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THE DYING MOHIIHl.
lit AUCK CAKT. We were werping.round her pillow, For we knew t);nt she must die; It v.as night within our bosoms It was nitfht within the sky. There were seven of us chiUlren, I the ol Jest one of all, P. I tried to whisper comfort. But the Minding tenra would fall. rt my knees my little brother Leaned his aching brow, and wcjt, And my sister's long bla'jk tresses O'er my heaving bosom swept. The bluidow or an awful fear Came o'er me ui I trod. To lay the burden of my grief Before the throne of G'xt. 'Oh. be kind to one another " Was my mother's pleading prayer, As her hand lay like a mow-Hake On the baby's golden bnir. Then a glory bound her forehead. Like the glory of a crown, And in the silent sea of death The star of life went down. Her latc-a breVJi was borne away lpon her loving prayer. And the hand grew heavier, pairr. In Cue baby's golden hair. PREMIUMS AWARDED AT THE SOMERSET COUNT!" FAIR Hold Octolcr 5th. Gth and 7th, 1SS1. Notice. All persons who liavc drawn premiums must produce thoir J Annual Membership Ticket to the! Treasurer, Wm. 11. Frcae, lefore (lii oir diir flu-ir nifinpv. All ! HI. V ' . V . ' I ...... ..... j- premiums must he called for within hixty days. The premiums Mere awarded as follow i : Best thorough bred stallion, P. Ilefflev.S COO Jdbest, ?. N. Davis. !.( Best native stallion, 1). Miller. G.OO 2d best, J. S. Miller. 4.W Be.t native utallion 6 rears old, 0. I. Gohn. Best 3 vr old mare, S. Barclav. 2d ."" 44 D. Miller. 2d " horse. J. Farner. Best2vrild colt, D. Miller. 21 " 44 G. Cobaugk 4.0) 4.0.) 2.00 2.00 o.lM 1.50 i IJ-est yearling colt, O. Kneppcr. 2.00 2.00 1.00 4.00 2.0) 4.00 2.00 1.50 4.00 Be?t colt. 1'. Hclilev 2d 44 W. Staid. Best brood mare, I llefllev. 2d " 44 W. Stahl. Lest draft horse, V. Hose. 2d 14 " P. Hefflcy. Best saddle horse, V. Heflley. Lest llamiltonian 3 year oll colt, Kusscl Uhl. f-WKEP STAKES. Best stallion on the grounds, P.llemey. 5.00. Best mare on the grounds. P. Hellley. 3.00 V?t bull on the grounds, S. Barclay. 5.f Best short horn cow.P.l left! ey. 2.( ) Lo.-t brood cow, P. Heflley. 2.00 TK0TrlX'"J. TRAINED HORSES. 1st best, Walter llcfflev.SlO.OO 2d best, 44 44 " 10.00 IXiTtAlXKl) HOIl-ES. MWu 1L H. FJick.S CATTLE. Bet short horned bull, Sam. Barclav,$ Best 1 yr old, 44 P. Heflley. Best short horned cow, P. HefUev. Bert " heifer, F. Weller, Host " calf, Bestaldernpvbull 3 vr old, W. S. Morgan. 2d best " P. Heflley. Best 1 yr old alderney bull, Mahlon Miller. 2d best W. S. Morgan. Bestaldernev cow, W. Morgan. 2d best '' Best aldernev heifer, P. llei- flev. 2d best, 44 44 Lest alderney calf, W. Morgan. 2d lest, 44 P. llelliey. Best holstein heifer.N.Boberti. 2d best, 44 T. Winters. Best holstcin calf, W. Stahl. 2d best, Best native devon heifer, F. Weller. Best short horn 1 yr old steer, Mahlon Miller. 2d best short horn calf, Walt Heflley. Best Swiss bull, F'k. .Specht. 44 morino buck, W.Morgan. " pen of ewes, 44 " south down buck, Frank Specht " pen of S. Ds., X. Trent 44 long wool buck, Heflley. " berkshire boar, BOW, " lot of pigs, " " pairofturkeys, ' 44 pair ducks, C. Knepper. " coop chickens, C. Kooser. 4i bralima's, 44 41 golden sunlights, H. 11. Flick. " hondmas, 44 " pair guinea's, V. Weller. 44 canary bird, Lee Hol- derbaum. ' sample wheat, Geo. Pile, 44 red Persian wheat, Geo. ' Cobaugh. " follz wheat, C. C. M ussel rnan. 44 corn on cars, W. Stahl. 4 li. W. oats, John Link. 44 barley oats, Ci. Cobaugh. 44 white rve, Fred. Weller. 44 buckwheat, J. M.Hol derbaura. 44 (lover seed, C. Smucker. 44 flax seed. G. Cobaugh. 44 barley. ,C. H. Smucker. 4-4 timothy seed, Cobaugh. 44 11 II. potatoes, J. Ferner. " peerless 44 C. C Mus ed man. 44 garnet " C. II. Schmueker. u Bermuda potatoes, Wm. Stahl. 44 mammoth pearl jwtatoes Chas, Shaver. 14 victor potatoes, G. W. Pile. 44 peach Mows. J. Ferner. 44 parsnips, J. II. Kantner. 44 onions, Jas. Ferner. 44 red beets, C.H.Smuchcr. 4 oyster plant, J. Kantner. 44 sweet potatoes, Icroy Forquer. 41 cabbage. J. II. Kantner. cellery, Minnie Lohman. 44 pop corn, Lucy Heilley. .00 5.IK) 1.50 2.0il 2.00 1.50 5.00 3.00 1.50 1.00 2.00 1.(10 2.0u 1.00 1.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.50 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 .50 l.OO .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50 .50 ..50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 j .50 j i .50 j. JO I ,.! .50 1 .50 .50! j ..50 j - Oi .50 1 ..50 j .2-51 .50; pumpkin, V.lusselman. 2d squash, John Kantner. tomatoes, " 41 white beans. M.lohtnan. creeping " 44 peppers, Cath. Viler. carreL", J. II. Kantner. marrow fat peas, Minnie ... t Ix)hnmn. kohlrobcj, J. Kantner. water mcllon, 44 cantaloupe, lima Inain., Mrs. K. M. - ' Cameroii. .50 : millet, Lcroy Forquer. baldwin apples. C. II. Smucher. ramlo 44 K. Pugh. peek no farther apples, Frank Weller. maiden blush apples, C. H. Smucher. pound apple, F. Weller. northern spy, 44 spice apples, J. Ferner. Bhode Island greenings, C II. Smucher. Lancaster sweets, 41 bellflower, II. II. Flick, pippins, C. II. Smucher. display of apples, Geo. Cobaugh. peaches, C. II. Smucher. 20 oz apple, Eph. Pugh. print butter, C. Weller. honey, Kcv. A. Cameron, display of honev, II. II. Flick, cnx-k cheese,M.Lohman. dried apples, C. Weller. 44 peaches, C. II. Smucher. 4- cherries, 4' 44 sweet com, Cath. Weller. apple bulU r, peaoh 44 cider, G. L. Gahn. ham, Fred Weller. what not, J. II.Morrison. display of wood turning, J. H. Morrison, heating stove, Somerset Mechanical Works. plow, , .i u hillside jdow, 44 hay rake. C. F. Walker, pick, J. H. Morrison, tin ware, A. C. Sehell. wooden ware, II. Smith, top buggy, C. Kooser. cooking stove, Somerset Mechanical Works, seed drill.J.Holderbaum. cultivator, II. H. Flick, hay rake, J. M.Morrison, cutting box, J. M. Hol der'naum. sewing machinr, P. X. Davis. mowing " J. Morrison, fanning mill, Jos. Shafer. reajter, J. llolderbaum. motto card, Lee 44 plants in bloom, Mrs. (J. W. Pile, boquet, u floral design, Mrs. Geo. M. llolderbaum. loaf bread, Mrs. A. Pisel. light rolls, 44 white mountain cake, Mrs. Geo. llolderbaum. sponge cake Lulu Davis, fruit 41 Ixe llolderbaum. .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 ..V) .50 .50 .50 JiO .50 .75 1.00 1.00 .50 .50 .50 .50! .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 1.00 1.00 l.OO 2.001 2d 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 .50 3.00 l.OO 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 i j " jelly u Mrs. Geo. llolderbaum. sugar cake, Mrs. Pisel. ginger snaps, 44 44 tarts 44 44 chocolate cake, Lucy llolderbaum. canned tomatoes, Mrs. Annie Frease. spiced peaches, Mrs. X. B. Snyder, canned pears, Mary Knable. canned quinces, Mrs. G. M. llolderbaum. cherries, crab apple jell-, " ct rrent 41 plumb jelly, Mrs. Col born. grape " " raspberry jam, Mrs. Hay. pickled tomatoes, Mrs. Geo. llolderbaum. chow-chow, 44 ketchup, Mrs. Ij. A.llay. canned plums, Martha Knable. Jox grapes, J. Morrison, canned peaches, Mrs. M. A.Cameron, spiced walermellon, Mrs. Geo. llolderbaum. blanket?, W. S. Morgan, wool carpet 44 mg 44 woolen cloth, " cassimere. 4 satinett, 4: jeans, 44 llannel, 4: stocking yarn, 4: linen towels, M.Lohman. table cloth, 44 silk quilt, log cabin,Mrs. K. M. Cameron, silk quilt, Mra. Ed. B. Scull. cradle quilt, Ellen Schell. knit spread, M. Knable. cotton tidy, Mamie Uhl. woolen tidy, Minnie B. Cunningham, thread tidy,Darl Walter, shirt, Martha Knable. wool stockings, 44 apron, 4' lace shawl, M. Lohman. toilets, Ella Schrock. pin cushion, J. 44 wool mittens, II. Flick, pillow sham, Mrs. Belle Snyder. ladies hat, Minnie Cun ningham, displav of millinery . goods, Mrs. A. E. UhL sofa cushion, Minnie B. Cunningham, rug, Mrs. G. W. Pile, afghan, Mrs. E. B. Scull, Grace Pile, pin cushion, lice llolder baum. . nristol board frame, 44 scrap bag. May Pisel. 44 44 Mame Wcimcr. vases, Iee llolderbaum. hair receiver, Leora Hay. 44 Iiee llolderbaum. calico quilt, 44 toilet mat, 44 souvenier, Mamie Uhl. bureau mat), M.Weimer. lamp " Mamie Uhl. it : u scratch my back, Lee llolderbaum. 4- Mamie Uhl. wall pocket, M. Weimcr. sjwnt match box, Iee llolderbaum. card receiver, G. B. Pile. canvas tidy, loc llol derbaum. wool tidy, I lza Cascbecr. cotton tidy, Mamie I'hL wax flowers, Mrs. Ed. McDowell, hair work, Mrs.P. Davis, feather work, 44 display of shirts, Mrs. A. Uhl. .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .75 .75 .75 .75 .75 . .75 .75 .25 .25 .50 .50 ..50 ..50 .50 .50 1.00 .50 .50 ..50 .40 2d .25 .30 .30 .20 .45 2d n I .. i 2d .4) .30 2d .30 .20 .30 .30 .30 .30 .20 .40 .40 JjO .50 .50 1.00 .50 woolen scarf. Lee llol derbaum. 44 hair wreath, Mrs. Mc Dowell. 50 The following exhibits deserve c!Hcial notice and the patronage of r. i the fiiiLlif Knmtifl liivl-iv n r.im- Vi;cry. marked meritorious, and re "r.n ) commended to the farmers. i C. X. Boyd, of Somerset, a fine ..-,0; display of drugs, etc .50 j Ed. McDowell, of S jmerset, a fine .50 . display of jewelry. .50 Mrs. A. E. Uhl and Miss Minnie a Cunningham, of Somerset, a fine .50 display of millinery goods, etc. .50 P. X. Davis, of Summit Mills, rep resented the Davis Sewing Machine, .50 i and Hartley Brothers, of Mcyers .50 j dale, the Singer Sewing Machine. Curtis Kooser, of . Somerset, nnnr ufacturer of buggies. J. II. Morrison, of Bakersville, a variety tf articles in the different de partments, such as farming imple ments. J. M. llolderbaum, of Somerset, liad an excellent display of farming implements. The Society agreed to award a sil ver cup to the Meycrsdale Shooting Club, which they are to hold until the next annual contest, when it is to be given to the winning club. Misses Marion Kiernan, Ada Knepper Minnie Cunningham Ma mie Lhl, Sidr.ey Connelly, Annie Uhl, Beckie Ncff. Mrs. Cameron, Minnie Lohman, Catharine Weller, L. A. Hay and A. J. Colborn and others, dererve sjecial mention for thing placed on exhibition, and marked 'meritorious, best and 2d best. Xotice. Ali premiums offered by the Board, as set forth in the Premium List, will Je paid prompt 1' as awarded by the judges. A number of articles were also entered and marked best or meritorious, for which no premium waa offered and the Board could not consistent ly allow any premiums for the want of funds to make all things satisfac- i torv. : J. II. FRITZ, GEO. W. PILE, Secretary. President 11Wlt L1TTLK KIT. It was a gala day All the fast horses out showing their on the avenue, in town were pace, and the merry sieign riders snouica wiin mirth ind enjoyment as they raced neck-and-ncck,fivo teams deep, and when they came to a dead-lock it was still more" fun. At one junction, however, there were shouts that did not sound mirthful, a wild plunge among the thoroughbreds, and some policeman ran out from the side walk and talked in authoritive tones, but the crowd was so dense no one could see what was going on among the noisy drivers and tneir plunging horses. "It's only a couple of boys," said the beautiful Felicia Hautton, set tling back among the luxurious white robes; "two of those hDrrid newsboys. They ought not to be allowed on the avenue at all. They're always getting under foot and frightening the horses 6uch good time as we were making, too how disagreeable." ''Anybody killed?" asked one fine gentleman of another as they passed. 44 Xaw, two boys mixed up, that's all, one started to cross the street fell, and tother got run over trying to save him, stweet Awabs, you know, can spare a few ta, ta." "Got under the feet of a highflyer and spoiled his time," said another i m a disgusted tone. Then the avenue was cleared and the tide of eniovment went on, and no more Arabs were so foolish as to sacrifice themselves by obstructing the triumphs of the fashionable throng. At sundown of that same day two poorlv dressed boys applied for ad mission at the doors of Harper's hospital and inquired for one of their number, who had been brought thither that same alternoon. I uey were permited to see mm lor a few moments, and on tip-toe, they entered the long, clean ward and sought out the narrow bed on which he lay. When they had awkwardly greeted him, they sat down upon the edge of the cot, and were much embarrassed with the stramreness of the scene, and painfully conscious of their hands and feet; they were also rather shocked at their comrade's clean face ; it looked so unnaturally white with a dash of red on either cheek. Their eyes roved stealthily alout over the other sick beds and their occupants. "Sav, old feller," began the big gest of the two boys, addressing hi9 sick comrade, "ain't you putting on a heap of style ?" "Where's Kit?" asked the sick boy, fretfully; "why ain't he along of you?" The two visitors looked at each other, and their faces grew downcast and troubled ; they dug the toes of their boots into the clean floor at the bedside and shuffled uneasily, while both coughed violently in concert, then the big boy blurted out: "Kit went on an errand, and he told me to tell you he would be up to-morrow sure he sez, eez he, tell Jim its rill right." "You ain't Jgassin, be you?" Kit didn't git hurt, nor nothin'?" "He couldn't go errants cf he was hurt, could he?" asked the other, doggedly ; an' here," improvising a lie Jot the occasion, "he sent yer this." The sick and injured boy smiled as he took the big orange in his fe verish hand and turned it over. "I knew Kit wasn't the boy to for git me here, you fellers, take a bite its many a orange, and stick of candy, and bit of pie we've divided atween U3 afore this. Pore little Kit! He knowed a3 how I liked 'em ; here, you take a squeeze," and he handed it back. But the boys wouldn't touch it, and the patient put it under his pillow. Then he said in a strange, quavering voice : "I want you fels to look after Kit, and don't ver forget it : when I I gets well I'll pay back every cent; I but it'll be a long time, for I'm all I mashed in ; he's a little fellow and needs lookin' arter. Xcw, boys, I i.,.i. , .;n mi ; uuii lr v uuik Mil uiv, nui JUU . iou neean i worry aoouitvii, ' said the spokesman of the two, looking awav and digging violently at the floor, "he's all right" "Ixrd, I'm so tired." said the sick boy. "If it wasn't for Kit I'd as leve die as get well ; but I promised mother as how I'd alius take ker of the little chap, and I've done it: and he wasn't cut up nor bruised nor nuthen' when they pulled him out of the boss's hoofs ?" "Wasn't cut up nor bruised nor nothin'," echoed the visitor, with Ids back to the bed. "Good ! Jes' 'ou look arter him till I get outer this and I'll work my fingers off for ye. Iord, how dead tired I am." He drifted away to sleep and the two boys left without waking him, but before they went one of them slipped a little leather bag of mar bles in his hand and the other put a few pennies wrapped in a dirty bit of newspaper close by, where he could see them waking. "He'l think Kit sent 'em," said one, as they softly retreated ; "they were in Kit's pocket when the j.o liceman found him to think he doesn't know." , ' . j That night as the hospital doctor went his rounds he found the new boy wide awake but very still. To the familiar eye of the phyaician Ida atmmtrtma wrr j-lenrl v rleflned "Well, bit bov," ho said kindly, ! General G. W. Gordon, eX-Con-"wliat can 1 doi'or you. ' "-"derate, in hi address in memory The boy's fuco lighted up. "I J of Garfield at the Circuit Court at want to set) Kit send for Kit" Yes, yes," answered the doctor i hastily ; "but you must wait until to-morrow," "I don't think I an sir. I guess I'm booked (or tother place, li would be all right efit wasn't for, Kit. But I promised mother I'd take care of him, and what will he do without me ? I can't leave Kit" -. The death dew was on $. ' fore head. He beat his hands helpless ly on the white ppread, while his pale lips continued to murmur, "I can't leave Kit!" The physician sat down by him. It is against the rules of a hospital to hold much converse with the dy ing, or even to notify thosd who are in extremes of the appiwch of death ; this was a child the doctor . ., assumed the responsibility "My boy, if you knew that you could not get well, would you feel very sorry ?" "Xot for mvself; onlv for Kit." "ButifltoM you that Kit was well taken care of that a ricli and kind father had sent for him and given him a beautiful home " "Xow you're gassin'," said the dving boy, with his old fervor. "Dad ain't that sort, besides he broke mother's heart and Kit wouldn't speak to him if he cum back." "Xo earthly farther, dear boy, but a heavenly one the priest has told you of him, and the home he gives his children. He it is who lias sent for Kit." The sick boy made up Lis parch ed lips to whistle. "W-h-e-w," he said, brokenly, "Kit's dead killed arter all, when I tried so hard to save him !" "He was dead when they took him up," said the doctor, "and not a bruise, nor a broken limb the shock killed him, and he is safe now with his Master don t vou believe that?" But the boy did not heed him ; his lips moved faintly, and the doc tor bending down, heard him 6ay again, "Kit's dead!'' Then there was a long silence, and before he left the doctor turned the white sheet over the tranquil face, and Kit and his brother were together again. Detroit Free Pres. Facta for the Curious. The ancients always harnessed their horsc3 abreast, never length wise. The ancient British used buckets without hoops, cut out of solid timber. Some of the Egyptian mummies are encased in bandages more than 1,000 yards long. The term pin-money is derived from an ancient tax in France to supply the queen with pins. The most common measure of ca pacity among the Romans was the Ampliora nearly nine English gal lons. In 1S22 the coast ef Chili, o:ie hun dred miles in extent, was raised from two to six feet by an earth quake. Under the ancient laws of the Athenians a false witness was to be thrown headlong from the capitol. Treading down another's cornfield by night M as punishable by death. There is a weekly sale in Paris of toads, which are brought in casks filled with damp moss. One hun dred of these toads are worth from $15 to $17. These are bought for gardens. The term Quaker was first appli ed to the sett in derision. When George Fox, the founder, was brought before the magistrate he told him to quake before the word of the Lord. During a storm in Vermont, in 1S70, the lightning struck a horse in pasture, burning off his hair, or pull ing it out, cutting a hole two inches long in his head and throwing off his shoes. The horse recovered. During the plague in Ixmdon, in 1720-21, tobacco was considered an excellent preventive for the dread disease. It was noticed that those who kept tobacco shops were less likely to be affected than others, and the use of it was considered to be so beneficial that even children were made to smoke. A farmer in Indiana gives the fol lowing result of an experiment with bone dust and wood ashes. He says : I applied 000 pounds of dry, unleach ed ashes to the acre, and sowed wheat on that, and the result was onlv six bushels to the acre. Ad joining this tract I drilled in 200 pounds of bone dust and the three acres produced 20 bushels to. .the acre, lieing an increase yield of 14 bushels over the tract sown with wood ashes. The following year I used 500 pounds ot bone dust on the plat where I had previously sown GOO pounds of ashes, and the result was 40 bushels of wheat to the acre, being double what the bone produc ed alone. This experiment satisfi ed me that ashes alone or bone dust alone would not give a yield that paid to my satisfaction. This acre with ashes yielded C bushels, the acre with bone dust yielded 20 bushels, but when the two were combined I harvested 40 bushels. This shows what experiments and a small exqenditure of money will do for the progressive farmer." The latest man who has been made happy through the use of this valuable liniment is Mr. James A. Conlan, Librarian of the Union Catholic Library of this city. The following is Mr. Conlan's indorse ment: - Uxiox Catholic Library Asso-" ciatiox, 201 Dearborn St., f Chicago, Sept 16, 18X1. J I wish to add my testimony to the merits of St. Jacobs Oil as a cure for rheumatism. One bottle has cured me of this troublesome disease, which gave.1 mo a great deal of bother for a long time; but thanks to the remedy I am cured. This statement was unsolicited by any one in its interest James A. Coxlax, Librarian. A l"atl Klftbt on Shipboard. Philadelphia, October 11. A newly-employed steward on the ship Jacob E. Kidgeway, whose name is not known, ' returned to the vessel intoxicated last evening, and used abusive language to Anthony C Ste phens, the first mute. A light en sued, during which Stephens struck the steward in Use eye, and a few hours afterwards the latter died. Stephens has been arrested, and held to await the action of the coro ner. Tumors, erysipelas, mercurial di seases, scrofula, and ceneral debility cured by Dr Lindsev's- Blood Searcher." : : h :, , Tribute? to GarflcltL i P-1'3. " bile his stens were in the dust, hit eyes were on the stars. By counsge, toil, talent, integrity and sobriety, he fought hi way single handed and alone, ti.o hovel to the White I louse. H these instru mentalities ho passed from the hum blest to the highest station, not only in his own country, but, 1 submit, to the most noble, exalted and en viable position to-day held by any citizen of the world. And although he ascended from a level so low to an eminence so high, it did not daz zle him or lesseu his humility. He was one of the few men of the world's great history whom prosper ity humbles and adversity strengthens. I had rather possess the emotion, the culture, the orato- T an(l the genius of Garfield than 1tl t. Kl 1 1 1- all the blood-stained laurels that ever Caesar tore from the livid brows of fallen kings, or all the jewels that ever Hannibal stripped from the frozen lingers of Ins slaughtered knights. The wisdom, moderation and reform foreshadowed in his brief administration were daily widening his influence and popular ity, especially with the people of the South, and we hoped that he was hastening the day when we could all feel and say we had but one sky, one flag, one union, one country and one President Lynch Law In South Carolina. Ciiari.estox, S. C, October 13. Jack Williams, colored, who was convicted at Orangeburg, on Satur day last, of committing an outrage upon Lizzie Hughes, a white girl of 11 years, was taken from the jail last night and hanged. The jury which convicted Williams, through a mis understanding of the law, rendered a verdict of guilty with a recommen dation, to mercy. Under the statute such a recommendation reduces the punishment from death to life im prisonment in the penitentiary, and the prisoner was sentenced accord ingly. The public wa3 very much incensed against the jury for it ver dict, and determined that tho pris oner should never reach the peni tentiary. The crime, which was re volting in its details, was clearly proved, and the prisoner confessed his guilt during his last moments. The Arizona India Troubles. Sax Fraxcisco, 11. A Wilcox (Arizona) despatch reports from San Carlos that the Chiricahua scouts who deserted have killed one of the White Mountain Indians. Fears are entertained that the latter will retal iate, and if a general fight takes place among them, no one can tell where it will end. ( ieneral Macken zie is at the agency. Chief George is reported as going toward .Ash creek, with his men and some of Carr's troops, in pursuit. Col. San ford has been directed to place his troops in such a position as to pre vent all incursions of hostiles along the border between Arizona and Sonora. Woultl Xot Allow Him to be Cremated Pittsci'i;ii, Pa., Ot:tobrr It). A young gentleman named Moore, a soldier in the regular army, station ed at Columbus, Ohio, who died last Friday from the el.'ects of an overdose of morphia, expressed the wish before his death that his body should be cremated and arrange ments were made to carry out his wishes. Yesterday the fires were lighted in the furnace at Washing ton, Pa., but the father and mother j till V UWIUOUU Tl llv Mill V aiV V from Chicago to-day, would not per mit the cremation to take place. They left with the remains for Onei da, New York, where the deceased will be buried. Defalcation or an Insurance Oflieial. IIoston, October 12. Henry 1. White, Secretary of the Shoe and Leather Insurance Company of this city is defaulter. An examination of the books thus far shows a defi ciency of over $1-5,000. White is one ol the best-known insurance men in Boston. He is President of the Boston Protective Department, and has for 15 Tears held hi3 pres ent position with the Shoe and Leather Insurance Company. He absconded on Monday night, leaving for JSew i ork. II is mode of opera- ation was to abstract small balances from agent's accounts. His opera-? uuiia iuii.c u lung pciiuu. : :i i :.l Baron Steuben4 Descendants Arrive. 1,New Yokk, October 1.1 The steamship Herder arrived off quar antine at 1 o clock this morning, and anchored there until daylight. Onboard were the descendants of Baron Von Steuben, who have come here on the" invitation of the United States government and by permis sion of the German government to take part in the Yorktowu celebra tion. The delegates were received by the reception committee, at the Battery, at 7 o'clock a. in., and tak en in carnages to the Fifth Avenue Hotel, where one of the parlors was placed at their disposal. Waiting to "Cood Old Ilnle." DctiKM-ratic New York October 13. A bro ker advertises to day his wish to buy Sl.000,000 of Confederate bonds and expressses his willingness to pay I of one per-cent. In an inter view be said : "I have already purchased more than $1,000,000 worth, and have advertised for $1,000,000 more. I am buying them in accordance with correspondents abroad." Inquiries among other brokers showed that there were sev eral of them engaged in buying these bonds at the above figure. ' Destroyed by Fire. Denver, Odolter 14. A dispatch from Kokomo, Col., says that the explosion of a lamp in the Summit House last night caused a fire which spread with terrific rapidity, con suming eighty houses. The fire was aided by the explosion of sever al powder magazines. Only about twenty bouses remain in the place. The loss is estimated at $400,000 and the insurance light. A great deal of suffering will result from the fire, as those burned out are now en tirely destitute. . Proof Krery where. ' If any invalid or sick person has the least doubt of the power and ef ficacy of Hop Kitters to' cure theru. I they can find cases exactly like ' their own, in their neighborhood, with proof positive that they can be easily and permanently 'cured, at a trifling cost or ask your druggist or physician. - . , 1 awKumaai .jmiiasistukwuiMOSmat "1 "- . iiii"... . Neuralgia, Ccistica, Lumbago, Backache, Sorsnsts of tho Chsst, Gout, Quinsy, Scro Throat, Sxeil ings and Spraint, Burns and Scafc's, Cena??. Bcc'i'y Pair.s, Tocth, Car end Headache, Frc:t:d Fact and Ears, end ail o'hor Fains and Aches. Ifr, rri.ntUn on n.rtli St. Jfti f i as a mifr, wrr, simple tt-A rhrip Kxt"T!i'l Hni-ljr A trial rntaili but th euojirtiTr!T trilling outlH.v .if .'i0 !:. anil rr.TT wi- mM. rii- vixh puiu cun liarj chrap ami jx-rilKa Tinmf iu daiau. Mrretlnog in Eln'o Luncaarf j. SOLD ET ALL DEUGGIST3 DHiLHTi IH MEDICI5E. A. VGGELER & CO., Italtlmorr, Bid., V. '. A, roU BALE Bt C. N.BOYD, WtUtiGIHT I . j - a id iVtw !t ji!if. :;l t T. f- t:r.Ktr tiire. y - rs o-js turr.jrs faticrzlosa in Sidney and rrt- J 'Tt'.lr:.2.:tT, or la 2iOT.-jatim, Ntoraljil, I'S Vj O J n- :. Stork, nf Ji'nrtlon City. - -''ii t mii-.l liSin nftrr ri-stiua-i'ty V jbiL .u'i U.pa IrriLir for four y-iu'n. CI J..hn AKinlL'if V.'vliircrt.'n, Ohio, kt- YVrlniY w.viifiivr. n..f'il l.v r-iir n .itt.ni' ill ..i ilUT-Wor'.. M. M. n. ; vlrfn.nr;rerl-l fTi-nrdon. Ohl slui .HIl.;t M(-l't.U to lifl U-n.tf lloaiu t i x o:iu b..t kUui.j-Worli'Ureii hjai. Vj Arpa I Jamits of to'ith Rilm. V. Y.. mtf ' :ii .t. i r n .iHt.i.lT.rin..fnii.i 1' nlur V I roillill? ' U:anl o:il' r i'o:uuiiuuUulM MU3llid..ti by tilu Ustiuf Mwrnw of Jni'tFon. Term., nryreiw ifiiMii hvir nnd l.iii-v tnuil-l'-i ami inf y-Woit rmulii Lim vi IL Rj Ml.'hvl -. of K'HiiMnrr? f.-ntr-, Tf.. iftr t.-.:.-lnir kirrou of otUi-r lucUicinu.' 1-i murrj i-Jrt enrwHU K1IWT fiioii-iiiT in. .2tm n-i.il:.. to kiiliK-r-Wcrt OiMia iiun f j PEHaAHCNTLY CURES LiSClOHEtf DISEASES, jj. J ki V bit vv.sirbn jfCor.et.paticn and Pi!es. Ta f y It ix vit njt in Iry Veirtnlic LIVER COMPLAINTS,! atl.l. Tmmmm In I t( ni-' (Jif'tio. Alr'i in I.lroU Form, vct-t C"n- I i tel rat-c. tor .Uumi U cci.iw u.:.jf put Ml OW f'j.Hi ... a..c J n .. . at. -r-,- . . .. , cur xt itx::2 vm ;c:ir:.j. i-iive, ;.oo i-J FOR FAI.B nY O IiOYD. diut.;i.st. Mmetart, I'n. A'liiTRK rri:K7 ami IfirVri'ti" i iiiii ali. ol au l.i ri Kttn. '4 SIOOO IN CCL.D. 3 he ptiM for a cf tlicr will rot can- or lu i;i, ur lor aayrinnir impure ur luur; luimu iu litem. kT"nr ilrni.'r.rt for Ilor. Tt!ttcr i in uclore yua urt-p. Take iie wihi r. 2 T. r. fwwnnhftaitirrandirrf-lMr":- for 71 JJiUUte-iuci, use "toptiiui,tuLatcuuj;ti A narcotic!. ErZIXQ Szx ran CiRf-rLAC KEJmZ33& Mi-, r-.. R. t! tor, . V., TDtt ti' i.fVjt, C. X. BOYD. IIi.LU.!.5T Somcrsut, Pa. 1, jc--'- ri-rifrt,rir..ni.m.irti"'" t -- - sua TH2 CKSA7 BUItLIXGTOX IZOiri ii. fSTXn Mha I'.'iv rur. Three Thr.M-i.-U I'-'s-fXrjrcr Tri:i:j I.viiiv l-eifft-cn CMi:i.:o, I'i'S Moines Cici'icil L'tiT'. Omr.ii.i. I.inoia. t. Joseph, AtchiT., T-'pj.-kn i;::d Kar.i.-? Ciiv. Itirwt rtnn!'ct;o!: fnrnil imirtM In Kna-1'?, NelmiHkn, Ci-lomdn. Wyo:si:ie. Jt'-!it:(a:i, Sf radn. New Mexico, Ar&j;i3, 1 A h'.:.Ci'0i'oa':.J California. The Pliorte'f, P?pei!tr.t nnd "Tort O-t.-.f Tin We Iloufei vin Hrttiriht.t o Firt Se. lnnfwn Ilalliis. IltvKtm, Austin. ?.i:i Aiitunl'), .j:.ltcs tor ami nil jmir.ts in Texns. The tiiiv(ia!' 1 iniliic ci -i'ts frr" ! h-: :. r. Line toTiavrtcrannii Ti.uri-t !. tr r f-i-..: Tho cc-leliratM Puilin:m iLMilvci, 1 ieeninfr Car r.m ' illy on tins I hie ii. i ... r i- Oil fc-3 J..I:rtR r t S; 4!"uJovr. r-j p HOP BITCEESI ft ,. ;':i'irit.r, cat a 1-r :-k.) fji H rrrrF, r.rr;:v, -i.yz.n.i. n ' t...in.:t;x, E Q. P::hK!C U-awint-FtiMim C.irs. rit'i Hi ii-foii '3 annion. israed cat or the Orpnans' Court j Krt.'iiii!'? 'hai-s. .V extra cnnrsro for fstw if' t"er ooiuit. P 1 will bold an inquest on j In Iteolitilr.jr Owlr. The fsmr.i. 5 '.. 0. js A j JtT r' "Si? . ke,m' 44. Wk-1 Puliteo ninm-f t'.in. SiP"!iHt ' --at ' 'Ff w"H Ia' residence. 00 Monday, r fitttil T.ilh Vlc9r.t Iluh-iliii Uru itr,!!,4! atdnyuf October, 1681, where you can attend cla9 ni''sot:Erors von nip i uiiirs HT 1:13 du.i.vj u .: ; ! Siool Trat k nn:l Sur-nrlor Eriiii7inrnt. C-H' bincd with Ih-ir Gn-atThronirri i'r.(m:i;i mt-nt. mal:n.t t hi?, nbovc nil rt Isrs, t hn t.ivoi 1 m iir, t o t.tvt''ie j i-V'cst.aaJ the pari I traveling a'lux'ary T l(iitc to lUcSi.iuth, fsout'j- wrHU Try it. nml you wm !ind trivcnj a luxury instead of a discomfort. 5 Tbrimph Tickot via this Cflobr-'tn I.irrfl for Mile at all ollicos In tbc L'uitod4Hatus usd Cnniido. 1 - . r- All informatior: nbtiut llat nf tFKr. SlMt ltitf t.'ar Atcouit:io!.itiina, 'iltr.n Uulil'!i, .tcii J will nf rhiH-rfullv vlvi-ii, 11 ml witt on:l rm- to nny nrldirs an cltirnut Cnunlu .'AJuC Luitftf Miltl s. in cnliil'a. l:y uppivitllf t l J. y. A. lltA?f. Uuu's Katern A scut. . f IIOUSSIIOLD WORDS. "For tick atnrnsrh, bad taste, ainklng J spells, aTjaiTmauotirpiyirKtyon 'For wantot appetite, (IrKperwIa, Inujges- never tails." I ana uver eoinDiaini, cuko rxmiSA It I 4Th04a In Uterarv. nrofeaslnnal or miiwl nsuai fiurraiu constantly noea iiiusa. Por constipation, Masju-ix.' " Cr Fnr alrk beadarhe, pain In Mio head. I oiiincss, aoaauwapuics, ia&e jtsbuka. ' Read and fltndv out book oirthiimanf ltfa. ioikiw 11s reacnuifrs. 'mm will be paid sud rna will be lpiy. .nBJKi;t -sjaI WUIBOtl I not cure or great Ladlcat. If Ton wl rwiih," henlth andj line and rosy a Ir4eanty, aweet breiv Oo to Tocr near oSrtrlFt for a botlie I oii-ucjiju -xaaenaooneacaiuaabi" "For nervous debtlttv. catarr!i of thn hbtA. I and beeurud.' aer. or oieaso or uta suuau) a, io i'ljivz a, I J V FOR SALE BY C. X. BOYD, Druggist. MeaBerarf. Pm . m iMayl NOW SHOTTING ARPETS! FOR FALL SALE! ' LiTSCT ATD 22ST STILES. t i ...... THE BEST QUALITIES! DRUGGETS, LIGNUM, LINOLEUMS. &c. II M'CALLUM, 77' FIFTH AVENUE, l) L ABOVE WOOD ST. it 1113111 o RPIIAXS' COURT SALK OK Karah TiOhri Real Estate. Ity vlrtnn nf the auHiority reatwl In m tijr the OrjPn' tJuurt ol SiaeMl Co., fu., I will sU ai. tin: j, realises, un ta(urda, October 21), 1SS1, a troot or lam! ituate-i !a JenncrTwp, Soineraet t;o.. Pa., aii)oirilni lnn.la of Cornclics Buecliiy. ; Auihuny Ah noil otunrn, nt:ila!nic .'.i acrm ami ; &.! rrln.'i ami nll'iwancu, with a small houe. ami , tiarn atnl iHher ontbollilloit tl.oroon rriTtil, alwut 4i acreii irleared ; a good orchard ou the Mine, and giiod wstcr. -TEEMS OF SALE One-thlnl In lmml. balance fn twoei iaI annnp.l pavmenta with Interest, the hand mmier tu Im Tira.I i lnt or April, ItMiS, uml the parmvi.ta to full due Utof Ajirll, lilSaod lSW. to he teotue.1 h jn'!i;u:eet liuuil. l'uejerion tfivcn 1st 01 Alrli, IStti. is:u to be paid or secured when the fir"irty ! hid cl an aecurlty fur compliance with the cirii tiilTil of Mile. ADAMH. 7.IAURKK. Oi t 5 Trustee. o Rl'IIAN'S COURT SALE. t t the real e.'tate ol Michael Snansrler. de;M. Hy vlriuo "I authority vested in me hy the autbnrlty urtlieOrphanV Court nf Soniers.-i '' l'a.. 1 will espoee locale at puiillc outcry, on tic prctnlKsa, ou Siiturduii, October 29, 1S81, a tract of land aituate In Uuem.lhonlr.a- Twp . Sinert Co., Pa., adiulninif kinds ol Jaroh s. AUIliT, lands fumierly owned hy Valentine Miller, laud ol Allciiael Dickey and oilier. emtalniuK M acros and aiiuwance. more or leu, with a two ulory frame house, thern ereirted, frame burn and other ootiiulltlinxa, about 41 acref cleared, of which about 8 acres are In meadow, the rest well timliereil. affijod apple orchard ia alai thereon, and the whole premuea well watered uy rjifinK-s. TERMS OF SALE Sii hnndrci! dollan (2600) In hand l.- t or April, 1-. the lia lance in three eiui) annual py!nenia. with interest tailing due 1st of April .Hvi. ltiht and ivj; pnancsiiion Riven and dccl delivered April 1st, lSS'i -liw muiit he paid or scenred njen priperty U bid olf an security to Truciie. JONATUiX MILLER, Oct. D. I'run'.ee. JE(ilSTEIV.S Norici:. Notice is hereby trlrcn to al! person" conerneil lcaatoes, creditors, or otherwise, that the fol lowing accounts have pimtiod resistor, and that the eame will he presented lor ronhrtnaiion and al lowance at an Orihans Court to he held at Som erset, l'hurmlay. November 17, ISel. r irit and nnul account of William Mauler, ad tslnistrauiroi ZaeUarla T. Muller. lie- .1. Fltt and final account; of Daniel iflioadi, ad ininintrauir ol Charles May. dee'd. First and final account ol IS. S. Fleck, adminis trator of Mary fleck, dee'd. I'irst and hnal aenount of Cyrus Kershlisrger, administrator of Daniel Hershiierxr, dee'd. First and hnal account Oliver tf. Shaver, a.! ministratorof Ual.rlel Walker, dee d. First and linal account of Andrew Hoover, ad- Second and linal account ol Andrew Hoover, Adm'r of Frederick Hoover, dee'd. Firn acd linal account of Kormun B. Cmrrer, Adm'r and Trustee or the rale o: the real eisw of Ciiautii-ey Cramer, dee'd. minlstrator ol Catliariae Schisler. ilw'.l. Kcuistku'h tlFKiris. ( W3i. li. FKF.ASK, Souitrsct, Lict. ii 16H1. Jicgister. A valuable f.irai ccntaininit al.ut Oac Unv.Jrd and .Sixy-!r rrc. (loi) Iiity to Httv-flve (5H-46) acres id the linest Oak and Poplar liuiher in Li oider Valley, twenty-five acres excellent meadow, eiichty acres splendid arain and pasture land, be sides oilier Uml.er land, all well watered, lime sume on the rarin, gwl Irame house, wait. in shed, a-rln honse nml ko barn, riituated tmiu Lock port, V. K. ll.. i miles, Lacolie. P. K. K.. i miles, VV est KatrAeld, one and one-half mile, where mav alw jys 1 e loan I a cash lerala and hay uiirket. " TERMS EASY. Address J AS. ti. LKXJIOV, iTrl Wnoiilnn-I Ave., ,., . . r . FhiUuelpliU, Pa. (I)r Iminlre of N. V.. Lcmruon, La! rofw . V cst uurelanu Co., Pa ) octi'i ly j o n ce. io nii persons wnoia it may concern, take no- tice thai I have made application to II, m A if r Ft I , ... I Dunkio, fvcretary of Internal Atfairs. for a war rant lor Id aiTs of uulmproveil land,' situate in Shade township, Somerset d.untv, Perosvlvania, adpilnica lands ol jwse Slick on the north. Ja coo Heeiman on the west, and Jonathan B. Waa; nr on the south and east ; and at the expiration ol thirty days will ask that a warrant be usued lor the same to me. tVHW.lM!. JONATHAN B. WAQXER. EOARDINfiS, LODGING. 1 have opened a;flrst class liOARDINO HOUSE at HooversvillA, Somerset county. Pa., where I can accomodate all who may eaiL Meals and ouBiLK luniisneu at tow raits. March 7. CHAKLES A. LEWIS ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. lvitate of Kpli.-ism t. Snyder, late or Somerset Twp., Somerset (Jo., pa., dee'd. letters of ailmlnljtratl.m on the ahove estate Bavin been granted to the ntrdersiirned, by the proper authi.rlljr, notice la hereby given 'o those Indebted to it to make linncedlaie payment, and tln.se havtnar claims or demand! will present theaa duly aullietiticated lor tettleinenl, na Thursday, the iOih day of kntl-r. lHhl. at his late residence. t'. 1. iU. LOVTHKH. WftU Adialiibtrator. JE(5AL NOTICE. lo Ohrlstena Kelm, (widow) Pcler Kf Im, who ia dead, leaves heirs, via.: John U. I'lav, Nelson and Amelia Kline, all of Westmoreland county, Pa.. Joneiih Keiin. ot the Stale ol Nehraska, (::) Kilmund K elm. of Nebraka,(4) Jaeob Keim, 01 Aduir eeunty, Jlo.. (5) Mary, Intermarried , with Jonas llliiu(th, of Cambria county, Pa., (0) liavid Keim, (7) Jonas Kelm. (S) Klinaheth. in termarried with Samuel l. pike. (!) Catharine. Intermarried with Henry H. Blough, and (10) t.'hrlstena, intermarried with Win. AI. Kretch- mao, an 01 somerset county. Pa.: I ou are nt'ret,y notified that in pursuance of a -riZiil" ' " 1 Office f EI3AK KYI.K, lueriot, Sept. 1, '81 v Tjl 1LI - ft. ? V TC SALK AH ABLE SEAL ESTATE dfcr virtue of the authority iriven to the nrn'er r'.tfai by the last will and tesutraeni r Kudolpn 1 t iers, la,te 01 Vppor Turkeyioot township, Som-ej-siA eounty. Pa., docesed, he will expose to sale, by fMie outcry, on the premises, on YBntimlmj, October VMh, 181, at rA-eiock r. n. of said day the following cle- . i . wiiumi vaiuuoiv real esiuie, vis : t A onrtiiln tnict of land situate in I'pper Tnr j:kcyfUnt township. Somerset county, Pa , a Ijoinlnic . "ui inuviici . ucira, onaa nein iKiush'a heirs, John K. Nlrkolson, John Kwire, and others, containing about 3JU aTO, or which ITS acres are clear, about 30 acres in meadow, ami within "oe mile of the town of Markletnn, There ia twsiory house, a new hank bam, a large losjaiablc, and oilier outbuildings on the premises; also a tjooil apple orchard and otHer trutt tree. aol a small snirar eampthereon. The projierty la well reneeil. Is under good cullivatii n, ana is vM fujiplled with water. " TERMS: . iftie-Unnl In hanfl, one-thint to remain a lien avi an thelunil, the interest thereon to be paid aena. ally jo the widow ol deceased, during ber lifetime ailajier her death to the heirs of deceased, ami fttef uiancein three equal annual paymeuia, au. ViC ereat. Posfessiou will be iriven on the 1st OCA, win the deed will he delivered ad )a ut not tekasi tor thadeferreil pay. menu, i n (icrceiit. of the purchase money lo be paid A day of sale. PosseeidMt (iren luc of April lotfia .., w Timnnrnamri ilONAS MivKKS, Exeoatara. IHUi L The Somerset Herald (ESTABLISHED 1827) Caa of tiw lcidirg Papers sf We:torn t PcsKylTania. IS STALWART lEFIELItil. HAS DOUBIE THE CIRCULATION OF ANY OTHER NEWS- 4 PAPER IN THE COUNTY ! It Will Contain the General News of the Day. The Editorial and Local DEPARTMENTS Speak Tor TheniMlves. 93.00 ! tioo a YF.AB ! 1M A YEAE ?2.C"0 A YEAR ! $2.00 A YEAR ! 2.00 A YEAR ! $2.00 A YEAR! $2.00 A YEAE! $2.00 A YEAR! $2.00 A YEAR ! $2.00 A YEAR! $2.00 A YEAR r 200 A YEAR ! tM A YEA!? 93 OO! 'v-t. IXCUB-.f'M' JOB DEPARTMENT ! WE HAVE THE BEST FA CILITIES WEST OF, THE MOUN TAIN. XSWe are prepared to furnish on short notice, and at a creat re duction on former prices, all kinds of JOB WORK, such as LKJ 'TER HE.VDS, BILLHEADS, ' EXVELDrKS, TIfSIXESS CARDsl, VISITING CARPfl, WEPPIXG CARrW. rnixjiiAMMfs, . HOUSE BILLS, SLIPBILIi?, POSTKR.S, , LABELS. TAGS. RECEHTS XOTISOFALLKIXPS, DODGERS, CIRCTLA.R.S, AC, AC. OrOern from a distance will receive prompt nil cartful attention. Adilress, The Somerset Herald, ; PRINTING HOUSE ROW, Somerse. Pa. !j Railhoad sciiedc i SCMcRSET & CAMGfiA (",!-..,. I lMtmr, Mall 10:) a. n, Ieal I'j.W a. m. Arriv. lit i p, f.t l. ir. p. m r.ire.. .. 4 uj. m. oBTHw.tr: u. y.xpnu.. t it a. in. Mini. ........ i0 p.Si. ll Til.. 1,1. '. m. '- ' P.m. 'Ji 1. i. 1 1- . t a. i The Mall ami ExprMj. ,,,. ' , ally : Ilia L.l Tr. .i.n.7 ' h ... iiiurninir. ni at i 111 Ml d m . urn..',. ... . t I Kocitwood at ot j,. tn., c,i ... -' " aw if. ill . ... . .... ' Ii J u PENNSYLVANIA CENTKAL RAlLfi," TUAIJIS li.-mii ;.v.P J.ikrwUinn Ex.J.... : .'. tfV' Wl-r CLioMC" ly fcx -jn 11.' .!. ' V a. Manunad Aec.J,. Mji.a.Z'' CUH.ii.natl La. ,. ... vx: v. m. u,,VT' JiHlneiown Acr.J... :.,.,. !, .!" Vast Line H. 4p. m. ...... TKAI?ia fliicii wrT Oinrlnnatl tx.j... e u a. m "" Johni.ti.wn Aw j.. es-ia. r! V,;.',' '" Alioona Ace.j lo.Ua. in. ami.'." Way rns-tr .. 4 aj p. b,. -Chicago ta.:- s:a V-iV;.";- Ka.H Line Mail) up.m. .... l'ltlrt la n air... l.ail,. i ball except Smiullr" pt Monday. - el Li.!. Ihe Johnauiwn Lzprem, Mall Hc-tp-Johiwtuwn Aomraoja!i..n are Sural"!, ' ami the Johnstown Awiiumoi'ai j, 'J eumtnwlatlon, War l-arn;r ai,.i , '''' -trains west. JUl' Tue Kast Line, east a.1 we wv , .1 . . . . ... I -, L. . 1 ' . 1. s. ".'J 'i. : x-m. .oneiU4tln ouy. rue Cincinnati Eiprefj west w'-i lays. hi Si'ir 'i tie Chii-aio Kxpresa wet , "top at BUir.ville lnterec-.:.. Lu-'i'""' ":; barit. an.l Last IJoerty. - Tnefaeine and Jobnstewn Kx,r-., , Altoona A'romiao'JjiUoB ami l "M eonneet with the E'oens'iarir 4. 1 'r. . o ..'"',' the uorninir, anil bf tne Cim in.ii v . ,v ; and mail w; in the eveainir. 11 BATIMORE i OHIO RAILROAD PITTS BITKGH DITLSitji. On n! ifler llir"r. ttiui .. Will deDmrt fmin ami rrivm -.n ' i ad Water Street, u foliowa . r scMta EAST. MAIL. Put-! urf BnpitMH ta M.'kl'iTt VV'tift IN r-4 LQ Br..! FnrU Ml. I'lvtixtnt CoiiwiUv iiie L'riiori! n )uo F1- H vnainan 4.uifitrlntl Vv uhiiitriou fttuiiiuor ll:lv Ii.ii.ii.i-u il:b4 Hk'wt 1J.VJ C'ftlit-:l-ir,,iii I-- ( tnt-ir-.w,, l-"1' 1 Ldftvl ti?4 IM p. m. Mt. k'H-vjup lrj p. m. pii-j fiint Th xpru train learn Plttw-B-si , The mott dirert ani plessnr.t route to ti and South via Waaoiimumtltj Throuieh Mall lea7lnif at lDJi'a. , nT rives at Washineton at r J . jg.; Bdilui!.' . r. PbUapelpulaaau a. x ; ew Wk''a'Z M. : KiebmomJ 11:j4 a. . 1 Thronta fcxpress, leavini, .ci , a. rtveaat W aahinjeton at w a. a Ba'- A'-, . . ; Philadelphia; la r. x ; -V. iVw-Vi Through Mall trlrw o.i::v. Expsesa trains dailyexcet SarvlaT. Accommoilatlon trains and i'aiVtg r-n dailj except Sutdav. ' Tii-ltet offices, eomer Fifth AvtomjuI w, streets, and depot corner Oram and Vnjt-r Plltsourgb, Pa. ' V. K. LORT, Oen. Pa"r2-I- M. Ct'LE, General TicaKi'cL" )Tiin, Chicago & Xorth-We5tei..t TtAI LWA, t tl!eOLDET:BESTCO"5Ti:rC7i:D Ev EQ TIPPED T and heace tie Leading Railway OF THE- WEST AND N03THWEST: n is lue snortest and nest route between ant all points tat Xortbera Iilmoim. Iowa. Dakota. Wjonrat weorasaa. Cm U lorn in, tirejn, Mimi. i:it Colorado, Idaho, Montana, fevaJ aad for Council KlunV Oir.nlia DCTTEE, LEADTILLE. SALT LA23, SAX TZ&ZZ . OEAOWOOD, SIOUX CITY, e.lar RiipWs, tes Jfolnea, CoInrfittS, sl Pmote la the Territories, and the wtst. A!- fl'r MiUravkee, Urten Bay, tlshkosb. S'net"p. Maraet(e, Fomldn lc, Watertown. H i::'. Neettan. Menasha. St Paul, Minneapolis Hits. Volira, Farsis Hismarck. Wianoa. Lii'f Owatonna. and all points in Minnesota, Ui'- Wlscoruia and the Northwest. At Council Binds the Trains of the ClMf North-Western and the t P. K'vs derr! iiva. arrtve at and use the same joint I'nlos At t'hicairo. close ennncctions are '. ,lJ the LakeMiore, Xichlirau tVntral, Baltiw Ohio. Ft. Wayne and Pennsvlvan!. an.! iAvic aial IJ.mn.1 Tmnk U'.a .n.i ih. KsnUilM Pan Handle Uoutea. rioM eatnetlBia in axle at Jaecti Pel aim. ItluiheOXLT L1XE raaela MmanHotelDfeCrs CHICAGO aaJ COUNCIL ELffi Pallaan SIkd5T3 oi all Mirsa Insist on Ticket Ajrems s-:iir, von Tirsets rt this mad. Examine voar Tii-kets. 'and vera- " boy if thev do not read over the Chics-" Western Railway. . If you wish the Best Traveling Arm tionsynu will buy your Tl. k-ts ! tm ar A Ml W I LL. T A K E N N" K I TH K K. All Ticket Agents sell Tickets hv this LIM- Marvis HluHiTT,3d V. P. Hen I aai"6 Chieago. PEJjMS'Z'J-.'V-rVlSrlA FEMALE COLLEGE, PITTSBURGH, PA. IJeliirhtfully hatcl on hlb.e:CT.l; ty: well tumlshed lalioratory away in -m viiy norae uu , . a. rmi-- , and valaa"" ' . leetkm of minerals anil invention-- ..t Neat term mir n i. i v. u . h. i m. Seotemrier th. For Calak kuc. terms, etc , a1" r . I 50 Mm YlltOT S3li 13 ft. wooil ll-w V. AI. 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