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gtmwrat anfc Sentinel, v
W.'H. M'ENRUE. Editor 5t Publisher.
JEBENSBURG, NOV. 15, ::::::::: 1866.
All Sh Over.
The elections are over and Radicalism
has triumphed. The base and unprinci
pled means resorted to by our antagonist?,
lias yielded to them a glorious victory.
One which if gained in an honorable man
ner, and by a party which had the interest
of the country . at heart, would cause
manifold rejoicing throughout the land ;
but, alas 1 the party which is now domi
nant Is destined to enact scenes of the
most ignornlnous character. A. Governor
in all of the wealthy States ; Congressmen
from Districts where the majority of the
people are willing to mortgage their prop
erty in order io accomplish ihcir nefarious
designs. Oh, liberty ! thou art a jewel
not to be trifled with ; not to be contami
nated ; not to be easily overturned by a
rascally pack of hell-born in grate?..
' The right?, liberties ann privileges of the
people are now placed in the hands of
Radicals. Deep and damning guilt will
mark the course of these nigger loving
officials. Instead of the former laws,
enacted by patriots and eminent statesmen,
this motley group of filth and corruption
will make laws more oppressive, more
offensive, than prevailed in any of the
European Kingdoms under the reign of
the most abject despots.
Odd effect of the result oflhe late
election in Maryland, as the Baltimore Sun
remark?, is to relieve the Radical leaders
of that State of the necessity for further
duplieityin regard to negro sufFage. Un
til a few months ago, when they found
tiie current of public opinion running
strongly against them on that subject, they
thought not of making any pretence of a
want of sympathy with the most ultra
" equality " ideas of the radical majority
in Congress ; but seeing the danger which
threatened them, and wishing to perpetu
ate their power in the State for the very
purpose of ultimately forcing that doctrine
upon the people suddenly turned and made
a bold and formal declaration of there
being no issue of negro suffrage between
them and their opponents. The thing
was too well understood, however, and
availed them nothing. The radical poli
ticians have been defeated in the State,
and now, having no other resource, and
looking, probably to the agency of a cen
tralizing Congress to give them power
where the honest people will not, they
begun to talk of the impolicy and. wrong
of a "restriction of franchise" the very
thing they so lately entirely relied upon
for the maintenance of their arbitrary and
O.p Tnis Kind ark They Made Ur".
Gen. W, W. U. Davis, editor of the
Doylstown JemXrat, gives the following
piece of history of a Radical candidate for
Congress, in New York. Truly of this
kind is tie Itedical p.trty made up :
" We notice that Charles II. Van
Wyck, of New Y&rk lias ien nominated
for Congress in the Madison district, in
that State, by the Radical. Charley is
a clever fellow. Wo know hurt well.
His regiment, the 26th New York, was
in our brigade a good while, and we w ere
his commanding officer. Oa the marcu
of the army up the Peninsula he was the
hero of the following episode, which we
relate for the benefit of his friends. The
day we encamped at Roper's Church, the
Colonel did not reaeli camp with his regi
ment, and he was so much behind time
that fears were entertained that he had
fallen into the hands of the enemy, lie
joined us late in the day. Instead of
being mounted on his war-horse, he came
into camp driving two huge oxen hitched
to a country wagon, which was loaded
with corn meal and divers other articles
whteh he had picked up on the way. He
was not allowed to enjoy his plunder long,
for as soon as Gen. McClellan heard of
the transaction he caused the Colonel to
be arrested for pillaging. We think the
Torch and Turpentine party made a good
nomination when they placed the Colonel
before the people for Congress."
The election in Missouri was a
most disgraceful farce wherever Radical
ism had control. Everything black,
white and convict was allowed to cast
Kadaeai ballots, whereas the most respecta
ble and upright Conservatives were dis
franchised upon the most frivolous pre
texts, and, in hundreds of instances, driven
by murderous treatment from the polls.
It has bsea proven that the radicals acted
More lik devils thsu mn.
Thanksgiving Proclamation. -
Whereas, It hath been the good and
worthy custom of the Commonwealth to
set apart, annually, a day for the special
acknowledgment of the goodness of the
Almighty, and for . expressing, by the
whole people,, at one time and with a
common voice, the thanks and praise which
throughout the year are springing from the
hearts of men ; therefore,'
I, Andrew G. Ccrtin, Governor of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, do,
by this my Proclamation, recommend that
the good people of the Commonwealth
observe Thcrsdat, the 29th day of No
vember next, as a day of Thanksgiving
and Prayer, and do then assemble in their
respective churches and place of worship,
and make their bumble thank offering to
Almighty God for all His blessings during
the past year.
For the abundant gathered fruits of the
For the thus far continued activity of
For the general preservation of Health ;
And especially for that in His divine
mercy he hath stayed the threatened Pes
tilence. And, moreover, that.they do beseech
Him to continue unto us all His blessings,
and to confirm the hearts of the people of
these United estates, that by the lawful
force of their will, deeds of good, justice,
wisdom and mercy may be done.
Given under my hand and the great seal
of the State, at Harrisburg, this twenty
ninth day of October, in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-Bix, and of the Commonwealth
By the Governor :
Em Slifer, Sec'y Cora'w'th.
The Late Elections. New York is
claimed for Fenton, Radical, by 5,000 a
loss of 3,283 on 1864. It is probable
that three Conservative Members of Con
gress have been gained. New York city
gave Hoffman 46,425 & Democratic
gain over 1864 of 9,935. This gain was,
however, overcome in the counties which
had been colonized by the Radicals.
Maryland is carried by the Conserva
tives. Baltimore gives 1,600 Conserva
tive majority. Four out of five members
of Congress have been elected a gain of
three. The Conservatives have swept the
whole State, and carry everything. Dem
ocrats and Conservatives, united, will
have in the next Legislature 15 Senators
to 9 Republicans, and the House will stand
55 Democrats to 25 Republicans, a clear
majority on joint ballot of 36. New
Jersey has probably gone Radical, through
the returns are not sufficient to determine.
Delaware is Democratic to the core
Governor and everything else having been
Massachusetts is Radical as usual. Bui
lock has been re-elected.
Banks and Butler have been elected.
Mitchell and Walker, the colored Radi
cals, have been elected to the Legislature.
Returns from Illinoi?, Wiscon&in, Min
nesota, Missouri, Vermont, Connecticut,
and Kansas are meagre, but may be
counted as having gone Radical, as usual.
In the 4th District, New York, Gree
ley is defeated for Congress. In the 6th
District, Mrs. Cady Stanton received three
The Germans of New York cast their
vote solid for the Democracy.
A. J. Rogers is reported defeated for Con
gress in New Jersey, and John Hogan in
Fornet on Maryland The dead
duck wrote from Washington City, on the
4th instant, as follows : "Yesterday's ex
perience justifies the hope and . sanctions
the prediction that Maryland may hence
forth bo classed and held as one of the
sternest Republican States of America.
Nothing can stay the progress or prevent
the fulfilment of the Radical triumph."
The election event of the Gth not justi
fying this confident prediction of that
defunct and well-stuffed ornithological
specimen, he found it necessary to fix it
up as follows, on the 7th :
"The hope of victory in Maryland sprang
entirely from the admirable manner in
which the Radicals had counteracted the
intrigues of Swann ard his partisans in the
city of Baltimore. We will not insult
them by condolence ; rather let us hail the
spirit with which they have risen from
their defeat, and unfurled the banner of
In other words, the Rads went out to
shear and got shorn. Good for them.
They attempted to disfranchise the loyal
majority of the people, but failing, have
now declaired openly for negro suffrage.
This shows, conclusively, that the Radi
cals of Baltimore (of whom three are less
than six thousand) are almost entirely
made up of Yankees and Northerners, of
the old Abolition persuasion With all
the power of the State in their hands once
more, the people of Maryland will no
longer submit to the lawless tyranny of
Forney's traitors. With or without the
"banner of impartial suffrage," the rascalsJ
will never smell the flesh-pots more.
Thank God and a Utile pluck for that
Let us pray for more of both these bles
sings. The Chambersburg Repository gives
th .following "probable Tote" for United
State Senator : Curtin29 ; Cameroa 11 ;
Stevens 7 ;. Crrow 7 ; Doabrftl SO.
Its Mission Ended. The mission of
the Republican party was.4o destroy Blave;
ry. It had not another idea or principle.
Its mission has been fulfilled and its pur
pose accomplished. The death of slavery
was the death of that party. There never
was gathered within its. folds a sufficient
number of men of decided ability to enti
title it to be regarded, as a great national
party. The materials were too incongru
ous to Insure that cohesioa which would
secure harmony of counsel and unity of
action, after the primal necessity of its
creation had passed away. False issues
and the love of plunder are the only bonds
which now cement or bind its members
together. True, there is a wing of the
party who, under the false pleaof d.orish
ing a spirit of the highest civilization, that
seeks to mould its ideas of negro equality
into the practical institutions of the coun
try. Universal suffrage is the watchword.
No matter how ignorant, or degraded, or
unprepared by educational advantages, the
blade man must hold the ballot To this
end everything seems to be tending. The
only hope left the country the only bow
of promise which spans the political hori
zon is the evidence afforded by the re
cent elections of the existence of a very
largo conservative element in all the States
of the Union. It i3 to the conservatives
of America we must look for these wise
and prudent measures of national policy
to reconstruct the Union and perpetuate
the institutions of the land. llepvLlic.
Christ ie Van Poole, who died at
his residence in Half-Moon township,
Center county, Pa., on the 22d ult., was
probably the oldest man in the State,
being born on the Gth day of June, 1754,
and was consequently 112 year?, 4
month, and 10 days old. He assisted to
cut and carry the poll to which was fas
tened the first copy of the Declaration of
Independence, made public in Philadel
phia, and through the entire Revolution,
drove his father's team, hauling provisions,
clothing, &c, for the "rebel" troops. At
the time of his death he was as sprighty
as many a man of sixty-five both men
tally and physically, and could describe
events which transpired a century since,
under bis own observation, with a correct
ness that was surprising.
Butler. A Richmond paper says this
of Ben. Butler: "Talk about pelting
Butler with sweet, mellow apples ! Why,
he ought to thank God that he was not
crushed beneath damaged buzzard eggs
and overwhelmed by a ship-load of spoilt
fish and live skunks !" For paying it,
however, it gets particular fits from the
radical press, and no doubt all the South
ern StateB will be kept out of the Union
three months longer in consequence. Ben.
is a sacred personage. If not akin to
royalty which is supposed to be born
with a silver spoon in its mouth he has
spoons enough anyhow.
3 It is said that the apple which was
shied at B.F. Butler in the City Park on
Saturday last, when he was endeavoring to
address a Radical meeting, was one that
grew upon the veritable "soul apple tree"
upon which he is anxious to hang Jeff.
Davis. Curses. ' lika littlo' chicken?,
sometimes do come home to roost !
Accident. On Monday night last a
wheel of the local freight train going west
broke in the neighborhood of Bell,s Mills,
and James Manealie, a brakeman, was
almost instantly killed. Deceased resi
ded in Altoona, and leaves a wife and
three small children.
ear Rev Chas. B. Smyth gave his
views of marriage and divorce at the Coo
per Institute, New" York, on Sunday even
ing, lie thought the only penalty for
adultery was the death of the guilty par
ties. S3- A Washington dispatch announces
that "the President has appointed Hon.
George Ilillard, the eminent lawyer and
author to be U. S. District Attorney for
Massachusetts, in place of Hon. Richard
II. Danna, resigned.
Dr. i?cnt.NCK's Mandbajee Pili.s. These
Pills are composed of various roots, having
the power te relax the secretions of the liver
as promptly and effectually as blue pill or
mercury, and without producing any of those
disagreeable or dangercus effects which often
follow the use of the latter.
In all biilious disorders, these Pills may
be used with confidence, as they promote
the discharge of of vitiated bile, and remove
those obstructions from the liver and biiliarv
ducts, which are the cause of billious a flec
tions in general.
Schetick's Mandrake Tills cure sick head
achP. and all disorders of the liver, indicated
by saii.ow skin, coatod tongue, costivenes-
drowsine&s, and a general feeling of weari
ness and lassitude, showing that the liver is
in a torpid or obstructed condition.
In short, these jiillsmay be used with ad
vantage in all case5 when a purgative or
alterative medicine is required.
.. Please observe, when purchasing, that
the two likenesses of the Doctor one when
itithe lasC stage of Consumption, and the
other as he now is, in perfect health are on
the Government stamp.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers, price
$1.60 per bottle, or $7.50 the half dozen.
All letters for advice should be addressed to
Dr.Schenck's Principal Office, No. 15 North
6th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.,
General Wholesale Agents: Demas
Barnes Co. N. Y. ; S. S. Hance, Baltimore,
Md.; John D. Parke, Cincinnati, Ohio;
Walker Taylor, Chicago, 111.; Collins
Bros.. St. Louis, Mo.
.Oct. 18. IBM. r. e. m. 1 yr.
By virtue of sundry writs of Vend Ex
pon. issued out of the Court of Common PIas
i ot Cambria county, and to me directed, there
will be exposed to public sale, at the Court
Ilouse.'ln Ebensburjr. on MONDAY, the
ba aof ot DLUEAIBER next, at 1 o'clock,
p. m., the following Real Estate, to wit :
All the right, title and icterest of Silas
Byrne, of in and to a piece or parcel of land
situate in Susquehanna township. Cambria
couDfy. adjoining lands of David Burkhart,
David Horst and others, containing forty-two
acres, more or less, about ten acres of which
are cleared. Also: a lot of ground situate
ii Susquehanna township, Cambria county,
fronting on the Ebensburg and Cherry Tree
road, and extending .back to land of Michael
J. Piatt, adjoining lauds of Machael J. Piatt
on the north and south, having thereon erec
ted a two story frame hon.-o and stable, now
in the occupancy-of s;-.id Silas Byrne.
Taken into execution and to be sold at the
suit of A. A. Barker.
All the right, title and interest of Michael
Snyder, of, in and to a piece or parcel of
land, situate in Carroll township. Cambria
county, adjoining-lands of William Arble,
George Weakland and others, containing
one hundred acres, more or less, about twenty
acres of which are cleared, now in the occu
pancy of Joseph Becker. Also : All the
right, title and interest of Silas Byrne and
M;chael Snyder, of, in and to a piece or par
cel ofland, situate in Susquehanna township.
Cambria eounty, ad joining lands of Benjamin
Gilford, Joseph M'Donald and others, con
taining on hundred and fifty-four acres,
more or less, unimproved.
Taken into execution and to te sold at the
uit of A. A. Barker.
All the right, title and ' interest of John
Thompson, jr.. of, in and tn a lot of ground,
situate in the Borough of Ebentburg, Cam
bria county, fronting on tie Plank Road
and adjoining lot of Mrs. Hutchinson on the
north and EJward D.ivis on the east, and
Sample street on the south, having thereon
erected a large two story brick dwelling
house, now in the occupancy of John Thomp"
son jr. -
Taken into execution and to be sold at the
suit of James Clifford for use of Juhu Fenlon,
All the right, title and interest of John S.
Buchanan, of, ia and to a lot of ground sit
uate in Concmaugh boro'. Cambria county,
fronting fifty feet on Singer street and ex
tending back to an alley, adjoining Lucas
alley on the northwest, and lot of Jacob
Fronheiscr on the southeast, having thereon
erected a two story frame house and frame
stable, now in the occupancy of said Jubn S.
Taken ifilo execulion and to be sold at the
All the right, title and interest of Jacob
Burgoon, of, in and to a piece or parcel of
land, situate in Washington township, Cam
bria county, adjoining lands of the heirs of
Philip Noon, dee'd. heirs cf Iward Donald
son, dee'd, and others, ccntainiLg one hun
dred and sixty-eight acres, more or less,
about seventy of which are cleared, having
thereoa erected a two-story plank house,
frame barn, also a coal bank, now in occu
pancy of.tho said Jacob Burgoon.
Taken into execution and to be seId at the
:uit of Cambria county.
All the right, title find ir.terest cf John J,
Trt-ftz, of, in and to a lot of ground, situate
iu the borough of Johnstown, Cambria coun
ty, fronting on Bedford street, ar.d extending
back to an alley, adjoining lot of Mr. -
Griffith on the north, and an alley on the.
smith, having t hereon erected a two-story
plank house, frame (.table and slaughter
house, now in the occupancy of the said
John J. Treftz.
Taken into execution and to be sold at the
suit of James Watson.
All the right, title and interest of Dennis
M'Laughlin. of, in and to a lot of ground
eitiiiite in Cambiia borough. Cambria county,
adjoining lot of John By an on the east, and
Pennsylvania Bail road on the west, having
thereon erected a one-and-a-half-ttory plank
house, now in the occupancy of said Dennis
Tak-n into exaction nni to be sold at the
suit of Samuel M. Bain-v.
TERMS Tho Sheriff' has made the fol
lowing conditions of s ile, viz : One fonrth cf
the purchase tnoucy on each sale to be paid
at the time the property is struck down,
when the s:tle amounts to S300 and upwards;
under 5500 and more than $100, the ont
third ; under $100 and i- ore than $50, the
half; less than $50 the whole amount:
otherwise the property will be immediately
put up to rale Again, and no deed will be
presenter tor acKnowiedgrnent unless the
balance cf the purchase money be paid on
or before the following Monday.
JAS. MYERS, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Ebensburg, Nov. li. 18GG.
Lstixat. Came to the residence of the
.subscriber, in Hemlock, Washington twp.,
about the 2d. of October last, a brown cow
with brock face; also a young calf and a red
two year old steer. The owner is requested
to come forward, prove property, pay char
ges and take them away ; otherwise they
will bo disposed of according to law
Nov. 15. 18G0-3t. F. M. GEORGE.
2d Came to tho residence of the subscri
ber about the middle f OCTOBER last, a
Dark Bundle Bull, one white fxt. long
horns and dog marks about the ears.
Jackson township, Nov. 9, l866-3t.
"PARM FOR SALE.
-- The subscriber offers at private- sale,
on reasonable terms, his Farm, situated one
mile South of Ebensburg. containing hun
dred and fifty acres, about seventy-five of
which are cleared, having tbereou a house,
a good bank tarn and two good orchnrds.
Nov. 14, I860 JAMES MYERS.
FRANK W. HAY.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL Manufacturer !
Hof TIN. COPPER and SHEET-IRONWARE.
Canal street, below Clicton, John
tcvm. Pa, A Urgs stock constantly
and. llsy 4, .-ly ..
-EL The following Is the list of causes et
down for trial in the Court of Common Pleas
of Cambria county, commencing JJondav,
the 3d day of December next :
Stutzman vs. Gates
M'Connell vs. Ruber
King yg. Harris
King vb. Shoenberger's Ex's.
Kline vg Hartzog
Crura vi Emigh
Devina vs llasson Adm'r.
Henby vs Warner
Brotherline va Smith et al
Jackson et &1 vs Johnston et al
M'Vicker vs Jones et al
O'Conner vs Nutter et al
Porter & M'Gonigle vs Penn'. R. R. Co.
Wissinger vs Griffith, Guardian
Hughes vs Penu'a. R. It. Co.
Iliggins vs Delaoge & Dean
Cooper & Co. vs Wike et al
Homberger vs Zimmerman
Paul vs Wike et al
Hughes vs Allison et al
Devlin vs Boody
Bcndon vs Bendon et al
Hughes vs Allison
McCreary et ex vs Hudson et ex
McCreary vs Hudson
same et ex vs Stewart
same vs Good et ex
Trexlar vs Trexlar et al
Cowan et &1 V3 Barte et al
M'Guire va Hufford
Horrel vs Christy
Hughes vs Snyder
Slick vs Ashe
Evans vs Campbell
Hughes & Co. vs M'GIade
T.i' ger vs Hopple
M'Carty vs School D. Alle'y tp.
Beck vs Sam
Tomlinsoa vs Same
Hall va Same
Cramer vs Same
Dai!ey vs Same
M'Gough vs Same
BadJa vs School D. Mun'r tp.
Moore vs Clearfield School d.st
Holliday rs Same
Altirnua vs Cxtr.er
Ducatey vs Fitzpatrick
vs Davis & Litzingcr
vs Jones et al
GEO. C. K. ZAIIM TVr.ti,,.
rrothonatory'a Office, Nov. 5, 18CG.
EsTrat. Came to the residence of tho
subscriber in Carroll township, Cambria co.,
about the Cth iust., a pale red cow with a
white spot on forehead aud white Fpots cn
body ; supposed to be seven or eight years
old. The owner is requested to couie for
ward, prove property, pay charges and take
her away ; otherwise she will bo disposed
of according to law.
Nov. 15, 18G;-St.
Estate of Michael Hasson, Deceased.
IET1EKS OF ADMINISTRATION on the
estate of Michael Hasson, late cf Ebens
burg, Cambria county, Penn'a., dece. seJ,
having been granted to the undersigned, by
the Register of said county, all persons in
debted to 6aiJ deceased are requested to
make payment, and those having claims are
hereby notified to present them properlv
authenticated for settlement.
JOHN E. SCAN LAN.
Oct 23, 16C6-Gt.. Adm'r.
WM. MEXCKE & BROTHER
No. 804 ARCH Street PHIL DELPiiIA.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Embroideries, Fine Knit Goods, etc., per
sonally selected iu Europe.
Germantowc WOOLS, Cashmere TARNS,
etc.. Latest Styles in Ladies Dress and
T R I 31 MIX QS.
Buttons, Drop Fringes, Laces, Shawl Bor
ders, etc-. White Embroidered BANDS etc.
The goods being all carefully selected our
Wholesale Department offers great induce
ments to the TRAD!-:.
Sept. 20, ISCG-Cmos.
The Season cf Storms.
The blasts of Autumn and the chill storms
of early winter are apt to make sad inroads
upon the constitutions of the feeble. In old
times at the commencement of every season
t was the fashion to take a strong cathartic
as a safeguard against a change of tempera
ture. It was a worse than useless practice.
Hie people of our day understand the mat
ter better. Instead of depleting the system
they reinforce it. In the methed they adopt
they exhibit a wise discrimination. Instead
of resorting to the vitiated stimulants of
commerce, or any of the compound? derived
from them, they put their faith in the only
absolutely pure invigorant procurable in the
market HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT
TERS. Their faith is well founded. Never
has any tonic medicine been prepared with
such scrupulous precision and conscientious
care. It is a vegetable compound of which
every ingredient is sound, wholesome, and
medicinal in the true sense of the word.
Now we have three prominent national com
plaints. One-half of the adult population of
the United States suffer more or less, either
from diseases of the stomach, derangements
of the liver, or affections of the kidneys.
In no Other'land under the Heaven are these
maladies so general as in this country, and
Hostettee's Bitters is a specific for them
all, unless organic in their origin, and, there
fore, beyond cure. And let thoso who arc
fortunate enough to be exempt from theni
at present understand one great fact, viz :
that an occasional uso cf this vitalizing tonic
will as certainly prevent them as the sun
will prevent the earth from freezing where
its genial beams descend Communicated.
. Keembflr 1, 18-ltno.
To the Public
The subscribers take pleas-ire in
the attention of the public to tie'-?
they have just received at tl,feir ;
NEW STORE. AT LILLY'S SU
.a large and varied stock r.f
- - DRY GOODS,
Boots and Shjes, Hats asd'c
FLOUR, BACON. GROCFfclEs r
SALT, HA 12 DIVA RE, Qt'FFWv."-'
WOOD AND WILLOW Wa ;
NOTIONS, and iu fact r.i v a".
thing usually leund ia a xUl.'r
which thev offer at 1
GREATLY P.EHUCED PRICcSrcE-".
CO- Goods given in exchange f-rl
of marketable country pro.h-.ee S
J. il. DYSAPJ & r
Hemlock. Mav 3. 18CG Sin
nURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD
I do more and qetter work at a
than any other! Trv it! Manufi"-Fi!
by ZEIGLFR x- .
Wholesale Drni.rint and Ohs iv
No 137 North THIRD St.
Ffcbruary 8, ISCfl, ly.
WILLIAM PALMER, Proprle::
Cambria County, gecni."
The Proprietor respectfully auncw:
his friends and the public gcm-raliv.
has lensed and taken possession i-f i!."
modious Hotel. lie hopes to make
the most desirable places for btrar.v;.
others to stop, that can be f ur.i :
HIS TABLE will at all tlnnl-.
with the luxuries and ulbtaLti:,
HIS CHAMBERS are Iire, sr'' f ::
with a view to promote 'he con.f r:
HIS BAR will l-e well iupp1:-!
large and chciee selection of v
HIS STABLE will always ';
with good, wholesome pr v.! '..r f r
and careful Vost'ers.
No pains will ! spare-' t - .
satisfaction to ail his pni.t; ..: ;t
himself to endeavor to ph-.i-o ?.'.;.
liberal fh--ro of public pa!r--ii"g.
Augi st 23, iSJO-ly
VrH4V rorPT vr.-rip:.'
In the Oi i hat V Court of CV. r-
notice is lt-rtby givm that the !'..:
appraisement of ceitaiit pts.n:d j.r
decideiits, m-'icc-J and si t npi.-: '
widows of intestates, v.r!er act "of .
of 1 4th April, Ifcul. have been !:!
Register's office fit EWnsl-nrfr. :
presented to the Orphans' Court r-r
val. on WEDNESDAY, tho Srh '
DECEMBER wxt.tu uit:
of David Metzsnr.iate i -I-.i.-n.-: .
set apart lor the widow f -.: 1 ,'ot . '
A !;' at-ciru-i-t fi' cen ;:r pi-r ;
of RU-hard If. Nrsgle. late - f j-: -tp.,
dee'd. s-.t apirt ibr the w: '
Apj-r:iicr. er.t f :c: t ::n p r.- i,.v ; ;
of L'.-vi A'cfivt-r. !a; t,f Jjic ';'" ! "
set apart f..r tho widow of s: ', i
Clerk's OfEoe. N.v. 12. i?.;.:.i.
? LITERS OF aDMINIS'IRAT:'
3L.A the rst-ite of Av.gif.iiC ?.i;rij -of
Carroll township Cambria o ".nty i
decer.tWI, having bien granted tl.c-.
siit.'-d. by the negiitcr of said c
persona i:.de-!.cd t- s.fM . Wf;w :
queued to make j- ivnif i.t. anl t!
claims are hereby notified to -rt
properly authenticated f-r stt ::?:.
Oct. 13, 1G6-Ct
IT ETI EKS OF ADM1NISTKAT!"
.Bi the estate of Richer ! Aihwi' '.
Clearfield township, C.iml.,U c--it:.:y
deceased, having been prai.tt-t' t'lt'f
signed . by the Register f f:',;
persons indebted to said Ject'l :.:
quested to make payment, ami i
claims ara ht-rtby notified t " ?r':
prowerly authenticated for set' ".; .:
Nov. 15-Ct. JAMES ADAMS. A
IJBEXSBCRG. V-.x., ISAAC CKAV.T
jj Proprietor, solicits a cor.tiinut: '.
lilM-ral patronage heretofore exteiv.i
tabic and bar wil! always t riipy'':
the best. His house and stable U '"
and convenient, and having comj:
sistants at all times employed, lie 's
rident that he will be able to rentier."
satisfac!ion. June 4, li'"-
No &'20 Ar
IdL Has a Urea Mxk o
WATCHES. JEWELRY. SIITER-
& SILVER I'LATED w AKt.
Suitable for Holiday and Bridal
Reader ! give him a ca'H
November 8, 18GG-2ra.
The Pamphlets Laws for 1SC0 b"
received and are ready for cistrit'"
those persons in Cambria County
GEOTIGE C. K ZAUi
Fothonotary's Office ) .
Ebtusburg Oct 11 1SG6 J
tjOTICE IS HEUEUY GIVEN.1
IU Partnership existing licitt :'."
COLE & BENDER, for the rr-'! -r
tilling liquors. Ac, is this :'v
mutual consent. JOS FT! I I--N-Carrclltown
Oct. 21. lS'JG-Ci
"O OBERT E. J ONES
JL Ebensburg, Cunhri.i ;
Dealer in Lumber. Te hieb;
in Cash, paid for CHERRY, rOFU-
and LIND LUMBER.
Ebensburg. Nov. 8. 166.
All kinds of Job Work drne '