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WIII'Tl'FPTfto,i-i ,) ' Somerset Herald. JX)KGE H. SCULL, KJitor. T iT-' Enumerator Morgart lias completed Ms enumeration, and finds that there arc 1,2-M i.eoilc in Everett. In 1S70 there were 6"7, I showing a gaiu of O'l in the ten years. ' Daniel Flick ha? moved hid store to a mure .lif;i1lc Jurat ion. lie is situated now ; on the Widow 'horiicning lot, very near : tin- die of the old Burnet House. i Farmeks, Look Hike! I am again to the j from with a full line of Mackerel Fish to Iscll at Ix it turn pri.es for cash or produce, i All iish sold or guaranteed. Jon h Keller. OFFICIAL EE TU ENS OF THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY ELECTION, Yellow J. k. Juno 'J". i Mi'kdeb. Or. Sunday morning last the: Terrific tc.rtn. i wife of Wolfgang Ik-lluian, w ho reside' in ; j ; Brothcrsvalfcy town-hip, almost midway XollG.VXVIU.E. X. J., June '12 A ! XkV Vo:K, ; fcttsvcli Xotn; rsct and Rcriiii, was discov-. terrific thunder storm OTlim'd : trian hart ered hanging t,y I he neck in the cellar of! throiluhoUt this Section hist fVeilinj. i l'ort-dc her honu. An examination .dmwed thai ; It was accompanied. 1 j I lie wonian ha i been dead for wme hours, u iti. i nivrt imii 'i.nr f.nra m m ,lii,ca WI.IJ.. 4l ..e..n- ,.....-, -r. Villi. ..... I .. .1. II . ' III IlirilV 11.1.- IlL .'I .1 L 1U t 1 I II I lit . v ark Tresi Puknvaehie, from y c-Paix, Hati. for lioston, put 1, v a violent into this port on Wednesday nc'ht W. Ywter anil 1 .lend. -re r. .'.luiiucmian nave n-u ineir my- ilu-iimu fur sti aeres of vacant bind iitu ne in alnt townehio. Somerset county, f a.. aiiKjing lands ol Moses W. Yoder and Hcn'.v Uiuiu. MlWIS W YOII..K. Jon. W THEOD.JKE F. ZIA1MERM AST. ! it w is at lir-t Ma; ,-d hy the husband that id.-n was tlinr it ii .lis- 1880. fr-:t ' Wtesday t'l'.LH'AN ioi.mi I' .. June C, 161 An exchange says tliHt a ton of gold is wortli only ahout .Vki.iX). Wegivcthisfor what it is worth ; our time has lecn so taken with jK)litics anl MimelxNly has hidden awav the scales. J J Je. & -S. A. Dean. yheiiy-A. I'. Hill-gas. j,, ,-. 'hur!r S acijic. JTvalley A. Kiiiiiuel. $:iiati:li laae V!-r. e'jice Iior. T. 15. Frant. j; Inc-.i!) S. IjvenpiMMj. tt wlU A. J.Stuner. -,,n-l'n 1. haulis. .Iuvm. ISor.-John lmncan. .ier 15. S. Flifk. LaAT-A..l!owman. Lower Turkcyfoot-C S. Y"iint". Meri-dale lior.-Saiunel Koust. i-nvk-J. K.MeMillen. y-i l- i:. II. Iull. y(.I.-Ktreville ltor.-Wallace M. Millen. .i.il.ton-S. I'ooi'haULrh. I'ai 4"' '' '!nl":,'Kl'r 41 ai.-niiii:-'-'- H. Pi. kcy. jst"i'iy li'T. 'iMitu.l Lowry. Wi 1 iavid K. Warner. f..inp- t 15..r.-l. J. Homer. t,u- ! Tw..-A. F. I'ickey. f North IVrry riiihercr. 8.,utlui.i"""-Ir-R'1 Kmcnck. H!ii-. r.rk-I'.omaiins Baldwin. titjr-' I'- ir - lh'iiy Bowman. SuiaU"!! ' Hosteller. Tnrkeyf-it-Al x. Khoads. I'tstii-i 15.il-. .h-rome JeuniiiK. Wefl-r-hur-i II---. Mii-liael I:i(-'. Jik.mii Ki:i.li:k, hinnnaii. AVe unl.rstand that Rev. V. H. Bates, jiastor of the German Ileformed congrega tion at ijiesville, will remove to Johnstown in tho near future to take charge of the Mis--ion t'hui-ch at the latter jdaee. Xiiiiihers of ladii and children visited the 'woods liejirtonn during the iast week, for the j urMse of luxx-uring feniH and various other wild l.lants, as well as quantities of leaf mold for their house plants. -3 I'i. B s 1 -V : t.i.. viarv. i. l Kii'v J'a'Js! f Cril w.aiher. Atl N Boyd's. ili:i:i.i' lor fl. i JI .tiic- ha- lnvn heiui. t w4 rtl. l-rrii a iv in iiiai-kiH. "Tli l'oiir'.ii of July itii)iroaehe 'Tl4, r ;-;!,is year ur- immense. ;TallLKVLltill New Year for .m. Sn;4 rc Is are sjiid to he plenty this season. f Ttiilli forth;. Tre-iiietitial cainpaiirii Jrl iNo imler the army worm moves so ijl-i 1 ha sixtt-tl le;.'S. j Kir'i y.e.i can jri-t the IIecmh duriiiit the - i 1 -1 1 1 U: 1 content. until (amhif I'i' I Yia..iii (ret the JIi:i:I.l lioni tanuaJh M, fori-l. ? , ; Son -et eoiiiily reeorils irst on. for umie years. j AiiBe. new lot of Walehe.-, Clocks and Bvori.:re. at K. M'Dowell's. 4 a murder, the ' Mr. Charles I. Oai, one of the irre ' pressi'ule sojdi'i of Washinjrrton and Jeffer son i'ollejre, is payiiij! a visit to his former -chooi-niate, Boh Scull, previous to return ing to his home at New Jtethlehem, I'a. Last Friday morning Mali Ion Miller, liv ing one mile from town, fell from a cherry iiree striking a stninp with his breast and j m erely injurint; Iiimself. We are pleased jt'i hear that he will lc about ajrain in a few j ' Y' i'eiueiit. White-wash and Fertilizer, Iaind i I'lliU-r, Calcined I'lasler, lame and Cement. j Iljve in stock a car load, and offer for sale 1 ii I he barrel or pound, and at moderate ' i I " Cook Jt Bkkeits. i !liarhw I!. Ferner, of Jeiiucr X Koads, re it .nied from Franklin and Marshall College ; li.-t Friday night. Helms been a student ; a; Jjnu aster for three years, and wc learn ; f: in friends ha a jtismI reputation for s holarsliip. ! !r. J. K. Miller of lterlin, was in our i ojiiee in the early part of this week. From i hi:n we learmsl the news of Mrs. Hoffman's 1 di ith, an 1 more that pleaded us better. '"i!ie hiti hsiring is alwayi' out for you, y- liig :nan." ; ; '.'ira Urry short-ake" may lie the ii; name for it, but when a man hunts tli 'Merit a pile of doii'rh as bin i,s a scuttle ill lis frantic efforts to ascertain the address of the fruit be is seized with a di-sirc to call it -iiort strawberrv cake. ! UhvT Mahkrt, MmnCkossSthekt. I will ' ha e on hand at all times, Beef, Pork, Mut : nil: ai.d Sausage, at reasonable prices. 0en Idai'y; will run a meat wagon three times ; i ai a wk. i :. Hknkv Kki:i:ar. A-i-LMItlY. ' . . J , J 5 I ' 2. V' I. " IUSTP.ICTS. r" t ' - T. t t ' ' 1 1 ' I I 'I , - . ! i! I I I Addison, - - - 51 1:) . -7 0 t lhi Allegheny, - - - 2- HI t 27 JU rlin iH.rougli, - - - H 111 (! : 11 I Brothersvallev, - - - wi 44 "'-' 11 2 j Conemaugh, - 27 1 4J 4 2S , j Con rluence borough, - - 5W 2 o 4 0 4 . Klklick. 7 ft i 4 1 i Greenville,- ... 17 0 0 17 21 Jeilerson, .... 15 21 1 1 10 2, I Jeiinertown, - U H 3 0 0 0 n Jenner, 1- m ! lairimer. - - - ti a I ft 24 1" j Iiwer TiirkevfKt. - - 31 !1 ' " ' j Meversdale borough, - - "2 20 17 !l 2f ! i Middtatvek, - ... 41 17 47 13 1 10 Milfoni, ... - 3.1 1ft XI ' 07 'JA j New Baltimore iM.rougb, - I 4 o 0 o . 0 4 , New Centreville lM.rough, - 4 3 20 M 1 4 Northampton, - ( 2 2 0 0 0 ; Paint,- - I yueniahoning. - S4 74 4 s S s 32 Salislmn- trough, - - 20 I 0 0 ! -A Shade, ------ 2S 41 . 10 0 0 14 Somerset lM.rough, - - 1U .'ill 01 10 0 100 Somerset township, Xo. 1, - 1-"1 1-"1 13ft 14 2H 110 Somerset township, No. 2, - ftl ft" 10 11 ft Soiithamptim, - 10 11 3 0 ft 11 Stonycreck. - - - - 42 1'C 3 (i 11 44 Stovstown borough, - - 20 l.j 7 o 2 IS j Summit. .... II 22 10 0 27 ." j 1'pperTurkevf.H.t, - 42 14 ft2 15 2 . VI I'rsina bonimrh, - - - 20 2 11 : 7 o 13 Wellcrsburg iioroiigh, - 1 2 2 0 3 11 r ,tals ... - HftO 7."S S77 3s7 31S His j i l Iiist. A-rr'y. 75 "i PnoR II. PlRECTOB. CoMMITTKI.MKN. ; was a snieii'.c, h ! pcllcd hy an e;iiii, !iaiion of the pre-mi-es, i and of the Isnly ol' the unforiunate lady. : Tim e fraetiiit of the skull were found, one behind and one on each temple, any of which was sufficient to eau-e death. Tlin ro).; mark around the lurk was yellow in color if death from strangulation bad taken place it w iiuld have bet n bia k. A bloody ham mer was found in the house, the end of which lit into the holes in the skull. quest was iielil on the remains hv Kxi. Al- riMitinii tree? Tile nidi v:)s- tt l!;U!)inund MiiU.iv.itU the exeei.ti..n of the mate and ! XiXECUTUIlo Otll'K. truck h- li2:htniii'' ! two sailors, were stricken with vel- A.-,.,. , r.. ..r... ..( ,,r r.n and eonsunu-d with its contents. It! low fever, and en Saturday nii;ht i ss.uoret .', i'i..dw:uwd. is feared that much da-.na-e result.il ! one of the sailors .lied. On Monday j ZSTX tru "Z ll'olll llie storm in M.miimiitli rtml tJ.o li .vl- n-no ci.l.-. ti l.t- nnr.iKr.r v.. i is here1' mwo to tiiotn initsb'-o.! W it t ' mka Ueean eountifp. ' s. 1 anl su..lied with" i. e and pr.v ( ai.tain l'en.. who w.i.s . A rv. ." "r KlbluK I lie .Hull. , visions. ;iekwith fever, died on the same ! June 'V Jnsoi,, ; dav and liis Ixxlv was hroiislit to ; !aiawlii oiivmtnt. aal:t..ia hAviur claiaia cr dmsmti il! iea? prsnt ttf m du'.r u:hi?nt: wt.l 'nt .f'!l:mn,. on itut!ar. ie.. Iv; cf Aura!, lsi. m his lAt re?nlfnc Six of the sick with sailors of the fever at the June M 21 lo 2-S ft't 40 IS 10 10 ti S7 si 20 12 0 (i 2 10 4 ftti 101 21 ."hi 10 to 13 30 7 2H 10 0 s 12 1ft 41 10 70 21 10 :u; ftll lio. 4 lft :t; 4". lift 1 IS 01 IS 122 13 2S (H 21 1 01.) 1 120 21 27 10 S4 2! 20 K. 0 12 1 is ' 4 11 (i 0 ft 42 fts 110 10 1 10 3 32 4'J IS 3 1 21 42 ft 13 :to is 2i 13 lftft 47 t 47 11 ftO 0 !it. 2 ft ! 4 02 143 70 S loll 2S 10 Amerlean Cleh. t V-!!!N'.Tv)N". the l'uli-ll , V. lft 20 lft 23 13 14 1 14 12 II 12 0 H 4 24 10 3 10 -: 1112 S10 John Bridrgum. 1. II. Koontz. AV. S. Mountain. Levi Kuupp. Jaeol.S. Ileal!. C. S. Younkin. N. I. Potter. XeV YtiilK. Xewhy. for a year :i elerk in tlio ! "'IS port. :.. i mi?il i si: ill ill IIMMC1TV UMfc,"1"k .ii i ; j , - - - . , . . it. l ... I arrested by Snecial Aeent SharrettsJ arrival, and were remanded to the jbert Hefrly. of Berlin, assisted by a jury of fur robbing the mail,"and, waiving j l'5,'rantine hospital. the lieighlsirhood. and several eminent pby- ' :u examinailon. Wt'.S loekeit U) 1V siciaus, atwhihhthe aJmvc fact were d- ! ClUinjV.ionfr Shield-; in Ludlow velopetl We have not vet heard the .t r- ' stret-t jail in deft'llt ,,f ?2.IH. tllet o I lio. nrrt- 1 .t w.f . if tlio Tim r. 1. ' I, " Ml II I I CT 4 Ct f, U . 1 1 1 1 1 1 '. ' ro.i.o-- .... .1 . . ..I ' I . 1 1 I. 1 - - " j . .,... ii-. . uie niisui eo u. rji ! me i imiu woiium made information before Iv(. t.iglo j dressed to I ppeiitoii, doint: titisi- Slot, s at Shanghai sa an Ann ricali on Monday evening against Mr. Iloirninn, ! ness on P.roadwav, were found in manufacturing eoiupanv has met j von inio.tiio, (ui iii;iiutr. .v nafruitt :is ' .m- 'ijsiih-i r HH htu I issued, and the man arrested lv Constable i - Huston and placed in jail about eleven r.ru.ir.i-.Ps Now likue. o'clock on Momlav nitrlit. The authorities I 1:"'"'"'"i 1 io iue , ... ., ... . iJttvreorl!, KS, il.lllllll SIX illlll i .IOHV AI.TFATHF.R. Jtr Ll;oN ALl l ArttlK, tiixuinrs. FORSALE! Jun D.n- night. The at Berlin did not projMisu to arrest the stit-! , witli remarkable success in the in troduction of their ehx ks in China. I ! They sent out an ajrent with four ; I hundred or live hundred eases ofi i sample clocks, runninti six to Me ease, to estaidisii a T'x" im.ii'T ir n- t . .ai?,r.i'',r ..'(' tbw . .vtis 0( TOIilAS .0 1SH I.th. "I lnn;!i T'wn hi. sjuair.4:t C.unty, oil.r at !'mte Sale, until SAT I '.7.l V, Scir 11. R VALUABLE FARM! J50 AClt KS, BAKN, an I e;:se. to establish n, ami wittini iith nod BANK. M e Gl OL DWELLING HOUSES, A GOOD ORCHARD OM THE LAND! M. P. Shafer. Jacob J. Zimmerman. W. II. Boucher. M. A. Brubaker. J. J. Bow-man. S. C. BaU.vr. C. K. Gishcrt. A. M. Cramer. William Shaw. i -i ;i . i . ...... - . imk'ii our nt .4 i-.w tl.iu iit.nu.i lwtsi inunierer uuiuuiter nisw ne s ninerai, " " " .... . , , ., . , . !i, lb,. r..t..,,H 1..., ,..n ilwelM aiiiioii:ii me v. noie ceiiiminiiv- iiiink nhi "o. io.- "i.i."u,... jau-j iooih . ... .. : i ,,c ti,:.. 1 ..:i i- ... i nouse at-Mianiihai. ami wittini tour on had terms. Mrs. II. had some monev in ' "ere totally (kstroye.l, lncludm-' "''-' , J' of enliivaliun. aU,ui OmM wiu.m ,1. her own rida. which the hu.bau.i wanted ' the Welsh house, mt oOice. Luna I?n s 1,0 naa." PI,0r( a OI -eu r W : ! Th to i,i.i or .!... .,;.. ..iVnlW bonso ......I nil !'.,.!,, .Mr. Denny thinks that a large tield. days ago and d:lnred her intenuon ofleav-! All the buihlinifs were vJht fcune" " open to American inanufae-i i.: i ... i iii,., r . . ..i hirers in this nartieti ar article, ami! iog nun. aim io me neigni.ors sain sue a nil me io n miii"; wiuioni, water, . ., ' : ' if nty rr,T PA V T vr'l would go away on Tuesday morning, it I the only manner by w hieh the lire j '' Wllh au ,rnt endeavor on i H iiA" fUUi LUHL litil'l, si-oms that the old man (or some one else) ! eotlld be stonned Was to te T down ' h'ir part to meet the Wants oi the It not sold iH-fure tht lte It will at that time bo ,....,,,, , 11 ' " ; ( 'liines.' lieirket tlirv fin contrnl the oi'ered at Publio Sule. This farm U lluatr.l took most bloody means to prevent this. m its eolirse. , I. UIUI . t lliarM l IIICV C.m tonilol Uti alH)llt ttv8 mil from jolinsu.wn. mr UMlhHi Some iimnrv lately drawn from her father's . tmde. Brldno. exten.linit aloon Uia Havidsville Ruj, , i .,.... w:n x- . . ir and ii oor of ths muic deslralda FAK.MS in estate is not forthcoming. The amount was ; Gl ant il! Not Support Haiie.M-k. . . ( wnem Pennsylvania. Partin dejlrln to e only sl.Vi. HoIT'nian was well known in : .a'.in in atttoosac luniu-1. ; the Karmor lern lurtiieT panlcalars are re-iuest mis conmy, no. i i.i.ire a good reputation i . ui' -vni, -mnv me ...iii.o .u businessmen for honesty. He is a ; tne Calena imyl.tr. telegraphs the fol low 1 Moroan's W.k.lkx Mill. Mr. Barnhart has not bce able to n'aeh all our customers as MK.ii as he exiected but will certainly visit all who wWi to deal with us. Hold on to voiir wool until he calls. AV. S. M0B.fi AX. IJiiemahoning, ' '. Somerset county, Pa. f Mis Vtiii.nda W einicr is now v; rVnilf in Wayne county, Hiio. . lieiit's and Children's Hose Irenti 'ipwanl. at Walter's Store. Copi s of tiie Hi l:l.n can be obtain ( ar Local has gone to WilliamsiKirt, Pa. torittiidthe cslitorial convention whi.li jine-tsut that place on Wednesday. He I reti.rns his bcarlfcll thanks to the many I friends who stood by him in his first olit froiii ieal aspirations. We heard a farmer say the other day that the w heat harvest will be nearly over before the grass crop is cut, owing to the singular state of the weather for some time past, which has blighted it. There is little, if any cut, up to this time. Wheat looks well in all parts of the couutv.and the average yield is now very promising. A life of torture is often endured by the rheumatic their pangs may, however, be relieved by the use of the old reliable reme dy, Bolieris' F.inbrocation, Sold over ftO years. No mushroom growth its reputa-' tion excels all other remedies. Price 3" cents per bottle. Try it just once. For sale onlv bv G. W. Benfo'rd. - , The thrueh In the thicket la ringing, The lark la abroad on the lea. And over the irarden jrato awlnjrlus? A maiden la waltiDg for me. She will wait till she'f weary, I'm thinking, Thouich eager I am for the tryst, She will wait till the bright stars are blir.kinn, And sigh fr the ktjses she misb'd. For her father Is watchful and wary, A very ill tempered old churl, And I'm not the sort of canary To lie kicked lor the love of a girl. i ))e wtather lias been iVanV.l warm for the lust week. The Canadian phrophct Veil n. r is rijrlit ecry tunc. On Monday we had some cooler weuiber. One day last w eek w hile Tims. Wilson, if Slij.p.'rycnvk townshij., llinhr cmnty, was crossing the bridge over Wolf Creek on the New castle and Centreville road, with a two horse wairoii, loaded with oats, the bridge fell and Mr. WiNon, the horses and wagon went i nvn with ii. u distance of about twenty feet. Fortunately no sciious damage of any kind w as fu.-taincd, which certainly is very remarkable. 1- rmi.-t (hiiritit'.ii. A Bkmaiikabi-E Rfi:i.t. It makes no dif ference how many physicians, or how much medicine you have tried, it is now an estab lished fact that German Syrup is the only remedy which has given complete satisfac tion in severe cases of Lung Disease. It is true there are yet thousands of persons who are predisposed to Throat and Lung Affec tions, Consumption, Hemorrhages, Asthma, Severe Colds settled on the Breast, Pneumo nia, Whooping Cough, &e., who have no personal knowledge of lioschee's German ' Syrup. To such we would say that fto.ono! bottles w ere sold last year without one com-! plaint. Consumptives, try just one bnrthv I Regular size 7 ft cents. Sold by all druggists! in America. ' amon German by birth, but has lived in Somerset county for more than forty years. He was twice married, and by hi-; iirst wife had a large and resjH-elable family. The murdered Woman had not been married many years. Her maiden name was Yodcr, and her con nection is very large in this region. Hoff man's age was about sixty-live, Ids wife's foriy-two. The excitement was intense in the country where the tra-. dy took place, and threats were fr.s-Jy ma l;-of lym hingtiie stisected man, but l.i rier. ouneils prevailed, and the law will be allowed to. lake its Course. nit. emphatieali v that VT ! Xoutii Aixvms, Mas., June '1A. i rn. .. i . . a . . i . -. i . . c vinsi: '-f!en. Crant in a personal ! VR ,iU? u;'- uu' n l'Vn . "! i ervicw with your eunvsi-ondent j t;lvin" ,u oi th-f'ntrn! sl.alt ot ' ine iioos;te lunnei are as ioinovs: This morniiii; about one o'clock the! lloorin' of the ; eentral shaft, which was used to keep ; t i r i' i ever for the statement publish! in j '"se stones no a ia.nn- ffive way, j Xew York this mornin- that he had ! VV'Vr a tar-e rtant uy 01 inn- mt'de use of such exnressions.'' June Co 1SAAOYOPER. LLVI MISIU.KK. Aduunistr.ktor9. saul he wouiit siiniiort Jlaueoek. or here inin.-;...!!,..!.,' .... r. ...... i. ...t.-.. i ..7, .i'iiri.ijui. uu , iiu i. nun ULin oi niic tl,.it l, ,v,,i,! ...... i: ., i.;... 'i-i, ...,. limber ot tlie uniier vtmu J ii, O IHUtl VIV. H i i I 1 1 1 I 1 III It ! , t p , MRS. LYDIA E. PiNKHAM. OF LYNN, MASS. Attempt ill Alitluelion. in:n. 1'LICKlNGKi:. In lirothersvalley town- 'hands blind ship, June IS, lssd, Samuel Flickingcr. aged 7S vears. Ali.v.rKr:i:, Wis.. June S). While Heitie Sherman, ajrid 1 years, tvas returnini: from seliool, yesterday afternoon lie was induc ed to get into a biliary in whi.-h there were two men who tied his ; rapuiJy III lie nva bud him and drove V'!len about thir- ber and such UM'-nn-nts of rock had eullected on it for the j.ast live years. Luckily the workmen were not near at the time and no trains passing-. Trains were delayed about four hours until the rubbish was re moved. There was naturally srreat 'excitement over the reports and all sorts if exaggerated stories circula ted. There is no damage, as the lloorin;; was about to be removed. ALTFATIIER. K!i A!::'a:h.-r d this life June 17. 10, aged, i',0 3 uioiiiiis and 3 !::vs. from tiie city he jumped I'l'.L'-ry, notvithstaii(!inr' : to kill BOWMAN'.- In Stovstown June 12, lssO. Alice P.ow man, aged ft months and lft days. Alice thou art gone, sweet lovely one, Thou . hcr:- hcd form of earth. And thy place can be tilKd by none, TIiVL'utnbo!.- have ceased an.lall iiiv mirtli. j teen m ties .,,ai.tt,,l j from the ears, ft i ineif uireats . 10 uin r.im, ami a j fanner eomin-4 to the reseue the bov .. ..1 .- - .. eseitptu. .v iteieeiive is on uie 1 j -. . 1. 1 j 1 .i . .... , , iracK. 01 ttte arjuuetors. nu-iiov , jiarents are wealthy, nappni1,' was d.motle.-s for the pur i pose of seeurino Si reward lor his re I turn. Tln-.M" ltoys Hung. "'"''-:'-a "jf : J - Canton, ., June 2". (horire W. Mann. !. A. Ohr and John Summit, were hanL'fd to-.lav. Mann and , , , , : ,' i I 11. v w.OV..r..,1 .!...,( I. f..r tl... 1.111 r.l,. -' no the .-1 - ' - ""oi-."."". i-'i ..... .......... v. loim watmaugn. t no murder was! UeNf-.s Pep, Cadi n '. X. aincd at ; ot ot Cha-. II. I :-her.v Co. I Bovd and b" will tell vou w H.v's Kidney Pad was discovered. . it :4jTisiiop. rs have litenilly destroyed the ; ris) many wheat lb-Ids in renter county, i i.A bimtifiiJ young girl is conlined in the I ."irgi:!: state IVnitentiarv for hors. steal in dies' and lient's I":id . cheap and goo.l, call Cliirley Hunter, the bi-st natured man in Soni rs. t tow iishiji, h it a bucket of delicious oxdi'-art clierrii iii our office one day last we 5.. Suiie of them were monstrous, jiiit. a lniinber measuring thns.- bu hl's and a ha'l in circumference. i For f tertcw, tore. I T1,ef loyd'aj A U' lim n hanfl at X I'ariiicrs throughout the county say the ! gra-s -iiopiHT crop w ill be large this season. Tli.- -i. .-rut. le. iiTr.:.ili' u.iir,r..il from r,.,.lr, ' ' the late drv siiell, if the hopiiers begin their it Walters ! , . .. ,1 n 1 di-siru -tivc 1 jH-rations, goiHl hay will lie a Charley Tayinan, son of Pavid H. . Tay . to 1 .. .... - 1 man, 01 uivaiisMiie, la.eiy inwu C.V......I.U- u Im.mi.r of the U tion and was admitted to the est Point Military Academy, lie was ap,io.mc., 1Ie ,va, !arK,.,y i,k.lltii(,, with th, the jsisition ny 1 oiigressman v.ourooi It Hon. William W. M'Kaig. one of tin- old est member. of the Alleghany county, Ma ryland, bar, .lied at bis residence in Cumber land on June 21st, n bis7ftth year. He had islaiure of Mary land, mid mayor of the city of Ciiml-riaiid. business illtents of that nla.-e. and was a larrre stm-k- tak ability and considerable scholarship to h(jMer ,n , .ulni(.rI.u, ..j,,,, ' f.,(1ory pass the scrutiny of the military board. Charley and his friends liavc our eyngr.itu-lations. and senior member of the firm of M'Kaig t Son. of the Beall foundry. He was born in Ohio in isoii. According to Huxley and those other fellows, the world is about six hundred in a trip through Middlecrcck township, recently taken, we came across a hero of two show will Ih- .... ..... . ...... ,'11 .11, .1.1, 411.11. uld fail t i buy their I'rugs at C. X. ; ! scanr tirticl. in the fall. otli 3 irk. Waiti.r to i.u!.!i- of Gent's Fiiniishing IcmmIs P. Walter J. Co's, No.li Mam- h fidl olli, sonicwha; ial returns delaved els's.n r.wnit-iie. Whc you are in need of Press Trimmings, e Ut i-laee to buy them is at I I N. P.W11.TKR.V Co's. Mrs. Be hard llalileruian. sister of Senator iruerc. w ith her two children, are at the Diners! lloiisc. The Sh leu. w ill be sent to any address in iccoutey from now until January 1, lssl, It j?l 1 a lvanee i I 'Abefiugh. of Jeliersou township, has a dendii Held of mts, w hich is the admira Wl of id passcrs-hy. Alie.WV. Stiitzinan, of Stonycreck, rn 1 day last week and callnl c wr. happy to s.- him. Ml,.'ora Maize, of Pittisburgh, dauglih-r f Ju;ji ('. A. Kimmel. is in tcvn, speud- a Iiiv wc. ks with her parents. . JLvi.r. nie bouse and lot now A. A Sani.er, a lirst-class tvim, a gmdu- ' ate of the Iteiutcunt ollice i now visiting I relatives and friends after a prolonged ab i sen.v in Petrolia in the oil regions. At ! this w riting he is trying his hand at a little . composition in the room overhead. House plants that are kept in sleeping : rooms uluntld not be left in tlie open window j at niht, as the vapors given off are frequcnt I ly unhealthy. Place them upon a table or 1 on the llwr, and let the pure air enter your ' chamber unobstructed. j The primary election excited great intcr j est, although but four officers were to be 1 chosen. Tiie friends of the various candi dates worked like lies vers, but without quar reling, and the nominations made appear to be generally aeimiesced in. was in on us. Mothers, before giving your little babe cough or en .up medicines, remember that Sines' Syrup uf Tar, Horehound and Wild Cherry, is tlie only cough preparation that contains nonjiium, morphine, nor any other nan-otic. S ,ld only by G. W. Beuford. At Kastoiij Pa., a German tramp was seen .M-ell. ... ..... ... Uu i-:n:. . i. ., ., ,, , o nre a l.arn, and bide in some high grass - '-Mi-n.nu. 11.1 panuu- sinifliuc-of Mrs. Marv Kevins. Tlu!nj;;w a mi-take in our Wioei toegh published la- iuor;stat.-s tlie H.pulati..i to lie IP17. Tlie U-; and el,eam -t lot Hats. 15.inii. ts ! I.Jct -' ;nni Gelit l-'nriowliix-F ,...1 to await his chance and rob the Iiouse when the inmates isme out. He failed, however. census table i to accomplish his design, as he was arrested Week. Mr. 1 nd will serve rl... Kli.t.. for tom. -i.k t come. Iglloli.ee , the virile o niasjv j 1,. is the . fhec; H .rm X. I. Wai.vlk .k Co's. ih U bliss, hut iH-ing ignorant 1 Day's Kidney Pad is costing 'pie their lives. 4 . N. ltovd Mr. Spiller is progressing rapidly witli Ids j extensive contract on the Somerset and , Cambria railroad. Tlie work is hi-avy in j several places, Jmt we predict that our I energetic young friend will be found equal I to the emergency, and will complete Ids j w ork up to time. j Hon. S. S. Blair, of Hollidaysburg, was 1 taken seriously ill on the train while cn million years old, or two Jnuidred million - wars. James Kelly, ft.'! years of age, served years, more or less, since the' birth .if the five years in the regular army, and was in human inhabitant, and to our certain the war with Mexico. At the outbreak of knowledge, a woman can't throw a stone at the Rebellion he enlisted in Company C, a chicken or a pig any letter than the Fifth Maine Volunteers. He was shot woman who is said to have reigned over the through the top of the head at the battle of Barney Vogel, a Cambria county "moon shin, r,'' a term which .supplied to distillers of illicit whiskey, died at llixinont Asylum last week. He was formerly a resident of Carro'dtown, w here lie worked at his trade of stonemason, and afterward went into the "moonshine" business out in the woods near the village of .Vlcktown, in liarr tow n ship. He was arrested and taken to Piits burgh toi'.aait trial, but while in jail bis mind, weak at the best, gave entirely away and he was sent to Pi xmoiit. His lunacy was of a most violent kind up until recently, w hen strength failed him, and then came the end. The remains were taken to Car rolltoWn and interred in the lmrying-ground there. M.inuii:i. I'alal I'iglii Jlclwer-n Drovers. PIVF.LY MFSS evening, Ju.ic lo. Church at Bc:v!i. !. Mr. Michael L. !iv Miss Lizzie Muser, committed June :27th. 17", in a iirove near Alliance, l. The victim was an ai'd man. residinu in I'hila dehihia, but who had walked tollli- j nois to see friends, and was r-'turn-eolored n,t the same v.av. lie had fallen in On Wednesday ! man, 1'aiUel tiller. Wtis loliml ivith lii timrdoroiM .! l -i.l ..ivmi is-o, in th... Reformed; this evening oudlemvoiHl road, in them of his little .store of money to Kev.s. u. r.riocni.augh, Tin' country, aneonse:.. us lidin a ter-1 ilv f,.,wi .,,,,1 !!. !- ul u-i I 'll It .1 1 . -1 , .1 . ...... iy, ..; fuiisiuiry, fa., to : rune mow on me led side oi t lie j killed mil v So am I a 01 neiiin, i a. jiiean. lnuieted i.y u inunt instru-1 Jlm nu 111. tie was earned to the near- j Wa dues. lav i man, III NiT( '.V. June 2- ..A Daniel Yaller, w;is !:!: i. DWATKK. June 2i. e of the bride's parents, by Mr. Job fi. Kimmell and ':.i!V.aK'i'. all of Somerset household of tlie royal Adam. The Secret Service has been notified from Washington that a counterfeit one hundred dollar note on the National Bank of Balti more, Maryland, lias just apcred, bearing the same general characteristics as the counterfeit of the Kiuie denomination on the Pittsburgh National Bank of Commerce, The workmanship in sonic rrsiiects is suid to be sniverior to the genuine. South Mountain, and was wounded in the breast at the battle of the Wilderness. He has made an application for pension, whii h will likely be honored. He served in the army for nine years and four months, and four and a half in the late w ar. Foil Tiie Cami'u:x. Wo will send the Ilr.iiAin from now iinli! the first of January, io any address in Somerset county, for OXE DOLLAR! Tiie money in every case to aeeomnanv the urdi KIMMKLL- at tiie rcsidciici Rev. J. A. N mi 1 Miss Man- K. V C'.unly. Wl LI I KLM -i I A RT WH 'K. June 23d, at the residence of Mr. ( ie-.r.-e Turny, Addison, Pa., by Rev. J. B. Taylor, Mr. Alexander Wilbclni, of Paws,. ii, i'.iyette county, Pa., and Miss Kinm.-i Hartwie!;, of Ra-t LiU-.-ty, Fayette county. Pa. KsistitiK Reveane Officers. n w.'ien i 1 1-. r ..--.Ii -l ? ! mmit, a boy of 17 vears. w-.is em. vi.'t... I ot iioi-'iii.rieo i'lirist i7l S1:-""' ami :i piiy.Metaii stated Spuhhr. a bov 1(1 .who j that the wound would probably 1 1 M rt:iiAt. witness : ; rove filial. W hen he recovered sui- j ti-jal f, ,r ur.,n, bnveii v. iticiently to taik, hi- jrave information ; t,.;,,, )?a tK. hundarv i which led to the arrest of a white j W;'IS sentou.-ed to !i e v in; n named j.oii rimr. t.oiii parties j ountent. Jb ; were etntle drovers. A di!heuity mi st him in a S:i,,miit was cha 2'. and ::rs" initins- omitent. lie was the; lito' ;ht out of the lioniioiii i-i.- 1 r--r..l i't ,r rose J-e.-ardinsr whoso e.iUle should i mmi,r and senteneed. Much ex-ite- e weineu nr.-, n.-n l ool struct ,,.,,. ..... ,.r.....i ;,, .,,,,. l.,. l Yaller with the cattle her.ler.s. ho ;ivv sta-k tise I bv ite Atlanta, ( i.v., June '2. A Atienipt at Suicide, er. Subscribe at once, so as to get a full nuc J'osse, in attempting- tocap.turei llaphael I'antanti, th.- Italian hum' i.ril.S .,...U.,:.......l...l...ll:..ii,niiv.l,;.i,. r. P..I II.,'. .1., ! l.i-is.oo.i. in ;.dl .. I 1 i. .1 1 J'...., I- , ... I.,.. ..! IFi 1.1. 1 till. ..11 I, unusual event of a triple execution, and the (.iovernor ordered live com panies of military to preserve the .1 t 1 . 1 1 t f -f I t I It . I M . peace. Ail the saloons were ordered Lycta c rinmuni i vegetable compound elosei Diso.vErata ip LYDEA E. PINXHAM'S 7EGSTAHi5 CeSIPOUITS. For all Female Complaints. TUta premrnlioTl, a.1 1H name. liffniAisi. consists ot V.irta61e Ioirties Ll. .1 are harmless tu t,V nml itrl icate Inralid. I' poa unc trial tho merits of thia Cxm pound wltl be rcc.Mr-uz.1, aireli.-f is linmedtite; and when Its oso ia c.ntiuui-d. in ninety-nine coses in a hun. drtnl, apernmnt-ntcutr IsviTcrte'luthousrjida U1 tse tify. On acconnS ot ir.. proven m-.-rlts, it is t.Iay p etmiraended and prest-rilKsl by tbe best pbysi-'ians In the country. It will cure entirely tjj worst form of falling of tbe oterus, L.'Ueorrb'.-a, Irntrtilar and painful Menstruation allOTarian Troubles, InflamnuKlon and 1'lceration, Floodinirs,all Dlfplacementa and the eon setjnent spinal weakness, and is especially silapud t the Cbnnpe of Lift, It wiU dissolve and etprl tumors from tbe nterusin an early stnre of development. Y.ie tendency to cancerous humors therms la eheckei very speedily by Its nse. In fa.-5 it has proved t 11 tbe jrrt est and best remedy that has ever been discover ed. It permeates every p.irtlnn of the system, an.lirtv.-s new life and visror. It r-mor-i fsintne-ji.ffsto:-.'n"y, es ctroysallcmvmr; f-rtin.uUnlj,aBd nlic-vi weakness of the stomach II enres Bloatinr. ncadai-hes, 5i rv. as rroslrsCoS f Icneral Debility, blecplecsncw IH-pression and lma irestlon. That feeling of bearing down, causing pcuu vre.cbtand backache, la always permanently cored hf itsuso. !twUlataUtimcs,andarMlera)l elrrurosteii ces, act In harmony wilhtha law tbal g ivurns Has femak-.RTstetn. For Kidney Complaints f either X this ertn pound Is unsurpassed. oun: cl the primary election to be held in The subscription does not expire lin er the full and comnlcie returns of the If ersons were as careful of their health as they are of their wealth the death rate would be much smaller from that dreadful scourge consumption. It carries oil' in the I'nited States in one year ten times more persons than sm-cunibcd to the yellow fever in the South. Thousands of valuable lives an Ju til Presidential election have been published. We h-eie Republicans will see the necessity of having a stalwart paper in the hands ..f every voter. The 1Ikiiai.ii will continue to Ik- RKP-Ho'f RKITRLICAN! And will labor earnestly for what it deems the best interest of the party. Ask your liioousiiiiii-is li.'ur i.eit waK. wa. were resisted. One moonshiner war killed and one mortally wounded. the 1:1 V, The execution, ace rd of the state, was j.ri- tonnd Iiea.1. SeiciiiE. The wife of Wolfgang Hoffman of Brothersvallev townsliin. committed sui cide on Sunday morning, by hanging her- would l!avc ,,wu saved fnim consumption neighbor to subscribe ! self in the cellar of her own home on Satur- "au nicy useu nines .-yrc.p oi iar, 11.1 day night or Sunday morning. We have t-herry and Horehound in tune. In all , Fire. About one o'clock on Monday not lcarnisl any cause for the rash act, ex- """ t,f whoojiing cougli, croup, astiitnm iiftornoon an alarm of fire was raised. The ccpt that the lady was in aome monetary au'l lung affection it lias proved to be a 'cries came from the same quarter of the trouble. We have since awrta'ined that certain cure when taken in time. Sold only town in w hich arose the coiiHagration which by (.forge . ISenford. Price 2.) cents; ex- thrice swept over a large portion of Soin tra large bottle, ftOc. erset. The citizens were much alarmed and l-TH'A. named .J X. Y., June 2. A nhn Youii''. of Svracu 'a., whokilled AVt-ltt r F. rnevlioiiiih a fellow prisoner, with a club, I made :m attempt to commit suicide mi Sunday ni -lit. lie dashed his i hetid anainst the wall of his cell, man , 1.,, .i:.i , 1 . - .a- ..- . om. inn inn mu i cen in iiiiiieiiiii; s'- M le inir t y.ite. 1'eatli was almost, instantane ous, and without apparent pain. Xo ,. Ill .1 f.-i ! iio.u.s ill 111 1 . lie 1 .'iillo.illl ... I ll.e.li. 11 uTvlv'1 ,H'ar th1w(,uIV,'1,1S:,,' ' tl'e other joisoners wen- eon-tanily at la tle tails yesterday le v-as , amM)vi ind M; K killed while attempting to board a ; ,avi' n 7rit.ks. () Suu-lav nilit disorder occurred, althouirh. . there i was a vast number of people outside j the jail where the execution took place. Xone of the murderers had l 1 .11 . . . . . iii-.-.. -. i v - , i in' nous nilurv. lie eoninlained tnat i .i . . i i ; r ii : 1 i ' i mr r ' i was brought uj in (.'hiea-io. Mann j was frfun Xew York. Sammit was i Is prepared at C! and '' Western Avenne, Lynn. lis. Price Jl.'si. Six bottles f or J5.0O. Sent liy aaad in the form of pills, also In tbe form of Losemres, on receipt of price, $1.'). per bov, for eatber. Jtrs. rtTKHAM freely answers all letters of inquiry. Send for paja palct. Address as above Xrntam thii paper. 5o family should ba without LVDLA K. riNKILlV' LrVEaFtt t.S. They sure Constipation. LUwusness, and Torpidity of tbe Liver. SjcesUpcrbux. freiirht train .V'cidciit at a IJIast I'nrii;ie the supised suicide has turned out to lie brutal murder. Conrad Miller, of Jefferson, lately erected one of the largest barns in the county. It is llftiM feet, and 21 feet high. One hundred hastened to the place indicated by the cries. r.nniiliii-.iiii.ii;-i!iii cornier coiiniiiiiu- j.ieutenant J aviuaii .of the rir nitiativ cation wc, m speaking of W lute s hrst set- happened to have bis team in harness, and tlement in KiftO, either by mistake of type .lrivinc rapidly to the diamond and en-inc- iind tevcii men and 45 women were at the or In were made to say 1S15. Also, in Mr. house, ni-roused the firemen who landed the raising, and all were entertained in genuine i- 1- i.obinson s illness we were made to say extinguishers at the scene in the space of country style. Urias Hay lor was the arch i- Mrs. Robinson, and in sis-akingof ', )Ir- about two miiuiti-.. It seeme.1 that some tcet, and from the manner in which his T l'rnyer to ' Ovr Alnk; " were made to boys had been playing with matches in work was done in .this case, he will have "ay "r Abe," which caused him to elevate John H. Wciuier's stable and had ignited more to do. Four buildings have recently Ids eyelmiws worse than tbe lady did w hen some hay th-reiti. and becoming seared been put up in Mr. Millers ncigl.b jrliOO L "he M(1 "lie was only 2 ft years of age. had quietly left. It was very lnckv that Abe says any one wantinG to know whether some gentiemen in the vicinity discovered Tlie Sun says a bunch of wheat containing Ins ngurcs agree with family record in this the fire in time and put it out, else niiHty-onc fully developed lieaos ims oeen r.i...i wiej can imerview me census list, would have had another tale of which is on file m the Prothonotary's office, record. Mac. Thk BiT I L'ver Kxkw Of. J. fi. Star- raised on the farm of Mr. George J. Apis.ld, in Baltimore county, and and adds: "This bunch is claimed to be the product of one grain of wheat, and if this is correct the in crease is enormous, for samples drawn pro miscuously yielded from 44 to ;K) grains to . ' 1 1 . ims.u.m.i.i )i . .. .;n and Liver (Vmiplaiut fur several years, and lhpbead. At40irrainsttheheadtheyield , , r . . . . nave used every remcay i coui.l Hear ot. we woe to lie was exasperated bv Fernvehoutrh I beyond endurance, and, in his ; rage, tie struck, nut did not intend WliKEUXC, June '11. A very dis- j to kill him. liantanti is about six tressino; accident occurred at tlielliv- j tv years of ajre. and professes to erside I'.last Fnrnaee of this city to-'' ll:lvt' 1j'n monk for some years in i rr-i v ' .. ......... l., 1 ..1 1 ' uav. nit' men were t netiwu m .i ..".i...-o.i.i m a ..u , i-m h.m n u . , , , , f workin- about the blast when part comjK'lled to ilv on the chamre of latt t.n"t J.tni" 11 l-"'tit of arsenic .. I . k T L . "1:,"tm.,.rn,w..t ,.V..e.,i ,-.,..e. "?" 'mouslv concealed m the oi me nosii nil in, sctiiieruio inr. r-w" ........ Kimr.l.. t.l-..i. lie was in ttrison m default ot pay- : 1 r . from Stark county. The greatest care had I ecu taken to watch the prison ers to prevent any attempt at sui cide. On 'Wednesday a box was re ceived at the prison directed to Sum mit. It contained three rosebuds, i but a close inspection, revealed the metal in all directions. Frank Heme, the manager, was seriously burned, with six others, two of whom are not ! expected to recover from their injuries. Taiiiiiiany itcs Heady to Tomahavt k. ing a fine ot live sault and battery dollars for an ri he paekar." came ; from Massillon. and is siiTiiiosed to ''""" j have been rent by some girl friend 1 of the condemned bov. .Mann and A TrainTiirown Overall Kiiibankineiit : Stinilllit WeKO both Catholics, and their vouth induced B.ILTIMOKE OHIO II. It PITTSBCKOH DIY1SIOS. On and after May -i. lsso, trains on this road will depart tram and arrive at depoc, corner 'iraal and Water Streets, as follows : EAST. WEST, Washington, June 2-'J. A promi- j a strenuous en deavor to secure their pardon. The The track -laying on the line of the Som erset rt Cambria Railroad, from Clinton and the head. At 40 grains U th would be 3,40 grains for one, which seems almost incsedible." ravages in some Parts of Bin $ .nu ix,- are so great tiiut some of the : J'esteblay from Philadelphia, and JJ..vc Urn coni.cilcJ to A plant tlnir I "l"'" urnval " Alt.sdia was removed to the n js Cxcctcd that the new road to connect "'. r.?.iilcn(a? of his Min-in-Iaw, Mr.l.l. ln- Chicago with Baltimore, by way of W oostcr. ; dolph. Dr. luid.s, of Hollidaysburg, is in ; Ohio, will be completed within two years, ion is the il.lrt I aitcndamv uihiii Mm i.- ir-.i ruwi aiui ...a...- .i l.i.ilil fn litts- . . . . rf- I- Ki:.iberts' Rmlir.K-ii! " in the lnark.i. h d...-i n. Mi a reputation over all ..th. 1 ':.'. W. IVn ford. not blister rs. For tr. If.-, (cut I thrl I. Picking exhibited a rattle snake feel long op,. .Liy lust w ts li. The ''.i'i ehatigisl cloihiug within For the delicate and complicated difficul ties H-uliar to lUc female constitution, burgh having lieen rhisenl except ?2O0,(UO. Bv the time it is completed the ritisourgii ! and Connellsville road will have an addi- A Mother's Ghikf The pride of a lnoth- i.i pi a I-., l ixkhav s rietabls Compoixd j tjollaj tnu,k a1(1 t)ie fatiliti(s, wiU Jh- etpial er, the life and joy f a home, are her child is the sovereign remedy. It aims at the , to tll(we ,(f tic vi1Celing route, with a le- ren, hence her grief when sickness enters.. .aiise ami produce lasting resulta. tM-nd to ihe distance between Baltimore and takes therfi away. Take warning tlirn.i " and Chicago of upwards of fifty miles. that you are running a terrible risk, if they have a Cough, Croup or Whooping Cough, a j Mrs. I.y.lia K. Pinkliaiu. 2.53 Western Ave- " ; "ue, Lynn, Mass., f. f phamphlets. ' ti.ill on flu. ,.11,.-.;... ..c ....i:.i.. - -j..- ... . o..s.ii..ia- j c'.oli.ni distri.is of .Smierset 1 f'S-iilted in a majority for consoii- ! Copies, of the Ruin and Regulations gov erning Republican Primary Elections in Somerset county, printed at this office, in neat pamphlet form, 0x3 inches, convenient y" s- . hi;. ,,f Augustus Kochh-r ,,f, for carrying iu MK-k.i can be had at Chas. v- I'e' got hoi, I offome lasl-bug i.oi-!H- 1"'Uvr Vo.'s News Depot. Price 10 1. i l.urs,:ay and almost destroy..! it- ' n''tt"- Three coi f. 25 cent. Tlf "'"''ia may vet ).rc fatal. 1 ; At the present time when there arc fo l "I the census enumerators w ill : many worthless liniment in the market, it "ld. and all ladi.-s w ho are oi" un i would lie well to inquire which Ls the best ac w ill not lw troubhsl with the ' d'" ''' found in M. B. Roberts' celc t i. n, "how old are you?" ! bratisl Kmbrocalion. It is a panacea for all TION ( i Kr. is guaranteed to cure them. Price 10 cents, 30 cents and si. For Lame Back, Side or Chest, u-e Shiloh's Puku Plaster. ; Pri.-e 25 cents ' U band the celebrated tluld.Hi nr. made at Spriiigli.-ld. O. lu-t A full line of Family Groceries - cln-j, lor .-ash. Joel ill Kl.Ll.KK. ailments that require rubbing cillicr on man or 1 cast. For sale onlv liy G. W. ISenford. ' '''. I--.. of P.s.ria We note with great l leasure that the Re publicans nf Fayette county, Ta., have noiu inate.1 our cstci-ined friend E. K. Hyndnian for Asscmblv. If chi-l.sl ami nc Iione lie in, lib, is among ill l... i.. . i....: i...... . , . in in.ii.7u.. puma u'uiliii wl ; H iuihn i.ere. w e ; i. ,1;,, ninriiuX ,,,, ,, we d ni(t (,,m,,t .nu. he l.asagn.wing prac-, J)e wiUt Mr. Hyiidinan's constituents wiU 'ennc. He is alwai s a wel- liavo 1(..,asil,u t!lcir m.lortHm. "r at Nwu-rsot. , t w I Shilou's Caiakkii Ri:xv. A marvelous ; cure for Catarrh, Diiihtlima, C-anker-mouth I and Head Ache. With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal injector for the more sue- I , l ,v- Fakmi-ks.t nui the agent for : 'ell "Grain C-..1I.," o.. ' i.... :.. ' ...v i.:si in Joi All SlIAFCU, Sinners, Pa. The following is the Census statistics of which lead to Consumption, if you do not Addison township : Population, 15M2 ; white, attend to it at once. SHI LOH S C ONsl i P- liSO; colored, 2. Petersburg, 227; Somer field, 100; Listonburgli, 03; I.nkerton .set tlement, 13.r. Born in Pennsylvania, 1313, in Maryland 1N2, in Virginia., in Gennany 20, in District of Columbia 4 in England 3, in Ireland, Kansas and Xew Jersey, 2 (each,) in Kentucky, Misonri, Texas, Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio, West Virginia, Xew Hamp shire, Canada, Scotland and Wales. 1 (each). Deaths during the census year, 22; since June I, 1KS0, 4. l l . "'""'' " 'Centre streets, has been iTogressing wpidlv Iowa City, says -. "I have bad the Dyspepsia sim. ., ,,, , ' ; plcfe.1 a far as the Fritz projierty on Rail road street. The rails were laid across the latter thoroughfare to-day, and as the line of the old Feeder has been filled up level there will be no further delay until a jM.int on Bedford street, at the Shrader projierty, is reached, when an extensive filling will be" necessary upas far as Sandyvale Cemetery. The Cambria Iron Company is doing this part of the work, and as a large force of hands is engaged they manage to push along with great celerity. Stone for the foundation of the bridge which will span the Stonycreck nearly Opiosite the residence of Mr. Oslmrne "are now living taken out and prepared, and the structure will be in plac by the time the track from this end of the line is com pleted to the crossing line. Jl,i.t,ini Tyihhiir. Pi i:r;i.o, ('oi.., June 27. This morning an accident occurred on i dauirhti r of Judire Myers, win. sen .1. , . .1 . ... T . . 1. - . l e... i. 1.'.. .i. ' l . . " ' . . nent Tammany politician, who ar- j W , ' '. Vl- V . " xnc ."i''" v,lt'''1 t,,e rived here from Xew York to-dav j jt1111"1. tJmmilc9 wes oi Sargent, j ( ...vernor and hoped to move him upon receipt of the news from t'i'n-' KanKlH rcs,ultn?J n V10 1(':." ot i "-'T '' l"r'nal application. had been-"1 ' nnurv oi several ; a respite ot a. month w;us secured. otners, two prouamv iatauv. l lie luittlie am. nations or nan On t.-n e every without any relief whatever, until I saw your Shiloh's Yitalizcr advertise in our pa per, and was persuaded to try it. I am hap py to state that it has entirely cured me. It is certainly the best remedy I i vcrkncw of." Price 75 cents. For sale bv G.nrgc W. Ben ford, Somer-et, upon receipt cinnati, that Tummanv summarily ejected from theeonven- G.oi ..,.r.,oel.-o.l ll.n tj.i f ll,..f..c Ituli, llliiaiA!.'. .ii..b n . V I'll ll. nil i tr- 1 i .1 .. i, i ..;...! .. r..i.,i 1. 1. i Der hour when tlie .smoking ear nan i..oiiiniLi..i i.vt.i ii it ii iii i . 11. 1 .1 1.. el, .'..I. -..., 1,1 r.,.st lw., fl,r.ct..Gi ! 11111 " 11 "-' IWOCllW gentleman!':""'"1 nvut a1' !f uv.n a it-,k t.K.A ot-loin -T.-oinr I lw. . ttw.s a-. ,i ) was iirt'scnt 1 . , . ;:lrficIdXewi!,:,-:l", :,ni' (''n'ss '-apel. v ..1.1.- iiwi.m ,.,; ..;.. 1 ine scene in tiie ears was nevonn a.fltv i'i -ri',.i.' 111... w. ii i . i i ... ; desenptuoi. MAIL. MAIL. Leave : Leave : Piusbura s-"-1a.m. Ni-w Ymk .' j. m. Hruld.s a .!. " MiiliKielpliia l.i-s a, m. M.-Keesport :.a bulttmore -s-is We-Hewton ll:iv. ' Richmond 111:1.'. p.m. broad Fonl le:ls " Wanlnnirton :l.ia.ni. Ml. 1-leuis.nt ll::;l Cuu.livrinud 2:alp. ui. lOnnellsviile 111: ' Hyuilman 3:13 riniint.xsu n la kw,iMl 4-; ' Ohio I'yle ll :jt Ohio l-y!e f,MH ' Kis kwiNsl ij 4.p. ni. I'nioiii.twn Hymiitijii i:.l " l:roi P-.rd a: si llumtrlanit .:;,i Mt. Fleasant 7:17 " Wnshili'OH '-':.. " Connelisville " Rllilllioud ll::a.m. West NeWfriu . baltttiior !:.-. p. u. .Mi:k. esporl ; fa I'hlla lFl.hia J ig;., ni. Ria.lil.sk tiesr York ii " l'ityl.iirf s:.tl p. bl train was running about 20 miles . to etfeet any further extension of wine Xew . York. Another from Xew York win added this will give clemency. Catholics The endeavors of the induced the Protestants to The Express train leaves Plttshomh at 7:55 V. M. arriving at Connellsville 10 00 P. SI., Ko. k woo.1 P. M. In return the Express leaves Cumberland at 2 :; A. SI., arriving at K. k w.Ksl A:" ', A. -XI., Connellaville 6 4 A. 31 . Fltla barKh -, :ti A. JJ. Tee rno9t direct and riteasant route to the Case and South via Washington CKt. Through Mall leaving at 8 .so A. sr., daily ar rives at Washington at a. h.: Baltimore. 19 :i r. M.; Philapelihia310 a. m. ; Kew York f :4a A. M. ; Richmond ll: i a. v. Thn.uxh Express, leaving 7:J5 r. . daily, ar rives at Washington at e:4o A. x. : U .Itlmera, s id A. .; Philadelphia; 1:1a r. m. ; K. V., 4 4". T. m make a similar implication in b of Olir, who was a Lutheran. Through Mail trains dally. Expsees trains daily except Sun lay. Aecouimoiiutlin trains atd Ejert Entrees daily except Sursiay. AlHiut 3Ir. Hayes. a short Gistan Ml Washinoton. June 20. There were two groundless reports on the .street to-day about President Hayes, one that he died last night, and the other that he was striken with paral ysis while in church last Sunday and was not expected to live. Tele grams addressed to intimate friends of the President in Ohio soon elicit-: vime pacing over i ed the fact that there was no found- ; (';ir k"i'' tr:"'k- atmn lor any such report: j Hayes was in perfect health Women and children were crving and screaming for holn. i and men bleeding from injuries' crawling out of the windows. One i lady was caught between broken! seats; her husband lav uneonseiou-i I e away, while their j harna-d anions thei cushions. Two physicians on the : train rendered prompt assistance. It; is supposed the engine broke the rail J Ih I Ticket oliices, eomer Kilrh Aienueaml V.'ocsl ' t reels, and depot comer Grant ajid Water sis.. Pittsburgh, Pa. I I'. K. LORO, Oen. Passenger Agear. E- M. i'.'EE, General Tieket Agenr. 1x;:cuTok'sXoTiUE. r A as J Apples, dried, Ji ft Appie.nu-.inr, n gai ! Bran, V 100 as Butter, (keg) , P.ut;er. lb (roll) : Buckwheat, busnel " meal, luO fcs. , - HcesTvax, fi e-eping ! Baca,, shoulders, l ft I " sides, " " counirr hams, V ft.. ; Corn, (ear) V bushel The Kcptil:!i-an National t'liiiniltce. Corn, (shelled) ) bushel... ; Corn meal II ft Unit skins. l ft oa ES.SET IARHET Corrected by Cook fit Busuits. OEALKU IS) CHOICE GROCERIES, FLOUR & FEED ! f Ianiel Zimmerman, late of Stoytowa li., Soroarset CoM Pa., d- d. Letters tes'aaentarT en tbe slw.ve .... k..i. & to ! br'B t"1'1 'he umlersigned by tho proper i f u.th,"ril.y.: aoti:' ta here"y firm u, all pirs. 41 ii lndel.te.1 to said estate to make imuiedmte pay '.. "..'.'.' i ment, and those having clainy a onst the same . .. '-jue i1" I'resent ttltln auihenti. ate.1 f.,r settlement 'H w Saturday, JnD io,h ik. .,m, ..i "ia 00 t s,lulre Weittey, in SU.ystown Bor at 1 o cloek JOHN H. ZIMMERMAN. M,T 5 Executor. ....it . .... 7e : Sx! . .1 : Ii) j.e.r issue la.st wt briefly noted - 1 lint an aft'ray ti m ik place at II. mtsdale, ( 'lear- fif'tll Mlllllfv ".II V.Wtinl.if nv-i.l : .. i I. SoldUMrco.W.Benford, Drugudst. Som- ' , ' ei.lirs.. of Oi. iiiiore..! o S......1,. 1. ., .1 1 . - -- - w imiu ii-.i m-ell niiii dercd by two miners. Later particulars are erset, Pa. Fx-Govcrn.irH:irtrantr CoitiHiission WAsiiixtrroN, June 2). The com- ' Washinoton, June iU.triield when in a: 'several conversations with 1. General i Eggs, y 4m.. in- . . i i , flour, w bin.. ashmgton had ! FiaI,,eed v du. II!.eij'to-oc T?XECUT0U'S X0TICE. -je ee (b ill IO, ft B . s3 ...ii M.itf eJ Estate of George Ha Men, late of V5"e-ef!snr borough, deceased. Lattcrs testamentary on the above estate hav- -lie ; u-g i-en gran-e i tutne undersigned by proiwr missioner of ex-( iovernor Hariranft 1 1pi,-,1i' tonehingthe Chairman-; resi as Collector of the Port of Philadel-1 .f A the Rational Ufpubhean . O V.'ho supported ; Mlil.inu!?, and enop lixfts.. n the 4th of July next, the corner stone of a new edifice called St. Perter's Reformed Church will be laid at Rlioads Tannery in Somerset township. The berviees will be Every barn struck by lightning is report.sl ll"' hand, and the following is given as to have had a lightning-rod, and the fact t,ie -rue ""ry of the bl. sidy encounter: elicits many curious comments fr.,m thn Two. Swtsksi who were employed in the press of the localiti.- where tli (K-eurrenct- miuci at that place, and whose names are takes place. Er. Of course it will elicit given as Johnson and Hangmeyer, were ia "eurious comment," but that is not the fault "'""'l !'" ''" young men named Evans and of the lightning rod. Where a rod is not J,"- to visit a house of bad repute. They projierly put np the building is better with- wer! refused admission, and all started to out it. To insure protection the lower end return. One of the Swedes had a revolver of the rod should lie bnriisl four or sir f.-ct 'n his liossession, and he was prevailed upon unucr charge or Kcv. V . 11. uatcs, resiuent -n lhe c;mIlniit c41Tth r a n,nl.,K to discharge the loads it contained. Then a pastor. Other ministers from adjiuwt stream is the liost and si-rap in:i should he quarrel was pn-cipitated, and Evans drew a j cnarges win assist in ine ceremonies, jue miri, whh k or what Ls better still an IH l'-ol and tired at Hangmeyer, the bullet public in invitied to be present. An.vone ,,!, copper plate soldered to the end of the passing into the heart of his victim, causing attending is certain of good treatment, as WithoutstichprecautionsthereU folly instant death. Johnson was also shot no community excels in hospitality and - inp ,nom.yt mt p lightning n hK through one of his lungs, but fhera is a other Christian virtues the Jicople of the change that iie mav recover. Evans and On Sunday, June Gth, a young man nam- Jones escaiHxi, but were subsequently re el Wyman, residing with bis parents on captured, and two others named Higgins Bully Hill, was bitten on the "ankle by a - III!! are aLso held on a charge of having be Bobkiits' Embrocation. Rheumatics or copjierlicud snake, while bathing in the concerned in the affray. The man Evans l... 1 ....-) ,!i,. ,,-e. i I -ommutee. l no: ....in i'"..? jo. l', i.e. i, .mil ,. . . r j. i . . ' MU, W DU.... Lid .t vet. lien f,.-irflo,l l-.Jn., ! nomination of Oeneral Grant p0UtS.ba at VIIUJU", n in ts-im-i I V lirMUlltH ; a 1 a a! rp . . ! , l roiained ai me iro:isury until me Iresi(l(int has apoointeit Ins succes sor in tho (rdice. Tlie iVsi dent is cxiK'cted to return on Fri- !,- 4l,.-k titoor. i..i .1. ,,,.. ,,.,'11 beniTan-ed so that tbe ch-mo-os in h,.:lI,shlP l.h(.V !.-!inl. i to take anv action in this direction . kkh. ftV.V.V.V"".V.'." calculated to emliarass (lartield, and even when them were invited to tak I : Salt, No. 1, btil.extra .. "' " Ground Alain, per aack. some oi , " Ashbin, per sack. the Chair- I... Tallow. ft.. Thi is " i. .1 wneat, w cms.... the two positions can be made Julv ! 4 """' """: .r o,,-ause woou ft - l fit nnv- le- inn a! hi:'it.s'.-...to,i. ..-OK I M authority, notice Is hereby given u. ail person Sc tj 100 Indebted to said estate to make Inme-liste pay 4'JJ nient, and Uhim hv.ug eLtiins agslnst It to pre' , 8."iJ7oO ; them at the 01fi.-e of tbe executor in Welters" TovjW hurS txirouli, on Satunlav, the loth day of July, l0;isMl. iHCHAEi, EO.NG. 4oii4ie 1 ni?I Exeeuior. j ji'inn us xc )tickT le j John B. Bise and "1 Ia tha Court of O.mnwa ...2 2.'i(?Ii2 41) i Ann -lary B,s j Fleas of Somerset County. ...fcl 4ini'. 7a I t J. Penna. So. 79. April T. M 04 i John O. Hay and j UTJ. Voluntary aesign- SsJIO ; Aaron f. llittner. menf. ?7th April, lso. u- .....AuitW.'fl I signees' account tiled, imb April, lasu, exoep. 2e lions nteil. 1 lia-t -.'S I And now to wit, 19 April. 1SW. theCourt appoint first Irish Famine, i the result of the labors of the Chi- northem section of tlie township of Som-set. Mfi MJ I John K. Eille. Es.).j auditor to pase tne eic-p- uirLlliriut'U IV aN4eAH .UUTH 1 1 1 1 s m ! legally entitled therel... 1-r.nr 1 n xr e. v. , v.-. rv -.rr, rr, iS'MBItSJCT Cor HTV, SS 1 i cagti Convention, but because it Was ! "Ct" AiJ A1oL,J11U iAO. Extract fcim the record, eertltle.1 Ath May. la , ,. , . i desired that - ( h-ncraK lartield should j TIrp7rv7"c Vt r" ""' xuic to hereby stvea to n partie. tumi remarkable iaet taken in i be left perfectly free to select the I .H K1A'"r oAiit. that i win attend u. tueduties of uie atve ap- ......-.. k i , uoincuient. at tna omest.ti it m h kmti sm 111 ire-: chairman and organize the Commit-I lir vinue efcerUiu writs of m. Vs ;....l ... ,.t I in the borough of Somerset, on Thnrsdav. the Hi where loec la- A most connection with starvation land is the large exportation of cattle from the famine streken islam! to England, where For the two too Soreitor f'-nnomM of IVmtisvl ! the Oourt of Oismmon Pleas of Snerset County. I of Jn!y next, at 10 e'clock a. n.. tl l. . Cliaior V .l.lKTOn, OI I cnn.-V I- p an(l to me uirectod. th-re will be extse.i ! leresiedcan atten.1. railia. was tlie first choice Oi (len. to public ealo at the Court House, In S"jmerset. : . JOHW 1 .here plenty aboutuls. , (larfieM for the position, but .Mr.! weeks ending on oth of i Cameron declined to accept. While ! Pa oo junel. EDIE. Amiltrir. Tli" lay, Juty lo, lSSII. j ccssful treatment of the complaint, without sufferers with sprains, cuts, bruises, old or river at the Foster farm. Young Wyiinin who fired the fatal shot, is only about tw extra charge. Price .V) cents. I For sale by (ie:rgc W. Benford, Somerset, I'a. - and !", "tu niToi eauie snippeti returning to his Home last wecic Irom claim otT the deimdanl wnuau, ; siter .ir; ii guiii iH.i I 'i ' i,T UllH LI,JAiV-l l' 1 HlHlll LUii, t II. rill lit IH it 1 111 : 'cat CUitr. "FUilW '" " I - . w., -s pni -. n ... I . tlnilnAtno.luW.intr 'I tl Woinavjut aonaiw L , i.e". jieao. mere were aiso .j-y, at llarn.-.mirg oy Air. I anieron, and contain mg -.-is acres more or less. ..r which there ... i .111 UH0...01 fllwl 1-' ci.-ini. tfiia t 4. ..1 f e.. I... I ...4 ... I I . are ais.ut i , 9 acres csear ana aoout 47 acres in en- -.. . 1. -.. ... i.m iv , on oto in... ii.u .........iii lii. 1 11 1 for leap-year nicnics am inn- 1 '"' -'irls ''ring the lunch, including sugar, ml the Jx.ys furnish ) aad make the lemonade. The! A corresHimlent of Vick's Monthly says 'Jip the swings. 1 that .me sKioiiful of course powdered fah I11 1- 1 1 rru , V I- ' I 11 1 j- t 1 1 e 1 i memiow. wun a mrgo urirk uweuiBg nous, irame England. Ine r.ngii.n landlords for some distance, in order further to dweiung house, bonk bam ami other outbuildings "nr. rf,.r 1 f tra lMtnp in a tui; nf minp mil1 i1irmv twitjitfi .iisi,wcOW o)rerUw,a. ' nilsurimwi0(L For maggots that ira m.w N. 2Ma(.v,.rcl in . work at ,iie nvota .f souash vim, pour I about a pint of the liipiid on the root of each in meantime are busy evicting their : discus the organization of the Xa- fZV' leiiains irom me 1111ser.11.ne caoms tionai cummiuee, it- is renoited "'"'r'"""' ""." aMnnenance. fnh wounds, wwcllings, burns, etc., will occidentaliy stepped on the snake as it lay ty-one years of age. JifiHtt iitm Ti lbun. find it to their advantage to use M. B. Rob- coiled on the beach, and before he could ens ccieorutcu .rjnrrrocaiion. 11 mis ueen remove his foot the deadlv fanes of the Sixr-s' JJvsE.XTcnY Comoitsd. There are lenains irom me 1111ser.11.ne faoins tionai Committee. It is in use over 40 years, and Is :the most reliable reptile were buried in his ankle. He bur- no disease that will so quickly bring inci- J they inhabit, and all that Can are j here that the, result of this) consulta- aud efficacious remedy known. It does not ried home, and medical aid was immedi- dents of a ierson's past life and make him blister tlie skin andean therefore lie used ately summoned from this city, but all ef- think of home and his mother, as Cholera, with much better results than any liniment forts to counteract the effects of the poison Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, t ramps. Colic, in the market. It is alao good for horses were unavailing, and be di.nl 011 Thursday and all their kindred diseases. And to be where an outward apMiatUm is desired, evening. The snake was killed and is said without Sines' Dysentery Compound when and should be found in every household, to have been an unusually large one, overtaken with the above disease is to lie al and well rcfrulated stable. Price 23 cents imissneine m..rii fii-o t . i - .---j- - -- - - -- - - i .-. ... ! A UDITOP.'S -NOTICE. The ondersigaed bavkil beea ammmted. br the 1 Orphans' Court ef .Somerset dusty. Aa.luor to ULsinonie tne lames id ine nanus 01 toe aoo. mis tral. of John Eeidlg. dee d, to and am. ng thsw lejj.-illyenti'led l hereto, will attend to the duties 14 said appointment at tbe office of Colbora al I olliorn. in Somerset, Fa., 00 Tuesday, June 21. lso, whe and where all parties Interested can. altea.1. A. J. COLJOR.V. u-.sy Auilltcsi embarking for Lnited Slates. At tion was thai Mr. Cameron has di Carrakove. in County (lahyay.eiL'htv cided to reconi.ler his action in le. families were ejected from their j dining to serve aB chainnan of the it buildings! in one day, and halt of j committee, and that after consulting n?u "SP purchase money must be paid i having be tlicse, nnni!)cnn,!j; one Jitindml ami with Senators (. oiikhnr and Joiran twenty men, woman and .children..! hn-wtU- nr-JftM heir TtakrB In Allsrmtilill lkt I ha . snf TvkltsB Saw Nonc.-All persons purchasing at the afore I A D.M IXISTUATOR'S X0TICE. sale wilt please take notloa that a part of the ; f purchase money u. be made known at the time ; , At . ., ,, T,.. 01 saw wm ne rcqpireo as soon as tbe uropertr i x -LC " xi"r"i ' "Y- " ... ... . , r ' J . shin. deed. e.r ..tmlnlstratloa oa tke above estata having been granted to the undersigned, notice i on or before rbumlay of the Hrst week of August I hereby given to those indebted to it to mage tin mae Court, the time ttxed by Uie Court for the acknowL ' diatanaveu-' - J ssinnanl at - . - - . 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