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f fat ml! township.
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was killed on
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: ,1 ,st aiiep from
it He was
v his mother.
'l iny lliair met
Ti'e child had
' ti 1 i.ige and had
' in I he rear of
' - i.ead caught in
'1 'o death.
- tin e a new ad.
1 to their store
' 1 ''enter si feels.
" " ' hi 111 t he most
f ',1111 In 1 he tow n
A I. lie lo see how
' Il Lew goods.
1 1 'oiiii'y court
lifopl ielnr of
w A short
'' of his hotel at
a iawyvr and a
ire. I t,ere to col-
'' :ir I'atton. is
' el' . trie plant
w hirh will
h will fur
h'-r. aged 7.". years,
r liOlchille if. I 1...
:i "1 on Monday
r f ifht hill,, I UMru
" i:.l,ire help ar-
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"I'l. ill view ,.f . I
" hot ri-
k"ori,t, jt I
ecouies a very
Friday evening lire destroyed the lurae
?aw mill of the Lyon immber company, of
V!l!!ari1sport. The burni-d mill was situ
a ted on Muncy orrek', between Pic-ture.
j i?k and Tivoll. My hard work thr mon
kept the tire confined to the mill. Loss
alMut l.i. covered hy insurance.
The lVniisylvaiiia railroad directors
Saturday declared a two and one-half tier
cent, semi annual dividend payable on and
after May .!lst. This mean-? the distribu
tion of about :!.-::-..-,:: among about .'
hareholders About fifty-live per cent, of
ti' stock is held abroad and the rest here
laree'y in l'ennsylvania.
V. X. r.olsintjer has an ad. in this is
sue of the Fi:kkmax calling attention to
the fact that the repairing of bicycles will
be promptiy attended to at tlis shop on
Julian street, at short noMie. He keeps
a'l the necessary pieces and tools to do the
work and when in need of any repairs to
your bicycle, give him a call.
Jeweler A. W. Luckhardt, of Johns
town, has made an assignment in favor of
creditors. Luck hard fs was one of the
best and largest stores or the kii.d in t In
state. The stock carried at limes amount
ed to from f7.-.,mi to Jloo.uu. He has been
unfortunate in giving security for other
business people, who left him in the lurch.
The amount of his liabilities is about f ' -om.
Mis. Martha, wife of John Delozisr,
of Khler township, died at her home in
that township on Saturday. May Sth. 1:C.
after an illm-ss for nearly a year, aged
a .out :tU years. The deceased was a
daughter os Mr. Archibald Kirkpartiri-,
of the same township. Her remains were
interred in the Catholic cemetery at Ilas.
ings on Tuesday.
The grounds for the employes of Coul
ter - llutr, at Creensburg, who have been
given free potato patches have been
ploughed and harrowed and will be plant
ed next week. Must of the employes ac
cept, d the ground cheerfully. A few of
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,,,, inclination to accept t
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1 ueiieriius employers also
assist their men wi-.h free svd as far as
possible. To furnish ail their men grounds
for potatoes will require several hundred
acres of lands.
ort Uoyal Timrs savs! l..,i
week this town was canvassed by a
stranger tor the purpose id getting pupils
to form a class in leaching the art of paint
ing on Chinaware. He secured ijuite a
number of scholars, and after receiving
half the tuition fee in advance took his de
pal t nr.- for ot her "green" fields and pas
tuns new. carrying with him about of
his victims" money.
-(uorge Vorhauer. a driver toruhe
branch of the Atlantic U.-lining company
at Johnstown, while waiting for a shifting
engine to clear the wav over a i iossio.r
Friday, drove his team directly in front of
: 11... .... It: . . .
11, ami in- aiiu 111s leain were crushed into
an almost shapeless mass between the car
and the brick building, of Armour A: Com
pany. Vorhauer leaves a wife and siv
Hie t.usliiiij is "not ready to endorse
the resolutions crammed il,r h it..,
l.oam or Health by Messrs. Shoemaker
and F.i glehart just yet." 1 1 ignores tin
fact that Drs. Davison and Jones and Mr
amiifi luilwigare members of the board
and were present at the meeting at which
the resolution was adopted. It would
certainly take a majority to cram ,1 reso-
1 . i. ... . 1. 1 . r -
o.iuii.ii it any cramming was nec-
- 1 ne Hastings nlmiic says that Mr.
Hearer ol Sii-ii uehamia tow hship, while
pointing pin atoes one day recently, found
1 gold watch ami chain which had been
lost ly .Mr. Kd. Siiorteiicarrier, while plow -
111.. niiir years ago. .Mr. ."snorti'i. carrier
l.a I only carried the watch a few day
and after losing it had probably idowed it
low 11. Whet. found it was perfectly
niigiii ami apparently none the worse lor
its sii ange e iit i ience.
Karly Thursday morning of last week
w hile C. M . Cole, son of Postmaster Cole,
01 .-vit.uia. wasiiiiving Iriilll that idace in
I u Kois. he feil asleep and peimitted the
horses to take their owu time. Suddenly
the yoiing man was awakened by a man
who held a revolver in front of his face.
w hi Ie another man was holding the horses.
Young Cole was then robbed by one of the
men. IlispocMls wtre emptied of till in
money, a watch and a revolver.
There is trouble among th,- IV-iinsyl-
vauia railroad track foremen. Keceiitly,
in conforming to the general rule for re-
duciiig expenses, ordeis were issued lhat
each I rack foreman should dispense W illi
one man and take up the pick and shovel
himseif. Ad along the line a vigorous
k it-ti ha heen recorded and a circular let
ter has been sent to the general manager.
igned by nearly every foreman, protest
ing agatlist the order.
The examining committee of 'lie Cam
bria County Har association, coiisfsi jng of
W. Horace K.ise. K. A. shoemaker, Alvin
Kvans and F. J. O'Connor. Ksiir's.. met at
hiistovvn on Tinday. when the follow
ing named students passed their hnal ex
amination: i hal'lcs I . I.lnton, .lohu II.
Stephens and Harry Doerr, all of Johns
town. Messrs. 1 . I). Ilarker, K. H. Dayis.
and .lames T. Join, ail of FIm nsburg, and
Selah l.intou. nf .loblistowii, passed their
Mrs. Kiizabelh Fuitz. who-e serious
illness we mentioned last week, died al the
home of her son - in-law. Mr. William iar-
maii. in this p ace, 011 jniir-iiav ingtii.
Mayi.th. 1 '-'T, aged 7d years. The de-
ileaseii was a resioeni 01 .-sis uenanna
township, tint during her illness was re
moved to the home of herdaughter. in this
place, ller funeral took plaee on Sunday,
the interment being made at Fast Kidge
cemetery, near tier jl home, where me re
mains of her husband, Klisha Full., re
pose. The I'liocnix" Telephone company is
prcading out ils lines all over this portion
f the state and by May I.Mh, will have
made connections w ith Somerset, Kbens-
nirg. Johi.stown and all intermediate
points. 1 he company has also all im
putes erected for connection with Pitts
burg, and inside two months, will be oper
ating its own long distance line to that
point. The ciiiip iny has its affairs in fine
hape. and does not mean to snip with
t hese distant connections, but will soon
have ils wiles all over the state. .lll,iinl
Mrs. Kachel Crogan died Saturday at
the residence of her brother, D. A. Yaughl,
ialli 1 .1 11. of a complication t.f discuses.
Deceased was Tt'.i years old, and is survived
by one daughter. May, and these brothers:
Frank J. Yaught, of All'iona: I). A., of
; illit .in. Simon, of Loretto, and Joseph
M ., of Johnstown. She was a member of
Si. Patrick's Catholic church, of (Jallilzin, ;
w here Kciiuicm mass wascclebraled I ues
itay morning and the remains were taken
to Altooi.a for interment in St. .John's
A Ilollidayshurg dispatch, of Satur
day, says excitement was stirred up among
the unfortunate tlardner Morrow fc Co..
hank depositors to-day by a public state
ment made by T. J. Kaldridge, the attor
ney for the heirs of the late Judge James
tiardner, the founder of the bank. Mr.
Huldridge staled thai Iiev. Paul Gardner,
the pastor of the Pi esbyterian chinch, at
Sewiekley, Pa., had declined lo partici
pate in the techn'cal defense Set up in
court bv the heiis and was content that
the many impoverished deuosilors should
have his share of the estate. The estima
ted worth of the (Jardner estate is f'.tm,
t Kit) and the share of Uev. Mr. Gardner is
An authority say? it Important that
COW? bp rcgulat-iy Jaltcdi at least tvVIca a
week. If they have salt before them all
the time they will net eat more than is
good for them. This regularly jailing not
only Increases milk yield, but also makes
it wf better quality. Where cows are sail
ed regularly their milk will keep sweet
twenty-four hours longer than will milk
from cows that have suffered for lack of
Fierce forest tires were ragig all day
Sunday on the Allegheny mountain near
Wopsononock siitnmr resort. At one
time while high winds were raging the
hotel was in immediate danger. The
thunder shower on Sunday evening was
the means of subiiueing the flames and
briiuritiff them under control. A large
number of men were lighting the fire and
although considerable valuable timber was
lost, the flames are now under coutrol.
Hy a resolution of the Hoard of Health,
published it this issue, that body com
mends the voik recently done by order of
council at the borough dam. The dam is
now in fine condition and t he people of
Kbcnsburg can count on having their wat
er supply crime to them nearly as pure as
w hen it left the springs. Captain Thomas
Davis, the councilman who rini.,,,,!...!
the work without pay. deserves and re
cetyes the thanks of very fair-minded
citizen of the town.
heat flies are said to be ruining the
crop ia the neighborhood of Mark Ie. West
moieianil county. The pest is at work on
the stalks which are new about a foot in
height, and the prospect looks a little du
inous. Henry Spiker is one of the suffer
ers. He says the fly acts on the stalk.
stinging and forming a joint. This inter
feres with the free action of the sap.
When the head begins to 'ill out it breaks
011 or wn heis. I,ast year the w heat crop
was practically a failure in the same
A sensation was paused at Xinevah on
Sunday morning. While the family or,I.
J. lingers were at break fast they heard en
trancing music which they could not at
first locate. Finally they discovered lhat
the music came from their piano in the
parlor. They went to the parlor and the
instrument continued to play, though not
a person was in sight. After finishing one
tune it struck up another, frightening tlP
Indies badly. This is vouched for by Mr.
lingers and family, who are very reputable
people. They are fearful that i t for bodes
The following marriage licenses were is
sued by the Clerk of the Orphans Court
for the week ending Thuisday, May l:S
1- rank Yasbuidcr and
Yiola King. Pat-
Anna and Mary T. Campbell,
and Mary A. Lehman,
William J. Hogin
and Mary Frances
Klias Miller and Kllen Lape, Ceistown.
John Wade Koss and Clara Hell Shaffer.
Joseph Manlhe. Johnstown, and Flla J
Dominic Iligo and Mary Capazelia.
Joseph Hurley and
Charles Kvrard. Hastings, ;ilid
riiena Merlins, Carroll townshin.
Jacob K'ehn. South Fork and Annie K.
Schrifl, New Germany.
Oil Writs In t rnlrr t'ounly.
An Associated Press dispatch from . !!.
fonte says; A big oil excitement lias been
created in Milesburg. three miles west ,,f
Uellefonte, and diilling will lie begun in
the I! lid Fagle valley. About J.', years
ago a company drilled a well on David
Carr's farm. At the depth of ',mi feet oil
was struck, but the next day the tools
stuck fast in the well and as the company
had reached the end of its litianc.'s opera
tions were suspended. A few weeks ago a
practical oil man looke I over the ground
in the vicinity of Milesburg. He thinks
oil can tie found in good paving ijuanlilics
at a reasonable depth. He offen d to put
dow n a well ut his own expense if a com -p
any would lie organized and the lease of
-'.". acres of tin- Iftnd secured, tin-owner
of the land to receive one-eighth of all the
money accruing from the sale of oil. A
compapy is being organized and
A kninvlege of tin- art of housekeeping
is necessary to every woman, and it is
never too early to begin to a. .juire it.
When there are two or three girls in the
family, it is an excellent plan to allow each
one in turn to assume tin- resi.oiisil.ilit v ..r
housekeeping for a certain time. It does
not hurt tin- girls to take a measure of r...
ponsibiiity concerning household tasks
for otherwise it does them a world of
goo.i and lifts much of the burden from an
overworked mother's shoo Idi'rs. Let them
in succession have, a week :n a 1..,,..
barge of t he chamtierwork. t he mending.
the cooking, the buying, even for the
family, all. of course, under proper super
vision, and their faculties i.f reason, per
ception, judgment, disi rimiualion and con
tinuity will be more developed in one
month of such training than six mouths of
common schooling. Suit Fmm-ixni i.'.rnni-
A M'omlrrfiil liivrnllon.
The most wonderful of t he great Edi
son s many inventions is the marvelous
projectoscope, a machine that produces
on a screen, pictures of different scenes in
which tin: characters mote exactly appear
as in real life, in one the lSiack Diamond
express dashes up the track in so realistic
a manner that, one almost expects to see it
clasli off the screen into t lie audience: the
urf al Atlantic City break against, the
pier, the spray leaping into t he air ml tin
waves receding in t he most natural way.
Xearly a score of views are shown, all of
them most interesting and many very
iinusing. The projectoscope w ill be shown
it the Kbensburg opera house on Wednes
day evening. May I'.ith, under the auspices
f the Presbyterian church. Reserved
seats ure on sale at James' drug store.
Tickets 'jr. and .'!." cents.
Sometime on Tuesday night or Wednes
day morning some sneak thief entered the
lioiiseoflCx-ComniissionerJ.li. Lloyd, of
this place, t hrough a kilchen window and
carried off four dozen of eggs, a loaf of
bread and an umbrella. As it was a rainy
night the umbrella was taken, it is sup
posed, as a precaution against the incleui-
ncy of the weather. The same night
Stephens planing mill was visited, tin-
office hrohen into and a pair of pantaloons.
1 pair nf shoes and a hatchet taken. An
attempt was made 10 enter the ran man
talion through a window- but the mid
night prowlers were probably frightened
away as they left without disturbing any
1 he Koronicli flam.
The Hoard of Health having made a
thorough examination of the. work d ine
at iln- berotigh dam, on Friday, May 7,
is'.""., unanimously adopted the following
resolutions at a meeting held Monday
evening. May ls'.C.
i:Ki1nl : Thai the improvements made
at the borough dam by the council will in
sure a plentiful supply of good pure water,
and are entirely satisfactory to the Hoard
of Health, and that Thomas Davis de
serves the thanks of every citizen of Kbens
burg lor the ellicient mauiier in which the
work has bee:i done.
,Vxiir : That the foregoing resolu
tion be published in our local papers.
II. A. EOLKIIAKT,
May 11. lSOT. Secretary.
Real Estate Irannfcrn.
ChrlJtnpher J. Hantley et us. to Edward
i. Herwlnd, Richland: consideration
Assignee of Jatres A. Kirkpatrick et ux.
to Hastings Kuilding A. Loan association.
Lriditet T. Harlman et vir to Jacob S.
Edelmann. Johnstown. pk.
James P. Kirkpatrick et al. to Cambria
county Railroad company. f7.
Samuel Pleasants el ux. to . Richard
Dowling. Allegheny. $l.tr,'5.
1 1 - 1 . . .
iiiniam ivayior, oy the sheriff, to
Join liannan, Allegheny, -:7.
A. J. Moxam et ux. to Fritz Warshem
sky, Richland, ft').
Andrew E rkenrodeet ux. to Adam Fees
Susan Kelly et vir to E. C. Dillon,
Joseph Meloy et ux. to Michael Hupf.
Roxbury, $ loo.
George I . Mitchell et ux. to Emil Jus-
tinus. Dale, 91.1011.
William A. P. Wilson, trustee, to.Tosiab
Miller. I'pper Yoder, $si7.
Henry Clark et ux. to Cathorine Diffen
bach, Coiiemaugli tow nship. $7011.
Michael Thomas et ux. to Sarah A.
Margaret Thomas to E. S. Gramblimr.
South Fork. $-7r.
Executor of Daniel Weaver to Daniel S.
Custer, Richland, $'.'.
Daniel S. McAnulty et ux. to Sadie J.
McMillen. Karni-boro. $."(.
Harvey Livingston et ux. to Catharine
M. Say lor. Roxbury, f-.tn.
Conrad Wenderoth et ux. to Xicholas J
Royer, Wiluiore, fiVm.
Charles Von Liiiien et ux. to John S.
Collins, Stonycreek, 3.HI.
W. A. Crist el ux. to Daniel McGaughey,
John W. Owens et ux. et al., to Teresa
Ellen O'Hara, Minister, ft.
D. H. Sharp to Agatha Hrown, Wash
Abe! Lloyd et 11 x. to Ehensburg and
Rlacklick Railroad company, Cambria,
J. II. I'.aiun to Frank M. Kaiiiii, Susque
hanna, f l'l.
Isaac O. Rowlands et ux. to Citizens'
Loan V Ruildiiig association, Johnstown,
A Ten liny Exriirniitn
I In-last of iln- 1 -n nsy I viin i;i Kailroutl
in p;iii y s Spring excursions to Washing
ton will leave liitsl)iir;r May (). s;i7.
l.'oiiinl-ti ip tickets, jrood within ten days
and permitting a stop-over in ISaltiinore in
either direction wilhir. limit, will be sold
at rates iiioted below, good for use going
on special train, or on 1 rain No. 4 le:ivimr
I 1 1 isliuri; a t s. I'l i-. m turning on any
regular train excent the 1Viiiisv1v:iii!k
Limited. Special train of parlor cars and
day coaches will be run on the following
T . Ci
lohlistown in i;,
: 'resson it us
A It (ion a 1 1 in
Wash i ng t on Arrive 7. 1 ."
1 ' il 1 1 in .i n siiH-pinir cars will be run
through on night train leaving 1'ittsburg
ut : 10 i-. i
Should the number of passengers not be
snllicieiit to warrant the Turning of a
special train, the company reserves the
the riuhi to can v participants in this ex
cursion on regular train.
Tickets on sale iu I'ittsbnrg. at I'uion
Ticket ollice, :ii'( l-iftfi avenue, and I'nion
stai ion, and at stations mentioned above.
For full information apply to agents or
Thomas K. Walt, passenger agent western
district. Fifth avenue and Smithlield
A Haj Mt
Aii iein is going the rounds takn from
a correspondent of tin Altoona Timet in
which t In- correspondent proceeds to teil
the origin of the inline of the town of Fru
gality, in this county. He says: "This
writer was engaged in 1M7 cutting timU-r
and making rafts in that wild region for
Iloliiday .V' Iliiigtiaiu. One day Mr. Hol
iday said to t his individual that w will
give the place a name. ".Now," said Alec,
'we are frugal people and we know 'the
boys ate frugal, then why not name this
place -Frugality V" We all thought that
Alexander w as very mean, but we consent
ed, and the new place was named Frugal
ity." The fact of the matter is that the tract
of land upon which Frugality stands was
called Frugality" in the original patent
from the Commonwealth, iu accordance
with a custom prevailing of giving names
lo tracts of land, long before either the
Tiuu corresf oiidcnt or Alec. Iloliiday had
set fool in that wild region. If the cor
respondent of the Time ami Alec. Ilolii
day were there in lsjs, which we do not
doubt, they may have agreed "to make it
unanimous"" tint the name bail originated
and got there long before either of them.
feaaf ae of Kfglrrl.
ne of tde most shocking cases of neglect
comes from (.'berry tree. Indiana county.
( h irles King, an aged ami dependent citi
zen of that place, is dying. For several
months lie has been suiTcrmg from dropsy
and recently his I. ft fool swelled to such
immense proportions that it actual')' burst
the llesb. decomposition followed and
several of bis toes have litlerally rotted
oil". The poor overseers of the borough
learned of his horrible condition only a few
davs ago and have now employed Dr. Frn
est Fi hard to look after the case. When
the physician made an ex limitation of the
ill-composed member be found squirming
maggots In the foot eating Ihe human
flesh. Amputation of the member was
considered the only chance of saving the
old man's life, but bis condition would not
warrant such a measure. Death is certain
md will soon come, lie is being aided
by the borough during bis last days, and
death alone will put an end to bis horrible
The patient was married to Mrs. Tillie
Sylvanus, a character who tormerlv re
sided in Indiana, a little over a year ago.
Alont I lie 4'lilrk.
.1 list about t his season of the year w hen
many of our readers are engaged in caring
for their lirst brood of young cliinkens,
the following concerning the period of
incubation may be of interest:
The development of a chick within the
egg is one of the most wonderful tbii.gs in
nature. At the end of the (if ty-eighlh
hour of incubation the heart begins to beat,
two vesicles are seen and a few hours
later the auricles also appear. On Ihe
fourth day the outlines of the wings may
be perceived and sometimes of the head
also: on the liftb day the liver is visible;
on the sixth other internal organs appear.
In I'.nt hours the beak is fully formed; in
Jim hours the ribs are clearly developed;
in "-.'!' boors the feathers are visible; in ".lis
hours the eyes appear; iu '-'ss the ribs are
completed and the feat hers on the breast ;
iu .';:!' the lungs, stomach and breast have
assumed natural appearance. On the
eighteenth diy the lirst faint piping of the
cbicb is some limes audible.
Tlie tiokina uf an onlinary clock in a
room one mil- away was distiin tly heard
tliroiiKli Hie application (if a telephone
transmitter Invented by I. A Fleminiint,
of thi; Iiuliaiia Normal school, in a lest
the other day. Fleniniiiis?, who has been
working on his transtnilter since last fall,
claims that changes in temperature ca u
tiot atT.- t linea un w hich his invention is
placed, and that the hollow and mu tiled
sounds so common on the ordinary 'phones
have been tliuiinaled. lie has applied for
It's the same tlnnjr
if you pay too much
lu' of course the
money is thrown away
TV, i i J
11 ?- . i ijuiuk and easy
--. j 1
u kj enipiy your I
purse, hut is it business?
Isn't it a better plan to
save a little here and
there on yourpurehases,
leaving a reserve fund
111 your purse?
A strong feature of our business and
we insist upon it's being carried out to
Ihe letter is that every item leaving our
store must be of the right tiualitv. and
LOVEST POSSIBLE PRICE.
Every style right every value of the
best. Men's Linen Collars (the newest
styles) each 10 and 15 cents. Men's
link cuffs, pair 25eenb3. String ties
the newest colorings wash goods, each
o to u cents. lute lawn band bows
15 cents. Cuff holders, pair 15c. Sus
pendersline qualiey an exceedingly
good value, pair 15 to 50o. Best muslin
dress shirts fine linen bosom, all poinle
strengthened each 50c to f 1 00. Un-
laundered white shirts special value
patent stay, each C.5c. The newest
Negligee 6hirts worn with white col
lars pretty patterns, each 50c. Men's
Negligee shirts at 25c and up. Men's
night shirts, each 50c. Men's Baldrig
gan underwear extra value per gar
mem, Joe. Men's Black cotton hose-
double heel, pair 10c.
IT IS CLOTHING
lo buy your clothing from us. Every
miii in our stort; every price bears
us out in this assertion. Suits that
are becoming of fashionable materials
of proper styles the absolutely
"W'orth-Your-Money" kind they're at
our store. Men's Suits at -2 mi n,l nr.
II y 8 suits at 75c and up.
J. B. Bllmr & Sod,
JOS. HOPE 4 CO.
Destroyed bv Fire.
Our store-buildingand its entire
contents were totally destroyed bv
lire on Monday, May 3. This will
explain the delay which may have
occurred, in some cases. Iu tilling
We bave secured new quarters,
only three doors from former lo
cation, and shall be doing business
as usual within ten days. Mean
while, we are filling mail orders
aeain with usual promptitude.
If vour requests for samples
were not attended to, it is because
your letter was destroyed. As all
records have been lost, we would
ask our old mail-order customers
to send us their names and ad
dresses on a postal card, in order
that our Special Announcements,
and other matter may reach litem
PENN AVENUE AND Firm STREET,
Nol ire ti heretiv kItsd. that, havlnu twn tp
I inleil KUliltnr 1.T the OrphaoC Court oM'kui-
I Tin n.umj . to nielritiute the IudiI In tho hnmla
ol niirliHel Mood, executor ot the Iist Wilt and
'I'erlBii.eiit nt Jamea NiHin, dereaej. as shown
I'jr bis mnmnt. 1 will alt at m t ottlre In the r
uuvb o I Kin ncl.urK on MliNHAV, MAY 24TH.
im, al III o i'Iim'K. a. M . lor ihe purpose ol ills
charitlnir the duties ol said aiilotmeDt. when
and where all persona interested shall attend cr
te loiever debarred Iroui eouilni; In on said lund.
M M. Al 1 LKS,
I -rt tern of administration opon the estate of
Frank I. Mover., late oil 'reain tOTTosbip. 'am-
lria county, lereai'ed. navlnn heen xranle.l to
the unilemlKiieil . noltco In lierety Riven lo at'
perron intltel tu fiatit estate to make payment
without delay, and thoe havlnic rlalms acaloat
tlie Same wl pretient them duly aut hente-aled
to JAM-, K. MOVKr , adinlnutratiix'.
Ihomah .1 iikll. A Horner. 1'resson. Pa.
JoIidkUiwd. !., April a I8U7. 6t.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The annual meetinu of the utock hold era of the
Kl ent.tui it MuildtDK i 1D a.xorlalion w I II be
helil un NONIIAY MAY VI, A. D , 18V7. at 8.3". r.
m.. at the office tn liHtY IiuIIiIIdk. lor the wur
L'Oe of eleotiDir ofttrern and direriora for the en-
kuiiii; year and to transact am-h ot er hu"lneii an
limy Do necessary. I.tSTtK LAKIMtK,
Ma 11, V7. 'tl. Secretary.
INIncrl I aiaieeiaa Not Iron.
irilY .ay retail price! LETTS will take
yy your order lor a Kirst I'lafa sewing uia
cliiue. warranted T vu lor t U.00
I'llE KIenst.o Kufldlnc ai l-oan Association
will oiler for aale at the Kej Bulldm. Kb
enshurn, on the :ourth Monday In May,
tt.oou.ou. THUS. UA VIS,
L.BKTBK I.aKiMBB. Secrewry. frealdent.
AT THE OLD RELIABLE.
Everybody, and especially the oyster-lorlna:
iroile ol Elenstiuric. are Inriteil to call at Kohl.
McHreen'a Old Kei table Kustaurant, when they
wnt xikhI, truh Ujitcri, b; me pint, quart or
icallon. Or yuu can nave them stewed or t ried,
all at the lowest price. 'reah Oyster every day.
r rrs . -i
Alicia iu arieiy 01 stock, nualilv and t. rices, the .rrnaff
Produce to be found within 30
This space will keep you in
very low prices all through this
W. H. WESTON,
Powers, Threshers and Separators, Iron and WooiPPumns
Fence Wire, Etc., Etc., 4 '
EBENSBURG, - - . PENNA.
o x P-
O i ;
oq P in
Don't vou know that vou i-.in have il.i.s..
decayed ami offensive teetli restored lo a
healthy condition at a
Very Moderate Cost ?
Don't you know that I an do vour den
tal work A ureal deal cheaoer than vou can
yet il done elsewhere?
Don't you know that it is a very danger
ous tbinit to take I'bloioform. Klber or
If you don't know, come to nit oflice anri
I will demonstrate to vou the truth of the
a bo ve.
This is the only safe anaesthetic know n
to-day to the dental profession. I bave
the exclusive right of Hbensburi;. Teeth
extracted Ksitively without pain.
Teeth tilled with cold, (1 and up.
Teeth filled with alloy, cents and :Vi
Teeth filled with Silver, 2." cents and
Teeth cleaned. 2. cents' and ."Ml cents.
Teeth extracted. -.'."" cents.
t;OLD CKdWXS AS I.OW AS ."i.Oi.
Gold Filling, Crown and
Bridge Work a Specially
Feelinu confident that lioth prices and
work will prove satisfactory, I solicit your
Julian St., Ebensburg.
for all cases. Full
line of medicines
always on hand.
Agent for Health
He storing Crescent
W. tl. BOLSINGER,
May 14 V7. 4m
. . .
All Heavy Gccdc in
..... ,.,r5o ou.,,1
Fresh Clean K
We will not buy unclean e or Uniio, u - n.
and white, no .natter how deafo'r ? -1, at W "5
them and wp V , as we -ot sell
ana 'e, '"e a fair understanding is onlv iu;t m
the persons who take c tro ..r,i ' J lo
bet results A , i , eP to produce the
uct results. A poor horse does not brin the nrice of
good one, even if he sells at all. Why houM produce
Occasionally markets will l.a A,w.i,., 'roauce-
jrood mn.u tr nrn...
J " i'tvwuvc.
touch with our stnr htr
nm. ' . J
e can save vou
mtooffisig and Spoutin
Special lYotier to
To inform all Hie renders of this paper
and the public in general that wc have
op-ncd out a Iar-c new line of nnh in our
New Store room. Corner Ili-rli and Centre
streets. Our first floor is devoted to Drv
(woods, S merries. Hats, Shoes ami all sueli
articles needful in evervdav life. On the
second floor wc havea lar-e room for Car
pets, oil cloths, window shades, trunks and
goods of that description, our rooms areall
well lighted so yon can sec what von are
buying, and we invite you to make an in
spection of our rooms as well as our goods,
we want you to come and see us whether
you want to "buy ..r n.,t. We .vhall take i.leaure in showing
yoa thr..u"h the l.uil.lin, an.l sh-.w y,,u what we thhJok 13
one of the most complete huil.lins in the county. Every
body is invite.1 ami all will be made welonie.
We can now show you Ihe best assortment of Fine Spring Cloth
ing in Cambria connty ami ut prices that will surprise you. Men's
all-wool Suits from --5 up. Children's all-wool Suits from $1 to
$5. No matter whether yoa are lean or fat, short or tall, we can
fit you Our increasing business compelled us to enlarge our room
an.l we have also increase.! our stock. We can now show you a
much larger assortment of fine goe.ls than ever before. Our this
season's Clothing has heen marie especially for us and is equal to
any merchant tailor's make. Our Gents' Furnishing Stock was
never so complete. We also carry the best line of Shoes in Cambria
county. A visit to our store will convince you that the best place
in the county to buy well-made, nice fitting Clothing, Gents Fui
nishings and Shoes is with us.
Let Us Reason a Linta.-
If your hirsi rasts :t slu-, yoti yet a liors- s,lin-r to r-svt it.
If vi.ii H.-.-.1 a jM-ri-l.-xim; l,r.il itoslion s..lvsl, yuii p. to a Iawver.
If vim fall ill vou havt- a
i' ur to it-ii you
It is their Experience and Skill You Pay For.
Tli.'ti why make an ex.--.ti.n in tli- iin-iias- of votir Irturs? If V(u hv a familr
r-, i.e or a l.rt-s. ii.ii..ii i.. till, .i.-,-s, Havotin- Kxtrai Ls, ItUW l'at-iu Mexli
i-iim-s, or anvtlinii; to tm-li:LM- that a Molt- leVote.i to Iru1.'s; ,u'v i"
folly o tnt"iinl oualitv with inantit an.l ir-t an iiift-riorartit Ul
MTW'l-: IIAN E I in: U1T. '
Who cm think
cf nie Miii:iie
thlrur to liauntr
ProtK-t your llea.: thrr may brinx you wealtaw
WH1 JdHN WfciliF.KtiCK.N A tH.. Falrlt AtCuts
neya. Washinirum. 1. f"T thi-lr fl.ai rixe utlac
aoil tlat of two imutlraU luveauoua ""1ti1
for Cash or strictly fancy
for Fine Color, Worked SoliJ
Clean Vegetables, etc., etc.
- v.tiui, even with
prices and describing sro;U XPT!
mom - v n 1, i. -
j v,jr guousj aaa give you
wlia to take.
DAVISON'S - DRUG - STORE
M'HK KaaaaiAB and the Stui Weekly P'ttabarr
1 Pmrr at only ri lO a year. All the Bea.
aSEKTS WAITED VAVsmrwyr