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May 10, 18G7.
KET70t OF THE WEEK.
A, woman got oft the ears i New
ark, Wayne county, Monday morning,
End p'.r.ded poverty to thesunver cf a stage
i ui-mess Matters nouisiaicyersMny- . Greelevsays the man who pays more
tsiadns-r-Hachines. : ;., f. t(, ,!.. a Ae,t'xnnrT don't I t h?.t fdace. and tnteouslv asked him ta
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carry ner to tne village, one naa a nun-
-dl-wbich fell-wHIa-ha was. putting it.up
H. A. McPIKE ---""-
; ' Editor.
V ; ' 'Publish
know his business.
fshcp'TJaVieile, of" the '
Since the Democratic Party came into
powerr its opponents - fought it under a
great variety cfibsnncrs. .From the elec
tion oe!Tcrscn-in ieoinintil 'after the
. -1 still loiter in this beautiful city. A. Being qhurch,-dled on Saturday, May 11th, at
a' stranger aadurripersrnosg them; 1 jj-rHQwnl - ' '' - -C r 1 ; ?
am but little noticed. They do not seem to . 'tV u I
been indicted for playing the gay Lothario
tvith-thirty-thrce ladies of (he vicinity..
Thirty-four divorces have jnst been
realize the fact that ?'a chiefs among them
takin notes.' I left off in my last with the
fashions I shall open the present w-th-
Market street has been decidedly"c!ull du
ring tne present season, ana tne large
granted" in Massachusetts." Disunion
yrays Tvas preraleat ia that section -
A mkn Is on trial in Detroifcfor the se-
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I .v., I -m T ir-fa ri-r nntrrit rpo,.vpt(1 Ifwri ina I m .it i r . t
4.'buv.twfco, v,. .-. xreasury.. a aumn,.wnai seems to. ue a , ' i" - .
,. -,,:.- i.ir.iiJ...- Li2:r U-Suwh.uv:; A Cincinnati. paper.$ays adi
TT( . .,, -. . , ...... j .; r'.r! r, '(-.....f. i..iai.n i..,f-:j-t i T.t I fill anartera show that-tna recent
houses complain of a great falling off in bnsi
ness. This is variously accounted for. Some
cainpahrn-of 1824, they foaght it consist-1 say-the meeting of the. XL.-Cc tigress, with.1 duction.of hia.wife. after bavins been di
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cntlvitmd psreiitently -undst the f name of us impeaenmenu scnemes. aeranga monetary Torced from, her and married to. another
; T J . . .1 matters omSM&iner thfi Rearetitrr-jBf "tha I ri' -j . -.-if . t . r
j i ro-riTnsin . -
assumed vthe camo :pf;Iat?.pn.l Jepubh-;t viltagg,
-rt Votq ' u i;oV U Ti,-,i; i to DC a iormiua&ie nvai.oi rmiaaeipnia.
mwoy(,.nu1 . , vuv;. . thfi latter citV is vovAAeiMyv fe'-mnr
liberal -po! icy th an -' now . prevails- Bn t a
truce to business. ; I am in pursuit of pleas-c
' Tire, and where shall l.Ap.d.it.iC not .at thei ;
t , .. ; hoteib.,.. r.. ,
j "-" Stepped intp the Oontinentali and admired
its auKS prcrporuoxia. , in 113. size-
so compors nersta as a puritan t. nswuaT) uu uicuayie uav Tra otJ1i f!hriBHmiT Kvri ;
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lorxne Deneut.cL cer;rivais, jsew.l w.vuo iruji.!( 4 - , , .u v. TT?f.!RtQtna v..
y. . , - ..iviwij ;;.. .-,..- IOtrtT hQQC(lVl hifl hfAthf I
thainam, feaveace; to e;AhU- ffi'SrSliE . lQ for-
eTartv. -Thia'partv' survived until more is looming up and bids fair fere long I nwu:.wp.; r
tm-4ot the parties. v r j i . ... ;i i
ideua Stevena'uckshot .Wiari and then the.
name of Whig tvas assumed by the 'op'-'
ponects of .Democracy; 1 In J 1 iS thi3
name .was' dropped, in it3f turn, 'arid tlid
name of Free Soil Party, adopted, which,
185 was . succeeded by : the. li-now.
ran gemeuts, its appointments, it is" not ex-
ceded, perpaps, by any hotel in the cuun
ttat strikes - your
'. 7 Edmund Frasle, 'a colored boy of 13 j
shot his father dead, in Clarendoni S..C,
a . few days since, because the old man had
Scolded him for staying out ell night. . '
-Hie New; Hampshire -Statesman ' as
serts that George Peabody sawed wood at
ihe Columbian Hotel,' in Coticbrd, td pay
for a night's lodging fifty years ago." ! -; -
i -Camden, four rniles south of Itock:
apartment sacred to Laccbus4s .the largest I ; jGeorge; Winnemprc,. -on trial : last
p;;JL l " f ? 1 rf 1 week in Philadelphia for tbo murder of
rassing through this room to the left.and t'tw"' r -u .l o.i a m
indulging In a smUe as I passed the bar, I Mi Dorcas Magilton, on the 25 th April,
entered another very spacious roomwhich. "a3 been, found guilty; of murder, in the
1 was informod was the Billiard Room, nrst cecree.
Notliic2 Party.- -Thia Party, after a brief try
i-. ..t" " V. - r aH it attention is immense .platforms. ibv -whicb
ana inSipric ji career, pa up iuu , .ntali. It U somo-1 Island. ELV' was 'visited on .'Sunday, the
and oh, its 'ruins Seward built the Eepub-. what frightful"t;o view it, first .and;L am I 5th inst, with a fire which, destroyed al
lican Party j ' ' -'" . . " t informed that many ladies refuse to submit J most" the entire busindsi part bf the town.
TlibwasjtbflC EretiwcccsJ sectional boaijt -: A. better feeling u noced;by;Test-,
party known 16 our country, and its success 1 at tne nrst landing Jo Jet offtake on pas If? ppa pvmim- m e
'n i,t:- 'aLu'a seneersi aad thus proceeds np 'throush the 1 int regard to business , prospects. .
- j j , ;; . '..;- - : ' ri..- : ' I cine : stories, r The s thing is t- operated - by-1 crops are also said never to have looked
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year after. . Lincoln s election tas name ot
Republican was discarded and the Union
Party ' was : ndopted.""-. The1 Democrats
wcre'aivaT3 true 'to,' the Union, ' and ; this
epJcJou3 name carried; many of the War
Democrats into the ranks of the' Union
Vfrnotico'cow'another change Fran
. cis1' Jordan, ' the Chairman of the State
Central Committee, has ignored the word
Union, and . calls the i J2 jnillican . State
Convention to meet ' at Williamsport to
nominate a candidafa for Supreme Judge.
Since the ' radicals ' refuse ( to' restore the
Union that namot baa. been ;droppod , and
the-sectionil name of Republican ia r.gaan
adopted: v'''':;! 'v
The Radicr Convention will be com
posed of those who are opposed to the
Union of the. States,: and the old War
Democrats, who gave the Union party it3
strength and prestige are not even invited
into' its deliberations. It'. will be "purely
radical and as such will bo regarded by
a majority of the voters of Pennsylvania
on the second Tuesday of October next.
Here were alx long green tables; upon each'
table four shining balls, and a pair cf men
in their skirt-sleeves,- with, long sticks, -in
their hands, endeavoring to push ' one .all
against another. , Above the table . was a
long row of buttone strung on wire, "and.
these they would push together .with "the
stickJ' ' This ' thins seemed: to' me a. much-
safer investment than basa ball, as I under
stand that people are never .killed or wound
ed by it. IttBillarda it Is said: if a player
minds his. Q. he is hvno danger; whereas. in
Base Ball i(; a man don't mind his P'a and
Q's he may get killed or crippled. ',' i; ..
; Called . at the Girard, Merchant's aiid-
- other hotels, 'and found . them all involving
the same general ideai" Ileard of hotels on
the European plan determined to experi
ment on a house f that kmd by way of va
riety. While cogitating tn the subject ihe
"St. Charles" passed alocg and I stepped in.
Saw a great consumption of the best edibles
in the market in ;every direction, Tjut as I
was,'like the Dutchman, "more dry as'h'un
gry," 1 called for some whisky "on the Eu-
; The corner stone bf a new" Catholic
Church was laid at Woodbury MdM Sun--day.
A procession of three thousand per
sons marched from Baltimore to take parf
ia the exercises: , 'v, . - :
! Robert Folger was to have been buns
in his carriage, and broke open. Out of it
came a stockings-save tha mark "-nearly
filled with silver half-dollars and quartersl
. A Texas cotton planter imported for
ty-three monkeys for the purpose of test-
calculated that five menkeys would pick
as much as three negroes, and that one
jiegror qould'cianage ten "monkeys, f in
stead" of thathowevfcr it required ten ne
groes to manage one monkey, asd not an
ounce of cotton, was picked. , . The Jockos
are now. rusticating iri a menagerie.
; Elder Adams,-who went froni Maine
with a colony ;of. .'emigrants :to jcttle in
Jaffa, as a drunken swindler. The na
tives call him the drunken Messiah.' He
was great on 4moral ideas" hefore be left
Maine. He. was "loyal all over in 1 865
and 1856, and bow he curses and con
demns his native ' land in . his . drunken
tirades, which he calls sermons.
There is now living in 1 Lawrence
coanty, Ohio, a gentleman who separated
from his . wife, ; in Pennsylvania, many
years ago." He came to Southern Ohio,
and married a Miss P- r , .-.ef .Marietta.
After the second wife's death, a daughter
by the first marriage -brought about a
reconciliation between her father and ; her
mother, and they were remarried more
than twenty .years after' the elate of-their
I separation -the firsV, wife becoming the
tnat section viit --.j 1....
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, An Australian' paper announces the
discovery of a new speciesof liquid gum or
oiL A tract ten mile3 Equare ' has been
discovered which everywhere abounds with
bubbling .springs of gum or oil,' while all
around are vast quantities of gum' solidi
fied into the consistency of india rubber.
When exposed to" a fire thU substance,
which is light, and floats iri water, 13 said
to burn with a bright tamo, to be accom
panied by a thick smoke, .and a smell
similar to old grease. -;. , . . , r ,' ,' , .
''. Dr. J..S. Fuller,-lof Perry, 'Allen
V I i i .. -I ! I the Uilire of the Clerk cf
cf Camtrja Co- :y, ta be pregented to the.
Judges t f aid C art oa the first iIon
Junecext: " ' -
Cambria Bor Adam Kurtz, Ed w Eoe "
aiitl .TcTJ'ld j Ooaemaugh Bor Vtta
Ti.ol.as German: 1st WanTr.
Kurtz, John Fisher: Jo"a"AlwieV2d Warf
Carrolitown Bor Lawrence Schroth, Joecr h
ger ; Carroll Tp Andrew P Baker ; Etens!
burg Bor It P Lluton h Son, East "WtM
U n 1) f i ? "n FT Mathew Digman ; Johnstown Bor Etchari f
M ' L jeuy, j B M'Creigkt. Gotleib Lessiger, John
, . . . - - i f I Bending, Jos Doubt. 2d.Ward, Philip 8huV-
Isaac Crawfordr Geo Garley, John A Ekir
Westward ; Conemaugh Tp Levi Jacebr '
Gallitsia Twp Flavian llaid S "A Cric1'
A NEW AND
hise, Patrick Kelly, John Ffitz;:Wm Donlt; ?
BemegtuS Duraeh, Charles : Zimmerman, er,v?
stein, 3d Ward, .George Njllohm&n, Henry" '
Schnable," 4th iWard ; Croyle Tp Vict,
Vocrtlv: MiUville Eman'l. James. Id
j R'iley Letto Iter Phiiin Uerzeg, Joha B
' 'j Myers, Flcrlni Bingcil ; Chest Spring Boj '
Mary nAnn; Ilcivenzie, John: lIcFee!?
iiichland Tp OeoCcnrad, Jo?,Geis: TarW s
Tp David Fal.jon, Lenhard Kest ; Stimml-
tTiuetksr rMenry nugnes ; wasttngton Tr '-
Veronica A Keilly; Owen Sweeny. Vm k
Callan, Geo Wllnllia j Yoder Tp Robert .
Barclays Blachuck . . i p-r oeeph J Dunean; ,
J KATISO nC'USSLICESSS. . . '.
Ehenshurg Bor D W Conrad, W
Lorctto Bor Jamee O'Donnell ; Summit. ,
villa Bor -Christian Keieh ;!WasbingtoaTp: ,
Mark: McLnughiin : Wilmore Bor Jobs i
Schrote: CarrolltcvvnC Bor Simon Schroth,
Tlmnrxr filnrri? fVi.m hria Bor I matins K rtf.l!-
Johnstown Bar IlenryllaEsman', John A i
Stemmer, 4th WardJ -l Lj 7 I Tr :; 'f
. J ' GEO. a K. ZiAJl&V Clerk. , ; ;
Ebensbarg, May 9, 1&6T. . 7 .
Tf 1ST OF.CAUSES set down fbr trial "
.ILi at a Court, cf ComrB en Pleas of Cam- v
bria couhty, commencing:, on ilondat, th '
3d day.'of June next : ' ' . . r:
nasT week. ; ; .-
Jackson et al - va Johnston et al
Baird i. ; : 4 vs Black r
'j ' ; . vs' Price et al .
- ' w ' n " T- r - j r' county, Indiana, has:examined the ske
iq Washington, Pa, yestegay iWednta foand on thQ farm cf
day) for the murder,?f Ktert ?f. Dins- Mf . : Wiam Throshr in Nokia county.-
pore in o anuary last loe ueaa sentence &Q AUen COQjat Ud, ThQ kclet-D
was doubtless executed, - - : warfooad about four feet. under ground,
; -A yOung man n Troy, New York, below the surface txf the marsh; in which
3 building a paste-board '-shell, boat, to he ponderous I Fellow; evident, became
weigh less than' forty pounds; ' It .13 to rnired, as the skeleton was standing op.
be covered with a , water-proof chemical" Fuller says he stuck'in the mnd fully,
preparation invented by hissself.' : ; ' 0ao . hundred - years 1 ago." The Indians
C L 0 T DI M,
' Counterfeit five cent coin? are . in ac-J had a tradition that elephants once .inba-
tive circulation. " ' The die 6r matrix by I bited northern Indiana. '
which they are made is nearly perfect bat
the metal is very base, ia some instances
being not much better than lead.
-An eminent hortlcultarlst, now -de-;
MAKRiEDIn San Francisco, ' Mr. Ah
Ft to Miss Cum Ho. A China sett, ..
Tempehance. Hon.'-A. A. Barker
represented Cambria coanty in the.Altoo- ,tb0 fear, I made no legal acquaintances. The
na lemperance uonvention. - i courts . are all iu . session. jVisited one -of
i-Encotteagtsg. The Bellefonte Watch- them when they Neie trying a man for mur-
tnan obtained "119 new subscribers last
week." w It tiecms thriftier to bo a Watch
man than a Fheeman. t
: Eedfoep County. The Democracy
of Bedford hold their nominating Conven
ropean plan," when a very fine article was f ceased, was wont to' say, that whether the
sprmg were baexward or forwara, the
fourth of J uly every year found everything
in gardens and orchards all'rigbt. " '
; L A citizen of Crawford county, Penn
sylvania, who made a safe of an old stove,
had over three hundred dollars in green
backs burned up the other day by neglect
ing to remove them before making a fire.
' A Radical sheet says that Russian
America should be populated by deserters
and draft-evaders- - A Democratic sheet
objects to that project because it would
placed before me, bnt I could not taste the
difference between it and 'Old Moncnsahela.
Indeed, though theSt. Charles,.Third street
between Market and Arch, is an excellent
house, I couldn't see much difference be
tween it and other hotels. The only thing
that did take me down was a radical editor
from. up the Susqnehanna refaslng'to take
a drink of whisky. ' ; - : c . .. '
: I .thk LA WYEas.v.':-' -....;J ;;:-
! xnouen practising prettv extensive! v at
j The West has a new sensation. A
young man is m'tho habit of visiting the
large cities, and in front of somo of the
finest residences, usually where a couple
of young ladies happen to be sitting, he ia
suddenly taken with hemorrhage, the
blood flowing" copiously from - Lis mouth.
Of course he is taken in the house," where
his story is that he was in the war, has a
bullet ia his heart, has been imprisoned
and all that, 1 which of course elicits the
sympathy of the crowd, and every lady
comes down handsomely. The .fellow
recovers rapidly and decamps.
A woman 'died recently at South
Reading, Mas3.; who was well known for
her eccentric habslr'vi tho two rooms
der. He had killed an eld woman for four
dollars of money which she very imprudently J state"
iu;jb. uuuuk uvc porsoa. zorcunateiy ror -. , . .
your friends in Cambria county such accumu- Two female domesties in the Mc re
lations cf .money never occur among them vian Seminary at Bethlehem, Pa., -were
to tempt the felon to deeds of blood, i On suffocated to death on Sunday nisnt. 5tb
tion ca Tuesday the 18th of June." When the trial there were two or three judges and. inst1, by gas : which escaped from a de-
ehall the Cambria Democracy nominate I. half-a vdozen Jayers. There waa an at fective flue -passing -through their" bed
J ... tempt to prove that somebody was crazy, uamu0- r 0 .
f -SprKEMEJcj).a Aleck M'Ciure says but after hearing all the speech6s I could cn.aDer - . - , v
Jhe contest for the judicial nomination of not find out whether it was the defendant,' "A. young man in Zauesville, Ohio,
the Kad?., liC3 ; between Jucigo x-ynn, 01 or tne muraerea woman, or her husband, or wears his nair rolled op on tbe back ct
Ur. i'ancoast, er one of the lawyers. -'The his head like' a young .lady. It grovs
case has since been decided- by a verdict of JuxurianUy, and when it gets to be three
murder m the first degree.- : vj u fect long he 'sells, it-tb' hair-dressers at a
are the best -in' the world. I was told. -1 ?a Price:!
only saw cne of them, and he found gre'a't
fault with the shape f one of my limbs and
"called it ande-osls though the injury was in
the knee. '- -From this M. D. I made a Gross
calculation of the rest of the faculty. --i
;1. ' -" ' FATE5TXS. j '.v
; Much new . machinery met my eye in my
travels.' I called at the office of the "Great
American Improved .Cow Milking Macbiuo
Company." It is well adapted to .answer
result in tho making of another Radical. I and cellar occupied bylcrsclf and husband
were two' Bleigh-Ioads of pieces of iron,
Centre, and Judge Taylor, of .Hunting
Ikfoemation i Wakteix -Bernhard
Windgardncr; at Weaver's Hotel- Harris
burg, desires information of hia brother,
Julius Windgardner, a baker by trade and
tnembct of 5th Pcnn'a Cavalry, ' , .
A Good Papes The Harrisburg Fat
riot J-,rmW is always a most' welcome
'visitor to our sanctum:" It is edited with
""much ability and never fails to pour hot
shot into the camp of the radicals. We
commend it to our friends, ' :
The Reason. The Altooha Tribune is
dreadfully, down I cn the 'AHigliankm for
its anti-Sunday law article. ' The trouble
is that Senator Hall is in the article, and
I the Trilune care a ' more about him than
. any day in the week. ';' "
, IsVlsiEtx The wit. of J oh a . Brothcr
, line, B. B. cf the.. MTfiig.r He secm3 to
labor like a hcrse to be witty, but to no
. purpeco. In the language of the hymn,
r:. '.i ."ITothiog has half bis work, to do,: "
.Yet nothing's half so dull.','. ,;. ; ;
JetfepCS Davis was on Friday last
. taken froa Fcrtrc.c3 Monroe to Richmond,
i, azica TJonday w leased byJZ- UB--r"
. 1 wood ca QIC O.COO tall .to sunswer the
' .. charge cf lighireason when culled, cpon.
i ; Horace Greeley is pledged for one-fourth
a cf the tail, and Arg.-?iu3 Schell, Gea.
: Jackbn and A. Welsh for the rest the
last named rcra . Philadelphia.-', This 13
-.... eminently Ct and prepr; .The .mr-n who
r.brou-ht tbout t:.a
which she had picked up or begged and
Bevcntecn hundred pounds of paper rags
were gathered up on the premises and sold.
In assorting the rags, several quarts of cop-
per com some ot mem rare specimens-
were round, and a good handful of silver
pieces. The place was so filled with trum
pery that it was considerable labor to clear i
a place to lay her' out ia after death.
A bit of sharp practice has been
going on hot a thousand miles fromTTtica,
New ioik ; A man contracted : to pur
GOODS OR PRICES
ani Invito tho
Bell - : ; : ;
Shrivcx for use '
Ilarnberger - '
Truby - -Oowan
Crainer- - '. I
Daiky ...- '! : .'
M'Gough v. I V
: . .
King - .
Zahm" ! " '
McFeely i- '
Matrson for ufo
.more .than nzj c!
...rcbelaon.,i3 the fret to b-Il the Padr. cf
i . ihe rebels. -Jlnrrah for Greeley and Davis!
This is prebntly the end. of tho whole
tne use 01 its creation, and trora tne appeiir
ance and taste of the milk I afterwards got
I have no ; doubt it- was procured without
the agency of a cow. - - But the pregress in
Be wing Machines is still greater- They are
not only artificial, but recently . they have
also an artmeial .laay to sew on tnem. . :I
clTered to buy one of the machines, including
the lady, but though they had plenty of
machines, they were out of an: acsortment
cf ladies. 1 " afterwards learned ,that the
work done by thtsa artiScial' ladies ia' very
common,- and he ace : the daily, papers. -are
frfcquently down - oa 'the. council j for. their
'ccmm0n sewers,"'-:; 4v;;r .
. But the.maiHs closing, and jmnst close.
I start for. Washington to-morrow, when I.
expect to have a -friendly chat "with" the
President;'.! may'ta called' a3 a' witness be
fore the Judiciary Committee upon the Im
peachment question, unless Old Andy-decs
something for me. He might have had For
ney, but did not uso .tha proper means to
e scare hia, asd now Forney writes an "Oc
casional" lett'-r' against him- .But I 'must
net give 'yau-Washington nawe till I get to
Viu,h'mgtc-u.. So good bye." ' MacShaks' '
Tbss cobkeb-stcxs of a new Seminary, to
ba under- the cere cf tl
'3 ct i.erey,
was Uid with appropriate cercmaies'tn Al-
toona, ca bimday lest.
-non.' John .Bell, of Tennessee, is
now living at hia home, near the Cumber
land Iron Works, a few hours steamboat
travel below Nashville, oa the Cumber
land; river., f ,11b is, about sevchty-thrcb
years old, badly broken , down physically
and pecuniarily;- ;- r -v t. . .
The ' Boston. Fast says i "Thad Ste
vens' luggage : u One dozen ' cotton shirtt,
two pairs of flannel drawers, six pairs cf
stockings, an overcoat, arid a ton of 'cur
ses." '.Tk&Fost forgot to add two hun
dred pounds of colored' housekeeper or
whatever they call her. " . . o ; . jj :
A letter from South Carolina cays
" the famine which how threatens "ithe
land ia all over ihe land, -irid no one- re
gion can help the other.' Tho Parkers
burg,7-West Virginia, Gazelle says ' within
a short travel of that'placo people are ac
tually starving to' do a I h.- i.;,.- i ,3. ;
' , The'Caliitonia jler-cury which claim
ed 'to ba the oldest jie'wspaper : in" Great
Britain," and which fov eoma months '"past
was issued in the form cf an evening half
penny paper, 'ceased publication on April
20.. It had been in existence since 1G 02
more than twd centuries. ; j
Two nerro riots' occurred " In1 "Kich-
mond cn Saturday night. One "originated
ia r.n 'attempt to rescue a colored mafrom
the police.".. The soldiers were called upon;
rod eiditeen' rioters were captured. Dur
ing ihe evening, a marf n'am.ed r'IIay v.-ird
was" arrested "for ' maig- nn meet
' speech to the negroes.
party came m and offered the j V I
advance of Rl.500for n';
" - - - I M ET . I,
" The seller "backed water" and V '
chase a farm.. 7 The tforfeit,r was" $500.
A feV weeks subsequent to' thU "tf ansae-.
tion a third
paid .the f forfeit, when purchaser No2
'didn't want to buy." ' As the 'inan ' vvho
.received the forfeit money lias made' two
or threa thousand , dollars m that way
within a short time it is entirely safe to
concludo that the ways to make money
are as numerous as holes in a skimmer. '" .
TheTachmond Enquirer says: "Mr.
Wilson's statement that after the passagd
of the Shellabarer bill, tho reports of
vs Swires ct al
- vs Colcleeer et al .
vs Swjres v r
vs.Delange et al --.
vs;M'Hughetal . t- :i
i, vs Zimmerman .
va Duncan -' x
:V8 Barto et al :
V- vs! Butler - - , :
-. vsiPringlo .
va iSohool D Alleg'j 1 ;
-vi.Sama ... ..
! vs Same f -. . ;'
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:, va;Same r -.. ; ?-
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GEO. C- K. ZAHM, Proth'y.
Prothonatory's OfSce, May 9. 1SC7.
4 s . 1 l I If iiii
murders cffreedmen ceased, proves noth- 'k sa
ing except that the object of the, previous 7
lying .being, gained, ; the falsehoods . were 1 ,
abandoned. , .The improvement was in the
Radical report era, not the Southern " pco- j
pie.-", ..The., iTtmes adds that.'.Hho seif
ccmplaeent ;Wy ip.. which . Mr.: Wilson
described the great victories which we
won pver-.the .Confederates,' recalled the
mighty warrior's magnificent retreat from
the first battle. of Bull Run, in advance of
the first. rank which skedaddled.". '. ! -
Ix is acknowledgedby Physicians, Drug
gists, and everybody eke .'who: ever used
it, that -Dr.-Strickland's Cecnh Balsam
will cure Coughs, Colds, Asthma,. r.nJ ail
dbcas.23 cf tha Threat hnd Lur, cjuickcr
and belter than:any..c.U-er. remedy known.
wo'wouu recommcnJ our readers
it te , be
IfN THE ORPIIiiNS' COURTOJ
CAMBRIA COUNTY. Ia the
of the petition for a review of the acconw
David Shaffer, CUardlaa'of Samuel Jftcw
and Mary SliaCer minor children of Je
ShaTr, Jr.. "decM. Sept. 3d, 1808-1
and prayer granted and citation awarj
March 13th; 18G7 Answer to citation
April 6th, 1857 F. A. Shoemaker, W
appointed Auditor to hesrdec-dasndt?
upon exceptions, . 7 By the Court
la pursuance of the above appointrcesl
will attend at my .ofueo la Ebeasharg, f
Thursday tho .ECth Hay, when ' and
all parties iuterestid shall b heard.
'. " F, A.SnOEMAKi
. May 9lS37.t: '' ' : '
All persons knowing' tfcemeivw -
d to the undersigned -oa .ew1-
cr by note3 now due, ate requested w
ana settle tne same .cuner vy J rZ)
cash (which, cf course, would bo IJTI
or civing or renewing their notes.
foro tho .1st day of July next, ffrfa
date all accounts renvaJnicg unsetUW'.
left in the hands cf a proper cSct-T
s. May 2, l$67.-:(;