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pala'" flip FjjU. Pbcnsburg, Ha., . (iJT. JO, 1ST3. AND PERSONAL. - -j l(lr, the t,,e' Place. .1 niiiiic ratio ticket clear -v"lefloI11't-r tl Tc'Pirr- . . ''- ,'.. iN ,,f c,vtM' description just -t!i't Oatman's cheap cash store. -.i ,,,!'( fair at "Wilmore ad- I -1 .VtT U'1" .,..1 u "Ol.l Scratch" nad. . ...'tiottelll. " ronsnlt M. i' ;1m:'S of fill StvleS. S1ZP 111 flic iaix'' -. n ' ' 1 . ...1 ,4m iitnr wnrt 7fn Tuiiii' -1 'i-.. vl. v-- 71 . .. r... o 1 i HUM1 f itiu 111 L. Oatnian, tho F.beusburg. cmpiojeu 111 wmeninjf :-.':'itze ...f j iTiiiicuni . VXin Tt'inmv ; ninth's "pocket pis- . 1. I.nlnn. tl. 'nnll!i,!icl in the papers, ''wi-v towiixhip. Westmoreland coun- Illll it nllvlu 'tV V I"' I'1"' n.lc nnl,. COn ,An,la tMilS .)"'' '' -',J JUU.IUO . t - .1.,,-, IiPvkp I TX-eirrlic 1,3.1 ' V-' , I JC1- .iiiiitl) went north on tan expedition Wednesday af- Geo. .1. - ..H-llM ,.n! uv. .-.. , , - . wilt; i f one of our most reliable j;,, suddenly of ajKtplexy on r:.c bereaved husband and v'.ive 'i"' sympathies. "J 1 1 -n-ji ; t'in;iv the other day. They nuking sad ravages among tho nibs m or.e nl the border town f'.he fprinff and summer, (tiutui you with the cash in ;...'.!!:(' vt-ry best bargains you 11 be n iT.maii'l. for he sells on I he square I'.intlie licst, and ives more for rvi!i;iii any one else. That's so! i ri..nis ui-n ine iiiunui aim i nomas .rftri" ,nk n:t fcr a largely increased nve !ii;it'ri1y in the land of Chest, ivilov. '.. ilt-Malmn, at one time I.-!. rMil'sC'alhfdial, Pittsburgh, a t: 1 1 li .tll Wi'il kllii uiti ly ieioviill !.,i;r litis I'.i'x'ese, tlit'd at his resi . in riiiliuk-lphia on Wednesday last, i; v in !.(il l"'r is an out-and-out o;. ne tlnit he nttentls the election, (Sni'.n anything t get him there. ,.:,..t a l"Hi'1' rat. we wouldn't advise ::ke any spt.oi.il interest in him as ,'V. '. v.'. Ki:nx" barber shop, in Jolnis . 'ap.. liiiil-irii-d to the tune of $l."i0 li. f:t"U'-.i sharcp of ra. li. II. stock, x -laic- i f luii'.dinfj associat ion stock, .l.i'. iv r.iulit h.-t. The thief has not ti ll l.lj'illll il. ,.i; .cijkIjiv tlic son of John Garret t, fViiinicJ.ini "untv. became entan- :i flipJuinifs-i of a runaway horse mid i.iKZi'il l" i some distance by the lep, u in siiLii a maimer that amputa i. ni'c'i-ni y. i' f i !!. S. for Assemblr. and not II. Look t-harp and see that the : fioulidatc's first name is not your tirket. V."te for Henry : then yon w ill be sine not tt) - I'iiuel Henry. uspectable hioklnpr, well-dressed mie minus a le and the other an it our town a brief visit, in roin !i a hrn d-organ, on Tuesday last, aid to have departed her.ee about or oiTthan when llioy ca;ne. (. leal field .Jviirnul says that the ' iinaneial embarrassment will Lave ' it of greatly contracting lumbeiing ions in that rour.ty. The numl'cr s that will bo rnt will not be much ban half that out in other years, .ither Christy, of thus place, is to be 1. says the Tiff-burgh J'ost, to de- 1. etnre before the benevolent socie f Sr. rani's cathedral, in that city. : :he coming winter. All of which i.i'.y competent and do doubt willing i u.ikr.own German tramp vrs run ! die engine hauling the Cincinnati st:uin eastward bound, in the vi- t ,.f Swissvale, on tlie l'ittsburg Diri- i iila;, alleriKHin, ami killed instant vcmict of accidental death was .oir.-.g man named Charles E. Davis i '.lie inof of a new building in f.'.e. on which lie was at yvork. a " i f 'out thirty feet last Monday . lui aking one of his arms in two n il aKn his nose, and otheryviso in i. 1 1 , '.( severely. t-v.ie:naii connected with the Cam- i ' va any. ot joimstown, tells 'f Wellsburir, "West Virginia. : donate two hundred and fifty '1 a:nl a suitable spot for sink il.e company he represented ;:.ti' itself to commence at once r. f a rolling mill. uV.a'M.nvn District Court quo ns argued before the Su- o. at Pittsbiirgh, on Tuesday ".'y Aitorney tJrneral Lyman 1). iicaiing for the Commonwealth, .i' l.a Scott and Henry D. Fos- ! -"indent, Judge Potts, but as - n lias been rendered. ' I 'ri'i'le and small, short people ricu ieoplo and poor people, and : d of people, will find many li buying at Myers & Lloyd's ' i-:r.;.ori;un, where new goods 'if at prices unsurpassed for .iie now piled upon shelves and i i' li and varied profusion. i.!a;:.csll. Gage by, of the Su ry. a gallant soldier, a clever "'.id a mi del subscriber to the Uviiig on one occasion paid not il ears in advance, is now on from the Indian Territory to ' li"!ie in Johnstown. May his '"'vfu! nnd his ducats plentiful, "-town father was in Pittsburgh ' in quest of his two dauch'.ers. i. ,, il lipil l.npii liif net fil from 11 plauKible scoundrel on the aillf a vvirt trnnnp nt. Vftnnfr. i no pursuing jiarent failing ? went further, but yvheth- y 1 xttcr has not yet traus- 1 -t:iith. "cJ ; ate three tickets to be voted '"V one is headed "State." ; till !l.nn-n r.f llirt oinliHita leamrr ,. l.n- 1. i(T.. "ii it the name of the candi- ari; c!i,i r',,,,,.f t,,.i,. i. v - v, i. .i oni-, h;iu L1IV 'III (1 ( Vutit v"' mill omitoiim -s -f ail the candidates for county 'iiioovatic voter in the count t "U' ill Tii'nl ll.ot It :.. l.:,. .!.. wil i iiih uuir iu 'IU.. H , earnest this year as if 1 ifsidoiit to elect. "Organiza "i l be tho watchword every- every l1())1 district in the A'ul r,t ""ee apj-oint a committee cy,01''' ''einociatic voter is at ':' Xl IH Ml.ly. y. -itise men t elsewhere and post- "Uu Vi1'4' s:,'", :U l'ubh outcry by , ' ;a.., ,,f c-ln.(ln township, on . t letob,.,-o o. i',1'1" "f Peter MnU( hiil, of Indi- a- , u As 11is(r,.a of j,iici,aci "K L'l.. Iiv !ot, ..i.:.. I ; I '.V township, for the of personal prop- The large pile of now boxes on the street and the immense stock of elegant dry goods, fancy goods, notions, etc., on the shelves and counters of E. J. Mills' cheap casli store, proclaim beyond a doubt that that gentleman has laid in lots and gobs of new goods of every description, and having bought them light our word for it he will sell them right. Don't ask for credit at M. L. Oatman s shcap cash store, as that gentleman has neither the time nor the disnositirm in, ! keep books; besides, ho couldn't afford to I sell as cheap as he does now if he had to wait ior ins money or run any risk in get ting his dues from even one in a dozen of those whom he might feel - like trusting if he was doing a credit business. The Altoona Tribune says that a man named James IL Hutchinson, from Phila delphia, who has been doing police duty at the Gallltzin coal mines for the past two months, ivas driven from the country by the exasperated miners on Sunday last, a party of them having pursued him all the way to Kittanning Point, where he threw Lis carpet-bag away in the woods. -Mr. John Dougherty, sr., has sold to Messrs. Jas. N. and David Evans (consta ble) the property now occupied by Mr. Jerry Donovan, adjoining his own resi dence, for the sum of $2,0C0. The gen tlemen named have also purchased Mr. Donovan's stock of jroods. anil intend going into the confectionary and oyster j uusmess on an extensive scale. Luck at tend them. A Clearfield county man named John Kagin was enticed into a negro house of prostitution In JIairisburg,' on last Friday night, and robbed of $22 and a silvor watch, besides being unmercifully beaten. Two men and a woman, all colored, are now ii. jail charged with, the offence, and the police are looking for two more of the same stripe who are said to have been im rJicated in the outrage. An old residenter of ye ancient village of Lorctto, or parts adjacent, indulged in too many of what a Teutonic friend of ours calls "slipperyations," on Wednesday last, and while pursuing his devious way home-wai-d from this place,' sat down near Lloyd's cemetery and fell into a deep sleep, and while in that unconscious condition was robbed, as he alleges, of a pocket-book containing 2.25 in cash and a small pack-agi- of hardware valued at 1.20. Is it fair to presume that Sam Henry don't do any hand-shaking about the Voice establishment? We merely ask the question lieoause that paper assures its readers that Mr. Henry '"takes the hand begrimed by labor, as well as that whitened by luxury, if both be honest.''' By the way, those are both good hands, but Sam don't hold enough of them to win tlie game, Mr. Scanlan proposing, in sporting parlance, to "order him up and play it alone.' The nearer election clay approaches the more desperate the radical candidate for County Treasurer becomes in his ef forts to secure bis election. Setting up the lager having become monotonous and of no avail, lie has taken to peddling 1ronger arguments of a spiritual nature, done up in a quart flask, and tenders a drink to every voter he meets on tlie pub lie highway. Thirsty eoplo arc advised to lay for him, for after Tuesday next Mr. Griliilh will retire permanently from the treating business. If all our readers had occasion to visit the post-of!ice in ibis place they would know as well as we do that the Thompson store is just now rammed, jammed and crammed yvith new goods. And such goods! Well, if anybody knows where a more superb, more viied. or more desira ble stock can b found, they know more than !ye do. Ladies seeking the latest and prettiest styles of goods for dressing I purposes invariably p;; to Thompson's ; store, and that is evidence sufficient of the ', superiority of the stock and the justness of tlie prices there prevailing. The Johnr.toyvii Dcuioccat says that there has been and is now being circulated a ticket of the whole Democratic county nominees except Ilaumer, the candidate for sheritf, Denford's name being inserted therein instead. But this is not the only trick apparent on this bogus ticket. The Supreme Ju!je and State Treasurer are both connected on this ticket under the heading of State, the word "Judiciary" not appearing over the name of tlie candi date for Judge. Whoever votes this tick et w ill have it thrown out and not counted, and these votes for Judge and Treasurer will be lost. The farce of last July was repeated by the two wings of the Johnstown District Court on Monday of this week, that being the first day of the regular October tenn. Hon. William Flattery held his Court in L'nion Hall, in the presence of three spec tators and two reporters for the press, ac cording to the Trilmnr, and having stated that Judge Potts was absent, directed an adjournment until the first Monday in January. The othei branch of the 'urt met in the Opera House, but Judge Ham ilton did not put in an appearance, where upon the Clerk directed Patrick Markey, Isj., the crier, to adjourn it also until the first Monday in January, which was done. A fine statue of "St. Nicholas," live feet high, sculptured in wood, in tlie re nowned city of Nancy, France, and in tended for "the Catholic church at St. Nicholas, this county, reached the station here a day or two ago. Tlie order for thiis beautiful statue yvas sent to France long before the Franco-German war, but it is onlv recently that it yvas found possi ble to fill the order. Tlie same church is now graecd with a splendid statue of the Blessed Virgin, procured from the same city several years ago, and has also ob tained a magnificent altar, manufactured expressly for that church, in the city of Chicago all three masterpieces costing, freight and all, in the neighborhood of $.100. A little boy, son of Mr. Histenrother, a resident of Clearfield county, yvas bni ned to a crisp a yvcek or so ago. The mother and child were the only two persons at the house on that evening, and when the time camo the former went a short distance avray to milk the cows, and left the child alone at the house. She finished milking and returned to the house as usual, but, on coming to the door, w as horror stricken to see her child lying upon the floor liter ally burned up. With the exception of a narroyv baud around each little wrist, not a single mite of clothing remained upon the body. Tho little child was still alive when found, but within a very short time its spirit had flown to that homo where suffering will never come. GOLI ANDStLVF.nJF.LLV ?F"?0In . Take the yols ot eight egKs, well beaten, add one cup white sugar, one-half cun butter, one-half cup sweet milk, and one and Hindquarters cups of flour, haying in it one-half measure ot Jtanncr i.i..s I'oyvtler. . , fiilnr Celt. Take one-half cup butter two cups white sugar, three-quarter cups ot eyveet milk; Havor to taste; then add tin w hites of ei-ht eggs, well beaten, anil tliree cups of f.onr, having in it ouo measure ot Banner Baking Powder. . Kacli can of the lianucr Baking 1 owuer contains a small mttasure, to lo used CVP1 full, according to printed directions. It you cannot obtain this very valuable article from your procer, s v(tl twenty-tive cfiits by mail, 'addressed to Banner Baking Powder, 1 O. Lock Box 317, Pittsburgh, Pa., and you will receive, postage paid, a quarter pound package, together with U3t of "' Valuable. Kccipcu,- COMMVXICA.TIOX. Some of Honorable Kamnrl Ilenrv's Pecnll.tr Legislation. To the Editor of the Cambria Freeman: I have a great regard for the gentleman yrhose name heads tUisJctter, not only be cause ho is a HAXKKR, and is, consequently, the sympathizing friend of the people es pecially those who have not been blessed with a superabundance of that which phi losophers have termed "the root of all evil" and oae who, under not all circumstances, but particular circumstances, is readv and yyiUing to extend the hand of charity to those in needt and who, were it not for his exceeding modisiy, and .which, 1 have no doubt, is all that prevents him from so do ing, might on all occasions exclaim in the language of the poet : "I will take your friendship up fit use, And fear not that your profit shall be small ; 1 our interttt thall exceed iur principal." But of course Samuel Henry is composed of modesty and self-denial to that extent that he yvould much rather decry his own good ness of heart and superior greatness than ad mit that he is such a man. But, thank heaven, ingratitude does not rule to that extent that the people do not admit, andjadmitting proclaim to the world, that he is all charity, purity and wisdom, and acknowledge the fact that although Cambria county has enjoyed the reputation of having lieen the birth-place and the home of as great men as ever figured in the State, yet, comparatively speaking, its citizens have been groping in darkness ; tht, al though it could justly boast of men of intel lect, wisdom and ability second to none in the State, yet it remained for an adjoining county m senu us a i:esar yvlio possessed there qualities to that extent that yvere the foremost men of other days still living they might "Walk under his bup-e lejrs and peop about To find themselves dishonorable Braves." And I have no donbt but that it was a most happy thing for the people of this coun ty that they understood and recognized the "eternal fitness of things," and chose this great man as their legislative representative during ihe past, tyvo years, because I have heard it said by those who arc most intimate yvith him, and who enjoy the privilege of being his confidential friends, that he has done so much for the relief of the people during his legislative career. Far le it from roe to presume to doubt the wisdom of aught this great man has done, or question the motives which influenced hiin, yet I must confess that I cannot understand wherein the people are to be benefitted by some of his layvs. However, I suppose they yvere drafted in the great elevation and su periority of Hon. Samuel Henry's wisdom, fend are therefore above the comprehension of tho common herd are as much alove the Understanding of ordinary mortals as Cali gula's layvs, when suspended on-tlu; pillars, were above the legibility of his subjects and, if they were explained, would be un derstood and appreciated. Therefore, in that spirit of humility lie coming one of the commotiality, I would ask this Solon yvherfcin the people are to be ben efitted by some of his laws; and first yvould suggest an explanation of an act regulating the practice of medicine in Cambria county, passed the T.th day of April, 1873. This ai t. provides that any physician residing out of the county who shall attempt to practice medicine or surgery, or shall prescribe for any sick person, or shall perform any surgi cal operation, "in violation of this act, shall 1e deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction, shall be fined in any sum not less than one hundred dollars nor more than five hundred dollars, one-half of which fine shall go to the informer." The provi sions referred to are "that he (the physician) appear before the clerk of the court and take out a license for one year, for which he shall pay a fee of tiro hundred dollar." Under this law, if a citizen of this county, even though he lived on the lir.e of the coun ty, and near th office of a physician residing j in an adjoining county, should lie taken sick, j or g-t hurt, he could not, no matter in yvhat j dau;;er In might be, send for this near phy sician, because the physician dare not come to r.'.s aid nuiesn lie is willing 'n risk a pros ecution for misdemeanor, the penalty of j which is a fill" of not less that S100. To illustrate this law more clearly: Sup pose that a parson living in the immediate lieigh'ioirhoixl of Cherry Tree, though within the limits of Cambria county, should take suddenly sick. Now, under this law, tlie physician residing in the town named could not prescribe for this person unless he either assumed the risk of a prosecution and heavy fine or went all the yvay to Khensburg ami paid rCriO for a physician's license. Tn the meantime the patient yvould have to send to Carrolltoyvn, some twelve miles distant, for a physician, notwithstanding ho might haTC procured the services of one within a few hundred yards of his own house, were it not for the existence of this iniquitous and un just hlyv. This is One of the many acts passed by Mr. Henry, and I must confess that I cannot, for the life of me, see yvhat lieiicfit the people can derive from it. True, some quack who could get nothing to do under other circum stances might 1m; employed sometimes. But. under all the circumstances, is it not oppress ive and a great injustice to the people to de prive them of the right to call in any physi cian they chose, especially yvhen the imme diate presence of a physician may 1e neces sary to the preservation of a hnmau life? If it isr bnrenirnt for this mighty statesman to explain the salutary effects of this layv, he will confer a lasting favor; and, also, while his hand is in, ii ukooIm wherein the poor are to be bene fitted by his "monthly return day" act, by Which yvrits are made returnable on the first Monday of each month, instead of quarterly, as hereto fore, as well as several other enactments he secured the passage of all yvhieh your cor respondent cannot, after a careful examina tion, regard as being for the good of the peo1 pie. Cambkiax. o Important to Tax-Payees. Before another issue of the Freeman reaches its readers the duplicates for the collection of unpaid county rates and levies will lie placed in the hands of the constables of the townships and lioronghs in Cambria county for collection. By the sixth section of the Act of Assembly of April sth, 1S72, the con stables are compelled to collect the taxes on their respective duplicates within sixty days after receiving them from the County Treas urer. If not collected and paid liefore the expiration of that time, it is made the duty of the County Treasurer to immediately cause an action of debt to le instituted against such delinquent constables, and if it shall appear that tlie constable has not complied with the provisions of the above Act of Assembly, judgment shall be ren dered against him for the amount he is found to be delinquent, together with inter est at the rate of twelve percent, per annum from and after the expiration of the tyvo months from the time he received his war rant, with full costs of suit. Wealthy men and wealthy corporations within the county have had a reduction of 5 per cent, on their taxes, and the poor man can never pay 5 per cent, additional and costs of suit. How much better it would be to extend the time for the payment of taxes to the Treasurer, so that the farmer would have time to realize something from his crops wherewith to pay his share of the taxation of the county. This is what Henry Scanlan proposes to do. The law, as it noyv stands, favors the rich and liears hard upon the poor. Bet the people answei at the polls by electing a representative whose every sympathy is yvith the farmer and laborer, and whose legislation yvill not favor large corporations and make the rich richer while it makes the poor poorer. Ohituary. Mr. William Callair, a well known and much esteemed citizen of this county ,Jdied of consumption, at his residence at Cressou, after a protracted illness, at 8 o'clock on Monday morning last, aud was interred in the Catholic cemetery at Smn mitville on Wednesday morning following. Mr. Callan was an honest, true-hearted gen tleman, kind and affectionate in his dispo sition and steadfast, faithful and highly hon orable in both word and deed, and bavins well merited he fully ejijoyed the confidence j and respect of all w ith whom he held social or oiiMness intercourse. From Monday s is sue of the Johnstown Tribune yve extract the folloyving sketch of his life, yvritten by one vulio knew him long, intimately aud well: "The deceased was born in Iluthi- Butler county, this State, about the year 13. and at the time or his death was verjrinjr on forty-nine yearsof njre. About thirty-six vearsajro he re moved with his parents to the vicinity of Mun ster, this county, and for a time, although a boy then, was en-ru-red at work on the State Improvements that were then beinjr made. Subsequently he learned the carpenter trade with Judge Kasly, and afterwards commenced carrying on for himself. He erected many pri vate dwellings in this city, and when the letting "of the County Poor House was made Mr. Cat lan's bid was accepted, and it was erected by him. Jltirintr the time he was ensured in com pletinsr this work he was married to Mis Kllen Feltz, who bore hhn three children, all of whom are yet living. After the completion of his contract he returned to Johnstown, aad car ried on carpenter work for several 3-ers. About the year 1SC4 he removed to Cresson.and purchasing three aert& of ground adjoining tlie Mountain House; property, he erected the well known 'Callan House, where he has resided ever since. "Sir, Callan did not relinquish his labors ns a mechanic, however, but when the letting for our Count Jail was made he was the success ful bidder, and to-day it stands as a monument to his skill and energv as a contractor and builder. The municipal building in this city, known as the Market Hone, is also a lusting monument to his ability a? a mechanic. After securing the contract for thut building, several thousand dollars less than any of his competi tors, consumption marked himias a victim, but even though scarcely able to leave his bed, be attended to all the details of its erection. "It is scarcely neeessarv to speak or his skill as a mechanic, as the buildings we have enu merated w ill serve to keep fresh and green his memory. In private life he was singular in hifl ways made but few friends, but those with whom he became intimate reeogniaed him lis one of the truest men thut ever lived. Alwave honest and sincere in his dealings witli his fel low men. he looked for the same honesty and sincerity from those who camo in contact wi;h him ; and although apparently a cynic in his wuysnnil deportment, lie possessed a heart that beat as warm and trwe as any that was ever implanted in mortal breast. "Such was William Callan. and the writer, to whom lio was always good and kind, pars tins humble tribute to his memory. Wav he rest in peace V ' Bight o:Sr tiik Becoi:d. Jiow and then a rumor reaches the public ear that some body, generally a resident of the rural dis tricts, has been "taken in and done for" on a seyving machine, or some other labor-saving inv a ion. In a few instances these di. honest tlodges have betn ventilatedthrough the newspapers, one or two eases having re cently been reported, wherein a sewing ma chine agent is said to have been granted the privilege ot leaving .machines at certain houses until he would call for them, receiv ing in return what purported to be an ac knowledgment of such fact, duly signed by the proprietors of such houses, but what afterward proved to be exemption notes, payable within a specified time. We say stories of this kind have lieen told time and again, but whether true or false it is notour purpose now to inquire. AVe merely wish to say that, if true, Mr. M. L. Brown, of this place, agent for the renowned and unsur passable Singer Sewing Machine, is lot the man who did the swindling. He has a ma chine that can aud does recommend itself, and he has come among us to make an hon- j est living in an honest yvay, and yvould not i resort to any disreputable dodges if a for i tune could be made in the operation. We kuow these statements to be facts, and while we can truthfully say, after an experience of several years iu our own family, that the Singer machine is without a superior, we can just as emphatically declare that Mr. Brown is above and leyond a mean or mercenary act of any kind. He believes, as we believe, that no family should do yvitliout a sewing machine, and thus believing he offers, on the most libera! terms, a machine that never has and never will fail to give entire satisfac tion in every instance, ami if the parties whom be solicits do nut see fit to purchase that is the end of the transaction. He deals fairly and squarely, aud deserves to be dealt with iu like manner. Bet him be encouiaged. An Ai.toova Lady Seeks HFisT)Atw TF.il and Kinds Hek .1 Dreadful Finding. The Pittsburgh Freniif Tckitajdi, of Sat-nrd-iy, narrates the following sickening story of a young girl's shame: Yesterday an elderly lady, thoroughly raspi ctabU in her appearance, and evidently in great affliction, came to this city in search of her daughter. She was conducted to : be May or's otlice and there stated that the lived in Altoona. Some two or three weeks ago her daughter, a young girl of aliout eighteen years, left home yvith the deliberate inten tion, it would appear, of entering upon a life of disgrace. The mother found, at length, that the girl had :oine to Pitts burgh, and came here, to find her, as stated. The police took the matter in hand, autl yesterday afternoon found that the girl was stopping at a house of ill repute on the hill, and had been there almost ever since she left home. The mother procured a carriage and, accompanied by detective Wilmot, proceeded to the place to seek an interview with tin; daughter. She found her child, but had no interview yvith her. The girl , ,1. ...I .1 . u 1 - i The broken hearted mother det hied at once to take her daughter home, in the des perate hope of affecting a reformation. Help was .summoned, and, as if she were a dead body, that young girl yvas carried to the carriage, and, yvith her mother weeping beside her, was driven to the depot. There she yvas carried a dead, shameful weight, from the carriage to the sleeping car, and tho sorrowful journey homeward com menced i SKIS YE rXIlIr;! PUBLIC SALE ! riLB be offered at Public Pale, at the resi- y deuce of the subscriber, iu Carroll town ship, Cambria county, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22d, '73, the following property, to wit: 1 I.ay Horse, 1 Black Horse, 3 Milch Cows. 8 head Young Cat tle, 10 head tine Sheep ; 1 Reaper and Mower, 2 Sleds. 2 Sleigln, 2 yVitgons, 3 Covered Wagons; s good Ruffalo Itobe. 2 Horse Ulnnkets, 3 sets Heavy Harness. 2 sets lJnggv Harness, 4 strings Sleigh r.ells,3strings Ureas t Hells; Clieek-Mnes, Single-Lines; 1 Wagon Saddle, 1 Hiding Saddle, 1 Side Saddlei Killing Hridles; 2 good Horse Hny Hakes, 1 Corn Shelter, 1 Windmill. 1 Fodder nd Straw Cutter, 2 Shovel Plows, 2 Grain Cradles, 2 Mowing Scvthesj Doubletrees, Singletrees, Log Chains, Halter Chains, Breast Chains, Cow Chains; 3 iron Sugar Kettles: 1 Cook Stove, 1 Ten-Plate Stove. 1 151anchard Churn. 2 Dinner Ilells, and a freat many othei articles not here mentioned. . -Sale to commence at 10 o clocc. A. M., when due attendance nnd a reasonable credit will be given. JOSEPH UUTSVALD. Carroll Tvp., Oct. 10, 18T3.-2t. 1873. FALL and WINTER ! 1874. i GREAT REACTION IN PRICES TO - ft , r-S SxVSs. I GASH BUYERS -AT THE- GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE! AT THIS! NEV EiGLE CLOTHING STORE OF M. II. N A Til ANSON & CO., (Lately occupied by II. Walters, deceased,) 231 and 233 MAIN STREET, JOHNSTOWN, PA. -- . ' ... - TISL,.,.?JnrSif.nr.(,.,T0nI,11 rr,reot Tally inform Mio eliix.etisof Knsbtifr and Xorfhern CaiV..ri CLOTHING AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, r r - . . . . . . -uiiwiiiiiiirm sum arrieiejas If LACK AM IJLT E CLOTH SUITS, C SSIM FUR SI" ITS fi and boys, fine KNfJI.lSH KKH?KY tlVF.UCOAT.-. In blue, brown , wiive nn.l lighter c l . a general assortment of COATS. PAN 1M and VRSTS of ail to x turea, t vlta ndnriejos. Im' for men lors. and . T - . . full line of HAIS..APST ;it V; xVi'V a r.iV VlVlf ? "7 ""u r"ws- s'"' ), ,. , ir ' ; T ' ' v;.- nil winctl will poMU vei v lie ttfn VJZl P r ,.""s ,1,!,n Prevailing prices in Johnstown. Wealso rnafo to order from tne ttnest and most stylish ffoods any article of clotliingdeslred.and that too at short notice and ii u ln8t reasonable terms. Wb MAKrrACTiHK all on own Coons, whi' h enables us to sell cheaper than any other house in Cambria county. Please give u a call when von Visit our you to aval with us. OVKU OriCK SALL'S AND SMALL DON'T FORGET THE PLACE-231 and 233 MAIN STREET. JOHNSTOWN. Bept. 19, 1873.-Cm. M. H. NATHAN SON St CO. ATTRACTIVE f N EAT I SUBSTANTIAL ! en encaper man any other house in Cambria countv. Please give ti I2w.nr."nd J"dre from our stock and prices whether it w!l not iov y ii; ,!-? "Z1 VLS,TOM-MADE ,voK our leading spe.rtnltie-. and "Ol 1 I.UH1 S the basis upon which we do business. COME AND SEE I TitADE Winds. Tell me, ye winf-eil wjiuls that round my pathway roar tell, ob ! tell me where, oh ! where I'll find the ehenpest store? The inls replied and this they Raid, I never yet in all my trade i,i,-c h.i.l the luck to suit my mind more j fully in goods of every kind than Myers & Ltloyd S cheap Store com.eie, uuw: nutR and prices none can beat. Above and levond all competition is Wasamakeb &"1!eowx's splendid stock nmiral Fall and Winter clothing. When vou go to rhiladelphia vii.it Oak ' Hall, Sixth aud Market streets. Fall S tyles Ready! r BEADY-MADE GLOTHIlG. $AI Purchasers of Good Clothing are D Cf! A7A7CA n n suPP'y ff!r arlfs for ihe Fall end fZ L UlVi iVlL NUt. U Winter Season from the Magnificent raryrr-IT-T.W.-, -, ' V r Slock of Elegant All Wool Garments EislM HGiFfifMfe STORE. r!IK u;'1er!'j-led respectfully Ir'nrm? t!ie , JL l it i.ens of Ltitiihurg nod the Jit-Mie g ii-r-, Mlv tliiit !sr has made a : It HAT ii cl U I'l'ii !.M j IX l'lllCKS 'I CASH P.IT VLItS on all goods in I his line, consisting of LOWING and KLWriXG MACHINES . AMD OTHER FAP.MING IMPIEMENTS ; COOKING, PARLOR AM) HEATIM STOVES of the most popular designs and of all styles, prices and finalities: K JVffil BBCEMBS! of my own uianufheture; HARDWARE, ALU KIND ! ?:-cTi as I .oc Its. Screws, l;utt Hinges, Shutter l!?iijr-s. Table llfnr. Holts. Iron n1 Nails, Window (;iav. Putty. Table Knives.and r'twks, C;irvin;r Knivt-s and Fork. l'o;-ket Knives. Ta ble and Tea Spoon". Meat t "uttvrs, Apple Parors, Scissors, Shears, Hazorsiiiid Strops, Hummers, A ics. Hnt lifts. Hi a ing Machines. A ogurs. Chis suls. Plane. Conipassc. Sii:ires, Kites, Hasps, Anvliii, VNes, Wrenches, Kip. Panel and Cross Cm Saws tj'hains or all kind. Shrivels. Spades, S! yth" tun Snath. Hakes. Pork", Sleigh-Hells. Shoe Lifts, Pegs, Wat. flrtstles. Clothes Wash ers and Wringers, Puteiit Churns and Pateht Ml-lil nes generally, I rind -Stones. Patent Mo-i'is.-.s times and Mensnrco. Lumber Ptieks. Cast Sleel Itiltes. Shot .in.s, Keryl vers. Pistols. OirJ trMge. I'-.wder. Cisp. f.ea'i. florae Shoes and Phi Is. Old Stove Plates. Urates and Pirr lttuks. Well and Cistern Pumps, &c, ic; Harness and Saddlery Ware of ali kind. If! grciif variety: WOOD and WiLLOW WARE beyond description i ca nit fix an, find on, lamps. Fish Oil. lard Oil. Linseed Oil, Lubricating Oil. Itoslii, Tar. Paints. Varnishes. Turpentine. Al eonot. &c. ; Silvcr-Platcd Ware, (ilassware, ke. I litniil.' Cii-occ'i'ios, j siieli as Teas, f "ti ee. Fugnrs. Syrups MoUtssfS, ! Spiers, 1 irit-d Pc'iehcs. Ilrled Apples. Hominy, ! Fish. Cracker, lticc. Pearl Ilariey. ir. , Paint, VuriiisH.Whilewa-h. Scrub. Horse, Shoe. 1 Stove. Ilut-t inv. Clot lies and Tooth Itru.-hes, at' kinds and sizes: Ited-Cof-d-. V.uiilln l'oH-, and J many other articles, at the Joit'of ratffforenxh. j llOUSK SPOUTIXO nvido, p:iintc1 nnd put up Or cheap as p "S.-ibld; ; rot: cash, i'?- A liberal discount m;de to i country dealers buying Tinware br wholesale. i :r.!!;c hcntllv. i Khensburg, July ls;:j. tf. t C.1RRMGE ;ML(F.!(;T0i!n r.'ear Union School House. Ebensburg. T11F. ubscrllii r desires to call the attention of the citizens of Cambria and adjoining counties to the I act that he Ims now in sueee ful operation in P.i-nshuig a Sliop for the man ufi'ctm-e and repair of CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, SULKIES, K-iiiiiK 'Indium. Me. a, lis., .In !' ihcr nVjtcn'jif icH of Iloifc la (lint line. l"i::p'o.vir-g no:!" but skillful workinen and i-ui:r only the best innterials. I feel confident I caii give entire satisfaction in work, styles and prlv-cS. Platform work donent lir,rt no'ice. IlppaJt ing of all kind attended to at reasonable rater. A ISiacksmit h .iiop in conneation with Man tifactorv.. Call etel ? c specimens of work. JunciMi;.'.-!!'. I. M. CHCTK, NOW ARRANGED FOR INSPECTION In the Spacious Salesrooms of Oak Hall. Prices Remarkably Low ! Samples, with Easy Rules for Self 'Measurement sent to any address nken OAK HALL5 writfenfor' The Largest Clothing House in America, S. E. Cor. Sixth and Market Sts., . Philadelphia. JOIIX lilXTON" (Successors to BEfiTO;i V A.YECE,) i - ii:.'-i.::::H ss- mtxm Km otrrte&Y.1, Iron, Xtiits, Class, I'uii), 1 Torse Sitoc., Leather, Sitae FimUnffs, CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, WASH MACHINES AND WRINGERS, ; Wagon Hubs, Spokes and Felloes,' HUB BONING AND SPOKE TENONING MACHINES, &c, j Nos. 208 and 210 Main Street Joimstown, a-; ni.EMX FlOMiY AM) STOVE WORKS, .JOHN S. TITTI.i LOOK WELL TO VOTHIiEIiSTAXIlIXCS. JOS-JM D. THOMAS, Bool and HIio 3XiVloi r,HKu.id-'risrncd n spi-ci fuilv informs hisnu I meri;n-i customers and the public jrcnerally t hat l.e is prepared to in:, nil inc.: nr.- P.( OTS an.l SI8MK.-1 ;t any i.-tir- l eire or ouaiity, from the liix-st FretM-h en lf-s!; in bonis to the coarsest I-ii'.miis. in Hie yh;y isr st masni.k. on ;the shortest r.otice, ami :it :i in '. rnt e prices as like work ei:n be obtained anywhere. ' h -.e who !i:ii f worn l':-u alid Shoes made it inv establishment nei-il i.o assm auce as to ti.e sijpt-iMr i na lit -f my wori;. .uliersan ensiTy lir com i-ieid ..f the f.iet if they will only tr: e me a tii-il. Tr" and bt o!i inced. i ?'" Ki pi J -imr o! i:-.nla I !toes at't-riJed to j itmliifiy srvl in a w. ivKin;! nl : ke manner. 'J l::!n!.!ui for fnvors I feel confident that n;y work and , 1 : i . will com mend me to a con tinuance mid increase of the snnie. .IiHIX 1. THOMA?. rRoi-niETiru." ric I Sept. 5.-4m. OltDEHS HY MAIL Tr'OM PTI.Y FILLED. XXJ1 JIIO SLTIS Or VAI.UABI.K REAL and PERSONAL PROPERTY. 1rILL- be ofTercd at Public Sale, nt the resi- denccof the subscriber, in Pine township, Indiana county, 3 miles norm of Strong-stow n. On TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2Sth, 1873, THE FOLI.OWt.VO PRDPFItTT, TO WIT: HORSES, TOWS, Y (OG CATTLE AMI SHEEP; 2 Wairons, 1 Windmill, I Thrcshinir Machine RGOsncnd Kitchen Furniture. and nnnv other articles needless to mention. Aso. n't t he same time and place, will be ex posed to ."'ale, My Tatm, containing 314: Acres, About V0 Acres cleared, no or 40 Acres of which nre Meadow, the balance belnjr well covered w7fh a fine growth of PI X K T I M HEIt. The im rrm euirnt consist of two Houses, a line llank h-irn n Stable, and a vrood Orchard. 'rbe re-il etate will b-. sold all together, or in three parts; or the Pine titntcr will be sold by "'tv'Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. m.. of said tlav when due attendance and a reasons- ''oiulo'-St"1 b?!VCpkTEK MULVEIIlLi. i a To YoiTiipr 3Xcii Jit.f ruhlhhctU Scaled 'Xcclopr. riirr 6 ctf. A Lecture on tlie nature, treatment nnd rad ical cure of Spertnatoi rhfou or Seminal Weak ness, Involuntary Emissions. Sexual Debility, r.nd Impediments to Xiii riasrc generally ; Ner vousness, ('onsiiinrtion. lpilepsy and Fits! Mental and Ph sieal Incapacity. re?nltinff froin Self-Abuse, Ac By HOIYT J. CULVER WELL, Author iif the "(Jrecn Hook," c. The world-renowned author. In tins nomira ldi Lecture, clearly proves from his own expe rience that the awful consequences of Se!f Abuse may be effectually remoTcd without lnejicines. and without dan-rerous surjrical op erations, bougie, instruments, rinrs cir cor- 'MhW'A .P'.'i-jW "R.V.,.'.t flv"Wji icflVver? su f??fer no matter what his condition may be. may cure himself cheaplv, privatelv and radically. This I.F.trrt'KK WILL PHIIVK A BOON TO THOUSANDS- AND THOUSANDS. Sent under seal, to nr.y address, in a plain sealed envelope, on the receipt of six ecnis, of two poptajre stamps. Also. Du. CftVKKWPHS "Marriage Guide:" Trice f0 cents. Address the PubUslir-r?. . ( HAS. .1. C. KLINE i Co.. 12 J Bowtrfj Sew York; Post-Oilice Box 45SG. Lkir 53 W - g : S S pJ& rl X j ess . I i j OllERIFF'fi SALES. By virtue of sundry writs of Vend, Er)"n.. issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Cambria coun tv nnd to me diiccted. there will be exposed to Public Sab, nt the Hurl hert House, in Johns, town, on . nrl it .v. tlie ISth day e.f October nexst., at" o'clock, P. a., Ihe followiiiir real es tate, to wit : Ai.t. the rijjliti title? rtnd Jtitcrrst oT ftimno! Rhodes, of, in stiid to three lots of frck:n'i situ ate in Conemauyh borough, frontin-f on Ride nllcv, adjoininir lots of John Devlin, Frank Devlin, and Mary Ann Carroll, bavins- thereon erected a one-and-a-half story plank house, now in the occupancy of Simon Rhodes. Taken In execution and to be sold ut the suit of D; G. Hubert. Also, all the rljhU title and interest of J. M. M'Clure, of. in and to a lot of irrouud situate in Conemauirli tioroujrh. Cambria county, to wit : Fronting-on the Frankstown r.iad -in the north, adjoin ir r lots of Cambria Iron Company on the east and south, nnd lot of Thomas Swart man on the wcsti haviiur thereon erected a. plank house, now In the occupancy of Wm. MGuire. Taken in execution and to be sold at the fcuit of Johnstown Savinas I!ink. W. n. UONACKEK, Sheriff. Sheriff s Office, F.bensburtr, Sept. ir. 1873. JAMES r. MILLIKLIX, Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent, IIOLLIDA YSUURG, PA. SPF.CIAli ATTEJrTIONT jriven to the collec tion of claims in Blair. Cambria, Hurlinfj clcn, Bedford, Centre nnd Cleartieid counties. Parties wishing to purchase, rent. Kell or fl clianRO rcai estate will find it greatly to their advantage to cnll on or address me. fjCorre-'poudence in either Ensiisn orGer man solicltefl. tScpt.2i, lS73.-tf.' TAKE NOTICE ! All persons nre hereby cautioned against interferinjr in any way.w'ith foe followitfirjdescribed proper ty.. ImllirnT ly nit. i nnu w i.ilii i.imi, tit , vi nm township. Cambria county, and left with him rlnrinpr my pleasure: 1 pray mare, 1 black mare and oolt, cows, C sprinir calves. 4 head boirs. 4 sheep. 1 two-horse wae-on. 1 sled, 1 wind-mill. 1 harrow, 1 plow, 2sets hr.rness. 3 bedsteadsand beddin?-. I table.- 0 chairs. I parlor stove. 1 cup board, aud ;;0 yards carpet. AMANDA EBIQ. Carroll Twp., ?ept. 1!, lS73.-:jt. DISSOLUTION. The partnership heretofore existing between the umler sijrned in the Marble niiinufaeturiiiBr business was dissolved by mutual consent September irth. 1;;73. Tha books nnd accounts are now in tho hands of B. Kelly, who will hereafter con duct tho business in his own name. B. KELLY. JAME ISKEXXAMAN. ' I Loretto, Oct. 1, 1873.-4t. fOLLID.l YSIil'lMi. nAVINU iur-hnsei tlie cstAbl'slitnent lately known as Enterprise Foundry, we are now prepared to manufacture IKJ IIT CASTIIS'GS of every description. Tho Various Styles of Stoves inanura'-tured nt our establishment are in all respects ci'iial to any iu the litiliket. Steam Enincsand all kind of Macliiner, promptly and satisfactorily repaired. rT"AII our work is wurraniedto tie exactly wlnt it is represented. I Aug-. rwi.-U. EX E C UTO US' N OT I C K. Letters Testainentary tit the Ksta'e of Ant 1to sr RKER, late of Su'pichariia townhip. de ceased, havinvr been jrrantod to the undeisin ed by the lie-isirr of Cambria county, al! persons indebted to said estate are hereby no tified that payment irnl he ma le wit itout de lay, and those havinur claims will present them properly uuthci,tieited lor aettlcnient. f infei-este; parlies have ln-n reporting in the northern part of this county that onr rates- for ma mi fact u ri njr Woolen Goods. Vc are niii';!i liijeh'T than they really are we deem It ncces-nry for onr own prot'-ctioh and for he infi.i million of the public to pub'isll tiis following- MSf OF PHICES. Jl'p.nkefs Flannels Cassimercs.. Satinetts i.i..iii per pair. .iVl and Ili ct.. per yard. '() cts. per yard. .VI i ts. per yard. ...20 cts. jier lit. A-PATON A H KEIl. I FRANCIS J. BAK Ell. i Exe-cutore. Susfiucli'innii Twp.. Sept. li?, 172.-Rt. (IITKT. OF TIIE PltOTK.r-lION MfTCAI. ) FistE I.nsuhanck Company okCamiii-i a Co. Ksr.xsr.fKn, Sept . Sit, 1S73. OTICE is Jicifby given to the racm- . brr-; tif the above named Company that an assessment of 4 percent, has been ordered on all notes now in force, as per rcsob'Mon of the Board of Directors, passed Sept. ;H. IS 7:1. ; nnd parableat their office on or before October I S"ito 1J-73. T. W. DICK, See'y Lboranyr, Sepf . Zr,. IPTH.-St. j ACARlI ' HfO THE INDEPENDENT Vol F.r.S OF CAM- ' JL BiIACOl".TY : Disiriistcd wl Ii t his day's j ooins in the Democratic County Convention, j I hereby off-r inyseif n an 'i. ;i-mf-iif Cnndi- j drttr for f he oflie'of SH E!S 1 FF. and ph ila-e my- ; self, ir elected, to fulhll the duties faithfu!!y ; and to the best of my nbility. j JAMES H. Rr.XFOIID. I Jnne 23, lS73.-.".m Johnstown, P.t. COAL! COAL! ! The snht:riher Is now prepared to furnish in Ifirpr or small Quantities, all qualities of ANTHRACITE and BITUMINOUS COAL, at lowest market rate?: Coal delivered -Toinpt!.r and frrc of charjre tor hanlinjr at nriy point in Eheiisburir or vicinity. Orders left at tlie Zaiiu Stokk will receire eat. ly attention. DANIEL II. ZAKM. XpOR SALE. The iinilersi-rnml will sell on very nirhlerate terms the f.)ll(T in(r"'dcscrir'ed articles: 1 PIANO nenrlv new anel in excellent order; 1 set PA lil.ou FURNI TURE. a p-ood ns new. and 1 KVA5S fe WAT SON SAFE. Call on or ad-lre V. S. BAUKEIl. Eliensburpr, Sept. 2C. l73.-4t. IIIoTl T A x"F TO LU.MIiEnMEX. YDi: SALE C1IKA I'.-Two yokes Osf r., vrar oltls, wnrrnnted sound nnd henl'hv, 1 Truck Waoii, 1 ir: n axled four-wheeled Wnjr on, liK) feet Lov C!ain. Apply to o- n.l 'ross JOHN P. O'XFILU Sept. sn. 7S73.-3t. Cierson. Pa. F. A. SIIOKM AKKR .WJ!.')!. SCCIll.F.II. ch6emaker"s SECHLER, O Atliirnr.vii.iit.I.nw, a-16.1 EnENSBrR-.CvMBitiA C.. Pa. fif. VILLIAM KITTELL, Attorucy- nt-Lar. F.ben-.burir. Ofiice in Cd- onnadc Row, Centre street. 1 i'u.-if.J Uariling anl Soiiming Ciirdini; T. M. JOXKS & SOXK July IS, P73.-tf. Ebensbuitr Woolen Factory. (J7vTYEA(ii:n & co., lVlioIrr.Ic and SIt .1 1 !Sahnfarf nrrrs of TIN, fOlTER AND SHEET-IRON WARE, and r.n.ii.i.tts i.v : Mini Parlor aid Ccofei Stoves, Ao. J4G'-! Eleventh. Avenue, Alttiona, X. noOFINC and SPOl'TINfJ made to order nnd wurr.iute-d perfect in manufacture and material. Or.iers rcspccl fully solicited and promptly ntteniled to. ami polite attention accorded tt till, whether thev purchase or not. Altoona, Sept. ."i, l.7::.-lf. JO (I T iTl C I Mi! 'JIIE nnder-ia ncd ib-slres to inform thscitl 1 y.ens of Chest Sprimrs and vicinitv that h I:. is this dnv iioiivlit from Jas. A. Litfiefield his BLACKSMITH SHOP, .-took and To.ds.and wlii 1 carrv on the business in nil its branches. Spe cial Htt-ntiou paid to Hrr?e Shoeing-. The pa -. rnac of the public Is respectf ully Solicited pnd !tjfaetin uiiaratiteed. t sT'Oiaiu taken in exchanB-e for work. I ivm.:i.j'.nfa I Chesr ?irin-r. April 5, l-". IMjim. I A V7i7c()TJjC 1 1 ON OFFICE J t -cr - TIERNEY So NULL, ( oVumne Kowj I'.hPtubnri, j T-Spe-i-.il nl tentiou paid to collections 1: ; all partiiot tho United States. 3-l-l.-tf.l 1 Tames j. oatman, m. i.f t t'losicinn niul S ii rnniT. Ens.vFm-Krt, Pa. ! O.Tioe on TTh-'t street. nea-!v opposite Blair's M'.'ei. 'osiiieocetin C-rf.rl St., 'rVect Wj-r . whvre nis!it CHoSbhould be made. 4-4i-tf.l DICIv. Atiocnet at Law, El n-iblirir. l:l. Of!lfV'tll frAnt nmm 1 j. l.iojus r--r l-mi.iti.ir; tent re street. Ai niii'iicr of le-cal.btisine-s attenoed to satisfae torily, and eol'.eetionj a spccialtv. lO-W.tti1, NIEL McLAUOULLV. Attune ,1-.hi!a!i-.Tii, PH. tulSee. in the F.vcbarisre huild.iriii. ,ip-:ritr. cornor of CI: to; and Locust strci-'s. Wij: ,itteu..j to all buv liebs connected with his r rr.t e-K-ioii.