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'"Mm "!(! w 1 ,-. w ;, 'ue,. 'l Mir.:. ' Kid, p 'rrm t 4. l . it I t. . alu sai j i - mm e Haa e. HI . " UK t "if t bmcrset Herald.',. Vi. U. SCt" IX. i-liuir. ! fass! i;p2s jar November tz, ud, llod, t HulderUum's. 4- Mint .lih anil law M line oi - 1.1 ot'r. at noiueroaum a. .... i t..-." . i t1 trv inaii"i -Ch k J "Te by " X B'd" U'K." lsU"B "a tra;raia ..- i ;ut i-iit. ai Hulderhauiu's. i . mta at 3. wurth vv Ul!l T 1 1 - , . i . .. ...u-ihI ttUw-k nf t.l and neri - l.uve ever had, call now ne seen mi; room. , i J. M. H.iLPEItS"- a . cj.. I Nark, -Side orfht u SUloU'a ihiw UJ UunUt W pair, at .i fc.. J,.vercoaisaicv-j i ... IlOLOCKHAtM 8. cuiigh when fclnloh' .1. . iiniiiediate it fl- reiki'. 1'ruc lo Jure ' ,., ,i,n i ttii'l canl:rau Ja.ken ,M,l .t JUilU-y-K. t..rlimuiol lailie oress goii ilii-N UditV cloths, ladies' coats. It-rw.'ar. hoe, etc. etc., at Hol- CATAKKH KEMKDY A pos y,,r latarrh. Dijihthena and CanL- i n-1 undor-liirtu and drawei, V a et. d.m..tic gingliaiua at 10 ceiits; ii-lnucres al I JJ ceiils, at Holder- y. rr keaHtt 'X tut kidH "n t, L I- ;1X. H. Thaver, of llourtxm, -lioth mvsell ana wue owe our II nir NSt'.lPl'KN Ct KK. j j -Maple Sugar. Kacon, heat, , ,,11.11 lieallS IOT tosu v.M.- rehat.v i . .. " r. iiH-rcliaiinise ii our imc CooK Si DlCKKITS. st as,rtnient of dress goods and ,l,aw:. flanuels. etc.. just re- tri: ee' liol.l.'EKBAt'M's. lini riiit:: from the south a i nigh on KI.eunia, ullering of that kt k the denial ler a: " i. INJl'Tol! free with each bottl I'. a-arrl. Kcn.cdy. Price -M) tt. s(l l:K rt'H.I. innu.Mliately re- nping cough and BroiK-lii- . r.!i'. lmre blai.Vets, whijK., etc., Mi rtmiini s. . r,.v ti. Mississi pi, cur load ilTO ,:. .iif hand picked fall and winter arrive tills week. Now is the time ii .ii. Send in your orders. Cm-ik & Btnarre. Y -MA IE miscrnble by Indigestion. tation, l'izziness. Miss ot Appetite 1 kin ? Shiloh's Yilalizer is pi Jl.-lUcy's you can gel valine cheaT Jt any store in U.wu; H in-ii 73 cents; Ji ." cents; IS inch. 90 cents; 20 incbi largest sl--k of ehildrens' school la.lie's shKs, men and boy's boots j oi-s in town will le found at HoI.l'ERBAl'M S. j art's Best Flour, manufactured nn "new gradual reducth.n prt-ess," noli iebhart 4 Sons. Jf' barrel. Ml h-rs than Vienna. Cok A- BKrwrw. ,f all kinds will be sold at r near r the next CM days. Call and see the f and In-st selected stock in thpeoaiity. 1 of priK'uor. taken in exchange for y. 11. flley's.' flKdl S YITAI I7FI! i what yon r ("onsMpiiiion. I f Ap'tite, viiiiitonis of Dyi'iia. Price 10 iTiit- per bottle. ;M.ti , Bro.'s Cough Synip, Lini lh.re and Cattle Powder have, by xmIiicsh, gained a large sale. The i; i.d t'rice suits me. Also try Bum- Worm SyTtip i Vakkrt. Main Street. We have Med a large F.efrigerator to our Meat t in which all meats can lie kept coo' ' 1.11. Vinton. Beef. Pork, Ac, kept lently on lmnd. jen daily, l arties Iii ine:it ran have it kept iu the Ilefrig- r until wanted. Jlr'.iave. also. ls.Ua new brick for sale, t 1. f will sell by the hundred or thous .4 it lew- price. i Ross Davis A Co. i ni t I,f. Hair Restorer. It is en- li:Tcrent from all others. It is as us water, and. as its name indicat.. is f. .".'y Vegetable Hair Restorer. It will 1 jf-iiiit.-ly free the head from all dandrnff. 1 v gray Imir to ps natural color, and I Jure a new growth where it has fallen 1, It d'i not in any manner affi-rt the hh. wlii. h sulhnr, sugar of lead and Ate of silver preparations have done. Vill change Viiht or faded hair in a few h to a lieautifulgliKsy brown. Ask your icist for it. Kaeh Is.ttle is warranted. tf-h. Kline v Co., wholesale agents, Phil Iphia. and Hall A Kuckel. New Y'ork. j-" "i.i i.-nviMiiiy mi. .nil my irienos in fc.rs.-t ,, unity that I have ojiened a new ..nl. I ........ ..!.. II.. - f j. r 5 "" "l""- i f tore at 2:;j Main Street, Join I l.erc I would Ive p!ea-d to WI hnstown. pleased to see them. st. aV ciiisi-ts, ,f Drugs, Chemicals, srnt M.sli.i!,,-,, Ihe Stuffs, Perfumery I 1 am y ;,KHl.s eenerallv. At this season I '.ild .-all attention to the inswt-sdes, P a I're Paris Cn-en. Pure T. wdered pite Ili!'eli.ire. Persian Ine-t I'owder. . w li. n in need of ai.vtl.ine iu the P; lire Cl.T.le fo.il m ia ir m-u f.,r All iiM(iiiri.n cheerfully answered. Ch s. liRtrriTH, 2o2 Main Street. k .i jour inn-rest and buy where you to tl: hot n.lratit,.. miiA vet Mim r t.''i. In order to insure these two '",,t '!il advise our readers to buy 'r'1 " -sr. medicines, etc., at Campbell's 1 Ma n flrw.t cau, m him when in Jobns- tl. Sil l n . ;n n...;ni say is isirrert. liuriinpton, Vt Jan. 25. 12. ! veusl I,,,.,,,. Kliiirexclusivelv for d and in tnv funiil,- r.., . , J gal .rears, and al,.v, k wjh wt f WaRRR!(IKIM, I I'reiJei,t Vermont Life Ins. Co. I Fairhaven. Vt.. Jan. 1. 182. I prefer Downs' Elixir to ,.v other rout-h a.... l .... J ' r l,r c-'ddren, sin,!v on acrountof! p-nicand expwioriitqtuli,! I ago "esjiertlully. iEo. H. Hakrik. Pa aretits, anJ tlos , , i.v P'.-Mil U,,k. will Rve .....i.v l,v luiviin ' C. X. Bovd II.. i.. .ii ..." i ." . ... ' j v K, ikhiili. Use. I the town and county, mnd at prices lower " ever f.,. A full line of hool sun- es slate pencils, lead pencils. '! 3 ken in exchange for tablets, etc, new. Spe- sciui.u b. ,ti.. ....-;i; - - - i-s- . i P II reel. i Mr C. r ' '"l" 'tuition. Be sure and i iioj,f. u' - i A sitnatiou iu a grist st mill; am j r.cq iiui, smai fauj, y; have had ' perieuoe i j. Wll, KUaran. ; Ull ":"'H'veatisraeti.ui J . , David B. Lob a. Alilrew Glade, Somerset cuunty. Pa. I new Governor will be inauguraie i ! aarv 1C, 1SS3. 1 Mr. Ferg. O. Parker, of Juliontow n, s-iwiit Sunday in Somerset. Jury Commissioners Vint"ra and Knalile are still at work tilling Ihe whuet lor ifS'i. Eve was i Le la ly wiio n.'l the i.nl.iuii o( leathering autumn leaves. The large furnace to be erw te l at Everett, tin-y are pleaded with our paper and"will be Iledford county, will e the largest in ceutral come r-gular Mibscriben,. In three weeks I'ennsyivania. ' (nnrma will be in session and great poiili- 7" " " cal iiHtioii wili ajjain agitate the country. Mr. Daniel Fi.ck is bdildin himelf a jierson who does not desire to continue dwelling hou an.t ..m. ou the ..pjr end mM gin t(jU or the Cto.qa8l.imi8lul Union ;reet. lHMtwXt.T afur ,hey h.ve it, .nt Look to your cUiiuueys and fl.ies and see ri-queni him to return it to this office. A thai they are sale. A very tittle work now j lar! number have already subscribed, and may save the building of a new botise next ' w ,i0P " wi" do so. . I mm spring. i , , , mm t'11 the eleiliuti s over, and p - F. . B iseckc-r, r.. Ivftforhis home lineal excitement has iu a mexure sulisid iii Jeuner towusnip Friday ul:erno in, rail- !. we lrut our friends in diderent aectioiif ed ihniivr nv iliu tcrioUi Unless of Ins ' 'f the county will send us (he important mother. ; local news traipiring in their immediate --- j vicinity. During the excitement of the The winter term of the Somerset public j au,,,aig some of our local correspondence schools commenced Monday morning- The j a!i unavoidably crowded out, but our col average attendance, in the different depart- i ,lmn8 are now freely open to cotninunica menU. was as large as usual. j tions ,hat wjn benefit and interest our Kight hundred candidates ran for Con- j rultrs- gress at the late elections. Four hundred What Vennor professes to know : Novem and neventy-tive of those are now candioates I ber, half fine, half starmy ; brief siell ol '"at large" and will live t run another day. 1 Indian summer. December, snowy, stormy 'and wet and cold, according to locality; Monday la-t, persons jn this vicinity were vprv tUmur im AaIltic (8imiar 0 insi). treated to ram, sleet, snow and sunshine all . r,1'Ultu.l, M in Xew york and UMir within the space of one hour. The weather lstatwi ,1 action. November and Oe was inferable throughout the entire day 0ne verv Cold part in December l( Anv ol oiii realers .le.-.r.n to huv a fur.. i o.. reasonable leruis, w.l lioti .-uci. au t o.r.r.u..ili hvrea.lntlK a.lvcrtise.neiito K. S. McMiLen Jt Uro., in another coluumn. , The farm offered for sale is one of the host in 1 I'pper Turkeyfoot township. The.Indi'peiident vote the State was not quite 4l,0UO; in Somerset county it was not quite 7u0, and still their s was the ticket that was "to sweep the state unci county like a ! western cyclone." Tl.ey must have very small cvcloiies in the we t. This, from an exchange, is certainly worth a trial : "Those w4.o are troubled by having their potatoes rot in the cellar, will find that sorting them out and then scattering some air-kla. ked lime over tln'tu. will el fectually put a stop to all decay. Col J. M. Heid came to .Somerset Satur- dav al'terpooii. to ut tend the party given bv ,.r0tllO!lolarv TreIlt u, lel.c-ior friends. jSalupluy night. While here the Colonel was induced by hisfrieads to join theexcur sion to Baltimore, Monday morning. This year 1K82 is one of note as an anni versary. It is the JoOtii year siuec Benn's landing, the lVllli since George Washing- ton's birth, and tlie lnoth since the treaty of j pi,.an uWnsions and disasters this Sen peace with England, preliminary to the rec- j atoria district has been recaptured from the ognilion of American iudeeiidcnce. j The Crystal lie Company are er.vting Jan immense ice house on the hai.k of the 'dam below town, just opposite the falls. Tl,e comj.any .roposc to store away sufii- i cient ice during tl.i:- winter to supply the entire uni.iiiiiinity during the sutnuier inon;ii.s. Mr. T. j. Ticking shipped to Baltimore in aseciul car Friday morning six head of Very valuable horses. He had soid a pair of them, handsi.niebiis.ii bavs, to l'resident Oarrelt, of the B. t . K:.'!rud at a gsl figure and the car they were shipptd in wa placed at his disposal by Mr. fiaiTeet. Judge Ba.-r, J. O. Kiniu.eli. Yal Hay, II. U Baer, John H. 11.1, A. II. Collrotl.. A. JJ.Colboni, and J. W. Pile, Ks.s.. went lo Pittsburgh Thursday evening to attend the j I'nited Slates Court, which is in ses-si.,n 1:1 that city. They expect to return to-day. Tuesday. It seems that betting on n election .Lies not disqualify from voting. Aluauiii Bind ing having bet 10i on the result ol the elec tion was challenged at the polls, whereupon lie at once took the case into court, ai;d Judge Hagemaii divided that betting does not disqualify any one from voting who is otherwise legally qualified to do so. The corner stone of the M. E. church at tiarrctt will be laid on next Saturday. No vember 23th, at 3 p. m. Kev. J. A. Swauey, D. D , will make the address and otliciate on the occasion An.'.iij: other artichs two autograph alliums, the allies ol fUUsrrilwr to the Imi ding Hi id, the .mines of the church members, county papers, etc., will be placed in the stone. Parker Y. Kimmeil, Esq.. of Meyersdale was iu attendance at Court last week. He is well pleased with bis new location, and thinks the business outlook good. The (eopleof Meyersdale and vicinity who have legal business to transact, can entrust it to his care with the assurance that it will be promptly and faithfully attended to. Sheriff Spangler went down to Pittsburgh Saturday morning with John Harden, who was convicted of aggravated assault and battcrv, and sentenced to the ieniteutiary for a period of two years and nine months at the recent term ot court, in charge. The Sheriff delivered his prisoner over t- the nroner authorities, and returned home Sunday. A new decision, favorable to pension claimants, has been recently made. Here tofore the pensioners, heirs of a missing man, had to prove death or a reasonable presumption. The department Itas ruled that the common law established the pre sumption of death after seven years, so the heirs of a missing man in action are entitled to ension without pnnif of death. Curt was only in session four days last week, but thev were four very long working days, and during that time a great deal of business wasdisimsed of. Owing to Judge Baer and a number of the members o the bar bavicg business before the I'nited States Court at Pittsburgh, Friday, Court was called ut an unusually early hour each morning, and night sessions were held, in order to get through with the business by Thursday evening. An exchange suggests that, as the long winter evenings are close at hand, it is time to get the local farmers' club into working order. A great many things can be learned in a community of live men by meeting regularly in a social way and rubbing rusty opinions against each other until they shine. iive the local club a trial this' win ter, and lake an active part in it; ami if you find iiextsprir.g that you have picked up no new ideas we will be astonished. II. F. Patterson, Ksq.. left Somerset lust w.eek for Destuoines, Iowa, at which place he intends engaging in the practice of the law. Mr. Patterson is a graduate or Jlar- ' vard and some- two years ago was admitted j to the Somenct bar, having pursue.! his le- studies for the two previous years in the I ,.ffioe of Coflroth fc Kupple. He is a young j man of unusuil ability, and possessed of j rare business and social qualities, llismany friends here regret his deKrture, and hope that he may meet with that success which he so Well merits, iii his new home. All is kotSafk ih a bra, Several Weeks Mr. Samuel Dunham, one of Sliauks- ville's most enterprising imrchants, pur chased from an Ohio firm a uandsouie new safe, wherein lie thought to keep secure his loose change and other valuables. But a, safe, be it new or old, is not always to be depended upon as a safeguard for itscon-) tents. The double door and pateut combi-, . nation lock, is not mucu oi an impediment. , ti,. Huv s,rti, nij.n r'.si iiir uurti nr. as V : ... " , 1 - Dunham discovered lo ins loss auu aor- -, , in(ll his gure riKjm at u , " " " " . . , eariv doot Ai.tnuav luonui.i:. Kr. " diau.ay on finding that during the previous - uight the new aaie had oeeu blown open soiueeighty-tive dollars extracted there- from. The manner iu which the work was , done showed that a killed cracksman had, been there. It oulv took nineteen rvwter, and innu lmrnble vfxxl enu to faintlj' express to. jo lliat our r.eightior of tlie Prmutr tt felt otr the Ute "GioriouR DotiKicratic Victory" which tiieir Intlriienduiit allies so largely asited llitm iu achieving. TU editor of thv Irnurmt lias no use for the Iiitleprnd flits now. lie lakes roosters in hia. Vo I'tMrAius St aacatiiERs. vVeaend thia tMie to our campaign aubscribtrs, hoping (tore part), likely to he generally felt. The mint, rot lrsj l!SS.t will he ttie reverse oi r. . . l . .1. . C . ".1. 'I'"" reoruarv ... .h-..e ....at ,..o...u. rirsl ,en Mfl'1' ,U Uu at ,l,e wr"n 4 'aiubria county did not intentionally go clear back ou Dr. II. Clay McKinley, ol Meyersdale, Somerseticounty, who ran at the late election an the candidate of the In dependents for Congress in this district. It is very clear, in point ot fact, that Cambria meant to give the Doctor boost; bat mere slij. jf the pen did the business for him, nd made famous an imaginary "H. Clay Mc Clay." The intelligent caster of that par ticular ballot knew what he was voting for. He knew that he was in favor of man who parts his name in the middle, and that's about all he did know. JohiutowH Tribune. The return Judges of this, the th Sena torial District. Samuel H. Dull, of Somerset county, Hubert Sipe, of Fulton, and X. L. Mctiirr, of Bedford, met in Bedford on Tuesday and computed the returns and granted the oeruikate of election to Hon. J. 11. Longenecker, whose official majority is I .VI. The whole vote stood 7.152 for Iougeiieiker, K ,Cf for Uevnolds. D..and .V'i for Cooler. I. Thus in this year of Re Dent'icraey and an aide and honorable Re publican elected. After the unfair and des perate means employed to defeat Mr. Iionge- iiecker his success is doubly a matter lor congratulation. RrfnJ4'mn. . m The farewell supper given by S. V. Trent, Esq , prior to entrusting his bark upon the perilous n.atriiaonial seas, at tne Somerset House, Saturday evening, was a joyous c vent long to lw held in pleasant remeui biancc bv those who participated. The ta li!e was spread in the large dining-room will, plates laid for the host and twelve ol his bachelor friends, and never did a more merrv set of bachelors surround a festive hoard. The supper was one of those for which the Somerset House is so justly fa in. his and did full credit to the established reputation of the house. Many were the toasts thaf were proHsed and responded to during the pleasaut hour that was spent at the taJile. Next to the future Benedict, the seat of honor w as accorded to the one con sivrated and set apart, our esteemed and continued bachelor friend, James L. Pugh Ej., not by reason of bis many years or of his assured bachelorhood, but on account ol his vast experience and eminent fitness. was he unanimously chosen to propose tht toast of the evening, and right royally did he acquit himself. His remarks of some fifteen minutes in length were rich in wis dom (especially those which he addressed tiarlicularlw to Col. Rcid) and replete with humor and good hits, and the dining hall fairly rang with the applause which greeted his well-chosen words and well-timed re marks. Aficr the best wishes of the guests for : lie m ure happiness of their host and bis lair ii.u-.ided l.ad been p.eiled. the pai- ty withdrew to the parlor where they sint another hamiv buur in smoking and pleasant conversation. The Wikxixo Cards. Up until the last three or four days since the election our cit izens were on all sides greeted with, "When do you start? "How 4o you think you wid like it up there?'' "I've been there off and ou for twenty year)!" and like remarks; but for the past few days al of this has been dropped and the one question asked was: "Are you going sn the excursion to Balti more?'' Iu refjKinse to this question ajrai of our business men smilingly nodded yes, but ofteuer were seen to shake their heads and took blank. Hie invitations issued by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company to our "merchants, business men. and repre sentative citizens," to goon a free excursion to Baltimore were distributed by Passenger Agent Patton Friday and Saturday, and the composition of the party has been tlie chief topic of conversation iii all quarters ever since. Many of our most prominent busi ness men found themselves without the re quisite pasteboard, while men who never did one dollar's worth of business with the B.i 0. road weresupplied, iossihly because they were "representative citizens." Some of those who were discriminated against are at a ion to know the reason why, which simply shows that they look through a glass darkly while the balance see face to face. The excursion traiu, consisting of three new passenger cars, a sleeping car, a parlor car, and Superintendent King's private car, ar rived in Somerset at I0;:J0 Monday morning with the "lucky ones" Iroin Johnstown on board. They were joined at the Somerset station by the ones weo held the "winning cards" from this place to the .number of twenty-eight. Among the Somerset party were some of our most prominent business men, a number of ''representative citizens," a few strangers, and relatives of those who had the saying of who should go. The par ty were to dine at the Queen City Hotel at oue o'clock and were to reach Baltimore by M) p. n. , w here a banquet was to be ten dered them the same evening. During their stay in the Monumental City they will be given a supjier by the Board of Trade and will do up the town with the business men. The trip, we have no doubt, will be" greatly enjoyed by all, and the B. fc O. officials are entitled to a great deal of credit for their kinU cjiaIlt intention to give . our "nier ?!uinc nien and representa- - c;tiZMls" a free blow out and ghow U(ja a p(KXJ tjrae. Jt j, due ja!(lj,.Ug,.r Agent Pattoa to state that he na(1 nolhing U) do with making out the list for thig lauej but ,irapy distributed the ticaets. and is in no way responsibleyor the disappsintcd ones not being supplied. The delegation from this place was fairly repre sentative of the town and it business, and the party, so far as it went, could not have been much bettered. Rip Yah Wi.ikle. Old Rip, on rousing un from his twenty years nap, was some- , ,ir..riad .t the course thinzs had . , v here to-day to visit nialunvrth Furniture Warerooma of j ,., aTnc Berkebile. on Main street, lp(lbi,e tlie Central Hotel, his surprise would anow no miunm. ... . j . He would find here one of the best assortments of furni- j ture ever brought to this county, and at nrices much lower than the same goods can nurcilMW in Pittsburgh. Mr. Berke- w, j eharge of this immense con- ukea fcigilt j (bowing Visitors ., i.,-: .nricinatine rmnt hiKisrkeeping should by all means call on Mr. Berkebih?. ,-i The Evangelical Clitirrh at Pleasant Hill, in Somerset towiihiiip. tUrve ruilfa-jeast of Somerset, will be deilicated on Sunday, December 10, IS2. A uum!er of ministers of the district are eiectvd to be present on the occasion. L. M. Boveb, 1'. E. " V. A. HasixonK, V. C. The Surth American lieriew for December commands attention no less by the eminence ofits contributors th..n by the Vf!u-. and timeliness of its table of content '. First, there is a symposium on "The Heilth of Auierlian Women,' regarded front three distinct points of view: Dr. Dio l.e;. con siders the question as it is aff -cts-d by the prevailing style of feminine attire, osjecuiliy by the practice of tight lacing; Mrs Eliza beth Cady Stanton points out the many in jurious influences of social environment; and Dr. James Read Chadwick sets forth i!ie effects of education, climate and food, .ml finally discusses the q'letion whether the.modificalioa prodao d by the Europeuu .iu.ua.1 i) pe nv trns:er to America lessens ihe fertility of woiueu. iov. Buren 1! Sherman, of Iowa, writes on the "Constitu tional Prohibition " of the liquor traffic in that State, and maintains that tlie measure is in entire accord with the traditions of the original settlers, and approved by men of all political parties and nil nationalities. Gen. Grant, in an article entitled " An Undeserv ed Stigma," states the facts of Gen. Fuz John Porter's case, and argues that the sen tencj of the court martial that cashiered lini was based on a misconception of the essential circntustanees. Richard A. Proc tor writes of ''The Influeuce of Food on Civilization," discussing with much learning and force some of the most interesting so ciological problems of the present day and if the near future. Prof. Fisher, of Yale College, iu defining the causes of "The De cline of Clerical Authority," holds that this decline, which affects the status of church and minister only as a part or function of the secular State, is by no means to be re gretted, and that the spiritual influence of the church and its ministry is to-day greater than of old. Finally, there is a symposium upon the conditions of " Success on the Stage," the contributors being six of our most prominent actors John McCullough, Joseph Jefferson, Madame Modjeska. Law rence Barrett, M iggie Mitchell, and William Warren. Cocut Proceemxos, Court convened at 10 o'clock on Monday morning of last week, his Honor, Judge Baer, and Associates Sny der and Collins presiding. The following cases were disposed of: Commonwealth vs. Henry Fisher; assault and battery, on information of Annie 6. Packbauber. Jury return a verdict of not guilty. Com. vs. John C. Walter, Gillian L. Wal ter. Jusiali Walter and Joseph Walter; as sault and battery, on information of Isaac McFerguson. Jury return u verdict finding Gillian L. Walter guilty in manner and form as indicted, and Joseph, Joiab and John C. Valter, not guilty. Com. vs. John Leverkntght; surety of the Hace, on informaeion of Sophia Lever knight. Defendant sentenced to pay the costs, ami to give seciril to keep the peace toward all good citizens, and particularly toward his wife and daughter for a period of one year. A. J, Spangler and H. S. Berkey are his sureties in the sum of f Com. vs. Jacob Walker; assiiuU and bat tery, on information of S.uuuel Adams. Not a true bill, and prosecutor to pay the costs of prosecution. Com. vs. John Harden ; assault and bat tery with intent to kill, on information of Amos Savage. Jury return a verdict ol guilty on the third count in the indictment, and the Court sentenced the defendant to pay a fine of one dollar, the costs of prosecu tion, eud to undergo an imprisonment iu the western enitentiary for a period of two yrarsand nine months. Com. vs. John Kitumell and Harrison Lobr ; larceny, on information of George W. Cover; jury return a verdict of not guilty. Com. vs. same ; larceny, oi information of same. Not a true bill, Com. vs. J. T. Shipley and John C. Hostel ler; hawking and peddling without license, on information of Curtis K. Grove. Jury re turn a verdk't finding the defendants guilty in manner and form as indicted. Com. vs. Charles Campbell; larceny, on information of Edward Johnson. Jury re turn a verdict of not guilty. The other cases on the criminal list were either settled or continued. CIVIL LIST. The following causes on the civil list were tried: Samuel Zimmerman vs. John and Seviila Howard ; aci fa sur mechanics lien. Case settled as per pajr tiled by the parties inter ested, defendant to give a mortgage on his property for the amount of debt now duo. Jacob Cover, Sr., vs. Joseph Rhoads, exec utor of Susannah Koontz, deceased ; action iu debt. Verdict for plain tiff in the sum of $729.82. Motion for new trial filed by the de fendant. Placed on argument list. Va'entine Hay, use of Isaac Hugus, vs. Henry Hecker ; appeal by plaintiff. Jury return a verdfct in favor of defendant. Charles J. Harrison and J. K. Coffroth vs. Emanuel J. Seuse; ejectment. Defendant confesses judgment for land in dispute, and agroes to surrender possession April 1, 1343, without further notice. W. P. Bucchley vs. Joseph Christner and Jonathan Judy ; sci fa. This case,' upon mo tion being made, will have judgment against plaintiff for costs up to filing of appeal, and the question of subsequent costs to be deter mined on hearing at argu.uent court. 11. S. Dongus vs. John C. Kendall and Elizabeth Kendall ; appeal by the defend ants, nettled by the parties. FETITIOMS FOR VIEWERS. Tiie following petitions for road and bridge views were presented and acted on by the Court : A jietition of citizens of Somerset town ship for viewers to vacate a public road leading from a point at or near Casebeer's church, on the Johnstown pike, to a point on the public road at or near the house of Joseph Swank, in said township. The Court appointed William M. Schrock, sur veyor, Heury F. Barned and Herman Shaf fer, viewers. A petition of citizens of Elklick township for a road from the Salisbury and (irantuville road, at or near Michael Knecht's black smith shop, to a public road near Elijah Livengood's sugar camp. The Court ap pointed S. P. Sweitzer, surveyors Ephraim Miller and David Yoder, viewers. A petition of citizens of Summit and ad jacent townships for a re-view of a public road lately la.d out I'ro.u the road leading from Meyersdale to Summit Mills, toa point on thesasai: road at or near the barn of Ja cob W. Pock, and of the road lying between the two intersecting roads that leads to New Centreville, which was vacated by the view ers. The Court appointed Henry Rauch, surveyor, Aaron Boucher and Joseph B Critch field, viewers."" A petition of citizens of Elklick township to vacate a road leading from West Salisbury to Compton's mill, to a p nt on road lead- i ing to Grantsville, and for two new roaJs which will be made necessary by tne vaca tion of the aforesaid road. The Court ap pointed Win. M. Baker, surveyor, Watson Schrock and Harrison Snyder, viewers. Petition of citizens of Somerset borough and township for a public road to lead from the west terminus of Patriot street to a point on the Centreville road, at or near Oliver Knepper's, The Court appoin-ted W. H Barn hart, surveyor, VYiu. Maurer and J. S. Miller, viewers. A petition, of citizens of Shale and 0,ue- mahouing township!, for a bridge over Sto- nycreek at the place where the public road crosses the Stonycreek in Ouemahoninit township, . The Court appointed William j Schroclc, surveyor, C. T. Hunter and Eman uel Pile, viewers. The vocalists of New Centreville, under the direction of Pref. J. 11. Kissinger, will hold a concert in tlie Evangelical Lutheran eh arch at the above place, ea Satarday even- lag, November 25th. The public ia'gener ally invited. F. Masos, Pres. 0'i Saturday la-t Robert H. Sa 'res, e q., Presidunt.uf the Suutb - Penasyl vania Ris. roar, areomijaiiied by Oliver W. Bjrm-i, esq., the Chief Lngiiwerof the r ad, and several others distinguished railroad ma - nati-, vUitel X.'erett. Their stay was ikv. essarily short, but wh'lt here they iii.ele:. careful examination of the maps and sur veys which hnvebeeii madeanrt prepared bv Mr. F. H. Clement, the efficient and gentle manly Division Engineer, and nis assistants and were highly pleased with the work. We h.wl the pleasure. if making the acquaintance tl. .i;til...,ilml.M.l hMM.U.lf till ltf..l.n I n-. trunk in.., r .. .ore thai, hhi.i vinced that new r... 1 b in the hand, oflnien reduction in price! CLurles H. Fisher, who mean business.. That th. South Pen..- -ial dealer in sch.K.I bo, ks sylvania will be built is only a question of " -H ',i,p!-. announce a great re time. Somethimrw.il tleoend on the man- "-'o" m the price efeopy books. The ..... . , . . , ner in which the comuany is received bv -iUercU the people whom it will benefit. fVr.. Th,. new church or Berlin circuit. Evan- geliral A-B..s iation. six miies east f Berlin, wid be dedicateil on Sunday. Dec. 3. ls2. L. M. Botilr, P. E. L. W. Rjsisser, P. C. Carn or Thakks. For the valuable car pet and other gifts received from our friends at Shanksyille, Salem and Centre Classes, amounting to twenty odd dollars, we are truly thankful. God tless the donors. Gratefully, Ruth R. Bai mcardmf.r. Stovstows, Nov. 9, 1882. CorLCEcc Item. Scott Sterner Is building a fine residence on Oden street. A female suffrage party is in progress of organization, lint by the good ladies of this place, but by some of the anient admirers of their sex. Headquarters on Independ ent alley. The residence of Wm. R. Roddy, Esq., of Petersburg. Addison township, was de stroyed by fire One night this we. k. But few of the household goods were saved from the flames. X. Report ofthe Confluence public schools for the first month, ending Nov. 17, 1882. ORAM HO. 1. M. F. Whole No. in attend, dur. mo. 2 28. Average" " " 25 2i. Per cent of attendance VJ US. The attendance of my room would have been a great deal better, had it not been for the sad accident that occurred in the middle rf the niorth. Miss Maggie Sterner, while engaged in swinging, fell from the swing and bn ke one of her limbs. Number of visits during the month, 10. J. Schrock, teacher. uradk no. 2. M. F. Whole No in attend, dur. mo. HI 2s. Average 29 27. Per cent of ' U7 U". Number of pupils preient every d ly during month, 33. Hattir P. HaxsoM. teacher. Mr. Editor: Since writing you last we have moved from "Hoosierdoni" into the land of the -Suckers." We have journey ed far and Indiana's "Rocks and rills ' Woods and templed hills" Lave echoed our long-eared steeds' anxious bray for his pony love; and the plains of Illinois received our hurried tread as we swiftly drive the braying pair. But often Time turns back ward in its flight," and we are boys again. Again, we are on the old play grounds in Milford ; at the "tpelljn' skewls at the "country school houses," at the "iore" at Gebharts or Cen treville. Again, we are in the arena of de hate at the various district school houses contending for negro suffrage, considering the wrongs of "Mr. Lo," the pixir Indian, or explaining the difference between a "fat little pig and a little fat pig." Again our shouts are heard in the sugar camp, while the chickens' shrill squeal is hushed as our fiugers affectionately clasp its neck and its body splits the air soon to be dished up fa vory from the furn4. Tll were tIie days when we gave each other "taffy" sweet to lie remembered. Again at the spelling school the stove totters from its foundation and the twenty feet of pijie goes rattle-ty- bang upon the blind side ofthe master who in memory executes the same acrobatic dodges. Again we nnite upon crediting the accident to Joe Mason, who as coolly pro p-ises to ' 'tend to the whole of us." Again we hear the welcome cry of "hot ball ' and ''shinny on your own side," as we all rush to our places eager for the fray. Again we are at the "applebutter bilin's" and "sniiz ens" and "corn huskin's." while the same old Cupids wound us with their darts and the "beautiful Q takers" lead us willing captives. Old Ca-selmaii, Po! Our feet have pressed thy sands, we have laved in thy waters and thy wooded bluffs have re sounded to our voices, perhaps for the last time. "The West" has no such pleasures as ice then had. None ! "Schliffer." Galesburg, Knox Co., 111., Nov. 15. From Confluence. tUlitor llernld ; The day is past for the discussing of the issues between Stalwart and Independent Republicans, and the time has come when the good of the arty and the industrial and business interests of the whole country demands that the differences in the party, that have rent it in twain, ami elevated the Democracy to power, should be adjusted in a manner so as to se cure harmony in the future. No lasting good can result from the fur ther discussion ofthe causes that led to the revolt within the party, neither will the party be benefitted by continually discuss ing the impropriety of those who carried their party grievances to the polls. It is sufficient to know that there were enough Republicans who voted the Independent and Democratic ticket, to defeat the regular nominees upon the Slate ticket in Pennsyl vania. Any effort at harmony by continu ing to plead the relative claims of the difler ent wings ofthe party will be futile, for this has been tried. Harmony can only be restored by mutual ooncessi jns aud kind forbearance on all sides. Many things cropped out of the recent campaign better calculated to alienate and embitter the strife, than to harmonize conflicting opin ions, hut the battle is over and all the bit terness of the past should be buried out of sight. The continuation of a sound protective policy is the great need of the whole coun try, and it is daily becoming more apparent that the Democratic party is unable lo suc cessfully grapple with this important ques tion. A iiartv that professes lo doubt the constitutional warrant to foster our indus tries by a protective tariff, can not with safety be entrusted with the making of laws for the protection ofthe well fed and well paid laborers of America, against the ill fed and ill paid laborers of Europe. Such an experiment would be unwarranted in view of the fact that the same Democratic party in 184o, in presence of her well defined policy on American protection, but in op position and contrary to its public pledges, did repeal the tariff of 1842. The Democrat ic party never missed an opportunity to strike a blow at a protective tariff, and doubtless will do so again as soon as she feels herself safely entrenched iu power. CWw-iK-e, Aon. 18, 1882. PrrrsBiRun & CosxkllsvilleR. R.Co., I Gsa'L Office, Pittsburgh, Nov. 15, '82. j Notice to Stockholder. Notice is hereby given that in accordance with the charter and by-laws of this Company, the annual meeting of stockholders will be held at the office of the Company, in the city of Pitts burgh, ou Monday, December 4th, next, be tween the hourse of 12 oicloek nu and 1 p. m., for the election of a Board of Directors to serve for the ensuing year and for the transaction of snch other business as may be brought before the meeting. The stock transfer books will be closed on the loth Inst, and remain closed until after the annual meeting of stockholders. J. B. Wajhisotoh, Secretary. j 20.0 Piecrs The election l-V' over f wpie. yax. auuu.4uru. diet ta , biisines . Exjiee-m ;nivr nwi than ; usual. ook B,-eHt 'nvi- jw in a ' 'oikpt oi ,.r.'.l lo.,. t g-Ml5 ' f"-r 'i-eir fun. -us 5 ami III cent eonntr-r. . Feopl- coming to court and others should take ii Iviinis.-e of this onrmrtuni! V tii hut- th'-se e!iiii giKMN. as the stock it ntoklly di niinishirifr, and the 3 and 10 c-nr counters will be diwontinued after December 1st in orlTt ni.d e room for an immense stock of lovs, Ac., f.T the. holiday trade. ' .l-u'K'. ""W I'.sjks. ,M,,y lH,ok i board or school dinsiturs nf. Somorvt town . , . , mrvinwn a"d b,'ro"t'h haveotti. i dly adopted the rraiiKini copy oook. TbKcopy IHik is a I very superior one, an.I.the retail price has !bwn "-'"'"l """ 13 to 10 -e,,ts. All the ' "V''1" ' ''d at 10 cents each. Mr Fisher has a very large and full supply of these copy books, and will always be pre red to meet the demand, which is expect ed to be very large. Orders from the adjoin ing townsmps will receive prompt attention. Orders from country merchants solicited Country merchants need have no fear to order liberally, as this book will find its way into every school in the county, and I will I sell them by the dozen, assorted, cheaper than any other first-class ropy hook can be bought. Chas. H. Fish ke. Bookseller, Cook & Beerita' Block. MAURI ED. SHERB0NDY CKITCHFIELD. On the 21st of Octolier, at S omerset. Pa., by Rev. J. F. Shearer. Mr. A. C. Sherbondy, of this county, and Miss Aggie Critchfield, of Springfield, Fayette county. KIESTER-KLI.VE.-On thel2thof No vernier, at the residence of Mr. Henry Young, near Somerset, by Rev. J. F. Shearer, Mr. Wm. Kiester and Miss Binuie Kline, both of this county. BRANT OBER. At the Evangelical Parsonage at Somerset, on Wedesday, No vember 15, by the Rev. W. A. Reininger, Mr. E. K. Brant to Miss Lizzie Ober, both of Ligonier Valley, Westmoreland county, Pa. DIED. SHAN MAN. July 3. 1882, Oliver Shaa man, in the 58th year of his age. HUM M E L. Sentem lier 24, 1882, David Hummel, aged 72 years, 5 months, and 18 days. LAMBERT. Novemlier 4. 1882, Josiah Lambert, seed 07 years, 2 months, and 13 days. YODER On the 21th of October, near Hooversville, John H. Yoder, aged 5 years and 9 months. YODER On the 27th of October, Annie K. Voder, aged 1 vear. 7 months and H5 llj s YODER On the 21)th of Octolier, Maggie .8 Voder, aged 10 years, 10 months and It! days. The above were children of Samuel B.and Kate Yoder. ftOHKKIsST HAKsiCT Orr.icisd Dy Oooa k RaaaiTM ACAUItt IM CHOICE GROCERIES, FLOUR & FEED Apple, drieil, t) ft TQlOc A p, tel. utter, fl gal 75 a Hi- Mrn. fin H ! liatler. V ft (Re) troll) sic Buckwheat W baab gs. iuel, too fts i 6k Beeswax fl ft a-o uaouo, su.iui.iera, f 18'4z.lac nuts, 1-i'Yyiie u ftiuuiry hm. ft ..ia . l5c Cora, (ear) i ew f) bushel ..JOgsoc (sne.iet.j uia - .......... ti ,.o " mexl l ft 3c Call iHlns, ft ft c hairs, lj dm -Juc Fluor, f 11 t SOS 7 M rlsxaeed, to. (80 ft) He Hums, (siiKitr-cureu) y ft isc lr.l. M ft VJcfiihc Leather, red sole, ft ft 3o-n.j3c ' . pper, 5.-te7(K! " Hp. " JieSDO Middlings, nod chop 100 fts 2 vu t)t. f) tin 40rtMM Fiitat.ws.Tlba (new) ;e. Sue Peaches, .irlt.l, fi ft M$loe Rye. ha 7vuu Kg. J9 ft Jo Salt, ,l. 1, y bhl. extra 41 tufii 00 " OrnuoJ Alaia penatk $1 4 l 60 Ashb.n peraxcR T, 00 Sugar, jelluw l ft vrAius while ' ; urg 4c TUow. ft r&fe Wbet. Lbu ....! W Wool, V:50" DM IXISTRATOR'S NOTICE. baiate oi Fre.Ierlek J. Y..unkln. lata of Upper Turkey tuwt towosuip, dee' J. Letters of admlnlsiitiiun vo lb above estats having been grimed to the un.lernlnoed by the proper sotborliy, notice is beret.y given tu those indebted to the Mil estate to mke immediate payment, sod those hsvitiic elaiui or demands Kii!Dt ft W preeeut theo. duly auihsntioatee for Mtileuieut. t the li.- resi.lrnoe ol lbs dis-euseil oo Saturday, ti.e aoth dy of IleoerDber. NtSSLtV YUL'NKI.V. norCl Admlaisirator. E LECTION NOTICE. ihe annual election of the Farmers' Union As. relation sod Fire loraranee I'omiMny of Sumer seieuauty, wi 1 be held at Berkley's J11U on Tuesday, December 2G, 1882, to elect a President, Vice President, Secretary sod (la director to serve for the ei.iulng year. D.J. llRt'U AKtK, AMU5WALKEK, Secretary. President. sorts LIME! LIME! The Buffalo Valley Lime Company, United, will wll. until furtner ordered, uudacited lime at the following rates: At 0 cent per liuthel. kdel on ears at kilns: st 1 1 cents per baihel tor any qmntliy les than a ear l.iao; at 11 cents per iiuitiel delivered at any nation un the Berlin Railroad; at 12 cenli per oanliel delivered at Meyersdale and K.ickwood; aud al U'4, eenia per basb.4 delivered at ail other rai.r.aui m do, in ikiuenet ciunty. inelunloe; all tbot' ou the Somerset a Cambria Kailruawl. pay ment can tie made to the ful lowing persons: John L. Savior, at r'rledena. W. H. Kiajnis, al Somerset Harrison Snyil. r. al Kuckwood. tf'i ank r nos. at Oarrett. Samuel J. Miller, near Meyersdale, We must depend apon lime as the basis to ter mite oar suit. Order it now and bars it ready when needed. Order from Frank Enos, Garrett. nov'A! s IIERIFFS SALE. By virtue of a certain writ nf FL Fa., tuned ont of theCoart of Common Pleas ol Sk merset coanlv. fa., and to me directed, there will be exposed to public sale, at the Court Iluose, in Someree Borough, on Wednesday, December 20, 1S82, at 1 o'clock p m , all the right, title. Interest and claim ol the defendant K.J. Vouirhi, of. In and to tne Mi.owinir real estate, situate In ?iew Oa treville borough. Somerset ouantv. fa., hounded on the north by Main s. reet, on the south by land uf Wm. H. Walter, on the east bv allev. on the west by land of Phebe Walter.containinaj Ala fourth uf an acre, with a two itorr bouse mereon erected. Taken In execution at the rait of Clary Bell Vought. NoTtra Alt persons parehastna: at the above sale will please take notice that a part oftbe purchase money to he made known at the time of ale will be required as soon as the property Is knocked down, otherwise It will be again exposed to sale at lbs risk of the Brat purchaser. The res iiiaeof the purchase money most be paid on or before Thuraday. the 21st day of December, 1882, the lime hxed by the Court for securing ihsae- inowietigmcni oi aeeus, ana no deel will be ac knowledge! ontll the purchase ssonev la naid to mlL JOHJf J. SPANGLER. Samn'B Office, i Sheriff. nov. -a, lssx. j "' CLARK r Indian Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels. Kidneys. Skin and Blood. Millions testify to its efficacy in healing the above named d iseases,and pronounce it to be the BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN. Guaranteed to Cure JDyspepsia. inAa MANX, O'AGENTS Laboratory, 77 West 3d street, Pormroivir. P., Anrnat Slat, 1. Dr. Clark 7nan.- I era trouMedwt'h Palplutioa ef tbe Heart, bat iU.ee uing your Haul eafl Mjrrap I bnv reoeived much raUef. JACOB KULB. II IV' I Tz J I Wa eontinM t I II in I art sesoiia tors for , 1 1 1 1 1 I TTC!e-msrs, eopyrurnis, mo.,mr III II I the United Statea, and to obtain paV Uf IU enta in Canada, England, Francs, I imM I Germany, and ail other eonntriea. asassaaal Thlrtr-vlx years" nractioe. No charge for examination of models or draw ings. Advice by mail free. Patent obtained thrmieh us are notieed in the SCIENTIFIC AMERICA!, which DM the largest circulation, and is the most influ ential newspaper Of its xina pa wish ea m ina world. The advaotagesol: such a noUoa every patentee understands. ' This large and splendidly Illustrated newe paperispubbshed WEEKLY at $3.20 a year, and is admitted to be the best paper devoted to sci ence, mechanics, inventions, engineering works, and other departments of industrial progress, published in any country. Single copiia by mail, 10 cents. 'Sold by all news dealers. AddreeB, Mnnn ft Co.. publishers of Sciea tuie American, Mil tsroaaway, ow lorx. Handbook about patents mailed free. FOB SALE! A VALUABLE FARM known as the Frederick Waheogh farm, sitaate in I uprr Turkey foot township, SMimersei eoonty Pa , a-'i .lnin lands of Garret Lear, oha Lp- hart, liaditl Faliiley, and others. eotitalDlng acres, aaore or less, anvut li acres ciearea an" In a g'rfid a'aie f cultivation, balance well Un bereu : Is eunveuient to rallMad. eharct.es and CQ.mil. and In a good fanning; eommunity; bar m tnereoa ereeteo: a mis; nouae anu bank oarit. Fur terms and further' particulars address or call on k. n. nc.niLLLii a bki. Noi Ti-3t New l-exia gion, sjumerael Co., Pa. FOR SJLiE. The onderslgned offers for sales sew and valu able Hotel Property in the borough of Confluence, just opposite the Hailroad M tut km, npoa liberal terms. For par ticular) auu rot either K. A. Firhmer, Couilu ence. or Mary K. 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A every change ha met with encouraging renponae from the public in Ihe shape f increased patronage, ill lairu. limn that the effort of lue publishers hi re beeniu the right direction, and hive been appreciated. Thk lrtt IK ka will rrmiin uncompromis ingly Republican, will m intain Its preaent attl iu ie el pr Meeting Aruerionn industries; will con tinue devote apecial alicniion to trade irans portation. and fcnomic qu,'ail..n; elll main th dtpanmen s of Tkt Curxotilg Shop, (a current encyclopedia of curiuua. inter. atlnu. aD'i valuable Information, called out by inquiries of sulucritk ei-): The W oman' Kingdom, (devutee to the pro greafdve aiove.nenta In which women are In ereat- eii): l ' e Farm and Hume, fevering topics of spec al Interest to larmera, IDeir wives, an I tneir eltild'en): The Veterinary, eiaitalning awer to qui? st ton as to the treatment of hones, ca tie and other animal by one ol the beat vetert'.ary nr. erona in the West); and Complications, (uktaaj ii putile enigmas, conundruius etc ). all ol which are peculiar to the paper; will gtveja much apace sa hitherto. 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The Istb IK KAX. always closely Identl&ee with the intereat of the Weat, a led in ibe work of development of both the Nurtnwest and the Sou'bweat. and it will continue to inn lie prom inent the character!! le leatureaof the progrra of the newer eiimmunitles toward Statehood Na paper in the country ha given . maca at'enti4,n to imirlgn.tieii movement railway and cans I enturi riaee. race aud econcmlc priblems, and oth er topie relating to the pmaperity of the older State and the development of th newer auction a 1 nam ram Haas Because It is c- i a'antly enlargii g the field of newspap-r diacussLio, and grappling vnheriiat Inglv wlih all new questions thai come before the people, it bus ioerea-ed rapl.lly In elrcuUthin among all claaae ol trades net. and farmer. Be cause ol It enterprise in leaalng special telegraph wires to the greM news centres. It ha grown in favor with ai. who like completeness and accuracy In d'apatches. Because ot it steadfast Republi canism and Its el se sympathy with the beat ele ments nf the Republican party, it has grown stead ilv in favor with party men. Because oft high charac eran.l will range of It literary and spe cial department. It ha lieeome a greater favorite In the home than any eiber distinctively political paper in ti ft uu ry. The aim ha been to make it the best paper for city, miiuthan or ooun rv reader th beat paper 'or the basinra man and hi family; the beat pa per lor the strO' pan lean as well as the (en -ml rea.ien ano a Hie circulation of lb several edi tions h.is Increase more rillly th pa I year than in any prevtoa year, and a it 1 now larger than ihat ol any other piper westol Mew York Cliy. tbs publishers, feeling that they have fair mevanre of popal r approval, will eonti.iae in the oouese marred oa' maxlng such improvements will keep The Isteb I k u at the bead ofthe list of American journals as the model newspa per. The circulation Is best shawa by the smoant ef postage paid on the papers sent to actual rub. scltiera. Judge.! bv this (tandard. The Isteb Oceah I far aheal of all of iu Chicago eontem porarie. as la oown by the table lielow. Th table give the amount oi postage paid on circula tion by trh aewpaier named (of Chicago) for the'flacal year en.img Jane 9", 1962: Ths IstekINeas ai'f The New. T7W14 The Time cktai 10 The Tribune V4 14 The Herald 1,443 b This statement need no oomment. It (peak foritaelf. The (uhacrlptlon price of The Isteb Oncaa is as follow: Weekly edition, postage paid, la.. 41 15 per year Semi Weekly vlition. poataaepaid, M per year Daily edition, postage paid I per year Sample copies of Tas Isteb Oceah will be lent on application. aWnd money in reglatered letter, mosey order, bank draft or by express, at oar risk, and be sur and Write the name and address of each subscrib er plainly. Address, THE. IITLK lauEAIV, Chicago, IU. HEW GOOIDS! NEW GO DS! AT G. R. PARKER'S. For Calicisps & Ginghams, GO TO 0. R. PARKER. For Bleached A Unbleached Muslins, (JO TO R. PARKER. Fur Sliecti.if-'s t Pillow Case Muslim., (iO TO G. R PARKER. For Blenched, I'nhlcacl.ed, Brown Lead (.'ijtured Cotton, GO TO (J. R. PARKER. Fur Table Linen, Napkins v TnweN, GO TO G. R. PARKER. For Nice & Cheap Dress Goods, GO TO G. R. PARKER. For the B-st A Clieapest Colored ,fe Black Cashmeres in Town, GO TO G. R. PARKER. For Black Silks A fsatins. GO TO G. it. PARKER. For Black Velvets fc Dress Trimmings, GO TO G. R. PARKER. For Bard A Plain Woolen Flannels, GO TO G. R. PARKER. For Casiiueres A Tweeds, GO TO G. R. PARKER. For Hosiery. Gloves ijfc Handkerchiefs, GO TO G. R. PARKER. For Childrena' Ladies' it Gentlemen' Under-car, GO TO G. R. PARKER. For Shawls A Blank.-ts, JGO TO G. R. PARKER. For Stockings A Carpet Yams, GO TO G. R. PARKER. For Oil Cloth, GO TO G. R. PARKER. IF YOC WANT To BUY CHEAP AND GOOD GOODS, JO TO G. R. PARKER. Sep. 27. Jan. L JOHNSON'S Blood Syrup WANTED.! New York City. Druggists sell it. F0R T-HE-FAL-L-SEAON- OUT 1882 I GEIS. F0STEH fic. QU1NN .v I,,. vv i:l s!''t !. 'r.': ti ii v i- i A - . ,. -1 , ., . . , , CAliPETS AND OIL CLOTHS. RUGS AND BATTINGS ! LACE CURTAINS AND CURTAIN STUFFS! U liid. will t.oi.1 at the LOWEST POSSIBLE EIOTJKES ! Special attention is called to our stock of . AENS, LACES AND BRAIDS! Including First Quality Germantown Yarn, Saxony, Shot land, Zephyr Yarns in all Colors, Smyrna, Pompa dores and English Art Crewel, and other FIRST-CLASS STOCKING YARNS! Lares of all Kind. Silk and Linen I!ralI., Featherrdge and R'ck-Rark Braids, Lp llraid. Linen and Silk F.m broldery Floss, Java, Railroad and Waflle (an Tas, Crochet Hooks, Xeetlles. ate., at GEIS, FOSTER & QUINN'S JOHNSTOWN. PENN'A. BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! In great variety, nice binding and low prices. My stock of school books embrace evervthinrr Inks, Rubbers, Crayon, Slates, Pencils, Scratch Books, Pencil Tablets, Note Books, Pens and Holders, Appleton's Read ers, Burt & llaub's" Grammars, Warren & Harper's Geographies, Swinton's Histories, Osgood & Buckwalter's Spellers, Brook & Goff's Arith metics, Ellsworth & Franklin Copy Books, and a full line of School Supplies. Also, Blank Books, Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Photo graph Albums, Autograph Albums, Box Papers, Gold Pens, Bibles, Reward Cards, Christmas Cards, Sliced Birds, A B C Books and Blocks, Paper Weights, Inkstands, Spectacles and Eye Glasss. Also a full stock of Drugs, Medicines, Chemical. Combs, Brushes, Perfumery and Toilet Articles ou shculd see ft Beautiful Lfc cf MiscefeeoisEocis M in Slat including all the Poets, in handsome binding. Any goods not in stock will be ordered if desired. C. TsT. BOYD, MAMMOTH BLOCK, SOMERSET, l'A LOUIS LUCKHARDT, JR., 10.3 Clinton Street, JOHNSTOWN, r-A.., OIALBB l WALT HANI, ELCIN, SPRINGFIELD, ROCK FORD, HAMOEN, HOWARD and SWISS WATCHES, in Cold and Silver Open-face and Hunting Cases, Key and Stem winding Watches. i HI! LINE EF CHOICE 1882. FALL AND Our Stock Is now Complete In I'Tery Department. Ladie's. Cloths, Flannels, and Sacqueings IX ALLTIIKXEW SIIADF.8. CASHMERES IN ALL SHADES AND QUALITIES. Mitt aid Siepli aril's HaiJs at all Pits. New RraidM in Wool am! Killc. Kmbroitloretl Cashmere and Silks for Trimiuiii in all the Xeff Shades. We also Carrj an Immense Stock of Blankets, Comforts, Quilts, Shawls and Coats. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF LADIES" !!! CH' HMOTMlGlQfMi Will cnrBeing our First Season We have only New and Stylish Goods to Offer our Patrons. We are the only House in our Line of Business that has Strictly ONE PRICE TO ALL, AND NO DEVIATION. GEO. KEIPER & CO. 255 & 257 MAIN STREET, JOHNSTOWN, PA. DR. C. P. LEX II ART tenders his pmfeaainRaJ nrvfce to tbe eitlxen of Sum tract aad vicinity. OflfcaOpposil Central HuuL tie. IS, 'i T0TICE. NKIr t berct.v Kivaa that 1. the oo.'r- Itcnad. HI not t raaunalMe fur anv debt cx-a-tntctad bv F. Wrav.r. uf th nrm nf (J. K. W.aver l 4'a .duing buinet at Bethel, Suicer. Mt aomotv. Fa. J. A. BOTEJL J. A. Boytr will eootioo. tbe fboiibat. baai. Maat in. uw Jalv n DM INISTRATOirS NOTICE. iai. ef Jarb Srbaekler, tat of Southampton townshi. Soowrtet eonaty, ra , dee a. Letter teetamen'ary ,ra the above wtate having been a ranted te the mdenlirned by the pmper aathnrlty. notira I hereby a I Ten to all peraun lndebte.1 to said estate o make Immeili ate payment and tboae ha vin a elalms arainal the aame to preeeat them duly aatbentienteil for ( tieaaeat. on Tbareday. Nirvember Su, MM. at the boae of laaaiei Everllne. In aald township. DANIEL. KVEKLJME. wot Exaeator of Jeoob SchneUler, dee'd. used in the countv. MUSHAL INSTRUMENTS WINTER. 1882. DJIIXI3TI.AT0R"S NOTICE. Kstata ef Juba fHwwaar. lata f Allegheny Twp.,JU LetteranT aMlmlR Btratk oa almve eetat bavin; been arrantxi tu the amlersiKced by th iiroper thorny, notice i hereby given v nil person In dented to akl eatate to make Immealiate pay ment, ami ihnae barlna claim aarainrt It to (ire aent them dolv aoth.nta'l a-ttletnent on Wedncwlay. Iwremlwr 20, lXt, at the late rel denreof the Ueireased. both. A.lminttrat..r. ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. fcUte of J Bradlimni. late ef Jliir.inl township, deeaed. Letter of administration on the above erte bavin Mn amntni te the nndeririaiied, by the prfKwr authority, notice is hereby given 'e thuae ln.libte.1 toll to mak. immeillaie payment an.1 tbi bavin! elalmur demand will present them duly authenticated lor ettlement, on Saturday, Deremtiera. Ii t theomof A. Evan. f-q. In Koe;wood, Mlltonl towaehip, gocneraet eounty, V JO.XATHA.f RHOADS. 0OT,i Admlautrator.