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The Somerset Herald.
EDWARD fTLL, Editor and Proprietor. WEDNESDAY. ..December IS, IMS- Washington and Dakot Territo ries are both applying for admission ae States of the Union, but it is doubtful whether either of them will be admitted during the present ses sion of Ccngrees. The Philadelphia Record announc es that Mr. Louis C. Cassidy of that city, will be the next Attorney Gen end, and V. S. Stenger, of Cham bersburg, Secretary of the Common wealth. About this time look out for squalls. The Supreme Court of the United States has decided that the Arling ton estate must be surrendered to the heirs of General Lee. The Uni ted States will now have to purchase it, or at least that portion occupied as a National cemetery. Before the election the defeat of Beaver was to be the death of Cam eron. After the election Cameron appears as "a lively corpse," and now the fight is to be made to elect a Democratic President in order to kill the corpse. Telegraph. Das Voorhees now says that he is in favor of civil service reform af ter the democrats are placed in of fice that is, he is in favor of keeping faithful public officials in office, if they are of his kind, and Dan has the majority t his back. The Philade'phia Times thiuks that the thoughtless shouters that Cameron is politically dead will be Idily made aware of the fact that he is the liveliest son 01 a ponuwu corpse ever picked out of a ruin. Cameron was a little shaken up, per haps, but no bones were broken, and lie has got back his wind. Inter Ocean. t!ov. McExery, of Louisiana, has backed down from the position ta ken by him, and Senator Kellogg has been awarded the certificate as a member of Congress from the Third district. The fact of Kellogg s election by a large majority was to apparent that the Democrats were compiled to concede it. The President in his message ad vises Congress to reduce letter post age from three to two centa. This reduction will probably cause a de ficiency in the revenues of the de partment at first, but it is believed that the increase in the amount of this species of mail matter, will, in a fchort time, make good any decrease in the receipts. Mr. Raum, Commissioner of In ternal Revenue, in his annual re port recommends the abolition of taxes on matches, medicines, per fumeries and banks, now yielding 18.T8S.233: also a reduction of special taxes on dealers in cigars and tobacco, making a total of $2S, 502,128. He also recommends the abolition of duties on sugar, now yielding $45,000,000. This would make a total reduction of over $73,-000,000. Congressman Campbeix, of this district, was at his place at the onenine of the session. He is one of the most punctual and industrious of Representatives. His vote is al ways recorded on one side or the other of every question that comes before Congress, and it is always to the side that he believes to be right General Campbell's manly adherence to his convictions was one of the things that led the people to give him such a handsome indorsement. AUoona Tribune. J. V. Bosler, (Hep.) late candi date for Senator in the Adams and Cumlierknd district, who, according to the returns, was beaten 137 votes by Wagner, (Dem.) has served no tice of contest upon his competitor. Bosler claims that he had a majority of 535 in Cumberland county, and that he carried Adams by 74. The papers in the case have been filed. The President has appointed Clayton McMichael, one of the own ers of the Philadelphia North Ameri can, Marshal of the District of Co lumbia. Mr. McMichael is a broth er of the late Independent candi date for Coogress-at -large, but earn estly supported General Beaver and the Regular Republican ticket thro' the columns of his paper. His ap pointuient is universally commended. Has anybody heard anything from George Washington Merriek, Levi Bird Duff, William McMicha-1, Charles Spyker Wolfe, or I. Dallas McKee since the election? If anyone has anything recent from this band of immaculate, spick and span "re formers" whose impassioned elo quence so lately thrilled the inuiti tude and reduced the Independent vote in this State, we should like to hear them tell it It can't be possi ble that these gentlemen are keeping still. Mercer Dispatch. there will be a diversity of opinion as to whether at present all the in ternal revenue taxes, except those collected from spirits, can be spared J there will be a substantial agreement on the point that all else, except those on spirituous and malt liquors and on tobacco, should be wiped out These three articles are not necessities but luxuries, and should be the last to be relieved of taxation, and with all the other taxes repealed, much of the necessary machinery and many of the officials employed could be dispensed with, and thus the expenses be largely reduced. His doubts as to the wisdom of a sweeping repeal of all these taxes, now being demanded by featherhead editors and politicians, will, we doubt not, be shared by a large ma jority in Congress, when the subject is coolly weighed and calmly dis cussed. As last year, Congress is urged to legislate in the interest of real civil service reform, and to provide a way and the means, to render a reform practicable. The session is necessarily a short one, too short in fact, to legislate carefully upon these important measures, but the country will ex pect an honest effort made to effect at least tax reduction and tariff re vision. Mr. Watterson, of the Louisville Courier-Journal, who was the author of the "tariff for revenue" plank of the Cincinnati convention, insists that it correctly represents the views of the Democratic party, and ridi cules the idea of Pennsylvania Dem ocrats posing as friends of a protect ive tariff. Speaking of the organiza tion of the next House, the Courier Journal says : "As to the elt-ction of Mr. Randall Seaker of the next House, he has just the chance of election that Tlie Evening Smokaluck has of going to heaven in one of its own coal scuttles. And as for Fenn- sylvania she and her Democrats may as well prepare to swallow the physic or walk the plank." That means business. All the Democratic papers in the State with but one exception, the Clearfield Republiean, ex-Senator Wallace's home organ, are in favor of the Democratic Senators uniting with the Independent Senators and electing John Stewart President pro tern. The Philadelphia Record puts the matter thus : "It is not to the interest of the Democratic party to assist in weld ing together the divided opposition. They should, on the contrary, u iden the breach by supporting Senator Stewart." Here the Democratic policy is plainly laid down. "Widen the breach" between the two factions of the Republican party and con tinue to "divide and conquer." Re Republicans who have the interest of their party at heart should ponder the situation well. If the party of Lincoln and Garfield is to be per petuated and successful we murt, instead of fighting each other, close up the lines and face the Democra cy with united front. "How wonlti Mr. Scull like to refer to the Hon. John Stewart as President of the Sen ate r CiinntercM. If so improbable a thing as the election of Mr. Stewart to the Presi dency of the Senate should occur Mr. Scull will, as he always has done, bow to the will of the majori ty. He will not bolt and kick and assist to betray his party into the hands of the Democrats, as did the editor of the Cuminereiul in the late campaign. After the reading of the Presi dent's message, Congress went vigor ously to work at bills to reduce in ternal revenue taxation, cheapen postage, revise the tariff, and im prove the civil service of the govern tnent If these measures are care fully considered, and judicious leg islation enacted, the present brief session of Congress will extort praise from the entire country. The increasing demands of the pension list is causing prudent mem bers of Congress to hesitate about too rapid a decrease of the Internal Revenue taxes. It now requires $100,000,000 to pay the pensioners already on the roll, and it is estima ted that $150,000,000 per annum will be required as soon as pending cases can be adjusted. It would be a mistake to abolish taxes now on articles of luxury, and be compelled to restore them again in a lew years. The Republicans in Pennsylvania and New York, who in the nanie of reicrtn" placed the Democratic par ly in power, already begin to reap their harvfit8orrowfully. Evea Geo. William Curtis cannot whistle loud enough to keep p his courage as he vanders tSruih t'i political grave yard he helped to fill. Sia always finds a fellow out and the dekal of General Beaver and Judge Folgw by Republicans were two of the onriest ina ever committed by the Repub Stcan party because of the reasons areijned. Itdr Ocean. There is a class of political hum bugs in this country who are going around just now claiming that the late Republican defeats were a "glo rious vindication of Garfield's mem ory." President Garfield's memory needs no vindication, and if it did the results of the last election were far from a vindication. The last election placed in power the party which President Garfield opposed from the time he first had a vote until the day be was stricken down by an assassin's bullet,and drove from power the party whoe most stead fast and contisteiit supporter he had ever been. The recent election gave new life and force to all the perni cious doctrines and political heresies which he bad so powerfully combat ted during his entire public career, and thrust aside those vital and glo- nous principles wnicn he had un swervingly held and maintained. The last ection dragged in the dust of defeat men who had fought by his side on the battlefield and who had manfully labored with him for the supremacy of the Republican party, and for hi elevation to the Chief Magistracy of this Nation, and placed the reins of political power in the hands of those men and of that party which but two years ago denounced him as a convicted thief," and a "bribetaker," and who, when abuse and lies seemed to fail, caJled to their aid the pen of the for ger, and laid the inf tmous Morey letter before the voters of this coun try. And yet the, charlatans go around talking about iU being a "vindication of his memory 1" r MtTcer Dispatch. Dcri.vg the late political canvass, when we, in common with other Re publicans, urged upon the people the probable injury to our industrial interests that would follow Demo cratic success, we were denounced as alarmists, were told that the tariff was not an issue in the campaign, and the declaration was constantly made that protection was as safe in Democratic as it was in Republican hands. Manufacturers and produ cers all over the State, who had millions at stake, stood idly by, ap parently lulled into security by this siren socg, forgetting that to the Re publican party they owed the maintenance of a tariff under which they have been so prosperous, and iermitted that party to be defeated, or joined in its defeat But a brief month has passed since the election and already the steel and iron in dustries of the country are paralyzed; mills are closing or are running oh half time, stocks of steel rails and other products are accumulating, wages are being Jargely reduced, and thousands of workmen, at the com mencement of a dreary winter, find themselves out of employment The mere fact of Pernocratc success has wrought this sudden change. Free trade journals and politicians are clamoring for a general reduction of duties, the boldest of them proclaim ing that the Democratic doctrine is a "tariff for revenue only," and sau cily and contemptuously telling Pennsylvania Democrats that they must accept this ultimatum or leave the party, as the Democracy can get along without the Keystone State. If the mere uncertainty of what is to come, has induced prudent busi ness men to curtail their business, husband their resources, and prepare for threatened evils, gome conception may be formed of the probable stag nation of all manufacturing indus tries, and the consequent suffering of the laboring classes, during the coming year, and until after the next Congress meets, when Democratic free-trade policy will be put in force by legislation. People who were misled by scheming demagogues, under the specious cry of "putting down the bosses," into assisting to overthrow the Republican party, may well in quire of themselves if they have not paid too dear for their whistle. The elation of the Democrats over the prospect of overthrowing pro tection to our domestic industries, will crop out whenever opportunity offers. The boldness with which the journals of that party proclaim its determination to destroy the pro tective features of our tariff system must be pleasant reading to mem bers of the party in this Slate who claim to bo as good protectionists as are the Republicans. The following from the New York World, the lead ing Democratic paper of the country, defines the position of its party on the tiriff question as follows: "The platform and the programme ot the Democratic party have al ready been laid down. They have been fought for by the World for 20 yeais, and they have been accepted, since the victories of hist week, iu these columns by men whose right to speak for the party nobxiy will deny, and by men who represent all sections of the country and of the party. There is nowhere in the par ty any sign of dissent from the opin ions thus announced. It may be ta ken for granted that the first work of the Democratic party will be the reform rf the civil service and the reform of taxation. There is no dis pute as to the measures to be taken to s:ure the first Senator Peudle? ton's bill is already before the Sen ate arid meds only a Democratic majority to become a law. Nor is Uire any real dispute as to the sec ond. The full and frank utterances of Mr. Randall in reply to questions put to him bv the World set the ex- Speaker on the tame platform with Senator Bayard and Mr. Carlisle, with ex senator McDonald and Mr, t ueker. A tariff for revenue is tU only kind tariJT contemplated by Vie Kstinxiuuium or permwme unner u. No man can claim to be a Demo crat whe considers it lawful for Con gress to levy customs dues for the protection of any private interest." From ear Bolsr Correspondent. WASHINGTON IaEXTKIt. Washington, Dec. 9. Congress has now been in session for one week, and there are indica tions of an intention to work and make op for the lost time of the Erevious session. One appropriation ill, the Indian, has been already passed, it being $274,200 less than the appropriations for the current year and $1,516,77G less than the estimates. The ways and means committee, at its meeting yesterday morning, unanimously adopted a resolution to proceed at once to the consideration of the tariff commis sion report, and to frame a tariff but The cleric ot the comittee was directed to prepare schedules of the rates now existing and ef those pre nared bv the commission. Mr. Bingham, of Pa., chairman of the House committee on postomces and postroads is engaged in the preparation of a report urging the importance of the passage at this session of Concress ol a bill reducing letter postage to two cents per hall ounce. Air. cingnam nas caneu meeting of his committee for this morning, at which time he will sub mit his views on the subject and en deavor to obtain authority to report a bill to the House. Mr. Flower of New York has made an argument before the judiciary committee in favor of his proposed amendment to the Constitution so as to give the President the power to veto specific items in bills appropri ating money while approving of other portions ol the measure. The first bill of the session in the Senate looking to the abolition of the internal revenue system was in troduced yesterday by Mr. Brown of ueorglU. xl 13 mo ium;uwu .m. Brown to force his measure to an issue at the earliest practicable time. The bill recites in preamble that it has been the policy of the United States from the earliest times to sup port the Government by a tax on imports ; that the internal revenue tax was a war exigency ; thai the exigency has long ceased to exiwt ; that a tax on imports affords inci dental protection to American indus try, and it concludes by enacting, First that the act entitled, an act to provide internal revenue to support the Government, to pay interest on the public debt and for other pur poses, passed tne thirtieth of J une, 1SG4, and all acts adding to, enlarg ing or amending the same, and all Roasted Alive. Elmira, N. Yn Dec. 6. The terri ble accident on the Lehigh Valley Railroad, at Rummerfield Station, forty-five miles south of here, occur-j red at 4 o'clock in the morning. A southbound freight train stood on a siding waiting for the north-bound express train to pass. Owing to a confusion of signals, the latter train was thrown upon this east track In the crash that followed the passenger locomotive mounted the freight wreck, and was in turn mounted by the express car next to it The fire occurred five minutes after the crash. Engineer Wharen, of the express train, received severe injuries, and his fireman, Davis, was probably fatally hurt Engineer Fauske, of the freight train, was pinioned in his cab. He saw the flames spreading around him, and called to the train hands to cut away the cab. His right leg could not be extricated, and it was evident to those about him that he must roattt to death. There was no water at hand with which to subdue the flames, and he met his death bv inches, but brtvely and with comparative calmness. Hours afterward his charred remains were found, and also those of his fireman. Leauder Kinsman. Both were from WaVerly, N. Y. Amongthe slightly injured are Baggage Master Smith and Express Messenger Lerch, of La-ston. The Wage of Steel Workers. Pitts bi'rg, December 7. This afternoon Secretary Martin, of the Amalgamated Association, received word from President Jarrett at Chi cago that the conference between the Bessemer steel manufacturers of that city and their employes "to fix a rate of wages for next year has been in definitely Mstponed. It is stated that this is the result of a determin ation by manufacturers to suspend operations after January 1st, until the report of the Tariff Commission has been acted upon. Pittsburg manufacturers refuse to confirm or deny this report Their employes believe there will be a suspension after the date mentioned. A High Opinion. Capt. John J. Dawson, late of the British Army, residing on Love street, between Mandeville and Spain this city, says he used St. Jacobs Oil with the greatest ossible advantage when afilicted with rheumatism. iew Orleans Times-Democrat, A Iiittle Girl Tiurned to Death. Easton, Pa., Dec 7. Word has jut reached here that a seven-year old daughter ol Mrs. George Tahuel, Kreidiersville, this county, was so badly burned last Friday night that she died in half an hour afterwards. The mother went to a neishbor's house, leaving her three little chil dren alone at home eating walnuts. As the oldest child was throwing the shells into the stove her clothing caught fire and she was horribly burned. I one was present to as sist the little one, and the cries of the other two attracted the attention use! .RJ. THE GREAT GERMAN REMEDY FOR PAIN. Relieves end carta RHEUMATISM, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, BACKACHE. HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE, SCRE THR01T, QCINSY, SWELLINGS, KrajAixft, Sort lie is. Cuts. Bruise, FROSTBITES, Bl'RX. Kt'lLIM, And all other bodily ache and pain. F!FTT CENTS I BOTTLE. (sold iijral! nrnrrtst and Dealers. IMreclioua la 11 lanKiiagrca. The Charles A. Vooeler Ce. (P n . A. YULK t OO. ) C. . . of neighbors, who arrived too late to laws authorizing the collection of save her life. The other two chil- internal revenue be, and the same are hereby, repealed, from and after the first day ot July, ltJv. It is evident from talks with niem bers that those who are in favor of tariff revision are generally well pleased with the report ot the tarili commission. llie ortnwestern members, particularly the Minneso ta delegation, who did not favor the appointment of the commission n the first place, and who maintained that the object was to defeat tariff reform, are now disposed to accept in the main the result ot iU labors The prevailing feeling azyrnnr. this class on both sides u laat the rec ommendations of the commission while, perhaps, not meeting all their wishes, are the bet-t they can exect 8nd they sav if a bill was brougl into the House embodving them they would vote for it without hesi tation These members generally oppose the repeal of the tobacco tax as they think its passage would interfere with the accomplishment of all they desire with respect to the tariff. bouthern members, as wt-u as Western and Northwestern mem bers, seem to desire tariff revision in preference to any other proposi tion to reduce the revenues of the Government. A Steamboat Horrr. The Presidect'jS message, which will be found in this issue of the Herald, ii a frank, businesa-like document, requiring no comment at our faaads. Its suggestions are so plain that all can comprehend them, and they will commend thamselves to all reflecting citizens without dis tinction ol party. With a coinage kf silver amount ing to over $123,000,000, of which $93,000,000 u stored in the vault of uie treasury, none wiU doubt the I gygArpsK, December 7.-Durin- sounanes m tne u?U'!i that fur-J the storm tUi morninga stock train, iner coinace hni!d be Tftm" and una woke assurider when OMur Memphis, on the (Central Rail road, and a dairy train and nofier stock train following dashed into the general heap. The St Louis express tram, going west, also dashed into New Orleans, Dec. fi. The boil er of the propellor Morning Star plying between this city and Mag nolia, exploded this morning at the Bcllair plantation. Of twenty-one persons on board three were killed eight drowned and six badly if not fatally, 6calded. The stei mer Sun bean was near by at once returned to the rescue and brought the wound ed to the city, ihey were sent to the hosmtal. Jack Johnson, white, the firemao and seven colored roust abouts were drowned. The killed are Henry Kaiser, Nancy Gardiner. colored, and a child named Joseph Simederin. The badly scalded are bugene rennywith the engineer James Ryan, boiler maker, Mary Miller, a colored passenger: rrank Holt and Wm Frantz, employes of the boat, and harah 1 oung. Butchered by Savages. Traif W recite. the silver certificates or note be re tired. The recommendation for the re- dttoUon of taxes, thus relieving the r-- ' " vi tifiuuc, ID L4. ii , . , .... wise and Umdy and will be endors- li ",uor'e "v siocx was nu j .w , , aora- e4 anj damage waa done to d by the people every where. While the rolling stock. Particulars have been received here of a slaughter by Juh and his band, near the town of Casas Gran des, in the State of Chihuahua, Mex ico, of Americans and Mexicans Juh, who, with his followers, has been committing various depreda tions for some time past, went to the ranches of the Politico of Caliano and some others and stole many head of sheep and cattle. 1 he Po litico and other sufferers then 2:1th ered a band of a'oout thirty men and started after the Indians. Thev came upon them before they knew Juh and his band were anywhere near and were immediately sur rounded by the Indians in the Arovo. The Politico, as soon as he saw the number of the Indians, which was over two hundred, dispatched one of his men for assistance. The man managed to set through the lines and reached Gallians. There he got together about seventy men and started at once for the scene of the troubles. Juh sent out a party who engaged them in a fiht and prevented the relieving party lrom joining: the Politico. The rescuers saw the slaughter of their unfortunate friends, but could do nothing for them. Every one of the roiiuco 8 party, with the exception of the man who went for succor, was butchered by the savages. The In dians then retreated to the Sierra Madre. When the friends of the victims went out to bury the dead they found not far from the spot where the massacre occurred the bodies of five Americans, who had also fallen victims to the Indians. Two of the Americans, it has been since learned, were from, Grant county, New Mexico. Their names were James Biggs and W. McDowell. They had been in Chihuahua for gome time, purchasing cattle, and were men on their way home. It was Juh and hU hind who some time ago murdered several promt ncnt citizens of Chihuahua. dren were uninjured. A Trio of Vronic'l MaitleuH. Reading, December 5. Jnc. Hen ry, a farmer of this county, brjught his three daughters into court yester day as the plaintiff's in three sepa rate actions for breach of promise of marriage. Ihe cases of the elder sisters, Amanda and Amelia, were at Once proceeded with. The defend ants are Edwin Ueita and Monroe Leiby, cousins, of Lehigh county. The father claims several thousand dollars damages. There is hardly an adult person living but is sometimes troubled with kidney difficulty, which is the most prolific and dangerous cause of all disease. There is no sort of need to have any form of kidney or uri nary trouble if Hop Bitters is taken occasionally. We present no pretended miracle. "Truth is mighty and must pre vail" No sophistry can withstand the power of its honest utterances. Editor of Evtuing Preti: D Sib. Feeling deeply grateful for the grot benefits which I hare received from the ase or a rery valuable article which hat Its origin and h .me in our beautiful city, and hoping it t others who are afflicted as I hare been may fin 1 like re lief frutn lis use, I bog the indulgence ot a few lines in your valuable paper for the privilege of eommonicalins; to yon a brief statement of facts, for the benefit of the multitude of sufferers to be met with on every side. 21 any of my friends well knew that I have been very severely afflicted with heart disease for a number of years and have suf fered from it as only those can suffer who have that disease; it reduced my strength so low that I could scarcely walk across my room, and the least exertion rendered me so short-breathed that I dared scarcely move, and life seemed very bur densome. I was treated for my maUv'y by the best physicians an J derived no benefit f-oa their treatment or prescriptions until I was advised by my lamily physician to nse Hunt's Remedy, as my trouble was caused by inaction of my kidneys, which affected very seriously the action ot my heart. 1 commenced taking it, (having little tilth in it or any other medicine,) and It has help' ed me. wouderfully, and I am now a great deal better, ami have been ever since I began Its use, In fact I have taken no medicine that has bene- Ated me so greatly. My breathing is easy, and I have gained iu sir eg i h so much that I am able to do my housework. I cheerfully recommend Hunt's Kemedy to all who may be allUcted as I have been, or who are suffering from general debility and nervous prostration. Respectfully, NE3. A. O. ROCKWELL, Pearl street. Providence, R. I. A staudard medicine for curing Brighl's Dis ease, Dropsy, KUney, Bladder, and Glandular Maladies, hi Hint's Kkkioy. Female Weak ness, Pain in the back and loins. Gravel, Dia betes, Intemperance, Kxcess, and Prostration of the nervous sj stem. are cured by Hunt's KauitDY Hcit'i RnwT imparts health and vigor to the constitution when it has become debilitated. Hcst's Rkmldt restores the Invalid to health. FOR SALE. Th: v At Eockwood, Somsrssi County, Junction B a ( K. R. and S. fc U. K. K., all that certain property known as the u Eagle Hotel, Including outbuildings and Blacksmith Shop, d O s 2- o w Ye WITH Possession April 1, 1S43. Fr terms, c, ad dress H. A. H IM dec 13 Attorney at Law, ItiO 4th Avenue. PITTSBURGH, Fa. D IiSSOLUTIOX NOTICE. Ihe insurance firm of Wilkinson. Voore a Trout has tbisdy Keen ilissolred by mutual con sent, and the business will bo continued by .ooure a Jordan, to wnoin ail outstanding premiums mast be paid. J. S WILKINSON", W. F. MOOKfc, deelS T. J. TKOU I'. $25 Reward. Stravrd 'or stolen from the mountain range en Laurel Hill, twemv-one f lshrt. having a uiee or half penny oji of t e underal ie of Hie rtxm ear. and a small T with tar on each hip and n each side. Or some he tar marks are entirely ru'bed off. Any pera dropping m a cant to Likonler P. t.. givinK lotoriua. ion wn- re all or part of them can be found, will eonler a favor anl be paid tor their trouble. I wlllavfxa lor tne conviction ol any person of stealing nit sheep from the range or chanlng them with n-mnls. deelMt JOHN TALLilA.f. o 'J- -? . The Lirntt.1 Cim. ! , 1;':','- i Kej'dciog with it., r-,i.. ' whieh rclxn tbrutch.ot " r.ianfK. iisrll at ti.e K' nes jear eoj.. iLg iu ": aii-iil pnwperuy a.io pn?lllr ' eral euiil tbi.ruoi:,'j Si' and valuable. Tae lirr. ' to be the best nnd frnn ' ' c. It has Its own lir.,., ' . Wn, it uses tue cabli.-s 1rc,' ' World lor the new, pric:ir(r 4 tells what is wc rtl I; L into bright short pir.r.r j fresh, eh'.ti-e, varied au i n aide ia evtry rtieet. ' '. )ovel ihe largest cin-ui...., a pie. It 111 ten. Li to la n,, Tit Tatars is the -ri(;i0 (,f First Come First Served. Special Holiday Offer. I offer fur the next 30 dajs to put op Fine Drcoratire (Vilinirs In Distrmper at f 5.00, the cam tbat 1 get $ 10.00 fur in the city. Any one wishing anjtliiuir iu this line will save 100 per rent, by leav ing ordei at the Somerset Houe during the aext 30 days, where samples r my work may be seen. 1 use nothing but bet materials, ami guarantee to do the work in a first rlas manner. My de sign are all fresh and original. I make a specialty of deeoratire ehnri-h work. Remember, tbis offer is for 30 days from date only. W. FRANK GAUL. liee. 13-4t. El -2 If IB Hi iff ' c i u . n or f i i i. a ... i . - a ia-,- puldic i:ood. It kn..w Bl w. ' of the people. j Th Tkibi ,ie be!:svs , . ' country alii oe best pre,, 'eminent iu Krpu n. All u I be I lev in Ki:g iiu!, 11 ,. , . Oifi-e. It h.is d.mi! h .ri w !. " " : risss. In -tf.rt iopu-ry i0. ' ' i It expects tueoulitue in tlli: . ' ' whenever this a..y ,..., Ilr " f tbat this Is the true r a i w . . : succcm in li. j L ery year hk im: er a ;i w i reuiiuni 1. ,.. lri ;' ui-.rU. Tne l-:riia u i4J' 1 , tuber the paper or tne ' ' n-rioer. I A SpIanrJid V orjTfur - i For isi-:t Tn Tb:bi vf ,,- j XlMII. - .!. . I m s.s.it mi.i,, ;..k. 1 V..I.. M trausii, bound in eiaii. Hi i ..' lnvnriai'io pri----ol l. L NX pnysi lau ol .V; ,rjj 4 punlisliwl h m ei, Ku ; r rtS"j bousx uuse of Willi r, , ' ble i..pic r-Uitn l. u,. , l ol the liUiU'iu tt.iy :-i et..l. 1( 1 s ALESMEN WANTED! S ilary and ex- oenses paiu. iea.y employment. Write for terms. CH.SE RKOTHERS. Nurserymen, kocbesier, X . V. dec 13 3m r CLARK JOHNSON'S sa - jm a a hsismsi h aawaaai a. a as s a s s - x' Cures all diseases of the Stomach. Liver, Bowels. Kidneys. Skin and Blood. Jlillions testify to its efficacy in healing the above named d iseases,and pronounce it to be the BEST KEMKUY KNOWN TO MAN. Guaranteed to Care Dyspepsia. G3FAGENTS WANTED, m Laboratory, 77 West 3d street, New York City. Druggists sell it TRAOC MASK, Rl Potthtows, Pa., Anirutt 21st. 1W. Dr. Clark Josnto.- I was troubledwith Palpitation of the Heart, but sir.ee usm your Indlnss mm! Sty rap 1 have received much relief. JaUOH KOLB. A $30 WATCH GIVEN AWAY f SANTA CLAUSE IS COMING! Here are His Headquarters. . Paul (j. Nowag's Cheap Store, Berlin, Pa. Q I have just received a car load of Holiday Gool.-, ami have jut what yon want. Call aiid convince yourself that I offvr the InrRe-tt selection, the be-t K'l"at lowest prices. Your attention is called to the followitii; siieciai b:iraitis. To reduce stock I have reduc ed prices. BAKU 151 IS CLOTH I NU. Men's full suits at $3 87, worth $ 50 Men's black suits at $4 87, worth $i 50 Men's fine suits at $j Z' worth $3 ,r0 Melt's fine all wool suits at $S, worth $11 00 Men's overcoats at $3 25, worth $4 50 Men's Beaver overcoats at $7, worth $9 SO Men's extra fine overcoats $12 75, worth $16 BAKOAINS 15 BOOTS AJ1 SHOES. Men's stoga boots at $1 7", worth $2 50. Men's stupi boots at $2 3o, worth $3. Men's kip boots at $'5 6i, worth f 1 50. Boy's boots at $1 4o, worth $2. Boy's tup sole at $1 95, worth $2 50. Women' lace shoes at 80c, worth $1. VToniers' button shoes at $1 10, worth $1 50. Extra good bargains In ladie's shawls and niillinerv zootbt All shades in firtorv vain. Shetland, Saxony and Uermantown varus at 7 c-nt.i iter nnnce. in iewelrv. watches shirts of ail descriptions, gloves, hosiery, etc., I offer tbe finest selection at lowest cash prices. In addition to oifcnnK the public the best selection of k-khIs at nrices lower than the same quality can be bought elsewhere. 1 will present to every purchaser of one dol lar's worth or more one ticket entitling them to one chance in an elegant genuine $30 00 American lever five ounce silver hunting case watch. Drawing to take place at woon o n the 32J dav of February, 133. Remember, every purchase amounting lo one dollar or more entitles vou to one ticket. Kov -ft JEGAL NOTICE. To Caroline Miliar, f widow) Wm. K. Millr, Kae Ml ler. Jotaa F. Miller. I'.irrle J Miller and Ittarlah U. Miller, residing in Fisher, 'm paiirne county, lIliDots, and J. S Miller, resld 1ns; in Foster. Iientn county. Indt nv heirs and leval representatives ot Aamn Xliler. lute of New tjemreville borough. Somerset county. Pa., deceas-vl . You are hereby notiued that in pumi tnce of a writ of partition issued out of the Orpli -n-' '.ourt of Somerset county. r"a.. I will hold an inquest on the real estate of Aaron Miller, deceased, at his late resilience, in New Cenrrevllle homujrh, onthel'ith day of January, where you cn attend if you think inr. JOHN J. SPAXGLFR. SHKatrr'a Os-nca, Sheriff. Nov. 22. ISta i L EGAL NOTICE. To Harriet Brant, residinsrln Oxford. Juhnson H. low. William Pisel. Amanda !rn, L.u-lnda Hayman. Philip Pisel, ar.d Sarah Pis -I (the latter a miwr) children ot .Maria Pisel. deceas ed, and Samuel Pisel. hu'lian-t of silj Marl Pisel, deceased, resklina; in He.! font eounty. Pa.: Rudolph Keller, resulintr. In Bedford eoun tv. Pa., Albert Keller Charles Keller. Koir-el Keller, and John Keller, residing; in Johnson county, Iowa, children of Catharine Keller, deceased, and Qeonre Keller. huband r,f said Catharine Keller resldlns; In Johnson eonntj, Iowa: Kudnlph Statl-r resklips; In 4'umtwr land, tad ; Lueinda Brant. resMins; in Johnson aounty, Iowa.; Jane Karkley. rest iin in Alle gheny towishlp. Somerset county. Pa : Laura Bell Barkley. Ida Iipe. Charles lue. and Allien Laue. (the last tnree 6- lan minor-) chil dren ot Louisa Lepe. deceased, and John Lape, hushand ot said Loisa Lape, deceased, all re sidins; in Bed for. l county. Pa., heirs and leie-1 representatives of Catharine Hoon. lateof Al-lea-henv township, Somerset county, Pa., de- necrasw. You are hereby notified that In pursuance ot a writ of partition issued out of th Orphans Court of Somerset. county. Pa.. I will hold an Inquest on the real estate of Ca'harine Hoon, decensed, at her late residence in Alleirhenv towns -lo Somer set eoumy. Pa . on the 11. h day of January, ls3, where you can attend if vou think pr p-r JOHN J. SPANUI.KK. Sheriff's Office, ) Sheritf. ilec. f. las-i. i 5. a fl T. J-rH .r g"Zf':'S ir.. stiii.wttivLi mm III L. r I (iwi,nieucopiP,..i i. e fJ 1 1 '-. ' Hoi .,.. ,(. m r V. w ' - tye,,i-soi int. ,"' - 2 u ft w H 2 ten and picture, k ii. i hral-:u w .en 1.... mi i l.. . j rt-(aine.l. Ii ex. d.i Hi. j it wil save m.i y a hutnu . of eUtftirtlltf 1,11 1 afiXH-:;, . J,M ' j it will pay lor He-, li m a !a U l. , j are: ! Wuon's II. ; :,,. , p i th.M,l t ni,.) ,L'. a circular with fall ,, sent on ai'plicauoo. AChar.C3fGr0r77.ai. Hurfu the summer ( : maite tue pe leriin.m or . hl. i lia ; , i K r. V s 1 j . , ' Uk.Ii tuei i,ua art uro-.Ti-. :, ,! la continue.i one year. i',Je r , . fcry 01 tiitt t'oiteo: t tt... tr ; tltuetotne perenc .lav, " auaur'i..ii .1 r-re-iiri-:k Ar . ' ocuive, 7.a pair- s. rtie rer ., seud i'h v abK.v iaioi .,".. History ..ra. widi-ii isoiii. .'. ., Weailli seu.l ls ki l . year, and tno Ki.-i. r , ! r-i pay the postage. V- O J. VI CD o DMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. estate or Jacob Fradlirum. late of Milford township, deceased. Letters of administration on the above estate havliur been granted to the underslvnei, bv the proper authority, notice is hereoy given 'o those Indebted to it to make Immediate Davment. and thosw havlna claims or demands will present them dnly authenticated tor settlement, on Saturday, ueeemnerxi. l-x. at tneotneeor A. Evans. Km). In Koeawood, Mil ford township, Somerset county. Pa. JONATHAN KHOAPS. novl Administrator. A DMIXISTRATORTS NOTICE. Estate ef John Glessner, late of Alleirhenv Twp..dee d. Lett ersof administration on above estate having; been irranted to the undersiuned bv the uniuerau. thorny, notice U hereby civen to all persins In dented to said estate to make lru mediate pay ment, and those havins; claims asrainst it to pre sent them dulv autbenfiea.! for settlement on Weilnestlav, Iteeember 'JO. lsK. at the late resi dence ef the deceased. HERMAN LONCI, nova. Administrator. An Encyc!opidia h ;; ThsTkihi'se his r?-'i.-i- Tli I.lbrnrT of I MlurMi tt"U; l .i a -ilit. ,. ii . i r vrui. ! tlie trvMi- .-M ,i. i . it , thr wnolrj tn Kinaf j: i, urjirf frTcr;isin tn-j,nv . ;,u... -Vr H r: Thf LihpirTnf 1(,iv-r-r i K- t W'KKKLV lHiMlk'Uii. ,.r. Wuri rm '.Hi - ViC. K(. h W 1 II t-ll C iUri A 1 rls& We.. yr ir. one yritr y'jy. Young's Bible Cancr. This famous Worlceoni.tij;;. ; pai,-s, j ori-liially ;.'i 1 ic.oner. is,. n-l was -. ; . i 'olK-.r 'a .-e and one e .;ir ul -j Tlkiit . fc. ne j-ars - r ! T: r with -ne c,.ov ol I'm K - llilrsl'.'tliviH,;i,.r (,,,. , ten copi.s ol file, '.tal. . year U r Jli. An Unabridged CIct; 111 I R) BL'SE mil! sei.t v,S llictionary, or orces r's 1'u. : -retnitmisj l'J for the li.-i.ir , lv Tsisi SK lor five ,.r": ary aud Th Smi-'I e kiI I. fciBi ss one year. A Portrait cf Gars. Ths Tribusk will sn I to l t. Iiortruit ol 1), UmI.I JS UM(ie- tn -lir. t..r p trl r ' c-n cu; t ch re a h u.- r: -: mire luily. .m l tuitf e t-i i tr- ea Ji'iiaawn. -1 u, . pURf. JC SALE OF- Pursuant to an order of the Orphans' Court of Somerset cunty, there will be sold at public sale, on tlie premises, on Saturday, Dec. 30, 1832, at 1:30 o'clock p. m., a tract or land situate In Queiuahomna township. Sorner-'et county Pa., (with a small piece thereof In Shade uwnsh p.) ad lidnit lands of Jaeoh Berkehde. Jno Welnle. iMrs. Levi- tlber. Jno Hoover. Henry Oelrel. Jos. Meyers and others, eonta-nins; about l'Jij acres. f which at out t4 acres are cleared, and s-jtne tim ber on the balance, A two story Frame Dwelling ilouse, orrhanl, eonM.-tin of apple, cherry, nJ peach trees, eto., m trie premiers; lciel atxut out hftlt mile fmm the town ot HuoversvtUe; d-ovcul-eat to cdarcbes, scbuo.fi, iu:. D M I XISTR ATOR S NOTICE. EaUteof Jftffib 'SchneWer, late of Southamptoo ! TERMS 2 vuwosnip, i-rOaucr:s cuunty, rk , uec a. lettera tentametiarr f-n the alvire efrtAts : Ten rr cnt. f thm hneehftm, num. v Inh. 1.1 bavins: been Kranted to the m.lerslirned hv the ' on .lav of sale: aas) (I amount i...i .! ..i proper authority, notice is herehy aiven to all sale) on April 1, 1oj3 wheu oeeil will lie delivered persoos lndelite.1 to said estate to make lmme.ll- I and possession aiven: the balance In two equal ate payment ami those having clsims avaiust the 1 annual payment, with interest from date ol sale: same to prevent them duly au hentirated lor set- tue deterred payments to he secured by judgment tlement. on Thursdav. Novemlwrsu. lss-i. at the bond house of liantel Kverllne. in said townshto. win ir.L. r.i kiklin e. oct26 Executor oi Jacob Schneider, dee'd. PUBLIC SALE OF tse are now puMishw; a scries of Standard and Popnlar works that we believe will be found t!-e i a. :.i- CHEAPEST AND BESTmrzt, : tipc, on good paper, aud very attractively bound in cloth, makins; them an ornament lorsiiv i.ibnirv. Weare also publishing anew series under the name of "Lowell's Library " tiiat civea all theU'-t Ciirrent sn.l Mandard Kittiim at prices equallv as low as m any other torni. iTWtcod. however .f the iari.'u nnnrw prims rues we nave auotitea a a w sr- srm IF are 1 m PI A HI? nenl lauo size, with handsome cover, Dsfsfl9 tmm V Isa 1 ItlMUaa iui.iic laa-e. clear type, mostly Umg primer, and making each number worthy of prceervauou. luciuuuniiuc (oraBiiKiui me uumiien so isr uvnea ui Jiandaoma 12mo vols.. Large Type, Paper Covers. I. Hvpennn, lAinirfellow, t! I. (Mitre-Mor. Ixmgfeliow, .30 . 'I lie iipy boy, . . .10 4. Anie, l;y lijoriuon, , .10 A rmuKeiiUeui, . . .10 ).. I of the Mohicans, JjO T. t'lvtie, by Hatton, . JtO s. The Moonstone, Psrt I, .10 it. lm. hy Collins. Part 11, .10 la. niiver Twist, Dickens, .0 'Ihe CoDiine ltare. . .10 li. 1-eila, by lrd Lyttrm. .10 13. 'I lie Three Spaniard, ,j 14. ThrTrirksof thelin-eks I nveiied. by liomliu, .20 15. f.'Alioe C'onstantin. . . lti. Krerkies. by Kedcliff, . .SO I.. '1 be llsrk t olleen. . js) IK They Were Married 1 . .10 Ul. beelters after Uod, ))y Parrar. . . . J 0. The Spanish uo, by Detuincey, . . .10 21. The Green Ifountain Boys, . . , . 22. Fleun-tte. by Scribe, . jjo SX becond ThoughU, by Broughton, . , J30 4. The New alaedalei., . M 5. Divorce, by Miss Lee, to tn. Life of Washington, . .20 27. Social Etiqnette. . .15 2a. single Heart and Doa ble Face, by Keade, .10 .JO .SO X. The Cn'titoOTim. Verne .10 'M. Life of .Marion, by Horry ond V vcuis, , .80 HT. Psul and irginia. . .10 Tale of Two Cities, : .80 a. The Hermits. Kiwrsk-y. JU 40. An Adventure iu Tiinie and Mamsv'e of Mot- ra Fergus, VVrn Black .10 41. Marriage in High Life, Jf 42. Kobin. by .Mrs l arr, . jaf i. Twoon a Tower, Hardy Jo 41. Ifasseuis. by Johusou, .10 4.".. Alice, by I.yttnn. . . .80 4i. Duke of Kaudoe, . . J2D 47. Biu-on Munrlisneen. . .10 4H. 1'nnceiwof Thnle, lllsck .) SM. The Secret Dispatch, JO) 60. Earlv Dsts of Cbrmti- nuy, by Farrar, PL I .20 PpUrce Boroed at Indiana. the wreck. No neretm was iniorml. Bedford, (ni., IJecemW 6. Shawnee Collpge ten roileg from here, waa buraetl on Muniay night, with its museum of curiosities, val ued at $10,000. . Vice Versa. F. Anstey, HI. Emeet Maitravers. Si. The Haunted Hoase and CsJderon. Lvtton .10 83. John Halifax. Muloek, Jd St. t)UU Leagues op the Am. aaon, by Julia Verne, .10 EXTRAORDINARY r.HPAP nnnifA. The ful lowing are a partial list of books now ready ; they are neatl printed on ", pai-T-r, mm Terr attractively norma tn cioin. friee OO cents each. yperlon. nr Lomrf ellow. I Th TJark Cnllasm. Seekera after Crod. Ey Canou Farmr. The Green Mountain Boys Plourette. By l-.UKeoe .serine. Second ThouKhta. Broughtun The New Maytialen. Divorce. By Marvan-t Lee. Life ef 'Viraahinjrton. Irene. By 1'arT Dclr Vioej Veraaw By P. Anstey. JohsBahfax. IfisaMulotk. Auione the neW books to which we desire to call attention are - A new edition of Canon K.rrar's great work. I , . m,mmm AMfta aUXJr Has Ib&AS if ail a. Chaa. Dickens' Complete Works. 15 Vol umes, 12mo, doth, gilt, and half calf . W. M. Thaokerar's Complete Works, H olumes. LJiuo, cloth, rilt. and half calf. George Eliot's Complete Works. 8 Volumes, VJmo. cloth, gilt, and half calf. Plutarch's Lives of Illustrious Hen, S Volume. ICroo, cloth, gilt, and half calf. Bolline Ancient History. 4 Volumes, tamo, cloth, gilt, ami half calf. Charles Knifrht'a Popnlar History of na land, 8 oiuinea, nimo, cinth. gut top. - Maranlay'a History of England, ft Volamcs, Umo. doth. till. Lowell's Series of Bed Line Poets, 40 vol- VDerion. Br Lomrfellnw Ouue-iMer. By Loorfellow. The Happy Boy and Arne. Jr'rankensUea. By bueliey. Clytie. By iiaUnn. The MoOBStnns. R fnllina The CominsT Kace. Lyttou! The Threw Spaniards. The Tricks of the Creeks unveiled. Kouert HouUiu. L'Abbe Constantin. i recitlea. by keuciiff The Giant Raft. Verne. Two on a Tower. Hardy Princess of Thule. Black. Iofe of Jktarion. By Horry and W reins. The Hermits. By Kinjley. Duke of Kandos. Matliry. KastLynne. Mrs-HenrrWood Jane Eyre, t'hartntte Bruuie, Jtobin. By Mrs. Parr. Marriatre in Hica Life. Admiral's Ward. decs. HE.XRY flEISEL, la.. Administrator of Cathariue tleisel. E XECUTOll'S NOTICE. YaluaMe RealEstats. The unilersigned administrator and trustee for the sale of the re il es atei.f Freilcriek J. Youn- I kin, lateof 1'iiper TurUeyfoot ti.wnshlp, Soiner- j set county. Pa., deceased, wilt ottdr tor sale, at i public outcry, on Lsiate of Josiah Lambert, late of SPjnyrreek l wp., somerset w., ra., nee d. Letters testamentary on the shove estate havins; been granted to the undersigned by the proper authority, notice is bereny given to ail persons Indented to s.il.1 estate to ma Ke immediate payment, an.lth.e having emsa4 dnst the same will present them duly auihrrti-ate. li.r settle ment on Saturday. January 13, 1SK3, at the late residence ol laid deceaaeo. Lfc iSC. LMHEKT. lee a rseeotr. Til K tkik; at:. i ne un.iersigne.j wi'l apply at the nezr. sesllm Inrthe p"i-.;-horizitig and reuirniitlie .a: ; Mare rranrer to au.iii ;.i..l fi; (ieora-e H. ut.-y. ol S..tner"fi rent etc..oueiiiin ..r the . in Berlin, in ihe c untv at rv? . t'apcains B. wtes and miv.I r .n their .-ummand uu, leg tti- t-c- OV. . Jl-.Ul.vr-- OTICE. Jobs J. "SrEiCHictt ) s;. i vs " Maktha rii( rim. iirr. r- The uti.le!sii;ned ennui-si' r.f the C urt to take the lei'iin n . tacts with an otnuion in 1 1. parties in inter s. at i.i ui e on Friday, the li b..f iieeemi-r. r a. m., to Uin:iiari(e his ou;i.--. Nov. a. i dmixiti:atiiv?. laUii) ot Frvilerirk J. Y nnf:- Trk" tMt rnwrj." 1st tern of irtituiiiisitHi ito 4. l.--bkVTiiiK Hen sfrnM ti tn an ' uroju-r aotbofii-v, n;i't i hr-nr'-' inlettsi to th tti'i -"r-s w psymenl. an t thr hAVtnir ! AjftitiiM ft to jiiirw-Tit thm iat' J"'-wirlv-mt-nt. at th uif.' rt-m if i oo Sttturlay, tiieavih ) v i !'":' IN KS:,fcr 1 SAX WeteJay, ltate 20, 1332, N0' riCE; ? VII l AU T ie ua.l.rslvned will apolv to the next Leais- ) JJUJUUlJUl (JU, lUJa, lature lora spei-ul act r.r i.imw-lf and oibers or at 1 o'clock p. m.. at the court house in Somerset. 1 urnlehlp provisions, etc . to Pennsivanla emer- rs, tne i.ni..winii real esi ate, late the property f "-."""'"-, CT..u.uieie-i ..j,.im j. ukui said deceased. , asd Win. M. k-hrock iu the year l.t: said deeease.. The farm and homestead of the deceased, situ- 1 ate In the township county and State atorasnl.1, 1 adjolnlns; binds ol Charles Meyer Alexander Khoads and B F. ClrvinKer.entainlna Yii arms more or less, alaiut 100 acres cleared, the italanire In timber, wPh stood house, barn and other out- ' bullillDK" thereon I This pmpertv is In a food eommanity. eonv-ni-! ent to schools an-t eburclies. and Is in a hih state of cultivation. ami is a desirable borne. Mineral I rights under said land excepted. Berlin, Dec b-4-i. U. kKlSlNGLK. Valuable Farm FOR S-A.LE. of Christianity 'VnTS, l oi. umo, cloth, rtit, .... Si.oo bait calf, : ; ; : i.o OB half. ThiasditioD is printed from large, clear eood psper.and very attractively bound. 1 can edition will snake a very handsome Christmas present for your Cleiwymsn or Suiuiay-bchool feat-her. Tee above work is also ssmjed in S rola, ..i trrmt paper tartars, ssno.au, ixjrelt s laornrj garly Days of Christianity, by -CWcrrar, - - Art . Aba, rtenayrmUUmtd: Divorce, an orLrinal Novel, by 2Csr-a-aret Lsew 1 VoL Umo, neat psner cover. voi. nono, ciorn. Black ana ffoKL umew Of all the best works of the world's srent Poets, Tennyson, Hnakespere, Stilton, Meredith, Imrelow. Proctor. Scan Rvmn IaiiIa aus. s uu, MMBCMirnrm wataloquk wtll be best ox application, A nowarfnl S niasli an KmJ itMllffKrwItii a nk. jF imporiarjcs at ue present day ?C2wT Wt X67SX& PaWlsliers. 14 4 16 Vcse7 Et, Tew 7ozh . 11. lflUlstill, Agent, Nomerset, Pa. Tr-at valualde property known as the J. B. i CrirchBel.l farm, sttua e u the line ol the .m creet a Dsmlina Kaiirou.l, tn .Mill.f.1 townslnp, ... H.l ........ 1 . I . - . ; ... . One. half cash, the balance In two eoual annual ' ZZZZTLZ: . - "'ul"'1 "CTO' isayuicuta, miss siinifes, sue WllsXtlll pu rf-IH sssj ' tuouey to be curd u th rent ec-a'e hy jalif- ! mrnt exeicptloD ntrs 1woy pr rnt. tt l 1 paid on tly til sale. hmUneo when ml Lt (MoltriD- -":.'.TT VkTV"' n-l!l"- bank barn and otberou-hulldlni,. therc.n erect rt JhniC:eIir..!Iti xti .' r'"'heB sud sc0o..s Th-re is mi open h .nk ..f dministrator and Trustee. ; No , ,BV (llrinir . lt,K,rh m. .111 - . Hurl tbis a z d npenlns: VVU1 be -old on ea y KOHKasKT MAKaiKT , .erms. A oi ly tv or ali--a I J B 'BITCHFILn. Corrsetsd by Oooa a BssaiTW I dee. ft. MlUorvl Station, S-niers, n 'u.. Pa. osaLsss is . A VALUABLE Fi' ktinn il th Pto.lfrfk li'u'UJi; in t"r r'ir,riTf.t town'.:? T P.. tt iriiu Ltn-I vt 'ivrr t U hurt, lt, Fil!lv, n ! .-rvr ' r. mrw r l. ftt-.H li id K-4tl otruitiv in ii t ; ' hri; 1- nT(,ns'nt t- r"- mhm;ii. nJ ia xnl nm,.d " ! thriii erpfi-.i a I- h -u- ,i KT trmfj 4Ql further p rt j- :: on k. S , I iM- ' for sa: The unite-slitned ofieri i..r f. ' -able If oto! In rh borah of CtHiCnn.. Rtifriki .Muitm.. opttu Ii rri. '. 1 itralnr !!i.r' ttMtr n. or Mary t. UiiU .-U'j er L.ME! hll Ttei Stcry Bwsllii Eonss, Hot. Vm, CHOICE GROCERIES, FLOUR & FEED ! A OIFT TOEVEltV SUIISCKIHEIt. Apples, dried, fl Applebutter.fi gal Hran. f 1' 0 ft Butter, V (ke) (roll) Buckwheat ft bush meal, loo t Beeswax V Bacon, shoulders, fl " siiles, - " country hams, x? a... Corn, (esr) new fl bushel (shelled) old" " meal ft k Ckli skins, f aas, fidut Flour. f bbl Flaxseed, ft be. (60 a.) Hama (soKar-eureu) fl a Lard, fl t Leather, red side, ft B - simer, - kip. Mlddlinica, and chop 100 (sat, fl ba potstoeafha (n-w) Peaches, dried, ft Rye. ft bu Ras, Salt, No. L f bhl extra e C) round Alum per sack.. Ashton per sack Sutrar, yellow ft .... whit. w Tallow, fl a Wheat. bu Weel, fl t .. 7fr 10c .."; ise ... 1 M .. 1 mat ' .... aw ! ... . is ' This wtTer I. sstsMle ky Use IVew York Observe!, The KurTalo Vai'ey Lime will -ell. until tun her onlert '.. lb-? f II twloa rates: At cents per i-uhel 1 -f -at I cents p'r t-ush.-l n,r pv i car eiad: at II eets p-r I ll statiim i.n lite Be-lio Kail-.' bu.-hel ileliven-d at .Vlerer-. SLd at 1'' cents uer t.u"ti I... railroad st4ti a Iu sfi,er er -tboe un the S.mees..t a ( 'am' ment can tw mate to the Itii..i Jubn L NL l..r, at Krie.i-n. W. H. hl.HHl'a &c S..iivret HarrtsiiD fny.l. r. at K.-s-i. i'.anb e a, a t i.r ett San sei.l. Midler near Mejersh'. W musi depend u.. Inn- tllne our soil. (v:er It n" in! wben neetled. Order from Frau fnri ... li'lc tbeoklesr and best of the rellaious weeklies ..lStV'ic six y years, this andenomin. loual, unsectar an ..U' rlac and eviuxe.icl newspaper has been cln alati sj .'Uytsoe In the United States aud In almost every foieifu .... i ' emntry. Its sameribera are enaatel by tens M .3s tltoasasds. E:h year lis proprietors have added ........... 6o to lis value, enaagln fresh eliiore and o;rresMioii. ' entsat home and als ad, snlarainsj and multip.y. to ioti7 00 bis its departments, and ende v. .una to real lie - ac their h ah Ideml of the Best Rt iftous and S,t-o- Isc lar ramily Newspaer. Tbev ofier. this year, to I'i triae every su: se iner w or oH whose subscrlpti.il is etnaun tow . ... soci;Ue paid far lss3. the new b,K.k of Krv S. Irenira avi 7ne Prime, U !., ntltletl -'Prayer and Its Answer." 6r('oa a handsome volume of nearly Us) pKea, botuxl in ts cJ.lh the retail price id which is one dollar. isVrtaoc 9perimea copies of the paper sent free. Address :::::.tloT sew tork ockerver, . . ie Xew ieik. ..1 ootta no -r- 1 i itl CTTOKS' NUTU2 Estate of Peer "pelcner. I ,re F..r I J Townst.ii. S.-merset Vt . ffc- Leuor lestameti.ary uu bavins bees crawled to lbs 2 r the sna-er sa.hrs. saie is t. thaMe indebted to it to m. ke i" ment, atxl the havi: ctain. tW-. please preaenl thesi fUly ati'hes:-is-menl a Satap'ay. the Ui "' lasa. at f e Ut- r-snii are .! it," ' V Stllf'l1, JOK.N LA''"t. novl k T, 'I:7I., Vl'lit-r.. : uo n I:- w Ms 11 A UC II tentlem his ce Os I ' professional srrvuiaa to th. eiliseas iA ta- .. llr 4e ersetassl Miui.y. Otfioe on. door east of Warns h. Eerkeblle's 00 furniture store. ..'ctjiSoo1 Dee. , 'to. . I r.....l.uu.lill .nnle f;-. at the next-iw!i'u fc.r tue p--"" .- trxrui"K ao-l re.ju nn he . ' -Mt-te T'easurer 10 BS-lit an.l "",1 of Hiram Krs-siker and Sers.-.l j -, Pa. tar rent. ee.. da tbes't BVnuw aed h in .mer-e teu'Hif sabl. oeeoptt-l by (NpL e;'ey 'M' durlii tuo year IS a ,,tlli dec.