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XoCAL AND PERSONAL.
EBTX y2e, 1869, trains on this
run as follows. : .
LEAVB EBS'0Rnani;ting with Philadel
At Apsbureb Express West, and
,prn Express Eas
u' m v w.. coo:
At l- ?VJ::.nt Train West. .
? " .nectine with Mail Tram
.v New Livzrt Stable. TVr
Davis & Co. have just opened MV i- the
stables formerly occupied by Mr. Charley
Gibson, a livery and sale stable.. We have
looked in at the stable, and are free' to
say that it. is the most complete establish
ment of the kind ever started in Ebens-
burg. , Mr. Lem. Davi?, the senior inem'
I ' ' .... -.pM--. .
Soutneyu--. coonecting witn wwi -
xi -connecting wrni"
At A Ph tadelobift Express East.
Sin" . M-l xnings leaves Ebens
lTrg at 5.15 o'clock.
oTm-? - on departure of Pltt
baArf2.?0iPP.e Moon departure of Mail Train
S At 8.31 r- M., or on departure of Mail
The ALLEanAMAX.-The following
earned gentlemen have kindly consented
Tart agents for this paper in their
" cctivc neighborhoods. They are au
thorized to receive subscription moneys
for us and receipt for the same in our
Blackhck Tp.. Waowb, Esq.
Ch.it Spnngi J." M. Chbistt.
i0b3 Sna Tp Jous Pokikk.
wSUton TP OT- S YT-""-
-.j.;.. Td ...V ISAAC UATK8.
.- Dotn cars together and catcbi
between, tfienu. "T-a, .was J
r The house of Mrs. German, la'CooemVueh
boro., was entered by thieres on Monday
night. They got some valuable jeweiry and
regaled themselves liberally with the con
tent! of the pantry and the bar ' '
!- Oliver J. Yoahp. a m-v;n;. ,.i,t
ber ot the firm, is one of the most experi- lh Johnstown Mechanical Works, met with
enced horsemen in Cambria county, and a Painf-1 accident on Monday last. While
is therefore peculiarly qualified for the J011" at a Piec machinery, hia hammer
business in which he has become engaged. oZ ot? " the ba" f
The firm also buy and sell horses on Sm- "Lave the eye. h
mission. See advertisement. The examination of teachers for the Mill-
Cii'a T Til1 boro- schools took place on Tuesday
"ivx liuaia uutuujo w iw- IBB IOlIOWino- nam. I
it x xc was to have been finished inside
of ten days ten different times since spring.
But it is not finished yet. The poles are
distributed along the line of. the route,
. (the E. & C. ML,) and the wire, is on
Mnd and that's all. We are anxious
"ueu ine scnoois, at salaries ranging from
$35 to $50: S. B. McCormick, principal,
Misses Dickey, Carpenter, Lardin, Davis,
Young, Lardin, and Zech.
A match game of base ball came off at the
Point on Saturday, between the Senior lu-
,t - i r jr" iv vuo OCOre. KICKS 52
j vuuij,n,nuu ui me iiue, tor i luaepenaents 26. : '
v'-v uauuj, uu election evening to ciey j. liose. Kuperintendant of
Johnstown Mechanical Works, has resigned
his positioi. He intends visiting California
soon, to stay some time.
The School board of Millville borough have
contracted with the Johnstown Mechanical
Works for the erection of anew brick Bchool
how, which U to be completed by Sept 1,
date for thn nffi r T?-x... cost some twenty
iw"ioicf auu rvecor- i inonsann dn b
bring us the returns .of. Geary and Wil
liams' majority in the State.
Independent Candidate. By a card
in . another column, it will be seen that
Mr. Thomas McKernan (Democrat, of
Cambria boro., is an independent candi- 1870.
Memoranda. A woman named Duffer
made an unsuccessful atten.pt to commit
suicide at her rcsideocc, Bdrdstown, est-
morcland county, in tnc md i"-
was laboring' under mental despondency t
the time... A barn near Bolivar, West
moreland county, was struck by lightning
and lurned down, with its contents, on the
4th inst ...Sunic unconscionable scoundrel
robbed the Presbyterian cl.urcn oi .uc vy
town of twenty-five yards of carpet, lately
...Potatoes arc telling at .from 25 to 40
cents a bushel in Mifflin county.... Black
berries arc plenty in our market, at ten
cents a quart... .A young boy. in Indiana,
while going through some gymnastic per
formances lately, fell and broke his collar
Lone. A warning to those of our Ebens
burg boys who' affect the horizontal bar,
ic ...The residence of a widow lady namol
Mathers, residing in the "Loop,"
tered on Tuesday week, aw1-" 0r
$500.... A woman in HoUiJaysburg bought
a bottle of a qu'ck nostrum called "Kun
kel's Pain Slayer took a dose of it; got
sick j sent, for a doctor. The doctor tasted
hfl.T.tfc'irum, and found it to contain aco
nit of monkshood, a powerful vegetable
poison. The proper remedy was uduiinis-
I tered and the woman's life saved. Be-
ware of quacks and quack medicines!...
A mother and throe children named Moore,
1 residing near Blairsville Intersection, were
j poisoned recently by eating cooked mush-
I tix uid of the poisouous variety, and two cf
aer ot Uambria county. 3Ir,. McKernan
is represented to us to be a good, reliable
citizen, and will no doubt give Mr. Oat
man a close race on the second Tuesday of
The State Teachers' Association
The Pennsylvania. State Teachers' Asso
ciation, which met in Greensburg on the
10th inst., was by far the largest educa
tional meeting ever held in this State, per
haps the largest ever hold in the Union.
U is believed that not fewer than eight
hundred persons were in attendance. But
two huudred and forty names were en
rolled at the meeting cf the same associa
tion at Allcntown hist summer.
To provide for such an influx of stran
gers, most of whom were ladies, was no
easy matter. An adjourned court was
also in session at the same time, and this
cornnlica ted ihc difficulties of the situa-
T. ... ."!! ... .
the children, aged respectively one and . " ' At tnC hoteIs one eould
three years, died in about six hours after ' landing-room. Many private
partaking of the dih... .Bedford has a CS rG 6carcely less crowded. One
uhort... .A" young eirl lately died in Hun- Scn,leuian wh,- J'ad agreed to entertain
ingdon county from tho effect of a coal 'f youn Iadies suJdenIJ fnd himself
o7 explosion... A Presbyterian church near uuletca Wltft no It;cr than cloven. Whal
er cr i.-uiit may be lound with gome fea
tures of the convention, due credit must
be given to the generosity of the people of
ureensburc. and esteem ilir
w .7 1." ttLLtll.
LITTER FROM CAREOLLTOWN 1MPBOVEM EST ON
IMPROVEMENT PROPOSED PIC-NIC A FREE
BLOW, tC, AC.
Carrolltown, Aug. 16, 1869.
lo the Editor of The Alleghanian :
After an intejval of several weeks, I again
assume the role of correspondent, for the pur
pose of keeping you and your readers posted
in on the news from this portion of the county.
in me way ot Improvements, Mr. Edward
Binder has now in course of erection a com
modious plank dwelling and shoe-shop ad
joining his present residence. Immediately
opposite, and in close vicinity to the church,
the masons are just finishing the substantial
foundation for a convent building, and the
A o -v. iuaici i me utine jocatea on
D SrECTiON.Tho board of Di- the eround: with th r I,;
rectors have chosen Ptev. B M. Kerr prin- d completion, of this structure.
Mr. Henry Blum has a large force of .work
men engaged in excavating a cellar adjoining
his brewery. This vault is o be used as a
storage room for lager beer, and . its dimen
sions will be about 30 feet square by 18 feet
KEW STYLE DRESS GOODS
KEW STYLE DRESS GOODS
NEW STYLE DRESS GOODS,
BEST FLOUR IN TDWH
PET FLOUR IN TOWN'
BEST FLOUR IN TOWN
THE PLACE TO GET GOOD TEA
THE PLACE TO GET GOOD TEA
THE PLACE TO GET GOOD TEa
HOOFLAtf D'S GERMAN BlTTxiHS
lira ' - '
. IIOOFLAND'8 -GERMAN TONIC, n
The Great Remediea for all Diseases of the
Liver, Stomach or Digtttite Orpant.
IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN 3ITTER2J
Is composed of the pure juicea (or, at tbev
re tnediciaally termed. Extracts of Root.
2ii Vfci Bark, -3SC making a prepare!
K, concentrated, and entirely free
from alcoholic admixtufe of anv kind
IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC :
th. ombiD.atLio!? of 1! th ingredients of
Pr! n "' ,th the pCre3t Utr Of Sanut
rn?c , '"' 0ran:c' making one r the
most pleasant, agreeable remedies ever of
fered to the public. '
Those preferring a Medicine tree Tier AU
cobolie admixture, will ne
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Lin-,-" huhVe no objtion to the com
bination of the Bitters, as stated, will use
IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC. -
tweenTh. f diral Tir,UC8' lheoice be-
tne Tonic being the most palatable.
such as'nV fr Variet of 'WW
bilUv It. geStln' DT"PePi, Nerrous De-
deraVed 'ThJr &?t l its 'ellodl
U Jt u a 6 Llver srmpathiring as dose-
corned afceta?10 Slm lhe
thT X affeted' result of which is
- 4i. u i a eases :
Conellp.tion, FUtnlnce, Inward Ptl.i
vS Nau8ea Heartbnm, Disgust ' far
llfr'i or Weight in ihe Sumach
Sour Eructations, Sinking or fluttering t
,?ln0f t-he, St0m,lch- Swimming "the
lead, Uumed or Difficult BreathiJe fhU
tcr.ng at the Heart, Choking or Saoeatir
of3vLa.onn dS'" ic a!:E oslafe'
or vision Dots or webs before the stent, dnli
nun in i ti o II.. j rv.c.
- 7 cuciency ci ferspiratioa
lellowness of the Skin v !? . ..
t.i. -iL . 7 77 . "J it rB" n me
Cheap Store. M. L. Oatman makes
a specialty of the flour business. He
sella more flour than any other dealer i
town, and is thereby enabled to sell cheap
er. In addition to flour, Mr. O. keeps a
full line of fresh groceries, provisions, &c.
Kverything on his shelves is marked at the
very lowest figure. Buy from him once,
and you will buy from him always.
cipal of the Union schools of Ebensburg
i'T me ensuing term. Mr. Kerr, by thir
ty years' experience in teaching, is nroh.ii
bly as well, if not better qualified for 'the
position than any man in the countv. Thn
other teachers have not yet been selected. The large and elegantrhullding oTMr.-Fred.
Nn Pln t. ixr ,r Snyder is rapidly approaching completion.
ro iaper Last Week. In conse- It will be tbe-finest building in this town, but
quence of the non-arrival of our supply of whether designed for a hotel or as a private
vtuiw paper at the noht mn l residence, we have not Uamct
- - nj ua l.:l I ' . vui us
V. S. BARKER'S CHEAP STORE,
V. S. BARKER'S CHEAP STORE
V. S. BARKER'S CHEAP STORE,
was issued from this office last week. We 5ie ? hY 50 we" should suppose the for
trust a like mishap will not occur again
Petersburg, Huntingdon county, was near
ly blown away by recent storms.... Ilolli
daysburg is going to have an agricultural
lair and Altoona a horse show this fall....
another, pic-mc hero at the close of the pres
ent month. It promises to be a grand affair.
ccpy ot 1 he Alleghanian to any person lists, have opened their respective offices in
For the Campaiojc We 'will send &
of The Alleqhanian t
n T. . .... . . f
f5 li. irum now till tlie October elec- this nlace. to remain durino h
tion for forty cents. Circulate the docu- Whether there is a sufficient number of peo- PRICES GOING DOWN
enough decayed molars and incisors to iusti-
Dead. Mr. Henry Hughes, the Donu- I 1 ''"their eoj6urn amongst ns, remains to be
iar landlord ot the National Hotel'-at Been
Summit, died at hisreeidencc one davlast tuT eveninS last wa3 tbe occasion of
weei. I 4une k uvvty steue at me uuiei or iir. Law-
isjijZ1SUKU HARDWARE J- HOUSE
1 once more return my sincere thanks to
uiy oin inenas ana customers for their Iib-
e I Heat. Rum in kA ru.L . .
t . . ' o wu. constant
Imaginings of Eril, and great depression of
exeLStUiferer ?m UieS5 Qlses should
exercise the greatest caution in the selection
twiftflr Incase, purchasing only
tinn, . h6 .,3.assuild from hls inTtiga
? -fr ninqn,neS' Psss true mer
it, skilfully compounded, is free from injuri
ous ingredients, and establi3hed for itself a
reputation for the enri of th... a
this connection we would submit those well
known remedies HooAnn
and Hooftanfa German Tome, prerared bv
DR. C. M. JACKSON, PHILADELPHIA PA
.- r -S 3 7 SIECe lDe'T were fit ia
troduced intd this country from German
during which time they have undoubtedly
performed more cures, and benefitted annex
ing humanity to a greater extent, than any
other remedies known to the pnblir. '
These remedies will eflWt
Complaint, Jaundice. DvcnncU r-i,,-:-
Nervous Debility. TT" Phmn.v n:....i.
Disease of the Kidnevs. and ail aie.b. v:V .
ing from a disordered Lirer, Stomach or In
testines. DEBILITY RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE
j .rroswauon oi tlie System, in
duced by Severe Labor, Hardships,
Exposure, Ferer, k'c
There is no medicine extant ednai tn
remedies in such cases. A tone and
is imparted to the whole system, the appe
tite is strengthened, food is enjoyed, the
stomach digests properly, the blood is puri
fied, the complexion becom annmi .k
healthy, the yellow tinge ia eradicated from
the eyes, a bloom is given to the cheeks, arid
the weak and nervous invalid Lecoeg A
strong and healthy being. .
r.KSOrs AD VAX VXD IN LIFIt
And feeling the hand of time weighing heav
ily upon them, with all its attendant ill
will find in the use of this Bitters, or th
Tonic, an elixir that will instil m m ;m
tbeir veins, restore in a measure the energy
and ardor of more youthful days," build p
their shrunken forms, and give health and
happiness to their remaining years.
It is a well established fact that fully one
1)1 En In L..retto, on Thursday
Mr. William Ryan, Sr., aged 80 yean
Crcsson is crowded with summer visitors, f'atlcnt aWry of the local committee,
Wctto Springs has a goodly number, and KcV- T- N' BoIe' J' S- Walthour,
Kbcnsburg Las as many as her hotels can and Prof- M R Gaut' A-
accommodate. Apropos of this, wc hear . convcntion too large. Its size
umt a party are negotiating for the pur- toniriDUterl great,y towards defeating in
chase of Lloyd's beautiful I tno measure its own objects. The court
" - V V VII kill.: I w - - I a o 1
western outfckirt of town, with a view to rm being occuPied by the court, it was J ?' 18 8tyled lhe "Johnstown ZouaTes."
erecting therein a large summer ": hotel.... for the association to hold its " I 'iu V' the other was
LETTER FROM JOnXSTOWS MILlTABY rKVEK
onuu A BET-UP HORSE
To the Edi
Johnstown ha3 caught the miliLar f
We have now two Zouave comptn:es. One
was orcranized ahoiir. ,
" icno ngu , ana, j
rence Schroth. That gentleman had procured eral patronage extended towards me, and half of the female portion of our population
a new and very tasteful sign from Johnstown, now owing to tne great fall in prices, by aie seiaom in the enjoyment of good health
lasV and on the evening named his friends as- wh.ich any ae3 can be sold as cheap as or. to use their own Xa expression. 'never
s c.mM. .i.i .ifa i . o u berore the war, and having a thorough knowl- 'eel well." Tbey are languid, deroid of all
sembld to elevate it to its place Mr. Schroth ixlnf h. A. .nrr- ? .V .u"UiUflI
i , - . 1 ?T. uu iuc naiiis oi me i i "uniiuj ucnwus, ana nave no ao-
I had secured the attendance of thi hrasa Via ml niihlir. T tLa nlnocnrs ;n t .i... nptitn r
1 . . I j - i'ivujui u a u II u U ii L li: i! L 11 LI L 1 I 1
and while the inspiring strains of the able can ftnd wil1 8el1 poods at a less figure than To tn!s class of persons the Bitters, or the
performers floated out on the evening breee, aDy similar establishment in citj or country. Tonti.!sPe15.i1AllJr recommended.
the sign was raised to its position. This My stock will consist in part as follows : de stronIfJ "r l!?-
a n a n I . 1. 1 A i C 1 it . t TTT . I TrX" . rrnn v-v v .
, Auviu&sxs DBiMiTtn . i pu'juiiir uoiei. lormeriv ine wasmncron i auuu and uui'iiu'vitij . ks niTrnrc luese remeaip. n hv will s
nu JE.fU-1" - --o I vutvu uo, I ... T1 . c, J vuig I CIJ CMS
L. Ac. c. House." ha3 been re-named, und in crolden- TnTT nivnrj onn-. of MARASMUS, without fail.
JOHNSTOWV A, Ifi IfifiQ hued letters, so that he who runs may read, mIYnrtW on'mvnc ' Thousands of certificates have accumula-
wouflbTOW, -Aug 10, I00U. ' . - J ' WINDOW SPRINGS, SHUTTER HINGES ted in tfae hands of the proprietor, but snace
tor ofThtAUeohanian: W,U be found the "cnpton -St. Lawrence WJvnnxtr r . ea will allow of the publication of bn a f !!
Ihc Altoona Democracy have got into a
fierce local ht. One fWinn 1
' anib'otll f.P tl.n t'.-. 1.,
. " "for, ana tne other
by Councilman liwkctt. The fight aF
rears to have grown out of some question
connected with the "snoils" nf tW
aDd, the th Pities are pitching into"
Ornn 1 7 orl Kir V. . v . .
SST? rr'J" '"I TniD8S' thC" P1, Jacob GItUB First Liitenanta'nd
Methodist church, a buildin- not half William R. s.. , ! "
larse cnouirh. and mncf. innffi: .1.. I sniri;, ,..i, .....
0 ' .uvuiuiutiv eiiii- 1 uu miuersiana tneir businpns
ine name of the company Is the "Campbell
weh other is shock
mg to one with weak
New Summer Resort. We learn that
a. yjv. s ineatrical trnnn r
Jew xorkcity, have rented Parke's Opera
House for two years, at a yearly rental of
The Forrest Dramatic Association will cri
three entertainments in Union Hall on Fri
day Saturday, and Monday evenings, 20th, Lcon.'V.r.V.V.i'seO
-Hst, ard 23d inst. The Hall, by the way, is Corn, bn...... 1.25
boast of three of the finest hotels and a trio
of the most cleve r landlords in the county
Yours, Fczzv Bczzv.
Wn f flint- If iL. .
. l.u. mm 11 ine attendance
at the late State Association is to be taken
as an exponent of futuro associations, the
Dcst thing to do will be to divide the
State into two educational districts, and
The Kilkennv cats bid f:,Jr f i. organize two associations, one for Eastern
. . 1 -vr v- 1
peated....Joha Monagan, a miner was ne l0r Western Pennsylvania. C
instanrl.. I.:n 1 i .. . ' I
3 -uiea Dy a lall of slate, near Os
Iat Wednesday wcck....Dr. John
'lurruinn i 1 1 .
000, has been organized to erect a when comPIeted, the interior will excel any
-r v a,x IU 1UM.... I np FK l I I x 1 I I
na mo,.nA x. , ou mom;!, ior a summer res
abklrr C, "T" aSSiSed i.0"-a.- of Crcsson.
!. - II WICl U I'll- I flnv ac 111.. t t n
Uarv....A k v " WU1,U1WB on ena" Ot the purpose of playing a connle of amM r k..
W...",,. ru r.oens- company visited that nlace and ww,.i ball. Sn,vi- r x .
-o - wierrytree is among the possibili- UmA ; r T7 k.M' n -eryooay aown E i416c. Flour. $7$7.60
1188 ft the nM, f.,t r: , . J acruso1 grouna lor "e reasons of your ' derg. 16c. Sides. 18fai9c. Sugar cured
untinnn v . ; , , l"a,m ttUU sue 01 the proposed hotel. Summit is lUOUniaineer club for declining to accept the hams, 23c. Potatoas, $1$!.50 bbl.
C: . . uy uurgiars.... a iuiet trln vJllocro cnauenge or the enior Indcnendpnt nf I
"-Ul.Sr 1 ! . - I v UUI, ui LllU IllLTIlli.St I . . I - - "" -r mnrrrtT lin Annntmr
- aiurj, wmiO undpr t in in. ... . - 0 Johnstown tn n . a I I AIjIJ AJiJ.li; ItJWIN 1 UIJ1 J. 1
. " e-. c l-CT r, . x 1 J .
afraid of Johnstown Tnnrl ai rVAiOA-a--iPf unaeriign.
Hotel." Mr. Schroth gave a "free blow" to " ,a-iw, I'utir, Those, it will be observed, are from men of
h Urirp rrntrd nrnt and rnth nirnaio. iUlliU AVjilli AlJ(iKRS PIlTSlTT.Q I UOlC, ana Ot SUCb Standincr that th
- " " " w" l J fc JitJ- I ' , JW , V I" O " UIU3 b
BRACES and BITS, HATCHETS, -
" WJtrdOOM- iUI aUAxm.a, Hon. Geo. W. Woodward, Chief Justice of
is::tauf, 1 UUK.KT KULES, ine oupremeuourt of Pa., writes: Philadel-
JACK, SMOOTHING, FOIt PLANES, !t,.Ii0!,mSS
PANEL PLOWS, LEVELS, in diseases of the digestive organs, and of
I rrrpar iif-nanr in rn a 41. t 1 .
wH.lrnnn tovorn Pn nnr tr.,K-n nnw RASTT. RATSlYfi 4Vn AfATP'T Pf A V PQ b " . " -'-"""J, na Want
. .... "a'"ui 1 01 nervous action in the svsteni.
RAW SETS. BENCH SCiiEWS. -Yours. truly. Geo. W. Wood war'
CROSS-CUT. PANEL TMP iomp IRQ Hon. James Thompson, Judge cf the Sa-
, , , . preme t;ourt ot l'ennsylvania.
ed off pleasantly.
Mr. D. Eger has improved the exterior ap
pearance of bis hotel by several coats of
paint, and has also renovated the interior.
Mr. Elwanger ha3 al30 expended a large sum
in enlarging and otherwise improving hia
M iriinf cf An!- 1 1 . A I nn 11 wrf a n i . .. . I Vn " o A
"teon. an nlrl rB;-4 t J vumpuy, witn a capital ot . . " -orougn overhauling, and t3' "r."";"'; r
avv4 urceusDurg, S1U0.000. has bn nrMn;,.i . when completed, the interior will i riour, DDi...i.oe.w
The Athletic base ball club of PhiUdel-
Edensbprg, Aug. 19, 1869.
Reported for The Alleghanian ly V. S. Barker.
Apples, dried, lb.. 20IWheat, bu 1.60
Beans 3 00 Oats 75
Butter 25!Lard. lb.. 20 PLOWS.
, . - 1
Fish, Lake Her... 6.00
" White 11.00
' Mackerel... 10.00
Flaxseed, bu... 2.50
Beeswax, lb 35
Country Soap.... 10 SNEDS,
Hay, ton 20.C0
Slt, bbl.......'.".... 3.25,
Pittsburo, Aug. 17, 1869. .
Butter, 205c. Cheese, 13 to 16gc.
frun, ... -""""-' "'"""lucoco peaks of the Alleghan
"sZZrZr". ""'-'e by and
r- uii i.n ririr n mm . a
Fur,' --.v, iu xuungaon, on
wormng, but didn't succeed.
tlafMIrWe unders'tan it is in contem
12 7 80016 of our citizc, daring the
ics. xik air is nur
. . . r
invigorating its waters clear as crvs-
tal, and its scenery most picturesque.
ith a suitable hotel, it cannot fail to be
come one of the most renowned watering
places in the country.
, 7 iu,e me experi- Brass Band. An effort is bn- -,,.
Innmn. 1 I - "J(
choice fiT,? ,1 r ! P1.kG and t0 0r&uhQ a brass in this" place. A
"e vicinity v. 13 lm mcGUnS of citizens was held in the Court
nsin i rWW 10 IIouSQ TtJ evening last and a com-
nlin,;,.i .. plC 01 ears not ony raltteo appointed to solicit contribution
t m a 11. Un , P-C-ton-l sport, for the purchase of the necessary instru-
the The e 1 ararcdain for Dients- We understand the committee
nod wo 1 nte7n8e-,S a Prawewor- are meeting with remarkably good success
nope to sec it sucked. in collecting, and iire glad of it
ni : i irt v.rt T7...r-rt ol r n;
. 1 r nut ecu aiuninuieaiciuc uuugcuimaiuviu
Dor8e race cane off at the Johnstown tfi Est WrrJ nfhonshnrir Borono-h. front-
Race Course on Saturday week between a j ing 66 feet on High street, and extending
sorrel horse owned by Henry Gore and a I bac along Caroline street 264 to " Lloyd
sorrel mare owned by Dr. C. Emerson. The , Xt ?roPeri 18 convenienuy locaiea
race was won easily by the latter. The whole residence. The house is a two-story frame.
thing was a "blind," gotten up for ther pur- with '4 rooms on each floor, with stable and
pose of fleecing the Doctor at some future I Stable outbuildings; "The lot is in a fine
The house of Mr. Culbert, in Perkinsville,
with its contents, was destroyed by fire on
9th inst. The fire originated from defective
On Monday, A. 5 we i tier, of Conemaugh
borough, met with a serious aocident. He
was sitting on the bumper of a car, intend
ing to uncouple it from another, when the
forward car jumped the track, bringing the
state of cultivation; find has 7 bearing apple
trees oh it " -
; For terms apply to Gatharine Roberts, at
the residence .of .R.. E.iJines, in. the West
Hard of said Borough, or "lb the undersigned
at his office.'. WM. II. SECHLER, '
. May 13-tf.' " . Attorney at law.
The house and lot owned and occupied
by the subscriber, situated in the West Ward
of the Borough of Ebensburg.
Aug. 19, I8t59.-l't. D. J.'JONES.
AND IN FACT
- ANYTHING YOU WANT
Philadelphia, April 28, 1866.
I consider 'Hoofland's German Bittr
valuable medicine in case of attacks of Indi
gestion or Dyspepsia. I can certify this from
my experience of it. Yours, &c. -
From Rev. Joseph irennard. D. D.. Pnst.ii-
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 morlf-
cines, but regarding the practice as out of
my appropriate sphere,! have in all cases de
clined ; but with a clear proof in vari
ous instances, and particularly in my own
family of the use of Dr. Hoofland's German
Bitters, I depart for once from ray 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 very
beneficial to those who suffer from the above
causes. Yours, very respectfully,
"J. H. KENNARD,"
Iloofland's German Remedies are totinlf.
feited. See that the signature of C. M
JACKSON is on the 1 wrapper df .rh
bottle. All others are counterfeit-
Principal Office, and Manufactory at th
German Medicine Store, No. 631 ARCH-St.,
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
. Formerly C. M. Jacksojc Co
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle, $1 0ft
'' half dozen. 5 on
Hoofland's German Tonie, put up in quart
bottles, $1 50 per bottle, or a half dozen fm
BgS" Do not forget to examine well the ar
ticle you buy, in order .to git the gtuuine.
For Mis by all Drjjist andEtorekeene,
cverywheta. ' . -rni3.e-,