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SIGNS OF LlFH.i-
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lleymers Fmelamlie-i constantly .n hand Qggm 'g j
at A. K. Virtt't. i i .
. c.i to i r-
Johnstown will be Re
built. Banks All Risht, and Epidemics
J.'HNrtuws. I':;.. Julie S Jolm.Hi.ni).
CLicato like, Is fri-tonst to rise from lt
mil.--. Aircu.!y i.rtiT.iiiuii.- aie Uin mle
for H'rnia:if ii
For Fine fit-are fro to M. ? lirK't, ciw
site the Sonewt IIoiiT.
IJaliV u.s ami Hahy J'nK'ra in gnat Ta-
riet.v. at Mrs. A. K. I" Ms. J
Tcmi-ranoe drinks on ire. til M. Schrc-k s.
opposite the Smmwl House.
Aii tin; latest fprit'R ' umtner fc'KHis at
Matthews & KitutudIX ilerlin, I'a.
IF yo". uai.i to iM nil the news aVut trie Mm-atlntitil t
If you want the worth of your nioncy, fro
to Matthews & Kinmieli s. Ilerlin. Pa.
Iji-c Curtains, on cents up. Curtain screen
6 rents up. '" A- K- 1 H'
M. Pchrock never allowi hinself to le un
oersol.sl in thepr.-cery. Ilottr ami f.-f l line.
A full lineofmlor of Wool. Cotton, an.i
I. mill arpet Cliain at Mrs. A. K. Fill s.
Kevolvers, Cariri.ljr, ami Fishing Tackle
i at J. II. Hot nrnim N s.
Fine I tress dingliams, 8 rents, at Mrs. A
The "milk shake" at Zimmerman 9 tohae
co store, is doing a flourishing business this
wok. Try it.
Matthews & Kimmell are the U-a.ling mer
chants at Itcrlin. A visit to their store will
iay you. as they are offering bargains that
Lye-(.'lasses at Iliesecker A.
suit evervbociv's eyes.
nli:iid:n?. The civil ensi-
w-ers 3'itl ilrr.:inhi pi n arealoaity Join?- t.-r
preliniiuary work and vores of merchants
have alrealy ih rlhn! the Myie of their
newiMiildiio-s. Mr. X. S. Vaih'.v a prom:-
nent music ilealer, hose brother was lost, i
said to-day tliat a I'.umlfr of ImiMiiiirs would j
1? started as ,.n as the ttn-ets were in:
shape to do hau'.in-.r. A nuiniier of others!
-ipr"ss-.l similar intention. Among; the!
ImilJiii).'" which Mr. Mailoy said would lei
trectel ai uikt w. the 1'eiin block on Mam
street, the stores of John Thomas, the I.uth-i
er block, Mr. Krotiheiser's palatial residence,
J. A II. Swank, carriage man u fact u rers :
J. llaist A Co., barh w ire rom-any : the 'r
rel wooleii-lactory. and all the lare and or
dinary sized industrial plains in thecity and
CMToR - SK's VIEW.
K litor ieo. T. Swank, of the Johnstown
TV'luir. a representative citien, takes a ery
ho'ful view of the situation. -Johnstown
w ili lie rebuilt.' said he to-day, "and on the
noun-spot it grew before. The bursting of
the daiu does not remove the only danger,
however. The Pennsylvania Kailroad Com
pany has narrowed tlie stream of the Cone
iiinijrli river at least one-third and built an
iron bridirt above the town, thus forniins a
bi'K-kade for a stream already c nilined to
less than its natural channel. The greatest
enciiurjenient that could ! given Johns
tow !ier to rebuild would hi' t'ne assurance
t hat the -treatn- u'wir us would Ik- uuim
ptded forever. Ii'irilih' the I that pre--.sled
the break in the dam the water wa
from live to eight feet higher in John-town
than it wo ild have bcn had not the inn
bridge ca'is-d a bl'K kade.
TKK ckMHKIA V ILL SOON sT U;T.
"As for the Cambria Iron Company 1
have the personal assurance of Vice-President
Powell Stuckholl-e, w ho came on from
Philadelphia yestenlay, that the coiiiiany
will repair and rebuild on the old site.
Their loss will lut cxce.-d jloo.i.M. As Mr.
Slackhoiisc said, the company has a uirty
fac , but it w ill soon wash it. The damage
is stiiali. to a company wuha st.s-k capital
tf fr.Mii ten :o twenty millions, and w hich
pas 1J ei cent, dividends.
- s for the banks, the statement that they
an- aii in-olveiit or likely to be so is a fool
ish error. There is one National bank, one
savings bank and sissib!y the private in.-li-tulioll
of John 1'ielierl A son, winch will
teil up as soon a- they can uet ttte.r utiairs
straightened up a little. 'J'iiey will have to
lie tavoled a illtli? lit home. 1 he savings
bank has no mortgages on Johnstow n build
ings and those on the ground will hold
fiom one-half to two-thirds their original
value. Tiny have, besides, f ,' in ov
er, inient IkjicLs and .-state and county securi
lus. '1 he licst business men have signified
their intuition of taking tip the thread ol
business where the tiood Ml.lpptd it oil."
KvpTts from Philadelphia succteded in
t'lH-ning the vai.lts of the First National
Pank to-day. The iso.'.s.a in ial, therein
deposited, and tlieviooxj worth of securi
ties, and the books alij uier were found to
b-ail right, save that they are dump horn
Kither the morgue records have been care
lessly kept, or those ho have been gather
ing statistics on the number if bodies recov
ered are awav wrong. In the I'ouith ward
n.-hool morgue, there are Hi. oftlnse u'li
were unknown and l'.'.'i id-ntitied. At the
Presbyterian i-hureh lti bodi"s have Iieen
rinsl for. at Pro-pect, and P.7 at Kem-
ville. (The morgue has lieeu disi iititinuni j
at this place. 1 Seventy were taken from the!
drift blockade, --is at Nineveh, and Nw I
Florence 's. In Morreilvilie l.7 were at red
lor. In addition to these -o were found tt i
Fast ConemaiiRh. South Fork and Mineral j
Point, which were shipped to different j
p nuts : 4J tMlies have ticen taiieii from the
ruins at WiKnlvale which were not charged
to any of the morgues. This makes the
grand total of b-idies found at all mints be
tween New Florence and Smth Folk, I.L'TI.
Johnstown, Pa.. June St. -..The IwmIv if
Kev. Alon.o P. I tiller, rietor cf the Johns
town i:p!coal church, and thc.se of his
wife and child, were recovered to day und r
c'rctiiiistanees both sad and strange. Four
K .i-4-olial clerirvmell. who had Is-ell ordered i
here be Iiishon Whitehead, were workiiu. i Cashmeres .from Sue to $1 a yard.
alxmt the ruins mar Lincoln .struct when
they eaineiijHjii the Ihj.Iv of their late broth- j Headouarteri'
' er- tiasik-d in one rigid arm w as the liodv of!., .... . . . . . .
- i t-or TLMiif tloa.s In fitt font onnk Wltti .-ill
vears exjieritce in preparir.;r the alxjve
giMHls, I can hnestly rissHiiniend my place
FISHER'S BOOK STORE.
Here you can set the full i;:o.-tra:ed hi-tory of the
UMBERGER MURDER ndthE YODER HANGING,
FOR THIS Vv'KHK.
; wo i
Ae-t tile fullest mid
of the r enn f 1 HI N N S .11
lsi-rs mid cj.(i.si f'iiv"-:c;.es.
su.ervior ct: get iijn-rviirs
ut hifhrniition In reirr1 to the 1-iirfr'nn: ti
t nil k-l!i ls ol OK"'
. -i, -t I ,!..!'-:e- ,eo'
.fit K and
h now o
.'les. Town aief c'lKia'-i
iien haul eaa t-i.y I
-LOWEST WHOLESALE RATES--
Xeil' ACaseL-erare the leading Jewelers
of .Somerset, tail at their store for any
thing you want in that line.
"Milk Shake" at Zimmerman's tobacco
store. Iion'tyoti know what it is 'Ml costs
but a nickle to find out.
For (Jcorgia Marble Moimnientsand Head
Stones go to W. F. Shatter, Somerset, Pa.
(ieorgia Marble takes the lead for monu
mental work at
V. F. SHAFrKR.
Pack numliers or the Hkiuld c.,ntaining
full accounts of t'ne I'mberger, Yoler, and
Sl.aiilis trageiJii-s. van 1 sis ureil at Fisher's
Do you know that Si j Pros, are to-day
the Leading Merchrnts of the county for
liei.cnil Merchandise. We don't need to
blow about our goods and puces, our cus
tomers do the blow ing for us.
Sice Po.os., sijMsville. Pa.
The pla.i to get the celebrated ( lover Club
Cigar, the best brand Tobies and tine
K. IS. CoFt ROTH.
Id) vou use Arbutus Flour? The best in
the market. You can get it from M.
Sclins k, who has the exclusive sale of it in
Kvery nun attending court will want to
take a new Summer Hat and Necktie home
w ith him. P. I- ascbecr keora nothing hut
(ems' Furnishing (ioods. Latest Styles and
t 'heayest Prices.
Handsome stock of While Kmhroidercd
Pnbes. A large stock of Hamburgs and
Trimming". Mrs. A. E. I'm-
You should (ret my prices before you let
your orders for monuments and head stones,
also Granite Work furnished to order
W.n. F. Shakffr,
Silt Sun I'nihrellas, from jl.i" up.
Mrs. A. K. I'iil.
All kind of Marble and Granite work
furnisjisl at the lowest lossibie prii-e. Call
and MS at W. F. Shatter's wonts, Somerset,
Altlough we are turning out hats and bon
nets to scores and fifties just now. we make
it a !it never to disappoint cople from a
dislaiicv (ieneraliy we can 'rim your or
der whit you wait ; it not, within a couple
M. M. Tkfi'WEI.i. A Co.
Our S: Warp Ca-shineres and Silks, are
good and;beap. Mrs. A. II I II L.
What's he use of carrying a watch that
won't kecilime? lletter take it to XeffA
CaseU'er ail have it cleaned ami repaired.
Ilandsoi all-wool silk-flnisheil Henrietta
Letter. F,.is..aPa,:.le?a! P Pf.Tj. Ei.vel..,-. Ink' ; Z "
!i,eat...ntr-line. J he l iu-oilo; .lady Infers and all l..e iiuw"-"' ' '1
Fislier's Book Store.
i, TvthiiiB in
,re lor s:oe at
This Ikine. hand-ome and nttm-tive store will Iw op
r-ncli nuiit iOel eery a. 'luiiii d.uion and att .-nlion w.l
to resort at the 1kk More.
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BIBLES. ALBUMS, SUNDAY-SCHOOL TICKETS, CARDS,
MENTS, GOSPEL HYMNS, PICTURES, FRAMES,
Blank H.s.ks. M.
Jiieasiile liiulll :
il.ihii.". H i
,o cT'-at I
e I'.itls an.l P-at.
iirl wc a will ". a
The e. ueral pluee of re-ort for n.-
FISHER'S BOOK STORE
i wort:; :
While '"': arc in Snicrset; Buys ;.
you will likely w.uit to buy a . v.v.
sui; of Clothes or a piece of 25. ;c. :
Carpet, a:iJ you will want to iloulle tl:.
know wliere is the cheapest '
place to i;'et wliat you want, j
The old reliable stand of J. 15. j
Snyi.kr'., is without a doubt.:
the best and cheapest place toj
j get anything you want, tspe-j
TfcfsiM-icjaiiv m the Llotnni. or car
j pet line. You can also buy a
beautiful gold tipped silk Um
brella at Snyder's nr 75 cents.
. k rs m.
HERR a BROTHERS.
i Call in. and see 'die special i w"
bargains, ar.d while there get lx
one of th.e-e beautiful si'.k ! i"" ' ;
Umbrellas tl-- your wite audi"',,.,.;.;;.
daughters. i .
; 1 ' .
I. B. Snvdcri'Z
J . i.!r.,,d.-
Al.l. KI.M-S (if
ffatclBS, Clods, Jewelry, Susclacles, &c
We desire to
ttl it Wi- :i
t foil lUi tsi
1 !!" II,
1-Tllioll Of ttl
. and 1
and ee lor ".
-' Ul.'V Hli
if ti.-rv fie--.f.
It'. -Ill .ll- f"l
. riiitloii lo in
i j.r e 11. e
rl In." ii-i'l ii'
li-'Miil 111 .s,m
Mks. A. K. fin..
"'.lis halx-; ami in the other his wife, whose j
rms were ahout his ms k. They were re-1
fcoeil in this position and will K' huricl j
tomorrow, tlie V. s -opal cleiRyisen olliciat-!
iiiiT. liev. Killer was last seen at an Uier
vont winilow of his house. 'le had his w ife
a'' child in his arms and e seemed ahont
'ltH'"I to jtiinji into ti! anpry flood when!
''"'X-melteil from 'ht and the water
" "KH'U vfc ,1,,, Tie lilies were found
lialfa mile away irom where the house
stood. j;,,v ,ljt, was r,,,,,. iere for j;ve
years, and wus 1 most ahlc man; His uir
etj live in Jjnater. 1'a.
j""'stowx, T.I., June S. The I't.innionia
sroure p.,,, alarniiiiirlv. notw ithstanilina
"a""K11'-ln"'r.(;roH.ofthe State 11,-allh
Il.u.rd. ,)r. S .fx,. (, l-l.iladeli.hia. a immi
nent meniUr of Dr. iiruil s stall, came u'ow n
from tiie Can, hiia hospital last iKU with a
Mauling i.,it. Iir. Kw..i fUi,J:
I'rosKct Hi!! is full of pneumonia, with
some imaslis. The hinjiiul i, f: t ov,.r.
flowing and to-day I attended foity-twol
ea-s-s on the outside. Th.y weiealn ost all j
severe pneumonia. There is every condition
for the spn-ad ol the dix-ase and I fear an
to the puhlici When hungry and thirsty
don't go to llnt-ide Show when yon want to
see and pet theV-st. It is not necessary to
say anything tuny old customers that have
j dealt with meVir years, except to thank
j them for their plmniij:e and good will; but
I those coming to mr town as Strangers ami
I in want of sometiing to eat and a good
cool drink, I'isels ' the place and don't you
forget it. Opposituhe court house.
A. K. I'isku
I have just m-eivvl a new lot of carjiets
and an now sell an ill hmJ two ply carpet
for ?J cents js r yard, that was worth d7J.
Cal'and get a bargaia before they are all
.h n Sxt.iers.
' )liis Ji.s-'-A
full line of fresh gnnmlinl. IJo Bte
rand at ftehroi k's Fee.1 ."toil ilovfl-
, bigi niiU
'oin:ht"s grix-ery is the bin Li liis
erset to deal, lie sells the fl's linir
eth lowest prices. i hun the
I K im !cr
Ladies' Xluslin Viiderwitha cui-1-cap,
at Mrs. A. K. I bi s RatUizzi
LOWEST CASH PRICES
On all -,'ir "t.o.l mi't tlier.-l.v nmVe it pn.litul.Ie n everyone w i-l.ir.u- t" pirehu-e nn tliinir in our
!me All kin. Is ,,l n-.air '.ii. neatly alul Tolliptly .lone III the III-ft wurklliuilllke Uiiililier, ami
SATiS ..A HON 1,1 AI.ANIKKH.
Reliable Close-Priced Shoe Store-
Petiole Congress I
Thin cut representslhe I'rner
tm IVtiolo Congress in Kanga
roo. I'orjoise. ('iir'iovan and
'alf ; has a ilouliU gore one)
being pla l hack, ami the oth
er in front of th; aiiklrshone
thus preventing the strain of
the ruhlr on the ankle-bonr
and prev.-nting tin- gore against
being oh tfeil ninl . i lliceil lv in
terfering Without ijucstiun
the coming Shoe is the
GOXiGiEiSSi G AITEE,
LADIES FINE SHOES ttKr F!exib,e
J lit n. ar--.-
trmi !"; Wii'l ';tiim-.
Tin, Iron and Steel Roofing,
11 c 1 r -1 er.
i liii ri
it rn i
Sj.iu:i!L'. A'l, . -' 'ti.i . ;,.n -!,.,r. ".
Chimney, Drain & Sewer Pipe, j
I'i'l lUl-T it- '.' Hl.'l P-"st ' 1 " ' i ' '
,:l,e ..I 1 ..".- -tun-' , U..111:-. - 1 1 : .- 1 o.l
,uM -..'el a; liiv-
J. M. IIOLDHRBAUM, j
CENTRAL BLOCK, SOMERSET,
OFFERS AT H!S LARGE I
CLOTHING and CARPET STORE
A w and Hell Selecteil Sdxk ir
M' N- , f.'Vs ANH l llll.I-Ui'N's-
- r. , an l w'.ll aive a il.ol:I
I !i.e I I'llii.l.-li.l .01 SiJf of
r .rtfi W ii; -.vnr l'. h i-.-ot at
lit!. st,,re ait.-r t!;;s ,l,ne,
MAY -T, I - '.
1 ,1 :
LAacf stoc or (,o--i
BAPRCLS G Ns.r-i :
best n r ah: s-v:3"''
Y. L. DOUGLASS'
I .W lit,
of other leh r-".
FKUXEll BROTI IEUS,
Fumi.ns iie:it' JJ ".il. H hii'l si nv. Also. S..I.1.
UnrAlni; sIh-js, with Lealhei louuier aiMl iume.
W e ai.so ;l'er the finest :inl most styiisii
s. ,vi:fs, i .ii.i.mls
SHIRTS. I'ltAV. Kit-'. A,-. Ac.
I 13" ..
I HALF MOON PtCS--'--
r-M-tfully eail attention to tli l'a-t that we ronstar.tiy keep in sti-elc a
ifw of the most K-asonalne ami im-st 'rvnialle joints of the latest
the t-.nle. anil we alwavs iAviteomntKiri-iuii ofouriiriees withtiiose
of other ilcU rj. CW.U ANI iSKK I S.
Kvf.h E 11 miTuri. fvocr.
FOR SALE !
I have too nneii iir,irrt' irTt vnit to MI .
Nn. I. I otter the l,mel Jill; HTn. 17 acres
"fly c-ji ii'11'r.ivisl, villi ;,sl ii.r anl Itarn hio
lion SiniJ-.e rtesl rn- .-omerset ll.,r-
carefullv ib. 2. Four le n- lot a'iiuir tie.
i i nrr- in n- 3. A font I-loiellinr House witli coisf
Ustrunii fw., SlllA, nn(1 outi.mMi-.ik's.
tivetestiiuoVin w.imer-. t i-.-j ith.
n-oritoTij n A Tram sunt eotita li'iie lftl acres.
u.oi.Mira ni, . ms fr-n t)I11Hr).t b iniBh. nearly
plateaus in in , K! Kl ,,u, ,,f leruiitv.
hendwatcTs t m. h-'U'H:baiM.
V: V: I: M V; A.! r ) X:
AND DEALERS IN
flTV Ut'iii.lE.--, '.VAI.oN-i. SI.KIis.
sl.KIi.llS. IIAl:.NF.-S, SU.I,;.sf Hi fsK--,
l'.l.ANKKTS, l-.KI.I.s ANH Willi's.
A SPECIALTY MADE OF THE
RICE COIL SPRING.
Call and Examine our Stock "
V s- il two Hi'tnstiti lii'.l I.ini n IIiui.l
kerchiefs for rents, worth ilotihit'.
CARi'i:r Di;rARTMi:. r
IX iUAIN", I.Ati, MATTl.Nt.S,
STAIK, KLtrfii: AN! TAl'.I i:
An'l as the sh ilsiii i.s i-l.. si nj, w ill allow
from this i Lite- in n'r rent, oir the piiep j
ami give a tiloria Silk i'nilireiiii. with J
sl-J wurth or iiiwan!-i. ssilil to anyone I
t-iTson. The phhI work'-"es hraveiy on. I
Our first lot of I'-n lire Has is all ijiven
rut. ami we have this ilay reeeivo.i an- j
other, ('all to we ns, an.l examine!
J. M. H0LDERBAUM. 1
10 TO 2r
BUNCHES CH-JiCi s F
BEST MESOINA CH---
STBAW3EBHIES DA Lf r
BUSHELS FRESH B35'-
i GREENVEGITA3U0-- -
'room for eve
AND COUBTE0 JS
HIP. HIP. Ill
LEMONADE. AND 0-tE" -