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IJIDESTS. found, it 1 i-v- W have HimuA.- - J-mi w 11 not weary ia wsa uj- i -;innt- Tour contributions f f ttCt I sufiv. :r. .!rtm. Como again. ; 'mt nfl nolhing this week, aad for ! r. nra ,n assigns t a l cni.ton. sunshine" puts la a more thaa ?Jnt gpprance itself. - ' ,pitrophe to. Spnag w in .type i tppearance caTand personal : L TTosob. We give credit below ( ea received from all Aources except .nd transient advertising since we iiXd a -Boll of Honor." After iLtow Court we shall give the names of rubers and advertising patron wne ! if U3 Q ' v I Cnct nf the kind we shall publish, dur current year. We sincerely trust r subscriber who has not yet paid i,i before that time, as it will .not u . .avin of fifty cents to each of but will enahle us to enlarge and oth ; :mrova our paoer, which we con fute doing so soon as the first half vol- u complete, proviaea wia necessary x forthcoming. : t-wittnwn Jerome A Buckdlenry Ben fWo Weakland, Paul Yohner John B !. p.,.?a TTHrk. F.ml Dlshart John T. r iau. v : - (X,TTEB"rS OZX TCtlKSTOWH. Buck Beer eod.tti.'CoTjci:. 'zs'ifpn c:zr Indulgence therein -Lively Sunday AmusZr wetttrrccetsi-tn-rtt-lx to-Dedieaizon-' Viater (ksGjrjjrction Personal, - h'c. ;: LjVirxsTO-nr, iUT 13, l8S7. !. Dear Frteman Yesterday wsa A; llttlj day in fhl3 place,' cleric;? to the. periodical appearance of a Cn'd -daaominatadv" -Buck Beer." To' the ' uninitiated I . -kIU merely etata-.that this beer is brewed with about double the qnantlty of malt used In the man ufacture cf lager, and as a consequence con tains ene drunk " in about every half doz en classes. Nothing induced so much to dis pel, the blues rdnve cull care away 3 a fqw drinks -cf Back'', aid the.pleasnVe ex perienced forth8 time. 'being-is. ample-com pensation lor the general iassitncie and nead ache which naturally fellow-! There 13 rioth-. mg strange in this, however, .for all human ploajuresare but transient, and every rose 13 said to have its thorn. -'--Wei I, -on, batur day evening I was leisurely strolling' through townand met "Buck Beer 7 in bo - many and varied phases that I cannot, help no-' ting some of my observations. One party I met were religion VBucks." and were s ing in stentorian .voices. "I am, going nome to ; drink no . mere," with- an occasional chane-a to "There is rest for the beerv." Then camo a disconsolate looking Individu al i who was 'pathetically inquiring who would look after his female-trocrenitor. in - . . - t-j ' the worda of a popmar ballad commencing Why ata 1 so weax and beery." Anotaer young fellow, who seldom Indulges In spirit uous beverages; was reeling along under an accumulated load of "Back," and several links of bologna", and insisted on furnishing me with a piece of ' 'Sologna (hie) Bossage." Still another, who brought up against a door step and rolled over on tne pavement, re quested a bystander to bring him a "first :r lr 5 . cure i Dr.. . J." 1IT srutor.-'cf ralsaonary .Cc-a- it had -assumed its most i ' Tnumh Tnf rv TA warrl FarrA-1 class pntter. for ha felt like wallowmsr some J J W anarv)aueii,iiiruivrii rtirriuauii, i auu vuua m uunug iu i-umib i6u, ?5h Shero. JohnMannion, Philip Schet Tt J E Maucher, each $2 : Nicholas A v Geo Wtsmiller. each $1.- '"vnslown W P Patton, $3: CL Persh-1 iqM$5;W H Bnse;Bjq., John Ilannan, I (Miner, Jared Williams, Chas Zimmer gr., D 0 Morris, John Bending,' John jrer, Stephen Con well, John F Barnes, Ifltto Patrick Shields, Francis O'Friel, j Byan.Jr., Francis Cooper, Chas Mc- !aiy, Joseph Hogue. Wm J Buck, Jos r, Francis J Eberly, Patk Meally.each iilrs RScanlan, llenry Glass,. eacn $l. Itnnburz J A Blair, $4: E Iioberts, iT)ermitt, Jehn Dougherty, Sr., Bobert keach t2 ; John A Thompson, $l,Eu. Gsmit Paul McKenna, Henry Hughes, ii J M'Closker, Jaa A Gillin, each $2 j TGarrity. Thoa O'Brien, each $1 . vna John Uickey, i3 John Rock J-iL John Woods,! C Singer;' Wm Ma- V.each 2i Wm Green. 60 ctav iueustine-Joha J Burns,' George fn: Wrn G Krise, Jaa Shorten, Chaa hizh. each 12. . . ' - Wlock J tl'Gonigle, T M'Atamany, 112: Darid Smith. $1; Mrs,' Annie j - . - - iHItzin Jaa P Murray, Wm J Shirley, -in Oaid, each $2 ; James Bsndon, 41. 'aimerhill Jamea D Flummcr. John l!er, eacn 2, . r 'JUdelphia Hathe w "A Hurray, tCoTle. 1. iilmore -Jaraes Mbrelaad, 'John Fits ;vl. each 12. Jester Miss Alice Bradley,"William B k, each 12 elsano James 3 Hardin. ITath,l,.TeT 12, Mowsrllle. W.V. L W,WcakUnd, $1. penport, Iowa (ieorge Murray, $2 pidaysburg Col. John Lemorj, $2. iaemaugh WVUara Headttck, $,2.' men Timber George Walters, $2. ilklns Chaa A M'Gon!gljs,"60 eta. " i)t Decatur James Collin. $2. M Freedom N F Carroll, 42. i2; ittTille Jacob Johnston. 42. llaad L P M'Dermitt, 42. Hm- a-j : -n. rt- t O. 4LJtm faLuuiiuvi 171. uuvi iery Hlchael lloyer. 42. jjrone John Farrel, 42. ; ai3iiTviLLEj Wo are Informed that roodly borough has received the bone i ipecial legislation. Her High ConBta tas been clothed with" estra-oajfsa-y ita large one, the oiacer u. . lt-if. Eaw mm la -required, to visit. each tavern Lin his jurisdiction every day. Thia and j ather special duties make the : ofaco one Jfat labor and refTonsibilitv. and we are to learn that the feea and emoluments i been increased in a corresponding ' do- X Bv thfl npvir law ( w ara inforrnod ha 25 eta. j er mile for every mile he travels. and In fact all next day the flow of beer ap peared to diminish not. The climax seemed to be reached about mid-day, however, and the "Buck" succeeded in getting up a real live sensation. An old German , scissor grinder came reeling down the Island, about 12 o'clock, under a concentrated load of beer, and accompanying him was a large dog. When'opposite the Washington House some evil disposed, boys threw a few stones at the dog, which the owner naturally re- eented by hissing his dog on the party. , One f the boyB had the flesh on his, arm very severely lacerated by the dog's" teeth -in fact necessitating the attendance of a physi cian. Not content with the' punishment received by the boy, the scissor grinder threw a brickbat at the rest of the party,, which, mitsina- its Bsark, went crashing through a boarding house , window, alighting on the table just as the boarders. were"t-ltting dawn to dinner. The war bad thus been carried into Germany,' and direr was the; result. A crowd of about one hundred, persons had collected,' and he boarders rushing out,' west into the crowd forcibly and promiscu- ously lh us the battle raged,, when a po liceman made his appearance upon the Bcene of action and'sdbo restored order out of chaos. I neglected to state that the dog had in the meantime Tcen captured by a couple cfthe aforesaid boarders sad I sappor.atro thia U in a fair way of being converted into dog'a meat sausage. - - The owner of the car nino was furnished with lod rings In one o the "apartments to let"-of the lock-up,rnd order for the present "reignaln Warsaw.' So ended one of the liveliest tcene3 I have witnessed farinany i dayi, i ij .HI . ; , In this . connection I . may state that the police made a descent on sevcraL lager beer saloons yesterday; and in each fLu ounJ a crowd enjoying , themsLsirf. The owners beingiia xjJa fiigranie ddiciu, will, i; presume, have to go to Court to answer for tiolting the faunday license law.. . The St. Joseph's (Catholic) Beneficial So ciety held their annaal procession and cele bration yesterday ,an i judging from the num ber who tooK pari m their narade. it is the largest prganization in the town. This So ciety has been conducive of ranch moral and social benefit to -its members and I am happy .to npta that at, each succeeding -ani-rersary of the patron, of their institution they appear, in increased "numbers., J he members of the M. E. Church design holding a pic-nic the latter' part of this month, and from a knowledge of tha parties having the matter In charge I have no hesi- t&tiou m saying that it- will be a large and tntcresjticg affair. The proceeds are to be devoted to assisting ia the construction of their large and imposing church edifice now in process of erection. . , .. . . ' ' V The new' Lutheran church will bo dedica ted next Sunday. May 19th. "Interesting and appropriate services will be held cn the '-i-'v'Vi.-. lw . This creat mcc Bumpticu,' when' fcrraidabla especj appeared to be inevitable-. -Ills physicians pronouaced Lis casa iacurab'.i.whca he com menced tha use cf ILL? tluplj .but. powerfa remody. His h?alh was restored ia a very ?ocrt time, and no return cf tha ciscasa" has been apprehended, for', allr th9""symptoms quickly disappjsared. end his prcssat weight i3 more than two huac!.red pouads..-' :r.",-7 ' Since his : recovery, he ba3 devoted; his attention exclusively - to' the 'cure ' cf : Ccai sumption, and ths diseases which are usu ally complicated with it,- and tha - cures ef fected by his medicines -i have .been very numerous and truly'wonde'rful. Dr.Schenck makes professional visits to "several, ofl the" larger cities weekly where he r has a.darge concourse of patients, and it is truly aston ishing to' see; pocrccasuraptiYes, that . have to be lijted out ;of their : carriages and in a fevt months healthy,- robust - per sods'.' : Dr.. Schenck'a Pulmonio Syrujv Seaweed ToniS and Mandrake P11I3 aro generally all required in curing Consumption. ; FuU directions ac company each, so "that any Tone 'can take them without . seeing Dr. Echenck, but when it is convenient it is best1 to see Mm'. '"He gives advice free, but for a thorough exami nation with Lis Bcspirome tor Tils fee is C3. Please observe, when-purchasing,; that the two likenesses cf the Doctor one when In the last stage of Consumption, and the other a3 ho now is, la perfect health are on the Government stamp. ' . DOia py ail ciruggists' ana ceaiers, price 41.50 per bottle,- or 47.50 the; half-dozen. 1 All letters for advice should - be addressed to Dr. Schenck's' Principal Office, No. 15 North 6th street, Philadelphia, Pa. . Uen 1 Wholesale Agents: Demas Barneses Co., N. Y. : S. S; Hance, Baltimore. Md.: John D. Parke, Cincinnati, Ohio ; Walker & Taylor, .Chicago, ,11b; Collins Bros., St. Iouis, Mo. IfSd w. ea. mo. 10m. "- Ca the ".;i i. rttii.cr.cjef tl.,3 trida'a father, is lt?ry; Blair ccu ty,.l:i:, by : Bv. ?Jlrae.3 , Bradley, lIr.l!,icnAr;, BaAcn j t c. X.titCiaI Boiat, Cam )r ia coua tj', and Miss Lcss.CiiiTT, of the fenacr place. ... Usr gentle eplrit . ; Coramits itself to yours, to- bo directed -J As frcm her lord, her governor, her king." , .r '' ?'-,- -r r. f ,- .- SnaSS?SA&5. And Wcrt!:y iadsed crs you, fdetid Hicbael, cf to sacred a trust. . , Ilay: ,tlc5aug3. Ilka flowers, be.expandsd j the, warmth cf your mutual love, and car the- clouds cfviciabi- tuda. never frr a moment obscure the saa shins of happiness and ceatcatmeat which; now radiates your pathway:. ; -."CT -AtHKs'Oiiifch'orStAloysiss,- EuTamlt villa, on Tuesday, 7th jnst., by liar. Thoa. By an, Mr. BienAKi Sua up and Mis3 Liaais TaoTTEB, both of Hemlock, this county', J . Thy practice isquito Sharp, dear Dick-- I A scald of worth aud grace,' ,n, ;. ; A 2Vo&r. without fault' or triek,':;, j Must change her gaU spaci I In Johastowa cii th SOta" fcit.'," by Bev. V. Sobmeyer , Mr.' J ossph FaciDHorF ; and Miss Ki-is ZIA&3, 'all cf .that place;-' z z 'yr ; Oa the Eame dsy, by the same, .Mr. Jona FsiEDHOrr and Miss Kara'SsTiLEixfEa.' - We wish, our young fricadj an abundaaca of felicity; is their new relations, and. trust that their matrimonial barks may never set He in the mire cf despoadeacy, t ut that they may glide serenely down the stream cf time until at length they cast anchor ia that ha ven of eternal rest, where partings come not, and where a! I Is perpetual happiness and joy. At St. Aloy'dus' Church, SanamltviUe, on the 80th ult., by Bev. Thomas Ryan, Mr. Hcn Baxsas, of Allegheny township, and Mijs Lotnsa M'Closket. of the frraer place. In this place, en Tuesday last, by Bev. E. C. Chrk tv. Mr. Joseph Owens, cf Cam bria township, aad Miss Luc? " Moses, cf beasbur. t ' .. ; --! : .i ;: 1 "T nilERIFFS SALES. By virt3 P cf eaadry writs cf Ven l. Ervon. end X. Ver,L zpou Hr.-d catef V ? Ck-vH cf C .i-' men Fleas cf Caiairii coua',x.ad ti ij di rected, there will be cxr-J el tymi'3 V. -' ?, at tlo Cvart H:.u.--3;in i-lcaar'-.cs IIO.. DAY, t!,a Sd day cf JU1TD neat, at 1 ocL;i a. k., the'followiasr Ileal Dta'.s, ta w;1. f :- - All tha rf-ht, titlo and i llcpp, cf, la end to a tract cf I ia Ciear-fld tjwtsVpi Cambri pining landi cf Ti"cu:y Ca Glaas. .llarrsf Ilc-'an e. taiaicg tixty-fiur s.crcst tac-re crla-a,hat:a -rreoa crccwad a cao-aaa-a-ax Etcry it treat cf Ar : lasd t'-ic ia ccasi-?. -y,Vd:-.t IN lc2 lica;3,le; t table'cnd a dc-atle barn, tloxz v-a ia tLs cccapaacy cf tha said Andrew. Kcp;:v"? Ta!iea lata txs-iutlaa and .to be rn'dEttS;-- Bedaaan fr usa cLJd-ph. J, , k PRI GES suit of Dap-iel Bedmaa '' , - " ; . - ' ' ':' "' . ALE?." All the rieht; title and iaf crest if; MtchT J. Caiith, of, in' and to a lotcf ground tlta- ated ia-village of GaL.t-.a, CaaahrU coua-y,-frontier oa Maia street and cstaadaij taci : to Jackson street, adjeking lct;cf.iYarct I; 4t V " Christy ca the s ind Pcas'a Bail Bead -c Hi i a i t i I M . - . 1. jL. OF. ;i The Beilliant prismatic colors of the pearl are attributed to the decomposition and reaectton" cf the- light - by the numerous grooves on Its surface. TheJbriJliaftt stock of goods now in abundance at J. M. Thomp son's store, on High Street, is attributable to tho good taste of the proprietor, and. the great reduction In the puce of everything he pells Is attributable to the aforesaid- gentle man's disposition to cive every person the worth of hi3 or her money and permit no dealer to undersell him. " A failure to rec ognize all these attributes by buying from Jim may iustly be attributed to a blindness on part of the people as to their own Interest. ; Book : Bistdest, &c." Out joung friend Billy Geis ! and : Mr. Charles -Eeutit hate started a book-biadery and book, staticnery and variety ' store in--Johnstown, and are " At Sammitville, oa Wednesday, 2d Inst., Mr. William Caesidat, formerly of Ebens- i burff. .ed about 88 yeaiew"; n : In this Vouh. on Monday last; Mrs, Paert. dauEhter cf Mr. John Griffiths of "this vicinity. She bore her last illness with fortitude aod 'resignation; ; : ,: " 1 ';"" IfAjIES X ! OAT1IAN, 1L D., tenders his-professional services as Phy sician and Surgeon to the citizens cf Carroll town and vicinity.1 OfSce in rear of .build- in;? occupied by J. Buck & Co as a stere. Night calls can bo mads at the hotel of Law-. rence Schroth. ' May 9; lS57tt.j mill- 1 ; ' i i s ! if tlM Itihh.w i hi a ti 1 n At. A'llBS IL JDeoJer ia -all :D A 7V I s prepared to do" binding of any description, DnD r wicpw -V CU' riP'Rro such as music, pamnhlets. niaaazines. etcs 1 rUrLAh. LtlLiuu U AbH LUi.iDi-h, 'in the best style of the art and at as moder- 1 1 Yard ltos. 314 end 316 N. Broad styi ate charges as city work' is furnished. ; They also keep a full supply of all the latest nov-, els, magazines and periodicals, as well as the . largest stock of wall papers and varieties to , bfe found ia the county. Our friends visiting Johnstown will do well todrep in and exam ine their stock." Store corner cf Clinton, and 1 Locust streets,; -1 1 PHTLADBLPHIA, ? S-Business attended to in Ebensburg by .Wm. J.jYailiamso ! ( V . ; myl6-ly Vi oa the north, hav'.sg therecs erected a twtr..; story 'frame tavern fetand'a&d frame, ctalx?,.,, now ia, the occursacy of the tali Michael J.t Smith."- .'.' '- ' .- ';.-; -J.-- (- Taken iato esecutioa a-d to ba ecld at tha ' -saitcf J.'Adler &Ca'-.:i ; r. A ' ; : All tha right, titls and Interest cf Thcmas Jones, 'of, la and' to a plies or parcel cf laai situated ia Jar.'acoa tawr. -Lip, Cambrh co. adjoining bands cf A; Dunra're, S. Davis,' ' and others, coataiciag twelve teres, more cr"' less, hating thereca trocted acae-aad-a-talf story plaaii hoaea aad plaak tialli, net nf: , occupied. ' . . ' : i . ' ' : ; Taken iato crceatlca tad to ba sold at this , suit of David Lcidy. . . ..:..' , . ' AliO, . ... . l All the right, title and .latcrest.of JefSi Woodcock cf, ia and to a place or parcel of . land situated la w aaaingtoa townsiiip, - bna county, adjaiaiag lasda- cf Evoa L Evans, Jeremiah '.M'Goniglei jiud ethers' containing . fcrty-five . acres, more cr deaa. about two acres cf which are cleared, hav ing thereon erected a one story plank house and water saw-mlllnew in the occupancy of John Wllkia.v- V -'- Taken into ezecatioa aad to be sold fit the suit of Warner Eeader, for the. use of ; Luke :: T. I , , f : ALES, - .. ; All the rlahf . litle-and Interest cf Jason . Crura, of, ia and to a tract cf land situated " la Crcyle township, Cambria county, .ad joining . lands' of i James: Burke, Ephraiar Lrum, and others, -containing, cue hundred and twenty acres, mere or leesabout fifty; acres-of which are .cleared," Laving therea erected a two story leg house and leg barn' new In, the occupancy of litrara Crum and Nancy Crem--5 r:-.- :;; . Taken into eiecatlia and to besa'dsttis: "J 4 i , J ' u . iii t (A if gjrjCQU HAGE HOJIE .JfjDUSTRY I. - 4 Youkg man, do you believe la a future Bta.te V In s course I duz ; . and ' what's more, I intend to enter it as soon as Betsy cets her. 'things ready. - At -last accounts Betsy was -busily engaged in the pleasant task of getting her things ready? as she was ipr?n cornin out of V. S. Barker's cheap fc&ore. on " High 6ieet with a bundl4 of dry goods and other wedding s fixlns " wrapped up in bnswn paper ' She was cot only hsjv py la anticipation of her approaching. nup-. tials, but manifested the utmost good sense in buying her wedding finery from the clev er dealer aforesaid. . V . '. ; - : Ague, Chills, oa IsrTKRsrTTTixT.FrrE'a curedor the money refunded. . Dr.--.Witt's Ague rills are. entirely a new medicine, and having been tried la over 1200 cf tha very worst and obstinate cases of Chills and ; Fe ver, and not failed even in one cisa to eSect a speedy cure, the; proprietor guarantees them to cure in every ca?o,.eTert after all other medicines fail. - Those suffering should immediately give "Jthemla. trial; They are warranted to cure.; For sale by- Druggists, prseat by mail on receipt of the price, 4l Address Dr. Witt, Bex 611Cincinnatf.O. ly occasion. I'SlToss. Our sanctum was Invadd on piaj by Hon. Cyrua L. Pershing. , The D Commoner cf Pennsylvania, having Whia county and his Commonwealth I oaii a decade In our legislative halls jl "e trust, be called to serve her in stil '"fl iniDortaiit TWMiltions. '.' ajor Byckman, the Johnstown Chief of was also with us the beau ideal of Ixicer and a gentleman. .. . . f'sstice Straycr was also here on the "p. Joe is a clever fellow, and hard te a the dead wood. . I : s ; ' i-aaicK Sklections. A handsomely got- JBp boek of .some 2C0 pasres, entitled Hundred Choice Selections in. Poetry Prose," by N. IL Bichardson, has been by P. Garrett & Co., Publishers. No. Chestnut street Philadelphia, ' The se r are mostly poetic, and made , with er. It Is an invaluable selaeticn for -Ta, md cademie3 for students, and, .i for all who desire a well gottea cp -Ktion of the fiacst everts of tha EgQ ia pwelive. - . . , ijoucco akd Cioaes. We had thl3 week fkasure of a flying visit from our friend Glecson, cf Philadelphia.1 Mr. G. jJiged In the tobacco and cigar basinet i22 Locust street, and any cf-our CasIrlng to patronize him will find ; wr-dealer and an honest man. JI Democratic County Convention is.in lhe to art IIcuEe as we go to press. The question of water works ' is aeaia being agitated ia our midst, and there is a fair prospect that the necessary " amount will ere long be subscribed. The estimated cost of the works is fixed at S100.000 and $80,000 is already oq the subscription books of those having the matter in charjre. The new steam engine will arrive on the 20th of thia month, and as water works are indis pensable to its thorough usefulness it is. to be hoped a fresh impetus will be given to stocK subscriptions for thi3 object. ? The barn of Mr. Singer, who resides about one mile from town, was destroyed by fire yesterday about one o'clock. The flames spread so rapidly that nothing could be saved. One valuable horse was burned. The fire was supposed te have been the work of an incendiary. - I believe there was no m surancc. A log school house, a considera ble distance from the bam, caught from the falling sparks, and was also burned to the ground. - Your correspondent is under obligations to Messrs. Condon & Chapman for a copy cf their paper, the " Teachers' Advocate " monthly sheet Issued at the low price cf 75 cents : per year. Any one who peruses it wui at once vetoes the Uct that abl3 and experienced educationalists have the criri cal matter ia charge. They deserve and will meet with success.' -The . sale of the Wtlh & Jones estate net ted about , ie,uc.n. xar. a;, unraca was purchaser cf five lot at C5.150 cash. .''-! . ': Cxu BAL. Tub storm king still holds supreme twsy oa the Aikbatics.: - .'-. rBaics. Our, friends in Ebecsbursr' and elsewhere throughout the county who are desirous of procuring a! gord article of brick are invited - to examine those manufactured by Hoover, Vaughn &Cq.., at Furnace Sta- .tionj on the Hollidaysburg Branch. -They. may rest assured that these gentlemen are practical brickmakere, andlhaf. they manu facture as good brick as are mado "in the country and sell them as cheap. Those of our friends who contemplate building should make a note of this fact. ? :. - ; .i ; - Houso, Shrr and Ornamental Painter, Graining, tslaziag, Paper Hanging,'' and all other work ia his line, -promptly .executed, apd :.FatLifaeiion guaranteed. . Shop in: the jbaseseftt cf the Town ilall.i l- c , xDcrat-crgy nay y, lc-S7sm.w. --nTOTICE.-.Trics Ecrnsfiir : of Cam- - - 1 - . C3 - bria County having granted Letters of j Adra!atrtra:Uto the "undersigned rn the estato of Andrew Mraia; late of Clearfield ; township, Cambria couatydfc'd, notice is hej-ehy given ta persons indebted to said es tate to .raase . payment, , and ; those having '.claims, -against, it to present thcni daly, sa- tfcgnucated for settlement.- f - .., -3-'. ..:..i'-4 , ELLEN M'GBAIIT,, . ; ' Adra'x cf Andrew M'Grain, dee'd. . I Augustine, May: 16, 1867et - r OltANT HOUSE, ' ' -" Ch .-j Ilemloclz, Caxtfbrla Co., V , - JOHN WILKIN, PrTprizior.x I ThlsHouse ha3 beed refitted, and oiTers; accommodations superior to any other Uouse in the vicinity. "The Proprietor, after long experience in the busker-, feels fconfideat be ! naderstands the wants jef the public. Els TABLE will be supplied with" the delicacies of the season and his BAB with' the choicest wines and liquors. J By' constant attention and due care for 'the comfort of his guests the Proprietor hopes to merit a liberal share of patronage. jmaylS-iy.J iBEHSBURG LITERARY-DEPOT! t rcha Murphy. J ,J id to be scad at the i :2 1 & f ' HAM- ri Dn yon ever contemplate the regularity, the accuracy, tha almost life-like motions of those beautiful creations cf mechanism, a watch or a clock? If you never did there ia a fine opening for doing so at C. T. Iiob erts' jewelry establishment oa High street, where yon can prscure either of these indi cators of time's departure, "tick" and all, or any thing else in his line, at the very lowest cash prices. There is no sTiam about Cham, or his goods either, as will be appa rent to all who visit his establishment, r , ,t JA22E3 . iEIXJURAr, -- : "I -:'PELALE3 IJT; - - -, BOOKS, STATIONERY; ; CJGABS, TO . BACCO, PERFUMEBY,. FANCY u l - SOAPS, &c, &c.,-,, .; In (hs Room formerly occvpi&l 5y Dr. Lemon ' ' T : ' - . ft n fhnirt itr,rj - I 7 Maik -Steeet, Eeexseueq, " -Keeps Blank Books, Envelopes, Paper , Pen3, Ink, Pocket Books, Pass Books, Magazines, Newspapers, Novels, Histories, Prayer and Toy Books, &c. - '03-Stationery and Cigars sold either wholesale or retail.' ffel?21tf. - FaS sweeter music to a tree woman than tho tons cf harp or piano touched by her fin gers, Is the cheerful voice of her husband announcing to her in endearing terms that he Las purchased a handsome n3w dress fjr his loving wife at the great mercantile em porium cf - Mills & Davis, oa High street, where everything that feminine heart could desire may ba fauad in fall abundance and elaborate richness.' Husbands make your wives happy. ' -. , , Snow ma a nan cf sour, morose disposi tion, one who entertains rood will towards JT ETTEHS TSSTA2IENTAIIY having been granted to tha undersigned on the 'estate of Edward Shoemaker, late of Ebensburg, Cambria county, dee'd, ail per sons indebted to said estate will make im mediate payment, and all persons havkg claims against - the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the subesribers at the eSco of F.-A: Shoemaker,- Ebeasburg, Pa. MARYSnOEMAKEB,) t ELLEN J; MUIIBAY, j -eCT1 -rix- . . May 9, 1857.-et. - O All persons Indebied to the late firm of E; Shsemaker & Sons are requested to call and settle their accounts H. A. SHOEM. IX i l tj. tit CO. Vinz to build a aad none, and I will you a dyspeptic. DvsDcrsia is tha bluest cf all diseases. Bev. Mr. Alien telu.cs mat U8' dyspepsia PERSON Ea lloasa cr Barn, caa buy I alls Hardware cheap by paving cssh at - ; Feb. 3. ' , . G tO. II UNTLEY'S. 1 01) suit of. Joseph Horner, ul , f -;' t.:t ALSO, ; -- t:t w -i -'All the right, title and interest of Samuel Ripple, cf,la and to a piece or porcel cf land situated in '-Richland - township; ' Cambria county, ' adjoining ianus. ci ueorge urris, Leahart HdTacker.-- and others;' "ccst&kks ! ' two haadred and fifty- eix acres, mors or less, about fifty acres cf which are cleareuhav- r r lag iaereea erected ft-. 103 costs and 103 oars, now in the occupancy cf Jc ; Taken iato execution and saitcf WraJ.Bacr.-"r ' " All the rfsht, iltla andjalerfest of, WHIiata Biddies, of. la .and to a piece cr parcel cf Hand situated in Yoder township;, Cambria, 1 county,; .adjoining; .lancu' of -Jacob. CroyleT" Fiedoriek' Fender, aad thera, contalnfe;; twenty-4evea acres,' mere or leas'' abotis .'f twenty earC3 cf which are cleared, havk ?-'' thereon ' erected a two story leg hca 'aai ' log barn new ia the occupancy cf Bobert .' Joaesi ".".' 1 :x' ' 1: Taken into eaecuticn and to bs sold "at tie . suit cf Paul Andrew Gchaalla, for xxm cf' Richard' BUdlcs. h: -V " ;''' ' ';.!' --'axso;-'-"7--1' ' i.t1:."''"" ; AH tho right, title end latere! cf -Jaraer : Burke, of, ia aad to a piste or parcel cj land i eitaatod ia Lumraorhui tawesalp,' Cambria ' : county,' adjoining Uad3 cf Ephralra Crura-' Eaos Ellis,' and others, containing two baa- dred acres, iaore c? less, about one hundred" " acres of 'which ara cleared, haviEg-.tL.-rca".' erected a,two story k j hcaae and leg bara,1 aowia thaC"5cupaacy of the said Jaa. Burke. . pibeeC? parcel of. land citaatsd Ia Sarsmerhill township, Cambria county.' ad- -r 1 joining lards of Jauh WeaiierJohn Kcepx per, and ethers,- coa;naiE3. par husdrcid acres, mors c r leas, havii. tacrecu erected-' plank hona9,r.'owia theoecwpanej ,r jHzZt'ei J ShortLIll end EIlas'Terbel, and a steam ea:? taill, now in.tba occupancy c-f the sail Jca.-v Burke- . - " .'".:; -v; : .Taken latoerecutica and to ba soli -at its' i suit ef J. Y. M'Lafhlia & Co., for use cf fm. F.-U'Lacghlm. . . , : : JAME3 HTTZ3, Sheriff - , Sheriff Ofacs, Ebensburg, May l$tU5fy UN THE ORPHiilTS' COUET OrVl CAMBRIA COUNTY. Notice is hcnl ' . given ' that the following arpraksmcata cf ' certain perccnal properties of decadents, ea-' lected and set apart for "the widows cf Intes tates, under Act -of Assembly .cf the 11th cf " April 1851, have been filed in the Ergi :i-r-olice at Ebensburg, and. will ba presented - to tha urphana; Uourt for approval, ea yeu , nesday the 5th day of June next, to wit : Appraisement of certain personal prcperi ty of Thcu-a3 Rogers, lata cf Ccnemauh. ' township, dee'd. set apart for the ida'cf ' 'Appraisement cf certain Tarawa! r.rr-ri' ty cf Andrew M'Grain, late of Clearfield t.,: fcr tha widow cf 'saJt epart usceas-aa s decedent. .'" .ppi late cf CI: ia! property cf. v; 1 tO wTH m mi .0 ship; dee'd, Ect apart for the widow cf f deeedeat, ' -. '-";- - . " -Appraisement cf certain pcraal p?cr-r' ty cf Jocob Burkey, hte cf.Croyia townsLipi. deceased, . set apart far. the widow 'cf- raid t. - ' JAiii..5 GifeliET, C.ere. 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