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SLEXSEULG, PA.t
Dfg. 12, 18C7.
pBtSluExT's Mkssaok We need offer no
f r devoting so uuch noact this week
,i f lul'li' "'""1 of this important, able and
i sri.it:!iie production. We feci sure that
V.e 5 ave PerusvJ fc wi5' no hegrudge
fcvi-r toothers i f our subscribers who
tji! tij'11' Fretman to furnish it to
J ' a1! who have r.ol read it should not
ro s. as it will wt'l repay. perusal.
7 UK rilEE31AJi.
Wwthat the long winter evenings ar
f a"..wear0 determined increase the
... -. ....is of the Cambria Freeman, and
'L:i it pleasurt fireside companion. For
f-e'.jre ; it other avocations have pre
T.;,: .; it it'i doing our wh Je duty in this
r. , -t. In we Are determined to make am
,wnt'a for the future and tee can.
' -;t stall nuke it a point to render our
,j t.iil c.him'.s more interesting, not only
.(...-ruMithe quantity but also the quai
,;.t .iiit !.t. Our leaders shall, at the
Lr.'i t-'uie. h put in possession of all the
' ."',! rifw -f e C'-unty ; so that when they
t ; if Fi 'iman. they may feel sure
j ; ,v i v'- a'd the local information
We are a'vi under promise of correspond
r,cr ir -'til Washington and Harrisburg dui-r-t;,;
. e vl 3 f C"Dgr.- am! the State
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.i ll!' , ai.o iiaf .-n.atje nas promise l to
e I. s tr.iv U Iffore the holiday's.
Ifitl si c-e iiiCrw.-iL'd attractiuiiM, the Free-
;,;n :. u M he a vi.-itur at at every fireside
2 (Vn.'-rU c u'ty. We trr.st that thoe
t ... rtt.'o- u:id appreciate it will urge its
cri'i'..::. n ;:ni: tiuir ueihbc rs. The hc--o-
..- .f the tirw year would be a good
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It.tl 'i HiU.-'.ru.ri.i 10 L'j.nii.t-ijce. vui ir.
r-i-e t.as b..-.-n tio.v biace the enterprise
ar.l
'lie cry ia fctl'.l tl.cy Cidc."
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w i r.e fcak our fiends to help u in the
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A. I. tUZSTC.
'r." cotiue.rth.n with the Prteman
:v n-tT had ofiaMoii oj biuh .ir uny
; .ipp.:ioii Ul 'ts tv-lr.i:?is, imtii lart
;, '.si.t 'i a .!. tr Matie.l by A. 1. Gite
;:vcu lis oci-rt-ioii f.r fehame and regret
i.;t;i..t we l e.'Uiiitod i t:r a !umn. to
i 1'. -r ';u!n!'.us abuae. and regret that
nn.t.ej A. i. Crtsfj to cxpoiMj him if
-l! .- i y hU f iolis-h and abitvu toin-
a"ii Y r this we owe our readers ,
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aud rt; proceed l.t n:.tke
.i ee wks sinre A. D. Ciu-te ca-llc l
: w if wt W'.uid i-ub'h an ani-
: i") in refvieT.ce to the I :;r 11 -use.
; ..: in the :if:i:mMivs, j'riJnI it
'. in decent language. Th paper
:v i in, and th.-ugh v e did njt a-.I-we
at once give it a pi.Ci'.
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t:.r i.gh
; we peinil'
the svu.t
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a ns.
liO.e-.i t-;rr.i?
Ut:;e we 6U2 p'-ici
me
eu.:
. i r; f the St Wffck of
:ti..d that A. 1. Jii-te
'ii.ir ciiiius;caUuii. Il:
' ' I t ' " :-" cl " i-s-iona! buit-e:. an 1 re
H . th'j i nr-itr ir-.-iu':-e of A. I. C.ieto
biiii !.. an I re-
V."i., ine aiiicie to go into tue ti-.tnuit
e.t -r wLUi ut fcuinieutly ttcan-
rv.fi.trs" v. til observe ti.at mt-tea't ot
'g to txhil-it inai-adudf-ifi'ratioD ol
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paper c 'mp-'v
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A pi Wiiial iihiise a mete veniiug of
-i Icon ii.nul a iiunibor oi' the n.u..t
' c un'ii ;;i the county. The Free-
i.cvei ti:tI.oLcd for such a piu-
Cr'.-'u livrs Rtveriil miles fiotn the
;fe, has never b en empl jed about
.oi.s to have hrtii etvedi oppin
Le paiip-ers; for burely Jame J.
"ttuiDg Steward of the Poor
hj io the eervaut f the Directors,
t letiiil the gossip of ihe Poor Hust;
purpi.se tif hhelliug his empiftv er.
ii kind oi per.-T.al venom he would
iti.'itf'-s i f ti.e Freeman.
Ps.
J'- y. .ve uo dc'.ibt, notw iihstanding a'l
'f C;i r: bus .-a.d, that the (jam-
ij t ' Ih;iae v.iil he mar. aged as veli
lor."i r """micahj- hy the present JJoarJ aa
er-tht-f
hv which .John L). Thomas was sus-
f: tii i'em'Kracy, not w itlistandir g
cacit:
cntiv n
; to receive the tup port of A. I).
nil he fully vindicated by him iu an
.fit" '.rnjur.ee of his duties.
i
t-haro
r r...t f..l Til . r..r.i t t rj-'l tn r
Y tit, re assault and charge of cow ard-
i a r.nr. that fie never harmed, lne
i.' was brave enough to bare his
i j li e enemy on the plains of Mexico
the v.ti!eys e i Virginia, and w hom no
lc.au would call a coward, would,
"lit, be tK cowardly to slander his
r bocauso he thought olhtrs had
i i.im.
D.ore than to any other, we owe an
y t Mr. Hutchinson, of the AUe'jha
lh..u"h he and A. 1). Cnste bupport-
f-uie county ticket hiot fall, A. D.
l.-s i...t fail to make a rueau iusta ua
f T-l.it he dared nut charge openly,
; -T-e vi, tre is no man acquaiiittd with
h'-..,:! ; .sf n lut will spuin a charge to
;l I".-, ,'l0 lie,, gives the lie. While
;' hr cf ti c AlinjhaniaH and ourself
! and expect to have, political Con
:'sv, (j-xl forbid that our columns bhould
-1 aj-rse his private reputation,
"-icr.e-t with truth be availed. And
-&rdccr of John I). Thomas will tuti'er
httle from the attack of this calum-
r.
h'-e I'oor House controversy we have
1 sf'ator. We Old not fvor, and
'''mvt aked to favor, tha anuointmeut
v ( k
J ' MUvrmitt. We recommended an
f. vie deemed to be as well quali
l;. he or A. I- Criste. The lio 'rd
.1'-)U-se, what they thoiignC Jst but
fty ive A. D. Cr.hte uu excuse lor
"s l-huiathte, uni raising his hand
-;l 'he kadmg Democrats iu the
:' e are done with A. D. CrUte and
I'iKir UoiiKe controversy. The
Liis iabjred and brought forth its
." And, iu conclusion, we cougratu
. '.' V!,','lfcr'-'f the Freeman, the people
eoumy, and even A." U. Ciite,
' bit
etors of the Poor are managing
t " liousa in turh a maimer
the approbation of the people.
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u,t , o u.c iic eieeiiou v e ue- i
"(ir 1 jCtt of t'e Society known as
-(.r'-'By of the liepuMic," as be-ng
l. A mamhr nf th nr.u. ;n .T...n
P'tK ?t'ema''- ol respectability as
fh,t'ver t riy be elsewhere,
V ' n u ' Political, but chanta-
political, but cbanta
EDrToiaijTiK, Local and Geskkau.
O Jt uquehanna friend has 6ent eg his
t.8me just iu time to be too late for tho pub
lication of I is commnrication tbia week.
Vm. J. Stooe, of IIoMidayuburg, Pa., was
granted a patent, ou Not: 28th, for an im
proved axle box for cars.
We are indebted to lion. D. J. Morrell
for the "National American." Also to Mr.
Aristide R-dugne for copy of Preaideut'a
me?8nge,and reports of the different bureaus.
A nine year eld daughter of Mr. Thomas
I, Geary, of Unionville, Centre county, was
so seriously burned by her clothes taking
fire from the stove, a short time since, as to
render her recovery doubtful.
A mac giving the name of McClain, stop
ped at lha American House, Tyrone, Fri
day week, and on the Sunday following dis
appeared, taking with him two coats, sev
eral shirts, and a number of other articles
in all about $50 worth.
John Rumbftunh, a citizen of Motintpleas
ant township, Weetmon land county, aged
pome sixty years, hung himself in the baru
of Mr. Jacob I'oyeis.on Thanksgiving even
ing. He was not married, and had his home
with Mr. Boyera. He was in posse sion
of means amounting to $12,000 or $15,000,
which his aged mother inherit3.
Mr. David Arnheim, of Allegheny City,
arrived in Altoon.i from Philadelphia, on
j Monday morning last, to find himself minu3
a pocket book containing J1.CG0 in cash, a
certificate of deposit for $00. and a check
for $150. He occupiid a berth in a sleeping
car, and was elived of his treasure whiie
wrappsd ic the arms of Morpheus.
The dead body of Armstrong Henderson,
a freight conductor on the Pennsylvania
Railroad was fonnd on the track, tenibly
mangled, near Lawrenceville Station, on
Friday night last. The deceased leave a
wife and family at Bolivar, Westmoreland
county. Hr wa about forty-eight years of
age. and had been in the employ of the rail
road company for twelve years.
The BlvisviPe Press says: "Mr. Samuel
Hunter, of Ligonier. hung hiin-elf on Tues
day last, while the reat of the family was at
dinner. Mr. II. hid on'y been married
abu'U tlx uijnths. The cause of this rash
act, our informant s,:yt was attributed to
scene words that had taken plac between
his father and himself in regard to his es
travsg;iLt expendituie vf mouey."
Corr.T Pi'.ccr.CDiNi3 -We give below a
report of proceedings had in the Quarter
; JSes.-ioi.s f'orn Tues-liiy morning (when cur
j h.st report cx- ) until the auj urument of
i the G uit ou Thursdav evening of last week :
C ni';h vs. Monroe Scott; two indictments
for laictry and one for receiving stolen
goods. Guilty as to the two first arid not
guilty to the l..st. S.'utencod to pay a
fine of $10 hnd cost., and undergo eighteen
months imjriawtimerjt in the Penitentiary.
O ui'ih vs. Jane Ktath ; fornication.
District Attorney enters a noils prosequi ca
pa) meat of costs, by defendant.
Gim'ih vs. John I'.eJ and Patrick Storm;
refusing t- open a public rod. D:spost(i
-f as above.
Coui'ih vs. Michael Birrett; assault.
Guilty ; Eentececi to pay a line of $25 atid
Costa. .
G-m'th vs. Jatne3 E. Lav?.-ty; aeJmtton,
foi nicati'jn an 1 bastardy. Guiity. Motion
f-r a new tiial u:ade by hio counsel, Jos. ph
MelXrald and James C. liably, tsqi.
Michael U'emel, found guilty on two char
ger .f irtenv, w u aenttaced to pay a fine
I of aad coku in tacu case, and undergo
! two -rs 3vi thrrtJ matl. w:iitt.ry ju
! cueirtnt iu i'enitej.tiary.
Geo. Wglsih. Convicted tf Iatatny. Fen
ttT.ce i to two ysritrg iu Pyuiu-Qtiary, $3 fine
and coHts of prosecutioti.
D initi aiid Jo. Waltcra. found guilty of
assault aud battery, were eaoh ttutenced to
pay a fine of $3 and cot3.
Unnstiau Stroop, for a like otfvCie, $1 and
costs.
SECOND WEFK.
The present week i being devoted exclu
sively to the tiial of J he case of (Jilljs vs.
Pa. II. II., which gra.v out of the terrible
disaster in Johqstow q, last September a year.
It is a test case, and the evidence id being
taken down by a phonographer.
PtfcLIGTOCS I p.GCESSiOS IH JoUNSTuWK.
Our always welcome and ever interesting
corresH)ndeut, '"Sku Bd," has sent us a
fcomewhat lengthy epistle this week, but
owing to the crowded condition of our col
umns we are forced to cuatent ourselves with
the foUowing'extract lioai it. The baiatice
of the letter is altogether of a historical char
acter and wiil not spoil by keeping. Our
correspondent says : ,
Yesterday (Sunday) quite an unusual sight
was witnessed upon Jbe tttree(i of our town,
which was nothing more nor lets than a
monster processiouj headed by a baud cf
fourteen imtruments.
The prix:essioq was composed of the mera
bers of St. Joseph's German (Catholic; Asso
ciation, and the members of their church,
who were on their way to Cambria borough
to assiot in celebrating the feast of the "Im
maculate Conception." iu honor of which
the German Catholic church of that borough
was named. The procession was a tremen
dous one, and the music of the band, as they
broke the stillness of a quiet Sabbath mora,
attracted a crowd upon the streets such as
is seldom witnessed in Johnstown. Appro
priate services in honor of the Q leen con
ceived without siu" were held iu the church,
when the tremendous gathering dispersed,
quietly and ordcily, to their homes.
At Court. During Court wo had the
pleasure of meeting many friends who came
to the county seat either on business or for
pleasure. ...
Besile the Johnstown Attorneys, we met
Capt. Woodruff of the Democrat, looking
bale and hearty as ever. May he be able to
stand an hundred more campaigns, and each,
one as successful as the last. '
Jas. B. M'Creight, E; q, was also present
as a juror, and was warnny greeted by many
of his old friends; while Captain Benfjrd, of
the Scott House, did the amiable, and played
host to his friends. Maj. Kyckman jcprt
sented ably the police force cf Johnsown.
Capt. Porter, cf Hemlock, was also a short
time in town, as well as Sheriff Buck, Jury
Commiitsioner elect. Upon th? .whole the
week was a pleasant one.
To Those lNTEBii,iXEn.-rTIie iiooki and
accounts of Wm. H. McEnrue, late, publish
er of Democrat if Sentinel, have been left in
the hands rf the undersigned for collection.
AH persons indebted for subscription, adver
tising.etc, will Have costs by making pay
ment to me without rjelay. I will be at the
hotel of Henry Foster, in Ebe.ijsburg. during
the present week. . J -S. StbaTeb. J. P. '
Johnstown, Dec. 12, 1867. " "
.Ebensectbo Tba'dcIHeviivt Our nter
prising and wide-awake merchant friend! V.
S. Barker, has just had issued from the All
ghanian ofSce the second number of the
"Ebensburg Trade ' Review." It is brim
ming full of wit and wisdom all of which
is made subservient to the fact that the afore
said Barker wishes eTrrfbody to call at his
AstXKIOAlf Waltham Watchk?. The
true value f Machinery '-applied tu Watch
making is not that bv its. u Wtf...i u
taadb raj.idly, but that thev are made cof-J
recuy. very lew people kuow a Wa'tham.
Watch fhould be superior to any other. In
the first place, at Waltham the Watch is re
garded as only a machine, to he constructed
like nny other machine, ou-mechanical prin
ciples. If the watcues are good it is because
the machinery is g.-od. Of course there mim
be no defect in the principle or plan of move
meut no mistake in the sizes or shapes of
the pieces cf which it ts compose ! nothing
wanting in their properties, and no error in
their positions. These points nnce thorough
ly sfcttled, it rests wholly with the micHne
ry, constructed with infinite diversity of form
and function expressly for the purpose, to
produce the finished piece. By means of
multiplying gauges aud microscopes, tests
and inspection for the detection of wear in
the cutting tool?, and for fault and fl iws in
steel and stone are nude to accompany the
work in every j-tage from beginning to end.
As a necessary result, the watch goes togeth
er a peifect machiue. Every part is found
to fit properly in its place. Evety piu may
be pushed till it piuches, and every screw
turned home. Instead of sluggish and feeble
action, the balance, even under the pressure
of the lightest mainspring, vibrates with a
wide ami free motion, and the br.at has the
clear ringing sound always characteristic cf
the Waltham Watch. The machine is a
timekeeper from the start.
This system of watchmaking is unknown
in foreigu countries, and is entirely original
with the Waltham Company. The Company
claim that by it they produce watches that
cannot be equalled for every quality which
makes a wstch valuable. Simple ir plan
and correct in principle, the movement is not
only beautifully finished, substantial, accu
rate and cheap, but is uniform in the minu
test detail, not easily damaged, and when
re; aired always as good ss new. There are
different grades of finish in the diffeient va
rieties of watches made bv the Waltham
Company, R3 there are different sizes and
shapes to suit all tas'es and means ; but ev
ery Watch that he.trs the genuine trade-murk
of Waltham" is guarantied to be a good
one, and nobody n.'ttl be afraid to buy it.
Every Watch fully warranted. For sale by
all fijst-class dealers in the United States and
British Provinces. For further information
address the Agents. ROBBIXS Jb APPLE
TON, 182 Broadway, N. Y.
Use tee Best Blades Evphtmxal Ln
hricatorx are a medic?.' preparation in the
form of a Lozenge, and ars universally con
sidered the mot pleatai.t, corvenic-nt and ef
fectual remedy io use for Hoarseness. Guigh:;,
Glds, Croups. Catarrh, Asihrna. Bronrhii.
Diptheria, and aU Pulmonary G-mplaiuts.
They aip warranted to ive eju'eker and
more lasting benefit in the above afiVcti.-ns
than any other remedy. Also to contiinno
deleterious ingredient, r.nd n' t to tfil-nd the
weakest and most sensitive Stomach.
Rladce C"nHttion Pali are so caVed be
cause of their peculiar effect upon the Liver.
Stomach, Blood and rvui.s tivstem. F"r
inactivity of the Liver, for the Stomach in
derangement, or Dvspeps'a, they will d-'-Sight
ti e patient with their mild and bene
ficial tf.ct, especially if afier h ng continued
indigestion and coetivenea, thy are left
with periodical returns of the Sick Headache.
In caw; of a eefcsre cold, producing Chili.-
and Fever, you can brea'tf it very boon by
using the Pills as per directions with each
box. JOHN H. BLADES & cu..
au8-?y Propneuira, K'miia, N. 1".
For sale by all Druggists ; 25 cu. pr b.x.
To Owsrr.i or IIop.sEa A3Z Cat tlx
Tobias' Derby Condition Powders are war
ranted superior to any others, or no pay, for
the cure of Distemper. Worms. B ts. Coughs.
Hidebound, Colds, Ac, in horses ; aud Colds.
Coughs, Loss of'Mi'k. B:ack Tongue, Hosn
Distemper, $'C- in cattle. Thev are per
fectly safe and innocent; no nted of Mop
ping the working of your animals. They
met ease the appetite, give a fine coat, cleanse
the stomach and urinary organs, also in
crease the mi.k cf cows. Try them and you
will never be without them. Hiram Wood
ruff, the celebrated traiuer of trotting hor
ses, has used the for years, and recom
mends thein to hisfiiends. Col. Philo. P.
Bush, of the Jerome Race Course, Fordham,
N. Y. would uot use them until he was
told of what they were composed, since
which he is never without them. He has
over twenty running horses in Ids charge,
and for the last three years qaa used no other
medicine for them. He has kiudly permit
ted me to refer anyone to him. Over 1.000
other references can be seen at the depot.
Sold by Druggists and Saddlers. Price 25
cents a box. Depot, 66 Gotland St. N- Y.
To Consumptives. -Rev. EDWARD A.
WILSON will send (free of charge) to all
who desire it, the prescription with the direc
tions for making and using the simple rem
edy by which he was cured of a lung affec
tion and that dread disease. Consumption.
His only olject is to benefit the afflicted, and
he hopes that every sufferer will try this
prescription, as it will cost them nothing
and mav piove a blessing. Please address
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON.
No. 165 S. Second St., Williamsburg. N. Y.
tly"R. J. Lloyd, Druggist, Ebensburg. is
Agtut for the sale of the above preparation.
Fortcnx, we're told, it a fickle dame
Who plays on maoy a shabby game,
But oft it happens they are to blame
Who know not how to take her ;
For her favors she seldom denies
To he who acta both prudent and wise.
And all hi9 family want supplies-
His clothing, dry goods, amj etceteri'e
At the store, of Shoemaker.
Flo! FOR THK H J,TDAT9.In 1cm than
two weeks the gay and festive reason will
ba with us, and as. everybody wishes to don
the best attire on such interesting oocasions,
we advi-e an immediate and elaboiate ex
amination of the immense stock of yooda,
etc., with which J. M. Thorrjpaon's store U
so abundantly supplied for the holiday sea
son.
Little girls believe In the mw In the
moon, and big girls believe in the man io
the honeyiioon, but big and little, young
and old. short aud tall, believe, or should
believe, that mora good of the best quality
can be bought for less money from Mills
& Davis than at any other 3tore in northern
Cambria. Call and be convinced.
Gladness. What a. fund of gladness is
concentrated in the admirable stock of jew
elry, fancy articles, notions, toys, Src, with
which C T. lioberta store is ao completely
filled for the holidays. Hundreds of young
hearts aye, and old ones too will be made
happy through the agency of Cham's icag
nificeut articles for holiday gifts. -
Sad Accident. We regret t Iwh thit
on last Wedncg lay, Samuel VcHal-in son
of Mr. Alexander McMullin, ot Allegheny
tpwnsbip, was dangerously, if- c 'MWr
J1ARRILD.
. BXTnCMN A L-PAT PERSON On the
6th ii,st.,.by KevR: At Furk," Mr.;joBKP
BTiiCHiXAL, of-'Baltimore-, snll Misi Irrmk;
your get daughter cf 'JeSfte, Patterson, E--q
of Co'nern'augh borough, this' county."
SKELLY. In Snmmrh511 township, on
Nov. 18th, Mr?. Elizabsth, wife cf M'.
John Skelly, sr., in the 7uth year of her age.
May the re.-t in peace. '' ' .
1 S. STRAYEK, Justice of the
Peace. Joht.stowu, Pa. Odlce on the
comer ot Marfeet street aud
Second Ward.
Locust aliey,
dec.12.ly.
A. LTTION All per!sins are here-
by cautioned against purchasing a House
and Lot situated in Carrolito.vn borough.
Cambria county. Pa., from Mrs. Lydia Ben
don, as I purcha-x'd stm! paid for the same,
and she holds- the title to it merely as my
trustee. fdec.!2-3t. N. J. BENDON.
nPAKE NOTICH All persons
knowing themselves indebted to me for
Lumber, or on Stcre acctunt, who wish to
save costs and trouble, are requested to call
at my office and settle before the first dav of
January, ISoS. A. A. BARKER.
Ebenaburg. Dec. 12. 1867.-3t.
TOTICE I will leave the Sum-
" ' mit in a short time, and am desirous
of having ai l my account?1 settled. Parties
knowing themselves indebted will please call
soon, as their accounts can be settled on bet
ter terms with me than any one else.
I cheerfully recommend my successor. Pr.
Devereaux. to the confidence of the public.
Dec 12.-3t. WALTER BELL.
SELLERS Ar FOLWELL,
WHOLESALE
CSmCTIOiTIHS 11 FEUITHIHSL
NO. 1C1 NORTH THIRD STREET.
IIIIL.tDEI,lI3I4.
CCj-Oruers promptly attended to. dc:.5.-4t.
jOTICET Collectors of School
and Road Taxes in the several Districts
of Cambria county, are requested to return
to this office, on or bef.re the first dav of
February. 18G9, the Seated Lands on which
personal property suffi "tent cannot be f umd
to levy and m;tke the Taxes for the ear 1867.
By order of the Commissioner.
WM. 11. SiXHLEll. Ch ik.
Com.'s Office. Ebensburg. Dec. 12. 137.Sf
97ALUA15LE PROPERTY" FOR
SALE. The cviei-i-ned oilers for sale
EIGHT AClli::j oF LAND, tdjoiuing the
Borot'gh f OL-.-st Spricgs. Cambria county,
having t hereon erected a go ! Hank House,
Ti ante Slctie, and oiiierVatbuilJu.g, with
a i.cver leiiiog spiing of water and an excel
lent young ci chard on the- premise?. The
land i in a hih state of c-u'tivatton. and
the property rdt.-gether would be a most d -t.irjb'e
hojne for any one wishing to buy it.
For further information upyir I
CAT HA RIVE ALLEN.
Chest Spring. lWr. 12. 'ieo7.-7t .
SSJUN E E APPOINTED.
Visiric Gvrf f thi CinUd SUl. j"r the
Weeltrn District f 1' 'ciui,i anfa :
In h mnrter of ISiiAEL BERKLEY,
Binkrupt: TO WHOM IT MA Y COM -RUN
The underpinned heiehy gives notice oi
his ap:: i;tment as Av;'i-;n ...f the e.- t;te of
ISIIAEL bif.ivKLEY. f Yoder township, hi
the county ol Cimbni:, in the said Disuict.
who was, to wit, on the 3jrh day of October,
A. D. 1867. a'jui:g.-d baukitiot upon hi
own petition, by the District Court of said
District.
Daied at Johnstown, the 6th day of De
cember. A. D. 1807.
MARTIN L. LONGENE0KER,
Dec. 12, 18o7.-lt. As.-ignee.
TOUBL1C SALE. The saWriher
will ofier at Public Sale, on the premi
ses, on Thursday, Dec. VMh, inst.,a VAL
UABLE FARM, situated m Cambria town
ship, lj miles south-oast of Ebensburg, con
taining 120 Acres, one huodred of which are
cleared and iu a good state of cultivation.
There are upon the premises' an excellent
FRAME HOUSE, BANK BARN, WAGON
SHED, CORN CRIB and Stone SPRING
HOUSr, besides two gHd Apple Orchards,
a never-failing runnirg pump ot water, aud
ail other conveniences.
Also, at the same time, will be offered for
sale, COWS, YOUNG CATTLE. SPRING
CALVES. SlIEKP. THRESHING AND
MOWING MACHINES, Two Horse Snring
WAGON. Two Horse SLED, and inany
other farming utensils. Sale to commence
at 10 o'clock a. it , when ttrras will be made
known by ISAAC CRAWFORD.
Ebensburg, Dec. 6. 1867.
J O L L I D A Y S B U R G I
JACOB mTpIRCHER,
FASHIONABLE
CLOTHIER & TAILOR,
Has just opened a full assortment of well se
lected and most desirable
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Gents and Bora furnished with CLOTH
ING, HATS, SHOES, &c, cf the latest
styles and best material, at ths LOWEST
C4SH PRICES.
A VARIETY OP PIECE GOODS,
which will be sold by the yard or made to
order iu the mj,t approved manner.
Having given full satisfaction to hi cus
tomers for more than iwe.nit tivk years,
he guarantees the game to all who may favof
h;m with their patronage in the future.
CtStore on the west side of Montgomery
street, below Blair, next door to Masonic
Ilftll, Hollldaysburg, Pa. my23.1y.J
MEW AND EXTENSIVE ARRIVAL
x OF VFI.TEIl CLOTIIIXG.
JOHN DOUGHERTY. Tailor, has just
received a new and extensive stock of CLO
THIXft from the East, consisting cf Cloth
Coats, Flosned Salma Overcoats, Short and
Long Flossed Gum Boots for .Gents, Boots
and Arctic Shoes for Ladiea and Gum Shoes
for Children, all of which will be sold at the
lowest prvaip!?2 prices. He has also recei
ved his Q iart-rly Fashions for the Fall and
Winter of 1847. with a large number of pat
terns for Boys' Clothing. nov I4-3t.
WANTED, AGENTS Male or
Female. Can clear $50 pr week at
their own homes, in a light andr honorable
business. Any person having a few hours
daily to spj will find this a good paying
occupation. Address, sending two stamps,
for full patticelars, S. E. Lockwuod. Detroit.
Michigan. f hov'.7.-8t. .
OAUGAtKS.can.be had bv. buvina
THIS WAY ! !
For :
ar gains !
STREET.
PRICES.
THE
THE GREATEST!
THE MEATE
AND CHEAPEST
ASSORTMENT OF
JUST RECEIVED AT
THOMPSON!
On High Street.
THE LARGEST STOCK !
THE BEST VARIETY !
THE GREATEST BARGAINS
AND MORE OF THEM I
TEAS IAVE II HID HEBE
FOR A LONG TIME !
Fine DRESS GOODS
Standard Dry Goods,
SUPERB LINE OF NOTIONS,
AND ALL OTHER GOODS
IN GREAT PROFUSION !
COME AND BUY YOUR
SI
. ' . ' --
VARIETY !
STYLE !
BEAUTY !
iarke:
1
MORE NEW
SUMME
AT
Lowest Prices !
EAYflni JKT HEUIYIB
A NEW AND
EXTENSIVE
STOCK OF
7 Cloocig
D1ESS GOODS,
CLOTHING,
NOTIONS, &c,
I DEFY
Competition!
EITHER IN
GOODS OR PRICES
and Invite the
ATTENTION
OF
PURCHASERS
TO JKT
SUPERB STOCK
OF
Cheap Goods
V. S. BARKER,
a
I
M
i
14
R GOODS
GEIS & R E U T n ,
To in. at -, Pa ,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONER-?
AD ItOOti. DLDt:US.
MANUFACTFRERS OFPLAKK BOOKS.
POKTE-MONAIS. PAT Eli BOXL
AND LOOKING GLASSLS.
Lookiug Gl&f and Picture Frames always
on hand, and made to order. A large and
most complete assortment of Drawing Room
and Mifcceilau'sou Pictures, consisting of
Chromoa, Paintings in Oil, Steel Plato En
gravings. PUtn snd Colored Lithograph.
Oil Prints, Photographs and Wood Cuts
This collection embraces a selection of larga
i2ed match pictures of Landhcape and D
metio Scenea and Portraits, and 5.000 dif
ferent variet ies of Card Photographs of prom
inent men, comic and sentimental scenes and
copies of subject by celebrated artists. We
have also a varied a.-sortment of BIBLES,
PRAYER. HYMNT and SCHOOL BOOKS.
HISTORIES, BIOGRAPHIES. NOVELS,
fcc. Religious Piints and Emblems in great
varirty, and the largest aud most complete
stock of STATIONERY ever brought to this
county. 600 new aud beautiful styles f
WALL PAPER, including an airtment
Potter's celebrated Engli.-h make, for which
we are sole agents in this locality. These
Wall Papers are hand.-Huier in disrn, supe
rior in finish, and 2 inches wider than hbj
other make.
The'citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity re
respectfullv notifies! that we make Bt)OK
BINDING And the manufacture of BLANK
BOOKS a speciality. All work prompt'y
executed at moderate rates.
03-Store on comr of Clinton and LociT't
stxeetg, immediately oppo.-ite Foster U ue.
Johnstown, Oct 24, 1867.-tf. '
WANT SUPPLIED AT LAST I
THE ONLY CLOTIIIXC STORE
I LUCUIUG.
FALL &L WINTER STOCIC
There i no need now of goieg to sny place
distant from home to purchase
Ready-Made Clothing:,
as the subtcriters have not only ia sujro on
M&iii street, three doors eaM. of Craw
ford's Hotel, a full line of
Overcoats, Fkock fc Dress Coats,
BUSIXSS AND O THEK C OA TS,
Caimere and Doeskin Paniahn, Panta
loons for every diy wear, Vetts of all
styles aiid textures. jnd Gen
tlemen,a FURNISHING
GOODS, to suit all
parchanc-rs, as well as
Trunks. Valist-s. Carpet-Sa.-k,
Ladies' and Gent's Traveling Bags,
&c, but ve ar j.reparei t" sell goods at as
Reasonable Prices
es like articlrs can be purchased from anj
dealer in this section of the St-ate. Our
STOCK IS UP AND PRICES DOWN
to the timts, as any person can Batisiy hica
self who vlsii our ebtabiishment.
tpy Remember ;hat this is the crdy regular,
firt-t -class Clothing Store in Lbcnshnig, ai d
iu variety, extent and chearrtes-s ef suick it
will be found unrivalled. Everybody is in
vited to give us a call. - .
oct,17.'S7. J. A. MAGUIRE fc CO.
ANOTIiER EW TRINj
BOOTS mo SHOES
FOR ALL AGES AND BOTH SEXES.
ta addition to his large 6tock of the best
Eastern made
SHOES, BUSKINS, GAITERS, &c,
For Ladies and Children's Wear,
the subscriber he ju t added to Lis asor
ncnt a full and complete invice of
Boots and Shoes for Men and Youths, -
which he will not only warrant to be supe
lior to any goods of like character now bing
ofe-ed in this ujarket, but va.-tly better in -p-xery
refiect than the slop-shop work with
wLich the country is flooded. Remember
that I e'Jcr no article for tale which I do
not guarantee to be regular cusiom nutde, of
the beat material and superior finish, aud
while I do not pTe'ecd to compete in prices
with the dealers in auction goods. I knew
that I can furuibh BOOTS. SHOES, 4c,
that will give tnore service fur less money.
than any other dealer iu thw community, aud
I pledge myself to repair, free of charge, any
article that rr.ay give way after a reasonable
time and reasonable us&e. Everybody is
respectfully invited to call and examine my
sbck and learn my prices.
The subscriber is also prepared to manu
facture to order acy and all work in hi Hue.
ol the very beat material and workmanship,
and at prices as reasonable as like work can
be obtained anywhere. Fiench Calf, Com
mon Calf, Morocco and all ether kinds f
Leather constantly on hand.
rCT Store on Main street, next door to
Crawford's Hotel.
JOHN D. THOMAS.
Ebensburg. Sept. 26, 1867.
ECURE THE SHADOW ERE
TUE SUaSTANCZ FADj.
PICTURES FORJHEMILUDN.
Having located in Ebensbu'g.I would re
spectfully inform the public tbat I m pr?.
pared t rxetutc PHOTOGRAPHS in every
style of the ait. fruin the amallrst card Pic
ture to the largest sized for framing, pjo.
turea taken in any kind of wenther.
PHOTOGRAPHS PAISTED AV OIL
ISDIA JXK OR WATER COLORS. '
Every attention given to the taking cf
Children's picturea.but iu clear wratber only .
Special attention is invited to my stock
of Urge PICTURE FRAMES and PHOTO
GRAPH ALBUMS, which I -ill sell cheap
er than they can be bought elsewhere ii
town. Copying and Enlarging done oa rea
sonable terms. I ask.comparis&n and cUfj
competition.
Thankful for past favors, I solicit a ccn
uancs of the same. Gallery on Julian street
two deora sonth of Town Hall.
T. T. SPENCE. Pbotcfrapher.
' F.bensburg. Nov. 14, 1S87.
DMINISTKATORS' NOTICE.
Letters cf Administration on the ertata
of D. A." Conrad. bt of Ebensburgh boro'
of Michael Maxwell, late of Washington tp.l
dee'd, having ben granted to the undersign
ed by the Register of Cambria county, all
persons havicg claims against said etae
are hereby notified to present them propr!y
authenticated for settlement, and these 1a.
debtad ! the same are requested to makV
payment without delav.
JOHN A. BLAIR. Administrator.
Ebnsburg, Nov. 7, lS67.-6t."
TO J. LX-OYD,
Htrw 1WI
anccessor to R. S.
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