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The Somerset Herald.
CtEOE'E K. MX IX, F-dltor. ill kind of iruslUJ.tcA6ny ' T J,, awl -V-. if;'yt-JnK-i -lasses and sp,,;1'', ' sn-dcr All il.e dif'l-rPTrt odors "t eitra-.-ts at Hie- iil shell ""' bottom priora, si,-,j. k feed oT. y f!) ki'.i'l- f p-nt '- k'jV I"u ca" I n at J. I! -MiyJei s. n ir i rvmoved. and "1"" 1 luI-JM-J. D- l-o.oer- . Hardware filore. . . 3 . '.....-.i... , s krotk. til tUl-iecr. rr ,r , ,.. y!:.sl r.t. the lust place to JuieatJ.B- f-nyd.Ta. .,-t.uiu. Flower is dd by M. K-hrock i-. li is warranted tbe best. litiiir annd tilnrhams are at Mrs. A. K Thi s. un, IHn'.i.-t, one a-oure Sown ,r,d. twatm:iiiMi-rw. body to com" in and w us J. B. H'M.nexmvif. v - :,ro. k : a lead. of low prices in v.;-,::4 in 'he n7 Fiour and Feed ,. i. ,-,1 Wa-.e'r. b .ti'S, rcr-om ui. nded hy ,n'..i';;i...U,bel,ado.,!y.t !"kerA j Jn f x,)rtU lt . j has not ony ainted things red in tiie or . i- money ar;d buy yourcanmd giwlx j j,ur,arv way, but ari-t fever has actuaiiy ,-- M S-.-l.na-k. They are a'way nice I broken out ft! tbeculHtal of new LUe. ,,,! !Wu. -ij-n yo i 20 1 Vr' , ...... i.. aH and ' J next s-k. don' . B. Holder hetim't , siire-r-'tn- T . b-t em-nii.-s-Ho'vrs har-ajanlla , i i,re blood. The latter is utterly de . ,.,.1 t.v tiie miiar medicine. U ....r.nwn Almanac, F.ngiish and ier-u.r,7Vhole-aleanJ K.tail. for ale at Ki-!i-i; -,t i.irea'i the vear round. Ciriel.:: (aqelvi: one nun l ss" tosi'li" irolll, ai J. B. Pxyii:'s. ne.- line of shirtings, ginghams, ,d a general line of dry goods, just A tr-ce nl l-.xs. .1 mviied at r;.ery attt'tnioii ,.,rf.rni:ve and J. Ii. SSI HKft S. iveii to dental oeratioii meriiftnirat branches, at M M ilan . I'-ntai U-m. over TredweU . . JV. ,v Miiboiiru's Java and M '.'hit')' f.e ,.w.!d by M S-livH only, n up"- Sli'tsi I tin 1 0" a"'' -v " meihuis 'r cm I. .at of the fm- ' (J-j j. Ii. r-NVi'tn's. j , .5 n.-r buy ' .rn for 47 .en's per ,.,...,':'!,,. re I'--.-hy -oil f-'r r V,;-i.y has -me to 'a.V - CJnl busi- i;,--. aud dWt you f"----t it. t the n-oii.'mv sb- store, and lie vvirnvd ti.alinr.il will do wonder, in the iV ofbuviLg bsJt. i:.is., etc. S- HELL & SBtVtF.ft. T!.. re las iii tl.e st im-n some line st.i. k f I lc,-.t in S.teerset. but never has l,. rL !v,r..i. ii splendid line in the town a-1 ,;i a;!! iind now at J. Ii. smiekV We have on ban ! a lame nunilier of g..id I n. k whi. h we will ii in quantities to suit tiir .unlias.r. Priiwvery reasonable. Yard o.i!te the l.'.auuv mi.l. ii . Hm nut Baoa. 4 Paksof. I La Ves vou can fjnl all colors of ready- j . . 1 : r von w.nt i Si't.,1 TJIi ll H IU III UO '..int...... J- . ... .... , irt t u cans : also, ail kind I . . ". ...! .. tMint bmslit. 1 1 1..,,. 1. at J It Holder- I w s . h 11 uieuii, . - baum's Hardware Store Somerset. Pa. IV, you want to see the best line of gents' fine pant its ever shown m Somerset 7 Lull at J. It. rjN'l I'EK . I mi) sell you carpet at any of tiie t illow- mg i pn- : I s'. 1'..-, ir, ."i-. 3.'jr. ;t'sc.:;7;c. I-'. up to I r VMr.j. All ea:.ls rut to til natm, without ex'ra eiir'-. a; J. B. SNYt'EK'a. The Housewite Ta i secure steal liarga .luring the remain der of this and a'i ofn.it 111.1111I1, in table iilieiis. rilpkius. towel-. iK-d-pri-Mib. lace curia:!;- and ". rim. Special pr..v wilibe ma ie v -nit imyers until April 1-t. Tli.ise eom- i;i;' i-ar;v 1 ss'ure llie choice of sc.eetiuu. Mks. A. K. t'lit- One Moment. Plea&e. Vie wish to thinik the public for their gen-en;;- isitroiiar in the U--t ytar. (lur trade has lip -raved sienlily for w hicli we are that kiul. Tills year we iros ise lo do busi .rn tiie cash bai, w hich will enable us p. : i-.ns. shoes, etc., much lower than ti.. .n-lii linns. Why? For many reason. h;. fi' .:i tliem. because we do not have to a.i.l b.-;.T protus to make up for bad ac counts lost. Kindly give us a trial and we will demonstrate the fact that co-'A n-Ji by 'fiir-Mii... Siieij. A Sihvle. What ts coing on In Somerset? The late ! we know of in the last thirty l.iy.. is i,r nuioval of J. II. Holderbaum. Hardware Stnre to the new room one door North of Cook 4 Bius s Grocery, where ti.cy nae tl.e lsrg-t and best finished room in Western I Viiis Ivania. Owing to our lar-jr slid increasing trade we were obliged to li-iM- tiie old stand, where we bad been for many years, and find m ire room. We are 1,0 prepared to famish the best Hard and Implements at the lowest pwsihle I r-.c.-s. Please call and see us w lien in Som rrsrt, r. hetiier vou wart goods or not. We wmt you to s,eo-ir room and goods, and j Irani our p-iifs. J. B. HoLIU KKAI W. Headquarters For Prime Western ("ever S-ed. " Timothy Se.1. Fur U-st Ma kerel Fish on the market. For lowest figures on Ijke Fih. For liar and fuelled Corn. F '.ri'h'.p I'.ran and. Middlings. For Wheat. Oats and Potatoes. F .r iintnges. I-nions. ai,l Pcai 'its. For Molasses, siyruj,. and Sugirsi. For '. ..lbs . T. as. and Spl.-es. F r I'raekrrs, Ctiresr, arid Bolognas. For K.niir. Crii-uieal and Hism. F..r le-atis. Oxt-mial and Kice. F .r t'aiiuisi (JiK-ls and lined Fruits. For Bu'ter. Igird and llri.-d Ks-vt. Kir Sail. Lime am! Cement. 1 T Carbon 1 l.i by the gallon and barrel. For F.rouus. Buckets and Tubs. Fo- .-icrything i:i .Mir line. I -jt eiery b'-sly at our store. Respectfully. Coon it BiEairs. Her We Are Again ! ' Helln, Fisk. shake I" "How are you, Mike! How are all the falii'y ' " Tliey ire all right, Fisk : oh. by the way. F;sk, hate you brought your spring clothing Yet -" " No. M.ke, 1 have not, but 1 was in Som erset yesterday, and sat bojr. after box of ci-nhitif unloaded at Snyder store, (ie-ma- rivers I but non't J. 1'.. sell lots of clot n ingl tie thing ia certain, Mike; when you g' to Snyder you can always tini Hume tl. iiir iiew ; you nvd Hot lie afraid of g. t 'itjr ..id ciotbing. wit'i new tags put on 1 tiem to make the.-n hok new. Tlien, too, J U. has such a benntifn! mora now : plenty "f bght, o y.i ran see w bat yon bay." " Well, Fisk, niy opinion is if av.ylx-ly w-Aitts cl.tbir,g or carpet and did you see Snyder's c,-t roooa ? weil. any cron !.i can't gH wliat they want out of thwt lot " 1el. and Uie low pneea. too, must be hard u pkwae. By-by, Fudt, we'll meet ftgain. ' j Several inches of snow fell 111 this e :ion Sunday tiibt. j Ti c steal her has bees anything bit j !o- ant for tit m week. i ! Mr. I'anl A. Seheli and b ' ier. lldilb, i i left for Wi.'.hi:o.'to:t Tl.iirsd-A mon.iii.;. j A narrds-r of yomv mec. are end a vori ntf to or-rniif a Y'ing Mi'ChriMi;in a--i-alion in Bedfinrd. j Put tmr nvirestiir" on the next you make forty -t o in all lor that w : naru- There i ome talk of an early Mrin but a lone ax it i all talk and no poetry nololy a iM be disturhtl. The bill increasing the daily compensa tion of witnews attending! court to ifl.5" has i-ed the Lejiisla'.nre !i:iaiiy. Miw Annie Satim-r left Tii'- day ni .rniag f.ir A'.livheny City, wlipre t!ie will mi J fet vera! lret'k viitin: reiatirra and friends. ! Mr. Ii. S. S-uli left lor liaiuino'e, Tnurs day. lie exjwiied to he in Wa .iion Monday to wiliieM the inaugural oe:uo-tiU-s. Fayette cunty is to have a new jail tu cot e!'e,'.i. The atractiire will Ik- of itone. Iiii-'lirtid, M.i.i!tte 4 Co., of I'oiontuuri:, j are the roiitra-nore. ! The attendant at Court l.-vt week ! Lir-r than at any term for years pit. ws : Tire j crowd luiiic on tili t'.,art l:n:iUy aiijnnrneJ i for the- week Saturday evenitij!. Much in!erei is niamft-sted in M Ki.-l-ort as to w hom the President ol the tuxt t oiin cil will be. tlue memlier h is h.-eii eit;ed. but ii is runMre.1 that Barges Mt"ure II! hiiiiself assume tiie Hii!vu. ! Mr. M. II. Hartx-ll. of lhx-kw.M.1. i doing j ! a land-otfl'-e huines in baUsl buy and straw j ! thism in'er. He has shipped about eiliteen i oii from Korkwood. isidrt a !ar.-e uaim- ! ty (nun Betlford county where he has a baler ! at work. ' H. Sellers Mi 'Keesays thst all Pit'shurgh tockboiders in the .South Pcnii have sold tiieir stKk. uiul liiat he hts received the m iner for his already. The staiemeots l.u( tiie building ol the road were ail, he declared, the vanest rot. ' ' John II. Jonlan. Km,., ol He.!.or.l. is m at- . teiidauce 011 the Somerset Court this weii wbrre he is employed as counsel in an ini ' (sirtant ejectment case. Mr. Jjnlati has a I large circle of aispiaiiitancet ami many ' warm friends in .Simcr-el ciuiity. I ! j A bill before tiie Legislature dt lares i'iali. j ! pheasant, nil, bla. k and grey i'lim-ls. rac- ! j coon and deer, tiie ers i:ial properly of the ! owners of tiie land on w .licb they a'ii-le or i I range, and it makes a -nal oiL-nse to hunt. I trap or kill, cacejit by l re written consult of j owners of llie land, any of these animals, j j Mr. A. ti. Kiiiim.-H, of near lViiin. ;li , j another f iilumn advertis.-s on:e valiial-le j blo.sl.sl st.s k fir sale. M. Kinitn I! has I been in the sto. k busims.- for a number : j years mst and bau.Tiis none bill the best j It. ad his advert isemott. .m l ify-m buy any j thing from him you can 1 sure it is wli.it I. I he represents it to !h The constables and assessors elected two weeks ago will serve for three years under the provisions ol an a.i of the hgis'ature. tiem-d bv tiie ii.ivemor on February II. The act extending the terms of as-cs-ors iirovides that in townships containing more - than one election district a:i ass-sir sniit lie chosen for each district. SoliH-rsrl is the onlv townsbiti iu this cittntr lint hss I twoeh-ction districts. t Thirtr..n of the Butler c uintv counter feiters 4 ho were arrested recently, were ta ken to ricranton last uijcht in charge of iH-puty I'l-.iled States Mar-l.al V. Ii. Cham bers. The trial of t lie gang will be com menced nut Monday morning U'fnre the I'r.iusl States Court, which mi-ets at S ran ton. Tl.e prisoneSK were takt n om over the AlieglH-ny Valley Kftilmud, and will be 1 transf.rrtnl at Butljlo for the plait of tbeir trial. Iiip one end of a sisuigr in wavr and ti e , i whole will sie.in b- sa'uraied. So a diseuse j ill one part of the body e.T.vts other pa-!. ! I Yon have ooticcl Ibis your-i If. Kidney j j and liver troubles, unless checked. w:!l in- i dure smstiiatiou, pibs. rheumatism and ; I gravel. A timely uic of 1.-. Kennedy's , ' Favorite Kem-dy wiil prevent these results i It is pleasant to :iie tasie an 1 may tst taken fres ly by children and delicate females. It ' ' gives elaclicity, life und ciiecks will, roses uu j I them. j I Judge Wo il ward, of laiferrue c Utiy, in ' ehargingthe grand jury la.t week in rga;d i to public highway", said : " Wiiile it is true , that travel and triipjnalio:i are largely ac i ix.nimislatel by railroads, and wl.iie t i.i" fact may account for the iieg'is t of the township r.mds by the itpervi-r-. it i really no ex. -vise f.ir th.Hr failure to p norm ' their plaiu duty. Tiie public is enti.Ie! to have good isads and safe brid.-es. and the 1 Uiervisors ate elected to olli.-e to attnid ' these highways and k.vp them in good order and reiair. The grand jury was instructed that it was their province to return as com mon public nuisances such roads an. 1 hridg.sj j as are notoriously dangerous. Tliei the i sup rvts.irs can ne muicteu 1 ir ni-ges 1 asm the evil can lie reacbul and renieuie.1. The following letter from Souieriieid, this county. a;iear. d in the l'iitsbnrch Cmmrr rial Git-.r'iroX Saturday: The immeii-e virgin tract of tim'iK'r, cjai and iron ore lain1., ol lue -,;.r Yoiigl.iogheny ngion lying ."011111 of this nlaiss in Favetteand .-omerset couu . 1 i !. this State, am! in i.arrett cr.mty Marr- t i land, is soon to be develop! and its product j ' placed 011 the market through the medium ' of a railroad to lie built from Couilueoi-e 011 ; : the north to Oakland on the mil. j The road will have the Pi:;-b;,rgl, divi- ' I si.m of the Baltimore .t Ohio rear Coullu- ' j en.ss. crossing the Youghioghetiy river U- , i low Sloans Ford, and continuing alotur ti e ' I river on the Fayette county side t 1 tl i. j plai-e. From Simerlie.d i'sisiursetotlarr. it i 1 county Is practically dirtst. Alter cro-sirg , the Maryland line the road passes t! rou?!i I Seibys.rt1 Frirndsvilie and the " Kinging j t. rounds;" thence, probably, by the way of I Vcr Park to Oakland at which iini it w.ll . ciiiinect with the ruainaiein of the Baliinore j A Ohio. . I The new line is being cunsinic'.ed bv a . comitiy of I'!.ilade!piiia and B.d imore j capitalists. Among tb.sse of the latter pbn-e ; are the Swans. These parlies own the val i- 1 able traxts tou hcl by the rua f. All alone tiie pmjwjstsl route there ore dense forests of maenificeiit tim'-r. rich de pipits of iron ore and coal, an inrxha i.-!:h!e 1 supply ot white glass sand : and it is cluini- j ed by some of the older inhabitants that j there are also deposits of lead. A large part of the timber laud isowned by l!ieeunipa.';y btiilding tiie road. . I'runi east and west the products of the many weil to-do tarnien! w ill be conveyed along the National road tu eomrrlield. mak ing it a market plai-t for all agricultural pro ducts and the prinil point for shipping lumlier oil the new line. Fnrm here the line follow, the west aide of the Y-jugbioghrny tietween the mountain to Sclbyspoit, Md, which will a!o be an important shipping place for lunib. r. Between Fr cndsville and Oakland tin- principal timber lumls are situ ated, embracing in one s-ilid l-iy oxer 16, rsi'i acres. Tiie length of the line from Conilm-n. to Oakland will be from f-riy to fifty mii.si. The work of con-structing the bri lire across the. Youghiogit'y- "eftf Confluence, and of graiiing. id cMumi-iiis to-nHitnw. T!ie .nda Irvine train, run froul I Confluence to thi. pl.ee by July uext ' SHOT THROUGH THE HEART. ( - j . rr1 -t)(.T -,,..Ty r.t AS AvjcJ SO-SlaStTT (.Jt-.tll 'A.i KEP. FOULLY Ji'JRDERED. KEHMAN UVSESiER KILLED, THCJKOSBED Or FROM escucoo TO $40,OCO. ft To Men in the Gui:.c cf Cffiwri of the Law Do tne Deed. A Suspect Arrested. ' Iiifi.riuaiicn of the iu t h-nioie tra.-e.ly that ever occurred withirs the coiiil;)- of Sinu!rei;t county, was brought to tjoinerwt at an early hoar Thursday morning. The 8C ne of the iia.-iiy waa the ie:uet,c:t.f Mr. J- rman ltid-rj.f-r. rie r.f tl.-e iw&t pr (er oi fjrniri ,f Jenner towihio, lo,at-d at the f.ot of tii-j I. i mi H.ii in ntn'ain.ot ttie .i.n,.r7-t i !-. 1 J hii-itowti ;unvi,ikc. utout i iur!!i of liif viOa-re trf J nn r- J lro lilies tow.i. Tiie !-.: iu wbiv-li Mr. l':ii:r- j tf,.r rvi.K-d wa a r :t'.;'l u'-,in:ia! one, ! like that of mo-t t --d S.unerw : conft- ' ty fjrnii-r. ar.d t)u- fa;i;dy consisted of Mr. r:ul-erjT hi- wif.-. ;ai.uie Ilorrier. a-pr;.i,d- t d.iuI.Te- of Mr. rrniTver's. ten years of gr. 1IT1 i S!..m, a hired girl. Rr.d a hi ml inan, ilK-r TI rner. l y name, a Ho wa : trni',Hrariiy al-M-nt from the j-iui-e. 7'he old . gt-iilet-.u-i. it aiiers. l:ad a la k of ,iiti-dt-tKV i:s l a::":s. rmd rather tha i trujt Lis u-:il!is c.t-ii to tluni, !e k, i't I.i)1 iwoneyj w-ir't l;:in in his Lo'ie. The fact that hi1 at--! j w;ij- ha ! a larre ipsan'ity f rash in I he !iouc iipj'ars to have b-en well known in tiie l.-e;li!icr:i.i.t. During the past ft ; months ha had mude a sj'& ia! etf .rt to s:ile j u;i hi- aiTaii". and bad colicied ir. coi:idrr- aoie inoiiey that iie liad o-it in I ntis. "x'.'li'-n j py"ii to by fciet: 1 and nehrhhors of thv : danger of kepiug niue'i wealth in his ; hoii-e, te ii.i.iri;.!i'y repl'e.1 t!t lie w.r n'.'le : io j r, .t.--l 'tis pr'ij'.Tty, r. lie aisays k--p! a sw.ird a;id twro iivahsl 'in- ill !- lio'ie. In i his prime be- was a powerful man and d'd : n ,t know what physical f. ir a, hut of lati- l.a-1 lss-u gr-u'ly ;b'tul-.late. tjy turrra. il:g :ig.' and Mt-kness. The family h.id p-trtaken nf n ivite supj-er Wclnestisy eveiiir.g and the iitUiHt of tiie h;iii-e were togetlier in the iitimr riH.m when, the hour being aUuit 7 o'cUick. a knock w as beard at the front do.ir ami the hired gir! :-.s told hy the mistress of the lio-i-e to g to ti.e do...r a:'.d n !it was there. T ie d.s r wns Oi" -ce 1 and two nieu stej'isl into ti;e room, s.iyitii.--, "ii-wid cv-n:i'g. Mr. rtiilw-rer."' Tiiey m re in- t i:t-t to -it down ad !,'.: ciiair f.t iii? Mr. t llll(- a,, , Ih,.ir i:I,.u, ,0 Ui;il,-s. A fl. r sunr cv;:vri I'ion, tii.ytaid they W"re oil'; -, rs that a j-. w.-irv Ivi ii:- l been lu-t btt-Jircoii Jenn-r and J.ihn-town, am! they iud a sear.-U-w4rr.1nt to search e-.-ery ,'i.iuse b. 1 -a'ts u ItK '.o pur.-uuh-sj. the t'X j found; :;l d tl-at H.thoug'l ti.cd'l'y w as nnj.'casu.r, to-y. woul.i bare t'. s-;tn!i bis bnns". ti'? t.f tiie st ,ioj- rs .v.is a lare iTiaii, wi;h a y.-il" sjs't.'-i handi. rcl.: f tils! over bis cr and 01. t" ti.sl yr -uod hi i.in. Tiie olii.-r t a;; a c n para'iv. iy M.iaii i.i..-i. di-. sd in d-rk c!ot!i,-- and west'i-,; a d.-ri-y 11.11 and (i.iu: boois. I'iie lalir did ali the t:i!ki-i j 5:: I ma I- tiie sear.-h ; !;is e,,:n pjnioii r-.-;n lining ;n a stan . iitig p -iiiuu iu the -iOiug r.jom. Mr r.-ilo-ef, aissuu- a"i..d in' Ins w.fe and graudd ite.'ii'.er e -n-,!ii. t-l ti.e so.mo-r into t!:e pirior, wbieh a 'joIti- t;te silt-i.r roo.n. wiien iie ut idea 1 :i . .ry s.on.nj-ioU of 1. it art 1 !.- iu it !..! then pas--.l i:i:o the rt nt f !'; i.iing - M:. I nr-crjer s bed r-:iii, Jn a bure-aa 'ir.iw. r in This ni.un Were to lo;i-j j.f-k.-l b -k- i;l wl.i: il Herman rmlierg.r b;id l.ti i-awsyliic earnings of a long 1 i If of !a, tod av! strirt is-oiioiuy, from tw.niy to tveniy-li tl.icisand dollars in t:irn-ney. l-'ai-h s m; - tii tiie va'ue id' frutn fifteen to twenty thous and dollars, flu ojM.ning ihisdravvtr fa-ni-er I'miw-rir -r sa.d. "the?- un k--l iiooks coti- tain a little charge. I g'.e-s y.11 d-m t want ! to examine them." The stranger r.-pl:tl th;.t j he did not mid li e lilt.e party turned to i the sittiitg r s'tn. lie tliis time ihe s .i. i j cions oT Mr. I'uilitfrger l.ea i to b.- ur iusc.1. I and ateppiug h.ui iiito the ix-d r loin bet.vik J the p s ket bo iks frJio t:ie dtawer. and. i r j in,' without 1 is isi.it. pi .cjd tiient .0 tin; in i side piickct ol bis .'est, ai.d aaiu r,iur;.nl ! to ine si'ting n.T:i As be step. i int , ;i--. J siiting rum 'he -rnsl.er oi'tliet-o i I wl.ipiied out a r.-.-olier jtJ poiutin 1: full in the fj-rncr s f...-e -ie::i m-1 si ti,. in ;iey ..r bis life. T.'trin :.s:,-si .(&!-(! s,-u!,1 .. Te CJilt. C'S -f i.l' p S'K. '. l-o-i'.s. ri pre-eroir.g .1 ' i;;,-of toil, w : re Col lo I l! veil tip wttitout a s'r-; g'e. Th- ro'.l r fir. J f.iiir lot fr.un j hi- re-.'C.er. -inJ Iie.ii-.i s-j tiie I i;i,. : ! and ' : e hir.-i ; tl ru'l;-I o tr ofi;; Ii .t-.-. mi I M .- I'.ii s'iger r.i;i i:uo tiie kitci-i u a;. I ; r.tn-j t ;c iar.;" Jeiii r lil. Sliq had giieu I theb Ii ro;i... bui one or two pulls w ceo . she he.ir.i o;ie more shot, when lur bus- ban I s iicr-' i the k;t. lien and fell n h. r feet, sit..! thriuh the heart, j 'i'i'.e ril-i" of the liell ind the sere.t! ! little Nairni- Ei.! Miss Siciru soon in. 1- l-.-f 'ig'it ' a i.iiuiis-r , f irrrili -I nf ij:h!,.rs to tl.e f.-iti-; Lous." w lio w -r." I.orrihe-.i lo Icru of t-,c i li.u'.iy tra.-edy I ! . ;i r bad iss'ti cnacti-il titc-e. ; i i;e ii, uM, rers witti tiiei- b i.,-y ei-sjKs i;i j the ilsrkr.es. ( Tiie tie-A. cf the lerrihle criir sjead with . gre.t iapidty t!injl.;hoiit the csinimuiiity Mil l iaUn' l ill ist .h'clise exeiil ln. nl. ' IV pir for tiii'.. asi-otul fl Ani tai- sctne of the '.11UX.U.T ea-ly I iie i-l iiK'ruing a:id seari iiing parli--. w.ve otaui-i;s! aicj t:;rtrtd out in cii-ry direction. Tne ni'irdcrers csi! I lie tra ke-i for so-ne d'-tam-e tlirou'-ii tiie snow, the tracks leading in the direction i f tie motiitiaiiis. Tiie women d.d tift naig u'ui either of tiie men nnd tney l..fi no clii-' a to their id.titi'y. At lid- wrritiuz bui one j iirrcst ha? be..-u ma le in (smue. nun with tho i rinic and that not an imiwirtatit one. it thought. A liflllt tl UKCOKTER VP-ITS T1!: SCttE of Tf!F. tk .,i:tii . A rcpresc :tatie of the II ;.i. accom-pt.iii-i by Sm-fiil Mi Miiicn, drove to tiie I'liibeitrei res?'! -nor and pi-o,iTr-s! a di.mirt toe mi isei;u;i iuu loiiitAiug ui-iao- 01 i.ie sh-tcking event from ..Irs. L-n' . Tiie bouse stands m f.-otn tl.e pike a .out twetcy l.et an I is on the left hare! side ;f the rvi as yea o toward Jtcir.'-iown. It Is bin t a -a i f a hi!!, 'the i.-jnt pir' irg twt i.i. i, witti 'i-s.-c'' slong the eti ire front, Tl.e a. s. p-r, of tl.e builulrig is oiiiy .-e story bi'; iu:ll is Usd as a kitciii'ii. The large dinner ic!l-i htrig ins the m.jf of tho ki..l;eri and ttie rojs. aoai-beti lo it is sus pended 111 !i.eniioiie oi tl:e r.xnu. tr,rA or iir-r-e. 11 A Front d..r. - - - !i siiimi r situ. c-l'ri.r .l.r. l-f'a-kir. Y. lnslroom .loor. I' Il -dmnm, "-. , Bure-ni. H Idsiki-ftstr J Kitclrtrii door. . - K kiicheii. I. l-ouiite. M 'xVf table. N siting room talile. i 1 s:iore, 1 P-i'-si 1 -ilci'. rojw. Mrs. riuVrgee. the w; low of the murib-r-el niAll is a ..''.ii siity-ei.-'it ycsrs,,f a'. tliOUgil le r dark h..ire.id g.-nerai youttif-jl ap;s'arani-. w i-iid in II much Younger. T ir f I'e That sh was .wing .isr,t!it i,f the muni. Tine and robbingof br u'-.tbaati. Wil ruicli te t'A.,1 iu i.ertnau, was laten ijowa j cr-J H" r""" I'Vfctklkft aTCST. About fciif i-i-t kit o'do. k. Wednesday ! rvnina. Mr. Cmlwver, my Lttbi jrraad- ! sUojt'it-r. Nannie Horner, Oiir Lived girl. j;i!a sttam. and mrssif were in thu sitiing tr. l;iiVr'er wan in lu ihirt aleeeea ao,i -ai!yii,g on t!ie loar-.-. i s t sittins tt l,e tjoie kuiltiu and the girl and my rami Jtyi.urr were i,tuii; by me rrad'.u;. We bad ia.-t l nh.f.td Ujirafev m.ju;nls and tad I;-hid tUe iaiu Tlvere was a kn" k at ihefrot I door anil 1 told KHa to gee who was there. Hhe opetiel the door and two men waikett in. One of ibe nien said 'g d e--. ning, Mr. Vmherger." We plaeel iiair for them and askeii tl;em t lie eateil. Tt.ey sat down by the stove, mwof thetu re marking ii-M tliey went cold. . Hermau to! j mo to Mir tip the lire as it tr not very w ai in. Tuey sat so uuar the stove I could not get at it. They were sitting wu to face Mr. t'nilierjr'.T but with their backs to us. i put a chair between litem and told the large man t:i l.;ke that t-ha'r, which he did. The jrirl th u C xed the firt?. tine of the men was nim-h taller than ht other. lie hid yellow Mrired overdid on and su overcoat. He had two hatidiier.-hiefr tied ahioiit his head whkli .ar;!y cor;-eah-i his face. The small nwo w i dnsed in dark clolhes. He wore a low clowned, iiMwa d -by hat and gum boots. He had a long gray beard. The atnall man d:j ail :hc talking. Alrr the .fire had Wn fixed the small mar. a-ked bow far it was to Somerset. Mr. I'mitei-jjer said yviu are strangers to me. The smail man said they were from Bedford ami ni"i:tio!ied his name but I don't reme.uber wb.it name be gave. Mr. I'mherger aske.1 if they wanted to 20 tr Somerset. He replied tL -.t they did. rmberger then said you are oil of your track if juu want to go to Som erset. The small man then said: "You don't know out business. I am a constable and have a warrant from Bedford for a bjx nf jewjhy that was lost between Jennertown and Jobnsiowu." l"m!ierer asked if tliey had lad their war rant renewed iu this county. He said Jns ti's I'atu.-h had renewed it. Tiie small man then pulieil a large paper out ;,f his picket and read from it as though he !.. id a search warrant. Aftw sitting a lit- tie a l.ilr they got up and said tliey did not iike to do it hut that they would have to Ma'-eh '.he house and we should njt think hard of It iie aid they had b.n at Frank Hiij ie's and had left tiieir buxgy there: that ;h.y b id earilicd Hi iplc's and Lillian Fri. -dlinc't house and lliat they must search a.i tiie houses between Jennertown and Jiil.tjstfwn. I'mbi-rger assured them there was no jew elry here; :-o did 1. T lie small man then said " have you no hir.! man or anybody with you?' I replied that we bad a hired man but that be had ir-.netothe iotortice just a few moments !ot.' tin v fame. He then said tliey would l.i.ve to si-e.rcii tUe house; that some one in it might have the jewelry and we nut know it. 11" then said it was getting late and me sbo'ihi go with I hem through the whole h "i-e. Mr l'm!iers;er go' tip an ! lit a candle and he and Nannie and I and the small man walked into the next room, which isthepar I r. The lur:re man got np and Mood at the il.sir hading from the r-oni we were in, the sitting room, into the parlor. Kllen riteam j remruie.1 wlirreslie was, at tiie taile. At t lie fan nd of the parlor was a table covered - !:!, toys 1 longing to Nannie. The small luan w i'kis! over to this table and handled t he lo; ... ;:i-.d w then s ti'l I r nothing here, into ibe next room, which is 1 our tt-d riMjiu. There ks a bareau in tiie bed room otid be a-knl thai the drawers of it be o;s-i- d. Mr. I u-Lergrr opened the upper ilr.ia.-r, and the smail man exani.oeo: us , lo-itents very closely. He tlien aai.t be; w ;i;.ie.I i.t e.:mine all the diawers, and then i for the first time, 1 he-zan to susiect that -oui'tbiTi- w;is wrong. In the second draw er was Herman's sx-ket tsx.ks coittaining j l.i- money and valuable notes and papers. I I .jr.iikly oien.si the lower drawer and he told I lie to la'.e everything out. I said that was J ni l ntcc ary. He thru said we shwuld o-ru j the stcond d'.awer. Herman askwi me if be j shoc d i sii it. I think Herman at this tin.e bi-g.iu to -usis-i something. I told him to open it. lie then opened the second drawer in which be had his money, and -:.;), "lure 1 have a pocket book iu which. I hep ti iv change, but 1 guess 1 will not bave t iop.it it." Tiie smail mau said they did not to"'.! to ec- ti.a'.. ilu Hull went belund ... r and exaroiucd some clothe that j ha'-gini: there. j then said vim have been here long i -all 1 ii.-iii.di.it i lime yon would soout AM then i !. cut ba. k into the sitting room. i"e had at.vly gottin back into the sit- j 'in roou, when li e small man Raid be had I ; t-t.uuo. to i, .ok uucier tue insi ami tow Mr. i t:i'.-:g. r to go with him w hile he did so. M r. I'uils rg. r took tbo caudle and went If-.!, i ll;e Is i r. 'in. Nannie following them in. I"t.!..i in tie sittir-; ror.m. Natinie t came La. k and told me thut Mr. Cmberger w i. ilcd me to conic into the bed room. I wc-it in; the brd-rootu when Herman said to me Ihey -va-4i nie to pi. 11 the bureau from ti..- tfiiil. lie bad partly dour o. The man i -.-..; in in.-l it and saul there was nothing i ti .rt. II." then said, "l want the upper d-Ti-Ter pu-led otti again, maybe there is a .iTp-l.-OP.Oill (u il." ' Mr I'mlierger took it out and tiie man i:ld see into tiie drawer where the money ' vra-. He ti.tti a-k'-tl thai the second drawer i hi- pulli-i i'ii!, which Mr, rmberger did. I I tin :i sai l in ' .ei a', .ii, it is now lime that t iu get out of here. He said be didn't un , Uei-siat'd Ceruian. 1 replied if you don't go oil' 1 v ill -v-m learn you to understand it. Tne man walked out into the parlor and i IP. rman took the two scket-books out of j tiie drawer a:nl put them in his inside vest j pocket. I think the man saw him do this. : We all went back into the sitting-room. fV- fire we bad time to sit down the sma'l man d ew: a revolve frrom his pocket and point- ' it g it at Mr. I" inberxer's heart, said : j "1 WAST THAT MoNKY OB YOl'B Lll'K." I lit reiiie.i this several limes, advancing ' toward I'mlierger, who screamed and put : mii i.is hands oud tried to fight him oil, i b eking till be was against the wail by the luiok cisc, mar tiie kitchen door. When he I drew l is revolver. Kllen Steam ran through i the l.ii. ii ". ntnl Nannie ran out of the front I d.K.r. Tlic stuail man fin-d four shots and I i then ran intu the kitchen ami litgan to ring the dinner lull. The be!! rcjie hangs near i '.be centre of (be kitchen. I bad only given i: onror two pulls when I beard another I shot and at tl.e same time Mr. I'mlierger -lag-gercd backwani into the kitchen and fell ' a: i;;y feet. I reacned down and asked hir.i ! if he -as hurt. He gasped once and was .I. al. I at once ran bask into the sitting ! r sim and found the front ii.eropen and the two men gone. I then retiirmd to the kiicb . en and ranj the bell ti!! the neighbors come. I Nannie, who was outside of the house, heard ; ine rubliers running away and came back in j 10 the kitchen. The least possible sum Mr. j I'miK-reer had in the two pocket books was ; $-i st, and I think it was considerably more. I helped him count his money about j two years ago and be ".hen had between $l5,- 11 and ii7.'-f.' and sitire then be told ft j farm and collected in a great deal of money ! tint he 1. ail out 011 interest. I bud a good bit of money of niy own in the house at the tlii.e. but it was up males. J believe Mr. f I'mlierger reisi-irized one of the men and i that they killed him on that account, as j they could have easily overpowered him and 4 secured the money without doing him any ' bodily barm." 1: " THE 1'.ET. Justice Ranch empaneled a jury and held an in.ptest on the body ol the murdered niftu, Thursday. On eaaiuhialion by I)r. Walker it was fiiiind that one balHind struck Mr l iiibergcr iu tbo rigid luvast and passed through hi- bo.!y. It wa found between the skin and bis shirt. It was a 32 calibre ball. Arioliier bullet entered the left aide and passed through the heart- The first three shots did not hit Mr. I luberger. Two of the bails were found embedded in the wall, .'.it the i-oofc ea?e, aud the tiiird was. dia ls. wr.d ia lbs c, ilii'g. wi..Yh iude-ate thai tin re wa.s a s:riigg'.c or. Uiat.. the ilrst shots v. -re hre-1 with liie intent of frirrhleuinil Mr. Ca,;a rg.r a;id n .1 of ii. juries him. A .iEST:vc isctbEST. About eighteen mouths inot Mr. Cmaer-1 pi i out tmll ling, containing harness, "., to J the value of about $VV s Imnwd, and It was mpinistsl at thai tiro that she rtie rLort fire to tin? building did it as an in- j duotuueitt to jrei him out. but be did not i ...... move, nai remained in UJ nose, suspecting ftw parties wibed to jret him out and 11. eu plunder the bouse. DKSf airtiOM or tuc A.kssixs. Mrs. l"mterer and Miia Siearn and little Xannie give the fultowiiig deacripiioa : I lia larger of lue men is ah. Hit five feet tea inches tall and weighing probably 170 pounds, and wore a cap, dark overtwat. and overalls with yeflow stripes. When this man came in. and all the time he-remained, he kept his month, lips and cheeks covered with two red handkerchiefs with white dots, the one basing larger dots than the other, lie appeared to be about thirty-fire years of age, an J Mrs. rmberger distinguished him from the other as "the red faced man." The other nun was about five feet seven inches tall, and wore a brown derby hat, with a hole in the crown, and wore it set ha oa his head. lie had long mixed gray whiskers and moustache, but both bad the apfiearanoa of being faie; also his hair, which was kind of curly and tangled, and which Miss Steara thinks was not real. He wore a dark overcoat, dark clotn trousers. j and gum boots. Judging him in this guise, j they thuik hi age would be in the fifties. - ' jcst ncroai Till totctiT Mr. Friedline, named above, who lives ! within a mile from Mr. I'mo.Tger's.saw two men going through the fields last evening. ! coming from tiie Westmoreland line and go ing in Llie direction of rmberger a. They were a dismiuie front him. but one was larger than toe other. 1 bey kept off the road and seemed to keep iu or close to the thicket. TRVKISXi THI Ml'ftOXaEU. Shortly after the a'artu was sounded by Mrs. Vmberger. the neighbors caute running in and made every Kssible effort to follow the murderers but the trail was soon lost in I the darkness. Thursday morning the tracks ; of the men were traced front tiie house to the mountain. The footprint revealed peculiar marks of guru boots. About one fourth of j a mile from the house, piece of bread, etc., j were found, indicating that the robber had j lunched there. The footprints were plainly discernable ia the snow and led across the field to the mountain. The entire neighbor hood, in small parties, scoured the mountain and surrounding country Thursday. A St'srrrT A8RKSTCI1. Three young men from the neighborhood returned to Mr. T'niberger'a house Thursday evening and reirted that they had followed the trail of a man to and from the toll gate near Laugblinstown, ten miles north west from the scene of the mnr.ler There was no trail beyond the toll-gate, and tb circumstance led to the suspicion that Col lins llaiuilton, ft noted criminal, who makes his home with two old maid relative keep ers of the toll-gate was one of the guilty parties. He answered the description ot the man who did the shooting. He tallied also with the description of one of two men seen by Farmer Friedline goiitg in the direction of rmberger' about 5 o'clock Wednesday evening. A wakks;t issrco. Chief Harris, of the Johnstown police ! f.)M, and Constable Varner and Waters, of jobnsiown, were at Mr. rmberger bouse amj , these ofiicsrrs the young men made j their siisuiei.ins know n Hammer r.nm.I.I a resident of the neighborhood, on the strength of thia information went before Jiuiice ltau. ii and swore out a warrant for the arrest of Collin Hamilton and man unknown. 011 a charge of murder. Tliemar- was pb,,! ; the hands of the Johns- town otliiers. and they, accompanied by Mr. Caurtleld started fur the toll-gate. 'Ibe party arrived there about 1 o'cluck io the morning, leaving their teams t .juarteT of a mile in tbeir rear, to avoid noise, and ap proaching the bouse on fiiuL Ttieoirp-kEe at tos hcspbt' uo.e. A knock at tho front d sir raceivei a prompt resins, a female voice on the in side intuiting what was wanted. Chief Harris announced that he wished to speak to the person iasj.le a few niibule. Tb door was a once opened and the officer was con fronted by an elderly woman, who prompt ly began to swear and go on at terrible rate, even before the othcer had mentioned the olrject of bis visit, saying among other thing. " What do you want to come here "'"''ifhing tli boy for when be is as inno- oe'ni child, for I can swear that he has bwn ,n h..i-e f.,r three nights. a womax t.f Tut way. Xlien came a voice from tiie tar tide of the room, the smker beimr a femab- ami av.i. priug a lie.l on the floor, suggesting to the otfi ssrs that they " had better go to the sta ble, as there is lots of hay there" and they "might find it there." No attention was paid to this remark, and Chief Harris said ; " We want to see Collins Hamilton." The woman wiio had opened the door cjuickly n-p'ied: " Yow cannot ee him. He's got tevolver, and if you go up there you wiil be shot, for be will kill the first mau who enters his mom."' ' Tiien slie braced herself against j the -ia:r ifsir and said ; You can't go up. j I d.m t want to see anvbo.lv killed, a 11 el if you go up there you will be shot" Thia was sjsjkf n in a very loud tone, evidently that it might be hi aid by Hamilton up stairs. It had no effect on the officers, how ever, for tiie Chief removed the woman by fori, opened the iksjr, aud. going'ahead with a lighted lamp, was followed by Varnar and Waters, Varuer earrving ft lighted ca:i- , tur. ai. i,-r. PnxMsraling p itairsllieyemen-d aMotuat the head of the stairs. It coulained a bed, but it !iad no or-upant. The door of ihe next room visited was closed. Orer the d.iorway, written with chalk, in large letters, was the blood-curdling inscription : " Death to anyone that enters." This did noL how ever, deter the olllcer; from opening the door. As they did so they saw Hamilton in a half sitting jiosture in a bed. He made no demonstration, nor did the olllcers exhibit any weaiMins. He was informed that his visitors were officers of the law and that tbey had a warrant fur his arrest. Before the oflii-ers bad time lo say what the warrant was for, Hamilton remarked : I have been at home for three night, aud cad prove it." He wa then ordered to get np and dress himself, the officer in the meantime searching his clothes, but finding nothing except a few dollars in his pants pocket. Being slow about getting out of bed, the officers again ordered him tu rise, which he did. BIS BOOH 15 AKSCXAL. As s ton as he waa dressed be waa hand cuffed to Constable Waters, while Orflcer Yarner turned down the bed clotlies aud tossed aside a pillow. Fnder the latter were two revolvers, both Wied ; ft twenty-dollar gold piece, and a ten dollar bill. In a corner of the room Mood two rifles, also loaded, and a double-bitted ax. mt. norsr. scab wen asi what was rorsn. As soon as tin prisoner was handcuffed to Waters tiie other officer made a search of the rooms. Tiie search was thorugli. The articles found were a mask ; a stiff rimmcL brown bat, with the top dinged in ; a red bandana handkerchief, and ft pair of overalls. All these thing corresponded with those worn by the. small man at rm berger' the evening of the murder. A large empty pocket-book was also found in a bu reau drawer. It answered the description of one of the book taken from Caberger. The tilings were taken, possession of by the olllcers. hamiltok couxrrntD TO JUL, Constable Waters and Mr. Hammer Canf fiel'l starter! for Jennertown with the pris oner, while the other officer! went to Litro nier and took the train for Johnstown. The party with the prisoner iu charge arrived at J-jti-e Raucb's about 3 o'clock in the after noon, and the Justice accompanied the par ty to Mr. rmberger's. Mrs. Cmberger waa taken into the prissmer's presence first. She said he was not the roan. That be eorres por.ded in se but In no other way. Mis Sicarn and the little girl both failed to iden tify the prisoner, and were of the same opin ion as Mm. Cmberger. The Justice decided j to bold ib prisoner and 1,6 iu coniiaitied I to the county jail. ! Constable Kaurli arri red in 8mersi-t with tl pri-jjner in charge a) ont 9 o'cPuJi Fri.lay night and lodged him ia tail, sriiere l.e stiil reraa,'t5s. XTbde there is uvflr-uj to iho that lie sjs an active partit'ipuo: in ti e crime iie ia generally ie!.ced tu h-ua beeo an a-c jnipliie. ,. oa a9iMKft tki;. t'unslable IU0H1 ar. l Hammer Oaufiicld aprwared betorc Jas;ie 1- it. Hk-ks, uf tliij phe3e. Sxtturuay morning and procnreil a warrant for the arrest of two nien living in Westmoreland county, who are sas"oted of being the guilty pwrtits. Thy took the west bound train on tiiS B, i O. Railroad Siatunlay nionung; hot have Botsim been hear-Jof. A rumor is athiat at thi writing tiuit one of the guilty parties has l.n ar rested and luaile a confession, in which he implicates Ave other persons in tiie crime. It is said that they are a regale r!y organized band of outlaws and that many or the crimes committed in thia and adjoining counties of late years, amnng them the shooting of farmer W. F. Weller. some months since, can be traced to their door. Our reports faded to trace this report to any authentic source. ., . t The people of the entire northern section of the county are stiil intense! ciciled over ibe tragedy, and all sorrs of rumors and stories concerning it and the peqietraior-i are ftilont among then. If all the parties said to be suspected of committing Ibe crime: were to be r.sted. the county jail would scarcely hold them. ths rrsEr- The funeral of the uuired roan' was at tended by an immense concourse of people, almost every one tbr miles around being pres ent. It took place fnun bis nsc.dene at P) o'clock Friday morning, and lib remains were laid to rest iu the cemetery of the Mt. Zion Church. . Herman I'mlierger was born on the 27th day of October, 1S17, and was consequently in his 7-nd vear at the time of hia ib-atb. He had resided on the same farm f..r forty -eight years. lie was fully six feet in height ; heavily built; of powerful physical devel opment anil well prop.siionei in every part. He was of a humane and hospitable nature, and strangers always fottnd a cordial wel- come at his home. His manner of life was very plain, and his home was comfortably. line r,,r I-ignter. but by no means richly, furnished. j They arrivccl at I.ig inier ohout i 1 a talk with nsnit.Tos:. j o'clock .Monday morning, and. aft-.T git- A Hkkilii reporter called at the county j tins S.paire (llcasner to iienew their war jail Tuesday morning, and through theconr- j rant, they hired a carriage and drove 10 tesy of Sjlierin McMilleit hail ft short inter view with Collins Hamilton. Hamilton is a young man, just :) year of age : stunts i feet 0 itu'hes in his stocking leet ; weighs lto pounds, and is perfectly pnijsjrtioned. He has brown hair, dark brown eyes that have a keen, restless, wary look ; is dark, complected, and wears a light brown mous tache. He is quick and wiry In his move ments, and reminds one of a thoroughbred gamecock. He is powerfully built, stands very erect, and looks as though he would be able to hold up his end of the string iu u foot-race or hand-to-hand fight. He talked freely and in a pleasant voice, although bit sentences were somewhat jerky and his manuet nervous . He said to the reporter, among many oth er tilings: "I was at home the night this affair happened, and can prove it by ja good aritiiessies as there are in the I.igouier valley. I make my home with my two maiden aunts, who live at the toll gate between Jennertown and Laughntistovn, when I am not doing tinia for some offense, or suppose,! offense ; I was sent to the House of ltefuc ; by this court when I was only 17 years of age, having been convicted of burglary ; I Ijreen gos!s foun.I atnoiig Mr. Nice was onlv a bov, and with two other iads ; Iv'a t iTc-Ls. H- piisviutr's wiftr criid burv-iorii'-d Silas Coser'a since uiJenner X lloals; I was guilty then, but I am not now ; I was only kept at the Kefuge for eight mmt'is, and was then leu go becaus-! of my good behavior whiie there ; I was sent to the" pen" by the Oreeiuburg court fur threeycars and eight months, on a charge of larceny ; I was innocent, but because of my bad character was convicted ; if it were not for my bad character, tEiey wonid never have arretted me this time. They bave no evidence against me. Mrs. rniherger, the hired girl and the little girl a!) said when I waa taken befere them that tbey hail never seen me before. I never saw- Mr. Liuberger la know litm in my life. 1 ( never got a bad mark while I was in the Pen. Mv record there was good The night this crime was committed Ed ward arns brought up a load of hay for my aunts. I helped him nnioad the hay. Jt was just about .lark when wa finished. Hots could I have been there and at l odierger's at the same time. Tliey talk of tracks tu the house. There was anuar 00 the moun tain and on this side till a short .hstance above where I live and from there on down there was no snow and the ollioer could fol low the tracks no fanlier. and because this was close to my home they arrested me. The mask they claim to have found in niy room was not in my room but in the down I stairs room. It was an o,d false face that I j bad bought at Mr. drove's, in I.igonier. If thev have any evnlerue again et me tliey i ought to let me know. Tbey may think that because 1 know a g-xid many had men 1 j know who did this hm t .1, ,n 1 I ia.- mn suspicion and gave them to the officers." two more Aaar.srs. Just as we go tu press Tuesday evening we learn that Constable Rauch, with several tleptities, arrested Joseph and David Nicely, who live four mile from I.igoiticr. A search of tbeir premises failed to show any indica tions of their guilt. The officers claim they have sutlicieui evidence to warrant them in making tbe arrests. Tiie prisoners were ta lrri to llm 1 'nhrc-..p tss.wlt.nr (V.p ..Ifnlift. cation this morning aud will probably be brought here this evening. A CALL For a Meeting In Favor of the Con- J stltutional Amendment. The undersigned urge the citizens of each election district of Somerset County to select delegates, irrespei-tive of party affiliations, j to meet in Convention, in tbe Court House, at sjomerse, on 11 7.Y'i7J 1 MA lit 11 17, I-vi. at 1 o'clock p. m for Ibe purpose of effect ing a county organization by the election of County Chairman. Comity Committee, Executive Committee. 4c, in order to secure j fts many votes as possible in favor of the ! Amendment to the Constitution prohibiting the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors as a beverage. Let every election district in the County he K' presented. Aamuel Snydir, J. B. Hohlerbaiim, A. J. Colborn, s. Ballmer, A- C. Uolbert. 1. Y. Brant, Valemine Hay, K. U. Mosiolh r, V,'m. KniisieY', James lannnert, J. M. Hay. " H. S. Ijiosiey, - - . ie orge Ovt in, i . H. Kuppel, Henry F. tscbell, If. I Siss. John II. Z'lin, (.eorge J. Black, S. H. Brook. W. !s. Kiiblmaii. '. Y.. 11. Werner, J. H. hxtv, A. H. Cort'ro'.b, J.C. Cunningham, P. S. Hay, J. K. Cwler. W m. fS. Morgan, J. it. Zimuierman, Jauies M. Cover, M. L. Young, N. B. Critclili. 1 1, William StaMer, C. W. Williamson, K. S. Johnston, D. K. Wagner, Henry Lucas, trtsiirge M. Nerf, Frel Shaalis, A.J Hileiaan, Joserib Horner, Jacob Holfman. H. C. Been Is, John H. snvder, W. H. Piatt, U. WolfhOs-, W. H. Barnm, Hiram King. Josinli Pile, Peter Miller, Jacob Baker, J. B. Snvder, John Lnneld, K. Menge., A. VY. Mi!!er, Kugene It. Floto, rsolomon Pile. Ui11.ll. Milter, J. J. Mi Atilleii, William Maurer. -'. B. Moore, (). P. Dliaver,' Aaron tvhntrk, H C. WelcU. J. U. McMillen, J. M. Berkey, Jouaa M . Cook, Samuel I'Uilson, Charles F. llhl, C. A. Walter, Gotileib sjtraub,' J.C. Knable, J. K. Faust, H. L- Ha, (ieorgeH. Uve. D. ii. Miiu r. Charles J. Harrison, J.J.Walker. M.J. Pritts. 8. C. Bridigum, Wm. B. Frease, J. L. W. stioert Oliver Knepper. Josiah Woy, K. J. Walker, John O banner, W. A. Rink. Jolin H. Bird, Josiah baler. A. Evans. Wm. H. Weimer, Harrison Snyder, J. D. Meese, Pnilio JSmiia, B. o. FleciJ. I). H. Wy,fer?rrwr. Benj. Bowman. Amos W. Knepper, Prospscfs for a M4i Party, THE MLUIiKKKKSi.il; II K UMAX L M- fergkt: i:rx ixiwn cv oj.n- STAELE Il.M'C II. HE." urri:; them slau i.pinxn: AM' LAM's TUT..J IX THK VH VfY JAM.. THE LITTLE Ji .V " tii - V. ' T.ii'K; rni po-itivklv :t.KSiir;Ku BV StRs. L'UKf L-.KK AND Kl ! VS $ max -vi iH i-.r t. THK1R REIN. T!!K t.ni.TY rxuTnns. Just as the Ukbai-O tras alxmt to g-i to press, at ! o'clock Tuesday evening, foil- Ube John O. Kitich, of Jennertown, ar- riven in Nimerset witti ijvii an t jo- ; seph Nicely in charge.ttnd bulgiHl tiiem in tbo county jail. The feeling in this j town, and throughout tlio entire north- ! em end of the omity, h:u been inten.-e ever since the anu. uiKviin-nt of thenuir- : der Win made, and we'f-! assured that tiie news oftiie ca; !ureof the tionds who i porix-tratisl tiie horrible rrinm will lie . (tratifyirg news to nuiny of on r rva Jern. j 1 lie story of tue arrest and idcniilK-a-tion of the criminals is a fnilons : ("onstable lijuclt appeare..' b fore Jus ti' I- M. Hicks, of this pl:.ce, itunhiy morning ui procure.1 a warrant for the arrest of two nien nan es unknown on a chfttve of uiur.kr. H- and a deputy, Hamn.ftT CanffieM, left the name tuorn- ! tng fr Ls'irelvilie, a sliort di.stame this ! stile of Mt. Pleasant, where they had rea-son to lielteve they w-juM 11 n l the partit they wantiil. When they got to l-aure-lviMe they diecovereJ tiiey were 0:1 the wrong scent, tiie men they suspecte.' liad twit lieen away from honn; the day or night of (lie murder, but wiiik there they gathered some iinpurLint informa tion, after learning which they ma le a the residence of IhiviJ Nicely, .alw.uit three mile diistant from I.tgonier. AKi.'Esrr or the "itEn-KAi-rn to t v. iHmil Nutt'lv live-a on a -small fnrm in I UaionW-r Town-ship, Westiuon-lmul Conn- ty, Wltb hlS Wifeail'l tWOmal! ctll.!nll. His reputation throughout the neighbor hood ia ua-avory. His wife resondel to Constable Ilauch's knock at the door and to his question as t.i whether Mr. Nicely wa at bopi replied that he was in the shop. Jnst a.s she said this M. Nicely came out of another door and ptarte.1 for the countable. Constable lUuch knew hia man, an ), drawing his revolver, onlerej him to tiirow up his hands. After handcui'ing hit pri.5r.er ami leaving him in ch-irge of his deputy he proceeded b nearcii the house. AuioDg other things found in the room was a pair of VKl.LotV -sTti I'KH .VEfctl.t.s, a red handkerchief with white spot', an overcoat, and a pair of iKxit-s. There were a'tsn -sovcral letter") rclatirg to anil protetecI violentit against bis lieing i j t tken away, while he himself, took tiie j mutter quite coolly. j j The constable, with his prisoner in! j ,.iml,, started f.,r the ri.ieni- of ! j hie brother. Joseph Nicely, abont a mile listatit. ari;it of Tin; "1 rrTLEiA.i." Josieph Nicely was found at a black- i sooth hop close by his house and was j urrestcl without any great dillicuily. liU family consisted of a wife ami seven I children. When arrested he had 011 a pair of j .I'M It H.Ts, I i which, when cnnipareil it'll the tracks I uiado in tlio snow by one of tiie lutir- j dereisi, curreMponJeAl precisely, j A setirch of the hott.-e was nimic. and ;' j among other things liistovereii wa a j ; wallet, a low-crowned derby hat with a J ' hole in the rim. an i a suit of dark-color- i e.1 clothes. Jos--pit Nirsly, the " little j I man," ia a well-known criniiniil charai-ter ' I who has '"don time"' tnorv than once, ! I ami for more than one offense, j The constable took his pris me-rs to 1 Ligonit r, where he kept tln-ni over i.igiit, I and at an early hoar Taesiday uu m.iig , started with tlieai tu Jennertow n. mine ; ; they were given a iiearuig before Sni; : lUuch, and were ; Ft I. I.T AMI eilsiiT'.VKI.V I i ,fTI V Kt iy .ii!.i iiinejger, r.iien Mearn.atuf Jun nie Iloraer, as the men who nitirden d ! T"t"ml -'rnjan l ntl.'rger, ou r.! ! nesslay evening last. TIT. liElutNl . The jruni boots- worn by the "little man" were comiared with the tracks made in the snow by the murderers, and were found to fit e.xinstiy, an were trie boots foiiml tn ths house of the "sed faccti man.' I A man hy tl.e nan.eof Tleeiier testified 1 'hat he was going dow n ;he mountain, 1 Jin the direction of I.igonier, 'he after- i I noon of the mnrtier ; he met a man com- I j 'Us m wild in n 11. 11. uu ne 10.1 1. to be yaviil Ntcely. A i-.ttlo farther oa he saw another mall, who turned off into the woods. He identified liavi.I Nicclv aa 111 umn nc nrvi passoti nnuie n.oun- Mr. Friedline, a neiiibor .f fr. I'm- brri'rK, who liad seen two straner j in tlmt vit'inity a fhoit time bef.rethe mnr- drr. t-TsTtitiiNi that tiA i ,rl .n..ni ..r. ponuea in aparanoe nua the men lit bad auen. Mrs. Jost-ph Walter, who itveson the UaiDa pla,-e, tivr the tup of th mo'in- tain. Rtw two straiwrs p-'ing iu the di i rtction of rtnlrT'3 the eer.mz of ;ht; j manier. It was ah'.mt Iia.f-;H.-t live j o'eio-k when jhe saw them. ne was a j tall man and the other wan a mna!! one. j The tall man was on the Md. of tin ned next her hotiet and he -j'-t a full view of Iii She rt.f.i:uized Ihi id l ikey as one of the i:in, and 1-e! Joeh wa the otlier. ) the ia:. "..vi:.;. Constable K iucb pmdiu-e. a '.'2 cai.i)re, ! five shit rco!ver. and a f.iimUT of rar ; trii!jei which he had f-m;i I in the vm;- ! of the "iittlc man." The eartri !.: I a!U ! were rei iseiy tiie rsame ha the --itr lak'n from the liy of tiie n:nrder.d tmui i and thow found embevled in the wa'l ! a-xre the bKk-ease in hi? hoR-e. When Mrs. I'inherirer waa hrtiir!it ir.- to the presence of tho pristoiieri she tsii-i ! that she believed they wen, the tnn . bo hai mnniered her h:ihan!. That they were ajike tn nize und ajearanre hut thftt tshe eoild not positively i den- ; tify them. r.u.nx STUAK.V, whoina hri-ht, inteliiirent yonna hi.ly. ; lxnt 2 years of a7e, jx8ttivety idrnti-' fied Uith inen as the paTtien w ha roh!et ; and tiiurderetl )ier etnphyerf Hertnaii j rmbetyer. Tbe overcoiit f-.ind in J vid Nh-ely's honse stie recognize.! oji the one worn by him the night of the mar- ; der, ah the yeilow-atrijie-l oxerallrt. A J red handkm-hief. witii white spots tak- i en from the person of Ihivid Nicely, was ' shown her and she wit! it waaexartJy similar to the ones worn bv tiie mak-i j man. Sft i-ec-jsrnized ihe voiees of Vth tu?n ani vaa posliv that they were the I J gull'y parties. The kroirn derby hl 1 wit't the bole in the ri . found at the ! tm:4r of .! j.'i Nieviy. 'ie sai l was tin : o.-H vii;u by the "h! le loan" V..v tiijiit : of the t:iui lev. I X.innie (! ruer, 5... I'ui'w r.f s li!'.!e i jitd Jjij 'hti r, ;Mii.: ,iel i.M.:'i prL-suu rv. i 1 MM:rr:r to jus j 'S j'tire K I'l. h c ..no-it.si ! i'.Ii pr;.s.n. I ers io !lio 1 ,inly jiil t ; s ;it tri.it at the j m t Ii r:? of . ouri. ; Tin- i;i .s of lin ar-vst of tiie mur !er j fM iift-1 Siin a-1 like w k! tiro through tiie ! frr.u::i litig n.ntry, ;ini' l'ie entire pop- ui .ti m came tro.p:ii in! ) !:i vill-ire to t a si-'it of tiie ::i.t'eui. trs. The feriing and ev -iieite-nt wa? un j IkhiquVJ, and a lieu tlio CoasutMc started fr Soin-rsi.'t wilit I.ii I prisouers. a nu nber of '.hi- citizen tnount- est thi'ir horrs an I. notvi itiisLin.liti the horribly invle-meut w.-ai lior ati-1 the 1- innst imp)is.Ha!jo i on.l.l;.i3 of tiie r.ci.1.4, j iuf-lu, tl a.aiii1u!:yi::g the jeirty ft;nl string tli.it the ninri'erers were; safely leliven-l into the cti.-t i!y of Sheriff Mo Mil'e.r. The party re.uhei! SouK-rsi't at : about t) o'cl-H k, and (' nstaiile Uauch di . livere-l lu c-lmrse into t!-.e cilsi.niy or : the !KTi;f. t lr-w trir-ri"N o:- T;ii: i'i;;.-o j I-avi.l Nicely, tiie "i.si f-u-ed nian " i sta:i is aliut "i f.f-t i'J iti.hes in Iiistoi k ! ing feet ; is ai.ou! ".'" yeans of age, an I j weiibs abjtit 1 tj ,hhius ; has a fun.lv ; mciustaihe an.! hair; his face is very i red. ! Josvph Niiti,-. tit " 'iit'e uiau," ist ; alK.'.i 5 fe. t 7 itiih.- h gh ; daric com j plex-ted, dark huir un.l iiionsta. hi'. both slightly sprii;kii with gray ; weight. abmt ! "il p fin-: The Will of Elizabeth Dibert. Following is llie Ixst wiil and testament of Kiiirvf Ii Ivin-rt. who died at Stoy-estown on Monday, tne lstii ult. The w;il wis proba ted T;i-day. tin- -Ji-'h inst. : In the name i f liod. Amen. I. Kii.-wlietii fi.b.'rt. o-'-sL. iy .-'. o-vn lljioiigii. in the Coun ty of Soiiici-st-t. and Male of l'eiiiisvivaniit. U'iti"; ill uiti -in iiealtii. but of sound nii'i-i, ' llieliiory and un lerst.in.linv iprals.si bclio.1 fir III. Con-iile-i i:' r he .S' -l-iiilfy i f'le.lt'l H".d the un'S-rkii-iiy of the time thereof, and lo the end I tinv lie ihr herer pri'p-snsl to letive tliis world whenever it s!i, ;i. pleas, tio.l to , call nie hence, d i thereto -e makeaiid declare ; lliis.nv las; wo! iiii,i tc-lumenr, lirn-i-y ri-- i Yoking and linking void all former w.i'.s by i meat any lime lieretof.-re r.iad..-; and first and prtiii'pally I commcml niy soul into lh I. n, Is of Alniil.Iv- ;.. l'r..top s,m.lt lur.ler liiat a:1"n,v t!;t, tt:r : ' a; ,,nv', in-! rUrr. -f untvin thiM n.r : I Ii4t wiil L' i;i lirt fully pai;i ami j t it I-iloti. Tliini. I jriveuu-: i-ni'tfutlia.i ny j rlj-iI.L.-'i triat nuij Le f un I ia my wurdruia ; ' a:.1 rI-:M7, .tfir tiiytintli. t my ten. til- siiiie t; U' e-j KiI'y .iivitl-.! tT-pi.vin ' : thK--etliat may ,trvi- ni-. nj t- the tinier)- ' U-r vf xii (itv-a-l ri-.-TH. dju'itors ) t only ej r- '.-iv motLt-r" i.-ire. Ati-I a l '. my Ii fii-tfetKiltl fi;r-iiinr?. t.ir;.n a,il !tI rln'.hln. -ini!l -r r;-j.i. . iiivitK-1 lii-?itw ! my sijler tImt s-i:m- a my rloiiiiif;;. stian; an-1 5h;pe a ik','. I privr? utal Ihi'ipmH t Fie j 9:1:11 "f lo Iv.tni.rvtl ittur. ii:: to le (Ii (-;iU'J 11 l!ie Jhti-tww n "av'inr; llunk at ' J.Iin-5tir n. i'a.. the interest nf lif'y doilars I of ;iul mtu-y i'i he af i.!j ant.nally tu rc-p-iirinjr tl:e 'lives of Ai-r.iham IiU-rt atil I his wiio, in the TvyarJ a .remit-r X K-wi i- j ari'l the intfr-t of rljt nnii:n,:ij tnr b::n- drt-tj atiI lifry -iollars h? .jj''i-; i to tin re- ! ; airing ol th- ",r tve. at t: . i;in i.init!y tn th. raveyanl w-t of Stoyijstowri Ii-n"is!it ami the rrt, r--itl.:c art i rrrnuiim.lt r my r-iat.' Hiiaii heet-ujlly iir. ul between niy hrithiTs ami sister, shave and '-hare alii. And I do h.'rthy orier t!ja! all my real e--t.Ut .'hu!n-' h I onoy.ar after my death, lilt I!l( hli-se HI r!lflV !. !. Iktlii in tiiif I c.liul annual piy.ncpts. and I hereby tiioilie aiid einis.we' niy executor, liercin- after liamis, tu -ell a::d c-jin-ey niy real es tate either at p ibiic or p-ivate sale, as to ! hitn may sts-m l-est. And 1. do hereby noin- : iitidc. constitute, and appieut Wm. jl.mrcr. ; if i('iemaboniug Townsuip. Somerset Co.. ; Pa., executor of my last -vill u.-td tcstanieii:. ; In witn -s whereof i. the said testator, have to this, niy last w iil a:id ietjriierit. s-t ! my band a:id -":il the 1'. h day of June, A. ' . I.i vj. her isllgm-i; Km uiktii x IirriRr 1 mark. Atti-st : Ai .. II Ki , ct . Ii. F. Po l ll IN. I Blac Townsislp Items. I Mrs. Lav.nia .sd,tir .'1 is Insen con fined to ; bet Is d by serious iontrss io.- tiie past wtsik. The farni.-r.-i iiave 11. i.ii gool u-e oftlie 'Iruit.s! ainoiinrjif -le-l.ii e have had. in haillil.r lime. coal, t . Ilia, k Township was we.l represi-nle-l at Co irt la-t .v.s-k.a ii-i:ii icr ol'onr ciii:: :11s I serviiig as witcc-sc-. ;::-.i-s, vie. Tiie protrarje-l lueciii g .;t :lic I-inii 1 clrirch. which !i h! h.ci in progress f,r , the past ttiris- weeks. 1 1 os.' i a-t Wedni-su'i.y ' r.;gi.t. j Sielglii.'ig l.as entiri'y .!ls.ip'.ire.l. mucli to tin' il's,ii.tH,iiiiii;cnt of s-miic ofo'iryuri; J folks, an i .sugar t-n.i rs a.-.- gelling ready : for in t w..m. Henry Vo-.igt x. or.e of our ui.rt wide awake larnicrs. has jei'-v. i-c.l a firm 011 tiie s-iutb si,e. Ji.M.ry iias ,.11 eye to hii-iue-s and k 11. cv, a jml thing -viieii he -.-s it. T. U. Pritts. ;hc s.cve.sf:' te v-her of tic ; Wi im r s 1 irove "-:it ol. .s all smiles titr-e 1 days. He is supped hi bg the happiest niattou sti ph scie. f.,r re.tsou- b.t kmcvn . to him s.111 T- in my. we wish you suc-v-s 111 you r ne-.v v-iit gn-, ai u iong m iy your j IV l icitiliui . I Mr. Samus! C-ii..l,ii.id give rt.-c.-ai very I Ltsid magic 1-intrrn exhihuiotis at thes-- e,.! ! bouse last week, stung heiug I'.lhle stiii-.. . I others bird s-eye views t.-f tbe greitr battles j (.f r!lP (.;vi. war. l:u.i4 i trd!t I f- .k-.i ' and if he c uiJUit V if w ih t'l f;c!urft. ! ivm cntrriu.it vj i with a h. i: it Aiiin-s. 1 I Confluence. fhe I'.ir 1 loonier. 01' A- iiisiri tow; inn,;!ft ;f $va ;:ti I I'... it: cr.r.r.it'i l.rs"' l. ! him at tin- a-L.i U,irvi'. .! . 'I '.,1 s !;; it:.;-rttd 'i :.. .-r hr.:i,: : nii.iit I,I-!'ii. t h !'-!. j liie ''U!'f o .-:t.:t!i. i f :-inr. f M:i,!.u,,i:i, ' and re slan-! ii 1 A:ikt.-t.y. rn-ur i.i Ut ha Tin-- iint-t hi t j t.ei.1 r-Mntry. 1 1 M-. Jr-rr- r. an i :i man hy ni -ii...' toTTi-fth-Li, r. stn;c by a i 8.-t i-f cr-ws.-.M',; -tit t-l ; tr.iiii. w liite in tl.ts i.t f!ie utt-Iir -".-if . wiirt jr-e ard ! Mr. I.i linn' hwid hrr-i-t-il in a.i u; ! ititr iifr t"i;i. ."a!n'i ' li'i'-y. and fu-lly ;rj ..r-i! . and U'-v wt-r t !it mi l l I nntrintr. Mr nit!i lm J a di-i-'.'aiin -f ii o a:.kU 1 wa- k.i.ir-1 j:t'i tlic t- U',v j n:t. The hiro c -'--' i-rttke-n if.'o siuitJi ! ; j r ar.-t K ii ; f:ian wer; uv.k. h-ttl; m ri wilt rwxvpr." X. called and l:"-' 1 in vV3.'i.1 so Coocl. w i tli Ki iny i-ntr II Tit- iy. Wt.il a J (. : I a a.- at Kcnin'.v t -'jvt;rii- II Tiriy. .f iIi-iii-if.T. . V . i y l wt.ii n ("- t rti' i!i T-i'iii of all that waid-Kie f.r i.if b-jaidc. is the orilv tiling that i.ive me p'rnijntut relirt. I have nv'-'fi.fi.iM-dtd tiii-i T)i;'d;-jir;c to niatiy i for kid m v dia and it-y aii ar-e e-j.ial 'fl the in Maying mat r m- wide worit! fr Xi-.U n tnniain! J.yinari Craf.r-I. I-.-a.' ?t. S,.r n;l"i 'id. lli. t New Dress Goods, Nex styles (.,' Sjinn l;r-ss Oo-l-j, with i ail the new hads? and c !onpi, wdl Jje uii.vi on l'rdiiy. i'r.'X-- l. ?!..!. a. k. riw.. Wanted. A o!:Htor for .'f,iie County. Mti?i he a Biau of ability, nxar.h. J. I. I Mana-r. eu' Flrt ticf Pa. Cam, Ear and 5reiied. I: "r't wmt con the Ir-we?? prifs, oill aa. it iu-y jju biUer Dy day. FEBRUARY TERM OF COURT- A::nct the E:iti o Woo'k Dovc te J to the Trial of Liquor Cases. ! 1 1 is C'.lor IntO-icaliri, anj Vtnus or Sij.rituoua L.c.". i I r?-TAii iifiiinn 1 ir-rt MXTOFTKE APPLICVNT5 LEFT VI SOMERSET STAYS DRV. lljj'rsiala Sera s ?:ht cz tha C:-t7 Sea:. ElAD VIEWKIL-I AP1V1N1 per rs. From Monday morning t;il i.-: l.:y ev g. tiie lime of tiie Court w as taseti U. j iienring appiic.tt.ons lor t:.j t- THS1 I It 1 1 and trving lio lor r;.scs. l . nrl i.clisk Motiil.iy ni.-rniMg. w.iii l'rcs: : ;i J;n!.;i' H.er:;ud As..eii:!'-s Soa.er an.! Pl.e ; on ih,. Ir ni h. The har nsi ws e.i !--! aii.l a iritnlier ot motions w-.re bear., and 1 i the Coat biKkied down t. i'-e w. , k ol ti e i week trying luiuor iast-s. Aiii.e Is-.rml-r , sessions an in.i;i trnent ha 1 ti-eii toon I i against W S. ! nmtn-i ehs-lrg I'.ou wo'; ! S.-1II: ii'l'lcr WitoOUt ;i.s-!lse. IO t:;Ii-..i-. oil ; L!udKV. to pers...us vis.biy aifc- r...!, a ! I more ihan once on ot:e n s.-rip';..ii. I! i was the irsl i-A-e c-!l'sl :-rl; ::u. i':;e ' 'o.:i 1 ncjtiiveaHh was represer.lcl by I';-t-ii.l Al j tori ivy B.r ker. .Mmrs. Cot7rvrtii .t Uu; pel. and Val Hay Lp W 11. is... an 1 A. . . ! llolh.rl. l-l-jr s apisra'-e-l fir ti. r ,I.-;.-u I c... ! lr. Mounta 11 is a i.-gti ar'y r g;.te;-.i piiy j siciaii. ;ir.teticing his prole--: 10 iu ttie i"s:i uf Cont!:i"tiis'. w Here lii-.iisi ha" ad: .g-to-c. I The al.egations ,' iltc prusectiliou iveic C.ai Jattbisdr lg store the ,1 tor had connc :td j I lie o:T"iises charged, i I ry prisiin - .1 , ;.ie i a ll'l'lits-r of w:tn."-ses w ho ski'. ire tliey I..;.! ' goiien b-pior trom the iir.'en.l.ini, nut 0:1 ' russ examination m,fc,i i,f iheiu a l'iii'.i- d : thai th. v had a pr."-e rip'. ion for w.ia: the. g if. Tu.: e i-e w ;ta w inn! v . iiies!i-i. an-! !. : w .is n.Hin 'ru.svl..y 1k-.'' ire U;e juiy w ." ' li irg - :.-!. Toe I ollllll.ill'.si-alttl ttsik ! .ie pe-il . ll that Lie defendant, although a re-gtra.-y I r.'gisti-re.i ptiysicau. had no right to sc.; ' ii pior oil his-otl pre.-crip'lou. i'olsVie., j ol" the law was 11. t snu-ti.-l by J-tdge IWr, who ruliil U.a: aphy-iciau ai-o ; ii.g a ; d.-tiggi.-t ac'ing tn -rie. t s.smJ tait'i, had ! the right to sell on ics own p-iscr;. :!::. I T.'ie j-i-y wx" out from Tic-s-l-iy re o:; 'ill I Tiiurxl.iy in rn::ig l-i i.-e tie y lo.iid .izr ' iiii-ii! a v-Ti.ct. t.i.-"-.g '.!... tirne :!. y lr -'ipie'itiy sent word to IheC uirr licit llny 1 ni-rv u:;.i.jl.' to agree a;nl a-k.i.g to In- i.s f i liarg' d, h:ll toe ansA'-r was sent ba.eeh i time liut tl:e time ha l no! yd arrived wheu IheCoiir: w ou.d d.s. rvirge tu.-iu. 1' icy came i into i-mri Thursday nioi uiiig. i.i.ik: ig s'lii:1 1 w;:.:t .areworn, vvii:i a v-.-r l.ct of " nt -g-nl- ty, on: tiie di-:.-'i.taiil to pay li.e costs. T;.e ii.-ts w;ll amou it to over two bur. lid d '!!..- . ill SCCOil I CI-" t' ,1 - .1, ! i.tt oiu- s..i. ...Ill j lllon-s vai'.b vs. I la. ui 1 i i iil.'it r. of K h ii .v j Mr. I.lidiier is a phy.:.-ia:i an I druggi-', the cha'ge .iga:n.-t him wa- s..' :.g I j without luvnse. A the t oinnioiiwea' I tahie sal M.-sr. ' .it'roiii Sl l:-,p ! Kndsiey, 1". J. Koo-er. A.J. '... 1 Va! Hay, l-wi's. r ir ibe ! fnise i li. KoontA .!. Ii. :-' ii" a.i.l IVi.ti II. el w ere .V . - M Vers. ; Il-irs. Tl.e ca-e. line the pre'e.1 ng 01. e. i was very botiy i-iiiti-sii-d. aid hir;g.-,i niUvli i i:!sn tne s-tiue .piestiijiis. W-.iie t.,e Coi:. i iuon.Tia.ih proved quite a nuruL-cr of s...t ! of iiipior by tue uetcn.lant lie, i.i alu-.o.' i every instance, pr.eiucr.1 the writn u pre-M-rlptioii of :i ri-guiariy reg;st'-r 1 p;.y-iclj:t as his authority for the saie. Ttie jury were : out some time wl.'-n they returned with a verdict peculiar to Pinn-vl .aula jur of ;" not guilty, and the defen l int to piy ti e costs.'' I fr. liil'iner luiil bis-ri retiirTie.! hy I the constable of K-rc'swo-sl biirough at 1 lie ; instance "fa young m.1,1 named V,'m. I. i itayman who bad a mi-un'h rsianiiitig wiih thed.H'tor. and t-mk tins means o! .-"t: :-:.; even. Iu return. I'r. 'i.!l:ier had havm-.. arrested for fttrni!ii:ig ii p: r to tnii;..-". This was the licit 1 -i-e tri.d. arid res-i a vrnhcl of ji-iilty in ni:i:;nir a:. -If. .. ill lis t!n -It;V t'.d.n.i '-lund-s in.! : d." ! i iiie dfft-nH xvan ojiid'H ttd hy V. -." Urn .t - .!K.rn and U. h. ILn-r. il-j . .r;i!in II. Si-tt-r, K-'j . ton.i ii !'"! i ;t Ih-; i.jinnuin vr ti . nr.; 1'::;li.K2-. Al 1 1 it? ."-jtTftn'M-r --i-i(i!i cT Jesse llnuii!nj:i, Mm-.:. I. .v. i;t r Aira!ta:n hnii h i I ! vn ! .rtd li ( ' !. abie of ti.-tr rrj-i i v- d; --T.fi jM-ii::, lii- u-r wiii.ntit i:ttI'- Trn w-rM"t-uni :u::t!-i-t l f-'i la'it i- ho -rati'! J i;v at -.n - --.Tti!s-1 '-Tv. llii- it' st ca-- ca.iod 'r tr:a. At t !.. fi-i-v v .-." a!! a!, k". ;n ! v (i 1 1: taftn - j'.f ia-:)-- ufli.v. tic tlir-i wv.-i Ird at ! tin-. I -:". r -unn- .I'-fy- il. K-hui. If. I r, I'f.jr,!- ytrT-i utid ,J !i:i II. ., K.,r .. a, j-"d i..r t!i.- !(-vr..! wiiilt- tiie niiini'iii Ae-ailii wat r-j-r. .( .i liy ?f-ri -..tV-.fh ,t '!, VaI. II iy. A. J. ' '..!wr;i. l J. K .t..r-. s K;. I -.t-y uti-i A. r. ih-lit-rt. K-'tr Thf d-:.-Hi.tti:.i an. dl-i -iir--. ,t ni-'-ati'-n i'r t;!-.ril!-.r :."-;- ii h.ir.: I .s-tl ' fn-esl by the l .fiirt in the -rir Ai'lir: und'T t't ad.'.tu fl fi,i('i--tMk iit a M'-rfairti! ifftiM' .it t)e Trta,-!-n'-pr . -.Mi' Ihe tl.ut r:Hy way--!'! t;:i-Ir ht-'t..' r.-. and v- li(L n!y lic-n-e re-jiiir--l f.-r 'i-'-t-iin f!.r A-! v ..nd j..-..:I r . f.ii 1 ? n- and Tii-ir f I'in-i ! t. -k t:.-!)n- ) ii' -.i-s- r.--'i-- a t ..a t.i- Act ..f i law,- did in r-;nin' .-fii.'-r-t t. lifnte f"iJit r!ie i.iru r 4-lI tiie j--"'- in-'t "l ttifir hnf', in nijaMiirifs .f rt-.t -id- e- titan !' "V nt-r-.ii 1 I' i !.n. and ;!ie .n;y Im -'H.--' ;!. p'l'i-.--.. '.va tint i"K"d y t nr-r. A! tiiv i -in" !) t..k litr !l.-r!ni? I n in i-ad i."t I. ..',.,; out i v-t U I-' IJJ-.fl l' f j'i'"-!il"i .1" I (".iim;y J :!.- 1 r-ilfd .'.at :i.e X ri:'n-e w ti a!! d.a nt- t -n n iN witifn;t Kavin r". tirt-' fi'in; li'i-'-ir? t!- vii! i'td t' f f As ti. d--:Vr; J in'- :i i i ri. i u. ;i . n ti.t y tn.i.lilain- i a- itiji":i f lh -tn--r- i it-. it'T . ! ,-i'.a i t ;- i ' e-n s Vim i!j ''.mi- or p.,r. J i-lj-f I. ,. r . !.;! t;t- ,.f , :trr. ' . i -v iii I 'H-l'i-":ii lift" W i-'m'i-'L':) -J ;,i T ) - trial of t !.-. 4. .I-- 'l j j-t -x ' -ce f..r w.Trji Lm. wiicn th- y r-' . r? i 'i a cr of g y. A rn-.tio i i.t x Tr'a! Wit- jr'n;r'y li.e I ('i- Ir-L n i t,a' -. n-a.:-l it 15 Toli - tii it I t . c t-r. i.i t-r; - :aki-M ti tiie S !- ,n-- "o.;-. t i : : :k . -.: Tie u-xt rii-K inisii-.i !.; .:n ". '- rriai-. tliH M:-!r r-;;i- (.r ;i,. r,..;r;v .tr: I lnwn ut .of, drink I. T'ie d ndjnt -"o cerrnim. A. A M;!i-r l.v na-n . '-. J -,-itiy tt -h' t'-tI;n:H:y a-dn- I !.y !. ( m mo;nrra"iIi. d . in ,r li- i.ol i!:ivs t f ti,- pn-t t s;ifur.i"r ho ih-rx-r- over l.i j ter nwtvl, and at linn-. i;f.K"-y rt:i'- " ol!ir ?l A-tA ..t:lii dr ' ri k t. ti-c ;!, : j eiti.!i of :l.at at;fnt ani n.rai iii.T n an k day f ir : ':p inrii- ii;-' -ficsT if I t!;fe h:."ni'--f-- bvrii-r.rsi. nr ,iVf---, irfim ;- i '.'otistahie (imp; t int. i.-s jrintrr. yi i, arts ion to -'.ovv his dp rc;v"r"fi-'.f and j wr t ',,r thf Liir. lie iiivitrd tiiia r.-;-'--;ii:i-' tiv aud et'i'i-t-itiiint of .1 to r-frc-'i f-i-u-- f ti aia oi i-k-r. i ac oiti i r eoti'i-t"ti '.- I inly 't'!t.'ntci ; tii :iI-r va.- ;ri:;J:; ; he look a d'fp drai:,'hl and. ?Ptini; tin v,--.- j down. prti)ouiy.:trd i; ,had-' I. .-in a ni ; 'R-n.j-'tt oiJ.i. j-r, ie-thi'i wa i-fl Ij n .' j bm rt;t'.:rn the r'jer tnan to ht: a t j onrt ot k lar'er Se-tt:. f,r r' '. ' tiie li'fttir lii-ente laws of ;nt- oimiao:; t.i. j in --wnM-i'i tn't; ;f wh:i.. :-.-!. lay n:- n,.r.i ) Mr. 5I.;!er w,u arra. ; uI a . j-y of j !;is f;..i;;iry ;nii rfn-t; ! w.";', -.tv;., J, ; wilbin tbe jurjKixuou of t-s Cjtirf, ai va Iriaca Ut4 witiiia tCv-fvJ yeirs Iat yz, !