Ebensburg and Cresson Railroad.
0n and after Monday, Aug. 3, 1868, trains
on this road will run aa follows :
At 5.15 A. M., connecting with Day Exp.
East and Phil. Exp. "West.
At 7.15 P. M., connecting with Pbila. Exp.
East and Mail Train West.
LEAVE CRESSON ,..'
At 9.20 A. M., or on departure of rbil.
At 8.40 P. M-, or on departure of Phila.
The Alleoiianian. The following
named persons are agents for The Alle
anAMAN in their respective neighbor
hoods. They will receive the names of
new subscribers for our paper, and orders
for advertising and job work, and will
receipt in our names for all moneys handed
in for us. Now is the time to take advan
tage of our advance subscription rates !
Xo postaye is charged on TlIE AlXEGIIA
MAN in Comhria county.
Blacklick Tp John Hawkesworth.
Carrolltown -E. V. P.abker.
Che?t Springs -.M. D. Waoner, Esq.
Gallium J- M. Christy.
Johnstown Capt. Wm. R. Jones.
Susquehanna Tp -Jous Porter.
Wash'-ngtouTp Otho Styner.
White Tp .Capt. F. M. Flanagan.
Wiimore Joseph Miller, Esq.
Political Proscription. The vote
of Loretto borough, Cambria county, is
51 Democratic to 10 Republican. Some
weeks airo, the Democrats of that borough
raised a Seymour polo inside the corporate
limit, without protest or hindrance from
any llepublican. Subsequently, the Re
publicans proposed to erect a Grant pole
inside the same limits. But, though the
Republicans proposed, it seems that the
Loretto Town Council disposed. This
august body met, decided that a Republi
can polo mu.st of necessity be unsafe .in a
Democratic community, and forbade its
irertioii within the limits of their juris
diction under a heavy penalty. The Re
publicans were therefore perforce obliged
to remove their pole to a point outside the
borough, where it was raised. "We might
mention, in passing, that on the same
niliht of its erection the flag-rope was cut
down and carried away by some model
Democrat. Inasmuch as a question has
1-ccn raised as to the precise terms of the
ordinance there is Yio question as to its
.y.-u-t't, we subjoin the lovely document
Lorrtio. September f0, 18CR. Council met
at the More 01 J-rancis Urncl. rresent,
I Nt rick Mnully, .WicL.iel Maloy, and Francis
n'Fi iel ; .-ibfeut, P. 11 bhiclds and Z. Topper.
On motion of F. O'Frit'U ilRd seconded by
Patrick Meally, the following ordinance was
p.xssed unanimously, viz :
lie it enacted by the Burgess and Coun
cil, and it in hereby enacted by the authority
d the surre, that no person or persons shall
tie allowed to raise a pole in any part of or
within the borough of Loretto any nearer lo
nny d welliug-house, stl! burn, or shop
thun iht irnfzth ot the jioe to be raised from
any of said building until sufficient guara n
ty sh.ill first be given that any damage done
t'i any building or injury to any person or
persons residing or sojourning in the build
ing shall he fully paid tor, except the owner
or owners or occupier shall first. agree to let
the pole be raised and run the risk at his
own peril. Any violation of this ordinance
shall subject the offender or offenders to a
line of ninety dollars and imprisonment for
three months, that is, any damage or injury
done from, by, or in consequence of raising
F. O'Frizl, Deputy Bur jets.
Francis O'Friel, iSec'ty:
This ordinance was passed after the
IVm ocratic pole was raised, and. one
d iy heore the Republican pole was raised.
Comment is unnecessary.
Memoranda. L. Marion Clark, who
has figured somewhat as an author, poet,
and actor, visited Tyrone a few days ago,
for the purpose of giving a concert, but
took suddenly ill before the concert came
off, and died.... Jacob Myers, of White
township, Indiana county, this fall gath
ered from one stalk of buckwheat S70
grains.. ..During the summer, several un
used public wells in this borough were
opened up by the authorities, with the in
tention of placing pump-stocks therein
and" making them a convenience to the
citizens. But the stocks have not yet
been put in position, .and the wells arc of
no practical avail. What's the matter ?
Our friend Mr. Richard Owens, of
Cambria township, proposes selling his
instant. He designs removing to
iowa.....Mr. beo. J. Rodgers' new turning
manufactory building has been put under
roof, and w ill be completed in a few weeks.
It is two Tories high. One story will be
occupied by the turning machinery, and
the other by a planing machine. The
budding is in the neighborhood of the
railroad depot.... Work has been resumed
on the new Catholic church edifice of
Wensburr....The Rlair County Agricul
tural Fair, held in Hollidaysburg last week,
was a decided success.... A little daughter
f Mrs. Clark, of Ebensburg, was severely
burned one day last week by her clothing
taking fire from a stove ...Barring a couple
of pugilistic encounters, the election in
this borough and township passed of -ii-tlv,
Advertising. The country is full of
men who have got rich by advertising.
In fact no man expects now to keep hi3
business running without informing the
people what he is doing, and. where he
can be found. The people cannot afford
to .spend the time to hunt up places" of
business and trade. - They have been so
long accustomed to gaining that informa
tion from newspapers that they depend
upon that source altogether, and govern
their trade from what they learn and read
at their homes and by their own firesides.
A lively advertisement is a friendly talk
between business men and their customers.
It is a weekly invitation for people to come
and trade. And every week the readers
of a local paper expect to see and hear
what the merchants, the manufacturers
and the tradesmen have to say; A local
newspaper is a traveling agent, taking his
weekly round to the families of all. their
customers. No matter whether times are
jrood or dull ; no matter whether trade is
brisk or otherwise, no business man can
afford to take down his sign, nor withdraw
the pleasing influence of a weekly chat
with his customers through the newspaper.
For a business man to stop advertising
would be equivalent to his saying, I have
stopped business, and ask no more favors
of the people.
Tiik Campaign. One of the largest
Republican meetings ever held in Carroll
town came off at that place on Friday last.
Delegations were present from the sur
rounding districts, and a delegation of
over one hundred, including the Tanners'
club and a brass band and a mattial band,
wrnt out from Ebcn&Lunr. In the after
noon, a long and graceful pole was suc
cessfully raised ; after which, speeches
were delivered by Cyrus Elder, Esq., of
Johnstown, George-M. Reade, Esq., of
Ebensburg, Gen. Harry White, of Indiana,
and Samuel Singleton, Esq., of Ebens
burg. The meeting was closed, at 10
o'clock, by a grand torchlight procession
by the Tanners.
The Ebensburg Grant Club met in the
Town Hall on Saturday evening, and lis
tened to able speeches from Mr. Frank
Brown and Hon. A. A'. Barker. Before
and after the meeting, the Tanners para
ded through the principal streets, with
torches, banners, and music. Thetio two
clubs the Grant .and the Tanners' have
done most efficient service during the cam
paign. Our party friends will be glad to
hear that they have no intention of dis
banding. They will continue their labors
till after the triumphant election of Grant
and Colfax in November.
Buncombe. R. L. Johnston, Ksrj., of
Kbensburg, last week announced by gla
ring posters that lie would address Do
mnerutic meetings at Carrolltown and
other points in the northern part of the
county, and at the bottom of the posters
attached the following flyer:
" Mr. Johnston desires nnd expects to meet
Republican speakers at the above points, and
discuss the great questions before thepeople."
All which is about equivalent to chal
lenging a party, choosing the weapons, and
naming the time when the firht shall come
off, the place, and the general surround
ings. Wc suppose that since the result
of Tuesda3''s election has become known,
Mr. J. will have no stomach for discus
sing the ''great questions before, the peo
ple j" but, should he still entertain a de
sire to fight it out on that line, we have
no doubt he can be accommodated with a
foeman worthy of his steel upon applica
tion at the proper quarters.
Throwing Stones. In its last issue
before the election, the Freeman charged
that The Allajhanian had priutcd bogus
Democratic tickets, to catch unwary voters
of that party. This was a fine affectation
of virtue. But at that very time, the
Freeman was engaged in printing and dis
tributing spurious Republican tickets, with
the name of Idichacl f)an Christy thereon
as our candidate for District Attorney.
This gentleman was no candidate, and his
name was used without authority. Enough
Religious Notice. The Evangelical
Lutheran Church in Jackson township,
Cambria county, of which Rev. A. R.
Height is pastor, having undergone re
pairs, it will be re-consecrated on Sabbath
morning, October IS, 1SGS, on which oc
casion Rev. R. A. Fink, of Johnstown,
will preach. Good music will also be fur
nished. Christians of other denomina
tions and the public generally are cordially
invited to attend.
Row. On Tuesday evening, after the
election, a crowd of roughs, calling them
selves the "Ku-Kluxers," got on the ram
page in Johnstown and attacked a party of
peaceable citizens. In the fight which
followed, several persons were severely in
jured. The rioters were arrested and
BrY vour dears at T. X. Williams'.
LETTER FBOM JOHNSTOWN THE TACE OP SA-
TUBE -AND THE POLITICAL HORIZON PEEK
TRADERS ON THE STUMP REPUBLICAN MEET"
ISO LOCAL ITEMS, 'AC. J
JonxsTOWN, October 11, 1868.
To the Editors of The Alleghanian ; ' '
. The time of ;the sere and yellow leaf is
upon us again, and again we breathe the
pure bracing'air of an October day. How
bright the sun shines, and how genial and
pleasant his warmth after dispelling.the
frosty mist of morning! How gorgeous
our grand old mountains, clothed in robes
more beautiful to look upon, than the
Kingly Solomon seated on " his Throne of
Gold! If Church, the great artist, had
copied the-"Heart, of the Alleghanies"
on a bright October day like the present,
the painting would justly have been more
celebrated than the " Heart of the Andes."
How this day is enjoyed by everybody!
ru.i j c.. tbrnno- I
wiu aiiu juuuiu oujjunjr j
our streets and roads leading from the j
city, and dot the grassy plots and knobs
on the hills near, enjoying in every pos
siblo manner, ouf-of-doors, the loveliness
of the day the lingering of summer in
the lap of autumn.
The political sky is as clear and un
clouded as the sky of to-day for the friends
of Grant and Colfax. During the past
week, the Free Trade League of New York
sent two men, claiming to be members, of
the Labor Reform League, to talk Labor
Reform (!) to the workingmen of this
place here, where the employer looks to
the comfort and syiards the interests of
the employees, and where the employees
respect and have honored, and will honor
again the employer on next Tuesday, by
sendimr him to Congress for two years
more. These two gentlemen mentioned
Labor Reform an. infinite number ot times,
but they meant Free Trade all the while.
They would not counsel the men to
"strike" strikes were bad things but
men must have their rights if they should
lay idle all winter, and be reduced to star
vation by it. However, the workingmen
of this city have too much sense to be
turned from the path of right by such pre
cious Labor Reformers.
The Republicans held a . meeting on
the Public Square on Friday evening.
Speeches were made by Raul Strobuch,
Esq., of Alabama, in German, and by Hon.
Mr. Wyndham, of Minnesota, in English
Mr. Wyndham's speech wae one of the
hapniest we have listened to during the
campaign. It was clear, forcible and pa
triotic. Iiii words were impressed upon
the minds of every one present, by tho
earnestness and courtesy of the speaker.
Murphy, the young man stabbed by
Taylor, some weeks since, is, contrary to
first opinion, still living, and hopes are en
tertained of his final recovery. Taylor
was arrested and bound over in the sum
of three thousand dollars.
An old German, named Ilocker, was
killed on Thursday last by the Baltimore
train west, near the Freight Depot at this
place. He was severely injured by the
same train, and at about the same spot,
last fall. He resided at Woodvalc. Our
old friend, C. W. Easly, formerly " Sku
bal" of the Freeman, was in town to-day.
He looks well, said he ir as well, and xcould
be well enough if he didn't call Grant
and the Tanners such hard names.
You will hear from us on Tuesday.
Yours, truly, Damon.
For a sound and practical education go
to the State Normal School at Euinboro,
Cheap Clothing. A. A. Barker &
Son pride themselves in the assertion that
their stock of clothing is the largest, cheap
est and best in town. Their goods are mark
ed extremely low, for instance, an overcoat
of fine quality, well made . and fashionable,
whieh last winter sold for $30, they are sel
ling for $20. For variety, Btyle, beauty,
quality, cheapness, &c, the:r good3 in this
line are beyond competition.
Latest Arrival. Last week we made
mention that J. Patton Thompson was buying
and shipping his fall goods. They have in
part arrived and are now being opened and
shelved. A mere glance at the styles, quali
ties and prices of the good3, evidently shows
that Joe has carefully studied the wants of
his customers and the public generally. Go
and secure a bargain, as he is determined to
sell very cheap.
Attention, Everybody. V. S. Bar
ker, has received a full line of goods marked
very low and ready for inspection. He has
the largest and decidedly the best assortment
ot ready- made clothing ever brought to this
market. He has also received a very supe
rior and large variety of winter shawls, furs,
and the like. All of which will be disposed
of at bargains. Yon who have an eye to
your outward adornment, give him a call.
The Election. The State election
being over, arid politics having subsided to
some extent, people are now looking to their
own interests and in so ding they purchase
their Hardware, &c, at the mammoth estab
lishment of Geo. Huntley. If you want to
buy a good stove for little money, go to
Huntlej's. If you want groceries of Rny kind,
go to Huntley's. Everything in grest variety.
; Presidential Campaign op 1SG8.
headquarters fob flags, medals, badges,
Pins, Lantehnb, Torches, Caps, Capes, Por
traits of Candidates, Soso Books, &c.
The undersigned, manufacturer of Campaign
Goods, keeps constantly on hand Printed
MaHn Flags,' from 3. inches to 7 feet in
length Bunting Flags, from 6 inches to. 36
feet in length suitable for poles, dwellings,
processions, &c. ; also, Silk Flags, for pre
sentations and military companies ; Parade
equipments, Caps and Capes, all colors ;
also, Torches Chinese Lanterns, with names
cf candidates. One hundred varieties of
Pins, Medalsand Badges, with portraits of
the Presidential Candidates samples of same
sent on receipt of 20 cents. Agents wanted
Send for Price List.
Address JOHN W. PITTOCK,
Dealer in Campaign Goods, opposite Post
Office, Pittsburg, Pa.
Gone. September has passed and gone,
and tree3 are beginning to put on their crim
son vestments as they do nowhere 'se in
such perfection as they do in the United
States and the forest a green and reddish
color, a lovely transition from blooming life
to decay. The chilly wind of October give
us a timely hint that cold weather is neanng.
ana mose wno nave not yet purchased their
gtock of w.Qter clolhing ftre inTited tQ drop
jn at Leopold & Bro.'s establishment in Johns-
Grand Opening. Leopold Mayer de
sires to call the attention of the public to
life fat-t that his first grand opening of Hats
and Bonnets will take place to-day, at hi3
fashionable emporium, Main-st., Johnstown
Those ?f our readers visiting Johnstown
should by all means go to this establishment
to trade. His goods are all of the best qual
ity and are sold at astonishingly low prices.
If you want to save 20 per cen t. in buying
goods, patronize this establishment.
The Fashion. The following stanza
is lively, satric.il and good-poetry :
There was a young lady who said",
"I seldom wear locks on my head ; '
I carry my locks about in my box,
For such is the fashion," she said.
She might have added that it is also the
fashion, to go to R.. , R. Davis' Fancy Dry
Goods Store to buy all manner of goods
Goods sold very low.
- Croceries ! Groceries ! M. L. Oat-
msn, on Iligh-st.j has received another large
installment of goods, embracing groceries of
every description, provisions, confectionery
cigars' and tobacco. 4c. He keeps by odds
the best grocery store in town, and is an
honorable, straight-forward business man
with whom it is a pleasure to deal. Patron
Are You a Smokist ? Reader, if you
profess to be a judge of a good cigar? you are
invited to drop in at the store of Thos. W.
Williams, where you will not only find the
best cigar in town but the cheapest. Tom.
also keeps a little the best navy and fine-cut
chewing tobacco to be foundin town. Go
see and be convinced.
Home Again. C. T. Roberts, who has
been east buying goods, has returned with
an endless variety of articles which are
calculated to please the eye of both old and
joung. Ladies, go and see the late and
beautiful styles of jewelry, which will be sold
CHEAP CASH STORE!!
The 'subscriber wuld inform the citizens
of Ebensburg and viclty that he keeps con
stantly on hand everything jn the
GROCERY AND CONFECTIONERY
line, each as Flour, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, all
kinds of Crackers, Cheese, Smoking and
Chewing Tobacco, Cigars, &c.
CANNED rl. ACHES AND TOM I TOES.'
Also, Buckskin and Woolen Gloves, Wool
en Socks, Neck ties, &c, all of which will be
sold as cheap if not cheaper than elsewhere.
A full assortment of Candies !
tSf Ice Cream every evening.
augI3 R. R. THOMAS
Notice -is hereby given to the public
that the partnership hetofore existing be
tween THOS. T. WILLIAMS & BRO. is now
by mutual consent dissolved, and that their
Book Account, together with all Personal
Property of Thos. T. Williams, is transferred
to J. T. WILLIAMS, who is authorized to
settle up the same to the satisfaction of all
.the creditors as soon as practicable.
T1IOS. T. WILLIAMS & BRO.
Thankful for past favors, I yet solicit a
continuHnce of patronage, hoping to give
satisfaction to all.
oc8-3t JOHN L. WILLIAMS.
HOUSE AND TWO LOTS FOR
The subscriber offers at private sale his
House and two Lots, situate in Belsano, Cam
bria county, nine miles west of Ebensburg.
The Lots are 60 feet each,. in front, and run
bak 200 feet. A good plank Frame House
J6x2i feet, with Kitchen 14x16 feet, and
necessary out buildings. A good well of
water, and choice fruit trees of all kind?.
The property will be sold on fair terms, or
will exchange for, a Steam Engine of ten or
firtecn horse power. T. S. EMPFIELD.
For terms inquire of George W. Empfield,
Belsano. Sep. 17,3m.
ll The partnership hcretefore existing
betwen the undersigned, under the firm ol
E. HUGHES & CO., is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All debts due to or by the
firm are to be settled by THOMAS J. LLOYD,
who continued the Lumber business at the
old stand. E. HUGHES,
TnOS. J. LLOYD.
Ebeusburg, August 24, 1868.
The undersigned will continue buying and
selling Lumber. The highest market price
will be paid, in cash, for all kinds of good
Lumber. Particular attention paid to filling
orders. aul3J THOS. J. LLOYD.
OOT and SHOE EMPORIUM I
The subscriber bees leave to inform
the public that he has opened out a Boot and
Shoe Store in the rooms formerly occupied
by Davis k Evans, on Center street, Ebens
burg, where he will carry on the business on.
an extensive scale.
READY-MADS BOOTS and SHOES
For sale at City Prices.
BOOTS and SHOES made to orders .
. On shortest notice !
fcegUThe public are invited to gite me a
call. I will sell cheap as the cheapest, pnd
warrant my stock and make to give satisfac
tion. faugl3 JOHN O. EVANS.
JREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
BENTLEYS NON-EXPLOSIVE METRO
POLITAN OIL !
M. L. Oatman. Sole Antnt for Cambria Co.
The subscriber desires to call the attention
ot the public to the tact that he has purcha
sed toe ngnt tor Cambria county to sell
"Bentlev's Non-Exnlosive Metrnnnlitan f;i
. - - j j
11 i i - i .i
wnicu uu claims 10 oe ine
: . ....... SAFEST
Oil manufactured. The advantages claimed
lor this LMI are :
1; It is clear and clean.
2. It i non-explosive and safe.
3. It will not grease your bands, clothincr.
turniture, or carpets.
4. It 1 3 fifty per cent, cheaper than any
otner Uil. Price; only lo cents a quart.
TRY IT!! BUY IT!!!
One and all who have used it pronounce
it to cive eniire satisfaction, oive it atrial
and be convinced of the above facts.
TOWNSHIP AND BOROUGU RIG UTS !
for sale at the store of
M. L. OATMAN,
Three doors east.of Crawford's Hotel,
OOKOUTFOR BARGAINS AT
CHEAP GROCERY STORE!
3 doors east of Cra.vford's Hotel,
Where may be found a choice selection of
Fresh Groceries, consisting, in part, of
BEST FAMILY FLOUR, BACON, FISH, SU
GAR, MOLASSES, SYRUP, TEAS,
COFFKE, SPICES, CHEESE, CRACKERS,
DRIED FRUITS, CANNED FRUITS,
SOAPS, CANDLES, &c. c.
The finest brands of TOBACCO and CI
GARS kept in town may "always be found
at this establishment.
Also, a large selection of
YANKEE NOTIONS I
all of which will be sold at the lowest prices.
A large assortment ot FRUIT CANS just re
ceived and at prices which defy compe
tition. Call and examine stock be- .
tore purchasing elsewhere.
LA 31 PS. WICKS, FLUES, AND LAMP
TRIMMINGS in great variety.
I hope by fair dealing and strict attention
to business, and a determined endeavor to
pleass, that I may receive a share of the
patronage of a generous public. Esf I AM
DETERMINED NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD,
BUT WILL SELL CHEAP AS THE CHEAP
EST. N. L. OATMAN,
Aug. 13, 1868. Ebensburg, Pa.
UEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP!-
QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP!
.QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP !
For doing a family washing in the best and
cheapest manner. Guaranteed equal to nny
in the world I Has all the strength of old
rosin soap, with the mild and lathering qual-
Hies of genuine Castile.' Try this splendid
soap. Sold by the ALDEN CHEMICAL
WORKS, 48 North Front street, Phila.
"r S. B A R K E R,
o Dealer in
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, &c. .
High-st Ebensburg, Pa.
CANNED FRUIT, of all kinds at
V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
LABGE STOCK ' OF SUMMER
Goods at reduced prices at V. S. B.'s.
JEW STOCK of CLOTHING VKRY
cheep at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg.
FRUIT CANS NEW STYLE at V.
S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
BOOTS AND SHOES CHEAP
V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
ALL PAPERS-ALL STYLES
at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
TTEW STOCK OF S
canning fruit at V. S
STOCK OF SUGARS FOR
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
Butter, Eggs, Wool, nnd all Cour.try
Produce at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg.
LILY WHITE LEAD LINSEED
Oil, Warranted pure, at V. S. Barker's,
Ebebur, P a.
NAILS ALL SIZES, CHEAPEST
in town, at V. S. Barker's, Ebeusburg.
BARRELS, KEGS. TUBS,
MEAT-STANDS, CHURNS,. &c.
augl3.") ' Ebensbcrg, Pa.
J) RICES. GOING DOWN I
EBENSBURG HARDWARE J- HOUSE
I once more return mv sincere thanks to
my oM friends and customers for their lib
eral patronage extended towards me, im
now, owing to the great fall iu prices. v
which many articles can be sold as cheap
before the war, and having a tKomugh. knowl
edge of the business and the wants of tin
public, I tiike pleasure in announcing that L
can and will sell poods at a lss ngnrehn
any similar establishment in citj or co"tnlry.
My stock will consist in part a follows:
DOOR and CUP.BOARD LOCKS, CATCHES,
BOLTS, HINGES, SCREWS,
WINDOW SPRINGS, SHUTTER HINGES.
WINDOW GLASS, NAILS, PUTTY.
BORING MACHINES, AUGERS, CHISELS,
BRACES and BITS, HATCHETS;
SQUARES, COMPASSES, TRY SQUARES,
BEVELS, POCKET RULES,
JACK, SMOOTHING, and FOR PLANES.
PANEL. PLOWS, LEVELS,
SASH. RAISING, and MATCH PLANES,
SAW SETS, BENCH SCREWS,
CROSS-CUT, PANEL, RIP, COMPASS, and
. BACK SAWS,
GAUGES, OIL STONES, SCREW DRIVERS
: PLOWS, POINTS, SHOVELS,
FORKS, SCYTHES and SNATnES, RAKES
HOES, SPADES, SHEEP SHEARS,
HORSE BRUSHES, CARDS, CURRYCOMBS,
BELLS, UAMES, WHIPS,
BUT, TRACE, BREAST, HALTER, FITn,
TONGUE, and LOG CHAINS,
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, and
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, LEAD, POUCHES,
POWDER FLASKS, GAME BAGS,
GUN LOCKS, MAIN SPRINGS, PIVOTS, Ac.
LAMPS and OILS,
COOKING, PARLOR, & HEATING STOVES.
TIN and SHEET IRON WARE,
WASHING' MACHINES, and WRINGERS,
&c, &c, &c., &c, &c, &c.
Also FLOUR, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, &c.
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Odd Store Plates, Grates, and Fire Brick
always on band to suit Stoves sold by me.
Well and Cistern Pumps and Tubing at man
Spouting made, painted, and put up, at low
jfcSr Persons owing me debts of long stan
ding will confer a favor by calling and paying
up a.- soon as convenient, as it takes a great
deal of money to keep up my stock and pav
expenses, and owing to the small profits that
I am making on goods I cannot afford to give
long credit the interest would soon eat up
the profits. GEO. HUNTLEY.
Ebensburg, Aug. 13, 18G8.
QLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY!
C. T. ROBERTS,
C. T. Roberts has constantly in his store a
well selected and varied assortment of arti
cles, which he offers cheap for cash ; viz:
CLOCKS, WATCnES, JEWELRY,
SILVER and PLATED WARZ,
GOLD PENS and PENCILS, SPECTACLES,
HOWE'S, SINGER'S, GROVER & BA
KER'S, RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, and
BOOKS, STATIONERY, PENS, INKP.iPER,
PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES and ALBUMS,
PIPES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, and SNUFF,
TRUNKS, SATCHELS, CARPET BAGS,
GFNTS' SHIRTS, CRAVATS, NECK TIES,
PASS BOOKS, DIARIES, DAY BOOKS, ad
TOYS and NOTIONS,
And ether articles too numerous to mention.
Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry re
paired in the best style of workmanship, and
Thankful for past favors, the subscriber
hopes by strict attention to business to merit
a continuance of public patronage.
aug!3 C. T. ROBERTS
1 311 OTOG RAP HIC
llo ! every orxe that want Pictures-,
come ye to Ebensburg and get them !
Having located in Ebensburg, I would very
respectfully inform the people that I am now
fully prepared to take
in every style of the art, from the smallest
Card Picture up to Life Size.
jegr" Pictures taken in any weather.
Every attention given to the taking of
Photographs painted iu Oil, India Inkt or
Yonr attention is called to my
FRAMES for LARGE PICTURES,
which I will sell as cheap aa the cheapest.
I ask comparison, and defy competion.
Thankful for past favors, 1 solicit a con
tinuance of the same.
Ifcg Gallery on Julian street, three doora
north of the Town Hall.
au2!3 T. T. STECE, r4oto5rr
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