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THURSDAY, DECEMBEU 17, 18C3.
United States Senator. Among the names spoken of for United States Senator in place of Charles R. Puckalcw, we recognize many of men known in the commonwealth for their in tegrity, their business capacity, and their general talent. Out. of tho list the Legisla ture ought to he aLle to find a man who will serve the State well, and adorn his high -position. It is important at the pres ent time, and necessary in order that Pennsylvania may have her due influence in the national councils, that the person chosen be well qualified for the discharge of tite duties pertaining to the oflice. No man can have qualifications so high that he may not find room for their employ ment in the Senate of the United States One man may be well qualified for the transaction of business, and as a business man may have and' deserve a wide-spread reputation. He may be identified with all the great financial interests of the State, and vet not be the man for Senator. An- other may be a thorough lawyer, standin at the head of his profession, yet fail as a legislator. Another may be engaged in manufacturing industry, and as inti mate with the mineral resources of the commonwealth as with his alphabet, yet it docs not follow that he is a proper man for our next Senator. It is right and necessary that the great material interests of the country should be represented in the councils of the nation by men identi fied with those interests. But the lower house of Congress is the place for such rep resentation. "We can have but two Sena tors. Being only two, they should be dis tinguished for their statesmanlike quali ties. -But what constitutes a statesman ? That's the question, and one easier asked than answered. We do not now think of a better answer than to say that he is a man of such largeness of mind as enables him to judge of political measures by their general results and necessary effects. For instance, a certain class of men proposed at the close of the war to confiscate the property of the Southern people. Now, a statesman might have believed those peo ple to merit such punishment, but he could never have given it his approval for the plain reasons that it would have caused almost endless litigation, provoked . increased bittcrnos nii ti-i towards xrorth, and have injured the wlioie country by preventing a return of indus try and prosperity to so large a portion of it. True statesmanship would die tatc such measures as were necessary to Becurc justice and protection to all and fu ture safety to the nation, and these secur- the bond on which his money was loaned stipulates, and adds ominously, "the lessons of the past admonish the lender f that it is not wll to be over anxious in exacting from the borrower, rigid compliance with the letter of the bond." O Andrew John son ! "from what hight fallen With some other than ... the American people there might be danger in such a proposi tion coming from one occupying so high a place, but thank heaven that while this man is serpent enough both to charm and sting, he "was long since bereft of the pow er to do cither. There are many bad men who are public creditors, but until one wrong cau excuso another the country can not justly repudiate either the principal or interest of her debt. EDI TO RIAL E TCHIHGS. Eggf Snow over two feet deep. J(pgy Sleighing in prime condition. ESf Coming the Holidays. . Read the new" advertisements-. JGQT la demands-turkeys, and the like. S2 The days have begun to lengthen. ., JGQy Helene Western, the actress, is dead. J6FThe season for deer shooting expires on the 1st of January. - . JBsaTMIon. William T. Daughrty, of Bed ford, died suddenly on the 8th: instant. ' '- i Ripe strawberries were gathered on the James river, Va., as late a3 the 6th, ult. J2F Conundrum : What post was the editor of the Freeman born to grace? None. Jg3 Three hundred women, graduates of medical colleges, are now practising' in this country. : "... . JGgy "Worse yon cannot be." Freeman. Not worse than the Freeman. We admit that. J5gy Why don't the editor-of the Freeman iun for Congress again ? The third time is the charm, you know. y" Weston has fizzled out in biswaik of 5,000 miles. He proposes to try it again, commencing on the 5th of January. e? The steamer Hibernia. oatward bound. 21st Congressional district, in the body of foundered about 700 miles off the Irish coast which was a statement to the effect that on the 25th ult. Several lives were lost. some of the St. Xavicr monks had voted gy- The result of the vote of the Electoral fraudulently. But we did not endorse the College will not be officially announced till article. We copied it merely as an item I the second ednesday in February. of current report, and gave due credit to J5 It s singular fact that no President Tlic Alaska Purchase Lobby. and tlic There is much talk about the sums paid to outsiders to procure the ratification of thq Alaska purchase. According to the correspondent of the Worcester Spy, among the sums specified in these reports are such items as New York Tribtine, $20,000; manager of its Washington Bu reau, $5,000; publisher of Washington CJironicle. S25.000. The correspondents of the Times, World, Boston Journal, Phil adelphia Press. Chicago Tribune, Boston A Word. The editor of the Freeman avers that we charged the inmates of St. Xavier's Monastery, iu Westmoreland county, with having fraudulently voted at the last Oc tober election. We did not so charge, and the editor of the Freeman knows it. We copied an article from a Fayette pa per relative to the alleged frauds in the the paper from which it was taken. Yet the Freeman has for weeks been iterating and reiterating that by publishing the ar ticle in question we were guilty of an un called for assault on the St. Xavier monks, and, through them, on the Catholic teli . - . ..." i j -1 yton, ana ostentatiously asKS us to maite amends for the "falsehood." As to the of the United States, up to the present time, has had a child born in the White Uouse Soy it is reported tnat JS. A. Follard, au thor of the "Lost Cause," has been appointed to a clerkship in the N. Y. custom house. J5Sy The editor of the Freeman has gone into the business of abusing our poetry. Better, that, than himself writing bad verses. gy" A new idea. The St. John Telegraph charge being a falsehood, " we have only I gives notice to delinquent subscribers that the word of the editor of the Freeman for that not the best testimony in the world. How does he know whether it is true or false ? To the best of our recol lection, he was in Ebensburg during all of the second Tuesday of October, assisting in piling up the magnificent majority which the Democratic party didn't get, and it is .reasonable to suppose -that he knows absolutely nothing of the alleged occurrence. We make this proposition: If the ed itor of the Freeman will demonstrate, first, that we made any charge whatsoever ainst the St. Xavier monks, 'and, sec- hereafter it will sell their accounts at auc tion to the highest bidder. EST The Freeman calls the editors of The Alleghanian "nominals." But that does not make them such.' For instance, we might call the editor of the Freeman a geBtleman 1 Jpgf The colored people of Washington city have erected the first monument to Thaddeu3 Stevens, in the shape of a hand some school house. ' r Jtgy The Freeman has the word 'Editorial ities" over its item column. Very good title, but wouldn't "Editoria-Zie-ties" be more ap propriate ? We have discovered one Democratic paper that refuses to accept the situation. It is the Greenaburg Argue. Io! - Ml I ond, that such charge was untrue, we win tlian ia8t week it called Grant an cheerfully make all the amends in our J Wfpr." LL. LANGSTllOTH'S PATENT MOVABLE COMB BEE HIE !. . Pronounced the best ever yet introduced in this county or State. Any person buying a family right can have their Bees transferr ed from an old box to a new one. In every instance in which this has been done the re sult has been entirely satisfactory, and the first take of honer has -invariably paid all ex penses, and frequently exceeded them. Proof of the superior merits of this invention will be found in the testimony of every man who has given it a trial, and among the number are the gentlemen named below, and their experience should induce every one interested in Bees to BDY A FAMILY RIGHT I Ilenry C. Kirkpatrick, of Carroll township, took 106 pounds of surplus honey from two hives, which he sold at 35 cents per pound. Adam Deitrich, of Carroll township, took from two nives 100 pounds of surplus honey. James Kirkpatrick, of Chest township, took 6U pounas ot surplus honey from one hive. Jacob Kirkpatiick, of Chest township, ob tained 72 pounds of surplus honty from one Advertiser, Eoeniny Post, and others, are all set down as having been paid various sums each, from 2,500 upwards. Some of them are anxiously inquiring what has become of the money, as it has never been paid to them. The daughters of a mem ber from Ohio got $10,000 each, put this, it is affirmed, was immediately sent back. Robert J. Walker is said to have got 25- hive, worth not less than $21, and the right 000. The certificates for this amount are cost him only $5. n W Wr -fnl from Mm in TW retftr Campbell from one hive obtained 3G -.r . TT 1 . 1 uuuuua ui cujpius uuuiy niuut; iiuie. tononxew jlotk. lie mases no secret m Onit nnmW nf cimiir Qtotpmts of his having received a large sum, but authenticated by some of the best citizens of says it was a professional retainer from the Cambria county, coulJ te obtained in proof Russian government. Tho lobbyists, etc., of th superior merits of Langstroth's Patent were paid in greenbacks, they having been urgent for such payment as soon as the Alaska bill passed. But it is now report ed that Mr. Rigg?, the banker, received from the "high contracting parties this amount in gold, with which he paid back to the Treasury Mr. McCulloch s loan, and netted to himself the nice little per cent. of 70,000, being the difference of 35 per cent, between gold and legal tenders. This commission is said to be outside of what he was paid for eorvices rendered. The "harpies," vexed at being sold, are now talking about the matter, borne say that the difference has been, or is to be, divided among the clamorous in order to hush matters up. Movable Comb Bee Hive. Persons wishing to purchase family rights should call on or address PETER CAMPBELL, jjov. 26, 1868-tf . Carrolltown, Pa. O1 1 later ago 'inebriate power. The editor of the Freeman has been and is now making a handle of this matter with the hope of bringing The Alleghanian into disrepute among the Catholics and of pro portionately advancing himself and his sheet in tho affections of that class. lie The rebel Democracy of Arkansas are banding together to prevent the arrest by the State militia of the assassins whose scores of murders during the past month spread a reign of terror throughout that State. J6a5"" Ilenry Miner, publisher, Pittsburg, has eent ns a copy of his "Pittsburg Alma- RPIIANS' COURT SALE. By virtue of an order of the Orphans Court of Cambria county, the undersigned, Administrator cum teslamento annexo of the estate of William W. Gittins, late of the bor ough of Ebensburg, dee'd., will expose to sale by public outcrr, at the court house, in Ebensburg, on SATURDAY, JANUABY 30, 1869, at 2 o'clock, p. m., the following real estate of which Wm. W. Gittins died seized, to-wit : A certain lot of ground eituate in the west end of the borough of Ebensbuig, beginning at a post at the south east corner of land of William Kittell, formerly belonging to the heirs ot David Todd, dec'd.j thence by the westerly side of the turnpike road, south 44 degrees west, 99 feet to a post, thence by a alley, north, 46, degrees west, 116 feet to a post, thence north 44 degrees east, 35 feet to . post, thence south 72 "de grees east, 140 feet to the place of beginning, having thereon erected a two-story FRAME UOUSE, and other outbuildings. Terms of Sale One-half to be paid on con firmation of sale, and the residue in one year thereafter, with interest, to be secured by the mortgage and Judgment bond of the purchas er. NEWTON I. ROBERTS, Adm'r. Dee. 17, 1868-3t. li. O A T M A N Bees leave to call the attention of the citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity to the fact that he is now opening T tl OTO G R AP II IC Ho 1 every one that want Pictures, come ve to Ebensburg and get tliem I Having located in Ebensburg, I would very respectfully inform the people that I am now fully prepared to take PHOTOGRAPHS in every style of the art, from the smallest Card Picture up to Life bize. ' jtfgr Pictures taken in any weather. Every attention given to the taking of CHILDREN'S PICTURES. Photographs painted in Ul, mata ink. or Water Colors. Your attention is called to my FRAMES roa LARGE PICTURES, .... and PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, which I will sell as cheap as the cheapest I ask comparison, and defy competion. Thankful for past favors, 1 solicit a con tinuance of the same. , Z&$ Gallery on Julian street, three doors north of the Town Hall. augl3 T. T. SPENCE, Thotograper TOIINSTOWN DYEING ESTAB- O LISIIMENT! The undersigned would inform ihe citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity that he continues to carrr on the Coloring business in all its branches, at the old stand on Locust street. Coloring and cleaning of all kindb done to order. Gents clothing colored, cleaned and pressed equal to new. Ladies dresses, silk, cotton or woolen goods, shawls, colored, cleaned or pressed to look as well as new. Ribbons, feathers, &c, colored to look like new. J6Sy Goods sent by express will receive my special attention and returned as. soon as finished. SAMUEL M. RAIXBY. Johnstown, Nov. 26-3m. HO r FOR AUSTIN & CO 'S 0T-1 1 ONE DOLLAR SALE , 1 'WE PBOPOSE TO FIGHT XT OUT OS this . . auwiji AUENTS 1 WANTED!! adied and gentlemen in every town AUSTIN- & CO3 GREAT ONE SALE Of rich and lnakT ine nothinc but valuable Rrt;-i L0c? 11 every family. Each and vt-- .. i sold for one dollar. To any person 1 1 up either of the chib3 below, we x ill tl U a Watch. Dress Pattern, Piece of Sh. of extra cost. .Our inducements to have always been nearly double thon f M. RE1 It i r tf T. i ' ..tl' 1. cd, to wm back all alienated people to ha3 been aml ia doin tlf J3 h t vandl f. , m.t.rtrftlnr!r-1 OTW, U loyalty and affection. I maliCious!v. "Well, it's just like him, and sought after by the ireneral public. ': Price 10 W e know no man now oeiore uio peo- pCrhap3 we outfit not to complain. Rut pic of our State who is adorned with a we tiat hQ weicome au Q makc3 by the performance. AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF HOLIDAY GOOD Consisting in part of greater number of statesmanlike qualities than John Scott, of Huntingdon. Like Caesar's wife, his integrity is above suspi cion. Whether as regards the motives that influence him, or the means he may use to secure his ends, or his conduct as a private citizen, no man can say that he is not au honor to himself, his friends, and namC(j the commonwealth. Communication. Ebensburo, Dec. 14, 1868. To the Editors oj The Alleghanian : Throughout the State a good deal of concern is mamlcstcu as to who shall be our next U. S. Senator. Good men are in connection witli that honorable Andrew Jo an sou's Message. Andrew Johnson has for the last time been the author of an annual Presidential Message. A few weeks more and he shall retire from the public view, "unwept, un- honorcd, and unsung" even by his politic al friends. Almost any other man having taken issue with the party that elevated cents. JG Tho Freeman says that one of the editors of The Alleghanian is a "serpent." The serpent referred to takes pleasure in pre senting the editor of the Freeman the advice contained in Lawrence's famous motto for hia battle flag: "Don't tread on me!" figy The Freeman, judging from tho Urge quantity of original matter which each week appears in The Alleghanian, concludes that we havfc at least four editors." Thank you. A glance over the columns of the Freeman will readily satisfy any reasonable man that that paper has barely one editor. fiST A vigilance committee from Seymour, post ; and I find that Hon. John Scott's friends are not confined to our own moun tain district, but are numerous all over the State. It appears that this modest. Chris tian gentlemen is appreciated by the peo- Indiana, on the lltb instant, went to New pie, whatever designing politicians ana Albany, Indiana, and broke open the jail and may think oi nim, lor ne cannot be used for base purposes. He knows his duty, and dares maintain it. He is an accomplished scholar, a fino lawyer, a statesman, and an honest. man, and it does appear that our Legislators mean to inn- A him to tho Vice Presidency, and been de- tatc the example of the American people feated as he has been, would have endcav- when they drafted Gen. Grant as their . . i ii: candidate for the Presidency by drafting the next U. S. Senator out of the town of Huntingdon. Dexter. orcd by rational means to regain public confidence and the affection of hifi former party friends. But Andrew Johnson rhonses to insult Loncrress and the coun try, and to disgust thoso who would now stand by him, if he would standi ni? room. The 1 Revf.rdy Johnson. A correspond ent of the Pittsburg Chronicle, describing I fhn nnnniner kcptips nf I ,nnirrPRJ mn lrf tho I " t a i ir-i Onlv five them I . " o- l scuuoi nu siuuieu grammar. Jb following mention of a resolution introduc- r. rir t,,i .,.,h ;et. nipssarro thnt. . i xi - tt l tt I ' o- I cam tue nousu uyourrqircbcuiamc. mr. i lorvv ftn hanged four desperadoes, named Frank, John and Simon Reno, and Charles Anderson. They were charged w.ith murder, burglary, and a host of other crimes. We are under obligations to Mr. A. Winch, publisher, 505 Chestnut St., Phila delphia, for a copy of the "Old Franklin Al manac" for 1669. In addition to ,the usual contents oi a good almanac, it contains a necrology for the current year, a chronologi cal table of important event3, and other val uable information. Price 20 cents. Jgfeiy The editor of ihe Freeman went to He went but a mastering the lv as fur as the adinrtivA Honnrtnipnt i - -i l . i I r 11 : it..- 3 1 I " . was nis providence ro lay ucioru cu luorrcn, ronsuriug mo auuca aiiu uiouey Lastwctk he gave us a specimen ot bis skill houses of Congress gave him an opportu- smncs oi .umistcr- xveveruy uouiisoa in .Q lhe uge of adjectivcs by styling one of the nitv that a wise man would have gladly ..9. vi i j ' J v v I '( lur vrnp.rablo Minister tn Knorr-inn was improved. The question of reconstruction I the ob:ect of cial - attention from had been fought and settled. It was Mr. Moriill, of Pa. It was in the form of hia duty to accept the decision of the peo- an intimation that our distinguished diplo- ple. Ho could have done so without loss mat lias indulged i.n practices prejudicial of di-nity. By endeavoring to co-operate v V.f rVst au w . , J J it , 1 ,, Before Minister Johnson wont abroad it with Congress on other questions, he would was knQwn in CQuntry aod Kng. have done a practical good, would have iand that he was very partial to English caused much of the past to be forgotten. I life, and very popular with English people and would have regained at least a part ot account oi ms assimnaviou wiw-auu his former standing. Put as a leopard cWl o tnc nanus anu pecuiianues cannot change his spots, neither 'can An- 8;stentiv witn his prejudices, and in doing drew Johnson his folly. He makes his has disappointed no one. With a full last message his worst, and displeases his I knowledge of these facts he was unani- lriends no less than his enemies. He must mously confirmed by the .benatc, and the ii1W rCLiru Willi l auiumuii uucaiuu, 1110 r in 1 , r i ll 1 i.ow amv , Morrell s resolution was referred, will have Fancy Candles, Stick. Caudles, Gum Drops, Popped Corn, Figs, Raisins, Prunes, Currants, and NUTS OF ALL KINDS. Every article necessary to trim a "Christ mas Tree" complete may be found on hand and for sale cheap. M. L. OATMAn. EBENSBUIIG & CRESSON 11. B. CO. Netice is hereby given to the stock holders of the Ebensburg and Cresson Kail road Company, that the annual election for a' President and twelve Directors of said Company will be held at the office of Hon. A. A. Barker, in the borough of Ebensburg, on the second Monaag, lltfi day of January, 18C3, beginning at the hour of one, and closing at 4 p. m. ABEL LLOYD, Sec'y. Dec. 17, 1868. E STRAY. Came to the residence of Michael F. Hammers, in Summerhill township, Cambria county, about the 8tt December last, 18 head of SHLEP, some with left ear off and others with holes in the ears one having a bell on. The owner i3 requested to come and prove property, pay charges and take them away. Dec. 17. 3t. M1C11AKL k HAMMERS. E STRAY. Came to the residence of the subscri ber, in Wilmor borough, on the 8th ot Aug. last, a spring BULL calf, red, with short tail. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property and pay charges, otherwise he will be disposed of according to law. Dec. 17. ANDREW D. CULLIN. EES J. LLOYD, successor of Jt. S. Dunn, Dealer in PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, AND DYE-STUFFS, PERFUME RY AND FANCY ARTICLES, PURE WINES AND BRANDIES FOR MEDI CAL PURPOSES, PATENT MEDICINES, &c. Also: Letter, Cap, and Note Papers, Pens, Pencils, Superior Ink, And other articles kept by Drupjrists generally. Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded. Office on Main Street, opposite the Moun tain House, Ebensburg, Pa. Taugl3 E W T A I L O It SHOP'. N The subscriber has removed his Tailor Shop into READE'S NEW BUILDING, on Center Btrcet, near Colonadc Row, and re spectfully informs hi3 old customers and all the rest of mankind that he is now prepared to manufacture all kinds of GENTS AXD YOUTHS' WEARING A P- PAREL, in the latest style of the art, with neat ness and dispatch, and at low rates. Eg?- Persons needing work in my line are respectfully invited to give me a call. D. J. EVANS. Ebensburg, Aug. 13, tf. other house in the trade, and our lanreir creasing business warrants us in com;,; the same. Take particular notice of tbi I 'Jui "jjcia iire uui requireu 10 pay one ,J lar ior ineir presents, Dut receive tLe -for their services in getting up Clubs, pv examine tne followinc:. TERMS TO AGENTS. Any person rendiner us a Club nf t $1, will be entitled to receive for theV any one of the five hundred articles o Exchange List. (See Circular) For a Club of thirtv. with St V. will be entitled to one of the following cles, viz: Meerschaum Pipe, 20 v' uieacnea or A.rown febeetincr, Eletrant Si' plated Five-bottle Revolving Castor, 1 Fi .uress J.-auern, 1 aozen estra quality Co Hoac, Fanc7 Colored Ued Spread. I Iarr i. r t t ... ev .Lumusn. ixuic vuttT, .uorocco Album pictures, AlI-WooI Casbiraere for pun's. est, 1 pair Ladies' Serere Contrive;: v. u"1 i"1"iy i uozen nne Linen Towp larsjcsize v orsted Sbawl, Ladies' Wc, plated Chain, Splendid Shopping Bag with lock and key, Set of I elry with Sleeve Buttons lo match 1 V; u uw, j uoz. oiiirt Uosoms, 1 White V H'it, i e-iegant lilack Walnut tf box or Writing Desk. For a Club of Fifty, with $5.-1 pair wool Blankets, yards fine CasshW . ants and Vest, 1 black or colored ' Dress Patern, 1 solid Gold Scart Pin f Oents' Calf Boots, SO yards BkAcLec lrown bheetine. 2 yds. donhl for Ladies' Cloaks. 1 Fur Mufnr ivm,. yards Print fast colors, 1 Square Thibet S l plain poplin Dress Pattern, 1 decant J ..jr r,aieo. uastor, l.pair G une onirts, genuine Meerschaum Pit. case, 1 set of Lace Curtains. For a Club of One Hundred, wUfc $10.-1 neavy suver-piatea engraved Ice Vitcncr, yards Bleached or Brown Sheeting, l Merino or Thibet Dress Pattern, I set of It handled Knives and Forks, 1 pair suc White Wool Blankets, yards all-wooil cy Cassimere for suit, elegant Beregc 1 Pattern, 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver Hun case Watch, 1 Bacon's Six-barreled Revc. Silver-plated engraved Six-bottle Hevoi Castor with cut glass bottles, FineWoolU for Ladies' Cloak, 25 yards Hecip Carpe; 1 pair fine Damask Tablecloths Napkin match, .2 heavy Honeycomb Quilts, I Ik hand portable Sewing Machine, 1 WoolL Shawl, nice Fur Muff and Cape, 1 pair G:. French Calf Boots. Fcr a Club of Five Hundred, with $30.4 yaras extra oolen Carpetines, 1 e' iiuniing-case vvatcn iwaltbain, wnrri oueyear,) 1 elegant Chamber Set 'black - nut trimmings, 1 haircloth Spring Suf.u - For a Club of One Thousand, with. $1C 30 yards Brussels Carpets. 1 rarlorSetc plete, 1 Ladies' or Gents' Hunting C Watch and Chain, 1 complete set of rich i kio r urs. - . F or larger or smaller Clubs wo wi'iW present of proportionate value. Agents or customers mar at r.nr tlnM a selection ot gooJs from the Exchange L ana by sending Une Dollar for each art have the goods forvrtirded to them wit first ordering checks -, Yut iu such casu premiums will be given. DIRECTIONS. Send Urge sums of mo. by Draft on New York or BoEton.oi press. e wilJ pay txchancre on aUsu: $25 or more. Smaller sums sIiouH b- by registered letter or by postal inoner c It will be impossible to lose money se either ot the above ways. W e will no responsible for money lost, unless se above directed. See that your letter; properly directed and stamped, as no I1 are forwarded unless prepaid. Yri:e address in full, Town, County and St.t;c Agent3 wanted in every Town and u Address AUSTIN & COMPANY, No lOt, mer Street, Boston, Mass. Dec h G REATEST DISCOVERY OF AGE I N EW CHEAP CASH STORE ! ! Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy Soaps, lienor worso than tarnished, hU uauie a to recommend those who sympathize with ty-w6r4 aud a meeting, hated by iocs and Ir. Morrell on the 'interest and dignity' despised by friend. question, to 'suffer and be strong,' until, But a if Ui complete or cniDeiUiiii ms closij) career with an extra touch of in famy, he propoees that the public creditor -i.ii ,,. t l. nnvl the iutei'L'St for which in the course of political events, relief comes. TnE Soldier and Sailors' Army Rc uuiuu met at Chicago Tuesday, 15th iust. editors of The Alleghanian a "long, lean, lank, leather-sided, hungry Ebensburg .Radical. Which is not so bad considering his chances. jgggr Is the consumption of spiritous li quor beneficial to society? Sometimes. One day last week, a conductor on the P.anhandle j Patent Medicines, railroad stopped his tram to out off a drunk- I i ure .apices, en' passenger. : When he attempted to start again, a large rock was discovered on the track immediately in front of the train. If no drunken passenger had been on (he train, it would not have stopped ; and if it had not Btopped, there mst inevitably have been a disastrous collision. ! jggy"A constable and recruiting sergeant in Harrisburg have been arrested onla charge of conspiring to abduct. It appears! that the son of the complainant had enlisted in the army, but owing to his being under age the court granted him a release from the array Scarcely had he been released before he was JVEMMON & MURRAY, EBENSBURG DRUG & BOOK STORE! Lkhmok & Mcecay, dealers in Pass Books, Blank Books, Prayer Books, Bibles, Histories, Novels, School Books, Jewelry, Photograph Albums, Pipes, Tobacco, Cigars, and Snnff, Pure Liquors for medicinal purposes. tbensburg, August Z0, lob8-3m. BOOT and SHOE EMPORIUM ! The subscriber beers leave to inform Flavoring Extracts, Cap Paper, Post Paper, Note and Billet Paper, Fens, renews, Penknives, Pocket Books, The subscriber would inform the citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity that he keeps con stantly on hand everything in the GROCERY AND CONFECTIONERY line, Biich as Flour, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, nil kinds of Crackers. Cheese, Smokintr and Chewing Tobacco, Cigars, tec. CANNED PEACHES AND TOM I TOES: Also, Buckskin and Woolen Gloves, Wool en Socks, Neck ties, &c, all of which will be sold as cheap it not cheaper luan elsewhere. A full assortment of Candies ! . JBSf Ice Cream every evening. aug!3 R. R. THOMAS TVTOTICE O-i The partnership herctcfore existing betwen the undersigned, under the firm ol E. HUGHES & CO., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All debts duo to or by the firm are to be settled by THOMAS J. LLOYD, who continues the Lumber business at the old stand. E. HUGHES, THOS. J. LLOYD. Ebeusburg.'August 21, 18C3. The undersigned will continue buying and selling Lumber. The highest market price will be paid, tn cash, for all kinds of good Lumber. Particular attention paid to filling orders. raul31 TliOS. J. LLOYD. BENTL EVS NON- EX PL OS I VE Jt: POLITAN OIL! M. L. Oatman, Sole Agent for Can1- The subscriber desires to call the" ot the oublic to the tact that he hasp' sed the right for Cambria count k "Ber.tley's Non-Explosive Metropolis which he claims to be the BEST, CHEAPEST, Si Oil manufactured. The advantec c for this Oil are : 1. It is clear and clean. 2. It is non-explosive and ep.fc. 3. It will not grease your LanJi, furniture, or carpets. 4. It is fifty per cent. c1ipPct l other Oil. Price, only lo cents a qcJ- TRY IT II BUY IT!!! One and all who have used it p"1" it to fivi entire satisfaction. Given- aud be convinced of the above TOWN SniP AND BOROUGH SK- for sale at the store of M. L. OATMAN, Three doors east of Crawford's Autr. 13.1 Ebsw TTOUSE AND TWO LOTS FOR JLX SALS - Tho subscriber offers at private sale his House and two Lots, situate in Belsano, Cam- I mmTT m nvTutf bria county, nine miles west of Ebensburg. kflUE PROTECTION MlITUAl The Lots are C6 feet each, in front, and run X INSURANCE COM PAN o'1 back 200 feet. A good plank Frame Uouse 1 COUNTY : fi necessary out buildings. A good well of J said company that the annual f'ec ' water, ana cnoice fruit trees oi au kindf. uoara ot directors win or u- - mil C - ci t ! r x I TVTTTTV 1 OM l.i.;r llt cituttuut: lur a cieani &ugiu ui ten or iAfluani, ioiw, utiu - . j by Davis St Evans, on Center street, Ebens burg, where he will carry on the business on an extensive scale. READY-MADE BOOTS and SHOES For sale at City Prices. followed and taken to Carlisle barracks, and BOOTS and SHOES made to order for some time his whereabouts was entirely" On shortest notice ! unknown to his afflicted bxother. The coni t.a"1'1 P0'6 invi-ed ,to Ee me a stable and recruiting sergeant have been held warrant my stock and make to n-ive satisfac. l to answer the charge of abduction. J tioa. faug!3 JOHN O. EVANS. the public that he has opened out a Boot and f - , I O - bnoe atore in ine rooms iormerly occupied fifteen horse power. T. S. EMPFIELD. for terms inquire of George W. Empfield, ueisano. Sep- 17,3m.J lltb,)" l . i - r li ..innlr o m - Rf" p.m. -R.J.LL01P.' Dec. 10-td. HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. rriAKE NOTICE ! Mrs. Marr Owens offers for Bale her I JL All nersons indebte uou3e, situate on the corner of Oglo and Mary Ann streets. The house has lately been re built and fitted up with all the modern im provements. Terms liberal. For further mtormation Inquire of GEO. M. RKADE, All persons indebted to the ok account are hereby nova T JL on Book Ann mak'i stuiemeui i- counts oi tnose iirgcn"i, a i a. i i rtf a nrJL collectioa after the first of Janu -Viv Agent,