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j Company U wti piJ off fin MotuWcv- ..Jane II, 1T. ...a The people of Berlin and vidiiitv will celebrate tbe coming t'outlhof-Jnlr. - Xo (wins will be spared to make H a grand Miceesa. Tbe Somerset Dairy Comp&uy Uiued over a ton ot bulltr from ibis place last j week. Tbe greater part of it tat to llie Jialliniore market r ' I Tine tables- :-r OlIIO B- -ilTlUI Bi ptTTSBVBOHDIVISlO' ' ,ft ft" mll"ws Tbe ground was t.uod to be KMla wiib Iroul by early riria r-oUurrlay murtung. Small Iruil, ciit-Uliloa, aJ...:.."iaiik'a ; tilings" niiiuu-il severely. - i A pKl coaling rain fell ia this locaVuy I Thursday night nJ Friday morning, c ft V I was very uiiMh nwdert and there -are mil- , lions in it" for toe Liters of tbe roil wrT. avii- MAIL. r, s-' .. u.itimirt , KMT Vot V- i liu-ha""' jr"""" ! giliar 11 : :it S1 p. m. sua. aa. ; 4i I', m " 4iT. " .: " :u " J:1T e:J Tim 14 xatamtei BtltiBorl' . ...ha?irh time. f.rtwf ; . TTTlMTrt rtltsborgh at I I 1. M, arriving llsvllle A- 1 im' PrttB! 1- Express leaves at janwr.. M., lUt- -rr.7.m route ta tie Eaut "V,, ll,5J". iaV. . : b-lUr, 9.10 M " ... 1 10 a. . i Jiiart." j During tbe beavy wind and rain storm tbat prevailed in these pan$ Tbursda? night, a freat many Truit aud hiiado tre wtre blown down in and about this town, ' " ' buort aerniuub are pmmlar these dy and to judge Horn fcliu congregation ana croaacu lUorouIilarcs ot Sunday ev eninps one sermon a tlay SMflice very A band of gyiies have oeea campin j in tbe wood a bbort distance east of town for tbe past few Uaya. . A great litany of our juveniles and yuite a number of othen visited their camp iSunday atta rnoon and eveninz. Abotu half-past ten cWk Ust Tu.Jay DKroBATiux DAT AT broiMTovrs. Iu j Tba tjouuty Coinsiisaloner'i olike baa with th nroffranime nrevious- i been sroaliy improved by a fresh coat of lowine ttlieram : i ly adopted to decorate the soldiers' graves, paiut, fresh paper on tbe wall, and a bran, j 'Johnstown. June 3L JSTO. Va ca2- i the procession was promptly formed on tne : spun. canter new j te oi Kausouiuie oa fted, bound and robbed of about eighteen ! diamond, at o'clock, p. ni.. in the follow-: the ceiling; tralisfornung it from tba din- lag order g'esi nuu giouiuicM iu w uj uwii 1st. Soldiers, fconuaaDded by Captain House to the most pleasant and cheerful. Adam Grim, assisted by Lieutenant t'has. The ceiling is finished in the highest style II. Ferner, and Orderly fergeatil C. W. of tbe art; audit yon don't believe h, & Iu ph. I in and see for yourself . the next timo you 2d. Committee of yostng tedies and ! g to tbe Cuurt House. , It is hardly ne gentlemen, with wreaths and bouqueW, j crssary to stata that the work was done by including tbe choir, under the eltlcient fDivis B.-othcrs, House, Sign and Frcscot duvction of Prof. Wm Brubaker. ! Painters, whose cinl is to be found in the !: Children of. tbe different Suadav-. first column ut tbU mtier. e would stiir- ?"!''" '"' " rifib Avrtioe nl Smltb- ttVw!itTH: Tkk,"u, t 5l h v i'm" n Juon'"""', . w i stf iT. a B B. k iaAi-roii aiio- 1 -j, .liar M U- ,: ",u' W'U " yaBKR- (MaUtratoaaaJly, E- aaaiva. k o p. m. I(.a. .11 : a. I is oo m VIM P. , ltd P- P- m- PW" tMt f,i ftumftt Wait... lit g4i;Wa. ton W Vatt.. lUtrie- sit "irwz. j!KnDK in liU a hornet, vrog ft"T i' fpid'MiiK-. a Ka,U 111 st C. X- n"-vJ's-Jl:c r" l'vt receiveil a 11 set. IliLJ-ae picture lran.is at Boyd a. U.iX '.mi au- covered with blobsom. Fn:-;L "l-!u1y is the nut legal holiday. Uair kafing is not one of the lost arts. hi its is lcing a fashionable drink. Mtfttiiix? ar in perfume; call at C. S a I prepaid l "nM'rt her by uioun-iKaiiOt," !irfiitii' i" 15 cents at C. N. B-jcs intmati aire worn with Mufurt Fri C. X Hull has juat received a ft k of Urt waf pt"iny holders are still negligent . niicg ilitir pavcuicms. Uht ud see the new styles t-f ilox fisstt'.X. fioyd'- Darir Bw. are tbe cheapest Sign Pu:tiis Wrttirn Pennsylvania. i: t want to eo a titJiing buy your E. Hods. Lines, Baskets, Ac. ol C. VB-vl TU lst ti!ce t buv White Lead. Oil, j Vrtah. Paint ic, t livers & IiarneU, JnnNMiN's lifctT." Try a sack or I vtt. ol it. w t cuarantee good bread. Cook &. BKEkiT. ii on hand the Oliver Chilled :.s vii! rriaiis at livers A liarnett. v!. Pa. Iii4w-mJe Buttoned Gaiters, tkd. oc!r l 00, all other work in pro- ran tt Park Trenta What a glorious rain to retri ibig tk. If the farmer's heart bjis mt been tnade glad there is no use having turn.ers. The relreshing showers appear to have "been general ail around os. And tbey all went down into the ground, tbe fleHi and gar dens tell us. lias anybody jt i thanked Him who sect them. He got up feeling heavy at heart, with- out knowing the Pause. He wvnt to tbe back door, and there ho saw tny carden. the pride of bis wakin liotifs itnd tfie sub ject ot his dreams, looking like an editor's ottire. lie sat down on the door ttt-p and uj : . i'all aid wurlaul tna:a oraeD, The atlat an thew . I koep a La "' Among other features f the reunion to be held on the 2(1 inst., we understand a large dancing platform "will m erected in the lower pari ot the Court House yard, by the Silver Cornet Band. The Cnd will furnish choice dancing music, and all who m ili to indulge in this kind of amuse ment will have an opportunity of dob)E so. .-'.-" Any of our farmers w ho would like f.i see some fiue wheat tiiu do so by calling on us. Mr. IVter DnrnlwaM, lateol Meried, Californi . left with ns a sample of as fine wheat m we ever saw, which he brought with bint from his Western home. He also g ive us a "shiner," iu the ahae of a twei.jy dollar gold piece, in payment for subscription. Woman's Wisdom ."She imtisU. that it is more imixirtante that her family shall 1 tept in full health than that she Miould have all tbe fashionable dressis and styles of the limes. She therefore sees ta' it, that each member of her family i supplied with enough Hop LJitlti . at the firt ap pearauce ot any ayniptoru of ill health, to prevent a fit of sickness wiih its attendant expense, care ant! cnxietv. All women should exercise their wisdom in tbij way." -IK". We take the following lro;n the Peoria t ills. Daily I'ranteripl, of the 2d inst.: The address of Professor S. U. Treut, delivered before the ll'd IMibon Society last evening, was emphatically one of tbe very ablest, most eloquent and convincing arguments against the legalizing of liquor sales ever delivered in this city. It was listened to with profound attention by a most delighted audience: ho wish moM sincerely to lu'ar from Brother Trent again. hundred dollars. Government money, at aa early hour this morning. F. B. Gil bert." "Mr. Scull immediately started for Johnstown, by the overland route. The actual amount stolen was $l,8ao. The following is a reliable account of ; th4 rob berrt: i ' .- I j j 5 Perhaps Iho; boldest Jobbery thai was ever committed iu Johnstown was success fully perpetrated in the cilice of Deputy Collector 1 . B. Gilbert, on Franklin street, alxut a quarter after six o'clock yesterday morning, when th:it Government ollicer was seized from behind by two marked men, while writing at his disk , then bound and gnzged, aud the safe, which he had opsutduuly Ux Uiuuincs prior 4ie assault, TiiUbod of Ix twoi n . djjiilect and nineteen liucdretl dol'ari. Mr. Gilbert, as is his custom, went to Lis ofllee ut six o'clock. He savs that he open ed the door leading to his room and left the key in the lock on the outside. He thee, -went flircetiv lo hil iafo, which stands hearlr opposite the euttance. ou the other sidq m Uw 1 rii, u ned the heavy door, and deposited in one ct the drawers a large leather wallet containing between fl,700 and ? 1,800, which he car ried to tbe hotel with him the previous evening. He then turced to his desk, which stands behind and about two feet to the right of the safe, and set to work on his books. Not more than five min utes had eUpscd until he heard footsteps coming up the stairway leading to his of fice. Presuming that two brewers were coming to renew their supply of stamps, he gawrrio bowl U the ft3:epv cil not tarn h:t head wlicu tba dr ofKuvd, ana ouly looked around when the men had reached h:s side. In another moment. and before he could give the alarm or de fend hims..-ll in any way, his arms were pinioned behind his b&rk and he was thrown to the lioor, while schools the girls in front bearing flowers gest to Chuicu Trustees, School jiircct on, . J. 11. tnydcr ana oiuer parties Having puouu uoiiuingi X irrison & llro.'s Cough Syrup tttitiaxul. and eel something cood. . Price moderate. ft. SaJier. Oculist and AurisU No. 256 ati'tcat. I'ittiburch, Pa. Eve, Ear, wr tJ Catarrh specialtiea. H s Buttoned Gaiters, stitched, double a:'riie, warranted never to rip, as ft , t 1'arkeb Teejst's. kSnxnd AJventiats Lave fixed on fc-A.if July as the time tor the cen- jJjic us of all things terrestrial. uA m prices of Nails, Iron, Glass, 1W 4c. before nurchasine else- Byen A; liarnett, Somerset, Pa. rricc at afford to con- a I" ix in the --Wrrirtare tctling to ":t 'jriaary monals can s : the erioinient ol a. :t:ure. 1 PufTKa. Vow h the tin to vnKiiiF t, 2iu pounds ouly Cook & BEKHITt. ,t ""iwbaum's to buy your car- . 1'iasotjiM relveU, consiUne r' lUafe Hemp, Bag. Suir and ""::-cl;La. "- itiiinr alaoder a crime has Imd m !U Oeorgia Lt cislature. If .. '." in Penuylvania our iU.. ,T ta P'"d lo accommodate . - 'aoioi a iirst class suit; vt M included. Yw. ,.r t.. it... 'Wbam.l ll.lfl i .... MacktIei Lake Her sfl1"0 Price lomer in inn market. Cook ic Bekrit. ' aayi that a "sensib man seek witut ti nun tn ' tUtair r.. . I,',.. , A aeighUchood arranging naa W Hit from ibis woild. atieauun to u,u Indi.na msn t .L "1 it Iu:t IA aiTiueni ocviirrcu nu c:r siieeii llie other day illui.tj-ju.ivc of the advantage ol keeping the vcments well stocked with game dogs. A little girl was passing along the pavement w itb a favorite kitten in her arms. Two of these overgrown, pointers, setters oi "sooner" approached hr wiih denionntrations that so triclitiiunl her that she dropped the kitteu which was seized by both dtgs and literally pulled in two in the presence of its mistress an outrage lu at pleads migtilily the cause of the much haled dog Kisoner. . ; When the Court House was creeled twenty-seven years ago, a ucl was in serted in the front wall, immediately above tbe front door tor the date ot erection, Ac, this panel remained blank nntil Monday last, when Messrs. Davis Brothers painted on it the following inscription t ' "Built 182. by Samuel S. Benson." The letter ing is first class in every particular. The Davis Brothers are building up quite a reputation as sign or ornamenlal puinters. In short, they cannot lie excelled for good work Vtytrtuln'r Vnmitttrriil. Enrroit Hkkai.d. n the olli .'uy ot June tijUHil-. of from two to twenty men were to be seen taking their way towards the tairu of Mr. John H. Snyder, iu Stoay creek toweshin. wheie there as to lie a barn rairing. Bright and early the found ation timler were laid, and alien the bell sounded for breakfaat over oue hun dred men broke tor tbe house, where they found the tables loaded with everything good in the line ol eatables. Alter break fact the f un commenced in earnest. Duck ets full of delicious beer m ere on hand; and the party were treated lo some clog and jig dancing by Jim Say lor. Jim. by-the-way, is a prize hand at a raising, for his grip is -10 pounds to tbe square inch. All hands were treated to a splendid dinner and sup per. When finished Mr. Snyder will have the bo barn of Stonycreek. O..HKO. Khitou II En alo : Inasmuch as public interest is increasing in fact, becoming quite enthusiastic in the ma'ter of the forthcoming Iteunion of the 10th Itenerves, a tew items in relation thereto will doubt less be in place. Tbe Executive Commit tee met at the Somerset House, on Satur day evening, the 7ih inst., and transacted much important business. 1 ue Secretary was authorized, instructed and directed to invite, in behalf of tbe Ex. Com., Co. C, llKh Uegt , N. G. P., together with the band of said llttb Begt., to participate in the jroposed festivities on the CGth insL Also, to issue an invitation to tbe Queen City Band lo be present with ns on said occasion. Alex. Huston was authorized and instructed to contract for and purchase tbe lumber for the grand ornamental band stand. Captain Scull and Major T red well were instructed to pun. base the ribbon for tbe necessary badee. Captain Scull in formed the committee that he would write lo the Captain of the Connellsville compa ny, and urge the attendance of bis comiia ny. A committee on poles was appointed, consisting ot tbe following named persons: Alex. Huston, Frank Posilelhwaile, Wm, Lint, Bruce McGriff. Hex. Zimmerman, John Snyder, Samuel Kanter, Ed. Baer, Ed. Cot! roth, Frank Cooper, Edmund Cummins, Josiah Saylor. S. Pifer and L. Pifur. The above committee w ill please t ke notice that teams will be reaJy on Friday to proceed to the woods to haul in the poles. A couimiuee on a programme was appointed, consisting of the following named persons : Mj. Tredwell, Captain Scnll, Cpt. Harrison, H.G-. Cunningham, W.W.Davis, and Co!. John U. Edie, member tr-tJttri-. And now conies tbe Committee, ol all committees the most im portant tbe commissary committee. Thu? committee has entire charge ol the com missary department, together with all arrangements ap)erta:ning thereto, and consists of the following named persons: William Schrotk. Jacob Kimmel. Captain Harrison. H. U. Cunningham and George 1L Taj man. tugciber wiih the following named Udie : Mrs. General Koontx, Mrs. Jas. B. Tredwell. Mrs. II. G. Cun ningham, Miss Sidney Post leth wall. Miss EllaKiwmel. Mrs. VVUliam Foust, Miss Kate Snyder. Mrs. YA. McDowell, Miss Olive Coffroth. Miss Mollis ScheU, Miss flora Sch rock. Mis Anna Parker. Mi Annie Kimmel. Mis Rebecca honser. and Mrs- Daniel Horner. On the above named commutee we will depend as to quality ; and quantity ot provisions, and as W the tnelnod of serving said provisions, u c lor the result. 1 am in ( A I.AH,:K TWt'.TED CLOTIL . , , was at the same time piss-.d twice round the lower pr.n of his lce and knotted on his mouth, and his wri.-ts were then se curely lied uuder his knee-! w ith a small strong cord. The men left him lying uoubied up on his right side on the floor, passed quickly to the- safe, opened the drawer iu which the precious wallet had been p';tecd. tried the other drawer, which was l.i. mutely locked, and then, withuut eudeavii to force it, they hastened from the i :ii, locked the door behind them, and -re heard by their victim go ing . hr,j .Lrs Willi a leisurely., carulcss tre;il, M it IQev hid been to lal tiSice ou a legitimate iMisities.-) errin-1 and L id no causa lo shrink Itoru the scrutiny l any honebt paer-by. Mr. Gilbert says tb:it he lay on the floor about twelve feet from the entrance and seven or eight feel from the sale. He looked at the men carefully and tried to recognize Jhem; but could not. Oue ot tliem was ot medium height and the other scveial inches Uiier. . They both wolvold d tk c'i tl.in j, short sick couts, auu slouch ed bat, such as mechanics or carpenters might wear at their work. Their hats were palled low over their foiehoad.-, and ' each of them wore a Uoubied handkerchief, over his lace, the lower corner reaching below thu chin, aud uuiy the eyts beiug visitjle. 1 hey did not oiler tt) strike him, aud their treatment was no roueherthan the circumstances required." As soon us they lelt Ins tunS.; a de?perale attempt lo free himself, but they hau dotje their work well, sad his struggles only caused the thin cord to sink deeier into the llcsh ot his haii-.Is and wrists. The cloth bc-iaj. KNOTTED IX 1USMOCTH, I'EEkvm , n n sJ "f l-posraoce oi the butter rikC; . preparataini "ng butler. Barrei. f Maple Su- m -a. . -'.luaupe ior goods. lOOK A JiKEinttl. . f'FacT.-A We Pro s riUiB rpl are to day ' hit ' 1-V'rru or dii- th. 3 nult oi ee dia r.! rf intelligent and iit." pUsn tKn. -" d tisetaWs as V. .""' no eood reaikia have no fears -jac'..111 !y thiow aside ore-' atructed to say that the parlor of the Soro- -5 jjj' " ae tne soviet- oi tW House are at iu mposai w " ir"SttJ? Wend, and Uy one mis-wry coauuUie. Jn a lew days I will "? rtii," Flower. Vmr aend posters out over the county and !- r tha f""1- Million ot hot-1 where; those receiving Hum will please V h i . QleiDe have Iw-n ct-i- mj itn In MiKninuini tikti. And CO "rZriJirlw" atiitatiiry M every body come to tbe Kcunir, and Wvl7.e- "'ou can bnv a we II have a ood old fashioned time. Jt 10 to trv. Tli'l)i.a't Tnrvotthe dale. June 20. 1S70. td v. me word iu Oil th Wm. SlERfKT, Pa June 8, 1179. ' Chas. IL Ushkk, Sec Ex. Com. he was uoabk- to remove it by ruvJ'ing his tare backward and forward over tbe in; ting. and owing to the peculiar position in which he had been tied he could not pound with bis feet ag-iinstthe floor or make the slightest n use in any way. Finally, it striking him tint Mr. A. D. BrinKer, w bos-c grocery is umlcruea'h the ollice, must fooa o.n.e lo vn n out, be ct-asd his stroilglcs for iilicrly and begun slowly to edge himself along the door in the direc tion ot the entrance. About the lime that he reached the door he heard a noise in the room below and kne that Mr. Brink- er had arrived. He then U-itm a lively kicking anainsl the door, which was dis tinctly heard by the gentleman whose at tention it ox-am tc,.a;iiRct.. but te paid no ket-d to the noit-?.. hiiiklng it wus made by someone working in the room above. Mr.Gi!lert ws almost disheartened. It was now nearly 7 o'clock, aud the tide ot business and travel was once more mov ing steadily on, vet he was a prisoner iu his own ollice, and the robbers must every moment be getiinir. further out of the reach of pursuit, A tew minutes after seven o'clock he agnin heard loolstcps on the stairs. They stopjicd at his own door, and w hoever it was listened for a moment to the TIll'MI'I.NO AGAINST THE 1'ANF.U, and then, probably being unable to account for tbe noise, and not erring to investigate, turned short about and went away, and the prisoner was domcd to another half hour ol mental aud physical agony. At tbe en J ol that time Mr. Charles Slurr, a tobacconist, parsed into the hall-way and np tbe stairs to buy some stamps for use in bis business. He heard the noise Mr, Gilbert was making, and finding tbe door locked but the key on the outside, he turn ed it and pushed Vie dour open. He was so terribly frightened when he saw the condition the deputy was in that for sev eral minutes he was completely unnerved and unable to rendrr nny msistance. He tried to untie the cord and unknot the cloth, but his hands trembled so violently that lie could not. Finally, in his search about the room tor a knife, he found a pair4 sciatwrs, by means of which, the victim a Immediately released. " MrrOiltvrt's forehead as fcruistd and swollen from his Lead coming in contact with the legs ot the desk during the strug gle w hich immediately toliowed the as sault, and the skin w as scraped off the right cheek bone while he was edging hiiiiscll over the matting. His hands and wrists were also much swollen. hich caused Lira ft great deal of sulTt-r-inj. No clue to the thieves his yet Uen dis covered. Goon Books von the People. Peo ple w ho delight in good books are rejoic ing in tbe good work being done by tbe ! Aiiekican Book Evi hani.u "" Bet-kman street. New Ycik. Ev . introducing the plan of publisliii and selling books direct to purchasers, instiad of giving the large diacounts usually allowed to dealers and agents to sell lor them ; by w orking on the basis of the present cost of miking books, hith is about one-half w hat it wa a ti-w years ago, and by printing rerg hirgt idilimi, which also greatly reduces the cost as compared with small editions, they are able to furnish books at prices hich. to most people, seem truly aston ishing, but w hich they say are only rea sonable. They publish as follows : Chamber' Cyclopedia of English Liter titre. 8 vols, lGtuo. Price, complete, paK.-r. 52 00; cloth, T:J 00; half mor cco, (4 To; hall morocco, bound in - 4 vols, f 3 73. Itollin's Ancient History, l.lfrj double column pages, large type, tivo cloth, 1 2"i : library sheep, ii 73. Josephus" Works, translated by Whiston. 1,1)12 double-column pages, very large type. 8vo cloth, i 00 ; library steep, 50. Arabian Nights, large type. 12mo cloth, 33 cents. . . Bunyan's Pilgrim' Progress, .very Urge type, 12mo cloth, 50 cents. Ilobinson Cruso, large type, 12 mo cloth, 55 cents. Baron Munchausen, cloth. 50 cents. From the above remarkably low prices a discount ot 10 per cent, i allowed to those ordering before June 1, and an ad ditional discount of 10 per cent, when or dered in clubs of five or more copies, of either book, or to tbe amount of (10 00 or iiKirf lec.f J from the list. Pages giving specimens of type and tell particu lar, are sent free on request. Superintended by Messrs. and E. Swank. 4lh. Citizens. At 0:30 the procesaion marched to the Odd Fellows' Cemclfry, proceeded by Chief Marshal J. U. llile: martial music under control of J. 11. Custer: color car ried by Win. Wilson. t "Scap" is a veteran who always loved the old Gag, and carried it upon tins occa sion with a steadiness and soldierly pride that tended lo inspire each heart afresh with devotion to the emblem of our Na tion. On arrival at the cemetery, the Marshal introduced and showed the object of the exercise in a short but nuat address, lollowed by a beautiful and impressive prayer by Kev. J. S, Wagner. The choir then sang the National air "America," after which an oration was delivered by liev. J. F. Strayer, which was remarkably appropriate, and contain ed many line sentences and comparisons of nations, ancient and modern, wiih reasons why these memorial ceremonies should le kept alive. After again siuuing, the graves were de corated, the name, company, and history of each soldier leing given, 1 he proces sion ihcn moved to the grave yard west, ol town, where the ceremonies were opened by a very solemn and behuing ir iycr by Kev. 1. J. Wtkh, lollowed by sinking by the choir; and, after decorating the graves here, the procession moved to the grave yard cast of town, where the ceremonies were opened witn prayer by flt-v. Strayer, followed by singing. "At this ioint the Key. J. B. Shoup arrived, aud was called upon tor an address, w hich he promptly delivered,- in aa olThand but masterly manner. , Having been there hltmelf" he knows the history ot the soldier ; and, while he, like tbe other ministers end sprakc-rs, advocate peace in eloquent terms; believed also in honoring the fallen heroes, who lought to secure peace and the unity of the nation. The graves at this place being then decorated, Ut-v. J. J. Welch, at the request ot the Marshal, thanked, in his usual pleasant manner, the dutercnt persons who took an interest in the pro ceedings. 1 he exercises were then con cluded by singing tha doxvlogy and a ben ediction by ltev. Shoup. Much honor is due the committee a- i pointed to prepare the wreaths, etc., and especially the intelligent and patriotic young ladies, who deserve more praise than we have the ability, or the room to bestow, for the taste and eflioieucy dis played in their work. Sixteen graves were decaratod, including soldiers of the Kjbellioii, the Mexican War, the Blackhawk War. and the, K-jvo-lutionnry War, embracing that ot Daniel Stoy, a Hevoltttionary soldier, and founder of this town. ,. There was no attempt to ni iko any iuc b?ss parade, or empty show; but the tar nest and ctllcient manner in which each division of the proceseion did their part, and the well chest n language, as well as music used, thronih thu entire ceremony was as beautiful as it was appropriate. ' ' . . - M. V. Soiuizu, Noah Bowman, Arc. Hektlev, Committee. j in charge, that they are particularly inter : ested iu the kind of work, and should not fail to cxsniine the job here mentioned. . TliSia( l't!. . Ourracted by CouK h Ssuu-ia. etALKEa is CHOICE GF.CCTMES, FLCt'R A FEED N W J l YER TISSUES TS. RETORT Or TUE LEGISLATIVE COMMIT TEE A COSTLY IXSTITI'TIOK THAT IS OF 11TTLP. TSK. - IIabbtsuuro, Jun9 5. Tie follow iag la tbe report of tbe committee to investigate the PeDQs'vIv&tiia State AgrJcu!:uraI College, preseuied to the House of KepreBcntativeB yester day bj Mr. Ackerly : la submitting tbe evidence tie cammittee beg leave to report, as the result cf their iavestigation into the affairs of tbe Pennsylvania State College, that while the evidence does not show aetaal fraod or disclose corrupt tainsgement of the funds re ceived bj ttuid institatiaa, yet your committee are of the opinion that the testimory does coauectedly indicate that the insulation has beeo very badly managed ; tbat tbe location is a verv undesirable one; tbat tbe building U entirely nosaiud for tbe purpose for "vhicb it was erected ; tbat tbe Bgriculioral department, which was intended to le the leading ebjee: of tbe icsti'.utija, Lai never been a success, and tbat tbe State bas never received, and is not now receiving, behtfi:a at all commeucu rate wiib tbe amount of money wbicb has been appropriated to said iosiitau.iu by tbe United States and this Sio'.e. We also find tbat ibe Cosgress of the United States graDled U ibis Sra-a 7(1 flOO acrca of liicd. which by bad management, celled tbe Stale only $139,000; tbat tbe act of (Jon greas granting this . vast amount of land required tba; tbe proceeds tk ere ct should be used Ly the biate nam Iy in tbe interests of agriculture and tbe mechanical arts; tbat tbe interest accruing from this tund, in addition to some $100,000 approprraud by tbe State Legislature, is used and controlled by tbe trustees of said Ag ricultural College; tbat in addition thereto the trustees aforesaid sold tbe bead" of the State, beario; six per cent, interest, dated February 2, 1812, calling for $500,000 and facing due 50 years from date, from wbicb the said trustees derive a rcvenie of $30,000 annually. Your committee find the evidence discloses tbe fur ther fact that the deeds for al! tbo freehold belonging to said Pennsyl vania Stale College, including tbe experimental farms, are held by tbe aforesaid trustees, not in trust for tbe Commonwealth, but for tbe aforesaid trustees and their sutces- Apples, I1mI, V Ap)4e'Hilter, f1 pal -.. Bran. $1 KO fr hctiar, $ (kmc) Buucr, V a (rtU)... B-Jcuwtieal, p bushel " . ntoal, ilfi E.:n,iwtti, fl J li fh'tiMrr., fi 1 " eiJw. " 11 country btr9, ft Cora, oaf ! lnal lions, (ttiolW) if lucbrl Cora iual V t, Coil skuu. a. ......... ......... t-ixs, r 'iw MtHir. W t.M Flaxaa-i V Wl- t Hama, (ruar-can-:) V Larl. ft k Lat aer, rod ao'.a, 1(1 a 0.;wr " " up. " .MUV.tuwc. an-titi'i l'W&a..,.. flats, V 10 PuUUei,?l ba Peochea, dried, V a R fl K.ojs, Salt, S'o. 1, ?! MiLsxlra Umod Alum, per lack..., " Aalitoo, ir ck..... Saxar, valkm - white TsHnw, a VVhrat. if baa WeoL V OLD TEA HOUSE. 4c to Se ...Su&toc .. ft 14 to i 'A .... lu; Tie ...1 T& to 44 IN c .. ........, .7? S tn -je .......IMS tO i5 i -Jei el l'T i .. i IS loi W .....lie U u lie Sc to? . &K33S ,. K:oe ........TiOe tt l tlWI.'iC Uiuc Ho 7c Wc t74e U : tt ts ..at 66 to tt TS ...44 00 I0 -.lo3Li:v te 1 00 EAST) A NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. OF THE SUPERVISORS DFMEtai II T13M Kli Uowmax, Iir. Ann um of ilu.ll atc Cn. By wurk pitt S.1 salary M li " niKmli:nrej s au " i"ncratln j 74 " allcndiEs -tli-incnl....-..i 1 tu SPECIALTY. CMl'l'INliSl-'KOM IMEiUIffill&rilLIS?! JTJJSTEl. 1879. NEW AlVEllTIt:m:ST, . NE H' A li VEli TISEJEN i , rr 0. N. BOYD'S 31 . mitt Cum a, Tau'raa at wapouxr, hop butfrs. connviRWL at ot sT FLotrra BILLS im'iJH SV Rl'P. T. JACOB'S Oil HA Wnt'HGKR TC. UAKiiLl.i tiU HAULS HAllt RtNLVVLK. AY EK'S HA IK TI'X 'K. BASF BALLS. ARIF.NSK.KlS. FINE STATIOSKRT, 'tVT! BKI'SHKS, rf.nixa TACKLE, POCKETWMiKS, I' ENS & HK.VlUiI.L'LR-i. T'MITH Tiiif-StLf'. 5ACIK'r I'HM '.KS. SovKoairr, rt.w i. l!OS'l!Kr7aKR1AXSYRI P. J Y X K S K v V M 'T'MtA XT, H IMtff'HtlMt HKOfS, HJili'j! M AUM OIL. iX RI C-LJJ LIXLHK.VT, musx sa.APs. LKiJAL RLAXKS. si. UOOL biMiRS. JAIf. HRfSHF." HOI i f! foI.iOM.. tua-naiii mv Jrsa U-vTAUKita ami Pai i.ier. 1 dck to lolorm my cntouicra anl tba pub lic generally that my bclUlica lur uuilylo their wanu aro complete In very reavect. My Biock ol sTAruaoa a&ac'T uaocuKIK,ot all auxla. aifc of atanlartl qualitlea, la replete and earelully aa leotd In every department Tkt print Aara a doubttdly loucktd bottom. I do not care to aell the low eat orfe-ed yno.ii with out regard to quality, aa I know tbat there are many articles on the market which are alto irether nnnrontable to the emuamer. EmerlnllT lathUtraeof llaUiice due 11 liowuian A. J. Satioe, 1)b. Am iaiil flldui'llcstc fa. Hy work . cnlary " orders, etc .."5 M 00 . : to EvemrraileoT Coffee auoteJ in m Prifla IJI la cheap at the price fro 111 that nuuted at renta, to my celebrated 'azxcn or Dki.mosico. 1 w ill, at any time, pn.re thU by ahowlsir (if r oureted) tha Coltee In Ita green 'tale. To tboe who deaire aumetlitna very fancy, J recommend my new Fae.ica UvavKK : wbicb i, with tbe ei ceptlon f the celebrated UtLWKo, (which haa nueitual,) the haeat Votive la tbe market. The demand which baa (pruna- up for it In the laat Few weeka to fulticlent proof of thin. Tbe K10 Cor reaa are atralKht Klo'a. (not Sanu. which are too weak.) atrooir and Hue flavored, freah and caremily routed twlr.K roaated on Tueeday and ThurfrJay of each week. On till I'ri.-e UK, 1 bea; to call attention lo the kl lowing SEASONABLE GOODS FOR SI IMEB DRIXkS. Vanilla Syrup, Lemon Syrup. Oranjte STrup, Strawberry Syrup, Knioerry Sjtud. Lime J"oice, roeae k Hia-KWii a i.xiqrerry inegr, 1-moa If lor If l.i .M'iani'i s i'n;n :tF.itv. finm M,itt PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS AND HOME RECEIPTS ICE COLD SODA WATER. CN. BOYD, SUCCESSOR TO G. W. SPEERS May 14, T . : ' gTRAWB RIDGE QLOTHIEp Horn Iurlte e)l3l attentLm to Uid DRESS OOOTDS STOCK, At rreaeatiiu( an aiaortiacm of Foreign and Domestic Fabrics, Never before 1jowo In PlilU-lilj.liia. 300 wx hive oTaa 42 lit . 13 57 IUtance due township... Jacob J. Uakkk, lie. Amount of duplicate av!l M l.'C ISy work to IS " ailary t-j t Ualance due Jacob J. liaker.... Amount of dupii!e m 8 Ca. By work fvur 9S - Di.-.lerlul it) tt " fitiiry 127 eo " r.nh a 00 7to 6' liul.'.ueedu towaabip 4 ADAM S. MILLtK, Township Clerk. JKRf: S. MILLER. CHRISTIAN STKKXO, . ur.uitoi. u. liuii 1 , Aulltorf. June 1- , A D.vsaERoua Tt'RPOit, Torpx or in activity of tbe kidneys is seriously danger ous to those organs, bince it is the prece dent of diseases which destroy th ir sub stance and eodanger life. TliU slutrcisli rjisa may I overcome ly Etiuiulating tucm. not eicessiycly . out Mioderateiy, aa Your corumitcee ako fiad thai the Litters, a general invigorant and a!.era- "iK-rimcDial farina o ued bjsaid tive, rx-sscssing tiiuretic properties of no trostee?, WDitb were to be cjnducted common order.. Tfie impetus wbicU this! solely ia tbe interests of tbe agricut admirablc medicine gives to tbeir evacu- taral classes of ;fce Coromonweiltb, bave at'.erlv failed lo tccomplieb tbe sore. ...... fttitnt'.w. miml.iMPlo r. n 1- . . . "A . 1 .. . ,r I congestion which may exist in their tissues. lioili they and tutir asaocia'e organ, tue bladder, are invig-oratid as well as gently stimulated by tbe Bilters, which exerts a kindred influence upon the stomach, liver, aud bowels, aud by strengthening the sys tem, enables it to w ithstand malarial epi demics', to which when exposed it imht otherwise succumb. . A Fes Wokth RiccoiiJtEXDiJio. We have been favored with samples of tbe cel ebrated hpencerian Double Elastic Steel Tens, and after trying them feel justified in highly recommending them to oua read ers. They are made ot the best steel, and by the niost expert workmen ia Europe, and have a national reputation for tcrlain desirable qualities which no other pens teem to have attained in so great perfec tion, among which are uniform evenness of point, durability, flexibility, and quill action. It ia thus quite natural that the Spcncerian should be preferred and used by professional penmen, in business col leges, counting roofns, government offices, public schools, and largely throughout tbe country. Indeed, so popular have they become, that of the "Numtierthje" aisone as many as eight millions arc sold annu ally. The Spenccrian Pens maybe bad, as a rule, lroin any dealer ; but when not thus obtainable, the proprietorf, Messrs. Ivison, lilakenian, Taylor & Co., the well known publishers. 13t ic 140 Grand Street Self York, will send tor rrial, samples ut each of the twtnty numbers on receipt rf twenty-five cents. To TDK Pi'ULic. Tbe undersigned are pre)red with oae ot the leading Ligiii Liiig Ilcds of the day, pure copper, wb.cu are pronounced by all 'lie ftieiitifx men of the day to be the cheapest and best as a conductor, which we ofTer very low and on good terms. All work done in the best manner and eat it faction guaranteed or no pay. Stnd in your order, licpaiiing promptly attended to. Riioaiis Bros. I)ix't Look Sua r. by. When by using Leamon's Dyes, prepared by Wells, Uich ardson & Co., liurlincton, Vt., your en tire wardrobe can be made as handsome as though Just out of the store. These dyes are more satisfactory in action than any ot the crude color agents heretofore sold. Sold by druggif ts. DIED. YOWl,En. March 30iu, near Centre ville, John W. Vjwler, aged 4 years, 0 months and 10 days. WALKER. March Slat, ntar Samuel's Church, Itoss Walker, aged :i years, months and 8 days. YOWLEIL April 7. near Centriville, Nancy Little Yowier.aeed 1 ear;H imrntbs and 2A days. CROSSES. April Oth. al Ceutreville, Mi--s Margaret E. Crowen, . aged oyeaxi and 24 days. YUTZV. April 12th, near Centreville. Susan B. YuT.y, aged G yers. 11 months and 5 days. MILLER. April 17, at Dunbar. Fay ette county, Mrs. Jennie Unburn Miller, in the 2Sih year of her age. PILE April IStb. near Pine Church. Mr. Daniel Pile, in the Gfith year ot his age. SIIl'LTZ. May 2Jth. near Centreville, Genettie E. Shnliz. aied 7 years, months sod 11 days, . , WOV Mrv GraM-. dantrlitpr of Thrn- very lar3-c type, limo i Jore G Wor ,eed 7 years and 12 days. Mary was a child of a niost amiable dis position; very submissive to tbe withes cf her parents, "though a child of very few years, yet of much more intelligence and understanding than is ordinarily seen in oae so young. She bore her great sutler inps with a patience that wassurpiising to alt who attended on her in her painful illness-She expected to die, and cherished a hope in God. That wbicli is frequently hidden from tbe wise and prudent is made known to babes in the church. For out of tbe mouths of babes God s praise is per fected. May our Heavenly Father's gra ces sustain the sorrow within the parents in the word wbicb tavs, "Suffer the little We have ; children to come unto me and forbid them vour object intended. Tbu is cot cly tbe cisc of ibe Western farm, lccited ia Indiana county, which is not bow a third tlaca farm, nor in asfgocd condition as wfcea purchased. Yocr committee also find tbat at tbCiTs ent eeBeion cf the college hil 4S stud ents were in attendance, many of whom were non-residents of. the State, end tbat there ia now in tbe employ of tbe college 11 profeator?, wbicb we deem cut of ail proportion with the number of students in at tendance. Finally, your committee is of tbe opinion tbat tbe trustees bave signally failed to carry ont tbe object for which tbe rnapniGcent laad grant was given by tbe United States and which was further sought to be accomplished by most liberal appro priations on tbe part of tbe State. ' A. I. Acker ly, CnAf bma??, J. T. Siioe.ner, Jacob Provixs, Thomas St. Clair, Allen Craw A aiaimy Iemorratle t'onvriitloa. Alt.ioxa, Pa , June 3 Tbe Dem ocratic County Convection presented a spectacle of confuted aud disorder rarely equalled. Parliamentary prac tice was l brown to the dogs. A res olution in farr cf D. O. Barr for State Treasurer was defeated by a large mejoritr. Wallace and Ccff- rotb were indexed. Tbe chairman was denounced aa utiGt fur his po sition. A. 0. Sick, of Aitoona, was nominated for Sheriff, and J. P. Stew art, present Protbonr.tary, for a third term. What i kaown as the "riag" were triumphant. Ijawleaaaieas la Weat ViralniA. Saw St'NDAT Schol. As there Is quite a number of Lutherans in and around l'acuytown, and as we are so lar irom our church, we concluded tu organize a Sun- dav-cchool. Accordingly we met in our scbool-boue and organized oar Sunday school, on the 4tli dar oL ilay. WiiEELiM., W. Ya., June 3 Tbe excitement at Lit: let ji inciden'. to the arrett el eeveu cf tbe gang of lied ilen who iuftbUd Wetzel ccuaty ia very great. Tbe names of tbe pris oners era A mos Ilemclock, George I'llom, John L'Uutc, Jobn Steward, John Iloftatter, Kio? Uutcber acd John Lough. The men were to bare bten tried yesterday, but no Justice of tbe Peace could be found willing to rii-k his life in doing eo, for several were notified by the lied Men tbat tbey would be killed if they csMeUd in bringing any of tbe gang to jut. lice. The services of Jus'ice Lonef ter, cf Centre district, have, however, beeo ibtaLed, and tbe trial of tLe men has been c dja for to-dav it 8am Governor Matthews has taken a very decided interest ia tbe matter, and i determiued o bave tbe law le:S3ess crufched out. Tbe prisoners bave secured tbe eervices of Fount ain Smitb, of Fairmount, as counsel. About fifty men cf tbe gang attacked tbe bouse cf a prominent citizen of Manijingtou late cn Monday morn iotr, but, findicg ibe occupants of the houpe well armed and prepared to receire them, desisted from their ef forts aud rode ofl. NtiW AD FEB TISEJIENTS. pui BL1C SALE."" . ' ' ' OF VALl AILE REAL ESTATE. Kv vinue f orders ol llie Orihana Cuurt of Be-llorU and Sonieraet euaaUei, tba i nixcrilter will ee.ll al iuUlic aale uo tne iremiaee ea ueday,Jubj I, 1879,. twotraeu of land, th property of Cant. Wn Walfh, bite of Junta la lowni-hlji, lied f-rd n-aaty, deeeed. Xo. 1 contain oca hocdrt and ttlrty-oioe -t-rei and H j-errhea, of w bleb H a Tel od hi ' . , erebe are in Me-lfi.nt eeuniy, and M aen-a and I ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE KE.IL ESTATE. Tbeun leriiitned Aiirneeof Kniman-jl lli isli I'lfher will ftll at tmlilic fale, on S iTL'RDA 1 June 2, IS79, at 2 o'rluok. p. iu.. on the premises, iu Alleichenr UiWLfhip, Snu'Tiwt luiiuiy. Fa., s certain tract of land, Willi tue apur-cuaiK-en, situate in tbe aatd tiwnsliipor Alienlien, adioluiiijt lan.Ia of Eliia ( raplncr. Henry harver'a licira, Jaul WamtiauK-b, Simon Krlssinger. an.ltlitr. euntainingC'Uaurea, nearly aU cleared, aud in a good state "i cultiva tiun. Tiie lmprot emenla are a loir dwelling house and kt barn tlmreuo ercc-U-d : tlwrcare also fruit trees and good runr.ina; water un the premises, cuurenient to the Iiuum which lava directly oa the route of the c nteinjilated railroad through Iweter'j Oap. TLU.MS. )ne thiM uf purebaro money to le paid n eonhrmation vf mite, eno-third in Hi luotitltA, and one-third la one yeir Irom confirma tion of sale, with Interi t on delerred payments ; ten per rent, of purelia w m.tney to he paid on the day of sale, which ia to iw deducted from the baud m'mcv. UEUHOEO. WALKER. A silence. Soger. Mixed (hirden Urown Im for roB pic iv Iced Tea. J nnc il TOWM YEAR, cr5to .-0 a day in your own iorality. No risk. Women do as well as men. Many make more than the amount stated above. No oue can tail to mikr money fart. Any one can do the work. You can make from 5-.,eis, to t- an hoar by devoting your evening, and spare time to the hu.dnew. It coats nothing to try uie buamea Nothing like It lr money making ever offered lieiore. Uu1iiim pleasant and atrU-tly henuratde. Keailer, if you want to know all about tbe best paying business before the puldir. s-nd Of your dame and we will acntiyou full partieulars and private terms free: ample worth "( also free ; you can then make up up your miudroxyoarelt. Addrer OEuRUE STIXSI X a i '., Jane 11 Fonland, Maine. A WEEK la your own town, and no cap ital rirked. You can give the buainei' a trial vitbout expenK. The bet oppor tunity ever ottered for those willing to work. Y'ou ahould trv nothing else until you see lor yourself what you can do at the busi ness we oiler. No room to explain here. You can devote all your time or only your spare time to the bosineaa, ami make great pay for every hour that you work. V'oinea make a much as men. St-nd forscecial private terms air I particular, whii-hwe mall free, ii Outfit free. Do a t oimplain of bard times while you have such a chance. A hirer? H. HALl.ETT, Portland. Maine. June II. A MONTH guaranteed. fj a day at bouie maie by the industrious. Uapltal not reuired: we wiil start you. Men, women, boya and girls make moorr faster at work for us than at anything else. The work is iight and pleaaviut, and such aa anyone can Tgo right at. Those who are wh who see tbia notice will saixl us there addresses at once and see for tbeniiclvea. Justly Outfit arxi terms free. Now is the time. Those already at work arc laying up large sums w money. Address TRI.'K A i: Augusta, Maine. June II. IIEIUFF'S SALE. 300 irtue id sundry writs of Fieri Facias issued out of the Court of Common Pleas aiT ZMUtrnti to., fa., and (o me directed. 1 will ex pose to aale by public outcry, at the Court Hue ia Somerset, on Thursday, .unc'iG, 1379, .. the following described i at Id o clock estate, vii : All the right, tille.tntcrest and claim of William Tresler, ol, in and to the luilowwg dcecriiied real estate, via : A certain tract of land situate In Larimer Tap , SotAcraet oounty. Pa., contain ing leo acres nx-re or loss, of which there are alut Ml acres cleared. with a two-story frame bouse, log ham and other ouuwii'llngs tbereon erected, adiolning tines ot Joseph Treitsler, Peter,Shrmaker, Knepp's heirs, John ilauhiaa and ethers, wiih the appurtenan ces. Takea In execution aa tbe property or William Tressler, at the suit of Joseph Treacler. Trustee for the sale of thereat estate of John Tressler, deed. TER.iS. Any person purchasing at the above rale will please take notice tbat ten per cent, of the purchase money must be paid as soon as the proterty is knocked down, otherwise il will again 1 exposed to (ale. The residue of tbe purchase money tnnst be paid on or before the -J8 tlay of August. 119. thedaynxed by the Court for the acknowledgment ol Sherlrl's deeds: and no deed will I acknowledged until tbe purchase money ia paid la. EDO AK KYLE. Jane i Sheriff. A UPITOR'S NOTICE. Having been aouointtd by the Court of Com mon Pleas of Itowerset County, on motion of W . H. Koonts. Esq . Auditor to distribute the fund In the hands oi Sberid Kyle. arising in m the sale of the personal iroperty of Hugh Wiand, to and among those entitled thereto; notice ia hereby giren that I will attend to my dutiea under said appotntment. at the efflee of W. H. Koonti. In Somerset, on Thursday the lwth day of June ISTtt. n. n. rusiLtiu w All t. Janet. Aivlitor. UDITOR'S NOTICE. Joseph TT. Beam I In the Court ol Common to Pleaa or Somen t t .. Pa. li. S. Fleck. I No. 'i't. January Term lsT. (Voluntary Assignment.) Tba undersigned Auditor appointed by said Court to distribute the funds in the bawls of B. 8. Fleck, ant e named assignee, hereby gives notice that lor aufct purpose he wilt ait at his office in the Borough of Somerset, oa Thursday, the 1Mb day of June, 1ST9, w lien and where all persons inter ested can attend. Jaae H. S. ENDSLEY. Aaditor. acre tierches are in Me-lfonl eeuntT. l-e uerches are in S-nxteraet county This tract Is nearly alt rood tiirir land, a nart only cleared and u.4rr ieaee. It aiijoixis No.S.1 quite a good becinnin? ; ncholara, maK, not. for of such ia tbe kinEd- vf heaven. , imtm TARDON. W ; un.aies, .tj . lniacis, totai m. even wn u is uot tue w in t. your i atucr ; ic: acre and lofi ivn-hes an in Htdic TeaHiers and oflicers, male. 0: ft total. StiptricttD-.ii-cl, Hiiaia Aaittant Suierintt'ndrnt. Jacob Auus- thoucbt that these tender t?ne- irecretarv. t.. limine; Librarians D. Sechltr and A."; rbillv-pi I 'Ttt asnrer, Jenrimali M-riner en u:ng the les- cameo, mere to uournn ta urtgutr Ui-jom , TfcKMS cash at eonhrmathm of aale. son leave aiih ctwd etl-ctui the ciamun-; and exhale a rk-ber' trafranee throaiii ' uaniex.cess.na. :, i .n,lla im ; Trustee to sell the real estate of Captain Win. , , enUICS ages, Walsh, dee d. rECIiETAIiY. ( X. j JucelL UDITOR S NOTICE. SOMERSET COUNTY, m : At an adjourned Orplnns' Court held at Somer set, In and for ftomerset iuatv, on in sist day of May, A II. IT., before the Honoralde, the Jsxigea thereof. Ia tbe matter of the estate of N'b Kocber, deceased. - On motion of Jas. L. Pngb Esq. the Court a polntel H. S. Endrley E. aiullKir to distrftnite tbe fund ia tbe hands of the administrator and trustee to and among those legally entitled there to. Attest W. il. FaiAE. CTrrk. Notice ke hereby given that I will attend to the dutiea of the al-ove arpnintment, al dt orhce in Too an m somerset, oa iniay, tne :an one. HT. H. ENIiSLEY. June auditor. 1CT acres and lo Ienhe an in HtJloid eousty, I 1 , ' hope are not so much cipjed and withered of 'pt- tv aUh-e real eatat lauds ol K. ,;bydeatb MtranSj.!antedto . heavenly , "-AH-Sr! i All of the alive named gwi California Fniits OnlltoniK Jams Dundee Marmalade Comb Honey (ioava Jidlv Pressed Corned Heel- Lunch Hani Lu.-K'h Tongue Potted Ham. t'hli k en. Tmgue and Turkey Sardines Oysters Plckiel Lambs' lonvue Condensed Milk Fresh Lobster Fresh and Spiced Salmon Freah Mackerel Crosse a. Hlscaweli's Plrkics and Sauces (trackers Soups Iuiortl and A merl es, n Cheese Dried Beef tueen Olives Clam and Fish Chowder Imported Hoiogna Sausage Saal Dressing Kronen Mustard a.ierox Uia- oga Ale WvgTH'a EiTaarr or Java tin Mix ha Cnrra Can Ojieuers. TEA.! THE ONLY HOUSE IN THE CITY THAT IMPORTS THE CELEBRATED Qailen Qiwh Tat PRICE OF TEA. Young lit sun. 1 Gunpowder. I Imperial, ! We., 60c . toe., so., at.oo anl japan, fl.v per pound, th-fong, English Breakfast, j Mixed Tea li and 3i cents ner Doan.i. If io dt tired, will pack any of tht nborv in j or iu lo. sores trUAOW extra tkaryt. COFFEE ! PRICE OF ROASTED COFFEES. Rio, - Vl'. li, 17, 20. -a. -ii and 27 cents per lb. Java Flavored. a r lb. Rio and .lava. '-. aracailm, . i7c " Java - Mand3ac " Laguiyra, - 3Jk-. " Moeba, - - Iii-i u Lvlinooies - mc. " French, - - tv. - GEEENCOITEES Kio, I t li, 18. 31 and 23 eta. Java, 28 and .10 ct. Laguayra, 20ets. Maracattw, 1 cts. Mocba, 3d cent. THE CELEBRATED DELM0NIC0 PIK.I-SStlTIXUS AT' 1 SC. ! H Iftx Fu It tVM Xr aIbkTcsA T 'tf Comprising " i'.niiin MOHAIRS, DIAQOXALS, C.VSHMI RIIS. ( .NOVELTIES, MO.M1E CLOTHS. CAM SO. 3 y ELTIES, BEIGES, ETC. II AIR, MONO CLOTHS, PLAIDS, viaivi OVER STRIPES, ETC WE UAVg ovta 500 PIECES SCIT1NOS At" " '20 ' Compriing i ,()() Pi S. 1 1( EMCH TEX ITU ES AT .", ( ) ARMfRES, BEIOES, MOKAIKS. IlOVIt lJ' ETTES, STRIPES, PLAIDS. ETC. a HAva ovxu J 000 Pt'ECES SCITIfTs" Comprising MOM IE CLOTHS, CASHMERES. SILK MIX ED SUiriMGS, ALL-WOOL CHECKS, PtJlE MOHAIKS. SO FT-WOOL HEIOES, CAMEL'S HAIR, STRIPES, PLAIDS. ETC,, ETC. wi n.vc ovia 300 : PCS. ALL WOOL BKKiSAT 2;3. I Comprising ; SILK MIX fcl. PEK1S, CHECKS, SATI5S. ; CAMELS HAIR, FOl'LES, ETC. Single anddouhlewl lth.at iVi'i, HT'-u. 81oo. And upwards. We have THD03ANLS cT PIECES Comprising : HEIOES j and VS inch.-s wi.ls), TU K.VC U CASHMERES, PARIS NOVELTIES. CASHMERE DES INDES, SHOODAS, FAXCT BI'XTtVflS. PLAID , I'HEVRirt", ETC., ETC. BOTH TWILLED ASD PLAIN. -xr.- This dellous C' fTee Is un-lvaled f ar Its dellgbt- lul Aroiua. It all other Iwlieej have tailed to please you, try TI I E CELEliUATED DELUONICO COFFEE ! I beg also to call special attention to my n w French Coffee. This is a babc mixture ofRABX Coffees, strength and flavor being so combined as to produce a tVH fee that wiil mre than please the most ardent lover of this popular and delicious beverage. The p-ice has been pat so low, considering the quality, that already a large demand has sprung op lor it. 1 o test its merits, include a lew unua oi j renca cvnee in your next order. l-KKE TER POOD - - S (KTS. PISH. Mackerel, Extra Xo. 1 Extra Store Mesa, (no beads or tails) per ) lb. kit .14 00 Mackerel. Extra Xo. I. Extra Shore, Mess, (no beads no tailri per la lb. kit 43 26 Mackerel, No. 1, Kent Shore, per'.U lb. kit, i'2 to Ma- kerel, Na 1, Hay. per al lb. kit 1 Is) Mackerel, No. 'A 1 jrge Fat. fier lis kit,. . . 1 - Mac-kerel, No. S, Large Extra, " 1 as Mackerel, No. 3, w& Mackerel, Fresh 1 lb. cans la Uodhsb. Woman Favorite Boneless, per 31 lb boa, ai ou; per lb M White Fish, bbls a White Fish, 10 lb. kits 1 u Lake Herring, "J bbls 1 lu Lake Herring, tt lb. kita TO ew Hoi Una Herring, per keg 1 New Russian Sardines, " y6 CodOsh, Uoorgea Bank, per lb 0 THE FiNCY TfilNCH COITEE WILL PLEASE YOU. SUGAR! lu Us Powdered Sugar. lu It Crushed Sugar 9'4 lbs Cut Loaf Sugar 11 Ids No. 1 Oranulated Sugar.. Wi lit Standard A Sugar lzrbe ASugar(eoft) 13 IU B Sugar ia4 lbs. Beat N. O. Sugar. U lbs Light Y ellow Sugar. U'4 lbs No. 2 Yellow Sugar . 1 00 . 1 00 . 1 ou . 1 IS) 1 Hit 1 uo 1 00 1 00 . 1 UU 1 OS THE RESCH COFFEE WILL PLEASE YOU! Cans Cornel Beef It..) 41 au 3 lawn Ham or Tongue 1 us 2 " Honed Turkey and Chicken I Sandwich Pot led Meats 1-0 2 x Hucktna' Soups 1 ta) t Fresh Salmon (1 a.)....'. .....loo ' Fresh Mackerel (1 a.) 1 on " Fresh Lobster (la.j 1 00 II " Cove Oysters 1 uu ' French Sardines 1 uo CALIFORNIA FRUIT ! Saa Jose Fruit Packia Cu.'a, la Fall Weight 1' , .. Cans, comprising : Y'ellow Clung' Peaetirs Apricots Karttett Peart Egg. (Inge, and Jarkworth Plural Ger man Prunes Strawberries Muscat O rapes Nectarines, per can, ia eenu, 3 cans fur tl Ou. MISCELLANEOUS. IS Iba. New Currants $1 00 13 lbs New Valencia RaUlne 1 Wi 1 lbs. New Turkey Prunes 1 00 lbs. Choice Dried Peaches 1 00 10 Iba. Dried Blackberries 1 uu lbs. Extra Oatmeal l ou 10 lh. No. 1 Head Rice 1 uo 12 Its. ISO. 2 Carolina Rk-e 1 uu IS lbs. No. i " i OQ U'ilta. Cream Cheese l ou i It Strictly Pure Ground Pepper 1 lu 30 Bags Syracuse Salt 1 00 13 Bars Johnson's Borax Soap...... 1 w 17 Cakes Babbitt's Beat Soap 1 00 14 Cakes Proctor Gamble Whit Soap... 1 ou Cakes White Russian Soap 1 00 14 Ban Iris Shamrock Soap 1 00 liBara AeaseSoap .... 1 oa 3 II. Weymaa s Cut k. Dry Tobaecu 1 (X) 1 lba. Uood Narv Tobacco l o lo1. lbs. Banner Baking Powder 1 4 lbs. Loose Baking Powder I UO 14 Boxes Concentrated Lve Xo. 1 1 OS 1.1 B-jxes Penn a. Salt MT g Co.'s Lye 1 i liBalui - - Potash.... 1 On The FRENCH COFFEE ia a Rare Mixture of Rare Coffee ! rJTHOW TO SEND MOKEY.SEJ Send vonr Money by Registered Letter, Post Office Money Order, or Draft on Pittsburgh Bank. Do not tend your Check. "WE ALSO ttJ-VTl OIsTE THIOTJSjIsriD PIECES BLACK HERNAMIES & GRENA ES, n At price3 from " 20 cjata to $-,50 per vard, aa it ntntlzieal of styles quite extraordiaary Please note: U'e enijilny r.o agoats. Send direct to tbe house for ram ples of whatever joa tn mrrt, ard secure tie advantages cfonr low prices. STBAPBIDSE &" GLOME N. W. COR. EIGIfTHiMMARKET STS, Apr SO THE CHEAPEST HARDWABE STORE -WKS'L OF THE- ALLEGHENY MOUNTAINS. -:0:- Bl ERS & BAENETT, SUCCESSORS TO J0H1 F. B'.YMYER.J SOIERSET, PA. c tak c pleasure in announcing to the public that vc hav Jl'ST RECEIVED a largo and complete slotk of Hard ware, which wc intend to sell at PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES! Our stock is complete in all respects, article usually kept in Hardware Stores. and comprises every Blacksmiths' tools and supplies, such as Iron, Norway Nail rod Iron, Vulcan Horse-nails, Taper Tap?, Horse Shoes, Fins Sleigh-shoes and Cast Steel, A i'ul line of Best Norway Iron, Carriage and Tire Bolts, and Axle Clips. complete stock of Malleable Iron, Burrs, &c.,'&c. BUILDERS' HARDWARE, comprising a full line of Kim ami Mortise Locks, Ca!t und Wrought Butts, acorncd and plain, a complete stock of Nail always on hand, also a full assortment of G!as. a 7 CARPENTERS' TOOLS. We have always on hand a complete stock cf Saw.- lioth Hand ano Cross-cut, Axes, llatrhets, Hammers Steel anl Try Squares, Compasses, Bench and iancy Planes cc, etc. :0: . We always kt-cp n full line of Revolvers, Pistols, Shot-guns Powder-flasks, Shot-pouches, Cartridges, Caps, Wads, Rifle and Shot-gun Powder, also a full line cf Gun Repairs. We have a complete line of Lamps, lanterns, and mpplif a A full line of Saddlery Hardware, comprising Saddle-trees Buckles, Rings, Harness-pads, Ornaments, etc., etc. -:0: avSeul arJaM(slaluneaB4 Price List ins; ttia i- ia !uil.- ttlv. fcin< i. 2: hirh is in heaven that onp ct thcie little ! and i acres and 15 iwbts ore in Somerset Co.. ! A'utlee Is hmi-r triven that at i.;i.-a'!oo sill be , c,.,,.,. rri.i, ir.,w r;.,. ii. about t WMhtrdi ol tuis traa are eiesjeit and" as- i de tttbe Buart - f Fani. at Its -!oa tu tbs i .i evil u iuc T frBeet wllh , jweiUllg bouse ana :hi-r tmUd- si To!ay ul July ut the r.l' "'" ir.irs tnereon. 1 nts trart 1xjb .no. 1 and n.3 Bavznznaa. of Jesse llajS. ' W. H KUUNTZ. VAL. HAY. J. H. I HL. Attj's ft.r Jcae BaaxUmaa G if.. 3c. J.R.JEII1IS, Xo. 2S Fifth Ave., PITTSBURG, PA. In the Agricultural Department we-have a full stock of Forks, Shovels, Rope, Chains, Mane and Curry-Combs, Horsc- brushes, etc., etc. ;U: We make a specialty ofPocl.rt and Tabic Cutlery. AKo Silver Flated Table Ware, Piatt d and Britannia Spoons. We also make a specialty of Paints, Oils, and Varnishes, ami also Painters Tools, etc. rfr- We keep constantly on hand the Celebrated Cucumber Pump, (porcelain lined) and a cheaper quality that arc 'not lined! This Pump has taken the lead of all others wherever introduced. :o: 11 goods w arranted to be a represented. Our principles Jare Fair Dealing, Quick Sales, and Small Profits i We challenge competition. Call and examine goods, ad as certain prices before purchasing cl?wherc. I i SATISFACTION OUinAXTEEIK BYERS & BARNETT. Dec. II