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Mi1 .if I. irt-tto. spent. ,.lM1. f t:.il!itin. was vJ on 'J lmi-Miay. .... of Harr lownsl.iu, :,w ii on Mciii'lav. ,, . of llUn klii k low n- lilt ..,1- mi . i. .lniiM on Satur- ,i i' l at the . M"ii ..H-li.vV v" wi: i-vi'iiiiiK January vliauizh. of ,t in Ktn'i: Carrol! -Inirif on resilient TiieUay ill 1 . .1 V!- .it. a foiincr ursl ou f Mr. and ward, dii-d M -on ' )-., W.-t H'.i-l fiMT. ,r nailer ! Mrv U. C llli'd K. .Jones, of heavy i !i okoi.l ife of Jclin ilii'd al In r i,-liii tli. aired .inuai y , VM I.- interred in on Mm. 'lay. ; i.niif county , il into tin- on-hard M li.-tmr. H was -a. .I..-. Tin-animal ,i1,l,.-f... llttrtll ;V torilUT resident . . e ; ,iti u .i i. .if .iw.-l-'l ai t iii Home ui M ii v .lam' Jones, ill Mi i.i... ''' ,: M : ,,iiv' Mr- Williams l.,h:i Ilim-ho. of t'"1"- 'lhuilay moriiinir fi-in !..- 1" K- ,f I'.oliw noil, a li ip.nl, stopped i.;ol -hut. and m-i l-olhi-r liarri'l of liis . 1. fl hand. . 1 1 - will I"- held in i,.,ioiiu'h of Klii-ns-l iii iaiy al .in.o-.' of ilai'insi in , ,i- -!i .orl'd lV the ouh. at tin' I'lei-Uon i.i- I I i harl.-s Yetove , T.i;o hntiliiiil season . . i r. .. ;l I'M! .lih.ll'le r-'i-uiu mi 'II rii-oi an ai'ciir- i.i.tit :im expeditions ; i! .lii-a-anls and 31 ; ;i ih'ii '. y ,iiur.iay morning i tinner, w as tilliiu; tw. ii i y live pound t i i . iii il. hen the ...i. ii. hlowinu his liTirniiiil tin; r.M Ii i I , A , I- thought the in-i- .i: "'I w l " pi nve latal. .:.- , , ..-ni.-inv"- l'-el motor .! ,. .,.;,, i.. l!li-r a l Weeks' : ..ii Monday morning. -.. I :iia: i -w-i y ii. i.aii-inent will t.ii.T'- the e'iosc of the i j:n!-t:.i rail tuiii. No. 1, the ; -.;,-,-a I. iniiSali.l the scrap ..rk tin- veek, giving .- i.. inai.y i l ' - men. , . Ii. 'ill. i . . ! 111 1V., liolll 1 !.. u-t !- an aniiiilar eclipse r- a-a partoii ' i ; p-e toward I.:., o 'I h- olid is al-o ,.-.. ... ..; I..- sun .1 illy -".hIi, .:,.-.ji,..ii: "In I n. led Stales. i. Ma) ' I:. f.i!. on Sunday, . i.vi,. '-i Hid the roiirth of .1; ai,,l.lV Ihl- ear. ;;! woman nan. id Mrs. :-.i- . ,i - i i -. . . v i"t i'il ijt'ad in Al :' I ! i it, a I ..ii I i Ii -I I eel lelie . i. in -!,.iim -d thill she had . r v .;: ii at:.! i''i; ilia. I'orolier . .-. . -I :'ae I he cae. The i.- :....i : i i,! iiiltiic charilies -.'-:..- ! .tmil.es. cotiipri-iiig -. ai .i. ; i.' in: put. lie con- : i ; 1 1. It i- a Mlualion "'. .i. 'i..- i..-;or of Ailoona. -.. a-. it 1. 1 i ars, and em-" i ::.:.: a ai. on t he M i 111 in irain . Ma; II ;i ii l i iiizuoii eoiui- . -!..! ! y I:. oi i- n. ion. A - a- ' . : -vii: i: on il. ul - . ., ..ii : ai..l tin- niif.ii lii i ; ..ii a ral' ol one " '! 1 .. A I. .11 .- I. if. w as A ai.'l i-r n -1 if.l lo -- ..-.! i.. ii M. il'. ii. and l.-aves ii -I' ll - p.. Vi-lt-d I he -lotVice re- ;i ; I i- n i-oiiis that Vai iin wa- hort 1 t.e liollli-llleli. :! d M r. .lolm 1 oust. la'e, w inch tht-y wa- piiiced in I. it is -ill! atu-iid-iiinii r-lo.ii! thai to place anolh- Mr I. if Minister lown- d -on w as badly I: li I llie t-X- irtriie. was in I'.uri-h says the a- could Ih ex- ol t lie thumb I iiihl hand have - are entertained and w ill he -aved. that the hand i''- l al tin. Arist . ;r..iii the P.laek atiijiii tatcd Johnstown, May is -r, !.iji-.l in the arm . in . M i . . i-inpi ih. - fell last to on his arm t' a manner that it II - i -iii'i.tiiin became so inn was necessary to an. and tin- operation ' iq.lisl.ed by Dr. W. ".rt a-t week affirmed : .V . i'a:i.i:.-l,e vs. the P. -' I. r. .ught by Mary : - -u-!anied bv falling I ' a in -t at inn on a slope li.-i.-d in the middle of n i i engcrs must pass "j.tiiiii loom to thf cars, i broke her arm and I l.cr hack and should--'-d her '.ii and the . line-day handed dow n 'A I... I; ' he finding of the jury court was affirmed. burni'd lo death in it ii,. ceiiietery ail'.rad aii.i i,"cck Saturday - wa thirl y-eislii years lie tna - f,ir - Amir. -h. ' l'ri.uy stripped the hides a living and burnt w l.rliiiii testified ' lille.1 RmwIs' torch night al it o'clock it holm He is supposed ' d and 1 1,,. tH.d clothes were In. u-e huriied with Raws in '.' i . I'A : 3i 'i l.-riaim,, ti,H aav before J vi.-m lo relatives iu Pitts- How miny housekeepers know thai coffee, mixed with the juices thai come from hroiled steak makos the nicest kind of gravy?- It is assimilated nicely w ith any seasoning that may be used. The better l he coffee the heller the aravy will be. L'se ii hot, strong, and clear, and, of coiiise, unsweetened. The county commissioners have iiii earihed a p uucieul act of assembly which they clain is still in force, to the effect that the coroner is not entitled to a fee ft r holding an iinjn. i unless the case is oi e of murder, in w hich case the coroner can collect his fee from the estate of the mur derer, if the culprit has anything. If the coroner in vestigntei- a case and holds i o inquest he gels nothing at all. Il is prob able loat some, satisfactory arrangeme t will be made with the coroner, as no one cuiild expect him to spend his moi.ey at d give his time without returu. HoUUhtyx liunj liiyi-stcr. The coal mines at Uobertsdale and Woodvale shaft employ about 5m) men. The "drivers" at Ilobertsdale slope struck on Tuesdav because one of their number had a different mule todrive. and the slope has been closed since that time. On Sat urday morning the Woodvale shaft 'driv ers" refused to work through sympathy and now all the mines are closed. The The mines had only been working two days a week and the "driver'' struck just a they liegan working on a large order which would have kept them steadily em ployed. 7f i imjihm Xeirx. Leroy Harris, a youn Phu-nix tele phone lineman, met with an aicidciiiin Allooiia on Monday morning which wi I render him a cripple for life. He was mounting a sixty foot pole at the alley lornerofthe I'liu-nix block on Kleventh street by means of spikes driven into the pole at regular intervals, and when above the lirst cross bar, about thirty feet above the pavement, he slipped on one of the icy spikes and was precipitated to the street. In falling he made futile efforts to catch the .spikes and sprained his wrist. Harris landed on his feet. The impact with the pavement shattered his r'ght knee cap and will make him a rripplo for life. A liga ment of his knee is also injtirec. There is consternation among the male portion of Centre county school teachers. When t he county directors met in annual convention they passed resolutions d -nouneing the use of tobacco in any form by the teachers, and indorsed the law pro hibiting the iisi of the same. They also demande I t hat in the f u-iire t h suin rin t ndent endorse on evi ry :ei ific le grant ed, whether or not the holder is a user of tobacco in any form. The directors are now quietly investigating to find out how many of the teachers use tobacco, with a vi w of deman Hlr that they eit her t it Its use or resign teaching. As a good many of the male teachers eillier chew or smoke when not ensraged in teaching, they are greatly alarmed. Albert J. Williams, a native of Kb.-ns-burg, died at his home in Homestead, l'a. on Saturday evening from a complication of diseases which baffled all medical skill. Mr. Williams was a son of the late Thomas ,1. Williams, w ho died in this place about three-vears ago and Mis. Sus;ui W illi -ins w ho still resides here. He is survived by his wife wlinin he married in lli-nie-n.-ad about ten years ago and four chihlrer, three sons and one daughter. He is also survived by one sister. Mr-. .1. IJ Hass .p, wife of the editor of tins paper, and three brothers. Hubert .1 .. of Penver. Colorado: Howard and Herman. Loth residents of Homestead. His remain's were interred in the Catholic cemetery at Homestead on Tuesday morning after a High Massof Requiem in l he Catholic church at that place. Kfilnrril Km to bl-ittoii. For t he benelit of 1 1 ho di sire to at tend the ceremonies in'i i.!ei:l to l he inaug ural ion of President elect McKinley, the Pennsylvania railroad company will sell excursion tickets to Wt-.shii.gtnn March 1st, Jd. 3d and 4th, valid to return from March ti h to stb, at tie- following rates: f rom Pittsburg. flOOO; Uniontiun. 10.U; Conuellsville, .; t "reenshurg, ft SO: Hutler. 10.(0; Allegheny Valley Junction, floon; Jolmstow n, ft Mi; Harrishurg. ?r mi and from all stations on the Pennsylvania Railroad system al reduced rates. This inauguration will In? a most inter- estinir event, ar.d will undoubtedly attract a large nutnbei of pcoule from every se2 tion nf the country. The magnificent facilities of the Penn sylvania railroad make this line the favor ite route to the national capital al all times, and its enormous equipment and solendid terminal advantages at Washing ton make it especially popular on such oe cassioii.--. gl.tMMI lor l vet llxiiiic. A writer in Siriliiiirrx Mtujiizhic for January says one ?iore in Philadelphia suends 1.iki a day lor advertising and that many othei s in the saint city spend S.KM. As they have lieen leveslmg these a nonius in advertising for a number of yeirs. and are .tiil doing so.it may le taken for granted that they have found it to pay. This is because they understand how to advertise, and do so judiciously, just as careful bu-iness men conduct other branches of their business. Jut a- surely as :ni vei ti-inir iavs the lamer stores will it pay the smaller concerns. If it is properly attended to, by w hich is meant prop, r wording, attractive display and the use of new spapers that are read by the buying cominiiiii'v. and above all. the anility to supply the article advertised. In adver tising there should be no deception. FuniifrV I l II ntexi. A Farmer's institute will lie hel.l in Wilmore on January 2otli and -Jlst. one at Khensbtirir on January 22d and 23d. and one at Carrolltr.wn on January 2.1 th and 2".th. Addresses will be made by Secre tary Kdge, Deputy Secretary Hamilton. Hon. Aira Agree, of Chio, Prof. Her. c.f State College. a:id l)rs. Rothrock and War ren. Addresses will also lie made by Messrs. McC'ormick. S. L,. Reed, Hostet- tler, P.ium, Werts, Kayior, Hughes Sher li!e. Pringle, P.rown, Rirketts, Gales, Leech Gibson, Huntley, Parrish. ISanan. MissGarrett and others. Theie wi'Jle tn-o illustrated lectures, tine on each even ing of the institute. There will be a query lox. lllhrr Prnplr'a Money. Those who have a taste for pure comedy will lind much to enjoy in "Other People's Monev." which w ill l spcii at the opera house, Tuesday. January Huh. The varie ti .f human nature are drawn In a mas terly manner in "Other People's Money. The unraveling of its charming story Is exceptionally clever. The play is replete w iih snarkling wit. while the action of the niece abounds iu fitnny situations. Ri- freshing, as well as com mend able. ls the r, t thi Hlihoush the play relies largely on its humor to please, the same is lofty ...t ieiii.e.1 nnd does not force this clever eoioicinv of rommedians to descend to il.t- level of buffoonery to create a laugh. Jltrlar l.lcn4. The followiup niarriajre lii onsos witr is u. d by tli Clerk of the Orphans' Court for th.' week ending Thursday. January 14. ltf.tT: r.risimmanJ Lizzie Fisher. Stony rr.ik tawiiship. a M Coin ron and Annie A-liilesln-ruar, iiTiin.m M..rninhi. Snaneler. and Ida l lrrn.it IXK'k HaVell. Indiana county, and niiui..j , - Marv K mi IT. tranklln. i,oa MiCuhe aud Maztzie Chirdon, Krai I Trnnrrr. Treasurer ot Cambria county to John Kradley. Allegheny, consideration, fl 1. "Sheriff of Can. brU county to John P.rad ley, Allegheny, fl.soo. Kobert II. "Singer, trustee, to John J. Cain, Allecbeny, tl.ooo. Aaron Lavely et ux to Charles Wesley CrofTord, Johnstown. f0 John Koons Sr.. et ux. to John Koons, Jr., Allegheny. M;!. William I-.il. y to W. Anibrv, Cresson tow nship, J7o3. Henry J. Ivory et ux. to W. Anisbry, Allegheny, 1.T17. Joseph A. Coons et u. et al. to W Ams- bry, Allegheny, ft.im. Joseph Steberger et ux. to W. Anisbry, Allegheny, :".t.1. Terrence W. O'Hara. to W. Amsbry, Munsler, fti.V). Ann J. Garrett to W. Amsbry, Monster, f.tlT. Francis Itel el ux. to W. Amsbry Mini ster, .V.7. William Kdgar Glass at al. to W. Ams bry, Minister, 1.().V. Anastasia Smeltzer et al. to W. Amsbry, Allegheny, ft-".4. Samuel Is'oll et ux. to W. Amsbry, M ster, (X:t. John C. Heiter et nx. tc W. Amshiy Minister, f 1,72. Philip A. Hughes et nx. to William A. Hughes, Johnstown, 11. William A. Hughes to Philip A Hi. Khes, Johnstown, $1. Abner Grif)iih et ux. e' al. to Church United Krethern in Christ, Siimmerhill, lorough, Jl. Camhiia Iron company to Mabel Rainer. Kast Conemaugh, f 3.1 !. George A. O'Hara et ux. to W. Amsbry, Minister, ?VS7. Charles Flick et ux. to W. Anisbry, Al legheny, f 1,422. Fred island et. u. it. al. to William M. Woodle, Reade, William M. Woodle to G. H. Kulin, Ileade. 1. Andrew H. Hang et ux. to George II. Koch. Cairolltow n and Carroll. J1.7on. Geoige H. Ivcm-Ii et ux. to Catharine C. Hang, Carrolliown and Carroll township. 2.m. Sebastian P. Sybert to W. Amsbry, M un- ster. l,or..i. Susan Seyniore et vir to W. Anisbry, Al legheny, ft . Margaret Ross to James I). Ross, Johns town, f 1. Charles Mr Keel et ux. to Lydia DcGrav , Portage, $2.1. Mathias Strawmier to George Seymour, Allegheny, il. George Seymour to Matthias Strawmier, Allegheny, fl. Timothy Gillen et ux. to Allien Wissjn- gor, Kast lay lor, f:.io. Katharine Fleck to J. Swan Taylor, Morrellv ille, ftm Mary Met'aiiu to Pennsylvania Railroad company, Washington, $.2.1. Mary C. Watkins et vir to Kluier Gohn, Johnstown. $2.tmt. Josej.h Hogue et ux. to Patrick H. Shields. Allegheny, J7o. Joseph Hogue et ux. to A mbrose Sanker. Aileuheny. ftvio. Joseph Hogue et ux. to Joseph !. II. -rl- .og. Allegheny, f.i.x. KIlic Yocuui et yir to Tillie Ileal n, Mor rellville, $7ii. George Flick et ux. to W. Anisbry. Alle gheny, $l,.a.1. Rose Carney et al. to W. Anisbry, Mini ster, $771. Ambrose Sanker et ux. to W. Amsbry, Allegheny, $.'i4. Charles Miller to V. Amsbry, Gallitin township, $47.1 George Pri.ygrda et ux. to Stanislaus nb'icosky. Klder, $11.1. Charles Miller to W. Amsbry. Allegheny, ftvro. Josiali I. Hertzog et ux. to W. Amsbry Allegheiiy, $2-1 . Joseph W. Fa-ken rode et nx. to W. Ams bry, Allegheny, $1,1 .1. Catharine Pradley et vir to W. Anisbry, Allegheny, $72S. James W. Daily to W. Amsbry. Alle gheny, $.17. Charles Tomlisnn et ux. to W. Anisbry. Allegheny, $.K2. J. K. Shields vl ux. to W. Amsbry, Alle gheny, $2.1. 'hilip N'oon et ux. et al. to W. Amsbry, M mister, $1.22.1, John O'llaia et ux. to W. Amsbry, Milli ter, $,::4i;. John Eekenrode et al. to W. Amsbry, Allegheny. l,3'.t.1. Rose Carney et al. to W. Amsbry. Alle gheny and Minister, $1.11.1. Philip Noon et ux. to John Pat., Mini ster, ftiOO. Henry Goldstein et ux. to M. W. Shaffei, Dale, $4tx. Cxerntors of Charles Von Luiien et al. to John T. Arthur, Johnstow n. $UiO. Matthias Farbaugh to W. Amsbry, Minister, l,2Hi. Iealli of Titian J. ilIVy. lion. Titian J. Coffey died suddenly of heart disease in Washington or. Monday aged seventy-eight years. Air. Loffey was barn in Indiana. Pa. After finishing his college course he studied law with the late Attorney General Hates, of Missouri. Af ter his admission to the bar lie practiced law in Indiana for several years and dur ing that time was a fri-quent visitor to Kbensburg in attendance at our courts. He was elected to the state senate in is; and served until is.1l. when he removed to Pittsburg and practiced his profession nn til the inauguration of President Lincoln in ls;i, when his preceptor. Judge Hates was appointed attorney general, who ap pointed Mr. Coffey as assistant attorney general, which position he held during Lincoln's administration. When Gover nor Curtin was appointed minister to Kus sia, Mr. Coffey was appointed Secretary of Legation and accompanied Mr. Curtin to Russia. After his return he practiced law in Washington until about ten years ago w hen he retired to enjoy an ample fortune which he had acquired. For several years he has he has spent the summer seasons in this place and a couple of years ago he purchased a commanding piece of ground on the outskirts of the town on which he erected one of the lines I summer resident cs in the neighborhood and which he expect ed to occupy the conr.ng summer, lie is rvived by his wif and one daughter, Mrs. John Chew, of Washington. A lial If of Cambria. "In notinic the advent of the new county onicials, a word In lavor or tlie old is in order. Mr. J. A. Kennedy, the retirh liecister of Deeds, has become one of the liest and most eflicient oflieers that Nobl. county has ever had, he lias always bee oroniut and accurate in his dutips as wei ascouileous and obliiziiig to those doii business with him. He carries with him in his retirement from the ofliee the con sciousness of a duty well performed and the well w ishes of a host of friends." The above notice we cliu from the WorlhinizUiu, 'Minnesota Uhiltc. of Janu ary Tlh. The many friends of 'Squire Kennedv will be elad to learn thai his otlii lal l oinl'jct is as well appret iau d in his new home as it was in his old. He bus jti.t completed his third term as Ili-jiister of Heeds in Nobles cou nt v. While in Cam bria county he served one term as. auditor, one term as county commissioner, was C iinmissioners' clerk for severa! years, and in ls-'. was elected county treasurer, lie left ('ambria county in Isl and took up his residence in Nobles county, Minnesota. People owning ice houses in this vicinr ity are now pulling in ice nieasuiiug about even Inches. Jury I.lt Fjliowing; is the lit of Grand and Tra verse Jurors for March term of Court, commencing on Monday, March 1: liHASH JI KY. Anliliriilire, J. M., Ixwer Yoder. I llow iii.in. Irvln J., Johnstown. ! t'ovtr, Thendore, ('onemiiuuli tow nship. CaiiiplH-ll, James, Hastings. Custer, Marl in. Franklin. Km. ns, John II., 1-aist t'oinemiiugh. Ilelsel, -uirord, Johnstown. Howe, J. M., Patton. Ha. Idle, Samuel, MorrelH ille. Jarvi.s,T. H-, K.licnsbiirg. I.loy il, lieome S., Susquehanna. Iong, A..'., PorUige. Ielf, Mises, Knst t'oiieinmigh. .Michael, ls.-isie, Hlaekliek. Makin, Harry, .lohnstowu. Miller, B. ., Johnstown. Miller, Ananias, Kichland. Met 'olinell, Frank, t'hest. t lakes, Albert, Johnstow n. I'eters, Samuel, Johnstow n. Pringle, Wiii.S., tjisl 'oiieiiiaugh. St ruyer, Aaron, Morrellv ille. Sweeney, Thomas, Iwer YiMler. Wissinger, P. Pule. TKAVKIMK Jl'KIIKS KI KST WKKK. Anna, PIiih, 'learlU hi. i ml.Tuiiii Himrv. l i.t-rel 1 v i 1 le liumford, Thomas, Cambria township. Itueher, James M ., .tohiisUiwn, Itauks, Y.S., Johnstow n. foster, Jacob, Johnstow n. Cox, Michael, i 'a I ton. Pellet, John ('., Johnstown. Duiimire, Henry, South Kork. Kmerliim, John, Jo tins! own. Foster, Frank, V hile township. Ilihiinn, Peter, Adams. Howard, Win., Morrellville. II iii.liiiaih, Kobert, llastines. Holt, John, Kl.ler. Hclscl, .loiir.thaii, Adams. Haywooil, Win Hastings. Hysong, Win., (iallit.in. Jones, Richard W., Harr. James, John A., Johnstown. .lames, A inns, KlH'iisbiiru. J .-iiiii-s. Win , l'ortane township. Jones, Millon l:., Johnstown. Kelly, Kd , F.lder. lainiliort, W., S.aiu;ler. Union, I. It., Johnstow ii. Idir, New ton, Fcnidale. Murray, W. Jiilinslinvn. McCouuh, Paniel, Croyle. rris, A lex, Jolinstow u. o"llrien, K.t, t'rssin township. Powell, W. A., Keade. I'ryce, John W., Johnstown. juirk, Steplieu, Joliiistuwu. Reese, John I., JohnsUw n. Reiiiard, Win., t'royle. Simmons, Jjimes, South Fork. Say lor, Cinriii' A., Johnstow n. Slialler, F. ., Itoxlniry. ThoiiiHs. lirorue K., Slonvcreek. SOiek lioiise, Jttseph, Morrell ille. Timilis t'. 11, Johnstow n. Wills, John, Asliville. Wai'siim, Thomas, Morrellville. WeiKiiaii, Paul lohnstowu. WoimIs, i iiMiri', Jolinstow n. Weiale, A. South Fork. Weil., Kusseli, Hastings. Wyland, Anllioiiy, Spanrler. TKAVKIISK JI KOI.'S SKCOXII WKKK. Albauuli, I4-iiiih-1, Jolinstow ii. Millioru, Freil, Lower Ymler township. tow loan, K It. Iii-aile tow nship. I'.niiiin, John, Allegheny tow nship. 1 i ker, John I.., Johnstow n. Hare, ;eori;e, lais town. '.vans, isi-iir, f nibri.-i tow nsiiip. arruii, Jiitin '., i 'ambria township. l-'t-riier, Frank It., Johnstown. ii lion, John, Johnstown, 'ye, Henry, Ai.ams l'.vii.-hi.. elix, liwe t'., Ailams tow nship. oiiL'hnolir, (i. i.. lai.-l i'oiieioaiu.'h. et line, 'on rail, Johnstow n. iell.n-.il b, '. N'., W-stTaylir low nship. Humphreys, Win., Cambria tow nship. Hull, W. Siimmerhill. Hess W. H., Moi rellMlle. lleilier, laiui.rd, Johnslowii. Hunt. Hairy, Wist Taylor township. Iekes, (iiiirs.', Adams low nsliio. Jones, li. J., i'iimbria'townsliip. K irk .:il rick, .Xi i lion, Carroll lounship. Killius, .1. S., Iliil lieslx.io. Kiern, Abraliitin, StiS4uehanmi township. Kink llelir , Su-tif haiinu low nship. l.enrii, F. H., llariicsloro. I.epiM-rt, AnnrcH , Johnstow n. I.ee, Abraham, Johnstown. Maloy, Iterl, Johnstow n. Manion, John, Jr., Susquehiiiina township. Miiiliolleii, Haniel, Portage township. Mi l oiiii; h, I. J., Siimmerhill tow nship. MeNallx', John, Cretisiii township. McCanii, John X .Johnstown. Nwir.v, James, Johnstown. I'rinle, Daviil 1.., Suniiiierliill township. Pall', John, Jolinstow n. ICi-vse, ohadiah, I'ambria townsliip. tilde, A Unit, Morrellville. shatter, J. J., Fist Conemaugh. Sanders, I. J., South Fork. Stiles, Frank, Harr township. Shinerelt, C 1., Kln'iisburg. Sbeehan.Jol.il II., Johnstown. in Scoyoc, liaviit, Keaile township. Williams, II. C., Rarueslmro. Wendell, IS. F-, Johnstow n. Warner, Theodore, Johnstown. Weak land, Isaac, Susquehanna township. TKAVKIl.SK Jl KOIlS Til 1Kb WKKK. . Allisiui, Win., Cresson township. How man, haiineey, Johiislow 11. I'.ui'iell, Henry, Johnstow n. Howers. F ti., MorrelU ille. liiiek. Henry, .Morrellville. Itenniish, luniiel, Jolinslown. Hrubaker, Havid 1 1. , oil lit 111. I teller, Anselm, Crtiyle township. Iliii k, K.lwiird, AlU-Kheny township. ark, .lolm, Johnstow 11. Cypher, i. N-, Johiislow n. ciisier. Cyrus, Johnstow n. In iskel, II uah, A ileiilieny township. Iievlin, John J., Jolinslown. F.ndler, John, Harnestioro. Fhiniau, W in., Johnstow n. (iiiriiiiin, John. Keade townshi;. i ru in tiling, I'aniel, Hale. iiilH-rt, John J., Koxlmry. biilt-i, lieiirue K-, Sou In Fork. rav, .lolm A.. Jackson tow nship. iriltil b, Samuel I'iMipersiiale. Hunter, Alex, ration. Hopkins, icoi ue I ., Jolnistown. H.uian, John, J r., Jolinstow n. Hill, John F., Morrellville. li.K rl. Lew is, Jolinslow n. James, Win. A., Cambria township. Kiint., K. .M., .loimsiow n. M iller, Ciirisl M-, Kichl.inil tow nship. Mantis, liinist-('., lilaekiiek townsliip. M illenlieri:er, W, 1.., Jolinstow n. M ilsom, John, Portage. M-lermill, Y im-enl, Cresson t4wiishi. Meliuhlin, Fd, I'atloii. Overilorf, K.t. J., Morrellville. l'owell, John K., Cri-sson tow nship. I'rimkari, Henry, Johnstown. Koss, Horace, Johnstown. tlose, ieirce .1., Jolinslown. KoIhtIs. .lames, Johnstow n. Kemhard, Kmanuel, hlast "l ay lor township. KoIhtIs, KoIm i t s., Cambria low nslni. Sleuer, I- K., Johnstown. Sparks I'riah, Portage. SwaiiHoii, l bai len, FMuer township. simiiions, . S., Jackson township. Yiirner, F. .., WestmoiiU ill-, I'.ernanl, I.n tto. Weakland, FMwaril 1., F.hlcr township. Wa Marrtr.1 Before. Karly in Deceit. her hist Mamie Acher, of Johnstown, left her home lo visit friends in Ohio, llefore she left she had been re ceiving attentions from a young man named Charles T. lleiel, of Nev Haven, l'a. Heizel followed her to Ohio and in ducd her to accompany him to New York where they were married on Decemlmr IS. The young woman afterward learned that Het.el had a wife living and left her litis baud, coming back to Johnstown last Sat urday. The young woman made public a letter writteu to her by Wetzel, In which he says his foroicr wife is worth a half million dollars, and begs Miss Ascher to be true to him until lie succeeds iu getting a divorce in Smith Dakota. He also begs her not to have him arrested. Miss Ascher savs she will have nothing more to do with him. Iletzel repiesents a large meat house, ar.d frequently visited Johnstown, where he Iwcanie acquainted with Miss Ascher. Yhil in New York she gave Iletzel num erous lett.-is to mail to her folks, but tl ey never leached their destination. Mr. C. A. Sharbaugh. Carrolltowi 's popular clothier, has Issued a handsome new calendar for the year IS'.iT. And men tioning the calendar we may as well call the attention of our readers to a change in his "ad" which appears this week. When you buy from Sharhaugh you will get jmt what he tells you you are getting and ycu can rely upon the goods as being what they are represented to be. A fmh cow lor sale. Inquire ol aiUKPHY. MoDHter towohip. X i u. 1 -VltLTkt L' . . O U 1." S' 1K & I .... 1 llnl.l " ... T ......... . .. n . O L.v lerms. AldrKfMKS thLA M. JVlcI X IN A l.tl. Jnnj. 8 It. f AN rKK A Keoerml repreenlac e la tbU county to oritanlie local Doara ior in- Artiiunt' safinta ami Iuo.d Asaociatioa. AJ. arena IU KHth Ae.. Plttsbaix Pa. meh'i w f ANTKil A reliable man to represent a loau Institution in Camhrla Ct.unly nlonet I- aoe.1 In pums .! f um to flO.uno. For particular apply in W. M. 1A V IS, Ocaloort, Pa. inch'JUtl. 'I'HK Klieniibnnr Bail.tlns ai loan Aosoclatlon 1 will otter for sale at tbe Kcj Hullillnit, !. ensbuiK, on the tourth Monday In January. I'z.o.oo. THOS. lAViS, I.kstkr Lohiir, Secretary. PrenUenl. KOK SALK 1 will ofler at public ale at ray ' l .rui in Cambria tuon'blp. about a tulle and a liall Iroin K'.eii8'iurK on the Old Carrulltowu roa.l. ou Suunlay. January liltti. l(tt)7. all my lariu nir luachi. ery. stock, crops. ic. K terms will tm kIvcu. Jaoy.uai X K. J. HUMPH KEYS. TKELD RELIABLE. KverjlKxly, ami cfpe-iilly tbe oystar-lonmc Miple ol tlienxiurg. are invill to ell at Kobt. McKreeu's M Kilable H..-lurot. when they wjiit itixsl. Ireiih irjmers. I. tbe pint, quart or ic illon Or you can Dave tbem StewoJ or Fried, all at the lowest price. Fresb Oysters every day. octllil JOS. HORNE & CO. Remnants. Afier the clearance sales in January, comes I he 'inal cleaning and scouring. Kvery tiling that is left is called a "'Rem nant." They are not all short ends be cause called 'IleinnHn t-;" some contain yards and yards, lHith long and short, all go in together, cheap and expensive. It is Yurie ("iiANfK. If you wish any of these, write early. Hksixaxts (if Hhkss uooiis. Fine Ser ges, goods we havelieeu selling for Me. and more a aid, for Twkxtv-kivkCkxts a yard. cheviot at just half price. FRENCH NOVELTIES. f .' ( i and -J..H kind for $1 on a yard. Ci (t and f4 no ones for 1 'J5 a yard. fl.JVO ones for T.V. a yard. 1 I o and (I ones fur 5 . a yard. BROADCLOTH. lt mnants al just half price. VELVETS. Fancy and plain Velvets, remnants of our best lines. (l..'iiaiid $1 ones for Fl ki v l KXTS A YAW). VELVETEENS. Remnants of Velveteens of the T.V. ai.d (1 .on quality for Tiiiuty five ami Fifty Ck.n is a Yakh. PENN AYE1N0E AND FIFTH STREET, PITTSBURG. AUDITOR'S NOTICE. In the Orphan's Court ol Cambria IJouuty. In tbe matter of the first and final Account ol John Speniiar. executor of Christopher Hornlck. late 01 Kicbiand loansiup. deceased. Ann now. iccera:er 14m. on motion or Jacob Zimmerman, rfii.. attorney lor John SinKer. executor 01 me eniaie 01 nristopner tiornicic. late of Kichland township, deceased. Jamea M. v alters. E.. , apiiolnted auditor to report dls tilbuiloD ol the lund In tbe hands 01 the ac- cnuutiiit to and amonx the PAriiea entitled to I he raiue and to rei-ort upon exceptions. II anv ne n;e.i. VTBa orirr. Extract from the record. Certified liecember 14. 1st 6 F B. JtNfcS Clerk U. 4.1. Notice Is hcieby Kven that In paisuance ot tbe inn above appoiuiuieui. 1 will alt al uiy i.mrg. KiH.aiii ISo. Alma lla'l. Aisln hlreel, Johbtili.wn, fa , mi I III! UliA V. tiie -zsl H dav ol JAM' AhY.A 1. lai7. ai 10 o'clock A. M.. when and where all persons Inieresied may apiar II they deeiu proper or l.c lorever debarred tr.m eom.UK iu ou SAid lund. .'AM ES M. WALTEKS, Jany.8 3t. Auditor. AUDITOR'S NOTICE. In the Court ot Common I'ieas ot Cambria CouoiT. lo 1 lie mlter ol the assigned estate ol waiter HooIiii. et ux. to llermau Kauiuer. lor the bene til of creditors, t he undersivned a-ives n. life that lie hat been appointed auditor lo distribute tbe unus 10 ana iuii.iik tine olitled. as well as 10 pas niion exceptions to raid asBlKuee's account, I atiy ne tile.i.and lor tbe atove i.u'iHi'e he will i-l at bis cinco,. Koom no. 7. w oil Klck, Johns tows, la., on ICr-sliAi. J..1MIAKV Vi ';. al iu o cli-k. a. in., when and where all persons luleiesled may el (end or lie lorever debarred Irom anv share In the distribution otibelunds In the h:n.lsol sa 1 asflunee. JAMES H. (l-CtlNNttU, riec 2TiHt. Auditor. AUDITOR'S NOTICE. In ilia Court ol tommon Pleas of Cambria cou 11 ty . n the matter ol the asslirued estate ol John V. D.iwllna; 10 Herman Hauiner lor the benent ol creditors, tbe unilerslxned Kivea notice tbat he lins been a.iolnir.l auditor 10 distribute the lani!n to and amona- thos- entitled, as well as lo I a.s uiion evceotlous to the said assignee's ac- count. 11 an; be nied. and lor the above nrKse i.e win mi i ins omi'e. nO'ln 7 . woollniock. .'ohnstown. Pa., TCIiSIAY. JANl'AKY 12. IstfT.at lUd'c'iK-k a. m . when and where all ter sons interested ui:iv attend or be lorever deferred irom comlDii In on said Innil... JA.MIvSU OCONNOK, Icc. 3t. Auditor. AUDITOR'S NOTICE. Notice la lierrtiy nlven that havinar been ai- pointe.i auditor ny the urpn n s Hiurt ol Cam bria county to dlHtrlbute the lund In the hands o' Henry M' larren administrator ol the estate ol John M'Clarren, deceased . as shown by his ac count. 1 will s.t at my otflce In tbe borouah of KI'ensburK, m PUlliAY, JANUAKY Vi. li7. at lu o'clock, A. M., lor the tiuroofe ol diachanelnai the duties ol said a.Kiinliueut, when aud where all fcrsons inieresied shall fittend or be forever debarred Irom comiuit lu on said lund. 11. H. M Y KKS. Jaouarv 8 1S97 31 Auditor. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. letters nf administration bavlOK been Kranted to the uudrr iKOed by tbe Ori.l. ano' Court ol Cambria county. In the estate o I Michael tlulsler :le ol umiucrlilll buruuKh deceased. iN.itico is hereby iciven that all ierSoni Indent- en 10 saiii estate iu maae payment and an ter- sons liavloit claim 4 attains! the same to present mem lo the administra'or without delay. John t. inu. Administrator. J. F. McICacmrk k, attorney for admlntJirator. Suuimcbul. Pa.. liecember lutu. ll.5: 11 ttl YOW SALE. FOll SALE. he tollowlnar articles will be said cheap for cash or wun kooii security; m two horse wauons '1 pair boo sleds. 1 one- borne sled. ouo troplre Under, one Champion mowing; machine, 1 sprlnar t.Kiih harrow, 1 dinner bell. -1 sets work harness . collar, bridles. harness. cbatna and a gvncr.l Hue of tartnlna; I moll men is. inquire ol M. U.HWKt.K. Auk M tl. WANTED SALESMEN, Pushing .trust worbty men to reurrseut us In the sa e ol Our Choice Nursery Stock. Seclaltiea controlled by na. Hlheiit S .larv or Commission paid weekly. Steady em ployment the year round, (lutnt iree; exclusive territory: exue lence not necessary; bli py as sured workers; sdeclal inducements to beatlnuers. Write at once lor particulars to ALLEN NURSERY CO., KOCHtSTl.B. N. Y. July 31. 90 5m. JOHN F. STRATTON'S ieieuraieu nussian um Violin Strings The Finest in the World. Every String Warranted. lAhn V CIsaHnn oJae vuu ia uuuouii vealer Send br JjH, 813, 815, 817 E. IU St. tataiosuw NEW VORK. FRflZER AXLE GREASE BEST IN TUB WORLD. Its wnarincqua itiea are nnmirpajwed, aotoaTlT outlasting two boxes of any ot.her brand. Noi ftTec tel by heat. tflJKT TH K flBNUINBa FOB. SaXE Bt DEALERS CENEKAXXJC STOVES, Tread Powers, Threshers and Separators, Iron Fence Wire, Etc., Etc., EBENSBURG, "KNSYLVAN.A RAILROAD. Schedule In e fleet Moveaber 10 1806 ('Mllaaiial t'rea. BAST. Seashore Express, week dys 6 a m Altoon Acra.mmo latlon. week dajB V - a m Main Line Ex ureas, dally lnWtn Alux.oa Aeco u.. week .lays Ii4ii hi HarriHt.ur Accommodation. Sundays only .. I 07 p m Mall Express, dallT... Siting Philadelphia txpress,dallj.... ........ 11 u m WB8T. Johnstown Accommo!ailon. week days . 8 14am Pad Oc Kxpres. daily 8 7 a n way rasi-eouer. naiiy 21a p dx Mall Train, dally 3 35 D m I'ltotiunr Exprer, dally..... .3 M p m rasi Line. daiiT I2KU.HI Jobnstown Accommodation, week Jays tMpn F.1biIw ra; Brsacb. TRA1KS SRKIVB From Hasilntri and tbe North - 7 36 a tn Krom irMMin. . 1 C laitn ' rum Ylototnlale ......... S'iid Krt.m Crawin 5 06 p m K'hid resion a M p m Kr..m Vlnliio.lal.. ....... ... 7 '20 p n rrom Uiex.oo.... t 10 p a TBAIMH LKATK i'or t'resson T 31 a m l-ur Hulm aad tbe IS.rih ....lU3am For V intonilale. ... Hi la a au For 'rerson..... X :u p m For Vlntondale. alb p m For Hastlnii and the n -nil SMua For Cresson J so p id rrrsnoa aad irarHll IeaTr Irronu at 6.4S a. m.and 1 W p. m. arrlv Idk at Cresunn at 8 06 a m. ntl 1 i. m. leavt Cresson t 34 a, m. and 5 30 p. ui.. arrlvioic al li tons at ". I.4U a m. and 6.S0 p. ui. Forrtes bii.i. etc . call on aa-ent or addrea rHua. E. W TT. I. A. W. 1.. SCO Futb Ae. PIlUburH. Pa. s. M. PKt.VoST, lleni-ral Manaa-er. K. WIMII. ilmmi Manager. OILS! OILS! The Atlantic Refilling Co., oi Pittsburg, Pa., make a seeialty manufacturing for the domes tic trade the finest brands of Illuminating and Lubricating Oils. Naphtha and Gasoline That can be .HOE FROM PETROLEUM. We challenge comparison with every known product of petrol eum. If you wish the Most : Uniformly : SatisTactory : Oils in the market ask for ours. ATLANTIC REFINING CO., PinSBTtKlt HEIT- PlTTSBrKO, PA. octU.Sely. xwc. 37i first nf Ann rican Xtwn- pttpers, VHAliL.i;s A. It AX A Editor. The American Constitution, the American Idea, the American Spirit, Iheue first, last, and all the time, forever. Daily, by mail, $G a year. Daily and Sunday, by mail, - $3 a year. The SUNDAY SUN is tbe greatest Sunday Newspaper io the World. Price 5c. a copy, By mail, f 2 a year. AddrmTHENFN, New Yark. JOHN PFISTBR, DEALER IH GEIIER&L HERGIUHDISE, Harflware. Quware, MADE-UP CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES AND PR0YIS10KS, TEUETABLM IH SEASOH, HARNENN, ETC., OPPOSITE JUNCTION HOTEL, CRESSON, PA. man-soiy CREAM1 mimCATARRH Js qU-Jctf aawii eerf. CViotsiiaca fie Jtnmal fnanom, Allay fain mnd MrtM mnlioN, Urn t tha Monca. Proteetm the JnVm frreme front stdtfiliomal Voltt. Rrstore tint Br warn mf Tnt0 It Will Cure COLD 'N HEAD A tiarLirld la aiulled lulu eacb auatrel and li aKreeahia. Pric 60 anta at Dtiikk- or by anal 1 fclV HIUITHLKS, M Warren Street. New York. niT.iiji.ly Wanted-An Idea Wbo cmn think of soma ailmpto thine to patent!1 hv tnar bring yoa wemltlau HN WKiDEHBUKN ft CX Patent AiUr- Mtl WublogtoiL, D. C. for their tfl.flaH prlM oiler tad Uftt o( two aunurtd lavenuon wtoia. DEALER IN RANGES, URooffing and gpoiiln - Mil IsAlllnA&Jij ill our Clothing and Ladies' Wrap De partments shows ihat the people arc con vinced we re selling (he rilit i;oods at lower prices than others. Clothing Here is a better ranee of Siyl.- in Suitings than you ifiu-rall v liiul !cmi1 all-wtMil ones, f7 i, f7 fi $ m tlO.Ul, tl'J.ui, f 14 t. Overcoats 5 S S 5 a 5 a 5 a s a a 5 a s a 5 a is a s a 5 a 5 a 5 a s Our Overcoat l)iisins Is Im-v.mhI last seasonV so mucli fur Ihmiii: the rijflii sot t of firi.-es on all w.kiI ones--$S (II, tU I m, t Ul. J14 in. Little Men Plenty of koo.1 styls in our Lit tie Meu s D.-partniui. I'.l.m-- Suits. Vesus, etc., r-.:". ti a. 4 , t.". .. Larger Boys S to 14 years. J.i, ti (l. f4 U. fi Underwear Meu's Underwear at tlie lome-i prices ever made for reliable tri.ods. Meu's heavy white Merino Shirts and lira wer. Ml rents. Men's cinkI ribbed fleecd Shin and Drawers. 51 cents. Men's heavy brown ali niere. Shirts and Drawers, all wool. JO cents. Best Natural Wool iv.iii.-n is w.mii.) Shirts and Drawer. Iiiuhi-il in the most approved sn le, tl . J.illv, cv Lll iu v i jn i u ts, PUACT1CAL AND DEALER IN Jj ... pKr?5i-fty REDUCTION SALE ! For the next 30 days we will sell any of our Winter Suits, Over coats, Underwear and all winter goods at Greallv Reduced Prices. We must make room for Spring Goods, and to do so have hare re duced our prices so much that all Winter Goods are bound to go. Our Loss Will Be Your Gain. We carry the best line of ?hoes in Northern Cambria and some of them have been reduced to less than cost of manufacture. Call soon and get a bargain. C.A. Sharbaugh, CARROLLTOWN, PA. I Let Us Reason a If your horse casta a shoe, you g't a horse shoer to res-1 it. If you neel a perplexing lepil question hoIvI, you go to a lawyer. If you fall ill you have a IXM-tor to tell yuu w lia" to take. It is their Experience and Skill You Pay For. Then hy make n exception in the pur ha.- of your Irur-? If vou have a fnwili recipe or a pr.M-ripiioii to till, Spires, Havoring Kxtnu-ts, Drus, l'ateni 51edJ eineM, or anything to nurchase that a ntre ilevote.1 to lrus uiay keep, lan't it follv io confound quality with qiuintitv anl iret an inferior artiele HaST WE HAVE '1 H K BE-T. FURNACES and Wood Pumps ' ' PENNA. no 5 a 5 a 5 a 5 a 5 a 15 a s a s a 5 a 5 a s a a 5 a s a 5 Wen's Wo.l.-ti Hiii-rv. Siveator. .Iack-ls, i;ioV. m-. l'ru - irf-ze you. Knit w ou'l Ladies' Wraps CKi fast black ICmi--( ats with i ii i ii eiet Collar laM-d !U--vrs. . Lir!lJ Trotit, Fncv Muck Ht.urle Kersey, irin,ii-a with J, ir,.c l.UUoll, li.-re is sn entra valu.-. ? in. The jKiuular lrih Frieze Coats. Mues. tans lijrlii ai.ddark II avails, plaiu trimiiml. xme with velvet ;iit,i,1(r lUt lu ujn-ij, ., , f:, ' SUI. (1H.UI. Capes N..n in lonir. sh..rt. meiduui and h.irt, some plain, others fur trini ' nied. The uiaicrial- are loni'it, i iii-avi-r". t'iunanti r ur. J2..V0. f3.: .M, ... f. on, fs ti. fin (i. f i3 12..A. Ready to Wear Suits the l.i.-r-1 and hest 6eloC ; li.ms-are here. Shoppers tell us i they're jni tl.e thiliz. fim, hUJ , S. l;.OII. $ls UI l'enna. mum, clocks,! JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, MUSICAL UiSTEDMINTS: -AND- OPTICAL GOODS. l 4 sULt. AlibST rXK THE X CELKBBATED BOCKFORDf I Colnmliia anil Fi eflonia Watches In Key and Stem Winders. LARCE SELECTION OF ALLX KINDS OF JEWELRY AL-2 WAYS ON HAND. Z CnfMy lineof Jewell y is unsur- x paed. Come and see for your- a self before purchasiujf elsew here Z $ t2fAIl work guaranteed. CAE! EITO1IS Little; DAVISON'S - DIG - STORE l al 1 11 a - pelauey.