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THURSDAY, MAY 23, .1867.
T EPOBLICAN CONVENTION !
JtX The "Republican State Convention"
will meet at the "Herdic House," in Williams
port, on Wednesday. 2Gth of June next, at 10
o'clock, a. m., to nominate a candidate for
Judge of. the Supreme Court, and to initiate
proper measurez-for the ensuing State canvass.
As heretofore, the Convention will be com
posed' 6f Representative and Senatorial Dele-,
gates," chosen in the usual way, and equal in
number .to the whole of the Senators and
-Representatives in the General Assembly.
By order of the State Central Committee.
- F. JORDAN, Chairman.
GlO. W. HaMERSLT, )
A. W. Benedict, " V Secretaries
J. ROBLKY DCHGLISON, J
A Little Previous.
OuMieighhor, The Freeman, a week or
io since gave Tent to its reproved feelings
in a eulogistic article upon the conduct
of the Southern people. Forgetting for
the occasion tho wholesome restraint of
the Military Reconstruction Act, it saw
only the effects of it, which were duly
ascribed to the magnanimity of the chir
alrous ex-rebels. Unwittingly, and there
fore all the more worthy of credit, the
policy of Congress was complimented and
its good results declared in a manner so
heartily as to atonah us. "When Congress
passed the Reconstruction act, our neigh
bor ga7e vent to his indignation as fol
"To say that this act strikes ten sovereign
States from the 'Flag of the Union,' obliter
ates ten stars from our 'Starry Banner,' - and
practically, dissolves the Union as much as a
successful rebellion would have done, does
not sufficiently stigmatize the act in question.
It creates a military despotism, destroys State
sovereignty, and obliterates Stat! lines
places the military above the civil power,
consolidates our government in the North, and
inaugurates the odious colonial system, as
practiced by Great Britain."
But full of anxiety, the other week, to
testify in behalf of its ex-rebel friends,
the Freeman spoke thus :
"But these changes (accounts of riots, Ac.)
have vanished from the radical papers, ar.d
you hear nothing of the kind from hat quar
ter. Indeed, radicalism itself has furnished
the best contradiction to this assertion.
Henry Wilson, the Senator from Massachu
setts one of the most violent and vindictive
radicals in the Senate is even now making
a political tour through the Sou'h, delivering
radical speeches at every town to mixed
assemblages of white and black auditors. lie
preaches radical doctrines from every stump
as lreely and as fiercely as he did in the Sen
ate. And yet he is never molested he passes
along with the same impunity as he would
in his own Stairs, makes his speeches, and
transmits their substance to his friends in the
North. Judge Kelley, of Philadelphia, and
other radicals are to follow him. These men
arc not the least afraid to go down among
the. 'red handed rebels of the South when
a political purpose is to be gained by it."
If, now, iu answer to thi bright iancy,
we timply soy "Jllolile!" we doubt not
the Freeman will perceive its relevancy.
Neighbor, the legs of the lame can't be
A Slight Ynrlatlon.
The Radical Convention will be composed
df those who are opposed to the Union of the
States j and.ihe old War Democrats, who gave
the Union party its strength and prestige are
uot even invited into its deliberations. It
will be purely- radical,. and as such wiU.be
regarded by a majority of the-voters of Tenn-
next. Freemgji. . ... -,--.-.K T'- . ,7"'"w"r .'xW-."-,
A Stirring Appeal.
The National Committee of the Repub
lican party have issued an appeal to the
Republican voters ot the Northern States
that ought, as it undoubtedly will, receive
a general and magnanimous response.
Since the day of iis first formation, that
party has most unjustly labored under the
charge of being a purely sectional party,
and to this charge plausibility was given
from the iact that its advocates were not
allowed in fifteen States of the Union to
proclaim its principles, save at the risk of
being tattooed with bowie knives, coated
with tar and feathers, or made to dangle
at the end of a hemp rope. But, thanks
to their own folly, the time is at last at
band when free speech is moderately
secure even in the South.
The Republican party has been gravely
told that its mission is over, that it was a
fit party to carry on war, but now that
peace has come it ought to die. Rut it
will not die. Yet if it would live, it raust
have its existence in alt the States of this
Union. It cannot live and allow itself to
be confined to the States ot the North and
West. Though not sectional in the past,
in any ot its principles or of its deeds, it,
or any other political organization situated
as it now is, must in time become sectional
by being confined to. only a part of the
Union. Tho 6trongcEt evidence of the
patriotism of the Republican party, the
unanswerable proof of its nationality, is
its earnest desire and strenuous efforts to
extend its organization among the South
ern people preparatory to the great Pres
idential conflict now not far distant.
We tope, therefore, the appeal of the
National Committee, which is printed in
another column, will not go unheeded.
Another Recruit ! Equal justice to
all to en ! Equal suffrage !
We aunour.ee that hereafter this
Japer will staud unequivocally for Equal
ustico to All Men white and black. Jchnt
. lawn. Trib me, May 17.
:- Retter late than never, friend Swank;
better express yourself awkwardly than
not at all ; and better be a 6low coach,
than no coach at all. " The AUcyhanian
"Bis been on the equal suffrage platform
Uiese many-Tdays, and wondered why you
lagged behind., Keep a stiff. upper lip,
nd.you tnayyet get in eight of TK AVa-
Tho Democratic convention will be
composed of those who were opposed" to
the war for the Uniou of the States, but
(the Freeman's "and" is very bad English
to come from a critic) the old soldiers who
gave the Union army its strength and
prestige are not even wanted in its delib
erations. It will be purely copperhead,
and as such will be regarded by a majority
of the voters of Pennsylvania on the second
Tuesday of October next.
Why did not the Freeman state the
terms of the "call" in accordance with
the facts of the case ? Evidently because
it has espoused a cause at war with right
and justice a cause that is better sup
ported by dodges and-artifices than by
plain, honest words. The call" is more
properly a mere announcement, and "in
vites" no particular portion of, the people,
but simply declares the Convention will
meet at a stated time and place, and leaves
tothe Jiepublican people the choice of tho
delegates to be sent.
- .. . ...... . -
i Spring is nearly past. -
' 63? Summer.ls onlydght dayr.off. ' .
t JB&m And the -corn and: potatoes are not
planted yet.' J f i
Gen- Grant and family are in Rich
mond. ' ' ' '(
A Notable Difference.
We do not know of a single paper in
the State that undertakes to defend the
late Legislature against the . charges
brought against it of unfaithfulness and
corruption. The organs of the Republican
party, almost without exception, unite in
reprobating the evil and those who are
responsible for it, refusing to shield their
own partizan3 from jusfclopprobrium. ' It
is thus the Republican party shows itself
the true ally of- political and legislative
purity. The Democratic press, on the
other hand, stand in the highways, magni
fying the evil, charging it solely upon the
Republican pirty, and, although fully
aware that tho. guilt is mutual,' lacking
the courage or the honesty to condemn
men ot: their own political household for
their part in defrauding the will of the
people, and in' bringing diigrace upon
the State. It is easy to . decide which
of these two parties is the foo to polit
ical .'corruption the Republican party,
which condemns the 'unfaithfulness of
sumo of its adherents, or the Democrat
ic party, which by its silence shields and
encourages the betrayers of the Commonwealth.
Print the Iaivts !
It is almost impossible to find out what
Acts of Legislature have become laws. -We
see it stated, in some of our exchanges,
that the bill to apportion the State tax
among the several counties had passed
both Houses and become a law, while
others have it that the bill failed in one
branch of the Legislature, for want of
time. By the present absurd mode of
publishing laws, the public do not get to
know what laws have beeu passed, for
six. or eight months after the adjournment
of tha Legislature, when the Pamphlet
Laws make their appearance. And even
then, in this shape, they only reach county
officers and Justices of the Peace, whilst
the people, who are bound to obey laws,
never get to sec ibem in print. All the
general laws should be published in the
newspapers of the different counties, and
all local acts should bo published in the
fame way, it the localities to which they
apply. We hope the next Legislature
will pass an act requiring the publication
of the laws in the newspapers, so that the
people may learn what laws have been
Tue indications in North Carolina are
that a large portion of the whites who
were - non-slaveholders will affiliate, with
the Republicans. This will be the case
in all the once slave States. It will not
require many years to show the white
men of the South, who never owned a
slave, that all their sufferings, while sla
very existed, were due to that institution,
and that under no sense of security can
they affiliate with the white men who once
bought and sold human flesh and bones.
Tho . white ex-slaveowners of the South
are destined to form a political party of
the most miserable men that ever banded
The New School Presbyterian who
met at Rochester, and the Old School
Presbyterians, convened at Cincinnati,
have proposed terms of reunion.- Among
other things, the terms prescribe that no
rule , or precedent which does not stand
approved by both bodies shall be of any
authority until re-established in the uni
ted body, and tha." judicatories, ministers
and people of the united church shall
guard against all needless offensive refer
ence to tho divine cause of slavery. . Thus
tho Presbyterians of America may end a
religious difference which has existed for
thirty years.. ; . r--"'f
JCgy Read the address of tfc National
Union Committee."' V .
. S&m New; potatoes, ?green peas,, and pine
apples In Pittsburg. - ' '
t& The Atlantic Cable of .1865 has been
broken by icebergs. 1" '- i
JDSF. Butter is cheaper in our market now
than it has been for years.
Jgggr This is ihe vernal season. TTe have
been having invern&l weather of late. '
-JCfiy Pitsborg claims" that 'the next State
Fair ought to be held in that city.
- T"Tbe citizens of Huntingdon county
propose to erect a soldiers' monument. :
lr The peach blossoms in this section
were pelted by hailstones' on 'Friday last.
ggyHon. John Weller has been renomina
ted for Assembly by the Republicans of Som
erset' county. : -i'r ' .' yz
. t&m Hanover, York county, has enacted
an ordinance making it unlawful to kill cits
In that borough. .- !. . ' ."Xy-;
.MGST. Jeff." Davis has gone to Montreal
Canada, to visit his'children, who are being
educated in that city. w ;
. JC" The President has appointed; Hon.
George Bancroft Minister to Prussia, in
place of Hon. Jps. A. Wright, deceased.'-" -
; A yoang .man named George" Stacey
fell iota a fermenting tub in a distiller near
Connellsville, on the 3Qtk ultimo, and was
drowned. .... .. . .. f , ;.
Daf Maximilian has got to : the ; '.'last
ditch." He has begged- permission; of. the
Liberal leaders to disband' his forces, and
.leave the country. s, .
Arrangements have been maido to
take Abraham Lincoln's log cabin tb the
Paris Exposition. . Tbt .cabin has been in
Philadelphia since i8e5.'" j -
Z&T The Prince of, Wales'ratd 'tOrbe
Writing a narrative of his famous touii thro
the ' United ' States. Its title should be,
"Flunkeyism run mad." ? .
fiSy.A. Jew namp3lure paper says that
George Peabody sawed wood at , the Qolum
bian Hotel, in Concord, fifty years agOj to
pay for a night s lodging.
r ,X" Upon a hotel sign in. Richmond, the
following words appear: ' ' '
"President's Policy : "M : -
: Whisky, Torter, Ale, and Cigars." .
Information received at the Agricul
tural Department of the Government-frpm all
sections of the country-indicate? that the
wheat crop this season will be the 'largest
grown for uiCDy years. . . '
; jpgf Stewart, the millionaire merchant 'of
New York,, is selling c his stock of dry
roods by auction, -which is regarded as-a
sign that he looks for tin immense fall in pri
ces to occur at any time.
t&" The New York Day Book; the lead
ing Democratic journal of the North, favors
the nomination of Jeff. Davis' and Edgar Cow
an for President and Vice President- What
does' our ntlghbor of the" Freeman think of
this. ticket?.- ; ' .
JtQMr. Wood, of the firm "of Wood, Mor
rell & Co., General Patterson, and fifty others,
have gone to Southwestern Virginia to build
a furnace and work iron mines. : They; rep
resent a . capital. of $20,0C 0,000, and have
nurchaied 30,000 acres of land.
It is u rderstood that Hon. John Cess
na, under an appointment from the late btite
Temperance Convention, is preparing R bill
designed to suppress" the whisky traffic .'.n
The Coming, Campalgrn.
To. the Rep&lkaniof; ihc Union The
National' Unioo : Committee appeals fof the
Republicaas vof the conntryFor' ;thf"u
aseistince and co-operation in this :
cious crista of jbur. country. .. . .. i. .
. . We deem it of the highest importance
that the Republicans of every State should
immediately reoraniae for -the rcmatoiihg
elections of. lboT, preparatory to the
coming Presidential contest. Especially
should this organization beimmediately
effected in those States .which, have never
before recognized, as thef only basis of
government, the equal and inalienable
rightsof; men. Not a day should be lost
in forming and - strengthening within
those States a public, sentiment in. conso
nance with the principles which underlie
tho great political organization to which
we belong. ' ' '
To this end we desire to prosecute a
systematic and. thorough, canvass of the
Southern- States, by the most efficient
speakers of both races. We would second
their efforts by a distribution of docu
ments, enforcing: the principle, policy
'and aims of the Republican party. ' We
would call, 'in every locality where it is
possible, meetings for discussion, where
those wha. are: with us in principle may
learn to. act ;with ; unity and energy.
These measures are required to "bring out
V the vote of the large body of Republican
Unionists who .now render the Southern
States a battle-field of principles. It is
the' pressing need ot the hour that bold,
judioious, and able men," thoroughly im
bued with bur creed, should there explain
our principles, establish our faithfulness
to them, and prove that national greatness
and human' freedom depend upon the
permanent triumph of our. cause. :
Beyond this, it is most essential that
we should now establish, in these State?,
Free Thought, Free Speech, and : Free
Press.- Every part of this Republic must
bo opn to the discussion of principles and
measures. This rcust.be sustained, as a
cardinal point in our ; creed, at all and
every hazard. ; Effort to intimidate the
ni.umble.and ignorant voter on 4he part of
the bouthero plantermust be. met with
the spirit of freemen, and the determina
tion. which a just cause sanctions. :
- - In times past, the Republican party
has struggled. against the unjust reproach
ot being sectional iu its aims and character,
though , its .'purposes asd the means of
effecting them were sueh as the father- of
the Rppublic approved.. ..It was. accused
of bein: governed by selfish motives, and
of desiring to aggrandize the North at
the expense of the South. Its adversaries
haviDg the power to silence and crush all
opposition, denied ail discussion, and
overawed; even freedom of thought ia
fifteen States of the Union. : It is,; there
fore, now an imperative duty which we
owe x to bur party and to ourselves, to
'embrace the first opportunity ot truly rep
resenting t0hoe States how consistently
we have contended, for. the interests, wel
fare and freedom of the wnole Unioo.
The overthrow of., slavery and the
rebellion, and the enfranchisement of the
freedmen rendering this overthrow secure
and final, has .happily vindicated our
course and organization; but it is neces
sary to Etampthe conviction of our loyalty
a,od fidelity to the right, irrespective of
section or race, upon the reconstructed
States. For the first time in many years,
the enthusiastic followers of our flag: and
confessors of our faith-are takiog part iu
the. popular gatherings, and in many of
the Southern States, we have reason to
believe that they form a decided majority.
They are, however, without organization,
and lack the cohesion and discipline nec
essary to success. Three-fourths of its
next session of the Legislature
jj-An attempt was made'to"Kt top a
rebel riot in New Orleans on the 17th. Gear
Mower made a short speech to: the riolers.
He said : "If you go on with this rioting,
by the Eternal God I will pour grape. and
canister into you. Now disperse, and go to
your homes." They dispersed. '"v.. ,
SSyJ. B. Cessna, Esq., has been appoint
ed to represent Bedford county in the Repub
lican State Convention. The Bedford Inquirer
says; "Mr. Cessna is not instructed,' "but in
accordance with the wishes of a large major
ity of the citizens of this county, will support
Hon. George Taylor, of Huntingdon, for Su
preme Judge." -' " 1 .
Jt Judge Underwood received the fol
lowing singular telegram while the. .Jeff.
Davis case was pending before his Court :
"Washington, May 13.I Judge Under
wood: Beware ot Greely. Hemembier Libby
prison," Andersonville, and Belle- Isle;': Fifty
millions . are-Jooklhg onnd expect you to do
your duty, 'While three hundred thousand
patriots' graves cry aloud lor revenge. ,' Yodb
Kbibko.". t::-. . v
The Johnstown Tribune says that the
"crowning gloiyrof the- Lutheran' cfcarch at
Johnstown fs the-"ceiling of the audience
room" in their new church edifice, and also
that "the grandest and most religious feature"
is this.same ceiling. According to ourneighi
bor, the Lutherau people of Johnstown must
be -a pack of infidels which we'know they
are not. . j
Fogler, the-murderer of Dinsmore, in
Washington county, was hanged on Tuesday
of last week. He left a-wVitten confession,
in. which he aBirms. that himself andL46abe"
Montgomery, a son of Hon. Wm. Montgom
ery, of Washington, committed the deed of
blood. "Babe" Montgomery,' it WW be.re-J
membered, was tried for the crimey "butwas
acquitted, Fogler refusing to testify, against
him. - - . ' '-. . .. ... e-
' J&SF President Johnson so we are magnifi
cently informed by a correspondent, dresses
for his afternoon walks with a scrupulous
nicety, in itself sufficient to attract attention.
He wears gloves, carries a cane, and has
his iron' gray-' hair flnioothly rolled under.
Da. telii We. wonder it ha. wears Loo thing
else :beside gloves cane, .and iron grayhair
smoothly. roQcdoiader. . ' If he -does nct,&t U
not atrairg Itkathe'attracts atUntion.V
Pennsylvania. It willhe brought before the members have never voted, and have no
the popular will is expressed. With many
of them, hs habit is fixed of reudering
implicit obedience to able and dexterous
politicians, who are implacably hostile to
our principles, and deternijned on the
prostration of our cause.
Our immediate action is therefore im
perative. We cannot delay without imper
iling all. for which so much has been
sacrificed in the past. Confident in our
strength in the North and West, and
Pacific States, we must uot forget that we
hav a great duty to perform towards the
loyal and true men of the South. '
Republicans I our appeal is to yon, to
carry on and sustain the work which a
few loyal and true men have so nobly
begun. . We cannot ask speakers, in ad
dition to giving their time and talents for
months to this labor, to : defray their own
necessary expanses. We cannot print
and distribute documents of the character
required without a heavy outlay. We'
have no means of reliance except upon
the generous spirit of that great party
which holds the claim of humanity and
freedom above all price. The patronage
of the Government, brought into power
by the statesmanship, . tho courage, and
the loyalty of that party, will not aid U3
in this good work.
- We must, therefore, appeal directly and
personally to you. If you are rich give
generously.;. If. poor send us whatever
you can afford. The generous, purpose
and. tho coble aim" sanctify the humblest
efforts; f At all events, act promptly, and
let us : feel that th sympathy of the
Republican party is with us in cur pur
pose of making this great land the home
of true Republican principles, where dis
tinctions of race aad color are unknown,
and.where Liberty,. Virtue and, Intelli
gence form the: enduring basis of .our
greatness and prosperity.
r. Marcus -L. Ward, N. J
Samuel A. Purviance, Pa'.;
, -William ChflinMbsj. .
; . Jqun. R. Clark, N. II.,..
Horace Grreley, N. Y.
'; II. H. Starkweather, Conn.
-. N.;R Smitiiers, Del. .
II. W. Hoffman. Md.
J Sreoutipmmitieo .oi ih H'ttional
The following persons have filed Peti
tions in the office of the Clerk of Quarter
Se'fs ions of Cambria county, for Tavern and
Eating House license, to be presented to the
judges of said Court, on the first Monday of
Junenextt . ' rf
V : v '..-:'. Tavern: ,
Adam Ktrrti Cambria bor. ; Edward Howe,
Cambria bor. ; Lawrence Scrotb, Carrolltown y
Joseph Cole, Carrolltown ; Lawrence Steich,
CarroiltoVnf Francis'P. OrosVerger," Carroll
town ; Andrew P. Baker, Carroll tp. ; It.
Linton & Son, Ebeasbnrg, E. W. ; Isaae
Crawford Ebensburg. W. W. ; Geo. Gurley,
IfibensbtfrgVW. W. ; Flavian Maid, Gallitria
tp. ;; John.Bending, Johnstown, 2d W. ; Joi.
Doubt, Johnstown, 2d W. ; Charles Zimmer
man, Sen., 3d W. ; D. W. Gouchnour,
Johnstown. 3d W. ; William Palmer, Johns
town, 3d W. ; Charles Hochstein, Johastown,
3d W. ; Philip Hertzog, Loretto ; John B. My
ers, Loretto ; Florian Bingle, Loretto ; Eman
uel lames, Millville ; Joseph Geis, Kichlaad
tp. ; Henry Hughes, Summitville; Veronica
A. Reilly, Washington tp. ; Owen Sweeny,
Washington tp. ; Joseph J. Duncan, Blacklick
tp. ; Daniel M'Donald, Cambria bor. ;: Peter
Maltzie, Conemaugh. 1st W. Thomas Gor
man, Conemaugh 1st W. ; John Fisher 2d
W., Conemaugh ; George Kurtz, Conemaugh,
2d W. ; Joseph Alwine, Conemaugh, 2d W. ;
Levi Jacoby, Conemaugh tp. ; Mary . Ana
M'Kenzie, Chest Springs bor. ; John M'Feely,
Chest Springs bor. ; Victor Voegtly, Croyle
tp. ; John A. Blair. Ebensburg, VV. W. ; S. A.
Criste., Gallitzin tp ; Matthew Degnian, Gal
Jitzin tp, ; J. B. M'Creight, Johnstown, 2d W ;
Richard Jelley Johnstown, 2d W. ; Gotlieb
Lessiger, 2d W. ; Philip Shultise, Johnstown,
2d W. ; Patrick Kelly," 3d W., Johnstown ;
John Fritz, Johnstown, 3d W. ; Wm. Doubt,
3d.W., Johnstown ; Remegins Durach, 3d W
Johnstown ;. George N. Hohman, Johnstown,
4th W. ; Henry S-hnable, Johnstown, 4th W ;
John Riley, Millville bor. ; George Conrad,
Richland tp. ; David Faloon, Taylor tp. ; Mi
chael J. Piatt, Susquehanna, tp. ; William
Callan, Washington tp. ; Geo, W.: Mullin,
Washington to. ; Robert Barclay, Yoder tp. ;
Lenhart Kest, Taylor tp. ; John A. Stemmer,
Johnstown, 4th W. .: :
. Eating Home,
D. A. Conrad, Ebensburg, W. W. ; James
O'Donnell, Loretto ; Christian Reich, Summit
ville;. Mark M'Laughlin, Washington tp. ;
John Schrote, Wilmore ; Ignatius Koehle,
Cambria bor.; Simon Schroth, Carrolltown
bor. ; Henry Blum, Carrolltown bor. ; Henry
Ilausmau, Johnstown 4th W.
, c . , GEO. C. K. ZAHM, Clerk.
Ebensburg, May 9, 1.867.
. . U aioo'Committee.
LICENSE NOTICE.- . .
Tie ollowing persons have filed Peti
tions in the office of the Clerk of Quarter
Sessions of Cambria county, for Tavern and
Eating House license, to be presented to the
Judges of said Court, on the second Monday
of Juno next: . '
. Tavern :
F. A. Gibbons, Allegheny tp. ; Wm. Gal
lagher. Cambria bor. ; Jacob Glosser, Chest
tp. ; Francis Seitz, Conemaugh bor. 2d W. ;
Henry Fritz, Johnstown, 3d W.; Peter Heim,
Eating IZoute :
George NeJch. Cambria bor. ; AdaraPharr,
Johnsiown. 3d W.; John Walsh, Millrillebor ;
Lazarus A. Reigel, Washington tp.
G30. C. K. ZAHM, Clerk.
EbeDsburg, May 23,18G7.
TO THE LADIES OV ERENSBURa
AND VICINITY. Having recently ar.
rived froni the city with a handsome assort
ment of :
SI'KIA'G AXn SUMMER MILLINERY
AND STRAW GOODS,
Of the latest Stride, comprising BONNETS,
SILKS and VELVETS, fine FRENCH FLOW
ERS, an assortment of RIBBONS, all -sridths
and colors. Ladies' plain and fancy DRESS
CAPS, Infants' silk and embroidered CAPS,
together with Hoop Skirts, Corsets, Hosiery,
Gloves. Ladies' ard Gent's Fine Linen Hand
kerchiefs, &c, we invite the ladies of Ebens
burg and surrounding districts, to call and
examine our stock, in the store-room formerly
occupied by E. Hughes, below the Mountain
Iiouse. i ,
jf- We have a Fashionable Milliner of
excellent taste, who will pay partirnlar atten
tion to bleaching, pressing And altering Hats
and lionuets to the latest styles.
Mrs. J. DOYLE,
my9-3m Miss M. RUSH.
UDITOR'S NOTICE. "
In the Orphans' Court of Cambria
county. In the matter of the petition for a
review of the account of David Shaffer, guar
dian of Samuel, Jacob, and Mary Shaffer,
minor children of Jacob Shaffer, r., dee'd.
3 Sept.. 1S&6, read and praj-er granted and
citation awarded. By the fJourt.
13 March, 1867, answer to citation filed.
5 April, 1867, F. A. Shoemaker, Esq., appoin
ted Auditor, to bear, decide, and report upon
exceptions. By the Court.
Extract from the Record.
In pursuance of the above appointment, I
will attend. at my office in Ebensburcr, on
THURSDAY, the 30th MAY, when and where
all persons interested shall be heard.
myl6J F. A. IStiOfc-i'AKKu, Auditor.
jg HUGHES & CO.,
DEALERS IK LUMBER,
- Want to buy
100,000 feet good Cherry Lumber.
10a,000 feet Chair and Settee Flask.
100,000 feet f-incb Poplar.
50,000 feet wide.l-incb Poplar.
100,000 feet Clear Pine.
For all which, the highest market price
will be paid in cash.
Particular attention will be paid to filling
LIME! LIME! LIME!
. Farmers!, look tc vour Interests !
The subscriber is now prepared to furnish
any quantity of good fresli
LIME ASHES! .
By the car-load of 300 bushels, at the follow
ing prices :
j&Sf 5 cents per bushel, or $15.00 per ear,mSk
. LOADED AT THE BANK.
Also, Building Lime in any quantity at
All orders will be promptly attended to.
. Address WM. H. CANAN,
apll-3m El Dorado, Bliir county, Pa.
V. S. BARia
CHEAP. CASH STOKE!
Sal moral Sklrti,
IIoop Skirts, ('',
Hats and Capi,
Boots and Sbeeit
JUST OPENED AND TOR
EW CHEAP CASH STORE ! !
The; subscriber would inform the citizens
of Ebensburg and vicinity that he keeps con
stantly on hand everything in the
. ; GROCERY AND CONFECTIONEY
line, such as Flour, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, all
kinds of Crackers. Cheese. Sruoklncr and
Chewine Tobacco, Cigars, &c.
CANNED TEACHES AND TO Mi TOES!
Also, Buckskin and Woolen Gloves, Wool
en Socks, Neck ties, Ac, all of which will be
sold as cheap if- not cheaper than elsewhere.
JL fifll assortment jof Candies !
-. Sj" Ice Cream tvery Vy'euTng.
jan2 J r - ' St. H. THOli 18.
LOWEST CASH FBICE
Goods of all kinJs, cheap ssd
Crowds will go there, raia r 8
Good3 in plentv, dealirg fi;r'
Prices that will make yoa star
fili.Tr fellows every one,
Will take your money henJf4j,
Go there, friends. d do not
EUe in Tain this little tale.. , ;
lKok for the sign-the worci
And these m. tSl