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KTTTjULY 11, 1867.
tiicAL AND PERSONAL;
vtrrlS, LOCAL AND UENERAL-
rv has already departed from his
el L r.loniD2 several convicts.
lSa ib r - . .
, . tha names of
11 enueJi fa- - - -
" -.v nmfvra.tie Countv Com-
h the next Freeman. -I
rmdidates on the Demo
of whom are
WfC i.k.. -
wy Ticket, seven
f John. ri..l1U,1vVnrT Tlrrrixtr
,ntfcd with a strawberry.
-.or that place, meaiu uigmwn
rtuerable and eitecraed townsman,
X. Storm, was. we regret to say,
J with covp uc . - "
fW - ,
aiicide in Uurjtirjgnon, a. coupiw 01
1 4-1- in
' . 1 lAVAtt0n t Vr in.
icity is suppuw.-
"Sle horws belonging to Major B.
t f this place. Lad one of its legs
V Friday morning last, by becom-
in the LrKl'e rem, l ne own
Vinrse compelled to have him shot.
Attempting to 6ubdue a fire which
Bask BallJ In the return, game of base
ball tetweeu the Mountaineer Clubf this
place and the Mountain Club of Altoona,
oiv the groan tb of the tetter on the 4th of
July, the Mountaineers were again victori
ous, beating their competitors 11 points.
The score stood:
Mountaineers, o, .l Mountain. o. v.i
C. Robert?. 1 b
F. Barker, r. f., 5 Z
A. Jones, c, 3 4
E. Dunegan, 3 b., 7 1
Q. KobinsoD, s,R 2 6
T.IIutchinson.Sb. 3 S
H. Darrach, c f 2 6
V. Barker, L. f., 1 7
W.IIatcLinaon.p. 1 6
D Caldwell, c..
QalbraitU, r. f
J. Milliken. 1 b.,
M'Donald, L f., .
W. Humes, e. a., '
Worrell, p., -M.
Howe, 3 b.,
Snyder, 1. f., -Pettit,
-ce. a man named Wm. Fenteman
Werely injuTetl by-an tsplobion of
a J that hin life w despaired of.
i. Hail, impoiterof fiaudulant Co
h, who was recently found Ruilty
'tand battery and wntenced to ix
mix'ootnent in Allegheny county,
a parJtoed by Gov. Geary, at the
UHVI -w-. j
i t countv.
t who is one on phrenohy. U of
-n flii with tha vocne lilies of
41 Aay tli KTU.t organs predomi
tho intellectual. iWoxrly the
rl their bonnets ttudcr the chins
T irecompellel,' in order to keep
u' their plsfcen, to tie than behind
f il Ta. Iw R. C.. tiamed
-r. lal attempting to cross the
fn.ntof an appmacliin tram, at
on Friday week last, tXruck his foot
iirturp piece of partially de
wai cm -f the rxih. tt iron pasinK
v f.n.t mJ inilictiim a fcjvere an4
c wound. " '
r Itnnert. voinc ladv Tcsiding near
- iine ttirce weens at .
..ich had been accidentally broken cm
e was taken in her food, and lodging
trout, caused her death in a week
Fourth of July, with Us attendant
a and cetemotiws, was tbe "Liggett
tver witnessed in Altocma. What,
:nen, uddicis. benevok-nt associa-
::zene.aud viiOorsof all cUsses, mere
y;e been ten thousand pcrsoas yxefr-
?. sokliera' monument was dedicated
Axasion. A Catholic pic-nic was Ri
sen r the town, and wai this best at
iad niotit enjoyable ever given there.
. 27 4t
- BUK8 EACH IKNIKO. -
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
Mountain, 7 0 4 11 210 0-1
Mouutain. 1 0 2 10 10 10 0
Fly catches Mountaineer, 16; Mountain,
8. Out on fouls Mountaineer, 4; Moun
tain, 14.- Home runs Mountaineer, 3j
Mountain, 1. Time of game 3 b,., 15 m.
Ummre L. L. Christy. Juniata Club of
Hollidaysburg ; Scorers Lew. Kodgera for
Mountaineer;. J. M. Erb for Mountain.
The Mountaineer Club received a chal
lenge from the Juniata Club, Hollidaysburg,
on Friday evening last, and on Saturday the
first nine of the latter Club visited this place
for the purpose of playing a match game
with' the first nine of the Club here. Dur
ing the progress of the second inuing, how
ever, the game was called, owing to the in
clemency of the weather the Mountaineers
(first) at the bat. On the one inning puyeu
the game titoott ; Mountaineer. 9;. juniaw,
; and oa the second inuing tne Mountain
eer! bad eight men In, one on third base,
and but one out, when game was called.
The resular monthly meeting of the Moun
taineer Club will be held in the Grand Jury
room, in the Court House, cn Friday even-
ing cex. -A full attendance of tne memoers
is retnt tcd. , .
McB-uca is Indiana Cocsty. An atro
cious murder was committed in Canoo town
ship, Indiana Ccunty, on Monday of hut
week. Aa old man named Nicholas Vande
vinder pome time ago divided hia property
between bis two sous-iu law. one of them
named John B. Bowers receiving tho home
farm on condition that he would provide for
the old mau during hi lifetime. Latterly
Vaodeviuder became dissatibfitd with the
treatment given him by Bowers and his fam
ily, alleging that he was persecuted and
harshly treated by them. This conviction
so preyed upon his mind that he determined
at Ut to kill B wer. and nt the time stated
provided himself with a rille, and having
loaded it, waylaid and shot his victim, tha
ball entering his leftie and killing him in
btantly. Vandevinder, after committing the
crime, repaired to the house, and packing
several articles of clothing in his saddle
baS; started, with the ride still in uis pos
. . .. .. . v.. i
session, iu luo airecun m muiaua, out w
overtaken at I'lumviile, some twenty miles
distant, where he was arrested and from
thence conveyed to Jail. Jsucn are tne lacw
as we condense tbem from last week's issue
cf the Indiana Democrat . . .. '
ins. We had the pleasure of a idiake
ith Traush. of tie Hullidaysburg
hi who visited our town on Saturday
the t.urnose cf witnessing the match
letwetn-the Jurjiataand Mountaineer
!l cluli, upon which, however, the
ucJci.'y put a damper. lie. HKe nis
in "tray and iucomparablo" as ever.
:.ior of the Register was also in town,
filled to meet him.
Juhn WKcarre. IiCDiiblicau ctnd!
Y Slserifl of Plair county, also came
ake of the Juniata, cud called upon
;U a soldier toA a reutleruan. albeit
ns to the wrons vchool of politics.
irlist friend. Getrire Storm, of Wheel-
a, with his family, is at present in our
a a visit to his parents. Ucorge is
welcome to hi old home. ;
Lrallier we also observe in town.
ku hale and handsome as ever. He
presents the heavy drug house of
4 Smith, Third street, I'hiU."
Normal Sewf h. A Normal School, td
be taught by Miss GJumtia A. Home, un
der the supervision of the County Superin
tendent, will be opened in the Public School
llouse.-flbensburg, on Monday, Juty 15th,
1367. Instructions will be given in echo
graphy. Beading, Penmanship, Mental and
Practical Arithmetic, Physical and Descrip
tive Geography, Grammar, History, Com
position, and the Theory of Teaching. "
Miss Home is a lady of thorough educa
tion and large experience in schools of this
character, and she has been selected with
special reference to her fitness as an instruct
tor of thewe designing to prepare for teaching.
This school, In addition to offering peculiar
facilities to teachers and those designing, to
become teachers, will afford au excellent op
portunity for superior instructions to omers
... r 1 1 ,Kt1. r, A
- Johnstowk, July 8, 1867.
Dear FreeMan--Uhe 91st anniversary
commemorative of the Declaration of Inde
pendence, passed off here without any ticu
sual demonstration.- - A number of pic-ntcs
were held in the various. groves. adjoining
town, and also one at Conemaugh. The
annual Catholic pic-niG was tha largest-gathering
of the kind that ever took placo in this
locality, and a quieter or more harmonious
social reunion never convened in Johnstown.
There was n,o unusual stir on our streets
during the day. or evening, and the lock-up
secured but one tenant. : : y. .
During the progress of the .pio-nio at
Conemaugh, a white man and a negro got
into aa altercation, which .resulted disas
trously for the latter, he being abused in a
most shocking manner. Another negro was
badly bsaten at tho depot here by a white
man, but as I did not hear the particulars
of the affair I have no comments to make.
On Friday still another negro was ''flattened
put" at a German . beer calooon ia Cone
maugh borough.' " -
Sku Bal was "on the wing" on the 4th.
and in company with our worthy' Sheriff,
left Ebensburg at 8 o'clock, arriving in Lo
retto an hour lateT, and after a refreshing
drink of water at the Shields' house pump
A3 the aloresaiu oaeria is Jthe owner ot a
very fast horse, and is withal an excellent
driver, we were not long reaching our desti
nation, which was a pic-nic in the neighbor
hood of St. Augustice, gotten up by -Rev.
Burns. For real old fashioned enjoyment I
would ask no better placo to co to than a
pic-nic at the "Loop," and I think the many
strangers present will bear roe out in the
assertion that a pleasanter affair-could not
transpire anywhere than was the celebration
on this occasion. . Everything went oa car
raoniously, and variety was given to the
various pleasures by hearing your eloquent
pastor, liev. K. U. Christy read the Declara
tiou which 91 years ago thrilled tho hearts,
ard kindled a fire in the bosoms of the band
assembled in Independence Square a fire
which was not quenched until . tyranny and
oppression were overcome, and the last act
in tho drama closed with the scene"AHEBi-
ca is Fuee." After a few appropriate com
ments by Father Christy, F. A. Shoemaker,
Esq.. wa3 called upon the stand and deiiv
cred an eloquent oration suitable for the oc
casion, which was received with, gicat ap-
rlause. : ,
The rapidly galbering clouds now threat
ened ram, and your correspondent Was Jam
to leave, go looking tip the Sheriff, . who was
posted in the neighborhood of a spruce beer
stand, we regretfully tore ourselves away
from this- pleasant gathering, and after a
brief bait for supper with our old friend
Callan, of the Shields House," Loretto, we
reached Ebensburs. well satisfied with bur
trip to tlie 'r Loop." ' :
. . Now to rettlm to local matters. A man
named Josenli Shorthill was last week ar
rested for alleged stealing 'of a horse from
D. Strayer. of Conemaugh township, and
after acknowledging before Justice Flattery
the fact jf taken the horse on the 15th of
June lat.: white under the influence of
liquor, and leaving him at Wilmore, be was
to-dav sent no in default of bail to answer
-S A - .
the charge of horse stealing.'
A number cf petty thefts have recently
occurred in the neighborhood of-Whisky
Spring, and r.o ejus to the perpetrator there
of could Tjo found until last week, wh5n, as
three ladies were returning late in the even
ing from town, they saw a light in house,
the occupants of which they knew were ab
sent.. Their suspicions being aroused, two
of the ladies went on. to notify their hus
bands, while the other remained on watcn.
When the men arrived the light had "been
put out, aud the depredator was passing
through the lot, and as they had their sus
picions as to who the thif- was, they con
cealed themselves iu the vicinity, and shortly
afterwards a woman whom they had long
suspected came along, having taken a cir-
. . -
Dd in ncr: TiotSEession was
informed me that it frequently got mZJ. I
inquired whether those who drank: it did not
often imbibe a like disposition to wildness,
and ho replied that that was altogether a
question of quantity. . It is exceedingly ex-
hilerating to see them drins ima oeverage.
It ( seeing) has quite a'rejuvinatmg effect on
tnose wno are waxing eiucuj. ncr
tnrnin? from the 'pen" to the daucins
ground I experienced a sweet 'obliviousness
of all that had deterred me from taking a
hand, or foot rather, in the fantastic per
formances, and in a few minutes I found
mvself as vigorously; grurrg through "the
labyrinthian windings of. the mazy daDce"
as if there was not a gray hair on my head.
I also noticed the same effect from the same
cause on several other veterans. Very pleas-'
antly did the day pats away, and when all
had got their till, they moveu aown tne mil,
past Conrad's mill, with joyous exultation,
toward Lilly's Station. jmoi one upon tne
road had too big; a load, except the horsff
that hatded the empty lager kegs and about
three cords of empty sarsaparitla and min
eral water bottle. All appeared exceedingly
well pleased, including the getter-up of the
IhrmeniaL Married, on Sunday.-June
30th. bv liev. T. llvan, Summit, Mr. Geo.
- - ... .. ... . .
Leibold and JVlrs. iilary, react 01 wicnaei
Murphy, dee'd.- At the same place, by tho
same, on Tuesday, 2d insU, Mr. John O'
Neill and Mi Kate Biglin. - All lesideata
of this township. .
Accidental. On the 4th ;nst.,as iir. John
Kelly, residing at Foot qX Four, was endeavr
onns to head a cow, he suddenly leu, h;v
ing tripped his foot upon some object, and
was so unfortunate as to break ons of his
arms. Much sympathy is felt for Mr.
as he is a very kind and obliging man. and
had the misfortune to meet with an accident
about a year ago. Mrs. Jo. Sellers, while
walking on the Pa. B. B., a few days ago.
became frightened at an approaching train,
and springing from the track, lell among
some tis. inflicting a severe injury upon one
of her arms. No bones were broken, how
ever, and she is now doing well.
Obituary. Died, at her residence In the
west end of this township, on the morning
of the 6th inst.., Mrs. . wife of Mr.
Philip Biter. Her remains were interred in
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STILL-MEAD OF ILL
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JUST RECEIVED AT
the Catholio cemetery at Wilmore yesterday.
Thk Latest and BrsT Nkws is that B.
II. Singer, who, upon his entree mto our
town, reduced the price of horse-shoeing one-
third, has determined still to lead the Tan;
and offers to work 10 per cent.-lower than
the lowest for cash, and insures satisfaction.
Persons needing tire on their wagons or car
riaeB, can save dollars by giving him their
work. "A dollar saved is a dollar gamed,"
and the way to save many of them is to. get
your blacksmithing done. with. Mr. Singer,"
at the west end cf town. . Jilr. 5i. is also sell
ing I. C. Singer's unequalled Tire and Band
Bender a machine which saves a great
amount of time and labor and bends theTire-
round and.true of which "Win. Myers,, of
Altoona, says he would not take "4100 and
do without. Any amount of testimony just
like that can be shown, but the machine .is
its own best recommendations to a mechanic
Persons, wishing to purchase should call on
or add.re- , R- H.Sisgek, Ebensburg.
Territory for sale- For terms addrsss I.
0. Sisobb. Bo 85a Altoona, Pa.:
On High. Street.
the; largest iocfi
THE BEST VARIETY !
U""AST KOTICE. Tlio ' subscri-
ber regret the neoesslly which compel .
him to leave all bis notes. b'ks, etc., inclu
ding the books of E. Ghiss & Co., np to April
1st, 1885, with a Justice for collection. Af
ter the first day of September next thin will
bo done. . t - l. L. JOUNSTCN. ?
Eberisburg. July 11, 1867. ' . :
CAUTION. Whereas my wife,
Tueeesa. has left my bed and bosrJ
without just cause or provocation, I hereby
notify all persons pot to trust or harbor her
"on my account, as I will pay no debts of her
-LAWRENCE STITZ ELBERG EH-
Carroll Tp-, July 11, 18G7.-St.
A TTTYPrriTVQ -m',TF, ArA
now. 12th JniiP. 1R7. f. A. Shopra.
ker appointed Auditor to report dtttributioa
of funds in thehands of Catharine Douberty ,
Adm'x of John Dougherty, late cf Chest tp.,
dee'd. as shown in her first and final account.
By the Court. Extract from the Record,
f seal. J JAMES GRIFFIN, Clerk,
j In pursuance of the above appointment, I
will attend to the duties thereof at my cfHca
in Ebeusburg, on Monday ,the ith day of
August next, at 1 o'clock p. jx., when and
where those interested can attend.
F. A. SHOEMAKER, Auditor.
. July 11, lSC7-3t. .
SHERIFFS SALES. By virtuo
ot a writ of Vend. Erjton. issued out cf
the Court cf Common Pleas of Cambria coun
ty, and to me directed, there will be exposed
to Public Sale, at the Court House, ia Ehens
burg, on Saturday the 27th day of July,
inst., at 1 o'cluck r. sl, tha following Esal
Estate, to wit :
AM the. tight, title and interest of John
M'Eatyre, of, in and to a piece or parctsl of
land situate in Clearfield township, Cambria
county, adjoining lands of Thomas Adams.
John Carl, and otherscontainiDg 5ty-eight
acres, more or less, about twenty-five acres
of which are cleared, having thereon erected
a one ctory log house and log burn, now iu
tha occupancy of the said John M'Entyre.
Taken into execution and to be cold at tha
suit of John H. Douglass, f"r nse" of John
Wagner. - JAMES MYERS, Sheriff. -....
Sheriff's Office, Ebensburg, July 9, 1867,
ORDINANCE of the Borough of
Carrolltown, passed at a meeting of
the Town Council, held July 6th. 1867 :L
- Sec. I.' Beit enacted by Vie Council of the
Borough of CarroUtown, and it is hereby ''en
acted by authority of the same. That from
and after the aate of this Ordinance any per
son or persons fighting within the limits of
said Borough, shall, upon conviction thereof
before the Uurgess or ' acting ' IJurgess, be
fined in a sum not less than five nor mora
than ten dollars eachrand tho costs of such
conviction.- -. . ; ,. -. ..... :
SC. 2. And be it further, enacted,, That
any person guilt!of drunkenness, disorder
ly. boisterous or unruly conduct,, or: gross
misbehavior, shall bo subject to a penalty.
upon conviction thereof before the Burgess
or acting Burgess, of not less than one dol
lar nor more than ten dollars, and the osta
of such convictior. . And any person guilty
of swearing, or using loud blasphemous or
obscene language in public, within the una-
A Rare Cbasqe. Dr. S. 3. Christy offers
for sale the fine property owned by hun,
located on Centre street, in this borough.
The property consists of a larga three story
brick building, containing fourteen commo
dious rooms, with excellant cellar," furnace
and all modern conveniences). stable out
houses, two acres of ground, fruit trees,
shrubbery, &c. It 13 beyond question one
of the most complete and desirable residen
ces in Cambria county, and will be 'sold on
fair terms, Application should be mado to.
Dr. S. S. Christy, at. this place, or to G. V.
'.Mull in, Cresson.
.ml HAV-iIfl OFMREB-HIi
isiL. We tender oar thanks to the
ttic County Convention for the com-
they paid us in making us their pre--Eccr,
as well as for the further cx
i of confidence in making us Chair-
the County Committee for the cur
We did endeavor to do our duty
rst position, and shall try to do it in
i (a-Uuib, Esq., was not a candidate
fgate to the next estate wayeuuou
ie County Convention, but was named
eai, without his knowledge or con
Cavor of Mr. Wood-
Id it ia nn more than truth to eay of
lit whilft he :a always willing to labor
f pod cause, neither his business nor
i amake him desirous of party honors.
All will be received who are sufficiently ad
vanced to enter the elates. Terms reason
able. : J- Fbasc Coxdox, Co. Supt. -
IIaeby SuoEMAXF.a says if he did drive a
,,tia th 4th fit" Julv he is none the less
IMU1U VM ww j fit.
prepared to drive business now, ami all; he
asks is a conxtaut drovo of customer?, who
will bo welcomed at all hour of day or even
in. Harrv stands iu.front of a long row
ofwell filldl shelves, and deals out merchan
dise of all descriptions with a lavish hand at
-.. mntntn Tiricts. and with a fmile of
complacency really bewitching.
Go and see.
FixsivExsABY. The glorious Fourth
pbratcd hereabouts by a pic-nic in
!'oods. in which the various Protes-
i-itbath Schools, their teachers ana
Participated.- The procession, as it
fom the church to the ground, pre
tnost phasing spectacle, and .was
i occurred to mar their enjoyment,
j5 partaking of the good thiDgs pro-
them and indulging in innocent re-
. the children returned in the even
ly pleased with Independence Day. .
I4-Railroad Accidxxts. James Ar
I jo old man sixty vears of age, was
P freight train at Boll's Mills, on
R.. on Wednesday of last week,
Pt instantly killed. ...
I "Jy morning last, Thomas Dorsey,
pending Borne masons who were em
repairing a culvert belcw Ellza
Vare, oa the bame road, was aiso
r?i i Tallin? Trnicrh irntn. and killed
He w-u, n naH-ve -f IrcUnd, tod
r-i nTWTvr.. Ebensburg has no establish
ment exclusively devoted to the 6ale of
clothing, but so long as J. M. Thompson
keeps the complete stock he does no person
of the sterner sex will have room to com
plain that he has "nothing to wear." Jim
ia at all times prepared to deck his custom
ers from "top to toe" in seasonable wearing
apparel, and makes the least possible exca
vations in their pocket-books in so doing. -
Knowledge and wisdom are diamonds
that flash along the pathway of life, and to
know that Mills & Davis' keep a handsome
Btock of merchandise, and to be wiseenough
to buy from them, are not the smallest dia
monds in- the heap, titber. ... Dry goods, dress
mwk lntVinT. notions, groceries, etc.. are
comprised in the assortment for sale at' this
.tahHshment. and all tastes can be satisfied
at the lowest prices. ; " ! I 'd ;'v'-'
fv-T tllna' through the, fingers like
watermelon seeds, travels without legs and
flics without wings, and the best place that
we know of to set it going on its journey u
at the cheap dry goods and grocery estab
lishment of V. S. Barker, on High street.
Every day brings something new to Mr.
Barker's store, thus constantly keeping his
stock up to tha full standard of excellence
and variety. .
found a number of articles which 6he had
just purloined. ... Numerous Vmysterious dis
: appearances" were thus accounted for, and
the burglarious female will doubtless be
sent where she will have time to ruminate
upon the ba l policy of purloining other peo
ple's goods.' " ' ' " ' r V" . - '
v Eight cases, were confined iu tha borough
lock-up List week, and as only five appeared
to be able to raise "three dollars and costs,"
ihfl other three, had to settle down for the
wind of 72 hours. - 'v " "
A firemen's parade came ofif -on -Wednesday
evening last. . The engine and hose car-
ria.crn A-aa tastefully decorated, and.present-
r nuite a fine appearance. On the return of
the company to their hall, occasion was taken
RoEaEBYi The store of J. .Q. Alams, at
Belsano, this county, was entered on the
night ol the 3d inst., and a quantity 01 tick
ing, mushn, prints, shoes; hosiery, udcct
a lot of letters designed for the mail, and a
number of other articles, stolen therefrom.
The supposed thief i3 describe! as about 5
xeet 10 inches high, rather lair compiecteu,
with black moustache and poatee. and hod
on a short tailed black coat, yellowish pants
and black wool hat. Twenty dollars reward
is offered-for his apprehension.
A New Fkatl-be. The "eatabUthtne it of
A first-class drug store at Loretto is certainly
an epoch in the history of the place, and
convenience to he surrounding country that
we trust will be duty appreciated, vve
commend the enterprise to the patronage
have business in-
liiU UiliiJ I iilll JJiillUilliliJ
AND MORE OF THEM !
FOR A LOMG TIIV1E I
its of said Borough, shall be subject, upon
conviction, to a like penalty.. '
Ssc. 3. On any day of publio excitement,
or on any day likely to attract large cr un-.
usual crowes or unruly persons to the Uor
ougb, the Burgess shall have full power to
appoint as. many policemen, for the preser
vation of the peace, as he aaa3- deem neces
sarysuch policemen to receive such com- -pen
sat ion as may be allowed in the discre
tion of the Burgess. And, further, any inn,
tavern or saloon keeper- making a publio
dance or ball, shall, at his request, have a
policeman stationed at such public dance or
ball, for the preservation of peace and good
order said policeman to be paid by the par
ty or parties making such dance or ball, and
to receive two dollars and fifty cents for tho
day and three dollars for each night so.eoa-
ployed.- , D. C WETZEL, Rurgesa.
L-ith o Keantiful silvpr horn I commend
1 j 1 1)1 mnim llicui ku w vv" - - - 1
1 v. 1 1 . I--- cw .Vrif. 1 of such of our readers as
Two match games of
here last week the first between the Greens
burg and Independent clubs, which resulted
in victory for the latter, the score stand
ing: Independent, 0 ; Greensburg, 29.
The second was a return game between the
irons ana laueucuucuto, iuo ;
. f. 1 . M. . - .i I
with the irons, alter a cioseiy coDits.ww
game. .' The score stood in this game Irons,
49 ; Independents, 88. -
As you apologized last week for a lack of
variety, Sku ESal must do the same this week,
as absence in pursuit of the4th, .and noD
arrival here until too late to hunt up local
items for your issue this week, must be his
excuse. - ?-''' : Setj Bal,'
: HEMLOCK, JULY 8 j 1887.'
! MS. Editor Tha Fourth ' wa3 celebrated
at this point in excellent style."" The Pic
Nic gotten up by "mine hosfpetling.of the
"Miners' Inn,", came . off splendidly. I re
paired to the grounds about the hour of 10
a. m., from which time until about 4 p. m.
the neighbors kept regularly arriving, all
with smiling countenances, and joined m the
festivities, -A bountifully furnished table in
the prove was surrounded by well, pleased
and (when they left) well fed guests, whilst
the "merry danco" and the invigorating
u-in-r were enfoved to the full extent. . My
""O - ... ..,..,-
Mor.f mn was so occupied in watcning rne
Attest J. E. Maucheb, Clerk. ju.ll-3t
OOK OUT FOR BARGAINS!
- Being desirous of retiring from busl--ness,
I offer for sale the Ebensbitrg Foundry,
2 1 1 m!1 a m .AA n lnnliilt v r nil (Vi
all the stock, manufactured and unmanufac
tured, consisting of Threshing Machines,"1
Cooking Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Plows and
Castings of various kinds." As I am deter
mined to sell, purchasers"may rely upon get
ting any or all the above named articles,
cheaper than they can be had anywhere else .
in Pennsylvania, The public are invited to
call and judge for themselves.
July 4, 18G7.-Cm. . ' E. GLASa.
A UDITOR'S NOTICE. Tito ,
tinderfci?ned Auditor, annointed bv tb
tJ - "" ' A,
nT pv Cham. Roberts ia sole agent
t.' ... r,w tha Kalficf Morton's uuequalled gold ;
UCIO - .- , ;
pe, nd c .umS - - " cartons m6nU &S on ,roa?d, thM
can oe oouub uj v.-, - - ,
? The. People's Vebdict.- No one need
suffer with the Piles. W, W. Bebee, farm
er, near Kalamazoo, Mich., says "After suf
fering intensely with Piles for thirty years.
one bottle of Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy
cured me." C. L, Glass. Janesville, V is.,
says one bottle cured him and his brother.
A, H. Kose, i'ostmaster, rem, u., says it
cured him in a few days. ' , I.'. tc v
; T-r' (s pleasant to recommend a really mer
itorious article, hence we ask those suffering
from ;Dyspepsia.-' Nervousness, or Debility,
to trv Dr. Strickland's Tunic. Dr. E. M.
Sums ordered M worth for J. C Hays. Deca
tur: Ala. T. Hart.,New York City, says "It
cured me; where can I get it for my friends?"
Thus they write from all quarters. . im.
f A Good Isvestmesit. A veTy valuable
nmnertv for a rjublic resort can be purchased
on the most satisfactory terms, by making
application to the editor of the Veeman.-
We are satisfied that no property more suit
able for the nuroosa can be purchased here
or elsewhere. '. ' " ;
; Wm. Doants, a prominent citizen oT Eiiat
ingdon, died on the 1st inst., aged 75 years.
M fdir; in Alotc.
. v.f;i a luta l.ntir T visited, at tha
,8 no so. - - rcve"rtbe!eS8 kccpg a 8licitatIon of a friend, the "pen- wnere tne
useful articles, cut Leveriieie- ; -a disneused to Ihirstv applicants,
varied assortment in the jewelry QZllleZS hy they had tokeep this
lin. which cannot be ,tHrP.d m bca.ty or . pen JJJ Jrf y kud
undc-rsold to puce. . - - ?'''"' . : ; , . -; l
' fin. Wednesday . 8d inst.. Mrs. A kka M
Noel, wife, of Samuel Noel, cf Munste
township, a;? years- , v v
Standard Dry , Goods,
SUPERB LINE OF NOTIONS,
AKD ALL OTHER GC011S
IN GREAT PROFUSION I
I YOUR FRIENDS!
tribute the fund in the hands of John' A.
Blair, Adm'r of the estate of Mary Clementa,
dec d, hereby notifies all persons interested
that he will attend to the duties of said ap;
pointrnent, at his office in -Ebeusburg, oa1
Saturday, tho 3d day of August next, at 3
o'clock p. M., when and where they rnust -present
their claims, or bo debarred frora
coming in for a share of the fund. :
GEO. W. O ATM AN Auditor :
July 4, 18S7.-3t. ' - ' . -
A UDITOR'S NOTICE. Tho
undersirrned AudrT ennr.;n)o.4 U tlm
Orphans' Court of Cambria county to report
the distribution ihe funds in the hands of
Robert II. Slater, Trustee to sell the real es
tate of Denrus Dougherty, late of Allegheny',
township, dee'd, hereby notices all peraona'
iatercp'vel that he will attendto tha duties,
of aid appointment, at Lis office ia Ebens
burg, on Friday, the 2d day of Aagustnext.
at 2 o'clock p.m., when and where they must
present their claims, , or b.e deb.vred:frcra".
com'ag V for a share of the futiuv - ' '
GEO. W. OATMAN, Auditor.--"-:
July 4, 18C7.-at. " - ' - - -' :
1. T. V. jI.CI-iURE, Sckmh
DiiHTiST. CarroUtown,: Cambria Co'
Pa, Teeth inserted on Gold, Silver, Vulcan-"
lie, Cheopiastic. S:c, ' CcJ-P'ofbtsiona) visit'
made to Cheat Springs the first week sud t
Loretto the second week of each nK nth -(am-ltovm,
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