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. July si, i7i
jrarat lavis & IJros.
Pl RK CUliT M
hi ttil. I.uck tsHs rope Ac,
:,t M.ivisA lsrop.
I'osT OrHfF. iii Hie Town Hiil!
1 V. .a nf r n
.it iniiiT""" I "
Smk of our !llo nrc w' V aliiiK on j
! now oirn. j
Xov ran l'i'V oith. r a ihmshrr ;r it..rs-- i
jsiw.t w-rwrau-ij nt - i
JiT r.Hivtil lit Davis J: IJros. a Pid.'U-i
,U J stink oI'lol-tK' V MKiirs.
ktiH'K of cM lir.i.vi-ts will Ik- ojirn-
,-,1 to .lav at Mrs. Jus. 1. 1 rtilwtll s.
Wk lum; now on liaml a larfrc pi1y of:
1. 1..., I iiiil'rmont nikti'tt
4 Country product- wacto-1 nt ilie Fam
ily (Jpirt-rv i food store of Cook & lkrnth
n Maine Crofe S?trett.
I Tue largest lot of llaiulmr;: tluliroiil-Vrii-s
v,'r otffred in Souirrwt at Mrs. J. U-
f 'nil well .
Ax immense stork of mil ami artilkial
a,;iir liraids, curls, (staple uiiJ cluster) and
I hignous at Mrs. Jas. 1!. Tntlwell's.
I Blvniver Las a larsc lot of Iron Swivel
playVulU-vsat 00 rents t seli. Call soon,
:it the lturtlware store.
T Caned fruit lv tlie half down or dozen or
vl'ull ease at C. F'Klioads A; Uro.'s to suit
' Tun Live On terry i a train tip tin; wants
Jofllieir ati-Uiimr : a full line til t lmi firo-ioii.-s,
liest lranl of tolmrrounil fitars in
tu-uT foi:ilitv of sii!rars bv lb. cwt.. or
fV:irrell chean lor cash at the The Live tJnt-
(trv in the Imsi-inrnt of the residence of YV.
Z Vr. t 1" j iiunii ,-, iiiui
1 'lnvrs nH-k ties, jipor and linen xl;irs
f.bs. 15. Tredwell s.
The Messrs. Hellley IJros. have purchas
d the old Ankenv cvrner from Win. J.
I Daer and have commenced work on a new
it wo storv brick building.
Cheap Sam's cooling
rents ; Iiull'um's Soda
AVaters. Shuflcr's spruce U-er, lemonade,
I'ine apple, oranges, Ac,
SiMl lX SlIAFFKU.
i Ai l who have used the Thrashing Ma-
liim manufactured at the Somerset Foun
ilrv s)K-ak in the highest terms of the man
Jic'rin w hich they do Iheir work. Every
In.u hine i fully warranted. N nl in your
J Constantly on hand at the Family !ro
i i rv A: Feed store of Cook and Heerits on
"Maine Cross Street, Hour, oats, rn, mill
J".-ed, ttrand, liaron, salt, llsh, lard, vinegar-
"yruis, sugar, coll'ee, canned fruit h, toiwc,
f , cigars, ' Ac, Ac,
4 4 Vnituo Su'il.tikl. will I.,, nu.n,l nt
ujimf., nn V.,n,l .i- n.im.rf .tt.' i. :
r . w .
C'luiiuue icn witks. i union, 5.. ,u io ifu.
itiKnl lioiirdintr c?
Iile r.ites. For
CMit lie olitiiinetl at reason -
further information ti.l
I. .1. Mii.i.r.it.
Owing to a press of other work, the cn
i riiiisinc v-otiii" firm of K. G. Kkim fc
1 11. have lx-i'n able to man 11 fact 11 re lmt a !
limited iitimlKT of their celebrated thrash-I
I,, .,,.,1 l,..rco Tl.. i.l.i.i.r ...
liivVill do well to -ail or send in their'or-.
1 is viNlll.
A XoitMAi. and model Fcliool for the re-
1 ptnw if teachers and others, will lie
.t netl at New Centrevillc August .Ith. to
foiiliiiue ten weeks. AVe throw ix-ji wide
jjihe doors, inviting all of normal aire In
'fume. Tuition, from $2 to $C.
I I). YV. Vii.i rrinciiwl.
Cavti.ix, Evcrv rimiiio lo. ofj
Ir. McLAN'E'S 'LIVER l'lLI.s!
I....1T tli'i &:ifrnotiie,i ..f VI VflVf2
.i ii-',; .1 1. 1,. '..'i'
f . ' 1 . 1 . ' l"Vr 1
irivate I Iiltcu s-tatt'S Mailit). 'lake
1 other. "The lliurket is fill of imi- ;
stoystowx aoruai. Schooi.. The!
ornud School at Stovstow n w ill oik-ii on
J!"iiilay, August ."ith, and continue in s-s-Si"H
ten weeks. Tuition from 4 to
I' ntntry 1
. :i.lily f
ltoarding ctin lie had in town or
at reasonable rates. Students w ill
see the imiiortHnce ol m-ing in at-
,i nduiicc as early in the session as jtossiblc.
I ltF.D. tiKOF, 1 cachcr.
sV-n.H,, This !
I Sni.isnrnv X111111 11.
f li..l will U- oM-ned on Monday, July j
2'Mh. is.' niul continue 111
w-ssion ten 1
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Tr.. nr,uieiy no impiis u me on
'iiy grade admitted. Good lioardiiig at '..
Tuition $5 and ?5.
A. Smith, j
FAMn.YOiuKKUT.-CVsik and Bierits of,
,e F-d Store, have oji md out in the new
uildintron Huirns- comer on Maine Cr.s .
Ftre.-t, also .-e.ipied by II. C. Ueerits- sh.w
re. In addition to flour grain and mill !
nl. they have, a full assortment of gro- j
ries. provisions, toliaccos io., fresh from '
io city, at reasonable prices.
ill and see for yourselves.
f The Somerset
oAi..-Thosc iu want of oal for any ,1,s ase l!is ,.'-ome hc P"rof the
,r,sc. steam -peneratins. lime burning : KV1S,,1"U to r'.,s .lin " ",r ,s w'k n-
i-..-ran c supplied at Alex Stutman s . ulu 'iPle ls "'P"rt:inL lor dys
rinerlv the John Xcffl bank, south-east '''' f I'vcr, stoma, h.
this lU.rougli. Mr. Davis, a practical h.k,n kl'liu'.vs- !' that U gin in vt-
;i.. rfroi...l..l,nvt,in .1. tl. l.ri.i n.,
it, and the tdulform is now filled with
'dutiful lump and pood rough etml. No
uk duir clean. Leave vour onlers nl
Xoi'Mtt. School. I will otn-n a Nor-
Sehool at Herlin on Monday, July
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lution of tiiichers and others w ho may i
i. , ,,.,i ..:.i : . ...in i" i
. tiiii ini. imiui ui i-iii ii ,ii m i lie i
nl to tiie normal sttiilii-s.
i ton ;
s be made for teaching
1. l.;.rl...r !
111.. ill II. r ,
a,-.,,. 'c. f. ...i i
fardiii''can U- had at very reasonable
Jno. Km iiakki:.
Jt The Dale City N.
or. m At. Srit.Mii. w ill
Mime in i
i 'f 11 i tii ii
I ;.nk1 i
O3-11 on Monday. August r.th. and will con
M-w-loll ten weeks. ;
n from $: to ifii.
boarding can lie had at reasonable
f No laljor or fiins w ill 1 siar-d to make
'. si hiail a success, and in every T-spcct
inliy of the ilouri-diing town" of Dale
S.!y. " Special attention will lie laid to the
ham hes in which teachers are reuuired to
e examined. Students are requested to
i jirescnt at the opening of the session if
. -iMe. C. A. SN Y DEIf,
Iit. Him. li:ts pallion-d in a l:tr?n fjtian-;
Hv if wool for llonran's f:u:-torv oii.l i
i ll liiisy mukinir liin Rfvm.l roum
riii'Uirli lie intiv lip Home time rei liinir
llie fit' lot tf-lif,.m..rtt ull ,.a ,1,.,u....t .... '
t visited". He f-.trri.-s a lull Kupply of
' "l. n irn.sln of all kin.ls. "Tlie lu st is
lii-aiK-st" IJtiv t'.ssls that von know
1 Is-n lialdi' I Ir.ti.ra !. i.'l ll. ...
r-itn. Stanton's Stills Pn will
f '"tj.tlv fillf.1.
i nd lV:u li. ti ii.ni :.i...n h. .......
cents: White Wheat (lour, f 1J ; Ar
k Hi.U-9 HousKM oillee. :M cents ; tJn en
:lee. 25 cents. fotr.e Stt":ir 15e tx r
and. Ev-vtliini: else at ulauit the same
B'cs. at the ('hoan t.r.rr " r.r
SAMUEL S. SHAFFER.
' his old stand oiMwite the Ram.-t House,
iiAi.Ktlie jieojue cannot take C
r Oil from its terrible iiMn,.,.i;., 4..... !
, ... -"mi. ii lorie, ;
i recoil in i .P throtit Tin.
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V :Z ;r'M'ur 'y veP,.ta-:i.f,
' 1111 ire cniv-tivo ttiun r.ci,.r ;i
im,lii,....:.. i.... t . .." '
'. ni VndX'nTi . ue ;ri,n,ivill'. untr. infonning
LavwX? f t erre,ne.1iiM.I11 tllHl , J( of hx ,'nlndrpJ ,
siL;!iH, te tueathedtothem
tP and WV' 7nuiBT,i b;.;'
"nls. Mornhine i,..i til 1
uuietine em-ct rr. e r;..l
l t..i.. . . . .. . . ' 1
s 1 U-.tLinu. V.;i i". ' x-1 fit"
. . nnicie iuis
r jnetsut h unqualified endorsement by
-: i ukc no more Uitter I'ills,
f ketiitifc- Jils The V'lZ.J. . . 1
bitii mo.i .i '. .. -"iria tiisis uut .It
v ir i iiim i.riikinrp i : i
Iwitu,,. nca you will never
" . .. .
j YaI k down Mt.in t nes sirr.'l iiuiu ynu
...,.. to -Tho ciil i" tue window." and
r. ... . .i ,.1;tii,1... ...
then Melt into Jlrs. ir.-uv.iiisiuiuin.iy.
I notion and fancy pods store.
I u't are triad tolearn that 3les.srs. SeliMrk
1 n ml Knrppcr have taken an agency for the
.Yews, lor many oi rar riu.ens mc ihmji
la livrlv interest in that paper, nn.l dmilit-
! less quite an niuiii r of copies t an I' tus-
pin il ol it iiiv ut tins place.
Wk are pleased to learn that 11. J. Ten
rod, formerly of this county, and for the
pnt hcven or eight Years attached to the
sijriml iitriw of the l'. S. Army, and at
urefa-nt stntioniil nt RMllimore. has rradu-
aled w ith distinction at one of the best
medical schools in that citv.
I w tt.i, sell flour at f 10 per barrel; corn
meal and chop feed f3 50 cr Iinndreo;
bran at f 1 "0 pi r hundred, and all other
mill trlucc at low rates.
E. D. SlIAFKR,
A sF.l.i:oTsih(Kl w ill lie oiH'ned at Fried
ensliurph August the 0th, to continue in
session ten weeks. Boardine can be ob
tained at a reasonable price. Tuition from
f:j to ". For further information apply
tO W. M. Sl'ANOI.KR,
Ik we are to
have a fair we do not sec
w hy some action is not taken in the mat
ter bv the committee w ho have it in chanre.
We think that there w ill lie no trouble iu ttlK, f;llal inusiim of his )ife i,is ,ioatll op"
seclirins comfortable quarters in tWll:,.,lr,,ai ,I,.,I1 ctirvni;,, volnnlurilir
w bile the fair is in ojvmlion.
The Lutheran roiiirregation have sold
the lower part of their lot fronting on la
triot street to Mrs. Isaac Ankeney for one
thousand dollars. This w ill lie a great im
provement in that quarter.
The time table has again licen changed
on the ConncHsvillc H. H. It will now
take insscngrrs from ten o'clock in the
morning until six iu the evening to reach
Comvimox. There w ill lie preaching
in the .MetlitMiist t nun li in tins place on
Saturdav rveninir. August 'M, and on Sun-
dav morning following at half past ten debility, liver complaint, jtcnodical fevers,
i o'clock, at which time the sacrament of the' rheumatism and constitutional weakness,
j Lord's supper w ill 1 administered. The ! The unpretending name given to the sjte
! public is respectfully invited to attend. ! ific was Plantation Hitlers. The state-
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Vol.. 1, No. 1 of the Mountain Vvife,
an indeK'ndent daily piqier published by
John 15. Campbell A- Uro., of Johnstown,
has just licen received. Its appearance is
very neat, and from the initial numlier we
think it w ill le a very lively and readable
paH'r. That it may In' a success is the
wish of vour humble servant.
Some six or eight mouths ago the Conn-1
tv ( oinliiiSNinncrs limit l:ir,rp jnnl cut,.
:s'tantial bridge at Mineral Point. Since I
' that time not a single vehicle or K-delrian j
j has licen able to cross the bridge, owing to i
j the fart that the township supervisors have
neglected to fill the approaches to the
bridge. It is now high lime that this work
j was done. '
i Mil. Geo. Chaki.es. one of the editors
Mini lT.inrictors of that st ii riii" sheet, i lie
iCuniU-rlund JVVtm, was in mr town last '
Week, and while here nuid us a visit. In !
i.i ..i - .... , .'.
( the -Y -of the 23th apiMarcd an interest
ins letter, written 110 doubt hv one of the
! editors, speaUii: in rl.iwitid tcnus of the
I rnteriirim anil eiicrrv ivliiliitetl In- tlie eit-
izens of Somerset, pivinj also a descrip
tive of the trrettt niiiount of work done
since the tire.
f' "'M IT MAY ( O.NCFKX. Ill COllSC
Wvm ,,f -r. V tbe late fire and the
exiiense of rebuilding mid relittintra store i
I room, Mrs. Jas. 1$. Tredwcll is compelled j the drafting apartments are constnictcd so
j to ak all those w ho have ln-cn indebted to as to rise or fall by slides and w heels w ith
! her over thirty days lo make immediate j i". and the to is can also lie set to any in
I payment. In order to furnish her custom- j clination whatever, by turnintr a Crank at
ers w ith itmh1s at the vcrv lowest prices ! the end of the table any height or inclina-
thev could tie sold, she lias paid cash for
a!l her bills in the cast, and tokei-p up her '
business on the same principle she must '
aK lliose who liave accounts on her lxniks 1
to settle them at once. i
Two youths from the southern part ol i
Two youths from the southern part ol ;
the county were made the innocent victims ;
of one of the showmen, that veritable chat) '
that loafs around tlie side show and ulavs '
three card monte. The vniinir irnil,.n'.n 1
lsc.ime so infatuated that they Tost all their
money aip'. their watches into the bar-rain.
I hcv attempted 011 Sunday morinm' to 1
have. Mr. show man arrested and lsiund :
over for his apix-arunce at court, but the 1
Sheriff knowing that he had not the au-
thority to make the arrest 011 Sunday, the ,
light fingered gentlemun was given an op-;
iMirtunitv to get out of the county by 12
o clock tit night,
good his cschic.
liejMirt stiys he mado 1
1 ! - ;
Ax ai:fj l:idv. mvs the IWlrstown '
! Hioer.it. of fourstori- years, died rec nt 1
!y. lo n in AVhilemarsh. After her death.
CimTol ninlnitnn., SC.OO in,r,.f.l fin nn,.v
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ot L'reenbacks was found fixed tin iu the
Ixtidine. On acomnt of these discoveries
of money an examination was then made
f the garret, and there f o.riOO in gold and
stiver coin was louiui. 1 lus was (pute a
1,'"r Fl,m.,to ,1:,e "'""J1 h""M A
ll"n of (-",n ,,!1, "'l,ll':ss ,, "
,lK'r, years mt proUd.lv from the
tnM-nfiii-nt ot the war ami longer.
It is a mark of the unsiicccs.-.ful man,
that he invariably lin ks his stable iloor
w hen the horse hnslwn stolen. This sort
of wixloin never thinksaUiui Ualilv health
until it is pone. l!ut jnst as much as any
nauii ouaKi. oo not w ail titilil tlietroul.Ie
is i.iifiniiel. but attack it by a timely use
of" Dr. Walker's California" Vinegar Hit
ters. Thk LmiT Itrxxrxo Pom kstic Sew- I
inc. Machine. The easiest lo sell the
lightest to run, lias no cams or co"s, makes I
no noise, an moveanie larts m:ule ol inrd- !
T1 ",ow w " examine it buy no i
i . ...
oilier Kin.l. I
n' very nirm anil timet it runs
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1111 or! expression vou . Ill make on sec- i
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mil l IMS woii'ieruu maeliine. lint lilt e
!skUI is reuirod to nm :!nd how heauti !
! ful and t:rfctl the work.
The most extravagant tmiise irives vou
but the faintest idea of its merits. See'ins
tive circular, to It. W. Siciulman A- ("..
(w - m - rnl A .'. i.lc n "il ivil. mi...f I:,.c
bttr"h. - -
.n "evc 'l 'nR not i'i'u definitely de-
tennined " where the pins all go to," lmt
'1'iestion quite as interesting is looming
ul""i thesocial horizon, andlhatis. "where
ll" 1m" l'",'s all come from'' There are
.'XI'r,!, wl", atch the persistent nuisances
''" a dextrous turn of the w rist; !
U'l't'i on pins, v igorous I
" l' iT(;ilessly w,lh dus-!
ters; thousands lose their lives in milk
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KI IS l...;e .t....tl. I... 1 . ,
I their .letith l.y ln-sim-aml ikts, tumlikrs I
"Pjwiil. a treadierous hole therein, and m i
. . . - - . ." nic OVIUUI U H I 'I
htillilred other fatal devices of men ml
women, nn.l yet the foree fa-eiiis tinilimin
ihed. Who shall tell w heni-c thev come?
Mixkkai. Deiwits. Thotijih iron has
lieen tluj: out of our hills here lor fortv
t years, yet the quantity of ore is not sensl
, lily .limiiiisli. d, and as Imtni h railroads
, extend out laterally, new, rich and varied
1 detaisits of niin.Tifs are found. Tlie S0111-
: ersel Ihiilmad will ok ii up many miles of
1 area ln. li aiiound with iron, cocl and
! liinlone. Every ton if this will add to
; the material wealth of the ilacc, because
! it must come through certain nianijiula
; tions here which will increase its value,
and when wild, the money realized from
11s sale is disiriiititcil anion p our citizens.
: lleiu-e, the wVK here should by all means
; encourage the construction of branch rail-1
roadsinevery direction. Jvhnttotcn Voire.
- - Al.l.tA.tT UOl NTT J AMILT IV
K.l.t,ers from at.ornevs in New
j York have been received by "the heirs of : I
" .-ai.iuei luiiey, resutins near
Zi - . .VVte The
llw.. ,u4"y cotisisi oi two sons
years n ape, ana tlie vou n cent
' "orte.n. The
two elder are Imvs
sni llw !..,-
olhers girls: none of tliein
Thev live In a ml tin iin ai
little farm in Urantsville. .lisfr-t ami
VV l,uun I0. quite an humble con
.In urn. Should thev
. - i
preat fortune it wfil make. n T
change in their future life. eu:
1 1 . TV. 1 vr,..
an m r.i m a ih. i ne mij:c iii-w-
j fouinlland ioc, 1n'loii!?in!toMr. F. N'aiitili
!,ir,lliri,.iArri Ii ,l.. ll.oic. " ol Ih.
City, l'a., yesterday altaekd a little girl,
n:ed nltout I-iirlit rars, a daughter of Mr.
AVelshons, of that !nee, and severely
Lit the child in the back.
he bark, lortunHUiy,
ly the assistance of Mr. r . 31. Ullntt and
another pcutleinau who happened tn hc
nrnr liv w hen the do attacked the child,
the lir'ute w as draw n off before the child
was more seriously hurt. Her injuries
were dressed by Dr.'ll. C. McKinley. Mr.
Nauple was extremely sorry altout the oc
currence, and although the dog has been a
great favorite and highly prized, he olltr
rd to have him killed. The doc is well
known in Dale City, and heretofore has
! 'ern thought iKrtectly liarniless, particu-
larly with children, the little ones daily
' plavins; with him. The attack upon this
little cirl was wholly unprovoked and un
accountable. Daily JVYv.
A resident of this county who was
the jxtssessor of a conitetency sufllcient to
support himself and family during their
natural lives became possessed of the idea
that they were all rominjr to want and
would die of starvation. This hallucina
tion took such firm hold upon his mind
that no persuasion on the part of his friends
was simicicnt to divest yum ot it. iay
after day it prew stronger for years. His
greatest anxiety seemed to lie for his foiu-
ilt- nnt iintiltv lio ilj.tf.rniimut in nrili'r to
i ' ,u, i. .i,i i ,.n,.,i cmrm
himself. This he carried into execution
! uiiil L,"iiiif m lii'litn tn tlii nil iitMiirlitnfv
and persistently iniosed uixtn himself.
For several days he refused all sustenance
and although efforts were made to force
food into his mouth his strength commenc
ed to decline and sn after he died in a
starving condition. His dying words a
few minutes Itefore his death wrre, "I
knew I would starve." York True JJriH
The HisTonvop a National Kemkuy.
Here is the history of the most celebrat
ed tonic of the age in a nutshell. In 1800
it w as announced that a certain combina
tion of vegetable ingredients, with a pure
jUI""s'esiimui.iiii, was huimhj; umnis
in the cure of chronic dyspepsia, nervous
mem auraciiii iuc nneiiiion u iiihiius
everywhere. The new remedy received
a lair trial, and tlie results more than con
firmed nil that had been said in its praise.
Thenceforward it w as a grand success.
The business columns of the press spread
the glorious news far and wide, mid the
1 martyrs to indigestion, biliousness, phys
j ieal prosWation, and premature durnv, as
if by common consent, sought relief from
' the new vegetable restorative. They found
j w hat they sought. From that lime to the
I present "the increase in the demand for
I Plantation Hitters has liecn one of the
most striking events in this age.
One of the neatest buildings in WesU-rn
i Pennsylvania is the new otlice put up by
i the Cambria Iron Company, ltetweca the
rolling mill and the Coneniaugh river.
; The building is of brick, and is alwmt fifty
I feet long and thirty feet wide. It is built
entirely of fire proof material, the first
1'nKtr Im-'ui tile, tho second and third floors
' irr-l,a fit liri.'L- l;ii,l luituenn irnn riuls
that run across the building, and the roof
lH'inir tif slate. There is a round lower at
the northeast corner which contains wind
in"; iron stairs. The building is construct
ed on the most approved pattern of mixlern
edifices (deep rHf, corniced corners and
eaves, and stylish windows. The furni
ture within is also all of the Coiiiany's
own manufacture, and is all that fancy or
convenience could desire. The tables in
tion desired can lie obtained.
litre is amply supplied w ith drawers, and
is sujterbly grained. Johntvrn Yoict.
Sunday morning July 21st, 1S72,
Hon. Koliert Darragh, of Rridgewater,
Heaver county, l'a., bri-.ithed his last.
Few purer and ltetter men that Mr. Dar-
rush were to lie found on earth. He was
ms; nnlv nn nctive livintr man. but a true
Irish pentleman and faithful Christian.
Intelligent in the affairs of life, scarcely
anv tuty was overlooked, ami almost to
the last hour were his mental as well as his
physical powers exerted to produce some
good result. Mr. Darrngh was ltorn in
Darraghstown, county Fermaugh, Ireland,
on the 2:M of February, 177d, and was
consequently in his 07th vcar. Heretain-
d his mental and physical powers to the
last in a remarkable degree. He came to
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lliL L lllllTI nuu, n III 11 a. "UII iiiiiii (i,
M" 'n Mvcrmmv . wnerc lie resiueu
,he M ,;f ''i", ',elb- honori'd ?nd re'
j 1,1 All. r,mi .iv. , -
resentl the IJeaver and Mercer Senatorial
district in the State Senate with great ac-
t..i:,:,ii., i. ..vi.i
itersonally he was an honest man. Peace
to his ahe. Com.
Drinors Diskases. For years, we
might almost say for centuries, consump
tion has. licen classed among the diseases
of doubtful curq, consequently, jieople
w hen they have supposed it to exist, have
aUindoned all hope of staying its progress,
and have allowed its victims to sutler on
until death gathers them into its vortex.
Not so now. Dr. Keyser, with Dr. Key
sets Lung Cure, has established the truth,
that consumption, like any other disease,
has its remedy. Not one or two siH.radic
cases, that iterliaits would have recovered
under the liana ot nature alone, lmt tloz-
ens and scores of unhealthy jieople have
licen rescued from the grasp ol this fell
destroyer of the human family, and live to
bless "Dr. Keyser's Lung Cure to their
latest breath. So much is this the case that
there is hardly a family on w hose mantel
piece may not lie seen the Ininous itottle
U'sring this inscription: "Dr. Keyser's
Lung Cure, or Pulmonary ltestorative," a
name significant enough, and Itefore the
contents of which incipient pulmonary
malailics vanish, like noxious mists itciorx-
nc morning sun. lr. ivcyscr s iuw
it. ;.,1.1. -t- i; . I. -
v ..re is a iieai.. gn i ng euxir, w men noiic
w no ever usi'.i iiran.ieem oi uuinous VHiue.
It can lie had at the Doctor's Great Medi-
u.. . im i :i. . ... t T:.. v i.
' ",r ", mi ..univ riren, rniMiiupii,
, f A I"..--? 1- I'-.
I" isuue, mr i. or. neiw i s
private consulting oflice in the rear of his
! store, from 10 a. m. to ii r. m.
Master William Staxtox, aladaltout
nine years of age. w hose parents reside in
Wharton township, was bitten lty a rattle
snake, and made a most miraculous escaie
from death. He was out in the field, but
I a short distance from home, and when
! crossing a fence the tscnx'il' struck him as
! he lenjied to the ground, and his I.I.mhI Ite
I ing heat eil, the toison moved with such
: celerity, that in five minutes after the liite
he w as totally Mind, and in ten minutes
thereafter he legan to vomit and purge
i,1ik1 Innnediarely t!
swell and turning lilac
or djr,lt vmn fro
the loot Ik-can to
k, burst ed oiten in
m which the blood
isly. The blood seem
ed to stagnate throughout his whole sys-
,p,1 antl w ,,lc kxs vit liis lKaly.
1111" lXHHlIlllf.1 H
cIftSms8,.t In ,.fter
. "V i.ii
n, r . - . ; 1
lor a iVw hours when
our? of which he seem-
he friends closed his eves
and arranged his limits preimratory to lay
ing out the IkmIv; lmt liefore this pr.icess
was completed "they discovered sign of
life and sent for a doctor. The next day
Dr. lJoyd was sumnioned and visited the
I nit icn t. lie fiiu lid him pulselen at the
wrHim.l swellinu and blackness cxtend
iiiI nearly to the laidy on the affected limb
and the blood still dripping from his f.ajt,
wliili-t voniitinprntttintKil at every attempt
to rais.; liis head. The Doctor succeeded
in am-stin"; the course of the gantrrene,
and we learn that the reitient is convales
cent, and with the aid of crutches, is po
ingaliout. 1'niohtown Xi.indurd.
On the morning of the 24th int.t while
.T'VT .ww? C1 fc:1,,'r? ttmU-rBir
thS 1 &,"' C- V & ConiPnv, a iwrtion
" " ,'. ""P
lonjrfng to saul company, - killing them in-
I'rsina is ci ltin ' a railroad denot nt lnt
have not seen the speilicatioiis lir the
buililine, but am informed that it is all to
I jti.lirc from the amount of drift wood
which limited down Iaurelhill creek dur
ing the late lreslict that our "log disiatch
er" had licen very attentive lo his busi
ness. The Republicans seem to lie quite jubi
lant over the present iolitical irosiiect-
They claim that they have two candidates
in the field while the Democrats have
"nary one." Some of our citizens, when
asked why they hurrah for Ureclev, reply
"because" lie needs it." Quite self sacri
ficing, nin't they?
TnE Orand Forest City Circus was the
means of attracting large crowds of peo
ple to this place. The canvass, though
not large, was well tilled, some seven or
eight hundred people were in attendance.
The showman were greatly delighted, ow
ing to the fort that Sherill'Shaller held an
execution in his hands against the mana
gers for a little over three hundred dollars,
but the large attendance enabled theui to
cancel the debt and go on their way re
joicing. Jtanrr Item.
The weather for the last' two weeks has
been somewhat unfavorable to our farmers
' Vlluckell terries" arc coming into market
freely. It is said the crop of small berries
of all kinds is quite good thisyear.
II. Sipe&fSon, the parties w ho recently
erected the 'steam saw mill a few miles
north of town, finding that the engine in
use -was not large enough to push their
business, have sold it and purchased a new
and larger one, which w ill lie in operation
by the tirst of next nionlh.
Joseph Cole, a laboring hnnd in the em
ploy of Wm C. Griffith, on the mill, came
very near losing his hand a few days ago
by carelessly handling a circular saw.
Charles Griffith, formerly of this place,
now with JohaT. Kinney, druggist, Johns
town, spent a few days with his friends
here last week.
The caricature of the "the dratli lied
marriage" in ILirpcr' Weekly of 2th
inst., was consideriMl by some persons
hereabouts as a Nast y picture.
The merits and demerits of our re.sjtcc
tive candidates lbr the Presidency are lie
ing "talked up" nightly in our town. As
a matter of courso the "UaleuaJTanner"
and "Nat ick Cobbler" have hosts of friends
here and they exteet to make it "red hot"
for the friends of the "Chaprauqua Sage"
in Jenner township this fall.
Dr. J. Covodc has ltern aWnt in the
west for three weeks on business and
The "Great Western Mail Line," who
we thought from indications for the last
two weeks had "hung their harp on a w il
low," have very happily surprised us by
putting in a regular daily npiearance
again. ith "bran new . stock on the
road we may expect it as a fixed fact for
the next four years, no intervening provi
dence to prevent
UitsiXA, Pa., July 20.
lkitr Herald: I notice that a corre
spondent of the Somerset lkiiiut.rat in giv
ing a graphic description of the town of
I'rsina, its surrounding prospects, Ac., de
scribes it as being situated 011 the lanks of
the Cassclman river. If that individual
upon ins next visit to lr:iia will pay a
little attention to the geography of the
country, he will find that the P."& V. It.
It. follows the Cassclman river until it
comes to a dividing ridgn called "Hog
Hack," which separates Kiid river from
"Laiirclhill creek." L'lmn arriving at the
aforesaid ridge he will learn that the rail
road passes from the lmnks of the Casscl
man river to those of Laurclhill creek by
means of an extensive " hole in the
ground" more commonly known as Brooks
tunnel. Alter oltscrving all tins, of the
beautiful and picturesque, he will find that
the town of I'rsina is situated upon the
"placid waters" of Laurclhill creek.
I was very much pleased w ith the letter
of said correspondent; yet I beg of him
not to locate our town upon the turbulent
waters of the Cassclman river, as my
mother always told me not to go near the
water until I knew how to swim.
Dtor Editor: I don't see Stanton's
town spoken of in your itaper. This lcau-
tiful town is situated on the banks of
Quemahoning creek, and consists of about
fourteen dwelling houses, seventy-five in
habitants, one grist mill, one saw mill, one
dry goods store, one shook shop, one plan
ing mill and sash factory, carried on by
J. H. Staid on an extensive scale. It is "a
great help to this community in furnishing
building material. Fears are entertained
that the shops will soon stop, as Mr. S.
has not lteen well since the Cincinnati con
vention, and last week he took a back set,
as did many others of the same political
This place was quite a scene of excite
ment last week one .lay. occasioned by the
rumor that the Hon." delegate of Somer
set would puss through thU place on his
way home from the Baltimore convention.
Accordingly all the Democrats gathered
together aliotit ten o'clock tosee and to ask
the Hon. gentleman nltout the convention.
But what disappointmentsthis world hath?
About a quarter past eleven the U. S. hack
made its appearance, liearing the Hon.
head of the party, hut it passed through
this place and never stopjied. The dele
gate was seated in a reclining position, ap
parently asleep, regaTH'ss of any Demo
crats in this town; byy his side a monster
wheel-barrow; they itmKpned they saw
on the side boards "of this push-buggy the
follow ing inscription: "Transiiortation for
all sott-headed Democrats over to Horace
Greeley free of charge." At this moment
they all disappeared and went to their hid
ing place?, from whence they returned in
a few days to discuss matter". It was then
the following was heard: "Must wc vote
for H. Greeley?" "Sosay ourparty leaders,
and they surely ought to know." "I have
come to the conclusion they can make us
do just what they please." "SupjKise we let
the party go to the d 1 and vote for U. S.
Grant" "No, we must stick to our party
as long as there is any rib left.'' "But they
keep us. swallowing so long and so many
things; why. we had to swallow the eman
cipation proclamation, the fourteenth and
fifteenth amendments, the lies the Kepub
licans heaped on us, for there was a little
truth mixed w ith them, and last but not
least, we have to swallow H. Greely, after
he has swallowed JefT Davis and the whole
confederacy. This is going to make a
mighty big swallow, and it smells so ni--gerish;
but we have a longtime to take this
dose Itetween this and Novcnilicr and
we'll take it if it kills lis politically."
H(H). At the resklenee of his iaren!s,
in Tipton, Iowa, Saturday July 13th, of
typhoid fever, Mr. Charles lloon, a-rcd
TEDROW. On July 15th. nt C'enlreviile,
-Mrs. .Mary ledrow. wile of John Ted
row, deceased, ajred 79 years, 5 months
and 28 days.
IIILEMAX. In Addison township, tin
Thursday evening, Mrs. Nancy llileman,
widow of Henry llileman, deceased, in
the With year of her age.
PlTTSBt'BOH, July 29th, ISTi
ArrLfs. Keceipts increasing; we now quote at
tl UKii rt So bushel.
BrTTBB Sales elude solid packed at 17 19c.
Chkksk In fair supply with a stcn.lv demand:
Hairy Mine ami ( ililo ( fcwhen lnii lie.
Eiios Sales of fresh at 156iltic.
Fkatbjciis No. 1 In demand at from 73 to Tic ,1 1..
Flocb Market dull, with prices unchanged: t7 71
hH for sprinjr wheat; ft 7&j4 !sl lor white
n in her.
Uhaim Wheat fl 7M(1 NO for nil; 1 hi for white.
Corn Is in fair demand sales of ear at Doe:
shelled 6otfI0 l bushel. Kvc inav he fairly
quoted al 7jftS0c ft hu. Hurley S04i'ie.
H.v Market is quiet, with sales at lnm 424K?iC0
Corrected weekly by A. J. Caskkkeb h Co.
Apples, dried. ....
Aileliutter. V Cal
Buckwheat. V bushel..
Bacon, rhouMcrs, f ft..
M sides, ..
" hams, " ..
rum. V bushel
Corn meal ft
fair skins. V ft
f irits, V doi
F lour. V dl
Flaxseed fi bu., (U I.).
...fi 0jl3 00
lni, ft m
Leather, rati sole, t 1...
" npicr k.
Oats. V mi
Potatoes, w ba
Heachea. dried, ft....
Halts. V ft
Salt, No. L W bid
" 4) bu
Suirar, vellow fl ft
" white " ......
Tallow, ft ft
Whet. ft Im
A ppolntod anditnr by theOrihana' V art of Som
erset eounty, to make distrihutim of tlie fund in
the hands of Simon Snyder. Adm'r of Catharine
Finos dee'd, to and amona- those legally entitled
thereto, I will attend to the duties of my appoint
ment at the office of W. 11. Koontx. F-i., on Tues
day the aoth day of August, a. d. lTi
W. H. POSTLETHWAITE,
July 31. Auditor.
Nric Ath'erfi'U mriili.
jy i 1 to n s n otic 1:.
Al 11 Oiurt rif (oininn Pleupof inicrwtntunlr,
held In Smm rw-t tlie IJth day of July M7J, llw uii-ilnrnlimi-,1
wrre tlntxl nu.HUim Iu lakr trrtiiao
ry. rurt tlie fiiot nl an olnlD tin all malit-i-
in illffiuto in Ilic matter of tit arcunnt if l-jniMiii t
.1. Meyer ami John L. Anawall, awlitnera of
Chiirlo Stiwr, and to mnko a iltKtrllrull. p f tlie
4Cnm), with tlie lnterc;t thereon, to ami anions
ilxwe lexally cnlitlisl tlivretu:
All t n"nm Inlereslwl am lien-liy notlfieil that
we will attrnil to the ilutleii of aalil uiN.lntmenl nt
t lie Town Hull in Sumerwi. Pa., on Alimilay the lui h
day ut Aucn.it l7i at luVI.-k, a. m. ot l.l dny.
SAM 1. HAITHtK,
V. .1. KMtHKK,
July 31. Auditor.
A. J. Collxirn
Caroline Rock and the widow
and heirs of t'urifliiin Lan.
1 No, 1 Feliriiitry
din, dooeased. )
To A. J. ('HillMirn, Tjui., CanilhM lick, and the
widow and helm of t lirWian Lam In, dereascd :
Takk Notice that an inquext will lie held on the
lirrniiKcn, in the township of tlkllck. in the county
of Somerset, on Thurnday the 5th day of Septein.
Ier ISTi for Hie piirpooe of makiOK partition of the
lollowinir real exlate to and amoiitr tho aliove n.i
uied jirlieo, vli: a tract of land (ontainlnir 43
H'-rrn, rituate in Klklirk township, warrantcsl in
the name of Kalih i'hary, if the name can be done
without prejudice to or SHiilina; the whole; other
wise to value and appraise the aiune according to
lawtat which time and place you are requested to
at lend if you think proper.
sut July 1872. Sheriff.
A. J. tJolhoro
Kculien Kret. liin.in. Manas-
No. 2 Feliruarv
Term lS7i '
ses Kreteliman, ami tho wid
ow and heirs of Christian
To A. J. tlolborn. KeoWn Krelehnuii. Mana.- s
Kretehinnn. and the widow and heirs of Christian
IrfiiMli. di'eeaseil: - -
Take Notk-k that an inquest will ho held on the
preiiiuus. In the townslilpi.f Klklkk, in the county
of Somerset, nn Thumlay the Wh day of Se(item
ler, IHTi, for the purKseof ninktnir piirt it Inn of t he
fdlowinir real estate to and ainontr tlie ntxive mint
ed tuirtics, vis: a tract of land containing iao'1
acres, situate In Klkih-k township, warranted in
the name of Thomas Chary, If the same can be
dona without prejudice tr ssillinic the whole:
otherwise tnjvnlue and nplralsc thesaineaeeordiiiK
to law. at which time and pl
you think proper.
laee you may attend if
Slierilfstitflee. JOSIAH SIIAFER.
Somerset, 31st July 2 Sheriff.
ULE to ACCEPT or REFUSE.
lo Hannah, intermarried with Michael Sheets, re-
siiitnprat lnaiton, Lawrence county, Ohio, rJ17.11.
Iwth, Intermarried with Kdward Ninonsr. resi
ding in Preston county. West Virginia. Marga
ret, intermarried with Alex. VairnT. t)mrine,
intermarried with Smith, and Sarah Ik-haven,
the last three heirs resid-tig at Ironton, Law
rence eounty, Ohio;
Yor arc "hereby notified to appear at an Or
phans1 Court to lie held at Somerset, on Monday
t he Ut h day of Sepleinlier next, to accent or refuse
the real estate of Jacob Iiebaven ilee'd at the ai
praixed price, or show cause why the same should
not lie sold.
Sheriffs Office, i JOSIAII SHAFKR. .
Somerset, July 31, '72 J Sheriff.
E to ACCEPT or KEFUSE
'lo Cyrus lilmslcr, Susan llash, II. L. Rinuler.
Kliia Itin-i.T. 11. II. Kinkier. John Uinid.T,
Amanda, intennarried with Win. Hull, Ueore
liinvlcr, and Mary Klifnlth Kliinler:
Ync are hereby notified to a.ir at an ttr
plian's fourt, to lelicld at Somerset on Mondav the
VI h day of Scptemliernext. Uiaeeeia iht refuse the
real estate ot tleonre Himcler dee'd at the apprais
ed price, or show cause why the aame should uot lie
Slierlirs Olliee. JOSIAII SHAFKlt.
Somerset, July 31, Ti ( Sheriff.
UDIT'Oll'S NOTICE .
liuvinir lieon npiiolnted by the Orphans' Court i f
Somerset county, auditor to examiuc tho caCc.-
iions. suite an account, u necessary, ami make anil
report adlstributlon of the funds in the hands of'
the executors of Jacob Iln-niier dee'd, to and i
ani-mir those leir:illr entitled thereto, I will attend j
To the mules oi sain apitfiimmem, al my otnee In
Somerset P on Friday the 19th day of Auinist
lsTi at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at whk h lime
and place all persons interested arc lieroliv notiaed
to attend. SAM'L UA1THF.U.
July 'A. Auditor.
tsuto of John K. Wirsintt, late of Addison town
letters of administration on the above estate ha t
Inir lieen granted to t he underlined, notice is here
Iiy tciven to those Indebtcil to make Immediate pay
uient. and those havimr claims airainst it will pre
sent them, duly authentitateil for settlement at the
late residence id said deceased, in Petersburg, oil
Saturday, Scptemlr 7th. 1S74.
SAM! KI. RIN'dKR.
July 31. Administrator.
Collection of Annual Taxes for 1472.
Coi.i.Br-ron'8 Optice. lth Hist.. Pa.
Merversbunr, Pa. 31st July, 17
Pnrsnsnt to the Internal Revenue Laws of the
I'nited States, ail jiersons In Somerset countv. a
scmcd on the Annual IUst of lsT'i. for SiM-eial Tax
or License, or Income, are hereby not I lied that Iteii
uty Collector. F. J. Kooser F1.. of Somerset, will
lie present, at hi nttlee In Soiuersct.,to receive the
aforesahl Taxes, on the ItnH and isi h days of Au
sust, Irom 9 a. in. to p. m or sakl days.
lty the Internal Revenue Laws.asaruendeil. par
ties rallinir to y at the time pweiticl aixive. will
Incur the lollowlmc exjietisea: au rents fornoth-e,
and 4 rents tier mile bit service of the same, and if
not paid within ten days Irom service of said no
tice, a st centum jsmaltr. and (Hie per centum per
month additional. JOHX L. lilT.'HKV,
Collector lt h Dist., Pa.
Ol f made from W cts. t;all awl examine, or 12 ,
tPJ-Vy Samles sent (postage free) f..r M cts.. that !
retail quick fi.r Mil. Ii. L. WOLCOTT, lsl Chat- j
ham Square, New York.
AQKNTS i wanted ! .r our ' mnJ .t-!
OlJlJVrtraetire-HlRF.KLKY h IIKOYVY
ami "iitANT ti WIItX" Camalgu Charts.
The liest ones out. Send for circular. Immens.?
sales. Large protlts. HAASIS fc Ll'PK W'HT,
Kmpire Map and Chart Establishment, luTljliertv
Street New York.
I SYCHOMANCY. or SOCLCHAKMIXO"'
J. How either sex may fascinate anil gain the
love and a ffecl it ins of anv penm thev chtsise. in
stantly. This simple mental acquirement all ran
Imissum, free, by mail, for cts, together with a
miirriaue (rulde, Egytiiii Oracle, Ilreams, Hints
to Itilies. fcc. A queer, exciting hook. ino.noO.Kild.
Address T. WILLIAM & CO., Pul.s., I'hllaila.
FOR GCK)DSPEED S
KVERY CITIZEN WANTS IT.
Also for Campaign goods. Addrass. GOOfl
SPEE1CS E.MP1KE Pl'ltLISHlNll 111)1 St;
lu Llherty street, New York; or, Cincinnati, .
FIIIST PREMIUM AM. 1XST., 1871.
Poulde Elevated Oven, Warming Closet, Hndllnir
I"ir, Fender lluanl. Iiuniplng h Shaking Orale.
I drcct 1 h-alt. FTLI.K K, W A K it EN . Ct ., X
Water Street, New York.
-' .. : I .
He sure toc:ill and see, and It onvioc-
'td, as tliorc are too many articles kept lur
i ' I
July 17 A. W
1 ne nndcrslirneil. who was aMsdnted to m:.ke
and re.rt a distrilaition of the luixls In 'be bands
of James McNeill, adiu'rof Sarah MeNeal, dee'd,
to and anwanr tixise legally entitled thereto, berehv
(rives notice that be will audit and distribute saul
estate at hi otlice in Somerset, Pa., nn Thursday,
the 1st day of August, lb7'i when ail parties inter
ested can attend JOHN 11 I'llL,
VIl.M IN IiTK A TOR'S NOTICE. Letters' on
the estate of Alexander Saylor, lateol Som
erset township, deceased, bavluir liecn irranted to
the underpinned, notice is hereby irlven to all iier
sons Interested in said estate that 1 will attend, at
the ofllca of Schell It kiuimeL in Somerset, l'a.,
on Saturday, the 17th day of Auirust, when those
haThitr claims will present them for settlement and
those iadehted will make jmvment.
July 10, 70. i . Administrator.
Anents Wanted for Life and Times of
Cont:ilo l,l.rriihiesd: Hs . Vaiidi rldll. Gould,
Tweed. k.r.. ilh a liikinrktl lii,t"ry ol thecoun-
trr for the last three rears, and what Orant knew
about -Hliu-k I ril.i ." t ver ttu parf-:. Price
New i'ork IMMjK Cf. Iii Nassau St, New York.
KANSAS REGISTERED BONDS
Safe and Profitable Investment Kondx. Some of
the wealthiest counties In KANSAS Allen. An-
derson. Franklin. Johnson and llouirhis counties.
Keiristereu or ilie Mtnie 01 Kansas, interest ami
principal paid by the .state Treasurer. Tlie Honda
nay T ier cent. Interest, and are over three yean
oti, the cuujions imvimr ix en always rftKUiarly ami
tironmtlv Idilfl. For statisties ami Inforinntion ail-
Iress SAM'L A. U AtU )Hl fc. CO., 33 WaU SL,
mew lork cuy.
NO MORE RUBBING!
STONE'S FOUNTAIN WASHERS.
Retail Price. M 60. STOHK k Ft UD, 3 Arch
St., I'hlladelptiia. Mud lor Circular.
For any ease of Itllnd. I'.lee.linir.
ltehing or I'lcented 1'ilea that
IikIIino'b Pile Kevkdt fails to core. It Is nre-
pansl expressly to cure the Piles, and nothing else.
.Sold by all druggist. Price 1.
Vh,-n IliA lilnft.1 pnuK.. will, vor-kef.l'Ln vlitlenC
, to the head, causinii hot Gushes, rertiKO and dim
ness 01 si-'ni. it is a certain slum tnai a mini, saiu
rious, cooliua' and enualizini; laxative is required,
and Tahkaxt'h Kri Kavtw et Seltzeb Arnui
KT should lie at once resorted tn.
SOLD 11Y ALU UKt'UGISTS.
A (I ENTS WA XTEI. A gents
make more money at work for as than at
anvtlilna else, llusiness liht and ierm:uieiit.
Particulars free. O. STINSu. A. t:)M Pino Art
Publishers, Portland, Maine.
Uc 1'iAxocf). x. y. PKicKcnnn
. O. NO AO ENTS. Circulars free-OyU
I.IWUFTIIE KEXF.St Cnn-
hieh impair vitalitv wadtive and
neirative elcrtrleity pnf that Iile is evolved
wtibout unhai elleet of totacco Inlluenee of tish
and plMMplioric tliet modern treatment ot pelvic
disenses, stricture and varicocele, and arrest of de
felopment: ten lectures to his private surgical
class. Iiy KI)WAI(I) 11 1HXO.N". M. II., ii Filth
Aveiitto. N. Y. : 64 jsnres. 25 cents.
'Every line from the wn of llr. jtixou Is of (treat
value to lliewhole human race." Horace Greetlry.
( l:F.AT MKMCAh HOWC of useful
" J edetonll. Sent rve Pir rwoslamps.
lilt. 1IONAPAKTK tL CO., Ciociiuuiti, Ohio.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
Stair Rods, &c, &c.
Full nn.l C'areftillv S-lcttcil St.vik.
UOVAlil), HOSE & CO.,
FIFTH AY F.N I' E,
June Vt Ti
WELLS' CASEOLIC TABLETS
For COUGHS, COLDS & HOARSENESS.
These Tablrtn present the Acid in Comldnatlon
with other ellteiint remedies, in a popularforui. for
me cure oi all 1 tinial nmt Idling inseases. Moarse.
ness and t 'lceratinti of the Throat are immediate
ly relieved, and statements are coiistantlv being
sent to the proprietor of rellcl in cases of 'Throat
uimeuitlcs ol years standing.
Caution. liont h" deceivel hv worthless imita
tions. Oet only Wells' t'arlioiic Tahlvts. 1'riee
'Jic er Iit. S-nd for circular.
JOHN O,. K K 1.1,1 H. IS Piatt St.. X. T.
Sole agent lor the l". S.
A -Mi i.NTII t-aslly made with Stencil
a. n I I. I 'i 1 I .... j ... . J 'i .
and Samples, Free. S. M. Siencer, ifrattleboro Vt.
FltKKTO BOOK a ; i:ts.
We will 5on! n hamlome Irisx-iuji of oar AVir
Illustrated F'amty Htblr, containing nTirly &u luie
S-ripturc lUuctrationit tt. any Im-U. AitiiU lrw(rf
charge. AMrrM National l'i"Ri.irHio Co.,
MY JOLLY FRIEND'S SECRET,
Dio Lewis' new and irreatest work Is an Immense
success. l:tth thousand in press. Atrents delight
ed and ctdning monev. A.rKNTS WANTKU ev
eo'Where. OKI). MACLEAN. Publisher.
733 Sausoin St Philadelphia.
Rare Chance for Agents.
AGENTS, we will pay you joo per week In cash.
If you cnuture with us at onoo. Kverythinjf furnish
ed anl expenses p;i id. Address
F. A. LLLS & CO., Charlotte, MUh.
'I'Hi.s is no iioiiit'U! or
i Hy sendlnir QO CENTS,
with aire, bchrht, color d eyes and Tiair, you will
receive by return mail, a correct picture of your lu-
luro nusoami or wiie. wun name ami uaie oi jiar-
riaire. Adiln'ss V,
tonville, N. Y.
FliX, P. O. lh-awer, No at, Ful-
A iranfri WANTED forthc Ant..l Unuhv
iUJ-lLb.rf.miKA. K OKEFJ.EY. A new
illu.-t rated eilition. now ready. Out this the only
ctition written bv himself! and endorsol hT tl.e
Triliune. Alsn, tiie Life and Times of t !.
(Ill ANT. Ii)- Hon. .1. T. Headley : and our 1'Tl t
CAMPAIGN M ANl'AL nr all parties, ju't wtt.
price, 41 50. One airent sold HO in three days. S4en- i
uis ricei Minraus oi .treeiey. also oi orant. .sj
a month mado scllinir the aliove.
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the createst cauiaiv;n tssik puhlislieil,
McCleWs Repilcaiiisjii Id America
Owinu to the present political excitement, will sell
for the next six month like wild tire, lsthe most
reliable tsk In tho market. J. M. STOHHAKT
tL COL, Publishers, 721 Saiisoui St., I'hUadelphia.
.A. lloyal Chance.
An Army of Live Aprents wanted to sell a new
hcatitlliilly Illustrated sulwr!tlon edition of one
ot the richest treiiis in literature, . of tear Id ridt
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Hkim., Publishers, 71 Sansoin Stn Philadelphia.
lief to the sufferer for the tirxt few doses, lmt which
frum continued use brlnifS Piles and kimlreil dis
eases to aid in weakening the invalid, nor Is it a
doctored Honor, which, under the popular nanienl
'Hitters," Issottxteusivelc ialiueu oil on the iul
lie as sovereign remedies, Vut it is s noil iire ful
Tonic end Atleratirr. pronounccl so hy the lead Inn
medical authorities of London and J'arls, and h:M
lieeu lona: uscil iiy the regular phvslcians of other
countries witli wmiderful remetiial results.
Hi WELLS" EXTRACT SF JGBBBEEA
retains aU tlie meilieal virtues peculiar tolhe4uut
and must lie taken as A tieruiaiicnt curative aicent.
f there van! of action in your I.i'rcr and Spleen!
t'nless relieved at once, the blisal hecoiues liiiHire
by deletercous seiTetlons. pr.sliieiii serofulous nr
skin diseases, Illotchcs, Febms, PustuU'S, Cunkcr,
Pimples, etc.. inc. .
Take J C HI 'HF.B A to cleanse, parity and restore
tlie vitiateil blosl to healthy action.
Ilaee jroa a Vypeptic Stomach t t'nless diirea
llon Is promptly aided, the system is debilitated
with loss of vital force, poverty of the lilood. Drop
sical Tendency, f Jcncrul weakness or Lassitude.
Take it to assist Dlscesthia witlamt reaction. It
will liujMirt youthful viiror to the weary sulfercr.
Have yoH tneak-neti of the tntritinr'tt You are
In damrerorchriaiic Diarrhoea, or the dread ml In
nammatlon of the llowels.
Take It to allay irritation, and w ir J ull tendency
Have you reakneu af the t lrrine or I rinary
Organtr You must procure tustaut relief or yon
are liable to sutlerina: worse than death.
Take It to Mrcnifthcn organic weakucas, or life
bcc4iiues a busilen.
Finally, It should be frequently taken to keep the
system in perfect health, or you are otherwise In
invat danger of malarial, miasmatic or contairloua
JOHN t). KKI.IK. 19 PUitt St New Y'ork.
Side Aircnt tor the t'nited States.
' Price, One Dollar per itottle. Send tor Circular.
1 KNEPPF.R. l'hyslelan and Dentist, Berlin,
. Pa. Will ir'va proniit attention to all cases
entrusted to his care. OUtce one disr west of the
'Uralller House," same aa occupied heretofore by
l)r. P. C.Musaer.
(31 IK RIFF'S SALE,
lty virtue of a writ or Fieri Fete l..ue, iit of
the Court of Common Plea of Soiaornet eounir
and to me directed, there will tm extsi
piibtle outcry, at tlie Hoss llonie. in llin ltnru.'4h
of M-aiierset. on Saturday the 3i dny of Auirust, I
ItTi. at t o'ris-k r. w.: i
All the rtiiht. title, interest and claim of Mary '
A. Morrison ami Samuel Morrison, ol, Iu anil to
the following descrilieil real estate, vlj :
Four (4) certain lots of icnoud sltuata in I'rsina
Itonaixh, Somerset county. Pa., ami known on the
ireneral plan of said town as kits nos. 1. X 3 ami 4
ol block I, fronting on Park street, and extending
back to Cedar alley one hundred and fitly (1JO)
feet, with a two-story frame tarern house, tenant
bouse, stable and other eut-bulldlii;a thereon erect
ed, bclnx the same proierty known aa the "Jaml
on'' or -Rush" taveru stuiHl.
Seixeil and taken In execution as the priierty of
Marv A. Morrison and Samuel Morrison, at the
luit of James Morrison.
Sheriffs Office, JtrSIAII SlfAFFK.
10th July '7 ( .Sheriff.
rituiTiKXTi a l cam r.t ic;x. i
CAIS, CAPES AND TORCHES,
Send lor 1LH STR tTKH ClIiCI LAU AM
CUNNINGHAM & HILL,
NO. aMCHt'HCII STUEET, PHILADLLPIIIA.
Grant & Wilson
Grccloy & Brown,
cf't, -tr i5 .
TIMNSrARENCIKS AM) BAXXERS,
With Portraits or any device Cr all parties.
Silk, Iluntinar and Muslin Flairs of all sizes on
haud ir made to imler. Chinese Iantems of all
sixes and styles; Paper Italoons. Fire Works. Iu.
Ac. Campaiirn Cluria Uttdl out at the Lowest
WM. F. SCHEIBLE'S
49 South Third Stmt riiila.i.-Ii.liia.
SEN D FOU CIKCT LAR.
July 10, TIL
T1UT OF I'AKTITIOX.-
To Lydla llochstetler. (widow.) Catharine, inter-
married with ctolomon Ileal, resiillnir In tinier
set count t. Pa., Catharine, who is also deait,
Ivuvina- Dine children residing at Aroida. Iouir
lnss counlr. Illinois. Susan, intcnuarriest with
Peter Sliults. if Mimoiiuiniinx. Iiaranire coun
ty, Indiana, William, residing In Somerset coun
ty. Pa., Ilartiara, Intermarried with Peter At.
Savior, residing In rd'iuerset eounty, l'a., Lerl,
resiiiliiic in iMonK"iiinoriir. Lai(raui;e co., Imlla
na, I .villa. Intermarried with Joel M. Yutiy. re
siding In Somerset County, l'a., Alary, intermar
ried with Israel Olotfeltv of Allcxlicnr eountr.
Mil.. P. . F.lkliek. Somerset county, "Pa., I fi
as. the petitioner, Somerset county. Pa., Harriet,
residing in Somerset countv. Pa.. Fllzaoeth. In
termarried with Joseph Shulti. reseling in Sim
erset eounty. Pa., Samuel, S..uierst county. Pa.,
Sarah. Somerset county. Pa., heirs and" legal
representatives of Samuel IlociisU'tler. lata of
Orecnville Uwnsliip, Somerset eounty. Pa., de
Takk Notice, that ty virtue ofa writ of partition
or valuation, issuol out of the Orphan' Court of
Moinersei county, l a., ami 10 me uirectdl. l win
hold nn inuest, on tlie premises, in Oreenvilie,
tnwnshlp. county ami state aforesaid, on Thursday,
the tub day of Auaust, InTi for the iiunxwe of ma
kinx lartition of the real estate of the deceased, to
amiamonir his heirs and leirnl rctirrsentatives. if
the sainecau lie dtme withMit prejiiditre to nr spoil.
Inir the whole, or to value and appraise the same
aecunlinir to law : at which time and place you are
requested to attend, if you think nroiKT.
Sheriffs Office. JOSIAII SHAFER.
JulyW, li t Sheritf.
X EC UT0 R'S X OTIC E. L e t -
iters testamenfanr on the estate of Solomon
litrrkler. late of Hrof hemvuLlpr T..wnfll.fo .Im.'.I
having been trranted to the undersigned bv the
proper authority, those indobusl to It are notified
to make Immediate iaymenf. and those having
claims aitainst it will present them to us for settle
ment and allowance, at the late residence of the
deceased on Satunlnv the 3rd dav of Auirust 117:1
P'KTF.K KI KOHLKY,
KZKA S. BKKKI.LY.
June 19 . Fjecutors.
E INOREHIKXTS THAT COM-
Kr. I.OAliALl are uublished on
every package, therefore it bmot a secret j
P1IYSKIAXS PRESCRIBE IT.
i It is a certain cure for Scrofula. Syphilis
in all Its lorms, liheuiiiati-tn. Skin HI
(senses. Liver l.'oniidnint and all diseases
jor the Ulood.
ONE BOTTLE of ECSAEALiS
will do more trood than ten bottle; of the
Syrups of Sarsaparllla.
'The Undersigned Physicians
have nscd Rosadalis lu their practk-e for
the tast three vears. and freelv endonw
lit as a reliable Alterative and lilood Pu
i.w ri nn.oi iKittmu.r.
Dr. T. J. ItoYKIN,
1K. K. W. CAIiK.
I IK. F.O. IIAN NELLY 44
lilt. J. S. SPAKKfi, or Ni bolasville,
DR. J. L. M't'ARTIlY, Columbia, S.
DR. A. R NOIILI. Eiigecomb, N. C.
USED A5D ODOKSED BY
J. f. FRENCH X SONS, Fall River.
F. W. S M ITH. Jackson. M i. h.
A. . WHKELF.lt. Lima, Ohio.
II. HALL Lima. Ohio.
RAVEN k CO.. Oonlonsrillc Va.
SAM'L (j.Mi F AllDKN, .Murtrceslioro,
: fhirsiace will not allow of anv extend
ed remarks In relation to the virtues of
Uosadalis. To the Medical Profession
we guarantee a Fluid :xtract suierior
to any they have ever used In the treat
ment of diseased Klonl; and to the af
flicted we say, try Kosadalls. and you
will he restored to health-
' Rosadalis Is Sidd by
Price tl 30 per bottle.
1)R. ( LEHEMS Si CO.,
I. V. YUTZY.
DALE CITY, Somerut Co., Pa.,
ArtlQclal Teeth, warranteil to be of the verv best
quality. Life-like and Handsome. Inserted in the
best stile. Particular attention paid to the pres
ervation of the natural teeth. Those wishing to
consult me by letter, can do so by enclosing stamp.
Address as above. jeU-72
Tnii Cut iilustratei the manner f Utlnjt H
' DR. PIERCE'S
Fountain Xasal Injector,
This Instrnmest Is etpecIaCj dcilgncd tor tha
perfect application of ,
DR. SACK'S CATARRH REMEDY.
It is tba only form of instrument yet Invented
with which fluid medicine can be carried high u
aod perfectly applied to ail parts of the affected na
tal passages, and tho chambers or cavities com
municating therewith, io which sores and ulcers
frequently exist, and from which the catarrhal dis
charge generally proceed. The want of success
in treating Catarrh heretofore hee arisen largely
from the impossibility of applying; remedies to
these cavities and chambers by any of the ordi
nary methods. This obstacle in the way of ef
fecting cures is entirely overcome by the invention
of the Douche. In using this instrument, the FhiM
is carries k. Its own weight, (no smtHm, loniM er
smping being required.) tip one nostril tn full
gently flowing stream to the bicheat portion of the
nasal passages, pauses into and thoroughly cleans.,
esall the tubes and chambers connected therewith,
cidflowseutol thtoapeaita aoatrii. Its use is pleas -tut,
and so simple that child Can understand
it. Fall and explicit direction ac
company each instrument. When used with thl
instrument. Dr. Bale's Catarrh Remedy cures re
cent attacks of "Cold In. the llead" by
a few applications.
Rfmplomsnt Ctlirrh. Frequent head
ache, discharge Calling hi to throat, sometimes pro
fuse, watery, thick mucus, purulent, offensive, Ac.
In others a dryness, dry, watery, weak or Inflamed
res, stopping op or obstruction of nasal pateaeee,
nuging in ears, deafness, hawking and coughing
to clear throat, ulcerations, scabs from ulcers,
Voice altered, nasal twang, offensive breath, im-
Clred or total deprivation of sense of smell and
ite.dizainess, mental depression, lots of appe
tite, indigestion, enlarged tonsils, tickling cough.
Ac. . Only a few of these symptoms aitt Pfce'r to
4o present in any case at one time. -
Dr. "age's Catarrh Betaedr. when
a sod with Dr. Pierce's Nasal Doarke,
lad accompanied with the constitutional treat
ment which is recommended In lb pamphlet
that wraps each botUo of tha Itemed y, is a per.
feet specific for this loathsome disease, and the
proprietor offer, in rood faith, 9 BOO reward
tor a case he can not cure. The Remedy la mild
and pleasant to use.eonuinirg no strong or caustic
drugs or poison. The Catarrh Remedy is sold st
JO cents. Douche at 60 cents, by all Drnf-
lata. or either will be mailed by proprietor on
receipt of 60 cents. R. V. PIRBCE, 31.IK,
Sole Proprietor, BUFFALO, N. Y. !
on . j y
SOMERSET RELIEF FUND.
COAL, IRON, FIRE-CLAY AND TIMBER
Nearly One Million Dollars
IN FIRST CLASS PKOPK1.TY
IN SHARES OF TWO DOLLARS EACH.
To which is Added
A Fund of Fifty Thousand Dollars in Cash,
All to Ik diviilttl amongst SharchoMcrs as a majority may direct
at a meeting to le held on tlie 24th October, 17 -J.
TO THE PUBLIC :
.t a jiublic meetiii!' hcM at the Court Hon., in the borough of Sonierstt,
on Friday, the 10th day of May, a. d., 1872, the undersigned wore appoint
ed a committee to present to the public a brief statement of the terrible di-
.i .1 . i . l ,i, ... c .n,1 .nnA.l f...
UMcr iiiiiicieu ujmjii me luvtu, tiiu
aid in behalf of our suiTerin"; j "j le. In "iischaryin this duty, we will en
deavor to convey a faint idea of n. f i. ful calimity in as few wordd as pos
sible. About four o'clock p. m., on Thursday, ninth of May, a lire broke out
in the western part of the town ; a fierce wind was blowing at the time, and
all effort. to check the Sanies proved futile. In less than two hours this
once beautiful town was laid in a.-hei. The extent of ground over which
the destructive element raged i.s about thirty acres in the central part of the
town, including all the stores and hotels save one of each ; all the banks
and offices, including two printing office?, all plat es of business except pub
lic buildings. One-third in area of the solidly built, and nearly the entire
business part of the town is in ruins, and certainly three-fourths of the
wealth of the place is utterly destroyed. The fire raged with such relentless
fury that the terror-stricken jieople had to flee fur their lives, and consequent
ly but little of personal property was saved. Indeed, many escaped with
no other clothing than that upon their person at the time. To a large nutn
Imt of the sufferers it is a total loss of everv thing thev possessed, and thev
are left houseless and homeless, without a thing in the world and dependent
upon the public for bread. Others, upon whom the calamity is not so severe,
are greatly in need of aid to enable them to take another start in the battle
of life. The loss will not fall far short of a million of dollars, and the total
amount of insurance will not exceed one hundred thousand dollars.
Generous public, that in the past has responded so nobly to the cry for
help from foreign lands, and to the appeals of our own countrymen who have
suffered like direful calamities, we call upon vou in behalf of this suffering
but hopeful jieople FOIl AID SUBSTANTIAL AID. Your charities will
confer a lasting favor upon them, and we sincerely hope that in thw exercise
of your liberality and generosity, it will be like the quality of mercy, "not
strained, but twice blessed, blessing him that gives and him that takes."
Michael A. Sanner, Esq., of Somerset, Ta., is the Treasurer of the Relief
Committee, to whom contributions can le sent.
t 31. 11. Li., ,- committee.
ISAAC HUG US,
The above are the appeals of a suffering community, and the Willers
burh Coal, Iron, Timber and Fire-Clay Company, of Wellersburr.
Somerset county, Pa., propose to deliver to the Relief Committee all the
profits arising from the sale of shares.
Somerset, P.v, June 20th, 1ST2.
Mr. JAMES LE FETRE, Secretary,
Dear Sir Yours of the 11th inst
received. Appreciating vour kind retrards for our suffering people, we
1 ornfnfnlU- oooot.t vnne f..i.,l..r r.t a d.inntir.n nf flfM r,T nir.ro nut i.t !,.,
-. . ...
proceeds or the sale ot your vt cllcrsiiiirg or somerset county lan.ls, fur the
benefit of the sufferers by the late calamitous fire that laid ourtown in ruins
By order of the Relief Committee
A II. CoFFROTif, Secretary. I. WEYAN'D, Chairman.
Samuel W. Pearson, Esq. Somerset, Pa., is tlie authorized agent for Som-
JgAXKIXG HOUSE OF
JamssT. Brady & Co.,
Camsr of Foart. Arats asl Wool Strst,
WE BUY AND SELL
nrir nil l rr-rt ntniiniiin Take NoTirg. that by virtue of a writ of par-
GOLD, SILVER&COUPONS ST
will bold an inquest on the premises in I'pper Tur
On Liberal TerlUH. keyfoot township, county and state aforesaid, on
Six per (flit. Interest h
ACCOUNTS OF MERCHANTS AND
James T. Brady & Co.
CoEstitution of PeMjlYania.
Joint Rrawlullwwr Prptins; an Ans
ssanrat tk t'einalhntiwneir Pcaa.
Be it ttetalved bw the Senate ant Home of kep
rrtnlativet of the l ommonurealih of Penntylra
niain General Aieevtblf met. That the following
amendment of the Constitution of this C-ouimou-wealtb
be prosed to the people for their Sxloption
or rrirctloB. pursuant to the provisions of the tenth
article thereof to wit:
Strike out the sixth section of the sixth article
of the Constitution, and insert in lien thereof the
following : "A State Treasurer shall be chosen by
the qualifleii electors ef tlie State, at such times
and lor such term of service as shall be prescribed
by law." WILLIAM ELLIOTT,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
JAMES S. RUT AX,
Speaker of the Senate.
Arrit.ivKn The twentv-second .lay of March,
Anno Uomiui one thouaaud eight hundred and seventy-two.
JNO. W. UEAKY.
Prepared and certified for publication pursuant
to the Tenth Article of the Omstitution.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
Office Si-cretarr of the t'ommonwcnltb, 1
llarrist'.urg, June 'Alt a, U72, (
Ky virtue of an order of the Orphans Court of
Somerset County, to nie directed, there will te ex
posed to public sale In the town of Garrett,
On S ATURDAY, AUQUST 17th, A. B. 1WA
At one o'clock In the afternoon, tbe following real
estate, lute the property of Elias C. Camp, dee'd :
A kit of ground situated In the town of Garrett,
forty feet bvone hundred and twenty feet, adjoin
ing lots of Frank Eno and others, having thereon
erected a two-story dwelling-house.
Ten tier cent, to be paid as fan as tbe property
is knocked down, ami balance on confirmation of
sale. SAMUEL R CAMP,
Ijin.l warrant Not lu,;t. Issued to Jonatlan
Berkey. and assigned to me by his administrator,
was destrove.1 nv Bre on the
wwhoi May. ia: i
lice of the tact, and
I Iletiartmrntat Wash-
therefore irlve this nubile n.
that I will apply to the Land Iletiartmrntat Wash
Ington lor tlie Issue of a duplicate of like tenor, or
a new warraut lu the place of the one destroved.
juU . J. O. kimmV.l
JOHN AVI I.SOX & SOX,
297 Liberty Street,
june 28, 7i
9 DUUI IS
JEWETT A GOODMAN
US Bitaflrld Street.
Opposite Xew City Hall, PITTSBUROH, PA.
uI3 Send tut Illustrated Catalogue.
rueui uesiruane uir, "i'l a ",I
r, . .....
July 10, '72.
run of partition.
To Catharine Whlpkcy. (widow. Anne. Intermar
ried with Jonas Hartiell, residina; in Marshall
countv. West Virginia. Alexander, residing in
Marshall county. West Virarinia. Adaline. inter
married, with Jackson Heiobauxn, residing In
Somerset county. Pa., PoUy, Intermarried with
Jonathan Saylor. residing in Carroll countv. III.
nois, Henry, residing in Somerset eounty. Pa.. Jo
anna, intermarried witn Freeman Mav. resiiing
in Fayette county. Pa- F.Iilabeth, intermarried
with Jackson Hyatt, residing in Favette countv.
Pa., and Martin, residing in Nebraska, heirs and
legal representative ol John WhipiceT, late of
I pper Turkeyioot township, Somerset eountv.
Pa., deceased :
aiuruay me una oay oi Auguat. iST.'torth par
pose of making partition of the real estate of said
deceased to ami among his heirs and legal repre
.. sentativea. if the same can be done without preju
lst positn. jjr, to. or spoiling the whole, nr to value and ap
praise the same according to law ; at which time
ana place yuu are requested to attend, If you think
JOSIAH S HA FEB.
July 3d, lsTX
MOSKLKY, JIETZGF.R 1 CO.,
s .ivrr AcrrRsss isd jobbsss or
BOOTS fc SHOES,
No. 435 M ARKET ST.. PHILADELPHIA.
NO. 87 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA.
July 10, TL
At an Orphans' Court held at Somerset on the
361 h day of June, 1CX In the matter of the ac
count of Jacob Gerhard. Esi., administrator of
John Whipkey. deceasseil. m motion of H. V.
SchelL esq., the Court appoint J. O. Kimmel. e..
awlitor to make ami report a distribution of the
fond in the hands of the administrator of John
W hiiikey. deceased, tn and among those legally en
title.! thereto. Extract from the recoril, eertined
this -JMh June. IsT'Z.
In pursuance of the above appointment. I will
attend at my otnee. In Somerset borough, on Fri
ll a v, tbe 21d day of August, 187X tn the duties
alsive enioineil. J. O. KXMM KL.
UDIT0U S X0TICE.
Estate of Hiram B. Crosbv. decM.
Theundersigneil Auditor, appointed by the Judg
esof tbe tlrphans' Court of Stimerset tnuntv, to
make distribution of the funds in the hanils of
George Geiger. administrator of said deceased, to
and among those legally entitled thereto, will meet
the parties interested, for tbe purpose of hi ap
pointment, at hisotll.-e in Somerset, on Frfdav tlie
2d day of August. M7t When and where they can
attend il they see proper.
A. IL COFFROTH.
DIT0U S NOTICE
The undersigned Auditor, duiv appointed bv the
Orphans' I 'ourt of Somerset county, to make and
report a distribution of the funds in the bands of
Jacob H. and A. P. HUlegas, admr' sf Peter R.
Hillegaa. dee'd. to ami among those legally enti
tled tatreto. hereby gives notice that he will'attend
to the duties of tbe aliove appointment a Thurs
day, the 1st day of Auirust next, at his office, when
and where all persons interested mav attend.
H. L. BA ER.
July 10 Auditor.
Lsbite of David llrugh, late of Somerset Bomngh.
letters of administration on the above estate
having been granted to the undersigned, notice is
hereby given to those Indebted to it to make tm me
diate avment. ami those having claims avainst it.
to present them, duly authenticated for settlement,
to me at the office of John O. KimmeL ., in the
borough of Somerset, on Frldav. t he oi day of Au
gust. H7i. J. M. H 1LDERBAI M.
julv 17. Administrator.
rfKUSTEE'S SALE Or REAL
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Court of Sown i " tViwiily. the nmiersigned dl
rvctril. t tie re will Ie exposed to public sale, on the
On SATURDAY, the 17th day of AUGUST, W72,
At S o'clock r. w.. the fcdlowing described real es
tate, tote the property of Henry Beta dee'd. to wit :
A certain tract of land situate In Jenaertownship.
Somerset County, Pa., adtotning lands of John C.
Walter. Abraham Ftteserker. Benjamin Kline, Ell
as Helple. Gillian Waller, and others. Containing
1ST acres ami So ierrhes. strict measure: about 140
acres clear, ami about U acres to good meadow :
with two dwelling houses, a log barn, and other
out-bultding thereon erected : there is also a good
sugar orchard, with pan, grate, ae.. ac. upon
the premises: also, two amde orchards of choice
fruit, and other varieties of fruit.
One-thlnl cash; one-third to remain a lien upon
the land, the Interest thereon to be paid annually
to the widow of said deceased during her llietlme,
ami alter her death, the principal sum to the heirs
or said deceased: art. I the naiance in u wiiuai
annual parmrnts wtthowt mwissst, to be secured by
ra inn 1 nmm jmlgmeut bncHla. Ptissession will be given on Mon
STATE AGENT dav the ad Septemtr. a. . MTt Twenty per
cent, of the hand monev ""'".Jf, h
for tub of sale. JOH- BILSICKER.
4 SSKJXEE S NOTICE.
Aatrew H.dllilav. of Lnwer TurkeyUm town
ship, having nude a voluatary asaigniuvni the
beortit of creditor to the undersigned, notice U
hereby given to those Indebted to said assignor to
mska'liniuediate Davuwut. and those having elaims
against him will present them to me for allowance,
uai residence In Addison township, an the 17th
at nv residence In Addison township,
day 01 A
ni AiiiwwlnW IOTP
' " WILLIAM STLBAUOH.