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Thursday, February I, 1806.
of Cambria county "will meet in the Court
House, Ebensburg, on Saturday, the 10t day
i.f February, instant, at one o'clock, p. in., to
select ft Representative lklegnte to represent
the county in the Uuiou St:ite Con vi -nt jon to
b held in Ilarri.-btirg on the Tth March. un
filing, nnd to choose Conferees to meet oilier
Conferees from Indiana and Jefferson rniin
lies, to elect a Seinui.rHI Delegate to paid
Convention. A full att.in'ance is requested.
I). O. KVA.S.S
Chairman Uninn County Committee.
rXlOX COCXTV COMMITTEE.
J). O. Evans, Chairman, E. W., Ebenburg.
Allegheny tp Pktt.k M'Coy.
JJlatklick tp S..u ki, Kkei.
Cambria tp Evas It. Morgan'.
Cambria boro IIexrv Gokk.
Carroll tp Thomas J. DrMw.
'arrolltown Sim-hkn L. Kvaxs.
Chest tp lAfou KiRLKtt.
Ohest Springs Hknky Nittkk.
Clearfield tp IIkxky P. Waoxf.r.
Conemauph tp Joiix B. Fitk.
t'uneniauli boro, 1st A.V..Joi'x Akthuup, Jr.
Do. do 2d W..J. 1). Walkkk.
Cryle tp ,
Johnstown, 1st V..
Do. 2d W..
lo. :? i W..
TiOreito .... Wm. .1. Kooxs.
. S. S. 1'AVL.
..It. E. EnwAmw.
..Ch a. Unvkhz ;ht.
JoilX J. TUKFTZ.
Ioski ii Mastk-'P.
John Ci.a isksov.
Geo. B. Stjxk.max.
Dit. WaLTLT. l-TLL.
Cvnrs L. Jkefkeys.
Tite annual report of tho Auui'or Gen
eral of Pennsylvania lias born pu.l!Uhet.
It is an interesting document, nnl worthy
of careful perusal, lite quota of the State
under xill the calls of the PrcsHent for
troop? is jrivrn, tocrcther with the number
of irocrs furnished. The total number
pent into the field urinjr 'he year 1SG1
as 130,51)4; during 1 $02, 71,100; du
ring 1803, 43,040; during 180-1, 00,701;
luring 1S05, 15,840 tntal number pent
into the f.ehl, 302, 1H4. 'I'M i an array
i.f figures which cannot tail to be cini-
The qncstioti of Colored Suffrage as
for the ake of convenience we call it
MEETING or. the COUNTY COM- ""st Ue ciiscn?eL borne Folt-hcuded,
31 ITT EE. The Union Co. Committee shallow and violently fanatical men think
to shovel it out ot the wav, as thev thought
to chove! Slavery ; but put it down as
you will, ar:d we expect to see it put down
a good many times, itwill presently cooie
up again to vex us. We have our opin
ions, but wj (I) not pretend that they are
infallible, and we are alwa glad to listen
to what can be said upon the other side.
.Mr. Senator iJavis, if wo understand his
remarks mado in his place on the 10th
instant, cunieuds that Blacks should not
1. Because a foul udjr exudes from
"J.. Because their licclj make holes in
We have thought over the matter with
all possible care and gravity, but thus far
wo have beeu unable to discover what
personal fragrance has to do with the
right of suffrage. There wa, it is true,
an aueient notion that kings were natu
rally sweet-scented, and the courtiers of
Alexander the 'reat told him that his
body reminded them' of violets but we
believe 'that they lied, and Alexander,
who was the best judge, was of the same
opinion. All we contend for is fairness.
There ure in this city thousands of men
to whom water, soap and towels are un
known, of at least unured luxuries who
though called white by courtesy, carrv
cuticles grimy with the accretions of
years who are therefore not pleasant to
the nostrils of Iheir nicer fellow-citizens ;
yet they not only vote but they vote often
at the same election they not only vote,
but they assault and batter ttiose who do
not agree with them. What "exudes
from their skins" we cannot, say, though
we Ure sure that it is not Balm of a Thou
sand Flowers, but that which, from morn
ing to night, and so on until the next
morning, goes into their skins, is of a
compound ilavor of campheneand alcohol,
and though it may give them a strong,
doc3 not give them a dulcet breath. Sun-
pose we should take tho ground that these
1'reo and independent gentlemen ouj:ht to
bo excluded from the polls on account ot
their malodorous misfortunes, or rather
faults And if vou becin, where are you
to draw the line Are you to turn the
election authorities into a mere smelling
committee? Besides, there is no dispu
ting of tastes. Some people like one
' smell, some another some favor the scent
j of garlic, while to others it is intolerable.
! iv what standard shall we leirallvconstitu-
ncntly gratifying- to the State pride ot j iir,n:!ly and oiuitahly turn uj our noses?
every I'ennpylvanian. One year :;gn, tho j We wi-h that Mr. iavis, who is a vcrv
Siate had in the field two hundred and ! Earned man, had toid us by what ratioei-
Our Western Territories.
ten regimental organizations, and mnny
unattached companies of infantry andcav
nlr,T and several independent batteries of
nrtillery, which number wai subsequently
considerably increased by the formation of
new regiments, companies nd batteries."
To-day, there reinnin in thepervico of this
army only six regiments of infautry, one
regiment of cvalr7, and cue battery of
A SYSTEMATIC attempt to destroy the
town of Titusville by fire was made on the
24-th ult. A large number d buildings
were burned. A Vigilance Commit'ee
has since been formed, who have erected
n gallows in the town, with the intention
to execute sadden vengeance npon all
concerned in the plot if caught.
The Pennsylvania delegation in the
National House of Beprcsentatives. con
tains the oldest nnd the youngest number
of Congrc1??. Thnddeus StcveDs, of the
Lancaster district, is the oldest, being
pcventy-two years of age, and C V. Cu1
vor, of the Crawford district, is the youn
gest, bciug only thirty-five.
Slavery seems to die hard. The
Sampson county, N. C, Court la'tly con
victed a negro of assault on a white man,
aridotpered him to be sold into slavery as
a punihmcnt. The military authorities j
TT i. . i 7 . .i .1- i i i i
'j-iLHui i! ueuutrcu me iu:jt mat long neeis
are incompatible wish an intelligent and
honest exercise 6f the right of suffrage.
His speech would have been the most en
tertaining, erudite, instructive, novel, fas
cinating, and unanswerable thing on re
cord'siucj the great Slavkcnbergius gave
to the world his Theory of Noses. Dr.
Call judged men by eraniolonical protu
berances, the gol Lavater by facial lines;
l)r. Davis goes plump down to the hrcl ;
he scrutinizes it, he" compares it, he mea
sures it, he criticises it, and, glowing with
patriotic science, be cries out that the
liberties cf the laud will be endangered if
the owner of scch a misshapen, elongated
hole-in-the-erounu-ex'-avatiug heel is to
be allowed to vo'e ! We bow with reve
rence to the dictum, but we do wish, such
is human curiosity, that he had told us
the reason why. For a man oes not
think with his heel ; he doo.s not read
with his heel; he does not ask questions
with his heel; he does not, unless lie be
heels over head, make tip his mind by,
with or through his heel not though it
were a better heel than the heel ot Achil
les, and had been soused seven tiroes in
the Styx a most invulnerable, indefati
gablo ad infallible heel ! l)avis refers .to
Cuvier, but we will wager whatever Davis
pleases that not one word can be found in
all the works of Cuvier uron the connec
tion between long heels nnd the right of
suffrage. " These fancies arc fascinating,
but are they not a little dangerous ? By-and-bv
who can insure us ngninst it ?
i tar eved science wi!l bt discovering rrr-
immediatcly ordered tho Cour and all the ; ;i :,u i " :,i? , i
i r I t V VA IKUI , -J H llll villi!
parties concerned in the outrage under
A FILL has been offered in the State
Legislature to repeal the law imposing
the State Tax. -Sufficient money, it is
paid, is raised from other sources to carrv
o'a the State Government, pay the inter
est eti the public debt, and pay a portion
of the public debt each year.
(Jen. Crawford, the Cnittd Stares of
ficer who has been fillibusf cring somewhat
extensively along the llio Grande of late,
lias been arrested by order of the War
Department and placed in confinement in
New Jersey may be said to be fully
in the Union again, both houses of her
Legislature having just ratified the Con
stitutional Amendment abolishing Sla
very. The trial of Gen. L. C. Baker, -lata
Government detective, charged by a Mrs.
Cobb with false imprisonment, is now in
progress at Washington city.
"Hetty," a colored woman, and a relic
of Pennsylvania slavery, died or. the 15th
instant, at Abbottstown, Adams county.
She was aged nearly eighty-three jears.
It cost the Federal Government last
year 2,783,010 78 to do the public
Secretary Seward lias returned
home from Lis salt water trip, greatly
benefited in health.
Oil has been struck in Alabama.
While the Southern section of our
country is organizing itself and being or
ganized while one State after another is
doing all that is possible to resume posi
tion in the Union that other vaot sec
tion of our country which, in general
terms, lies West of the Missouri Iliver, is
also actively engaged in political organi
zation and material development. The
representatives of Colorado, as welbas
thoe of Georgia, are- knocking at the
doors of Congress ; and the members from
the State. of Nevada, which had no exis
tence, when Virginia went out of the
Union, now cast their votes upon her ad
mission to a place in th National Couii
eih. But a few years since Kansas was
fearfully per-ecuted by South Carolina.;
but the former may to-morrow exercise a
decisive influence upon the political for
tunes of the latter.
We have no accurate estimate of the
growth of our eleven Territories during
the war.. But the fact that in nearly all
of them there wero great discoveries aod
developments of mineral wealth, just
about the time 'of its outbreak, has never
at. any time ceased to exercise a control
ling influence in attracting popuiation
and capital. As was natural, growth in
the different Territories has been ir. pro
portion to the extent in which the pre
cious metals have been found. Old Ter
ritories like Washington and New-Mexico
have had but a moderate growth ; and are
apparently little nearer to attaining the
rank of Stales now than they were ten
years ago. Within that time, Nevada and
Colorado have sprung from chaos, have
passed through their infantile territorial
condition, and the former is now a State,
with all the immunities, privileges and
powers of any other State, while the lat
ter only failed of reaching the rank of
State last week from the fact that it had
refused to confer the elective franchise
uron the baker's dozen of negroes who
have pitched their tents within it borders
We suppose it would be safe to estimate
the. population of all our Territories at
this time, excluding Indians, at between
tbree-quarters of a million and a million.
A half of these inhabitants, we judge, or
say four hundred thousand, have moved
into them since 1SGM far "the greater
part overland from the Mississippi. They
are, as we have indicated, very unequally
divided as regards the Territories few
having gone to Arizona or New-Mexico,
in the south ; few toldaho or Montana,
in tho-north ; and the great bulk having
settled in the central belt, which includes
Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, and Nevada.
It is this roioti through which the prin
ciral overland route extends; and it is
here that ther? are the most equable cli
mate and the most promising opportuni
ties tor emigrants..
The basis of population in our Western
domain is of a remarkably composite
character. In New Mexico tho inhabi
tants are nearly all of the Spanish-Mexican
stock ; in Utah the Mormon's are a
conglomerate of all the peoples of Europe ;
in Nevada they have a eon.-idcrable Chi
nese clement; in Colorado, they have at
least enough Africans to ir.fluguce its po
litical destiny; in Arizona the Indians
arc twenty to one of the whites; but this
doomed race will doubtless in time suffer
the same fate here it lias in other por
tions of the country. The vigorousbeird
ed race which ruWs and dominates in the
old and populous States of the Union as
serts its supremacy in the lar West, as
well in the cential or Eastern regions;
and we can never for a moment entertain
the theory, put forward by some spec
ulators, that there is danger of any Orien
tal stock gaining ascendancy in aty part
of our country.
What would aid more than &ll dsn in
the development of this rich and magnifi
cent region would be the Pacific Bailroad ;
and to the pushing forward of this great
work the national energies should bo di
rected. 2. Y. Times.
beards, or with bandy legs, are of an " in
ferior race." unless indeed the red-headed,
thin-bearded, and bandy-Iegjeu"men get
tho black-haired, bushy-bearded and
Mraight-leggod men under, and cut them
oil from tho felicities- of the ballot. Dr.
Davis does not see into what a topsy-turvy
world he would introduce us, or how, if
these superfine objections were bavins
their swing, he might be objected t. for
deficiency in personal beauty, though he
may be the hundsome-t nianin Congress
for anything we know - but then the uly
ones might bring ugliness info r.olitical
i fashion, and put a change intoUo Consti
! tution adverse to the shape of Dr. Davis's
j ohins, shapely as we shall suppose them
to be, and beautiful as they are in the eyes
of Dr. D. s bootmaker. lea, he might be
objected to, and ejected from his seat
Senatorial, though he cried out never so
lustily, " I, too, am a Circassian "
But, perhaps, if a black were wealthy
and there have been wealthy ones or
if he were well educated and there have
been such or if he were not very black
and there have been 11 blacks " (beg
ging his pardon) as white as the Doctor
perhaps if we could find such, who, after
careful mensuration of their heels, and
proper examination of thir odor, turned
out to bo hhort and sweet, do you think
our fastidious Senator would allow them to
vote ? We are afraid not. We are afraid,
after all our trouble, he would conio pounce
upon us with forty fresh arguments, and
alter all these were refuted that he would
find forty more equally good. Wherefore
we beg him to huffa fast by his heel and
odor theory, for, though good fornothins,
it i.as good as any which he is likely to
I excogitate. A'. )'. Tiihunt.
TIse State Agricultural Society.
TLe State Agricultural Society held
their annual meetinrr at Ilarrisburg on
the lGth inst., which was-well attended.
An interesting discussion took place
upon the subject of taxing dogs, in order
to nrotect the wool-jrrowers of the State.
against the killing of sheep by caDines,
and at the same timo largely increase the
revenue, fit was stated by one gentleman
that there are five hundred thousand dogs
in Ohio, and by another, that there are
seven hundred thousand in Pennsylvania,
and about one million in New lork. The
society ask Congress to impose a tax of
two dollars on each doer, which would
give to the public treasury a revenue from
the three States mentioned above, of .over
four millions of dollars. It was also sug
gested that Congress shall make each per
son who fails to make a return ot the
dogs owned by him, pay a penalty of ten
dollars, one-half to go to the informer, and
the other to the Government.
The following resolution was offered by
Mr W right, and finally adopted
u That we hereby memorialize Congress
and the btate Legislature to levy a tax
upon dogs, not only as a protection to the
great sheep growing interests of the State,
but also as a source of revenue to the
Government ; and that the president of
this society transmit thi9 resolution to
Congress and to the S'tate Legislature,
with sucn remarks as he may deem pro-
The 25th, 2Gth, 27th, and 28th of Sep
tember were designated as the days upon
which the next State rair shall be held
Tho place lias not vet been selected. Fas-
ton, Beading, Frie and West Chester are
all competitors. A committee consisting
of the president; A. B. Longaker, T. B. ;
llutherford, Wm. Bissell, J. II. Ziegler,
A. F. Kapp aud D. F. Driesbach, were
appointed to receive proposals for the lo
cation, and make report at the March
It was announced at the meeting, that
the last three fairs had been self-sustaining,
and that having some five thousand
dollars in the treasury, the society could
afford to be more liberal in providing for
future fairs. The following officers were
unanimously elected :
President. A Boyd Hamilton.
Vice J'resiJenfs. First District, James
M'Crea; Second, George Blight; Third,
Vincent L. Bradford ; Fourth, A." B.
Cumminirs ; Fifth, Adrain Cornell ; Sixth, I
H llliam II. Holstein ; Seventh, Isaac .
Van Leer; Fighth, Tobias Barto; Ninth,
Jacob F. Kreybill ; Tenth, John II. Cow
den ; Eleventh, Jos. Sigman ; Twelfth,
Daniel G. Driesbach ; Thirteenth, John
C. Morris; Fourteenth, Amos F, Kapp;
Fifteenth, Geo. A. Bucher; Sixteenth,
Daniel O. Geher; Seventeenth, Louis V.
Hall ; Eighteenth, B. Morri3 Filis ; Nine
teenth, II. W. Bu-sell; Twentieth, Mich
ael C. Trout ; Twenty-first, George Khey ;
Twenty-second. Jno. Murdoch, Jr.; Twenty-third,
William Bissell; Twenty-fourth,
Additional 3emlers of th", Executive
Committee. William Colder, Jacob 11.
Wiiat Does it -Mean. The Citizen.
(edited by private Miles O'Beiily,) has an
article laudatory of the Fenians, and urg
ing Irishmen and Americans to contribute
to the Fenian funds. We quote a single
ominous passage :
" We tell the American public and
they have heretofore found us pretty ac
curate prophets in everything relative to
the lenian cause that before ten tceeui
there will be sometchere an Irish JiepuL
lic existing on the face of the eirth, with
a flag, an army, a port of entry and exit,
a navy ot privateers, ana tue tacit en
couragement, both of France and the
United States in the prosecution of bellig
erent rights against Great Britain. Let
no one ask us for he present where this
llepublic will be located, for we cannot
answer. It must be called a Republic, to
warrant the nag and fleet, but will really
only bo used as an immediate basis of
operations for the transfer of active hos
tilities to the Canadian and Irish soils.
A word to the wise is enough. And, now
while the quitl mines grow excited, the
wise will await developments, giving libe
rally of their means to aid the cause ; nor
will they have to tarry long for the fulfil
ment of all that we herein foreshadow."
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Justice to tlse Soldiers of
The following bill, presented to the
House of ltepreseniatives, by Hon. Geo.
F. Miller, ot the Dauphin Congressional
District, proposes to do an act of justice
which has been delayed too long. The
defenders of tho national honor, with
thoe who lost natural supporters by the
casualties of war, have a claim on the Go
vernment which they served, and we are
glad that the Representative has thus
early moved on this subject. The bill
which we print below needs no further
comment. It deserves to become a law :
" lie it enacted by the Senate ahd Jfouse
nf 7Yiresenta!ives oj the United States of
Amrrica. in Congress assrmUed, lhat the
surviving commissioned and non-comrais-ed
officers, musicians, and privates of the
army and Davy of the war of eighteen
hundred and twelve with Great Britain,
who have received an hooorab'e . dis
charge, and are now in necessitous cir
cumstances, and the widows of snch a3
are deceased, who are in like circumstan
ces, shall have their names placed on the
pension list of the United States, and be
mid, out of any money in the treasury
i.ut otherwise anpronriateil, the sum of
eight dollars per month, during their
natural lives, to be computed from the first
day of April, Anno Domini one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-five.
Sec. And be it further enacte.I, That
proof that the applicant conies within the
provisions of this act shall be such as is
satislactoty to the Commisioncr of Pensions."
Col. Parker, Chief of the Seneca
Indians, who is on Gen. Grant's staff, and
who has been employed as engineer upon
some of the most important public works
in the country, studied law about twenty
years aso, but was excluded from the bar
because of his color.
"sa?- Gold closed in New York on
Monday at 139.
Political Gossip. A Washington
correspondent, in reference to the rela
tions of President Johnson and the Fepub
licans in Congress, 6ays :
The very latest news I hae from the
Presidential mansion is to the effect that
Senator Fessenden had an interview with
the President yesterday, and that he is con
vinced that, there will be no difficulty in
managing the matter of restoration with
out any controversy with the President.
The President has made the subjoined re
marks recently to a prominent Senator.
He said : 4 1 must look to the Republicans
for support, and not to the Opposition. I
am familiar with the history of John Tyler
and Millard Filmore, and do not intend to
follow their footsteps. "We will wait for
the report of the Joint Committee, and if
it comes within the bounds of
will be satisfied.' "
r23Mrs. Stephen A. Douglas was mar
ried to Maior Williams, ot the re&ular
army, on the 23d ult.
jienj. G. Peters, John H. Zeigler,
Hurdic, Frederick Watts, James
Jacob S. Halde-
iowan, lavia tag.
flit Tl T""
man, no. Jvnox.
Correspond in Secretary. Ja. Young.
Chemist and Geologist. S. S. Ualde-
Librarian. Henry Gilbert. .'
'!se Proposed Constitutional
The Joint Committee on Reconstruc
tion, consisting ot six Senators and nine
Representatives, acrreed to the following
proposal of Constitutional A.mendment,
which was reported to Congress ou Mon
u Article . Representatives and
Direct Taies shall be apportioned among
the several States which may be included
within this Union according to their re
spective numbers, counting the whole
number of persona in each State, exclu
ding Indians not taxed; provided that
whenever the elective franchise shall be de
nied or abridged in any Statey on account
of race or color ah persons of such race or
color zhall be excluded from the basis of
represen ta tion.' '
This amendment virtually remits the
question of Rlack Suffrage to tho several
States, requiring only that each shall
abide by its own decision, and not count
as a basis of political power in tUe Union
such portion ot its population as it shall
deliberately deprive of power and exclude
from the body politic. Considerable op
position being made to the Amendment
from the Republican side of the House,
discussion wa -postponed till further ac
tion could be had on its merits by the
The Washington correspondent of
the New Redford Mercury thus describes
General Grant as he appears on the streets
ot the capital: "Gen. Grant rides in a
one-horse buggy just like any other man.
I saw him on F street, Saturday. 'The
top of his buggy was turned down, and
he sat iu the carriage alone, (smoking a
cigir, of course,) with as little concern as
if assassins were never known. lie is
quite a horse jockey and dojsu't allow any
team to pass him on the road if he can
help it. Think of Wellington or Napo
leon, or our own General Scott even, ap
pearing on the streets in a buggy, aud
driving his own horse!- And yet General
Grant has commanded larger armies,
fought more battles, arM captured more
cannon than either of them.
COM M ISS ION ERS S A LF.
The Commissioners' of Cambria eonntr
will offer at public sale, at the Court House,
in Ebensburg, 0:1 Wednesday, the 1th day of
March, J8CC, at one o'clock, p. ni., the follow
ing tracts of unseated and seated lands,
which tracts were legally purchased by tie
Comrnis.-'oners at dit!"er'ent Treasurer's sales,
and haYe been he! 1 five years nnd upwards as
required by law, subject to, but without re
deuiption. UNSEATED LANDS.
0:rncr's and War. Tirp.
John Boyd, Cambria
.Michael Kepple, C'.e.uheM
S.ephen Syke?, Clearfield
Jacob P.npp, Jackson
James Myers, Summerhill
Adam Ross, Taylor
Francis John, Vasbinton
Philip 'West, Washington
Martin Wolf, White...
Martin Davis, White
Patrick Peters, White
Martin Blacfc. White
William Coatcs, White
James Sharp, Voder...
Michael Thomas, Carroll iwp....-
Joseph Dysert, Clearfield
Isaac Teeier, Jackson-.
Thos Patterson's Est. Summerhill.
Nathan Crum, Summerhill
John King, Suumicrhill
Thomas J. Parrish, Summerhill...
Peter Dunn, Summerhill
Charles O'Neill, Susquehanna. ....
Peter Cassiday, Washington
John Harkins, Allegheny tvrp.....
Wm. Jackson, Summitvillo Bor...
James Wilhelm, " " ...
Win. Ilaney, Jr., Summerhill
Mary Noel, "
Peter Donahoe, '
James Dougherty, Washington
V llliam Jackson,
George W. Kehey,
Wilson, Conein'a now Voder.
A rref. Tr.
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My Polly Ann, comic, Davis Reed,
Mother'; blessing, by F. Widdows,
Maggie .Moore, by P D Isaacs,
My angel boy, by S C Foster,
Maste on the waves, duet. C W G!ovcr
Never deem my love can charge, Thon:
Tell me. twinkling star, Griihn,
There's none to say .ood night to rer,
Be thou forever mine, II Milliard.
Beautiful dreamer, for guitar, S Whner,
Beautiful isle of the sea. J R Thonm;,
Blue-eyed Lety May, P B Isaacs,
Cadaverous Jones, (t Bowdram,
I cannot call her motLer, Chamber' in.
Jennie lives but for thee, J Mahat:,
Kissing on the sly, J G Marder,
Kiss me, father, ere I die, Walker.
Bury me in the sunshine, II MilliarJ.
Angel child, W II. Burr,
Beautiful clovd, Arauia,
Striking ile, as sung by Dan Bryan:.
IS S TI? C M E X T A L Nx W W A 1. 1 Z 1 .
L'Ardita, by L Ardita,
Belles cf Brooklyn, G W Warren,
Dalia grand valse, E Kettener,
Faust, T Oesten,
Flowing streamlet, C Well?,
Faust, G W Warren,
Harvest home, Jean Mann?,
Heart's ache, Wm B Allen,
Ida, Jean Mania?,
Kiss, L Ardita,
iyiss, uriiiianuy arranged ry j iw'-w
Matches asd Qvick5te'..
Lincoln Funeral March,
Funeral march, from Don Sebeftia".
March Korgroise. II Woole-nhaupt,
March Iremphnie, Dr Perabeau,
March Montenegrin?, II Mftyher,
Beautiful dreamer, A Bamnr.cb,
Call me no: bn-k from the ech ,le? sh'
Dear mother, I've come home to di,
Lanigan's ball, II Dauranob,
Send for illustrated price rf
mnts and catalogues of music. Ai'.d:
O. J. WILL AT.!).
Wholesale Tiano Foite a Music lha'.
dec7.05-.fj 547 Broadw;u
Itch ! Itch! Itch! ScitATcn !
Scuatch ! ScuatchI Wheaton's Ointment will
cure the Itch in 48 Hours. Also Cures Salt
Ilheum, Ulcers, Chilblains,. and all Eruptions
of the SCin. Price 50 cento. For sale by all
By sending CO cent3 to WEEKS & POTTER,
Solo Agents, 170 Washington street, Boston,
Mass., it will be forwajrded by mail, free of
postage to any part of the United States.
John Magan, tl 11 1
James Noel, " " 1
Daniel K51er, Sr, " 1
JohcJ. Glass, " 2
Wru. M'Longhlin, " " 1
Gideon Marlett, " 44 1
The owners of any of the above tracts of
land at the time of sale to the county desi
ring to redeem them can do so by applying to
the Commissioners at their office, on or be
fore, tho 3d day of March. No redemption
will be allowed after that time.
Witness our hands atrE'oeusburg, thi3 2Cth
day of January, A. D., 18G6. .
E. GLASS, )
E. R. DUNNEGAN, VCom'rg.
JOHN CAMPBELL. J
Attest, Wm. II. Seculer, Clerk.
Ebensbnrg, Feb. 1. 180G:4t.
1CLS UFDUCFD I
JOHNSTOWN MARBLE V
Th? subscriber has just received t
and handsome invoice of
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN XI
comprising the largest and finest stoi's
kind ever brongbt to JoLnstown, at '.
tablishment, on Frankiln Steeet, wLt!
prepared, with an adequate force of
euceu and skilitul workmen, to exec
MANTELS, TABLE TOPS,
BUREAU TOPS, &c, &c,
as cheap as they can be purchase ! in i
A large stock of GRINDSTONES to
and for sale low.
Articles of my manufacture can Vp t
sed at the Hardware Store of Mr. 1
Huntley, in ITbeusbuag.
Jte2T Prompt attention paid to onle
a distance, and work delivered w la-
red. JOHN FA
November 30, lSGS-tf
4 UDITOIi'S NOTICE.
f The nndersic-ned Auditor, er
by the Orphans' Court of Cambria co
report distribution ot trie tanas in u.
ot Joseph Miller, r.sq., Hamiii.:.-
the estate of Rebecca Crrra, late
merhill township, deceased, upon his
filed, and affirmed by said loi
notifies all persons interested ia
I flint will attend tu the duties o. -
j appointment at the ollice of Wra. K
the 10th day ot FEBRUARY" next. a.
clock P. M. J AS. C. EARLY, A:
Ebensburg, Jan'y. 23, l&6G-3t.
Came to the premises of the subscriber
at Gallitzin, on or about the first of August,
1&G5, a red heifer, with tome white on hind
legs ; supposed to be two years old. The
owner is requested to come forward, prove
property, pay charges, and take her away, or
the will be disposed of according to law.
Feb. 1, 1866-3t
The undersigned Auditor, appointed
by the Orphans' Court of Cambria county, to
distribute tho money in the hands of William
Kittlell, Esq., Administrator of the Estate of
Eliza O'Donnell, dee'd., upon his second and
.final account, hereby gives notice that he will
attend to tho duties of sa'd appointment, at
his office, in Ebensburg,- on THURSDAY, the
1st day of FEBRUARY, 186G, when and where
all persons interested may attend.
WM. 11. SEOHLER, Auditor.
January 1st, X8fiG-3t.
rnO THE PEOPLE!
JL "REMEMBER NUMBKS
Bring vour Greenbacks a'.oug w:
Vtnrsot Rbnrt for S?. 00. You C-E
RiirrtTv or Wntrnn ironed or rePi''e
-coj -- 0 ,i Tt
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Ebensburg, Oct. 12, l?65-3:n.
IIST RECEIVED !
A full assortment cf
MEN'S AND BOYS' CAr?
A large assortment of
OVERCOATS, GENTS' SCARFS,
A fplendid assortment ? I j fichi(j
CARPETS! I I of tbQ
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