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I-.OIHKIA CO., PA.
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' ' " ' i f, hours in Kbnns
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i- VUn. ' livervintn. l.a
.rii l'" r"w
. ,, II I Vulrfslri-ts.
" j-rr..i.."f IMi-l.unr. a furm
".' I'.irr i :-!!p. was a visi-
V,,, ...k-t.. I'-rtiik'-. who is
.. rJl-- ,v an Italian Kirl of
v v. . ,.-isv.. offers a sihhI farm
:,,i,-l..p. at private sal.-.
. ' alu'lher column.
: I ,i,r- t, .i- an ad in tlii N-
.,"-,;)ivO inviting !" pl al-i-eY.iru-''
fj" lo at hfi
, ,.jr ,, ,i liii. Kirii. ofTrout
., ,! .-..mi! v. MrppriJ on a rusty
v d Saturday from
viii'!'1'1' 3 valuable row
f. A.t-rl Apfl. 'f this piat-e.
u-,.riiiii-'. t"-ir Kdard tcns"
r.-.-lini it.-- di.llar mark at
U .;. r i iJ-iV aiid Itif prfilution is
t ! r-.t li f .' i'ii ari'Kiint f
j !. Kur..("viTi rivp.
j .M-pi. 1 1 1 : '! 1'f M uiisti-r towns-
: ; Ml; . J I'V t.. little sons of M r.
.i'i:r.-).. f lM'-!'iirir. -'e:il a few
. i fc..ri!i'iri: "ii Ttniiday.
B'JJ'.rJ ''"'" i says tliat iliu
,.; : r lii.'iilli- lime liarns were de
nre in tlial 'oiin!y. Of the
rr iJ'lilil tile frulll 1 1 1! lit II inn.
"A II'-! iiini! ii'inpanv lias an
: .riuri.t iii i l.i- iue i-allini; atten
..i : il.il ll.ev i.lliae an exliitiit
-,! ii- nil'' "l"Ve al I lie Ktieiistiu re
: 1! iiV M M .ti ia K. Monahan.
x of Mr an. I Mr-. Thomas .1.
lii:.. "f At" .Hit elil.reil UIK'll htT
j i-1 ai. :n.er u( tl.e Niters of St.
4 V...e li d-- and daughter, of
f. Mi- Mamie O'Neill, of
.J M is Jusie and Kva
: M u:i-:. r I iislii p. were visi-
... t:ei.-!''ir" .hi Tue-day.
L izineH., wife of aleiiline
; .1 'A .r. Ii- r li.uiie in Carroll town
i u!:.)4y iii.ii 'ir.iof. Aiikiu-t Ti, ls'.C.
....: ejrjrv M.e i- -nrvived lv
-'ii.J ali.l -everal rtilldlVh.
.ur4:iit.f mi,- mule iind the ick-r-rvr-n;
..:l..-i-it the works of the
-i I . '.lipaiii a: ll.i-uiiis with-
i-i -pr. 4i .-4'.-e. fti ule U llple
- rtr ii,4i tt.e at.iiuais were poisoned,
i 1 ! l.liirl,l i- t.i Leereeted llext Slltn-'..'.i-1
4niiu! ifr.iniids at II arri-huru
. r .( :li.-idle Maj.ir General Hart 1
. t-a !.ri.ii. i . ,111-. trian statue,
. jr p 4, t.l ;n ir.iti i of the new cap-
i-r: LiiiLer. !,,. ia as hit on the
L 4 -I.iii.-in II,.- .jiiarrel h-lweeli
-iii-4i.J tin- IV is'lii- at Mild loan,
-.:!.' A l, .1.4 4lurda. August Till.
' I - b .ii.' in i ..;i:io iile, a village
i :u. u-t atmaay uiorniuir at
i.: J I; is.i.-r. ,f J,.l,ntown, em
:t.e .1 ..i.i,-,,!, , i.iunitiiy, ol that
i-i !!.: Jr-t . i .iiiiinuted S'lU-idu on
4. ill i,y ijkii.j 4 d j-e f aiorphii.e
r'-Ji-siuaii.. of Stov-lown,
" --' .uiilv. 4i: l 4 alioul l.'i years
-I-.r-Uy i.f : 4-t week, while Mrs.
fi-:.-r-i, a,i (,,.r , hil.lren of I'nt-
.t friemN al Westover.
-: J..,t.;. K.liili. the youngest,
-i'. .1 ,,i;r w jr aii.l -iv m,.i,i.s old.
' -4 f- ! ,,f n iri li Moor on the
' ' lL 1 her n.'hl arm.
1 V T!:,,,:i!..., .... .
1 Herman mi
i--L T4, r4 !. .,;.. on a trip from
A.lt-k:!,..!, v .im..-ii .-.. i .i,...
" r-!,:i- l:,-, ., 1 .. . - .
1 .1 an, west n mi-
i".4l x:i .-arly hour Thiirs
; lie.t aii,.,j ;.- Ve:rs i,,t
V41.1 f ,i,r,,r tie children.
- 1. il'i r. ai;e,i seventy--'
J.-.: 4! ..-r hoineiu Nw Kriith
, '''"'av ii,.,rniiiit. She was a
"' ' l,r !,er iiniiitrrt, one of
4 -e;-,r, f WeMmoreland
- n irr e.l J .,,,., inrer iu early life.
'"" :' 1 " -N' llrmhioii for forty
ifeneral on Friday
' ! r f.,r i,e estahlish-
nl v two car-
i i4e 1 at ,t,e start, instead
' "!'-'r'---uiaii l:,i!,t,ins n-.ue,l
-M,rtle,i I Aenty one loxeswill
s.iiyTU" ' "'i':"v,"i 'f the I'hila-
ii 1, Kjilr.ia.i i-ompany. on
T!,,r'a".J.'"'t",',"' ,n"si pay
n iir.i.-r tias tieeen is
i hia A- Heading rail-d'-lils
and failins to
'ne will si,,iM.t theiii-
Ail complaints w ill lie
- hi ii
. ,!,lrt,. ......
1!A '''. who lives ahout two
, , rr T. e and who some
ii , ,. ' ie I'nin ani.iver
- "in r.
aine to that town Sal-
"'ir'i'-i the truin t..
t j" K ''ad never even seen
. v 'r' ,"'r wouder and de
l4t' ' ""Tib.ited to. Shft rcle
and ei,j,,yed it hearlilv
I' s ... . '
inrernan lor ( nn-
'"de. S.r,,.... ,.
.v i. who are
"'"f '-i.e Ir-.-l.- -
- ine 1 enn-yi-
:i,i .l. ...... 1. m i ..
, , -., Kiiien on
--.union on lnesday
- 1 t,y Uiiiiitf from a
i - t-'.ly was found lying
,4ii as about 4" years
't tune aito residtd at
4- il I
harn of Kx-Conttress-,!h.
near Somerset, was
-'d early on Friday inorn-
Ments. eaii-inu loss of
4 .iv covered Ly insurance.
a discovered in the
1 : tore in tow n, but it
-'i'-d hy the tir com-
es ll is leh.-vel tt h.u.
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-On Thnrydsy afternoon of lan week
the dwelling home on the farm occLpled
by l!ert Ager. In Cambria township, Oye
miles north of Ebenaburir, caught fire from
a oVfectire flue and was burned to the
In the old civil ducket recently brought
to light in the court house at treensburg,
Ia.. there are several cases recorded
against (ioorze Washington. In the
course of the year 1787 three claims were
entered against him to compel him to pay
taxes. The humorous clerk of that time
has written the following under the claims:
"Ceorge. Washington, esq , appeareth not
to like taxes."
Monday of last week, while Aaron
Weakland and Frank Ldule were leading
two fattened steers from a farm in White
township, to ration, one of the beasts be
came enraged and attacked Mr. Weakland
in a vicious manuer with its horns, cutting
... 1 .. . 1. 1 - ..
au ukiji k:u uiiiiiir dis cinn about two
inches long, which required four stitches
hy the surgeon, and al present Mr. Weak
land is nursing a very sore neck.
The three mile extension of the Al
toona division of the Pennsylvania rail
road leading from Covedale to Cedar
Hrook, Mair county, has been completed
ami on Monday three large limestone
quarries were opened. The quarries are
owned by J. l. Hicks A Son, of Altoona
and w ill he operated by Yonngstown. O.
capitalists for the Pittsburg market
Fully two hundred meu will be given em
For the Pennsylvania Tri-County and
S ale fair, to be held at Johnstown. Pa.
September r.th to lllh, inclusive. th
Pennsylvania Railroad company will sell
on those day. special excursion tickets to
Johnstown and return, from Altoona.
(reenshurg, and intermediate stations
from lilairsville. Indiana and intermediate
stations, and from stations on the Cam
bria and Clearlield division. Tickets will
be g MMl for return passage until Septemler
V'l h, inclusive.
John I). Davis, an old citizen of Karr
tow nship, died at his home near .Nick low 11.
tn Thursday moriing of last week, aged
s.t years. He is survived by his wife and
seven children, six sons, namely. Evan, of
Clarion county: Jonathan and Thomas, of
Colorado; David and Daniel, of Johns
town, and William of Ebenshurg, and one
daughter. Sarah, wife of Kvan Williams,
of Indiana county. His remains were in
terred in Lloyd's cemetery, in Fbeusburg
One of the numerous deputy sheriffs
engaged in keeping the peace in Allegheny
comity last week shot and killed another
deputy sheriff near Turtle Creek. To the.
everlasting credit of the striking miii.Ts in
that section, on hearing of the occurrence,
they held a meeting and appointed a com
mittee to wail 011 the sheriff of Allegheny
county and tender their services to the
sheriff to aid in preserving the peace
among il.e deputies.
John L. Slough. Philip Jones, (leorge
dm ley. James a. Myers, Dr. Davison. J.
M. Thompson, Ollie Siough, tiernie Curry
and John Clement, of Ebensburg; Simon
Adams, of lllackli -k township; Major W.
H. II. Kell. I, S. Hell. Charles Anna. Uuel
S imerville, C. W. H.idkins. Haul Yahnei,
Mr. and Mrs. John Cordell and Mr. and
Mrs. James Mellon, of Pallon, and .lames
Wharton and SiniMii Nagle, of Clearlield
township, are taking in the. (" A. 11., en
campment at KulTalo, this w.-ek.
The big barn of David C. Fox, uear
Tarr Staliou, Westmoreland county, was
tired by an incendiary Sunday night and
burnt to t lie ground. Mr. Fox untied his
best horse and got him to the door when
the smoke and lire caused the animal to
turn back and jump into the feed gang.
He tried to get another horse out. but did
not sui-i-eed. He lost all his crops three
horses, all his farm implements and wag
on shed. It was a large barn though old.
)ne horse w as sa ed, a boy being away
driving with it.
On Sunday afternoon whi!e John Mas
den, the toll gale keeper above Mill Hall,
in Centre county, was driving to his farm
witli tine hand, he had a horse behind the
Vehicle which lie led with the other, hav
ing t he slra p w rapped around his hand.
One of the horses frightened and iu his ef
fort to control the animal the thumb of the
hand which was holding the strap was
torn from the socket, a shred of llesli only
holding it. The injured man came back
to Mill Hall, where the thumb was ampu
tated close to the hand.
The large barn of the Pennsylvania
State college was completely destroyed hy
tire on Friday evening. It broke out about
lifleen minutes of seven and by nine o'clock
the large liuildiug was burned to the
ground. All the live stock and farming
machinery were saved and, by slrenous ef
forts on the part of the people, the lire was
prevented from spreaiing to other build
ings. A large building, standing not more
than lifty feet from the barn, escaped with
a slight scorching. All this years crop of
hav and grain was totally consumed by
the tierce II lines.
One of our exchanges propounds the
following: "You can any day see a while
horse; why d. you never see a white colt?
Why does a horse eat grass backward and
a cow forward? Whv does a hop vine al
wiys wind one way and a bean another?
where should the inside of a chimney be
bigger, at the top or bottom, and why?
Can you tell why a horse tethered with a
rope always unravels il. while a row twists
it into knots? Why do leaves turn upside
down tiefore a rain? What is the length of
a flour barrel? What animals have no up
per teeth in front, and w hy?"
On September 1st Frailev Hros , of Ir
vona. who have ecn conducting a clo'.h
ing and gents furnishing business at that
1,1 ace. will remove to Kbensburg where
they will embark in the same business.
They have, proved themselves capable of
taking care of their bvisiness. and are hon
est and upright in their dealings. We
wish them abundant success in their new
location and can cheerfully recommend
them to the people of Eliensburg and vi-
ciniiv. Their opening will take place
Monday, Tuesdiy and Wednesday. Sep
tember "., 7 and S.-LntliHrt Shuitltml.
The Pennsylvania railroad is prepar
ing to compete wilh Carnegie's new road
in the ore hauling trade by nulling on the
Pittsburg and Erie line a system of mon
ster freight engines and cars, all controlled
by air brakes. The first or five big freight
engines intended for this purpose will leave
the Juniata shotis on September LI). The
cars will have a capacity of im,il pounds
The engines will have twice the hauling
capacity of the ordinary class II freight
engine, the boiler 7-' inches in diameter, 34
feel long, containing 31S flues and carrying
-10 1111,1s of steam. Il is expected to
haul 4" loaded cars over the Pittsburg di
.,uin The heaviest engines now haul L0
William Moore, the self-confessed rob
ber of the Harne-Uiro postoflice. attempt
ed to commit suicide by culling his throat
with a razor iu the Hollidaysburg jail on
Wednesday morning. Moore borrowed a
ra.or fr.im a fellow prisoner to shave, and
after shaving, drew the razor across his
throat, ciittin? a gash from ear to ear.
His cell-male, on seeing the blood gushing
fiom the wound, rushed on Moore and
wrested the razor from him before he suc
ceeded In making a fatal wound. The
gash n quired sixteen stitches to close it up
but it was not quite deep enough to cause
death. In a letter written to the wirdeu.
Moore denies that he was one of the par
ties that committed the outrage on the
Devers in M unster township, aud says that
liU identity is unknown.
HfH ralate Trannfer.
Cambria Iron company to Jame L.
.Sensebatigh, East Taylor; consideration,
Henry A. Addelman et nx. to Ella If,.
Culp, Pat ton. f-j.K).
Margaret Mary Sharp et al. to W. W.
Atnsbrv. Allegheny, Jl.Slf.l.
Abraham Angus et ux. to Thomas Mar
tin, East Taylor. ..
William H. Reighard et ux. to W. J.
Martin, East Taylor, f)M.
Daniel S. McAnulty et ux. to Amos A.
Crumbling, Harnesboro, 11.
Sara A nn Kim tz et vir to John Hol
sopple. Stonycreek. frido.
Joseph Stibich et ux. to Marko Pubak,
Edward II. Adams et ux. to Joseph M.
Bradley. (Jallii.in borough, lm.
Margaret Hradlev to Josenh M lirartlov
naiiiizin borough, Kim.
Ceorge W. W. Amick et ux. to Norris I).
Onus, Johnstown. fu.
Ann Delainey to W. W. Amsbry, Alle
Demetrius A. McCoi.gh et ux. to W. W.
J. L. Spangler. trustee, to Andrew
Smith. Spangler, t l.V.
E James Wilson to Andrew Smith,
Sunimerhill borough, $.V.
Andrew Veresch et ux. to Inter-State
Huilding fc Loan association. Johnstown.
William Walker et ux. to John F. Wal
ker. Johnstowti, $xi.
Emil Chappy et ux. to Hugh W. Orner.
Morrellville. f 1.
Executors of Michael Donovan et al. to
Philip Anstitt. Eliensbtirg. fnm.
Henry H. Kuhn et ux. to Inter state
Huilding A Loan association. Lower Yoder
township and Morrellville. $1.
Morrellville Huilding A- Loan associa
tion 10 Martin Fix. Westmont, fl.lim.
Hiram Shaffer et ux. to Josiah Helsel.
Scalp Level. K.twm.
John (5. Piatt et ux. to H. S. Huck. Pat
Susan Himmelw-right et al. to How ard
Himmelwright, Allegheny, tl.
Thomas A. Coons et ux. to Howard Him
melright et al., Allegheny, I0.
Howard Himmelwright et ux. to W. W.
Amsbry, Allegheny, tl.
Benjamin . Vaughn et al. to W. W.
Amsbry. Allegheny f I7o.
Charles Von Luneii et ux. to Annie M.
'Jel m Prrmll.
The Miiiinttiinrrr thought the Fi:kfm x
was in error w hen it stated thai more
work has been done on our streets this
summer than usual. The fact is that less
work than usual has iieen done. Si reel
Commissioner A pel has had a very small
force under him and the most of the work
done on the streets, such as huildiug sew
ers, making pavements, hauling awav old
buildings, etc.. has not tended to their im
tirovetneut. but to their detriment. (Vox
The Frkkmax was not in error and no
crooked statement by the (ii,s!ij can
make it appear so. The Fkkkmax did not
state thai "more work has leen done on
our streets this summer than usual."
What the Fkkkmax stated was this:
"There has been more work done on the
streets and pavements of Ebensburg this
summer than in any year since the encoi -ooiation
of the borough."
All of which is correct as every man. wo
man and child outside of the "kindergar
ten" establishment in Ebensburg. knows.
The "building of sewers, making pave
ments, hauling away old buildings, etc..
may have caused some inconvenience, for
the time being, but the improvements are
permanent, and for the lasting good of the
While the Fkkkmax is not in political
accord with the Imroiigh fathers or Ebens
burg. a majority of them being Republi
cans, we believe in giving them full credit
for what they are entitled to and for their
efforts in sewering the East end of Ebens
burg. the Fkkkmax gives them all praise.
As the "making pavements, hauling away
old buildings, etc.," were individual under
takings, the individuals guilty of the in-
liscretions complained of bv the Onslina
can each answer for himself. Ii may even
lie possible that Messrs. P.aiker Hros.. J.
H. Denny, J. tj. Lloyd and Thomas Davis,
who are the chief offenders, may. rather
than cause continued offense to the Oim
Ihiij, have the old buildings and pavements.
etc.. put hack in place and the new on. s
removed when they Iind that, iu the esti
mation of the (ittslinij, t hey are a "detri
ment." It may he well for ihe tieot le of
Obensburg who contemplate improve
ments in the future to get a Hnslinij per
mit. It may save them heaps of trouble.
New i.m w itw to ftalr of 4'lieeoe.
The new stale law (Act of June 1S'.C,
to regulate the manufacture and sale of
chet se, provides that all chee-e sold or of
fered for sale after August .t.i, must l
distinctly stamped with the name and ad
dress of the manufacturer and the grade
of the cheese; for establishing the grade
the law permits live qualities, viz: "Full
Cream." "three-fourths cream." "One-
half cream," "one fourth cream." and
"skimmed cheese." It also provides that
the giade of "full cream" must contain
not less than -'. per cent, of butter fat and
that the oilier glades must show -4 and It',
per cent, resuectively and thai all cheese
w hich w ill not sl ow S per ceut. must be
labelled "skimmed cheese."
The penalty for failure to comply Willi
any of the provisions ot the law is a tine
of from tifly to one hundred dollars and all
costs of suit, analyses, selection of samples,
etc., and the line goes to the Department of
Agriculture to be devoted to the ev pence
of enforcing the provisions of the act.
The following marriage licenses were is
sued by the Clerk of the Orphans' Court
for the week ending Thuisday. August
William Zenges and Olive H. Zimmer
Louis J. Foerster and Clara H. Shirey.
Frank H. Harpsler and Mary J. Myers,
Jiinii Strucek. Patt n, and Annie Malo
Fred Lorenzo and Nellie Stuthers, Por
tage. Charles Chappel and Annie Elizabeth
Rose, Suinmerhill tow nship.
Sheridan E. Elliott and Amanda Rough
er, Rarr township.
John Thomas and Maggie E. Helsel.
Irvin Plummer and Ida May Wright,
The Hoard of Farmers' Institute
managers met at Cresson a few days ago
for the purpose of fixing the time and
pluce for holding ii stilutes in this county.
The members present were Hon. J. J.
Thomas, member of Ihe Stale Hoard of
Agriculture, chairman; John Lloyd, rep
resenting the Ebensburg Agricultural as
sociation; H.J. Krumenacher, of Ihe Cam
bria County Agricultural association, aud
John Rickets, who represented the Orange.
It was decided to hoid a two-day insti
tute iu the south of the county, the place
to be selected by Mr. Thomas and Mr.
Hosteller, of Richland township. Also
one-day institutes at Spangler aud Lo
relto. The dates will be fixed and an
Raymond Robinson, aged 6 years, son
of Samuel Robinson, residing one mile
west of the three culverts, near Altoona,
on the Pennsylvania railroad, on Friday
afternoon on his way home from picking
berries slipped and fell in front of a train
of moving, cars. The cars passed over one
leg, crushing II so badly that, w hen the
boy was taken to the hospital, il bid to
be amputated. It was the left leg that
was injured and It bad to be taken off
above the knee.
Carrol I town. Pa., Aug. 23. 1S97.
El. Fkkkmax:-On next Saturday will
be the Democratic primary or delegate
election. We hope that all districts of the
county will be represented by good and
true Democrats as delegates to the conven
tion on Monday next. That our conven
tion will be harmonious we have no doubt
and that they will select good men to the
franchise of the people, men of tried and
sterling Democracy, men of ability and
without blemish to flit the offices at the
ensuing election, is the heartfelt wish of
the writer. Hy so doing we feel confident
that the Democracy of Cambria will get
on its feet again, for can we not trace our
defeat in this county to dissessions among
ourselves? The bitterness which was en
gendered among democratic office seekers
was the cause of the dismemberment of
of our party in Cambria.
We now believe that all is harmony and
if the delegates select good men from
among our party we will wiu the fight at
the coming electiou for, as we remarked
last week, there is a growing dissessjon
among the rank aud file of the Republi
cans of our county. Let eveiy lover of the
good cause put his shoulder to the w heel
and keep the Democratic van moving, and
we feel assured ehat after the November
electiou we can shout, victory.
On Monday evening the new barn of Mr.
M ichael Latitzy. of Susquehanna town
ship, near Spaugler, was struck bv light
ning and villi its contents entirely con
sumed. The barn was tilled to overflowing
with '.he year's harvest. He succeeded iu
saving his horses and a wagon. Mr.
Lantzy and his son were In the barn when
struck. There was an insurance of ttm.
We have had several severe electrical
storms in this section lately.
Mr. Thomas Illig is digging a cellar un
der his recently acquired property in town
and otherwise improving it.
Sheriff (iray is puttir.g an expensive ad
dition to his business block on Main street.
The mines in this vicinity have all the
orders they can handle at present. A
scarcity of coal cars is the complaint at
The new Cambria county railroad is hav
ing all the coal freight they can haul at
A little son of tteorge C.rinawav at Mc
(lonigal's mines, will lie compel'ed to uu
dergo an amputation of one on bis legs, as
mortification has set in. He had it (-rushed
alxiut ten weeks ago. Drs. Rice and
Sloan will perform the operation.
Quite an accident occurred at C. A.
Parabaugh's brewery on Tuesday evening,
iu the engine room. The bell flew off the
governor and the machinery ran at a
tremendous pace. The large Iielt wheel
hursted and flw inlo fragments, knocking
loose a steam pipe which allowed the
steam to escape quickly aud stopped the
running of the engine. The damage is
slight aud no person was injured, the lire
man having just left the engine room.
Next week our town will be enlivened by
the Klckapoo Indian medicine sho w.
On Saturday last Mrs. Elizabeth Dumm,
wife of Valentine Dumm, of Carroll town
ship, departed this life after a lingering
illness. Her remains were interred iu St.
Henedict's cemetery on Tuesday and was
followed 10 the grave bv a large number of
friends and relatives.
D. A, Mctiongh, E-q , of whose illness
we made mention two weeks ago, died on
monday evening. He was afflicted with
catarrah of the stomach. He leaves to
mourn him a large family and a numerous
relationship. He was aged about ;".". years
and was a prominent citizen of Alleghehy
township. His remains were interred in
St. Michael's cemetery, at Loietlo, on
Wednesday. Rest in prace.
he I (I'm Kalr.
Sheriff Coulter w ill offer at sheriff's sale,
at the court house, in Elteiishurg, on Mon
day. September 1'ilh, ls;i7, at 1 o'clock, I'.
xi.. the following properties.
The Interest of Andrew Long, In 111
acres and 1.17 peichesof land iu Susque
hanna township, having thereon a two-
siory frame dwelling house, bank barn aud
The interest of Thomas Monroe in a lot
of ground in (lallit.in borough fronting on
Main street, having thereoi: a large frame
bui!ding containing S rooms and a store
room, a stable and other outbuildings.
The interest of Samuel Kirkpa'.rick in a
lot of ground in Pallon borough.
The interest of Augusiiue Sullon in a
lot of ground in Callitziu borough, front
ing on Forest street, having thereon a two-
story frame house and other outbuildings.
The interest of W. J. Jones iu a lot of
ground in Portage borough, having there
on two two-story frame dwelling houses,
each containing i rooms.
The interest of John Hergerholtz in a lot
of giound in El Jer township, on the old
public road leading from Hastings to
Plattville, having thereon a two-story
dwelling house and other outbuildings.
The interest of Washko Rookwak in a
lot of ground in Richland township, hav
ing thereon a two-story plank dwelling
house and a plank stable.
The interest of Henno Stich in a lot or
p'.ece of land in Carrolllown borough.
The interest of William Townsend and
S. R. Kirkpairii-k. terre tenuant, in a lot
of ground in Hastings borough, having
thereon a two-siory frame house used as a
hotel and a dwelling house.
The Interest of Matthias Shot tencarrier
and Eliza Jane Shortem-arrier iu acres
of laud iu Su-qiichanua township.
The interest of Orvill Keough in a lot of
ground in Hastings borough, having there
on a two-story dwelling house containing
The interest of Andrew Lnngerhaum in
a lot of ground in Elder township, having
thereon a new two-story dwelling house.
Terms of sale: One third of the pur
chase money to be paid when the property
is struck down and the remaining two
thirds on confirmation of deed.
I'anfrmiml the Crime.
William A. Moore and John Lewis, the
men accused of robbing the Harnesboro
postoflice, were arranged before United
States Commissioner McLeod, at Tyrone,
on Thursday afternoon of last week. Post
office Inspector W. W. Dickson, of Pitts
burg, conducted the examination.
Postmaster Edward Huver. of Harnes
boro. was the wrst wltuess. He identified
the stamps found on Moore as the same in
amount ar.d denomination as had been
taken from his safe. The official enveljpe
iu which they were kept, and from which
they had never been removed, was ad
dressed to Rarneslioro. He also identified
a registered package, numbered 31.117. and
produced his registry book, show ing that a
record had been made of it.
The paper money stolen from the office
had been wrapped in a handkerchief. It
was iden tilled by a $.1bil! with a small hole
burned iu it. The silver money was identi
'ied by a dollar with the letter A scratched
The evidence against the men was con-
I elusive and Moore was held in f"-) and
Lewis in tl,."JKl bail for court.
After the hearing Moore confessed to the
robbery, but said Lewis was not with him
at the time but had met him at Pallon the
A special train on Sunday conveyed
a number of Ebensburg people to Palton.
being attracted thither by a colored cauip
meeting in progress in a grove at that
piace. The camp meeting was there was
attended by a large crowd of white people,
but the colored population was few aud
EIGHT valaabla M pertlen ( r ! .il on
ou ddre?t JAM tj NVI
Ally, at Law aud he.i mate A eat.
I mrolllui 1. fa.
tTHY .my retail prM-ei- I L til si w. .: ika
IT your order for a r'lrst Cls rawing ma
chine, warranted tm Tills tor f 13.00
ONE HUNDRED bead "OllV'and Poland
l.'hina ho( all aice and site and wine tine
tired iowi lor aale at the larm ol A. t. MaKSH,
one mile eaat ol Eiieosburg.
T'HE Etwixhora Hu idlnir Al Lmi Aimociatlon
Hl.lt 1 I.. 1 at toe Kney ttuildfrjic Kb.
ctmburif. 0.1 tn- L.urih Monday In A l' i UST,
M.ooooo THUS. DAVIS,
Lkhikh L.. kimkk, Stcre'arf. President
FOK SAI.K -Tenly l.eh milch cow. with
cows with .-atixe ii.t .-. tt at llangei's larm
one mile nut ol Ki.euK'-.i' l
HKMNV a. KIMHALU
Aug. 13 in. St.
I'" cowa allayed away from the Hner larm
1 In Ca mtirla townrtilp. atMint ten ay uo
Tliey are auppored to have calve ty tblf time.
Any peraon knowing thtlr whereatiouu will eon-
ler a lavor by aending word to
DENNY k KIM K ALL.
Aug. 1S.-V7. tt. tlKUrbunt, 'a.
AT THE OLD RELIABLE.
FTTMy, and eelaily the ot ster-1. vIdit
people ol Eliennbunr, are Invited to call at Kotu
AlrBreeD'a Old Kellable Kualaurant. wfcen they
wnt aood. Iiwh Oyatera, by tbe pint, quart or
gallon tir you can have them Stewed or Krled,
all a the loweat price, fr'rean Oyatera every day
JOS. HOME & CO.
A Few Very Good Offers
Just as many as we can mention
in this spat e. A postal canl will
tell all about fifty others just as
good, if you will mention for
what particular thinr vou are
SELLIXC. TAISLE LINENS at
prices which you will not see on
t hem again: al any rate not 1111 -tii
the tarilf changes once more.
The old prices are maintained
here, in spite of a rise of over LM
per cent, in the tarilf. Send for
samples aud prices.
SELLIXC IXIHA SILKS, the
heavy rich kinds which can be
worn clear into snow time, for
3.1i;. A YAUIt. A Week ago they
cost 7.1c. and rCtt; a yard. Very
handsome patterns. Send for
SELLIXtJ SHIUT WAISTS, the
"Star" and :-'isk. Clark and
Elagg's makes, a lot of alioul six
ty dozen, in exce'lenl patterns, al
ill 1 LM EACH. We reduced
these Hie tirst of the week, from
fid aud 3 .10.
SELLI XI! IMCYCLES, a lot of odd
wheels, but all new, at very much
less than half price. rite about
these they are line bargains.
PENN AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET,
First National Bank
O J.' Kit KS S It t H tl. I' A .
A I.rt.X Kf.i XS, l-rri,lrt.
M. I'. K ITT Kl.l., T. I'rrat.
A. II'. IU . f'lir.
H. SCASIsAX, hxI. CuxAier.
Alt In FyauM. 91 It. It If (ell.
' H Barker. MW Ikatla.
Vt-Iler Wrllti la. W. Jaiura.
A. M . Kuril.
A general banking business transacted iu
all its branches.
Accounts of merchants, farmers and oth
A II the readers of this paper w ho
expect to attend the Fair al Ebens
burg next week are cordially invi
ted to come to our store and make
It their headquarters during that
A choice new line of Dkkss
(;H)ls. Cl.OAkS AMI M II.I.INKI.'V
will U open for your inspection by
Mrs. R. E. Jones.
We the onderalirned citizen ot Alleitheny
and I'learnnlil tuwn-ril. here'iv teive n.ii Ice U
the public nut to treapan on Jiir landa Any one
lound tren.ai.alng will be pruoecuted to the tub
extent ol Ihe law.
(sio1) John Sutton. II. S S,reut. T.
M I er Jnc T. Sutton Js J. Wt-ier. li. )
I'onrad. Kdward Ivoiy. .I.meen A. Krlte. .Mr. B.
Wills. John M-ltorinlit. loeeph Sutlou. Aumit
Shnflner, 1'he.idnre Sturm, Alex Ivory .lhn
llcuk. Jacob t-rhenioile. l-htllp A Oray. Cm M.
Nankar.it M Kraii-r ll-urjr .1. IYini-ad V il
ham M ran. ieu. P Krun. Hubert .lohi.i-ton.
John I-;. Mani-neld. Krau-iK II- Ka-al. Jan.! II
Ml.mny . J. tin Kaon, .le. Se luure. KridKrt
Tonillnson. IHn Altiert Klioa. n i.-veri.
J.Mepiiine Hutttnan. Frame Kou-ht. In-. VV. 11 .
suiiiiio-rviile. simun f. MeMullen and J hn Me
". Mra t'orueiiuii Sitt.in May I. 1997 1 yr
Notice t hereby aiveu that harlr.ic been i..
polnte.1 auditor by ti e Court ol 'oiunion Plt-an
o! Oatunria county, u. difHrlbute the lundK in the
la o.l g ol Jocrph A. Oray . aamai.ee ot t.l war, I
1-arabauKb el in , aa Known by , la arc mot 1
will ait at my Mice in 111 Ix r.nah ol r t-etirliurK
on SA I IJKIIAY. At'dl'sr Biril. IST. at lit
o'clock, a M . I.,r the purpxae o HM-hatu li.ic the
luliea ol aald a,i lnluii-iit. when and where all
1-ernonn interested ahall ktiend or lie lorever de
barred Imm cming In on aai.l luml
H. St. MYfcKS.
13. "7. 31. Auditor.
Notice la hereby a iveo that havlnc been ap
p meu auditor by the -oun ol 1 ommon iear ol
J tuiina county .to dlniributa the funda in tbe
bands ol Joaepti A . Oray , aaalam a ot t) A. Kara
b;iUKb et .. aa rhowu uy hia a cunt. I wl ll alt
at ui eni.-e In In- borough ot Koeniiurir. on
KATUKKAY. At'OI'NI', -MtH. ISUT. al IU
o'clock, a. M . lor the purpoae ol .llrchaivinK tbe
dutlea ol naid apMin moot, when and where all
lemma Ictereaied ahall a lend or lie lurever do
barred Irom coining In on aald l-jnd
11. II MY MIS.
AuK. IX t7. St. Aa. Itor
K'lateol Henry Mn?ttnd. dtceaaed.
Ieicer t. a .auientary bavin been arranged la
tbe undermined In the emate ol lleury Maua
held . lale ol Aubvllle; t.'amtirl count. I'a de
clared, no. Ira la hereby (iwii t ail llioae In
debted to aaid estate tn make Immediate pay
meutan.l thofe barini claima aa-tinn the came
to erevent llieui properly au'henf Wated tor Bet
tlemeuU JOHN l I HEKTY,
Joly 30, 18VT. et. Kxecutorr.
I'ame to the 1 retulaea of tbe autwrlber. real.l
Ina in Portaae iownablp.oo Ihe xbth rtay 01 Ju.y.
laal. two uiuiea. one Lay and ooe blca. bulb
amall. the luack tbe laraeat. with no 1 articular
marks. 1'be owner la reueaiet to come lorward.
pme property, pay cb.a-a and take I hem away,
oiberw .ae U,ey will be diited ol arcuruina: to
law. J.il. BKHaUJY,
Aug. 13. VT. 31. t ortaae townablp.
T.iere cam to Ihe premiaea ol Ibe aubacriber
In Watte township, ciamiina county .ou or aiuot
the VI b day ol Auuit, IsvT, a ttucfc ol XI turkea.
(3 old ouea and IS ball grown ulcI.) lb owner
01 aald tarkeya la bereby n. .titled to come and
prove pr, p .rlv. uay rhar and lake Item away
olberwlae Ibey will ih diaposed ol accor.:iiia to
law SKHa.M I AN UAkkK,
While township. Ana;. i3. ia7. Ju St.
St. Auauanne, P O.
Oilers in variety of stock, quality and prices, the greatest inducempnf r.ir n . - ,
Produce to be found within 30 miles. nduccments for Cnsa or stru tly fncy
Wc Buy All Heavy Gccdc in Car-T
We have a lar;e outlet for Fine Color, Worked Solid
Frch Clean Es, Ch.ioe Clean Vegetables, etc.. etc
We xyill not buy unclean e?ffs, or letter that is soft
amWlute no matter how clean or frcK as we cannot se
hen,, and we beheve a fair under.tan.lin is only just lo
he persons who take care and expense to produce the
best results. A poor horse does not brin- the prire of a
good one. even if he sells at nil. Why sh.,U produce?
Occasionally markets will be overcrowded, even with
good gootls or produce. We handle
This spce will keep you in touch with our store by quoting prire and d,.cril.in- -o ,U WT
IV. H. WESTON, GALLlTZiN, PA.
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,
Mooffkig ami SpoiitiBng.
QeF ALL aKLIKTIDS-
Trcad Powers, Threshers and Separators. Iron and Wood Pumps,
Fence Wire, Etc., Etc.,
Orphans' Court Sale .
By virtue of an alias or.ler ol the Orphanr j
t.i.url ol t'auit.ria cnuoty. I., to n.e illiecte.1 I I
will et..,ic i putilic aale at tlie hotel nl mih.o
Naale.in the vill Ke ol St Auutinc. in t:iear-
heltl towpKOip. Cauiiiria county t'ennny IV an i a. i.n j
SATURDAY, SKIT. ITU, ls)7,
at 2 o'clock, r. m. . all the riifht. title and interest
which wiu! ol Jhn Neason. Jecesei, ol, in and
All that certain .ece or ivrel of land aitoate
in the I Town.-hiii ol lieartlcid, I :..u niy ol am
liria. and State 10I IVnny IvKnla. s.t joining laudu 1
I 1. Al. Miechan, I liui. Natla. J..li: M.iut
aomery and tlera d Adama, ct Diamine
more or lem and having tbe'eon erected a I.' M I
lit il'SK aud Ii it harn.
Ten Ie c. nt. el the iurehaiia ni'itiey e tie ptld
In hand at th time ol iale; tlie liaiMn.a ot ne
thinl at the cot.tumt.tlon aale: one tlitnl in one
year and the tenia! ina I hi .1 In lao yearn Irom
en- nrmatli.n il aale. Itclerred payiuenta tn tie
Hecire! ti jiidauietit tiond and mi.rtvMae i.t tbe
urchaner. K.I. LIT I I.t.
Trustee to Fell the real estate i.l Julm Nuaid,
I'attoc. Ia.. auicust i:h. 18C. 3'.
) xse: season
is about over, hut we still have juite a lot
on hand that want to dispose ol' before
putting in fall uoods. There are inanv
things in what are considered Summer
Goods that are suitable for Call wear just
the kind you will need for this time of the
We want you to V ok ovor our stock of Clothing. If there
is any thing you r.eod in the line we in;iy be nble to save you
some money, as our stock is full and we must make room
for fall ami winter goods which will soon be in.
In Shirts. Overalls, H.its. (ilovt-s. Mint in f:c ev.-rvthimr in that line
yon ruttl. we rnrrv a liri; st.x k .if Y.n will no.tI Kniit J trs. Tin fans.
J Hy lJlassrs, Tumblers, i tc, for i.uttint; up irutt UV iinve a large rtm-lt
This Iteing U-tweon se.-ts uis. ms it is calle.!, it is har.l to kimw just what
yoti do want, hut we are keeping up .1 full asi .rtim-nt in all huts, aud
shall lake pleasure in slmwini; you through the ?toek.
If you have not avail
ed yourself of the op
portunity to witness a
in practical operation,
you can do so at the
Ebensburg Fair, Aug.
:U,and Sept. 1,2 and :.
aM'laf.Ur-T.x,. . Tar
i-f te Du
and verv little heat, ex
ccpt just where you
want it. You will bo
amply repaid if you will
spare a few minutes to
investigate its merits.
Ccr. Hili ami Centre Streets, Eiisnslinrg. Pa.
DON'T MISS IT I
The GreatClearance Sale
TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL COODS!
OrncK of VrTeoi.LBK or thi ITumiT.
W AKHiaiiToa. I. ;.. Aru u, ismt.
Wberea. Iijr aatiatactory erlilcm-e tinnnen u. la
the ui iletplKtieit. It haa heen made to afiear that
"1 he l-' ri-t Natlonl Hank l Uwna'iara." In the
Htirnua Ii of r.ien!ar. In tbe ciunty ot :amtirta.
and Siate ol Peiina.TiT.nl. haa cotniile,l with all
Ihe atwtucea ol the lTntted Si lee. rri-aire lobe
cui.lel aim lie lure an aiwclattou ahalt le
am horned Ui eomuienca the tuluora ul tiank
Now. there!., re I. Jamet H li-k-la. IVmtrol
ler ol the .arreo-. do cert my that the "Kirai
N tmnal liana ol tUientiura In tbe IVinntj ol
'atntir.a. and Slalo ol Ci-nanylTani . la author
la n tn commence the hai.nea ol hankirta a
ln Tl.le.1 .nSwlu.il I'l.tT-oun hundred and alz
T-nlneollhe Utvlml Stataea ul the I'uttvd
v 1 In letimnriT hnul wi'nria my
saaL baud and real ot fill re ibia Ninth d.T
( ) ol Augual, IW7.
JAM K II. KI'K KUS.
tkiDai Ivuiler ol Lue i-arrency
Ant. Ju 1W7 .It.
witereu. dt wire. Cecilia Oittlnaa, haa lelt
my tied and hoard without ui nmtur .mii
ration, nonce la hereh aivcn iu a. I peraoni not
to iruat heron my acCvanu aa I will .ajr uo villa
I her couiracttna.
"I HUM AS (IKrriXH.
t'learheld lownahlp. AuBuat M. Is;. it. X.
ittim.r. t'l KFCll aa trnre
buua in. lira uaartaar a fav-wa
wa baa ra. -----mi
We are now hiving the jrreitest R-.luciion Sile over heM in
Norlhern Cambria. We h ive -i jrreat many Suits of which there
are but one or two suits of a kin.I your suit may lie am nr them.
We are selling them reeanlless of cost some almost h ilf price.
We have too many Pants ml to make them seil quick have re
tluceJ them to less than cost of manufacture.
CREAT COT IN SHOES !
All our Ladies', Oxford Ties, Luliea, Mines' anl Uhil.lren's
Tan and Chocolate Shoes have been redutdl to less than cost
Call soon before they are all sul.l ami we will show you some
f a aa
a !-- . 1 i'nsni
And MtOfsriiini in a mmd i-(M.kinir ap-
Jiliatn-i-. ini- t hat is
ti,-i i riaT.T
a Cimil tia-r aim
.-n. n.adi- in alt M in au.J i-. with a
yir .f ni.fiit,c frry want t,f iLr lu,u-e-keTHraI
tti.Ml. rtr. g ltry. ia,r
1 " n.i.r.vni.-m. ami are ni&.1 of
the U-t ni.'.-r'al. ai.d ,y ti,- tj, .rk-tni-n
I l.v tiavc many e,(d points not
fi"'.l in ot lu-r stn
Woiiap'sr c aim f.ir I CI S I IKIIELI- A
hal ran priive no nti.rc. Judce for
Your iiLiney back if not satNlitsl.
a Ebkn'siu kii-II. A. ShiM-inak-r. Ca kKoi iTnw v 1 J Iiiii. i, n . .
:I. K. ISiucir-r. M-AMil.nt-H M. llnidir. Pattox A. M. Tl.iimas. 1 v
V. C- lirir. Sill II riiKS-X. S. liorir .v S.,i, I "
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lorc. i f,.i u. i
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