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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Ebexsburg and Cresson Railroad
Oa and after Monday, Aug. 3, 1868, trains
on tui9 road will run as follows:
At 5.1ft A. il., connecting with Day Exp
Fast and Phil. Exp. West.
At 7.15 P. M., connecting with Phila. Exp.
j-.ast ana Jiaii irain west.
At 9 2'; A. M., or on departure of Thil.
At P 40 P. M., or on departure of Phila.
Memoranda. Thomas McCurty, con
victed of the murder of David .Barry, in
Venango county, was handed at Franklin
un the 2Sth ult. He acknowledged his
guilt of the crime imputed to him.... Mr.
John Dougherty, an old citizen of Holli
dabur, is dead. ...Last Saturday even
ing was Halloween. Owing to inclemency
of the weather, the cabbage-stalk brigade
did not appear on the street.. ..Mr. George
Aurentz, formerly proprietor of the "3Ian
sion House" in Pittsburg, died last week.
...Altoona is. to have a skating rink. ...Mr.
Henry Mcintosh, has been appointed post
master at Newr', JJlair county, vice Mr
F. V. McCoy, removed George Fant
linger, an old miner, was recently killed
in a coal-pit at Larimer's fetation, West
morcljud county, by a large piece of slut c
lulling upon him and crushing him V
watch which mils stolen from a railroad
. i . i
engineer oi .vitooua aoouc a year ago was
last week recovered in a pawnbroker's
hhop in Pittsburg... A German woman
named Stiver and one of her children
Ox the "Whoso Track. One day
last week, a young clerk who holds forth
in Pittsburg received a dispatch from an
other young clerk employed in the same
establishment, but who was then traveling
on business, to this effect "Pack me up
a change of clothing and come out here
and stay over Sunday." The young man
packed up the clothes, took the Phila
Express at Pittsburg at 4.30 p. m., Satur
day evening, and at 10 o'clock at night
was landed in Ebensburg. But the other
young man him of the rumpled linen-
was not at the depot to meet him. Nor
was he at any of the hotels. Xor could
any trace of him be found throughout all
the length and breadth of our corporation
limits. Here was a mystery. JJut the
dispatch itself soon unraveled it. It was
dated at Evanshurg, (Crawford county,)
instead of ELenslurg, (Cambria county.)
and the young man had traveled the mat
ter of one hundred miles in an exactly
opposite direction from that which he
wanted to go !
Gambling. Those who arc addicted
to investing in gift enterprises are respect-
ully referred to an article on the outside
of this paper, wherein is graphically ex
posed the dishonesty of the system. Any
scheme, no matter what its name or how
specious soever its avowed object, which
proposes to give an article worth $2.00 for
61.00, may unhesitatingly be set down as
a swindle. V, e know that a considerable
sum of money goes yearly from Cambria tu
county into the maw of these enterprises,
and lor what: For pinchbeck jewelry
and cheap promises. Even if the enter-
L O CAL CORRESPONDENCE.
LETTER FROM JOHNSTOWN HORATIO, WHILE
SWINGING AROUND THE CIBCLE, TOUCHES AT
THAT POINT HIS SPEECH ASHLEY PESNA.
RAILROAD DOUBLE TRACK, AC., AC.
Johnstown, Nov. 2, 1868.
To the Editors of The Allfghanian :
Seymour, the "great decliner," smiled
benignly upon a few hundred of our citi
zens on Thursday last. lie discovered,
at Pittsburg, that the "Old Keystone'
possessed great natural resources and was
an immense manufacturing State, and he
told the people of Johnstown of his dis
covery. Only this, and nothing more
Folks were disappointed. They expected
that Horatio (like A. J.) would define his
position in a few terse remarks. But, no
4 ?i n i t ii
:x suine oi iamo-iLCe innocence, some
honeyed, flattering phrases, a. puff of
smoke from the engine, and Horatio was
Impeacher Ashley made a speech on
Saturday evening at the Grant club room.
large audience was present, notwith
standing the inclemency of the weather?
The Penna. Railroad Company have in
course oi construction an iron bridge on
the piers and abutments occupied by the
old bridge across the Conemaugh. "When
completed, the Company will have a dou
ble track from Pittsburg to Philadelphia.
The Methodist festival was an elegant
affair, and was well patronized. The la
dies of the congregation merit all praise
lor the energy and zeal they displayed in
ood cause. "Davov.
Merchant Tailoring. The want of
such an establishment in Ebensburg has long
been needed, and we are now happy to say
to our readers this want has been supplied.
D. J. Evans has just returned from the east
with a superb stock of cloths, cassimeres and
ve3tmgs, such as were never brought to this
market before. Mr. E. is a skillful cutter
and only asks a trial to convince any and all.
Oak Haix Clothing Store. Those
-aucrs who visit Johnstown, and who
are in need of clothing, should avail them
selves ot the opportunity of buying from Le
opold & Rro., of the Oak nail Clothing Store.
They sell entire suits cf clothing from $15
and upwards. Having, the largest stock in
Johnstown, and receiving constant accessions
of goods, they are prepared to sell cheaper
than the cheapest.
Dry Goods and Millinery Store
The largest and most complete drv rn.irf n,i
wryMore in Johnstown, is located on
JUtt,n aireet, Leopold Maver. r,ronr;t , xr -
fa " mm---r iui.
""J" '"vues me public to trive Mm n
before going elsewhere, assuring them that
ne win sell as good goods for as little mon
"Ji" oougnt in the Countv. Oiv
- . . v
mm a trial ai.d be convinced.
Q.REATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
EitTiSEMENTS. The man whodoes
no- read the advertisements in his paper can
never be said to be well informed. And th
man who has not yet visitSd It. R. Davis'
cheap store and examined his goods and
prices, is also not well informed. In a word
his prices defy competition. '
to fatally lmrnej, rccctlv, by . carbou f'.?" 'f'V"! 'ie PVc.,e
..il ox,.I..s-w at C.vode, WcstmurclanJ " - "J '-J only about aS much
,.,.., m- v.-... it:i iv t I vjinuLtj m liict r.1 (i r a Miutien iortunc as lie . . .
j "i. niii. jiiK'uiaii, oi x ranks- . il n i
town, IHaJr countv, was thrown from a wwum U1 trucK ur "gning. lint
sprm- wag.m near JJuiitingdou, a few u,uuuai-u uu feUtu Pnn"
days ago; and had his collar-bone broken. 1 1Iley are a11 swindlcs. and
man is a tool who puts his money into
them with the expectation of deriviuir "ain
from the investment.
...A workman engaged in putting a slate
root upon a building in Greensburg List
his balance aad fell backward. He blid
off the roof, and was only saved from a
ii JiTiule uealh by fallin
For Wm. A. AVallace's Eve. In-
A fight occurred on our streets on the
evening of the October election. Mr.
Geo. Gurley, one of the parties engaged,
ecuted his pugilistic oppo-
Edwards, on a charge of
assault and battery and mayhem. 3Ir.
Edwards, holding that he was the assaul
ted one, has instituted a counter prosecu
tion against Gurley on the like charge.
Railroad Accident. An accident
occurred on the Penna. Railroad, near
Wilkinsburg, on Tuesday night. The
Window Shades. It is a fact not. t
be denied, that the Rustic Window Shade,
sold by T. W. Williams, is by far the most
tasteful and durable blind extant. They are
sold very low. l!efore purchasing any other,
go and examine the Rustic.
Will hp . . -
w I'niu iij hi r nfrronn 1 . . :
-.!, ,, . . J f' "fu '"lUUUlilir
- , ,uluiaiillUlc liquors to my wife
Z. 5, 8CS. DV,n P0WLI" '
ir upon a scaffold, l,:.. ...1.1 . 4u , t , entire train was thrown from thr- tmclr Kv
.. " unii.-.r iu mo j'cmocracy oi i ennsyl- J
mg ! the KHirth story... .A vein of lead van ia after the October election Wm V a broken rail and nine cars demolished,
or- has becnb.mid near Ilollidaysburg. Wallace, Chairman of the Dem. State Xo P6"00 was d, and only a few were
A lllt'CC ot th'! ore Was snilfil .iml fmn,! - . ... . . . ininvorl nnna ..:.,i .
committee, char-n, if nr,n V
w n.rmai.1 ..i.-niu ut jilt cent oi jeau.
ArvEMi'TKi) Auson. Eleven months
.!". 3lr. Thomas i. Moore, of Ebensburir.
vii:t-l St. .Ios.-jh. Orphan Asylum, in
Philadelphia. While there, he consented
ro take oi.v of the orphans, u girl aired
:iIijTXTl. years, ami give her a permanent
li'a:e. He brought t lie young girl here,
an 1 iutnuiueed her into his family as a
1 of light work". Some time last sum-jin-r,
Mr. Moore's house was set on lire
and a wardrobe containing a fjtiaiitifv of
wearing apparel consumed. The oiil:i
-f ,? ,rv was an unaccountable iiivstcrv
0a Saturday ni-hc last, the house was
again set oh fire, but the flames were ex
tinui.,h. ,1 before any damage had been
u -no. uiieion v.-as now directed toward
'lie siirl. and a M-atch was set upon her ac
'if. On Sunday, the house was again
fcrl in several places j and at last,the
-i.-i was ca.-ght in the act of applyiri" the
M10 was iorthwith arrested and
"""Ul1"1 i j:J, to answer in a char-e of
atu-uij.ted arson. When asked her mo-
j!!vo f r attempting to destroy the house.
i 'lo eouM only answer that she '-was in
J iu ited ly the devil." These last fires
('Milti-l in lousiderable damage to wcar
I'lrel, bed clothes. Sec, and at one
u uu,lay I'ouse was saved from
uetructiyu v.ith the greatest difficulty.
J t.UiCTlOS AlJSi;nDITlES.--T
. x -i t-. . .
o" x'itii. xn vamDna township, ISov. od.
ic Catharine, wife of Richard Edwards
and the 43d year of her
w e neuru a democrat re
In Ebeniburg, on the 3d inst., Eliza,
rife of Daniel J. Evans, aged 35 years.
comity, made a bet on
t'K'li. it w.i fn t!.;.. n-.,. .
t. -l.'uwur s election, the Repub-
f:i was to enter his Imp.!,,,,,,. i i
'--lvC I tl
can party that one of the means through
which they were enabled to carry
State consisied in '-assessing paujera i
mark, the orhnr ilm- tlmf tl .7.7.... ......
' , '"v- auuitos nu I yi
CiOgant, eloquent, and epigrammatic, and
wou.a nave been all right , that unfortu- One term at a irood school i nf
nate reference to paupers had been left value than two terms at a poor school.
out; -for," said he, '-you see, here in For good instruction, co to the Sfnto W
Lambvia county tec always assess the pau- mal School. Address J. A Coopex Fd
pers and have them vote the Democratic inboro,' Erie countv Pi
ticket . ' A jnch is a fact.
C'of.vrv CV,,,SS,SE,,,Ou Th. Una , u,,,"',
f rt3 MaU11Ce Mca , of Jacob Keith to 31 is 3Iary McDonnel' of
Johnstown, the newly elected County Cambria county. '
Commissioner, was qualified as a member
of the Roard. He is an estimable young Attend the Republican demonstration
man, and will doubtless make an efficient Iiext at"rday night.
ofhecr. 3Ir. John Campbell, the retiring
Commissioner, filled that office for two
terms, or six years. Always at his post
when wanted, and careful and exact, tho'
courteous and accommodating, he "ave
X Ho ! every one that wants Pictures
cuuic jc iu r.oensourg and get them !
ITavino- lnrntcH ;rvv. i r
. ,, . . -"wsuurg, i would very
j .1V,41U Wic I)cuplc lUatl arrf
luiijr ii-pureu lO IRKe
in every style of the art, from the smallest
- - r iuic o i ii.
Pictures taken in any weather. -553
j K'n 10 tne takintr of
CHILDREN'S PIGTITRK g
Tiw3 1,aiatC1 iD " ' '". or
.Your attention is called to my
FRAMES for LARGE PICTURES
; and '
i PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
which I will sell as cheap as the 'cheapest
1 ask comparison, and defy compttion
- Thankful for past favors, I solicit a con
tieuance of the same.
S- GKllery on Julian street, three doors
uii.u ui tuc jown nail.
aug!3 T. T. SPEN'CE, Photograper
BENTLEITS .VOX-EXPLOSIVE METRO
POLITAN OIL !
M. L. Oatman, Sole Agent for Cambria Co.
The subscriber desires to call the attention
ot the public to the fact that he has purcha-
;r:j::'T count o ,en
- .i...-u4.,uSive metropolitan Oil "
Which he claims ti i.a ...
?Ji nfctured. The adrantaSeS claimed
iui tins yjn are :
1. It is clear and clean.
2. It is non-explosive and sate.
3. It will not grease your Lands, clothin
turniture. or carpets.
4. It is fifty per cent, cheaper than auv
Ulu u. x rice. oniv iu cents a nuart.
TR YITll BUY IT!!!
One and all who have used it pronounce
it m give enure satisfaction. Give it atrial
uuu De convinced of the above facts.
TOWXSIIIP AND BOROUGU RIGHTS !
for sale at the store of
M. L. OATMAN,
Three doors east of Crawford's Hotel,
A"g- 13 Ebsnsbukg, Pa.
T OOK OUT FOR KARGAIN3 AT
CHEAP GROCER Y STORE.'
3 doors east of rrawfnnl'a uti
Where may be found a choice selection of
lucijr uc ivuuu tt cnoice eeiectu
Fresh Groceries, consistiu?;. in ixart t
BEST FAMILY FLOUR, XI A COX, FISH
, SPICES. CHEESE. i!Ripitpo
DRIED FRUITS. CANNED FRUITS
pRICES GOING DOWN!
full and entire satisfaction to the people.
The new Hoard made the following ap
Cy1'-1 Wm. II. Sechler.
V. ; Thcitas GImss.
y"""" jaines ii.oss.
HARDWARE J- HOUSE
he "Big Barker" and the "TAttU
Cur" will be out Saturday night.
Argument Court meets here to-day.
A good many lawyers in town.
T I'CT TTi r 1)t . Trt .1
xn. a laue.- 11 mere is anything
firmer jiKes it is plain dealing.
ft bin a.
way ot do.ng things, and he
win never do business, if he knows it, with
any one who is even disposed to take advnn.
tage ol him. When he is dealing in corn and
aW? r, .1"'afraid 0f m Eating JACK, SMOOTHING,
w.cn ue wants brst of all an honest man to
ueal with. One price and small profits is the
motto at M. L. Oatman's cheap store.
'rein for the paCe of four hours
0 (Irauf u'..c t-i.,. i .t
uwriui, tne Jlemo-
'v:'.s to becoulc a tenant of the same
'fiarters for a like jveriod of time.
are not advised when the terms of the
UlI';ut are to be carried into effect,
leuiixr-.f ninl -i l'.a i: 1
4'uuii;;m maue a
ri'i ....1a- a
JUWV' in Altoona on the result
OJ tl.., L.' .
7 - tate election. The Democrat lost,
1. 'vcunosday evenm- last wlinl,l
Sad Accidknt. On Monday aftemocn
last, a serious accident occurred in Johns-
toTvn j . . 1 r 1 I a 1 . . .
l" l "u"'uer ox workmen ensrased in lu vu? goods with which he is le fm;i;..
, t 1 Mt m I 1, I. .
construction ot the new Welsh church.
It seems the scaffold upon which they were
working suddenly gave way, precipitating
the workmen from the roof to the floor, a
distance of twenty feet. 3Ir. David Grif
fiths was so badly injured that he died a
short time afterwards. A young - man
named Clossin had one arm and both
thighs broken. Abraham Fresh and AJr.
bhryoc were also slightly injured.
I once more return my sincere thanks to
my old friends and customers for their lib
eral patronage extended towards me, and
now owing to the great fall in prices, by
which many articles can be sold as cheap as
before the war, and having a thorough knowl
edge of the business and the wants of the
public, I take pleasure in announcing that I
can and will sell goods at a less flguTe than
any similar establishment in citj or country
My stock will consist in part as follows :
DOOR axd CUPBOARD LOCKS, CATCHES,
BOLT.S, HINGES, SCREWS,
WINDOW SPRINGS, SHUTTER HINGES,
Y IN DOW GLASS, NAILS, PUTTY,
BORING MACHINES, AUGERS, CHISELS,
QUACKS and BITS, HATCHETS,
SQUARES, COMPASSES, TRY SQUARES,
BEVELS, POCKET RULES,
axd FOR PLANES,
PANEL PLOWS, LEVELS,
SASH, RAISING, a::d MATCH PLANES,
SAW SETS, BENCH SCREWS,
CROSS-CUT, PANEL, RIP, COMPASS, and
GAUGES, OIL STONES, SCREW DRIVERS
PLOWS, POINTS, SHOVELS,
SOAPS, CANDLES, &c. JLC.
The finest brands of TOBACCO and CI
GARS kept in town may always be found
at this establishment.
Also, a large selection of
YANKEE NOTIONS I
all of which will he sold at the lowest prices.
V large assortment ot FRUIT CANS just re
ceiyed and at prices which dt-fy compe
tition. Call and examine stock be-
iore purchasing elsewhere.
LAMPS. WICKS, FLUES, AND LAMP
TRIMMINGS in great variety
I hope by fair dealing and strict attention
to business, and a determined endeavor to
mai 1 may receive a shr f i.
JJOOFLAND'S GERMAN HITTERS
IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC,
The Great Remedies for all Diseases of tha
Luh.; Siu.nack or Digetuve Organs.
HOOPLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
of lhe Pure juicea (or, a, tW
Serb? Tny ,teriEtracts) of Roots',
t on 1, afk8' Waff a prepara
tion, highly concentrated, and entirely fre
Horn alcoholic admixture of any kind "
IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
Is a combination of al! th mm-.a;Ans
the Bitters, with the purest quality- of Santa
( run Rum, Orauge, &c, makiug one of tho
most pleasant, agreeable remedies ever of
fered to the public.
Those preferring a Medicine free from Al
coholic adroiiiure. will uge
HOOFLAND o GERMAN BITTERS
Those who hae no objection to the com-
IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC.
They are both equal!y g0odi and conUi
he same medicinal virtues, the choice be
ween the two being a mere matter of taste,
the Tonic being the most palatable.
I be stoiBHcb, from a variety of cause
such as Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous dJ-' '
bility, etc., is very apt to have its function
deranged. The L.ver, sympathizing 8 close!
ly as U does with the Stomach then be
comes affected, the result of which is
that the patient suffers from several or luoru
ot the following diseases:
Constipation Flatulence, Inward Piles,
Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity of the
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for
lood dullness or Weight in the Stomach,
the".! oTJ 9' BFflSifrn " -the
uit ol the Stomach, fevv.u.--
Head, Hurried or Difficult Breathing" Flut
tering at the Heart. Choki
Sensations ffhen in a Ijing posture, Dimness
of vision. Dots or l.Jf- ....
pain in the Head, Deficienc? of S C'
ellowncss of the Skin r,..- ".riraiion.
Side IW- rK.0 7 " Jtra' 1 ain n the
isiue, rsaca., Lhest. Limba t. t.
es of Heat, Burning in the Flesh7 Con ?ant
Imaginings of Evil, and great depreoW
The sufferer from th
exercise the greatest caution in the sek'tio
of a remedy for his case, purchasing J Z
that which he is assured from his investiga
tions and inquiries. nneaA.
it, skilfully compounded, is frce from injuri.
ous ingredients, and established for itself a
reputation for the cure of these diseases T in
this connection we would
1 wuaa(, kuutic weii
known remedies-7ooZawi-, German Bittert
and Iloofland't German Tome, prepared bv
DK. C. M. JACKSOV p h t r WlF .b,. .
. . ,. - ""--'i3iriiiA. I A.
ThirtV-llVft Vfcnra Ein. '
" Lilt" V A.V T A Tl
troduced into this country from Germany"
0 .. uae undoubtedlv-
H-iioiined more cures, and hno?t,s
Ulltau.tr tO arrMlprv(..( 41 .
. j- , man any
wmii 1 cult-lues Known tn
m?TTpfux-gOUS Publi- I AM These remedies will effectually cure Liver
Sill1?0! TO BE UNDERSOLD. Complaint, Jaundice. Dyspepsia7 P. rli'!
Dill WII I.MII I ' 1 I LM n 4rin-ir-. '
t7c-n vuii.11 .10 inn; (J1IEAP
11,15 A- M. L. O A T f A V
mf. 10, lObS
n- , i- V Jb' Cnroic Diarrhoea,
Disease of the Kidneys, and all diseases aris
ng from a disordered Liver, Stomach or In-
QUJ3 OF KyGLAXD SOAP! DEBILITY RESULTING FROM ANY PAl'v
QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP whatever ; Prostration of the K
duced by Severe Labor, Hardships,
Exposure, Fever, &c.
There is no medicine extant equal to these
remedies in such cases. A tone and vigor
- -. vuc uoie system, the appe
tite 14 ctrnirl e . ' .
QUEEN OF KNOT. vn in a t
For doing a familv wash inrr in tli
cheapest manner. Guaranteed equal to anv
itaa it 1 1 IDC Fl r."li or 1 1, ..f
rosin soap, with the mild and lathering cual
..... 4 Bcuume asuie. i rvthis splemlid
ORES, 48 !
soap. Sold hv fi. at nr'v . " ,f,,.h .1; 5uJ"Ja. ln
wnpVo " J '",; iiiii.wiv.L, . , pioperij, tne blood i3 n
!K.48orth Front street, Phila. the complexion becomes sound
T s- U A It K E 11,
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS. PS 1-
"a'1'" Ebensb urtr. I 1
pANXED FRUIT, of all kinds at
V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
i.,u aM FPnent m a wheelbarrow
ist . Yr... 1
r,,E 'AMPAiux.TLe L-ranJ torl,li.rT,
LT7 1' tW KbtiUS Ta.incrsin
tl. p , , 10 1Ielublican victories and
4turd ' d not 'COUlc off 011
4ui, Jy ,i;fcrht IuSt b reason of in
T "4 ot the weather. Itail fell at in
1 u3 thrmi.rl 1. .1
,.. c uul ine and at uight
I tils li o
rou i, E"W " SunJa'- pile
'iur?,r ;:ca,!'c.r' h g-y
lorui set in Kii.i..i 1 .
7 -vvuvu i fu
r of '., u- '
01 eimbhcans met in the Town
" Uie CVM, m,. 1
"mi", ami ..1. 1.. 1
w "uiy au-
CirASTP. AVn lirii-Tini.r ri'i
.... ji..ltiJi tu j te are
the only words which will convey an ad
quate idea of the arraj of goods to be found
at the variety store of A. A. Barker & Son. i'ORKS, SCY THES and SNATHES, RAKES
Their stock consists in part of Dry Goods of HOES. SPAfiK stti. ot,
17J, 7 r "R3EB .c-DS. cuunr combs,
t: : ' WS RF.r.T.S Untua urmno
imujiiiga ol ev?ry style. Jn short you can mro,
buy almost anything at this store. BUT, TRACE, BREAST, HALTER, FITH,
Magnificent. -Tiift" I . tongue, aki LOG chains,
those clubs will be held in this place next od. recently received at C T ' LuL", 7. - ' SIIT GUNS' EVOLVBS, a?
Saturday evenin- for the purpose of coin. Wlthut doubt the finest .selection iaiULS, CARTRIDGES,
A TTFVTIAV VVinn. V,,,. n .
. liutuouuiy vji ranc-uoltax
...,1 T'.. ' i i piu
xamias C1UUS. Hie last niPoflnrr
V J i A
brating the glorious victories of the 3rd inst.
I here will be a torchlight procession, fire
works, illuminations, &c. Kmineut apeak
ers will be present to address the meeting
x urn out everybody, and let us hav
Fire. The steam tannery of Messrs.
Jones & Evans, situated a short distance
southeast of town, took fire from the smoke
stack on Friday morning last. The flames
were -speedily extinguished, but not till
brought to Ebensburg. Those who visit thi P0WDER. SHOT, CArS, LEAD, POUCHES,
siore cannot fail to find something that will POWDER FLASKS, GAME BAGS
71, I ' W,VCS' ChiIdren or GUX L0CKS MAINSPRINGS, PIVOTS, Ac.
" 'or yourself. . LAMPS and OILS,
Winter. The chilling wind tho f-,1. U00KING, PARLOR, HEATING STOVES
ling leaves, nil indicate that winter is here T1N AND SHEET IRON WARE,
are you prepared for it? Have vou m.r. WASHING MACHINES .vn irniraPDo
" t I . " ' II Mliiuuui
. I 11 not. v.nm I . , t. - i
is the t.me. An elegant stock may bo foan.l r L .
at J. Patton ThomnW ra . ' . KlE, SUGAR, ic.
m M I Urt I
" "a ' A t 1 1 r - , v .
I " MUUK OF SUMMER
-a 1 uooas at reduced prices at V. S. B.'s.
Uuk .u ... . " J '"nun aun
-u1uMI.uc Jt:11orunge 13 eradicated from
tho eyes, a bloom 13 civen to :h ,1,1, .i
the weak and uervous invalid becomea a
strong and healthy being. monies a
PERSONS ADVANCED IN LIFE
And feeling the hand of time weighing heav
ily upon them, with all it nt.. :,,
it t - vKinj.cnn, ill;
will fand in the use of thia nnta
u i.in mai win instil new Hie into
their veins, restore in a measure the enerr
and ardor of more youthful days, build Z'u
their shrunken forms, and give health and
happiness to their remaining years.
It is a well established fact that fuliv one
half of tho female portion of our population
aie seldom iu the enjoyment of good health
cr, to use their own Xj expression, "never
teel well." They are languid, devoid of all
cuergy, extremely nervous, and h&ve no ap
. To this class of persons the Bitters, or tho
Tonic, is especially recommended.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made strong by the use of either of
these remedies. They will cure every case
of MARASMUS, without fail. 3
Thousands of certificates have accumula-
7Jh STOCIv OfCLOTIITxVG VKKY ted in the hand, of the proprietor, bSTpaco
XI cheep at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg. w'll allow of the publication of but a few.
FRUIT CANS-NEW STYLE at V.
S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
BOOTS AND SHOES CHEAP AT
V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pai
WALL PAPERS-ALL STYLES
at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
"VTEn" STOCK OF SUGARS FOR
i.1 canning fruit at V. S. BARKER'S.
a large stock of Furs very cheap.
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Odd Stove Plates, Grates, and Fire Brick
STOVES. If you want a Niagara Trnti; lJ on hand to suit Stoves sold bv me
auuut -j.vu worm oi leather had been B e ' ai;onai xcel3ior, Tenn, Nimrod. , " ei na Wrn Pumps and Tubing at
destroyed 'and a section of W aker Cit Electric, in fact any Stove, call u,acturers Pces.
i I &t th e Tnflm m nt Ii otrw r n . I Soon in ir mon nn : .. i . J , . . .
icet square Durneu away. . u view, uunm-j. ma .uiC, muicu, unupui npi at low
UV XT -r , . .
-V.S.'IS. I I'., I n
- I iiuii-rs l
jmL nut f',,. 1. i. .i
L't-lr. .1 ... . 1JM
T ovation r (he can,-
' UUlM.iv CVcilin- '
AVe direct the attention of our readers
to the advertisement of lloofland in this
paper, who, it will be se
rr!f9 ro ac V.an : r i . I rates.
i -.v, ..o vus.ii, 1 1 uut uucnuer man can
be fouud elsewhere in the countv. fin ;
cs?- persona owing me debts of long stan-
TlIE election in this section passed off u a CODler a fAvor by calling and paying
h;i re rr ""4CUt' 113 " iaKe3 great
iiiutisi ntiUKS PAID FOR
Produce at V
r, Egg, Wool, and all Country
S. BARKERS, Ebensburg
I)aner, WHO. 16 AVIH be seen to flT.:., nn el v u-ilhlhAPTCPnlinnnfa .nnti...j ,
I the public his German l?ittm-a ...,.i 'i'r and jam at V. S. Barker's chean t.nr expenses, unri nir. u8!?0 nc
I -.ic .tuvx J.UU1C, ! , nuc - . " " i iub Biusii pront8 that
the best Laown rcmed v for ,1;,, bargains were dealt out to every one wh o .1"m mak!n& on gooda I cannot aflbrd to frir
1 Mtonuliingljr low. Tatronizc Uim. : 1 El.tushur-. i-, ,r0' Ul-NTIX1
y ILY WHITE LEAD LINSEED
A.J Uil, Warranted pure, at V. S. Barker's
Ebensburg, Pa. '
NAILS ALL SIZES, CHEAPEST
in town, at V. S. Barker's, Ebensburg.
YS. BAR K K R ,
BARRELS, KEGS, ' TUBS,
MEAT-STANDS', CHURNS, ic.
Those, it will be observed, are from men of
note, and ot such etanding that thev must
Hon. Geo. W. Woodward, Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court of Pa., writes : Philadel
phia, March 10, 18C7. I find Hoofland's
German Bitters is a A good tonic, useful
in diseases of the digestive organs, and of
great benefit in cases of debility, and want
of nervous action in the system.
.-Yours, truly, Geo. "w. Woodward."
lion. James Thompson, Judge cf the Su
preme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, April 28, 1866.
I consider 'Hoofiana's German Bitters' a
valuable medicine in case of attacks of Indi
gestion or Dyspepsia. I can certify this from
my experience of it. Yours, &c
From Pev. Joseph Kennard, D. D., Pastor
Cf the Tenth Baptist Church, Philadelphia
Dr. Jackson Oear Sir : I have been frequent
ly requested to connect .my name with re
commendations of different kinds of medi
cines, but regarding the practice as out of
nsy appropriate sphere. I have in all cases de
clined ; but with a clear nroof in vari
ous instances, an4 particularly in mj own
family of the use of Dr. Hoofland's German
Bitters, I depart for once from my usual
course, to express my full conviction that
for general debility of the system, and es
pecially for Liver Complaint, it is a safe and.
valuable preparation. In some cases it may
fail ; but usually, I doubt not, it will be ver
beneficial to those who suffer from the abova
causes. lours, verv resnecti'allr
"J. II. KENNARD."
Hoofland's German Remedies are counter.
feitf.l. See that the signature of C. M
JACKSON is oa the 3T wrapper of each
bottle. All others are counterfeit-
rrincipnl Office, and Manufactory nt tho
German a tdicine Store. No. C3I ARCII-St..
CHARLES II. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. Jacksos a Co.
Hoofi tud's German Bitters, per bottle, $1 on
half dozen, 5 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up In quart
bottles, $1 60 per bottle, or a half dozen for
BST Do not forget ta examine well the &r
tide you buy, in order to get the genuine.
For sale by aH Druggists and Storekeepers,