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THURSDAY, MAY 20, 18CD.
M EETING of CO. COMMITTEE. The members- of the- Republican County Committee are requested to meet at the Court House, at Ebensburg, oq MONDAY, JUNE 7tii, IRC9, nt 2 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of choos ing Senatorial Conferees and electing a Rep resentative Delegate to the Republican State t'onventior, and the transaction of Fuch other business as tho Committee may deem proper for the goJ of th" organization. A full attanJ.incc is earnestly requeEted. ALEXANDER KENNEDY, Chairman. The Prevention oi Caiisie. Very fevr rjucstion.s are more jrorthj of litcusiton tlian that now occupying the minis of so many thoughtful people rela tive to the fruitful sou rccsc.f crime and the means of preventing it. The agitation so far has been coiifincd chiefly to the effica cy of different systems of prison discipline :md the influence of education on morals. A conviction 13 rapidly gaining ground that our systems of discipline are lament ably defective, but. vLat constitute ine remedy is a puzzle that as yet has received no satisfactory scuitieii. Thoughtful people are also beginning to suspect that intelli gence and literary education are not to be depended on as bulwarks fur the preserva tion of morals. Such sentiments in re gard to the efficacy of scholastic education have been usually esteemed a heresy by our people, but heresy or orthodoxy, they are rapidly gaining ground. As to the means of securing public and private morality, a newspaper article is too short to give opportunity for more than a mere glance at them. Yet it is through the agency of the press that the discussion of the question for the benefit of the peo ple must be carried on. AVe shall, then, take for granted that efficacy is to be found in the means of prevention by inducing to virtue rather than in any particular meth od or rigor of punishment. Though the first object of punishment is generally es teemed to be the reformation of the offen der, yet such efforts, worthy as they are, constitute the least efficient agencies in the prevention of crime. Nor docs it seem at all clear, at least to our mind, that the offender's reformation is made the chief object of punishment on grounds of good philosophy so much as through a com mendable philanthrophy. The Eolitary system was devised with special reference if anything is capable of demonstration, then was it plainly demonstrated in our own county Court that the. system was a total failure in that respect. Within the walls of the Alleghany penitentiary, the murder of Cassie Munday and Tolly Paul, among the most cold-blooded on record, was devised by prisoners occupying differ ent cells, and directions and descriptions were so accurately given by one party to iithers soon to be released that they follow ed them as easily as one who guides his course by the wake of a ship. As to the ftjuence of literary or other education of an inteRtftual character in the promotion of morality, it comes to this : The properties of man's nature are threefold physical, intellectual, and mor al. We could with as mr.ch propriety, train the moral to develop the physical, or the physical to develop the intellectual, as to train thj intellectual to develop the moral. Yet those who advocate scholastic education and the spread of general intel ligence in order to secure morality are do ing this very thing, this very absurd thing. Whoever will trouble himself to go on the fctrects even of our villages, will find some men weak in intellect and ignorant as rcs fcible, who are scarcely less harmless than pigeons, and others of the same class as vi cious as a cross dog, and immoral as immor ality itself. So, aho. will!.' e find the same dif ference in men of intellect and culture. Intellectual education is a good thing, a splendid and necessary tiling, but it is not to be depended on for the maintenance of nioralltv. On what, then, are we to rely for the promotion of morals ? asks the reader. Not on statutes, not on intellect nor intel lectual education, but on the training of the j-oung "in the way they should go, and when they are old they will not de part from it," answers the editor. Many adverse influences may exist, by reason of bad laws, or financial or political troubles, that will often overthrow all that private effort may do, but private effort, and jt alone, prompted by " parental love an le depended on for uprighl, well ?al;;neod men and women. Mora! socie ties piohibtting this or that vice necessa rily make lop-sided creatures. Among a people who receive :t Christian religion, it alone is able to organize and concentrate and give the greatest effect to private ex ertions. . (j jLV Is quoted at 1 i-. Tlie Tlirec-Cornercd Alliance. The country was startled one dry last week by a cable dispatch from London stating that the initial steps for an alli ance, offensive and defensive, between Great Britain, Franco and Spain against the United States, had been taken. The rejection of the Alabama treaty, the tone of Mr. Sumner's speech, the alleged filli bustering tendencies of General Grant's Administration, and the reported conni vance at expeditions from the United States against Cuba, were given as the pretexts for the alliance. It is now shrewdly supposed that tlie whole story was concocted iu the interest of Wall Street. Though startled at first by the sudden ness of the report, no American was frightened by it. Every one knows that England cannot afford to cngacre in hostil it ics just at present, for Ireland and the Canadas only wait the fitting moment to cut loose from the "mother country" and strike her full in the face. A war be tween England and the United States would give them that opportunity. France has a large enough job on hands to watch Prussia, while Spain Ic -if Rti o.v,uuui; as to bo scarcely worth mentioning. We judge the United States are in no imminent danger from a tripartite alliance cs reported, and even were that alliance perfected, we feel reasonably sure that our government could and would devise ways and means to successfully enable it to meet the '"tug cf war." Anent the laying the last rail of tho Pacific Railroad, we find the following semi-official announcement in the daily pa pers : "The telegraphic instrument was adjusted, and at 2: 27 p. m.. Promontory point, 2,400 miles from Washington, snid to the people congregated in the various telegraph offices : 'Almost ready ; bal3 o".!"; prayer is being oflfer C'V A silence for the prayer ensued. At 2:40 the bell tapped. Again, and the ofiice at the point said : "Wc have got done prayer. The spike 13 about to be presented.' " " 11 e have have (jot done prayer." As a specimen of chaste and expressive An gle Saxon, we submit that th's dispatch is without parallel. " Tic have got done prayer. The $piJ:c is about Lfing present ed." The connection here made between thing spiritual and things terrestrial be tween a prayer and a spike is so intimate and so exceedingly elegant that the won der cannot fail to be created that the tele graph author thereof is simply an operator on the lonely heights of far-away Prom ontory Point. He certainly ought to be President oi'A)SXs' The world moves ! As an indication of this fact, we quote the subjoined reso lution, passed by an Irish association of the District of Columbia, at Washington city, on the 15th iustant : "Resolved, That we. the members of the Irish, Republican Association, favor the nom ination of a competent colored man on the general ticket." A few -ear3 ago, the proposition to ac knowledge a colored man as fit for any position iu life except that of a slave or a scullion would have been indignantly seouted by nine cut of ten white men. That was in the days when Roger E. Tan ey's infamous decision obtained that "ne groes had no rights which white men were bound to respect." Now, the negro is being raised to his proper position in tnP scale of humanity, and it is found that he is not unworthy the elevation. Thus, slowly, but surely, justice and com mon sense are conqutr.ino caste prejudi ces. By reference to a card elsewhere, it will be noticed that the Republican County Committee of Cambria county are called to meet at Ebensburg 6n Monday, June 7i.li next, "for tho pur" pose of choosing Senatorial Conferees and electing a repre sentative delegate to the Republican State Convention," &c. Wo think it would have been infinitely preferable to have called !he County Convention for that day, and allowed the newly-chos.cn delegates to have indicated the preference of the county for Governor. Put as the county Committee have been called to meet to perform the work, we hope there will be a full attend ance of the members. Postmaster General Creswell has com pletely reorganized the special mail service. Tlie country has been divided into six di visions, and these arc sub-divided into districts. The first division has two dis tricts, the third, fourth and fifth three each, and the sixth six. Each division has a chief officer, styled Assistant Super intendent Railway Mail Service, whose salary is about $).100, and also a Special Agent to investigate mail depredations. Each distiict has an agent called Postoflicc Inspector. There are also several "agents at large." The Superintendents are re sponsible for postal affairs over the whole of their diviin?. At Frankfort, yesterday evening, ted States buncU closed at SG. UhL- OUR WEEKLY DIGEST. EST" See new advertisements. Cold the weather. Ugh ! jRgySee market reports elsewhere, jggp Reading matter on every page. All over town mud in abundance. In demaed Overcoats, ct cetera. gy Ditto : namely, to-wit warm fires and such. IT" Strawberries are in our eastern mrfcets. Thirteen Dew subscribers were ad ded to cur list the past week. Juniata Furnace is ia bias. Tern. Tin. Egg The Tern. Tin. has been in blast for some time. E2& Rum and ruin go hand-in-hand. Tern. Tin. Sodo Thompson and the Vindica tor. Bg, Hon. E. B. Washburne, our Min ister to France, has arrived io Paris. New Hampshire contains G;000 Free Masons. BgU An elephant race is to be a new sensation in Cincinnati. BQf Commodore Goldsborougbs wife died in Philadelphia weolf. f EST" A f'rooJuau In Montgomery has invented a cotton plough. JCSy'Dies bard, The AlleyTianian." Tern. Tin. Lies hard the Tindicator. C,The annual Convention of the Teachers of Pennsylvania is announced to be held at Pittsburg, commencing on the 10th of August next. ElIt is reported that a Papal Nun cio is to be sent to the United States, as soon as the President shall avow his read iness to receive him. Xg. Gov. Curtin will leave on the lGth of June for St. Petersburg. Gen. Clay has written that he will remain until Curtin arrives. E3The editor of the T. Tindicator was at first. a simple doctor. It is now said he is a corn doctor. We hope he will never become a corned doctor. Fact No. i. Alister Thompson came to town, Hi din' on a pony, Bought hisself a prinlin' shop, And thought it maccarony. Fact No. 2. Mister Thompson wrote some thing?, All for the Vindicator, Ilia ears stuck out he was an nss He brayed it was his natur'. The Postoffice Department has established a through line to tlie Pacific coast on the new railways, and will kave an immense omouns ot money thereby annually over the stage system. E, Tie Atteyhanian says a good many of the trout np that way will weigh a pound. Don't doubt it; but Low many of them? Standard. How ninny trout in a dozen ? Au? uu.unui curtin pays ne would feel still prouder of his great State "if the thousands of wounded men who are at the corners of our streets grinding organs and picking up a scanty livii-g by beg ging, were provided for." ErU. Mr Redford, mother of Dr. Bed ford, died at Waverly, Luzerne couoty, the other day in the ninety-sixth year of"her age. She was a participant in the bloody scenes of massacre when the Wyoming val lev was laid waste by Butler and Brandt and thtir savage followers. JFSIn Other days, Kings had not only their wise men, their soothsayers and as trologies, but they had also their court fools. We suppose that Father Mathewand John B. Gougli are the wise men of the temperance cause, and that ti;e editor of the Williamsburg Tindicator is its profes sional and paid fool. Bt,The official assurance that Secre tary Boutwell meao3 to enforce the Sink ing Fund Act in gocd faith, has imparted fresh buojancy to Government bonds. The demand is sharp, both from foreign dealers and home investers, and the prices for the most part aTe the highest ever reached. Colonel Jordan, Secretary of the Comruoij'Tvealth, has prepared all the ne cessary blank to be used under the new Registry Law, and will send copiesof the same to tho. proper county officers within a few days. The blanks will therefore be uniform, and prepared in accordance with the law. EuThe Fulton RrpuLlican says: Hen ry Spannuth, svho lived two miles west of McCounellsburg, died on la-t Sunday morning of the loathsome disease of "clan dcrs." Mr. S , it is said, has been deal ing io glandered horses for the last few years and Pcveral havo died for him. About a week ago he took sick, and since that time to his death developed this offensive and dangerous disease in all its forms. Xft, The Bedford Inquirer says that on Thursday, April 20th, 1SG9, a man named Joseph Brant, living in Harrison tp., about half a mile north of Buffalo Mills, when going to his work after dinner, heard his dog barking not far from the road, and upon going to the place found a large blacksnoke lying by the side of a stone pile. After procuring a weapon, with which ho killed it, he found that it had two perfect heads, one on eacli end. j&S- Hereafter, soldiers, or their heirs, bounty-claimants from the Government, will receive their funds directly from the Pay Department at Washington, the at torney handling no funds whatever except Lis own fee, which the Government trans mits to him directly. The claimant re ceives oie cheek, and tho attorney the other. Tin's new arrangement takes off -et under the joint resolution of April 10th, and is intruded to protect claimants from frauds and extortions. S5John W. Pittock, editor of the Pittsburg Leader, has been sued for libel by one Ford. Daniel Boone firstset foot in Ken tucky on June 7, 17G9, and the people of the btate propose celebrating me cen tennial by a grand barbecue and festival at Frankfort. E,Tin:Rn is a man in Chicago who possesses so remarkable a memory that he is employed by the various benevolent societies to "remember the poor." r3 A party of Americans, makiug a boat journey up the river .Nile, were re cently attacked by the Arabs. The latter were defeated, but two of the Americans were killed. The report of the Adjutant Gen eral of the Grand Army ot tno Republic shows thai there are in the United States thirty-seven departments and 2,050 posts of that order. Delaware, with tho eyes of all the world upon her, erects and inaugurates a bran new whipping post. Ten persons were publicly thrashed at New Castle on Saturday. IgruThc survivors of the famous old Pennsylvania Reserve Corp3 hold their annual meeting this year at West Chester. Chester county, on the secor-d day of UUC. Ef?U The Republicans of Ohio will nominate candidates for Governor, Lieu tenant Governor, Judge of the Supreme Court, and Attorney General, at Colum bus, on Wednesday, June 23. XQ, The reports heretofore circulated in relatiou to the safety of Dr. Living stone; tlie great African explorer, i'. would seem, turn out at last to be groundless. The impression is now that he is realK' dead. 2?" The Connecticut Senate ha rat ified the Fifteenth aoiendmett o the Uni ted States Constitution. The House will undoubtedly follow, and thus another Northern State may be considered pledged to this great vindication of human rights. tM. The solitary system has been par tially dispensed with in the Pittsburg (Penn.) State Prison. Convicts have beeu allowed to come into the corridors and have the Chaplain preach to them, instead of being locked in their cells. The change produces a good effect. The great tunnel under the city of Baltimore, for the use of the Potomac and Northern Central Railways, is to be put under cjntract forthwith. It will cross from the western bout-dary of the city to Jones' Falls and, with the needful collateral work?, will give employment to thousands of men. -3" An Alhntown, Pa., dispatch says : A shock resembling an earthquake was felt here betweeu two and three o'clock this morning. People were greatly j alarmed, and the strces were soon crow- j ded with those anxious to ascertain the cause ot tho shock, which was afterward ascertained to have been caused by tho v-Aniiua ux rif iegs ot pUrtuer at irux- cli's stone quarry, three miles dir-tant from the city. Ouc man was found dead about one hundred yards from the scene of the explosion. He was blackened and mutilated horribly. It is rumored that he set fire to the building. CQf Mr. Greeley will short'y com mence in tho Tribune the publication' in weekly chapters of a treatise oa Political Economy, designed more especially to elucidate and defend the policy of pro tection to Home Industry. He expects to bring the work within the compass of twenty to twenty-five chapters, of three or four columns each, and to treat tlie sub ject with such simplicity and directness that few can read these e-says without at least realizing that the protective policy is either grossly misunderstood or delib erately misrepresented by the champions of Free Trade. TlIE Governor of this Commonwealth has appointed, in pursuance to law, a com mission to establish, in co-operation with the Stte of Delaware, the unsettled boundary-line btfwen the two States. Our Commissioners aiO TJ'-ssrs. S. Kr.eass, of Philadelphia, and Jarne WoiTall, of Har- rilnro- Best Bock rou Everybody. Tbener illustrated edition of Webster's Dictionary, containing three thousand engravings, is the Lest booh jo r every body that the press has produced in the present century, and should be regarded as indispensable to the well-regulated home, reading-room, library, and place- ot business. Golden Era. July G has been fixed upon by the Pres ident as the day for holding the Virginia election. Two clauses only of the Consti tution are to be voted upon separately, the first referring to the test oath, and the second to political disability on account of participation in the rebellion against the Government. The conservative rebels in sisted strongly upon a more extensive di vision, Avith the hope of defeating in detail all the minor political clauses, but Presi dent Grant has circumvented their plans by the above submission. Mrs. Stanton goes it in this style upon woman's dress, in the last Revolution : "As to woman's dress, wo think it super latively ridiculous, from her heels to her head, a sheer invention of tne devil to befool and belittle her, and fast i.s she seeks active work and amusements ishe will lay it aside. Already, at the gymnasium and skating pood, girls have donned a dress that leaves their lungs aoi lens free. The idea that a woman is made like a churn on castors i.s fas? pas ting away, and it will not bo long ere she too, wilt honor the bifurcated garments aud fiad new health and vigor in deep breathing and freedom of locomotion . TUB MA R K E T 8 . . Ebexsbcrg, Jlav 20, I860 Reported for The Alleghanian Ly V. S. Barker. Apples, dried, lb 13IW heat, bu. l.uO rseans 3.00Oais. 75 20 50 COO liutter 35 Bacon 1520 Corn, bu f.2: li?gs, doz 15 Flour, bbr...8.00;9.00 Ilav, ton 20. ( 0 Lard, lb Wool Fish, Lake Her " White 11.00 " Ma'.kerel-..10.00 Flaxseed, bu 2.50 Potatoes, bu...l02.COjHeeswHX, lb. Rye 1.25 'Country Soap.... S.dt, bbl 3 50jTallow 15 Philadelphia, JIhv 19, 18G01 Flour, Sa.Oo to 48.50 ; fancv'lots, $20.00 to $11.50. Wheat, $1.DO2.00. Ri-c.Sl.45. Corn, 858Tc. Oats, 82e. Cuba sugar, 12.1. nam, ic. Pittsbcrg, May 19, 18C9. Butter, 30335c. Egjrs, 17e. Bacon, 11 to 20jc. Cheese, 20025c. Potatoes, 450 55c. Flour, $5.50(2. 8.50. LOOK HEBE I GOTO O ATM AX'S CHEAP STOUE FOR GllOCEllIES. IF YOU WANT GOOD FLOUR AT LOWEST FIGURES, GO TO O ATM AX'S. BUY YOUR GROCERIES AT OAT MAX'S CHEAP STORE. EVERY PERSOX EUYS AT OAT MAX'S CHEAP CASH STORE, FRESH GOODS RECEIVED EVERY DAY. A SPLKXDTD ASSORTMENT OF ALL KINDS OF CANNED FRUITS JUSTL RECEIVED. ASK FOR O ATM AX'S CHEAP CASH STORE. CAMRRIA HOUSE. EBENSBURG, PA., IIenky FcsTr.ii, Proprietor. The first class position among first class Hotels will be maintained in the future, as in the past, by the Arcade. augl3 "TTXIOX HOUSH, J HEMLOCK, CAMBRIA CO., PA., Utio IJkli.y, Proprietor. This hotel is situated immediately alon" side the railroad depot, and is the mo?t con venient stopping place in town for travelers. Aug. 13, 1SUS. MOUNTAIN HOUsi EBENSBURG, PA. R. P. Listox fe Co., l'roprittorf. The Table 13 always supplied with the choicest delicacies. The Bar is supplied with choice liquors ; and the S taule is attended by careful hostlers. Boarders taken by the week, month or year. :iu? 3 nn C. JENKINS, JL COMMISSION MERCHANT, Yv'holesale Dealer and Receiver of FLOUR AND ALL KIN'.S ok PRODUCE, Also: RErlNLD OILS, Checkered Front, Liberty st., Pittmu-rc;, Pa. JK5j" Prices current and Marking' Plaf-p sent to shippers. :;ngl.'J : i Hi C EI3Y & CO.. WHOLESALE GROCERS, And Commi-won 3!erchniit, No. 522 Market St., between Fifth and Sixth, Pnn.AnEi.rniA. ATe have constantly on hand a pener il as sortment of all kinds of fish in large and small packages, which we wili sell low for cash r.r hiiort " credit. Also. 1'uiu n-.n jiils ana Spike? of all sizea, constantly on Land and l-r sale at Manufacturer's prices. augl3 DISSOLUTION. The partnership heretofore existing under the name of Lent k Rodgers, in the carriage business, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Those indebted or hav ing claims against the firm wiil call on L. F. Rodgers to make settlement. GLO. E. LENT. L. E. 110 1) G KHS. Tlie undersigned wiil continue to carry on the business in all its branches. Prices low and work guaranteed to give satisfaction. L E. RODGERS. April 29, 1SC9.-4L "PHOTOGRAPHIC JL Ho ! every one that want!? Pictures, Come ye to Ebensburg and get them ! Having located in Ebt nsburg, I would very respectfully inform the people that I am now fuliy prepared to take PHOTOG R'APIIS ia every style of the art, from the smallest Card Picture up to Life Size. Pictures taken in any weather. "?53 Every attention tiven to the taking of CHILDREN'S PICTURES. Photographs painted in Oil, India Ink, or Water Cvlors. Your attention is called to my FRAMES KOit LARGE PICTURES, and PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, also, Copying and enlarging done ia the very best ffyle of the at.. I ask comparison, and defy comp?tion. Thankful for past favors, 1 solicit a con tinuance of the same. Gallery on Julian street, three doors north of the Town Hall. auglS T. T. SPENCE, rhtftograpVr ET THE REST. VvEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED DIC TIONARY. 3,000 i;.UKAYl.NU.yi; l,btU PAGES QUARTO. PRICE $12. 10,000 Words and Meanings not in ether Dictionaries. Viewed as a whole, we are confident that r.o other living language ha3 a dictionary which so lully and faithful! sets forth its present condition as this last edition of Web ster does that of our written and spoken En glish tongue. Harper's Magazine. These three books are the sum total of great libraries : the Bible, Shakspeare, and Webster's Ro-al Quarto. Chicago Journal. Tho Nefc' Webster is glorious it is per fect it distances and defies competion--it leaves nothing to be desired. J. 11. llag iiioxul LL.H., J'res't. Vasxar College. The most useful and remarkable compen dium of human knowledge iu our language. W. 11. Clark, President JIuss. Agricultural College. WEBSTER'S NATIONAL PICTORIAL DIC TIONARY. 1040 Pages Octavo. f.UO Engravings. Price $0. The work is really a gem ot a Dictionary, just the thing for the million. American Educational Monthly. In many respects, this Dictionary is the most convenient ever published. Rochester Democrat. As a manual of reference, it i.s cminentlv fitted for use in families and schools. A". V. Tribune. It i? altogether tho best treasury of words of its tdze which the English language has ever possessed. Hartford Press. Published by G. & C. ME1ULIAM. Spring field, Mass. jiay C.3t. T IT O T, V sat vT yy axd kTa; CONFECTIONERY WEST END CAMBRIA Rr EBENSBURG, Fa. A. II. FALLEll, r,,. 35 10 BARGAIN'S! The subscriber desires to call the of the citizens of Ehenbur and "US. .i.Lialtli LJ ilia LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCS , CONFECTIONERY f embracing every variety of candies turcd, such as '' GUM DROPS, STICK CANDIES,. FANCY CANDIES, LOZENGES, &C., AC. together with an extensive stock o' f euch as ' ,l" RAISINS, TIIUNELLES, CARTOON FIGS, 3JAL.TA OA'J liS, CURRANTS, APPLES, &C. All of the above good3 will l,c gold r GREAT BARGAINS ! SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS WILL g-iven to the trade, and a trial will satisfy any and all that my goods are cf b"st quality and at" prices tL.ii DEFY COMPETITION'! The attontion of the nublic is c di' fact that in connection with my ti'.j try id u ursi-cias3 R E S T A U R A X T .' where will be served at all Lean OYSTERS, ?tcwcd or fried, HOT COFFEE, PIGS' FEET, TRIPE, SARDINES, DRIED REEF, SC., &.C. FRESH FtrxEivKr EVERY TUVVS, CALL A3 l J'AAM iA 'JOODS FORE GOIXG ELSEWIIEIC Ef2f- I hope by fair dealing and s'r'.c of the public. J:iu. 7. JS09. A. IT. fattt; X I- LAN GST ROTH'S IW- AJm .MOVABLE CU.MI) BEE II1TE Pronounced the best ever yet inirt: in this county or Mate. Any person i a family right cun have thir Bees trai ed from an old box to a new one. Ia instance in which this has been d '. tit suit has been entirely satisfact. first take of honey has ii1 variably ; ! i .' penscs, and frequently exceeded tLvL.;. of the superior merits of t'.is iuvn.'.lr: be found in the testimony of every i::-: has iven it a trial, and among tho r are the gentlemen named below, r r. i experience should induce every one l::'.e: m Cces to BVY A FAMILY RIGHT ! Henry C. Kirkpatrick. of Carroll fz: took 10C pounds of surplus lior.'-y fa -hives, which he sold at 35 ct n's per p:: Adnm Dcitrich, of Carroll tow::-'a:-. from two hives 1(0 pounds of surplus !.: James Kirkpr.trick. of Chest towa.-!.:? GO pounds of surplus honey from o'.ie i ' Jacob Kirkpatrick, of Chest towr.-l 't tained T2 poucds of surplus homy hive, worth not less than $21, ai:J tie: cost him only $5. Peter Campbell from one hive oh'.al:: pounds of surplus honey at one tin!?. ZSF Quite a number of siniil.-ir ?; ' -authenticated by some of the best ri: .' Cambria county, could te obtairei cf the superior merits ol Langsiroili '' Movable Comb Bee Hive. Persons wishing to purchase fam:' should call ou or address PETER CAMFPELI Nov. 26, ISCS-tf CarrolIicwn,.r U 1UU WAXT A JiAK'-'Ai.' The subscriber offers at prlv.iie s -; following described valuable pri; C"'.Tr! ate in Strongs town, Indiana co:.'.j: OXE LARGE IIOl'SE. Two stories hiprh, L-shape. "r.c L tf! feet ion;r, and the other 40 feet. Jr some 20 rooms, and is well sal'.tA 1 has uerotoiore been used a?, a Hois ted in the business portion of tova. OXE SMALLER II 'JUS 11. , Two stories high, 40x22 feet, capable commodatine two families. THREE ACRES OF GROUSE Upon which the foregoing described are situate. , The propertv was formerlv ownci cupied hy Parker & Litziuger. who Un solved partnership. TERMS: $1,300 for the entire property. $300 in hind; the balance in paymen:.- session frive:i the 1st of April, it de?.-" For rarticula,!j "IT'J 10 ,or,-' marltf N TEW CHEAP CASH The subscriber would inform the tj of Ebensburg and vicinity tint kl stantlv on hand evervthinj in i!ievr"r GROCERY AND'CONFLCTk' line, such as Flour, Tea, Cofiee, . t kinds of Crackers, Chee?e, fcw- Chewing Tobacco, Cigars, Ac. r:,; CAXXED PE. 1 Cll ES .l-V." Also, IJuckskiii and ''V'S' on Siii-1 N'ock ties. &c. all o; sold as chiao if not cheaper t!: l-; A full a$ortntn! .' C' "-'7? Ice Cream every ev.-n:n?- V(!i angI3 I- J. Have you suiisn! ' THE ALLEGHAN A. Lbensburf. i- TERMS, 2.00 l'JSU