Main street, opposite the "Mansion House," Ebensburg, Pa. Jan. 81, '67.tf. HOTELS. j - r SCOTT HOUSE,' Pa., : A., ROW & CO., Proprietors. r nniS HOUSE having been refitted and lelegaatly furnished, is now open for the reception. and entertainment ofguests; --The proprieora by long experience in hotel keep ing feel confident-they .can satisfy a dis criminating public: , . r Their-Bar. is; supplied ; with the choicest braads of liquors and wines, r ... , ; Jan.'Sl, 1867. 3;,v ; ' r (ly-) ? - -V '. UNION HOUSE, ; - V r" BENSBURG," .Pa.", - JOHN A! , BLAIR, fi Propietor, spares.no pains to render this hotel worthy of a continuation of tho liberal patronage' it has heretofore received.- His table-will always be furnished with tha best the market affords; his bar", with .tha best ct liquors. His stable is large, and will be attended by. an attentive and obliging hostler, , J ' r.i . Jan 31, 18G7.-tf. . OUNTAIN MOUSE, Ebensbukg. R. P. ItJTiTOH &, CO., Prop'rs. Tha" Tabcs i3 always supplied with-; the choicest delicacies : the Baii is supplied with choice: liquor?, and the Stable tutended by careful hostlers. ; Transient." visitors acoomr xaodated and ! boarders taken 'by the .week, month or year, oa reasonable terms, ' .fcb21 .. , SIirELDBTTIOUSE, ZO PETTO, CAMBRIA COUNTY, PA.. -THOMAS CALI Proprietor. . t the Eccc-mmo- rnis houssis l cation of tlia pu as good as ths chars moderate country .will. kCurd, Jon 81, lS37.-tf. s f f I' tV "i'l"t Vl i-' W ' A' 1 IT TRSnnG,"ATroii:y-AT- V Law, 'Johns(ou:nfra. ' Cuica a Prack lia fetrect,- up-stirt-, over JcLn Benton's Hardware Store.' '. v-Jaa. SI, 1SS7 JIES ; G. EASL1 , . Attoktev- at-Law', Cartcxm Cambria Fa, Collections and all legal business promptly attended to. s --; r..j . " i Jan. Si, ISG".. . 'TQTr; IU2JKEAD, 'Justice-vT-iJ : Peace -9 'and Claim Ajcrd.-r-OQ removed to the'oCee -formerly occupied. by-M. Hasson, Esq,, dee'd, on High St., Ebensburg. ;. j3l. i; W. IL SECHLEE, -ATTORNEY AT LAW, Elcntbvrg,, Fa. Jl OiUce in the Commissioners R'm. Court House. ; - ' . ,; , Jan. Si, '67-tf. : F. if. TlEKJNii.1 , I- 1TT0RNET AT LAW, Ebcnsbtirj, Fa. fl OSce in Colonade Bow, " - 'Jan. 6, lS57-tf.' . , "' JOSEPH EI'DONALD, J ST TOIL J j OSce S TTOENEr' AT LAW, Ebensburg, Pa. on Centre street, opposite Moore's Hotel.. .; Jan. 3t, 1867-U ; 1 ; ; ; JOHN FENLON, 1 TTORNEY AT. LAW, Ebensburg Pa. i OlScQ en;High street, adjoining bis rest denco. , , , - Jan 3l, ,1867.-tf." . GEORGE HEED, r; I TTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg, Pa. Office on-Main street, threo doors East of Julian, . 4 ...i Jan. 81, Ibbi. GEORGE W. O ATM AN,"; 1 TTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg, Fa. OiSce ia Colonade Row, Centre street. January Si, lSG7.-tf. ;,v.: : -c , : i t -WILLIAM JKITTELL; -' TTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg, Fa. IX Oihce in Colonade Haw, Centre street. Jan. 31, l867.-tf. i! - - ; i - v J?- A. ; SHOEMAKER, , I TTORNEY AT LAW," Ebensburg, Pa : OHice on High street , one door East of the Banking House of Lloyd & Co. - January 31, lS67tf. " j ; ;' B. L JOHNSTON. ' J. B. 8CANLAN -1 , JOHNSTON & SCANLAN, ; ! Attorneys at Law, V Ebensbarg, Cambria co.. Pa. Office opposite the Court Ucuse. - - 5 Ebensburg, Jan. 31, 18G7.-tf. ' ; j A - JOHN P. LINTON, VtTORNEY AT LAV, JoTinsiovn, Pa. l OfSce ia building on corner of Main and iYanklin street, oppci to Mansion" Route, second floor, . Entrance on Franklin street; 1 1 Johnstown, Jan. 31," 1867.-tf ; : j ; : d. M'LAUGHLrN, 'x -x; ; ' TTORNEY AT LAW, Johnstown, Fa. j) OSice in the Exchange building, on the Corner cf Clinton and- Locust streeta-rrnp stairs. Will attend to all business connect ed with his profession.' ; Jan. SI, 18S7-tf. ' " ' ; ' S. BELFORD, DENTIST, EONTINUES to visit Ebensburg personally on the 4th Monday of each month.--During bis absence Lewis N. Snyder, who studied with the Doctor, will remain in the ofuce and attend to all Wines eted to him. t" - ; O -- Jao8167.' : BANK NOTICES. WH. M.:iX0YP. s - T. CALDWELW j -.a C;, President. ;h :v NATIONAL r . CasUe BANK :':GdYnmssiE:iT "Accxcsri :; i ' ' ; and ? y . DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE k - -; UNITED STATES. , . " Corner Virginia and, Annie Streets, North I-.-. .4 Ward, Altoona, Fa. -, Authorized Capital, - $300,000 Cash Capital paid in, - - - - - 150,000 All business pertaining to Banking done on favorable terms " : Internal Revenue Stamps of all denomi nations, always on hand. o purchasers of Stamps,' percentage, fctarnns.will be allowed, as follows: $50 to $100, 2 per cent. ; $100 to $200, 8 per cent, j $200 and upwards, 4 per cent Jan. 31, 1867-tf. .UATiorjAL rs.irsn J0KNSTOWN, CAMBRIA. CO., . Or ;cpltal.SS0,O0OM Prlvllgtolncraa - :.. i to 5100,000. . : - ; --Inland and Foreign Drafts furnished. - Gold and Silver bought and soldi Collections made, at home and abroad. ; U. S. Bonds and Securities of all kind tainedi : ; . ': ;-: -. ; - Deposits received and money loaned. A general. IJanKiDg pusmess iransac;ea. '' . . . : DISECTOliS. : .1 - D. J. Morrell, ; ' . Isaac Kauffman. "' Jacob M. Campbell, George Fiitz, John Dibert, ' E. Y. Townsend, Jacob Ltiverood. - - - - D. J. MORRELL, Preset. H. J. Robeets, Cashier. jan31'G7. Tf. '" IOTO CO., Harsliers, . 1i i - - - ' Eeesseurg, ' G-ohl, Silver, Government Loans, other Securities, bought and sold: Interest allowed on Time Eeposits. Co! lections made on all accessible points in the United States, and a ceneral Eanamg business transacted. January 81,1807.. V V " . Easb?.s, Altoona. Drafts ou tha principal cities and Silver and Gold for sal3. Collections made. Moneys received cn deposit, payable on d mand, without interest, cr up-on time, wi , interest at ferrates. janSK1, OELUNEOUS; lARTrORD till, 4M; 0AS3 CAPITAL We are now prepared to TOC a gainst hoth DeaihtxA nd reliable Comn&nv Ihij live an or theft..,, EES OF HORSES : i U II J Manufacturers, Farmers, Teaosti, " ! pressmen, . Physicians, and in fftrf 1 to any extent dependant upon of their horses in their dXu?' should insure ia this Comna; . .u- derive-a protection against tLaioWS' animals, which are in many cases ft means of support to their owners FARM STOCK. i Farmers and others owning mih..,1 f avail themselves of this means ofmS: value of their stock, and neon 3l lent for the loss which would nrt,. J?"? 13 U 14 !4 heavily upon theni in bein? d,' their Cattle, by insuring in this, tU PIONEER-COMPANY OF AKEPJCjij' V. By insuring in this Compnr T01.r; change a'certainty for an uccertaimr 5Jl do stolen or die through svtat calamity. . C3- Competent Agents tcanled, ia i liberal compensation will be paid. BX .', . KERR & CO., General , April 4, lSG7.1y. ' Altoo'najJ fjCJ- OjI. WM. K. PIPER, EbeuEtl teen appointed local agent far the Earj Live Stock Insurance Company. " i fH1 OREIGN.SIIIPPnv .AND ' i EXCHAMCE OFFICE.! ; 'We arenow selling Exchange (itv York Rates oa i England, Ireland. " Bcot'ui, j Germany, PrusiA, P.aTaria, Wnrtttlr 2. , Uessen, SaxoDj, j ; i j Belgium, Fwitikif Norway and Ftano. I Wales, . ; Austria, Holland, i And licfeets to and from any Port iii England, , -, Ireland, ScctlaaJ, Germany. France, . Califiru,! New South Wales or Austrliii ; . , . KERR 4 a 1! OIIN HICKEY, Ai.toosa J; - Xalr la ll kind , t 1 1 S 3 4 Honsoliolfl Furnitnii SUCH AS ! lounges; i tables.1 : 1 bedstei sofas. j bureaus, "what-k cushioned, cane-bottomed.a: j ''"'- COMMON CHAIRS, &c - - j j NEW FURNITURE! WAREEOCr j , 1 'r JULIA 8TEE2T, NEAB HSEBEET, OpponiU the Frotcstant Episcopal Chei March 7, 1867.-6m. EASTALTOC: JOHN CAT. WB. Tt A Y ' & ' W E L"SE, 8nturi lo Gtr A PalaiM, i WU0LE3ALS Grcccrs and CommisElcn Elercl i , . AND DEALERS IN I FLOUR, PRODUCE. FISH, SAT.D eon oils: c, . I Corner Penn and Canal Sts.. opposite G t Elevator. . Ifsb2S PUUburskJi Lime for Sale. 1 nnrlrT rmesA is vwcnT ta cVT J rua LiUy StaUon, or No. 4, on tbi h Tu I L . -A Railroad to Ebeaiburg, Jchut' or any other point cn the Penna. B. B-4 its branches.. . ; . - 1 Address. : .WM. TILFf. Jaa31,-tf Hemlock, Cambria ,? MARBLE WORKS. RICES GEE ATLY EEDUClt jDnrr3T0T7n iiaeble wo laV f large and handsome invoice Italian and American il A li 13 L JS.. I in j comprising the largest and finest - l : 7 v .Vl tn : Johnstown, at his establishment on Franklin Street. wher he is F' with aa adequate' forco of experswf ' Sinai workmen, to execota MONUMENTS. Mantels, Tom ' PA. Us and Bureau Tons. rc." as cWf'i " i- can be piiirchased in any of thecU! ( A large atock of Gnipsrosa v' and for sale low. . : A room has been opened In tte-f few doors west of Dr. S. S. Cbnsi Store, where articles of my mantu'- ob - kept constantly on hand, to wt" tention of purchasers is tnviiea. - Uy Prompt attention paid a distance and work dehverea;-.: sired.. JOH' LOREXTO HUE UNDERSIGNED begsleJ' I the citizens of Cambria counties, that he has iust rtca: of the finest Italian and other b". Pa. Establishment in Lcreito ww";. and Monuments, Tgzs, uraw,lh- fttii iJiiituit ivjj-j, uiu'- . r'.f," I1CAUVI1UI ttuv Domestic m; - -v. U as r' sn ia the city, in a neat ana manner, and oa the shortest W ' , .--1 The public are rospectiunj ma a call before pnrchasin? ' Pa. a conCJent that my wors satisfy any person desiring" line of business. . .;J!' IivisiUtimetogetAfftp JAME3 ni rAV It.. id- with this Company, of obtafcB " ty and remuneration for the losscfn imals la case cf dsath or tKcf t irble, always on w--;, .i M.n rfl I"'