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RJit.ir and 1'n.priei'W ' : :- - ...May . I. It u not a relijrioua question that di vide the Presbyterian cbunh. It is the color of tiie unman fkin. It is not very Kk !y that tbe Prefid.-nt cT tlie 1'niteJ States will po off on a ti--U-5oj xcursion on Memorial I'ay. Ms. Eva C. Foukji, mother of Mr. Crrover Clf veland. wan married last week. The -Presidetit has now a new daddv-in-lnw. Ohio is IlepuMiran Slate, but it lias the ba! Iiabitof point? the other way oc casionally. The Democrats are claiming that this is one of its bad years. Cokporl Tasske, the Commissioner of Pensions, nays that nat less than ten thoiManl discharged soldiers and sail rs of the Union army an i navy are to day the inmates of almshouses. This U a crying shame and divre to the P'vern ci'ent whose lire they assisted to preserve. I'KE-tuiENT Iltmuso h a piven llttinp rwngnilion of the colored lJejiublican el ement by appointing ex-Conres-man J.ihn U. Lvn.h, of MissisHppi, to I Fourth Auditor of the Treasury. Mr. Lynch is a man of Ur.f ability, with an unblemished record for Integrity and the faithful lH-rformance of duty. ' Xt Vr.rvntsKi.E.thewifeofawell- j r i . .. u .t... lit,:,, to-do farmer living near Y ooster, ' 'ti o, j is a regularly ordained minister of the I'niled Hrethren denomination. She has lately !wn prante.l pap-rs by the Pro bate Court authoriiinp her to jwrform the mirriag'1 cenvn'iny. an l is s.iid to be the first female ever thus licenced. A mi l was pasi-ed by theluW Lepihla ture, lias been signed by the Governor, and is now a law, which prohibits the killing of son; bird. The ofTenae is punishable by a fioeof froai five to ten dollars' and imprisonment from five to thirty days for each offense. The law should lie rigidly enforced. MvBitv citizen ho has a prop"r con ception of his duty should attend the election and vote bis sentiuienU. 1et lis settle these questions in the way pro vided by law. lontKtayat home and then prowl over the result. It is poinp to cost the tax payers a ro ind sum of nion ct ti ascertain public sentiment, anil it can only be definitely ascertained by jKiliing their own votes. Iietusall vole and then ' give as a ri." TiimtF. is much wranp'inp over the question whether prdiibition prohibits in the Slates of Kansiis and Nebraska. Judging frotn the iiewspapapens in those Mates we have "otiie to the conclusion tiiat it is a success in inost of Ihecouutry districts, but not in the cities and larger towns; which poes to prove, we think, that public sentiment can alone enforce the law. It is a knotty question, and one that calls for patience and thought; not for wratiplitip ami m riiuination. It is announced that President Harri son will makes trip to Franklin county, Pa., during the coming summer to see bis mother's birthplace. General Harrison's mother was KUmbeth Irw in, daughter of Archibald Irw in, and she was born about ten miles from Charubersburp, Pa., in Montpotnery towaship. The old stone house in which she was born is still standing, and tliev l'resident litis several times expressed a desire to visit his mother's birthplace. Statu Chaibmex ANiwEwsand Kisner are Isith of the opinion that the poll tax amendment fo tlie Constitution w ill car ry by an immense majority on 'line IS. The Iemocrat8 of Philadelphia have de clared in favor of the amendment and Chairman Korke lias addressed the ptthlicao presidents of ward executive committees this circular : Have jour ward executive committee called together as early as possible, in structing your members to act in con junction with the iHMiiorratsin reference to the amendment to the Const it tion relating to oll-tx, urp'tnp them to vote and use thiir influem-e to advocate the repeal of the same ; also, if any vacan cies occur in the Assessorship of the di vision by death, resignation or otherwise to name a suitable person to fill the place and report to me not later than the 11th day of May, so that I can have it tiled with the proer persons to appoint. It would appear from this that K.tli parties in Philadelphia are organized in favor of the amendment to abolit-h the tax qualification, but outside of that city we find the press iu many instances out spoken against it. Various reasons are assigned, among them that it will de crease the revenues of the State or com pel increased taxation in another direc tion to make pood the deficiency. The ritisburgh Cvmuifrr'ml-duyt'f takes this sensible view of the question : "Very little lias been said thus far either for or against the proposed amend ment, to the Constitution abolishing the poll-tax. The fact that so little interest lias been manifested in the matter would seem to indicate that there is not much neceKsity for he change ; or, at least, that if there is any necessity it lias i;ot made itself apparent to the majority of voters.' A tax, amount inp to a dollar or two, has been made a qualification for the exercise of the suffrage for almost a century. That requirement was put iu the Constitution of 1 7: HI, and has remain ed, notw ithstandiiig the several sulwe quent revisions of lhat instrument. The convention of 1ST:! refused to eliminate it, and now it is proposed to be stricken out by amendment, not in rcsoiise to a popular demand, but at the instance of jsjliticians who wish to stop an abuse and a burden at the same time. It has become a custom among the po litical committees of lioth parties, ese cially in the larger cities, to pay out thousands of dollars annually in the w ay of poll taxes as a perquisite to securing the votes of those against whom the tax es are assessed. Thai this is a very ques tionable method of drumming up voters is not to be denied, but the abuse is one which should be corrected, not by abol ishing the tax as a quuiiliuition,but rath er by forcing the citizen to either pay it himself or lose his Vote. The man who cares so little for the franchise as to sac ri5i it for the sake of a dollar, or to be m illing to exercise it only w hen some one else pays bis poll tax, is not very pood voting material. The clLi-n ho reaily values the suffrage for the oprtiinity it give? bim to take part iu securing g'od I government will scorn to throw u;.m others even as light a sum as the tax, much less p'a.-e hiuiseif in the attitude of being induced to vote for the candi dates of the party that baa squared Lis couut with tbe tax collector.'' rd Items. What u the nwlter wilh a daily nail J'mnihan Miner's new dwelling houe is rirsrinjr completion; it w'H, when I'minhed. i add grwth- to tli aprri of Jericho. J Ananias Manprs, whose barn was dtroy i cd by fire m timeajro, is trwtinj; a very S Era- ami extensive building. 1 Jmiie ia!.au, Jr- formerly of this nUv but ho ha heen living in Johnsiown for several veur. intend removing bark in the near future Wek-jroe, old friend ! (tiieof onr young men having acquired n jr t of black smith tool.-', ?ay: He i ready to bi h'.I kind of wort promptly and with ti ikiity. I-a&c Al.kner. our new mail carrier, ha pun based a fin horswand j'P, and tays ' lie will rnaka im git." Many of our voters favor the amendment and will ct Ibeir votes in the direction of incorioratinp into our constitution the cbu prohibiting the tiisiiuntcture and sale of intoxicating liquors as a beverage; which wii! put a plaster over the door of the dram shop, and slop many peoples'!' progress to poverty. llatrison Luhr, who is quite extensively engaged hauling lumber to Hooversville, in vites many to investigate the quality of the lumber since he has purchased a new wagon. Okmekvzk. Husband Items. Communion at (hi place next month. The indications are favorable for an abun dant fruit crop this year such as apples and cherries. It has been a very Mae prowiiifr spring the prass, grain and everything in the line of vegetation, is far advanced. Mr. II C. Ik'im is at present engaged in hauling taw logs sre presume it will take '" all summer to complete bis work. j Mers. Deitx and Kuss wbo are working i at the mason trade, have been putting up j yr walls this spring, and they have as j much work or more than they can possibly IF through will, this summer. This is ac- counted for by the fact that they are first , . class workmen. There will be an unusually large oumbei of our people in attendant at court from thee trts w ho are anxious fo know w hat will lie done with tbecriminalsawaitingtrial. Tbis is the principal topic of conversation now. Tiie p-ople have been much annoyed in consequence of these outrageous crimes that havs become so frequent in this county. M.. C. H. Miller is putting the finishing touches on fiis bouse, of which 1". 6. Wetter is the contractor. When finished it will be a model of ornament and convenienee, thai will greatly enhance the value of his property. Mr. Miller has also rwvntly pur chased a air of handsome horses to do his teaming. Ovvsioxal. A Woman Licensed to Marry Peo ple. Probably the first female ever licensed to perform the marriae ceremony has just lieen granted p:i;ers conveying that author ity from the Probate Court of Wooster, O. The lady is Hev. Mrs. Kllen Kunkle, the wife of a well-to-do former, residing in the northeastern part of the county he is a regularly ordained minister of the Vnited brethren denomination, and besides her household duties she discourses regularly to two charges in lhat county. The judge claims that although the statute in regard to the rig!t to erforni marriage reads in the masculine gender thniugliout, he applied to this another statute which states that in statutes where the masculine gender is used the feminine gender can also be applied. Thed:tily IIkuu.1 will mike its appearance to-morrow evening and will be published each evening thereafter during the present term of criminal court. It w ill c.intain full rejsjrts of all cases tried with portraits of the members s the celebrated McClcllandton n gng, and of the principal characters and witnesses in the Vmberger tragedy. Send in your subscriptions. The following letters and postals remaining in the Postoftire at Somerset, will I sent to tiie IK-ad Letter OtTioe if not called for with in ten days from this date, May 29, Ihhu. J. K. COITROTH, P. M. IH1NKSTIC. Iterkey, Isaac; Cripsey, F.lia; Ilinrhman, Joseph: Lowry, Kllen; MtK.'reary, Samuel; Owen. W. P.; Pietro, Slcfaus; Shaulis, Alex andre; Snyder, John L ; Warner, P. H. roRxiust. Cireco, tiiuseppi. Still at It. A bb-.Tani received from Mortrantown, Wist Virginia. Thursday, says. News has rea'-hed here of another outrage attempted by membeis of the Kayette county, Pa., panp of robbers. tn Tuesd:iy r-i'ht, three men attempted to force an entrance into tiie house of li.becca Tickey, near the West Virginia line. Mrs. Tickey who is !) years old, was aione w ith a daughter. They fired at tbe men, atid iieigblsirs were attracted who frightened them away. On the same ni-ht a similar attempt was male on tbe bouse of Kliza Mick, but the parties were tumble to make au entrance. The subscribers to the daily llEUti.nul r:'ftdy unrulier over one thousand and our stents are sending additional names by ea h limit, shouldn't wonder if tbe youmr-ter i would l-.ave two thousand itrotts ere it i a -rs k old. Liquor License Appeal. The argument of the Pittsburgh bottlers, j iwo wuoiesaiers ami two drug lemvs. who have ai'peaied to the Supreme Court from tbe decision of tbe Allegheny County Court in refusing them Ihpior Licenses, was dis tribiitej to the Justices Friday in printed form, but no decision is likely to lie rendered until the Court snail open its H.irrisburg session. The bottlers claim that their busi ness is retruluted by a siecial act assed iu lsTi, ami that tbe YVIiolesaicrs' act of May t. 1ST, providing that licenses shall lie granted in sui h manner as is provided by eaistinR lass did uot rhause their privilege. The Iwer Court held that the phrase "eii-tintf Inws" referred to the Brooks bill of May 13, but this is denied by the appel lants becausr the IinxAs bill refers solely to retailers, a line of business forbidden to wholesalers. They fjrlher claim thai the action of Jn hre White was extrajudicial, ar bitrary and wiilftil. and not the exercise of proper judicial discretion, as no complaint or remonstrance had been filed against any of the rejected applications. The wholesalers contend that tlie act of May 24 does not give the Court discretionary power to grant or re fuse licenses unless good grounds for refu sal are set forth, as tbe Wholesalers' hill is a revenue act; while the Brooks bill is intend ed to restrain and regulate the liquor trade. President Harrison's Clemency. C icAt.o. May 22. A special distc!i from Iudianapolis, lnd., says : A telegram was re ceived yesterday from Private fseeretarj Halford announcing that President Harrison had remitted the fine of f liftj and costs, ajrisrvgaiiiiK f, strains! Sun Coy, the demo cratic piliticiau, w!io is se-riii)i a sentence of eighteen mouths in the ll.clmnin city prison for the election fraud committed in In lis napolis in ItsC. His term will expire in a few days. The petition for the remission of the fine was sipned by a number of promi nent republicans. Three Lucky Men. Washixutox, P. C, May 24. The Pres ident this afternoon kipiel the commissions of David Martin, of Philadelphia, to be Col lector of Internal Revenue for tbe First dis trict of Pennsylvania ; benjamin P. Gilke n. of !ri-to!. Pa., to (e Seisind CuuiKroll er of the Treasury, ird Samuel V. Holliday. of Erie. IV, to lie Commissioner of Customs. Their commissions were sent out to them tilts evening. As soon as Martin shall take po-ss,oQ he will beappuinted Custodian of the Fvderal buildings at Philadelphia. Cuthrl Under Martial Law. (iRUHir. I T.. May "i The soMiers wera rrtrduy ealhsl out for the first li:ue ain j the owning of tiklaiiema. and for severe! i,kiip ihp eite tif i;nl!ine nra'tirallv oiuler ntartw) law. The mctinps held every niplit for a week ly the men wlio lost their lot!- through rontets ami by tf:a opening of streets ctilinit!tel iu a riot yesterday. On of tl-e let hts in litr.brie was awarded, by the Board of Arliitraliun, to a man named Priscvill, of ChicAgu. An old man by the name of Dienier, of Kunsas, occupied the front of the sume lot with a tent. Driscoll erect(l a building on rollers, reuly to shove it to the feint as soon as Iemer should vacate. ICeivn'ly the Council passed sn ordinan'. cir.powcr.iig the Mansual to eject every per son whose claim tor a lot had been rejected by the Arbitration lisard. This, put to elocution, would affect over a thousand per son". The city government made a test case of the l)riolMieiuer contest. The Msrshal proceeded to remove Dienier and his tent. Immediately a mob of 1,200 men collected and drove tiie .Marsbalsaway. The mob was about to attack the City Hall when Captain Cavenauph arrived upon the scene and dis ersed them, after w hich the city authorities returned the work of ejecting Pietner. Iiemer fought like a tiger and had to be dragged from his tent to the street. Priscolls building was rolled forward. The mob at tempted to tear the house to pieces, but this time the city authorities were able to repulse the angry men without the aid of soldiers. Last nigiit soldiers guarded the principal streets, and more trouble is anticipated when the work of ejectment is again beJii. A St. Louis Train Wrecked. St. ltuis. Jiay 24. The west bound train on tiie St. lAiuis and San Francisco Rail road, which li ft St. Louis last night at S IS, was wrecked at a point three miles wst of Sullivan, Mo. Not a passenger escaped un hurt, and forty-five are known to have been seriously injured, thotigb no deaths are re ported. The train was running at a high rale of speed, when suddenly without warn ing the trark gave way and the locomotive, baggage-car and five coaches went over the eudmriknient. People were throw n about in the cars in all directions and some of them were thrown from the coaches and down the embank ment. Fortunately there were no fires in any of the cars, and the jolt extinguished ihe lights immediately, otherwise a confla gration would have been caused and there is no telling how many lives might have been lost. As it was most of the forward cars weie smashi d into smithereens. Ttie expla nation given of it by the train men to the passenger was that the spikes and tiu plates had beeu removed from the rail at the curve, thus leaving the rai'. loose on the ties. The forward irtion of the locomotive passed the place all tight, but the tender jumped the traek and was thrown part of the way down an embankment. A Terrible Traiady. Wk-t 1'irisrox, Pa, May i Frank Compton killed his wife. Dora, this morning and then cut his own throat. The weapon ue l was a larje butcher knife. Tbe tragedy look place in tbe bed rttom, ami is believed to have been tbe outcome of a quarrel be tween the couple, Compton c' arging his wife with receiving tbe attentions of other men. After killing his wife and cutting bis own throat, he walked down stanw and w ith his bio-sly fingers wrote the worj "Jeal ousy " iiHin the sitting mom wall. He also hflon the slates message which n-ad : "flive my watch to my brother; I am going to heaven." He then went up stairs and fell liesides his wife's ttndy, where he died. Gtmplon was a gardener by ooctqiation. SOMERSET, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13th. 3,000 Daily Expenes- $.flOO.MC IwveHtcU. ONLY BIG SHOW TO 4 MONSTER TRAINS ..cl.. 60 SPECIAL CARS. 1,000 MEN AND HORSES, ALL COMBINED. Bigger than ever. Kvcrythini; New Never Hivides ! Never Changes Name ! 20 Trained Ponies ! Giant Horse ! Monster Herd of Elephants ! Troupe of Trained Donkeys. Its Like lias Never Been Seen! - r ' arv 4 CIRCUS RINGS moaners 2, 4 end 0 Horse Kipiestrian Acts, Hosts of Perfected Artists, Myriads nf Athletic Acts. Ascotisionists, .Krialists, .trial and '-ustK-nsion Keats, Tiapeists, Wire-walkers, t'omic and I'unny Keatures, Muscnhir Hisplavs, Triple Mid-air Sensations, Klying tlins", Balancing, Bicycle Riders, " Noted .Skaters, Delightful ManetreActs, fswinirine Trapeze, Jwrvlins, tiraivful Bare-iiai k Billing, .iioi)e-walkin'', Slack Pope, l'nejuled I-apini;. Wire Sprinp Acts. Bmther Acts. Tuuibline and Clown Acts. C'lub-sw inciotr, Hiiib-kicking. Contortion Displays. Calenlonian Sports. 1 RIVll fc"! l'ov 1 RIWG FOR F0REIGK A DIMp FOR CHI19RENDI MP FOR KHF. I nllMU ACTS ONLY I nllMU ACTS ONLY I nllNU ACTS ONLY. Ill Ml U ACTS ONLY RLILIPLITIAN REPRESENTATION OF THE TT1 OMAN! HIPPODEOML 60 :::;:r:Minature Shetland Poniesz:iz Driven by Children Jockeys and Ct inoteer. 2 and 4 Horse Chariot Baces. SUinding Paces. Flat Karnes, Jockey Paces. Wheelbarrow Races. Steeple-Chase Baces, Sack Baces, Pciiestrian K K-eo, Cliuibing i rea.se, i Pole, Wrestling and Boxing Bouts, Monster Menageries While Nile Hippopotamus, Bengal Ti-ra, White Bears, School of f-ea l.tons. leopards, Lions, 1,500 Rare and Costly Animals. 1,500 PUEBLO BILL'S .nutehe WILD WEST. Tribes of Indians. Cowboys, Scouts, Miners, Noted Shots, Mexicans, Mucking Bronchos, Slope Coach, Herd of Mexican ami Indian Ponies in Native Pastimes, $3 AT IO O'CLOCK EACH MORNING THE T- 00,000:i;z 12 Kinds of Mnic, 31 Chariots (10 Cages and Dcos. o Separate Bauds Children's Tallv-bo, Fife and Dmm Corps, 2MeatuOrvKiis, Troupe Jubilee Singers, Chime Bells, 2 Steam l uiliopos. S,-ott lhigpi pers, Kemiile Ipera, 300 Horses! 100 Ponies! l Children ! lOOKnighUin Armor! Herds of LlcphanU, J'ainels, F.Ik, Girafles and Buflaloe?. fwOPERFOHM LOW EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS. WILL ALSO EXHIBIT AT Uniontown, Monday, June lOth. Connellsville, Tuesday, June 11th. Meyersdale, Thursday, June 13th. A Joaloja Husband. VTiiJ(xr.Aae, May 21. Frank Cimpton kdled bis wife, IK.ra. at West riitstou, this mooring, and then cut his osra thrust, dy ing two hours later. Couipton ami his wife seemed to live happily together until about six weeks ag i, when the huslsind Vncame jealous of his wife. A few days ag he pro duced a piece of clothesline ahont ten feet long and said he would hang himseJf with it. About 4 o'cliH-k this morning Henry Young and his wife, nevt door ne'ghbors, were aroused by piercing servants iuing from the apartments occupied by Mr. and Mrs. I'omptoTi. The scrvnms were tboe of a woman evidently in great agony. Young summoned help acd brok' in the door. Ly ing on toe flow, clad only in hriicght dross was Mrs. Compton, in a pod of blood, and blood was still Row ing from a gaping wound in the throat Just behind the door of an inner room stood Frank Compton, the murderer, his throat also cut. lie held in his hand a butcher knifv, with which the crime had been committed, ltiood was dipping from the knife and blood was also flowing from the wouml in bis throat. He swore he would kill the first rsuu who dared to en ter. Mr. Young and his companions then fled. Puring their absence Compton en deavored to enter Mr. Young's bouse, but Mrs. Young succeeded in keeping hira out. Compton lingered until 7 o'clock, when he died in great agony. The murderer took his own life in the inner room. , He made two attempts, th: last one being successful. Af ter killing his wife and inflicting the first wound upon his own throat, Compton wrote a message ujion a slate It is sail that he had not the slightest grouud for his insane jealousy of his young wife. Death In a Midnight Blaze. Xobfolk, Ya., May 23. Five persons lost their lives at o'clock this morning by the burning of the residence of Iter. V. ('. Clarke, Baptist minister in charts of the churches st London Bridge and Oak (irove. Princess Anne county on the Virginia Ileach Railroad. The bodies identified are those of Mr. Clarke, his niece iMiss Pulleii, a school teacher of Shi loh, Ya.,) two daughters and one of his younger sous. His wife, daugh ter and oldest son escaN-d by j juiping from upper windows. Mr. tla-ke lost his life in a'tempting to ns-uetbe younger children. Absolutely Pure. Thi PowVr nrr Tariff. A mnrvrl of pnrHr. atrvngtb tui1 wnoltMiiitiit. More etxinmicil thsttt the o-tliDHry kimK ami ran not ie nM nt competition with the multitude f low ttt short weight, itliim or ph'frplifttf jwm.iVns. sJit unit in run. Roy a i. Hakinu J'owi'ta kntwv, lu6 Wall otrwu New York. .VJtMK. $100,000 IN NEW FEATURES. BE HERE THIS YEAR I SIDE BY SIDE ! companies:. - . 1JV. 60 Sulky Races, Klephant and Camel Riee, Ostrich and BufTaln Races, Mule and Donkey Races, Man Apainst Bace-llorses, Obstacle Races, Running Rices, Catching Greased Pip, Throwing Heavy Weights. 0 Rhinceros, Black Tigers, Black Ostricbes. Drove Giraffe, J .lands, "bras, Llauuw. Ant Bears, Buiues and FREE PARADE fmi. God Save the Commonwealth. SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION. SFECiAL ELECTION. I OHI-MFNTK TO Tlir RK;lT:R'VMKTf I S).- r,M nfn-k of lit4 f -Hini'in, aid in f tnu'ii'' tth tUt rTvtMf iit ,f An A t of the 'i"iiirl A-ii'My entitirtl ' fi n Art prwrit. tiie !i-n- a!. inni?-r of ut.-i'U.i'ir i the fcy-j'U- tT liicir KpriKwtl aii'l r!!tin tttnn r tv if.'tuvH, am--' alr?ifii. to the 'mu1ittHin HH-(v-i Hit- th Jr f( Afrirt-h. Annrt Jminii, K. 8. Mc M1IXKS, "rlicriil t.1 tue onm H snnr---t. In kI '.unin-MJUinMrj, i hT-ttT nmke Tuesday, June 18, 1889, Tvr the H'loptifm or tvtfn of to prele 'n-n-liuiii tt ihe cjiiuiut)tm wf !hv Conimon WfHlih, which have Ik n Afrw1-! to by h insjiuity of iJjr tit ni.fr'fai t-u-rt..! Utcch HnL of the Iajk- TtK' Ural of aaid Autt-ntimi-au bving as fUurs : AMENDMEXT. Their slmll he an fchliti'iimlArtirle tn wiiJ Vm stititiiou, hi be de.gaiti-l w Artit:l Xlf m M ARTICLE XIX. . Tlo Tnniinfartiire, nale, or keeping firft1t of iniitxit'iitttik' iKjiHir, lo uf nwi nk Jjt verttife, f h'-tchy prohibited Bad miy viohiiioti ufUiinpro litkiiinii itiiiM r a im-Miciuoniiirt-, puuiMmble hiili W nrvidf1 hv law. Ttioiiia.uufariure', sale or kfoplnir f'rr wlc of in-t'Xi'-Htintr til t nor f-r other purpVKthttniu abtv- erir nmy tH tii'Mcwj in tnu n mnun"r only bihv ttc pr"rr:tt hy mw. Th iwtiml Afra- tiiv Mmit. at Uin nrm hh)OU .iiwefilua ihu adtiii (mn oJ this ariictt iht- wtjlutiim, euait hiwa Kim inu' iUHie iwiuinie lor iu vHUmvuxvul. The second tht;n-of being as ft;llowt; AMENDMENT. Strike out from nation one, of antrle Uht tbe lour iti.iii:iHuia ior voi?n, ruh u rcals nui toi -if twenty-two yearn ofaffp or pward he Miau iirvl' pjiti, wiiiini iwoy ttrt aniiav orenuu- ty ta, uhirb h)l hitve b-rn a-ist; : t two HHiiith. and tmi't m lvt one month N-fore th f ltftioit,'' mj tiiat the set-lion whith read a io:iWi t ' Kvf-ry male rlttwn, twentv-onf- rrars ofajre. poswwitu ih fuiiowiDn qualiiSLaitiiUH, shu.ll be tnt.iU'd (o vuif m rili t iooiious : I m-t. tit--lull) have twt-ii a cilizru of lle Cnl- iei ?:mf ut ivti one month. .sToud. itfsliaii havr rvilr-d In lua mate one year (ir if. havnig pn-vMu-iy ht'fii a tj-jaiinl tW-tor or iiaiiveuntciiijLfn tH ihtMir, ht-iiali liuvc nnioveti ihirt lrum and ii-tunid, then x nn!ith) imineiiKtftT prr(;nB the le' Wtn. Thini. H sitttii tm iVMidftt in the election Utrit when- he shali oft'r to tou at two iiv rtiiiw lmnwatatiy ftrwtiMft ttie elet-uiMi. F'rtirth. It twi-nty-i w y-r ut or utmanln he nhail have pain, aithiu two yt-ara, a tte or 4-oinity tax. wiiKtiKhuil have bfn aMKwd at ! -i two month, uttd tNiid atltast cme uifDih te fn' tlie eletUou," ahali beameiKled,oa to read a follow . Ev.ry mate eftizen twenty one yearn of am, pna- euiK tuc loutiwiu quaiiiitaiknt. haii ie eti- tilled to vnt at thu oiliuji place of the eievtiuii dithut of whiih be shall at the time btareidrnt aii'l not ele riere : Ktrvt. lie ohail have been a ritiren of the rol led static at hHt thirty Uavt, Stroud. lit hail hare ride. In the State one year (or if. httviiiff pn viotolv been a)uaiiiifd eiertitr or nam- borucitU'-ii f riM- M;Cr Jr -hull have remove t ihre from and rMinn-d tht-u six luouiu-j ttnnH;iaicly itrvx-eimit ti- t-U-rUou. Thin!. Me Khali have re4-b-d in j- rbi-tKu ditriot whti he shail oiVr to vhp ' t U-t ihti y ilny imint.i lately prxi-,iuiirf tlir t'ihi.i Tiie lfuulatiire. at the muhi ti-rvf unl afcrtli adotiou of 111 in m cti-ni. la.l. nd from time to time llitTvafier may, enact laus to rojerly en-forrx- thht provikfii. Fourth. Eerv male ritteu of the aenf twen-ty-onr year., who lia!! tiHW lf !i m rit!4n for tinny days, a fid au iuhal'iiitu of ihia ta:eme year next pr'dimr an eUi tn.n, (( at m uirii: tiotm, aiH, forth Ui thirty dayaa roijfiil ot'the elertton ditru t in whti b he may offer hiivotf, fthsit te enitiied to vote at sneh fltvtion iti the L'lft-tton dttriiH ot w!:ifh hehall at the tin U a rcMdmt atid not elsewhere tor ofliii-m that now or herafiMr mav t eleett-d by th tei!'ie: I'rnriti That iu time of war no elec tor in the artnal military wrvi-e of the ntatt- or of ue I jittesl S;i't,iu the army ur navy thereof, ahali be depr ved of ); vote br reason of bin av ftemv fniin sneh ei-cti n di-'tnet. and the hjfila tore ihall have power to pn-vule tti. mainur in w hieli. and the time and pi ace ai whieh su'h a ent eleetop inav vote, and for the return and ranva f th-ir vote iu the election district in whii h they respectively ntde. Fifth. For the purpose ((fvonnif. no pemuhall tn1 deemed to have iraitKd or lot a ride:iee by rea-ton oi hi preetM'e or ab-ence while empiov tl in the service of the I iiiuil Mate or the Stale, nor while en patted in the navigation of the water- of the Mate or of the hiih mas, nor hile a Hudi-Ttt of any eoltew or vm.nary of learn i nr. nor w hile ken! at any alm.thoUM. fr public insti tution, except the imnatt-H of any home firdLa hlel mwi i mil fent holuter and sailjrs, who, for the purnre uf votint. shall la deemed to rv!hie iu tne election niitrict whem haid home w lora lel. Itwf vhall b- made for a"ertaliiiuc, by pmner ii"otft the eiftzen w ho uliall be euiitleil to ihe rlht of tu!!'ruge hereby ettablihed." I Also Make Known and Give .No tice That tlie poll of said Klertlon shall be o;eneil at o clock A. M., fhsll be closed at 7 o'cla-b 1'. AI.. atid t'uit the went! plaee of holding the fame, in the several Elwtititi jtistrieU iu taid i'lMinly, are a folWma, to w it ; The elector of the borugh of Confluence to meet at the Omncil Chatnlter. in aaitl tNirtiuah. Tbe eleetur ot the bortatKh and election di trict Sn. lot Somerset tiwiisthin to meet At tbe Court House, in Mid borouirh. The electors ul electWu listrict No. 2 of 8omer set township to meet at the hutua and shou of Ferry l'mterwer inSipwvllle. The elector o tiie township of Black to meet at the tailor-hop of Joseph Hcrriuton. in aid TwnsJiip. The electors of the township ofM Iforl tomeet at tlie old botH formerly oeettpted by hlcbard LU'dwell. in (Hh)iarulurK, to wild township. The ehvtoraot New CVnirevlllo to meet at the chnol houM in Mid borouKh. Tbelectorto the iowuthlp of Upper Turkev foot to neet at the huiue ot John A. J hulls. In said towiiKhfp. The elector of the township of Lower Turkey pH to meet at tlie hon ot Kmauuel F;tx-r;iaie i; aid Township. The elet tor or the boronjrh of T'rslna to meet at the houe of J. B. Miller, opposite Liavt Vu d r (tlore, in said Itontuir h. Theelectorsol the tinnhinof Addison to meet at the it hool house in rvrernbura'. Theelertor ot the townfhin of Mi'.btlcrrefk to meet at the tuame occupied by Jeet:, Swtiiiw, In Vew TKinvtori. The electors of the township of Elklick to meet at the hotw. ot John V. liejw tiv.iu tukuck Tovvn shiti. The electors of the boroaarh of SAlisrairy to meet at the Council Chamber in said Itor-mtC'i. tbe elector! oi ibe HrmijfU of K-tckwol to mt at the fr-iiool hot-ne m id Horouv The etenjrs of the twirouirh of MeyenMale to meet at Ihe counril rt.amiter in ait turouah. The eleA-Uir ot the towoahipof Summit u meet at the l'k Hebuol-houteiii mi id Town-hlo. The eieeior of ihe !orouh ot Weli-r.ur to meet at the school hone in said bonwif h. The elector of tbe town.htn en Oreenrllie o meet at tlie achooi hooae, iu l'tieahonlaa, in said t-umiip. The electing ot the bmn-hlp of Southampton U meet at tne fiotue A J. I. Keunel, iu aij pwnf-nip. Tiie elector of the townmhlp of Northampton to meet at toe hoae ut John PooriwuKh, in id towniiliip. The i-etorf of the tiwnhip of Jjt rimer to meet at thescftuoi House in Wiuenbarir in laid tow n- ahlp. Tlie e!rtr of the bonaxh of Kerlin to men t at tlie houe ot Archltiald iJomptoo, ia aaid bvr- wh. The elector of the township of Rrotlierrallry to meet at the Iioqm ol looias.S Fiur, in Itrotii-CP-viitiev Towiiviip. . The elector ul the tomhlp of Stony creek to meet at the oilitt of t "i,urli j-.iuuk. in i'a-ld ;own hin. The e.cetoiv of the townhip of Off! to meet at the v. htKtl fiotiM-1 n tin row d from A-Oitolu to Itii ford county. te.r iie residence of A. Wniiaker. Ttie electors ol tne horoti.'h t Stitvsiown to meet t the house formerly occupied br' Henry J. Miller. In said burouxh. TneeleetoM of the twnhlp of Que ma honing tomeet at the huuMotJohu H. liiv iu l leiu i boiiinif Town-hip. Tne elector ot the township of Allegheny to meet al the bouM of Aloen UUIck, in aaid township. The elector of tlie hr.arh of New Uattlmore to meet at tne house of Jon u i' Spirer in aahl bor ouiclu The electors of the township oi Oeetnautch to meet at the hoase ot twf .- vy, la aaid wwo ship. Tlie elector of the towh p of Shade to meet at the b ane of JamH Htrinam. te s-tKt twtwiilp. The elector t tne fonniMf t'amt to met it the scht. hme en?rtrl um the laaduf Henry iitrtcHT. in said btwosnip. The elector of the t n!dp tT .Tenner to meet at the house formerly occupied by Tfe. Oalla gher, at JennerXKoads, In sii t Utwiifimt. The eleciore ot the township f Jeftrrson to meet at tin. bouae of 2idouion Baker, in aaid town wnip. The electors of the horonirh of Jennertown to meet at the school house la said boroug U. 1 make knuwn and jr've n iltce as illrerte !, that eve-Tr ieroti. except Justices of tne Peace, wtai shall n ld an? t.dit i apptnrme.t of profit or trust onlcr the Kovrnmeui ol the Vititetl Stats, or ol thi St tie, or of any city or tnmwp-ifated dis trict, whether a efjmntlsriloned ett.cenrr otherwise a subordinate oitiivrnr aifent, wn shall beem Mojed under tbe leKisUtit e. padtriary r execu nv department of this State or of the I nhet Mates, of any city or ol any ltteorjayraied dis tncl:auJaUo that every Memler of imress and the State IKislaturj. and ot the select and Gommoji eouoeil of any city, or coiumissiorx-rfl of any iuctrporato l diHriU UfiyUs licaotb!eof boldina:o exerclsimr at the same time the o.'fi.-e or appointment of )u !)te, inspector or el eric ol any eleriiun o! this Oomiomwc tlth anI that no iu speetor or other mer at aoy eleetijn shall be el igible to any office to be Vjted lr. I also arlveomclal notice or the followinr pror1nn of an a t apf Tuvwl March J. Its Tb it the qual ified voters of tbe several counties et the ooimuon wealthaiaTenentl, township, borouirh an t ftiecial elections are here)y hereafter auttorired and re quired to vote by ticket primed ur wrltm, or partly printed and partly written. ssvraliv claff4iftU as fillow:mo ticket shall imrace tbe names ut all ju1aesot e-wrt votel for. an I he tatelelon the outside Jndlctarv : one ticket shall etuiTacathe names of all s: ate other voted f-r aad le latteled StAta ; oo ttekei s full emttraee vhe names of all county oUlces voted for. lneedinr the olllc ol Senator, memoeror memb-rsol Aasemnly if voted fi-r, ami mHiulerol Uunarviw, il voted tor, and be labeled County. COSPrCTOF THF. srd'UL ELECTION'. Tbe election &hall In all ee-pects u3 rouductcd in the same manner as the renem! elections in thti t'ommon wealth are re mired .y law to he con ducted, said the returns thereof shall le made, certified and retornei! by the election o!lieers of the repe'Ure dtttneta in tbe same manner and at the seine timet the returns of a general eltc litai. Pl'TIKH OF ELECTION OFFICERS. It shali be the duty of the Unices, lirtpcrtom and clerk of ear h township. Ifout'h, ward. preinct and dl-frict to receive at ihe wild eicciitKi aeTt rate ticket, either written or prinres-1 from ea-a of theuaiiiW-. voenttlr'of who may tier tbe same, and to h-po.-.u them in a xtm boe to be tirr the pnrpts-e pn idei by the proper officers, hich ticket hhll he pnntci s parately, ojie ia U lel on toe oiiUsi.le " I'Ttihiidttiry Amendment to rtre (''otitution." and on the tuside " For the Fnrfii'oitory Amendment,' or " Aifaiiist the Pro bibilorr AmcadmcDt," the other labeled on the FERN'S Reliable Close-Priced Petiole Congress ! This cut rrtwsents tlie Kmer on l'etiole (,'oi!)frfs in Kang.i rrsi. Porpoise, Conlovnn anil Calf; lias a lii!lc pirr one bfiiijt placet! hack, anJ thootli er in frout of the ankle-norm thus preventing the strain of the rullr on th ankle-lxme and preventingthe iroreotfainst being chafed anil defaoed by in terfering. Without question tlie coming Shoe ut the Csp!2SrSGI.Il!E!S S ! G AJ I! Ti Ei JK, LADIES FINE SHOES Vc.?8' Flexfb,e Hnd tu""d' ir T -J A S TT1 T a ont PsmonsfiTOW fc.V). t ml l hw. Alsn. riM. V , lj, UK) U tXlj-iVOO Workiug bo, iUiLeiher c.siliier aud iii.f. WE respectfully call attention lo the fact that we constantly keep in stock a laiye line of the most seawonatile and most twrviceable jtooils, of the latent styles in the Irade, and we always invite cornparmn of our prices withthoee of other dealers. CALL AM) SKU I'S. FERXER BROTHERS, Somerset, Penn'a. A COMPLETE LINE ::::s:z::z:::i::::OF:::: SIIOT-GUXS AND RIFLES, SLEIGHS, SLEIGH BELLS, SADDLE CHIMES, BLANKETS, HORSE BLANKETS. HARNESS, WHIPS, LADIES' SKATES, GENTS' SKATES, BOYS' SKATES. We have just received a large line YE11Y LOW PRICES. TLEASE CALL AND SEE THEM AT TIIE HARDWAR' STOKE: OF JAS. B. HOLDERBAUM, Somerset, Penn'a. DRUG-S ! Successor to GEO. W. BENFORD & SON., PROPRIETOR OF THE OLDEST DRUG STORE At No. 1, Baer's Block, SCXMERSET, rPEIST'A.. I keep constantly on hand a large stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS. DYE STUFFS, PAINTS, OILS, AND VARNISHES.. The purest and best to be found in this market. We also keep on hand a full line of TRUSSES, BRACES, SUPPORTERS. Ami ail the leading appurtenant-ce trad both in iiiia line, iw?riwi guuttitcuon. TOILET ARTICLES AND SUNDRIES GENERALLY KEPT IN A FIRST CLASS flNE ASSORTMENT OF BIRTHDAY GlpTS ALWtYS 1 JSI STOCK. TOBACCO THE EEriT THE MARKET AFFORl'S, BOTH DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED Pimrrta CipeiSel Family Eecsipts FHIei Wi Correcto My own nmke of HORSE AND CATTLE POWDER. It is of a superior quality. e Keep in tiuiR, m Iliac any uprnat ingredient can ' aildeJ. fol.l (it. 25 centii a rxmnd. I do a m.uare business and will trouble to PURE WINES AND LIQUORS FOR A LARGE VARIETY OF FRESH Jan.S.I7. Nrar Pkiladrlpbla. rkHil (Iprii Krpl. IOiU. Yrnrlr Kikhk, t&lKi. taartcrl; Farai'1,,81'43. Antn M -Utifte voonr mi umI htm at sr r tfm : Sm 5- Bool. Wrst futnr or AnnaiX'iH A'lriixJ rl-um tn t. ivtl r.ltir-Mnii. I t MiittMn iti rr llna. 'tj iu-ietm rw.rd ::h il tma:iiui. Tr. -hr til ra-n and tfrvJna .if nnt- -m, r.ilct r i.ie Lulii'tpt : nffte n door-J fnii fcnn" t bxA tn n a fjm raritt-ir tt.l t r'-mtrlrte mnhr.!. f.ruimK ftw sm t h I t;t. sdilctfn.ric. G-ixr,;v.uw irti.l nprauiutm f. an ai"Wnt m -ifV v. Pn ..tti- ii-K'ttn Atiil M-c i.ilitrtll tor rwit .M tiol FatT.w r -rtt-Vtit m-T? t n Wi: ticv nt tR .xir. C.-ittce Imvirj'nrT. 1- '-vtr.. 1. r-nciuwia lbrMl atxl Chrfni.l Lalxif-i-orr. PractK 4l H-ntir fVrsrrmeji', ith 1 cictfr ihv. SlKft-lum!. Tyior-ariitny. rc rTc. Wore fui -tttrnJi?.' with -maro'in ihaa artT ith-r Coil--f tinmif v Ktl. Iii4 A. trtfiT rf.rts rtty home c .ml-wt, tSe Im flu vi-ni. .ind tlie T-Mri-iHnj. T"tJ i-ri. (r.wrr eerv en Nn(jjin tni f-- lim New t;!ufjt-l ct..f.tw w-t.t fr- t. anv l1n-t SU'lllllN C. SHUfc.1 LlLhjli. A 3 , A il. ,liUiatd Wltcf fnfcn and V iwneuc, Untta. !. Cir.uUn at ikt uicc. otitrf'le " SutTme Ament!nu.'nt lo the 'ontitn tion." atnloii liitf innifU "Fttrthe SuftrHw Amend- TV rttte niton ttit.twv timtmJuifntM mutt t caM and taunted ncjHtnittlf. CONTESTED ELECTION?. Section 4 ot the Art annfmTU Mftrrh Hh. 10. nrnlM. ihe riht of contt-t iv ftilltiHn ; ritTiiM l. If twfiitv tire of the finalit'icri eH-ctor C mvy comity who otl t the smk! thn dt-m- to ntest the cWtittii in airy'nr the HfVtifiU rittnrf. in khiiI i-nnnlt' th.-v mv rommt-p-i'e jnjrewliiir iu tbe Vmrt t timner '!u- or mi n roitntv uv retitinn Hitm-! iv Ihim, setittur forth 4ni-iely tltv vjv of rrmi piaiitt. Mirtwiiur when'in it rUitml the eleciitm I ntxiite ot ilh-ira). whirb ptiiuui Mial! Ie vrl tiel ly the nfti-lirit? of at h ast 5 of ihe teti turn er-ami he tile! within fifteen ly nfterthe ehf- tnn. wnereuiK'n tne ixmn nnii onti:r mm dmrt that any mini her of the tmliiiiil etet:(ni if mid r.unty may fiie an answer u -aid itition within ten dayK aad apruar and Ul'eni the elertioiw contested. At the pxjiiratiuu of the ten days afore:ii'L, the Fold Curt tmil vpo'' m opt-n i mrt. to itiveNiieate the compliiint uod Hiif-r. if any. and Urt that i'jrite nmv mat all nei- ftf- ordT-, ftiuiMiittj witness, eomwi their aV teiidajuf by utttu-hmcm, onler the haMol hoxes fo Ie tir1iiv'ei in Omrt, reeoont the b;Utv itr and :Jie amcudnu-iit if Boceary. ri-j- et illegal ut- and aM-tnain and eertitv to the (iovemor the eorrvrl and lawful rexilt of wiid eletiiKi In (he diKnetf OMiieMted. oaor hfttrethe aeeond Ttwlay of August Anno Ioinini ne thousand eiifUt vtcht hundivd and eitrhiy-mne. In -Re the wnirt una 11 certify that thrre wa orohtthle calf fcr nteh eontet. the eot thereof Miati be paid by the county, otherwise by the peti tioners. QL'AUFICATIOX OF VOTER9. Kvirrr nmlf rftfn tu-pnlv-onp vin.m rif niFt pom-inff tlie fotlowina quaiitlcatioiis shall he entitled to vote at all olertioii. Fint: He shall have htvn a eitizen of the I nited Ntulea at lent one month, Send: lie hail have resided In the State one year luf If. having- prevhaily been a Tiat;lied eleetor or native ljorn eitizeu of the State, he hall have removed therefrom and re tnrned. ilwa monthf) immediately fffttNiinr the eleetiou. Third : lie ximtl have resided in theeieotion d'siriet where he ahull oiler to vote at hwt two mouths iiiinjelittely precetlintr the eler tton. rounh : if twenty-two year of ufe or up wards lie hall have paid wtthintwo yeamaaie or County tax. whieh nhail hHve httn a'Vl at k-at two mtHiths and pid at leanl one mouth iie fre tite eiecUou. t'outliitUum, Article Ylll- Otrwi under mv hxod at tnr eftin at S-meniet thm &jt dar of Mkv, ta tb year of ear Lfrd owe thoaand ei(ht hundred and eiichtv nine. aal id meoiM nu'iri ami r.vn yaar ol Ui ittie. Iendeaoe ot n L'alte-i states. btierin sumee. I li. a. ic.Mii.i.h. Somarwii, MayJ, 'IVi. she. iff. A DMIXISTRATOR'S NOTICE. lUtate of Jacob L. Miler. deceased, late of Mil ium lowmnip. Mmtertet o. fa. Letxen f administration on the a)Mv putati- bavin if been pr&uted u the mder'tmed bv the pnfer authority, notice h. herehT riven to afl oer- aona iinieUed to aaid estate to make immediate payment, and thone having eltmi aamvt the ame to present them dniy aathentieaied for set tlement on Saturday, tbe Ith day of June. Imhh, at the late reatdeJtce of deeea-el in.Mitford Two., DANIEL if. MII.LEK, WJL O. MILI.kK. apr2t Adouniatntton. BROTHERS' Shoe Store- DOB-SLEDS, SLEIGH ROBES, of tlie above goods, which we arc DRUGS ! IN SOMERSET COUNTY, by Physicians and families. We guarantee DRUG STORE. ;' f : and CIGARS. eive vou vour money's worth. No show goodd. MEDICINAL PURPOSES ONLY GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS. CLARK H. BENFORD. them fnr rtir CM1eQ. Prtfvttvfcno: VTi vt- t"Wnti-rrv. Shfwi ift?. (-lrti.jil .-r . minwl n ! wt injrijcnl Si Ii.Kii All Physician's Residence and Business FOR SALE. Inti-ndtnuto unit (he frai-ticof Mf-dicine and tn move W'ar, I "flrr fr ?saV my Ikhiw mid lands in StYi-.imvn. hfimorwt rounty. I'a.. and wilh tht-ramTeo.! will. Aim sevenil i-wji or land lyina inl nuiwli if mid town, winch I will kII wilh the ho'weor witamu-lr. Thj hu'ite is in exrt-iU'iit rvTsair ami dpwIt paintwl. It inn1iitft irii niim. ami a lane- oflii-e. Iitidt- many laive rlfivt! and nip lopi. fii-d-r the w'loie htai-is a wllar in which nothing evt-r ltvi-z. m the me lot a wa-h-hon- and lwke-ov-n. a larae riMern. a moke.hou and nthet IiiiiliiTii'.-!.. FI.Kslmn- walk. lhniKhout Ihe Unirth a:id hreadth f the KrdeD. Kiicht at the hark door i one ol Ihe lit we! Is in the eonntr. Fine hale tree in front of the notice, and the Karilell nilei wilh tlie ehuii-ol fruits of a!', khids. The liotie and lot are In the het part of the ti-wn on a rorneron Mtiln n-et with a wide alley, or nth-r Mret, cu one Mde and on the rear- Aeroes this a'.le-v at ibe rear Is an on-hard and on it a lanre MnMe with nxmi for three horses and iotir -ows : sioa fKrvt-enrnaire-hon.e. etc Tiii' or-'haril is tilimt with fniit tree? "f the e!:ct.t kin Is snd is very proiliu-Ure. This 1 wiM sell w.th the house. Thre are about Ji aere of land jast ontiide of ihe boruiujii limita for cuiliratiou anil for taw tore. The pnn-hawrwill ei-t :i property provided w itb nil th- thinics with wlin-h a luan surrounds himself in hi pennaiieTit home. t'itr teriuii eall on or address. Dr. U. H. PATTF.Mnx. Suiyentown, Xonierset t'o.. Pa. XOTK'K All persons know lnit themselves to he ihdt liled ou my Iss.ks will pleaee t all and -et-tle same, on or la fore Anrust 1st, Igsy. After that date all as-emiou rernaitiins unsettletl will be (-fai-ed in the hands of au olheer for t-olleetiott. It. H. Pattehsos. XTfTlTTrTr' JS DEREBV WESthat i V r JL 1 J rj nil psrues fc.irnd uvspas. tnu. fi-hln or humiiiK on the p-operties of ihe uiulen-iir-ied without their jK-rinissKiD will be. d-alt wlh as the law directs. S. A. PfTM t V. CfHt-Nf'ET BARRON. NOAH HKMMlVfJER, JKREWHM'KFY J KSWK W II 1 1'K K Y. H I R A M TKKKl (W IlllIV H MliJ.tlt. l'ETKKf). WH1PKKV. II1KAM BAKKO.N. P. K. MuHkF. JtJUIAH tKfSP. I.KVf I.(.Ni;. Jt'SUH BARRON, A' n.N WEIMEH, DM I XISTK A TO IJ'S NOTICE. h iaie of )fry Lerdlc, dee'd.. late of tVelleTsbunx ! .naiir't. omeret Co.. r. T.etters of aa min 1st ralifm on the aUnreestntchav. in.' been traiitcl lo tha ufidcr-itnied bv toe pro-H-r authority, all person, llidebtetl to said estate are requested lo niake uavnient. and ttHMe hav ing clnmis ordemands against said eatate to pre sent them duly aulhenl hated for settlement to tie-at the residence of de- eased In aid hvaiui;h 'iKOMi.K l.KYDK, yl. Admr. of Mary Uytlig. dee'd. SALESMEN WANTEr. Permanent Situations) rnara- U teed. vv.iryu.f tjtr, p.tui, peelal induce, mcnlsfo hivinnera. AuTinan ran socctsrsl with our advantafca and ciuick-sellin spes-iaHies (M ir iee. Vlreat r.nee. iriringaee. HtaiKEH NUKotWPeattaUisb.d Jxaa.f KocKlwrta. n. Y. (am UiU paper). fH7-m. KNABLE & SHUSTER'S BULLETIN OF BARGAINS! Ail .Hk untli. 40 Cents. All Colors. IViiit.-.l In.la's Oltc Extra Fak-, $U0 Guurantct'J IJI.ak Silk-i. all Grade?, Too. to $3.o0 . iD HESS GOODS. -: IJlack and Colorcl, all the new, desirable wears, at low prices. .-:-TR MM N GS.rr:::::::z:::rz:::z:::::r:z: New Line Trimmings, at prices that will interest vou. zzz::::LOAKS.:::: :::: Dead Wrap?, f i.4O.il.00, $5, up to $10. Jacket.-", f! to $20. XewinarkeH, $0 to 130. Our shapes and finish are the best. GL0VES, HOSIERY, AND UNDERWEAR;:::::::: A complete line of these goods at aftonishinirly low prices. 35 Fifth Avenue, -vn.L ta f. mail oi:ih:i:s ri: imit Louthers Drug Store, Main Street, Somerset, Pa. This Model Drug Stcre is Rapidly B;c:ning a Great Favorite "with People is Search of FRESH AND PURE DRUGS, Medicines, Dye Stuffs, Sponges, Tmscs Supporters, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, &c. THK DOCTOR GIVES PERSONAL ATTENTION- TO THE COM POCXDING OT PiysicIans'Prescriptions t Family Receipts GREAT CARK ItEISli TAKES TO IVM OSL T FRESH AMD flRM A SI Kits SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES, And i Full Line of Optical Goods always on hand. From such a large assortment all can be suited. THE FINEST BRANDS OF CIGABS Always on hand. It is always a pleasure to display our 'ood to intending purchasers, whether they buy from us or elsewhere. J. M. LOUTHER, M. D. MAIN STREET .... SOMERSET. PA. FOSTER & QUINN, 13 and 15 Clinton Street, J'lOIIIIlSriSITIOI'WIiT WILL SELL YOU CARPETS Cf All Graiss at Prices Lcwer tkan Evsr Zzotfb. in Western Penn'a. J.CB CTKT.UX.S., TTRCOM.YX AND CHEXILLK Cl-'RTAINS CCETAIX I'OLKS AXI) FIXTl-KKS, ULtiS. IX A LI, SIZKS. I'lXUV AND CHINA MATTINGS, AT LOWEST I'lilCES. THE LARGEST STOCK OF uRY GOODS AND DRESS TRIM MINGS, AT FOSTER & QUINN'S, Successors to Geis, Foster & Quinn. Danziger & Shoenbergs SPECIAL I IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Hrr)j.r nf.rimj mnrr lUn nr'liwin, iu-l, Silks, Dress Goods. Wash uurtam3 and Upnolstery Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Corset, Gloves, IIo3iery. and Furnishings. Our enormous -ales in thw .liMwrltiK-ntH w.r i,, .... (Min ua-a-ii now i.iirer tiian thev wer nmcli earlier in tbe season, we are enal.le.l lo oiler our recent puri-hiweo at a corres pomlinir reiluetion. We are the Money-saving House for the People..::::::::: OUR ENORMOUS SALES ATTEST TO THIS FACT. We exten.l a eonlial invitation lo all our oruera rei-eive promt ami i-areful attention. SAMl'LKS SENT )X APPLICATION. DANZIGER & BUCCiSSOHS TO MOKHI3 H. DANZIQEH, SIXTH ST. AND n:xxA VE. riTISllUUG. 510 Market street, and 27 Fifth avenue, PITTSBURGH, PA. THE LEADING MILLINERY AND DRY GOODS HOUSE -Offer the Following Line of :: ::::At the Lowest Ladies' ami f'hi!lren-R Straw Hats. Lalies'?ntl ChiMren's Trirnmel Hutu, La!ie' anJ Children a Wraps an.I Jarketg. Ladies' ami ChiMren'n Corsets of all kiiiiU, Laoe Curtains and Portieres, l'ar.isolF. and Cml.rellas. lKlstvlit Silk Mitts and Gloves, I'.ic to f 1 (JO, Kid iloveis 44i; to .1MI0 a pair, Uress Tnmniing-, Notions, Juwelrr, OTJR ZSIOTTO : J PITTSBURCH, PA. attention -- rr,nflt lo twr-hw i ,r:h of wir 75 lr- Fabrics, Cottons. Linens, Lace nMjiiirp ih L M larjw Hnea ilailv, an.I as town visitor to come an. seee ns. Mail SH0ENBERG, Spring, and Summer Gooda- Prices in the City.::::::;::::::::: White fiofnUof all kinds, i'aney Drapt-ry Silks, with Fringes to riiati-h, Ijdies' and lients' Cnu'erwear, lres Shirts, V.'onlen Shirts, at all prices, IIiery, over Sf0 styles, includinif the guaranteed Ust blacks, from l.Tc to 7'e per pair. Silk I'nderwear, Silk Iloaipry, ,-m doz. La.lies' Kiblel Vests, I.V, 1-V. iXf, L'.V, iTx-, ths iprnUst btrtjii'iHi ever tili'ered anywhere. Bast Goods, Lowest Prices.