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JUL
FOR TH E FARMER.
Grcomiusr Horses.
The modern rules for feeding and
grooming horses, in the Russian cavalry,
are: Ilise at lour ; groom one hour with
carry-comb, brush and rubbing cloth.
Give lour quarts of water ; then give live
jHjunds of hay; then, at six, give two
quarts of oats; at seven, water; at twelve
give one gallon of water, two quarts of
oati, and five lbs. of hay; at six 1 M.,
give water, and live pounds of hay, groom
one hour, then give two quarts of oats,
and wash the les hi cold water, and rub
till dry. Then unite the halter, untwist
it, and tie to a certain length, in a hard
clip knot, with two half hitches
A failure to perform all this, in the
most faithful manner, subject'? the gromu
to severe punishment The horses are on
parade from eight to ten A. M., and from
two to four, P. M. This treatment
and exercise, with six quarts of oats, and
fifteen pounds of hay per diem, is suffi
cient to keep a horse, in the best condition
the year round ; while many of our farm
ers feed more than double that quantity
of oats, and the same amount of hav in
seven months. Xow, the difference is" un
doubtedly our want of system. Precise
regularity in the tiiue aud'quantity of feed
has much to do with the appetite, and
and power of digestion. The stomach of
the horse will contract or expand with the
quautity it receives. If it has not power
to digest all the surplus, it rau.-t be dis
gorged, cither by way of the piloric or
cardiac. In horses, this surplus keeps up
an expansion of the bowels, and much ol
the excrement is undigested nutrition.
A hungry horse eats ravenously, swallow
ing much without sufficient mastication.
Here is another loss. The size of the bow
els should correspond with the size of the
stoma-:h. The disposkion and power of
the bowels to reject or retain their charge,
should correspond with the power of di
gestion and ejection of the stomach. The
horse, with proper exercise, will discharge
each meal at three different times, while
some other animals discharge three meals
at one time. This rule vanes in animals
of the same class, and explains the reason
why some large men and horses are small
eaters, and small ones are large eaters.
This may be controlled, to some extent, by
taking or giving precise quantities of food,
at regular intervals, and regulatiug the ex
ercise. The warm blo.nled animal has inactive
discharging surface, or skin, while the
cool-blooded possesses no discharging
pores ; hence the necessity and utility of
crooming; the higher and warmer the
olood, the move liable to fever, congestion
and stagnation; and much depends on
the condition of the surface, to keep
up an active circulation, as will as to ma
ture and pass off the exhausted animal
material Dandruff is exhausted animal
matter, which accumulates on the un
healthy surlace, which is p:tssed off in a
solid, in place of a fluid condition. Ohio
Farmer.
-igricuitua-al flints.
A contemporary suggests that old b nes
should be placed in the heap of stable
manure, anil te heating, sweat i g pro
cess will soften them, so that they can
easily be broken up, and all the animal
matter and gases retained. By plr.cinr
them in the Fall where the manure bean
is to be mile, and keeping th.-m cverea
by the aecimraluting h'jaj.'disriiu' Whiter,
they will add ma-!i to the value of the
manure.
M. do Morogues anrvvinees tint tan -ev
dried is eceliet:t hheep b.od. and that,
when fresh, it makes capital litter fur do
mestic animals. Its peculiar balsamic
ol r mat eff. dually drives awav Hies.
A lap-dog sleeping on a bed of fresh tansy
is immediately free 1 from these vermin.
It shjul i be reuewed wheu the leaves are
quite dry.
Th-j Michigan Farmer well ob.-crves:
"A plow-horse sh-mM above ail thin -s be
a icood walker. The walking gt is not
cultivated enough in training horses.
O.dy consider what a team taut c mid
walk four miles :n hour, for ten hours por
day could do towards hurrviag forward
bpruig Wvik.
Draw the brush pru;ied from your
orchard off from the grass land rnd'p.le
it. Do not get the reputation of be::!
"shiftless" by this uegk-t-t. Nothing
loo3 worse, even in a "ho pasture "
than scattering brash. '
v Iare ir )a kele, such as is used for
boning potash, furnishes a convenient and
listing watenng-trough t.r sNiek, and is
cheaper in the end than anv wh-ch can be
made of wood, however strongly construc
ted. "
TFIiat a SIore Cau Luiiurc.
Some curious experiments have been
made at the veterinary school at lfurt
(just outside of Pari-?") by order of the
Minister of War, to ascertain the endur--::oe
of horses, as in a beseiged town for
example. It appears a horse will live on
water alone for tivc-and-twenty dnvs ; sev
or.Nvn days wltlicut cat in c: or drinking
only five days if fed but uiratcre2 ; ten
clas if fed and icfjieieritlv watered.
A horse kept without water l.'r three days,
drank 104 lbs. of water in three minutes!
It was found, too. that a horse taken im
mediately after "feed," and kept in the
active exercise of the -squadron ? hool,"
completely digestod its -il-ed" in three
hours; in the same timo in the conscri-.-.t's
school its food was two thirds di-esfr d;
and if kept perfectly quiet in the st ie
its digestion was scarcely commenced in
three hoars.
CQ. Study your own. interest.
WITAND WISDOM.
Jte3" A man should learn to sail with all
winds.
CSL. Much smoking kills live men and
cures dead swine.
StaT What kind of bar is it that opens
and never shuts ? Crow-bar.
Cr-ii, What tune can make every one
glad i Wix-tune.
-3?" ''I'm off when you talk of work
ing," ;ls the cork said to tiie "inger-pop.
tr-JT" Vv hat Roman general do the ladies
ask lor in leap-year? Marius (marry us.)
rcj- A girl discribtsa snake as '-a thing
that's a tail all the way up to the head."
The young man who was forbidden
the house by his sweetheart's papa, feels
very much jut out.
E?H, A husband can readily foot the
bilis of a wife, who is not ashamed to be
seen footing his stockings.
JV. Why is the Great Eastern like an
Irish girl '. Because one is the Maid of
Erin, the other is made of iron.
It is with life as it is with coffee
he who would drink it pure must not drain
it to the dregs.
E?A. " by is a fool's speech like a poor
man's pocket? Because it wants sense
(cents.)
Time is the only commodity or
gift of which every man that lives has an
equal share.
E.3a- Matrimonial history is a narrative
of many iconl, but the story of love may
be told in a few hilars.
BSV, What is the difference between
London and a man looking over a fence ?
Because one is over the seas and the other
sees over.
2? A boy wis asked what meekness
was ? He thought a moment, and said :
"Meeknos gives smooth answers to rough
questions."
t3- What is the difference between a
blind man and a sailor in prison ? Be
cause one can't see to go and the other
can't go to sea.
BSf There's a great difference between
honor and honesty; the former, it is said,
exists among thieves, the latter certainly
doesn't.
-This is what they call a fellow
feeling for a man," said" a loafer, as a
watchman was groping for him in the
da rk.
rJU An exchange paper begins a forci
ble appeal to its delinquents with this
touching sentence. "We must dun or be
t.7- ''Excuse me, madam, but I would
like to ask why you look at me so very
savagely? "Oh, beg pardon sir I took
you for my husband
JkSf A bachelor friend of ours has left
a boarding-house, in which were a num
ber of old maids, on account of .'-the mis
erable "uV set before him at the table."
t-" Girls are too often taught iu their
ear.y irawiiiitr and education that to fi t
married rather than to Lr married is the
ch:ef object of their early years.
-,3" According to the Milwaukee A" irs,
they have a new military company in
Chicago. They drill six times a week,
and have now got so that they can form a
straight line by leaning against a fence.
"'What object do you see?" a.-ked
the doctor. The young man hesitated for
a few moments, rnd then replied : 'It ap
pears like a jcka.-s, doctor, but I rai.Lc.7
think it is your sJuidoic."
A Yankee who had seen Power's
('reek Si ive, and who was asked if he was
not in raptures with it, replied : "Well,
to tell the truth. I don't care much about
them stone gals."
EO- Two men, strangers to each other,
got into a dispute, when one of them ex
claimed, threateningly : "1 will let vou
know, sir, that I am Mr. Hodge 1" "Oh,
well, I am equal to several of you," said
the other; "lam Mr. Hodges."
S-r5 "I say, Mr. Pilot, ain't you going
to .start soon?" said a cockney on a oteanii
cr 2ying-to during a fog. '"As soon as the
fog clears up," replied the captain.
"Well, it's starlight over head," said the
cockney. "Oh '. yes, but we're not going
that way," said the captain.
At Os.kaloosa.Lr.ra. n r.inTirn.
man, whose husband came hmo drunk
ine other day. took down an nv.r ! o.
chastised him most gloriously until he
promised not to do so again. He laid the
blame upon a friend who asked him to
drink. She then flogged him again for
not having firmness to" refuse.
Boys, if you don't want to fall in
love, keep away from muslin. You can
no more play with those girls without los
ing your hearts, than you can rday with
ruujua runout lOi
j ui jlik: v. -
ine heart-strings of a w.-irr.-.
!I!'jr Vntlf t sr.
tendrils ot a vine, are always reachin- out
lor something to cling to. The conse
quence is, that before you are rro-ng you
are 'gone," like a lot at an auction.
A funny lawsuit a-ainst a doctor
for pulling '-the wrong tooth" from a fe
male patient, occurred at Ea-t Corinth,
Ma.s., recently. The judge considered
the accident very aggravating, particular
ly the plaintiff was somewhat "short
en" for teeth, but Paw no evidence that
the doctor was at fault, and give him a
verdict. The case oceasioned'eonsidcra
Ide "jaw," and was a toothsome morsel to
the spectators.
READ THIS, AND STUDY YOUR
OHVX I.XTURESTS!
JUST RECEIVED, NEW STOCK OF
WATCHES, JEWELRY,
Clocks and Xolloiis,
-1 the tign of the Biff Watch, Jlain tt. Johstorcn
The undersigned desires to call the atten
tion of the people of Johnstown and surround
ing country to the fact that he lias been ap
pointed an Ajrent of a large importing houe
of WATCHES, CLOCKS, &c, and also of a
lurjre manufacturing establishment of JEW
ELliY, whereby he is enabled to offer such
induceme nts to piirc'in.-crs of these articles as
were never before offered in this place, or any
where this side of the Allogenics.
He would also call attention to his large
assortment of
WATCHES AM) JEWEL11Y
iust received .ill of the latest styles and
mot beautiful workmanship. Having select
ed his stock with great care, he is confident
he can suit every taste as to style as well as
all pockets by the great reduction in prices.
are particularly invited to an inspection of his
present stock and prices. EAR IWOPS hith
erto sold at $1,50 will now be sold at 75 cts.,
und warranted to t! jrid the text nf wear. Breast
Tins, Kings, ,tc, at a reduction.
i: x t ij e -ii i: x r
I would call your attention to my beautiful
assortment of
GOLD AXD SILVER WATCHES
at the following very low prices:
Hunting Verge Watch, rarnnited:::::::::::S6,25
Hunting Silver Cylinders, hitherto sold in
this town at SJO. and then reduced to
$14, I will now sell at frobi::::SH to $11,30
Hauling Levers from::::::::::::::::::$12 to $10.00
Open Faced Cylinders, heretofore
sol 1 at $10." I will sell at from::::$7 to $3.00
Open Faced Iotached Levers:::::$ 1 0 to $12.00
All tratclfx sold trill be warranted to go for
larrlre months, or exchange for another nf c-juul
value.
Everybody is invited to call and examine
the stock, as style it is unrivalled in this com
munity, while the prices at which it is offered
are unprecedeatediv low. Goods sold for
CASH only.
RgVPartlcuIar attention paid to reparirg
Clocks, Watches, Jewlery, &c, of all kinds,
for which the Cambria Iron Company's imy
will he taken at par. All work warranted.
TOWN' AND COl'N'TKV STOREKEEPERS
supplied with Watches, Jewclrv. &c, at less
than city prices. JOS. G. HOLMES. Agent.
Sept. 8. 1359.-1 v.
sPECi.i j.. a x o v x ca: 31 e x t
FROM THE
QUAKER CITY PCIiLISlIISG HOUSE:
IOO.OOO C'alalogucs,
NEW, ENLARGED AND REVISED NOV."
READY FOR IHSTRH5UTIOX.
fiujterior Inducement to the Public!
K new and sure plan for obtnining GOLD
Jr and SILVER WATCHES, and other val
uine Prizes. Full particulars given in Cata
logues, which will be beat free to all upon ap
plication Valuable G fts, worth from 50 cts. to $100,
GUARANTEED to each purchaser. $le0,000
in Gifts have been distributed to my patrons
within the past six months $!."0.o0o to be
distributed during liie next six mouths
'fae inducements offered Agents are more
liberal than those of any other house in the
business
Having been in the Publishing and Book
selling businc?." for the last tight years, my
experiencp enable? me to conduct the Gift
Ent-rpri7.e with thegreatest satisfaction .o all.
AGENTS WANTED in cvery
Town and County.
For fall particulars a.Mress
DU.VNE RULISON",
Quaker Citr Publi-hing Hou-e.
33 South Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sept. 22, lts5t.-!iii.
Lt'OVOMV B.V FILL.
GAS RURNING COOKIXG STOVE.
"I EORGE HUNTLEY, Dealer in all
VJT kisds of rooivlNG. HEATING asi
PARLOR STOVES, would respectfully call
the aUention of the public to one of the great
est hnpmvemeuts ever made in Cooking
stoves the burning of the fjas and moke
arising from the eo.il by which means is sa
ved fifty ricu ctXT. of Fuel. The improve
ments claimed are
1st a great saving of Fuel.
2d a much quicker and hotter oven from
the same fire.
2d The preservation of the top plates, as
they are all made double.
4th Cleanliness, as there is not one half
the soot and dirt found in otlier stoves.
THEY ARE T II E STOVE .
He has also on ban Is a large assortment of
HARDWARE, TALLE and l'OCKET CUT-
lery,i:dge tools,iiaryesti:g tools,
etc., ct.-..
Also he still manufactures and keeps on
hand a large assortment of Tin. Copper and
Sheet Iron. All of w hich he w ill sell at ex
tremely low prices in exchange for Cash or
Country produce. GEO. HUNTLEY.
Augu?t 25, I$.VJ:tf
TT
AVING- Tiurchased the cntirp stn-L
and fixtures Of the Kbenslmrir F.mn.lri-
the subscriber is prepared to furnish farmers
and others with
' l o u a ii s r l o u g ii poixts,
S TO V E S, M ILL IK O X S,
TIIEESIIIXG JIA CIIIXES,
and castings of any kind that ui3y be needed
in the community.
By strict attention to the business cf the
concern, he hopes to merit, and trusts he will
receive, a liberal patronage from those in
want cf articles in his line.
All bu siness done at the Foundry.
EDWARD GLASS.
September I, 1850-tf.
WTRO.MZi; YOl ll OIV.V !
Tha Protection Mutual Eire Insurance Co.,
OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.
LOCATED AT E J! E X S IS V It O, P A.
flHE above named Company, organized
J April 6th, 1357, will effect insurances on
property at safe rr.tes. Being particularly
careful m the risk taken, this Company pre
sents a reliable and cheap medium, th'rough
which persons may secure themselves ainst
probable losses by fire.
OfTlce on Cent're Street, nearly opposite
Thompson's -Mountain House"
k r m c -D- 1L R0RERTS, Pres.
A. C. Mcllix. Sec'v. i Treas
JOSEPH H. CAMPBELL, Agent.
Aug. 25, liS53.-Iy. ' fe
TOI' SALE One good new lid,t d
on
ae sett ot v. AGON HARNESS by
Ar. 25. Isj.V.f g. HUNTLEY
sali:ry! sai)lkky! iZ
Tlhe subscriber respectfully iuforrus the
JL citizens of Ebensburg and sur-- f
rounding country that he has opcned",r
a Saddler's shop, in the basement of
his dwelling house, on Horner street, where
he is prepared to furnish to order, and on the
most reasonable terms, every description of
SADDLES,
BRIDLES,
HARNESS,
Sec, &c.
Having many years' experience in the busi
ness, employing none but the best workmen,
men, and using the best material upon all his
work, he hopes to merit and receive a liberal
share of the public patronage.
Country produce at all times taken in ex
change for work, and the highest market pri
ces allowed. JAMES MAGU1RE.
Ebensburg, August 25. Io0:tf
T. ELA1R MOOHK. J. ALEX. MOORE.
I espectfully inform the citizens of Eb-
ensburg, and Cambria county generally,
that they have now on hand, and are con
stantly, in receipt of
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE.
QUEENS W ARE.
HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS, SHOES.
BOXXETS,
ETC., ETC.,
&c, ic, kc
All of which they are prepared to sill r.t
prices which defy competition. Purchasers
are earnestly requested to call and examine
our stock, as we are always prepared to give
satisfaction in goods and prices.
August 25, lS59:tf
II. II.TlilOR,
Respectfully informs his old friends and
the public generally that be is still to be
found at Lis store room, on High street, ad
joining Crawford's Hotel, where he is prepa
red at all times to furnish consumers with
GIIOCEUIES and CONFECTIONS,
OLD KYE WHISKEYS,
WINES, GINS,
EUAN DIES,
cvC, &C.
Feeling thankful to the citizens of Ebens
burg and vicinity for their former patronage,
he solicits a continuance of the same, togeth
er with as much more as raay be bestowed
upon him.
Ebensburg. August 23. 18j0:tf.
D
11 Y GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES,
AND CLOTHING,
AT nEIiCCSD PRICES !
ROBERT FLINX, M'.hnore, Cambria eountt.
is closing out his entire stock of Goods at re
duced prices. All the Goods are new. and of
the latest and most fashionable styles the
greater part of which have been bought at the
late Spring sales, for cash, and wiil be closed
out cheap. Any person in want of any article
in this line wiil please call, as I am determin
ed to sell the entire stock off to make room
for Fall Goods. au.25.18C;:tf.
Q !. KEEN & KO.t
Wilmoke. Cambhia CO., Pa.
Respectfully calls the attention of the pub
lic, to their large and vaiied a-se-rtmeut of
DRY GOODS,
HARDWARE,
HATS.
BONNETS,
SHOES.
MEDICINES,
GROCERIES.
QUEENS WARE.
CAP'S,
BOOTS,
Ac, kc. kc
They are prepared to sell at lower rates than
any establishmentiu the county. Their goods
being selected with a view to the wants of the
country, cannot fail to lecommen 1 them to
the public. aug.25.1S5C'tf
33dw. IE
rriAKES this method of informing his old
JL menus, that tie is still engaged in the
Mercantile Business, r.t Ebensburg. and is at
all times prepared to sell to purchasers,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
Every variety and diseription of stajde
aim
FANCY DRY GOODS.
HARDWARE
O.UEENSWAEE.
GROCERIES.
TOBACCO
CIGARS.
Ac. ic.
And in fact every thing usually found in a
general Store. An examination of his stock
and prices is all he desires at any time to ef
fect sales.
jy"7 Approved Country produce in ex-(-W
change for GOt IDS at all times.
Ebensburg, Aug. 25, lt50.-tf.
JOII' U t OLCAX,
WILMORE, Cambria coisty, Pa.
D -aler in all kinds of DRY' GOODS
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
QUE ENS WARE.
BOOTS, SHOES.
H ATS, CAPS, ic.
Country Produce taken in excharge for
GoJs- aug.25. S50:tf
Acw Tailoring list al5iIut! tut.
pi undersijriu 1 respectfully informs
L the citizens of Ebensburg and vicinitv
that he has opened a Tailoring establishment
next door to Dr. Bunn's Drug Store, where he
is prepared to manufacture garments of the
latest style and most complete workmanship
He hones by strict attention to business to
merit and receive a share of patronage
THOMAS DEVISE.
Ebensburg, Sept. 1, 1959:lv.
ROWLIVG SALOOY.
gOMETIIING new in EBENSBURG.
The undersigned having opened a Bowline
Saloon, connected with his Restaurant, in the
basement of Myers' new Hall, respectfully re
quests all who wish good exercise to give him
a call. r, ALE and LAG Ell BEER, of th
most approved manufacture, constantly on
THOMAS M'BRIEX.
Ebensburg, August 25, 1859:tf
JO IE WOKIk J'tts .
I I avinp, in connection with the AV.--AV..JL
ohufrian. a Ihm-p nn.l i .
Job-Type, we are prepared to execute with I
neatness and dispatch, every rarieir of Job j
Uork. including Hand Bills, Car-ia De. d I
and Blanks of every description, on hon
notice and on the most reasonable term !
Person dirin- anything in this Hue. will do t
wc! to call. i
KICIIAUD M.JONES,
WITH
CHAS. B. WILLIAMS. JAMES D. ARXEST.
& AKVEST.
Wholesale Dealers in
DRY GOODS,
NO. 415 MARKET STREET,
PHIL A I) EL PHI A.
JEsg-Great inducements offered to CASH
and short time buyers.""viX
Aug. 25, -ly.
RTJosEDmjasi
T UST OPENED AND FOR SALE
E - t - t-- w ii .. . . U- .-f'k
il assortment of 4
iS"''c.s-, Oih, Points, Eyf-Slitf,,
Ilrantlios. IVIncK. Cins. SM.iit!,
Pocket Cutlery, Razors, Brushes. Combs, Sta
tionery, Blank Books. Perfumery, Sops,
Tobacco, Segars, Snuffs, and other articles
usualiv kept in Drug Stores.
It. S. BUNX. M. D.
Ebensburg, Aug. 25, I85.').-ly.
B. P. THOMPSON, with
I. J. 1MTTOX ii- Co.,
7 holofale Dealers in and Mar.ufactu
? ? turers of
II A TS , CA PS, r U X s ,
Hatters' Materia!'. Straw (Joods, Artificial
Flowers, Buffalo Robes, ii'.. &c.
No. 32S Market street, PHILADELPHIA.
Ctixft jhii.l f',r Yi,jI Hud S:tij'iuj Eur..
raicK I. PATTOV.
August 2.", 1850-tf
A. oel't.NIILlilfcK.
C. C. STEWART, with
IIA.YDY. & IIKEWE!!,
Clorninission Merchants and Jiealcrs in
Foreign ami Domestic
II A II I J V, 'A R E A XI) C I TL ER Y.
Nos. 25 and 27 North Fifth street, east
side, above ', :, mere-, PHILADELPHIA.
tD'.VAKO . HANPY, J.'.O. O . bKl..Vt!l
C. F. ILEXNLi'..
August 25, lS5;:tf
ERNEST D. RHEY, with
c 8i t n 2. j:s yy !:sto x.
Wholesale Deaierin French and Aiut r-
rican Wlbl.OW W AHK (tllfl nT'N
Mutts, Ropes, Tie Yarn. Looking Gl.'.sses,
Brushes. Also, all kinds of Woodkx
and Cxoak Wake.
No. 35 North Third St., PHILADELPHIA.
August 25. Iti59:tf
JAMES DOUGHERTY, with
J. S. SORTER,
"E"Y7"n'ef:l3t' Scaler in
TOBACCO. SNUFF AND CIGARS,
No. X. Fifth street, above Market.
Philadelphia.
Also. Manufactcrr-r and Importer of Foreign
and Dome-tic CIGARS. sep.l.I 5;:'tf.
ISAAC v isii:.
WILMoRE. Cavblia corxTY. Pa.
akr in all kinds of l'KOVlSiONS.
GROCERIES.
C O X F ECTTO N A P. I E s .
TOBACCO.
CIGARS, kc, kc
Angu-t 25. 1 .?:.f..tf.
WM. iiiV.OLD3. J. M. snu.so.. J a.
J. LOWEV SMITH.
JoIIN HILL, yutk
nnvsoins, miztki ft c o.,
G
ROCERY i COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
O. 40 X. Howard strr r t
ct. 20. 1 Paltimoke.
G. V,. TOPIb ivith
COXRAD & WALTOV.
t2! Maukkt St.. Phila.
1
in porters and Dealers in
i-oiitiGN & domestic i? vn.v.- . it
August 25. le'O.tf
D A 1 Lit O AD IIOESE. Wilraore. Cm
JLV bria county. Pa. (Nearptnn:. Railroad
Mation. ) Jas. D. Hamilton. I:-,,,., - t.,r.
An extensive Bow ling saloon "is connoetH
with the House. The Tai:i.e will be fur
nished with the be?t the market affords, md
:: y'l'i'ed with the best oi lienors, in
cluding Alt-s and Lager from approved brew
eries. Extensive and convenient Stabling -s
attached to the preu.iscs.
Wil.iiore. August 25, lS5r:tf.
pAMBlllA HOUSE, Main Stuelt.
J Johnstown. Jusrpli Sliociiiake:-,
Landlord. This establishment has rcccntlv
been thoroughly renovated, and is now well
titted up for the comfortable accomu.o.latioa
of boarders or transient patrons. Tl;e T 'b'e
will be supplied with the best the market af
fords, while at the Bar will alwr.vs be found
as good L'.piors as can be obtained anywhere
The new Landlord, in again opening the
"Cambn-i Ilcufe ' to the public, promise to
spare no pains to make it a tirst rate hotel
JS5TBoard, Three Dollars per week, or One
Dollar per day.-Tgj
A Hack will be in waiting at the railroad
stat.on on the arrival of the trains to convey
passengers, free of charge, to the house.
H0RL.s AND BUGGIES AT LIVERY.
Johnstown, Aug. 25, l65cJ.-ly.
A ECADE HOTEL, El.ensVurr, Pa.
XX The subscriber, having leased, re-fitted
and newly furnished the -Ebensbur.' Houe '
is prepared to accommodate his friends and
the public generally. The House has always
been a favorite for visitors during the Summer
season, and I will spare no pains in makin- it
an agreeable home for all sojourners My ft
fhf TV!? J'6 lus"-iously supplied "from
the markets of the country and the cities. My
Ba will b. filled with liquors of choice
i.rands. My Stablk is attended bv careful
hostlers, and my charges will be 8uh as to
suit all. Expecting to receive a share of pat
ronage, and fully intending to deserve it I
hereby throw open my house to the public'
HENRY FOSTER.
August 25, l?'f:tf.
c aiiim:t wakcrooii.
1 E V A X S re-
I - sncctfuHv in
forms the citizens of
Ebensburg. and Cam
bria county general-'
Ir. that he has tti
hand and f.r saie, at
his ,ire-roo::i. one
Fqunre west of Blair's
Hotel, a large and
splendid assortment e.f FURNITURE which
he wiU sell rery cheap. COFFINS niade' to
Lie pri'-ei m'St &Ud at
Ebeubur. tbt. is:d'.-tf
PROFESSIONAL C A R D S .
ABUAIIAM KOrELDAoI:
at Law, Johnstown, Pa. Ofiire on y '.
street. - f ang-25.
C
D. MEEEAY, Attorney a7I7
Ebensburg, I'a. Oaice onnosite c' '
lora 3 Jioiti. LaU2.25.lt;-. ..
OIIN 8. 11 HEY, ATTouNtvTTLT;
Ebensburg, Pa. Oiiice in Colonmie
August 25, 185:t:tf. ' 1
. ,. Tt ..I r ... '
M
ICIIAEE HASSOX, Ai-oimT
Law. Ebcriiburg, Pa.
August 25, lattUf.
fmA 11 EES W YVIXf I A 11 D, AttoTT;
r.t Law, Lock Haven, Ciinton count-,- ;
August 25, lh.".l:tf. ' c
fi L. 1 'EES IIING. Attor n kt i.T-
Johnstown, Cninbria county. Pa.
August 25, ls5t.-tf.
'"aMks C. Noon, Attorney at Law. T
?J ni.-i nrg. Pa. C fiict No. 3 CoIcuad- 1 t
August -5, lf5r'.-tf.
TJllNSTON 5c .MTLL1N, Vut.j
lors and Attorneys fit Law. OHict y
site tlie Court House, Ebensburg, Pa. " ;
August 25, lfc.V.i.-tf. " ;
T)IIILS. NOON, Attorxkt at
1 Ebensburg. pi nn'a. Otiice two c ,
ea.-t of Thon:p.-o:s Hotel.
Aiigu.-t 20. i.-:-:-.-iv.
TjOilN 1 ENLON, Attcrslvat l,r
f Lbfu-burg. J'a. ;;ice cn :;ijli
one i!(.jr west of his residence.
August 25. l.--50.-lf.
"YTriLLIAM KIT TELL, Attchnkt,
TT Coi!i..-c!!',r at Law. OfMce in Col::.
riade Row. Eb. n.-hnrj, Penn'a.
Aui-'in 25. l-5?.-if.
MIL MA(iEIIAN, Attok.nlv i:
I.:.w. E) en.-i urg. Pa. Office on Ii. -street,
oppo-lte the Post OSlce.
August 25. 1S51). tf.
O. Jf. REED. Elenrhv.rif. T. L. HEYER. J
"DEED & HEYEII, Attuemys .
JLV Lav. C-.nn.-Hl given in the Eni:.-':
German l:-ngnaj.e5. Uf.U o iu f" ' :..',( T
Ebensburg. Pa. aiig.25.Isr-;-;-
J II. 0AM1EELL. Attop.m.y"T:
Law, Ebei.sburg. Cambria cviui.'v.
He will attend to all "tiusiness mtrc.-t i.'t :..
care in the Courts of Cambria u
counties. Office in Cdcnade Row.
August 25, lt5:'.-tf.
HC. C1II1ISTY, M. D.. Wi
Cambria cr... Pa. t fr. e on X -next
dcor to L. Cassiday's store. Nio.t t ...
made r.t the Caix.l ri; House. ai: :
T S. 1 ! I N N, yi. D., tendorT Li;.
fe.-s:u!:al services to the c itizt.ii? . :
cn.-i. urg. (t!u- in Drug Store, en Ii'.:, --.
oj'posite Thompson's Hotel.
ELc-n.-burg. August 25, 5f:tf.
r i:dk;e u. eev. is, m7i . t. ni-
V.T his r.':Vssior.-.l ftrvices to ti . tit;:t:
of E!t n?ir.rg aid icinity. IK mcy .v :.
in the dl;.-e furr.-.'-rly occupied by Dr. I: V
Le wis. Night cells n.ade at the ei'..ce.
August 5. 1.
TACKSON A; C LAHl, Si u.-.kun V-i
f. TIsts. J.d.nstowa. Pa. Oi.e of the f-:
will of in F.bi nsLarg during the fir.-; u- :
of ench m. nth. duri:ig vhit h tiiae vi : . .
desiring his prid'vssiou:.! services car. !:::
st the ti'.i v el' Dr. Lewis, r.e;.:lv i .
Blair's Hotel. .:ntr"25
DK..I. M. 31 CLEEE. Sir.,;i.
Mi HAMCAL I'kntist. re pt-et U : v , f
his profession?! servicesto theladic
tlei:;en of J.La?tr.wa and vieinitv of ti l.-!
Particular ;.t:c:.-;en paid to !ic:.scs ': :
Mouth. Teeth txtracteJ with ck-c.:-' . 1 f -
Ceps.
Oiiice in the cli -Exchange,'
strr-eT.
Johnstov.n, Aug. 25. l!r5t'. -lv.
on C
J
OSEEII W. MY EES. Justice ot
Pc:ne. Snmnserhi'.!. Cambria ev -.
August 25. ls:?:tf.
I'TIN THOMPSON, Justc eft!
Pi ace. Vv'ilr.iore. Cambria cour.tv.
August 25, ls5;-:tf.
T V'- JviceTf the "lVs:
,1t.!;:i.-t.nvn. Pa.
trJ Co!!, , tions promptly attended to. '
C oavey. nc;.!g ducv, ;th accuracy i.iui -patch.
aiig.25.ls.
CT. LAVlli:NrE HOTEL.
O No. 101 S Chestnut st.. PtiiladclpL'c.
W. S. Camtbell & Co., I'rcj .;'
August 25. lt-T'..tf
CAM EIll A HOUSE, Wilntorc. I'a.
Palmer a Kkck. Proprietors.
H uks auiud the srriva! of each train '
convey passengers to the Hotel, and then a
Plank Uod to Ebensburg.
August 25. lS5P;tf.
MOUNTAIN HOUSE. EK nsl-ur?. IV
John Thompson. Jr., Proj-rietir.
i The Takit. is always supplied with t
! choicest delicacies. The Bar is supplied '
j choice liquors ; and the Stable attrr.ucd 1? -.
careful hostlers. J-gr Boarders taken by ;
week, month or year. aug.25 . ' - j;
UNION HOUSE, Ebensl.ur-, Ea
John A. Blair, Prepri.-t-r.
j Also, in conne-ction, BLAIR & Co's HACK;
i will leave the -C nion House" for V 'brnor
i station in time to take the Eastern i V.'e?i
crn trains. Every accommodation w:!. :-i
forded to make passengers comfortal 1
August 25, lS59:tf.
J. PATTON THOMPSON, ::
ALmui)(;c & to.,
Importers and Jobbers in Notion.. l l
siehy, Glovks. Trimvinos. Sit s l!o; -;'
chiefs, Cravats and FANCY GOt'PS. '
413 Market street, ( 7ru.tr Jt Pro' old 1
aug.25.l!S5t:tri FHILAUEI.F!!!-
V. S. II 4 VII X.
PLAIN and FANCY JOB rillNTKl--STATION
LK,
Blank Doe.l- Mjnvaeturer, pe-oh ?"..
and dialer in every description '
American and Foreign Papers.
Corner of Markttand Second sts.. and W "
and Third streets. PITTSBURG. Pa.
fctrV Agent for L. Jehnson i Co.. T-
rounders A Electrot vper, Fhiladclj Li
A'lgct 2". i -r-t.V
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