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IMBIUi PBBBJUN BUESSUl'HCi, lA.l 180" t-HPAY. TrVorPATlC STATE TICKET. o.v. Democratic county ticket. ' fui: Assr ri.v : r )N. JOHN 1. LINTOX, Johnstown. For. siiK in ff : i t JOHN A. liLAlU, Lbensburg. KOU TKHASCiiEB : JOHN COX, Couemaush. - OHX A. KKNNEDY, Carrolltown. ' ' j CUT t-OMMISSlOKEa t " f JOHN liL'CK, Carrolltown. ! FOR POOR. TIOU.SU 1'IRF.l TvR :' L JOHN 1. THOMAS, Ebensburg. f fob. Auurrons : KDW. D- EVANS, Croyle, o years. J- JOHN F. ALLEN, Yoder, 1 year. I ror. coeoser : H J. A. IIAKKOLD, Johnstown. CUAXCS or BASE. After the democratic nominations h.-v n xii made, a few rotten radicals at Johns .wn undertook the task of getting up itle disaffection among the democrats, in t 1 rder to bring "grut to their own mill. fj ccordingly communications, pretending f ' ! rome from di.atiefied democrats, were 'A;bli.-dicd in the "By Authority" radica "gan at Johnstown, and copied into the Onii-official organ r.t Ebensburg. These .'j'rnmunications were as democratic as a " Idical could make them the word "cop ,"rhead" did not occur once but still -icy wanted the ring of the true demo- ". yatic metal. v For instance, while studiously avoiding 'jC slang phrase "copperhead," Thomas 'jj'Jji:EKN-and Jons Thomas are called - atures a term that no democrat could 'i s ply to either of tlesc gentlemen. It is " dy that party which scorns the industri ':s mechanic that could use such terms. r, MT'rcen, against his will, wa3 placed nomination at the request of the "Wil- v lore" and other country delegate?, and uld not serve ; and theso men, after .,-raplaining that a radical was appointed the vacancy, are working with that .dical to di-feat the democratic ticket. v. M'Breen ar.'l his friends will appre , ate this scurrilous attack. John Thomas is a laborious, self-edu-iitcd artizan. No decent man of any arty ill deny. either h"i3 honesty or ca '.icily. And tho?e who think to defeat pri'ht5 ,','h-r-.ir.dod men, like Mr. Thom- i ecp. lhiu creature?', will find .worsted "in the elfort. il.tnc was delighted with the a ''inuss" thot would civc its ' portion of the loves and fishes. . ::ted, c c cathedra, that ths rads. make no nomination, and between ..id f.nd the disaffected democrats would take a nice thing of it. The Tribune felt ort of good. - Hut the "power Ichind the throne" did jf. turn out to be "greater than the irone" itvjlf. The Kadical County Com- fit tee Lave called the Padical Convention $ Hgetlier not to made terms with demo- ra'.s not to recommend the support of olunteer democrats not to attempt any 3" " 'bargain and sale" but to ?:c:;:i::ate a - adical county ticket. Thus ends the agita Hon, and leaves the democrats to defeat a cktt of negro loving, Union hating radi- rIs to the tune of some thousand majority. mm- 31 R. IIL.YRY O'HARA. y The I Judical papers seem to have taken ); sudden liking to Mr. OTIara, although ney have heretofore denounced him, arid $ , hose who thought with him, as "traitors," .'copperheads," itc. Mr. OTIara under tands these gentlemen, and knows as - veil as they do what their oljject is. Mr. O'llara is an upright citizen an : I'oncst man. He is, besides, fully quali-'V-cd for tho position of Director of the oor, and Lad he been the choice of the Jouveation e very true democrat would at 1 J nco have rallied to his support. And in l Lat case, thcc radical friends of his would . itil call him traitor and copperhead, and itchiu for somebody else to defeat the picket. It ii not love for Mr. OTIara .hey have it is toe for tho democratic v- icktt. ..; Some half dozen names were before the Convention for Poor Director all of them t ood democrats, all competent men. The Majority fell upon Mr. Thomas. Had it Vden upon another, Mr. Thomas and his lends would have supported him chcer iUy, and Mr. O'llara, as a good denio at, will do precisely the same. The fact of Mr. O'llara not being nomi-- . ited is no proof against either his fitness V his worth. The fact that Munster ; twnship hud the rilicd for six out of . elve years may have contributed to tlie 4-ult. But it is funny'enough to see the -dicals breaking their hearts about an ice not worth more than SCO per year. ;IIon. VfM. M. Kammi.l has been re mhiinatcd for State Senator in the Schuyl lj district, over Hon. tt. Peilly. The fctood: KunJaii 130, licilly 59. In lSe Sacretl Xamc of Union It lias JPerpetisated Disunion. This charge we fearlessly make against the Kadical party. W hen Abolitionism bad brought about a civil war, all parlies in the North sustained the government in lutting down the rebellion, because all par- tics in the North were assured this would restore the Union. The rebellion has been put down. It is some two years and a half since the reb els surrendered and disbanded their armies on the only terms required of them lay- their arms and renewing their allegiance to the Constitution and laws. This they have done, and yet we are. as far from having a Union restored now as we wero then. The South, instead of be ing allowed to govern itself, and compelled to do so at its own expense, 13 now gov erned by a standing army at the expense of the North, And thus we are grond to the earth with taxes to support sover eign States that are able and willing to support themselves, if they were allowed to do so. And the Union never will he restored so loivj as tne radicals are in jioiccrl Will not the people think of these things I Gex. Gkant. The following from the New York World takc3 the view pretty generally held by the Democratic press in relation to Gen. Grant and the Presiden cy : General Grant is under a moral neces sity of respecting the great renown of his past services. It is beneath him to play any common pan in vulgar ponacs. inu Presidency can be nothing to him ; he has a more valuable cilice, Dut if, in the hands of Providence, he could be an instrument for tranquiiizing the country, that is an honor for which be could aiford to sacrifice ease, congenial pursuits, and the possibility of still greater fame as a soldier. God forbid that he should de scend into the arena of party contents. If ho cannot be elected President without such a descent, he can do no good in the Presidency. Our torn, lacerated, exas perated country needs soothing, needs pa cilication, needs oil on the troubled waters, which still toss and dash after the recent tempest. We would no more have Gen eral Grant become a party politician than if he had lived in Washington's time, we would have wished him to give and re turn party blows. As Washington was elected and re-elected on the strength of his character and services, without pledges either asked or given, we trut that Gen. Grant will be elected, if at all, in the same way and with the same generous confi dence. Having restored the authority of tlio government, we hope that he may add the highest CIVIC to the highest military fame by restorinir long lose cordiality cf feelinir. The Latest Hlmoi: is tmi: Conovei: Cask. The latest rumor is that a man named K:;b, who was arrested i'jr frauds upon the Treasury, was for a tim-j con fined in the ceils at the jail here with fc'ais fjrd Conover, and he hail opportunities of becoming familiar with Conover's move ments, and the results of his frequent in tei views with Mr. Impeacher Ashley. It appears that when 'the Congressman went to visit the perjurer, the latter was taken from his cell and permitted to see his visi tor in a room down stairs, and the inter views lasted sometimes two or three hours. On one of thesa oe.CHSions it is said that Conover was busily writing, and had many paper.; befoie him when Mr. Ash!ey called. Going to meet his visitor he neg lected to put up his papers, and Kabe h: d the curiosity to examine them. He found them to be certain statements which some party or parties unknown was to swearti. Their contents were briefly noted, and it is now asserted that the testimony of cer tain witnesses at the Surratt trial corres pond exactly with the statements previ ously prepared by Conover in his prison cell. It is further said that the truth of this can be demonstrated most clearly. 1 1 'as.'diujton Cvrrc.2ondcnce Baltimore Sun. T - f Assassination ok Loitz. Gen. Lopez, the traitor wlto betrayed Maximilian, has been assassinated. The occurrence is thus described by a letter writer : Lopez was stopping at a Hotel in Puebla, where his wife spurned bird from her presence. Ear ly one morning a Mexican arrive 1, and familiarized himself with an hostler in a livery stable adjoining the hotel. Gen. Miguel Lopez was inquired for, but not being in, the stranger was told that the General woulj be at dinner. liefore the dinner hour Lopez returned, and was pointed out to the stranger, who made spe cial note of his man. When dinner vyas called, Lopez and his assasdn occupied opposite seats at the table. After some minuter, during which time the stranger called for and drank a glass of wine, he deliberately rose, drew a concealed knife, and sprang upon Lopez and stabbed him nine times. The stranger then took his hat, and as he started to leave, said, "This is.the way all traitors should be paid." No one interfered, or prevented tho assas- sia from leaving. Thus was the blood of Maximilian, Muanion, Mejia, yes, and thousands of others avenged. A Si'iiirrc.Yusr" Stoicy. The Bos ton Caumoniceuttt has the following: "The railroad conductor with a flower In his mouth is well known to travelers on a certain line into Hoston. Summer and winter one always stes a flower between his teeth, as if it grew there. It is said that many years ago the lady he was to marry died ; that eoon after he received a communication from her spirit that as long as he kept a flower in his mouth she would be hovering near him, and that with a constancy and fidelity almost unparalleled, for nearly twenty years he has adhered to this poetic custom." Two ferrymen and two passengers were carried over Niagara Falls at a late hour on Tuesday evening. Their bodies have not becu recovered. I UTTlTtTO ATI ITITST TTTTTTT I Captain Thomas II. O'Brien, a Fe nian confined for two years in Dublin prison, has been released, and has arrived in Troy. A promising young man named John Gray, of New Pottsville, Chester county, died a few day3 ago from the effects of violent exertion in playing base ball. , Empress Carlotta, wife of Maximil ian, is in better spirits, and her mental condition has slightly improved. She knows Maximilian is dead, but fancies he died from fever. At one of the stations of the Union Pacific Kailroad, two sacks of flour and ten barrels of ale were recently delivered. The question is what do they intend to do with so much Hour. Three men were drowned in a mash tub in a distillery in New York, on Mon day last. One of them fell in accident ally, and the others lost their lives in at tempting his rescue. At a pic-nic near Vicksburpr, on Thursday, poison was put in the re freshments by some unknown parties. Five whites and three blacks died, and six or eight persons are not expected to survive. Mr. liradlev, Surra tts attorney, has been arrested and held in 2,000 bail to answer for sending Judge Fisher a note, which is construed to mean a challenge to fight a duel, although liradley says he did not 8 intend it. A negro and white girl from War ren, Ohio, were married at Sharon, Mer cer county, this State a few days ago by a Padical justice of the peace. "The world moves," exclaims a ltadicai organ over the occurrence, but it neglects to say which way. Mrs. Patrick Mahar, of Dubuque, Iowa, fell into a mineral shaft forty feet deep which had become overgrown Mith prass and weeds, one night a couple weeks since, and was not found until noon the following day. She received but slight injuries. Edward P. Weston has been match ed to walk from Portland, Me,, to Chica go, 111., a distance of twelve hundred miles, in thirty consecutive days, and not to walk on Sundays, leaving but twenty- six days in which to perform the feat. The stake is 10,000. The forger Killian alias Pankin, when held for trial in Harrisbnrg for pre senting a forged check at the Mechanics' Hank, coolly informed the Mayor that he could not furnish the 5,000 bail demand ed unless he would take a check on the Second National Hank of Pittsburgh. An enterprising individual in MUwau kie sold a quantity cf barreled sand and salt leecntly for pork, but the weather was so warm thr.t the purchaser?, unable t) sc why there was no leakage, examin ed tho packages, and caused his prresf. Some 20,000 had been realized by this speculation. Since the "revelation," the Kadlcal papers have said a great many hard things about Conover, but in all our exchanges we see nothing more severe than a remark of the Portland, Maine, I'rcss, which calls the disclosures ci vonov er "an attempt (!) of Messrs. to destroy the character Ashley nR,1 Holt." It is understood that Maj. Gen. Geo. II. Thomas has been assigned to the com mand of the Fifth Military District, in place of Maj. Gen. Sheridan, who has been transferred to the command of Mis souri, from which Maj. Gen. Hancock has been assigned to the Department of the Cumberland, in place of Gen. Thomas. li'anque Hey, the first Turkish Minis ter ever accredited to this Government, ar rived in Washington Saturday night, ac companied by his secretary and attendants, and forming a retinue that attracted quite a crowd of spectators at the hotel where he is stopping. He was to be formally leccivsd by the Government on Wednes day. It is stated that on the death of Pope Pius IX. the goverment of France would strongly urge the election of Dishop Du panloup, of Orleans, as his successor. Hishop Dupanloup has the reputation of being, in every respect, one of the ablest l'omuti Catholic bishops novliving; and if elected Pope, would probably soon mako his mark as one of the greatest Popes of modern times. The "stolid Dutch," as one of tho Massachusetts Kadical organs calls our people, are preparing to give Judge Wil liams, of Connecticut, a vigorous "set back" in October. They want a man on the Supreme Hench honest enough and conscientious enough to be governed by laws, constitutions and facts, and not to be the tool. of a lot of greedy politicians. A New Haven Geiuinn named Loughan, found his wife and five children in the street when he returned from his work last Friday, the landlord having ejected them for not paying the rent in advance. His wife made two attempts to kill herself and baby that night, but was prevented, and on Saturday Mx. Loughan had several apoplectic fits, from which he will probably not recover. Three men were arrested five years ago for committing a murder in Coventry, P. I., but were discharged for want of evidence. They have been again arrested, and a woman named Wood testifies that the accused had the murdered man in her cellar for a fortnight and then threw the body into the river, wdierc it was found. She had been intimidated by them until now. The examination took place on Saturday, for trial. The murdered man's name was Andrew. The crime was com mitted for 10. Canales has raised the standard xf revolt in Mexico anfl is operating in the neighborhood of Matamoras. Thi3 is the earliest fruit of the Escobedo butchering programme. Canales is a spirited and determined partisan leader, and is not likely to be alone in such a move ment as he has commenced. If Juarez intends to build up a government in Mexi co founded upon law, justice and equity, lie had better take measures to convince the people of that fact, and then such movements as thoso of Canales will be impossible. Phenomenon is Ireland. Kev. Pat rick Malone, parish priest of Uelaaullet, writes to a Dublin paper about an extra ordinary convulsion of nature which oc curred within eleven miles of that town a few nights ago. The "side of a mountain was raised from its bed, and suddenly breaking up into huge fragments, proceed ed down the inclined surface, carrying destruction in its course, until it spent its fury in the waters of the Atlantic" The portion of mountain which broke up con tained an area of about forty acres, and although the elevation was net more than one foot in fifteen, the great altitude from which the subterranean current ascended accounts, lie thinks, for the irresistible force which attended it. Hundreds of large fragments, pome of them measuring two thousand cubic feet, are now, Mr. Malone says, to be seen thrown in on either side and strewn upon the undisturbed plane, without the appearance of water having accompanied them there. His explana tion of the phenomenon is that the great drought of the preceding two months cre ated a vacuum between the neat sui face and its gravelly substratum. The heavy fall of rain being pressed into the cavity produced the eruption. Several families had a narrow escape of Uttj. lives, tome persons having been carried forward a dis tance on the moving and breaking ground. The bog debris is scattered over the crops of several poor men, a road is blocked by the fragments, a dale closed up, and a val ley created, "where nothing but a moun tain appeared before." Ci'iuous Case, A Hoston savings bank has lately had a strange case of mistaken identity. About four years ago a one armed man called, saying he wished to draw money deposited there several years before but had lost his bank book. The treasurer asked him if he could prove his identity, and he said that he had formerly driven a cart for a well-known coal mer chant in the city, and in his employ had lost his arm. Hie coal merchant was summoned, and at once said he nc agnized the man, although he was somewhat changed in appearance, and that he was all right : and signed a bond in the claim ant's favor, who departed with his money. Nothing more was heard of the matter till about a month or so ago, w hen another one-armed man claiming the same name as the first, entered the bank with his book in his baud and demanded his deposit, lie told the same story as to his identity as the first, said he had been in prison these many years, and the coal merchant was summoned to decide. At once the merchant said that before ho had been de ceived, that the other man was an impos tor, but this was the right man, and with the utmost good nature paid the bond he had eigned four years before ; and a sec ond time the money was paid. The ex planation probably is that both these one armed men had been in the same prison to gethor, had talked and planned together, and together had been successful hi their swindle. A Gueat Natural CrniosiTT. The Sentinel, published at Jacksonville, Oregon, of the 12th ult., says: ".Several of our citizens returned last week from a visit to the great sunken lake, situated in Cas cade Mountains, about seventy-five miles northeast of Jaskaonville. This lake ri vals the famous va'doy of Sin bad, the Sail or. It is thought to average 2,000 feet down to the water, all around. The walls are almost perpendicular, running down into the water, and leaving no beach. The depth of the water ls uuknown, and its surface is smooth and unruflled, as it lies so far below the surface of the mountain that the air currents do not affect it. Its length is estimated at twelve miles, and its breadth at ten. "No living man ever, has, probably ever will be able to reach the water's edge. It lies silent, still, and mysterious in the bo som of the "everlasting hills," like a huge well, scooped out by the hands of the giant genii of the mountain, in unknown ages gone by, and around it the primeval forests, watch and ward are keeping. The visiting party fired a rifle several times into the water, nt an angle of forty five degree, and were able to note several seconds of time from the report of the gun until the ball struck the water. Such seems incredible, but is vouched for by t-ome of our most reliable citizens. The lake is, certainly, a most remarkable curi osity." A Good Exmtlk. An exchange pa per thus records the good example of a prominent Democrat, in the proper dis semination of Democratic principles: "One of our subscribers came to our office one day last week and renewed his subscrip tion for another year. He then ordered a copy of the paper to be sent to his two brothers and one to his workman, and paid for them in advance, remarking that "these were times when uen ought to read the truth." Werrecord this example of an humble but earnest Democrat with pleasure. It is worthy to be followed by others. Let the people read sound papers and understand fully the aim and object of the Jacobin leaders, and there will be a change in public opinion. Old men should encourage the young men to take and read the Democratic papers. Let them grow up with correct principles" We commend the above to the consideration of our friends in this county. EURORS OV YOUTH. A gentleman who suffered for years from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who need it, the recipe 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 addressing, in perfect confidence, JOHN B. OGDEN. 42 Cedar street N. Y. Du. Strickland : Having used your Anti Cholera Mixture during the cholera epidemic here last summer, and induced others to do the sarao, in cases that had all the cholera symptoms, in every caso it promptly check ed the disease, I believe it's the best rem edy known for cholera and diarrhoea of every form, aud advise thoso afflicted to try CUoato & Nabcr, Cincinnati. Use tub Best. Blades' EuvhoniaX Lu bricators are a medical preparation in the form of a Lozenge, and ar3 universally con sidered the most pleasant, convenient and ef fectual remedy la uso for Hoarseness, Coughs, Colds, Croups, Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Diptheria, and all Pulmonary Complaints. They are warranted to give quicker and more lasting benefit in the above affections than any other remedy. Also to contain no deleterious ingredient, and not to t fiend the weakest and most sensitive Stomach. Wades' Constitution Pills are so called be cause of their peculiar effect upon the Liver, Stomach, Blood and Kervous System. For inactivity of the Liver, for the Stomach in derangement, or Dyspepsia, they will de light the patient with their mild and bene ficial effect, especially if after long continued indigestion and costiveness, they are left with periodical returns of the Sick Headache. In case of a severe cold, producing Chills and Fever, you can break it very soon by usiug the Pills as per directions with each box. JOHN II. BLADES & CO., aug8-7y Proprietors, Klmira, N. Y. For sale by all Druggists ; 25 cts. per box. Tun Gbeatest Pain-Reliever in the Would. Warranted superior to any other, or no pay, for the cure of Chronic Rheuma tism, Toothache. Headache, Sore Throat, Slumps, Burns, Cuts, Insect sttDgs, Pains in the Bark, Chest, and Limbs, Sprains, Old Sores, Swellings ; also, to take internally for Diarrl oei. Dysentery, Colic, Spasms, Sea sickness, omiting, and Croup. It is per fectly innocent to take internally, if used according to the directions, and nevtr fails, as thou.-ands can attest. It was first intro duced in 1S47, and now millions of bottles are annually sold. Every one who has once used it, continues to do so, and recommend it to their frien ls as the most valuable medi- ciue extant. Certificates enough to fill a doze a newspapers have been received bv Dr. Tobias. His medicine, the Venetian Liniment, will do' all that is stated, and more. Xo one will reiiret trvinij it. Those residing at a distance from a physician, will find it a reliable medicine to have on hand in case of accidents. Ask for Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment, ami take no other Price o0 cents anil $1. Sob! by all Drug gists. Depot, 5G C .rtlandt Street, N. Y. TO CO.SI7JUTlVCS. The advertiser, having been restored to health iu a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suffered for Fevtra years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it, lie will send a copy of the prescription used (free of charge) with the directions for preparing and using the same, which they will find a sure cure tor the Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and Lun Affections. The object of the advertiser ia sending the Prescription is to benefit the afflcted, and spread information which he conceives to bo invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer wwl try his remedy, as it wil cost them nothing, and may prove a bless ing. Parties wishing the prescription, free by return mail, will please address 11L KDWARl) A. WILSON, Williamsburg Kings Gj., 2ww York. uoino nnr i-ast. tins is an age o wonderful inventions. The minds of inpe nioua mm have brought forth machinery fa cilitating and making labor easv. And among the rest the Blacksmith has not been forgotten, for I. C. Singer has invented machine which makes the process of bending light or heavy tires, bands, etc., an easy am very pleasant task. This machine is caucrce1 and numbered so as to tell exactl- where to place the rollers in order to bend any detired diameter. Hundreds of references cau be given". To get the machiue, address It. II. Singer, Ebensburg, Pa. N. B. A few State rights remain to to dispoed f. None need apply for Pennsyl vania, as the inventor intends holding it fur the purpose of selling machines. P- S. The., place to get j our horso well bhod, your wagon tire made and general blacksmithing done, is at li. II. Singer's shop, near Isaac Evans' tannery. A Stimulating Toxic Life Bitters- Good health is a biessing. The way to enjoy such is to take a wine glass full of Strickland's Life Bitters two or three times a day. They create a good appetite ; the' gfc-engthen the stomach ; they euro habitual Constipation, Nervousness, and Headache; they make the old foel young. If you wish long life and good health, use Strickland's Life Bitters. For sale in bottles by Drug gists, and by the drink at all saloons and groceries. WHOLESALE IT. D.W.IIARSIIBERGER&CO., MAIX STREET, orrosiTE sco tt house, JOHNSTOWN, PA., Keep constantly for sale the largest and best assortment of pure PEUGS & MEDICINES IS CAMBRIA COUNTY. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Alcohol, Turpentine, Pure Wines and Liquors, best brands, 4000 Lbs. White Lead, DYES. DYESTUFFS. GIAS5, PUTTY, And in fact everyiJiing lept in a frsi-class Drug Store, all oftchidc will be SOLD AT CITY PRICES, MiSHLER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS, by the dozen or by the gallon. OUK STOCK OF Perfumeries and Toilet Articles is acknowledged by all judges to be tho LARGEST m QUANTITY AND FINEST IN QUALITY OV ANY IS OUK. TOWN. SOLK AGENTS KOU 13 AND rl Hfa SI mm SHARP'S JSIAGIC OINTMENT ! ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED AT LOWEST PRICES. JcliDstown, Amj. 15, lS67.-Jy. U . J v... A VARIETY ! STYLE ! BEAUTY ! 1A1EE1 MORE NEW SUMMER GOODS AT Lowest Prices ! A NEW AND EXTENSIVE STOCK. OF ry (Sootls D3ESS GOODS, CLOTHING, NOTIONS, &c, I DEFY Competition! EITHER IN and invite the ATTENTION OF" PimCHASERS TO MY SUPERB STOCK OP Clump Goods V. S. m BARKER EBENSMRG, CAMBRIA CO.. PENNA. EGISTElfS NOTICE. - tice is hereby aiven tl.ot i r accounts have been passed and fi'ed in fv5 Register's Office at Ebensburg, anj , nreHented to the ( IrnViana' r. ... ..r ' . -J WVVM liliBlr 1,1 H . . - presented to the Orphans' Court of (W Monday the 2d day of September text' wit : ' on to The accouut of Sarah Jane Morrinon ecutrix of Abraham Morrison, late of l.lX' town, dec d. The second account of Enos C. McMal!" and Cecilia Wilt, adm'rs of Joseph Ww late of Clearfield twp.. dee'd. l The accKiiut of C. li. El!is. Trustee, A-c of Adam Cover, late of Johnstown, de'c ' The lirat and final account of George V Emnfield, Adm'r of George Wilkinson i..' of lilacklick twp..dec'd. ' " The account of John Griffin, adm'r of Edward Griflin.late of Allegheny tvn.,w The sixth and final account of Jane U.,J land, acting executrix of John Mikin, late of Blacklick twp. dee'd. The tenth and final account of John Dj. bcrt, adm'r of John Dilert, late of J. town, dee'd. The second account of Sarah Duncan admr'x oJ James Duncan, Ute of LlacLi .i-' twp., i!tc d. The account of Mrs. Annie Ilocrle, aini'i of Casper Hoerle, Ute of Johnstown, dec'' The third and final accouut of Saruii Lenhart aud Daniel W. Gouglmour, ai',, of Benjamin Lenhart, late cf Johnstown dee'd. The first and final account of Daniel Mur phy, guardian of Jane Murphy and Ridel Murphy, minor children of John Muri-hy late of Richland twp.. dee'd. ' The firbt and final account of Rachel A. Sloan. Adm'x of William T. Sloan, late Vf Ebensburg, dee'd. The fiitt account of William V. Tve" guardian of the minor childreu of Juha Mul liulleo, late of White twp , dee'd. , The first and final account of D.ivi-1 . Jones, executor of David J. Evans, .c l Cambria twp., dee'd. The first ;ecount of Christian P. H-,tic: executor of Isaac Horner, late of RicLiutd Twp., dee'd. The first and final accouut of Jjlm p. Rocs, adm'r cum testamen'o anwxn of An 1:3 Rese, late of Blacklick twp., lcc'd. The second and fiual account of Wi'H.ira Kittell, adm'r of Juhu Reese, late of blk Ikk twp.. dee'd, of the peroual estate. The paitial account of Wm. Kittrll, trus tee for the sale of certain rexl ii-tate, ..f which Daniel Dimond, late of Munster twj,., died seized. The first account of Emma Pi ingle, a im's of John Pringle, late of Wilinore IkTun-L, deo'd. Tho second account of George M. fteivlp, adm'r of liobcrt Davis, late of EboUsburi,', dee'd. The final account of Wm. llerrinjrton an Levi B. II-Tubcriier. adm'rs of Jacob lira! lier, late of Johntowu. dee'd. JAMES GRIFFIN. Register. Register's Office, Ebensburg, Aug. 3, 1S0T. A CHANCE FOR A 1JARGAIN'. FARM FOR SALE. The Farm owned and occupied by tho snb?criber, situ ated in Munster township, Cambria county, four miles south-east of Elwnsburg and one fourth mile from Samuel O'ilara'a Mill, con taining 121 ACRES and allowauce, if i.fcrcl for sale on reasonable terrr.8 and easy pay ments. Eighty acres of the above lain! arc cleared, under good fence, and in excellent farming c-udition. The improvements con sist of a two-storv PLANK HOUSE an! large FRAUK P.AR.V. both in good pie-r vafion, as well as all other liexis.wy ouN buildings. An extensive orchard ofc)iicv fruit trees ami never-failing springs of ev.tS lent water are on the premises. Further in formation can be obtained bv making ; :'.: cation to DANIEL O'HARA. Munster Tp., May SO. ISOT.-tfJ Notice. To-viTirTsTravtr ' and Susannah, his wife, l)anil Was sam and Lucinda. his wife, Matild.i GV.d aud Mary Martha Gun. heirs and legal renreci-Utive-s of Llizat.elli Cam. dee'd : Take i" tice that an inquest will he beid at the hie dwelling of Eiizabtth Cain, h.te of Tiyur township, Gimbiia county, dee'd, on Fri.Uv the SOth day of August next, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon r.f that day ..for the purposed making partition of the real estate of sail deceased, to and among her children and le gal representatives, if the same ran le d. re without prejudice to or spoiliug of the whole, otherwise to value and appraise the same, at which time and place yem are icci!es!eJ to atteed if you think proper. JAMES MYERS. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Ebensburg, July 17, ISt'T. OTICE. To Luke Myers and Marsraret. his wife and ti H.-nrv Carle. heirs and legal representatives of" Henry Kiise, dee'd : Take notice that aa inquest will be held at the late dwelling of Ikr.ry Krise, laic of Clearfield township, C.imbri county, dee'd, on Saturday the 31st day f August next, at 1 o'clock iu the aftern.H.nof that lay. for the purpose of making j': tion of the real estate of said deceased, t'aui among bis children and legal representatives, if the Fame can be done without prejudice t or spoiling of the whole; otherwise to value and appraise the same, at which time a.iJ place you are requested to attend if von this fit. JAMES MYERS, Sheriff. Sheriff's Ofilce, Ebensburg, July 16, 1S&"- VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE The subscriber offers for sale Lis F:3 Bituatcd in Carrpll township, Cambria ch-d ty, about 2 J miles from Carrolltown hnrtirc-f on the road leading to Hinebaug! Mill Said Farm contains over 82 acres, nnwl cf it cleared aud under good fence, with com fortable twostory Plank House and W Barn thereon erected. There is a larger chard of excellent fruit and several spris?' of pure water on the premises one ci - latter close to the house as well as ft stress of water running through the middle of t land. This property will bo sold on kir and easy terms. For further inforrnftt'00 apply to the undersigned at Lilly's SUtioP. or to Archibald Smith, on the farm. myS0.-8m DAVID SMITH PRIVATE SALE? The subscri ber offers at Private Sale two valubl tracts of TIMBER LAND, situate in Jk" son township, Cambria county, and kno as the "Lloyd Property." Also Four ot er valuable tracts of LAND, situate in C bria and Jackson townships, and known the "Pensacola Property." Also Tw" FARMS adjoining the borough of Ebenbfc one containing about 100 acres; theotter about 150 acres. Tho buildings arc all w good repair, with never-failing spring 01 water near the houses. ,j OCT Persons wishing to purchase or 1 Farms or Timber Lands, will do well J calling on me before buying or offering th for sale. F. A. SUOEMAKEK. ap.ll.tf. Att'y at Law, Ebensbinfr L AST NOTICE.-Tho eubscn- bcr regret th nerKi!fv which cofflf him to leave all bi notes. boki, etci"8: ding the books of E. Glass & Co., "P to AF? 1st, 1865, with a Justice for collecuon. . . . m r, . 1 V,li Will R ier ina nrst day 01 oepwancsr u. bo done. . B. L'JOLLNSTCX.