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JULY 4, 18C7.
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OCAL AND PERSONAL
" etic. We are free to confess that
jent number of the Freeman does not
P1; jts reputation for variety and local
r t but when it" is borne m uilnd that
P??,. f.vmd it impossible to come to
lula to duties pertaining to the Coun
P?'a' 5n. and that the 4th of July ia
j. ... when relaxation of mind and body
t hoth lor a iiuio wuiiiu"! kuk
1 t,;ii oTouse all deficiencies. .
cr Fbascis' Collkgb. We had the pteas
r hnn present at the annual exhibition
..f..::nn nnTneadav. the 25th ult..
e to the readers of the Fueeiian.
The morning wore a very doubtful aspect
Lazy and unpromising. . Alternating suo-
... ri shower cave the advancing day
hcliarm of variety. It was, indeed, as
offish a morning as comu oe lraagmeu.
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ally tbe rain g"U mumpuwi, uu t,ao a
. .. r 1 stations of all concerned.
piper w - . r 7 - ,
1 wercr, tlio rai waa iu ucyrcjj uuiwi"
ed, fr Sreat('r Tart he crowd waa
.Jerroof oeiure u couiuikucuu. .meiargu
,'mon the premises, near the Monastery,
J(l been lixal upon lor ir.c ixnioiuon.
itber we repaired, ana lounu a large uum-
,r already assembled.
The eshibition room was very appropri
!y fcstooued with evergreens; ample ao
roroidiiti"n had been provided for all,
;i a platform at one side for the Rev.
We noticed upon the stand Very Rev. T.
'u!lt-n, of Pittsburgh, Kevs. warci, rne:an
jolliers, of the same city, Kev. Mitchell,
. Manchester, aud Rev. Pollard, of Lir-
i;fliani.(oiir former beloved pastors.; Kev.
Jv. at lluntsville. Ala., Rjy. Walsh, of
gar Cretk, ltev. Hackttt, of Wilmure,
Christy, of Ebcnsburg, Rev. Bums, of
August i"nt. Rev?. Ryan aud Murphy, of
T-ciir. Rev. "J'uf i f Alttona, Rev. i-'ar-
3, of Tyrone, Rev. Unghes. of Dudley, and
wrsuot rccol!ectcJ. The venerable pas-
rof Lretto, Mr. Reynolds, appeared
; the platibrin, atul was congratulated ou
couvalescing from hia recent dangerous
After the opening chorus from Ilernani,
,eSaluttory wus delivered by Master J.
'. JIarley, and was a tru!y creditable tfibrt.
ilLtan interval, during which sweet music
a d':8ccur.vtd by the orchestra, the tragedy
f "GiMrge Bainwi'ir' was intioduced, aud
iii!e all tle th-amati jHrsbiuc as well eus-
ncJ, we hii'st awani the palm to blaster
. McNamee, in the cli3racter of Mil wood,
bo ceitaiuly exhibited tragic powers of a
ry high order. . '
A Duett was next -erfurtiicd, after which
,vcrj w!l written esay on .Education wta"
1 by Master J. 1. Rourke. Then follow
.1 1 chorus from the Italian, the rendering
tf hich broJjiit "down the house, or the
ratLcr. .' . -
A very cicditabn ildresys 011 the sul.jjct
;"iloiiastio institnrioiis" was tlehvered by
lister R. I. 0?Ctuner, hhowing a depth of
yuglit f;ir beyond the j eara of the young
vii the fl'rce, "Tir Him 'Out," was the
mj feature of the occasion, -and while
Kters Anderson, Dempsy, lioyd and Mc
illo3gh all We tbeir respective chArafcter8
thrnnch spirit, t-tiil M'A'araee-, iu 'Rle-.
nt Rovleaf," was the maiu attraction.
After the farce was over, the Baledictory,
Vcrv chasfc and teAtitiful urodut'nn by
i.Sclitnakcr,cUed the exhibition, when
jyJoV. T. Mullen, of Pittsburgh, in an
utfmporarrroTTa ' address, tull jot classic
oughts and practical suggestions, respond-
I to the c tori eg address.
ChiHren." parent?, Tiieuds and spectators
re all ddihti id at the success of the ex
Htioc, and tht. Very pious and zealous
rofessor at tire t-ad of the i'nstitution, as
ell as the good- ilrothers who have th6
hool in charge, ' were to some extent re
idcd for their ardefotra tabors by the
audits of all in attendane'e.
After the ceremonies were xrlosed a Rien-
i'l dinner was spread "at the Monastery,
litre the good things of the season were
vtaken of by the numerbu.3 clergy and
isiiors, after which all departed for tht ic
ppective homes, well pleased with the lu
re prospects of the College of St. Francis.
EDrromiJTiEa, Local and Gexehal. !
The Evansville "Sentinel on the Border"
has been removed t6 Kiles City, Michigan.
Our yoncg friend, Ed. James, is local
editor of the Cardington (M'arion Co., Ohio,
Our former townsman, Col. R. A. 3ICoy
and his estimable lady, were in town last
week the guests of A. C. Mulliri, Esq.
A grey eagle was" shot bear the village "of
Fostoria, Blair county, recently, which meas
ured seven feet from tip to tip of wingai
On the 2 2d of June the body of an un
known man was found Ifanging by the neck,
on the bank of the Monongahela in Fayette
The Rump Congress is to meet again du
ring the prebent month to tha great burden
of the taxpayers and the general disgrace of
A valuable bay horse belonging to Joseph
Klingensraith, "vas stolen from a pasture
field about one mil 3 west of Greensburg, one
night recently. :
Judge Taylor; who should have been nomi
nated for the Supreme Court by the radical
Convention, received only nine Votes in that
body. Somebody sold him. .
: MonoghaD, the man who wrecked the
passenger train oivthe Pennsylvania Rail
road near Latrobe on 7 the ?th April, has
been adjudged Insane and sent to an asylum.
Mrs. Mary Taagart Slagle, Tate Miss Mary
Taggart, of tlollidaysburg, died at This
burgh recently. , She was an accomplished
and amiable lady beloved by all who knew
; John Scott, Esq., was President of the
radical Convention and made a speech.
Our friend gets empty honors, but is too hon
est to get a position cf proSt to himselfi or
usefulness to the people.
A drunken beast at Latrobe, named Davis,
stabbed an old gentleman, Mr. M'Cartney,
the other day, so thit his life was jeopard
ized. Jealousy was the ostensible, drunks
enncss the real, tause.
John Gilchrist, of Ludwick, Westmore
land county, was struck by a freight engine
near that place, not long Bince, and thrown
over an embankment. One of his arms was
broken and bhonlder and elbow dislocated.
A ycung lad named Thomas Fitzpatrick
fell into a larjre swill-tub, at Moore's still
house, in Westmoreland county, on the 18th,
and was so severely Fcalded by the boiling
liquid it contained that he died iu about four
hours after the accident. '
Owinn to a press of oilier business that
could not be evaded or postponed, we have
found it impossible thus far to peep between
the covers, much less review, Mr. Elder's
volume of poems, "My Gift." . Hope to be
able tc do so in our next.
The family rf Uimel Uuser, who was
hanged in litis place a year ago, is a com
plete wreck. Mrs. Buser is a maniac at
DixmoflU A son is an inmate of the Coun
ty Toor House, and is also subject to fits of
insanity. The Pittsburgh paiers announce
that last week this sou, in a fit of insanity,
escaped from the Poor House, but was after
wards captured and sent back. So says
The horse taken "up by John Nagle en
last Saturday week, says the Indiana Demo
arat, was claimed on Monday last by Mr.
John R. Hoover, who resides near" Martins
burg, Blair county. The horse was stolen
from his pastuio lot on the night of the 13th
inst., by a scoundrel named Jesse Slick of
Bedford county, who passed himself off as a
soldier. Slick is a small man in size, with
a light mustache, and one arm off above the
elbow. It is a great pity that he should
Johkstwx, Jcly. 1, 1867.
Dear Freeman A negro about 18 Tears
of named Marthall Lindsay! made a
dastardly and diabolical attempt to outrage
the person of a married lady residing in this
town, on Monday last. This lady had been
otit to visit her parents, who- reside a few
miles south of town, and on her return:
when within about a mile of this place, the
negro Lindsay jumped from behind a fence,
wun nis person exposed, and cave chase to
the alarmed woman. Fear lent winrs to
her flight and she succeeded in xeachins a
neighboring house, thus escaping from the
lecherous villain. Upon her arrival in town
she made Information against the negro, who
was immediately arrested, and after a. hear
ing, commuted to ml to answer for attempt
ed rape. This interesting "smoked yankee"
belongs to "a family who resided for some
time near Whickv Springs, and whose pater
nal progenitor set him a very moral example
by keeping a colored mistress in the same
house with his lawful wife. Their frequent
family jars induced several of the neighbors
to wait on them with the information that
their domestic broils were becoming a
source of annoyance, and that they would
generously allow them twenty-four hours to
dispense with the extra wench or leave the
neighborhood, I presume the ties of affeo
tion, &c, were too strong between the colored
frail one and Lindsay, Sr., for within the
time specified they took their departure and
moved to town. Since then Lindsay, Jr.,
has been trying his hand as above stated. ;
A little son of Mr. P. Shanahan, whilst
playing, one day last week, on the Woodvale
bridge with several youthful companions,
accidently fell off Dto ;the river, severely
fracturing his arm. The broken bone was
Harvest Home. When the harvest is
r Rev. Mr. Christy of this place has en
-4gcd to provide the young and old' with a
Hiple of days of real true recreation and
ausement in shape of a Harvest Home, at
Mcli time three valuable articles will be
tawn bv chances, viz: The celebrated little
le, a first class American watch, and a
'"arwior black silk dress. An opportunity
i!l le afforded to invest in tho above arti
les from this time until the third day of
pteiber, which has been fixed upon as
'Us opening day of the lestivai. Ample ar
iflgemcnts will be made to render the occa
joon of interest and pleasant recreation,
Al while all participants will have full
fportunlty -for enjoyiug themselves, the
jment will Ik heightened by tho knowl-
S;e that a good cause will be aided by this
sttresling and commendable festival.
Raj. RoAb Ixcidekt. Through, the po
liteness of Samuel Craig. Esq., wo are put
in possession of thefollowing: "On the 26th
June our place was thrown into some ex
citement in this wise : It appears that par
ties on the cars between Oresson and Gallit
zin obtaiued 900 from an oM gentleman,
and at Gallitzin attempted to escape with
their booty. The alarm was soon raised
that the money had been stolen from him.
Dr. S. S. Christy, with others, made chase,
and after a considerable heat overhauled two
men and obtained the money from them.
They were brought before Esq. Craig, and it
appearing from the statement of Dr. Christy
that one of tbe men gave up the money,
and the old man stating that he loaned the
money in good faith, that he was to get it
again at Altoonaand that the parties did
not really steal it, uo further proceedings
were taken in the matter. So the old man,
having got his money through the assistance
of Dr.. Christy, the parties treated each other
,nd went on their way rejoicing the one
that he had got his money, the others, no
doubt, that they had escaped prosecution."
set and the little fellow ia doing well.
Four pic-nics came off in this vicinity on
Saturday last, and brisk engagements took
place at three of them. Everything passed
off very pleasantly at the I. Bl B. Co.'s pic
nic until just about five o'clock,, when a
young man approached two others who were
talking over private affairs, and told them
he didn't wish auy more of that talk ; an
swer was given that "they were able to take
care of their own affairs, and didn't wish a
snob to dictate to them." The young man's
dignity couldn't stand the appellation of
''snob,'.' and having a large whip in his hand
he immediately struck a murderous blow at
due of the parties, striking him across the
neck and knocking him insensible. Infor
mation of assault and battery, with intenl
to kill, was made against him, and he was
hiild in the sum of 600 bail to answer the
charge. I did not get an official -report of
the other battles, but understand that uo
one was seriously injured. -
Although last Saturday was pay daj'.and
quite a number cf inebriates were dodging
7iouud, only four were placed in durance
vile. The caged quartette were permitted
to walk forth the next morning, after making
a deposit of three dollars each in the acting
Council failed, to elect a Burgess on
Tuesday last, tho vote standing; Kopelin,
6 ; V. II. Rose, 4; and the rest scattering.
Alter a stormy session, slightly participated
in by outsiders, Council incontinently ad
journed to try it again next meeting.'
Two excellent concerts came off Friday
and Saturday nights-of last "week, in the M.
E Church. -Miss Luchardt and. Miss Craw
ford of this place, and Miss Scriba, an ama
tuer opera singer of Pittsburgh, were the
principal performers. A strawberry festival
was held in connection with the concert,
and as both exhibitions were well patronized,
a large sum was doubtless realized. .
. Tire work of demolition on the old Com
pany store buildings has been commenced.
The dry goods now occupy one of the hand
somely finished rooms in the new building,
and the- gTOcery department, &c.', will be
Immediately removed to the commodious
rooms assigned them. I would like to give
your readers a description of this mammoth
store building, but irom its. immensity 1
fear I would have to drop the subject, as
my friend "Mack" elegantly observes, like
a hot turnip-.
The pier and abutments for the new
Woodvale car bridge are anDroachinir com
pletion, Thebridgeis being built by a Pitts
burs firm, and will be erected as soon as the
masons finish the stone work. I understand
the new structure will be used only as a car
bridge for the accommodation of the CI. Co.
The Westmoreland B. B. Clab of Greens
burg will pUy the Independent, of . this
place, a match game on the grounds cf the
latter, on Friday next. bxu UAL.
ia. ee Closed. The following named
rchantj and business men of Ebensburg
e mutually agreed to keep their respective
"'"aces of business closed throughout to-day,
jjJj Rh : A. A. Barker, V. S.- Barker. J.
Thompson, R. J. Lloyd, n. A. Shoe
Aer & Co., Andy M'Guire, C. T. Roberts,
ttooerts, Gey. Huntley, Lloyd & Co., J.
J-Thomas, John O. Evans, Jos. Zolner, Jr.
A Masterpiece. One of the finest works
of art in its way that onr county can boast.
has recently been set up in the grave yard
at St. Augustiire by Mr. James Wilkinson.
of Loretto. We are assured that it is one
of bis best efforts,' although but a simple
tombstone, aud can well conceive that it is
a fine piece of work, as Mr. Wilkinson has
no superior, wo veaturo to say, as a manu
facturer or monuments, tombstones, &c-,
any where in the country. The work he has
put up throughout the county is evidence
sufficient of this fact, and no one who needs
anything in tho marble line can do better
than patronize him.
and deem the author beneath the natice of
the soldiers of the lata war."
The Colonel breathed easier after he had
1 thia load off his stomach, and his colleagues
all felt that they were out of danger. I
think the Colonel must have been contem
plating his own character, in a mirror,
as it were, when he drew up that resolution,
as it is certainly a most striking pen picture
of the illustrious author. To call a man a
liar without one scintilla of proof, 13 cer
tainly characteristic of a 'Hrooly loil" kwi.
"And a coward !". Oh, dear, how refresh
ing, in this hot weather, to be called a
coward by the brave fellows who, through
fear (of the draft), went to tbe army. "And
unworthy the notice of a Soldier!" Oh,
pshaw. Colonel, yon dont say so ! You aia
only playing your pranks now-only jesting.
I can't conceive that it would be any special
honor to associate with the gentleman I
beg your pardon the being who drew the
picture'of himself in the resolution above
given. . -: ; " " - ' ; ' " -' '
What, I pray, was there in my letter of
the 10th at which any true soldier could
take offence t Certainly not because I used
the classic language of that renowned Gen
eral of seventy battles on paper Gov.
Geary,' when I spoke of some of the soldiers
engaged- in the monument rebellion as
"stewards, chaplains, army . contractors,"
&c. j and most assuredly not when I said
that maoy of them' were as brave soldiers as
ever went to battle. Iu both cases I cx
pressed my own convictions and the convic
10ns of nine-tenths of this community, and
no soldier worthy of the name will deny it.
I was sorry to see the name of a certain
Captain appended to that resolution, because
he alleged, in presence of the writer of this
article, that there was nothing in my com
munication that any trne soldier could object
to. He ought to define his position, and not
be one thing one day and another the next.
But I defy the whole "caboodle" to prove
the assertions they have made.
I will now pay my respects, in very few
words, ta communication in the Pittsburgh
Commercial of the 20th inst , signed "M,"
which, I presume, is the initials of the wri
ters true name Mule. "M" starts out by
faying that ho speaks in the name of 1400
'boys in blue." What a Zie-kely story ! If
he had substractcd 1894 from the number
he would have approximated nearer the
truth, ne further says that It was Prof.
Miller who first originated the idea of build
ing a monument. That may be true, but
when he says tho Professor is a staunch Re
publican he lies under a mistake. , The
Professor is uo party man, and votes as often
with the Democrats as with the Republi
cans, and hence tbe idea cf building a monu
ment did not origiuate with the Republican
parlv, or a member, strictly speaking, of
thatparty. This "M"(nle) still further as
serts that UT. I. M." insinuates that there
is not one soldier in twenty who can show
an honorable discharge. This is another
Zi'e-kely story. I neither said nor insinuated
any tbiog of tbe kind, lie also says that
those who have not honorable discharges
belong to that -defunct convocation, the
Democratic party ., How. do you like that.
tci lie "boy s in blue," coming as itdoesfrom
a special friend and defender? He also
charges that "T. I. M." called all the "boys
in bine ' bummers, hospital stewards, &c,
This is an unqualified and malicious mis
take, and nobody but a "M"(ule) would be
guilty of so gross a perversion. I'll bet.
however: my old straw hat against a peeled
potato that if U" examines bis discharge
papers he will find the "dis" written in
capital letters. But I have wasted enough
ink on this "M'Yule), and all that.necd fur
ther be said of him 13 that ..
Ha 'heaved and pitched j and pitched and
; And up his rudder flung,
And the more he pitched arid heaved.
. The greater lie ne spun.
Yours, &&, T, I. M.
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STILL AHEAD OF ILL
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JUST RECEIVED AT
tffiiX T.'F. M,CLURE, Sckgeos .
Dentist, Carroiltown, Cambria Co.,
ra. Teet h Inserted on Gld, Silver. Wcaa
Itc, Cheoplastic. &c. SJ-Proilssicnal tUta
made to Chest Spring the first wet-k and to
Loretto the second week of each month.
Carroltown, July 4, lSGT.-Gm.!"3 '
ters Testamentary having be n granted
by the Register cf Cambria county to the
undersigned, on the estate cf Jerome A.
Buck, late of Carroll township, dee'd, all.
persons having claims against snid estate
will pleas 3 present them properly authenti
cated for settlement, and these iudebted to
the same will make payment without delay.
. - JOHN FLICK, I rsecujcr3
JOHN BUCK. eu-ow. J
Carrolitown, July 4;18S7.-Ct. -
A; UDITOB'S NOTICE. Tha
undersigned Auditor, appointed by tbe
Orphans' Court of Cambria county, to report
the distribution of the funds in the hands of
Robert H. Singer, Trustee to tell the real es
tate of Dennis Dougherty, late of Alegheny
township, dee'd, hereby notiSes all persons
interested that be will attend to the duties
of said appointment, at his office in Rbecs
burg, on Friday, the 2d day of August next,
at 2 o'clock p.m., when and where they must
present their claims, or be debarred from
coming in for a share of the fund.
GEO. W. OATMAN, Auditor, s
July 4, 1867,-St. . .
A UDITOR'S NOTICE. The
undersigned Auditor, appointed by the
Orphans Court of Cambria county to dis
tribute the fund In the bands of John A.
Blair, Adm'r of the estate of Mary Clemeats,
dee'd, hereby notifies all persons interested
that he wtll attend to tbe. duties of said ap
pointment, at his office in Ebcnsburg, on
Saturday, the" dd day of August next, at 2
o'clock r. M., when and where they must-
present their claims, or be debarred from
coming in for a share of the fund.
GEO. W. OATMAN, Auditor.
July 4, 1867-St.
On High Street.
m LARGEST STOCK !
THE BEST VARIETY I
THE GREATEST BARGAINS
AUD MORE 0F.THEMI
THAH HAVE BIEH fiFHIEID HIRE
J OOK OUT FOR BARGAINS!
Being desirous of retiring from busi
ness, I offer for sale the Ebcnsburg Foundry,
with all its appurtenances, including all the
real and personal property thereto belong
ing, the engine, patterns, flasks, &c Also,
all the stock, manufactured and unmanufac
tured, consisting of Threshing Machines,
Cooking Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Plows and
Castings of various kinds. As I am deter
mined to sell, purchasets'may rely upon get-
ting any or all the above named articles
cheaper than they can be had any where else
in Pennsylvania The public are invited to
call and judge for themselves. -
July 4, 18G7.-6m. E. GLASS. :
T 1 V
afternoon. Quite a large delegation
dmirer8 of the national eame will accom
the Mountaineer boys from this place,
ltuesa th on mn anA Ef V mnntr rffir
Altoona offers on this occasion..
C return fflm r,f Kasfl ball between the
wji&ta cmb ot Altoona and the iiouns- customers can continue to call and get
(fncer cM of this place, will be played on gains in drv goods, dress goods, notions,
Tns Globiocs Fptram is not to be com
memorated in our town by any general cele
bration, antWery many of onr people dc.-ign
going clsevi uere to enjoy the festivities of the
occasion. Our friend James Thompson, in
common with a majority of the merchants
here, will "close shop" on that day, but on
Friday down will come the shutters, and
to Jim's stock, and all tastes can now be
gratified at unusually low prices.
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A nlt. ..11-1 s ...I i . I
-; uauic uorse Deiongmg m me csiaio Mills & Davis, on llih street,
; ."JCisUloascr, ute of Carroll t-y.vnslup, i w;n kq, a fuU and unsurp
decd xvas 2" by a a 1 shades, texture. and. nualiti
"Ji smce, aud killed. ' endleJt, varieiv.
; Still Open. There is still a fine open
ing for the advantageous investment of spare
stamps" at the cheap mercantile mart 01 ;
whera buyers 1
assod line of alt
cs of good.?, in
ALtOOKA, JtTKE 24, 1807.
Friend Mac I had no idea, when . I
penned my letter to you.of the 10th inst.,
that it would have the effect of stilng "Up
such a nest of hornets as arg now on tho
wicgand buzzing abci in all directions.
My candid statement of facts seems to have
fallen like a. bombshell among the guilty,
rebellions spirits who we're endeavoring to
mar the harmony and good feeling which all
should wish to characterize the celebration
of the coming Fourth, and as a consequence
"T. I. M." ha3 came in for a good share of
denunciation and misrepresentation. In the
coTjniunieaiion referred to I endeavored to
give a fair and truthful statement of the sit
uation of affairs at that time, and took1 oc
casion to condemn the efforts a Yettf were
making, in opposition to the will and wishes
of many soldiers and citizens .in regard to
the dedication of tho soldiers' monument,
and I appeal to every candid man, be he a
soldier or a citizen, whether I did not state
the truth,' the whole truth, and nothing but
the truth. But the communication in ques
tion wa3 no sooner read by these "trooly
loii" boys than they had flaming posters,
signed by a worthy captain, put up on every
corner, announcing that there were, traitors
in the camp, and calling on the faithful to
assemble immediately, if not sooner, at their
headquarters, fully equipped, &c. At the
time specified a motley crowd of malcontents,
with indignant rage pictured on 'their feat
ures, assembled at the derignated place, and
after sitting for a time in deep meditatoin,
a Colonel by brevet and a bravado by nature
arose as majestic as a goose, and after a few
forcible remarks, offered the following reso
lution : . . -
"Resolved, That iu tho article published'in
the Cambria Freeman of the lth tn-;t. wo
ico the picture of a liar, coward and traitor,
the app-oach of coming day, no storm so fu-1 YO K A LU IMG TlUl I
nous as to hinder the return 01 warm sun
shine, nor no potket-book so deficient of
greenbacks as to preclude the possibility of
buying at the cheap cash store cr 11. A.
Shoemaker & Co.. where special induce
ments in ftock and prices are now attract
ing general attention. , Hariy is not to be ;
in r-raa Mr curnacooil in AokIt-ci n nloasp I' il!r A t Fl rnrvH n
Let the family table be always a meeting
place of plasantness, affection and peace, as
it cannot well fail to be if the man of the
house buys the things to put on it'fotQ Y,
Si Barker, on High 6treef -who keeps a
cborcetock of fresh rcWies and provisions
in'connect' with one of the best and cheap
est assortments of .general merchandise this
market affords. No :6ne who desires to
practice economy should fail to visit Mr.
Barker's establishment. -
LORETTO DRUG STORE.
Now on hand, a large and well selected ,
.. - .. : stock of fresh - -:
DRUGS ASMD IVIEDICISS,
Paints, Oils aud Tarnlsci, -
Pur3 end UEa.2altcrted
- for medicinal purposes.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Wall Paper and Window Shades, b ljUi
LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS, !
BURNERS AND WICKS,. ;
And a good article of Resisted PetsoLech
Also, & large supply of
Wtitt Ia4 Pntty, Window (Qtait c '
ALWAYS OS fiASP, .
PERFUMERY & TOILET ABTIGLES,
HAIR, NAIL AND TOOTH GRtiSHES,'
Combs, Toilet and Tooti Preparations,
LUBIN'S 'AND PHALON'3 EXTRACTS,
Soaps, Fancy CocCs, &c, .
L FULL LIITS OF STS.TIOIJBIIT.
As tav medicines are warranted of a pura.
quality, I am prepared to fill Prescriptions-'
witu accuracy mui a.isjxiic1, si an noun oi ,
the day or night. Open on Sunday for tho
sale of medicines. . A. J. CHRISTY.
Loretto. June 27, !S67.-3m
( "A Thiso of Beauty is a joy forever,"
and if there is anything to surpass in beauty
the fine stock of jewelry and fancy goods
that C. T. Roberts cow offers for the inspec
tion and purchase of the public, ve confess
we have failed, to see it. If you would be
convinced of this fact step in and examine
his assortment. Goods shown with pleasure
and sold at reasonable prices.
At Latrobe. Pa., on the 25th ult., by Rev.
J. Kearney, Mr. Jons M'Bkide, pf Monas
tery Hill, and Miss Kate M'Gough, cf the
So it seems that with Kate 'twas easy enough,
Bv retamins the Mac. to dispense with the
Since 'twas her ambition, as well as her pride,
To consent to become John's dear little (Mac)
Bride. - -
And don't it seem strange, ia this wedding
That the two Macs and two Brides make but
- one pair :
But more odd still it is, in law or in fun.
That of the whole party there is but the one,
Now hoping that John and bis dear little wifo
May happily glide down tho smooth stream
' of lite,
And that onco in a while, or as often as maybe,
She will inako him a present of a plump
. I remain theirs,
Standard Dry 'Q
iPERB LIB OF NOTIONS,
AND ALL OTIIEtt GOODS
IN GREAT PROFUSION !
mm end mm
AND TELL ALL
f AND FOR SALE. The under-
signed offers for sale, on the most rea
sonable terms, her tract of land situated in
Chest township, Cambria county, within two '
mues oi ot. Angusiice, containing twistt- ,
ive acres, about "20 of which are cleared?,
with goexi House and Darn thereon erected:,. -an
orchard and hever-failhsg spring of excel- -lent
water.: ; Tho land is productive, in good" "
repair and pnder good fence. . A perfect ti
tle will be given. Icquire on the premises,
or of Mr. John Douglass or Mr. J. J. Burns
June 27, 18S7.-3t.
CAUTION. Ilaying purcliacd
at Constable Sale (suits of Warrington
Douglass vs. Lucas Moyer and E. & H. Nut
ter vs. Lucas Moyer) one Bay Hare and one
Cow, and left the same ia possession cf raid
Lucas Moyer, I hereby caution all persons
against disturbing or in any way interfering -with
said property, as it is subject to my
order and disposal. JOSEPH MOYER. . : n.
St. Angastine, June 27, 18G73t. -
"kTOTICE.- All persons knowing "
themselves indebted to roe by note or
book account of over six months standing,
are requested to pay.up within thirty days
of this date, or they will find their accounts
in the hands of an cfScer for immediate col
lection. A strict compliance with this notice
will save costs. GEO. HUNTLEY,
Ebensbnrg, June 20, 1867.
T AM ESC O N N O R V
' " TJEALER IN
FLOUR, BACON, FISH AND SALT,
. No. 335 Liberty street,
June 27, 1867. PITTSBURGH. FA.
npilE RISING SUN bTOVE POL
I3H. For beauty of po'isb, saving of
labor snd'cheapness.this preparation i tru
ly nurivaUed. . Buy no crier. Ftff file by
" June 13, 1867. GLO HUNTLEY.
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