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The Somerset Herald.
EDWARD SCULL, Editor auJ Proprietor. tTEDNESDAT. .Dcttmber It, 1881. Col. A. Ij. Dlnkkl, the present Secretary of Internal Affairs, has announced hi cisel fa candidate for re-election. Col. Johx W. Forney, the vete ran editor and well-known politi cian, died at his residence in Phila delphia, on Friday last Pees: dent Arthur transacted busi ness in the White House for the first time since he became President, cn Thursday last, having moved on the previous day. Criminal proceedings have been instituted at Ilarrisburg by Attor ney General Palmer, against the officers of the "death-aUle,' insur ance companies. TnEUE will be elected in this State next year, a Governor, a Lieu tenant Governor, a Secretary of In ternal AHairs, Members of Con gress and Legislature. The first bill passed by the U. S. Senate at it3 present session, was one granting the franking privilege to Mrs. Garfield. It was passed without an objection being made. Nothing of importance is doing in Congress. The House adjourns from day to day to give the Speaker time to form the Committees. Work will not commence in earnest until after the holidays. Gex. Jl'dsos Kilpatuick, Minis ter to Chili, died at Santiago last Sunday, (4th inst). lie was ap pointed by President Garfield. Gen. Kilpatrick was one of our most famous cavalry officers during the late war. Isaac Bassett, the Doorkeeper of tlu U. S. Senate, completed fifty years of public service on Monday of last week, he having been em ployed as page on the recommen dation of Daniel Webster on the 5th of December, 1S30. The Republican caucus did the right tiling when it instructed the Doorkeeper of the House to retain on the roll six employees who lost their limbs in defense of the Union. Three cf the men are Democrats, and three are Republicans. Some Virginians went to the President on Wednesday and said : ;Mr. President, as regards the next Senator from Virginia, would you prefcra Republican or a Readjus tcr ?" And the answer came plump : "A straiglitout Republican." There's no evasion about that The new officers of the House are : Speaker, Gen. Warren Keifer, of Ohio; Clerk, Edward McPherson, of Pennsylvania ; Sergeant-at-Arms, George W. Hooker, of Vermont; Doorkeeper, W. P. Brownlow, of Tennessee; Postmaster, Harvey Sherwood, of Michigan; Chaplain, Rev. F. D. Powers, of Washington. Congress was organized on Mon day of last week without any jar, and the Republican caucus nomi nees for offices of the House were chosen without difficulty. Messrs. Errctt, Rarr and Bingham, who had opposed the nomination of McPherson as clerk and withdrew from t'ae caucuses, showed their loyalty to party nominations by voting for him. The Meyersdale Commercial says that in 1S71, "The editor of the only Ri-pnblican jour nal the county boastl,'floaud the name of one Win. M. Hall, nt it mast he.nl. yet this !ameelitor devoted every hour spent out of his otliee to rleftioneenng for the ltouiocnitic eandidato. A favorito expres sion of his was ''Don't vote for tlie old pran ny from ISedford let us clwt our own man vutc for llacr." In the classic langaage used by Horace Greeley in reply to an equal ly false charge, You lie, you dog ! You lio! The first message of President Arthur, which we lay before our readers in this issue, is from the be ginning to the end a plain, practical, common-sense State paper, without the faintest attempt at ornament ; the unvarnished statement of a busi ness man to a practical business people. After fittingly and feelingly al luding to the death of his immedi ate predecessor, and succinctly re viewing the condition of our foreign relations, and referring at more length to our domestic affairs, he takes up the important questions of a reduction of internal revenue taxes, the revision of the tariff, and improvement of our civil service. On all these questions the President presents hia views in a manner that will interest the country, and his recommendations give evidence of thought and study. He thinks that the ignorant voters should be educated so as to make better citizens, that polygamy should be crushed out, and that the ever recurring Indian troubles might be largely obviated by dealing with them like men and making them amenable to the laws of the country. These are the salient features of the message, and those that will most interest our people. Judging from th tone of the press throughout the country, it is a satisfying document, and has met with general approba tion. Ix his message the President re commends the abolition of all inter nal revenue taxes except those im posed upon spirits, tobacco, ferm en U ed liquors and the special tax upon the manufacturers of and dealers theso article, and doubtless Congress will adopt his suggestion. We ob serve that a portion 'f the pre? of the country is advocating the aboli tion of all internal revenue taxation, and Senator Cameron appears to have taken a middle course between these views, as he has introduced a reso lution in the Senate, declaring it ex- j pedient to abolish all internal reve nue taxes except those imposed up on high wines and Fpiriis. The receipts from internal revenue taxes for the past fiscal year, ended on the 30th of June last, amounted to $1S5,221,912 SO. If the Presi dent's recommendation be adopted, the business interests of the country will be relieved and the taxes reduc ed $11,500,000, still leaving about $124,000,000 of revenue. If Senator Cameron's views prevail the revenue will be cut down to $(i,U00,000, and if the taxes be totally repealed, of course all revenue from internal tixatiou will be wiped out It is further estimated, that if the present rate of taxation be continued, the entire public debt could be paid in ten years; but however desirable it may bo to totally extinguish the debt within that time, it is well argued that this should not be done at the expense of the business inter ests of the country. The taxes on spirituous and malt liquors and on tobacco, are taxes on articles that are luxuries, not neces sities, and their reduction or aboli tion would in no sense benefit the manufacturers or producers, the tax being added to the price of the pro duct and paid by the consumer ; ex perience having shown that the amount of the production is not thereby interfered wT., whereas that the taxes which the President sug gests should be repealed lie heavily on the business interests of the country. It is argued further by those in favor of a sweeping reduc tion or total abolition of these taxes, that but little more of the public debt can be . speedily paid, as the majority of the outstanding bonds do not fall due for a number of years, are therefore not redeemable, and that the proceeds of these taxes would accumulate in the treasury and induce extravagant appropriations. But why not create a sinking fund, embracing the proceeds of all taxes that are not required for immediate use, and thus make provision for payment of the balance of the debt as it falls due. It is true and we presume Sena tor Cameron had that object in view that if all or nearly all inter nal taxes are abolished, the govern ment must be supported by moneys derived from duties on imports, and therefore the necessity for maintain ing our protective tariff system; but we are not assured of continuou s prosperity, and a business revulsion may, and will largely interfere with the volume of our imports, and a consequent loss of revenue must en sue. If the taxes on those articles:' specified by the President are not required for immediate use, they will create a fund for a rainy day, with which to meet the balance of our debt when due, or provide for the contingency of a loss of revenue from imports; the business interests of the country will not suffer from their imposition, and our protective tariff duties need not be interfered with. We are therefore decidedly in favor of the President's suggestion to continue the taxes he specifies. Shortly after the election a dis patch from this place appeared in a Pittsburgh journal announcing that Hon. John Cessna would contest the election of Mr. Baer, and assigning most ridiculous reasons for the con test This communication was so evi dently malicious that ito notice was taken of it, but it went the rounds of the press of the State, and was made the basis of much unfavorable comment We now find in the Har risburg Patriot a dispatch from Bed ford under date of December 9th, saying, that, "Mr. Cessna announces that he will not contest, that he never entertained the idea of making a contest, and although urged to do so he has invariably discountenanced all suggestions looking to such a course." We know this latter state ment to be correct, and have person al knowledge of the fact, that al though solicited to contest, Mr. Cess na from the first rejected all such suggestions. We allude to this now, simply as an act of justice to Mr. Cessna, who has been made the sub ject of gross misrepresentation, either from malice, or through the fears of some supersorviceable friend of ?Ir. Baer. ITLUXGS. The message of President Arthur is a reflex of the man. Quiet, unas suming, thorough, and withal au thoritative, it will go on record as a valuable State paper. There is very little personality in it, but there is a great deal of Americanism. It is emphatically a commuoication from a citizen to his fellow citizens. North American. It is 6ix years since the Republi cans controlled the National House of Representatives, and during those years the Rebel Brigadiers have been holding high carnival. It was fitting on the return of the Republi cans to power that they should ex alt a Union Brigadier to the highest j place ii their gift Village Record. j The enormous increase of the rail ; way building movement in Ameri ca is best shown by a published es timate stating that about 20,000 miles of new railroad will be con structed during the ensuing year. The railway has indeed become the primary agent of American civiliza tion, and Beems destined eventually to be applied to all tho purposes of common roadways and public high ways. I . About 5 o'clock on last Friday evening a boiler explosion occurred at tho K( yslor.e Rolling Mill, on Second avenue, Pittsburgh, wrecking the boih r-fthed, the b'.acksniilh-shop and a portion of the mill and one end of the copper worts, killing one man instantly and more or less seri ously injuring ten others. This statesmanlike observation of Senator Davis is exciting a good deal of Democratic unhappincss: "There is only one way in which the Republican party can be destroyed, which is by the disruption of the Democratic party. I do not believe the Republican party will die until tho Democrat 'c party is dead." It is ably rema! ked by some of the Democratic ed.tors that the only ex cuse this diagnosis gives the Repub lican party for existing is to oppose the Democratic party. Well, isn't that excuse enough ? General J. Warren Keifer, Repub lican candidate for Speaker of the House of Representatives, will be 45 years of age in January next He graduated at Antioch College when it was under the direction of Horace Mann, and had just entered upon the practice of law at Springfield, O., when the war broke out in 1SC1. He was among the first to enter the ser vice from Clarke County, and as early as April 27 was commissioned Major of the Third Ohio Infantry. He remained in the army until July, 18G5, and left it with the brevet rank of Majqr General. In 1SGS General Keifer was elect ed member of the Ohio Senate, and in 1S79 was elected to Congress, and has been an influential member since that date. Another State is ready to be added to the Union. This is Dakota, the great whmt district of the North West, whose population has enor mously increased within the last two years, and which is now much better entitled to admission than many of the Southern States that have been let in, in the past The total vote for Congressional Dele gate, last winter, was over 28,000, while the State of Delaware cast only 29,408; Nevada, 21,0C0; and Rhode Island, 29,235. Dakota is filling up rapidly, and its voting population will 60on be much in excess both of Delaware and Nevada, There will, of course, bo a determined opposi tion by the Democrats in Congress to the admission of an' State casting a Republican majority, and they will fight desperately against Dakota, no matter how great a claim she may have to be part of the Union. Between two and three o'clock on Sunday morning a frame boarding-house, located on the line of the Pittsburgh it Iake Erie, R. R., some seven miles below Pittsburgh, was set on fire by the explosion of a coal oil lamp, and of forty persons known to be tleeping there only twenty-four escaped alive, and even they were more or loss burned, not one of them succeeded in securing their clothes, so rapid was the progress of the flames. The others were literally roasted to death without an effort being made to save them. In less time than it lakes to tell it the build ing was wrapped in sheets of fire, and thu survivors could only writhe in pain and shiver in the frosty air of the early morning. As soon as possible word was sent to the other boarding-houses along the line of the work in progress, and physicians were summoned from the neighbor hood and city. Special engines were sent down the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Road, and in the meanwhile the shi vering creatures were provided with' such clothing as could be ob tained. The seriously injured were brought to the depot on the South Side and thence removed to the West Penn Hospital, while those who w re less seriously burned were removed to the hotel of Martin Joice, on Penn Avenue. The scenes on Monday morning, at the site of the ill-fated building were of a sick ening character. In a heap in one corner of the ruins were the charred remains of hx men who had evi dently succumbed to the fiery ele ment while endeavoring to escape through the opening in the roof. Among these was the body of Pat rick Foley, one of the foremen. From the best sources of information the following is a list of those who are known to be missing or dead, but there are others yet to be added to the list: Patrick Foley, Michael Donohue, Thomas Foster, James Curran, John Rei'ey, John Kennedy, Jerry Hanlon, John Connors, John Conley, and John Duffy. Among those sent to the Hospital are: John Connelly, Martin Tuffay, Michael Morgan, Michael Leonard, Hugh McKeown; and Wm. Barr. A Kir in l".iu;t Liverpool. East Liverpool, O., Dec. S. About one o'clock this morning a fire was discovered in A. M. David son's grocery, on Second street, and for a time peemed to threaten the destruction of the entire square. By nam worfc on the part of the Fire Company the fire was got under subjection, but not before it had al most entirely destroyed six dwell ings, grocery, restaurant and saloon and the bank buildings. "The Dob bin House was elightly damaged by water. Loss about fifteen thous and dollars; insured for eight thous and seven hundred dollars in the Dayton of Dayton, Liverpool, Lon don and Globe, Union of Philadel phia, Manhattan, Van Wert Mutual ! and Coon City Mutual. Battle Creek, Mich., Jan. 31. Gentlemen: Having been afflicted for a number of years .with indiges tion and general'debility, by the fid vice of my doctor I took Hop Bit ters, and must sav they afforded me almost instant relief. I am glad to testify in their behalf. Th. G. Knox. I was given up to die from a dis ease of my limb3. I took Peru na and it cured me. J Irwin, Hope, Pa. GUITEAU I IA?lA;iG TESTIMONY. II;? liri'iimcs Violent anil Abusive Washington, Dec. 9, 1SS1. Tho criminal court opened prompt!, at 10 o'clock, and Dr. Mc Arthur . ( in took the stand. Guitr., i shouted out, "Your Hon or." Scovillo Keep still, please. Guiteau Well, then you state it at once ; if vou don't I will. Scovillo thenfaddressed the Court and objected to the character of the evidence which had been given by witness, on the. ground that the evi dence as to any other crimes could not be introduced here when the irisoner is on trial for tiie particu ar offence ; he desired nl! sjch evi dence to be Ftricken out Guiteau here broke in excitedly and shouted out ; "It is purely in he nature of a confession McAr thur is not an expert nor a lawyer, and I object to his telling the jury and the American people facts which I told him years ago in regard to my histor'. ' The Court ruled evidence could be admitted as tending to sbow the general character of tho prisoner. Col. Corkhill Did you ever see anything in the prisoner to indicate insanity? Answer No, sir ; I never did. Guiteau here broke into one of bis noisy harangues, and despite the caution of the Court and expostula tions of coun.se 1, ho proceeded to ex press his opinion of Dr. McArthur in terms not at all delicate. Turn ing to the reporters' table he de claimed for some minutes against the "scandalous reports" of his char acter, and, singling out the the re porter of the Republican, shook his hand at him threa euingly. Col. Corkhill desired the Court to restrain the prisoner, when Guiteau turned to him and said : "You go slow, Corkhill. You are spotted, and as soon as this business id over the President will remove you." Scoville cross-examined the wit ness, and became very angry and much excited at some of his replies. The testimony in chief ra not shaken. W. S. Caldwell, physician, treated L. W. Guiteau during his last ill- ncss; never detected anv evidence ofl 1 - - - I mental unsoundness. Geo. V. Plummer was called, wh.cn Guiteau immediately shouted : "I owe this man 20 and it has cost the Government $2IX) to get h'im here. I think the President's atten tion had better be called to the way you are squandering the Govern ment's money, Corkhill. lie might bounce you at once ; you'll cost the Government ?2'K),(Kj or 300,000 at this rate." Witne-.-s al'owed the prisoner to eccupy a desk in his law office at Chicago some months, lie seemed to have a good deal of collection business and went in and out like any bu.-y man. Guiteau continually interrupted, and finally witness said to him: "It seems that your close relation with the Deity of late has corrupted your manners." The prisoner laughed heartily at this sally, and 6aid: "Well, that ain't so bad, Plummer, for a West ern man." Did you ever see anything in his conduct that indicated" unsoundness of mind?" was the next question. "No, sir," replied the witness, "nothing whatever. lie seemed to be a man of ability, vain and con ceited, but then he had 'late from New York City' on his card, and we susne-cted the rest" This convulsed the Court. Stephen English, editor and pro prietor of tho Insurance Time, New York, took the stand. Guiteau call etl out: "This man was in Ludlow street jail, and I got him out for $300." Witness gave the circumstances under which he became acquainted with the prisoner. Witness was in jail under $10,000 bonds, charged with libel. The prisoner acted r.s his attorney. Guiteau frequently and noisily in terrupted the witne.-s, calling him a liar and a perjurer. At one time he shouted: "There isn't a a insurance man in New York that doesn't know what a fraud yau are." Witness continued: "The prisoner swindled me out of three hundred dollars, and also swindled many poor creatures in the jail by prom ising to help them and getting their money, and then never raising a finger in their behalf. Guiteau shouted at witness : "Why, I would not speak to you on the street, you old scoundrel. I'll get some insurance men to show you r i. You are lying all the way throu b, English, you old fraud." Witness was asked if he detected any signs of insanity in the pris oner, and replied: "On the contra ry, he was a remarkably clear-headed, shrewd lawyer. lie completely outwitted me." arrer. o. irown, a:torney-ai- j law, .ew lort, was counsel lor Mr3. Guiteau in obtaining a di vorce from the prisoner. He be lieved the prisoner was perfectly sane. Guiteau, excitedly I want to knosv, Corkhill, what all this kind of evidence has got to do with the real issue who lired the .-hot that killed Garfield, the Deity or I? I think it is devilish mean to rake up my character in all its details. The only issue here is to find who fired that shot tho Deity or I. Just take that home, Corkhill, and think it over till to-morrow morning. I want to know what all this has got to do with the question of my saniiy or insanity on the 2nd of July. As I told you before, 1 had time enough to go crazy a hundred times in the interval. D. McLean Shaw testified thai Guiteau told him he was bound to have notoriety Eome way or other, lie might kill some big man and imitate Wilkes Booth. At this the prisoner became very violent and abusive. IturneU to leum. Moizristowx, Dec. 8. A fire v,-as discovercfl at 0 o'clock this morning in a boarding house in South strct kept by Miss Iluntor. Five persons were rescued from the windows, and it is supposed Mrs. Anna alsh, ! one of the boarders, and Lizzie Mctch, a domestic, were burned to deu'ih. One body hits been recover ed and the firemen ore searching for the oilier. The house was fully insured. Lydia E. Tinkhani's Vegetable Compound haa done thousands of women more good than trie medi cines of many doctors. It is a posi tive cure for all female complaints. Send to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkhaai, 233 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., ' lor pamphlets. A TALK OF TEttlUM. Tlii cc II.iii(lrol Fcoido Consumed in a Vienna Theatre. Vir-NXA,Dec. 8,9.30 r. m. This e vening at 7 o'clock a theatre for me dy the comic opera house, where Sarah Bernhardt recently performed took fire owing to thu filing of a lamp on the stige uic building was consumed; ' The- house was tol erably full. The loss of life was very treat Up to the present time seventy bodies have been recover ed. Many were injured. Sixty we re saved by ladders and by jump ing from the windows. The scene was terrible, the flames shooting up through the roof and eventually gutting the entire build ing. One hundred and forty-five bodies have been brought out of tho theatre, but the dead therein are still numerous, many bodies having been consumed in the galleries, and other elevated parts of the building. The chief cause of the catastrophe was that in the confusion the iron partition separating the stage from the auditorium was not lowered. Thousands of people assembled in the neighboring streets where they could hear the! cries of agony of the people at the windows of the theatre praying to be saved. The rapidity of the flames prevented the ordinary exits. Only a small pro portion of the audience saved them selves, which they did by leaping from the windows, three stories high, into cloths held below. Midnight The taking out of dead bodies from the theatre contin ues. It i3 estimated that three hun dred persons perished. Some of tho bodies are fearfully disfigured. Sev eral persona were injured in spring ing from the windows. On the spreading of the news of the disas ter the performances at the other I theatres were stopped. Dec 12. Later The number of bodies recovered from the burning theatre is over nine-hundred. Five Mills Burned. St. Pacl, Minn., Dec, 4. At four o'clock this morning a fire broke out in the milling district of Minnea polis, destroying, before it was sub dued, four large flouring mills and one cotton mill, and causing the death of at least four men. The fire broke out in the Pillsbury B flouring mill, owned and operated by A. niisuury & u. com- : i ,,1 i V. lT.inlin. mill owned by Dorillus Morrison and operated by C. A. Pillsbury & Co., and to the Minneapolis mill, owned and operated bv Crocker, Fisk & Co., which exploded, killing Neil Fred ericks, First Assistant Engineer of the Fire Department The fire then communicated to the Empire mill, owned by L. F. Watson", of Massachusetts, and oper ated by C. A. Pillsbury & Co. Burn ing brands then fell upon the roof of a cotton mill near by, owned by Dorillus Morrison, and it was also consumed, together with a trestle work in the rear of the mills and several freight cars filled with wheat. The fire had communicated to the mill of Crocker, FLsk fc Co., when the explosion occurred and levelled the walls of the structure, crushing the elevated railroad track in front of the mill, killing three persons and injuring one fatally and several others in a less degree. A member of a hook and ladder company named Huey is among the killed. Several other firemen were injured, and the force at the flames were somewhat demoralized in conse quence. A third person, who has not yet been identified, and who oc cupied a position in front of the of fice of Pillsbury & Co., was killed by a flying missile, and one other tierjon who was standing under the tleyated railroad, was crushed to death. The exclusion was one of great violence, shattering windows as far as ten blocks away from the scene, and arousing people from their early slumbers in all parts of the e-ity. The cause is a matter of spec ulation thus far. The mill had been shut down for some time, and the explosion is a3 likely to have been from confined gas as from the flour dust. The wounded are as follows: Dan iel Harbach, a fireman, badly bruis ed and cut about the head and face; F. T. Coulter, a firema.i, left arm broken and right ear severed, and sustained other severe injuries; Fred Kelkey, a fireman, struck on the leg by a flying stone and badly in jured; R. Snyder, foreman of Pills burv B mill, received a wound on the scalp and was hurled into the canal, but escaped witu nis nie. Thomas U. Mullen, assistant miller, was standing near Mr. Snyder, and was also thrown into the canal, re ceiving no other injury than a cut across the hand. The loss may be summarized as follows: Pillsbury B n.ili, $140,000; Empire Mills, $125,000; Crocker, r isk & Co.'s mills, $12-5,000; Excel sior Mill, $100,000; Cotton Mill, $40 1)00; Pillsbury & Co., on stock, $20, 000; Crocker, Fisk & Co., on stock, $S,XX: H. Homkirt, on stock, $10, 000. total, $.-G8,000. Col. .John W. Forney Has l'ossed Away. Philadelphia, Dec. 9. Colonel John W. Forney died this morning. Up to Wednesday last he hai been, comparatively speaking, in exceed ingly pood health, but on that day he ti ps prostrated. His strength en tirely deserted him, and his condi tioii'save every evidence of a gener al breaking up of the system from overwork and the ravages of the deadlv P.rieht's disease. Ica(h of tirn. JutLsoii KilruUrick. 1 . ' . I . . ASHIXGTON, Lec. b. 1 ne COO- nnl.,li, Vrtlniil-IOA f '1 , 1 1 1 eA Ofr 11 Tl I O ' to the Stnt Dement VET Gn J EXECU0U,S N0TICE- Judson Kilpatrick, Minister to Chi- j Esuteor John Boucher, late or Mlddlecraek town- li, died at Santiago on Sunday last.! ship, deeeased. (V. irnnifririr trhn wria rnv nft Ittr testamentary on the above estate Oen KllpatriCK, wno Was One Or'hn been granted to the undersigned by the the bravest and most skillful Caval- , proper authority; notice Is hereby given to all t t it. it persons Indebted to said estate tomakeimtned'ate ry Generals 111 the Union array, was payment, andthosehavingelatmsagslnstthesame appointed Minister to Chili by Pres- -fj- settle- ident Garfield, lie Was seriOUSly at the late residence of the deceased. i e i vr l: C.B.MUOKK. ill lor wetKS ui-jurc nia uraui. sprains, Pain In tlie There Is ti.tlii::g more nninful tlmn those rlirf: hnt the pain can be removed ami tiie din-u"; cnrp.1 by u.- of PKHRV DAVIS' PAIS KII.LKH. Tl.i reiM-dy U not a clieap Boiutinc or Petroler.ra protlurt that miiFt he keft ewy f:om f:-v or l;nu tr avoid danger of ezileelon, nor is it an uiitriml exiwrlineiit that may do dure Iinrm than end. PA15.' Kli.LKK has been In constant o for forty years, ami the nnlretrnl tcrtitnony from nil puru of the world Is, IT KKVKB KAILS. It mt only enot-U a permanent cure, but it relioves pain almost instantaneously. Being a purely Tegitablu remtdy. It is tn:V in ttc hands of the mot iiKixperhiUoed. 1 he record of cures by the nm of PAIS K.1IXER vould f.ll vnlumes. Tho ."'Jloninj,' extracui inna lotUin received show wliat tiiose who have tried U think: Edgar C.tdy, Ovratonna, Minn., tays : Ahn.it a yepr piuce my wife beouue enbiert to eevere suirwl!ir frnm rbeauintlfcui. Our ifTtort wv to the l'Aia Kii.L?.a, which tfpeedily relieved her. Chaxlei Pow-ell writoa froa tlta SftUors' Home, London : I htd been afflicted throe yearn with nenrshrla and violent i mmim ot the eftimach. The doctura at Weytmhwt.7 Hn)tid trave op wy cm in cteepair. 1 tried your Paik Kilisu and it rave . . me unmeoiaie reuei. i nave remunea uij stmvtn. ana em now able to louow my occupation. All drngjrista keen Pain Killed. Its price ia so low that it is within the reach of all, and it Will turn many times ia cost In doctors' bills. Ub, 50c.., and $1.00 a bottle. PERRY DAVIS SOU, Proprietors, Providence, R. I. Hon. 8. It. Yodcr'a IVmlilorl. . A repre.-'cntitivclrr.anVopinion on other than political matters, is often of great tiso to bin constituency. The Hon. S. II. Yotler, of Globe mills, ; ra., has thus recorded his opinion on a subject of popular interest. 1 have been selling St. Jacobs Oil for the last year. I have never heard a person speak of it except as a splendied medicine, and as the great specific for rheumatic affections, whether inflammatory, acute or chronic, swellings, sores, sprains, burns wounds, etc. I Bell more St Jacobs Oil than of any other kind of liniment, and it gives universal satisfaction. I will always keep it on hand. The farmers say there is nothing better for man and beast, and they find nothing to equal it A Miner's Terrible Deed. Wilkesbarre, Dec. 8. John Judge, a miner in the employ of the Lehigh Valley Coal Company, at Mill Creek, while under the influ ence of liquor, struck Ids wife upon the head with an axe this afteraon. Herskull was fractured and she was left upon tho floor dying. ens. im l pisma, LTim, kiss. LYDIA E. PSNKHATSA'S VSSSTASLE C0I.IP0TJITD. Jt n Vritivp Cnrtt fr ?! tlte PaUi'ul ( onpfnlnt anA WfuknrMt Mfiuni.-1 tnmur kt-avi female lHpwlatftuM. Itwlilcur :ittr-Jy tlw wui.t f urui of (Vma Cofn Tlii,ttUoYtu-iAntronrlr. Inflammation aad Ulcer Hon, F&Hlnff cud Itei!arcnicnt, aedtbo connrqnent , Epical Wen. !, oimI 1 particular! axlAfted to the Change of Life. It yrill dLsjMilT eml rtrpl tnmnrwfrfiri thttUroaln an tarly ftaceof lrTt lo;iiviit. Tlio U-iwVncy t cari rtTous itumorvt Lc rc Id c)-L M rvry spcctlilj by Its tun. It remoTcs fainting, natulrnry, ilrtroysal! craTln; for rt!n;u!nnt", and reltercawmkncM of tho utornach. It cure Irlntitini;, Headaches, Nervons rrotrtion, General IvUKtj, tlcujJciisnreM, LVrosalon and IndJ frstloru That f!!n( of bearing dot?, canaitrT pain, weirbt and backftcV. U alwajn permanently cured ly IU use. It will at d 1 time and under all riretirnstarteea act In Lomony with the laws that pocrrn the fi intUe system. lY.rtlierureof Klom y Complaints of either sex this Compound is nitfnrpaml. 1.VDIA E. riKnA T EG ITT A 1.2 COH POTN'Dis preparod at X3 and ZZZ Wtxtern Avenur, Lynn, Mom. Tricot. Six bottle for 2 Scat by mail fa the form of puis, nino 1 n the form of loaenfre, on rarelpt of price, (l per box f-T eiihtr. Urv. risk ban froaly answers all Mfar i f l:.qu!ry. S-nd for panph 2eta Addrtia aa abore. Z'm'ion thia Paper. ?To family vhonM bo ritbout LTT;IA T. rr:.X::.l3 P.TJ-S. Tk'T euro eyn.Ir-aI;i blKoujnasa acd torriMity t tr-Mior. Scentapcr be. jr Soli bv i!t j:raK.ttt9. "ii rOS PALE BY . C. N. BOYD, DrXGGIST. Somerset. Pa. PUBLIC SALE 'or valiabm: eeal estate. By Tlrtue ol the auti-'rltT cirea to tha umler Jlnoeil br tl last will m l testament of Juhn Uuuohcr. lat of MiiliUerr.-; township, Somerset county. Pa., dee'it. I will ci nc to tale by public outcry, on the premise, oa Thursday, December 29fA,lS81, at 1 o'clock p. m. of fold day. the rval Mtate of t he late John Boucher, dee'd. eonslrftlnjc of a valuable farm, situate near New LexInKton, In MMdlecreek tuwnahl, Somerset county. Pa., adjoining lands of M. M. Snyder, R. S. McMlllen et Bro.. Henry Honnenkamp. Ueitrlck Trim per, J. B. Crichaeld and ilechler Hro'bera, containing 'Ml acres, more or less, about 15 acres clear, 80 acres In meadow. There is a LAEGE TWQ-STOEY BRICK MUSE! anl a LARGE FRAME BANK BARN ! and other ontbull.llnirs on the premises: also, rood apple orchard and a variety of other fruit trees, Krapes, ornamental trees, he. The proer- ty is an in proou condition, well lencca, ana under Kxxi cultivation. TEBMS : One-third in hand, one-third to remain a Ilea on the land, the Interest thereon to be paid annually to ine wiuow 01 aeeeasea aurinr ner uietime, anj after her death the tirinciual to be Dald to the heirs of the deceased, and the balance In three equal annual payments, without Interest. Posses sion will be aivcn on the 1st ot April, 1882. when the deed will be delivered and jmlvment notes ta ken lor the deferred payments. Tea per cent, of purchase money to be paid down on dny ol sale. U. II. ItlOOliE. novlQ Executor. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Lsiate of Thomas Hill, late of Couflacnce Bur., deceased. Letters f administration on above estate havlnx Deen srranteu to we unuenurnea "J the proper au thority, notice la hereby given to all persons In debted to said estate to make Immediate pay ment, ana mora navinc; claims against It to pre sent tbem duly authenticated for settlement on Saturday. Dec. 31st, lwil.at the residence ol Mary Ellen Hill, in Confluence. WILLIAM SHAW, dotIS Administrator. PATENTS obtained, and all business In the XT. S. Patent Office, or In the Courts attended to for MODERATE FEES. V e are opposite the TJ. 8. Patent Office, en gaged In PATENT BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY, and can obtain ttnts In less time than thud remote from WASHINGTON. When model or drawing Is sent we advise as to patentability free or charge: and we make NO CHARGE UNLESS WE OBTAIN PATENT. tt e ruler, here, to the Postmaster, the Snpt. or the Money Order Division, and to officials of the U. S. Patent Office. For circular, advice, terms, and rcterence to actual clients In jour own State or county, address C. A. SNOW & CO. Opposite Patent Ofllee, Washington, U. C. pi :blic sale Hy virtue of an onlcror sale Isnnsd out of the Court of Common Pleas or Somerset county. Pa., and to me directed, I will expose to public sale, on the premises, on Tlmruhy, December 29, 1SS1. at 1 o'clock p. X.. the following described real estate of Henry J. Book, (lunatic), vis : One plantation situate in Addison Twp., Som erset county. Pa., adjoining lands of W llliaiu Si I baugh, Isaiah Sllbaugh Josiah McClintick and others, containing 214 acres, more or less, having thirenn erected a two-stry log dwelling house, and bam, having also thereon one orchard ol fruit trees, about ) acres cleared, 10 acri in meadow, balance well timbered ; convenient to churches and school ; in a good farming comma nltv, S '-. miles from Ursina. TEKMS. 4ne-third in hand on confirmation of Sale, one-third la six months, and one-third in one year, with Interest on deterred pamenu from con firmation of sale. Ten per cent, of the purchase money must be oatd on tfav of sale, deferred nv- mt-nts to be secured by judgment notes on the u remises. , JOHN R. SCOTT. Dee. Commute of Henry J. Kook. Eiiitnr O. H. Waltrorth. Saco, Me. , -writes : the nAe by the we if your Pau Kii.i lb. 1 eiiM-riuu.vd 1iiiii-.iu.u- relrf-f ln.iu rain iu .York cava: I ha ve uel ymir Pirt K it. I T.r. for rheums tlect end have received e-rest Barton Boarnia aays : Han used Piih KiLt-ra fir thirty years, aad have found It a ntjer'aiiikjf xeuiidy tot rheumatism snn uvmenfeMk Mr. Bnrditt wrlts : It htt faiU to irive r Hnf in csee pf rbt omstiem. FhU. QUbflTt, tomorseV Pa., vrites : nn sctiuii iK, I kufiw v.iur xix lfty . 1b the bast sutxhclne I xu ce U Ate V a 4 -y.. ft.:' r-TCNfcfl '' 5 IsZ-tzsO. vt-s&t. Hack nml Side. CeJ nsrETW J. M. HOLDERBAUM & SON, Having this 1st day of October, 11, purchased of J. M. HOLD Ell B ATJM kU ...tir. .K-k ot GENERAL MERCHANDIS I -AND- AGBICULTUBAL Will conllnne the boslncs at the OLD STAND, WEST END MAIN STREET, SOMERSET, PENN'A. We are now reeeivinf a large line of EST GOODS, HOTIOiTS, EAEDTTAHS, &TJ322ISWABE, G20CZHIES, HATS ana CAPS, LOOTS and SHOES, CA2P2TI17GS and FLC03 OIL CLOTHS, ard an ZspeciaHj Larga Lot of MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING ! HEAVY SUITS AND OVERCOATS FOR FALL AND WINTER TRADE W liich ws will, sell cheap. CALL AND SEE FOR THEMSELVES ! WE WILL TAKE ALL COOO COUNTRY PRODUCE IN EXCHANCE. We also keep a full line of all kinds of Agrlralf aral Implements, and have tho Agency for the sale of the FAKQI'IIAB ami C'OOPRK St '. and rngisMHa. J)vWe have just received a car load of WfcsTMOKELVND BOU.i.D iALT, the very kind for preserving your meats. octVSt JOHN F. BLYMYER, DEALER IN Hardware, iron, OIXjE;, The followitif? is a partial list of (jocx la Hatcht'tK Hammers, I liwls, Aazus, oxc., iia.'itsuiiii joh, wuuj, auwi, . ., Files Jlit'iimera, Ax, Sa.lctlery Hardware, Tab Trees, Oiglbaddles, iianies.iiuckies., Kinp), liiu. and Tools. Table Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Scissors, Spoons and Ilazors, t!io lartteat stock in Somerset County. Painter's Good, a full stock. lute Lead Colored Paints for inside and outside painting-. Paints in oil. all colors, Varnisli, Turpentine, Flaxseed Oil, Brushes, Japan Dryer, Walnut Stuir.s, 4c. Window Glass of all sizes and glass cut to any shape. The best Coal Oil always oil hand. Our stock of Coal Oil Lanjs"i3 very large and comprises very elegant , -styles, liitstons Cucu- lar, Mnley and x Cross-cut Saws. Mill Saw Files of best quality. Por-ctluin-lined Kejtles. Handles of ail kinds. Shovels, Forks, Sjiaues, Rakes, Mattocks. Grith Hoes, Picks, Scvthes, Snaths, Shshres, Cast Steel. M.toii 1 lanimers, Step Ladders, Carriage anil Tire Bolts of all sizes. Looking Gla.ses. Washboard, Clothes Wrinjrers, Meal Sieve?, rw.r Milt l!nl:etx. Tubs. Wooden Buckets. Twine. Rone of all sizes. Hay Pul leys, Butter Prints. Mop Sticks. Traps. Steelyards, Meat Cutters and StnLrers, Traces. Cow ChaLis. Halter Chains, Shoe, Lmt, and Scrub Brushes, Horse Brushes, Curry Combs, Cards, DOOR-LOCKS. niXGES. SCREWS, LATCHES, DOOR-KSOBS and everything in the builder s line. Caps, Lead, Shot, Powder, Sofety Fuse, etc., etc The fact is, I keep evervthim; that belong to the Hardware trade. I deal exclusively in this kind of goods and itfve iny whole attention to it. Persons who are budding, or any one in need of anything in my line, will rind it to their advantage to give me a call. I will always pive a mionable credit to responsible persons. I thank my old customers for tlier patronage, and hope this season to make many new ones. DOX'T FORGET TIIE PLACE. "jNo. 3, BA-ICR'S BLOCK." aaauaryS, JOHN F. BLYMYER TRVSSES ! ! a 3 TKUSSES! r 52 5 S S TKUSSES ! TKUSSES! TKUSSES ! TRUSSES ! TRUSSES ! ! Those afflicted should we the fine lot of the above goods just received by c. isr. BOYD. HARD RUBBER TRUSSES, CERMAN TRUSSES LEATHER and COMMON TRUSSES lo not fail to see the uew CE r-.IL.TTX-. O I3D TRUSS I Always clean and comfortable, will not RUST or BREAK and is by far the finest truss yet out. Boyd sells them and will make a speciality of fitting you. A nice lot of LADIES' and GENT'S SHOULDER BRACES are anions the new poods received. Any pnods not in stock will be ordered when desired, com prisini; Si'ppobtebc, Belts, Haxdauss, Elastic STockixos, Kskecaps, Axelets for Turicose veins, -weak swollen or ul cerated limbs. jJ&it-The having tnmhle to get Trusses to fit will do well to call and have measure taken, and tit will be guaranteed Good goods and prices reasonable. C. -TST. BOYD, TRUSSES ! TKUSSES ! TRUSS k-: TRUSSES ! I TRUSSES! TRUSSES ! TRUSSES.! TRUSSES! TRUSSES! TRUSSES! TRUSSES! TRUSSES! TRUSSES ! TRUSSES! TRUSSES! TRUSSES ! TKUSSES TRUSSES! TRUSSES ! TRUSSES ! TRUSSES r TRUSSES j MAMMOTH BLOCK. 3 S 2 X. 19 virru itesik. To impart a PRACTIC AI BUSINESS IDUCATION has. Tor many jears and with great lac ces, been the aim of buirs Colleice. The faithful student has here facilities for such a training as will quality him lor an immediate entrance upon practical duties In sny sphere of life. For circulars, addren V. Dl'rr S4tt. Piltwbeircli. Pm. j-Datt'a itosikeplnr. published by Harper h. Brothers, printed In colors. pa if on. The lamest work on the science published. A work for bankers, railroads, baslcesa men, and practical accountants. Price t3.0o. novls . - . - i' '1 n.1.1.. 1. ..11 1 Laillilujj.'JJi.1 MI1MI,1-. 'mHiMrjTniiun,Mirin'iiniiiMiTTrTTTricl JOHN H. MORRISON, GENEIXAIi AC1EXT, Somerset Co., lhseU. - - S.AX1E OIE1 Farm & Distillery ! THEnnderslirned Administrators with the will annexed of brans Sulire, late of Mtonvereek township, dee;d. In pursuanee of an order issued frnm f has I WrihAni' I nist nl' Inmirs .1 snaew D from the Orphans' Court ot Somerset eouaty. Pa., wm expose u puoiie saio, on me premises, on Thursday, December 20, 1SS1, at 1 o'clock p. m.. the following described real es tate, late the property of said deceased, vis : No. 1. A tract ot land in Stonycreek township adjoining lands of Jont. J. Walker, Adam In (rrunt, Jacob Kennell's heirs, and others, ooatalo Ina i;6 acres, more or less, about 100 of which are tlmbered hartnir thereon ereeteri i7-.... "duhre Distillery." with water nrlvll.M ...i eiear. acres in neauow, and the balaace well entthing pertaining; to said distillery. One-half cash ; balance in two equal annual payments. Pmcbaae money to be secured by judgment. JOHW M. GLESSTTER, docT Adm rs o. L a. of b rans Suhre, dee d. E1BM I ! THE 1322?g IMPLEMENTS ! ! We will not brag how much wo will undersell our neighbors, but luvile all to Nails, Glass, Paints &C SzO. in Mock: Carpenters loots, riaiu-, .-ws TRUSSES! TRUSSES! TRUSSES ! ThUSSES ! TRUSSES ! TRUSSES! TRUSSES ! TRUSSES! TRUSSES! TRUSSES! TRUSSES! w s TRUSSES ! TKUSSES! TRUSSES ! TRUSSES! TRUSSES . TKUSSES ! TRUSSES! TRUSSES! TRUSSES! TRUSSES ! TRUSSES ! TRUSSES ! TRUSSES ! TRUSSES ! TKUSSES ! TRUSS E S - SOMERSET. PA 3 S 3 3 2 3 3 - - Bakersville, Pa. PATENTS We continue to aet as Solicitors for Patents, Cav eats, Trad Marks, Uopyriarhts. etc., tor the I ai- taay. etc We have bad iklrty.fl years xporleisM. Patents obtained through as an noticed In the S. iaTirtc AxaRiCAa. 1 his large aad splemlld illustrated weekly paper, a year, shows the Progress of Science . 1 , ao enonnooe circulation. Address ML' a CO. 1, is very interesting, eu latent Solici itors. PubU.hera of Soikstiihc AR- IcaM. 3T Park Row. New York. Hand Hook about Patent sent free. norB-t FOR S-AXjIEJ- aad .Vuty-lw Acres. (Is) aily to arty-live (W-iJ) acres of the finest Oak and PoDlar timber ia LIk- onier Valley, twenty-live acres excellent memiow. R ?: K- K-- ''. tu'. P- - K.. 8"j IT eat l'alrfteld. om and one. ha If mil, where auy always be band a eath graia aad kay market. T ERICS EAST. Address JA8. . LTMMOX, . ." Woodland Ave., V .' Philadelphia, Pa. (Or Inwira of It. W. Ltmmoa, itroi,Wt nwrelandCoPa.) . is-ly in sisin, vusiu, talis, r-niano. r ram-e. uvr-1 ,ne .,in auj , 1- . k.-i:.;..:.;:,. ti-'iavi-ry 'if. J IU !' t;,r .iili-lu:. Kf'-'V. j l'irta.ir,f ivi-r . li-., r. 1 (:,.... lor i : . j t j.llr:(y ,., i,i,,;..," '" ill ail tin,,;-, ,-. i ii it .. r Jts:f.f. or e:i:j.-,:tj i'Ju:r. ,-1 'f-e n j-er. It HlWj,h.-1 tf.nn jh rr-!: woruai tnan tit -r-ves inoreinf.,!-.:.-'' , ' ;!'l:lia. Tliiri;' ly.PHI.li!.,-! U;n CTJ, I'" "-"nd-m arp a .;, , I IIK lMJSLlr.XtF.s- " r:p.i:ral writer,. r-,...a :,' ' j. aside fir t;.. w.;. ' " there are tw.:n'v-tvr,('1.0::! edited 1.7 twei,rv-i , " clu.l iii!ni,,, -Fine Art-. Ma,j ." alilies, Minwreriiu IV'.'' ."rrliool and .i!. ;...' " ' 1 uteiij'fTinr. M,.'. ' News of tboWtei'.'y."."';.." ries. Insurance, J "Z' 'i- Page in ali. Our Xe,rTcn:iVlj me subscrli u n. (lc rur i if.ntii' i, . : One ul.rI:.tl,.Ti Inr-ne ri-'init:j.r.c- One sui.-riti.jn wuu";V,.".-; lnonereuiltia-.ro Oseolcrlsi. with 'ti' ; laonertnsttucre '-'z One ul-rlj,ij.,n wi- in one retnuuuv, ' ' ' ' 1 One sulincriptin ire y'.'.' Any nuiEUrw-r "t - luvariaMe with ijia Tin.; rc(l,i.v! f.,-::. i . . cliili.1 of live r in.,.-.. than any of .' " SuiiMTio v;;h y,,,;."! '. - low r.iie. V.--,::.'r ; ' Contra ry : i'Ar n.?w-jai.. Y:: !..-,' .' ter le atopiicl ut ti.c '. which payment u :. t. ,. Send jtai c.-.- i a!idju'!K&frv.j':.-...::- ". .' TIlEIM)EPYr MI Uroaiwjty, j. pL'BLICsAU The ua'lersluT.fl wti! . Sa!urdaj, b y . at I oYlcck p. m- at So Fa., tlie un'!:v;-iH ... lesrriM real tn,::e, S" .raerct euanty. fa.: No. 1 Coauinin 51 more fir less. fr.aa:,j o:i t... man river, belns u.e ,. by Jacob K. !!. iy !r, wile hy .!eil .la;e.', . i Iran is wen tim-re-. i. lroni the rai!r-L No'i. t.'ntAU.;c 1: arr.. -. same beissc p-it. ntwi to J ! h,C l-.i, Patent K. V l:: ', ' Baltimore sihio U. ., t run thpiuifh t!i!i trvt. i& i white oa! pra-e. i-ir. "k No. 3. Cvnt-otiir v-., , same lfinz ffi.nvpv,: t.v- j j J wile by ilee-i !a'f-l js K. Beerb:ey ad tn.rif. jiaiie7W.rw.rl'. "v T.tr, (;a.clLU:i3 nvr. Bis.i , lands of J'.bn M;i,l n,;-. lnn.lsarc!.5 :u !. . Ohio railrcij. a i.'.rl.r -the jtisni'm ( ttiz ..:3r. where there li r-l duti-: ... ducts. These lands v.. . amount of flmi-r i!i..t :ir.: r because of th irej; n cv.-.r land?. cnhiistiTiif ..( r...ji. -exoei!f-lt quality. o; or:: .: z town, whrre th Lairwii !r- s -the Israest sd-1 r.. -: t n..r Amerk-a. Per at .. -lotiiese lah.U -r Umr oaa ii. . at S.'mer;tt. Pa. Oce-thinl riih. t payments, sacarej Ly .t,r. : Atfy In fart f.-r CaUaSse 1 3 Albrirht. 0UH': OF VALUAPLEr.LU.U By virtue of an onir it Orphans' Court of S-iBiT: me direirted, 1 will tji.. u- h. . cry, on the iiremide. Thund'vj. D(r.: a9 1 oVIofk n. m.. lite ';-". (U-7) el the fulivwina- r;c4..-'ri A certain tnu-t u( taia Laurel Hill, on the "ei u::r at creek township. S x.ef"-'. kind; of M.des Pe; t Wa. iL Siias Walker. Jicr.b Wctz-.- v evntainica 171 aTes, rocr? j are about 90 .Te -karl n. : timbered, awiut 10 a.;re j: ' the pretE!3e a Good Log He Also, a pood orebspi of ' and a nnmlier of DeTcr:a:-- an excellent sl-JCi tarm, -camp. TERMS. ne-:Llp!. a:".er ?C to remain a lien e tae Li- a - the wklow: one-tbir! "a Mrz the wlnins; onwaipl ia t meats without laurcsi. ment bond: ten L"r rta. -J' ? to be paid on dsy l als. P t Apru 1, ii s.l AtSn At the hi' t: underfineit, will cilf rtheoi::. ft-7) for sale 00 me same thereby acnairun? title f MAiiY OV. CO. Jt'i!'' T ANDFOKSALL I will sellatjBMi--'- SatitrJay, the 21;A d :' . r tkj. v.nrt h.l:: In S"trerei V' estate ol Sarah Flick. fcraerT !" deceased, eonsisunit ot s stz eeres, more r tetx sJ -Is Weller. MatblaiSnaai-' Henry L)rs; and otri, sua House, Barn ad k thereon eree'.eJ. of wbii-b 10 acres ia meadu". T" " well improved, locality. - " . - . Srtweret. N.r.. an nar TKHMS tlne-third i one-l nifl e the l.'l Al ru the 1st of AiTJ,iv. nov. ZO. Excauf ui : SALE. pur.i. K .V.. 1 ,.urt .4' ' n. .m.. .1 .r or'rr f- dcrstaawl wiU l' :-Pa ;e 2 htuso, in Souuirset bur-njs. SiturJ't Axv-T; at one elk p. m-. Metsler. deo-iscl. .? wltbia one auie of -. mtr't 5 acres, more or les. ' Koberts, Sauiusl P. -Hi.i". JL-" others, with a Grist Mill, M two bcues aed Hck Mru M a- res clear. W acres orchanl and (demy ol -'"'., same. The laod 1 wuia"- BITUMINOUS fMI :tvs niyi" a Oue-lblr.;. after a 1 ..u.i r"i-,itn cur- 'J to reuuun -., 1 to the Kii 1 duiinsi 1. .1 tu J I''1' t .viiiaui... - - ,-,..-.., two eonal a., .ajl j paid as ooa '"-j,,. V.V- :..nirW.ni: a. o-Ui:d lit nov. bft. AUDIT0K"S MTl-K,t1:eofrre..iU--j to distribute ih. lun." ' L H. Hoover, admrnu." ' k y to those lewallv wtil.od '-,rJ tle that he w : I - Sii: peratn-entath,...;,,.,. all perfin uiicrc j. nv S TRAY XOTICI irvn; fame irf si1--- , wn..l.iiv St. Clair, ol 1?J:J .knMr? the re" speck. ""r,iij.IAM Sov. 3t E LECTION - -.111 hs.il l'0lvlik.Te'.'-1'v-: H.W.BKrBA. Pa., on tsei" "' weiirblnK about 'r U years old. sri.und the aoa..B '..i-efc-rtl V tbesb.,ulders.w.th --uf ((, the horns aii'n""' h.