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Tlio rariiier'j Dcimrluieut.
About Chickens. It is pretty gen
erally conceded that no one U buceeegful
who attempts to keep together a largo
number of fowls, and that these who keep
tho pmallcpt number together generally
obtain the greatest proportionate cumber
of eg.'f. And this is, we think, not only
true, but easily accounted for.
Every one who has kept fowls know
that they are very uncleanly birds. They
even was-h thcm-ilvrs in the dirt, and
that evidently not fur the purpose of e'ea:i
linefs, but to rid themselves of vermin.
They prefer clean, light sand, bt cause if
in the tun, it is generally warmer, and is
easily moved ; but they seeru equally to
enjoy any toft, dr3' earth, although it may
not bo very sweet umI clean. They aie
notoriously filthy in their coops, rooming
under each other, taking no pains to avoid
the dropping, soiling their food, water,
and nests with their dropping?, and d;ing
no act, apparently, toward cleanliness.
ThL is mure manifest in tho house where
they are eonfii.cd, ami when; the air tho'd
be as pure as possible. If they are ut
large, uud few in number, they move
around so much that they cannot our ttie
ground. They are by nature clean, but
by habit the reverse, and the ouly way to
keep them in their natural Eta'e is to give
them range enough, t-o that they cannot
toil their haunts, or else cleanse their
haunts carefully every day.
We ouce kept one solitary hen several
months. She was of the common barn
yard Lrecd. We never saw a healthier
fowl, or one whose -leathers kept o fresh
and perfect, and she was a constant layer.
No care was taken of her, and we always
attributed her thrift to the fact that she
had the whoU range of a farm for exercite
and her quarters were always clean.
As soon as your flock becomes large,
you will find them crowding together aud
Eouring ihtir hauut?. You may do some
thing towards preventing this, but you
cannot keep large flocks very clean.
We have often tsccti it Mated that no
more than fifty bens should be kept iu a
luu-hou.se twenty feet by ten. Except
with constaut care and cleanlincs-, that
number caunot do very well ia a smaller
space. Close up such a house gome cold
night, when you have neglected to cleau
it lor a few days, and you will be surpri
sed at the impurity of the air therein.
Drive the flock out into the open air, and
yuu will sec what a change it produces in
them, and how lively they will become in
a lew minutes.
Tho mzc of the flock must always de
pend upon the extent of the accommoda
tion, and even then largo flocks cannot
be kept as clean and healthy as Email
ones, and therefore are not in proportion
0 prtfliiible. Cuuntry Gentleman.
That Axe. The other day (writes a
correspondent) I was holding a man by a
hand as firm in its outward texture a
leather, ad his sunburnt iace was as in
flexible as leather. lie was pouring fort'i
a tirade of contempt on those tvhu com
plain that they can find noti icg to do v.s
an excuse fur becoming loalcrc
Said I: "Jeff, what do vou work at?
You look hearty and happy ; what are
you at 7" "Why," said he, "i bought me
au axe three years ago, that cot me two
dollars. That was aJl the money I had.
1 went to chopping wood by the cord, and
have done nothing else sicice, and hae
rained more than six hundred dollar.-,
have drunk no grog, paid no doctor, and
have bouiiht me a little farm out West,
and shall be married uext week o a uirl
who has earned two hundred dollars since
he was eighteen. My old axe I shall
keep in the drawer, and buy me a new cue
to cut my wood with." After I left him,
1 thought to myself, "that axe" and "no
grog!" they are two things to make a
man in this world. How small a capital.
T!. t r.xe. How sure of success with the
ii:ott- "no grog!'' Aud then a farm and
a wife, the Lct-t f ail.
Prkvextive Aoain.sc tub Turnip
.t'l.Y. A great many n undies and meth
ods have been suggested to prevent the at
tacks of the turnip fly, when the plants
are in au early f:ate of" growth. One
jut-ihod, which hns proved ol considerable
service, is that of steeping the seeds in oil,
m J then during them with sulphur just
before the (-owing. Another me'ho'i i
ihut of iuixic g lime aud soot together and
thistiug the jlants. This mixture has
proved very effectual in protecting the
vouuj plants as they put out the Cit
leaves. Little damage i? done by the
turnip fly alter the rouh lea ves sre form
id ; but its place is filled by other insects
that Iced on the leaves, the most common
o f h ich id t li e black beetle. The best
and most effectual way to get rid of all in
bccts is to pu.h forward the growth of the
plant by manures applied at the time the
Hid i.S (i JVi u.
I'.MPS. Agricultural fairs, thij year,
vill rcour in t he fcl. owing order: The
Niw Yoik State Fair i to be held at lto
.hs!cr, commencing September 'Jl'th.
'I he Ohio State Pair tak.ee place at Tolc
bud cjnt inuis Irom tl.f lt to ti,e
T!h d September, 'lhc Indian S:ate
;';:ir, to be held at Indianapolis, begins
tpt mber Hbth. und la.-ts cue week. Tin?
p:.miuiu t i t c mounts to S 1J, (.(.:(.. The
Mii:n'jta :ute Pir i- to be held at Min
neapolis, cun :moi cicir S p- luber L"Ji h jjj J
-);uitiuiit till Ov'-ob- r I'd. Ti:e Illinois
Sf;:t? l':r c mci 1; b Cj'iiiu y, openiisi:
i-VptembiT Ult. ai d c ntii uiiig ttll thl--j
li Kentiu ky In 1J i r State Pair at
L"ui.svil!e, In in September 15:i li'l the
PJib. 'i fin At kan;.s State Agricultural
and Mechanics' Asrceiation ho'-Js ita lin-t
Pair ut Little Root vn Tuet-day, Novem
ber 3, to continue fiur diys.
A London paper says that washing n
borpe whit in a .-w eating etato is gratvful
and beneficial to the uoimal. When
wuhcd, wipe dry and Vdfinket U'au.
TEW CHEAP CASH STORE!!
The subscriber would inform the citizens
of Ebensburg and vicinity tbat he keeps con
stantly on hand everything in the
GROCERY AND CONFECTIONERY
line, such' as Flour, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, all
kind9 of Crackers, Cheese, Smoking and
Chewing Tobacco, Cigars, &c.
CANNED rj: A CUES AM) TOM tTOES !
Also, Buckskin and Woolen Gloves, Wool
en Socks, Neck ties, kc, of which will be
sold as cheap if not cheaper than elsewhere.
.1 full asunrtvifnt of Candies I
gy Ice Cream every evening.
augl3 R. R. THOMAS
The subscriber has just received, at
his store, on High street, Ebeusburg, a large
and salable stock of
Table Salt, Barrel Salt,
and everything :r the
Grocery, Xot'tja and Con 'tctionery lint.
Also, Boots and Shoes, Carbon and Lubri
cating Oils, Ac, Sic.
r?, All which will be sold very chean for
cash". augI3 G. G. OWENS.
OOT and SHOE EMPORIUM !
The subscriber begs leave to inform
the public that he has opened out a Boot and
Shoe Store iu the rooms formerly occupied
by Davis k Evans, on Center street, Ebens
burg, where he will carry ou the business oa
an extensive scale.
READY-MADS BOOTS and SHOES
For sale at City Prices.
BOOTS and SHOES made to order
On shortest notice !
1t.The public are invited to give me a
call. I will sell cheap a3 the cheapest, nd
warrant niy stock and make to give satisfae
tioa. "augl3l JOHN O. EVANS.
"VTKW TAILOR SHOP. Having
JlN opened a TAILOR'S ESTABLISHMENT
in the shop formerly occupied by R. D.
Thomas, a lew doors east of A. A. Barker's
store, the subscriber respectfully informs his
old customers and all the rest of mankind
that he is now prepared to manufacture all
kinds of Gent's and Youth's wearing ap
parel in the latest style of the art, with
neatntss and dispatch, and upon the most
reasonable terms. Persons needing work in
my line are respectfully invited to give a call.
Ebensburg, Aug. 13-tf.
EC EBY & CO ,
. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
An7 Commission Merchants,
No. 522 Market St., between Fifth and Sixth,
We have constantly on hand a general as
sortment of all kinds of fish, in larse and
smill cackaees. which we will sell low for
Cash or short credit. Also, Duncannon Nails
and Spikes of all sizes, constantly on hand
and for sale at Manufacturer's prices. ul3
nn C. JENKINS.
JL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Wholesale Dcn.er and Receiver of
FLUL'R, and am. Kixr.s ok PRODUCE,
Aho : REFINED 'ILS,
Checkered Front, 273 Liberty sr.,
Jt5" Prif e3 Current and Marking Plates
sent to shippers. augl3
ENSON, CAMPBELL & Co.,
WIl OL FSA LE GRO CERS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 507 Market st., Philadelphia.
tST" Refer by permission to A. A. Barker,
"Q RNE3, OSTERliOUT, HERRON
i f & Co.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
No. 503 Market St., above Fifth St.,
s ie g a 3 ; n-j f 5
jas. w. rirri-K, i. fcthkt smith,
JNO C. SIJtKROV.-J!, ,r. CALVIN mooue.
TID1)LE. SHERP.ORNE & CO..
JtV Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
438 Market St., below 5th. and 433 Merchant
street, aupli PHILADA.
JACOB K. SMITH. J. H. BELTZEB
QMPi'H & SELTZER,
Importers ard Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE
GUNS, CUTLERY, &c.
No. 400 N. Third St., above Callowhill,
BEN. P. THOMPSON, trith
A. OPPENHEIMER & CO.
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
HATS, CAPS, FURS, and STRAW GOODS
Io. 617 Market street,
nOAh! COAL! COAL!
Vy The subscriber is now carrying on the
Colliery ot V. m. Tiley, Sr , at Lily Station
on the Pennsylvania Ruilroad. Cambria coun
ty, and will be glad to fill all orders, to ant
amount, of citizens of Ebensburg and vicin
ity. Satisfaction as to quilit y of Coal guar
aimed in all Citses. W.V. TILEY, Jr.
Hemlock P. ()., Aug. 13, 18i;3.
RATIONAL SOAP AND CANDLE
. IfE.Vty SCUXAltLE,
Wholesale dealer in Soap, Candle3, Groce
rie?, Liquors and Fish, at eiti prices,
iij;13 Maix st., JOHNSTOWN, PA.
"VfALPALE PALM POIl SALE
1 be s-ul.M-ribcr offers at Private Sale
his FARM, situnte in Chest township, Cam
bria covintv. four mlcs from Carrolltown, and
5-ix.niil(5 troni Chest Springs. The Farm
enntirts of Sixtv-Five Acres, of which 20
acres are cleared and in a good state of cul
tivation. Tbe balance of the land is well
timbered with marketable lumber. There are
a comfortable Frere.e House and a Barn on
the premises, besides a young and thrifty
Orchard of choice fruit trees. There are
nlio a never-failing spring of pure water and
other conveniences on the land. The prop
erty will be sold on fair teitns and an iudis
putable title will be given. For further par
icul-vrs apply to N. D. EASTMAN.
Chest Tp , Aug. 13-tf.
OIJ WORK of all kinds done
THE ALLKGTIANIAX OFFI Gn
JgRENSBURG STOVE and TIN
WARE DEPOT I
T. W. WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
Just received, at the Ebensburg Store and
Tinware Depot, a Urge and well selected
TIN ROOFING, &e.
And a general assortment of
Door Lock Keys,
Carbon Oil Lamps,
Wicks, Stove Polish,
Farm Edge Tools,
Nails, Horse Shoes,
Horse Shoe Nail3,
Augers, Bits, Files,
I desire to cnll particular attention to the
fact that my stock of
Is the largest and best in Cambria county.
And any Cooking Steve desired I will get
when ordered at manufacturers retail prices.
Odd Stove Plates and Grates, Ac, for re
pairs, on hand for the Stoves 1 sell ; others
will be ordered when wanted.
Made out of Galvanized Sleet Iron, to
hold any desired quantity, manufactured and
for sale at the Ebensburg Stove and Tinware
Depot. All dealer 'in Oil should have them
THE EUREKA COFFEE ROASTER !
A time saving, temper saving, labor sa
vinp, money saving invention. Tho women's
friend. The best Roaster in market.
As I have lately added largeh to my stock,
and have now a first-class Hardware and Tin
Store, persons in want ot anythirgin my line
are invited to eive me a ca1!. One thir.tr 1
desire to be distinct y understood
I 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 of public
Store on High street. Ebensburg, in
the rooms lately occupied by Mills & Davis.
aug!3 THOS. W. WILLlAilS.
Main st., JOHNSTOWN, PA.,
A. Row & Co., Proprietois.
This commodious house has been com
pletely refitted and elegantly furnished, and
is now open for tne reception of guests. It
offers superior accommodations to every oth
er hcuse 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. w LauK 13
GRANT HOUSE, "
Jpvs Wilkin. Proprietor.
Tii is hcrise had been refitted, and offers
superior accommodations to any other house
in town. The proprietor, after long experi
ence in ibe business, feels confident he under
stands the wants of the public. Ilia 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, 18H8.
Jerome A. Plott, Proprietor,
No pains will be spared to render this hotel
worthy, of a continuation of the patronage
it has heretofore received. Tl.e table will
always be turnished with thebes the market
affords; the bar with the best of liquors.
The stable is large, and will be attended by
an attentive hostler. ""S 13.
Isaac Crawford, Proprietor.
The Logan has been thoroughly refitted
and refurnished, and now offers superior in
ducements to the public. The Table and
Bar interior to none in the State, and Sta
bling of the very best. aug 13.
L Cob. Clinton & Loccst stb..
Wm. Linton, I'roprietor.
This well known ho ase ha5 been complete
ly refitted. and refurnished, and is now pre
pared for the reception of guests at reasona
ble charges. ug 13.
R. P. Linton & Co , Proprietors.
The Table is always supplied with the
choicest delicacies. The Bar is supplied with
choice liquors and the Stable at. ended by
careful hostlers. Bo trders taken by Hie week,
uiur'' or yar. aug 13
AUREL RUN EXCHANGE,
HEMLOCK, CAMBRIA CO., PA.,
RictABU Dktlikg, Proprietor.
This popular stand has lately been refitted
throughout, and its doors are now open for
the reception of the tired, hungry or thir'ty
public. RUS 13.
HEMLOCK, 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, 1808.
IIsnry Fostkh, Proprietor.
The first class position among first class
Hotels will be maintained in the tuture, as
in the past, by the Arcade. aug 13.
-A.?erti i Tkr .4 77
gUMMER GOODS FOR lSoo 1 1
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
A. A. DARKER & SO,
High St., EBENSBURG, PA.
A. A. BARKER & SON have received and
opened out, at their Store, on High street,
their Summer stock of goods for J68.
MERINOS, PLAIDS, POPLTNS,
ALPACAS, DELAINES, PKINTS,
CLOTHS, CASH I MIS KISS.
SHAWLS AND CLO A KINGS,
Everv stvle in the market;
HOSIERY, GLOVES, AND KNIT GOODS,
HATS CAPS, 300TS SHOES.
embracing new styles of
NAINSOOKS. SWIS MUSLINS. MULLS,
TARLETONS, WHITE CRINOLINES,
BRILLIANT a CORDED SKIRTING.
consisting in pnrt of
JACONET AND SWISS EDGINGS
BANDS. COLLARS. SETTS.
THREAD EDGINGS a LACtS
Cheaper than ever.
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT,
tbe best in use,
Sold at the very lowest market rates.
DAMASKS, TABLE COVERS, CRASH
BROWN a DAM S.K T VBLE LINENS,
FRINGED HACK. DI.4 PER AND DAMASK
HONEY COMB yUILTS,
r t L-v-i-v t v nr-Ti T o
PILLOW CASE LINENS,
PILLOW CASE MUSLINS,
SHEETINGS, CARPETS, RUGS.
HASSOCKS, FLOOR CLOTHS, &c , &c,
Of all sizes, widths, and prices.
A full stock of
HOOTS $ SHOES, IIATS f CAPS,
MOTIONS, PERFUMERY, &c.
A good assortment of
We keep constantly on hand
And a. general
in thi line.
We have constantly on hand a complete
stock of Family Groceries, comprising Su
perfine, Extra and Family
Buckwheat and Re Flour, Corn and Oat
Meal, Hominy, Hulled Barley, Bacon,
Sugar cuied Hams, Dried Beef.
Salt by the barrel, and Sack Salt for Table
use ; Goshen and Western Reserve
Cheese; Crackers of all kinds.
Complete assortment of French Spiref.
Sperm, Adamantine A Mould Cavdlts
Soaps, Castile, Rosin, and all other kinds.
Rio and Java Coffee.
Black, Imperial and .Young Hyson Teat.
Hard, Soft, Pulverize t and
Syruos and Molasse of all kinds.
Dried Apple and Peaches.
Mackerel, Herring, Salmon.
Coal Oil and Turpmtine.
Lard, Whale and Linteed Oil.
Paint of every description.
Scrub, and Horse Bruthet.
&.C., &.C., liS., &.C., &.C.
DR UGS A XD PA TEXT MEDICIXES.
All kinds of
IRON AND NAILS.
Buying twice ns large a stock as any other
merchant in town, we buy cheaper, and can
therefore tell cheaper, than any competitor.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS 1.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS 1
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS !
The public is invited to call before pwrcha
sing elsewhere. No charge for showing
goods, buy or not buy.
Customers waited on by polite and atten
Cherry, Poplar, Spruce, Pine, and
other Lumber, Butter, Eggs, and Country
Produce generally, taken in exchange for
J" HOLES ALE AND RETAIL
TIN, COPPER, & SHEET-IRON WARE
ITaviDtr been East and purchased ny stock
when prices were low, I am now prepared to
offerash buyers better bargains than can be
had anywhere in
W ESTERN PENNSYLVANIA.
My stock consists in part of every variety of
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER AND BRASS
ENAMELED AND PLAIN SAUCE PANS,
FRENCH AND ENGLISH HEAVY WARE,
Made without seam out of Double Tin,
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. attention given to
VALLEYS AND CONDUCTORS 1
All of which will be made out of best mate
rials and put up by competent workmen.
1 am sole agent in this place for th
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
l would call particular attention- to my
stock and prices of
Consisting in pari of all varieties of
WICKS, OIL CANS,
v nicn 1 am retailing at holesi-le I'nces.
SUGAR KETTLES, CAULDRONS, STOVE
POTS, &c ,
All sizes, constantly on hand at
Special attention given to
In Tin, Copper, or Sheet Iron, at lowest pos
MERCHANTS' WHOLESALE LIST
Now ready and will be sent on application by
mail or ia person.
Z Hoping to see all my old customers
and many new ones this Spring. 1 return my
most sincere thanks fur the very liberal pat
ronage I have alrcadj- received, and will eii
deavor to please all who may call, whether
they buy or uot. Call on i.r address
FRANK W. HaY,
auglSj Johnstown, Pa.
Ho ! every one that want Pictures,
come ye to r.nensnurg mm get mem i
Having located in Ebensburg. I would very
respecttully intorni toe people tnat i am now
lully prepared to take
in everv style of the art, from the smallest
Card Picture up to Life Size.
jffcjy Pictures taken in any weather.
Every attention given to th taking of
Photographs painted in Oil, India Ink, or
Your attention is called to mv
FRAMES roa LARGE PICTURES,
which I will sell as cheap as the cheapest.
I ask comparison, and defycompetion.
Thankful for past favors, I solicit a con
tinuance of tbe same.
Zfiir Gallery on Jrlian street, three door
north of the Town Hall,
aug 13 T. T. SPLNCE, Photcgraper.
HUGHES & CO.,
DEALERS IX LUMBER,
Want to buy
100,000 feet good Cherry Lnraber.
J 00,000 f-tt Chair and SeUee Plank.
100, 00 feet inch Pojdar.
5C,ti00 feet wide 1 inch Poplar.
100,00c feet Clear Pino.
For all which, the highest market price
will be paid in cash.
Particular attention will be paid to filling
S. ROH1NSON. uvA
GEO. F. ROBINSON 1 CO.,
PINE, HEMLOCK, BKECH, and MAPLE
Also, FLOORING, WEATIIERBOARDING,
SHINGLES, LTH. BLACK WALNUT,
ASH, and C1IKURY,
Orders sent to Ebensl urg, Cambria co., or
Rush House, Pittsburg, will bo promptly at
tended to. auS I".
as. ii. davis,
Dealer in all kinds of
POPLAR, CHERRY & ASH LUMBER.
Yard, Nos. 314 x 31C N. Broad St.,
TOSEPH ZOLNK.ll has jut
NKR has jut opened
tj and offers for
for sale a splendid lot of
eiht-day and twenty-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 Hich street, opposite Public School
House, Ebensburg. ug 13.
J A (OR FEND,
CRACKER BAKER, CANDY MANU
FACTURER, and CONFECTIONER,
an;;! TSHTewx, Ta.
THE A LLEGH Ah" I AN"
TXILL be published every Thursday, M
the following rates, viz:
Per annum, payable in advance jm
If not paid In advance VT
A failure to notify a discontinuance at
expiration of the term ecbscribed for will V
considered a new eL2eement
rates or advertising.
Transient advertising, per so... one In t .
Each subsequent insertion ",.
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Administrators' and Executors' Notice
square, 1 2 lines..
2 squares, 24 lines
3 squares, 3G lines
Third column - 11.00
Half column 14.00
Professional or Easiness
exceeding 8 lines, with paper
jfgy Advertisements not marked
number of insertions desired, will be contin.
ued till forbidden, and charged ccordicg u
the above terms.
All kinds of Job Work will bt lost
on reasonable terms.
HARTFORD LIVE STOCK INSU
CASH CA PITAL...: 500,000.
We are now prepared to insure Live Stock
against both Death and Theft in this live and
reliable Company. Owneis of Stock have
now the opportunity, by insuring with this
Company, of obtaining security and remune
ration for the los3 of their Animal iu casa of
Death or Theft.
OWNERS OF nOrtSES.
Manufacturers, Expressmen. Teamster
Pbysieiati3, and in fact all who are to anv
extent dependent upon the services of their
Horses in their daily avocations, should in
sure in this Company, and thus derive
protection against the pecuniary damage tLey
would sustain in the loss of their Animals,
which are in many cases the sola means pf
support of their owners.
Farmers and others owning Cattle should
avail themselves of thi? meaus cf saving the
value of their Stock, and secure an equiva
lent for the Ios which would otherwise full
heavily upon them in being deprived of their
Cattle, by insuring in this Company tha
Pioneer Coinpnuj of America, by insuring
in this Comjanv, vcu exchange
AN U N C E It T A I N T Y for a CERTAINTY!
No man can tell w Iietlier his A niraal my not
be stolen or die, through eonje unforeseen
JtJ33 Competent agents wanted, to whom a
liberal conipensaiioa will be paid.
Apply to KKP.R & CO ,
General Agents, Altoona, Penna.
r-jT- Col. Wm. K. Piper, Ebeusburg, Loctl
Agent for above Company. ugl3.2ia
ADDLKRY AND HARNESS !
The undersigned keeps constantly on
hanl and is still
in his line, such 3
FINE SINGLE AND I'OITLE HARNESS,
DRAFT II A RXESS,
BLIND BRIl'LES, RIDING BRIDLES,
HALTERS, WHIPS, BRE r CIIB kc.
All which he will dispose of at low prices
His work is rII warranted, and heinp expe
rienced in the business, lie uses only thebct
of leather. Thankful tor past favors, hs
hopes by attention to ousiness to merit a
continuance of the patronage heretofore so
liberally extended to him.
Shop above the tin store of Thomas W.
Williams, High st. Persons wishing good,
substantial Harness can be accommodated.
jkiyAll persons indebted to me are re
quested to call aDd settle as soon as possible,
aj I n fed money.
anK13J HUGH A. M'COY.
1) RICES REDUCED !
JOHNSTOWN MARBLE WORKS.
The subscriber has just received a large
and handsome . .i voice of
ITALIAN AXD AMERICAN MARBLE.
comprising the largest and finest stock of the
kind ever brought to Johnstown, at nil es
tablishment, on Franklin Stetet, where he it
prepared, with an adequate force of experi
enced ind skillful workmen, to execute all
kinds of MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, TA
BLE TOPS. BUREAU TOPS, MANTELS, Ac.
as cheap as they can be purchased in any f
A h.rge stock of GRINDSTONES on hend
and for sale low.
Articles of my manufacture ran be purcb.
ed at the Hardware Store of Mr. George
Huntley, in Ebensburg.
tKif Prompt attention paid to orders from
a distance, and work d"livred where dr.
red. huH JOHN PARKE.
LOR ETTO M A P. RLE n O It KS !
The undersigned t egs leave to inforn
the citizens of Cambria and adjoining coun
ties tbat be has just received a stock of the
finest Italian and other Marbles at his rsub
lislnnent, in Lorctto. Cambria county, T.
Monument, Tom1, Grave Stones, Table aal
Bureau (ops, manufactured of the most beau
tiful end tiue:t quality of Foreign and Domes
tic marble, always on hand and made to order
as cheap as they can be purchased in the city,
in a neat and workmanlike manner, ecJ. oa
the shortest notice
The public are respectfully invited to give
me a call before purchasing elsewhere, as I
am confident that my work and prices will
satisfy any person desiring anything in my
line of business.
Now is the time to get a chenp jot I
augi3 JAMES WILK1NS05.
1)ATRONlZE YOUR OWN!
THE PROTECTION MUTUAL FIRS
INSURANCE COMPANY OF CAMBRIA CO.
LOCATED AT EBEXSISURU, PA-
.iliAro namml C!nmnnv. Oriraniieu
(A j v Jm x v ---- j j
April 6th, 1837,
will effect insurances oa
property at sate rates, ueing pai ti.uii. v
careful in the risks taken, this Company pre
sents a reliable and cheap medium, througi
which persons may secure themselves againit
pr jbable losses by fire.
Office on Centre Street, nearly oppof
the "Mountain House."
JOHN WILLIAMS, Pret.
R J. Lloyd, Sec'y. & Trcas.
EVAN ROBERTS, Johnstown.
JAMES PURSE, "
JNO. E. ROBERTS, Ebensburg.
Ebensburg, Aug. 13, 18G8.
Work of all kinds de at W