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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
ElJENSBURQ AND CKESSON RAILROAD.
On and after Monday, Aug. 3, 1808, trains
on this road will run as follows:
At 5.05 A. JR, connecting with Day Exp.
East and Phil. Exp. West.
At 7.15 P. M., connecting with Phila. Exp.
East and Mail Train West.
At 0.2O A. M., or on departure of Thil.
jit 8.40 P. M., or on departure of Phila.
Attention, Hepuklicans ! The Re
publicans of Ebcnsburtj; and vicinity arc
re nested to meet in the Court IL.use,
K!n'!:J)urjr, on Saturday evening next,
"1 1 1 i instant, at 7 o'clock, to organize a
( J r: lit Club." The cainpaign h; v.pon us.
we must prepare ourselves t light it
out n that line. '"There should be the
r.v.itest vigilance along the whole line,"
.sai l Crant to Onl before Yicksbnrg. So,
t'M. (lore shnuhl be the greatest vigilance
along the 'whole line now if we mean to
defeat the enemy in November. Come
one, c;me all ! 3 Ian v.
Or it Paper. Ttr AlJ'j1iin'r,i makes
iis initial appearance in a partial dre.-.-i of
new tvpe. We mean, as miou ms circum
stances permit, t procure new type for the
entire paper, and may possibly, in a .short
tint", enlarge the dimensions of our col
umns. Our subscription price is a
vear to those who pay in advance; ol)
t those who do not pay in advance. Our
alvertisinir rates will be found on the
Forth page. Having in connection with
t'ie olib-e a large and superior lot of job
tvp.-, we are prepared to print en short
:i iti.-e all manner of posters, handbills,
cards, blanks. A:e.
'I his number -f the paper is sent to a
majority of its old patrons, and to many
new ( nes. "While we hope that all will
a;'".nl us their aid and comfort, yet shoe.,
here chance to be .among the number any
who do not want the paper, they will oblige
u by I'.otifying us of the fact forthwith.
We respectfully solicit local correspon---i;'-.1
in-tn all sections of the count v. A
p. en redtal of Juris will do whole the
n.-.'r has not time to amplify.
y KMoranha. The blackbcn ies
now I'ullv rinoned, and we can safcly
tli it wiey were never liclbre mr-re plentiful
in this section of country Oro day lest
W;;'k. lire wa.s apiliod to the kiln of brick
iur '. t -d f.r thj IraiM'irj: ot'tlie nc.v Cn-
.n. -oion dist church of th" plac.
bi'u'kl.iyors will commence work thereon
iti :i few davs We noticed HigJi saver
:it!r. iui.it.-il us ;i frotffug course ov some
"gay sports" the other cvenimr. Vhere
va--. the JJurgess ?...Our hotels are v.vll
"i'dod. t'ie i!io"t of them, with guests from
t!ie irie in ipiest of pure :iir, pare water,
rmd magnificent scenery. Tlu-y cati tin.l
-i'. those '-on the mountain. "...Fetter is
2.") cents a pound in our market, and scarce
at that The Loretto hacks now run to
Ka lor's station, on the E. & C. branch
rond. intoad of to Cressim as before con-
etiv.g with all trains Harvest in this
".inty is nearly over, and the farmers
rrv: in saying that the yield has been
' -t abundant Tin; St. Augustine and
1 V -t Springs base ball clubs will play a
' u'ch on Saturday.
Cm ylAlT.s. As a matter of interest
to our local readers, and in answer to nu
;n -.To us inquiries, we. subjoin some infor-'M-.tion
relative to the arrival and departure
.f the Ebensburg mails : Five mails ar
rive dally, tliree by the morning train, and
vo by the night train. The morning mails
' the way east, through west, ami local
: the night mails are the through
al way west. .Six mails leave Eb-
og dailj', five in the morning train,
.!" in the evening-. The mails leav
' - n the morning are the through e;:st,
iigh west, way cast, way west, and lo
"a;iis; the evening mail leaving is a
"eh one to Philadelphia. In addition
" a mail arrives from and goes to
o ihown and northward daily.
lAxo.F.s. Mr. Thomas Callan has
appointod postmaster at Loretto, vice
- -I. Adclsberger, removed; and Air.
a Kennedy has been appointed post-r-
r at Hemlock, vice Mr. Win. Tiley,
ved. The two new officers are exeel-
men, but so are the old officers. The
- cr are Democrats, and the latter are I
-''dicans, and Andy Johnson is Presi-
and that tells the story.
i':KSo.VAL. Messrs. Peter McPermott,
, s' ad J. lloberts, Aleck Montgomery,
" -e-e.s Quinn, and a number of other
T anstowners, were here on Friday, to
v tne.ss the game of base ball.
Mtsrs- niest D. Phey, of Leaven
a rth. K
, liurjerc itennessov
in town rusCK..iti,Mr " ;
Examination of Teachers. The
regular fall examination of teachers for
Cambria county will be held ns follows:
Millville, at Union School House, Aug. 10.
Carroll and Carrolltown, a. Carrolltown,
Susquehanna, at Wyland's School House,
Chest Township, at Elder's Hill School
House, August 2o
Elacklick, at Relsano, Aug. 28.
Gallitzin, at Gallitzin, Aug. 29.
Minister, at Giass' School House, Aug. 31.
Allegheny and Loretto, at Loretto, Sept. 1.
Chest Springs nr.d Clearfield, at St. Au
gustine, Sept. 2.
White, at Bangor, Sept. 3.
Cambria twp., at Myer's School House,
Ebcnsburg, at Union "School House, Sept. T.
Washington and Summltville, at Cresson,
Summerkill twp. at Settlcmyer's School
House, Sept. 9.
Crayle, at Suirmerliill, Sept. 10.
Jackson, at Fairview, Sept. 14.
Conemaugh, at Singer'.: School House,
Taylor, at Hen J rick's School House, Sept.
Voder, at Stutzman's School House, Sept.
Richland, at Kring's School House, Sent.
Cambria boro". nt S'-hcol House, Sept. 10.
Sj-ciil Ex tnninotii-ns.
In the Public School House iu Ebcnsburg,
Saturday, Sep . 2 J.
Iu the new School House, in Johnstown,
Saturday, Oct. 3 .
No private exa .initiations will be granted.
The examinations v-ill iu every ease com
mence jiroieptiy at y o'clock, A. M. Appli
cants will plea.se be on hand at the iiour
stated, and bring with them pens, ink and
paper. They will be examined only in the
districts in which they inUnd to apply for
schools. It is sincerely iiop-d that mo one
will apply for examination who has not made
proper preparation; otherwise he cr she
will only be rejected, parties unknown to
the Si:; crinten lont and Directors, are re
quested to briiq.? a recommendation cf char
acter with them.
Directors and the public are cor.lirdly in
vited to be present.
THOMAS J. CHAPMAN,
Con ii ty ,"- uperiu to u d eat.
AFK Fall. On Friday last, the Kkk-e;i::iav!i!ig-
bas-j ball club of Johnstown
visited r-beiisburg. to .-lay the first of a se
ries of iirateh o-aines with our 3I(untain-
j, ,0I., 'pi,,, rUh0 as by oiLls the most
j seientiiieally played and hotly Contested of
! tlL. ,.oa;4,M lV these -rounds, and was
Vn v.iai tlirou-diout wan Ice'nigs ot liveli
est interest bv a laree eone.r.rse of.-a-ee-
We append the score, which tells
the wii :
J.'ot.Ht'jilir.'rs. H. O.
r . o .
A Farren, p
5 You 'or, c
West." 1 b
p' j. ,a' t7r
j Kinke ol, 3b
I C. iNibvrts. rf..
1 T. 1 ,
lr. Ruocrts, 1 :.
I W. Jor.es, cf. ..
V. I5ark.-r, v....
Ewtchii.icn, 'A.. 4 pCiick, ;f
T-i'il 2 7 27 Tut al
l 2 3 i r Cj ;
Mountaineers t J " J I 5 0 o o ''7
Kick a " 4 H i 0 1 2 0 1 2-j
Flies c. -tight Mountaineers S, Kicks 7.
Packed bnli i Monuoiinr-er 2, Kicks Di.
Cnipir,'. Ciiarb-s H. Erwin. Scorers for
i .v'oa ta i neer.-", ."--am. . Davis; tor Kicks,
lloi-ert E:az"r. Time of game, 2 hours and
A TKbr.cuAPii to Ei'.rxsnT roi. "Wo
are glad to know and happy to announce
to cur readers that it .- highly prob dde
that tch'graphic communication will be
opened up between Ebensburg and the
re.-1 of the world .Firing the present sum
mer. A sum of money nearly sufficient
to eoi'strvtvt (lie line lias a: ready been
senbetl, and the balance required will no
deul-t be forthcoming at the ju'oper time.
The ink 2ition, we believe, is to run the
line by way of the turnpike to Cresson.
and there connect with t'ie main line. A
telegraph is a convenience which no con
siderable town can afford to be without,
and we are rejoiced that Ebensburg lias at
length awoke to y realization of the fact.
a-ed the uood work !
A (J ay Party. Yotrd
shm j.avty of about one hundred guest-" of
the Cresson Mountain House visited Eb
ensburg, by w.-iy of the branch railroad.
They came, primarily and most especially,
i'T pleasure and a change of air. and sec
ondly, to witness a iViemllv game of base
ball between the s-aiVtyled "M.ullin I'iue"
ol the Cresson ?louut.iiii Ilon-e and our
Mountaincers. The game wrs pl syed iu
the aftenv-on, and resulted as foil iws :
Mountaineers G. ; Muffins o0.
jihotogra'her, has rented rooms on .Julian
street, and intends locating here perma
nently. He is a lirs-t-elass ait 1st, and takes
as good a picture as can be procured in the
cities. We take plea-ure iu recommen
ding him to our people.
List of . Tenons. On the opposite pa;re
will be i'or.tnl the names of the (5 rand and
Traverse Jurors drawn to serve at the ap
proaehinir term of our county Courts, com
meucin"; September 7th.
Pemorest's M(-nthly for Sepfeiiiber,
prompt to time as usual, and full of good
things to overflowing for the ladies. "Maude
Est varing'' i s worthy of the perusal of every
mother. Its Fashions, Music, Literature, Fun,
Art, Household (we cannot enumerate half
its good things), render it the most attract-
ive ftnd "l Mnthl-V VIW,. Priced
-VC:ir- on ncc 1 to Ecc lt lo kno It3
uo Al(Iress W. Jennings Demorest, 11?.
U.-o.vnvay, N. l .
L O OA L ' CORRJJSPOXDEXCE;
LETTER FltOM JOHNSTOWN MAN KILLED A
CVRIOSITY CHANGES AND IMPROVEMENTS
EASE BALL, AC, &C, AC. '
Johnstown, August 10, 1SGS.
To ike Editors of The Alleghaman :
Patrick English, employed in the rolling
mill, met with a sudden death on Friday
last by being run over by the engine of
the C. J. Co. lie was on his way to Cam
bria city, and was in the act of walking
across the railroad track, when he v.-as
struck by a box car which the engine was
pushing and his head literally mashed to
a jelly. No blame attaches to the engi
neer. "We have a great curiosity here" now, in
the shape of a locomotive engine, called
the "Flack Dwarf." it is claimed by the
makers, Messrs. Smith & Porter, of South
Pittsburg, that this is the smallest loco
motive engine of equal power ever built in
this country. It is to be used for drawing-
coal from the Company's mines, at
A match game of base b ill came off
be"0 en Friday between the Junior Juni-
i i .-I x Tt.
atas of llolbdaysburg and the Junior Im -
dependents of this place. Alter an exci
timr contest, the game resulted in a victoiy
for the l itter club. Score, 23 to 27.
A lartre and commodious town hall is
being built at the corner of YYahliington
and Franklin streets, and will be rapidly
pmdied to completion. When fini.-died, it
will be excelled bv no similar structure in
The old toll bridge crossing the C"ne
mar.oh river at the roiling mill has been
removed, to make room for a splendid iron
bridge to he erected by the Cambria Iron
Co.. at their own expense.
Hubert T. C.iven, Esq., the efficient
ag-nl of the Penna. II. IF Co. at this sta
tion, has resigned his position, with " v
of taking charge of his blast furnace v.i
The stone work on the bridge crossing
St.-ny Creek at Kernville is ab- ut com-i-leted.
The workmen will in a lev.' days
commence laying the wood work.
In a few days, the Johnstown "Water
Com-n-.ny will commence the work of 3 iy-
John Parke, Esq., has ciiremoed the
work of remodeling his popular hall, lb
intends fitting it up in first-class theatrical
A Seymour and Flair club was organ
ized he.e on Saturday evening. HcajF
ou:u L rs at FixmheFcr's hall. IIO.
Died In Cand.iria township, en the
ihl instant. Kennard. son of Milton and
o r.iie f.
Jones, aired 11 mouths.
Nr.v ST(ir.r.-XEV.- Gooik-: Lnv Prices.
M. L. Oatman, at his Grocery store,' three
doors east of Crawford's Hotel, keeps con
stantly on band a btrj.ro and fresh supply of
family groceries, which he is determined to
sell at as low prices 'as can be bought else
where in the county, finest bran. Is. of Fam
ily Hour for sale by the sack or barrel. Head
advertisement, then go and buy.
Poors; ami Shoe.'-. An advertisement
elsewhere sets forth that Mr. John D. Thom
as, instead of selling Eastern-made work,
will hereafter devote himself to the manufac
ture of boots and shoes to order, lie makes
the assertion that he can turn out the neat
est, bet, and cae:ipc.-:t boot or shoo in the
county, and only asks the opportunity to
verify his word.
Aui; You ? Feader, are 3-011 in want
of clothing of any description? If so, you
should at once visit the cheap store of V. .".
Parker, on lligh-?t., where an elegant roid
larre supply of the latest and most fashiona
ble goods are just beitij opened. Prices rea
sonable. Consult advertisement and then go
and consult the sroods.
For. the Million. 0. T. Roberts, at
bis old aad nopal r establishment, gives no
tice through our advertising columns that
he keeps constantly on band every conceiva
ble article in the shape of watches, jewelry,
notions, and the like. His prices are such
as to please evt-rybedy.
Stove.., Ti:;ya:;e, &c. Thos. W.
Williams ha? just received another large sup
ply of Stoves of every design, which be will
dispose f at astonishingly low figures. His
stock of Hardware I013 also recently been re
plenished, and marked at prices to suit the
times. Head his advertisement.
Xoti: Tins. J. Patron Thompson, r.t
his cheap store, on High-st., receives new
goods every week, thus affording his cus
tomers an opportunity of purchasing the la
test and most fashionable as well as cheapest
goods in the market. Joe always displays
rood taste in his selection of goods.
Hardware. Geo. Huntley, having re
cently enlarged his store room, is now bet
ter prepared than ever to leeommoda'.e Lis
numero'is customers. His stock of Hardware
ml races e rcritkinj usually kept in a first
class Hardware establishment. See adver
tisement elsewhere In this paper.
Soap and Candles. Dealers in soap
and cm; dies can buy these.nrticles from Mr.
Henry Schnable, Johnstown, as chenp as they
can be bought in the cities.. Mr. S. has an
extensive mir.nf ictory, and Joe.3 a largo
wholesale business. Sec earJ.
Ske Hehe ! The attention of the
uder is directed to the column advertise-
ment of A. A. Barker & 5n, elsewhere in
to-day's paper. It will be seen that their
stock consits of every desirable article nec
essary to complete a well-regulated store.
jOALDWELL & FKY,
KJ .YhoUtaU Deal era in
jt o s j i: n r,
CLOVES AND NOTIONS,
40G Market street, Puiladelioiia.
i. c. caldwell, au. 13 w:i. w. ruv.
Q Til AY COAY.
k3 Ccme to ray premises on or about the
2Sth of July last" a red COW, supposed to be
about eijrbt years old. No visible mark but
a little white on her flank. The owner is
requested to come forward, prove property,
pay charges and take her away, otherwise
she will be dealt with according to law.
Cambria tp., ug. 13, 'Co 3t.
A UDITOH'R XOTICIh
-tT- The undersigned having been ap-
pointed auditor by Orphans' Court of Cam
bria county to report distribution of the
money in the louids of Matthias Denny, ex
ecutor of Peter Denny, deceased, upcoi his
first and final account, hereby fives notice
that he will attend to the duties of said an
, pointment at his ofiice in the borouli
i Eben-dur;r, on WEDNESDAY, the 2d d.o
, SEl.XEM1?I:u next at 2 . U1.t w
and where all persons having chums against
the estate of said deceased wiil present ihem
for allowance or be debarred lrora coming in
for any share of saii fund.
SAMUEL SINGLETON, Auditor.
Aug-. 13, l8uS-3t.
Ci HE ATE ST DISCOYEltY OF TUP
EEXTLEV'S XOX-EX PLOSIVE METRO-
rOLITA.V OIL .'
M. L. Oath AN', Sole A?;ent for Cui.ilrla Co.
The subscriber desires to call the attention
ot the public to the fact that be has purcha
sed the right for Cambria county to sell
"Hertley's Non-Explosive Metropolitan Oil,"
v. Inch he claims to be the
Oil manufactured. The advantages claimed
for this Oil are :
1. Il is clear and clean.
2. It is non-explosive and safe.
8. It will not grease your hands, clothing,
furniture, or carpets.
4. It is fifty per cent, cheaper than any
othcr Oil. Price, only 10 cents a quart.
TRY IT!! I) V Y IT!!!
One and all who have used it pronounce
it to give entire soi.-f -ction. (live it atrial
and be convince ', of th'j above facts.
TOWNSHIP AXD L'OItO L'OII LIGHTS !
for sale at the store of
M. L. OAT MAX,
Three uoors east cf Crawford's Hotel,
X OOK OUT FOR JFVKUAINo AT
Aj the nev
c ii e a p g r o (j e r y s t o r e .'
?. doors east of Cra .v ford's Hotel,
VCh ere may be found a choice selection of
Fresh Groceries, consisting, in part, of
BE-Si' FAMILY FLOUR, P. A COX, FISH, SU
GAR, .MOLASSES, SYRUP, TEAS.
COFFEE, SPICES. CUKES.'L CRACKERS,
DRIED FRUITS, CANNED FRUITS,
SOAPS, CANDLES, fcc. f c.
The fine:t brands' cf" TOBACCO and CI
GARS kept in town may always be found
at this establishment.
Also, a large pel-ction of
YANKEE NOTIONS t
all of which will be sold at the lowest prices.
A lartre assortment o' FRUIT CANS iast re
ceived and at prices which defy compe
tition. Cnll and examine stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
LAMPS. WICKS, I LIES, AXD LAMP
TRIMMINGS in yrent voriit:l.
I hopj by fair dealing and pttict attention
to business, and a determined endeavor to
plea;?, that I may receive a. share of the
patronage of a generous public jr-? I AM
DETERMINED NOT To BE I'NDKKSOLI),
RUT WILL SELL CHEAP AS THE CHEAP
EST. M. L. OATMAN,
Aug. 13, 1SC8. Er.KNsuuita, Pa.
500,000 CUiTOMFllS IN 1UUII
PATRONIZE THE REST!
Having the largest capital, most experi
enced buyers, and extensive trade of any con
cern in the Dollar Sale business, we
O U A Ii A N T EE S A T i S F a CT ION
in every instance, and also the Lent selection
of Goods ever offered at
ONE D O L L A E E A C II .
No other concern huts aoy show v herevcr cur
Agents are selling. Our motto, "Prompt and
Reliable.'-' Maie and Female agents Wanted
in city and country.
re particularly requested to try our popular
club system of "selling all kinds of DRY AND
FANCY GOODS, DRESS PATTERNS, COT
TON CLOTH, CASTORS, SILVKIJ PLATED
G OO DS, WATCHES, &c. (Established 18 ii.)
A paten: pen fountain and a check describing
an article to be sold for a dollar, 10 cts ; 20
for $"J ; 40 for S i ; CO for SG ; l'JO for $10 ;
sent by mail. Free presents to getter up of
club. " Give us a trial. Send for circuiar.
l-'TT' No humbug. Address EASTMAN &
KENDALL, C3 ILmover-st., Boston, Mass.
T OOK WELL TO YOUit FFFT.
ROOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY
The subscriber, having dispensed with the
sale of Eastern-made work as a speeialtv of
his establishment, d;-te; mined to apyilv
himself with renewed energy to the manu
V O O T S A N I) S II O F 5-!
He has in his employ a corpj of competent
workmen, and asserts that he can turn
out a better Boot or Shoe than any other
similar establishment in Cambria Coun
ty. Give him a trial and be convinced.
Particular attention paid to the man
FINE FRENCH CALF SIC IN BOOTS !
Good work, moderate price?, and satifaction
guaranteed in all cases.
Boot3 and shoes repaired promptly and in
Ji?" Shop or. High-st., one dcor east of
GIVE ME A CALL !
; 1LOC-'.S, W'ATCHKS, JEWELRY:
C. T. ROBERT,
well selected nml varied assoVtment of art.-
ties, which he otfers cheap for cash ; viz :
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SILVER and PLATED WARE,
GOLD PENS and PENCILS, SPECTACLES,
S E W 1 X G M A CHI ' E S
. . U W 1a O, i - i vi !'. 1- i ,
1 ' r 1 T . .
PJFLF, SHOT OCXS, IlLVCLVFRS,
PISTOLS, C A P. T i i 1 1 0 F S ,
PO0KS. STATIONLPV, PLXc-', INK, P 'PHP,
MUSICAL IX ST II U M FXTS,
PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES and ALU U.MS,
PIPES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, and SXUFF,
LOCK W OOP'S C 0 L L A P. S ,
TRUNKS, SATCHELS, CARPET RACS,
GENTS' SHIRTS, CRAVATS, NECK TIES,
PASS ROOKS, PIARIES, DAY ROOKS, ami
TOYS and NOTIONS,
And ether articles too numerous to mention.
and Jewelry re
paired in the best style of workmanship, and
Thankful for past favors, the ?uh?cr!ber
10 pes by strkt a 1 tent ion to business to merit
a continuance of public patronage.
C. T. ROEERT3
Notice is ker-by given that I am the
soL etcher ot the Ritiiti to manufacture and
sell "llllSTLfYS NON-LXPLU.-I ve met
EOTOLITaN OIL" ill Cambria county, for
which I have an assignment of Letters Pat
ent, and that any person or persons manu
facturi'.ig or selling it, or any imitation of it,
lt u!iu1 C' r tt'iUi! i: nut: Le l-noirn. without
lir-t obtaining authority from u-e, will be pio-cfc-ulc-d
against by due course of law, ;-.n-d sub
jected to sn.-Li penalties and fines as are im-posr-d
Th? following nanieJ nersons kave our-
r :n wil rw. -its Ip.mi i-. .... t !,,...; .1 t
'actar.- :oi 1 sell 5 lie Met i ooidPan Oil :
Co: !.-:;. in Reich, for Summitviile boron irh
l ., .1.;,,. r.,, .,.,. ,. '... I .!... D 1. 4. -
o n u ; . i n. , nil
Carrolltown boro a g i 1
'Su? quel: '.uaa town.-h
nd Cnrroll, Che.-t and
iS. An- other ii'.rties
making or selling the Oil, or any imitation
then of. with vat producing written authority
ironi iii c . arc- infringing upon my right, and
they and those pure has r.g from them will be
dealt with accordin-JT to law.
Aug. 13, 'ilS-tf- " M. L. OATMAN.
o. 1 i. It i. 1 i.-.,
CLOTHING. DRY GOODS,
BOOTS and S.MOMS,
HATS, CATS. Sec.
IHgh-st .' Ebensburg, P:
pOAXXKI) FIIUIT, of all kinds at
J V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
AFCF STOCK OF SFMMFll
f Goods at reduced prices at V. S. H.'s.
"TVFFW STOCK of CLOTHING VFPY
L"1 cheep at V. S. PARKER'S, Ebensburg.
771UMT C.NS-NFVf FTYLIF at V
JL? S. UA1. KEI;, Ebensburg, Pa. "
XOOTS ANP-'SMOFS CIIl'.AP AT
X V. S. RARKEIFS, Lbensbing, Pa.
"7 ALL PAPERS ALL STYLES
T T at V. S. RAUKER'S, E!. en-burg, l'a.
TTEYV STOCK f
canning jiu;t al y. a. BARKER S.
TlflGIIEST PRICFS PA ID' FOR
ALA. Ruttc-r, Egg, W.xd. .-.u.l all Cour.try
Produce at V. SHARKER'S, Ebu-nsburg.
y 1LY WHITE LEAP LINSEED
i.J Oil, . ai -ranted pme, at
"jVP AILS ALL SIZES. CHEAPEST
x l in town, at V. S. Barker's, Ebensburg.
7" S. F A II K E II ,
Mi! hi' fjClurLT ;" r'
BARRELS, KEGS. ' TEES,
1 HEAT DEDUCTION or PIUCES!
AT Til E
EBEXSBURG HARDWARE ,j- HOUSE
! p ? ?incTC. tlnK f ,TO-V fr,CnJl3
i f1 -r for their .beral patronage for
: the past twelve years, during which time I
have Ixen in business in Ebensburg ; and
now, tnvinj,' to the extensive business I am
doinjr. I take pleasure in informing the public
tLat I have adopted the
bv means cf which there w ill be a crr.tT nr.-
itchon in my profits. A continuance of
j your patron; ge v ill satisfy you thu t it will
be to y;ur advantage to buy for f.cady fay
1 instead of ox citnoiT.
My stock will consist In part r.s follows:
FOR THE BUILDER.
Door Locks, Cupboard Locks,
Window Sp'gs, Sha'tcr Hinges, &
Perch Irons, Window Glass,
FOR THE CARPENTER.
Poring Machines. Augers, Chisels, Trace and
Fits, Hatchets. Squares. Compasses, Bev
els, Po ket Pules, Try Squares, Lev
els, Jack, Smoothing, and For
Planes, Panel Ploughs, Rea
ding, Sash, Raising, Jt
Match Planes, Hollow and
Rounds, Guagea, Oil Stone,
Saw Sets, Screw Drivers, Pencil
Screws, Cross-cut, Panel, Rip, Compass,
and Rack Saws, Chalk and Chalk Lines, &c.
FOR THE PLACKSMITIL
Cast Steel Shovel TIdw
j veting iianimer?,
j ,or-":t! u ' Shoes,
. FOR THE SHOEMAKER.
Shoo Last?, Shank Irons,
Ciimping Boards and Irons,
ltg Cutters, Knives, Awls,
Hammers-, Pincers, Rasps,
Rubbers, and Bench T00I3
Nails, Tacks, Thread, Wax, Rristks, kc.
FOR THE SADDLER.
Draw G ung?,
Iron and Wood Gig
Edge Tools, U allies,
Punches. Hammers, Pad Trees,
Bridle Bits. Buckles, Trace Hooks, Spots
Finos, IL.Ler Bolts, Ornaments, Rivets,
FOR THE CABINET. MAKER & PAINTER.
Bench Tools, Table Hinges, Screws, Bed
Casters, Bedstead Fasteners, Drawer
Li.iks, L'nol'S. C(d!'.n Trimmings of all
descriptions, Gold Leaf, Bronzes, Paint,
Sash, and Varnish Brushes, Oils, Paints,
Varnishes, Turpentine, Colored Paints,
dry and ground in oil.
FOR THE SPORTSMAN.
Rifles, Shot Guns, Tistols,
Hunters' Knives, Caps, Lead,
Powder, Shot, Fowder Flasks,
Shot Pouches, Game Bags.
Also, Gun Locks, Main Springs, Plugs
Pivots, Double Triggers, Hammers, ic.
FOR THE FARMER.
Plow?, Points, Shovels, Forks,
Scythes and Snathes, Rakes,
Hoc s, Spades, Sheep Shears,
Sheep and Cow Bells Sleigh Bells, Horse
brushes. Cards, Curry Combs, Patent
llamcf. Whips, But, Trace, Breast, Hal
ter, Tongue, Fith Log Chains,
Barn Door Rollers, Sugar Ket
tles, Steely-aids, Cutting Doses,
FOR THE HOUSEKEEPER.
Flour, Tea, Coffee,
Baking .t YYa:h. Soda
Family Dye Colors,
Solution cf Tin,
Bake Pans, Buckets,
Table and-Tea Ppooa3
Meal Selves. Brooms, Table Cutlery,
G lass ware,
Carbon Oil Lamps,
Shovels and Pokers,
i:.-a r Pri"-;
Stove, Scrub and
TO THE PUBLIC GENERALLY.
Conking, Parlor, and Heating Stoves, froa
the bit manufactories ; Tin and Sheet Iron
Ware of every variety, of my own manufac
ture ; Gum and llimp Packing; Trunks and
Vali.-es : Drugs, Weavers' Reeds, Traps. Hol
low Augers, Board Measuring Sticks, Grind
Stones and Rollers, Patent Mul.isses Drawing
and .Me, i-uriue, Fawcets, ic., &c.
On'.l Store J'hites, Grates, and Fire Brick
always on hand to suit Stoves Sold by me.
Will and Cittern Pm.j-s and Tubing at man
SyvuEng ia-.tde, painted, and put up, at low
E3on2 Asli tor Credit!
7J7 Bat remember the place to buy and
ave 15 to 20 percent, on your purchases. I
ic-fv cova!'Ci!ioa in W'c stern Penna.