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EBENSBURa AND CRE390H RAILROAD.
. . MAndT. Mav 29th. 1865.
nn ana unci rf
this road -will run. as follows :
At 6.00 A.M., connectn
A and Mail East, and
ine with Day Ex.
und Mail East, ana &ne wan esi.
--. 1 117 A
. ,,3p ., connecting w:a aiBii ni
A and Erie Mail East.
T ,VE cresson
it 11.00 A. M., or on departure of Mail
it 8 50 P.M., or on departure cl Phila.
Ercni.vos. The sale of Seven-Thirty
Bonds by the First National Bank of
Johnstown amounts to over $180,000....
The corner-stone of a new English Evan-
gjical Lutheran churcn was iaia, wuu
tppropriate ceremonies, in Johnstown on
Sunday week... .The people of Johnstown ;
are going to give a grand dinner to
their returned soldiers en the Fourth.... I
The Hollidaysburg Standard says it
would like to indulge in the luxury of a
rev fent of type, but don't see how it cau
afford it, unless the price of materials de
cline or its editor is elected to Congress
As neither of these contingencies i? prob
tble, we suppose the Standard will have
aflutter its accustomed rags to the breeze
for an indefinite length oj timo to come.
...The Dem. County Convention of Blair
county convenes at Hollidaysburg on the
id August. The Union Convention con
venes at the place on the 15th day
of July... William S. Campbell, proprie
tor of the "St. Lawrence Hotel," Phila.,
Eed on the 12th instant, aged 50 years.
He was at one time Superintendent of the
Portage Railroad, and was well and favor
ably known iu this oounty, where he resi
ded for a period. Maj. James Potts and
Col. John i Liutoa announce themselves
as candidates fvsT the ofSce jf Assembly
man, subject to tfre decision of the Dem.
Co. Convention of Cambria county. John
P. Barnes, Esq , is a candidate for the of
fice of District Attorney... Tlie "Howard
Dramatic Troupe are catching it fron
Try quarter. Tha Iudiaua papers de
nounce their performance as a humbug,
and the Blairsville pspcr says they rau
away from that town without paying their
lotcl and printing bills !.. Last week's
tusuo concluded the twentieth volumo of
jhe Huntingdon Globe. The only harm
e wih it is that it may live twenty years
longer, always remaining the same vigor
ous, independent paper it now A new
pastes jjv car has been placed on the
Hollidaysburg branch tiltod...Mr.Tom
Davis, a member of the 12th regular iD
fantry, has arrived home here, after a long j
and arduous term of service in the field. J
He was an inmate of various rebel prisons I
for eighteen months, and looks Bomewhat
the worse of the wear, but a season of rest J
and quiet among his friends is probably
all that ia required to "set him up again."
The authorities of this boro. are rcquiri
property-holders to securely close upall
Bulteirantan entrances fronting on (the
weets 01 tne boro. As two ot cur
zens have already been killed by falling
into these roan-traps" of nights, the jus
tice of this measure cannot be questioned.
..Lost, on the streets of Ebensburg, on
Tuesday last, a yold chain, with cross at
tached. Tfce under will be liberally re
Warded bj Unvlog it at this office.... See
Tux New Horror.-We last week
toade mention in these columus of the
tumor that a man had W m;.a u 1
ti wife at Pine Flat, unfriendly relations
baving theretofore existed between the
The Indiana American throws the
tollowine addiUnn-i i
TT v 6 matter :
V. bvana, a minister of the Disciples
9 M l 1 at, Indiana county, o
Othhlth L. 11.. '
7 ' . lh lnslt, was taken su
denly ill with
- -r "'oppareniiv inauc
uaviK taken tntn 1.:.
b "Ken lDtO hi (.tnn,nl,
fuuous suostancc. It
h; -t . ".ecn nimson ana
M wujiupu to tne county
"i-i, !- ar la e J . 1 A. 1
fi-VA r m
DU,ue comessioos. but as thA
undergo a judicial investiga-
) e refrain frnm oil e ...: I
riei iu ""'uiisea or ero- l
l surmises or sto-
and added to
every time they
Em as Ba.tr f n..,.
2 f Ete-brg for . 8hort
itRr)Vt A .
h the A 1 WCek iD Jefferson county,
fiindir j WUiFuciiy in tne Paul
WJer' and bought here
UW0 on Saturday. He
Ihcr. i""1. 01 le coun-
U8Pcted of ?T th.ree Per60DS in jail
d, 1 "'C'Pttion in the horrible
The Ovation to Our Soldiers on
the Coming: "Fourth." Programme
for the Day." -The Committee appointed
by the Ladies of Etensburg to superin
tend the oration to be given oar soldiers
on the Fourth of July, beg leave to re
port that the following programme has
been agreed on :
Trayer Rev. Win. Lloyd.
Reading of the Declaration of Indepen
dence Phil S. Noon, Esq.
Oration Rev. R. 8. Christy.
OratioD, (Welsh) Rev. M. E1H3.
Oration Rev. T. C. Wilson.
Oration. (Welsh) Rev. D. Evans.
Oration Rev. A. Baker.
Benediction Rev. L. Powell.
The exercises to be interspersed vyith
vocal music by choir under leadership of
Profs. Hugh H. Hughes and John How
ells, and instrumental music by Ebeni
burg Martial Band.
The dinner will be given in Lloyd a
Grove, immediately south of the Railroad
Depot Dishes to be uncovered at pre
cisely one o'clock, p. m.
On the good old epicurean principle
that the physical man should be minister
ed to in preference to the intellectual, the
dinner will precede the speeches
Baskets containing eatables should ar
rive on the ground at 10 o'clock, a. m.
Persons bringing plate and dishes are
requested to report the number and na
ture of the same to the Committee, who
will keep a register thereof, and 6ee that
none be lost.
It is deemed unnecessary here to make
a formal appeal to the public in behalf of
this ovation to our brave boys. The bare
announcement that such an ovation is to
be tendered, we feel confident, will bs
sufficient to cause one and all the peo
ple of the town as well as country to vie
with each other in liberality on the occa
sion. All returned soldiers of Ebensburg and
vicinity, of whatever term of service, are
cordially invited to be present. Every
arrangement will be made looking to their
comfort and enjoyment.
Citizens are also invited to come.
The ladies are expected to be on the
ground early, to assist t he Committee ih
the discharge of their duties.
In the evening, a grand display of
Fireworks will come off.
Oa behalf of the Committee,
D. I. EVANS, Chairman.
Real Estate Operations. The
Hollidaysburg Register of last week says :
'la addition to the sale of a 600 acre
tract for $25,000, made by A. L. HclJi
day, which we noted last week, George
Bingham, Esq., has sold 650 acres on
ClearfieldjLjreek, near Holliday's tract, lor
40,000, and Mr. James Condron has
sold 100 acres to Mr. Joseph Irvin, on
the same creek, for $4,000. All these
lands are coal and timber lands, which
will be opened up by the Alleghany Coa
and Mining Company's Bailroad, which it
isejrpected will poon be under way.
UdituarV. llobt. Walker Kerbev
died June 4th, 1865, at the residenco of
his son, Geo. V. Kerbey, "Wilmore sta
tion, Penna. Railroad, aged 79 years, 10
months and 21 days lie was born in
Bristol, England. lie Was for about for
ty years a consistent member of the Pres
byterian Church. His remains were ta
ken to Chambersburg, his old residence,
Married : On Tuesday, 20th instant,
at Loretto, this county, by Rev. T. S
Reynolds, Mr. Thomas Callan, of Eb
ensburg, to Miss Mary Reqina Ma-
QUIRE, of Lorettn.
Wo conSraluIato friend Thomas,
and be9Peak for him R loD6 fe and a
merr one ith uninterrupted prosperity
to the end.
Married : At the Cathedral, in Pitts
burg, on Tuesday morning, 20th inst., by
the Right Rev. Bishop Domenec, John
E. Scanlan, Esq., to Miss Josephine
M. Johnston, both of Ebensburg.
Ohl married love! each heart shall own,
Where two congenial souls unite.
Thj golden chains inlaid with down,
Ihy lamp with heaven's own splendo
Dem. Co. Convention. P. SNoon,
Esq., Chairman, &c, gives notice thro'
the opposition newspapers that the Dem.
Co. Conventiou for Cambria county will
mAflt in "KKrnaKnro nn ATnrlair ?M Ttilw
1 - j , - v
DOminSLie a county ticket, &o., &c.
Ova TABLE.-Godsj's Ladj'a Book
month is also to hand.
They are both superior numbers.
No Paper Next Week. In order to
afford our printers opportunity to proper
ly celebrate the "Fourth," no paper will
be issued from this office next week.
Died : In Cambria township, on the
24th instant, Eveline, daughter of R.J.
and Jane Evans, aged 8 years.,
Cool : the weather, latterly;
TrampVranip I Tramp !
.j. .POPULAR BONO.
In the"prison-cell I sit,
" Thinking, mother dear, of you,
And our bright and happy home so far away,
And the tears still fill my eyes
Spite of all that I can do,
Tho' I try to cbeer my eomrades, and bo gay.
Tramp, tramp, tramp, the boys are marching,
O, cheer up, comrades, they Will come ;
And beneath the starry flag
We shall breathe the air again
Of the ireeland, in oar own beloved home.
In the battle-front w stood,
"When their fiercest charge they made,
And they swept us off, a hundred men or more
But before we Teached their lines
They were beaten back dismayed,
And we heard the cry of vict'ry o'er and o'er.
So, within the prison-cell,'
We are waiting for the day
That shall come to- open wide the iron door,
And the hollow eye grows bright,
And the poor heart almost gay,
As we think of seeing home and friends once
A Good Compleioit. No one can
be said to be devoid of beauty whopos
sessea a good complexion. In our varia
ble climate, it is almost the exception,
and our ladies in the bloom of years have
outlived this, their greatest charm. Their
skins become harsh, sallow and abraded,
and the enlarged pores fill up with disfig-
urincr snecks. Gresorie'a Enamel of
America most effectually corrects this, im
parting to the roughest and ugliest skin
the delicate coloring and smoothness of a
child's. It removes from its surface all
discolorations, whether appearing as freck
les, ian or morpbew, leaving it white,
clear and blooming. Soldiers returning
from the wars will find it most effective
in removing tan and sunburn. For sale
at Thompson's, Ebensburg.
"Who Wants to Buy? -Dr. Walter
Bell, of Snmmitville, will sell at public
sale, on Friday July 14tb, at 3 o'clock, p.
m., his house and lot situated in the cen
ter of the "Cresson grounds." The loca
tion is a most excellent one for a hotel or
Tiie SiSGEtt Skwixq Machines. Oar Letter
A Family Setciny Machine is fast gaining a
world-wide reputation. It is beyond doubt
the best and cheapest and most beautiful of
all Family Sewing Machines yet offered to the
public. 2o other Family Sewing Machine has
so many useful appliances for Hemming,
Binding. Felliug, Tucking, Gathering, Gaug
ing, Braiding, Embroidering, Cording, &c. No
other Family Sewing Machine has so much
capacity for a great variety of work. It wjl
sew all kinds of cloth, and with all kinds of
thread. Greatand recent improvements make
onr Family Sewing Machine most reliable, and
most durable, and most certain in action at
all rates of speed. It makes the interlocked
stitch, which is the best stitch known. Any
one, even of the most ordinary'capacity, can
see, at a glance how to use" the letter A Fam
ily Sewing Machine. Our Family Sewing
Machines are finished in chaste and exquisite
style. . -
The Folding Case of the Family Machine
is a piece of cunning workmaoship of the
most useful kind. It protects the machine
when not in use, and when abont to be oper
ated may be opened as a spacious and sub
siantiai tauie to sustain the work. While
some of the Cases, made out of the choicest
woods, are finished in the simplest and
chastest manner possible, others are adorned
and embellished in the most costly and superb
It is absolutely necessary to see the Family
Machine in operation, so as to judge of its
great Capacity and beauty.
tt is fast becoming as popular for family
sewing as our Manufacturing machines are
for manufacturing purposes.
The Branch Offices are Well supplied with
silk, twist, thread, needles oih &c, of the
k t. i .
veijr ucab quality.
Send for a Pamphlet.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
wo uroaaway, iNew rorK.
.PHILADELPHIA Office. 810 CHEST
C. T. Roberts, AofeST EBfeSSBtrid.
March 9, 1865.-Iy.
JLi Letters testarhentarv on the estate of
uavm J. rivans, late of Cambria township.
Cambria county, deceased, having been gran
ted the subscriber by the Register of said
county, all persons indebted to said estate
are hereby notified f o make payment of their
respective accounts, and those having claims
against it will present them, properly autben
treated, tor settlement.
DAVID M. EVANS, Executor..
Cambria Tp., June 29, 1865-6t
ADMINISTRATORS'. NOTICE. ,
Letters of Administration on the es
tate of William Douglass, Esq., have been
granted to the subscribers by the Register of
lamuna county. Persons owing said estate
will please make payment, and those having
claims against it will present them, properly
authenticated, for settlement.
JOHN II. DOUGLASS,
The following petitions for Tavern Li
cense have been filed in the office of the'
Clerk of the "Court of Quarter Sessions of
Cambria county, and will be presented for the
action of the Court on the 6th July, 1855.
James Henry, Alleghany tp.
P. F. Gibbons, "
Jofin Wilkins, Washington tp.,
JOS. M'DONALD, Clerk.
June 22, 1865.
Four STEERS, each one year old, one of
them with a white face, and one Heifer, one
year old, having the left ear cropped, strayed
frm tne premises ot tne subscriber, about
six weeks ago. Any person returning tbem,
or giving information where they can be
found, will be liberally rewarded
Cambria tp., June 22, 1865.-3t.
HE WORLD CHALE&GED
TO PRODUCE ITS EQUAL !
LINDSEY'S iMpaovED BLOOD-SEARCHER,
TOR THE CUBE OF All.
Diseases Arising jrom an Impure state of
the Blood I
BTJCH A9 :
Scrofula, Cutaneous Diseases, Tetter Af
fectionsPimples on the Face, Cancer
009 Formations, Erysipelas, Boils,
Old and" Stubborn Ulcers, Sore
i Eyes, &c, &c, &c.
"We make no claims to having discovered
a Pasaca" or 'Universal Remedt" for
all the ailments to which flesh is heir ; but
we do claim what countless facts have fairly
and fally established; that in the
the afflicted will find a 'Staxdakd Mbdictke,"
one' upon which they can rely as a sure spe
cific for all the diseases for which it is re
commenced. I have this day, October 7tb, 1864, disposed
erf my entire interest in J. M. Lindsey's IM
PROVED BLOOD SEARCHER to R. E. SEL
LERS & CO., together with the right to use
my name in it3 preparation. The only genu
ine article will hereafter be prepared by them
exclusively. J. M. LINDSEY.
R. E. SELLERS & CO., PITTSBURGH, PA.
i Sole Proprietors.
gELLERS' LIVER PILLS!
(77 Original, only True and Genuine.)
Have stood for thirty yfars a Staple Rem
edy, unequaled by any medicine known for
the- cure of Liver Complaint, Costiveness,
Sick Headache and Bilious Disorders, ana
indeed for the whole class of diseases origi
nating in biliary derangements.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The original, only true and genuine Liver
Pills are prepared by R. E. Sellers, ana have
his name in black wax upon the lid of eich
box, and his signature on the outside wrap
per all ethers are counterfeits or base imita
R. E. SELLERS & CO., Proprietors,
rpiIE GREAT INTERNAL REMEDY
TOR THE EFFECTUAL CCRE Or
Rheumatism," Gout, Neuralgia, King's Evil,
Tetter, Scald Head, Ring Worm, &c,
JOHNSON'S RHEUMATIC COMPOUND;
AND BLOOD PURIFIER.
Let the Suffering Read, and Cease to Despair.
Mr. Johnson Dear Sir : This is to certi
fy that by using three-fourths of a bottle of
your RHEUMATIC COMPOUND and BLOOD
PURIFIER, I was completely cured of Chronic
Rheumatism, alter having suffered for more
than eighteen years. It has been over tour
years since I was cured, And I have not felt
the slightest symptoms of its return.
I remain yours trulj,
No. 19 James Btreet.'
Allegheny Citt, May 3, 1864.
It stands unequaled by any medicine now
before the public for the cure of the above
' Read the following extracts and testimo
jggy All who use it receive benefit.
JJSF It cures where all other remedies fail,
fgy- No other remedy has become so pop
ular. Jp5f It gives universal satisfaction.
JtSgfThe proof is most abundant.
0T It is the only sure cure for Rheuma
t&" It is destined to supersede all others.
It Is prescribed by Physicians.
jpelt is recommended by Physiciana.
jy In truth, it ia a perfect benefactor.
R. B. SELLERS it CO., Sole Proprietors,
-JET PHYSICIANS SPEAK!
SELLERS' VERMIFUGE jtui fisst IN USE !
HERE IS TIlE PROOF.
Licking Station Ay
Mr, R. E. Sellers : Your Vermifuge pos
sesses more virtue than any I ever used. I
will state a case where I gave one vial. My
brother's child was pining and wasting to a
mere skeleton. In thirty-six hours. after I
gave the Vermifuge, the enormous quantity
of upward of six hundred worms were passed.
I-The child that was given up for lost is now
as well as any in the neighborhood.
AMBROSE AIINETT, M. V.
R. E. SELLERS 4 CO., Sole Proprietors.
Sgy The above is sold by Druggists" every
TAYLOR & CREMER,
AT THE HUNTINGDON NURSERIES.
Sell Fruit & Ornamental Tress. Vines .tr. nf
better growth, larger size, and atlower prices
than any of the Northern or Eastern Nurseries
naa varrant mem true to name.
Standard ADnle trees at 1 Si rent arU
. 4 ' f "
$16 per 100.
Peach trees. 19 to 20 rt enoh r.n tn
Standard Pear trees, 50 to 3 cts oach.
Dwarf Pear trees, 50$to$l each 20 to $6
Dwarf Apple trees, 50 to 75 cts each
Standard Cherry trees 37 J to 15 cts .
Dwarf Cherry trees 50 to 75 rta.
Plum trees 60 cts.
Apricot trees 40 to 50 cts.
Nectarine trees 25 cts each.
Grape Vines 25 cts to $1.
Silver Maple trees 62 J to $1.
European Ash,- 75 to 1.
European Larch, 75 cts to 1.50 ' '
Norway Spruce, 50 cts to $1.
American Balsam Pine, 75 cts to $1.50
American & Chinese Arbor Vita?. 50 ct
Strawberry Plants, $1 per 100, &c. &c
Huntington, Jan, 25, l860.-tf..
First national bank
Corner of Virginia and Annie Streets, oppo
site Superintendent's Office Penna. RR., Blair
U. S DEPOSITORY FINANCIAL AGENCY.
Monies received on deposit. Interest al-'
lowed on time deposits. Gold and Silver
Bought and Sold. Frattional Currency and
Mutilated United States Notes Redeemed.
Drafts on the principal Cities for sale. Cen
tral Depot for the sale of United States Inter
nal Revenue Stamps.
This Bank keeps on hand for sale the 7
3-10 U. S. Treasury Xotes, and takes subscrip
tions for the same. This is ihe Popular
Loan, the only Government Loan now in
market at par, giving those who have money
a safe and desirable opportunity for invest
ment Two Cents a Day for each "$1.00. These
Notes, at Maturity, can be exchanged for 5-20
Six per cent. Gold bearing bonds.
m Wif' M- kLOYD, Prcst.
D. T. Caldwell, Cashier.
Feb. 9, 1865.-tf.
PATROMZE YOUR OWX!
The Protection Mutual Fire Insurance Co
OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.
LOCATE D, A T KBENSBURfl, PA.
TIIE above named Company, organized
April 6th, 1857, will effect insurances on
yiuyenjr ba.e rates. .Being particnlarly
careful in the risks taken, this Company pre
sents a reliable and cheap medium, through
which persons may secure themselves agains
pr jbable losses by fire.
Office on Centre Street nearly opposite
Thompson's "Mountain House "
t r JOHN WILLIAMS, Prcst.
D. J. Jones, Sec'y. Treas.
Agent ; -
EVAN ROBERTS, Johnstown.
JNO E. ROBERTS, Ebensburg.
Ebensburg, Aug. 25, 1850.
COAL! COAL! COAL! "
The subscriber is now carrying on the
Colliery of Wm. Tiley, Sr , at Lilly Station,
on the Pennsylvania Railroad, Cambria coun
ty, and will be glad to fill all orders, to any
amount, of citizens of Ebensburg and vicin'
ity. Satisfaction as to quality of Coal guar,
antied ia all cases. WM. TILEY, Jr.
April 28. I864-6m
ESTATE OF HUGH JONES, DE
CEASED. Whereas letters of Admin
istration on the estate of Hugh Jones, late of
Cambria tp., deceased, have been granted br
the Register of Cambria county to the under
signed, (residing in the borosh f Ebens
b&j) a11 persons having claims against the
said estate are hereby notified to present them,
properly authenticated, tor eUlement, and
those indebted to make payment wiihwat de
lay. WM. KITTELL, Admr.
June 1, 186o.-Ct.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Letters of
Administration on the Estatecf Mary
Paul, late of Ooyle township, Cambria co.,
deceased, having been granted the subscrib
er by the Register of said County, all persona
indebted to said estate are hereby notified to
make prompt settlement of their respective
accounts, and those having claims against it
will present them, properly authenticated for
SAMUEL S. PAUL, Admr.
"Summerhill. Jade 15, 1865.-6t
ICTUR E S! PICTURE S!
PHOTOGRAPHS t AMBROTYFES !
CASES! PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS!
Everybody should ge
their Pictures takes
at BONINK'S !
Over "Adams' Express Office.
The subscriber hereby gives notice
that he has withdrawn from the firm of
Jameson, Dillinger i Co., 403 Market street.
huadelphis, and is no longer a member
thereof. J. H. MOORE.
NOTICE The Relief Board of Cambria
County, hereby gives, notice, that no
juore applications for ieliefwill be consider
ed by them, the balance of the relief fund
in the hands of Collectors being required to
pay off outstanding orders. Justices of the.
eace are particulary requested to swear no
future applicants for relief.
By order of the Relief Board.
WM. H. SECHLER, Clerk.
Ebensburg, June 23, 1865. lw