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. . January 22, 1S73. 3.000 KECS hf Butter Wanted. - , i t. ...... en ii. Wfr,:,";n Js f our immediate trad.-, ""thanis for former ratronnge, B BROOKE NYCE&CO.. j 4 sotrm street. BALTIMORE, MD. . had at H thf stores. Car riu l ,rrciainP'rtDvi8iBr0(L ,wn.-i. 30 cents can,- every VKESH v- ;L Shaffer's. . . ... ii. Li. liaskels. rone etc. ,iiinfi-tu1" ' w ira-id for cash at Cook & Bcer- Le Ji.'rri & Bro-' LininH-nt, for all l.rfandr'''"- , T -(rived at Davis & Bros, a ilen- nf Parlafin fill nn tn 4 jjetTiip. Wank anu jui'S'"'"1 bank Chapped Haxds, face, rough akin, jiini idea, ringworm, aalt-rheiim, and other cu taneous affections cured, and the skin made soft and smooth, by using the Juniper Tar Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Oa, New York. Be certain to get the Jun iner Tar Soap, as there are many worth less imitations made with romnion tar. nor. 20, 12w. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Johnstow n and Somerset ltauroad. on last Saturday, the old Board was re-elected for the ensuing year. Mr. Rolierta was re elected Treasurer, and Mr. Elder Secre tary. A resolution was adopted fixing the gauge of the road the same as the Penn sylvania Central, and also adopting the Stony Creek route as located by the way of the mouth of Ben's Creek. Johnttottn Tribune. uti budii-ls of coal t btutzman s lflrw1,ts per bushel tor nne. fmnr flour Imrrels for sale at the .rr ami feed store of Cook 6i Beerits, Win -' Somerset, Pa., iue gt rUulzuian's bank, ,!! com. tlHI icoal. 4 cents. 6 cents. 8 cents. Ui txrsons ho have left dmls in my !. i ,r recording will please call and ,hfm .tonco. " D.J. Horxer. .j ftiuilv flour, corn meal, oats, chop. didli-d curn tor cashonly at Co..k & riis' fl.mr and leea store. .irv H. I'm, Esq. w ill lie absent at .hiBLlon City about ten days, during, di time Henry Heffley w ill attend to liusinfsa of the office. Change of Name. The citizens of Blood v Kun. Bedford countv, bv a 'ote ot over five to- one, have resolved to petition the proper authority to change the name of their Iwrough to Everett City. The w isdom of the change becomes the more apparent w hen we consider the harshness und inappropriatencss of the present cog nomen of that enterprising "Village. Our only wonder is that this move was not made long before this. The Pennsylvania lUilrond Company is now running through trains, in close connection, virtually,, between Cumber land and Philadelphia. Thev run to the junction with the Cumberland and Penn sylvania Kailrond at Krcighliaum s, three miles from Cumberland. Persons leaving Cumberland at 10:0o a. M. will arrive at Bedford at 12:44: at Huntinsdon at 4:15 p. m., and at Philadelphia at 2:30 the fol lowing morning. Leaving Philadelphia at 11:40 p. m., they arrive here at 1:35 p. M. following. Cirilutn. ir W. S. MorxCAis has goncto Pliila hi, to attend surjrical and medical lee and has h it Dr. yi. lanneuill in -si- during his alwence. tRs. The hicliest market price wid pilfer all kinds of native furs, at the ,nif' Express ollk-e. : J. H. ZlUMEUMAN. S bool Books ! School Books ! ! Jl assortment at Miller's Drug & Book 11 tl!l 1 - 1. I. , I, -e. aimidiiik-s, iimn iMMtus anu an is of Blank J looks. !iss. Rcbkrts, the wife of our Conntv jsurer. 6liiiii.-d and fell, one day of last k, and broke her arm. We learn that is doing well, but suffered greatly from torture. aushai.l, ot the "People s Drug will mure into his new quarters in di vs. It will certainly be the hand- t in the countr and will compare fa lily wiih any drug store in Western nsvlvaiiu. o Moue Expujsions. Go to W. W. b 4 Bro., and buv a Ixix of Prof. tun's os-Expusive Lamp Pow- . It it the wonder ot the world ! It positively prevent your htmiis from x'dnir, and your lamp chimneys from -.tag. lie ft-w wann (lavs of last week enabled biel M'evand, Esj., to add considerable k work to his new building on l uion l- t. Anoilier such a spell will allow pi Pinniieic me brick work. It was f arm one day, Uiat the men worked :r sliirt sleeves. little child of Jacob Showman, who ii about a quarter of a mile to the 1 of town, scalded itself most horri i' day of last week, by upsetting a .rtile of boiling water over its little Kuldini: the skin nearlv all off. It knk urc qf lr. Milk-rand 15 doing to day publijj a letter troin a Har "jrr, (urmpondent that came too late as week's rpcr 'ut know tliat ib the news therein contained is not latest, that our readers will find it t interesting. We hone to receive a rtsch eek during the scstion of the .ure, inini the same c-orresjiondent frtsk pork, for car corn by sled load 'fats i-r bushel, oats by sled load at 'Jifr bushel. Buckwheat flour at per UK) ixninds. Corn Meal at 3 SO !"' unds, liest Family flour at $10 fd and even'thing e"lse in their line rates, call at the Grocerv t Fed r afConki Beerits, Somerset Ph. 'hi dwelling portion of the Somerset mj will be let, by the School Direc tor one yearlrom the 1st of April, by d proposals to be handed to U. F. 'J, q President of the board, on or re haturuav. J-ebruarv 1st., at one tk. r, m. Freshet. The heavy rains last night had tne effect ot raising the Casselman river to high water mark, and causing con siderable destruction in its course. The narrow guagc trestlework was completely swept away. The abutments of the wagon bridge below town were so badly injured that the bridge cannot l crossed, and one of the pillars of Salisbury branch road was demolished. It also occasioned several slides along the main line of the P. W. & li. It. li. Brooks' tunnel is said to have badly caved in, and trains from the west are much delayed. Dale City JUeord. A Srxoo.AR Ixctdest. A corresKnd ent of the Lancaster Iiujiiirtr chronicles the following singular incident : On Sun day lat-t we noticed two snow birds of the same sjiecies in combat with each other on a fence. One of them soon lost strength and was killed by its antagonist, w hich soon commenced to devour greedily its former mate. The unusually deep snow on the ground covers all the weed stalks bountifully filled with seed, w hich gener ally afford provision during the winter season, hence there is starvation among them, which oomels them to kill each other for food. Singula r. Our Ilagerstown exchanges bring us tidings of a singular phenomenon which occurred in that vicinity on Tues day last. They say that on the day named extraordinary sounds were heard at one and the same time, in Ilagerstown, Funks town, iSniithshurg, and other towns in the vnlley, and also at Mechanicstown, in Frederick county. The sound infall those places is similarly descrilted as the distress ed cry of some w"ild beast. It everywhere created the greatest alarm among cattle and dogs. What caused it no one can sur mise, but it is supxjsed to have been pro duced by some atmospheric cause, What is it!" Public Opinion. The Stovepipe. The New York Tri bunt publishes the following communica tion : Sir : There is one condition in the policies of fire insurance companies in the "Old Country" which requires to be adopted in New York, and throughout America even more than in the United Kingdom. Every policy provides that the piics of any stove used in the premises shall not pass within 14 inches of any woodwork. The observance of this rule ungbt have saved ltarnum s .Menagerie. It would save us from inanv other fires that occur. It is easily carried out. It ought to be rigidly enforced in every part ot the Lmted Mates by all the fire insur ance companies. Communicated. Stotstown, Pa.. Jan. 20, 187a. ) Havinir visited Storstown lately. I called on our old friend, Da'vid Clark, Esq., and was invited by him to inspect his arrange ment Tor storing ana Keeping 01 apptea, w hich I found to be first-class. He has put up a range of shelves, running the whole lenirth ot the four sides ot his eel lar. They are supixnted by posts set at proper distance apart, reaching from floor to ceiling. They are piacea auoiu twenty or twentv-four inches apart the whole height of the cellar. They arc formed of narrow boards with spaces between, and are alwut two feet wide from the wall out wards with a front board about eight or ten inches in height. On the lower shelf he stores potatoes, beets, turnips ifcc, . - Commencing then with the second shelf, he puts a thin layer of leaves, corn husks, (lxrtu thoroughly dried), upon which be puts each variety separate, to the depth of troin twelve to eighteen inches next the wall, sloping outward to the depth of the front of the shelf. One of the advantages of this arrange ment is that the apples can be readily ex amined and if any arc fonnd U be rotting, arc at once removed. Another is, that there is always a free circulation of air through each shelf, which tends to pre serve and keep the apples, in full flavor and freshness. An inspection of this method by our far mers would convince them at once that the cost of it is soon Mid by the better preser vation of the apples ; some varieties keep ing much longer in this way than by the old method of being put in deep boxes and barrels. It is well worth a visit to our friend Clark, to see, and he will take pleasure in showing his plan to all interested. ' Yours, Man i!t Gray. Nmerct mm Slaerwl llat Isilnal. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. To Pie Pre tide nt and Director of tJus Horn - tract Mineral Point, Bail Uoad Com . fany. The stockholders of the Somerset and Mineral Point Kail Road Company, met nt their office In Somerset Pa,, on "Monday, the 13th day of January 1S73, und orga- nizea, selecting A. J. Uolliorn, Esq . standing that it should be a gratuitous one. But the resolution has Ix-cn made upon due consideration, in the firm belief that my interest as the heaviest bondholder is whol ly inconsistent with some of the duties that might hereafter devolve upon me as a incmtx'r of the board or us its chief officer; and whether or not, the existence of such relation might lead to suspicion on the part .of alfWB-linlilAra u-hfth I will nns tri fa . ... ... .... . - ..... Prxirint .miv t y... c,.. ' room tor by further olucial aervice. Tho ronnrt c j u. ' 'n t t With thank for vour steadfast confidence.. dentofthn mud tnr 'fhn rL,i i I hereby surrender the trust you so gener- 1 a a- . 1 m t flliult SVin Hila.! tS TtlJa it rtt Aal Ml ACI 1 V K,A . Xew AdvrrtiistmenU, pUBLIC SALlf. "T7' il.T rirtue of an order of aula vrnuted y tbe ttr bs,M' Omrt of tvimrmct oiunty, P.. the nmlf r Hirnwl will offer for aale, on the premises, on SATt.'KDAV. FEBRUARY Uth,18T3, -at 1 o'elurk p. m., the real estate of Henry Omihaw. of Somerset townahlp.o'ec'u'., fenu x!aliln acre and S3 perches, with 1U0 ten eleer. 26 acre in mcwlcw. with a two itory houae, bask bam, a it-ram mxue au'l oinerout iiunninKKinereon crw-r Xcta Afierrliisemenl. ; TirAJfTKl.. A reliable an. InUlllgTnt man of 1 1 ITwkI aililreaa, to enirai(a In a rtt-.ln.blo ami lucrative baaincH uractnciair frum I,6ikj ui in per year. AdUreaa J. B. KUUU :., New York: Ho't, ehieams or Sao Tnnrtro. IO.O0O ACENT8 WANTED! T A ROE waaranvile br honeat. Imimtrlous men M ana wnmea. Xew AdcrtiM'mentK. Xcw Atli'ertieement. to tsvh aent. so Halifne Lilbxranhl ta i BOWEX ktXi.. Marion, Ohio. Friohtfcl Accibent. A most fright- lul accident happened to two workmen while engaged in putting the iron window hoods on Mr. Boer's large building, on the corner of the diamond, on Friday of last last week. While standing on the scaffold and engaged in fastening tho hood on the corner window (facing the diamond,) ol tue second s'.orv, tue timbers broke and both men tell to the ground, a distance ol from twenty to twenty-five teet Morris Wren had lxith arms dislocated at the wrist. one bone in each anu fractured, . his face and head badly bruised, causing considers ble injury to the brain. David lieigle fell on his hip, badly bruised bis sides, sprained his wrists, and struck his head on the ground, which for some time knocked him speechless. He was however, not serious ly injured and is now considered out danger, W ren Is still in a precarious con dition from an injury of the brain. Both men are from Davton, Ohio, and are here with two others putting on the iron cor nice furnished by Gebhart & Co., of that citr. urs. uood, .Miller and lirutiaker were all summoned immediately after the acci dent and liound up the broken limbs. Since that time, however, they have been unde the care ot Ur. . . Uood. It la PronOHKred the Beat. Somerset, Jan. 13, 1873. To the Pi blic: It affords us real pleasure to recommend to the public the "Adjustable Spring Bed sold by A. Ferguson & Co. . Having given it a thorough trial, we do not hesitate to say that it is a luxury we would not wil lingly disiense with. Whilst it is a much more durable bed than other more expen sive ones, it cannot lie suqiassed lor ease, heaith and comfort. In seeking for objections to it, we could find none greater than this, that it allures to early rest in the evening, and to more prolonged repose in the morning. They who find fault with so comfortable and luxurious a resting place after the toils and laiMtrs of the day, can, if they choose, re turn to the old bed-cord and chaff-bag sys tem, and spite nobody but themselves. For ourselves, we prefer the luxurious ease which this bed anords whilst enjovin " tired nature' sweet restorer, balmy sleep. . Give it a trial, and you will find you have no article of furniture that you would not more willingly give up than this. Frozes to Death. On Friday e've ning last, Mr. Wm. Kay lor left Eoensburg for his home in Allegheny Township. He had gone to that town that day to pur chase groceries, etc While en route home he fell in the snow in the eastern end of Ebensburg, and remained there probably twenty minutes. A passer-by rescued him from the sudden death which yawned be fore him the thermometer stood at 10 degrees above rero by carrying him into a neighboring house. 'After he had been measurably resuscitated, he was conveyed to his home by friendly hands ; but though the iK-st of medical aid was speedily sum moned, he died soon afterward. The de ceased was a son of Jacob Kay lor, and was alout forty-five years of age. Joltnhtcn inoitne. 'I Purest and Sweetest Otd Liver Oil l-.,J4f t'at wdl's, made on the sea f ImuJ bvrVift'lirfcd livers, by Ca- Hsatrd Co., Xqy York: ah 1 ly purt and tirul. Patients who "fit taken h prefer it to all others. have decided it superior to any usher oil in market. Jan. 1 Iw, At.of an excellent quality can 1 had Italian ; hank, , distance aouth- "f the Uirourd II II iilitu.r.lt will M to the measurement and is authoriz- - wive money therefor. From and lltli Decenilier, iierstms taking 7 Autilie than twenty bushels r; , ' ' Jl CPU, UIII17V JJ 'iiL-eniem. ' pained to learn of the uncxpect ;'li t tijrle station, Illinois, of Col. '-a Hicka. Hid, WM fonn.r. , ulolSli,i)Wa oH,uhip, oflhi. 7" Biercantile business,' and in ,rl. elected Hegistcr & He TVJ WUhty, Ha was a genial extensively known and respect- I nu. . j " "na oeatu win tX?ted bi' 'do circle of lriends and -uuBncea. HIT THE Tltfir-r,.T.. .....!.. j i. iLDalh Xh wlny of his lady Lj!"P tne praises of the Domes- tT? Wffer ear, as the rav HifilU.d the evening air with to. 24 Sixth street: Pittsburgh: wfl one of those perfect niachinee. - T4 " Since filled her young thttr "", Kutowva her do Hie says she WoiiW not do Kan .'""D,,,e R""Jat Blvmvcr's :rm. : cuuners, i.oai isuck ' T k.w,, foal Shovels, Forks, kn.ves, Slaw Cutters. Horse S 5 of LH. Sleigh Bells-Al- Tand Brush Holders, Soap Porcelain ire rs in dentil, ou'eU and i;!Mt ""JthuiR t all in the -.,"! P I'lymyer'. Store for btjn, ,,T'?'-,"rAm"n8 other reforms aic luju ut mu FOPSDRT AND MACHINE SHOPS. Wc take great pleasure in being able to an nounce to our readers that Dale City is to have a first-class foundry and machine shop at an early date. Mr. Paul, a prac- i lical foundryman and machinist, lias se cured four lots from Grandimp Buechly, near the Narrow Gauge Station, on which he projioses to erect tlie suitable buddings. This w ill supply a much needed want, as our manufacturers heretofore were obliged to get their heavy work done oulsidt the county. Mr. Paul expects to build loco motive and stationary engines, and supply any cast ins or other machinery that may bv needed in a milling or manufacturing district. Who comes next? There is room for a dozen more enterprises, and a better location cannot lie iound. -lieeord. Dr. Kether's Great CYre. The h,ii iwirtanoe of treatment in' a Vast "variety of Chronic diacaaes, has .been the study of this geutletuan for a lifetime covering a period or over forty years of a reputable practice. His practice now is almost in credible to any one except those who are acquainted with his great skill and energy in the treatment of a class ot diseases, which, from physicians ordinarily, have received little or no attention. Ur. heyser s Lung Cure sweeps from the system all morbid matter, and that too, without weakening or impairing the general health, or in any way hindering the ordinary duties of life. Its K)tcncy is really marvelous to any one but the doctor himself, who examines the lungs with as much accuracy a if he could see the hcaviiigs ol the lung. Office, 107 Liberty street, Pittsburg, Pa. The Lai. p'iM.fC.-rtaiH aanntj mohious charlatans wbultTfuin persuade the world that diffusive stimulants have no medicinal value, and that detestable slops, coiuiKised of griping acids and drastic purgatives, are better tonics than the finest vegetable ingredients combined with the purest and mellowest products of the still. But this sort of thing won't go djwn. The stomach of our common sense rejects it, as the physical stomach of every man with an nndepraved palate rejects, with loathing and abhorrence, the nauseojis abomina tions, " free from alcohol," which Hum bugs are trying to thrust down tbe throats of Temperance Invalids under the pretend that the Mllirni i dd Hm TPW7 1v W W Jikely that while Plaktatios Bitters, the Standard Tonic of America, is aav w here accessible, such sickening frauds can piake much headway, but It is as well W put tue public on their guard againrt them. Henry Brubaker, F. J. Kooser, John A. Walter. Solomon Uhl, Wm. Heffley, T. J. Picking, John F. Blymyer, li W. A. J. Colborn, Custis Kooser, A. C. Davis, Daniel Flick, H. J. Picking, C. B. Colborn, S. 8 Good, Eheads. Keport Of the Third month's school, fur the month endlni December 14th, KTi, to the Union School Build Inr: Whole number of puplla enrolled daring- the month, 2M; wlwle number in atteiulanee dariug the month, 2; avrraf stteBdance. ltM; perrenu aire ot altrnuanre, 7a ; wnoie numuer uiai aueou ed every day, to. 4th oradk school rLi.E sktokk, tkacheb. !H F. T. . M 81 67 . 36 27 2 .J& 19 4 . 71 70 71 .15 0 21 A Cold Rck. On Tuosdav. that hitter coki day before Chrhitmas, w hen the ground was covered with snow, a man bv the name of Sawyer, from the cold and Lardy climate of the State of Maine, who now resides at Blacklick station, Indiana coun ty, whilst in conversation with others about the severity- of the weather, nitukt the following wager ; Several gentlemen were assembled wlio were talking ot the unprecedently cold snap, when Mr. Sawyer replied that it was nothing remarkable, and that he could run to Kueld Nation, alsnit two- nitha dbunt; and-lMufcuiTHin. bare'otd. wtidi rvrono s'siiion was made tight of by 'the (xirty. iu. : 1 ' . w r trP Tnlrl rlv an v.t I liov 1. i' , n rr rsiu.1 luivon s! .1 1 a rn ,tntr,ff ?' Which 5jion. . if lqS Home of; when he apapuid und Drcwed to aioiH' jjjraoa urgd against thalr use U!plih tho fwrt, ljt ia i V ' un,ul w me eyes, iteranon the townkhlp Kwa the two li it "'"Oing a bad chiroETaohy I miles and li&ck in M8 minute nri won llin """"w- Th f58. of Pnu;,ioe to uney. without sustaining any injury. save htit i:,.V. lr ,Wcee to be filled by one of his toes, which was bleedinz aiiirht- " Ul lb.1.. .1 i . . ..II,, a . c ij m ui.-u nc leiurneu. A man endeavor eo to aotKHnpany him, well provided with good boots, but could not keep him In sight, and a man on horseback was brought into requisition, who Lad to make his horse trot right lively to keep alongside of him. When he returned he placed his feet in a pail -of oold water for a short time, and was soon ( himself tgnln.' -Exchange. ' 1 Whole number enrolled during month. Whole no. in attendance " ' . " Averate attendance " I'er e'le of " " . Whole no. that attended every dnj 3l GRADE aCHOOO-BISMIB 81rSQ, TACBKB. Whole number enrolled during month.... 31 40 Si Whole no. in attendance " " VWt A veraire attendance " ....IS 31 SO Pere'tireof " " " :8S w S4 Whole no. that attended everyday ....10 17,27 2d grade schooiv aosa nrsTojf, tkachek. Whole number enrolled during month.... 82 33 i vi nole no. in attendance " 32 81 03 Averaice attendanse " " ..230 4o Prre'nteof - " " 78 SO 69 Whole no. that attended every day 1 12 U 1ST OBADS SCHOObL. C OOLBOKX, TBACHn. Whole number enrolled during month.... 34 21 to Whole m in attendance " " .... 81 21 U A Torn are altendanoe " " 24 10 40 Fere't)eor ' 70 77 77 No of ease of tardlm-M " 44 I 9 S 17 No. that attended erery day - " ....Is 111 The pupils have all made ' as rapid pro gress in their studies as we could expect ; yet more can tie made ivy more study and perseverance. We have a few boys, and I am sorry to say, of a large growth, who are very irregular in their attendance, they not averaging more tlian eight or ten days per month. If tbe ircntn are aware ot this or not, we arc unable to say. fu they come with excuses with their parents. names on. W e know that many of the boys can bo soon during school hours, on the street corners ana in tbe stores. Hits should not be, for they flo not learn anything them selves, and only keep those back who are in the same classes, but come regularly and stn vc to progress in their studies. Our at tendance is good, but could le much better if the few wc have stoken of would either remain away entirely or come, more regu larly. We had the pleasure of receiving quite a numlicr of visits from onr citizens during the lust month: we appreciated them very mueh. Let all come we will try and make their visits as pleasant to themselves and as profitable and interest ing to os as we can, Lizzie Kotwer, L. C. Comjors, Assistant, Principal. A Marriage VsofaR Difficulties, The historical regions of Camp Hill, near Clay Lick Hall, this county, had a genu ...... , . . . ' khZi' " " which M Md from hk U it can be rof,i , " neeami. Hie total r,.i "ate li i,.r.., -uert as . n J wc iUKJL!,U', Pu,1, nd day k-. ""a theellarn... r.l I . W ..rT4 marked with a white v "j me noma tomia, - - 1 , I, Ine enaatin, one evening not long since. near wntcu place a marriage ceremony was performed under rather adverse cir cumstances, two young .iiearts were made happy; committed matrimony, if yon please. The young lady lieinif a favorite in the family in which she made her home. Lit was determined to make the affair one of prominence (as it was one of respecta bility) and to this end the large-hearted pattr famQiat of the aforesaid household w cnt about the preparations for the antici pated marriage feast, tearing nothing' na thiiic $o make it a jryous thne to all con cerned, 'and' to the mere' iuunedi$tuly interested in part ica lar. Everything in viting in the eating fiqc wa,s provided, nor was uis wlne-celjar, sold to oe one of the finest in' the county, firgotten. It was made to contribute of all the various deli cious brands. Invitations to be present were extended to a number of neighbors. At length tbe day appointed dawned, and Casey's Knob never smiled upon one more bright and beautiful. The guests begun to arrive about noon (the ceremonies Were to take place in the evening), and about the same time a messenger arrived, sent bv the arents of the young intended. -What's wrong "What's up?" "Where is 1" were the inquiries on all now men. parson and the lialance of the company ar rived ; a procession was formed and moved for the houac some two miles distant, con taining the young man. Arriving there, the young Udyand company repaired to the sick room of tbe young man. and here tho knot was tied. The young couple re ceiving the congratulations of the guests, thev (the guests) returned to Camp Hill and spoiled the eatables and drinkables of the large hearted host. P. 8. Our informant says that the hap py young man is rapidly recovering. Put lie Opinion. i ii a e i i Thb report of our, Borough schools ap pear this week mewhatturtuflod,' owing" WthcriftrttitiifrfotOTr Tamils. Make WShorter; Loo: -' iiere is i were ine inquiries 11 sides, AH attention, the meeaertgftr i,t jt, ; g a:bed. a'n'd"got the ei$ ' f tratts to be done I " The and of M. A. Sanner. Esq.. Treasurer. were then submitted, read bv the Secretary. and adopted br the unanimous votn of tint stockholders, and ordered filed, and referred to the board of directors. The following resolution was then offer- by Hon. A. H. Coffrath. and unanimously adopted by the stockholders : Retained, That we deeply regret the re tirement of W. J. Buer, Esq., from the Presidency of onr Company and his per emptory refusal to further act as its Presi dent, and we hereby tender him our sin cere thanks for the efficient, zealous and valuable services rendered us in the past. After which the stockholders Annual Election was held by Joseph Chornenning and John Hicks, Esq'rs. and Dr. S. 8. Good, -stockholders, previously selected judges of the election by the Di rectors, under the previous Act of Assem bly, resulting in the election of, for President A. II. Coffroth : Directors M. A. Sanner, Isaac Hugus, W. II. KoonU, Alex Stutzman, George Cobaugh, Peter Hetflev. Valentine Hav. Curtis KYmwr John Barron, H. L. Baer, John W. Pat ton and Daniel Weynitd. Whereupon, on motion of Hon. Isaac Hugus, the meeting adjourned. F. J. Kooser, A. J. Colborx, Secretary, . President. Jan. 13, 1873. ; president's report. Office of 8. & M. P., R. It Co., Somerset Jan. 13, '3. ) To the Stockholders of said company Gentlemen : I have the honor of sub mitting to you to-day the first annual re port of the Board of Directors since this Company took upon itself to oierate the Road. At the last annual meeting it was confi dently expected that we should soon thcr v after let the road for a term of years. favorable terms to the Pittsburgh Jt Cott- nellsville Kail ltoad Company. 1 our Boam made an cttort to oane to an agreement with said Company, but tail ed to do so on terms deemed justifiable, and in consequence made an arrangement with the Pennsylvania Central Kail ltoad Comikany lor the rolling stock required. Uxm a lease deemed favorable, the terms ot which have heretofore been submitted to tbe stockholders. This company commenced to operate the road about the 1st day of March 1872, and received the passenger fares from that dav, but the freights were not received un tif the 1st day ol April the P. & C. R. R. Co. having received the same up to that day. Tbe mail and express pay we began to receive or the 15th of March. It will be seen, therefore, that the reiiort of earnings embraces nine months as to freights, and a traction more as to passen gers, mail and express, though it is proper here to state that only f 3 i 00 of the earn ings of March are included in this reiiort, in consequence of the former Treasurer having accounted and reported up to 1st April 1872, at which time he retired. Much of what is contained in this report had to be gathered anew, in consequence of the great fire of the 9th of May last. which destroyed the office and nearly all the books and iiapers it will however be found to be substantially correct, and the board hopes it will show to the stockhold ers a better exhibit than they looked for. It goes tar to demonstrate the future pros pects of tbe road, and shows conclusively that, U the Company could pay oft its float ing debt promptly without hereafter resort ing to the earnings ot the road for that purpose, . tue future revenues, it "judi ciously huslmnded, would not only pay the interest of tne funded debt, but dividends on stock equal at least to the legal rate of interest. With the rebuilding of our town, the business of the road will increase, and it is due to its citizens to say that the substan tial and beautiful buildings they are erect ing insures greater travel on the road : the same energy displayed for another year. will go tar towards making it a desirable place for Summer resort, and your road a success. If those who have given nothing in the way of stock or otherwise, and who have already been directly and indirectly large ly benefitted by the road, could be induced to do a simple duty, the means to pay oft the floating debt would be available ; but your board despairs of relief from that source. 1 he following statement matle from the reports of the Superintendent and Treasur er and the books in the oftice, will show the financial condition of the Comjwny : funded debt. 1st Mortgage bonds - . - ."0,000 00 2d Moitgage bonds - 30,000 00 Lien on depot and building 1,104 80 that your new board will be chosen with an only regard to the success of the road. Respectfully submitted, W. J. Baer, President, ' treasurer's retort. First rejwrt of M. A. Sanner, Treasurer of Somerset & Mineral Point Rail Road Company, 3d January 1873 : rAsssxaea fare, uv , April, 1872, from P. Kooeerand A. T. Ank- enr (377 32) M 9X3 HI May, 1872, from W. V. Kuoaer, conductor.. 7 it 10 June, " " . . 506 SO July, " " " .'. '741 26 Autr.. " - 720 74 Sept., " " " " ..1,127 10 Oct., " " .. 4S2 36 NOT., " " .. SIS SO Dee.. " " . - ..MOW ExpreM funds ree'd May 14 $18 48 j " " Jun.U.. ...... 2S 10 r I J it JT ... 2I S3 I IA. ft e.l, with an rrhard of exerllent fruit tree, a itnod j tn( TJAtT Ci ATJTT ASLCfCTJQ eoalhank,anlrooorerelnorerfeetthlrk,afuicar AV SJV A, , tAJJI V AOOXitSSi. orcnara on tne prembws, adjoining lands or W m. H. Frita. Joa. Hunter, Hen, Toiler, and others. Tebum: One-third, after the dedtietlon of debt and exuetMee, to remain a itnn, the interest thereof to ne pa hi to tne widow annually during- life, and at her death the'principal to be paid to the child of iwlil deceased; 1,00 on the 1Mb April, 1878. when the deed and puaaeaelon will be ' given, and. 6600 yearly, w ne eecureu uy juiitmeni nonn. . , LEVIIvOXa. Jan 22 Administrator. THEY'. "SAY NO LICENSE. I ray no trout Tbe Siilowmir ean he had (br faun itcv. eharor' Mill: Heat faintly flour al 10 per barrel: buckwheat floor 43 SO per cwt: eorn meat, (3 00 per ewt: wheat, 40 oo per bunhel; rye. f l av per nun not; aneiied corn so eenu per nuariei: buckwheat SI per buahel: wheat bran it 40 Dei ewt: mixture (3 per ewt; and ererythinK In my fine of bualneaa at my mill at 3!llford Station, Umg tne . k m. r. it. k. JaatB . E.D.SKAFEB. QIIERIFF'S SALE. - X'f -,"J2L AMOCRT TklO OCT FVU BALLASTIKO, hC April 274 00 SI3 68 1,123 33 May June. July Auxuat. .... . September October December January 1st January 21, baL In hanJa of Treasurer... 817 73 Ml 21 724 Si 403 M . 22 16 1VS 08 140 (10 Bat. of ennatmctlon fund In band of TVmu.oTs " panenirer are " " 140 w - 237 08 M. A. RANJfKK, Treasurer. A MOI ST KarUTSDrBOM STOt-E, trout Jno. J.Si-hcll, (on atock.) tl.OOO 00 - N. K Lielillter, (in full) 114 42 J. o. Klcnardaon, " " H.S.tKxal " F. A. Smith " Nimhlie " l. F. Walker Abrm. Miller " Jamea famm - " ., .. " (note) " ' JohnNefT (in fall) ;. " Eliaa A. Flick " " John A. Walter " from (ormer Treaaurer A. T. Ankeny M 81 4A 70 ' M 24 M 24 331 84 30 00 400 00 040 00 - 400 00 1M 00 30 00 1 04 PAIS TO CO STE ACTOBS. Order Xu. . Parsun 4i Nan", Blttner. 24 00 " (Juaningham. 3 oo - " ParaonkNeff 26 oo " u - 700 ' " Parson k NefT. P. J. Baker. 20 88 " " 179 Parson It NerT, balance KW 71 " 224 Paraon fc Neff u.......,- 140 24 " 224 Paraon kJfeff.. - M SO " 234 PanonkNer.. ....... ...-.k. 200 00 " " 420 Paraon k Neff 22474 " . " 422 John Neff k Paraon 84 89 423 John Neffjflut)... 10000 " "424 Nca-and Panim... iuo w Balance In Treasurer' baoda 01 80 3.428 43 M.A. SANNER. Treaaurer. MARRIED. MILLER SWANK. On the 9th inst., by Hey. H. K. Keener, Mr. Reuben Miller, ot faint I p., to Mrs. Mary A- Swank, of Qucmahoning Tp. CON WAT W E A X D. On the 9th inst., by Jacob Gerhart, Et., Mr. James t.onwiiy to Miss Anne Weyand, both of Somerset county Pa. SWANK LOHR. On the 16th inst.. at the boose of Harriet Custer, ia Paint I p., 'by" Key. D. Stufll. 3Ir. Jacob D Swank to Miss Mary Lohr, both of Davids vine, bomereet county i'a. SWANK CUSTER On the same day at the same house, by the sua 's, Mr. l- wooa L. bwank to Miss Susan Custer, both oi Bomerset Co., I'. . . Cautiox, Everj grnuine box of Ur. JVIcLANE'S LIVER PILLS bears the signature of FLEMING IJKOS., Pittsburgh, Pa.. ndtheir private United States Stamp. ''Take no other. "The market is full of imi tation. 3lerwM DeMlity. Total funded deU - - - FLOATING DEBT. Due contractor on claims not in dispute - - - - Due bridge contractor - -Due sundry creditors on current accounts - - - 181,104 80 $3,488 88 1,113 35 915 97 Total undisputed floating debt $3,513 20 CAPITAL STOCK. 1,100 shares paid in $.53,000 00 Note The Pittslmreh & Connellsville Rail Road Company is entitled to stock at par for amount which may at settlement be found due them, and it is possible some suUcriptions may yet be collected. REVENUE FROM ALL SOURCES. . From freight - - ' passengers - ' mails . . . 1 express . 1 local freights $3,5G1 13 0.IW5 12 518 39 428 a 209 83 Total earnings 11,712 73 Total expenses including main tenance of way ana improve ments, operating road, material,- rciairs of machinery and wages of employees, sucrtn tendent and all expenses inci dent to the road Payments ' made July first mortgage bonds - - - ' - Jan. '73 interest on mech. lien Interest on Jan. '73 coupons - $7,927 50 1,750 00 110 48 1,215 89 Total interest paid - - - - $3,076 37 AMOUNT BROUGHT fCUWABP, Tottd cxpcjiH and payment Balance available by tbe Superintend ent to 1st January 1873, to wit: Bills for local freight Mail service - - Due by former agent Bills uncollected - - $11,003 93 $112 OO 312 92 199 91 83 9C $708 79 With HaKlooroy attendaata, low sjrlts, denreaa lon, involuntary emlaakma, liaa of aetnea, auenas- im i iiwk, mo oi power, uiiay oeoji. loaa 01 memo ry, and threatened impotence and Imbecility, and a aurereiu-n euro In Humphrey!' Homeopathic ruet'ltie Na Twenty-KiKht. (tomnoaed of -the hmwi vBiuame mini aua potent uurwtlrea. they atrike at once at the root of the matter; tone up the ayitem, arreat the iliac nances, and impart vigor and enenry, life and vitality to tbe entire man. They have cured ihoaaaada of eaaea. Price. $6 per package of nva hoxea and a taixe $2 rUL, wlilch ia very important In ottatinate or old eaaea, or 81 per ainule box. Sold by all llrugfciata, and aent by mmiugiwuiiw price. Aaoreaa n us r M K EY a r tut 1U ttua E IP ATUKJ M EU1CINK tXJ. 402 KrrKulway, New York. jtur. 13. w-For aale by E. H, Manbalt, Somerset, Pa, KOXERSET MABKET. Corrected weekly by A. J. Caskbehi k Oo. Applea, dried, fl Aiplebutter, gal Uutter, V l Muck wheat, fl buahel..... Hecewax, t , Bacon, ahouldcra, )l ..... " aide, - " hama. " (Vim, buahel.'. , Oorn meal Calf akina, f rjixa, (.!..... Flour, fl bbl Plaxneed V bu., (M B).... Lar.1, V .. .77.... ........ Leather, red aole, f) ... upper kiu. (aU,ftbu rocAuiea, ft tm Pi-ahMi, dried, m Ryeflbu ! Kaca, W B Salt, No. i, W bbl - ft do ' Aabtnn. - ..." i... Sugar, yellow f) V ....... ' white ' Tallow, ft Wheat, bu ooi, fi m Xew Advertisement. fi "JV'OTICE. "Notl A 1 By virtue of randry writs of Vtnditianl Cm. aj. Fieri Fcioi ami Levari Facia bwted out of tne tjonn oi tommon neae oi someraet uounty, Pa., and to me directed, I will expoae to sale by public outcry, at the Court iloua;. in Somerset, oa Saturday, tbe 14th day of Peiiranry, 1873, at 1 o 'cmck, r. M., tne louowiug r.ai eatate, via : All tbe right, title, lutcrcat and claim of Huirb Dennunn, of, in and to the following deaeribed real eatate, via: Two certain Iota of gronnd aituate In Harnede- ville, in lxwer 1 urxeylooi tuwnanip, Somerset oo Pa., containing one-half OA) acre, more or leaa, ad. joining alley on the eaat, alley oa the eouth, alley oo tbe west and atreet on the nonn, witn a two eiory irameaweiung nonae ana atanie t Hereon erectea, witn tne appartenaneea. Selxcd and taked in execution aa the property nt Hugh Denlaon at the auit of N. B. Liclilller, aw of John S. Cramer, ALSO- AU the right, title, interest and elalm of Oennn Wilt, of, tn ami to tha loUuwmg deacribed real ea tate, tii: No. L A certain lot ef ground situate In Somer set borough, Someraet county, Pa., containing one Ibartb (''it acre, more or lea, ailjolnlng lota of Jo- aepn snyucr on tne went. Alary vt itt on the eaM, Patriot atreet on the north, and street on the eouth.. No. X. - A certain lot or piece of ground sitnate In Somerset borough, Somerset county, Pa., con taining four 4) acrea, more or lem, adjoining landa of John O. Kiinmei, John Al. Uolderbaum, John H. I hi and feter tlenier, witn tbe appurtenancea and taken In execution aa tlie property of Oeorge Witt, at the suit of the Somerset a. JUineral Poiut KaUroadCo. ALSO All the right, title, interest and claim of Albert Pheifer, ol, in and to the following described real estate, via: A certain lot of ground aituate in the borough of ITrslna, Somerset county. Pa., known 3.424 43 " UH AO- 940 M 1 l'"u 01 PAItJ town, Dounueu on MIO VIUIl VT OT IIUIUHICCI, WCSI UJ APUailCJ, OUTIU by lot No. 344, and south by lot No. 347, with a two story irame uweiung nuuse tnereonereateu, witn the appurtenances. ' Seised and taken In execution aa tbe property of Albert Pheiler at the salt ot Washington Megahea and Jacob urn. ALSO All the right, title, Interest and claim ot-Htram Findlay awl John 1. Roddy, of, in and to the lol lowing described real estate, via: No. L A certain tract of land kaowa as the John Hoy man larm, aituate In Southampton town ship, Somerset eounnty, Pa containing 327 acres. more ur lefts, of wbieh there are about 140 acres cleared and about 20 acre in meadow, adjoining anna ot jonaioan a cone t, jonatnao jsmncK, rl. T. Weld, Adam Stuns farm, Henry .Marts, and others, with a two story log dwelling bouse and batik barn thereon erected, wltblhe appurtenance. No. X A certain tract ot land known aa the Adam btnrts farm, situate In Southampton town- snip, sximeraei county, r-, containing 'a acres, more or leas, of which there are about WU acres cleared and alnt 2U acres ia meadow, adjoining lanua or lanlol Kotos, Adam lcpley, Hoyman bum, and others, with a one two story dwelling house and bank barn thereon erected, with the ap purtenances. Taken In execution as the property oa Hiram Findlay ami John U. Roddy at tbe suit of Ima id nay auu jm-naei nay. ALSO All the right, title, interest and claim of John D. Roddy anu Hiram Fladlay, ot, in and to the iol lewing described real estate, via: A certain tract of laud situate hi Southainuten townnhiu. Somer aet Co- Pa., containing 114 aerea and 111 uerchea. ol which there aie about 30 acre cleared, adjoining- lands of Israel Kmrick. Adam Shlrer and oth ers, witn tne appartenaneea. Taken In execution as tbe Dronerty of John D. Boddy and Hiram Findlay at the suit ot Andrew li. unerica a uae oi auani JSotilrer. ALSO AU tbe right, title, interest and claim of John it. Koddy and Hiram rind lay, ot, in and to the lot lowing described real estate, vis: A certain tract of land sitnate In Southampton township, Someraet county. Pa., containing 374 acres, more or less, of wnicn mere are anout auu acres clear and anouiau acres in meadow, with a two story Inmedweliing house and a one and a ball' story log dwelling house and a irame barn thereon erecteu. adjointag Unas oi Jacob iroutmau, JacoD Jeyilig, Andrew jn- erica, ana oiners, witn tne appurtenances. Taken ia execution aa the property of John I). Roddy and Hiram Findlay at the suit of Adam scutrer, ALSO All the right, title, interest and claim of John V. Muddy and Hiram Findlay, oi, in and to all toe eoal. Iron ore, limestone, metals, losslis, petroleum, minerals and mineral substances of whatever kind or nature lying and. being under and contained witnm a eerialn tract ot ground situate in soutn aaiptoa townablp, Someraet county. Pa., contain ing 4U9 acres ami 110 perchea, lesa a reservation of iraerea, oi wnica were are aoout zau acres clear ed and about 30 aeses in meadow, with a one two atvry log dwelling bouse, and two one story log dwelling houses and one large bank burn thereon erected, adjoining lands, oi John Leidigr JJavid, nay and outers, witn tne appurtenances. Taken In execution as tne nruoertv of John D. Rotldy and Hiram Findlay at the suit of Jonathan uoem-a. ALSO AU the rliihL title, interest ami claim of Mich ael Hay and Hiram Findlay, ol, ia and to the tul- lowing ueacnoeu real estate, via: A certain tract of land situate hi Elklick town- shim Someraet county. Pa., known aa the Juaepa I eia larm, containing luv acres, strict measure, oi wnicn mere are anout 140 acre cleared anu anout 2u acres la meadow, with a two story log dwelling house and bank barn thereon erected, adjoining lands oi Jonas Lichty, Samuel J. Lkhty, J. Philip Homan and Samuel i. Miller, wun lite appurte nances. Talfen In execution aa the uronertv of Michael Hay and Hiram Findlay at tbe suit of Joseph rem. ALSO All the right, title. Interest and claim of William r. acneii, oewnuant, jacoD iiceu ana Junn j. Schell lerre tenanu, ol, in and to the following de scribed real estate, situate In Allegheny township, Somerset county, Pa., vis: No. 1. A certain tract of land adiulning a tract of land surveyed In uaame ef Jouu Motjall, An drew Einrick a big survey, and a tract of land sur veyed in tbe name of George Check, containing 4HH acres, wltb tbe aaaal allowance, with a one and a hall story frame bouse and a one and a bait story tog nouse, one aieam-iwer sawmiu, on water power sawmill aud auule thereon erected, W itb the appartenaneea. No. 2. a oenain tract ef land adjoining Lie above described trad of land, Jacob Meyers, lands war ranted and surveyor in tne name 01 jusepn Mc- CaU and lands el Jolui Check, containing 4ta acres with tbe usual allowance, about lu acres cleared and about 16 acres In meadow, with a two story log houae, bank barn and other out buildings tnereoa erected, witn tne appurtenances. No. 3. A eerialn tract 01 land adjoining lands of Joseph Cougbenour, lands of the above, and wiuum Moutit, containing ss;4 acres, more or less, with the appurtenances. Seised and taken aa the property of William P. Schell, derendant, Jacob Ueetl anu John J. Sciiell, terra tenants, at lite suit of John Alslp use of Ma ry Brown. All the right, title, interest and claim of Edward S. Connelly, of, in and to tbe Ibllowliig described real eatate, vis: A certain bit ol ground situate in Somerset borough, Somerset county, i'a., contain ing one-ftiurth ('.) acre, more or lev, with a two ....... &e ...Octf SO 24c tl 00 30c c 8c 12c .'...41 00 3e ....1 24 j&e ...S10 40 ...1 60 12'c ..S34e 70c sue 4ue ......40c .' lie 00 3e ....20 ...1 24 ... S2 00 ..12?15c ..14&1HC ......10c ... 2U0 ..OODUC otlce Is hcrehv Biren that Jnstah M. Hav. aa- aignee of Michael Smith. ha filed hia account in my il!lcc, and that the aame will tie presented to the t "nurt for conbrmation on Thursday, February 20, 1S73. E. M. SCH ROCK. jan22 ProtbonoUry, "VTOTICE. Tr"ti p la hesoby gtvea that W. H. Hay. aasigne of John M. Smith, has bint hie account In myof- nce, and that the aame will lie presented to the Court for confirmation 04 Thursday, February 20, 1X73. inn, ;nK(aja, jan22 ProtbonoUry. Total r $11,712 72 Besides the almve balance, tliere remains in the hands of the Treasurer $237 j8, of hich f'Jl W ia applicable to construction acixtuitt and the balance to interest account. Besides tho floating debt herein before mentioned, there is a debt of $-1,060 05 which will be due tbe 20th or February. 1874, and on which the annual interest, due 20th February 1873, will be payable to P. C. K. K. Co., which holds $4,000 of the 2d mortgage bonds as collateral security for payment of the same. $11,000 00 o'f the 2d mortgage bonds arc also held as collat eral security by tbe same Company.on lease of rolling stock. And $1,500 00 of the same 2d mortgage bonds bonds remain unsold, but are at present liable to be taken by, the contractors in part payment of amount due them in accordance with a res olution of your board, ' ' AU intercut on boo.ttji prtoj! to 1st July. t)74, W'iw kdTuifed oq negotiation of bonds, 1 take tbe liberty in behalf of the board to report to you that the employees oa the road, trout the Superintendent down to tho repairmen, have burved the Company faith fully and well. Having unchangeably resolved in my mind not to serve as director or President, I am the more free to recommend that in the future a reasonable allowance be made for services rendered by my successor and Secretary. Nothing is worth doing that is not worth doing well, and nobody is likely to go to very great trouble to do the work well, u ne is expected to neglect otiier business and labor for nothinir. - I .est fffttri the remarks here made V"Wuttl w' in ferred that mructunatiaa' uniaaein oonse- TiTcsUld'iieTvi say that'for what bu been done," I would not accept compensation It offered for the trust was accepted with the express nnder- gOUUT PROCLAMATION. HKRKAia, tbe HenoraMe William M. Hsu, President of the several Court of Common Pleas of the Counties composing the sixteenth Judicial I list riot, and Justice of tbe Courts of (ryerand Ter miner and General Jail Delivery, ftr the trial of all capital and other offenders In the aaid District, ami Lkwir A. Tt naKR ami Jcwiab Howry, Ym- uirea. Judges of the Courts of Common Pleas, and luaticea of tbe Courts of Oyer ami Terminer, and Otmeral Jail Delivery, for the trial of all capital and other offender In (be County of KVimeraet, have uwueil their preeenta aqii to me directed, for hold ing a Court of ttossiaan Plena, and General Quar ter Heaabnsof the Peace, ami General Jail Deliv ery ami I Vurta ol. Oyer and Terminer, at Somerset, Ob aatajr, rekraary nta, M7tt . Norirg is ktrtbj given to all the Justices of the Peace, the Coroner and Constables within the said County ef Somerset, that they be the and therein their proper persona, with their rolls, ranmULlnatsi sitiona, examinations, ami other remembrances, to do those things which to their Aees and In that behalf appertain to be done; and alao, they who will prosecute against tbe prisoners that are or shall be in the jail of Somerset County, to be then Bad there, to prosecute against them as shall be lust. SHKBivr a Orrirs, i OLIVER KNEPPER, . Somerset, Jan. 17. ( Sheriff. suiry trams dwelling bouse, stable aud wood shed thereon erected, adjoining lots of Joseph Snyder u tbe west, aonoot Boose lot on the east. Patriot street on the north, and South street on tne south, wlthi the appurteuHnces. Taken in execution as the iwvpertv ot Edward S. Connelly at the auit ol Aijais f 11, AU tbe ria-hL. title, interest and claim of aeonre Friend, of, lu and to the following described real estate, via: A certain traolof land situate in Mil foil township, Sumerset county. Pa., containing S acres, more or less, of which there "are about three acres clear, with a one and a hail' story plank dwelling house and stable thereou erected, adjoin ing lanua ol uuvm x onnktn, reter rniiiippt, Junn Suilil, and others, with the appartenaneea. t aken In execution aa the property of Oeorge Friend at the suit of Simon Vougot use of David Younkin. SheriH's olbi-e, ( uLiVER KNEPPER, Jan. 22, i79. S siienn. 4 NEW war of runnlmrs book. Can sell thr,n. J mnda per week. 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Price of Magaxlnc, tfl 40 a year. Sample numbers, 14 cents. LOCAL CANVASSING AGENTS wanted everywhere. Large commissions and territory guaranteed, svnu ior agent a enanuentlal circu lar. You can hardly show the "Christian Graces" to any persjn of taste or religious feeling- without getting a subscriber. Addresf 1. . AnintH a su., rnuaueipnin, t'a. JanS. Vol. VII. 1873. OLD AND NEW. ' i The People's Magazine. : Edited bu Edward K Hale. The enlanrcd resources nlaeed in the hands ef the OLD AND NEW. by the public and by tbe proprietors, enable them to announce a volume of wider Interest than tbey have ever published. Mrs: Oreenongh'a Story, "Python is," and Mr. Male a Story, "tpa and Downs," will be continued and completed in this, volume, A series oi snort stones oy Mist Meredith, Mrs. Stowe, Mrs. Whitney, Mta nate, air. re rains, air. jonng. and others, hat been engaged. sir. juartineaa a series win ne eDnttnaed in pa pers on -The Church and Its Exclusive Claims," -cripture, and the Limits of its Authority," -God In Humanity," he. Tbe series of articles on Political Science, by gentlemen of recognised ability, will comprise pa pers on Railroads, Servauu or Masters?'' "The Mallet ia -England." "Land "The Law of Mari time Jurisdiction, "The Indian Question,'' -The So 11 rage of Women," "Equal Taxation," -Tarids and Protection." " W Hat tne new Administration must do." "Labor and W aires Unenion. The snb- jects of critical interest in NATURAL HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY will be illustrated by different gentlemen eminent in their lines of research. We ahaU soon have the Pleasure of printing papers, among ethers, by rol. liesley. Mr. DalL Or. KeUogg, Dr.Gray, and President MiU. THE EXAMINER It not confined to the review of the publications of a lew nouses, out attempts to give aowe account ol the more important issues from the French, Ger man, and English press, as weU aa oar own. . THE RECORD OF PROGRESS describes the substantial advance which tbe world has made. In whatever direction or In whatever re gion, with special reference to Improvements in do mestic lile which may be attempted in America. The Magazine will be under the editorial cbanre of Edward E. Hale, whowillhave wider asststatu-e than heretofore in tbe magagement of its Journ al lepartment. , GIVEN AWAY I The beautiful Chromolith "CONFIDENCE." by Hammatt Hilling, is presented to every Re newal and New Subscriber to 'OLD AND N EW " fur 1473 at $4 00; or at 44 a the Chromtdlth will be furnished handsomely mounted, ready bar framing. Sise 10x14. 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PEARL BLUE .r the laundrv has no equal. Sold by Grocers. H. A. BAHTLETT A CO.. 114, 117 N. Front St.. Philadelphia, 143 Chambers street, N. Y., 43 Bruad street, Boston. sium Suiaitits o.T1USS8S Abdominal Supporter and Pile Pipe Relief and Cure for Rupture. Female Weakness, aad Piles Indestructible, light, safe, cleanly (steel springs coated,) never rusts, breaks. Umbers, nor soils, at Und ing comfort, safety, cleanliness, anddurahility. Universally approved by the Medical Profession, and all wbo wear them, as the hest and most aatis tactory appliances known. Sent by mail or ex press. Establishments, 1347C'hestnnt street, Phil adelphia, and 737 Broadwav. New York. Carelul and correct adjustment. Experienced lady in attendance. AGENTS WANTED FOR God's SixEays' Work, i . .. OB, 8CIE3ICB AMD THE B1ALX. This book arlACt the verv cream of Science, mak Ing Its thrilling realities, beaaties. wooders, and rrkluig gems a hundred lotd more interesting n fiction. Every man, woman and child wants to read it. It is endorsed bv tbe Press aad Minis ters of all denominations. Sales immense. Agents report 63 4ft 44 40 W aad M copies per week. Great inducements to agents. Employment fur every enanty. Send for Circa lar. Also, agents wauieu ior tne PEOPLE'S STANDARD EDITION OF THE HOLY BIBLE. Over 430 Illustrations. All our own agents fur other books, and many agents fur other Publish ers, are selling this Bible with wonderful success, because it Is the most valuable, beautiful and pop ular edition now in tbe market, and is sold at a very low price. Canvassing books free to working agents. Address ZIEOLER A M 'CURDY, 418 aacn street, rnitaoeipnta, ra. - I. FRANK DIBKRT, Traasvrer ef the Johns town vavings Bank, do solemnly affirm the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. FRAN KDI BERT. Treasurer. Sworn and subscribed before mo A. MONTGOMERY. Notanr Public. The t'adeir4gneL Auditing Committee, certify that they have examined the eoodiiloa of the Bang, aad Bod the ahove statement to be correct. d. Mclaughlin, i H. A. BOGGS. Auditors. W. W. WALTERS, ) STATISTICAL. Number of Depositors , Number of Open Accounts... Average to each Depositor Adults .. Minors Male Female Rate of Dividend for 1S71 Rate of Dividends lot IsTx..... ....W4 714 tlM M 4a Jul 67 X3T .....4 percent 4 per cent Loans are made only Bpon- Real Estate, aad Government Bonds and other bret-class collateral. Value of collateral must be one-third greater thaa loaa. The Bank does not haw money upon build ings. Land security is required. jand 4DMINISTRAT0R S NOTICE, e of John T. King, late of Mlddlecreek tp., deceased." Letters of administration oa the above estate having been granted to tbe undersigned, not me ia hereby given to those Indebted to it to ma.se 1mm diate payment, and those having claim against it to present them duly authenticated for settlement on Tuesday, the Uth day of February, 1873, at tbe Ute residence of said deceased. JOHN D. 8NYDER, JaaO Administrator A DMIXISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Letters of administration having been granted by the proper authority to tbe undersigned, on tbe estate of Levi Berkey. deceased, all nersons In debted to said estate are hereby notified to make Immediate payment, aad those having claims will present them duly authenticated for settlement oa Wednesday, the HHh day of February, U73, at the hoase of tha undersigned. LEVI GRIFFITH. janS Administrator. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Letters of administration on the estate o lei T. Meyers, hue of Milfnrd township. Pan- Look at Chroma, "OUR DARLING, acriber the Premiums! to every Sab- ilaiixi How Lest, Eqi Reslorei I 1ST OF CAUSES pat down for trial at Feb. J ruary Term, 1873, oouimenclng 3d Monday ,17th day. L. A. Turner's assignee vs Slick A BUckbusa, Samovs Elkhart, Wits A Co, "! . Same re Elkhart IwcubaA Cto, . Philip Sbayur i SUable at a I, ft, P.' kbaver vs Same, Joaiah Long vs gante. John A. Woy vaSame, Levi J. Ismg vt Same, Daniel Mostoller vs Same. , Michael May va E. D. Yutiy. Joba Boacher vt Deltrick Trimpe, Thomas Ream vs Jacob Rush. Frederick Kneppervt FrancU Countryman. Jebn Holland vt Jones Sbanley A Co. Schell fc Kiinmei vt Henry Clayoomb. ; oamuel r. Hnyoer vt Laeopoia at uru. Yutiy, SeoU a. !o.. vt Buffalo Valley R. R. Oo. a Buinuavii " orris a, w January SO, 1873, E.M. Sun none Prothoootary. ITICE TO TRESPASSERS.- XfOl Notice found ti signed, I a. -i T'TVai V"" a"-'" ' aiiiriwrf! Ac..lTtt uTnrooaoiled agatnat aoeurdlng to I rniin, rtilsdate hereaRer, as we thluk oaraelvet otlce Is hereby given to alt peraon j that aoeoae found trespassing on the prrvaUes ut tail ander slgned. In ConemauB Wgnllilp, Bjoatereet eoonty. i-a., nrnnurg, usnuis, nuienng nata, or nemea, law reaua. aale bn the farm. " Jacob J. KAtrrstAV, - Jacob Bcbkbt, , 8km KAcrsiAii, Ja., Juhb 8. KArratAg, . Josxpw'HirrraiAB, TobaB Mibhlbb, IaaadYoOBB, . En abcbl K avfujab, QiBoBOB Tbowab, ' Mob kb H. KAcmAX, r - J. J. Mwbleb, Esq. JaaU ! Jast published, a new editiuB of Dr. Calver- well'a Celebrated Easay oa the radical cure (with out medicine) of Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weak- nets, jBvoiufiiary Bemmai Liosstt, tm potency, Mental and Physical incapacity. Impediments to Marriage, 4tr.; also. Consumption, Epilepsy and Its, induced by sell indulgence or sexual extrav agance. . Price, in a sealed envelope, only eeata. T lie celebrated author. In this admirable esaav. clearly demeost rates from a thirty years' success ful practice, that the alarming eonseuuences of self abuse may be radically cored without the dan gerous use of Internal medicine or the application of tbe knife; pointing oat a mode ef euro at onoe simple, certain, and eifectual, bv means of which every sufferer, bo matter what hia condition may be, may cure hlmacll cheaply, privately, and radi cally. iTals Lecture thoald be la the hands of every yoaih and every man la the Luad. Sent, under seal, in a-plaln envelope, to any gd, dress, postpaid, on receipt of oen.tt.or two pott stamps. Also, Dr. Culverweir VMawbge auWe," prtot 40 cents. Adilrcia tan Publishers. CHAS. J.O. KLINE fc CO., . W Bowery, New York, Poetatflce buxA4e4. jann-ly - riMlUSTEES' SALE OP REAL I ESTATE The umlcrslgned, by virtue of the authority vested to them for tho purpose, will sell by public outcry, ....... ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1873, on the premises, a certain tract of land aituate ia Lower Turkey loot township, Somerset county. Pa., known as tha "MrNeal Farm," tying oa tha North Fork, or Laurel Hill Creek, about two miles abotf Urslna, adjoining lands of the PUttfiaraV and Baltimore Coal, Coak aad Iron, Co., Anaotu Kahl man, Jacob King, John Fatdley, and others, con taining 307 acrrs, oftkbHi there are about 100 acres clear,'20 tn meadow tbe balance well timber ed with oak,' Bupwr, fce,; navmg thereoa erected a two ipton i bouse, a good on and a hair story plant hoase, good bank barn, and other ont eatiiltngs. Uood tugar camp, iticge orchard and plenty of water on the preoiises. Tbe above farm Is underlaid wUh eoaL limestone fce., and is eoaveaient to churches, acboola, fco. Terms made known on day of sale. Sale to com mence at one o'clock p. m. FREDERICK KREGAR . " ' FREDERICK DUMBttp, . Janli ' ATaelecs. T70R SALECHEAP. Oac No. J. &, EM Stove. I" tod bnt three weeks. 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One copy one year.......... ..........40 oo Two copies one year 400 Three copies one year 1 4 Four copies one year 10 04 Five copies, one year, and anextra copy to tbe person getting up the dub, making six oopieeM 04 Eight copies, one year, ami an extra copy to the person getting up the club, making nine copies a 00 Eleven copies, one year, and an extra copy to - tn pertoa getting ap tha club, making U copies , JJ SO Twenty-three copies, ana year, and aa extra -copy to the person getting np the club, mak ing twenty-four copies 44 00 Let t be understood that every subscriber ami the getter up ef a club will have the beautiful Chrome of "OUR DAEIiINGP' , ., Seal fo (Ana, frit f pottage. , , (It la s Perfeot stijam.) . The price of tbe Qbromo la ths stores is Three Dollars. And any subscriber in a dab, or single mbacrlber, ho may wish to have Our Darling" mounted oa stiff Bristol board, aad ready lor framing, can bare it to prepared and teat by re mitting twcBty-nve cents extra at the lime of lub tcribing. To the getter op of a club of or 9 copies, wt will send, aa an extra premium, a copy of -The Offer" or "The Acceptance.' This in addition to "Oar Darling." To the getter up of a elnb of IS copies, we will send both of the Chrotaos -Tbe Offer" and "The Acceptance," along with "Our Darling;" or "Ask ing a Blessing" ami "Our Darling." To the getter ap of a club of al copies, we will tend "Asking a Blessing." -The Offer," -The Ac ceptance," ami -Our Darling." 4WWU1 the getters up of clubt of , B, and U copies please be particular and writs what premi ums they desire. 4ttTThe premium! are only forwarded when tha remittance a sent to as. d-VYhcaCtlM aubsc-rihert all reside atone place, the premiums will all be sent to the person who Bends the elub for distribution. arias pertoa semilog a inn suoecriptioa OI S3 in have hia choice or "Tho Offer," -Tho Aecep .noe," oe-Hmr Darling." 11 , 4WThe money mutt all be teat at one time, for any of the clubs, and addlttoni mar be made to club Bt elub rates. Tha Lady 's Book, will be seat to any poaloiBoa where tha sajcrlber Biay reside. ami tunscri 'Iptlont may aonunea tha year, w e can, atway with any month ava aanxdv back nan- ben. Specimen numbere will be tent on receipt of 24 rents. HO W TO 9 EM IT. la remitting by mail, s Poatotaca Order ea Phlladeluhla. or a draft oa Pasmdekvhla or Mew York, payable to the order Oi 4a A. WMity, IS preleraoai u nana notes, si a drail or a PottoOlcd order cannot be procured. Bead United States ot Mlat Bank aotea. fVWs advise an early application, ttveex peet our list, wMh tho inducements wo offer, will reach ,IAA, subscribers. Address L. A. QODEY, W. E. Corner Sixth aad ChetUat at, PhiL la unequal lad by any known remedy. It will erad- itaio, extirpaiaana laorougniy oestrny all poison ous substances In the Blood, and will effectually dispel all predisposition to billons derangement, Mere went of action in year Liver and Spleen I Unless relieved at once, the blood becomes Impure by deletereous secretions, producing scrofulous or skin diseases. Blotches, Felons, Pustules, Canker, Pimples, Ilc, fcft. Hare yoa a Dytpeplic Stomach t Unless diges tion ia promptly allied, the tvstem is debilitated with poverty of tbe Bluod. 'Dropsical Tendency, General weakness and inertia. have y tveakn of the tnteotinet t You are in danger of Chronic Diarruora, or Indammatioa of the Bowels. Uav von weaknet of the Vterin or Vrinarj Organ 1 You are exposed to suffering In lit most aggravated form. Art yon dejected, drowsy, dull, sluggish or de pressed in spirits, with head ache, back ache, oonted tongue and bad tasting moutnt For a certain remedy for all of these diseases, weaknesses and troubles: for cleansing and puri fying the vitiated blood and imparting vigor to all the vital forces: for building up aad restoring the weakened constitution use JURUBEBA, which Is pronounced bv tho leading medical au thorities of Loodea aad Paris -the moat powerful binlc and alterative known Ui the medical world." This la aa new ami antrted discovery but has been long used by the leading physicians of other coun tries wKh wonderful rcm,xlial malts. Doa'l weaken and Impair the digestive organs by cathartics aad physics, they give only tempora ry relief Indigestion, natuleacy and dyspepsia with piles aad kindred diseases are sure to follow their use. Keep the blond pure and health is assured. JOHNAL KELLHGG, l Piatt St, New York " Sole Agent for tbe United States. Price, One Dollar per Bottle. Send for Circular. Agents Wanted ! having been granted to us. aotiee ia herebyjrivea that we will attend at the residence of Tobias Mevers. la aaid toa-nshin. oa Saturday, the 14ta day of February next 1973. when all persons hav ing claims against aai estate win present tneia for settlement properly authenticated, and those indented to satu estate win mane pavmenu TOBIAS MEYERS. WM. M. CRITCHFIELD, janl - Administrators. Demmler Brothers, 5w 126 SmifMeld Street, FITTSBTIXRa, PY. Manufacturers of Tin. Copper and Sheet igeva Britannia and Block Tin Ware, Enameled Iroa Cat- ware, dealers la Stoves, Clothes Wrin lery, Britannia and Block Tin Ware, . Hollow Ware, Refrigerators, lee Chests. Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freesera, Bird Cages, Oaa Stoves, and House Furnishing Goods generally, wholesale and retail. Proprietors of tho Patent Mt Store SMm, The most useful invention ot the age. Sotttgeota for Spear'a world-renowned and unrivaled anthra cite coal Heating Stoves. Sol agents for the Torn Thumb Carbon Oil Cooking Stove. Thia lit tle stove ia the wonder of the day, and the only ar ticle of the kind that will give yow entire aatia-fiactkm. Grocers' Goods a Specially. octl ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE. Estate of William F. Kesler. 'late ef Summit tp, ' deceased. Letters of administration oa tbe above estate bavins; been granted the undersigned by tbe proper authority, aotiee is hereby given to those iadebted to it to mats unmeuiate payment, ana inese sit big claims against it to present tbeai to tbe uader- signed for settlement and allowance, at the lata rea- kience of Saul deeeasea, on baton lay, eoruary S, 1073. dec S Administrator. 4 DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Jacob S. Folk, of Elklick townships da- Letters of administration- on tbe ahove aetata having been granted to the unde i signed, aotiee k herebv riven to those indebted to it to taakt imme diate payment, and those havtngelaims against it. to prevent item amy eaineaucaien mr settlement; at the late residence oasaid deceased, aa Saturday Febuary a, 1S73, dee 22 Administrator. 0 RPIIANS' COURT SALE, TO SELL. THE. Light Running Domestic' ' SEWING MACHINE! 44 ABOUT 10,000 Sold Last Year; ABOUT () O , O O O Thto Tear, And now being Sold at the Bate of 7 5,000 PER YEAR. Tbe 'saBeu4le tuperoedes ethers because it surpasses them la tha every day service It ren- , both la the work-shop and amity: and be lt equally useful for verv ana and very ders, I heavy work. A Machine wlU be furnished (tor trial) to respon sible part lea with aa Instructor (without ehargs) npoa application at our WaraSBB, Rlath St., ruaaaiils. ThoaBttnatte' has taken mors Premiums thla season than any other Machine, aad Is special ly recommended for Family use and Manufactur er. It Is tlmple ia eoastruetkia, noiseless and easily run. Addreas. Tho "DOM ESTIC" 8. M. CU, janl 9M Sixth Street, Pittsburgh. By virtue ef aa order of sale issuing out sf tho Orphans' Court ot Somerset county, to me direct ed, I will offer at puhiie outcry, oa the premises, sat THE 1st DAY OF FEBRUARY, U7S, at one o'clock of said day. the following teal estate, vis: A certain tract ot mad sHaaw k Maldts ereek township, adjoining Jacob Hecbler, Jacob Barrone, Abraham Walker, PhUlpi t heirs, et aL, sustaining 44 acres, 1 perches and allowances It acres clear, I of which are in meadow, oa which ia erected a one story a welling nouse ana s tiaom. There is a email orchard of excellCB fruit, aad a never-failing spring oa tho premises. A very de sirable home. Tbbwb. One-third la nana upoa oe 11 very of deed, balance in four equal annual payments, to ba secured by judgment hoad; M per ocas, of tha hand monev to oe paia wnea ine property m earn ed down. Possessloa given cm the 1st of April. JOHN WELLER. decSS Executor of Jacob Mognet, dee d. FURNITURE. J. f. WOODWSLL AJrrACTBBsao Parlor, Library. 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