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flnnocrat mi Sentinel.
Ellison Downes, Associate Editor.
Bbikf Items. We have been suffering
, m a spell of really cold weather. Over
!at5 are not at all uncomfortable append-
up here on the mountains. Quite a
3".nbcr of City visitors have taken up
r':,rters at our hotels. They will find our
1 ,uv,u ami cnnl enoush. too. A
,-3 iv mail now runs between this place and
illtown. ,,Mine Il0St" BIa'r f tLe
ty n Hotel, is rejuvenating his house with
An ntire new coat of paint. Blair "knows
U .w t keep a hotel." Several interest
in., ,ir,es of Base Ball have been played
L-tl Ebensburg B. B. C, within the last
sf,k. Miles Upton, of the Brock port (X.
V ) B. B- C, an ardent lover of the noble
,sri 'acting as Umpire on the several oc-
ItLo Hiawatha D.B.C, of Kit
tling, played a match game with the
K'yt..ne B. B. CL.of Butler, on the grounds
,.f the latter. The Uiawauia wai iuc
vt. i e -JO. There's a bat "soaking" in Ebens-
.vr, fr the Hiawatha. Sam. Hassing2r,
ti'e '"gentlemanly clerk with Dr. Christy,
tp:n.l hw ancle severely, on last Satur
j.ir, while coming in on a "home run."
ll.v.R. C. Christy, who has been suffer
ing from Neuralgia of the heart, contracted
wlule he was in the service as Chaplain of
the 78th P. V., we are happy to say, is re
covering speedily. He had services on last
Advkutising. There arc comparatively
friv business nx-n who understand the art of
a!veitiMig. Sonw men advertise for a short
time after they commeuee business, and
think that is sufficient; others omit advertis
vz after they have established a flourishing
lu.-ine-s by its aid. From the moment a
Louse ce.ises to advertise, however large its
reputation and standing, it begins to decline.
The changes are so rapid in this country,
the public mind-is so constantly occupied by
new ap licants for its attention, that to be
cut "f the papers, where everybody seeks in-
i. .u.m on every stibject.is to be forgotten.
77. e press is daiy YHKiir.g a necessity, and
and its usefulness as an advertising medium
is as constantly increasing. No man is
vis-e r just to himself, uhj undertakes to
do bu.-iness without availing himself of jt3
A blacksmith would be looked upon as
fViish, if he were to j.ile coal upon his forge,
-.ia ne;!oct to blow. The merchant who
fills his store, or th3 tradesman who opens
Lis shop, and fails to keep the fact before
v.l .iop!e, is equally short-sighted. The
tM.It' may come but it wiU k tov indeed.
IV tin and doing ; show people that you are
at wurk striving to succeed, and we war
rant you hard times will never knock very
Vng or very loud at your door. Prov idence
lilps thoic who help themselves, and the
Lrt crops come from the best tilled fields
SiLi'ir.us' Bounty Bill Passed. "We
are gratified to learn that the Bill equalizing
S ildier's Bounties has at last become a law,
rutwitl-standing the efforts of the uegro
loving radicals to defeat it.
It appears that this Bill was tacked on the
Bill increasing the pay of members of Con
gress from $3,000 a year to $5,000 a year
aul the Democrats and Conservative Re
publicans would have defeated that measure,
if the radicals had not consented to do jus
tice to our returned Soldiers, by equalizing
their U wdes.
The following definition of the rights of
wuiii-n, is given in a Vermont paper : "To
luve I.ijt lord with a!l her heart, and her
ha'j a-, herself and to make good bread."
Ti e women of this vicinity differ from those
cf Vermont in one respect: They insist on
buying all their Dry Goods and Groceries at
V. S. barker's Store.
Tax os Smoke. The "act to protect the
revenue, and for other purposes," the only ' and prompt, and very succcesful in col
taritY mea&ure adopted by Gngress before j lections of this kind. His posloffice ad
is adjournment went into effect August dress is Ebensburg, Ua. We feel satis
lst. The first section raises the duty on cot- j fied that an pcrson3 entrusting their claims
ten trcm arjroaa riom two tuto ihie 1 t - i, , .. .
in Ins hands will receive prompt attention,
ants a pound, to correspond with the ex- j .
iif; or internal tax on our own cotton. It j Frksh Fish will hereafter be received at
also raises the duty on Havana and other I IIarry Wilson's Cheap Store, in the hall of
t . , ,. , , . i McDonald's brick building, on Thursday of
foreign cigars to three dollars a pound, (net oach wect We ftre now"b in ,arw
i. . . i . , r. i j j '
"iiii; auu uiiv per ceui. uix luivicm iu
t-h? foreign invoice value, and port and ship
I'f? charges and freight and commissions
addrj. TLe same charges by the ninth sec
tl( n cf the act, are to be be added to all for
importations where the duties are made
c& the ud valorem, or specific and ad valorem
aii.,iaed. The act also levies additional
dut,es, equal to the internal tax on spirits, I
on "all compounds or preparations cf which
distilk d tpirits is a component part or chief
Tui: Croi's. As we advance into the sum
tucr, the reports of the prospects of the
""4'S in ail parts of the country become
'titr and better. Throughout the United
tatca there will be a bountiful yield of
Jj'arly ever) thing planted, whilst of the ce
rjs, wheat will produce a full average
''' ill, and corn will make the largest crop
tver yet grown in the country;
THE BOUNTY BILL.
The following is the bill to equalize the
bounties of soldiers and sailors who serv
ed in the late war against the rebellion,
as it finally passed both Houses of Con
gress: Section 1. Be it enacted, $c., That to
each and every soldier who has enlisted
into the army of the United States after
the 19th day of April, 18C1, for a period
of not less ttian three years, and having
served his enlistment, has been honorably
discharged, and who has received, or is
entitled to receive from the United States,
under existing laws, a bounty of one hun
dred dollars and no more, and that any
such soldier enlisted for not less than
three years, who has been honorably dis
charged on account of wounds received
in the line of duty, and the widow, mi
nor children or parents in the order nam
ed of any such soldier who died in the
service of the United States, or of disease
or wounds contracted while in the service
and in the line of duty, shall be paid the
additional bounty of one hundred dollars
Si:e. 2. That to each and every soldier
who was enlisted into the army of the
United States after the l!)th of April
18G1, during the rebellion, fur a period of
not less than two years, and who is not
included in the foregoing section, and has
been honorably discharged therefrom af
ter servinn two years, and who has re
ceived or is entitled to receive from the
United States, under existing laws, a
bounty of fifty dollars and no more ; and
any soldier enlisted for less than two
years, who has been honorably discharged
on account of wounds received in the line
of duty, and the widow, minor children
or parents, in the order named, of any
such soldier who died in the United States,
or of disease or wounds contracted
while in the service of the United States,
and in the line of duty, shall be paid the
additional bounty of fifty dollars hereby
authorized : Provided, That any soldier
who has bartered, sold assigned, trans
ferred, loaned, exchanged or given away
his final discharge papers, or any inter
est in the bounty provided by this or any
other act of Congress, shall not be enti
tled to receive any additional bounty
whatever ; and when any application is
made by any soldier for said bounty, he
shall be required, under the pains and
jK-nalties of perjury, to make oath or af
firmation of his identity, and that he has
not so uaneroi, oH, noo.gr!, transferr
ed, exchanged, loaned or given away,
either his discharge papers or any interest
in any bounty as aforesaid ; and no claim
for such bounty shall be entertained by
the Paymaster General or other accoun
ting or disbursing officer, except upon re
ceipt of the claimant's discharge papers,
accompanied by the statement under oath,
as by this section provided.
rules and regulations as may be prescri
bed by the Secretary of War, to cause to
be examined the accounts of each and
every soldier who makes application there
for, and if found entitled thereto, pay said
Sk 4. And be it further enucted, That
in the reception, examination and settle
ment and payment of claims for said ad
ditional bounty, due the widows or heirs
of deceased soldiers, the accounting offi
cers of the Treasury shall be governed by
restrictions prescribed by the Paymaster
General by the Secretary of War, and
the payment shall be made in like man
ner, under the direction of the Secretary
of the Treasury.
Cy We would call the attention of our
patrons, the public " in general, and dis
charged soldiers in particular, to the fact
that our townsman, George W. Oatman,
Esq., Attorney at Law, and Licensed
Claim Agent, is prepared to collect Boun
ty for all persons entitled thereto under
"e foregoing Act. He is trustworthy
. . , - ' .
plies of ice and small supplies of fish, to
that the fish reach us as fresh and pure as
they appear iu the Philadelphia Market.
Ebensisuug, August 9, 18G6. Flour,
$13 to $14 per barrel; Corn, $1 per
bushel; Deans, $1.25 to $2; liutter, 23c
Ier pound ; Eggs, 20c per dozen ; Flax
seed, $2.50; Timothyseed, $3,50; Clo
verseed, $8 ; Coffee, 33 and 35c per lb. ;
Molasses, 90c per gallon ; Syrup, $1.25
and $1.70 ; Brown Sugar 14 and 18 cts.
per pound ; White, 20 to 22c ; llice, 15
cents ; Wool, 50 cents per pound.
On the 17th uit., in Loretto, by Rev. T.
Reynolds, Mr. Felix Beck, to Miss Alice
Maquire. all of Loretto.
On Saturday morning, August 4th, Mrs.
Elizabeth J. StahJ, aged about SO years.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That j will expose at puDiic sale, at mc notei oi
i . .i i , i I fjpnrrrn Wsnirnath. in the horniifrh of Wil-
in me paymcni oi me auuuionai Douniy - V , i V- , , i .
, tic . i ii i .i i . I more, on Monday, the 2 th day of August
herein provided for, it shall be the duty , . ' . f i i t xr e n ;
. ' ' t i I next, at one o'clock, P. M., the following
oi the Paymaster Leneral. under such : ... ,.r .i,:i. v .in, n j;a
WASTED. S27.GO per day.
I GENTS wanted, ladies and gentiemen.in
il every County in the United States, to sell
the Ink Powders of the American Iok Com
pany. The powder sells for forty cents per
package, and will make ink enough to fijll
fifty bottles of the size usually retailed at
ten cents per bottle. A smart agent can sell
a gross of it every day, and clear $27.60.
The ink can be made from the powder in
three minutes in common boiling water. It
is a perfect black ink, the best in the world.
It flows easily, does not corrode the pen a
particle, never gums up, is rot injured by
freezing, and its color will last forever.
Every family in America will buy it, as a
package vill last a family for j-ears, and ink
can be made in smill quantities as wanted.
With each gross we s;nd a thousand circu
lars, with testimonials from clergymen, law
yers, teachers, merchants, commercial col
leges, editors. &c, and the agent's name on
the bills. Only one persoa will be made
agent for a county. The first one sending
$30 for a gross of the powder will receive it
by return express, together with one thou
sand circulars and the right to sell in the
county he or she designates. If others send
fur the same county, the money will be re
turned to them fre of expense. To make
sure, one had better designate several coun
ties, either of which he or she will take.
Send for trade list and circulars if you dare
ruu the risk of waiting, or send the money
for a gross. Letters addressed to the Mayor,
Postmaster, cashiers of the banks, or the ex-pre.-s
agents of this city, will show that the
business is honorably and squarely conduct
ed. An Ink Powder will be sent by mail
to any address, free of charge, on receipt of
Address, writing yoar name, town, coun
ty and State distinctly,
AMERICA X INK COMPANY,
Manchester X. II.
THOMAS YV. LANG.
Clerk for the Company and Special Agent.
July 12. 1806.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from
Xervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all
the affects of youthful indiscretion, will, for
the sake of suffering humanity, send free to
all who need it, the receipt and directions
for making the simple remedy by which he
was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by
the advertiser's experience, can do so by
No. 13 Chambers St., Xew York.
Feb. 1st, 1866. ly.
f 1 Pnn PER YEAH! We want Agnt.s eve
rt dllll ry where to sell our IMPROVED $20
Sewing Machines. Three new kinds. Un
der and upper feed. Ssut on trial. War
ranted five years. Above salary or large
commissions paid. The Only machines
sold in the United States for less than $40
which are fully licensed by Howe, Wheeler
SrWUn. Grocer $r Baker, Singer S,- Co..
and Iiachihler. All other cheap machines
are infringements and the seller or user are
liable iu arrest, fine and imprisonment.
Illustrated circulars sent free. Address,
or call upon Shaw & Clark, at Biddeford,
Maine, or Chicago, 111. May 31. 18G6.-ly
Orphans' Court Sale.
Y virtue of an alias order of the Orphans'
Court of Cambria county, the undersigned
A certain piece or parcel of land, situate
in Summerhill twp., Cambria co., (being the
south end of the tract of which it is a part.)
beginning at a post, a coiner of land of
John Piummer, and Patrick M'Dunn,' thence
west by line of land of said McDunn, 135
perches to a post; thence north by line of
land of Patrick McCormick 55 perches to a
post; thence through the tract of which it
is a part, east 135 perches to stones; thence
by lard of John Piummer south 55 perches
to the place of beginuing; containing forty
six acres and sixty-five perches, be the same
more or less.
Teems of Sale : One half on confirma
tion thereof, and the retidue in one yeai
thereafter, with interest, to be secured by
the judgment bonds and mortgage of pur
chaser. CATIIARIXE CONNELLY,
July 2C,,C6.-3t. Executrix.
Orpliaiih' Court Sale.
BY virtue of an alias order of the Orphans'
Court of Cambria county, the undersigned,
will expose to sale by public vendue or out
cry, at the Court House, in the Borough of
Ebensbur:, on Saturdaj', the 25th day of
August next, at one o'clock, P. M., the fol
lowing real estate of which John Rees, late
of Blacklick township, died seized, viz :
A certain tract piece or parcel of land,
situate in Cambria township, Cambria coun
ty, a 'joining lands of Jacob Campbell, Mc
Donald and others, now in the possession of
David Roes, containing fifty acres, more or
less, about 15 acres of which are cleared,
and thereon erected a hewed log house, and
a log stable or barn, being premises No. 3,
mentioned and described in the inquisition
on the real estate of the said John Rees,
deceased, mirdn pursuant to proceedings in
Teems of Sale One half of the purchase
money to be paid on confirmation of sale,
and the residue in one year thereafter, with
interest, to be secured by the bond and
mortgage of the purchaser.
July 26. 186G.-3t Administrator.
Estate of John Dougherty, Deceased,
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION oa
the estate of John Dougherty, late of
Chest township, Cambria county, Penn'a.,
deceased, having been granted to the under
signed, by the Register of said county, all
persons indebted to said deceased are re
quested to make payment, and those having
claims are hereby notified to present them
properly authenticated for settlement. (
CATHARINE DOUGHERTY, Adm'x.
Chest township, June 28, l866.-6t. t
A MONTH ! Agents wanted for six
entirely new articles, just out. Adress
O. T. OAREY. City Building, Biddeford.
Me. May 31, 18GC.-ly.
Ilostetter'a Stomach Bitters.
Man wants a tonic no uncommon want
And every year and month brings forth a
Which, after cramming the gazettes with
The age discovers to be not the true one.
Of such as these h t their concoctors vannt,
I'll sing the bitters that have credit due
The world's great Tonic, which no skill can
I mean the matchless BITTERS of IIOS
TETTER. Doctors were living long before old Galen,
And since, exceeding learned, grave and
But the stomachics they were bound to fail
Success came not until this later age,
iNow is the era sick folks are made hale in.
And dread dyspepsia driven from the
Agues, remittents, headaches real head-
. 1 : : i
Vanish like smoke before IIOSTETTER'S j
Uerbs, barks and roots compose the rare in- j
No mineral poison mars their juices pure.
And Rye's mud essence holds them m so
lution. The taste is pleasant, the effect is sure,
Ne'er have the Litters proved a delusion;
Try them in time, and health and strength
The dragon-slayer figures ou the label.
And they, like him, to save the weak arc
LOVE AND MATRIMONY.
Ladies and gentlemen, if you wish to
marry, address the undersigned, who will
tend you, without money and without price,
valuable information that will enable you
to marry happily and speedily, irrespective
of age, wealth, or beauty. This informa
tion will cost j'ou nothing, and if you wish
to marry, I will cheerfully assist you. All
letters strictly confidential. The desired in
formation sent by return mail, and no re
ward asked. Address
SARAH B. LAM3ERT.
Oreenpoiut, Kiags Co., Xew York.
The advertiser, having been restored to
health in a few weeks by a very simple
remedy, after having suifered for several
years with a severe lung affection, and that
dread disease, Consumption is anxious to
make known to his fellow-suELrers the
menus of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy
of the prescription used (free of charge)
with the fiirections fur preparing and using
the same, which they will find a sure c ure
for Cossumption, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and Lung
Affections. The only object of the adverti
ser in sending the Prescription is to benefit
the afflicted, and spread information which
he conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes
every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will
cost them nothing, and may prove a bless
ing. Parties wishing the prescription, free,
by return mail, will please address
liEV. EOlVAUU A. W1LSU.N,
Williamsburg, Kings Co , New York
Feb. 1, 18CG.ly.
STRANGE, BUT TRUE.
Every young lady and gentleman in the
United States can hear something very
much to their advantage by return mail (free
of charge,) by addressing the undersigned.
Those having fears of being humbugged will
oblige by not noticing thirf card. All others
will please address their obedient servant,
THOS. F. CHAPMAN,
831 Broadway, New York.
Feb. 1 18CG. ly.
WANTED. AGENTS $75 to $200 PER
MONTH for gentlemen, and $35 to $75
for ladies, everywhere, to introduce the Cel
ebrated Common Sense Family Sewing Ma
chine, improved and perfected. It will hem,
fell, stitch, quilt, bind, braid and embroider
beautifully. Price only $20,. making the
elastic lock stitch, and fully warranted for
three years. We pay the above wges or a
commission, from which twice that amount
can be made. Address with stamp, or call
on C. BOWERS Ar CO., Salesrooms, No.
255 South FIFTH street, Philadelphia. Ta.
All letters answered promptly, with circu
lars and terms. May 31, 186G.-4t.
Valuable Farm for Sale.
THE subscriber offers at Private Sale, th
farm on which he now resides, situated
If miles East of Wilmore Borough, Cambrii
Co. Pa., containing about
190 A'-rcj, 100 of which are in a good stale
of cultivation and under good fence.
The balance is well timbered. A larg
Frame Burn, a Dwelling lloubo, and twe
Teuant Houses are erected thereon; also
Wagon Shed andother out-buildings. Theri
is a young Apple Orchard of 250 tree
bearing choice fruit. The farm is well water
ed. In the farm-yard flows a uevcr-foilin,
fountain. The soil is excellent. Sixty acre
of new land are now under grass. For fur
ther information, apply cn the premises.
July 14,'GG-tf. Wilmore, Pa
Lash's Five Dollar Washing Machine.
IS now offered to the public as the cheapest
simplest and most efficient Washing Ma
chine in the country.
The exclusive right for the sale of this
machine in jour own State or County, can
be secured by applying soon at our store.
727 Maiket street, Philadelphia, Pa.
J. S. LASH, & CO. .
Also, the best Clothes Wringer in the
Market, Wholesale and Retail.
GtJ- A very liberal discount to country
merchants and dealers generally.
May 31, 1866.-4t.
BALLAGHER'S MAGICAL HAIR OIL,
and VEGATABLE OIL SOAP, for sale
at the lioofc fetore
Fb. 22, 18C6.
1866. PROSPECTUS 16GC.
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WELSH Sc ROBB.
430 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Main street, between Franklin and Clinton,
North side, JOI1XSTOWX, PA.
HAS constantly on hand a large and well
selected stock of seasonable
BIT eGODS 41 GROCERIES.
His stock conists of almost every article
usually kept in a retail store, all of which
have been selected with care aud are offered
at prices which cannot fail to prove satisfac
tory. Call and examine for yourselves.
Nov. 16. 1865.6m.. II. WALTERS.
CORNER GROCERY STORE.
THOMAS & WMYBR, !
Comer of Main and Franklin S tro ts,
17 EE PS constantly ou hand a
Country Produce, c together with Spices,
Pickles, Preserved Fruits, Diied Fruits,
Tobacco, Cigars, vc., all of which will be
examine our stock. Nov. lc, lSGo.iy.
Juse 7, 18GG
M ... ,. . -
520 Arch Slrcc, PUlladelphia,
FINE GOLD JEWELRY,
fif,riOi? (Snrifwnrrft '"V '
t t .1 , ib
and superior SILVER PLATED WARE, at
Reduced Trices. Maicn Z'J, leoo.dm.
SEALER in FRESH FISH. DRIED and
CANNED FRUITS, RIPE FRUITS, and
EARLY VEGETABLES, together with oth
er articles, can be found in the Hall of Mc
Donald's brick building on the coiner of
High and Centre streets. It is his inten
tion to receive FKESII FISH on Thursday
of each week. Canned Fruits always ou
hand, and Early Vegetables received three
or four times each week, fresh from tho
Philadelphia market. June 28, 1866.
VALUA3LE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
THE STORE HOUSE and DWELLING
HOUSE situate in Chest township. Cam
bria county, formerly occupied by JOSEPH
GILL, together with ONE ACRE of LAND,
in a good state of cultivation and well sup
plied with choice fruit, is offered for sale.
The buildings are good ; the property is
in an excellent location for mercantile or
other business, and is offered at a very low
price. Possession given immediately.
For further information inquire of or ad
dress JOHN G. GILL, at Glen Connell.
convenient to the premises, who is authori
zed to sell the same.
May 31, 18'36.-tf.
ON the 27th of July, between Ebensburg
and St. Augustine, a small Pocket Mem
orandum Book. It contained several ac
counts and notes on different perrons. Also,
on or about the 13th of July, cue Silver
Cased Lancet and Thumb Lancet in same
case. The finder or finders will be liberally
rewarded by sending or leaving one or all of
the articles where I can get them.
J. J. KKISE, M.D.
St. Augustine, Aug. 2, 1866.
Colwell & Levergood vs. John B. Fife, el.
al. In the Court cf Common Pleas of Cam
bria county. No. 32, March Term, le66,
July 11th, 18CG. On motion of C. L.
Pershing, the Court appoint John F. Barnes,
Esq., Auditor, to distribute the funds in the
hands of the Sheriff, arising from the sale of
Defendant's real estate, to and among those
entitled thereto. By the Court.
G. C. K. ZAHM, ProVy.
I will sit for the purpose of attending to
the dutks of the above appointment at my
office in the borough of Johnstown, on Mon
day, the 20th day of August, 18CG, com
mencing at the hour of two o'clock, p. m.,
and all persons having claims against said
fund are hereby required to present the same
or be forever debarred from coming in upon
. JOHX F. BARXES,
July 2G, 18CC.-3t Auditor,
TO John Williams of llolliday&burg, Blair
1 county, Pa., Caroline Coixh of Oil City,
Venango co., Pa. .Martha Walker of Turkey
foot twp., Blair co., Ann Davis, widow, and
Amelia Davis, (children of the said Ann
Esther, Joseph, George, John, Mary and
Uavisj all oi le Clair, dcott co., Iowa,
heirs and legal representatives of Joseph
Williams, late of Cambria twp., Cambria
Take notice that an inquest will be held
at the late dwelling house of Joseph Wil
liams, dee'd, in Cambria twp.. Cambria co..
Pa., on Monday the Gth day of August next,
at lo clock, in the afternoon of that day
for the purpose of making partition of the
real estate of said deceased, to and among
his 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
phice you are requested to attend, if you
JAMES MYERS, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office. Ebensburg,
July 12, 18GG.4t. (
IpHE undersigned having been appointed
1 Auditor by the Orphans' Court of Cam
lr a county, to distribute the money in the
hands of Michael Dunnegan, Administrator
of Philip Smith, deceased, upon his second
and final account, hereby gives notice that
he v. ill attend to the duties of said appoint
ment at bis office in the borough of Ebens
burg, on Friday, the Third day of August
next, at one o'clock, P. M., when and
where all persons interested may a' tend.
WM. U. SECHLER,
July 10, 1SG6.-St Au litor.
HUE undersigned having been appointed
i Auditor by the Orphan's Court of Cam
bria county, to distribute the raoiiey in the
bauds of John Rager, administrator of the
estate of Jacob Rager, deceased, hereby
gives notice that he will attend to
to the duties of said appointment
at his office in Ebensburg. on Saturday, tho
4th day of August next, at one o'clock,
Y. M., when and where all persons interest
ed may attend.
JOHN E. SCANLAX,
July IP, 18GG.-3t. Auditor.
IX the Court of Common Picas of Cambria
county. In the matter of the petition of
John Teafel, to have Lis uame changed to
Aud now, July 11, 16C6. The Court
having fully considered the petition of John
Teaful,do decree that the name of J .hn
Teaful be chanced to John Harvey, and do
further order that the notice of this decree
be published for four successive weeks iu the
"Democrat & Sentinel," a Newspaper pub
lished in Cambria county.
19, 18GG.-4t By the Court.
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