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TIic I'iirmcrs' Ucparlisienl.
PitrMNti Fruit Trees This is a sub
ject, sap an exchange, -about which there is
much controvert--; aud thousands of valu
able trees, in nearly every pin of the Uni
ted States, have been ruiucl by applying
the knife improperly. Persons in the
rural districts have been led to believe in
spririr pruning. Itinerant charlatans
have, from time to time, traversed the
country at that season, lopping off huge
limba without, number, leaving the crip
pled trunk to eke out a miserable exist
ence, and finally to dwindle and perish,
to the great satisfaction of those who loathe
the sight ot a muiilated orchard. Soon
after the branches are thus severed, what
are known as " weather-cracks" appear in
the newly cut wood; and water penetrates
as far as the original nodes from which
the lost branches sprung, where rotten nu
clei are soon formed near the heart ot'the
tree, and not uufrequcntly extend their
deadly effects several leet above the wound
td parts. Innumerable adventitious shoots,
1. - . . I - . I. . J
i ' i
duced near the dccaing wood, that the
superabundant .ap, otherwise provided
for the lost branches, may circulate. The
"water-sprouts" bear no fruit. In time,
they rob the old fruit-bearing limbs ot
fiurishment ; and the worthless, crippled,
orI"LJu "Vuo.t is cut down as a cumber-
muv, there are but two ways and times
for pruning fruit trec3. Vine pruning is
a very different thing. If I wish to cut
liHck the hoot. of young trees to make
! he tops buhy, or rather low and dense, or
any other shape that may be desired, the
cutting is done just before, or at the time,
the buds ire bursting iu spring. All heading-ill
to form properly shaped tops on
ourig trees should be dune about the first
ot April, .vheu the a-cendiog sap will find
veut by pushiug a number of eyes which
otherwise might remain doimant. Bui
this will not apply when the knife is used
on any other than last year's growth. '1 he
bud on healthy shoots two years old will
generally push near the top where a part
has been cut away, but eannot be relied
on when nearly all are required to fill opeu
spaces and form a -iensc symmetrical top.
The cutting of large branches from bear
ing trees should be avoided as much as
possible. Nature generally sends the
shoots where they are needed, and seldom
where they will do injury. A branch
should never bo lopped because it hangs
too low; all such being of great value to
trees in open grounds, for tho purpose of
ehadiog the trunk, where the unbroken
rays of a July sun will do more mischief
than bard winters, borers and all other del
eterious causes, combined. And when a
branch appears to crowd the top, if It is
cut away, an unsightly opening will be
obvious at once. The smT and chisel arc
used by far too much. A common clap
knife is all that is neeessary for ordinary
pruning. Hut there are ca-ses where the
8aw may be used to advantage when two
limbs interfere so that both will bo in
jured ifoue is not cut away, and when a
branch is broken by hi;h winds or other
wise. AH such pruning ihuuid be done
ia the month of July, when mure eap is
in the top of the tree that atany other pe
riod. The descending f.ap from August tili No
vember tonus the annular "ring ot new
wood, and in it permanent duets tor the
passage ot ascending sap the succeeding
hpring. If we cut away one-halt the top
ot any tree while the sap is down, double
the usual amount will had its way into
the remaining branches, thus crowding
the ducts to as to lorce water-sprouts,
much in the nature of leaks sprung into
the embankment of an overcharged reser
voir. Rut this may be avoided by cut
ting the limbs while the ap is up. Sev
er a iiiob in J uly, and part of the descend
ing f-ap will moisten the wound, even
keeping it as green wood, almost to the
very edge of the cut; while the remaining
portions will form a callus around the in
jured part, with proper ducts, through
which the sap will ascend next spring as
regularly and healthfully as though no
branch had ever been there. Tho cut
will soon heal over, and the tree remain
as sound a? if no amputation had takcu
Winter PuoTKcrioN for Plants
Allour readers know that snow i3 the very
best plaut protector, Rut we do not know
that it is much better than earth drawn
ever the pin ts ju.-.t as the winter is about
to set in. We have frtquenily reenn
mend'.'d thi- in our Columns, but iiOt near
m much use is made tf this fact as might
For instance every one knows bow much
Letter cuttings root, when taken offia the
fall, than when it i deferred till spring
but the fear ol having them drawn out
by frost t-oems a greater evil. Now many
ad'ipt our p'.au. Put the cuttings in in
lull, atid cover with tvo or t4irvo inches ol
earth. Iu the spring they will be through
to the f urfucc ; or, if not, oome ol the erth
tun he taken off.
Much use, also, is made of the fact by
many nurserymen to get young seedling
.stock set vu'. It used to be the fashiou
to buy them in the fall aud bury them
cmplitely up iu a heap till spring, cov-
ring to?is and all. But frritg always
finds iiiori; work than the nurseryman can
h. Under this Lew system of earth pro
tection, he i.ow sets out hU young Mock
where it is to remain, covering it entirely
with earth, so d ut.cuvciiug it early in
spring. By this ti.eai s he g ts an
immense amount of Work done iu fall iu
time otherwise unemp'o cd aul butter
dene, a the plants root a little snd push
ik.miit known as -waiur suruui. art; nru-
stronger thsn wheu f-prmg j.lau'cJ.
All persons indebted t me are re-fjnesud-
to py up on or be fort November
liext. By so domgyou will confer a fjreat
favor, as I Taut to enlarge my Lusiues-i uud
need money to do it with.
OU. 21, .'66-Zt. R. It. THOMAS.
UMMER GOODS FOR. 1SG3 ! !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
A. A. B HIKER & SOX,
High St.; EBENSBURG, PA.
A. A. BARKER k SON have received and
opened out, at their Store,,, on High street,
their Summer stock of goods for '68.
MERINOS, PLAIDS, POPLINS,
ALPACAS, DELAINES, PRINTS,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKINGS,
Every stvle in the market;
HOSIERY, GLOVES, AND KNIT GOODS,
HATS a CAPS, 300TS SHOES.
embracing new styles of
NAINSOOKS, SWI-S MUSLINS. MULLS,
TA RLETONS, WHITE CRINOLINES,
BRILLIANT a CORDED SKIRTING.
consisting in part of
JACONET AND SWISS EDGINGS AND
DIMITY" BANDS, (jwLLARS, SETTS,
BOBBIN A THREAD EDGINGS LACES.
Cheaper than ever.
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT,
tbe best in use,
Sold at the very lowest market rattt.
DAMASKS, TABLE COVERS, CRASH
BROWN a DAMASK T KBLE LINENS,
FRINGED HACK, DIAPER AND DAMASK
HONEY" COMB QUILTS,
PILLOW CASE LINENS,
PILLOW CASE MUSLINS,
SHEETINGS, CARPETS, RUGS,
nASSOCKS, FLOOR CLOTHS, &-., kc , kc,
Of all sizes, widths, and prices.
A full stock of
READY-MADE C L O T II I N G !
BOOTS .J- SHOES', HATS $ CATS,
NOTIONS, PERFUMERY", Ac.
A good assortment of
HARDWARE, QUEENS W A R E, &c.
F E ED, VEGETABLES,
We keep constantly on hand
And a general
in this line.
F A M 1 L Y G R O C E R I E S !
We have constantly on hand a complete
stock of Family Groceries, comprising Su
perfine, Extra and Family
Buckwheat and Rje Flour, Corn and 0t
Meal, Hominy, Hulled Barley, Bacon,
Sugar-cured Hnm3, Dried Beef.
Salt by the barrel, and Sac k Salt for Table
use ; Goshen and Western Reserve
Cheese; Crackers of all kinds.
Complete assortment of French Spices.
Sperm, Adamantine a Mould Candles
Soaps, Castile, Rosin, ami all other kinds.
Rio and Java Coffees.
Black, Imperial and Young llysoh Teas.
Hard, Soil, Pulverize 1 and
L'yruvs and Molasses of all kinds.
Dried Apples and l'eaches.
Mackerel, Herring, Salmon.
Coal Oil and Terpentine.
Lard, Whale and Linseed Oils.
Paints of every description.
Scrub, and Horsi; Brushes.
Ac, Ac, As., kc, Ac.
DR UGS AND TA TEST MEDICINES.
All kinds of
IRON AND NAILS.
Buying twice as iarge a stock as any other
merchant in town, we buy cheaper, a. id can
therefore sell cheaper, than any competitor.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS !
CALL AM) EXAMINE GOODS !
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS !
The public is invited to call before purcha
sing elsewhere. No charge for showing
goods, buy or not buy.
Customers waited on by polite and atten
fcSy CLerry, Poplar, Spruce, P inc. and
other Lumber, Butter, Eg-gs, and Country
Produce cenerally. taken in ex?hanr fnr
jgUENSRURG STOVE and. TIN
WARE DEPOT 1
T. W. WILLIAMS. Proprietor.
Just received, at the Ebensburg Stove and
Tinware Depot, a ltrge and. well selected
stock of .
TIN ROOFING, Ac.
And a general assortment of
Farm a Edge Tools,
Nails, Horse Shoes,
Horst Shoe Nails,
Augers, Bits, Files,
Door Lock Keys,
Carbou Oil Lamps.
Wicks Stove Polish,
I desire to call particular attention to the
fact that my stock of
Is the largest and best in Cambria county.
And any Cooking Stove desired I will get
when ordered at manufacturers' retail prices.
Odd Stove Plates and Grates, Ac, for re
pairs, on hand for the Stoves I 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 dealers tu Uil should have them.
THE EUREKA COFFEE ROASTER!
A time saving, temper saving, labor sa
ving, money saving invention. The women's
friend. The best Roaster ia market.
As J have lately added largely to my stock,
and have now a first-class Hardware and Tin
Store, persons in want of anything in my line
are invited to give me a ca'l. One thing I
desire to be distinct y understood
I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD!
s2 Repairing promply attended to.
By strict attention to business ar.d a desire
to deal fairly and justly with all men, I
hope to merit and receive a share of public
EJr""" Store on Il'gh street, Ebensburg. in
ib rooms lately occupied by Mills k Davi$.
aug!3 THOS. W. WILLIAMS.
UM ME 11 ANNOUNCEMENT ! !
WOOD M O R R ELL J- CO.
Have just received, at their Mammoth Store,
Hear the Railroad Station,
Still another invoice of
FOREIGN aki DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
DRESS GOODS, CARPETS, GROCERIES,
They offer Goods of L descriptions at
W II O L E S A L E a.vd R E TAIL!
As cheap bb they can be purchased ia
the Eastern Cities.
Our stock of
GENERAL DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
RAG, INGRAIN, A BRUSSELS CARPETS,
MATTING, PAPER HANGINGS,
BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
QUEENS WARE, YELLOW WARE,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE,
IRON, NAILS, FEED, SALT, Ac,
Is the largest ever brought irto Johnstown.
By buying our Goods in large quantises, and
on the best terms, we are enabled to sell
at prices much lower than are offer
ed elsewhere in Johnstown. Wo
particularly invite the at
To our f icilitie3 for supplying them promptly
with every article in demand by their
customers, and at satisfactory fig
ures. Competent clerks always
in waiting to show Goods.
A specialty ef our business is the
PAIL Y MEAT MARKET AND THE VEC
ETA RLE DEPARTMENT,
At which citizens can procure &12 kinds of
Fresh Meat and Vegetables in season.
On the second and third floors, but .vith
convenient entrances on the first floor from
Washington street, are two capacious
TAILOR and SHOE SHOPS,
Where fine and coarse Robots and Shoes, and
all kind3 of Gentlemen's Wearing Ap
parel tire made to order, j rompt!y,
and in fashionable style.
A full line of Cloths, Cassimer3, Cas
einets, Ac, constantly on h nl. In the Shoe
Department are kept for sale Shoe Findings
of all kind3, and a prime assortment of Up
per and Sole Leather. sep3
Adverriee ia The AllrgJijniftn.
-John Wilkin, Proprietor.
This house has 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. Hi3 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, 18f.8.
Jerome A. Plott, Proprietor,
No pains will be spared to render this hotel
worthy of a continuation of the patronage
it has heretofore received. Tie tabie will
always be furnished with the bes'-the market
affords; the bar with the best of liquors.
The stable is large, and will be attended by
an attentive hostler. . "g 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 inferior to none in the State, and Sta
bling of the very best. a"g 13-
Jj Cor. Clistox A Loccst ST8.,
Wm. Linton, Proprietor.
- This well known house has been complete
ly refitted and refurnished, and is now pre
pared for ihe reception of guests at reasona
ble charges. aQg 13.
ltX EBENSBURG, PA.
R. P. Linton k Co , Proprietors.
The Table is always supplied with the
choicest delicacies. The Bar is supplied with
choice liquors - und the Stable attended by
carefulhostlers. Boirdera taken by the week,
moph or year. AUg 13
AUREL RUN EXCHANGE,
HEMLOCK, CAMBRIA CO., PA.,
Riceard Dktlinc, Proprietor.
This popular stand has lately been refitted
throughout, aad its doors are now open for
the reception of the tired, hungry or thirsty
public. MUg 13
U NION HOUSE!
HEMLOCK. CAMBRIA CO., PA.,
Otto Helly, Proprietor.
This hotel is situated immediately along
ide the Railroad Depot, and is the most con
venient stopping place in town for travelers.
August 13, 1808.
Henry FoSTKtt, Proprietor.
The first class position among first class
Hotels, will be maintained in the future, as
iu the past, by the Arcade. aug 13.
C EBY & CO ,
And Commission Merchants,
No. 522 Market st., between Fifth and Sixth,
We have constnntly on band a general as
sortment of all kinds of fish, in large and
small packages, 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, aul 3
JL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Wholesale Deader and Receiver of
FLOUR, and all kinds of PRODUCE,
- Also : REFINED OILS,
Checkered Front, 273 Liberty st.,
JS Tricea Current and Marking Plates
sent to shippers. r.aug!3
ENSON, CAMPBELL & Co.,
WIIOL ESA LE GR 0 CERS,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 507 Market st., Philadelphia.
25 Refer by permission to A. A. Barker,
ARNES, OSTERllOUT, HER RON
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
No. 503 Market St., above Fifth st.,
CALDWELL & FRY,
Wholesale Dealers in
40G Market street, Philadelphia.
I. C. CALDWELL, Ug. 13 WM. W. FRY.
J AS. W. RIDDLE, J. FVTKEY SMITH,
JSO C. 8HERBORNE, W. CALVIN MOOHE.
RIDDLE, SHERBORNE & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN k DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
43S Market St., below 5th, and 433 Merchant
street, Laug13 PHILADA.
JACOB K. SMITn. J. H. SELTZER.
SMITH & SELTZER,
Importers and Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE,
GUNS, CUTLERY, &c. .
No. 409 N. Third St., above Callowhill, '
BEN. P. THOMPSON, uriA
A. OPPKNHEIMER k CO.,
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
HATS, CAPS, FURS, and STRAW GOODS,
No. 617 Market street,
augl3 Ph'la dklphia.
S. ROBINSON, wtth
J. GEO. F. ROBINSON k CO.,
PINE, HEMLOCK, BEECH, and MAPLE
Also, FLOORING, WEATHERBOARDING,
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACK WALNUT,
ASH, and CHERRY,
Orders sent to Ebensburg, Cambria co., or
Rush House, Pittsburg, will be' promptly nt
teuded to. aug 13.
NATIONAL SOAP AND CANDLE
II EN It Y SCflNA RLE,
Wholesale dealer in Soap, Caudles, Groce
ries, Liquors and Fish, at cit, prices.
auilSl Maw st., JOHNSTONS', PA.
THOLESALE AND RETAIL
TIN, COPPER, k SHEET-IRON WARE
Having been East and purchased my stock
when prices were low, I am now prepared to
offer cash buyers better bargains than can be
had anywhere in
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 reed in the Kitchen.
Particular attention given to
VALLEYS AND CONDUCTORS I
1 am sole agent in this place for the
HEATING AND COOKING STOVES.
Odd Plates for repairs constantly on hand,
as well as other nuke of StoTts, which will
be sold at prices to please.
GRATES and GRATE FRONTS,
of all sizes, with
CAST IRON FENDERS,
Furnished at Manufacturers Retail Prices.
I would call particular attention to ray
stock and prices ef
Consisting iu pari of all varieties of
WICKS, OIL CANS,
Which. I am retailing at Wholesale Prices.
SUGAR KETTLES, CAULDRONS, STOVE
TOTS, &c ,
All sizes, constantly on hand at reduced
Special attention given to
In "fin, Copper, or Sheet Iron, at lowest pos
MERCHANTS' WHOLESALE LIST
Now ready and will be sent on application by
mail or in person.
J Hoping to ece all my old customers
and many new ones this Spring, I return my
most sinceie tbrnks for the very liberal pat
ronage I have e.lrcady received, at'd will en
deavor to please all who may call, vb ether
they buv or not. Call on or address
FRANK W. II a Y.
31 U R R A Y
J E M M O N
EE ENS R UR tf
DRUG k ROOK STORE:
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Note and Biiltt Taper
I'rnyer Book;, Bibles,
Cigars, and Snnff,
Penknives, I ure Liqrsors fur
Pocket Books, tued :cinal purposes.
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il!:f trations and chariceristeric anecdote.
50 well-filled pages t- fine steel portraits,
and tie lives of over 5u men. Price low to
suit the times. The cheapest as well as the
most interesting book published within five
years. Sales immense. Kyery body wants
to know the l'fe history of thess men.
Send for Circular to ZEIGLKR, McCUR-
DY k CO., Phil'a., Pa.,
Cin , O., or St.
T EES J. LLOYD,
JLV Successor of R. S. Bunn,
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, AND DYE-STUFFS, PERFUME
RY AND FANCY ARTICLES, PURE
WINES AND BRANDIES FOR MEDI
CAL. PURPOSES, PATENT MEDICINES, &c.
Letter, Cap, and Note Papers,
Pens, Pencils, Superior Ink,
And other articles kept
( by Druggists generally.
Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded.
Office on Maiu Street, opposite the Moun
tain 'louse, Ebensburg, Pa. rnugl3
LATEST ARRIYA'i" !---The
subscriber has just received, at
his store, on High street, Ebeusburg, a large
and salable stock of
Flour, Bacon, Sugars,
Molasses, Tea, Cotree,
Table Salt, Barrel Salt, Spices,
Cheese, Tobacco, Cigars,
and everything in the
Grocery, Notion and Confectionery line.
Also, Boots and Shoes, Carbon and Lubri
cating Oils, Arc, kc.
All which will be sold very cheao for
G. G. OWENS.
J P. ALT FAT HER,
' Manufacturer of and
.Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
HAVANA and DOMESTIC CIGARS, PLUG,
FINE CUT CHEWING and SMOKING
TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES, SNUFF
BOXES, and CIGAR CASES,
Lr me svjn of the Indian, Main st.,
Sept. 3, 1803
ABRAHAM BLAINE, Barter
Shaving, Shampooing, nnd Hair-dressing
done in the most artistic style.
Sg& Saloon directly opposite the "?Ioun
tain Hou;e.-' (aug 1 3
"YTXiLL be published every Thursday, &t
the following rates, viz:
Per annum, payable in advance.......
If not paid in advance.
A failure to notify a discontinuance nt the
expiration ot the term subscribed for will le
considered a new engagement.
BATES OF ADVERTISING.
Transient advertising, per sq.. one ins.$i.co
Each subsequent insertion 05
Auditor's Notices, each 2 00
Administrators' and Executors' Notices 2 rn
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1 ruitsiuiiiii or business varus, not
exceeding 8 lines, with paper g oq
r Advertisements not marked with t!.e
number of insertions desired, wi'I !,e contin
ued till forbidden, aad charged according ;0
the above terms.
All kinds of Job Work will be done
on reasonable terms.
jOOK WELL TO YOUR FEET.
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY.
The subscriber, having dispensed with the
sale of Eastern-made work as a specialty of
his establishment, is determined to n'uy
himself with renewed energy to the manu
B OOTS A N D SHOES I
He has in his employ a corps of comprt-m
workmen, and asserts that be can turn
out a better Boot or Shoe than anv other
similar establishment in Cambria '"'ouu
ty. Give him a trial and he convinced
Particular attention paid to the man
FINE FRENCH CALF SKlN BOOT '
Good work, moderate prices, and sutaaciii.n
guaranteed in a.'l cm.scs.
Boots r.nd hoc3 repaired promptly and ia
a workma.ihke maniu-r.
ZT Shop or !Iisu-st., one dior east of
Lrawlord s Iioiel.
GIVE ME A CALL 1
ug. 13 JOHN I). THOMAS.
ADOLERY AND HARNESS I
The undersigned keri 5 ror.nMlv 0n
hand and is still manufacturing all articles
in his line, such ag
FINE SINGLE AND DOUBLE IIAKNFS5
BLIND BRIDLES, RIDING BRIDLES,
HALTERS, WHIPS, BRRKCHBANDS, Ac.
All which Le will dispose of at low j lietJ
His work is all warranted, and beiru' exj ?
rienced in the business, he uses only ihoUst
of leather. Thankful far past favor.-, !,p
hopes by attention to business to ineiit a
continuaii'.-c of the patronage heretofore io
liberally extended to him.
Shop above the tin store of Thomas V.
Wiilhiias, High st. Persons wishing KooJ,
substantial Harness can be accommodate.!.
EXZX" All j'vrsons indebted to uie are tc
questcd to call uud settle as soon as iosdil-
as I tited uk.ii?;. 'I -V"
ugl3 HUGH A. M;;ov.
"PRICES REDUCED !
JL JOIINSTOW-XIAUBLE WORKS.
Tbe subscriber has iust rtttivi-,1 .. 1. , ...
aim uauusouir invoice Ol
id handsome invoice of
VALIAN AND AMERICAN .V.I ?.;
mrrisir.g the largest and finest stoiWvY.t
nd ever brought f o Jolmsto n n, : L's I
blishmcnt, on Franklin Steeet, where ii
ki II 1
prepared, with an de'i!::'te force of exj'tr.-
encea ar.d skillful workmen, to execute
kinds of MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES. TA
BLE TOPS, BUREAU TOPS, MANTELS, Ac. i
as cheap as they can be purchased iu any (
tbe citie3 I
A large stock of GRINDSTONES 0:1 bar.:'
and for sale low.
Articles of my manufacture enn be pi, reu
sed at the Hard ware Store of Mr. Geor'
Huntley, in Ebensburg.
tT" Prompt attention paid to or.lir !: "
aug I 3
ORETTO MA RULE .VOrJ-
J The undersigned beers leave 10 ni'o"':
tho citir.ci.s of Cambria and :u'j"i:'in;4 re"-:
ties that he has just received a - t t f '
finest Italian and ether Marbles ai his
lishment, in Loretto, Cambria county. 1
Monuments, Tombs, Grave Stairs, ;
Bureau tops, manufactured of the mo?, i )
tiful and finest quality of Foreign ar.d !' - '
tic marble, always on hand and ma !e too :
as cheap as they can be purchased in r.c c j
in a neat and workmanlike inar.ncr. s:
the shortest notice.
The public are respectfully invited tof :
me a call before purchasing elsewhere. ;
am confident that my work and prices
satis'y any person
line of business
iow is the time to get a cheap jo'1' . f
313 JAMES WILKlNi'-' f
1) ATRONIZE YOUR OWN".-
THE PROTECTION MUTFAb
INSURANCE COMPANY OF CAMUKlA-v
LOCATED A.T KUENSBUIIO, FA- j
The above named Company, cr;."
April Oth, IS57, will effect insurances ;
property at safe rates. Being par;:-?
careful in the risks taken, this Ct wi J f
sents a reliable and. cheap medium, tr
which persons may secure themselves Si-j
pribable losses by lire.
O.'lice on Centre Street, nearly cr
the ''Mountain House." .
JOHN WILLIAMS, T.
R J. Lloyd, Scc'y. k Tress. f
.4 gents : I
EVAN ROBERTS, Jblinstcwn- j.
JNO. E. ROBERTS. Ebons!- ?
Aujr. 13, ISO. X
"T7 ALU ALE FARM
T Tbe subscriber oilers
lis FARM, situate in CkesMowr-i-:
jria county, four mlcs from C trru- . ;"
six miles from Chest Spring;.
.,M.-iti nf Sivtv.I ho Acres. cl
ucres i.re cleared and in a good s- .
tivation. The balance d the !;in-;
timbered with marketable lumber.
a comfortable Frame House nnd 4 ',
the premises, besides a jcunr ..
Orchard of choice fruit trees. . s
also a Lever-failing spring of PuTtTi!t
other conveniences on the Ian--.
. . . ... . . o 71 J r
: 1 1 1 Imp iiiiis..'
licultrs apply to N. I-
Chest Tp , Aug. 13-tf.
Work of al" Kin-