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THURSDAY, ATUGST 5, 1869.
17X10.? UEPUBUCIS TICKET
JOHN W. -G E All Y.
TOR SrPtlEMK JCDOX,
1 HENRY W. WILLIAMS.
EPUR LIC AN CO. CONVENTION.
The Union Republican voter3 of Cambria
county are hereby requested to meet at tbe
usual placc3 for holding the elections in
their respective wards and districts on SAT
URDAY, the 2Ut day AUGUST, and between
the hour of I o'clock, and 7. o'clock, p. m.,
elect two delegates for each election district
to represent them in a County Convention to
be held on Tuesday, the 24th day of August,
at the Court House, in Ebensburg, at 2 o'
clock, p. m., for the purpose of taking such
action in the coming election as the inter
ests of the party and the good of our coun
try demand. ALEX. KENNEDY,
Ang. 5, 18S0. Chairman.
The campaign has opened in Pennsyl
vania. The two great political parties who
ko often have met in conflict before are
again arrayed agaist each other, and, un
der leaders of acknowledged strength and
Kwcr, arc marshaling for the great strug
gle of supremacy at the ballot box. while
we have never felt more sanguine of a con
test resulting, in a republican triumph,
still it is eminently unwise that we should
build upon our own strength and with
fiTrn MdctT calmly await victory, making
no effort to secure It beyond a doubt. The
enemy has been whipped unmercifully
time and time again, but each political
castigation. at the polls only made
them more eager and more determined to
triumph, and up they come in each canvass
as sjolid and resolute as though they
had never felt the shock of a rcversa.
Possibly, the Democratic party is to-day
as well organized and as well prepared for
the struggle as they ever were, and will
conduct the canvass with a wicked energy
born from the fresh recollections of the
many disasters and defeats they have of
lite suffered. On their part victory is es
teemed to highly and as a result so desira
ble that nothing honest or dishonest will
be loft undone to help on their cause.
Tt p l-'TnT' Viis that the Republicans
jj-jrVes c! onnauhtes for wedlock. , -
Aiors irr-J ty men that they wiil find
in-a '.viJo a helpmate, and not an cmbar-ra.---iii;jntr.
.-Lim recipe, if thoroughly tried, will !
greatly lessen the number of bachelors and
increase happy homes.
jcf. o.v L'attll. Anthracite ashes,
fitted through a floe sieve iato the hair.
13 enecruai ; lay the calvs on there backs
aui sift it all over them
?t them scatter
the ashes, over the floor.
It seldom re
quires two applications and docs not injure
them. Wood ashes in smaller quantities
Might answer, but there might be danger
if they went iu the rain or wet.
G K O V E J , '""aTTeITS
riKST PHE.UIl.-M -
EL A S I J V STI ICLJ
- SKWixG 4 MACHINES !' -
495 Broaidway, New York,
- ' ?30 Clirstimt Street. r!u!r.d5lphia,
lli Market Street. II. rm'u rr,
I'll ' -Wood .street, Pittiburg,'
. - . POINTS OF KXUKI.LEXUE.
Beauty nud Elasticity of Ssi'rh.
Perfection and Simplicity of' Mat-btcry.
Using both .threads dhectiv 1.01.1 'h
"No fastening of seams Lr band and nu
wast- f thread.
r.in2c of ap-lication without change
or adjustment, v .c
'Tho Pfnru retains i-.s bc'.uj and fnmzota
after washing at:.! ho-iingl '
Besides do:-- aVi v;.. 6f w-rk- dwutf- .
other Sewing Mhitit.-, .:,.hft Machine ex
ecute the m.)t ' ea-.t ful ;i peimai.ciit cm
trorclery and Virnaiiitntrt! rk.
T4ie'W?li-.;H ir,-rJium3 nt alj thc fajrs
aud exliibitiono thc Fi.it. 1 Stntt-s and
lyurope, hare .eii uv. s.r .r.I the Grovcr k
Ilaker SMrni. Machine!, nn.l f:,e work fione
17 tbera, wherever exhU it, d !n oonpetiUon.
rV,2h.V'," Y ";-hest prize, THE CROSS
01 iIIR.LW,i5.X.OF- HONOR. tts confer
reU on the tiprsentativv of the Orovor Sc
liakcr cnii. Mac-Linen, at the Kxnosition
Unirerselle, Vnris; 1807, thus att'Jr.- their
gPeat eupciiority over allothcr Sew;:?' Ma
ulrinw. ' : 1:: . . 1 0
I'cr s;tla It C. T. ROBERTS. Ebenabur.
satisfied with tho Ilichmond speech of
Governor Walker. The result of the union
would bo the election of two Republican
United States Senators, and an effective
support of : the National Administration
Gov; Wells and L. II. Chandler will prob
ubly.be the United States Senators under
', x&m- Much speculations is indulged in
concerning the visit of Horace Grcely to
the VhU e Sulphcr Springs, in Virpinia.
The ItadicaJ are apparently distrustful of
liiui, and would not be surprised to fcce
Jiiui taking psominent part with ihe
GoiiPer'vativcju Some think he is tu con
tultation with Southern (iJonscrvativs pol
licians, and layiinr jans for a niopement
luking to the elevation-of Juile Clate to
flic I'residency, un a platl'-inu uf gcucaii
pjancsty and universal suffrage-
Who is he? William" A. Galbrahh
haviug declined to servo as the Chairman
of the Democratic State Central Commitee
after much tribulation, and another fight
between William Randal and Lewis C.
Cassidy of Phila. Jaaics F. Shunk of Ea
ston; General Miller of Ilarrisb urgj and
B. F. Myers of Bedford) to hold the mon
eybags of Packer, William Mutclilci of
Easton, has been appointed. He comes
Pac ker's snd thet genuleman will superin
tend lie division of the spoils much to the
disgust of many of the hungry andunter
rified" leaders. The great question a
mong the copperocracy now is who is
Pennsylvania's Governors. Tho
office of Governor of Pennsylvania has ex
isted for eighty years, and has been filled
by sixteen gentlemen. It is a noticeable
faot that every one of the occupants of
our Executive chair has been a native born
Pennsylvanian: Mifflin was born in Phil
adelphia, McKean in Chester county, Sny
der in Lancaster, Findlay in Franklin,
Ileister, Shultz, and Ritner in Perks, Wolf
and Pollock in Northumberland, Porter
and Shunk in Montgomery, Johnston and
Geary in Westmoreland, Pigler in Cum
berland, nvA Wm, F. Packer and Curtin
in Centre. '
335"" Wet the weather.
J6 Busy Our harvesters
More organ grinders in town.
B& Peaches are in our market.
JST Tho Bresson tlouse is full of guesfs
JGT Cheap, Flour at V. S. Barkers.
Bx2? Sea call clsewhero for the Republi
can county convention.
The New York Times Bpeak of
Frank Blair as a tight man in a tight place.
V. S. Barker sells the best flour
B, The Erie Railroad has fairly
earned its title as "the Golgotha of the
Mj. Gen. Sehofield has started
on an extensive tour of inspection through
Tgs. Over 100.000 acres of tho p'mey
woods of South Carolina have been bur ned
wicbin a fortnight.
iQy Mary goodin, a colored giantca,
died of dropsy, in Carlisle, last week. She
was thirtyeijht years of. aire and weighed
almot four hundred pounds.
JtST It is Btated that pix fatal cases of
cholera have occurred this week in New
York city, brought there by vessels from
n-k . . . . .
J&SySeuator Morton will renew his finan
; cial bill Dext session, and will also Fup-
port a measure-of universal amnesty the
i moment the Fifteenth amendmedt is a
E& Four hundred bogheads of snsrar
FT from New Orleans, consign to various
parties in St. Louis, have been seized by
; Government authorities for
jj i, violation of the revenue laws.
f.1 0- TheFrerch Court of Cassation has
Ljust decided that two men who died on
. the gaMejs fifteen years aso, were inno
? cent of the crimes of which thsy were
t TP. A horse thief was recently caught
lin Indiana. The 'local pnpers announce
:;)( tliat he won't steal anymore horses in
l'-ei''this world. TTe has probably met "death
on the pale horse."
Ku TQm It is said Berks is the only county
in the State where farmers allow or compel
r. , their wire? and daughter to work in the
11 - , , m" l i' t 11 i
t neios. ir-n aegrauing system enoum do
done away with.
$6KTake Notice Those who wish to
hare fiad bread must have good flour,
and the rest flour is always the cheapest,
Therefore buy from V. S. Barker,
who keeps the cheapest and best flour
The railing around thc Mexican
monument, in Ilarrisbnrg, is said to be of
a unique and curious pattern. The posts
represent a bundle of arrows surmounted
by Roman battle axe?; the uprights are
made of condemned muskets with bayonets
Egju It is under Btood that General
Sherman has instructed General Canby
that he is to take no action in the mattea
of administering thc irou-clad oath to the
members elect of the Virginia Legislature
until the matter shall have been consid
cred in thc Cabinet.
t5uThe annivrsary of the Orphans'
Home, at Wotnelsdorf, Berks county, was
celebrated on Wednesday, when an address
was delivered by Rev. Dr. Passavent, of
Fittsburz. J he Home contains now
about one buudrcd scholars, of whom
eighty are soldiers orphans.
B& A citizen of oxford,Chestercounty,
offers to deed two acres of land on the
railroad in that borough to anp party who
will build a furnace and, rolling mill
thereon, and the Philadelphia and Balti
more Central Railroad Company ill
furnish free transportation on the road
for all material necessary in the erection
of the fcamo.
tT" It is predicted that the .publia
debt statement fir the mouth of July
will show a decrease io the public d?bt
of about 9,000,000 since March 4. The
remainder of the year will reap very little
more revenue than will carry along the
current expense, but ii delievtd .that
the debt will staud reduced 50,000,000
at the cud of the year, March -1, 1870.
Jurt List Tho following persopg have
been drawn to serve aa Jurors at tht Sep
tember TernxoE oar County Court
George t. Bowser, Foreman, Taylor Tvrp,.
Chest Sprlnga J3or.-William Bcher, iSetef
M'Kenie. Franeia Cramer.
Chest Tp. Jaa. Petoxier, Jacob Deltrlch.
"Croyle Twp'.-Peter Brown.
Conemaugh Twp. Epbraim Csterf Alex.
Carroll Twp. John Deitrich.
Cambria Bor. Bernard Keel an.
Cambria Twp Andrew Wible.. . ..
Ebensburg Bor. Eugene Barker, Thos. M.
Jone?. . - 1 !
J ohustown Borough-Jesse Kooken, Harry
"Wehn, Henry Zimmerman. . .
Millville Bor.Jobn Champaaouc. ... ; " '
Prospect Bor. Robert Dimond,.
ItichlaLd Twp. Hiram Orris
Taylor Twp. Wm. Adams, Ccoge Fisher,
Scory Fritz, George Tage."
TRAVK83t 4UROBS. -URST WKEK.
AHegbenySam'l fetoy, &ich'l M Quire.
Blaclilick Thomas-Dunoan. " '
Carroll Henry Bender, Thomas Buck, John
Clearfield Andrew Carle, Jos.- F. Cooper.
Cambria "William Dishart, John Hughes,
Reese S. JJoyd.
Cambria Bor. Thomas Judge.
Conemaugh Bor. David Fulton, C. Hecker.
Croyle George Ivring.
Ebensbur? Dennis Brawley, H. Kinkead.
- Frankliu Bor. John Mincely.
GallitzinDavid Trcxler, John J. Tioxell.
Johnstown J S. Buchanan, Samuel Beam,
John Callahan, Robert II. Canan, Wm. Flat
tery, Robert B. Gageby, Frank W. Hay Geo.
It. Slick. John White, sr. .
Jackson Henry Anstatt, Em'l Klinefelter.
Loietto William Koons. t
Mtinster Corceliui Dsvcr.
Millville Jobn Sech, George Tries. I ,
rrospect Aiicnael Flaherty.
Kichland John W. Blough, Lewis B.' Dun
mite, Jacob Kiper, Christian Weaver. !
Summerhill Jacob Eraigh, Henry Walters.
Sugquehanna Michael J. Flatt,.
Taylor Samuel Stutzman.
Summitville Joho Sbarbaugh.
While Francis M. Flanegan, G. Bowman.
TRAVtBSE JI EOR SECOS1) WEEK, j
Allegheii' Joho J. Glass.
Conemaugh Bor. Christian Biffinger, Mark
CHmbriaBor. Geo- Alstead, Saro'l Bridee.
John Stinger. f
Cambria Twp. Griffith J. Jones, Vincent
Piatt, John Tierney. ;
Carro 1 Solomon Dumm, Wm, Weakland.
Clearfield Jos. Dodson, Cornelius Morris.
Chest Jacob Glasser. John Nagle. ,
Carrolltown Henry Scanlon.
East Conemaugh Bor. Thomas M'Oabe.
Ebensburg Lewis Beynon, Jno. E. Roberts,
Johu Lloyd. j 1 :
Galhtzin Jerome Dawson, Jas. P. Murray.
Bernard Myers. ,
Johnstown George Fisher John Galbraith,
Wm. Orr, John Parke,. A PlarrJ, S,. Tittle,
Jackson Nathaniel Singer.
Munster Henry Kaylor, James S. Luckett,
Millville Henry Dishong. i '
Sasquehauca Joseph Bearer. ;
Summerhill James Doran, Edward Lyncli.
Taylor Isaac Bole, David Prosser. j
W bite David Cree, A. II. Fiske, I- Gates.
Washington Jaincs W. Hudson.
To tier Timothy L. Hunt, Jackson J. Hor
ner, Noah Moyer, James C. Murray.'
It is an old savins that the best is al
ways tbe cheapest. This is more important
with Groceries than onytmng- else, ana il
always 6hould be remembered that Oatrnan
keeps none but the best groceries and tbe
cheapest. He has also succeedei in estab
lishing a flour trade that would be a credit
IU t& KlJUkduU l.tfuoo Kin. fM.LLl 1 1 1 o Util Kit
every ten buy their flour at Oatjaan's. It is
a tact. roooay aenies u. ine fcecret 13
this : he has secured the best brand in tbe
market, and then again be sells it at a trifle
above cost. In short it is just such an arti
cle that Trhen once used is bound t j com
mend itself to patronage. Try it, and don't
forget that Oatman's cheap store i3 tbe pfcice
to buy it.
Tinware Emporium. Reader, if you
are not now in need of tinware, it is possible
that in a shott time j-ou will be called upon
to make a purchase, and in order that too
mav know where 10 eet the article to the
best advantage should receive your attention.
We know of no place where better tinware is
made than thai by T. W. W ulianis, who ;man-
ufactures all of his stock and from .none but
tbe best tin. As regards prices he lis able to
sell as low as the lowest.
Furniture Room. Messrs. II. A.
Shoemaker & Co. have greatly enlarged their
Furniture ware room as. well as tuevir store,
and are now better prepared to meet the de
mands of the public. Their assortment is
the largest in town, and in fact the only well
regulated establishment of the kind in tbe
north of the countv. Vou that are In need of
furniture will find no better place to buy.
A Fact. That L. Mayer's N. Y
Store is the headonarters for all manner of
dress coods, ia evinced from the fatt that
when all other stores in Johnstown are doing
nothing, thi3 store is full with eager purchas
ers ot his cheap ami desirable goods. He
sells cheaper goods for less money than any
other merchant ia Johnstown.
Reason Why, The reason why every
body buy tbeir clothing at .Leopold & ito s. in
Johnstown is because they keep the best. ar
ticle of goods, and make the neatest, and
most comfortable fitting garment, in Johns
town. Besides keeping the best goods, Ac,
they sell decidedly l ower than any other
like establishm ent in the place.
rAST WARD. no I attention, every
body. Whereas, that is to say just at pres
ent, it becomes necessary to inform the pub
lie that in case they need cheap goods, tiich
of course they do, that R. R, Davis 13 deter
mined to sell his goods for almost cost, and
invitee those wanting bargains to give him a
call before going elsewhere.
EW TIN SHOP!
The undersigned desires to call the
attention of the public to tba fact that he ha3
boncht the stock and fixtures of T. W. Wil
liam's Tin Shop, and has removed the shop
to the room of Mrs. Aruonald, ' -' :
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE BUILDING,
where be will be pleased to wait bn all who
may favor him with a call.
Prompt attention paid to . jepairing.
All wort guaranteed to give sitistaction
A U DITO R'SN OTICETrt-
XjL In Common Pleas of Cambria county.
No. C9, March Term, 2869. William Bendon
and James Bendon vs. Lydla Bendon, widow,
And now. 9th of June, 18b9, on motion of
Messrs. Johnston & Scanlao, Jos. M Donald,
Esq., appointed Auditor to report distridution
of proceeds of Sheriff's sail of defendant's real
estate in above writ. By the Court,
la rursuancc of the above order of Court, I
will attend at my oifice in Ebensburg, an
Monday the 23d t f August, inst., when the
parties interested nay attend if they- see
proper. J'UdM'll 31 DONALD,
Aug. 5., 18G9. Auditor.
T? ASTERN STA.M
AT OATMAN'S. AT OATMAK'S.
BUY IT ! TRY IT I
TELL YOUR, NEIGHBOR ABOUT IT !
GIVE SATISFACTION !
CHEAPEST BECAUSE TOE BEST !
L. O ATM AN KEEPS IT AT HIS
CHEAP CASH GROCERY.
Y ALU ABLE TOWN PROPERTY
AT PRIVATE SALE The undersign
ed will sell at private sale the House and Lot in
the East Ward of Ebensburg Borough, front
ing 66 feet on. High street, and extending
back along Caroline street 264 to Lloyd
street. This property is conveniently located
either for business purposes or for a private
residence. The house is a two-story frame,
with 4 rooms oa each floor, with stable and
Fuitabbs outbuildings. The lot is in a fine
state of cultivation, and has T bearing apple
trees on it.
For terms apply to Catharine Roberta, at
the residence of R. E. Jone3, in the 'West
ward of said Borough, or to the undersigned
at his office. WM. H. SECHLEH,
May 13-tf. Attorney at law.
The undersigned Auditor appointed
by the Orphans' Court of Cambria county, to
hear and decide upon the exceptions filed to
the account ot Cecelia 51 bougb, -dmin
istratrix of Qeorce M'Goueh deceased, and
to report distribution among the creditors of
RA.rt dec.oasfid. will set lor tnat purpose at
his Office, in Ehensburg on Friday 13th day
of August next, when all interested may at
tend. JOSEPH 31 DON ALU,
july 29-3t. Auditor.
T?ARM FOR SALE.
JL The undersigned offers at private rMe
his rAUM, situate in Carroll tp., one-half
mile from Carrolltown, containing 51 acres,
iiu acres cleared and in a good tate of culti
vation. A good frame bouse and barn, with
other necessary outbuildings thereon erected.
vjuuu runuj, cnurcn ana tcnooi nouse con
venient. A rare opportunity to get a bar
to i'uwcu. ' or. particulars can on or
addresa SAMUEL ROLLER,
July 22-St Carrolltown, Pa,
HENRY JACOR, ttith
W. M. GORMLY,
WholHalc Grater, dealer in
1 -' uri'bKS, SUGARS, hYRUPS, MO-
lj Abb KS, FISH, SALT,
OILS, RICHMOND mi? tuui
n!9 No. 271 Liberty Street PiTTBULa,''pA.
Af TUP lAF-flH, AK&
ELEGANT yfiw 0QM OF
Jll'jh $trcet Ebensburg Pa,
ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF GOODS !
CoosUting In part of
BRY GOODS, PRESS GOODS, CLOTfllNG.
BOOTS and SH0E3, UATS and CAPS,
ANI A FULL LINE OP
S U M M E H G O O D S !
A central assortment of Hardware will al
ways be kept on hand.
In great variety.
FLOUR, F E E D, 4c, &c.
Goods sold at lowest Market prices. Call
nd see goods.
By keeping constantly on band a well
assorted stock of goods the undersigned hope
to merit and receive a liberal share of pat
onage. jnne 10. ZAIIM & SON.
ESTABLISHED IN 1856.
I3 the oldest and largest in Cambria County.
It is thc place to buy your
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
It Is the place to buy your
PAINTS AND OILS !
It is the place to buy your
DYES AND DYE STUFFS !
It is thc place to buy your '
PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES,
HAIR RESTORERS and DYES,
and all et cetera appertaining to a
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE! I
OUR STOCK IS 1 UK
LARGEST EVER OFFERED IX
Agent for Davis, Chambers k Co.'s
PURE. WHITE LEAD !
WHICH IS THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
XJfi?" Dtalers can save freight by purchas
ing their goods from our house. Price lists
sent on application. C. T. FRAZKIV
No. JfOl Main strt-t-t,
June 3. Johnstown, Pa.
O A T II
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES !
consisting in part cf
DOUBLE EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR,
GRAIN, FEED, BACON, SALT, FISH.
DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES,
ALL KINDS OF CANNED FRUITS ! !
Also a large stock of the best brands of
CIGARS AND TOBACCO !
JBy Store on High-st., three doors eat of
Crawford's Hotel. feb. 4.
jj- E W F T R
F T R M .
The uudersipned hereby gives rotice to his
old friends and customers, that on the
1st of July he admitted his son, Geo.
II. Roberts, iuto full partner
ship with him iu the mercantile business in
Ebesnburg, and that hereatter the firm
name will be
EDWARD ROBERTS & SON.
Their ttock will embrace everything in the
fancy and staple dry goods line. Groceries
of every description. Boots and Shoes, Hats
and Caps, of thc latest styles and patterns.
A full line of Hardware and Queensware, and
in fact any article to be found in a well reg
ulated country store.
Having enjoyed a successful and rdcasant
experience of more than twenty years in the
business at this place, nad having completed
a spacious edifice on High street, and in
creased my facilities for supplying raj friends
at all times and at the lowest mnrket prices
with the best nrtiile in the market, I confi
dently appeal to those who have so gener
ously given me their confidence and fnvor in
the past to continue the same measure of
patronage towards the new linn
A It 11 I V A Ii
West end Cambria Jlouse, Ebeptb,;.
ANOTHER LARGE STOCK
ANOTHER LARGE STOCK
ANOTUER LARGE STOfJ
Juit received and for sale cheaper ft
ANY OTHER MERCUAXT
CAS AFFOBP TO SEU,
1,000 Pounds Slick Cnndif,
500 Pounds Fancy Cani1
TOO Pounds Assorted,
IO Boxes Prunes,
7 Boxes Currants,
6,000 noxes Prime Cigar,
&c, &c.t &c.
The attention of the public is csf-ei ts.J
e . .1 . . ..1 I
uci. inai in connection wiin ray ctttuecti
ery is k first-class
RES T A URAXT!
where will be served ataWXy
OYSTERS, stewed or rrici, 1
DRIED REEF, &C ,
GIVE ME A
7, 18G9. A. II. FALL!
N K W STUll E
NEW GOODS !
THE PEOPLE'S ONE PRICE H
HIGH STREET, K IS EN SBC KG.
ASK FOR FRY'S CHEAP STOKE
EVERYTHING ROUG HTSLVCK'
GREAT DECLIME IN ITJtX
THE LARGEST AND CUE.U'KST
OF GOODS IN TOWN.
N E W STOCK O r
GOODS, GROCERIES, RAUUW
JUST KECEIVKU AM KOK ?AIE AT TUt
CUE AC CASH STORK OF
iu thc rooms formerly occui'ieJ by E.
dor, on High-st.
EAR CALVS IX DRY GOGDi
BOOTS AXJ) SHOES'-1
Mn'a Ce an.t Kid Co0!i
Ladies Congress G iter5
and Frenrh Mnroco bWe?i
DARGAIXS IX GROC0'
SYIiITP MHT.4RSFS. M1'1'
SOAPS, CANDLES, SPICED
&C., &C, tf.
HARDWARE IN GREAT V
QUEENSWARE AND GLA-
(i j) di'tc t vn OIL Cil'
ILL As 1 J 1.1 ' ,
A beautiful assortmeM on b32
II VM LARDj
MESS PORK, CHr-Ut,
II1KCU " . I iV
Call and be convince! n
Cheaper man uj 1 L l'1'1
OITICK SALES Aw-" . rJ.
Mav IJ, GO.