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I S0LIIKU KlI-I-KD BY A NEGRO Re-
Jvijation. The Nashville (Tenn.,) lie
iib lican says, that on Saturday night last,
I i e negroes had another grand torch light
i-ocession, anil, utter rnarcmng turougti
! street?, renaired to tne iront ot the
H'- J l
pitol, where .speeches were made by
; gov. Johnson, and Col. Johnson. While
j.e latter gentleman was addressing the
j. roes, a soldier passing along the street,
jilted for M'Clcllan, when a large crowd
t" negroes rushed upon him, and com
gynced firing. The soldier, who belong
1 to the 13th regulars, fell, his body be
I,' perfectly riddled with bullets, as many
twenty or twenty-five balls having
pureed his person. After being shot down,
iv.ral bayonet wounds wore inflicted,
rming the melee, we understand that
(Tree negroes were shot, one named Green
I barber" mortally. After the above oc
currence, a soldier belonging to the 4th
l pilars, rret a negro and deliberately
ii.ot and killed him.
I)iei at her residence at Chest Springs,
:i the 8th of Novemler, inst., of pulmo
j.vrj disease, which she bore with pious
j, situation and Christian fortitude, Mrs.
iliuy K. Douglass, wife of S. M. Doug
t, K3q., aged 31 years, 1 month and
The deceased was a model of virtue and
t iantr, anil leaves a bereaved husband,
and rive small orphans to mourn her loss.
When form! to purl fr in those wo love.
T: ough sure to meet to morrow,
V.'e vet a kind f anguish prove
ln ffi el ti touch cf sorrow.
:; .:, hl what words can paint the fears,
:X:.e:: from those friends wo sever,
N t to pat t for months an 1 years :
i ut j:irt on I'.iith forever.
' 'IF. FA I L F I'ETKRM'.l'U:.
THE r.iLhnr RICHMOND,
TUK F LL F GOLD.
THE FALL OF 1 RICES,
TUK FALL OF TIIE Yi'AE.
An: ih" FALL STOCK
uf ('.CODS at K. J.
.MILLS A, C..'s
Call :'n I s e them.
iJommul Orphans' "oirt Vale. ;
1; . .., t
AJ ... .71 I
of i :jo Orplri'i.' C"iirt of the CoUn- j
I'u:,1 ii. i. there will t.i-CMliosi 'l ' l '!,,.
me i r outcry at tl..: C'i:rt II.;;i.-e in
. is.i of Ebensburg, on M.-nday tie'
nf D rem her i:".tt. at i'iif oVl-ck. .'
l: it ..! est.iti of w hich
i T !d, Jr.. died s i..-i!, viz
m Mr.i.i; om:.
. ei! i'.ii tract r ire .r par.fl of land
; in t w !! i nd -.f tl,c P.or-.r.h if
'!urr. (f.ri.icrly ( ,';.:.:Lria township.)
lei by the tmnpike. strt-tt.
..! K i.v.-.id Sii e:.,:kT, Sifj.iien LloVtl, :
and l'.t.f V.i!,!-.m i L 1 1 : 1 1 . .-.ntainiisg j
. h r. s and e; :.f v t.ereiies. tr there
i erei:es. or
a'.l of wt.i. h is cleared and under
i n . i. ivin tl.eieou erirtcd a two st. ry
i :w.e hutii-e a; d a fr-in e stable.
Ao-rt..iu phce or purccl of 'and situate
' ..i- v. . -i end of t hr 1 t .i: j,h "f F'ocnsl.il . g.
( r,.:vty in Cambria towt..-hip.) t-v.u;.ded.
1 t'.e turnpike stiet. lauds (f
...ii Ki'tv.l it d L ii.iri p. Murray. e.-:i-''
'iig two anl one hot" acres or theres
: ' i.ts, ail . f whirl, i eVared .:! fcTiCe !.
A certain other pirn or pa-i i 1 ( f land
:;.ite in ( 'nuic.ri i t wnsl.ij.. adj .!; it.g lai .'.s
J .I.icob Mack, Evan J. F.vai.s William
' v.s containing s:xtrn acr-s m:'! hvow
'', or thereabouts, a' o :'. hi?: a r.s l f
'ich are cle.tred.
TERMS Or SALE.
O. e third of pren.i.-s 1. t-.. be pni.l
' f!; u.ation of sale, and the re.-i.'nr in
equal annual payments theieifter, wit'n
'jMt. to be secured by the judgment
i:.is j.nd mortgage of ti e pr.rcha.-t r.
Uie-half of premises No. 2. and 3, to be
;-:i!eii confirmatiou of sale, and the residue
''ne year thereafter, with inbre.-t, t i;e
'ired by the judgment b. nd.s and niort
r';p's of the purchaser.
JOHN BUCK, Trustee.
Nov. 23. 1864-8t
IVDITOR'S NOTICE "" !
The matter of the i
jMlrmation t.f the recount tf D. II. R - '
Tts. nil.l V l?..Krta Vr:,.l...1., . t It-. ..I 1
i t-.ir.s, (mason.) dee'd. The Orphans' Court '
E I Cambria
I "' I
Editor, to report distribution of the assets i
y the hands of said exacutors, to and among !
lie nriKoiw If trill.. n..,;,i...i i v..
hereby friven that I will attend to the j
Jties of said appointment at the office of!
Oer.rgo M. Reed, Esq., in the Borough of ;
tbensburg, on Tuesday, thel3th day tf Dt- ;
Etcher next, at i Iir 1 loltPiif -nn 1 ..n.l-
! . M ..1, 1 ...i.. ,i v . i
t ""v.i .iuii wnere an persons lnterest-
. f.i FY1 n tl 1 II 1
- jiiteuii and ne tie ml.
CYRUS L. PERSUING,
Vv. 23, Oct. 2G 3t Auditor.
T JUJ CONSUMPTIVES.
M receive a valuable prescription f r the
are of Consumption, Asthma. Bronchitis,
aj ! all threat and Lung affections, (free of
"arge.) by sending their address to
Rev. EDWARD A. WILhON,
Williamsburg Kings Co. New York,
g'IRAY STEEUT " "
C , Came to the residenco
' tne subscriber living in Washington
wnv'"1'' a,V the First of August hist, a
i irt-"111 Vriu,llc tr. and La, under
lart of his neck and jaws white, has a star
; the forehead. The owner is requested to
.rove ijroncrty. pay charges and raka him
ay.dseho will be disposed of according
,,JW- JAMES ROLAND.
ov. IB. 1864 8t
rmvp PJ" A L L KINDS
WNL AT THIS OFFICE
.... ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
OY VIRTUE of sundry writs of -Vend.
J53 Expou. and Levari Facias, issued out
of the Court of Common Pleas of Cambria
County, and to me directed, there will be ex
posed to public sale at the Court House, in
Ebensburg, on MONDAY the 5th day of
December next at one o'clock P. M., the
following Real Estate to wit :
All the right, title and interest of Peter
M'Goitgh, E-1-. of, in and to a piece or par
eel of laud situated in Washington township,
Cumbria county, adjoining lands of heirs of
John Noel, decM, John M'Gough ami others,
containing one hundred and sixty (ICO)
acres more or less, about one hundred acres
of which are cleared, having thereon erec
ted a two story log house, weatherboard
od, and fiamo burn, now in the occupancy
of the said Peter M'Gough, Esq.
Taken in execution and to be sold at the
suit of John M'Kinzie.
ALSO All the riyht, title and interest of
Abner Schrock, of, in and to a pieca or par-,
eel of land situated in Richland township,
Cambria county, adjoining lands of Jacob
Richard, Dr. David T. Storm and others,
containing one hundred acres more or less,
about ninety five acres of which are cleared,
having thereon erected a two story plank
house and two cabin barns now in the occu
pancy of Philip Stoncman.
Taken in execution and to be sold at the
suit of Lewis Dunnioycr.
ALSO All the right, title and interest
of J; G PringIe,of. in and to a piece or palC
eel of land situated in Summerhill township,
Cambria county, adjoining lands of John
Wi!m ore. heirs -if Lewis Paul, dee'd. Samuel
Pringle aiid Martin Priugle. containing
seventy-three acres, more or less, about
twei.t-tie arrcs of which are cleared, hav-
in;; thereon t ree-tea a one and a
irame h-.iue ami a irame Darn, no-.v m the
ofe'ij iiney of the said J. G. Pringle, and-a
log le use in the occupancy of Henry Car
p( i t r.
T;u.'i! in execution and to bo sold at the
suit .: Terrenee M'Elrue.
. AL'iO All the right, titie and interest of
Matl.cv M. O'Nehl. of, in and to a lot of
ground situated ii the Borough of El tens
burg. Cambria county, fronting on Main
stru t ami extending back to a street, by lot
toil .u "i e o
io west, and a-.
it tr lot
tg ti.ireon erected a two storv frar:
! . v.idi a l-a: n.eiit story and oil.u ,.ut
! riiithn s no a- in the occupancy of the said
Mat hew .M. O'Nall.
Jik-.n X' i ution and to Lc sold at the
suit of M'i.'nr.ough ..v- Anderson.
UN. li. The Sheriifhas made the f..l
low ing the Coii:'.iti '.ns of the sale, viz.. one
f'Uilh .f tiie purchase moj.ey on each sale,
to be paid at the time the property is struck
down ; wh.-n the sale amounts to $jOO and
upwards, under $f00 and tnoie ttnin $100
tiie one third, under 00 and nn re than
i'iO the half; less tlian $G0 the whole
anioiu f. otherwise the property will be ini
me iia'.e'y put up to sale again, and no deed
will of presented f -r acknowledgment un
less thr balance of the purchase niouev he
'aid on or bi-f.re the f llowing Monday.
JOHN BUCK, SheriiT.
ShtiiiTV ffi -e, E'ik r..-burg.
NoVei:;h.T Jth 1864.
ftEtJ LTFd:'S NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I he j
f 'h.wii.g aecour.ts. .have been pa.-serl, and
fi i d in tiie Register's Office, at Lbenshurg. !
and v. id he pi-senie.l to the Oi diar.s' Court
..f C-ta'-ria v'.-ni.ty, f..r coiitirmation and ',
allowance, o:. Monday the Fifth day of De-
(t ii,in r next, t i wit : i
i tie a -e i i i . itnarine vuierson, .Y.amn-
i-tratrix f Thomas Otterson, dee'd.
The tl'-t and final account -f A. M. Kur tz.
A In.h.i-trator of Anthony Kurtz, dee'd. j
Tne and partial M.voimt of Margaret
Lit i.-. n.-ehr. E' cu'rix of John Liehensch
d. . . as. d.
1 final arc a;i;t
f Mrs Elizabeth I'
The isi-count of .7. S. Strayer, Administra
tor of iMvid Kibblctt, dee'd.
The fci-i'i:il ami final account of Joseph
Ciisicr. Fx'-cutor of Sarah Iniht r, dee'd.
The seeontl account of J. M. Campbell, 1
survivi: g Administrator of J. S. Clarke,
The fn.-t aeronn' of James Powell. Execu
tor of Daniel Powell, dee'd.
The account of Elizabeth George, Adminis
tratrix of John Baines, dee'd,
The account of William Palmer, Esq., Ad
ministrator of Daniel Knt pptr, dee'd.
The account of William Palmer, E-q., Ad
ministrator t.f Frederick Knepper, doe'd.
The account, of James Burk, Administrator
of John Burk. dee'd.
The account of Paul Yahner, Administrate
of Michael Yahner. dee'd. "
The account, of Paul Yahner, Admiuiftrator
of John Waltz, dee'd.
The Orst account of John Buck, Esq., Trus
tee, to sell the Real Estate of Matthias
The account of Samuel Croyle. Guardian of
Robert and Mary Ann Patterson minor
children of James Patterson, dee'd.
The first account of Wm. Kittell. Executor
of Thomas O'Connell, late of Cambria
Township, dec d.
JAMES GRIFFIN, Register.
Register's Office, Ebenshurg, i
Nov. 'J, 1864 4t J
Auditor, appointed by the Orphans' Court
of Cambria county, to report distribution of
the funds in the hands of Peter Earhart
and Nicholas Shank, Administrators of the
estate of Henry Kollis, deceased, hereby
notifies all persons interested that he will
attend to the duties cf his said appointment
at his office in the Borough of Ebensburg,
on Thursday the 1st day of Decomber next,
at one o'clock P. M., at which time all per
sons arc required to present their ciatms
or be debarred from coming in for a share
of the fund.
JOHN E. SCAN LAN, Anditor.
Nov. 10, 1864. 3t.
The Constitution of the United States
with explanatory notes for sale by
gODEY'S LADY'S BOOK.
THE FASHION MAGAZINE OF THE
LITERATURE, FINE ARTS, AND
FASHIONS. The most magnificent Steel
Engravings. DOU BLE FASHION
PLATES. Wood engravings on every sub
ject that can interest ladies. Crotchet Knit
ting, Netting, Embroidery, Articles for the
Toilet, for the Parlor, the Boudoir, and the.
Kitchen. Everything, in fact, to make a
complete Lady's Book.
THE LADIES' FAVORITE FOR THIRTY
No Magazine has been able to compete
with it. None attempt it.
f r every department of a household. Thcve
alone are worth the price of the Book.
Model Cottages (no other Magazine gives
them), with diagrams.
DRAWING LESSONS FOR THE
YOUNG. Another speciality with Godey.
ORIGINAL MUSIC, worth $3 a year.
Other Magazines publish old worn-out mu
sic ; but the subscribers to Godey got it be-
fore the music stores.
Gardening for Ladies. Another peculi
arity with Godey.
Fashions from Messrs. A. T. Stewart &
Co., of New York, the millionaire merchants,
appear in Godey ,the only Magazine that
Also, Fashions from the celebrated Brodiu
of New York.
Ladies Bonnets. We give more of them
in a year than any other Magazine. In fact,
the Lady's Book enables every lady to be
her own bonnet maker.
Authoress of " Alone," " Hidden rath,"
"Moss Side," "Xemesis," and "Miriam,"
wiites f.;r Godey each month, and f.,r no
other Magazine. We have also retailed all
our old and favorite contributors.
GODEV'S LADY'S BOOK FOR
( From cliic7i there can be no Dtviatit,n.)
The following Hte the terms of the Lady's
B"ok for l8ij.r. At present, we will receive
nbstii!ers at the following rates. Due
notice will be tfiven if we are obliged to ad-
viuee, which will depend upon the price
car. &: 00
ie vi c.r, C 00
Three copies, one year, 7 oO
F ur c .!es, one jear, 10 00
Five copies, one year, and an extra
copy to the ierr'on sending the
club, making six copies.
Eight copies one year, and an ex
tra copy to the person sending
the club, making niti3 copies.
Eleven Copies one year, and an ex
tra copy tj the person sending
the club, making twelve copies.
Additions to any of the above
2 -jO each subscriber.
G dey's Lady's Book and Arthur's Home
Magazine will be sent, each one year, on re
ceipt of .Jl CO.
We have no club with any other Maga
zine or Newspaper.
The money must l.e sent ;:il t one timt
for any Club.
Canada Mih-crihers ni'i-t send "i cent
additional fir ech subscriber.
Address L. A. GODEY,
A. E. Corner Sixth and Ci,f!nnt Street.
DM I N lcTR A'ftKt'S I OTICI'i
of administration having been granted to
the undersigned, by the Register of Cambria
county, ! the estate of John Smith, late of
Galiitzin, deceased. Notice is h'Tchy given
to all those indebted to said estate, to '..ay,
and I how having claims against said estate
to pre.-cnt them dulv authenticated for set
tlement. BERNARD SMITH.
Nov. 10. 1804 Ot
r X EC UTO I i'S N OT K Th
r Letters testa
mentary on the estate of Robert Burg. .on,
late of Washington townsbip. deccs.-d,
having be n granted to the undersigned, by
the Register of Cambria county. Notiet. is
hcreby given to ail tho.-e indebted t.i said
estate, to make payment, and those having
claims against said estate to j resent them
duly authenticated for sMtl.-rr.pnt.
Nov. 10, lS04-0t Executor.
Letfers Testamentary having
been srranted by the Register of Cambria
count', to the undersigned, on the estate of
Bernard Connelly, late of SummerhHl town
ship, deceased. Notice is hereby given to
all persons indebted to said estate to make
payment, and those having cla-'ms against
it to present them duly authenticated for
settlement. CATHARINE CONNELLY
Executrix of Bernard Connelly, dee'd.
Nov. 9, 1804 Ct
TN THE ORPHANS' COURT OF CAM-
i BR I A COUNTY :
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the
following apdraisvments of certain personal
property, aud also, an appraisement of cer
tain real est ite of decedents, selected and set
apart, for the widows of intestates, under
Act of Assembly of the 14th of April, 1851.
have been filed in the Register's Office, at
Ebensburg, and will be presented to the Or
phans' Court for approval, on Wednesday
the 7th cf December next, to wit ;
Appraisement of certain real estate set apart
for the widow of Cyrus Brubaker, dee'd.
Appraisement of certain n-al estate set apart
for Elizabeth George, late the widow o
John Baines, dee'd.
Appraisement of certain personal property
set apart for the widow of Andrew Geis,
Appraisement cf certain personal property
set apart for the widow of David Hire,
Appraisement of certain personal property
set apart for the widow of Fer Mnand
JAMES GRIFFIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 16. 1864 8t
An essay on the Harmonious Relations
between Divine Faith and Natural Reason,
forM,alv JAMES MURRAY.
O TO AND FROM ENG
LAND, IRELAND AND SOTLAND,
GALWAY LINE OF
MONTREAL do. do.
WASHINGTON LINE OF SAILING
Drafts at sight for 1 and upwards, on
National Batik and Branche s. Payable in
all the City's and Towns in England, Ire
land, Scotland and Wales free of Discount.
R. A. O. KERR,
May 25, 1804 ly. Altoona.
FouiiTii & Akcii Streets,
Caterer for the best TRADE, and offer no
BAITS or deception to induce
Custom, but :cly on
F A I R D EALING
Best MEW NOES.
We follow GOLD dotcn, as close as ice
follow it Now is a good tiice for Mer
chants and consumers to come in.
Oct. 5, 18Gi-2m.
y RIAL LIST,
I FOR THE FIRST WEEK
of December Term, ISO 4, for Cambria coun
M't Joiiig'e u.-o
vs Holliday und others,
vs. Collins, fuishees,
vs. Wood & Morrel, Gar
vs. R .dgers,
JOS. M'DONA LD, Prothonotary.
I'rothonotary's Office. Ehensburg, )
Nov. 9, 1804.
! FOR SECOND WEEK
of De . -ember Term, 1801, in Common Picas
f t Cambria County.
Stiilsel & Porter, vs. WhTtes.
E'o.-iisburg el- (atsson RR. vs. Noon,
bit kson vs. Johnst' n.
4" Cresson Raiiroad
L' yd rs. Skt l'y.
Ou-hon vs. lleslop.
Rrallier vs. Kibler,
Kcniii vs. ( trillilh,
Ma'zie vs. Brown.
Tiernan cii.ioiM;e vs ITawe.
I iendcrson, et. al. vs. Hawed,
Pedan, et. al. vs. Ilawes,
Kerrigan vs. Ta'tT,
Commonwealth vs. Linton,
Same vs. Same,
O-.tes vs. Wolf & Weichorue,
D nigherty for use vs. Smyth,
Lantze vs. Moore et. al.
Ruck vs. Same,
Burg. on v-. N el
N. e! vs. M ttthews,
Shai bau ji vs. Link,
M'Clwskey vs. Goesrregan,
Frelerick vs. Natrle.
JOS. M'nONAI D. PrrtV.
Prothonotary's Ofiice. "
E'oenshurg. Nov. It'., 1801- J
V e are now tending by mail, free ol post
age, OUR FINE DIAMOND POINT
" UNION GOLD PENS," and Silver
Extension Si.imxg Cask, with Lkau Pknt
Ciu, beautifully chased, at our wholesale
price of $1.25 We never before re
tailed them less than .$4 each. They are
acknowledged to be the most durable and
beautiful in market. They are manufactur
ed of Fisk Gol.D. and finished in the best
possible style. They are celebrated for their
a.laptness to ever' hand and style of wri
ting, making a beautiful light or heavy
stroke when desired. We have sold over
one hundred thousand " Union " Pens du
ring the past eight months, and we have not
one word t.f dissatisfaction from any one
using our Pens. They arc the b;:st Gold
pen made, and sold for one quarter the price
charged by many. Any one ordering by
mail will receive their Pins by next return
mail. Our goods always arrive safely at
their destination. Be particular to write
your address plain. One trial of our Gold
Pens will convince any person of their su
periority. We also send, without extra
charge, HOOD'S GREAT BOOK OF 100
SECRETS, or How to Make $5 a Day
WiTiiorr Capital. One of these secrets
cost the publisher $250 for the right to pub
lish it. Several pc-rsons are now making
.?J20 dollars per month by these Secrets.
This'bx)k is worth $50 to any man or wo
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tlier, writes us from Chicago.be has realized
in four months. $513 by knowledge obtain
ed from this book. We send one Gold Pen,
silver Extension Case aud Pencil, and Book
of Secrets, for $1,25 ; three for 3,50 ; four
for $4,50; six for $0,50; twelvo for $12,00.
fjcj- Send Government money.
Address M. YOUNG & BROS.
157 Monroe Street
July C, 1864-Gm. NEW YORK.
The Life and Campaigns of General Mc
Olellan, for sale by
jjADiEs fancy fursi
No. 718 Arch St.,
I have now in
staic of my own
isia -4-S-Ull:5 Manufacture, one of
2RS?jg the LARGEST and
y,- most BEAUTIFUL
F A N C Y F U R S
for LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WEAR,
in the City. Also, a fine assortment of
Gent's Fur Gloves and Collars.
As my Furs was purchased when Gold
was at a much lower premium than at pre
sent, I am enabled to dispose of them at very
reasonable prices, and I would therefore
solicit a call from my friends of Cambria
county and vicinity.
3- Remember the Name, Number and
718 ARCH Street, above 7th., south s:de
fcj- I HAVE NO PARTNER. NOR CON
NECTION WITH ANY OTHER STORE
Sept. 7, 18G4-5m.
n II I O
U PET R O L I U M
The undersignr-d having been appointed
an Agmt fjr t!;r subscri lion of STOCK to
the Company, begs leave to submit the fol
lowing Matement :
This company is chartered by tin Legis
lature of New York in conformity with the
laws of Ohio. Its capita! stock is one mil
lion of dollars in shares of one hundred dol
lars each. A portiuu of this stock i; open
for subscription. The property is situated
hi Morgan county, Ohio, and tmbraces about
fifteen hundred acr. s of land, the mort of it
hel l in fee simple and the balance held by
lease. Two miles of broad valley land suit
able for boiing wells. There "arc sixteen
wells in successful operation producing 2'Jo
barrels per day, belling at $8 per barrel,
rapidly and mccessfully increasing their
l o an- pirson wi.-h
d;ing to invest in this
enterprise, I will .-how then a map and give
them a pamphlet detailing the whole opera
tion. M. 1IASSOW
Oct. 20, lSG4Mf
In the Orpliant' Conrt
CF CAMBRIA COUNTY, Ta.
September Term, 1804.
CAMBRIA CoUN'i Y, .
The Cjiiuii invvfalih of Pennsylvania
To Sarah Wissinger. (now Sarah Shank.)
residing in Richland township, Cambria
county; Jacob Wissinger, residing in Indi
ana county, Pa.; Elizabeth Wissinger, wife
of Jjshua Shank residing in Indiana county,
Pa.; Esther Wis.-inger, intermarried with
John II ay, residing in Stark cunty, State
of Indiana ; Barbara WisMnger, intermarried
with Samuel Livingston, residing in Somer
set county. Pa.; George Wissinger, residing
iu Somerset county. Pa: Catharine Wissin
ger, intermarried with Samuel Noon, Jr..
re.-i.ling in Richland township. Cambria
county, Pa.; John S. Wis. ingcr, residing in
Richland lown.-ditp, Cambria county. Pa.:
Daniel It. Wissing r, residing in Richland
township. Cambria Oiinty, Pa.; and Daniel
K. Wis-ingtr. eu.ird.ian, jrv hoc i-ire ,.f
Sarah Boyles. E izabetb I i. -yle.-. J .hn U ' bs
and Daniel B.vyles, ehihhvn of Eve V.'ii.sin
ger, deceased, who w;is intermarried with
James B oyles. heirs and legal representa
tives of John Wissinger, late of Richland
township, Cambria county, deceased.
You, and each of you, are hereby cited to
be and appear before the Judges of the Or
phans' Court of Cambria county, at Ebens
burg, on Monday the fifth day of December
next, then and there to accept or refuse to
lake the real esta of the said John Yi-.
singer, deceased, or to shew cause why the
same should not be sold t wit : A certain
piece or parcel of land situate in Richland
township, Cambria county, aforesaid, ad
joining hinds of John S. Wissinger, hinds in
possession of William Shank, lands of Lewis
Donmaycr, Justice Yerner, and others, con
taining 103 acres, or thereabouts, about 70
acres of which are cleared, and thereon
erected a two stoiy hewed log house and a
frame barn, now in the occupancy of Daniel
R. Wissinger, which has been valued and
appraised by an Inquest awarded bv our
said Court, and returned by the Sheriff of
the Count v aforesaid, on the sixth day of
June, A.'l)., l?t; 4, at the sum of $14,50
( , ) "Witness the
L. S. President Jud
( S at Ebensburg
Hon. George Taylor,
of our said Court,
September, A. D.,
JOHN BUCK. Shu iff.
Sept. 21. 1804-41
JL LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
if you wish to marr3-, address the under
signed, who will send you without money
and without charge, valuable information
that wiil enable you to marry happy and
speedily, irrespective of ae. wealth orlxau
ty. This information will cost you nothing,
and if ou wish to marrA', I will cheerfully
assist you. All letters strictly confidential.
The desired information setby return mail,
and no questions asked, address
SARAH B. LAMBERT,
Grcenpoint, Kings county. New York.
Oct. 19. 1804-2m.
rTllie Confessions mil Kiprrlrnct ot
X AN INVALID.
Published for the licnefit, and as a CAU
TION TO YOUNG MEN and others, who
suffer from Nervous Debility, Premature
Decay of Manhood, &c.. supplying at the
same timc The Means of Self-Cure. By
one who has cured himself after undergoing
considerable nuackerv. By enclosing a
postpaid addressed envelope single copies J
- - - .1. .
may oe naa 01 ine aumor.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq.,
Urooaiyn, iings bo., i. i
June 15. lr-64-ly.
IS 7-30 LOAN!
The Secretary of the Treasurer girea no
tice that subscriptions will be received for
CyUP" Treasury Notes, payable three years
'from August 15th, 1864, with semi-amjual
interest at the rate of seven and thrce.-tenths
percent, per annum principal and interest
both to be paid in lawful money.
These notes" will be convertable at tbm
option of the holder at maturity, into sir
per cent., gold bearing boDds, payable not
less than five nor more than twenty years
from their date, as the Government "may
elect. They will be issued in denomination
of" $50, $100, $500 $1,000 and $5,000, and
all subscriptions must bo for fiftv dollars or
some multiple cf fifty dollars.
The notes v? ill be transmitted to the owti
ers free of transportation charges as iwcn
after the receipt of the original Certificates
of Deposit as they can be prepared.
As the notes draw interest from August
15, persons making deposits subsequent to
that date must pay the interest accrued from
date of note to date of deposit.
Parties depositing twenty-five thousand
dollars and upwards for these notes at any
"O1"- "wi t'o auuncu a coLLlll-ilasjoil CI one-
quarter of one per cent-, which will In
paid by the Treasury Department upon the
receipt of a bill for the amount, certified to
by the officer with whom it was made. No
deductisns for commissions must be made
from the deposits.
SPECIAL ADVANTAGE Or THIS LOAN.
It is a National Savings Bank, offering a
higher rate of interest than any other, and
the best security. Any Savings Bank which
pays its depositors in U. S. Notes, considers
that it is paying in the best circulating me
dium of the Country, and it cannot pay in
anything letter, for its owl) asets are either
in government securities or in notes or bonds
payable in government paper.
It is equally couvenient as a temporary of
permanent investment. The notes can al
ways be sold for within a fraction of their
face and accumulated interest, and are tho
best security with banks as collaterals foe
CoNVtRTIBI.H INTO A Sir PER CENT 5-20
In addition to the very liberal interest ou
ths notes for three years, this privilege of
conversion is now worth about three per
cent, per annum, for the current rate for
5-20 Bonds is not less than nine per cent,
premium and belore the war the premium
on the six per cent. U. S. Stocks was orer
twenty per cent. It will be seen that tho
actual profit on this loan, at the present
market rate, is not less than ten per cent,
Its Exemption from Stats or Muxicipal
But aside from all the advantages we
have enumerated, a special Act t.f Congress
exenq-ts all bonds and Treasury m tes from
local taxation. On the average, this exemp
tion is worth about two per cent- per an
num, according to the rate of taxation In
various part of the country
I Is belie veil that no securities offer so great
inducements to the lenders as those issued
by the government. In all other forms of
indebtedness, the faith or ability of private
parties, or stock companies, or separate
communities, only, is pledged for payment,
while the whole properly of the country hv
he'd to secure the discharge of all the obli
gations of the United States.
While tho government oilers the mot
liberal terms for its loans, it believes that
tiie very str..nge.-t appeal will be to the ley-
alty and patriotism of the people.
Duplicate certificates will be issued for all
dep. ..-its. Ti.o party depositing must endorse
upon the original- certificate the denomina
tion of notes required, and whether they are
to be issued ic blank, or payable to order.
When so endorsed it must be left with the
ohicer receiving the deposit, to be forwarded
to the Treasury Department.
Subscriptions will be received by tho
Treasurer of the United States, at Wash
igr ton, the several assistant Treasurers aud
designated Depositaries, and by the
IIMTMTMAL BAKKOF ALTBOM.
and by all National Banks which are depose
it aides of public rnonev. and
RESPECTABLE BANKS and BANKERS
throughout the country will give further in--formation,
AfKOiio Evert Facility to Sltbscbiekrs.
August 10, 1864.- Sm.
editor democrat & sentinel,
Dear Sir . With your permission I wish
to say to the readers of your paper that I
wi'l send, by return mail, to all who wish
it (free), a Recipe, with full directions for
making and using a simple Vegetable Balm,
that will effectually remove, in ten day?.
Pimples, Blotches. Tan. Freckles, and all
Impurities ol the Skin, icaviDg the same
soft, char, smooth and beautiful.
1 will also mail free to those having Bald
Heads, or Bare Faces, simple directions and
information that will enable them to start a
full growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers,
or a Moustache, in less than thirty days.
All applications answered by return mail
without charge. Respectfully vours,
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist,
831 Broadway, New York.
Oct. 10, 1864-3m
JN Letters of Administration
having been granted by the Register of
Cambria connty, to the undersigned, on the
estate of Charles Luther, late of Carroll
township, tlec'd, notice is hereby given to
a'.l thoe indebted to said estate to come
and settle the Fame, and those having
claims against said estate to present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
Oct. 2G, 1804 Gt. Administrator.
COL. JOHN WOODS,
(FORMERLY OF THE ALTOONA HOUSE.)
WILL TAKE CHARGE OF TI1B
APRIL 1st. 1864. where he would be thauk-
fid for a call fiom all his friends.
1 . niyi. 04:0iu.