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i ill ! 1 .i, 'l If ! - I'; i i ; 1 U If El V CU1TUARY, .' It i with feelings of deep regret we an- " yce tha death of Air. William Rod St, of this city. The respected de ceased dc-norUxi this life at his residence, No. 275 Htt Eleventh street, on the 5th instant und in tha sixty-seventh year of Lis ace. At halfpaet -nine o'clock on the morning wf the 7th inefc., t"he remains were conveyed to St. Joseph's Church, Sixth avenua, where a Solemn Mass of Hequiem was celebrated by the Ilev. Tuoajia Farrell, the Most Key. Archbish op, Very llev. Mr.- Starrs, V. G., and laany of tha Reverend Clergy being pre en. There was also u numerous t tend ance of the relatives and friends wf the family of the deceased. At the conclusion cf the Alas absolution was pronounced by the Archbishop, after which the remains were conveyed to the cemetary t Ford ham College, where they were deposited in the same vault in which repose the re xoains of his daughter. ' Sir. lioJrigue was a native of Philadel phia, and wn of French descent. At the close of lis collegiate education he visited France, and during hi3 three years stay devoted Li niif If to th s'.udy of art with the view of adopting it as his profession. On his return he entered the oSie of Mr. Strickland, tha well-known Philadelphia architect, and wub connected with the erection of the United States Dank. He was subsequently engaged in surreying ex peditions through the Htates of Pennsyl vania and Virginia, ad also in Can tda. Among his works while living in Phila delphia he furnished the plan and design of St. John's Church, of which the late illustrious Archbishop of New Yoik wa photor. In the year 1833 he removed to New York with bis family, and resumed the practice of his profession In this city. The Church cf St. Francis Xaier, in Sixteenth street, was built on his plane and specification:!, as was also the Cl'.ur. h ef the Iniraacuhlte Conception, ia Four teenth street. In both instances, how ever, the limited means atcomaaand com pelled a modification of the original design. We should state here that the very fine addition to the old St. Patrick' Cathedral, a work which was universally admired for its beauty of design and urchitectaral finish, was made by the deceased. Tbe last important work with which the late Mr. Rodrigee was connected was the iew St. Patrick's Cathedral. la this he was associated with llr. Renwick, but for several years past his failing health con lined him almobt entirely indoors, and he took no active part ia tire practical super intendence of its erection. Mr. RjJrigue was related to the late Archbishop1 of New York, having keen married to the sister of that distinguished prolate a lady who i beloved and re spected by all who possess the honor of her friendship or acquaintance. The de ceased gsntleciaa was earnestly devoted to bis profession, too much so to fall in wi.h lbs ptle of the present day a style in which the KuitMotlal and the artistic is too often sacrificed to less worthy conrid cratioQS. As a man, he was esteemed by all "who knew him fur his integrity of character, bid courteous demeanor, and the virtues of a true Christian gentleman. An affectionate and devoted husband and father, he has left behind him a memory that will nevur cease to be cheiiehed. May he rent in peace. JY. Y. Mtk-ipoli-. tan Record. Death We have never read anything More beautiful than the following froaa the pen of George D. Prentice : "There is but a breath cf air and a beat of tha heart betwixt this world and the next. And in the brief interval f painful anl awful suspense, while we feel that death ia present ni:h us, that we are powerlesd, and he all powerful, and the last faint pulsation here is but the prelude of endless life hereafter, we feel, in the rnidit of tho stunning calamity about to befall us, that the earth has do cernpen ating good to mitigate the severity of our loss. Hut there is no grief without some beneficent provision to soften its intense Bess. When the good and- the lovely die the memory of their good deeds, like the moonbeams on the stormy sea, lights up our darkened hearts and lends to the sur rounding gloom a beauty so sad, so sweet, that we would not if we could dispel the darksess that environs it. To Phcpa.es Laud. Cut tL tat iuto small pieces, and put in a pot miboct water or salt, to simmer orar a very slow fire ; stir it up frequently that it Kay not stick or burn. When it is quite clear aad transparent, put it into stone jars of from one to four gallons each ; if auy salt is to be added, mix it in while the lard ie cooling. The nest day take pieces of white muslin rather Larger than the top of the jar ; press a piece smoothly down on the iard, pack in a close layer of !t an luck thick to exclude the air, lay another pitce of cloth over it, cerer the jar tight, lying over all two thicknesses of paper. Butter or lard packed in this maauer will keep perfectly sweet through the year, ia a cool dry place. Ia England it ie cus tomary t j put a sprig of rosemary iato the lard while melting. Important to Exkcctghs, Adxixi. matosw, TacsTiM, ic. In a circular ftddrossed to United btates Assessors, tha Commissioner of Internal Revenue says : ''Pains should ba taken to acquaint execu tors, administrators, trustees, &&, of their ptrunal liability for Iegicy taxes, and that it is not only their legal duty but for their um private interest and protection to pay legacy taxes and succession taxes, under aection 188, upon each sum before it ia paid over to the legatee, distributee or tuccttsar. All persons should be informed that a succession tax is a first charge on tha interest of the successor, and of ail penoni clammy in his right in all the real ast&te io respect whereof such duly is as sessed, and that Buch estate is liable to seizure, and sale, erea io the bands of a fonaJicU purchaser." NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. VASSAR COLLCGE Tor Young: LncHe. The Trustee of thin Institu tion, desiring to extend the benefits of Mr. Vssar's munificent gift for the better educa tion of young women, wi?l admit, at ajjy time in the Oollegiate year, students pro pared to join College clashes, charging ex penses only from the date of tbtir reception. Terms low ; great facilities for education, such as Cabinet. Art Gallery, Library, Mu sical Conservatory, 4c. JW circulars con taining full information, address J.N. Sohott, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. . Harvest I tri er I Tbe Yield Is Great! Prosperity Abounds! Winter In C'oiuluff ! AKD WeW 18 THE TIMB TO TAKE MOORE'S RURAL NEW YORKER, Th CrM Twu tad Country Weekly. The RURAL is the Leading and Largest Circulating Newspaper of its Ciass on the Coutineot superior in Value and Variety of Contents and Beauty of Appearance. It embraces more Agricultural, Horticultural, Scientific, Educational, Mterary and News Matter, interspersed with Engravings, than any other Journal, for it comprises Depart ments including Agriculture, C'halce Lll.r.tnr, Ilorttca.ll ir, Blcnc and Art, atieeu Ilottaudr', Kdutatlon, brail ii jf, Dairy Yontb'i K catling-, Dometllc Keon'my,Cou merer, 51a.rk.'ta, Kur'l Archlltctnrt,Ctntr(l Icwi, With Illustrations . Tales, Essays, Music, Puttry, Rebuses, Enigmas, ire, Ifc. The I." lea i. Nlw-Yorker is a National Journal, circulating largely in the East and Wet, North and South. It Employs the Best Talext iu oil Departments. It corps of Editors, Contributors, &c, comprises many of the beat Farmers, Planters. Wool Growers, Graziors, Horticulturalists, Ac, ami also Authors. Scholars, &c, of note and ability. Iu brief.the Rural is Ally Edit ed, Profusely Illustrated, Neatly Printed Practical. Scientific, Useful Mural, Instruct ice and Entertaining. Wherever located in C'-untry, Village or CUv YOU WANT THE RURAL YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS WANT IT ! for it is adapted to the wants of all. Note that it i not a montltly, but a Large and Be?.uiful Weekly, and that Vol. XIX will be materially Enl(irge-d. Each No. contains Eight Double Quarto Pages, printe.l in extra style. Clear Type, Good Paper, and more and better Illustra tions than any other Journal of its Class. A Title Pae. Index. Ac, at close of Vol. TLRMS-Only $3 a year; to clubs of ten, $2.60 per copy. Vol. XIX begins Jan. 4, 1868. Note is the time to Subscribe and CM. Great Offers to Club Agents. Specimen, Shew-Bills, Premium Lists. &c.. 5XT rr.EE ; or tne IS numbers ot this yuar tr. (Oct. to Jan ) on trial, for Ohi.t iinr Cests. Address D. D. T. MOD RE, Rochester, N. T. rmiE PAPER FOR THE MILLION ! JB. T fUE AMERICAN FARMER, the Prac tical Furrasr's Own Paper, the Cheapest and the Best Agricultural and Horticultural Jour nal in America. Bkautiti'llt Illustra ted with Numerous Engravius of Farm Buildings, Animals, Fruits and Flowers. Now is the time to subscribe for 1858. I ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR! Aeent wanted everywhere. For Club 1'rice List of Valuable Prizf-s oien to all, Ac, address JOIINT TURNER, Publisher and Proprietor, lWhester. N. Y. WANTED. 100 Farmers to engage in a business that will pay from $100 to 4160 per month from now until Spring. Address JONES, BROS. & CO., Phila. EXCELSIOU DIALOGUES, con. sisticg of New and Original first-clafs drams, colloquies, etc., tot advanced Speak ers in Schools, Exhibition-rooms and private theatricals. Every line written expressly for this book by a corps of Professional Teachers and writers. Acknowledged to he the best work of the kind ever published. Cloth, nearly 400 duodecimo pages, price $1.76 mailed free. Address P. GARRETT CO., Publishers, 702 Chestnut St., Phila. WilH:U!--'200 FARMERS!.. To engage in a light aud honorable business for the winter months, in the vicin ity in which they reside, which will net them from $50 to $150 per month. For particu lars apply to or address PARMELKE BROS., 722 Sansom St., Philadelphia, Pa. AX YGOS. Three magnificently illustra ted Medical Books, containing important Physiological Information, for Men and Wo men, sent free on recaipt of 25 cents, by ad dressing the Secretary of the New York Med ical University, No. SO Clinton Place, N. Y. TASDtRO JWIIIiik aincblne, OF IMPROVED CONSTRUCTION, great power, large capacity, unrivaled con venience of adjustment. Also, pipe vises, with and without extra jaw, and vises of all sz"s, for heavy and light work. Sead to UNION VISE COMPANY, of Boston, Mats. fjT illustrated circular. For sale by dealers ia hardware and machinery. IItZST .MOUTG 4GE I?O.M3, ST. " LOUIS & IRON MOUNTAIN RAIL ROAD CO. Sevenper cent, interest Febru ary and August. These Bonds cover a Road of 91 miles, iu:hed from St. Louis to Pilot Knob, aud in first-class order, and an exten sion of about the same length from Pilot fvnob to Belmout, now rapidly constructing, fjr which the proceeds of these bonds are to be nsed, making a through route from St. Louie to New Orleans by rail. The earnings of the 91 miles are 4600,000 a year ; the net profits now are sufficient to pay the interest on the entire amount of bonds, were they all ittued. The basis of security is believed to be beyond that of any other bonds now offer ed. Apply at the office of the Company, No. 43 Wall-st., to H. O. MARQUAND. Viee Preeident, or to CLARK, DODGE CO., eor. Wall and Willia.m-sts., N. Y. City. CENTURY TOBACCO. Qinn We Uav not V vv discontinued, nor do we intend to ceaee packing 8100 Daily in papers of CxvTcar Tobacco, reports to the contrary notwitk staading. We are making the Century from tbe PACKED IX flllS BR AMD DAILY. Mondays, 1 $100 Note Tuesdays, 2 Fifties Wed'days, S Twenties Thursdays, 10 Tens; Fridays, 20 Fives Saturdays, 60 Twos P. k Q. LORILLAED, choicest Uaf; it i free from drugs, and is ia every respect the best FineCutTobacro man 16. 18 1c 20 Chamber ufactured. Sold by all St., NEW YORK. I respectable jobbers. P TO $25 PER DAY, SURE. Agents iJiJ wanted everywhere to sell our Patent Everlasting While Wire Clothes Lines. "Ev ery housewife should use it." N.Y.Tribune. "We have seen It used and it rives entire , kt v . . . , .1 NEW ADVER1SEMENTS. TnE RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLD. Extract of a Letter from Baron Soto mon Rothschild. Paew. 8th April. 1864, Bue Fauby, St. Honoie. Will you be kind enough to have tor wur tied to me here 200 bottles of your Indian Liniment ; if you will send at the same time the account, I will forward you the amount through Meters. Belmont & Co., New Yofk. Baron Solouien Rothschild having recom mended to rnsay of his frienda Major Lash's Lixiuest, and they being deirous to pro cure it, he should advu him to establish a depot ia Paris. THE IXXMA LIlilMEXT, As a relief, ever reedy ; as a killer of pain, taken inwardly, or outwardly applied, has no equal. For the relief and cure of Rheu matic ami Neuralgic Affection, Sprains, Bruises, , it is unequalled. It is also nMst efficacious, taken inwardly, in the cure s Cholera, Cramps and Pains in the Bim ach, Diarrhaa, Dysentery, Cholera Morln. Cholera Infantum, 4-c , and is without excep tion the most tconderful Panacea the wcild affords. No FAMILY should be without it. Every TRAVELER bv land or sea should have a bottle. MINERS and FARMERS residing at a distance from physicians should keep it constantly on hand, in case of Ac cidents and sudden attacks of Stomach Com plaints, its value cannot be estimated. In quire for Major LANE'S INDIAN LINI MENT, and take no other. PRICE 50 Cts. per bottle. For sale at wholesale and retail by Demas Barnes & Co., 21 Park Row, N. Y. ; Gale & Robinson, 18 Greenwich-rt., N. Y. ; F. C. Wells A Co., 192 Fulton-st.. N. Y. ; Chas. N. Crittenden, 88 6th Ave., N. Y., and by respectable Druggists through out the world. None genuine unless signed by John Thos. Lawk, and countersigned by J. T. LANE & CO., Proprietors, 163 Broad way, N. Y. $5-Send for circular. Madam Foys Corset Skirt Supporter! Combines in one garment a perfect fitting ConsKT. and the most desirable Skirt Supporter ever offered the public. It places the weight of the 6kirts upon the shoul ders instead of the hips; it improves the form without tiht lacing gives ease and elegance is approved and re commended by physician. Manufactured by D. B. SAUNDERS A CO., 98 Summer St.. Boston, and 22 Walker St., New York. Also, by HFNRY C. MOOKE, 429 Market st.. Phila., and STELLMANN. IIINRICHS & 00 . 21 Hanovar street. Baltimore, Md. WANTED AN AGENT One chaace in each towu, worthy the attention of an active business man, to take tbe agency for the sale of Bradstreefs Rubber Moulding and Weather Strips, applied to the sides, top, bottom and centre tf doors and windows. The sale is beyond anything ever offered be fore to an agent, and from 10 to $25 per day can be made. Send for agents' circular. The first who apply f ccure a bargai.i. Terms for Moulding, cash. J. R. BRADSTREET A CO.. Boston, Mass. WU CTIII Mir!? I Don't U humbugged by nfl ullLll LI 111! Importers or "patent" cast iroyi or machine "Stencil tools." Send for our New Catalogue of Improved Stencil Dies, 20 varieties, all of Steel, carefully fin ished and tempered. S. M. SPENCER & CO , Brattleboro, Vt. 10 DAT NADK BY ANT ON'K WITH my Patent Stencil Tools. I prepay samples free. Beware of infringers. My circulars will explain. Address A. J. FULLAM, Springaed, Vermont. RCIOLLTIOV IX TRADE. Ladies, you will be astonished at the value of sll kinds of Goods sent by the widl known snd justly celebrated firm of GRA HAM & CO., FOR ONLY ONE DOLLAR, such as Silk, Meriuo and Alpacca Dresses, ShawU, Balmorals, Lin-n Goods, Embossed .Table Covers, Watches, Jewelry, Silver Pla ted Ware, Sewing Machines, Ac. This is no humbug, but a reality. Send your clubs of ten and upwards, for checks describing the goods, with ten cents for each check, and the getter up of the club will receive a valuable present, worth from $3 to $800, according the number of names sent. Agents wanted in every town. Circulars sent free. Address Graham & Co., 64 A 66 Federal St., Boston IUCIT.ARS SEWT FREE, eon V- taining lists of Dry and Fancy Goods Watches, Plated Ware, Cutlery, &c, to be sold, ONE DOLLAR for each article. Great inducements to Agents. FLU MAI Ell A M0ULT0N, 16 Marshall St., Boston, Mass. WE ARE C03HSO, Aad will present to any person sending us a club in our Great One Price Sale ol Dry and Fancy Goods, &c, a Silk Dress Pattern, Piece of Sheeting, Watch, Ac . free of cost Catalogue of goods, and sample, sent to any address free. Address J. S. HAWES A CO-, 30 Hanover St., Boston, Mass. P. O. Box 6125. It is the Best Chance ever offered to Agents ! One or two days' time will secure a good Sewing Machine, Watch, Silk Dress, Revol ver, or some other article of equal value, fsex or cost ! Agents wanted everywhere. male and female, for the best One Dolla Pawnbroker's sale in the country. Send for Circular. S. C. THOMPSON A CO. 31 Exchange Street, Boston, Mass. A PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MAR RIAGE. The Cheapest Book ever Pub lished, containing nearly 300 pages and 130 fine plates and engravings of th8 Anatomy of the Human Organs in a state of Health and Disease, with a treatise on Early Errors and their Deplorable Consequences upon the Mini and Body, with the Author's Plan of 1 reatment the only rational and successful mode of Cure, as shown by the report of cases treatel. A truthful adviser to the married and those contemplating marriage who ea- tertaln doubts of their physical condition Sent free of postage to any address, on re ceipt of 25 cents in stamps or currency, by addressing Da. LA CROIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y. The author may be consulted upon anv of the diseases upon which his book treats, either personal!? or by mail. Medicines sent to any part of the world. CONSUMPTION CAN HE CURED THE TRUE REMEDY AT LAST DISCOV ERED. UPHAM'S FRESH MEAT CURE, prepared from the fotmula of Prof. Trousseau of Paris, cures Consumption, Lung Diseases, Bronchitis, Dyspepsia, Marasmus, General Debility, and all morbid conditions of the system dependent on deficiency of vital force. It is pleasant to taste, and a single bottle will convince tbe most skeptical of its virtne a luw Ecfc ucbiiuk i cuicuy ui tue a"r. 11 as tbe great healing remedy of the age. $1 DRUGS AND MEDICINES. WHOLESALE ii n.W.CJitSIIIIIMEItSCO., MAI STREflT. OPPOSITE SCOTT HOUSE, JOHNSTOWN, PA., Keep eonstantly for sale the largest and beet assortment of pure DRUGS & MEDICINES IX CAUBBIA CODKTT. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Alcohol, Turpentine, Pure Wines and Liquors, best brands, 4000 Lbs. White Lad, DYIS. DYESTMS. EALS3. PUTT, And in fact everything Kept in a first-class Drug Store, all of which tcill be SOLD AT CITY PRICES, MISHLER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS, by the dozen or by the gallon. OCR stock or Perfumeries aad Toilet Articles is acknowledged by all judges to be the largest in quan tity AND FINEST IN QUALITY OT ANT IS OUR TOWN. SOLK A OUSTS FOR SURF'S MOUNTAIN HERD BITTERS AND SHARP'S MAGIC OINTMENT I ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED AT LOWEST PRICES. Johnstown, Aug. 15, 1867.-ly. 13 ESTABLISHED 1856. TIIC OLDEST DRUG STORE IN CAMBRIA COUNTY. C. T. FRAZER Keeps constantly on hacd the LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST ASSO R TMENT OF GOODS PER TA IN ING TO THE DRUG BUSINESS In the County, which he offers AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL TO THE TRADE AND PUBLIC AT LOWEST RATES! Gzims. ns? XEf JES3-5SK ZDS SECL 9 Franklin Street, (OPPOSITE MARKET HOUSE,) JOHNSTOWN, PENN'A. MISCELLANEOUS. LADIES' FANCY FURS ! AT John Fareira's old established Fur Manufactory! HO. 718 Arch St., abore 7th, PHILAD'A. ' TT i- ii aye now in cstore. ssjof my own Import nation and Manufac- ture. one of t.hn lar- " , est and most beau- tifnlelections of FANCY FURS, for Ladies and Children's waar, now in the City. Also, a fine assortment of Gent s Fur Gloves and Collars I am enabled to dispose of my goods at very reasonable prices, and I would there fore solicit a call from my friends of Cambria county and Ticinity Remember the Name. Number and Street. JOHN FAREIRA. Ne, 11H ARCH St., abore 7th, south side, fUlLAIUSLFlilA. BT have no partner, nor connection vnth any other Store in Philad'a. foc.8.4m.J T. JAMES' HOTEL, (Conducted on the European Plan,) 405 A 407 Libbstt Street, opposite ths Union Depot, Pittsburgh, Pa: JAMES K. LANAHAN. Proprietor . This House is newly built and splendidly lurnisbed, and convenient to all the Rail roads coming into the city. Tbe Restaurant a1 it .1 TT . 1 . connecieu wun mis noiei open at all nours 01 tne day and night. foct.17.-ly. pLEM. HOLLIDAT, -"- WITH GRAFF, TT ATKIXS Jt CO,, Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES, 426 MARKET STREET. An. 22, 1867. PHILADELPHIA TtT IN PORTS & CO Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 1 IRON, NAILS, &c, Juniata Street, opposite United States Hotel, HOLLIDATSBURG. PA. A NY PERSON iutendinf k build -j. uonse or cam, ean buy Nails and aiaraware tMtp j paying eash at Fe. 28. SO. HUXTLETTC. mm BEYOND ' II MATE'S 3f Fill FEED S. GROCERIES MISCELLANEOUS. G BEAT Reduction in Prices I TO CASH BDTEhSt AT TUC EBGNSBCRG HOUSE-FURNISHING STORE. The undersigned respectfully informs the citizens of Ebensburg and the public gener ally that he ha made a great reduction in prices to CASH BUYERS. My stock will consist, in part, of Cooking, Parlor and Heat ing Stoves, of the most popular kinds ; Tin' ware of evry description, of my own man ufacture ; Hardware of all kind, such as Locks, Sciews, Butt Hinges, Table Hinges, Shutter Hinges, Bolt, Iron and Nails, Win dow Glass, Putty, Table Knives and Forks, Carving Knives and Furks, Meat Cutters. Apple Parers, Pen and Pocket Knives in great variety, Scissors. Shears, Razors and Strops. Axes, Hatchets, Hammers, Boring Machines, Augers. Chissels, Planes, Com passes, Squares, Files, Rasps, Anvils, Vises, Wrenches, Rip, Panel and Cross-Cut Saws, Chains of all kinds. Shovels, Spades, Scythes and Snaths, Rakes, Forks, Sleigh Bells, Shoe Lasts, Pegs. Wax Bristles, Clothes Wringers, Griud Stones, Patent Molasses Gatts and Measures. Lumber Sticks, Horse Nails, Hoje Shoes, Cast Steel. Rifles, Shot Guns, Revolvers. riatola. Cartridges, Pow der, Caps. Lead, Ac, Odd Stove Plates, Grates and Fire Bricks, Well and Cistern Pumps and Tubing ; Harness and Saddlery Ware of all kind ; Wooden and Willoio Ware in great variety ; Carbon Oil and Oil Lamps, Fish Oil, Lard Oil, Linseed Oil, Lubricating Oil, Rosin, Tar, Glassware, Paints, VarnUh es, Turpentine. Alcohol, &c. FAMILY GROCERIES, such as Tea, Coffee, Sugars, Molasses, Syr ups, Spices, Dried Peaches. Dried Apples, Fish, Hominy, Crackers, Rice and Pearl Barley; Soaps, Candles; TOBACCO and CIGARS; Paint. Whitewash, Scrub. Horse, Shoe, Dusting, Varnish, Stove. Clothes and Tooth Brushes, all kinds and sizes ; Bed Curds and Manilla Ropes, and many other articles at the lowest rates for CASH. QS-IIoiise Spouting made, painted and pxit up at low rates for eash. A liberal discount made to country dealers buying Tinware wholesale. GEO. HUNTLEY Ebensburg, Feb, 28. 1867.-tf. QUICK SALES, QUICK Sll. I S, QUICK SALLS, AND SMALL PROFITS. AND SMALL PROFITS, AND SMALL PROFITS, GURLKY'S NEW CHEAP STORE, GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE, GURLEY'S KW CHEAP STORE, EBENSBURG. TA. EBENSBURG, PA. EBENSBURG, PA. The Largest Stock of G(ods. 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 SEE. GO AND SEE. The subscriber calls the attention of the public to the fac?. that he has jut received and opened out in his New Store, a lar?e stock of goods, consisting of FLOUR, CORN MKA.L, CHOP FKf.D. Bran. Fish. Bacon and Cheese; Supar, Cof fee, Tea, Molastes. Spices, Tobacco, Cigars, Candles. Soap, Vinegar, &e Ac. NOTIONS. DRUGS, PERFUMERY, Stoneware and Earthenware. ALSO, a fine assortment of the best and latest style Of Hats. He always keeps constantly on hand B jlognaSaasagos, Sardines, Fresh and Spiced Oysters in can, or half cans, and al most everything in the eating or drinking line. All ef which will be sold at small profit. GBO. GURLET. Maik Stbbet, Ebenbbubo, Pa. January 81, 1867. PRIVATE SALE. The subscri ber offers at Private Sale two valuable tracts of TIMBER LAND, situate in Jack son township, Cambria county, and known as the "Lloyd Property." Also Four oth er valuable tracts of LAND, situate in Cam bria and Jackson townships, and known as the "Pensacola Property." Also TWO FARMS adjoining the borough of Ebensburg one containing about 100 acres; the other about 160 acres. The buildings are all in good repair, with never-failing springs of water near the houses. Persons wishing to purchase or sell Farms or Timber Lands, will do well by calling on me before buying or offering them for sale. F. A. SHOEMAKER, ap.ll.tf. Att'y at Law, Ebensbuig. T OOK OUT FOR BARGAINS! Being desirous of retiring from busi ness, I offer for sale tbe Ebensburg Foundry, with all its appurtenances, including all the real and personal property thereto belong ing, the engine, patterns, flasks, Ac. Also, all the stock, manufactured and unmanufac tured, consisting of Threshing Machines, Cooking Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Plows aad Castings of various kinds. As I am deter mined to sell, purchasers'may rely upon get ting any or all the above named articles cheaper than they can be had anywhere else in Pennsylvania. The public are invited to call and judge for themselves. July 4, 1867.-6m. E. GLASS. JOSEPH ZOLNER H AS just opened, aud offers for sale lower .1 .1 . . iuau inev can oe Douent elawhere. a snlendid lot f ft 9 A y eiehtdavand twentv-four hour t CLOCKS, fine WATCHRS ot&if . every description, ACCORDEONS, JEWEL RY, and a variety of all articles in his line. Repairing of Clocks, Watches, and all kinds of Jewelry, done on short notice and moat reasonable terms. All work warranted.. Call at his shop. High street, opposite Public School House, Ebensburg. f sep.&.,S7. J IURTA1H fllXTUKE! Has no superior 1 in the World ! ! It is tronounced H faultlrpahr all K nave used It. and it is predicted that it will supersede all other Curtain Fixtures now in use. For sale by GEO. HUNTLEY. TJENTISTRY. Dr. D. W. Zeig ler, having opened an office in rooms over R. R. Thomas' Store, offers his profes sional services to the citizens of Ebersbnrg and vicinity. Teeth extracted without pain by uk cf Nitrous Oxide er Laughing Gs. R' OBERT E. JOKES. Ebensbnrg, Cambria co.. Pa-, Dealer la Lumber. The highest pricoe in Cash, yaM for CHERRY, POPLAR JL8H and LINN LUMBER. , MISCELLANEOUS. !8G7. TItAOB- 1867. I am now prepared to offer SUPEROR INDUCEMENTS TO CASH PPBCSASEB8 OF TIN & SHEET-IRON WARE ! EITBZB AT WHOLESALE OB RETAIL. My etoek consists in part of every rrlety of Tin, Sheet-Iron. COIYER AND BRASS WARES, ENAMELLED AND PLAIN SAUCE-FANS. BOILERS, fee, COAL SHOVELS. MINE LAMPS, OIL CANS, HOUSEFURNISIimG HARD WARE OF EVERY KIND. Speai'e Antf-Onet HEATING and COOKING STOVES, EXCELSIOR COOKING STOVES, NOBLE, TRIUMPH and PARLOR COOK ING STOVES, And any Cooking Stove desired I will get when ordered at manufacturer's prices. Odd Stove Plates and Grates, Ac, for re pairs, on band for the Stoves I 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 WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. I would call particular attention to the Light House Burner, with Glass Cone, for giving more light than any other in use. Also, the Paragon Burner, for Crude Oil. SPEKCER'S SIFTER! It recommends itself. SUGAR KETTLESAND CAULDRONS of all sizes constantly on hand. Special attention given to Jobbing in Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron. at lowest possible rates. Wholesale Merchants' Lists now ready, and will be sent on application by mail or in person. Hoping to see all my old customers and miny new ones this Spring, I return my most sincere thanks for the very liberal pa trouage I have already received, and will endeavor to please all who mar call, wheth er tbey buy or not rllANCIS W. rlAY. Johnstown, March 7, 1867.-6m. HARTFORD LIVE STOCK lip GQMFASY- CASH CATITAL $500,000. We are now prepared te insure LIVE STOCK against both Death and Theft, in this live and reliable Company. Owners of Btock have now the epportunity, by insur ing with this Company , of obtaining securi ty and remuneration for the loss of their an imals iu case ot I' ath or tbeffc. OWNERS OF HORSES, Manufacturers, Farmers, Teamsters. Ex pressmen, Physicians, and in lact all who are to any extent dependant upon the servi ces of their horses in their daily vocations, should insure iu this Company, and thus derive a protection against the loss of thefr animals, which are in many cares the sole means of support to their owners. FARM STOCZ. Farmers and others owning cattle should avail themselves of this means of saving the value of their stock, and secure an equiva lent for tbe loss which would otherwise fall heavily upon them in being deprived of their Cattle, by insuring in this, the PIONEER COMPANY OF AMERICA! By insuring in this Company you ex change a certainty for an uncertainty. No man can tell whether his animals may not be stolen or die through some unforseen calamity. ft- Competent Agents wanted, to whom a liberal compensation will be paid. Apply to KERR A CO., General Agents. April 4, 1867-ly. Altoona. Pa. Col. WM. K. PIPER, Ebensburg, has been appointed local agent for the Hartford Live Stock Insurance Company. FOREIGN SHIPPSTG AMD EXCHANGE OFFICE. We are now selling Exchange (at New xora nates on England, Ireland, Wales. Germany, Austria, Bavaria, Baden, Hesssn, Hanover, Belgium. Scotland, Prussia, Wurtemberg, SaxoDT, Switzerland, Holland. Norwav and frinra And Tickets to and from any Port im England, Ireland, Scotland, Germany. France, California, New South Wales or Australia. KERR A CO. JOHN IIICKEY, Altoona Pa., Dealer In all kinds Household Furniture! LOUNGES, 1 TABLES. BEDSTEADS SOFAS. I BUREAUS. WHAT-NOTS CUSHIONED, CANE-BOTTOMED AND COMMON CHAIRS. Ac. NEW FURNITURE WARER00M, JTLIA STREET, NEAR HARRIET, ..Opposite the Protestant Episcopal Church, March 7, 1667-ly. EAST ALTOONA. T 31 P . DAVIS, WITH BOYD l STROUD, Importers and Dealers in QUEENSWARE, CHINA and GLASS, No. 82 North Fotteth St., Four doors below Merchants Hotel, PHILA J A 31 E S C O N N O K . Wholesale Grocer, DEALER IS FLOUR, BACON, FISH AND SALT, We.. SIS Liberty street, jJane 27. 1867. PITTSBURGH, PJ. FRANK W. HAY, TJHOL"ESALE and RETAIL Manufacturer, IfT of TIN. COPPER and SHEET-IKON WARE. Canal street, below Clinton, Johns town. Pa. A large atock constantly MISCELLANEOUS. PHOTOAPHic e. & ix, t. AjrriiosY PHOTOGRAPHIC MATEBiiTa WHOLEMLS ASD EKTATT 601 BROADWAY, NEW y0Rk In additioa toourmnin busing fni,. T0GRAPHIC MATERIALS IfX1 quarters for the following, rii : i Stereoscopoi and Stereoscopic VV of American ad Foreign Cities kad jl capes. Groups, Statuary, As: 6TERE0SCOT1C VIEWS OF THE From negatives Made in tbe variona r7 paigns, and forming a complete Phot"" graphic history of the great conu STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS ON GLASS Adapted for either the Magic Lantern wi. Stereoscope. Our Catalogne will be rtt any address on receipt of Stamp. PHO TO GRAPHIC A LBU2IS. We manufacture more largely than r other house, about 200 varieti, fruQ 2 cents to $50 each. Our ALBUMS nare-h reputation of being superior ia beauty aJ durability to any others. Card Photographs cf Generals. Slot,,.. Actors, tfc, Our Catalogue embraces over rivr 71 r, AND different subjects, inclndire ref-VxJ . tions of the most celebrated EngTavirii-" Paintings, Statues. &. Catalogues yct 'ca receipt of stamp. Photographers and others ordering py-, C. O. D-, will please remit 25 per cent. 'cf the amount with their crier. 0O- Tho prices and quality of ocr gv cannot fail to satisfy. apr55-ly.j CHAIR MANUFACTORY, JOI1AST9W.V. Pi. ALL KINDS OF CHAIRS such as common Windsor Cha;r, Fret Ra Chairs, lenna Chairs, Bu?t'e Cha:rs, ?o Backed Chairs, Sociable Chtiirj, Cane Stat (inf ROCKING CHAIRS, OF EVERY SIS SPRING SEAT CHAIRS Settees, Lounges, Ac. Ac. CABINET FURNITURE of every description anil of Lt-:t STYLES, WITH PRICES TO SUIT UL Tastes of all, Thankful for pat fsvon., he rei:t fully kolicits a liberal share of puLlic p:r age. Clinton Street, Johnstown C.:.v i Co. Pa. J Jn. 31.1- msm imm m m IX32IOX &. MIRRil. DRUGS. MEDICINES, FERFTXtt TAncy Soaf'S, Leon's and Hail's Hair ii'-! rativt-s, Pill. Ointments. riat. rs. . men', (all kinds, Divio' F.; n Kii.W. K wavs Ready Rilirf. Brown' '.. Jr:.i Gi-Jor. Citrate M2tieia. Fiavcrirc 1 tracts and Essence. Lemon .Svrup.S- t Svrnp, Spiced Syrup, Rhubarb, 1'U SriUES, An. CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. Blank B-xks. De-d. Notes am: iW Post and alt kind.- of Not? j-tr. Fnr ; Pens. Pencils. Arnold's Wri'in Yv.'A V and P.-d Ink. Pocket and lV.ss B zinrs. Newspapers. Novels. Hit'r'. F;: nelL'iors Prayer and Toy IV.oks, Pen's:.-' Pip. Ac. Medicine for the boJy an J f:J the mind. Call and see. Main Street, Ebessbck. July 25, 18C7. VOPcD FROM JOHNSTON JOIIX J. MURPHY & f 0., At their Stores in the Scott House. .Viii'nJ avi on. Clinton Street, Johnstovn, Have constantly on hand a large scd 1 selected stock of seasonabm Dry Goods. Boots. Shoes, Grocer;- "V Their stock consists of almos-t every usually kept in a retail atore, all ef have been selected with care and are 1--at prices which cannot fail torreTe;:; tory. Call aad examine for yonrselrfs. Feb. 23, 1867.-tf. HAETET CH1LDS. . . . I.OETE Ci!- H CHILD S & CO Whalf.al. Ilea lr ' EOQTS. SHOES. MB Si Ifl 183 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH. Ti Agents for the sale of "Hope Mi'.I" &: Yarn, Baprs, Batting and Carpet Cba:n. Feb. 28, lS67.-tf. johk at Tf51- GAY Jb WELSH Bmeeess . te Gay J"1" WHOLESALE Grocers and Commission Merct. FLOUR, TRODUCE. FISH, SALx,1 ' BON OILS, c, Ac-. r T . 1 r 1 f nnD0s;tel' JOHK A- T:'7 V. CaESAWEIX, B. T. SLACK. WM. D. M. McDOALD. M. CRESSYELL & CO Importers and Jberscf AICY STAPH ill No. 611 Mrk( 9,r"tpjf.l June 20. 1867-Iv. PMLd"-" WHOLESALE v GROCER W ' J A 31 E S TT T) A J Dealer I- H fc . . m'SE POPLAR, CHERRY & ASH Yard Nos. 8U and S16 A - . . at PHILADELfBi,- ,c.t fv.-Rr..?T ttnded tow. WI.MTT1. 1 1 11 r - t' fmvl5 u.uu. "Win. J. Williams.