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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
pm'L Table. Through the kiud-
0f Juuios S. Clark, Esq., the gentle-
anly ticket agent at Cresson, we have
..i -.i .11 i .i
en furnished witn a tauie Knowing the
Jerent stations ou the line of the lenn
lvania Kail Road, both East and West ;
"n'tthcr with the distances, and the rates
'fare charged at Cresson for passage to
idi station. As the table will be inter
tinz, as matter of reference, to the trav
;;aj public, we give it a place ia our
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wortny ol emulation. Wo am sat;Rfi.l
that the Cambrians who served in Mexico,
whether they be dead or living havo
brothers and sons and admirers who are
not ready to let the military spirit die out
entirely in this community. We have the
material here to get up one of the best
companies in the State. Then to work
young men, and raise that company !
Quoits. A matched game of Quoits
was pitched at Wilmore, on Saturday last,
by a somewhat celebrated pitcher of Eb-
ensburg, and a young Welchman, of
Johnstown. The match resulted i
of the Welchman. The test was to be the
best three in five. The score made was
as follows :
First game, 21 yards, 14
Second 25 yards, !
Third " 21 yards, 10
Fourth " 25 yards, 14
The purse was said to be $50 ; besides
which, numerous side bets changed hands.
We trust the Ebensburg Cricket Club,
when it enters for a match against the
"All England Eleven," will niakea better
Military Company. Wcaro rcjues
U l t rive cotice that a meeting of cit
uens of Ebensburg and vicinity will be
htM at the Court House, on Saturday
evening next, at G o'clock, for the purpose
taking into consideration the propriety
' -f raising and organizing a military com
uny. We should be pleased if this move
iit should prove successful. Our town
Icen long enough without a military
l'mpany. Johnstown boasts of several,
Md even Hemlock is ahead of us. This
not be. In times cone bv. our
lovrn and vicinity turned out men who did
iae rough fighting for the Stars and
'-iripes, aa the history of the Mexican
will amply testify. The bone of
luuny of these braves have long since
mmletl with a foreign soil. Eleven years
tai-e rolled past since a few of the gallant
P"U returned to their homes. Some of
'cm arc yet amongst us ; and although
iney nay be tired of "the pomp and cir
tu"'stance of war." and uuv not fl in-
'1"e'1 u again enter the lists, yet the ex-
r set by them on that occasion is
The Fair. The Agricultural fairs
which have been held in this place, have
not been so well attendecHrom all parts of
the county as could be desired. On one
or two occasions, several of the districts
were almost wholly unrepresented. We
trust this will not be said of the coming
fair. The 3Ianagers are sparing no pains
or expense to render the most ample ac
commodations to both visitors and exhib
itors, and every locality in the county
should do its part in making the exhibi
tion a full and as varied as possible. If
our friends go into the matter with the
proper spirit, we shall have a fair this fall
which will boalike creditable to our coun
ty and our people.
Senten ced. Ou Saturday evening last,
John Orncr, Jr., George Xagle and Chas.
Weaver, who were severally convicted of
Larceny week before last, were sentenced
by the Court to undergo an imprisonment
for one year in the Western Penitentiary;
and William Xcalies, convicted of receiv
ing stolen goods, was sentenced to six
months' imprisonment in our County Jail.
For some cause which we have not learn
ed, the sentence of Floriuda Brown, also
convicted of Larceny, was deferred until
the next argument court. Orner, Xagle
and Waavor were taken by Sheriff Linton
to the Penitentiary, ou Monday last.
"Special Announcement." ly ref
erence to another column there will be found
the advertisement of Duane Kulison, the
well-known proprietor of the "Quaker
City Publishing House," to which we in
vite the attention of those of our readers
who are possessed with a desire to buy
good and cheap Books. Ia connection
with each Book, the purchaser is presen
ted with a Gift, valued at from 50 cents
to ?.r00. Mr. ltulison has the reputation
of always performing what is down in the
bills and, as a matter of course, the
people have confidence in him.
Serious Accident. We are pained
to learn that Mr. Jerome Dawson, of Al
legheny township, lias lost his right hand.
On Saturday last, whilst engaged on a
saw-mill, he was about removing some
chips from a log that was being sawed,
when the circular saw caught hi.s hand
and instantly cut it off. It was thought
that amputation above the wrist would be
necessary to save his life. 31 r. Daw
son is a millwright by occupation, and is
a most estimable man. We tender him
our sympathy in this sad visitation.
The Great Show. As will be seen
by reference to our advertising columns,
we arc to have a gigantic Circus and Ma
nacrie here on the Gth of next inonth.
If we may judge from the bills, this exhi
bition will surpass anj thing of the kind
we have witnessed in this "neck of
woods" for a long time. Many persons
object to attending the Circus, but when
it contains a collection of the wonders of
the animal kingdom, everybody has a
good excuse to go, in the fact that they
desire to "see the elephant."
Died. On Sunday last, in Ebensl mrrr.
, - 2 J
Ebenezer Davis, aged about 78 years.
The deceased was a native of Wales, and
had served many years in the British ar
my. His trade here was that of a weav
er, and avc have often thought, as we
passed his place of business, that he was
one of the most perfect models of industry
we have ever seen. Late and early his
loom was in operation. He was retired in
his habits, and unassuming in his man
ners. Peace to his ashes !
Married On Tuesday evening last,
at the residence of the bride's father,
Johnstown, by llev. J. Williams, Mr. D.
S. BOLSINGEIt and Miss LEVINIA C.
1U LEY, all of that place.
We cannot say as much for Sturge as
our brother friend of the Echo, in conse
quence of our not receiving two gold dol
lars or a pound-cake. But, we wish there
may never a cloud obscure their pathway,
and may they be happy in each other's
love, until death shall separate them.
Married On the 18th inst, by Aus
tin Thomson, Esq., Wm, W. Clossin to
Mrs. Sarah Young, both of Wilmore,
Cambria county, Pa.
Died On Tuesday, 20th inst., at her
residence, near Beulah, Cambria town
ship, Mrs. Ellen Jone
aged about GO
Wanted. About 15 cords of good
dry Wood will be taken, and paid for in
cash, if application be made at this office.
"s V Tj
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I t 1 I S i
Glganlic Circus and ITIaiiagcric,
COMBINED WITU THE EXHIBITION OF
SANDS, NATHANS & CO.'S
Performing Elephants, Anton; and Cleopatra.
fJlIIS unique and mammoth establishment
I combines a greater number of attractions
than were ever before ottered to the public.
The Performing Elephants, Antony ami Cleo
patra, are the same which, for mouths, trea
ted the greatest furore in London or Paris,
while more recently their performances were
the theme of universal admiration for months
at the Hroadway Theatre, New York. Their
wonderful docility, and the perfection of their
training, make them the mo?t interesting spe
cimens of the animal creation that the world
has ever seen. All their faculties have been
developed to the greatest extent, and they
stand for sci geneuis, the most remarkable of
their kind. They stand upon their head, play
upon Musical instruments, ascend Inclined
Plaaes, and go through all the positions of
the most Accomplished acrobats.
In addition, Bailey & Co.'s Circus and Ma
nagerie comprises a collection of WILD ANI
MALS, including Lions, Tigers, Hears, Leop
ards, Hyenas, Panthers. Ostriches, etc., beside
a large and varied collection of the Monkey
tribe, and a rare variety of the most beautiful
The troupe of Riders, Vaulters, Lady Eques
triennes, etc., is the largest and most thor
oughly artistic now traveling in the United
States, and comprises the following distin
guished names :
Mdme. LOUISE BUI30IS, from the Cirque
M. SANDS, the great Principal Rider.
E. W. PERRY, the best Four Horse Rider
in the World.
S. I5URT,the Wonderful Protean Equestrian.
LA IJELLA ISABELLA, the Sylph of the
J. HOOKER, the great Ruffo Singer.
G. SLOMAN & REDE AC, the World-renowned
SILE WADE, the Comic Negro Delineator.
THORN E & DONALDSON, the thoroughly
accomplished Gymnasts; besides a crowd of
Auxiliaries and Vaultcrs;
LA JUNE KURT, the greatest rider in the
J. CONRAD, the great scene rider.
G. SLOMAN, in his great Globe Act, upon
horseback, will execute a variety of extraor
dinary Feats of Equilibrium.
THE CLOWNS, WARD & BOOKER,
are the very embodiment of Fun and'3ocular
ity. Their jokes are numerous, fresh, spicy,
and piquant, full of hits at the times and fol
lies of the day, j et entirely free from anything
which the most delicately constituted mind
could take the slightest exception to. Bailey
& Co.'s Exhibition, therefore, comprises Ele
gant Horsemanship, a splendid Managerie,
Slack Rope Performance, new Singing, Comie
and Classic Dancing, Wonderful Posturing,
Grand Spectacular Effects, Character Eques
trianism, anda more novel and interesting
programme than was ever before otfercd to
the public. Each entertainment will conclude
with a Comic Aftekfiece, introducing all the
comic talent in the company.
Thb Ameiucax Brass Bash, composed of
picked musicians accompanies the exhibition,
and will precede the Grand Cavalcade on its
entrance to each town, drawn by Elephaxts
is Harness, attached to the magnificent
Chariot of Apollo.
The Pavillion is large and commodious, fit
ted up with due regard to the comfort and
convenience of the visitors, and the Proprie
tors pledge themselves that nothing shall be
found wanting to make this the most elegant,
beautiful and satisfactory exhibition that ever
viiited thia place.
The Grand Entree into the town w ill take
place on THURSDAY, the Cth day of OC
TOBER at 10 o'clock, A. M. Doors open at
I and 6 o'clock. Performance commences at
II and CJ o'clock.
ADMISSION - - - 23 CENTS.
Ebensburg, Sept. 22, 1850.
AT A. IlIiAIX'S S1LOOA.
HE would respectfully inform the citizen3
of Ebensburg and vicinity that he has
opened an Oyster Saloon, on High street three
doors East of "Arcade" Hotel, and id prepar
ed to accommodate the public in a superior
manner, lie lias made arrangements to get
his oysters direct from the Eastern markets,
and will supply families by the can or dozen
at the cheapest rate. BSAt,ive him a call.
He still continues to practice the Tonsonal
art at his shop ia the room adjoining the
JACOB STAIIL. c. Xi ROBERTS.
STAII1, &, ROBERTS,
CL O CKS, mi TCJIES & JE WELR Y.
Wc would respectfully inform the citi
zens of Ebensburg, and everybody
else, that we have just received, at our new
store room, opposite E. Shoemaker & Sons'
store, at the sign of the Bow Window, the
largest stock of
ic, &c, &c,
ever offered for sale in this town. We are
determined to, and will, sell as cheap as can
be bought elsewhere, and hope by our efforts
to accommodate and please, not only to retain
all our former patrons, but to merit and se
cure a large recession to the same.
p. ? All kinds of Clock, Watehc $ Jew-
t.-r-y' tlry repaired on the shortest notice,
in the best manner, and warranted.
August 23, 185'J:tf
PATKOXIZC lOl'It OWX!
The l'rota t ton Mutual Eire Insurance Co.,
OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.
LOCATED AT EBENSBURG, PA.
riIIE above named Company, organized
I April Gth, 1837, will effect insurances on
property at safe rates. Being partioularly
careful in the risks taken, this Company pre
sents a reliable and cheap medium, through
which persons maj- secure themselves against
probable losses by fire.
Office on Centre Street, nearly opposite
Thompson's ''Mountain House."'
D. H. ROBERTS, Pres.
A. C. Muli.ix, Sec'y. k Treas.
JOSEPH H. CAMPBELL, Ag-nt.
Aug. 23, 183y.-ly.
I800TS AX1) SHOES.
The undersigned continues the manu
facture of BOOTS and SHOES of.,
every description" at his establishment.!
in Ebensburg, immediately opposite the" ViW
Post Office. Employing none but the best
workmen, he trust3 that he has been and still
is at all times able to give entire satisfaction
to his customers. He hopes that the same
liberal patronage heretofore given him may be
continued, and that more may be added.
He has also on hand a large assortment of
French Calf-skins, and Morocco of all kinds,
suitable lor fine Boots and Shoes.
Ready-made BOOTS and SHOES always on
hand, and prices moderate.
Ebensburg, August 25, !830:tf.
LOOK TO lOIR 1XTERESTS !
OUTS AND SHOES!
All persons who may desire anything in the
way of Boots or Shoes, can have them made
to order on the shortest notice, in the most
fashionable manner, and upon the most reas
onable terms, by calling upon the subscriber.
He employs none but the very best workmen,
has many years' experience himself in the
business, aud at all times uses the best mate
rial upon his work. Assured that he can give
full satisfaction to customers, he respectfully
solicits a liberal patronage.
Shop on High street, at the west end of Eb
ensburg. THOMAS B. JAMES.
August 23, lS39:tf
pAMBllIA HOUSE, Main Street,
j Johnstown, Joscpli Sliueinakcr,
Landlord. This establishment has recently
been thoroughly renovated, and is now well
fitted up for the comfortable accommodation
of boarders or transient patrons. The Table
will be supplied with the best the market af
fords, while at the Bar will always be found
as good Liquors as can be obtained anywhere.
The new Landlord, in again opening the
"Cambria House" to the public, promises to
spare no pains to make it a first rate hotel.
JgaajTBoard, Three Dollars per week, or One
Dollar per day."Ba
A Hack will be in waiting at the railroad
station on the arrival of the trains to convey
passengers, free of charge, to the house.
HORSES AND BUGGIES AT LIVERY.
Johnstown, Aug. 23, 1830. -ly.
A 11 CADE HOTEL, Ebensburg, Pa.
-jL The subscriber, having leased, re-fitted
and newly furnished the '-Ebensburg Douse,''
is prepared to accommodate his friends and
the public generally. The House has always
been a favorite for visitors during the Summer
season, and I will spare no pains in making it
an agreeable home for all sojourners. My Ta
ble will always be luxuriously supplied from
the markets of the country and the cities. My
Bar will be filled with liquors of choice
brands. My Stable is attended by careful
hostlers, aud my charges will be such as to
suit all. Expecting to receive a share of pat
ronage, aud fully intending to deserve it, I
hereby throw open my house to the public.
August 23, 1839:tf.
T AILROAD HOUSE, Wilmore, Cam
LV bria county, Pa. (Near Penna. Railroad
Station.) Jas. D. Hamilton', Proprietor.
An extensive Bowling saloon is connected
with the House. The Table will he fur
nished with the best the market affords, and
the Bar supplied with the best oi liquors, in
cluding Ales and Lager from approved brew
eries, bxtensive and convenient Stablixg is
attached to the premises.
Wilmore, August 23, 1859:tf.
JOII worrii! JOBS WORK!
Having, in connection with the Alle
ghnnian, a large and superior lot of
Job-Type, we are prepared to execute with
neatness and dispatch, every variety of Job
Work, including Hand Bills, Cards Deeds,
and Blanks of every description, on short
notice and on the most reasonable terms.
Persons desiring anything in this line, will do
well to call.
JAMES DQUGHERTY, witu
J. S. SORTER,
Wholesale Dealer in
TOBACCO. SNUFF AND CIGARS,
No. 8 N. Fifth street, above Market,
Also, Manufacturer and Importer of Foreign
and Domestic CIGARS. sep.l,1839:tf.
WILMORE, Cambria county, Pa.
caler in all kinds of PROVISIONS,
CIGARS, &c, &c.
August 23, 1839:tf.
OR SALE One good new light dou
ble sett of WAGON HARNESS, by
Aug. 25, 1859.tf G. HUNTLEY.
ROBERT DAVIS, JCIIX V. JONES
FOREIGN AD DOMESTIC
KEEP constantly on hand a large and su
perior stock of
of every description, such as'
JEANS, BROWN AND
DRESS G O ODS of every style,
F A N C Y G O O D S AND N O T I O N S ,
A large assortment of BOOTS and SHOES,
which have just been received from Boston.
STRAW, FUR and WOOL HATS,
STATIONARY of every description,
WALL PAPER of every style,
E. I R Til EX IT-1 R E,
A full supply of
SUCH AS SUGARS, MOLASSES, SYRUPS
COFFEE, TEAS AND RICE.
A FULL STOCK OF SPICES,
CIG ARS & SNUFF,
BAR IRON, NAILS,
Always ox hands.
Drugs, Paints and Oils,
and a full ossortment of other articles usaally
kept in country stores.
All kinds of Country Produce, such as Butter
Eggs, Bacon, Grain, Wool, Po
tatoes, Beans, Rags,
taken in exchange lor Goods, and the Cash
rT CHERRY, POPLAR and PINE LUM
BER bought aud sold.
DAVIS & JONES.
Ebensburg, Aug. 25, 1859.-tf.
THE E X C I T T
Incroasos ! !
rjMie well known firm of ULLMAN,
L LUX k Co., of Wilmore, Cambria county,
would respectfully inform the citizens of Wil
more, and mankind generally, that they have
on hands and are daily receiving from the cit
ies of PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK, the
largest and best assortment of goods ever
brought to Cambria county.
Their stock consists of
RE A D Y-MADE CL O TIIIXG,
of every description, and of the latest tnd
most fashionable sUle and finish, comprising
PANTS and VESTS.
Ther stock of Dry Goodx embraces every
thing in that line that is to be found in the
calender of necessity. Among which they
SATINS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES.
DOE SKINS, TWEEDS, JEANS,
TICKINGS, SHIRTINGS of every style,
BLEECHED a BROWN "DRILLS,
BLEECIIED a BROWN SHEETINGS,
CHECKS, FLANNELS of every
Etc., etc., etc., etc.
Eadies' Dress Ooods,
of every variety and style, Laces, Trimmings,
Gloves, Hoisery, Alpacas, Ginghams, kc. Ac.
-A- 1 3 o :
A large stock of
BOOTS aud SHOES.
HATS AND CAPS,
BONNETS, kc. &c.
They would also call particu
lar attention to their large stock
ITaving recently established a Wholesale
Clothing House in Philadelphia, they are
thereby enabled to sell Clothing at much low
er rates than heretofore ; whilst this fact also
gives them advantages in the other depart
ments of their trade not enjoyed by any other
store in the county.
They respectfully request purchasers to call
and examine their stock.
Wilmore, August 25, I859:tf.
I Ll llfJiCU A.MJ l'UU ;AL,k ?
BY R. S. Ill NX, M.
ul assortment of
, a gener-t
EAD THIS, AND STUDY YOUR
X OW 1XTERESTS!
JUST RECEIVED, NEW STOCK OF
Clocks and Actions,
At the tigu of the Biy Watch, JIain tt. Johstou n
The undersigned desires to call the atten
tion of the people of Johnstown and surround
ing country to the fact that he has been ap
pointed an Agent of a lar;e importing house
of Yv'ATCHES, CLOCKS," &c., and also of a
large manufacturing establishment of JEW
ELRY, whereby he is cuabled to oiler such
inducements to purchasers of these Articles as
were ne ver before offered in this place, or any
where thii iiie of the Allegenies.
He would also call attention to his largo
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
just received all of the latest styles and
most beautiful workmanship. Having select
ed his stock with great care, be is confident
he can suit every taste as to style as well as
all pockets by the great reduction in prices.
are particularly invited to an inspection of his
present stock and prices. EAR DROPS hith
erto sold at Si, 50 will now be sold at 73 cts.,
and warranted to ttund the test of wear. Breast
Pins, Rings, kc, at a reduction.
U E X T I. E 31 E M
I would call your attention to my beautiful
GOLD AXD SILVER WATCHES
at the following very low prices:
Hunting Verge Watch, warranted:::::::::::$C,25
Hunting Silver Cylinders, hitherto sold in
this town at $20, and then reduced to
$14, I will now sell at froru::::$10 to $11,50
Hunting Levers from::::::::::::::::::Sl2 to $16,00
Open Faced Cylinders, heretofore
sold at $101 will sell at from::::$7 to $S,00
Open Faced Detached Levers:::::$10 to $12,00
All tratche-i sold trill be warranted to go for
twelve months, or exchange for another of equal
Everybody is invited to call and examine
the stock, as style it is unrivalled in this com
munity, while the prices at which it is offered
are miprecedeutedly low. Goods sold for
8QParticular attention paid to reparing
Clocks, YVatches, Jewlery, kc, of all kinds,
for which the Cambria Irou Uompany's 'scrip'
will be taken at par. All work warranted.
TOWN AXD COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS
supplied with Watches, Jewelry, kc, at less
than city prices. JOS. G. HOLMES.Ageut.
Sept. 6, lS5t.-ly.
HAYING purchased the entire stock
and fixtures of the Ebensburg Foundry,
the subscriber i3 prepared to furnish farmer
and others with
PL O r i 11 S. P L O U G II POIXTS,
S T O V E S, M I L L I li O -V S,
THRESH IX G MA C1UXES,
and castings of any kind that may be needed
in the community.
By strict attention to the business of the
concern, he hopes to merit, and trusts he will
receive, a liberal patronage from those in
want of articles in his line.
All business done at the Fonndrv.
September 1, 1839-tf.
Aew Tailoring Establishment.
he undersigned respectfully informs
the citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity,
that he has opened a Tailoring establishment
next door to Dr. Dunn's Drug Store, where he
is prepared to manufacture garments of the
latest style and most complete workmanship.
He hopes by ; strict attention to business to
merit and receive a share of patronage.
Ebensburg, Sept. 1, 1850:ly.
' FOR RE AT.
The subscriber will lease for a term of vears
'THE PENSACOLA MILL PROPERTY,"
with 1,600 acres of land adjoining, heavily
timbered 30 acres surrounding the mill are
cleared, and under a high state of cultivation.
Also, Blacksmiths' shops, Trucks, &c. The
Mill has one of Page's Circular Saws in it, as
well as an upright saw, and three small circu
lars for lath, kc, and is capable of making
10,000 FEET OF LUMBER PER DAY.
The above described valuable property will
be leased on favorable terms. Possession giv
en at onr time. Address
LLOYD & HILL. Hollidaysburg,
Or Wh. H. Gardner, Esq., Wilmore, Pa.
SjaWs, Oils, Eaint.t, Dye-Stuffs,
Drandies, Wines, Gins, Fluid,;
rocket Cutlery, Razors, Brushes, Combs, Sta
tionery, Blank Books, Perfumery, Soaps,
Tobacco, Segars, Snuffs, and other articles
usually kept in Drug Stores.
R. S. BUNN, M. D.
Ebensburg, Aug. 25, 1859.-ly.
CHAS. B. WILLIAMS. JAMES D. AKXF.BT.
WILLIAMS & ARAEST.
Wholesale Dealers in
NO. 415 MARKET STREET,
PHIL A D E L P HI A.
ggyGreat inducements offered to CASH
and short time bu3-ers."ta
Aug. 25, 1859.-ly.
B. P. THOMPSON, with
1. I. I'ATTOX & Co.,
holcsale Dealers in and Manufac
HATS, CAPS, FURS,
Hatters' Materials, Straw Goods, Artificial
Flowers, Buffalo Robes, &c. &c.
No. 32S Market street, PHILADELPHIA.
Cash paul for Wool and Shjjin Purs.
PRICE 1. I'ATTOX. A. orrESHEIMEU.
August 25, 1859-tf
ERNEST D. RHEY, with
Tholesale Dealer in French and Amer-
rican WILLOW WARE, OIL CLOTHS,
Matts, Ropes, Tie Yarn, Looking Glasses,
Brushes. Also, all kinds of Wooden
and Cedar Ware.
No. 35 North Third St., PHILADELPHIA.
August 25, 1859:tf
LAWRENCE CASSIDY, of Wilmore,
hereby gives notice to all indebted to him
to call and settle immediately, otherwise lie
will be compelled to collect with costs.
Wilmore, August 23, 1850:St.
gOMETHLNG new is EBENSBURG.
The undersigned having opened a Bowling
Saloon, connected with his Restaurant, in the
basement of Myers' new Hall, respectfully re
quests all who wish good exercise to erive him
a call. ALE and LAGER BEER, of the
most approved manufacture, constantly on
hand. THOMAS M'BRIEN.
Ebensburg, August 23, l!539:tf
rihe subscribers are just now opening at
I the edd stand on High street, Ebensburg,
a nice assortment of FRESH GOODS, new
Style Prints, Delaines, &c.
"Also an abundant supply of Ready-made
CLOTHING, together with BOOTS a
SHOES of every quality a price.
Give us a call if you wouia gei ine worm
of vour mousy. We sell cheap for CASH or
ready delivered TRODUCE.
SHOEMAKER & SONS.
Ebensburg, August 25, 1859.4t
C. C. STEWART, with
MAADY & BKCXXCa,
Commission Merchants and Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
HARDWARE AXD CUTLERY,
Nos. '12, 25 and 27 North Fifth street, east
side, above Commerce, PHILADELPHIA.
EDWAIIU 8. 11 ANDY, JXO. G. BRKSXER,
C. F. BREXSER.
August 23, 1859:tf
"VTTANTED. By the subscriber, at the
T '-Good Samaritan" Drug Store, in
Johnstnwn, 2,000 pounds of GINSENG. The
root must be dug, dried and delivered iu the
month of Septembor, when the highest price
w ill be paid for it in CASH.
D. S. BOLSLNGER.
August 25, 1859.
JOB WORK of all kinds done on
lrr 6hortest notice and in the rnost appro
ved style at thLj office.