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A "Washington correspondent gives the following as Mr. .Lincoln s last : "Jh oninion as to who will be the nex President," said Mr. Lincoln not many days ago, "is very much like tne opinion that Fat had about tne nanasome xunerai You see, Pat was standing opposite th Rffit Tlmwp in Srjrin "field, with a short his mDuth and his hands deeply buried in his empty breeches pockets. - "Pat. whose funeral is that passing? inquired Old Jake Miller, who seemed impressed with tne uenei mat an insu man nfust know everything. "Plaize yer honor," replied Pat remo ving his pipe for a moment, "it isn't my self can say for sartin ; but to the best o my belief, the funeral belongs to th: gentleman or laJy that's iu the coffin. "Now. it is very much the same," con tinued Mr. Lincoln, "about the next - M Presidency. I can t say tor certain who will be the people's choice ; but to the best o my belief it will be tne succcssiu candidate." The question often recurs, "How p hall we send letters to prisoners m tne ConfeJeracv so that thev will reach their destination The following will answer vthe question : "Letters sent to prisoners and others witin the rebel lines, must not exceed in length one pace of a letter sheet, and must relate to merely personal and domesticmatters. lhcy must do sent, with live cents inclosed (in coin.') if to so to Richmond, and ten cents (in coin) if they are to go beyond tnat point, enclosed to the Commanding General Department of "Virginia, at Fortress Monroe. The letter for the prisoner must not be sealed." Persons having friends prisoners in the South should cut out and preserve this paragraph. IS?" The Galena Democrat tells of a man who, in a bugjry, was slowly passing a farm house, in the neighborhood of Warren, 111., one or the cold days the other week. The good woman of the house thiukiug that he must be very cold, called to him to come in and warm him self. He made no reply, but turning neither to the right or left, kept slowly by cn hi3 way. The lady fearing that the man would freeze knowing that there wa3 no house for five miles in the direc tion he was going requested her husband to follow h:m and induce him to stop and warm himself. He did so, and on coming up found him frozen stiff, deal, with whip in one hand and lines in the other. t,Whe any part of the body is fro zen, it should be kpt perfectly quiet till it i3 thawed out, which should be done as promptly a possible. A3 freezing takes place from the surface inwardly, so thawing should be the reverse order, from inside outwardly. The thawing out of a portion of flesh, without at the same time putting the blood from the heart into circulation through it, produces mortifica tion ; but by keeping the more external parts still congealed till the internal heat and the external blood gradually soften the more interior parts, and produce cir culation of the blood as fast as thawing takes pkee, most of the dangers are ob viated. SSf Army teamsters are proverbial for the scientific volubility with which they swear. A tcam3ter, with the Cumberland Array, not long ago got stuck in the mud, and he let fly a stream of profane epithets that would have astonished "Our Army in Flanders" even. A Chaplain, passing at the time., was greatly shocked. "My friend," said he to the teamster, "do you know who died for sinners?" "D n your conundrums. Don't you understand I am stuck in the mud I" J5Sf Perhaps every farmer is not aware that water for fattening swine is almost as essential as food. Some farmers feed swill liberally frequently hot, but never think of giving water. In the summer, thouzh the food of pigs is milk, they will revel ia a trough of eold water. A fatten ing hog, famished with plenty of cold water, and salted liberally, will probably fatten upon 25 per cent less corn than one deprived of those two essential condiments f his dry food: - B&? "What ia the reason that men never kiss each other, while the ladies waste a world of kisses oi feminine faces?" said the Captain to Gussie, the other day, up at Normal. ' Gussie cogitated a minute, and then answered, "Because, the men have something better to kiss, and the wo men havenV .The Captain "saw it" im mediately. JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY ISECmETJ AT TH "AELEG HANI AN"" OFFICE. HIGH St., EBENSBURG, PA HJBLICATION OFFICE Z DAVIS k JO-XES' BUILDING UP STATUS THUD DOOK BACK. 0 GIVE US A CALL. ANIC ARRANGEMENTS! SUGAR KETTLES, -10 to 40 gallons. COPPER KETTLES, 3 quarts to 40 gallons. TINWARE, till sorts aud kinds. SHEET- IRON WARE every variety. EXAM EL ED $ TINNED IRON WARE ZINC WASHBOARDS, for 25 cents, worth 37 cents. SAD IRONS, or SMOOTHING iRONS, all sizes and best quality, 5 to 6J cts per lb. COOKING STOVES, Trimmed compfete, with baking arrangements, $8 to $23. EGG STOVES, $4.50 to S13.u0. HEATING COOK STOVES, $3.00 to $8.00. BRADLEY COOKING STOVES, Patent, Graff k Co., Mitchell, Herron k Co., Abbot & Noble, A. J Gallagher's, and every- other Pittsburg or Philadelphia manufacturer's. Stoves always on hand or procured on 5 days' notice. . ODD PLATES AND GRATES for Stoves, always on hand. CARBON OIL LAMPS, 62 cts. to $1.25. Chimneys and Wicks for Lamp3 always on hand. SPOUTING, BEST QUALITY, pat up and PAINTED at 10 cents per foot. No extra charges for Elloics. s2, MINER'S LAMPS, . OIL CANS, POWDER CANS. all sizes constantly on hand. COFFEE 3IILLS, 37 cts. to S1.25, TOASTING FORKS, OYSTER BROILERS Jelly Cake Moulds, Table and Tea Spoons COAL BUCKETS, 35 cts. to $5.00. The above goods will be furnished WHOLESALE OR RETAIL, at the JOHNSTOWN STOVE k IIOUS -FURNISHING STORE, CANAL STREET, Opposite flic TTeigrli Lock. ASK FOR RANK W. nAY'S WAREHOUSE, aad save twenty per cent, on your purchases EITHER FOR CASH OR SCRIP. April 24, 18G2-tf GEORGE M. REED, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. Office in Colouade Row. Ebensburg Sept. 26, 106I-tf. ABRAHAM KOPELIN, Attorney at Law, Johnstown Pa. Office on Main street. rauc25.1859-tf PHILS. NOON, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Penh'a. Office two doors east of Thompson's Hotel. Angust 29, 1859.-ly B: 1. JOHSSTO.V. GEO. W. OATMAN . JOHNSTON k OATMAN, Attorneys at Law, bbensburg, Cambria county, Penna. Eg 015ce opposite the Court House. January 10, 1861:tf CYRUS ELDER, Attorney-at-Law Johnstown, Pa. Will practice in the several Court3 of Cambria, Somerset, and adjoining counties. Oflice same aa lately occupied by Linton and Noon, on Post Office corner up stairs. April 23 , JSti3-tr T S. BUNN, M. D., tenders his pro JLV fessional services to the citizens ot Eb ensburg. Office in Drug Store, on High St., opposite Thompson's Hotel. Ebensburg, August 25, 1859:tf. DR. J. M. M CLURE, Surgeon and Mechanical Dentist, respectfully offers his professional servicesto theladies and gen tlemen of Johnstown arrd vicinityof thisplace. Particular attention paid 'to diseases of the Mouth. Teeth extracted with electrical for ceps. Office in the old "lJxcnange," on Clinton street- Johnstown Aug. 25, r859 DENTISTRY. The undersigned, Graduate of the Bal timore College of Dental Surgery, respectfully offers his professional services to the citizens of Ebensburg. He has spared no means to thoroughly acquaint himself with every im provement in his art. To many years of per sonal experience, he has sought to- add the imparted experience of the highest authorities in Dental bcience. lie simply asks that an opportunity may be given for his work to speak- its own praise. SAMUEL BELFORD, D. D. S. (Office formerly occupied by Dr. J. Clark.) References: Prof. C. A. Harris ; T. E. Bond Jr.; W. R. Handy; A. A. BIandy,P. II. Aus ten, of the Baltimore College. EgZf Will be at Ebensburg on the fourth Monday of eneh moath, to stay one wiek. April i, I802tf UGH A. McCOY, Saddle and Harness Manufacturer EBENSBURG, PA. Office one door east of Davis, Jones k Co. 'a Store. . A large stock of ready-made Harness, Sad dles, Bridles, kc, constantly on hand and for sale cheap. Dec. 23, 1861-tf; rjMIE UNION FOREVER ! ! ' r. n. tudor & nuGn jones, Ilaving formed a partnership in the GRO CERY business, would respectfully call the attention of the people of Ebensburg and vi cinity to their large stock, which has been selected in the Eastern market with great care. Come and examine for yourselves I They cannot fail to please. Ourstock consists in part of the following articles, viz : White and Brown Su- Chewing and Smok'g gars, Tobacco, N. O. Molassses, Cigars, Snuff, Syrups, Candles, Soap, Rio Coffee, Clothe3, Market and Young Hyson, Imperial Fancy Baskets, and Black Teas, WasL-boards, Brooms, Spices of all kinds, Buckets, Measures, Butter, Sugar and Wa- Kealers, Churns, ter Crackers, Kegs, Dried Apples, Peaches, Hair and Wire Seivcs, Oranges and Lemons, Scrub, Shoe and Dus Fiss, Raisins, ting Brushes, Prunes, Citrons, Rope, Bed cords, Nuts of all kinds, Lines, Rope Halters, Ext. Ley and Coffee, Twine, Tye Yarn, Bowls, Fawcits, Butter Prints and La- Window Glass, dies, Ptuty, Arnold's Inks from 6 to An assortment of Es- 75cents per bottle, sences and Drugs, Shoe-findings, Pegs, Shovels,Spades,Hoes, Nails, Thread, Garden Hay Rakes, Sole Leather, Scythes and Snathes, Harvest Tools, Buck Saws and Nails, HayflF-Drks, Provision FLOUR, CORN and OAT MEAL, CHEESE, RICE, BACON, MACKEREL, HERRING, CODFISH, And all kinds of Liquors, Brand-, Gin, Wines, Old Rye and Common Whiskey, kc, kc. B, The above articles will be sold cheap for Cash or Country Produce, at Cash prices Ebensburg, May 9, 1861:tf NOTICE. ' Having associated with Ilugh Jones ii the Grocery business, 1 hereby give notice to all those having standing accounts with me, to come forward and settle the same. Feeling thankful to the citizens of Ebensburg and vi cinity for their former patronage, I would re spectfully solicit a continuance of the same, under the firm of Tudor and Jone3. R. II. TUDOR. N EW CHEAP CASH STORE ! ! ! "THAT'S WHAT'S THE MATTER l" E. J. MILLS k CO. beg leave to announce to the citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity that they have just received, at their new store room, on High street, a most complete assort ment of Spring and Summer Goods, consisting in part of the following articles : Dres3 Goods, Millinery Goods, Plain aud Fancy Silks, Embroideries, Housekeeping Good3, Gloves, Hosiery, Shawls, Laces, and so on, ad infinitum. Also: Boot3 and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Groceries, Hardware Queen3ware, Notions, Perfumery, Stationery, Flour, Bacon, Cheese, Mackerel, Herring and Cod Fish, Syrups and Molasse Iron and Nails, Glass, Salt, Oils, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, &c, &c kc In short not to dip further into tedious details they intend keeping A NUMBER ONE STORE, Where the comfort and convenience of a country community can be successfuly ca tered to. . By buying a large stock at a time, they ait, enabled to sell their good3 at a TRIFLING ADVANCE ON CITY PRICES. Roll in and see for yourselves. No charge for showing articles. Country Produce taken in exchange for goods. Ebensburg April 24, 18C2. w OOD, MORRELL & CO., Jons stow:;, Pa WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL KIXDS OF MERCHANDISE, Keep constantly on hand the following arti cles : DRY GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, CARPETIXGS, OIL-CLOTHS, CLOTHING, BONNETS, NOTIONS, ' HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, PROVISIONS, BOOTS SHOES, FISH, SALT, GROCERIES, ' 'FLOUR, BACON, FEED OF ALL KINDS, VEGETABLES, AC 3?" Clothing and Boots and Shoes madeo order on reasonableterms. Johnstown March 1 1860-tf. PATRONIZE YOUR OW,! 7ie Protection Mutual Fire Insurance Co., OF CAMBRIA COUNTY. LOCATED AT EBEN8BURG, PA. THE above, named Company, organized April 6th, 1857, will effect insurances on property at sate rates, lieiug particularly careful in the risks taken, this Company pre sents a reliable and cheap medium, through which persons may secure themselves against probable losses by fire. Office on Centre Street nearly opposite Thompson's "Mountain House." JOHN WILLIAMS, Prest. D. J. Jones, Sec'y. & Treas. A. A. BARKER, Agent. Aug. 25, 1859.-tf AYLOR & CREME'R, AT THE HUNTINGDON NURSERIES, Huntingdon, Pa. Sell Fruit & Ornamental Tress, Vines Ac. of better growth, larger size, and at lower prices than any of the Northern or Eastern Nurseries and warrant them true to name. Standard Apple trees at 18 J centa each $16 per 100. Peach trees, 15 to 20 cts each $12.50 to $15 per 10 Standard Pear trees, 50 to 15 cts oach. Dwarf Pear trees, 50$to$l each 20 to $6 . per 100 . Dwarf Apple trees, 50 to 75 cts each Standard Cherry trees 37 J to 75 cts Dwarf Cherry trees 50 to 75 f.ts. Plum trees 50- cts. Apricot trees 40 to 50 cts. Nectarine trees 25 cts each. Grape Vines 25 cts to $1. Silver Maple trees 62 J to $U European Ash, 75 to 1. . European Larch, 75 cts to 1.50 Norway Spruce, 50 cts to $1. American Balsam Pine, 75 cts to $1.50 American & Chinese Arbor Vita?, 50 ct $1.50 Strawberry Plants, $1 per 100, &c. sc. Huntington, Jan. 25, 1860.-tf.. ggp Subscribe fcr The Alleghanian. JgYRE & LANDELL, . FOURTH - AND ARCH ST&fc . PHILADELPHIA, ARE OPENING FOR FALL TRADE, " f rench Merinoes, Good Black Silks, Dark Figured Silks, New Plaid Silks, Balmoral Petticoats, Red, White and Blue Flannels, Shawls, Wholesale and Retail. October 15, 1863. . W. S. IIAVEIV, PLAIN and FANCY JOB PRINTER. STATIONEE, ' Blank Book Manufacturer, Book Binder, and dealer in every description of American and Foreign Papers, &c, &c. Corner of Wrood and Third streets, PITTS BURG, Pa; JEST" Agent for L. Johnson & o., Type Founders k Electrotypers, Philadelphia August 25, 1859:t.f C. EBY" & CO , . WHOLESALE GROCERS, 'And Commission Merchants, No. 522 Market st.betveen Fifth and Sixth. Philadelphia. We have constantly on hand a general as sortment of all kinds of fish, in large and small packages, which we will sell low for Cash or short credit Also, Duncannon Nails and Spike3 of all. sizes, constantly on hand and for sale at Manufacturer's prices. October 15, 1863. II. FRANCISCUSr No. 513 Market St., and 510 Commerce St., Phila. Wholesale Dealer in Cotton Laps, Carpet Chain, Wadding, Ropes, Wick, Tie Yarn, Brooms, Buckets, Baskets, Churns, Tubs, Brushes Looking-Glasses, &c, &c, &c. ic. SThe largest stock of the above Good.? in tho city, sold at the lowest nett cash prices Oct. 31, 1861-tf. T. LITTLE, SR. A3. TRIMBLE. LITTLE & TRIMBLE, WHOLESALE GROCERS, And Commission Merchants ; Dealers in Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese, Fish, Carbon and Lard Oil, Iron, Nails, Glass, Cotton Yarns, and Pittsburgh Manufactures generally, No. 112 Second Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. April 24, 1802-tf. M. W. FRY, with MOORE, LIGGET & CO., Importers and Jobbei3 of HOSIERY, GLOVES, TRIMMINGS, -- NOTIONS, &c. No. 223 Market Street, Opposite Bank St., Phildelphia. Constantly receiving Goods from Phil adelphia and New York Auctions. Oct. 24, 1801-tf SPRINGER HARBACGD. WM. H. WHITACRE. BENJAMIN F. PETIT. SPRINGER II ARB AUG II & CO. Wholesale Dealers in WOOL, HIDES, PROVISIONS and PRODUCE GENERALLY, No. 200 Liberty Street, April 24, 1862-tf. Pittsburgh, Pa. M LLOYD &CO., BANKERS 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, '5 9t J. R. ANDREWS. E. J. ALT1MCS. A. B. WILKINS. W. S. BM1TH. GEO. M. RIDDLE, with AXDREWSj WILKINS k CO. Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dy Goods, No. 503 Market street, fanl5, lB62tf PHILADELPHIA. 1TTLE & ADAMSON, SILKS AND DRESS GOODS, Shawls, Ribbons, Glove3, Dres3 Trimmings, White Good3, kc. No. 323 Market Street, Philadelphia. ARTHUR W. LITTLE. JOSEPH ADAMSON. Feb. 1 1, 1864-tf. JOHN A. WILSON. D- M'CANDLESS. JESSE W. CARR. WILSON, CARR, & CO. . (Late Wilson, Payne Co.) Wholesale Dealers in DRY GOODS, No. 94 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. April 21, 18G2-tf. T. MORRIS PEROT, EDWARD H. OGDEN. R BARKER, with T. MORRIS PEROT k CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. C21 Market street, above Sixth, and 612 Commerce street, Philadelphia. Nov. 28, 1861tf ATSON & JANNEY. importers and jobbers of SILKS AND FANCY DRESS GOODS, S1I AVLiS, &c:t &c-. 323 Market St., Philadelphia. Feb. 11, 18Cl-tf. IIEO. II. TI10DEN, with KLEE, KAUFMAN k CO. Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in CLOTHING, No. 80 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. April 24, 1862-tf. MARTIN BCEHLEB, R. H. HOWARD. BUEIILER & HOWARD, Importers and Dealers in Foreign 1 and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery, No. 411 Market St., Philadelphia. Nov. 28 1861tf JAMES GBAIT1H: S. J. THOMAS. Ci RAIIAM & THOMAS, WHOLESALE GROCERS, And Dealers in Hour, 157 Liberty street Pittsbcro, Penn'a. Dec26, 1861-tf "T7" C. MURPHY", with ". . TT H. CHILDS & CO., WHOLESALE BOOT.& SHOE WAREHOUSE No. 133 Wood street, May 8, 1862-tf- PITTSBRUG, Pa. IC. CALDWELL. IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN HOSIERY, GLOVES AND FANCY GOODS, 434 Market st. & 429 Merchant St., Feb. 11, 1864-tf. PHILADELPHIA. HcniLDS & CO. WHOLESALE SHOE WAREHOUSE, No. 133 Wood Street, Pittsburg, Pa. Have received an immense stock of Boots and Shoes suitable for Spring and Summer sales, comprising a full assortmemt of Staple and Fancy Goods, carefully selected with par ticular reference to the wants of the Western Trade, and due regard to durability and sizes, manufactured to order and warranted. Onr entire stock having been purchased and contracted for direct from the New Eug land manufacturers entirely for cash, during last Fall and WTinter, before the present advance prices on stock and we are enabled to offer Superior Inducements to cash or prompt time buyers, and are prepared to sell goods at les3 than New York or Philadelphia prices. We invite the attention of Merchants visit ing this city to examine our large and desira ble stock before purchasing elsewhere. ficrju Particular personal attention given to ORDERS. April. 9 tf II- CHILDS k CO. JOHN HEWITT, with Solomon Cans, WHOLESALE DEALER IN CLOTHING, No. 409 Market street, Philadelphia. JgSf This establishment has been, removed from No. 114 North Third street to the above location, where an extensive and seasonable assortment of Ready-made Clothing for Men and Boys, together with a carefully selected line of Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinetts, Vestings, Tailors' Trimmings, kc, is new ready for the trade. Any order entrusted by those who are un able to visit the city shall be executed as faithfully as if they were present. August 24, 1862. JAS. M. CONRAD. COATE8 WALTON. CONRAD & WALTON, Importers and Dealers in HARDWARE, CUTLERY Conrad k Walton's superior Steel Shovels, Conrad k Walton's, D'arling k Waldron'a SCYTHES, Mann's Beatty's k Hunt's Axes, kc kc. Nos. 623 Market St., 614 Commerce st, Oct. 15,'C3. Philadelphia. JAS. W. HIDDLE. JSO. C. SHERBORNE. WM. H. GILL. T IDDLE, GILL & CO. JLA Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS AND CARPETING, 438 Market St., below 5th, and 433 Merchant Street. PHILADELPHIA. May 1, 1862-tf. ISRAEL GOULD, with JOEL J.BAILY k CO. HOSIERY, SMALL WARES, WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, kc. 28 North 3d street, Philadelphia. JOEL J. BAILV, HENRY J. DAVIS, ELTON It. G1FFOBD, 8. W. VAN CULIS : February 18, 1864,13'. LEM. IIOLLIDAY, with NICKERSON, HARRIS k MOSELEV, Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES, No. 435 Market street, Philadelphia. JGSa)?- A largo assortment of City Made Work constantly on hand. jan7,lS64 c VUFFMAN & CHEW, Importers and Dealers in CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE, No. 21 North Fcurth Bt., Philadelphia. Oct. 15, 18G3. THOMAS P. JAMES, IMPORTER and WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, No 630 Market street, Philadelphia. October 15, 1863. w EST, SOUTIIWORTII & CO., Wholesale DeaUrs in BOOTS AND SHOES, No. 21 North Third street, Nov. 28, 1801. Philadelphia. c D. M'CLEES & Co., No. 133 North Third street, Philadelphia Wholesale dealers in Boots and Shoes. May 17 160 tf m RCADE HOTEL, Ebensburg, Pa. The subscriber, having leased, re-fitted and newly furnished the lEbensburg House," is prepared to accommodate his friends and the public generally. The House haa always been a favorite foi visitors during the Summer season, and I will spare no pain in making it an agreeable home for all sojourners. My Ta ble will nlways be luxuriously supplied from the markets of the country and the cities. My Bar will be filled with fiquors 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, and fully intending to deserve it, I hereby throw open my house to the public August 25, 1853:tf. HENRY FOSTER. AILROAD HOUSE, Wilmore, Cam bria county, Ta. (Near Penna. Railroad Station.) Jas. I). Hamilton, Proprietor An extensive Bowling saloon is connected with the House. The Table will be fur nished with the best the market affords, and the Bar supplied with the best of liquors, in cluding Ales and Lager from approved brew eries. Extensive and convenient Stibliksis attached to the premises. Wilmore, August 25, 185S:tf. ONTINENTAL HOTEL, Adjoining Penna. R. R. Depot, PITTSBURGH, PA. The most convenient place to stop in the City. Meals served at all hours. Terms moderate. J. II. CLARK k CO., Proprietors. April 24, 1862-tf. TTNION HOUSE, Ebensburg, Pa. xJ John A. Blair, Proprietor. Also, in connection, BLAIR k Co'e HACKS will leave the "Union House" for Wilmore station in time to take the Eastern and West ern trains. Every accommodation will be af forded to make passengers comfortable. August 25, 1859:tf. OUNTAIN HOUSE, Ebensburg, Pa Jas. A. Moore, Proprietor. The Table is always supplied with the choicest delicacies The Bar is supplied with choice liquors : and the Stable attended by careful hostlers. Boirders taken by the "jreek. month or year. . aug25,1859tf Subscribe for your County Paper. 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The Courts have decided, that reufslw to take periodicals from the office or remor ing and leaving them uncalled for, is priEI faciae vidence of intentional Fraud. JJROKE OUT IN A NEW PLAC :: BARGAINS! BARGAINS ! for EVERYBODY The subscriber takes pleasure in calling the attention of the citizens of CARROLL TOWN and vicinity to the fact tbat be bu just received, and is now opening, at tie eld stanl of Moore & Son, a large end varied stock of Drj- Goods, consisting in part of Satins, Velvets, Cloths, Cassimerei Doeskins, Sattinetts, Tweedi, Jeans, Tickings, Flannels, Brown k Bleached Muslins. &c DRESS GOODS 0 every ttyh. Together with an excellent stock of BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, BONNETS STATIONARY, HARDWARE, GROCERIES FISH, SALT, TRUNKS, CARrET-SACKS QUEENSWARE, NOTIONS, Ac, c, And, in fact, anything and everything usu!? kept in a No. 1 Country Store all of which will be disposed of at prices to suit the ticei. A.i U -fcAAill.NE GOODS ! Customers waited on by attentive cilfi men, and no charge for showing articles. EST Cherry, Poplar, Spruce, Pine. H other Lumber, Butter, Eggs, and Coua:? Produce generally, taken in exchange f.J Goods. A. A. BARKER May 29, 18C2-lf I It T WiTMEit's Burner. Lancaster Tp. July 30, 1800. Messrs. Evans an d Watsox : Gextlexex The small size No. 1 Salamander safe -atbicb I purchased from your agent, Mr. Adua K. Ba-r, in Lancaster City, on July 20th, Iti'i has been subjected to a very serere tt.;t, which it withstood in a most satisfacto? manner. This Safe, containing all ej books together with ra'able papers belorgin? to myself and some to my neighbors and frifads, andrepreseting a value of over Twenty Thous and Dollars, ($20,000) was in my Mill was destroyed on the nig'jt of the 27th of lv. lftfiO And nns5frt thir.nfrh the ficrT 0Ti unscathed. The Safe wai on the second fio" and fell to the basement 01 the Mill, dwU subjected for six hours to an intense he among the ruLts, which was greatly incrca-1 by the combustion of a large quantity of p- confined within the brick walls. After ttf fire the safe was opened and the books papers taken out in a state of perfect rre5f'" ration, .the paper not even being discolor This fact was, however, to many bysun' a" better recommendation of your Sa'es t could be expressed in any other words u me. Yours Respectfully, sel3 SAMUEL RA.NCK-. IguA large asportment of the aboveqa itv of Fire and Thief Proof Safes alw: e 1 . . . . i anrd.B' nana ana ior saie at as low ra-.es -v firm, at EVANS k WATSON'S, No. 16 South Fourth St., Philadelpl TINWARE! Jg(j4, 18C4. S1IEET-IRON WARE. corrER J. & II. lIEItRIXTO v Desire to call the attention of the P'jL, their new TIN SHOP now opened in "f 'j brick building on the corner of Franklin streets opposite the Mansion t and next to the Banking house f BeI1' "e k Co., Johnstown Pa., where they Pu t manufacturing all kinds of ' TIN, SflEET-IRON AND COrrtu t. Their work will be made by the bew jt men an d of the best materials. Tiiey termined to sell all kinds of wre cheapest rates, wholesale and retail. ,(i P. S. All orders for SPOCTIG tt,, to on the shortest notice and on rc terms. Johnstown, December 82ZZ----' Blanks of all kinds printed at t