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The Somerset Herald.
GKORUK R. SCULL. Editor.
V VllNt;sl, AY
"Mr i .-rz" Wliil!-, of IS.vtn, Mass.,
., n Uy tisior at Sheriff Hartr-cll's.
!,-. j: Ki.-.u.ia. iif Pittsburg, is
x i i:it it- NiiiiTM-t n-UUvc
F Henry Kwrh is reported a
nli 'll his ,,oin '" JennertowlK
V,-. J M. Uerkey and family, of
j..'l!n-t.."ii, re visiting with Berlin rela-
Mr Iran- 11. of Meyersdal, in
visiiincHtllie home of Uv fitt-bor-J. B.
Mr J.ilni Bwiu has returned from
;e:tyl.urg Colles for the summer
ac .!i "' t
lr. Harry S. Newlin. of McKoesport,
lias 1" spnJin8' several days with
S mier-et friends.
Vrs. John W. i-re, of Denver, Col., is
- fnVt at the home of her cousin Editor
Mii Kve H. Bristow baft accepted a
p,i.,ti.n as teacher in one of the Jolins
t ,n ciiy schools.
Mr. Joseph R. I'atton or Pittsburg, is
visiiin. ' tue boms of her parents-Mr.
and Mrs. John H. lb-
yiss Mary Kooser, who spent the win
ter Ne 'ork P"1--'" her -rt studies,
returned home on Saturday.
Misses Urae ricking and Marion
AY right have returned from a two week
i,:t ith Chicago relatives.
Tb-ir'tS Monday, attracted only a
miku! r.wd of out-of town people. The
performance was very creditable.
Mrs. James Snyder, of Minneapolis,
M mi;., is a guest at the home of her par
ent., -Mr. and Mrs. Uoorge Cunningham.
Musi's Hattie and Nellie Kboada, of
I 'ill. are visiting at the home of their sis-ltM-Mrs.
Simon Ilensel in Johnstown.
Tlit- members of Somerset Council
i;.,yl An-.11r.1m will give their aunual
lats.met on Wednesday evening, June
Mrs. I'o.nr r.t'tsh and f.i:iiily of Beaver
Citv. N'':' . arJiU't t b i.ne of the
f hut's parents -Mr. and Mm. Oliver
At tlie lx'trinnii'lt the fiscal year,
J.ilv 1U the salary of the Somerset
l.tst:u;sier will be increased from Jl.tiOO
1 . sl.7" a year.
Then' will I services in the Presby
terian Church, on Sunday, Juno .l. The
pi-i.ir iii preach lit the usual bvut
morning and ev cuing.
y.r. a:i 1 Mrs. K 1 ar. Street, of Brook
t vii. X. Y., arrived in town Friday, and
a:.-s!.o;.iugat the homo of tha hitler's
in uli'-r Mrs. Klin Mussulman.
P..tiii i-lr John S:ein, of Kick wood,
l,:n been draw 11 to si;rve a a juror at the
11 xt term of the United States Iiistru-t
Court, which meets at Krio, in October.
letters addressed to the following
named persons remain at the post otliw
nnraiUvl for: Bse, Frank K.; Koch,
Hotter; Kister, Win. l'orter A Porter;
Mr. Marcel lus II ol brook and daughter,
of Springfield, Mo., spent last week at
the home of Judge y J. Baer, stopping
here after a tour of the eastern and south
ern cities. Mr. Holbrook is a native of
S mierset county.
Continence is preparing for a monster
(Icl.raiion on Saturday, July 31 The
ices tr the Salisbury Cornet Band
line lieen engaged. Among the attrac
tions will le a fancy dress parade by a
I k-! order of unpronounceable name.
Tao cows an 1 a h.irse, thi property of
Henry Kishelerger, of Addisou town
ship, were killed by lightning Sunday af
ternoon. The animals were grazing in a
tic! J iie.tr a barb wire fenea, when the
eiedrie current struck the fence.
A large crowd witnessed the ball game
ecti Cumtierland and Berlin, on the
grounds of the latter, Saturday afternoon.
'uiiilierlaiid wasn't iu it from the ouUstarC
The -..re was G to i iu favor ol Berlin.
Hall and Xiavis occupied the points for
Miss Auuie, youngest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Arisman, of Jenner
t m nship, and Mr. Henry G. Fritx, of
Johnstown, were united in marriage at
tiie home of the officiating clergyman,
Uev. s. C. Long, in Jenuertown, on
Thursday, Juue loth.
Mr. Kred B. Shaffer, a member of the
jum..r class Franklin A Marshall College,
is Home for the su miner vacation, which
he will spend with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron K. Shatter in Jenner town
ship. Krel slaud in the first division of
Final examinations begin to-day at the
California Sute Normal. The graduat
ing class comprises 73 members, among
w bom are the following Somerset counti
ans: Messrs. Augustine, Burroughs,
oni.u.ii. Cober, Meyers, Witt, John
Mi lore and James Moore.
A t ioietit hail and wind storm passed
five miles north of town between 4 and 5
i-ioi-k Sunday afternoon, uprooting
orchards and scattering fens iu all di
rections. At Daniel lUer's iKt less than
" iarg-' apple trees were torn from the
groiiinl. The roads were blockaded at a
iiumln-r of points by fallen trees.
There is a landlord down at Confluence
w h 1 has l,eeii a mighty hunter iu bis day.
Ii: a ret-out conversation with a proiui
'1 -nt s iiuerset attorney, be pointed to a
1 '' oak tree a:id declared with proer
soVmnity, that during the past forty -two
y-ars he had shot not less than 8 liarrels
"t grey Muirrels from iu branches.
fhildreii's Iy was celebrated in the
hanksville Lutheran Church, on Sab
JitU evening. The house was crowded
with specutors who thoroughly enjoyed
!-well prepared program. A specially
attraitive feature of the exercises was tbe
music rendered under the direction of
Mr. Jaeul, Walker. A genoroua collect
ion was lifted for the benefit or the Luth
The hundreds of friends of Trending
j-' l'-r Theodore Bach, of the United
J-vangeli.-al Church, will bo sorry to
learn that he is confined to bis home in
Jl.villllltUi(,uirering frolu tho effout8 (f
a stroke of paralysis, susUined one day
stweek. His condition is reported as
being of an alarming character. Elder
l- h isalwut.Vlyeaniofage and is one
ol the ablest and most spular miuisters
"I the Kvangelical denomination.
The Se.-oud Annual Convention of Sun-ayS.-h.ilsof
the County will meet at
nf!ueiice,on June 24 2T,. Mr. J. W.
. uo was present last year, will
Present. C. J. ;ephart and Itev. II.
l . Loop, two of the best known Sunday
"dentin the State will aho be
lci'U All Sunday Schools are request
er U' Jlte-. Tbe people of Con
will provide for their eutertain-
u U s the matter with Somerset get
U JeuMinstratiiw for Saturday,
" y d. A county bir'cle meet bas
'""n leJ.ndM there is not loss
" ,,M beeln.en in the county a gatb
nZ of the kind would Uri t . 1B.
0 0- Local business men should take
".atu-r iu charge and arrange a
-n of ra.-es for the alternooo, with
'UUe prizes. ,D j fora Uutern pjlfde
iy hel,Ueo in tbe evening. The time
U ,n u 4 require prompt action.
June 16. ISH7.
nova. Dun lap and Welch w ill exchange
pulpiU next Sabbath. The former will
preach at Will's Church, at lO:) A. M
and at Friedens, at . 1. M. The latter
will preach at Buckstown, at 10:. A.
and atShanksville, atifcOO r. M. Itev.
Welch served the Lutheran congregation
of Shanksvilte for a pi-ri d of II years
and bis numerous friends in that 1 it-inity
will accord him a heaity welcome. Itev.
l'tmlap, of Sii.iii!i tile. U as'.iauger to
lsth the Will's and Friedens congreg i-tions.
Owing to the critical illness of Presid
ing Klder Theodore Bach, Rev. Yoder
finds it necessary to defer tbe Children's
Pay exercises announced for next Sun
day until Sunday, 27th insU, when ser
vices will be held at Llcbty's at 10 A. M ,
and at rioa-sint Hill at K P. M. Kev.
Yoder will supply the appointment of
tbe Presiding Klder next Sabbath at
Grecnsburg, !'., and Itev. Iloupt will
preach to the Somerset congregation at
7:30 P. M.
William Christuer and Miss Lizzie
Iane, both of near Garrett, elopnd on
Sunday to Froatburg, ML, whre they
were married. (.'bristlier bad visiu.nl
Cumberland a few days before and pro
cured a marriage license. The same
couple eloped about two years ago when
they were arrested at Pittsburg at tbe
instance of tbe young lady's father and
she was sent home. The bride and
groom are popular young people and
have the liest wishes of their many
The newly orgauized base ball club
have leased a lot in tbe west ward, which
they have scraped and rolled until it is
in perfect condition for tbe uational
game. A battery bas been engaged for
the season and is expected to arrive here
this week, meanwhile the other mem
leas of the club will practice daily. Mr.
J. B. Winters will manage the team and
be expects to announce several games
next week. The club is composed
throughout of excellent material and will
make a dosperate effort to appropriate
the laurels at present worn by Berlin.
Now that cattle and hogs are no longer
permitted to roam at raudotn about the
streets of this village can't the citizens
nite iu a petition ti the County Commis
sioners calling upon them to remove the
antiquated and unsightly iron fence en
closing tbe court h uso grounds and
throw them open to the public. The ex
penditure of a rery sin-ll suiii of money
would convert the court boose plot of
ground into a magnificent little park,
where the public and strangers could
nek rest and recreation under the shade
of luxurious trees already growing there.
In its present condition the court houso
square bears the appearauce of a poorly
kept p:tsturo field, and prosents an un
favorable comparis n with adjoining pri
The annual re-union of the Junior Or
der lTnited American Meek 111 ic will le
held in the grove close to Friedens sta
tion, on Saturday, July 31st. Arrange
ments are being made by Friedeus Or
der, N.. for the entertainment of the
large crowd that is expo;-ted to be pres
ent, and everything will lie done on an
el:ilsratc scile. Hon. J. I). Hicks has
signified bis intention of bain? present
and will lie the principal orator of the
day. Arrangements will be made for
excursion rates from all points in the
county. Friedeus has long enjoyed
tbe reputation of entertaining large
crowds and the J union promise to eclipse
all former efforts in this direction-on this
occasion. An invitation is extended to
the general public to be present.
The wedding of Joseph II. Bowman,
the Stoyestown merchant, to Miss Nan
nie Brubaker, of the same place, was one
of the prettiest events ever celebrated
in that ancient town. The ceremony
took place at 8 o'clock Wednesday even
ing, iu the Lutheran Church, and was
performed by Kev. Hiram King, of Som
erset. The attendants were Milton
Taylor and Miss Ktta Brubaker, and tbe
ushers Messrs. Noah F. Barnett, T. B.
SchUg, G. B. Brubaker, and I). L. Say
lor. Over three hundred people were in
attendance at the church. A reception,
which was attended by liK) invite : guests,
followed at the home of the bride's par
entsMr. and Mrs. William Brubaker.
Owing to tbe fact that the bride has only
recently recovered from a severe illness
the customary wedding trip was defer
red. Tbe Johnstown Democrat in its issue of
Monday intimates that tbe Roddy boys
will make another effort to establish
their innocence before sentence of death
is imposed by tbe court. The Democrat
says that counsel for the prisoners will
take depositions, which they will lay be
fore tbe Court when the proper time ar
rives, which will go to show. that the al
leged signature of J. M. Williams, signed
to a receipt offered in evidence for the
purpose of corroborating the testimony of
Mrs. Kila Overdorf, a w itness for the de
feuse, is genuine, and that Williams will
be produced in Court should another
trial be granted the defendanU. Mrs.
Overdorf, it will be remembered, testified
that she bad seeu tbe Roddy boys on tbe
afternoon of June 2nd, aud again tbe
same evening at tbe borne of their sister,
in Morrellville. Expert witnesses for tbe
Commonwealth testified that in their
opinion the name of tbe witness written
on tbe hotel register of tbe Meyers House
aud the signature alleged to be Williams'
were written by tbe same person.
The Pittsburg Post says: Great combi
nations and remarkable schemes are be
ing fathered by the competitors of tbe
Pennsylvania to obtain a shorter route
between New York and Pittsburg. It
bas baen demonstrated that a bee line
between Pittsburg and Philadelphia
would be only 01U miles long, whereas
the present route via Altoonaand llarris
burgis&Vt miles in length. It is now
given out that tbe Beech Creek Com
pany, which is controlled by the Vander
bilts, has secured possession of the un
finished Pennsylvania Midland roal,
which crosses Bedford aud Blair counties
from Cessna to a poiut near Altoona. It
is said the road will be li lishxl within
the next few mouths; also that the Beech
Creek is in a position to enter Altoona.
If correct. Ibis co.npaiiy will then be in a
position to tap tbe coal fields. The route
surveyed leads through a itortion of the
Dunuings Creek Valley in Bedford coun
ty, and following the face of tbe moun
tain for about 10 miles, strikes the sum
mit at a point near Daley, Somerset coun
ty. There bas also been surveyed a route
through Pa via, which, it is claimeiL is
a most excellent one for crossing the
Li. Benjiiuin Anderson, expired at his
home in Allegheny towuship, Cambria
county, on Friday morning, after having
been sick for a period of fifteen years.
His sickness resulted from a wound re
ceived in tbe army aud partook some
what of tbe nature ot paralysis. Deceas
ed was born in Montgomery county. Pa.,
fifty eijf it years a), where hi acquired
a good education. He came to Somerset
county at tbe latter part of the fifties and
secured employment as manager of a
lumber plant at Ashtola, in Paint town
ship. When Captain Patrick Grabaui
begaa to organize a company for tbe de
fense of tbe Cuion. be weut to Johns
town md enlisted as a private, but was
afterwards prevailed upon to accept the
position of Orderly Sergeant, and as
ucb he entered tbe service. These vol
unteers became a part of the bilh Keg ,
and w ben the first vacancy occurred An
derson was made a Second Lieutenant.
He was one of the coolest and bravest
men in tbe regiment. He was wounded
at tbe battle of New Market, a piece of
shell shattering his right leg, which
caused it to become several inches short
er than tbe left and rendered bitn a cri;
ple lor life. After tbe war IX Anderson
engaged in farming. He is survive.) by
bu wife and aeveu children.
RepublicanPriniary Election Fund
Statement of Auditinff Committee of i
Eeceipts and Expenditures
A Complete Refutation cf tha Fertisteatly
Circulated Lie at to the EUposi
tion of tail Fond and as to
the Amount ia the
While tbe party rules do not provide
for publication in the newspapers of a
statement of the receipts and expendi
tures of the primary elect ion fund, nor
was such a course contemplated by their
framers, it bas become necessary in order
that tho good name and fair fame of the
party bo not tarnished by the w ilfully
false and malicious statements as to the
misappropriation of ibis fund, made re
peatedly both by word of mouth and in
public print, that such publication be
Kver since the present rules were
adopted, so far as the writer's knowledge
goes, and he thinks it covers that entire
period, the County Chairmau's accounts
possibly with one exception were each
year carefully audited and certified by
tbe Auditing Committee and the result
announced to tho members of the con
vention of Committeemen at their annual
meetings. These reports have always
been kept by the several chairmen and
every Republican in the county has been
and is at liberty to inspect them.
During Ex-Chairman Biesecker's five
years' of service in that position every
peuuy of this fund was paid out by check
and an itemized voucher was taken for
the same, aud we presume his predeces
sors exercised the same care and caution.
When bis successor was elected he band
ed him a check for the balance in his
hands, f l7.l, and took bis receipt for
the same. These facts, as stated, are per
sonally known to a very large number of
the members of the party, as they have
seen and examined the audited reports,
aud all who have received any portion of
the fund know in what manner they re
ceived it and for what services rendered.
Notwithstanding all this, men who
were fully acquainted with all the faols,
and who have been honored with office
at the bands of the party, have malicious
ly and wickedly, in seasjn and out,
for years past, attempted to bring
odium upon the persons whom the party
had entrusted with the management and
conduct of Ils affairs, by circulating all
111 inner of lying rosrts, charging Mini
this fund was being diverted to other
uses than those for which it was iuleudod.
Within the past two weeks, men w ho
claim to be gentlemen aud pose as christ
ians, some of w hom have hitherto liorn
character as truthful men, have ridden
up and down the county itterating and
reilterating these malicious falsehoods in
a bootless effort to secure control of tbe
oauty organization. No later than last
week a gHerilla sheet published in this
town, in a lengthy fulmiuatioiu by a
we l-known attorney, falsely assert that
there is a largo sum at present iu the
hands of the County Chairman.
With a view to putting an end to this
sort or falsehood aud vii.;.,-ration tho
1Ii:iivi.i secured the consent -i Kx
Chairman Biesccker to publish an exact
copy of bis financial statement for the
year IS. Hi, as audited and certified by the
Executive Committee. Mr. Biesecker at
tbe same time protrered us for publica
tion his audited :uvounts for all of tho
five years be was Chairman, lit space
will not permit their publication at the
present time. They, however, can be
seen and examined at any time by any
reputable Republican in the county. The
statement follows :
Receipt and Expenditures of Eepnbliean
Primary Election Fund for 1B98.
Amount carried over from tI8 00
Amount received fromcandl
J. t Ixmrj- -.
J. M. Cover
11 K. Ilarnm.
A J. Semlwer
J:wol 1. Swmik
A .la ill S. Miller
lieorj;e J. Klurk... .
V M. Miller
Wm. II. Miller
Win. II. Siimier
l L. Meyers . . .
H. J. Howmnn
John D. Hay
Joseph Horner -
Israel Schrurk ....
Jacob i. Kim 111 el ..
Aaron K. Dickey ,
John S. Shatter
(iuhriel Good ..
I. I. Hraucher
M. H. Hiirtwll
John A. Waller. .
Win W. Itaker
J. K. we
irtorec K. Kinimcl... ...
W. N. Mow-r
John !I Snyder
Wesley W. HuvU ....m
K.J. kiHww-r .
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J C. lin.-ieey...
A. E. liny limn
snte II. Coleman...-.
J W. lit-k
Josiah I lierkey
Kretl W. l!ies-rker.
J. t'. Xaugie .
raid to (Somerset Herald 43 announce
ment cards at $."pvrr card f-'13 00
Puid to Meyersdiilc Commercial 4.1 an
nouncement cards at f "i per card Jl'l " 08
Paid Simon P. Xaugie, commit
teeman and return Judge, Paiut
township I 3 00
Paid Jacob J. tilotfelty, commit
twnun and return Judge, Salis
bury borough . -
Paid V. W . Whitaker, eoinuiittee.
HMD and return judge, Ojjle
Clerka , ,
Paid Adam H. KhalTer, comniit
Uvniau and returu judge, Jeu-
Clerks, 3 day
Kent . TllTTZlZTZZ Z.
Paid II. It. Bcul, committeeman
ami return judxc.Lnrimer town-
r I'. i it j
S W f 8 IB
1 71 11 21
ii 10 0.
2 M 12 T
ii K It:
1 Ul 10
uo e 00
I 0J 8 3
1 Ul 10 UO
2 00 9 41
7 j 10 aj
73 12 tW
1 40 13 40
1 Ul 7 00
7i 8 j0
1 Ui 7 TJ
I'sid Ihiniel Treutle, committee
man mul return Judire. Somer-lii-lil
broiii;h - , ,
Paid T. K. Pullin, commit Iceman
aud retuni JuJie, t'onlluence
Paid II. I Hay. committeeman
and return judge. Mi) ford town-
( I. rfcii
Mileage ,,, ,, ,,
Puid S. J ISownuin, coiiinilttee
man and return judge, North-
Clerk ,,, , . , ,, ,
Mileage ... , , ,, ,
Paid William 1-one. coinnillle.
man and retiiru judge, U ellern
burg buruugh... ,
Paid Joseph Si-hnx-k, eomin:l'ee
mun ana retuni Judife, Ursina
M 1 lesige ....... .
Paid Augustus Kami, committee
man and return Judge, Urcen
Paid J. R Baker, committeeman
aud return judge. Southampton
Uiwnship . .
Uatlu ,, ,,
Paid W. II. Ijindls, rommittee
man and return Judge, Mey era
MilB" , m
Paid Hiram Wable, eommittoe
mitteeman and rtturn Judge.
Ulaek towiiKhip 1
Paid" J. F. Henry, committeeman
aud returu Juugc, MlilUlcereek
Paid II. H. Witt, mmniltteeiruin
aud nsurn Jude, Caww-luian
- Celebrated for Its great leavening strength
and healthfulueaia. Assures the food against
alum and all forms of adulteration co -union
to tbe cheap brands.
KOTAL BAKING POWDFB CO KEW VOBK.
Paid Austin CrHchnVld. com 111 lt-le-
man and n-turn Judge, Ktx k
Mileage , ,. .
Paid II. J. Miller, committeeman
and return Judge, iuemahou-
inx No. 1
Paid D. V Kreger,commltteman
and return Judge, L'pper Tur
ke fikol towuahip
Clerka , ,
lU-nt . .1
Paid II. H. Rush, comuiltte-man
and return Judge, Ixjwer Tur
key Tim it luwnsliip
Paid I- A. EIlenlier)er, eommlt
Umwii and return Judge, Alle
PbIiI Kore Kaafuian, rominlttee
imin mid return Judge, lk usou
I'll id J. K. Melzgcr, commltt-e-m.111
and return Jude, tiueuui
lionlng township. No. 2 ..-
iit-iit 'lr"r '?
Paid J. J. Pile, committeeman
and retura Juilgv.L,iuiln Uiwu-
Paid M. ShiM-umker, eoiiiinlttis--limn
and r turu Jude, tsmi r
Mileuse .... . . . .
Paid C K. Knynian, -mmitteo-man
and return judge, llnrtli-
ers valley township
Paid K. II. KnepiH-r. minltt
man and returu jude, Il. rlin
Mileitge .- ... -
1. 1 W.J. Ikivls, ctinimDIei-tiiiiii
and returu jnde.Uk I.ick No. 2
Paid Kllsw-onh 1.1 11. commit Ut
niaii and returu judge, r-bade
township .... .. .
iieiir.l."."7.7.' .'..'. 1.
Paid George W. 41 rove, commit
man and n-turu Judge, stony
creek towushiii .....
Paid E. I-Swank.cominittis'msii
and re' urn Judg", CAineuiaugii
ties" uship .. .
Paid Herman ZiniTiieroian, iiu
nit Iceman and return judg--,
lU-n t ?.....
PaklJohn P. Voiiel. omniitte,
mau aud return judge,Kik lack
Milge ..... -
Paid C. N. Jflrrey. committee
man and return judge, Addison
M i l.ng'i . ..
Paid Jimn Kosa. committeeman
and retuni Judge, .New Ifeiltl
Paid I. W. Will, committeeman
and return Judge, New Centre
MiUnge ., -
Paid David Baker, committet
man and return Judge, Fair
Hoe township ....
Paid S. M. Saylor.commltteeman
and return Judgeummit town-
2 'jO 75
1 Ul T
I "aid Isaac Ankeny, committee
man and return judge, Iloovera-
Milage-. ., , ,,
Iaid A. J. Hileman. committee
nut u ami return Judge.boiucrset
Paid Ilavld I Wiand, commit
nutnand returu Judge, Jenuer
1 00 7 TJ
Paid M. M. Knepper. committee
man and returu Judge, Jellereou
Paid Charles A. Klmmel, Janitor
court houae (or meeting of re
Paid M. P. Burket, rent of elec
tion houae. Somerset township.
Paid Weorge M. Baker, computa
Paid Prank Ktntrman, computa
tion clerk aud preparing tally
Puid J. J. Walker.rentof electlou
house, Stoiiycreek townahip
Paid Somerset Herald, election
blanks, copies of rules, etc ,
Paid Meyeradale Commercial,
24,000 IK kets
Paid prank Stutzmun, clerk hire,
puttini; up and aeiiding out
blanks, tickets, etc .... ... .
Paid posuiirc tvecipt Ixs'ks, aui
tlonerj, etc. ...
I 3S7 40
We. the undersigned mcmbersof the Exec
utive C'Miimlttee. heretiy eertify tluit we have
ean-tully exsinim- the foregoing aeeounu
of Kred. W. ISIesccker, Ks Cliairuian of the
Itepublican CHinty Committee, and find
them to be correct aud true as above slated.
In testimony, whereof, we have hereunto
set our hands aud seals this liith day of
W. II. RANKER, (SEAL.)
H. II. MK!KK, (skau)
J, K. NAL'tibE, (skal.)
(NiTE-The rumniitteeman ft New Cen
treville borough was also Vice President of tbe
inoeliiigof the K-turn Judge and was unable
to get home the same day, so was paid for 2
dava. aa was the committeeman for Lower
Turkey-foot. In Jenner township the count
was not completed until Monday morning
aud the clerks were paid lor 2 days. The
clerks were also paid & each in several of
the other townships where the vote was unu
sually large and the count was i:ot completed
Ull some ilineBunuav morning j
The artist in Shepherd fc Kuykendall'a
window is attracting a great deal of pub
lic attention, and at different times during-
the day and evening tra.'flo on tbe
street is blocked by the crowds. The ar
tist is a genius.
Sick stomach means sick man or wo
Why not be wellT
S!.lr tmnaiili AmtM from nnnp fi vu
poor nourishment; means poor health,
r . 01 1. T : . : e J " . I
poor ivunuri. oiiaaei iijcnuvo vaii uiai
means neaun anu a wen siomacn.
If we could examine our stomach we
would understand why It is that so littlo
will put it out of order.
Rut, onlesa we are doctors, we never
see our stomach. We only feel it. We
would Icel it less If we took Shaker Di
Shaker Digestive Cordial makes your
stomach digest all the nourishing food
yon eat, relieves all the symptoms of in
digestion, act as a tonic and noon makes
you well and strong again.
The more you take, tbe less yoa will
fee! of your stomach.
At druggist, A trial bottle for ten
TEN DAY p
lit YJ a7 1 Ln I
Oenuine . Oil Paintlii
Every few days brings
away FREE TO ALL, charging wholesale prices (half the unual price) for
opportunity from Juue 12th to June 2J.
The weather may be warm, and ho it
is, but warm is a mild term at Fishi-r's
liook Store, for business is hot at this
always-on-the-go establishment. We
are pushing Hammocks, l:hy Ilugiex,
Fwliing (1kmIs ami light reading mat
ter, such as ail the popular " and KM.
Maga.ines and catchy Novels, Daily
CHAS. H. FISHER
Jos. Home & Co.
Oirer for the exclusive U-nelit of their
Mail Order Customers, the following
uu usual values:
AH Wool Dress Goods in fancy
checks and mixtures, 40 to oO inches
wide, 50c and Coc grades, 25c a yard.
Imported Dress Fabrics, iu the latent
and most stylish patterns and in most
ly .50 inch widthe, regular dollar and
dollar and a quarter goods, at 45c a
Fine White Dotted and Lappot
Swisses, )c aud 50c qualities, for 25c
aud 35c a yard.
Daintiest Dimities, in a number of
new patteruH, never sold before for less
than VZc a yard, for 8 cents a yard.
Very choice Foulard and printed
Crepe Silks, regular 75c and $1 00 a
yard kind, for 50c a yard.
Special reservations have been made
from these stocks for mail orders. Send
for samples early. The goods are just
as they are advertised. In fifty years
we have never misstated a value, nor
sold au inch of trash. Please mention
iu what paper you saw this.
5. 5-527 PENN AVE-,
Marble & Granite
ESTABLISHED 1878. THE OLD AND RELIABLE.
This is the 20th year of my busi
ness at Berlin, and I desire to
make it tbe banner year as to vol
ume of business. I have there
fore decided to let profit go, aud
as a token of my appreciation of
the large patronage that I have
enjoyed throughout the county, to
run the business in the interests
of my patrons. I have instructed
my malinger and salesman to fig
ure work at a price that will sim
Now is your time to buy to in
sure the erection of a first-class
piece of work at COST PIUCE.
JL H. KOONTZ,
r. C. 0LIINGER, Managar of Works,
J0HI 0. KEEFiR, Central falasmaa
Farmers and Stockmen, Attention.
For the benefit of those who wish to breed
to my Kstted Arabian stallion, notice is
hereby civen that lie will (lit ml at the follow
ing pliu-e throughout tbe ensuing season:
Lavansville, ilay W, , Juue , 10, l, Ii
Kd.e. May I t. 21; Jane 11, 21.
Hipexvtlle, May June i, U, 21,
Somerset, May 21, June 2, a, 11, 15, 2V, 20.
New Cculrcville, May i, -j; Juue 4, i, IS 17,
Tre'ut, May 26, 27; June 7, 8, Is, 19, 30; Julyl.
John h. (xiuntkyman.
Owner aud Keeper.
Estate of Holonion Judy, late of Jennertowo
borough, Humeraet county, IV, dee'd.
Letters testamentary on the abeve estate
having been granted to the undersigned by
the proper authority, notice la hereby glveu
to all person Indebted toxald estate to make
tunned late payment, aud those having claims
against the annie to preaent tnein duly au
thenticated for selilemenl ou Monday, the
6th day of luly, ls7, at the late residence
of dee'd, tu said borough.
Fred. W. Klaaecker, Executrix.
Iu re estate of Rose B. Bchell, bite of Somer
set borough, Somerset Co., I"a , dee'd.
Lei terser administration e. La. on theabove
estate having been granted to the undersigned,
by the proper authority, notice Is hereby giv
en to all peraona kuow.ng tliemselvea indebt
ed to said rsbile to make immediate payment
and Iboae having chiimn or demands aaptlost
the same to present them duly authenticated
for ettiemetil on Thursday, the 17th day of
June, A. II. 1887, at the store of P. A. Kchell
In Mouierset borough.
P. A. HCI1KLL,
Adiuinistralor e. t. a.
new attractive FABRICS to our store in Organdies, Dimities, Diess Goods, Underwear and Hosiery.
The styles make them desirable. Our prices move them.
WILL lie Riven away with every purchase of ONE DOLLAR at our htore, tiegininjfSatunlay Evening, June lth. With every purchase of ONE
DOLLAR we give you a coupon, entitling the holder to one of these elegant Oil Paintings with a small charge for the frame. We desire to
state that the Artist who docs this work comes to us backed by recommendations from the best firm in the country. Giving these paintings
Inch ALL WOOL BLACK CREPONS, the price
Inch HENRIETTA, 10 styles, the price
LADIES' BLEACHED VESTS, worth
Are Dear Buying.
5ff v r r v r v
It is all well enough to economize on
hair pins, collar buttons, etc., but when
you come to enconomizing on your health
its PtiOIt KCONOMY. Uuying cheap
(iroceriesis like sliding down from au
eight-story window on a straw rox.
Of II (iKK i:iUKS are the purest and
liexl you can buy.
If you are buying CiKOCKKlKS,
to take the bet is the cheapest.
Our aim is to keep the best and most
I'p-lo-dale stock of
Fancy and Staple Groceries in
aud at prices as low as you pay for
cheaper grade of Roods.
I v.... ..'in . .ti i:... :... .... .:i.
r. ... .i . 1 1 1 1 11 iiii in 1 l : 1 a
full supply of Catmetl Fruits and Veget
ables: Ileintz's Keystone OindiiiieiiLs,
Marvins Fancy Cakes and Crack ei a.
Chase A Sanborn's Celcbrateil Colfi.e,
Finest New York State and Imported
Sweitzer Clieese a Kpet-ialty,
Canned Meats, Sardine. Ac,
Franco Amerii-an brand Cannes Soups,
along with a full line of assorted ex
tracts for llavoring.
Armour's Kxtract of Ueef,
Kae's Olive Oil,
Piwtuin Cereal Coffee, and many other
articles that are usually kept iu a first
We are now receiving daily a
full line of Green Vogetables, Pine
Apples, Straw Berries, &c.
We carry a full line of wooden ware.
Scrub Ilrushes, Scouring Soaps, Ac, all
u ceded during Ilotinecleaning season.
We handle a large line of Fancy
and guarantee any of the following
brands to give entire satisfaction.
Our King's Best and
Are leaders on this market. We al
so carry in stock I'illsbury's I test ami
Vienna Flour, andean at all limes sell
you these brands at less than you can
purchase them elsewhere.
We carry the largest line of
Grain and Feed
In the county. We buy in large
quantities, which ctmb'es us to sell at
greatly reduced prices over our competi
tors. Give lis a call and inspect our line be
We aro headquarters for Lime, Oil,
Cement, Hay, Straw, Salt, etc
Highest prices paid for country pro
duce. POTATOES WANTED !
Cook & Beertis.
AAA A A A A A A A A
when you get samples of the wash
goods at 8, 10, 121, 15, 0e.
and note how pretty they are in style
and colorings. Look them over care
fully compare them test them thor
oughlyfind out how good they are
then see if you aren't surprised at the
prices styles for shirt waists, dresses,
and for children's wear. People want
dainty things and that's the kind we're
calling attention to.
Embroidered Linen Batistes
20c linen color grounds colored
striies and dots.
Finest French Percales, 1.5c double
fold splendid styles and goods for
American Dimities, 61 to 121c
Zephyr Ginghams 20c kinds, 32
Inches wide, 121c.
And more other kinds nice wash
goods than you'd ever expect any largo
store's collection to contain.
Write also for sample of new
choice wash silks at 2-5 and &c
BOGGS & BUHL,
8 TEN DAY
.TAKE A LOOK.
the frame. You can see them uialat
35 cents each, we sell TWO VESTS
Mrs. A. E.UHL
This is the season for
Lawns, Linen Batistes,
for dresses and waists.
A great stock of new
Stvle Silks for waists.
Beautiful Lace3, rib
bons and embroideries
to trim them.
Handsome made up
Shirt Waists and sepa
Latest style Collars,
Cuffs, Ties, Belts, etc.
Gloves, Silk Gloves and
A splendid assort
ment of Xoveltv Dress
Goods in Black and
colors for Dresses and
Largest stock of new
Stvlcs of Millincrv
Goods at lowest prices.
Somerset Iron Ms,
formerly Sointritet Mechaninul It'iu-.a,)
OPERATED BY A NEW FIRM,
Has been refitted with New Ma -hinery
and is now prepared to furoisu
Stoves, Plows and
Of all kinds on short notice.
Also builders of the
Barrett Gas Engine.
Best in use. Any size. Call and
We also carry a line of
and ENGINE SUPPLIES.
Having put in a new ami complete
line of Machine Tools, are now
able to do all class of work, such
as Ite-boring Cylinders, Planing
Valve and Valve Seats, or any kind
of Engine Work that may be re
quired. We earnestly solicit jour
work and will guaraafee satUfae
tiou. Othce and Works near the It. R. Station.
Somerset Iron Works,
Id the matter of the assumed estate of H I.
Putts, of Sluide twp.. sinitirHcl L'o Pa.
Notice Is hereby (riven, that S H. Potis law
executed a deed of vol untarv- assignment e
all his estate, real, personal aud mixed. I
the undersigned for Lie bent-fit of the credit
ors of sutd S. rt. Potts. All pervawi luueouni
. : .I 1 II..M. rill ni.V. In n.Mliut. latV-
meuland ihiate hiving r lulma or demanda
will present the same at the rvnldmce of tha
assltuee for sc-tllcmeoi and alio wiioec.
J. C. LAMBERT.
Col born Jl Col born. Asslauee,
AlUinicys for Asaosee- lalyr.O.
our store. A fplendid optiortunlty to adorn your home. We extend thin
for - - 35
Try Craia-0 ! Try Graia-0!
Ask your iroeer to-day to show you a
paekage cf liKAIN-O, the new food drink
that takm the plaee of oulfee. The chil
dren may drink it without injury aa well
as the adult. AU who try it, like it.
UKAIX-O haa that rich seal brown of
Mocha or Java, but it is made from pure
grains, and the most delicate stomach re
ceives it without distress. tbe price of
cotlee. 15c and j cts per package. Sold
y all grocers.
Republican Primary Election.
Tu the EthU.r t the MmrrMtt llc nhl .
Yiu wi!! U-aif annunr- th fMltmrinsj
naim-il xfiitti'Tiii u ui tuiitliLutit for Ht vn
im olhot lr.'iKiiHU't, mi the lU-publirun 1'ri
ftiary KU-tioiia u b Ueid ou
SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1897.
1L M. BKKKI.KY,
Chairman K p. i'iK Com.
t'nr l"fr Ihrrrtny,
J.l XASSKS S1IOEMA KEK,
Of Siitrrf t Twiiliij.
Sul'Jic? t the dieUion if the Kcpullli-un Iri
nry KHt,-Lin, t le h-lil aiunlay.
Vr Jry ('innniixiier,
El'llliAlM COLEMA A",
I J M internet Toirnfi!ji.
Sul j- rt t the 1-iin of tin- IVpuhllran Pri
imiry tf-li.m, to le ln-lil atunly,
Em' Ac.y err tu Mitte tirrntintt,
- . MILLER,
Of J'uckiciMMl Iliinm'jh.
Subject tothe decision of the R-puMicao Pri
mary Kleetion. to he held Salurday,
Juue Ji, 1SU7.
Fur Ih-lrgnte lit Stnte Vhi-ch'iimi,
J. H". MOSTOLLEE,
Of IJMI tlUtlntllilllf TlJICllltijI.
fubjeet to the i-elslo:i of Ihe IC'putillean Pri
mary Kk-etiou. to Im- tu-IJ rtuiur.lay.
J uue Ji, l-e7.
Eor Ih-li jute tu Stittg VoHveuhuit,
JAMES M. IVVEE,
Of SumtrM t Eironyh.
Subjert to the d-Hion of the Republican lrl
uuiry IcJcetUHi, to be Uell .Saturday.
June , l-4;.
The fiuar-tntee Trust Jt Safe i In the Court of
Is-pusit Co , Kxeculorand ! Comuiou Pleas
Tru.-ice under the will ot I inand forsom
Peter Le Kev rv, dee'd. I erset Co., Pa.
vs. '" No.i, Lee. T ,'sa.
Henry U Stewart, admlnis- J
trator ot J:tincs LeKevre, j
dee'd, etaL J (luEiuity.)
The undcrsiicned havinc la-en appointed
auditor in the above stau-d case, by the Court
of Common Pleas of Somerset county, to dis
tribute the fund iu the bands of W. II.
KiMintz, Km)., Kcceiver, to aud an ion those
lesully rntilitsl thereto, will attend to tbe du
ties of said appiHUtmeut. at the office of Col
born A oltn.ru. in Somerset, on Priday, July
9, A. 1. l-c7. when aud where all purtn-s Inter
est I'd ran attend.
A. J. CULIa RN.
I'DITOK S NOTK'H
In the matter of thees- In the Orphans'
tale of Ctsirl of Somerset
Joseph LK-hty, dte'd. j county. Pa.
Tlie underslsnetl anditor. appointed by tlie
Court ou the 4ih day of Jnne, A. 1. VsC to as-e-rutiu
advancements and make a distribu
tion of the fund In tbe hands of Thomas
LW-hty, administrator and trustee, to and
among tin? legally entitled thereto, hereby
Kivea notice thai he will sit at one oVlta-k p.
mut Wednewlay. tire llth day of July. A.
t. ItC, In his ottl.-e iu the IsMiHith of Somer
set, county and Suite aforesaid, for the pur
pose of attendins; to the duties of his ap
poiulaieMI. when and where ail pcrwais in
terested way attend if they see proper.
A. C. Uolbert,
Estate of Joha M inx. late of Shade
le tters of administration on the above ea
tate havlnn been granted to Us nmb r dgned
by the prwperauthisnty, notit-e i hereby giv
en to ail persons indebted to said estate to
nutke imtnediitte pay stent, and lluas- having
claim itainst Ihe same to prcaeut them for
at-ttlem-.'Ml. duly authenik-ilol, on Saturday.
July Id, I!, at the late residence of said
decedent ia shade township.
J. I MANliKS,
trrit j to ixvi-isToics.
The I?srJ if Sk-hisd IMrectora of Somerset
bonuli have ordered that fll-tlof laanta he
issued to pay for t he construction ? the new
Public Schaj Kuildiu, a:id lor tlie hcatinc
and plumbiu. tf the same. Said lamds u be
it ol ." eaeh. and one of i;.s U issue
1st July, Isi7, payable- one bond annually
Ihereaner or s.a:e r at olMai of the laatrd,
at four percent, interest. atyable annually.
Notice is hereby e iven tluit bitls lor pur
chase ST ull ta-part of said btMMls will be re
ceived by Ihe .-secretary at any time before
noon oL-situritiy Juue M,
Ju.A m cisiiC M.J. PKITr,
N'utiiv Is ben bv iriven that the nndorxicned
has inadeappllcathMi to the Secretary of In
ternal Allaire ftra warrant lor a tract of Ul.
impnMretl htssi alttutte In Summit Uwnshli,
Someraet canny, Pennsylvania, adjoining
lands of low alenuiuger and Jacob Itreiih-
eroti thee-ai. aud Miuck, miw Herman
Cbrislnertm Ihe-uulh, Joaeph Chrtatm r on
the west, aud Juiut latrcUy ou the uorth.
SLiy li. 117.
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.
In re estate of Alexander C XUore, dee'd.
The undersigned auditor, apnu4aed by the
awiiper autlHH-ity to distribute the assda.n the
Vuudsof the admlnislrators, to and ajuosig
t-aa legally enlilletl lliereto. hereby gtvt no
tice that be will sll in bis otlice iu Somerset,
-a lor the purptaa of attending lo the
duties of said appointment, on Tuesday
luly a, lV7, wheuauu wuercau ninia iu
xerested uii ty attend.
Kauite of FeUT Weimer. late of AHeht-nj
. .. t. : -I .an nni i I a-avlltal - rl"wl
(UW UBUlffH a era. s,s-... t - -w
. .. . a ... -. nn at. as a. Isov a-ilalai
bnviutf Ijwn iu-t by ih proper mutt ion ty to
the uuderwiiut. imi fitt-ulor ui lbcbovo
deblMl UM-il 4Ukt tu nukkt immeUuAt mj-
a 1 1 1 wv St l-aai hatllla' alu I Hi aJTltlJit
I Hui. wm-" a,-. ..-. - - -
. . . . n ..... t) u.i.1 Hiilv ta in rtaalk I k-
V,IU W1UJ will pirm-ru "
gUfd tor netlhfiuent ttt the hOe rvnuWoc off
JUUN M. WK1MKR.
llUt May, V7. JsUeuurfc
OHIO SAWED STONE.
l Lurf decided to handle the Ohio Sawrd
c iu Hioae this season. A II persons wlsh-
. alee, rood pavement shou Id let their or-
dra o. Orders can be left al W. F. Shaf-
Karbt U orks.
t DISPLAY &
Crphar.s' Ccrt Sa!s
Valuable Real Estate
By virtue of an alias onWof aiielMwd oat
of the rplutiix' fourt of Hini-rw-t eouaty.
Ph., to tlie uiid-riiiicU -ilniim-tmlir f Joint
K. Kniiliam. IhU- of I lie lionmicli of Weilt-rv-hurv,
county anl Htare HfrrMid,dc'l(lir--t-t-l.
I will orr-rat public hkIc, in tl bonMi.li
of Wcllt-rsliurx, .H..ni"ru-i county. Pa., In front
ortlieolil alorv n.ii lornit-rly wupLil by
said Joha K. brtnhaiu, now John Feciiug. ou
SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1897,
At I o'clock P. M
tbe followlr.? ilei--ribcl valuable real estate
and loincrai Utiul.H, vii:
No. I. A enrtuiii lot of sround situat iu
W. !l-rburx bomnKh, -mn-rw-t rHiiity, Hiaiw
rf lVinVl Vl;l, uUjoilllllK 1II1 Of AUKU-t
l--r, lrl"-ver. lun.i, Jou lt-itt.-icr's
hv-trn. ml otiicr. ciHiiiiiiiiK one and one
fourth ( 1'4 hit- more or Ickm.
Nl 2. The iinlivilcil oii.-hulf inten-4 in a
ei rtatn tr.-lof Und giiimle in H.iinlui'iii
t. county ami .-iuie t n-iii.l, atj:u.
lux IhuUh of tbe wm-rt Inui Owl Hi;
l--K"verJ. UtnclM, Alex Flank and ulherx,
coiitalmu. seven (7) acres more or li-w.
No. 3. Tbe undividt-l oc-h:ilf IntcrvHt In a
c.T1;ln Inn-lot Intnl. ilul:i aror-id. ad
joining lands itfJacoi' Sny.l.r, Valrntin
Hinkie, Alt-x Pbink and oili-rx, ronininln
three and onvhalf ( acren UKirr or Ichm.
No. I. The undiridone-half Interest in a
ecrUtiu tract of hind ituu-s afon-aid, ad-j-iimue
lnnd of Jotin A. Mnydef h-ir. A.
Wilimih' heirs, .-.riirr t Oat I Jc Iroo l"o..
and others, coulMiuing ibirty ( :) vre mora
No. The undivided or.e-fonrth lntcit
In Hie mineral of a certain tract of land, aiiu
ate aa ator-aaid. at!juiuin land of Hi- l.n.i
eriel t'tMil , lnn t'o.. and oibers. contin:r-
four hundred and fitly ; .'); acres more or I.
No. 6. The mineral r!.!it in eertuin tntct
of Uiiid, iluale uforeiiid, atj)liiiii lunua
jf XV. Lancaster, Alex Plau and others, ctu-
tulninir one hundred anil twenty-Bve (1".
a-re more or less, known as tile Valcutiue
No. 7. The midivided one-half intereitt in
tie-mineral ribt in a eer'.aiu tract of li:,l
aiiuate as aloit s:ild, adjoining lauds of Kn
Muirt.-r, t lmtiii Knle. James Tbomsa and
oliierx, i-taiUtiiiin one buudnsl and Any (I "I
acrea more or less, known as the Close tract.
No. S. Tbe undivided one-fourth lntervt
In the mineral nbt of a certain tract of land
situate as aforesaid, adjoiiinnr lands of Jac
ill. lieortfe J. Kcknart, Antliouy Ueta aud
others, couutininx eiKhleen - IS) acres niore or
lea a know a aa tlte Dennis Witt tract.
No. t. The undivided one-tenth interest in
the mineral rheht in a certain tract of Und,
situate as aforesaid, adjominie lands of J err y
Win.ert, LeKever t'tatl lauida and others,
containing sixty (Ki) acres more or less,
known as the John 1. Jones tract.
All of these lauds are underlaid with valu
able minerals, owl, iron ore, are clay, alumi
num and other mineral, known to atsMjnd
iu payime iuantilies. They are eaay ot a.-e.-s
to the maraet, only abul three miles rnmi
liie Cumberland aud i'enu'a Iwiilrxatd. with
an old road partly built, ataait 7 miles from
the H. .V O. Kailnatd, and only :! miles from
tne Mount Sava.e tr im Brick Works, of the
I n loll Mining Co.
'Cash on day of sale.
Any information desired can be hail by
writing the administrator, Somerset, Pa.
' . . , . - rtuii,
I Administrator of John K. Brinham. dee d.
DM IN IisTRATRIX'S NOTICE.
KsLateof John A. Kaylor, late of Jennertown
borouglt, Somerset county, Pa dee'd.
Letters of administration on the above es
tate having been snuiled u the uudersigntsl
by the proper authority, notice is hereby g. v
eutoall persons indeoted to said estate to
make immediate payment, and thune bavins;
claims agaiiMt tne same to present them duy
authenticated for settlement, ou Thursday,
July 1. Isu7. at tbe late residence of the dec d
iu said borough.
MARY E. KAYLOR,
Fred. . Biesecker. Aduamsirairix.
Estate of Wlllisni B. Benner, late of Soim r
stt borMigh, deed.
Letters of administration on theabove estate
having been graulcd to tlie undersigned by
the proper authority, uotic la hereby given lt
ail persona iudebteu to said estate to make
Immediate payment, and thone lutviugclaima
asaiust the same to present them duly au-UieiiiKu-d
for aettleuient, at the otlice of
Coitnxu Kuppel, iu Somerset bocuugh, oa
Kriday, Juue l. iw7.
NANNIE B. BENNER.
DMINI5TRATOR S NOTICE.
Estate of Archibald Bird, dee'd." ,
Letters of administration having been grant
ed to tlie undersigned by the proper au' homy
of tlie alve estate, notice is here given to
all parties having claims against si,i estate to
present them properly authenticated tor pav
inent. and all urties owing suid estate will
make iuimediale payment of the amount to
the Administrator at tlie late residence ol de
cease.! In Addison township, on Saturday
July a, l.s:7, at 10a. m.
. A. BIRD.
Savage P.O. AdmiuUtn.t.r.
Estate of Alexander Konis. hite of Jeuner
township, somerset county, I'a dee'd.
Letters of administration on the above ea.
tale having been grunted to the umb-rstgned
liwtli. nnuwraiiifuunt. . .. ... : i i
j - - ...., , itereuy giv
en to all persons indented lo said estate to
make immediate payment, and itaise having
" t""i toe wine to prcaeut tnem uulv
utheiiii. uteil lor seii.Viue it, on Kriday
Iulv2. l.si7.at tl. nial..(. ..r tn a 1.2
in said township.
. ... , , Administratrix, e. L a,
. w . Biesecker.
Estate of John Sweitxer. dee'd.
Tlie undersigned auditor dulw inmim-i i.
tbe proper auihorlty to distribute tlie luuus
in the utiHls of l. W. V. in, exeeuuir aud
trustee of John Swvltser, dee'd, lo aud sig
Ihtaa- legally entitled thereto, hereby gives
notice that lie will sit In his otu in ti ..
ough ot Somerset, Pm lor the purpose of at.
"'""a tttii-rouiiea m aaiu appoint loent. on
Thursday, July s, 1sb7, al tu ocka-k a. m
when aud where all uurties liiter.ii n.
erri's e. meyersl
In re estate of Peter P. Miller, lae of Ureen-
vi lie township, dec d.
The undersigned, dwijr anDointed bv the I rs
piuius' Court of Somerset cttunty, l"a-. audi
tor, to distribute tbe funds in the hands ot the
executor to and among tlaaw legally enu-
tieo mrn ui, uereoy gives notice that be will
attend to tbe duties of bis appoiuuneut on
nnjuntiuj, jmj ii iwi, at one oclock p.
111., at but othce in SouM-raei b.iai.h w li...
aud here all parties interested may attend.
KjCAJ. 1 sc I Lb,
In re estate of Samuel R. Critrhfleld. dee'd.
The undersigned auditor appointed by the
proper authority lo distribute the luuda
in the hands of the administratrix lo
and amoug tlaaM legally entitled there
to, nereoy gives nouce that be will ail ta
his otnee in tbe boruugh of Houierae
lor the purpose of attending lo the duties
of hisappotnlment,on Vt eduewhty, July 7, V7,
when aud where ail parlies interested may
C. W. WALKER.
Kjitate of Henry LandU, dee'd.
The undersigned duty appointed auditor to
nutke a distrimilitai of tlie mini iu the bauds
of lain lei J. Brubaker, surviving executor of
Henry Land is, dee'd, to and among thtaw le
gally entitled thereto, hereby gives notice that
he will attend to the duties of his appoint
ment al his office, on Thursday, June it, 17,
when aud where ail parties taurealW ay
H. BAEK. ,