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Educational Department.
MH communication intended for this column
.thould b addressed to Ths Alleghanian.
JIow to Teach Notation. We sub
mit, to "those . interested, the followiqg
method of- teaching Rotation both of
rflmmon numbers and of decimals to
young pupils. "SVith children of ordinary
ability, we have always found the plan to
succeed. Of course the pupil is supposed
to be tolerably well acquainted with the
various orders of units, ten?, hundreds,
kc. ' . "
After, the class are properly arranged
at the blackboard, let the teacher bid
them write, eight ciphers cumbered in
order from the right, as follows :
876 5 43 21
' . 0 0 0 0 00 0 .0
Then let the ensuing conversation take
place : Teacher "Write two in the first
column. Now, what does the two signi
fy? Is it two units, two tens, or two
hundreds?" Class "Two units." '-Now,
put down a cipher in the second column
jftjd three in the third. How much do
the three figures signify ?" Class "Three
hundred and two." Three hundred and
two what?" Class "Units." Teacher
"Well, let's see if we can express three
hundred and two in another way. A fig
ure in the first column is of what order V
Class "Units." "A figure iu the second
column?" Class "Tens." "A figure
in the third?" Class "Hundreds."
Teacher "Hub out the two figures on
the right. Now in what order is the g
.uxo three in thethird column?" Class
"Hundreds." Teacher "Eight. Now,
suppose you rub out the three, and put
down two in the second column. Well,
what does the two signify ?" Class
Two tens." Teacher "Hub out the
I wo, and put down a cipher. What does
the cipher signify no what ?" Class
"No tens." Teacher "Eight. Now, in
the first column place the figure two.
What doe3 it denote ?" Class "Two
units." Teacher "Then three in the
third or hundreds column expresses three
what?" Class "Three hundreds."
Teacher "What "docs the cipher in the
second or tens column denote?" . Class
-"Tens." Teacher "How many tens?"
Class "No tens." Teacher "Well, the
two in the first column ?" Class "Two
units." . Teacher "Then how may you
read the the three in the first column ?"
Class ''Three hundreds." Teacher
"The cipher in the second ?" Class
"Nj tens." Teacher "The two in the
first ?" Class "Two . units." Teacher
"Then instead of saying three hundred
and two, what may you say?" Class
"Three hundreds, no tens, and two units'
The next step will be to show the ne
cessity of filling the vacant orders with
ciphers.. To do this, the teacher may ask
cither the class or one of its members to
designate say the column of tens of thous
ands. This done, let him tell the cla?s to
write 5026. :Perhaps some' will leave
out the cipher. "If -not, he himself may
write it, omitting the cipher. The class
will readily see'that with.the cipher omit
ted it reads five hundred and twenty-six.
The; teacher may then ask the class for
the column of tcn3 of thousands. This
found, he should show that omitting the
cipher throws the five into, the third or
hundreds column, and that the cipher must
be retained to designate that there, .are no
hundreds. Whenever practice is to be
given in Notation, let ciphers be written
as before shown. The class will soon
become acquainted with the various col
umns of hundreds, thousands, &c, and
will make but few mistakes. Iu our ex
perience, we have found no other method
of teaching Notation as good a this one.
JOB WOIIK
OF ALL KINDS
.NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY
EXECUTED
at tub
"ALLEGIIANIAN" OFFICE
HIGH St.", EBENSBURG, PA
PUBLICATION OFFICE :
DAVIS k JONES' BUILDING UP STAIRS
THUD DOOR BACK, :
-O-
fUVE t;s A CALL.
ANIC ARRANQEMENTS!
- fiUGAB KETTLES,
10 to 40 gallons.
. COPPER KETTLES,'.
3 quarts to 40 gallona.
TINWARE,
all sorts and kind3.
SHEET- irvON "WARE every variety.
ENAMELED $ TIXXED IROX WARE
ZINC "WASHBOARDS,
for 25 cents, worth 37 cents.
SAD IRONS, or SMOOTHING IRONS,
all sizes and best quality, 5 to 6J eta per lb.
COOKING STOVES,
Trimmed complete, with baking arrangements,
5 to $23. ..
EGG STOVES, 4.50 to SIS.uO.
I1EAT1XG COOK STOVES, $3.00 to $8.00.
BRADLEY COOKING STOVES, Patent, -GrafT
& Co., Mitchell, Ilerron & 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, C2 cts. to $1.25.
Chimneys and Wicks for Lamp9 always on
band. '
SPOUTING,
BEST QUALITY, put up and PAINTED at
10 cents per foot.
5? Ab extra charges for Elbows0
MINER'S LAMPS,
OIL CANS.
POWDER CANS,
all sizes constantly on hand.
COFFEE MILLS, 37 cts. to S1.25.
TOASTING FORKS, OYSTER BROILERS
Jelly Cake Moulds, Table and Tea Spoons
COAL BUCKETS, 35 cts. to $3.00.
The above goods will be furnished
WHOLESALE Oil RETAIL,
. at the '
JOHNSTOWN STOVE & HOUS -FURNISHING
STORE,
i : "
' CANAL STREET,
Opposile flic Weigli JLocIi.
ASK FOR .
RANK W. HAY'S WAREHOUSE,
and save twenty per cent, on your purchases
EITHER FOR CASH OR SCRIP.
April 24, 18C2-tf - '
GEORGE M. REED, Attorney at Law,
Ebensburg, Pa. Office in Colonade Row.
Ebensburg Sept. 26, lOGl-tf.
ABRAHAM KOPELIN, Attorney
at Law, Johnstown Pa.: Office on Main
street. ... raug25,1859-tf
PniL S. NOON, Attorney at Law,
Ebensburgi ; Penn'a. Office two " doors
east of Thompson's Hotel.
August 29, 1850.-ly ..
R. L. JOHXSTOX. - GEO. W. OATMAN.
JOIkNSTON & OATMAN,
, Attorney at Law,
iibensourg, uaniona county, renna. .
"Sgie. Office opposite the Court House.
' ' ' January 10, 1861:tf
CYRUS ELDER, Attorney-at-Law
Johnstown, Pa. Will practice, in th
several Court3 of Cambria, Somerset, and
adjoining counties. ; ..
Office same as lately occupied by Linton
and Noon, on Post Office corner up stairs. .,
April 23, 18C3-tf ' . , . ...
ES. BUNN, M. D., tenders his pro
fessional services to the citizens ot Eb
ensburg. Office in Drug Store, on High st.,
opposite Thompson's Hotel. . , .
Ebensburg, August za, iooy:tr. .
DR. J.M. M CLURE, Surgeon and
Mechanical Dentist, respectfully offers
his Drofessioncl services to theladies and gen
tlemen of Johnstown and vicinity of thisplace.
Particular attention paid to diseases of the
Mouth. Teeth extracted with electrical for
ceps. Office in the old "Exchange," on Clinton
street. Johnstown Aug. 25, 1859.
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 manjryears of per
sonal experience, he has sought to add the
imparted experience of the highest authorities
in Dental Science. - He simply asks that an
opportunity may be given for his work to
speak its own praise. .- i
SAMUEL CELFORD, D. D. S.
(Office formerly occupied by Dr. J. Clark.)
Reference; Prof. C. A. Harris ; T. E. Bond
Jr.; W. R. Handy; A. A. BIandy,P. II. Aus
ten, of the Baltimore College.
' Bgsr Will be at : Ebensburg on the fourth
Monday of each month, to stay one WJek.
April J,.18G2tf : . .
UG11 A. MoOOY, -., ... ,
Saddle and Harness Manufacturer
, ; EBENSBURG, PA.
Office one door east of Davis, Jones & Co.'a
Store- . . . ... - ,
A large stock of ready-made Harness Sad
dles, Bridles, Ac, constantly on hand and for
sale cheap. Dec. 25, 1 851 tf;
rjHE UNION FOREVER I !. "
I . R- II. TUDOR & HUGH JONES,
Having 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 !
They cannot fail to please. Our stock consists
in part of the following articles, viz :
White and: Brown Su- Chewing and Smok'g
gars
Tobacco,
N. O. Molassses,
Cigars, Snuff,
Candles, Soap,
Clothes, Market and
: Fancy Baskets,
Washboards, Brooms,
Buckets, Measures,
Kealers, Churns,
Syrups, :
Rio Coffee,
Young Hyson, Imperial
and Black Teas,
Spices'of all kinds.
Butter, Sugar and Wa-
tcr Crackers,
Kegs,
Dried Apples, Peaches, Hair and Wire Seives,
Oranges and Lemons, Scrub, Shoe and Dus-
Fie3, Raisins,
ting BrushesJ
Prune?, Citrons,
Nuts of all kinds, r
Ext. Ley and Coffee, .
Bowls,
Butter Prints and La
dles, V
Arnold's Inks from 6 to
75cents per bottle,
Shoe-findings, Pegs,
Nails, Thread,
Sole Leather, '
Harvest Tools, i.
Rope, Bed cords,
Lines, Rope Halters,
Twine, Tye Yarn,
Fawcits,
Window Glass,
Ptuty,
An assortment of Es
sences and Drugs, -Shovels,Spades,Hoes,
Garden a Hay Rakes,
Scythe3 and Snathes,
Buck Saws and Nails,
Provision
Hay Forks,
FLOUR, CORN and OAT MEAL,
CHEESE, RICE, BACON,
MACKEREL, HERRING, CODFISH,
And all kinds of Liquors, Brandy, Gin, Wines,
Old Rye and Common Whiskey, &c, &c.
B$FAThe above articles will be sold cheap
for Cash or Country Produce, at Cash prices
Ebensburg, May 9, 1861:tf
NOTICE..
Having associated with Hugh Jones in
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 Jons.
R. II. TUDOR.
N
EW CIII;AP CASH STORE ! ! !
. "THAT'S WHAT'S THE MATTEIE'
E. J. MILLS & 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 and
Fancy Silks, Embroideries, Housekeeping
Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, Shawls, Laces, and
so on, ad infinitum. ' -
Also : . . -.- . . .
' Boots and Shoes, nats, Caps, Bonnets,
I Groceries, Hardware Queensware,
! . 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 ftr
In short not to dip further into tedious
details ihey intend keeping
A NUMBER ONE STORE, "
Where the comfort amf convenience of n
country community can be successfuly ca
tered to.
By buying a large stock at a time, they art
enabled to sell their good3 at a
TRIFLING ADVANCE ON CITY PRICES.
Roll in and see for yourselves. No charge
for showing articles. .
Bf Country Produce taken in exchange
for good3.
. Ebensburg April 24, 18G2.
.XSTOOD, MORRELL & CO.,
T F -.! Johxstowk, Pa
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
! IS ALL KIXDS OF MERCHANDISE,
Keep constantly on hand the following arti-
DRY GOODS,
CARPETINGS,
IIxVTS AND CAPS,
OIL-CLOTnS,
BONNETS,
HARDWARE,
PROVISIONS,
CLOTHING,
NOTIONS,
QUEENSWARE,
i BOOTS a SHOES,
GROCERIES, .
FISH, SALT,
FLOUR, BACON,
PEED OF ALL KINDS, VEGETABLES, AC.
: Clothing and Boofs and Shoes madeo
order on reasona,bleterms. ,
Johnstown March 1 18G0-tf.
PATROXIZE YOUR. OUTIS !
IPie lrotecti'on Mutual Fire ' Insurance Co.,
OF CAMBRIA BOUNTY.
LOCATED AT EBENSBUUG, PA.
THE above named Company, organized
April Cth, 1857, will effect insurances on
property at. safe rates.' Being particularly
careful in the risk3 taken, this Company pre
sents a reliable and .cheap medium, through
which persons may secure themselves against
probable losses by fire. - 1
. Office on Centre Street nearly opposite
Thompson's "Mountain House."
JOHN WILLIAMS, Prest. .
,D. J. Joxes; Sec'y.- & Treas.'
A. A. BARKER, Agent.
Aug. 25, 1859.-tf . : ,
T
TAYLOR &CREMER,
AT THE HUNTINGDON NURSERIES,
' ' . 1 HcJmxGDOs, Vs..
Sell Fruit & Ornamental Tress, Vines &c. of
better growth, larger size, and atlower prices
than any of the Northern or Eastern Nurseries
and warrant them true to name. . . ...
Standard Apple trees at 18 cents each
$16 per 100.'" ' '
Peach trees, 15 to 20 cts each $l2.5(f to
$15 per 10
Standard Pear trees, 50 to 75 cts bach.
Dwarf Pear treos, 50$ to$l each 20 to $6
per 100 : - - ) '- i
" Dwarf Apple trees, 50 to 75 cts each - -
Standard Cherry trees 37$ to 75 eta
Dwarf Cherry trees 50 to 76 cts. ,
Plum trees 50 cts.
Apricot trees 40 to 50 cts. ;
Nectarine trees 25 cts each. ; ' .
Grape Vines 25 cts to $lfV. .'.-.
Silver. Maple trees 62 J to $1. ; t
European Ash, 75 to 1. :
European Larch, 75 cts to 1.50
Norway Spruce, .50. cts to $1. II ; " . : 'i
American Balsam Pine, 75 cts to $1.50
American 4; Chinese Arbor Vitae, 50 eti ,
$1.50 '
. Strawberry Tlants, $1, per 100,. &c. c. , :
Huntington, Jan. 25, 1860.-tf.. " : ;
J abscribo fcr The Allrghanian.
gYRE k L ANDELL, L . ,
FOURTH
AND ARCH STS.,
PHILADELPHIA; :
A RE OPENING FOR FALL TRADE, 1
. ; . French Merinoes, :
' Good Black Silks,
. ",r Dark Figured Silks,
New Plaid Silks,
Balmoral Petticoats,'
- HedfWhite and Blue Flannels,
Shawl3, Wholesale and Retail.
October 15, 1863. -
W. S.IIATEX,
TLAIN and FANCY JOB PRINTER.
JL . STATIONER,
Blank Booh Manufacturer, Book Binder
rinoisr in ever? description c
Of
. American and Foreign Papers, &c, ic.
Corner of Wood Jind Third streets, PITTS
BURG, Pa. '
Agent for L. Johnson & Co., xype
Founders" Electrotypers, Philadelphia
- August 25, 1859:t.f
EC. EBY & CO ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
And Commission Merchants,
No. 522 Market st.,"between Fifth and Sixth.
" Philadelphia.
We have constantly on hand a general as
sortment of all kind3 of fish, in large and
smill packages, which we will sell low for
Cash or short credit- - Also, Duncannon Nail3
and Spike3 of all sizes constantly on hand
and for sale at Manufacturer's prices.
October 15, 1863,
II. FRANCISCUS,
" No. 513 Market St.,
akd 510 Commerce St., Pitila.
Wholesale Dealer in Cotton Laps, Carpet
Chain, Wadding, Ropes, Wick, Tie Yarn, .
Brooms, Buckets, Baskets, Churns,
Tubs, Brushes Looking-Glasses,
he.
kc.
AC.
The largest stock of the above Good.?
iD the city, sold at the lowe&t nett cash -prices
Oct. 31, 1861-tf. .
1 -
T. LITTLE, SR. JAS. 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 Sired, Pittsburgh, Ba.
April 24, 1862-tf.
M. W. FRY, with
MOORE, LIGGET & CO.,
Importers and Jobbeis of -HOSIERY,
GLOVES, TRIMMINGS,
NOTIONS, &e:
No. 223 Market Street, Opposite Bank St.,
Phildelphia.
Constantly .receiving Goods from Phil
adelphia and New York Auctions.
Oct. 2i, 1861-tf ' .
SPRISGER HARRAtJGH. WM. H. WHITACBE.
BENJAMIN F. PETIT.
STRINGER IIARBAUGII & CO.
Wholesale Dealers in
WOOL, niDES, PROVISIONS asb 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 St
J. B. ANDREWS.
K. J. ALTIMXS.
m A. B. WIKISS.
w. y. SMITH.
GEO. M. RIDDLE, with
ANDREWS, WILKINS & CO.
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 503 Market street,
fanlS, 18G2tf - PHILADELPHIA.
LITTLE & ADAMSON,
- SILKS AND DRESS GOODS
Shawl3, Ribbons, Gloves, Dress Trimmings,
: . White Goods, &c. .
No. 325 Market Street, Riladelphin.
ARTHUR W. LITTLE." JOSEPH ADAMSOS.
Feb. 11 18C4-tf. . -
JOHS A. WILSOS. J). ll'CAXDLESS.
JESSE W. CARR.
"TTriXSON, CARR, & CO.
V (Late Wilson, Payne y Co.)
Wholesale Dealers in DRY GOODS,
No. 94 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
April 24, 1862-tf.
T. MORRIS PEROT, EDWARD II. OGDEN.
R BARKER, with
. T. MORRTS PEROT & CO.,.
Wholesale Drkffgists,
No. 621 Market street, abovo Sixth, and 612
Commerce street, Philadelphia.
Nov. 28, 1861tf
ATSON & J ANNE Y.
importers asd jobbers of
SILKSAND FANCY DRESS GOODS,
; : : ' SHAWLS, &c:, &c. .
323 Market st., Philadelphia.
Feb. 11, 1864-tf. ' . .
nEO, II. THODEN, with '
KLEE, KAUFMAN & CO.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
CLOTHING,
No. 80 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
? Annl 24, 1862-tf. - ;
MARTIN bceuler.
R. H. HOWARD.
BUEHLER & HOWARD,
-Importers and Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery,
, - No. 441 Market St., Philadelphia.
Nov. 28 1861tf , ;
JAMES GRAHAM; B.J.THOMAS.
GRAHAM & THOMAS,
- ? " WHOLESALE GROCERS,
. , ii . And Dealers in Flour, .
! ; 157 Liberty street Pittsbcro, Tenn'a.
Dec26, 1861-tf . sy ; , . .. - - '
C. MURPHY, with
m . H. CHILDS & CO.,
WHOLESALE BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE
: !: :,'. No. 133 Wood street, . - .
. May 8, 1862-ttv; : :PITTSBRUG, Pa.
IC. CALDWELL, .1 , -r :
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IS
HOSIERY, GLOVES AND FANCY GOODS,
434 Market sC& 429 Merchant St..
' Feb. 11, 1864-tf; : PHlLAPELriHA.
CHILDS & CO.
0 W UliVJJ HAHiiuuvuii,
No-1-33 Wood Street,
Pittsburg, Pa.
. nave -received an immense stock of Boots
and Shoes suitable (ox Spring Ani. Summer
sales, comprising a full assortmcmt of Staple
and Fancy Goods, carefully selected with par
ticular reference to the wants of the Western
Trade, nd due regard to durability and sizes,
manufactured to order and warranted. ,
Our entire stock having been purchased
and contracted for direct from the New Eng
land manufacturers entirely for cash, during
last Fall , and Winter, before the present
advance price3 on stock and we are enabled
to offer Superio'r Inducements to cash or
prompt timcbuyers, and are prepared to sell
goods at less 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. .
Bg, Particular personal attention given to
ORDERS.
April. 9 tf H. CHILDS & CO.
JOHN HEWITT, with
Solomon Gans,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN CLOTniNG,
No. 409 Market street,
' Philadelphia.
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, &c, is new ready for the
trade.
Any order entrusted by those who are un
able to visit the city shall be executed a3
faithfully as if they were present.
August 24, 1862.
JAS. 31. CONRAD. COATES WALTON.
CONRAD & WALTON,
Importers and Dealers in
. HARDWARE, CUTLERY
Conrad & Walton's superior Steel Shovels,
Conrad & Walton's, Darling & Waldron's
SCYTHES,
Mann's Be'atty's & Hunt's Axes, &c.&c.
Nos. 623 Market'st., 614 Commerce Et,
. Oct. lS.'OS. Philadelphia.
JAS. W. RIDDLE. JSO. C. SHERBORNE.
WM. H. GILL.
TWIDDLE, GILL & CO.
XV 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.BATLY k CO.
HOSIERY, SMALL WARES.
WHITE GOODS. EMBROIDERIES, &c. .
23 North 3d street, Philadelphia.
JOEL 3. BA1LY, - HENRY J. DAVIS,
ELTON B. GIFFOUD, S. W. VAN CCLIS:
February 18, 18C4,ly.
F
LEM. IIOLLIDAY, with
NICKERSON. HARRIS & MOSELEY,
Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 435 Market street, Philadelphia.
JCgf A large assortment of City Made Work
constantly on hand. jan7,lS64
AUFFMAN & CHEW,
Importers and Dealers in
CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
No. 21 North Fcurth St., Philadelphia.
"Oct. 15, 18G3.
THOMAS P. JAMES,
IMPORTER and
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST,
No 630 Market street, Philadelphia.
October 15, 1863.
WEST, SOUTHWORTII & CO.,
Wholesale Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 21 North Third street,
Nov. 28, 1861... Philadelphia.
C
D. M'CLEES & Co.,
No. 133 North Third street,
Philadelphia
Wholesale dealers in Boots and Shoes.
May 17 I860 tf ;
T AILROAD HOUSE, Wilmore, Cam
JlA bria county, Pa. (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 Stabling is
attached to the premises. '
. Wilmore, August 25, 185S:tf.
CONTINENTAL HOTEL,
. Adjoining Penna. R. R. Depot,
PITTSBURGH,
PA.
The most convenient place to stop
Citv. Meals served at . all hours.
in the
Terms
moderate...
J. -II. CLARK & CO., Proprietors
April 24, 1802-tf.
TTNION HOUSE,
Ebensbunr,
Fa.
John A. Blair, Proprietor,
, Also, in connection, BLAIR & Co's 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.
MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Ebensburg, Pa
Jas. A. Moore, Proprietor.
The Table is always supplied with the
choicest delicacieB The Bar is supplied with
choice liquors : and the Stable attended by
careful hostlers. Boarders taken by the -xeek,
month or year. aug25,1859tf ,
CABINET WARE-ROOM.
EVAN S re- -
spectfully, in-
forms.thc citizens of
Ebensburg, and Cam
oria county general-?
iy, tnat lie nas. on:
hand and for sale, at
his ' Ware-room, one
square west of Blair's
Hotel, a large and
plendid assortment of FURNITURE, which
he will sell very cheap.' COFFINS made to
order on the shortest notice and at reasona
ble, prices. 4 Ebensburg, Oct.' 6, 1859: -
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JJROKE OUT IX A NEW PLACE!
T 1T1P1 TVQ I IMTlf IVO 1 rrrnvn...
The subscriber takes pleasure in callirr
the attention of the citizens of CARROLL
TOWN and vicinity to the fact that he hst
just received, and is now opening, at the old
stand of Moore & Son, a large and rami
stock of
Dry Goods,
consisting in part of
Satins, Velvets, Cloths, Cassimerei
Doeskins, Sattinetts, Tweedsr
. Jeans, Tickings, Flannels,
Brown & Bleached
Muslins, ic
DRESS G O ODS of every ttyle.
Together with an excellent stock of
BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, CAPS,
- BONNETS
STATIONARY,
' HARDWARE,
GROCERIES1
FISH, SALT,
TRUNKS,
CARPET-SACKS
QUEENSWARE,
NOTIONS, '
And, in fact, anything and everything nsnaiV
Kepi in a .o. 1 country atore-aIl t wnica
will be disposed of at prices to f uit the tices.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS !
Customers waited on by attentive
men, and no charge for showing articles.
Jg? Cherry, Poplar, Spruce,' ; Pine,
other Lumber, Butter, Eggs, aid Coast?
Produce generally, taken in. exchnnpe fa'
Goods. A. A.' BARKER.
May 29, 1862-tf -
A
CARD. . .
WiTMEit's Beidgs,
Lancaster Tp. July 30, 18tJJ.
Messes.-Evaxs asd Watsox : GkntlehW
The small size No. 1 Salamander safe Trait!1
I purchased from your agent, Mr. Adan
Barr, in Lancaster City, on July 2vth, 1S;?
has been subjected to a very sercre test,
which it withstood in a roost satisfactcry
manner. This Safe, containing all my boats,
A .1 1.1. . "1. &Tnr-irf tO
myself and some to my neighbors andfrie5
andrcpreseting a value of over Twenty Tlie
and Dollars, ($20,000) was in my MilUSj"
was destroyed on the night of the 27th wJ"
ly, 1 1860, and passed thiough the erj crew
unscathed." The Safe was on the second ""
and fell to the basement 01 the .miii, .
subjected for cix hours to an intense at
among the rui.ts, which wasgreatly i0" ;t
by the combustion of a large quantity
confined within the brick walls. After
fire the safe was opened and the looks
papers lateen oui in a siaie 01 jcn.- r .
This fact was, however, to many kJrj
a better recommendation of your Sa .
... .1 Try
could be expressed in any omcr ww
me. . ' Yours Respectfully,
el3 . SAMCELRA-NCK.
hMM 1 n. I 1' C!3 B a 2 U X 1, AAA . U H J " .
hand and for sale at as low rates a
firm, at .: : EVANS & WATSON S,
V No. 16 South Fourth St., rhiladelpH
- .-rOtDC
IQftA TINWARE!
a v-kX 1 ' It
i' iiiukuu o nutria vp'uiy 11
and next to the Banking house of ben
it! 1 :1 hA ki Hnkiv .
4 . Co., Johnstown Pa., where tbfj P'
manufacturing all kinds of
TIN, SnEET-IRON ' AND CUl'i
Their work will be made by - fLrTL trtit
mtu nun ui iuc uce AAA-- t
.a vi arr his. . . t
tPrTnin.! to sell all kinds of ww .
i a. a - ..kAUeQ a anil i c - j,
XT. O. All oruns - --ft80B'
r i ii .- rill a ' - . Ti
to on the shortest notice ana v
; Johnstown, December ?, IS-1
Blanks of )tinds printed at tb c.'

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