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Killing Timber. There is nothing connected with farming, in a new and wooded country, which makes so munifi cent a return lor money expended, as dead ening timber on land several yeara iQ ad vanco of clearing it Of course, on mov ing upon timbered land, tho first thing in order i3 to provide 8 dwfi-og nr. 1 s-'r.c-I.vr for the stock," with a muvu,: around each t:; rrcvt.nt ttm-s ir-.-.u 'Z j tj ! upon them M.r.5jJ throw dow:j si'." ia f.iO r. i c.'iu 's.e i pre'iri)iT..T;:0' attended ground at ia to bo clear within a f:.v v.rn, u. commenc? iriitcg i c so much -m is ue-.-d:''! U .1 1 It 1 1 n g euc h 1 1 o . 'J 1; o;i ? s u '. t a timber or rails, may I e leli int. ct, but all iho rest shuuldbe girdUJ. ia fcix ur sev- ca years, if the timber be hard, the trees will have died, the limbs have iulleu to the ground and rotted there, rvith a por tion cf the bolls abo, adding much to the fertility of the soil. E!der3 may spring up, but these are -easily removed when clearing time comes. In chopping this deadened timber, much of it will be broken up in falling, thus materially lightening the labor of clearing. Such stumps as th3 fire spares cau be readily removed and burnt, thus preparing the way for the im mediate introduction of the plow. By this preliminary labor the land will be render ed fully thirty per cect. better than it would be were the timber chopped and cleared off in a green state. Ia wooded sections, not remote frcm villages crcilie?, actual or in prospect, or traversed by railroads cr likely soon to be, this mode of clearing would not be advis able, as the wood will pay largely above the cost of cutting and hauling to market. But when no such chance is presented, and that timber u to be felled and burnt on the ground, girdling is the true policy, for the reason already assigned. It savea time and crpense, and gives much better returns for the labor bestowed. Till: Saw. The saw is an instrument of very ancient origin. We Cud it men tioned ia the book of Isaiah at the period cotemporaneous with the buildingcf Home. It is represented on the obelisks of Egypt, and was in use among the Egyptians a thousand years before the days of Isaiah. The Greeks ascribe thcinvention of the saw to Daedaalus, or his pupil Talus; but it is certainly of a more ancient date. Saw mills were erected in Germany in the fourth century; ia the Island of Madcria in 1-120; at Breslau, in Austria, in 1-132; and in 1430 the first one in Norway was built. These were followed by many others all over Europe. The saw mill, as a mechanism for cutting timber, had not been in use very long in some countries before the settlement of America. The early mode practiced by the Amer ican colonists of manufacturing boards and planks was either to saw them by hand or split them from the log, and then finish by hewing with an ax. The first saw mill erected in New England was in New Hampshire, near Portsmouth, some time previous to the year 1G31. The first miil in Massachusetts was'built about the year 1G3. This wss some yeara before the saw mill was introduced into England. An enriy account of Now York, published in 1703, speaks of Dutch built mills for eawing timbers, one cf which would do more woik ia an hour than fifty men in two days. Saw mills were erected on Manhattan Island as early as 1033. A 6aw mill, down to the close of the last cen tury, was fjuite a simple affair, and a mill that then cost 8500 was considered better than the average. Watering Houses. Horses should never be kept so long without water that they will drink largely when they get it. Give it to them often, and tbey will never injure themselves with it. Nothing is more common than to hitch a tpam to the plough, nnd make them work half a day without a drop. What man would submit to such treatment? If the plough i3 start ed at seven in the morning, water should be given nguiu befors ton, and tigaiu in the after-noon by four o'clock. Even if half an hour is thus consumed, more woik will be done in a day. The objection that horses on the road should not be "loaded with water" is not valid. A horse weigh ing 1,200 pounds will not be much cu cumbered additional by twenty pounds of water, while the distension will give him additional strength. Every farmer knows that when he himself undertakes to lift a large log or heavy etone, he can do more by first inflating himself with air, and not unfrequently he loses a button or two from his jantaloons in the operation. Some degree of inflation -by water will add to a horse's strength in a similar way. In driving a horse on the road at a natural gait of i;ine or tcu miles an hour, I have frequently had occasion to observe that he was laboring with desperation until I let him drink freely, when ho ceased to svreat and evideuti!y travelled more freely. Don't be afraid lo give your horso vu.icr ; the danger is in making them abstain too long, in which case care is needed. In the Western Penitentiary, during last year, tho social relation of the pris oners were, single, two hundred and fifty; married, one hundred and sixty ; widower, twenty-seven. This cshibic speaks wll for wedded life. The report abo .s aws that there were one hundred and uint.fy threo laborera imprisoned: shoemakers, nineteen; carpenters, twenty-two, a ;! farmers, eeventeen. These four bru- r of industry are the most largely rc rt.-cu'-ed, and, save the latter, are handy jtv-ers to have in the institution. ABRAHAM BLAINE, llarl.,r E;u:ns.bc!;o, Pa. Shaving, Shampooing, and lluir-dreesiug done ia the most artistic s'.yle. Saloon directly opposite t'i -Moun-taiaHouse." augl3 s UMMER GOODS FOR 1868 11 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. A. A. BARItEEl & SOZV, High St., EBENSBURG, PA. A. A. BARKER k SON tr.re receive 3 ird ?d ov.t, r.t their .Sieve, cn High street, Snmiuer stock of goW. for 'OS. their 1 it .J O GOODS. roVLi:s, ALPACAS, 'DELAINES, PRINTS, flannels, llan::cts, CLOTH.', CASSIMEHES, SHAWLS AND CLOAK IN GS, Every style in the market: HOSIERY, GLOVES, AND KNIT GOODS, HATS 4 CAPS, SOOTS & SHOES. W II I T n GOODS, embracing new styles of NAINSOOKS, SWI?R MUSLINS. MULLS, TARLETONS, WHIT 12 CRINOLINES, BRILLIANT 4 CORDED SKIRTING. EM BROIDERIES, consisting in part of JACONET AND SWISS EDGINGS AND INSERTING S, BANDS. COLLARS, SETTS, THREAD EDGINGS LACES. DIMITY BOB DIN HOOPED SKIRTS, Cheaper than ever. The celebrated DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT, tb e best ia use, Sold at the vert loicest market rates. IIOUS E KEEPING GOODS! DAMASKS, TABLE COVERS, CRASH I5ROWN A DAMASK T BLE 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, &c , &c, Of all sizes, widths, and prices- A full stock of HEADY-MADE CLOTHING! BOOTS SHOES, NATS $ CATS, NOTIONS, PERFUMERY, Sc.. A good assortment of HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, &c. F E E D , V E G E TABLES, We keep constantlv on hand &C. Corn, Oats, 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 Rje Flonr, Corn and Oat Meal, Hominy, Hulled U:tney, Lacon, Sticror-cured Hams, Dried Beef. Sail by the barrel, and Sack Salt for Table use; Goshen and V esteru Reserve Cheese; Crackers of all kinds. TOBACCO! , Complete assortment of French Spices. Sperm, Adamantine & Mould Candles Soaps, Castile, Rosin, and all other kmd3. Rio and Java Coffees. Black, Imperial and Young Hyson Teas. Hard, Soft, Pulverize 1 and Brown Svgars. Syntvs and Molasses of all kinds. Dried Apples and Peaches. Mackerel, Herring, Salmon. Coal Oil and Turpentine. Lard, Whale and Linseed Oils. Faints of every description. Scrub, and Horse Brushes. Varnisles, ic, &c, &., &c, &c. DR UGS AND PA TENT MED J CINES. All kinds cf IRON AND N AILS. ''otite. rJuvius twice is large a stock as any other :aerciia;u in town, we buy cheaper, Had can then foie sell cheaper, than any competitor. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS ! CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS ! CALL AND EXAMINE GOOLS ! The public is invited to call before pnrcha ski-' elsewhere. No charee tor uowing goods, buy or not buy. Customers waited on by polite and atten tive salesmen. tGf" Cherry, Poplar, Spruce, Pine, and other Lumber, Putter, Eggs, and Country Produce generally, taken in exchange for Goods. " aug!3 "TT HOLES ALE AND RETAIL TIN, COPPER, & SHEET-IRON WARE MANUFACTORY. Havine been East and purchased tar stock when prices were'low, I 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 A1D BRASS WARES, ENAMELED AND PLAIN SAUCE PANS, BOILERS, SKILLETS, FRENCH AND ENGLISH IIEAYY WARE, Made without seam oat of Double Tin, TOILET SETS, Unsurpassed in beauty and cheapness, TIE FORKS, CORN POPPERS, COFFEE MILLS, IRON SKIMMERS, MINCING KNIVES, SLAW CUTTERS, And evpry article you need in the Kitchen. Particular attention given to SPOUTING! VALLEYS AND CONDUCTORS ! 1 am sole agent in this p!.itTfor the NOBLE COOK, IRONSIDES, GREAT REPUBLIC, TRIUMPH, ' SPEAR'S ANTI-DUST nEATING AND COOKING STOVES. Odd Plates for repairs constantly on hand, as well as other mike of Stoves, which will be sold at prices to please. GRATES and G 11 ATE 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, CHIMNEYS, WICKS, OIL CANS, Which I am retailing at Wholesale Prices. SUGAR KETTLES, CAULDRONS, STOVE TOTS, &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 ma.I or in person. 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 1 have already received, and will en deavor to please all who may can, whether they buy or not. Call on or address FRANK W. II AY, RUfflS JOHNSTOWN, 1A. G1 REAT INDUCEMENT FOR AN ENERGETIC MAN. The undersigned offers for sale a valuable FARM of 150 acres, about 100 acre3 cleared, well fenced, and in excellent state of cultivation. The farm is located in Carroll tp., Cambria county, 1 miles north west of Carrolltown, a thriving village of about 400 inhabitants. ery con venient to churches, schools, stores, shops, saw and grist mills. The land lies well and produces good crops of wheat, rye, corn, oats, buckwheat and potatoes, also, clover, timo thy and other grasses ; is divided in fields of convenient size, with water in almost every field ; good spring before the house; an abun dance of coal and limestone on the place ; al so, a sufficiency of wood and timber for all purpeses. The buildings are a good and nearly new plank house, plastered, weather- boarded and painted; a shedded log barn, and a commodious wagon shed. This is re ally a very desirable farm, being so conve nient to Carrolltown and in a good neigh borhood, a healthy location, and cheap. Price $3,200 ; Sl,5oO cash, balance in con venient payments. For particulars call on j AMES CUNNINGHAM, Carroll tp. Dec. 10, 18oS-3m E M MON & M U R R Y , EBENSBURG DRUG & BOOK STORE! Lemmon & Muscat, dealers in Drus, Medicines, Pass Books, Perfumery, Blank Books, Prayer Bookfi, Bibles, Histories, Novels, School Books, Jewelry, Photograph Albums, Pipes, Tobacco, Cigars, "and Snnff, Pure Liquors for Fancy Soaps, Patent Medicines, Pure Smces, Flavoring Extracts, Cap Paper, Post Paper, Note and Billet Paper, Pens, Pencils, Penknives, Pocket Books, medicinal purposes. Ebensburg, August 20, 18G8-3m. T ATEST ARRIVAL! 1 I The subscriber has just received, at hi? store, on .High street, Ebensburg, a large :uid salable stock of n-.ur. Bacon, Sugars, .Molasses, ioa, Coffee, Tble Salt, Barrel Salt, Spices, Cheese, Tobacco, Cigars, and everything in the Grocerv, Notion and Confectionery line. Also, I3oot9 and Shoes, Carbon and Lubri cating Oils, &c, fcc. All which will be sold verv cheap for cash. faug!3 G.G.OWENS. COAL! COAL! COAL ! The subscriber is now carrying on the Colliery of Wra. Tiley, Sr , at Lily Station, on the Pennsylvania Rfilroad, Cambria coun ty, and will be glad to fill all oiders. to any amount, oi cuizcua ui tm-nsunrg ana vicin ity. Satisfaction as to quality of Coal guar antied in all cases. WM. TILEY, Jr. Hemlock P. O., Aug. 13, 18t3. VST E- A IVIfIvT H Eli TV Manufacturer of and Wholesale nnd Retail dealer in HAVANA and DOMESTIC CIGARS, PLUG, FINE CUT CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, SNUFF DUXES, and CIGAR CASES, "LAt the sign of the Indian,' Main St., Sept. 3, 1808. JonNSTOWN, Pa. HAVE YOU SUBSCRIBED FOR THE ALLEGHAN IAN ?" TERMS, $2.00 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. GRANT HOUSE, nEMLOCK, PA., Jonx WitKix, Proprietor. This house ha3 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 want3 of the public. His table will be supplied with all the delicacies of the season.' By constant attention, he expects to merit a liberal share of public patronage. August 13, 1863. UNION HOUSE, EBENSBURG, PA., Jeromk A. Plott, Proprietory No pains will be spared to render this hotel worthy of a continuation . of the patronage it has heretofore received. The table will always be furnished with the best the market affords; the bar with the best of liquor3. The stable i3 large, and will be attended by an attentive hostler. ag 13- LOGAN HOUSE, EBENSBURG, PA., Isaac Chawforp, 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 iu the State, and Sta bling of the very best. ug 13. OSTER HOUSE, Coa. CriSTON & Locust sts., JOHNSTOWN. PA., Wm. Linton, Proprietor. This well known house has been complete ly refitted and refurnished, and is now pre pared for the reception of guesis at reasona ble charges. auS 13-. Ti FOUNTAIN HOUSE, ltX EBENSBURG, PA. R. P. Linton & Co., Proprietors. The Tablk i3 always supplied with the choicest delicacies. The Bar is supplied with choice liquors : and the Stable attended by careful hostlers. Boarders taken by the week, mopth or year. aug 13 LAUREL RUN EXCHANGE, HEMLOCK, CAMIUUA CO., PA., Richard Detlino, Proprietor. This popular stand has lately been refitted throughout, and its door3 are now open for the reception of the tired, hungry or thirsty public. Lau? 1J u NION HOUSE, HEMLOCK, CAMSIUA CO., PA. Otto IIelly, Proprietor. This hotel is situated immediately along side the Railroad Depot, and is the most con venient stopping pla.ee in town for travelers August 13, 13G3. CAMBRIA HOUSE, EBENSBURG, PA., Henry Fosteh, Proprietor. The first c!ass position among first cIjss ITotels will be maintained in the future, as ia the past, by the Arcade. aug 13 C. EBY & CO , WHOLESALE GROCERS, A-id Commission Merchants, S'o. 522 Market St., between Fifth and Sixth, Philadelphia. We have constantly on hand a general as sortment of nil kinds of fish, in large and small packages, which we will sell low for Cash or short credit. Also, Duncanuon Nails and Spikes of all sizes, constantly on hand and for sale at Manufacturer's prices, aula m C. JENKINS, jj COMMISSION MERCHANT, Wholesale Dealer and Receiver cf FLOUR, AND ALL einos of PRODUCE, 150.- REFINED OILS, Checkered Front, 213 Liberty sr., PlTTSELlltf, Pa. Prices Current and Marking Plates sent to shippers. LauS JgENSOX, CAMPBELL & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. DOT Market St., Philadelphia. -2y Refer by permission to A. A. Barker, Ebensburg. LdUS- TAENES, OSTERHOUT, II E RRON Jr? & co. Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in HATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS, And FURS, No. 503 Market St., above Fifth st., auglo Philadelphia. WHOLESALE MP' CALDWELL & FRY, Wholesale Dealers ifi OHSIERY, GLOVES, and NOTIONS, 400 Market street, Philadelphia. I. C. CALDWELL, ilUJ. 13 WM. W. TRY. EN. P. THOM PSON. icith S MEDLEY BROTHERS, Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in HATS, CAPS, FURS, STRAW GOODS, LA DIES" HATS, RIP.r.ONS, MILLINERY GOODS, f:t.. kc. No. 415 Market-st. Phildklpeia. JAS. W. KIDDLE, J. TTTHKY BMITII, JNO. C. SHERBORNE, W. CALVIN MOORE. T IDDLE, SHERBORNE & CO., JLVi Importers and Wholesale Dealers in FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, 438 Market St., below 5th, and 433 Merchant street, augl3 PHIL ADA.' JACOB K. SMITH. J. H. BELTZKU. MIT11 & SELTZER, Importers and Dealers in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE, GUNS, CUTLERY, &c No. 403 N. Third St., above Callowhill, aug!3 Philadelphia. fp S. ROBINSON, roth JL GEO. F. ROBINSON & CO Manufacturers of PINE, HEMLOCK, BEECH, and MAPLE LUMBER. FLOORING, AVEATHERBOARDING, SHINGLES, LATH, BLACK WALNUT, ASH, and CHERRY, Orders Eent to Ebensburg, Cambria co., or i.ush House, Pittsburg, will be promptly at tended to. aug 13 TVTATIONAL SOAP AND CANDLE XI MANUFACTORY, II K Nil Y SC1INA BL E, Wholesale dealer in Soap, Candle?, Groce ries, Liquors and Fish, at city prices, augl3j- Main- st., JOHNSTOWN, TA, "yVBENSBURG STOVE and TIN WARE DEPOT! T. W. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. Just received, at the Ebensburg Stova and Tinware Depot, a large and well selected StOCK of COOK STOVES, PARLOR STOVES, -OFFICE STOVES, - COPPER .WARE, TINWARE, ' SHEET-IRON WARE, HOUSE SPOUTING, TIN ROOFING, &c. And a general assortment of Hardware, Cutlery, Farm a Edge Tools, Nails, Horse Shoes, Apple Parexs, Hand Saws, Oil Stones, Meat Cutters, Coal Hods, Door Lock Keys, Sad Irons, Coffee Mills, Coffee Roasters, Carbon Oil Lamps. Chimneys, Burners, Wicks, Stove Polish, Boot Polish, Hoop Iron, Wagon Iron, Bolts, &c. 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, 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 ar.d Grute?, kc, for re pairs, on hand for the Stoves I sell ; others will bo ordered when wanted. OIL BARRELS Made out of Galvanized Stcet Iron, to hold any desired quantity, manufactured and for sale at the Ebensburg Stove and Tinware Depot. AH dealers m Oil should have thc-ra. Till EUREKA COFFEE ROASTER 1 A time saving, temper saving, labor sa ving, money saving invrution. The women'; friend. The best Roaster in market. As I have lately added largely to my stock, and hate now a first-class Hardware and Tin Store, persons in want of anything in my line are invited to trive me a cad. One thin;? I desire to be disticct'y understood WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD! Cg" Repairing promptly attended to. By stiict attention to business and a desire to deal fairly and justly with all men, I hope to merit and receive a share of public patronage. EsSS1 Store on High street, Ebensburg. in the rooms lately occupied by Mills & Davis, a.ul:, TIIOS, U . WILLIAMS. OUMMER WOOD ANNOUNCEMENT ! I .j- CO. Have just received, at their Mammoth near the Railroad Station, tore, JOHNSTOWN, Still another invoice of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Also, MILLINERY, DRESS GOODS, CARPETS, GROCERIES, They offer Goods of all descriptions at W II O L E S A L E a n i R E TtA I L ! As cheap as they can be purchased in the Eastern Cities. Cur stock of GENERAL DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, RAG, INGRAIN, & BRUSSELS CARPETS. MATTING, PAPER HANGINGS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS, QUEENS WARE, YELLOW WARE, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, II A RD WARE, IRON, NAILS, FEED, SALT, &c, Is the largest ever brought into Johnstown. By buying our Goods in large quantities, nnd on the best terms, we are enabled to sell at prices much lower than arc oifer ed elsewhere in Johnstown. V'a 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 tho DA IL I" ME A T MA RKL T AND THE YEG- E TA BL E DEPA R TMENT, At which citizens can procure all kinds of 1-resu Meat and Vegetables in season. On the second and third floor3, bu. with convenient entrances on the first floor from Washington street, are two capacious TAILOR and SHOE SHOPS, . Where fine nnd coarse Eoots and Shoes, and all kind3 of Gentlemen's Wearing Ap parel are made to order, promptly, and in fashionable style. A full Hue of Cloths, Cassimer3, Cas smets, &c, constantly ou hand. In the Shoe Department are kept for sale Shoe Findings of all kinds, and a prime assortment of Un- . . I C 1 T . yei mm ouia reamer. sep3 THE ALLEGH ANUp lL Lbe published every Thars. the follow 1D3 rates. Per annum, payable in" adTanro If not paid in advance A failure to notifv a AisKni- j ..tuuliaa expiration ot the term subscribe f0r considered a new engagement. SATES OF ADTERT1SIXQ Transient advertising, per sq., one i, . Each subsequent insertion " Auditor's Notices, each " Administrators' and Executors' Not'uT ' Estray Notices " 3 mof. 1 square, 32 lines... ... $2.50 2 squares, 24 lines.... 5.00 3 squares, 33 lines.... T.00 Quarter.'column 9.00 Third column 11.00 Half column 14.00 Column 25.00 G M0i. p" 10.03 -24 Oj I ;s.f)j) . Cards. .." Professional or Business exceeding 8 lines, with paper. Advertisements not marie a number of insertions desired, willttc.. ued till forbidden, adcaarged aces:5--the above terms. Sr" All kind3 of Job Work will be on reasonable terms. -yOOK WELL TO Y0UH pv UOOT AND SHOE MANL'TACTC!. The subscriber, having ai-per.sci v' sale of Eastern-made work as a s-tci his esiablir.hme.'it, is determined' to hiraseif with renewed energy to the t fact iire of BOOTS AND SHOES He has in his employ a corps of co;.r workmen, and asserts that he can: out a better Boot or Shoe than ar.r similar establishment ia C.r.nbria r0 ty. G ivc him a trial aid be rnrr Pariicular attention paid to tLe r.ai" nf.icturc cf FINE FRENCH CALF SKIN L.nr, vjuui liiv'urmm prices, &r. i Ei:,- -. u.-.runiee-d m all cases. Boota ar.d shoes repaired proir.'.svA a workmanlike manner. JU?"" fciio-.) or. lligh-st., one dcori Crawford's Ho-el. GIVE ME A CALL ! aug. 13 JOHN D. TIIQ, SADDLERY AND HARNESS: The undersigned keeps ccr.s'ay. hani and is f-tiii manufacturing aii t in his line, such s SADDLES. FINE SINGLE AND t;OUHLE HAP DRAFT n ARXES, BLIND BRIDLES, RIDING BEL CHECK LINES, HALTERS, WHIPS, BR EC. 'I "A NT All which he will dispose cf at lev for cash. His work is all wnrrauted, and ! lieuced in the business, he rses cr.r: of leather. Thankful fur past !a hopes by attention to business t r cor.tinunr.ee of t'ue patronage Lc.T liberally extended t: him. Shop above the tin store of TH: Williams, High st. Perseus w iil.Irr substantial Harness can be accommo.: 5AI1 persons indebted to u.e : quested to call and settle as soon as p as I need month'. su, HUGH A. M C TRICES R EDUCED ! A JOHNSTOWN MA RULE V The subscriber has just received and liiind-uKP invoice of ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MA j comprisi'ig tLe largest and finest stoe-V km cJ ever brouglit to Johnstown, p.: . tublishment, on Franklin Steeet, wir preparcd, with an adequate force of i enccd nr.d skillful workmen, to tit kinds of MONUMENTS, TOMFSTOT BEE TOPS, BUREAU 10FS, MANTLL as cheftp as they can be purcha.-ei ia the cities A lare stock of GRINDSTONES c: and for sale low. Articles of my manufacture cnr. If; sed at the Hardware Store tf Mr. Huntley, in Ebensburg.- yr Prompt attention paid to or:. a distance, and work rea. au5l3 JOHN fi T ORKTTO MARBLE V"U;. JL-i The undersigned begs leave k the citizens of Cambria and aJjj-- ties that he has just received a stoa fintst Italian and other Marbles lishment, in Loretto, Cambria couLt. Monuments, Tombs, Grave elon-'. Bureau tors, manufactured of then tiful and nnc-3t quality of Foreign i--tic marble, always on lumd and E-f as cheap as tbey can be purchn.'f in a neat and workmanlike eue" the shortest notice. The public are rcsrectfullr invito rne a call before purcLasin;; c'.;'"' am confident that my work sra satisfy any person desiring er.vU-'-a line of buaine3. ... Now is tho time to get a ch? ' 5;;': augi$ i j ..-ii-c: " " T)ATBONlZE THi.' TT?nT FPTION .ucii-; -T' INSURANCE COMPANY " CAJ' LOCATED AT ti-i '. The above named Company, April 6th, IS57, will effect in.-u.-- nrnnortv at safe ratCS. xJCingi- ..-cuT-JNi. i- careful in the risks taken, this al cents a reliable and cheap ofu which persons may secure theiae. probable losses by fire. Office on Centre Street, ne . tho "Mountain House." , ; JOHN WILLI- R J. Lloyd, Sec'y. & las" li V I . yj u l. a i .HMF.S PT'RSE. JNO. E. ROBERTS, pr Ebensburg, Aug. 13, 1?- Licensed by tho United ';f;-;f iOOD NEWS FOK tOV , HJT OF STAPLE AND FAM rnPATlirT THE COl ' .1 II A R R I N G T O Of fifteen years' standing fl3. JD.;;v: tailers of the above goods, in cinitv. have concluded to ou' ( the whole country the aE',;;;:. immense importations and gl : inan manufactories througJ r-ir.T..R SYSTEM. Our premium list to flPPB-!e"s;i list, for Acrents and patrons, by any house in the nt,;,, r. Best New York an J '-4 " circ'--. when required. Send for i. s. requi N Boston. Postomce d- - I v- Subscribe for Tue AUt" ; 6