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LOCAL AND PEBSONAL Ebensburo and Cbesson Railuoad. Oq and after Monday, November 16, 1863, t-ains on this road will run as follows : Leave IJbensburg At 7.20 A. K., connecting with Bait. Ex press West and Thro' Acrom East. At 7.15 P. M., connecting with Mail Train West and Thro' Express East. Leave Cresson At 10.45 A. M., or on departure of Thro' Afcnmmnilfltinii Wpst. At 8.45 P. M., or on departure of Express East and Mail West. CniT-CnAT with Our Readers. During the past week, we have been en joying weather of almost every imaginable size, shape and complexion. "Wc have taJ snow, suggestive of Edgar A. Poe and of two in a bed o' nights ; we have hi rairi, suggestive of rafts gliding to market adown the Susquehan', of leaky roofs, and of umbrellas; we have had shine of both the sun and moon persua sion suggestive of chip hats, copperheads coming out of their holes, lemonade, trout hing, maple sugar, and of partnership walk3 out the plank road into green fields after supper ; we have had storms, sugges tive of well, of anything except of going out of doors. Furthermore, we have had mud. We are sorry to say we have got this latter yet badly. We expect to lave it for some time to come. TLis is about the season when that commodity does most abound, not here alone, but everywhere; therefore, in this particular, ve are not unique. We have got a good word for our mud. Unlike that of certain localities we wot of, it dees r.ot stick closer than a poor relation, neither is its touch especial contamination. On the contrary, it is of the earth earthy, and not of filth filthy. It will easily rob oft. In this respect it differs materially from our moral t'emishes. Just here we desire to enter our protest against their way cf doing lasiuess down at Pittsburg. When it commences thawing there, subsequent to i "freeze," the scavengers go to work and cut a channel of about a foot in width in eeh of the gutters, so as to afiord ready fcss for the melted' water. This han- tel often becomes closed with floating ice, or coated over with slush, and a per son of unsuspicious turn of mind would readily cemmit his whole weight thereto upon the presumption that ii wa3 solid surface. We know. We had an extra touch administered to our caukios the other day, and started tiown town for a promenade. Didn t go further than the Srst of these channels we have spoken of. Oar fixed purpose was to go over the crossing, but instead cf that we went in. Like maDy another, we became the victim of misplaced confidence. Thereby, that "extra touch" was effectually eradicated '-a dead loss of ten cents cash, to say Jothing of a promenade gone to thunder. Besides, our boots have savored ftrongly f mackerel and coal oil ever since. We spe the city fathers of Smokedom will ?ve ear to cur complaint, and see to it 'Ait the gutters bo not allowed to freeze frer at all hereafter. has been a juicy wee, so to speak. f;nt it blew, then it thew, then it suew, 'aitfrie in the language of John G. ear gum shoes this weather, and ep out of strong drafts. That's our vice. You can get the gum shoes at store to keep out of the draft, it is a!J necessary to enlist. This leads us to sswk that Cambria 'couuty in general, luhout particularizing Ebensburg, will scrry when lier sorrow will avail not -it she didn't put in her quota of volun rs under the President's call for five, dred thousand men, by - means of f-nties and the like. She is allewil Put seems to be the only attribute mg. By our present line of policy, labiia county is losing scores of men "Jj who are persuaded, through the mentality of a sugar plum of 150 200 local bounty, to credit themselves ker sections. Well, "time at last sets "things even," and perhaps thoso who 4,9 persistently opposed ' our offering utiC3 may yet receive their just de . The new CoDgcription law is not a r.I.I n ... .i . i vonscnption Jaw -vmu wmcn y uocrauon we dismiss the subject. a very juicy wsek, indeed, and DSty provocative of influenza, rheu ism, diptberia, and common colds in the latter. .As Tirnnr nf iha -ico-iWlrtn r ooii-w, .. - vuijf jueuuun mat we write "era with a snuff-box in one hand J 4 Pocket-handkerchief in the other. Jth ouId tdl i4 was unhealthy Vfi! ty notiDS tIie important, self- urii ...... appearance of nil rinotnr n;0 t0 them is. dollars and dimes, bread and butter ; therefore, why not ? Bless them ! They are a fine old institution, are doctors, sometimes unappreciated, es pecially when one feels like kicking physic to the dogs, but occasionally looked up to as ministering angels and the sole stay of perishiDg humanity. How could we get along without them ? Echo an swers, no-how ! Our hearts, beating fu neral marches to the grave, were untrue to their legitimate functions if they failed to quiver with gratitude to the doctors. May they never disagree I Apropos of the fraternity, we hear a good story, which we think has never been in print. Once upon a time, the services of a certain M. D., a bluff, out spoken, yet withal genial and kindly dispositioncd gentleman, were required, in connection with those of two or three other doctors, to perform the experiment of amputation upon a patient not a thous and miles from here. The case was one of peculiar nicety, the chances of success hanging suspended on the very uncertain hazard of a die. So our worthy M. D thought it nothing but right that j preparatory appeal should be made to the Throne of Grace for assistance in the undertaking. Accordingly, he invited Dr. A. to. pray; Dr. A. declined. lie invited Dr. 13. ; Dr. D. declined. He invited Dr C. ; Dr. C. also declined. "Well, gentlemen," said he, "if you tcont pray, and seeing that 1 can't pray, let's to work in my opinion, this 13 going to be a d d infernal hard case, and the sooner we finish it the better !" Escaped Again! In accordance with the advice of legal counsel, Mr. James Shorthill, of Summcrhiil township, this county, whoe arrest as a deserter some weeks since by Deputy Provost Marshal lleyer, at Wilmorc,and subsequent escape, our readers no doubt remember, voluntari ly appeared before the Board of Enroll ment for this district, at Huntingdon, a few days ago, to test the legality of his conscription. His plea, we believe, was, that, in August last, it was John Shorthill who was drafted, and net tamesS Lot thill, and that the notification of draft was made out to John Shorthill, but was served on him, James. On the ground that one man cannot be legally held amenable for the infraction of a law on tho part of another, he, James Shorthill, asked to be relieved from further personal inconveni ence in the matter, and that tho penalties attaching to the crime of desertion be visited upon the man who was in reality drafted, John Shorthill. The Board of Enrollment failed to see it in that light. They decided that James Shorthill was iu reality the person drafted, his descrip tive list abundantly proving that fact; that his successful skedaddle from the custody of Deputy Provost Mar. Ileyer creates the impression that he must at one time have considered himself a con script ; and that a mere clerical error is not sufficient to exempt from the perfor mance of military duty. Accordingly, James Shorthill was committed to the Huntingdon jail for safe keeping until he could be removed to camp. The same niht, however, by some means or other, he escaped therefrom, and has not since been heard of. Drunk ? or What Ails Him ? The blatherings of the Johnstown Democrat last week with regard to The Alleghanian are about as intelligible to us as High Dutch would be "to a Choctaw pappoose. It has been suggested, however, that that journal wishes us to understand from his gibberish that he charges our Johnstown correspondent with the authorship of a couple of squibs at his expense lately appearing in these columns. If so, then we beg leave to say to him that his charge without foundation. We wrote the Equibs in question no correspondent had aught to do with them in the slightest particular. We do not make a habit of embodying the sentiments of correspon dents as our own. We think for ourself -our correspondents express their views of matters and things, as correspondents, untrammeled by dictation on our part. i W7hatever appears in Hie Alleghanian, therefore, as editorial, is editorial our own individual sentiments. Our shoul der? are broad, and we particularly desire to bear the full ouus of responsibility attaching thereto. Our neighbor should not allow himself to become so suspicious. Because he sees fit to secure outside assistance toward the getting up of "original" for his columns is no reason we should do likewise. Neither should he be afraid of our corre spondents they :re all good fellows, and won't hurt him if he behaves himself like a gentleman "What'll you take, and take it sweetened ?" A Shame. Although something like fifty new men were recruited in Washing ton township, this county, for Col. Dick White's 55th Pa. regiment, Cambria county fails To receive credit for a single one of them. This is owing to the fact that no bounty is paid by the county, nor by Washington tp. These recruits went to Dauphin and Chester counties to be credited, where they received a snug recompense for o doing. Perhaps the policy of thu9 allowing ourselves to be diddled out of our fighting material thro' sheer lack of energy will pay perhaps not. We shall see ! Married : On the 21st of February, by Itev. J. S. Lemmon, Lieut. J. J. Will, formerly of the 133d Beg. P. V., late of Pittsburgh, to Miss Julia Seigii, of Perkinsville, this county. On the same day, by the same, Sam uel J. Crotle, to Miss Susan R. Forbes, both of Somerset county.- On the 25th February, by the same, Iter. E. II. Baird. of New Lexington Charge, Pittsburg Conference, to Miss S. J. Bracken, this county. As we Expected. Ilollidaysburg be ing a "more central point" (!!!) than -Huntingdon, the Provost Marshal's office of this djstrict has been removed from the latter to the former place. We under stand that a project is also on foot looking toward the removal of tho seat of govern ment of the State to some point inside Blair county. Just So. The Hollidaysbarg Stand ardj .we observe, hoists the name of Gen. Geo. B. M'Clellan for the next Presiden cy. If nominated, and he runs only half so well as a political chieftain as he stood still as a military chieftain, nothing can prevent the General from being trium phantly elected. Quere. Taking the estimate of a dis cerning public, in dollars and cents, as its true valuation, how many thousand col umns of "local" of the Johnstown Dcmo ocrat stripe would it take to pay for a six dollar Dictionary ? A speedy answer is requested. Quotas . Filled. Wilmore borough, we understand, has had her full quota of men under all calls sworn into the service. CarrclTtown borough 'has also filltd her quota by volunteering. Both paid good bounties'. - . - Hung Himself. A young roan named John Yeager, of .Chest township, Cambria county, deliberately hung himself to death in his father's barn about a week ago. We have heard no cause assigned for the rash act. Z 0 CA L CORRESP OXDEXCE. Johnstown, Feb. 28, 18G4. LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS VARIOUS MILITARY ITEMS THE MOORE-MARBOCKG TBAGEDT, 4C, C. Correspondence of The Alleghanian. Among the many changes and improve ments which are daily occurring here, I must make particular mention of the enterprise displayed by one of our citizens Mr. F. W. Hay. This jrentleman, having purchased the old Collector's building, on Canal street, has fitted it up a3 a stove and tinware depot and work shop, and for beauty of interior arrange ment and convenience it will compare favorably with any -establishment in tho State. Mr. Hay is a go ahead business man, and, as all who are acquainted with him are aware, a perfect gentleman. Co. M, 12th Pa. Cavalry, commanded by Capt. Morgan M'Donald, and recruited principally ic this place, will arrive here on furlough during the present week. They have re-enlisted for .three years more. The Capt. wishes to secure a few recruits, and from a long and intimate personal acquaintance with him, I can recommend him to any of the readers of this notice who may wish to enlist in a crack cavalry company. Capt. David Hamilton, Co. K,18th Pa. Cavalry, haa, by direction of the War Department, opened a recruiting station in thi3 place. He has power ' to enlist recruits for any regiment in the service. Ebensburg will be filled to overflowing next week, as an immense number of witnesses are being subpenaed on the Moore-Marbourg case. A great deal of interest is manifested as to the probable result of the trial, and a large number of people, independent of witnesses, will doubtless be in attendance. A report is current here that a member of Capt. Ryckman's company was shot dead in a street quarrel at Harrisburg last week. It lacks confirmation. The weather for several days past has been of tho rainy order, and, as a natural result, our streets and sidewalks are now in a muddy condition. Mat Leon. T?OR THE FRUIT, FLOWER. AND JL? KITCHEN GARDEN "THE GARDEN- 1864. ERS MONTHLY, 1S64. W. G. P. Brinckloe, Publisher, 23 North 6th street, Philadelphia. Terms, $1.50 a year. Edited by Thomas Meehan. The Monthly contents are: IIint3 Flower Garden and Pleasure Ground ; Fruit Garden ; Vegetable Garden ; Window Gardeniqg. Communications Embracing the views of the" best writers on Horticulture, Arboriculture, and Rural Affairs. Editorial Giving the Editor's views on the important Horticultural improvements. Scraps and Queries New Fruits New Plants Domestic and Foreign Intelligence Foreign Correspondence .Horticultural notices with each Department handsomely illustrated. These general. features will be retained, and the publisher pledges himself that no labor or expense shall be spared to render the succeed ing issues of the Magazine every way worthy of the favor with which his previous efforts have been amply rewarded. Send for a spec inien. Feb. 15, 3 1 A FIRST CLASS FARMERS' MAG AZINE FOR PENNSYLVANIA. 18G4; THE PENNSYLVANIA 186-4. FARMER AND GARDENER, devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture, and Rur:J Affairs. Edited and published by "Wm. S. Young & Co., 52 North Sixth St., Philadel phia. Tern:3 : One Dollar a year. . The sixth volume commences with the January number. Having obtained the services of eminent and practical Agriculturists, Horticulturist?, Stock Breeders and Pee Keepers, we, confi dently offer the Current Volume as one orthe best ever issued, for originality, practical thought and reliable information. Send for a specimen, Feb. 18, 1864-3t T- ICEXSE NOTICE. i The following named persons have filed Petitions in the Office of the Clerk of Quarter Session of Cambria county, for Tavern and Quart License, to wit: Quart: Jchn Ryan, Millviile borf Tudor & Jones, Ebensburg, West Ward, Tavern : - John Coa'd, Cambria City ; Henry Fritz, Johnstown, 3d Ward; Jos. Horner, Wilmore; Henry Foster, Ebensburg, West Ward ; Adam Kettering, Yoder township ; Daniel Confer, Taylor township ; James B. M'Creight, 2d Ward. Johnstown: George M'Bride, Allegheny township John Smith, Allegheny township; Francis Dashner, Allegheny tp. ; Frederick Yeigle, Allegheny township; P. M'Dunn, Wilmore ; George M'Oough, Clearfield town ship; Peter Masterson, 1st Ward, Johnstown; Peter Fisher, 1st Ward, Johnstown ; Kreiger iz Botts, 3d Ward, Johnstown ; George Gur ley, West Ward, Ebensburg ; Jacob Mack, Cambria township ; Joseph Cole, Carrolltown borough ; Rr Durach, Sd Ward, Johnstown. JOSEPH M'DONALD, Clerk Q. S. Ebensburg, Feb. 18, UDITOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Orphans' Court cf Cambrin county, to distribute the money in the hands cf Williarr. A. Glass, administrator of the . estate of Catharine Miller, dee'd., hereby gives notice th.it he will attend to the duties of said ap pointment at hi3 office, in Ebensburg, on Thursday, the 3d day of March next, at one o'clock P. M., when and Tvhcre all persons interested may attend. JOHN E. SCANLAN. Auditor. . Ebensi'irg, February 18, 1SC4.31. TVTOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF Jji THE HUNTINGDON, CAMBRIA AND INDIANA TURNPIKE KOAD CO. The Court of Huntingdon county, at the January fcrm, 18G4, directed to be paid to said Creditors two and one-fourth per cent, on their claims on which former dividend have been declared, which I will pay on the presentation of their certificates of deposit by themselves or their agont3. JOHN S. 1SETT, Sequestrator. Spruce Creek, February IS, 1604. OUSEKEEPERS, ATTENTION ! ! MSo n't,. ,-- 5i You all want a CloUies Wringer, in order to get through your washing earlier, spare 3'our strength, and at the same time save enough in the wear of clothes by using a wringor, to pay for it in six months, at the present price of cotton. TIIE AMIDON WRINGER has been, plnccd in competition with all the principal Wringers ia the market, and has in every case come off victorious. It is easily and firmly attached to any style of tub, without the turning of screws. - It has no cog wheels, galvanized frame, or iron screws to rust and break. gQ, Please call and examine an Amidon Wringer before you purchase any other. For sale bv GEO. HUNTLEY. Ebensburg, Feb. 11, 13G3.-tf IOR RENT. The property belonging to the heirs of Evan Lloyd, dee'd., situate about 2. miles south of Ebensburg, will be rented lor one or more years. Said property consists of two detached farms, No. 1 having a dvrellirg bouse, bank barn, and other necessary out buildings, in good order, a goodjearing orchard, and about TO acres of cleared land, and No. 2. about one half mile distant from the former, with about 50 acres cleared. Said farms are well suited for tilling or grazing purposes. Possession given immediately if desired. For terms apply to the snbscriber, in Ebens burg. ELIZABETH LLOYD. Ebensbnrg, Feb. 11, 18G3. L CENTS REWARD! tj Ran away from the subscribers, on the 1st ot February, inst., WILLIAM T. BENDEN, an indentured apprentice to the Farming business. He is about five feet one inch high, dark complexion, blue eyes, and black curly hair. All persons are cautioned against har boring or trusting him on our account, as we will pay no debts of his contracting. Feb. 11, 1 864-3 1. J. & W. BENDEN. NEW TAILOR. SHOP. The undersigned having opened out a Tailoring Establishment over the store room formerly occupied by Evans k Son, respect fully informs the public that the business will there be carried on in all its branches All work will be done in the latest style, with neatness and dispatch, and on the most reasonable terms. D.J. EVANS. Een3burg, Nov. 5, 18C3. TT o a a r - NTIRELY VEGETABLE ! NOT ALCOHOLIC. A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED VEGETABLE EXTRACT. A PURE TONIC. DR. IIOOFLANDS PREPARED BY DR. C. M. JACKSON, Phihxdelphia, Pa Will effectually cure LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DIS EASES OF THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM A DIS ORDERED LIVER OR STOMACH, such as Constipa- tion, Inward Piles, Fulness or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach Nausea, Heartburn, disgust for food, Fulness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the stomach. Swimming of the head, nurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the heart, Cho king or Suffocating sensations 'r when in a lying posture, Dimness of vision, Dots or Webs before the sight, Fever and dull pain in the head, Deficiency of perspiration, of the skin and eyes, Pain in the side, back, chest Limbs, &c, Sudden Flushes of heat burning in the flesh, constant imaginings of evil, and great depression of Spirits. And will positively prevent Yellow Fever, Billions Fever, &c. THKV COXTAIX. NO ALCOHOL OR BAD WHISKEY I They will cure the above diseases in nine-ty-niue cases out ol a hundred. From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of the Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Although not disposed to favor or recom mend Patent Medicines in general, through distrust of their ingredients and effects ;" I yet knotr of no sufficient reasons why a man may not testify to the benefits he believes himself to have received from nnv simple preparation, in the hope that he may thus contribute to the benefit of others. I do thi3 the more readily in regard to Hoofland's German Bitters, prcparedby Dr. C. M. Jackson, of this city, because I was prejudiced against them "for many years, under the impression that they were chiefly an acloholic mixture. I am indebied to my friend Robert Shoemaker., for the removal of this prejudice by proper tests, and for en couragement to try them, nhen suffering from great and long continued debility. The use of three bottles of these Bitters", at the beginning of the present year, was followed by evident relief, and restoration to a decree of bodily and nientnl vigor which I had'not felt for six mouths before, and had almost despaired of regaining. I therefore thank God and my friend for directing nie'to use them. J. NEWTON BROWN. Phicad'a., Jcse 23, 1801 ATTENTION SOLDIERS! Will build up the constitution, and give health and strength to an overtasked and diseased system. Philadelphia, Angcst 12, 1SC2. Dr. C. M. Jackson Dear Sir : While irr Virginia, owing to the change of water, I was taken with a severe dianhoea, which seemed incurable, and which greatly weakened me. When we reached Martinsbnrg, I feared that I should have to come home; but noticing some of your Bitters in the store of Mr. II. H. Price, in that town, I purchased a sunply, and on taking it Was speedily restored to health. The diarrhoea was ouickly checked, and I experienced no return of it. A number of my comrades who suffered in the same nianuer and from the same cause, with whom I sh.ired th Bitters, join me in this certificate. I expect to return to the seat of war with the Legion, and I shall certainly take a supply of the Bitters in my knapsack. I would n bo without it for its weight in gold, particularly on going into a limestone region. Yours, truly, A. E. ALMEUS, Company IT, Scott Legion. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! See that the signature of "C. M. Jackson" is on the wrapper of each bottle. Price per bottle ?3 cents Or half dozen for $4. Should your nearest Druggist not have the article, do not be put off bv any of the intox icating preparations that ma-' be offered in its place, but send to us, and we will forward by express, securely packed. PRINCIPAL OFFICE and MANUFACTORY No. C31 ARCH ST. Jonco c&3 Ivans, (Successors to C. M. JACKSON, & Co.;) PROPRIETORS. C-For sale by Dr. G. II. KEYSER, 41 Wood St., SIMON JOHNSON, corner Fourth and Smithfield sts., Pittsburg, and by drug gists and Dealers in every town in the United States. pjuh- o. 'C3 !v E ms ec- HON. WILSON M CANDLESS, Judjra of the United States Circuit Court, President. PITTSBURGH, PA:, corner Penn and St Clair Sts. TheLargcst.tbeapestaud Best $35.00 Pays for a Commercial course. TNo extra charges for Manufacture, Steamboat, Railroad and Bank Booi-Keen-mg. Ministers' Sons at half price. Students enter and review at any time. This Institutionisconducted by experienced Teachers and principal Accountants, who prepare young men for active business, at tho least expense and shortest time, for the most lucrative and responsible situations, Dirloma granted for merit only. Hence the universal preference for graduates of this College, by businessmen. Prof. A. Cowlev, the best Penrnan-ef the Linon, who holds the lurgest No. of 1st Pre nnums and oTei- all competitors, teacher Rapid Business Writing ' vuui.timug iuu lnioruiatlou sent free on application to the Principals JENKINS & SMITH, Pittsburg, Pa. 5 Attend where the Son3 and Clerk3 'of Bankers and Business men graduae April 24, !8C2-lr. "pilOVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE, . Kth Dist., Pkxxa., 1 nLWTixcno.v, June 11 1SG3. MEN WANTED FOR THE INVALID CORPs! uniy inosc iaitimu soldiers who, from wounds or the hardships of war, are no' longer fit for active field duty will be received into this Corps of Honor. " Enlistments will be for three years unless sooner discharged. Pay and allowances same as for ocei ad men .of the United States Infantry; except that no premiums or bounty for enlistment tt-;11 K ullnicnl Tk a M : T ktt unvi, lino nui uui mi miuiiie nnj pensions or bounties which may be due tor previous services. All persons honorably discharged from the service, not liable to draft, whether they have served in this war or not can be admitted into this Corps of Honor. Men who are still in service and unable to perform effective field, may be transferred lo this corps. ; . For the convenience of service, the men will be selected for three grades of duty. Those who are most efficient and able bodied, and capable of performing guard duty, etc., etc., will Le armed with muskets, and assigned to companies of the Frst Battallion. Those of the next degree of efficiency, iucludiug those who have lost a hand or an arm; and the least effective, including those who have lost a foot or a leg, to the companies of the Second or Third Batfallions : thpv will h armed with swords. The duties will be chiefly to act as provost guards and garrisons for cities guards for hospitals and other public buiMir.gs ; and aa clerks, orderlies, etc. If found necessary they may be assigned to forts, etc. Acting Assistant Provost Marshals General are authorized to appoint OUicers of the Regular Service, or of the Invalid Corps, to administer tlig oath of enlistment to those men who have completely fulfilled the pre scribed conditions of admission to the Invalid Corps, viz : 1. That the applicant is enfit for service in the field. 2. That he is fit for the duties, or some ot them, indicated above. 3. That, if not now in the service, he was honorably discharged. 4. That hi '13 meritorious and deserving. For enlistment or further information apply to the Board of Enrollment for the district ia which the applicant is a resident. J. D. CAMPBELL, Capt. and Provost Marshal. Cbensburg, July 2, 18'J3.-tf. S3 cr 2 2 a trs i 5 O & a -4 3 D u. es - q &. 3 J. C3 M v; C a -3 CJ 5- ? 3 o o a a 5 - cr c s 5 B rr oo C- T- o i o o E - 2 p " o SI X a SB rL so Z. 'J cjef IH. In s o o in ZIj 3 3 CO O - o S -5 B a a rs xz 2 C O o o o M -3 ? O CO ' o to p ; a 3 S 0 CO i c a 3 O' CO o 5 o 2 a to X n ro p "Z? a 3 p- a -i a p o o o m o z aa . o si 7 7 13 0 Pi. O -3 o n rs 2 o a I 9- 1 3- -1 n 5 O ft ?T P o r O P a ft XXL 73 r-j IIP 3 tL a CO rs rr-i it fYCiHTDi . n wnw hm inv Hi STOVE DEPOT. 23ASOAIXS TO BE II I D ! The undersigned has just received a large and splendid assortment of Hardware and Cutlery, Cooking, Parlor and Heating Stoves, Nails, Window Glass, Hoop Iron, Carbon Oil Lamps and pure Carbon Oil, Japanned and Brittannia Ware, Glass Ware, ic, &c, nil or which he will tell very low for CASH or ex change for Country Produce. Also : He still continues to manufacture Tin and Sheet Iron Ware of all descriptions, for sale either by the Wtoltxale or Retail. Repairing done on short notice. He returns h's sincere thanks to his old friends and customers for the patronage ex tended him, and bogs leave to hope that they wUl come forward and settle up their nrc.-unts of long standing, and commence the uewvear "on the square." He must have money to enable him to keep up his stock. Prices low, to suit the ime. GEO. HUNTLEY. Ebensburg, Jany. 0, lSG2tf Readir , matter on evrv pare of to-