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DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
70.1 JCPGK OF SUPREME COCRT :
MO. GEOI1GE SHIRSWOOD,
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
FOB ASSEMBLY :
Hos. JOHN 1 LINTON, JoLnBtowa.
FOR SHERIFF :
JOHN A. BLAIR, Ebensburg.
FOR TREASURES :
JOHN COX, Conemaugh.
FOR OOMMI&SIONEB :
JOHN A. KENNEDY, Carroiltown.
FOR JCRT COMMISSIONER :
JOHN BUCK, Carroiltown.
FOR POOR HOUSE TI RECTOR '.
JOHN D. THOMAS, Ebenburg.
TOR AUDITORS :
EDVf. D. EVANS, Croyle, S years.
II. K. SHAFFER, Conemaugh, 1 year.
for coboser :
J. A. IIARROLD, JubnBtown.
Acditok. Henry 11. Shaffer, of Con
emaugh township, has been placed upon
the Democratic ticket for Auditor for one
year, in lieu of John F. Allen, Esq , de
clined. Mr. Shatter is an excellent citi
zen, a competent man, and a sound demo
If you are in favor of compelling a nian
who makes a bargain to pay in gold or
silver to live up to bis contract, vole for
If you are in favor of a Judge deciding
according to popular opinion, and disre
garding the law, vote for Henry V. Wil
The Radicals in Philadelphia refused to
Humiliate a single soldier upon their ticket,
after all their professions of love for the
In Cambria county t he Rads. can only
fleet a single candidate the Jury Com
missioner. For this office they nominated
n civilian, while for those offices which
.here is no prospect of carrying, they
Last fall tho AUeghanian asserted that
110 man can bo deprived of a vote because
te is what is called a deserter. This year
it blames the Sheriff for not publishing
what the Supreme Court has decided to
""be an unsoivetkulional law disfranchising
It is enough to eay to election boards
that the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
Lai decided Ju-'g ! Strong, a 11 'publiear,
delivering tho opinion that no white man
-who has not been tried acd found guilty
of desertion, by a legal Court, can be pre
vented from voting.
Before another number of the Freeman
veacues Us readers the great battle will be
foiio-ht. ant?, if Democrats do their whole
duty, a vt "tor won. We hope our friends
will hear wu'h u-J in a few word3 of ear
Cambria county lias always been as
true to her principle.' as ler own everlast
ing hills to the hases o.t which they rest.
In all the fires of adversit by which her
gallant sons have been tri-u tl,ey have
never faltered. While other. ' liave bcen
recreant they have "been true, a n what
ever tale the ballot-box of other c'ounties
has told, the morning after the ele."li"n
has always given m figures jf which wc
never had cause to be aelrametl.
And now, with triumph within our
reach with victory ready to perch upon
our banner will any Detaoerat falter in
the performance of his whole ctuty ? Will
any true Democrat think of any other ob
ject than thi triumphant election of the
whole ticket! Will any one deface the
ticket by tiding a feipglo name from his
Let every Democrat remember that we
all, as Democrats, have been common
sufferers from the tyranny of Radicalism,
and that now, when a brighter day is
dawning upon us, is the last time we
should think of giving "aid and comfort"
to the enemy.
Let us, then, make a manly strule,
"worthy of ourselves, for the wliole Demo
cratic ticket. We require no words of
abuse for our dissenting friends. They
have a right to their opinions, and many
of them entertain them honestly. Many
others of them, however, tire willing to
join our ranks, and ewe-ll the tide of tri
umph which is to cover our victorious arms
on Tuesday next.
Let us, then, while we press on for the
6uccess of the State ticket, not forget our
duty to the county ticket. Let us not,
while we toast Judge Sharswood elected,
have our joy dampened by a single defeat
on our county ticket ; but let our joyous
exultations be for an increased majority
for the county ticket, while at the same
time the gallant old Commonwealth is redeemed.
Itnow-IVolliIiigs lu the Field.
A few years ago the Know-Nothings
organized themselves into a band, sustain
ed by itnpioua oaths, for the purpose of
excluding citizens of foreign birth or of a
particular religious belief, from the rights
of citizenship under the Constitution and
laws of the country. This party, though
euecessful for a while, soon sank into
merited oblivion, and, you can find no man
vote willing to acknowledge he ever was a
member of it.
A new secret order has sprung up among
u?, and seeks to control the ballot-box as
the Know-Nothings did. It has assumed
the name of the "Grand Army of the Re
public," and has sworn in a large number
of members, especially in the Southern
portion of Cambria county. It has al
ready had sufficient strength to dictate the
radical nominations and control the desti
nies of that party in Cambria county.
It is of course scent, and we can't tell
whether it is organized precisely upon the
same principles as the Know-Nothings-
Its tiKoived object, we are informed, is to
confine all political nominations to those
who have been officers during the late re
bellion, u e presume this is correct, for
they have placed in nomination a number
of officers, from Colonel down to Serjeant,
but not a single private, though many of
these have cpjalirications superior to those
who, by accident, became officers.
But we are opposed to this secret socie
ty upon other grounds. The war 13 over,
and we all rejoice that it is ended. The
gallant soldier who served his country on
the field of battle, having performed his
whole duty, returns to his home and sinks
the soldier in the citizen. He knows full
well that the people, who are the best
judge?, will appreciate his sen ices at the
proper time. The Democrats, for in
stance, have at the head or their ticket,
for the two best offices in their gift, a gal
lant soldier of the recent war in the person
of Col. Linton, and a brave soldier of the
Mexican war in the person of John A.
Blair. All distinction between the soldier
and the citizen should be lost.
But, further, the people are not willing
that their fellow citizens, too old for war,
shall be deprived of the right of holding
office when they are otherwise qualified,
nor are they willing that those whose mis-
fortunes li'iiva rpnrlr,1 tliorv. : i u
' ....v.vi iiiui llll-tl i 'tlUlU Ul
taking the field shall be excluded from the
offices of the people. "Fair play is a
jewel," and no brave soldier nor good
citizen will ask to appropriate all the offi
ces of honor and profit to a particular
class. The Democrats have been just to
the soldier?, and at the same time rcco
nized the niut deserving citizens, by plac
ing those on their ticket who are not only
incapacitated for service in the field, but
unable to labor by reason cf their infirmi
ties. Major Uyekman, the Radical candidate
for Sheriff, Sergeant Ogden, the 1W
House candidate, and perhaps others on
the Radical ticket, are members of this
secret political organization. If we mis-
represent this society, or its members, our
columns are open to correction But wi
, . . X , . ' .
do trust the people" of Cambria county
will give a wide berth to this oath-bound
society, boasting the lofty name-of the
"Urand Army ot the Republic." The
Republic, thank God, has no need of a
"Grand Army," r.ow, and least of all a
"Grand Army" of Office Holders,
Remember, Democrats, that a full turn
out in Pennsylvania will elect Judge Shars
wood to the Supreme Bench, and give us
a Judge that will decide according to the
Constitution and the laws, and not seek
for the opinion of the politicians before ho
i?ememier that the success of the Dera
crai'ic picket secures a restoration of the
Union to its original integrity, when every
department of government will move on in
its appropriate sphere, as was the case be
fore radicalism unsettled the country.
Remember that with the success of the
Democratic party, we shall have a reduc
tion of the National and State debt, a de
crease of taxation, and a return to the
good old times of honesty and economy.
Remember that the AllegJianian and the
Tribune, and other Radical organs, have
admitted the last Radical Legislature was
the most corrupt body of men that ever
assembled in Pennsylvania.
Remember that Thaddeus Stevens leads
the radical party, and that he admits that
they have been acting, for several years,
entirely "outside of the Constitution."
Remember that if the radicals are suc
cessful in the coming elections, Pennsyl
vania will be deprived of the right of mak
ing her own election laws, and the Rump
Congress will impose Negro Suffrage upon
Remember that a full turn out in Cam
bria county elects the whole Democratic
ticket by a large majority.
Remember that the election of a single
radical will weaken the future career of
the Democratic party, and will be used as
an argument in favor of Negro Suffrage.
Remember that no Democrat ever
scratches a name on the Democratic ticket
without feeling regret and sorrow for it '
wben it is too late to remedy it. Think
of all this, fellow Democrats. Go to the
polls with a will take your neighbor
with you vote the ticket, the whole
ticket, and nothing but the ticket, and all
will be well.
The fight for Sharswood goes on brave
ly. New friends are every day coming
forward in his support. His learning,
capacity and fitness for the office are con
stantly increasing the number of those
who will cast their votes for him on the
day" of the election. His defeat is impos
sible, and intelligent Republicans have
secretly given up the contest as hopeless
Among the signs of the times may be
mentioned the fact that the celebrated
orator and lawyer, David Paul Brown,
has written a most able pamphlet, ad
dressed to all parties in Pennsylvania,
advocating the election of Judge Shars
wood. Mr. Brown says ho is a Republi
can, and always has been one. lie
admits that Hon. Henry V. Williams is
a graduate of Yale College, and a native
of Connecticut ; but adds, it is a sufficient
answer on that score, that Judge Shars
wood is a native of Philadelphia, and
graduated with high honor at the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania. Of Judge Williams
he says :
"We do not deny that he was elected
Judge of Allegheny county, in the year
1SG1, without organized opposition. But
what does all this amount to '? To no more
than can be said of a dozen Judges of the
various Courts of the State of Pennsylvania.
How little is all this to the practical proof
of the unquestioned and undmbteJ compe
tency of Judge Sharswood 1 No man, I sup
pose, will for a moment pretend that there
could be any compaiison between the rival
candidates ; not that we disparage Mr. WiU
liuns, but tio man, w ith all his opportune
ties and qualifications, could reasonably be
expected to possess those claims to the office
which are fully accorded to the accumulated
learning an-1 approval of more than twenty
"The first question then should be, who
is the most competent man ? Now, is there
a person in this community, if left to his un
biased reason, who could hesitate in deciding
that question'? He has all the facts and the
daily proofs before him. In every essential
of a Judge, the President of the District
Ceurt of Philadelphia has no superior ; in
calmness, mildness, affability, moderation,
inflexibility, and in undoubted learning, he
stands pre-eminent in this political contro
versy." This is from a Radical Republican, and
a veteran lawyer, who has practiced at
the Bar fur above fifty-one years. This
pamphlet is now being distributed through
the Stale, and will unquestionably add
rimanv thousands to Judge Sharswood s
a C 7 ...
majority. Sunday Mercury.
Tiik Bedford Gazttte thus illustrates the
working of the Radical law forcing negroes
into the cars with white men :
A friend of ours relates that as he was
traveling from Philadelphia to Huntingdon,
a few nights ago, he took a berth in a sleeping
car, and when about retiring, his attention
was attracted by loud talking aud scuttling
on the platform of the car. Proceeding to
the scene of the disturbance, he discovered a
huge male negro in cuutroversy with one of
the railroad officials about obtaiuiug a berth
in the sleeping car. The ticket agent had
refused to sell the darkey a ticket, and the
colored gentleman was trying to force his
! ;y ito the car without the requisite piece
I of stamped pasteboard. A policeman came
j up, however, and settled the business, by
teliinir t'e ticket agent under the law, if he
refused to sell the negro a berth ticket, on
account of color, he would be amendable to
a tiue ot five hundred dollars, and sul j'ict
i to Pa'J th& llke su"1 to ihe ne'Jro ul'011 an ac
Hon fr dtbll This had the desired t fleet,
j aui t!)C African was handed the coveted
i ticket. It so happened, however, that but
berth was vacant, and that was half of
man. The negro divested himself of hat,
boots, coat ami vest, and proceeded to ap
propriate his half of the double berth. The
white man, who had been dozing, turned
around, looked at the new-comer, rubbed his
eves, looked ag tin, and then came such a
kicking, tumbling, sprawling, and mixture
of white and black generally, as would have
done any amalgarnationist's heart good.
About 'Jus time the conductor appeared
upon the scene, and the result was that the
negro, with ticket in hand, tumbled into
bed, whilst the white man. growling anathe
mas at the party he himself had helped to
place in power, doggtdly put on his clothes
and went forward to sit with wrenched back
and cramped legs, in the passenger car, ru
minating over the beauties of Radical legis
lation. When this negro bill was under consid
eration, Mr. Boyle, Democrat, of Fayette
count-, offered the following amendment
is a new section :
Section 3. Provided, That nothing here
in contained shall bo held to compel the ad
mission of negroes into cars set apart for
ladies, or into berths for sleeping cars.
Thirty-six Democrats voted for this sec
tion, and fifty-one Radicals against it.
Thus the section was defeated, and negroes
can now force themselves into cars set
apart for ladi.- or into sleeping cars. Will
white men support a party which thus
insults their wives aI children ? Age.
The Pkoghessive Paktv.- The Rad
ical Republicans claim to be the p:rty of
progress. The party certainly merits the
title. It began by insisting that slavery
should not be admitted into the unorgan
ized territories of the United States.
Having forced a civil war on that issue, it
then abolished slavery in tho Southern
States. Its next step was to create a
Freedman's Bureau, by means of which,
at an expense of sixty odd millions of
dollars a year, negroes are supported and
educated at the expense of white men,
who are obliged to take care of themselves
and their children without any such aid of
National Government. And now, the
same Republican party, which is ruining
the prosperity of thirty odd millions o?
white people for the benefit of four mil
lions of blacks, cries aloud for negro suf
frage in all the States of the Union and
the equality of negroes in tho public
schools, the jury box, the State Legisla
tures and Congress. This is progress
witu a vengeance.
Bat is it progress in
tbs right, direction ? Sun-lay Mercury.
fOLJTlCAl, AffO WEWS ITEMS,
A man by the name of Merritt T.
Money killed forty-one rattlesnakes in one
day last week, near Keosauqua,.Iowa.
h orney's stationery bill shows that
the increase of salary necessitated the pro
viding ot each Senator with eight pocket
books. - A number of fossil sponscs have been
discovered near Frankfort, Ky. A num
ber more might be found in the depart
ments at Washington.
The largest bit of timber ever taken
out of the Canadian forests came down
the other day. It measures 00 feet in
length, and is 29 by OG inches square.
A Norfolk paper does not see why so
much applause should be bestowed on
Sheridan, the hero of only Five Forks.
whereas Butler is notoriously the hero of
Five Thousand Spoons.
A man in Alton, Iowa, haa escaped
from punishment for adultery because the
highly educated prosecuting attorney had
charged him with "idolatry," which is not
known as a crime in Iowa.
Two Minnesotians were kept all niht
flat on their backs and motionless, feignin
death, by a ferocious animal, which they
supposea to De a bear, but which the
morning light howed as a large New
Recent investigations have broucht
to light immense beds of iron ore, and
fields of coal in Indiana equal to any in
the country. Men of wealth and energy
are now engaged in bringing into practical
use these heretofore hidden stores.
The German who is asked to vote
the Radical ticket, or any part of it, will
not forget that the Tribune, a Radical or
gan in New York, spoke of his country
men as 'the school-hating, runi-lovin
breed of Dutch."
Michael O'Laughlin, one of the num
ber charged with the assassination of Lin
coln, and who was sentenced to imprison
ment for life at the Dry Tortugas, died
there of yellow fever a few days ago
.uua ,. .i resmc in iwmmore. j On the 9th of July, 18C5, General
It is a fact that answers a thousand , Sheridan gave his opinion of negro suf
slanders, that George Sharswood was j fra,c ; an adJress lhe .. u
twce unanimously elected President Judge Idlers at Chicago. He said: "I want
of the I tstnct Court by the people of j tho?e wbo have been lho Sju(h to
ti: ik t 1.. 1
1 uuaueipuia. nerc is a conclusive an
swer to the cry of traitor, and secessionist,
which reckless, corrupt partisans howl out
The entire German vote went against
,1 i 1 . ,. . . , ,
the Black Lepubhcans in California and
Maine, and the Fame result is expected in
Massachusetts lhe Germans dtd not
...w ...... ..j.,, t, -.nil uitiie y
liuiiiieai anu expensive one, ana a negro
government at that. .
Barnura has imported a living gorilla
from Africa, at a cost of $8,000.' The
animal is rive feet high, with a shaggy
coat and great muscular strength. After
a little preliminary training he will doubt-
less be sent south to become a candidate
for Congress from one of the stron" Kadi-
cal colored districts.
r .1 l- .
-One of the South Carolina registrars
says that when the negroes come to "re-
ceivK iiieeieciionirancni.se tney generally
bring along bags or baskets to put it in.
Several, after rogist ration,, beinjj asked
what they had clone, said that "de gem
blin wid de big whisker make me swarc
o doport (SurPorl) de lawofUniwaSoof
oou-iiiui vcai, in nis recent spcecti papers in eacli place, or his pamphet on coc
at National Hall, Philadelphia, said : sumption, for his days of visitation.
"Judge Sharswood was a gentleman j Piease observe, when purchasing, that
against whose private character not a ll,e Uvo hkenesses of the doctor, one whsu
word can be said one to whom I will in. tlie la,st staa. ci nmmpiioa. and the
rvt, tl.it ft-fdit of hpi i.;i,iM 1 ; ML as he now 1S- ia Perfect health, are on
b,e, learned, and Christian gentleman."
But one opinion exists in referer.ee to the
Democrat ia candidate !
Mrs. Mary A mod died in Brooklyn
on Friday, aged one hundred and ten
years. tlic used to v isit General Wash-
ington, when he lived in Pearl street
square, and during the war of 1812 assist
ed a noble band of women in throwing up
earthworks at Fort Greene. She has five
children living, of whom the oldest is sev
enty years of age, and her descendants
r.:ach to the fifth generation.
At Marion, Iowa, a few days ago,
one Johnon,a "pretidigitatcur," was fa
tally injured during one of his feat3,
which was to allow any person to shoot at
him with a pistol loaded with shot or ball.
It appears that the tube on the end of the
ramrod, which draws-the charge after be
ing rammed down, remained in the pistol,
thereby leaving it full loaded. Thc Pro
fessor was shot in the head and cannot
Martin B. Corman, the roost ex
tensive counterfeiter in the world, has at
last been traced to Philadelphia and ar
rested. All of his presses, plates, and a
large amount of good and "queer" money,
has been seized. Corman commenced his
career of crime in Cincinnati five years ago
as a counterfeiter of fifty cent notes, . and
he has driven a thriving business erer
since. It is said he has circulated a
quarter of a million dollars in counterfeit
Henry R. Selden, one of thc ablest
judges of the Court of Appeals, in this
State of New York, the highest judicial
tribunal in the State, decided that the act
of Congress, making greenbacks a legal
tender, was unconstitutional. Selden was
nominated and re-elected to the same no-
. a . ...
sition, oy tnc Republicans in 1863. For
a .decision of the same kind made by
Judge Sharswood, tho Radicals of the
State, unabve to appreciate ability and
honesty such as possesses, denounce
Sharswood as a traitor" If sdj what is
On Tuesday last, says thc Patriot
and Union, John W. Geary pardoned
nine Radicals of Schuylkill county before
trial. Tho number of lawbreakers thus
released by this Pocket Pardon governor
has already amounted to scores, and has
sunk him beneath the respect of every
honorable, law-abiding man in the State
wbo is cognizant of the facts. His own
party members declare that his acts in this
regard admit of no apology or extenuation.
The people are justly punished for elect
ing such an arrant humbug to the guber
natorial office. We confidently predict
that ho will never hold another office
within the gift of the people.
The Radicals of 18G7 forced the ne
groes into the cars. The Radicals of
1868 will force them into the public)
schools. The Radicals of 1866 fixed the
rate of taxation at four dollars and added
one and a half millions to the city debt.
The Radicals of 18G7 have made the tax
equivalent to four dollars and twenty cents,
and will increase the corporate liabilities
two millions of dollars. Will w hite men
and property-holders longer suppou such
a party ?
A wealthy widow named Mary Mc
Carthy drew 1,000 from bank in Chi
cago, on Wednesday, for the purpose of
buying a house, and was proceeding home,
about 3 o'clock, when .he was seized by
a couple of men" just as she was cettin"- 0tf
the street cars, opposite her re&ider.ce, and
held by one while the other robbed her of
the money and ran. The passengers ot
once gave pursuit, and. captured ihe man
who held the lady, but the thief with the
In the town of Kendall, N. Y., there
are four churcliQS in a state of tolerable
preservation, but the religion within them
has gone wholly to decay. Only one of
the four has any preaching in it now, and
that only half a day each Sunday. Abo
litionism bowled them all to death. Re
ligion got rabid with the negro-folia, as
the preachers did, and is now as " dead
as mackerel." But the preachers unfor
tunately live, to rave, and tell falsehoods,
about all who are not as fierce after ne
gro a and negresses as themselves.
A couple of maiden ladies residing in
one of the Western counties of New York,
who used to live comfortably off of rented
property, this year received for their rents
just two dollars less than their taxes.
Another, a widow lady, in the same town,
whose income used to be sufficient for her
support, received only nine dollars more
than her taxes. One of the old maids
referred to, declared that "if the Republi
can party is in power much longer, I shall
have to get married or go to the poor-
testimony to the condition of these freed
negroes. My own opinion is that they
are not fitted for the exercise of the fran
chise. I want them to get a fair price
, for their labor, but I do not think thev arc
...v., t.. . hkj mini- lut -v :u o
; filled to take part in the legislation of the
country." These are the persons the
j KttdicaU are in favor of making the equal.
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for the lemoval of Pimples. Blotches. Erup
tions, &c. on the skin, leaving the same
soft, clear and beautiful, can be obtained
without charge by addressing
TH0S. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist.
823 Broadway, New York.
Lowest Prices !
A NEW AND
EITHER IN .
GOODS OR PRICES
and Invite the
V. 8. BARKER,
I ' CAMBRIA CO.. PENNA.
AND SMALL PROFIT'
AND SMALL PROFITS
AND SMALL PPnpi-r.'
OURLEY'S NEW CHEAP sVrvr-,
The T.nr"ft.t f;tnL- -f r?j
Selected and the Greatest Vart ft
Win "lit t,1 T.iwn J (!'.
LARGEST, CITE A PEST AND r.F
LARGEST. CHEAPEST nd u'
LA KG EST, CHEAPEST AND B?t
GO AND SEE
GO AND SI-E."
GO AND SEE.
public to the fact. that, lo K.J ;..V ' '
and opened out in his New Store 'f?'
TLOUli, CORN MEAL, CHOP FEFJ
Bran. Fish. P.acon and Cheese; - Vr
fee, Tea, Molas.es. Spices. Tobacco" C- '
Candles, Soap, Vinegar, &c.. &c ' t4"'
NOTIONS. DRUGS, PEUFCMEliT
Stoneware and Earthenware. ALSO sc.
assortment of the" best and htst v
Hats. He always kecrs cinsMnVtVC
hand Bf.lognaSausases.Sardir.es F.-c--Spiced
Oysters in can, or half cans! aar
most ."everything in the eating r.r dricV:-' '
line. All of which -will he sold a:
profit. ' "i"'"
Mais Street, Ebensbchu P.
January ul, ietw.
j O L L I D A Y S B U Eg":
CLOTHIER & TAIL03,
llasjutt opened a full assortment c.f
lected and most dt.-irai,'.
sPRinO & mm m
uents and Lots lurLi.-.-ml witu CO""-'
ING, HATS, SHOES, &c.. .f
styles and best material, at tLe L jll'-
UJOII J ililyj...
A VARIETY OF 1'IECE GO.'iD
which will be s.iU by the ynr;i rr: .
order in the most approved u?.::r.(-r.
Having given full satisfaction ,
tomers fur more than iwestt tk!..
he guarantees the same to all u L, r..a f.
him with their jiatronage in t!.j h."
3-Store on the west sidy cf M r;-
street, below Blair, r.ext do.r t V
Hall, Iloiliaysburg, Pa. na.jv
T OOKOUTTOli IUKGAI?
Btrin desirous of retiring fr.-r.
ness, I ofror f..r sale the E'jtnulur ; F
with all its appurtenances, inch: i
real and personal property thc ret A-.'.-.
inir, the ermine, patterns, jiasks, Ja. S-
all the stock, rnancfai-t ured and ui.irs:
tured. consisting of Threshing V. ....
Cooking Stoves. Parlor Stoves, T1.-::
Castings of various kinds. As I
mined to sell, purchasers may rely 14
ting any or all the above Ennu-J sr.'
i .1 .1 . .
y-uc.ij't.-i n,;;a iuey fan ie i;a ar.yw!:?ri
in Pennsylvania." The public are iiv
call aud ju.e f-.r themselves.
July 4, lSG7.-6m. E. CLAv
JJ fc LA XI) KLi!
Fourth aud Arch fCrccli,
Arc orierin-r a NEW STOCK of
for Tin: fall sales of
SHAWLS, SILKS, DHrXs GO': -ash
STAPLE DRY GOODS
Sept. 5, Ibu7.-Gt.
ters Testamentary vn ti.e csTate :"
escc McEurue, late of WiisLii.ct. u
deed, having been granted to tl.eu:.!--by
the Register of Camliia ccur.tv.i
sons knowing themselves invltlu-! to
estate are hereby notified to nak?
without delay, and those l:avi:e' "
against the same will preset tusi
authenticated for settlement.
THOMAS M'ENRUE. Esc:::
Washington Tp., Sept. 12, ISiT.-C-'
CAUTION All persons arc :
bv cautioned asainst i-urrhi-'-a: .
a certain Cyrus Jeffries a tract 0! i.v-
ate in White township, Car.Uli or.'
I paid for said laud, and said Jt.T.v;:
flip tit!p n-,lr m r Iiik'W
Tiico. 11. Arri-
firv The Ehpiulmr" Aat-rfnnicn. -1
Tribune and Tyrone Bulletin will '.'
sert three times and send I ill tu '
A DMINISTHATOK'S NOTICE;
i- letters of Admintstnition en -tate
of Wra. Burk.lateot Washing
ship, dee'd, having been grar.tt .1-;
dcrsigued by the Register ol Ca.cr:iw
all persons having claims agi - V j
are requested to present ti.cvn 1T F': -'
tlienticated tor Eett'eir.ent, a:: -
ed to the same will make pynieu'
Washington twp , Sept. 1?. 1?
A DjIINISTKATOR S
J-J. 1T..;., nirfr. t'5
ister of Cambria connty AOniintri-
tcsfarnento annexo of George Sev(V. .'
Carroll township, dee'd, tie vf;
hereby notifies all persons inv;1"..".
decedent to make settlement ":t-vt'
Anil t.VirQ tiouiniT rliim; flcT.lin ' .
v....... , .
;il 1 .1 1.. r, ib A?
wm presfni iuem prupen i . ,v rr i
Sept. 5. 1867.-6t.
L E AT. II O L h 1
.- -t 1. T., Ml
BOOTS AMD SHCM
426 MARKET STCEg:,;-
Aug. 22, 18G7. PHIL'
Imj.oriers and Dccn '.' r
V, SO X'nBTH Fot'KTH -'
Four doora below Merchants' dhj
-sw ler. having opened an y
over R. 11. Thomas' Store, cae?
and vicinitv. Teeth extract ; A
by ue ofXitrovs Oxidt or L !
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