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lAst vf Diancd Men.
ALLEGHENY AND GALLITZIN.
151 in wheel GO drawn.
lleroiiiinou? Fiester, Henry J. Little,
.... AI..H ... i..i IV, J, Wm (Vie. i
A Si .
i-,;' n,(1 (Vnlov. Wm. Storm. !
.lohii T. btorm, lemarl Smith, Thomas
V. ui v. j j
Kowkuid, James "Wherry, Patrick Conner
John Groves, Joseph Urban, Joseph
Wills, Joseph Uiller, Henry Will, Fd
Farabaufih. Fred. Miller, Samuel A.
Short, David Hums, Peter J. Mullin,
l'liilip Jackson (col.), Michael L. McCoy
Nathan Sanders, Jolm Nikol, John liigel,
Thomas McCloskcy, Owen M'Centers,
Alovstis Lawlcr, David Watt, Edward
MnHen, John Trcxler, George Fii- k, II.
Sanker, James Nult, Wilson Gallagher,
P. F. Carney, John McCoy, John How-
II, Jacob Naide, Francis l'nrrish, Miclil.
Clark, Francis A. Storm, John T. Davis,
.losenh Adams. Adam .Moony, Caleb
Douglass, Christian Fceniode, Alexander j
Coulter, Anthony Sanker, P. J. Cliriste,
l'eter Earhart, George Lentz, Pobert
Christfer, James Owens, E. Kupcrt.
02 in wheel 01 drawn.
Miles Gibbs, Samuel S. Wasson, Win.
Alexander, Michael Flugerty, Win. liich
ards, David Custer, Wm. 11. Goughner,
leorge Corner, Joseph J. Mangus. (ieo.
Walters, Thomas Iliglilands, Dennis
( luughnour, Jellerson Horner, John Mc
Curdv, Thomas Donlbrd, Michael F.i-
( . alter.-. cor:
i, Ja;.i s Co Is.
1 L" in wlicc! 2') drawn.
Jehu Noon, D. tii. 1 C. Kring. Jacob P.
Paul, G.-o:;;.: Dei -key, (too. ( i rum1 iling.
Upd-urat't, Jo.-. -pi; (Ji.s, Jos.-;h
Yo-Icr, John Custer, Davi 1 Varnei
par i Kli o-Ics, .lost p!i Uo, "J. i'j unii
Reighart, Eniaim.-I Webb. .1
S:r n cr,
Samuel ! I nn r, D:::ad
Conrad Kri:i'r. Frank'l'.i F'au
:i::sr spri 'gs bo.;ougii.
2 in wheel i drawn.
Peter Urban, Jason Cruui, An i:
MeGrai.'i, Luke M y-. r.
bo in wheel S drawn.
J:i'b Witters. How
Poweil. 'i'. W. Il.dhn, Dani 1 .M. it hews,
A 1 Oil Ee-eh, Wadi. Dclur.ir, Jacob Gra
der. M L" NSTER T W N SI 1 1 P.
C'2 in wheel S drawn.
Wm J. Myers, Jolm P. ltd, John C
Brown, Ma'lu w Cugli, Henry C Frict
i.o'.i. .John Noel, Wm. Lilly, Francis
l'"a: r -n.
.IS in wheel IS drawn.
lLr.uu Dohh Dcniel Delu.ier,
Neason, J .uncs Ivory, S. Wai
Jollies Diver, Tho.-
Crook, James F. Mc.Mu'.ih:, Richard Na-g!.-,
Mi -ha I Harnuclc, James :i'Cios!,ey
John Wiis.-ct, John Kri.' Jam .- .MCo,
.'ains E. Ncasun, Willi an: M..i,;.:is, Ja.-.
S U M M E 1 1 1 II L L TOWNSHIP,
(il in the wheel 18 drawn.
John Wright, Peter Keating, Daniel
Longptreet, Valentine Matzy, Michael
Gl.ason, John McDiinn, John I Wan,
John Warpeld, David E. Davis, Win. A.
Shelly, Henry Walters, Alex. P. Skelly,
John J. Weaver, James Dasher, James
F. Skelly, Win. Sharrctts, David Shaffer,
Joseph A. Wright. .
SL'SQ C EH A N NA TO WNSH1 P.
71 in wheel 22 drawn.
Samuel Prothler, Laac Weakland. I).
Arble. Partholoniew Sniinn .T..I... i:
(i lass, Christopher Lmg, Jerome Piatt,
Wph Pcifner, Mathias Shortenkertcher.
Wm. Miller, David Paugher, Peter Stef
i'ey, Elias Dnskel, A brain Kern, Win.
McDonald, Joseph A. Elliot, James Sut
ton, Win. Perkitresser, Jas. W. Whitcd,
Augustine Crarer, Jonas Pauin, Jolin
o( in wheel 21 drawn.
James M. Towle, James P. M'Canje,
Peter Ilelfrick, John A Krise, Anthony
Gill, Ix?wis Ilariman, John Yager, Elias
Downs, Chas. Gill, Emanuel Vance.
John L. Glunt, Abraham Purkev, Geo'
Lovingmire, Caleb Gray, Lawrence Stick,
Joscpb Towle, uosoph J. higgle jameg
Shorten, George Ilibsh, Ix;wis Paker,
Augustine Ivilpatrick, John N. Pallwea
ver, liichard Elder, John Peck.
211 in wheel i drawn.
i,JM..MeyerT' ,Thom Gorman, David
11. W ilhams, John Sweeney.
CAMBRIA TOWNsmp .
103 in the wheel 4 drawn !
W I ii-.. ,. .
Thomas J. Humphrey, David E. Kohl
John L. L'.ewellus, Peddinger i
. :.. i;i...- i M.;;..i :,.i lVm,
,. ' ,r . , ,, ,, x- Charles Malov, Edward (.ray, (.orge
Pcrrv, Win. Hunt, Andrew 1 ureell. Nun- T , v- ;
, , , ... . . ... i.i r 'Kern, Patrick Moran, John A. Smith,
rod M'lMiol, Christian Straver, 1 luli ... . , v.. . '
... ... ... ,. Andrew l-ogle, Anthony Steward, P r-
( ohaugh, G. W . Y alters, Anthonv Lhine- mwm T i . ir at- l :
, , t i. i. i . i . i. i " ii rtid M C loskev, Peter Moran, Michael .
hot, Isaac P. Pole, Caleb Hitler, John ... , -. ' ., ' .
. ' ..... 1 L.v. Michael ( ariiion. I at Powers. J no.
VI . I . . : 1 1 . : - - " 7
125 in wheel 52 drawn.
John l?arnucle, Peter A. WoaUaml,
Cnspcr .Smith, Andrew 1'. Baker, Svlves-
i, xir,.. 1-v T t r -
ter mine, imam vay, j antes jvane,
Cos., Philip Crook, Peter
Campbell, Henry Fox, John J. Davis,
Gotleib Fiester, Win. Dick, John Isit-
zel, Fred, llouk, Geo. Seymour, John
MeCauly, Francis Weakland Augustine
Yost, Jr., John llopier, John Sharbaugh,
Archibald Smith, Win. Cole, Christ Carl
hein, Andrew Leibold, Patrick Kane,
John Uookhcniycr, Nathaniel J. liendon,
John Carliem, Daniel Murray, Anthony
! Matz, Joseph Grossbcrger, Peter lier
! tram, Julius Stick, Deimard Maize, John
! Zearn, Jvi Luther, I). C. Wekel, Lewis
! liolcn, Joseph Miller, Jacob Kiintz, Jo
j soph Flick, Martin Saundcts, John Pen
der, Peter Sliaibaugli, Lawrence lvuniz-
man, Kubei t McCombi o, Augustine Inn
'iii i ii -i- i . i... i!;n....
l0' 1 llli,P llomtr' u"-' "'J
CAMl'RI A EOROl'GII.
113 in wheel 5 4 drawn.
John Mullin, John Peperg, Francis
con" Kaet'line, Henry Kcim, Fidell
Schnell, George AY. Atkins, Win. Dor
l ris, Daniel Mcpite, Harman Vochenvode,
Charles Williams, John Iliter, Jeremiah
Plannel. Peter Keelii;, Jolm Shoidan,
Pobert Houstin, Conrad Ileeken.-tein,
Casper Crush, Ignatius Kelly, Lawrence
Tighe, Cornelius M CMariii'ertv, Isadure
Piflle, Francis Hughes, Jolm St linger,
Jolm Cu.-h, Owen ".MX'atliy, John M
Cullough, Charles Kelly, Michael M'Kcan
Lyset, Pat lv.':!!i. Charles Warn t, Leo
Breath -r, Joseph Pdts, Lewis I Yrnell.
Jai-ob Jackson, Thomas Campbell, Jo
seph S.'IIor, Wolf Paph-, Simon Poyer,
.Joseph KiitisL'ii, Anduc." Layton, Geo.
BLACK LICK TOWNSHIP.
;'' in the wheel G drawn.
James C. White, Peter Wagner, Jas.
Seldcl'S. Ji'Siph Golden,
hn J. P. esc.
WASHINGTON cl- SUMMIT.
T'd in wheel drawn.
James Mvers. S. C. 1 Liustin. ( ialiilz.-n
i Peliey. Edmund
Jacal) S K- il,
John Short, i
;r.:k Piirgoim, domes (I.
l.ger, .1 . I iii W. ( i i' li-pi .
D.ni I M'Cartv, Jose: h
Sanders, Ferdinan I Purgoon, James
Wiight. Miciaiel M'Cail, (ieoroe Gu.
rageVi, 11. S. MiUer, Jacob P .us!, Wm.
Clark. Wm. Hail, John E. Storm, Jus.
t .il:c. . .
Amhvw Al'i i'.
xauit.-r t,.rr, .Maitmu l.enn. .lo-:n
Motitgoiii.-rv, Lazarus L'igle, lames Hud
son, Terrciiiv M irrjihey, (diaries Johnson,
John .V. .Mai:kciits.h. Wilson Woodward
Hernard Dai 1, John Iiehc, Wm. White,
Matthew Adelsp.Tger, Wm. Doiialioe,
Ymr Ihowi:, Toomas Lugo, II -nry Car
ban, Pcrnard Little, Christian L.-ap, Al
bert Long, Jes , e .l( iougli, Jas. Shelley,
CR 'Yl.E TOWNSHIP.
71 in wheel G drawn.
John M-Go;: gh, Jr., John Porabatigh,
Jacob iIo3'er, Joseph Danmeyei-, John
Hctt-, Peter Purtnett.
b'o iii the wheel 8 drawn.
Wm. C. Harbour, Win. A. Carr, E
z.kial Hughes, Henry P. Michael, 1).
M. Kci!, Janu s S. Clos.-in, Lewis Pie.-her
Augustus II. Hankie.
Mkin; I'jiti-;. Some time ago, a
member of Congress applied to the Post
Ollice, to know w hy some of his franks
had been charged. The answ er was :
" W'c supposed sir, they were not "of your
writing, the hand is not the same. "
"Why, not precisely the same; but the
truth is I happened to bo a little ti.i
when I wrote them." " Then sir, will
you in future, be so good :id to write
tlritnL when you make t'ree.
6aSoine cannot get rid of the notion of
piivate property in truth, with the right
to fence it in, and put up u fence board
warning tresspassers ofl the grounds.
e-.rA provost Marshtil out west recent
ly arrested a refugee and scizfd the gold
he had till his innocence was proved.
W e exect the cause was more in the
gilt of the gold than in the guilt of the
-TV Iu the matter of the
petition of David Davis for the specifij per
formance of the contract of the said peti
tioner and Richard Davis, dee'd : The Com
missioner appointed by the Orphans' Court
of Cambria County to take testimony in the
said case, will meet the parties interestd, for
the purposes of the said appointment, at
the Hotel of Alex. Moore in EBENSBURG,
on WEDNESDBY the 7h day of Sept.,
next, at the hour of one o'clock P. M., when
and where they may attend with their wit
nesses. CYRUS ELDER,
Aug 3, 64-4 1. Commissioner.
loe Constitution cf the United States
witb explanatory notes for sale by
The Life and services of General Grant,
for sale by
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BCCJIP.
a Positive and Specific Remedy for diseases
of the Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, au l Drop-
This JldieiiiC increases the power of Di-
gestiou, and excite the Absorbents iuto
hcalthv action, by which the Watery or
Calcareous depositions, and all Unnatural
Enlargements are reduced, as well as Pain I
and lullammation. I
IIELMROLD'S EXTRACT RFCI1F. I
For Weaknesses arising from Excesses, ;
Habits of Dissipation, Early Ii.discittioti of j
Abuse, attended with the f.illoving smp '
Indisposition tj Exertion, Loss i.f Pnwor, !
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, j
Weak Nerves, Trembling, :
Horror of Disease. Wakefulness, J
Dimness of Vision. Pain in the Back, j
Universal Lassitude of the Muscuku System, i
Hot Hands. r U'.-hmg of the Body,
Dryness of the Skin. Eruptions on the Pice.
These symptoms, if allowed to go on,
which this medicine invariably removes,
Impotcuvy, Fatuity, Epilcjitie Fits,
In one of which the Patient may expire.
Who can sa- that they are not frequently
fill, .wed bv th.'se "Direful I )iseaes.r'
'INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
M.iiiy are aware t f the cause of their suff
ering. But none will confess the records uf the
Awl hlawltoly J)eat!:s by C'fitnttiqition
bear ample witness to the Truth of the as
The CunniilutivH once fjiWfcd irilh Oryunic
Weakness requires the aid of Medicine to ;
Strengthen and Invigorate the Svstem.
Which Hki.mb'jld s EXTRACT BUCHU !
ini-icrittlly does. A Trial will convince the ;
most skeptical. ;
FEMALES FEMALES FEMAI ES.
In many Ajf'eclion.1 jteruliar tj Females the j
Extract B.ichu is unecpialled l.y any other !
mncdy, as in Cidrosis or Retention, lire- :
gularity, Painlulness, or Suppressi 'ii .-f i
Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or !
Scirrhous state of the Uterus. Lcuchori! in :
or Whites, Steri'.ity, and for all c.m; 1 .ints j
incident to the sex. whether r.iisin h ru j
in.liscretiou Habits of D'si n. or in the .
DECLINE OR CilAN'ii: Oi' LIFE.
''tike no w.i,-c I'.'d.i'iin ,
i lctsant Jl-
riiles t'uf liii. li :'-;:.'( a.
.'"(.S- f.'l.vC.t.VC.f .
IIELMP.OLD'S EXTRACT BUCMU AND '
1MPUOYED ROSE WASH JFREs '
SECRET DISEASES ;
I i all their Sta-es, At little Exp-r.sc. i
Little or no change in Diet. No iarouve- ;
Ami mi E.'-po.'ire, j
It eauses a fn .puei.t desire ai-d gives J
s'.rength to Urinate, tiarely Reinovi; .g Oh- !
struetioiis. Preventing and Curing Strict-
ures of the L'lvthra, allaying Pain and In- :
thiiivmation. so fr -pient in the chi-s nf dis- ;
eases, and expelling all J'oisouom, Diseased
ari't tcorw'itt Mi!tt-r.
Thousands upon Thousands v.h.i have
beer the Victims of Qaaiks. and who have
pai l henry fes to be cmed in a shc.vt time, I
have foiui'l thev were deceived, and that
the "POISON" has, by the use .a "Power
fill Astringents," been !ricd up in the sys- .
tein, t( break out in an aggravated form, :
and i irliajis ajter Mut rinye. j
Use HehnbohFs Extract Rii.-lm f..:- nil
affections and diseas s of the I Ri X A RY i
ORGANS, whether existing in MALE or
FEMALE, from whatevr cause miuinating ,
and nomiiter of HOW LONG STANDING j
Diseases of the.-e Organs requires the aid, !
..f TllFRF.riO. IlI.!..Mi; I.1'S
TRACT BUCHU IS THE GREAT Dl UR-
ET1C, and is
certain to nave tiic !esirea
el!.-( t in all Diseases j
tr xeuhn a is lieeom-
Evidence of the most reliable and. respon-'
sibi- iharacler will accompany the medicine.
Price .I.C0 )t-r bottle, or six le: 5.00.
Delivered to any Ad.'.ies.- securely packed
from obsei vatioi,.
Describe Symjtuuis in all Couumiuicationn
Cures Guaranteed! Advice Gratia'.
Address letters .'or information to
II. B. HELM BOLD, Chemist. '
104 South Tenth st., l eh Chcsnut, Pliiht
IIELMP.OLD'S Molical D.;,f,
HELMBOLD'S Deny and Chanical Ware
501 Broadway. New York.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS AND
UNPRINCIPLED DEALKRS who endt i
vor to dispose "of their ." m.d ''other'1''
articles on ihe rejmt'ition attained by
Helm hold's Genuine Preparatioi.s.
44 " Sarsaj.arilla.
" Iniproved Rose Wash.
ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
ASK FOP. HELMBOLD'S. TAKE NO
Cut out the Advertisement and send for it
AND AVOID IMPOSITION AND EN
POSURE. March 9. 18C4.-ly.
4 tiditors Aotlce.
J The Auditor ap
pointed by the Orphan's Curt of Cambria
county, to distribute the money in the bands
of Alexander Kilgore Esq., Administrator
of John Corbley dee'd., notifies all parties
interested that he will attend to the duties
of said appointment, at his office in Ebens
burg, on Thursday the 11th day of August
next, at one o'clock P. M.
PHIL. S. NCOS,
July 20 3t. Auditor.
S- TBAT COW:
Came to the residence of the subscriber
in Chest township, sometime about the mid
dle of June, a real cow, about seven or eight
years old, a sma'l piece eut tut of both ears.
Tho owner is requested to come forward,
prove properiy, pay charges, and take her
away, otherwise she will be disposed of ac
cording to law.
August 3, 64-3t.
1-raik IV. limy,
Having adonted the
Cash system, offers th fallowing YYans -l
! less than city retail prices :
I SlV.Ab KLI ILLS.
) COIM'ER ll
10 to A tu'in'H
3 i carts to 40 nalloi.o.
all sorts and kinds
S5KCIIT IROX WA51K,
ENAMELED : TJXXEI) IRONWARE
COlTrdl WaIII; MADE TO ORDER
SAD DIONS or SMOOTHING JUvXS
ZINC WASH BOA BPS
COKING STOVES. EG f; STOV
HE A TIXG CO OK ST 0 YES
BKADLEY COOKING- STOVl-x"
TEN T, ABP.'JTT & NOB I -
ami every oiner i lttslungli or p;,;;
uiiijii..i....v. ....... ,.0 ai ,i cij, ,i on nana or
procured on 6 davs" notice
ODD PLATES AND GIIATES f.r Stove,
al-.vays on l and.
....... II T-WT II IVT Kli.Vf..' ol.. 1
CARBON OIL LAMPS, from Cs2ri
$1.25, CHIMNEYS and WICKS ;d
all srzes, constantlv ..n h.i;id.
COP FEE MILLS.
TOASTING PORKS, OYSTER
ERS, JELLY Cake Moulds. Table
Spo Jt.s.iCOAL BUCKETS.
an 1 Tea
Price list now ready f. r the
and Merchants are respect full v
call and examine
f .r a catalogue
before pin el
The above croods wil? be fun
WHOLESALE OK RET AN .
JOHNSToWX STOVE it HOUSE ri'UNIslIlNo
Hsitc the Weigh Lock.
riiAXK W. HAY'S WARE!Iors,E
an ! save twenty percent, on you i puics
J i-iiUstown March, 1:J, lS0:J. t'f.
We a i e n
jy se-.iiin- bv mail, f ce
FINE Dl A MO.v. D
GOLD PENS." food
l l.v u;
K. Wltll Ei .t 1 i:n-
CiL, bean! ifn
price of it
i V II
- d, at niir h. 'i-sale
,1:5 We never le'.ae re
less than J l i ach. 'i i i v are
acKin;Wleiigt-l to lie li.e in. i.-t liinaloe and
beautiful in ine.rk. t. They are inniil'aeMir- !
cd of FlNi: Goi.n. and f;ni.-.hed in the be.-t
possible .-tyle. They aic celcbiatcd f.r their !
adaptness 10 every hand and style f wri- )
dt sired. W'e
one hundred thousand Union " lVns du
lingthe pastiiuht n:out''s. aiid we have not
one word of dhsa'i.-faciiou from any ne
u.-ing our Pens. Thy are the u :sr (b 11
Pen made, and sold for one quarter the pi ice
charged by many. Any one ordeiing by
mail will receive their P.ns by next ntmn
mail. Our jrnl.- always arrive safelv at
their destination. B-i particular to write
your address plain. One trial of our Gold i
Pens will convince any j cison ot the.r sii- ;
i pciiuiilv- W'c also send, without extra j
I charge," HOOD'S GREAT BO.iK OF 100 !
i SECRETS, or How to Maki: J5 -a Day ;
I WiTiiorr Cai'IT.m.. (ne of these secrets
1 cost the publisher $'-'50 for tho light to pub- j
j lish it. Several persons are now making j
' lon .loll.irs nor month lv these-Seeri-ts. ,'
This bnk is worth ,i"0 to any man or wo- j
man. Lieut. Asa Bennett, a wounded sol- J
dier, writes us from Chicago, he has realized j
iu four months. fol-'J by knowledge obtain- ;
ed from this book. We send one Gold Pen.
silver Extension Case and Pencil, and B ok i
of Secrets, for $1,25; three for 8:5,50; fair !
for $1,50; six f.i $u,50; twelve f.r $12.00. j
Send Government money. 1
Address M. YOUNG & Bl'.O v ;
157 Monroe Street '
July 0, lSGl-Om. NEW YORK. ;
rpliaiib' Court &ale.
ly viitue oi an
order of the Orphans Court ot t aii.oiai
County, the undersigned will expose to sale
bv public vendue or outcry, on the premises
on SATURDAY, the 20ih day of Augu-Jt
next, at 1 o'clock p. m., the following leal
estate of which Mithias Sheank died .-eh'.cd.
A certain messua;
and tract or piece or
l'eter SmcLc-r, containing one nun.ircu ana j
seven acres, or thcrcatouts ; together with ;
the buildings and improvement thereon. ,
Tkbms One half of the purchase money ,
to be paid on Confirmation of the sale and ;
, . .
the residue in one year tncreaiier, w un in- ,
terest, to be secured by the judgment bond J
and mortgage ol tlie purchaser.
July 20tli lS04-3t.
IV Letters testamentary on the
estate of John II. Evans, carpenter, late of
CamVria township, Cambria county, dee'd,
kotner hopn ranted bv the Register
anted by the negisicr oi taiu
county to the undersigned. Notice is hereby
eiven to all those inueoteu 10
come and settle the same and those having
claims against said estate to present them
dulv authenticated for settlement.
June 29, 1864-Ct Executor.
parcel of land, situate in Allegheny t wit
ship, Cambria- county, ndj .iuing lands of
Joseph llosue, Karhcart Farraboiigh, l.d-
....,,.1 l'.rvnl.-m.rl. John B. Ilotillian Ul.d
U U14 .v..,--
I U S. 1H0 BONDS. "
These Bonds are issued under the Ut 0f
Congress i f March Sth, 1864, which t,ru
' vides thnt ail Bonds issued under this ct
, shall be EXEMPT 1TIOM TAXATION by
l cr under any state or municipal authority
Subscriptk-ns to these BjikIs are received iii
I United States notes or notes of Na.ljual
. Banks. Thej are TO BE REDEEMED IN
; COIN, at the pleasure of the Government,
: at :iny peri',.1 nt ,.. s than ten nor inure than
forty years from their date, and until redemp
j tion EIVE PER CENT. INTEREST WILL
BE PAID IN (JOIN, Bonds of not over
one hur.ured dollars annually and on all
j oilier Bonds r-enu-a-mually. The interest is
; payabl-j on t!:e tirrt days of March and Sep
, ten. her iu each year.
Subscribers wil! receive either Registered
; or C"Uj)oii Ii -ills, as they m ly prefer. l!e
i f-i -fered, B :i Is a:vj recorded o;i the bo .ks of
: the U. S. Treasurer, and can Lc transferred
!v on the owner's order.
Coup. n Bonds
ire more conve-
I are payable to benrer, and
j nient for c immercial uses,
-j Subscribers to this lo:m will have t'ne (.p
; tiuti of liuini; their Bonds draw interact
! from March 1st, by paying the accrued in-
teiest in coiii (or ;n United States notes.
I or the n.-tts .f National Banks, ad iin2 fifty
j per cent, f .r premium.) or receive" them
j drawing intere.-t from the date of taibscrip,
j tion and deposit". As lhee Bonds arc
j EXEMPT PROM MUNICIPAL OP. STATE
their value is increased from one to three
j per cent, per annum, according to the rate
I -f tax levies hi various paits of the country.
p:escnl rate ol 2''e:nium on g"!J
PER Cl:XT. INTEREST
as a ei ni in
are of equal convenient
no sc cunties ofli r so
i:! cat iniuici mel ts to h-ndc-rs us the various
descripii. n; of U. S. Bi nds. In all other
forms of indebtedness, the faitli or ability of
piivate paities r stock companies or sc pa
late com:n::nir!es only is oled.'d for pay
ment, while f. r the "dt I ts of the United
States the w hole po-periy of the cunt :y is
h 'hlen to secure the payment of both ptii.-cij-al
and interest in coin.
nds n.a be subscii!)ed. for in !
stuns Iron, ft j'l u;i to any magtiitu le, on
! same leitiis, aii.t are 11. us maile
ua !i V
j avai!:ib!c to the s:n.ihe.-.t Ruder and ;iiid ,
t 11. e
.-t ;,) it, lis!. Ih?v can t o con- ;
lted in'o n.ii.- ;'.t ;ii.v H'oinent. :o.d ihe !
j lc-h'er v.-;i! have" the bua-fit of the interest. ;
It may be u-cft.l t .. -tae in this c. suite i
! Ii -ii that the total Funded Debt of th-United J
i Sia'es on which int itst is jay:iblf in p-1 !,
iv of Much, isn4. v.-'s STCS.-
i e ii.teict on tins debt I r ti.e
a! t-.ir wi'.i be !5 '.r.)7 . 12''., ',
cus.oai?, revenue ir. tio'd f r the
rei.t J: i-.ii car cinlmy
be.!: s hir at the rate of over I0UX1
000 mi ii- .ti j cr annum.
It will Oi seen that even the present go'd
i venues of i he Go' eruuient ate largely in
excess f ihe wiu.ts of the Ttc-asury for the
pa n.ei.t of i;. .Id interist, while the recent
iucieae of the tar'dV will doubtless raise the
.itinual receipts l'n mi customs on the san e
am-.cut of importjtioiis, to .$ 150.tiou,0u0
1 i .- nr. n cm.
last, net i ns to the National B.mks acting
as ! ;iti agents wre not issued from the
United States Trcastiiy until March 'i'j, but
in the first ihree weeks of April th- sub
scripti ns averatr.'d more than TEN MIL
LIONS A WEI K
Snb.-criptioiis will l.e receive.! by the -
Fiift Nad mal Bank of Piiilade phia Pa.
t.econd National Bank of Pinladehlhia Pa.
Third National Bank or Philadelphia. Pa.
AND BY ALL OTHER NATIONAL
which are depositories of Public nvmv,
RESPECTABLE BANKS & BANKERS
throughout the count rv, (acting as agents of
the National 1) petitory Banks) will fmni.-h
fui t her inf. ren-.tioo on application nii'I
AFFORD EVERY FACILITY TO SUI1
.Iio-e- 22. lf.I tf
Dii-:asi-:s ok ti i-: Nr.uvors, Skjuvai..
Ui:iNA!iY ANP SKXI'AL t-Ysl'KMS nev and
rei'u.b'e treatment i'n reports of the
HOWARD ASSOv'l VTIOX S.nt by mail
in s- ah. d letter envelopes, free of ( barge.
Ad,he,s. Di. J. SKILLEN IKH'GIITEN,
Huwaiil Ass icialioii. No. 2 South Ninth
S ! ret t , P h i ' ,u ie' ph i a .J 'a.
Came to the r si -deuce
. f the subscrlb- r in Monster towiish'p
Cauubi.i County, on the l-'Uh duly iutt,. a
small red co-.v with a white spot on her face.
The owner is requested to come forward.
prove property, pay ch.iri:
un.l taks her
asvav, otherwise Su
i... ,i;o...l ..f ...
c T.ling to law.
WILLI AM CARNEY
.J a! v 20, Sr.
I A 119 M
1 la vine; reopen.-;! my
foundry.' in LBF.Nsr.UlHi, I intend to keep j
"..nd and accomodating workmen, who vcill j
endeavor to i.on and repair wagous, lmus,
sleds, sleighs-, sh'-e horses ii"c., &c , when.
fin.! .'is i.avinir tUMUiiiciK may u-i ill'.
- - ISAAC C. SINUKU
Mab,aket Evak3 i in the Gmrt of Cm- 1
hy hn i;ext fiie.u, , ffion j.. o Caml)lia
No. 1G. June Term.
i . . . . 1-.. j
lmci in uivorce iroin t
j Bonds of Matrimony,
o iveu that the undcrs-gned j
Notice is herebv
Commissioner, "appointed by the C-ourt of
Cimrnon Pleas of Cambria County, to take
, testimony m theabove ated case, wd, si
au iuu muw .
ensburg, on Monday, the 22d dy of
AccrsT, 18G4, at one o'clock, p. m., for
the purpose of taking testimouy in the above
case, when and where all persons interested
may attend, if they think proper.
JAM ESC. EA'SL.Y, Comnii;H"n-r.
Ebensburg, July 27, 1804-3t.
; ,,H f.lt. ;-J.l t-t
Til P. peculiar taint Of
infection which we call
Scrofii.v lurks in
the constitutions of
multitudes of men. It
either produces or is
produced lv aa en
r....i.v..i -k, ::". .,
O Itl-lill-tl, VIU1UIU Sltl'.t
v' of tho hl.KkJ. u-herciii
S jjjitliat Huid bec omes' iv.-
vjco-nficlent to svistain
ituaTKiithe vital forces in their
A V-'.lwT vi.7Arnnc iiflinn an,l
JL. r v ......
v leaves tlic system to
fall into disorder and
- (ll'll.- 11... I-..!,... .
con.atmnattoii is variously caad l.v meivu.ial
disease low ln-mg, u.sordere.l dcstwn frou.
unhealthy food, impure ai.-, (ihh r.nd ti!,,v
habits, the depressing vices, und, nlwve ull by
the venereal infection. Whatever be its ori'-iti,
it is hereditary in the constitution, descending
" from parents to children unto the third mil
fourth peneration ; " indeed, it seems to Ik; th.
rod of Him who says, " I will visit t!io iniiiui
ties of the fathers upon their children." Tlio
diseases which it originates take various nmnrf,
according to the organs it atnuk. In ttio
huifrs, Scrofula produces tuVrcIcs, nud finally
Consumption ; in the glarals, svel!.;ng;s whi.-h
6appurate and become ulcerous 6orcs ; in tlio
stomach and bowels, derangements which jiro
duce indigestion, dyspepsia, and Jiver com
plaints ; on the tkin, eruptive and cutanooju
uffoctions. These nil liaving- the snme orij;in,
require the same remedy, vi.. purification mid
hivigorution of the blood. Purify tho Mood,
and these dangerous distempers" leave you.
With feeble, foul, or corrupted Mood, you can
not have health ; with tliiit " life of the flesh "
heulthy, you cannot have scrofulous dLcuse.
is compounded from tho most effectual anti
dotes thnt medical science has discovered tor
this afflicting distemper, and for tlie cure of die
disorders it enuils. That it is far superior to
any other remedy yet devised, is known bv all
who have given 5t a trial. That it does com
bine virtues truly extraordinary in their effect
upon this class of complaints," is indisputably
proven hy the preat multitude of publicly
known and remarkable cures it has made of
the following diseases : King's Evil or
Glandular Swellings, Tumors, Erup
tions, Pimples, Blotches and Sores, Ery
sipelas, Rose or St. Anthony's Fire, Salt
Eheuni, Scald Head, Coueh3 from tc
berculou3 deposits in tho lung-3, White
Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis and
Syphilitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases,
Female Weaknesses, and, indeed, the whole
series of complaints that arise from impurity
of the blood. Minute reports ol individual
cases may be found in Atek's America
Almanac, which is furnished to the druppists
for pratuitous distribution, wherein may be
learned the directions for its use, and some of
the remarkable cures which it has made when
all other remedies had failed to orlord relief.
Those eases are purposely taken from all sec
tions of the country, in order that every reader
may have access to some one who can speak to
hhti of its benefits from personal experience.
Scrofula de;resses the vital cnerpics. and thus
leaves its victims far more subject to diseaso
mid its fatal results than are healthy constitu
tions. Hence it tends to shorten, and docs
preatly shorten, the average duration of human
life. The vast importance of these considera
tions has led us to spend years in perfectinp a
remedy which is adequate to its cure. This
we now offer to the public under the name of
Aykr's S.vksafabi lla, although it is cout
lmscd of ingredients, some of which exceed the
'est of Sarsiparilla in alterative power. By
its aid you may protect yourself from the suffer
ing and danger of these disorders. Purge out
tin- foul corruptions that rot and fester iu tlio
Mood; purge out the causes of disease, an 1
vigorous health will follow. By its peculiar
virtues this remedy stimulates the vital func
tions, and thus expels the distempers which
lark within the system or burst out on any
part of it.
We know the public have been deceived by
many compounds of Sarsaparilla, that promised
mu'-ii and did nothing; but they will neither be
deceived nor disappointed in this. Its virtues
have leen proven-by abundant trial, and there
remains no question of its surpassing excellence
for the cure of the afflicting diseases it is in- .
tended to reach. Although under the same
name, it is a very different medicine from any
other wliieh has iieen before the people, and is
far more effectual than any other which has
ever been arailable to them.
Tho World's Great TJemedy for
Coughs, Colda, Incipient Con
sumption, and for the relief
of Consumptive patients
in advanced Btages
' of tho disease.
This has been so long used and so univer
Fiilly known, that we need do no more than
assure the public that its quality is kept up to
tiie Ix-st it ever has boon, and that it may b
relied on to do all it has ever done.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver & Co.,
'Practiced and Analytical Chendits,
Sold Ly ull druggists everywhere.
Pit. H S. i;lTXX, Kbensburg,
(I. T. FI.'AZElt, Johnstown.
1. II. SHIELDS, Lorretto, and" dealers
June 15, 18;4.
by her next friend,
f In the Court of
Con. men I'ieaa of
j Cambria Count v.
I No. G March
! Teim 18C4.
"V AJlltIS &llhllf?Htl ilk
I Dieorce, February
I 2o 1SG1 Non ct
inrcnhis. so answers
I Sheriff Ruck.
And now t.. wit June 0 SH4. On motion
of C. Elder Eq., it is ordered that tho
Hhciifi shall cruse notice to bo published in
one newspaper printed within s.ud county
for four weeks successively prior to the first
ihvy of the nest term, requiring said De
fendant to appear on said da' and answer
the said complaint &e. Bv' the Court.
Fiom the Record. CX-rtifie.! fit-b June Im'.I.
JOS. M'DOKAED, lVothonotary.
July 20, 4t.
Alt persons tisv
debted t. the unih rined will please c .rne
vnd settle ill' their old nco i nts. ami savfv
;,lsls. JAMES M.Mil'ILU-
Julv in, 64.