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DAY:::::::::::::NOVEMBER 14. sutJEa and Cresson Railroad .d after Monday, Ajtl. 29, 1867, traini last IC8 d will ran as louows : .VE Ebensburg ,rQ0 A. M., connectin A' f',af nd Phil. Exd g with Day Exp. rflQt ana mil. inn. west. 1 - V - 7 A. , , p M.t connecting -with Phila. Exp. iU East and Mail Train West. rA i A.M., or on departure of Thil. Eioress west. 40 p M., or on departure of Phila. Express East. form Natters. Wo subjoin the .mP fll 1116 UIUIO vin" ov n VaiiDg session of our county Courts : ) Grand Jurori. p. McGough, Foreman, Washington. Alleghany Joseph Walters. f...ii;-v Ah ram Makin. Cambria tp. John J. Hughes, Geo. Mills, :ard rarnsn. i t,itri3 storm. louemaugh boro. a. i T, Joseph Sboemaker. "u. n n. Evans. J. D. Parnsh. iSin-Michael Clark, Henry McDade, 1 Parrish. ,;bnstown W. C. Lewis, Jos. Coons. p-o'pect Michael Linney. 1 vv.J Joseph Bomgardntr. v, Wm. litadrick. -Timothy Sheehan, Chri?. Walters j.-vr-Joun 1. fctrayer. Troverse Jurors First Wee?t. X'JepUanv Francis Cooper. ITUckltck Jost-ph S. Mardis. t'aubria tp. Peter II. Berg. J Cambria boro. John Coad, W m. A. Krise, Mc.Vnany. CarrolUown Jos. Behea, Nicb. Nagle. Can oil Wm. J. Buck, Peter Earhait, Pe sr McAleer. . r-i. t,vi T Jfttr.es Shorten. i'lrnrneld John Behea, John b. McMuI- a, George Rulledge, John Zerbec. Cotiemangh boro. aosepu mi - - -npirun, John Haas. Conem.tugh tp. J. Berkcpile, Peter Ku- rts, C Von Luenan, jr. '"vbensbure John J. Evans, John Garnian, vi. Kittell, Jofcn u. Murray. Wlson Andrew Dunmyre, Patrick l. jSown Alver Alters, Perry Bolsinger, Ctttli, John Galbraitb, O. W. Osborne, Jjhs I'arke, E. Walters. Loretto E. J. Little, ilillville Bryan Maguirc. Prospect David Cronan. guminerbill Michael Braniff. rummitville J. W. Condon, O. Rsich. Tavlor Daniel Confer, Wm. Ribblett. W ashington Thomas Parrish. White John Coon, jr. Wilmore John McColgan. Traverse Jurors Second Week. Alleghany R. F. Bradley, Wm. J. Buck, ,'vsev'U Dooson. Blue klick John Nipps, Lhas Kowlana. Cambiia tp. Benjamin Lloyd. Cambria boro. T. McK-iernan, John Maloy. Carroll James Douglas3, Henry Hopple, Ti'illium Wentz. Chest Springs Andrew Callaghan. CkarficIJ Itichard Coians, 31. Lt. Cane, JwChriste. fwemaugh boro. S. D. Canan, James K. Tit-; j. t'onemaugh tp. S. nildebrand, S. Singer. Uleusburg David Jons. Jackson W. W. Harris. Johnstown Wm. Cover, John Flanagan, J.A.Harold, F. W. Hay, S. B. MeCormick, Wm. Orr, W. P. Patton. Loretto Gecrge Yinger. Uillville Peter McDermott. Vunster Wm. B. Dever, Wm. Glass, Jos. Koel, Wm. O'Haro. Richland John S. Blough, Jas. Costlow, Ileary Kiper. Suunuerb.il! Alex. Skelly, Jacob Weaver. SuumUville John Ager. Susquehanna John Amigh, Wm. Burk htrt, Jacob Byrne, John Porter, 11. Sloan. Washington Gephart Bender. Vii'more Wm. Skelly. i Yo'icr M. H. Griffith. WlowiDg 13 the trial list for the Court e Common Pleas : First Wee;. aird vs. Black. Altimus vs. Cooper. Christy vs. Christy. Commonwealt'u vs. Gates et al. trown M.vs. Gallager. s'torm vs. Penna. R. R. Co. Crossmon, Solomon 4 Co .' vs. Hughes & Co. S&tue ..vs. Hamilton. Second ITee.t. ilcDerniitt vs. Mclntire. Shoemaker assic.vs. Klinemyer t al. Pringle adur vs. Pringle. BrotUerhne vs. Smitt. et al. Hte V3. Ellis. :I off man vs. Colclesser et al. Fenlon vs. Duncan. Collins vs. Delozier. Truby vs. Duncun. Krise -...vs. .Nod ct al. CaIv'io vs. Xcel. Lhiingfr vs. Davis ct al. Dunmver vs. Boody's admr. hite trustee vs. McGlade. vs. Same. ndon .vs. Bendon. umpWA vs. McKenzie et al. JfJ,; vs Pa. It. It. Co. '"nncr TS. GrumliDg et al. f1 vs. Carle. -v.'.'ough et al vs. Adams et al. ;Ult"3 vs. Pa. II. K. Co. json .vs. Cowan. p at vs. Demeree et al. osensteel vs. Pa. It. tt. Co. eRg'ey V3. Davis. f atlon -vs. Delozier. Morris ct ux v. pa. It. R. Co. f"fffit T3. Same. jatson vs. Same. licGlade vs. Same. Jllon V3. Mvers et al. V," , -vs. L'vnch et al. tu8l -vs. Devlin. Natch Oux.-Evcrybody carries a atch nowadays, and everybody should carry a good one. The best are ever the cheapest. Do you want to buy a good watch-a gold or a silver onean Amer ican or a foreign watch an elaborate yieu or a puln one ? If eo, go to C. T. .uoDeru-, nigh street. Clothing. See advertisement of Mr John Dougherty, the old and reliable Eb- Mburg clothier. He will give full rat Mfaetion to customers. Etchings. Lena Miller, the Clearfield ! county murderess, will be banged on the 15kh iost....A new jail, of stone, 13 to be built in IIollidayaDurg....Four of Elias and Mary Fraker'a children died during month. The afflicted parents reside in Huntingdon county.. ..A colored boy living at the "Mountain House" in this place got up early on Monday morning and disappeared, carrying with him a pair of boots and some other articles not be longing to him. He was followed to Cresson and made disgorge.... They have got & new town clook in Hollidaysturg... A very destructive conflagration occurred in Leameraville, Blair county, on Satur day. The barn attached to the "Lea mersville Hotel," containing a large quantity of hay and grain, agricultural implements, three horses, two mules, &c, and a 6table, wagon-shed, and corn-erib ;th the entire contents of UUJV4UUq each, were burned to ashes. The loss is estimated at about $5,000.. ..Tho new Catholic church at Carrolltown was dedi cated on Tuesday. Bishop Domenec and other hiah church dignitaries were pres ent and assisted in the ceremonies.... The locomotive ran off the track at our depot ot on Tuesday moruinjT, and did not make connection with the trains at Cresson till .Wm. Boland, of Alleghany township, accidentally shot himself one day last week. He is lying in a critical condition. ...Mr. AVra. llodrisue, brother of Dr. A. Itodrigue, formerly of Ebens- burgdied in New York eity on the 5th. Pardon of William Johnson, the Counterfeiter. The President has pardoned William Johnson, of Altoona, uo arose and pursued the direction indi who was tried at Pittsburg a couple of Cated by the index finger. To niako a months sines and convicted of dealing iu counterfeit Government money. The petition for pardon was signed by prom inent citizens of this State without regard to party, and by large numbers of the citi zens of Blair, Cambria, and adjoining counties. Johnson is an old man, and it was thought that long imprisonment would endanger his life. Going Away. Our friend and towns man, A. C. Mullin, Esq., has accepted the position of Cashier in the Dims Sa- viugs Bank of Ashland, Schuylkill coun- ty, and will shortly remove thither. -A gentleman in every sense ot the word, a good citizen, a good member ci society, and a good fellow generally, we regret to lose him. ISat we can only hope that our loss win D9 nis gam. I i" ware, c xnos. . v nuams, on High street, Ebensburg, has in store and r . . 1 ill ! tor saie notoniy an aetcnpuonsoi un ana sheet-iron ware, but a stock of stoves, which lor excellence and economy can- not be surpassed. If you are thinking of preparing tor cold weather by buying a stove, wnetner ior KitcDen or panor, give Mr. W. a call. Room for All. It is an admitted fact that Mills & Davis' store Toom, on High street, is the largest and neatest in town. It is likewise an admitted fact that Mills & Davis' stock of goods is the cheapest and beet in town. Mill & Davis' is the placo to buy at. LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE. LETTER FROM JOHNSTOWX A SCPfOSED COUN TERFEITER ARRESTED THOMPSON, THE MUR DERER OF YOUNG M'DONALD, TXT AT LARGE BE BIDS DEFIANCE TO THE PEOPLE $250 REWARD OFFERED FOR HIS CAPTURE SEN TENCE OF WRIGHT AXD WALTERS A BELLIG ERENT FELLOW, AC. Johnstown, Nov. 11, 18G7. To the Editor of The Alleghanian : A young man named Kettering was arrested here on the 8th, for passing counterfeit money. He had passed one bill, and when arrested had another in his posses&ion. He Favs he cot the money from his father, who gave bail for his ap , 1 pearancc for a hearing to-day. Thompson, the murderer of young Mc Donald, has not yet been arrested. lie is hiding in the mountains west of town, and has sent in a deCanco for the people to come and arrest him. A party of some twenty went to huut him yesterday, with what result I have not learned. The Sheriff offers 200 reward and Mr. Mc Donald 50 reward for his capture. Wright and Walters, lately convicted before the U. S. Court at Pittsburg of shoving counterfeit money in this place, have been sentenced as follows Wright to pay a fine of i 3,500 and undergo ten years imprisonment in the Western Peui tentiary ; Walters to pay a fine of $3,000 and servo the same term in the same in stitution. A man named Michael Barrett was arrested here on luureday last, for at- tempting to shoot a certain barkeeper. In j t i. , i ., t i. default of bail, ha was Bent to the county jail. U. a ,i i " ... is reported that several of our citi- zens were killed and wounded in the late explosion of the rolling mill iu Pittsburg, . 6 . . , Ihey had been working in the mill for a Jsbort time. Dio. LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE. IXTTXB raOM HEMLOCK TWO QAMf S OF BASS BAIL, AKD HOW IHX7 BXBCLTED LKMOXAPX AFTXB-WAJU, BUT SO tlQTOE. Hemlock, Nov. II, 1867. . To ih Editor of The Alleghanian The Highland base ball club of this place played a social game with the Mi ners' Club of Gallitiin, at the latter place, on Friday, 1st inst. Only four innings were played, resulting as follows i High landers 3&, Miners 25. The trip was a very pleasant one to the Highlanders, one and al) coming away with the belief that a better or more whole-souled set of fel lows than the Gallitzin bojs do not live above ground. The return game between the two clubs was played here last Saturday. After a hard contest, it resulted in favor of the Highlanders. The visiting club were quartered at the "Grant House," where every possible attention was paid to their comfort by the excellent host and kind hostess. After the game, much lemonade was drunk, but no intoxicating liquor, all tan(i3 being Good Templars. o. Lost ! The Johnstown Democrat tells a man who, while lately attempting to cross over from Bedford to Cambria couu- ty, got lost in the mountains, lie wan- dcred about for several days, but was utterly unable to Cud his way out of .the dense and bewildering fastnesses.- At ia3i, weary, sicx, ana aespainng, ne xam himself down to die, when, cisting his eyes upward, he beheld on the trunk of a noDie oaic tree an maex pointing to iue characters "O. H. C. S." Hope revived in heart an gathering new strength h0n; story short .suffice it to say that after traveling for hours, guided at each step by the came device the index and the cabalistic characters-he at last found w 0 w himself in Main street, Johnstown, at the door of the Oak Hall Clothing Store, kept by E. Leopold & Bro. So rejoiced was he at his escape from death that he enter ed the store and purchased one of the best and cheapest buits of ready-made clothing he had ever been. Jcst Arrived. A. A. Barker has just . returned from the Eastern cities, bringing. vfith him an unrivalled stock of ani winter K00ds. His mammoth gtorQ is literally crammed from cellar to garrct with his purchases. That portion of thc public who want to pick up bar- ain3 sh0uld cive him a call. Make a Note. If you should happen t0 be oi down Btreet on the ieft hand sidei0r cominKup on the ri2ht hand side, drop ia fit Thompson's store and look at hia stock of rea(jy ma(ja dotLine, just re- ceived. He can fit you out in a new rig froa top to toe for a mere googt Come. The melancholy days have come, the saddest of the year. Are you prepared to meet them ? Have you pur chased your winter's supply of clothing, groceries, &c. ? If net, go to V. S. Bar ker's. He will fill you out a bill of any size at approved prices. It is kot true that R. II. Singer intends leaving town, as sojae would have it. But on the contrary, he intends to carry on the Uiacksmitning in all its branches stronger than ever. To do so, it is absolutely neces sary to have tools, hands, and iron, all which cost money. Therefore, persons indebted to Mr. Singer for work done in '65, '66, and the early part of '67 will please call round and settle the came. I feel satisfied that my cus tomers will not let me stick. rno?.9t ARRIVAL OF GOODS ! " WINTER John Dougherty ha3 just received a new stock of Ready-made Clothing for FALL AXD WINTER WEAR! consisting of Cloth Coats, Gum Flossed Fab- I vvercoais, i ammouus, eats, xc. Also, Short and Long Flossed Gum Boots for gentlemen. Boots and Arctic Shoes for lad'us, and small Gum Shoes for children. He has received his Quarterly Fashions for the Fall of 18t7, with a larjre number of Patterns for cutting Boys Clothing. His stock can and will be sold CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST I R5 Store on High street, we.it of the "Diamond," Ebensburg. nov!4. ICENSE NOTICE. The following petition for License has been filed with the Clerk of Quarter Sessions of Cambria county, and will be presented for the action of the Court on the hrst Monday or December, 1867. lo wit: looting House. John Strobtn, 3d Ward Johnstown. no!4 GEO. C. K. ZAUM, Clerk S. -VTOT1CE. Notice is hereby given that an assess ment of four per cent, has been laid upon the nremiuni notes of the Protection Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Cambria County, to pay iosae3 recently sustained, and that said assessment will be due ana payable on or before the 10th day of December, next, to h E Koberts, Receiver, at Ebensburg 1 The failure of parties insured to pay at the I time required win vitiate meir ponciea, mu ;"Qerot,anY m&7 enforce collection of the amounts assessed by suits upon their premi- una notes. J - By order of the Board. I . a. C. MULLIN, Secretary, Ebensbure. Nor. 9, GOODS! ffBW GOODS LI-IT CR2AT ATTRACTIONS XK SUMMER GOODSt just orMirura at T. 9. BiRSER'S CHEAP CASH STORE! fisxiT, Pa, lcvr Dreis Goodg, Greatly reduced. Balmoral Skirts, At $2.50, worth $3.00. IIoop SUlrte, At $1.25, worth $2.00. Calicoes. 10 to 20 cents. Merrimack. Prints, At 20 cents. neary Bro. MuiIIm, At 20 cents. Bleactied Dlusllns, At 20 & 25 cents. Slitrllngr Checks, At reduced prices. French Slcrlnoes, Very cheap. Wool Delaines, - At low prices. Pacific Delaines, At 25 cents. Casslmera, - At reduced prices. Kentucky Jeans, 40 to eo cents. -Ginghams, 10 and 25 centf. Clothing, At $20 per suit. Fur & Straw Hats. Vry low. Ticking, cheap. Rid GIOTes, Cheapest in towa. Scythes, $1.00 to $1.50. Bakes and Forks, Very cheap. Brooms, At 25 centi. Wall Papers, In great variety. Carpets, At cost. Gloves, Mitts, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Suspenders, ALL AT REDUCED TR1C23, AT THE CHEAP CASH STORE. MIGLTLST PRICES PAID FOR WOOL, BUTTER, EGOS ALL XIXD3 ojr eouyrsr prod ucm. 33C O.IfeE PQQWa! l?h:omp0O.x'S! ''"3 I C) Q V o S3 H A. o H 0 V cf f 0 Q 9 n o Q s V GO o o H GO 8P GO W o GO GO o ef 0 t3 H 0 o o GO GO GO o o o GO GO bd I H S3 0 Hi P 0 H Q 0 P o- 0 H 0 e H 0 53 t tr m O 3 9 5 t-1 GO c 9 1 1 GO GO w O GO f o w O GO w GO GO o H GO GO Q O o fed. Q V o 9 o Q to V ef 0 4 0 GO & TEIOMPDOJNr'Qi U1CK SALES, A SMALL PROFITS 1 BARKER'S BARKER'S BARKER'S I BARKER'S I BARKER'S ! rBrXSBTJRQ. BARKER'S t XEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS CHEAP GOODS! CHEAP GOODS! CHEAP GOODS! NEW AKI CTTZAP r NEW AND CHEAP r NEW AND CHEAP T GO AND BEE 1 GO AND SEE ! GO AND SEE 1 GO AND SBH t' GO AND SEE V CO AND SEE t The subscriber would respectfully an nounce to the citizens of Ebensburg ca4 vicinity that he baa just received, at his em- porium, on mgn street, ue largos ota post complete assortment Ot Winter Goods! I ever brouent to tnis town, an or wnica he pledges himself to sell theapfor cash. DRESS GOODS, WOOLEN GOOD?, EilBROIDERIES, HOOP SKIRTS, HOSIERY- BALMORALS, GLOVES, HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, &c. The largest, best and cheapest assortment etf READ Y-MADE CL O THING ! to be found within the limits of Cambria m. An excellent assortment of BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, OVER-SHOES. STATIONERY, HARDWARE, GROCERIES FISH, SALT, TRUNKS, NOTIONS, QUE ENS WARE, CARPET-SACKS, &c, &., &- A larga stock of Flour, Bacon, Cheese, Syrups, Molasses, Hsr- rmg. Mackerel, and Cod Fish, Iron and Nails, Cedar and Willow Ware, Oils, Drugs and Medicines, &c, c. In fact, he keeps anything and everything usually kept in a No. 1 Country Store all which will be disposed of at prices to suit the times. Buying twice as large a stock as other merchant in town, he buys cheaper, aud caa therefore sell cheaper, than any competitor. CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS ! CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS I CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS t The public is invited to call before purcha sing elsewnere. JNo charge for showiag goods, buy or not buy. Customers waited on by polite and muta tive Salesmen. Cherry, Poplar, Spruce, Pine, and other Lumber, Butter, Ecgc. aad Coantrr Produce generally, taken in exchange for Goods. rjan24 A. A. BARKER. ilLOCK AND WATCHMAKER ! EBENSBURG, PA. C T. Roberts has constantly in Ms str a well selected and varied -assortment of arti cles, which he offers cheap for cash ; vis: A Silver American WATCn foT $30.00. CLOCKS of every style and finish, at reduce! prices. JEWELRY of the very best material, war ranted. Anchor ami Lepine WATCHES, ee-thir cheaper than in 1866. Gold Finger RINGS, one-third cheaper thaa last year. Morton's Gold PENS, at the manufacturer's prices. Gold, Silver, Steel, and Plated SPECTA CLES, cheaper than ever. Plated FORKS, Tea aad Table SPOON 3 , as cood A3 Silver. Plated CASTORS, Card and Cake BASKETS, GOBLETS, and MUGS. RIFLES aad SHOT GUNS, that will kill at ev?y pop. REVOLVERS and PISTOLS, with. CAR TRIDGES to suit. PIPES of Gutta Percha, Wood, and China. a Lockwood's COLLARS, the best -yon ca. wear. SCHOOL BOOKS, cheaper than elsewhere TOYS and TOY BOOKS, for a meve son?. Singer's SEWING MACHINES Vita Cottaa,. Sillc, and Uil. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, o u0ld from 12 U, 200 Pictures. ACCOItDIANS, VIOLINS. FLUTES. FIFES . Violin BCWS, STRING'J, and KSYS. Ah ; Drums, Whistles, Vmbre'.las, Clothes Brashes,, H.'ir Biwhes, Xooth Brushes, Combs, Dusting Brushes. Scrub Brushes, Looking Glasses, Sewing Basketsv Hand Baskets Rug3, Arnold's best Tfrllis Fluid, Red and Slack Ink. Ink Stands, Pen Racks. Miscellaneous BUak Books, Pass Books, Dlaritt, Almanacs, Deeds, Summons, Notes, Paper, Envelope. Tobacco, Horns, Jcrrsharps, Harmonicas, Trunks, Carpet Sacks, Satthels, Work Eoxesk Portfolios, Gents' Shir tS Gloves, Cvavats, Neck tis, 'Oanes, Suspenders, HAndkrchiefs, rerfo.mery, Soaps, Pocket Book, Cneckers Boards, Domino 3 Paints, Table, Knives, oket Knives, Razors and Strops, Gun Caps, Puiales, Dolls, Beads, Amber Beads, Cigars And many other articles. CALL AND GET BARGAINS: Clocks, Watches, and JewelrT re paired in the best style of workmanship, aa warranted. Thankful for past favors, the subscriber hopes by strict attention to business to zssrit a continuance of public patronage. jan24 C. T. ROBERTS OOT and SHOE EMPORIUM ! The subscriber begs leave to inform the public that he has opened out a Boot aad Shoe Store in the rooms formerly occupied by Davis & Evans, on Center street, Ebsns. burg, where he will carry on the busiacn .a, an extensive scale, READY-HADS BOOTS axd SHOES For sals at City Prim BOOTS ASP SHOES mads to crdtr On shortest notice ! 33 The public are invited to girt me a call. I will sell cheap as the cheapest. nd warrant my stock and make to give satisfac tion.. nnS1I JHN O. JTAKS.