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flic Somerset Herald.
GKO. E. SCVLU Editor. Autumn tints. iK-rtroy the weeds. Voters, pay your taxes. FlsblngT.cile.atC.X.Kovds. Cidor mills rebu-y every here. l.avndOi?li.rene.r!ye,aaL Tbe ice cream tr.de has had a tart. ie that ToorUi is raid in time to vote. Kedford is to have . roller skating rink. It will soon be time to predict a hard win ter. r..rvloJv U wishing and bopm for rain. Don't forget to pay your taxes and get nat- U Paints, all colon, ready for use. Sold by C. X. Hoyd. New fall goods now coming in. Mas. A. E. Thl. For a good buggy whip go to James E. HoMerbaum. A few weeks more, and autumn frost will liip vegetation. Tbe ?tndebaker wagon isa mod-l of beau ty and durability. Try Alabastine for Walls and Ccilincs. Sold only by C. X. Boyd. A full stock ot new Kail Hoods in all lines J10w in st..r. Mw.A.E.rnu The farmer is getting the ground ready for fall seeding. MaWtine will ut rub off like white wash. Try it. Sold by C. . Boyd. Do not change yoar residence between this time and the election or you will lose your vote. For hardware of every description, go to James B. Holderbaum's. Hunters declare that game, pecialiy .mirrcls, is very scarce. Brook Trout, Salmon aud Labrador llcr- ri ng, can t be beat, at Keller fc Sanner s. Manv wells in this place have gone dry. Everybody is wishinj; for a good rain. Tlie best slock ofCipars and Tobacco in the townaretoliefonndatKeller & Sanner's. YitPil waste from the wire works at Johnstown is killing the fish in the Cone mtugh river. The Hedford County Agricultural Society wiil hold its annual fair on Tuesday, Wed neraar, ThnrHay and Friday, the 7th, 8th, !th and 10: li of October. T ie har.dsoiuett line of dress goodsj ever j-bonn in .Somerset county, at the lowest prie s, at Mrs. A. E. Viil's. A Orrenburs lawyer spent a ni;:lit in tbe rittsburh lock-up recently, becanse of his fondness for rum. The prudent farmer or teamster, when buying a nan, invariably gets a Studeba ker from James B. Holderbaum. Indications of the ntar approach of the season of the ' sere and yellow leaf" are visible in the changing color of tbe leaves. WovkL the Main street jeweler, sells not only the 'Waltham, but Rockford, Elgin, nni several other makes of American watches. Anything you need in the notion line vou can buy 25 peT ,us at B. Snyder & (Vi than anywhere else in town. I have just received a fresh lot of new fall prints domestic and fine dress goods and fall dry poods. Mns. A. E. t'm One hundred Indies' Coats just received ; all new, this season's styles, and very cheap ut J. B. Snvder & Co.'s. Moses I. Handy, managing editor of the Philadelphia Prcs, and others, have pur chased the Philadelphia Evening Stv$. Handy is a journalist of note, and will push the yvt to the front. The Ferner Bros, take the cake in selling boots and shoes. They have just received the lanrct stock of fall and winter goods brought to Somerset this season. Persons desiring to go to Kansas or Ne braska, can secure rates and other informa tion of AmosPteck, Greensbnrg, Pa., who has ranches, timber and farming lands, and Improved farms for sale. Castobia. When baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. AVhen fhe was a child Fhe cried for Castoria. When she was a Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had children she gave them Cast 'a. An oid soldier complains, thron;:h the columns of the Cumberland Timrs, that the recent reunion at that place was a gathering of shouldcr-strai-ptni dudes and those who had never smelt the bnrnt powder of a bat tle field. For sausage cutters and stufTers, butcher knives, butcher saws, steels, etc,, go to Jas. B. Ho'derbaum's. Fob Sai.k. One portable saw mill, Is huTse power, one year in use, costing $1,w0, will be sold for $1,M0 ; also a portable saw ' tni'.l, 23-hcrse power, two years in use, hav ing cost $2.A will be sold for S 1.CC0. Ad-, dress Amos SWk, Oreensburg, Pa. I Auction sales every night of Court at tlie New York City Auction House, opposite! Conk A Beerits's. Wit. P. Shafer, A pint If you want to buy a good time-piece go W. il. Wood, jeweler. No. 2 Baer Block, where you have the largest stock in Somer set county to select from. Lap;cs : Fir the finer grades of shoes, fall 'styles, made over the different lasts, go to A. H. Ferner t Kros' store. f The Buffalo Lime Company is now e' SncGotxl Lime at eight cvnts, delivered on the cars at their works. For orders, write to Wiiliani Mason. Garrvt t. Pa. Our fall stock is now ready. Anything in the line of clothing, dry goods, carjeta. notions and ijutx-nsware, we are prrptred to offer cb;-r than they have ever been so jj in Sv-merxct. 3. B. Sstbei 4 Co. To Fakskbh. Now iathetrmeto raind 1n your orders for phosphate, preparat to fall seeding. No enUrprrsing farmer rhould be without tatigh 4c Sons' goods, t prices named in another column of this pain. Cook & Bkebits. I w;!l open cn Saturday a line of Win chester and Keuiingtun rifles, breech and mronle-loadrng shot guns, both -double and single barrels also i full line of pnn repairs, i Telonditiptfwws,t.ht'lls, cap, powder, shot etc jdark hors isall moonshine, although it is Jxurs B. HouvmtAi . said that several Lave been undergoing a er?ral fearu grM mills for sale in Iodi- j MTcfal 000 ot training and grooming ai:i and Ycn.ore.:aJ counties l'00 ,be Couf,,rtnce ta bee n session. AwosSrwncGreeni.hiirg, Ta. j The nominee will be one of the three candi ., .. v ... .. . ,, i dates for whom the Conference have been At tue New ork tXtr Auction lliiwse' ... , x- j i, , . . . ... , ; , , . , balloting for the past three weekav- Jo dark V'u can ol'iam Sloan s six-wheeli-J sewing i . x machine caM, , ... r V . B. Mtrnt, Ajcnt. S Auction Kale of nmbreiliss at the yfw : York Auction ll.iuse on Tuesday evening of Court, prcviuns to Republican political nweting. J m. B. Sbaplbl Ant. 1 Stocks of store poods in Irwin, Latrobe, j -'Tmrrtrarg. Indiana, UnionUiwn. and other i d points. Addm Amos Srti, Gnrensburg, Ta. AtllOS K-t f?rcv,. TV. Ti;.J- , l-anrf Aeent KoVtlw iw.I r.v'i -ai I ertd dt-scriptive pamphlets, circulars t ' 1 ind ! ?U!dt ... ;i .j i ,. , ... i m to a:, nadretsing him, who wish to : Bo tM lakot. Montana, W'h- , fV j00' Ue on"r sngton or Oregon ' nien 'D"'rted our of Court 1 for selling liquor without license, on infor At the Xew York City Auction House on S formation of Contractor McFadden. Since Siatn Ctoks street, opposite Cook 4 Beeritss, j writing the above we learn that Smith was poods are sold at half price. arrested and lodced In iail Tuesdav morn- n, li. bairra, AgcntX I ing Court is in aession. The Sheriff sale held at the Court House Friday, was largely attended. J. Cal. Iiowry, Esq., of Cumberland, Md. is in attendance at court this week. Messrs. Joe E. Herr anil George Oberly, of Oil City, are visiting in Somerset. ieueral Cuffroth it still confined to his room at the Somerset House, hut is rapidly convalescing. Serious ineonyeniencc, and in many pla ces injury are resulting from the long con tinued drought. The bricklayers couunenced work on Cook a: Beerits' commodious new ware house, Saturday niorning. Policeman Gilbert has been the busiest man in town the past week. He made eighteen arrests in one day. Rev. C C. B. Duncan left Somerset Hon dav to attend a meeting of the Redstone Presbytery at Bellevernon. Pa. The State Convention of the Directors of the Toor of Pennsylvania will beheld at Greeniburg on October 7th and 8th. One of the heaviest cats on the South Pennsylvania Railroad (s near Donegal. It will be 70 feet deep and 1,500 feet long. Our staunch Republican friend, Mr. filas Cable, of Jefferson Township, paid the Heb ald sanctum friendly cal! Monday morn ing. The regular September terra of Court o feued Monday morning at 101 o'clock, with Judges Baer, Snyder and Collins on the bench. Mr. H. G. Darsie, and family, of Fitts bumli. who have been in Somerset for the past four months, returned to the city Mon day afternoon. The Iri3h were packed in the borough liiek.un Fridav as thick as sardines m a box. Thursday was Collins Bros', pay day hence these drunks. The police think Uiat they will be obliged to ask the Burgess to furnish wheelbarrows for use in conveying helplessly drunken in dividuals to the cooler. Our Uncle John Cessna was in Somerset Wednesday morning, looking hale and hpnrtv is he hid tweutv Tears ago. He was called here on legal business. The juvenile friends of Blaine and Logan in this idace. went to work last week and raised a handsome pole opposite the site o1 the olddenot. A verv handsome nag was run up, as soon as the pole was in position The stench arising from a filthy pig pen on one of our most-traveled streets has be. come almost intolerable. The Town Coun cil is direlict in Jts dnty by not demanding its removal or the liberal use of disinfect ants. A Blaine and Logan pole will be raised by the Republicans or Mt. Moriah, in Que mahoning township, on Saturday, Septem ber 27. Able sjeakers will be present and address the meeting. Let there be large turn out. Lewis l'hifer, with his little penknife carved his way out of the lock-up, where he had been confined for violating Borough or. di nances, one day last week. Since Lewis regained his liberty, he has not been seen hereabouts. The time for holding the Iemocratic Con gressional Conference for this district has been postponed until after the Republicans have placed a candidate in the field. They might as well put it off until after the sec- ord Tuesday in November. It would save them considerable worry and money. Hopwc!l township, Bedford county, has a hunter, C3 years old, who during his life time has killed two black bears, sixty-eight deer, four wolves, fifty wild cats, forty foxes, two hundred and fifty-seven raccoons, two hundred and fifty-eight wild turkeys, and any amount of smaller game. His name is Joseph R. Mcllnay. The Republican Congressional Conferees are highly pleased with their entertainment at the Somerset House, Somerset, as well as with the beautiful town and the hospitality they receive at the hands of the citizens in general, which may account in some degree for a candidate not being in the field before now. Jvhtistown Tribute. An attempt was made to burglarize the residence of Mr. John J. Schell at an early hour Thursday morning. The robbers tried to force an entrance through one of tbe first floor windows, and in doing so overturned some articles on t he sill, the clatter of which aroused Miss Ella, who fired a revolver at them through the window, and frightened them away. On Monday hist tbe Cambria Iron Com pany gave notice that on and after October 1, owing to tbe great and continued decliue in the value of the products of ihe Company a reduction in tbe salaries or wages of every officer or employe of the Company of from 20 per cent on the highest salaries to an av erage of 10 per cent on the lowest compen sations, would be made. At the same date a reduction of 10 per cent will be made in the price of honse coal, and rents of dwell ings owned by the Couiany. The Republicans of Edieaud vicinity held a rousing meeting and raised a handsome pole Saturday. The pole is 170 feet in length and is claimed to be the straightest and best pole raided in the county this cam paign. Tbe meeting, which was very large ly attended, was presided over bv Father Abraham Beam, and wa addressed by A. J. Colboru and F. W. Biesecker. E"q"s. The Sipesville Blaine and I-gan Club were in j attendance in their handsome new uni- forms. The Farmer's Band furnished most i excellent atonic for the occasion. ast Monday morning Collins Brothers, Shields Dortrin and the different other contractors oa the South Penn. Ii. K., in this county, jnxnted orders reducing the wajr es of all labour, in their employ from $1.28 to$l.trday. The men wouldn't stand the reduction and quit wwk. There re front 8X to 1,000 of them idle and fears of violence are entertained. Many of the 1 1 Lalians are leaving, buying tickets direct to ! Naples, where they go to spend the winter j in their own sunny land, and where they can live so much cheaper than in the States, atesp;- turning in the spriup. ATVct another frniilis effort to make a non-ination. the Eepnhlican Congressional Conference for this district adjourned Friday afternoon to meet at the tame place, the Soiterct House, this, Wednesday morning. A nomination will in all probability be made to-day or to-morrow. The talk of a - orw nim year ; soce otucr emr. pcrr. The Tlroaders at the Allegheny funne! lnn2u appear to have been having a yerr lively time of late. Last week two men were shot and seriously injured, one of them receiving six t'j-four buckshot in his chest. At seven o'clock gumlav morninc James Smith shot 8Tld kn!cd co,OTC1 ni!ia tJ ti Prn of "on. wenjoo umm was a jrcaiBore Smith A Wesson revolver. Beaton was shot twice, one of the kails entering bis left shostlder. and the other striking hint in the ,en ,rat' ,ook downward couwe through tlie heart, killing him inrtantly. Smith fled , , , , - . uuw, sun ua not vet oeen csmurea. fif , . ... ' Apples are so abundant in Chester county that many of the farmers are giving them way to all comers. Three hundred families of Little Wash ington are using natural gas. The rates are $12 per year for cooking stove, and $C and for a grate. Mr. Dudley, Commissioner of Pensions, is prejritig for reference an ofScial record of all living soldiers and sailors who served in the late war. Without the payment of tax you can't vote The law requires you to pay your own tax- Do so at one. , Saturday, October 4th, is the last day. ' It is reported that the South Pennsylva nia railroad will connect at Hagerstown with the Shenandoah Valley and Western Maryland railroads. I). Stewart Elliott, of the Evereett Prat, has been commissioned as a Major and ordi nance officer of the Second Brigade, Nation al Guard of Pennsylvania. ' , ,- i If you want a wagon that has an honest, square, stand-up air about it, that yon can depend on during rain or shine, fit for mar ket, mill or meeting, buy the celebrated Studebaker of James B. Holderbaum. Mr. W. H. Piatt Las re-opened his oyster saloon in the basement of Cook & Beerits' Block, and is receiving fresh oysters every few days. Throughout the season his cus tomers can always be supplied with the choiest oysters the market affords, and if they want them cooked, why Mr. Piatt knows how to do it. Those who are in the habit of using pro fane language on the streets should read the following : " If any person shall willfully, premeditatedly and despitcfully blaspheme or speak loosely or profanely of Almighty God, Christ Jesus, the Holy Spirit or the Scripture of truth, such persons, on convic tion thereof, shall be sentenced pay a fine not exceeding $100, and undergo an im prisonment not exceeding three months,' or either, at the discretion of the Court." Act of March 31, 1. To Keet Tomatoes. A corresjiondent sends the following : As the tomato season is here I can contribute one way of keeping them for winter use that may he new to some of your readers. 1 ate them in Feb ruary, sliced and seasoned with sugar and a little yinegar, that seemed every way as nice as tomotoes fresh from the vines. They were prepared thus : Dissolve a teaspoonful ofsaltina gallon of water. Pick ripe to matoes, but not over-ripe, leaving a little of the stem on. The tomatoes must be kept well covered with brine, and they will keep to spring, of longer. Italian Killed. At an early hour Mon day morning SheriffSpangler received a tel ophone message from Contractor Patterson, at the laurel Hill Tunnel, stating that there was a serious row among the laborers and asking him to come up at once with a phy sician. Dr. Brubaker and a Deputy-Sheriff repaired to the tunnel forthwith, where they found an Italiau by the name of Yincinyo Spanoooa in a dying condition. The physi cian took charge of the injured man, while the Deputy-Sheriff arrested one Stephen Damurk, the niau chanted with having in flicted tbe injury. The wounded man died within a few hours after the physician got there and the officer brought Damark to Somerset and lodged him in jail to await trial on the charge of murder. The case will likely be tried at the present term of Court. BosTos, Mass., Sept, 17. Charles Dana, of the New York Sun, was asked what he thought of Cleveland's weak points. He replied, " the weak points in Cleveland are his ignorance, his dullness and narrowness of mind, his inability to deal wilh questions that require enlarged intelligence, his coarse personal tastes and habits, his indifference to the usages of cul tured and refined society, and his bad record in private life. Besides, he has hanged men, and while that is a useful function, perhaps, one doesn't like to have it perform ed by a man who is running for President." The above is a very good estimate of Cleveland s character, and I thought per haps you had not seen it, and I would send it to you. All the New England States are going to support Blaine in November. Peo ple here are getting very much disgusted with the Mulligan letters, especially busi ness men. They are doing moregood for the Republican campaign than anything else. Very Truly Yours, L. W. F. Tkiblte or RESrEcr. At a meeting of the choir of Trinity Evan gelical Lutheran Church of Somerset, held on last Friday evening, the following pre amble and resolutions on the death of Miss Delia Shafer, were unanimously adopted: Whekeas, It has pleased Almighty God to call away by death Delia Shafer, a mem ber of Somerset Trinity Lutheran Choir, and our hearts arc sad, and we mourn her early departure, no more to meet with us here, therefore, ISctolred, That while bowing with rever ence to ihe will of Divine Providence, we are til lea with sorrow in the loss we have sustained in one who, by her generous, ge nial aud kind disposition won our love and respect, aud who as a member of this choir was ever ready to do her duty. Jiaulni, That e do truly sympathize with tbe heart-Mricken family in this sud den bereavement, and mav He who doeth all tilings well turn their heaviness into joy. and their mourning into praise. .orri. That this report be entered upon the minutes of the Choir, and a copy thereof transmitted to the family of the deceased. Darue Hoffmax, Coba Kkewer, . E. W. HvRKEB. Committee. We take the following from Saturday's Pitttibuigh CWnuTcW : ' Last night a little boy came to the Mayor's office, saying that was hunting his sister. He lives in Sum erset and said he Is birX 14 years old, but that this is his second trip to the city in search of his sister. The little man said 'that last spring when he was here be saw her at the L'uiou depot and followed her to Xo. 7 Seventh street. When he applied for admission to see her be was told that men of his size were not wanted there, and, running out of money before be could meet her, he went home. This time be located her at 45 Lacock street. Ue was too cpte to call alone and took Chief Murphy along, but the sister Lad taken alarm aud tied as the searchers were entering-fhe front door. Wheu the little man was asked his name he gave it as George Boyd, lie said that his sister had been doing washing for a man at the Somer set House last winter, who boarded there with his wife. He and his wife quarreled, aod she left him. The boy says that bis si&ter became acquainted wilh this man while delivering his washing, and thinks she leit Somerset with him. The little fel ow had only forty cents in his pocket after reaching the city, but does not seem con cerned about that. He said he earned the money to bring him here by blacking boots and that that was a very dull business in Somerset. When asked if he' thongbt his sister would go beck with him if he did suc ceed in finding her, a look of disappoint ment ererspread his face. He brightened up, itowever, as he answered, Qh, yea, fehemust. She always was a good girl, and mother needs her very bad. She is only 17 years uli, and that is too young for her to be very wicked Chief liurphy says that if I go home and send him her picture be will tind her fbr me and send her home. I have her picture, and tell you she is a pretty girl." The li:tle feikrw says be can earn enough fo get home very easily, although be is not very certain just bow it is to be done. He must have been very much jjeajv ed with the attention Chief Morphy, of Al legheny paid to him, as be described tbe Chief as about seven feet tall, and very good looking. So persistent was the boy that be won Detective Coulson's promise to help him redeem Lis sister." v Dr. G. J. Beachy, Dentist, is now in Som erset, and can be seen at his rooms at the Glade House. ! Indian Ka-Ton-Ka cures all diseases of the liver, Kidneys, Stomach and Blood. Druggists all keep it. . I will sell 20 buggies and 2t sets harness at auction in Somerset on Friday, Septem ber 20, at 9 o'clock a. m. Being a one leg ged soldier, I am unable to peddle my bug gies through the county. Calvis Basin. Patent carpet exhibitor at the New York City Auction House. Call and see a con tinuous floor, beautifully covered with car pet (o suit the humblest cottage or the grandest palace. Carpets cut to fit the room ; also made up, if desired. Wm.B. Shafeb, Agent, 1 James Graham, practical boot and shoe maker, bat opened a shop in Chickentown in the house lately occupied by Herman Rector. The patronage of the public is re spectfully solicited.'' All orders left with him will be promptly attended to. Repair ing neatly done. Charges very moderate. Jajks Gbaham, Chickentown. New Fall Goods of all kinds now corning in, and prices are lower than last year, in cluding all the newest styles of Dress Goods. Foreign and Domestic, Flannels, Canton Flannels, Jeans, Casimeres, Table linens, Blankets, Calicoes, . Ginghams, etc. Call and see them. Mrs. A. E. Fhl. Ladies' asm CniLDKEiss' Wbaps. I have now a full stock of this season's wraps for ladies and children, consisting of jackets, ulsters, new markets, Russian circulars and havelocks, in black and colors, of the latest patterns. Several hundred to select from, and at lower prices than ever before. Call and see them. Mrs. A. E. Chl. Phosphates akd Land Plasi'ik, Now have in stock car load Baugh A. Son's goods the best on the market, and no farmer should be without them. TVy have stood the test for five years. Here are the prices. Double Eagle, per ton, $30.00 New Processs, " $35.00 No. 1, Fine Bone, " $4000 Land Plaster, " $15.00 Cook & Bekbits. "Hello, risK.oia leuow : oee you re back from the west again : thought you had bought a few thousand acres of land out there, and was worth a couple of million by this time." ' Well, Mik, the speculation mania seiz ed me, and the tumble in wheat cleaned me out. Indeed, as you see, a new suit, and ( was just on my way to get one from our old friend J. B. I hear he is still selling cloth ing." - " Y'ou bet, Fisk, and you should see the piles upon piles of new clothing they have just received; and cheap! well, you know we used to blame Snyder for stealing his clothing, to sell them at the prices they did ; but at the prices they are selling at now, they must get the freight for nothing, also." " vi, el. Fh.k. I will no alone : my wife and Sarah each want a new coat, and you know whatever J. B. Snyder fc Co. keep for sale, is cheao. Then thev are all new, as they never kept ladies' coats before this sea son. Come along : it seems natural for you and im to go to J. B.'s again. The Broken Bask at Everett Wreck ed bt the Cashier- Word comes from Bed ford to the following effect : Last week ru mors were rife that the Bedford County Bank, located at Everett, eight miles East of Bedford, was in a shaky condition, and many large depositors became alarmed and withdrew their funds. The vaults were emptied by Friday, but the cashier. John Dubois, remained at his post aud coolly in formed applicants for cash that their de mands could not be complied with. He slated that the sum of $27,OiK) was due the bank out of the amount realized from the sale of the personal property of the Kemble Coal Si Iron Company, and that the failure of the purchaser to pay the money prompt ly led to the bank's embarrassment. Ihe bank was open also on Saturday, but no business was transacted. Late on Saturday night Cashier Dubois confessed judgment to one of the Directors, in trust for the stockholders for $20,000, and an execution was immediately issued there on. This was done after the cashier's books bad been examined and found to be in a hopeless state of confusion. The judgment was taken to protect the stockholders, but later developments seem to indicate that the shortage wiil be much larger. There is con siderable doubt expressed as to whether the amount lost by the failure of the Kemble Coal and Iron Company can be recovered. The doors of the bank were not opened on Monday. On account of the muddled con dition of the books nothing can be learned of the assets or liabilities of the institution. Tbe depositors will likely be paid in full, as it is a private bank, and the stockholders are individually liable. Cashier Dubois is a pillar in tbe Methodist church, and Las al ways been regarded as a man of integrity. What he has done with the funds entrusted to his care yet remains a mystery. Cocrr Pbocsctixos. The Special Court held last wet wus for the trivl of causes put down for t le second week of the May term, tlie jurors d awn for that week having been continued, an 1 all of the jurors were in attendance. His IWmr, Judge W, J. Baer, presided, with Asxiate Judges Samuel Snyder and William (oliins on the Bench. The following legal business was disposed of : Tbe Howe Sewing Machine Company vs. Fichtner and Etlis ; fccj Fa ; (Two caM-s ) Continued at cost of defendant, on account of illness of counsel. Wolfersberger and Thillippi vs. The Fit: burgh & Connellsville Railroad Company ; Summons case ; On the 20th of September, 1834 the jury return a verdict for the defend ant. George Cobangh vs. J. M. Holderbaum & Sons ; Feigned issue ; On the 16th of Sep tember, by direction of the Court, jury re turn a verdict in favor of the defendants ; Motion for a new trial filed. Edward Motsoller vs Somerset & Cambria Railroad Company; Tresspass, g, c. f. ; (Two cases ; Continued at cost of plaintiff. Peter Weimer vs. Lewis Weighley ; Ap peal by Pefendant; On tbe 17th of September jury return a verdict for defendant ; motion for new trial filed. Annie J. Lambert vs. Wm. Johnson et al; Ejectment; 19th of September 1S4, jury- ret urn a verdict for plaintiff for land in dis pute ; Motion for new trial filed. Thomas J. McKaig's Admr. et al vs. Geo. II. Hocking et al. ; Covenant ; Case con tinued at cost of defendant, on account of illness of counsel. F. W. Dull vs. J. A. Hunter ; Slander ; Verdict in favor of plaintiff for $012.50 ; Motion for a new trial filed. II. H. Stahl vs. Simon Hauger ; Appeal ; plaintiff takes non suit. George Xewland vs. John Dengler i Slan der ; Verdict for plaintifTin the sum of )0: Motion for a new trial filed. Lydia Usaw's right vs. The Somerset Mu tual Fire Insurance Company ; Assumpsit ; Casecontinued at cost of defendant, on ac count of illness of counsel. Jooathan Leydig vs. John H. and Sol Chi; Ejectment; Settled by the parties. Conrad Hochstetler vs. Peter Brick et al ; Replevin ; plaintiff takes a non suit. Jonathan Poorbangh vs. Simon Snyder ; Sci Fa ; Verdict for plaintiff in tbe sum of $352.69 ; Motion for a new trial filed. S. Philson & Co. vs. Charles BalUser ; Ap peal by defendant ; Continued by consent of both parties. . ? The other cases on tbe list were either settled or continned. itie report oi tne viewers appointed to view and inspfcf fhe workmanship of a bridge over Cox's creek atMilford station! on the road leading from Critchfield's grist mill to mud pike, was approved by the; Court. The viewers state that the bridge! has been completed in a substantial and. workmanlike manner. Meat MArr.-Main Stroet.-We jnsi auaea a urg Acingeraior to our .aisai Market in which all meats can be kept coo and clean. Mutton, Beef, Pork, Acx, kept constantly on hand. Open daily. Parties buying meat can have it kept in the Refrig erator until wanted. We have also, 100,000 new brick for sale, which we will sell by the hundred or thous and at a low price. Roes Datw & Co. MARRIED. UEFFLEY RESSNER. At the Luther an peonage, Berlin, Pa., July 31, ISM. by Rey. J. W. roffiiibcrcer, George B. Heftley and Miss Anna Gessuer, both of Berlin, Pa WALKER BALDWIN. At the home of the bride's jarenta, September 2, 1S84, by the same, William L, Walker and Miss Bell Baldwin, both of the vicinity of Berlin- JOHNSON FISHER. In the Lutheran Church, Berlin, Pa., on the evening of Sep tember 18, 183. by the same, Harry John son, of TJniontown, Pa., and Bell Fisher, of Berlin, Fa. SANNER FAIDLY. On Sunday, Au gust 31, 17S4. at the residence of the bride's parents, by Jacob Gerhard, Esq., Mr. David Sanner to Miss Susan Faidly, both of Som erset county. Pa. BIjAINEs DOMESTIC IaFE. The Circumstances of Marriage. His Doable New York, September 19. Hon. Wiliiam Walter Phelps takes the responsibility ot giving to the pub lic the following private letter, ad dressed to Lira nearly two weeks ago: Augusta, September 6, 1SS4. My Dear Mr. Phelps : I have your fa vor of the 4th, advising me that "the continuous invention and wide circulation of evil reports render it advisable (in your judgment) not to wait the slow process of the law, but to speak directly to the public in my own vindication." In this opin ion many others, on whose judgment I rely, concur. I shrink instinctively from the suggestion, although I feel sure I could strengthen the confidence of all who felt friendly to me by bring to view the simple thread of truth which is concealed in this endless tissue of falsehood. You can imag ine how inexpressibly painful it must be to discuss one's domestic life in the press, although I think with you that under the circumstan ces I could count upon the generosi ty of the public to justify a state ment which otherwise might seem objectionable. I can, in any event safely commit the facts to you for personal communitation to those friends who have taken so delicate an interest in uiv affairs. The leis ure hours of to-day, when our cam paign is ended and we wait only for the election, gives me the opportu nity for this prompt reply and for the following essential details : At Georgetown Kentucky, in the spring of 1S4S, when I was but 18 years of age, I first met the lady who for more than thirty-four years has been my wife. Our acquain tance resulted, at the end of six months, in an engagement, which, without the prospect of speedy mar riage, we naturally sought to keep to ourselves. Two year3 later, in the spring of 1850, when I was ma turing plana to leave my profession in Kentucky and establish myself elsewhere, I was suddenly summon to Pennsylvania by the death of my father, It heing very doubtful if could .return to iventucty, 1 was threatened with indefinite separa W W WW V V tion Irom tier who possessed my en tire devotion. My one wish was to secure her to myself by an indissolu ble tie against every possible contin gency in life, and on the 30th day of June, 1S50, just prior to ibv de parture from Kentucky, we were, in the presence of chosen and trusted friends, united by what I knew was in my native State of Pennsylvania a perfectly legal form of mar riage. On reaching home I found that my family, and especially my belov mother. strongly discountenanced my business plans, as inyolvinjr too lonp; a seperation from home and kindred. I complied with ner wish that I should resume, at least for a time, to my occupation in Kentucky, whither I returned in the latter part of August, During the ensuing winter, in duced by misgivings which were in creased by legal consultations I be came alarmed lest a doubt might be thrown upon the validity of our marriage by reason of non-com pli once with the law of the State where it had occurred, for I had learned that the laws of Kentucky made b license certified by the clerk of the County Court an indispensable req uisite of a legal marriage, After j rnucn deliberation, and with an anx ious desire to guard in the most ef fectual manner against any possi ble erubarrasstnent resulting from our position for which I alone was responsible we decided that the simplest and at the same time the surest way was to repair to Pennsyl vania and have another marriage service performed. This was done, in the presence of witnesses, in the city of Pittsburg, in the month of March, 1851, but was not otherwise made public for obvious reasons. It was solemnized only to secure an indisputable validity, the first m;ir riaae lifting by my wife and mystlf always held sacred. At the mature age of 54 I do not defend the wis- j dom or prudence of a secret marriage suggpsted by the ardor and the inex perience of youth ; but its honor j and its purity were inviolate, as I bt-lieve, in the sight of God, and can not be made to appear otherwise by the wicked devices of men. It brought to me a companionship which has been ray chief happiness from boy hood's years to this hour, and has crowned me with whatever of success I have attained in life My eldest child a son was born in his grandmother's house, on the 18th day of June, 1851, in the city of Augusta, Maine, and died in her arms three years later. His ashes repose in he cemetery of his native city, beneath a stone which records his name and the limits ot his inno cent life. That stone, which had stood for almost an entire generation has has been recently defaced by brutal and sacrilegious hands. As a candidate for tbe presidency I knew that I should encounter ma ny forms of calumny and personal defamation, but I "confess that I did not expect to be called upon to de fend the reputation of a beloved ann honored wife, who is a mother and a grandmother; nor did I expect that the grave of my little child would be cruelly desef rated. Against such gross forms of wrong the law gives no adequate redress, and 1 know that in tbe end my most effective appeal against the unspeakable out. rage which I resist, must be to the coble manhood and iioble womar hood of America. Your friend Tery sincerely. James G. Blaise. i JtutteriCc'S PattTH8 1 Now Have in Stock a Full Line of Butterick's Cut-Paper Patterns, T THIS FALL'S STfLES, FOK IdMlJes, llite and Children. ' Mrs. A. E. Uhl. anga4& THE EQUITABLE life Assnraacs Company of tie United Henry B. Hyde, Presft. 120 BROADWAY, N. Y. 81 CHEAPISDE. LONDON. ASSETS - - $53,030,58 SURPLUS - - 12,109,756 INCOME - - 13,470,57 INew Assurance written in 1883. $81,129,756. Taid to policy holders during the last 24 years, $73,877,699. The Society bit written, during tbe past twen ty year4, an aggregate amount cf new asanranee larger than hat been written by any otter com pany in tbe world. Tbe Earplug fund of tbe Sooelety, cn a four per cent, valuation, i larger than that of onj ether Ine Insurance company In the world. The Kqfitabu Life Assc&ajicb Society ta mes, a plain and aimplo contract of aararanee, free from bnrdeneume and technical conditions, and INDISPUTABLE after three years. AU poll clot, as soon as they become Indisputable, are payable IMMEDIATELY upon a&tisfaetery proofs of death, and a legal release, without the delay usual with other companies. By this rKoarr fayhut, the beneficiary of aa Equita ble, policy is not only saved from annoying delays and expenses, bnt receives pecuniary relief as quickly as If the amount of the assurance had been Invested In a bond of tbe Government of the United States. "VV. Frank Gaul, Srw-oial Agent for Somerxet Co. juiji PRIVATE SALE. Valuable Real Estate isr Allegheny Township T'HE undersigned offers at private sale his JL Keal tta'.-, situate In Alleithecv Townshlu. Somerset County, Pa., consisting of tbe following ucvjruieu irauui : No. 1. The homestead farm, consisting of one hundred and seventy acres, well iuu.ro ve. I, with a bam and bouse, new. The land is in a good state of cultivation. ro. 2 A tract of seventy-two acree, adjoining i.u. i. i ue luixroTemenis cunMst oi a goou nouse and barn. No. 3. A tract of one hundred and twenty rrci. i ue imroremenia are a goou iog House, aii'i oinrr omiuiuirs. tlie Heuiurut ami Somerset Turnpike runs through the last two named tracts. Noa. U and 2. Tbey hare also suificlent timber to supply the larins. No. 4. A tract ef one hundred and forty-eight acres, vim a small house and stable thereon erected ; five acre cleared, the balane well tim- oerwi. No. . A tract of ow hundred acres, known as tbe - White Kurs.- Ti.vern Stand," with ail tbe cleared laud an I the Uiproveiaents thereunto be longing. F our of the above tracts are situated within one mile of tbe South Pennsylvania Railroad, now under const ruction, and tbe " White Korse property, within two miles. Possession will be given April 1 , 1885, or sooner. If desired. For further particulars, persons desiring to pur- coajB win can t norauuress the undersigned at uivMing itinge, ra. anlijin. SAMCEL WALK EE QOURT PKUC hkrias, the Hono LAMATION. norahle Wiixiaw 3. Bna. President Judce ot the several Courts of Ommon Pleas or the several counties eomriosina- the lih Judicial district, and Justice of the Courts of Over and Terminer and General JU Iiellvery. for the inai oi aueapiiai ana oilier onenders In tne said District, and W at. Colli as and Saviel Ssrrn Esquires, Judires of fhe Courts of Common Pleas and Justices of the Courts ot Oyer and Terminer ana uenenu jail uenrery lor me trial oi all capi tal and other offenders In the county of Somerset, have Issued th Ir precepts and te me directed, for nomine; sumn ot common fleas add tleneral Quarter Sessions or the Peace, and General Jail Delivery, and Courts of Oyer and Terminer, at oomersei, on esday, slept. 22. 148. Norine Is hereby t;lven to al the Justices oflhe reace, tne coroner ana Constables within the said County ot Somerset, that they be then and there In their proper persons with their rolls, rec ords, Inquisitions, examinations and otherremenv bmnces. to do those thlnes which to thelroliices and In that hehail appertain to he done : and also they who will prosecute airainst the prisoners that are or shall be In the jail of Somerset county, to be then and there to prosecute against them as shall beju.t. JOHN J. SP ANGLER. Sheriff's Omcx, I Sheriff. Auk. 20, 1b4. ' JMPORTANT NOTICE. To thi ColUctart of State and Count Tout o f SomtTMi-t L'owafy, Po. .-Your attention is call ed to the Fortv-nitith Section of the Act of As sembly ApproTed 15th of April. 1831, which reads as lollows : "Kvery Collector shall, within three months " after receiving the corrected duplicate, pay Into "the hands of tbe Treasurer of the proper Coun ty or Township, as the ease maybe, the whole "amount of the tan s eharsred and assessed In "such duplicate, excepting such sua as the Com- - mis turners, or supervisors ana overseers, as tne "case mav be. In their discretion may exonerate "him from, on pain of being answerable for and " chanced with the whole balance so remaining unpaio. " From the above Section Collectors will notice that, o nlcss they pay up promptly, tbey run the risk of l"int: both exonerations and their commis sions. We must have money to meet tbe demands of the County. JOHN H. WEIMEK, SepS. County Treasurer. pXECUTORS NOTICE. hjtaie of Jacob May, dee'd late of fpperTurkey- iun lownsnip. somersei county, rs. Letters testamentary oa the above estate havlnK been granted to the undersigned by the proper authority, notice Is hereby siren to all persons indebted to said estate to make immediate) payment, and those having claimsagilnst the same will present them duly ant henticaced for settle ment on Saturday, the 91th day of September, lssi at my office in EJnjrwood. Jacob oebhakd, ugU. Executors. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE j Estate of Henry Martx, dee'd, late of Southamp ton Township, Somerset County, Fa. Letters of Administration oa the above estate having been granted to the undersigned by the proper authority, notice is hereby given to all persons Indebted to said estate to make immedi ate payment, and those having claims against tbe same will present them dnlr authenticated lor settlement on Saturday. September Ju, l&S. at the late residence ol the deceased. HAXXAH MABTZ, augs. Administratrix. A Boiinew Edncatlon is t?ie meit prcflttbM, baeanve It is the most osefaL Oor aim li to practically train jonntr men for taa aetoal requirement of this commercial age. Indrrido! initrartioa. No vtcuion, Studeou can enter at any tuna. For drcoian, address P. LiLTF A SONS, Fituburj;, Pa. ii.iA . - for Infants and Children. . uCaataissowenadaptedtodndreataat I Catrla enraa Colir, CoMtipation. I recornod it miprrior to dj prescription I Pfwr Ktomaeh, JharrbflBa. f""v toowntome.- dl Aanrai, V I " 111 So. Oxford St, Erookjjra, X. Y. Without iajurioaa aedicaBon. Te Carrara Coapasr, 182 Fnlton Strsai, K. T. !JiirjirAi!JLonDr.i:JLr An absolute core for Rheumatism, gpraias, Pain in the Bock, Jiurns, Galls, c An Iustantaneoos Fain relieriny and Healing Bemedj. J T7XECUT0R,S NOTCH. A tdutta of Adam Zimmerman, deeM, late of Som erset township, SomerMt Uoaaty, Fa. Letter testamentary oa the above estate hav ing been granted to tba andenlrned. nolle Is herebvgivea to ail persoos indebted to said eMate to make immediate payment, and the having claims against me tame win prevent mem amy amiieatiae'ed for settlement, on Saturday, No vember 1, 184, at the late resideac of tA Ex emtur In Jenner Twp. JOXAS XACRER, , Scp'Jl. Executor. D.M I XISTIi ATO Uci NOTICE. Estata of Jonathan Bowman, dee d, late of Som erset Twp SometsetCcs, Pa. Letters or administraUosi on the above estate having been granted to the andersiinwl, by the roper authority, notice is hereby given to theas ndebted to It to make Immediate payment and thoee having claims or demands will pleaa pre !nt them duly authenticated Sir settlement oa Friday. October 31. lt. at tlie bit resident of deceased. SAKAH BOWMAN, sey:. Administratrix. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Estate of John L Kautfmaa, dee'd. late of Cone- maavh Tuwnnhip. fv.niTset County, fa. Letters ef administration on the above estate havina been granted to the undersigned by the proper authority, notice Is hereby given te all persons indebted to said estate to make Immedi ate payment and those having claims against the same to present inemuuiysutneaiicaiea lor set tlement on Thursday, November , lv-t, at the residence or the Administrator. JACOB 1. KAUFFXAX. scpJJ. Administrator, Headquarters FOB CAMPAIGN GOODS ! CAPS, CAPES, LEGO INS FLAGS, HELMETS, TORCHES, fcc. fcc We Supply marchl'g clubs on the shortest notice and at i lAvpi '" fxV lowest pricee-S&siiSif-tVi.'. 4; send lor f ata logue and Price Lin. WK & CO.. HATTERS ASD FUESIEES. 29 511 AVENUE PITTSBURGH, PA. augU-t-eow. EXECUTOR'S SALE OF Personal Property AND REAL ESTA.TIC I T 'here will be exposed to sale by public outcry . at tbe late home ol John P. Cover deceased. In Brothersvalley Township, on TJIUJtSDA Y, OC TO BE It 16, 1S84, all the personal property of the said deceased, consisting In part of i horses, cows, 2 hit hogs. agon, - buirzies, 1 raowicg machine, tmre rake, and other larmlng implements : 1 sleiicb, S sleds. 1 spring waifon. 2 sets buititv harness, i sad dles, eeppci and Iron kettles, iio sugar heelers. see ousneis oi oats, va bushels oi wheat, Jo Ions ol hay. a lot ol straw : corn and potatoes bv the buhel ; coal and cooking stoves, 4 clocks. I over 100 yearsold, beds, bedding, carpels, and a large lot ef othr heusehold lurniture. ALSO At tbe same time and place, tbe Home Farm, containing ue acres, naviog inereon erected two-story Frame House, good Bank Kara, and other usual Farm Buildings. It contains a large Sugar C'amn. and Is well suDDlted with water. This farm is in a hlgn state of cultivation, and is one oi tne most eeautnui ani aesiraoie rarms la the County, lying directly Northwest of Berlin, and adjoining the town. The cemetery oa the larm wul be reserved. bale to commence at S e'lock A. a., whem terms win ee maoe anowo. W. A. Powell. PETE:'. J. COVER. sepl-3t. Auctkmer. Executor. XECUTOITS SALE OF- fallal Real Esiale There will be so'.d at nubile out err. In the Bor- ougu oi 3tojeiown, at xu ctuca r. ., oa SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11.1S84 The farm late of John O. Stahl, deceased, situ ate in Uuemahontcg Township, about 2 miles ionui stoyeeiowu, ana t miles irom lioovers adiolning lands of John Bowman. Eman uel Lohr, Oeorge Metsger. and others, containing SSacres. The improvements are a Two-story Ltv DWELLING HOUSE, Bank Barn, Good Orchard and Sainr Camp. It is woll watered. In a good itl- of cultivation, and anaeruuu witn uoai ana limestone. TEXtjvrs. Tea per cent when the property is sold, and the Daiance oi one-uiira wnen tne sate is confirmed and deed made : one-third to remain a lien on tbe land as widow's dower, the Interest of which Is to be paw annually : the balance In four canal an nual payments, to ue secured ty judgment. K. H PATTKRSOX, sepl7. Executors ol John ii. Stahl, dee'd. R EGI5TERS NOTICE. CONFIRMATION DAY SEP'2STH. Notice is hereby given to all persons concerned as legatees, creditors, or otherwise, that the loi lowiug accounts hive raised register, and that tne same will ne presentea lor cunnrmatlon and allowance at aa tlrphans' Court to be held at Som erset eptetntxT z:, 1M 1. tirstana anal account or Cbas. H. Kautx, Administrator of Alexander Friedline. dee'd. 2. r irst and nnal account of David B. Arh and Levan Ash, Administrators of Anthony Ash. ilec. irst and nnal account ot C. J. Potts and Charlotte Bowers, Executors of Jeptha Potts, deceased. 4. irst and final account of Lincoln Stern. Ad- mioi.-imuir oi Aiexanurr iMfro. uec 1. 5. Thirl account of William U. Si-hrork and ohn S. Meyers, two of the Executors of Jacob J. 31 e vers. dee d. . r ir.t and final account of James Lambert, i Administrator or Sarah Hurncr. dec 'it. T. Firrt and final aci-ountof Edmund Iturner, Administrator of Jacob J. Homer, dee d. I. First and final account of Samwl xijder, Ad mi nisr ra tor of Magdalena Good, doe'd. V. Fim and final account of Jacob D. Powell, Administrator ol liul'us l'etcrtnau, d-e'd. lt. irst and final account of J. M. K inner and Win. K. Cook, Administrators of Augustus Dia, dee'd. II. Third accoent of John M. Olingor. Trustee for the sale of the real estate of Peter ilcrers, deed. li Aoconnt of H. C. Beerits. Guardian of Min nie E. Heffley. Is. Amount of Henry Ranch, Administrator of Mary Walter, dee'd. 14. Fin and final account of Abraham Lenhart and Lodwick Lenhart, Administrators ol Jacob Lenhart, dee'd. 15. First and final account of Henry Uj. Stern, Admlnislratorof Mary Ana Htxet. dee'd. IS. First snd final accuubt of Julia H t hl, T ruslee fir ti.e ale of t ho real estate of Solomon K&ev, dee'd. 17. tlrst and final account of L. A. Kreichmad Cornelius Burkholder awl Christian Hare, Ad ministrator ol Noah Burkholder. dee'd. Recorder's Office, ) A. A. STUTZMAIf. i A eg. XT, ISM. Eeglster. j IT WILL TO BUY YOUR DRY MILLIKEBY GEIS, FOSTER & QUINN'S, JOHNSTOWN, PA. Their Stock is Largo, giving you a wide range to select from, and their prices are the Lowest. GEIS, FOSTER & QUINN, 113 and 115 Clinton Street, JOHNSTOWN, PENN'A. mnmnm 0ata ifflj Bate, j s.. Bear 266 Main Street.: Wholesalers and Retailer : Op. C. R. B. STATION. Ijiimbe AND EUILDH3 2AT22IALS. Hart anlSflfoob oa r, ASH. LHERRY. POPLAR. I A LA IT, YLLLtiW P.VE, F.t OS.VG. . SHIXOLtS, VHVStT.SCT. " 'I 1 1. rixt., a uvDflral L n fif ftll nr I V.. . LA I It, ELIAS CTJriSriNGHAM, Manager, Somerset Branch. Offices and Yard Opposite S. & C R. R. Station, Somerset, Pa. 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