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LOCAL AND PERSOHAL
. v V., connecting with Day Exp.
' t.". Fhil. Exp. West.
. ,t p connecting wita raui- xxp.
Yi-i Mail Train West.
LXA A cr ca departure cf rhil.
I t f M-, or oa departure of Fhi.a.
y" IiT-ciS East.
c-j Monies. With the present nuu
rs exclude the r?t half jear of 77.?
"vL: since it came under cur
" .ect. The measure of success
-.-lire our eSorts has teen all we
r-:tel, and possibly more than we de-
rTf2cf the latter, we stak a.cv? cur
i-r:z$ tD judge. "We heartily tnan our
-Via for their support, and vr:!l labor
r : renewed vigor to deserve a cintlnu
rtereof. "c-i'.e - Jge prepcriien of carsutscri
advertisers have upaidvp" there
t t i camber who are m arrears.
-rt the latter will be prompt in
the amounts due. Our expen-
r: c:n:iderable, and we must have
::t::iij money to meet then.
''m:?.ania. A young man named
: wa5 drowned In the Cooercaugh
mt, near Blairsville, on Saturday even-:t-eek.
He was from Ashtaba;a count v,
:.; .....Elder Ailen, frcm Illicd-, has
o.-feded Elder Johnson as pastor cf the
;-:'.e3 Church, of Johnstown.... Messrs.
Mcrrell & Co. have taken pesses
. : :f tfceir new tore building in Jcbns
. ,v nd Lave tiled it frcm cellar tD
. t. :?h general merchandize. The
- tie largest and most princely
:: C .-s i:;"intments in western Penc-
t5;;j...A teil-ovr ramea jo?epn ccort-
-'rfr.Nvl pTteneirelv in this
, 1 i
wweeVs -go, wa arreted m ;
:-::z the ether day and c:mmitted j
.v.. i :.v v tt 1
t Indiana c:unty A tridow
.ri3 named Tttter Las teen arrested in
.hijtcTn on the charge cf infanticide.
The siliiers' monument in Alt yona was
;va:ei. w;th much pomp and parade,
::iz 4;h....The store cf Mr. Jobo Q
in Belsano, this ccunty, was en
:ii cn the right cf the cd ictt., and
'-.fT rf 1 oTjan!:fT cf rcerchsn :e ...
irff-rrun 3vs tnat seven ci tee nice j
'::: zrt cripples. If so, then it not j
: :: expected that they will be able to
v. well. (Olscrra'i-jn ly cur cec'f:
may be able to rn bchiid pret.j
'.. Apropos cf this crrty Kepubli
ire epposed to cur nominating a
.ket this fall. They say they don't
:o: tj bt cripples ...J. D. Hicks, cf j
"tLT.his been appointed Good Templar
I-strict Deputy for Cambria ccunty Wa
tT8 htird ecd judges of tobacco say
:tt Mr. F.e:i Jno. Lloyd, at the P. O.,
the best brands cf cigars in town,
ft'.: u:king a specimen box cf the
i.'ro.'y presented us by Mr. Lloyd,
r--'a. 00 hesitation in eencurrin in the
If the reader would go and try
rcf tbe same kind, we know he too
f:-i concur... .Several Japanese are now
rtiog at Cretson Springs.. ..Nicholas
-ieviodcr ehct and killed Lis scn-in-
Join 13. Bower?, in Canoe township,
t-ua ccunty, on tfce 1st icst. Cauie,
-oei harsh treatment ct the tirt of
vers toward V&ndevtuier. TLe mur
"f is arrested and committed... A
c:;niy" meeting was held in Johns
" cn Friday erening last. We did
:t: what was done thereat.. .."Look
z ' ' bargains !" See advertlment ol
Ibeneburg Foundry... .The weather
y ten quit cool dariDg the past week,
normal whix)l opened out in this
tn l!c iiy promises to be a success,
ittecdaroe u already quite lare....
cu.s ilis wees:.
cced;l.--A Normal School,
S-t h U a Cs.'sabia A. Heme, under
fi.-T.ia of tie CoaDy Saperin-
r - wts cp-eael ia tbe Public School
r ensbur.on Mcnda .Tnl ih
Itstructiccf given ia Onhocrasbv.
;:-:? Penmanship, Mental and Prac-
V -itbmetic, Physical and Descrin-
: jeosraphy, Grammar, History, Com-
-3f nd the Theory cf Teaching.
-ss Home is & Udy cf thorough edu- !
axi larM exrience ia Ktoo!s of !
charterer, aS j tle t fc -ieP !
- special reference to h- -a an I
-Ctcr r,? tV- j.
" -t-igLicg to prepare
'g. This school, in addIlicQ t0
- peculiar facilities to teachers and
-.u 10 ceccae teach
- k 105M.V, Co. SopL J
rejSSBCKO AND CHESSOX KAIXaOAD.
.j sfter Moaday, ApL 2rS, 1667, trains
will &s follows :
"'Xx'IIeatrtforuperiar! "WoMrsV Wor.K in the Civil
-d 0 9 0lft"V AH ""I ar." In car notice ot this excellent
- are crent-y advicced to ; bok. two f-rVe i-AA iMi.u,,
--c.a-se;. Terms ieaiocsK?P U...v. n , , . . ..
Base Ball. Since the last issue of
The AUcjhanian, the first nine of the
Mountaineer club of Khensburg have
phyed three match games- The first was
the return game with the Mountain Club
of Altoona, and was played in that place
on the 4th instant. The following was
the score :
MorsTAiys- o. a. icoramis. o. -C.
Roberts, lb. 3 D. Caldwell, c... 2 7
F. Barker, rf. 5 3:Galbraith rf. 4
A. Jones, c 3 4 J. Milliken, lb.... 6
E. Dunnegan, 3b. 7 IA. M Donald, cf O
G- Robinson, 2 ,W. Hunt s, ss 2
T.Enickinsoa,2b 3 5 Worrel, p 2
H. Darragh, cf 2 CM. Howe, 3b 5
V. Barker, If. 1 7 Snyder, If- 4
W, Eutchinscn, p 1 C'Pettit, 2b - 2
Total 27 431 Total 27 32
CSS ACH I55IS3.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. ?.
Mountaineer.... 7 0 4 11 2 10 0 1 & S3.
r-r,?a;n l n 1 1 0 10 10 0 8 32.
Erb. Tie of game, 3i tonrs.
On Saturday, Ctb instant, the Juniata
Clab cf Uollidaysburg visited Ebensburg
to measure strength with the Mountain
eers. Play waj called at 1 o'clock. In
the rst inning, the Mountaineers scored
5 runs to the Juniata3 4. The Moun
taineers then went to the bat, and bad
scared 5 runs, with one man cn third base,
and one can out, when "gami" was called
cn account of a heavy rain which set in
at that juncture. Umpire, W. S. Humes,
of the Mountain Club cf Altoona.
On Saturday, 13th instant, the Moun
taineers went to Johnstown to play the
return game with the Kickenapawling;.
The score resulted as follows :
MOrSTAIXSES. E.. O. EICXS. B.
Jones, c 4 3 Hunt, cf. 4
Robinson, ss 4 3 Cramer, 3b - 5
D jnnegan, 2b 2 5 Young, rt
IV. Hutcbitson.p 4 0 Ramsey, lb....
F. Barker, rf. 3 4 Farren.p
V. Barker.lf. 4 2 Rceris,2b
G. Roberts, 3b.... 2 4 Osbnrne, c...
T. Hutchinson, cf2 3 Whire, ss
C. Egberts, It 2 3 Tittle, If.
. .. 1
r-rxs each isyryG.
1. 2. 2. 4. 5. . 7. S.
Hountr- 1 1 3 C 6 4 16
Kicks. 2 7 0440 10 0
, Umpire V. R. Jcnes, of Iron Club, Johcs-
Scorers fur Mountaineer. S. W. Da-
Vis; for Kicks H. V.". ReeX Time of Z---
Thi is a game apiece for each of the two
c'.ui?. Tb date for the tbirdand deci
sive "game has not yet been fixed upon.
The Independents cf Johnstown played
the Vi"estmore!2nd cf Oreensbnrg in
Johnstown on the oth July. Sccre, 29
fcr Westmoreland? to SO fcr Independents.
The Monitor cf the Summit played the
Hich!aud cf Ileralock at Sammit on the
i. - .l r- cr. c A : c -r .v
The junior Independent? of Jchcstown
went to Indiana cn the 4:h, and were
beaten by the Monitors.
Tire Kicks played the Irons in Johns
toff cm Monday last. Score, S4 for
Ki:k ID 3 fcr Irons.
The Geeat Question Hog3 at
ege, Hogs Penned Up? The
following proclamation fully explains it
feoclah iTics !
Tn.r-ts-t, Oa the 2 lit day of Jcne, 1S57, an
ordinance wm duly passed by the Burgess
tnd Town Council of tbe borough of Ebens
burg, prexenting the running at large cf hogs
within the Lmit3 of said borough ;
And Khertze, At the request of certain cit
izens, complaining of the injustice cf said
criinance, the said borough authorities de
clined to f-nforce the provisions thereof, natil
the sense of the Toters of the borough might
be takea in relatisn thereto;
And tchtreat, Oa the 2d day cf July, 1SE7,
the said Council did by resolution authcriie
and empower the said Burgess to order an
election of the rcters of said borough, to de
cide whether or not a majority thereofre ia
frer of sustaining the provisions of the afore
said ordinance ;
Xots therefore, I, T. Blair Moore, Burgess,
as aforesaid, do, ia pursuance and bv Tirtue
cf said resolution, hereby proclaim an:
known that an election of and bT the cuali
fed voters cf the said borough of Ebensburg,
will be held at the Court House ia said ber
ough, ca Saturday, the 20th day of July,
U'J7, tetweea the hours cf two and seven
o'clock, p. n., to determine by ballot print
wi oa the outside -Ordinance" and on the
insid, resectiTely, '-For the Ordinance," and
"Against the Ordinance," whether or not a
majority of such qualiSed roters are in fror
cf the provisions of the ordinance aforesaid.
T. BLAIR ilOORE, Burgess.
To the pol's, freemen of Ebensburg, to
the polls 1
New Stock cf Shoes. Mr. John D.
Thomas ha.3 just replenished bis shoe
store with the largest and best assortment
of ladies', misses' and children's shoes
ever brought to Ebecsburg. It is worth
a visit to see his stock, while hi3 prices
will astonish as well as delight. We ad-
l"e T-3ies, and especially that portion
'hem who delight in a nice-fitting and
good shoe, to patronize Mr. Thjmai.
V'J YCU T' Kobsrts at b13
tcre c HiSh trect tls i1 received a
tw ht cf bocts ct aI1 kinds beaTJ
i:git iiteratcre, eencot t-ooki,occ, &c. It
you are in need of mental pabulum, go to J
him aod buy. He alio keeps stationery, j
pen?, ick, lead pencils, &c.
u'',Jeil l aiI me bookstores- e euouic
have fcaid it is sold only by subscription.
Umpire, L. L. Christy, of tbe Jansaiaciao,
of Ho'.lidaTsburf. Scorers for Mountain
eers, Lew.'Boders ; for Mountains, J. M.
The annnal meeting of stockholders
and election for President and six Directors
of the Cwson Springs Company will be held
at Cresson on Monday, the 5fA day of Av?mt,
1S67, at 10 o'clock, au nu
jylS A. S. BELL, Secretary.
The undersigned. Auditor, appointed
by the Orphans' Court of Cambria coanty, to
hear and report npon the exceptions led to
the account cf John Richards, gnardiaa ot
the miser children cf George Richards, de
ceased, hereby notifies all persons interested
that he will attend to th dntiea of his ap
pointment at hi3 oSce, ia Eben-burg, on
Tut-tday, the 13A day of A?ut, 1867, when
and where al parties interested may atteaa.
SAMUEL SDCGLETOX, Auditor.
Jalr 18, l57.3t.
And no-sr, 12th June, lc7, F. A. Shoe
maker appointed Auditor to report .distribn
tion of the fand3 ia the hands cf Catharine
Dougherty, administratrix of John Dougher
ty, late of Chest township, deceased, as shown
in her f rst aad final account. By the Conrt
Extract from the record.
f s. JAMES GRIFFIX, Clerk.
In pursuance of the above appointment, I
will attend to the daties thereof at my tc
ia Etensbnrg. oa Jfcnory, the 5th Isiwr, at
1 o'clock, p. m., whea an J where these inter
ested mar attend.
jTl$.3t r. A. SEOZyAKXII. A -d iter.
4 UDITOR'S NOTICE.
J, The rncersigned. Auditor, appointed
by the Orphans' Conrt cf Cambria coumy, to
report distribntloa of the fnds ia the hands
of'Robert H. Singer, trustee to sell the rel
estate cf Dennis Dougherty, late of Allegha
ny township, deceased, hereby notifies all
persons interested that he will attend to the
duties of said appointment at his of: ce, in
Etersburg, oa i'n'J.7, the 2i day of Avj-jji,
next, at 2 o'clock, p. tn , whea and where
ther must present their claims, cr be debar
red" from cominr in fcr a share cf said fund.
;y4-St GEO. W. OATMA Auditor.
OOK OUT FOR BARGAINS !
Being desirous of retiring frcm tusi
ne3, I oSTer fcr sal the
BEXSB UR G FO USBR I",
with all it3 appartetacce, including all the
real and personal property thereto belong
ing, the Engine, Patterns. Flasks, &c. Also,
j all the stock, manufactured and nnmasufac-
I tured, consisting of
CASTINGS cf various kids.
As I am determined to if
I the above
:ay re:y nr on getting any cr
named ankles cherer than ttev can be had
itTwhere e.se m i f-nnTir2.n:a. ite paoiic
i are invited to cs.II and judge for tbmselres.
Ju!r 1. IScTtf E. GLAbS.
The subscriber calls attention to the fact
that he ha-s received and opened cat, at his
j Store, on Iligb street, (opposite the Bank,)
the largest and best selected stock cf
ever brourht to Ebensbur-g.
FLOUR, CORN MEAL, CHOP FEED, ERAN,
BACON, CHEESE, CRACKERS,
SUGAR. COFFEE, TEA. STRUTS. MOLAS
SES, RICE. SPICES, ESSENCES,
HERRING, MACKEREL, iKD COD FISH,
CASTOR a CAREOX OILS. DRUGS, MEDI
CINES, PERFUMER T,
SALT, CANDLE?. SOAPS, WASHING SO
DA, FAMILY DYE COLORS. LOG
WOOD. BLUE VITRIOL,
TOBACCO iSD CIGARS lest Itrvdr,
EARTHENWARE asd STONEWARE, IRON,
NAILS, GLASS, PUTTY,
POWDER, 3 HOT, LEAD, iss G UN-CATS,
CLOVES, MACE, PEPPER, CINNAMON, AL-
LI, UKIED PEACHES, HOMINY,
BAKING SODA, 4:., c.
Arnold's Writing Fluid,
Checkers and Checker Beards,
Pea and Pocket Knires,
Horse Brushes and Cards,
Currycombs, Rope, Twine,
Chalk, Chalk Lines,
Horse Shoa Nails,
Tacks and Thread.
Wood and Willow Ware,
Tubs. Buckets, Brocms,
Wash Boards, Clothes Pins,
Eed Ccrds, Store Brushes,
Scrub and Dusting Brushes.
The f nest stcck ia town of
Fcr the children :
TOYS ! TOYS ! TOYS ! TOYS S
The latest strles of
HATS a CAPS.
sjqj Keeps constantly ca hand Bologna
Sausage, Sardines, Fresh and Spiced Oyster?,
and ererything ia the Eating aj weH as ia
the Drinking line.
XiaJ"" The public ure requested to giT him
a trial. He pledges himself to sell cheaper,
and to sell a better article, thaa aar other
dealer iu town. GEORGE GURLY.
Et ensburg, March 14, 1S7.
vaj avAXcas to
L I T tie K. H. St AfTSrs2erl mrr (
it! Tiz, ia Kak.B. SpC 3U, lii.
Tegeteble Hair EestoratlTe
Boterca Ormy Umir to Hi Kataral Color i r-.
t Dues ul Bum 1 4M
Hail fKmg mt t m espenor Drusreg.
IM n tot moct Mr
'J. ft. BARRETT & CO., PrepriHr
jckscszsns, k. a.
Sold by Druggists Generallj.
UEES J. LLOYD, Ebexebceg, Pjl.
May 30, 1SS7.
Xi All persons knowing thernselrts in
debted to me by Note er Book Acccant of
ever six months standing, are requested to
pay up within thirty days from this date, or
they wili nd their accounts ia the hands
of an officer for immediate collection. A
strict adherence to notice wiil save costs.
Ebensburg, Jane 20, lSwT.
JETr GOODS! SEW GOODS!!-
GREAT ATTRACTIONS IX
jrsr opExiXG at
Y. S. BARKER'S
CHEAP CASH STORE!
.ew Dress Goodi,
At $2.50, worth $3.00.
At $1.25, worth $2.00.
10 to 20 cents.
At 20 cents.
Heavy Bro. 3Inslinsv
At 20 cents.
At 20 & 25 cents.
At reduced prices.
At low prices.
At 25 cents.
At reduced prices.
40 to CO cents.
23 aad 25 cents.
At $20 per auit.
Fur & Straw Hats,
Cheapest ia town.
Si. 00 to $1.50.
Hakes and Forks,
At 25 cents.
Ia great Tariety.
ALL AT SEDUCED PRICES,
THE CHEAP CASH SIP RE.
nronisr rxiczs paid for wool, I
LVTTEI2, EOGJ cy ALL K.Y1S j
A SMALL PBOHTS r
XEW AND CHEAP 1
NEW AND CHEAP !
XEW AND CHEAP I
GO AND SEB
GO .'ND SEE
GO AND SEE!
The sntscriter would rerpectfally an
nounce to the citiiens of Ebensbnrg aad
vicinity that he has just received, at h;s em
porium, oa High street, the largest axd most
complete assortment cf
Tf inter Goods!
J ever troaght to this townvall cf which he
pledges himse J to sell cheep for euk. -
DRESS GOODS, WOOLEN GOODS,
DRY GOODS. WHITE GOODS,
HOOP SKIRTS, HOSIERY,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, 4c
The largest, best and cheapest assortment cf
READY-HADE CLOTHIXG !
to be found within the limits of Cambria co.
Aa excellent assortment cf
&c, ic, i.
A large stock cf
Flc'r, Eicon, Cheeie, Syrvpt. tfolatttt, Hrr
rinr, ilatkrrel, and Cod F-th, Iron and
Aat.V, Cedar end Wdlov? Ware, OZe,
Drujt and 2edicinet, &c, 3rc.
Ia fct, he keeps anything aad evesxthiKi
usually kept in a No. 1 Country Store all
wnicn w:u ce disposed cz at prices to suit
Buying twice as Urge a stock as any other
merchant in to-wn, he buys cheaper, aad caa
therefore tell cheaper, thaa any competitor.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS !
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS I
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS !
The public is inTited to call before pareha
sing elsewhere. No charge for showing
goods, bur or not buy.
Customers waited oa by p-olite and atten
Cherry, Pcplar, Spruce, Pine, aad
other Lumber, Butter, Eggs, and Country
Produce generally, taken ia exchange for
Goods. jax.24 A. A. BARKER.
QLOCK AND WATCHMAKER !
C. T. Rclertt has constantly ia his store a
well selected aad Taried assortment cf arti
cles, which he ofers cheap Uz cash ; tax:
A Silver American WATCH fcr $23.00.
CLOCKS cf every style and finish, &t reduced
JEWELRY cf the very best material, war
ranted. An:h-r and Lepine WATCHES, one-third
cheaper thaa in IScS.
Geld Finger RINGS, one-third cheaper thaa
Morton s Go!J PENS, at the manufacturers
Gold, Silver, Steel, and Plated SPECTA
CLES, cheaper than eTer.
PIf.ted FORKS, Tea and Table SPOOS, es
good as Silver.
Plated CASTORS, Card and Cake BASKETS,
GOBLETS, and MUGS.
RIFLES tad SHOT GUNS, that will kill at
REVOLVERS and PISTOLS, with CAR
TRIDGES to suit.
PIPES of Gutta Percha, Wood, and China.
Lockwood'a COLLARS, the best yoa caa
SCHOOL BOOKS, cheaper thaa elsewhere.
TOYS and TOY BOOKS, for & mere song.
Singer s SEWING MACHINES, with Cottoa,
Silk, and Oil.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, to hold from 12 to
ACCORDIANS, VIOLINS, FLUTES. FIFES,
Violin ECWS, STRINGS, and KEYS.
' Drums, Whistles,
Horns, Jews harps.
Neck ties, Canes,
Checkers a Boards,
Razors and Stress,
Gun Caps, Purzles,
Arnold's best Writing
Red aai Black Ink.
Ink Stands, Pea Rack;,
Miscellaneous a Blank
Pass Books. Diaries,
And many other article.
CALL AXD GET BARGAIXSr
t Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry re
paired ia the test style of workmanship, and
Thankful for past favors, the subcribr
hopes by strict attention to business to merit
a continuance of public patronete.
i-! C. T. ROEERTS
OOT and SHOE EMPORIUM ! "
The subscriber tegs leave to inform
the public that he has opened out a Boot and
Shoe Store ia the rooms formerly occupied
by Davis & Evans, oa Center street, Ebens
burir. where he will csj-jt on t. Vr-
j an extensire scsile.
j READY-MADS BOOTS asi SHOES
Fvr tcU at CUy Prist .'
BOOTS isb SHOES nae to or&r
On tlortu: notice!
ts?i,The public are invited to give me &
call. I vrill sell chesp as tbe ctes-rit. mi
wtrrnn: r-y stctL nd cis-i to trir f f:fc