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.The Somerset Herdd.
1 " .." . Scptenilw 4. U71.
fHPlLffl MASS MEETING
HE COURT HOUSE,
plrinlNT lOth, 1872.
Scott, 1), S. Senator,
Col. Clark E. Can,
Vill Certainly be in Attendance.
t'thcr Distinguished Speakers are
to Out Ap, One and AD,
4oE THE GOOD OLD CAUSE.
bhairman Co. Com.
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1 it,, N C Ml VKM ui lui.t
i. i . o,r Pub. Doc.
, Fob lurdware go to Blymyer.
f sonf 'ir-l-r R. publioin and hicals. I
lYi.E cider vinegar at Davis & Bros.
Krff Pure htV IatuI tor sale at
! l)rug Store.
iin. of all sizes and cl:u cut to any
,:' at Blymyer's hardware store.
o shoddv. cotton or rouiih, iniisiru-d
ir usetl at Morgan's Fatlorj-.
1 pii'L" luvinT niflltlu-IkCfil on 1 l inliniT 1
K "." j
coiinuenceil ( lowing
p 'I K tartiv rs nave
th. ir Uii erni.
UlIlNs.tiH-.. luckeis,tiasfcii, roe .-.,
i tiail.ius Pure Linseed tul t..r a.ilc at
It ;i!c' Dnig Store.
Fm iTand fruit jars at C. F. Rhoads &
4AJ.I. kinds t olors. 15ruslu-s, Ac, tor sale
("ljviple's Drug Store.
jV.' can buy either a thrasher r horsi.--
ri - w-r pa rale ly at llie
"AOOO Choice C'i iarv
r e Store.
r- C. Gkits. oat niea
i:ct separately at the Snuerset t ouiidry.
6r sale at People's
1 andcnieked wheat
ii:i;t Live trrocery.
old ?rarklint Soda Water, only
f hn a cUi!", at reojile Druf More.
' VrsT received at IavU & Hros. a plen
a i sTis k tit'tolsim & ciipirs.
Vr. liatc n-w oa hand a larpe supplv of
fdifs luanks ami juugnn-nt nott.
inc if the 1-e-t stisks of Urupi in the
r ut al People's Iru More.
i"KKMi lemons, water nM'lrim and cante
1 - at KluaiU Bro '.
MuKtNr. Tolwrtn. Pipes, Cbewinjf To-'
sTTm of the liM quality, tor sale at Pets-!
14 s unii' More.
JThe birds are orpanizin; for their win-
tat -ani;iaipn They are flockini; together j
t Urs' num!r. Somerset Foundry have re,-ivel a pattern ,.jp vu arjout all jut wc nar-
for a parlor stove (purchased tiy them in Irute a few as bestwecan: Our citizens,
Morcan's Peddler w ill be in Somerset on I he city of Troy, New "i ork.) This stxive j anj wf niigi,t say the community in pen
tH luestiavofevervctiurt. He alwavs ( is composed entirely of cast iron and is a era1, hav, anstained quite a severe loss
tn- a e 1 a4sirtmentof pootls. perfect beauty. They also have on liand which seems almost irreparable. A week
a supply of Moore's anti-dust and Spear s i or ,wo Bln(t; Mr c; of our neiehbors.
glUUlUM, Up llie pile On OOIU SlileS W 111
kr -laved out wh-n the weather lieconus
Kis cut saws, null saws
null saws and circular ;
s. wisslen ware, univhes, ami every ar
i k st in hardware stores at Wvmver's.
IHK do" ilavs ended
on Monday last, ,
hopes are now entertained
It-iuito niphts will also find an end.
lint brick layers have finished work on
rii-i.lcnpes of M. A. Sanner and ('Kjt
n K plasterers lutve rotumeneed work
illiam J. User's bouse opjiosite the
trt unaluce wanted at tie Kaui-
ri.-ery i feed store of Cook A: Beerits
Laiac Cms Stres-t.
Iti-T f.iltf TVrfniiw-rv V.rfu,td T,.i.
-nicies in peneral, for sale at People's 1
tu ranna abnnbl vn.;n tl...le i!1. '
Irs. and If tru-v fin . a...
ree.Uel, ah.HiM get them recorded at !"
r. J. II. FRITZ, lately elecud orin- !
I of the public schools in the 24th want '
imrirh. Pa., entered msmniT Z' .
mi M,,n,i,. i.-
.LASaNTs mav I hunted, according
' . from Anpust 1st to Decetnln-r 2th, j
juirrels and ral.liits from August 1
nmch woo has been uaed in the man- J
re oi oretlev Luis Uiat old Horace
It enuufw u jiuii over the eves of some
DeiuiaraiH. " '
ralic Mavor .f (il Citv J.
Greeley" and his own eon-! ?:
at the une tiiue: so be repudiates
" "c rr uuulM;8 I
is-Moos should examine their title ;
and if iher find anv ,lt. il,t . r. I
f xlrd. .lHild ret tlHin recorded at
" White Lead, Colored House Paint,
"hea. Oi, bfj linu Brushes and
'J'Uie UI the taunt lin. t.. It
frl ara JIe ,v, llM 3 rjii
at the very lowest price."
I: Lie Ik-si e.h nrlo t..li r. n
r-ruin. at tl Family Groren- and
' oi vs rJeenia on M
-"t, Ngnerss t, Penn a.
'u want a thrashimr umMn. .n
v,eT F oumlrv and iret one of their
' ituprovea Xiunbling ahati mav
, j - v i i an t,-i w run
lurv am vr ,.1 .
"an, waste no grain, and are jtutt !
utrniers want i
tantly on hand at th, P....iiw r: .
sunvrf v.a, i. : i j
K street. tor. i
r uaom, salt, ttoh. Urd. viueirar- i ;t,
tr. eoff, canned fuhb ufZ I
r i r . . . , i
KTK-,!c Eery rcnuiue Ur
, t S LIVER PII.r
L. Vburrh, I., and their rf
L . Aiit Stamp. "Take
r' The market is full of imi-
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TOU want carpet mane io in jmir i
the et quality sml colors. send j
r to Morgan t wy. A Lirrp
All rerani should examine their title
japers, and if they find any deed that are
should i-t Uicm recorded at
Wr. think some of our churches should
have lienche put at their doors for the
young men who wait on their "sisters," to
land recoil In the throat. Tie Castoria
The Reading Gazette says that uiany -i prepared br Dr. Pitcher is purely veceu
chiMrcn of that city have been i cured or , Np rgorfectlv harmless, pleasant to tike,
the vomiting diarrhoea (cholera intantum) i anj BK)re effective tlian Castor JiL It
by the use of a tea made of preen prape j ((tct not distress or gripe, but regulates the
' h-avea. ' system, and operates when all other feme-
All persons should examine their tiilc
papers, and if they find any deeds that are
not recorded, they should get them record
ed at onif.
A Harvest Home pic nic will he held
at New Iialtimore on Saturday, Sejitember
14th. A prand exhibition, pood dinner,
fine music and various other entertainments
n ill 1 furnished.
I The Senatorial Conferee from Bedfonl.
j Fulton and Somerset counties met at Bed
! ford on Wednesday last fir the purjiose of
: nominatinp a Senator tor this District. The
; Conferees from Blair failing to attend, the
Confennce was adjourned till AYednesday ; in? of the nliii aDd transact important bu
nest, the 4th inst. j 8intsR. It is needless to say that all were
highly pleased with the manner in which
AVe were shown some potato storks eight every part of the completed machinery
ft-ct in length by ex Sheriff John Walter, ; worked, and the excellent workmanship,
but the rule of "long vines, small pota- even in the mtt minute details, which
tucs," seem to le at tault, tin storks hav- j every part of the establishment showed.
ing potatoes on them weighing from ten They award great praise to all the me
ounces to a pound. Can any one beat; ehanics who were employed in its construe
thit ! tion.
, , j As nearly as possible it was ascertained
-t - . T :.. I -n .1 ibmrimiioM
in.rtt n the nk'ht of
Thursdav. the 12th inst. rrorn the known
reputation of mine host Sheppard and the
gentlemen managing the affair, we infer
that a pood time may le expected. The
Herald don't often dance, but it might
take a bout at the "sivva k'shprunp."
i Mil. Philip Mowrt would inform his !
customers that his mill, in Somerset, has Kkep the Hair Usblemished. "I
i been slopped for the past three months for ' IIU ike an old hemlock withered at the
! repairs, but that he will commence run- j top," said a venerable Indian Chief, Ptnt
ining the mill again in few days. He ! m? to his thin and bleaching locks. Thou-
would also say that he w ill continue to sanJsof men and women in civilized aoci
,' keep a large supply of flour, feed. Are., on etV( much vouiiger than the old Sagamore,
n want of coal for any
reneruting. lime burning
bed at Alex Stutzman s
i Coal. Those in
I purxe, steam -peneruti.
I Ac. can le supplied at Alex stutzman s
I ifonnerlv the John Neffi bank, south-east ;
j of this Borough. Mr. Davis, a P1'.'1 1
miner from Johnstown, does the r"W;n
! out. and the platform is now filled with j
l,.;ri,1 Inmn a n1 nvwwl t-rw(Ti rfwi! (1 !
..Uu.-. K - ' f - -.
slate tlug clean. Leave your orders at I
the Foundry. '
I he following decision oi me rosimas-
, I triliai Hint i"T luinri mniir ui
our readers: Postmaster General Crefs
well decides that if any mail matter on
which the postage is required by law to be
prepaid at the mailing office shall by inad
vt rtence reach its destination without pre-
j tvntent, double the prepaid rate sliall be
collected on delivery-
i Wr li.trw, tlifit tin, irntinv mm wtto ili-
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oiril lilt" Milium l oi uht liiiiauimui.
Main street lv singing "Hangmr Harp on
a Willow Tree" and "In the Cottage by
the Sta." will conclude to take up their
residence tn the alxve mentioned cottage,
I tune their harps while there, and allow
j ix-ole to sleep.
J Famii.tGrocekt. Cook and Beerits of
! the Feed Store, have o-nel out in the new
; building on Hugus' corner on Maine Cross
I Street, also occupied by H. C. Beerits' shoe
store. In addition to flour grain and mill
; feed, they have, a full assort mf tit of gro-
ceries. provisions, toliaccos Ac. . fresh from
the city, at reasonable price-. Everyldy
: call and see for yourselves.
Notice. All persons who suWrilwd to 1
me for anv of the follow in? books: ' Poly i
'clot Faniilv Bible," 4-Snv and Xursc."
I "Three Years in Man Trap," Photoirraph
five ic Albums, are hereby notified that I am
I not nble to deliver them at present on ac-
- ronnt nf nrvHsanrA nf liliainM. anil rMnlilv
; infirmities, but will do to the becinnine of
i Scrtemler. when thev will ereatlv oblice i
me by ling readv to receive them.
The handsomest stone work on anv of
the manv new liuildincs in town in that on i
the row "of Messrs.. Koonti and Stmll. on I
I'ninn Ktroot Tb. work w as rMrf, .rmnl i
bv F. II. Riley and Jacob Walker. It :
i for itself, and needs only to he seen
appreciated. Any one umliinp toi
stne work done would do well to
j f:ic wit-iu m ktxii.
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Wf. notice that the proprietors of tbe i
uu ir firuni i uu wi - :
oers at any unie.
Charij F. Walker wishes U enpaee
nnnil... m ... . n , . ... t-. . 1 1 II... w.
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ij uii uii i uiitjiu Kriiiiau i,r ma uirrsc
rake. It is in places well introduced and
I a mhi niuutiion esiaousiiea as uie sun
' nlit. cheaiicst and most efritaent rake.
Call on r adilress bim at Friedens. Sn-
er - t countv. Pa., for terms and nartieu-
AVk are told tliat a couple gentlemen
j atti-rlit iwenty-mur pounds of Imaa in Lau
l rel Hill creek mar I' rain a, one day last
I week, ami on the succeeding day hooked
: twenty-six pounds, several of the U-auties
' weiching lour pountls each. ow that the
I I stss have succeeded in cettinc abova Ohio
; Pile Kalis, fine sport may lie anticipated in
iall the tributary streams of the sougbio-
! lii.ti-M.vos liriiihu-n
, , .,
they take their I
I Bight The thief of blessings is c.sxi
ll,i,i, i.;..i. :.. 1
vux: "V,US. ?J rptiaieu ai its
.true raiue atter u is lost, nut, too oilen,
i not bciore. Live prupcriy. and correct
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"'"""a irssc iurj unw snica. x or
uiseam - s oi me uver. Kiuneya, Hm, stom
,amJ " t?$ .,pUre ,r..ft1,k
ioti, ui. n aiaer a vaiuomia inegar
liitters are a sure and siieecv remedy. It
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" ' "lng,C lnRance-
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, other column of this iKiper the
,otuer coiuinn ui ting mper me aay on
: w hich ill be awarded Uie premiums offer
: ed bv him last snrin? for the three I test colts
eut 1V Ilia irnriararfMl l-'nteliK Iiruf If rsruo
The bringing of so many fine colts logeth.
er will be a matter of mucb interest to the
stockraisera of mis county, and every wn-
"r bo exhihiu a colt, although be may
nut awarded a premium, is almost guar-
US "or nimseu a rood price Kir it
whenever he wishes toncli, M sharp buvcrs
always keep their eyw on the owners of
prounsing yonns hon The
I lla I WtsNl 1. if (las aanu. : W f
f. " . . . " re eiira.
v ' .! foreland
iT" . XJeni.n' James
parson, ot Somerset township. Mr. Hef-
I riey will, at the same tune and place ex-
uiuii viiirr use nuts owueu uv uuu.
The directors of the P, W. &. B. It R.
have under OJtuude ration a rironositkm for
the erection of extensive shop for ensrine J
and car buiklinp, machiuerj parpoaes, Ac., j
but have not vet decided where to loatte
them. The Cumberland -Yr rs urges the
location of tbe shops at that place, and
stale tliat Messrs. Percy and Dilley, of
tliat city, otlered to donate a valuable tract
of land ia tbe northeastern part of Cum
berland aa a site for the shops. A large
lot of pround on which to erect shops has
lieen ottered to the Coniauiy at the propos
ed intersection of the llempfiek! extension
with tbe Pittsburgh and Counelisviile rail
road. W publish the following ior the benefit
our lady readers: If von bare been
PullnJf or handling any aod fruit and
luve stained your hands, wash them in
clear water, wipe them lightly and while
"y are yet motet strike a match and shut
vmi uanua arouna il so as to catcu the
t.Tii.! ISSS .sTTe"'
. ' Kiugiiu
m h,t Wiea, Ulin-e
wctung tbe ckHh witb anTtbinr else POUT in
ln8 through tbe stains and they
will Uiaear. beiore fruit Juice dries it i
can often be removed by cold water, using !
asnooire or lovel. if wn e, u.i.i I
finger, with the InidTof' Wpsrngt rnor. t
WJ WiI! " most of tbe stains mode ot otr
u"yP-nn- Ink. also, VLt be wash- be ttaine3 of
ed out or sopped up front the carpet with
wuurr uiuaeuuuciy waea tt is spilled,
be almost entirely removed.
T . e . ,
mis t pn nut oi town to OUT pomis.
1 here? Is no need of it. i ou can luiy at
borne as cheaply, and by know ine; tne por-
s can le irwtie safe from frauds and
cheats. But if it wers tnir that you could
bor a few cents rhpaper. there still should
be public spirit enouph to induce you to
rutronirc. your own; help your n-ipb.tors;
and build up yonr own town. Never go
abroad lor a hat you can find at home, It
ia had policy It won't par. .
)Mt mi.p the eoilo cannot take Ca$
tor OS from its terrible nauseating taste.
1 t - i r t T. . i i. . - e
dies have tailed.
ii arm iiao magic iur
Stomach Ache. Constipation, Flatulency
Croup and Worms. It contains neither
Mineral. Morphine nor Alcohol. Ita
southing, quieting effect produces natural
sleep, and particularly adapts it to crying
and teething children. No article has
ever met such unqualified endorsement by
the Physicians. Take no more Bitter Pillx.
Narcotic Syrutw. Griping Purgatives or
Sickening oils. The CaMoria costs but3.
cents, and when once tried you will never
lie without it.
The stockholders of the West Sulisbury
prist mill met at their office on the premi
se on Stunliv lust to insnect the build-
amounts to about t,500.
of which 7,500
is now taken in stock; the remaining $1,000
1 mav, probably, be thrown in the market,
though, we believe, no final decision had
' been reached on Saturday. We w ish the
: mill abundant success and hope the stock-
holders may net paying dividends on their
investment. .Siirjf Iudtpeadeht.
are like him, "withered at the top,' slm
ply because they have neglected to use Uie j
mpang f preserving and leutifving the
liair hw)i jence had placed at their dis-!
jf Lvon-g Katliairon 1 faithfully ;
nnn,'M twioe a dav. to the fillers 1
ami the scalp, it is just as impossible that j
the hair should decay, wither. Jail out or 1
vnm.f iiarsi. ana fUZ7V. that a meadow. !
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duiv rexresnea wun nignuv ut- iuu mn-
,-. - ; uome arid and barren of
green blades. This matchless preparation j
of the head in a healthy and clean condi
tion, but actually multiplies the filaments
and imparts to them a lustre, flexibility and j
wavy beauty unaitainauie iy any oiner:
mode of treatment. It does not. like the i
metallic and sulnhurous hair dves, dry up ;
the natural nwisture of the scalp, lmt sup
plies nutriment to the roots of the hair and
vior to the fillers.
IaWARO Lnjckiks. Those outward'
manifestations of frail and deartin; health
are easily detecu-d; in truth, outward sipns
- . ; it- .i
areolUn murks of an inward disease; the
rde fare, the lustreless eye, the sunken and
hollow tl'tet. -witli now ami again tue cir-cuiiiM.'riU-d
spot, w hiji, w hilst it may not,
like that on Ca'sar's lace, denote anger, it
does denote something lacking harmony in
the inward workings of the human con
stitution. How quickly does your ear
catch the irregular strokes of the pendu
lum of the clock which indicates some
thing wrong in its internal workings, but
now vastly more ci-naiu, aim oi luiiuociv
more importance is the muffled beat of the
heart, or the rurslins sound of the lunjrs.
i in warning us of the faulty performance of
organs tn the human organism.
When to tliis is addeil the cough, the pains
in the clicst, the ou.'uiil breaming tne
livid color of the lips, the hectic fever and
the nljrht sweats, what nwrecan be waol
ia? to apprise ua of apprchinir djiaer.
Take Dr. Kevscr's Lunc Cure. Remove
the peccant matter U-fore the wheels of
life are loaded until they molve no lon-
per in unison with that U-autiful harmony
tf health w hich the Owl of nature meant
Sold at f 1 50 per Udtle, 4 for f5, at 16i
Liberty street, Pittsburgh. Dr. Keyser a
private office for lung examinations in the
rear. Oflire hollff frtmi 10 a. 111. to 1 p. m..
nl frora 3 to p. m., cxccit Pundavi and
Items of interest that ltave transpired tn
our village durinr the last week or so, are
fw An,t ilbe the Dutebmnn-s earlr annles.
Diamond," tliat old and ruliahle
piece of hjss flesh, or in other words Di
amond derted this "city life" and ia now
njiHirnliiir in the country, at or near a place
called "Hccker'a Csrm, " a summer resort
w atering place or su h. I Id Lad been
indisposed for some time and it wus thoujrht
tliat the country air would be beneficial to
him. His, loss is deeply feh and the be-
reaveu lamny nave tne iiiiatliy i an; ;
but he S tone and I suppose It Would le a
iok1 idea to let bim went. Adieu Dia
The latest advices from Kingwood. Pa.,
indicate a rix in prints, w hich have tx-en
rather dull for some time past They were
considerably below par, and we are pleas
ed to hear they are on the advance. But
oh! w hy won't some one carry the news to
Jukie that "calicos have nz. hy, twill
tie like the Balm of Gilead, heal his
or suthin else; but farewell, Jakie, we sin
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o icit fjin; IUU null ik lutqciuurwiui
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lu,s J'"" nij, ui, uv wmah , Plan
I ptrliat .
We have not seen our friend S., from
Sunerset, for some time. We hope he
ain't done and cot it, like Diamond. Some
one says he has been inlupicd for some
time id. he havin: taken most too larpe
a dose f iron ore, and it, like the Greeley
dose with some of our Democratic friends,
would'nt go dow n pretty well. May he,
like calico, rix noon, is our prayer.
Lumlier business at this place is brisk at
present. Any person wanting nice doors,
window sai.li, &.C, wookl do well to give
our C'ae-iuian firm a call.
Summer X Beatd Itesata.
Itev. S. T. Mitchell faroru our titizent
with quite an able and interesting sermon
on Vtedncsnay evening, zist inst. bilaa
has many warm friends in this section who
boe he may ca;l again.
The different cburchca in Jenner tow n
sbip, which are now under course of erec
tion, are being poshed through as rapidly
as possible. It is their intention, we un
derstand, to have them all ready for occu
pancy lx-fore the commencement of win
ter. UuiiMir aaith that a Mr. Shuhize. from
he south of this countr. has mi rr based the
Henry Bett larm w hich was aojd on the j
ln. the consideration being f-5,300,
Atirnm T s 1.. - : i . . r 1
uunii, iii uici iv m iceiueut ot
this township, was buried at Ligonier on
the 10th inst. He had been connected
with a bridge company in the west fir the
hist few years, and by too much exposure
conti acted a pulmonary disease, which re
sulted in his early demise. His death he
being quite young canned considerable
regret among his many friend in this vi
Th owners of tbe planing mill at this
place, beins both practical mechanics and
having a pretty thorough know led ire of
i lie want of in public, nave prepar
ed themselves accordingly, and are Dow
commencing to do a good business.
'Within tbe last few weeks no little un
easinesa has been occasioned by the report
of a number of raids being made by horse
thieves in this and Bedford countr, no less
than seven being reported as stolen in tbe
last three weeks. On tbe night of the 19th
- .. Mr. Wm Zinmiemi.n swaullne-alrine-
pike a rear miles east or tbis place, bad
err Tsluabie Iiorse stolen, lie mads
effort tiasrertain amiie rlue nf tha Ihiol
horse, but to no avail. All kinds of
being eireulated as to their
c rat bins, Ac., but no clue can
their a hereabouts. It is to
be hoped by all law abiding citizens of tbis
county that tbis band of outlaws may bs
captured and summarily dealt with.
REAM LAMBERT. By C. A. Brant,
- Esq., on the 16lh day of November,
at the bride's residence, in Stonycreek
township, Joseph Ream to Susan I-am-bert,
all of this county.
McAFEE FOttNWALT. By the same,
June 2d, John McAfee.'of Somerset bor,
to Mary Fornwalt, of Stonycreek town
ship. COBER SPANG LER. By the some,
on the 9th of July, at the bride's resi
lience, Alexander "Colier, of Brothers
rallry township, to Catharine Spangler,
of Stonycreek tp.
PRITTS-B RAN T. By the same, on
the 1st of September, at the bride's resi
dence, in Stonycreek tp.. Wm. Prittsto
Catharine Brant, all of this county.
FLEXGLE RISIIEBARGER. At the
residence of Mr. Michael Koontz, on
August 25th, by B. 8. Fleck, Esq., Mr.
Wm. Fleegle, of Larubertstown, Pa., to
Mrs. Harriet Rifhebargcr. of Jcnner
gust 29th, at Addison, Somerset cimnty,
Pa., by Rev. W. Frvday, Mr. George
Fryday to Miss Lucinda Foulk.
SHAFFER WALTER. On Tuesday,
the 27th of August, at the Barnet House,
by Rer. A. E. Truxal. Mr. Conrad Shaf
to Miss Harriet Walter, both of Jenner
TRESSLER PIERCE. On the 25th of
August, at the residence of Jusiah Wil
helm, near Palo Alto, by Rev. D. I'm
stead, Mr. John Tressler to Miss Maggie
Pierce, both of Somerset county.
DECORSE NICKOLSON. On the 27th
of August, by Jacob Weimer, Esq., Mr.
Charles Decorse, to Miss Martha Nickol-
son, both of this county.
FOUST ROSS. On the 1st of Septem-
lier. by J. M. Glessner, Esq., ilr. John
Foust to Miaa Catharine Rot, both of
5iTrtMl wetklv by A. J. CASEStca k Co.
Apples. drit. fl ....
Ap4rbatter. ft gl
Hullrr. V ft
Hark wheat. i bofbrl..
Bsmn, shoulders, y ..
" tklrs, " ..
" hauui. " ..
... si oo
... 1 2i
.. 10 VI
... 1 T4
Curn. f lmhr!
larn nraal V
Kl.mr. V bhl
FlaKrl V b., (S4 fc)
Leather, tri jji i. t
" - ba ...
saxr rellw V ft
white - '.
AVtr Ati certiiemn t.
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I berebr fflre notice that T have amw.intcd Wed
nesday, the lsthday of Scemher. (second week
'ourt ) to award the prviy turns otfcreil ly me f the
three 1K colts by my imported Ksirllsh Kraft
H-a-se, I request every person ownini coll by this
horse to have them on the Fair Onainds. ia Som
erset boruBKU, at t O'clock p. m., on Uia day men
tioned. I further rive notice that parties harlns; enriur-
I f Jm?- n impure thui at any
;time. I still have a few pain unsold, ami any per-
, s. dcslrin to winbase can have an m t.nunitv
n that day.
g tf. 000f),
PHYSICIAN 0 SUROEOX,
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W. E. SCUMERTZ tt- CO.,
Wholesale Manufacturers and Dealers In
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Mantifarttrrers of Ladles' Misses and fhlldrens'
Sewed $hocs; also. Agents for the sale of Wat a
SB's JSyots. aeptli)
The public are kerrby notified not to purchase
any of mv notes that 1 gave ta Hiram Vindlay.
Kml, falling due on tbe 1st April. lsTS. lSTeaud
Ut'.i, of Four Hundred and Forty-lour Dollars each:
that tbe money $or those notes said Hiram Find lay
agreed to pay upon certain mortgages aaajuug
meets upon tbe records of Somerset county, with
the three naTments already tavld bim. earhoi the
amount of tM: tliat he has not applied tbe pay
menu to satisfy the liens as he agreed te do:
tore. I shall not pay any of the payments or i
yet unpaid, until be satisfies and pays otf tbe liens
1 be satisfies and pays off tbe I
as he lias agreed and Is bound to do. unless compell
ed by law so to do. ARHAHAU OKTZ-
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Office 1.3 LilrrtySt.,nttburjh, Pa.
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.T0II S SALE
Valuable Real Estate.
Br virtue of the last will and testament of Sam
uel Voder, late of Stonycreek Township, S.rmi-mct
Comcrsct t bounty. Henn a, deceased, 1 will expose
to sale by public outcry, on the premises, the MloW
inx valuable real estate, talc the property uf sail
At one ot-lock. p. m.. valuable farm containing
- TWO HI N DEED AND SIXTY ACRES.
More or less adjoining lamls of Jacob Weicle- Mat-
tbias Walker, Jac-jb .Snyder. Daniel Mostoller. and
One hundred awl seveotv-nve are clear- :
edsnd In an elegant state of cultivation: thirty
acres are in splendid meadow: the hadnceof the
bind is well timbered with white pine ami oak.
There are erected on the premises
TWO TWO-STOIiY LOG HOI SKS,
A large Frame Kank Bam. ever one hundred feet
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"r.a f," i" ?,VT-',,n J';cI! Ib tm i h-" Korn, Valentine lyplev! S..m"rset 11 aod
of April, is .3. There will also be sold on the same Ir. Co; and others with tbe appurtenances,
dav. a Bne lot of hay. , g, Aa o,-L u,,, w, limestooe. fsils.
Ttuus: Ten per cent, of the purchase money to ! metals, ami other minerals and mineral substances
be ld on day of sale : one-third on tbe am uay of , lving awl being under, utn or eoauined within
March. lsTS. and the balance In Uu epual annual .ii ,T,t i.iere r inrl of lan.1 aliuino in
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JOHN WILSON & SOX.
297 Liberty Street,
June 2a, Ti .
Bs sure tu call anJ see, an-l be cunvino-
! . .
a ", as there are too many ar j-jt gept iuf t
s. I '
A. VT. KXEPPEK.
late nf William X. Horner, late of Summit Tp
Letters testamentary oa the above estate having
been granted to the undersigned by tbe proper au
thority, notice Is hereby glvea to those Indebted to
It to make Immediate payment, and those having
claims against It will present tntlD to the under
signed for Settlement, at the late resilience of sabl
deceased, on Saturdav. the Mh day of t ktober next.
; aAMCEL A.XACST. ,
aug. a - . . , , , i - Exoeutor.
1 w . '-' '. I
The Regular Baptist Church of Turkevfoot has
applied to the Court of Common Pleas of Somerset
County, for a charter of looorpnratlon, and anliee
sufficient eause Is shown to aaid Court, oa Thursday
ovjieiui-T iac inn, is, a, w mme win or granted
ny saw uoun. il.iai3 ailuYEKn.
auga , Prothoootary.
tod up m M b lstaiaslk tjqa tijaljv, luak veil
aVlll If rnawfi Crar t KiraiiiLTia ahliaaaf isartskl fat i era- nasi II a.
bcrel.y glvea, that oa the lTth day of July,
llTf, the toemliers oOiorner't Evamrelical Ea:
ejaa Church of aoasrraet Co., Pa., made anulma.
IK lo the Ouurt uf Commvo Pleas for a shatter of
Ineorporatloa, and that anleas suffldeni rwaaua Is
shown to the amuarr. the same will be granted at
amptewiovr tern, is,.
DEN IS ME.YER5,
12th Auirust, lfTX
i-ii ' -rv"i "ay r-i vwasa
a a' a orw. "t wstar aser Ab tsaaivwre TSsbT OCULtll
ber tih, lm, For Clroulara, apply to r
Aa. T, Wer, C. B. LAJtr.
' 1 1 E R I F F'S f A L E.
tr rirtaa if auiulrr vriu .f I Jtlai Lrpo-
Kf'rirri Ftritt and frr frist lwae.1 oat of
tlwT'uart ol Jmax Flea of Suoenet Omotr,
I'a.. aiKl to me dur-ted. I "ill ! ta rale If
pa bile oabTT. at the -Ki Hi." tn Somerset,
uo SaiorOa. the 7th dajr of tK-ptemlwr, 171, al
1 oVIork, r. .. the following- r.-al estate, tI:
Alt the rlht. tula. Interent and rUita of F. B.
Long, of, Id aod to the Mknrina: dearrtbed real es
tate, via: Twoeertalo tsnt inMinit situate ta New
CcnterrilU HoruuKh, Soaereet Countr, I'a., eoo
talolng one half acm, mre ur b-a. with a two-story
frame dwelling-boaae. ahnri, stable, and at her oat
iMiiLlinva I lu-r.vM erwrll t u .m in main ftult
1 atrvet fin the atalth. atlev tm the east ailii west, aod
1 1-hnerh atrwet na th. nun a. with th. anmnenan-
res. Seizeil ant ukea io exerutliaastlieppiperiy
ot F. B. Eons;, at lb. suit nf Samuel Hanuerker.
All the rlzhl. title, interest and claim of Samuel
Heart, of, in and tu the loUowina: described real es
tate, vii: A certain lot of arn und situate at Min
eral Point. S"mert Countr. Pa., known as In No.
tla. with a two-st.y plank dweHlna housei, shout
thirtr teet In tr-nl bv twentv ave leet In depth
therenoerccteit: aviloluinc lot Na. 21oo the east.
Market street on the west. Broadway en the north,
and alley on the south, with the appurtenanrrs.
Seised and taken in elocution as the property of
Samuel Bnarl, at the suit 11IW1s.il. Uouacker and
Samuel U. Camp.
All the rlifht, title. Interest an-l rUlm or Hiram
knabia. idt ia and to th. Miowlnx dncribed real
estate, vlx :
A certain tract of land, situate 111 Mllford town
ahip, Somerset County, Pa., eon La into a; 17 acres,
more or less, of which there are about U acres
drare-l. ami about S acres In meadow, with a etM
and a hsii story plank dwelluuf-nousa and stable
thereon erected; ade'lninc lands of Oenrire kfnv
BKL, Samuel A. Main. Zachartah Walker, BD-1
others, with the appurtenances.
seiteii awl taken in executi as tne prorrxy oi
Hiram Knable, al the suit ol Mtuoa ought.
All the rls-ht. title. Intrrvst and claim of l Beach.
er Wolf. John J. Schell and Jao-b Keed. assLgnees
of n m. P. Iv-hell. trnanls In emnmon witn Jonn
I). Koddy. of. in ami to all tn mal. Ipm-ore. llme
stiaie, fossils, nietaia and other mineral and min
eral rubstancr I vim ami brins; un-lcr. u)n.orci.
taioed within, all tlial ideos i ar-rl of lawL situ
ate in Summit township. Nnerw-t County Pa.,
whlrh is more lully an.1 partir-ularly described by
metes ami bounds! efntrsee ami distances in a deed
frun William 11. H-nrr ami Catharine his wiie,
dated 2kl June. li4. eontatiilna; IVO acres, mtjoin
ins lands of Samuel O. Walker, Jonas Miller and
others, with the apinirtenancr.
Taken ia exeeutii as the vronerty of C. Beecner
Woll, John J. Schell and Jacob Ueed, assiimees of
t m. v. s. nell. tenants tn emmi with John 1.
Kuddy. at the suit of William II. Homer.
All the rl'ht, title, inurest claim of John lloa
tart and Juliu Aurlry, of. In ami to the following
real estate, vlx : A two-story dwrllimr, house, situ
ate in tli town of Confluence. Lower Turkeylnit
township, Suiersct County. Pa., 18 feet in width,
ami 3 b-et in depth, siluate on lots Nut. 14 and 17,
In M.-k s in sabl town.
Seixeii and taken In Levari f"cl$ as the ppp
ertrof John Knssart ami John Auvley. at the suit
ot Fletcher k. Lehrbton.
All the rlzht. title, interest and claim of Hiram
FindLsy. of, in ami to the following described real
estate, vix :
No. 1. A certain tract of land inrludlna; the de
fendant's homestead farm and saw. mill tract of
land, situate in Elkliek ami tlreenvllle townships,
Somerset county 'a., containing 32a acrea, mure or
less; of which there are about 12U acres cleared,
ami about liacrcs In mcaiow. wit hone framed well
ins; -bouse, i me by dwellin house, one frame bam,
stable and saw -milt thereon erected; adjoining
lands of Stntiman's heirs, Peter Meyers heirs,
liavid Olutfclty, and what Is known as the Grand
man tract, with the appurtenances.
No. X A certain tract of land, situate la South-
m t it i n t i.w n ti 1 1 1 SMrtncret nmntv. I' nitlninv
X!7 acres, more or less, of which there are alioet lu
acres cleared, ami about 2u acres in meadow, with
a twoitory log dwelling house ami bank hern
thereon erected : adjoining lands of Jonathan k co
ne L H. T. Weld, Adam Stuns and others, with the
5io. 3. A certain tract of land situate in North
ampton township. Somerset county, i'a.. eoolain.
ing 111 aerea. more or less, unimproved, and known
as the Oeorge ami Joseph Treser tract of land,
adjoining lamls of John 1. Kmbiy. John Mathtas,
ami others, with the appurtenances.
No. 4. A certain tract of land situate in S-mth-
amidoa townnhip. Somerset countr. Pa., containing
) acres, more or less, of w hich there are about M
acres cleared ami about 4 acres in meaihiw, with a
! one and a hall-story house and log liarn thereon
No. . A certain tract or piece of land situate hi
5outhampiou township. Somerset e-unty. Pa.,
, cootaiiiimr acres, more or less, unlmpnived, ad-tw
i s.imDn the above described tract of lan.t
'o. . A certain tract or niece of land situate in
' Southamt townsbin. snerset euuntr. Pa., eon-
taining 4 acres, tuore or less, unimprmed, mljoin-
i inz the ttwts two tracts of land.
No. 7. All the coal Inm ore. limestone, fossils,
' metals and other minerals awl mineral substannrs
j lying snd being under, upon, or contained within
all mat piece or parcel ol land situate In South-
I ampion township. Somerset county. Pa., which is
; more luily and particularly described by metes and
j bounds, courses ani distances in a decl from Wm.
Trouunan and wile dated lith July, laU. euntHln-
,mpton township. Somerset Co.. fa., which Is
mure lullv and rtlcularly described by metes
mod f.u.dlls. courses an-l distances In a deed from
tieorgr Kennel and wile dateit 36th March. l)a,
containing S14 acres, more or less, a-th-ininz lan-li
of Adam Lrpiey. Daniel Korn and others, with
No. . A certain tract of land situate la Miliord
township, Somerset Oo., Pa., contalutna M acres
Bsccor less, of which there are atsut 6 a-Trsclar-ed.
adjoining lands of Kobert Lintaman, Anthony
Growall ami others, with tbe appurtenances.
No. lo. A certain lot of ground situate In Salis
bury bor.. Somerset C-n.. Pa., containing acre,
moce or lejs. with a lanre two nimrlnnwilKtll.
j ing house, stable and other outbuifdings thereon
I enwted, atvl known on tbe general plan of said
j town as lot No. 3. adjoining lot Na 3i on tbe west,
t lot No. S3 on the east, and street oa the north and
on the south, and by lands of ttaltter Wagner.
No. 11. Three certain lots of ground situate In
acre each, more or less, and known oa the general
&g lot Na
n as lots me. J.. 3S sou JV. a1-
Ing lot Na 40 on the north, Shirvr Una on the
east. Broad lane oo tbe south, and Smil u's avenue
on the west, with the appurtenances.
No. IX A certain lot ol ground Siluate In Elkliek
biwnshtp, Somerset countv, Pa., containing 1 acre,
more or less, adjoining laud of Henrv (ikitfelty
an-l Abraham P, Beaehy, with the appurtenances.
Na 1.1. A certain tract of land situate in Elkliek
township, Somerset county. Pa., containing Ti
acres, more or less, of which there are about 40
acres cleared and a bunt i acres in meadow, with a
two story log dwelling bouse, log barn, and other
nut-buildings thereon erected, and known as the
Trtde tract of laixL adjoining lamls of Samuel
Folk, Jonas Heachy. John P. Miller and others,
j with the appurtenances.
j Seised ami taken in execution as the pmqerty of
' Hiram FindUy at the suit of J. C. Doneberger.
I All the right title, interest and elabn of Hiram
Find lav ami John D. Roddy, of, in and to the bil
lowing deaenrvd real eMate. vn :
Sixteen certain lots of ground, situate at Olcnooe,
Northampbtn township, tximcract County. Pa., and
known on tbe general plan of said town as kits nos.
Iti. 10, 11, 21. 3. . 2T. M. Ji, M. 134, IX, lau and
183, with the appurtenances.
Seised awl taken in exeeuilri aa the property of
Hiram Findlay and John D Itoddv. at tbe siit't of
pavhl Hay, - ''
aperiB s utnoe, I Jinsi tu ailAf KK.
Aug. li, lstA
Or Saa;arCoatea, Concentrated
Boot and Herbal Jalee, Anll
Bllloas Grannies. THE "LITTLE
GIANT" CATU.1BTIC, ar naltaas
la Parrs Physic.
Tbe novelty of modern, XH'eaL Chen leal snd.
Pharmaceutical bcieuce.' So as of any kiuref
taking the atrge, repuleive and nauseous pill,
composed of cue?, crude, aod bulky Ingredients,
when we can by a csrcftil application of chemical
science, extract ail the catuartic aud other medi
cinal properties from th most valuable roots and
herbs, aod concentrate them into a minute Gran
nie, ncarrely larger (ban a anaslarel
aeed , that cai be readily swedowed by those of
the mot sensitive stomachs and taaudious tastes.
Each little Pargativo Pellet represents, in a
moil coiiccnintel form, ai lunch cathartic power
as is em-oiiei in any oi ine iar?e puis sauna lor
sale in the dru soups. From their wonderful ca
thartic power, i i pro iortion to their size, people
who have not tried litem are ant lo nnnoee
they are hara or dratic la eject, but rack ia not
at ail tne ca-e. ainerent active medicinal prin
ciples ol which they are composed being so bar.
rnouis" ! and nhKh'aed. one by the others, as to
produce a nisaS earehlnaT and short
ongh. -t grully aud kludly epcrattaar
J'JO Ilewraril Is hereby oSered by fas pro
pnetof ol those Pellets, lo any chemist who,
upon ana'w. will Snd In them any Calomel or
other h-rue t,f BjVfcur or any otbei aipienl
nclov entirely were table, pon.Kaat
care rs required while aing tbouv. Tbcy ope.
rtu without diaiurbance In tlie eoortitution. diet,
ot occnpai ion. For Jaaudlcr, Headachr,
Couatipaiion, lassaro Itlooet. fain
in the Ktioalders, TlaTutncaa ot the
Cheat, Olasiaeaa. Soar Eraetatlaaa
of Iks Stomach. Has tatala In
taoath, Bliiaaa attach, rata ta
P"glo ot Kldneya, lateraal Fower.
Illaared foellua akenl Ktoaaach.
Rash of niooa ta Head. High Col
red trine, Unsociability' aad
filssaf I'arrsodlnfs, uke Br.
Plrrce's l'lonaaat Pa rguClTO Pellota.
Ia explana ion of the remedial power of ay Par
( wi;i t sjy that their actloa asos tha
aaisaal eeonousy la aalrcraaJ, aat a
arlaad or tlaaascocapiaa their aaaaa
tiro lm?rrt. A-e does sot Impair them;
lh: tqj-utif sad helgf enclosed la flast
butt Ira prw-cn iiietr virtues an Unpaired lor any
Ijnth i f tlina. In any climate, ao that they an at
ways frvsh and reliable, which ta not the case
with tU't m1U I.mnd in the drug stores, pat ap la
choan sod i f paste-board boxes. Recollect that
f w ill i'.- s-cs where a Laxative, Altera
tire or Purgative is Indlcahd. these little
Pelbta w-.l re Iho most perfect f tlrnrrtipa to
all wnoaelMun. .,., . .- j i. ......
Ther are sold hy all atorarlslas;
Daugeiete atti ceo la a bottle.
Do ant allow any dra1t to Indoce yea to
tike anything else that bo mar say la fast aa
rood as ay Pellets becaaao ho Slakes a larger
prodt ea that which he recomateads. If tout
drurlst cannot supply them, eacloss S3 cents
and receive litem by retnra mall tram "
atCWAXO af J.
RTIFICIAL TEETll!! '
I, . YUTZY.
DALE CITY. Soert Co., pa..
Artificial Teet a. warn nted to bo of the verv beat
quality. Life-like and Haadsine, Insert at ia tbe
beatatyle. Particular attention paid to the pree
ervalioa of the natural teeth. Those wishing to
consult me by letter, ean do ao by enclosing stamp.
Address as above. jeU-72
A. J. fUfcira I
. I N 1 Fetnarr
Carilliw Berk and the widow V Term. 171
and heirs of CtariMiaa Las-1 Paniiioa imr.
dla, deceasml. j
To A. J. Ctdlxira. . Caraiin Berk, sad tha
wUiiw and heirs of ('hristiaa Land, daeeaasd :
Taki Knrw-a that sa iaqaect will bo held ea tkw
premiaea. la the township af Elkliek. ta th. tmsatr
of Homenef, oa Thoralay th. ath day of 8p(aa
her 1S7'A for the purpose of Baking- partltkai of the
fuiluwtB- real estata to and aawxia th. aoora aa
med parties, vis : a tract of land rvtitatutng aM
aerea, si I aat. la ElkUVk brwaahip, warranted la
the nam. of Ralph Chary, iftaa saaM ean ha dona
wunnat treialka to or pot line- in. waoia; ntner.
wis to ralu. and appraia th. aaas aeenrdlaa' to
law; at whtra time and piaea jraa ara riaensi
1 atteflui if voa think Drotwr.
Saamirr's urwi. i JflSIAH RH A FEB
31st July lrx
A. J. Co) bora
5'o. J Fetuary
Fart it Ion Ic.
Reuivn Krrtchman. Naav
aw .1 l-Valiaa '
Lvad is. d fceased. j
T A. J. Colborn. ReDbrn kretrhman. M.vnssses
Kratramasj, and the wi.low and neirsof C'hrlattaa
Imlis. deoeascd :
Tak Noticx that aa Inquest win be held oa the
premises, In the township of Elkliek. In the Bounty
of Sowjeraet, aa Thursday the Kb day of Septeiav
ber, ltm bribe purpose of making partftiiauf taw
following real estau ta ami among the aawvw aanv
ed narties. vix : a tract of land eontainlna- JK
aerea, situate In Elkliek township, warranted in
the urns of Thomae Chary, II the name eaa be j
done without prejudice to or spoiling the whole: j
otherwise fcCiaiue and appraise thai
to law. at wnk-k ti
you think pnnier.
and place you may attend if
Sheriff s rfnee. 1 JOSIAH SHAFKK.
LE to ACCKPT or IlKFUSE
Trus Rlnglrr. Susan Bash. B. L. Ringler,
Ellxa Kingler, H. H. Ktngler. John Kingler,
Amamla, intermarrleal with Wm. HulL George
Kingler, and Mary Elisabeth Kingler:
Yov are hereby ma I bed to appear at an f
phan's Court, to beheld at Somerset on Miavlay the
Btn day of Septemlwr next, te accept or refuse the
real estate of Oeorge atlnrler dee d at the apprais
ed price, or show cause why the same should not be
' Snerirs Office. ) JOSIAH SHAFER.
Somerset. July Si, T2. ShcnC
4PMINISTRAT0R S NOTICE,
e of John E. Wlrslng. late of Addison town
Letters of mlmlnistratlon on the above estate hav
log been granted to t be undersl gned. notice Is here
by given to the Indebted to make immediate pay
incut, and tboee having claims against it will pre
sent them, duly authenticated for settlement at the
late residence of said deceased. In Petersburg;, on
Saturday, September 7th. 1471
July 31. Administrator.
Lctten of Administration na the estate of Mary
Tedrow. late af New Centreville borough, Somer
set County, deceased, having been issued ta the un
dersigned, by the Kcglster of said eouoty. I hereby
give notice that I will attend at the reaklence of
Mary" knaide, in said borough, oa Saturday, the
3Rth daynf September neit. when thM Indebted
to said estate are requested to make par mem. and
tmve having claims against laid estate will pre
sent thru fur settlement.
August ZTth, 1372. Administrate-.
Ice hi hereby given to alt Dens concerned as
lea-atees. creditors and others, that the t-llnwtnir
accounts have passed Register, and that the same
wilt tie preeeutea toreuuhrmatlon and allowance!
an Oriibane' Court, to be held at Sumertet. in aad
sptemSeTisfs: ""-7.- hda, of;
First and final account uf William Earner, adm'r
oi Ainert Anarews. uecu.
First and enai account 'of jaob jfeir and sin help from foreign lands, and to the appeals of our own coantrvmen w ho Lave
Xr&l'nJt'y$L admrof!u,reml ,ike direfuI calamities, we call upon yoti in behalf 'of this suffering
Tv,tt,wser.dee-d. Jl j but hopeful people FOR AID SUBSTANTIAL AII. Your charities will
First and partial account of Josenh II outer, ex.
i ecutor ol Alex. Hunter, sr.. dee'd.
Final account ol Jacob Herkev. evee'r of Al-r
Vhmr of Charles
V . ;wevera. oec o.
a t . i. ...i t ,v ,
L 7'.,lri JoM,h CaMe, Trustees
r'"-. . , . , c
AT""1 1 .Ab,,Tw P'"rba?h. admrof Susan-
i ; .
! L! . 1 " Khman, truree he. of Daniel
. ' . . . . , .
Zelgler. dec d.
Parties account of J.n S, Hcfflrv exec'r of
Samuel Hefflcv. dee'd.
' irst soc t of Jhn Orlfflth. adm'r of D. R. Lew.
First accint nf William Bender, adm'r of John
First an-l anal account of O. L, and Sallv Buech
ly. executors of Wm. M. Bueclily deed, who was
executor of Abraham Buecblv. dee'd.
KmiSTER s Orrtrx. ( D. J. HORXER.
Somerset. Pa., Ang a. Register.
PMINISTK ATOM'S NOTICE.
Estate of T bunas Jenaings. late of Lower Ttrkey.
f iji., oeeeaaet :
Eettrrs of a.lmlnlstratiicass(csasieafoaar;a.
on the above estate havinir heew muntiiu
signed, notice is hereby given to those indebted to !
i w uiaae imineiiiaie pavment, ana tboae having
claims agamst it will present tkea to' the under
slirueil r.r settlement, at hU reselenoe, on the tuth
day of keptetnbes, Ur. ' J. B. J KNNINOS,
f a ?- Admialstrator.
partncr-hln heretofore evllr.a betweea tna
andemigneil in themercantilhusinela New On.
tervllle. Somerset county. Pa., was dlsaoived by
mutual consent the SrM dav of May. 1872. Tbe
oouaa are in no nanus oi .tisse ought fur eollee
lloa. All accounts must be settled within 30 da vs.
or they will be collected bv process ef law
SIMON VOl OHT.
MARTIN" H. HAETZELE.
August 17th. 1STX.
M I N I ST KA TO K ITSlit 1 C rE"
Estate of Samuel P. Blttner, late of Summit Tp.
Letters of administration on the abuse estate
having been granted tne undendgned by the proper
authority, notice is hereby given to those Indebted
to it to make Immediate payment, and those hav
ing elalmaagalost It lo present them te the under
signed lor settlement and allowance, at the hue res
idence of said deceased, on Saturdav. September
Hta, 1ST! JACOH S. HlTTNER,
Aug. 7. Administrators.
eueas. the Hiasorable Willi w M H tL
President of the several Courts of Con ay plea
of the Counties composing the sixteenth Judicial
Irtstriet. and Justice of the Conns of Over and Ter
miner an-l Oeneral Jail IMivery. fur tbe trial uf
all capital and otberaUrnderf In tbe amid IMrtriet,
and Eawis A. Trnxca and J.-up Mowbt, Ea.
1 u Ires. Ja.lgrs of tbe Courtsol Cominoa Preaa. and
Just)ors wf tbe lluurUof tlyeraad Terminer, and
Oeneral Jail Iielivery. for the trial of all capital
and other oSendera in the County of Somerset. Lave
issued their precepts anil to me directed, for hold
ing a Court of Common Pleaa, and Oeneral Quar
ter 8rasb of the Peace, an-l Oeneral Jail Deliv
ery and Courts of Oyer and Terminer, at Somerset,
Oa Xoaaay, ftcptr enter Sta, 1S73:
Nrmrg fs errrfty eirca to all the Justices of the
Peace, the Coroner and Constables within the said
(Vmnty of Somerset, that they be then and therein
their proper persons, with their rolls, records, lnq st
ations, examinations, and other remembrances, to
dotbose things whk-h lo their offices ami in that
behalf appertain to be done; and also, they who
will prosecute against tbe prisoners that ar or shall
be In the jail of Somerset Countv. to be then and
: there, to prosecute against them as shall be Just.
SHiwrri urnri I JUSUH HaI ta.
Somerset, Aug. 14,
1ST OF CAUSES,
Put down for trial at September Term. 1ST1. com
mencing Monday, September Sth i
WeH H. T. vs Cougbenoqr tf vL
same vs New John et al.
.Mostoller Daniel vs I'asebrer iiarrisoa.
1 toucher John vs Trimpe I.
Sehlag Henry vs Uolbora h Baer.
Koonts Freilerirk vs Shrader fc Bearl
State Bank vs lnneld John.
Sanner Charles vs S. a M. P. R. B. Co.
Baker John Ii. vs same.
Cmnelly E 8. vs Jenkins Isaac A.
Holland John rt Jones Shauley a Co.
Ttewees Wm. H. vs Sharer Jostah.
S toner John O. vs StonerCharlee' 1mIum
Turner L. A.'s Asslimeea vs Stockdale. Smuk a
Co.. et sU
Same vs Slick A Blackbarn.
Same vs Elhart, Wits h Co.
Same vs Elhart. Lownspach fc Co.
Flick Samuel vs Benford a (k
Schell A KlmmW vs Claveomb Henry,
Snyder S. P. v Lsopidd'a Km.
Neville lieorge vs Morgan WUllaav
Berkey Imalai vs rkh Joseph.
Shank Henry vs Zimmerman A. L. et al.
Boyer Clari.sa vs Baer H . U. et a I.
Lowdermilk Tboa. vs Met bleary WMMam et ak
Hover Benjamin VS Treealer Joseph.
Klmmel James vs Mostoller IfanleL'
Harah W. at. vs dweitser Hlmon et aL
Wadawortk Joseph vs Stahl John H. et ax
Schlrer Adam vs Roddy a Findlay.
Name's use vesame.
Sullivaa Michael vs same.
Sine Jacob's nee vs Klmmel Singleton.
Fox Samuel's use vs Turner L, A.
Trent Willum vs Dunham a Fox
Senft Louis a Oe. vs leaver Jacob s Oarnlshees.
1MJ George vs Reed John k Margaret.
Prevere Jacob vs HobHtsell William.
w , ts"' HoNitsell Brace.
Llchty Jonas vs Sal. a Halt, R. R. Co.
Phllaua Samuel vs Wilt Samuel
Philsoa Samuel a Co. vt same.
Hay Philip ve Roddy Joh D.
r-arueet h lsslp rt Kaaasparger !Uoan.
Somerset, Pa., uth Aug. TI
A STEAM ENGINE.
With Two Boilers.
Has for sals for the scaaa of 1972,
KELLER Seed - Drill,
WITH OH WITHOUT
Moat TSBYSCT and Durable Drill
Now la the market.
It will be te tbe nrterest ef Farmers to vail aad
see It at his farm-house la Somerset, before pur
cbaslng any other. aag.T.
SOIklERSET RELIEF FUND.
SjCOAL, IRON, FIRE -
Nearly One Million Dollars
IN FlItST-CI.ASS rit01EHTV
SHAKES OF TWO DOLLARS EACH.
To Which is Added
A Fund of Fifty Thousand Dollars in Cash,
All ttrbe divided amonjjst .Shareholders as a majority may lf
rect at a meeting to beheld on the 421th October, 172.
TO THE Jr U JdXjIO :
At a puhlic meeting LeM ttL? Court IIou', in the Ixrou?h of ,Sonierf t.
on Friday, the 10th day of May, a. p., 1872, the undersigned were appoint
ed a committee to present to the public a lrief ctatcmciit of the terrible dis
aster inflicted upon the town, by the recent destructive fire, and appeal f.-r
aid in behalf of our suffering people. In diseharjfinfr this duty, we will en
deavor to convey a faint idea of the fearful calamity in a.- few words as ih-
sible. About four o'clock P. M.. on
in the western part of the town ; a fierce wind wa. blowing at the time, and
all efforts to check the flame proved futile. In less than two hours this
once beautiful town was laid in allies. The extent of ground over which
the destructive element raged i alxut thirty acres in the central part of the
town, including all the stores and hotels rave one of each ; all the bank
and offices, including two printing offices, all places of business exempt 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 th
wealth of the place is utterly destroyed. The fire raged w ith such relentle-s
fury that the terror-stricken people had to flee for their lives, and consequent
ly but little of personal property was saved. Indeed, nianv escaped with
no other clothing than that upon their person at the time. To a large num
ber of the sufferers it is a total lo.-s of every thing they po-eed, and th y
are left houseless and homeless, w ithout a thinir in the world and dependent
upon the public for bread. Others, ujon 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 i-bort of a million of dollars, ami tie total
tmount of insurance will not exceed
Generous public, that in the past
confer a lasting favor upon them, and we sincerely hope that in the exercise
of your liberality and gencrosity,"it will be like" the quality of mercy, '-nt
j strained, but twice blessed, blessing
V f '. L. I 4 L' T- . t'
.un-iiat i a. ,-iauner, r.wi., oi noiuersei, i a., i. ine i rea-urer ! ine l.t
Committee, to whom contributions can l .ent.
WM. II. KOONTZ, .- CotQiuittee.
The above are the apea!s of a suffering1 communitv, and tho WeI'eronrir
Coal, Iron, Timljer and Fire-Clav Companv. of Welltr-burg-, Somerset Co.,
IV, propose to deliver to the Relief Committee all the profits Dri.-'in;r fmra
the sale of share?.
Somer.-et. Pa., June 20tL, 1S72.
Mr. JAMES LE FEVRE. Secretary.
Dear Sia Your of tbe 11th iu.t.
received, Ajnreciatinjr jour kind regard- for our puffering' people, we grate
fully accept your tender of donation of $75,000 or more out of the j roeeeds
of the sale of your Wellersbur? or Somerset county land?, for tbe benefit of
the sufferers by the late ealamitou fire that laid our town in ruins.
Br order of the Relief Committee.
A. II. CorraoTH, Secretary. I. WEYANP, Chairman.
Wm. M. Schroek, Somerset, Pa., is the authorized ajrnt for Somerset Co.
HE rXOREDIEVTSTH AT PtlM.
,PIKE KUSAOALIS are published on
!every package, therefore It Is aat a secret
PHTSiaiXS PBESCBIBE IT.
It Is a certain cure for Scrofula. Svi.blli.
'l. .11 l,. L Uk I - I ...
aiKianima, aim in
seases. IJver Complaint aad ail diseases
of the Blood.
C2TS B07TLS ef 2CSAlDALiS
win do mors good thaa ton bottles of the
Syrups of Sarsapanlia.
Tha Undersignad Physicians
have ased Sosadalis ia their met ice for
the past three years, and freelv eu-lorse
ft as a reliable AlteraUve and llbod Pu
riae. DR. T. C. PVGH. ef Bahnaore.
lr. T. J. BIJYKl.N,
fR. R. W. t'AKH.
I'K. F.a DANXF.LLT-
DR. J. S. SPARES, of Xk-lsdasvilie.
DR. J. L. M CARTHT, Columbia,
DR. A. K NOBLES, Edgeeomb, N.
USED A5D O DOES ED BY
J. E FRENCH A SONS, FaU River,
F. W. SMITH. Jsrkvia. Mich.
A. r. WHKELER. Lima, Ohio.
H HALL. Um. Ohio.
CRAVEN a CO.. tronlonsville Va.
SAM LO. Mt FADDEN. Murfreesbum,
I Our space will not alhw of anv extewil
eil remarks in relation to Ike virtues of
Rosadalis. To tbe Mollcal Profession
I we guarantee a Fluid Extract superb
to aay thev have ever ased la the treat
Iment of diseased Rlood : and to the af
jSlcted we aay, trv Radalia, aad you
.wtl be restored tu health.
Rosadalts is add by
Price SI S per bottle.
DR. CXE1EXTS k CO.,
, BALTEdORE. MD.
CoMtitioa i PeisjlTaiiii
latiaa Fxaoalaar aa Aaa
adaaeat to the Coaatitatiamaf Ptaa.
te at Irsefved ty fas Sea are aad Bowse of Crx
rsaratofiscs of the iraanstss a feaasulew
aie in Craeraf A uenotj met. That the following
amendment of ta Ciaatitutloa of thk Common
wealth he paopnasd to the people for their adoption
or rejection, pursuant to the provisions of the tenth
article thereof to wtt:
Strike out tbe sixth section of the sixth artk-le
of the Constitution, an-l insert in Ilea tbervof the
following: "A State Treasarer shall be ehvsen by
the qualified electors of the State, at such times
and sir sack term af service as shall be prrscritied
bylaw." WILLIAM ELLIOTT,
Speaker of the House ef Representatives.
JAMES S. RUT AN,
Speaker of the Senate
Arraovni The twenty-second day of March,
Aano Domini eae thousand eight haielrad aad seventy-two.
Prepared and certified for publication pursuant
to the Tenth Altkde of tbe t tinstttuttoa.
Secretary of the Common wearl ft.
UAVo Secrets rv oi the tVataMawealth. 1
Harrisourg, Jane Jtta, r.X jul3
JLE to ACCEPT or REFUSE.
annah. Intermarried with Kkhael Sheet, re
siding at Iiuatoa, Lawrence county. Ohio. Ellsa-
Ketn, Intermarried witb tidwanl smouse, rcai
dlng la Preston county. West Virgin ta, Marga
ret, Intermarried with Alex. Wagner. Cat bariue.
Intermarried with Smith, aod Sapth leha-
ea, the mat three heirs rer al rag at lsealua, Law
rence eoanty, lhk
Yov are herebv notial to armear at as Or
phans' Court tu be bebl at Suraerset. oa Monday
the Mh dav of September next, to accept or refuse
U ew aera as (wwih -
day of September next, to accept or refuse
I eaiate ef Jacob Itebevea dee d at the ap-
price, or show eause why tbe setae sbowld
not re soin.
Seert Vs Office. i J081AH SHAFER.
Somerset, July , 13 i Sheriff.
ARMS FOR SALlv
"nwillssUat poblle sale, ea S ATCRDAT, tbe
Oa day ef September 17 the .l lowing tracts of
mad. eiiuated avUes west of Shanksvtlle. fn Sto
nyrreek township, known as the Uarcklcy larms :
Na E Onatalnlag lei acres: about St acres clear
ed; tbe balance well timbered; adjoining I'asuer
Xellar aad ether.
No. S, Cowtamlng ss acres: ea acres etmreil. and
the balance aieely covered wUh ehoice Umber, such
aa ptoe, eheetnut aad whito oak.
Oaatainlaa- about TO acres
; S aerea cloar-
so. and lae balance weU timbered.
Ita A CWilatag as aerea: a acres cleared, and
the ha lanes also well timbered.
The above tracts are all umler gned cultivation,
well watered, aad nicely situated for Mock and (a44e-
ireaTlahmi .rat, eaTe. tLeoa th.
hand aeoaev hr Dartna the iaiaassi.
Terms made kaow- ga dav of sale.
S Isle to jiaarnr at f o'clork. r a.
V, DANIEL MOSruLLER,
CLAY AND TIMRER-
Thursdar. ninth of Mav. a fire broke out
one hundred thousand dollar.
has responded so nobiv to the crv fr
him that jrire- and him that take
t, .1 n. ,
ni'THE WOKKIMJ CLASS, male or 6ma'.f.
A t" a week ruaranteed. Rcstiectable em;i"y
ment at home, day or evening no capital repuin-d :
full lnstructiim.. and vaiualde pwkage of ie.ls to
start with, sent free by mail. Address. wih .?ent
return stamp. M. TOl'NO a CO.,
1 t'curtUUndt St., New Ws
A0EJTT3 WASTED- the lives s
msaofaaparusa. Over 40 8tael Portrait,
worth twice the cit of the book. Wanted everv.
where. Agents have wonderful succe. Scn-l lor
circular. Address ZIEirLER a MctTRDY.
51S Arch Slxeet, Philaiielpbia. Pa.
treatw Wanted f.,r the Autobiography
The best art. I onlv F-li'i.Ti written v himlf- snd
for our l872tAHPA14.'.W1.4rAI-.abook
of the ttoies for all parties, lilustratct. tinenscnt
sold 90 in three days. Al. for Headlev's Lil nf
President Orant. and Splendid Steel Pnrtr.ut. of
I 'amiidates. :) a month mad. E. B. TK K T
Publisher, oui Bruadway, New Vork.
Uu rirapraiall Uiaist-isn
Double Elevateil Oven, Wanning Closet. Bn iUr -f
Door. Fender Guard. Itimpinic a ShaWiM tin".
Direct Draft. FTLLER, WARREN klli-i4
Water Street, New York.
L. R. NORTON,
JEWETT al C.OOUMAX
IIS Kaaithttcld Street.
Opposite New City IUU, PITTSBVKQH. PA.
rul3 Send for Illustrated Catalogue.
JCONOMY IS WE.ILTH.
To lhr ladiow.
TRT ONE OF
Bless Sz Drake's
Improved Patent Sclf-Hcatin;
Wit h inC-t becomin
a unlrersal Uvoritc tbe
This Iron ciitributes Its full share toward ecrn
omy m ibencstie life, and Is well worth the atten
tion of every housekeeper. It Is heated sunplv bv
a tire hvlle. like an ordinary stove. They arc ,d"
dlitcrcnt sizes, wehtbaus fsom Sve to eicht pourvt.
It saves one Ihipl the time an ironing is -iuoe with
much less fatigue no danger of smutting the
clothe, ami when truesle they have a mat h bet'er
It lends to the lriaer a great degree of omf. r.
since, by the use of u. hot rooms are avoSlett. and
the person Is not ur)-ted to the alrwwt tn'urfer
bie heat of a stove or furnace aa warns went her.
A sufficient proof of tne satistaa-tioa whk-h tt.
gives, and the rarv-r with which K is rrceivrd. h tlio
alreaaly lanre ami still inervasuig demand S-r It.
aad whk-h tells bow fast it ia euaiiag iaut general
use throngbont tbe rMiiury.
Nut oniy are the virtues of the lraa apprerkitcil
at arase. but the true worth of It Is bccomiru u at
parent every here, that tbuasuads of them are Bo w
being sold to various foreign emtntrie.
Such Is tbe eun&lcuce d the manufacttirn In
the excellency of this ima, that they aay it onlv
weeds a trial to prove ksett valuable to everv boute
keeper, and we warrant them to give aatista.-tk It
tbe directions are fully observed.
d-.Ve reae a Iron rrewired ' ONE hew
aU that la aeoeiwary for a nuail v. as K ran be kei i
cos taut ly not while in use. aod only repumng
fTSS font's tTTSth Hf nmml fns m
Uas UdU t n .Uia Ui ValiU liil la Uwsi..
"I would md be witbt this Iron for mo. if I couid
get anntner. is the exrlaaaatien ol those who
the litele woadcr.
TRT IT! TRT IT:
Se F utt iirrefieiu sacfesed in rack irew.
For sale by
FRANK H. SrFALL.
August ISth, 1T3. Sumerse,,p,.
Fmlerk ii Ek-burn. lata W ElkJbck towa-
Letters of admlnist ration on t a above etate hav ing
been granted Ibc arnlerwasd hy the proper au
tborltv. n.ice is berehy Slau to ttkam indeMol to
it to make Immediate payment, and th havg
claims against It to psrsant them, dnly aathemu-a-ted.
for settlement to tbe under grwd. al the lat
reiddence of lae derrased, oa Saierdav, the Sita
day at jit'yseaibc 1STX
August li. Admimsumtoc
Holli(la VibarjT SCIlliliarr.
F CatalcgTiee. terms, snd reference. Mres
REV. JLEPH WAVGH,
aagM-lm Hulli.lsyn.urg. Pa.