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The eoec-ch cf Hon. George II. Pkn
iiKiT5Jf, of Cincinnati, delivered recently
at St. Paul, iliznesota, is one of reniark
kUu power and eloquence. He met the
cry ui" l he Radicals that the Democratic
party id wedded to "dead issues,'' by a
iiiHstcrly vindication of our political policy
in stitu ling firmly by the fundamental
pi ii.cipli'3 of Republican government. We
invite the close attention of our readers to
the annexed extract from the conclusion
of Mr. Pendleton's speech on this very
j'.iiiit :
They tell us we Democrats will cling
to 'Mead isbues." The integrity of the
1'epuLlican government, the preservation
ut liberty, the maintenance of our Consti
tution and government, the happiness of
mankind! Are these dead issues f Our
love for them may be dead, our fidelity
may bo dead, our worthiness for them and
vir enjoyment may be dead, but the issues
.vill live tiH they are settled in their full
fruition aud the principles which underlie
i Leui are as durable as the eternal throne,
l'hey tell us that, like the Hourbon?, we
will forget nothing, and learn nothing ;
will not submit to accomplibhed facts.
It is a mistake. It were wicked folly to
ruit tke inevitable, We would bow rev
tr.ntly in its presence. Hut who shall
open the book of late aud say of any course
of events, or of any condition of things, it
is fixed forever. Who shall with pro
phetic power read the secrets of the Al
mighty, and repeat in another connection
the w ords w hich only once uttered through
out all ages reverberate along the course of
eighteen centuries : "It is jinished." The
human rni:ul has no power to discern the
unehnngeubl. The decrees of destiny are
hidden from its view, that its aspirations
may not be checked, its efforts may not
W pb-:ied. When William l'itt came
bncii to (ho ministry, hu formed with in
credible energy and exertion the Continent
al AtHanre, It required the labor of two
years. Napolpon broke up his camp at
Ikmtogne, marched his heroic legions to
the Danube, and in one hundred days
captured an army nt Ulm, and shattered
th coalition on the bloody field of Aus
twtha. The great statesman was bowed
to the earth his hope was gone his
courngw breken his efforts at an end.
Broken licni ted be exclaimed, ''Roll up
the map of Europe for lutlf a century,"
aod divil, belreviog that Napoleon had at
tained to universal dominion. Austria
wtt di.poiled of her fairest possessions.
Jtua followed, and Prufia was humbled
t th duiit ; Friedland followed, and the
monarch of the north bowed his haughty
head before the imperial eagles. Napoleon
vvi mrJfLty. His fiat vacated the throne
of NuptoB. He pronounced the aeuteuce,
"The House of iiragunza has ceased to
riis" and that family went fugitive from
Portugal to Brazil. Louis was King of
Holland, Joeph whs King of Spain
Murat was King of Naples. The confed
eration of tire Ifhioe guarded Lis frontier.
TLti Dukedom of Warsuw and the King
dom of Wrttphalia were the props of his
throiw. HeTe teemed to b an accom--;vJ.-9-i
fact. Hut Ei.cland refuBe.l tr,
o
acwpt the eituntion," and in less than
throe years Austria was in arms, Prussia
wag recuperated, Russia had become hos
tile, and in lew thau three years the em-
6 -pi re of Napoleon had passed away the
tHl.iic of his power had been dissolved
Eurup was M-eetablidhed within its ori
ginal limits, and he himself languished a
prisoner in the Inland of St. Helena. In
lMO the compromise measures were pass,
fed. They consisted of the admission of
California, tha amendment of the Fugitive
.Slave Law, the establishment of govern
ment in the territories. They command
ed the support of the leading statesmen of
both great political parties. They were
d-. !ared to be an honest, honorable, final
He'.iiement of the issues of slavery as con
nected with the Federal government. The
national conventions of 1852 both ap
proved them. 'Ilio people thoroughly en
dorsed them. Put Chase, and Sumner,
and (J hidings, refused to "accept the
tiUiuti' ii," and on the repeal of the Mis
souri Compromise they recommenced the
imitation, which ended in war, and has
obliterated from the stutute book not only
those laws but the very principle on which
those laws were based. Who ehall dare
to nay what facts are accomplibhed?
Who shall predict the "way which are
pat finding out." To "accept the situa
tion," if it be wrong, is the cowardice of
a timid spirit, or the weakness of a wearied
i i.e. Error i3 never fixed, wrong is never
i-MauJhcd, the courses of evil are never
accomplished. Truth wages against them
perpetual war. It never wearies. Its
pirit never flags, aud it is immortal. "The
rternal years of God are her's." Ix;t us
be her foldiers and emulate her virtue.
It us accept nothing as accomplished
unless our judgmanta and consciences
approve the result as right. Let us stand
by our Constitution w hich we .believe to
be right, and maintain our form of gov
ernment which we have found to be bene
ficient. Lot us accept no result as' final
w hieh accomplished their overthrow. Let
ns be unwearied in this contest, and I
bdieve we shall save our institutions to
Mees our child
-a our fathers. If we fail, wc shall at
kast have deserved well of our country
men, and thall Lave done that which, like
the seed after being hidden in the frosts
and snows, and darkness of winter, hali
bear ft uit ; and if this land and gyvcrn
mcnt must follow the footsteps of the nast,
we than be able to comfort ourselves'with
lhc reiloction that if nations, like individu-
K are not destined to immortality, and
i in their virtues equally as their vices,
" their grandeur as in their weakness,
l"-y bear m their bosoms the seeds of
ortality, nevertheless, "in the passions
"Men elevate tlitua to greatness equally
i" those which batten their decav, is to
, dirucd the unceasing operation of
'oe principles at once of corruption and
rf.surrec,ln Wch are combined in hu
Mianity, and which universal in cornmu
i.iius as ,n nngle men compensate the
iacessH,y dt.tIlfieoflia(ion3 by v.(al
wLich hasp.ven undecaying youth to
t
1 Kra.
fl
An U no ext Cask. The Poughkeepsie
Jxtfjle tells a story about a clergyman in
that city who was recently aroused from
his slumbers, a few moments before mid
night, by a vigorous tapping at the front
window of his residence, liaising the
window sash, he inquired who was there.
A gruff voice replied in the broken dialect
of h Yorkshireman that he wanted the
dominie to come down to his house and
marry a couple. The dominie wondered
that he should be called on such business
at such a late hour of the night, and asked
for an explanation. The Yorkshireman
replied that "a young couple had just ar
rived at his boarding house and wished to
stay all night, saying that they were going
to be married in the morning." That
was all well enough, but the Yorkshire
man didn't have but one spare bed, and
as he didn't wish to turn the strangers out
of doors, and didn't wish to lose the price
of their lodgings, he concluded that they
had better be married that riishr, rather
than take any risks. The good-natured
dominie proceeded to the house, and in
presence of the household made the lovers
one. At the conclusion of the ceremony,
the Yorkshireman stepped up to the reve
rend gentleman, and placing a live dollar
greenback in his hand, said : "There,
dominie, if she makes a good wife for her
husband, at the end of the year 1 will
give you five dollars more." The dominie
then returned to the parsonage, and the
newly married couple were allowed the
"spare room."
MISCELLANEOUS.
'MPORTAXT to EVERYBODY.
1
.ilJ
JOIIX 1. TII031.4S
Takes pleasure in announcing to the citizens
of Ebenbburg aud the n-.irth of the county
generally, that he has recently added to his
tock a large and complete assortment of
SHOES, BUSKINS, GAITEKS, &c,
For Ladies' and Children" s Wear,
from the celebrated wholesale manufacturing
ettublii-hment of Ziegler & Sutton, Philadel
phia. This btock comprises everything that
is desirable and serviceable in the way of
cuxlom-htade sewed trork, and every article is
warranted of the best material and' most per
fect manufacture. In tUe sale of t hose goods
the subscriber pledges himself to repair free
of charge any article that may give way af
ter a reasonable time and reasonable usage.
The ladies are specially invited to call and
examine the stock.
TLe subscriber also keeps on hand and is
prepared to manufacture to order BOOTS
aud SHOES for Gent's and Youth's wear, of
the very best material and workmanship,
and at prices as reasonable as like work can
Le obtained anywhere. French Calf, Com
mon Calf, Morocco and all ctLtr kinds of
Leather constantly on hand.
Ct7" fit ere on Main street, next door to
Crawford's Hotel. feb21-tf.
J- O L L I D AYS13U11G !
JACOB PriTpiRCHER,
FASHIOXALLE
CLOTHIEPt, & TAILOE,
Has just opened a full assortment of well se
lected and most d:irahJo
mm & mm goods.
Gents and IJots furnished with CLOTH
ING, HATS, SHOES, &c, of the latest
styles and best material, at the LOWEST
CASH PRICES.
A VAISICTY OF PI ECU GOODS,
which will be sold by the yard or made to
order in the most approved manner.
Having given full satisfaction to his cus
tomers fjr more than tvvk.nty-kivk tears,
he guarantees the same to a!l who may favor
him with their patronage in the future.
fc-Stre on the west side of Montgomery
street, below Iilair. next door to Masonic
Hall, Ilollidaysburg, Ta. my'-S. ly.J
OBERT E. J ONES.
Ebensburg, Cambria co., IV,
Dealer in Lumber. The highest pricos
in Ca.vA, paid for CHERItY, POPLAtt.ASH
aud LIND LUMBER.
BANK NOTICES.
WM.
M. IXOYD,
President.
JOHS LI.OYD,
Ctishicr.
J? Ill ST NATIONAL BANK
OK ALTOO.VA.
GOVCU A M U AT A EX C Y
Axn
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE
UNITED STATES.
Comer Virginia awl Annie Sheets, North
Ward, Altoona, Pa.
Authorized Capital, $300,000
Cash Capital paid iu, .... 150,000
All business pertaining to Banking done
on favorable terms
Internal Revenue Stamps of all denomi
nations, always on hand.
To purchasers of tJiamps, percentage, in
stamps, will be allowed, as follows :
$50 to $100, 2 per cent.; $100 to $200,
3 per cent ; $200 and upwards, 4 per cent.
Jan. 31, 18U7 -tf. .
ilRST IVATIOXAI. HtXK
Of JOHSsIOH-X, CAMLRIA CO..
PA.
Cniltl,f00,000 PilTlItgtlolncrensc
to $100,000.
Inland and Foreign Drafts furnished.
Gold and Silver bought and sold.
Collections ma.le, at home and abroad.
U. S. Ponds and Securities of all kind ob
tained.
Deposits received aud money Ioaued.
A general Ranking business transacted.
lIRECTOB3.
D. J. Morrell,
Itaac Kauflman
George Fritz,
John Dibert,
E. Y. Townsend.
Jacob M. Campbell,
dacou Levergood.
D. .7. MORRELL, Prrt't.
II. J. Robekts, Cashier. jan31'i7.
iLOYD & CO., EtankcrN,
Er.ESKBfno, Pa.
Gold, Silver, Government Loans, and
other Srcurities, bought and k Id. Interest
allowed on Time Leposits. Collections made
on all accessible points in the United Statew,
and a general Ranking business transacted
January 81, 1867.
WM, LLOYU & CO.,
Pankkks, Altoona. Pa.
Drafts on the principal cities and Silver
and Gold for sale. Collections made.
Moneys receive! on deposit, payable on de
mand, without iutsrest, or upon time wifh
at
,
interest at fair tat&i. anSl.
: rrrri:
r
TINWARE, HARDWARE, &c.
1867 srU1AG Tit A OK.
I am now prepared to offer
SUrEMOR INDUCEMENTS
TO CASn FUUCIIASKR3 OF
TIN & SHEET-IRON WARE !
EITHER AT
WHOLESALE Oil KETAIL,
My stock consists in part of every variety of
Tin, Miect-Iron.
COrrER AND BRASS "WARES,
BSAMtlXEI) AXI) I'l.AIS
SAUCE-PANS. BOILERS. Etc.,
COAL SHOVELS, MINE LAMPS, OIL
CANS, IIOUSEFURNISIIING HARD
WARE OF EVERY KIND.
Speai's Anti-Diut
HEATING and COOKING STOVES,
EXCELSIOR COOKING STOVES,
NOBLE, TRIUMPH am. PARLOR COOK
ING STOVES,
And any Cooking Stove desired I will get
when ordered at manufacturer's prices.
Odd Stove Plates and Grates, &c, for re
pairs, on hand for the Stoves 1 sell; others
will be ordered when wanted. Particular
attention given to
Spouting, Valleys and Conductors,
all of which will be made out of best mate
rials and put up by competent workmen.
Lamp Burners, Wick and Chimneys
M'HOI-ES.vr.E OK K ETA 1 1..
I would call particular attention to the Lijrht
House Burner, with Glass Cone, for giving
more litiht than any other in use. Also, the
Paragon Burner, fur Ciude Oil.
SPCXCER'g SIFTER !
It recemmends itself.
SUGAR KETTLES AND CAULDRONS
of all sizes constantly vii bund.
Special attention given to
Jobbing in Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron.
at lowest possible rates.
Witor.rSAi.K Mei:chaxt' Lkts
now ready, and will I sent on ajp.ication
by mail or in person.
Hoping to see all my old customers and
many new ones this Spring, I return m
most sincere thanks for the very liberal pa"
tronage I have already received, mid will
endeavor to pleasj ail who may call, wheth
er thev bay or not.
FPANCIS V. II AY.
Johnstown, March 7, lbo7.-Cm.
GREAT REnrcTioN ix Pititxs !
TO CASH BLYERS !
AT TIIC i:iti:SIILRG
IIOlSE-FlfllMSlMG STORE.
'I he undersigned respectfully informs the
citizens of Ebensburg aud the puhlic gener
ally that he has made a great reduction in
prices to CASH BUYERS. My btock will
consi.-t, in part, of Cooking, Parlor and Heat-
ir.fj Stoves, of the mot popular kinds ; Tin
urure of every description, of my own man
ufacture ; Hardware of all kind, buch as
L-jcks, Saews, Putt Hinges, TaUie llingts,
Shutter Hingis, Bolts, Iron and Nails. Win
dow Glass. Putty, Table Knives and Forks,
Carving Knives and Forks, Meat Cutters.
Apple Parens, Pea and Pocket Knives in
great variety, Scissors. Shears, Pazors and
Strops. Axes, Hatchets, Hammers, Boring
Machines, Augers. Chissels, Planes, Gorn
passes, Squares, Files. Rasps. Anvils, Vises,
Wrenches, Rip, Panel and Cro.ss-Cut Saws,
Chains cf all kinds. Shovels, Spades, Set thes
and Snaths, Hakes. Forks, Sleigh Bells,
Shoe Lasts, Pegs. Wax Bristles, Clothes
Wringers, Grind Stonc-s, Patent Molasses
Gales and Measures. Lumber Sticks, Horse
Nails, Horfe Shoes. Cast Steel. Pifles, Shot
Guns, Kevolvers. Pist-ds, Cartridges. Pow;
der. Caps. Lead, &c.. Odd Stove Plates'
Grates and Fire Bricks, Well and Cistern
Pumps and Tuhing; Harness and Saddlery
Ware of all kind ; Wooden and Willow Ware
in great variety ; Carbon Oil and Oil Lamps,
Fish Oil, Lard Oil, Linseed Oil, Lubricating
Oil, lioHii, Tar, Glassware, Paints, Varnish"
ts, Turpentine, Alcohol, &c.
FAMILY GROCERIES,
such as Tea, Coffee, Sugars, Molasses, Syr
ups, Spices, Dried Peaches. Dried Apples,
Fish, Hominy, Crackers, Pice and Pearl
Barley: Soaps, Candles; TOBACCO and
CIGARS; Paint. Whitewa.sh. Scrub, Horse,
Shoe, Dusting, Varnish, Store. Clothes and
Tooth Brushes, all kinds and sizes; Bod
Cords and Manilla Hopes, aud many other
articles at the lowest rates for CASH.
C3-House Spoulinj made, painted and pui
up at low rateh tor cash. A liberal discount
made to country dea'ers buving Tinware
wholesale. GEO. HUNTLEY
Kbttcsburg, Feb,. 23, IStJT.-tf.
URTA1F fllXTURE!
Has no superior &i in the World!!
It is pronounced Ji faultless bv all who
have used it. and it is predicted that it will
supersede all other Curtain Fixtures now in
use. For sale by GEO. HUNTLEY.
j&j'OTICE. All persons knowing
themselves indebted to me by note or
book account of over six months standing,
are requested to pay u within thirty davs
of this date, or they will find their accounts
in the hands of an iCicer for immediate col
lection. A strict compliance with this notice
will save costs. GEO. HUNTLEY.
Ebensburg, June 20, 1807-
FliANK V. 1 1 AY,
f HOLES ALE an.l RETAI L Manufact urer,
wl'LV- COPPER and SHEET-IRON
U ALL .Canal street, Lelow Clinton, Johns
ha' A larc locj5 C0UstilntIy
rjlIIE HLSING SUN STOVE POL
loll. Fur beauty of polish, saving &f
labor and cheapness, this preparation is tru
ly unrivalled. Bug no other. For sale by
June 13. 18G7. GEO. HUNTLEY.
POCKET KNIVES, Table Kmvks
- and Forks, Spoons. &c., can be bought
cheap for cash at GKO. HUNTLEY'S?
F you want to buy goods on long credit
and pay big prices, don't eo to
Feb. 28. GEO. HUNTLEY'S.
12
DOZ. Wooden Ucttkk Howls
just received and for sale low for eash
lfb.28. GEO. HUNTLEY'S.
ROPE for Patent Hay Forks ean be
had low for cash at IITTNTr v.vc
G OOD TKUNKS AND VALISEK,
lor sale low at G. UUNTLEY'S.
ALTOONA ADVERTISEMENTS.
HARTFORD
LIVE STOCK ISSMIE HIPMY.
CASH CAPITAL $500,000.
"We are now prepared to insure LIVE
STOCK against both Dcalh and Theft; in
this live and reliable Company. Owners of
stock have now the opportunity, by insur
ing with this Company, of obtaining securi
ty aud remuneration for the loss of their an
imals in oase of heath or theft.
OWNEKS OF HOUSES,
Manufacturers, Farmers, Teamsters. Ex
pressmen, Phvsicians, nnd in tact all who
are to any extent dependant upon the vervi
ces of their horses in their daily vocations,
should insure iu this Company, and thus
derive a protection against the loss of their
animals, which are in many cafes the sole
means of support to their owners.
FARM STOCK.
Farmers and others owning cattle should
avail themselves of this m?ans of saving the
value of their stock, and secure an equiva
lent for the loss which would otherwise fall
heavily upon them it) being deprived of
their Cattle.'bv insuring in this, the
PIONEER COMPANY OF AMERICA !
By insuring in this Company you ex
change a certain ty for an uncertainty. No
man can tell whether his animals may not
be ttoleu or die through tome unforsen
calamity.
fc Conictcil Ayaifs wanted, to tcJwm a
literal compensation trill be jjaid. Apply to
KERK & CO., General Ageuis,
April 4, 1867.-ly. Altoona. Pa.
Col. VM. K. PIPEP, Ehensburg. has
I ecu appointed local as:ent for the Hartford
Live Stock Insurance Company.
? o it i: i g s n irn x g
AND
EXCHANGE OFFICE.
We are now selling Exchange (at New
York Pates on
England
Ireland,
Germany
Bavaria,
H est, en,
Belgium,
Scotland,
Prusfia,
Wurlembcrg,
Saxony,
ales,
Austria,
linden ,
Hanover,
Holland.
r witzerland,
Norway and France.
And Tickets to and from any Poit in
England, Ireland, Scotland,
Germany, France, California,
New South Wales or Australia.
KEIIK & CO.
JOHN' l; UK KIT.
F. J. 6TOIIM.
J-JOUSE and SIGN PAINTING.
JOISX ROCELSITT &. CO.
Desire to inform the public generally that
thev are now prepared to execute Huii.se.
Sign and Ornamental Painting, Glazinj, I'a'
pzr Hinging. Graining and Culceminiiig, vi
ther in Cambria. Bl.a'r or Huntingdon (Joitn
tiot , on the shortest notice, in the very best
style, end at prices as reasonable as anv
other firm or individual in the country.
Call at their room iu Lowther's bufldin".
under Polish's Drug Store, or address
John K ckltt & Co., Altoona, Pa.
April 1G7.-Gm.
01 IX IIICK1;Y Altoona Pa.,
' Dealer Iu all kinds
Household Furniture!
srcn A3
LOUNGES, I TABLES, I BEDSTEADS
SOFAS. J LUREAUS, WHAT-NOTS
CUSHIONED. O.t NE-BO I'TOMED AND
COMMON CHAIRS, &c.
NEW FURNITURE WARER00M,
JL'LIA STREET, NEAK IIAI'.IUET,
Opposite the Protestant Episcopal Church,
March 7, 1SG7.-Iy.. EAST ALTOONA.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
qiriCK. SALES,
JI ICK SILLS,
LICIi S ALLS,
AND SMALL PROFITS,
AND SMALL PROFITS,
AND SMALL PPOFITS,
GUR LEY'S NBW CHEAP STORE
GURLEV'S NEW CHEAP STORE,
GUHLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE,
EBENSBURG. PA.
EBENSBURG, PA.
EBENSBURG, PA.
The Largest Stock of Goods. The Best
Selected and the Greatest Variety ever
brought to Town.
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST,
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST.
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST,
GO AND SEE.
GO AND SHE.
GO AND SEE.
The subscriber calls the attention of the
public to the fac., that he has just received
aud opened out iu his New Store, a laro
stock of goods, consialing of
FLOUR, CORN MEAL, CHOP FEED,
Bran. Fish. Paeon and Cheese; Sugar, Cof
fee, Tea, Molas?es, Spices, Tobacco Cigars,
Can. lies, Soap, Vinegar, &c &c.
NOTIONS, DRUGS, PERFUMERY,
Stoneware an.l Earthenware. ALSO, a fine
assortment of the best and latest style of
Hats, lie always keeps constantly on
hand liolo-na Sausages, Sardines, Fresh and
Spiced Oysters in can, or half cans, an.l al
most everything in the eating or dunking
line. Ail of which will be sold at iinail
profit.
GEO! GURLEY,
Main Street, Ebcnsijuuu, Pa.
January 31, lfc-157.
' DEALERS IN
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY,
Faucy Soaps, Leon's aud Hall's Hair Resto
ratives, Pills, Ointments. Plasters, Lini
ments, (all kinds J Davis' Pain Killer. Rail
ways Ready Relief, lirown's Ess. Jamaica
Ginger. Citrate Magnesia, Flavoring Ex
tracts and Essences, Lemon Syrup, Soothing
Syrup, Spiced Syrup, Rhubarb, PURE
SPICES, Ac.
CIGARS AND TOUACCOS,
Plank Rooks. Deeds, Notes and Ponds, Cap,
Post and all kinds of Note Paper. Envelopes,
Pens. Pencils, Arnold's Writing Fluid, Plack
and RM Iukf Pocket and Pass Rooks, Maga
zines, Newspapers, Novels, Histories. Pibles,
Religions Prayer and Toy Rooks, Penkaives,
Pipes, itc.
Medicine for the body and food for
the mind. Call and see.
Main Street, Ebeksbceg.
July 25, 1867.
ANY PERSON intending to build a
House or Barn, can buy Nails and
Hardware cheap by paying cash at
Pvb.23. GEO. HUNTLEY'S,
MISCELLANEOUS.
PHOTOGRAPHIC.
dO. & II. T. AXTHOXY, -
Manufacturers of
PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS
WHOLKSALK AND RETAIL.
601 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Tn addition to our main business of PHO
TOGRAPHIC MATERIALS we are Head
quarters for the following, viz :
Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views
of American and Foreigu Cities aud Land
scapes, Groups, Statuary, &c.
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OF THE WAR,
From negatives made in the various cam
paigns, and forming a complete Photo
graphic history of the great contest.
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS ON-GLASS,
Adapted for either the Magic Lantern or the
Stereoscope. Our Catalogue will bo sent to
any address on receipt of Stamp.
PHOTO GRAPHIC ALBUMS.'
We manufacture more largely than any
other bouse, about 200 varieties, from 50
cents to $50 each. Our ALBUMS have the
reputation of being superior in beauty and
durability to any others.
Card Photographs of Ocnernls, States
men, Actors, &,c, fcc.
Our Catalogue embraces over five thous
and different subjects, iucludirg reproduc
tions of the most celebrated Engravings,
Paiutings, Statues, &c. Catalogues sent cu
receipt of stamp.
Photographers and others ordering goods
C. O. D., will please remit 23 per cent, of
the amount with their rder.
&j- The prices and quality of our goods
cannot fail to satisfy. apr23-Iy.J
MANUFACTORY.
JOH.VSTOWX
ALL KINDS OF CHAIRS,
such as common 'W insor Chairs, Fret Back
Chairs, Vienna Chairs, Bustle Chairs. Rim
Backed Chairs, Sociable Chairs,
(Cane rat Shi,
ROCKING CHAIRS. OF EVERY KT7F.
mm SEAT CHAIRS
Settees, Lounpes, Ac, &c.
CABINET FURNITURE
of every description and of latest
STYLES, WITH PRICES TO SUIT Tilt
Tastes of all.
Thankful for past favors, he respect
tully tolicits a liberal .share of public .patron
age. Clinton Strict, Johnstown Cambria
(:- Va J Jan. 31. 1807.
YOKD from JOIIX,STOVX!
3. MLISI-IIY &. tO.,
At their Stores in the Scott Hottxe, Main St.,
and on Cliidon Street, Johnstown,
Have constantly on hand a large and well
selected stock uf seasonable
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Groceries.
an. l a general variety of NOTIONS, !tc.
Their stock consists of almost everv article
usually kept in a retail store, all o"f which
have been selected with cre and are offered
at prices which cannot fail to prove satisfac
tory. Call and examine for yourselves.
Feb. 28. 16G7.-tf. " J5.
HARVEY CHILDS. . . . I.OVVRIE CUILDS.
VV. C. MUKrilEY.
H CHILDS & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In
BOOTS. Mil AID SOLE LEATHER
1SU WOOD STREET,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
Agents for the sale of 4 -Hope Mill" Cotton
Yam. Bags, Ratting and Carpet Cha;n.
Feb. US, 18ti7.-tf.
JOHS GAY.
O A Y
WM. WELSH.
W E LTS II .
Successors to Uay &. Palultr,
WHOLESALE
Grocers and Coramission Merchants
AND DEALELS IN
FLOUR, PRODUCE. FISH, SALT, CAR
PON OILS, etc., &c,
Corner Penn and Canal Sts , opposite Grain
Elevator. feb2S Pittsburgh. Pa.
II. CHESS WELL,
E. T. SLACK,
JOHN A. RYI EK,
WM. 1). OEM MILL.
M. CRESSWELL &, CO.,
linjortcrs and Jobbers of
ill Lb 11.
511 Market Street,
Jiine 20. 16o7-lyT PHILADELPHIA.
jj; n couraOTqmFI !
F. SIIiKRClTS Dl'SKRT.
House, Sign and Ornamental Painter.
Graining, Glazing, Paper Hanging, aud all
other work in his line, promptlv executed,
and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop in the
basement of the Town Hall.
Ebensburg, May 9, 1867. Cm.
JOSEPH ZOLXER, Jr.,
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Has taken the roomo:i High street, opposite
th'.' Mountain House, recently occupied by
R. J. Lloyd as a Drug Store. Watches aud
Jewelry repaired on short notice and at the
lowest rates, and all work warranted.
Ebensburg, May 23, 18G7.
T AM E S II. I) A VIS,
v litaler in nil kladt of
POPLAR, CHERRY & ASH LUMBER.
1 ard Xos. 2 1 4 and SIC X. Broad St.,
PHILADELPHIA.
C3-Rusiness attended to ia Ebensburg by
U m. J. Williams. f mylo-ly
f)H. T. F. M'CLUJiE, Surgeon
, Dkntist, Carrolltown. Cambria Co.,
I a. leeth inserted on Gold, Silver, Vulcan
ite, Cheoplastio. Arc. C3-ProfesMonal visits
maue to Chest Springs the first week and to
Lore t to the second week of each month.
Carrolltown, July 4. 18J7.-fim..i.2a
j a sFeTs c o nITor
It'liuIONale Grocer,
I'EALK.a IN'
FLOUR, BACON, FISH AND SALT,
Xo. 333 Liberty ktreet,
June 27, 18C7. PITTSBURGH, PA.
OAHGA1NS can be had by buyin
- your goods for ceh at
Pcb. 2 5 CTEO. HITvtt.W'q
IM.
M H i I I 11 K II I I V I L II U I I'll I! 1
in m.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
JAMES J. OATMAN, 21. D.,
tenders his professional services as Phy
sioian and Surgeon to the citizens of Carroll
tewn and vicinity. Office in rear of build
iug occupied by J. Buck & Co. as a tore.
Night calls can" be made at the hotel cf Law
rence Schroth. fMay . 18C7.-tf.
S. BELFOHD, DEXTIStS
CONTINUES to visit Ebensburg: personally
on the 4th Monday of each month.
During his absence Lewis N. Snyder, who
studied with the Doctor, will remain in the
office and attend to all business entrusted to
him. Jan31,'G7.
EXT;STKY. Dr. D. W. Zeig
ler, having opened an office in looms
over R. R. Thomas' Store, offers his profes
sional services to the citizens of Ebensburg
and vicinity. ap.l8.5m.
T DEVEREAUX, M. D.Phy-
-' t-iciAK ajd Scbgeon, Summit, Pa.
Office east end of Mansion House, oh Rail
Road street. Night calls may be made at
the office. fmy23.tf
K. L JOUNSTOX, J. E. SCAHLXS.
JOHNSTON SCANLAN,
Attorneys at Law,
Ebensburg, Cambria co., Pa.
Office opposite the Gnrt House.
Ebensburg, Jan. 31, 18C7.-tf.
D. M'LAUGIILIX;
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Johnstown, Pa.
l Office in the Exchange building, on the
Corner of Clinton and Locust streets up
stairs. Will attend to all business connect
ed with his profession.
Jan. 31, 18C7.-tf.
JOHN 1. LINTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Johnstoirn. Pa.
II Office in building on corner of Main and
Franklin street, opposite Mansion House,
second lloor. Entrance on Franklin street.
Johnstown, Jan. Si, 1867. tf.
F. A. SIIOEMAKEH,
I TTORNEY AT LAW. Ebensburg, Pa ll
Office on High street, one door East of the
Banking House of Lloyd & Co.
January Si, lS67.-tf.
W. II. SECIILEK,
A'
TTORNEY AT LAW. Ebenshura. Pa.
Office in the ComrrdsBioners' R kim. Gurt
House. Jan. 31. 'C7-tf.
F. V
TTEHNEY,
II TTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg, Pa.
11 Office in Colon adc Row.
Jan. 5, lSG7-tf.
JaSEPII M'DONALD,
JTTORNET AT LAW, Ebensburg. Pa
li Office on Centre btreet, opposite. Moore'
Hotel. Jan. 31, l8S7-tf
JOHN I'ENLON,
I TTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg Pa
II Oftice on High street, adjoining hi resi
dence Jau 3 i8G7.-tf.
G EORGE M. UKKD,
I TTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg, Pa.
II OGice on Main street, three doors East
ot Julian. Jau. 31.18G7.
GEORGE V. O ATM AN,
I TTORNEY AT LA W, Ebensburg, Pa.
il Office in Colonade Row, Centre street.
January 31, lSG7.-tf.
WILLIAM KITTELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ebentburg. Pa.
Office in Colonade Row, Centre btrcot.
Jau. 31. l8C7.-tf.
ft L. TEliSIIING, Attokney-at-
y Law, Johnstown, Pa. Office on tfrauk
lin street, up-stairs, over John Bentou's
Hardware Store. Jan. 31, 1867.
AMES C. EASLY, Attoknet-
at-Law, Carrolltou-n, Cambria Co.. Pa.
Collections and all legal business promptlv
attended to. Jan. 31. IStiT.
TT KINKEAD, Justhy; of the Peace
-B--B- and Claim Agent. OlTice removed to
the office formerly occupied by M. 11 as son
Eq dee'd, ou High St., Ebens-burg. j3l
HOTELS.
fJKA'T HOUSE,
Hemlock, Cambria Co., Pa.
JO IIS W1LKIS, Puprietor.
This House has been refit red. aud offers
accommodations superior to any other House
in the vicinity. The Proprietor, after Jong
experience iu the business, feels confident he
nndertaud.s the wants of the public. His
TARLE will be supplied with the delicacies
of the season and bis BAR with the choicest
wines aud liquors. By constant attention
and due care for the comfort of his guests
the Proprietor hopes to merit a liberal share
of patronage. f may 16-ly.J
SCOTT HOUSE, "
Main Street, Johnstown, Cambria Co., Pa.,
A. ROW & CO., Proprietors.
ipiIIS HOUSE having beeD refitted and
leiegautly furnished, is now open for the
reception and entertainment of guests. The
proprieors by long expsrience in hotel keep
ing foel confideut they can satisfy a dis
ci iminating public.
Their Par is supplied with the choicest
brands of liquors and wines.
Jan. 31, 18G7.
UNION HOUSE,
JBENSBUIIG, Ta.. JOHN A. BLAIR,
1j Propietor, spares no pains to render this
hotel worthy of a continuation of the liberal
patronage it has heretofore received. His
Uble will alwavs be furnislvi ivoi l
best the market affords; his bar with the
best cl liquors His stable is large, and will
be attended by an attentive and obliging
lKKstler- Jan 31, 1867.-tf.
"MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Ebenskckg.
7 L, IX TON A, CO., Frop'ri.
The Taelk is always supplied with the
choicest delicacies ; the Bab is supplied with
choice bquorf, and the Stable attended by
caretul hostlers. Transient visitors accom
modated and bo-.rders taken by the week
month or year, ou reasonable terms. feb21
Sim-LDS HOUSE,
LOFiETTO, CAMBRIA COUNTY Pi
THOMAS CALLEN, Proprietor. "
THIS house is now open for the accommo
dation of the public. Accommodations
as good as the country will afford, and
charge, moderate. Jau 81, 1867 -tf
MERCHANTS' HOTEL.
J. & W. C. M'KIBBIN, Proprietors.
fourth St., between Market and Arch
May 9. 18G7.-ly. PniLADELPITT
MEDICAL PREPARATION
TIOLAND'S
Magic Ililioiis iv,. .
Ibis ru-,,ttrti,J "
very of Rev. .1 - ,l - i
forrr.er'.y Pastor of i l'-
" ut'il?:on V
man dearly be!llVed
normnati, throughout U
land. He was, .b',.,.'
k! study ttedicin'iV' "
his Magic Pou , .,." '
the pulpit anr
own lite, and Ins Ihfiir l., .
times. It is the GREAT LlYn-
" ui.-l iJVCr;( s f
JUUS RE-MLin , w hich c..n;
i'fltlv."
10 the bhale all otl.er d
l r. , ,:j i;.n;
they receive the unanimous at'.,!'' ;
all who have tested them. 'J l e V ' :
ious Powderf are a POSIT I VP n-n ':
LIVER COMPLAINT in iu
tecl torm. and an immediate c.rr .
BILIOUS DER ANG EM ENTS f '
for Headache, Constipation, I'h,,
es. Sullcno Skin, Drowsiness. Bi't " ' "
pilation, llcanlurn, and a m.,?'
Cure and Preventative of Fever & i
(We advise all who are tioulLi "
fearful malady to always kc-p C p'"
on band ready for imu'diate u-tl
Here are a few in.j.ortant '?v ,
1st. They are the great spec ;' r
Affections. 2d. They are the o-' i"
remedies that will cure Llvir C''"
3d. They are the only known r.-. i',1
will cure Constipation, j.j, ;
are so thorough in their ormtv'n '
package will be id! that the riii.',r;,vv
using them will require tj tlhct'ac;'- -They
are a mild an.l pleasant ve
effectual cathartic know a. Ctl T '
the cheapest and best medic inr.'ts. " :
they can be sent by mail to anv Va.-:
globe for the price. GO cents. ' '
Circulars, containing c. rtificate' jr
tion, etc., t,t to any part .,f tl.ew -'u
of charge. E7S.,ld by ail Dru-.-.-.'
mail on application to '"ec ":
C. G. CLARK 4 CO.. Gea'M
n ice, i,u is. per jjox. Ntvr I
QOES DYSI'El'SIA CUP.
This great rcmedv f.r all DISF.J-;
THE STOMACH is" the disc.mvofs
ventor of Coe's valuable C.u;l E-.
while experimenting for his uvnLw;:. "
cured Cramp in the Stomach fr Lia it
had before yielded to nothing In: L'L. ; f.
The almost daily teotimoi y hz iv:
parts of the country CDCouna bay
there is no disease cai;'d by a d:.--:
stomach it will uot speedily mre. F
cians endure and use it. MiL::tr5:;-.
timony of its efficacy ; ami fr.. :n all 1
we receive tidings of eures perfvrrr-!.
Dyspepsia it is sure to rrre. H r'
i one dose will cure. Sick II ad-irt ;
cured in hundreds of cases. 7 a.;.j "...
j Dizziness it stops in thirty rr.;n:::(-.
''. ff the fc7.,ach it correv.fi at L U.t. I
i tj'the Food it stops'rnmev'uu-ly.
j a fter Eating one doe will retuvr?. C:.
! Mrbus rapidly yields to a few f
Breath will be changed with half a b r
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS
Its unprecedented success is owing:
fact that it cures by assisting Nafuri..
assert her sway in the tystrm. .
Nearly every dealer i.i the Unit-i
Sells it at ONE DOLLAit FtR B TTI.E.
C. G. CLARK d: CO., i:.;:.r:
March 14.-cowJy. New Ha . ,:., C .
MARBLE WORKS.
UICES GKEATLY KEL'TiT-"
AT THE
JOHNSTOWN MARBLE
The subscriber lias just received a
large and handsome invoice i 'L. & t
Italian and American Prr
MARBLE, !
comprising the largest ami fi::e!-tw
stock of the kind ever brought t 'L
Johnstown, at his establi.-h::.cr.t C
ou Franklin Street, where he : J-'-t;
with an adequate forc of esperitr-.t-;
skilful workmen, to execnt.' 'l :
MONUMENTS. Mantels. Toinbsto-.'
ble and Bureau Tops, &c, as cheap
can be purchased in any of the c'.;e- w
A large stock of Gui5rsT0"Ea t!
and for sale low.
A room has been opened in EVr:-
few doors west of Dr. S. S. ChrL-ty
Store, where articles of my inaia:'-2'-'' ( ;
kept constautly on hand, to which
tention of purchasers is invited- , f..-1
OCT" Prompt attention paid to cr-K
wi.--in,i. auu rv v'l a. uti"v,v
sired. JOHN
Loretto MarblTWo
THE U N DERS1 0 NED begs have:-;- .
the citizens of Cambiia ai-J f''j.
counties, that he has jutt received .
of the finest Italian andvtltcr
Establishment in Loretto CJi'brni co., ;;.
Monuments, Tonbs, Grace u(f: 'J'.
atid Bureau tops, manufacttired ef ue'
beautiful and finest quality ci F' r",
Domestic marble, always on harJ
to order as cheap as they can It rj".'.
in the city, in-a neat" and "ri"
manner, and on the shortest D"IK'e (,;
The jublic are respectfully isv:,";e ?
me a call before purchasing e'!?tW.,;t.'rf 1
am coufideut that my work and
satisfy any person desiring any i-'iV' '
line of business. . . (
Now is. the titae to get a chenpj- s
.TAMPS Wll.r..
WHOLESALE

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