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ygXJRSDAY::: :::::::::::::::::::::::JUNE 27.
EBlNSBUBa AND CBESSON RAILROAD.
and after Monday, Apl. 29, 1867, trains
tfcig road will run as follows :
i t 6 05 A. X., connecting with Day Exp.
A East and Phil. Exp, West,
it 1 15 P. Mi connecting with Phil a. Exp.
East and Mail Train West.
I ViVX Cbesson
it 9 2 A. or on departure of Phil.
fll(iY. M., or oa departure of Phila.
' Exp ess East. .
jftjroaANDA. A boy thirteen year
y named Foster, was killed in Johns-
toffo oa Tuesday evening of last week by
king ran over by a train of cara....Mr.
Wo. Miller, of Antis township, Blair
county, recently shot a gray eagle near
the village of Fostoria, which measured
jeren feet from tip to tip... .The Council
of Johnstown boro., at a meeting held on
Tuesity evening of last wsek, defeated a
teeolution proposing to pay tho Burgess
i salary of $400 per year. The Burgess
thereupon tendered his resignation, which
sis accepted. ...The Commissioners of
"Blair county have purchased two lots of
TOuudin Ilollidaysburg, for 1,800, upon
wVichtkey purpose erecting a new jail...
fhestorQ of Messrs. Kinports & Harter,
in Cherrvtree boro., was robbed of fifty
dollars in money and several suitsof clo
thing a few nights since.. ..Cyrus Elder's
Tolume of poems, entitled "My Gift," has
dido its appearance... .A valuable horse
tii stolen from the pasture-field of Mr.
Daniel Strayer, in Conemaugh township,
en Saturday week... A house ia Altoona
was sruck by lightning during a late
thunder-storm. Three inmates of tho
louse were severely shocked by the elec
tric fluid... .The Sabbath Schools of Eb-
wiwxg will celebrate f he glorious Fourth
ljc-nic in Lloyd's Grove.. ..A paper
mill isWog erected near M'Veytown,
MIStin conn ty.... Isaac Yingling is an in-
depeodent candidate for Commissioner in
Blair count j. ...A post-office has been
established at Beonington Furnace, Blair
county.. ..The Huntingdon Globe says
that Cambria county "badly needs a moral
power for temperance." That's clear !...
A one-armed man, who said he .hailed
'Tom Carrolltown, Cambria county, was
suspected by the people of Indiana town
of having stolen a valuable browa horse
whhh he rode. He was pursued, but
escaped capture by abandoning the horse
and taking to the woods.... Adjutant Jas.
C.oon, who was killed at the battle of
tedeiicksburg, has been breveted a Cap-
fijjnd a Major by the War Department,
for meritorious services in the field. This
Is a fitting tribute to the memory of a
gallant soldier and most worthy man.
Adjutant Noon was an Ebensburgher....
Butter is down to 15 cents in our market,
and plenty at that.. ..We understand our
boro. authorities have it in contemplation
to pass an ordinance prohibiting cows and
hogi from running at large on our streets.
...Dr. Belford, the dentist, is in town....
A simple aod effective preventive of sun
V ttttiVft ! fluid in riA A wot. linnet-Af aKiaT
i ui ecu iciica nuiu iu iuu ual.
1 This maj be worth knowing these hot
"''Altoona has a steam fire engine...
Uon. L. W. Hall is going to be re-nom-
"ated for Senator in the Blair district....
A man named Smith, John Smith proba
cy, has been committed to the Indiana
nunty jail, charged with attempting to
ttmait a rape on a young lady in Strongs
wn....The Johnstown papers are fight
sg about something connected with the
ro. administration; the Ilollidaysburg
pers are fighting about politics; the
Iwintiogdon papers are fighting about the
i - tv. - . rrv. - t.i i
ruwce. x xiiuensDurg papers appear
15 he the only amiable and amicablo ones
10 this section.
Reckless Daring or a House Thief.
0u last Wednesday week, the police
af Johnstown arrested near that place a
foung man, riding a fine horse, on suspi-
"u At he waa a horse thief. Notice
Yf gIfeD of the attest, and on Monday
Iast week constable from Washington
ewnty arrired in Johnstown, and recog-
tu iae hor as one trln fmm fo
oer IftlDz near rnnnn,i tt.
e Joang man into custrw a
F him for Washington county. At
T . ' n ine i eQylvania
road, the prisoner attempted to make
escape by iumDino- thrnn t,
-1.:," ' n" Uaf
the train was in motior..
twnhstanding be was heavilv irnn
He traia Was checked, and the prisoner
r . "
I ahble WonKs.Mr. John Parke,
Johnstown b justly celebrated for the
,-ue style and finish charactering
; monuments, tombstones, &0 turned
i hill TTiarKlo ..i.li- i
iaDusnment. It is
ttl?V?t0.,!,llhfch work, cannot
-uea m either th
e eastern or west.
THOMPSON REYNOLDS. Married, - on
Tuesday afternoon, June 18th, 1867, at the
residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev.
Joseph Painter, Mr. J. Pattoh Thoscpsox, of
Philadelphia, to Miss Ellis Thompson,
daughter of. Alexander Reynolds, Esq., of
Kittanning, Pa. No cards. .
Joe, you've gone and done it -haven't
you X We must confess that we thought
you "unsusceptible," as they say out in
the world, Joe not by any means an
"old bachelor," you know, but superbly
and unmitigatedly indifferent to all the
blandishments of tho universal woman
creation, just. We had good reason, we
imagined, for adjudging you thus, Joe,
for we knew you to have undergone seiges
interminable and bombardments innume
rable from enemies whose seige-trains
were winning words and sweet smiles and
whose batteries were beautiful, brilliant
eyes, enemies whose enmity was love,-
we knew you to have undergone all this,
we say, and further knew you on every
occasion of the kind to emerge from the
lists heart-whole. And thus it was and
thus it came about that we set you down
as ticketed on the through train for the
land of cold mutton-chops and button
less shirts. But we were wrong. We
did not perceive even the shadow of this
thing to be that away up along the old
Indian War Fath there dwelt a fair maid
en before whose radiant charms and graces
you should strike your flag of a single
star. We were wrong we acknowledge
it; and we hereby take back our former
harsh judgment of you, Joe, and substi
tute in its stead the assurance that we
always knew you for one of warm heart
and generous, gentle blood. And we now
see, and blush that we failed to see it be
fore, that you have only been waiting for
her who, above all others, could fill the
measuro of the one and stir the current of
the other to its deepest depths. Voila I
It is June now : may many recurring
scores of the month of roses smile on you
and your happiness, and for that matter,
may tho entire twelvemonth wear to you
the color of the rose !
Taxes. The Collector of Internal
Revenue for this district gives notice that
he will collect the tax on income, the tax
on articles in schedule A, and the special
tax on business, at the following times
and places, to wit :
At Ilollidaysburg, on Monday and
Tuesday, July 1st and 2d.
At Altoona, on Wednesday, July 3d.
At Tyrone, on Thursday, July 4th.
At Ebensburg, on Monday, July 8th.
At Carrolltown, on Tuesday, July Oth.
At the office of the Collector, io Johns
town, at any time prior to Jane 10th! "
Base Ball. The Kickenapawlings
and Irons, both Johnstown clubs, played
a match game in that place on Wednes
day of last week. Score, 37 to 41 in
favor of the Irons... .A match game will
be played in Johnstown on the 5th July,
between the Westmoreland club of Greens
burg and the Independents of Johnstown.
...A match game will be played in the
same place on the Gth July, between the
Iron and Independents.. ..The Summit
club has been fully organized, and is now
Fatal Accident. On Wednesday
morning of last week, a man named Ste
phen Fleming, of Ilollidaysburg, was
killed at Gallitzen. He was engaged
uncoupling cars, whea he fell upon the
track, and seven cars passed over his
legs, just below the knees, mangling him
so terribly that ho died in a few hours
This is said to be the fifth fatal accident
of the kind which has occurred at that
point during the present year.
Os Dit. It is said to be a fact that
Mr. George Huntley, of the Ebensburg
Hardware and House Furnishing Store,
sells articles in his lino 15 to 20 percent,
cheaper than anybody else in town. For
a description of hia stock, see a catalogue
elsewhere in this paper. To ascertain
the truth of the story about the low pri
ces, give Mr. II. a call. He is always at
home, with the latch-stiing hanging out.
A Wrecked Family. The family of
Daniel Buser, who was hanged in this
place a year ago, is a complete wreck.
Mrs. Buser is a maniac at Dixmont. A
son is an inmate of the County Poor
House, and is also subject to fits of insan
ity. The Pittsburg papers announce that
last week this son, in a fit of insanity, es
caped from the Poor House, but was
afterwards captured and sent back.
Died. In Pittsburg, on Friday, 21st
instant, Mr. James Roberts, son of Rev.
Richard Roberts, dee'd., of Cambria tp.,
aged about 30 years. The remains were
brought here on Saturday, and interred
In Ebensburg, on Friday, 21st inst.,
Harriet, wife of Mr. Rowland J. Hum
phrey, aged about 24 years.
Thanks,' to Mr. Aleck Y. Jones, for
an, acceptable prosent.
The Political Sitution.- Dear At
leg. : The Dem. delegate elections will be
held next Saturday. On that day, the
fight which has been raging . so fiercely
for weeks between the political vultures
and hangers-on will approach, a head, and
on the following Monday will be definite
ly concluded. A large number will be
killed and wounded in the encounter, and
the missing will be beyond compute, but
it is confidently expected that immediately
following the nominations the aspirants
and perspirants, lucky and unlucky, will
strike hands and enter into a new alliance
offensive and defensive. The prospect of
spoils . in the future will be the agent
evoked to crystalizo tho heterogeneous
Concerning the tioket to be formed on
Monday my own private opinion contin
ues to be that Col. Linton will head the
list for Assembly, John A. Blair follow
for Sheriff, Gen. M'Donald ring in for
Treasurer, and P. M'Gough, Esq., Frank
Bearer, or some other man, bring up the
rear for Commissioner.
If the Convention retains a recollection,
though the faintest, of Delegate M'Coi
gan's speech before the Convention last
year, they will, or should, have no hesita
tion. in nominating 'Squire M'Gough for
Commissioner. If this is not done, there
will be a danger that Washington town
ship, the wheel-horse of Democracy, will
kick up in the traces and refuse to pull
any direction but backward.
But we shall see what we shall see. So
wheres the use speculating ? In conclu
sion, I beg to insist that the Convention
shall make it their business to see that Eb
ensburg gets three-fourths of the candi
dates. Failing iuthis, they will be remiss
in their duty. Allow me to ask, for
what do we Democrats live here, at the
county-seat, year in and, year out, if not
for the offices? We demand at least the
proportion named. Observer.
"Woman's Work in the Civil War."
Thi3 is the title of a handsomely executed
book, giving an account of the works of char
ity performed by the women of America du
ring the trying scenes of the great rebellion.
It is ably written, and will give the reader
an idea of the trials and labors of that noble
band of women who exerted themselves in
prisons and hospitals for the relief of our
sick and wounded soldiers. It also shows
that these women exercised in caring for
and comforting the distressed soldiers of the
common enemy, that spirit of charity and
abnegation of prejudice which is the greatest
charm of women. Published by Zeigler, M'
Curdy & Co., 501 Chestnut st.,PbiU. Price,
cloth, $3.75 ; leather, $4.50 ; half calf, $9.00,
For Bale at all bookstores. -
Interesting to Ladies. Ladies wish
ing to purchase fashionable hats or caps
should not fail to call at J.-M. Thompson's
and examine the large supply, made of every
material, which he keeps constantly on hand.
He receives all the latest styles direct from
Panic Prices. Housekeepers in need
of any kind of groceries, will find.it to be
immensely to their advantage to make pur
chase thereof at V. S. Barker's cheap cash
store. He keeps none but the best qualities
and his prices are very low.
- Latest Styles. All the latest styles
of clocks, watches, and jewelry are kept at
C. T. Roberts jewelry store, Ebensburg.
Persons in need of anything in his line should
call and examine his latest arrival. He is
selling at a reduction on former prices.
No more tempting offering can be made
to the admirers of fashionable and substan
tial dry goods, than is now being made at A.
A. Barker's variety store. His counters
fairly groan under the heavy load they are
called upon to bear.
All those elegant styles of ready-made
clothing, so much worn at the present time,
can be had at Mills & Davis' store, Ebensburg.
They are always prepared to furnish oil kinds
of clothing at reasonable rate. Give them a
call. - ' ' .
J35Ptcii! Itch! Itch! Scratch!
Scratch ! Scratch! Wheaton't Ointment Kill
cure the Iteh in 4.8 llourt. Also cures Salt
Rheum, Ulcers, Chilblains, and ail Eruptions
of the Skin. Price 50 cent". For sale by all
By sending CO cents to WEEKS & POTTER,
Sole Agents, 1?0 Washington street, Boston,
Mass., it will be forwarded by mail, free of
postage, to any part of the United State.'.
January 24, 1867-6m
FIRST PREMIUM J
Or a Silver BXedal
WAS AWAJIDKD TO
BARRETTS HAIR RESTORATIVE
tJ By the N. II. State Agricultural Society, it
ua vr, noiuen in nuntu, eepu jw, jsou.
Vegetable Hair Restorative
Beatore Grey Hair to ita Natural Color
4roou io inair original organic action i eradi
jkcatea Dandruff and Humor i preventa
xnoce we growta or tne max t eiuuigec th m
. ltal An tKsir vr4n4nnl aMMa .
ntui tailing- out I i a aupenor .vreaung,
buu ia uifl mw popular ana reu- jl. a.
ww Bnieie inrougnout mo fajr
xat. went, norm, ana
J. B. BARRETT & CO., Proprietor;
MANCHESTER, N. H.
Sold by Druggists Generally.
REES J. LLOYD, Ebexsbcbg, Pa.
May 30, 1867,
ROPE FOR PATENT HAY FORKS
Can be had low. for cash, at
GEO. HUNTLEY'S. "
aw goods r new goods m In? 23 o t& pdo
Y. S. BARKER'S
CHEAP CASH STORE 1
TSerr Dren Coodi,
At $i.60, -worth $3.00.
At 20 cents.
Heavy Bro. Muslins,
At 20 cents.
At 20 & 25 cents.
At low prices.
At 25 cents.
At reduced prices.
At $20 per suit.
Fur St Straw Bats,
In great variety.
THE CHEAP CASH STORE.
IIGHLSr PRICES FAID FOR WOOL,
BUTTER, EGGS. ALL KINDS
OF COUNTRY TROD UCE.
ft t J
SMALL PROFITS l'
NEW GOODS t
NEW GOODS t
CHEAP GOODS I
CHEAP GOODS t
CHEAP GOODS I
KEW AND CHEAP !
NEW AND CHEAP I
NEW AND CHEAP I
GO AND SEB
GO AND SEB
GO AND SEE!
The subscriber would respectfully an. -nounce
to the citizens of Ebensburg and
Ticinity that he has just received, at his era
porinm, on High street, the largest acd mot
complete assortment ox
ever brought to this town, all of whlefc he
pledges himself to sell cheap for eath.
DRESS GOODS, WOOLEN GOODS,
DRY GOODS, WHITE GOODS,
HOOP SKIRTS, HOSIERY,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, 4c.
The largest, best and cheapest assortment mi
READY-MADE CLOTHING t
to be found within the limits of Cambria
An excellent assortment of
&c, &o., &.
A large stock of
Flour, Bacon, Cheete, Syrup, Molatttt, Her
ring, Mackerel, and Cod Fish, Iron and
Nailt, Cedar and Willow Ware, Oiltt
Urugt and Medicines, tc, $c.
In fact, he keeps anything and everything
usually kept in a No. 1 Country Store alt
which will be disposed of at prices to suit
Buying twice as large a stock as any other
merchant in town, he buys cheaper, aad can
therefore sell cheaper, than any competitor.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS f
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 polite and atten
Cherry, Poplar, Spruce, Pine, aad
other Lumber, Butter, Egjrs, and Country
Produce generally, taken in exchange for
Goods. jan24 A. A. BARKER. .
QLOCK AND WATCHMAKER I
C. T. Roberts has constantly in his store a
well selected and varied assortment of art.
cles, which he offers cheap for cash ; vix:
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, one-third
cheaper than in 1666.
Gold Finger RINGS, one-third cheaper than
Morton's Gold PENS, at the manufacturer's
Gold, Silver, Steel, and Plated SPECTA
CLES, cheaper than ever.
Plated FORKS, Tea and Table SPOONS, as
gojjd as Silver.
Plated CASTORS, Card and Cake BASKETS,
GOBLETS, and MUGS.
RIFLES and SHOT GUNS, that will kill at
REVOLVERS and PISTOLS, with CAR
TRIDGES to suit.
PIPES of Gutta Percha, Wood, and China.
Lockwood's COLLARS, the best jou can
SCHOOL BOOKS, cheaper than elsewhere.
TOYS and TOY BOOKS, for a mere song.
Singer's SEWING MACHINES, With Cotton.
Silk, and Oil.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, to hold from 12 to
ACCORD! ANS, VIOLINS. FLUTES, FIFES.
Violin BCWS, STRINGS, and KEYS.
. Hair Brushes,
Arnold's best Wrltla
Red and Black Ink.
Carpet Sacks, -Satchels,
Neck ties, Canes,
Checkers a Boards, -'
Razors and Strops,
Gun Caps, Puzzles,
Ink Stands, Pen Racks,
'Miscellaneous 4 Blaak
Pass Books, Diaries,
And many other articles.
CALL AND GET BARGAINS t
tgL. Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry re
paired in the best style of workmanship, and
Thankful for past favors, the subscriber
hopes by strict attention to' business to merit
a continuance of Dublic natronacre.
jan24 c. T. ROBERTS
BOOT and SHOE EMPORIUM !
The snhscriher liaore loara r
- wr AUluna
the public that he has opened out a Boot and
Shoe Store in the rnnmi fnFmarl n : ,4
by Davis & Evans, on Center street, Ebens
burg, where he will carry on the business en
an cAicusiie scale.
READY-MADE BOOTS and SHOES :
For sale at City Prises !
BOOTS ahd SHOES mads to order-
On shortest notice !
lSL.Tbe public are invited a trim m .
call. I will sell rhrin a.a thm rhanat
J f w... w V.
warrant my stock and: make to give satUfse-