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FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1880.
Now is the time to give money to the
THERE were ten prisoners in the Johns
town lock-up last nigiit.
Mi:, KAKL J. STAHL has a furnsshed
ouse to rent at Woodvale.
THE company store was closed yestei
day iu celebration of the 4th.
MR. BEN SELKA lias opened a restaurant
in his hotel building on Main street.
E. ZANO'S boot and shoe storo is open,
and new goods are being received.
MESSRS. GEORGE WEitNand J. H. Welsh,
of 1 Tiiladelpuia, are in the city to-day.
MR. HARRY WAYNE, of Altoona, made
us a kind visit immediatly after the flood.
MI:. P. A. COBACGH is opeu at his old
stand at south end of the Kernville bridge.
11. T. DHFRANCE lias opened his drug
store at the corner of Frauklin and Lin
J. A. LAKKIN A CO., jewelers and opti
cians, have opened temporarily at 87
W. C. WOLFE, mechanical engineer, de
signer and draughtsman, can be found at
109 Adam street.
ALEX N. HART has been appointed a
justice of the peace, and lias opened an
office in Alma Hail. .
Mi:. FRANK BENKORD lias opened the
Hulbcrt House dining-rooms in Parke's
Opera House 011 Main street.
TIIE Coroner's Jury will sit at Dr.
Evans office to-morrow evening when it
is expected a verdict will be given.
ONE of the first men connected with a
relief committee who visited our city af
ter the flood was Mr. George S. Lackey, of
WIIY not pay tlie money to the suffer
ers now? A little moucy now will be
worth more to them titan a greater
"Amount after while.
MR. J. J. STRAYKK, the contractor and
builder, has opened an office on Centre
street where he will be pleased to see all
who desire to havee buildings erected.
W. A. KRAMER, the general grocer, at
tlie corner of Franklin and Vine streets,
was the first business place to open since
tlie flood. He lias everything in the gro
RAMP & HORAN, the newsdealers, have
a full line of wall paper, window shades,
etc., aud the Eastern and Pittsburgh daily
papers. On July 15th they will occupy
Eldridgc A Young's old stand. See ad
MESSRS. P. J. FAGAN & Co., general
contractors, have opened an office at Camp
Lilly, nearly opposite the Company Store.
These gentlemen understand their busi
ness aud are worthy of patronage. Give
them a call.
TIIE B. & O. offices are once more down
at their old place, corner Washington and
Franklin streets. jThe passenger train from
Somerset this morning was first to rcaclt
old quarters. Hereafter all trains—pas
senger and freight—will laud there.
MH. THOMAS F. BRADY, oldest son of the
late John Brady, Esq., went to Pittsburgh
Wednesday evening, and will return on
to-day's afternoon train with the remains
of his mother. The body will be taken
off at Morrellville and buried in the ceme
>IR. J. F. KBI-LY, of T. D. Casey &
Co., wholesale liquor merchants of Pitts
burgh, is in the city. This house has a
reputation of seiling the best liquors in
the market, and Mr. Kelly is a courteous
gentleman with whom it is a pleasure to
MR. JAMKS MCKNIUHT, the contructor
who has had charge of cleaning up and
removing the wreckage in the district in
eluding Franklin and Washington streets,-
is an energetic and pleasant business
man. He has our acknowledgements for
AN Italian was brought to town from
Mineral Point yesterday and taken to the
hospital. He was an employe of Brown
& Emery, and in some manner was shot
during the day. The ball entered near
the breast, and was found by Dr. Low
man near the surface in the back and re
MESSRS. GEO. B. STRAYKR and John E.
Strayer are engaged in the real estate
business at room No. 7, Alma Hall. They
are citizens of this city and are well ac
quainted with our people, and are well
informed on the situation. Any business
entrusted to them will be promptly at
ATTENTION is called to the advertise
ment of tile Economy Clothing Company.
This establishment although flooded out
on Main street lias already had erected on
the corner of Franklin and Locust streets
a large temporary building where a large
aud varied stock of goods will be found.
Give them a call.
AMONG other business men who have
sufficient snap and get-up to meet and
successfully surmount formidable ob
stacles is the carpet man, James Ash
bridge. He lias erected a commodious
building nearly opposite the DEMOCRAT
office, on the site of his old stand, where
he will soon open a new stock of goods.
JUDGE JOHNSON has given notice that he
will allow the saloons to open their doors
on Monday, July Bth. Since the order clos
ing the saloons was made, it has been
pretty generally observed. In Cambria
borough, some of the saloons had the
notice posted on the door, and they were
kept tightly closed, while some others had
their doors wide open.
The Pennsylvania'* Greet Lois.
In addition to the great damage done to
property in Johnstown and adjoining bor
oughs the loss sustained by the Penn
sylvania Railroad was the severest blow
they had ever yet sustained. Five thou
sand workmen have been employed day
and night to repair the trucks and put the
road-bed in condition again. The loss of
rolling stock, including thirty engines and
hundreds of freight cars was also very
Fourth ut July.
What asorrowful anniversary of Ameri
can Independence did we have. A few
Hags floating front some dilapidated
buildings, and an occasional lire-cracker
exploded by some lonely little boy, the
remnant of the hundreds of boys aud
girls that once thronged our streets, were
the only things to remind us that the
Glorious Fourth was here. Few, if any,
of the busy workmen ceased their opera
TAYI.OK—GOKK.—] 11 Hillside, Westmoreland
county, on Thursday, June at, tswi. by ttcv,
I'r. 1). J. Beule, asslsled by Kev. .J, M. Burnet,
J. Swan Taylor, ,\l. !)., or Bedford, and Miss
Ella P. (.ore, of Johnstown.
PKINGLE— WAHDKN.-At, the residence of I)r.
Stuart Patterson, ."inu Ellsworth avenue. East,
End, I'lttßburgli, 'luesday evening, .July 2d,
by Kev. A. c. Johnson, .Mr. Charles W. Pilngle.
of Pittsburgh, aud Miss -Martha L. Warden, of
U1 H O.
DAVis.—in tbensburg. on Saturday, June 22,
INSW, Howard, son of 1 nomas T. and Annie
Davis, of woodvale. aged 3 years and 4 months.
r |TAKE NOTICE.—That Letters
_1 of Administration on the Estate of BA.il
-1 el 1. til.ol'Oit, late of Jonnstown borough,
deceased, having been granted by the Keglsier
of cumbi iu count > to LEV| A. WEAVER, ull per
sons knowing themselves Indebted will please
cult aud make payment to sutd LEVI A. WEA
VER, and those having claims will present them
CO LEVI, A WEAVEK, Administrator.
AD • INLS HATCH'S NOTICE.
—Not lee Is hereby given that Letters of Ad
■iilnistruMnn on the esluicof 'I hernias p. Carroll
late of Ihe borough of Conemimgh, Cambria
county, i ii„ deceased, have been granted to
John J. Carroll, of said county, to whom all per
sons Indebted 10 said estate are requested to
maxe payment, anil iliose having claims or de
mands win uiase Known the same without ue
luy to Ihe undersigned, or to O'Connor bros. so
Franklin slreet, Johnstown, I'a.
•ion.v J. CAKUULL, Administrator.
AD311 N1 STBATOR'S NOTICE.
—Notice is hereby given that Letters of Ad
inlnisiration on me estate of Wltllum steiger
walii. tale of 1 oneinaugh borough, county of
Cambria, ana state of l ennsylvuida, deceased,
have been granted to Eriiard Zang, of Johns
town boiougu. 10 whom all persons lndebted to
said estate are requested to make payment, and
those Inning ciuims or demands will make
know n the same without delay to the under
signed, or to (h onuor Bros., so Franklin street,
Jonnstown, Pa. ERHAKD ZANG,
WW 8 Administrator.
—Notice Is hereby given that Lettersof Ad
mlnisl ration on iheesiaieof John Brady, lute of
the borough ot Johnstown, county of Cambria
and Stare of Pennsylvania, deceased, have been
granted to l liouus F. Brady, of said borough
to whom all 1 ei sons indebted to said estate are
request ml to make payment, and those having
claims 01 demands win ma*e known the same
without delay to i lie unuei signed or tou'Connor
Bros., HO Y.ran kiln street, Johnstown, Pa
. THOMAS F.BKADY,
'I O DEBTOR'S AND CKEDITUH'S.—No
tice is hereby given that Letters of Admlolstra
tlon on ihe estate of c. l llzharrls.latc of Johns
town borough, county of Cumbria, and state of
Pennsylvania, deceased, have been granted 10
Michael Mtzharrls of said county ; to whom ull
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make payment, and those having claims or de
mands will make known the suuie without de
lay to the undersigned at uallltzln, Cambria
county, 1 a., or to u'connor Bros., Johnstown,
l'u. MICHAEL FitziiAltltls, Administrator.
AD.1 IN i STRATOR'S NOTICE!
-Notice Is hereby given that Letters ot
Admlnlst ration on the estate of Frauds J. Dalv
late of Johnstown borough, county of Cambria
and stale of Pennsylvania, deceased, have been
granted 10 F. J. O'Connor, of said borough, to
whom all persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested 10 make payment, and those having
claims or demands will make known the same
wirts.lll delay to ihe undersigned at the olltce
of O'Connor Bros., 89 Franklin street, Johns
IjVVl'.t I 1 Olt .S NOTICP —Notice
j Is hereby given that Letters Testamentary
on the estate or .Mrs. Ann Daly, late of the bor
ough of Johnstown, county of Cambria, and
State of Pennsylvania, deceased, have been
granted to K. J. O'Connor, of said borough, to
whom all persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to make payment, and those having
claims or demands will make known the lsame
without delay to the undersigned at the office
of O'Connor Bros., 89 Franklin street, Johns
F. J. O'CONNOR, Executor.
—Notice Is hereby given I hat Letters of Ad
ministration on Hie estate of Airs. Maggie Mur
phy, late of the borough of .Johnstown, county
of canthrla and State of Pennsylvania, deceased,
have been granted to James B O'Connor, of said
borough, to whom all persons Indebted to said
estate are requested to make payment, and those
having claims or demands will make known the
same without delay to the undersigned, at the
office of O'Connor Bros. 8 Franklin street
Johnstown, Pa, JAMES B. O'CONNOR,
A DMJNISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
XX —Notice Is hereby given that. Letter of Ad
ministration on theestateof Michael J. Murphy
late of the borough of Johnstown, Cambria
county, i'a., deceased, have been granted to
James B. O'Connor, of said borough, lo whom all
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make paymeni. and.those having claims or de
mands will make known (he same without delay
to the undersigned, at the office of O'Connor
Bros. st> Frankiln street, Johnstown, pa.
JAMES U. O'CONNOR.
July 5 Administrator.
—Notice Is hereby given thai Letters of
Administration on the estate of \V. A. KIL
GORE. late of ihe borough of Johnstown, county
of Cambria, and tale of Pennsylvania, deceas
ed, have 'men granted to J. j. JOHNSTON,
of Greensburg. i a., to whom till persons Indebt
ed lo said estate are requested to make payment
and those having claims or demands, will make
known the same without, delay.
•I. J. JOHNSTON, Administrator.
ADM IN IST RAT 11IX's NOTICE
I'-TATK OF t'ASPKK WILL. LATE OF
JOHN-TOWN. CAMBRIA COI'NTY, 1)K
--CEAsEl).—Te' ters of Administration having
been granted by Ihe Register of Cambria county
to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all
perse s having claims against, said estate to
present them, duly authenilcated, for settle
ment, and those knowing themselves Indebted
to make Immediate payment to the undersigned.
ELIZABETH WILL. Administratrix'.
A D MINI ST R AT'RI X S NOTICE.
XX.—The estate of M. s. Maloy, lale of Johns
town. Cambria county, I'a. Letters or admin
istration on the above named estate having been
granted to the undersigned, all persons having
claims against said estate will present them for
payment, duly authenticated, aud those In
debted thereto will please make Immediate pay
ment to MARY A. MALOY,
No. tgj Adam street, connemaugh borough, Pa.
4 DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
/\ Estate of George Helser, deceased. Notice
is hereby given that letters of administration
on the estate of George Helser, deceased, late of
Johnstown borough, Cambria county, Pa., have
lieen granted by the Register of Cambria county
to the undersigned, to whom all persons In
debted lo said estate are requested to make Im
mediate, payment, and those having claims or
demands agulnst, the same will present I hem,
duly authenticated, for settement.
GEORGE MI KHLUArSER,
Administrator of George Ilelser, deceased.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
I~\ —Estate of Jacob Swank, late of Johns
town, Cambria county, deceased. Letters of
administration having teen granted bv the lteg-
Ister of Cambria county to the undersigned,
notice Is hereby given to all persons having
claims against said estate to present them, duly
authenticated, for settlement, and those know
ing themselves Indebted, to make Immediate
paymenttothe undersigned. N. 11. SWANK,
Johnstown. Pa., July 6, 1889.
—Notice is hereby given that Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of Peter liubrltz, late
of the borough of Franklin, Cambria county,
pa., deceased, have been granted to Jacob Ru
brltzand Mrs. Annie Cannon, of said borough, to
whom all persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate pay incut, and those
having claims or demands against the estate
will make known the same without delay to the
uuderslgued or to O'couner bros, at 89 Franklin
street, Johnstown, Pa.
MKB. ANNIK CANNON,
Administrators of peter Kubrltz, deceased.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS,
Notice is hereby given that the
CO'-nty Treasurer of Cambria county will
attend, for the purpose of HECEIVJNO COI'NTY
AND SPATE TAXES assessed for the Year 18811,
ut the PLACE OF HOLDING ELECTIONS In the
respective districts, on the dates mentioned be
low: south Fork and East Conemaugh, July
22d; croylo township and Franklin, July aid;
Wllmore and Woodvale, July '-'4 th: Sum
merlilll township uud Conemaugh, First ward,
July 25th; Portage and Conemaugh, Second
ward, July atith ; Lilly and Washington town
ship, No. 1, July 27th; Tunnellilll and Johns
town, First ward. July 2!lth; GaUltzln borough
and Johnstown, .second ward, July 80th; Wash
ington township No. 2 and Johnstown, 'lhlrd
ward, July .'list; Minister township anil Johns
town, Fourth ward, August Ist; GaUltzln town
ship and Johnstown, Fifth ward, August 2d;
Ashvllle, August 8d; chest Springs anu Johns
lown, sixth ward, August stli; Allegheny town
ship and Johnstown, seventh ward, August tith;
Loretto and IMlUvllle, First watd, August 7th,
Blaekllck township and MUlvllle, second ward,
August Bth; Jackson township and Coopersdale.
August nth ; Cambria township, August lOtlt;
Burr township and Cambria, First ward, August
12th; Susquehanna tow nslilp and Cnmbi la. Sec
ond ward, August 18tli; Elder township and
Prospect, August Nth; Carrolltown and Grubb
towu, August 15th; Carroll tow nship and I pper
Y Oder town ship, August Kith; Clearfield town
ship and East Taylor township, August 19th;
Dean township and West Taylor township, Au
gust 20th; lteade township and Conemaugh
township, August 2lst; White township and
Stonycreek township, Augusi •.'2d; Chest town
ship and Lower Yoder township, August 23d;
Kbensburg, East ward and Adams township.
August 2th: Ebetisburg, Westward and Wet
land township, August git b. A DISCO! NT OF
5 PER CENT, will be allowed on all Taxes paid
on or before September Ist. and alter October
Ist 5 Per Cent, will be added on all unpaid.
THUS. E. HOWE, Treasurer.
J. J. STRAYE.R
Rear of German Catholic Church.
During August , September and October J In
tend to rent my dwelling of seven lurunlsbed
rooms and kitchen, with garden.situated on the
lilll opposite Woolen Mills, in Woodvale. If de
sired possession of part of the house can be
given at once. |Apply In person or In wilting
1° KARL F. STAHL.
Here We Are!!
.opened up and Heady forjliusluess"
■ AGAINST MY:;olh ISTAKII, .
With a Nice New Stock of Goods—the
first in the city. Everything you
want in Groceries, Hoots
DRY GOOODS and MOTIONS.
Also Some FLOODED GOODS for
sale Cheap. All goods deliv
ered Free. Come and see
me at Kernville, end
T. D. Casey & Co,
Wish to announce to their friends
that they are again carrying on
business at the old stand,
No, 971 Liberty Street,
W.C. \V< >I.KI \
Designer and Draughtsman,
MttiiufactiirerH' Agont ami Dealer in
And all kinds of WOOD-WORKING and other
special Agent for the Erie iron City Works,
Ball Engine Co, and the Egan Co.'B Machinery.
Second-Hand Machinery bought , sold or taken
in exchange for New Machinery. Machinery
Properly and Promptly Repaired.
Office Address; 109 ADAM ST.,
I JGIINS TO try, PA.
Too Busy to Write Advertisements,
But we have the Stock. We have hustled day and night—we have out
witted all the old-time clothiers. Just think of it—we are one of
town's youngest clothiers. We have met with a total loss of our grand
business, but our determination to become the Leading Clothiers is still
the same. Wb are the first and only house on the ground to serve the
public. Our line is now complete, with only a few exceptions, and this
is caused by the lateness in season. Every train brings loads of new,
goods, and our prices just the same as ever (LOW) for
Mil, Its, Fmli Goods, frits, Valises,
BOOTS and SHOES,
Come to the Ever Wide-Awake
ECONOMY CLOTHING Co
"J $*3? ©IS 25*
COR. FRANKLIN AND LOCUST STREETS.
The Undersigned will Hereafter conduct the
REAL ESTATE BUSINESS
At the former Heal-Kstate oflheof ttEoKtiElt.
STKAVKM, NO. 1, ALMA HAI.I. Having a
thorough acquaintance with Johns'own ami Its
people, we oll'er our services with the belief
that we ran lie of service to those who have
business In our line. Careful and prompt atten
tion given to everything entrusted to us.
(JEOIiE B. STHAYEK.
JOHN E. STRAY Kr.
J. A. LAMIN & CO,
Jewelers and Opticians,
We have secured Temporary Quarters
(for one ntoitilr) at
AO. S7 Fit A Slil. IS STREET.
I,urge and Complete Line of
Spectacles and Eyeglasses,
; ALL NEW G< K)DS;
Are ready to do
Fine Watch Repairing.
J, A. LABKIN & CO,
W. A. KRAMER,
No- 61 Franklin Street,
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Canned and Mottled Goods
AND FINE QUEENSVVAUE
Saved, and FKKSH hIPPUKS now
Strawberries, Foreign Fruits,
Vegetables, Tobacco and Cigars.
PRICES AS BEFORE THE FLOOD.
RAMP & M
Have now on hand a fine line of
BLANK BOOKS, Etc.
Agent for all the New York
and Philadelphia Daily
and Weekly Papers:
Pittsburgh Dispatch, Times,
Post, Commercial, Press, Lea
der, and Volksblatt, all of
which will be delivered prompt
ly to any part of the city.
CALL _A.T THEIB
MAIN ST., ABOVE CLINTON.
After July 15th, they
will occupy Eldridge <x
Young's old stand
NO. 207 MAIN STREET.
P. J. PAGAN & CO.,
ALTOONA and JOHNSTOWN,
Have Established their Headquarters at
C A AT P LILLYI
And are Prepared to Make
Estimates lor All Kinds of Work
Re-Laying Pipe for Private Parties,
CLEANING, CLEARING OUT CELLARS,
Clearing oft' Ground and
Preparing Property for Re-Building.
Have had Many Years' Experience in , ,
WORK OF THIS NATURE.
They Can do All this Kind of Work
PROMPTLY and with DISPATCH.
They Also Handle, a Supply of
-:Terra - Gotta - Pipe:-
AND PLUMBING MATERIALS.
P. J. PAGAN & CO.
Largest and Most Complete Wine, Liquor and Cigar House in thei
United States. Established, 1836.
Distiller and Jobber
No. 066. V
/ ,VWines, Liquors,
an( * I'ifth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa
All orders received by mail or otherwise will receiv9i
prompt Attention. •
JAMES COTSTDRIN", Altoona, Agent.