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R Sd'I.L. EJitor. iC ..Uctohcriv li, ikO. Ixil'XTY OOMM1TTEK. I llili'iuati. 1 T. .1 ., ltrmllirnill. lK-ny. z , T W.U-V. F. I. Knepiier. ;uilt.Oe..Iry. li.. V HiiUM'l. ani'."-;'" rL..LeviKnii.p. wn. 8. M. Cover. , Bc!iJ"un - irm. -'"' - 1A- Turkey foot. Samui'l Minder. ?ii. I). Li'.dity k. Jociah lile. Kr-v1, ; l,!!e'ivc : ;IK. H. orm-r. v r Baltimore, John ii.rire. Jctntir-ie. M. 1 Sl.aier. llianil't"". Amos V. IViwiiian. ynt, VAtT Hoffman. ..wahoiiiiii--. J-J- Zimmerman. iUury, V. U. BoucUcr. .. N- A. Urubaker. ,fm lroiigli. Wm. U. Kiww. 'y,-l,J.J.onan. wnorset North, John J. Darr. -'aitiipUm, J. C. CriUtlifuld. ven-ek, S. G. lUlUer. .jv.wn. diaries W. Pu",li. l,,n,it. C. E. Gislw-rt. Turkey fiwt, A. M. Cramer, ns, Wnt. Shaw. ,f;irribur?, J. J. Iliner. j.,ns U. S;ott, Geo. W. Pile, Secretary. Cliainuan. ,0 can solivt an ovcnimt out of 3X) at 50 to & at II. Ilrifi.Kv's. t1.I):irii;gt!n' fair, on the fair (.round's-, n-iKili-n shawl. The finder wiil bore ,! lrmi li-aviiig the same at this f- r a pet a jair of pants for from 73 tie $7 at H. IIkcfi.kv'm. Utuiy saved is a penny made," is one l.r Ilii-nard'a" proverlw. You nn -,-riity-five iK-r cent, ill Unying your ,:J inter tikkIs at II. IlerrLKv'a. at ,t,T M.ikket, MaisCbowStkkct. I will . ,ii, Land at all times, Beef, rrk, Mut- jiiJ Sii'.wip'. at reasonable Jiriees. Ojien - mi!! ntti a meat wasmi three tunes Ilkkiiv KaeuAB. Somerset. Pa. rib-sly acktiotvlodyvs that Ilellhy bus net. largest and clieutxe-i stock of iupii Somerset county.' nit V ,ut. I am irejiared to make all ;.f hair work, exa-pt hair jewelry. ,. fronts. cteM at the rate of 40 cente .in (or r-HU and from 'M to 15 eetita an n-fT ei-iton. No work under 60 cents .jhiiril. u orK ean oeseiit umiupi muii- 1'irt ifS', or left at late rehidenee of ha'-iti". dee'd. Alice A. Shatlis. uiiuiiu. Ilif ,-k oi i niitireu y, ijovs ! YitiLV clotlilnp at H. llEFFLF.V'a. eat ifiKKCT. Main Street. We have t,Mcd a lar-e Refrijrerator to our Ieat irf in wliic h aH meats can lc ke-t eoo' rlmn. Mutton. T.ief, Tork, Ac, kejt .in:l-nu hand. ljei dailv. Parties int meat t-an have it kejit in the llefrig :,fU!:t;l wanted. t jave, also, 1(i,i0 new briik for sale, tli we will sell bv the hundred or thous- a aluw nriee. 1AVIS K to. juin,. von win una ai jioniey s uie .it line of skirts vou ever saw ; alno iu.lis of dress cloths, dress novelties, '.wl i!ai,ls, Ilenfrew Gingham jilaids. i-t anything you need in Uie dry goods tions line you can get at II. HekilevV. ':L"i' Tata rum Remkhy, A marvel for Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker and Head Ache. With each bottle ' ' an ingenious na.al Injector for the f'jnsful treatment of thirse coin--i- w::liu:tt extra charge. Friee .Vcts. Hiy ;;.. W. Ik-tiford. lruggist, Pom : Ti. ?:C.iiiir.irt! in aidless variety and all - .'.; at II. IIkkixky's. 'nti:i. Bridge and Trestle Carjienters, ir rituhiirgli A Western K. It. Apply ':. oliu Louden, SuiTvisor of Bridges, t-Ui:y City. tJiiia, valises. Hats A Cas, Cloths ai.d -.iT", (links, Watches and Jewelry ist at II. Ui:rri.KT'B, 'a iiever yet ls-en definitely settled ns "struck Billy Patterson," but the &rr a unit in saying that Sol nil I'll largest and lxt stock of Boots, Hats, 'a, etc, to be found 3u the "T- II lias just received his fall stvk, i is one of the largest and most com ntr brought to Somerset county. Give - 'all. ''-M This Qi kstjos. Why do so we sec around us, seem to pre- - -..Xt anj le made miserable by In '''' ('nstijiation, Dizziness, Iiss of .ite. Cutniiifr np of Uie Food, Yellow icn f,r 75 cts. we will sell them Shi staliier, rnaranteed to cure them. i l Ceo. W. Ihiifonl, Iniggist, Soru- . r.rf, R,k4s ! lUts, Hats, Hau ! 1 '!". ( api ! and everything kejt in a 1 K.jotAi:hte.etorc is to found at ''t. in Mammoth Block. His stock i, l i.:. . . iijw, ins itriii iravnii "0 can save 20 ier cent, bv buvinc '-;a. Ilissah'S are larire mid his oro- !!. Ca!l and si-e him and be con- riIi,K at Tnif. The market is -fa wheat, potatoes, Vn:, keg butter, um, onions Ac, all at good round 'nil- tliem right along and return eavi, r value in merchandise. Cook A Beebits. ''iIEii.-l,,ii.l...o c .'. I ti.l.. ,! a full hue of Headers, Geogra riUnuMt,. i: ' Inks and a general assortment of w e..lic are f, fafc by C. S. Boyd, 'Mai,,! Ktationer. Parent! punhas- for the opening of scluHd on Mon- ill fnd it to their advantage to k U ret- cs. "' it'Xsrii itkvc rvr Tlii is lie ; r !v.i,,o Uie most roccessful Cough . i , ve vcr 1 Ji f'w doaea in cure i!i ... t ..r ...,i. . nvinft linn V'l . . Tl.f-. i , " 0 tht cure of Consumption is w ith ' iu the Lh.ti.rr tlf tnedkine. L" tr dixwery it has been sold on a amwhl,), no other medicine . Ifyoaha ve rough we ears- ; I'0Wtryit. Pri10ct.,5cta, E. !f.,.,,.i -. ,ui t.unps are sore, iiirw or . '-at! ,, ti.M..,.,. t.i V li7 Ct,-w- Kenlord. Druggist. Som- V i ' w lrfik A l S. F. Pickwu, Somerset, Vx. JUoll'ur.1 lias a marrlr; insurance agt-nt Wearvl.aviiig iiua delighiful autumn weather. I a ".ive only U".H RvpuMlcan tiinjtw ity in uu ' iff" year. James luulx-H. lias been apiKiinted post- masU-r at Uriiic, Stt'iiyrreek township, this I county. All of our reuilein should read the bio- I'laphid sketch of il-tu. Juhii Cessna our lirt age. 0,uite a number of Somerset county peo- pie were at BaltiMiore last week to witness the Oriole festivities. The Ohio Bepubliuans turned out pretty well for an "oft"' year. Let their Pennsyl vania brethren do likewise. Corn busking has been inaugurated amongst the farmers throughout thecounty. The crop is scarcely an average one. Hon. A. J. Colborn left Somerset Monday morning to attend the Yorktown Celebra tion. He will return the latter part of the week. A nnn.hex of insurance agents in Johns- town were prosecuted last week for pursu- ing their businuKS without taking Out a Ii- I cense. The people who go to the Yorktown Cen teuuial will enjoy the novel! v of tenting out There arc no hotels and verv few houses of anv sort. It is said that under the refreshing influ enees of the late rains, the wheat which was put in the dust, some weeks since is com ing up nicely. A coniiany of New Y'ork capitalists have I purchased 6,000 acres of coal lands in Man or vallev, Westmoreland countv. They in tend to manufacture coke. A snu.ll piece of charcoal placed in a pot I with boiling cabbage will, it is said, prevent the unpleasant smell from that wholesome I vegetable when cooking. I our tanners pixiose to "maKe nay while the sun slimes, and tlierelore are putting tneir jKitatoes on uie niarKet at a ume wi.en they command a gooil price. The chicken "wish-lione is likely to sup plant the "horse shoe" as a jopular design in jewelry. Already it is beinn mounted in irolJ and worn on the biKoin as an orna ment. Then-was a slight mistake made in ouri asl ije in regard to the tunc of boldingl the liublican meeting at Jenner X Roads. I t will be held on Saturday, November 5th, I p. m. Mr. A. A. Stutziuan. Renubrnan camh- .Lite f..r Rifister and Recorder, "called to sec us Saturday morning on his way home from Baltimore, where he had lieen taking a look ,t the '"Oriole.' Already the weather prophets arc pre- dieting a severe winter. God pity the ioor among us, if we are to be visited with an other winter like unto the one we experi enced hist season. The cold weather has brought about the old miery, "Didn't you hear the bell ring V' It is generally addressed to wearers of straw hats. The meanins is olain to those who arc most interested. Vnder the new schedule which went into effect on the S. A C. Railroad, Monday, we now get our eastern mail in the evening in. stead of having to wait until the nextmorn ing, as heretofore. Now is the time to begin to plant hya cinth and tulip bulbs for blooms in the house in the winter. The bulb catalogue of any prominent seedsman will give the sim ple directions for management. Mr. Auditor Snyder returned to the laoe of his nativitv Sunday afternoon after a I two months trip through the west. He re- norts the west a verv eood country to look at, but to live in prefers Somerset to any place he was at. I Tie church which the Presidents attend N in Washington during their term of office, is. for the time being, the fashionable one. Last Sabbath President Arthur attended the St. John's Episcopal church, a queer little structure, altfmt two squares from the White House. 0.uitc a large crowd of Somerset people went to Pittsburgh on thr excursion tram inurMiay morning lor u.e i uV "" nessing uie Closing ceremonies iu me sition. Thev returned on me .Mountain Express Saturday night, and report having had a very delightful trip. Whvcan not aliterary association be form ed here for the benefit of our young people and older ones. too. for that matter ? The coming winter evenings could not be more nrofitablv snetit than in exercises that would improve the mind and afford an in, nocctit but solid enjoyment. Vnder an act of the Legislature a heavy fine and iinprisonii.ent are imjiosed upon any ierson found guilty of defacing walls, out-houses, fences or trees without the con sent of the owner. It will be well for all artists of the jms:epot, stencil plate and I whitewash brush to bear this enactment in I mind. l"n to date fortv-four nhysicians of this county have registered intheProthonotary a office, as required by a hde act of Assembly. This probably includes all the male doctors in the county who are entitled to practice, i nsmiumuiKuirre..,!, . male physicians in the county wtio nave not yet registered. I A circular has bcn issued to the county. b..rouch and citv suoerintendents of schools bv Hon. H. E. Higbee. callinc two coiivcn- tions of the officers theccmine winter, for counties west of the Allechcnies and the other for the eastern part of the state. The convention for school officers in western Pennsylvania will meet in Allegheny, Jan- ury 10, and continue threedays. Milk readily absorbs every odor, whether to agreeahle or disagreeable, and catches every I variety of ferment which may hapiien to I come in contact with it from the air. It who believe that the cause of truth is best should be carefully protected against all advanced by free discussion. An early num sucb influence and kept in pure air out of ber of the Review will contain an exhaust- the reach of all noxious smells. Good but-1 ter can not be made from milk kept in filthy milk house or cellar. Tlie committee in charge of the (niosid monument to be erected over the grave of I President Garfield have issued a call to the pcople of the United States, asking for pop- ry ular subscriptions to the fund, and request- per contributed by tlie Manjuis or Jlianrord, ing newsiaers, postmasters and bank to and Senator George F. Hoar writes a states receive and forward to the Second National manlike article on "The Appointing Pow- Bank at Cleveland purjxwe. contributions for the Judfc-e Hall is asking Kcpublicwis to vtde for Ran tor the reason tliat if Ba. r is elect- ed he f llalll will have a larce practice in both Bedford and Somerset counties. Which Raer would he Ju.lif the one irom Somer- aet amnty or the one from Bedford county, is a question a creat many people will be likely to ask before they cast their votes this fall. Brtifurd JlryMiran. Boeton University, in honor of the late President, "who, in rpite of poverty and other obstacles, acqvired unusual learning and usefulness, and who was ever ready to assist those struggling for some worthy ob ject," has decided to establish a fund known as "The Garfield Scholarship fund," the in come of which shnll be used to aid worthy and weedy sdudenta who ore striding for professional education. Th influence of such a life and character as Garfield's his made itself felt in every department of pub lic life, and variuna institutions Uirtiughout the country vie with each other in perpetu ating his memory. The water-famine In this section la about at an end. The lato rains have soakel the parched earth in a thorough manner, and the wells and springs will soon arrive at their regular stage. Many physicians at tribute typhoid fever in certain hcaHtic to a low and infectious stage of water. If audi is the case no fears neod Imj entertained of such state of thing in Uiia locality. Our public schools opened Monday inorn- "'K " "v usual nmiT oi pupi.a on u.e -iron, i lie school term is only live moiill ana pareuta should see that their children are prompt and regular in their attendance, I The teachers employed are cabbie and effi cient, and although the term is short much knowledge can be acquired by a regular at tendance and close application. Hon. A. H. Coirroth, Capt. John Holder- bauni, W. J. Boer, S. V. Trent, Mart. Hart- zell, John Bender and Y'e Local were among the Somerset county persons in attendance at the Bedford fair last week. The exhibits were not up to those of our fair, but the crowd in attendance was considerably lar ger. Financially the exhibition was a sue cess. Johnstown and vicinity have succeeded ,u ,,C"'J ""Ing ul amau-iK", " I 4 1 1 1 i 1 .. A "oncu ue.,.s unuer comroi. i o-i iuev lias cuiiie an epimijr iwiil, ous scourge diphtheria. A numlicr of cas es of the latter disease are under treatment, and a repetition is feared of the experience of a year ago, when scores of victims where gathered in, and even cntiru households de stroyed. Dr. II. II. Wynne, recently of New Y'ork city, has located permanently in Johnstown to commence the special and exclusive practice of Diseases of the Kye, Ear and Throat. Dr. Wynne has had an extensive experience in the large general and special hospitals of the Metropolis of the United States, and lias recently been surgeon in cliarge of one of the largest Kye Hospitals of New Y'ork Citv. The undersigned gratefully acknowledges, the following collections for the building o! St. John's Evangelical Lutheran church, at Millhcim. Pa., vix : gtovstown charm-. S5i87: Friedens chanre S.C1 ; Berlin charge, 21.95; Cetitrcville CU8rjje, $H.35 ; Lavansvillc charge, 12.1)3 Somerset charge, $12.00 ; a friend, $7.17 total, Sl.T0.SS. Jons To.Mi.tssos. The Itepublicans of Cambria county held their convention on last Tuesday, and nom inatcl the following ticket : President Judge, Hon John Dean ; Associate Judges, Richard Elder, Joseph Masters ; Treasurer, F. II. Earker ; Commissioners, Samuel W Davis, George Graiuliug : Director of the Poor, David Davis ; Auditors, Wm. H. Con iicl, C. B. Cover ; Coroner, Joseph S. Stray - er. v. t. KuUtaJ was elected Lliinniian ol the County Committee, The Scientific Jmenran gives the following recipe for getting rid of stumps: "In the autumn or early winter bore a hole one or two inches in diameter, according to the girth of the stump, and about eighteen inches deep. Put into it one or two ounces of saltpetre, fill the hole with water and plug it close. In the ensuing spring take out the plug and ignite it. The stump wilt moulder away, without l.'.a.ing, to the very extremity of the roots, leaving nothing but the ashes. In order that our sportsmen may act intel ligently, and under the law, we will give them a hint about the shooting of game. A year ago rabbit shooting was per mitted on October 15, but this is changed In 1H7S a law was passed making it legal to shoot J art ridges and rabbits ou Octolier 15. but last winter the legislature changed the law, leaving the date for tlie beginning of partridge shooting the same, October 15, but establishing the legal date for shooting rab bits on November 1. Sortsmen would do well, therefore, to "stick a pin" in this. Faith-Doctor Daniel Shaffer, ofSipesville, wishes us to say that he has been registered under the late act of Assembly, and that he is still successfully treating a large number of pafit.ntl! by -laying on of hands and by prayer." During his practice he has treat I.ta, suffering from all U.e various diseases, and he mantains that he has been endowed with the healing power from on high. To those who doubt that that there is a direct command in the Bible to "heal the sick," he refers to the 17th and 91st Psalms, lGth chapter of Mark, and 11th Hebrews. There are comparatively but few people in this country who have any adequate idea of the value of the apple crop of the United States when the crop is a full one. The total exports of apples from this coun try from August 1st, D0, to May 14, ISM, was 1.3M.S0G barrels. . Putting the value of the apples at the low price of $2 per barrel, we have the enormous sum of$2,0:i7, C12. This was a neat little income to the United States, and this year must fall short a mil lion or more. It would be well for our farmers and fruit grower to bear in mind that to raise good fruit pays like raising anything else of a good quality from the farm. Mr. William Feme!, the young man sjok- en of in last week's Herald as being alllict ed with the small pox, died from the effects of the dreadful disease at the hospital, last Thursday morning, and was buried in the cemetery attached to the Metzlcr church. Mr. Ferrel was a young man of about twen ty two years of age, and was a native of Orange county, Va. Forthe past eight months he had been employed on the Som erset and Cambria Railroad, and bore the ract of n honest, sober, industrious T0Ug Jnan a rumor of another case or small pox near town Las hecu cjrcuiuted, but we have j,, unable to trace it to any authentic The discussion of me U.nst.an neiig- ion," by Colonel Ingersoll and Judge Black, which was commenced in the August num- berof the AorM Amtncaa J.rncw, is contin ued in the November issue of that public Una. Col. Ingersoil now replies to tue strictures of his opponent, and presents much more fully than he has ever before done the logical grounds for his opposition Christianaty. The article will be roceiv- ed with interest by those who have read the first part of the debate, as well as by those ive reply. In a Symposium on Presidential Inability, four of our most eminent jurists, Judge Thomas M. Cooley, the Hon. Lyman Trumhull, Trof. Theodore W. Dwight, and Gen. B. F. Botler discuss the several weighty problems arising out of Article 2 Qf the Constitution. "England' Heredita- Republic" is the title of significant pa- ox" 0f the President of the United Statu. The first Republican meeting of the cam- paiirn was held at iterlin, .Moniiay uigui. and was one of the best we uae ecr naa the pleasureof attending. An organization was effected by electing the following ofii- Cera : Ireiiident, Samutil Walker, of Alle- gheny township; A Ice 1 refciuents. jacoo Musaer. Francis Knrpper, Jo. looroaugn, Swretariea. P. U. MUltr. U. F. RaymaO The audience was large and entliusiastic, showing tjiat the Republican of old Berlin and Brotherevalley are fully aliye to the im portance of standing firmly by their colors in an "oft"' year as well as any other, and when a ticket has been fairly and honestly nominated of electing it. If tlie number and kind of men who were present at this meeting is any indication, there will be no cutting of the ticket in Berlin or Brothers vulley this year. Tie meeting was address ed by ias. L. Pngh and a V. Trent, Esq's. Hon. John Cessna was present, and being loudly railed for. made a fcw brief remarks, but declined to make a speech. Paint will have to look closely to lier vote or Brothert T alley will carry off the banner this year. How many tnisnnderstaodinga arise from the loose way in which business matters are talked over, and then when each party puts his own construction on tho conversation, the matter is dismissed by each with the wotxls "all right, all right." Frequently it turns out all wrong, and becomes aqneslion for lawyers and the courts. More Uiati three fourths of the litigation of the country would be saved if Uie people would put town i net r agreements in writing, and .sign tlleir al)oi) , th(.m Each word in our language has its own particular meaning, and memory may, by the change of its jo- sition in the sentence, convey an entirely different idea from that intended. When once reduced to writing, ideas are fixed, and expensive law suits avoided. Intelligence received at the Warner Ob servatory, Rochester, X. Y., from Bristol, England, stales that Prof. W. F. Denning discovered a bright new comet en the 4th inst. It is located in Uie constellation of Leo, right ascension 9 hours 22 minutes, de clination North 10 degrees, daily motion 30 minutes East. This is the sixth comet which has been seen since May 1st, five being new discoveries, all but two of which were first observed by Americans, and is certainly a high compliment to the industry and skill of American astronomers that they have shown so fine a record. The total amount which Mr. II. II. Wsrncr has gived in com et prizes during the pastyeari8$l,300 which shows that Uie Interest taken In astronomi cal affairs in this country is greatly increas ing. "How is Your Mas ?" We have receiv ed from the publishers, Messrs. Lee & Shop- hard, Dos ton, Mass., a copy of a book bear ing the above name. It is meant principal ly to act as a reformer in a certain line of business, which of recent times has grown to immense proportions in our fair State, and bids fair, if something is not speedily done to arrest its nefarious work, to cause the ruin of thousands who as yet have scarcely heard of it. Our readers need scarcely be told that we refer to "graveyard insurance." The little book in question deals with the business without gloves and hits hard and well deserved blows. It is I crying evil, and we feel sure that this publi cation will do much toward enlighten ing people as to what the business is doing A new time table went into effect on the S. & C. Kailroad. Monday, October 17th, at 0:20 a. m. Under the new schedule, local freight leaves 1 lock wood at 0:20 a. in., ar rives at Somerset at 8:2-1 a. in , and at Johns town at 10.35 a. in. The mail train leaves Johnstown at 10:35 a. in., arrives at tfoiiter set at 12:Z p. in., and Kockwood at 1 p. in. Accommodation leaves Ilockwood at 1:50 p. in., arrives at Somerset at 2:2a p. in., and Stoystown at 3.-05 p. m. ; leaves Stoystown at 4:30 p. in., arrives at Somerset nt 5:21 p. m., and Ilockwood at 5:50 p. m. This train only runs between Ilockwood and Htoys town. Express leaves Rockwood at C:20 p. m., arrives at Somerset at C;50 p. m., and Johnstown at 8:50 p. m. Local freight leaves Johnstown at 1 p. iu., arrives at Htoystown at 3.05 p. in., Somerset at 4:25 p. m., and Rock wood at 5:30 p. m. Messrs. E. K. Hyndman and James Coch ran consumated tho purchase of an imiueii.se body of coal land this week. The tract con tains 1051 acres, and lies at the mouth of Jacob's creek, lartly in Terry township, Fayette county, and partly in Rostraver township, Westmoreland county, having a frontaee on the Yeughioirheny river of about a mile. There are two distinct veins fcoal underlying the tract one four feet n thickness, and the other nine feci, the latter lying fifty feet below the former and the entire tract drains itself. The whole had been under an option held by Patrick ennings and Jaiifs Matthews. Sometime ccently .Messrs. Hyndman and Cochran purchased the interest of the former and they have bought out the later and closed on the o;..ion. The price paid is said to be $2tK) per acre. The purchasers will open out tiie coal as soon as thcnew Pitts burgh and Youghlogheny road is completed. Courirr. The regular monUily meeting of the Board of Directors of the Baltimore and Ohio 11. R. Co., was held at Camden Station on last Wednesday, President (iarrett called the attention of board to the fact that the Somerset and Cambria Railroad had been completed as a rst-class line, with substantial masonry, iron bridgei and steel rails, and that it pass ed through a most interesting region, full of mineral and agricultural resources. The line from Rockwood, on the Pittsburgh Di vision, 49 miles west of Cumberland, ex tends through Somerset to Johnstown the at of the great works of the Cambria Iron Company. The road is 40 miles in length n order that the merchants of Baltimore, and the citizens of Jonnstown, and the peo- lc of the intermediate territory, shall have opportunity of forming personal acquaintance, and ol understanding the dvantages of this important new line, and its connections, the President suggested that an excursion be arranged from Baltimore to uhnstown during the present pleasant au tumn weather,' so that the board of direc tors, and others Interested in this improve ment, (ball have an opportunity to exam ine the route, and to .visit in Johnstown. The suggestion was approved, and the sub ject was referred to Uie Committee on Fi nance to make the requisite arrangements. This excursion will probably take place in leearly part of November. It is believed at the proposed trip will lead to exten sive and mutually desirable and profitable intercourse between the people of Baltimore and the communities upon the route thus opened. Rtltiiuart Ameriran. Paist Items : One day last week some cows belonging to Mrs. Charlotte Livingstone broke into a field of Mr. II. P. Custer, where his stock was. A vicious cow of Mrs. L's goared a aluable cow of Mr. Custer's to death, and spring calf in such a manner that it died few days afterward. diaries Holsapple recently sold his farm Mr. M. W. Kcim, of Johnstown, at $50 ler acre, amounting to $18,0o0. Mr. O. W. border, of Bonier Station, S C. Railroad, will move his steam saw mill to the farm of Josiah Custer in a few days, Z II. H. WYNNE, M. D., Oculist and Aurist. Diseases of tlie Eye, Ear, and Throat, Ca tarrh of the Nose and Throat Carities, sjic cialtics. Office, No. 222 Main street (upstairs), over Dibert's Hardware Store, Johnstown. Office hours.Oa. in. to 9 p. ra. Oct. 19-Sm. DIED. ZIMMERMAN. On October 7th, lssl, Matilda Zimmerman, after a protracted ill ness, at the residence of Lndwig Gardner, in Jefferson township, aged 22 years, 0 mouths and 12 days. She died trusting in the Savior. Her re mains were interred in the Cemetery at Bakersville, and a funeral sermon preached by the pastor, L. L. Sitber. MARKIKD. WEYAND KIMMEL. On October Uth, ISSt, at the Lutheran Parsonage in Fridens, by Rer. J. J Welch, Mr. Joseph Weyand to Miss Mary Kinimel, both of Somerset county, Pa. "W'OTICK Xo all peraoat wbosa It may mnrcro. take ao tioe that 1 have Bade apiilcatlua to Hon. A. K. Pnkla, Beer eta ry of Internal AOalra, lor a war raat tat Uaerasef malaptoysa land, sltaata la Shad tawnakrp, ftosnersel eoaoty, Pentylyanls, adralalBKtasxUrjasn Sliek m the north. Ja cob Haofaaaa ea Utm west, aad Jonathan li. War ar ea the nwth sad east ; aad at the expiration f thirty days will ask Usst a warrant be itsued tor the aasa to sac Oct 19, 1631. JONATHAN a WAGNER. milium mi '!' i ii wriri ii ni in 1 1 i m mm iDoTiiililinQTi TiToDtinnrn ! lLUpUUllUUiilUUUllllgO. Meetings will be held at the following; tunes iiiid places and will lie addressed by aWe si-ej.kerj: LET TUIiltK HE A FULL TURNOUT at all of them. GEBHAUTS, Wednesday " m, 2 10, 7 20, 2 :o, 7 Ol ? " 21, 7 ROCKWOOD, CONFLUENCE, Thursday, ' URalNA, " PINE HILL, Friday, WITTEXBURG, " WELLERSBURG, Saturday, " POCAHONTAS, I lOOVEUSYI LLK, Monday, " SCALP LEVEL, Tuesday, " DAVIDS VI LLK, JEXNERTOWN, Wed. STOYSTOWX, SHANKSVJLLE, Thursday, " EI'CKSTOWN, " " Soctiiamitox Mii-is, Mon., SALISBURY, " ... " MKYERSDA l.E, Tuesday, N..v. BAKERSVILLE, Wed., EDIE, FRIEDENS, Thursday, SIPESVILLK, Friday, JENNER X ROADS, Sat., " J.w. R. Scott,' GEnaoE W. 21, 7 2ii, 7 31, 4, Vil.T., hecretary. Co. Chairman. sosrKsrraAitKr.T Corroot.! by Cool BEEaiTB. DIALI2 I" CHOICE CKOCtRItc, J LCU.l & FEED Arplci, dried, y 3 Applet, utler, y yal.. h.-an. 1W t s Butter, V ke) Butter, V Bfrol!) Uuckwheat, ip1 bushel uie&l, ltju Its..... Beeswax. f lb Baoon,3houlun, 1 b fldca, li " country bams, SJ Si s-J&e 3IMic tl W1 -ii aaje 7I.C J3 00 ttfe o,Vic 16 l:; 16e Corn, (car) ?! 'buitbol wictul oo 1 00 Coru, ( lielloil) lbUii.el. ...... Corn mei.1 ft ft c lie uall skins, i a, Eicirs, v dox Flour, V bid t Flaxseed V bu.. I6e M o Sotj-f7'io 7e ITS 1'ictylJo Sotl-3 tbfi'.W 7oUS0e 11 00 wS6e Haais, (pui;ar-c-ured) yt Jb Lard. ! ft Lottjer, red rote, y !t n-;;cr ki:-. , MrMHncs, aoi! chop IM tj... at. yi bu , rutn'.oec, y tu (new)..... Pco. bcs, Oriod, lp t ,ye in. ............ ft 1 ootid -ju STolUC tie le Siil- No. l, y b'd.entra 176Sfi 00 1 40ysl to M 00 310 11UC14 If!) fe tlround Aluta. per act. 1 An t-.'jr., jier r cd.... iu.-ir, ye!!nvi ?' ft WtiltO Talkw. t' B Wneat, baj , Wool, )! t -Si .......... ...ajj,o c 10U IiT I'liOCLA M ATIOX. h'hki-.kas, the Honorable Wn.LiAsf M. Hali. President Judceol the several Courts of Counnoo I'Utf or tlie neveral counties eonifo'1!? the Six teenth Judicial District, anil Justli-eof the Courts of Oyer and Terminer and Gcueral Jail Delivery, lor tlie trial of all capital and other offenders in the said District, and Da mix STi-rrr and C. C. .Mi'Ksk:.UA, Lf luircs, Judaes of the Courts of C'immun l'leas. and Justices of the Courts of Uyeran.I Terminer, em! General Jail Ielii-erv lor the trial nf all caoitul and ot!ir offender in the county of Sicentl, have issued their precepts t to me uircetcii, lor noi.nnir a ohb or t;oin- mon Pious, and O-eneral iurter SewWti of the Peace, ami (loncralJnll Iwltvcry. and Courts of Ojt r and Terminer, at Somerset, On Monday, November II, ISS1. Trimet; IK beretiy ifTrm to Hit me rmm-wnfTtm Peace, the Coroner and Constables within the (aid County of Somerset, that they be then and there in their pmner persons, with their rolls, records. Inquisitions, examinations, and other remem brances. tj do those tLink's which to their ctllcei and In that bclialf ap;ertaln to be dene; and also they who will prosecute ag-ain.it the prtsoners that are or shall lie in the jail ol Somerset county, to be then and there to prosecute airainst them as shall be iut- KDUAUKYLK. Oct. IV Sberiil. L!ST OF CAUSES. For trial at November Term, lul, coenneocintt 2nd ilouiiay of November, ltth, day. . FIRST WEEK. John II. Saaner's ast, vs. Joseph J. Stutznun's gamishcea. Ainert inr vr. it. r. J.inr. Phllson, Ulack t Co.. vs. Henry Mull. A. 11. lilackiston'a Arn'r, vs. Alexander Paul, tlliver A. Parker, vs. Ira C. Canceid, et al. (Gabriel Lichty va. ltaniel Shnlta. Kmmie Hoover's riht vs. M'llilam Baker. Susannah Kutzell vs. Edward Mc.Murrer et al. Danedl Flick ra. David Laranand K. A. Flick. Alexander Countrvman vs. Conrad Stoy. Daulel Shnlta vs. C. O. Met and O. D. L'ebty Daniel Wevatui's Its vs. Uideea liucsutw and Josenh Thomas. James Klmmel vs. Beuiamln O.irlner. L. C. Gvrsueh's us vs. W. O.H.i'S$anushet'S. Josiah D rant vs. John HilL John F. Bender vs. Uedtonl and Somirsjt Turn pike Uj Company. SEC0XD WEEK. Jacob J. Olc'sncrvs. William Smicr. I). Weyand's mm'r. and Wm. Wlllva.AL).-j!'.im and Maria McAdami'. Jacob Stayer's u-ie vs. Solomon K. Spansler. Hcklah"Fuirv. s eyand Doernerelal. Oeonce Uaniiu vs. Jvoa H. Hrinham's tcrro tenants. W. H. Honraan vs. J. L. Pmiita's a,lm'r., sr ni.'hees, isc. 1-ewi" Sowerlaiwtr vs. Hiram Beam. Daniel (1. Barclay va. Jn-. W. lturkholdcr. Oliver Tresr kT vs. Isaac A. Jenkins. Joaeidi Cable vs. Harrison 1L Lohr. W. V. Hirks otal vs. H. S. linages' tramisliees. Solomon liouchcr vs. Patrick Oriiiith's gar nishees. Catharine Trcraler vs. Jacob Trrsslcr's gar nishees. Franklin Kodfrors vs. Jomcf Kwlirers. M.A. SanneraiC . vs. Franc! Hoover. J. . Meversva W. W. Hartaell. J J. Uaer a. Adain and A. C. Yanert's gir nishecs. Critchflcld Hros. vs. E. M. Llcbty's garnishees. W. H. Dill et al vs. Salisbury and HaUimore Ttallroad and Coal Ctmpar.y. W. H. Dili et al vs. SalU'uOry and Baltimore Kailroad and Coal Company. John S. Cremer vs. S. P. and T). .T. Phllllppl. John S. Cremer vs. S. I. and D. J. Fhillippi. Kcbeeea C. Meyers vs. John FelR et al. Nelson licall vs. Uotilltiell and, iiockicgJ' gir nisliecs. William Frantz vs. I'Inkcrtoa Lomber Com- iany (limliod). 'rolhonotarv stlfficc, I H. F. SCHELU Oct. 17, lsSl. Oct. IU Prothonotary. ASIGNEKS' AND COMMIT TEES' ACCCITfTS. The follewlnR accounts have been filed In my office, and notlc is hereby itiven that tho aam will b presented to the Court for con flrmtlou, on Tliumhvj, Noxmhcr I7lh, 1SS1, when and where all persons IntcrJltcd will be beard. The second and final sccouat of Alexander C. Moore, aaslicnec of Dietrtck Kregcr. I he account ol William Keel, commltte of Mary Lambert. Prot honotary'a OJtce. I II. T. SCHELL. Octlr 17, litiL i OcL IS, ProthoootarT. E: XECUTOiVS NOTICE. Eztate of Jobn Duckworth, late or Addison town ablp, deceased. . Letters testamentary on the above estate having been granted to th undersigned by the pmtier authority t notice la hereby glvea to all persons indebted to said estate to make Immediate payment, and those bavins; ctalmsagainat th same wlllpresentthem duly auittantleated for sett le nient on Saturday, tbe 6th day of November. M. A. KOSS. Wj,t-s Executor. ? rfclsil-TrfTai :f L ; - - PERRY" Oi f r ST m . if r -A. . PAINKILLER 13 A PURELY VEGETABLE REMEDY FC2 ISTEKJaU AND EXTERNAL USE. A Sure and Speedy Cure for Sore Throat, Coughs, ColDiphtherlChillfcDea, Dysentenr, Cramps, Cholera, Summer CcmplDnt, Sick Headache, Neuralgia, Cuts, BJ&1? exvmany, and eertaln to atTord relt lamfly caStt tanlOwS lu Soldoy an drugvlsw at so. sad l.o Dottle. PEBBY DAVIS & SOS, Proprietors, Providence, K. X. 070 WEEK, tjia a day at home eaaily ib I made. Costly tattt free. Address Taua Ccn Augusta, Maine. Uar.M-lyt riCE IN Dl VOUCH lient K Frank Tort bjr hur next liieoil ItavM - Stociamol, J Frankfurt. (In the Court 4 Ctituuifm t'loa it hH.-tm-rft .'t . Pi. N-i llw, Nov. Term, lsi. Alius mil- .u-n fur illrnrre on tli enmnt f lrrcrtl,,n. Tu Jacob Frankfort, tti- di futotunt alio nioi etl. Vou are hereby Dutilietl to lw ami h-ai- nt the Court of Common Plea for Souicrnot unty, to tx held on the M Momluy ol fiuviiuber, A. I. tn enswerto Ihemnpliiiiit ol llera K. Frank l"rt, jrunr wile, the UtniiU atwvo nauiyl, no, I stiow cauie, if aav run hare, why joar saij i '.a houlit not be diTurewl from the bonds ol matrl m.mr entered Into with yon, aKmeslily to the iryur ol her uetltliia anj UImi ilimliM anaimt a le fore said Uonrt. iiuiinirv'aOrriiia. October 19, mi. KIXIAU KYLE. . thertif. R EGISTEU'S NOTICE. Notice la hereby irtrcn to all persona concerned as legatees, creditors, or otherwise, that the fol lowing account have paaaed register, and that the same will be presented for confirmation and ul luwanra at an Urpban Ocran to he held at Som erset, Thursday. November 17. 1881. First and tiDal aoooani of William M.aurer, a,1- mimstraiorot acnarta T. Muller. den'd. First and final aaeountjor Ilaniol Utuiada, ail mtnlmrator of Cbarlea Iot, dee'd. First and final account t U. S. Fleck, oduilnls trator of Mary Fleck, deo'd . First and final account of Cyrus Hemhbentcr, administrator of Daniel Hendiherirer, dee d. First and final account Oliver K Shaver, ad ministratorofOabrlel Walker, doe'd. First and final account of Andrew Hoover, ad- Kecoud and final aocrant of Audrew Hoover, Adna'r of Frederick Hoover, dee'd. First and anal account of Norman B. Cramer, Adm'r and Truswe lor the rale of the rail efttutu of Chauncey Cramer, dee'd. miDistratoroi t;atnarlne S.'nltlor, dee'd. KuiisTint'R OrricB. I Wil. if. i'KEASE. Somerset, Oot. lilsbl.J Utglau-r. s ilEUIFF'S SALES. Iir virtue of certain writs of Vend l. VI V and Lev. Fa., Issued out ol the Court of Counnon Hlcaa of Somerset Co.. Pa., and to me directed. there will be exposed to (lulillo aalo at the Court House, la Somerset, Pa., on Friday, November 11, 1S81, at 1 o'clock, r. sc., atlthe riirht, title. Interest an t claim of the defendant, J. P. l'hilson, or, in and to the followiux deacriijeil real estate, situate In Iterlin Bor Soinerajt eouuty. Pa., containiUK U acre, more or less, with a two torv frame dwelling- house nnd stable thereon erected, ad joining; lands of Henry HolsinKer on the east, aliey on the west and north, and lrontinic on Tdala strootontne south, wita the aiiiiiirtonanccs. i Alien in execution at tne suitoi J. I'l.'.t; 1'nii- son. ALSO All the rlnht. title, interest and claim of the defendant. Anton Fisher, of. in and to the f iiiow. Insr. described real ostate, situate in Meyersdalo Br.. Somerset Co.. Fa., ontainini; 1 acre, mom or less, with a one and a hall-story bousa thereon erec;ed, adjoining- Unds of Daniel Buecliley' heirs on the east, l nah Broucher on the south. Lewis Kcim on the north, and welt by Casiultnau river, wit h the appurtenances. Taken In execution at the suit of Daniel Iiuech- ley'i executor. Al-Sl All the r.'c'tt, title, Interest and claim of Gabriel tiender. terre tenant of Wevand Doemer and lilciiard Iknder, of, in and to the following tracts ul land, viz.: No. L A certain tract of timber land, sitnatc In Allegheny township, Somerset county, Pa., ad- lolnluir lands now or formerly of James Wella. J. zl D1, P. WeiieL, Tipton and ot tiers, couUiiiau ho acred, with steam sawmill, holier, entna, and Uxtures thereon, with tho appurtenances. No. a. A certain lot or lots in Meycratala bor ough, Somerset county. Pa., adjointnsr C-cntro street on the east, North street on tho south, and alley on the north and weft, with two dwellinir h, uj4 s store home! : a 1 stable) hereon erected, witu mo appurtenances. No. 3. A certain lot situate In Meyersdale bor. ouh alorcsaiil, adjolninx lot of Margaret C ouso on the west, lamia ol f. & c it. it. Co. on the iat, Broailway on the south, au4 alley oa the north, with too appurtenancea. No. 4. Three certain lots situate In Meyersdalo boroUKM, bvinersel couaty, Pa., adjoining river on the west, Weber street on tlie south, and alley on the nortli, with the appurtenances. Token to execution at the suit of Frederick L. Ju.-t, ufu ol U'orge Ucssuer and Emma lttiu harU ALSO AH the riubt title. Interest an t claim of the de fendant. Alexander Ntchola, of in and to the lol lowiUK teal Estate, situated In 1jwer Turkey foot township, Somerset County, Penn'a., con taintnx to acres more or less, about 3o acres clear and 4 acres la meadow with a two-story frauio dwelling bouae, lulling uiill, stable, and outbuild ings thereon erected, adjoining lands of Thooiaa Beam, Aaron Weluier, Scou Baah and others Ith til appuTtatncea, Taken In execution at the auit of Daniel Aukus- Une. ALSO All thelrlxht title. Interest nnd cl:i!:n of the detendants, Hiram Undlry and Alicluiel May, i '. U. Heilman, Jeremiah J. Folk, execuujra ol Pe ter Wllhelm, dee'd., PeicrS. Hay, W. II. Hny, and S. M. Saylor, Adtr.'re. of David Hay, dee'd., Samuel Folk, Thomas Le, Al. J. ltoacny, Elias Hershbeiver. Mary (Polly) Wilhelm. and tlio Salisbury ami Baltimore Kailroad and dil Co., terre tenants, and Jam Martin and Juscon Orey, tenants In yjiieiision, to wit : Ail the loiiowiiiK real estate ana mineral act mineral privileges as li.ilows to wit : No. 1. A tract of land situate In ElklMc tiwn. 9 l.lp, Sottierst county, state ol Pennsylvania, co ttlnina; Xii acres an 1 allowance, a,lj,,i:t,c; Maryland liae, Chnsiiaa Uershiienrer, Jonu Slnuiair. Patrick Sullivan, Chew and Wl.'cx, Jonas Beacby. and othcrr, bclnir tbe same la;, la conveyed by Jacob P. Miller to Hiram Findlcv, an, I Silvbact May er ". 4m Jwn t, -A. K. j 1N06, aict hied In tbe oxu-e lor iteouM, July:u, laoo. and more fall thereix. described, with ihe apiurtenances. .ux. A tracv oi inno, ai.u&io iu uaiks town- snip, booierrnt county, and S'ale alurcsald, ad joining lands foruurly owned t y Jacob P. Jiiil, r. nw tiudlay and Hay, Jonas Becachy, now ir.,i. lay and Hay, Daniil Hereberger andotners, con ta'iniaR 76acre and 1'iT perches, being the s::io lands conveyed t,y Ucurga Friday to Hiram Find- lay and Michael lay. ty neea iate,i juu 10, a. D. lsoi and Bled for ici-ord in the oince at Somer set on July 31, A. D. ioi and more tally in said deed descrllied. No. 3. A tract or land situated at ai"re?:il,!, ad joining lands at John Engle, Peter Maust. Jacb lirengoua ana tsni'.zbT y eiiiy, coutamicg im acres more or less, heir s the tame tract an con veyed by Siissanua Boyo, committee ol Douiclass Uovii, toM:cnaei nay, ey ueeu uaicu iuny ii, a. D. lltea and recorded la recerd book at Somcrsot, Pa., vol. 16, pages 174, and 173 anil more iully therein dcucrilieil. except 1 acres and S 'A perches of the Boy fans, In Kikllck township. Somerset county, Pennsylvania, also a strip ol bind measuring iroin tne nona siue oi mo puouc road, on the bank of Pine creek run, 2uj leet along the line of the Salisbury Kailroad, to waru Sileyeradale. thence iu a straight line to th Casselman river, on a line parallel with the north ern line of the tract, and the right of way tor a tram road up and along Pine creek' and tumugh said Boyd lurm. on irux-li the Ilea of the judgment w.ia release a. No. 4. All the stone, coal. Iron ore. limestone. flreilay, salt, petro!e-im, gypum, marl, and every other mineral and mineral substance contained within and under the surlace of a tract of land aituata on Tub Mill run, In township, county and State atorcsald, called "Mill Seal," ad joining lands of Christian Llvengood, John Orifath, Joan CbrUtner, Patrick Sullivan, Abraham Bcachy, Peter Markley anu oiners, sou tunuiug aiuu inc bank ol the Tub Mill run, for one part ol tbe boundary, containing "J00 acre, mure or less, i acres reserved by tho vendees or the said Fimlluy and Hay, with ingress and egress and regr-M lur mlnlnir and aliiimlnir said mincraU. and the ritfht ot building road", railroads, tramroada, shantie, dump houses, weigh scales and other priviiesca tor mining ana snipping oi m uiiuerair, whir the tame minerals and mineral rights and privi leges eonvcveil by Bcngamin. Peter, Polly and Elizabeth Wilhelm to luram Findl.iy and M1l-):-ael Hay, by deed datel uoth day of July. A. D. ISoo; ulel lor reconi in lueoiiicoai.vmBiBci, 31st, A. D. lso'i, aad more Tilly therein described. with the appurtenances. N,. t Ail the coal. Ironere. fireclay, limestone. and all minerals and mineral sutisiances lying and lielng under nnd upon tue suriace oi tue ioi lowing tract of land, situate In the township, county and State aioresald, adjoining lamia ol John tlersiioenfer, lanua aurcye iu mo i,iun ,,i chaw and Wilcox, and others, contaii.ing lei acres, and allowance, being the same aa conveyed by Samuel Folk to Hiram Findlay and Michael Hay by deed dated June loin a. i. iroo ; uicu ur record at Somerset. July 31M, A. D. lsoo. as py rclerence tuereto will mora Iully and al large ap pear, with th appurtenances. Taken In execution at the suit of David JI Conkey, ue of WilUam P. Mattock, use of Jese llousc nirrint All tioraons unrchasing at th above sal will pleas ink uoilc that a part of th purchase money to be made known at tbe time ol sale wiU b required as soon aa tbe property is knocked down, otherwise it wiil be again ex posed to sale at th risk of th first purchaser. The residue of th purchase money must be paid on or before Thursday of the first week of November Court, th tlmeOxed by th Court for the acknowl edgment of deeds, and oodeed will be acknowledg ed until tbe purchase money Is paid in full. Sitbif's Omce. I Sheriff. Somerset, Oct. 16, WML I FOR SAXjIEL a valuable farm containing about Oar Hundred ana Matf-tre Acre: (164) Buy to nfty-ftv (SO-Si) acres of th finest Osk and Poplar timber in Lia onler Valley, twenty-flv acres xcellent meadow, eighty acres splendid grain and pasture land, b. sides other timber land, all w.il watered, lime stone on th farm, good tram house, wagon shed, grain house and log barn. Situated from Lock port, Y. R. 4 miles, Lacolle. P. K. R-. miles. West Fairfield, on and one-hair mile, where may always be found a cash grain and hay market, TERMS EASY. Address JAS. Q. XiEMMOX, 3T0l Wewlland Ave, Philadelphia, Pa. Ot IiMiuire of TV W. Lfmmon, Lairot .West moreland Co., Pa) ectta-ly TctWHSXSaniSnTSKSvst. ''ftasttpl CiP(J a week la your own town. Terras sad l outfit free. Address Ii. Haxurrr k. Co., Portland, Maine. saar.is-iyr N?1 IIEiUI'FS SALE. riy vtrtns of eertitn wills S an.1 Fa., Imuvil out ot thv Court ol !niiiuiin I' lean ol Momrniot eoaoty. l'a and to me dtrotrte.l. there will to exr"d to t"i!!Uj sale at the CVur. H ,u, la SoU.DKH;!, i,, on Thurt'la:j, October 21 at I o'clock f. M., all the right, ; I !e. Interest and claim of tlilebndaata, H. F. l iird,, Prosld-ut and Treasurer, K. M. J. '.ihnlser. Swretury. and Johns. WilliaiDSon, jnrtners, Ing burtons in tlie nam of tli l iakeruio Lunber Company (limcte.1), of, Inaud to th lol -.wing deacrtiied rtaieaiaio, viz : No. I. A certain tract ofland fitURM In A-ldlson Twp Somerset ciunty, Pa., surveyed oa a war rant In the name ol Adam Wlute. containing iU acres, strict measure, ftdi'iinin- lands warranted in th nam of J jfcn Wult ChrU-'x-pti-ir Whit and others No. a. A tract of Innd aliuate as af.irosald, sur veyed on a warrant iu lb name of John While "outabiing Vll acres, strii-t m-aruro, a ij .inlug lands warranted in t'.e name oi A l.nu Whits and others. wo. a. A tract of land situate as aroref.ibl, sur veyed on a warranted in the nauio of Frelorlck fjclirick, omtaining 3tW acres find ISO p-.-relies istrint measure, adjoining tbe Old Forg loict, Jane Outer claim, land ui nsmi of Jobn Vlir.e and others. No. 4. A tract ofland situate as aforesaid, con taining li acres and 6t lerchca, al)oiuiiig i n sclman river, lands warranted Iu the imino of Christopher White, John White and others, liehig a part ol a tract surveyc l on a warrant In t.'io name ol Thomas While, erigiaally conuincd too acres. NivS. A tract cf land situate as ar.ircar.Id. nr veycyed on a warrant iu tlie name of Cornelius Kciley. containing il acres strict meaHaro. ail. joining lands of surveys In tho name of Aaron ivniuicr, jonn wmie ann oiners. No. 6. A tract ot land situato as aforesaid, war ranted lu the name of Adam Cramer, e-mtaining 44 acres strict measure, adjoining lauds warrant ed in the name ol Comeilu Keilcy and others. No. 7. A certain tract ol land situate in M iiford Two., Somerset countv, Pa., containing 1 acres and 18 perches, adjoining land warranted In the natneoi Cornoliua Keliey, Adam tjramer, the Forge tract and residue of which th pan el here by conveyed is a part, being jiart of a tract of land containing 400 acres, more or less, .surveyed oa a warrant In the name of John Miller, No.. A tract of land situate aa aforesaid, sur veyed on a warrant In the n.vae of David Jones, containing 4. acres and 130 perehos, adjoining lands warmnted in the name of Michvil Kln, John Sbart and others, lieing lands known as me Jost. J. Slutzman lands. No. U. A tract of land situate in Addlwn Two.. aforesaid, surveyed on a warrant la tlie nuiae of CbrUtoplier White, cmfalniug 400 acres, more or less, adjoining lands ol Samuel Hcinbuncl'., pink erton l unnel tract, lands warranted in toe cauio of Adam White, John White and mors. No. 10. A certain tract of land known as Pinker- ton Point, iu upcr Turkeyloot township. Contain ing j acres, strict measure, being part oi a sur vey in the name of Thomas While, adiotnlng Und In name of Christopher Whlto, lauds of David Hcinbaugh and others. No. 11. A tract of Ian I la Trppcr Trrki!jr,ot towciiip, Somerset county. Pa., eimtaiuing 111 acres and 137 perches, adolnlng I'asselman river, lands in name nf t:hrisuphor While, lands ol Aurun Scchlcr, Vv'tlllam Snyder and others, being part oi a tract of land kaowa as the Petr Woiiacr trait. A lis j, all the coal. Iron ore. limudtone, hre ciay, and other mineral and mineral substances, lying and lielng under and contained wiildn thu suriace of the lands hereinafter descrllied and the necessary rlnht of way to reinovo aaid minerals by ucr ways anu meana as may lie louna necessary, but In vucb way and manner as to do as Utile in. jury to the suriace soil as poSfible, viz.: No. IX Tho minerals as atxive descri-ied, upon. under and contained within a tract of laud con taining ISO acrea, the surface of which is owned by William Snyder, adjoining lands of Aaron Sechler, Hiram Cramer, und others, lielng pitrt ol a tract of land known as tho Pcli-r Wcimcr (arm, situate in the township ol l.'p!er Turkeyiont. No. 13. The like QiiicraU, Itc., as aiiove describ ed en, ujn, under, and contained witDin a tract of land in I'ppcr Turkeyfoot towosblp, known a.i tho Jacob Ucriiart lann, containlug acres ami 1- porches, adjoining laniis of Joii.cs Hcinbacgb, Hiram Cramer, and others, th sunoco ct whicu is owned bv Jonathan Moycr. No. 15. Tbe three tiiths of tho like minerals as above described, lyins and being on aad under, Uon and contained within a tract of bind situate lu bpjier Turkeyloot township, containing o' acres, adjoining No. 14 iaat aioresm-', locls oi John Broucher, Cunningham's heirs, and othcru, the surface of which is owned by John Droacher, and is known as the I ojier Holbrook l.irui. No. Id. The undivided threc-iilths part rf the like minerals as aiiove ilccrtticd, lying and being on, upon and under and doialriod vUhiri a tract ol land aituat in 1'piicr Turkeyloot township, e-nta.aing V2l4 acres and VO perches, adjoining lan la ber-ialictore deicrtbeil as No. 13 and 14, lunusot Pheneas Sechler and others, tho surface of which is known and owned bv Hiram Cramer. callc I the lower liolbrook farm. Tiie last named eight tracts are known as lands conveyed by V.'. J. i,acr to M. A. banner on t.'.o 31 day 01 Jlarcn, 1S77, ami thu whole of th landa hcrclu mcntii'ued and conveyed being the siimc tand.tlie undivide-l tiiree-fouriat of whi?h Noah Scott and wi'o bv I uecu oi 3i.-i oi July, ITI. ennveye 1 to s.iia Aanni- zcr, Williamson and Pard-. tho said present grantors, together with the hercdltamecls and ajiiiunonancea. ikkco in execution at the suit ol T C. Jenkins and No.m Scott, use of Emanuel Li.'iity and Kt-lm and LdvenKood. et. al. No-ririt All neruns iierchasinar at the alflve snlo wilt please luko noti-v th.it a part m the tmr- cliae money to lie mad kuown at the lime ol eaie will be required S3 soon as tho in,p-rty Is knocked down. otberwL-ie It will tie aaia ex:,scd bi sale at the risk ot she tirt parcaascr. The residue m the purchase money must tic paid on or iielore Thursday of tho hrst Wiiit of November Court, tiie tirno fixed br t.'ie Court for tlie ac- kiiowlcCniCMt of oec-is, und ndiod will 1 aiv knowiedird uutll the purchase money s paid iu lull. S.iETtirv'j OFTirK. I ECC1AK 1CYLH. Sutuerriot. 0-.:t. o, ls-t. Sli-Jrtit. pirui.ic SAJ.EOF VALrADLE M-:A trissTA Til : : liv Ylriue of tho vcr eontalne! Ia tte I.-ut will aci tcataaientof JachJ. Kaliter. Litr f Stooy ;rb township, Soment county. Pa., ieM.. tht uoLrr"Ji?mHl Kaecuwr vt tM'i utnxn.svl will cttcr lor sale, iy iumic oc;cryf ut tue ui K'Hitnie u SATURDAY, Not. V2!h, 1SS1, at 1 o'clock p. in., th toil air.; dcsoriled real t-s- tatc, to-wii: No. 1. A certain tract of land situate about 1' miles east of Slucksvilie.in Stocycreek township, Somerset cunty. Pa., adjoining lands Fnnkiin Spanier, Peter Fornwait. John Kced and others, containing lUi acres and allowance, cf which V: acres are clear and under fence: the bilanca well liinliered. There are several never tal.lng springs on thlj tract. No. 2. A eertaln tract of land, situate In tbe township and county aforesaid, adj-dnipg liinds t Levi Walker. Henry Uuppstaut, Ilavid Wagner, and John K Trent, containing loo acres and al lowance. This tract ia heavily timlercd with spruce and white l ine. There are aiso iuO or Duo good sitstar trees on it. S-Ter!i!S made known un day of sale. N. li. One-tenth of purctuso money to be paid down on day of sale. .T. J. WALKER. V.-. M. S.HK;K. cpt7 Ilxti-alors. GENERAL ELECTION LAMAT1UX. ITwOC- OOO SAVE THE COM3II IX WEALTH. WHKKEAS, in and hy an act of General As sembly of tlie Cominonwcalth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An act to regulate the srencral elections within tills Commonwealth," it is en) ,ined npm me to give pulilie notico of raid elections snrt to neutnerate in said notice what otliccrs arc to be elecieil, I, EIKiAR K l LE, lllirh Sherttfot the ciuniy of Soraersct, do Iiero'oy make known and give Uiia puioic U'uico to itie p.icc-or'i toe c-iuu-ly of Somerset, that a licneral Eljciioa will bo Lcl.1 in snld euuau oa TaesJar the Eiijbt't day of November, 18-il, th nin bring tho Tueadisy next loliowin,; the first Monday ol Jiovemlicr. TIk eiei-ora of th borouxh of Conflucntrt! to meet at the Council Chamber, ia s.iid tsri,ugh. The electors ot the borough anil election en trust No. 1 ol Somerset Mwnshiri to moot at tho Court House, in raid txirouah. The electors ot elect.on tiutnet .no. t oi e'tncr ret township to meet at the lma?o sad stu-p of Perry I'm'.jerjcrinSipesvi'de. The electors of tho Piwnshlp of Slilfonl to meet at the house lately occupied by Thouin Kia,j, In said township. The electors of New Centrcvillo to meet at the school ln.ufe in said borough. The elector or the township of I'ppcr Tnrkuy ftmt to meet at the houno o; John ji.. Shultz, in said township. The electors of the township of Lower Turkey foot to meet at the school lwtiso iu I'rJin.-i bor ough. The electors of the ;.rough of T'rsina to meet atthe houseofJ. li. Miller, oppositeliavis 3i Co der'a store, in said horoueh. The electors of the township of Addison to meet at the school house In Petersburg. The electors of the township of JTIddlecreek to meet at the house cecupied by Jesu C. Sweilzer, In New Lexington. The electors or the township of Elkllck to meet at tlie bouse of O. W. lii.ycr lu lbs borough ot Salisbury. The electors of the bomusth of Salisbury to meet at tbe bouse ol O. W. iioycr, In said bi.r outrn. The electors of th bomuirh of Stcycrsdale to meet at th council cbanilier in said boruuuti. The electors of the townsiilpof Summit to meet at the council ctiamber In Meyersdale borough. The electors of the borough of Wellcrsburg to meet at the school house in said boroiiKh. The elecuirs of the township of Oreenville to meet at th school house, iu Pocahontas, is said township. Th electors ol the township of Southampton to meet at th houso of J. L. KcLiiel, in said township. The electors of the township of.Nbrthampb'n to meet at Uie'houso of John Pourbzuh, in said Uiwnsbip. The electors of the township of Larimer to meet at the house formerly occupied by Wiu. May. in aaid township. The electors of the borough of Berlin t-i rouet at the house of Archibald Comptoo, in t u 1 bor ouvh. The electors of the township of Itrothcrsvallcy to moot at tho house oi Samuc! HclJc-y, in iicrlia borough. The electors of the township of Rtnnycrik to meet at tne school house at Suaiikviiit-, iu t-'i-l township. The electors cf the boron -h nf st-ysown I meet at the house formerly occupied by ilcnry J. Miller, in aaid txrouirh. The electors of the township of iucmthonlrg to meet at the house ot Jacob Custer, iu Stoya town. Tno electors of tho township of Allegheny to meet at the house of Albert Uiikgas, iu aaid township. The electors of thej borough of New Baltimore to meet at tho lioiuo w' , in said bor ough. Tbe electors of the townblp of Omemangb to meet at the houso of Peter Levy, in said town ship. Tlie electors of th township of Shade to meet at the house of Jacob Helman, In said township. The electors of th township of Paint to meet at th school houso erected on the lands of Ucnry lierkey. In said township. Tb electors of the township of Jenner to meet at the houso of Tho. Gallagher, at Jcuutr X boads, in said township. Tha electors of tbe township of JeRersnn to meet at the houso of Solomon linker, in said town ship. 1 ho electors of tho borough or Jennervillo to meet at the school bouse in auld borough. At which time and phtoss the .qualified voters wilt elect ny psum: UND PEKSON for tho office of State Treasurer Of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. ONE PEKSCN fur the olfice of President Judge' s of the XVltli Jc!l.-I it Dls'ri -t ot PerasrTvnt.t, conri-hv:.! ot the o.ontlcs ol .'-tot;, ",-t an-! iie-i:-,r i. TtVPi;KOJiS lor t-,c .ai-i l A- oc Judeo of Sooicrsiit County. ON'B P Wist H lor this olbco ol I'fith ,a-ii:iry d Somcrrt-tCi unly. ON K PEiWtiX for Ino olbcc of sjhcrijf f ,n,i. act. trfiro v. ONE PKIt-iN P-r Ihonfl-st l:,-r;f.-itcr tad !;! cordcr of Somerset t?ouny. ' ONE I'EKS' J.V fjr til l oitijo of Trjaiurir of Sotn-rsetCi-unty. THIIKKl'DUMltStr ti.l oil- - oi' Oin'all - onr oISih-it-o-i C-io-ir. 'N E PMiSON l,r lro rtirj .t Priir ll',u e Dirt. lor of Somcrsi i C"i.r.v. T11UKK PEU.SONS lor tiio oiila ol AullVjr of Siimorsel tlounty. SPECIAL ATrnNTIO.V Is hcr.-l.y .tlrcetcii to the tb ArUcl of the New Constitution, Sixth im L Every main cblvn lwcrity-c:ie years of age, poss-.-ssing-the Ill.wingiu4ii,1 uons, snail oe eatititxi to vol at ail ei tJ,mn: e'iret. Ho stiatl have been a citizen t tl.e fjnitetl States at least, on month. Art ond. Ho shall have rosiiled in the St;le 'ne year, (or It, having previously be-n aquailrio t clwttor or native bom citizen of the State:, he sloUI have roniov-s-1 tucrrfrotu ant rtturuil, tlitn six mon:n.i unme!iat-:iy proeenng tho election. JMrU. Ho snitll have midud In tlie ek-cU n district whero he shall o!f-r u vote at least two months i:nmcdl;itly prvwdtng th election. ourfa. II 'twenty-two it.irs A a-eor u;,war,!., he shall have piid wiihiti t, ytum a St.itoor ci.unty tax, which sbail i;,tvo h- -n aiwivl at leant two mo nth and paid at Ir.ud imo ui-,t,th l,o lore the election. SB1. 4. Ail tiie elections by th cltijenj shall be by ballot. Every ballot voted shall to u:a bercdlnlhe onlor ia which it shall b recclv,..1, and the nuniiier recorlcd by the elcct(.m oJi,-i rs on tbe list of voters, oopiieite the naiueof tue eii tor who present the tmllot. Any cicofor may write his name open his tickclor iiuse tiie sitna to It written thereon and attested ty a cttizu of rils-ii-inctinor In oiri-o and on eonvlctU-n r-epunLtb-tho district. The election oiliivra sail bo s ,.' rn , ed by a fine n-t excocting one tnouiianddoliar, or tr ainrrneii not to uic:oso now any elector sti.m nave voti unieaa rctuirou u uu u wuneves i in a judicial pniceiMlug. Sac. 6. Electors shad In ail cases except trea son, felony snd breach; or surety of tiie peace, be privileged from urrrst during their alien,: anco cue elections and in g,iln;touud turning tbcro miu. shall lie privileged from arrest arKm days of elec tion, and while eugago-l in making up iu-1 trnn.4 mitiing returns, ex.-cpt uiion warrint of a court of P.'eord or judge thereof, lor an electi-m fraud, for felony, or lor wanton brooch of tho peac-. In citici they may claim exemption from jury duty during their terms of scrvi.-c. Sw. t. Whenever any of tho jua!iflel etcct,TS of tliis Commonwealth shall be in actual military s-rrvico, under a reposition Iroin the President ol the l.'nited Stales orliy the nuthority of this Cum munweulth. such olecbire i lay excrep the rinht of sufi'raire In all ct-jcilops by tbo cl'tzeoa. uuder such regulations ss are i r .sordi Imj iire.-i-riiid by L-tw. as iully as if they were prcrfcut al their usual places of eiJCtion. Sia 7. All laws regulating the holding of else- tbins by tbo citirens or lor trie renis'.riiioa of vo ters sliall lie uniiorm t!:r,u-j:l,out the State, but no eieetor shall lo deprived of tiie privilege of vour.j by reason of his nain not being registered. . Six. 8. Any jierson who siiati give, or promise or oli'er to rlve, to an eloctor, any m'-ny, rcwarl or oilier valuable consideration for hi3 v-r.o at an election, or lor witltoldiug the same, or who shall give or promise to give such consideration to any other person or puny for such elector's vote or f ,r tho withol, ling ihercof, and ny elector who shall receive or a-reo to receive. lor himself or f-iron-othsr, any money, rewarl or other valuable on siiiertiUon for his vote at nn election, or for wit i; holiiing tho same shall therchy forteit the right to vote at hueli election, aud any cl-.;ctor wliose riifiit to vote shall be challenged for ruch cauie be:,,re the ejection r.tiieers, shall be rC'iUired to swear or allirm tliat th matter of tho cualiccgd is untrue before his vote shall be received. Sia:. u. Any person who snail, while scandl daPifor otfhre, he guilty of briliery, fraud, orwil tul violation of any election law, shall ba forever i!Ualifial Irotn iioMitig anuuice oi trust or pn.ut in this Commonwealth, nr.y person cotivi-;ted ot wiiful viob.ti,4i of ttie e!ylion lants ahail, in a !,;i - tion to any penaiu.-s pr,v.,ll liy law. tie iti-prite 1 oi iiieriirni ol aut.rage a'tttoiuteiy i-ir a uriuo four ycani. sc. 1 i. Fur the ptirposo of voting no person shall I'c.-mcl to have gr.!n-,l a rciioenci; by reason of l.U prcscuce, or lot it by reason of his atiscncc, wliila euiidoycd in tl.o service, citmr civil or n.ilit.i.-y, oi this St-ttc-, ot ih? I uifed Staten, nor whllii cngatre'l In the navigation ol the waters of the State or inc t.aitcd Mates, or on tho high sms. nor whll 7 a student of any institution of icarainir, nor wliilo kept in any pior liousc r otl-.cr asvlum at pulilis cxocn-:i.f air whilt: cijiitia ed in put, iin i.ris in. Sf. 14. Distri't elec!'i iMnrlssbntt cons lit of a judge and two ln.t;;eciors, vtno shall bechosen annually by tliecitizeni. Each elector snail have the riabt to vote for th judge and one iti-pec- ,r, and each inspoct'-r shail appoint oa clerk. 1 lie first election boar 1 f-r any new district sliali be selected, aad vacancies in election Miarns tilled, as shall be pnvided by law. Election oL'ic-'rs Sec. 15. No person fii'a'.l t-e nur.litieii to Serve as an election officer who 'hull bold, or shall with in two months bavi held any od:--e, ra;i,iint ment or einidoyinent iaur un-ler the ov-.-n.ni,-nt of tho l uiteil Sta.es or of this Sa.e orot any citv, or county, or ot any iiiuid,-lp;i.i i- trd. c- ci- miiiiion or tru.-d in any ci'y s.ive or.:y the peace and aldermen, notaries put !; sros In the military service , f t;iu ,t'.-.-any electb n ortieer I eligible t" .my en lie lilloil at any election i.t v. -hi, a ur. -i save only to such suisirdiiiiti tnu:-.' ';, oltices. lici'iw the a;ra,ie ol city ,.r c-.-ai.: as shall lie designated by genera: ':. And aire totl'S foltowing act . . ... In furce in this State, viz: Act of Jane anu. lS"t- Far. :,. w hcrec.ftcr held un, It tho law : ! :s wealth, the polls snull beop-;:i -. . 7 and ci, scd nt 7 o'clock p. Tu. Skc. 7. Whenever there tl-ii '- ; an election biaird i'n ti-e I'tortiii 't ,,t ;i said vacan.-y shall te tiled in c--!',---i,.i-. ,,i'.,i-i to li i -rc. or !.-:at o;.i;trs, i-iy ere ; v.'-Kn -y in )'. i'l: i-l l'l in. -.i: -vita cz- -i ' -v-t rc ,,!n..ii .,- iltii." . !- ... . :i.i : i ::-.ict nt Ufing laws. Thesaid act ' f A"cMr i-t ' Istinir to the elrf.hnof this paj-sed July i lslfl. provides as i . -Tli.it tbe Inspectors and ra-f-4 the rcsnectivo tilsees sitKi:ite-l t. r holoinir the r.lccti'rti in the district at which tl.cy rc..pis-t;v!y ilc-nx. beii're 7 o'cluclc In tbe t.n.niina of Tu- s day, NiiVcmlier Sd, an-1 ea,-h -oild ir..-eti,r i,nll at-L-tirit nr? cji-rk, who., ?brvil l-e a iju-iiied Vo;er A s,i ainiKt. - '-In me the person who shall have received tie .w .,nd hiKhest number of vrw l-.r lr.f;s vr sinil not attcnl on tho day of nny ci-t:,.n. then lft persi'n who shall have receive., the scoi.-l lii .-M.-t nJu-.licrol votes o,r juiir t the next prec-v.i .g election sl.ail act as in-peci..r in his pi..oe. ,. ..I In c.1 oa the per,n who hfmlt hnvo ntccive 1 - .u nicliest number ol votes for Ins-iieeti-r f hall not u:- t, ,ul tnn rw-r,.::i elcctcii 'U.ikO shiltl at Is.inf aa t ii.ct, r Jn lii.4til.kce- ac.,1 in cn.'e Lo Ik.t -o.i I ted I'ldge shall n,.t attend, then the ir.npei-ior w.'io received the higLe.'t number ot vo;?i shall tp point a judge iu r.ii p'uice: and IT ar.y vacancy iliall continue in tiie t-ranl for the space ol one hour alter the time txc I by lav lor ll.c ojn-cing ol tho electk-a. tfte nu ilite l voter d the P.wn ship. war ! or district fc r wo: h such otficer laii have been elected, present t the place f elec-,,n, sl.ail elfct one oi their r-uuibcr to ad such va-can.-v. Tiie net .f 30th of July, 167, fur'.liar provides viz- s:v.8. At the opening ft tr.0 p!;r at a:i rtce tkn it h ii 1 the uuty uf the ju fires of elK- ion f,.r their r.-pe"tivo districts tu designate oneof the in-.'p-s-tots, wiiose duty it shull Im? to htvve In cu'todv tlie registry ot voters, aai to m.ike the enrles'thcrela reulre-1 by law: and it shall l the dutr of tlie otnerof sai I Inspectors to receive and nuuiocr the bailjt prejeted at aaii eico tiel. Sc. 9. All e'octlcns by the citizens shall be by ballot: every ballot vtel shall tie numbered in the onler lu which it siotll lie received, aud the numtier reoir-lcd by tiie clerks on the list of vo ters opposite the nntno of theclvctoriroia whnra re reived. And any voter voting twoor m-ire tickets, tiie several tickets so voted miull each ls nuiiitier ed with the number corrci .-,! Uig with the num ber to the name of tlie voter. Any elector may hlfl ns.tne utv.n Lis ticket, rr c;iu3 tlie Siline i to be written there n. and attested by a citiacu i f tiie district. In addition to the ouia now pnsi-no-od by law to 1 taken ant subscriUsi by election ofnccrs.tliey ahail severally be sworn or ntfirised n.-t to disi io!' bow aay elector shall hav voted, unless re-iuircd to do so is witnesses In a la-iiciul procoedlrig. All in iges, intpecturs. eierks, ar. I overseers of any clc-.ion "iicid an.i-r tiiis.i 't. shall, ocfore entering uion their duties, be duly sv rn oratlinned in tli4 presenej of (ach other. Th judges shall be tw,,rn by toe minority laspecti-r if there stnill lo suen lutr.oniy insc-.or, au-i in cose tliero be no minority i: .-tor, lli-n liy a jus tice of the peace or ai-lerman, atd the insis-tors, overseers aud clerks sliall te swotu by tne juoit. Certificates of r.-ii sw'-ari;: r nffirming sluil lw duly mado out and signed by tho oicers ) sworn, ai-d alfestod ty the i.du'.r who admiiiistcr oiltheoath. If any judger-r minority inspector r.u, I,, 11 . c, 1 1 ,,n' .-v r.t elicit, n in the manner re.;tttrad iiv tb'.s ait. ir it sr.v o ticcr I and special elections are lierel.r. hcrealler. auth.,r t election shall a-t 'wlth.ml tir.ir nral uulv i--l "nd r.-.uired to v-.te. ly tlcioiA. i'rlnie.1 or ii- ... r .ti .ii .e.ili ! -n it .. : writt -u. or nartly Printeil aad partly written, arv. r ..V ,.,ih .ukM ii,,jn, .wnm. nt ii anv m.lu-c ue aiinoritv initw-tc; simll cvnitV that ai.V -fuccr waa sworn at-n ne was iwi, i. :i.i.i oa ieenicl s misdenie2n-,r, an ! ujicn eniivtcti'-n. tiie tilcer or cUlccrs so utieK,:::,g shall lw nt.ed r.- t ex- cco.iing one th, u- ind dollars, or itcprL-n-n-.- ! r,t exccc-licg one year, or both, in thciis -rcti -ni i tne Court. et. 1. (in the day of ilcctlon. iny 5,-rs'n whose name shall not appear en tue registry of voters, and who claiais tha right to vote at sal I election, shall pro.im-3 at least one (mlilic.l v, ter ol the district as a witness to the re.'ldence cf th claimant in the district la which he claiun to r. a voter, tor the rs-rbsl or at least two mcnttt iui- mediately preceding sai l elei-tb u, wl'.uii wi re's shall be awom or aoinueii tm-i suTitw a written or partly written and partly printed affidavit to the facts stateil by him, which attidavlt shall do- i fine clearly where the resilience is oi me per m so claiming Ui ba a voter, and the person so elai'niug the right to vat shall also taita anu auriscrioe a written or oartly written and partly printed adi - davit, stating, to the best ot bis knowledge and belief.wiien and where h was horn : that lie baa DCen a citizen Ol me c inie-a inmw i:r "in ui-m.ll, and of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, that he has r-sided in the Comuii-nweaitu one year, or. If formerly a ouaiiaed eiccti r or a native borucit- izen thereof, and has removed tnererrom en i re turneil. that he has resided therein six m m: lis next preeciiing said election ; lhat ho bas ren.V,l in the districtin which he claims to b a vot, r l.,r the period of at least two months immediately : re coiling the election ; that he has not moved into tbo district for the purpose of Vottng there!:i: that he has, If twenty-one years of axo or upward. paid a State orcountyux within two years, wlili h was asstsscl at least two month." aad pabl at least on month before the election. Toe said affidavit sha'.l also atate when and where the lax clli-.o.-d mun,Mi,rik.,ihiiiini aasesseiL ami wl.-n and where and to whom paid ', aad tiie tax receipt therefor shall lw produced for examination, unless the affiant shall state to his aifidavit that It has been lost or destroyed, or teat n never received anv, an-l tr a naturalizeil citizen, saan also state wh'ca. where andbywn.it Cour; be was ca-.ural laed, and sbnll also pnslui-e Lis eertiiicate ol nitu- pilizatbin for examination. Put if the peraon so c'.aiinlDg th right to vote shall takeand sabarriba an atSdavit thai he is a native born eltizm of tbo t ailed States, or If Horn cisewnere, shall slate ' tbo fact la his atii-Javit ami shal; prjt jceevi-e,re that he has been naturalized or that he is entitled to citizenship by reason ol ills laiier s naturnliTa lion, an I shall iur; 'ier state ia ilt nffldc.-.p trim bo Ls. at the time of nuktng tne fu lavtt, .-t age of twenty-one and uno-.r lBiuy-two te,;r-: loat he has lieen a eifizen of ll.s tilled States one month, and baa resided in 1 State ine year: j or, if a native bore eiilien of the Slate and remov el therefrom ami returned, lhat be his rcaide-1 therein six months next precoAllng sal- el-c.ion, 1 and lu the election district Imi-ie-i lately two months preceding such elsctlon. bo h.ll l eoii- j 'led to vote, all bough he shail no, have paid taxe-i. i Tbe said arhdavits of ail persons maaiag such claims, and the aindavUsof the witressra unlieir resilience shall be preserved by the election rmorl, ; ami at the close of the election Ihey shail be ea closwl with the llstof voters, tally iin and other i pajwrs required by law to lw filed by tlie return iu-!ge with tho prothonotary, an.1 shail remain on ' file therewith In tho Prothuaotary's otric. subject to examination aa other eieitlio papers are. If; tbo election offlcers shall find that the applicant possesses all the legal quaiincaliona of a Voter ha : shall be permittsd to vote, and bis name shall b -added to th list of ta.xsbles by tb election o ni ce rs. the word "tax. ' ocmg aiiieo wcer to claimants claim to vot on tax, and th word "aire" ; where be claims to vn;e on age, the same words being added by tho clerks in each case, rnspeet ivelv. on tho Usts or persons voting at such ice-: tiou. ssxf. 11- It shall be lawful for any qualiflad cit izen of th district, notwithstanding tho umi cf t he riroooFod vier la cor.ta.noi on the list of resi- ! dent Uxablc to challenge the vote of such penoa. : whereupon tha sam proof or the right r aullrego as U ti.w required by law sliall be publicly maui aad acted on vj tae siuttioa uoaru, ami ui vow dnit','! or r-;c-c.t, a(ror-!l,ig f the evl-,B. : t.sr--f y K'r-r i-ieiiln i be a n-ititriize! ctitf ri , jo il bt r' ouiK-l lo prime bis o.il'ir.iuxili- n ' ci;n:ii,-iro nt ih. rl'-ctii tn-forc V'Hinff, es,f pt , w litre be. .;m hc-n dative ycarx cnn.eutively a tol-riu iLo i:i..tri-t wio-co li oil et to Tile; and ion Die v-ie i.l' i-li bcm.tr rcidvini. ii : elcc?i.ii oi.i'-rs nr u writ or stamp tl wrd ,' v-x-.i" fi liiaecrtdle-ita with the dny. month and ycir. and If any election oinci-r or o.licors shall rn- aa,nd voteon the s.iia day. by :rru of j the ifjnoc'-rtiRcateexppt wlierip.ieiiarentP! I i ' r". iiwuv" Hi ntun!iration of I heir ! l-i'i'- r iS-.-y s:-1 t" j ri- o w'i- s'l.ili ,rt-r su-'h : '--on.i ro-. shnll h-nil nt n,t,wtiin4riiT. , an. I on iMrtv.ctiiithrreol, snail bo tiad or imjiris. i on.!, ,-r Ndii, at tlio dls-n:t:on of t'ie coort; loit ti: hru sh iil not cxiec I live hundred dollars la ! ; r.i'c. r tl;-5 Imprtsoament on ye.tr. I lu j iio pan; iitnetil stiaii ii infilitrsl. on conviction. on too ofitcen of cloctloo who h!l acelect or re- ,u .i to m'ikc, or cnus to io made, the en-bir--aiii,t re,ulrci asatoratabl oa ail baturalizatioa W. r'.iti ft lx. If anyelectpm ofil -cr shnit refai or clui t to re'iuire such prmt of the riitiil of suf ir.iiio as is precrild by this law or the laws to which this li a sanpl emat,fpHii any pernou olfur ii.vto voto whos riiibt to vole ia challenged by any nnnilrted votT .r.. wot. ami shall admit sura Person n vol with it miuiring such proof, every person so ofiend:..j..lwil. ujxia conviction, lw guif tyi.f'am!der" .ijor, and hall he entmrel for every lurli ,nco, to pay a Bn not exiing 6v liu:i r.-'l,;,, iiars, or Pi uodero an ftnprisioincnt n..t more tban 'ne year, or turtc, at tho discretion ol tiie ci.uru s-. !;. A ny ajso-sor, elcctbi olrWr or person ao; luted aaa ovcrster, wiio shali pcKlect or ro lu. Ui-ri-,rmanydu;y enjoice,! by tins act, witu out re.Moaablo or l:.-val oiuse, shall be subiect to a Ican!tyor one hun-tred dollars, awl it any uhw soail knowlicly assess anv ,Tsoa as a voter who Is m,t iiet!ttii.or siiail wiiilu:iy reiua to assess any ae wiio Is ouulihc,!. I.e i.iail tm rulltv of a i inipri.-ntneai noiexoeiiiig twoyenra. or with, at U'eiiiscrclion nrtiiae-iurt. and also b subject to an action b.r damages by tl.e party aggrieved: and il any person shall trau.iuiently a, ter, !,t to. de laeoriiestroy any lurt ofvicr maic.-it cj direct ed t,y tills act, or u-ar down cr reiore t;,o ar-in lrtnutheida,-e ivhcrolt has ln-en ftx,-d.wPrtfrao-iu-lenl or tulcii!cvi,u-, intent, or f.-r-r . . .roprp-ar-(ioc, tlie pers-.n aoolieii-:. -o..'l le; ai,y ol a misdemeanor, and on i-,i. . I. , !.. nu.il! i- pi,nbliol by a fine not erteeed-.n- bv hundred tkiliars. or im. prison met t r. t tecciicg two year, or both at th discretion oi ti e ecurt ; and If any perwm shall, by violence or in' .tr.i.ia' ion. drive, or airetopt to drive from the p,, Us, any perron or persona appointed by tiie curt to act as overseers of an election, or iu any way willfully prevent ani,! overseers from perforining the duties enjolntsl upon them by t hi act. fu;h person shall tw guilty ot a misiletoeanor, and upon conviction ihemof shall be punib-l by a fine njtexeced ing cue thousand dilars. or by i'Qpri.-otnuent not exieoumg two years, or both, at ttio dL-iretion of ih eiurt. Any persion who s.'iiiil, on the day of any eleeiion, visit a polling place in any election district at wiileh ho la not entitled to vote, and shall use any intimidation or vioieueij lor trie pur;s)se of preventing any oillccr ol elections irom ;M.-r:',,--nriii.g th duties repaired ol him by Paw, or lor the purpose of preventing any oualiued voter of such di-'trtct een-i-"ir,g bu ritr!,: t, vote, or Irom exercising bis riant P ciiali'-nzD any pereon otfering to vote, such pcrtMin si. ail bo licrnii-.d guilty of a miieinanor, at-1 up ,n conviction thereof shall b pun!hel by a hue not exeeei;ng one thousand dollars, or by "im-pr;.-iPTn,-iu n-jt ez.-e,!ini4 to years, or both, at ttio d!:retii of .be eonrt. Ary clerk, overseer -.r election o:b,- who sliall disclose how any doctor si-,.-.Il have voted, unless rejoin! to do so as a witness in aja.iici.il proceeding sliall bcgailty ol a misienienru r, awl upon conviction tnereof shall bo punt-had by a hue not ex-!ing ooo thousan,! dollars, or by liaprljeuinent not exceeil lr.g two years, or tth, at, tna dlsereUou of the at.-u.t. II any seron 6haII prevent or attempt to prevent any officer of an elecilon under this act from hold ing f-ach election, or use or tnreaten anv violence any su-h ofiii-cr. and shall Interrupt or Impnp- ; ly Inter' re with him in the execution of but dutv. 1 shall l l's-k ap or attempt to block up th windows ; "r avenue to any wiu,l,,w where the same may be h, ,!!n, or .diail riotously dUturb the peaceof suca cli";ii n. or shall use or practice intimidation. lineal, force or violence, with the dttsian to Intlu- ence unduly or overawe any elecuir, or prevent liim from voting, or b r-strain the freedom of clioii-e. suen person onconvlction shall be nncl In any sun i ex --c ling nvo nunnrea I'.oiur. to bo unpru'oii- j ed for any time not less than mie nor CK.re than twelve month-v, ami if it shall lw shown to the curt where the trial ol such iillenco shall he had. that the perm ) oftcnd,ng waa not a resident of th city, ward ur district where th aaid olboce was coiiitnitt'-d. nn.l rcit cntitieii to vote therein, on eon viction. he Siiati t-e sentenceit to jiay a nne not less than one hutiure l or more tlian one thousand dol lars, and b itnirisi.ncl not lws than six months a-ir mure than '.vu years. It any eron or p-rir.s rhail mike any bet or w,ger np-n the remit of an election wiihin the Couiiani-e i;th. orsii ill oiler U muke any such bet or wag-.-r. eithtir by veroal rroclaination thereof or by any written or printed advertisement, or invit-j a.iyp-;r- in or persons to mak? sich bet or wager. ui.n iron vie; in th'-rcd" hew they shall forfeit and ay liiroe iltnes tLe amount so bet or vtlered to to And the election law, of the Commonwealth fuc tin-r provide that -The lusiicctors. Judge, and ei -rks siial!, fx-f.-re entering on tbe dutieii of their ornccs. sevenllv take and subicriiie the octh or af firmation h-n i'tt-ilter direrted. which shall b a,l miriistercl p, ti.em by any Judire. Alderman or Justice of tiicfpetice: but il no ?u-h magistrat b (i-rent. imool tiie Insppctom of the election shnil .idtninister tin onth or Btrirmii,ti''n to th other ju-ig. and Pi-jK. ,r, and then the Insiioctor ,u liiflcl snuil a-lministcr tiiooatii or arrmatiou to him. -Tho lr--rcor, jndve and clerks rei1it!rsl by law to bold the. town-hip and trencral e;ectf,.ns, t-ko and suriscrit tne several 'Kithsirr afhrm aiions. rc'iuirci by tho l'Jth, -JJth and "lt sections of the a.-t id the til day of July. 1S3. entitled -Aa act rci.ttir.g to il.e elections of thin C"tnmo-vcr-Ph." v. i.tch oatiif or alhrmatirs shnilbepre oar i a-.d aiinit:istcn;il In the manner prescnocd in t:." ls:h and -Jtid sc-nioris cf the said act, and in a.i-iiii.-nto the jiowcr cunferre! hy the 1-ttb section oi n: i-t act, the judirti or ekher of ihe instiecinrs p.. ail ii.ive power lo admin!?t-r the oaths pn-Tirt-et oy iiai-t n.- toar.y clerk of a general or special or tow:ii-!::p election. The inl lowing shall be the ff-rm of the oath"'T sf Ir.mit ion ti ie tancn by eachinpectur. viz: -I I A. fl i .... "ir I 11 IVly .Kwl tMBttvn imilMii. ei.-'-tioa during the continuance thereof, as an in-?ts.s-ti,r nipl th.it I wiil not receive anv ticket or v. ,' tnitn a ny IT -n. other than such asl "hail'tirm-t-e!i-rve to b,. a..-cording to tiie provisions of th -oa-'it'ition nn.l the law of this t'ommonweiilth, entitled tovotc at such election, without reuulring sti'-ii evi icr.ee oi' tiie rtgiit to vote as is directed by la-.v. n,-r will I vexatwusly delay or refuse to re cive any vttc from any frsxn who I shad beiiev to 1 entitled to n te as abn-eKaid. but that I will in nil :hi"4. tntly. impartially and faithfully per form my duty liiep-in. Prthe best of my lu-lgment nn-i aoViitics. and that I am not directly or irn:i-r:-:fly iiiteretcd in any bet or wager on the resu.t oi" this election." The f' iiowing shall be tbe oath or sfSnriatlon of er-ch ju-i-ge, viz: "I. (X. 11.) do that I wiil as iurg'.-ualy aftenr! the rnsuinzctreUoa during th cotitinnanco thereoC and iaithfuiiy assist the in-si-eclor in etrrying on the same: that 1 will not eive my consent that any vote or ticket sliall be re ceived t'roni any person other than such as I firmly believe to be according b the provisions o the con stitution and laws of this Comnonwealth. entitled tovoto nt sttch election, without nt-utiiring such e l leneof the right to vote as is directed by law and that I will u my best endeavors to prevent any fraud, deceit or abuse in carrying on the same i-y cit -iters qualltied to vote, or other", and that I will make a irue andier:eet return ol the said eiec ti. n. cd will in all ihi.nirs truly, impartially and tait titully perform zsy duty respecting the same to tho iiest of mv juiigtnent and abilities, and that 1 am not directly or indirectly intrrestisl ia any bet or wager oti tiie result ot this election." The lollowinx shall lie the lonn of the oath or af firmation to li taken by e-toa clerk, viz: "I (A. Ii.) ,!o that I wiil impartially an-1 truly wr::e dwwii tne name ef each elect- r who shail vote at the cu suinr electioo. w:.i' h shall be given me in charsre. and also tbe name of ti.etownshii. ward r district wh in such cr-ct'-r resi,!i.'fl. iii-l careruiiy an-I tn-.ly writedown tiio number of votes that siill bo giv-Jn f"r each candeU-.te at the election as olten a his naino shit!l lw read to me by the inspector thereof an 1 in ail things truly ani faithfuily jir lorru myduty r-spei-tii.gthesumcto tne It-stof my ;udgini-::t and aMiity.feiu.1 that 1 am n.g directly or iti'iirectly iutcrestoil iu aiiy le; or wager ou the re st:;', of tf.is e:ection-' Tlie iiuanc-1 electors wiil take notice if the fcd lowir.g act of Assecibly, approved lath dayof M.-n-h. lsr-3. an ai-t Kegiila'it.g the reoile nf roiina; nt al! elections ia tiie s-j-.cral eouoiies of this t'oui m'iweiilth. Set-rtfv 1. rto It cnaetc'l by the Senate and H itiseof Kct.-rescnt.ttiveS'd the Coiumonweatlh ol I'er.nsyivauia in ifeniral Assembly met. and it Is here! yen. ictedby thenutberityof the same. That tiieouaiiiied voters oi tho sevcntl counties it this C-cn mon wealth at nil geneml township, rum-rii: ! crallv clas-iricl a lollows: Cue tii-ket shall ess. 1 '"T " n.i.ncs oi an jn f cenrrs vote-l f.-r. n,l to be LitH-lled. ouble "tndiciary:" r ne ticket shail embrace tiie names of ail State offi -crs voted r, and I latieiled State:" on ticket shall em brace the ni'.mea of nil cunry ollii-er voted lor. in cluding the office of Senator, tneiiiiwr and meniln-rs ol A.-isi-mt,v. If voted lor. and meiuber of Con gress, It voted for. and.tw labeilci -vounty." on ticket shall embrace tho names ot all ttiwnshipi'f d crs voted lor. and tie bilwlied "townftip-." on tirket ijl.ail cmfirace tlio namrs or all borough or , hcers voted i'T. and b labelled -Nirnnah:'' ami each class shail tu deposited In Bcparaie ballot boxes. So-. 2. Thit It shall bs th duty of tb Sherltf In the seven! Counties r Ibis Commonwealth to liwrt in their election pmcbimatbins herealterjs sucd. the hrJt section ol this net. JAMES R. KELLET. Sneaker of the House of Kireiw)tative. IiAVIIl FLKMIM, speaker of th Senate, 1 a n, -t-!ti, .1 , r March. Annu lk mini : one t.i-,us::nd c'-'ht naaoreJ aud sixty-six. j A. Li. CL'KTIM. risTEErrni Ajiexumext. Atin wnKRE, Tne conrress or the i mtcj S'ates i tho Stst day of March. Ku. passeil an act entitled ".fa s'f to enforce the ruMe of eti t sent o Me l .niVil Stalet la vote i llueeveral Vcfes of the laioa and for other parpotrr." tlio urst and" second sect Ion of which are as lollows: s m-r ii ii L He if enaetri bt the Senate nd Hame of Heprttent ll of the I nited Slaltof i Jurriie in Conijn auembled. That all citizens I ol tne I nited Slates who are or sliall be otherwi-e I iunlitie. pi vote at any election by the pniplc ia i anv State, 'f crritnry. distrh-t. ei unty, eity. parish. I biffaship. ach,l district, mumcitmiity. or inner trr- : ritorial sulsilvision snail ne entitieu ami aiwiwci io v..i at ail such ebs tlons wit.'uu; distinction ol race, color, or previous condition ot servitu.1: any ; cus'itution. law, custom, usage or regulatii,ii ot . 'my S:.ue or Territory or by or un.icr lis authority to t.'ieeotitrary noiwiinsiaimina;. Sue. 'i Ana ce u junncr maoro, . mi n .... .-, j under the authority of tho eonstltutbiu or laws ol ' anv State, or the laws of any Territory, any act Is I or ib.-U lw reouired to be don aa a prorenuislt i,r i nualiri'-a'-ion lor vidlnc, ami by such eonsututloB or ; law persans or otlicen are or shad heehargeti wit a tun pvrt-rrntuH'eoi nmm iuiu-oi.i. ... in cpnortcni; v to pcrfinn sa-.-h prensiuisitos, or t 'aue .iUaii'fieil tu vmc. it sl-iil bo the duty of verv such -ersoriJ ami otftccis t itivcall clilarnsor lie t'n'ti-,1 sttitcs tiieiame atri nal oraairtiiiiltv 1 1 i.-riorta web irvmiuiti-s an.1 to beniuea-iiil -,i to v.c.!- witl-.oui ilistini-iii-n. ol rn , color ur pr-.i- us e--i iitiun of -n ituiie: aa I ii any sueb r ..n or , i.i. tr shall ivfuee or km.-vingly omit to g;vo iliil ct!e-'- Pi this section he snail, lOrevery suchoi-.-;-,-o tr-'bit an I pav th sum of Bv hundred iki- Ian to U.e (-craon aggnevwi inrrriiy, . . ed by an action in me cas-.-, , " nltoiance l, r cunjl fees a t!: court shall deem ir nn-l sliail al-. forev.-ry su oilenee, bo decra-e-l iruiltviif a miiemer.n..r. and sbaik t cm mv tin tlicr-s.f. lw fined not hs than fiv hon-lrcl dollars or lw Imprisoact not lea than -me wmih and not more than oue yuar, or; both, at th uucre- Ai'l m&'pvieg wllhln twelve miles ofth rV.tIu.notary's ortii-e, or within twent y-lour miles if their resi tenco bo In a town, vllUa-e. wcity "n boTno of a railroad leading bilsasMy Klat. simll, before two 1 uricr th eiectUM, anu lK-f..ri-tw.di oVIock meridian ol in aecwi uay alter th electton, deliver th returns, togetbw wifh return sheet, to the Prothonotary of th' Tr ivmnKm Plc.-is of ihecmnty, which said return aiWali I hied, ami tb day and hourot filing iclirkil there, ami shall bepreservod by thepro l. notary for ibllc bispeetl..ri. Given under my haml. at my office fit Siwioraer, this Rth day ol vui!r. In th year of our UK one trwUffaKj eight huuilred aad eight rl In the on hundred and fifth year ol the led peudenc. ol the g SM Sheriff's Office, SomeTOU .... i Oct. th. isso. "ct. w.