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N i cuts m;-rte-i in advertisements.
H.U',3 OF JOB WOKK LII.L- AND CIRCTJI.AIIS.
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i"' ' --' nrg. Jut... 1 1, 1;:;;5.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
rjiVi!-: and COAL LAND formerly
. ' !y 'b-hn ..;:.n. Sr., situate in
1 t-iAnship, Cainbri.i county, about
' ' - :.. '.- X 't ti. -wo-t ..f Kbcnsburg, ad-
-:id. of bite John Uillau. Jr..
I :! 1: ei..'.-i, Dtvi! Davis. Jr., and
ie t- W i-sr Wai'ixT, tvtitaiuj;
(,,.- ;., .,.,', , ai.il Tn tntji-t'iire Arret,
' ' ' :i'n '.its, b u ir'g tln-renn erected a
d' - .'X:-: DWELLING JiOL'E and
.t l.;.re EtanK ISam.
- hi:. d contains an abundance lT coal
f 1 'i. r q-ia'.ity a drift 4 J feet thick
'':i.r l( en otened whi. h is now be:ng
i'-y 1 1 the urn'cisigii-d , the present
'''''. rt-si -lin in the Ik pa:;h f Kbons
1 R. L. .lO lXSTOX,
v. "0, lSo5. .tf.
Mini street, lettre'ii Franklin and Clinton,
N. rt . . J'JIL S TO WN, rA .
AS i ..ii-taiit! v -n briinl a 1 ir'e and well
selected st.M k of seaso nable
DRY m ID &RGCERIES
R s'ock ."fists ot almost every article
1 al'.y kept in a retail store, all of which
f.avc !.t.i si-!e?tcd with care and are offered
't pices w hich c:innt fail to prove satisfac
tory. Call and examine for yourselves.
- v. 1-;, is uo.Cm.V H. WALTERS.
fgWr: i.ndo-s:,:.ed Graduate of the Iialti--3
n...ic C'.-ilege of Dental Surgery, respect
ni-iy fiurs bis proi ussional cervices to the
Citizens of Ei eiisburg. He has spared no
means thoroughly to acquaint himself with
I'very improvement 'n his art. To many
y.ais of persuiial experience he lias thought
to and thu.m parted experience of the high
t authont.es -lu i,t.,ltill s.-ienco. He sim
py asks ti.at an opp, rtuitv may be given
for his work to spr .k its oVn praise.
r, v S-P " KL ''IORD, I). D. S.
tULce in Colotjade U-iw.
f C. A. Harris; T. E. Uo,., jr. . R.
.ndy ; A A Iilandy, V. II. AlliJten. of the
t Will !.at Ebenxburg (,n the fourth
ioni. iy of each month, to stay one week.
J 015 WORK
OF ALL KINDS
fcUXK AT THIS OFFICE,
AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE
D ON liK.ASON'ABLK PRICES.
! AT THE
KONIGSBUUG, PRUSSIA, 18G3,
TN COMPETITION WITH ALL the lead
1 ing Sewing Machines in EUROPE AND
AMERICA, and the United States Agricul
tural Association ; Metropolitan Mechanics'
Institute, Washington; Franklin Institute,
Philadelphia; Mechanics Association, Boston;
American Institute, New York ; Maryland
Institute, Baltimore; Mechanics Associarion,
Cincinnati; Kentucky Institute, Louisville ;
Mechanics Insitute, San Francisco ; and at
EVERY STATE AND COUNTY FAIR
WHERE EXHIBITED THIS SEASON.
Upwards of 200,000 of these Machines
HAVE ALREADY BEEN SOLD,
a fact that ypeaks louder than words of the
success and popularity of Wheeler & Wil
The Cheapest Machine in the World,
Because it is the Best.
Every Machine. Warranted For Three Years.
Customers Risk Nothit g in Purchasing.
INSTKI CTION3 FHF.K.
Always happy to Exhibit and Explain them.
!L7Circulars, containing an explanation
c f the Machine, with testimonials from ladies
of the highest social standing, given on ap
plication, either in person cr by mail.
WM. SUMMER &, CO.,
Ajmt.ijur the Western Slates and Western
Principal ofii.-e and Wholesale Emporium :
Wo. 27 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
.Tuly 2L 18C5.
FOR SPRING SALES.
EYRE & LANDELL,
UOUTITII AND AliCIl STHUETS,
ARE cq.ei.ing for SPUING SALES, Fash
iouable Spring Silks, Novelties in Dress
; Goods, New Style Spring Shawls, New
; Traveling Dress Goods. Fine Stock of New
Goods, Magaiticent Foulards.Splendid Black
, Silks. &c.
' E & L., have their usual assortment of
Staple Goods. Also. CLOTHS, Cassimeres,
i Yestil gs, &e.., See.
P. S , Our prices are now arranged to
. meet the views of Buyers. March 20, '06. Ct
; Orphans' Court Sale.
BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court
of Cambria county, there will be exposed
; to public sale at the Court House, in the
( borough of Ebensburg, on Monday, the
j seventh day ot May next, at one o'clock p.
I in., the following real estate, to wit :
j A CERTAIN LOT OR PIKCE OF
i GROUND, situate in Carroll township,
Cambria county, on the Ebensburg iv Sus
quehanna Plank Road, where the same is
crossed by the Indiana Road, opposite the
house of Jacob Leib, containing ONE
FOURTH OF AN ACHE, with a TWO
STORY FRAME BUILDING thereon erec
t(d, with the appurtenences, late the prop
erty of Jacob Luther, Esq.. deceased.
Terms of Sale: One half on confirma
tion thereof, and the retddue in two equal
annual payments thereafter, with interest, to
be secured by the judgment bonds and
mortgage of purchaser.
D. A. LUTHER,
Executer of said deceased.
Carroll township, April 12, 18G6.4t.
For Sale or Kent.
A FARM containing forty acres, about six
acres of which are cleared, with a good
house and barn and an excellent orchard
thereon, situate at Mullin Bridge, on the
Turnpike in Cambria township, Cambria
county, about two miles East of Ebensburg,
is offered for sale or rent. The uncleared
portion of the land is covered with a large
growth of excellent timber, and the entire
farm is well supplied with good vater. For
further information apply to the undersigned
living in Munster. Munstcr township Pa.
ROSANNA Mr KIM.
April 12, iK'Gti.St..
EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, MAY
A GRAND PUBLIC SALE,T1II: B0Y AND te panther.
OF OVER TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY
LOTS iu JOHNSTOWN , Cambria county,
Pa., being part of the estate of JOHN DI
BERT, Sr., deceased, will take place on
Tuesday, May 22, 1806, commencing at 10
o'clock and continuing Ironi day to day until
all are sold or the sale withdrawn. These
lots have been kept from the market for
seventeen years, and such an offer at public
sale will never again be made in Johnstown.
This city is mainly bounded by high and
picturesque hills, and its further expansion
is, therefore, next to an impossibility, so
that the lots uow offered for sale will, in a
few years, be much increased in value.
Johnstown is the Pittsburgh of the moun
tains, and within its reach are materials
enough to supply fifty such Iron Mills as
the Cambria Irou Works, (which are not
surpassed in the nation) for three hundred
years or more. The hum of industry must
be heard in these valleys down to the eud
Among the property to be sold is a tavern
stand known as the MANSION HOUSE,
containing 19 bed rooms, on the corner of
Main and Franklin streets, near the Market,
facing on the Public Square, and in the j
very heart of ihe city. 1 his stand has 58
feet on Main street and 112 on Franklin,
with all the needed room back for yard,
Also In connection with this, on Main
street, are three business lot, 25 by 70 feet,
and on Franklin two, 25 by 00 feet. Im
mediately in the rear of these, separated by
an alley, are four lots also for sale.
Also Near the South cndofSton' Creek
Bridge a TANYARD, of good size, with 9
leeches, 22 vats, bark sheds, 2 limes, 2
pools, 2 baits, finishing rooms, &c, facing
on Stony Creek 130 feet, and bounded by
Also Four business lots on Morris st.,
near the bridge, and tl.reo adjoining on
Also Thiee lots on the North side of
Canal street, where the Company's Storf3
now stand, and also two lots immediately
opposite on the South side of Canal street,
and two back of these facing on Locust st.
Also Seven lots, 25 by 125 feet to au
alley, facing on Walnut street, near Cone
maugh bridge ; and also below these, five
lots lacing on Conemaugh street.
Also Nine lots situated on the corner of
Walnut and Vine streets, facing on Walnut,
28 by 120 feet to an alley.
Also Six lots, 23 by 120 feet, facing on
the alley in-the rear .of Mr. Morrell's resi
lience. Also Six lots, 28 by 128 feet, fronting
Also Two lots, OS by 128 feet, each with
a house, fr--Dting on Vine street, below L.
B. Cohick's residence. Two lots fronting on
an alley in the rear of the former. One
house and lot near Stony Creek Bridge, now
occupied by Samuel Johnson. The undivi
ded half of a double tenant frame house, and
lot, in Shnrpsbnrgh. now occupied by Mrs.
Johnson. The uudivided half of several
lots facing on Stony Creek and the feeder.
In the 5th ward, two corner lots lacing on
Morris and Dlbert streets, containing a large
frame dwelling, with fruit and ornamental
trees. Sec, now occupied by David Divert.
SIXTY-FOUR LOTS, Situated on and
between Morris street and Stony Creek,
embracing the old Fair Ground. All of
these lots are .level, perfectly dry, and will
make most delightful garden spots and
On the South side of Morris street, and
between it and the rising ground, are
FORTY-EIGHT LOTS that ate level and
pood for houses. On Ihe side of the bill are
EIGHTY-TWO LOTS, varying iu width
ami length. A goodly pi rtion of these
have a rjmlle slope and from them may be
had a charming view of the Pennsylvania
Railroad, with Johnstown and its suburbs.
FOUR or more Lots, facing on and above
the township road leading South, embracing
'Dibcrt's Villa." bouse, barn, orchard,
spring, iS-c. Each lot will contain some
valuable fruit trees and two or more acres of
fjr- On many of the lots above enumerated
are shops ami tenements, which will be sold
with the ground upon which they stand.
Uponotheis are shops and tenements, he
longing to lessees, which can iu most in
stances be purchased from the owners if
TERMS REASONABLE! For further
information apply to David Dibert, John
Dibert. James Morley, Mahlon W. Keim,
John D. Knox.
Johnstown, April 2G. 18G0.4t.
0 Samuel S. Lilly, residing in Scinio.
Jennings county. State of Indiana, one of
the heirs and legal representatives of Samuel
D. Lilly, deceased.
Take notice, that an inquest will be held
at the late dwelling house of Samuel D.
Lilly, late of Munster township, Cambria
county. Pennsylvania, on Monday, the 30th
day of April next, at one o'clock in the af
ternoon of that day. fur the purpose of
making partition of the real estate of said
deceased, to and among bis children and
legal representatives, if the same can be
done without prejudice to or spoiling of the
whole, otherwise to value and appraise
the same, at which time and place you are
requested to attend, if yon think proper.
JAMES MYERS, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, EUtisburg,
April 5, lP'-.o.:it.
A WILD WESTEHX SCENIC
It "was a fine morning in August
when little Samuel Eaton, about
seven years old, was making a clam
in the brook that run beibre his
father's door. He was an only and
beautiful child, and his mother idol
ized him. There he was, with his
trowsers tucked up above his knees,
working like a beaver, his mother's
eyes rleainintr out from beneath his
sunburnt hair, and with some of his
father's strength, tugging a large
stone in the bed of the stream.
" Samuel you had better come
in, hadn't you ;"' said Hannah, in a
tone of half mother and half mate.
"Xo," Paid Samuel.
An acorn came floating down the
stream. The boy took it ui, looked
at it, was j deased and "reckoned"
in his mind there was plenty more
in the "irullv," and when his
mothers back was turned, off he
started for acorns.
The irorire of the mount into
which be was about to enter, had
been formed (the work of many cen
turies) by the attrition of the stream
he had just been playing in; and
walking on the level that bordered
each side of the water, he boldly
entered the ravine. An almost per
pendicular wall or band ascended on
each side to the height of one hun
dred feet, composed of rocks and
crags, fretted by decaj- and storm
into fantastic shapes and positions,
A few scattered bushes and trees
sought nourishment from the earth
that had fallen from the level above,
and accepting their substance and
the unseen surface of the rock, this
natural fort seemed inaccessible but
to bird and beast. About an eighth
of a mile from the entrance a cata
ract dosed the gorge, throwing up
its white veil of mist in seeming
guardianship of the spirit of waters.
The verdant boughs hamrino- over
the bank cast a deep gloom over
the bed below, while so lof'tv was
the distance, they seemed to grow
up to the sky. . Blue patches of
water were seen deepening between
Hannah mi.-sed her boy, but as
he had often wandered off into the
fields where his father was at work,
.-he concluded he must be there,
and checked coming fears with the
hope that he woidd return at the
dinner hour, when it came, neither
Josiah nor any of his men knew
where he was. Then the agitated
mother exclaimed :
"He's lost ! he's lost ! jly poor
boy will starve in the woods !"'
(lathering courage, she hastily
summoned the family around her,
and dispatched them all but her hus
band to search in different directions
in the neighboring forest. " Scour
every field you call yours and if you
can't find him, join me in the gorge."
"He wouldn't go into the gorge,
"He would go anywhere." She
knew not why but a presentment
that her boy had followed the course
of the stream dwelt strongly on her
" I can't find him, Hannah,' said
her husband, as he joined her at the
mouth of the gorge. An eagle llew
past the mother as she entered the
ravine. She thought to herself,
"the dreadful birds are tearing my
child to pieces;" and, frantic, she
hastened on, making the walls of
the ravine echo back her screams
for her offspring. The only answer
was the eternal thunder of the boil
ing cataract, which, as if in mockery
to her woe, threw its spray upon
her hot and throbbing temples.
She strained her eyes filled with
"Who but a woman can tell the
feeling of a woman's heart ? Fear
came thick and fast upon the reel
ing brain of Hannah. "Oh, my
boy ! my brave boy will die ! and
wringing her hands in agony she
sank at her husband's feet. The
pain of " hope deferred" had strain
ed her heart-strings to the utmost
tension, and it seemed as if the rude
hand of despair had broken them
all. The terrified husband threw
water in her pale face and strove by
all the art he knew to win her back
to life. At last she opened her lan
guid eyes, stared wildly around, and
rose trembling to her feet. As she
stood like a heart-broken Niobc,
" all tears," a fragment of rock
came tumbling down the opposite
bank. She looked up, she was her
self again, for half way up the as
cent stood her own dear bov
But even while the glad crv was ; slctT om 01 oatu twenty-lour is lime
issued from her lips it turned "into a --ot lt much more than
note of horror. " Oh, mercv, mer- ! lost ? w? (';m cll-'at ourselves, but
cv !" The era- on which the boy wu cannot cheat nature. A certain
stood projected from the rock m i n"ount of food is nece.-s.try for a
such a way as to hang about twelve ' healthy body, but if less than the
feet above' the bank' Hi-lit below :miolint Lo lnnushed, decay com
the edges of the crag, crouched a ! fences the very hour. It is the
panther. The bold vouth was aware ; same Wlth sleeP ' a"v "nc whoper
of the proximity of his parents, and : 51sts m al!,.wmg himself less than
the presence of hi.-? dangerous encmv I natnre requires will only hasten him
about the same time. ' He had roll- 6Cli to tho mai1 llou3e or t" tlie r-lv-ed
down the stone iu exultation, to j gvr A scholar, a bald nirmanJ a
convince his parents of the high po- j barber, travelling together, agreed
sition which he had attained, and he
stood with another in his hand,
drawing it back, and looking at them
as if to ask whether he should throw
it at the terrible animal before him.
Till then the mother stood immova
ble in her suspense ; but conscious
of the danger of her sou if he irri
tated the beast, she rushed sme
distance up the rock. Yet, with
the fearless mind of childhood, and
.. i - i:j1 l l l...
a lempci luue u.-eu ... conuo. i.
learlesslv threw the fragment with
all his might at the ferocious animal.
It struck one of his feet. He gave
a suuuen gioui, a.-aeu u... vwiu 4 jf wo h to-other,' said
liny, and seemed about to spr.ng. ; Frankli -Me shall' be hanged sepa
" Oct your rifle, Jo.iah : Ihe poor ! ratev - "
man stirred not. His wife leaped
from the stand, and placing her; 4 It appears to me, said a small
hand upon her husbands shoulders, ; apple-faced man, that they make
looked into his face and said : "Are j a f?rc-lt (al fu hout this man
von a man, .Tosiah Katon ? Do vou j Shakespeare ! I'd just like to know
"love your child V" He started as if; what it is all about! Why, if it
from sleep, and ran with furious' vvasn"t for his writings ho never
haste from the ravine. I "'ould have been heard of .'"
Again the mother looked toward ; Yor cax ik it with Kasi: (Ve.-).
her son. lie had fallen upon his j The following ingenious little en
knees, and was whispering the little '. igma is inscribed under the com
prayers which she had taught him, ! niandments, in the chancel of an old
not in cowardly fear, but a thought j church in England :
came across his mind that he must ; ri;sviivrKFCTMXVKKiriisi'i:riTN-.
die. The distracted mother could , .. ,
, , i i ; Onlv one letter is wanting to make
keep still no longer. She rushed '. , ,. , ,. .
fi . m .i i good I-nghsh of if.
UJ llie Mll'jl LIU Willi lilt I
ot eiesnair, reckh
of danger, j
thinking only of her son. The j are not dangerous unless they have
rocks crumbled and slipped beneath something in them. But when the
her feet, yet she fell not. On, on, j former are charge. 1 powdered,
she struggled in her agony. The ' wadded, and waterfall-capped they
furious creature paused a moment j should be handled with the greatest
when he heard her approach. True ; caution. In many instances it is
to his nature he sprang at the boy. ! dangerous to even look at them.
He barely touched the crag, and ; A fashionable but ignorant
fell backward just as Hannah as- ! v desirous of purchasing a watch
cended tho opposite side. " Ah " ; wa; silown a Vt.rv beautiful one, tho
said she laughing deliriously, " the i Rllopkeeper remarking that it went
panther must try it agam before he ; thirtv-six hours : 4 What, in on..
parts us my boy; but we won't j ,.IV -" w asked.
part.'' And sinking on her knees i " -111
before him, she fondlv folded him i (-" heM rah..-r uo 111 a
to her breast, bathing his young I railroad smash-up than a steamboat
forehead with tear,. " j tust-up, lor this reason : ' If you
Unaltered in his ferocity, and his j pts and smash"! -up. daryou is.
manner of gratifying it, the panther but l vou lts blowed on the boat,
again sprang from his position. This; 1?" ,n-
time he was more successful. His to;- Mrs. Partington asks very ;n
forehead struck upon the crag. "He ; dignantly, if the bills before Con
will kill us mother ! he will kill us ! j gress are not counterfeit, why there
and the boy nestled close to his should be so much difficulty in pass
mother's body. The animal strug- i ing them 1
gled to bring his bosom to the crag j true picture of despair is a
his savage features being a step j lr reaching through a hole in the
from the mother's face. " Go away, i t-en'ce to a (.al,bage that lies a lew
go away,' shrieked the mother, j jm.hes beyond his reach.
hoarse with horror, " vou shan't ; Tlir ' . , ,
. , - .... . 1 1 1 ie he is now railroad eommum-
have mv clnld. Closer, still closer , k v- ..1
, , . , lt . cation troni the -Northern cities to
he canie hisredevesriashinglury j Memphis, Yick-bm-o, Mobile and
and the thick panting ft his breath Xow 'o,.
came in her verv lace. At tins aw- i
ful moment she hears the faiut re- A t,rn V1' u'.gests us
port of fire arms coming from the
IUU Ol 1UU ill mo v Wllllllil 11 'ill lilt
o-ulf below the panther tails his
Lharp claws loosen from the rock,
m.d the batlled beast rolls down the
precipice at the feet of Josiah Eaton,
The sun's last rays gleamed on
the little group at the mouth of the
gorge. They w ere on their knees
VOL. 13 NO. 8.
the mother's hand raised over tho
i head of her eon and the voice of
prayer going to their guardian for
His mercy in thwarting the pan
Take care of your health and
take plenty of sleep. Let no ono
work in pain or weariness. When
a man is tired he should lie down
until he is fully rested, when, with
renovated strength the work will bo
better done, done sooner and with
j sell sustained alacrity. I he tune
! taken from seven to eicdit hours'
i t i i. ...
each to watch four hours at ni'dit
in turn, for the sake of
sec tint v.
The barber's lot came first, who
shaved the scholars head when a
sleep, then waked him when his
turn came. The scholar scratching
his head, and feeling it bald, ex
claimed: ' You wretch of a barber,
you have waked the bald man in
stead of me !'
AYiiEN signing the Declaration of
In(lei,en,ien(.0, Hancock said ' there
i . i- , .
must be no discord or pulling differ-
ent wavs : we must ail Lfor to-
j .l,,-,,. " '
Hoop-skirts, like gun-barre!s,
m ' p"''"- '""'o.-, uie pre-
j . - . . .
paratiun of a leat or two ,
' i:mil,-v ,vcord 1,jr l""ore..s.
J aw-1keakei:s. el-h -Man-
i favipwllgwyngyll. French 1 vu ob-
1 hejaquelein. Welsh has it.
! When is snow like truth 'L When
' it doe- n-t lie.
4 ! '