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The Somerset Herald.
WEDNESDAY. Alay, 19, IS7&. TIME TABLES. g.-KnET A visrtAL rotsT IllWlD. On, ami (lcrM'nlT,Niv.l5:h, 1ST!, trains will 'za a follows : LK4VK. SHE1V. Hall East 1120 a. m. 1:30 m, Mall Wert... .3 10 p. m. 1 30 p. m. P. W. A B. H. K. ra if i jjkraL i;st. Lipreaa East 177777- P- m- Express West 831 " m- Mall Eart U:" 1- m- Mall Wert ' P- m- VAI.I.ET BIILKOID. BllfalO HATt Aitciv-g. Mali Eart 1115 a. m. 1 '. p. m. Mail Wert 2.4S p. m. 4op. m. FRANK FORNEY. A fat. W. F. Alttatee R & Co. arc tni r ceiviug Clover, Timothy and Urafs Sxd. Furnure call we rag sur'p'l an.v E,1!SS 8C,k1 you want. Just rvrcivetl, a line lot of Lake Her ring; also No. 1 ami 2 Mackerel froli from the fhorc. L. J. TtEGHLEY. Orioi.es, cat birds, kin jE birds, yellow liirds and others, arrived lust week to juin the throng of feathered residents in lorc ing the summer. The old Lutheran Farsonase on Union street has been undergoing repairs (or some time past and commences to look quite handsome. Petiioi.ecm V. Xastit has cone to Cal ifornia to study his primmer, now end Josh Hillings to Alaska and the -flag "d the Constitution" are sate. Da. Ed. M. Kimmel is erecting an ot- "J. IT. Fritz. Comity Surveyor, will bet The martins have made their advent. in Middlcmek, on the 19th of Max-, in j and can now be observed flying in all di llrothcrsvnlle? on the 2,"ith. in Addison on i rections. A eood many thoughtful per- the 1st of June, in Painton the 7tb, in sons took the trouble to provide boxes for Shade on the UiIl and in Jt nncrand Con- the accommodation ol these birds, ana emnuiru on the 21st, to make a nuwocr ( possession was promptly taken oi me cages Pittsburgh & CczmellsTTUle RAILROAD. Wmk WasMafloa & Baltimore "SHORT UNE." of surveys. Persons wishing his services can leave their orders with Klija P. King, Middlerreek, IJeorge Wass. AddLson, Da vid J. Stialler. Paint, 31r. Nrler, Bucks town, John Kink". Jenner Twp., and at Gabriel .Mishler's residence, Conemaugh, or can address him by letter at Somerset Penn'a. Stkavkd. From a field on the larm of Frederick Weller on last Thursday, two small dary bay mules without shoes. A suitable reward for their return, or for in formation as to their whereabouts, will be given. John II. Miller. Somerset. May 12, 1S75. The latest anecdote brought to light by fire alon- side of his dwelling house on !'c ccnienuiait cieorauou is ramc. Main street, lie is also making some other jng. While the British troops were march- 1U2 i n roll 'U jm isiiiunuccKuo v - improvements on his proiwrty. If brooms are wet in boiling rater once a week, they will h-oune very tough, will not cit a carpet, last a month longer, and always sweep 'ike a ncT broom. 31b. Samuel Ticking has men at work I on a new dwelling house on his lot on J'atnot street. 1 lie imimial.on 19 leing dug and the lumber delivered ALTERATION OF TIME. Kail anl AscoDiaaa liitm Eijrsss Tula fiailj. TXjMTE TABLE. (in and after Sunday, Nor. litb, 1ST4. no this Kiad will Depart and Arrive tnim corner Orant and Water streets, at follows Trains lciot, DEP AIIT. riTTSBraaii tii ARBIVK. t'nioolown Ac- ; com e 30 a.m. Through Mall.T-ii a.m.; Mined Way... u:2Sa.m.: M'keesjiort Ac- j eom 11-40 a.m. Mchccsport Ac- eom 3 16 p.m. T'nlontown Ac- ei'm s 45 p.m. MckeesK-t Ac- fura 4:20 p.m. W. Newton Ae- eotn h-b p.m. Mckeesport Ae- c..tn "t!0 p.m. TtinHigh Ex., .s:oo p.m. Mr Ed-sport Ae- com 11:11 p.m. Wert Newton Church Train 12 4 p.m. McKeepport Ac-er-m t 45 a.m. .Mckeesport Ac- cm 74) a.m. W. Newton Ac cm -la.m. Throuith Ex...oa.m. Inioniown Ac cm 1015 a.m. jMckoesport Ac- ; ) eom 12: m. M ' keef urt Ae- I cm 2:00 p.m. lrkeeiHjrt Ae- oim elop.m. liiiontuwn Ac- e"in 5:40 p.m. I i M ' keef port Ac- cvw 7 35 p.m. T!ir..uih Mail.. S:H p.m. Weil Nrwi.n 1 Cliareh Trln.lu:05 p.m. Central Ticket Office, 45 5th Are., Pittsburgh, Pa. E. E. HTNEXAN. E. B. SNRl G;i Zzii Cl!s?:!!s. km. EAM'L C. HOUGH, Ga. Fas. As! Feb. .0. Nothing adds more to the appearance of a street than a neat row of shade trees en cither said. Silver Maple. Lucust, Ash anb other trees can be had cheap. A small row on the corner of the Dia' mond on Saturday, resulted in the breaking of one of the large show windows in the store room ot E. II. Marshall & Co. Mr. Jas. Shihes. of the firm ol Crouje & Shires, wholesale dealers in Tobrceo and Cigars, called to see us on Saturday. Jim is a g.KHl lellow and sells good cigars. XfcVADAicc dealers arc already prepar ing to doutile their prices nest sammer. uinlhc ground that the crop will be al most entirely c.iten up by the grasahop. JHTS. RF.rt Bl.K A COrXTT IO"ITTE. P. M. Schnn-k, Smcrset Borough, Ch:iinuaa. Addison S. A. Dean. Allechenv Alex. Ware. Berlin Tobias Pisher. Bii'thersvalley D. S. Meyer. Conemaugh Ix;vi Y(Kler. Continence Jonathan Fruntz. Kikliek J. X. Davis, tireenviile Joel Yuly. Jefferson Daniel Bowman. Jenner J. II. tiriffiith. Jennertown John A. Sipe. Ijirimcr Samuel P. Gelger. Meyersdale Ci. D. Liehty. Middleereek Philip K. M.xrt. Milford Joseph Sen rock. Xew Baltimore John George. Xew Centreville George V. l'billipi'i. Xorthampton D. S. Buw uiaa. Paint Joseph J. Lehman, tuemahouing Samuel Barn it. Salisbury Samuel Mier. Shade Jacob McGregor. Somerset Borough John I. Scull. Somerset Twp -Charles Mender. Stonycreek W . M. SehrK-k-Southampton Xoah Sturt7 Stoystown C. W. Pngh. Summit Cornelius SUociuaker. Uppr Turkey foot Preen, an Younkin. Lower 1 urkeyfoot Alex. XicoU. I'rsina W. H. B'rger. Wellershurg Michael Lratg. The Kepublican Prinukry Blection will 1 held on Saturday, M-y "20ih, 1S75. The filloing resoluliou-i. adopted at the meeting held on May 4;h, 1S7U, are still in force an ! are published lortlie in struction ol tlnse holding the flections, vii : 1st. That the polls be opened only at the usual places ot liokling election Lied by law. 2d. That the Republican roters of cU district hall elect their tucmber ot the County Committee and the two adJilioaa.1 oflicers to hold the primary rlcctue. Ikl. That w hen they w ere not elected at the previous election, the commilTc nian tor each borough anJ townekip. shall select the two other iersons to us'st fir holding the primary election in their re sportive districts, and the cotainhtee-man sliall act as judge and make the return ot election. 4th. That the conimitlec-man le re quired to make a lit ol the Republic! voters of the borough or townstitp im which he lives, and have the same present at the election, anu designate ihcrvwo every person ; and if any person not named thereon be judged entitled to a vote. Lis name le added to said lit and the fact elated, and tlial the said list le produced belore the return judges w hen they mwt iib. That all Republicans be rcjuirvJ to vote in their proper districts. Clh. That Do iH-rnou lie Allowed to vote unless known to have voted with the Re publican party, or w ho can produce salis- taetory evidence ol thai tact. ' The return judges must place the returns , in the hanila ol the Chairman on or lefore Monday evening, Mav Slrt, iL M. Sl'HKOi-k. Ch'm. Co. Caui. A Mississippi mau has invented a new lormula. lles:ivs: "At the earnest solic itation of my creditors, I have cunsented to become a candidate for County Treasurer. Mi:. Chaui.es Coi.eokn has added much to the convenience ol his prucrty on the corner of Main Cros and K:ce streets, by the iwWition of a mimber.ot outbuildings. A. II. Coffkoth. Jn., who has connected with the Christian ytimily Com panion. ol Meyersdale, for sjute time, has relumed to this place. Yc w elcome him home. sail iestir-dv to a farmer sowing seeii : " on may sow, but we Ehall reap. 'UV.I. hnrhans vou mav. W:lS the re p!y, "for I am sowing hemp." We understand that a report is being cir culated in different parts of the county that Frank F. Koontz has withdrawn from the. canvass as a candidate for Reirister and IiTiiilfr We are authorized by Mr. Kooniz to sav that he is still in the field, and intends to remain a candidate until election day. It does not appear to be generally un derstood that persons are compelled by law to render assistance to any policeman, constable or other officer of the law when called on. If our citizens would lend little niore efficacious aid to the officers would rid the streets; of many an unpleas ant scene. as soon as the brigade arrived. During the early morning they make the air melo dious, and although they cannot sing like the mockinzbird. or canary, their niusic is none too less sweet. Jenner X Roads, May 13th, 1875. ) Mb. Sctli. : Sir. please allow me, through your paper, to offer an excuse to the people of Somerset county, jut excuse is, tnat i am busy framing a barn which I intend to nave raised oy tne last oi mis momu, and it will be impossible for me to canvass the county. Whatever may be said or done In my behalf will be gratefully re membered. It 1 should be elected to the office of Commissioner, I would promise to make any necesary sacrifice to the in terest of tax payers. Emanuel Cover, Jr. " Mr. McMillen, of West Liberty, Iowa, hasourthank3 tor late numbers ot Iowa naiK-rs. anions them a copy ot the X ichols I imlieator. That paper gives an account of the sale of a herd ol short horn cattle which netted $5D,S15 00, one calf selling for 2,SiK) and a cow for $7,200. Bather a larL'e price to be pavins for a cow. Gents' Dress Siiikts. Measures taken aud shirts made to order in the East. Per lect tit or no sale, price from 2.o0 to $3.23, made in auv stvle desired, open lront, open back, coat titling &c., with or with out cuffs, high or low cut. "t ash ion Bazar. Mas. Jas. B. Tredweli, Xo. 6, Mammoth Block. Mr. Ezra J. LYf.chlev is making quite a Heal locking home out ot his place east of town. A coat of paint, a new fence and a few otlter improvements done the business. John M. Flory, well known in Somer set county, as a successful Photographer, is at Berlin to remain a few weeks. Gal lery in Donner's new building. See sign tiie blue flag. A LAKi.E number of sea pigeons were seen on the daru leIow town during last week. This bird is rarely to le seen m tar in the interior. As its name indicates it is a sea bird. Laroest lotofgeBts' Lows ani ties ever brought to Somerset at . "Fashion Bazar." Mrs. Jas. B. Tredwell, Xo. P Mammoth Block. We understand that Mr. Josiah Zim merman intends engaging extensively in Wn the manufacture ot cigars at this place I he tactorv w ill be m the rspe uuuuing and will be under the charge ot a compe tent workman. It has alwavs been a mar lev to us that while all of our neighboring towns had at least one or two maiiufacto r'.cs ot this kind we have been left with out one for a number ol years. LOST. On the Bediord pike, a small leather book containing fishing tackle. t?mods, llvs, ice.) A literal reward w ill he paid any one wfco will return the same to tli is office. - We understand that Yal. ILay, Esq., intends erecting a dwelling house on his lot on the corner of Main Cross and Union streets durins the coming summer. It is a goovl location. .The Milwaukee txntintl tries to start a frvsli panic by asserting that four or live children at a single birth are becoming so Common that single seated baby carriages are a dru j in the market. This thini is cettinu serious. Among the prizes at a crx-Uiii? match in Boston was a $000 rosewood piano and it will be holies and lots, and thousands upon thousands of dollars, and farms and fast horses next. It is melancholy to observe how every sort ot sport in tins country degenerate into jr:uab!ine though the uaiuhlers were never so thoroughly under a spell belore This is a pretty sentiment, appearing In the general order issued ly . . lyson, Deputy Commander of the Grand Army of the Republic ot this State, relative to decoration cay: "And as we scatter cm nlemsof love "on the graves of those wl.O tougut w ith us, let us not torgct to drop a flower and a tear on tne graves of those brave men who, honest in their be lie t in the truth and justice ol their cause, lought aL'umit us. Mus. Morris, wife of John Morris, uce'd, of Morrwvilh;, Greene county, feil dead last Monday a week w hile in the act of nliing a piece of carpet. She was over seventy years of age. XOTICK.-The books of C. F. Rhoada fc Bra. arc ia my JaanJs for settle ment and eoliortiou. All persons inter ested will please call tit our ami save tur ther tremble. Jas. L. Pit. it. A ns a Led of tlate las beea opened in York couuly, IV, about two miles Iroin the Baughaui Valley Railroad, near the Marylaud 8;atc line. ' The mine is opened w ith about thirty lect face, and one hun dred and fifty feet long. The children of Beaver county are ex pected to thoroughly learn the maxinis that "a nny saved is a ienny earned,"' and that "lime is money," as Benjaiiiinc Franklin has been elected Suierintendent of common schools lor that count v. Coufluence I'owltry Tarda. For sale Fowls and Eggs of Fancy Poul try, bred from imported stock, Buff and Partridge Cochins, Light and Dark Brah mas. Gold and Silver Speckled Ilarn burghs, Poiands, Black Sjanish. Ban tams and Bronze Turkeys. For particu lars aiklrcss W. A. KoONTfc. Confluence, la For. fear some of our littl ones here may not have noticed the lollowing verse we clip it so that they may have an opxr tunity of committing it to memory. The tour lines contain every letter in the al phabet : fives the -railrg oi his meat, He quickly bean the (lieep'f low ery, Kat maa who tastet hi luteal wheat, ShmiU jot to lift bis pnieet bisru. LAST AOTICE The citizens of thih borough arc hereby notiffed to remove all ashes, rubbish and other obstructions trom the streets aud alleys fronting on their premises, during the present week. Ail rubbisU, &c., not rcuored by Monday next will be removed by street commis sioners at expense of proerty holders. By order of Town Council, W. II. Welfley. Slay 12. Burgess, Coo & Beerits are for Potatoes. again in 'he field Highest prices aid f.r Vk1 r truie at Morgan's Fi'E Ashton Salt f r fale at 11 J. Bee. tiley s. fnt ot Etert person that has a souare ground made garden last week. All the girls that had their new spring Lais were at church on Sunday. Tee youns men are organizing court districts and the girls are happy. The brick layers have f.n'.-.hed work, on Messrs. Cook & Beerits new building. Service in the Reformd Church iell Loids Pay in the morning al 10 o'clock. W. F. Altfateik fc Co. have o old rc t hand ; all goods fresh and of U-st quality. Among the improvements we ste a new pavrnient in fmnt ol the rcsiUce of Mr. t-'urtie Grove. The "violin bodice" is ibe latest kick in female fashi.m. Wilhoula l-au il will be incomplete. A word of adik-e to a certain class o! peojde the "town about -tbe letter sice ot pwip is subside." The youngsters are cr.joj ing base laB, croquet, hopootcn and ovher o;it dnr amusements just now. W. F. Altfatber i Co. Lave jart re nived another lot of extra Xo. 1 anl Xo. 2 Mackerel. For sale cheap. WASTED. All the Potatne tl.at are Hit sale. Bring them right along Cook & Beerits. Farmers, bur your Seed tai t E. J. Beeghley s, be hai jast mvived a Urge lot of OtM and Corn. Ox Wednesday night of last week the main building of Tuscarora Academy, lo cated at Acadtmia, Juniaia County, was burned down, involving a loss of $9,000, upon which there was an insurance of aUiut $4,000. This structure was four stories hiih, and built of brick. A por- i lion of it was used by Professor Stone as " Xb. f llERALr. Piea.s Wilhdiaw; my i a family n-sideucr, and that gentleman name from tbe list of candidates for the i suffers a Iss of $1,000, in private prop nomination for Register and Kecorder. I j crty. am thankful to uiv friends lor the encour- agemeut I received, but circumstances w ill From the great area being planted in not permit me to continue the canvass. iiotatoes tlis spring, it appears tliat the : I, QEa Jl. Satluk. I potato bugs have not scared our tanners ii . very badFy. Most of the farmers, bow- I ever, loodiv imagine that the extreme cold if last wiiiter has proved to much for .Lis bucship. tor the past two years, not w ithstauJins the bug or any other b usurer. the potato crop has proveil to lie a profita ble one, potatocsunnging 70 cents a bushel in the home market. Dakiel Werster once said : "Small is the sum that is required to patronize a newspaper, and amply rewarded is its patron, I care not how humble and un pretending the gazette which he takes. It is next to impossible to fill a sheet with printed matter without putting into it something that is worth the subscription price. Every parent whose son is away from home, at school, should supply him with a newspaper. I well remember what a marked difference there was between those of my schoolmates who had, and those who had not, access to newspapers. Other things being equal, the first were decidedly superior to the last in debate, composition and general inteHieence." I a Ywr Life worth 10 lead? Sickness prevails everywhere, and every txxlv complains of some disease during their life. When sick, the object is to get well ; now we say plainly that no person in this world that is suffering w ith Dys pepsia, Liver Complaint aad its effects, such as Indigestion. Costiveness, Sick Headache. Sour Stomach, Heart Burn, Palpitation of the Heart, Depressed SpinLs, Biliousness &c. can take Greek's Ac ccst Flower without getting relict and cure. 11 vou Uouot mis, go to your urug it. G. W. Benlord & Co.. and get asam nle bottle for 10 cents and try it. Regular size 73 cents, two uoses win relieve you. We have been informed that potato hues in lanre numbers have been discov cred upon plowing up the ground for the spring crops. Lpon being eiposeu to tne warmth they have been speedily revived ana nave sliown a lively disposition, oe- ing evidently prepared for another sum mer's campaign. As the buss will no doubt be more numerous than they were last year, it will be necessary lor larmcrs to w age an incessant wanare against luem In many sections last summer sufficient at tention was not paid to the destruction of the bugs. The result was almost a total failure of the potato crop, and a deplora ble increase of the buss. By thorough and pains taking labor they can be exter minated. Gnc ot the most etlective agents in their destruction is Paris green, a fe applications ot which will destroy thou sands o the pests. Mr. Ym. Dobbs of the opposite side of the river from Vanport, has a ben that performed a wonder ia the egg line a few days ago. She laid an egg ol huge pro portions at the time referred to, and broke it while performing the feat. On examin ing it, il was ascertained that it contained two other eggs properly "shelled" within. The inside ono of the lot contained a volk, but the others were imperfect, containing only the w hite ot eggs. A thick laver of this white separated the different slu-lk Beartr Argut. Messrs. Weddell & Holmes, Gexerai. Commission Merchants, Pitts- BCROH, Ta. We take pleasure in directing the atten tion of consignors of Flour. Grain, and Produce of every description, in this sec tion of country, to the Card in another column, ot our rittsourgn tnends .Messrs. Weddell & Holmes, who, as we know, conduct a strict sommission business in all its details issuing a semi-monthly Price Current, keeping ahippers welt advised by maiL as to market fluctuations, and by a close attention to the intcres'ot shippers, making quick sales, and pre ipt returns, together with their large warehouse ami extensive acquaintance, offer unusual facilities in their line of business, and we can guarantee perfect satisfaction to all who may have consignments to make to Pittsburgh, as tie know ihis to be a re sponsible firm. New Advertisement. .- -- j 1- M Mi I i if I ' COMMISSION I S II 'Is i II S w E D 0 E L L ft HOLMES. riTl J o I m ,j ' 11111 '" zi a- y- as Xew Adwtiemenls. AXXOUXCEJIEXTS. Xew Adi'ertiement.i Knn Adi:ertirmmU. On Saturday last a ifr. Logue, of Lon donery township, was brought to this place and lodged in Fort Lashley, on the charge ot forgery. It appears that Bogue ha 1 lorged an order on a store at .Bridge port, for the sum of twenty-five dollars. He obtained goods to the amount of twen- tv-three dollars when the order was dis covered to be bogus. A warrant was is sued for his arrest, and while in charge of the onieer he attempted to make hw es cape, lie was tired upon witu a revolver, the ball striking him on the back passed through his clothing and scratched his hide. This brought Logue to terms and he made an unconditional surrender. And now, unless he procures the necessary bail for Lis appearance at September term he will be obliged to spend the summer with the dinv walls of fort Lashler. Bedford Gazette. As Mr. J. P. Black, who owns a saw mill at Sheffield, Ga., was ten days since sawing a nine loot log into planks, a harsh rasping sound was heard, as though the saw struck some metalic substance. The aaw waa examined to ascertain the cause, when to the astonishment of tbnse present was discovered that there were twenty- x $20 gold pieces imbedded in the wood. There was also a piece of paper found among the coins, upon which was written these worls: "One mile Irora this place you will find something valuable." The astonishment of the parties at this discov- rv was great, and tor a time the business of sawing was discontinued, and the re maining logs were examined to sec it there were any more treasures concealed in thein. Xo explanations as to the money has yet been elicited, and the matter is likely to remain a mystery. . Tee priFoaers in the Orange county, Ind. jail have their own fan ot the world. They nil broke out the other day, just to show that they could but conie promptly back at supjer time. Then they construct ed an claUirate tunnel, attd when com I'ieled Invited the sheriff O ioppuct it. Another immense invoice of ladies spring a ad summer ).kts will be received at "Fashion ' Bazr" to-day. Flowers, riblioiia and silks in great profusion. Xk charge for tritnminc. : Mrs. Jas. B. Tredwell, , Xu. C M-utmoUi -Block. The aeaual convention of the Pennsyl vania turners' &icitioa is now in ses sion at HarrU-burg. Prominent members trom the Eastern and Western Slates are present, and the proceedings are expected to be ot highly jniere::j ani ia;jruot character -' ; i . . Klnoey Copper Ushlnlas Red. Thi celebrated pure Clipper Rod will le erected this season by the undersigned. All work put up in the best manner and sr.usiaction guaranteed. end in your orwr. Ruoads Brow. Somerset, Pa. P. S. Also Ornaments for Buildings, Fine Gold Plated Darts, Weather Vanes, and Balls. " "Mav lCtlj, lRTa.1 ' The General Svnod of the Evangelical I Lutheran Church of the United Slates, Bewaee of jatent rigVt swindlers. Ifj will meet in aauual session at Baltimore, any ot these nuixitces call on vou and ask commencing on the 20tu inst. It is the you to sign your name to a paper, clinch-1 intention to try and bring about a onion ing w hat may appear to be a good lrgain j betw een the four branches ot the church on your side, ret toured il w iil turn out 1 the High, Low, German and Southern, to ie a pro:uiry rune which you will J This Synod will be one of. Uie iaut in have to pay at an early day. j portant tliat has ever been held by the j Lutltrran denomination in this eountry. Is Mifflin countr last week wM b ra a i aDd tb; proceed.ags are looked forward to child having no nose, simply two open- j rCitI interest. ins for nostrils; no eyes, though fully de-! " 1 veioped eyt liJs which can be opened- One I The celebration of the one hundredth ol Lis feel hits six toes; the other has five ! anniversary ot the passage of Uie resolu- natural tvs; and upon its side another irtons of lauepemlence by the people ot On Saturday last, about noon, the cry of re was sounded in tne eastern part oi town. It was soon ascertained that tne stable ot Jacob Semler, on East Pitt street was on fire. A crowd gathered At the scene of conflagration, but too late to do any good. The tire had gained such head way that it was impossible to enter the sta ble and take thcreliom two horses that per iled in the names. One ot the animals was quite a valuable one and highly priz ed by its owner. The origin ot the fire is pretty well settled. Mr. Semler had been in the stable a short time before the tire feeding his animals. He was smoking at the time, and there is no doubt that he dropped some fire from his pipe, which ignited the hay and straw, and in a very short time set everything ablaze in the stable The sufferings of the poor ani mals must have been intense. They were literally roasted alive. Bedford (JazetU. Work for Pooe Boys. To Farmers, Mechanics, and Employeis in the country : At this season, country employers find much use for the labor ot small boys. Many such lads between the ages of 14 and 18 come now, friendless and homeless, to our Boys'. Ixxlging-House and to this office. They are boys who have had lit tle training and of rough habits, but they will be ot use on the larmor in the shop. To employ them would be a charity to the lads and an advantage to me employers. All employers of labor desiring to aid this benevolent work wm please write to 31r. C. O'Connor, Supt. of the Xewsboys" Lodging-Housc, 15 Xew Chambers St., Xew York, stating the particulars in re gard to the boys whom they would era ploy, their address, with the name of the town and county, and the best means of reaching the place; also, what portion ot the railroad fares they are willing to pay. C. L. Brace, Secretary Children's Aid Society, 19 E. 4th St., Xew York. s ! t iJ:! -'I HOLMES IT CDDI lL A Onentl Commission Merchants, Warehouse, No. 547 Liberty Street, PITTS BU HQ II, PA CvrrepotMlenee Solicited. Jam 3 M. Jacobs. ."Ur.a. .VI. A. Abrahm. NannuUDCCfc!tis will be Inserted nn!e i.ai.l f'ir In atlvam. We will ebaraa eire Dollar. i. inwrtinit all flnn-uaeememn except li Iheorfli-eii f! loir Homo Director and AtMitur. fur whieb Three Dollar will -e i-lianrel. Ticae-n one d-J. Iir per thousand. V wi lie paM I. r l-efure taken lrni the efli.v. J PKOTHi '(rARY. 1 iiiSKi-i l for the Brni-n-os fuiprt alven mo m ! a ("rtner n-eastm. 1 uicnin a.k tlie Dxminaiioa lor PruOiiinotnry at the next primary elei-tien. HE.VKV r. St, HELL. FRANCIS J. KiKlSF.R. cf SV.nieraet b-,roas(h. a canl!late f..r I'rotbouotarv, uiiect t the de cif loa ol the KcpaMima vrtors at the enuin prt uiary eleutioa. KEGISXEU AND KECOKDEK. k are authoriwd to announce FKAXK F. KIX).N rZ. of Somerset townjlilp. as a eamli.lata at the e-imlnsr Kpul.nn primary clecti'ia KegiJter and KeeorUer. Ws are autliorlicJ toanix.unee A. F. DICKEY of Somerset Tp . as a r-inili lie lor Kiri.(er mi Kewr.ler, sal.jcct U. the of the Uepublwao VulL-rs at their coming pr.inary eleeibm. W'r are authorized to s:alc that T. S. EISHrn of Hrottienvailev townslilo. will be tnn.tLki -c I fcir KcaUter an l Hccunier al the next Kepublican WEareanthnrtied tontaie that WILLIAM B. FKEASE-of Somerset biTuncb. will be a cn.li date lor Kei;if r ao-l Kecortcr at tbe Dcxt Kepnb- iitaa priumrv election. Wi are amhoriied to ttate that WILLIAM II. WELFLEY, ot Somerset U.r., will be a ramli- ilate lor Kiiterau'l Kecunlerat tlieoext Kepub lican primary election. carpets, onrcorrrrs, &c. t'r !co J 'ill .c :r m Kn-juNh an I Atn rican ?l3aaia-4rrrf . that to ut.l !a the mark-t. ' ' Henry M'Callum 77 FI1TJI AVENUE AliOVK WOOD ST.. PITTSBURGH PA. The Moxet Okdee Ststej. It is not generally known that the domestic Money Order branch of the Post Office Depart ment has heretofore been conducted a.1 a loss of a hundred thousand dollars a vear. and that a new law increasing the rates was passed by Congress at its last session to go into effect on the 1st ot July. FjII seven eights of the money orders issued are for sums under ten dollars, wnichat present costs only five cents, while it costs the Government seven cents and a fraction to issue an order. L nder the new law the rates will be ten cents for any sum up to fifteen dollars ; over fifteen dollars and not exceeding thirty dollars, fifteen cents: over thirty dollars and not exceeding forty dollars, twenty cents : over forty dollars and not exceeding fifty dollars, twenty-five cents. This increase of rates, it is estima ted, will increase the revenue in the same ratio as it has heretofore decreased, without inflicting hardship on those using this branch of the service. Arrangements are also nearly completed for the establish ment of a money order system between the United States and Canada, the neces sary inspections having been made by the postal authorities. The movement will supply a want which has been long ielt in both countries. NATIONAL HOTEL, rcopaiETOita Mrs. M. A. ABRAIIMS e SOX. 3fa. 137 IM Water Street. NearConnellsvIHc Depot, Pittsburg, Pa. Tbl well-known hotel has bean entirely rmw tu ih re-uueu, aun navir.K iieen it-aaed lor a term of years, the Proprietors will spare no pains to make it worthy of public support, anil (oliclt the patronage of all who desire arst-class accom modations. The bar Is supplied wiib tbe best as sortment of Wines and Liuora. HOARDING- Meali 34 cents: iter Uav 41 SO per week, ti 00 to 7 Iw. May lit. JOTICK. Aa.lrow Everllne hereby gives notice that he has made appii'mtion to the hecre:ary of Internal AUairs, of Pennsylvania for a warrant lor Ilfteen acres of unimproved land in Southampton Town ship, Somerset Coanty, Penn'a. adjoining lands of Aa-Jrew Everllne on the wost it.v..m nn the north, Bedford County line on the east, Jacob 1 IU VU IUD 0JUIU. jS1 JOTICE. A treasonable reward will be given tor the satisfactory solution of a question which has bothered ut for years. Every one gifted with the faculty of observation must nave noticed in his daily walks. squads of three, lour or a half dozen indi vidualsday after day the same laces and forms loitering in front of stores, hotels. or on the corner ot the most traveled streets, apparently engaged in noother bu tineas than that ot common gatherers and disseminators of town gossip and scandal; or as watchers and commentors on persons especially females who pass by. Xow, as we cannot suppose this to be a business that ravs, the question we want solved is. "How do these idlers manage to support themselves in the style they put on?" It is a secret worth knowing. We know many hard working people who would be glad to take a respite from toil occasional ly, it they knew how to earn their bread w ithout labor. whiclt verv much, resembles a thumb. Valltaal Hotel, Plllabatrc b. This wcli-know n hotel Las been thor- j ortghiy renovated and re-fitted, and is cen ! trolly lot-atcd. The proprietors will spire j no pains to make it worthy ot public sup ipon It is under the manage meet of Mr. ; Jacobs, a gentleman who w ill attend well j to the wiuiis of their palrou?. Hannastown, Westmoreland County, Pa.. at Greensburg, on Saturday last, was a grand success. Among the distinguished ' guests present were Governor llartranft ; and Hon. Simon Cameron. An immense ' crowd ot people were in attendance. Ten j military companies appeared in the proccs ! sion- Philadelphia w as represented by a ! large delegation including a comber of members of the city councils. 'Cwt,..m wanted to call at William!. notice that a number ot our citizens HcrHev s new ; .,:. i have commenced to clean the streets in J.n.F.m.CtT Purveyor. Stiat endid line of dry" j J1 J LhT.. w maiie to oixVr. Tlii. t;.'.i . liii tront ot lle establishment ot Heffier A r n of a House, tymicrsct. Pa. To Farm Ens. Por.'t office dav. Saturdav. Office in the Court r luouir iw . -t rr-f . iim ... ... , . w : Scwicr Machlce to w,v. ,. " : SiI for some time waa removed on lb-lav lmnr;n I dh. oils aid nttatLn-.. ... i.'. c day. Xothinz tells more in favor in voor Potatoes till the bosioni lalisout of! ic MchimrS. " . ' , town wiii strangers ttian its cleanliness, the' market. Cooe & Beekit . . !and,asol late year i; haa becotne quite ... . . I r,,u .!i ,--.(... i an object with ua to attract atranffers dnr- W . F. Alteathzk Co. are mririnc j J, L'7 w?ae lb ; lnS ,Le mmar vrould be well new tnpplir. a,n.;t d,l y. All : fn-h eBnf l? " 10 tb ! to all ta our power to make tie town and ot ben quality. WA ,nd exsmint frt!V ?; iIi.f r ewn ut Utnctlve u Iheia. iirw-w - ' .toes tbe wheat rnm rromi !,- E i... "' . The Supreme Cotirt of the United Caswdates win fnd it toih,;,,-.. ".rt.- to ranvasa in a suit ot Xorcwn a home-1 Hi,. it. r.ri ft-e ,i t fxa'ca lis jut rendered decision of ape made Summer Cas-imer,. N.merl WuLbti of oefar i s of e! ' intcr and IrUnce to all holder, in't much for iboUiy. j la.ge nua.Ui ot Qiherar.iJts of diet. ! ot lite insurance policies, and all who v .... ! I may hcreauer apply for acch policies. It sua re.. a'.I--. tM.aTi,.. x rae 1 oteetuwaite Lav- : U to tbe rftett that notnubiul answers to are boiit aad the tmoke drivci off the .,, ,. , , " ' . rrsKiivea to try bis kttuccs in a new - the queMiont which form the tsasisot tbe a.u uwmhw tjr. anu i uruai. mJM l'laoe an.t n..n - i-!liro4 irrren. detank .' iv.lin tl.,1n. iKr 1. ;mm..t rank las letn an rial to the risk assumed bv the comnanv. rml H rt&e fur ISunui rnr!r ikA indminAi.l ril.l 11. i j ih. '-Wild Uaira." PoIvdus ia Kr or Ni T her J m . . i t,. .r- , PM v.w '.: : enWrged Tonfcil. Ac., performed, fcpec -l U-st w L-he coupled with an earnen tic- j baa been brought before the court ot last fcacJw rittevi Anificial trc iascrted. s:refor h icrnr aaccei go with him. report in this cocntry. --:, uiu.v. sun oiare and among ps Catarrh, wpecialiH-a. lperati.n for Cata- on Wedr.efdav bwi tact. "Crossed Eye," "Weeping Eve." I euapknee of tic He Strike. From down the Yough comes the unpleasant news that the miners and coke drawers are out on a strike, tor an advanee of ten per cent on a hundred bushels for mining, which if it isacceeded to will make the raise one cent per bushel for mining. Parties of miners have been marching over the country lor the past week trying to get the entire body of coal miners and coke drawers in the country tojoinintbe strike, and have succeeded at ail but two or three mines. Xo posi tive line of action in regard to tbe matter baa been taken yet by the operators, though it ia rumored that they will pay the advance sooner than let their coke ovens stand idle at the present time, aa ths demand tor coke is constantly increas ing, while the men announce themselves as able and willing to lay idle until such time as the owners shall acceed to their demands, though it is confidently expect ed by them that they will do so during tbe coming week. Co&trilU Maniitr. Mast of our readers have no doubt been tmptod to inquire, what sort of an infect is the bufTalo gnat t The telegraph brings us accounts of cattle and hone destroyed in great numbers by them, in Tennessee. An exchange thus describes them : "The buffalo gnat, which is causing so much destruction among the cattle in the south-west, is a small insect, not more than half the eixe of horse fly, which, suddenly appears in the air by millions and settles upoa all four footed animals within reach. A horse or a cow will be literally covered with them at night; in tbe Doming the animal will be found dead and swelled to aa enormous size. Tbe bite is very poisonous, and the wound quickly Cestera. Cattle owners find that the most effective way of protecting their animals ia to cover tbem with a coating of diluted tar. bat if that cannot be done tires ia eca. Among the wild animals, especial ly the deer, on the Arkansas aide of the river, the ravages of tbe gnat are every w here apparent W rthout any protection, the deer fall victims in large a am ben to this poisonoas insect, which, however, Iocs not touch maa." Board ok Pabdons. Rcles. Under Article IV, section 9, of the Xew Consti tution, the power of the Governor to grant enmmutations of sentences and pardons can only be exercised "upon recommenda tion in writing by tbe Lieutenant Gover nor, Secretary ol the Commonwealth, At torney General and Secretary of Internal Affairs, or any three of them, after full hearing, upon due public notice in open session. At a meeting of tbe above named offi cials held on the 4th day of May, 1875, the following rules were adopted to regu late all applications for pardons : trtt. i he first Tuesday ot each month is appointed as the day whereon the Board aWll cooraul a WU - laU kynvtaa- In open session to all applications for pardon. beeond. 1 be lioaru must be furnished w ith proof that notice ot application for pardon has been -mbiisbed once a week for two consecutive weeks, in a newspa per printed ia the county or city in which conviction was had, said proof to be made by the affidavit of the publisher of tbe newspaper that the publication Lad been made as required by this rule. JMrd. Xotice ot the application must have been given to the judge who tried the cause and to the district attorney, or attorney who prosecuted, and proof of said notice be furnished. Fourth. Every application for pardon must be accompanied with the following papers, written in a clear and distinct hand. 1. A certified copy ot the whole re cord, including docket entries, minutes ot tbe court, copy of indictment, pleai and all other papers on file relating to the case. 2. A brief statement of the reasons upon which the application is based, set ting forth all the facts, will be required in every application ; the notes of evidence taken on the trial ; letters from responsi ble persons in the community where the crime was committed. Fifth. Xo application will be consider ed if presented to any individual member of the beard. Sixth. All applications and correspon dence must be addressed to or tiled with the Kecorder of the Board at Ilarrisburg. so that the same may be prepared for pre sentation to the Board at its next session ; and no application will be heard or con sidered unless tbe same and papers upon which based, have been filed at least ten days before said session, aud in no instance will this rule be relaxed. Seventh. Xo application that has once been rejected will again be placed upon the record or beard by the Board without the consent ot the Board first obtained there for, and when submitted the second time, additional reason, petitions and proof of notices to judge, district attorney, and the public must be furnished-anew. Eijhth. Xo party will be permitted to occupy more than fifteen minutes in the oral discussion of any application uclcs by the special request of the Board. Jobls Latta, Lieutenant Governor. 3L S. Qcat. Secretary of the Commonwealth. Sax cxe Dimmick, Attorney General. William M Caxdless, Secretary of Internal Affairs. A. Wilso Xoreis. Recorder. PlTTSECUCH A C0XXBLLSVIt.I.a R. K. Co. ) Pittsbargh, May 10, 1875. The Stockholders of the Pittsburgh & Counells Tilte Kiii rjaa Co., are hereby notiiied that a gen eral miv. Ins of said Stockholders called by tbe Directors ol said company iu the city of 1'itin burgb at t o'clock r. . on Wednesday tbe ih day of May, 1ST to consider the question of the purchs.se by the Ballimore fc Ohio Kailroad Co., of all the interest in. or claims azainst tbe Pitts burgh A. Connellsville Kailroad Co., or t he prop erty ef tbe said company owned or hell by the nwi miu iu cuuocu oi Baltimore anu u con sider also the agreement and mort;rafre required to be executed by the Baltimore a Ohio Railroad Co., to tbe Mayor and city council of Ualtiiaore, by the ordinance of the Mayor and city council o Baltimore autaoriitnic ihu sale aforesaid. By order of tbe Directors. J. E. WASHINGTON'. Secretary. II AIL KOAI NOTICE. Waereas. the Saliibnrv A Baltimore Railroad. with all the franchise, rttrhts, powers, immuni ties and privilege of the corporation was on the 4th day of May. A. V. I;i, sold to the undersign ed. Tioticets hereby tfven that the underfilled will attend at bis oltice In the borough of Somer set, on Monday, the list day or May. 1575. at two e'elock p. m. lor the purpose of ontanlzln a new corporation, of electing a President and a Board of Directors, to adopt a coirorate name ami com mon seal, and to determine the amount of the cap ital sioi-K oi sia corporation, at-cordinsr to the actof Assembly, approved tbe 8;h day of April, isoi. anu us supplement. mayW A. H. COFFKOTH. HARRIED. LEPLET BITTXER. In Wellers- burg. Pa., May the 13ih, by Rev. B. Kneirper. ilr. Antrusus Leplev of Somer st Co.. Pa., to Miss Elmyra Bittoer ot Alleghany Co., Md. COLBORX ENABLE. On the 4th insL, by L. F. Bittle, Lewis C. Collorn. Esq., to Mies Mary E. Enable, both of Somerset, Pa. Xew Advertisements. TrOLUXTA UY ASSIGNMENT. Daniel J. B.-rkev k. f'omnmv, of Paint tows ship. .Somerset count. Pa., havtnz matte an as. slgnment to me of all their estate lor the benefit ol their creditors I henhy (five notice to all persons interested, whether as creditor or debtors, to meet me ri my residence, in siiane townsntp, ra Saturday, the 2oth day of June. 1S75, wUS their cuum properly prove-i lor son lenient. JESSE SLICK, mayio Assignee. AS3 IGNEE'S NOTICE. Samuel Zimmerman having made a voluntary assignment to me for tbe benehl of bis creditor", all debtois and creditors of sni astftirnor will call oo me and make settUmcnt. Jksser X Kr. WM. ZlMSIFBMAlf, .r.a. r. As.-dmiee. aprn. JkTOTICE. Joseph L. Emerkk hereby gives notice that he ha made application to tbe Surveyor (ieaeral of Pennsy Its ma for a warrant for seven acres el Im proved UuU in Southampton Twp.. Somerset Coanty, Pa., adjoining lands of Thomas Bowers' heir an the north-west and north-east, John Heneelon tbe south-east anl Adam Shlrcron the toatb-west. mal'J'tt. $.: i ?0n P" day. Agents wanted. All J IU p-fcV classes of working people of both exes, young aad old, make more money at work for us, in their own localities, during their smre moments, or all the time, than anything else. We oiler employment that will pay hannsumely for very boar's work. Full particulars, terms. Ju.. sent free. Send us your address at once. Don't delay. Jfow la tbe time. Don't look tor work or basiness elsewhere until you have learned what we otfer. O. StisSijS k Co., Portland, Me. tanU JkTOTICE. At a Court of Common Pleas hld a! Somerset a the loth day of April. liTi, Catharine Dwire. Mary Schrack. Elisabeth Boucher, A. Boucher. Aaron Schrack awl David Younkin petitioned said tourt for an order to sell tbe Disciple's Meet ing House and lot of ground situate in t'pper Tur keyloot township, being tbe same lot of ground parebaaed from Henry Boucher -jr. h May, A. D. is a. whereupon the Court ordered notice to be given in both tbe newspaper of Somerset to ail tallies interested to appear in Court onthesih Monday of Aagnst, l7i, to snow cause why said order of sale should not be granted as prayed lor. By the Court. E. M. SCHROCK. maji Protbonotary. Thaskftl for past favors. I oflirr myself as a candidate at the coming Republican primary elec tion for tbe oilii-e of Register and Recorder. 1). J. HOR.NEB. W are authorliad to announce OEOROE M. SAVLOR. ol Somerset borough, as a candidate for Register and Recorder at the next Republican primary election. SHERIFF. Plzasz annonneo JOHX A. WALTER a a candidate for fherirf, subject to the decision ol the uepubiicnn voters at their ensuing primary elec tion. We are authorized to announce that S. P. OEI- OER. of Larimer township, will be a candidate lorhberill, at the next Uepuoncan primary election. W are authorized to announce JOHX R. WEIMER, of Cawlinan, Upper Turkeyfoot townnhip. as a candidate lor Sheml. subject to the doclsion of the Republican voters at their coining primary election. For Sufcmrr, Fkeukrick Nacolk, Of Meyersdale Borough. We arc authorized to announce ETKK4R KYLE. of tjuemahoning township, as a candidate for the nomination tor ilio olhce of Sberill at the ensuing itcpuoiicnn primary election. Fou Shecist, OEOROE W. PILE, Of Somerset bor. We are authorized to announce JOSIAH SH.V FEK as a candidate for Sheritf. suhect to the do.-l.-i.in of the voters at the coming Republican primary election. roo BiiEairF, MART1X L. STATLER, Of ShaJe Township. Ehitor HzitALR : Please annoonc the name of WILLIAM HAXXA. of Addison, as a candi date for SlM-i'ltf, subject to tbe decision of the comlug primary election. TEEASCKER. . Foft Corxrv TaEsi-REE, II. F. KXEPPEK, Subject to the decision of the Republican voters at their coining primary election. We are authorised to announce FRED. A. SMITH, of Somerset bopmah, as a candidate lor County Treasurer. Mr. Emton: Ton will confer a favor on many citizens or voters ot Somerset County by annouue- mgthe name ot our tnend IMAM ELM. MOW M AX, of Somerset tp.. as a candidate lor County Treasurer, subject to the deciicn of the Republi can party at their next primary election. Mr. B. leeis very tnanKiui lor past lavor wnna Deing a candidate, an-i will be under many obligations for a hearty sii.fort airuin. if nominated anil elect ed. hewii! Dillheollice totbebesto! bis know ledge and at llity. 1 .11 COCSTV 1 REASCER, S. S. FORNEY, of Brotbcrsvalley Tp. Wb are desired to state that JOSIAH KEL LER, of Somerset borouirh, will be a candidate for County Treajnrcr at tue next Republican pri mary eiclion. COMMISSIONER. We are nuthorizH tnannonnce JACOB WEIM ER E. , ol I pper Turkey wt twp .asa candidate fT County Commissioner, sudject to the decision or the Republican voters at their coming primary election. Ml EntTOR- PIasc' announce the name of JACOB p. LH'HTY. of Somerset township. s a candidate for Countv Commii"ner. sutoect to tbe decision of the Republican voters at their coming primary election. Wb are authorized to state that T. F. GARD NER, ol Jenner township, will be a candidate l Commissioner at the next Republican primary elucUuo. J 31 lvnh, ir. C Aai . -T Heckendobn'S IMPR07 Z il o m A w 'I J I U EH) Economical Plow. KIGIIT AND LEFT. It is neat, strong, compact and simple in its constriction ; there bein" in all but four pieces of Castings, viz : 3Ioldboard, Imdside. I'.out and Share. " I will guarantee it to run from 10 to i) per cent, lighter than any other Plow now in use the heavier the lan 1 the greater the perctnta -e and its nuality of work to be without an equal. Will plow the heaviest limestone sod, seven inches deep and 12 inches wide, with two horses and perfect ease to the team. tj?"On receipt of Sixti in dollars. I will shin one of these Plow to snv aihlrp and it not as represented the Plow returned and money refunded. AUDKKSS, M.O. SPALDIX;, 118 Liberty Street, Opposite Hare's Hotel. aprU M. Mi CULLOl Clil. Ju. PITTSBL'KGII, PA, C. C. AKEXSDEKti New Firm. SHOE STORE, SNYDER & UHL Ilailns pnrcbasetl (lie Shot Store lately owned by II. C. BccrttM. We take pleasure In catting the aiten'icj ef pubUc te tlie Uct that we have now and expee keep constantly on hand as complete an af meat of Boots, Shoes and Gaiters IJ0TII OF Eastern and Hame Manufacture as can be found anywhere. We also will have nt hand constantly a full supply of SOLE LEATHER, MOROCCO, CALF SKINS, SOXEKSET X1IHET Corrected by W . F. Axtvathx A Co., ttiust ia CHOICE GROCERIES, FLOUR k FEED,'. KIPS, Apple, dried, fi Applabwtter, V gat.... Bauer, ft ft Buckwheat, m bmaW. Beeswax, fl i Baeoa, ahMBldera, f - ski. Csrw. S bitlel Dura sacal ft Calf tklaa. l ft Clever Seedsmall Clover Seed large - r-wge, wi Eer. t btl Flaxseed ft ( ft) Lrvt. V ft Leather, real aoie, W ft atwer .......... kajs e I Oata. W be 7 j Puwt, ? be taei Peeenea. lined. V ft 1 Vtc : fcag. 9 ft ' tyaiL No. I, W bbl ..? t , J60c JUT , 1 no e we I(l4e 6e ".""loe 4 6 90 lie ..; ot w al le k33 ..........c AND LINING SKINS Of sU kinds, with a fall line of Shoe Findings. The HOME MAXUFACTVRE MEJVT will be In charge of DEPART- W e are renuesteil to state that P ANI EL PHIL- L1PPI. ot Somerset township, will be a candl '.ate for tjunty Commissioner at the next Republican primary election. W are authorized to announce the name or EMANUEL COVER. Ja., of Jenner Township, as a candidate for Chanty Commissioner. sattect ui the decision of the Republican voter at their coming primary eiectioo. We are uthori!e1 to announce that EENJA- MIN KLINE, of Jenner township, will be a can .11. late lor Coinm issiocer at tne text It. tiuoiican primary election. VALENTINE J. MILLER resnectfully solicits the support of tne Kepultltcan voters at toe next primary election for the otfiee of County Commis sioner, and gratefully acknowledges their kTtner kindness. THASxrri Ibr past ftvor I offer myself again as a candidate for County Commissioner al tbe coming Repnblican primary election. Wb are requested to announce that HENRT KRIXJER. of S-merset bor., will be a candidate for Coanty Ommissi.-neT al tbe next Republican primary election. W are requested to announce JOHN FAID- LEY. of Low-r Turkevf.ot township, aa a candi date for ttonnty Commissioner, snbtect to the de cision ol the Rcpablkan voter at the coming pri mary election. Wg are aathortied to announce SOLOMON J. B.ER.of Brothersvalley Uiwnshlp, as a candi date lor Countv Commissioner, surjeet to me oe- eiion oi tbe Reputdicaa primary election. Mr. Baer has alwavs been a good, huoest. hard-work ing, stanncn Kepuoucan. tmi wooli oe very thankful for a heart v nina.it. and II nominated and eiecLed he will fill the othce to the best of his knowledge and ability. Wear au'horited to announce that WILLIAM REEL, of Shade township, will be aeamlidate for Commissioner, at the next Republican prima- ty election. C0TX19103EK. OLIVER W.BOTEB, Ol Salisbury fcor. POORIIOVSE DIRECTOR. Waateautheriiedtoannoonee IS AACTODER of Conemaugh twp., as a candidate for Poor lioese Director. W are antlKiHi"! bi announce tbe name of JACOB M. WALTER of K.mcr t twp., as a cawlldate fur Poor House Director at the coming Rrpublicau primary elcctkn. Wtare acthortted to announce that JOSEPH n. COLE-MAN. of Brorhertvallry township, will be a camri-iate for Poor Hoiw Director at the next Republican primary election. Wgare antborfxed to state that OLIVER P SHAVER, of Uoemabomog township, will be a candidate for P.r Houe Director a', the n?xt Re publican prims ry eleclk'tk ArDITOE. "We ar aathorized to announce tht SAMI'FL S. SMITH, of Sotrrrset township, will he a candi date for Auditor at the next Republican primary election. SAW EL IOWRT, of Allegheny township, will be a candidate at tbe next Republican pri mary election for County Auditor. Ti are authorized to annoneee JOSEPH W. BEAM, of Jenner Tp.. a a candidate or Oanty Aa titor. b) to tbe decision of the voter at the coming Republican primary election. We are authorised to announce that S. S. MIL LER, of S.neret townhlp. will be aeaadiuatt for Auditor al the next Republican primary elec tion. Ce autboriiel to announce that SIMON W. FRITZ, of Brotbenraliey township. wiU be a candidate for Aauitor al the next Republic pri mary election. Jure. J. B-tLnvrr will be a candidate for tmie wit h every wool gn-wer in fnerset Cinty. He Is selling and trailing Morgan' Woolen g'ods. and wants to l uy or trade Iwr ail lhewolheaa ge- Established 1848. IY1. IVlcCULLOUGH, Jr. & CO., Inqtr(ci H iiihI WinJet 'Ir LIQUOR DEALERS, No. 355 Liberty Street, iXEAKUXlOX DErOT.) PITTSBURGH, PA. Buyers will find It to their iuterest to call or write !ef..re purih.uing elsewhere. Gins, Wiues, Whiskeys, ur., at prR-es to suit the times. We sell ErandirS aprM BOOTS JL & SHOES! -r- "i ia rices licauccu : WHOLESALE HOUSE, GILL & BROTHER, J2."5i5 Jibrrtj- Street, PITTSBURG II, PA. Complete assortment of all kind of Boon and Shoes, also a large stock of Cl'y made Goods. ai.rooco, and Las: ing. N. 11 Bottom Price. Orders promptly attended to. AprllT C. ARBXTHNOT. W. T. SHANNON J. O. STEPHENSON. ARBUTIINOT, SHANNON & CO., JiUl Iiibcrfy Street, PITTSBURG II, OFFER TUE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF Dry Goods and Notions, COMPLETE IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENTS. EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE. ft.At Battens Esustera Prleea'ia New Goods opened every day. Orders Promptly Filled. Buyers will fln.l to call. to their advantaga ISarit ATotice. TTZITTIZTH A2T17T7AL . 13. Snvcler, Esq. Whose rrpatatloB for axaklsg Good Work and Good Fits i Notice to Farmers. Tta Pertten Stala, STTLTA.JST, Is a dark dapple grey, coming ( year oU. H1 band blzh. wiil weigh when in eMxiiUua l.J pounds. Hcl sbort. with great width betweea the err", which are large and expreswve; pewer lul necA. chest wi.Je and eapc:a. (Quarters very broad and the body well ribbed ap. Legs eroad aad nosrular and Dotlrably sbort froai knee t letiock. Mace aad tail lucg and heavy, aairef line textare. snowing that he u a descendant of the Arabian bki. Stuck Ben weed only see film te he ennvlnced that be is josi w liat ibey seed to breed trora. will fand during the season eoeameaemg April taf-: first week at tte stable ef Susatl ferrei. ia 1 Berlin; the next wea al nsy (arm, near Soejereet, jandaooaUil the U ef Jay. Inswraaee I partie losing their eolta can breed baex next sea ls eenad to none in the Stale. Tbe poblie ts re. k t half rates; or abowid party lose both nun speetfaliy invited to call and examine owr (toHc. j SB-1 foal the ae chance will be saadc as w are determined to keep prooos x good a Ue . Tfcia horse has been pnrehaesU at a high ft rare. best and fell at J rices a tow a the hiwert. SNYDER & UHL " Ash toe. ' Sugar, yellow ft . SEND lie. to i. P. ROWEL. COH New York lor boos (y7ih edition) ennuming lt ef Z.OU ....At as oo lattiSU i aewspepers. and eeuasates showing cost ef advtr- lile usic. - janU j Having taken great interest In the Improvement ! of the stock of lbi eoon'.y, which is so far behind t ear neieabonn eoantiea. have fur this reaeua- ested tv allow mm la be snoved lo bertla in oeler to give psOe lb adrantaar ef hi wiiM going te the troo'.ie vf traveliing r- f t??? can ae aos ef hi out en UM laxa Meyer and J. laaaer. near Bert a. I have now smbl- etxeee Berkshrre pigs e tr.m stoc !tc pored direct fmnn Eaa-ieea; wi.1 aiso sell a BBBtber of aw Coiwc- Use ? J uUl. p. HEfFLEY. pnt t'otiee h) nerebv riven that the undersiime.! wltt ell at private salo the followiog tracts of land n. belonging to Samuel Zimmerman, assigned to iX wat. iaiateraian, lor the benent of his creditors. to wit: No. I. A tract of land situate in QuemahocInT township, containing t acres, wra rl buiid-uigs. o. X, A tract adtotains: alve tract so. I Jienh Zimmerman, cuciLauiing a acres, with housu and shp thereon. 7. a tract 'unite in snade townsbtp, ail- .ining Anthony Weehteoheiser and others, coo- lalolog 190 acres, ayire or less, all good timber ianl, with a house and stable thereon. Also, a. No. 1 sawmill with circle saws and en gine in g.jod condition, and a Urge bit of various Kinds ol lumber, namely, pine, spmee, ah, oaK, linn, poplar, chestnut, sugjr. maple, cherry, Ac. Persons wishing to buy will do well to address or call oo tbe undersigned at JeDner X Roa. WM. ZIMMERMAN, mayi Assignee. OF THE nit tetj Metal Fin Lxn: Co., Fer the Tear Ending Anrll , 173. Ky balance In treamry a per last annual report. May th, lsT. 22) II By cash roreired un new policies Isned this year sa tl Ey cash receive.! on renewals this year 3m3 i'i liy cash receiveloa assessments No. 2 and 3 ihu year ICS 3 liISBCRSEJI ENTS. IDGE SALES. The Commissioners" of S.ier-t fTounty will oOer to let at pat. Ik sale, to the lowest bidder, on Wednesday, tbe lit day of June next, at lOo'rfork, on the premises, the building of a bridge over tbe Caaselman river, near the village ef' Hro:s ville, waere the old bridge waa located, on the nui leading from Somerset to Petersburg, in Lower Tureyf.rt township, Somerset .o Pa. Plan and specibcations wnl be exhibited on the day of sale. V AL. J MfLLER. F. J. t ill NTkYMAN, OLIVEIi W. I)TEH. mijS CV ci:srioorrs. AJ0TICE. -ft otiee is hereby given that the ua.b-r.ierned will sell at private sale the farm of John W inters, it- nate in Somerset tuwnshtp, abont four mlle north of Somerset, edieinuig land ef Oeorge Lichty, Henry Watson and others. Containing ICO Acres, more or less. In good condition, with suitable Uiil.linit . per ns wishing to buy will addr? or call on the mseriher at Jenner X K'.ls. WM. Zl.MMEkMAN. msti Assignee. DMIXISTKATOR'S NOTICE. Eui ol Henry Olodfelty, late of Lower Turkey foot Twp.. deceased. Letter ef administration the above estate having been granted to tbe undersigned, notice is hereby given to those indented to it to maae imme diate payment, nod I hoe havlog elaiTES against it, to present tbem duly authenticated for settlement, at the late residence of deceased on Saturday, the JMBday of May, iSTx SAMUEL M IN DEB. maris Administrmu. Valuable Real Estate IN FATETTE AND SOM ERSET COfNTIES FOR S.I.E. hr virtue of aa aliet ord-r of tale, issned cut ef lie Orphan IJoert of Fayette eoooly, aicr proceed lags in Partition, ef tbe estate of Inri Wiiliaaaa. let ef Stewart towns nip, Fsyette eownty. I wiil eipijee to Bale at pebtic on: cry, on tne prtauacs, en FRIDAY, MAT 2;ib, 1375. at lOe'eloek a. a. of axil day, th Wiowlag real estate: Purpart No. L Being a tract of land In Slew art wwnahin, Fye equity. Pa., eontaiaing tnree tenured sort (LXtern acres and ooe kenund aad alxteea tefrne. 0oming land of Henry Liadersaan, J as Nieaiow aod Caarle Min or. Lad well imprwed and nn-lcr noud cnltiva- No. 1 To cash paH E. P. King, hal lo tail lor foes oy fire tUe Zt No. z. T casn paid George Win, In lull for lota oy fire. 300 C4 No. i To cash paid Wm. Turner, us lull for foes oy fire 5SQ 3 No. . T cash paid Jacob JJroocher, in lull for bes by Ore ISO 04 No. i. Toeash pavt Wa. K. Keller nv.n. in tuU for f .M by fir 933 &0 No. . To cati pafl John McFerrin, ia I exit for h ss by fire 44 OU No. J. I o casb paid L liaa. i. Cleav er, un account for kss by Are 2H ?j No. a. Toeasn paid .Michael Kedin ger, in (nil for damage by fire I't Qfl No. 9. To cash pel. I Joob bliper, in full for damage by nr U 00 No. 1 . To canh pa 1.1 Hendrei S.jser. in fuii for damage by fire. IS Ou N . 11. l casa pakl Jwua Kerr, in full for damage ry lire 3 on No. li To ca-n pakl sale anl freight forotnee ITi vo No. U. To cash paid Court fee la Msyca 00 No. 14. To casn pa li Somerset Htr abi pnutiog blanks and n-pirt. . . 38 V N.j. 1. l-joish pakl stationery and postage stamps 12 19 S j. 1. i e easb paid premiam re Inn, led by . lia.l 13 hi N. 1;. To cash paidi . Hail for time and expenses in adjusting claim . 2 No. is. lo cash pakl rent forodlo and fuel a 0O 19. Torash paid Jacob I. Mil ler lor services 12 00 No. tki. Tocasb pakl Jobn hleks.aal ary for one year as Seietary ami Treasurer OU-acS 1 Balance In Trearary In note at intereet Am tol prem. notes liable to assess Amount of capital bote nusa-'er ol p.,llce issued, XI u KM 7J Mil S4 IngxcT'iaa EtBrrrn foe ma tirnsaTisL Ssmer-I fssrclav. Abram Beam, Tobias Mym, Joe. C lcl.i), J . K.iin, i.tristmn L. Miller. Jjbics Par. iieojanun Kuae. J. O. Kuaoiei. Jostah J. W&ikT iikI J .li Hicks, of .s-e-rset coan'jf . Pa ;'.airte: klall and Lnaaard Wtinrr. of bechjrl county. Pa. Orr-.caas Ex.er.Tai ron tbb Esitnao) Yaaa. Samuel fiar-Uy. ef Mi!for-l township, Presf. i'e-.': John Hw as, S-retarj, Treasnrer and lien er.il Agent. By order of the Brmr!. JNO. HICKS. Jprll Sorretary. OTICE. I will kethe fine yntsg sorrel Surk Horse -LKiHT FOOT." owned by Peter Myrs s aeira. at my Steele in Meyersdale, Pa., daring 1H eunv tng scasi4i. ts ui taa rpecla: can ef stand srnt te ax or erl id my ear. Serv foe-Hfi. Eaghtfuet wa sirwl by Bxhason-E be a grand. mm ol Lexlngtow. lAia t,y stai.i -Keatn. y, wlvaw suits a well aad levoratM kaawa a Sua. tonnty. ap7. Parpen 5a I A tract ef UM la said town ship, adycdniiig the above named traet. an-1 lawis of peter Stpe. evntaiaug two kunored and twen ty one arm. well improved sAd under gwl cuiii vatioo. And en SATURDAY, MAV 29ib, at 19 e-clock a. ef raid day. the premises, Pnrnart Nu 4. & irvt .1 laaa to t pper Targcy- tout township. Someoet eueniy. Pa., adjoining land ef Hsnry SiracS.S and Henltl kaoa.l, watataiag eleven and ene bail acres, wlla (oet Eprovenvcnts, ete. 1 EE M.S. twenty-tve dollars Aim en each pvpart en day vf sale, and tne remainder ef in nrst ene-tnlrd aa evcArmntiun of Bale ; ene third n one year, and one tbird m twe year frmt seal eeonxnatlon, each with nugrst Iroea eoanraa- 70L US TARY ASSIG " M EX T. Owia A. Kimmel having made aa assign avesc i sse of ad ha ewtsu for tee benefit ef h.s minors. I bevvoy give autie to ail person latvr estol, wnetber aa ertitoreor debitor, te ai il ae ax ay residence, la Algtteey townsaip. en Bat erday. May Tit, wita their c-aims property yroved for (-.lrmt. OEO. O. WALEEB. prll sljnee. El DMIXISTRATOR-3 NOTICE. ill THOM AS WnJJiJW. Ada r. aad Irastee- of OieJ.'rey. Cable, let Twp-, Let ten el ndmloiatratfo the aboe eetat kavwg oe gra-..i w u nndereigned. notice i nereoy give w ttwee adeeted te K u, aaae ; date Lernvnt, al tnoee aanag claim ags.aet a Wpreinttned:yathicid for sna-l en setnraay. tne cay vs , - residence of d ap-14 .AXriX CABLE. Adnunisireii r.