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THECAMERIA EEG M Ai:
JSDAYi :? : :TIAY 2?. 1 807.
' TflzCitH'icO0-- We have received
.from the Catholic tPublication Society, of
hh Mr. Lawrence Kehoe, No.-123 Nas
L itreet, New York, is ths general agent,
SeApal and-May numbers. of tbi3 really
ixcelleot Monthly Ilagazme,' and. having
nee seen and perused it. we do not know
consideration' that would induce us to
V without u.f It U ,leyond question the
publication of its kind that has ever
wo usaJ from i the press of this country,
j wH!e lt 13 worthy the perusal of all
readers, being devoted to' general, literature
ind science, for the. Catholic, it has a charm,
ja interest and a merit that no one can . fail
to feel and appreciate who has ever perused
its v?Ps' fonns double column octavo
Da7azineof 144 pages each number, making
two l""e volume of 1,723 pag'seach year,
tnd is furnisted at $5 per annum! To our
Catholic readers who appreciate v a high
orJer of literature; and who can spare $5
for tie gratification of that taate, we cannot
too highly recommend, the "Catholic World.,"
"We know if you subscribe " for it one year
ou will continue its patron throughout life,
as the very first number you peruse will so
inchantaml interest yon that you will not
willingly dispense with its monthlyvisits. .
This association also isaues Catholic Tracts,
designed fr the dissemination of religious
truths and moral instruction, which are fur
nished at the low price- of fifty cents-per
bunted copies. The Lemke Association of
(,'arrolHown and the St. John Societies of
Jgbnstown and Altoon.-t are the proper me
diumain this part of the State for the circu
lated ot these tract? and to these organiza".
tions we specially, commend the Catholic
Publication Society and its numerous reli
gious and literary publications. ' j ' 1
Bbevities. "We regret to learn that our
jouns friend, C. W. Easly, of Johnstown,
w the mi-fortune to saw off the point of
Li left thumb, a few days ago, while work
ing at his (ihe carpenter) trade.- A new
achedule v t-nt into effect on the Pa. R. R. on
Monday. The only chapge produced by it
in the running of the Branch train is that it
arrives here at 10.20 instead of 9.40 in the
morning, as heretofoie. A "band of itin
erant vagabonds, usually denominated gip
ea, passed through our town on Tuesday.
An Englishman named Isaac Collins
was seriously injured by being run over by
a locomotive, near Lilly's station, on Thurs
day night last. Being a stranger, friendless
and nennUesa, he was taken to the county
Door house for treatment.-' The .father of
our townsman, A. U. Muinn, Lq., aied in
Bedford a couple of weeks ago. --A driz
zlia r rain and chilling winds marked the
advent of the flowery month' of May in' this
vicinity. A corps of engineers is said: to
be at work surveying routes with a view to
the shortening of the I'enn'a K ul Road.
A Temperance Convention, in which Carx-
presented, is to as-sf-mble at Altoona to-day.
The beuce of the editor will account
for all shortcomings in -.our -pajxr this week.
Tuk New Catucvq AJhcscu. Tuesday
List ground was broken on corner of- Julian
and Horner streets, immediately opposite the
me 01 na present cpurgu uuuuiug, iu ini.-j
borough, for the-erection of a pew Catholic
Church, which it isjiiroposed to have under
roof Wore the,oomiDg winter seta in. the
f Wildinjr is to be 100 feet iu, length and .64.
feet in width, with 18 inch walls 32 .fuet and
a tovcr 130 lett in height. All the stone
wquirod for the foundation and a great por
Uun of the lumber is already on the ground,
and the worthy pastor, Ilev. U..C. Christy,
sal hia congTigatioa have gone to work with
a determinatiun to erect a' church edifice
that will not only: accommodate a much
larger n umber than the present - building.
but one that will be a credit to thetjwn and
befitting monument to the" zeal and,devo-
tionof the Catholics hereabouts. ' The entire
walls will be faced with pressed brick. o be
furnished by the Johnstown Brick Maou-
torturing Company. The ceremony or laving
the corner atone jWili 6e; performed some
time during the present month. ; t;m-. .1
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Rxuaoad Accident. We Mean fTom
tie Johnstown Tribune that on Wednesday
ttorrnng of.last week, theirast Liine bound
west ran off- the track about one; utile as8
of that, nlace. -..The locomptiTe-.wnsT thrvra
off the track bv an'obsirncth' aht rari'nVw
outhe ties a distance of 800 feet, when the
locomotive turned over and the baggaga and
passenger cars ran. together",- making a great
wreck. Tho locomotive Was entirely .strip
Pd of its upper adornment by a passenger
rarrunmng.cn top of ir.- lingular to say
there was no t ne seriously injured," V'
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It is jroT oar province to tell ladies when
they should buy uew bonnets and other mil-
'wry eoods. but we wia t&ll taera,- cn the
utaority of our better hair, that if they do
win to buy; they can end all .atylea,; 6izes
f on patty-pan to a large flour scoop, com-
pnsf i ta ' tn c, handstsi e f i xi ! rcccclly. re
teitei by Mrs.IX-le"anllrMi'3 Rusa". Don't
ythat we told you,' ladies, but jast blip
rjuna ana taKe a good, looK'at the many,
i'-ce things they have for 'sale. : '
CatBtsH vour best hones as a faith 'arid
UJe by them in action, and while you are
ag all this, don't forget that James II.
stntly inaking-accessions to, -ens of
most vaned and extensive stocks of dry
"xu, notions, groceries, etc., that Loens-'
can boast of. Jim is always attentive
4 obliging, and we feel sure that the man
aowiii give rcres00'3 formless money
lU .doc's t.l.rr.r-t vt br. iT.-,-'"fl in fl.?i
thu w P io-morrow, is represented Ly,
ck! tiarri8rg papers' and others of our ex
aaoge, a entertaining and deserW
UdV- vitic' cne that every body will
Jfttmper from the "frosty sons'" and our
"lor uth.y U enjoy a rich treat. 1
Editoeuuties, IUcal axd GEXErLail
Floiir-Insjxclcrr. -Ilichard Terry, Ecq.,
of Allegheny county, has been appointed by
Governor Gearys Flour- Inspector - for the
Western District cf Pennsylvania, in place
of Capt. Vm. B. Coulter, lately 'deceased.
Slats Fair.'- It has been decided to held
the State Fair n the- grounu-of the East
Pennsylvania 'Agricultural and MccL..r.ical
Society at Nornatown.; ;It wiljtake place
in September nest.u- The only Question now
ia who decided this to be so.
,. Information Wanted -Of the man who
will give 25 cents apiece for the nickl tccts
of the old coinago.. A democratic raftsman
the other day gave us '.100 coppers 'or.!" six
months'' subscription to 'the 'FkkejIa'S-
among them twelrep( the coinage referred to.
. .Fire. The -dwelling and barn of -Jacob
Shanefelt, of Woodbury township, Blair
county with nearly all their contents, were
destroyed, a few days since, by lire commu
nicated from a-pile of straw in the stable,
to which a little boy had -unvittingly ,et
Ere with a match.' '.No insurance, . ' , .
Postponed. The trial of Miss Majia
Young, charged with causing the' death'of
her father near Hollidaysburg, a short time
since, by administering poison to him, has
been postponed until the July .Term &f the
Blair county Court, in order to enable .her
counsel to prepare for her defence. .1 "
Strange , Fatality;-We learn from the
Blairsville Pre 'that two young men (cou
sins) named Armstrong, residing in Jtiostra
ver township, Westmoreland county; three
miles di-itarit from each other, were killed by
lightning cn Monday of last week-r one about
8 o'clock in the morning and the other about
12 o'clock, noon. , . ' - - r
Hon. A. W. Benedict, Clerk of the House
of Tiepresentatives of this State, and one of
the Secretaries of the. Republican State Cen
tral Committee, died on the 28th of ApriJ
at Huntingdon," of -erysipelas.' lie was
widely known and much respected. It Is
believed that he started the first daily pen
ny newspaper ever published .in Philadel
phia. :.: , ,' , . .... ,, . r
juenica jrumsnmeni. James aiaiinews,
whose pursuit through a portion of Cambria
and capture in Indiana county will be re
membered by our readers, was at the recent
sitting of the' Huntingdon county Court
found guilty of burning the barn and killing
two horses -belonging to Mr. Goshorn, of
Tell township, that county, and sentenced
by Judge Taylor to fifteen years' imprison
ment m the W estern Penitentiary.
Sin endar Death. A man In Pittsburg left
his home, on Saturday evening last, against
the earnest temonstrance of his wife, for the
purpose jof paying a visit to Alleyieny City,
and on his" return,, three or four hours after,
found his wife a. corpse her death having
been produced by internal injury caused by
the violent -emotion incident to the quarrel
with her husband; she .'being' In a delicate
condition at the time.-' -I f '.":''' '' ' '
' 'Auditing Bounty Accon m' . Tire Borough
and Township. Auditors of Cambria county
seem to forget that' they subject "themselves
to a fine of $50; one half 'cf wnich goes to
the Informer. And, the other h-iIlfcT. the school
Fuol, for fitilin? topnblish ftcotivlensed slate-
menfi ht some, one of the county ; papers :of
the condition' of the bounty fund in tbevr re
spective boroughs ard townships,; "Itjs full
time that IhU matter-was attended to.,, -Salt
in Lamps. An Iowa editor who has
tried the experiment recommends. the use of
salt ui lamps, alleging that greater brillian
cy is .obtained' in the, Jight and 25.per-cent.
saved in,.th .consumption pf, oil. ? The lamp
should be half filhid .with common gait and
then' Sited up" with oil. vThe paper docs nst
say so, but we presume ,t.he same salt; -wilt
doibr an indefinite' time. . The experiment
is a feioipie ue, ana may oe worm a iriai,.
SrEAKiNOof Springfashions a tailor says
there is not :rnucrx change, in gentlemen's
pants. There- is less than usual in- most
gentlemen's , pockets, but even that? little
will Accomplish a great deal if expended in
the- purchase of cheap good at -thcrea owned
emporium ofV . S,. Barker, bu "High street.
where dress goods, ilry goods, groceries, etc.,
have just'been received m the' greatest pro
fusion, and where low prices and quick sales
is the mottol-wLich has.' "been" adopted and
will be strictly Ladhered ' to ' in .all business
transactions. x There indeed TOay , .found
the Vatlie that leads to; fortune,, and it is a
Vallie that none who have ever, traveled , to
will wish to depart from V.; . ; ', .. ; T, i V '.
-r Still l'tAHbI-onn.lli6mlis T nas
taken the Xront rank in the Boot and 'Shoe
trade' of this community,' and with a' deter
mination to maintain his. position, has with
in the past few days added Very extensively
to his stoCn; of ladies, gent's and' hildrca's
boots and shoes 'for isprins' and summer
weai, and Ms now" prepared., to tutThy jde-
ecription ot a loot, trom tno smallest to tne
largest. " " John's" stock is unequalled by any
in town; and is altogether -of his own and
the best eastern 'manufacture; and cannot
fail to give satisfaction." We.advise an ex-
i animation of his assbj-tiiieut,.' which will'-bi
sold aa cheap as thej;heapest, and warrant
ed of the pest make and material, ;. . , r
OX -TUS , .FCUBTII OF JtXLT K"SXT the
bh"d of freedom, will scream from the- Gulf
of Mexico clear up to the North Pole, and
if ha knows whatV what will dobtless pro
claim to the world, ana the "rest, or man
kind" that Mills. & Davis have the best
goods, the cheapest 'goods', and the moet
varied assortment of all kind, that ha3 ever
graced the shelve? c,f any store5 in the goodly
town of iTbensburgv ' If ha Ui.s to co ' this
the fact will be nor.e the Jes3 apparent to
those who have the good sense to study tneir
own inteiests by -maiirig lueir purchases
from the above firm,. Let all ethers ga and
do likewise. 1 - - J" ;
IliSiirEas,' .'&c-A'V th's "Is the
proper time for purchasing new EadJIcs,har
ncss,i&c.,'as Iwciraj; having .old Larnens,
gears, &c, repaired,' "we commend . to the
patronage of farmers and others 'needing
work in that line our friend,' Hugh " A.
McCoy, whose shop will found on Uhh.
street, in the"front tocar ovw-'illlla S- Ui
vis.st6r0:.'; Ilugh'.is prepared to do all such
jobs in a workmanlike manner and. at ex
ceedingly moderate, prices',' and as .'borne in
dustry deserves encouragement . we' trust
that ha will Lave his Llc3 full cf work.': .'
aih- School Convention Swindlidr end
- ' Matrimony A Gay Deceiver Disorderly
. Conduct Welsh Jqiics Estate Amuse
ments Odd FeUmcs Improvements Di
cbolismThardiS, $;., -c. :.:r. , u - ? .
- v.' v ';.-?, -. JfonxsTOws,- Atzvl. 23,-1.857,;:
Dear- Freeman Owing 'to unavoidable
absence last week I -failed to make rny s ap
pearance ia the rola cf local correspondent,
and to make amenda will now give' a brief
resume of events which have transpired since
my last. . '.' j ,
On Thursday and ' Friday next' the Sab
bath School Convention already announced
in your columns will be holden here and the
programme of exercises, as laid down, vvill
render' it quite an interesting affair. The
prettiest feature on that occasion will bo a
procession of all the schools combined, -and
under the eScient Chief Marshalship of Gen'.
PotU and. able assistants this part, of the
programme will be certainly well carred
out. The great number of Sabbath School
children'who will participate in the process
sion cannot fail to make it large, novel and
interesting. The ability of the llev. gentle-
men having the matter in charge t3 evidence
sufficient' that a radical benefit will accrue
to the system from an interchange of views;
A bold and successful attempt at obtain
ing money under false pretences was ' made
here a few days ago "by a man named Henry
Kettig. It appears tnat he presented him
self at the. office of the Cambria Iron Com
pany and gave' his name as John Lay ton,
an employee of the Company, stating- that'
he had just received a letter from Somerset
containing the intelligence that his mother
as lying at the point of death, and desiring
hii presence immediately. .'In proof of this
statement he produced a letter, postmarked
Somerset, in which all he had said was, ver
ified. . Being out of money he desired an or
der for what was due him, amounting, as be
said, to- twenty-five dollars. 'The .clerk,
naturally commisseratmg his circumstances,
wrote him an order for the amount, and
Eettig took it to the cashier.': Lay ton's ac
count was examined and it was found that
there was a balance due him of $32, and the
enterprising Rettig concluded he would take
it all. In a couple hours afterwards the
veritable Lavton appeared.' and." having
heard of his mother's illness, came to draw
his wages for the purpose of visiting her.
Imagine his surprise when informed that the
money had atreadjr been paid in Lis name,
and couldn't 1q drawn a second time.' Lay-
ton Iobt no lime ia bringing a respectable
citizen, known to ' both parties, who bore
witness to the fact that be was-the proper
claimant."' The cashier was in' a quandary $-
neither-w ils men having been long here ct
course he could not remeoabep faces, and no
doubt the' assumed! Layton had absconded.
Not so, however, for in tha meantime Rettig
alias Layton had. been :improving. his time
by marrying a'young -lauy to wcuui u u-u
been paying his addresses,' and -after the cer
emony sent Lis baggage to' the station, with
the intention of leaving with hu new maae
wife on the next train; 'The bona fide Lay-
ton suspected ilett; 3 wasiLd iaaiviCtt&nvaa
had asbetned Lis name from the fact that ha
had barded fur a short, time in the sazae
house and had made inquiries which, "when
brouutt .0 b or on the matter, i oiea suspi
cious- iOnr Worthy chief of police found cut
that iiettig wa3 about ieaving, ana going w
the depot captured the "gay deceiver". . ana
escorted him to the:lock-ipw- i After a bear
ing jn' the case ana on two similar cnarges
preferred -.by other' parties, tk accused,' ia
default of $200 'bail, .wa3 sent, to your town
to answer,at the coming-Court.'! , ir r
The monthly recurrene'e of pay-day at the
Mill brought out the usual amount of "cases"
and induced th-a usual number: of: hilarious
individuals to indulge their quarreling pjo
Tensi ties. a fclosa'calculatSonlhere '.IS a
very large amount ef fight in every half pint
of our tanglefoot, and as soon as tne neces
sary jsteam ;is up the result can be- anticipa
ted. ,. Three yemg tuea who had; imbibed
the necessary amount met 031 Oanal street.
on Saturday evening, and 'agreeing to dis
agree: rthey-. soon ha4. a" . trst-ciass - nose
mashing and eye bunging engagement under,
headway, t ,-One ofttetnVt lengtb con eluded
to vary tteexercs by pulling fottiia large
knife, . but ; fortunataiy-at'; that., parucfuar
juncture the. p&iicer made, their appearance
and, alter, ft JPtief.reSIstaCei the' piiigerenis
were captured and accommodated with lcdg-ingsrfor-rthrtiightTtn-rthejug"
morning they pai&a-hih price for their ex
cel ent s eeoms anccmmoaations, ana u iuo
lilurv "offl.'fr'ce fi?ht "a niht icf ad UaCOm
fortable cell and a larg slice iff their month's
wajes. ,wa good .fun, thvy Ctainly .had
very amusing, time ,01 1 it. Several other
"drunks" mads thefr appearance .during the
evenlnsr"'btk a ' wholesome, fear1 -of being.
lugged'' feo'on'drovd .tcer4rback' to their
holes, -''' '-.'' .(-u?;';-""'J Jr- '-".' '''
" The heu-3 bf the Welsh"' & -Jones "estate
have 'been trvinz to sell their 'property on
Portage street, better known as the' Island,"
during the past week; ; Very few.sales were
effected, however, owing,' it is sai, ''to tha
unreasonable expectations 01 the' owners.
The greater proix)rtion of-the property, itU"
true, is y aluabje but' they' appear to .have
set the valuation altogether too-high in
duce any person to invest to any greaf-ex
tent. The greater part of the ground oHered
must be withdrawn from the market for "an
indefinite' period if they wish to realize the
exorbitant prices -expected. - In -this event
the growth of that portion of pur town .wil
be seriously retarded.' iU- --..tss
Wm- Ileadrick - disposed of hi3 property
at the bead-of Pcrtago street, cna daylast
week, to John Sivert forthe'rum'of $1,C3.
Ballsrhops,' dances, frblids'knd1 gunf
sucks" ' Were some et the Innocent.- amuse
ments'' Indulged- In'' here "last Week- The
German Association' led qfF vvith a hop ca
Mouday night,-' which was largely-attended,
well conducted end treatly enjoyed. - -' -
I The" Odd Fellows have fitted 'xip the third
story of the Arcade for alodge room and re
moved thereto.' Tronhciser's Hali, just ya-catad-bv-
them; will be returned td its legit
imate -purpose;: the usecf the publid.'-'-'
Johnstown will expand xaore this year.Ia
tha way cf pnllla and private irnproverucnts
than daring iny rrevicus .-year; Nearly
one .tundrni mldirgs are ncfw.ia -course c
erection in town and vicinity. - .
' . -A' diabolical" attempt; was toiide to'thtcv,
the Philadelphia Jlxrtess fyonx the track,
near this- p!sc2,;ci .Thursday evening, wesk,
by mean3 of an Iron -bar placed in a fro at
one cf the switches; but fortunately the dev-
ulsa c!Tcrt failed, .though., the train was -se-
Vtrtly jarred ia pas:;;ng aver it.
t "ihe 'than 3 Ct."fciU iiai"
are dua II-
i-. ---J tj. .
an ' Eobert'
raze r , l.,e
tl-Jmaniy and c,;aci!it Ciarxs cf U. T. Frcz'i,
drugri far fa vers received. .To' th-;se
jvUng gentlemen 'Ur. Frazcr is indebted to
a great extent - for; having' Ihe nsatest and
b :. t arranged, drug store in Western Penn
sjkanla. :.?) i -j :, Skit Bai; t
' ' ' i . A s. J 'J' - - -1 - ' J ,i I ai i
.AsrE, Chills, oa IxTERsrmEXT Fxtes
cured, or the money refunded.' '..Dr. r Witt's
Ague Pills are entirely a new medicine, and
having beep tried in5over.l200 of line very
worst and obstinate cases of Chills end Fe
ver, and not failed even in one case to effect
a epeedy core, the proprietor, guarantees
them jto enrs in every a?e, even after all
other tnldiciaes fail, j Those EulTcriag should
immediately give them, a- trial. They are
warranted to cra .For sale by. Druggists,
orxcutijy;mail cn iecsipt.of.tho price, 41.
Address Dr. 7itt,,.Box: 611, -Cincinnati,
Oh:0 -t' y t n r; i;vt--i r
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Fbazes's TJsco .StoB&r-Abjpsz the re
cent changes in Johnstown, we notice that
cur friend, C. T. Frazer has taken quarters
in the brick building on Franklin street ad
joining the site of his former drug store, and
has opened out a larger stocs tnaa.ever.oi
fresh drur,, medicines, fz :Fraser is; c-ne"
of -the most careful and competent drnggisU
in the State, and commands as be deserves
the patronage of 'all classes; , The most ef
fective cough medicine ever used ja our fam
ily was compounded by Mr.-Frazer himself,
and we have no hesitation in , commending
his preparations to general use. i .- ?,
Painting. Those of our readers who de-
si en buildiDg or improving .housesf already
built, will find it to their interests to employ
our Altoon i friends, John Eockett 5f Co., to
do tL5 p-' Ub2, papering, etc. Any' work
in their Iim will be contracted ior- at . tne
owest figures and executed, in the highest
style ef.the art. See their card. , - -... ,.' r
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"Delay not till to-morrow-what should
be done, to-day Cure that ; cough : before
tli forever too late.-One bottle of Uoe's
Cough Pahtam :will cure. 5 . It. i3 agreeable,
cheap and effectual Delays are dangerous.
A word-to the-wise is sumcisnt . r.
At the'Chapel in Carroll town, on Monday,
2Sth ult.. by Eevi Fathr Edmund. Mr. N.
J.BEanQN and Mies Maby. M'Cot; all of
Carrolltown. r - - ' ..-.-'.! -. ":
. 'Than' and his' winsome- brids have the
good wishes of 'every person; .He served
through the late war a a gallant soldier, and
now. has taken Up cms in a more delightful
ar.d glorious campaign, -end we- can only
bope that he yti'fafe beer withtafii"?
one he has decsved than he did enduring the
peri'a .of th battle-field.- And,- VMouie,"
yet! i?a won'-a- iwM'er and 'A - tdii'-whosa
"heiitwill eve.r,respiu-: 't- your own ia,au
thalh-i nobler and generous.; Happy" and
mirthful bai been you union-4nay mutual
love and mutual enjoyment ever attend-your
wedded me - -- a
At the residence of her soh4n-law, Luther
Stiles, : in Blacklick township4 ' on ' the -28th
ult.,- Mrs. Mabia CBAia;: In the 61th year
. ?Sister, fesVfrotn sin and sorrow ,A
. -nfiatH in (x's-r Arui- Ufa isr wntt
On thy slumber dawns no morrow
Eest,- thine earthly racer ia run. i -; -!
Dearest sister, thoa has left us,
... - Here thy loss we deeply feel,
";' But 'tis Gcd that has bereft us-
. , He cin &U our sorrows heal. , r
s""are thee wtU, dear mother, sister, .'J:
-." With our tones of-earthly lovet
1 Ohi how much we'll.daily miss her j
But we'll mee ia realms above.. A
; All persons knowipg, themselves in
debted to the iind8rsigned:ou tbook account,
and settle' the 'same4 either' by paying' the
cash (which, of -course? Avould be preferred)
or ?yipT t'tTa7j-tt;:jr tol cnCcf
fore the 1st day, of July, next, as afteif.that
dat3 el nccqUnts remaining unsettled will be
left in il;, hands of 'a proper, bfScer ' for..col
lettion. P . . ' T Vi'XSAUPP.'iv
"p H TI CB'OKPHAKS COURT OP
'-CAMBRIA COUNTY.'In: the batter
of the application of John O'Co'nnelI,"Jr.,'for
decree of specific performance, flotice having
been given to the heirs' ahd jegsl representa
tives of Charles Heyer,; dee'd,' on motion of
F- A. Ehoemaker; W; H. Sechler, Esq.," tip
pointed Commisiiioner to. take testimony of
proof -of 'contract.' By 'order of tho Court
r . JAMI GEIFFIN.jClerk. -r
: in pursuance pf the" aDOveVcotice'is here
by given that' I will" attend ,'to.Ihe duties of
said appointment at the oiace of F.' A'. Shoe
maker, 'Esq.," in;. Ebeusburg borough',' on
Thursday, the'23d 'day of .May ; next.Vfhea
and where 'those interested may attend.
. ,w;u: SLCIJIJuIV'-Corilmissiotier:.1'
2,'IS67.-3t. . " -
fno THE -LADIES OFiEBENS
: BUF.G .ODTroiNITr.-lIaving rsi
cently arrived toathe city . with a Laud
some assortment of Sprirj end Surjwier JdZ?
linery end Straw Qoodst of the latest 'styles
compris:ng .Bonnets SUks anct- Velvet- fine
French F lorvertf an. .assortment cf . BAlbonst
all wiiihs and colors, Ladles' plain and fan
cy Dress Cups, Infants'".. Silk and Embroid
ered Cops,; together with Hocp 'Skirts,. Cor
sets, Hosiery,' Gloves, Ladies' and. Genius
fine lanra IIandkerchJc;f3,;&c.lwinvjta.the
ladles of : Ehsnsburg; and.- surrotrndias , dis
tricts to call and examine oaf-.stock,- in. the
store loom formerly .occupied -by H. "Hnghcs,
tctow the Mountain JIcuss.., -
- -X q have a fashionab!3,milincr of excel-.,
lest ta5te,who will pay particular attention
to' bleaching, pfcr-slns and alterbg Hats aad
Bonnets to the latest styles. ':, s,
; April 25-3517; ' Mis RUSH.
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-X'XIAI tS COUST SALE.-
tfrlfhit r- rt nr.-- -f-f-.n n-r-
Court cf.lt? county cf Cz.
ria, tha undar
FZZ!, rur.raian cf. Anr
La -4. i
ose to Public h'ile, on -the remises in th
bcrcuh cf i-'sinimitvi'Ia. ca Welnesdrj
iLhldjy-cfllzy next, at 2 o'clock p. jr., tha
to; 10 win great estate; to' wit: "A certam LOT
OF GIIOCITD,: situate ;ia' the borough -of
Eaamitville, Canbrii' county, bcuadud tui
dsscritsd as fo'.lowsi 'Begir- &t a pcj.; at
a corner the easterly this cf ths'cl-i Alla
pheny P.aii Jload rK-rth 45 dff rsos, " east
210 feet,' to a pott ; thance south 4.2 degr??3i .
east 1G0 lect-.ta a post: thence tcuth 45 da-
rrrecs; west ISO fecttf? tha.Xurnpike read ;
thence' a.ong sid Turnpis., tort a &Z c;.; -west
125 feet, laore-cr ''ta'the-'plactj cf
beginhiug r sjad' marked - and fcunbered - c a" ;
the general plan, cf eaid torcu;h as lot '2To,
28,-hnvipg .thorcoa. erected, a tvrotory Brick
and Frame House and lYaro-SHb! ; V, .
ALSOTfcat certaia'LOT.OJC Gi'iOTJND
situated ia tha borough, aforesaid," frontlnj
ca tho Turnpike road, and acj jiiJag Lot Ko,
23, -"i marked and liutabcred -ca'llie. gensral
plan of said borough as Lot No. 27. - f.-r 1 ;s
- Also Tha V certain- LOT CF TwOUlTD
situated. in the borrgh aforesa , f-"nting;
on the old , Allegheny Portage 11. 'load,
and adjoining Lot No. 27,'marked and nura '
bered on the general plan of said berougaas
of Soli One-na'f the purchasa
money to be paid ca :conrmktioabf ssle,;
and, the residue ia one year thereafter; with:
interest, ; to be secured -by ,th ton 4 and-
mortgage of the purchaser.
' ; T. L. JOIIXSTOK; Guardian. ! ,
' April Il,'l837.-St.
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QIIERIFF'B SALE; 13y. virtr j
Tr-' f "writ cf Ftm Facias issued .cut of"
the Court cf Common Pleas of .Cambria cc.-.
ty, and to rts directed, .there will i 3 cr- V
to Public Sale, on the premises, cn SATUii-
DAY, the 4th day of M AY next, at 1 0 'o'clock a
a m; the following p.eal Bitate, to wit-: , r;j
1 "All the .right, title and interest cf Patrick
McGurkr 6fy in and, to a lot of, ground, sitat
ate in. Cambria, borough, .Cambria county,
fronting on Bivcr "street, and extending back s
to Conemaugh river, adjoining dot -of Mrs.
Fitzpatrick on the north and lot pf ;T. Eo-j
john, on the sou th -.having thereon erected a i
one-story plank house and plank stable, nowj
in the occupancy of Patrick Toner, , ,s
; .Taken into " txecutica and to be sotaatthe
suit of Terance Keenan. "... . n
f' :n . 'JAMES MYEHS; Sheriff
"J '"ber'c'Iers at Private Sale two valuable--
tracts of TIME ES LAND, situate la Jack
son township; Cambria county,; and known "
as the "Lloyd Property. 'Also Four cth
er valuable tracts of LAND, situate in Can
bria and Jackson townships, and knows ss V .
the-"Pensaoola. -Property Also- TWO-
' FARMS adjoining the borough of Ebensbnrg
na containing; about , 1C0 acres ; the other-
- aboufcvl0 aircs.'i The build! cgs arsll la9"
good- rspulr?': :&ith:nevef-faiU2 -sprit'-s- cf
' water' near. tho housci . i U v-i l-'r? r : jS-v-.
i 1 O Persona -wkhig to'jparcbasai cV rtfl
.Farms orrTunber' Landi.'iwill -do-well "by'T
.calling oaiae "before buyicsf-oro-ucrfng tlsa'-
for Bais.-J2 rthP. A. LIIOEMAEEi:. f
: ; apn.tf.i 'Atfy at -Law, Ebetsbul g.f '. r
- ' joit3(ock"ctt1&' jtic;;
.'Desire to iuforra.'the '"pubg'tncrally. tliat
they 'are' now, "prepared to. execute House,,.
Sign 'ahd 'Onuimminld'rtiff -Grrin Fit-Jj
pvrJlaxinj,.Graiiu7!j and (Mlcaniiiirv, ti-'t
ther ia Cambria, Blair or Huntingdon Couov
tics, on the shortest notice, in, the very, best
Etyle, and at prices as reasonable as any
etbenfiria. or' individual in tho country. ,
i C4lla5 thcir'roouii'Ci'LoTvlher'a buildings
under Eoush'g Drug Sto-, or address : , ,
-i - 'JohH Rockett & Co., Altoona, Pa. '
-i April 25, 18S7. cw s r .
jSHIPThe1 ; l:if tr.":vhrp '. ficr'.-r;
.name and .slyla cf Cola. Barbaricb, in the .'j
.taa'nufacture cf Lurabcr, is this day' dissolved ,
by'mutual'co-Qer-t.. . .---. - " V, ;. y..
ij ;" ;, !v "Joseph coLr.;';. v.". r.j
i' FRAKCIS J. BARBAEICH.
own, lilarch 27,. J867. ...
- Tee' biisic'is3''will '. hereafter W conducted
fcy Hessrs. Barbarich, ''IlcAieer & Hasg,
ur.;r tls nicr.o ana try; 3 ci
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miMBER lAND FOIl SALE. -f
7- k The-sutsciiber cITcrs for Eals a tr'actcf -v-unimproved
Laxid located ia ABcrhcay tpr; -'Cambria
county' about cna mile frci CL:.. i'-"-
J! priag?, ' adjilaing- lands cf Chas, Ccir-. :y, ii
Joseph Henry; tcl others, contain!;" il-u 5
ol'A.i x-i wwi. Al-iiJ, Uu Vfcsl tultl
throughout with pine, eak,'-i.:U;cr. s.--'-"
other, c-;r!-ct-bl3 'tl-..TLis 7jy-? tis.-
trill bo f'-H at a bargr,ii,.rd us-:!lr?red,
I --rms. M'urt:;"" inform" tba c.:a b'e
j tl from Jobs Bradley, ct the-nnort' s "r.ri
at Lorttto.v'V.;-!! -,J0UN IlcNA! V-'.
aycr T "3Scyc?r
; ? everaog vera
"inch tbcyi I-' -,ich
) 3sd r ofT to
' rago containing
3 wcro drawn
hibit Iil3 control
'and 'active in
;;f their FpcclcE
ho lions is rc
; .ill confidence in
1 3, entered with
nn to put the
I All proceed -
length ono C.
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