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Toe Somerset Herald.
-;hbsiat Mr i.- TIME TAM.ES. BALTIMORE A OHIO B. B. PITTS BUKOH DITISIOX. On and after Febraary II. 1TT, train tl.li mad will depart frcw an unn t dvjwC, eucner OratHaad Water Street a lUlowi: EAST. WEST. MaiL MaU. Hi. m. tan rittobutih Hlt Kr1tt.k M-.-fc'eaport W M Nrwtna 9-It caaoHlmliir 1M Ml, l'lr.i.t lr-P ai- 1'hK.rvlr !:.. Mlnrnl IVjIot 11 " (Mmbrrlana Hi(r t -rry - WaMltHWIua K m Luvi Tf.a-. ptulalri(4iia l-li a. m. tirw lot J " I :!. Yolk rlirl. a bl mn Kit li ioau4 WanhUitrtna Harrr' Kfrrjr MartimlMra CauilivflalMi Minrral IX 1 VyVt aloafcrtra MU l-lnnant ()Huallwvitlr Wna ltfua - ' littaa, li -ll ttf ra 7-i a. at. !.; -ll.J IMt. m. t.a -.: - 4.M . t.M 13 " AU trains ran by Biltltaore Tim. 14 aUnutes faaterlhaa Pluatxirah Tlma. Mail tntatdallTexref Son.laT. Minin"t IHit Cr thmagh to Waihtngtoa aa4 UuiUmora wiitauat rhaac. SeTentT-Bfe man tu fborlMt. atxl h only roaw ixtaaaa th ut aai WM via Wahlni- '"tiVi'Z" m mrner Fifth AmM aad Smitb- field Kiraeia. aad detut ' orani ana aisr Sireeu, fluat.unrti. fa. Li. M.lX'LE, flBTat TVket Aaeot. E. k. UVN1JIAN, SaiHOuaaelijriUa aoaaaasT A wisaaaL roiav aatLaoao. Ua and after May 14th, ltTT, trains will raa aa Mlovs. aaaeeUnK wtth aU paasenger tralnj a Um f. W. Sv B. K. K. (MaO u-aias daily, Ex prcaa dally xecpt Xuoday.) T .aw aaaivs. UaUWaat t 50 p. at. 4aap.a MaUEaat I0 4ia.sa. It a p.m. Kail East eoaaeeu with Local Waal. P.W.tkL E. raaa Hiaaaai. roivr. Way Paatnaw fcvw... Way Paatcnrcr Waat., Mail East , Hall Wast 12 OS a. n U p. ta. 1141 p. at. SjT p. as. W. S. TEMPLE & CO., Commission Merchants, 47 S. HOWARD ST:, BALTIMORE, MD. SH-cial attention given tUi the sale ot BUTTER, EOtis, HOl'LTRY. WOOL, an 1 Leather. We advie fanners not to t jbw ash their wool, as w hole Fleeces w ill sell best this season. We refer to Farmers & Merchants Nat. Bank. Baltimore, and to Peoples Bank, of Baltimore. DlST. Soda-Water. QriET business. ?locb at 9 75. Xoist Our Small Boy. Banged hair is out ot style. To rock of ages the cradle. Motto for tbe po'.ioe give us arrest LxvoHiNG June" will soon be here. "Saceb Kraut" planu are now in de mand. Strawrekkt festivals will soon be in season. Somerset county has about 5,0fW) Mur pliyttea. Bbioram Yocno loses about two moth ers in-law a year. The 14th of June will be tbe centennial ot tbe American tl.g. FJow long is Somemet to continue to be town ot bouses, without streets or side walks Salt Shad and Fotomac Herring in market and for sale at the Flour DfjvM ot Cook Si Bverits. A faabioaable medical journal says tbe spring style of vaccination is cardinal red, cut biased and gored. May 21, Flour down 50c per bbl. May 24, " " 73c May 24. total f 1 S3, and mar be lower. It is expected that there w ill be a full turn out oi our citizens to tke part in tbe decoration ceremonies of lo-ditv.vWeJnt-s Xkw styles Fans at Fashion Baxar this week. Mrs. J. B. Tredwcll, 'o. 6, Mammoth Block. Tub circus day w as hard on the adhe rents of Murpby. quite a numtier of them having fallen trow grace on that day. We are sorry. Fuaest fires have been raging in the mountain regions of this county lor sotne lime past, doing considerable damage to timber and leoce?. ifo village, however sell and hand somely built can ever present a pleasing appearance without clean street and neat substantial, level, tree planted, sidewalks. Xew styles Gents' Collars and Ties troai New York, at Faslii. Bazar this week. Mns. Jas. B. Tredwell. No. 6. Mammoth Uiock. The returns are all in except frotn Al lecbcny. Paint, Shade and Wellersbure, ioaicaliog tbe nomination of John R. Scott, Hul Baker, and Joseph ti. Cole man. Will in a few Java receive an immense stodc -ot Sps." Pertumtric. )riental Crvam, Toilet Powdrr, C.tuetk-s. ic Mrs. J. B. Tredwielu ' 'a l, ManiPKJth Biock. WOlAfE4 Co s Harness Soap, told by O. W. Spters is a new article gotten n'p especially use in the stable. It is Without a rival tor cleansing and beaiing PBrpnera. ILAKD Bamboo Rxl. 85 to 30 Wri lorg and straight as arrows, the very thing for baa f.shing. at Faabion Baxar. Mks. J. Ik Tredwexl, Ko. fi, Mammoth Bktck. JoRrrowK Tribu4 please accept thanks tor notice ot onr bsvinj Joined the mihua. Come up, vnunc fellow, there is till a vacancy ia ibe raoks, and wh i knows bat what yon may be made a corporal. Ax exchange says tbat an art ire mar fare acainst rond dances ia being cn BM-nced ia snciety. and there seems io he a iaint possibility that eventually, we shall see the last ot 'the popular "hugging set to music." A cotcmonicatioa has been received by Capt. G. W. KiaasBriL from the Coenells ille Greys, rrqoesting him to procure a suitable camping ground far Ibem at this place They propose to visit this place during the coming mjn'.h and go into camp. Ox Friday evening last. Rev. Chrystal Ivctared to a small but select audience in lb eoart mnan: aul'jrct 1'briaiiaa Statesmanship." Tbe Reverend genile man'a vews on statesanuiship are a liule pecol'wr, to say tbe least. Uev. Chrystal is aa ekK,Qext talker with a very ptewsant trace. It is ta be letreUed tbat Ib-ere were awt aaare prrsiaa prrseet to beal his address. IftTTTi 'T Berlin House. L Bmllier Uauoe. J. C. Davis, Prop. TliUh'j9 Iim iteen oewlr turnithed and refitted ilmiagbnu!. Its location i the ifl in Bvrlia, la-inf in centre of town an. I tKire B V. 1:. K 1 oardint by the week, day tr meal. Gmnl stable attached. . - The Hagersloa n Ma.it that the , One of tbe extras oounected with the cir peraoDi wbo led tbul cuotry during tbe ; eua tramped through this place sercral early spring with sucb a flrurisu ot Uura-! weeks ajru. working about town for over pets to settle in tbe west, are many of ja week; it is supposed that be took adran thera quietly returning one at a lijte or in ! tage ot bis knowledge ot the lay ot the small (tartic Many ol them could not ' iand to help biniseit or show h;s pals bow tiad employment io the wist. ; they might do it All rr Ne w EiuUaJ they are orgin- ' 8"M lliieve broke into the tannery of iring "Villajie Improrriuenl Societie."' Jacob Lobineir, at Laurclville, oo Wed to clean Mrectn. lay idi walka. plant tret. ' nesday night of last week, and stole about and baaiify villages generally, fchalt we W worth of leather calf skins, etc have one in Somerset? One of these soci- j Doubtless I bey are a part sod parcel of the eties organized at once could do much for i troop ot old actors in tbe drama ot tlrcr (be town this season. ing w bicb are doing the country at large. . , m Is every other village except Somerset, when a man has built a handsome b use tbe next thiug he dors is to lay a good sub stantial sidewalk in front of it, sicing that it is of tbe same width sad level with its neighbors, and at a proper height from the street Why is it not tbe rule here ? Times are bard. City people tbis sea son will seek the oounWv village instead ot expensive watering places. Shall we welcome our summer visitors with filthy streets, bad sidewalks and dirty alleys. out of which comes such a voluae of stench from manure be ips, dead cats and chickens, old drains, retusc and offel of all sorts as almost knocks one down. We have been credibly informed that Mr. Lou. A. Smith has actually, truly and permanently retired Irom the editorial chair of tue Meyersdale JwirptiuUnt, and tbe new editor is puzled tbe d dest ss to whether ne sltau spelt cow witn a c or a k. pell it keow. Owxo to an oversight on behalf of one of the lMtHotrat'i atactica, (mistake will happen in the best regulated printing ot- Sees ss well as families ,, tbe obituary no tice of R. R. Roddy was not sent to Ibis office in time tor publication last week. It will lie found in another column ot this edition. It will delight the eye of Uie old fisher men to look over the stock ot llous. Lanes, Baskets, Bait Boxes, Flies, Snoods, Fish ing Books, Floats, Sinkers, Ac. at Fash ion BaKar. Mks. Jas. B. Tredwell. No. 6. Marumoih Block. The follow ins is an exact copy of what apiears nnon a sitrnboard a few miles out of the village ot Meyersdale : "10 milts to St Petersburg by via of Pecks." The sign attracted tbe attention o( one ol our reporters who traveled through tbat sec tion recently, and le simple! his Faber and copied it. Buother Cooper, of the Mt Pleasant jKian, appears to be very much surprised that we should acknowledge tbat Somer set is a village, and insinuates that one ol the young mea of our village is badlv smiUen by a young lady in that "city' If the last assertion be true, and we doubt it not tbat young lady may feel proud ot her "young man from ..e country." White. Muuoth and soft any lady's hands, anus and necks may liecome, w Uu I'sc-s tilenn's Sulphur Soup. Pimples or other dtetigureinenls ot a complexion! nature, are surely obliterated by this I neaiiuiui promoter oeauiy. ih-kh. ( rittenton s No. t tnxiu Avenue, -V l. Hill s Hai.- and Whisker Dye. black or brown, 50 cents. The grain market is still very duil. w ith lower prices for corn aid oats, but w heat is firm at the oM qu itatious. Flour has gune down almost as rapidly as it went up and still has a downward tenden cy. The reduction in present prices in the grain and feed trade are not likely to be Very considerable while there is a good prospect ot a prolonged and general war in Europe. .Miss Anna M. Baker, of Ml. Pleasant, Pa., lectured in tbe Lutheran Church on Thursday evening la, on -Blh sides ol lite." 't he audience was rather small, owing partly to the circus and partly to the apparently unconquerable aversion ot Smcret people to listening to kclures. Tbe lecture is highly spoken of by all w ho were in attendance. Miss Baker's style is cay, grace Hi! and impressive Mas. E. J. Blond has obtained a ver dict of five thousand dol ars daiutges in the Common Pleas Court, of Allegheny county, against George Boyd, a saloon keeper, ho sold liquor to her husband, aiu-r lieing niNied not to do so. Mrs Blond's hu!band, while tinder tbe influ ence of liquor, was killed on the Char tiers Rrilnad. and thus suit was brought to re cover damages, which result.-J as stated above. Tbe remark ot every stranger who vUits Somerset is, "What a handsomely built town you have !" "Why don't you clean your streets and Ex up jour side walks 7" It would cost verv little kir cit izens Ui e'ean the street fronting on their projierty out to tbe middle, and repair tbe bad pUcts in their side'aiks, il in these haid limes, tber caa'l alTard to lay belter ones. It is just about this time that the styles ot Ladies' Summer Hats are fixed for the season. For this reason we are receiving Irom Kew York and Baltimore, this week, everything that is new in the Millinery line, including Hat, Bonnets, Frames, Flowers. Ribtuns. Feathers, Ornaments, Trimming Silks, Jcc. Mrs. J. B. Tredwell. No. C. Maminoth Block. HEAPqt'AkTERS CO. G., k National Gtakd Pejin'a. Somerset. Pa., May 2S. 1S77. J Members of Company G.. are hereby ordered to meet at tbe Court House, on WednifcUv. May 30, 1S77. at 9 a. m, to take part in Uie decoration services. Bv order of G.W.Kisiheu F. -V. Smith. Captain. Sergeant. This is bouie cleaning lime, and tbe ladies will thank ns for tbe following, pro vided it answers the purpose. We find the ncipe in tbe Scientific Aauricam: To clean paint, take 1 oz. pulverized borax. 1 lb. small pieces best brown Kmp. and S quarts ot waler ; let it simmer ull the soap is diwK'lved. stir freiaeoUr- Do not let ii boil. Cie with a piece oi old can nel. rinse oj as soon as tbe paint is clenn. This mixtnre b also good for washing ckxhea. Tbe Hollklaysburg Standard says tbat some of tbe miliers ot that county are in tbe ba' il of adulterating their flour ia the lullom ing manner : Tbey purchase while corn, which of course tbey get tor less tban half ibt ' cost of wheat. Tbis is a cheap sw imlle, but a very mean ihk, and tbe miiler who will alkiw L a.arioe to overtnme Uit hooety n this way' ought to loe the ptnage ot every one of his cua tomcis. And all boot at millers will makt Ci'miDon cause in exposing such a misera ble cheat and swindler. The pleannt smiling face of Mr. Josh. Harvey, whose person and famous speech, "vole fur whom you p'eaae, but ship vouf butter to Harvey." are so well remember ed by all our ople, arpcared in our sanc tum last we- k. Mr. 11. Las but lately re turned from Europe, but we wiUriak the whole ot an American dollar, that in spite of travel and the fact that he baa gone out of busineaa, that if be wetw to stake an other speech it would be "ship your but. ter to Hal vey," as the Commission busi ness is still carried on by bis brother and son. A Woxdm woreixo Remedy. No remedial agent has ever been offered to tbe skk and debilitated at all comparable to Hosteltrr's Stomach Bitters, ic cases ol re mittent and intermittent levers, constipa tion. Berraus ailments, rbeamaUsat, and dMordrrs involving const itul tonal weak ness or phyMcal decay. It literally "aorka wondrra." The botanic ingredients which it spirituous basis holds in solution, act like a charm ap-io Ute stomach, and through the ttoatach opon the brain, liver, bowels and nervous system. There is nothing in its compostiki tbat is not aa lubrkiua. Il conbunsaotM uf the moat potent Ionic ot the vegetable kingdom and the juices o( tbe best aperient and anti-: tulkms roots and herbs. cutuUned with a pertectly pore stimuiaiiog clement Tbe Bitters are peculiarly adapted to those ea- j gaged in exhausting or unhealthy occi; pa lion, a l-T its use siren th is sustained and the abolty ot the n Seta to mi at-1 mospnerk and other infieeace prejodi-l rial to healta largely increased. It appear that lb. DKole men were ootj tbe nolj tconodrel attached to or fujlow. 1 ing in the wake t the Htcii ; iirin$ h stajr Id pi II. P.rker bad au en tire new snit of clothes, a nutnlr ! o.l lare. aod unden kit bins stolen front his! room. Mr- Wm. U Meiralian and wife; . 1 t..l . .... ..A . .T ih;. 1.j)im .trln ; that on tbis occastou came out witn a new role, and it is to I hoped tbat tbeir de praved 'soles' mav in the near future lead them to perform their last act, "peeping through the bars," to an appreciative pri vate audience in the commodious palace in Allegheny Park. Ut. Ileasant Jtiiirn. A queer fish. Tbe following is a de scription of an animal pumped out of a Bradlord county oil well at a depth ot 800 feet : Tbe fisb. or lizard, whichever species it may be, is a singular specimen of an amphibious animal. It has no eyes, and just where the eyes should I are located what seems to be a nir oi lungs, the action and workings of which can lie plainly seen. It has four legs, with bird like claws, and an eel shaped tail, in col or it is spotted somewhat like a trout on tbe back, while the belly is of a red and white hue. It has to be kept - in salt wa ter. D trick. There is some talk tbat the Supreme Court now in session at Harrisburg will adjourn its sessions to Bed lord on the first of Juce. Four of tbe Judges, we learn, are decidedly in favor of the movement. The only thing in tbe way was tbat tbey doubted tbat tbe Bedford Court House would atT ird thein sufficient accommoda tions. Hon. John Cessna, to whom the question was referred, has taken an in ventory of tbe spare and has written the honorable Judges tbat Bedford can scat them comfortably and feed them abund antly, not to say any tiling of the exhila rating and health restoring Bedlord waters and pure mountain air which will be thrown ia.Jlcdord County Pro. The Great United Slate Circus exbib iled at this place on Wednesday last The pertonnances are strictly first class in every respect, in tact we do not think we have ever seen better. The men connec ted with this circus behaved themselves while in our town in a gentlemanly man ner tbat will be a great recommendation to them should tbej ever travel tbis way again. Owing to the extreme coldness of tbe day the number of persons in atten dance was not as large as was expected. It the management could succeed in hav ing the scoundrels who killow their circus arrested and sent to penitentiary il would be a draw ing card lor them. Hate toc a corGH That dry, hack ing cough is tbe herald of approaching consumption. To check the swift pro gress of the destroyer, prompt and deci sive measures must be resorted to. A duseol Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and liorehouud. Liken when tbe coughing spells ceme on, wiil uflord im mediate relief, and eventually effect a thorough cure. Il will tie found equally beneficial in all forms of throat snd lung disorders. Incases of croup il is ot in estimable value. For sule by G. W. Benford. Also Agents for Prof. Parker's Pleasant Worm S rup, which never fails. Pleasant to take, and requires no physic Price 25 cents. Good advice. Now islbe time of year for Pneumonia, Lun Fever. &c Every lamily should haven bottle of BosCHEE's Gekmas Srxrr. Don t alknv for one mo ment that ougb to take bold of your child. your tauiilv or yourself. Consumption, Asthma, Pneumonia, Croup, liemorrlia ges, and other fatal diseases may set in. Although It is trneGERMAK Strip is cur ing thousands of lhe?e dreaded diseases, vel it is much belter to have it at b ind w hen three doses wiil cure you. Due Bottle will butt your whole family a winter and keep you sale Irom danger. Jt ou arc consump tive, !o not rest until you have this rem edy. Sample Bottles 10 cents. Regular size 7j cents. Sold by your Druggist, O. W. Benford HOW TO KEEP LOAff-B AW AT. In OC of our exchanges we find a new plan that is being used by s-ime business men in Pottslown to drive loaters away from tbe front ot tbeir stores. A firm of druggists displaced a large placard in their wiudow. which could be read by all w no passed aion : "WANTED. Something for the young men to do ho stand in front ot this store." Another business matt in the same place has had a similar card printed, which rcaUs as follows : "WASTED (OMEWHEKE ELSE. The youn men who cannot find any other place to stand or lean than in front of this door are wanted somewhere else." It is said tbat the firms w ho hare the cards displayed are not troubled by baring a crowd block up tbeir windows and doors. Os Tuesday, May 15, 18. i. one of Som ersets fairest and most accomplished daughters. Miss Nora C. Kimmel was joined in hymen's tightest belt with Mr. Vy m. H. Maize, ot Piusburgu. N iw we don t a ant anybody to say that tbis is "John Thompson's news," and that they have beard it before ; if it is' tbe fault is to be atribuied to the absence of tbe lood. Tbe ceremony was performed in the Dis ciples' church, and was attended by the elite of tbe town. The bride looked as pretty as was ber wont, than which more could not be said, while the smiling face of the groom expressed happiness tbat pen, (at least a bachelor's pen ) cannot de scribe. Tbe bridal couple left tor Pitts burgh on the 3:40 train, intending to nuke tbn city tbeir borne in tbe future. May happiness and perpetual sunsbioe ever attend them if the wish of all. to a hich we may be Allowed to say. amen. Sl.M.l'LAB ACCIDENT TO A COW. At A point on the line ot the Pittsburgh divb ion of tbe Baltimore 4 Ohio Railroad, in the Narrows, near this city, the Uack runs along an embankment fifteen or twenty IlCI above VI ills creek, ana a tew leet from a periodicularicli J tea or fifteen feet high, Irom the top of w bich tbe slope of VI ills mountain begins. One day last week a cow, bekmgingto sir. r . f. Biaul. was feeding on the berbage near the edge ot ihisclifi, when a freight train came tbundei ing down tbe grade immedii'elr beneath tbe cl.ff. Tbe kieomolive whistle, tbe bis of the steam, and the noise of Ute cars so frightened the cow tbatsbe became deaf even to ber instinct, and pranced about the edge ot tbe rock in tbe meet vi olent and insane manner. Finally, just as the "caboose." tr conductor s car, the last on the train, was passing, tbe animal 1 ( hrr balance and lell wttb a crash cn the root ot the car, damaging it sotnew bat. and greatly startling the inmates. She did but strike it; boa ever, for 'ber body bounded into ibe air and over ibe ecdxuik roenl into the creek btkw, and she was instantly killed- The animal was valued at about $5). CvmUrUi&4 Sttet. The kteBTs op vaxrikd vomes.-t Sinoe the law alio every married wo man to control her ow n money and prop erty she may have at the lime of her mar riage, or may afterward acquire by in her itance, every married wotuaa should re-1 fuse to part w ith her lawful right to own aad control her ow a mean, There are thousand of worm' a in the world to-day who inherited or otherwise acquired: means that would have been a help and a blessing to tbent if kept under their am- j Irol, but which having been kwt or squan- j dered by their husband, tbey are now in low circumstances aad even ia destitution. A woman should alwavt keep control of. or at least a firm bold on ber own ntowey and proiertr. w tbat if nisfortnae over takes ber husband sbe may bare some thing she can fall hack on ia ber boar of trial and tribulation. We could point out a dozen M socb nntortonate women in a small circle, and suck i the case aU over tbe bad . VV ilk eonrklrace ia their boa- band during seeming prosperity tbey gave every dollar. Now neither have a nd some have tamilies b rear at a tiate whva they can lea aflord it. We therefore caution every woman In tbe kad not to pan with the tiile to her owa money and pirper.y. bet to bold; U 1n keerriax tcr a "rai&T dt." vt mipe so see tbi article la e f y wewijper ia the kad. Ex. ellftilT. I10DDT- At Xcw Bn!!linr. farmer- jet cotiDtv Pa Mar 14 Rtirt Kfd - bun i,i,iv ,'grd 4'J vrsrs ami 4 nioniti. . : . Mr. K.y wit horn in lvtmlur. somerset coanty. 1 and wasat the tune of bis death the oldest native resident of the place, be having always considered ft his home. He was well and favorably known tbroughont Somerset and Fayette counties, having at an early age been prominently before the public in tbe ca pacity ot journalist and eilitor. W hen quite a young man be was editor and pro - prietor of tbe Somerset I uilor, which he conducted with signal ability from K0to 1854. Subsequently be read law with J. F. Cox. ot Somerset, and after passing an unusually creditable examination, was ad mitted to the bar. Disliking tbe legal pro fession, however, being naturally of a re tiring disposition, be only practiced a short lime. He spent two or three years traveling, east and vest, corresponding in tbe meantime kir several newspers. About lttbO, be was attached to the edi torial corps of the Genius of Liberty, I'Dlontown, of which bis brother, tbe late Col. E. G. Roddy, was editor.' That pa per, nnder his management, received an impetus in it general make-up and circu lation, which placed it among the b ire most newspaiiers in Western Pennsyl vania The civil war break inz out shortly afterward, he was among the first to en list ; and, although bis physical condition was entirely untitled tor the rigors of a military life, and against the advice of bis friends, be served, with credit to himself, aa a private ia Company H. 65tU Regi ment. Pa. Vo's. for upwards ot three veara. w hen he was honorably discharged. During his cami ains in the swamps of ir jima and the Carolinas, be correspond ed for the iki, and other papers, under Ue om de plum ol "Zingaro," the let ters being spicy, "readable, and ably writ ten, unsparing In tbeir uncovering of vice ana immorality in high places, of course. bringing down on him the anathemas and maieuicuons 01 me guilty ones. Uimniuucn uu UU return Ue aMn a- sumed editorial control ot the Genius ; spending considerable time in the oil re gions corresponding for bis paper, until the death of Col. Roddy, editor-in-chiet Mr. Roddy was sulssequently connected with the McKeesport Timet, in an edito rial capacity, at the same lime correspond ing for the Oenitm, Pittsburg Chronicle, Pittsburg ("ommercuit, Somerset Herald, &c His health failing in a great miai ure, he returned to his old borne, where he bas remained ever since, beloved and respected by tbe whole community. A few years ago, several serials appeared in the Somerset Herald from his pen, which were the last of his labors, exccpiing an occasional letter to tbe same paper, on local affairs. As a writer Mr. Roddy was prolific, be ing a man of more than usual literary cul ture, varied and extensive reading, with a mind stored abundantly with useful knowledge. His letters were pithy, in-t.-resling, caustic, when occasion required, yet fair and honorable withal.- The thrifty town of Confluence owes more of whatever prosperity she may have bad in ine pasi, or may nave in tue luture,. to opening sermon, based on St Luke, 10 him tban any other man, or set of men. chap., 1st and Sth verses. The sermon was It was be who, in spite of all opposition, eminently practical and full ot excellent worked with kingue and pen for the em-1 suggestions just such a sermon as was bryo town, at a time when everyone else j suitable on such an occasion. After di scerned to doubt. j vine service Classis was called to order. Zingaro s letters in the Chronicle will j The calling of the roll showed the pres be remembered long in tbe future (or tbeir ! ence of ail;tbe ministers except two, togeth sieady maintenance "t the interests ot his er with ei-ht delegate elders. Rsv. C. native county, the welfare ot her people, 1 1 . Heilman was chosen President ; Rev. and the development ol ber resources. ! A. E. Trnxal was re-elected Treasurer; Mr. Roddy was particularly friendly loRev. W. U. Bates, Corresponding Sea, Somerset county, and would never allow I and H. F. Keener, Stated Clerk. -anyone to say in bis presence that the Tbe meeting was one of more than or Westorany other part of the conntrv, dinary interest. exceeded ber in wealth, natural resources. Pastoral Reorts were read at Fridav or anything calculated to make lite enjoy. , morning session. These gave evidence ol able. He used to say that, no matter bow ! great activity during the year. The ad trutbtul a man might lie. a few years in ! dilions to tue church have been quite nu the W'est would cure him of iL nierous, and this denomination is in a For the last year, Mr. Roddy bas seem- prosperous condition in this county, ed to devote bimselt almost entirely to the Uev. Hupp, ol Berlin, hs resigned bis interests of bis future salvation ; and, al- charge. He bas accepted a call to tbe though a ce spaper man intuitively, and' pastorale of tbe lie formed Church in a politician by choice, be took very little merest in pontics, or anyimns 01 me kind. He devoted bis time princtpally to a study of tbe Scriptures, with very cmi mendable seal snd diligence. Tbe writer remembers with profound sorrow the last conversation be had with deceased. He was a member of the Calk olic Church, and desired some spiritual consolation from Father Camon, and as New Baltimore was tbe nearest point to wbieh be could go. be desired some infor mation as to the best method ot traveling there, and tbe writer's professional opin ion as to his physical condition. He ar rived at New Baltimore sick and worn with travel on Thursday before his death, took his bed almost immediately, and never rose again. His end was peace. In the quiet gray of morning his spirit took its flight, calm ly, quietly, as though be were passlnz in to a peaceful slumber. A great sufferer during most of bis life. Heaven vouch safed bim a quiet hour in which to die be suffered no pain. And. altboucb de nied tbe presence of his own family, or any of bis life-long friends, his brother and sisters have the satisfaction of know ing that all bis wants were ministered 10 by a sympathetic brother of bis own cburcb. and tbM in bis last moments, tbe kindly band of woman wiped tbe death damp from his brow, eased his acbinz head, shed her tears for bim. Dd smoothed his pathway down to the "Dark Valley ol the Shaiow of Death." In tbis connection, bis friends desire strain to return ihetr sincere thanks to the kind Protestant family in which be died. It seems but yesterday that tbe kindly face of Mr. Roddy, or "Bob," as every ou famiii'arly called bim. was seen on our streets, and il seems bard to realize tbat onr old friend bas gone to that "bonrne from whence no traveler returns. He was a cental, social companion, kind in ail his relations, a friend to tbe friendless, a Good Sanuritian to tbe sick and tbe afflic ted, and to scfteriDg anywhere, he was al wavs ready to lend a listening ear and a helping band. I On tbe night of bis death, be intimated a desire to be buried in the graveyard be- j longing to tbe cburcb at New Baltimore, which request was complied with. Nil- emn Ilieb Mass, according to Ute custom of tbe Catholic Church, war held on the morning of May Itftb for tbe repose of bis SOUL Thus our last tribute of rrspect Is ptld to a dearly beloved friend. IUqtievat in JM. 31. Audi son. Pa. Headocarters Grand Armtop the REPrnLic Philadelphia. May 8, 1877. 1. In compliance with Ku!es and Keg clations in General Orders No. 8, irom National Head Quarters. Wednesday. May 30th. will be observed as Memorial Dar, when all Comrades of the Grand Armv of tbe Republic shall assemble to pay tbeir annaal floral tribute to. and boo-' or with fitting ceremonies tbe memory ot their dead Comrades. ' 2. Let the observance of these bcaoii- ful and "touching ceremonies be marked with Ibe usual and appropriate solemnity Remitting fr a time onr cares and labors let os dedicate the dav. to doing honor to the silent army ot onr heroic dead. While bury ing all animosities, heartily welcoming all evidences of harmony and fraternity of a re-united" rleople, thanking our Supreme Rulef fttr the peace and gnod wiil reigntxig throughout our land, stiil let ns cherish tenderly, sacredly, the memory of those, to w nose manly devotion and sac rifices, we are indebted Air the preserva tion of onr country. While we scatter upon their gravea Ira grant flowers and plant above them the flag tbey loved to dearly, let the example ot tbeir ackms and sacrifice, iacite in ns feelings of a purer, broader, more gener ous put riot ism and ot more determined de votion to our country and ber beloved in stitution. And while we rather around oar Com rades' grave, let it remember the lh-u- tnd whose onmatked grave are scat tered all over the land, w berever our ar mies ma re bed or kregbu and ia tbis it ems presence renew onr pledge to care lor bint who bas borne tbe tauue ana ibe widow and orphan ot him who has fallen. IIL It is trusted tbat Comrades will make tvery effort to secure a more active and general panicipalioo by tbe public, by inviting the co-operation of cfeqrc&ea, school and societies, but tbat they will iseooBtcoacee any tendency to make the dar oce at frivolity or merrimeDL. Posts shookl be careful to see tbat evenr ' soldier s trare ia their rkaoitr, bowerer , tedoduL is prmerlT decorated. Ia fcxal- m w. wkM. iiim .re an Pnata it ia knrwgl i feet. Hisaar(li thatotaer ul pertana these tender ofH- ees. Wuiia( utereuy ic anua ine: chant 3soCti3ti tter Save m forrwiea fbettni!rit4JvuIiitarilT are bi ht ta St iv..er wao yiMuaiaruj jare til uie (or kiS COOatrr. - allTHOmj, DersruatCooimsader. Rev. U-F. KiekikoI Berlin, willtd 1 ''' 'te Pr!" of feouietoft nn the Mit-1 ! J f TVmpei wwe. "n Stliinlty t-vr-nir.f. j jBne f 1 - TiiR While Lead ulil tv O. V I is the ai knowlederd wau.Ktd hr purity ' whiteness, covering pio.ierties and dura- bilitr- California is bneinnc about an oranite grown in Paradise Valley, and measuring twenty-four and three-fourths j inches in c'rctnu'enr? and weighing foar 1 ,Unds and a h tlf. That 's alwut ibe size of ibt pumpkins they raise in our Para- disc. Os the 14th of tbe present month, at tbe villsge of New Baltimore the soul of R. R. KoJdv took its flight to Him from whom il cone. Mr. Roddy, -or Bob, as those who knew 11131 best loved to call him. was a gentleman wellknoanin newspa per circles in Southwestern Pennsylvania, a here his pungent paragraphs, graceful :e.dt-rs and enteitdniug stories will be long remeuibered. Witban ardent love lor journalism he devoted the best year or bis lite to the profession, only retiring irom its more active duties wuen declining nealtb demanded a cessation, but never fully relinquishing his pen until Death claimed its own, and he passed over the ferry. For him we have no words ol praise nor song ot laudation: none does be need; deep in the hearts of those with whom be was associated during bis jout nalistic lile is a sorrow to whkh words of praise are but as bollow mockery. II sleeps at peace. Lei his epitaph tie "His Work is Done." THE DA5D sometimes deceives the ete. Watch tbe ace while I tbrow tbe euros, gentlemen. The ace wins for you. the other cards for me. The circus bas come and gone and left in its wake the old, old story. Sharper with glib tongue ; old gentleman trcm Berlin ; confederate ot Bit -a r rYats wkrt rwi I ma aimuAit nrT An rv 11 1 1 s j less party as one of our livery men. "The hand sometimes deceives the eye." Eigb ts-on i. t, n- nn tor nnnKp it. eenllemen. who will take a draw?" G. G. (guileless granger; makes a grab and draws, not eighteen, but a number up in tbe forties ; sharper pockets G. G's. forty -five dollars, and the latter hunts up a minion ot the Uw. Minion of tbe law, Yepser, with the assistance of an attorney gets slmrper ta refund twenty-live dollars. G. G. rays million of tbe law, attorney, and start lor home a sadder, and it is to be hoped, a w;st man. When questioned as to his motive tor indulging in a pastime of tbis kind be said, "I thought I would teach tbe old fool a lesson, but I found out that the lesson was taught to somebody else." Il appears strange tbat men will allow themselves to be victimized in tbis man ner, as any man ot sense should know tbat the sharpers will beat him every time; but it appears that some men can only learn from experience. Somerset Classis. The Somerset Classis ot the Relormed Church in the I'nited State.'1, assembled in Salisbury, May 24th, 1ST7. Rev. L. D. Steckle. tbe president ot the former year, preached the .Manchester Mart land. He leaves this V Ussis wi b the goxl wishes of all the brethren following him. H- F. Keeser, Clerk. To Crrt'MPTivE.t. Consumption, that scourge of .humanity, .is the great dread uf ike human kiuiily, ia all civilized Countries, I feel confident tbat I am in possession of tbe only sure, (mailable Remedy now known to the profession for tbe positive and speedy cure ot that dreaded disease, and its unwelcome concomitants, viz. Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Nervous Debility, ic, Ac I am an old fogy. I believe in medicine. Twenty-eight years expetK-i.re as a busy practitioner, in tbe best Coua.i.:irt: a Hospital ot tbe Old and New rt .!!, u taugbl me the value ol proper mt-!j:(...uu. botn iocs! and consti tutional in lite cure of this great enemy of our race, I have found it. But I am digressing. I started out to say thai those suffering w ith consumption or any ot the above maladies, that by addressing me, giving sympions, tbey shall be put iu pos session of this great boon, without charge, and shall have the benefit of my experi ence in Uio'.iaand of cases suecemtully treated. Full particulars, directions for prepara'.ii n aod use, and ail necessary ad vice and instructions for successful treat ment at your own home, will be received by you by return mail, free of charge, by aiklressing Dr. Jonx & Bcrsett, 167 Jefferson Street, lyr. 5-2. Louisville, Ky. N1KKIEU. JOHNSON RAFFENSPERGER On the 21st, inst, by Rev. B. Knepper. at bis residence, R. D. Johnson to Annie M. Raffensperger, both ot Cumberland, Md. ORNDORFF NORRIS. On the 22nd. ins., by the same, William Orn dorff to Delie Norris, Ulh of Mt. Savage, M.J. MARTZ TROlTMAJv.On the 15th vil April, by tbe same, George Mart. Jr., to Mary Tntuuata, u-jtit from near Wei lersburg. Pa. KANTNER HGRXErX. On the 13th of January, 1977, by J. D. Miller, Mr. Frank Kantcer to Miss Lydia Horner, both of Somerset Township. DIED. B CRN ETT. On tbe 10th of May, 1S77. John Van Buren Burnet, aged 11 years, 1 month, and a few days. RINGER. O.i tbe 7Uj of May. 1877. Holda, daughter of Joshua and Mary Ringer, aged 13 days. ' ftO W KttET MA m Si 1JT CutrarMa by Coos a BaaaiT. SKALBS in CHOICE GROCERIES, FLOUR V FEED, Apit. dried. Awttlr. V3 a-l.. ...... Bran. V l Bauer, f a ... Bauer, fl b (nJi) BacAoteat, ? tuutiel !, M tt Betwax. '- .' tem. situuUesA. 9 " siiirs. " coonrry btat, fl Uura. feari WW Ctorm. (tiw-fiouj fj taVitrci ... Onr aieal V a ifeii tkisa, V t.i...., FUue4 f ha.. IU ft) ........ tunc fsfr-9!eJ) ft ... Lar-LV laUacr, mi auie. f Hr - kisfc . MM!lB(, akits. Milk .-te tj w -e - I Uata. c .- rNaau-a, M r(iM.iiM, ft ... , jaj mr i ................... iwr t 01 ga; AuVkT-'nnr ::::: 2! - unwM aw w wn ...: " AtlMLwriarl wk toor. yeik V l,4irv ,.. " i"" w Hi f Tallow, a . tfarw f. orkt.K 1-. llj r, Wj,a . ....tnmim : I inaynarakJw hUoHaH mi.k S. TT- I . , . .'T .T i. . I rr r: : !ar.iri)t Honor tb ooe wuboat boaor. ! aVets AJceriitfcn. I'wji bae a law aait a Mr. wl'flitrct- JAy. a TTDITOIVS VO TtCF ! f ' T I luwiterof v..r.inmta Jotiak Saaf - T ". M. Srrk. tfc. twi .-- - w-..w..w i.ts wraiu ) Kotte. btheretef flrea that 1 win aol my a Strew i;b SI(TS tbe CTSfes of txt rtttm by mt ta tlian BaiUn on ibe.aik:.!. r t a j i Tc5 jaWu: . ilbe Cooff derate dtadfo' lis iaat . thivMduilAra. in Mira bwiint- mm b.h ; m4.aai tlit K t.i I..!.. . l i . l1 " 1 bl Aartaor. tou ie .,!. aviae aad re.i a dtrt.itii at ta fwMt r Wtk kabsaatUM AMinre,'oaTkailaytJkel4ik . .SayJaa. ,.Dr i j Xljr. Sl?. 1 - .m Kk rJi.T:l? uVT ".f"1! 7 UatriotirtJ. Treason ia its mvm M.t ixrtm. Washisi!Tx,I. O.Mut 17. 1517. RELIEF FROM oJ-PIJF.-'Sly HEAT. The roDsoiiog assurance from tbe Signal Office, tbat ft cold at e from tbe northwest was .approaching to relieve us from tbe sweltering beat with which we have lfen oppressed for some Pays, bas beea made gxod. For some thinj or lortj hour prior to its arrival we, u imagioauoa, saw tbe eallaut Chief, dressed 10 tbe mili ary toggery of a live. Brig. Oeb tiding upon and directing tbe ' wm forter" toward ice Capital, and in our agonj we cried to bim, in sup plicatory ierm, to hasten aluog, and ' Stand not up-ja ibe order of bis com ing, bat canoe at once! ' Ibe cold wave wo priCdd"d by copious rail.- falls, so thai we n w tar really Mar weaiLer a lis resaoo, and not the scorching temperature of Jnlj. Our gratitude for this change is measured by oar suflferiug fur some lime. W e bope to chronicle a cou- tiouauce of it for tbe remaioder of tbe aioDth of flowers, and for maoy dajs af er ite sua eaters the sign of tbe " Crab." the ladies' mocst vebson associa- . HON. The Ladies' Mount Vernon Asso ciation is now in annual seseioa ai Mount Vernon. Tbe members meet under happy auspices, and tbe re ceipts last year so improved tbe fi nancial condition of tbe association as to leave aa endowment fund o! 113,000. Tbe' Mount Vernon estate was bequeathed by Washington to Bushrod Washington, from whom it patssed to his nephew, John A. Washington. In lsoH the associa tion purchased from him tbe man eion and two hundred acres of land for $200,000. Since tbe purchase manr improvements have been made I to the buildings and ground with out destroying the origtoal dtstincl- ve marks. Tbe desideratum is to provide for maintenance aad repairs, so that the home sad burial place of tbe Father of bis Co on try may not suffer from decay. No one visiting tbe Capital should fail to make a pil grimage to tbe tomb of the illustri ous dead. It is but fifteen miles be low Washington, on the right bank of the Potomac. It cau be reached daily by a steamboat specially en gaged in conveying visitors. 0PERATI0X9 0F THE CIVIL-SERVICE REFORM. Public attention is directed to de velopments coonected with the in troduction of civil-eervice reform in the several departments. As yet there appears to be no clearly defined rule which is to be observed in ma Itiag appointments. There bave been examinations of applicants, and having pursed through tbe ordeal the aepiraie for official honors is iafo-ni- ed tbat he nust await vacaacy. As few die aud none resign that vacan cy is seen away off in tbe distant fu ture. We bave had the assurance tbat political influence is hereafter to bave 00 weight in controlling selec.kus. But only a few days ago tbe son ot a Western Initedbtates Senator pre seated himself tor a eumpeiive exam ioation, and it is said that he did not stand very high, but bis fit tber tele graphed the categorical inquiry : "Is tuy boo to be appointed or uot: If not, 1 wtsb to know it." Tbe young man was kept on the anxious bench no longer. He was appointed. Per sons best informed say tbat be will not be a shining light in tbe civil ser vice of tbe Government. MORE MURDERS IX THE SOUTH. As we expected, -we have belore as tbe evidence that cessation of mur der aod violence ia some of the Southern States was destined to be of temporary duration. For a timo tbe chivalry wereou tbeir good behav ior pending tbeir prayers for recog nition, but having obtained, by ma king iromise tbat they' must bave known would not be fulfilled, all they aeked, and having depot-ed Cbaru beilain in Soath Carolina and Pack ard in Ljuibiaua tbey are now ready tor a renewal of tbeir devilish outra ge. Any denunciation of tbe Chis olni tragedy iu Mississippi is stigma tized by tbe Democratic prerS as aaoiher dirplsy of tbe "bloody shirt" to stir up a new crusade agaiost the South. Tbe assassination of James Law, a colored man, residing ia East Feliciana, Louisiana, fuilows in its or der. Tbete deeda ol blood wiil thicken a tbu detn q-i grow mire and mre tecore in tbe immunity which ha beeu grauted ibem. Tbis generation will pa away before there will be freedom from pereecu lioniu portion of tbe South. THE RIGHT KINO OF TALV When President Hayes replied to Representative Gibson, of Louisiana, who was urging tbe appointment ol Mr. Urrre a naval tffier at New Orleans, tbat "as to tbe distribution of tbe oUces be most consider tbe claims of members of his own party io preference to those of the opposi tion." be enunciated a sentiment tbat will be approved by every true Re publican in tbe Union. Let this be tbe rule by which be will be guided in dispensing Executive patronage and there will be less danger of a want of harmony in tbe ranks of bis political friends. othio could be more disheartening to those who stood by him until be was finally in acgorated tban to witness tbe eleva tion of men wbe had fought bim to tbe bitter end. Tbe Republican par ty posrtsses within itself tbe materi al f t a successful administration of the Government in" all its branches. The people bave so constitntionsET djudgd. There is no good 175303 why tbeir yidtneut should B,ot be ' ir&micu. Til V5I05 Ap TOE COXfEPCBAT VIA?. As tbe day for decorating tie grave of tbe Union soldiers who fell , - io me war or me iw reDellio ap. .".".".'.'.". ;lf,'Fuch tbere Is aaimated discossioa '.''.'.Z'.'..'...;t j a to tbe propriety of making no dis Z'.'.Y.'.wl.Zliuex'ia between friend aod foe, wb:se bodiea have beea buried witli- '."'Zll'TS-. ia the same incloeare. It is held by ..... ....IU manr that tn'u triknra tr. tl. wn. w j - - w . . wvwv- ries of tbe departed should be extend- , n . 1. . 1. . . t w uc outer, at uie SUM Md the Mam hMda- T t ii araik mailt uv ei- T - : . ...i.e. I iojf tb other. Now, it 14 gJj rig-ht f ta vtit it 1'AitiMiM.t. tt.nf..t.nu r.ftj IS BOt SO HBCB a Bnaawra-! tioa tif t-ar.l l-eer !-, .a it i. .t : 1 d-, t i catri.rfLra t-.-.T1 iJ fin.lrUi, r - i - i " w i . - "... J 0 J WIS OflloOS, a 11 Sbotild er 1 . ;, . " . n1 u werc BT p.-CrWJ to SSSociSla aiib loysJtT. DltTA. e, 1 j I " ! (NEW STOR?) J, M, HOIHUM SON, In the Excelsior Mill! Building, West End 1 of Main Street, MOJXEltSET, PA. Wc have (ur tile a a full o i varie-t .ko((rn cral Mefehaailire, eoMUiInjr of : Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Stoneware, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Notions, and a Larpre and Full Stork of CLOTHING, SALT, FISH, WHITE LIME, PLASTER, FEED, Flour, etaets. ALSO a full Un of Urm Imptamcata, wt-U-h an lb CHAMPION SnWIWI AND KEAPIX(MA'HISE.s.well lad and warranted lnralle. ..I L.iaht limtt, ail tto TiuU tarl. belnx Qt-Ml of Wnmiclit Inm an.1 Siesl, nn Put Metal machine. The two lDi)lmenli ahnve naiar.r:ire ur urrat ll.rf.blr-. and p"0 whkh we KR AH aa.l B.1MKB. I we uf our cutitr f il.t u that 11 he hul to huj 10u DMmlna- itahinea, be wuuld bjjr C FI A.M pion. The Oliver Chilled Plow different Bembers. ,r cne. tw or threw hnr. Warraaied tu Laatm better, Kuu Llxhur. Eaaler on M.o and H .r. ii.-k better tu tumf Ermoil aad tura a Mure recular and erea furruw tl:ao an flow la lue. We also have on hant aol kit nlethefi'llwiD flrt-?la MACHINERY, Whirit we will warrant to tie Welt .Male sad of irnod Material, doa ood w.ira ananr oth er Macbioeff of the kind and will ak no man's money until b has siren tha m. chine a tiKftoKh tri at and 11 .alt-tt-ed with il wurk. THE EMPIRE Thresher, S?crai.r and Cleaner. S. an I M h-rr. puwer. 'THE A. B. FAROUAMR,hortthr?h er with shaker attachment. "THE BEST," Tin Hiirtt..wn Oraio and )ra- See.) iTM. THE HOOSIER lurole.IOraliiaB:ra ' Seed DnlL j THE BEST," Tuoth ilar rake. Tbe H.iicrt' wn. Spring j GOOD'S Hone-rake. CENTENNIAL l'nP MELLINCER'S Horw Hv-raUe. nillitide Plows CaMt Iron Leug Plow. Double Shovel Corn PIowh, Kejthes Sickle, j Grain Cradle. ! Fork, Shovel sud all I kind oT Plow C'aMtinxH.! Shears, Point tie. j la faet erarythlnf la the AzrienHaral Impie- 1 ateat Ita. that ia wrth keepiox-. whirh wewiU 117 ta tell a .o-li Trice9 aR will pieaf. Mr enM' mera. aa.1 a low aa Uiey eaa be had anjwhtre. AU Kindt of rrodttce taken in Ex ! fhanje, Hrh at rig. mnpU tnqir. but- j ter and e. All kim't of gr-iin, beef.' kidet, theep and calf tkin; and ttjfiaUg wool, of rthifk r ri 2,fM yiniit, fur trade or eatk. f star a STATEMENT OF THE SUPERVISORS OF SOMERSET TP., rr Ih. Tear FuSliia; April IHT7 i. I.CtinTBYlAS, r-tt. Tamflnntol di:nlleate.. t t T. aovNUit f ntklec... j ca. By v irk m r-it by aalarr iijf cs-aMrratioM. oa in. EiaaaiL, ra ToanvMtntof daplicate... jZG V T-t MftAut HtM Irja iwet aettle "t . V vu. By w-n e ult. hj eaiioeratkAa.......... H aaiary Pet-S. A,. RtvwJa. w Ml (M ?aaaKat of dtwieat. .. aim t fty work oa rutds... Ht exoaeratioaa By aaiary Per bow-Ran Bf ear naTIDASCBCIX, T.aawaat of daplirate To aaxMint fmni H'iAt . . . To Mint rrom (. Utrrm To atawant of wrier CR. By work on romls By oioaeratioci By twiary ............ ......... By orlen By balaa-c trim laat aeuHeu, Paid Aaatton, '.Jev. frPi'iri a?. i cm : l? ; st t VI tx. Ml 13 1 1 21 1 T il : t.' et Tawahf ji xai 1; Wetkeatvlersurneal Aali:orior Soaemt To, eerUfy Iheafture rtitetnen: .Neeirrt. UEII. SPANOLKE. fifcil. LU.'HrV. V 8. itfEIJ.ER. J. . MIIXLR. May a. Clerk. Anditura. A,., feSlGN EE "5 OTICE. .Nolle, ia htny 1t lkt Jae k'e(m. of Ek IJek townehc a- ueraet I... Pa ku axarfea.t- o.ary asrnnieaii of ai kit real al lern-aai ea- f tat. 1. tat. ta tr trad Cjr Iba h... at tU I. wl.. ' A 3 per tberetofw i.;etted b.uail Jac-fc ketai will make iaaoiitu tTent, and to aatna elauaa or enla . nrcatBitaeB wita oolelaT. W M . C. LI V KX fwm. Jtaj 1. Aaiane. 4akKeu, 4 SSI05EE-3 XUTICE, Kockw ta kareky irea tkat td. Ktlia gf Salw bary kunwek. iiuaieraet v. Pa , baa u.o a t-l alary aaau(Baiaat of all kta Ml aa.1 pereawal ax ial, to BM,ia tra ftw ta. beneat ut tjirelum. AU Yrw theraioea iwleiMaw Io ih akl 11. k.iw will avaae m mail Late pameat, a4 tkrew Ita-nMicaiworilenaaujwiUpreaeM Ikoai wu.a oax or lay. WM. C. I.TTEXnOull. May V. AMtwneevf tA. K.iav. )tBUC8IX By rtrtn. tt aa onler max oat of taa Cart vxmmvm rtaktt nmia, y., if.s xVrr ttaaew Amipier of Xoak kan, will tit at t a. bcaaicoa " in. i -8Jaa oearrUM real wtaw. Tht A k .rili caniraled bra niaua la flaieM ITy, kaca, r..Mi. Oartorr. Pro. Wetter aad xor. ana a two- tlr rmvt A!o-.a oncr-eaw.p.aal trwlt ark kuMa. awoa aaa tana. Tn mrta M -mjj n.n,toamwnwM. wnniewi ' y". wK aoc j ra wrew irrros ooyl tewt rruwi nUy ?K - f. PH1L.1P H. WALkf.K Xay. . - rt - - rzr . : . . ' taatary aaaMuaeat toaM.of ail baMwa.! f P"- .bweSt. af k-j e.iu-r. kar etainM imnutlMiUa www j avu BtrraM anna latnil tat 1mm ama.1 ft tw sr-iik a awl I I T oajfrat MtuaaT. Jaw ai ajfrr kas tm.mnm, mtt ' an, U77, at Ik. ftor of ! rue atirinaa. If IkearuleneBtaar M wja.i ky lHat time tkey wal fee turej ta Lttt Itu-x of aa efl-jrr a onlMtmwL .r 1 vjttji. a. xitvjtryj.i. tore ai Wareliouse X3. rns-rsccr. ACTIVE 55 - - -' STOPS ALL LE4KS. AGENT WAN r-f IN EVERY Trtvvw A mof may Viwf-M !th -r w , . , j iatnarw ttiinj u lir, Ijiuv'tHii vn -r. , n , njmil.n aa.1 r, er e"Uk ni UI n roT.. in ti. fc., ., ,,..t mart sun lihl -inail ntt TCc M EXTREMELY CHEAP' Twi W three saline. B p -n-i-rB f.--t of !. Tmt n fat. saatollwanlfi.v ili -vrtare: alt!:. u.-l -, i hJ tmlmir! iimrlw it mt- i Hu--. p.wr. a.l CrL4ut .irp.d ,,n- a bnr, i.. ;t.-ir .. . 4, ... . louf...ip. ttwlk. audaill....!,;!. .lr-..T run . ' ' -'. twari? U Pswta that aw Uack e..tiat ttr r. .'.., all uiunu awl jriKj J , OM TIM OR IRON ROOFS wit roior it Brjllr ptvfrrrvd. on enmt K-in? Mn-i r n- ,, .llectaail, rtrl d.pu fn U.TIn.1 dlaJt, ' ",n""" FIRE-PROOF NEW ROOFS Rt Kon!.-tl. but ab..a. , V p-u-Tf rr 'unJZi .ItT"" "fl .... -,.- w Mo Tar or We alo inanuf jctnrr Slate and Mirhle. Sew de.ais.-na. bmntiful colors n:atrh!nerp. r.. t::m minCT or dVroraiioa in roum. ttear m-Kms m ,.r r priim. Verr aanri.tmr f-iaot:-"w f.r t;-. r and IT. S'tt tstrn ekarv or m-tnt. n : ariUr. rVx.k of d -wirne and yrxx U! fiwwaMrd .n re ceipt jf hi cent Manin. B ' i . .' "liT"'" PAIIMT. GEO. E. GLINE3, Manf.. 8 Cedar Street. New Home reference given byJOHN L. SIPE, of Jenner X Roads, who is agent lor, and i lis the paint April 4. TENNANT, POUTER, BOYTS & CO. Sitcr5..oi- to Sfotitt'.T. l'ort..r V C.. FOU1TDBT, Machine Fo rye Works, Water Street. Opposite I. fe O. It. H Depot. onnellmllle. Pi. Manufacturers of Ilailroatl and Machine Castings, 1 K. Frogs, Switch Stands and liridlcs, Trucks, Pit Wagons, lor ries, Iran Wheel Barrows, Stone Picks, Hammer and C'hiscN, Bridge Trusses and Bolt, Plows, Plow CVting, Cede, Parlor & Hcatir S;r;33, Srass&rja Trzzs, Fezirs, ZCrr Tare, lissellanooi is Castings laflo to Onler. Muchinery of all kinds built and remurcj, at ii..rt N..i-? and Ita.naMe Term. Also on hand all kinds of Material used about Steam Engines. Oaa, Steam awl I Water Pip. FUtinjr.. fcraja Vahre,. Hr.--Wire. nai H oa a rhro April 11. B O la T S rt.E.iHE state ii.tr W. P. PEICE Ha o(rn'.! -h r m.f4t i-s '4 Aitri ;fnm; yELEGANT GIFTS TO OUR READERS. ; A CORAL JEWELRY .bj K f lri is r.i-W vm FLORENCE A' A J I JEWELMV COMNTum ..r-r-w 4 K I " toe-i. a EXTftAOKDINAK V f'J IW 4 f I OePOTUIITV COWAL J ? f I A JEWEL Fee. r.:iti . r : NICK- I V ft Li I l.CE CSOSS w atrrM. ni . -JE I I f I aa Ik tl. MBr.rj, aalM.i3nWkrft- J'mT' w f 1 I 1 orr;ca, rzsa jtwtui id. If IJ J fu- , Um.i . .1 kea ap m.r V p h rutan .'waw r, mmtM r, r t i, V. i f U bk I-,, li t.- !iy r, H , C m'thmmLT '. " "i-IJ-i. - miw r !a tm I 'I L a. Haul. MaT.ia.wir. 3 I Ala-A CORAL JEWEUtY COUPON. I J I I f 1 m fe:p t.'fot stf iw-r -ei ft w j .'.-w r e iM f mK II J IM i t W fs lit- t: .fa r .H s..it4i.;iii.f.,'-e a.- fti-mr it 11 I tmmr r HK.itsfa. al M.V f t. v( . fTtr. 1 II . " rtir -.-it!, -.,. r -y. .t. i tmrm I I 1 ( IMPORTANT NOTICE. N f t A "-"CO"LtD9PS.i 8tASTPIJ, V I i"V'it,.i.'jr NECt.ce d coss.-' ri u . sr I FLOSEMCI JEWELMV CO. if JJ V M " u wiiMiM w, nimwi. fa (a 0 f caution ! rr,-r?-.r.: ) ffS ' 'i!', W i Ui V Kir . i x airi Hu: - j 5Uiy H Kak: Ane. fti um, ani Am; ! e-r H K-ike : rin-l r i j A-r tm Ht-.. virnt i fcUftem. t-tttflff. imTUX HrUm. mmi ft.l kiiv-U ri Ui j iurakeut Uue ii ifMli, wf tae n"A :rrrt ' f::re, ft?r aTaria ri tarm b. i x .ail atvl H, eApitne Mntftol Wwnl tf WjiRw Wire. Oir 4i 1 ' 1-n atvi FtcU m-it. The t&nv a H;Ter "ru l-I 4 -f Pkrw will io lf ;mtJ in pfk. kmr sti vy H 7 ? uC4 it the - iCt Mi wjig Ma' btRfft; eitn prt f-T St) M-hiir il rr mi br5. vi.it U-r iavert m in tQTtr.t. ' On iii. )ei- their Ktiea:o iw perjl!f ca:lri. 172 Federal Street, Allegheny, Pa. EAULES HOTEL, Corner CANAL and CENTRE St., Near Broadway, N$y YORK. 414 f!4 S2 53 Per Z17. fVyAiSl Ahi.a 4m a Hi JpUDLIC SALE. tty rtireetlor 'Jt ae Ca.-t of Omowa PIa S 5Vaaenet tj.. Ha., tke anlerriM At:e t i nre Afkernkan, will mil at yafelje iaie, mi j FriJiJ'l Ju ne 1 V i 1 rmwj, onus ij, -., I at 1 cVk p. ai.. ea arerjuw-. at tae re- tfl-nr. ol fiwe A'i'maa ia UJ""-'ii j Tap. toe f l.x 0' rill real etai. : : f ). i Tbe bt.int-ria'l iira, w.nl.x: ..-1 " i a.-rea. a:nate In UaemaiKaiifir tep. a:! e,.ai.i ;io4iairlu caunatjoa. ink I 1 .jwra. sowt. wwl-oviw, or-liart aa-l T-n rrt . -r" ' k tamvia. rl ,nm StJteSO btti, t ery V1 A tiactof kl til ax Ska-ie atTp a.- UM " a wil. rier. lr yrae wrae- ; ' "n- "' - iihoert 1. Tenat tule kc.'ww Uar of aale. AbiiAUAX LA Cr.ET. May . Atitv- PATENTS FEE REDtfEI. EttinCnK VA. pjitent I fftt Pee 420 la alTaaec baiaia-. t wirftra wnwch4 alter j:nt vV.ti tvn aa I exaatiaaltua Ire.. Pateata St 1. J. VANCE LEWIS.. CO... a.- f t. . . wnys VIWTOK S NOTICE. law v("TareH hr.lnx f'ja.t A- Jlt -f t trnnmna' i "-cor, tf r-rsjrrt iStmm'j. texa!BA.wliM chriUMs 4 ti rnxmU tr ift.r-a fy th hMn. uvl Make titrit- vo ' f tmmi 4 i A.lmuZkinl J-n T SkiC&A, dsr1.. to atvi aarje tfc hLXtj tmnt U(4 ik iff. mvat w brrrrj rtrn lit; 1 ' m ta4 bv tkw UWM 94 -ma ufrtrwifitt-i'-ar . my ft-, ta yowrm. m Fntaj. :D im.r 4 Jit.'. Mil, VM Mi VhT ail yXTKat MtefTfH Bt MJf-kVi. T'tSfB. trr-.t. fl. MEGAHAM 4 STOKER I BMcviry ktlvn era ot .(.'Mif.iT, taat tkrt an maaro t ua. r iV "VOTICE. kmby-i .iiaJ -.lJ.krrtka aut m IS er M Idut: ' ltr. ulrV. I a .ramM kw '- trrn wi r- !.-. of ar.irovf iaa4 nimtit is uyeie. T'p. a-aaenet ecwa-7 P . tvl-'-rj j-" , dtr.'-taa p:er. Joe S?Eg'.er. aa eciera !3tarr!. aes a a am t-WSf sr. ... ..11 3vm 2 Tilsj'Jaj. mm !. 1 ft t- l-n f ih .1.1.. b mU t, l,ti ni-aiwtfv. aL4 latiajr ,.k h "P'Ji. i- it Mpant- l i.jt. CfC'rvta "' " "S Ta. V !! i.-r y - r-n a. , , p , ,'.tni 1 ft., I" f. lutMrm ..( ,1,5, i, , f.lt rtn .fc.r.- Iil-.,.!ih. ,atvn rt aml- rwi -lair r....r unl it u in la. i ft. . an.) ic prvtj Ualitciluf Ita. I . at ww-' ,ad !u cvrt. Gravel Used MANTELS. w,rH' To-t k tlf the priee of white kid. twO ''.TT' k." '''"' i U y. ra pant,. A' I. I n,H r-rin k ....av. r,l bv ctih- p-.fret :., .wi.uu?,. A' r o p..l. .kak -f or t,.-i ,lnr, ,,!rkl . rlZ? an-i oe-..tl Lata. 4m:. card York ETC. tapkr iors.ui THIS. A Saf, Bur and Chap Dvvt'Oyvr of th POTATO - V .BUO,: OUR PEST-PfvriPOISON. r.;a r rr it mym mmt a W aMia. W. hill I to m m W. n m V. ,mm w4 m 4 A. CanM 4 m w .1. Oht.1 ta. vttm. aAAAaf Mlf 4L WAX4.I. a Itm S2G0.3C3 W"J!a :f Plilsl trJlT. F W1 Wwiil ?!. hUW. ft!l WrTflf aft 'iV. . . PUtcl. 1 tw rM Mu Sieee btxr' ; 1 fiasir KnraTt f-r Hmtxm: n P-'Uaiei -t . I et A-w'.hTM SiOMix i Vk rl-lHif H.om. 1 Krkrr.-t Hnl r'otrT h n-r, t A-nnyk ii utt. with 1 Lsetfnl Khr.fr. Mrkl -KneHf' !!, Ai-ttjn iiie ?rarf Hxt, Mifl wih '!. 1 Sj.a;iJ Hi-rM Hi P a. 1 rt L)k Jrt awl h.4 Pia avl Yrr" Msaw' K Jn ttt f' i'i. 1 ltl' Jet St. tr.mnA. m baryirr- Laf tf-t-. pti' r- 4&ul L rs-.rre Uistavil Hi. i;ariLftal Uft .N-vli-rt1. I pair Lsvl sr AimhTtt S"f JUr '1rv. utli vita lt-r' irrr mm- J-t h"--'tX, 1 Faar rf Kin-t vl LTra Wvh C'hAJn. Tkt t'.wr 'or it tmzitn A Jij ,wtt. TV., p" yal i , m mmy lece ?m tt.tm.-m U r W es. v i xhm um u vtv X.-erT Th' f't nf H-ni.f b rjni- b.r t-'- "P. Tj- kjIaX. -A sv. St.. Kiv Yffc. ilii f&:'-Mm Wr mfmmAJ, fai.r vn4. mml iSt-r;t7 Tr.i!i! o at nr.r isn lv ity. -.V.Y. iuj to 4, '!. m ;. ItllSTAURAXT UK IKEAM ft IIjDO.V X H. P.H forfpj tu frtrU aaH tfce pMi- mkvniir Tjtat k lu kwnp-l rm er Sjert inut IT. U1 tsV UaBTaa Hm',n-x. kta tA-re 'jfMnae. Hrit-rrn mmt i. rvjv ivm. Ue s&rr c iaI i ti tiav eafc. p. vivu rhe,' T wr iDaA. hri ajvi m tfti krmi UtT H ul Urm ia the J'rs BUrk HM v rrn b- c j rvywri la aii s-l &4r Vttk it'j"4 Vmrf mj Wlatfittf. Zmum mny 1. jkSiT'Yon. TiNNia. f it Bart war -loaieT for lb New Staadard EnamelerPrejerT ing Kettle, M vie mf rr tlje -nJ-H 5laao&rarioa . pitt.l-a.-.P. i-rTj mttut mtt f Ira. warrswW nl xttrtHitta wA to --n'-. a awy lel. ar--a3j .arpt.n varr.aat e.T. Xay. PATENTS. T. A. I.-tuM. iels of ratat. t t.,U.t-. S jratewo an yoT. Sewl 1m C.w-w-Ua AfJiilS. lyoar o&(yer'k;akM Saarj.Ua wvel ? 10 PilCu !m ST!. Col, P -r-.aia. pXF.crTORS OTICE. 1 t.-e tmrnti Own. late of BtiUk jw Tv. rijitti Co itirmil. Iriser. ietair) ry oa too aearr. r.irt-"l v. to. mmttrrtjamt aulft-:i. a .ae paywon aaaMb. MI ;ao. ,:tij aatfca-iwrali t Kt!etBM aad I1MIJII1..1 JW.. tt... liE-Viis i.tr. EjK-a7S. May i:cr The aw.ri-J lf.Of" arwke. U eWw toe im tr a wrw eiotww J .XrV-l S.. o rr. rt Ta Wni'I w.wiat taey w:.l acta utae iatjaoof tfcew o.aae oa rkweoiay T-f Jaeoet. waje 4 pencn afer rjo wvl taer Of ft. C5r-T, yj It . i E E3 AC K tX. ay." bur.'rn. .aincwrz. iarlc prtn r. ft at'.OVI ki.t. m tit m,tm.mm i. ena&e to ntaaa aaoaeH ttt '.aha iia -Jw