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The Lock Haven Express says a rich eold vein has been discovered within nine miles of Lock Haven, and that samples of the ore have been sent te Washington to he tested. An old Indian is said to hava revealed the secret of where the gold could be found. William H. Turman. a miner employed at Iry Hollow, lluntinudon county, was maimed tor life their during the wind and hail storm which passee oyer that section on Saturday afternoon. He had sought -.belter under a freight car standing on the railway siding, and, while under the car. an engine was coupled lo it and started to haul it away. Turman was horrified to lind the car moving, and was momentary daed before he mitle a break for safety. II.! succeeded in getting his body clear of the track, bin the wheels caught his right leg and almost ground it off at the knee. The injured member had to be amputated. He was taken to the Alloona hospital. The Anna Fenn-Karnes vs. Alex. Hlack et al. ejectment case before Judge P.arker, which commenced on Thursday morning of last week, was concl-nled on Monday night by the jurv bringing in a verdict for the defendants. The parties are from Johnstown. The plaintiff in lS'.M was a widow, Mrs. Anna Fenn. about :t5 yeais of age, and the defeudant. Charles Haines, a widower aged about 7." years. They were married on the Jf.lh of Septem ber, of the same year, and on tne 17th of November. Mr. lUrnes conveyed a valu a.l" properlv on Main street. Johnstown, to hi ; w ife. On the L'ith of November. Mr. P.arnes left his wife and has not lived with hei since. Mr. l'.arnes' interest in the property was sold at sheiitT s sale on judu ments obtained against him by relatives, after the separation of himself and wife, and the suit was for the possession of the property. Krai tntmtf 1 raiialrra. D. A. Shrader et ux. lo William J. K nut.. Dale, consideration, tl. I'Hlrii k ISolland et ux. lo John Stewart. Summit ville. tl. Knoch Hand el ux. to Thomas H. Wicks, Oroy li t:W. Cambria Iron company to Fdwin S. ;reer, Westmont. C. A. Michaels et ux. lo Flizalieth Reese. Kbelisburg, Jrj.". John C. Hildebiaud et ux. to Li.ie Mc Cutcheon. Haisvlow'ii, J,-iio. Malinda Smith to Ceorge W. Smith et al , Johnstown, tl . Neal McKay to George McKay. Cambria Kmma R. Karlinsey et vir to Frank Long, Karr, jftV . John Ashcr.ift et ux. et al. to John Hogue, Cre-son township. tl't. Henry T. Sutton et u. to John Sutton, el al.. Clearlrelil. t:?:.. Kliabelli Wendell et vir to Eph. L. Wendell, Johll-low li. $1. (Jeorge Shaffer to Knianuel Reighard. Fast Taylor, S.Yiii. Harry J. Itrown to Elia Jane Wenlz. Portage tow nshii. f 1T.". Mary Ann Orner et al. to Henry K. ()r ner. West Taylor f:.l. Administrator of Kllen Mcto-e to Penn Trallir company. Limited, Johnstown. $-!; John-town Pa-senger Railway company to Cambria Iron company, Johnstown, .-.. Fran-is Itevlin to Cambria Iron i-uni-jiauv, .1 ohiistow ii. fsiiii. Pennsylvania Railroad company to Cambria Iron company. Johnstown, tl. Alexander Riddle et al.. trustees, to Pennsylvania Railroad company, Johns town, tl. Pennsylvania Railroad company to Cambria I run company , Julius tow n, tl . Cambria Iron company to Pennsylvania Railroad company, Johnstown, tl. Assignee of I). (J. Myers et ux. to (. J. Myers, A-hvill.-. tlm. lieorgt J. Myers, et ux. to Kmma Feigh. Ashville, tHHI. .Ii.-hiia KaiitTnian et ux. to Stephen K'aiitTinai), South Fork, tl. Samuel Harrison et ux. to John A. Wert., Stonycreek, tl7r. Francis Walkins to K. 8. (iramling, Croy le, T.". Frederick Hofecker el ux. to John Pfeil, Richland, :. Iinniiiirr Esrn rttlontv. That the public have come to recognize tin- fact that the best and most convenient method of pleasure travel is that presented tiy the Peiinsy 1 vauia Railroad company's iiersonall v-conduclcd tours, is evidenced by the increa-ing popularity of these tours. I nder this system the lowest rates are obtained, for both transportation and hotel ai-ciiinmodatioii. An experienct-J tourist agent ami chaperon accompany each tour to look after the comfort of the passenger. The following tours have been arranged for the sea-on of ls'.C: To the north (including Watkins (Hen, Niagara Falls, Thousand Islands, Mout- r..al ln.-l,w An Sable Cha-ill. Likes , - --- Champlain and (leorge, Saratoga, and a day light ride down through the highlands ot the II udson.l J uly -'Tib and August 17th. Rale. tl' for the round trip iroui ew V.uk. Philadelphia. lUlliinoiH and Wash ington, covering all expenses of a two week's trip. Proportionate rates from points. 'P.. Vi.iinttii.no I'm.-U- on st snecial tram of Pullman sleeping, compartment and ob servation cars and dining car. allowed eight days in 'Wonderland," Septeinlier :.'d. Rate. t.'.::. from New York, Philadel phia. Hakimoreand Wa-hingion; t .'.'M from Pitt-burg. 'r.-... ti,.,l:iv tours to (tettvslnirg. Luray Caverrs, Natural P.ridge, Virginia Hot Springs, Richmond and a-hinglon. Sep tember -sth and October l-'tn. Kate, o.i from Philadelphia. Proportionate rates from other points. If all Mm at Tyrone An unprecedented rain, hail and thunder ..r... i. it ...1 over Tvroi.o ami vicinity " I almvt three o'clock tin Saturday afternoon. lastinii alxtut fifteen minutes. Hailstones, some of them as large as walnuts, covered the streets like the ice and snow ot a timer's storm. Trees were stripped of their fruit and blown down ai.d the gar dens completely ruined. I hoiisjniis oi window pane were broken on the exposed side of tl.e houses. There has been much .1 im.- .lone to property by the Hoods of water which swept through them. A barn near Tyrone belonging lo II. Sprankle was blow n down. The Morni passed through Sinking Valley, dealing total destruction to crops and Iruit. No loss of life was re ported. Keiliieett Kate lo Hma rrflwo. The Pennsylvania Railroad company announces that, for th Christian Kndeiv or convention to lie held in San Francisco July 7ti, to l-Jth, it will sell special tickets from all points or. its system at greatly re duced rates. These tichets will be sold June -7111 to July -M. and will permit of stopover at Denver and all points West. Returning, passengers must reach original starling point not later than August 17th. ls;i7. For specific rates, conditions and full in formation apply to nearest ticket agent. Hrilnrrtl Kale for ll" Fourth. The Pennsylvania railroad company an n Oinces that for the benefit of persons de siring to take advantage of the national holiday on the Fourth of Julv. it will sell excur-ion tickets between all stations on its line east of and including PiUsbur-.' and Erie-except that tickets will not be sold to or from points or east of Philadelphia nor to and from points north or tl.e line Harri-burg to Erie. These tickets will be sold and will be good going on July 2. 3, 4 and 5. and will be good to return until July C. ls'J", iuclusiye. rommnnlrillOH. Carrolltown, Pa., June 22, 1397. En. Fiikkman: Presuming that your many readers would not be averse to learn that the "advance agent of prosperity" has not struck this town yet. and that the stream? of promised plenty nor ths Repub lican cornucopia has not as yet material ized. Instead we hear nothing but omin ous mutterings from the people In the shape of threats and curses against the policy of the ruling and dominant party. We are awaiting the day when McKin ley will "smite the rock of the national re sources and cause streams of revenue to gush forth" and relieve the hardships un der which we now suffer and give us the "almighty dollar." thai great object of universal devotion throughout the land in free circulation once more, as it was when we had the good old days of Democracy and less tariff tinkering. In these degen erate days of a degenerate political econ omy, we cannot expect w hat we were wont to call good times, i. e.. an untrammelled freedom to trade and barter among one one aiuther without being tied as it were, with taxes and trusts, to lace us at every turn and point in business. If it were not for fear of being overwhelmed by such powers business would be better, even in this almost insignificant town of Car rolltown. In small communities like this we cannot even make our own flour any more for the reason the great wheat corn ers and grain trusts generally have de stroyed the former freedom of our farmers. It is a fact that in the rural districts the strain of the great monopolies is now be ing felt and the people are just beginning to realize and further have began to un derstand the reason for it. The advance agent has sent out his courier before hini who has set the people to thinking what is the cause of his tarrying so long on his way, ami have found out that his advent is yet a long w ay off, as the machine Is out of gear and the wheels need oil instead of being moistened with the tears of an abused and dowu trodden people whose groans and lamentations are drowned by the over whelming cry of the Republican bosses of, "Wait until the tariff bill passes." "Wait!" Yes we must wait, and in pati ence, or else let loose the pent up multi tude who are now ready to follow a leader ami raise such a revolution in this fair re public of ours that we shudder to contem plate it. The Republican parlv must know that there is a limit at whict forebearance ceases to be a viitue. And the senate must lake into consideration in their tariff wrangling-, that, in the language of Ed mond Ilurke. "All government, indeed every human benefit and enjoyment, every virtue and every prudent act, is founded on compromise and barter." (Knl'S. In this vicinity on account of the cold season all spring, crops are backward. Fall grain and grass seems to hold its own well. Our farmers have put out i more this season than they have for years, and it is a good sign, as farming was neglected in this pai t of the county, the reason of this was that when the coal was being de veloped the chance of making some cash money look the eyes of most of our young farmers and they left the farms to go into the mines or new tow ns and in -.onseiiuence the farm land was idle. Rut alas, how soon they realized when almost too late, that "all is not gold that glitters." The land, w hich is the basis of all prosperity, is what every man should stlive to gel hold ol, and they have become aware of that fact and have gladly returned to farm life. Fruit will not be plentiful. There will lie a few apples and cherries but no peaches. lMIM'.nVK.MKNTS. Impiovdments are very slow but not withstanding the depression Mr. C. A. Langbein has in course of erection a tine two story residence on Main street, which when 'inished, will present an attractive appearance. New pavements are being laid all through the town. Messrs. Reig .t Dumm, distillers, have erected a large and commodious bond house of corrugated iron which is healed with steam. Ex-Sht-liff Joseph A. (iray is treating his line residence with a coat of paint, also Dr. Sloan, II. J. liehe is doing the pann ing. The street commissioner, Hon. John Ruck is superintending the repairing of the streets and crossings. Mr. Ruck makes an efficient street commissioner. SIM. IK. TAX. The single tax club of this place meets every Tuesday evening and is quite a drawing card. Its advocates are very en thusiastic in their theories. The advo cates of the Populist party in this vicinity seem lo grasp hands with the single laxers and pull together. It is very entertaining to hear the arguments of the local debaters on the iiue-iion- of the day as taken from their standpoint or view of the problems agitating the country at present. Among the older element. Democracy holds its own and indeed the principles of Jefferson are gaining ground every day. The single tax arguments all go to prove it. The single tax club has made arrange ments to have some speaker or lecturer of note to attend their meetings frequently. Everybody is always cheerfully admitted and walcomed. MINI NO. Mining is very dull now in conseiiuence of the El Mora mines, commonly knowu as -'Reed's." lieing idle at present In con seiiuence of some financial trouble. It throws about men out of em pi lyiuent The Morrisdale mines, formerly R. It. Wigtou & Sons', works very unsteady. There is some talk of Thos. Rarnes de veloping the coal on the Snyder farm, one half mile north of town soon. The Cam bria County railroad is hauling coal from the Beech Creek mines near Itarnesboro. The company will soon establish a pas senger station at the V iioilh of Carroll town which will lie very convenient for our town and vicinity, especially lu the shipment of heavy goods by freight. I.lK.U. NOTK. There was a very exciting game of ball played on the fair grounds here on Sunday by a nine from Hastings and the first nine of Carrolltown, score nine to seventeen in favor of Hastings. On Monday there was an interesting game played on the same grounds by the second nine of Carrolltown and the second uine of Pattou. The score was one to nothing in Patton's favor. Strawberries are plenty. There was unite an influx of Iteech Creek railroaJ people hailing from Jersey Shore, in town on Sunday. The procession on Sunday was grand and ur town was full of strangers who came to attend the "Corpus Christi" services. John Westover. of Hastings lost a valu able horse on last Friday and also a buggy badly wrecktid. The horse rau away and when about three miles from town dropoed dead In his tracks. Its death was caused by a ruptured blood vessel. The civil engineer corps that has been here for the past year, will pull up stakes this week and take theirdeparture for new pastures. They were in the employ of the Reec h Creek Railroad company. Mrs. E. Null and Mrs. F. Eger. who were on the sick list, are both in a fair way to recover their wonted health. MoKK ANON. -While fooling with a toy gun on Friday afternoon near one of the Haiti more & Ohio gates, at. lohnstowu. Peter Connelly shot August, the 12 year-old son of (Jotlieb Hoffman, lu the face. The bullet entered his left cheek. It was removed by Dr. i.. .i, -ri..rA was talk of arresting Con- nelly, who says he did not know the gun was loaded. Mlnrri Aihtd to Mop. At Friday's session of the Miners' con vention, at Altoona, A. R. Frykland. of Cambria, and J. R. Paisley, of Clearlield county, were appointed check weight fund organizers. Refore adjourning the convention Issued an address to the public setting forth the grievances of the miners. After referring to the fact that a committee of the slate legislature has found that over loo.OU) miners in this state were reduced from a condition of prosperity to absolute starva tion, in many parts, by false weights and pluck-me store, through the importation of depraved and ignorant foreigners and by reason of the undue development of coal territory which has increased the supply beyond reasonable necessities, the address says that miners are now asked by several operators to accept less wages, in stead of working by the ton. a system which would deprive many of any work at all, or to accept a reduction in some places of live cents a ton because, it is claimed, machines have reduced the cost of mining, and be cause miners working for operators who do not use machines must work for as much less as will enable the operator to compete with machine mined coal. The miners w ho are working at a reduc tion are requested to desist at once. Only a few operators, it says, are in the move ment, but should they succeed they will force a general reduction in Pennsylvania, Virginia and Maryland. The miners are asked to stop work aud to send money to the support of those now out and others are to come out. Those who are able are asked to send twenty-five cents at once to the treasurer elected by the convention, John T. Cline, of Rarnes loro, as well as any other contributions they may make. The address is siened by John Lynch, (iallitzin, president; James Sheridan, Cas sandra, secretary; John T. Cline. Rarues- boro, treasurer; George Nicholson, (iear-hart-ville, aud James Hateman, Dunlo. On If nail red Tear a Old. On Sunday the Congregational church of Ebeiisburg celebrated the centennial of its organization. It was organized lu April. 17'.i7, with twenty-four members all of whom had left Wales, their native land and came to this ccuutry for the purpose of making it their home. They reached the mountain in the winter of 17'.'-7, aud after providing themselves with shelter. their next endeavor was the erection of a house of worship and a few months after, found the church organized and a log church erected about a half mile East of Ebeiisburg, near Lloyd's cemetery. The old log church in time gave way to the second, a log structure erected on the rear of the lot occupied by the present church, which after serving its purpose w as succeeded by a brick on Sample street. on the south-west corner of the congrega tional cemetery. It, in its turn was suc ceeded by the present structure which was built in lst'.'.i, remodelled in lv.'t, and is at present one of the handsomest church edi fices in the county, with a parsonage on the lot adjoining. Duri ng the oue hundred years the church has had but ten pastors, namely: Rev. Rees Lloyd, the first pastor, who remained with the chinch 21 years; Rev. (ieorge Roberts and Rev. William Tibbott were co-pastors; Rev. Morris Jones, ls-.7 to l:t'.i; Rev. William D. Williams, 1S3j-4.; Rev. John Howes, 1S43-47; Rev. Llewellyn Powell, 1S47-I-4; Rev. Thomas R. Jones, Ixo-s.!; Rev.(Seorge Hill, ls-.4-".2, and Rev. R. Sirhowy Jones, the pre-ent pastor. The chirch was crowded to its utmost capacity on Sunday, during the services two of the former pastors. Rev. (ieorge Hill, and Lev. T. R. Jones, tieiug present and taking part. A great many former residents from all parts of the couutry, who in their youthful days got their lirst precepts in religion illustrated from the pulpit of this old church, were present at the celebration on Us Oue Hundredth anniversary. Marriage l.lrranfit. The follow ing marriage licenses were is sued by the Clerk of the Orphans' Court for the week ending Thursday, June 24. ls;i7: John Kyler and Mary J. Stine, Altoona. George P. Eger aud Joseohine liant.n .lohnstowu. John Cannon and Ellen Toohey. Twi.i Rocks. Will iam H. Hudson and Marv Coinifr Johnstown. W. P. Jones and Elizabeth Rreeze, South Fork. Dennis A. Croniu and Mildia Flinn. Johnstown. John J. P.ooth and Rarbara Proud. Dunlo. Lewis Weaver, Richland township, and Ret t ha Orris, Scalp Level. Emanuel D. Ream. Franklin horouirh. and Dessie M. Dick, Conemaugh. Joseph Stephenson, ISarneslioro, and Hannah Haiidrson, lloutzdale. S I). Elrick, Allegheny, Pa., aud Lizzie R. Taylor, John-town. William Hortou and Annie LoehricL Johnstown. Emile Dumez and Leonie Delaby. Has tings. Alovsius P. Akers' and Tillie Crosser. John-low ii. Altiert lioughamer, Amsbry. and Mina R. Carey, shipueusburg. Pa. Edward H. Cartwright. Figart. and Flora M.GIa-s, Mountaiudale. Elias V. Edmiston aud Maggie J. Molhersbaiigh, Figart. Joseph Englehart, Vandergrift, Pa., and Millie M. Rager, Mori el I ville. Charles Olson and Signe Holm, Patton. Cornelius A. Hairington and Catharine M. Hartmaii. Ehrenfeld. Campbell II. Emigh and Lilian A. Davis, Johnstown. Stanislaus Custer and Rosle Kogen, Raker's Miues. Obituary. The (teople of Eliensburg were surprized and shocked on Sunday morning to learn that Mrs. Emma, wile of Mr. John Owens, one of our well-known merchants, had died that morning. Mrs. Owens had been enjoying her usual good health up until Saturday morning, when she was taken suddenly ill with cholera morbus. Medi cal aid was summoned and it w 9 lelieved for a time that the disease was under con trol, but ou Saturday night she grew worse and lor several hours before her death she was unconscious. Mrs. Owens was a daughter of the late Richard Gittings, and was Ixim in Cam bria township, on the 27th of October, and was in the 44ih year of her age. Re sides her husband she is survived by seven children the youngest beiug less than two years old. The funeral services took place ou Tues day afternoon at her home, being conduct ed by Rev. U. S. Jones, the interment be ing made in Lloyd's cemetery. Mr. (ieorge E. Meisel. of Carroll town ship, was a visitor to Ebeushurg on Monday. Notice to Bridgebuilders. Sealed proj.ofal will txi received al the County d.nitnli'iiii'tier-i' Oltlre. Kliennburg. Pa , uulll TKIuSl'AY. JC1..Y 13.117 at I o'clock, p. .. lor the ertjcilou ol an Iron or Stel Hrlilge ovt-r-the Lii. .... ll'U.r,'. Mill In Mnn- ater townsliip lenictb vl Sean, f.5 feet In the clear, width ol roadway It) feel. -Separate bids fir masonry and BuperMructure will lie required. All Mdfi to tie accompanied by bond wiita two Rurrtles or :he bond ol a fcurely company to the lull amount ol Ine bid a a no a run lee of tcood laltb. l'Un and eelticilon fur Masonry on hie on said ttommlii-loner'-i Ottlce. suefttiflul bidder will be rtijulred to furnish Inind with at least two sureties, or the bond of a Surely or Trust Hompany In double the amount ol bid tor the laltblul petturmauce of contract. County Cumin Issloners reserve the right to reject any or all bid.. HrM3.juK. THUS HIMIVKK. AUKAM HOsTKrLF.K. County Commissioners. Attest. Jo. CO ATM. Clerk. Coininltisiouer's omce, Lbenaburg, Pa., June V, 1SV7. M Iseellaaeaaa Hatleea. fHY pay retail prices! LETTS w take TV your order for a r'lrst Class sewl i ma chine, warranted tis ybarh for 13.00 1'HK Ebensbura- Kull1lD a loan Assc latlon 1 will oOer for sale at the Key Bulldtn. ICb eosburg, on the !ourtb Alonday In Jl'NK, t2.uou.uo. THUS. JiAVIS, LiKATBR L.4Himbr, secretary. President. XToriCETO t'AKM EKS. 1 We bare on hand two mowing machines, two bay rakes, one bay tedder, one hay. leader, two plows, one barrow, one 1.ukk7. 'wo cart, any of tbe above will be sold very cheap in ortler to clone them out. .DO-25.K; 21, BAKKEK KKOS. AT THE OLD RELIABLE. Everybody, and especially the oyster-loving people ot Ettensburg, are InvUed to call at Kobu McHreen's Old Keilable Kelaurant, wben they want good, fresh Oysters, by tbe pint, quart or gallon. Or you can have them Stewed or Krled, all at tbe lowest price. Kresb Oysters every day. ocillil JOS. HOME & CO. JUXEBAIiUAINS. June has something more than brides aud roses to be famous for. I tis gent-rallv in a more practical sense, memorable to thrifty people lor the annual price-cutting of spring and summer goods. We have done little price-culling, for our buying was low enough to make every price in this store a bargain price. Here is a sample or two: Roman Stkii'k Wash Sii.ks Kaiki and Ilabulai Wa-li Silks in the popular Roman stripes and other paUerns, including some new and brilliant plaids, FKttM --".f to 4m- a AKll. Ri.a K Sii.ks. A lot of Rlack of Indias, Rrocades aud (iros drains at fn.. a yald. Hi. At k Twin. Skulks.-We have bought i'-i pieces of line l-'ren h Tw ill serges. They are in a perfect black aud the kind which you usually pay a dollar a yard for, marked at'nc a yard. I.mi-i.ktk ii St rriNt.s. These are in silk and wool mixtures, checks and fancy win-I grenadines. Former prices were 1 no. fl. .." and tl.') a yard. Now the entire lot at one price, i'i"c. a Yaku. Saii.uk Hats. We have received a shipment of the finest lot of trimmed sailor hats ever seen in these cities. All the new blin ks and bows are included.. The prices we have put on this lot are'J'tc.rak", !c, 7.V and 1 . PENN AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET, PITTSBURG. OILS! OILS The Atlantic Refining Co., of ittsburp:, Pa., make a specialty of manufacturing for the domes tic trade the finest brands of Illuminating and Lubricating Oils, Naphtha and Gasoline That can be I.UDE FRQT.1 PETROLEUM. We challenge comparison with every known product of petrol eum. If you wish the Must : TJiiironiily : Satisfactory : Oils in the market ask for ours. ATLANTIC REFINING CO., PinTSHUKtl IltKT.. PITTSBUKO, PA. octlt.svly. Administrator's Sale OK 1'AL.f ABI.K REAL ESTATE ! Tbe umlernlirneil administrator ol I'onrail I'arl. late ol l m tic 1.1 tootiBtiip. I amdrU ruumj, I'a., by virtue til authority ol the Orphans' ourt ! nlil rouniy. will -xseto nul.lie tale on the premium lo t'leartlelil township, si nie one mile north ol St. AuKOKllue, on the public roa.l leail toK to Patton on SATURDAY, JULY 10TH, N07. al 1 or.ork. r. M.. the loiluwinic desorlhfd real elale. to wit: Kevlnnlna al a port a earner ol t'as( er I'arl; thence north 15 deicreen. wen pert-hen to a hrinlock. tbnre t-outh 4i leiretM eaut alouv; line l Joseph Adams. vt perrties to a poM: thence south 4."" deicrers part alontc land ol Neal Morris, T& perches to a po-si: thence North 45 de gree rant aloua line o fa.'ptr t'arl ." pen-lies to t-Kinnlnic- Ke.-etTiDK tbeteirotn a rerta'n piece ot land contain ICK alxut Kile acres, Id t John Carl, bounded an fellows, to wit: HcHlonlo at lallen hemlock on line ol lands ol Icottce Nm shy; thence along other lands ol John A. I'arl. lo township road IradtoK I ruin St. Auutmeul fa Moo: Ih-nce alona said road to a point where a Ml roJ rrofses land ot said te tve Soulnby to lallen hemlock and be",lnnltiK. containing about 37 ACRES allot which Is rleated except S acres having: thereon a One and a liall Story Plank Dwelling House, aDd log barn. Also sprlrttftot water and an or chard ol choice Irult Tbe land is well a-tapted :or larmlna a nd in irood state ol cultivation n a Kood nei-fhhothood e ni eoiei.t 1 1 market church and tchools, possession given on continual Ion ol tale. TEKMSUl'SALK Ten percent wben the property Is struck lowp, balance ol oue third on ronnruietlon ol sale by the court, one third In lx months and the bal ance In VI months. Iiefered payments ! bear Interest Irom date ol sale and to be secured by ludKtuenl on tbe premises , U'KKCAlil.. J. Y. Mi KkHKii it. Administrator Khenst urn. Pa. Alloona. June H. fT. It. ASSIGNEE S NOTICE. Assluned estate ol James 1. Kuich of Indiana. Itid ana couniy. Pa., and U. K. Kppley, ol the t'lty o I Jobn'tcwn. I'ambrla county. Pa.. Iradintt ndduInK business as Koirh fc. Kppley. In the hoorth ward ol the City ol Johnstown, tTaniVIa county . Pa., havina- esecuted a deed ol voluntary assignment ol all tBelr partnership property In trust for tbe bened'.ol their creditors to the un dersigned. All persons Indebted to the iaid Kugb Kppley are requested to make paymeut. and tbose having cl-ltua against tbe same to pre sent tbotn wltbout delay with JAMKS M. Kt'tlH. Assignee. K. K. ;b".oki.u. (Attorneys Wiwn & K kbn an, s June . T. 6t. ORDINANCE. He It enacted by tbe burgess and town cnnnsel of li e borough ol Kt-ensourg, ana It Is hereby en a "ted by the authority ot the same. Skit ion 1. That a tiorouieU sewer be construct e I aloDg Julian street. Irnni the south sidenl Klgblaud avenue and extruding to Craw lord st e it, thence along 1'raw ord street. Kast as tar as the lot belonging to t'amhria oounty. thence across said lot to connect with tbe mam fewer, tbe p ' ' to be terra cotta. len inches In diameter. Paso- d bnally by Counsel June II. IvT. THOMAS 1A VIS. Attest I're'ldent ol Counsel . wi ri.CoHUBI t.. T. M KkHikiB, Clerk. Hurgess. Jnnel4,is7. 18 3t. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. letters testamentary on ihe estate ot Conrad Carl late ol Clearheld towuship. Cambria coun ty. Pa., having been g rau ted to tbe undersigned by the Orphans' Court, notice Is given to all per sons Indebted to said decedent lo make Imme diate payment aud those Hiving claims against raid estate to piewt-t them properly autneull rated lor settlement. U KKL'AKL, Administrator, P. O. lWi Thirteenth Ave., 3. V. MrkBMRUIt. All,., Alloona tb n8bur.-.Pa. June 4. .. WESTOIM'S T CALLITZIW, PA Offers in varietj of stock, quality ami prices, the greatest inducements for Cash or strictly fancy Produce to be found within 30 miles. -njr ut; Wc Buy All Heavy Gccdc in Car-Ict- FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES, CIiOTHING, HATS, FURNITURE, CARPETS, Oil. CLOTHS, WALL PAPER, FLOUR, GRAIN, FEED, Salt, FIELD SEEDS, GROCERIES, We have a lare oullot for Fine Color, Worked Solid FPvESTi; BUTTER Fresh Clean Ks, Choice Clean Vegetables, etc'., etc. We will not buy urn-lean eg-s, or flutter that U soft and ulule no matter bow clean or fresh, as we cannot sell hem, and we bel..;ve a fair understanding is only just to he persons who take care and expense to produce the best results. A poor horse does not bring the price of a good one, even if he Fells at all. Why should produce? Occasionally maikets will be overcrowded, even with good goods or produce. We handle CHOICE STOCK Whenever Possible. This space will keep you in touch with our store by nuotin- i,ri.-es and d.-scri.,incr i, mtf WANT YOUR TRADE. VISIT OUR STORE. Wc .4 Le y.a'.uuucy 1,1 Lu'Sfer, very low prices all through this great store. h J W. H. WESTON, GALL1TZIM, PA. lis: DKALKR IN STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES, Rooflisig ami Spouting. Aa&SICUffFUMAE. IMPLEMENTS OJZ ALII K1Z3J2DS, Tread Powers, Threshers and Separators. Iron and AVoodlPumns encc W ire, Ltc, Lte., EBENSBURG, - PENNA. ? WO -5 5 r 9 h zr. DENTISTRY ! Ilun"! ymi know lliat you can liave tliust ili"i-avt-ii ami otlfti-i v ltt-lli lesloretl to a iit-altby t-oiiilitioti at a Very Moderate Cost ? loit"t you know that 1 ran do your den tal work a irn-at deal litaiitr than vo" can ytt it doiif fls.tr bert'." lon"t you know that it is a very lantrir oiis tli inn to take (.'liloiofurui, Ktlit-r trr UaniihitiK lia? if von don't know, riime to my r tlii-e ami I will diinoustratt to vou iht? truth ot the almve. Odontunder ! This is the only safe anaeMhetii" known to-day to the tli-ntal irofesitn. 1 have ihe xclnie riirht of Klentiiirg. Teeth extrai-ted positively w it hottt pain. Tit-th tilled with jtold. tl and up. 'lVeth tilled with alloy, -Ti t ents and .i cents. , Teeth filled with Silver, 2." rents and .i cents. Teeth cleaned. 25 cents and M cents. Tee til extracted. cent-". l.oLU c KoWNS AS MW AS$:..(. Gold Filling Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Feelini? confident that both prices and wotk will prove satisfactory, I solicit your patronage. Dr. Richards, fcl Kl.r.OX OF.NT1-.S, Julian St., Ebensburg. May:.lfT A Few Words About or Something to Eat. It is often a piestinn with the women w hat to get for dinner or supper as wci of ten hear ihem say at this time of the year "I don't know what to get for dinner." We have a few things rocd to eat which may help you out of the trouble. Almost every in.in fike-3 fruit of some kind. Now we have a fine line of California fanned Peaches, PLUMS, PEARS, APRICOTS, CHERRIES. Dried Peaches, Prunes and Apricots. If you want some thing cheaper try some of o.ir Corn for 25 tents, or 50 cents a dozen. This is pood frn :it the price. Tomatoes we have different qualities ami prii es, or if none of these suit you, try Sago, Tapioca, Gelatine, Macaroni or Vermacilli. If you Hie Mill not -puUeil yet we imu giveytm Salmon. I y?ters or lUkti IJean-J. Ami if you wMiit S'ltiieliiint! real nitv, try Slict.! IViuliet: at 10 cents Kr can, or tirated i :iie:i.j.lc. An. I if you want .mething to drink with them, try (.'-una or t'iioc.iiate, Tt aor rofiee. Our aim to keep a stiK-k of gotitl KootU at low jirices. t'.tl! and sc us. arker Spring Announcement! We can now show you the best assortment of Fine Spring Cloth ing in Cambria connty and at prices that will surprise you. Men's all-wool Suits from $5 up. Children's all-wool Suits from $ 1 to $5. No matter whether you .-.re lean or fat, short or tall, we can fit you Our increasing business compelled us to enlarge our room and we have also increased our stock. We can now show you & much larger asortmcot of fine goeds than ever before. Our thia season's Clothing has been made especially for us and is equal to any merchant tailor's make. Our Gents' Furnishing Stock wi never so complete. We also carry the best line of Shoes in Cimbria county. A visit to our store will convince ou that the best place in the county to buy well-made, nice fitting Clothing, Gents' Fur nishings and Shoes is with us. TRESPASS NOTICE. We the uoil-Tiiiirn?i citizens ot All-nheny anil 'ltarnall luo?hi'. htrr. ale notice to the put-Ut twit to tre.e. 00 jut la mis. Any one I.,udJ trffupanclnic ili te prosecuted to Ihe lull extent ol the law. .... ....... viiiiah tl N Sitratlt. T. I . :nral. K-lwar.1 Iv.t.y. Joxepb A. Krie. Mn. B. j Will John M-liernltt. Jo?e.h -suttnu. Aukum i s-holtaer. Ihetxliire ti.rm. Alel lory J"a . Iiet.k .!- Kokenttxte. I'htlip A t.ray.Ovo. M. -Sanker u M. Krjtx-r. Ilrnrv .1. nra.l. il , ham M-ran. Heo. I Ktut. Ki.lert J0h1.ft.1n. ! . . . ., .. .. . -..... . 11 - HH.&I. J.m.l 11. Maloney. J. Im Kai.ur.. He. - uure. Bndet Tomlm-.o. M. Albert Kbo. ll. r Joreiihine Hutltnan. Kranie reicni, Itr. w . H. ... .1 t. Kn.l ...tin Till.. -.uininrrviiie. mboh - ic...c Loy. Mrg. forut-liug "-j-ttton. M;ty 1 I8.i. 1 ri'H K ll'lcauo S eel Kantte I 'o . ol!er t wll tt e I FI.M---s r kioil uf fieri Kanit.es l'b all mitl ern iuit.r.veuient. InP uditiK larue c J'lr oiler lor Ihe low irlce ol .& and 3i. Suld t.jr ail toe derlrra In mlria rouniy. June is. 3i. Who can think of some sliiipke ftt.lr.i7 ... indratl thfT may Lrtng ya wealt. IKBl'KS A Pau-nt Atuir- Mul 111 X two huudrad luTeuuoua wauled. C.A.Sharbauch, CARROLLTOWN, PA. 1 1 XgsmKi i 'I'Iijm""". Ionsure 5 A ml al i-fact im in a irixxj t-ouLiog a p- ' pliaiifr. on. that i a kh.h1 t.akri aud a i i..-rf.-. t r.ilT. ?fC I N D E STOVES fc RANGES tj Vanted-An Idea protect your iarm: nr-j mj ' Write JOHN Wti-UEKBl KS A CO A i Iliad. I ii a 1 1 i it- ai.d i.r, with a vif ni in.-.-i inc rvrry want t.f I tin boufe kfft'rr al tti-Kti-rair fut. Tbry tiave all tlir Ut l iiiir.iv.Mii.-iits. and are made of th lt nidl. riHl. and t.y tiir trj.t work nifii. Tiirv liavr many git-.nl puiDt-i uol lo.llill in lit h-r i.Vt-t. Wr Mt.iply f'aim fur the C lNliERELLA wliat wr t-aii iruve-nu more. Judge lor y nursrl f. Vuur money bi.k if nut satistird. Solil ly the fullowine d.alrrs: EHKNU.ciMi 11. A. iSlio "inakrr. C ai:imi.i.t. n P. J. Dielrit-k. II AfTlNti-j 1. 1. ttimit-r. Si'anhi.kk- K. M. liin-Ji-r. I'ATTtts A. M. Thomas. Lilly K. C lirurkit. -Sol'tii Fukk-N. S. litiirj- t Sou. i.'kk.in Cr-ss.iu Stote Mciv. Ifeu-2.y5l