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AMHlil CO.. PA.
0I pf.KJ.oSAL. x . of ("r.-s-on. was in ',. i..nr- Tuesiiay. . ,. ,,f Minister township. ..' ,.r l Kbensbiirg on ,.f this placiv .,1, !., k thi: spent week ; ,ii.ir lork the door knob and il. rnpn'ii u a- tii liv .In-pph t roped by ,nI'lii-ys has he-V,.-. ward, having property. , 1 4-rn ;iv;iiii iii (reetcroSr.ill(I in '. -i 1 1 : cents per of iierman Apel. :! :i had flit on ft ..in liis sled a :.!, wa entertained .naW.-r, daughter of .,. ,,f this place, on Iras instructed - p.ivis to siiiit otT u ho are in ar- r ,,f .'oliii-town. at j ,v I v juiiipinir into ;1- r.-.ciied in time to , I'i.. n. ilinuti.ii town!im. :-t been aire ted. e ! t years ago. .1.1- ..ini.r resident of ! a- : t ."spt inu's. bad ih one of liis les i - ano. did J iisuee or the prot honotary ii.i-e within thirty ceive niiiiiiission. j.r. f I.oretto, was - ,.i Monday, being a a i h;it a- w reeked Mr. I.itinpT luckily .'.i-known luinher t L-arS-ld county, in that place on from apoplexy in .: I. an "ad in this ns: prices or. a s to dispose of ale. There are 1 ill the "ad." . A-- , . :: . ii ..f Spancler, was ... W. Va.. by t , . in.- from a cousin. v t i .".( ! of r-ha! per , .j itli a aud ban x : . f .l.-hn Porter, ho . :,. .!,.-d on Thiirs . .it ..f li-.-ae-. ailed : , .!. her hu-baiid, ,1 :! .1 four dauiiht'TS. . A;. i. a ami Lizzie. ; will he found the l r a.i.-'phia ." "rl for - . : . ..f t h he-t paper- i .; :. .! h. r countrv and ,i i .-a,-, i lable and first . I v MibM-ribiiis w e lud-e ilillr-lon, in the lr. TI...II ye the i .il Je murder of S. Henry. i.e. fur murder '.i : in -ays; J udgc . ' I..-t nit proceed - i ' I.. .' administrators A I i : --v '. a'. The priuci : "!-! .U ; i:ir was the s'.ate i : : . ...ii t.iKen from the : i.-.-iiiiiy and Value of the :-:.i i. f -rma' ion w asmaile :';. ace in EU-nsbisra Ii U I lla-tii:gs. rharg I !at 'er place w ilh i laws by reliinii to i ite 1. at. its, and av . War go entered curt wife of Frank hi lihickii'k j u! on Wednes w ii. to answer lo !;... , ' i - I . ' ' i .1..I...-L . M r Touiie and her a . i-.it. oi w.'.-r.s ago. -I..- I, a- tee:i slopping i:. I ,- siippo-ed to be de in.- getting in their 'I i..- r.--i.i. nee of 11. C. : :i: lav '.line l.y forcing ijki-ii (ruin an up Mondav nigiit a ' i-i i-l ihr-ii gh a show 1 !- H M . i i.n v ey "s store and : -i - i.iiM ii. The Sciitiml " ' i ' a 'etting in readiness lo ' '' I a w arm l eception. t..ie. of Washington ' : :u a critical condi- -1 " a I.. i-in tai. Ilu sutlers ' " " :- i.. 1--1011 of the brain. . ; .v i . inpl-.veil ni the Cam -! ' ' ! w a- a w ork one day " !: .:;, -ia;Ti.;d on which he al- ! ' f-"i about twenty feet. - .I cotiiiug down on hi 5 ' ' ' - the injury mentioned. ' 1 a. a mi. It lie-aged laboring : "" at t. Mary's, El - ii u. I nil i.is on Wedues- ' -' .. ' '.: r S. Rliiir, w hiie try- - :f which he had raised I ;i f,.r a giass ot beer al :- t:- !! ' . On being searched a - ; at. I.! v oi change and other - ''r with stencils, brushes, i - a . i .. .,red pencils were found ' 1 I." hi 1 i otTered w as clever ' a. : w..i.:d have peceived many ' be pretty Well covered : be a regular advertiser ' :. l"t .rida lost their child . i-'i it alii r two days, put a - ' -! '" !' notice iii the paper and iiig lln-y were surprised to J - on t he steps where he had -"1 i . . hud aiive and then died I . -old the a.ligator hide f-jr a;, l ti,r ,,u ruts are exhibitiLg - u !-ftv dollars a weeek. The i i.es in,, value oi advertising. 1 - a -li i.iikeu riot at the I tilon - ii..,es .-al of Altoona. on Sun- : A.i.i rl Real.) was shot just :-" I.-ai i and anoilier bullet grazed i. iie lying in a helpless coo- rioters stoned and clubtwd the i ev,(,i,d recognition. He w as ' the Altoona hospital and the ai,- ure unable lo locale the bullet. 'i. ii t p..-sit,y recover. A number of .ers were somewhat bruied and r"l but not seriously hurt. The men 'i beaiy intoxicated. Rril Estate Tranafer. Charles Kreaiuer et u. to Susan Filz pibUins, Ileade. consideration, tl. Susan Fitzicibbous to Charles Kreamsr, U.a.le. ii. John Ilailly et al. to Pennsylvania Rail road company, I'ortage borough, F. C. Sliarbauph et ux. to 11. J. Hoppel. Spancler, H.V Amos Clark et ux. to FdwarJ E. L-ver-irood. Upper Yoder, II. Fern. Todd, by attorney in fact, to Joseuh Hogue, Allegheny, $1,M. Max Frick el ux. to Klizabelh Richards. Reade. $:ir.. 1 John Entler et ux. to Hlubaker 'Coal company. $75. Patrick McCall et ux. et al. to Philip McCall, Sunimerhill township. Ann O'R ourke to Philip McCall, Sum mei hill township, fl. (i. V. tsboru to John Sell, Johnstjwn, (Jeoree Sell to William Yoder. $t,2."i. J. Lohr, I'pper William J. Lolir et ux to John Sell, Up- per pper. f l..i). John Krinine et ux. to Cambria Mining .t Mauufacturing company, Washington, Citizens' Cemetery association to Samuel C. Ream, Crand View, $14:i. Edward E. Leyergood to Ellen Clark, Upper Yoder. $1. 15. F. Slick et ux. to Samuel C. Ream, Cambria county, iu. Silas N. Ringier et nx. to Christian Shoemaker, Jr.. Richland. $4i(. Walters. Weaver et nx. to Harry J. Custer, Richland, $-J.". Ceorge Sell to John Sell, Upper Yoder, ;,SJiV. M. F. Hammer et ux. to Samuel Eamigh, Portage borough, Samuel Eaniigh to Mary Rissilla Eamigh et al.. Portage borough. $15. Mary C. Myers to Julia Rurk, Washing ton, f-'.". Mountain Coal company to Samuel Peb lev, Diiulo, fl.V). Sara'i Minatiaii et al. to John Minahan, Johntown, f.Y Mary M. Paulson et vir to William R. Thomas. Stonycreek, Joseph Sloan et ux. to Herman P.lough, Johnstown, f l.loo. Assignee of John F. Dowling et al. to Patrick Connelly, Joluistowii, Jl.SKI. Heirs of Daniel Weaver to Christian Weaver, Richland. $.".kio. llir . Jolllllea. The Noss Jollities will appear at the Ebensburg opera house on Saturday even ing, February u'Tth. The clever soubrette and musical artist. Miss Mignon Carroll, whose eiial in her particular line is not to be found. 15aby Helrn Rogers, teimedthe "pocket edition" soubrette, who is small but always to the front. Mr. Nick Clynn. character comedian, w 1 o-e w n.lerful por trayal of diiTereat characters has placed hint at once in the stellar ranks. Rut a word in regard to the pilot would not .e out of order. The detective arrives at the same summer resort in search of the same man. who is wanted for passing counter feit money, each detective picks out or "spots" one another for the guilty party, w hereby they exchange t heir good money from one lo the other thinking it counter feit, w hich w ith t he su miner tuiarders, ser vants ami always-to-be found tramp and others, creates trouble and excitement all around. There is enough dialogue lo not become tiresome, and at the same time ad mit of di ITereiit specialties so as not lo mar the sense of the plav. Comedy runs through the play and the audience is kept in a thoroughly good humor all the while. w bile every act. speech and specialty is given with snap, vim and relief. The chart of scats will open at James drug store on Friday morning. Secure tickets early. Tronblr Oirr m n I Milf On Wednesday F. J. OVonnoi, Esq.. of Johnstown, who was appointed by the court to .li-trit.nte the fumis of the estate of the late Edward Itnrk, of Clearfield township. sat at 'he court room for the purpose of hearing the testimony and for the presentation of claims against the e tate. There was nothing out of the usual un til Nicholas I In i k. a son, presented a note purporting- to have been signed by his laltier tor I..n and producing a book ac count running for a .umiber of years from is.... and which was alleged the note was made in settlement therefor. 1 he other lo irs denounce the note as a forgery and to sustain their views called a number of witnesses as experts in writing. among the iiiiiiiIm r being W. I). Couch, of Altoona; A. W. Ruck. F. 15. Jones and ithers, of Ebeiisbm g, whose testimony ieein to throw a cloud on the genuineness of tl.e iiccount ai.d signature lo the note. There has as yet been no decision and t heie is a st ron g proha hi lily t hat t he estate will result in litigation for some time. Mr. Samuel Ploii.ii.er. a well-known li.eii, diiui at his home in Croyle town -hip on Sunday about noon, aged about seventy years. Mr. I luiii'iier is survived by his wife, six sons and three daughters vi.: Joseph, John and (Jeorge. of Cone Kiaugh : Oliver, of Creson: Charles and Frank, at home; Mrs. Ida Parrish. of Si, ii, mil: Mr. Auce tosllow. oi John town, and M iss A mile, at home. Jle was a urot her ot .i osepn i i n in iner. oi miooiu; Mrs. Madge Litzinger, of (Jailiiin. and Mrs. Peter Rrown and Mrs. John (iriflith. oi Summet hill. 1 1 is brother, l nomas, w as kilied January Isih on the Pennsylvania railroad at Sunimerhill. II is remains w ere intern d in the Catholic cemetery at Wil more on Wednesday morning. The Altoona. Cleailield t Northern railroad, extending from Altoona to Wop- sononock Park and familiarly known a the"Wopsy," will be sold on tridavat auction because the present management is unable to make receipts ojtial expendi tures. The road has been the source of constant litigation, until asum equal to or greater than its original cost has been paid out in lawyers" fees, costs, etc. Arrange ments are now being made and, if perfect ed in lime, the road w ill be bought in by bondholders. The. road has always left a margin of profit, it is said, and Us presvtit condition is due to warring among the slock halders. Mr. '.. W. Wcisgarver, an aged and well-know n citizen of Altoona. and an old- lime resident of Ebensburg, was painfully injured in the body shop at Altoona on Tuesday morning. A large stringer slip ped from il resting place, striking his left leg. spraining the anale badly and bruising the calf from the knee down. tFurver was taken to his home, Mr. Weis w here Dr. Morrow dressed the injury. The accident will keep hi ui coutineu lo the house for fometime. Mr. weisgarver is years ui age, a fact which w ill - make his recovery necessarily slow. Mrs. Salome North died at her home in Reade low nshlp on weancsuay morning February IT, aged ST years About 44 vears ago Mrs. North with her husband and live children emigrated from Ueruiauy to this county and settled in White low n i.it. ii.iw lle de. where they have made their home ever since. The husband and oldest son died some ear ago, also the youngest daughter in North Dakota. Two daughters. Elizabeth and Freoereca, and one son, Jacob North, of Philadelphia, survive her. Mrs. hao Annie Rurkey relict of the late Joseph S. P.urKey, of Carroll towu ship. died at the home or her son Aiiffiis tin Rurkey, in Patton, on Sunday, Feb . . . ... . . 'i-1, .. ...i ruary -i. i"J. eu .-.ei. a . . u j. vas the mother of Mr. Jact.bS. Rurkey, of this place. Trial I.iat fo r . M a rr Ii ( onrl. The follow ing cases are down for trial at March term of court on the day and date mentioned: FORTKIAI.. MiiXD.tr. MA licit 1T. Commonwealth vs. Mike Rapair, as sault and battery, surety; prosecutor, Mike Iori;s. David .1. Davis. asauH and battery, surely; Maggie Davis. Mary Hinkledire, aggravated assault and battery, surety; Archev Jones. Linn Primer, fornication and bastardy; Antonio Reppneg. John Feathers, fornication and bastardy; Lizzie Moore. Joseph Javis, fornication and bastardy; Mary Hartnett. tJeorge Liviugstone. fornication and bastardy; Harriet Fishel. J. II. Scrudder. fornication and bastar by; Susan M. Kimball. John Thomstatier, fornication and has lardy; Frances Hipp. John Thomstatter, rape; Francis Hipp. John Rtillia, tape; Susanna Varvek. Harry Hamilton, assault and battery; Martha J. Myers. Thomas Stophel, fraudulent collusion: (J. W. Mapledoian. Thomas M. Royer, fornication and bas tardy, Florence Thomas. Crant Haum, fornication and bastardy; Dollie I'oring. Fl'lt TlilAI., TI KSKAY, MAIM II '.I. Commonwealth vs. John Nagle et al., nuisance; prosecutor, Anselm Weaklaud. W. S. Confer, illegal liquor selling; tieo. W. Helsel. Patrick Cronan, illegal liquor selling; Andrew Keith. William Rutter. assault and battery; Adam Nitsch. Austin Rueter, assault and battery, mayhem; Adam Nitsch. Joseph Rutter, felonious assault and battery; Adam Nitsch. Adam Nitsch, aggravated assault and battery, mayhem; Austin Rutter. Richard Cobaugh, embezzlement, lar ceny; C K. Soecht. Richard Cobaugh, forgery by bailee: defraudi.-ig; Peter C. E. Soecht. Sanford P. Church Seymour. KOI! Till A I., WKllXKSIItY, MAIUII .THt. Commonwealth vs. Andrew Keith. felonious assault and battery; prosecutor. Joseph Ramer. (ieorge M angus. larceny and receiving: Ueorge Mazer. Nettie Dove, assault anr battery; Mag gie Thomas. Harry White et al., larcepy and receiv ing: Dixon Tomb. Ed. E. Levergood el al., assault and bat tery ; Peter J. 1- allon. (.Jeorge W. Shi tiler, larceny and receiv ing; F. J. Malloy. William Kepple, larceny and receiving: Henry Yarner. William Morris, felonious assault; J. F. Hal breath. William Morri carrying concealed weapons; ,i. t . Oallircalli. Daniel Wilson, larceny and receiy ing: W. H. Miller. W. A. Long et al.. larceny by bail. oh n E. Fislr r. William I'atteison. assault and battel y: Harry Raker. Flit: TKIAI.. Till I KSDAV, M A Hi II lTll. Common w e ilt h vs. A nnie I aw son, illegal liquor selling; prjsecutor. Sylvester Cost low. Thomas Yonker. assault and battery and felonious assault ; Frank Moore. Joseph NetT, larceny and receiving; Peter (iiiigue. Steve Kopsha, lobbery: C. Ritenherg. RIair Learner, assault and battery with intent to rape; Rcrlha I ressly. Orwin Davis, malicious mischief: E.J. Dnnlay. Ann Louther. receiving stolen goods; W. H. St uver. Margaret Pedeu. nuisance, vicious dog; Chal Miller. Caspi r Stephany, aggravated assault and battery: O.ven McCue. KiiK TKIAI.. Fltll'AV. MAKI II .".1 11. Commonwealth vs. Pierce Lacy, assault. surety; prosecutor. C 1-. O Douuell. Thomas Mctiilleu. felonious assault and battery: C. F. O Donuell. Tliom as Mctiillen, malicious mischief. suiety; C r.O Donnelf. F. S. M aloy, ex tort ion: Annie I law son. 1-'. S. Maloy, perjury.. Martha Reynolds. Marllia Reynolds, perjury; F. S. Maloy. KK TIM Al.. MONDAY, MAIM II "H. Commonwealth vs. William Swan et al.. urely; prosecutor, Frank Trexler. Harry Raker, suiety. Joseph Iseuberg. tleorgc. W ise, surety; Joseph Schneider. Ludw ig Newiiouse, uoii-support, Fred- ei ika New hou-e. J.iseph Karn.oush, murder; Adam Smith. Wrrrk fr Itie llrpol. On Monday morning as the Hastings train from Cresson, w h: -h is due here at lo-.o.".. was w ithin three hundred yards of the depot it suddenly left the main track ana Iook to I lie siuing inai i uus iiiiunn (Jrillith's lumberyard. On the siding w ithin a couple of rods of the switch stood four freight cars, three of of them loaded with lumber and the other one with hemlock bark. On one of the lumber cars were Elijah Maliau. George M akin and a young man named Good, who were unloading lumber. 1 he Hastings train was running at a rate of about :tf) miles an hour and it was but a moment, too short a time for the engineer to stop or reverse hisengine, until it struck the bark car with a crash that could lie heard for several squares, and w ith an im petus that sent the lirst lumber car several rods, only stopping when it crashed into a shed in the rear of Webster Griffith's saw mill. The front end of the engine, after the shock, presented a dilapidated appearance, with its cow catcher broken and twisted and the whole ft out caved in. On the en gine were Engineer Harry Hibbs. who es caped any serious injury, and Freman W. P. Shiver, of Monster, who was badly hurt alMiut the head by being thrown against the boiler, and will in all probability lose the sight of liis left eye. He was taken to the Mountain House where Dr. Jones dressed his injuries and in ttie afternoon was taken to the Altoona hospital. John toreman, a mail agent of t reson. was slightly hurt about t lie head and body; Michael Myers, oi liuy, a passenger, was hurt about the head; S. C. C hild. of Har rishurg, a passenger, had his eye hurt and a scalp wound, and 1 homas Rarnes. the weli-known coal operator of Philipsburg. had a cut on his chin. A number of others were baJly shaken up and bruised but none seriously. One passenger, whose whose name we failed to learn, who was sitting next to the closet, was thrown with such force that bis head bursted a panel thronch. He had on a stiff hat and it is siioi.osed that it saved him as he w as not seriously hurt. Malian, Makin and Good, who were working on the lumber cars, were thrown down but escaped injury. The accident was caused by an open switch, but w hether left open by an em tiloye of the road or by some one tamper ing with it has not yet been dee!oped An investigation will le made by the com panv and the responsibility for the acci dent placed placed. Since the above was in type we leirn that on Wednesday Rrakeman Josepl; Piper and Conductor Janies Rush, or this place, were indefinitely suspended by the tailroad company. Rrakeman Piper is said to have thoughtlessly left the switch open after a car was dropped In. ('mm n titration. Ebensburg, l'a.f February 22, IS'.C Ml:. Editor: It is an old and conceded fact that every community IsaMicted with a cronie crank, or a cronic growler, or a cronic liar or some one who is continually stirring up some strife, or causing enmity betweeu neighbors and many other evils too numerous to mention. Now it seems Ebensburg is not an exception to this af fliction. I notice by a communication published in the Fhkkman" signed "Citi zen," on February l.th, that we have a person in our midst whocan fill this hill of atlliction on the citizens of Ebensburg to perfection in every particular. He lirst starts out and cleanses himself in an imaginary sewer which lie opposes the construction of at the taxpayers' ex pense because he happens to live in a part of I lie town where he would not be the only one to receive all the benefit of it ns-. yet this citizen evidently favors the bo rou nh council expending $1.4Kt per year of the taxpayers" money for electric light that lights our stieets only a small portion of the time except on moonlight nights and after midnight when every body is or shou!d lie in bed. After writing on the subject enough as he thinks, to elect his candidate for town counc il, (and who for other causes was elected ) he concludes to concoct something to elect his school di rector, so he scoops down on the scoool directors and the public school building which was erected three years ago. He calls it a monument although not a last ing one to the directors who had it built. He has the audacity to assert that the north wall is giving away and the building is or soon will tie unsate lor use. .o I pre nice this, and so will any one with half an eye, to be an absolute and a ma licious falsehood. Now 1 happened to be one of the six directors at the time our public School building was erected three years ago, and I spent more lime in watch ing its construction than all the other di rectors put toget her. And 1 admit that there w.re some tilings about the building that I thought were not as substantial, or done in as a mechanicial like manner as thev should be, and 1 frequently called the attention of the contractor and some of the other directors to it, until liuallv I got very impudently snubbed by one of them. Witti this and receiving ho co-operation from the other directors. 1 got disgusted and concluded I would not remain on the board and have any hand in taking the job ofT the contractors hands. I therefore re signed my ollice as diieclor before the building was fully completed, as I was virtually only a blank on the board. Rut I never uttered one word of complaint un til this citizen's falsehood appeared in the Fi;kkm a N. I opposed at lirst the employ ment of the architect on a.'count of his be ing quite a young man and was not a prac tical mechanic. Therefore, I thought he was not capable of making the proper specification and superintending the erec tion of a building of this kind, of which I was further convinced as the work pro gressed. Rut afler all, w here will you lind a large building or any other large structure that there will not be some little details that are not as substantial and mechanical-like as it should he. Take for instance, our government buildings in Chi cago and other places. City Hall, in Phila delphia. State House. Albar.y, N. Y., and many other large buildings that cost many millions of dollars, that have been planed and creeled by the greatest architects and men of most experience and best judgment the country can produce and yet in a short time they w ill show signs of giving aw -ay and in some instances had to be abandon ed. The causes of which were iinforseeu and consequently were not guarded against, yet there are cranks w ho w ill stand up and say. "I told you o." P.ul his "citizen s Islselnxnis Jul not accompllsii Ills nesire in eiecin.g nis cnoice for director, although had lie been a calldi date on the Republican ticket, I would surely have voted for him but as it was they could not ai!l I pre-iime did not ex pcet me to do so. Ttiey are both men w hi.se honor, integrity and character are above lenroaeh. Thev are an honor and a light to Ebensburg and are men who would not onlv refuse 'o sanction but would scorn an act like this citizen's communi cation lo secure votes for their election Therefore it is evident he resorted to thi: means for his own interest on one hand and prejudice on the other. These are of- fi. es thai no one need a-pire to further than a willingness to lend a he'ping hand and bear their share of the burdens i.i the management of t he affairs of our Imroiigh and public schools. This citizen's injiiii ous communication has caused several parents to keep their children from their needed schooling through a tear oi Ills so called death trap without tirst investiga ting the trutiifu.iiess or falsity of his as sertion. It is common in most targe buildings for t lie plastering crack some in some of the corners t hrough shrinkage of plastering and heavy joice, especially w hen placed in position, green from the mill as many were in our building. Aim our ouiuiing was lastered with ctnent plastering which as not the elasticity and suppleness that lime inorter lias, yet is extensively used. Rut our school building is standing as afe and Solid as any building in the coun ty as an honor to the taxpayers of Lben burg school district, the foundation jr any of the walls not showing the least signs of iny giving awav or falling down. This citizen evidently knew Ids asser tions, published on i ne eve oi i ne en i ion ... . , . i . r . i ..I , : . were false, as lie was ashamed to sign his 'nature to his communication but might more appropriately nave mncu u . . i .. ; 1 : . Smile in the f.'rii. ."' Rut our publir chool building w ill stand as solid as the p. irk ot Gibraltar, as a monument to the falsehood ot this citizen long after he is in the grave. Mr. Editor. I have lengthened this com munication out much longer than I intend ed, but I cannot lind a stopping place, but allow me yet losay that our public school building was erected at a cost to the tax payers of from five to ten thousand dollars les than some other similar buildings I have visited, tiiat were no larger and ap parently no betterconstructed and no more exnense to the contractor (but w as to the taxpayers) than ours. Citizen savs we gave the building to a favorite contractor w lien the ract is we gave the contract to the one whose bid was the only one that comtt within t lie limit ot . i . i... a- r means lo ereci. i uiinst- ua.i - given the contract to one of the otiier bid ders. then this cronic growler would have set up a howl because, we gave two or three thousand dollars more to a favorite con tractor than the lowest, bidder, but as this seems to the naturo of this -rank he w ill not be held responsible for it. G. IllNTI.KY MarrlKC a.teeae. The follow ing marriage licenses were is sued by the Clerk of the Orphans' Court for the week ending Thursday. Febru ary 27, ls-.C: Peter O'llrien. Dunlo, and Mary E. Lloyd, Osceola. Thmas Conrad, Ashville, and Sarah Lve, Wildw-ootl. Henry Urifh'ih, Pine townsliip. Indiana county, and Ada Kinter, P.arr township. James P. L. Mcliivern and Marv Edith HotTman. Johnstown. Kalph IlicharJsoii and Zella l'.erkebile. Koan. Dunlo. Mary Papez, Tortage. Hiciiard Wiikins, Johnstown, and Em ma Hess, Coopt rsdale. Morgan Harvey and Mary Hunter, Oal litzin. Man ford Horner, Adams township, and Minuie Crist, Somerset county. MlB4-vllaBeBi Helices. OK SALE OK KENT. The Central Hotel. t Lore t to. I'nmbria count. Pa. Kary terms. AldrtM MKS. IXLA B. MrtHlMALb. Jany. 8 tl. TAN FED A iteneral representative In this county to orxanise lucai ooarai lor ids Annans Savinm and Lo.Q Association. Ad dress vi Kltth Are., riusourg. Pa. mchifii "T ANTEl A reliable man to represent a loan IT inilituilon lo Cambria county Money luaued In sums ot tluO to (lu.uou. t or particulars apply to W. M. DAVIS, Ccalport, Pa. mcb'jwtl. 'I'HL Ebensbunr BuiMlns; Loan Association X will otter tor sale at tbe Key Bulldinic, r.b- ensburic, on the fourth Monday In Marcn, fz.uuu.uo. THUS. DAVIS, Lkhtkr I.4K1MKR, Secretary. President. JAD1ES and icentlemen's mil, musical In j strumenis el all kinds, revlnic machines, vehicles, dress voods. etc.. etc.. at manufactarer's prices. School and Sunday school libraries and MaD.iaid sets ot books l.y the world's best autb ora at leu than rod ol printiOK. T. W. L.KT1S. represents manulacturers. Jr'tlt. ItfXt. AT THE OLD RELIABLE. Evervbo.lT. and esicially the oyster-lorinv lieoi.le ol r.bensuuric. are mriiw u can u noi.u SlcHreeo's Old Keilable Kuslaurant. wben they wnt Kood, iresh Oysters, by the pint, quart or gallon. Or you can have them Stewed or Pried, all a the lowest price. Fresh Oysters ery day. ocilltl JDS. HOBNE & CO. DRESS GOODS AND SILKS. In both these lines we claim the leader- hio of this end of the state and we take second place to no establishment in this country in assortments and clioiceness of tyles. Claims are easy lo make and we do something more than makeclaims. We demonstiate that truth. You will need either Dress (ioods or Silks, or both, this Spring. lu justice to yourself, send for our samples and prices before you buy. If it is an inexpensive but reliable fabric you are seeking send for samples of the tine dependable sti icily all-wool goods we are are selling at -5 cents, 3.r cents and 50 cents a yard. All the new styles oi tue Spring. If you wish to pay as high stl.sa yard we can give you as wide a cnoice at tnai ... . price as any store in tins country. te an particularly recommend the "LANS- DoWN Ks"' a famous mixture of silk and wool which is the silkiest and softest of all the combinations. In Silks our line is complete in spring goods at prices from cuts up. In the Wash Fabrics we have beautiful designs in Dimities and Uaptistes al s cents a yard, and the imported goods in Organdies, Dimities aud Embroidered Lin ens at cents a yaru. Whatever you wish, send to ns for sam ples of it; it cots you nothing but a stamp. PENN AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET, PITTSBURG. LEGAL NOTICE. In tl.e I'turt ol t'ommon Pleas ol Cambria county. Notice is herei'y iriveii to trie creuuors oi An drew Kouenn.ne ..I the following order and de cree uiii-'e aod entered by Ha 1.1 Court: And now. to wit. January IS. isw,, the with In netitlun read and It Is ordered and decreed that the sberitl kite notice by advertisement in two newspapers published w.tlun the county lor three consecutive weeks notilyibg the credi- ilors Andrew 1-x-keuroUe that an application would be uiHde at tne 4'ourt ol t'oramon Pleas to l e held on tbe ttrst Monday ol A. arch. 1'.'7. at lu o'clock, a. lor an order and decree autliurii nil, emtM.werlng and directing Adam Si-hettut. tie above named -elitlnrr. to recon vey to the said SM.lKi.or. Andrew Eekenrode. his heirs and isrixna. all the pr.i.-rty. emale and ettects belonging to tbe asa'icne.1 e4tate In the m s.esMon or control ol the petitioner, at which time hual decree, unlei-s some valid kr.uti.l be presented lor the refusal thereof. will te made, autnonxing. emKjwerini mu n- reciinK the petitioner to execute and dellter to the si.l Andrew Ic-keorode, as s ucnur as aloreal l a deed c.nvevlu lo him. bl heirs and asucn. aii the property, estate and enects a itioresaiii. ana inai loe sain pen tloner shall then I released and ductmrued In. in all lunher liability lor and on accjunl ol the arsiaumcnl to him u aforesaid. ) Ieal. 1 BY THK t'tlVKT." ' In ii.rnuiiM ol the direction eon la I no. I In the atxive order ol tVurt. notice is bere'.y Klren to the creditors ol M Andrew tnentuie. mat .n ttilh-:tilon iil l e u.ade to ald ourt on the tirn Monday ol Match at lu o'clock. . M . lor a tinal decree authorlainu. empowering; ani .urnci int A .In m Sohettln. M.-iunee ol atd Andrew Jcaenio.1- to convry all the i roperty ana en cui reuiaininK unfold or in UI.' potesion auu con trol to bin raid arMicnor, I W. (1 U hltK, Sheritl's ilire. Feh. 12. IsnT.t ShtrlO ASSIGNEE S NOTICE. Notice If herehy ilventhat P. K. Kirby.et m . fly deen ol voluntary H)inniriii dated January lK.'T. and ol record In amt.rla cunty. In lieed Hook Volume II 9. patte 18b. conveyed to the un- derriicn. l as in nee all their preperty In trutt tor the I enehl ol the creditors ol p. it. Klrny. All perrons owinic raid ertate will pleae make Im mediate pavmeni, anu mote nav.nic claims or demands aieainrt the fame will pree-it them properly authenticated lor settlement. AsfljrneeolP K. Kirt-y etux. Kbenshnrit. Pa.. February 4ih. 1M7. VI 61. ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. Notice Is hereby ulven that Henry Aeer et nx.. tv ded o( voluetary mfirnimrnt dated February Ti. ISfT. arslitned and transferred to the under signed Hi I bis property, real and personal. In trust lor the l.enetlt ol creditors. All persons owihK sid estate will pleare make payment. and ttiose having claim, or demands aKalnst the sauce will present them properly authenticated tor scitlcment. HENKY Knl Mr.N At Kt-li. Assianee ol Henry, etux Nlcktown. Pa., February ii. Isy7. a 6t. " EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Notice Is hereby ulven that the Register ol Wills In ami lr lambria countv has uranted letteis tesramentarv on the estate ol (teorite Ko.'slein. late ot Lrfrett borouvb. i'ambria countv. I a.,eceaed. to the nndersiicneii. All persons oalng sid estate will please make Im mediate payment, and those n avlnic claims or demands aKinst the same will present them proptr.y authenticated lor settlement. I, V.. I.i & .lll'l Executor of the Last Will and Testtment ol Oeorne Hoi-siem. deceased. Lrfi'etto. Pa . February 312. itw. o a. EXECUTOR S NOTICE. Notice Is hereby Kiven that letters testament ary in tne estate 01 iianiei j.umiu, r.. iaia 01 Cnrroll tcwushlp. have been (fronted to the un dersiuned by tbe Keicister of Wll.s In and lor Cambria county. All persons owinit said estate will please make immrdirte payment. and those havinit claims or demands aminst the same will present tbem properly authenticated lor settle ment. HANI EL BUCK. Kxecutor ol tie last will and testament Ot 1 Hi met Itumm , Sr.. deceased. IreUO, Ph., Feb 4th, I8W7. 12 01. FOR SALE CHEAP. A 2-seat Surrey (1 jump seat) not much used, will sell very cheap for cash or nice produce I at WESTON'S STOKE, Galht zin, Pa. Feb. 1 4', WANTED SALESMEN, We vaot one or two men in each ikiuntr to take orders and are wllllrr to pay well aaree. to KtPLACb I KtK for urery Stock, tor kooJ wurl. we anything that dies lrui natural eiam. We also have choice line ol SEtl POTA TOKS. U1VKIS ATKIAh. THE HAW KS M KSt KY IHIMPANY. KUCUOrCK, N. Aur. V8 Vfl 4m. tatai Fire Insurance Apcj T. W. DICK, General Insurance Agent. EBEXSBURGt FA. STOVES, ARIIMD1IJILTUMA1L IMPILEMEWTS Tread Powers, Threshers and Separators, Iron and Wood Pumps ' Fence Wire, Etc., Etc., ' EBENSBURG, .... PENN A. OILS! OILS ! The Atlantic Refining Co., of Pittsburg, Pa., make a specialty of manufacturing for the domes tic trade the finest brands of Illuminating and Lubricating Naphtha and Gasoline Oils. That can be M&DE FBOlil PETROLEUM. We challenge comparison with every known product of petrol eum. If you wish the Most : Uiiiroriiily : SatMactory : Oils in the market ask for ours. ATLANTIC REFINING CO., PITISBUKO I) KPT.. P1TTSBUKO, PA oetlg.Mly. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Schedule In edect November 10. lfiBA. ('OBnecllonaail 'reaaao. KA9T. Seashore Exprens, week d-ys . 6 Sn a m A I toon Accommodation, week day V il a m Mam Line Kxpreas. dally... lo aw a m Altoona Accuin.. week days 1 l p m HarrlMt.uix Accommodation. Sundays only . Mall Express, daily..... ...... Philadelphia Express, dally.... 1 07 p ns 3 17pm 8 11 p m WEST. .lohnstown Accommodation, week day . 14 a m Pacinc Expre, daily.......... I.Vtm Way Pasemcer. daily....... ..... 2 o p ne Mail Train, daily S p m Plttsbunr Express, dally..... 3 & p m Past L.lne. daily IWp.a Johnstown Accommodation, week days lUpn Ftnta rn frstwcli. TBilSH ARRITK. Krnm Hastlnirs and the North . Kpttn "re."?in. ...... From Vintondale .... ...... From t 'rrSMHi , . . From 'reason From Vintondale From Ores.on. T 34 a m . lu a m X p m ! m & bt p m "'.Hum v lu p m TRaimh liiti. For t'resson 7 3 a m for Hatins and the North ....lu us a m For V intondale... . 1" 11 a m For 'reson ..... .. t 3i i is or Vintondale t (C p m For Hastinics and the north ".W i m For Cresson...... .., , ? '0 p m I rmea sad leartleld Lare Irvoiia at .4& a. m.anj 1 JJ p. m. arrlT. Ina- at Cresson at 8 04 a. m. and 3 'i p.m. lave Cresson tt 3d a. m. and 5. .'to p.m., arrlvlnK at lr von a at I.4U a m. and 6.50 p. m. For rates, aiaps. etc . call on avent or address THot. F.. Watt, P. A. W. 1.. Sou Filth Ave., Pittsburg. Pa. J. B. Ht'lCHI.NSilN, J.K. WM(I. General Manager. (teneral Manager. HAVE YOU HEAD THE I'll 1 1. A l KI.I' II I A Times THIS MOUSING! THE TIMES is the most extensively cir culated and widely read newspaper published in lViuiyj-ivania. Its discus sion of putilie men and public measure is in the interest of public integrity honest government and prosperous in dustry, and it knows no party or per sonal allejrtence in treating public is sues. In tbe broadest, and liest sense a family and general newspaper. THE TIMES aims to have the largest cir culation by. deserving it. and claims that it is unsurpassed in ail the essen tials of a great metropolitan newspa per. .Specimen copies of any edition will be sent free to any one sending their address. TERMS. Daily. n.m per annum: fl.no for four months; :to cents per month; delivered by carriers for six cents per week. SrMA Y ElonoN, 3-' large, handsome pages columns, elegant ly illustrated, beautiful cl lured sup plement, f J.isi per annum: a cents per copy. Daily aud Sunday. f.Voo per an num; .Mi cents per month. Address all letters to THE TIMES, Philadelphia. 1HE KEELEY CURE Is a spec. al lvm to business men who, havim; drill. -1 iiiiconx'inusly iuin the .Irink habit and awaken to tin.l the lisea.-.-.f alcoholism fastened upn them, remicrim; theiu until to manure af fairs reioiiring a clear brain. A four weeki course of Ircatuient at the PITTSBL'Ra KEELEV INSTITUTE. Xo. 4246 Fifth Avenue, restore to them all their powers, meatal and physical, destroys the abnormal appetite, and restores them to the condition they were in lie fore they indulge I in Btimnlanta. Th is has been .lone n more than lrtno oases treatel here, and :im nii; them some of yfur own iieiKhliors. to whom we can refer with confidence as l. the absolute safety and efticiencv of the Ke-ley "ure. The fiillesi and most M-ar. hinir investieatioii is n vited. ieud for pamiuit:t giving fu iulorma ion. SDK M. pdcam'raimCATARRH Is MM-Jcy nftjwi ari. 0vtMMea th Jiaaal fnmnngrm, A Uuf i'aiM Hd intuMmnfioN, MimlM the Mvrra. rrnirrl the JTraitraa' Vwf A dritiioMal (loM. grmr iff Tnt It Will Cure COLD 'N HEAD A particle Is applied Into eacn n.Mtrei and is aicreeaMe Price 60 cents at uru-tii.is or oy man fcl.Y BKOTHbKS, 60 Warren Street. New York. B.to.M.ly Mountain House Shaving Parlor, Hail Street, Hear Post Office .The underslitned desires to Inform tbe pon tic that ho has otned a shavlna par'or on t entre etreet. near the post offlco wbero barftorina: In all Its brancbos will be carried on In tbo fntare. Everythinif neai anc cieau. Your patronae soliettd. k . a. m r.rjr. aaaatf Y bim DEALER IN RANGES, Mooflhig and Spoutin CARL MVINIXJS, PRACTICAL W&TCHiVmKEH $ 4EWEtEB, AND DEALER IN We Call Your ATTENT to the Prices of the flood Muslin, 4 cents, (iood tiingham. 4 cents. Cood Prints. 4 cents. Flannel Skirts. :ts cent up. Childien's Dr- .'IT. cents up. Ladies Shirt Vait. :'. for cent. Heavy lind Kid (iloves. .Vtcetits. H. -avv lined ilovs, fi cents. Ladies tiHJ Itlack Wool Ho-e, cents. Tatile Oivers. cents. White Spreads. cents. Lace Curtains. p-r pair. 4l cetit up. : Chi!dru"s Wool Hose. 5 cents. Children's Handkerchiefs. 1- for 0.1 cents. Machine Cotton. Jsi yds.. 2 for .". cents. Linen Torchon Lace. 12 yards for cents. I. lack all-wool Henrietta, 44 in.. 37 cents. A 11-wool Cloth. r Inches w ide. 4. cents. New Silk and Wool Plaids, .vi cents. Double" width Plaids, s cents. Wide l'.lack Figured Lus'.er, reduced to 50 cent. Ladits Outing Skirts, 23 cents. We are also opening up a line of New SpriDg Dress Goods which we should like you to examine. - We are agents for the sale of the Butterick's Patterns and Pub lications. Patterns kept in stock. We still "have a few desiraMe Wraps and Coats left, which will be sold at a sacrifice. REDUCTION SALE ! For the next 30 days we will sell any of our Winter Suits, Over coats, Underwear and all winter goods at Greatly Reduced Prices. We must make room for Spring Goods, and to do so have have 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 Shoes in Northern Cambria and some of them have been reduced to less than cost of manufacture. Gall soon and get a bargain. C.A. Sharbaugh, CARR0LLT0WN, PA. est test: la tillits Latest ani BRIOUK WORH. ADVERTISING VT A Tx TCR BUSINESS. nmrMApcQ JEWELRV. SILVERWARE, f IHDSICAL IKSTRDHENTS J -AID- X 0PTICALG0ODS. I SOLE AGEXT RiRtiie WATCHES. f ColumMa and Fi etlonia Watclies 5 J In Key and Stm Winder. J lari;e selection of all! t h-IA!,s "K JEWELRY AL- X J WAYS OX HANI). :t?TMy lineof Jewehy i onsur-i pa-l. Com and se fur your- X elf before ptirt hasinit Hevhr X ai? All work euaraiit-ed. J CAE EIYIKIDsI Following Goods: Heavy all-linen Towels, 2H3-j io., 12 ent. t... i Towels. 4 f..r 2". cent. hiidren"? Caaiel's Hair Vet up. iood light Shirting. 4 t ent-.. 'ih.h1 Dark t luting, r. cents. S r'.m. 4 cents up. ceota h;r "jualiiy id.- Pen ale. ; cents. Harred Nainsook. cents. tioKl Yarn, per Lank, T. cent. Extract r.uttemllk Soap. 3 cakes for 10 cents. LaJies" Mu.liu Drawers, l'.t cents. Shir's. 25 cent. " " (iosiis. 47 centJ up. 15'ack Seamless Hose, 3 pairs for 25 cents. Extra Heavy Seamless lluc 2 pairs for 25 cents. Ladies" Fascinator. Itlceut. .'i'.t-inch Henrietta, ail colors, 20 cents. Tl. JONES, EBENSBURG, PA. Most ImproTEil Mettods. T-th extr-.u-t-il without pain Iy usintr Irof. May's K. B. Ar-titn-ial 'I'wlli without -lat just like tht ruitural ttvth. I extnu-t tH.th, n-pair tin-in aii.l r-j.atv them in tluir natuml jtitiua. First -flitss work done at the ui.r4 rva.-aalle rattsi. AaTAU work wamniteii. Terrm Clu Otiice on Main Street, two ilooi-s north of M. K. Churvh. DR. A. I.AINO, GALLTTZIN' PA.