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Fremont . not Eligible to the Presidential
It seenv? by the following article from the
New York Express, that there exists a strong
probability that Fremont was not Lorn in tho
United States, and, therefore, is not constitu
tionally eligible to the Presidency. We in
vite attention to the article ia the Express,
WnERK Fuemoxt was Lonx. Yv e need not
beg pardon of the public for freely discussing
where Eremont was born, because under tho
Constitution of the United States, a man must
be bom here, in these United States or have
been here when the Constitution was adopted,
in order to be its President. Hence, if, as
alleged, and as believed by many, and as cir
cumstances iudicatc. the French father of Col.
Fremont took the mother of Col. Fremont out
of th United States, with the intent to live
abroad, the son bom abroad is Constitution
ally disfpiallifed for being President.
wThe Urography of Mr Digelow, (editor
of tho Evening Post) the inspiration, doubt
less of Fremont himself, has now reached
llichmond, Ya.. and, as wo suspected, nearly
all of it that relates to Fremont's origin is he
lion, or to quota the llichmond Dispirit :
"It reads like a novel. It id quite desti
tute of such a prosaic element as fact. The
Legislature of Virginia never sanctioned the
reparation of Mr. and Mrs. Pryor by pausing
jan act of divorce. We l ave examined the
Acts of Assembly from 1S01 to 1817, (Fre
tnoot was born, according to his biographer,
January 21, 1813,) and in all that time there
were but two divorces grauted, neither of
which was Mr and Mrs Pryor.
We know nothing of the circumstanced
of their marriage. Wo never heard that tho
old gentleman was rich or gouty. lie kept a
ort of a pleasure garden for public entertain
ment, which is not consistent with the idea of
being a nabob. In short, we know the di
voree part of the above tt ry is untrue and we
don't believe one word of the remainder of it.
We only allude to the subject to vindicate the
truth of history, and do justice to the State
and individuals, unjustly assailed in the above
We were certain, at the start, that an old
staid State like Virginia never divorced par
ties for the reasons given in the biography,
that the parties had influential friends. The
Actt of Assembly disclose the fact, and stimps
tiie lie on the biography."
The Richmond "Whig publishes the will
and testament of Pryor, to show that no stch
divorce as alleged took phce. The will reads
thus, as recorded in the Hustings Court, 1 S22:
I, John Pryor of the city of Richmond,
do make and ordain ths writing as and for
my last will and testament, hereby expressly
revoking all other wills and testaments, here
tofore made by me. Whereas, under a well
founded impression and confident belief hat
ny late wife, Ann Pryor. had departed this
lite, I have intermarried with Elizabeth (J raves
who alone is recognized by me as my wife,
none other having any just claim upon mc, or
my estates, in that character, I do will and
direct as follows :
lie marries, because l:c believes his late
wife was dead"! The father of Fremont, re
cording to the biography, was wandering with
the mother "of John C. Fremont among the
Indians of the Southwest according to our
Vermont correspondent, French Canadians
but according to the Richmond Whig the fath
er fled with his wife to France ! Now, where
bis Bon was born we have a right to know by
proof unquestionable, for every presumption
is against his being born in the United States.
"These are painful facts to approach and
to discuss, but when such a monstrous impo
sition is attempted as this upon our Northern
people, we shrink not f om it. It is a duty
we owe to our country and to God, aud we
will discharge it fearlessly ia the midst of every
storm, and the more fearlessly the fiercer is
the abuse or threat. Jt is net true that the
motlter of Col. Eremont teas divorced. It is
not a fart that he teas bora in Satannah or
Charleston, as alledged ; or if it is. it can be
proved. It is a fact that the Frenchman con
nected with the mother of Fremont left Rich
mond to wander," somewhere but where
we do not know.
Now, gentlemen, it is of no use to abuse
us, but meet our facts. To tell U3 " we lie,'.'
will not lie down th will of Col Pryor or the
Richmond legislative record, that no divorce
, was obtained. To tell us the birth place is
not a matter of proper discussion, is to fiy in
the very face of the constitution of the Uni
ted States; for it is our constitutional right to
know beyond all cavil where a candidate for
the Presidency of the Uuited States was
From a Carreixmdent of the Richmond W'Jtig.'
Richmond, Monday, Aug. IS, 1 $;".
Sir: The political position of Col. Fre
mont, and the Memoir of the Life and Ad
rent urat of Jbhn Charles Frcnvntt. by John
Digelow, make it my painful but bouudeu du
ty to publish the following statement :
John Pryor, a captain of artillery in the
Continental army, owned and kept a livery
table and a public garden in this city, called
Haw Market. Major Pryor, ia his old age,
married Miss Ann Whitting, of Gloucester
ounty. About the year, 1807, W, S. and
YV. S. P., pupils, and Francis Fremont, a
teacher in Ilallcr's Academy, boaided with
She (the mother) eloped with Fremont, and
was not heard of for many years. Pryor died
in the year 1823."
We have eliminated this communication,
vouched for by the editor as from an old resi
dent of Richmond, because we mean to cm
line all our discussions oa this subject to the
birth place of Fremont, to the exclusion of
all other offensive points. The right to know
chere a J'rcsidential atpiravt iras born, ice
repeat it a Constitutional privilege, and ice
mean to insist upon it.
No Taxation Without Repressntation.
The great principle contended for by our
Revolutionary fathers in 177t, was that there
should be 'no taxation without representation.''
The Rritish Parliament, they claimed, had
no right to legislate for the American colo
nics when they had no representative in that
body. Who can claim that the patriots of
'7C were unjust in their demands, who believes
in a Republican form of Government? In
185G we have a party ia this country which
occupies tho 6ame position that the Tories of
the Rritish Parliament did in 177G. They
claim that the people of the Territories, in
fitead of making their own laws and regula
tions by a local legislature, should be govern
ed by the Congress of the United States, a
body in which they are not represented and
have no vote. Here is the whole ground of
'difference between the Democracy and the
VOTE . FOR "CANAL COMMISSIONER-
I Counties Democrats. Fusion.
Adams 2300 2270
Allegheny, SCSI 12319
Armstrong, 2411 2S06
Beaver, " 1701 2110
Bedford, 2290 2173
Berks, 10000 S939
Blair, 1939 2626
Bradford. 2042 0017
Rucks, . 0205 5G09
Butler. 25G0 .3098
Cambria 2739 155G
Carbon 1591 938
Center, 272-3 2404
Chester. 5851 G297
Clarion, 2537 1GS0
Clearfield, 1811 1181
Clinton, 1408 1277
Columbia, 27UG 1C97
Crawford, 2S95 41 G I
Cumberland ' 2326 2975
Dauphin, 2944 34G9
Delaware, 1910 2-133
Elk, 492 253
Erie, 1980 4083
Farctte, 3418 0235
Franklin, S300 C41G
Ftfiton. 933 G79
Greene, 047 1553
Huutir-don, 1910 2196
Indiana 1500 3317
Jefferson, 1320 1449
Juniata, 1311 1202
Lancaster, SU29 10473
Lawrence, 1107 26S5
Lebanon, 2212 277G
L-high, 4CG3 3192
Luzerne, 55G3 45G2
M'Kean, 498 730 1
Mercer, 2590 3434
;;r;!in, if 5) if.i9
Monroe, 2047 528 ,
Montgomery, G727 d7c3
Montour, 1221 000
Northampton. " 4004 23-M
NoitLumberhmd, 2S94 171G
Pcrrv, 2057 1970
Philadelphia, 30038 32G04
Pike, SI 5 254
Potter, G74 1117
Schuylkill, C3GI 4623
Somerset, 1773 2547
Snyder, 1123 1377
Susquehacna, 2320 3124
Sullivan, 501 334
Tiogr, 1111 3059
Union. 3 043 1483
Venango, 1989 1DG4
Barren, 3 1C0 1G52
li'ashington, 4310 4424
1 iay nc, 2192 2055
B'ettmorelaud, 4020 42S5
Wyoming, . 1081 1010
York, 0070 4591
Total, 212880 210112
Majority, 277 4
Ilore Comfort fcr the Enow-Nothings!
the New York Hendd's lender of Friday, to
which we invite the special attention of our
Fillmore friends :
We have no doubt no, from what we have
seen, that if the Fremont party, instead of
comjJ.icating their cause and their candidate
tcitlt the rump of Knoic-Nothingism and the
peddling tricksters of the Fillmore faction,
had presented themselves before the people of
Penusylvj-nia upon a clean issue, as between
Fremont and Buchanan, that," instead of a
lea 3 and contested popular majority, they
would have carried the State by thirty or for
ty thousand The huckstering Know-Nothings
which they might have lost would have
been amply compensated for in larger acces
sions from the old fashioned democracy.
The heavy opposition vote of the Black
counties of Pennsylvania, where Fillmore and
his Know Nothingism were out of the way, is
highly significant of the great secret of the
strength of the opposition party; while on
the other hand, the strength of the democrats
in those localities where Fillmoreism was re
lied upon to defeat them, shows as clearly the
enfidding influences of this defunct clement
oj inoc ochtngism.
A more unscrupulous horde of hungry
Mood suckers we dare say, never existed in
any party, or in any country, than the horde
en;:: posed of fnc lenders, managers and huck
sters of the Know Nothing Fillmore camp.
They use him as a decoy duck, or stool pi
geon for the lame ducks of tho spoils demo
cracy in every Northern State.
All these things'go to show that there is
nothing bat treachery in any co-ilition icith
these Fillmore traitors and hucksters in the
votes of their deluded followers; and that in
Pennsylvania, as in New York and the New
England States, and in Ohio an 1 the West,
these Fillmore managers are willing to sell
themselves to Buchanan at less than cos.t.
The result in favor of the Fremont move
ment, against a powerful, united and desper
ate enemy, against stupid committees and
treacherous spoilsmen, and icith this dead
ireight of the dead Ixxly of Know Nothing ism
upon its back, proves the irresistablo srenth
of the Fiemont cause with the people, over
all obstructions and impediments.
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AlUlISON GON TO -fits Pkxitentiart.
Some of Sheriif Brashear's efficient deputies
escorted recently sixteen delegates from this
city to the Ohio Penitentiary. Ainonc tho
number was Arrison, the murdeecr of the Al
lisons by an infernal machine. None of tho
prisoners evinced any emotion on their transit
to Columbus. When they reached that place
they found between three and four hundred
persons collected to see Arrison Some of
these criud out that he ought never to have
been brought there that lie ought to have
been hung, and the like Arrison scowled at
this, and remarked that 'ten years would soon
pass by, and when he got out he would make
some fcuffer." lie said he didn't mean to at
tempt an eseape, but "when begot out he
would give hell to somebody." After he had
his beard shaved, head trimmed and prison
clothes put on, he was about to utter another
threat when Mr Hoffman, an old and efficient
keeper, told him sternly not to utter another
word, that he was now a prisoner in the Ohio
Penitentiary, and must not speak to any one
but him (Mr. II ) Arrison attempted for a
moment to look scornful, but he cowered be
fore the stern officer and did not dare utter a
word. He was put to sawing axe handles, the
most laborous work in the prison. V .
Governor Geary, of Kansas, has lately been
fiercely abused in the Black press, because he
prevented, as they assert, a "peaceable corn
pan y of emigrants" from entering the Terri
tory. How peaceable they were, and for what
oorposes they came, may be iuiagiued, when
we state there was found with them the follow
ing implements of husbandry:
4 cat nons ;
145 breech-loading muskets;
200 co.mmon muskets ;
2 officer's sabres ;
11 kegs of powler;
Th?re was also a quantify of lead, at:d sev
eral hundred Sharpe's rines and revolvers.
The truth was, it was an armed battalion,
commanded by Generals Pomeroy and Perry,
sent into Kansas to promote civil Avar and
strife. Who will blame the Governor for his
course? Yet tho freedom shriekers" doit
for the reason that civil war in Kansas will
promote their electioneering purposes. Are
they not a beautiful party ?
Name of ax Elector Pjuxted Wf.oxg.
The name of the Democratic candidate for the
twelfth District, in many of the papers in the
oiaie, is wrongly printed, m some ot tue
papers it is spelt Ostcrhaulf, in others Austor
houl, and soon. The name, is Osterlicut !
Let the mistake bo corrected in time to save
us from serious mortification. Electoral tick
ets have already been printed with the error
we have pointed out of course they mast be
cancelled and others substituted iu their place.
Settling Coffee. The Boston Post is re
sponsible for the following:
About a year ago we chronicled the con
version of a bright young Whig lawyer of
Philadelphia from Whiggery to Democracy.
His name was, and is, George A. Coffey, and
he was represented, like the boy's dog, as
" almighty smart " But Democracy was want
ing iu h.shtkin or egg-shells to settle Mr. Cof
fee, and he was biled over and ruu away, and
wasted himself in Black BepuUicanism.
Thus, Mr. Coffey,
You are off, eh 'I
The Camels which were introduced in Tex
as are said to be doing finely, and are well
adapted to the frontier service, for which they
A Chin ecrod.
There is one fact that should be noted rel
ative to the result in Penn-ylvania on Tues
day lastand that is, that whilst at the elec
tion of 1S55, as well as ai several previous
elections, the Democracy, :dlhough success
ful, only carried the State by a plurality, there
being th rcc tickets in the fiyj 1 at the" recent
election, in the largest poll ever made (and
with only tiro tickets ia the field) we beat all
the combined forces of the opposition by a ma
jority of over SIX THOUSAND VOTES!
This is the cleanest and most triumphant vic
tory ever achieved by the Democracy of Penn
sylvania, and the moral influence it will exert
ail over the country must have a tremendous
effect iu settling the Union and the Constitu
tion upon a firm aud endurina: basis.
What Doculas has heex Sayixg. In a
speech of Senator Douglas, delivered at Ga
lena recently, and reported, says the Augusta
Chronicle, in a Democratic paper, he re
" They call me a pro-slavery tnnn : but I
am, like you, opposed to slavery, and rejoice
in the policy which has made the slavehohlins
States at this time. I am proud that. my
adopted State of Illinois is a free State, and
will remain so, All Northern Democrats are
opposed to slavery."
A Suspension Bridge is to be built across
the Mississippi, at St. Louis, Mo., to be eighty-four
feet above high water mark, and more
than a mile in length. The greatest distance
between towers will be 1800 feet, and the
foundation of some of the towers will be GO
feet below the surface of low water. Mr J.
W- Bisscd, of Boehester, N. Y., has received
the appointment of engineer The bridge is
expected not to cost less than two millions of
ceo. m. nm:n. t. j.. iikyku.
KECI Si BIET12R,
ATTO Jl NE YS AT L A W,
For December Term, l5u 1st week
2 Cnanctllor et al, vs Ivibler, tt ai
1 Patterson, fjr use
vs Dougherty, et al.
II. J. ROBERTS, Trot'y.
0 Fenlon, S. P.,
. Oct. 21, 183G.
vs Todd's exrs
vs Litzinger, ct al .
vs Marlett, et al
-vs Surumerhill two
vs Galbreath, et al
vs Wilkinson, ctvl
vs llamiltou, ct al
, vs Durbin
vs Kirk pat rick'3 cxr
vs Burke, ct al.
1 Iiheam, tt al,
5 Moycrs, ct al
8 Bniniil', et al
9 Litzinger, exr
1 3 Taylor, for use
19 ilaguire, ct al
21 Hall, for use
22 Dimond, et al
23 l'emia. It. 11. Co
27 Or mu
Oct. 29, '50,
ii. J. kofj;i:ts
Estate ol'Jsxmcs I... Tatt, ctce'd.
JJlIhliLAS, Ictteis of Administration on the es-
tate of James L. Watt, lato r.f Summiti-illo
Cambria co., dec'd.liave been "granted by the Be
ister of said county, to the unilcrs-gued, notice is
hereby given to all persons having claims against
said estate to present them properly authentica
ted for settlement, and those indebtsdnrc rcques
ted to make payment without delav.
Oct. 28, 1 8 5c-c t . Ma i; V ix len Watt. ;
rpIIE subscribers, Laving purchased the rilit
4Tw niake !ind fH"U HABDEMAN'SBATKNT
AU.jLbl'AIiLK IIABKOW, and beir.S anxious to
have it immediate! v introduced, propose to -K
township rights at very low rntes. This Harrow
is one of t he most important improvements of the
age, and especially suitable for this country. We
respectfully invite fmuf-is to come and examine
this Barrow. We will be ready to sell township
rights until the 1st of December, after which time
the towusLips aot disposed of will l e reserved by
l!S- 1 'Jlfi. M'CAUUr; & CO.
. October 29lh,.1135G 1 tf. -
rpllh siibfcril.HT has just received and now op--L
ened out at his store n m ia the borough of
Lorelto. a large and well selected stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
viz ; CI. -ths,Cassimeres, Satinet, Tweeds. Jeans,
.tii.-. i'H!.s jk:.s. i lentil jMjri.KX-s, Tartan
Maid, Silks, Do Laincs. Poplins, English Mcri
no"s, Coburgs, Alpacas, Debeue, Bay State ovi
and square shawls,, Calicoes, Ginghams, Checks,
Ticking, &c. A handsome assortment of
togotber with a large a.-s rtmer.t of Groceries,
Hardware, Q ieeosware. Drugs. Oils. Paint, Pat--ndrfbi'hein
's. Uye-st-ufft. Nails bv the keg. Glass
'bthe box, Fish and Salt b$ the barrel, Cedar-v.-are,
together with many other articles too nu
merous to mention, all of which will be so 1 at the
lowest figure. Grain of all kind taken lmards
and shingles wanted. P. IP SHIELDS. "
Loretto. O .t. 29, 1856 1 tf
JE I YS AXI) GENTILES OUTDOXE!
'pirn H S pn rni prn VPTTH Hr'TflV 3 TF 1 1
rjnU! undersigned would res-eetfid!y inform
JL the citizens of Ehensbtirg aiul surrounding
country, that tl.ey l.uve received a bire assort
from the. Eastern cities. The st.-x-k corny r;';cs all
the Litest styles, and suited to all sizes, from the
obi to the yoiing, and the prices adapted to the
wunts (X the rich an 2 the p.,.r. The stock' con
mil ajijl fitter rivitlilng,
tine black and blue new style Dress and Frock
Coats, business coats f all qualities, double and
single breasted vests, plain and fancy pants f
every quality. ALStj A fall supply of hats,
caps, shirts, :.J!ars. Cravats, handkerchiefs, sus
peudvrH, hofU-ry, gh;vts, stocks, S:c.
The clothes-wealing publican re.-pcctfully so
ic't:d to C;d!. andexandne and price their pnd.s,
and judjre of their qaalitv and cheapness tin m
selves. EVANS & 11TGIIES.
. Kbnsl r,rg, O;t.20, 135'b ly.
NEW ARRIVAL! CHEAP GOODS!!
Gsorge Kl'Cann in tie . Held.
THE .undersigned would respeettV.'Jy inform the
good citizens of Ebensburg and the surround
ing vieh.ity. that he has just received from the
East one of the most ehoh-e stock of goods ever
brought to this place. The stock is varied, and
selected with an eye to the immediate wants of
the public. His stock consists of the following:
A r'iiieral assortment f X:w Styles of Full
and Winter (Joodx, comprising a curidy (f La
dies Drcas Goods, among which tcill le found
Brocade, Silks of all ca'jr & styles
ilcromi.'S, Fr. & Eng. i'reiicii & wool Plaids,
Shirts cf all kinds
A splendid 1 t of Ladies Cloaks an 1 Talmas,
with A. lot of ShawU, consisting of the following
styles, liroehe, Turkera, S;c1a, long ani square
Bay-State, ami gents travelling ShawD.
Together with an innumerable assortment of nr
cles not mentioned, usually kept in a country
store. These goods will be sold at fair prices.
Call and examine, even if you do not wish to pur
CONNECT KD with the store s a larsi
j stock of MILLS Ell Y GOODS. Every?i
article' ia this linewe have on baud, ami
will be constantly in receiut of the latest stvlos
of n'jXXETS for old and yor.mr. RIBBONS
;.f every pattern and color, LACES, ED G IXG,
A beautiful assortment oi iuO LURING Goods
now on hand, and t prices to suit the times.
Lailies are respectfully invited to call aud ex
amine this stock which is far ahead of any goods
of a similar kind brought to this place.
Ebensburg, Oct. 29, 1S5G.
Ci ATdE to the residence of the subscriber, residing
t in Carroll township, Cambria county, Pa, a
GREY 3IAI1E, about twelve or fifteen years old,
has a lump oa caeX forel.'g. She had ajropcnalt
er on when taken up. LEVI LUTHEll.
October 22d, li5-J.
ALLS the attention of the inLab-
itants of Johnstown
ling; country, to his large and Kj-""- J.
tifiil assortment of "iii'eiU'A
mm, imB, mm, n ki
which he h determined to sell oil' cheap for CASH
Knowing that he can and will sell cheaper than
any house iu town, or in tiie East or Wc-st. Those
wishing bargains would do well to call upon him
and examine his
STOCK "AND PR1GBS
before purchasing elsewhere. The mass of Ir.s
stock consists of the
NEWEST STYLES AND OT TEE
FINEST W.OSSM ANSHIP.
Also, thos- wishing to purcha.-.e wholesale can
buy as cheap here as in the East and cheaper than
in the West. I lo challenges Johnstown for style
and qnalitj of goods.'
lie invites all to call and see for themselves, r.s
the word humbug never did belong to his name or
his dealings. " -" -
Johnstown, Oct, 22, 1S5C.
lall'OJlTAXT XOTICE. '
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Milton
Huberts, dee'd, for costs as Prothonotary mid
Clerk of the Q tarter Sessions are hereby notified
to make payment without delay, as it will be ve
ry unpleasant for me to have to resort to compul
sory measures and thereby add costs, which will
be imperative unless paid shortly.
Howard J. Roberts, of this borough is duly au
thorized by me to receive said fees and rece pt fcr
the same. Ile will atteud for that purpose, a
the Frothonotary's office, in Ebensburg, at the en
suing Court iu December next. : - ,
. JOHN WILLIAMS, IVr.-
.; Ebensburg, Oct. 25, 18:C tf. .
- C03S3IISsIOAI:R' AOTit'I ......
commissioner appointed ly the C-iirt of
X Common Fleas in the matter of the subpona
to the executor and heirs of Daniel Ficimcr de
ceasexl, to enforce specific performance of a con
tract entered Int. with Allen Snarp. in his life
time, hereby gives notice that he will attend to
the duiiesof his appointment at the office of Kit
tdl array, in Ebensburg, on Friday, the 2 1st
day of November next, at. 1 o'ebtek V. M.
V"M. A. IdUItliAY, Oom'r.
Ebensburg, Oct.-22, 'SO 4t-
1 -i. Ii ;. '"i .1.
FpJlF, subscriUr cifcis for sale the following de
X scribe 1 proptrty, situate in Washington tp.,
Cue ht sLv.ated near (he A. P. R. R., fronting
on said road, 100 feet front, with a largo tavern
stand thereon erected.
ALSO 220 acres of excellent timber land, T-j
acres cbared, and in good cultivation, situated
near the A. V. R. R. ALSO One 1 ;t near Lil
ly's station. Persons wishing to purchase can call
on the subscriber, at No. 4. A. V. R. R. Posses
sion given on the 1st day of Atri! next.
Oct. 22. 1 850 3t. J. M'G ONIGLE.
AN election wli be held by the Stockholders of
Jen'ersoii and ElH-nsburg Pboik R.ad Company' at
the oliiee of Win. Palmer, in Jefferson, on Monday
the 3d day cf November next at one o'clock P.
M., ior the purpose of choosing officers fer the en
suing year, WM. PALMER, Prcs't.
OcU.ber 8 1S&6.
Ijj tiie loint oi Common I'kas of
vs. No. 2d Dec. Term 1S50
Wm. II. Hamilton ad- -
ininistrator of Wm. I 2nd al. Scire Facias.
Barnett, dee'd. J
Caibria County ss.
The Commonvreaith cf Pennsylvania,
To the Sheri2" cf Cambria county,
vnrr.KAS, Edward Burk, heretofore in our
County CV.ut of Cvjmuiou Picas of the County of
Cambria, to wit : ou the 2d of January, Anno
Domino, ouc thousand tight hundred and forty
nine, before the honorable the Judges then con
stituting the s.ime Court at Ebensburg, by the
eons. deration of the same (Jourt, recovered against
William H. llamiltou, admV of William Harnett
dee'd, of the sfdd county,. Yeoman, as well a. cer
tain debt of thirty three dollars f.nd sixty-eight
ctnts, hiwful money of the United State?, as also
ten dollars and seven tj and three-fourili cents,
like money, which to the said Ivlward Burk, in
our same Court were adjudged for bis damages,
which he sustained by the detention of that debt,
with interest ou the debt from the 21 day of Jan
uary, one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine,
whereof the said adm'r of Wm. Baraett was con
vict, as of record and proceedings in our said C iirt
lefiii'eour Judges at 1-beiiborg, remaining, man
ifestly appears. Never thcle&s execution of the
same Judgment as yet remains to be made, r.s by
the insinuation of Edward Burk we have received
and because we are willing that those things whieh
are right in our said Court should be. done, we
command you that j'ou make known to Alex. B,
Pringle, adm'r, de bonis uou of Vm. Barnett.
dee'd., with notice to Robert Barnett, Mrs. Sarah
E. Pringle and Alexander B. Piiagleher husband
Theodore Harnett, Mary Jano Barnett and Harry
Barnett children and heirs at law of William Bar
nett deceased that they be and appear before our
Judges at Ebensburg, at our County Court of
Common Pleas, there to be held, on the first Men
day in December next, to &how if anything for
themselves they know or have to say, why the
aforesaid Edward Burk ought net to have execu
tion cf the debt and damages aforesaid tjecording
to the form and effect of the said recovery, if to
him it shall seem cxpe-'icnt. And have you then
and there this writ.
Witness, the IIonoTalL George Taylor, Presi
dent of our same 0urt at Ebensburg, this thii-t-.cnth
day of September, i:i tic year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and tiftv-six.
A true copy, II. J. ROBERTS, Prot'y.
J'JHi; ROBERTS, Sheriff.
!S hereby given to the Stockholders of the Ebens
burg el- Susquehanna Flank Road Company,
that an election will be held in the Court House,
ia Ebcu.-burg, on Monday, the 2d day of Ne vtm
bor next, at 2 o'clock, P. M., f r the purpose of
electing ofiieers for the ensuing vear.
J'.illN LLOYD, Scc'y
Ebensburr,"Oet. 15, lt5 3. td
c o mi 2 1 1 s i o i: xi' & x ori i l k.
TDK Commissioner, appointed by the Court of
Common Picas of Cambria county, to take the
testimony in'the matter of the x.-tition of Grcen
burg Tador, for a decree i f specific performance
fif a contract entered into with Daniel O'Keefe,
in his lifetime hereby gives notice to all interes
ted that he will attend to the duties of said ap
pointment, at his office, in Lbenslurg, in Mon
dav, the 17th day of November next, at one o'
clock, P. M. A . C. MULLIN, Com'r.
Kbensborg, Oct. 15, 185G it.
c aai ai i so x izivs ?;ote t; l
TIIF Commissioner, appointed by the Court of
Common PL-as of Cambria county, to take the
testimony iu the matter of the petition of James
M'Coy, for a decree of specific performance of a
contet entered into with Daniel O'Keefe, in his
lifetime, hereby gives notice loail interested, that
he will attend to the duties of said appointment,
at his office in Ebensburg, on Monday, the 17th
dav of November next, at one o'clock, P. M.
J- A. C. MULLIN, Com'r.
El-ensburg. Oct., 15, lSoG.-It.
ltatc oi' -nicliael i-enson, dec'!.
THE undersigned auditor, appointed by the Or
phans' Court of Cambria coiiuty, to ascertain
what amount, if any, of the debts of Michael E-n-son,
deceased, are to be paid out of the proceeds
of the real estate of said deceased, sold by John
Brawley, trustee, by order of said Court, pursu
ant to proceedings in partition, and to investigate
and determine the vaiidity of the claims, as a. so
to ascertain the liens, if any there are, against the
heirs of said Michael Benson, which bind their re
spective interests iu said real estate, hereby noti
fies all persons interested that be will attend to
the duties of said appoiutmeut at his ofhec, m
t he borough of Ebensburg, on
TllUKSDVY, THE 20TH VAX OV NOVEMP.F.T. KEXT,
at one o'clock. P. M. JOHN S. R HEY,
Ebensburg, Oct. loth, 'oG. Auditor.
Estate off Tttcr Cantncr, ilecVi.
THE undersigned auditor, appointed by thcOr
l.hans' Court of Cambria county, to make dis
tribution of the funds in the hawk of Jacob Kooutz
adm'r of the estate of Peter Gantner, late of Car
roll township, deceased, amongst the parties enti
tled to the same, hereby notifies all persons in
terested iu said fund, that he will attend to the
duties of said appointment at his office, in the boi
ongh of Ebensburg, on
WrnvESOAY, thk H'tii day of Koyrurrv. kext
atone o'ehek P. M. JOHN S. RHEY, .
EiK-nburg, Oct. 15, 'GG -It. Auditor.
iS herobv given to the Stockholders of the Tret
I to Pbiuk Road Cmj)auv, that an election will
hi hehl at Mrs. M. A. M'Kinzics', in Loretto, on
Monday, the L'd day of Novrnilx-r next, at 2 o'
clock, P. f., for the purpose of electing ofu ers
for the ensuing ycar. 1'. BRANlFf', Sec.
Oct.15, 18uC td
OIli5.uv,' CtJLItT S.XZAZ
OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE." "' ''
Y virtire if an o:k r of the Orphan' Court
of tl.ceor.nty f C.Tr?a the U!:der.i.'ni.l
will expose topbiic sa at the luue of Sylvej
ter WeaklAJ'.d, at Chess Si-lings, in Clearfi. U T;h
Cambria countv, on . : "
SATURDAY THE 8TH DAY OF NOVEMBEU
next, at oiij. o'clock iu ti e afternoon, the f-11 w
ing red estate of which Michael M'Dermilt diel
seizeil, situated in the towmhip aud county afore
said, being .a'iotmeiif s Ns. 2, 3, 4. and 5, aa
mentioned and tlcscrii.'ed iu the inquisition had of
the real estate of the said decedent, viz :
No. 2. Bi-ylnning at a chirrytroe. theuco
urrlh 2J degrees west, by land of David Si.ttou,
7G perches to a post, thence south Si'-i degret
east, by lands of Mathcw I-ory, l "o p-crjus t
a pine, thence south, by land of Jame-.; Liteinget
and h i No. oue, 110 j erehes to a sfjue, thenca
by l-.-:t No. one, cast 1 TJ-10 perches to a post,
thence 8Hilh by diviMon liue betweeu 'o's Nos 2,
an 1 12$ jtrcl.es to a iiUgar thence west, by
the Ashland Furatce property, SO jtrches to
spruce, thence north, by land of Jacob Wagii r,
ui) perches to a sugar, thence l.orth 22i dcgroia
wtst by land f Jacob Wagner and James, Ste
phens, 1C2 perches t life j-lace of beginning,
tontani'ii'j: 181 acres r.iid allowance a port it u of
which is e'.e.ire l arid hnviiig these n erected a
hi n e and a log stable iu tin occuj-awev of LucU
No. 5. r.cginnir,f:t a pns t comer of lot
No. 8, thence east l y h t No. 1. 100 pcrvhis to
a post, thence souf!i,by division line between P'tn
NiiS. Gaud 4, 2o2 j erehes" to A pOi,t, tTieree vcrt
by the Ashland Furnace property, 4'J perchts to
map'e, thence north oo degrees west, by same, 17
perches to a pine, thence north by same, 4J de
grees west, ICO n-iches t- a post, thence north
by sme and lot No. 2, loV perches to the jlaco
of begiuning, coiuaining 200 acres and nllowaju-o
a small jrtion of which is cleared.
No. 4. Beginning at a jost a coiner of lot
No 3. thence east by lots Nos. one and five, lf8
perches to a pine, ihenve south 5 degrees v i-V, by
land wai ranted in the name of John Burns, lib
perches to a white oak, thence south CD degree
west, by same 107 erehes to a post, thencs
west, by Ashland Furnace projierty, f.,rty-nine
and a-lialf perches to a post .thence Jiortb, iy lot
No. 3. 2"j2 "j erehes to the j lace i f l-eginnin. con
fTiiiiinc: 179 acies and all iwav.ee abiut CU acrc
r.f wl.icli is cleuici, r.iii ba-.ii:g tbTi-on erccU-d a
hewed b-g bouse.
N . o. Beginning at a' port, thence by h f
No 1, find land of James Litiinger, norlri 'Ah)
porches ti a cltnut oak. t hence cast by l.Uid
warranted iu the name of John Rh p. 2cQptr
cl es to a lott, thence s. v.th 1G degrees wi-st, by
I md f MTDtrr' it and M'Gv.ire and tract in name
of John Burns 00 p rd.es to a sjrvce. thci.ee by
John Piii i.s. north 47 degrees wcit.iS perche s i
n smuce, thence-, by same, north 88 degrees we.-t
72 'perches to a ti.e::0 by lot No. 4.noilh
83 degrees west 10 0 perches to place e4" I cgiuuing
containinir 203 acres an 1 allowance.
TERMS OF SALE. One third of the pur
chase money to be paid i n confirmation of the
sales aou the reM-luo in two equal anneal ':3
ments thercafUr, Avith interest, to be secured by
the Judgment Bonds ai.d Mortgage of the jur
chaser. WILLIAM EITTEI.L.Trv?ff-o.
P. S. The Trustee aboye Enme-el will le at
Ai-hland Furnace. t noon, em the day previous
to the sale, and will point oh it the proj-crty fc
peismis w ho may w ish to make an exaniiuation
of the premise and will meet him there.
October 8, 1SGG.
SCw COOXiS, XEW GOODS.
THE subserilor takes pleasure in announcing
to his numerous oustt.mers, and the public
generally, that he is now ojcr.iug one of the
largest tind met disirable stoeks ef
FALL AND W NT Ell GOODS 1
ever presented to this commnnitj-. Uis stock
consists elderly of the f Rowing vi :
LADIES DRESS GOODS!
such as Talmas, Vizcttes. Shawls. Silks, Meri
nos, C:uh me res, Vcolra Plaids, De Liines, De
B:u'es, Alapacas, Gingliam?, Cahru ; BONNETS
Ribbons, Collars. Trimming.-&e.
GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING !
such as Over Cots, Dress C.wts, Pants, Vests,
Shirts, Drawers, &. Also a l irge stock o f
such r.s BVown and P.leached Muslins, Prillr,
Denims. Shirtings, Checks, Kentucky Jeans, Sati
nets, Casviriicres, Flannels Liwkcys, Tid.ing,
i:lanlis, c. Also
Bots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. Trunks, Hardware.
Q irensware, Ghtss.ware, Tinware, and a large
He wouhl solicit Farmers who arc in want of
GOOD CORN SI1ELLERS & STRAW CU1TEKS
to call and examine Ir's stock; he would wish
nl-o to infoim them thrd be has r.usde arrange
ments to supply them -with all kind of FER
TILIZERS, such as P ruvhm and Mexican Cu
aiM, tc. He invites one and nil to come and
CXarrillC his large and well selected Sbik, l-forc
purchasing elsewi.cre, as be is dcte rmii.ed to k-H
at smaller' profits Ihr.n ever b.;foc known in this
vi:iiiitv. The ONE PRICE SYSTEM will U
continued as berete'tVre, S-i that parents may send
their children to make junehuses with as muih
advantage as if the v went then. selves.
DANIEL M 'LA UG ELI N.
Tunnel Hill, OctoM-r 8, LoG.
Y virtue of sin en:er of the Q: pb:;n' Curt of
Cambria Countv, the under.Mgi.ed wi:l exi'oso
to jiublic Vendue or outerv, on Saturday the 2"
dav of OetoWr iiist., the following described
Real Instate with the appuiUnane-s, to wit :
All tht lot of ground, situate in the village of
St Aumistin, iu tjie county eif Gimbria, adjoining
lots of George Smiih, John Carle. David Mill
and others; containing one acre and eighteen
ALSO. All that iiece or parcel of lapd, situ
ate in Cleai field tow l.ship, Cambria County, ad
joining lands of Iicw is Cail , John Zcrbe and
othersT containing thirty aervscr thereabouts, uu
improvttl. GCT Sale to Ik held on the t remises on the fol
lowing terms. One half CASH on confirmation
of the Sale, and the I a'.lance in six months there
after, with interest to Ik? secured by the bonds
and Mvrtgnge of the purchaser.
Guardian of the miner heirs of Jc-sepb Whar
OetoU-r 8, 1830.
Administrators Xolicc. -
LETTERS of Administration on the rotate of
E1 ward Hutcliinson Esq., bite of the Bor
ough cf Eleusburg Cambria county dccea.-eJ.
having lten granted to the subscribtr, l y tho
Register of sid county. Notice is hereby 4cn
toa'd persons indebted to said cstnto to make im
mevliate pay meet, and th- having ilain.R against
the same, will present I hem duly authenticated
II. K1NKEAD, AdiuV.
Ootr.bcr 15, ISLC. Ct.
ESTATE OF I.kTSD BAVSS t?lZC-J.
THE undersigned, Audit-r appointed by the
Or jeans' Ceurt ef tVnbiia coimty, to ex
amine, decide and report, uji-n the Except!. -t.s
filed to the a vount of Stephen Lloyd Executor e.f
David Davis dee'd. mid r.L-o repoit Vitribution,
will attend to the duties e-f said appointment, .-it
bis office ii. Eli'nsLivrg nn Tuewlay I lie iubtevnth
elavef November ni'xt. at eaie o'clock P. M.
JOHN S. RHEY, Auditor.
October 8, 18oG. 4t. .
OATEOLIC Prnvr Ro..l;s, Cafeel- i-s. R. f a
lies aud Cruciiises, at J. MDI-bMll"b'