Newspaper Page Text
Kn.in ami after this date no advertising
matter w ill ! iriMt.Ml among our loeitl
h, i All reading notice Insert
1 1 i 'our advertising columns under the
V , ,1 "I "M isoeJIaueoiis Notices. 1 IiisiIimv.
...t ii'n'v t'i unexpired contract which
Vi'.mpN ''. bll," new contracts
ili.- iHMTtion ( advertising among
raiding matter will be entered into.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Hiirb 1re and wiro uaiN cheap at
Uufimi .V Son's.
n.ils f the. Elicnsburg Normal
Nl.l will ttulci a picnic al the close of
Tin' Kckkv vn office is tln place to r-t
your j"l printing. Oood work at low
- Mi. AUx il Williamsaiul wife of llomc
meail. Pa.. "' visiting relatives ami friends
In l ti i place.
Mr. Emmet Mulvchil. of Khrelifclt.
f,.i tn. i iy of this rlace. was a visitor to our
,,w n mi Tuesday.
Tin- sale of the llnllidiiyshnrg and (Jap
I, -mm Works has attain lieeu MstMued 1111
julj I.Mh. A hid of f".i.isJ was refuse.l.
Mi. William II. Moudy. of Portage, and
Mi.s (irlcna Hiehl. of Neury. I'a.. were
, . 1 at the hoi if the bride's mother.
m il the latter place, on June ud.
Owl nit to the depression in the coal
trade the Frugality foal and Coke Com
pm:y. on the t'rcssoti A Coalport railroad.
h;i"upeiidc.l oierations for- a short time.
i:.-t .piality of roll butter Is selling at
, lit- per iMitilid ill Somerset. The oldest
Inhabitant cannot recall the time when
the choice of the dairy brought so low a.
'it people are hiintiiiK summer nnar-(,r-
and from the Impiiries received by our
),nii-ls and Uiarding houses, the pros.ct
arc that the town will soon be lilled with
Mini iix'i' boarders.
I'. nii-) Ivania girls man y young,
lliiriii- the past year twenty-three girls
were tnarricd at the litre of fourteen: ','U'i
at tifti-en: 'Ul at sixteen, 'Mj at seventeen,
and V.m at cigliii-cn.
The grounds at the railroad dcot at
res. on have lieell planted w ith Mowers iic
rordini; to i lie usual custom of the IVnn
.vlv.mia railroad company, and presents an
sraivcly a day passes without some
W-es and carts going through town,
their destination being the new railroad,
Winiiiiia' at Kaylor's station. Several
huiicli'd men are already employed on the
-In the rc-ralinsr that has la-en in pro-trrc-sinlhe
I'ost otlice Department the
salarv of tin- postmaster at Johnston u has
Increased from c-Mssi to r.'.Ti"! and that of
the o-.uiiatcr at Altoona from -V.7ih to
There are is ( (unities in !Vtins Ivania
that have no debt. They are Lehigh.
HeiiM-r. fanienm. Center, Columbia. Krie,
r.tv-t. I'ranklin. Crcen. Lawrence. M'T
Ccr. Moiiloiir. I'erry, Tike. Sullivan, Sus
quehanna. Wyoming and York. The com
bined debt of all the other counties i.s iS,-
-1!) the law which goes Into effect tills
year, providing that the triennial assess
ment shall lc made by one assessor in each
lmrnii.ti and tow u-hip instead of by one
a, i and two assistants as heretofore,
each county in the Male will save consid
erable money in the cost of making the
-MisKt!iie Myers and her sister Air- j
ate are justly entitled to the thanks cif
many of the willing hands who laUircd
hard and earnestly in saving proMrt y at
the burning of ( reswell's mill. The
Miss. s M)eis prepared a bucket of hot
coffee wliicli was gratefully partaken of
and relished hy many of the tir-d workers.
Superintendent Doyle, of the "Lung
Distance Telephone f ompany. w it h u large
force of men and teams, s here busily at
work, distributing the pides for the wires
Tlie pules used through tow u will le cedar
and Mill he planted seven feet ill the
ground. The line will follow the south
Side of High street.
-The hill recently signed by (iovertior
I'at lis.. iii, ui,, which is now ! law, makes
teleirruph. telephone and other electric
companies responsible for the damage done
to shade tree by cutting them down or dis
figuring tin 'in to make w ay for their wires.
Ow in rs of proMrtists may lx trusted to en
force this law to its full extent.
Alx.ia sjxtv-tive Pennsylvania Hail
ro.ti! mi ll, some of them high officials in
the ..ini,;ii1y, lire exiectel to arrive at
Maple Park on Sat urday. w here some of
tli'iii will. sojourn for a few days while
nuking investigations Into the project of
fticlnlniL' the Klielisburg V fresson
Iraiu-li railroad. Let 'em come.
A daiurerous counterfeit half dullar,
that is claimed to have a large circulation,
i .1. -criUd as follows; It is dated 1SS7 and
all excellent r,. 'J'l,,. 0 s a little
t.iii'ki-r than the genuine and to a keen eye
k'th the (loddess of J.jlierty and the eagle
U'"A 111,1 asy. The engraving Is
?'-! ami it nipiires an epert to detect
the tu.l m,,i.j ,
W hile the lire at ('re-well's planing
null was j pr,ri-,s four freight ears and
passenger cars moim! on the railroad
k in close proximity to the burning
buildup. Ti,,. I.M-omotive was taken out
Cf the heil. Lacked to the enrs mid h:u!ed
away out of the reach of the
u was (lis,oer. d afterw ards that one
l"" '"" us loaded
with a considerable
-(digress,,,;,,, s,-i,l, of this district.
Ki. ,,,;,.,. ,1ut ,,,,, ,.a(,s,ip al
est pi,it which is ('.xM tel to Uconie
Vacant in June is'.rj by the graduation of
s-adct Keplmrt. w 111 lie filled by rompeti--.iniination.
suUI nlnnloii will
'"'Id Jit N.mers, t. W.-dneKlay. .Juno 17,
n' ran be partlrlpati-il in by all young
''i 'tween tin ages of 17 and' year,
pi .v:.t..u Ul.u an re W) l!( f t, j
'ifan. of Itradd.Mk. while
'"fti ifwith a party of friends in M -
s : iJ Ue V
grove, near that nlaee. on Mini-
iKlfllt. W:.s slro.-L l.v- o si...... l.,t u
,. ' J M .... ..
the crowd Mild so b.-ldlv ill
'' at Mercy Hospital,
"''"rg. whither he was taken, on the
chi'd " ""' ' V' "illif' Ki""" 14 w,fo Hl",
j'"1 ' .I-.hnstowii where he formerly
"rk.-.. it js 11)t ilu,wn tir,.w tju,
.on.- tt.m killed him.
1 ! giving nut f the water from the
l'f works during the fire on Thursday
MiuineeessHat, lhp ,.)usillK Uow f
at.r t private consumers, which
bmo"",1"" wMI ,ast r-viTl davs-
h,, ', r--rvoir Is filial. N,ws;,ly
'r. Is tl. mother of invention, and
rnl f our people began early oiiThnrs-
th.n m""",l- af,, r re, to accustom
ms.,v,.s , lrinkllK a MlbstiUltf, f(jr
(trand picnic will b.- held on thr
,kl'n ' "f '"lv ut Arhiiti-,. Clen (Dean Ma
to wi"", ''"'' and CoalK.rt railroad,
"K li the public is cordially invito.
proevds ar,. fr . ,M.,.(jt f 1h
FruL"'!'' fl'h"r,' l Ashville and
watlty and all altemlii. ill
it. ... -
fr...t !""'T aiii re-
On .1 ' r w 1,1 N" rv'l ii the grounds
I , in" l"u,ii,y l'i'nicwill bo'
t;'J f. l ,'i " "",?t'r ,h- ni"pices !
''r '-' -aim- obj.rf.
One 14 tooth, spring tooth harrow for
sale cheap at Dufton's'iardware store.
A number of young ladies) attending
tLo Kbcnsburg Normal School were mem
bers of the bucket brlgndo St the fire on
Roland Evans, an old-tinu resident of
Klit-usbiirg. hut for many years a citizen
of liloomington. Illinois, is visiting rela
tives uiui friends In Kbensburg and vicjui
ty, the first visit for fifteen years.
A foot race between a man named Cor
bet and another named Kephart will take
place on the Carrolltown fair ground this.
(Friday) afternoon. Th purse Is for a
biindn-d dollars a side, and thu distance,
two hundred yards.
The Mountaineer, a new newspaper
published in Klx-nsbiirg bv Y. K. Thom
son and J. I4. S--hler. niade Its bow to th
public on Yslneslay. It is a live column
quarto, with patent insnles. publishisi "in
the Interest of business in Eliensburs and
the county." and "bound to ih particular
party." From their "perch on the olitical
fence they expert to Im- abb jp-t a lietter
view of the 'fleeting show. " and 110 doubt
w III. We welcome them to the newspaer
fold and hope their venture may be a finan
The Indiana Fair Association has pur
chased forty acres of land for a suitable
jilace foi holding their annual gatherings.
The forty acres are pleasantly sitilatisil,
easy of access, mell watered and with a
grove that will shade several thousand
Hsiple. and so lo.-ated that it will in 110
way interfere with the laying out of a lrilf
mile track. The fair this year will lie held
on the old Tair grounds, but next year
large and eomiiMMlioiisexhibitlon buildings,
liesides a number of others that will be put
up by individuals, w ill Imcnvtml.
Dudley Davis, formerly of this place
but for some years past a resident of Itltte
Springs. Nebraska, where he was largely
emragisl in raising and breeding live stK-k.
died on Thursday of last w-ek from the re
sult of an Injury received tlie day liefore.
Mr. Davis was building a barn and in help
ing about the work fell a distance of rive
feet 011 a sharp stick that M'iictrated his
ImmIv. causing ileath the following day.
He was thirty-five years of age and leaves
a wife but norhildren. His mother and an
unmarried sister made their homo with
Messrs. James M'ilkins,ii Son. the
well-known marble dealers of this place,
have now on hand the finest stock of mar
ble ever seen in this locality. This firm
constantly keep a large stock of manu
factured work which they have already
finished, all excepting tlie lettering, ami
IM-rsous w ishing to purchase monuments,
tombstones, or other marble work rail
make a selection without trouble and s-e
at a glance w hat they are getting. The
firm has a reputation for tine work and
tin- sM-cimcns now on hand are worth a
trip to their premises to see.
Thomas Sylvanus.. Ix-tter known as
''Tom Chinaman." died at Indiana on
Monday. He was horn in Hong Kong in
1M.", and came to this country in is.17. He
enlisted in the Klghty-tirst Pennsylvania
Voliintcrs in lsr.l. mid was the first China
man who was enrolled in the war. He
participated in a numlier of battles, and
w as captured at Petcrsbnrir and confined
in Andersonville. At the close of the war
he w as naturalized as an American citi
zen in I'nited States court at Pittsburg,
the records show lug he was the first China
mail to throw off allegiance to the Chinese
ciiiMTor. tie then went -to Indiana ami
married an American girl, and at the time
of bis death whs tin- father of three child
ren, all of whom have the alniond-shaxil
er-s and the ix-culiar bronzed complexion
of the Chinese heathen.
.1. Y. Itell. a one armed tramp who
claims New York as his home, mid w ho
topMsi at the Almshouse on Friday of
last week and was crmittcd to remain un
til Monday, when he was told logo, came
to town on Monday and. after begging
until he got some money, proceeded to load
up w ith liipior and startiil back tow ards
the Almshouse. When a short distance
from the Almshouse he met two inmates,
Mrs. Dunn and Mrs.Toohcy. tin- former of
wh om he attacked with criminal intent,
when tlie latter ran away to the Alms
house, ltefore the miscreant had succeed
ed in his purMisc. Mr. I). J. J)avi hapjien
e l to come along, when he let go Mrs.
Dunn, who had valiantly defended herself,
ami start-d towards town. He was suKse
itieutly arresti-d and brought liefore Jus
tice Jones, Who rommittisil him to jail to
answer at next court a charge of assault
and battery with intent to commit ra
preferred by Mrs. Dunn.
The erection of marble is the last work
of res ect to the memory of departed
friends, and Is a custom which lias l-eii
followed from tin' earliest ages of an
tiquity. For many years J. Wilkinson .t
Son have been in the marble business in
Khcnsburg and throuch their energy and
honorable dealings, they have built for
themselves a reputation for doing their
work in a most artistic manner. Their
work is an ornament tothe town as well as
a credit to themselves. We are giving
them no more notoriety than they
deserv e, and to prove our assertion, go to
their establishment and s-e for yourself.
They take pleasure in show ing their work,,
whether yon wish to purchase or not.
They have on exhibition at their works
two car-loads of monuments and liead
stoties. and in April and May will receive
two car-load more. They will then" have
a large assortment of the latest styles for
customers to select from. They have
arrangements nuule with w holesale gran
ite dealers so that they can fill all orders
for granite monuments and headstones in
a short time and a cheap as ran he done
anywhere. They buy their slock in such
large quantities that they defy competi
tion. They also have the agency for the
Champion Iron Company and are pre pan si
to furnish all kinds' of fencing or anything
in Iron. Persons w ishing to purchase any
thing in their line of business would do
well to give them a call before leaving-their
order with any other manufacturer, as
they have as fine, if not the finet stock of
marble that ever camo to Western Penn
sylvania. !ive them a trial and you can
depend upon getting a good job at a fair
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company
announces to the jH-ople of Western Penn
sylvania that tho excursions to this, sea
shore, w hich have won so great a niasnre
of popularity In past seasons, will lie re-jM-ated
during the present summer. A
scriis of four excursions will he run. the
first on Thursday. July Uth, the others fol
low ing u July 23d. August Uth and 'Joth.
Kach one of these tours offers a choice, be
tween Atlantic City, or Ocean City, the
rate U-itig the same for each. !
Excursion tickets good for ten days Nvill
lie sold at a rate of fltun from Pittsburg,
and at correspondingly low rates from
other stations. .
A scial train of Parlor Cars and Day
coaches will leave Pittsburg at 8..V a m.
for Philadelphia, stopping at all inifiort- I
Hilt llltietion tutiniu .!....... ...... a: ...m I
j ....v ... ... (nMltl. " ...in KflllMflloll will
lie made with trains front branch lines.
PassctiKcrs w ill spend the in night Phila
delphia and proceed to the seashore by
regular trains of the next day.
These excursions, mi account of the de
sirai.ilitvof the seashore oints, thelilx-ral
limit and low late of the tickets, and the
tine equipment of the special trains, pre
sent the most attractive of summer out-
ings. The rale from Cr-sson s JtM.,vtM-- I
rial train leaves ('nu at jj s ,, I
E. B. Creswell'a flatnlnc Mill Borafd
About half past three o'clock this
(Thursday) morning onio of the residents
of the tow n. w ho happem-d to be awake at
that hour, were surprised to hear the
blow ing of a steam w histle. On approach
ing their windows and looking out, the
red glare in thu skies startled them for it
was evident that u lire of niore than ordin
ary proMrtions w as lighting up tho towu
in the neigh borhood of the railroad defsit.
The cry of fire and the rapid tas of the
tin' hell confirmed the fears aud soon half
the iMiptilation of the town were hurrying
to the scene of the ctmflaem tion. Tho
large plrning mill of Mr. E. H. Creswell of
Ibis place, near the railroad station, was
a mass of tlamis and the combustible na
ture of the building and contents made i's
destruction the work of a few minutes.
The inside of the building was like a sis-thing
furnace when the tire was first discov
ered anil the whitliug steam that gave
the alarm was the work of the element of
destruction. The water iu tlie engine
Imiler had lieeu turned into steaui by the
intense heat and something falliug 011 the
w histle had caustl the alarm. The fire is
supHsod to have caught from a spatk
from the furnace w hicb.'.falling among the
shavings smouldered undiscovcrd ami was
funned into flames by some breath of air.
The mill coiitaiiM-d a large amount of lum
ber, an clique. Imiler. planer, moulding
machine, sash machine, fence machine,
saws etc. The loss Is a seven one to Mr.
Creswell who loses about ?.'., and has no
The Dauntless lire company was soon 011
the ground and after making a connection
with the tire plug at the )j ra House,
done some good work ill playing uhui the
numerous IiiiiiImt piles that surrounded
the mill, thus saving a large amount of
IiiiiiImt from destruction. Their work
would have ' liccii much more rtTi-ctive
however, ha I it not N-cii for a scarcely of
water, which luckily lastitl until the
spreading fliiiin-s hud Ixsen gotten under
control, when the water supply gave out.
Several lunilxT piles wen I partially
burned among the losers being Mr. Andn-vv
Strittmatter. lus IiiiiiImt yard is close to
the burned mill and who estimates his loss
at aliout Slim. Mr. John Kin hener. of
Cambria tow nship. als4i lost four thousand
f.si-t of IiiiiiImt w hich he had taken to the
mill a few days previous to Im- vvoi kiil.
A DlMMlroaa Wrrfk.
On Friday morning of last week a disas
trous freight w reck ocriirreil on the Hell's
4iap railroad, which resulted iu tin
loss of three lives, tlie breaking up of
twenty-three freight cars into kindling
wimkJ and the destruction of one locomotive.
A heavy rain had lieeu fallingand the rails
were slipiery. A heavy freight train with
two locomotives, one in front and fine in
t he rear, anil twenty freight cars loaded
w ith coal and lumbci, were descending the
mountain from I.loydsville to ltcllnood.
when the front coupling on the last car
broke, leaving the front engine with
t wenty-t hrcc cars to manage going down
the steep grade. Notwithstanding the
brakes were all put on as tightly as possi
ble and the sand iKHir -d on the track from
the engine, the momentum of train iu-crcass-d
until a sstl of seventy miles an
hour was attained. For live miles the
wild train kept the track, but when Koot
station, two miles aMie Dcllwood, was
reached, the locomotive and curs jumped
the track over a thirty foot ciubaukiucut
and piled up at the tioltoni.
John Simon, the engineer, was found ly
ing on the Ixtiler of his engine ls-twcen the
sand Imix and bell, scalded todeath. Win.
Orazicr. his fireman, w as found dead under
the tank, with bead crushed. ' Su-pheii
VanscoyiM', thi- conductor, was also found
dead imdr the tender, horribly scalded.
All threw are married and leave families.
F. Ij. Hot rick. William Dunn and Aaron
Woonicr, the brakenien. all eseMsd with
their lives, but were badly bniMst and cut.
About Mprlac lr.
Who hasn't sufTereil from this disease?
We say disease advisedly, for such it Is. It
is a general relaxation of the system :t hat
makes the victim averse to exertion. I'n
less the const iluioii is keyed up when these
symptoiis apH-ar, some at :itc malady at
tacks the vulnerable jMiiiits and life is cu
ilangensl. A giMxl stimulant promptly and
projMTly tis4il soon tones up the weak spots,
leading physicians of tlie land iiivariaitly
recoiiiinciid the use of pure rye whiskey iu
such cases. Max Klein's "Silver Age" and
"Duquesne" rye w hiskies are sold under a
sworn guarantee of purity so that the con
sumer takes no risk "Silver Age" at tl.M
and "DuqiK'snc"' at !.." t "full quart
Nittle. Mr. Klein also keeps the target
and i-hidcest stock f brandies, wines, etc..
in Pennsylvania. OimmIs an- sent by ex
press everywhere. Write for catalogue and
priii' list (mentioning this paper) in Mat
Klein. sj Fi-deral stn't. Allegheny City. "
The following marriage Iiccns4-.s were i-su;-d
by the Clerk of the Orphans Court
for tlie week, ending Wednesday, Juue 1,
Alof T. Anderson and Mary Kt.-es. Ucude
Mike llarrora and Annie Sully, Hast
ings. John J. McDonnell and Maggie Toole,
Joseph K. While and May M. Culin.
Charles W. Crocle and A unio Koudcbiish,
Harry I,. Miller, Pittsburg and Klmira
Wissinjer, East Coneniaiigh.
Allx-rt A. ljittner and Jessie E. Homer,
Herman Inglert. Johnstown, and Cii'e
lia Farbaugh, Carolltown. ' -
IJcorge McKi-nzie andCelia Otto, Johns
Harry J. McKelvy. Ila-rry, I'a., ami
Maud S. Arbaugh. Johnstown.
Kohvrt Scanlau, Ebensburg and Carrie
11. CoinpTs. Indiana.
John Cavanah and Mary McKeuna,
Henry M. I.cbman and Annie h. Youn
kcr, Johnstow n.
J. E. Jones and Laura Kaylor, Callitzin.
Elmer Fisher aud llauua.li Shcrley,
JohnS. I toy le and Cliristenu, Scott Iel
Frank Darkes and Carrie Proctor, Johns
town. John W. Miller. Carroll tow nship, and
Clara Soulshy, Clearfield tow nsliip.
JI j nteaieatl.
St'A X IA X (iOMFKUS. M ai rietl a t
St. Ilernard's clmrch in Indiana, i'a., on
Tuesday. June Ji'ith, jsni. Mr. Knlwrt Tall
inn, of KU'iisburjt, and Miss Carrie lioiiip
ers. of Indiana.
The groom in the above casi- is the as
sistant cashier in Johnston, linek & Oo.'s
hank in this place, and we are making" no
orcnlrtift In paying- that he is one of Ebens-
burn; s most exemplary young men whose
probity and business iitialitieatious has
piaeed him In in his present poslt'on in
the bank w e mean and the liride has made
no mistake in entrusting her future in his
keeping. The bride is a young lady w hose j
amiable disposition has gained lier'iuany .
friemls during her visits t Ihis plaee, and
w e are sure will do her share in sweeti-fiing
the many trials that follow in the wake of
matrimonial life. We congratulate thein I
and wish them well. ' ' .
For tale or rent, the Lore t to Hon e,
Loretfn. I'a. A large stable and all Ikh-'S-sary
outbuildings aud gardens j, good or
ler. Address, Ijorettn. Pa.
Wa'l aMT. Kmlgissed bronze pa -rs,
12 to ir. rents M-r roll: groiin.I.il white
baek, j rents, at Ibiflon & Son's.
Kanaka of Jnrera.
Follow ing is a list of Grand aud Traverse
jurors for the September term of eoui
Ooens, Joseph A., fanner. AUeitbeny towaablp.
I rouce. jwepD. Hotel keeper, jonnrawi.
1'roajo. Adam. Miner, tider township.
(.'lawson. Hiki, ena-laeer. Juhnitowa.
tblck. Frank, curpeater, JohasUiWO.
IiarU. Walter olerk. Kbenabanr.
lutli. Timothy K.. mervbant. l'.t OoDemauKk.
brkenrwle. Mattliear. tanner. Haalinga. .
lireowood. Iianlel. watrhmea. Johnstown. ,
Hlldetirand. J. carpenter. Scatk Fork.
Huirfaet. Kdvard farmer, Lcwer Waablngton
Hertzoc, Peter, laborer. Oattltxla.
Lcher. Aaicoat J chipper. Johns'own.
I.itilDKer. Aaron, ulnar. Uallllzin.
Malooev. John 1, hotel keeper. Johns Lown .
Price, iieunce W car enter Stoneyereek town
ship Park. K. B.. ticket aaent. Hastinica.
Kbustea. Oeorfce W., clerk, N two j creek townjhip.
Kyan. - imoo. aentlewaa. Lllor.
Schwab. William, fad. Iter. Iv.reitO.
Smith. U W4 Csrniar. tsui inebaona town.'hip.
Shlmpl, Iewts, farmer. Uder township.
Weston. W. H.. clerk. Oallitiln.
Zerbie, '.. J., tanner. Clearfield township.
TtAVEKSE Jt'RoKs narr wcck.
Bradley. Uuub, beater. Johastowa.
Kerry. 4:tiarles, clera. Joh asiown.
Buea. Obarlea. farmer, Alleaheny township.
Hurhuis. Harry, laborer. Joboatown
Hradley . Michael, Unuar, Allewheny tnwashlp.
Kaker, Jooeph A., farmer. Cheit township.
Bailey, A'llliam K.. machinest Jobnitdwa.
linater, Haatel, nalneer. Franklin.
'arney. James, laborer. Johastown.
Coni.eIly. Patrick, merchant. Johnstown.
t'ooper. Scott, brakeman. Johnstown.
Krans. Thomas I) . blacksmith, tbensburg-.
Krame). Crneet. mere ha at. Job flown.
trilroan, Jacob, stone mason. John-town.
Flwanls. 1. 1.. laborer. Jeenstowu.
Flannlcan. James, latwrer. Johnstown.
Fockler, Jacob M . , merchant. Johnstown.
Fiiaet. Joseph. shiemaaer. Jonestown.
Oritflth. Arthur, machinest, Johnstown.
Hesiop, (sale, painter. Lower Voder township.
Hi.tt. Aaarastine. Jr.. larmer, Carroll township.
Maliereorn, Oeonce. foreman, Johnstown.
Hard. Fred, laborer, Cfeast SpriaKsv
Ha.lrtck. Peter, laborer. Hastings.
Kaa dar.an Iewls teacher. Croyle township.
Knee perj Iaolel. farmer. Uroyle tnwnshtp.
Keedy, T. H.. aslstaat soremaa. Jobnstoam.
Klikpatrlck. Samuel, miner, FJJer township.
LAatzj. John, Jrn carpenter, Sumjuehanna
atarsh. HutI.I. carpenter, Johnstown.
Murray. Michael, mill hand. Johnstown.
M m'i. Matin fra r, Carroll towa'hlo.
MeNeells). Hna:b, farmer. 4-earflei towaeblp,
Mabnt. Isaac, farmer. Blackllck township.
Ore rdorl. "William, carpenter, Lower Yoder town
ttummer. Joseph V..ens;lneer. East Oneauih.
Kobiaa. Peter. J-. miner. Lower Waaatostoa
Koberts, fcrar. laborer. East Onnemanicb.
Korahauah, IhavM. farmer. Jackson township."
Strltt ma tier. Paul Jr.. carpenter. HasUnas.
Seiarh.Joba merchant, Lower Yoder town
Shatter. Henry R.. farmer. Cooetnaoa-h township,
s: lineman. W in. H.. merchant. South Fork.
Storm. Michael, foreman Upper Washington
Sonlby. Oenrwe. farmer. Clearfield townsblu.
W eak land. Aaubnae, larmer. liuaqaehanna town
ship. Wilson. Alexandec. foreman. Jower Yoder town
ahlp. Varner, Ueonce W.. carpenter. Johnstown.
TaavKKsa jraoaa sbdosd wtu.
Anawalt. John, carpenter. Johnstown.
A;el. Albert. btenbun(.
Herkeplle Lewis, batcher. Stonycreek township.
Kiuh. T. N.. carpenter, (sallltstn borouab.
Kerkeitlle. A. M.. painter F-ast Conemaoich.
K.enirer. T. I.. clerk. Johhstowa.
Wailey . S. ".. plumber. Jotnstown.
otbhert w ui.. Alderman. Johnstown,
t'onrad. Charles, larmer. Allecbeny townablp.
lel..sier. lunatius. roll hand. Johnstown
IUrbT .Thomas, laborer, Johnstown.
Kqideharr. H. A clerk. Enensbora;.
lruh, e'a-and. larmer, Adams township,
(trittlih. S L. . farmer. Conemanah township,
tillson. "Vfrn., clerk. CTaltltaln beroovb.
Owin. M I... pit. boss. Keade township.
HcTerly. W. C. carpenter, Keade towaablp. .
Hincbman. Joseph, merchant. Johnstown.
Haha. Conrad, but "her. Johastowa.
Harding. Henry, rol'.er, Johnstown. ' ..
Howard . Levi P., teamster. Jchastown.
1 tell. James, teacher. Portaae.
.lames. Thomas, latsarer. Porta e.
Kroi, Ueorire. farmer. Cambria township.
Klbt.ler. Jwi.h, blacksmith. Hastlnas. . .
Kibbler, Michael J fso-mer. Chest township.
Lindsey, Edward, motlder. Johnstown.
I.yde. Kobert. firmer, Jackson township. .
MrKenna, '! nomas, merchant. Johnstown.
McKee, J. S., farmer. White township.
Marsh. John C. laborer, Stonycreek township. "
M liter. Charies. larmer. Elder township.
Kainey. Joseph, merchant. Lilly.
Keam, Jo. a than, laborer. Franklin.
Kaab, Henry, moolder, Johnstown.
Kichards. T. Mason, dentist, Ebensbnrs;.
Kachford. Thomas, miner. Tannelblll. .
Sanchor. Felix, carpenter, (iallilain.
Stull. Lorenao U.. larmer. Adams toamsblp.
Stattler. lbas. H. druitir 1st. Johnstown.
Stephen, iles, Urmer, White township. s,
Seibert. John, laborer, (iallltsln -Saley.
Peter, merchant. Lower Yeder township.
W-rtner, John, farmer. W bite township. -Wonder.
Jaeob F . laborer, .'obnstown.
Wlseicarver Sheridan, bntrher. Johnstown.
Yahner, Puul farmer. Elder township.
Yeagly. Jacob, merchant, (sallltxia. ;
Con rt Hroeee! Inara.
The follow iuff rases wvre disposed of af
ter our reMrt iu last wei-k's Kkekviax.
. IoaacWikn vs. IMiilip INipfer Tr'ssass.
Jnrr liad for plaintiff "iV , . . .
IndiuiiH Count v " D'Misit liauk vs.
Aiitboiiy Anna, Feijmed Issin-.. Jury find
for pliiiniill.. , . , , .
Kdwnrd l.ils-rty vs. Dr. F.T. Overdorf,
Tresspass. Continued. "
James W. Callasrher vs." William liaker,
fx'vi Keith el al vs. Daniel Kerliusey i-t
al. ejet-tnient. Jury find for defendant.
Mrs. Julia Adams vs. I). R. Moore hs
uniisit. Jury find for plaintiff
I-na W. Cob-, et al. vs. A. K. I'altoa.
f tasrevl latssewBta Jelleeo. .
We. tire iintlorsiK'ned tNtrbersof Klsms
hurjr. have a:ri--d to vlossi our resjK.i-tive
lilaees of . ImsiiM'ss on July 4tli, at. 12
oVha'k, ihkui, :inl respeit fully' notify tlie
public t.i this I'fferl. " Jtusinra will liot Tje
reMiineil until Monday," .1 iity fith. " Hoplna;
this will satisfactory to our patrons,
wt- remain Yours IJfM-ct fully,
' J. IU.Jant.
V. X. Kkka.
Ailvertiss'iiients of farmers desirinir to
ai-cotiiuiiMlate a few kuiiiiiut boarders from
the i-itv diirinir the summer months w ill !
riuti-l fiii' in the llttslurfr Dtiily Pitxt
For neat and i-heap job printing try
-AND ' i
Tbt Whole of Europe wants WHEAT.
- and the most of America wants GRASS
in abundance.' 12 leading AgricuU
, turists hare written us essas on
"How to Crow Wheat and Crass."
These, in pamphlet form, we wilt send
Free on receipt of three 2-ct. stamps.
Members of the '
and Fanner' Clubs can liave their
Fertilisers made apeclaiJy to order, at
W. S. POWELL & CO.,
CHtatrAt Fisnuin MAxriArrrsns, '
Ak'O IarvsTiss or AoaicvLTt-BAi. Cbemicaia. '
a rnrroHS HOEioii $. a
1 In the matter el the account ol Joseph ttea
ahoo. assignee f Joseph Met lee. " .
lihVing been appointed audltoj to make a ad re
port distribution el the money In the bands ol
I be aea .untant t aotlce as hereby (leea that 1 will
sit at at office In the boron- h of Kbensburg, on
Frldajr, Jaly ItHIt, at 19 o'clock, a.
at , wbea aod.. where all part'es interested may
attend. F. A. bllOEMAKKK.
Lbecsburg (unlV-St. Auditor
- The underabened will roll at private sale
pieces of real estate situate In M unster township,
Cambria county. Pa. containing' respectively
tiny six and BUr-nre acres and allowance. The
property la improved and la good state of enltl
tivailoo. and will be sold at a reasonable price
and upon easy terms. For Fnrtner particulars,
call on or address Alrln fcvans, Kuensbnrr, Pa..
r . . LUAl! UOIKJCK.
Iiecember 12 , lataj. . . Loretto. Pa.
UAnM Ft IK s&i;e.
r The subscriber offers for as In n.. farm n
nierly owned by Lvaa K. Jtennnett. deceased, la
Cambria township, three miles north el Kbens.
burg. The farm contains MS acres, about mof
which are cleared, bavins; thereon a house and
barn and a good orchard. For particulars call on
ora.ldea. . . .. . F.VAN 5. BENNETT,
tcbiar . Ebensbarg, pa.
. A-OfflcelaCvUonads Kew,oa"eBi!r7ttreeL '
Notice is hereby alvea that the County Treas
urer of Cambria couoty will attend for the pur
pose of receisiner count; and slate taxes assee4
I.Mr the year isvl at the lollowlna places of hold
ing the elections in the sespectlre districts, on
tlie the dates mentioned below.
Adlteount ol & per cent, wll I be allowed on all
taxes paid on or before Seplenieer 1st. and alter
October 1st. per cent will be added on all an
paid. Northers Dlatrlet.
South Fork borough.,
W II more borocirh.
. July 16th
. luly le-b
iy 21 n
Washlrgtoa township. Nc. 1
Wublo.i.m iownsl.lp,Xtf 'i..
a. unster township .
Chest Springs lx.ro ugh
lrcllo borough , . .
Black lick luwnb1p.
Cambrlat ""inp , ,
Clearbeld '""S'i' ,.
W b I Is townrblp ,,,
Carroll towns hip
. Augnst 4th
. .August 11th
August lit B
. August -AHh
Carroll towa boroagh
Ebensbarg. East ward.
Ebeoabarg, Vet ward.
The Deputy County Treasurer tor the Northern
district will be la the Treasurer's office. Ebens
burg.Pa.. erery Saturday beginning July 18th.
until Saturday. Aucast XI, and ever day irou
August art, thereafter.
CiMpersdale borough .
Franklin boron h
Kast Conemaugh borough
joansiowa, ist ward.
ib ward ..July Slst
tb wand . : luly nd
th ward f"iy X3rd
7th wrd. , ,,. Jul7 Sb
7th want, aioxbam dlatrlet July 37th
Bth ward ,.. , July 28th
Vlh ward lalyKh
. August 3rd
lower Yoder township,
t'pper Voder township.
J ackson townfhtp
Fast Taylor township
West Taylor township.
1 u us t lAn
Conemaugh township August 24lh
The County Treasnrer for the Sou Ui era district
will be at te office ol F. J. O'Connor, opposite
postothce. Johnstown. Ps every Saturday, be
ginnlna July lath, until Saturday. Augunt find,
and every day from August 2Mb until October
1st, lnvl. lor the accommodation ol those who
wish to pay tbelr county and state taxes.
Tresurers' ofBee, K bens burg. May lttl.
r ; -OF VALUABLE
BY virtue ol an order Issuing out cl the Court of
Common Pleas of Cambria county, the un
dersigned esslg-nee of Thomas Donahue will ex
pose to public sale on
MOMAY, JULY CTII, 189!,
AT OJSE O'CLOCK. 1. M., .
Vt tlie Court House,
In Kbeusburs;, P.. the following described eal
All tn at certain piece or tract of land situate
partly In the townships of Waablna-tun and Por
tage Cambria county, adjoining lands ol James
C. Brawler. John Brady's estate, Owen lngolds
bj and others, containing'
and having thereon erected a JLAIS'K HOT'SE,
HAY SHU) and all other neceoary outbuildings
The above land la underlaid with
VALUABLE COAL SUMS
The Coal and Minerals will be oflered separate
ly from the Surface, and the Surface. Coal and
Minerals will also e ottered as a whole, and sold
In the way la which the best price can be altaln
el. Clear ot all encumbrance .
TF.RBff. OF HALE:
One-third of the purchase money to be paid on
the conn nnallon ol sale and the balance In two
equal annual payments, with Interest, secured
upon the premises. JOHN J. MclsONNFLL.
Assignee ol Thomas Donahue.
Portage, Pa June 4. 1SU
ANNUAL 1nanclal SUtement ol the Ke-
ceipta and Kipendltures of Fbensburg
School ll strict, lamNria county. Pa., for the year
ending Jane 1st, Iffl: -
Iross amount of tax duplicate
tor school purposes , f 1,6M.2I
Five per cent, added to delln-
q uea I tax pa yers ,, 13.01
Ileduet ltmiin 48.76
JJeduct exoneratli ns 44 7
Total ( KS.a
lotai tax receipts
Cash irom former Treaearer.
Tuttioa from adjoining districts.
From other source
' Total recetpU.
Paid teact, era fl.37.0O
Paid teachers attending tnstl-
Paid water rent..
Paid salary Treasurer
Paid salary Collector
Paid alary Secretary.
Keturaed to tZommtssloners.
Pad school supplies
Balance In the treasury
Attest: E. C. Parkish. V. U. Pktcb.
" We, the "undersigned. Auditors of Fbensburg
district, Cambria county, having careiully ex
amined the above aeeounts of the Treasurer, and
them correct to the best of our koowleda-e and
belief. W. H. CON NELL,
F. W. UAV1S.
' A. J. WATl'KS,
Jane S. ltWL-St. Auditors.
fiTOTICE Is hereby riven that I have pare ased
X the follow iar articles at a tiberln's sale of
the property et . M. Baker. la Carroll township,
and that 1 have left the same with the said O.
M. Baker durlnaT my pleasure: 1 cook stove and
utensils, 1 table, 1 sink, Deb: Irs, 1 lounge. 2 beds.
lamps, beating stove and pipe, 1 plow 2 cows, l
coit. one sled, l brown mare, X gray mire, 1 set
double harness. 1 set Single harness, 1 harrow, 1
boggy, 1 wagon 1 pair wagoa ladders. 1 rake. 1
sleigh. 1 hay lork rope and pulleys. 1 a-rlndstone.
1 robe and 1 leed cutter. All persons are hereby
notified not to interfere with the same.
O. T). KELLAK
May 39. 1S9L ' La Jose. Clearfield Co.. Pa.
ASStUIV. EE'S NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given tbat Thomas Dona
hoe, of Portage. Cambria county. Pa,, by deed ot
voluntary assignment has aaslg-aed to the an
derslamed. la trust lor the Benefit ol the ereaOors
of the said Thomas Imnsboe. all the teal (state
of the said Thomas lXinaboe. AH persona In
debted to said Thomas Uouaboe are hereby no
tified to make payment without delay, and those
having claims against the same will present
them, properly authenticated, lor settlement to
me. J. J. M 'ISDN NELL,
- Assignee of Thomas Donahoe,
PorUi-e, Pa., May 19th, 1891.
EXrXJTJTUK'S NOTICE. -
Notice ts hereby given that letter testa
mentary 4n the estate el Catharine J. Mnlhollen,
late of Croyle townablp, Cambria county. Pa. do
eeaaed, having been granted U the undersigned.
All persuns indebted to said estate are notified
to make payment without delay, and those hav
ing claims will present them, properly authenti
cated for settlement.
Executor of Catharine J. Mulhollen, dee'd.
Croyle township. May w, lo:.dU
H. J.KHETTIUI. raorairroR.
Located at UaBela, Pa., near the B. K. A P.
Railway Depot. We always endeavor to fur
nish the best accommodations to business men,
pleasure seekers and boarders. Persons In search
ol somlort and quiet will fin. Ha desirable place
to stop. Tbe Table Is unsurpassed and Is always
supplied with the best tbe market affords, and
all the delicacies of the aeaaon. The Bar la sup
Piled with tbe choicest of pare Honors and Cigars
and nothing bnt the beat is sold. Special atten
tion given to the care of hereon. - -
" H.J.HBTTIsl. -
. , M. D. KITTELL,
. ' EBENSBTTKfJ, PA.
Ufflee in Armory B gliding, cpp.Cenrl lloiue.
0h, what a
Onlv ITi of tin-til
1st. Kxtra t me Dongola fl.2.
2nd, " - 1.4S
3ni, " " l'ebhletJoal 1.4S
4th. " French Kid 1.7.".
The variety we
larger demand and more selling every day
of these jiopular fabri -s.
Recent fortunate purchases from over
loaded Importers enable us ra-st qualities
LOWER PRICES than i ver before know n.
36-inch All-Wool French Chal
sies. Cream grounds (and a few daik grounds)
neat printings. 35c (The Vic quality.)
All-w.sril French Challies. 40c., St nr. and
the very Ix-st qualities, black grounds, w ith
colored printings. Very stylish and
American Printed Challies,
4c. to 25c. and al! intermediate prices
with star-like regularity.
All U-st and sjH-cial values.
Buyers of Dress Goods.
3V-ini li all-wool Plaid Suitings 25c.. 145c.
the regular price.)
50-inch Cloth Suitings, mixture 35c
sn-incli all w.l C'.olU Suitings Gray,
lirown an Tan mixture, sue.. 75-.
Handsume lino of
Engflsh Suitin"; Styles,
Light colots, 3T. inches to mi asure. 30c.,
that would commend themsi-lvi-s if prico
w as evi-a as 5ia?.
Write for samples and catalogue.
U5, 117, 119 & 121 Feileral SU
In tbe llrpbana Court of Cambria county,
i. i.. m.ti., aI iha hnt ani Anal account nf
Simon Uourad. admlnlsu-ator ol Henry reldho(I.
Having baen apdoloted Auditor tT raid court
to report distribution ol th fund in tha bands of
tbe accountant, notice u nereuj pricn -iv a
sit at my ot&ie In tbe twonicb of tbensbura: on
Sjatmr-ay , Jmm 27 tb. at iO o'clock.
A. at., lor tlie purpose oi o ir-oanc iwn iuj ouvm
ol aald avpolnnnent, wben and wbere all partial
Intflrastad mav attend or be drharred tmm rota-
lo- In on said fund. DONALD i- Dl'tTON.
K-ensbarx, Pa- June 12, L-vl. Audi lor.
TRY THE FREEMAN.
1 want FIVE THOrsANll ponnda el Wool
tub washed or unwashed. Very highest prices
will be paid, either eaah or merchandise.
m- m. Ullly Station, Cambria Co.. Ta.
A TEAR f f srtk to KfH-r
It'asch any fauaiy tatriitU piam f rtthr
afi, wIb- cm iwtl mmA a ri . v4 wbat,
n-r laMtT-rCtSo-i. will mmtn, tndMtriefMl.
barw tm cam Tkrtsa Th ea.s.si lllr $
YVsaWTral tlWirrW-l tarilaa,.w-tsP tMV M.l -Till atl-O f-imtw
th Mtanal.ipn trrmn,y ai.H,-t UaHa ym mumemn livilMrMtil.
fimt memwr .r tn aHsrriful mm las-. lmtij mn4 m.mtchiT
tmmrmm- I mrmrm mmt m wwavaw frum Tm ditrtt mt cammtj. I
lar mlrm)y tmmext mm4 mw4 mum tn.os mnt tm-rm
mbrT, b in Mkiai tvir IDN-) i ifiraaftj It a V K W
mod MUM lw. Ymli pmrUmmMrt FUEt:. A -itm mi mc.
JC C. avk-L-L .: iUx AnfftMU, MfOa.
EO. M. READE, -
. AITUKKJ;V.AT IAW,
WILL BE TWO GRAND
Chance for Gentlemen who tlesire purchasing a gyod
Suit at Little Cost. Miss it not.
an i;lk;axt suit ion tex ixu.ua
on luiiul and vet no tr ulile for anv lfetitl-uiau
irre are liftf-n ditferent patterns to seleei from, all of w liieli ate irunrauteed . Tlie
aU-rial of wliicb tliev an- made is tlie genuine imported Ficm li Worsti-d, Knirlisli
agonais. Kngli.si t !ssi meres andtilay Worsted. We liave sizes fix.m3 t lip ti II
OL'K C1IIKDKEN S SL IT SALK.
Suits from 4 i. 14. -ilii short pants, lifus-n different styles to elK-t from, at
worth fl.T.'.. We also k.--p ou hand rhildi.-n's short pants. 4 to 14. at i'J cents worth
4reuts. We also Jii-ep ou hand Ilovs Suits, from 14 to Is. at .'l.4-s ea h. 1 hsc
suits are well-uiade, of exet'lleiit material, and tiic Oest for the price in town.
OI K CARI'KT SALE.
Our Carpet sale is the greatest of ihe kind iu the State. See our IU1SH HliUS
SKLS t'AKPETS. wlii. h we are selling at :i ti-nts jmt yard. Thousands of vards
of Carpet have we sold, and tlie demand is still increasitiif. ur jiopular Hemp
Cariet we are now si-lliiig at l.". is. "Si and 23 eents p.-r yard. our Kiisr Uriels
' v. hich we formerly sold at .'ts and 4H cents, are now sold at and 40. have a.
lare stock of lucraiu t'arM-ts. the prettiest patti rns out. from 35 to .VI ei-uts a yard.
Cvlue and examine the stock.
Our Men's 1.4S n-ss Shoe, which conies in all styles, is one of the Teatc;t bar
trains ever known. Our celebrated shoe callisi the "Victor." known all over the
State of lYpiisYlvaiiiu. sold at our niuiiitnoth stire for l.75. wort h r.r.
Don't forjret that we are aireuis for the IMl'(;LAsS Mi oil Von can lind them
w ith us in all sty les and shaM's.
Hcuiember, we sell guaraiius'd. Miliil Calf-skin Shoe for f'-'.lr.
THAT ISN'T Al.!..
We have the larsri'st. fiiH-st and U-st sehtted sto k of Ladies'
iv.iintrv Wh oiitile a few of our oriel's:
c.t n. l-.Mra fine iniporieu .n
,111. 1 'iu
nK, " iKnifirola Kid
n)i. " " Cloth le ather or
have to show in the alx.vc line is immense,
come and iusjM-ct our poods.
FOR VOl'R CHILDREN.
Hoys' rood Milling Shoo. CSc.: Itoys Dress SLoin. iwe.; Mlss,-s' Fine Spring Heel
Sliocs. J1.25; Children's stnuiir Slux's. MV-. ti cl.2.".: thildren's 1 ine lip Shoes, ie.;
Infants' SIkh-s, Ithis wis'k and next). Ilk-.; Infants' TipShccs, 3.V-. and 4.s-.; Iiilants,
Yellow Tojis. witli Tips. ic.
CfWe have a full stock of the poods alxivc tiifiitioned.
FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS ONLY
We will display in our lame show-window Ml dozen of Neckwear, all the very latest
shajn-s and styles, at 2.1 rents apice. well worth fto cents, and also in our tienus
Fnrnishinp Department the larpest assortment of Negligee. Shirts, such as Madras,
Cambridge Cloth, Cheviots, Oxford Sateen of all colors. We are selling II lack Shirts
from 75c. and tip. We have an enormous stock of Donn-t Flannel Shirts which are
now being sold at 40 ceuts apiece, pleat.-d or plain. These Shirts are well worth 50c.
HARtJAINS IN KLACK SAILOR STRAW HATS.
Wc have a large, stock of black Sailor Straw Hats which we are now disposing of
at IS cents apo-ce and up.
HAVE YOi: SEEN OUR FURNITURE DEPARTMENT LATELY?
We have the newest styles iu IJi-d-Rooin Suits and our stock
lie kind in fiallit.in. Wh have Sinks. Chairs. Cuplaiards. light
bottom Chairs at .,..Y anil up. Carols oil i loins auu .Mailings in iuik
HARUA1NS IN OUR DRY titMlDS DEPARTMENT.
Ginghams, tier yard. 7c; Dress Percales, ist yard. 7c: Dress ( assmieres. per yard.
15c and 25c.: Imported Dress Cassi meres. s r yard, 5fc. and7.-.: llluck SaKi-ns. jht
vard 15c. and 2oc. One hundred pieces of Challies sold at 5c. and oc. icr yard.
They an; all durable shades, black and light.
The varietv we have have to show in Silk and el vet RibUuis is something to
talk about I'oms and examine the goods and learn our ju ices. Flannels. Calico.
Toweling. Hosiery. Extra High-Cut Corsets, etc. Ladies' Fine Underwear, Ladies
Fine Dress Kid Gloves, Nelvets and Pluhes of all styles and shades.
Ladies' Hose ithe Is-st i sold at our store 3 pair for 25 cents. Tim wearing quality
of the goods above mentioned, for the price you pay, w ill suit you all.
JJIMW & CdDe,
The Largest and Most Reliable Dealers in Cambria and Blair counties,
Buggies, Wagons, Carriages,
trls axi rm Hifey
rrAV-f7 s-.-: yrr.-yf -r.
5fcs.aia A.'iV'-'-,Cr , -
'iL'iHl';, ,lk-nH'' fVm''-- ."Aa
The Deering Junior STEEL BINDER
HINDER TWINE. The Deering Hider Tw ine runs more feet to th pound, 1 rorg.
er and smoother than any other twine made.
THE DEERING MOWERS.
New Deering. Deering Giait. Junior Ciant. One-Horse Mowers. TV..-- Mf.'Ar'ny
large wheels, wide trend, tine cnttiiig apparatus, many adjustments flfd remark..,:
light draft. They are the ix-st grass-cutting machines in the wor'd. Are v.orth do. xi
for dollar when other machines are worn out.
s!-r- . 'riff . . .K i-Y H ----Jj'-.-s.vV.vV r . "V
IIOKSE HAY RAKES,
- THOMAS HAY TEDDERS. The
Uud for Special Cireiilar and pric es of Hinders. Mower. Huygies, War n -.
Farming Mshinery, Taints, Oils and Imilding Material.
Swank Hardware Co.,
C'.r. MAIN AND BEDFORD STRELTc, J0H)Tt V. I., I.
to suit Ii I III --'l I.
1 1 .Ml
ijinues' r, j . .
excels anvthilng of
cf iTcry Pcssilo t.s:njtia.
In Strength; in Durability, '
;htness of Weight, in Reliability,
;htness of Draft, in Economy.
( KYAISELF DUMP.
j JV'KICI AL.
best Rake and Tedders kni.
(;ur j'c'it !$