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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Ebensbueo and Cresson Railroad.
On and after Monday, Nov. 19, 1866, trains
tbijro&d Trill ran as follows:
it 6 05 A. M., connecting with Day Exp.
. " East and Bait. Exp. West,
it T 00 P- M., connecting with Phila. Exp.
East and Mail Train West.
it8i0A-M- or on.departuro of Bait.
Express West. ,
' . p', or oa. departure of Phila.
fjpress East. .
rorsr' Proceedings. Following is
sa abstract of the Court proceedings for
tha second week :
WmM. Cooper & Co. vs. George B.
Wjke and N. S. George ejectment. Ju
ry find for defendants.
H. J. Paul vs. Isaao Wike, Bernard
galligan and George B. Wike eject
gent. Plaintiff becomes non suit.
James F. Devlin vs. J. W. Brady
pmmons case in asiumpsit. Defendant
tonfflsses judgment to plaintiff in the sum
of $125.00. .
WpVTrexler vs. David Trexler and
! liendon ejectment.. Jury find tor
Peter Kijlor vs. Jeremiah Noonan
appeal. Jury find for defendant.
.Michael M'Guiro vs. Wm. II. Hufford
ejectment. Jury find for plaintiff.
George Litzinger vs. John II. Douglas,
idministrator ot the estate of Daniel Litz
inger, deceased summons in assumpsit.
Jury find for defendaut.
E. Hughes and Thomas Lloyd vs. Ed
rsrd M'Glade summons case in assump
lit. Jury find for plaintiff 82S3.19.
The other cases down on the trial list
itere continued. Court adjourned Satur
Snfecci. The following sentences
were pronounced :
Jacob Woo'ford, convicted cf larceny,
(opoa fice of $1.00 and costs, and un
dergo imprisonment in the county jail for
Wm. M'Donald, convicted of larceny,
to pzy a fine of 55.00 and costs, and uc-
'trgo imprisonment in the county jail for
i irn i ri.. J -1 - 1 L J
w. i loomas Ajuiz, cuuvicieu ui assauii. auu
p'ery, to pay a fine of $5.00 and costs,
? Li undergo imprisonment in the county
til ona month. . .
Emily Howard, convicted of larceny, to
;jy a fine of 1.00 and costs, and undergo
tmprisQameot in the "Western Penitentiary
"for fifteen months.
EflJiVj Howard, convicted of arson, to
fay a fine of $1.00 and costs, and undergo
mprisonment in the Western Penitentiary
.r two years and nine months.
George W. Payne, convicted of assault
ad battery, to pay & fine of $5.00 and
:jts, and audtrgo imprisonment in the
Western Penitentiary two years.
Cut Teis Out. As the spring trade
s about opening up, we subjoin a lidt of
usiness houses in Philadelphia and Pitts-
tag which cur merchants will do well to
I T. C. Jenltius. dealer in flour, provis
os, produce, refined oils, &c, 273 Lib-
"tj fit., Pitrsburg.
E. C Eby & Co., wholesale grocers,
Market St., Phila.
II. Cbilds & Co., boots and shoes, &c,
33 Wood at., Pittsburg.
Riddle, Sherborne & Co., foreign and
peetic dry goods, 43S Market St., Phila.
Smith & Seltzer, foreign and domestic
Mvure, guns, cutlery, &o., 409 North
-ri st., Phila.
Cook Brothers & Co., provisions, flour,
Vbecse, carbon oil, soap, candles, &o.,
3 Liberty Bt.. Pittsburg.
'jipincatt. Bond & Co., hats, caps, furs.
f-1 straw goods, 413 Market St., Phila.
ry & Kurtz, hosiery, gloves, notions,
M fancy goods, 325 Arch St., Phila.
Bradley stove works, coroer Second and
cod sts., Pittsburg.
Evana Wataou, manufacturers of fire
jd thief proot sales, 16 S. Fourth St.,
Janney& Andrews, wholesalo grocers,
w-f 123 Market sc., Phila.
V this li'
try merchants will do well to cut
list and patronize the firms named
Home Again. Drs. Jas. J. Oafman
Ht Devereau, and Thomas Davla'
ree young Ebensburgera who duno"-
l 8 WlQter were ia attendance upon lec
fet Jefferson Medical College, have
f,ned home, each armed and equipped
a tha coveted and fairly won diploma.
understand they all passed a credita-
nunation. We wish them success
ereTer they may hang out their ibiuglcs.
iUSS. Miss Ann Donfnerfv nicrr.
hi bea8burS keeps constaotly op
I D for eale all
' I.I They are iodoe(i toothsome.
iPfor we tried then.
Etchings. Our friend Captain Palmer
has re-leased for a term of years that
popular hotel in Johnstown, the Foster
House. The traveling public should
make a note hereof.... The Legislature has
passed and the . Governor has approved
a bill authorizing and requiring the Pro
thonotary of Cambria county' to '-keep an
extension docket.... Major B. M. Morrow,,
of the 205th regiment P. V. during the
war, and a gallant 'soldier, died in Scotch
Valley; in Blair county, on the 6th inst.
.Y It 13 understood that our. boro. author
ities intend removing' the publio weigh
scales from their present location, in the
East Ward, to a point at or about the
center of the town... .Eight thousand dol
lars have been subscribed by the citizens
of Johnstown toward the purchase of a
steam fire engine; ' One thousand dollars
more are required ... Capt. Doherty, the
man stabbed by Farren in Hollidaysbur'g
a few weeks since, is recovering.... On
Saturday and Sunday, we were visited by
a regular old-style enow storm, which did
not entirely seal up our railroad and cut
off our communications east and west, but
which came so near doing that same that
six hours were required by the locomo
tive in which to plough its way to Cres
son and back on Monday. As we write,
(Tuesday.) the sleighing is excellent, and
the merry jingle of the bells is heard on
E.NGLisn. The Freeman last week took
occasion to find fault with our English.
What does our critical editor think of the
following 2 "Editorialises" "we don't
like to be too critic' "we commented on
the Bill became we saw it tied felt it our
duty to do so," (do what ?) "during the
last summer canvas the subject of United
States Senator was a permanent question
before the people of Pennsylvania." We
get all these out of one copy of the Free
man. If Simon Cameron (concerning
whom the words were written) is more
corrupt than the last quotation from the
Freeman, he should keep a sharp look out
or the Freeman will soon deprive him of
Hegira of Ministers. Last week
we announced that two of our Ebensburg
pastors, llev. Wilson of the Presbyterian
church and Rev. Ellis of the Calvjnistic
Methodist church, had severed their
connection with their respective congre
gations. Since then W learn that Rev.
Wm. S. Lloyd, of the Disciples church,
and Rev. D. Evans, of the Welsh Baptist
church, havo also resigned their pastorates.
The former intends removing to Alle
gheny county in April. Rev. L. Powell,
formerly pastor of the First Congregation
alist church, also designs removing to
some other locality shortly.
Visitor. Samuel D. Pryce, jr., for
merly of Ebensburg but now-of Iowa
city, is in town on a visit. Seven years
have passed since Sam went from amongst
us. Half of that time was spent with
Sherman in fighting rebels. The other
half was spent in business pursuits, and
so successfully that Sam is now a partner
in a commission house in Iowa City, and
is a rising young man. Luck be with
him always !
Collector of Internal Revenue.
Among the nominations for appoint
ments sent into the Senate by the Presi
dent on Friday last, was that of David
Caldwell, of Huntingdon, to be Collector
of this (17th) district. . Mr. C. was nom
inated by the President for the appoint
ment cf Assessor, some weeks ago, but
was not confirmed.
Killed. David Switzer, who left
Juniata county last fall to seek a home
in Missouri, was murdered in his own
house, in that State, on the evening nf
the 25th ult., by two men, whose object
was plunder. A dif patch says one of the
murderers was afterwards captured and
lynched by the citizens.
O. K. Curtain Fixture. Mr. George
Huntley, Ebensburg, is a regularly ap
pointed agent for the sale of the celebrated
O. K. curtain fixture. This is pronounced
by competent judges to be superior to any
other curtain fixture in use. ' See advertisement.
Died. In New York, on the 9th inst.,
Salathius Tudor Slick, aged about 38
years. The deceased was a native of
Johnstown, where his mother resides.
In Loretto, 6th inst., Ann Martha
Callan, relict of Owen Callan, dee'd., aged
about 85 years.
Westward, Ho ! A large number of
our citizens and persons residing in this
neighborhood intend removing to "the
west" this spring. We never before saw
so many notices of publio bales posted up
around town as at present.
Have you trimmed your trees ? Do it
now, before tho lap.begins to ascend from
the root to the trunk and Hsabsv
LETTER FBOM HEMLOCK A "STBIKE" AND IN
ACTIVITY 12 THE COAL BUSINESS FENIAN
OPERATIONS BASK BALL, AC.
- ' Hemlock, March 18, 1867.
To the Editor of T he AlUghanian :
The mining portion of this community
being on what is denominated a "strike",
at present, the business men of town are
having a very quiet time cf it. The op
erators a few days ago notified their em
ployees that owing to the decline in the
price of coal and the small demand at the
time for the article, they, would be com
pelled to reduce the price of mining to
correspond with that of coal. The miners
not seeing the thing in that light, decli
ned to allow any reduction in their wages
unless1 the price of produce was al?o re
duced; and the result is, the operators are
holding out for a fall, while the miners
insist on having the old price or a corre
sponding reduction in ' the price of the
necessaries of . lile. We feel confident,
however, that the matter will soon be ar
ranged satisfactorily to all parties, when
we hope to have better times than we have
been enjoying the past six months.
It is said to be an ill wind that blows
nobody good, and while the "strike" has
proved a serious backset to the communi
ty in general and to the coal men in par
ticular, it has been a God-send to the
"Finnegans." Head Center Swcnigan
and General Malanigan have taken ad
vantage of the situation, and are doing a
lively business in the way of recruiting.
I am informed the H. C. has been partic
ularly active the past few days recruiting,
furnishing supplies, and forwarding men
to the field, and if the cause should fail,
(and my prayer is that it may not,) it will
be no fault of his. The General has like
wise been most active in filling up bis
brigade, the home guard, and those who
go to the front can rest assured that their
friends behind will not be allowed to
I understand it is in contemplation to
call a meeting to reorganize the Highland
Base Ball Club of this place. Hope such
is' the case. Though I have not the honor
of being a Highlander, yet I wane to see
the fun go on.
The weather to-day is cold; snow about
a foot deep, and sleighing tip-top. O.
BCD GET OF NEWS FEOM CHEST SPRINGS WIN
TRY WEATUER DOING3 IN LCilBER, AC.
Chest Springs, March 18, 1867.
To the Editor of The Allejhanian :
We are now having a most beautiful
fall of snow, and from all appearance,
winter is not over yet, though most peo
ple have been predicting an early spring
and warm weather. . A week or two of
good sledding, to afford the lumbermen an
opportunity to get in more saw-logs, would
be very acceptable, far this has been a
hard winter to get in logs, on account of
the deep snow. But despite all draw
backs, thero will be a great quantity of
lumber manufactured in Cambria county
this season. The Messrs. Nutter, of this
place, have made every preparation to
manufacture the article on an extensive
scale. They have had a large number of
men employed all winter getting in logs
for their mills and staves for their shook
shops. A great many logs have been put
iu the different creeks and runs of the
county, to be floated down in times of
high water to Lock Haven, Williamsport
and Havre de Grace but not so many as
there would have been had the winter
proved a favorable one.
The little daughter, of Mr. Solomon
Charles, of this place, who was acciden
tally shot by her brother some two weeks
ago, is fast recovering from her injuries,
and will be able to be about again before
Another Veto. Since spring hap
vetoed winter, and nature is budding forth
again, V. S. Barker has made another re
duction in the price of his heretofore cheap
goods, in order to make room for his spring
stock. He is determined to sell, and invites
persons wishing cheap goods to call.'
The Coming Campaign. Prepara
tions are being made, and no pains will be
spared to open out the spring campaign with
the usual large display of fashionable spring
goods of every description, at A. A. Barker's
varietj store, Ebensburg.
Plain Statement of Facts. The
attention of the public is called to the fine
stock of periumery, fancy articles, soaps,
brushes, &c, kept constantly on hand at C
T. Roberts' jewelry store, all which are being
sold at reaso unble prices.
Another Donation. Geo. Peabody 's
late donation to the Southern States has been
completely laid in the shade at Thompson's
cheap cash store. Jim is prepared to donate
any quantity of any quality of goods to pur
chasers at a small advance on city prices.
Free to Everybody. Some persons
labor under the delusion that E. J. Mills
charges an admission fee for entrance to his
store. Such it not the case; access is not
only free, but he takes pleasure in exhibiting
his cheap ready. made"clothing to everybody.
Bdinj matter o trrj pigxs.
BEAT B EDUCTION or PRICES 1
AT THE -
EBENSB URQ . HARD WARE J- BO USE
F return my sincere thanks to my friends
and customers for their liberal patronage for
the past twelve years, daring which time I
have been in business in Ebensburg; and
now, owing to the eitensire business I am
doing, I lake pleasure ia informing the public
that I have adopted the
Ready-Par System I
by means of which there will be a great re
duction in ray profits. A continuance of
your patronage will satisfy yon that it will
be to your advantage to buy for ready fay
instead of on credit.
My stock will consist in part as follows :
FOR THE BUILDER.
Door Locks, Cupboard Locks, Catches,
Bolts, Hinges, Screws,
"Window Sp'gs, Shatter Hinges, A Catches,
Porch Irons, Window Glass, Kails,
FOR THE CARPENTER.
Boring Machines, Angers, Chisels, Brace and
Bits, Hatchets. Squares, Compasses, Bev
els, Pocket Rules, Try Squares, Lev
els, Jack, Smoothing, and For
Planes', Panel Ploughs, Bea
ding, Sash, Raising, A
Match Plane3, Hollow and
Rounds, Guages. Oil Stones,
Saw Sets, Screw Drivers, Bench
' Screws, Cross-cut, Panel, Rip, Compass,
and Back Saws, Chalk and Chalk Lines, Ac.
FOR THE BLACKSMITH.
Horse a Mule Shoes,
Cast Steel Shovel Plow
FOR THE SHOEMAKER.
Shoe Lasts, Shank Irons,
Crimping Boards and Irons,
Peg Cutters, Knives, Awls,
Hammer, Pincers, Rasps,
Rubbers, and Bench Tools
Kails, Tacks, Thread, Wax, Bristles, &c.
FOR THE SADDLER.
Bridle Bits, Buckles,
Rings, Halter Bolts,
Iron and Wood Gig
Trace Hooks, Spots,
FOR THE CABINET MAKER & PAINTER.
-'Bench Tools, Table Hinges, Screws, Bed
Castors, Bedstead Fasteners, Drawer
, Locks, Knobs, Coffin Trimmings of all
..descriptions. Gold Leaf, Bronzes, Paint,
Sash, and Varnish Brushes, Oils, Paints,
Varnishes, Turpentine, Colored Paints,
dry and ground in oil.
FOR THE SPORTSMAN.
Rifles, Shot Guns, Pistols,
Hunter'3' Knives, Caps, Lead,
Powder, Shot, Powder Flasks,
Shot Pouches, Game Bags.
Also, Gun Locks, Main Springs, Plugs,
Pivots, Double Triggers, Hammers, ic.
FOR THE FARMER.
Plows, Points, Shovels, Forks,
Scythes and Snathes, Rakes,
Hoes, Spades, Sheep Shears,
Sheep and Cow Bells, Sleigh Bells, Horse
Brushes. Cards, Curry Combs, Patent
Hames, Whips, But, Trace, Brea3t, Hal
ter, Tongue, Fith A Log Chains,
Barn Door Rollers, Sugar Ket
tles, Steelyards, Cutting Boxes.
FOR THE HOUSEKEEPER.
Baking a Wash. Soda,
Family Dye Colorn,'
Solution of Tin,
Table and Tea Spoons,
Shovels and Pokers,
Stove, Scrub and
Dusting Brushes, -White-wash
Scissors, &c. . .
Flour, Tea, Coffee,
Bake Pans, Buckets,
Meal Seives, Brooms,
Carbon Oil Lamps,
FOUND 1 1 FOUND ! II
TO THE PUBLIC GENERALLY.
Cooking, Parlor, and Heating Stoves, from
the best manufactories ; Tin and Sheet Iron
Ware of every variety, of my own manufac
ture ; Gum and Hemp Packing; Trunks and
Valises ; Drugs, Weavers' Reeds, Traps. Hol
low Augers, Board Meas uring Sticks, Grind
Stones and Rollers, Patent Molasses Drawing
and Measuring Fawcets, &c, &c.
Odd Stove Platei, Gratet, and Fire Brick
always on hand to suit Stoves sold by me.
Well and Cittern Pumpt and Tubing at man
Spouting made, painted, and put Up, at low
Don't Ask for Credit!
tO? But remember the place to buy and
save 15 to 20 per cent, on your purchases. I
defy competition in Western Penna.
feb2l3 GEORGK HUNTLBT
On th sunny side of High strict, la
Tkrtt doTt vteit of the
A cheap place to buy
CHECKS, 4c, c.
Ton must have
You want, first, to set a good article.
You then want to get it cheap as pottihlt.
The question naturally arises,
WHERE TO BUY f
Any person who will visit
T. S. BARKER'S CHEAP CLO
Will be convinced that it will be to bis in
terest to buy from him, as he has th cheap
est stock of goods in tows.
A Btands for Articles faHcy and rare,
B for Buyers, with the eah- tc spare,
C for Cents, which we are ready to take,
D for Dollars, which the Cents will make,
E for Ebensburg is the place where to go,
F for Pine Goods, which We will show,
G for Gents' Furnishing Goods, very fine,
H for Handkerchiefs of every kind,
I for Independence we like to see in every one,
J for Jesting we never do with any onej
K for Knives, I have a full supply,
L for Lmo Prices, any thing you want to buy,
M for Muslins, which we always keep,
N for JVo Goods but what are cheap,
O for Old Goods in my store you'll never find,
P for Pioduce I will receive of any kind,
Q for Queensicare to suit every one,
R for Ready to wait on customers when they
S for Stop and examine my goods if jou
T for Take them, and you will never anything
U for Umbrellas to keep the sun off the crown,
V tor V. S. Barker's cheapest store in town,
W for Wall Paper, to pnt on your rooms,
X for JCerzes, who had more men than room,
Y for Young Ladies, who call every day,
Z for Zeal, which we always try to display.
It is a pleasing sight to see the
Greenbacks rolling in when a man wants
money badly. It's the Cheap Goods that
does that ! The ladies are keen and qiick,
and soon run away if you dou't show them
Pretty and cheap. Drc Goodi draw
Money out fait !
HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW STOCK OF
HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW STOCK OF "
HAVE YOU SEEN THE LARGE STOCK OF
AND THE NEW LOT OF
BOOTS a SHOES ?
GO TO V. S. BARKER'S.
BORDERS I WINDOW BLINDS I
In great variety at
THE CHEAP CASH STORE.
Yon will find a large assortment of
At V. S. BARKER'S.
Abd others, having Produce to'sell,
will find it to their advantage to call
and examine the prices before dispo
sing of their goods.
JW big profits ! yo dull trade!
But crowds of customers are daily receiv
ing blessings by buying goods cukaf.
Go to Barker's Clothing; Store !
Ciftfdn nf nil kinds. rhftn nnri fin.
Crowds will go there, rain nr shine :
UUUU 111 picuij, UUUjJ 1U11,
Prices that will make you stare;
Clwver fellows every one,
Will take your money when you're dene.
Go there, friends, and do not fail,
Else in vain this little tale.
Look for the sign the words are four.
And these are, Basket's Cheap Cask Stoee.
FURS! FURS! FURS !
The whole stock of Fcrb at Bakse&'s is
offered at cost, to close at the stock.
X3T Look at the prices I
10 setts selling $20.00, reduced to $15.00.
5 ' $17.00, " Sia.OQ.
5 " " $15.00, S1Q.00.
5 " S12.C0, " $ 8.00,
aUICK SALES, " "
. - AND --
SMALL PROFITS Y
XW GOODS I
2iEW GOODS !
NEW GOODS t
CHEAP GOODS t
CHEAP GOODS I
CHEAP GOODS I
NEW AND CHEAP!
NEW AND CnEAPl
XEW AND CHEAT!
GO AND SEE
GO NO SEE
GO AND SEE t
Th subscriber would respectfully .
nonnce to the citizens of Ebensburg and
vicinity that he has just received, at his em.
porium, on High street, the largest acd most
complete assortment ot
Tflnter Goods !
ever brought to this town, all cf which b
pledges himself to sell cheap for cash.
DRESS GOODS, WOOLEN GOODS.
DRY GOODS, WHITE GOODS,
HOOP SKIRTS, HOSIERY,
'.HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, e.
The largest, best and cheapest assortment f
READY-MADE CLOTHING i
to be found within the limits of Cambria
An excellent assortment of
&.C., &e., &t.
A large stock of
Flour, Bacon, Cheese, Syrups. Molasses, Hes
ring. Mackerel, and Cod Itsh, Iron and
Nails, Cedar and Willow Wars, Oils,
Drugs and Medicines, Ac, $c.
In fact, he keeps anything and everything
usually kept in a No. 1 Country Store all
which will be disposed of at prices to toll
Buying twice as large a stock as any other
merchant in town, he buys cheaper,' aud caa
therefore sell cheaper, than any competitor.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS !
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS !
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS I
The public is invited to call before purcha
sing elsewhere. No charge for showing
goods, buy or not buy.
Customers waited on by polito and attta
Cherry, Poplar, Spruce, Pine, and
other Lumber, Butter, Egg3, and Coutry
Produce generallv, taken in exchange for
Goods. jan24 A. A. BARKER.
QLOCK AND WATCHMAKER I
C. T. Roberta has constantly in his store
well selected and varied assortment of arti
cles, which be offers cheap for cash ; vis:
A Silver American WATCH for $30.00.
CLOCKS of every style and finish, at reduced
JEWELRY of the very best material, war
ranted. Anchor and Lepine WATCHES, cne-thir4
cheaper than in 186G.
Gold Finger RINGS, one-third cheaper thaa
Morton's Gold PENS, at the manufacturer's
Gold, Silver, Steel, and Plated SPECTA
CLES, cheaper than ever.
Plated FORKS, Tea and Table SPOONS, m
good as Silver.
Plated CASTORS. Card and Cake BASKETS,
GOBLETS, and MUGS.
RIFLES and SHOT GUNS, that will kill ai
REVOLVERS and PISTOLS, with CAR
TRIDGES to suit.
PIPES of Gutta Percha, Wood, and China.
Lockwood's COLLARS, the best you cat
wear. SCHOOL BOOKS, cheaper than elsewhera.
TOYS and TOY BOOKS, for a mere song.
Singer's SEWING MACHINES, with Cotton,
Silk, and Oil.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS', to hold from 12 U
ACCORDIAKS, VIOLtNS. FLUTES, FIFS,
Violin BCWS, STRINGS, and KEYS.
Drums, Whistles, Umbrellas,
Horns, Jewsharps, Clothes Brush,
Arnold's best Writing
Red and Black Ink,
Ink Stands, Pen Racks.
Miscellaneous a Blank
Pass Books, Diaries,
Neck ties, Canes,
Checkers & Boards,
Razors and Strop3,
Gun Caps, Puzzles,
And many other articles.
CALL AND GET BARGAINS t
t-Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry re
paired in the best style of workmanship, aa4
Thankful for past favors, the subscriber
hopes by strict attention to business to merit
a continuance of public peTonoge.
jan24 c, T. ROBERTS
Selling eh?p. Xw is the Hm to buy.
BOOT and SHOE EMPORIUM !
The su.o3criber begs leave to inform
the public that has opened out a Boot and.
Shoe Siore in the rooms formerly occupied
by Davis & Evans, on Center street, Ebens
b'jrg, where be will carry on the business oa
an extensive scale.
READY-MADS BOOTS asd SHOES
For sale at City FriM I
BOOTS and SHOES made to order
Qn shortest noties I
VThe public are invited to give me a
call.. I will sell cheap as the cheapest. n4
warrant mv stock and make to rive stlisft
ttoo. JOHJT 0. BY AIT.