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i .. w ?..- i r- Tl.f. ii.nducior uui a ,c
furto-p;y hi, fare utf the railroad
n,e ?cnth mat, that heads .hi. article 1ms J fujl top re. rc.
bcru relieved from active duty and allow- ; MWj ,,,e ni.,n dropped down into
eJ to report to the War Departnent from w darkness. The conductor presently
LowJi Alatwulnisetw. This is one good found that the train had stopped on a
,hL that Mr Lincoln or Stanton lu bne over a dry uliv. and the man was
that - , at tllv. llotUim ot lt, d,a,.
done. in greui ui.-;on . ,
. I t 2 " . . ....
;.. destroying t ort t istier uy mowing up - ,
ttui mid lis petiiua in catin
T1" .7 " ' " f his ! tinguished poet' her reply was-" i ,e
is RAia to uavc ueeu v.. .. - ., l,..t mv seat was so
This disgurtig beast goes , Ur. m(.Un!U.kP. ,hat I could
mw a lastiionaDie lauv oe-mii ...
. ' . i 1-1 . j -1 j. .itrt .it . nifl
.ill'll. ' l..vir llKeil llie tllllliei "
home loaded with riches.
We clip the ! V"''
r nut fill
n.A mtitti mv m.oetite. and the pickled
... .,, . .'J - 1 i i
following torn the 'cr lurk or.a oi clicrrie9 ,mil n, . my
that I had a motion xo imive me , -
Mr. nave some hartshorn rtevlved in
Wednesday i.nJ Thursday last-
li U T L E K.
OBirr, januauv 7 ltfCo.
It would be ridiculous to say of Butar
that he id, imply, dead.
Like H.me heuo of otlal rlung Irora out
. ...... iii tlie night uu odorous warn-
water, which birraved me.'
FOR SALE. , f .
A House and Lot of Ground
with four acres of land, at the Summit.
Apply to the subscriber on the premises
CAT MA It INK OITLRSON.
Jan 18. 18o5-3i
gHHTlKO TQ FRQM KNfJ
LAND. IRELAND AND &U'l LAND,
GALWAY LINE OF
MONTREAL do. do.
WASHINGTON LINE OF SAILING
Diafta t s'sht for JC1 and upwards, on
National Bmkand Itranch. Payable in
all the Cit's and T.iwnf in England. Ire
land, Scotland and Wairs free "f Discount.
May 25, 1864 ly.
R. A. 0. KEKR.
, io tuc let-t and noMiiis of peik-Mi wu.s TH. NEllvt)U DEBT LI TAT D
"jaWll tins creature, naniod a Genc-ial ( ANl) DESPONDENT OF BOTH
iad caned tne iicaal by lips
too lUiuiy to be wholly just, lies worse blorell
Dead, even a Uutl-r might be ent'uied
to human charity. Hut ti.ui rule ot lair
nlav wnich foroids to ure a man wlo
L uovu, does uoi apply to Duller luin-.
Sj far beneath lhe iwiiic hale tht ceases
at the 8-puithre, and vamsnes in the
llaL.w of .iii.-loriuue, is tlie tei.U.iient j
which every honorable citizen leels lor
tl,U embodied di.raee to A.nei iean man- j
hood, that it contain " nor pity, nor j
ciianty, nor lhe semblance ot cou.-rk-ra- !
tiJn " iler.auer, please lieaen, it is oe-t !
an armed and petted despot Willi whom j
U,e scum and oeieslati. il ot the country J
has io deal. Some one !-pot surely exists j
;.. ih.. eoarre. lnena nature whlcti has bo j
lo-i. been solieied to latteii in the ceme
tery ot a iiation s hoj-s, that, Mni ot ;
niilimiy armor, must be sensitive u kicks.
The admini.-tiali.-n has set the exainple.
Wiih one liercuiunc.an tioist of his oiluial
cither Mr. Liuei.lu or ecivtary
Siaiitou ha? sent poor Dmler careering on
his way horn l iitess Monroe to Loeli,
Tl.eie to reinve. It i deoU edly to le
ii. ivd, a Kdute from tiie coikeiive tow
hiden f ml who rejoice in me dispviisa
tu.n of poetical josiiee.
Vet, who .'hail read the riddle of his
wondrous fall . So failhiul a sci vitor, bo
puiient a diM-iph-, so advanced an apostle
.1 t osciiois and policies which his
masters adopted and best loved, ha.i never
l.., LiM.wn li-l'ore. From there this
P i.U.'n lesson that something worse than j
thrift may fellow fawning is hard, indeed, j
Were there no more bales of human j
hvt. wherewith to heap lhe waste-stack j
of death that this Demon of the l'itch-
folk had already piled so hijif j
vcre there no more women to le pro- i
rlainn-d harlots, no !'e rtUls in cm-1
lrvo to be starved int. loyalty? Was;
there dearth of manhood to Ix: outraged, ;
tcniu- n honor to be .jointed at?
Had the doiw of norih.-rn citien ceased t
to breed t lotiu-'s ?" revolution, that the j
Sl'XES A rea sulh-rei tiavum o. en re-
l.i health in lew 'lays, alu-r many
jears of mist-ry. is willing lo assi.r ni bji
feiinf; follow -creature!, by scudim: (fre). .-n
the Teceipt of a p -st-faid addicted enve
lope, a cpv of tin- formula of cute employ
ed. Direct to
.I0I1N M DAGNAI L.
Rox Tost 0:2 ce, Brooklyn, N. V.
Jan. 18. lbG-r.
lit l in it . oi
f . on appliciitiou nf
L S E-q.. .Io!m E Sea
) i)ommis'iii.er to
NO i ICE.
In tne matter of tlie pet;tin of John J.
Kct for a rHcitie peiformance of the real
enntraet ma !o !-et iwn said -I'd n .1 R cs
and John Kees eeeaet!. an. J the service ol
tin- Mioiiuena ssiied thereon.
And row to it : tli necenuxT, icoi.
ot 0-0. M. Kea(!e,
t-tke and report
tae testimony in the above case to Joint.
ii..M r.o vi iv 1 1 r i .
Ue:k O C
The Conmiis-iontT above mined hereby
;i. t:fkrt all icrss-.ns iiiTert-sted in said eon-
tract, that lie will at'. end to tue duties of
l is s:.il antoiiitn.efit. at h' "fine m the
Hor-.Uiih if Ebeiisbnrs:. on Fi:d.iy the 3d
d-iy of.Fibrunv next at ore oYl k. P. M
".IOJIN L. SCANbAX,
J u; 11. 18G-3 :t C.-n.n.i.-si m r.
uditnr't otlc. I
The ii!ideiMs.Mi-il ,
Audit-.-, appointed by the Orphans' Ooiirtj
,,f Cmhna County, tmeport oistiioiiu- n o.
the funds in the tiandsof Win. Paime', E-q .
Administrator of the cst.it of Fieh-n-k
Knepper. deceased he-ehy notifies all persons
inteiesl d tlnt he will attend to the duties
i f his said a poiutnient, at his office ill the
Borough of Eheushiirg on Tfiurs-hiy the
2;'h dav f J it!tiry t one o'clock.
P. M.. at" which time, all persons are re
quiri-d to present their claims or he debaired
from coming in for a share of the fund.
JOHN E. SCAN UN.
.T..n 11 lSK.'i-St Au.litor.
Fourth & Arch Streets,
Caterer hr the best IK Uh, and oner no
BAl I'S or deception to induce
Custom. 1 ut cly n
F All: D E A L 1 N G
GOOD O O O D S!
Best MEM NOES.
Nohihtv I L UDS,
Fiund M KM NOES,
He follow' GOLD Jicn. as close ax tee
f.dloir it up. Now is a g.od tin e I t Mcr
ch'tnts and consumers to come m.
Oct 5, 18C4 2:ii.
F. A. Si'oF.MAK-R. Wm. H. Sucni-Krt.
S110EM K"ll A- SKCMLEU.
ATTOUNEVS AT LAW,
E B E N s B U It (i .
CAMI.RI A Gf'STY
Office heretof -re o-cupifl by F- A. Shoe
maker. fD c. 7, 1804 tf
f'orr eted Weekly.
Flour per bbl Extra Family,
Beef, per lb.
Potatoes, per bushel.
Butter, per lb.
Cabhage, per dot.
A DIES FANCY FURS !
iiv sell iliii
! in oi. l-ee. ol ,o.-.t
OllU FINE DIAMOND POIM
The tmdcr.-igned ,p k'"
. .... . i- i ""-
f.e' law! linn'.'' ol a DIue-Le;
n-emid no longer to flight the fotdc ol
.tl I A
Had greenbacks fallen so low, had :
gold U come so hil:. that P.ntler and thi
Treasury I)i j arlmi nt ceased to agree as j
to the icsptctive shares in each? j
Ah, ys! s:nd ah, no! Lives, almost j
kb ph ntiful as at the first, wait to be j
fj.il!,.' tl.r nothing Women there are, j
hundreds of them in lhe South and North,
whom military tvrar.ny can insult, it it !
chlNse for tiothiiur- Manhood there is
..,'itrir. acnoiiited bv the
inon Piis of Cambria county, to report 'iis
trii.ution of the fund, in tiie hands-f W m.
P. hiier. E q , Administrator of the esta'col
Daniel K mpper, deeeased, hereby notifi.;
ah persons interested that he will attend to
!..,;.. .,f 1.; said ftiiioii.tmei.t at his
till" mil... ----- - i i
.,f;Ve in the i'.orotiph oi EMisbuvg. on
Tl-iirssdav,ihe VCth day 1 January at
.mc lock. P. M . at winch time ah per
sons are requhed to pr.sent their c.auns or
he di harreil from coming in for a shi.rc if
the fund. m)u K SCANLAN
J in. 11, U 5.3t Auditor.
l7MlNISTRAl R S NOTICE.
.i . .1 V 1
- ..-..i .. .. norm nit csiaic 11 o-
I .-o lllllllt i ... -. j--
ward Bulk, deceased, have been , gr.int ed to
the suhsciiber. residing in Washington
Those indebted to said e-tate
iu l.'niiii.'. - "
to le dishonored by foul w ron:
. ..i..!.- lTiak.i naviiHiit, and itiosc
nv - - - i -
Iaiios anainst the same will
Jan. 11. 18G5-61 Allmr
I IC1NSE NOTICE.
UNION ;(IJ) PK.NS," f.nd Mi.v.u
FxTt:;.-! is Pmiun Cask, with Lj-ao Pen
cil. beaatifv.Iiy cha-i. at our wholesale
price of 1.25 W" never l.efore retail'-.',
them ies ?hh; $1 each. They are
sf.iknowleiicd to he li.e ii.ost i':nari.e r.'.id
oeaiitifu! in n.ark-t. They ate manufartur
ed of Fise Gold. and. fh ishid in the best
p ssihle style. Th-y are celebrated fir their
adapt ness lo eviry hand and style i f wri
ti;i". making a heniitifid litht or heavy
s. .... ,1- 1 .11 ..
-tr- ke wnen (li-SI'Ul. v e nave sum ov. i
undred thoii.nid. -Liu -ii I .mis on-
rinii the past eiytit tnoi:t's. ami we nave hot
t ne word of dUsu'i-faetion fr.m any m-n-inir
cur Pens. Tin-y arc the B ks r Ct-.1-1
Pen made and sold f.r one quarter the price
charged bv manv. Any one ordctiits by
mail will receive their P ns by next return
mail Our ptx.l.s always arrive safely at
their destination. I'-f particular to write
vi.nr address nlain. One trial of our Oold
Pens will convince any person of their sti
l.erioiity. We a!s s--nd, without extra
rhw. lKKJD'S CHEAT POOK OK 100
SECRETS, or How to Make $5 a Day
WiT'ioct C.'.rn.M.. One of these secrK.
cst the publisher $:"0 f-r therijjht to pub
lish it Several persons are now making
$120 dollars per month by thes Secrets
This h .k is worth $rU to any man or wo
man. Lieut. Asa 8-iinett. a wounded sol.
die-, writes us from Chicago. 1-e has realized
.1 .. & ' 1 y l-nnU'lii.l.Ti. ..l-.t-iri.
in tour tnoirns. F-o'i '. .x.. --.
e send one tiold Ten.
Oli Establi h d
FUR M A Ur AO
No. 718 Arch St..
I have now in
-stue -f rny own
Imnoi tatiou and
. - the LARGEST and
'gggg? most BEAUTIFUL
F A N C V F U R S .
f..r LADIES' and CHILI M N'S WEAK,
in the Citv. Also, a fine assortment of
Gent's Fur G oves and Collars.
As mv Furs was purchased when Gold
was at h much lower premiti th in at. pre
sent. I am enabled to dispose of them at very
reasonable vrices. and I would theref T"
solicit a call from my friends of Cambria
county and vicinity.
Ih incmber the Name, Number and
718 ARCH Street, above 7th.. south shl.
PI! I LA DELPHI.
pr- I HAVE NO PARTNER. N R C N
V'CTION WITH ANY OTHER STOKE
Sept. 7, :84-.rm.
OH I O
Tlie undersigned having been appointed
an Agnt fr tlie subscription of STOCK to j
the Company, begs leave to submit the fol
lowing statement :
This company is chartered by tit i Legis
lature of New Y-.ik in conformity with the
laws of Ohio. Its capital stock is .ue mi!
lion of dollars in shares of one hundred dol
I.irs each. A portion of this st-ck t open
for subtciiptioti. Ttie prorerty is situated
in Morgan county, Onio. and embraces about
fifteen hundred r.cr- s ot land, the nw.-t of it
held in fi e simple and the balance held by
lease. Two miles of broad Tall, y land suit
able f ir boring wells. Tin re are s"'X"en
wells in succes-ful operation producii g 295
barrels per day. selling at $3 per barrel,
ri'pidly and successfully increasing their
To anv nerson wishinz t invest in this
j i - .
cnterpri.-e. I will show them a map and pvi
them a pamphlet detailing t.e whole opera
Oct. 2'h lS64-tf
pODEY'S LADY'S BOOK.
THE FASHION MAGAZINE OF THE
LITERATURE, FINE ARTS. AND
... . .... . . .... n . . - 1 A f.r.. . S2. ..1
1ft I r AMIIUAS. llie lll'i'i iimKiuuiciii
iU . i i v v 4 s: if t n V
r.Q tiiigravngs. m u u
co ! PLATES. Wool engravings on v-ry sub
40 : ject that canititerest ladies. Crotchet Knit--r
I ting, Nettine. Embroidery. Articles for the
i nlet, lor trie r.irior, trie ruo.ou, -no mc
Kitchen. Everything, in fact, to make a
comjtleic La'lt's Bodk.
THE LAD1EV FAVORITE FOR THIRTY
No Magazine has been able to comtete
with it. None att rnnf i'.
for every oepattmc-nt a lioUsei old. The.c
ah nc arc worth the price of the B-xk.
M'nlel V .tt ages (no other Magazine gives
them), with diagrams.
D R A W I N G LESSENS FOR THE
Y'UNG. Another speciality with Godey.
OoIGINAL MUSIC, worth $3 a year.
0 ncr M-igazines publish old worn out mu
sic ; but the subscnners to Gooey get it be
fore the music stores.
Gardening for Ladies. Another peculi
arity with U-dey.
Fashions from Messrs. A T Stewart A;
C,of Nw York, the millionaire mc-ittiants.
appear iu Go-iey.-the oaly Magazine that
Also. Fashions from the celebrated Brodif
ol N. w Y -ik.
Ladies B i!"etK. We ?ive more f then
iu a year than any other Maunzine. Iu iact,
fins Lady's Bn'k enables every 1-idy to be
her owu bonnet maker.
AiitJion.s of ' A'-nc " Hidden rafh."
-Moss Side," "Xei.iesis." an I M,riim."
writes for Godey each mo..ih, and f. r no
thcr M igzitie. We have also retaiutd all
our old and favorite contributors.
Ilavine adr.ptcl th
Cash system, offers the following Warea at
less than ritv retail priceg :
10 to 40 ealloca
8 quarts to 40 galloua.
all sorts and kind.
SUEET IR07 W.4XIE.
ENAMELED Sr TINNED IRON WARE.
COPPrR WaRE MADE T' ORDER
SAD IRONS or SMOOTHING JItONS
COOKING STOVES. EGG STOVES,
HEA TING COOK ST O VES.
BRADLEY COOKING STOVES. PA
TENT. ABB' 'TT & NOBLE,
and e.very other Pittsburgh or Philadelphia
manufacturer's stoves always on hand or
procured on 6 days notice.
ODD PLATES AND GRATES for Stoea
always on hand.
C RBON OIL LA M I'S. from 62cta.. to
11.25. CHIMNEYS and WICKS al wya
all s!ie, constantly on hand.
TOASTING FORKS, OYSTER BROIL
ERS. JELLY Cake Moulds. Table and T
Spoou s.COAL BUCKETS.
t.A r.-..-.-. tli. h h -k
.. ;il ..l..i--sf- o ease inasn ia mem. . - - . . i. ;, .,. i? .. i.
having claims against the same wil present , Mlver Lxtei . i
them properly pr iven ior ? ; - - . 50 ; twelve for JI2.00.
fc- S.-nd (lovernmet" mone..
v ... i -e-r i t
eution for nothing. 1'lots, hnleous plots,
fcr the dethronement of Mr. Lincoln and
his mcrrv m n, sue thick as ever all over
the North ; mid as for greenbacks, the .
plaice at Washington are not yet worn ;
out, and the printers Heaven cave the!
niiiik- grind out their wages with will- j
in: sinew s. J
Onlv it is time that some one else shall ,
do the military-agency business of the
administration, and take the money. '1 he
blunders and the rogueries of one man
seem rot half so ereat when made by 1 n n M..r.flti. 1 No. 99. June Term.
two. or three. It is meet that the ser- vs. 104
vants of lielial thall not be retained to j G. F. Hoop and
h.nn- I Philip Phester. J . r
p" ! l i w- Dec b 1804. O i mot on of
WHO was GF.KKRAI. buti-Kk's I atiifk a ' J 0jLunAu. Attorney's f .r Plain-
Ije'KSTION Hilt A.uijLAi.iA.a.
To the ICtlitor of the World.
Can von inform the undersigned in
wlntyenrit was that .lol.n l.nner, uic , w, ite town-hip. Om.bria county . warrant
father of General Henjanun F. Hutler, i eJ nue 'i,.,,,, s.inhurn. a.-jom-
was hung by the Spaniard as a pirate in I
the Island of Cuba ? S.me say it was j
in 1810, but accordim to my recollection
The following Peti-
tons for License have been filed in this of
fice for presentation at Argument Cmiit on
7th of February. 18u5. to wit : of
George Wmderoth. Wdmore B-.r . Tavern.
Joseph Shirey, "'jrPONALD."
Cl'k Q ji.terSeasians.
Lbensburg, Jan. 4. 1805.
fll' R 1'e Ka?:teJ oU Defe-ndant to appear
and plead, on or before the first day of next
.i t...,. i:t. d Kiectnien w hich
IO I. I nil' av". j
M. YOUNG A- BHOS.
157 Monroe S'rret.
1864-.Gm. NEW YORK.
tO CONSUMPTIVES. !
Consumptive sun orers
wid receive a valuable prescription h-r the
ore -f Consumption, Asthma, BronehitU.
and all thr at and Lung affections, (free of
charge.) bv sending their address to
P.ev. EDWARD A. WIL ON.
Williamsburg Kings Co. New York.
Sept. 21 1864 3tn.
LADIES AND Gf NTLEMEN
sh to many, adou-ss tne under
signed, who will send you wi-hotit money
ivi'thout cnarge. valuable information
that wi l euabie you to marry happy and
i. ..,'i!v. irrespective ol age. wealth or i au
ty. '1 his inf. rm.it ion will cost you nothing,
and if you wish t- marry. I will cheeifnlly
assist yon A'd letters strictly confi'lentil
The desired inf irtiial i.m sent by return mail,
ard no 'picstions asked, addiess
SKAH B LMBEI5T.
Grcenpoint. Kings county. New York.
Oct. l-J. ISG4-2m.
GODEY 'S LADY'S BOOK FOR
( F. om which there can be no Deriat on )
'lhe following are the leims of the Laoy's
B i.k for !So5. At present, we will receive
..ihseMhers sit the follow ins; rates. Due
notice will be given if we ae obliged to ad
vuice, which will depend upon the price of
i )ne copy, one year.
Two copies, one year.
Three copies, one year.
F u r copies, one year,
Five copies, one year, and an extra
copy to the person s.-nding the
club, making tix copies.
Eight copies one year, and an ex
tra copy to th person senuiug
the club, making miu copies.
Eleven copies one year, and an i x
tiacopvto the person sending
t).f dub. makim: twelve copies, 27 50
Additions to nv of the above clubs,
s?'? F,0 each sulwrilr.
G.idev's Lady's Bk and Arthur's Home
Magi-zinewiil be sent, each one year, on re
i i-iiit. of 44 50.
v'.'e have no club with any other Maga
zine r Ne- siiaper.
Tie money must be sent all at one time
f..r .mv Club.
P.itiaila subscribers must send 24 cent
add.ti nil for e.ch subscrilT.
Address L A GODEY.
N. E Corner Sixth and C' ftni Sircef.
rniTORTH MOCRAT & SEN FIN EL,
Dear Sir . With your permission I wisn
to say to the readers of your paper that l
wiM send, by return mail. V all who wish
it (free), a "Recipe, w ith I'u-1 dirocti-.ns f-.r
making and n"i g-i simple Vegetable Balm,
that will ift-ctually remove, in ten days.
Pimt-les, Blotcl-.es. Tan. Freckles, and al!
Impurities of the Skin, leaving the same
soft, char, smooth and lautiful.
I will also mail free t-. those having Paid
Heads, or Bare Faces, simple directions and
information that will mible them to start a
dill growth of Luxuriant Hair. Whiskers,
or a Moust-.che. in less than thirtv days.
Alt applications answered by return mail
without fharcre. R s; "ct fuliy yours.
THOS. F. CHAPMAN. Chemist.
831 Broadway, New York
Oct 19, 18G4-3U1
Price list now rea.lv for the Trade,
and Mrchants are respectfully inv'ted to
call and examine our ares, send for
fur a catalogue before puichabing
The above cods wT.J be furnished.
WHOLESALE OR ItETAIl .
JOIINSToWS STOVK A' HOVSK FUBKISUIX
Ope.site the eigh Lock.
FRANK W. HAY'S WAREHOUSE,
and save twenty jrrcent. on youf puic
Johnstown March, lo. lbbi. tt.
Ready to nail down.
At leys than half the c t of tin rooff.
Mote durable than tin.
Suitable for steep or fiat roofs.
F .r all kinds of bui'dings, in all eliraatei.
Easily, cheaplv, aud quiekiy put on. Xeds
no" eating over with cement after it is
nailed dow-ii. "
Mad- of a strong woven fabric, thoroughly
saturated and covered upon loth surfaces
with a perfectly waterproof cotnjsition,
r.nd put up in rolls ready Lr use 40 inch
w ide, and 75 feet long.
is brought for a
tract of land situate m
rritila rr t r I.oretto. Chmt Spdngi
I AND ST. AdiL'SIINE.
The suhscnlier. naviug purchaser tne eu
e stock of lloises. Hacks. Carriages, iVc.
,.f the late iKin i cyan t nuroin. de
leave to inform his friends and the public in
euera! that lie is now penared to furnish
7hern with every accommNlation in his line
of business. His line of Hacks connects
with a l the trains on the Pa. R. R . allow
in passengers n delay w hatever. Calls
alwavs prompuy m ie.i. eo ...
r.Uic Confessions and F.iprlnct of
Published for the Ix-mfit, and as a CAU
TiON TO OUNG MEN and others, who
.IV. r from Neiv.-us Dobility. Prenrcure
Decav of Manhood. iVc.. suiodying at th v ...
C."L. JOHN WOODS,
(FORMERLY OF THE AI.T00NA HOUSE.)
WILL TAKE CUAHGF. 'F TUB
APRIL 1st. 1804. where he would re thank
ful lor a cad from ad his friends.
my , t:ora.
r..f the record as published in the "ew
Hampshire Patriot and Boston papers, it
Tvas in the year 1819.
pCOTE. rerhaps the efficers of the
co'.lepe which conferred the degree f
LI.1) tijx.n Rutler would like to investi
gate tliia Fubject.Q
trr Some persons sav Lincoln made
the last call for "Three Hundred Thou
sand More " in order to accommodate the
disappointed office seekers, who labored
for his re-election, with the promise of
iin office for their services. Wonder how
many leaguers, war Democrats, and di
vine "stump orators, will accept the general
iug lands warranted iu the name oi i.n.
G ates. Charles Anders-n. ami others, cms
tainit.tr f .ur hundred and thirty three acres,
or thereabout. &c. This rule to be pub
livhel in one nwspaper pub'.ishail iu the
county mr three successive wi-ks, the first
publication to be sixty days before the re
turn day of the rule.
By the Court,
JOS. M DONALD,
t-, S Prothouotor.
Dec 21, 18G 3t
Loretto, June 29. 18ti4-ly.
The NO n- S
i ROOKS of Edward Millar, lately doing
business in Mun.-tr, have been h ft with me
' ,tut;,.ti This notice is iriven t ll"
I"l eoo. - ...
the partms indebted i mc
t attcr tne nrsi. iu
- '1'... '.In. v-.- 1 . T. Vl-IC t'l'HV Tiv
ine iiuie t nr. .iit.----r v o... .-
one who has cured I ims-lf a'ter undergoing
considerable quackery. By enclosit g a
postpaid addressed envelope single copies
in-iv b- had of the auth- r.
NATHANIEL MXYFAIR. Esq..
Brooklyn. Kings Co.. N. "i .
June 15. 1804-ly.
' ol Ice.
nefoutits remai- mg unnai
next, will be sued f.-r.
Jan. 4. 18G5-Ct
WM. K ITT ELL.
f Letters testa
mentary on the estate of Jacob Krentvr.
deceased, have been granteil to the suhscri
ber residing in Carroll town. All pers .ns
indebted to said estate are requested to
make avn.ent. aud thse having clurns
against the same to present them properly
authenticated lor settlement.
J. E. M AUGIIER.
tfce. 31, 186 t
Auditor's Notice. ,
"a The undersigned
A.htor anpoirte.1 by the Orphans' Court
.Tf Canibiia county, to report .nstribut.on of
L funds in th. hands of J. M. Lauip
ill surviving Administrator of the es
ia.li, r. . in . i, ,1j.,i1. hereby
i.l James c. omrni ''-- .- -
Hfi-s a11 persons intereste.1 that he w
1 ,., the duties of hs .aid ap-.ntnie
I s office iu the Boro, g . of Ebensbur
at in"", A, ... uvhrnarv next.
ThiiiMlay me i'l " " . '
1? one .'cu'k P. M., at v. h h time all per
at, s arc n qmred to pre-e.l their claims
be barred from coming in for a share
of the fdyonN SCANLAN, Auditor.
Jan. 11. 165- 3t.
T.. John Kcarns of La?aHe
.... . , i- i.f Ul-.ir
county. Illinois. ,i sepu
- i- U'iiliam Ke-rns. ot Kane cun-
t v. Illinois. Annastatia. wife of John Cost
low. of Blair county. Pa , Ocdia wife of
Henry Cost.low. of Blair county. Pa and
Abraham Kearns. Iwe Krarus Charles
i -...I Stet.hen D rnond. wlrnne resi
dences arc unknown, heirs and legal rep.e
sen iti"-s . f John Kearns, deceased.
TAKE NOTICE, that au inquest will be
held at the late dwelling house af John
Kcarns. late oi rue lowns op
County of Cambria and State nf Pnnsydva
ia dee'd. on Tnursd.iv the 2d day of Feb
ruary next, at 2 o'cl k in the afternoon of
that day, for the purpose of m i king par
tition of the Real Estate of the said de
ceased, to and among his children and legal
Letters of Administration
ii the estate of Michael K.-rns.late of Cn.y le
township. Cumbria c-.imty. d-cd, having
len granted by the Register ol said C nmy
to the undeisigi ed. residing in said T.-wu
siiip.notic e is hereby given to all persons in-de-tae.l
to salt deceased to make inimetbate
navment. and th ha vine claims will pre
" t. t. ,' 1 f s- utlf.P
I......... . ir fIVL!
KLIZAUfc.Ul A. iVL.n..-.
Dec. 14. 1804 Kt
w LU ABLE REAL ESTATE for SALE.
. tract of land (formerly owned by
inrge M'Crearv) situate in Susquehanii
r .wnship. Cambria county. adj ning ands
if the same can le done
i . ... . i
..f .I.et.h Lute. William Garman. Joseph
We also marufjeture
FOR LEAKY TIN ROOFS.
Much cheaper and more durable tr.au oil
COMPOUND F. M EXT,
FOR LEAKY SHINGLE ROOFS.
Which will often save the cost of anew rof.
Samples of Reaiy Roofing and Circular
sent by mail when desired.
Favorable terms made with responsible
parties who buv to sell again.
READY ROOFING CO..
73 MAIDEN LANE. 3f. Y.
June 22. 1805-tim.
1 360 acres 12? perches and
allowances, of v;ubie. COAL LAND, situ
ate near the Pennsylvania Railroad, at
sjunimerlill Station, in Croy'.e Township,
Cambria connty . Pa. A!oiit 0 acres of the
laud being clearc', and thereon erected a
dwelling house and barn, and other improve
ments, also an excellent orchard of fruit
tiees. The alx.ve tract contains and abun
dance of coal of a sut-erior quantity, (a
drift lx'ing opened,) and wid be bold on rea
Applv t Poland. Jenkins A-Co., Balti
more. Md.. or to J. W. Stiatton, New York,
city, or to Wm. Kittell. Esq.. Attorney-at-Law,
POUND. JENKINS A- CO.
J. W. STKATTON.
Apri". 15. lSfiS tf- 0
N Came to the resioenco
of the undersigned resi.bnn at Plane No. 2,
P It K on or anui- me isi e-i .m-in-
P. Miller, and oth ts. containing 152 aces , aiiilt'red heifer, between two and
. . . - 1 0 ........u alMttlT.O. . .. , ir . - -
I oi ....r.l... oi..l alhiw'pnee.
i . . ' : .i
acres of which is cleared and mere-...
a one and a half story Lg luse and a
L e Barn. . T
A..ply to Wm. Kittell. Att-rney at-Law
Enslmrg. Penn'a.. or to the undersigned
(owner) Che, ry Tree. IndiamtcountyAjIa.
Dc 14. I8ft4-tf
1 , t. m srii!iii! of the whole.
wttnoui. pie,'. , :. .'
otherwise to value ana appraw ..... r..,r. .
at which time and place you are requited to ;
iitteud if yo' tmna pn.per.
atteuu u j VMES MYERS, Sheriff.
Sheriff 'a Offi . Ebensburg. )
Janpary 4tb 1866-4t
The Constitution of the United States
with explanatory VcW.
. Ip Harmonhus Relations
betwee'P DiTine Faith and Natural Reason
for mU l7
thtee years .11. whue luy ami wi.ire mhj
on vck. Tne owner is requested to come
forward, prove property, pay charges and
take her away otherwise sue win ueiimjiussu
of according to law.
Jan. 4. 1865-3t. -
OF MI, KINDS
DONE AT THIS OFFICE
AT THE SHOKTESr NOTICE
AND ON RKAStiNABLE PRICES.
TTie Life and seryicea of Giperal Grant.
..r aal by JAMES MUBXAT.