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WEDNESDAY, January tt, 173. Senator Lemon of this district has procured for J. J. Cramer, of Fulton Co. the appointment of Doorkeeper of the Senate, and thus a little of the milk in the cocoa nut is accounted for. We are indebted to Governor Jons W. Geart, for an early copy of his message, also to Secretary of State Jordan, Surveyor General Beath, State Superintendent of schools Wickersham, and Hon. J Tl MrMiTt.rw. for valuable docu ments. The Pittsburgh journals arsertthat lion. Thomas J. Bigham, of that city, formerly State Senator, is to be placed at the head of the new State bureau of Labor and Statistics. Governor Hartrakft could make no better selection, and the new bu reau could not be entrusted to a more capable and worthy gentleman. Governor Geart. has vetoed the the apportionment bill, passed at the the last session of the Legislature. This compels the present Legislature to pass a new bill, apportioning the State into Congressional districts. The State being entitled to three more members than at present, three additional districts will have to be carved out, and great will be the strife among aspiring members to have districts erected, from which they can be elected to the National Legislature. The annual report of Surveyor General Beath, has just been laid be fore the public. It 6hows the re ceipts of the office paid into the Treas ury during the last j earto have bee n $48,155,40. The report states that the Common wealth still has liens amounting to over $100,000 for unpaid purchase money and fees against more than fif teen hundred tracts of land, in which are embraced 321,40 acres. During the eight past years much has been done towards closing the accounts of the State against unpatented lands, and it is the intention of the depart ment to wind up the entire business as soon as possible. The rcnomination of General Cam eron for U. S. Senator was antieipa ted,but the unanimity in the caucus is as surprising as it is gratifying. There was no contest and the ballots cast for other gentlemen was a mere cour tesy. During the last campaign Gen. Cameron was violently assailed by the opponents of Gen. IIartranft, and the canvass, as much as was in their power, was made to turn upon his re-election. The verdict of the bal lot box was therefore rightly taken as an expression of the people on that question. Senator Cameron has been of the Btraightest sect of Republicans ! since the foundation of the party, and Pennsylvania was never represented in the Senate by a man who had her welfare, and that of her people, near er at heart It is a matter of great congratulation therefore, that he is to be returned to that body without a strutrrle. and the compliment of a oo ' unanimous vote, is as deserved as it must be gratifying to the veteran statesman. UO VF.H SOB'S MUilAUE. Tue Annual Message of Governor GEART must certainly havo been intended for posterity, and n-. t for the general average of newspaprr read ers and Dublishers : the first not hav- j ing the time, and the second the space to bestow upon it- It is how ever a well written and interesting document, touching on a great varie ty of subjects of interest to the citi zens of the Commonwealth. Among the many suggestions made by his excellency, is one to increase the Gov ernor's salary, providing for a geo logical survey of the State, and the election of a State Treasurer, secur ing the sanctity of the ballot box, and providing for the expenses of the new bureau of labor statistics and of agriculture, created by the last Legislature. The matter of greatest interest to the tax-payers is the finan cial condition of the Commonwealth, and from the message we learn that Quring the year ending 30th of No vember last, the receipts amounted to $7,148,537,45. showing now irUhe Treasury a total of $8,625,446,04. The public debt was diminished $2,- 476,326,00, and it now stands at $27, 303,496,34. Of this sum all but $16, 521,039,33 is provided for by the as sets in the sinking fund, and the cash balance in the Treasury, which bal ance of the debt it is estimated can be entirely paid off within the next two rears, if but $1,C00,000 be an nually expended for that purpose. The message also takes strong ground in favor of compulsory education, and vaccination, and on the whole is a verv satisfactory document, from which we shall next week publish such extracts as our space will ad mil. OIR WASHINGTON LETTER. Wasuingtox, Jan 9, 1873. ArrnopRiATiojis for education. An absurd objection thatbasgrown IIon. John 1. Tesxt, formerly State Senator from Allegheny coutuy, died at his residence in Pittsburgh on the 4th inst. Senator Penny was an able lawyer, possessed of fine culture, and large abilities, and deservedly enjoyed a reputation for the highest inteirritv. His death will be lament ed throughout the State. The Republicans of New York have re-nominated Hon. Roscoe Conkli.no fur U. S. Senator, and the Republican Legislature of Illinois have selected Hon. R. J. Oolesby, their newly elected Governor for a similtr position. Good-bv Tru mbulL So much for 'Liberal Republicanism.' The rumor conies from Uarrisburg that the Legislature will provide for the election of a State Treasurer ear ly next spring. A Hatker m4 HwTlirtfrhlMm la- auswtly Hilled fcj a ralliasr Tree The organization of the Legisla ture was effected without a creak or jar in the machinery, so well had it been previously oiled, and manipula ted. The entire "set up" went through beautifully, and the recipi ents of the offices are of course hap py and contented. The cities bf Phil pbia and Pittsburgh of course, car ried off the lion's share of the spoils. But why shouldn't they ? Their pol iticians are smart, cheek, and "up to snuff," and the petty jealousies, lack of nerve, and want of confidence in themselves and their powers of combination, among the members from the rural districts, give them no show, when pitted against the plausi ble, brassy representatives of our un ban brethren. It must be admitted however, that both Houses have se lected excellent chief officials, and, if the interior counties were 'chiseled,' and the members from the city did display greed instead of fair play in ! the apportionment of the minor ofn-! ces, what's the use of crying over spilled milk 1 Is it not so written in the annals of all former Legislatures? Tnr.RE is to be a very important contest in the House at Harrisburg, involving the seats of the four Demo cratic members from Luzerne county. The contest is based upon alleged outrageous frauds, ballot box stuffing, altering returns, intimidating election officers, Ac. The Republican con testants assert, that they can prove, by unimpeachable testimony.that the , tally lists and returns were altered, and that they were elected by major ities from three to four hundred. It is farther alleged that these frauds were also perpetrated in the election ot county officers, and the matter is now being investigatedby the courts of that county. ' It will be remembered that Hon. J. D. Shoemaker, the Republican mem ber of Congress from that district, was arrested for corruption in pro raring his election in October, and how the New York Tribune, and other Democratic bheets howled about bis case, and quoted it to prove that the State had been carried for Hartranft by fraud and corruption. After a full investigation Mr. Shoe maker was promptly discharged, and it now appears that proceedings were commenced arainst him, solely for tht purpose of stopping Republicans from commencing prosecution in the courts. As the Republicans have a larga majority in the House, there can bo no other motives than those of justice, attributed to those in con ducting the contest. Matville, N. Y., Jauuary 12, 1873. A singular and very sad acci dent, resulting in the loss of four lives, occurred yesterday afternoon at Fair Point, near here, on the farm of ex- Conductor Stevens, of the Oil Creek Railway. Mr. Stevens had men cm- ployed in felling trees on his land, near the main road, and while so en gaged a gentleman named Crane, ac companied by bis wife and three chil dren drove up in a cutter and stopped apposite where the men were working. A large tree was nearly cut down. and supposing it would fall in the op posite direction from the road, did not drive on. Suddenly, and when nearly chopped off, the tree swayed towards the road. The breaking noise made so frightened the horse that he would not move. Crane, jumping from the cutter, undertook to seize bis wife and drag her out of the way, but in his fright he 6teppcd beyond his reach in an opposite direction, the horse at the same time moving a little forward, so that the tree in falling mashed the cutter, the three children in it, and Mrs. Crane, the latter standing by the cutter. Mr. Crane jumped to oue side and thus saved his life. Mrs. Crane and the three children were instantly killed. They resided near where the accident occurred, and the sudden affliction, it is said, has affected Mr. Crane's reason. The accident has cast a deep gloom over the people in the locality, as the fanu'ly were well known and highly respected. Fire at Fetrwlla City. Petrolia Citt, January 12. A fire broke out this eveningat the Wil son well, on the Jamison farm, near here, and in a few moments spread to a well owned by V anandalc and oth ers, of Oil City, consuming about four thonsand barrels of oil The burning oil ran down a run and the fire consumed four dwelling houses, including the Central Hotel and the engine house and the derrick of well No. 2, on the Jamison farm, owned by, McKinney, Nesbitt & Co. At this the flames were subdued. The town was in imminent danger for some time and several buildings were toru down to stay the progress of the names, lota! loss about 1 5.000. Later, 11 p. m. The fire has again broken out just below town, in the valley of the creek, and promises to be very destructive to property, as many rigs and tanks are already in names, the last Brew thought to be the work of an incendiary, and several suspicious characters have been arrested. so stale and effete that it never should have again appeared for very shame's sake, was raised in the House on Wednesday in opposition to an in crease of arpropriation for the Bureau of Education. This Bureau had c conrolished wonderful results an 'an aid to the Common School systems of the Slates and in disseminating the American system of education, through an exhibition of ita advan tages, even to Jaiian and the otter- mmt nr oi uie earui. i um grown in its necessary expenses, as it has ptowo in usefulness to the nation and to procress in all the states. It now asks some $7,000 additional ap propriation for specified necessities of its useful management The Deni ocratic leaders at once make an at tack on it. and the '-Liberal" Farns- worth opposes it because the people are educated too much ! Sunset Cox frankly states as his opinion that the last elections indicate that the people ought to be uneducated and then re educated. Both Mr. Farnsworth and Mr. Cox were pronounced against at those elections by overwhelming ma jorities, and their mouths will be soon closed and they prevented by the popular vote from advocating the retrograde of intelligence and educa tion". The Democratic party can on ly lice on ignorance among the mass es, but its fate is already scaled. A new light from the Republican side also shone in the opposition were it was least expected. It was the light of Gen. Hawley of Connecticut, which seems just sufficient to make darkness visible. He wants to re strict the Bureau, and thus 6hows the wisdom of the Legislature of his State in refusing to send him to the Senate in place of Mr. Ferry. Mill ions of dollars are freely appropria ted by these 6a mo members for buildings to adorn the cities of their respective states, and yet they halt and higgle over an additional $7,000 necessary to carry on a Bureau whose results arc worth more to the country than so many thousands of such pigny Legislators would be if they all lived to the age of Methuse lah. The opposition to this appropri ation, whatever the pretext may be, is shameful in any man who claims to be up to the tiines. the appropriation bixl. The bill for the better protection of emigrants to this country was before the House on Thursday. Fernando and the Fenian Head Center from New York were frightfully opposed to the nronosed reform.' Two hours only was assicrned for the considera tion of the bill and much of this time was consumed by New York Demo crats in raisinz points or order to delay or defeat it That somothin of the kind is required by tho grow ing importance of the immigration business no one will pretend to deny who is informed of the gross miposi tions practiced on emigrants by Ship Masters on the passage and by har pies in the porta where they are thrown amonir us as strangers in a strange land. let justice be done. The refunding of the cotton tax has not yet come fairly before Congcrss at this session, but when it does an amount of light will be thrown upon the Bubiect that cannot well fail to present it in a favorable aspect to the people. Justice should be done though millions of money be required to be taken from the Treasury. Principle is paramount over expense, and if a wrong has been done to an industrial class in this country in vio lation of the constitution, restitution should be made, let the cost be what it may. investigation. $20,000 wa6 yesterday appropriated by the Senate, on motion of Mr. Morton, to carry out its orders re quiring examinations into the troubles of Louisiana and Arkansas. A highly respectable commission will be sent at once to take testimony and report the facts. Thus the money goes for what might have been prevented by the general dissemination of knowledge among the masses. It is well known that in States where illiteracy does not prevail no demagogue could mis lead the people into confusion and chaos such as threatens these States. It will be found cheap to appropriate millions to encourage education among these people and tubs prevent troubles which cost hundreds of millions. PEKSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE. HEfffli 0? BOTH BRANCHES. ANDERSON ELECTED SPEAKER OF THE SENATE. Russell Errett Elected Chief Clerk. Elliott Elected Speaker of the llonae. Caneraa Samlaated for Senator la Jalal taaraa. The Baaw Marat. Milwaukee, January 10. Re ports from the Iowa division of tie Milwaukee and St, Paul Railroad 6ay that sleighs have succeeded in reaching the train mow bound be tween Conovor and Ridgeway and rescued the passengers. Superintend ent Price telegraphs that 'there are eight freight trains snowed in at McGregor and Austin, and the snow is packed so tight that snow plows have no effect upon it. and it will have to be shoveled out AH that can be seen of some trains is here and there a top of a brake protruding above the snow, and nothing but tho top of the smoke-stack of ac engine marks the whereabouts of the same. The thermometer ranged . between twenty and twenty-five degrees below zero, and the wind : blows a perfect gale.' The drivers. who drove the teams of relief were, badly frozen. The railroad company is doing all that is possible to relieve the delayed passengers and re-open their road." The citizens of Maplewood, Kansas, keep colored children out of their schools without Teaorting to severe meisurea . They simply burn the school-houses.. . . There are 2,000 Presbyterian con gregations, embracing 34,000,000 memlicrs, in the world. INCREASE OP PRESIPENT'8 SALARY. The attempt to raise the President's salary to $50,000 per annum has fail ed because it was not presented in order. The vote was very light and hence no conclusion can be arrived at from this source as to the popularity of the measure in the House in case it came to a square vote on the ap propriation. POSTAL TElEORAPIIINO. Tho Postal Telegraph bill which is now pending in the House has many friends and some enemies. It pro poses to authorize a company to pur chase the present monopoly of Tele graphs, and to run them under strin gent rules adopted by Congress. At the same time it secures a reduction of two-thirds the rates now charged, taken in the aggregate. It is per haps, the best that can be done at present for the interests of the gener al public The purchase of the old lines by the Government, under the terms proposed five or 6ix years ago, will require a large outlay on the pari of the Government, and the right to do this at any time will be retain ed under the present bill, in case the new company violate its contract with the Government, and attempt to impose upon it or the people. A huge lobby is said to be quietly work ing in the interest of the present mo noply. C M. ' An ladlaa Battle. Omaha, Neb., J anuary G. A hunt ing party of Pawnee antl Sioux Indi ans are said to have had a severe fight within the last few days on Republican river, scuth of North Platte, Nebraska in which several Sioux chiefs were killed. Troops are reported to have started from North Platte to preserve the peace and pro tect settlers. '' Dra4fnl AeeMeat. - ' Philadelphia, January 9. Last evening near Morton Station, Dela ware county, Pennsylvania, . Mrs. Carrand and throe children were burned to death by the explosion .of cmobination fiuid. Mrs. Carrand was filling a lamp which was not lighted, but the beat of the room raised a vapor from the fiuid, which wasiguit ed by a stove from which the lamp was two yards distant . Harrisbcro. January 7, 1873. SENATE. ELECTION OF SPEAKER. The Senate met at three o'clock P. M. and was called to order by Chief Clork Hamersly. Mr. Andersou, Republican, of Allegheny, was elect ed Speaker over Davis, of Berks, Democrat Mr. McCJure voted for B. B. Strang. . - ADDRESS OF THE SPEAKER. ' Mr. Anerson, on taking the chair, addressed the Senate as follows : Senator For the high honor you have conferred by calling me to pre side over the deliberations of this body, I ask you to accept my pro- foundest thanks. I am deeply sensi ble of the great responsibility of the duties of the Speakership, and con sent to assume tbem only from a feel ing, justified by previous association and intercourse, that I shall receive the hearty co-operation of my col leagues. We have reason for thankful ness to the Providence who brought us together, with a circle unbroken by death, with the excitements attended on the late political canvass entirely calmed, and with peace and prosperi ty abounding throughout our com monwealth. While duly apprecia ting good order and dignity in this body, and the preservation of general personal relations among its members, we are to remember that the trusts placed in our hands require that the statute book shall not be cumbered by useless and unwise legislation. The present session will be one of peculiar interest, and involving grave respon sibilities. It is commonly believed that a flood of bills will lie presented to anticipate and defeat the action of the Constitutional Convention now) assembled, prohibiting legislation of a private and Fpecial character, feueh being the case, and the feeling of the public in favor of reform in this dir ection being well known, our duty in the premises is plainly marked, and should be fearlessly carried out in re fusing to pass any and all -bills save such .as sh all be properly regarded as for the public good. Special legisla- Ltion has become justly obnoxious, be cause of the facility wuh which ex traordinary privileges may be confer red on corporations and individuals. Important problems in political econ omy aro now being preseutcd tor soiu- certain of being able to discharge the duties of the Speakership without any unpleasant jar in the working ot the machinery. The country has just passed through another exciting, and heated Presidential contest, and is once moro settling down into the quietness and repose which usually follows such struggles. e aro for tunate in meeting, after its asperities have passed away, tree from any hostile feelings it may have engender ed while it lasted, and at a time ap parently when all are ready to enter npon a new, and let me hope a dura ble, era of good feeling. I trust I may not in vain express a strong desire tbat our session may progress and terminate without provoking any show of political exasperation or ill will. The readiness with "which the whole people cf the Union have acquiesced in the will of the majority, legally expressed, is an evidence . of the stability of our constitution and the confidence of the masses in the permanent prevalence of Republican principles. Tho political questions involved in the late contest may lie considered as settled, at least for the present. We are, therefore, free to go ou and give our whole attention to the task of promoting the prosperity of the State, and developing its re sources of wealth and greatness. To that task let me invoke your earnest attention. As Pennsylvanians wc are all proud of our uoble old State, her prominent position m the nation, and of her capacity to march forward into the first place in the list of States. Her destiny for the present is in vour hands, and I am confident you will not provetunworthy of so great a trust With rigid economy in public expenditures, with that reduction in taxation which our improved and iin- roving condition renders easy, and which is justly due to tho industrial interests of the Commonwealth, and with that patriotic earnestness of purpose whien works with an eye single to the general good, we shall, I hope, earn the approval of our con stituents, and lay down our trust at the close of the session with the con sciousness of a duty well )erformed and responsibility faithfully met. Thanking you once more for your great kindness, lam ready to take the oath prescribed by the Constitu tion. t ill the House please designate some one to administer the oath 7 ' New Adn-rttM-nwnt. j Nkw Adi'ertitemrnt. New vl'iwrfi,,! I mitten of the Whole to agree upon a sum to be substituted for $10,000. Mr. Mitchell, of .Tioga, presided, i Nine thousand dollar wna finally j agreed upon, and after a great deal of, discussion the bill as amended parsed : the Holism by a vote of f0 to 36. ! The bill was not reached in the Sen- j ate. The Governor's message was not read, the soesion being entirely con sumed with the discussion on the bill fixing the Governor's salary. The House adjourned to meet next Tuesday. Tin BIMLLIA S1KILLBIJ3 CTTBABTrjB. HUMPIIHF.TS II012E01ATa SPECIFICS HAVE PROVEO, FROM THE MOST AMPLE eincriencean entire sucese: Simple Prompt -Kfllcictit ami RWiablc. They are the only Meail ernes perfectly adapted to popular aiw-soslmplo Ifcu n!iMtkctan not 1 made Id harmless a- to be free from danger, .ndsfl effic cut a. lube always reliable. They lure raised " cut rxraimcndalioa from all, and will aiwaya rea ltor satisfaction. NAPOLEON. Death of the Ex-Emperor. tion. Chief among these are tiioTc lations of capital and labor, and all the wisdom and prudence that can bu commanded will be necessary in set tling this question, so that the rights of labor shall be fully cared for, and in such a manner as to avoid all con flict We can best retain the confi dence of our constituency and dis charge our duties most faithfully by supporting such measures as will secure rigid economy in the expendi tures of the public money, and render certain a material lightening or the burden of taxation on our great in dustrial enterprises. Capital will then be invited from other States to assist in further developing our al most boundless mineral and manufac turing resources, and so the general prosperity of our State shall be en larged. To this task, then, senators, let us apply ourselves, remembering that the destiny of nations is largely influenced by legislation, cither for good or for evil, and relying upon Providence for guidance and an earnest desire to subserve the best in terests of the people, we shall yield back the great trust with a proud con sciousness of duty well performed, and the grand principles of Republi canism strengthened lor perpetuity, and be received, by our fellow citizens with the welcome plaudit, "Well done, good and faithful servants." ELECTION OF CHIEF CLERK. Russell Errett was then elected Chief Clerk, the Democrats voting for Zieglcr. ADDITIONAL OFFICERS. The following Assistant Clerks and subordinate officers were then elected: Assistant Clerks Thos.. B. Cochran, of Lancaster, and R. McAfee, of Westmoreland. Transcribing Clerks John D. Fleming, of Allegheny ; E. Cowcn, of Warren ; C. K. Sartwell, of Mckean ; L. W. Tbrickstrun, of Crawford : W. J. Sullivan, of Franklin : J. D. Pyatt, of Lancaster : John M. Gill, of Alle gheny. ocnrcant-at-Arms b. A liuck, of Wyoming. Assistant Scrireant-at-Ariiis K. b. P. McCall, of Allegheny. . Doorkeeper John J. Comer, of Fulton. ' Assistant Doorkeepers Wm. Sheargold, of Allegheny, and Charles Darragh,- of Philadelphia. . . Messengers Samuel Lliu, of Phil adelphia, W. A. Held, of Chester, and David McKinley, of Philadelphia. Postmaster A. J. Monks, of Jef ferson. Librarian S'lllii an S. Childs, of Dauphin. These were the officers chosen by the Republican caucus. On the division of the resolution to elect the officers of the Senate, Mc- Clure voted for Thomas Calhoun, of Lancaster, for Assistant Clerk, being the only Republican in the State that he voted for, ' ( COMMITTEE OX CONGRESSIONAL APPOR TIONMENT. Oa motion of Mr. Davis, (Phil.), ' there was a committee of seven ap pointed on Congressional apportion- ment . Adjourned until to-morrow at 11 o'clock. I THE OATH OF OFFICE ADMINISTERED. Several memlicrs designated Chas. B. Broc-kwav, whereupon he admin istered the usual oath to the Speaker elect. The oath of office was then administered to tho members of the House by the Speaker. BALLOTIXO FOR CLERK.' The House then balloted for Clerk 40; and P. Gray Meek, 3 Selfridge, COMMITTEE ON CONGRESSIONAL APPOR TIONMENT. Clerk Isaac Wallace. Al- A roan in ' Keokuk undertook to smoke out the rats from between the floors and partitions of bis house. He mads it very hot for the rats, but next time he tries the experiment it will be in another house. - , nocsc. BALLOT1NO FOR SPEAKER. ' After tho list of members had been called a ballot was had for Speaker. William Elliott of Philadelphia, re ceived CO votes. Charles W. Brock- way, of Columbia, 38, and Hancockl . Speaker Elliott was conducted to the chair, and tho oath administered to him bv Mr. Brock way. ' i " TUE SPEAKER'S ADDRE6S. Mr.; Elliott then addressed the House as follows: v ' Gentlemen of the House of Repre sentatives I thank you most heartily for the confidence you show in me in electing me to this position. It is an honor of which any man might well be proud, and I feel that language is too feeble to express the real depth of the feeling , which your kindness evokes. To meet successfully tho res ponsibilities which this place imposes, I nerd your co-operation and support With your aid in maintaining dignity and order in the House, I shall feel On motion of Mr. Mahou, of Franklin, a new committee, consisting of thirteen menilers, was appointor on Congressional Apportionment. JOINT REPUBLICAN CAl'CLS. The joint Republican caucus on United States Senator was held lhi evening, Senator Harry White in the chair On tho first vote Simon Cam eron had C5 votes, William I). Kelly 3 and J. P. Wickersham 2. . The vote was then made unanimous. But seven members were absent from the caucus, but they are known to be Cameron men. Mr. Lamon offered the following resolution, which was twice read : Resolced, That the following nam ed persons lie declared . additional of ficers of this House. Chief Transcribing Moorhead, Erie. . - Assistants Samuel legheny; Levi Prizer, jr., Chester; James S. Ingham, Tioga; Wm. K. Weidner, Franklin ; Thomas Robin son, Butlpr. Serreant-at-arnis David Martin, Philadelphia. Assistants R. II. Newton, Phila delphia; Culin F. Nichols, Brad ford ; J. Todd Hutchinson, Cambria ; Jos. A. M Donald, Philadelphia. Postmaster Wm. Coats, Alle gheny. Assistant Albert J. Conklin, Bradford. Doorkeeper William Moore, Allegheny. Assistant Joseph M'Elheren, Al legheny ; Geo. T. Burrcll. Philadel phia; D. W. Aiken, Lawrence Messenger James l'evcrcux, Philadelphia. Assistants Tlutmas II. Phillips, Chester ; James Munroc, A rmstrong ; John Armstrong, Delaware. ... Superintendent Folding Depart ment Thos. Brines, Philadelphia. . Assistant Superintendent Folding Department John Seilockcr, Phila delphia. Marshall of Rotunda N. II. Burtt Washington. - Pasters and. Folders II. W. Hast ings, Allegheny ; C. L. Reno, Beaver ; J. S. Clair, Lancaster ; M. Bowers, Lancaster ; James Say, Venango ; D. Carkhoff, Crawford: David Craig, Philadelphia ; Joseph Tatem, Phila delphia ; Benjamin Glover, Philadel phia; Chas. Wheelock, Wyoming. SENATE, Harrisburu, Pa., Jan. 8th, 1873. The Senate met this morning at eleven o'clock and was called to order by Speaker Anderson, and opened with prayer by the Chaplain. On motion of the Senator from Ti oga, Thursday, 16th inst, was fixed for the eanvasing of the votes for Governor. Mr. Weakly offered a resolution that the Senate canvass tho votse for Constitutional Reform, and which provide for the election of the State Treasurer by the people, on Tuesday. Agreed to. At half-past eleven o clock the Clerk began the reading of the Gov ernor's message which occupied over an hour. ' , Mr. Rutan presented a joint res olution, in place, requesting tho Sen ators and Congressmen from Penn sylvania to oppose the passage by Congress of any bill whereby the Nation may assume control of the telegraph lines, or be authorized to build telegraph lines. Laid over under the rules. ' Mr. Maclay, from Clarion, offered a resolution, appointing four addition al officers for the Senate. Senator While said he,was oppos ed to the passage of the resolution. Laid over. ' Adjourned to meet on .Tuesday next .-' ' . : THE HOIRE. .,' The House organized, at eleven o'clock. ' George Handy Smith of Philadelphia, offered a bill fixing the salary of tho Governor at $10,000 per annum. : Messrs. 15 rock man and Orvisobjcct- ed to a suspension of the rules, but! the rules were suspended oy a vote of 71 ayes to 27 nays. . 1 be question recurred on the nual passage of tho bill, when tho ayes were 40 and the nays 57. So the motion to pass did not prevail. I he House then went into a Com- London, January 9. Napoleon died at 10:45 to-day. The following bulletin from the physicians who were with him during his last hours has been issued : " Ex-Emperor Napoleon slept soundly last night, better than the preceding night. In the morning his physicians Lad a consultation and de cided to perform another operation upon him at noon to-day. At the time the consultation was held flis pulse was strong and regular, at eighty-four beats to the minute. At twenty-five minutes past ten o'clock signs that he was sinking appoured the action of tho heart suddenly fail ed, and be died at forty-five minutes past ten o'clock. hignedj 'Sir Iiexry 1 hompsox.' London, January 9 Evening. The sudden death of ex Euqieror Na poleon took everybody at Chisel hiirst ns welt as at tondon by surprise. The Empress, relatives, attendants and household, even physicians, were unprepared for it. 1 he Emperor had passed a comparatively comfortable night His strength seemed undi minished, and at a consultation early in the mornin? it was thounht he could bear a third operation, which was fully determined upon. So great was the confidence felt in tho pa tient's condition that the Prince Im perial was permitted to return to Woolwich to resume his studies. Dr. Gull went to London yesterday, and j many of the Emperor's personal friends who hastened to Chistlhurst at the first alarm had returned to their homes. There was no reason whatever to apprehend a fatal turn in the case up to D a. m., when new and dangerous symptons suddenly set in The Emperor's vital forces seemed to leave all at once and he commenced to sink with alarmin" rapiditv. A telegram was immediately dispatch cd to Woolwich for the Prince. Dr. Gull was summoned from London and father Goddard, the Emperor's spiritual advisor, was sent for in great haste to administer the last sa craiueuts of the church. The Empe ror's private chaplain was also' in formed of the danger and started for Chisclhurst- All arrived too late The Prince was not to sec his father again alive. Dr. Gull and the cler gyman just reached the pink gates as the Emperor expired. The Empress, who had been most constaut in her attendance, wa at the bedside at the last hour. The nu-dieal advisers, Sir Henry Thompson, uud Drs. CorvUart and Glover, the Liuperor s old friend, Dr. Correau, and several members of the household wero also present. fciucc the Emperor s death the resi dence at Chiselhurst has been strietly closed to all but nearest . friends and relations. Physicians state that death resulted from causes iiidepeud ent of surgical operations to which the puticnt was subjected. The event produces a deep impression in Lon don, where the Emperor was always personally very popular with the masses. The evening journals pub lish long obituaries full of expres sions of mournin"r. Paris, January 9 Evcnin?. The news of the Emperor's death was re ceived at a late hour this afternoon. It is not yet possible to estimate the effect here. The Imperialists, of course, are profoundly affected, and appear to regard the event as a final mow to their hopes, t he only even- mgjournal which has any editorial on the subject is the Menmgrr de I art, an influential finance organ. It closes a brief article with the fol lowin-r tribute : "The disasters whieh have made shipwreck of the empire will not cause to be forgolton the great services Napoleon has ren dered to the nation, m re-establishing order and developing the prosperity of the country." None of the other evening papers had time to do more than print the announcement without comment. London, January 9. The Empress Eugenie weeps continually and refus es consolation. Louis, Prince Impe rial, who arrived after his father died, is prosirated with grief. The Empe ror's death was caused by embolism. It was so sudden that the last sacra ments were not administered, the priest having arrived after all was over. The body will be interred at Chiselhurst until it can lie removed to France. Universal sorrow pre vails in Loudon. l. 6, 8, . 10, 11. ia. ri H is, 19, n 19. 90, SI. , W, , S5, as. ST. as, , 30. 31, 8. S3, 81, rnnf!lfiii. TnHimmatlona. Worm. Worm Fever. Worm Colic. 'ryljK-CuHcorTethliifr of Infant. " Diari hara, of Children or AdulU.... Dysentery, (Sripinr, Billons Colic hnlera-Mnrbm, VomiUog " t'auffh. CokM, Bronchitla Neuralgia Toothache, Faccache... " II idachea. Hick Haiache.Vertij(0 - IJy'pcpala, Hiliona Stomach " Suppressed, or Painful Period - WM tea, too Prorate Period " Crottp, Contrh, Difficult Breathing .. . " Salt liheaiu, nreipelas. Eruptions " ftheaatatlsm. Rheumatic Pains... " Fever and AsracChiUFeTerjUmes GO u Piles, blind or bleeding SO M OphtBsJasr, and Sore orWeak Kjee BO " C'alarrh.acateorcbronic,Iiiflaenza. SO " Waooplag-Cooah, violent coughs 60 Asthma, oppressed Bresthinir GO Kar Discharges, impaired bearing. BO Scrofala, enlarged glands. Swellings BO " UBeilbebUitr.Phriical Weakness 50 " Dropsy and scanty Secretions SO " Kea-Siekaeaa, sickness from riding SO Kidaejr-lMsoase, Gravel (0 " Kervoas Debility, Seminal Kmissloas, involuntary Dis charges 1 00 Firs Boxes, with one J rial of Powder, very necessary In serious cases.......: 5 00 - gars Hosth, Canker. SO t'rlaary W kaeas, wetting bed. SO ' Painful Period, with Spasms ... SO " RaflTerlags at rhancreof life 1 00 " X:pllepsy,Spasms,StVitns'Dsnee..l 00 Diphtheria, ulcerated aore throat.. SO FAMILY CASES Ot 35 large -rials, containing rpecISc for avery ordinary disease a family la sub ject To, with book of directions $10 Of SO vials, with book, Morocco Ca s. . . . . 0 Veterinary Speelaes (flnld, for care of dineaoes of all Domestic Animals, with direction 1 Complete Case, with large Sfaanal. 10 Large Rosewood Case of OO -rials, containing- all our SpeciBcs, including Vet erinary and others not enumerated above.. 39 POTD'B EXTRACT Cures Boras. Braises, Lameness, Sore ness, More Throat. Sprains, Toothache, Earache, .Neuralgia. Hheajaatlam, Umlnro, Piles, Boils, Htlna;, Sor Eyes, Bleeding of the Langs, Nose, Siomaea, or ot Piles Corns, VIeers. Old stores. Price, ft oc, SO ets. Pints, $1 Quarts, $1.73. XW These Remedies, except POND'S EX TRACT, and single vials of Veterinary Medicine, are sent by the cart or single box, to any part of the country, free of charge, oa receipt of the price. Address, Humphreys Specific Homeopathic Medicine Co. j Office and Depot. No. 6CS Bboadwat, Kiw Tout For Sale by all Druggists. jrFor salo by.E. H. Munliall, Somerset, Pa 1 OfTTCrS WAXTKI. W srn ir&iiiee enil(iy- l ni-i)t lorall, ellht-r . s . -Isr. r aimi r iro.re yenr. X"W wtk by .Mrs. M. II. hciwe iiti m tu-rs. Sunerb iircniiuias if ivrn :. dinn er Buule rai.iiilv awl s!ly st w- l"T- Wrlte sml we. 'anlralnr Ine. V. OK TlliXJ- TON, PI'S r IX a IU, lUrUor-l. CL Ageata Wanted for Banyan's) Pilgrim's Progress The mnst beunlliul elltli ev. r LuMletial. Print ed on eU-gHut psi-r. with aesriv i 0 eI(Ulite II lusrruttons. I'ri-ms lanrs sn-i sales sure Kvery bilv wants this fiM work, fur eirenlnr snd terms. a.Mr-M JOHN K. J-OTTfcK a t.li., i'ab- liaUerx, l liilslelliiH. 182J JUBILEE! 1873 ISk'M-t ttm J'lc'.ur. t is the 2SC.V. York Observer, TiieOreul Am-rlin Family .ewpper. 3 a Year with the Jl'BlLKK YEAH WH)K. MIEY E. HOHE st CO.. M7 Park Raw, ar York. BEST, FOB A SAMPLE COPY. iTricls and Traps of America Would V')U avoid hetnsr -l.it" bv R-Swlnd I lew anf Humlmir? Head the"tarSin;led Ban ner."" A Unre, Illustrated Milumn 8 p;iire papr, Ledirer" site. ripk-rolM SUTioo. Sket-hei. Tales. Potior, Wit, Humor. Pui. !eri-a. fce. 11th year. 1 a vear, with slexnnt 1'Mnu Chroiun. A tumn Lesvt-s,- Ine to all. Hily 1. Trv It nnre. Satisfaction icurinleeil. Airents wanted. Outfit Kree. !SXN-liuens. a--..firctuls. A'Mn-es -'BA.V-N fcii," iiihadsle. X. H. CILITSTHS IMPERIAL KISSI JH'! J TAKl. Whole-sale toilie trade. Sinifle cans iMit iHi-triatfit. tin ret-i-int if SI. W. UEB-ilAS T. t'Ul'EA I FK. ReadUia;, P. Every elerk and H.OOrLlUXtt BKYANT, liutlalu, M. Y umKk' F.KPlMi made ea?r. 1 merchant can leam at imv. B-ik mailed. iOC. C- tn Cr'Kl P"r ""ay- Airents wanted ! All J'i lO p" lin'N-s of will-king wode. ol eitlier m, younr. or old, make inirr m-ney at work fiirnn in their epsre mmnents orail the lime than r.t snvtliin- eli"-. Fartii olars lri. Address ii. ST1XSON atHI., Portl.in-l, .Maine. 8 REWARD r- . ( i 1 iillII.. Ui -..-r an n- -ii imhi-i, ii--c-tfii I'.cliina or I'lterate.! Pll- that DkBimi's 1':lc Ukmkhv f-il!.i to cure. It If pre pared exprrsljr to euro I he Pih-s, an-i nut Mux else. S.ild by all dru-l-us. Pric-e !. nnn uu C TRREST XOTES. From Toledo the announcement is made that a bootblack haa bought a building which he has converted into a" church for.his brethren to worship In the United States and Switzer land there is one newspaper to every six thousand inhabitants ; in Denmark one to evtrv 8000: in Germany. Xorwaj and Holland, tint: to every 18,000; in Trance, one to every 20,000 ; in Sweden, one to every 22, 000; in England, one to every 24,000; in Belgium, one to everv 2(5,000 ; in other countries, such ad Austria and Italy, fur fewer. New Advertisement. 0 PER CM NEC! RED RV t lRKT HOITOAGE OS - fflVESTHEMTS a ST HOITOAGE REAL ESTATE . WORTH THEEE TIMES ; THE SUM LOANED. Interest Payable Seml-Annually at the Hanking Hunse of ALLEN, STEPHENS & CO., IN NEW YORK CITY. Or at any Bank designated by the tendor. "llrE ARK INVESTING FOR EASTERN T 1 parties many thiionniula of dollars per month In Brat mnrtirnxes on hniiroved nronertv in llllmila. and each has been tlie demand ltr these desirable sernrlties. that we have, during the last ttfiesa months, placed la them nearly one million of dol lars, tlio semi annual interest on which has, in eiH-h and every case, been pmmptlv paid. These mort ira area are in tl frm ot Trust lkeeda. and ran bocliaed In VO days should there be a Uilure w par Interest or taxes when due. , ' We invest auy sum, lie it large or anull, sn-j col lect and remit interest and principal as it matures, all without expense to the lender, ( 'an refer to parties lor whom we have loaned large amounts, and who have ncrer lust a dollar ett her of princi pal or interest In this cdass of securities during the laat fllteen years. Send for our aniphlet, Illin ois u a place of Investment," mailed iroe. BtsBtc.wiuori. , 'oeo. w. -roiis. WIIAOATOMS, lr-aler la Real Eatate Ten Par Coat. - ecaritles) an4 Hrhoel Bands, BLOOMINCTON, Illinois, . ang-73 ... , , . A DM IN I STB ATO R'S NOTICE. tiutio of Solomon P. Homer, late of Jenner I p.. deeeaicd. Letters of administration on theabore estate har b'g been granted to the undersigned, notice ifi here by given to those indebted to mukeimmoliatepriy ment. and those having claims again! it will pre sent them, duly authenticated for settlement at the late residence of Jalil deceased, on I'ri iay, Janu ary 17th, lS7i WM. S. MORGAN, Adiniuiifirator. VICK'S FLORAL GUIDE For 1873. The Oul le Is now published qu:rti"1.ir. 25 cent y for the year, four number, whivh is not half the cost. TlKwe who afterwards send Hi mey to the amount of one dollar or more for S-.!tis may also onler Twenty-five Cents worth extra the pri'-c paid for tbe Gui le. The Jnnujry Number Is beautiful, giviiig phins for milking Kurul Hmucs. iK-tgus for i'iuiog Ta ttle lleeor-itions. Window Garden. &.C.. him con taining H m:is of information invuln-itde to the Uwer of flowers, ihie lluu lrcl ami l illy panes, on tine tinted paper, sotue Five iluidred Kngr.iv Ings and a suero (A,hireil Flate snt Clinmio t 'ov er. The First Kdiliocof Two lluii-ire.1 Thousand jnt printed in bngli?.'i au l Genuju, and read send cur. JAMES VICK. Rochester, N. Y". How, i tea ai wtere to ilwlia ScctheAUVEItTISKilS GAZETTE. Ky mall 2 cents. OH). P. KUVVIILX. a, CIA, 41 Fa Kow, N. Y. J nl. Y S S M N E E S N () T I C E. Havid S.iylor. of Summit t wuliip. having intfle a voluntary ai'-ignmi-nt for the benefit of his creditors to the nnder.-dgued. on the 17. h ln-cem-!er. l7i notice is hcrel.v given to all w-rsijus in debted to him to make imiue-lUte paMcnt, and tlxise havingct-iims will prcent tbcin ai the rcai-den-e ol thesjid asigne. vn Saturday. February a. M71 WAI.U. HAY, Uecii Arfiifuve. ' Men's, Youths' arnj FOB, Fall and Having greatly hv-ri-,, the past year, , .re "2 V. yoor approval a -!r,t, "". specialty of ' FINE READY-SHE Q Fully equal. If not nr,er, ;. sim nni.n to the be ' ""Bv ! one-third less; fcut j,,,,,, 1 r, menUwehavssn txm.Jl . -- I constantly supplied .h large fore f , .- ;'.!!. CLOTHING Of Our Own w4 Dili Which we rmrintM .. i. eheaper m Price than sv ' -1 E SCHOOL S, I" .1 QT'.PII. VN.V COURT SALE. Prospectus for 1873 Sixth Year. THE AT.DIKE, An Illustrated Monthly Journal, Universally admitted to D9 the Handsomest Periodical in the world. A Representative and Champion of American Taste. Not for Sale in Book or Hews Stores. THE Al.DISE. while Lvued with all the rem larlty, has none of the li;miorary or timely inter- ert characterise ic of ordinary periodicals, it isan eleirant mincrlhtny ot puru, lixhL. ami irraeeful litemtare; and a collection ol pictures, the rarest siiccimeas id' artistic skill, in htuck and white. Al though each suoceedimr number alloc-Is a fresh plensure to its friendis. the real valuo anil beauty of J UL ALUIS E will be most appreciated alter it has been bound np at theelose of the year. While other publications m-iy claim superior cheapn" ascompired with rivals of a shuiUr class. THE ALDISE is a nniquo and oriadnal ronceptiou alone an:i un.tpproaciieii atiu(eiy witnout com petition In price or chaftteur. The possessor of a complete volume cannot duplicate the uan:ily of Dne paper and cnirraYmirs m any otner sioiie or number of volume lor ten times lis a.;; 3D 1 then there are the cbromus, besides : ART DEPARTMENT. Nutwithstamiimr the Irarcasc in the prleei f subscription Inst Fall, when THE ALPINE at- flumed its present noble proportion and represen tative enaracter, tno edition was more tnan doub led Uurlnir the past year: urovimc tlust the Ameri can puoile appreciate, and will support, a sincere effort in the cause of Art. The publishers, anx ious to justify tbe ready confidence thus demon strated, have exe-ted themselves to the utmost to develop and improve the work; and the pl-jns fcir tne eomiiur year, as uulolded oy tne monthly Is sues, will astoih nn I dcliirht even the niosl nn ttuine frit-mis of THE ALOIS E. The publishers are authorized to announce ilc- sfns from m.sny of tha most eminent artist of AUlCflCM. In addition. THE AI.DISE will reproduce ex- amides of the best foreiirn musters, selected with a view to the bivaest artistic surccss, and ifrcatiat sencral interest; avoiding such as have become fa miliar, through photographs, or copies of any kind. The quarterly tinted plates, for 1S73. will renro- duce four of John S. Davis' inimitable ehiht aketches, appropriate to the four seasons. These plates, appearing in the issues for January, April, July and October, would be alone wurth iiie price of a year's sutMcription. l lie popular leiture or a copiously uiikuraled "Christinas" number will be continued. To possess such a valuable eimonie of the art world, at a eost so trlflinir. will cummund the sub stTibtions of thousands in every section of tbe country; bat, as the osefulness ami attractions of i tit. AiiUirt t. can oe ennanoea, m proportion to the numerical increase of its supporu-rs, the pub lishers propose to make assurance double euro," by the following unparalleled otter of PREMIUM CHROMOS FOR 1873. Kvery sulocrlber to THE AL D .". who navs in adv-ace for the year 1S73, will recclvs, without ad ditional chanr -, a pair of beautllul oil chromos, alter J. J. Hill, the eminent English painter. Tno pictures, entitled "The Villa go lielle." and "Crossing the Moor, are UiJ) inches are print ed from ii different plates, requiring 25 impres- lons and tints to perfect e.tch picture- The same ehroinoe are sold ft .'W aerpnir in the art stores. As tt is l he iietermtnni n ol its cooourfors to Keep THE ALDME oul of lite reach of competition iu every depurcinent, tho chronics will lie found oor- resiMm-.Umrlv atieud ol any mat can tie oiiercd tiy other periodicals. Every suliscrllier will receive a oerti.Vnte, over the signature of the publishers, gnnrnnteeiitg that the chminos delivered shall be equal to the samples furnished tbe sgent, er the money will re reiuihieii. ine flistnnnuon ot pic iun-s of this grade, frisa to the subaeriliers to a five oit.ir iicriotiieiil, will mark an epoch In the ntstt- or Art; SB I. cwusiocring tue unprecedented lieaimess of (lie price for THE ALblXE itself. the marvel falls iltilo short of a mirtele; even to those best acquainted with the achievements of inventive goniits and improved mecliai-hal appli ances. (For Illustrations of these chr-dcoa, sue November issueuf TUE A LVlE. THE LITERARY DEPARTMENT Will continue un-ler the eare of Mr. KICHAKO HEN 11 Y STOIiliAUD. assisted by the beat writ ers and poeis of the day, whe will strive to have tne literature or THE ALUM EHittyn Id keeping with ita artisUejitractioua. TERMS.- per annum. In advance, with Oil Chrouoe Ire. 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IyUers of a Iminis ration hav tnz been irranted by the proper authority, to the undersigned, on the estate of Samuel Will, doewtsed. all persons In debted tu said estiiln are hervby notilied to muke Immediate payment, a ad th.isn having claims will present theni dulyauthenii.ated for scltlctacut aud allowable. GEOUGE SHANGLER, declt A Jmlnistralor. E 7S I KAY. NOTICE. Caw-' trvsawifslng en tha t rcmls-'S at the nib. s-rlli-;r, In Uiwur Turkeyfoot township, about the lo. h of Novemlr-r laat a dark brtiulle heifer aUut two year otl, under hton( ot the right ear; left ear partly ex: ot. The owner will pleo some lor war.I, iriy eliaiV'Si prove property, and take her away, or be will bo -4d accor-llug tn law. JOHN FAIPLEY. I'.v virtne of so, oiierof sale Issuing out of the Orphnns" t.'onrt : Anirwi e-uuty, l'a.. to me di rected. I will oifi-rut public ouu-ry, in Berlin bor ough, on S TI"KI!.Y, JAM AUY 14 187J, at 1 o'-lock. on th- ,ir,-ndses, the Fdl-iwtng real e tHte. vix: Th? itii livi-ied itoe-hnif of two lots of ifrouud situ-ite in f-ri.H ls.n--ai2h.Ti7.: LotsNa ' no an I S7, a-!olning North street on the north, al ! I'-v on Iheejs:. allvv i n the st-at h. and lot of Geo. John-.n rt-i otners im the west, upon which is erected a tannery an ilisntures in goudeoniiition. Terms m.ide ku- wu on :xr 01 sni". ALIi!-:i!T HEFFLEY, drc'.a A-'ra'rof .Vli-g HcffieT, THE Scientific American, FOIl 1873. Bsautifully Illustrated. Tha Sti.-ntilic Americtin. b-jW la its i; h year. enys the widest 1-tri-uiaLi.iu of any au.ilugoti pe- rto-.ii-ai in tne wori-1. 1-s -oinci!is i-inir.!ce the latest an I most Intcr esihig inloruiiti.ru pertaining to the indust.rinl. Mecb.iuii-al and Se:eoii!ie ir -gross of the World; liescritloiis. wi:n ti.-.iau:ul Engravings, of New Inviiiions. 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Jan 17 72 SELLERS' IMPERIAL Cough Syrup MAS STOOD THS TIST OS OO TBAR8. son THt oust or COUGHS, COLDS, BDABSESEl CffLDENZA, TicUlaS Sessatisa of the Throat - WHOOPING COUGH, 1c. ASK Tom DRUGGIST FOR IT. ' : ruraxio okxt t R. C. SELLERS & CO. "tttaburojh, Pwu T QASSELMAN; PLANING MILL! WO LFKRSi; KS5 1'F.R, riliLLirPIafcCo., gCOXOMV IS WE.UT To tbe Ladi. j TRT 0E OF i Bless & Drat! Improved Patent Sel.'Ha,. Smoothing ti Which ufastbeerimfnzauiiiTebr 1 out tiiew.siitrr. rf This Iron enrttrlfrtilM it. r..Ti -l. omy in domestic life. awj j, w-i"i'l tkm of every bowsrkeeaer. It j, t a fire inside. Hke an or-linirr m.m dinerent sizea. wefirhinir rna cr-" I It snres one-thivi the tun- J0 . 'Z: I much lew fstiKoe no .las.r 3 ' clothes, ami when irmda tLey let. finish. T It lerxls to the irorwr a srrest !! i since, by the ase of iu h,.t rt-mt u. .1 the person is not subicted to ifc. j.i. ble heat of a store iir fomtre in vi , A sufficient nroof of th ..'." gives, ami the favor wiih whih ni,J. 1 aireaoy large an 1 stiil inen-ar.j are! which tells how fast it is 0.3 - use thnioghoat the country. " Not onlv are the virtues "of tk, nome. iui ine true wortn 0: it 3 -1 parent everi nere. lnt thotuan-if . -being siM to varioos foreiim ri.in:nJ k. viiu-i-tirr- in me but, the eicellcncyof this in-n. thai ., J needs a trial to prore Itself rsiui.H-v i keener, and we wnmnt ih.m ... ... . I the directions are fully observe:. tmfXo chtr.qt of Iron itr"ii-'f-all that is necessary for a fam;:v. ccstnntly hot while in use. an i "1t r Cm CehI's Wcrtl af Ciirxii r-: "Iwonld not be without ttii-ire it. not iret aiKWher. is the rHjaiU-. use the litele woa-ier. I TRY IT! Tr ' di. ecliont mcloui . m Fur sale hv FRAK ii. SH HIT. PE".'-, nameiisTiiie. j-iuierset. t -4 JOR SALE I August 2Sth. l7i die 15 and one 20 Here Ie Boilers, Smoko-Starii AH complete. hot. 13, 72-tt Cheap for oh. iii- W. W. Mt'KlP.' t OlFTtUTERFI Tbe only KelUUeQill Dimriwa $60,000 00 IN VALUABLE G3 TO EE DISTRIBUTE ?J I.. i. lMth REGtXAB MliTX' GIFT ENTEEE To be drawn Morxlay, Fei'nur; " TWO GRAND CAPITA $5,000 each in Grwi Ts Prism I h f Prizra Tew Prisew. INGREENBAd 1 Horse and buxirv. with fllrsrai orth one tine-toned li.-i- W. ten Familv k-wing )! ewh: live gold Watchi s at fins' each: ire rold American Huutinr'1 ia each; len Lio lies' ihM K-a- worth eTieach: wjO old nJ N.r 1 imt Watches, (in alL) worJi tra ? Oold Clmins, Silver Ware. Ji-edr; Whole lumber gift, 6,500. T.cketin AGESTH WASTED TOSlU! to ksn Liberal Premise-, Paid. s: tJ Sincle Tickets, f I: Six Twelve Tickets $!0; Ts Fiva Tickets 520-1 rireulars cmtslnlng M !l ' f si-ription of the macut-rof Art"" Airmutlon In reference I" to' I" si'nt to any one oroenng ihai. addrcsscfl to MAIN OFFICE. I m W. FWh St. janl ( J Samuel R Repli glu, puui IC SA LE. Arc sow prepared au all kinds of nlnninv and manuicturiiig BUILDING MATERIALS, FLOORING, WEATHERBOABDING, " SASH AND DOORS, WMqw and Dcor Frams, .. BT.ACKETS. &rt.J TinT p for ft r ---, Jl a tav a a - - Mignetle Timekeeper, '"raf. A periect OEM fr tB.,Jr fcVt trader. Nv. farmer, ai "Jtf)' 1 In t!i lW i P'-.-x vs. iVr- Margnret Ann Rcpk-ale. vures. Ami now to wit, 3d IVeaer. r or A. tt. twnnnii, r.... ?":. f oun appoint jnnn n. o-"- j,m. ........ !i i -wi rri' S opinion. Somerset i'ountv. : .. . - Extract from tne rcn-rd crti iw!ll attcn.1 to the .!aiief ment at tbe t oort H-ase. In tK erset.on Th uriay. lt U J a"! . i tn the forcible declt - if' coanfy. the ur.-ri!ier. a-""" Knhlinan, deccsse.1. will u ry Sdh.wing renl estate, at the M st M ineral l'elnt, ua . SATtRDAY.JAlAR at 1 o'clock, p. m. 'Vi' miib' ' mNmt one-fiiurth of an acre. " frame house. 4rt.i'lc sa.1 "''iltrr- en-ete.1. .iHiini'"C .ph'!'priL ers. Terms cash 1st AH the amount to be l"1'1 JiiS deo IS Or anything us-.-d In buihlbur. pared to saw We are also pre- FR AME-Tni BEU, BOARDS, i& t H i Li. all in a neat t K ! A And any thin In that line r balns. AH kinds of work done to order. Orders promptly blind. VrOLFEUSHEl.'OER. Il F A EL it VII ILLIFI'I, Casseltnan, Somerset Co., Pa., July 27, 197i to demde ourrect lime ao.1 wtit all in a neat ly used ior iwo hJis perfect triumph d "k"' cat ense, prepaid W any a. Circahir. sent free Mtt. the mannt s, EKAt'-' Urattlelotu, V.