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The Somerset Herald I
K. H.ViX, Kviitur. rVtte -tO.NESUAT - December CHRISTMAS GIFTS. If you want to sec tbe prettiest n:id nioyt fl.-autlincof IloliJy Ooi, juctstep i:: i, t harlt y KisIkV book store and take a j,-). at bis bow J. IV. SxYDKR A V. CliriMtiian Hoods at X. D. Wxlteb t Co's. l. H.'k Mr m-xt week's 1Ierxli, VVTA CL.Vl'3 HAS COME TO WHS A. E. Y1WS. iiners men fchould Me the II skald t 1 , in tv l.it of nice White Blankets, ut J. I. SXYIIKB & CO. tV.l at X. I. Walter t Co'b. and examine ,).;r laty' f'oi'k of Christmas Oowls. ,1:r:m!( Is ulrnost here. Cio at once to d"s and s bis utockof fine oods. I'.' N"f TAIL TO OO AXD SEE SANTA CI.AI S. AT M US. A. E. I'lIL'S. I'.uv vt:r wife a Christmas present ut C. X. Boyd's .i:i-wirc and yuccas ware in great aii t;:if ami beautiful designs, at J. B. Snyiife A Co's. the Hi:ua!.i Tablet. u.s axd toys jtst arrived at vk;:v l.v hiices. must be hold. !:! ! :.s away down fok dolus. mrs. a. e. i'hl. iHtl.l-S! DOLLS! DOLLS! I-arte Dolls, D.iiV Miildie-Sized Dolls, IVHs of ev.'TV dieriition at N. D. Walikb A Co's. l!n.-ines men should order their Bill and Utter Heads put up in packets. We print tlic very handsomest at this office. CAIirr.TS! CARPETS ! CARPETS! Very at J. P.. Snyder A Co's. and Ciips in great variety, at J. B. SHVliKE A: Co's. X. D. Waltt-r t Co. have just received a Mock of elegant New joo1h. Before 1:: your Christiims preseuts ei;wiirre ra'.S and examine them. Mrs. Charles Diley, Pitt-hurg, Pa., says, had chronic catarrh badly. IVruna c-i: -1 her entirely. .r M.ixrr, Musl'itwSrsRCT. I will h-.'e uti liand at all times, Beef, I'oik, Mut t..:i and Paussjte, at reasonable priees. Oion !ai!v; will run a nie.it wajim three t;:uu -.i !. wivk. Heney Kexuak. Somerset. Pa. J ji reA-ivel at X. D. Waller fc OVs. one of the Inr-rot and most complete line of C!irimas Goods -ver lirouttlit to town, i .lis. Vases, Toys, etc., in feTcat variety. If you want first-class Stationery at small o.'Nt huv the IIeeald iacket. Xote, letter a: 1 ail other sizes put up in this way. They arc just the thing for business men NOTICE. Headquarters for CLOTHING have been established for this and adjoining eu-ntles, at J. B. Snvm.u Co's. Mr?. Y. Simmerins. Millcrs'. il'e. I'a., had (irenaand chronic catarrh. 1 Vruna curo. her perfectly. N. D. Walter & Co's., No. C Mammoth l:; k, is the place to buy your Chri-tmas If vua are in want of Stationery buy the Ilrk'.i t packet ; they are the neatest, bund s.!ii(t mid most convenient ou Yu should see the stock of Christmas tiros for sale by C. X. Boy J. It surpasses Tiy that has ever Iwen brought to Somerset, If von want a iriwl Pen-knife, a nice set .Table-knives and Forks, a Bread-knife, a r,:;:her-knife to carve the Christmas tur- k.'V, go to J. B. Sxvi'Kit A Co. Those who attend Court should not fail to see the nice sUxk of poods at C. X Iwiyd's. It embraces everything in the Drug and Stationery line, and also a full sele?tion f sundries. IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS S,-iial inducements are offered you by the P.ui lin(.-ton Route. It will jiay you to iva.l their advertisenietit to be found else where in this issue. Meat Macket. Main Street. We have ::.-t added a large Refrigerator to our Meat Market in which all meats can be kept coo1 r.:;d clean. Mutton, Beef, Pork, Ac, kept "nstantly on band. Open daily. Parties 'buying meat can Lave it kept in the Refrig- rater until wanted We have, also, 100,.) new brick for sale, which we will sell bv the hundred or thous and a? a low price. Ross Dwis A Co. Don't fail to read and remember that I am pr-fared to sell the best Coftee for the mon ey in town, having purchased a patent rout er, and will have ail grades of tres,h roasted Coi.ee .n Lands at all tiims. Also, a full line of fine Groceries Grain and Provisions a! bottom prices. Josiaii Keller. Opposite Somerset House. IMPORTANT TO THE 1TEL1C. Men's go.l heavy Suits at (ZJiO, worth ' " " 4.50, " tt.on, " 5.00 C.50 .00 I0.0( Me at rn ets.. 75 cts and $!; worth 1. .:!. and 2. Mm's t-id, heavy, all wool coats at $,10, .r:h M.oO. T:,- same at $3.30, worth .."jO. Men's heavy Ovcm.ats ut 2.V, worth $-.) ' " " 3.30. " 5.00 4.50, " 6..V' Splendid yard wide carpet at STicts., worth 4" (t. Tin- fame ut 55 cts., worth "" ets. The same (Brwe!.) at8."cts., worth $1.25 c!.'.cikI;.1 yard ide Oil Cloth at a" ets. warlh 4."ets. Hoy s heavy Suits at $3.00, worth $4.50 IV.l C,iij1f,,r;, from DO cts. up to $2.00 Roy ind Men's Caps from 25 cts. up. Remember you have the largest and lest t-k ofginols in the county to select from, t H. liEFFLin-'a. TOYS 1 TOYS! TOYS! Christmas Toys. Cook A Btrits have rc-.t-i ved and opened out in their 5 and 10 c r.t -tore a very large stock of Toys for Cl,riHnia, for the little folks. Particular it:, i.tion i called to the large stock of dolls, 1M1 fn.m 5 cents to $1.50. IXlhi of every kii.d and qiulity. China Dolls, Wax Dolls, V "breakable Dolls, Little Dolls, Big Dolls "id Xero Dolls. Come in and see our Iristiiias goods. We have just lots of tlieni. A II AXHSOME LINE OF FINE FANCY ''"'PS. NOTIONS, LADIES NECK '"AI HANDKERCHIEFS, AND WOO 1 ENS j 1ST ARRIVED, AT MRS. A. E. niLS. A Ijuksal Rewabo Will be jid fj- the ff'wery of four yearling cattle, three steers !id one heifer, the former red and white, 'one a little brindled), and the heifer white, 'th red ears and muzzle. No ear marks. Jacob SxYitcm, Wellersburg, P. O., Somerset county, Pa. w . . . -s r- v TO OiU PATRONS. i .! wivn this ntul 1 1io 1-it tf J.ttiiiary we j riil wtxl bills to tliiwn of our nuWriluTs I who arc in1olityl Co us fur n immlirr of yearn MibTij-uon, rul rtHjucsJ that imme diate iwynient tv; lya-Ie. All "Id accounts iutit be svttlcvl without furtlitr notice. New advertisements on second page. Now is iocs. plcnuM time to trim grape All reports place the grain in good condi tion. Guitcau's trial will cost the Government $!.V0(O. "I should relax my feature," is the latest slang remark. Col. Isaac Hugns, of Greensburg, is pay ing a visit to his obi home. Christmas cards are more fashionable than ever, and more expensive. Important corrections have been made in our market rejort this week. Mr. J. G. Harvey, of Baltimore, spent a portion oflast week in Somerset. Legislative candidates for next year are already beginning to make their intentions known to their friends. This is not important, but it is true : The shop windows are being handsomely attired in the customary holiday suit. Human charity has never reached such a high standard that it will refuse to smile at the man who steps into a mud puddle on a dark niht. It is wirth more to see the display of Holiday Goods at Mrs. A. E. I'hl's than to see the fair, yet it costs nothing. Go and see for yourself. Hats with rims uiciisuriug over twenty inches in diameter are the latest agony for the ladies. There's no accounting for the freaks of folly fashion dictates. We are informed that a new bank will snortiv be established as Jleversuale with a Cipital of $.Vi,0ot, to be known as the Sec ond National Bank of Meversdale. A violent snow storm visited this section on Sunday night during which sufficient of the beautiful came down to cover the ground to the depth of a few inches. The -landard rail used by the Pennsylva nia Railroad Company weighs sixty-seven poinds to the yard on the main line and si.T'y pounds to the ynrd on the branch lines. One day last week Mr. Samuel Fox dis posed of his farm, about three miles cast of town to Mr. Samuel Shobcr, of Brothers valley township. The consideration was K(oo. Jay G iuld ought to be reasonably happy. He rides on his own railroads, reads his own neft-spapers, and has just bought a new ope ra house, and will doubtless listen to his own music. The Sunday schools are being well attend ed. The fact that Christmas is drawing nigh, and the annual treat which is in store, fills the vacant benches with pood and bad children, alike. Chnstmas is the season when the lean and lank woman stands on an equality with her well developed sister. It isn't always the woman with the biggest stockings gets the best presents. On our ontsidc we publish a most beauti ful and interesting story entitled "The Presi dent's Message." It is well and ably writ Urn and will amply repay cue for the time spent in the perusal of it. We have liecn requested to say to the pat rons of the Somerset Dairy Company, whe have not received their dividend, that it has been left at the Somerset County Bank where it can he had whenever called for. The lady members of the Lutheran church propose to hold a festival in the basement of the church during the holidays The pro ceeds arc to be devoted to paying the chuivJi debt, which the members are very anxious to wipe out. Messrs. T.J. Ticking and Wm. Gilbert, two of our mighty hunters, succeeded in killing a very plump young doe, last Thurs day. They started out again this morning avowing their intention of bringing in a 'brace of "em," At another place in this paper will be found the advertisement of U. S. McMillen A Pro., offering a fine (arm for sole. Per sons desirous of purchasing a good home will do well to look at this farm before buy ing elsewhere. The season for the average small boy to brrak through the ice has arrived, but it is of no special interest except to increase the anxiety ot parents ; revive the undertaker's business and add variety to the news items of the local paper. The skating on Kantner's dam was most excellent Friday and Saturday, and was im mensely enjoyed by the lads and lassies of the town. The entire dam was frozen over, makiuga large, solid sheet, the surface of which was as smooth as glass. Hon. Wm. J. Baer has received his com mission from Governor Hoyt as President Judge of the l'ith Judicial District of Penn-syl-ania. Judge Baer will take the oath of office on the first of January and will pre side at the next term of Court. Ticket Agent Patton will have another excursion troni Meversdale and intermedi ate points Friday. Half-fare tickets will be sold pood for three days. Quite a large num ber of our citizens will take advantage of the excursion rates to visit Johnstown. We are iufonued that Mr. Jont. Barclay, has disposed of his farm adjoining the bor ough, to Mr. Westley Miller, of Jefferson township. Mr. Miller takes the stock, farm ing implimcnts, household furniture and everything on the farm for which he pays irt.ooo. , Last Thursday most of the newly elected county officers filed their bonds in the Pro thonotary's office, after first having them duly approved by the Associate Judges. The Judgts will meet again on Thursday, when the balance of the officers will present their bonds for approval. Jeremiah McKibben, formerly manager of theGirard House, Philadelphia, died at St. Joseph, Mo., Tuesday last. His father, Mr. Chambers McKibben, who now lives in Giaiubersbarg, was at one time ostmaster of Iittburgh and proprietor of the St. diaries Hotel of that city. The members of the Disciples' Sunday school will hold a Christmas jubilee in their church Christmas eve. The entertainment will certainly be a very enjoyable one, for the children at least. In Lieu of a Christ mas tree they will have a Christmas box. which wilWconUun a present for each mem ber of the school. Mrs. Garfield Las appointed President B. . Hinsdale, of Hiram, Ohio, to edit Gener al Garfield's works, with instruction to col lect, edit, and tarry them through the press as siwdily as is consistent with complete ness- ai. d thoroughness. He has accepted the trust and will immediately set about pre ring tlte rnatcriaL The Reaso5 Why. -The tonic effect of Kidney-Wort is produced by its cleansing and purifying action on the blood. Where therx is a gravelly deposit in the urine, or milky, ropy urine from disordered kidneys, it cures without fail. Constiatiou and piles readily yield to its cathartic and healing power. Put op in dry vegetable form or li quid (very concentrated), either act prompt and rnre. 7Vny Bdgtt. , Silica the legislature h.Q pasfrd un act romp4-Iling school boards to nay teachers for the time spent at County institutes.no teacher should for a moment think ofab senting hinisS'.f from it. The counties In which teachers take the most interest in Comity Institutes have the best schools. The traveling public was considerably surprised and displeased on Monday to learn that on and after January 1, 1SS2, the minimum rate for first-class tickets on the Pennsylvania railroad would be four cents instead of three, a circular to that effect having been sent to each ticket agent and conductor. Messrs. Harry B. Colborn and Frank O. Baush, two of the wide-awake young busi ness men of Frostbnrg, Md., dropped in on us daring the early part of the week. They are both genial, big-hearted fellow? and are always welcome callers. Coby, however, was so changed in appearance that at first we couldn't tell whether it was 8. or B. Cncle Jim Parson lost a valuable draft horse one day last week. He has the con tract for delivering the wire for the Tele graph Company along the old Pittsburgh Philadelphia pike, and while engaged in hauling near Greensbarg the horse took Bcvcre cold from the effects of which he died. He was a noble animal and one whose place will lie hard to fill. A meeting of the members of the bar was held in the Arbitration Room, Monday evening, which was attended by almost the entire bar. A resolution, highly compli mentary of the retiring Judges and request ing that a banquet be given them on New Year's eve, was voted down. The crowded state of our columns will not permit us to give the proceedings in full this week. The trial of the seven men charged with the murder of Maurice Healy began at I'aiontown on Monday morning of last week. The prisoners elected to have sepa rate trials and the case of Patrick Dolan was first called. The entire week was consumed in hearing the evidence in this case. The evidence against Dolan is very strong, but entirely of a circumstantial character, and it is altogether likely that he will be acquitted 1 he minor in circulation that there is small pox in Somerset is a mistake. The only case known to us in the county, is that in the Mason family, and as stated else where the afllicted family live iu an isolated place several miles from the town. Every precaution has been taken to prevent the spread of the disease ami we think there is absolutely no danger of its being contracted from this source. A number of the patrons of the Bowman cheese factory have given us the weight of porkers recently killed by them that had been fattened solely on whey received from the factory. George L. Gohn leads off with one that tipped the beam nt 557 pounds; George C. Lichty, 523; Aaron Heiple, 406 ; Peter Miller, 452; Adam Miller, 425; They would like to hear from the patrons of some of the other factories. Considerable of the coin which is now in circulation is not what it appears to be. Sharpers are Suying up silver dollars, halves and quarters that have holes in them, pro curing the dollars lor seventy c.nts. and the others about half their original value. They fill up the holes so ingeniously with preiired wire that no one but an expert can discover it, and then pass them off at full value. The price of potatoes is rapidly declining in the city markets, and it is to be hoped that an elimination of the ficticious specula tive value of all provisions will speedily follow. The legitimate advance in tbe nec essaries of living, caused by crop failures and the laws of supply and demand, is a sufficiently heavy burden upon the wages of the working classes, without the addition of forced values caused by speculation. We learn from a private source that Mr. A. E. Sage, of the Somerset Dairy Company, has been very unforuatc with the three horses that he started to take from here to his home in New York. One of them died on the way and his two blooded horses were taken with pink eye when about one hundred miles from home and are not expected to live. There death would be a great loss as they are not only a hand some but a very valuable span. The Supreme Court has recently decided that "a promissory note which bears the genuine signature of the obligor, but which was, in fact, obtained from him by fraud and under the impression that he was sign ing an entirely different instrument, is aval id obligation against him, and in the hands of a bona fide purchaser or assignee, for value, before maturity." Moral : Be care ful what you sign. One of the most enterprising stock raisers of Somerset county is Mr. Henry S.Bcrkey, of Qucniahoning township, who purchased at the sale of Kentucky thoroughbred stock on Thursday last, a roan bull, calved March 15, 1S78, weighing 1850 pounds, for $250. This seems quite a large sum to pay for one animal, but Mr. Bcrkey knows a good thing when he sees it, and is intent Uon improv ing the stock of his county. The general opinjon is that the bull was cheap at the price. The Bellcfontc Watchman says that a sad accident, resulting in the death of a little son of Mr. John Grubb, at Valentine's works, occurred on Saturday last. Two boys, a lit tle son of Mr. John Flack, aged about seven years and the deceased aged about five years, were playing pitching Lay in one of the stables belonging to the company, when ac cidcntly one of the fork prongs penetrated the eye of the younger boy to such an ex tent as to injure the brain and cause death in about four hours. Christmas and New Years coming on Sunday this year, the day before, Saturday, will be generally observed as the- holiday. In the case of banks and other public insti tutions it is legally enacted that when a holiday comes on Sunday the day previous shall be observed, and custom is making this observance general. Saturday is usual ly a half holiday, anyhow, with a great many classes, and it will be much more satisfactory to take that day and be ready for business again on Monday morning than to break in on the beginning of the week with a holiday. An important act relative to taxes was passed by tbe last legislature. It makes all taxes assessed npon real estate a first lien upon which they are levied, to be entered up on the first of January each year, and to be good for two years and up to the succeed ing July ; provides for a lien docket to be kept in the commissioner's office, which is to be a notice to everybody. In case judi cial sale takes place, the lien docket is (to be satisfied before any money goes to the cred itors. It is not retroactive, and excepts first mortgages. Collectors must swear that the taxes could not be collected from personal property on the premises. Within a brief space of time, recently, eight children of a family named Boyle, residing near Cresson, were carried off with diphtheria. The father of these children is employed as repairman of the P. R. IL, and being very poor, his neighbors concluded to take steps towards relieving his wants. A subscription paper was started, and already some $SO0 have been raised for the lonely couple whose household treasures all lie buried in tbe graveyard not far from the home. An acre of ground has also been purchased and deeded to them, and ft bouse is now in process of erection on tbe ground, it being built at the expense of several gen tlemen who have interested themselves in the welfare of the couple. A great variety of Silk Handkerchiefs at all prices, will be sold very cheap. Mrs. A. E. Ubu A splendid Christmas Gift fcrsome one. Call and see J. IL Tiscl's Dolmans. Finely trimmed- For sale cheap. Just before the lime for dismissing sc hool arrived, last Wednesday afternoon, a panic oerured among the teachers "and scholars of tbe academy, occasion by the building set tling to such an extent that a considerable .portion of the plastering from the ceiling fell down. This was caused by some mali cious boys entering the cellar and partly re moving one of tbe braces that supported the building. -Thursday morning the board of directors accompanied by Mr. Frank Fried- line, an efficient and experienced workman visited the building and contracted with Mr. Fricdline for the repairing o( the same, School opened again as usual Monday morn ing. Mr. Friedline pronounces the building perfectly safe and says that parents need not hare tbe slightest fear in sending their children there. Subscriptions at club rates received at the Post Clfice for all standard publications, Monthly and Weekly, and sent to any Post Office in the United States. The entire family, consisting of a wife and four children, of the colored man, Charles Mason, who died of small pox last week, are now down with the same dread disease. They are living in a frame building used by contractor Spillcr as a commissary depart ment While grading the Somerset A Cambria Railroad. The building is located alon the line of the road, In the woods on the farm of Mr. Henry Keister, about two and one- half miles from the town, and is some dis tance away from any other habitation. It is such rare thing to have a case of small pox in this section and the people are so afraid of it that it is next to impossible to secure nurses for those afllicted with the dis ease. The directors of the poor have, we understand, taken this case in charge, and are seeing that the poor sufferers are proper ly attended to. Teachers' IxsTiTcre,-Attention Teachers. Teachers and others attending the Institute must not forget that the place to buy Books of all kinds, Reward Cards, Albums and all kinds of goods kept in a first-class Book Store is at Clias. H. Fisher's Book Store, in Cook & Bcerits' Block. Dyspepsia asd Lives Complaixt. Is it not worth the small price of 75 cts. to free yourself of every sympton of these distress- ing complaints, if you think so call at our store and get a bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer, every bottle has a printed guarantee on it, use accordingly and if it does you no good it will cost you nothing. Sold by Geo. W. Ben ford. Druggist, Somerset, Pa. The sale of blooded cattle, by Sheriff-elect Spanglcr, last Tuesday afternoon was large ly attended by our most enterprising furm crs from all sections of the county. Thirty- three head in all were disposed of, the aver- aire price paid per head being $54,50. The first animal offered foi sale was ashort-hom Durham bull, which was knocked down to Mr. Henry S. Bcrkey, of Quemahonir.g township, for $250. Wm. Statler, of Shade township, purchased a five months old calf for $01.00. 11. G. Hemmingcr paid $5! for yearling heifer, and X. B. Critchfield pur- chased three head for which he paid $175. They were, taking all in all, a very fine lot of young cattle as the prices paid would indicate. There seems to be a growing dis position on the part of our farmers to im prove their stock, and that they are willing to pay fair prices for a good grade of cattle has been amply shown by the success which has attended the sales of blooded stock re cently held at this place. A Cheap Farm fob Sale. A small farm of C9 acres, good house and small barn, one mile from Railroad, on Mud Pike. Very cheap. Terms easy. Possession siven im mediately. Inquire at Somerset CofSiY Bank. GIFT BOOKS FOR THE HOLIDAYS. At the rooms of Wm. II. Welfley may be found a nugniHcent assortment of Books in all department j of literature, which will be sold at very 1 w prices. The stock of Cliil drens' Books is very large and offers a wide range of choice. Also a large lot of Pictures in handsome frames, Tone! Pictures. Frames, etc. Call and see these goods before mat ing your Christmas purchases. EZTBAOBDIS AST OpPORTCSITY FOB THE RE LIEF of tue Afflicted. Dr. Hartman, the well known Oculist, Aurist aud Orthopedic Surgeon, will visit Somerset, Pa., and stop at the Somerset House for three days, from the morning of December 19th to the even ing of December 22d 1S81. He will have with him a complete outfit of Surgical ap pliances and apparatus, etc., and he will be fully prepared to treat all cases of Paralysis, Deformities of the head, body and limbs, Diseased Joints, Clubbed Feet, Diseased Eyes, Cataract, Piles, Fistula, Stammering, Chronic Diseases, etc Xo case will be un dertaken without a fair hope of relief. In consequence of the great expense of such a trip he will not make another , therefore, all who wish to avail themselves of his great skill and experience without visiting his Pittsburgh office, must do so at this tune. Consultation free. For Hlustrated Journal call at your Post- office. Fob Sals ob. Rest. The Somerset Steam Grist Mill for sale or rent ; also Patent Port able Flour Mill. For information call on or address J. II. ZlVIEBMA5, Somerset, To. m m If you would save money, buy Albums f Writing Desks, Gold Pens, Box Papers, Oder Cases, Perfumery and Toilet Articles at C. X. Boyd's. Religious Sebvices. Xo Providence pre venting. Rev. L. M. Boyer, Presiding Elder of Somerset District, Pittsburgh Conference, Evangelical Association, will hold his fourth and last quarterly meeting on Somerset cir cuit, for this conference year, in the Evan gelical Church, in Somerset, Pa. Services will commence Wednesday evening. Dec. 21, 1SS1. Members of quarterly conference ill convene on Saturday, 24th inst., at 1 , m. Communion services on Sunday morning, 25th inst., at 10:30. All are freely welcome to attend these services. W. A. P.E1KIKOEB, r. c. Pboposals. Sealed proposals will be re ceived at tbe Commissioners' office until 10 o'clock, a. m., January 2. 182, for furnish ing the Court House and Jail with Coal, half lump and half rough, from the 7th of January, 1S82, to 7th of January, lf3. By order of Commissioners. W. M. Sen BOCK, Clerk. TAKE TIME BY THE FORELOCK AXD READ THIS. "Old Father Time" beats his record in order to reach my store early and avoid the rash, nis timely arrival will be an enjoya ble event. He will be the particular guest of our time-keeper here. He is safe, and why, because our Holiday attractions arc so great' that no one has occasion to kill time at oat store. He will give free exhibitions during the Holidays. Everybody is invited to calL Tine flies for all, both great and small, at our place of business during these merry days, and those wbo desire memen toes of his visit can secure Time-pieces of every description, both elegant and reliable, la fact, my stock of Watches and clocks cannot be equaled in quality or lowness of price. If a present you would purchase. Worth the giving and the price, Come and see my Christmas treasurers And secure gift that's nice. From the one whom you make happy. These fond words will gret your ear : "May you have a Merry Christmas And a Happy, bright New Year." En. McDowell. Ak Old Doctob's Advict. It was this "Trust in Good and keep your bowels open." For this purpose many old doctor has ad vised the habitually costive to take Kidney Wort for no other remedy so effectually overcomes this condition, and that without the distress and griping which other medi cines cause. It is a radical cure for piles. Don't fail to use it. Trarulaled from, the Sew Yorlcr Zeittmf. Prx.cAUMC ok Teach cks", Ciu:t;ry. Isw Tt'TE. The programme for the twenty-fourth annual meeting of the Somerset County Teachers' Institute, to by held in too Court House, Somerset, Pa., commencing on De- comber 2(th, ninl to continue until Friday morning, the Joth bus been issued. The instructors engaged are, Prof. J. 11. Shu- j maker, of Chamlicrsburg, Pa., who will be! present the entire week, Prof. X. C. Shaffer, j ot the Kutztown SUite Normal School, ami j Miss Clara S. Lange, of Belle Yern.iu, Pa., j wno wm give practical instructions in private reading. An address of greeting to the teachers will be delivered by R. F. Pat terson, Esq., of Somerset, on Monday, even ing. Tuesday evening Trof. X. C. Shaffer will deliver a lecture, subject, "Education amongtheGreeksand Romans;'' Wednesday evening there will be an elocutionary and musical entertainment; select reading by Prof. R. Bruce nays. Thursday evening a lecture will be delivered by one of the most popular lecturers of the day, Theodore Til ton, subject "The World's To-ruorrow."'Mu-sical notation will be taught daily and teachers drilled in songs suitable to the school room or parlor. Nine subjects on the methods of instruction, and twenty-one topics for discussion are submitted to be il lustrated and discussed by the teachers. Nothing need be said of the programme, which has been prepared with great caro by our County;Supcrinieudeut, J. C. Weller. By an act of Legislature of 13S1, school directors are required to allow teachers their time and wages whilst attending and panic ipating in the exercises of the annual insti tute. The attendance therefore will proba bly be larger than on any former occasion of the kind. To meet expenses incurred in se curing lectures an admission fee of 25 cents will be charged Tuesday aud Wednesday evening. Thefreneral admision for Thurs day evening will be 40 cents ; reserved seats GO cents. An opportunity will be offered in due time to persons living in different parts of the county who desire to attend to secure tickets in advance for the Thursday evening lecture. COATS AXD DOLMANS CHEAP, AT MRS. A. E. TIIL'S. A fine stock ofconfectionariea ju.-t receiv ed, and will be sold cheap, at low prices. A. E. Tisel. We have a speedy and positive Cure, for Cartarrh, Diphtheria, Canker mouth and Head Ache, in SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. A nasal Injector free with each bottle. Use it if you desire health and sweet breath. Trice 50 cts. Sold by Geo W. Bcnford, Druggist, Somerset, Ta. YOU SHOULD FEE THE CREEPING BABY AT MRS. A. E.UHL'S. Road View : A petition of sundry citizens of Klkliok township for the appointment of reviewers on a road from a point on the publicroad lead ing from the National Road, near the barn of Soloman Meese, to a point in the public road leading from Salisbury to Grantsvlile, near the barn of Marion J. Beachly. The Court apjiointed Wm. Baker, surveyor ; J. O. Myers and Alexander Shumakcr, view ers. On, What A Coctiu ! Will you heed t:ic warning. The signal pcrhajis of the sure approach of that more terrible disease Con sumption. Ask yourself if you can for the sake of saving 50 cts., to run the risk and do nothing for it. We know from experience that Shiloh's Cure will cure your Cough. It never fails. This explains why more than half a million bottles were sold the past year. It relieves Croup, and Hooping Cough, at once. Mothers do not be without it. For Lame Back, Side or Chest, use Shi loh's Porous riaster. Sold by Geo. W. Ben ford, Druggist, Somerset Pa. Cosru E.rcE Items : The primary school opened this week with iliss Boucher, of Jli'lord, as teacher. The board of directors rented the new school house from Mr. Deal, the contractor, for five months, at $5 per mouth. The Western Union and tbe Mutual Union Telegraph Companies have a line of four wires each along the old National road, and are now making preparations for four more wires on each. The Mutual Union threatens to connect this place and Peters burg by a direct line. A. G. Black, one of our flourishing mer chants, has secured the agency for the Howe sewing machine in this county. John S. Ellis, the well known salesniau, appears to be the general manager. X. I HAVE THE FINEST STOCK OF HOL IDAY GOODS EVER SHOWN IX SOMER SET COUNTY, INCLUDING SOMETHING TO SUIT EVERYBODY AND EVERY BODIES TURSE AT MRS. A. E. UHL'S. School Rei-oet : Report of Pine Hill school for the mouth ending December 1, ISM : Whole number in attendance during month, 43 ; average attendance during month, 40 ; percent. of attendance during month SC. " We hope parents willjcoopcratc with us in the future more than has been done in the past by seeing over studies at home. We also ask citizens to visit us end examine our work. V,. II. Cover, Teacher. YARN FOR COMFORTS AND HOODS IN ALL COLORS AT MRS A. II UHL'S. MAKKIED. CUSTER MILLER. At the residence of the bride s parents, on Nov. 10, ISr'I, by L. C. Ackerman, Esquire, Mr. Jacob Caster, Jr., to Miss Alice Miller, both of Somerset county. PARXELL ALTFATHER. O n Nov 24, 18.sl.by Elder J.R, Brown. Mr. J. B. Parnell to Miss Ella Altfather. DEEL SPAUGY. On Nov. 27, 1-S.Sl, by Rev. J. A. Xuner. Mr. Cyrus Deel to Miss Louisa Spamry, bota of Somerset county, Penn. HERRING ZIMMERMAN. On Nov. 20, 1879, by D. Mickey, Esquire, of Confiu ence, Mr. John Herring to Miss Birdie Zim merman. STUCK-SANB0WER.-On Nov. 20,15-0, by the same, Mr. W. II. Stuck to Miss Bar bara Sanbower. BUSKIRK-CiSE. On January 2, 1831, by the same, Mr. Zolman Buskirk, of Con fluence to iiifs Rebecca Cise, ot Allegheny county, Md. LI N DERM AN JEXXIXG3. On March 27, ISl, by the same, Mr. Robert Linder iuau to Miss Emma Jennings, both of Fay ette county, Pa. AXDERSOX RECTOR. On June 12, 1SS1, by the same, Mr. Frank P. Anderson to Miss Mary E. Rector, both of Somerset county, Pa. WALTOX REYNOLDS. On Nov. 27, ISM, by the same, Mr. O. H. Walton, of Conncllsville. to Miss Maiisie Reynolds, of Confluence, Pa. CHISTNER-WAGNER. At Berlin, Ta.. on December 4, 1881, by Rev. S. R. Briden baugh, Sir. Henry J. Chnstner to Miss Lot tie Wagner, both of Elklick, Pa. SMITH LOUR. On Nov. 27. ISM, by Rev. J. S. Wagner, at tbe residence Mr. J. H. Schmidt, near Hooversvillc, Pa., Mr. Henry Smith to Miss Ann Nora Lohr, both of Somerset county, To. BAYLOR MILLER. On Nov. 17, 1881, by Josiah Bcrkey, Esq., Mr. Nelson Saylor to Miss Annie Miller, both of Somerset county, Pa. " i i ' 1)1 KD. j -.,...1i.f ... , m- ,, ; j MACL. On December 4, 1K5I, nt. hrr home, ir Somerset, Mrs. Kninu Kiester Maul, daughter of Henry Kieslcr, ii;;c.J 20 years, 1 1 months and 27 s. LANE. On Dec. 2, lst, at K-foyersviilu, Pa., William Lane, icred 2 year.--, 1 month, nnd 2-i days. NOW FOR THE HOLIDAYS ! Candies by the stick, by the pound, by the hundred, or by the ton, together with a Li- re selection of toys and toy candies, nuts, and tropical frnits. We are prepared to job as well as retail at reasonable prices. Respectfully. Cook A Beeeits, HOLIDAY GOOES! Presents suitable to all can be had at the Store of Mrs. A, E. Uhl. FOR GIRLS. China and wax dolls, trunks, bureaus, work baskets, doll beds and cribs, castors, vases, sheep, rabbits, sets of dishes, gTcat variety of 5 cent toys, mittens, comforts, hoods, gloves, wool sacks, 6tockings, lace and lin en collars, sailor collars, leg gins, satchels, round combs, 5 cent handkerchiefs, silk and linen handkerchiefs, baby pins, breastpins, ear rings and drops, necklaces for babies and girls, cuff pins, cuff buttons, pocket books, lace and silk ties, perfu mery, bracelets, finger rings, ribbons and many ether things that I have no space to men tion. FOR LADIES. Breast pins, ear and drops, cuff buttons, necklaces, tie pins, bracelets, silver thim bles, finger rings solid gold with and without sets, lace fish ues, lace collars, lace ties, Span ish ties, mull ties, silk tics, sat in ties, ' silk handkerchiefs, white and fancy border linen handkerchiefs, fine laces, sets of mats, scarfs, hocds, com forts, nubias, wool mittens, cloth, cashmere and silk gloves, foster hook kid gloves, seam less kid gloves, Alexander kid gloves, linen cuffs, embroidered towels, table cloths, napkins, ruches, niching, plain and fan cy ribbon , wool stockings,work stands, work baskets, coats, dolmans, fine toilet sets, lunch baskets, satchels, j)ockct books, corsets, wool hoods, jewelry baskets, whisk-holders, per fumery, brushes, vases, skirts, etc., etc. FOR BOYS. Hems, rattles, balls, horses, sheen, animals, tool chests, mouth organs, banks, rabbits, bells, gloves, mittens, ties, col lars, purses, rings, jewelry, comforts, cuff-buttons, watch- chains, charms, rings, etc., etc. FOR GEXTLEMEX. "Watch-chains, watch-charms, cuff buttons, gold rings, cloth gloves, kid gloves, buck gloves, fur-trimmed gloves, neck ties, scarfs, linen collars, cuffs and shirts, comforts, white, silk and linen hem-stitch handkerchiefs, fancy border linen handker chiefs, silk handkerchiefs at all prices, very cheap, slipper pat terns, wool mittcus, scarf pins, etc., etc. All at Special low prices for the Holi day Trade, MRS. A. E. UHL. JQEGAI, NOTICE. To Mary Lyl!:r. (widow) l J..ha I-oy.'.!sr. lnte of Southampton Twp , dec'ti., and the loi lowing collateral beira, t wit : 1. Jacob LcT.liif. 2. William Lejf.llg. 3. IHkOiel Ly!if. 4. Solomon Iey!lK. 6. Hannah Kennel, who was intcrtaarrie-i wl'.h Christian Kennel, both of wbeta ure dead, bat left eleven children, to-wit: (1) Jonathan, (2) Samncl, (a) John O, (4) Ueonre. (5) Jacol. I.., (6) Levl, (T) Andrew Kennel, (M lizalelh AlbriKht, (U) Lydia Maker, (IU; Kcbecca hot ma leer, (11) Wary" KenneL . Sarah, who was intermarried with ChrUtian Alhrivht, both of whom are .Wa.l, bat who left the following- eiirht children, to-wit: (I) Henry Al briKht, i'i) Samuel Albright. (3) Jacob L. Al briKht, ) Kebecca lplcv, (S) .art Stncor. () Hannah Hurkct, (T) Uhrb-tina A lams, (S) Dclila Ctaruenter. 7. tlixabeth. Intermarried with Adam Shlrer, I both or whom are now dead, ami wno loll uie loi lowinir Are children, to-wit: (1) Oeone Khircr. C.') William Shlrer. (3) Kcfcecca limerick, (4) Ljdia Lowry, (i) Elisabeth Fred. 8. Catharine, wio waa intermarried with John Shoemaker, both of whom are dead, tearing the following tive children, to-wit : (1) Jlary Savior, (2) Catharine Savior, (;) Lmfj Baker, (4) Solomon Shoemaker, (S) Mathlas Shoemaker, now dead, leaving as his only heir t'harles M. Shoemaker. v. The children of folly, wno was intermarried with William Alar, to-wit. (1) Jacob Mar, 2j William Hay. (3) George Stay, (4) Mary Cook. i!) Kebecca. Shoots, (6) Christina Sweluer, (7) tlixabeth Knepp. (e) Matilda Hittner. 10. Christina, who wu Intermarried with Henry Mattingly. both of wh.-m are dead, leaving (1) Mic-hael MatUngly. (2) Henrv MatUEitly, (3) atartha Nattintly. (4) Mary Mattingly. (5 Ke becca, aiulleo, leaving- an only sun, Edward Mul len Yon are hereby notified to appear at an T phan i Court, to be held at Somerset, on Monday, tbe 23rd day of January, lSsi, to accept or refute to take the real estate of John Leydig, dee d., at the apprairod valuation, or show caiue why the tame ghould not be sold. Suauirr'sUrrire. EDGAB KVLE, December 14ta, lscl. Sheriff. JEGAL NOTICE. To Christina Klem, (widow) of Jacob Klero, late of Elk Lick Twp., dee d. 1 Jeter Kiem is dead, leaving heirs vis : (1) John H. Clay, ,(2) Nelson and Amelia Klein, all ot Westmoreland ouunty, Pa . ('-) Joeepb. Keim and Edward Keim, of tbe Slate of Nebraska. (4) Jaoob Klem of Adair county, Mo (.") Mary, in termarried with Jonas lilough, of Cumbria Col, Pa- (61 David Keim. (7) Jonas Keim, Elizabeth, Intermarried with Samuel M. FUk, () Catharine, intermarried with Honry llloagh (10) Christina intermarried with Wm. 91. Kretchman, all of Somerset county, l a. Yon are hereby notified to appear at an Or phan's Court, to be held at Somereet, on Monda, the23ddayof January, 1&-L, to accept or relume to take the real estate of Jacob Keim, deo'd., a the appraised valuation, or show cause why cam nouid not ne soio.. Shirifi-'s OrpirK. ) EDGAR KTLE, December 14th, ISat. Sheriff. F OR SALE. A valuable firm situate in TJpper 'inrkeTfcet tow lulilp, Somerset. eoonty, Pa adjoininv lands of Oarret Lar, John L.eihart, Daniel r aid ley and others, containing 220 acres, more or less, about 30 acres in meadow, s acres In good state ot cultivation, balance well timbered, very con venient to railroad. In good farming community, convenient to church and school, having thereon erected a good'jK.BM. barn and other out buildings. t or terms ana luruier parucuiars aaarcaa ox can OS R. S. Mc-MIIXEN It EHO. New Lexington, Somerset County, Pa. Dec' CHRISTMAS To One and All : Another Holiday Season i3 almost here and I have the pleas ure of announcing to my friends and patrons that my carefully selected stock of HOLIDAY GOODS has never been equaled in any!previous year, and if you will step in this week and take a look at my Show Cases and Counters, you will realize it better than I can tell you. If you wish to make a present to your Wife, Sweetheart or I)ver, you can get just what is wanted, and at the lowest tkice, at C X. BO !TI).i. I have ODER CASES, TOILET SETS, BUD VASES, HPUFF, GLOVE, FfiNH i i AN 1HANDKERCHIEF BOXES,: BULK PERFUMES, SACHET POWDER, WRITING DESKS, WORK BOXES, GOLD PEXS and HOLDERS, ALBUMS, for Cabinet VEL I ET FRAMES, MUSIC FOLIOS and MUSIC ROLLS. Lady m-cd hesitate in fretting SOMETHING- SUITABLE FOR A GENTLE! AN ! when she can get GZKT'S tc:let CASZS, j CIGAR CASKS, : SMOKING SETS, ! CUT GLASS AND POCKET INKSTANDS, POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES fcr 1882, NAIL and TOOTH BRUSHES, HAIR BRUSHES, . CLOTH BRUSHES, WALLETS, WHISK BEOOMS AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, x If yon have not already made your sclertion of CHRISTMAS CARDS, Call at once and sen the Handsome Oxes I am now oSering at prices so low that you will be astonished. Do not Yait until the Desirable Ones are gone, but come at your earliest convenience and see them. BEAUTIFUL MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, BURNS. TENNYSON, LUCILE, ROBSON CRUSOE, UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, FARM BALLIDS, BY WILL CARLETON, IVANHOE, LALLA ROOKH, and for tho CHATTERBOX, SLICED ANIMALS. SLICED NATURAL HISTOEY, BIBLES ami SfPECTACJ.E5 and EYE . Thankiag all for the liberal it may be continued through Right Meiry Christmas and a Yotits respectfully, C. N. BOYD, DRUGGIST and STATIONER, MAMMOTH BLOCK, - - SOMERSET. PA GREETING: TOILET CASES, FLOWER VASES, KHHMHI I-"' -l"H"l-i"t iCUT-GLflSS, AND t X COVERED BOTTLES.! --f 1 1 l -f II l 1 I IH FAjYCY BOX PAPER, 0 .and Small Pictures. A UT0GRAP1I ALB UMS, I PAl'EU WEIGHTS. : IPAPER CUTTERS,! little folks- and ABC BLOCKS, TESTAMENTS GIASSES A SPECIALTY ! patronage gWcn me, asking that another year, and wishing alia Prosperous New Year, I remain Tit-.Bflirr HASH XT Cre.te4 by C'HiK Bent'ia. PEALKiM IS CHOiC- GBGCEP.KS, FLC'ja 4 FEED Appln.drlvl, V Applflba'.ter, 9 gil bran, f loo 8-s Bolter, Ik.- Kvjtt.V Kro'l) !Sacwheat,V BuiBei " mt-j!, I'l Si :-w--.f, V ..'Hiideri, V - ' ti " eotiatry hx, f C'.-n. far) bmfcel I . re.(!i"d)DaL!i'!i C-'Tfi tJ J --' U '". 1 ' -i6c I in .." 4 ...1-- i ...... to " .. - (;.-.!; .i.r.. ft 1 yj-I, V d' S Flour, V bbl Fisaed bi.. ) Hams. f.u;ir-ca:ed) fl & .14 4t' I .-! ..'...ltf. 8! -' ft "--rt0 r4-o !!"".'''' ....1 com lo ..il 'tvitti ..il w Jf w IIOU 61) T? ...! ! ri. k. LeuUer, red le, 51- uoper " k'.u. " Middlings, r.ieiiplXil! Ovs, V ou - Potatoes, -ji ooj (of) yfjrYn. dried, l P.ye?i.'J K. VI Saii, iN'. 1, ? l.t-i.extr ' Lrround A. am, per 1 Action, rr sac.... ....... Scgar, ynili.w f) a " white Tallow. V Wheat. V bus Wool, V A DM IN LSTRAT0 PJH NOTICE. Letters of adm:niir3t! i r.ivliii I-'!! --JisUii ta me by Use pr.-;.er aalii.r!:y '.n e:3: of John5Ion. J., latrei t;.a:-r ) : toir..-Mp, Somerset county. P. .N' .-.i. :-. e i:r-.r aj! partle knowing tiwia ' S " deredent to Osaka l:cr- ut llnn', an.l Ui all parties hi. : .,.i:c w'.rf H !? ee.lent to ymenl t;. sailiO tinly aaUi'inti -atrl t.raliowarw. Lc.(;fi.!!i;;". Dee.14. A-ix-oi-'-raur. jprBLIC SALE YA L CABLE RE A L ES TA TE ! ! The oni!erlxne! exr cuter tif tbe list wi',1 snt teffcimeDtof Jitwb Shaller tatc of Jenacrtown stip, Somerset county. Ha., ieMl, ta j.sri'iimrs of an (.nlerof sale, i.s.-u;-! fnrii tfca trt-phun' nrt ot S'lmnrf.t canty, wui t.nt;e w - t.ua on t.'ie premium, un FRIDAY, Ikccrahcr 16, lSil, at 1 o'clock p. zd.., tho fr.i!w!nir iescr:':e4 rial estate, lat the projierty nt the dec'.!, rii : A tract f laiul la Jcnner t.-rl.i:.. a;jr.in!i-.!; lands of Ki-Ejaiuln Stall. Levi 'r:cil.ne. c.-tr-jj Horner, Omnia Kvaca, Henry shiticr and '. S. Kin?, oiit.tir.Ici Jl- acres, nire r ieM, a:.it I J acrts ol wcica uro clear, and a.-r" !) ux-:-ow, navioir therein erc-ted tw 'lwillii:- hoc.-e". bank ham, water fvwer saw m;li, jours ur.-rJ of cnoice lruit. One-thlrJ of purchase morcy.af.-r i-rmcEt of debts and expenses, to remain a Ucti on .no prr-m, lues, the Interem there..! to N paid aLnaui.v li the widow duiinx her natural lileijmc, an-1 ai'.cr bcr death the principal to the heirs of said J Shatter, dee'd : ten per cent of purchase money to he paid as soon as property ia knorked d..wn : onc thir I less the ten percect. on April 1. Wiien possession wiil be xiveii, and the oaLioce !n t!:re etjual annaal payments, with Interest, i'lirci-ase-Ortiey lo be secured by jUilxTtient note. Ui3iUY KUlCH. norI3.:t aiKCr. B RIDGE SALE. rii sn1erbnie4 CammiMl'.ner of SoRRr-- county wiil oii'jr at public tile, to t?i .-dt ac i belt bidder, on Friday, Dcccnbcr O, l-Sl, a' !0 o'clock a. ra.. on the prerr.!?rs. the r,nil'!:.sr of th abutinetiU ! brii er 'taenia a-.nsn; creek. Where the Somerset ar. 1 J-.nns;own i.ie crone W r-aia in Somenet tovrcjiiip. F'-m and specihcaiion can te seea at tho Couittiici ti ers' Olll'.'S. DEXTTIOiriK. j. c.ci;irninn.ii. J UNA 5 I 'L.I .M i h K, l'vm,iii.-si;n-wra. W.rJ. St-nr. 1 s. Oitfi. Xor. S). DMINISTRATOIL'ri NOTiCi:. Li. alii of Ji-o! Saylcr. late of CcEiUiasl tuwn nip, deceased. Letters of a..'mimratlon n ;ihe a'.we c?t.-,fe havinx been granted to the UDuer?iinie-i, 1-y the pr.per 8a:horlty, noti-.-e ix her-i y !'.en to th.ie indebted to it to male immediate y y roent, and thos tavir.it elata or iemas.ii wii! please present theto iu.y autnenticate.i i.-r ilemect at ti.e Lite h'.ino of tiie de-eiied .ra .i". urdaj, January 7, l?-'i jAron s. s wLfin, hot. 50. AdaiBSKr.'r-. A D MI X1STR ATOM'S NOTIL i: Limits of jlntil.la Z-aimcnnan. late Twp fc..uierei Co.. r.. Letters of aduiinij'rau-.n on tho ai ve tf. havinH been minted tu the in4erlne.l t y priier ant hiirity. notice Is hereby iiiTvn to perA.ns Indebted to said estate to mil lrr..r. ale pavmcnt and those bavin claims airiir.it same to present thexn !a!y authentl'it. i iT timcnt. on S-itur-iav, l.?eiQt?er 17. I1. 3" othce of Jv'.'.a K. !oit. ia Somerset rwuli. AAKUK ZUIMKKM V.N. Sov. a AdniEiMra. -I'-O trie "' i.'ie A DMINlsIUATOii'sj NOTiCi:. Eitati of Caihirise Gclirer, lite of Somcrso of-c a. Letters r.f nlminlstation on t;e aNive 's-t-; haTicic been k ran ted to the underriimed ly trie prt per authority, notice is hereby siren to tk-.re indebted to the saia estate to ltaiie imrr:e.!U;e payment, and those bsvizz claiKia or 1;r.ri.is airainst it to present them inly an' henticate-1 :-r settlement, on Friday, the loth ot January 1" "., at the late refideuce o; the ilecea?e 1. ilLI BbWM A N . novSS A.im:r.;itrr. s nERIFF'S SALES HyTirtae of certain writs of Tt-nl E".. Fi. i'a. ar.tl Ler. Ea., issue.1 out of the Uunrt ot t ..nM a Pleaa of Somerset CoKa.. and, to me direct-!, there will bo expose,! b piMia e-aid at the Court Kouse, In Somerset, Pa., on Friday, December CO, 1 :1. at 1 o'cbic,-. r. x.. a'.'.the riyfct. tit!-, icteres? ar..! claim cf the dclendant. J.'ha Hcver. 'f. ia and to the fulluwinjt described real estate, f'.'aite In t'rsina'Bor., Somersst county, Pa- roata'mnit 3U acres, more or less, with a twttiry frarte dwcilinn hott-xf, barn and other out'-aiiJinif there on erect e.1. adj"!ninit Nelson A. 1 isae, W uliia' ani Phillippl. E. 1. "ot;y and. others, with tue apnurtenancts. . , Taken In eiccntion at tn su.t of IIcrtEJC L Baer, use of W. J. iiaer, ue of C. L' r:. ALSO All the risht, tlt!, interert an-1 cli-ra f f the ds fendant Frack Wolf. of. In an-1 to the fc-!lowin real estate siluato in Jlcyeraiiale borough, Soaier aet county. Pa.: No. 1. Two certain lots of around li and 10) rrontiEit en Mevers aenneoa tin st-r.th. a.iey on the west and north, a&l on tho east by lot of William Shaw, beinn eiuhty loct front act one huodre.1 ar.d twenty feet icep. with a tws:ry brick dwellins; honse, suble. and other outbiiiid inirs thereon erected, with ti:e aj-purtcr-sneeJ. No. i Two lots of yromxl (No. 71 a a-1 77 . 'f r.t Inir on Broadway on the north. a.!jo:a:r-f E street on the east, and ai'.ey ca ;iic u;U aad e:. with the appurtenances. Taken a execution at the s:t of Sitst ii ilartecnv, use ol W iilian P. Meyers, et l. No-nri. Ail perKcns purchMinj! at the ar-e?e sale will please inks notice that ! ll purchase innty to be made xaown a: titi.e of aaie wiil be roinlrol as fc.n as the r.nrpcr- is knocked down, otherwise It will b ait-ain ex posed to sale at the risk of the first pu.ciia.-'or. The residue of the purchase mneyaittst be paid ..n or before Thursday of the lint wcec cf J:inu.iry Court, the time fixed by theOourtfortheackn-.wi-eilifin.-nt of decls. and no deed will bea.-Unow.c.ijt:-ed until the purchase avjnee i- paid in tmL ElKiAii. KI-'- Sitrairr'a Orrtrx ) s lier1.:!. Somerset, fee. 7, Intl. i ignee'ITFali-: OF FJf.iVABf.Eiii;Jt ESTATF. . u.J..m.lrtftfMU mnlfil bTTtft in our ini:o i ' ' - - " . Couit of Co rumen Pleas o( Somerset etu-ity, I the under?tzne. A?.'irr.ee i jv::u n.;r j.:-. will sell at pabllesalc, on SATURDAY, Ik -cmbiir 01, 1-1. at I o'clock r. on tbe preuics ia Jll.lurl Somerret ouunty, Pa. A certain tract of land with the avr;ar(eTa-i--c, situate in said towoshi p. ad iolBinit la nil of lie. M. Kaker, John A. Phuiirpi, Jobn Weiicr s l.cirs and others, eontaki'.nc 61 ., acre, more or io. l i acres tiaiber, and Uacrxs in niea.iow, bslaaco tnavood sta,e of tuitivati. bitim tuere..n ere- te.l a oo.l two-story dwellm kase. .larnnd other outbuiidinics: eouvenient to enurriw an-l srhools : beiiia '-4 mile frm Ucbt:T!J and . .. tui.j trna NewCeaireriile. TJSj.- Ore-third of the purchase money in 1 paid n confirmation of soie and deliTery of deed, one-third in six months, and one-third In one year Iro-n ...e -th of November. with Interest on dclcrre.1 paynents from day t sale. i be secur-l by ja :n ment U-n!- Tea per cent.of the purcnaw money tobepai.loaday.f?a:i;, which w;. l- dc-iot-u-u from the hand moey. D. w. v7 ILL. Dec 8 AiSnce. PMINISTRATCR'S NOTICE. . of John W'eible. Ute of Paict Ton-i: j M,.meret C Pa 1C d. . . , .. M o. slu.rt estate 1 Jienticated "' J?ajl& Keiemi-er J3. lal. at the hoaso of Ja.Lau j Welble ta salt. ATH AN WET ELF. . ' plriM5TRATOR"S SALi: j i OF VALt'AELE KEAL ESTATE. B, Tlrtue of an order or mle i-rued ont tbe : ; oft.hans' Curt ei S.m.nwt ronnty. Pa., I ..! , exe to pubUc sale, en the premises, on ; SATURDAY, Dec. :l, lUli.'a "msUtinTof a raluabl. f..nu Aim l?wr Tutk"'oot towns biiK Somerset ate in I P-', 'iund, of Ucnry W bi ?... " . fM,nt TO acres etear, anu " ,LLt.i? htailhere'n erected a fine tw-tor-' ; iSSTttS a" T5 lo b.rn.hvin aio , (TV ftM rcaard of choice iruit-beannia ( excellent 3,"r"f eMHilins s,.nn. TTUrn is desirably .iwateJ and exEt : ! school, ehurth and null. ; T S X S : j One-third after payment of debt, to tcjn n , .rmcSd Poeioa to be given on u- ( "I"1"- OEOKOEW.STOrr.M. I J 4 '-'1 u i . i y ' i ' . 'i t i. i - i 4 1:1' - -1 i I ' V : 'S e ! 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