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Tlio Farmer's Department.
Laming Horses. The horse is ens of the most powerful, ambitious and sen sible of domestic animal, and yet in a certain sense, is iar from being a uardv one. In thia respect, the hore"w not equal to the rough and tumble usage which the mule or even the oz' ecu bear without exhibiting marked signs of the severe d'n cipline to which they have been subjected. In reviewing the many horses daily thronging the street of the larger towns and cities, the number of defectivo oues can scarcely fail of beiu remarked. Some are ailing in the fore limbs, others in ihe hind one, and not a few in both. This is nut necessarily the 'result of age, defective blood, nor of special hard work," (hough iii some instances it may be so, but much otteuer is the consequer.ee of Careless handling, or a positive cruelty on tbe part of those to whom they ere en trusted. As has been already intimated, the horse, in 1 certain sense, is a delicate an imal, and it pounced upon in a passion whi'e encumbered with harness, and pos eibly with a load too heavy for easy mo7e tiieot. the chances a're that efforts to escape punishment will result in such an over tension of the muscles as to produce per manent lameness. Everyone conversant with the, rough and tumble work of the farm, the lumber iWest-, stone quarries, the docks and the l:ke, will have encountered many difficul ty s i which teams and teamsters have their .wer of endurance severely tried. Both become excited and fractious, and whatever tbe fault, if fault there be, the horse is likely to receive pretty severe treatment if not permanent damage. Not a few horses are lamed under such circum ifaice!, while others are injured by want nf proper consideration on the part of those Laviuir thi'tu in charge not from positive ill treutuieut, but by carelessness in plac ing the animals in such situations as to cause unwonted exertions to escape from an appreheuded danger. Hough, boorish men are not suited to the care of an animai having the spirit, tenderness and susceptibility of the horse, and if they were less frequently en trusted with the management of stable stock, there would be fewer limping and comparatively valueless horses in our pub lic thoroughfares than there are at pres ent. The greatest care, it is true, cannot prevent accidents to horses in all cases, but witn proper attention the uumber of the halting ones would constitute the ex ception, and not the rule, as is now too of ten the case. Liquid Manure. We beliere there is ho sjstem of enriching the land for email gardens, with a viev to perfection of crops, so truly economical and so easily available as that of Using liquid manure. We oc casionally hear of a gardener, or an ama teur grower of some special plaat or crop, that has practiced enriching with liquids, but it is only occasionally; yet the result of every record is in its favor, and a search ing inquiry into any extra production of fruit, flower, or plant almost invariably gives watering with liquid manure as the cause. There is in almost every family waste or liquids, which usually go into the sewer or drain, or possibly upon the road, where they are of no avail, but if saved, by being conducted to a tank, would en rich the entire garden spot of vegetables, email fruits, furnish stimulus to the rose and other flower borders, and keep the grass ilat green and fresh even in the hottest and driest weaihcr of midsummer. The use of a little plaster (gypsum) occa sionally thrown in and around the tank, would always keep it sweet and clean. By the use and practice of liquid manu ring, no delay need ever occur in planting time because of the manure not being on hand, or not being in a sufficiently rotted condition ; but planting could proceed, aod the application of manure be made at leisure.- The Horticulturist. KMJION' & M U It 11 A Y , EBENSBURG DRUG k BOOK STORE! Limmox St McacAT, dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Periumery, Fancy Soaps, Pateut Medicines, Pure Spices, Flavoring Extracts, Cap Paper, Post Paper, Pass Books, Blank Books, Prayer'Booke, Bibles, Histories, NoTels, School Books, Jewelry, Photograph Albums, Pipes, Tobacco, Cigars, and Snnff, Pure Liquors for Note and Billet Paper, Peas, Pencils, Penknives, Pocket Books, medicinal purposes. Ebensburg, August 20, lbo8-3m. REES J. LLOYD, Successor of R. S. Bunn, Dealer in PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS. AND DYE-STUFFS, PERFUME RY AND FANCY ARTICLES, PURE WINES AND BRANDIES FOR MEDI CAL PURPOSES, PATENT MEDICINES, Jte. Also: Letter, Cap, and Note Papers, Pens, Pencils, Superior Ink, And other articles kept by Drupgists generally. Physicians'' prescriptions carefully compounded. Office on Main street, opposite the Moun tiu ilouse, Ebensburg, Pa. faugl3 IS7 T E W TAILOR S II O V ! The subccriber has removed his Tailor SI..M into READK'S NEW BUILDING, on Center street, near Colonade Row, and re Fpcrt fully informs his old customers aud all the re.'t of mankind that he in row prepared to nuinufactnre all kinisof G EXT S AND YOUTHS? WEARING AP PAKEL in the l itest style of the art, with neat ness ii 1 dispatch, and at low rale?. ZZr Persons needing work ia ray line are respectfully invited to give Die a call. V.J. EVANS. Ebensburg. Aug. 13, tf. YS. B A It K E It , Manufacturer of BARRELS, KEGS, TUBS, MEAT-STANDS, CHURNS, Ac. auglS. EBEXsaran, Pa. RUMMER GOODS FOR 1863 U kj WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. At A. BAHriEtt SO?J, IIigh St,, EBENSBURG, PAi A. A. BARKER & SON have received and opened out, at their Store, on High stfeet, their fiUrnmer stock of goods for 'CS. DRESS GOODS. M ERIN 03, PLAIDS, POPLINS, ALPACAS, DELAINES, PRINTS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SHAWLS AND CLOAKINGS, Every style in the market; HOSIERY, GLOVES, AND KNIT GOODS, HATS CAPS, BOOTS SHOES. "WHITE GOODS, embracing now styles of NAINSOOKS, SWI?S MUSLINS, MULLS, TARLETONS, WHITE CRINOLINES, BRILLIANT CORDED SKIRTING. EMBROIDERIES, consisting in part of Jaconet and swiss edgings and insertings, dimity bands, collars, setts, bobbin thread edgings laces. HOOPED SKIRTS, Cheaper than ever. Tha celebrated DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT, tbe best ia use, Sold at the very lowest market rate. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS! DAMASKS, TABLE COVERS, CRASH BROWN DAMASK T VBLE LINENS, FRINGED HACK. DIAPER AND DAMASK HONEY COMB QUILTS, MARSEILLES QUILTS, ALLENDALE QUILTS, SWISS CURTAINS, PILLOW CASE LINENS, PILLOW CASE MUSLINS, SHEETINGS, CARPETS, RUGS, HASSOCKS, FLOOR CLOTHS, 4c , 4c., Of all sites, widths, and prices. A full stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING! boots d- shoes, hats 4- CArs, NOTIONS, PERFUMERY, 4c. A good assortment of HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, &c. FEED, VEGETABLES, We keep constantly on hand &C. Corn, Oars, Middlings, Chop, Shorts, Bran, Butter, Eggs, Lard, Vegetables, And a general variety of articles in this line. FAMILY GROCERIES! We have constantly on hand a complete stock of Family Groceries, comprising Su perfine, Extra and Family FLOUR! Buckwheat and Rye Flour, Corn and Oat Meal, Hominy, Hulled Barley, Bacon, Sugar-cured HUms, Dried Beef. Salt by the barrel, and Sack Salt for Table use ; Goshen and Western Reserve Cheese ; Crackers of all kinds. TOBACCO I Complete assortment of French Spices. . .1 : . tf i j fi 7 r . - eperm, .Auamanime .nuuiu iunuttt Soaps, Castile, Rosin, and all other kinds. llio and Java Coffees. Black, Imperial and Young Hyson Teas. Hard, Soft, Pulverized and Brown Sugars. yruvs and molasses or all Kinds. Dried Apples and reaches. Mackerel, Herring, Salmon. Coal Oil and Turpentine. Lard, Whale and Linseed Oils. Paints of every description. Scrub, and Horse Brushes. Varnishes, Ac, 4c, 4t., 4c, 4c. DR UGS AND PA TEST MEDICINES. All kinds of IRON AND NAILS. Notice. Buying twice as large a stock as any other merchant, in town, we buy cheaper, aud can therefore sell cheaper, than any competitor. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS I CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS ! CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS 1 The public i3 invited to call before purcha sing elsewhere. No charge for showing goods, buy or not buy. Customers waited on by polite and atten tive Salesmen. - Cherry, Poplar, Spruce, Pine, and other Lumber, Butter, Eggs, and Country Produce- generally, taken in exchange for Ooods. Iaagl3 - , , - rsr.iiri r'- " TBENSBURG STOVE and TIN- - WARE DEPOT I T. TF. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. Just received, at the Ebensburg Stote and Tinware Depot, a' large and "Well selected Stock cf . . ; . COOK STOVES, ... -PARLOR STOVES, OFFICE STOVES, ' COPPER WARE, TINWARE, SHEET-IRONWARE, HOUSE SPOUTING. - TIN ROOFING, 4c. And a general assortment of Hardware, Cutlery, Farm Edge Tools, Nails, Horse Shoes, Horse Shoe Nails, Table Cutlery, Pocket Cutlery, Augers, Bits, Files, Hatchets, Hummers, Hinges, Gimlets, Screws, Locks,, Latches, Bolts, Halter Chains, Breast Chains, Trace Chains, Horse Brushes, Curry Combs, - ., Apple Parers, Hand Saws, Oil Stones, ' Meat Cutters, Coal Hods, Door Lock Keys, Bad Irons, Coffee Mills, Coffee P.oastefs, Carbon Oil Lamps. Chimneys, Burners, Wicks, Stove Polish, Boot Polish, Hoop Iron, Wagon Iron, Bolts, &c. I desire to call particular attention to the fact that my stock of STOVES! Is the largest and best in Cambria county. And any Cooking Stove desired I will get when ordered at manufacturers' retail prices. Odd Stove Plates and Grates, 4c, for re pairs, on hand for the Stoves I sell ; others will be. ordered when wanted. OIL BARRELS! Made out of Galvanized Sheet Iron, to hold any desired quantity, manufactured and for sale at the Ebensburg Stove and Tinware Depot. All dealers in Oil should have them. THE EUREKA COFFEE ROASTER ! A time saving, temper saving, labor sa ving, money saving invention. The women's friend. The best Roaster in market. As I have lately added largely to my stock, and have now a first-class Hardware and Tin Store, persons in want of anythicjf in my line are invited to give me a ca'l. One thing I desire tojae distinctly understood WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD! Repairing promptly attended to. By strict attention to business and a desire to deal fairly and justly with all men, I hope to merit and receive a share ot public patronage." JCS?" Store on High street, Ebensburg, in the rooms lately occupied by Mills 4 Davis. aug!3 THOS. W. WILLIAMS. s UMMER ANNOUNCEMENT ! ! WOOD JIORRELL $ CO. nave just received, at their Mammoth Store, sear the Railroad Station, JOHNSTOWN, Still another invoice of FOREIGN A5D DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Alto, MILLINERY", DRESS GOODS, CAP.PHTS, GROCERIES, They offer Goods of all descriptions at WHOLESALE and RETAIL! As cheap as they can be purchased in the Eastern Cities. Our stock of GENERAL DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, RAG, INGRAIN, 4 BRUSSELS CARPETS, MATTING, PAPER HANGINGS, BOOTS ad SHOES, HATS axd CAPS, QUEENS WARE, YELLOW WARE, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS, FEED, SALT, 4c, Is the largest ever, brought into Johnstown. By buying our Goods in large quantities, and on tbe best terms, we are enabled to sell at prices much lower than are offerj ed elsewhere in Johnstown. We particularly invite the at tention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS! To our facilities for supplying them promptly with every article in demand by their customers, and at satisfactory fig ures. Competent clerks always in waiting to show Goods. A specialty f our business is the DAILY MEAT MARKET AND THE VEG ETABLE DEPARTMENT, At which citizens can procure all kind3 of Fresh Meat and Vegetables in season. On the second and third floors, but with convenient entrances on the first floor from Washington street, are two capacious TAILOR and SHOE SHOFS, Where fine and coarse Boots and Shoes, and all kinds of Gentlemen's Wearing Ap parel are made to order, promptly, and in fashionable style. A full line of Cloths, Ca3simers, Cas sinets, 4c, constantly on hand. In the Shoe Department are kept for sale Shoe Findings or ail Kinus, ana a prime assortment ot Up per and Sole Leather. sep3 AdTtTtil in The A11erhvmin. SCOTT' HOUSE, V! Main st., JOHNSTOWN, PA., . A.. Row 4 Co., Proprietors. This" commodious hotise has been com pletely refitted and elegantly furnished, and is now open for the' reception of guests. It offers superior" accommodations to every oth er house in town. , The table will be sup plied with the best the market affords, and the bar with the choicest liquors and wines. By constant and careful attention, they ex pect to merit and receive a share of public patronage. LauK 13 GRANT HOUSE, HEMLOCK, PA., John Wilkin, Proprietor. Tbl brnisfi has been refitted, and offers superior accommodations to any other house in town. The proprietor, after long experi ence in the business, feels confident he under stands the wants of the public. His table will be supplied wltn autue aeiicacies oi me season. By constant attention, , ne expects to merit a liberal share of public patronage. August 13, IB08. UNION HOUSE, EBENSBURG, PA., Jerome A. Plott, Proprietor, No pains will be spared to render this hotel Worthy of a continuation of the patronage it has heretofore received- Tbe table will always be furnished with the best the market, affords; the bar with the best of liquors. The stable is large, and will be attended by an attentive hostler. , aug 13. LOGAN HOUSE, EBENSBURG, PA.,. Isaac Cbawfori, Proprietor. The Logan has been thoroughly refitted and refurnished', and now offers superior in ducements to the public. The Table and Bar inferior to none in the State, and Sta bling of the very best. aug 13. ,T?0STER HOUSE, 1 Coa. Clixton 4 Loccst bts., JOHNSTOWN. PA., Wk. Linton, Proprietor. This well known house has been complete y refitted and refurnished, and is now pre pared for the reception of guests at reasona ble charges.- aug 13. MOUNTAIN HOUSE, EBENSBURG, PA. R. P. Linton & Co., Proprietors. The Table is alwayssupplied with the choicest delicacies. The Bab is supplied with choice liquors : and the Stable attended by carefulhostlers. Boarders taken by the week. month or year. IRg 13 LAUREL RUN EXCHANGE, HEMLOCK, CAMBRIA CO., PA., Richard Detliso, Proprietor. This popular stand has lately been refitted throughout, and its doors are now open for the reception of the tired, hungry or thirsty public. aug 13 UNION HOUSE, HEMLOCK3, CAMBRIA CO., PA., Otto Hellt, Proprietor. This hotel is situated immediately along side the Railroad Depot, and is the most con venient stopping place in town for travelers. August 13, 1868. CAMBRIA HOUSE, EBENSBURG, PA., Henry Fostkh, Proprietor. The first class position among first class Hotels will be maintained in the luture, as in the past, by the Arcade. aug 13- EC. EBY & CO , . WHOLESALE GROCERS, And Commission Merchants, No. 522 Market st., between Fifth and Sixth, Philadelphia. We have constantly on hand ft gtneral 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 sizes, constantly on nanu and for sale at Manufacturer's prices. aul3 C JENKINS, JL COMMISSION MERCHANT, Wholesale Dealer and Receiver of FLOUR, and all kinds or PRODUCE, Also : REFINED OILS, Checkered Front, 273 Liberty St., Pittsbubo, Pa. S- Prices Current and Marking Tlates sent to shippers. . LauS13 B ENSON, CAMPBELL & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 507 Market Bt., Philadelphia. tg& Refer by permission to A. A. Barker, Ebensburg. aug.i BARNES, OSTERHOUT, I1ERKON 4 Co. Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in HATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS, And FURS, No. 503 Market St.. above Fifth st, augl3 Philadelphia. WHOLESALE v HR00ERS CALDWELL & FRY, Wholesale Dealers in OHSIERY, GLOVES, akd NOTIONS, 406 Market 6trper, Philadelphia. I. C. CALDWELL, aug. 13 WM. W. FBT. JAS. W. RIDDLE, J. FUTIIKT SMITH, JNO. C. SHERBORNE, W. CALVIN MOOaE. RIDDLE, SHERBORNE & CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers in FOREIGN 4 DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, 438 Market St., below 5th, and 433 Merchant street, augl3 PHILADA. JACOB K. SMITH. J. R. SELTZER. SMITH & SELTZER, Importers and Dealers in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE, GUNS, CUTLERY, &c. No. 409 N. Third St., above Callowhill, augl3 . Philadelphia. EN. P. THOMPSON, vilh A. OPPENHEIMER & CO., Manufacturers acd Jobbers of nATS, CAPS, FURS, and STRAW GOODS, No. 517 Market street, augl3 Philadelphia. NATIONAL SOAP AND CANDLE MANUFACTORY, HENRY SC UNABLE, Wholesale dealer in Soap, Candles, Groce ries, Liquors and Fish, at -city prices, auglS Main bt., JOHNSTOWN, PA. "YJT'HOLESALE AND RETAIL TIN, COPPER, 4 SHEET-IRON WARE MANUFACTORY. - Having been East and purchased my stock when prices were low, T am now prepared to offer cash buyers better bargains than can be had anywhere in WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA.. My stock consists in part of every variety of TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER AND BRASS WARES, ENAMELED AND PLAIN SAUCE PANS, BOILERS, SKILLETS, FRENCH AND. ENGLISH HEAVY WARE, Made without seam out of Double Tin, TOILET SETS, Unsurpassed in beauty and cheapness, PIE FORKS, CORN POPPERS, COFFEE MILLS, IRON SKIMMERS, MINCING KNIVES, SLAW CUTTERS, And every article you need in the Kitchen. Particular attentiod given to SPOUTING! VALLEYS AND CONDUCTORS 1 1 am sole agent in this place for the NOBLE COOK, IRONSIDES, GREAT REPUBLIC, TRIUMPH, SPEAR'S ANTI-DUST HEATING AND COOKING STOVES. Odd Plates for repairs constantly on hand, as well as other make of Stoves, which will be sold at prices to please. GRATES and "GRATE FRONTS, of all sizes, with CAST IRON FENDERS, Furnished at Manufacturers Retail Prices. I would call particular attention to my stock and prices of LAMP TRIMMINGS, Consisting in part of all varieties of BURNERS, 1. CHIMNEYS, WICKS, OIL CANS, Which I am retailing at Wholesale Prices. SUGAR KETTLES, CAULDRONS, STOVE POTS, .&c , All sizes, constantly on hand at reduced prices. Special attention given to JOBBING ! In Tin, Copper, or Sheet Iron, at lowest pos sible rates. MERCHANTS' WHOLESALE LIST Now ready and will be sent on application by mail or in person. Jy Hoping to see all my old customers and many new ones this Spring, I return my most sincere thanks for the very liberal pat ronage I have already received, and will en deavor to please all who may call, whether they buy or not. Call on or address FRANK W. HAY, aug!3 Johnstown, Pa. f) 500,000 CUSTOMERS IN FOUR m YEARS. PATRONIZE THE BEST! Having the largest capital, most experi enced buyer?, and extensive trade of any con cern in the Dollar Sale business, we GUARANTEE SATISFACTION in every instance, and also the best selection of Good3 ever offered at ONE DOLLAR EACH. No other concern has any show uherever our Agents are selling. Our inotto, "Prompt and Reliable." Male and Female agents wanted in city and country. THE LADIES Are particularly requested to try our popular club system of selling all kinds of DRY AND FANCY GOODS, DRESS PATTERNS, COT TON CLOTH, CASTORS, SILVER PLATED GOODS, WATCHES, &c. (Established 1864.) A patent pen fountain and a check describing an article to be sold for a dollar, 10 cts ; 20 for $2 ; 40 for $4 ; 60 for $6 ; 100 for $10; sent by mail. Free presents to getter up of club. Give us a trial. Send for circular. fg?- No humbug. Address EAfeTMAN 4 KENDALL, 65 Hanover-st, Boston, Mass. Aug. 13-Gm LATEST ARRIVAL! The subscriber has just received, at his store, on High street, Ebensburg, a large and salable stock of Flour, Bacon, . Sugars, Molasses, Tea, Coffee, Table Salt, Barrel Salt, Spices, Cheese, Tobacco, Cigars, and everything in the. Grocery, Notion and Confectionery line. Also, Boots and Shoes, Carbon and Lubri cating Oils, 4c, 4c. B All which will be sold very cheap for cash. augl3 G. G. OWENS. S. ROBINSON, with GEO. F. ROBINSON 4 CO., Manufacturers of PINE, HEMLOCK, BEECH, and MAPLE LUMBER. Also, FLOORING, WEATHERBOARDING, SHINGLES, LATH, BLACK WALNUT, ASH, and CHERRY, Orders sent to Ebensburg, Cambria co., or Rush House, Pittsburg, will be promptly at tended to. aug 13. JOSEPH ZOLNER has just opened, tF r.nd offers for sale a splendid lot of eight-day and t.vcntj-four hour CLOCKS, fine WATCHES of every description, AC- CORDIANS, JEWELRY, and a variety of all articles in his line. Repairing of Clocks. Watches, and all kinds of Jewelry done on short notice and most reasonable terms. Shop on Hitth 6treet, opposite Public School House, Lbensburg. ug 13 i10AL! COAL ! COAL ! The subscriber i3 now carrying on the Colliery of Wm. Tiley. Sr.. at Lily Station. on the Pennsylvania Railroad, Cambria coun ty, and will be glad to fill all orders, to any amount, of citizens of Ebensburcr and vicin ity. Satisfaction as to quality of Coal guar- antiea in an cases. W.M. TILEY, Jr. Hemlock P. O., Aug. 33, 1868. w F. ALTFATIIER, Manufacturer of and noiesaie ana Retail Dealer in HAVANA akd DOMESTIC CIGARS, PLUG, n.i i , . " uuuiiihu 111) O.UVJl.l. j TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, SNUFF BOXES, akd CIGAR CASES, lAt the sign of the -Indian,! Main st.. oept. a, iets. Jphnstowx, pA - THE ALLEGH AN IANM ILL be Polished every Thuradty ? . ; the following rates, vil: ' N Per annum, payable in advance..,. If not paid in advance..... -$2.0 A failure to notify a discontinuance f expiration of the term subscribed for - considered a new engagement. RATES OP ADVERTISING." i Transient advertising, per sq., one ins tj - Each subsequent insertion..... ;i Auditor's Notices, each.....: ,''! Administrators' and Executors' Notices I Mdtl tJ A ...... ....... 3 mof. 1 square, 12 lines... ... $2.50 2 squares, 24 lines.... 5.00 3 squares, 36 lines.... 7.00 Quarter column 9.5u Third column 11.00 Half column 34.00 Column 25.00 1.K I5.r 6 mos. $4.00 8.00 10.00 .34.00 16.00 25.00 35.00 Cards, 28.c- 35,f- I 6)4 not f Professional or Business exceeding 8 lines, with paper.. Advertisements not marked with ,l number of insertions desired, will be ccmt s I ued till forbidden,. and charged according f the above terms. ; JS&- All kinds of Job Work will bt do J on reasonable terms. I JOOK WELL TO YOUR FEET j BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY. The snbsenber, having dispensed with tho' sale of Eastern-made wort as a specialty 04 his establishment, is determined to appK himself with renewed energy to the miru- factnre of BOOTS AND SHOES! He has in his employ a corps of compete workmen, and asserts that he can turn out a betttr Boot or Shoe than ant- similar establishment in Cambria Coan- 'I ty. Give him a trial and be convinced -Particular attention paid to the man- ' ufacture of FINE FRENCH CALFSKIN BOOTS! i Good work, moderate prices, and satlf totij: guaranteed in all c.-ues. i Boots and shoes repaired proantlv and i-f a workmanlike l-urner. " C3Shop or. H;gh-st., one door ens: Crawford's Hotel. GIVE ME A CALL ! aug. 13 JOHN D.T1I0MX3. I S' The undersigned keeps cons'.ant.V on ! hani and is still manufa:turing all artic'itif in his line, such as i SADDLES, ; FINE SINGLE AND DOUBLE nRNEcr DRAFT HARNESS, BLIND BRIDLES, RIDING BRIDIE CHECK LINES. HALTERS, WHIPS, BRF.KCHBANDS, iJ All which he will dispose of at low j.rLtii for cash. ' j His work is all warranted, and being ex-.f---rienced in the busine??, be nsesonlv the lW of leather. Thankful fDr past favors, Lt hopes by attention to Business to merit i continuance of the patronage heretofore s t liberally extended to him. Shop above the tin store of Thomas V ' Williams, Higbst. Persons wishing ?cr r substantial Harness can be accoRimod.-itt.l. ; fctAll persons indebted to me ire r quested to call ami settle as soon as possibl- as I n eed money. aul3 HUGH A. ITCOY. ( PRICES KKDUCED ! I JOHNSTOWN MARBLE Y70UK.; The subscriber hits just received a br and handsome invoice of ITALIAN AXD AM Eli IC AX MARIilJ , comprising me largest ana nntst scui ot kinds of MONUMENTS, TOM BfcTONr.s, BLE TOPS, BUREAU TOPS, MANTELS5, & as cheap ts they can be purchased in auy the cities A large stock of GRINDSTONES on h: and for sale low. ' Articles of my manufacture can be purcl sed at the Hardware Store of Mr. Oec:r- Huntley, in Ebensburg. Bg Prompt attention pa:d to oruers tr." distance, ani wctk delivered where iir: red. ugl3l JOHN PAUKt . LOHETTO MARBLE WOKk .-; The undersigned begs lrave to in;':' the citizens of Cambria and adjoining tc: ties that be has just received a stock of ", finest Italian and other Marbles at h'.s e lishment, in Loretto, Cambria county. Pa- 5 Monuments, Tombs, Grave Stones, 1'tu.f J Bureau tops, manufactured of the most t-t j tiful and finest quality of Foreign and P tic marble, always on hand and made too" as cheap as they can be purchased ia the c in a neat and workmanlike manner, , the shortest notice. The public are respectfully invited to p' me a call before purchasing elsewhere, : am confident that my work and prices'; satisfy any person desiring anything line of business. inow is rue time to ret a cheap jot . . f ausria JAMES WILM-V PATRONIZE YOUR OH'N'.' J THE PROTECTION MVTl'AL I INSURANCE COMPANY OF CAMoulA i LOCATED AT EBENSBURG, iA. j The above named Company, orgta:? April 6th, 185T, will effect insurance . property at safe rates. Being paring careful in the risks taken, ttiis cou.i ; sent3 a reliable and cheap medium, thrc which persons may secure themselves - probable losses by hre. Office on Centre Street, neanj tr the "Mountain House." , ! JOHN WILLIAM?) rr-. J. Llotd, Sec'y. 4 Trca?. R Ayents : EVAN ROBERTS, Johnstown- t JAMES PURSE, " JNO. E. ROBERTS, EbeDeturS- J Ebensburg, Aug. 13, 18G8. SiTALUALE FARM FOR SA': The subscriber offers at P""16 hi3 FARM, situate in Chest township, bria county, four miles from Carrollto six mile3 from Chest Springs consists of Sixty-Five Acres, oi acres are cleared and in a good ftat tivation. The balance of the wJ timbered with marketable lumber, i j a comfortable Frame House and a - . i : v. r..,Aj a Tniinir mo iiicuiiacs, ucaiuc j Tberf Orchard of choice fruit trees. also a never-failing spring of I",reJtiie?- ftr oiuer conveniences m ,c: , . . .- . a nil Pu erty will be sola on iair ienu bfrj putable title will be given. For J" aA liculars apply to IN. JJ. J 13-tf. Chest Tp , Aug. Work of all kinds 5e tl-i kind ever brought to Joimstown, at b.- I tablisbmeut, on Franklin Steeet, wliwtW. I prepared, with an adequate force of ti. enceu and skillful workman, t execute JEST Job ofhc.