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XIDir, - MAHC1I 20, tS73.
VOCAL AMD PEflQONAL.
There, ami the Other Tlace.
"Best prints, 10 cents, at Ctchlcr'a.
-'. .-This is a legal holiday Good Friday.
Ladies' iik ties, 63 cents, at Stehley's.
Gouts' white shirts, latest styles, at Steh-
.Ladies' kid glove, 80 cents a pair,
, v kiey'a.
.Th ii'imbcr of "flittlngs" tins year has
, teen large thus far.
To-day and to-morrow are pay-days for
i Cambria Iron Company.
' If you liaren't ganiet.J seeds that will
W, bay thtm at M. L. Caiman's.
-The Martinsonr?, Blair county, Core
o has been resuscitated, and the country
4-If yon want thoico srtgar-ctircd hams,
;to M. L. Oattnan'a. He keeps the hest
' The s:iiior Woodruff of the Johns'own
irihiocrat is yet confined to his bed by reason
. 1 .."severe illness.
..Mr. R'ubard McClaln, landlord of the
Ct. Charles Hotel, is lying ill and is not e.x-
ucted to recover.
An interesting letter from .Jacksonville,
I orida, reaches us ac tco late an hour for
j o'ii::ion this week.
. -res!eiday was the? Feast of the Anntin
it: r, ntd was observed as a feast of ol-
, jUlon by the Catholics.
i-Tlie grading of a third track between
' i JlT.itzin ar.d Crrssnn will be beg'tn so soon
L rtbe weather will permit.
'i-Ttiis is pre-eminently tho season for
- t-rcanlile drummers. A drren, on an ar
' g, graoe o.ir streets per day.
; A young ma. i named James Reese com
t.Uted suicide in Oreensburg last Saturday
,' ty'gwallowing an ounce of laudanum.
,- Mr. Jim Maitland, a one-time resident
of T.beiisburjr, is with us on a short vIMt.
II repo-ts his health, etc., as A. No. 1.
(joods of all kinde at cost until tSih 1
tril. to make room for New GooJs at j
. Ctrran'. Don't forget this at Oatman's. j
., Altcoua's policemen have donned now
ia1:ims, but their lecal option occupation
making infrequent raids on saloons will
,4 flu u.i K-'iie.
e-Ths s:m crossed tho equator last Sun-
v jy. If thu almanacs tell the truth, the
i,ai-n for vernal Khowers has therefore
The Vigilant Firo Hughie Company of
JlVvotia wi'd celebrate their seventh anni
srtrarr with a banquet ou the evening of
,'Oe : C' !i.
A M;:i!r of stibpenas in the Johnstown
prfr.--tt scandal ( i:! have hee-n served in
- IX- r.-l I'.ry. For furtl.t r particulars, inquire
r .v r.tw l pufd i;reinreii ei.urcn was
' iTti'.i' "aed u' E i.l Or.eiiiai'.ch ia?t Sunday. !
'Jltf rist cf '.ho edifice, when completed,)
te $:.cu. j
, 5 Like ycur n rcy mm 'o I'a'man s,
''11 cn'y Cash Store in Ebenslmrc, and save i
"tfcc trA pen eutngc you have to pay parties !
;bo do a credit business. j
For s;lc c!nsp--'-a large "li'c." Fori
tflntbi f particulars, app!y to the editor Of '
i f 1, X't ' r m ft rA Te 7. n (lta itu nur hi vliur tin fur. !
. th ir use for it apparently.
, r Saniiel Brall'n r, of Jrv kson township,!
.Will on Friday, April 16ih, proximo, sell at i
public sale a lot of hordes, uiub's, wagons, J
tied.'', hay, straw, eb S ;o haudbilis. I
1 ? The very best teas in tlv mat hot at;
- re paying for teas not as good. Miud
tk for tuns, Oai man's is the place.
'" i T'vo tianps broke into the house of a
Mr. Baker, near Plattri'.le, this county, one
y laf nci-k, and despoiled it of wearing
Cfparei to the value of 330. Xo arrests.
- Tlir.sc of our subscribers who intend to
.largo their post-ofiice address this spring
tlb:iM notify us of th change, that we may
tiakatho proper changes iu our mailing
, t The thermometer at 7 o'clock last Mon
:3ar morning marked 4 abovo zero. The
jfraiher several days before and since that
, Jato w as extremely cold for tho time of the
' We put it on rocord f-r the betsfit of
fto'uTe generations that Wednesday night
Cnd yesterday bad snow and storms as
Mvcre as bavt, been seen in this latitude in
' .aide a decade of years.
' John Mitchell, the Irinh agitator who
Jid last Saturday, and the late Michael
Olasson, Esq., of this place, were both na
.". Jverjof the same town. Dungarven, in the
Jaunty IWry, Irelanl.
!? Joan Whitehead recently t hipped from
:is m:no in Clearfield county upwards of
,"lr.;r hundred tons of coal in one day. John
l evidently the Whitehead-ed boy on tho
. "joal shipping question.
i lr. Hoffman, dentist, will be in Loretto 1
. riiiirsilAv 1t itmf inf tn rt ..!.,( tit tlx.
- , . - ............ .v.. ..i- t'v uig ;
Ka.l who are afflicted with defective molars j
r incisors. The people of that section are '
frqrtrs'ed to make a note hereof.
are 25 cents per dozen in our mar-
. 1 ...v-, .. i.j iuq near
Wtpn.ach of Easter
Butter is 23 cent per
fuumi. iigurts in either case will ma-
COrially decline inside a week or turn
-The Huntingdon M. K. Conferen. on
v Monday passed a unanimous protest against.
Iha repeal cf the Local Option law. But
Ihij action comes too late to be of practical
raw No long after the fair by many days. !
? We have received A copy of the fifth an
nual report of tho Board ef Commissioners
bf Public CharitiV s. It comprises five huu
Ired pages, and contains much valuable in
formation and statistics relative to crime
r. 1 pauperism.
I Two convicts in the Western Peniten.
iiary, n hose homes are in Susquehanna
joNvnsbip, vrill he released from that instl
Ir.tion on the 9:h of next month, by reason
'of their respective terms of sentence expir
ing on that day.
I The demise of a woman named Fleck
twho was aged 9t years is reported from
(L'.air lom.ty. She was tha mother of ten
children, tho grandmother of .eventy-suven
children, and the grtat-graiidmother of six
ty -seveu children.
To make room for Spring goods. Gels
For.t..r c Quii.n, 111 and 115 Clinton 'street)
Johast.mn, are now offering immense bar
gains in winter goods, such as flannels,
,b antets, f Ir hats, flowers, feathers, etc.
FAlso, splendid dark calicos, Mrh an wtb
jut si.kl and, at ci-nts per yrr l.
We have too mncli mns tap In this sec
tion ence in a while, but one- decided ad
vantage that wo possess over oar neighbors
! of the lowlands is that our souls are af
frighted not by the possibility of an ice
gorge with its resnltant devastations.
The house of a mart named Bradley, a
resident of the Summit, caught fire on
Wednesday morning last. Through the ex
ertions of a number of Ebensburgers who
chanced to be present at the time, the flames
were extinguished before much damage had
Our butcher friend Mr. Joe Gutwalt
paraded two show cattle through the
streets on Wednesday. They were the
finest specimens of the bovine genus that
have been seen here for many a day, and
will b served up in the shape of steaks and
.-. . . .. . - -V- .
roasts to-inorrow just lu time for Easter i
"How are you Sam ? can you tell me
the cheapest place iu town to buy goods?'
"How do you know my name is Sam?"
"Why, I guessed it." "Well, then, guess
tlx cheapest place to buy goods." "Why,
at S. J. HffB & Bro.'s, 241 and 243 Main
street, Johnstown." "Correct. Yon may
The most mclancholey thought coupled
w i:h the approach of spring is, that the time
will soon be here when it will be necessary
to blacken our boots twice a mouth. Talk
ing about boot3, E. J. Mills, High street,
has just received a new stock of tho finest
and best boots, shoes, and slippers ever
brought to Ebcnsburg.
The Clearfield Itoftsrnrtn'$ Jovrnal says :
"Tho amount of square timber to be run to
market from this region will not much ex
ceed onu-half the usual supply, judging
from the information wo have ou the sub
ject. A limited supply will nndoubtedly
insure better prices than could be obtained
were the quantity greater."
The local editor of a fashion magazine
says that "limre is something very pretty in
ladios' gloves this season." Thar unmar
ried boj evidently means tho ladies' hands.
He might have added, and truthfully, too,
that the prettiest ladies gloves for spring
wereti.be fourd iu Ebcnsburg and are for
ralo at Myers & Lloyd's, High street,
As an indication of the severity of tho I
weather we have been lately experiencing,
lt may be mentioned that large numbers of
the blue jay, one of the most timorous of the
feathered ttibe in the summer time, are to
be found fliitirg hither and thither in our
gardens and on tho pavements drawn
thence ia quest of crumbs to preserve their
The robins ard bluebirds that left "ns
and went South last week, having been be
guiled here by a couple of days that showed
uo surface indications of snow or ice, have
not coino back. Their arrival here again
along with that of the swallows and mar
tins, may be momentarily expected, fr the
Altoona Tribune informs ns that the "reign
of winter has been broken."
Late reports assuro us that Hon. A. C.
Mulliii, formerly of Ebeus.bi-,rg, is dying at
his home iu Ashland, Schuylkill county,
His brothers and vistcrs have been sum
moned to his bedside. He has many friends
and no enemies here, and one ami all will
I unifo in the expression of sorrow at the ap-
proa-.htr.g itemis.t of one so young, so bril
liant, and whose future seemed so fair and
On ihe Tyrone division of tho Pennsyl
vania Railroad, additional .rolling stock will
be placed, Ko as to accommodate the rapidly
increasing business f that branch. The
folks over there want additional facilities for
going to Ji bntitoisn, to Ihe end that they
it-ay le eimb'd to f ry a visit to .las. J.
Murphy's, 1(9 Clii.tt n Hrret, that city,
ai d buy a suit of the cheap and fashionable
ready-made eloibing he has just received.
Near lilacklick, Indiana county, lives a
man named William Fair. Thirty years
ago he became a religious enthusiast and
lost his reason, and since that time up to the
present date it has been found necessary to
confine him in a room which is in reality a
prison. He ia 80 years old, and hale and
hearty, and passes the major portion of his
time in singing and praying. At least the
Johnstown Tribune leads us to infer that
such is the case.
A case of violation of municipal law
was lately liefore the burgesa of Hollidays
bnrg. That official, in his "charge," said
that the punishment to ho accorded the ac
cused there were two of them, and both
had been adjudged guilty would be a fine
in a certain amount, or else imprisonment
for a certain number of hours, with "bread,
water, ami molasses of the black-strap va
riety" for pabulum till they again breathed
th; puro air of heaven.
A young man named Willard Plnmmer,
aged 21 years, employed as brakeman on a
j shifting crew in the railroad company's
yard at Fast Tyrone, was killed while in
the performance, of bis duty on Tuesday
morning. It seems that while in tho act of
coupling cars one of his feet caught in a
frog, which caused him to fall on the track
with great violence. A portion of the train
! ran over him and his body was fearfully nm-
tilated. He lived about an hour after the
A young man, twenty-two years of age,
named William Fmigh, fell off a freight
traiu in the neighborhood of Kittanning
Point last Satur.iae l.itiht o.t .. !,..,.i
of thc ca ' . . .
was removed to Altoona and the injured
members amputated, but death ensued the
following day. The remains were taken to
Wilmore, of which place he was a resident,
tho following Monday, and interred. He
was the flagman of the train by which he
met his death.
A motion for a new trial of the great ore
case of Louder, Dysart ami others against
b Blair Iron and Coal Company was heard
for Judge Dean at Holjidaysburg last
week. One averment was that two of the
jurymen who tried the case, and who reside
in Altoona, had been tampered with during
the trial, by witnesses for the plaintiff, and
upon una a riue was granted to permit thc
.,. vi ivwiummy io ascertain the tmtk of
this charge. No time was fixed for the re.
turn of the rule.
At the Logan Hot se, Altoona, the other
raorniog, a passenger per tho Cincinnati
Express registered himself as ''John Feren-
oatcb, Cleveland, Ohio with the adden-
(lltm. "DO not allow anvhod r n on M n.
j r J
room ti.l noon." The natural inference wa
that the man intended to commit suicide.
but invasion of his room revealed the fact
that he was, or pretended to be, president of
the Machinists' and Bracksmlths Union,
and that .a had taken this rnelhod of seen-
rlriLT in ..t-. ... -
-Portage, No. 2, and parts Adjacent there
unto, are rapidly acquiring An unenrUble
reputation as being the bannt of a gang of
rowdies whose Acquaintance it is not desi
rable for decent people to cultivate. One
day last week, another of the oft-recurring
pugilistic encounters characteristic of the
section came off between two or more par
ties, and, though no one had an eye gouged
out or an ear chawed off", yet considerable
blood was spilled. A criminal prosecution
before our Court is threatened as one of the
Sheriff Linton and family, for the past
soven or eight years connected with the
Mountain House of this place, will early the
cominrj week remove to East Conemaugh,
where the former purposes engaging in the
mercantile business. Tho House, which
ka Avtnatvrl. .f .1 f. . : -1 1
will be extensively refitted and refurnished,
will hereafter be under the control of Mrs.
P. L. Linton, relict of the junior member of
the former firm of proprietors. We bespeak
for Sheriff L. and family a pleasant and pros
perous career in their new home, and for
the Mountain House under its new manage
ment a largely-increased and profitable line
The remains of Peter Collins, sr., were
conveyed hence to the Summit for inter
ment per special train on Wednesday morn
ing, a Solemn High Mass of Requiem over
the dead having been previously celebrated
in the Chnrch of the Holy Name by Rev.
Father Boyle, celebrant, assisted by Rev.
Father JJcvlin, of Loretto, as deacon, and
Rev. Father McHngb, of Wilmorc, as sub
deacon. A funeral discourse was delivered
by Father Boyle, in the course of which a
high encomium on the virtues of the deceas
ed was paid. All the members of the fami
ly, together with a large nnmlter of relations
and friends, accompanied the body to its
Hand bills posted here and there an
nounce that the celebrated Blind Tom will
give a musical entertainment in the Court
House on Tuesday evening of uext week.
Blind at his birth, the son of ignorant field
hands, and himself totally devoid of educa
tion, Tom is yet possessed of talents and
genios which are ac knowledged to be at
once he admiration and astonishment of the
musical world. lie has been before the pub-
llc for many years, and wherever he hasap-
peared, eat, west, north, or south, the mea
sure of applause that has greeted him has
been unbounded. The mere mention of his
namo, we know, will fill the Court House
auditorium to repletion on the appointed
evening. He goes hence to Johnstown.
A lucky chap, while walking on the
highway iu the neighborhood of Cresson,
last Tuesday, touched with his toe a bit of
wrapped-up paper that lay in his way, and
out of the package flew just think of it !
a genuine five dollar gold piece. Under the
mistaken impression that he had discovered
a mine of the precious metal, he walked a
mile in every direction from the point w here
he picked up the coin, instituting meanwhile
a vigorous search for other stray packages
of paper, but his labor was the only reward
be got for his pains. Had it been nearer the
first of April, he says he would pronounce
the whole thing an al-foo1s' trick. As it is.
he wonders why the five dollar piece might
not jr.st as well have been ten dollars, aod
consequently he is not altogether happy.
This item from the Curwensvil'.e Tiuw.
Many of our exchanges are bragging altout
the heavy weights, single and aggregate, of
families in their localities. We have quietly
bld our peaoa until now, hoping some paper
would publish the weight of some which
would balance the scales against our family,
but we have failed to find one yet. There
resides on the Luthersburg pike, two miles
west of town, a family named Conrod, four
members of which pull down the scales at.
1.070 pounds. Isaac, the father, weighs
2."0; the mother 350; Catharine, a young lady
just mat-tied, 200, and John, a young man,
220. There are two other members of this
family whose weight we did not learn, but
it is afo to estimate ihj wh l aix atl,4-0
pounds. Now, let us hear who can leat this.
An Unlawful Love. The Huntingdon
Monitor of hist week records a notable in
stance of unlawful love. It appears that
Mary Wbitherstoiie, ayoung, single woman,
of respectable parents, residing up Broad
Top, recently eloped with a colored man
named Nobta Robinson, living in the same
neighborhood, who has a family consisting
of a wife and five children. The mongrel
couple stopped at Mount Union yesterday,
for the purpose of Iwjing united in the bonds
of matrimony. It happened, however, that
some of the citizens of the place were ac
tjnainled with the betrothed parties, and
knew Robinson to be a married man having
a family of several children. Sheriff Hen
derson wa at Mount Union at the time, and
was prevailed upon by a number of the
citizens to interfere ami prevent the con
summation of the unnatural marriage. The
sheriff, who has very decided convictions
against the amalgamation of the white and
black races, addressed a few plain words, in
a very authoritative manner, to the sable
skinned creature. The would-be bigamist
became greatly frightened, and thinking
there was imminent prospect of justice be
ing meted out In him in a rather summary
way, concluded to make a hastv retreat.
I which he did at a rate of speed seldom
rqiiaiett oy any oi me oipeu KteciH. fursuit
was made after hini for a short distance for
the purpose of frightening him effectually.
The young woman who had such a strong
taste in the selection of a husband, took the
next east Broad Top train, and was soon
speeding her way homeward, where she can
silently brood over tho sudden termination
of her queer love.
A Reli.vblk Firm. In our .advertising
columns this week will be found tho spring
announcement ot Gill & Bro., the well
known and popular whlesala Boot ai.J
Mion m ecr:a;:T., no. 253 Liberty Street,
Pittsburgh. This house is an old-established
one, and stands pre-eminently at tho head
of the boot and shoe trade of Western Penn
sylvania. Their stock this spring is unus
ually large, and consists of every variety of
Women's, Misses', and Children's, Men's,
Boys', ami Youths' Boots, Shoes, Brogans,
carefully selected, and bought at bottom
prices, thus enabling them to effer extraor
dinary inducements to the trade. Their own
brands of fine goods have the fuputation
among buyers of being the bKt in tho
market. Our merchants should not fail to
call and examine Gill & Bro's stock and
prices before making their spring purchases.
There in some doubt whether the repeal
of the Local Option law will bo beneficial,
but there is no doubt about f he fact that the
bsst place m buy clothing ia At the Peunsyl.
vania uiotiung Ssfore, opposite
Odice-.Toh nsto n fta tvIioi-a tin nr.,. !... ...
, . ' "! . . ". ,
I -'-t arnes, u now receiving an inv
iueu stock of Spring and Summer Clothing
for men, rnths and loya, comprising a full
line of gods superior to any ever heretofore
opened in Johnstown. Also, hats, caps, and
all kinds of gents' furnishing goods which
will be sold at prices that cannot be under
sold. Come and examine niv stock. Re.
I tnAmliAr . Vi a t . .-. . : . 1 .
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Extexsive Wagov WoRis.-rMessrs C.
Co.eman & Son. A 1 WWnt r.itv t .-
j wesVT ST Xb'".
.1 . .' m--j JI --,- "
stock of lumber, iron, paint, etc., is all tinia
Vt7ed -rl.iniber thorouKhly
! 1nOtl ftna mm Of the lt nnalitr rli.A
' t?.i1,H, n Py none bntibe t6st and most
. kilful workmen. Sea ad veriisement.
The Nkw License Law. Following is
the full text of the license bill as reported
by the conference committee of the Senate
and House, adopted by both branches of the
Legislature, and now requiring only the sig
natuie of the Governor to Rive it full power
and effect. This act. which we deem it best
to publish entire, inasmuch as the summary
printed by ns la.st week was not a strictly
correct exposition of the bill a finally con
curred in, disposes very effectually of the
Local Option taw, which it unconditionally
repeals forthwith, but does not interfere
with such absolute prohibitory laws ns are
now either fully or partially in force in In
diana and a few other counties .
An Act to repent nn Act to permit the voters
of this Commor.wenlf h to vote evc-ry three
yesrji on the question of trmntinir licenses to
sell inoiotiosr liquors nn1 to restrain ant
regulate the sale of the same.
Skctiox !. Ti'it enai'te'l.'lc... That the act ap
prove.! th 27th Hv of Mfirch, A. I. 18T2, enti
tled an act to permit 'ho voters of this Com
monwealth to vote every three years t the
ouetionof nrantimr licenses to sell intoxio.i-
tins- liquors be and the same is hereby repealed,
Sec. 2. Thst licenses for the sale of honor,
where not otherwise provided for by speeini
law. inny he granted ty the court of quarter
sessionsof the proper county at the first or sec
ond session in esch year, and shall bo for one
year. The said court shall fix by rule or stitno
tnr order a time at which applications for said
licenses shall be heard, at which time all per
sons applying, or making objections to aimil
cations for licenses, may be heard by evidence,
petition, remonstrance, or counsel : Provided.
Thnt for the present year licenses as aforesaid
may !e p-ranted at the third or any earlier ses
sions of siiid courts.
Skc. 3. That all hotels, inns and taverns shall
be classified and rated according1 to the Inst an
nual return of the mercantile apprnlser or as
sessor or the proper city or conntv, as follows
to wit: All cases where the classification shall
be !0,000 or more, shall constitute I he first class
and pay TOO; where the classification shall be
8 000 and not more than tiaono the seoond class
and shall pav400: where the classification shall
be 6.noo and not more than fS.000 the third class
and shall pay '200: where the classification shall
be M.OT0 and not more than S6.000 the fourth
class and shall pay 100; where the clnssiflott
tion shall be less than $4,000 the filth c-sS and
shall pay t0: Provided that no lieens" r.aall be
for less than S50; and provided further. That
any person licensed the present or any portion
of a year shall pay a jrnraf share of the license
fee, and the authority (ri antlnjr the license shall
deslirnato the classification for that year. An I
provided further. That no license for bottlers
shall be less than ISO.
Sec. 4. That any pule made of vinous, spirit
uous, malt or brewed liquors, or any admixture
thereof, contrary to the provisions of this law,
shall be taken to be a misdemeanor, and upon
conviction of the offense iu the court of qmir
ter sessions of the peace of any cit or county,
ihe person so oJTcndinir shall he sentenced to
pay a fine of not less than 30O nor more than
"j00. with thecostsof prosecution, and to stand
convicted until he sentence of the court is
complied with, not exoeedinsr ninety davs: and
upon a second or subsequent conviction, the
party so offendinir shsill pnv a fine of not le
than ,"iX) nor more than H.OOT) and underiro Im
prisonment in the county jail of i.ot less than
three months nor more than one year; and if
licensed shall In lieu of imprisonment forfeit
his bond and said license and be incapacitated
from receiving any license as aforesMid for the
period of tlve years; and any keeper of any
druir or apothecary store, confectionery, or
mineral or other fountain, who shall sell" any
spirituous, vinous, malt or brewed liquors,
mixed or pure, to be us-d its beveraire. shall
h deemed iruilty of a misdemeanor and be lia
ble to the same conviction and punishment
as nnli-oenod offender".
Sec. 5. That it shall be tho duty of the court,
mayor, alderman or justice of the peace, before
whom any fine or penalty shall be recovered,
to award said fine or penalty, ns well aj pro
ceeds of all forfeited bonds, tn tho city or coun
ty treasurer, as th cmo may be.
HKr;. 6. Tlmt the constables of ih' respective
wards, b'.rous-hs and townships shall make a
return of retailers f .'iquors. and Iu addition
thereto, it shall be the duty of every such con
stable at each term of the court of quarfr ses
sions of their respective counties to make re
turn, on oh t'n or affirmation, whet her within his
knowledge there isuny unlicensed place within
his bailiwick kcot and maiiitai.iod in violation
of this oct. and it shall be thc c;iccinl duty of
the jiidf of sild courts to see that this return
is taitht'tiMy made; and if bmv person shall
make known in wrjtlr.fr with his r her name
subset Hied thereto to such constable, the name
or names of anyone who holl have violated
this act, with the names of the witnesses who
can prove the fact, it shall be his dutv to maka
return thereof, month or nflirniHtion. to the
court, and upon his wijful failure to do so, he
shall be deemed jruilty of the crim? of perjtirv.
and upon indie: nierr ind conviction shall be
Subjected to its pn i.t a.
Skc. T. The husos.. ;fe, parent, child, iruar
dian or employer i f r, .-, v person who l;u -, it may
hereafter liac the In;. it of ririnkinir intoxieu
tinr lkpior t excess, may (five notice iu wri
ting, signed by him or her. to an person not to
sell or deliver intoxicating liquor to the person
bavin? such habit, end if the person so notified
at nny time within twelve months aTttr such
notice sells or delirors any such liquor to the
poison haviiifr su-h habit, the pcr;-on riving
the notice may. in an action of tort, recover of
tho person notified any sum not bss than t.0
nor more than t'M. as may be as?ssed by the
court or judire damaires. A married woman
may briny such suit in her own name, notwith
standing her coven t tire, an. 1 ail damaires recov
ered by her nhaM go to her separate use. In
cae of thc death of cither party, th action
and riirht of action (riven by ihn's'ct ion f h ili
survive to or bainst h s executor or adminis
trator without limit as to damages.
SPC. H. No person or persons non-residents of
this commonwealth shall enjrajre in sellintr, tra
ding or vending intoxicu tin iiquor; and no
hanker, peddler or traveling event shall en
g.ilie in st Urns; for any person or persons who
are non-residents, or in vendimr. trading or
contractinjr in any manner whatsoever in in
toxicating liquor within the limits of this com
monwealth. Sec. . Any bond s-iven by any person under
the provisions of this set mav be canceled after
thirty days' notice fit wrifinir has been iriven
and recejvei! by the respective parties thereto:
Provided , The sureties to bo released from
such or any bond shall bear no risk pendinir
thereon. In the event of canceling any bond
and the releasing of the sureties, the princinal
shall provide acceptable substitutes if ho de
sires to continue the busln ss. otherwise his li
cense shall Immediately be revoked.
Sec. I0. That no lict nse to sell intoxicating
drinks shall hereafter be granted to nnv person
umil he shall have executed a bond to the com
monwealth in the penal sum of J.'.OOO, with two
sufhciet.t sureties, to be approved bv the court,
frrantinar such license, conditioned'' to pav all
damages, which may be recovered in anv action
which may be Instituted nsjir.tt pirn under the
provisions of this act, and all cosU. floes and
penalties which may be imposed iir"i f-im in
any indictment for violating this .r nnv
other Inw of this commonwealth reiui.ujr to
aellinir or furnishing intoxicating- drinks, end
the s-aid bond shall be Sled in the office of the
clerk of the said court for the 'jse and benefit
of oil persons interested therein.
Skc. H. That It shall n t be iawful for any
person, with or without license, to sell to any
person Hiiy intoxicating drink on ar.v d..y on
n-hich elections are now or hereafter may be
required to be held, nor on Sunday, nor nt any
time to a minor, or to a persou visibly affected
by ttitoxieatirifr drinks.
SK' 12. That any license heretofore granted
shall not tie invalidated and that none of the
provisions of this act shall be held to authorize
the manufacture or iile of anv intoxicating
liquors in any cily. enunVv, borough or town
ship having local or special prohibitory laws.
An- Important Act. Among tbe bills
passed by the Legislature ami siffned 1tt
the Governor is one requiring Iteconleis of
Pee;ls to prepare and Lue-i in iheip resnac-
tivo oflices general, direct ar.d adsectum in
dexes of deeds and mortgages recorded
5hrein, prescribing tho duty of said Re
corders and declaring that the entries in
sai.l general Indexes shall be notice to all
persons concerned. Here is tho act.
Section 1. lie iteiuu trA. etc.. TlMtin,l,i;ii.
I to tlie indexes which the liecorder of Doe.l in
(noli county of this commonwealth i required
to keen, thesa'd Recorder shall careful;-an I
accurately prepare and k-ep u liU oth two
general indexes of all Deeds recordeJ therein
In one of which, to tie known as the direct in
dex, he shall enter in their order tho name or
the grantor, the name or the run:ee, the vol
ume and pnge wherein the Wood is recorded
and in he other, to be known as the ad sect urn
index, he shall enter in their order tho name of
tke grantee, the namo of the grttntor. and
tho voimne and page wherein the deed 4s
recorded, HeshaU in like manner alio pn pare
and, Veep two general indexes, one direct and
the other ad scctntn. of ait mortgage? record d
i.i liis offiVe. SHid indexes ahaJI be arranged
alphabetically and In suc!i a way as to afford an
easy and ready reference to said deeds ami
mortgages respectively, and shall b written 4a
a plain and legible hand: Provided, however
that in any county where soc-b indexes have
already been prepared and are in use. sr where
any t-pecial law relating to such Indexes is now
In force, they nhiill be adopted and kept as tf
in pursuance or this act.
Sec. 2. As soon assnid Indexes are prepared
It shall be the dnty of the R-corder to index in
its impropriate pl ic - ,d tuanner every deeV
aud mortgage th. .; ji.f ! recnrdn-l in his olce
at the time th f.r.-3 t recorded, and in eaao
he neglec s to do i .tu 1 his sureties shall o
liable in damages f.o uy person HggiUvvd bv
S3. 3. The cctry of rocortSnd ded and ntort
gsges In 8id nulexes respectively shall be
iotvee to all persoug tt recording of thesnne
rc. 4- In counth-s wh-re ni sneb indexes
- !. .,t1ij.i,TIi increor are bere
I Vm"ihetSi "0 b. pj,d uPtZn '
ty ; but arter said work has been dune the cmts
ot continuing the same according to the nro-
vl. Una r t tki. : . 1 1 t .- . . "
j tl D ,Bv "B " te respec
tive rejurdert. (Approved Maroh i. IS. j.)
BiZAAK op THi Nations. The Pre
Association" correspondent writes as fol
lows from Philadelphia in regard to a gigan
tic enterprise which i about t be inaugura
ted in that city, And the success of which is
nndoubtedly assured from the fact that Mr.
John Wanamaker, whose name is known in
nearly every household in the land, not only
because of his proprietorship of the largest
Clothing House in America, but because of
his connection with many of the most phil
anthropic movements of the age, is the ori
ginator and master spirit. So unique and
unheard cf an exhibition has never hereto
fore rx-en attempted in this Gentry, and we
mistake the spirit of our people if they do
not extend to it a patronage worthy of so
great an undertaking having for ita object
so patriotic a purpose as the one it is'de
signed to further. Referring to this extra
ordinary enterprise and the no less extraor
dinary man who has originated It, the "Press
Association" correspondent says ;
I have heretofore In these letters expressed
wonder at the amount of work done liv John
j Wanttmakcr, in onrsnizinir local committees
I throughout the country, charged Willi rxisinir
j funds for the Centennial. Tlie responsibility
oi raising tne minions or oouars tu carry out
the intentions of the originators of the Exhibi
tion, was placed iu his hands, and ritrht nol.ly
is he carrying on bis work. It is done srrftfm'
ttmsly, and now, in addition to t rx business
cares that receive hisattention for t person
ally directs the machinery that moves fe larg
est clothing establishment in America a4
probably in the world Mr. Wanamaker husdc
termined that the ounjr Men's Christian Asso
ciation shall have, herein Philadelphia.. build
inir grand in size and architectural beauty, In
w!ieh Christians and non-believers the world
over shall be warmly welcomed with true
Such a builtiinjr will cost several hundred
I thousnnd dolhirs to erect and finish. It will lie
rasrd, and Ihe farst step towards raisin? it has
been taken by holding a treat and novel Enter
ta:iitnenf. Exhibition and Sale, in this city,
coimnencinjr March Dth, and continuing until
the aith of April. This entertainment is en I led
"The ltnzaar of the Nations," and the largest
Hall in the city has been engaged In which to
hold It. A larro avenue will extend the entire
lenalh of the Hall, and on cither side will be
ereeted iiouses. accurately representing the
following national Germany, Franco, Italy,
England, Scotland, Russia. Sweden, SwitzcV
and, Venice, Turkey, Syria. China. America.
4co. Those houses will be so sunstantially con
structed as to rentier them perfectly sa'e. They
will be supplemented with balconies, and dra
peries appropriate to their respective nation
alities. In each house will be established a Store or
Razaar, where ladies ami their attendant, at
tired in the national costume, will offer for sale
rate, luocyiind useful articles, mainly thc pro
ductions of the countries they represent.
Entertainments of various description will
bo given in day-time and evening. Curiosities
rrom every quarter of the globe will be exhib
ited. A Cafe will form one of the attractions.
Street scenes of remote lands w ill be intro
duced, and tne languages of the world may be
heard on the busy thoroughfare.
Every effort is being put forth to make the
nazaid- ine most attracrrve, interesting and In
fltriifiiiri. uiTui. a.'v I.. h,t..r .u.
of P..n.,. u-,.i l l t ,,. T e,.;..r.t
Sxraxge, but Tkue. It is natural for
people suffering with Consumption, Coughs,
Severe Colds, or any other disease of the
Throat and Lungs, to put off from day to
day buying an article that they know has
cured their neighbor, friend, or relative, yet
they have no faith in it until it is too late.
Tf you will go to your Druggists and get a
bottle of Boschee'S Gebmas SvELT, your
immediate onre is as certain as you live.
It. has lately boon introduced into this coun
try from Germany, and Druggists and peo
ple everywhere are elated over its success.
You can get a sample bottle for 10 cents and
try it. Regular size bottle 75 cents. J.ein
mon t Murray. Ebcnsburg, or P. M. Vole
slagle & Son, Wilmore.
Free or Chakok. Dr. Morris' Syrup of
Tar, Willi Cherry ami Horehonnd combines
all the medicinal virtues of those articles
which long experience ba proved to possess
tb most ttrit in.i. ,uiititH for all diseases of
the Thioat and Lungs. Coughs and Colds
are speedily relieved by it ami iu Croup it
nets like magic. Call at U. J. Lloyd's Drug
Store and obtain a sample bottlereepcftarae,
or a regular size for l ; or at P. M. Wcie
slagle ifc Son' Store, Wiliyore. J. It. Molt
Itrs. 11.) North 2d St., Phil. fS-tS.-ly.
' '.JL .. L
SVTI.LKR LWIYD On Wedns day, Feb.18,
1S7. at tlie rcsi'Jcnco of the bride's fat her, by Her.
J. (1. Thomas, Mr. Frcdkrkk a. SriLLsn. of
Philadelphia, to Mis Maooig A., second daugh
ter of Abel Lloyd, Esq , of Kbenburg.
Ao.companyingthi; foregoing annonneemTit was
a inanincenl present to j-t? priuter man. Where
fore, and in consideration whrreof. we tender to
the higli-cnnlrai-aing pari ies our b.-st wishes. May
the skies overjhaiiou'ing their paths tlinugh lite
wear ever a roseate hue. may their davs be loia
in the land, and in the end of this suhluimry exis
tence may their ehildrcn risa ap aad call tkcm
hi esse J. y
ORIFFlTH-.fONF.S. Marrlel. Thurs lay eve
nlnir. 2th instant, by Rev. T. R. Jones, Mr.Joaj
T. ORirriiH of Cambria township, to .Viss Mao
oik J. JuNiis, of Kiicnfrburg,
Another! The heart of ye printer mnn w;i la,
thi ease likewine not f uffcrod to go ungladilened.
and iu thc fullness of his satisfaction he nttcretli
the words that If care or trouble e'er befall the
pathway of tho twain now ma le one.it will he by
reason that the joys of this lite are not justly
meted out to the truly good and deserving.
O Itl 'I'l' A It T.
COLT.IXS. Died athia regldence. In this place
on Monday last, Teteu Coi.ms, sr , agsd 63
Mt. Collins was born in the country Ponegsl.
Ireland, and emigrated to this country in 18ie'.
Alter having aa a contractor finished a portion of
the present turnpike both cast and west or this
place, he settled in the village of Munster, Mid
way between here and Crreson. in 1S20. Seyeral
years after this. h was elected one of 'the Com
missioners ot the county. He was subsequently
a canal or railroad on tract or near New Lisbon.
Ohio, and when the Pennsylvania Railroad was
commenced he received the contract for sinking
the Ftiaft-s of the tunnel at Oallitiin. Me ro
moved, with jjis family, to this place nearly twen
ty years ago. Mr. Collins was well and extensive
ly known and aniversally respected. He was
honest in all his business transaction, exemplary
in all his conduct throngh life, and a xealous mem
ber of tha ("atholicchureh. His remains were taken
to Suinmitviils on Wednesday and buried In
the t atholic graveyard at that place, where his
wiTe and several of his children ret. May he
rest In peace.
LEVI. Died. In Parr township, on Thursday
forenoon. March It. 1H75, Mrs. Clara Levi, wife
or Ms. Agtdae Levi, aged about 39 years.
The deceased leave a family of ten small chil
dren. Her remains were interred in the Catholic
graveyard at St. Nicholas on Sunday last. Mav
she rest in pea?.
faOTICE. On hand, a large lot of
Round and Split Chestnut aud Locust
Poets, for sale cheap for cash.
' tlF.f). HCNTLtY.
pXEGUTOR S NOTICE.
-J Esjats of William M Cot tlec'd.
Cettera tcsiomentary on the estate of William
McCoy, late of lcarfield township, Cambria coun
ty, have been granted the undersigned. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested tornake
immediate payment, and those having claims
against the same will present them without delav
COKXEL.II S MOiiRIS, Executor.
St. Angus! inc. N'arch 28. 18T5-GI.
PLATFORM gPKlNft WAGONS
PLAIN SPMXa W AOOXS.
Heiry aa Liaht sgona. ali kiods of Carts sad
Yi neeluarrott . inanaiactured and for sale cheat; m.t
DUQUESNE WAGON WORKS.
Co mer Craig street and Allerhny river. 2 squares
below Suspension Bridge, Allegheny Clt v. Pa.
Repairing promptly done.
C. COLEMAPt fc SOX
ETAIL PRICE LIST
AH. WARD & BROTHER.
atU Bt, between lih an l leth Ase's
No. 1. Flowr. per sack ...
No. 1. S. O. Hams, per lb. .
No. 1. S O. Shoulders, per lh ..... .'.
Extra A Sugar. "
c ii ihs for : .,
Choice Rio Coffee, pej lt
' Japun Tea, "
" English iljreaVr.ist Taa, j.er 1 ".
" Oolong Tea per lb
E!ra Vung Hysoa, per ID '.'. '.
a i-;i i it nasias.
French Prunes, "
Dried Apples, "
Perthes. - "
I Canaod Peaches, pr can..
i otntuoes " . . .
No. 1. Mackeral, per lb. .
Nv 1. Oodtish " . ..
No.'l. Ukt Herring ....
J?53 Linr.UTY STJtEKT, riTTSBUMiOlf.
To which wo invite tho attention of tho Trado.
With the opening f another spring' w anmniiice the receipt or a romi.Vt. 1
Tne,nVrVT;V.,,C Good' OMAN'S, MISSES', ami ClIfLDUEVS. MEAN'S COY?"
and YOUTHS." HOOTS, SHOES, and BKO'JA.NS. " UOkSs
Conf ess Gaiters, Ah -, Oxford, and Jersey Tios ami Fin Calf Boots
Miners' bailed Shoes, Rubber Goods. Ar.
AJso a large stock of CITY-MADE GOODS, Gont, Morocco s.td Lasting
L5 Bottom Prices. Orders promptly attended to.
"M"OTICE.- ITar?ne- loaseI fr a term
" of years the Saw MlLLewd bv th
Mellon Brothers. I hereby rtpeotfailv request mil
persons having lumber on the premises to remove
the same without delay.
Carroll Twp., March IB, lb7S.-t,
- Estate of Mary H asset. 4ecM.
letters testamentary on the estate of Mary ltas
sey, btteof Washlni-ton township, t 'ambria" eonn
ty. PcBQ'a, dcern.el. have been i.set tothenn
dersigneri. reaelinir in said tornsbip, to whom all
persons indebted to 8H tte are reqnestert to
make payment, aad those baring claims or de
mands will make known the itmi without delay.
VAL,tS'tlj i UUARTZ.
March 19, 1S7S. 6t. ' Kxccutor.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE Having
Wen appeintod Andiror by the Contt
of Common Pleas of Cambria county te report dis
tribution of the money in the hands'of the ShfriJT
arising from sale of "detendsnt's real estate, in
L'lviti h'arinf, Xo. S Ilcetmtjer Terra, 1874. of
.Ichn Kinney, natnrnl gua.rllan of C and B. J.
KcK.'.'mey, tu. Kdward Mctilade and Catharine
Mclladc notice ia hereby given that I will attend
to Mi duties of said appointment, at my office in
Kbensburg, on Tcesdav, Apuii. 13th. 175. at 2
o'clock, r. it., when and where they must present
their claims, or be debarred lroin coming in up'n
sail fund. EO. W. OATMAV, Auditor.
Kbcnjburg, March 19, 1S75.-W.
HEIUFF'S SALE. Br virtue of
a writ of Ft. Fa., issued out of the Dis
trict Court of Common I'letts or Cambria coT'n
ty and to tne tlirected. theie will br eTio-etI to
I'ublic ti.le. at tlie tiera House in Johnstown,
on MnxiMT. theftlli day or A pi:ii. 1-71. nt 1
o'clock, P. M.. the following lieai K-tate, to wil:
All the right title and Interest of Jara"! Tiarhy.
ef. in an1 to a piece or lot of ground siiaate in the
norougn o: t "oticinaugn. ciunMia county, trontmg
"ti xx.n.rua'i iirecb. an'i a-jjoining lot
Kiuiroa't street, ani a'ljoin.n lot el r.ilen
fSwerney on one side, lot of the heirs of Robert
Drown, decM, on the other sle, and extendina
bark to Crooketl alley, having thereon erected a
two story frame house and plank stahl. now In
tho oceupsncy of Jatnrs ItarLy. Taken la exe-u-tJon
and to be sold at the suit of R. II. SiDger, for
ue of liibcrt, VVavnc & t'o.
IlkltMAX SAT'MER, Sheriff.
Shcrijr Office, Lbcnsburg. March 15. 1i7..
ALL WHOM IT MAY COX-
CKKX. Notice is berebv given that I
have this day purchased aud paid lor. of A. D.
Fi.akaoajt, certain pmpeny, ootls and chattels
(left in his care during my pleasure), in which are
included a Turbine Water Wheel. Shingle Ma
chine, MulaySaw, and all the machinery, fixtures
and attachments necessary for rtinnir.g't he sune,
such as Shalting Hcl.fr.tr. Dcvelcd and I'nvmg
W heels, &c. &c. : all thc Household and Kitchen
Furnilure, Including- Hedstea.ls and Bedding,
8lovrs and Ware, Cupboards. Tables. Chairs,
Washing Machine and Wringer. Cooking t'ten
slls. Carpets. Kr., is.; all his t arp -nter Tools, ln
ciudiim saw. chisels, axes, augurs, wrenches, etc.;
one cow t and all the white pine timber Ivirgon
the land of Joseph (. llollen. suitable for shingles.
AH persons are hereby cautioned against med
dling or in any way interfering with said property
wil hout my personal consent, as the same has b"en
bought by me fur a valuable consideration and Is
fully pai f for. JOHN II. F1SKK.
hite Twp , Cambria Co., Pa., March 13, Itlb.
J.C-tltLt-. SOUTH WEST. EDWARD WEST.
HILL, WEST &, CO.,
Brooms and Brushes,
AMI WHOLESALE ttAt.Er.8 IN
PRINT; STRAW, RAG OAMLLA TAPERS,
t OTTOS AJfD iir.it P THlr.S,
Flour Sacks, Croccrc Eags,
TEAS. TOBACCO, CIGAIiS, fc.
121 StlUSD AVKM'E,
Detwces Smith fi f.i. tj and Wood Strf.ets.
3-19. PITTSBUftOH, PA. 3m
QHEUIFF'S SALES Dv virtue of
suntlry vrrits of !iJ. Export., itstieil out
of the District Conrt ef Common Pleas of Cambria
county and to tne directed, there will be exposed
to Public Sale, t the Opera House in Johnstown,
on MONDAY, the 51 li day of AI'lilL next, at 1
o'clock, v. si., the following real t:atc, to wits
All the right, title scd interest of Charles Mo.
Bid,e and Mrs. M. J. .Ms Bride, of, in and to a lot
uT ground situate in the tw-rop-rh or Coticmau-rh,
tVuibria county, bounded tollowj. to witt
Hounded iq the east by lot of Josrph U'Jierry. on
the north by lot or Thomas Walters, on the gest
by lot of Simon Khoadg, and on the south bv Jot of
Vincent Smith, harir.g therein erected a twostory
plank house, not now occupied, la ten in execu
tion ii&d to he sold at the -jit of Wiu. Caldwell.
Als, all theright, title and interest or Hernard
Itraeken, or. in oud to a piece or parcel of land sit
uate i.t CntieraauETh township. Cambria counir,
adjoining lands ot Cambria Iron Co., Charles Wil
son. Samuel Ricard, and others, containing 300
acres, more or less, about seres cleared, having
thereon erected a two story frame hoase, not now
occupied. Taken in execution and to be Soid at
the suit of Thachcr it Co.
HERMAN BAUMF.R, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Johnstown, March 8, 175.
lit? STORE-JEW GOODS.
Flaring just opened first-class
In Room formerly occupied by V. S. Barker,
I WILL SELL EYEHYTlIftG IN MY LINE
AT THE VERY
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Mrs. M. J STEIILEY.
Ebcnsburg, March 12, 16T5.-4t.
Singer Sewing Machine
And Where to Buy It.
Cor st ym ax See here, neighbor, can yott toll
me where I can buy the sewing machine people
talk so much about T
Citizen of EBEssiw-Rn Yes, with pleasure. 1
presume it Is the Singer Sewing Machine that you
CX-r- Vt-s, ;&ia the situ
C. of E. Well, just clow a there, twa t'ooT? st
f Zahm's store-, is the jdace. and m v word for it
yon will be well pleased with yoar parchass if voa
inv.-st in one of thoso machines, jltstrs, Bailkt
fcTaTB. the agents, have now on han-l all stvlea
and sizes orthese Indispensable machines, rroin'rhe
cheapest to the most valuable, and are accommo
dating gentlemen who will he pleased to show von
thc Ins and outs or thcirrarlous ln.ichlnca whether
yon desire to buy or not. They alsa keep thread,
needles and all the other paraphrenalia of a sow
ing machine, and are at all tiin-s prepared to a
tend to te repairing of reitrh.neo la a rstr-jntial
4d sttsfjtry raaniser, and at -r lajjral
rates. Ti.vn'l lorgct the piacc Mtjrti street, two
doors est fi Mitn' store, fcbcnsoarg i ii.-tC
Ami t K I ST H A TO JI' S X G T I C K.
Cistate f Maky Mi .Olauk, tl M.
letters or Ai txi!ni?ir-ii to on the eitatt tf said
deeedest, late of A llcrbcuy t-.wnsbip having been
graded to the inderslgned, living in saM tewn
ship, all 4erions having claims ag.unst said estate
will present Otero properly proven, and those la
' debted to the same will make paxmcnt for.hwi.a.
S Feb. 26. Is75.-6t, liKIljOEf MCLUY.
PIIOTDGlWra GALLERY FOR m. l
CIMPIE TE In all US del srtmcnts. Itrat Ukjv
lion In the tw cilirs. havitior a larire and aa
established eusiom. Will be aoltl at a great bnr
g;iin. Prtce, lifti. For particulars raa on or sJ
drtss Immediately, W. J. Sarvrr. Jeweler, No
6C Federal Street. Allegheny City, Pa. (S.-4t
AT Law, Elten.bnrg, T. Ot3e with
ri8-;r aud Cudr. in f Hurt Ileus.
AVf-Lir53 fo r;-e Sale, at the Pf
rettn, ,n Aht -jheny tsarh p. t abrf a.,"T m,
riitDAl, MARCH 26th, is'ts.
At I O-CIXiCX. T. M, the f. lh.wing d. rib.a
lr,.,rty ,o wit: 1 Spt.rg , !,. 2 Hog.. 1 one.
L""ltr,f ",Vn-1 Sled, l-uttlva w
T'V r?n'!' 0a'" '' ,he "H l. and one Tub cf
Mier- -Term. will be made Wown f
PIECE or PARCEL of LAND
f4g.anni1J0,Sh-rD'r,own!i,',r' "nibrt rmiT.
fhfA-,. atapts '.cornerof land ol P H hieltl't
r. Lhi !"?1 or'l,i,1 Shields. South eV's decWiS
in I Jang load ; thence alontr n l ii.nv u i
i , "l?r v" 5.1 ei-che. te it pr,M : t hence mil
along said Plank Koad. Kortb S4.ieKrea It
h I h V- """"a-.snd r. H. Shh-lda. North
X i iTTS"- Vrrh. tos hem ,-k: then,.
North 15 dt-grets, Kast : 4 perches, to the place of
bcginnirg-containinj, sArt and
rlt. sir;ct measure.;
Tekms or Sale )ne-hlf thc rn-.-l.iiM mcne
on delivery ot the Meed, and tbeVlJn fv IZ
ytar. with itneresr. to lH-secure.1 ly theju lgtntLt
exemption note of the pon-h-scr. 'Smtij
.arth 12.-t. Asslgnecot licence WiUebrand.
Near PENN'A n. R. DEPOT.
Wholesale and Jietail Iealer in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
BOOTS AND SHOE?,
HATS AXH CAPM,
CAIIPET8 AN-n 0,',!'.'T?i? X AU
WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE,
PROVISIONS and FEED of all kinJ,
Together with all manner or Western Trc Juca,
FLGU3. EACC-J. FIShVAIT. CARBDrj CJl, ETC.
t-r ri;r.len!eand retail order liritcd and
S., 'he"- notice a'tlS'l
IOWA AND NEBRASKA
FOR SALE BT THE
Om Tea Utrs' Credit percent. Interest,
O.x Wtimi ier i t.,va I- s.-vthrrn Xehra:a.
The finest eojjr.trv In the r.r-i t -
lag and Stack H,l?ilZ. Theoiii'"'
ly cultivated ; Climate warrn ..iU 1 V,M
q-iircd on prirf-r.nl till FIFTtr.r a-ments re.
ONE-S Hi ENH1 EAhV
Iaml Exploring Tickets
Sold at honor-ant stations on the Chlcairo p..
lington and Quincv Jni u..a ..V" 7; L,nr
relun-ld when bind is bougl.t ' U C8t f ntn
Twe.tr per eat. I rcmiVmV cu, vaUon1 lOCk
PrtHinrts wvTt naif r rr.,t
"The so-called dr.$-!tn in Vh t .
l i--jm.j Turlington. Iowa. f, i. t .
J t-uriington. Io
or Lincolu, eb
. - - - - ii if.
.r eoraska Lands
in Ebensburg, P on l lhe Coart "-
MOXDAV, 3t Altai 291 h, IST.
At 5 O'CLOCK V. m.. the roUowirg descr be
propt-rty. to wit : K aescrlD 1
A PIECE Oil PARCEL OF LIXD
Miller, and othrVi."
more or leFS. nVat Fit J.1 , 1 A- HES,
thereon erected I bwrLiTZS , ITti h"" ;i
ULKand rccssnry OuSiM.gV'01- STA"
nJt-To X?XrJ?:!Lrj 1-reh.p.
balance In two eWl anV.i'" A'e-?
st. to be secured bv J0igraetu n i. ' "J"1 in'
: of the purchaser: us and mort.
. -mtcittee of Jem Varonr.
ance of a nesnlitTion r.-.t i n.- r..
. uiinil pSVHpif ,T
ge.. and Town Council on thertih dav
sry. 1STS. an election will be hell a" thei
places of holding elect iens in the Fast
v ards or Ebenslmrg rtcrough.
ge... and Town Council on the ?,, ,.. ; ' , "A
lixi. ,i.r i ...r.;.. ;"',vu -"'TrKMr, ten
nTs7i,Va tXtrm- W"h tht rrcnMnd.bted!
ness thereor. not to exeed seven rr eetrnm of
heasseascl raluntioa orid Uort ulh 7a JS
the last assessment ite cxney ar,,s frc ,J
ViVF r 01 T" or nre d cr purist. 7U?
said liorough or Ebcnsburg. u'l'vyr-' M
Valuation cf Borough propcrtrat lt
Existing in'lehtctae'4r " ti'.rouirli
"1 1 JUB in
tickets to be t .t..,. v. . .
I ..i. .'l". ana cvmta:
n on the
cirtr be Ini'-vaml l
liy order cf tte lUtrr. a., Tow Connr,x
ADM I MSTH ATOK'8 XOTICI3
... KltHof JamfsI-HAUV Jpc-M
. . . . r . , . "--.i-r. ut-tj tl
' "i -imiii':rtloa ravin
......... inr cstnip ni i a v tr-m . .
ons indebted to sid estate are required " maki
linmcd:-e payment and t he, having tllL''
present tht m dnlv rU lor settie-
rth.M.HT5.t. HL.X1IY i'iEHT tT AtTra
letters tcstamc,;.:; . !.-tv""l'
i. .3 I
vitas --- of tfec Por.Mtchcf letto. tambr -county,
Pv, oec d. t-ae been ined to ti ZX J.
V:,h9lMiro r""c'd reeJtrfiedttiat
jns cluains agafn-t the lust wtil preseut them tr.-.
per ly authenticate.! for settlemeiii. 1
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