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TXxo -A.llosli,iiian. TlirilSDAV::::::::: :Dece.mbi:r 1. LOCAL AND PERSONAL . : Sheriff's Sale.' A largo quantity of real c.-tate is now under execution, and will le exposed by tlio Sheriff to sale on .M.ui'Liy, the iirstday of the coming court. l,r the benefit of our readers we publish tlu' following abstract, giving the names (,t' the defendants, the localities of the lands, the number of acres in each tract, thu number of acres cleared, and noting the improvements. The sale will begin on Monday, at One o'clock, P. M., and will be adjourned from day to day until the same hour ou the following Wednes day : Henry Harber, St. Augustine, Clearfield Tp., four lots, with two story frame Tavern House unit tram--.' stable. Abraham ('rum, Summerhill Tp., r.00 acres, H i iiith cleared, with 2 hewed log barns, a hi-wed log house and a cabin house. li.ihert Burgoon, Washington Tp., 100 acres, T.ij :i-rcs cleareJ, with a two-story log house iiml frame haru. Henry Lloyd. Susquehanna Tp., 170 acre?, TiO acres cleared, with a 1 J tory frame house, ti I house and log barn. George Wilson, Ebensburg, one lot on Cen tre Street, with a, Carpeutvr Shop thereon erected. Frederic Schneider, Chest Tp., 1 DO acres, 5 acres cleared, with a cabin house. Jacob Puck, Clearfield Tp., 420 acres, 2 in-res cleared, with a two "story plunk house, a pi ink stable, and a double geared Saw-mill. John T. Weir, Conemaugh Bor., lot 7, with a one tory plank house with basement. Johnston Moore, Clearfield Tp., 377 acres, with a double geared Saw-mill and plank bouse and stable. S.iuie lcfl., 100 acre, 30 acres cleared, with h j'l.iuk house. Suae Deft., 100 acres, unimproved. S imp Deft., 22 acres Michael Kennedy, Carroll Tp., 400 acre, ln'j acres cleared, with a log house and barn, nn.l Saw-mill. John Burgoon, Washington Tp., 0 acres, 30 acres cleared, with a one story frame house. David Sharp, Washington Tp., 100 acres, unimproved. Also, lot No. 23 in town of H'Uuek. Timothy and P.riJgct O'KeefTe. Washington Tp., one half acre with a one story log house. A. ir. & It. White, Washington Tp., No. 1, Arvnt Sonman Survey, 4500 ucrcs, with Saw mill. Also, 00 acres cleared, with two houses ttn. I stable ; 50 acres cleared, with a house and stable ; 30 acres cleared, with a house and stable ; CO acres, with n house and stable; lo acres, cleared ; 5 acres cleared, with a dwelling house, stable, wash-house, coal- Ik'usc, ware-house, store-house and ware rxjiu ; Benee house and stable; 5 tenant hun-es, with 2 acres cleared; a two story f.-.min- house and shanty, with 2 acres cleared; ft Tavern House at Plane No. 3; a log house and two plunk tenant houses and stable; two cual drifts with fixtures and one coal shaft. Same Hefts., No. 2. Dennis Delany Survey, 130 acres, with dwelling house and Stable, 4 tenant houses and stable, &e. iSame Deft., No. 3, one undivided third of Movers tract, T.jO acres, 100 acres cleared, with a double barn. S im-iel Flenner, Summerhill Tp., 120 acres, 30 acres cleared, with a two story dwelling house ii nd a bank bam. Ci'.-orjrc W. Hodges and Chester Granger, Ci'Uernuijgh Tp., Furnace property of Cone m uu'h Iron Co. situate near the. Coneiuaugh Junction. John Fees, Cambria City, a lot of ground, w ith fv one story frame houses. John I.ytle, Loretto, Lot No. 137. David Litzinger, Loretto, a lot of ground, with a two story framo house, a frame shop aul frame stable. Joseph P. Miller, Susquehanna Tp., 100 ft'Tr s, ,-to ucres cleared, with a log house and log burn. John E. M'Kenzie, Chest Springs Bor., 2 !ut of ground, on one of which are a three story jil, ink tavern house and a idauk stable. John S. Luther, Carroll Tp., CO acres, 30 acres cleared, with a log house anil log barn. John M Teelv, Clearfield Tp., 247 acres, 05 acres cleared, with a two-story log house and lop barn. Adiiin Kenimerv, Millville, a lot of trround. with a two atory plank house aud plank sta ble. augustin Brand, Clearfield Tp., 35 acre?, 10 '"res cleared, with u 1.1 storv frame house and a Saw-mill. James W. IIiidon, Croyle Tp.. 4 acres, with H story plauk house and small stable. Patrick Gillespie's heirs, Carroll Tp., 84 wres, Do acres cleared, with a cabin house une hewed log barn. Terence Dclozier, Carrol Tp., 11 acre?, 2 KTes cleared, with a two story plank house ma frame stable. Also, 32 acres, unimproved Our Thanks. "Mino host," of the Arcade, and his estimable lady, have the thanks of every member of our household for a delicious dish of Sauer Kraut sent 'in on Monday last. Aa to ourself, our readers well know that we have not hith- rto expressed any particular liking for that article, and they will no doubt be greeably surprised when they learn that this little incident has done much towards Erecting our taste. To make a long story nort, we think, with a little practice, we ""ghtsoou make Kraut a part of our diet. e have already acquired quite an at tachment for it, and after Foster serves us a few more tricka like the above, (as we ubt not he will,) wo may learn to like lt- We shouldn't wonder. Oca friend, R. LitzinseiV Esn;,: Tub- isher of the Mountaineer, has our thanks c r'r tl10 luan of the type contained in the 't ot the members of Congress, published i thw week's paper. We shall be happy reciprocate the favor should occasion Ccr. 1 Thanksgiving Day. The Gnhern. torial Sabbathwaa well observed in this place. The shops,5 stores, and places of business generally were closed throughout the day, and in the forenoon, services were had at the various churches. The after noon was mainly devoted to mirth and innocent amusements, the juvenile portion of the community paying visits to each other, and luxuriating highly upon good things provided by kind parents; whilst those of more advanced years "put in time" and enjoyed themselves in more ways than we could enumerate. The weather was delightful; the sun shone resplendent by; and the air was "balmy as the breath of a maiden of 3xtcen summers. On the streets we noticed numerous ptetty bonnets, and occasionally our naughty eyes lit upon a pair of very nice gaiters "and all that sort of thing." Where these bon nets and gaiters came from, or where they went, was of course none of our business; but the smiling countenances of their ow ners told us they were enjoying Thanks giving hugely. The j-oung men about town and their name is legion seemed to have a high old time of it. Many of them were to be seen along with the bon nets and gaiters, whiLt those who were members of the "Mountain Club," for a time indulged their sporting propensities in a spirited game of Cricket. Meantime many a prime Ilabana and rare Tobiat were reduced to ashes, and many a plate of the delicious bivalves, yclept oysters, was sub jected to the process of digestion. 3Iean time, both old and young, without distinc tion of party or sect, seemed to make it a point to do ample justice to everything hailing from the culinary department. Some of the more fortunate are said to have dined sumptuously on such rarities as beef and pork, and other kindred dishes, whilst a few who were less favored, were glad even of the opportunity to sit dowu to a dry repast of chickens and turkeys During the day, lager, tanglefoot, and all such choice beverages, seemed at a discount but as night drew her sable curtains, the stock in this line went up or rather down with amazing rapidity, and we might add with amazing effect upon some of those who invested in it. But thanks to Damo Fortune they who, like Buchanan's Administration, were very weak in the knees, were few and far be tween; and still more thankful are we that not one connected with this establishment was of the number. Thus passed Thanksgiving Day in Eb ensburgh. That we enjoyed it we know; that all our citizens enjoyed it wc believe. Now that the day is over, let us hope that in the coming year, our crops may be as abundant, our favors as numerous, and our prosperity as great, as in the year past. Then indeed, may we have in next No vember, another season of rejoicing an other day upon which to return Thanks to the "Giver of every good and perfect gift." Important. We have been requested by the 1 'resident of the Ebensburg and Cresson Railroad Company, to publish the following for the information and benefit of stock subscribers who have neglected to pay their instalments. It is part of the 8th. section of the General Railroad Act, to the provisions of which the Company is subject, and which, it is almost need less to state, will be rigidly enforced against all delinquents : If any stockholder shall neglect to pay such proportion or instalment so called for at the time and place appointed, he, she or they shall be liable to pay, in addition to the proportion or instalment so called for, at the rate of one per cent, per month for the delay of such pay ment; and if the same and the additional penalty, or any part thereof, shall remain un paid for the period of six months, he, she or they shall, at the discretion of the directors, forfeit to the use of the company all right, title and interest in and to every and all share or shares, on account of which such default iu payment may be made as aforesaid, or the directors may, at their option, cause suit to be brought before any competent tribunal, for the recovery of the amount due on such shares, together with the penalty of one per cent, per month as aforesaid ; and in the event of u. forfeiture, the share or shares so forfeited may be disposed of at the discretion of the president and directors, under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the by laws. No stockholder shall be cutitled to vote at any election, nor at any general or special meeting of the company, on whose share or shares any instalment or arrearages may be due more than thirty days next pre ceding said election or meeting; Provided, That no forfeiture of stock shall release or discharge the owner thereof from anj- liabil ities or penalties incurred prior to the time of such forfeiture. To TDK Public. Blain, the major-domo of the Saloon down street, has added a Restaurant to his list of attractions and conveniences for the public, and is now prepared to accommodate the hungry por tion of the community with euch edibles as do most tickle the palate. Individuals attending Court will please recollect that he can bo consulted during all hours at the Saloon, directly, opposite the Post Office. -r The Little Pilgrim. The Decem ber number of this interesting little jour nal is on our table. We have examined it, and feel like saying that, for a family where there are children growing up, no better paper could be taken into a house. It is edited by the world-renowned Grace Greenwood a name sufficieut to bespeak for it a high place among the literature of the day. Those wishing to subscribe will send their orders to Leander K. Lippin cott, 132 South Third st., Phila. Terms, 50 cents per annum. Specimen numbers sent free of charce. Important. Although the "Great Eastern" is not coming to America this season, the public being therefore debarred the pleasure of examining its vast propor tions, still we are glad to be able to lay before our readers the fact that the pro prietor of the Ebcnsburg Shoe Store has made arrangements by which he will be enabled to sell at public sale, during the entire week of Court, his large stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c., at prices which will astonish the natives. Ilemcm- ber, this will bo no l'etcr Funk concern. T. B. Peterson & Sons. This enter prising firm is still engaged in publishing in pamphlet form the works of Charles Dickens. Those whose libraries do not contain the series should embrace this op portunity of purchasing it, as the price has been reduced to the small considera tion of Five Dollars. Persons wishing the books must address T. B. Peterson & Bros., SOG Chestnut st., Phila. Almost a Fire. On Wednesday even ing of last week, the pine-oil lamp used tor lighting the store of Messrs. lhivis & Jones, exploded, scattering the burning contents promiscuously around. The flames were soon subdued, however, by the efforts of those present, with no other damage resulting from the accident but the char ring of the counter and a big scare to those who were in the store at the time. Lyceum. The question for discussion by the Ebcnsburg Lyceum on next Friday evening, is: Restored. That no person should be exclu ded from testifying ou account of being a Plaiutilf or Defendant. A free Lecture will be delivered the same evening, iu the Hall, by Wm. Tibbot, Esq. The public are invited to be pres ent. In Town Again. Our cvcr-wclcomc friend, Dr. D. W. Lewis, formerly of this place, but latterly of East Liberty, was in town several days during the beginning of the present week. He was accompanied by lr. A. J. Davis, of the same place. They are both gentlemen aud scholars, and we, hope they will make it suit to visit us often. Married. At this place, on Thursday last, by Rev. M. J. Mitchell, Peter J. McKenzie, of Chest Springs, to Miss Su san, daughter of William Douglass, of Carrol township. Married. At Johnstown, on Wed nesday, the 24th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Edwards, Mr. Benjamin Lloyd to Miss Mary Jane Roberts, both of Cambria township. RICHARD M. JONES, WITH CnAS. B. WILLIAMS. JAMES D. ARXEST. WILLIAMS & AKXEST. AVholesale Dealers in DRY GOODS, NO. 415 MARKET STREET, P1IIL AD EL PHI A. JEJ-jy-Great inducements offered to CASH and short time buyers.TJSa Aug. 25, 1859.-ly. T AILROAD HOUSK, Wilmore, Cam 3l bria county, I'a. (Near Penna. Railroad Station.) Jas. D. Hamilton, Proprietor. An extensive Rowling saloon is connected with the House. The Table will be fur nished with the best ti market affords, and the Bar supplied with the best oi liquors, in- i - t . 1 T . . . ciuaing --vies nna j-iaper irom npurotcu orew- eries. Extensive and convenient Stablixo is attached to the premises.'-' "Wilniore, A'nguat 25, ISolHf. Monthly. Under this head, the well known author, Emerson Bennett, has effected arrangements for the publication of a monthly magazine, the first number to make its appearance on January 1, 1SG0. Associated with Mr. Bennett in the enterprise is John L. llamelin, A. M., a gentleman of marked ability as a writer. The leading story, to be commenced in the first issue," will be entitled "The Mountain Lily ; or, Adven tures in the Wilderness," from the pen of Mr. Bennett. It will be the aim of the editors to make it the best Periodical for the price ever published. Address your orders to Bennett & llamelin, 144 South Third st., Philadelphia. JACOB ETAHL. ; c. x, ROBKHTS. STAUL & ROBEKTS, DEALERS IN CL O CKS, WA TCIIES & JE WELR Y. UG would respectfully inform the citi T T zeus of Kbensburg, and everybody else, that we have just received, at our new store room, opposite E. Shoemaker & Sons' store, at the sign of the Dow Window, the largest stock of CLOCKS WATCHES, JEWELRY, ever offered for sale in this town. Wc are determined to, and will, sell as cheap as can be bought elsewhere, and hope by our efforts to accommodate and please, not onlv to retain all our former patrons, but to merit and se cure a large accession to the same. jv-b All kinds of Clocks, Wat elm y Jew- k-cS elry repaired on the shortest notice, in the best manner, and warranted. August 25, 1859:tf AR3ADE HOTEL, Ebcnsburg, Pa. The subscriber, having leased, re-fitted and newly furnished the "Ebcnsburg House," is prepared to accommodate his friends and the public generally. The House has ulwaya been a favorite for visitors during the Summer season, and I will spare no pains in making jt an agreeable home for all sojourners. My Ta ble will always be luxuriously supplied from the markets of the country and The cities. My Rak will be filled with liquors of choice brands. My Stable is attended by careful hostlers, and my charges will be such as to suit all. Expecting to receive a share of pat ronage, aud fully intending to deserve it, I hereby throw open my house to the public. HEXRY FOSTER. August 25, 1850:tf. CAI5IXET WARE-ROOM. 1 t: v A jn a re spectfully in forms the citizens of Ebcnsburg, and Cam bria county general- ly, t-hat he has on hand and for sale, at ii'JJ his U are-room, one ik" 3.1tz2-i- r- s.iuare west of Rlair's VTS-1 llotel, a large and splendid assortment of FURNITURE, which he will sell very cheap. COFFINS made to order on the shortest notice and at reasona ble prices. Ebensburg, Oct. 6, 1850:tf OYSTERS! AT A. ULAIX'S SALOOX. HE would respectfullj- inform the citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity that he has opened na Oyster Saloon, on High street three doors East of ''Arcade" Hotel, and is prepar ed to accommodate the public in a superior manner. He has made arrangements to get his oysters direct from the Eastern markets, and will supply families by the can or dozen at the cheapest rate. EfGive him a call. He still continues to practice the Tonsorial art at his shop in the room adioinincr the Saloon. Sept. 8, 1853-tf. B 1859. DAN. C. MORRIS, 1859. PKALEIt IS FASIITOXADLE HATS cj CAPS, IMLzxltt. Street, OPPOSITE THE MANSION HOUSE, Johnstown, Pa. H T. . J AltS 1ZS, F ASHIOXAI5LE T A I LO It. The undersign ed takes this method of informincr the Fashiovbles of Ebensburg. and vicinitv that he has commenced bnsiness in this town, two doors west of E J. Mills' ' tiroccrv. He is a MASTERCUTTE R , and fully competent to satisfy the most fastid ious. T. I. JAMES. Kbensburg, Oct. 20, lS59-3m B. V. TnOMFSOX, with 1. I. l'ATTOX &, Co., Vl7koIe.-ale Dealers in and Manufactu T T turers of II ATS , CAPS, FUR S, Hatters' Materials, Straw Goods, Artificial Flowers, Buffalo Robes, Ac., &c. No. 323Market street, PHILADELPHIA. CW.sA jiaid for Wool and &hijjing Eitrs. I JilCE I. PATTOS. A. Ol'l'KMi EIMEIt. August 25, 1859-tf FOR IJEXT. The subscriber will lease for a term of vears "THE PEXSACOLA MILL PROPERTY," with 1,C00 acres of land adjoining, heavily timbered 30 acres surrounding the mill are cleared, and under a high state of cultivation. Also, Blacksmiths' shops, Trucks, &c. The Mill has one of Page's Circular Saws in it, as well as an upright saw, and three small circu lars for lath, tc.7 and is capable of making 10,000 FEET OF LUMBER PER DAY. The above described valuable property will be leased on favorable terms. Possession giv en at any time. Address LLOYD & HILL. Hollidaysburg, Or Wm. H. Gardxeu, Esq., Wilmore, Pa. September 1, 1859:tf. W. Hi. LLOYD & CO. Ban Tc ors, Altoona, Pa. DRAFTS on the Principal Cities, and Sil ver and Gold for sale. Collections made. Moneys received on deposit, payable on de mand, without interest, or upon time, with interest at fair rates. nov3, '59tf. " ISAAC WIRE, WILMORE, Cambria cocxty, Ta. Dealer in all kinds of PROVISIONS, . GROCERIES, CONFECTION ARIES, TOBACCO, 'CIGARS, &c, &c. August 25, 1859:tf. W.V. REYNOLDS. J. M. STEVK.NBOX, JB J. BOWEN SMITH. ; JOHN HILL, with ; REYXOLUS, SMITH &. CO., GROCERY & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 40 N. Howard street, Oct. 20, 1350. Baltimore. m -va r EXCELSIOR STOVE DEPOT. DEALER lis COOBLIKTG- eft? JES. rLXiOn JSa?OXr0E2S, Would respectfully call the attention of the public to one of the greatest improvement ever made iu Cooking stoves the burning of the (lax and tmt.lt arising from the coal by which means is saved fifty rta cent, of Fuel. The improvements claimed axe 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 other stoves." He has also on hands a large assortment of HARDWARE, CHAIN PUMPS HOOP IRON NAILS, GLASS of all size, TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY, EDGE TOOLS, HARVESTING TOOLS, etc, etc. , Also he utill manufactures and keeps ou hand a large assortment of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron, all of which he will sell at extremely low prices in exchange for Cath or Country produce. Nov. '24, 1859:tf . , GEO. nUNTLEY. NEW STORE! NEW GOODS ! ! THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC GENERALLY THAT HE has opened out at HIS NEW STOUE IIOOM, ON HIGH STREET, ONE SQUARE EAST OF THE DMOND, EBENSBURG, PA. A LAIIGE ASSOUTJIIIAT OP FAT iT J$l.JSTJZ SW UNTTiiiri GOODS. nATS AND CAPS, Q I" E ENS W A RE, CROCKERY WARE, BOOTS AND CLOTHING, STATIONERY, To which he respectful- invites their attention, and which he will sell at the Lowest Prices For Oxsix, or for most kinds of Country produce. . A. A. BARKER. Ebensburg, Oct. 27, 1859.-tf. Xjatcst J r-3?Tcrzx 2 2 BARGAINS! BARGAINS! for EVERYBODY ! DJ. EVANS & SON would respectfully inform the citizens of Ebensburg, and mankind generally, that they have just re ceived, at the old stand of D. J. Evans, two doors east of E. Shoemaker &. Sons' store, the largest and best assortment of READY-MADE CLOTJIIXG ever brought to this place. Also, a large lot of Iry Goods, such as Satins, Velvets, Cloths, Cassimcres, Doeskins, Sattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Tickings, Flannels, Brown & Bleached Muslins, DRESS GOODS, of every style, Notions, &c. We have also ou hand a large assortment of BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, STATIONARY, HARDWARE, GROCERIES, TRUNKS, CARPET-SACKS, &C., &c., &c., Together with such other articles as are usu ally kept in a country store, all of which they will dispose cheaper than the cheapest, for CAST! 01 COUNTRY PRODUCE, Ebensburg, October 20, 1859:tf $40,00 Pays the Tuition for a full course in the Iron City College, the largest, most extensively patronized and best organized Commercial School in the United States. FOUR LARGE HALLS, For Writing, Commercial Calculations, Book Keeping and Lectures. . Usual time to complete a full course, from C to 10 weeks. Every student upon graduating, is guaranteed to be competent to manage the books of any business, and qualified to tarn a Salary of from to $1,000. Students enter at any time No vacation Review at pleasure. FIRST PREMIUMS FOR BEST WRITING Awarded this Institution. The best and great est variety of Penmanship iu any one Hall of the Union, is found here. JgQf" Ministers' Sons received at half price. For full information, Circular, Specimen of Business and Ornamental Writing and' Em bellished View of the College, iiylosefive let ter stamps to F. W. JENKINS, Sept. 29-ly. " " Pittsburgh, Pa. HOOTS AM) SHOES. r jhe undersigned continues the manu JL facture of BOOTS and SHOES ofr every uescripiiou-ai ms esiaonsnmcnt, in Ebensburg, immediately opposite the Post Oflice. Employing none but the best workmen, he trusts that he has been and still is at all times able to give entire satisfaction to his customers. He hopes that the same liberal patronage hetetofore given him may bo continued, and that more may be added. He has also on hand a large assortment of French Calf-skins, and Morocco of all kinds, suitable for fine Boots and Shoes. Ready-made BOOTS and SHOES always on hand, and prices moderate. - ' " MESH AC T1IO.MAS. Ebeasburj, August 180D:tf. ALL KINDS OF SHOES, 7 GROCERIES AND HARDWARE. FLOUR AND BACON, PROVISIONS, &c, &c. ROBERT IAVIS, JCHX V. Jo.NhS DEALERS IN' FOKElG AMI W03IESTIC KEEP constantly on hand a large and su perior stock of DRY GOODS, . of every description, such as' CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SATINETS, TWEEDS, JEAN6, BROWN AND BLEACHED MUSLINS, DRESS GOODS of every styL; FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS, A large assortment of BOOTS and SHOES, which have just been received from Boston. STRAW, FUR and WOOL HATS, STATIONARY of every description, WALL PAPER of every M vie, HARDWARE, QUEESWARE. STOXE AXD EA II TIIEXWA RE, A full eupplv of GROCERIES, SUCH AS SUGARS, MOLASSES. SYRUPS COFFEE, TEAS AND RICE. A FULL STOCK OF SPICES, 1 S3 o , FLOUR, BACON, - FISH, TOBACCO, CIGARS & SNUFF, BAR IRON, NAILS, AND GLASS Always ox hands. Drills, Paints and Oils, and a full ossortment of other articles usually kept in country stores. All kinds of Country Produce, such as Butter Eggs, Bacon, Grain, Wool, Po tatoes, Beans, Rags, &c, &c, taken in exchange for Goods, and the Cash never refused. J3" CHERRY, TOPLAR and TINE LUM BER bought and sold. DAVIS & JONES. Ebensbnrg, Aug. 25, 1839.-tf. LOOK TO YOL K INTERESTS X B OOTS AND SHOES! All persons who may desire anything iu the way of Boots or Shoes, can have them made to order on the shortest notice, in the most fashionable manner, and upon the most reas onable terms, by calling upon the subscriber. He employs none but the very best workmen, . has many years' experience himself in th business, and at all times uses the best mate rial npon his work. Assured that he can piv full satisfaction to customer?, he respectfully solicits a liberal patronage. Shop on High street, at the wpst end of Eb ensburg. THOMAS B. JAJ1ES. August 25, 1830:tf CAMBRIA HOUSE, Main Strekt, Johnstown, Joscpli Shoemaker, , Landlord-. This establishment has recently been thoroughly renovated, and is now well fitted up for the comfortable accommodation of hoarders or transient patrons. The Table, will be supplied with the best the market af fords, while at the Bar will always be-found as good Liquors as can be obtained anyw here The hew Landlord, in again opening tho "Cambria House" to the public, promises to spare no pains to make it a first rate hotel.' JCgJBoard, Three Dollars per week, pr One Dollar per day.-YiJa A Hack will be in waiting at the railroad station ou the arrival 'of the trains to convey passengers, free of charsre. to the house. HORSES AND BUGGIES AT LIVEPAV Johnstc-w-n, Aug. 2., ISCIV-ly. GOODS.