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Waste and "Want. Mrs. Ilastell, in
her "Household Encyclopaedia," enumer
ates a ioog list of small household leaks,
which we commend to the careful atten
tion of every housekeeper :
Much waste is experienced in the boil
Idet, etc., of meats. Unless watched the
cook will throw out the water without let
ting it cool to take off the fat, or scrapo
the dripping-pan into the swill-pail. The
grease is useful in many ways. It can be
burned in lamp, mixed with lard ; or
when no pork has been boiled with it,
mide iuto candles. When pork has been
boiled alone, it will do to try cakes, it
cleansed. Again, bits of meat ars thrown
out, which would make hashed meat or
hash. The flour is fifted in a wasteful
manner, or the bread-pan left with the
dough sticking to it. Pie-crust is left,
and laid by to sour, instead of making a
few tarts for tea. Cake batter is thrown
out because but little left.
Cold puddings arc considered good for
nothing, when oftentimes they can be
steamed for the next day, or. as in the
case of rice, made over in other forms.
Vegetables are thrown away that would
warm for breakfast nicely. Dish-cloths
are thrown where mice can destroy them.
Soap is left in water to dissolve, or more
used than is necessary. If Bath brick,
whiting, rotten-stone, &c, are used, much
is wasted uselessly. The scrub-brush is
left in water, pails scorched by the stove,
tubs and barrels left in the sun to dry and
fall apart, chamber-pails allowed to rust,
tins not dried, and ironware rusted : nice
knives used for cooking in the kitchen ;
silver spoons used to scrape kettles, or
iorks to toast bread. Rinsing of sweet
meats, and skimmings of syrup, which
make good vinegar, are thrown out j cream
is allowed to mould and spoil; mustard to
dry in the pot, and vinegar to corrode the
castor ; tea, roasted coffee, pepper, and
spices, to stand open and lose their
The molasses jug loses its cork and tho
flies take possession. Sweetmeats are
opened and forgotten. Vinegar is drawn
in a basin and allowed to stand until both
basin and vinegar are spoiled. Sugar is
spilled from the barrel, coffee from the
sack and tea from the ehest. Different
sauces are rcade too sweet, and both sauce
and sugar wasted. Dried fruits have not
been taken care of in season, and become
wormy. The vinegar on pickles loses its
strength or leaks out, and the pickles be
come soft. Potatoes iu the cellar grow,
and the sprouts are not removed until
they becomo worthless. Apples decay
for want of looking over. Pork spoils for
want of salt, and the beef because the
brine wants scalding. Hams become
tainted or filled with vermin, for want of
the righi protection. Dried beef becomes
so hard it cannot be cut; cheese molds,
and it is eaten by mice or vermin ; lard is
not well tried iu the fall, and becomes
tainted ; butter spoils for want of being
well made at first.
Bones are burned that would make
soap; ashes are thrown out carelessly, en
dangering the premises and being wasted.
Servants leave a light burning when they
are nil out of an evening. Clothes are
whioped to pieces in the wind, fine cam
brics rubbed on the boarU, and laces toru
in starching. Brooms are never hung up,
and good ones are spoiled. Carpets are
ewept with stubs hardly fit to scrub the
kitchen, and good new brooms used for
Hcrubbin!?. Towels are used in place of
holders, and good sheets to iron on, tak
ing a tresh one every week, thus scorch
ing nearly all in the house. Fluid, it used,
is left uncorked, endangering the house
and wastiug the alcohol. Caps are left
from lamps, rcudering the fluid worthless
by evaporation. Table-linen is thrown
carplessly down and eaten by mice, or put
away damp ani is mildewed, or the fruit
stains are forgotten and the stains washed
Table cloths and napkins are used as
dish wipers j mats forgotten to be put un
der hot dishes ; teapots melted by the
stove ; water forgotten in pitchers and al
lowed to freeze in winter; slops for cows
and pigs never saved ; china used to feed
cats and dogs on ; and in many other ways
a careless and inexperienced housekeeper
will waste, without heeding, the hard
earned wages of her husband ; when she
Tcally thinks because 6he buys no fine
clothes, makes the old ones last, and cooks
plainly she is a most superior housekeep
er. The next; time an unthinking hus
band is disposed to be severe because some
trifling matter has been neglected, he
should "put that in hi? pipo and smoke
OF ALL KINDS
NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY
"ALLEG II ANI AN" OFFICE,
10 to 40 gallons.
' 3 quarts to 40 gallons.
all sorts aiid kind9.
SHEET- IRON "WARE every vailety.
ENAMELED TINNED IRON WARE
for 25 cents, worth 37 cents.
SAD IRONS, or SMOOTHING iRONS,
nil sizes and best quality, 5 to 6 cts per lb
Trimmed complete, with baking arrangements,
$8 to $23.
EGG STOVES, $4.50 to SIS.uO.
HEATING COOK STOVES, S3. 00 to $8.C0
BRADLEY COOKING STOVES, Patent,
Graff & Co., Mitchell, Ilerron 4 Co.,
Abbot, A; Noble, A. J Gallagher s,
and every other Pittsburg or Philadelphia
manufacturer s. - "
Stoves alwavs on hand or procured on 5
ODD PLATES AND GRATES for Stoves,
always on hand.
CARBON OIL LAMPS, 62 cts. to $1.25.
Chimneys and Wicks for Lamps always on
BEST QUALITY, put np and PAINTED at
10 cents per foot.
jCsST AT. extra charges for Elhoics.
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, 35J cts. to $5.00.
The above goods will be furnished
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
JOnNSTOWN STOVE 4 HOUSE-FURNISHING
Opposite lite TVelgli Lock
RANK W. HAY'S WAREHOUSE,
and save twenty per cent, on your purchases
EITHER FOR CASH OR SCRIP.
April 24, 1862-tf
GEORGE M. REED, Attorney at Law,
Ebensburg, Pa. Office in Colonade Row.
Ebensburg Sept. 26, 1061-tf.
RRA1IAM KOPELIN, Attorney
at Law, Johnstown Pa. Office on Main
Justice of the Peace.
Office on High Street, East Ward, Ebens
burg. Pa. April 13, 1865-Gm.
ENS IONS PROCURED,
And Bounty and Bach ray collected by
J. F. FRUEAUFF,
Licensed Government Claim Agent.
je.l, 1865.-Gm. ' II OLLI D ATS I5U e g, Pa.
B. L. JOUSSTOS. - GEO. W. OATMAN.
JOHNSTON & OATMAN,
Attorneys at Lave,
Ebensburg, Cambria county, Penna.
Xjc Office removed to Lloyd St., one door
West of R. L. Johnston's residence.
January 10, 1861:tf
YRUS ELDER, Attorn ey-at-Law
Johnstown, Pa. Will pr.ictice in the
several Courts of Cambria, Somerset, and
Office same as lately occupied by Linton
and Noon, on Post Office corner up stairs.
April 23, 16f.3-tf
R. T. C. S. GARDNER, Physician
and Scrgeon. . Tenders his profession
al services to the citizens of Ebensburg and
surrounding vicinity. Office in Colonade
Row. Julj 21, 1864-tf.
D. W. EVANS tenders his pro-
ijssional services n3 Phvsician and
Surgeon to the citizens of Ebensburg and
surrounding vicinity. Office one dcor East
of U. Davis' store. Night calls made at his
residence, three doors West of R. Evils'
Cabinet ware-room. mftJ 18, 18G5.-tf.
DR. J. 31. M'CLURE, Surgeon and
Mechanical Dentist, respectfully oCers
his professional services to theladies and gen
tlemen of Johnstown and vicinityof 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
The undersigned, Graduate of the Bal
timore College of Dental Surgery, respectfully
offers his professional services to the citizens
of Ebensburg. lie has spared no means to
thoroughly acquaint himself with every im
provement in his art. To many years of per
sonal experience, be has sought to add the
imparted experience of the highest authorities
in Dental ScTence. He simply askg that an
opportunity may be given for his work to
speak its own praise.
SAMUEL DELFORD, D. D. S.
References: Prof. C. A. Harris ; T. E. Bond
Jr.; W. R. Handy; A. A. Blaudy, P. U. Aus
ten, of the Baltimore College.
jp5?Will beat Ebensburg on the fourth
Monday of each month, to stay one wjek.
Printed at .
THE ALLEGIIANIAN" OFFICE,
nPIIE OLD CHEAP STORE!
Having again taken the Grocery store of
the late farm or Tudor & Jones in my own
name, I return thanks to the citizens of Eb
ensburg and vicinity tor their former patron
age, and solicit a continuance of the same.
I have lately been in New York, Philada. and
Pittsburg buying a new stock of Goods, of
iL . a. 15 H V "W
me very uesi quamy, an oi wnicu 1 Will sell
AT A VERY SMALL PROFIT 1
Persons wishing anything in my line will do
well to call and examine goods before pur
chasing elsewhere. Iso cnarges made for
My stock consists in part of
White and Brown Su- Chewing and Smok'g
N. O. Molassses,
Young Hyson, Imperial
. and Black Teas,
Spices of all kinds,
Clothes, Market and
Butter, Sugar and Wa- Kealers, Churns,
ter Crackers, Kegs,
Dried Apples, Peaches, Hair and Wire Seives,
Oranges and Lemons, Scrub, Shoe and Dus-
Prunes, Citronsj .
Nuts of all kinds,
Ext. Ley and Coffee, --;
Bowls, ,: .
Butter Prints and La
dles, Arnold's Inks from 6 to
75cents per bottle,
Rope, Bed cords,
ljines, Rope' Halt ers
Twine, Tye Yarn,
An assortment of Es
sences and Drugs,
Garden nay Rakes,
Scythes and Snathes,
Buck Saws and Nails,
FLOUR, CORN and OAT MEAL,
CHEESE, RICE, BACON,
MACKEREL, HERRING, CODFISH,
And all kinds of Liquors, Brandy, Gin, Wines
Old Rye and Common Whiskey, 4c., 4c.
8yU The above articles wijl be sold cheap
for Cash or Country Produce, at Cash prices
R. II. TUDOR.
Ebensburg, July 13, 1865:tf
jTEW CHEAP CASH STORE !! !-
"THAT'S WHAT'S THE MATTER I"
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
Spring and Summer Goods,
consisting in part of the following articles .
Dress Goods, Millinery Goods, Plain and
Fancy Silks, Embroideries, Housefceeping
Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, Shawls, Laces, and
so on, ad infinitum.
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
Groceries, Hardware Queenswarc,
Notions, Perfumery, Stationery,
Flour, Bacon, Cheese, Mackerel, Herring
and Cod Fish, Syrups and Mclasse
Iron and Nails, Glass, Salt, Oils,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, 4c, 4c &c
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
By buying a large stock at a time, they ar
enabled to sell their goods at a
TRIFLING ADVANCE ON CITY PRICES.
Roll in and see for yourselves. No charge
for showing articles.
B3 Country Produce taken in exchange
Ebensburg April 24, 1862.
W. S. HAVEX,
PLAiJN and FANCY JOB PRINTER,
Blank Book Manufacturer, Book Binder,
and dealer in every description of
American and Foreign Papers, 4c, 4c
Corner of Wood and Third streets, PITTS
Rg Agent for L. Johnson & Co., Type
Founders 4 Electrotypers, Philadelphia
August 25, 1859:t.t
UGH A. MoOOY,
Saddle and Harness Manufacturer
Ofiice one door east of Davis, Jones 4 Co.'s
.A large stock of ready-made Harness, Sad
dles, Bridles, 4c, constantly on hand and for
sale cheap. Dec. 25, 1861-tf;
TTNION HOUSE, Ebensburg, Pa.
KJ Jons A. Blair, Proprietor.
The Table of this House will be fur
nished with the best the market affords, and
the Bar supplied with the best of liquors, in-
luding Ales and Lager from approved brew-
. . - , . O . - - -
erics, extensive ana convenient oiAuui.'iia
attached to the premises.
August 25, 1859:tf.
Adjoining Penna. R. R. Depo,
The most convenient place to 6top in the
City. Meals served at all hours. Terms
J. II. CLARK & CO., Proprietors.
April 24, 18G2-tf.
MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Ebensburg, Pa
Jas. A. Moore, Proprietor.
The Tadle 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 week
mor or year. raug25,1830:tf
HOUSE, Altoona, Pa
RICHARD M'CLAIN, Proprietor.
Meals ready on the arrival of
trains. Cheapest house Iu town.
Aug. 11, 1804-tf.
OAL! COAL! COAL!
The subscriber is now carrying on the
Colliery of Wru. Tiley, Sr , at Lilly Station,
on the Pennsylvania Railroad, Cambria coun
ty, and will be glad.to fill all orders, to any
amount, of citizens of Ebensburg and vicin
ity. Satisfaction as to quality of Coal guar
atied in all cases. WM. TILEY, Jr.
April 28. 1864-Cm
M. PIKE, -
(8UCCE8SOR TO OB.EES & BRO I
LUMBER MERCHANT, rLANING MILL,
SA SH A ND DOOR FA CTOR1,
Chest Springs, Cambria co., Pa.
JKay Flooring Boards, Sash, Doors, Vene
tian and Panel Shutters, made to order and
constantly on hand. June 9 180i-Iy
James Purse, agent for the Blair county
and Lycoming Mutual Fire Insurance .Com
panies, Johnstown, Pa.
J8sy Will attend promptly to making insu
rance in any part of Cambria county upon
application by letter or in person.
March 12th, 1863-tf.
BERGER, AUDENRIED & FRY,
Nos. 11 and 13 South Water St.,
(Below Market,) PHILAD'A.
Wholesale dealers in
FISH, CHEESE y PROVISIONS generally.
Are now receiving and will keep constantly
on hand a full and complete assortment of
goods, in their line, consisting in part of
MACKEREL, HAMS, CnEESE, -
SHAD, SHOULDERS, LARD,
HERRING, SIDES, BUTTER,
SALMON, BEEF, DRIED FRUIT
CODFISH, TONGUES - SALT, 4c. .
Having every facility for purchasing our
goods to the best advantage, and every con
venience for conducting a large business, and
being determined to sell goods upon terms
equal to any house in the trade, we respect
fully solicit the patronage of our friends and
the public generally.
XgQn.Farlicular attention paid to filling orders.
Philadelphia, July 14, 1864-tf
JYRE h LAN DELL,
AND ARCn STS.,
ARE OPENING FOR FALL TRADE,
Good Black Silks,
Dark Figured Silks,
New Plaid Silks,
- Balmoral Petticoats,
Red, White and Blue Flannel3,
Shawls, Wholesale and Retail.
October 15, 1863. '
EC. EBY & CO ,
And Commission JllercJtants,
No. 522 Market St., between Fifth and Sixth.
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 Spikes of all size3, constantly on hand
and for sale at Manufacturer's prices.
October 15, 1863.
IITTLE, 1JAIRD & PATTON,
J (Successors to Little 4 Trimble,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION
Dealers in Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese,
Fish, Carbon and Lard Oil, Iron, Nails, Glass,
Cotton Yarns, and Pittsburg Manufactures
Nos. 112 and 114 Secoad street,
mar26,65 PITTSBURG, PA.
THOS. LITTLE, SR., S. II . BAIRD, JAS. PATTON, JR.
No. 513 Market St.,
and 510 Commerce St., Phila.
Wholesale Dealer in Cotton Laps, Carpet
Chain, Wadding, Ropes, Wick, Tie Yarn,
Broom3, Buckets, Baskets, Churns,
Tubs, Brushes Looking-Glasses,
4c, 4c, 4c Ac.
EgyThe largest stock of the above Goods
in tho city, sold at the lowest nett cash prices
Oct. 31, 1861-tf.
MOORE, LIGGET & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of
HOSIERY, GLOVES, TiilMMINGS,
No. 223 Market Street, Opposite Bank St.,
Constantly receiving Goods from Phil
adelphia and New York Auctions.
Oct. 24, 18Gl-tf
B. MUSE JONK8.
OCSTAVCS A. BEXSOX.
BM. JONES & CO.,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
512 Market street, Philadelphia.
J6SF Particular attention paid to sales,
country produce of every description.
April 28, 1864tf
WM. H. WniTACRE
BENJAMIN F. PETIT.
SPRINGER HARBAUGH & CO.
Vholesale Dealers in
WOOL, HIDES, PROVISIONS and PRODUCE
No. 200 Liberty Street,
April 24, 1862-tf. Pittsburgh, Pa.
BARTALOTT & RLYNN,
"Manufacturers of and wholesale deal
HATS, CAPS, FURS, STRAW GOODS
BONNETS, ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, 4c
No. 436 Market St., below Fifth,
(South side,) PHILADELPHIA.
April 28, 1854-tf
J. R. ANDREWS.
A. B. WILKINS.
E. J. ALTIMUS.
W. N. SMITH.
GEO. M. RIDDLE, tcttJi
ANDREWS, WILKINS 4 CO.
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dy Goods,
No. 503 Market street,
fanl5, 1862tf PHILADELPHIA.
JOHN A. WILSON. D. M CAN D LESS.
JESSK W. CARR.
TriLSON, CARR, & CO.
TV (Late Wilson, Payne $ Co.)
Wholesale Dealers in DRY GOODS,
No. 94 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
April 24, 18G2-tf.
T. MORRIS PEROT, EDWARD H. OGDEN.
E DARKER, wt'lh
T. MORRIS PEROT 4 CO.,
No. 621 Market street, above Sixth, and G12
Commerce street, Philadelphia.
Nov. 28, 1861tf
M. LLOYD & Co., BANKERS,
. ALTOONA, PA.
Drafts or. the principal cities, and Silver
and Gold for sale. Collections made. Mon
eys received on deposit, payable on demand,
without interest, or upon time, with interest
at fair rates. nov3, 1859tf
ATSON & JANNEY.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
SILKS AND FANCY DRESS GOODS,
SHAWLS. 4c, 4c.
323 Market St., Philadelphia.
Feb. 11, 18G4-tf.
MARTIN BCEHLEB, B. H. HOWARD.
BUEHLER & nOTYARD,
Importers and Dealers in
foreign und Domestic Hardware and Cutlery,
No. 441 Market St., Philadelphia.
Nov. 28 1861tf
james ukaham: n. j. tuomas.
GRAHAM & THOMAS,
And Dealers in Flour,
157 Liberty street Pittsburg, Penn'a
ARRIS & GRAHAM.
WHOLESALE GKOCERS, AND PRO
DUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 327 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
M. R. HARRIS, ' EDWARD H. GRAUAM.
June 8, '65-ly
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.
Our entire stock having been purchased
and contracted for direct from the New Eug
land manufacturers entirely for cash, during
last Fall and Winter, before the present
advance prices on stock and we are enabled
to offer Superior Indacements to cash or
prompt time buyers, and are prepared to sell
goods at less than New York or Philadelphia
We invite the attention of Merchants visit
ing this city to examine our large and desira
ble stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Particular personal attention given to
ORDERS. - r April. 9 tf
JOHN HEWITT, with
WHOLESALE DEALER IN CLOTHING,
No. 409 Market street,
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, Satiuetts, Vestings,
Tailors' Trimmings, 4c. 7 is new ready for the
Any order entrusted by those who are un
able to visit the city shall be executed as
faithfully 3s if they were present.
August 24, 1862.
IVTEW CASH HOUSE !
JL 1 Goods bought and sold for cash !
LITTLE & ADAMSON,
No. 325 Market Street, Philadelphia,
Invite attention to their new and splendid
SPRING DRESS GOODS !
Black Silks, Mourning SUks, Fancy Silks,
Poult de Soitj; Seasonable Shawls, Clocking
Cloths, Mantilla Silks, Mantillas manufac
tured by thembelves from Lite Paris styles.
April 28, I864tf
JA3. M. CONRAD. COATES WALTON.
CONRAD & WALTON,
Importers and Dealers in
Conrad 4 Welton's superior Steel Shovels,
Conrad 4 Walton's, Darling 4 Waldron's
Mann's Beatty's 4 Hunt's Axes, &c 4c,
Nos. C23 Market St., 614 Commerce st,
Oct. 15,'63. Philadelphia.
JAS. W. ilIDDLE. JXO. C. SHERBORNE.
WM. II . GILL.
RIDDLE, GILL & CO.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS AND CARPETING,
438 Market St., below 5th, and 433 Merchant
May 1, 1862-tf.
PR. TAYLOR. WM. K. HEMPHILL.
TAYLOR & HEMPHILL,
Wholesale dealer in
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, FOREIGN 4
222 Market St., south side, bet. 2d i 3d,
April 28, 1864tf PHILADELPHIA,
JOEL J. DAILY & CO.,
HOSIERY, SMALL WARES,
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, &c.
28 Norta 3d street, Philadelphia.
JOEL J. BA1LY, HEXRY J. DAVIS,
ELTON B. GIFFOKn, 8. W. VAN culin:
February 18, lS64,tf.
AMESOX, D LUNGER & CO.
Importers and Jobbers of
HOSIERY, GLOVES, NOTIONS, and
403 Market St., three doors ab. 4th, North
side, mar26,C3 PHILADELPHIA.
B. R. JAMESON, C. II. D1LLINGEU, J. H. MOORE.
ISRAEL GOULD, with
I. C. CALDWELL,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
HOSIERY, GLOVES AND FANCY GOODS,
434 Market St., (second story.)
Feb. 11, lS64-tf. PHILADELPHIA.
WC. MURPHEY, representing
II. CHILDS 4 CO.,
WHOLESALE BOOT 4 SHOE WAREHOUSE
No. 133 Wood street,
May 8, 1862-tf- . FITTSBRUG, Pa.
AUFFMAN & CHEW,
Importers and Dealers in
CniNA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
No. 21 North Fcurth St., Philadelphia.
Oct. 15, 1863.
MIOMAS P. JAMES,
No 630 Market street, Philadelphia.
October 15, 1863.
EST, SOUTHWORTII & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 21 North Third street,
Nov. 28, 1861. Philadelphia.
CD. M'CLEES & Co.,
No. 133 North Third street,
Wholesale dealers in Boots and Shoes.
May 17 1860 tf
DAMS, ATKINSON & CO.,
AUCTION DRY GOODS,
No. 33 North Third St., Philadelphia.
E. A. ADAMS. H. 1. ATKINSON. J. M. WHITBY.
April 28, 1864tf
USSELL & LANDIS, 7
Importers and Dealers in
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, 4c,
No. 410 Market and 405 Merchant sts.,
April 23, 1864tf PHILADELPHIA.
IRY & KURTZ,
Importers and Jobbers of
HOSIERY, GLOVES, NOTIONS, 4 FANCY
janl9,5 325 Arch St., Philadelphia.
Th subscriber announces to the public
that he has re-purchased the: Ebensburg
Foundry, and i3 prepared to furnish his
former customers and all others, with every
description of CASTINGS usually manuiac
tured at a Country Establishment. He will
alwavs keep on hand the best quality of
COOKING STOVES, PARLOR STOVES, OF
FICE STOVES, 4c ; PLOWS of the most
approved patlerns, PLOW POINTS, THRESH
ING MACHINES, and all other articles con
nected with the business of a Fouudry.
B, He invites the patronage of the public,
and will sell at the most reasonable prices, for
cash or country produce. .
Ebensburg, March 30, 1835.-ly.
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t. 11 suoscriuers remove tn i. ?
without inforuiing the publishers, and
papers are sent to the former direction tb- .
5. The Courts have decided, that reufsi-.Wtl e
to take periodicals from the office or renioT We
ng anu leaving mem uncalled for, U DrirTr ito
faciae vidence of intentional Fraud.
ROKE OUT IN A NEW l'LACi"
BARGAINS! BARGAINS I for EVERYBOll
The subscriber takes pleasure in ca!:
the attention of the citizens of CAUR0I
and vicinity to tbe fact that he L
just received, and is now opening, at the ji
siuiu ui .uuur a. 00a. a large ana var
consisting in part of
Sc.tins, Velvets, Cloths, Cassinierei
Doeskin?, Sattiaetts, Tweeds,
Jeans, Tickings, Flannels,
Brown 4 Bleached
DKESS GOODS of evert ttyle.
Together with an excellent stock of
&c., c., &
And, in tact, anytnmg and everything usual!!; Lis
kept in a No. 1 Country Store all of whicil
will be disposed of at prices to suit the tima. ?
Customers waited on by attentive Sa
men, and no charge for showing articles.
Cherry, Poplar, Spruce, Pine, d
other Lumber, Butter, Eggs, and Coun
Produce generally, taken in exchange &
Goods. A. A. BARKER.
May 29, 1862-tf
A Witmer's Bridgk.
Lancaster Tp. July 30, I860.
Messrs. Evass and Watson : Gestlemes
The small size No. 1 Salamander safe which
I purchased from your agent, Mr. Adam K.
Barr, in Lancaster City, on July 20th, 1858,
has been subjected to a very severe test,
which it wiihstood in a most satisfactorj
manner. Thi3 Safe, containiug all my books
together withva?ublc papers belonging to
mvelf and some to my neignbors and fnendi
and represeting a value of over Twenty Thous
and Dollars, ($20,000) was in my Mill whic
was destroved on the night of the 27th of-H-ly
1860 and passed through the fiery orwJ
unscathed. The Safe was on the ' second
and fell to the basement ci f be Mill, d "
subjected for eix hours to an intense t
among the rui.is, which wasgreatly ncre&
by the combustion of a large quantity of gw
confined within .h brick walls. After
fire the safe was opened and I the books w
papers taken out in a state of perfect prese.
ration the paper no even being discolor
This0 ;n,'acttwaPs,Inowrer, to many bystaade,
a better recommendation of your Sa es tb
could be expressed in any other words from
3 SAMUEL RANCK.
wa.A large assortment of the above qua!
itvf Fire and Thief Proof Safes always oi
No. 16 South Fourth St., Fhiladelr.li-
PATROMZE YOUR OW2 I
Vie Erotection Mutual Eire Insurance U1
OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.
LOCATED AT EBENSBURO) P'
nMIE above , named Company, organs
I April 6th, 1857, will eflect insurances 01
p-fepefy at s'afe rates. Being' parUcul
careful in the risks taken, this Company PJ
sents a reliable and cheap medium, thron
which persons may secure memseic, -b-
nrabable losses oy re.
Office on Centre Street nearly
Thompson's "Mountain House."
D. J. Joses, Sec'y. & Treas.
EVAN ROBERTS, Johnstown.
JNO E. ROBERTS, Ebensburg
Ebensburg, Aug. 25, 1859.
The subscriber, having taken on
rcsrular license as an ucuuucc., , -
to cry all manner of Sales on short no
and at reasonable terms, rK
mar26,65 Hemlock, Cambria eo-,
HIGH St., EBENSBURO, TA