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,,:DAV; : : : NOV. 23, 1867.
itrt rVT" nnnn i i
s, Local and General.
. DtT iu the ELd r county jail, named
1',. TClt'. UICt cuuuiutf v uvaib UIO'
! ; ;ue in Rarne township, Indi-
was burned to the ground on
sV Veek. Supposed to have been
:3J hon.c situated about a mile from
-cui'icd ly Mr. David M'Cartney,
,u,l by tire, on Monday, 18th iust.
'f:0i;i a defective tiue.
..ui:.H t . w fek f,ir the List t i m
t. Lim, ai:d diiect the attention of
. . ? intT.-ted thereto.
.. L:iM a In! k'aycr in Hollidaysburg,
j;: n- .ik on a sc '.li'old, on Tuesday week,
. :: r ;J i-n'y gvo way, precipitating
? LT'ouud. a distance of thirty feet,
.: . 'ra severely.
"ie!!i: mr.e of Samuel Christian,
. p-j- cv svil'e, B'.air county, was totally
,L. , lv f:e. on Sunday evening, 17th
,.;e;h-r "irh a'-' bis household goods
j ,v ;r ceer.l'.'.cks.
, ,., ; .; rnnie.l Breth, while hunt
,: r:. . e ty, a few days since,
, - , ; ''.w ! e: I by I he acoidt-nt:il dis
v i':iur;: ! :n t:.f hand nf a companion.
; n ( 'tc 1 t Mir vive.
.T Ucrald .dvocates the erection
.,v c i- ' v out of porfi ins of Hunting
iTti ' i. Canibria and Blair jat
:': :i f i'Aoh to make Tyrone the cen-
,; c:V':t,i! f the new county.
: nt!''r nr. improved car ailelri lias
-.-t ! i -Mr. Wm. Iloyden, Altoona.
.. Fry. l"'s-5 ir.'-'Uhlcr at the Cambria
Vi'.'Ks has obtained a pitent for an
v ,! n.iuid f-r casting steel ingots.
, .,M v.-ffi-an tailor and clothe r, Mr.
!' pr'y. h is a f-w words to sty
.! ' ; : :!!::; -f nr ndvertising cnl
.ve ft-(LM;r tli t everybody will
! : '1 a i l t'len act upon bis st;g- J
"- .?..! P.i 7.-...T 1. the old man whom tv
.': ? .re :;fce as h.ivig been lost
v ;n 8 -is-pti-hai. !, i tv.-iishi (, rV.ed
!'. ! 't:s-'o!i Sitt.r!f.y hist. lie was
! (': .: dur county, and formerly
. ii: : rv c ve recently an'.ed nd
i !o tb IJii'itingdn i.ii' ra the
i t .-'c.T'in'' a hoi'sr from Mr. IJ"H. of
-f'-"ik. Th"7 took the anim.-.l to
i -rs. field c U""'y, where they
-U A ( one of the hotels.
:w'8l :itt-mpts wtr..' mafb' tr
. r tru;r,- (nuib" ti-.c!: cf liio
v ni t R.iilro.. 1, on Friday nigb.t.
r.s u-fd w re r:ii;s ar.d !.?3 acrcss
. Pic'vii.'ertiiiliy the obstructions
v, r,--I in time to prevent nsi.-chiof.
ii v-? ( dri vps a hack Vttwe(--j Latrote
r ' r. w;o; wi'':;ncr on th? track of
!l. 11 . it the loin; r j 'ac. on Toes-
; ,k. when he wa knocked down
: ..v.-r by the Cincinnati Ks.res..
- f ' oil' f his f-t from th- leg
1 St r,li,r-r ;n
,. :( t to 'v:trti that the dwelling house
! . Ji ob l'lii gle. sr.. M'uated iit Sum
'. rl is couiity. was entirely destroyed
-. n -veil as Mr. T.'s h:.useh-.! 1 xU,
: -'): Mi.,: or two bed.s. on Thnrlay hs'.
fire i.- said t j have been communicated
t. e -tiiv p'be-
Tl:i''.,:ia Pnvcrat s;ihtly proma
in ti !!'i'o-unce!net of ib'sarr. t of
:.; " -n, ( t Ti: '..ia-.) who killed y o.ng
i.i Cambria borough, not long
Th- d.-p.-'ruio i.s still at larg, but
: - ! :-.b .:t.s is uo secret, and our Johnb-
rrr.-r. ndent says that a paHy has
' p!.ruit. of him who are bound to
'-"0 !.;:n ih-ad or alive.
Vu;!.'' loan named John Mrers. an an-
- the Hohidavsburg Foundry, was
Uly killed, on M-mday of la&t week, iu
i;'- n. e of a heavy fia.sk or mould fall
r m ihi carriage on which it was being
: iuto the cere oven, and crushing him
- t the Mdp wall cf the oven. James
- : J u. a::othtr apprentice, was consid
irjuixd t the same time.
KiVi-ws fkom Turkey. We intimated
'-'j'ei.t wet-ks ago that thanksgiving day
i m ici ing. and that in order 1 1 ob
- ti.t. i...-,ioa propei ly we .stood in need
' y. Of course tl.i was le.-igned
i-'-.t f jr fcon?.cbody to present us with
biit time piss.sed by and the present
w - Jiite:ed upon without any person
''i aop;! i-titl y understood the hint.
' oi.fie.-s it (hd not go unheeded. About
""i-stl.-at we had made up our lnimithat
y WA-ii't a very palatable dish. Any-
a:d that we would probably live just
Z if we .ii.bi't have oue for dinner to-
' r i (lice door rpin- d and two bipeds
r' l up' n one pair ol legs one was our
'!"..:)? the uiiur was our turkey. The
v "f the Giat part had been to Shoema
i L'".'. st-i-e. HT:d our whole-souled, jrer;-
voiii.sr fr'.eod. Harry, very kindly and
if i!t iy noh. if. -d biio to convey the
yi the second part to our tlomicu.
: i :..it in it bow we come to have the
an.! heaviest gobbler for our thanks-
Z ii:mer tiat ever made hungry mor
n)oiuh water, ilariy Shoemaker did
e is the "one am ngst ten thousand
"t or less) altogether lovely," and if ho
t u'et married, or S'me other good thing
;n to him ere manv melons, you may
us Hown fjr having lied under a mis-
So take notiee, everyboly who iu-
-iJ to send the printer a turkey just in
!"idck of time." that we have an abun-
- e of the aforesaid articla for present cm--f'i
n. but if there are any of you that
t Uei easy imhssyou emulated iriend
,:'f praiei-worthy example, let us remind
l,ia the holidays are coming, and that
T":"' of that fact we will submit as grace-a-
posfiibls to any and all jokes of a
' character that may be perp-tiated upon
' Sj ni,tj it ba.
1 LOCAL CORRESPOXDEaiCE.
Johhstown, Nov. 25, 1867.
Dear Freeman The wife of our towns
man, Mr. John Urady, met with a painful
and seiiomj accident on Tuesday last. She
had started up stairs with the youngest child
in tier arms, and when about ha'f way to the
landing, she missed her footing, and falling
backwards, fractured one of her limbs just
below the knae, and also sprained her ankle.
Fortunately she succeeded in preserving the
child from injury. Medical aid was prompt
ly summoned and the broken limb properly
adjusted, but owing to the serious nature of
her injuries she i3 now lying in a critical con
dition. This is a severe affliction to Mr.
Brady's family, and it is rendered more
poignant by the fact that he himself has been
suflaring from a fractured limb ever since the
terrible accident at the stat ion in this place,
last September a year, from which he had
only sufficiently recovered to enable him to
vibit his relatives on the mountain on the
very morning of the day his wife was so se
A man named Russell, a resident of Cone
maugh station, met with an accident one day
last week, by falling from the trestle work
at that place. His head and shoulders first
came in contact with the ground, and his
injuries are of such a nature as will confine
him to bed for some time. Mr. Ii. had just
recovered from an accident received on the
railroad some months ago.
Still another individual was arrested last
week for displnying belligerent propensities
iu a beer saloon in Conemaugh borough, and
for flourishing a loaded revolver in a threat
ening manner. Complaint was entered, and
the police took him to durance on a charge
of surety of the peace. He will have a hear
There is some prospect of the outlaw
Thompson being caught soon, as a party
who were in search of him traced him to
M'Counellsburg, where, getting wind of the
pursuit, he stole a horse in the neighborhood
and rode back in this direction. The shad
ow of his crime, Nemesia like, pursues him,
uud it would seem as if some unaccountable
fascination ever leads him back to the vicin
ity of the commission of his awful offonce.
During the past two weeks he has been seen
at various times at Ktoyttowu, Laughlins
town and Lxtrobe, and although recognized,
no one seems to have had the temerity l.t
h-nlihooJ to attempt to a: rest him. There
it a j arty row oa his track, however, who
will most certainly capture the desperado.
T ic individual who waiseut up last week
for the robbery at Mr. M'Cretght", was ctr
U.ir'.y a genius in his way. During the
oight be commuted the felony he was enjoy
ing Mac's hospitality, and it is prubble
that his ruminations were principally con
lined to meditating upon tile handsome fig
ure 1:3 would be likely to cut in his h-jsi's
hc.-t suit of wearing parapiuenalia. Ih-that
as it may, h rose from his bed and proceed
ed to uoo the aforesaid suit. His next move
w:-. to f jb a valuable gold watch, likewise
ut property of Mr. li'C At this stagii of
his pruceedings it doubtless occurred to him
that he had a. lady friend, mayhap his 'af
finity." v.ho would bo gratified in being
m.ule the recipient of some new "togs." So
a b:ud!e of Mrs. Mac'a wtaring apparel was
hastily selected, and the jcung man then
took his departure. As soon as his pecula
tions bcame known pursuit was made.
Mr. M'C. had a suspicion that the ycusg
tiaa would make for Indiana county, so
taking the train weat, he was very agreeably
surprised to see the put loiner enter the same
car at iew Florence. All the stolen pro
perty, except Mrs. M'C.'a clothing, was re
covered. Johnstown has been enjoying a decided
sensation the past two wests, which cousiats
in nothing more nor less than a veritable
perambulating ghoit. This ghost does not
diii'er in disctiption from other ghosts the
orthodox winding sheet and accompaniments
being s -ported in regular ghost of Hamlet aud
lUnquo, or famous "Cock Lane," style.
His ghostship appeared the other evening to
a lady residing in the Second Ward, and the
appearauce was so terrifying a3 to produce
convulsions. A little girl residing near the
point also got a view of it, and thereupon
immediately fainted. A gentleman in the
same locality was horrified, a few evenings
after, to tee the "gho.-t" glide into his house,
and as he did not feel very courageous, he
"turned tail and rar." It is proper to re
mark that when he came back with rein
forcements the ghost was non est, as likewise
several loaves of bread, etc., from his cellar.
The ghost has evidently a "taking way"
with it, for clothes-lines and cellars have ex
perienced mysterious disappearances, in tho
shape of "washing's" stretched out on the
former, and eatables from the latter. The
"ghost" does not cotifiue his visitations to
any particular quarter, but roves 'round
promiscuously. The individual whom it is
supposed is thus playing upon the supersti
tions aud credulity of the weak-minded is
spotted," and if caught by the party who
are anxious 1 1 see the ghost, an ounce of lead
will give him au opportun ty of solving the
mysteries connected with the land of sha
dows. The scaffolding ",has been removed f'ora
the spire of the nsw M. E. Church, and it is
certainly the neatest affair of the kind in this
section of the country.
The slating of the new School Houge is
also about completed, and the gravel roofing
of MesM-s Frazcr and Montgomery's hand
some new block, on the corner of Main and
Franklin street;, was last week finished.
.TI Tt ET Come. We have already
'!iLo.l a jls, 0f valuable articles donated
fcf the new Catholic Church in this
to I e ojTered f..r chances in connection
J the Cdtnicg Christmas Festival, and
4 'etk w have the pleasure of announ
2 '"at the worthy pastor of the cor.gre
' Uev. Ii. c. Christ', has been present
a httlw farm &f ie acres near Ebens
& a i valuable gray pony, only 7 years old
trained, and a pet coon one of the
5 "11 conservative coons of long ago.
rt::jS will be put un for chances
.;' ith the others heretofore donated,
that is iiovv r.ti?.-it !c fiir tl.p mflni.
l'ie Cuiiffie-TAthin to no to work in
-'ILc.-t. ami w.iH.i fl.a .Ar..r.ili..n of
"o I i;blic in the good Wwrk
Ax Awful Accident. We are pained to
ham that a most distressing accident occur
red at Wilmore, this county, on Tuesday
morning. Henry Martin was instantly kill
ed by a ball from a rifle ia the hands of Val
entine Maltzi. Of course the whole affair
was Durelv accidental. Mr. Maltzi is suffer
ing the keenest anguish in con&equence of
the sad occurrence. The deceased was a man
of family, and had but recently moved to
Wilmore. He was employed on tho railroad
repairs near that place.
Casualty. Mr. Phillip HaR. late of
Chest township, met with a severe injury on
Saturday last. A portion of the machinery
at which he was at rork flew from its place
and struck him with such force as to fell
him to the earth. Medical attendance was
soon procured, and we learn that Mr. Hagg
; rpcoverin?. : The accident occurred at a
saw mill, a tiile or two from Wilmore.
Not Any. We don't advise anybody to
coe-v or smoke, but to all who tre addicted
to th weed, we have no hesitation-in recom
mending the brands of cigars ahd tobacco
kerjt bv Cham. Roberts. If there are any
better in towa we have failed to sample
Carboix Tr., Nov. 26, 1867
To the Editor of the Freeman J regret
i.ub jou leni, me columns of your paper to
a. xj. u.nste ior the purpose of
singling me out as one of the
Ilousa Directors, and must avail myself of
tne same columns as a medium of replv
....u u prfwjuai nostuity to any man
living, having endeavored to live at peace
with all men, and having conscientiously
discharged my duty, nude my oath, as Poor
Director, I am quite at a loss to conceive
wny should be singled out from tb e whole
Loard as the object of personal abuse. Let
me say a few words m reply :
In the first place let me assure vou that I
have no objection that the world shall see
and Know every transaction that occurred
at the Poor House since I have been a mem
ber of the Board. And the records will
show, and I appeal to them, that no other
Director has drawn less from the public trea
ury than I have, during the year that I
have been a member.
It is false, then, in the first place, that the
Board ever visited Johnstown at my instance.
It was proposed by my seniors, shortly after
I became a member, that a visit to Johns
town, for the purpose of arranging the pay
of out door paupers, employing a regular
physician, and other matters", would be ad
vantageous to the county, and I submit to
my colleagues whether it was not so. We
received barely euough to cover our expen
ses. and that amount wan suggested by
otherB, and not by myself. As to the pitiful
falsehood that the "party went upon a regu
lar spree." I leave my colleagues to answer.
To those who know me, no contra lictiou is
necessary, so far as I am concerned.
The other charge is that I signed an order
for a friend for upwards of Forty Dollars.
The friend alluded to is a certain Irvin Rut
ledge a man whom I had never seen before.
The Poor House train went to the station for
my colleague, Mr. Orris, and I went along
to meet the train. Irvin Kutledge was with
him, and stayed all night at the Poor House.
I never had a word of private conversation
with him in regard to any bill or order for
it. It is not my purpose to say whose friend
Irvin Rutledge was lie never was a friend
of mine, Rnd I had a prejudice against him
from h-iving heard that Ii? had an undue
influence at the Poor Hor.e. Any orders I
over signed for Lim v.eia made out bv the
Steward and signed by an older member of
the Board fir.-r. fieing the youngest mem
her of the Board, I defened very much to
the opinions of the o'er members, and never
signed an order that was not filled by the
Steward and signed by my seniors, or one of
them, if both were rot present. I did re
sist bills presented by Rutledge, and believe
I at one time prevented him from getting an
order for what I thought an improper bill.
These are the two monstrous wrongs I have
done to the peop'e. as regards thtir money.
But thU is not what's the matter ! I was
absent from one meeting of the Board. This
frequently happens, and as two Directors
form a quorum for business, it does not af.
feet the public interest. But I had a satis
factory reason for not being present at the
meeting referred to. I learned that a new
Steward would be chosen at that meeting,
and I thought it unfair to the people cf Cam
bria county for a Board to choose officers for
their successors. The proper course, as I
believ. is for every Board to appoint its
own officers, s Jone by the County Com
missioners, and all other bodies of the kind.
If a different custom has prevailed in the
Poor House, it is a bad one, and I hope we
have Bet a good example for the future.
But A. D. Criste having, by the vcte of
a living and a dying Director, been appoint
ed Steward, I moved to rescind the appoint
ment for the purpose of making a new one,
and he claims that this is without precedent.
But it is not. Only a few years since the
new Board revoked the appointment of the
old Board, and appointed the present Stew
ard ; and fortunately, too, as the discarded
Steward turned out a murderer aud the ma
tron a prostitute.
At the first meeting of the new Board I
did what I deemed my duty to the people.
I d:d not know JL. D. Cnnste to be the pro
per person for the appointment; 1 never
charged him, as he seeuia to think, with be
ing a "gambler, intemperate, or lazy," nor
did I find any fault with his family. I sim
ply treated the question as an open one,
doing what I thought my duty, but I con
fess that, elected by the Democrats, I could
hardly, against an equally qualified person,
appoint to a position a raan who, I was
credibly informed, bad voted the whole Rad
ical county ticket at the late e.ection.
It paying m commutation for military
services to the Government was not sufficient
evidence of loyalty to my country, I trust I
have partially atoned for it by choosing for
Steward one who, while he is neither "a
gambler, intemperate, or lazv" has done
his part in the army of the Republic a
man who is not only deserving but compe
tent, humane, and honest, and a man who
did not seek the Poor House as a plaster to
heal his broken fortunes.
But I must stop. I beg pardon for the
length of this paper, and my only excuse is.
that having never sought or held au office
in the county of my birth but the humble
position 1 now hold, I deem tbe attack upon
me unjust, uncalled for, and malicious.
; Henry Byuse
Carhoixtown, Ta., Nov. 1. 18G7
t,ditor or the freeman JJear &ir : l no
ticed an article in your paper last week,
headed in letters quite conspicuous, "Com
munication," and signed by one having the
initials, "II. II. S." No doubt the writer
of this letter was prompted by what he con
ttdered a good motive when he undertook the
task. With a'-l due regard for the author's
good intentions while writing thiscommuni
cation, which musit naturally be classed an
advertisement, I would respectfully request
that he calculate the real worth of all so
called physicians who permit their names to
used in connection with testimonials of "won
derful cures," which are said to have been
performed by them, with the aid of some
secret remedy; which, when needed by their
duped patient Is not known to the U. S.
Pharmacopcea or any scientific druggist.
Advertising physicians are almost invariably
impostors, and always quacks.
To the readers of the Freeman -1 would
say that the communication referred to was
neither asked or paid for by me, and of the
worthy Editor I would most cordially ask
the favor that no further testimonials in my
favor be published in the Freeman without
my consent. J. J. Oatiiax.
American Waltham Watches. The
true value of Machinery applied to Watch
making is not that by its use Watches are
made rapidly, but that they are made cor
rectly." Very few people kuow a Waltham
Watch should be superior to any other. ' In
the first place, at Waithata the Watch is re
garded as only a machine, to be constructed
like any other inaohine, on mechanical prin-.
cipies. it the watches are good it ;s because
the machinery is g. od. Of course there mut
be no dt feet in the principle or plan of move
ment no mistake in the sizes or shapes of
the pieces of which it is composed nothing
wanting in their properties, and no error in
their positions. Thee points once thorough
ly settled, it rests wholly with the machine
ry, constructed with infinite diversity of form
and function expressly for the purpose, to
produoe the finished pieces. By mean3 of
multiplying gauges and microscopes, tests
and inspection for the detection of wear in
the cutting tools, and for faults and flaws in
steel and stone are made to accompany the
work in every ttage from beginning to end.
As a necessary result, the watch goes togeth
er a perfect machine. Every part is found
to fit properly in its place. Eveiy pin may
be pushed till it pinches, and every sciew
turned home. Instead of sluggish and feeble
action, the balance, even under the pressure
of the lightest mainspring, vibrates with a
wide and free motion, and the beat has the
clear ringing sound always characteristic of
the Waltham Watch. The machine is a
timekeeper from the start.
This system of watchmaking is unknown
in foreign countries, aud is entirely original
with the Waltham Company. The Comnanv
claim that by it they produce watches that
cannot be equalled for every quality which
roasts a watch valuable. Simple m plan
and correct in principle, the movement is not
only beautifully finished, substantial, accu
rate and cheap, but is uniform in the minu
test details, not easily damaged, and when
repaired always as good as new. There are
different grades of fiuish in the different va
rieties of watches ma.le bv the Waltham
Company, as there are different sizes and
shaj.es to suit all tastes and means ; but ev
ery Watch that bears the ganuine trade-mark
of "Walthaji" is guarantied to be a good
one, and no'Kdy need be afraid to buy it.
L.cery natch fully warranted. For sale bv
all fiist-class dealers in the United Statea and
British Provinces. For further information
address the Agents. BOBBINS & APPLE
TON, 182 Broadway, N. Y.
Janets Lr 4.
, 'U a Chascb. There is still a chance
Vl UMan- 8 fu!1 of 8')0 ls at the cbeaP
' . Thompson. His Btock ix tb
wgest, bct and cheapest in town,
, U iy& hy buying at his estab-
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GIds, .Croups. Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis.
Diptheria, and all Pulmonary Complaints.
They are warranted to give quicker and
more lasting benefit in the above affections
than an- other remedy. Also to contain no
deleterious ingredient, and not to offend the
weakest and most sensitive Stomach.
Blades' Omstitulion Pills ar e so called be
cause of their peculiar effect upon the Liver,
Stomach, Blood and Nervous Sj'stem. For
inactivity of the Liver, for the Stomach in
derangement, or Dyspepsia, they will de
light the patient with thrir mild and bene
ficial effect, especially if after long continued
indigestion and costiveness, they are left
with periodical returns of the Sick Headache.
In case of a severe cold, producing Chills
and Fever, you can break it very soon by
using the Pills as per directions with each
box. JOHN II. BLADES & CO..
aug8-Jy Proprietors, Elmira, N. Y.
For sale by all Druggists ; 25 cts. per box.
Horrible Accidkvt. A man some time
since was repaiiius h- cas leak, corner of
He went in to the excavation and then lit a
match. An explosion of gas took place, and
the man was much burned. Dr. Tobias'
Venetian Liniment was applied freely, and
in tnree days the man was about his busi-.
ness in the Manhattan Gas Works as well
as ever, Ilij name is Samuel F. Waters.
This is one of the wonderful cures made by
Dr. Tobias' celebrated Venetian Liniment ;
it is not only good for Burns, but for old
Sores. Bruises. Chronic Rheumatism. Sore
Throats, Cuts, Insect Stings, Pains iu the
Limbs, Chest and Back ; also internally, for
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Croup. It is perfectly innocent to take in
ternally, and is the best family medicine in
the world. Orders are received all over Eu
rope for it. The most celebrated Physicians
recommend it it never fails. Dr. Tobias
puts up every drop himself. Sold by all
Druggists at 50 cents aud $1 per bcttle.
Depot 66 Cortlandt Street, New. York.
Thk PrtRHoLOGiCAL Journal for Decem
ber contains 17 portraits of distinguished
men, with their biographies Geo. Peabody,
President Woolsey, Elias Howe.Oliver Crom
well, Rev. Dr. Worcester, Chauncey Giles,
Abiel Silver, J. R. Ilibbard. James P. Stu
art, J. C. Ager, W. B. Hayden. and others.
The Sultan of Turkey, and a Glance at his
Empire; Our Social Relations; the Paris
Exposition; Unmarried; What shall we do
with Old Maids? History of the New Jeru
salem, or Swdeuborgian, Church ; Saints
and Sinners ; and much other instructive
matter. End of Vol. 46. A new volume
begins with the next number. Now is the
time to subscribe only $3 a year. Address
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Price $1.00. For sale by all druggists.
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To Cokscmptives. Rev. EDWARD A.
WILSON will send (free of charge) to all
who desire it, the prescription with the direc
tions for making and using the bimple rem
edy by which he was cured of a lung affec
tion and that dread disease. Consumption.
His only object is to benefit the afflicted, and
he hopes that every sufferer will try this
prescription, as it will cost them nothing
and may piove a blessing. Please address
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON.
No. 165 S. Second St., Williamsburg, N. Y.
It is not true that R. II. Singer intends
leaving town, as some will have it, but, on
the contrary, intends to carry on the Black
smithing, in all its branches, stronger than
ever. In order to do this it is necessary to
employ workmen and buy tools, iron, etc.,
all of which cost money. Therefore persons
indebted to Mr. Singer for work done in '65,
'66 and the early part of '67, are requested
to call and settle. He feels confident that
hi customers will not let him stick. 3t.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A gentleman who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility. Premature Decay, and
all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will,
for the sake of suffering humanity, send free
to all who need it, the recipe and directions
for making the simple remedy by which he
was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by
the advertiser's experience, can do so by
addressing, in perfect confidence, JOHN B.
OGDEN. 42 Cedar street N. Y.
Information. Information guaranteed
t-- produce a luxuriant growth of hair upon
a bald head or beardless face; also, a recipe
for the lemoval of Pimples, Blotches, Erup
tions. A'c. on the skin, leaving the same
soft, clear and beautiful, can be obtained
without charge-by addressing
THOS. F. CHAPMAN Oemist.
823 Broadway, New York.
Lik Magic. The certainty and quick
ness with which Coe's Cough Balsam cures
Ceughs, Colds. Croup, and lung difficulties.
Give to the children when attacked with
Coughs and Colds, and rest assured they
will find relief at once. Physicians say it is
the best cough medicine in the world.
MURRAY MEEHAN In Philadelphia,
on the 18th inst.. by Rev. Father Mouahan,
Pastor of St. Francis' Church. Mr. M. A.
Mckrat .md Mrs. Elizabeth Meejjan', both
We were no less gratified than surprised
at the reception of the above news. Mathew
holds a prominent position on our list of in
timate and esteemed friends, and now that
he has taken upon himself the cares and re
sponsibilities of a benedict, we sincerely hope
that the comforts, pleasures and felicities of
that happy state may be vouchsafed to b!n
and his without stint or alloy, and that the
lle!iii;8 of a bountiful Provideoce mav at
tend and cheer them both throughout life.
ECURE THE SHADOW ERE
THE SUi&TAXCE FADES.
Non Bkttf.x. Ladies on a shopping
arnilti.in or i 11 lnolr in rain for a more su
perb or varied assortment of goods than is
displayed on tne Bneives oi juessrs. xuuis s
Davis. A fine stock at low prices is the in
ducements they offer. -
A tan colored baby, about six weeks old,
was found on the street, in Uollidaysbvrg,
on Monday night. A negro found it, and as
it U of the prmicr color, h H orW
WAiiTD An active yoing man, with a
small capital, to act as agent in Cambria and
B'air counties for the Bale of the Rustic Win
dow Shade an article used by every family,
hotel, school house and chureh,jind yielding
a handsome profit to all persons engaged in
sellins them. . Address or apply to the man
ufacturers, LorDiRBACK, Jefiebson & Co.,
N. E. Cor. 22d and Wood Sta., rhila. 2.
Just ah Will. We may as well. say
here uany where else that V. S. Barker's
stock of merchandise is as good as the best,
and as cheap as the cheapest, and comprises
almost everything required bjr mata or a.
trou. Lu2it of i-MbWyr. "
Another Partner. Onr popular j'oung
friend, John Kinney, has recently become a
member of the firm of D. W. Harshbereer
& Co., Druggists, Johnstown. John has by
close attention for several years past earned
for himself an excellent reputation as a cor
rect business man, and his many friend will
not forget to patronise the firm of which he
is now a member. A !are stock of fresh
and pure Diugs, Perfumes, Oils, Soaps, Li
quors, Paints, Dye Stuffs, etc., received
within the patt week.
THIS WAY ! !
JUST RECEIVED AT
On High Street.
THE LARGEST STOCK !
Glorious Sights. It is a glorious sight
to see the aged parent leau confidingly on
the shoulder of a dutiful son to see the love
light pliy in the feautures of a youthful
husband and wife to see a turtle basKiug
on a loer 'neatn tne summer sun iu seo
six year old urchin hunting cigar stumps in
front of a hotel to see a manly form dressed
in a superb winter outfit from Jas. J. Mur-
I 1 1 lOl.. II, 11 rlV: 2nr
pny o uncap oir uati uiumiug
Clinton street, Johnstown.
Having located in Ebensburg, I would re
spectfully inform the public that I am pre
pared to execute PH010G RAP; IS in every
style of the ait, from the smallest card Pic
ture to the largest sized f.r framing. Pic
tures taken in any kind of weather.
PHOTOGRAPHS PAINTED .V OIL,
INDIA INK OB WATER COLORS.
Every attention givn to the taking of
Children's pictures, but in clear weather only.
Special attention is invited to my stork
of large PICTURE FRAMES and PHOTO
GRAPH ALBUMS, which I will sell cheap
er than they can be bought elsewhere in
town. Copying an1' Enlarging done on rea
sonable terms. I atdt" comparison and defv
Thankful for pat favors, I solicit a con-
uance of the same. Gallerv on Julian street,
two doors south of Town Hall.
T. T. SPENCE. Photographer.
Ebensburg, Nov. 14, 1867.
MEW AND EXTENSIVE ARRIVAL
a. v mi. m sua m-m m a a sw j
JOHN DOUGHERTY, Tailor, has just
received a new and extensive stocK or ULt-
THING from the East, consisting of Cloth
Coats. Flossed Salma Overcoats, Short and
Long Flossed Gum Boots for Gents, Boots
and Arctic Shoes for Ladies and Gum Shoes
for Children, all cf which will be sold at the
lowest prevailing prices;- He has slso recei
ved his (Quarterly fashions for the tall and
V inter of 186. with a large number of pat
terns fur Boys' Clothing. nov.l4-3t.
AY UP ! All persona indebted
to the subscriber, either by note or book
account, are requested to make payment on
or before the 1st day of January next. 1
need what is due me, and must have it or
know the reason why. Those interested
will save costs by promptly heeding this no
tice. uEUlvuK uUULtil.
Ebensburg, Nov. 14, 1867.-3t
IT TCENSE NOTICE The pcti-
lion of John Strohm for L:cense to keep
an fcatiDX House in the 3d ard. Johnstown
Borough, has been filed, and will be present
ed to the Judges of the Court of Quarter Ses
sions of Cambria County, on the first Mon
day of December rext.
GEO. C. &. ZAUM, rrotb y.
Ebensburg, Nov. 14, 1867.
THE BEST VARIETY !
THE GREATEST BARGAINS
AND MORE OF THEM I
THAI HAVE m mmi HERE
FOR A LONG TIME!
Fine DRESS GOODS
Standard Dry Goods,
SUPERB LINE OF NOTIONS,
V4SSAR COLLEGE Tor Voimp
Ladles The Trustees of this Inatitu
tinM, dt-airing to extend the benefits of Mr.
Va-ars munificent gift for the better educ
tion of yonng women, will admit, at any
time io the Collegiate yesr. titudents i-rt-pared
to join College classes, charging ex
penses only fiom the date of Ihf ir reception.
Terms low ; great facilities for education,
such as Cabiuets. Art Gallery, Library, Mu
sical Conservatory, lc. For circulars cou
tainingfull information, addrcs J. N. Sonorj,
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
THE BEST 18 THU CHEAPEST.
Ilurvtvst I fiver!
The Yield Is Great!
IToporf I y Abounds!
Wiuier Is Coiulutf !
AND NOW IS THE TIME TO TAKE
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Address JONES. BROS. & CO.. Phila.
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ANTED ! 200 FAR3ILR8
To engage iu a light and honorab'e
business for the winter months, in the vicin
ity in which they reside, which w ill net them
from $50 to $150 per month. For par'icu
lars apply to or address PARMEl.EK BROS.,
722 Sansom St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
AZYGOS. Three magnificently iiiustru
ted Medical Bonks, containing impnrf vr. t
Physiological Information, for Men and Wo
men, seut free on receipt of 25 cents, by ad
dressing toe Secretary of the New 1 ork Med
ical Lnivemty, No. 30 Clinton Place. N. Y.
ST.4DAItI) 711111ns Machines
OF IMPROVED CONS'! RtTCTluN.
great power, largo capacity, unrivaled con
venience cf adjustment. Also, pipe vises,
with and without extra jaw, and vises of all
sizes, tor heavy ana light wore. Sena to
UNION VISE COMPANY, of Boston, Mass.
for illustrated circular. Foi sale by dealers
in hardware and machinery.
Iiust 3ioitxc; sois,s r.
" LOUIS IRON MOUNTAIN li.Mlr
ROAD CO. Seven per cent, interest Febru
ary aud August. These Bonis cover a iWd
of 91 miles, finished from St. L. uis to Pilot
Knob, and in first-class order, and au-xtpn-sion
of about the same length from PiIjc
Knob to Belmont, uow rapidly constructing,
for which the proceeds of these bonds are t
be used, makiug a through route from S".
Louis to New Orleans by rail. The earnings
of the 91 miles are $1500,000 a year ; the net
profits now are sufficient to pay the interact
on the entire amount of bonds, were th-y all
issued. The basis f security is believed 'o
be beyond that of any other bonds now off r
ed. Apply at the office of the Company.
No. 43 Wall-st.. to 11. G. MARQUAND,
Vice President, or to CLARK, Du'JtiE &
C0..or. Wall and Williatu-sts.. N. Y. City.
Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy,
Neat, but not gaudy, and rich,
Though not expressed in fancy.
Just the place you were looking for is the
famous -Oak Hall Clothing Store," Main
street. Johnstown, under the proprietorship
of E. Leopold & Bro. They have just re
ceived another large invoice of beautiful
Winter Clothine. Hats. Caps. &c. and are
prepared to tell cheaper than ever.
Oft in the stilly night, .
Wrapped up in a warm shawl
Bought from the cheap store
Of one who uses the awl.
It is further announced that the lady in
question did not get the last shawl wehad,
for there is no end to them. So peg on and
see who will tret the handsomest at II. A,
T&IOTICE. The petition of John
TltrviT. rt PamVirifl rnn ntr bfL.4 blMii
filed in the Court of Common Pleas of said
county, praying that his name be changed
to JoHH B. luRNsr, which said petition
will be presented to the Judges of said Court
on the second Monday of December next, for
decree, &c. GEO. C. K. ZAUM.
Ebensburg. Nov. 14. -4t. Proth'y.
ripEACIlER WANTED A Male
Teacher is wanted to take charge of
tbe school in the village of Si mnnrhill.
Crovle township. By order of the Board.
JAS. U. PLUM.MER, Sec'y.
Nov. 14, 18G7.-4t.
MY I'luKbUM intending to build a
liouse or Barn, can buy Nails and
Hardware chesD by paying cash St
Fsb, 33. - GSO.HUSTLErS.
AND TELL ALL
XX THIS DK AND
s. it m
Mondays, 1 $100 Note
Tuesdays, 2 Fifties
Wed days, 5 1 wenties
Thursdays, 10 Ten-
Friday. 2o rivf
Saturdays, 60 Twit-
P. & G. LORILLAKD,
16. 18 & 20 Chamber
discontinued, n r do
we intend to rp,
packing 8100 Da!'
in pflptrsof Ce. i dm
TcBacco, report io
the contrary notwith
standing. CC5-We are making
he Century from the
choicest letf ; it i5 f r
lrm drugs, and i n
every rroect the bel
St., NEW YORK. !repectable johfcJr.
TO $25 rER DAY, SURE a :7
wanted even where to bell our
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bceriasung hue ire LlolJies Liites. "Zir
ery housewife should Ufteit " N.T.TMbune.
"We have seen it used and it gives entirt
satisfaction." AT. Y. Christian Adcocttfe.
The Patent Wire Clothes Liue is all it pu-.
ports to be." A. Y. In-lependmt. Addr
Amfbicas TV'St Co., 1S2 Broadway, N. X-
CENTURY TOBACCO. I
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