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SomersetJUeram..!S lit? Bro. liar IS A' Pl'", . . n.,r ami Corn Meal B ! V B0r"- ' ov-TtR. 30 nta a can. every "panted f,r.U at Cok& Ifccr- recced t I r,- '"--1 Kiutks, - .i article t Carl-wi Oil go to i Rbo.' Linimont largest M.irc!r bf money mi the lKt. fruit of n varieties atW.W. TilE Uniied States Mtal law requireii masters to fnrnKh publishers immediate notice of any publication atlJrcseed to him. Bliints are furnished f the express pur rs, and the "reason" whv the publication i is not culled for must lie stated. 1 he pont ; master who fuiis to do his duty tiilhluliy for under this requirewnt i liable to a fine of : fifty dollars, and tieeomes nsjioriiiiMe for tae fuuscnpiiou price. Pabllr Xatir. My term of office aa Prothonotarjr has expire! It is therefore necessary that I collect the foes &c., duo met. Person knowing themselves indebted, will please pay promptly. Bill w ill be sent through ; the nulla to most of those against whom I have costs, and I hope they will remit at La ties in the countrv who nwd mr. thins in our line, .lata. Bonnets, Keal br once. The owning court w ill afford a fine Artiikial Hair. Lacea, Ribbons. Flowers. I , , a ur. , ... , aaV V "I iiwiPSUtMVii an-us-l inl tmUh Fancy Goods and Xotioos. will have a pood opportunity to send by their friends coming to lourt next w eek" Spe cial attention given to orders of this kind from the country goods taken luck and money refunded if not satisfactory slock all Litest style; new ctxuls received twice I a w eek. Mr Jan. 15. Trcdwell, No. 6, "Mammoth Block," fxmiersct. Pa. . --..l at Kttitrm.in'a lianlt i Kuo. s coagu ryrup. in ni: , DeSSIS MeTEBS. Somerset, 10th February, 197a Dit. W. 3L Mabtin, who Lttelv associa ted himself with J. B. Hicks In the profes sion of DcntiRtry.comca well recommended, and upon authority that cannot be doubted j a a dentirt of many years experience, a I skillful and successful operator, and is a CLevelasd April 172 t Prillute of the Pennsylvania Dental Col Mf.wrs. Leffingwell Sl Co : ' " iege of Philadelphia ; we Uspcak for the We have used the la-vnipr. liaiitrmn A- i nl SUCCCSSJUl career. Co- Strictly Pure White Lead." sold by ! yon, and have found it uniformly and fine- ttEhvf R,, i'Amu.. .,J ly pround, very white, and ol excellent bodv. For Puritv, Durabilitv, and tviDer- red kr Fin'h, we can reoonimt-ud it to all . .1 lrire lot of prei T n- in, .ii Sinirv Kn-tifh i iwrlii-s wisbinr irooii work tlojir Jimoi l11'!' ... ... i. .. i. t In..... r i? t c. . utM. tx-muey, il. r. ueuninp. - rai' wto f ,,,c "net fl,Hir liarrel for khIo at the A tiii.no of beauty is a Joy forever ; but hen beauty and utility are combined, as in the ease of the Domestic Sc-winc Ma- ScnooL TIf.port. Report of the South ampton Mills school, ending Febrnarr 4th, 1S73 : W. F.'T. M JW 27 24 W m -a 91 SI VO ! 12 i:t licriin I a., i ciuer I- 1 li t' Sid of Felu-uary, at 11 ! . te lrd r and that oi ,.-f;'Mi.'l,'IH'rJ't',lr" Whol camber rnr.ll.l daring axinth WboJ aw tn ttlrtKlanc A Tenure attenduis " I'M c'lrrof " - " " No. alteiKlod every dar Names of pupils that ha ve attended every day : Abbey Gaither, Phillip Dahl. Alfted Moser, Lincoln Weller. George Ways, chine, our lad v friends will unite with us f nomas worn, . oiinv uaru rtiina uaal, :iniiu.r.r.i;.4ii.uf .wi.A .i'tt.. i, ... Alice ays, Lillie ays, Mary Barb. The pupils have all made as rapid pro gress in their studies as we could expect; yet much more can be made by more study and perseverance. N. W. Ksepper, Teacher. ADDRESS or THE memory still lingers with "Civis," who says that the "shed" erected by order of Odcu Haghart, or some other official, an swered the purpose very w ell, and speaks quite fluently of the by-gone good qualities of said "shed" era-ted by order of llu gliart We refer "Civis lo the patient ticket agent, who was compelled to shiver Ilavins been appointed by the Anti Li- i w ' T.U" "T .ll.Zl"Jlr.Z I I .naVm ' I m l"a.1 ""J? cense Convention, held at Somerset, on the " . v". .2 ! '."r .1 "LZZTtZ . tommmee 10 prepare acu ,. . , , . sr m,n..urnxrm..,ran-m u-.. ....-. iih ih i uuu.v . t...u,.ia i. .:.i . . . -., - . i pelled to pay uu) P f nearly ten j times that amount as a tribute to rum's i doings. - r. e have also hirard it said that some Committee on Uceue or Ao men r)tc for license on the ground IJcenwe. jtliat liotel keepers may rawe their bills j when not permitted to sell wbL-ky. We To A PtniJ nr &,uiret Count' '. cannot believe that anyone win sutfer him- 1 id'fcid store of Cook & IJtt rits, : ;a u,e rerdict tliat abwolute perfection has I i'','' (;, si., Smierset, Pa., i been attained in this invention. I 1 : . Possessing advantages which can 1 poal at Ptutzmin's bsmk, ' fill. found in no others and combining siinplici ty with strength, it is no wonder that its : llLDVA anil C I , ,u I ) I i I. , rvi -1 1-1 H i , .ulna It.r. T teen unnrecedentctl in tl annaU of hf one Furnace I tra1e. ne is clearing Our lady readers are cordiallv invited to call and examine the beauties and advan tages of this machine, at No. 24 Sixth St.. Pittsburch. -cl. - 4 cents. 6 cents. - 8 cents. r..r p-4 .if Pet Office Money orders is Kih 1 to t: ten cents ; f-H) to hav r'fVaVoW ; t ' t1. twenty cents; ; -All , taen'.y-tive cents. TT. V. Pa vis & l?-!-.i.r--i and Unt ...n, (.mteetmns. -,rr Ir.'ii.-lit to Srtuerset What do our readers think of an old law which was in force in England durini the century, and what effect would it e now were it enforced ? Here it is : All women, of whatever, are rank, pro fession or degree, w hether virgins, wives I fir U-iilflWA l)i:it clitill Imm unit uO,.i thiu , have just recviv-! J.ite, inipttse upon, sedure and U-trav into selected stock ofj matrimony any of His Majesty's malesub- losiacrrt and 1 1- jeets. by cosmetics scents pa'nt!i- washes anilicial teeth, Sjianish wool, inn stays hooits, high-heeled shoes or bolstered hils -;.t All jH-rs-ms iu Sunerset town- shall incur the H-nalty of the laws in force 1 n.., ,-.,t tl.ir ill s.i-e ci-ts by laying me next :v of Court I will lie in Somerset w'u :if si;me. G. Ziwweumak. nT.r Ov-teks. Go to Cheap Sam's, -b-We-t enrrnr i4 tlie IMamocd. 'otP, -n Stewed - - :w cents. I.'7cn IUw - - - - 2- cents. j ( 30 cents. azainst witchcratt and the like, and the marriage, upon conviction thereof shall stand null and void." A Question is Arithmetic. A cor respondent of the Pittsburgh Gmtttt, sends that paper the following question, and asks its solution. Have we any rural I arithmeticians in Somerset county w ho can ' solve it ? I "John Smith, who was worth $4,500, V. II. Em .!"TT's Illustrated Plant and i when on his death bed was informed that i :j'o.u' Mailed free to all appli- j his wife was alxiut giving birth to a child, ;s. I he at once sent for his attorney to write his f. R EI!!.:t. No. IU Market St, Pitts- J will as follows : If the child is a boy the --i P. i estate is to le divided equally between the in j mother and son, but if girl the mother is to get two thirds and the daughter one third. Now, it so happened that the wife gave iinn to twins a girl ana a noy. i accident. luit is eacn one s snare? An early an- Te ot week rceivel a copy of Uie -i'v I oiff. published at Johnstown. I: uiki-i its dtbut as one of the hand ifvrs in this portion of the state. pi.:'".i-li-i in connection with the Daily ,. n will loubth-ss 1 a success. Wi wish our friends in the country to remember the (act that we pay especial at tention to their orders whet her sent by mail or otherwise. If you want any article in our line, no matter how small, send us the order and we will send you the goods by mail, express -or as yon "may direct. We go to particular trouble in tilling small or ders. If the goods sent don't suit we ex change them, or refund the money. The coming Court week will give our la dy patrons in the country an opportunity of sending for many little articles by their M u.L, as a present lor roar consideration, an on the question of License or No License. we pr.x-eed to the discharge of the duties thus imposed upon us. You are already aware that, at the ses sion ot the General Assembly of this Com monwealth, held in the winter of 1872. an Act was passed to permit the voters of each city and county of the State to vote every three years on the question of gran tin z li censes to sell intoxicating liquors This law was approved by the Governor on the 27th day of Marrh, 1872. By this law it is made the duty of the inspectors and judges of the elections to be held in tho several districts of rVmiersct County, on the Sd Friday of March next, and at the annual municipal elections every third year thereafter, to receive tickets, either written or printed. labelled on the outside "License," and on the inside "For License, or "Against License;" and the tickets so received are to be counted in the usual manner, and a return of the same made to the Clerk ot the Court f Quarter Sessions w hich certificate shall lie laid !e fore the Judges of said Court at the first meeting of the Court after sutJi election shall have been held, and if it shall appear by said returns that there is a majority against license, then it shall not be htwfiil for said Court to Issue any license for the sale of spirituous vinous malt or other in toxicating liquors or any admixture there of, in the said county of Somerset In accordance with the provisions of this law, you, as citizens of the county, are to determine by ballot, at the coming Spring election, whether licenses to sell intoxicat ing liquors shall be granted in this county for three years next ensuing. It, therefore. oecomes tne amy oi every voter to give the subject such a degree of careful consid eration as will enable him to cast his ballot wisely and well, or on the side which will most enhance the moral, social and finan cial interests of the people. It is now more than one hundred and fif ty years since the business of retailing in toxicating liquor has teen licensed, in some l form or other, by the colony and Common- oi rennsvivama. It is no easy New AdcertUemenl. enaririnz out resorting to the profits ot a business that is to say the least, or donbtlul respec tability, there are plenty of nien who can and will do so. Still others object to the Local Option law because, in their opinion, it will not accomplish that which is claimed (br it While it is true that the future alone can reveal Its practical results we do not re gard this objection as of sullicient impor tance to determine the direction of any man's vote. The question is not, will it sweep away intemperance at one feil stroke, but will it lessen the evil and prove a bene fit to the community in general t In short, is no license better than license T These are the questions which should influence the minds of the people. We believe that the doing away with the system of license cannot but be productive of good results and we further believe it to be the christian duty of every man in the county to use his inthicuce and cast his vote against license. Let us say by our votes on the third Friday of March, we will have no licenses to sell intoxicating liquors tor three years to come, and if, at the expiration of that time, we do not see less drunkenness everywhere, less misery and poverty among wives and children, fewer whisky cases in our courts fewer criminals in our jails and fewer pau pers in our Poor House, then let us devise some other means to secure these results. We cannot close w ithout a word to the women of Somerset county. Wives moth crs and sisters you have a deep, an abiding interest in this question. It is you who sutler most from the curse of intemperance. It is you who are left to fight the wolf from the doors while those whose duty it is to ' protect you,your fathers,sonshusbands and brothers, are squandering tueir nam earn ings in the grog-shops. It is you whose ! laces are often crimsoned with the blush ot sliauie because those who are nearest and dearest to you, arc unfortunate slaves to rl -a?ure of uklns; a hurt ride on the f.W.m the intoxicatin!? bowl and make an exhibi- f- K- In . or Terel landed at friends attending Court, that they cannot wealth get at the stores in the neigbljorhood. lie- j matter to set ashle'the laws and customs of and eastern markets every few months Mks. Jas. B. Tredweli., No. 6, Alammoth Block, Somerset, Pena'a. memoer our stock is aiwavs oi Iht Uilett ; growth of more than a renturv ttyU. We get goods twice a week IU yw j half ; but if they are wrong, thesooner they round, besides buying personally in the are righted the'better tor us and for those who are to come alter us. Tune dx-s not cannot, sanction or consecrate a wrong, no ! matter what its age may be. As a man in public life is judged by his othcial acts so laws must be judgeU by the Dhowned. Day before yesterday a man i effects of their operation on individuals 1 T 1 . 1 l - , - . 1 . . . ... nauivu isei-fccr uruwneu in t,mie and communities I be present license law Wills creek, alout two miles and a half j has now been in operation for a period ot alove Bridgeport Decker was crossing j about seventeen years a time sufficiently the hand j long to test its practical results and to jus i nc rusa ; tit v every one in rnssinz ludirment noon it of the generous Railroad Company, who erected that "shed-" throtieii the herculean efforts of Mr. Ilughart. Yes, we remem ber the poles that were cut from the woody side of "Hog Back" by order of Mr. Ilu ghart We come to the rescue of the agent, and await another effort from "Ci vis" hoping that Mr. (Men Hughart will order him to erect a structure of the Itotnan or Gothic style, UUk riii corrttpond tcilA hi Latin! We also notice the vile thrusts of "En quirer," who penned the muddled hem called "ConnclUville Items" and although we arc the "simpleton" referred to by him, we propose to give a brief phrenological opinion of said "Enquirer,' who never sees a good quality in a man, and never fails to see a tiad one. He is the human owl. vigilant in darkness, and blind to light mousing for vermin, and never see ing noble game. His vile insinuations come like frost upon everything lovely. Iliscrit iclsms foil indiscriminately, like frost upon flowers We doubt not but that to him the Good Templars are bnt a clog to the wheels of his vile passion; to him, religion is hypocrisy virtue only a want of oppor tunity. "Enquirer" certainly is a literary genius. lie speaks with contempt of his superiors (in Intelligence and temperance,) when he talks of the Worthy Chief getting "suspicious kegs marked pickles." We opine that "Enquirer" often finds it conve nient to eat a pickle to "sober up on. .Let him keep his vile cant to himself in the fu ture. Let him sympathize w ith the former rumsellers of this village, who have left it in disgust, damning the town and the Good Templars Hoping that "Enquirer" will cease to enquire into other people s business I am Yours hastily, N cso. To Capitalists and Builders. Tbfl andertlfrrted will r-nlve propta! fcrthe relno at a builitlng on Main xreet fruit ot the wet half of lot Nu. h' Hommmt. Pa , better kejtwa a tbe Widow CHorprantng prftpertr.la ea change tor a leaae fur a term of v-anl, la be etmteil is ttm prupx.lL IbrMrr will gire prlrl,r lo ryrarii toJcrto ami mtrUI. A .1.1 ma. FRANK rilORPtSNI.VO. U2 J BluLrt.le !.. yhli. The Sprlns Term . SontiWctfni State Normal Sclioel, AT California, Washington Co., Pa., WHIniM-if o MoodajfTtUe 2Ih ol' Man.li, 1-,7-i, and continue fbortren arerka. Tuition fur tbe wn. i a 10 M. Buardlna aad room per week ti "i. St pee la I arrangement will be made for teachers to enter Uw fira week la Mar, bat all who rati (buald be in with tbe srwlim. Tail i( a arnuot of ttkir navh drill and earnest work. Fur eatalnroef ad Ireiw. 4t. U EH KENFtXU. Pnn., or febU O. O. HEJiTZUIJ, tKCTeUry. f Q SAMPLES sent hj malt fur S0e. that retail MoUt r flO. R. L. Wt HX'tlTT. 11 Catham square, N. Y. I4,aflwy awat, aiuo perweek. agent an-l otb J er Ui Mil a new article, bvttnieAaMe to mer rhantJ and manofrs. A.IUrem. with Mamp. E. ti. Smith fc Co, M !JlriT itreet, N. V. EECEIPTS AND BXPENDITTJEES OIP THE SOMERSET COUNTY POOR HOUSE, FOll THE YEAR 1872. N'oah Hobort-s Treasurer of tbe Somerset Coootr poor House, in aceoaot with tbe County for tbe jear ending January Otb, HT3. Da. T annont drawn frun tlie Omitv Treaa-! urr on nr.i-r No. la, bawl by tne Cw- ij iommiaaioBen - - - . Mb. IrwrnCwwalweweo. Ewtob. A few weeki ago we had the swer is desirable. " i man and of German birth. Many persons Ox M ednestlay of last week, when the , a tltis city knew him quite well Cum-a-ater in the creek below town was very ; farind finut. f.TKE. All perwms indebted tome tor nilc; nd other fees, will pleaxe call ; hish, a gentleman by the name of Saucer, K.-c-Tih r 8 othre on t ourt week, lift r u-eil- and jmy the fees. After that n;v amiunt!- aill le placed in an offl s.lijniU f. r c llectin. D. J. Ht'KKER. rvTLEHEX viitin2 town on Court t ho ih t.i purciiase underclothing, laaJkert hie&. collars cuffs neck tics rjs it snythfn? in gents' furnishing . w:'! fin.l it to their advantage to cali v;. H. 1 red ell S o. C, ".Main 51.. Lvis i Em., and buy a from Tvnne. I'a., tiassed down the plank road in a sleigh, on his way to Uerlin. The snow had nearly ail disappeared from the ground near the bridge, and made the pull ing quite heavy; the horse's collar ta-ing too small, he lx-gan to choke, but he was so impatient that the driver could not stop hitn. and when he reached near the middle of the bridge he fell over, the side of the bridge cave wav, and the horse fell into , the water, still fastened to the fieigh by the j traces. Mr. Saucer cut the traces' and the j horse went down into the stream. Thecur- i rent at this point was very strong, and HTTT.XI Haxds, fice, rough skin, pini- judging from the sound of the bells on the riirwortii, salt-rheum, and rtliT en-; hors. he must have turned over and over vi- ailiv'.i'H cured, and the skin made ; several times when at last he struck bot 3lI -moith. by nsing the JcxirER : torn and stood up on his hind feet. In a mo- ivir. made by t'a'swelL Hazard S: ment he started and swam safely to shore, N Y-rk. Be certain to get the Jua- j uninjured, but minus the bells. TarSw, as there are many worth-1 iiiwtiin made with common tar. N". Main Cross St. Ixtf.rest Ri'LES. For finding the in terest on any principal for any numlxT of days the answer in each case lieinz in -Go to W. W. ; oenta, separate the two right hand figures box of PitOF. I to express it in dollars and cents. -To .nox-Expuisive lamp I'ow- j four per cent .Multiply the principal by It if the wonder ot the world ! It. the number of days run; separate the . pwtivriy prevent your lam from ! right hand figure from product, and divide '. liiij. and your lailip chimm-ys from j by 9. j z. ' j Five per cent Multiply by number of . m.m. , ilnv and fJiviite lr 11 t ti. ut nuii.l.r t. the r-lf,.r.l Co Six i.r nnt. f nliinlv t.v nnmlwr nfl cure it durimi its progress to the last stage. na!retht Mr rilioft retin fnnn ' dava. and divide 1t ut. " It will often renew the sources of life in the Dos t Omit Tuis ! ! The undersigned having sssixiated with himself, in the pro fession of Dentistry, Dr. V. II. Martin, late of llarrisburg. Pa., the firm,will here after be known bv the name and style of J. B. Hicks & Co., and they are now pre jiared to perform all oiieratiims and do all work.tie longing to the profession, as prompt ly, neatly and satisfactorily as it can be done in any town or city in the country. WE rOMTlVEI.T EXTRACT TEETH WITH- orT taix. We GrAKAXTEE ESTIRE SATIPFACTIOX in all such operations as Filling, Regulat ing, Scaling and Cleansing of the teeth. Ws inskrt New Teeth on all bases known to the profession, and wahraxt a perfect fit in every case. Offi-e at the old pLiee in the Mammoth Dixx'k, five doors north of the Diamond. J. B. IIlCKS. CoXSl'MrTIOX Jl'DC.E AND IxVESTI- oate. The victims that perish yearly by Consumption, form a loni and fearful' list Their lives are often sacrificed by neglect ( of tlie disease when it first begins when the couih, like a small spark, is lighting up a fire which will consume the constitution and the life. Dr. Kevser's Lung Cure will arrest the disease in its infancy. It will "1: hii of that enten.risin.T iournaL 1 Eisrht ner cent Mullit.lv bv number of. ,a?e OI that disease, and aU "in a wilier field, -Mr. J. C. Uavs ani d divide by 4" .. f nni r!y one of the assistant assscs-1 Nine er cent. Multiply by number of r. iin!!.r(l cKinty, assumes control of: nays and divide ly 4. P"a We wi-U hiui success in his new j Ten per cent Multiply by numlier of iafLW. days and divide by 3G. w.w I Twelve percent Multiply by number .' .i fnU p-rk, fur ear corn by t-k-d load ' of days, and divide by 3. -i'p.s!t r buslnl, outs by sled Vmd at Fifti-en per cent Multiply by nuinU-r 'i p r huihil, Buckwheat flour at ! of days and divide by 24. a t pirtiDdii. Cora ileal at i 50 Eighteen ier centrMultiply by number ptinds. licst ratnily flour at f 10 of days and uivkIc by 2. rid the con- I stitution of that poisonous matter that taints the bKKxl and renders it unlit tor renewing the bodv. Dr. Peyser's office, 167 Liberty street, Pittsburjh, Pa. An essay sent free, on application. Price of Lung Cnre, f 1 50 per bottle, or f 7 50 per half dozen. inJ even thin; else in their line ; Twenty per cent Multiply bv nuniU-r ' v r.-'-s. rail at the Grocery & Feed f days and divide by 1A. : uf di i Ileerits Sunerset Pa. j lit j Law ix Regahd to Dkio Storv,s. i?jnst auJ Swe test CaA Liver til i For the infmnatii-n of those interested, wc it&rti& Castwell', ma le oa the sea 1 P"',l'td flowing sections relating to . m fnh silectid livers br Cas- j 'e of liquor by Oraggtets : : Hazard i Co., New York. It is ab-! Sectiox 5. That the provision of this f..:rf and urttt. Patient who s!la''' Dot extend to dniggUts and tiken it prefer it to all others ' arthe-.iries who sliall sell unmixed ":-t: have div ided if superior to aDy lc"l4 or cranjiound, or sell any admixture, ii.r.i in market jan. I lw. i 'in, alcohol spirituous or brewed liquors , . ' I in Ut prt partition of tatdisint: or upon Jtr.nETT, Pa. Zm. Z t, f "'" prmrnpfwa of a regular prae- - ia-i-rioea hare aa-iatcd with i tirin3 ply; VrvtiUil, That no ' rrnk Kenneilr of H ! dniggist, or apothecan-. shall mil, or kttp - H .r. land. und.r the' firm naiiie d f"r nntltr an.T naule pntM, any j Uieir charms blip. C'ann i r0 f.j- tlie i.nr. i prtparutiou or admixtureasa foresaid. that i F I - 1 , . a cjtmi;! on t! lrfiin.. of nunn. i "' t usM as a oereraOT ana, any vmia '-z ati'l M-liin" lfin!-r !t f:T-r..tt ' tkw of this section shall 1 puiiL-hed in the i Pfnn'a. ! nnn"r .'.n 1 W)?,llh' small blank book hikxr.T llnpA'Ciup I nevuou oi iuai jmi. r uiii,uit', Laia ui , , " 1 Pennsylvania of ; paze L-Ort. I "-.-ient write t s fr. m Upix r' ectiox 28 of said act last clause page .''.tantlemannoppingatthe!2-"A,,d ny ket'ler . n' d "r Ir -t hnl., Henry on the Clay Pike ' apothecary 6tore, confectionery or mineral, 'f .". w Islington, lost a hori valu-! or o!l,er ,,,unU" '' ,h"u anV Pirir ' t-. I v the i,ni:e s g..in on a tour of j '. mtllt brevtd Uquort, "'i in tV tlirasiiin" floor where nrrf er Purf' 10 U vud a a I - w-a housed f T the niffht. and tum- "iZi 'r throarh a mow hole into W;.w, injurinz himself so tiiit be hd v tie d ratrsi-d out The U-ensk-ighinr. but bis horse pit At.: T.C .fti! SJ ai-'Baf-le potkIs at IJlyinyer's j v. and liable to conviction and punishment as aforesaid. According to this law, any druggist sell ing unmixed liquors except upon the writ ten prescription of a regular practicing physician, is indictable ; end, also that a drusrgist, or apothecary, selling spirituous x-,r.. The tut v,. i .".,ir. vinous malt or tircweu liquors, mixeii or 1 Sausage Stuflers, Coal Bi;ck-1 Pure- t0 bc " beverage, U indidaUo 'v kiar t'.wl m i- L'-.i--. i ,. , ' 1 l.ll',lli KB, I 9 Kniv k;sw futtera. Horse! I low to Ct re a Cold. Wedonotknow t1' of J",!,-S Sleigh Iiells AI- j how we cani-ver express our gratitude to K Mrp 1D3 Urni, Hojdcrg, Simp , the Danbury News for furnihing us with "'kets and Tubs Porcelain ! a panacea lor all the conghs and lung coni , n n Knds Stone Slcdgi a. Wire j plaints that we may bc subject to this w in Liam, Baskets, ;,cp Iilrs in I Ut. In the language of the virtuous fath ' -yoar.t anvthinc at all in theier of the melodrama, we can only say. ' - -se, fu to I;h uiver"s Store for j Heaven bless vou, my che-ild? Lisien to his solid chunks of wisdom : One of our citizens who has leen tronbletl with a se vere cold on the lungs effected his recovery in the following simple manner. He boil ed a little boneset and hoarhound together, and drank freelv of the tea liefbre going to Cloths Cas- i bed. The next day be took five l -ills put one kind of plaster on his breant, another under his anus and still amy her on his Llblix, Pexx'a., 1 , Feb. 5:h. f 'PBi-lhaveon hand a large ; w--iicd ,-rk ofLadhV Drs - '-:vnia.!e Clotlnnr D.BtK, Sn.n,Hau.,Cai. r'.l of w1h.1i me will sKj,x p-r,n. mhaLi i l!.i i..j, .ii .k.nr;ti..m-d.r tives in thiscountry coueume no lesa than '"ifoit ' u.i;( 'l.. ..n.:r. ii.i j .1.. ...... .i i .oo.oiAi coma oi wood a vear. or a.ow Jr--:t to rive us a rTl e are i m.,t,..rA ,,1,., !MiJi uu i.r out acr annually. e aLw sec it suted, that close out all of the a'love j mme onioa dratu on his feet and gave him would adttae bit K4 iJl ,lwlt n,5 X'A-1' " I'oot - m tne j;r!it of April if poeei a lump id" tar to swallow. Then he put -"aWALT & iiKAixitK. txmte hot bricks to bis feet and went to bed. Next morning another old lady came in w ith a bottle of goose oil, and gave him a dtwe of it on a quill, and an aunt arrived about the same time from Bethel, with a bundle of sweet fern, which she made into a lea, and gave him every half hour until noon, when he took a dose of salts. After dinner his wife, who had seen a fine old lady of treat experience in doctoring, oo J lor settlement Yon will -Uj!a r rl,..i 1 r j- u. ail, a Mf'ndllfe KIlTier. , ,!o "t'wnd and pav off my in ' ai nit III' ni. j "ks. I hope this notiit or I will be conitall the hanila of an are&t j V -i , i Re-ltHullr. ' dof ..imilarsliape and v.. vi" r- ! ful of home-made balsam n'JSt Cnller all (lie mnrf ""SBlTlv.i. . a." I. T " .V 3 ' ' ; -i ; 1 . TV. ."" i Franklin street rave him two r-ills of her i'S ""."t wm be cumncU-1 ... , r. fi;i. .t. " t I-.. VI T- ,. """ down. Then he took a half pint of hot "rr i. ! rtim eat ffrvaa oai araa.- I- aam f a aw rA m oa -wakrad.H aTiJ1? ReT- Robcrt TT the next house, and steamed his legs ' " w "l upon our landholders the vJ iV, ln Pr"t in with an alcohol hath. At this crWia two of, nesity of preaerving their standing Urn- A ill ...... 1 a A ... i I., a tl, a itm iHA.u.. l.aa MM a hiadtflnir. - sulP I . '.'I .LKa 1 11- I I a - . a . - am .jtU fwlH ft VTfXfT XT1tl to DWtten 'r " vtwMn, .v ? i uu u imi mac (Mil r Arnpr ftHf 1 PlTfi Him " j e - . . AJtan . a ...-. ' ' " -wa? vu KT UIULI, SUJlVa U1UI 1 m - t .11 a t r"'1 t n an attire ol ( a half eallon of sneartnint U-a. and a t.i? " Uie owrse oi a lew years win couiu uc ''3k.UV,V'a WuuW, prood ; I dose of castiw oil. Before goine to tied he ' realized in any other in vestment they ' ! b JTi a 00 LiI,: ' touk ci-Ut f " w kind of pilL wraptcd DxLt i ecU deieh .15 Bwr7 whole ; about his neii a flannel soaked in hut vine- i lliat uar predictions were correct. ;'ieDnAa!?,vt7Stat' "d fia ' ! g?r ftJ ''. and had feathera burnt on a i And now, once wore we adtuonbh those : a ill crown every ahovel in hUr-om. He is now thorouehly 1 who stdl have good standing timber to pre- I'laOe ul w-n.l.; - . - . A i - ... . .... r . - t ...a Tat,, aaaa rJ it aiwl ilal't Mil , Pt0(.,: , " '"'r ""'im mrc-u, uu iuii oi rrauuine. M e advise " - - tue FII " peace ; our readers to cut this out and keep it where I "T of unnecessarily, for the day is not tS T7 pulpit an able it can be readily found when dancer threat-1 TerJ remote when it wifl be worth double awoc-e-s. Ui I its present price- Ettinge. the creek on an old foot bridge. railinz ot which was very fraiL of the water in the creek caused him to j Now, what is the effect of this license sys grow dizzy, w hen he caught hold of the i tern as tausht by o!servation and experi ruiling. w hich bmke under bis weight and ence? Has it made the people better in a precipitated him Into the water. Search j moral sense has it elevated them socially w as mail.1 for him but up lo noon yesterday has it benefited them in a financial jioint nis remains uait not oeen recovered, it is; or new? is there a man, woman or child, supposed that he had a!xut five hundred ! in all the broad scone of the State that can dollars upon his person at the time of the j say yet to either one or all of these qties accident Deceased had tor a long time thn Who is there anywhere in this aze Jicen employed as a repair man oa the rail- j of Christian civilization "that will say that road about Bridgeport ; was a very large the authorizing and encouraeins of the sale or intoxicating liquors by the drink, lias been a blessing, and productive of good re suits? Then, if no good has been derived from the operations of the law, evil must have been entailed thereby. That the use of intoxicating liquors as a beverage, is an evil a great andcryingeviL all right-minded men will admit The fact that such liquors can be sold only by special grant or permission, and that their sale is limited to a certain few, shows that even the very law that permits their sale, recognizes the traffic as an evil; otherwise, it would per mit every one to engage in it, indiscrimi nately, w ithout let or hindrance. The sale of strong drink as now engaged in, is an evil for the reason that it does encourage its use. It affords every facility for obtaining it and the ''vile stuff" is constantly dis played in its most attractive form, to"tempt ths morbid appetites of the intemperate, as well as to ensnare the young and such as have not yet acquired a taste for stimu lants. It is from these licensed houses that men of all ages and conditions in life, cre ated in "the image of God," and but a "little lower than the angels," come reel ing and staggering in a beastly state of drunkenness, a disgrace to their manhood. and unfit for decent society. It is in these houses where men of families barter their last dollar nay, their last penny, to fill themselves with liquid damnation, while their wives and children are suffering tbe untold miseries of those who are without home, w ithout clothes and dying from star vation. It is in these houses very frequent ly, that the young and innocent learn to utter the first oath, to tell the first lie, to take the first intoxicating draught and, in short take all the first lessons in a life of degradation and ultimate ruin. "Oppor tunity makes thieves" and who will say that the same is not true with regard to drunkards. But we have heard it said that, as the sale of intoxicating liquors is legalized, those engaging in the traffic, do so under cover, and by authority of law, and, there fore, the people have no right to interfere with the business. This position, it seems to us is not well taken. If the people, through their legislatures or otherwise, have the right to grant special licenses or permits to certain parties to engage in a certain business they certainly have the right, both implied and actual, to revoke that grant or privilege at any time they may see proper to do so. The people are the'sovereign power in tlds country, and they have the inherent right to nufce and unmake laws at their own good pleasure; and to this right may be added the moral duty of .the people to make inoperative all laws that are pernicious and demoralizing hi their effects. Again, we have heard it said that should the people decide against license, the ks of revenue derived by the county from that source would have to be made up oy a correspomung increase oi uie taxes. There is an impri son w ith some people that the money derived from liquor licenses goes into the county treasury. This is not the case; it goes into the Stale Treas ury. The amount thus received from the county is aliout $1350 per year. Now, let it be granted tnat tins amount would nave to be raised by additional taxation, and it amounts to this : The value of taxable property in Somerset county, according to the triennial valuation, is about 4,500, (A) dollars Then, to raise 1,250 dollars it would require an increase of lesa than one third mill to the dollar of each man's valu ation, a sunt much loo small to be of any consequence. But this deficiency would be more than made up in another way, by diminishing the expenses of the ouunty. The total cost of our courts (exclusive of Judges' salaries) jail and poor house, is about 10, OtMl dollars per year, all of which the coun ty pays how, it must be admitted by ail w ho are familiar witn tne proceedings ot our courts that a very large proportion of its business is confined to the adjudication of troubles arising directly or indirectly, from drunkenness, and violations of the li cense laws Tluse most capable of judg ing, give it as their opinion that fully one half of the exianses of our court trials are created by this class or cases. The same is certainly true of the cost of maintaining prisoners in the jail and pauperism the xxr house. It will be seen, therefore, that whilst the State might lose 1,150 dollars as the liquor license revenue from this county, In the absence of tbe poverty and crime superinduced by kntemrance, the county would save at least B, 0U0 dollars each year, and could well afford to lose the Ialtry sum of 1,2-W dollars eren though it had to be made up by direct taxation. In corroboration of the troth of this the ory, we will state that the Grand Jury of Dauphin county. Pa., at the Janunry team (ISTS) of tiieir Court of Quarter Ses sions submitted the following facts for the consideration of tlie judges of said Court : They find that the amount realized by the State from licenses granted to hotels restaurants and wholesale liquor dealers in that county, amounted to the sum of 00, no part of which went into the county treasury. Also, that the expenses wkl ly the peo ple ot Dauphin county tor the trial, con viction and safe keeping of criminals in the year 1872, for offences directly and indi rectly chargeable to the license system and tbe excessive use of intoxicating drinks amounted to the sum of 34,21. 75. Ia other words, the license system in Dauphin county enriches the State by $0635 00. but impoverished the people to the extent of tf.J4.21 9 73 in hard cash. What is true of Dauphin, ia more or less true of every other county ia the State. No (uan who is' governed by the facta in the case, will complain of the losa of revenue from the license system, while, under the operations of that tame system, he is oom- tion of their degradation to the world. - lour interests are ot such grave importance that you cannot regard the issue as one of no consequence. Then arise in your might, and exert the power of your gentle, holy influence against a system that contributes so largely to your miseries and to the downfall of those who should be the de light, the hope and the stay of your lives See that every one who has a vote, goes to the polls and casts his ballot "No License." And now, we trust, enough has been said to assist the people in viewing the question in its proper light, to strengthen their determination to pronounce againsU one of the greatest evils of tbe present day, and to encourage a verdict, which shall be in harmony with the sacred injunction of the wise man Loon hot epos tbe wixe WHEX IT IS RED, WHEX IT GIVETH COLOR IX THE CCP, WHEJi IT JlOVETII ITSELF AKIOHT : AT THE LAST IT BITETH LIKE A SEItPEXT ASD STISGETH LIKE AX A)- tha tieactiful Uttla Tillage of ConSaeoce. Th tntla ia whl. h we took panaire, halted tweet nunatca U r tllnner. Tallnv a perp ol tne !d twenty aorrottna- Dr.R." D. Wet ax d. Sam'l Gaither, M. A. Saxser, 11. L. Baer, J. J. HOFLMAX, Our Jenaer X Rawala. Planing mill has licen doing Have Yoc Sees Her 1 A ladv who for the last five vears has been a leader ot fash ion in New York, and who may be seen twice a week in her elegant caleche driv ing a pair ot superb roc it in Central Park, has recently stited, in the select circle to which she belongs that tlie only article in existence which imparts beauty and lustre to the complexion without ultimately im pairing the texture of the skin and causing it to callapse and wrinkle, is Haoas s Magnolia Balm. The name of the dis tinguished member of the beau monde w ho uiade this declaration cannot with proprie ty be given, but it may lie mentioned en paiMnt that she has spent several years ot her life in Europe and is familiar with all the arts and preparations employed by the court beauties of the old world to enhance Make a Note or it. Keeping a diary is troublesome business, out Keeping a always in your sale pocket, with a pencil in it, is easy enough. In this book a man should set down every important item of business which is neces sary to be looked after. For example, such needed repairs about the farm, garden, orchard, dwelling, barn, and other out d.ior aflaira. Again, those who write for Rural papers, often have ideas and sub jects which present themselves to the mind, and which they. would like to put in due form for publication at some other time. A good plan is to make a note of this in a memorandum bock, whenever and w hcre ver the thought may suggest itself; and then, at your leisure you can give that thought ample expression in words and thereby benefit others by giving them the results of your experience. Besides these things such a book is useful as a repository for messages given one by others or as a safe plat to put down thoughts as they occur, of such matters of business or pleasure as one may desire, at some other time and place, to look into. 1 have car ried such a book for years nad find it a great help to my memory so much so, in deed, that I would nut willingly lay it aside. Try it awhile, and judge lor your oclf. Columbiti Herald. Timber. Some statistician gives us as a result of his investigations that, about 7.01W acres are cleared of timlier each week day in this country. Of the annual crop f ij.OdO.lwO worth goes lo fuel, and 15, Oiaj.ooo worth to fencing. The Locomo- thriving busineMi for some time tanA and in order to meet the demands of its patrons they are still adding new machinery to the same. The sudden 'break up" of the weather on Monday and Tuesday of last week brought with it high waters though wc have e A beard of any damage caused by the sat -.e in our vicimtr.- X. S. Griffith formerly of this place, but now a resident of Chicago, UL, spent a couple of weeks among his friends and ac quaintances here,-on a visit during tne Holidays. "Newt" reports tbe commission business as good, at Chicago. Rev. G. N. Channel!. Pastor of the U. B. Congregation of this place in the past year, has been assiened to the work of Tyrone, Pa., and will likely move there at once. Jlr. Chapx.-U. in his short stay at this place, has endeared himself to a num ber ot our people, w hose best wishes will, go with him, in whatever part of the Lord's vineyard he may be called to labor. Sharp competition in the coal market in this vicinity has operated to the advantage of the consumers, who are no more heard to say "how dark and yet how fiAf. . The protracted meeting which was in progress at Jennertown at tbe time of the accident was continued until Monday of last week. Wc have heard of one or two cases of a relapse of the epizootic, in this country ; it is claimed to be of a more dangerous char acter than when first taken. The greatest of care must be exerctcd, and then fre quently it results fatally. . Quite an insurrection has been going on for tbe last week or two, down in tbe northern part of oar township which can not altogether be termed a Modoc war, nor perhaps anything bearing resemblance thereto. But latest accounts report a ces sation of hostilities with a view of nego tiations lor peace. On Thursday last, the remains of Miss Sarah Dietz, one of the victims of the acci dent which occurred at the Lutheran Church at Jennertown, few days 050 were interred in the Brethren Church Burial grounds of this place. This unfor tunate young lady suffered excruciating pains for some time after that sad disaster, though the best medical skill that could be obtained was summoned to her bedside, and all that science could command waa used to restore or alleviate ber terrible sufferings ; and at one time taint anticipations of hope wereentertained by her parents of recovery, but the injuries were of such a character that there was little room to expect any thing,' and the attending Physician so in formed them. ' On Tuesday last Sarah's spirit took its flight for a happier home in the skies. The funeral was the largest and most imposing witnessed here for years. IJev. Chappe 11 improved the occasion with a very feeling discourse, paying a high tribute to deceased's christian worth and social standing in this community ; Rev's Stulft and Moffatt also spoke' in the ! warmest terms of deceased s resignation under the trying circumstances and ago : nizing sufferings of body. The exercises l.wcre qnite solemn and impressive. a caref ul estimate has been made of the timber lands in Pennsylvania and the aver age yield of lumber per acre, and the alarming conclusion is arrived, al that three years stocking of mills at the present rate, vfive hundred millions of feel per year), will exhaust all the pine limber now stand ing. These statements being made alter very careful estimates and by experienced lumbermen in the Slate, gives them such an emphatic indorsement that their truth can scarcely be doubled ; and taken in con nectioo wi'ih tlie recent heavy sales ot timber lands in this and adjoining counties two lablesjioon-1 fcUOUiu aamonisn luiwe w uu u e gwu to keep them i l"JUlca umixi w a,v, aa w .atfr.ir.tnr how they slash and cut it down. We have frequently, during the past year or two. Trslnalia. Ice again Lroken np. , , Mud considerably mixed up. - "Civis" the correspondent of the Demo crat, seems to lie considerably ruffled up. Mr. N. B. Lichliter lias purchased the Jennings farm near this place. Mr. Noah Scott has purchased a farm of Mollie A. Harned price pi.QM. We un derstand that he intends making quite extensive improvements upon said farm, by liming it, making plank fence, &c Mr. John Faidley has purchased a farm of liner & Bro , known as the Harmon Younkin farm price $4,0U0. Mr. Balaam Younkin was so nnfortunate as to have a leg broken, some days since. Hey. ' Davis is holding a protracted meeting in this place. j Prut "What's his Name attempted to instruct a class in penmanship, but rather fizzled on accouat of too much benzine. Tliej Prof, left here w it ha "capital shade"abrmt' one eye. I Prof. "What d you call 'iin" lectured a few evening- since on phrenology. &c, i and made little boj I drunk oo cold water, j Items like polished boots, for the pre-1 sent are scarce in our town. A kerosene lamp exploded in the house of Mr. Alex. Nedrow, a few evenings since, while the family were at church. The fire, was discovered by a next door neighbor, Mr. Maust, w ho arrived just in time to save the building from being con sumed. ; CoL E. D. Yutzy has purchased the' Central House. . luz. we were indaecd to atop "ft a few dart, part of which tline we (pent very pleamntly auendina a protract! meeting at the M. E. 1 bnrch, and fmnlcjt acquaintances with the jolly flkof the Tillaite and Ttrinitr. So pleasant was our risit and oattraetire the ptare, that we wer induced to make another eall. lmrim oar first vlJtt we cave your reader a few Itema and a hart keti h of a.tne of the cuBpi4iioaj place. We did Intend irfTintr a mora enmplete hiatry of tbe plaoe, but time aad ee did ant permit We hope the good people of ConSaenre will not took with a cold eye on what we eareieaely threw together far their pe rusal. We will not at present be aide to riii a de tailed description of the place, bat merely a few jottings. We trut oar second vtait may be aa pleaaant aa oar first one. Soon children, fiiendi and native land were all left behind eooa we were thundering alnos the hlll-ide and a few hoar' throcrh hill and Talleyt broaht u aafely toonr once nappy home. As we stepped from the train we ft-lt like thankintheOreat iietnc.wbohroabt a throash so man danger. Jom at tbia mo ment tbe ringing of the bed Invited a ia tbe Cen tral Hotel to partake of a rich repajt prepared fur aa. I icing somewhat hungry, we Immediately re sponded to tbe call, and were auon feasting auoa the mrtny good thing: so boanteoaely spread before as. Tbe lady of the boose, Mrs. Cams knows how to keep things ia order, and the girls certain ly deserve macb praise for baring everything ready and so nicety amazed to aatisly the hungry and thirsty. Improvement still goes oo. Messrs. Stein. Black and Seibtrt bare each erected a new dwelling boose, wbkrb adds much to the appearance of oar new town, w e learn trial many av.-re nuiKiimrs win De erecteu as focn as warm weainer eomee on. We hope the enterprising people will ant forget. before oar mud makes its appearance, to make im provements by constructing side walks, ltaring. our first visit we saw the necessity of improvements of this kim!; indeed it was so bad that the major part of tue time we could not iret out to see our blends, and for fearof getting tne dyspepsia we w.ld occasionally make a "B" line from the Bhr erside Huose to the postofflce te get a ropy of the Somerset HfULaLO, oar Det companion. Jim. AGENTS! A BARE CHANCE VTt will pay an agents u per week In essh.wha win engage witn us ai ooce. z.reryining furnish' ed and capens-s paid. Address A COtLTtK a JO Charlotte, Mich. WANTED., IF TOU Visa xu BUT A SEWIXOMA- CHIXE for family ass, or act a agent, addrass WASUIXQTOX SrWINO MACHINE CO. Boston, Slasa W ANTED mVr the spring aad Vl nil I LU m"". School Teacbers aad other intelligent men, to solicit for my new valua ble, beautifully illustrated and easy-sellin publi cations. Helore making other engagementa, ad dress, statin H. C. JO. tig experience. If any. H.VSON, 700 Arch Sl Philadelphia A FIRST CLASS Bl'SIXESS tir a reliable man, with tbe aasanuaee of making from flO to 3.UUV a year, can be secured, in connection with aa agency for the exclusive sale of works by Rev. Henry Ward Beecber, William Cullen Bryant, Harriet Beecher Stowe. a& Write fur particulars us J. B. I OKU a. CO., New York, Boston, Cbkago or San Francisco. UU FMPralia U Uixmun Double Elevated Oven, Warming Closet, Broiling Door. Fender (- r 1. Dumping a Shaking Urate. Direct Draft. rtLLEK, WAHKEX ,CO.,SM Water Str-t. New York. j By tho following dislirs-tnenUcer- dT Issaed by tbe Poor House Direevrv: I 1 31 , By amount paid fur prnvisioM. iBciwlkog -1 beef, baooa, real, wheal. Iu, . - isns M ! By amooat paid for gTne.-r.ea aad bv!m t2 il i 1 " - - " eUTB - - - 14 2a !! " " out don- paupers law l i " " ma inrmdieaiaKrvti-e: E. H. Kimmcl bai fur 1x71 - fi j By an wot paid for meUcmi services S. S. I' (food in part for Urj - Ti ' t to liy want paid for a.fflns . M 31 - - - fuel ... 1 i)l " ,.v " " eastings and bUrk- tmlth W'.Ii ....... lo U By amount paid ahs ... ", T " - - lime ... a2T " vinegar an. eLler - 11 34 li " " - USMtlSwd . t 11 pasture . . t ear-lmg nl weaving J J"- m eon sostav ri eo " repairs . . I w 01 tofi - - . . ; n labor . . - as to lumber . as 23 " aanemakin . as 71 sMler s bill - " lire stock - loo M freight - 4 ST " hack Car t 00 " printing . . a a wagon . . laa () enoperinsr 10 - straw cutler - - 40 w " leather . - Nn - tin ware . . I to eg eunveynig pauper to Harrisburg i By annat mH Westmoreland ewontyj lorJobn Miller ... I By am t paid fordirectors salary Wiry Walter; I - . u u u Swier I Ht amt pai.1 (ur director's ooun-tl Scaeil; I a Jiimmel ..... j I Br amount paid for Stewart's salarv.l Brant balance (or lfTt - - m SUj By amount paid for Steward's salarv.l ! Brant In nan for lie . . suuu u i I By amount paid Treasurer Roberta - j 40 T3 14S 04 M OO W M V) 00 SO 00 40 09 4U W iOnaul 31: .ftSfil 31 r7 3IARBIEI). RUTTER WALTER. On Wednes day evening. February 5th, at the house of our worthy Kecnster & KecorJer, bv tier. A. E. Truial, Mr. M. A. Rutter, of Hunt ingdon Co., to Miss Alma J. Walter, of Centreville, Somerset Co. LAFERDY FRA2ER On the 22d of December, 1872, at the house of the bride's father, by Iter. Samuel Lowrv, Mr. Joseph Lafcrdy to Miss Louisa FVazer, bath of Juniata Tft, Bedford Co.. Pa. CXXXLXGIIAM BRfBAKER. On the 6th inst, at the bride's residence, in Stoystown, Mr. W. Cunningham to Miss Aliiiira Brubaker, both of Somerset Co. S1IAXK BREXARD. In Somerset, February 8th, by Elder E. Bcvins, Mr. C. F. fshank to Miss Minerva Crenard, both of Somerset Pa. BALDWIN" GOOD. On the 6th inst.. by Rev. H. F. Keener, Mr. James M. Baldwin, of Stoystown, to Miss 'ancr Good, of Jenncr. Cautios, Every genuine box of Dr. aMcLAMa'S LlVtll 1 ILLS bears the pignature of FLEMIXQ BROS., rittsbargh, Pa., and their private United States Stamp. "Take no other. "The market is full of imitation. The GriDa tt published quarterly. B ets. pays for the year, which 1 not half tueeosc Those who afterwards send monev to the inant at ,a. dollar or more forseds may alsoordcr ZS ets. worth ra the price paid for tbe QtrtDw. The ft rat aumner IS beautllul, giving plans Hit making Ru ral Homes. Dining Table Deroratioiia. Window Gardens, kc, ani a mass of information Invalua ble to the lover of flower. 15u pages on fine tint ed paper, some Sflu Engravings and a suoerh t 'a- orcl Plate and Chromo Cover. Tbe First Lditkai of 3U0.OU0 just printed In English aa-l German. JAMrJS YiCal. Bochester. Edition K. Y. JOIIXSTOWX SAVINGS BAXK, 120 CLIXTOX STREET, CHARTERED SEPT., 1870. OPEXED FOR THE TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS FEB. 2.1, 1ST1. BANK fiPEX DAILY FROM 9 A. M. to a P. M. a f wi, , d . v ur ..,' ,i . ........ a", "- nr.iii.rvu.tl A.UMl. I'BDAY EVE.M.X11S. FROM TO T!-j O CUX.X Xervoaua DefcllUy. With Its gloomy attendants, low spirits, depress ion, involuntary enusesons, loss of semen, spernva. torrbara. loss of power, dltiy bead, kas ef memo. ry, aad threatened impotence ani UntieeUity, and a sovereign core in Humphreys' Homeojalhie Specific No. Twenty-Eight. Composed of tbe most valuable mild and Dntent Curatives, they strike at once at the root of tbe matter, tune up the svstem. arrest tne aawhargea. ana imparl vigor and energy, life and vitality to the enure man. They have eared ihonaandsuf eases. Price. i per package of five boaes and a la ore 2 vial, which Is very important in obstinate or old cases, or tl per single box. Sold by all Druggists, and sent by ma U on receipt of price. Address Hl'3iPHRE"S SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC MEDlCIJi L CO 82 Broadway, New York. now. la. wEor Sale by . B. Jilarsaall, irmerset, fa. f0lEaET XABKET. Corrected woiklj by A. J. CaSza-ra a. Co. Applca dried. V .. Appieoatier. fi gal Butter. Buckwheat, basnet... Beeswax. V ISaeon, snouklerti, V a.. .. sues. - ... " hams. " ... Com. ft bune!.. Corn meal V , Calf skma. V B Eggs, W di l Flour, f hid Flaxseed V bu, (.4 ft).. Lsrd. V Leather, red sole, ... apper " kiu. Oats, ft ba rotaioea, tvu Peaches, dried, ft ft Kys ft kags. V w bait. No. L f bbl - f ou ' Asbton. Sazar, yellow ft ...... .. whito Tallow, w best. bo.. Wool, V a w w- - srwe;w4- .&e 40L-VJM e tl oo Me -8e as ISe tl 00 Je II 2ue ta M 1 M M!! J034e luo ....e '.'..tuc lie 1 o V as 90 l tl 00 134 lie litc 1 s auSoe Thust "Old Shea" Agalau Ujwisa, Pa., Feb. 8th, 18T2. Dear IIckaio). We notice that a cur r(iondent of the Democrat, n jled "CiTm" refers to a "young chaj" wht, he asja, is possessed of tut one idea, and is anxious to hare his name appear in print. Why, "Ci tU, O lapidum euptUf how pleasant you look, after inch an effort: you whose pen cashes in front, while your plume wares behind! We are -almost tempted to ex claim: "Hog Back!" fall upon us, and hide ns. from the anger of "Civis!" .from the face of kim that writeth (for tbe Democrat) fur the irreat day of his wrath has come, and who shall be able to comprehend bis Latin! Then will "Hog Back" tremble and shake that same "old shed," whose Xew Adcertisenwut. SS0LUTI0X. .Notice is hereby given that tbe -o-nartBenbln existing, between Korna. Rose I'll, la the lum ber business, has beea dissolved by mutual eon sent. Uencetorta tbe iirm name will be Edward Ia Rose .I'd. EDWARD U BOSK fct.12 EDWARD U KOH.VS. JDMIXISTUATOR-S NOTICE. Eaute of Jacob Baker. late of Somerset township. LOANS SECURED BY BONDS AND MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATE. SIX PER CEXT. GUARANTEED. Deposits received of mil sasu -4f IrssOaa Out DoiUr, and a dividend of the profits declared f vice a vearvln June and December. interest commences the first day of each month. interest when not drawn out is ad. led to the Principal, thru compounding twice a itu fur the depositor. Hooks containing the charter and by-laws will bo furnished at tbe Bank. D. J. MORRFXJa President. FRsK DIBERT, Treasurer, t'VKl'S ELDER, SoUritor. BOARD OF TRUSTEES: James Onper, David Dfbert. Oeorze Fritx. A. J. Hawea, F. W. Hay. John Lowman. iMniel M' Langnlin, James McMillan. James Morley. Lew is PliU. C R Ellis. PoweUStackboose.Coiirl Suppeii. Oco. T. Swank, W. W. Waiters, aad D. J. Morrell. President. febU A DMIXISTKATOR S NOTICE. Estat state of Elizabeth Brash, late of Jefferson tp.. ooeeasou. Iartters of admmLstration on the a hove estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to those indebted to it to make Inn, dlate payment, and those having claims against it, to present them, duly authenticated Inr settlement, at lha office of John H. I hi, in Somerset, on Sat arday, February as, lsra. JOSEPH BRCGH. janli Administrator. 4 DMIMSTRATOR-S NOTICE Ls'uvtc of JosUh Emert htte of Somerset Wwnsh tp, deceased. Letters of mimlnistration on the above estate hav ing been granted to tbe undersigned, notice is here by given to those indebted to Bke immediate pay ment, aod those having claims against k will pre sent them, dulv authentk-ated for settlement on Saturday, tbe Sd day of March, I8T3, at the hows of the usdersigneii. JACOB CASEBEER. Administratur. Letters of ailmlnisuaUon on tbe above estate hav ing been granted the nndersiirned by tbe proper au thority, notice is hereby given to those indented lo it to make Immediate pavmcnt, and those having claims against it U) present them, duly authentica ted, tig Battlement at tbe laic rei leace u aaht ae eeasetl, oa Friday. Jln-h , lT.i. S U .MlN J. B A KER. JOHN J. BAKER, M)12 Administrator. JQISSOLUTION. 1 ne co-parxneTBDip existing oetween jonn A. Bouse and Henry S. Coleman, under the title of House a. Coleman, has this day been dissolved br mutual consent. Tne bonks are hi the hands of H. S. LVdeman tor settlement. Ail accounts unsettled bv April 1st will be placed In tbe hands of aa am eer iur collection. J. K. BO IS E, Oarret, i s. Feb. 1st. H. a. COL.E.MAX. febU JTULE TO ACCEPT or REFUSE. 'lbe Cemmonwealth of Pennsylvania to Sank Ream, RaCftaei Kregar, Jane Dumboosd Mary McNeaL, Neal MeNeaL Ed. McNeal and James McN'cnl, legal heirs and representatives of Au ric Roddy, deceased, late the wife of William Roddy, and all other persons interested greeting: Somerset County, sk You are hereby cited to be and appear befirre . the Judges of tbe Orphans' Court, at aa L.S. Orphans' Court to be held at Somerset on the lTth day of February. A. D., 1873, then and there to show cause why the real estato of Annie Roddy, deceased, should not be void to pay the tncnmlmnccs of a dower amounting to the sum of eighteen hundred dollars (tlMJu.) or there abouts, which said dower was due and pavable to the heirs of Frederick Blubaugh all in March, 1K and tbo expenses of selling the aame. aad tnat the interest of the redone of the purchase money be paid to William Roddy, the husband aforesaid during tbe period of his natural life, and after his death the principal thereof to be paid to tlie heirs and legal representatives ef said Annie Roddv, deceased: herein fall not. Witness tbe Honorable Wm. M. Hall, Kj.. at Somerset, this zTtn dav of November. A. D. I'd D. J. HORNER. Clerk. Tue above named heirs, living ia Somerset seui ty. have all brew notified 't the time and place. Sbsrifi'f office, ( OLIVER KNEPPER. January, 13, UTX Sheriff. pUBLIC SALE. By virtue of aa order of sale granted by the Or p nans' Court of Somerset ecaoty. Pa., the under signed will offer for sale, on the premises, oa SATVRDAT, FEBRUARY 13th, 173, nt 1 'clock p. m tbe real estate ofHewryOmshaw, of Somerset township, 4er'd a farm eonulning UT acres and M percnea, with Wo aerea clear. S acres in meadow, with a two story house, bank barn, n tenant hunse aad at ber out buildings thereon erect ed, with aa orchard of excel icot fruit trees, a good coat bnak,aa Irua tmeeia overt seetthark. a sugar orchard on tho premise. adKnmg lands ef We H. Frits, JaS.fHwntr. Hew. Yoder. and others. I KJtaS: 1 roc-ttum, alter tae oclwetiua 1 dents VALUABLE FARM And Mill Property for 8alo. Tae uoderriirned desiring to change his way of, .ad expenses, to remain a Uen, the interest thereof living, now oners fur saie his hum, sUaatod ia I o be paid to tbe widow annually during life, and Donegal township. Westmoreland county. Pa-. ' at her death the nrinciDol to be naid to the child of eoolamiag about JUS acres. It h) la a high state of I aaid deceased: Sl.aoaoa the 1Mb April. 1K3L when tbo deed and possession will be given, aod SjoS yeany, so oo secureu ny jnugmcnt nono. enltivntion. and being well watered, is eunsiderod n No. 1 stork harm. Ou tho farm are two good ap Ma orcaaraa. 1 M buildings consist of a Mica dwelling boose, with frame kitchen, frame bank barn, two tenant bowses aad stables, with all tbo necessary outbuildings belonging; Also, a black, smith shun, saw mill, built in lsTu. grist mill lour stories high, built m 18TV. Tnemill contains three ran of stone, and tbo machinery is all put up la tbo best and use Improved style. It is situated on ladiaa creek, aad hi driven by its waters tha year round. It is also is the midst of a goad set tlement, eonvenicntto seboola. ebarchea, us there being five public roads leading right to the milL It is also on the proposed route of the Ugonior Valley Railroad. For farther particulars apply talk undersigned, living on the premises. D. IX HORNER, febU Jones' milia, Pa, JaaS LEVI LONO. - Administratur- HOUSE ESTABLISH ED ISM. sAtvm a. acaLsr. tin w. mat. JACOB D. Ul'BLEY 4 CO.. Conlectioners, . Laiiss t Ecil'.eL3'j toCrai ft Mu Lxn; PITTSBURGH. PA Library Building. M Pena Aveawa. AVc, the andersigned. Auditors of Soratrset Countr, do herebr certify- that we bare settled and adjusted the account of Noah Roberts, Treasurer of the Somerset Coantr Poor Iloase for the year 1372, and that the fore going ia correct. . In testimony whereof we have hereunto set out hands and seals tbia 9th day of January, A. I)., 1ST3. Attest-. WILLIAM MAURER, l. a Elias Ccnmxoham, GEORGE A. KIMMEL, l. s. CI. rk. JACOB J. SPEICnER, l. . County Auditors. OUTSTAXDIXG STaiTE, COUNTY AND MILITIA TAXES, Due and Owing bjr the Collectors of the different Borongh antl Township Rates and LeTles, an follows: Collectors. Ta-,rf-. !v.., , County ! Puts MHllIa Dbtrfcts. .Tear. Tat T t Peter Statlcr -Charles C. Pugh -Benjamin F. Snyder -Henry Younkin John Oeiger William Suder Moses Eash ... John Lents Oeorge L lkk - -Frederick O. ff -Gillian H. Walter Peter Shoemaker -Alexander Nickm John Pntmaa -John Tritnpev William C. Horner -David C. Zimmerman John Graff Ephraim Miller -Jacob Snvder -Irwin Sullivan -Peter K nomine . Oeorge W. Anderson I Paint township ... Stoystown borough ; I'pperTurkeyfcot township -:A.ldlsoa ! Allegheny Brothersvaltc- " I ioemaoxh jElklick " Jetienon Jenncr " i DaieCttyborough i Larimer township - - - Lower Turkeyfijot township . 'Mi-ldleereek : Northampton " 'Qnemahoning u i Stoystown borough Shade township .Summit - Sumycreek " - fl'pr-rTurkeyfoot township . j W ellersburg borough lUrsina i - isn a an I IX il t I 21 " ? so t an si c 1871 24 II 49 So 33 to " SIM IS Ti IT 00 4)4 Wi MZl. MM 4-Ti to JT 01 , 14 UO 37i 47' 4 10 00 - kih au as 7 ua - 4U0 7 3M i M 1 IS 0 " 112 sr ; u 19 ie " 5iw 04- 242 24 i 17 SSl 34 00 - ia 31 . u se - k at- m v K oo - 4 H, 32' SM 337 , M 7 SO 131 7' 43 W 27 s0 - VI i 27 74 42 W 271 9' 40 il 23 M pa) ST, I 27 ( oa n Vt la ' Pii 1 since settkmcn: 1J Ti. We, the under?igied, Commiaioner3 of Somerset County, ia conformity with the Jaw, have ordered the accompanying; account of the receipts and expenditures of said county for the year 1872, to be published, and we here by certify that the foregoing statement of outstanding taics due said coun ty ia correct according to the books in the Treasurer's and Commissioners offices. January 17th, 1373. JON. DUMBAULD, Attest: JACOB J. WALTER, Jacob Neff, Clerk. VALENTINE J.MILLER, County Commissioner". Agents Wanted ! jj pjft g TO SELL THE Light Riming Domestic" SEWING MACHINE! MECr-tES BT Flat ST XOITC1CI OX (4 ABOUT 10,000 Hold Last Years ABOUT GO,000 This Tear; And now being Sold at the Bute of 75,000 FEB TEAK. Tbe PouucstlV superceiles other because It surpasses them In tne every uay senile K rea ders, both ia tha work-shop and family; ani bo cans tt is equally useful fur rery fine and rery , nearr wura. A Machine win be furnished (tor trial! torespoo stbio panics with aa tastruetuc (wKssmt charge) upon applicatiua at oar Warerosma, X4 ftlatai Pittskmrch. Tbo Ml)sBiMttc has taken mors Premiums this season than any other Machine, and is special ly reenmmemeo Iur family use and JSanaiaCiur- ers. It is simple la eoaotrwcUun, nuisrless ami easily run. AOdres. TOO "IMJM tSTIl f. n. n ., Jaol 24 Sixth Street, Pillsbsirxh. fflYBOTTS 1ST MOITCaCI r REAL ESTATE WOBTH THUHE TIMES THE SUM LOADED. Interest Payable Semi-AnmtaJly at the Banking House of ALLEN, STEPHENS & CO., nr xew toss crrr, Or at any Bank de-lsrnated by the lcntcr. W-E AHE IS V ESTIXO FOR EASTEHX If parties many tnousaads of dollars per month in flm murta-axes oa improved property in Illinota, and such has been the demand (or these desirable securities, that w ban. darina; tne last trteca months, placed la them nearly oao milliua of dot lars. the scmi-ammal mterest on whlrh has. ta each aad erery easo. haea pronrptly pakL The mortoaaes are in tbe fnna of Trust iKeds. and eaa be ekwed tn days should there bo a failure la par interest or taxes wheadaa. We in rest any sum. be tt large or small, and eel leet and remit laterost aad prineioal as it matures. aU without expenss to the leader. Caa refer ta parties lor whom wo nasw kmnod mnre aaaouata, aad who has newer lust a dollar either of pnnct pal or interest ia this class of securities durint tho nut aftaea years. Send for oar pamphlet, -Illinois as a place of InTestmeat," mailed fre. arc kt c. wmaow. ana. w. tows. WllaSOX TOMS, Isemlera la Keal Eatad Tea Txrw Cest. KcwsirtUes) astdi iVcniaal amsla, BLOOMINCTON, Illinois. ant-TI HORNER, pOURT PROCLAiLl-TION. vewntaxa, tha Honorable Wimis X. Hall. President of tho ae-vral IXsarta of Uommon Pleas ef tho Counties eomposintr too sixteenth Judicial inetneu ana jusueo oi ine unwnsoi trrerana ter miner and General JaU Delivery, fcr tbo trial of ail capital and ot her offenders in the said District, and Lawns A. Tirana and Jii an Mown. Es. quires, Jadir-sof the Courts of Common Pleas, and Justices of the Courts of Oyer and Terminer, and General Jail Delivery, for tho trial of all capital ana otner onenucrs in tne ixmmy ot somerset, oaro issued their precepts and to mo directed, for hoki inc a Court of Common Pleas, and General Quar ter Sessions of the Peace, and General Jail Deliv ery and Courts of Oyer aad Terminer, at Snmerset, Oa Xwrnday, rtkraary 17ta, 1S7S: Korirx u kcresw tim to all tha Justices of tho Peace, the Coroner and Constables within the sakl County of Somerset, that they be thea aad there h their proper persons, with their rous, reenras. mqu-rili-sM. examinati(BS, ami other remembrances, to do those things which to their offices aad la that behalf appertain to be done: and also, they who will prosecuto aaratnst the prisoners that areur shall be in the jaii of Somerset County, to be thea and there, ta prosecute aninst them as shall he just. SflUBirr Orrii't l OLiYEJt KXEPPER, Somerset, Jan. 17. t Soon a. Buggy, Carriage LIGHT WAGON MANUFACTURER, SOMERSET IV., Is now pre pal ed to m&nafactura to order every do arriptiwa of CAKSIAGES. BlGiIF.S. siLKirs, SPEIO WAOOXS, HACKS. SLEIOHS. -a-. Is the latest aad moat approved style, aad at tha Lowest Potwible Priee. - ALL IS WAST OF A T 1ST OP CAUSES sat down hr trisJ at Feb- As day. ruary Term, lTa,iniiu raring U Karaiay,Uth U A. Tarrjer's assirnea vs Slick a. Blackbura. Same vs Elkhart, W iu a Co. Same vs Elkhart Luweisiiar. a Co. Philip Shaver vs Knabla tt aL O. P. Shaver vs Same. Jostaa Loas; vs Same. Joha A. Woy vs Sam. Levt J. lams; vt Same. Daniel Mnstoller v. Same. Michael May vs E. D. Yatsv. John Boocher vs iMtrVk Trimpe. Thomas Keaa vs Jacob Eash. rectcrv-x a.nepDervt Francis Ccantrrmau. John Holland vs Jones Shaaiev fc Co. Scaeil a Kimmcl vs Henry Clayeomb. Samaei P. Snyder vs Leopokl a. Bra. Tat sr. Seott a Col, vs itaoslo alter B. B. Co, Pbxjtmosot AST'S Osnra, i E. 3d. Scssori. January an, ista. ) r rTjaw-.. jFIps! Clavs Carriage, Or anv other vehicle, are respectfully urr! led ta eaa and examine a is work. Xene but tha very best material will be used ia tho ssaaafaetar of his but tno Estata DMINISTRATOR-S NOTICE. of John T. Km, lata of Mid-llecreek t?L, Letters of admlntstrstioa an the a bur estate harm beea (rented to the andersifned. notice la h-rebv wivea lo those mdebted to M to make imrno a late payment, and those kavta? claims aualast It peesens isrw u t iuru i ioui ajr rtueunt Tassdav. ta lath day of Prbruarv. stT. at taa late rsswlfwe ef said doceasol. JUU.1 L. SSTDEa, at AdaiaistraUa' DMINISTRATOR-S NOTICE. LeUsrs of admlaistratioa navm beea rraarted by tn prnprr authority to ta Uaslersicned. oa th estato of Levt Berkey. dirsassrl. all pwraoaa la debted to said watata are Benny aounsd to make tasawitala parmsnt, aad taosa aavmc cialsas will daiy aa adnosday. tn lata day i usjaerstcneo. prawsnt t Wadaeai hoase of las i Jaal liy awthonUcated lor sett he at sat aa i lath day of February, isra, at la LETt QBirTTTH, A.tmiaisirah. BEST lVOIlIOaCEIV Ar employed m hts establfamusrat, sob of whom have had an experjenca of over twenty years ia ta bssinesa. He is. therefor, enabled ta tarn Ml a firatclass vehideabota a) posnt of stnal and workmaaship. All work warranted to ne as repce sented waca leavins; tn shop, aad saustactiua raarmatceO. Ail kinds of REPAIRING .VND P.VINTINO Dw ta a neat an.! saNUantlal maaner. aad at th saonast aotk. He ia determined to a aU hia work m such a manner, and at each nrtrea as ta it to th interest of sier; body to natroarsa Call aad examine hia work befus purr has in elsewhere. jas D. J. HOKXZB. REGISTER S NOTICE. Nutlc la hereby riven ta all perm ss iewslees. crrsiltuoue Khciw ise, that ta faUusr. in sjaraauM aav pssssi retrtster, and thai ta sam will be presented hr eaniiraatJoa aad allow, ansa at aa Orpaaas' Osart be held at Somerset aad for to sounty of S.raerset oa Thursday, tae XXh day of Febrwary, 1STX. First aeeonntCof Jaeo6 Uerhard, aanUaJatraasr of Normaa Elaf. rl sess sad. First sjosount ef Ly.tia Hocastatlar, a4smiaiatra trtx ef Samaei H r-hatstlnr, ilisausml. Aeonunt f Samaei Riairer, - '-i-'"t-"t f Joha BV Wtratasr, ttiiaasd? Partial aeaoaat of Wsa. Haaaa aad Joka Wat Mr, adalaitratori of Jgba Brooks. Inriai ' J. aVW ALT EH, Jub3 kaxtawr.