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.1- i 1 1 -i A - -i t t -I i 4 I-i I?" -t i 4 i i . i I 3 Uilirin freeman. CAMI-.UIA CO.. PA. jrxEr.. i.s. -.a.-w..waa.ai BV M,4l. ti:,t- wt-re btM-u r " placed on Lake appuiiiU'd po?t- 1' 1 1',, i !;-' lull. I HHI'I li,,-,jy. Ui.li. of ritisuursr, is Lloyd was in 4 v i ., ii ' i . r.ir'-iir ,...,.!ir fair will le lield on the ,,,,,1 4:1. t.f S. pt.'nilH-r. ,1 iliiiimsporijaii. Jiauuf -ui. j. If wiili poison. .... it . r I . I '. M . 1 lol.alll. UI li.iir.uii M . ,i, t.iwn on Thursday. i:,.lTl. of Johnstown, was HU-tr is - 1 ' uu I"- " I,.Uii i" this una this week. term of issue ol tne li-li, of MeKeesport. r siter. Mrs. C yius ii ii . A . .... u l-insr made hv two ., -.ihi. - I" nn-liase of land lu ,. I..I-III. ,, in jli. aired 1.". years, died at ,,, iiiiday. from erainps . -.- i -ream. ,:. 1'ivi-, Seeretarv t Con- h.. r.-turiied home from v.ii.irday. ,. w,t,' ..f Sylvester Strittmal I.. r h. :! '" lla-iinsts on Kri I, ... au"-d years. ai.- i::ilu? I.ir mi uii.iiaur? I.,- ijilure nf upervisurs to 220.127.116.11- iii -afe eoiidilion. ;:-. tilth, is improving his 11 jl. -II--el iy llie ereeiion ill ii;.- 1. 1. -'ii. of tin tire front. , .. inui.l. r his falli. r-ill - law. i, I, .mi. i- r.-purteit to have . this time in Ligonier. l.ail will he played on Hi tins piaee oil .-.annua tl...- I'aU.ui and Kiwiisbtirg I- . I -.1 i.-l . Ai.--'" Weakland and M. I. ... . milii. i tners. were in town altet.dtiii! Ui their ollieial it l. l itiey i-losed down on a, l'n.la of la-l w.-ek to i;ive ' v, - an ..l l'"t tmiity to attend tlie - - in i - i-nt.'iiiiial. .1. .A sh . -maker, accompanied iji.i;lit.i. Mi Theila, attended t-niilll.-M'.-llient exercises at 5St. . a, j. I. -my "ii 'J'liursdav. . i, ll-IIr;. k. of Spangler, ac- ! I y ln-r si-ler. M i tliioiul. town -,,..! I..III.-II.I- iii l liarleroi. M i am j.t'.'l 1. the well-known ; ,.r jti.i . .al ot.crator of AltiMiua. i; . I, .in.-in that city on Sunday, -,.u;y-M-t year of his ajie. ,, i,4 .iinniaiii.Mit at South Fork : I r, .-v 1 1 1 1 1 tr en. led in a r'ol and a . ,i ' arr -'- l.iilowed. The parliei- . i.i-li''.i ly tine and costs. Tr- i- t.lK of of r in Uiair iiu.ilJ the : . ,,1 t.i-t..! ical .s lella l'.ear ou Saturday i:aui.iug an histori rounty. Cambria aim! bfire a large mailer is buriei in . i t-t.iirir stone mason was j. ia!l he unearthed JS dimonds a! i.. tily j:.'"", that had been ii :!,.-. -i-Uar. lie quit wor: on the Mary Kane died of consumption. !. :i:. ii. t at rolliow n. on Tuesday if:, r an illness of over a year. !..-rj! I.. ui i.iaceon Xhnrsday morn- ah Mali, was up in Cyrus Ru- - . L. rrv tree, near (iivensburg ri.ii iiK.- a bird, and the doctors .ity--eeii shot from his body. ' ii.-ra!i- Uubi i'ht. i An.i. r-..ii. of K.K-hester, l a., on v.j, a... (. led t tie call extended by .M.-h.ii; l'i -by terian chnrcli fun- i:. an l ill ..ii Sunday June 21st, ;!. I".'; :t for the lirst time. - .-. ..(..I l'ie-iivteriaii church, ol ; .l.i. li Kev. K. M. lltiwman -f :l.i place, went as pastor, w a; .l .i, s.iii.l iy. J l is the tiuest Pro . 1. iii lira. Mock aud cost $M.- K.itbi.-, who is employed on the ii,.i.. i-nieiits at J'ortaife, fell . J n . R at tl.nl place on Friday ai.,1 u.i- M-vt-rely cut on the head 'j'-- 'i j. lohnMowu to have his - Jr. --.-.!. :i -- the a. ert;-emeiits in this i '' I i;t y m w ill be found that of 5 lr.;i-urer ISarker. in which he t in.- m.il place he will lie in the - -'lu-:- in tl.e north of the county Hon of taei. '-'lav u . 1 1 1 i 1 1 if between Sand '. 1 hiew il iwn across the w ires .-a i ,'rapli company near the 1 I .1.. in i:iair county, and cut oil ii...n on ibal line until the -- i- i. a'.'-.l mid rep.iired. ' - - i-t.-i 1'ln.iiias Callan. of Cresson, " Maj.'ie Kaiiers. of Conentatigh :,1:!-'''I ;n si. J.iiiu's church, Johns l i'-l.iv tnortiiiiir. June lth, by r ' ri: .. iMjfiiaii. pastor of Si. -"!i -ir.-li. Siiimiiii. ! jw-u , ,, invited by tlie I'elin ! a, , I ..:. I f,,- tbe coiistructiou of i. .a, I fiom (.'herrytree north i.-.it,!,ie. t leatlteld county. The i: .:; t. know n as the Cherrytree ; ,; !.' anil ri.i an.i t'learlield. ". -a-l Week a tllt of I i It b 1 11 f 1 1 If "! I the chimneys ill W II 'i - ri,i, uee, Somerset. ear.y -irnitiii.- i,i tin- parlor was ruin ' Mr-, li .cii-ieiiersustaineil a shock '"'''' did nol recover for several An excursion tram over the Pennsyl vania & Northwestern railroad will carry passengers to Niagara Falls on Tuesday June 2a, lS'.ni, from Hell wood to the Falls for the low fare of ." for the round trip. The train will leave Bellwood Tuesday morning, June at 8 A.M.; Lloydsville, .'S: Coalport. t:C; Mahaffev, 9:25. For further information apply toW.A. tord. superintendent, liellwood, or to agents of the P. i X. V. U. R. -A man named Sigmond Shope threw a stone at Conductor Jonn King, ol llie Logan Valley Electric railway, on Friday afternoon at llollidaysburg, striking him on the head auu iraciurmg nis skuii. King is at the Altoona hospital and is not expected to recover. Shope is locked up. Shope was drunk, and the conductor pro tested against bim riding on a car in that condition in obedience toa ruleof the com pany, w hereupon he picked up a stone aud hurled it at King with the result as slated. Miss Lucy Herkey, the daughter of Mr aud Mrs. Jacob I'.erkev. the aged couple who were robbed and horribly tor tured at their home near Kummel, Somer set county, about ten days ago, is dead from the effect of injuries received by rail ing from a porch while trying to make her escape that night. Miss Berkey ideu tilled Dick Jackson as one of the robbers before she died. Jackson was then taken to the Somerset jail, liolh of the robbers are jailed, Koddy having been captured Wed nesday. John CJood. a young man who is well known in Cambria township, and who bears an unsavory reputation, is now in tbe Indiana county jail charged with be ing the robber of M artiu's store, near the line between Indiana and Cambria coun ties. The robbery occurred on the night of the loth of this month and John aud Joe iiixd wpr arresled on suspicion. A uair if pants found ill their possession wis ideutilled by Mr. Martin as being part of the goods stolen aud they were remanded to j til to answer to the charge. Dr. Walker, who recently went to Alaska, took a number of horses with him. At the lirst Indian village the sight of the horses drove all the dogs how ling into the woods. The children dropped their rude playthings aud wentcryiug into the huts. The men and women stood their ground, although in open-eyed wonder. Afler much indiiceuieul, they were finally pre vailed upon to approach the horses, and their wondei knew uo bounds. No amount of persuasion would induce them tomouut. Taey were the lirst horses they had ever met. A'cir I'vrk TriUune. -Johnnie Sinill , aged nine years, son of John Smith, of Summerhill township, on Friday morning got in his possession a bottle of gun powder, an d it did not take him long after to reach tbe conclusion that he would start the Fourth of July early. detling some matches it v as but a sbort lime until there was au explosion and Johnnie was found bleeding aud insensible. with numerous cuts on his head and face made by the broken fragments of the bot tle. He soon regained conscious-iess ar.d will soon be himself again, but he will cai i y some of '.he scars to the end of his life. The people of llollidaysburg were startled Saluiday night by the fatal stah- biug of John Lemon, J r.. aged lwetily-fo.;r years. He is a son ol Ibe lale .lolin .t. Leiiuxi, who was auditor general of Penn sylvania and for many years stale seual r from ibis district. The young mau w as engaged iu an altercation with a compan ion, John Farmholst. when the latter, it is said, suddenly dre-v a pocket knife and made a furious assault on Lemon, slash ing him iu the left side, making several gashes four inches deep. Lemon lies at his home iu a comatose condition, and Faruiholst has lieeu arrested. -A llollidaysburg corrospondent of the Altoona Times says: Of the live survivors of the original members of the bar w ho were admitted to practice law at the for mation of Klair county in lslii, three of them were in attendance at the bar meet ing Wednesday in the court house, name ly: William Dorris, Ksq., of Huntingdon, now almost four score years of age; Hon. John Fen Ion, of Ebeiisburg, who has fully completed his four-score years of existence. and who was present at the Harrisburg legislature w hen ihe bill authorizing the formation of the county was passed, and Hon. John Scott, of Philadelphia, a former resident of H uutiueilou county, and gen eral solicitor for the Pennsylvania Railroad company. Conrad Wenderoth et ox. to Albert Davis, Wilmore; consideration. S3ti5. Mollie C. Pluk et vir to Peter Shlnk, Adams, $375. Administrator of Israel Uoughnour to Jacob R. Stull. Jackson, (142. W. W. Auisbry et us. to R. H. Spend ley, Gallitzio township, (1. J. C. Stimeman et ux. to C. W. Spork, South Fork. $1,000. Theodore Makin et ux. to E. S. Gram ling, Dale, $525. Gallitzin Building Sc. Loan association to Thomas McEnrue, Ashville, $125. James D. PI u turner et ux. to Edward Kehoe, Summerhill borough, $200. Henry Strayer et ux. to Jackson G. Hor ner, Morrellville. $J0. D. F. Shaffer et ux. to Joseph Pringle, East Conemaugh, $3,0.0. Administrator of Henry Walters to Ed ward W. Rugh, Summerhill township, $2,(C.t0. George Page et ux. to William Rose, East Taylor, $500. William Rose et ux. to Lemon M. Rose, East Taylor. $1. Malinda A. Steverto Alfred Lane, Lilly, $C25. Nancy Crosby et ux. to Noah Ott. Johns town, $. Noah Ott et ux. to Mahlon Ott, Johns town, $870. Daniel Ott, by the sheriff, to David Ott, Johnstown, $120. Daniel Ott, by the sheriff, to David Ott, Johtistow n, $145. Daniel Ott, by the sheriff, to David Ott. Johnstown, $2.8o5. Emma Strayer to James G. Pitch, Mor- rellville, $38). Alva L. Patch et ux. to William K. Patch, Morrellville, $1,104. Albert L. Johnson et ux. to Rebecca J. M'ller. Johnstown. t:K Anua B. Walter et vir to W. G. S. Rob ertson, Morrellville, $l,4tw. W. G. S. Robertson et ux. to Frank D. Taylor, Moirellville. $i.3i. James M. Walters et ux. to Stephen Stutznian, Johnstown, $4O0. Stephen Stutzmau to James M. Wallers, John t w i, $424. James M. Walters et ux. to Alex. Adair, Johnstown, $424. James M. Walters et ux. to Stephen Stutznian, Johnstown, $4u. Stephen Stutznian to Jamas M. Walters, Johnstown. $424. James M. Walters et ux. to Alex. Adair. Johnstown, $425. Sarah Reighard et vir to Jatuer Reigh- ard. East Tavlor. $100. A. A. Palinquist et ux. to Eya Johnson, Hastings, $1. Jacob Kirkpatrick to Audrew Kron. Elder, $450. Evangelical Association of North Amer ica to trustees of Beula church. Dale, $484. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to Cecil Gross et al., Summerhill township. $15. Assignee of David McConaughy to Mar garet P. McCouauguy el al., bower xooer. $1. John Throne et al. to Margaret P. Mc Conaughy et al.. Lower Voder. $1. Emma L. Muller to Frank W. Muller, Johnstown, $5,000. Hanlln-Strln Wedding. Mr. James W. Hanlin, of Ashville, and Miss Lillian, youngest daughter of the lale Ja"ob and M argaret Stein, of Claysbnrgh were married at 8:30 o'clock Monday morn ing. June 15th, in the Catholic church at Lilly, Pa., at a nuptual mass. The brides maid was Miss Katie Hanlin, sister of tne groom, and the best man was Mr. James Caw-ley of Altoona. Ihe ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Brady. The groom, who i well and favorably known. has been a successful coal operator for several years. His bride is au estimable young yoniaii, who has been one of Cam bria county's successful school teachers for several terms. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart, of Lilly. The bride was the recipient of many hand some and useful presents. Mr. and Mrs Hanlin have foregone tbe pleasures of a wedding journey and went to housekeep ing the same day near Gallitzin in a pleas ant home prepared by the groom. Tried to Kill Ilia Wife. H. E. Mitchell, a Pennsylvania railroad ttremau, employed in tlie yard al Altoona, made a murderous attack upon his wife last Sunday night. He entered the Louse. and lidding her in beu. without waruiug. proceeded to beat her about the head aud IhhJ y , breaking her nose and causing many other wounds. He then jumped upon her and kicked her until he thought slie was dead, when he left the house and has not lieeu seen since. Mrs. Mitchell was so badly injured that she was not even able to raise a window and alarm the neighbors until Monday night. Mitchell has for sonio time past been paving attention to another womau, and It is supposed that afler trying to murder his wife lie has gone off with this woman. Marriaao IJbm. The following marriage licenses were Is sued by the Clerk of the Orphans' Court for the week ending Thursday, June 18th, 1890: John Marsh. Walnut Grove, and Ger trude E. Harbaugh, Bedford county. Pa. Michael Kutruff and Annie Mary Ropp, St. Lawrence. Francis C. Reffner. Cresson township. aud Clara D. Weise, Gallitzin township. Patrick II. Mahaffey. Lower Yoder, and Buruetta N. Freidhoff. Morrellville. James W. Hanlin. Gallitzin township. and Lillian Stein, Lilly. Michael Kinney and Mary A. Coll, Johnstown. Thomas A. Gorman and Mary E. Berry, Johnstowu. " John T. McGrann and Alice Mullen, Gallitzin. (ieorge Singley and Annie Boball, Dunlo. Thomas C. Callan. Cressoo. and Annie J. Baiters, Conemaugh. Joseph Morris and Carrie Paul, South Fork. Pasqual Cosendina, Jr., and Eliza Sbee- han, Patton. Michael Hoy and Jennie Mc Finegan, Conenraugb. Mike Coloba and Mary Bretwin, Myra. A. S. Biddleman. Pittsburg, and Mar garet Maley, Johnstown. William H. Moore and Julia Street, Croyle township. John Fox, Jr., Dunlo, and Alice Costlow, Loyett. Jacob Brokloff and Kate Adomy, Johns town. Baniel Eash, Walnut Grove. andFlorena Leverknigh, Dale. Frank Cuckla and Mary Baldiga, Pat ton. Frank E. Turgeon and Celeste Davis, Dunlo. Evan D. Davis and Elmira F. Border, Portage. William Dixon. Centre county, Pa., aud Jennie Morrison, Ldoyasviiie. Frank Reiking aud Lucinda Emigh, Johnstown. Joseph Hupf and Antonia Brenner, Low er i Oder. Kenueth A. Reed and Ann E. Troxell. Gallitzin. William Davison and Mary Graham Carroll township. Seal B. Shelly and Anna Maud Brlney, Morrellville. larra tmr Mcpteoabcr Tmrmm. Following is a list of the names of tbe persons drawn on Monday to serve as grand and traverse jurors at the Septem ber term of court, commencing on Mon day, September 7, 1896, and to continue two weeks: GRAND JCRORS. Allen, W. J., laborer. Portage. Blevlns, George, miner, Portage. Blougb, Noah, laborer, Richland township. Bra w ley, Ed. I farmer, Carroll townxhlp. Bash, John laborer, Morrellville. Binder, E. M., merchant, Bpangler. Boughler, 1. J., butcher, Barnesboro. Cox, Samuel, merchant, Johnstown. Crawford, W. A., clerk, Johnstown. DouglaxH, Wui. K., miller, Allegheny twp. Kppley, U. K., merchant, Johnstown. UrirHlb, W. 43., farmer, Conemaugh twp. Uoebert, Charles, roller, Johimtow n. Gard, W. T., roller, Johnstown, firittith, FraiieiH, millband, Johnstown. Keiper, Lau in, foreman, Johnstown. Kibbler, Anthony, farmer. Chest. 1-ong, .H. W., laborer. Portage. Luther, Charles L., farmer. White. Murphy, J. J., laborer, Johnxtown. Nesbit, John C, motorman, Johnstown. Kobinson, Harry, laborer, Johnstown, tstatler. Merman, laborer, Johnstown. Weakland Bennett, farmer Carroll township. FIRST WEEK. Albeiter, John, mason, Carrol I town. A brants, Henry, farmer, Carroll township. Anstead, John A., laborer, Johnstown. Bracken, Jeff, carpenter, Johnstown. Cann, John, mine-boss, Keade. Cooper, James, farmer, Allegheny. Cull, A. J., merchant, Conemaugh. Clark, James, laborer, Johnstown. ClosHon, Urant, laborer, (Jallllzln. Conierford, W. ii., agent, Loretto. leifenbaugh, Henry, teamster, Johnstown. DuwliiiK, Walter, clerk, Johnstown. 1 iav Is, K. K., ageut, Ebensburg. liehl, (ieorge C, J. P., Portage township. Davis, Philip, farmer, Jackson. lishong, Sylvester, laborer, Morrellville. Kckenrode, John A., laborer, Ashville. J-arabaugh, Charles U., farmer. Black tick. Given, Hartley, laborer, Johnstown. Gillen. Ueorge, farmer, Jackson. HammersU-am, Andrew, blacksmith. Elder Horner, Emmett, tinner. Dale. Halferty, Edward, millband, Johnstown. Hornick, John J., hotel -keeper, Johnstown. Irwin, Harry, clerk, Johnstown. Kirby, David, laborer, Johnstown. Liuiuger, Sol., laborer, Johnstow n. Link, Martin, farmer, Clearfield. Long, Simon, carpenter, Croyle. lxvel, J. H., farmer, Keade. Milligan, John, laborer, Tunnelhill. .Murray, Frank, laborer, Morrellville. Mackintosh, Samuel, farmer. Portage twp. M liter, Thomas, farmer, Clearfield. Myers, Henry, farmer, tiallitzln twp. Patterson, H. D., farmer. Barr. Parrtsh, E.C., merchant, Ebensburg. Philips, Robert, blacksmith, Johnstown. lUwIey, James, millhand, Johnstown. Roberts, Richard, farmer, Cambria twp. Reffner, John, foreman, Chest. Ripple, A. U-, agent. Dale. Smith, A. K-, laborer, Patton. Smith, Joseph, foreman, Johnstown. Neigh, John, foreman, Johnstown. Strayer, Philip, carjieiiter, Johnstown. Stull, Joseph, farmer, Croyle, Stutznian, Daniel, farmer, Croyle. Weaver, Cyrus, laborer, Johnstown. Zlpp, Wm., merchant, Johnstown. SECON D WEEK. Adams, Wm., butcher, Keade. Arthurs, Samuel, carpenter, Johnstown. Brown, James, laborer, Johnstown. Binder, Isadore, merchant, Hastings. Burns, C. J., alderman, Johnstown. Boyer, David E., Jeweler, South Fork. Bearer, John A., farmer, Susquehanna. Croft, Wm., laborer, Daisytown. Copeiand, C. W., wheelwright, Johnstown. Donahey, M. A., J. P., Barnesboro. Delaney, Thomas, laborer, Johnstown. Davis, Daniel A., laborer, Morrellville. Evans, Oliver, carpenter, Ebensburg. Fisher, George C, laborer, Johnstown. Goebert, Charles E., laborer, Johnstown. Hagerick, John, laborer. East Taylor. Hysoug, John, carpenter, Gallitzin. Hess, John W., driller, Morrellville. Hlte, David, laborer. Lower Yoder. Hauk, J. J., merchant, Carrolltown. Holllster. K. C, lineman, Conemaugh. llalin, John, farmer, Elder. Hanlin, John, miner, Gallitzin. James, Jvbn, laborer, Johnstown. Kirkpatrick, Thomas, farmer, Carroll. Lord, J. A., stone mason, Hastings. Lynch, Frank, laborer, Cresson. Makln, Dorsey, laborer, Johnstown. Miller, W. H., laborer, WestmonU McCartney, Eli B., blacksmith, Conemaugh. Miller, John F., laborer, Johnstown. Neary, Austin, laborer, Johnstown. Noon, Samuel, farmer, Conemaugh twp. Page, Charles, laborer. East Taylor. Porter, John, farmer, Tunnelhill. Patterson, Harvey, agent, Patton. Rush, Thomas, plasterer, Morrellville. Repp, George W., policeman, Johnstown. Ryan, Michael, laborer, Johnstown. Reese, T. M., farmer, Black lick.. Ray, Charles, laborer, Johnstown. Stephens, s. S., laborer, White. Small, Elmer, clerk, Patton. Shaffer, David, farmer, Conemaugh. Seese, U. J., millhand, Johnstown. Smith, Isaiuh, teamster, Johnstown. Smith, Samuel, farmer, Stonycreek. Shoemaker, H. A., merchant. Ebensburg. Somerville, James, farmer, Susquehanna. Woods, Wm., laborer, Johnstown. HlMsllaaMBi Xlea. ONE Champion DUnON'8. Mowlmr Machine lot sale at Jane 19 tt. JOR SALE. . 1. Br and one new Empire Binder. Janel-i3t. Brick Inquire ol M. It. BEAKER. WANTED A neral representative la tals county to organise local board lor the Artlsani Savinas and Loan Association. Ad dress wl Filth Ave.. Pittsburg. Pa. menu WANTED A reliable man to represent a loan Inituutlon In Cambria county Money loaned la (umaol f too to 10.000. For partlouiari apply w W.M. DAVIS, Coalport, Pa. mohSML THE F.benibore- BnlMloc k Loan 1 will odor for sale at Association the Key Bulldlnir. Eb- enshnrg, on the fourth Monday In Jane, ttc.000.0o. THUS. DAVIS, Lbstbb Lilian, Secretary. President. FOR COWSflSMIttlVVK x ROBERT FEKUUSON.ofBlarktlek town lb tp. will be a candidate for the office ol tonnty 'ooimtssloner on Ihe Democratic ticket. obect to tr.e decisloa ol the next county convention. rtm I KTT -THREE dollars will pay lor a term X of sis weeks, board and thorough Instruction In muslo. at the Muaieal Dotleae. Freeborn. Sny der oounly. Pa. Summer Term betrlni .Inly 20. cor catalogues address, HENRY B. MOYEIt. ma 4U AT THE OLD RELIABLE. Everybody, and eipemally the oyzter-loTlne; people ol Eoenbarg. are Invited to eall at Kobt, MeBreen's Old Reliable Restaurant, when they want Koed. Iresb Oysters, by the pint, quart or gallon Or yoa can bare tbem Stewed or Fried, all al the lowest price. Fresh Oyitera every day. ocilltf FIN ANUI ALSTA lEM ENTCIF LILLY BOR OUGH FOR THE YEAR IM. HENRY EHRENFELU. Ta Collector. Or. I. To balance from last year 1U OT Mjr treasurer's receipts ..sitM uu By exonerations . 2 so nv exonerations on d'Hf tax ....... sou Hv eommlnlon on $it 27 at per ct T 81 By balance. 4t 44 Total , .ls 07 tie 07 HENRY EHRENFELU. To balance from lart yeer.. f 14 03 By treasurer s receipts .. . I it 03 - Total 14 OS t 14 03 JOS. RAIN EY. Tax Collector. To balanoe flue 47 Ta commission on llud 47 at per et XI tsy exonerations f T XI By commission oa $40 00 at per et xuo oy osisuoe , ,, - luzaa Total tlll.: (111 TO JOS. RAIN EY. Treasurer. To amount of liquor lleenre IM 00 o amount irom it cn rente id.... iitu-i To amount Irons buraess 6s v4 To amount from tfrm.Morland.... zoo By orderr redeemed ...toil 7 By trrtabt oa sewer pine 68 Bv eommlssl.-.e on tJ 04. ii per ct 1 7x By creult overpaid laid lax year.. 10 03 Ey balance 104 iij A Fl STOBE I lYien.lly lnvitotioti Frien.lly Velco...es. Fnen.lly C l. rks. Krien.llv Talk, K.ie.tlv Talk. Friendly Merchan.h-ie. Krt.-n.llv 1-ri,. u i . . :- ,7' . - more lib- of tlie fstre make this possible, end Tradirii;. It spurs u.s to l.r.,l,-r, letter an.l N0 (RIKAri) 1ARAJD)IE ever exceeded the splendor of our array of Dry Goods. They are more attractive than ever b fore, and they will move rap idly, for the price is right. 1 ard-wide Muslin. Fruit of the Loom, Toil Du Noid, Cotton Crepon, Cashmeres, all colors, 1 5. 20 2o caieen in I'ersian ewects. - 3 l-4c per yard. 10c. a yard. 10c. a yard. 10c. a yard. 35, 45, 50c. yard. lc. a yard. 66 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 s tout. Hats for fat men, YACHTING CAPS 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. Total Iliiw His oo I THOtt. LEAP Tax Collector. To amount ol duplicate f 465 gg ny abatements on raw Of, 5 per ct 10 0.1 By amount collected 301 67 By exonerations ....... 17 06 By taxes returned tt M B eommlse lop oa WOO 43. per ot 20 0i By balance is 3 400 43 104 30 14 00 20 00 I 48 40 I 74 Total ttSi 88 $406 88 TUOS. LEAP. Treasurer. To amount from collector 'o amonot from Joseph Ralney - Ex Tr To amount from election rents To amoont Irnm buncesa . To amount trum H. Ehrenleld. Ex. Tr To amount trum J. AmtDdi Hr ..rders reileemed 48 27 By amount paid on loans . 3 ei By commission oa rl M, 2i per et r 30 By bs lance . 433 84 Total..... DR. A. B. KREB-S To balance I om last year To borough nnes To borouah license To assessments on Willow street Hy treasurer's lecelpts..... By receipts filed Iroia last year. . By balance 082 Cz Buraess. e-i02 78 06 20 6 77 21 80 34 73 27 00 30 00 Wordswl iPraise. f 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 correct. 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-worsted Sack Suits for $0.00. We sell better Clays for $8, 10 and 12. Children's double-breasteil Suits, 4 to 14 years, $1.25. We sell Grand Army Suits, including Urass G. A. It. Buttons, for only $8. 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 forl and 1,25. Ladies' Oxford in Dongola and Tan from 75c. to 2. Also Children's in Patent Leather, Dongola and Tan sandals from COc. to $1.25. Total a 8106 SI LIABILITIES. Obligations to Chas. Bender Obligations to A. YiOKltns; ObllKatlons to Alblnus Ylug-llD; ObilKatlona to Mrs. L.Brown... Outstanding orders . ASSETS. Bv balance from Thos. Leap .... is 36 By balance trom Jo. Ralney 10J 68 By balance from O. A. McOonl;le 16 04 By balance trom A. B. Krehs...... e 77 106 61 Sioo oo 190 00 loUC-0 SuOOO 67 13 Yours for Low Prices, GALLITZIN. PA. 143 74 tl.00713 Liabilities In excess of assets..... $804 So We certify tbe above to he eorreot L D.STIFFLER. WILLIM KELLY. J Auditors I.AMBEKT E. GEORGE. Lilly, Penoa.. April 30th. 180S. June 16 St. BICYCI NOTICE ii"- l.a- I..-, ii discovered for the "I". Iiilni-lv. the Clirinx of l.ai oll. t.jt a 1 i 1 1 k 1 1 1 1 if of hops in the ...u ,.ii ui,( haiiis are p j,. rfre,t!y to thK llavor of liolli .I..-M. t.i kei.t au iiiiietiiiite if 1 ! arr..ll till! t wife of James !Shar- l. n-liin. died at her t.-tiin. oil Tluir.dav nicrht. ":- ant-d about 47 years. She -l l.y ,,.r ,niianJ and eleveti '- yuuiiet beiiijf about three ' ''' i"-avy dowimo ir of rain ' -riH,1, .lui.e S. Mr. Annie Mc - " i-keepiim house for John " i:...l-t.,w "V iiifiiii.il.., 'ri... - a 11C n, Itc.lf.irc! couuty, was bolt weut iu j . .. i" 11 Micneii uoor ana strticK 'i1 a- itiiiiicdiatei v Drostrated -a.iit.e.1 iiinousrioos for aU.ul two Tin " (--t in the sliae of an apple "'lr"r i wi.rrvinethefruitgrowers '"'"I 11. -tale Thrt lror,iwsome '"tiull white worm which enoon- IU It,- -...1 ..f .1... . .1 . "i mc i:iiiu oi lue trees ' iy until ii causes the blitrht H was never heard uf before ""i and iheexperiinefital stations o U; Lai-- ii .. ... I. . '" UV me matter aua wn r. Mew Hlsisllbe I'srmfn. Since tlie death of ColonelJames Yountt it Middletown. V. F. Reynolds, of Centre rountv. lays claim to tne line oi iarmer kiiitfof Pennsylvania. Mr. Reynolds Is the ow ner of nineteen larjte farms in Cen tre eotinly. eighteen of thetu belnu in one township and adjoining, baviug a total average of 2.3".1 at res. and an assessed valuation of ,.3,3oti. In the midst of his farms he has a larpe prist mill, for the purpose of preparing bis grain t-rows for market. The annual production of these ..,.... .rpnti nearly SO.tWll bushels of ai "r- - s . t k e f hair lsli sl 1st anil ilVIT .If LUin t-J ...v--f enormous productions ol all kinds of small fruits. In llie Pea On Friday morning Sheriff Coulter left i.M...i.nrr with nine prisoners for the penitentiary aud landed them all safely In thai institution. Their names and terms were as follows: Harry Hough, burglary, ru -:.rtt Klmer Brenneo. Xurgery. three vears: John lieam. larceny aod receiving stolen Koods. three years; Chauncey Myers, larceny and receiving stolen goods, one vear and two mouths; William F. McCoy, ...,lt and battery, oue year aud two vviiiiuin R-fininiiton. larceny aud receiving stolen goods, one year and two .ini.ii Stromouest. horsestealing. one year and two mouths; Wesley Dorman, Had !- Kcsrs. The worst mad dog scare ever known in the central part of the slate Is now ter roriziotr the residents of Poller s Mills, a small village in the southern part of Ceo tre county. About six weeks ago a strange dog made his appearance al the farm house of Alexauder McCoy. It was soon noticed that the dog acted strangely, but little was thought of It at the time. The auiuiil remained only a few days, but be fore it took its ceparture had bitten a val uable cow. About a week ago tbe cow de veloped one of the worst cases of hydro phobia. She died inside of twenty-four hours, and after removing the hide the carcass was dragged to a ravine in the woods, where It was left unburied. It was only the matter of a few hours until the dogs in the de'.ghborhood found the carcass and proceeded to feast, with the result that several days ago every dog In the vl- ciuity showed uomistabable svinptonsof rabbies. A reign of terror at once began. The dogs would bile at everything they came across, and one child, was bitten. It was not safe nor is it vet, for any person to yenture out unless well armed. A number of the dogs have been killed, but there are yet quite a number of them at large. The boy bitten has not yet shown any alarming symptoms, but there is grave lear thai he may do so at any time. TAXPAYERS! Notice Is hereby ajlven that tbe County Treas urer ol OamSrla County will attend lor tbe pur pose ol recelvtna; oounty. state and uog taxes assessed lor tbe year Itlott. at tbe plsce ot haldlnc electlona (or tbe usual place of receiving taxes) In tbe respective d I urlcta. on tbe dates mention ed below. A discount of five per eent. will be allowed on all taxes paid on or before October lat, and ater October 1st 6 percent, will be added. A New Elsxfrle Llajnl. The New York IleraUl says: "Nikola Testa has solved the problem which he set before himself several years ago, and which may revolutionize the system of lighting, It is, electtical experts say, the nearest perfect adadptation of the great force of nature to tbe use ol man. la Mr. testa s laboratory, in Houston street, is a bulb not more than three inches In length, which when the current turns into it becomes a ball of light. The heat is almost imper ceptible. With It a very large room is so lighted that It is possiote to reau id any corner. Vet this Is doue without films and without the attachments necessary In ex Isling lights. The rays are 93 strong that the sharpest photographs may be taken hv them. No new dvnamo is required to nroduce the current. The bulb Is attached ed with the street cur rent. There is uo danger of harmful shock j do The following cases were disposed of In court last week in addition to those al ready reported in the Fkekma.v: Commonwealth vs. "Doc" and Peter Disbong, William Hess and Frank Raf- ferty; riot, assault and battery and con spiracy. Jury find defendants not guilty. Commonwealth vs James Brendlinger; defrauding a boardingbouse keeper.- Jury find defendant not guilty. Commonwealth vs. John Grumbling, Andy Fiscus, William Rager, John Rey nolds, George Karringer, Ed-vard Lock ley. Benjamin St. CJair, George Dixon, George Blackburn and Robert Ashcorn; keeping a gambling house and being common gam blers. The case against Benjamin St. Clair was non prossed. Jury find Lockley and Uixon not guilty and tbe county to pay the costs, the others were ' found not guilty aud tbe costs equally divided be twen the defendants and George Jones, Sr., and George Jones, Jr., the prosecutors. On The civil list the following cases were disposed of: Marcul Wohl vs. Morris Lesko; assump sit. Jury find for the defendant Elizabeth Thomas vs. The Protection Mutual Fire Insurance company. Jury find for plaintiff the sum of $2,000 with interest. William Lloyd vs. Heary E. Dunlap, continued. Cresson &. Clearfield Coal & Coke com pany vs. t.. u. miles, continued. Daniel King vs. Marry Wissinger, con tinued. Johnstown Driving Park association vs. Alex. Adair, non-sutL Clara L. Pfoff vs. Anselm .Weakland, continued. Gueuner A. Company vs. the City of Johnstown, continued. George R. Glass vs. Cambria Poor Di rectors, settled. A If. Heslop vs. W. B. Keller, settled. P. B. Zentmever vs. John E. Blunt, con tinued. James Adams vs. Richard Adams, con tinued. Equitable Building fc Loan association vs. Henry J. Deat et al., continued. Albert S. Witt vs. James K. Boyd, con tinued. John Mangus vs. Ira Bloom, settled. Joseph Cramer vs. J. K. Strayer, settled. NORTHERN UISTRICT. Alleabeny township. Atbvllle borouah .. Barnesbnro borough-... Hrr township ........ Black lick UiwnKb Ip Cambria townablp. Carrolltown Borough Varroll township ........ Cheat Sprtntra borougb... .. Cheat townnblp ..... . Clearfield township .... Croyle township .. Cresson township ..... Ujsd township ,, Ebensburg borouah Elder township. oallltsin boroo Kb .... , OalltUtB toWDShlp ... HastlOKS borouah Jsckson towDPtalp Lilly borouicb Loretto burouab. Munster towos.ilr - Patton borouKb fortaae boroutrb .. ..... .... fortaere township Reade township. East Keade townsblp. South NpmDKler borouah. Sootb Fork borouab. .. Summerhill borouicb July IS Summe hill township...... July 13 Busquebanna township Inly 39 Tunnelhill borough ...Aaicutt Wssnlnicton township. Inly 14 White townentp Auicuit 13 Wilmore borough J u y 13 Tbe county treasurer will be In the Treasurer's office. Eoeosbure'. every Saturday trom July 36th to August 33nd. and every day after Mutant 83d. M . tt. XSAKK.E.K, County Treasurer. Treasurer'! Office, Ebensburg. Pa.. June (Kb I8w6. June l 4t Tbe employes of the wire and nail mill of the Consolidated Steel Jfc Wire Nail company, at Beaver Falls, were mncb sur prised Saturday eveulng upon quitting work to be informed that the mill would no; resume operation on Monday. They were not Informed how long the shut-down would last. Tbe rod mill of tbe same firm will continue in operation. The shut down throws about six hundred hands out employment. ..... Ansjnst 6 .... Auaupt It .........JalV 21 July .....July S July laty 17 July 17 August 4 August 14 . Aue-ust 3 July 1 July 90 ....Aueust 10 ..July II Ja y 23 ., , August T ....August 1 . Julv 22 July 25 July 14 -Ausut t luly 18 July 34 .. Jnly 16 July 1 ....auku.i 11 ....Aus-utt 13 JulvM July 10 All Kinds ami Sizes for Sale by B. U JOHSSTON. M.J. BUCK. A. W.BVCK. CSTISUSXID 1873. Johnston, Buck & Co., BANK KHS. EBENSBURG. - PENN'A. A.. W. BCI'H, CMfclwr. EsriausiID 1888. FINANCIAL STATtMENT OF DEAN SCHOOL DISTRICT. EUR THE FISCAL YEAR EN MNO JUNE 1ST, 180a. Whole number of schools ........ Number of teachers employed Number ot pupils enrolled in all schools . .. ........ . Average dally auendance...... the 6 128 OS Amount of tax levied lor school purposes t 938 so Amount ol tea levied lor build lag pur poses... 40333 TREASURERS ACCOUNT MONEY . RE CEIVED. Balance oa hand trom last year.... ....$ 188 13 Received trom state appropriation . .. 4JT 86 From collector, Inclodlna- taxes of all kind 1 108 84 From county treasurer, unseated lanJc, fines, ete . ............ 11 h 84 From all other sources 107 TS Total receipts fZ.oM M TREASURERS ACCOUNT MONEY PAID OUT. For teacher's wanes l.Mi 00 17 71 Si 87 1UJJI Carrolltown Bank, UAHROLLTOWN. PA. T. A. SHABBAF6H, Cashier. General Eautim Business Traisactei. Tbe following are tbe principal features ol general baasing business j DEPOSITS Received payable oa demand, and Interest bear lng certificates issued to Urn depositors. LOANS Extended to customers oa favorable teams and approved paper discounted at ail times. COLLECTIONS Made la the locality end upon all the banking twni In the United Stales. Charges moderate. ' "'DBtAFTS Issued aee-oUable la all parts of the United Spates. andftoreUta change Issued oa Ml part. of Europe. - : . ACCOUNTS Of merchant. farmers and olh,0''c,,'d1-Jf whom reasonable accomodation will be extended. Patronsareessared that all transactions shall be held as stiiotly private and confidential, aad i "at the" wtlt be treated as llberaUy as good banking rales will permit. JOHNSTON. BPCla CO. OILS! OILS! 17 S-i. The Atlantic Refining Co., of Pittsburg, Pa., make a specialty of manufacturing for the domes tic trade the finest brands of Illuminating and Lubrieaiin? Oils 33 00 10 00 44 31 363 28 1S3 37 For rent and repairs For fuel and eontlnceneles Fees of collectors. See 84. treasurer 844 si. Sa lar. of secretary, expenses, stationery. postage, etc... ... For printing and auditors roracDuoi oos For maps aod slot as For all other purposes and sundry ex- peases Total money paid oat .......81.816 78 RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES. Cssb on band 141 TS Amount doe district ... 1U&4 WM. HILllMBKANIIT.) M.R. BATTS. lAadltor. v.l. FULTON. S Tbe above account be been duly audited hy the auditors ol this district, and certified by tbem to be correct O). W. BROWN, J O. MoMULLEN. Secretary. President. Jane is St I rpHE Fbkbmab- and the Semi- Weekly Plusbura I I X post at oaly 82.00 a year. All us news. ft. I USD. BiTSlOTHiDa REED &. READE, Attorneys at Jiw, EBENSBURU. - - - PBNNA. SrOBM oa Centre i treat. w KllTELL Sc LITTLE, Attorneys txt laAV. EBENSBURU, PA. Sa-O0l9a la Opera House. TW. DICK, . . ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 4KeSpeolal atteaUoa to 1vea cUlnis for Pcn sloa Boaaty. ete. F. McKEN RICK, J. aVOBee oa Centre street. ATToaaar d oovasaixom at uw, EBENSBURU. - PA Policies written at abort as ice la the OLD RELIABLE 1 ETNA' tad other Flret Clskaa t saipSBlra. T. W. "DICK, UFT I'OK THE OLD HARTFORD FIKBINSURMCEGOllT. MIMMKNCr-l Ml'SlNESS 1794. Ehenshnra.Jnty 1. issa We challenge comparison ith JVmk'Vl every Known proauci oi peiroi- 1 mil jjiuiiiicia jauuiaju eum. If you wish the Naphtha and Gasoline That can be MADE FROM PETROLEUM. Host : Uniformly: Satisfactory: Oils in the market ask for ours. ATLANTIC REFINING CO, PinSBl'KO 1EPT PITTSBl'Rtr. PA. eetis.wly. ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. Atrned estate ol John A. Blair. Not'ce la hereby riven that Jubo A K'alr and Jaae A. Blair. bta wile, on tbe 2tb dajr ol My ISwo, esecateil a oeed el voluntary assianmpet u ine atxleralaned transferrins: all the etate. real, personal and mixed ol the ald Joba A Blair u treat tor the aenent ol bis creditors. A II persona Indebted to said assiKned estate are herei-y Bvli Oed to make pevmebt to me witboat delay, and those iiavlop: elaima ssalnat tbe same will pre sent tbem properly authenticated. M It. HEARER. assignee. Eoensharx.Pa., May 28th.tss8. 6u a m ki; i sr. rK DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTION. W 111 toimediatftv StrcDthcn Sioma.'b aod Re store A.ictite. Kor sale t.y lrai:i" a or t-rnt rona-tlv hy matt on receipt ft price. S"v. a BallKD IKIU(X.. I'hiladrl, hta. Pa. Ner. 1 Sin. Ebeaslnri Fire Insnrance Apcy rjT. AV. DICK, General Insurance Aent. EBEXSItrjifJ. I'A. JOHN F. STRATTON'S CELEBRATED 11. UYEia. ATTORN ET-AT-LA W EaaaaBirae. Pa. aVOIea la Collenade Row. ea Ceatw, street. H. D UNALD E. DUFTON, ATTORN ET-AT-LA w , Es sassc aa, PasraA. Ofllos Ul Open Hoasa, Center street. mountain House Shaving Parlor Located on Centre street near Mountain Moaae ethce. Shavlnc. Hair ('altloa and Sliimjoo Inc done la tbe aeateet aa.l lieat manner. A bare el yonr patronaate solleited. Rt BER T CASS1UY. GAT1CCR taa iawn ITRril m buU rrtv lra (jutmii a fti-aat as iim St. On ma aet i MANDOLINS, loportcn of and Wholt-ulr Ocalm hi n kinds of MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. 811. 813. W5. tl7 liiit Vih St.. Kew Yorfc. cd17e:d axle UM.LI1 GREflSF BEST lit TUB nlim n ItaweauqualitWarnmaimuied. actnatl. XR SALE R IEALEli" IViSalL Me burglary, tour years.