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:KIA CO.. PA.
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i,i t mi v nrirk or an r.m
,1 an "a.1"" in our tnis-."l.-iint:
tlu-Hl for sale.
, tannery of William .1.
M:ii. iVnirc eoliniy.
in.. Thnr-.lay liiglil.
,... t.irin passed over
,,, ,i Sun. lav. Mrs.
i.eviiie, a- strurk and
,!' a- mjiiif.i
a fail of U.h-k. He
l..n ho-pnal for
the work on the
i i,.-i.eii Lilly ami
,,r.a-iiii! their force
, ..iin.liel 011 Sunday
h.,,C.'- out of a ralf lielonjj-
i.ji.ii.. a farmer reidiui;
:.,.!i. Ve-liiH'i'elaiiil eotinty.
1.,..,! a line ti ay horse fron.
am I hei.ny, of his pla.-e,
! 1; .i- a valuaMe one that
, i,a-. a in ! hii;H'il to llos-
ve.i !l e
last week a
o Id Armory
in; to Shad
tv.i imnieiise (ierman
i. , jM.'!i-. in erooked t'l'eek, hack
J., . .(,,!,. at N.-wville. Indiana
1 ,,l hi. h vve.u'lied ix pounds
I II 1 lie i..llll.U.
1 .,- Kiel.-, of lear'ield. has an
I i,.i!,.-if a- a eamli.laie for the
, i-i.in; 11:11 1011
El ..i .1. I. M.aiiL'ier.
jt Law li" .i'.U!oll.
J Nrii. I,., eon. III. ted a gents fili
al 1. 1. lv lei t trial place one
iii.i hi- horealKiuls are
i-ii.i an. I family Irouhles
:lie .-an-e of his disappear-
1;,. 1,!. .11.
' ..11 ..r m:
j lniU lii'
of Clearfield, has di
. are not entitled to
kin returns to court'
to one fee for war-
i.ame- of more than
l.a.e niii. ha-e.1 larue lMdies of
- m S . -i iii..i elaml county, alone
f:h.- i t,.i..i-eil load. It is said
; i:i h.i-e iil auirei?dle two mil
i iar'i-. i.ri i.rietor of the late
.". ..I ,li'liti-town, was irreled
lav. .'hauled with oblamiiiK a
."1 fr:u I he Citizens" liiiilding
j '.an. .11. of Alloona by false
-!'.. Mar-luli. aired :5T years, of
.innm it-i -iiici.ie at his Iw.ard
. in -h it i iiy. on Saturday even
' v .1 Vhm k. l.y cutting his throat
:i.. r. Mai-h.tll had Ijeeii ou a
l A 1-
ladti.-i v .
1 .r.. i
July 1, at Coperslale, for West Taylor,
Kosr.lale, and Coopersilale.
July 2, at Morrellville, for Ixwer Voler,
Weslmont, and Morrellville.
July :(, at ConemaiiKh, for Franklin, Cone-iiiu.Ii.-Ii
Township, Kaist Conemauti, and
July 9, at Weaver", for Kiehland.
July 10, at Klton, for Adams.
July 17. at Ilarneshoro, for Susquehanna and
July is, at Spangler, for spangler.
July at Niektow 11, for Karr.
July 21, at llastiutrs, f.r Klderan.i liastinii.
July -Ji at Koxl.ury, for l'per Yoder and
July -j:!, at Walnut Urove, for Iaisytowu,
sinny "reek, and Hale.
July 21, at South Fork.
July 2a, at lielsuno, for Hl.-ek lielc.
July 2s, at iallitzin, for Tunuelblll. Ualllt-
xin Tiwushi, and (iallitzin.
July 2SI, at Siiniinerhill, for Croyle and
July at Wilmore, for Siminierhill Town
ship and iliuore.
Ainrust 4, at lortatre, for I'ortage Township
Amrust 5, at Lilly, for Washington and
Au-juM K, al Yess.n, forCr. -son Township.
August 7. at KlKensliurj.', for i.'auibria Town
ship and Kliensburi;.
Ausfiist s, at Ixtretto, for Allegheny and
Aucust II, at t "iske, fr White.
Amrust 12, at (ilxsviiw, for Keade.
August !:, at St. latwrenee, for t'hest Town-
Auirnst II, at St. Augustine, for Cleartleld
and I 'best sprinsrs.
Amrust irH at Kairview, for Juekson.
August IS, a '111 rolllown, for farroll Town
ship. I'atton and t'arrolltown.
Auirnst lit. at Ashvllle, f.r Ashland, Ash-
ville, and lean.
Auuust -JL at Noel. f..r Munster.
a . '. iit;v-e.-ciiled counterfeit
if lu- :na.le 11- appearance in Al
i li '. i.'.h 111 -a-it is dated ls'lM,
li' ai ..-.n ,un and rini of the
'H When Weighed, however.
1 :i ii j hi.-r.
i.-.l l.y a llood Suiidiy
in- (Jnrimr the year of
1 '.I. The h.tik sheds.
- huililiii, connected
i.iv badly flooded,
rue- in the low 11.
a'n -aw mil! -itnaled aliolit two
' "f N .. k :.iwi, in ISarr town-
i : -' !h.- 1 .rillith e-tate, and
n. iVfMiiiltilh.nl this place.
! -!i. ..-, by tin- on Wednes-
11. till u-r-Ti rimiiiiiir on
J;' 1 1- -uppo-.-ii thai a
--l.itk in thf -aw. lust causetl
et ui. to Vigilant
Nepteinlier 1, S-ial Kxainination at Kl-
Kxaminations will tie-in promptly at S::
All written work must lie done with pen.
Wliile'.s Sh-IiooI Management, lierkey's
Teacher's Manual ami t.'nide. and 11 llif lie's
M istakes in Teaehim; will form the l.asis for
examinalions in MetlaMlsof Teaching.
I erl ili.-.it. -s will 1m mailed not later than
'iiir ii, folloM in;; Ilie exiiiiiiiiatioii. Appli
cants will present their last year's eerlilieate
the I'n. Supl., tofelber with a stamped
enveloM-, aildressed, for a reiMirt of the e.x-
Applicant: from other counties must pre
sent a valid certificate from their own Vainly
Siieriutendeiit In-fore they will be examined.
C 11 i form examination paper will lie furnisli-
ed l.y thel'ouiity -Uerinleiiik-iit.
i'ea.-bers should ! examined in the districts
where tliev r.-l to apply.
Sci-relaries of the Hoards will kindly see
that school rooms are clean, well ventilated,
and omii at S: HI 011 the inornini; of exam illa
All friends of education are invileil to be
present at the examinations.
T. U CilUSt.iN,
Supt. of Schools of 'ambria t 'o. l'a.
June li, lswi.
Kxrurnloa Knnte Knolt.
The passciiijer departnien' of the !nn-
sylvania railroad company will, on June I,
publish its annual Summer Kucursh.n
Uoute Hook. This work, which is com
piled with the utmost care and extctnes-i.
is designated to provide the public with
short descriptive notes of the principal
Summer resorts of Kaslern America, with
the routes for reaching them, and the rates
of far. There are over four hundred re
sorts in the book to which rates are
quoted, and over hfteen hundred different
ways of reaching their,, or combinations of
routes are set out in detail. The book is
the most complete and comprehensive
hainliM.ok of Summer travel ever offered to
lis paires are enclosed in a handsome
and striking cover, in colors. Several
maps, presenting the exact routes over
which tickets are sold, are bound in the
book. It is also profusely illustrated with
line half-tone cuts of scenery along the
lines of the I'ennsy Ivania railroad and
Any doubt as to where the summer
should le passed will be dispelled after a
careful examination of the contents of this
On ami after June 1st it may be procured
t any I' nnsylvan a ra Iroad ticket oilice
at the nominal price of ten cents, or, upon
application to the general oflice. Broad
Street station, by mil for twenty cents.
A Kelle of I" sat Am
Mr. Milt Fhillippi tell lis that while
sinking a shaft for coal near town a few
days ago, a blast threw up the petrified
head and aooiu live leet or what was once
an enormous living snake, probably some
species of water snake that inhabited the
seas that covered this portion of the conti
nent no one knows how many thousand
years aero. Mr. Phillippi says that the
head of the huge reptile is as large as a
man's head, and the poitions of its body
recovered are as thick as the leg of an or-
linaiy auult person. Unfortunately the
specimen was broken in several pieces. It
will tie hauled to town shortly for exhibi
tion, and probably later on sent to the
Smithsonian Institute or the Carnegie
Museum at Pittsburg, to be placed per
manently among the collections of its kind
al one of these depositories. Somerset
Krai Estate TraMfen.
Hugh McNeelis to Thomas V. Uagan.
Oallitzin borongh; 1 1.300.
George Evans et us. to Vigilant
liuHding & Loau association, Lower
George F. Evans
HuildioK & Loan
Jennie E. Butler et vir to Standard
Building & Loan association, Morrellville,
John Kolas et ox. to Joseph Kirk, Pat
ton, f. 00.
John A. Blair et ux. to M. D. Bearer,
J. li. Stull to J. P. Slull, Richland, tui.
John A. Hamilton to M. K. Piper,
Edward O'Brien, guardian, et al. to John
A. Hamilton, Washington, $01.
Susan E. Fry et vir to J. G. McCrory.
George R003 et ux. to P. W. Plotts,
George H able bt et ux. to John Noco
1 nig. Ixtwer Yoder, faoil.
George Habichl to JohuNadolny, Lower
Kate Kaldenbaugb et al. to John Gru
ber. Johnstown, tl.
Susan A. Skelly to Pennsylvania Kail
road company, Poriage borough, fsK).
Cyrus Strayer et ux. to Liddie White,
Ralph L. Ooffet ux. to E. Will Green,
Catharine Crute to William Oppy. East
Francis Devlin to Catharin Devlin,
Alfred Tucker et ux. et al. to Thomas
Barnes Karnesboro, tl-k).
George W. Soeice et ux.et al. to Thomas
Brown. Barnesboro, tl.
Samuel Horner et ux. et al. to Jacob
Horner, Conemaugh, t230.
Samuel Horner et ux. et al. to Jacob
Horner, Conemaugh, t375.
John Huber et ux. to Mary Magdalen
Gray, Elder, tl25.
Francis S. Diehl to Henry S. Helrel.
Portage borough. t37.
Daniel Dolan et al. to Susan Dolan,
Sarah llelsel et al. to Daniel A. Murphy,
John Eckles et ux. to John W. Hudson,
West Taylor, tM.
Annie L. Prosser et vir to Michael Ben
nett, West Taylor, tl.OiK).
Joseph Dorris et ux. to Henry Fleshour,
Anthony Sanker to Anthony Laino. Gal
litzin borough, ttou.
Margaret P. McConaoghy et al. to Wil
liam Zelin-i, Lower Yoder. t32".
Eugene H. Overdorff to Excelsior Build
ing & Loan association, Morrellville,
Charles 11. Williams to Excelsior Build
ing & Loan association, Morrellville,
Harry E. Overdorff to Excelsior Build
ing .t Loan association, Morrellville,
Patrick Clarke to Jane McNeil, Oallit
zin. borough, tl.aO.
YaleutiiieThonias et ux. to C. J.Thomas,
C. J. Thomas et ux. to Mary E. Thomis,
Carrol I town, tojO.
Clara Rodgers to Jessie C. Northcraft,
Civilla Blough to Isaac J. Kauffoian,
Cambria Iron Company to Willian
Davis, East Conemaugh, t3."iO.
Administrator of Charles Bradley to
John C. Bradley, Allegheny, f750.
James E. Laverty, by the Sheriff, to D.
E. Dufton. Susquehanna, tso.
D. E. Dufton to William L. Faber. Sus
Charles H. Gross et al. to Cec'l Gross et
al. Adams, t'Ja.iiOO.
Mary E. Davis et vir to Thomas P. Bar
ber, Johnstown, tioo.
Cambria Iron company to John Kelly,
East Conemaugh. t350.
Cambria Iron company to Anthony Pres
ton, Johnston, tH).
John Cox et ux. to M. L. Cuppels, Clear
Annie E. Shaffer to Albert S. Witt,
A. Calvin Blair et ux. to Citizen's Build
ing & Loan association, Johnstown, $1.
L. W. Sweitzer et ux. to M. B. Stevens.
M. B. Stephens, to Catharine Sweitzer,
Mary E. Adam- to Cecelia Breth, C rea
1 I .r
l.ai.ge of the f hristain
-ale a- 11-iial, a lot ol
l.ake.l iieaiis, meats.
nee ..I Jacob
Kt.e ii-hiirir, 011 Salur-
to s , ,.), -t . l
- .1 1.1 till any orders il
ni. Mi .Minnie Lloyd.
nt exercises at M I.
I.nr.-tio, will take
niie li',. at 2:.'tO v. XI.
iiiiuiiis ami honors
..11 .f p,
1 in 11 occur. Misses
" .11. il i;,.iin..iu Uw.. u-Mi
1. tl.- Kuuli.i, course. Tin
"' l i !! an.! I.ai,uet will take
(i "" r n -ii.rm Sunday after-
- -tin. K 'he llo-tetter Coke
-"if- -lal.le- at Whitney.
' '..'. my. and with alMiul
""'I-iv an.l ottr feed they
,'"!,"--d l" ashes. The stin k
" a ail the harness and
r- 1 1.- .,s, ill airgregale about
" ,; 1 " ! y in-iired
I iplnklon at Lilly.
About three o'clock on Tdesday after
noon a frightful explosicn occurred about
a mile tielow Lilly on the Pennsylvania
railroad improvements by w hich one man
was instantly killed and six others were
injured, some of them fatally. The men
were at work for Contractor McManus,
and were engaged in charging a blast of
dynamite when, by some accident, the
charge containing one hundred and eighty
cans of the deadly explosive was prema
turely exoloded. Mike Schawnoki was
killed and Antonio Stibie, Gragorious
Sciskie, Gabriel Augonoski. Frank Smith,
colored, Peter Jackson, colored, and Sam
uel Watlers were all badly hurt and buried
under a mass of sand and rock. The large
steam shovel which stood on the track
lose by was hurled twenty feet from
where it stood.
Wilmore, Pa., June 10. 139C.
Ed. Fkkeman: Mrs. Catharine Burk,
relict of James Burk, late of Summerhill
township, who died in 1371, died at her
home in Braddock. on Monday, June
1st. ISVirj, in her seventy-ninth year. The
deceased lady, whose maiden name was
Catharine McKenzie. was married to Mr.
Burk many years ago, and resided in
Summerhill township during the lifetime
of her husband. She was the mother of
eight children all daughters. The funer
al took place on Thursday last, the remains
being interred in the Catholic cemetery, in
in this place.'
Mr. RichardThomas, of Cambria town
ship, who has been III for some time, is
still seriously indisposed. His daughter.
Mrs. John Jones is also sick..
A meeting of citizens was held in Wil
more on Saturday evening for the purpose
of applying for the next Farmer's Insti
tute, 'vhlch will doubtless be held in Wil
more in the near future.
Misses Annie Storm aud Rachel O' tiara,
of Cresson, "are visiting relatives near
The banns of matrimony were published
in the Catholic churches of Wilmore and
Carrolltown on Sunday last between Mr.
George Farabaugb, of Carrolltown, and
Miss Mary R. Dimond. of the Wilmore
congregation. Mr. Farbaugh is an indus
trious young mechanic aud Miss Dimond
is a talented young teacher and also secre
tary of Pomono Gramge of Cambria coun
ty. She is a daughter of Mr.' Jessie II.
' "'iii'y. ha.l
'1-ail. a f,
of near Roxbury
a narrow escape
'w davs aifo. He
twenty five feet dis
' ",Ul fee during a storm.
was slril.-L- l,v lu.lt r.f
'" -nattered to
'' r""'-of the tree
;,1- Mr. .!..s.er
were torn from
was struck by
ine tree, lie was
11 1 sustained only a
, n ' unknown to at least
'"'''s of the Commonwealth was
' "V J'i.Il'i
Miller, Tuesday, al
in-e assembled to make
"''"rtiiat jlw.JS part of their
. 'hat the highways in their
er.. , Kotd ri.pair
JI"V if 11
pay them for their
was necessary. They
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' r"ai in had condition, and. if
that It was done.
John Flynn, manager of a West Vir
ginia lumber company, at Horton, Ran
dolph county. West Virginia, and who at
one time was engaged extensively in lum
tier operations in Clearlield and White
townships, in thiscounty.died at that place
on Sunday afternoon from cramp after suf
fering Intensely about two days. He was
a resident of Alloona, where his family at
present reside. Accompanied bv his broth
er, D. C. Flynn. the remains of the decea?
ed v ere taken to Tyrone and thence con
veyed to Janesville.Clearlild county, where
they were interred on Wednesday.
-Mr. David J. Davis, of the firm of
Davis Brothers, of Cambria township, who
operate a steam sawmill about five miles
north of Ebensburg. on Saturday, w hile
working on the mill, unfortunately got 111s
right hand caught by a small circular saw
used for edging, with the result that
two fingers of his hand were cut off, the
index finger at the knuckle and the second
at the second joint, while his thumb was
also badly lascerated. He will be unable
to work for some time to come.
Highland Lodge No. 423 I. O. O. F.,
will attend church in a body on Sunday
.,it3p.M..lnll'eC. M. church. All
itnws are reuuested to meet av me
Odd renows -- . .... .nll recelvmo
nt a r . t ni siren in & IMHlV lu 1 .1 Oil U UU1 -c . . - a
goods. Jury nnd aeienaanis uoiguuiy
lodge room at 2:
In addition to the cases reported in the
last Issue of the Freeman the following
cases were disposed of by the court last
Commonwealth vs. John Strumquest;
larceny aud receiving stolen goods. Jury
find defendant guilty.
Commonwealth vs. Gregory A. White;
larceny and receiving stolen goods. Jury
find defendant not guilty.
Commonwealth vs. Sylvester Dorman;
breaking and entering with intent to com
mit a felony, 3 counts. Nol pros entered
on paymeot of costs by the county.
Commonwealth vs. same; receiving stolen
goods. Defendant pleads guilty.
Commonwealth vs. same; receiving
stolen goods. Defendant pleads guilty.
Commonwealth v.. same; larceny and
receiving stolan goods. Defendant pleads
Commonwealth vs. same; carrying con
cealed weapons. Deteudant pleads guilty.
Commonwealth vs. Hill Johusou; larceny
and receiving stolen goods. Jury find de
fendant not guilty.
Commonwealth vs. same; larceny and
receiving stolen goods. Jury find defend
Commonwealth vs. Peter Lorenzo; ma
licious mischief. Not a true bill and the
prosecutor pay the costs.
Commonwealth vs. Michael Priest and
Commonwealth vs. David Scrudet; false
pretense. Not a true bill and the prosecu
tor. James U. Gant. pay the costs, except
the four dollars to the cotinty.
Commonwealth vs. James Bourke; lar
ceny and receiviug stoleu goods. Defend
ant pleads guilty.
Commonwealth vs. John U. Howe; for
nication and bastardy. Defendant plead
guilty. Usual sentence.
Commonwealth vs. Joseph Neff; selling
liquor without license. Jury find defend
ant not guilty.
Commonwealth vs. Oliver Divls and
Fred. Driscoll; assault and battery. Jury
find defendants not guilty but that they
paytlOofthe costs and the prosecutor.
Fred Jones, pay the balance.
Commonwealth vs. Fred. Jones; assault
and batter. Jury Gnd defendant not
guilty and divide the costs between the
prosecutor aud the defendant.
Commonwealth vs. William Nobles,
malicious mischief. Defendant plead
guilty. Sentenced to pay a fioe of $5, costs
aud thiity days in Jail.
' Commonwealth vs. Charles Yocum, alias
John Shoemaker; assault and battery.
Defendant plead guilty and was sentenced
to pay the costs.
Commonwealth vs. William Shank; lar
ceny. Defendant plead guilty.
Commonwealth vs. Matthew Weakland;
selling liquor to minors, four counts. De
fendant plead guilty.
Commonwealth vs. George Jones, Sr.,
and George Jones, Jr. ; gambling. Defend
ant plead guilty.
Commonwealth vs. Toney Anchlest and
the Commonwealth vs. Joseph Lord, cross
suits for assault and battery. Jury find
A ucblest not guilty but that he pay the
costs, and find Lord guilty of assault and
Commonwealth vs. Charles BrennaL;
forgerv. Jury find defendant guilty.
Commonwealth vs. Peter Lorenzo; as
sallt and battery. Jury find defendant
not guilty but that he pay half the cost!
and Rossario Pieco, the prosecutor, the
Commonwealth vs. Rebecca Martz: as
sault and battery. Jury find defendant
Commonwealth vs. Mary Burke and
James Burke; adultery. Jury find defend
ants guilty of fornication.
C. mmon-vealth vs. Joseph Springer;
malicious mischief. Defendant plead guilty
and was sentenced to pay a tine of $5, costs
and 30 davs in jail.
Commonwealth vs. William S. Davis;
embezzlement, seventeen indictments.
Jury find defeudant not guilty and the
prosecutor oav the costs.
lUN'OKED BY THE (IRA.ND Jl'BV.
Commonwealth vs. Joseph Coniuo, sell
ing liquor without license, two counts;
Frank DeCanno, prosecutor, pay the costs.
Same vs. Catarioa Coi.ino. selling Hquor
without license; Frank DeCanno, prose
cutor, pay the costs.
Commpnwealth vs. Henry C. Kirkpat
rick, furnishing liquor illegally on election
day, five counts; Matthew Weakland,
prosecutor, pay the costs.
Same vs. Frank de Canno, larceny and
receiving stolen gaods; Pasqual Wendonia,
Same vs. Louis Pegg, first, second aud
third counts, keeping gambling house;
fourth, fifth and sixth counts, being com
mon gambler; George Jones, prosecutor.
pay the costs.
Same vs. Edward Shaffer, first, second
and third counts, keeping gambling bouse;
fourth, fifth and sixth counts, being com
mon gambler; George Jones, prosecutor,
pay the costs.
The Grand Jury finished its business on
Saturday evening and before being dis
charged made the following report:
June 6, W9u.
To the Honorable A. V. Barker, President
J udge of the Court of Quarter Sessions
of the County of Cambria, Pennsyl
We, the Grand Jurors of the June term
of court, would respectfully report that we
haye examined the jail and almshouse and
we find them in good condition. We would
suggest that the upper floors in the court
house be made free from any refuse that
would be the cause of fires, and would
recommend a bath tub to be placed in the
jail for the use of prisoners.
W. H. Repp.
Court met on Monday at 9 o'clock with
Judge Barker on the bench. The prison
ers tried last week were brought over from
the jail and were sentenced as follows:
11 arty Hough, burglary, and David Wat
son, burglary. In the first case against
them they were ordered to pay jointly a
fine of $100 and costs of prosecution and to
serve three years each in the Western
penitentiary. In the second case they
were also sentenced to pay a joint fine of
$100, and Hough to serve two years in the
peuitentiary and Watson one year.
John Ream, found guilty of larceny and
receiviug stolen goodi, was sentenced to
pay $."0 fine, costs-, aud serve three years in
James Cramer, assault and battery; $25
fine, costs, and nii.e months in jail.
William S. McCoy, assault and battery;
$50 fine, costs, and one year and two
months in the penitentiary.
Chauncey Myers, larceny and receiving
stolen goods; $25 fine, costs, and oce year
and two months in the penitentiary.
William Remmington. larceny and re
ceiviug stolen goods; $35 fine, costs of
prosecution, and one year and two months
in the penitentiary.
Johu Strumquest, harse stealing; $25
fine, costs, and one year and two months
in the penitentiary. Second case against
John Strumquest, horse stealing; $25 fine
Wesley Dorman, burglary ; toOfine, costs.
and three years in the penitentiary. Sec
ond case against Wesley Dorman, same-
charge; $25 fine, costs, and one year iu the
penitentiary. In several other indict
ments against Dorman, he was ordered to
pay the costs.
Elmer Brennan. forgery; $50 fine, costs.
and three years in the penitentiary.
Commonwealth vs. Bernard S troupe
alias Bernard Moore; felonious assault and
battery, larceny, shooting off fire arms
with intent to kill, and playfully and
wantonly pointing firearms. Jury find de
fendant not guilty of shooting with intent
to kill, but guilty on the other charges.
and recommended him to the mercy of the
Commonwealth vs. Aloert and Edward
Burkbart; larceny and receiving stoleu
goods. Jury find defendant not guilty
and the prosecutor, Henry Kerbaugh, to
pay the costs.
Commonwealth vs. Charles A. W. Devoe
ane John W. McClellaod; defrauning
a boardinghouse keeper. Jury find de
fendant not guilty and divide tba costs be
tweon the prosecutor and the defendants.
Commonwealth vs. Dr. Alfred J. Miller,
assault and battery with intent to commit
a rape. Jury find defendant not guilty
but that he pay one-fourth the costs aud
the prosecutrix, Mrs. Lucioda Guingue,
the other three-fourths.
Love Sunshine & Co. vs. C. C. Beilstein
&. Company. Jury find for plaintiffs $137.
.1. F. McKenrick. Esq . vs. Joseph A
Gray. Jury find for plaintiff $52.
Potor Mr Gee vs. Michael Conway was
continued until September 7th, 1896.
J? 70,000 No. 1. Brick. 10.000 Ptmm4 Brick
ad oat new Empire Binder. Inquired
Jane U 3c. M. I. BKAKER.
TlfANrED A general repreontUT la this
county to organise local bomrda lor the
Artisans' Smvloerl and Loan Association. Ad
dress 01 riita Ave., rittsbunc. P- im
WANT El A reliable mta to represent a loan
Institution in Cambria, county Money
loaned In sum ol IliM to 010.0UO. t or pnrttealart
apply to W. M. 1AVIS, Uoalport, fa.
111 offer (or sale at the Ko Bulldlna-. Eb.
ensbanr. on the fourth Monday In June,
to.oou.ou. TUOS, UAV1S.
L.naTaa L.4K1UK, Secretary. rresioeni.
MR t'O W M IMlill 9Wti
" KOBEKT rEKOUSON.of Blaoktlclt town
ship, will be a esndidste lor the efflee ol county
Commissioner on the lirmueratie ticset. budibci
to the derision ol Ibe writ county et.nvnllnn.
H I KTY -TH KEE dollars will pay lor a le. m
of sis eek. board and tborouan instruction
In luuste. at ibe Musieal tioileee. KrwiVum. So jr-
der county. Pa, Mummer Term besrtu Jnl au.
t or catalogues address, iiLnni s. m"
ma zv i.
AT THE OLD RELIABLE.
Everybody, and especially the oyster-loving
people ol Ebentburs:. are invitea w can at num.
MeBreeu's Old Kellable'ltostaurant. wken they
want good, Iresh Oysters, by the pint, quart or
gallon Or you can have them Stewed or fried,
all at the lowest price, fresh Oysters every day.
The annual meetlua; ol stockholders lor the
election ol directors ol the Dresson avi ienneia
Umlk Cot eovptBr will be held at the elnce
ol the company at Frugality. Pa on Wednesday.
June 17th It, at one o'clock, r. n.
JOS. HORDE & CO.
A ll !
Rub your poor, tired feet
It takes all the aching:
out of sore or tender feet,
instantly. Strained or
chafings, or any soreness
or stiffness they're all
relieved in the same quick
It's the best remedy for
Brulsas, Skin Dlsaasas.
Two sizes, 5 and 50 cents.
At druggists, or by mail.
Tan Bbamobctk Co., S74 Cahal St., N. Y.
F 11 lie . .
"Rverv surulus piece of
- - j -
Dreaa Goods from lowest to
highest grade, will positive
ly be so Kl during this month
of June, neither loss nor
cost to be considered,
or send for samples, giving
an idea of material desired,
and get handsome gowns at
a fractional part of real
value. This applies to
Summer Woolens, Silks,
Cottons, Silk and Wool,
every fabric on the fashion
able list. Let us hear from
you in your own interest.
t ,V ?.V,Sru.r,,,1,-v..w1,H,1; "iy tVrks. rn.-n.liv Talk, Krn.ilv
of the More uialte this pUle. It N.ur ,w to U.kUt, U tter an.l i.He lil-
N0 KJKANI JPAR AJttE
ever exceeded the splendor of our array'of Dry Goods. They
are more attractive than ever before, and they will move rap
idly, for the price is right.
Fruit of the Loom,
Toil Du Noid.
Cashmeres, all colors, 15,
Sateen in Persian effects,
3 l--lc per yard.
10c. a yard.
10c. a yard.
10c. a yard.
20. 20, S3, 45, 50c. yard.
12c. a yard.
Hats at High-Tide"
Is the only expression that will describe the state of our Hat
trade this season. Hats that will make tall, thin men look
stt ut. Hats for fat men,
and Sailor Hats for boys. Men's and
50c. Men's black Tourist Hats for
Stiff Hats in all colors
boys' Crush Hats for
and up. Men's
AT ANY PRICE.
Words of Praise.
reach us every day from customers. We suit them with Clothing.
Their Clothes fit, are made well, they are satisfied.
The price is right and the styles correc t.
These are some of the reasons they sing our praise.
We sell all all-wool Cheviot Suits for $5.00.
We sell scuff Suits for $4.50.
We sell Clay-woroted Sack Suits for $0.00.
We sell better Clays for $S, 10 and 12.
Children's double-breasted Suits, 4 to 14 years, si. 25.
We sell Grand Army Suits, including Brass G. A. R Buttons,
for only $S.
Held High, in Estimation.
Something cool is what the people are looking for now
cool and comfortable are these one strap Sandals in Dongola
and Tan Needle or Razor Toe for'l and 1,25.
Ladies' Oxford in Dongola and Tan from 75c. to 12.
Also Children's in Patent Leather, Dongola and Tan sandals
from COc. to $1.25.
PENN AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET,
Yours for Low Prices,
All Kinds ami Sizes for Sale by
Johnston, Buck & Co.,
A. W. UVVU
THE KEELEY CURE
Is a special boon to business men who, having
drifted unconsciously into the drink habit ana
awaken to find the disease of alcoholism fastened
upon them, rendering them unfit to manage af
fairs requiring a clear brain. A four weeks
course ol treatment at the
PITTSBURa KEELEY INSTITUTE.
No. 4246 Fifth Avenue.
restores to them all their powers, mental and
physical, destroys . the abnormal appetite, and
restores tnem w we conuuion I. were id ue
fore they indulged in stimulants. This has been
done a more than IfiOO cases treated here, and
among them some of your own neighbors, to
wnom we can reier wun coimueui-e aa 10 uic
absolute safety and efficiency of the Keeley Cure.
fullest ana most eeart-ning investigation la
d . tieud for pamphlet giving full Informa
ang. 3 4
The fullest and most ear
t raariMtfullv give notice t my many patrons
nf Knensnnrs: sod nountry people at at lame tnat
on and attar Atrll I. 18. I will move say res
taurant from Julian street to twin
slvht ol the lamtrta Hoose, nest door te Wliklay
son's nlaroie yara. wnere win u
a'.l my old patrons, eoping a iioerei soar oi we
nnh in n.tro&ava. l serve weal, bbu iwui-uv
in Hmir.. Hrtee. IS and a) cents. I will keep
a tail Hue of confectionery, Irott. candles, cigars.
ow.utra. lee cream in season, ice cream in -
vors. special dinners and sappers gotten ap by
.iBin. ilm.lt notice. SDf-inK veueieuie. in whi..
i will nave a sueoiei wnur tvw wwi w.m
escorts. Thanks tor past lavors.
moh tL i AMKS H. If ANT.
Estate ol Sarah Haarsa deceased.
Uettcrs ol admtnts'.raticn e. t. a. on the estate
i s.nh Haaaa. late of the bo roll it h of uallltsln.
InUambriaconnty. Pa . having been granted to
me, all persons Indebted to said estate are hereby
notified to make payment to me without delay,
and those having claims against the same will
present them, property uthrnllc.led (or settle-
Qallltiln Fa.. May lst,ise. ma ot.
T. a. MHABAUOH, Csaatlr.
General BaitiujSlieH Traisactei.
The tollowtng are the prtaclpai features ol
geaerai baaciag traslaeas t
Keoelved payable oa demaad. and ter"t baT
ingMrUebates Issued to Ums depositors. .
KxUadedto caitomsrs on lavorania teiai.
Ipproved paper dlscoanted at ait Umee.
Made la the locality and apoa all f
towas la the United tatea. barges moderate.
otlabte ta aU parts oi 1
esoPSBge mi w r
The Atlantic Refining Co., of
Pittsburg, Pa., make a sjecialty
of manufacturing for the domes
tic trade the finest brands of
Illuminating and Lubricating Oils,
Naphtha and Gasoline
That ean be
LUDE FRQI.1 PETROLEUM.
W Ariftllenere comDanson with
Policies written at short aetce ta the
OLD RELIABLE 'ETNA"
Ikrr Ft rat lave a .
T. W. DICK,
0UT.XT rUK THE
States, aad loretga
AOVSBSJ Jl BW
...k.iu farmers and otners
Ul mercaaoie. - --., . ,t-nded.
horn reeeoavDie a--r-"
ia tmna ftn nrwu . . . -
be heldasstrhnly private aad ?"V2s'as-d
that they will be treated aa UberaJf a geed
baaalag i-U. wul i-uy,
JOHIlTwM. BCK et CO.
a. X USD.
SEED & BEADE,
Attorneys txt la.w9
EBENSHUsU. - - - rlKNA.
roffloe oa Centre street. t-Mia
EJTTELL & LITTLE,
Attorneys at love.
eeT-Offlse la Opera Hoase.
tnooTcnr- PINK - DYSPEPSIA - TABLETS.
. r . . J A M KE I RE l ost
It you wisn tno nTSPFPSU IXTl IXHTfTpSTTdli.
XJlUieUA.eSlU aVsVAlAV 111 VIU UW I VIM
Host : DniTonifli : Satisfactory : Oils
in the market ask for ours.
ATLANTIC REFINING CO,
AeTSpeolal atteaUoa te eUtms 'or Pea
n. UammIw miU CHI- HSS
sloa Beaaty. etc
A terrific storm visited Altoooa on
Sunday afternoon, causing damage In the
First, Third, Fifth and Sixth wards to the
extent of nearly 100,000. The water In
. .. - c,.
gome Ot tne 9ireet?i was u t c irc.
deep. No Hvas were lost; there were some
narrow escapes from drowning.
letters ol administration da bonis bob cam
taslmento annexo oa the estate of Peter tttolts.
lateot KatT townSDi, eeoeasea. Davinn oeea
raated to the andersia-ned. all persona savins;
riAiui aealnst the said estate will present teem
tor uayment and ail inoeoteo to saia estate viu
mass payment immouiaieij w
F. A. Saon-aKBB. Admr. d, a. a. e. U a. I
attouit hd oov wsmixoa AT ua w.
eTOIBee oa Oeatra street.
ATTOMKBT-AT-IA. W .
sru"N la Oolleaade itew. oa oeatra street,
ONALD E. DUFTON,
ATTOKN EY-AT- L.A W,
aaT)fflae ta Opera Ueaae, Oeatar sueeu
aasl:ned estate ol John A. Blair.
Notce Is hereby alvea that John A Ktair and
Jane A. Blair. his wile, oa the ath day ol May
lsve. ck ecu tea a aeed ol volnntary asslKoment lo
the ipderslsned transterrlns: all the estate, real,
personal and mixed ol the ald John A - Blair U
trast tor tbe eeoent ot his creditors. All person
indebted to said assiceed estate axe heeNy ni-ti-oed
to make paymer.t to me wltboet delay, and
tboae bavins: claims aicalnst tbe aame will pre
sent the- properly aethentlcated.
Icatd on Centre street near Moant tin House
othce. Khavlna-. llalr tattinc and Mnampoe-laa-
done la the neatest and best manner. A
share el roar petroeaKe solicited.
ad -l ensors CvRfO - ee tie.
Boot free, tire Uuwif A 2Acse
Kim et. umimi.
Will Immedlatelv Strr-ncthcn Slm.-i aed Re
store Aplite. For eale lrei.- or seot
promptlv by mail on rweipt ol I'nre. sua. a bui.
BltiKVUKtw tV-CPBilssriphia, Pa.
Nov. t Cm.
Eteastari Fire teraiice ipscy
General Insurance Agent.
JOHN F. STRATTON'S
I mporters of mad Wholcule Dealers hi tl kinds of
611. 813. B15. til7 East 9th St,. New YorV.
BEST IK TUB WORLD,
laweengrmalitieearenniearpaawf X. arasJ1v
oullaxune two boxt of envoi orr brand Ni
vffected by hnat. iriiKTTH K ;KM INK.
XB SAL BY DEALE1& crsmiu v.
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