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M. II4SSOX, Editor & Publisher
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are the authorized Agents for the "Dem
ocrat & Sentinel," and the most influen
tial and largest circulating Newspapers in
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re empowered to coutract for us at oui
CYKUd L. PERSHING, of Johnstown.
JAMES MYERS, ol Ebensburj
ED. R. DUNNEGAN.of ClearfiildTp.
Poor Iloxise .Director,
GEORGE ORRIS, of Richland Tp.
JOHN A. KENNEDY, of Carrolllown.
P. 8. NOON, Chairman,
George Delany, J. S. MardU. George C.
K. Zahm. Peter Huber, Philip Miller, John
K. McKeuzie, Joseph Behe, John Durbin,
David Earner. Henry r rieiltboot, .John
Htough, Elislia l'luntiner. Lewis Rodger,
George Gurley, John McDermit, Simon
Dunmver, W. A. Kiise, Thos. F. McGough.
Jacob Fronheiser. J. r. Conden, John Ham
iltou. F. O'Friel. Michael Bohlin. Wm. O.
Diver, John White, Henry Topper, Nicho
las Caiman, M. J. Plott. J. W. Condon,
Daniel dnfair, Wm. McClotkev. Daniel H
Donnelly, Anthony Long, John Marah,
The news from the war is not very sat
isfactory yet. Clen. Grunt has ab:ind mod
his plan of attacking Richmond from the j
north, he lias moved his army, and will !
attack it now from the east. lie is going j
over the same ground thit McClellan j
went over in 1862. McClellan had lost;
very few men when he was where Grant :
is now, but Grant had many severe en- j
gagemcnts ere he reached this point, and
lost a great many men. The great battle '
of the campaign is not yet fought. Wo i
may look for prodigious slaughter. Our
army are getting, and have already gotten ;
h great deal of reinforcements, but we be
licve the Southern forces. are very large j ckci1 t,,em with garments composed
too. A few weeks must tell the tale, j feathers, and sometimes escort -whether
Richmond will be taken this ed the,n out of ncighb-jrhiKKl mount -d
campaign or not. j " a r;iil- 1"-Vt'ly a- ot tllis made
If Klchmond is not taken, then is the j tl,e fL'elino I1U)re ,,itter lin '"tene in the
war a very useless affair. And if it be i -' th- T1"' would steal their slaves
taken, and Lee's army not captured or j whenever they got an opportunity, and
destroyed, the war may be a very tedious j wouM "timcs murder the master, if
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one. imving tltc army DacK through ; ur-
that citv does not break the back lione' of their P1"5" lo takt huKI the matter,
the rebJllion, ilo.l it scarcely breaks an an1 Sunder ainst slaveholders from the
arm of it. Ix?t us look out for a ten j Iu,Pit- Orators made it the text of their
vears war, if we can not hurl the present j themP nn1 writers w'rot(; bM'k facts
Administration from iowcr, by the force j '""uunerable. A man the name of IL1
of the ballot box, this fall. I,er wrotc a ok un'1 had h Iord by
j nearly all the Republican members of
Onr County Ticket. j Congress, inculcating the doctrine that the
We this week fling our ticket to the slaves should all ariseand cut their mas
breeze, believing, if we can judge from j ters throats. l."nlerground railroads as
the harmony and unanimity that prevailed they were called, were instituted for the
in that Convention that it will give pretty purpose of stealing and secreting the run
general satisfaction. The Convention was j away slaves, and sending them into Cana
composed of as fine a set of men as ever j da, pretty much the same route in Penn
Assembled in a delilierative body, in Cam- j sylvania, that the horse thieves had, when
bria county. And we believe that they some years ago they were in successful
would compare very favorably with the
same number of men in the legislature of
Pennsylvania, or any other State of this
once glorious confederacy. The rood
feeling that was exhibite.l amon-' th
members tf that nominating boily, is a
euro guarrantee that they were in earnest
and that everything U right. Had the
Convention decided for other candidates
we wouia te in-rte.-tly s.it.Mie.I, as there
weiv few if any arants tor c.iher of
t!i otRees, that wer- .it!,- ineomj, -tant
,.r nude Tving. We will !.,
to thesi- candidates in d-tail. Th.-y a.v
all well and favorably known in Cambria
county, and will dotibtlo re. ieve thc.
support of the . i.thv Demoeraey of our
tfc- lier.ts H.e'n"i7n.us. as the pi..,
fellow . I h it. he looked at ln coat.
rtie Hatred Between tlie North
and the South.
There arc probably no countries in the
civilized world, that have such a cordial
hatred for oach other as the North has to
the South and the South to the North at
the present time. This hatred was con
cocted in England many years ago, and
in 182H, an agent was sent over to New
England in the person of a certain George
Thompson, to cany out the English
scheme, which is now about to be matured.
At that time he made some headway in
indoctrinating the puritans of New Eng
land with a hatred to the slaveholders of
That same hireling of tlie British Go
vernment is now making harangues about
the side shows at Washington, and flatter
ing the President about the progress he
has made in the abolition of slavery.
Lincoln is not only pleaded, but delighted
with hirn. England never for a moment
lost sight of the disruption of this Rcpub
lie. They kept goading on that puritan
na'tion of pedlers in and around I3oston,
until tiiey got them up to a boiling heat
about slavery, and finally into a war of
extermination against slaveholders. That
same George Thompson, tells the Presi
dent at one of these side shows, w' that
within the lust two or three years, your
nation has been born again in the cause
of freedom. That noble martyr of liberty,
"John Brown" the hero of Harper's
Ferry, by his devotion and death sent u
thrill of new life to the nation's heart of
hearts. Had it not been for John Drown' a
immolation on the altar of liberty and
patriotism, honest Abraham Lincoln could
not have been elected President of the
United States, and thus become the second
deliverer of the nation. And had he not
been elected, the cause of the negro eman
cipation would have gone backward pro
bably for half n century. And Abraham
swallows this compliment from this hired
Englishman with great delight when he
tells him it was the old murderer John
Drown that elected him President of the
dated States. The English peopl
know this to be true, and hr is over here
now finishing the work that was begun
thirty years ago. The English under-.
stand the affairs of this Government bet
tor than Mr. Lincoln does. The Soiithrcn
people were early apprised of this inter
ference with their slaves by the Northern
people, hissed on by the English. Al
though the Englishmen never went there
themselves in the character of Abolition
ists, they were incessantly shilling the
Puritans with this doctrine. When the
Yankee came among the Southern jK'ople
in the capacity of school master, tract
pcdler, or preacher of the gosjK-1 of an
anti-slavery God, they were sometimes
treated pretty roughly. They sometimes
: operation. In this state of public exeite-
ment and hatred, John Brown an old
j crazy fanatic having got a taste for blood
in the Kansn Jlirieubma n-,.,,1. mm
irinuiand took Ilai-ner's Fen-v ir
w - I ' J V-- KJ
mmg us n traitor and murderer, but he
was canonized as a Saint by the Puritans
of New England.
This was the state of tlie public mind
j M the time the war broke nut .1 ;r .i.
: filing W!W l);i,i at that t;UJp u jg
lably worse now. We were stufFed up
j wUh thc -uk.a? that the
u ould not fight, that they would be starved
: in :t fc.V months.
The President called out seventy-five
, thousand men to finish the' rebellion, that
would not do. He then called out sixty-
, u"jr ,,l0us:lJ, then again five hundred
I thousand, thf n thrf hundred thousand
then again three hundred thousand, then
again three hundred thousand, then
five hundred thousand, then two hundred
thousand, then one hundred thousand,
making in all two million and upwards of
three hundred thousand in the army a.oae,
without the navy, and the war is still pro
Now this Administration had us own j
way for more than three years, and the
history of the world affords no example
of such a waste of men and money. Ihit
it is said we have got the right kind of a
man at the head of the army of the Poto
mac now. lie is making line headway,
if onlv the Conuerheads would keen ouiet
and believe every thing that is told them, j l'ot Sennlan a"J Jol'n E- M
and not be giving aid and comfort to the! wcre put in nomination and on
enemy by telling the truth, then Grant j the second ballot, Pershing was nomina
would take Richmond and the Southern !
men would lay down their arms and free j Sm.mFF. Michael Woods, Jas. Myers,
nil their slaves, and the higher mide of 1 Patrick Bracken, and George Gurley,
officers would come into Washington to j
get hung, the balance would swear to sup
port Lincoln's proclamations, and ask pro
tection from the new Government that the
Putitans arc going to construct. We are
sick and tire 1 of people saying we arc
fighting for the Union. Who arc fighting
for the Union ? Certainly the South are
not fighting for the Union, and just as
certainly is the North not'fighting for
the Union. The Administration is fight
ing for conquest and the abolition ol
slavery. The South U fighting for an
independai.t government, where they be
lieve their property, their lives, their
wives and children and household Gods
are at stake, and these two parties are
not very congenial elements to make a
Union out of. The English have suc
ceeded in their policies. For the hatred
of b-jth parties will exist until they are
annihilated or sink into barbarism.
Tlic County Convention.
The Convention was called to order at
2 o'clock 1'. M., by the Chairman of the
County Committee, William Kittell Esq.
Dr. Henry Yeagley, of Johnstown was
appointed President, Arther Devlin, Geo
Kutlege, 1 'at rick Farren, and William
Adams, were made Vice Presidents.. Geo
C. K. Zahm and John F. Barnes were
appointed Secretaries. The several elec
tion districts wore called over in alpha
betical order, and the following gentlemen
exhibited their credentials and took their
Allegheny tp. Patrick Donahue, A.
Blacklick tp. Joseph Mardis, John
Cambria tp. Geo. C K. Zahm, Pat
CaiTolltown Bor. John A. Kennedy,
Carroll tp. James Byrne, Peter Ilu
ber. Cambria City Bor.
Chest tp. James Kirpatrick, Anselm
Chest Springs lior. George
Clearfield tp. George McGough, M.
Conemaugh tp. William Adams, M.
Conemaugh Bor. 1st ward. James
Maloy, Henry Friedthoof. :
Conemaugh Bor. 2d ward. John
Stough, Edward Connery.
Croyle tp. Joseph W. Pringlc, Philip
Ebensburg Bor. East ward. Joseph
McDonald, Philip S. Noon.
Ebensburg Bor. West ward. John 1).
Thomas, l. L. Johnston.
Gallitztn Dis. Patrick Smith, John
Jackson t p. William Gillan, Arther
Johnstown Bor. 1st ward. W. A
Krice. J. A Harrold.
Johnstown Bor. 2d ward. John F.
Barnes, Thomas F McGough.
Johnstown Bor. 3d ward. Thomas
McGlade, J. 1). Amburst.
Johnstown lior. 1th ward. Dr. II.
Ycaglcy, J. F. Conden.
Johnstown Bor. iitli ward. Joseph
Kuntz, Jacob Swank.
Ixiretto Bor. Peter Christe, George
Millville Bor. Henry Smith, Bryan
Munster tp. Francis Eberle, Philip
Prospect lor. Michael Kierncy, James
Bichland tp. John A Storm, Moses
Summerhill tp. Mathew Mullen, Jas.
Susquehanna tp. Silas Byrne, B. F.
Summitville Bor. John Sharbaugh,
Taylor tp. Thomas McCabc, John
T. Cooney. " ;
Washington tp. -Edward M'G lade, John !
White tp. Clias McGough, Michael
Wilmore lior. Isaac Wike, Thomas
A motion was made by 11. L. Johns-
ton, that the order of business for the dies, that they will not wear any imported j At 7,00 A. M.. connecting with the RUt
Convention, should be as follows, first, the j goods. Dy a statistical report from Dos- more Express Wot and Through Accom
appointment of Congressional conferees, ton, we see that 33,.W,000 worth of ; uati Ko,t
Uen the nomination for the Legislature, i
l.i ..i . . ';
I then Slientf. then Pocr House Director.
Li-, . . .7 I
vumiuiosiuiici, men auuhui, ;
then Senatorial conferees, a deligate to !
tVi KrAfA rv,.t:. r... 7 l,v i . c 1
a County Committee. '
hereupon 1 . S. Noon, John Camp- I
1.11 1 TU T !. T
oen iinuuonii o. iurns r.sqrs., were a- ,
pointed Congressional conferees.
Legislature. C. I lrshing, James'
were put in nomination for Sheriff, and
on the seventh ballot James Myers was
Poor House Director. Geo. Orris,
Joseph Cramer, Patrick Farren, and Jas.
(. fnrrnr wrr. nut in nomiii'ition mid !
on the third ballot George Orris was
Commissioner. Peter McGough, P.
J. Christe, E. 11. Dunnegan and A. Wal
ters were put in nomination, and on the
fifth ballot, E. 11. Dunnegan was nomi
At iHToR. S. B. McCormick, John j
. Kennedy and 1 lul.p Skelly were put j
in nomination and the first ballot John A- j
Kennedy, wa3 nominated. The nomina-
r .i v,r , , ,
tion of the different candidates were made
unanimous by the Convention.
S. B. McCormick, Henry Scanlan and
P. J Christe, were appointed Senatorial
delegates. Michael Wo-ls, delegate to
The greatest harmony prevailed during
James C Xoon.
The remains of Adjutant James C.
Noon who was killed at the battle of
Frcdrick.-burg, on 13th, Dec. 1802, was
brought to his mother's, on last Friday,
lie had been carefully buried in a grave
yard at Fredricksburg until an oppoi hi- J
uity could be had, to remove his ashes to
his native home. After his remains were
kept at heme until Saturday at 10 o'clock,
he was then followed to the grave by a
a large concourse of relatives and friends.
For every one that knew him was his
friend, he was kind and gentle in his dis
position, noble and manly in his demeanor,
and brave as a lion in battle. Peace to
his ashes, his bones will now repose along
side of an honored father, undisturbed till
the sound of the last trumpet. Jirqni
ffeat in paiv ettrua.
Gouky's Ladv Book. This elegant
periodical is on hand and seems to surpass
its predecessors. Tlie fashion dates of
the June number, are superb. . The en
terprising publisher deserves the gratitude
of the American ladies.
Ji'venii.i; Coxckkt. The singing school
under the direction of Mr. Potterfield, of
of Alleghgheny City, will give a concert
111 this place on next Monday and Tues-
day evenings, June Cth and 7tb at M vers'
Hall. The most attractive feature of the i
concert, will be the crowning of the May i
Queen. Master Wille Heorle, of Johns
town, will assist on the occasion. The
exercises will be accompanied with the
i mcIoileon- Admission to all IT, cents.
1-or particulars see small bills. Buy a
ticket and go early if you wish a seat.
Our paper may be a little late
coming out next week, if we can get it
out at all. This is in consequence of the
breaking down of the paper mill, where
we got our paper. We are compelled to
send to Philadelphia for it, and will make
it all right with our readers. We have
another drawback, one of our oeratives
is subject to a malady, that unfortunately
lingers in his constitution, and is apt to
break out on him at any financial crisis,
cither ebb or flood.
Simon Cametvn is talked of as a
candidate for Vice President on thc ticket
with old Abe. The Day Book thinks
there is no earthly doubt that Simon
Cameron has vice enough to grace that
position. Such a ticket would be a fine
combination of smut And rascality an
excellent representation of the character
of the great Fhoddy party.
fr At a recent sale of autographs in
London four letters of Washington one
written in 1788, in favor of n Union of
the State? brought ?f0,.fj.
EE AND lllI-L.Or.01i.
nng in a great many of
. , ., , !
ty with the above title. ;
There is now forming i
our cities, a society
1 he olneet
s,lk9' Iaces anJ embroulenes are.mpoiie. ;
year y, this, with tlie duties has to be all i
J . , r I
Palu 111 Solu 7 wearing gomis oi ouron ;
manuiactunng mis goiu can oc au Kepi ai
home. This is a very good move and we !
hono ni.av he carried out hv evcrv town,
a,u tl,e la,lie31 wf 1 Anierican niade goo,ls
such as may be tound at E. J. Mills .v
chca varict fit wLepe ;g k t a
htrge variety ot all kinds of tlry good
Call and see them without delay. The
highest prices paid for country pro
duce. The Great Central Fair. The ar
rangements for the Great Central Fair, to
be held at Philadelphia in June, are rap-
uuy approaching completion. e expect :
The 1Ji.ack' Dee and Tui-Cor.on.
there will be a large attendance of our . l-lxiraet from the Record of the said Court
citizens on that occasion, but preparatory j i In totiinouy whereof I have here
to visiting the fair, we would remind all ', V unto set my hand mid affixed the
our friends not to fail to be attractive on
j that occasion, by purchasing at once, at
J Mr. .lames M. Thompson's Cheap Cash
; Store, a new suit of clothes, or some of
the innumerable fancy articles he
Sale. The ladies eS!)eci:iIiV. Can t
. . . . i
I the heart can wish, consist-
latest styles of dress pat-
. . -i ... .
ing of all tin
teins, lace, and grcnedene, eils occ. , !tc
We hone our citizens will profit bv our
nn'rl if-rt l!.n,. 1... tl..-k C. .f .1 . ..1- t;i k
as to app ar on that occasion among the
elite to Philadelphia.
J In the R-.rouf.di of
TWE.TY FIVE DOLLARS. ($125)
in favor of MARY E. HOPPLE, now MARY
' GET WALT, against lleuiy Buck. The
finder will be suitably rewarded bv return-
, he te Vj the 0Jwner
iii. -v' i. r . nvi.' 11 1 -vn;) vi
MARY E. GUT WALT
May 25, 18G4 3t
O TO AND FROM EN J -
LAND, IRELAND AND SCOTLAND,
! i;v the
UALVYAY LINE OF
MONTREAL do. d.
WASHINGTON LINE OF SAILING
Dir.fts at sight for 1 and upwards, on
National B ink and Branrh.es. Payable m
j all the City's and Towns in England, Ire
land, Scotland and Wales free of IHsf.mnt.
R. A. 0 K EUR,
May '25, 18G4 ly. Aitoona.
Zn tlie Orpianiis'' Court of Catti
Notice is hereby given that the following
appraisement of certain personal property,
of decedents, selected nnd set apart, for the
willows of intetates-. under Act of As.-emhly
of the 14th April, 1851, have been ft e 1
in the Register' Office, at Ebensburg. and
will be presented to the Orphans' Court for
approval, on "Wednesday the 8th of June
next, to wit .
Appraisement of certain personal prop
erty set apart for tlie widow of Michael
Dan Magellan, dec ib
A imn-.iiiiooit i .r nrt i!n i 1 tll"nlu
eitv ut Hi;irt for the wkImw jI Davnl
Ai'iiraisemerA of eel tain personal proii-
. . . ( .i r m .. ;i r
eiiv ret i ii. ioi iuj iiii. oi iiiuili un.
J . . .
Appraisement of retain property set
apait for the widow of J unes Kelly, dee'd.
A praisement of certain personal prop
erty set apart fr the widow of George Rose.
Appraisement of certain personal prop-
j erty set apart for the widow of Joseph Me-
i gary dee'd.
tT1,e appri'mant of certain real estate.
! set apart lor the minor children ot Owen
Kelly dee'd. by their guavdi.ui James Mc-
JAMES GRIFFIN, Clerk.
Clerks Office May 18,1804.
REGISTER'S NOTICE. !
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the
following accounts have been passed, and
filed in the Regisiei's Office at Ebensburg, !
and will be presented to the Orphans Court j
of Cambria County, for confirmation and
allowance, on Monday, the 0th day of June I
to wit : ;
The account of Mary J. Shearer, Adm'x of j
J. A. Shearer, dee'd. j
The second account of Samuel Lenhart and
D. W. Gougkuour, Adm'is of the estate j
of Benjamin Lenhart, dee'd. j
The second and final account of William
Kittell, Trustee for the sale of certain j
real estate of which Michael McDermit
died seized. i
The first and partial account of Win. II.
Sechler, Trustee, appointed to sell certain
real estate of which John Djnnelly died i
The second and final account of Teter Ear- '
hart and Nicholas Shatk Adtn'rs of
xicnry rvoius dec a.
The first and final account of D. LI. Rob
erts, Adm'r. of Jane Roberts, dee'd.
The first and final account of William N.
Lovcll, Adm'r. of Thomas Mulhollen
The seventh account of John Dibert
Adm'r of John Dibert Sr., late of JoLd6-
The account of E, C. McMiulin and Cecilia
Wilt. Adm'rs of Joseph Wilt dee'd
The first account of Jacob Stiffler. Guardian
of the minor children of Casper Wcudle,
The account of James McDermit. Executor
t r i i I
of Joseph Trexler, dee'd.
The account of John Buck Esq., Trustee for
the sale of the real estate of Ann An-
JAMES GRIFFIN, Register.
Register's Office, Ebensburg. May 6, 1SC1.
May 11, 1854.
T.r.i-voMTT,,,-, u ....
EBENM5UEG & CRESSoN RAILROUt
n ,, f, , "-iii.uaij.
On and after Monday, Mav. 16. lSea
trairj3 on this r.,it.i wiU TnJn as fwl'low; .
Thron.h inr " r-Z " '
t p . ..lV. 1
10.45 A. M.. or on departure of Thro'
At 9.15 P. M., or on departure f Esprit
luist aua mam w csi
ENOCH LEWIS, Gen.Sapt.
JV. In the Cipha:.s'
Court of Cambria county, at March Tern:.
1864. Argument Court. In the mattt-r ,'
the final confirmation of the account of ZSiiZ
And now, to wit: 10, May. 18Gl,oa
motion of George M. Reed, Emj., Cynu
Elder, Eq., appointed an Auditor to report
distribution ef the assets in the hards of
said accountant to and aiikong the peri;
ii.,.;li!v entitled thereto
J s;al , '
tlie said Curt the sar.i
i day an year.
Clerk O. C.
I wii! atfeu.! to the duties of the ah v.;
ai p..ii)tn.eiit s.t the fu e ,,f Cn-i.iic M.
I 111 i-oei.sourg on imirsday the
! iXtte,,,t ' f!:iy ' ''e i.-x. a the hour of
! two o clock. I. M, when and where a!!
t ... .7 r . :.. i-i . . . ... r... . -."
persons -.ntcresUM may give their attendanew
and be hoard. CYRUS ELDER,
May lSi;4-r.t Auditor.
I . The undersigned
j having been appointed Auditor by the Court
of Common I leas of Cambria County, tore
poit distribution of the j roeeeds of the re.u
estate of R. B. Gigehy. sold by the Sheriff
on sun-by writs of vcn-Ii'ioni A'.x.,i. is.sr.M
to Dee. T. If 03. at the sails of iltnry
Browu for use of S. II. Smith, tt al . here's v
j gives notice to all parties interested in sni 1
I hind that he will attend t the duties of s -.i 1
j appointtnei.t at his flic- io th Borough
Ehensburg. on Fi i htv. the l'f th day of J'i-,t-i
next, at line o'el.i-k. P. .M.. whvu a;id w'm
' th. y may I'.tend if they think pii-pnr. ..r hi
d b.ir'-ed fr.n'. cf.v,ii:nr h) noon S5i.i l (ni-:
mVJ-V.i:-?i YM. KITTELL. A ii ; :
4 ii(llior, Xoitrr.
I A. The t;:,irr.;.-i
Audtt'-r, appointed by t?i- Cu-i ..ft.' :
iiji-.n Picas of C;r.iihiM nm:itv, t. ret .i:t ' -
tril'titd.n ( f h" irtv-ee
of YVd'.miam B Duli:
U ..f I!
e -I. -V
;n i J. Laev D.
ti'inton, s. .id -d the-mt 1 '.
I S. Y i'. n . r' ttl.. i
j March T. In: J.
i interested that he
; f i.'S -o i :si".-.;:
V. Ft N,. .,8.
V fioM.'ivs all j-a. !'
a at ten I t t ;
li: !.t at his
j i'io'0'.:li I' Ehe.biji---, f..n Th'us-lav. t',i
i .:'. day cf Jm:c. tiext.'at cm- o'clock .P i
j :it wdiieh titnv at-d pHro ti rv t 1 1 i y atte:: i i
j thev t!ii' 1; proi.fr. or he debarred r,.m
I ing in on said fund. WM. KITTELL.
May .4.;b. Aud i r
Tlie f .Slowing petitions have 5k.-.-u tiled in
the office of the clerk of Quarter Sesci'n of
Care bria County, and will be acted on b
the Co iit at the next .1 line s.-.-ioii. coriit;u-;i"-i
ing n the first Moiudav of that m-intti.
Johnvtowx. od May John Krafi ;-: .
ward : 4th Maj , David Mitgir 4th war.: ;
'.nil May. William Palmer 3d ward : i:h
May, Bdtier KohUr, y.l wa:d; U.'th M.iv,
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1 1th. M i.,
14th Mav. Joh i
Bra.'.v, 3d ward: .lames Downev '2nd vv.ir.i:
I '"nn iiein'.in. nu war.i ; u.iv:.
lohn Bending 2nd war.l ; David Griffith
i i , ... v- - i ..i . . ,
' .i! Wiir.1- Win Nifii.iim , u-or.i. .!.,...
Slioeinaker : James Ilarineton. 2.3 ward.
SuiiMirvn.LE. James M. Riff 1, 12th
; May, Mrs V. A. Riley; 13th May, J..eph;i;e
i Chest Si-risus Bor. 9th May. John K.
M- Kinzie; 9:h M iy, Crcorj:e W. Stroht-eli'-r.
C.M!'.i;ia Bon 50di May. Owen ile
: Cafny; 13th May, Daniel McDonald.
LouttiTTo Boa. 14th Mav, Jolm P.
Myers; 14th May, Philip Hartzog ; Peter
i EbKXSDURO. 13th May. John A. Blair
West wp.rd; J. Alexander Moore East ward.
: Isaac Crawford, West ward.
1 Wii.mork Bon. 10th May. James D
! Mii.i.vii.i.f. Bon. 10lh May Cisptr Fx.
i Euinnual James.
I Gai.litzes. M. J. Smith.
Tavi.oi; Tp. 10th May, Leonard Kift.
Richlano Tr. 10th May, John W Moore;
10th May. Joseph Geise; 14th May, Geoie
Warhixgtox Tp. George W. Jluiltt ;
Ci.karfield Tp. Michael Barnicle.
Cox em acg n BoR.-JoLu Headrick 2iv.l
SrsQUEHANXA Tp 13th May, M. J
Plott; Jerome Tlott.
Mcxster Tp. Patrick McHugh.
Carkoi.l Tp. Jncob I-ib.
Johxstowx. 10th May, Daniel W.
JOS. M'DONALD, Cierk Q. R.
I Mv lb 18C4
LIST OF CAUSES FOR TRIAL AT A
Court of Common Pleas, to bo held at
Ebersburg, commencing on Monday. Jun-i
7th, A. D., 1864.
vs Jennings, et ux.
JOS. McDONALD, Froth y
May 4, 18C4.
j Tpv tsolutton of Partnenhip- tti
1 LJ THE PARTNERSHIP
j heretofore existing in the. Hack business.
between Ryan aud Durbin, was dissolved en
the 15th inst., bv mutual consent.
May 25, 64Sta