The Ebensburg Alleghanian. (Ebensburg, Pa.) 1865-1871, April 08, 1869, Image 2
I THURSDAY, ArRIL 8, Stf. Parly Prospects. Ucfore Grant received the nominatioa of the Republican National Convention for the Presidency, and while pome hope yet lingered in their breasts that he might possibly be induced to receive a like nom ination at the hands of Democrats, he was a splendid soldier, a man of preat qualities, and- an Ik nor to the republic. When all this fulsome flattery failed of its purpose, Grant was no longer even a soltiter ofre putable qualities, and' the New York Yorld, alike violating the truth and the most coBinmn. courtesies of controversy, compared this chief captain of our armies to an oypter, and vociferated that if the contents of hi abdomen wero made to change places with his brains, his mental calibre-would' not noticeably suffer. The people having overwhelmingly chosen hint ever Seymour, these same Democrats were again able to see virtue in Grant, and with an eye on office and political patronage, proffered1 ar unanimous support in the Electoral Coirege to the man who was-the least objectionable to the Democratic mas ses of any persons whom the Republican Dartv mteht have nominated. But a change has once more come over their dreams, as they stand aghast at the gloom of the prospect before them. All the world over, wherever political parties dare openly exist, there U, in. one aspect of the case, only, one occasion of animosity between them the animosity engendered by the efforts of a party in power to remain in power, and the strug gle of the opposition to oust their fortun ate rivals and hold the reins ot government "themselves. Such is the contest to-day between the two great parties of the coun try. AVe sympathize with our friends of the 'opposition at the distant prospect of attaining the end and aim of their ambi tion. There was a time not long since, either when . Democratic hopes were brighter j but their flower of hope has withered, its bloom has gone, and in the place of fragrance is a stink. The cloud that threatened a storm to overwhelm the Republican party vanished the very mo ment the upper-hand was obtained over the continuation of the extravagance that naturally follows a period of war. We submit that these things insure to the Re publican party a long lease of power. " 1. Economy in the administration of the government. of our National debt. 3. The bringing of the country back to ppocie payments without a financial crisis. 4. The honorable settlement of our dif ficulties with England. In all these particulars, there exists every prospect that the present adminis tration will prove a success. That it will be wise, patriotic, pure, and popular, we arc confident. What is confidence in us is a conviction with our opponents, and a conviction that prompts them now, and will continue to prompt them in the fu ture, to use every appliance to break down Grant's administration ; for in their suc . ecus in that effort lies their whole hope of soon resuming the control of affairs in the nation. Rut the presence of Grant and lioutwcll and Fish and Cresswell, upheld by the best element in Congress in carry ing nut the policy or policies we have in dicated, wi'.l prove more than sufficient to upset all the machinations that scheming opponents can contrive. One other thing remains on which our friendi of the opposition rely for the at tainment of power the committal of the RepubMcan party to theXVth amendment t.i the Constitution. Rut even this will fail tlicui. No ground i3 so untenable for u party of opposition as mere negative ground. The Democratic party at this time occupies the singularly anomalous po sition of an opposition based on "wc won't and vou shan't." It has company in the rouervativo party led by Disraeli in Englaud. Positive measures, measure? of -reform advocated in the name of more cn larked liberty or jiMtiee, or of wider benefi- chns, are the dangeroiw shibboleths rf parly of opposition. If sufficient nuu ber of the States ratify thin lattt amend' merit to make it valid, what is to be gained by advancing the Democratic paHy to jH.wor ? If it fail for want of a sufficient number of the Statei to ratify, then what ydvantnge by the change ? In neither no will tho Ptatus of affairs be changed. 'Hilt in case it is ratified, (and wc think it will be.) even those whose prejudices arc trnugt;;t against it will recognize its jus tice, for it is the common experience of all sh that whijc they may be unable to oversale their prejudices in' order to per form a wi.e ud ju?t net, yet that act once , jKjriurmed, their pwjircs" smolder for a lime like the embers of a Jying fire .and then vanih forever. We conclud.. then, that this great amendment il.-o not n- j.VigT ' 1 !, IJl ublic t'i or. ganization, while the success of Grant's administration. a thing assured in the points named fixes it as the party which' 1 !9 govern the country during the next score of years a period in which there will be more development, more real pros perity and honor, than the country has ever before known in any period of equal length. "Come, L.et 179 Croat Over the With a wearisome "leader" to write tired, hungry, thirsty, and with no ideas !o consequence ia.- their, head there arri ved on the margin of a eertain Tuesday night, the immortal Messrs. Woodruff, of the Johnstown Democrat. The pitiless April snows and rains were pelting down around and about them, with a distress ingly rheumatic effect; but to them, to rest were to deny their patrons a heavy political: article. Their work was to be done the heavy article must be written the gallant "sons of thunder," who had followed Democratic precepts and'princi ples to defeat, if not unto political death, must be afforded their weekly quantum of paltry and' pestiferous political pabulum. Standing upon the nether side of TO o' clock,. P. M., and viewing the inviting sheets" of a double-bed in the distance, which seemed to lure the Messrs. W. to happy dreams, there came wsfted-on the inharmonious melody of that April nigBt, these words of not much, if any, import "Come, let us cross over the Jiver, and rest in the shade of the trees,' In this impressive picture, we find an- example for all editors, in the great battle of life before us, and which said great battle of life must continue to be wajred till the life spoken of is no more, to eret their "copy" up in fW if they don't want to be considered dull. We appeal to all editors that 10 o'clock Tuesday night, in the immortal language of the lamented Humes, is "too late' for a Wednesday paper. It is a brave and staunch Monday leader which alone can win the hearts of the people. Victory will ever crown a Monday leader, it that leader be solid and sound. We may cross over the river and seize an idea Tuesday night, but it is too late for the purpose in dicated and in another week the idea may be lost forever. As we have always done in the past, so let us do now go over the river and rest in the shade after the leader is written, taking care to come back in time to read the proof and put the naner nronerlv to nress. , iri us cross toe river, the etream that runs so dark ; Tis none but cowards quiver, so let us all embark. Come, men, with clothes unharnessed, we'll stem the tide with ease We'll cross the flowing river if it comes up to our knees. As matter of history, it may be prop er to here say that the remark, "Come, let us cross over the river, and rest in the shade of the trees !" was originally made by Stonewall Jackson while in the deliri um preceding death, in Richmond, after the mortal wound received by him in bat tle. The Tenure of Office Bill. The Tenure of Office bill as amended by the committee of conference ha3 passed both houses of Congress. . It in effect pro vides that the President's power of remov al or su.epension is not in any way depen dent on changes or reasons, but may be exercised in his own discretion : that no removal can be made during the session of . . . . . the Senate except by consent of that body given in confirming a successor ; that the President may suspend at pleasure during Vacation, and appoint successors who shall receive all pay and emoluments of the office to which they are appointed ; that nominations in case of suspension must be made within thirty days after the re-assembling of the Senate ; that if duri this session the President and Senate fail to agree on some one suspended, the officer goes back at the end of the session. This is all there is of the act as it now stands, and it applies to every official, except Judges of the United States Courts. The Fifteenth Amendment to the Con stitution of the United States has passed the Legislature of Pennsylvania by a strict jc.Tty vote, all the Republican members voting for and all the Democratic members againsJ it. Pennsylvania thus stands the fourteenth State to declare that color or previous condition of servitude shall be no bar to citizenship. The prospect now is a. that the requisite three-fourths of the States will have ratified tho Amendment before three- fourths of the year shall elapse, and thut the year of grace, 1S70, will wit- nc-ss the inauguration of the iubilee of civil oil 1-,'rwlrrda ton trues and colors which inhabit this broad land. Thk Connecticut election held onTues- 1 tlay, rcMiltcd. in the choice of Marshall Jewell. Governor, and the election of the entire Republican State ticket. Resolutions- ersigned , having been ap pointed by he different temperance or ganizations of thiii place, a joint commit tee, to take action upon an article that ap peared in The Alleghanian of the 25th of March, condemnatory of a family newspa-. per known as the Temperance Vindicator, thereby causing great pain and deep regret to the many friends in tb locality of this glorious reform"; and whereas, thera; is also a direct implication ia eaid article that the different temp ranee organiza tions have proved "totally inefficient to do more than deliver some from the flames while the fire burns oo," respectfully sub. mit the following resolutions : Resolved 1st. That we deplore the pub lication of this article, because of its un warranted attack upon' the cause- of tem perance and its vindicators. Resolved 2d., That the oourse of the Editor of the Temperance Vindicator in publishing the names of persons who ase signers to petitions to the Court of Quarter Sessions for tavern license, points out a Dew and original method of preventing many disreputable persons from getting licences. Resolved 3d. That we further approve the conduct of said Editor in standing up manfully for what he has done when at tacked by the political press of. hs own and other counties, and believe it to", be our duty as well as our pleasure to 'take this method of making known our approv al of and our desire to support the Tem perance Vindicator. Resolved 4th. That we most heartily recommend to the patronage of a discern ing publicthe Temperance Vindicator as an able asd efficient exponent of our glorious" cause.- .: . Resolved 5th. That' ashmen true to-the temperance cause, rue to ne oougations we have take2, true to the brethren wher ever they maj be and jn whatever sphere (hey are working, it becomes oar auty to express our disapprobation, in as emphat ic a manner as possible, of the editorial article published in the Ebensbur,? Alle- tjhanian of the 25th of March, under the head of "an excellent family newspaper. Resolved 6th. That as temperant!epr- ganizations, we have good hopes and great encouragement from the large accessions daily made to our ranks, that our work h not in vain, aud that with the blessing of God "we shall yet reap if we faint iiot." Resolved 7th. That these resolutions be published in the Vindicator and A(leybi man. ... ' A. A. BARKER, NEWTON I. ROBERTS, . DAVID HOWELLS, MARY J. JONES, LOUISA CONNELL, ;. . Committee for Evening Star S'Kial Tem ple iSo. 34. JOHN J.EVANS, ; C. T. ROBERTS, V JOHN LLOYD, '" Committee jor Sons of Temperance ,Jo. 84- WA1. II. KJuanrjULi, ; DANIEL O. EVANS, LEMUEL DAVIS, , i - Committee for Highland Temple of Jlotor u0. II. A report recently made to Congress by the architect of the Capitol extension shows that over 320,000 have been ex pended since the year 1866 in merely decorating the building with worka ol att. Drumidi, an Italian freco painter, has received about S64.000 for painting us ceilings with allegorical pictures of cods and goddesses. The American sculptor, Crawford, was paid $20,000 for models for tho pediment ot the nortn wing, ana me moaeis or uuuce ami ins-. .1 i n 1 - i tt: torv over tho doorway of the main entrance to the same: S3.000 tor tne staiues i Justice and History from Jhe abovo men tioned models; S6,000 lor the model. ot his bronze door; and 3,000 lor the fig ure of Freedom, in plaster, to surmount the dome. Randolph Rogers got ibr.the model of a bronze door to match. Craw ford's $8,000. The casting of Crawford's door was done by James T. Ames, an American, at a cos.t of S50.000 ;. while U. t j' 1.1 r i:lt- sogers aoor was casi uy a uerman, tor oniy ii.uw.. xnram Powers has been paid 510,000 for a statue of Jefferson, and 510,000 tor one or Frank lin, with 85.000 et to be worked out to complete the appropriation of $25,000 made iu his behalf. The late Mr. JLeutze is down for 820.000 for his picture of em igration, on the will of the western stair way ot the House ot Representatives : while JNIisa U. JL. Ransom, ot Cleveland, Ohio, figures in the modesfbum of ST.OOO lor her portrait ot the lion. Joshua It. Giddings. The rest of the money, has been divided among marble cutters, bronze casters and the like. Great Robbery.- Undoubtedly the heaviest, boldest and most unparalleled robbery that ever took plaee in Philidel- phia. and whicu.perhaps, nas naa no equal in the country since the day of Buchanan, was perpetrated sometime between mx o'clock on Sunday morning and Jour mm r nY.loek in the af:ernoon. Between the hours mentioned, the building occupied by the Beneficial Saving rund iSociety of Philadelphia, situated at tne &. VV. oor- uer of Twelfth and Chestnut streets, was entered by robbers, and completely strip ped of everything valuable in the shape of money, bond, &e.f that the institution had on hand. A rough estimate places the value of the money, bonds, &c.,carried cff by the butglars, at 81,300,000, of which about 8400,000 were in coupon bouds, which'are not registered, and which can of courso be easily sold for cash by the burglars. About 8800, in greenback? were carried off, and the balance-wag . in untransferable bonds, &c, which will be jf no use to the robbers. We have room on our books for re sub.-cribcte." Coma in, ftiendj. - few " Twitch ell A Philadelphia di?pteh, dated April 3' says : George S. Twitche!!, Jr., sentenced to be executed April 8th, for the murder of Mrs. Hill, his mother-in-law, this morning made a confession to his spiritual adviser, Rev. Mr. Bringhurst, and Prison Inspect or Perkins. He says: "I went to my room e the ivight ol the murder, and instead of going to bed I laid down on the lounge and fell asleep. My wife was in bed at the time. , I was arous ed by repeated calls, and ran dowo stairs, where I found her much excited, saying, 'I have had a auarrel with mother, and killed her; save or help me to hide it We then threw the body out of the win dow. I went down stairs and washed my hands. My wife went to bed where she remained until the servant girl arrived. We were in bed' about twenty, minutes. I made a solemn vow to the Eternal God that I would never reveal it, but I cannot keep it any longer. L am orry that I said I knew nothing about it, but 1 did it with the vow in my mind to save my wife. I now make this disclosure that I may have peace with God. Geo- S Twitch ell, Jr." This confession creates great excite ment. The case has been oarried before the Supreme Court ot the United States, at Washington, by counsel for the priso ner. It is said shat Mr. Twitchell has fled the city. m TilE new postago ptamp have made their appearance. The one cent contains the head of Franklin; two post boy on horseback ; three locomotive on the track j six head of Washington ; ten shield and eagle ; ttcelce steamer in midocean ; fifteen lauding of Columbus ; twenUj fnur report of committee to congress in 177-6 on the Declaration of Independence; thirty shield anoV eagle on battle flags; ninety head of Lincoln. These- stamps are smaller than the old ones, sqnare and; of different color;- the old three cent was red the new blue. . m m m Everv dav brings forth new testimony i . . . ii i j to the efficacy Ot tnftt weu-Known reuiruj Hoofland's Serraan Bitters. thousands of persons who are to-day suffering froia dis orders of the digestive organs', who are ema- ciated, weak, aad unable to ettenu to lueir business, could soon become well, and ro bust, by the use of a few bottles of this Hit ters. Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, and De bility of the System, soon vanish before this powerful remedy. Its effects are almost mir aculous. Hon. James Koss bnowden, rro- thonotary of the Supreme Court of Penn?'l- vania, writes: f niiaueipnia, epi. i4in, 1867. Hoofland's German Bitters is a. very useful article as tonic, and as an appeti zer. It is not an intoxicating drink, and may be used beneficially by persons of all ages Respectfully Yours, James lloss Snowd-en. The high character of those who testify to the merits of Hoofland's Bitters, should in duce the most skeptical to give it a. fair trial. Hoofland's German Bitters is free from any alcoholic admixture. Hoofland's German Tonic is a combination of the ingredients of Hoofland's Bitters with pure Santa Cruz Rum, orange, anise, c, making a pleasant and agreeable preparation for those requiring an Al'hplic Stimulus, medicinally conl Principal Utnce, ooi mu ofc. l'UUadelpuia, Pa. Sold by all Druggists. 10 TIIE SCHOOL DIRECTORS OF CAMBRIA COUNTY Gentlemen : In pursuance of the forty-third section of the act of the 8th of May, 1854, you are hereby notified to meet in convention, at the couri house, in Ebcnsburir. on the first TUESDAY in MAY, A. U., I8ty, Deing tne lounu ujr ui the month, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, ana select, viva voce, by the majority of the whole numher of directors present, one person of literary and scientiSc acquirements, and of skill and experience in the art of teaching, as county superintendent, for the three succeed ing rears ; determine the amount of compen sation for the same ; and certify the result to the State Superintendent, at Harrisburg, as required by the thirty-ninth and fortieth sec tion of said act. T. J. CHAPMAN, Co. Superintendent of Cambria Co. AUDITOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned, auditor, appointed by the Court of Common Pleas of Cambria couaty, to report distribution ot the money in the hands of the Sheriff, arising from the sale of defendant's personal property, in the case of John F. Will vs. James Henry, No. 41, Dec. Term, 186R, and other writs in hands of Sheriff at time of sale, hereby gives notice to all persons interested, that he will attend me u to the duties of his appointment at Ire office of Shoemaker 4 Oatman, in Ebensburg, on MONDAY, the 3d day of MAY, 1869, at 1 o' clock, p. m., when and where they may at tend, or be debarred from coming in upon said fund. GEO. W. OAT 31 AN, Auditor. April 8, 1869-3t. AUDITOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned, auditor, appointed by the Orphans' Court ot Cambria county, to report distrioution of the funds in the hands of Francis J. Christy, Trustee for the sale of the real estate of John C. M'Guire, dee'd.. (pursuant to proceedings in partition.) as shown by his second and final account, here by notifies all persons interested that he will attend to the duties of said appointment at the office of Shoemaker k Oatman, in Ebens burg, on FRIDAY, the 30th day of APRIL, 1869, at 2 . o'clock, p. m., wheo and where they must present their claims, or be debar red from coming in for a share of the funds. GEO. V. OATMAN, Auditor. i1AUTION ! V- All persons are hereby cautioned ag.nnst interfering in any way with a two horse WAGON and SLED, which I have this day purchased from Edward Davis, (collier,) of Jackson tp., Cambria co., and left in his possession during my pleasure. March 6, 1869-3t. V. S. BARKER. VELOCIPEDES. There will be a Velocipede Schoo' opened in the Town Hall, on TIHJR3DAY April 8th. Open day and evening. - Don fail to be on hand at opening night. Tickets of admission 15 cents. FRANK STEVENS A1 DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Letters of administration on the estate of Julia Ann Carney, late ot Ebensburg, de ceased, having been granted the subscriber by the Register of Cambria county, per sons, indebted to said estate are required to make immediate payment of their respective accounts, and those having claim? npinst i will present tneir accounts, properly -mthen Heated, for settlement. A. A, DARKER. . Ebensburg, March 4, 18tf9.6i, IN THE DISTRICT COURT of THE United States, for the western district of Penna. JOHN M. KING, a bankrupt under the act of Congress of March 2, 1857,-having applied for a disobarge from alibis debts, and other claims proTaMte under said Act, By or der of the Court, Notice is hereby eiren, to all persons who hare proved iLcif dsbts, and other persons interested to appear on the l&th day of April, 18G9, at tea o'clock, A. M. before John Brolherlin, Esq., Register in Bankruptcy, at his office, in Hollidaysbarg, Pa., to show cause, if any they have, why a Discharge should not be granted to the 6aid Bankrupt. And further, Notice is hereby given, that the Second and Third Meetings ct Creditors of the said Bankrupt, required by (he 27th and 28th Sections of said Act, will be held before the said Register, at the same time and place. S. C. McCANDLESS, Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT of THE United States, for the Western DlsCriet ef Pennsylvania. AUGUSTINE D. CRISTE. a bankrupt under the act of Congress of March 'I, 1867, having applied for a discharge from all his debts, and other cluims provable under said act, by order of the Court, uotice is hereby given, to all persons who have proved their debts, and other persons interested, to appear on the 15th day of April, 1869, at i() o'clock, a. m., before John Brotherline, Esq., Register in Bankruptcy, at his office, in Hol lidaysburg, Pa., to show cause, if any they have, why a discharge slimild not be granted to the Raid Bankrupt. And further, notice is hereby given, that second and third meetings of creditors of the 6aid bankrupt, reqairrd by the 27th and 28th Section of said act, will be held before the said Register, at the same time nnd place. 8. C. M'CASDLESS, March 25-2t. Clerk. PUBLIC SALE. Will be sold at public sale at Carroll town, on TUESDAY, ArRIL 20, 169, at 1 o'clock, p. m., the following described real estate and personal property : 60 acres of land, situated four miles north of Carrolltown, adjoing lands of Hiram Fritz, Lawrence Dee, and others, having thereon erected a two-Btory plank hou3e, 18 by 32 feet, and a two-story building, 30 by 60 feet, suitabla- for a bank barn. Three acres are cleared and well watered, and th residue has some white oak. and chestnut timber upon it. JES? Terms, one-half cash in hind, and balance in two yearly payments, secured bv jndgment bonds and mortgage ofi purchaser. Also, will be sold at same time and 20 HORSE POWER STATIONARY ENGINE, with hot and cold water pumps, and 2 CYLINDER BOILERS, 32 INCHES IN DIAMETER, 28 FEET LONG, jfcgy- All in cood working order. J March II, 18S9-3t. J- MOORE. IIOTOG RAP fllC. Ho ! every one that wants Pictures, come ye to Ebensburg and get them 1 Having located in Ebensburg, I would very respectfully inform the people that I am now fully prepared to take PHOTOGRAPHS ia every style of the art, from the smallest Card Picture up to Life Size. tF Pictures taken in any weather. Every attention given to the taking of CHILDREN'S PICTURES. Photographs painted in Oil, India IhTc, or W'tter Colors. Your attention is called to my FRAMES LARGE PICTURES, and PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, aiso, uopymg ana eniargiug done in tlie very best rtjle of the ai,. I ask comparison, n-nd. defy competion. Thankful for past favors, I solicit a con tinuance of the same. S&m Gallery on Jclian street, three doors north of the Town Hall. augl3 T. T. SPENCE. Ph.rKorrpber. J"EW CHEAP CASH STORE!! The subscriber would inform the citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity that be keeps con stantly on hand everything in the GROCERY AND CONFECTIONERY ine, Mien as riour, lea, ,onee, &ugar, an kinds of Crackers, Cheese, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Cigars, &c. CAXXED r E ACHES AND TO 31 1 TOES . Also, Buckskin and Woolen Gloves, Wool en Socks, Neck ties, Ac, all of which will be sold as cheap if not cheaper than elsewhere. A full anortment of Candies ! tSSF Ice Creapi very evening. aug!3 R. R. THOMAS M. O A T M A N DSALEB, IN CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES ! consisting in part of DOUBLE EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, GRAIN, FEED, BACON, SALT. FISII, DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES, ALL KINDS OF CANNED FRUITS ! ! SUGARS 1 TEAS ! MOLASSES 1 Ac, COFFEES I CHEESE 1 . &c. SYRUPS 1 Also a large stock of the best brands of CIGARS AND TOBACCO ! J0SF Store on Iligh-st., three doors eat of urawtord's Hotel. feb. 4. BOOT and SHOE EMPORIUM! The subscriber beers leave to inform the public that he has opened out a Bootand anoe oiore in tne rooms formerly occupied by Davis k Evans, on Center street, Ebens- ourg, wnere lie win carry on the business on an extensive scale. READY-MADS BOOTS ani SHOES For tale at Citu Irieer. BOOTS and SHOES made to order- On nhnrtftt nnlir t .The public are invited to give me a i ... 6eu cneap as the cheapest, end l warrant u.y stock apd.make to give satisfic tion. fauS13 JOHN O. EVA.VS. WH0 LES ALE and RETAIL CONFECTIONERY 1 WEST END CAMBRIA HOUSE EBENSBURG, PA. A. IT. fALLEX, Proprietor. BARGAINS! The subscriber desires to call the atlem" of the citizens of Ebensburg and viclnitr 05 the trade generally, to his J' at LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK Of CONFECTIONERY 1 embracing ever -fariefy of candles' icaffV tured, such as ' " GUM DROPS, STICK CANDIES, FANCY CANDIES, LOZENGES, 6lC, &C. together with an extensive stock of fruitr such as ' RAISINS, PRUNELLEff, CARTOON FIGS, MALTA DATESy CURRANTS, APPLES, &C, All of the above goods will be so2J at GREAT BARGAINS 1 SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS WILL BE given to the trade, and a trial will satisfy any and all that my goods are f th8 b-st quality and at prices thm DEFY COMPETITION! The attention of the puVio is cal led toil I f nfect&. 9 fact inai n connection wl:h my con U E S T A V R A X T 1 whertr will befiEerved at all Lours OYSTERS, stewed or fried, i HOT COFFEE,. PIGS' FEET7,. TK1PE, sardines; dried reef, &c , &ct. FRESH FISH BFCF.IVEP EVERY THURSDAf CALL AND EXAMINE 100PS B FORK GOING ELSEWHERE. 1 hope by fair dealing and strict at tention tn business to merit the patronnge of the public. J:in. 7, 18G9. A. II. FALLEK. L. L. LANGSTROTirs PATKNT MOVABLE COMB BEE hive Pronounced the best ever yet introduce in this county or State. Any person buying a family right can have tthe'iT Bc transferr ed from an old box to a new o. in eTfrr instance in which this has been done the re sult has bren entirely satisfactory, and tij first tuke of honey has invariably pa& k ex- penses, nrt frequently exceeded them. Proof of the superior merits of this invention be found in the testimony of every man who has given it a trial, and among the number are the geatlemen named below, and tlitir experience should induce every one inte res'ei in Bees to BUY A FAMILY RIGHT 1 Henry C. Kirkpatrick, of Carroll township, took. 1U6 pounds of surplus honey from twa hives, which ne sold at 3j cents per pounl Adam Aeitncn, ot Carroll township, tow from two hives 1C0 pounds of surplus lionej James Kirkpatrick, of Chest township took CO pounds of surplus honey from oie hive. Jacob Kirkpatrick, of Chest township, 6- tained 72 pounds ot surplus nonty ironi ot hive, worth not less than $21, and the cost him only 5. Peter Campbell from one hive obtained. pounds of surplus honey at one time. ftSy Quite a nnmber of similar staterars:1 authenticated by some of the best cituens'i Cambria countv, could te obtained in pro. f tb superior merits o Langstroth s IVm Movable Comb Bee Hive. Persons wishing to purchase family r:ga3 should call ou or address TETER CAMPBELL, Nov. 20, 1868-tf Carrolltown, P- . DO YOU WANT A RAU'iAi. The subscriber offers at private sulttk following described valuable property, i"8' ate in Strongstown, Indiana county: ONE LARGE HOUSE, aries high, L-shape, one L bfin? feet long, and the other 40 feet. It con- some ZU rooms, and is wen sunen has heretofore been used as, a Hotel. ted In the business portion of town. ONE SUA LL Eli U 'J t . Two stories high, 40x22 feet, cpsxie . -commodnting two families. THREE ACRES OF GROLM', Upon which the foregoing descried no are situate. i The property was formerly owned I nn a copied by Barker & Li-xinger. wbo tavc solved partnership. TE. C3OO t $1,300 for the entire rr'T $500 in htnd; the balance iu I ,! vrocnfs. fa- i'f desired- session given the 1st of Apr: .- f o or n1 dirt tf&m For T articular?, rP0T A. A d marltf tl,n N E W T A I L O R S 11 U m I, .n rtmnrra 1 V, ie I I III.. ,.rav ' ,vr. a Shnn into RE APE S Center utreet. near Ctdonade Row . IT U I 1 i ISA -: nfptrullr informs Ms oM cusio ...j ..... . , rttr uv ra w " , . j . nf t manufacture all k "b"WGV EATS AM YOUTHS' M FAM ge: in the latent ?tyle of the art i nese ani dispatch, and at lo jigy- Persons ne uinK - - ,j resDectfullr iiuitta to fB D. J- Ebensburjr. Aug- l"i J OB U'llUK of all 1. THE ALLEGHASWS OtJJfSa High TVt 1 : i ta 0 o 0 4 or 1 ;t u -c i t: fc E ar n sc h $ l A t S id 1 t t i: is 2"