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The Somerset Herald, GKuRGE B. SCULL. Editor. May . !" Piils-jury's VI-ait ml Kcilera. Vong 'it's " teailquarleri for Ef-3rits, perfume eases at Bteaecker 4 Snyder's. AU kistds of mm al Barkr A F ne ar? s. F.ra glasses and srsctac!s at B.rset ker Snyder a. AUUsioe in all colors at Biesecker 1 Sr vders- Sags--. Flour and Wool Ultra for goods, at Handsome Head Wraps cheap, as Mrs. A. e. rt.l i P.ilsbary Bert XXXX Floor for sale at Jtsrail Keller's. Ladies' and Grou' Gaaze L'cdierwear. at Mrs. A. E. I L! s. M .Ulcus of taterpillars are (tripping tb crl.age from the tree near Williamspcrrt. AU tlx different odura of extracts at Bie tket A Snyder's. kid bead and sCk amtaeliaa al HefHer's i I i usually sell at ti.ou Removed, and don't forget J. B. Holder, bsum's Hardwire Store. sever, million inc-ipst-at siiad bare just bees piared in ibe Ieiaware at the Water r Oaj.. LaJieV Vui-Un fnderwear ia good and rit'ap, at Mri. A. K. I hi a. Yoa can g-t a Dice luncb at Vocght'a gro-rt--v wLm you come to court. Try a rare of Piiiabory'a Flour aad you a !! never ue ony ottier brand. T:e oijest niillinen: house in rJotuervt O.-unty. M. M. Tau.a iu & Co. Lu;et.tr.t.!tH H. f. Hale, of the f !ii KiyiBHT.T. Natkmai Guard of Penney I vat'.ia. d -d at B'llrf r.te yeat-rUy. .k rjun I'rnhreiiw. fmcn $1 J5 up. Mo. A. E. Thl. Mr. Geo. Anmsn Laa iL;.aed of his meat market to Kuwri f-'tewart. .Vbv psv ten cent, kt Wail Paf, when v.. :nt .jvit.tHefHry fiT5c.t3. W want ert-rj body to come in and see us re it week. J. B. HoLctaaaVM. it is f.d that a young oierUnie of Pitts- t i.ul I :: itiv.nied an at pl.ance for eiertnr ram fur whi. U Mr teorav Wesunghouse has f veo him $','. atitUnerw. M.Un ery. iliiiinery. M M. TatuwcLL, A Co. Iires Trimmings to match Press Good a Mam. A. E. tHl . The bi ciniiiul rains of tlie jwst few days ! have made all kinds of venation advance j w:th jump. The outlook i very ettCAiur- sf: e r splendid crops. I-ti t fail while OimensH to go to H. :f.ry s and see tbuee cheap ciothmg for nieti and t.y reduced from tfl.W and 7.u0 V, $,! .Vi and A (hunh at ILighton announces i I'-.M i Ilur-t and strawberry FeMe."" Iird,a3nTS S.ir bats, riotbir.g and car- pet at J. B. SsTftas. A Lew !! of clothing a: J. B. fr'nyder's s, ii nta tlirep. Call and get a bar- g.n. j 9 Kiine. of Mot.tgomevy County, was i 'd f ir ii" iiniat.-es by J-eph shrow-i.- mho cia n.s tiiat tlte Sfcenff iliegaily tt-i i im fr m his farm at Ksglerilie. liadfbnl Water, bottled, recommended by a:l y. vs:-".iins. lo be Lad only at Biessstker M j- t. H-r. '-y is fs-iTtj: fetraw hats fa men an t. t u: 5. ! ar .1 l.Vts. Jjst arrived from t - ' T T: .:'y f 's'sr in m-rsK where yon can l-itv ! Mr rr. ie at the rehbrated Piiisl crr r. is is it Kf.itr'a j.'TTs-rv-. When y 'a go to town next week, don't tirget t') call and ih s?.-re-r-i.m. li.ss F-an.-s E. Willard. Ir-idc;-.t of the W rl i s and National Woman's Christian Temi-rance 1'n'on. is in PLtladelpkia to r; w K'-r servi -rs f.r two weeks in the Cotisti t riona: A tneri laieT!! campaign in rennsyl var. -.a. Hinds line stitk of White Embroidered r.. i. A ia-ye stork of Hambiirgs and Tnmtii'ir t-s. St. A. E. I'm. The-e never lias been as tine line of cloth -irij in S-.merset. ail new as yoo will End at J. B. SXYfUcS. Kiwan! Morrow, of Bradford ridnity. w: le t'r.wire last fall lost a tX wad o g-i-rt.barts. which his son plowed up a few 1 irs sinr; as g-sxi as ever. ! Hl vard-w Me Cashmere. cents per ya-d. G '.. sulr-la.-itiai ash mere. 10. l.'J iLjiirvji.. .MB. A. E. I'wu Y..U wa:,l a new suit of clothes when you e- nie to curt. I all at J B. Snyder's, be Las iha-iM.n f ir you tltat w ill pay the ex- enS of the week. i ves. of j wood, i A mst,r 'l.airbotiirLt ty Messrs. Sh Yrri vis made of green sassaf-as sr.: a iew warm days have caused it to put fo"ti nary sprouts, seme sn inch long. Go in H'tfry s and re those boys knee pants ulrs reduced from tl:2j to el.Vi, a t- left at f-1 S. lU-rs knee pants 25 cts. Ti.e lii bread is made from Pilisburr's F maticfatured at Minneaislis. Minne- ( s- ta Pc-snns trying it will nse none other. F'.tr sale only at Keller's grocery. Xe-ea Shnrcbcnph. a widow, has had a named John Smith beH to bail by Soc'se Miller, of fhamokin. for having 'riatetie.3 to bewitch ber and cause ber to follow h:m. We liare on hand a large number of good f ri. k which we will sell in quantitiea to suit tiie pcn-liaser. Prices very reasonable. Yard opposite tlte planing milL i H'i5.iBc.i: Bane A Paawow. j fet rrrvlrarii, Cmntr Commi-sioner, will i--vr-rr reo- ve fl! per day and six cents I n '-"; lu-'issi. i'lsies-tors ar.d clerks, e3 ; l.Tsrd 'mer'y-f've ceois for every ad- ' t r. ti'-y votrs or fne-iiori tliereitf when , r i -ijiTi two huadred roles are cast- I 1 Lave iiist rerivd a rew let r.f carpet f"".! ran now sell an all wt-W two ply ca-Ti f ir Si nrntj ;er ya't that was worth 07'. ' "a ! and get a bargain before Iher are ail r st j J. B. Sx hues, i A .-.aker 'ily residing in n-.ester County. f -t at the ctr.mnremmt eierrises of ' Cre IrMiiati Iruijstral rVlioot at Carlisle, or. rt e-liiesdar. dotiated IJ.-' in ar-preciatii'n f liie work of tViescbttol. Hrrnante is witb 1 I'l ty ri.pcst. . 1'.- dai'y Hmm wii! res -h all the prin towns of the county on the morning of i's pubLcation. If yoo want to read full aTunts of the important crimir.al trials tl.at will come np at Mar court, subscribe f,t i'. Lilies. ya cai Bid all c'i rs of ready xi-d paint, and ia any quantity you want, -ct up in any slued tin cans ; also, all kind a" w.sxrl stains, tube colors. ini brusbea. --rub and diisting bmshes, at J. B. Holder- ! Wave s Hardware Store, Somerset Pal. A Pittshu-rh fostiva! tr-ltic says Perotti, trnnv. firr! his noles as from acata l't. T!f ugh rwKts rang in the surprised " of tlte audiencts like a scries of pistol ! "ts s: to music.' it ha;rr otrr me a question as to wbo sVni d ho d the special election in Pennsyl "la. on the ltii of June next, inquiry on t;s ssjVjet frsieo Charles W. Stone. Eq . ""etary of ibe Commonwealth, discovers t-at he is dearly of the opinion that tlte WtlfB should be held by tbe omcers elcc 1 in Fritrcirr lat. the art if l-Tt. provid-!-sr the prT'ers elected in February to d r ,;ar tlte elections for one rear. EiTrytne who crWs to eoort will Lave j er J. P. Sullivan ; Executioner J. It. Sul t t:.to3Sniine J. B. Fcyder's full line of j liean ; Gtanmittee on Salts-Joa. Xice'y. v; :,,rg, h is hard to understand bow be 1 cbaa. Lewis, P. Tanker, V. Jiice.'y, J. V. Soi tlls Uteta so cheap. j i-;rao. r'lr Mrs. E. II. Parker w.l! erct a V(-?em Aon cottage oa her I n: on strtc-l iol during li nmur. Pr. James E. Il mi ker hu Id the oou- trart for a hanilsunic cottage to be put up j during the summer on Pa'riot stmrt. Mr. and Mr. J. J. HoblitaeU, rif Meyers dt'rr, have issued invitations to tti marriage of their dangriier. Kate Atom to Vr.3.7.. B-wman uf that place, on Tuesday evening. May 2th at nine o d k. A Jarre cumlaer of oiuuaJea of E. P, Cuaircina' Post, G. A. IL. marched to tii Rt-formed Church in a body Sunday even ing, where Her. Hiram King, wbo it a member of the Pjr, preached a memorial set-nun. Cap. Wm. Jutdfcn. of Mt Tiwant, ar rived in town Sundae afternoon aod will have charge of the tsuroersel House during tlte two wtrk's of court. The Sct-oerset House ex pectus greaterowdof people at thai hostelry and the Captala wiil eudearor to autre tbe puzzle of pulling thirteen lodgers in twelve sing Ie bed. If toere anyway of disputing of ail bu xuar cotoe toe Captain wiil do it lo the brat advantage. aoroe(ainMs, Uo from tLeir taik verrevi ieailr vitiesi in lije iimous caw agaiuat i ... , . , . , . i Tin)an oner, were baiirur a bii;h old time on the eaMboand trail, on the Pittsburgh Piriaion of the B. O. R. B-. on Monday morning. The parly consisted of two men. two women and a bottle of ahiakey. The girla were "ively. but the whhkey waa livli er. More than ooe paanauirer who wan in doubt aa to bow to vote on the 1 vh of June mas cunvinced by the potent a rpn orient of a botUe thua flaunted in their faoea Mr. Noah Homer and bis little usnghter Sannie are in the city to-day stopping at the botise of Henry Bower. Mr. Hortter's brother in-law. on Iron street. Mr. Horner is a son of Mrs. rmherger. i wnose Luvjana was muraerw recently in j Somerset ouamy. I lU on hi j CouTt- He wilt 1t lor tbnt piareonSlon- j oay raom.og. taking Nannie with uim. j Mr. Horner states that relatives of tie Nicelr bov? have offened a reward of 4VJ to j vbudy wbo will kill his daughter Xai.nie j fc1IT Court, and lo ai.ybo.iy who will j jj u:m Mr. Horner was told by the authorities to make the trip to Somerset r-a Jobnstowt.. a-. if be would (to over Land be would probably be killed. J-'rvm tit JJ.mt.mn Tr&uit of In our last issue we referred to the rode of laws adopted by tlie prisoners in the county j jail for their own gr-vemntent. and of the ! novel and summary piHiisbment iunicted on ; ,,, tL-:r Dun,hrr who bad transereaaed j tht The two urfortanate fellows who j mm lrnMrd having broken into a freight car at Salisbury Junction, seem to be the victims at every session of the prisoners' ronrt. Whether hecaase these two misera ble fellows are so entirely depraved that they tail to heed tlte ancient maxim of honor j among thieves." or whetiier on account of ! tlteir incocrigibiiity or innate greenness, j they are male lo suffer the penaitit-s impos j ed by Jiidge Lewis, is past tind'tut ouL Our rvporer was sitting on lite Iteavy stotte steps t-aiiiitg to tiie prison, one dav during tiie week, discoss-ing tire prithahle niajorities ftr ' and acainst" in the different townships of the county, with a d-f.u'r sheniT. when ( i mere was a soKJen Mi I ;n the sounils pro . ctssfing frim l he prison comdor. where a J moment btf.re chi-ir-masler " Jce " Nicely ; was exercising his rorai organs. "Joe" mas i wont to teavi. ihe " uV ies "' in the connlry '. districts of Westmoreland county in his j younger and innocent ilsys. ur tvporter noiselessly edged bia way op I to the look -out in tlie irou door of the jail. j and peering tbivugh be itad the pleasure of . ley. Simon and Barbara Y'oder. minor chil ) seeing the prison court, jast convened, in i dren of Samuel L. Y'ml-T. asking for the ap- J. B. HolJerhauin's j session. Seated at the bead of the venerable 1 pofntroent of guardian. The Court ap j slab table waa " Judge " Larw is, leader of the i pijinled Levi P. Yoder. He also presenle.1 M-Clellatidiown gang. So diimitai-y who j ever directed tlie course of justice in the 1 highest tribunal of lite land could have I hried more austere and arms than did thia I 77 1 same Fayette coacty bandit. We were not within close ear-ahot. and could only catch a t-r snsii-lttst nf the tsriu-t's nronstslinrs Knt . 1 . . J 1 1 1 . . I . i itte ini.e we oewra was enougu io snow inai , the two tramps were strain on trial, rnarred ( with loud talkine. One of the raise.-able ! vktime wbo was being tried by bis fellow prisoners scented to regard the prviceedings with as much earnestness- as he is likely to manifest when brought before Judge Baer and a Somer-iet countr jurr. instead of 1 judge and jury of his kind. He would turn Lis lacce prey eyes appeal- ; ingly from the judge to tbe jarr. and move-I ! I restlessly in Ins seat, evufentty Mill sore j from the bumping be had been subjected to : a lew days before. Tbe testimony ail in. i "lawyer" Nicely, who is liable to acquire i more knowledge of legal ethics during the ! coming two weeks, than ever he dreamed of in bis pL ilaeophr. proceeded to address the jury. He insisted that the self -adopted ruies must be enforced and seemed ea.-er tliat his feliow, but friendless, pritona rs. should again come in contact with tiie hard walls of the jail. Judge Itemis. wbo in Lis variegated career lias been the principal party interest ed in tlte charge of tbe court, charted tbe jury in sorb slowly, measured dignified sen leuoes as lo convince all of bis bearers that i be knew bow tbe btisinsss, sboold be done. The jail-bird jury handed in their verdict without leavinc tbe box. as seems to be their ritstora, possibly remetnbrrirg bow it was ' diir i'i trials in whirh they were .raonaliy . intcresteJ. The tramps were found guilty of i ! having violated rule 1'nd. and "judge"' hi;) . after susfiending aentenie on account of the bniisv-d eondilion of tbe transgressors, enn- j ' tented bim-s-lf w'lh arain reading aloud the j i ruies and warning tbe tramps against being brought before him amn. Following is a tertm copy of tbe rules prisoner, : run to wirnM thb ivsim or TBE sost-ra-rr mrrr jiu 1. All due rs-sprct to be shown fomale pris oners and visitors. 2. Ail ktud. boisterocs, or vulgar talk strict'y prohibitid. 3. Nolcud la'king between the hours of B r. w. ar.d 8 . w. 4. All prisoners rrnst chanre their cloth ing at least once a week, and keep them- selves tidy and cln.a-Kl it shall Itellieduiy of tr siierff and deputy lo see that ttia carried out. 5 Any person roakirg dirt upon the floor, table, bench, ccsmd or, or any part of the pns-n, moi4 clean it np. 6. Any prjoners cat-gbt in the act of pil fering, or proven lo be guilty of such an act, will be severely punished. 7. AU prisoners receiv-ii g a visit at tlie door. Or inside, other prisoners must keep away. 8. All visitors are requested to donate 2S era's for thf benefit of the prisooera. and all new prisoners that are ineameraied after this date shall be fined 25 rents, except those who a-e in tlie whiskey business, and tlteir fine shall be -50 cents. 9. There has been a committee appointed to divide f onaTy all fond that cotres in that is ond-viilrd. said coeimittee lo be compos ed of tlie followimr rwrsoris -. Jose4a N'kely, Grant Dean and Wm. Hill : and it shall be the doty of tbe serringrcuviwiitteeto appoint their .raocejeors on sucb committee to serve one week. 10. All prisoners who are not satisfied to be governed by these rules has tbe ngbt lo take bis case to the sheriff or epu'y. AH prisoners convicted of riolating any of tbe above rules, will be punished a the extort may see proper. Judge J. C. Lewis : Pistrict Attorney Joseph Nfcelr; SberifT 1 Tasker; Depaty- Won. Hill : Secrearr and Treasar- ! The Mill Begins to Grind. 'ft First Day'a Sasaion of th Much Talkoo of May Term of Court. Jndgf Kmrr'm ftlralglit Talk ta the ;rMBl Jarjr. JohnM.Gteasner, of Stonycreck, Appoint' cd Foreman of That Bod;. Iott or Ga.4Xi hjTliuw Jr:iiei Call KO MOTK'M Mwe T ATt tia 4'f s MuBiJBt Uiii Iiiui lUrtua la Fikst Can CaLiio roa Taut. "O yex! 0 jret! 0 jnl A1J manner of peraoca having anytting to do before the )Iuooratle tbc Jtulgta of the ouort of ooa tuoa lk-a, Orpliaii t court. Oyer and Tvr Diioer aud Geueral Jaii Ie!ivry, and mart of Quarter Stmoos, bete boiJea Ibu day. let .hem come Jurerd and Uey .ball be . . , . , beard. God aav lb oumtuon wouth and the Honorable ooaru called ooyrt crier tlia. A. kimmeit, at 10 octock Mowiay moining, and the much talked of May term of court was fciritia.iy opened. On the brorh was President Judge Baer with bis Associate Oliver P. Shaver and i Grotee M'. Pile. The court n.mi rtum. fonably filled ar.d by tvun it was crowded to overflowing by the jurors. wunr. suit ors and interrsted spertators. tditor Mc t"Ux.n. of the Hamahurg Sunday Trttsram and J. Frank Condon, uf Jobiiftovn, who will report t be roceedii.g of thecoortfcir the Tntrumr of that place, occupied seats among the attorneys, within lue place rail ed off for the nwmliers of the lar. Protnpt- l )y upon the oiwoinj of court I nJe John" , . i ul " court roora where be was warmly greeted on all sides. He is employed by the prose- cuilon in the t'niiieryer munier ctseand in j lite Meyer abor.iou case and will sisl in the Jirlisecution of G curve J. and j David J. Shaalis w h) are chaivvd with shooting their step mother. iHOTIOS? SIM. The first busirieas transacted was tlie cail- ingof the bar list and hearing motion from lite ditTrrenl attorneys. Mr. Cutlrolb hied bis answers to the exoeji tions in the Michael s?ipe audilors' report. Mr. Koonti presented a petition fvr the fitinuatice of two civil cases down for trial Dext week, and had guardians appointed for several minor cbil Jren. He also hlej the ap praisement of the widow in the estate of i ..t. r i fci-. . . , f . -1 J.-ob I. .-ba.ha, and tie petition of Ihtnd J. Pliaulis for a writ of partition in the same estate. On motion of Mr. A. J. Colbom, John F. Bittner, of Lanmer towusbip, a traverse jur or, was excused from fu niter attendance u;t on the Court. The ground tor Mr. Bittner a discharge was that his wife had recently broken ber leg and there was no ooe to wait upon ber but bim. Mr. Baer filed the widow's ar praisemetit in tlte estate of Jas. Shield and in tire estate of Johu Henry Moore, dee'd, and also present- ed a petition for tiie confirmation of the sale of real estate in the estate of Samuel P. Mil- i "aer irom one or many : an-1 must whoi-.-j i ly disregard anything y.tu. previous to your " i commu here. heanL or read in riewspapvr : John O. Kimroel. t , presented the re- ; .j ,, ,..rer,i your m:ods from beim port of the auditor in tiie estate of John G. ' ir.iluencej by anyihini- but the les-al evi- StaLl. and it was ordered confirmed bv the j "hk:h Vlu '!,:' fcr T,1f wm. "I li'it sut-jerl to tttese q'laiinratioris rota C"u,t- j rr.a.-t -voe.ve aii tl- legul eridence oifered bv Mr Hay presented the petition of Calvin j i!,e Iiisi-irt Attorr.i-r, nd tou most be the Zrigler. torlheapf-ointrtsent of a gnardian. and minted Charles W. Lamhrrt, of Sior.v- crtek township, wbo was appointed. He iso presented the tition o! Msan atker. I widow of the late Ju.lse Samuti Walker, tjr a writ in partition. Site having r-f.;srd lo tnke U'.i.ii r the mill. Mr. I'bl filed exo-ptrous If the fi-wcti-tor's bill of costs in the case of tlie t'um-raoiiwe-altb rs. Sln..in P. Sweiiier. trieil at Fehrnary aessions. Mr. Koca-er presented the petition of West- Ihe widows appraisrnent in the estate of j Eioanoel Lichty. dee d. j Mr. Kuppt-1 filed the invenlorr and up- ni-arsasment of tlte eood taken bribe wid..w I - I in tlte estate of Levi R-tmirerger of Black township ; also tlie rseport of viewers on a mad in lilark townhirt wbtrh was rtilitlmt-s . 1 ' - T . , . . . ... I - . t 1 111 to ". iu uie c.ie . t-atu is.,.,... mi, late ol Krot riersva .ey townstitp. lie present- ed a petition of two of the l.eirs for au order ! of sale, bat that it be directed to another i tbm the administrator. Mr. Pugh presemed the petition of the I widow for aupraisrmexit in the estate of : J-isbaa I'csler deed. Mr. L. C. Colbiim. filed the retnmoftLe viewers to view the site of a bridje in Uije- niab-minz n.wnshif hade cros:n. I mhicb was confirmed aii , Mr. Scott prisen!,,.. jj inventory and ar- pra'isemetit of the r toils taken by the widow in the estate of Benjamin Nicholson, late nf l"pir Turkey foot townsh:pand in the esta'e of Errhert Sntier late of Black township. He also presented the Auditors Report in the esta'e of S. B. Snyder deed , which was con&rsned by the court. Mr. Meyers presented the application of A. C. Paris for a soldier's lionise bi ssaJle. Mr. Biesecker asked for the confirmation ol the return of an inquest held upon tiie boily of Jacob D. Shaolis, late of Jefferson township, deceased. (The jury of inq'iest foond tliat the tlei'eased came lo his death by bang:ng ) He also presented s petition of ritirens of Cstnemaugh township lo va cate a road and aked leave to enter a t fsar. in tbe case of tbe Commonwealth ra. ! Levi Conrbenour. and in the case of lite j Cstmmonwealth rr.' Pavid LKxlson, i bota charged with F. arid B : on payment if all oists by the drfcuUaiita. Mr. J. C. Lowry presente.1 the Auditor's Report in ihe case of Mary licbty, deceased. and it was connrroed by tlie Court. Mr. Ho'bert presented the report of the Auditors in tbe ease of C. C. Shafer rs. M. W ahafrr. There being exue-Akms filed lo this j report, the Court ordered it on ihe arg-jment list, Mr. Cg!e presented tbe list of goisJs taken by the widow in tlte estate of Jacob L. Mil ler, late of Milforil township, and in tbe es tate of G. Mull, late of Northaraton town ship. TDK OEv 11 sr. After tlie bar list bad been gone over the Clerk was cirdrred to call the names of the Grand Jurors, who took their seats in lite box as their names were tailed, of tiie Iwen'y-fotsr summoned all reported for d.i'y bsit one. Mr. U.S. Brook, wbo bad moved out of the county since Ibe !!u.g of the jury whei at the beginning of the year. The Court appointed John M. Gleasr.tr. Esq, of Stoneycreek township, foreman, ana then delivered ihe following excellent charge : it ix txtt or it ix.x evri s cn irx.r, OnHLtmen a tha Grand Jttr : Allltouzhat the time you were noti.lred of your selection as Grand Jorors a pnnted charge was furnished each of yisl. in which iikiiniciious are given yoa directing you how to prtvssed in your inuiry and performance of dury. aud bnedy deunirtg sucb otTV-rtsea as most IreqaeoTly ocrnr, tiie gnrat nomrtrr and tbe gravity of ibe oftetmes whirb will rome before yoo for your consideralion at this ter an ; tlie diverse sentiment prevailing, and the fear and excitement maiiiiesting itself in the public mind, make it eminently prots-r and neressary tliat 1 should depart from the usual course and charge yoa orally to-day. wi'h d mi merit and rxpianaiionsrHirpleruetr tary to tlte printed cltarnsr ; and prvf acing H wilb remarks oa Tour prorinre, duty, and respuastbilitr. in the nope that rou mar be the more impresrseti. and may lite better real ise tlte great duty and respousibiiity resting upon roil. A ptibiv rlianre beside insrrtictirig tlte jury has theeftect ttf enlightening the ptssie pres ent not only as lo tbe powers, duties and re-spcnsibiliiM-s of tite jury, but of guarding the people from ilanterof subyecting themselves to a criminal rhanre, by apprising them of their dunes, not directly or indirectly to ap proach a juror, or try to influence him for or gainst tlie findinrofa bill, or do anytliin teitdtneto in ter fere with toe free and init pendenl action of tbe jury, and informs t hers that sucb conduct, whether by jnJae. lawyer, r private eitijira, ia criminal, and aoojecta Ute ofl'tidev losespere psir.rt&rnmt. Yow have been specially choeen from tit bode of the county, and have been orgacix- d il.rfruifij (lrotl. Uitii by yhir fewrt.n a::d miFwlpm tiraiut J.ir ami ) on are !.. lilSrfM ..I tl: mart. r a timo. a are. kna-evrr, a a m;kf mutrnt IkIj - ""tW wtib grrai jer. and br.ieind ali pft dut' and rt'jwrtir.hiliiir. Ai :'.nfr i4 t!.e yn., nub t!i Jo.! e the I'.jiM Atiurnrrand utberaKomeva. & rr rtti .r : . ) . f., tl.A .nu.1 1 1. . . u.t .... v .... , . , ,,m, nv la.u .ii tbe tnaia. If yoM are !.. mj.T - formative T y.tr dunea. eort may im .tr'ayt-l a toit noint firl jaw ots rrrry bi'l t!. .1 i io,,n tt ua. 'r tnt d.ny t in make lr;nniry a-- rtri.is io t!ie ( .rin f l.a, by dinnwv wii iui n il vi;l : iS you in tvenH f-"'i. Bbniser there t niaaMe raw tor lore a petit it lrao- jury ft toe ollriw itol aotiJift him iu tbe bill of iiiut I tiir hi it an la ti t.:t.er tv&iita. A. B, tiieit. j t rn-nian." ly j-J.Jt noant wtrh a !-tte cf j If any jrr.v;i l j-imr hapjirnv M kiw that fans iin.vru t-rc roo a make it a rei- j an o m-n-. in-in-Jahie in Moa r--iin. ban len oir pnn:,7i.f.l;ofi li.at tlie aofUjii pir?y j rommil'rd williin ita jur:.hrtin. W rotncntiwt Hie onVriarchanrr-l. i boaod by his oa'h to matt it known to bia You are the ole tribunal before whom ! (eliow jumra, tH coarse bi o'h tWn nil the test of probahie rauve n raaile. You ait bind hirn to aotuae himseif. When Mich a in serrrt roanrvl, bound by tlie obligatimi of J eomm (miration i tna.le. a presentment ia a ml aoiemn oath, that at onre tvnfronta drawn no. Tbia ia JrHi in ordinary lan you with li-iiy arida fumre w.iri i aciiicum- j etugr. stating when, w!-e trni by whom ii-: yoa to irx(uire eorordme to the (mm of ! the oiTer.se waa oooiiu Jiej ; iu rajure and law, as rrrn vimi io thia rtiarev. and in mi ueh Uyti rs-frjv aa stutii be rodaoed ta f.re you. wheiber tbre is. or ia not prrjit:tt j ""J .'l .'"'" " "T1, i If I lie t oinruonvraiib faiia to escihii"li pn Jiahie rauae the an-nel H act free ; ! pnibabie raue ia aiuiwQ be ia put upon bia trial. If, on ti.e h-eal evulence belore you. tiib a rvajioiiaSte prMWimption that the ac cused rommiitt'd ttie ofleuse aniaht. it be come andia your duly, unler your oat Ik. to return a true bill, no nutter wbo theaccuwd 1 pa-y may be; and whet Iter belie rich or j poor, hitrh or low. or black or while. I.ut it no sorb presumption tf emit arises in any ar. tH-rv. w.juid lie no probar! can, and ihen it is yocr swm duly lo ig- nore the bill, no matter wbo the party may oe. In the disr-har"" of yoor duties yoa must a1 io.iri.'endefit of oti.Je intltience. and ln-d-rw"tvirnt of public sentiiuerit. Y'.ur consrw-nee are bound by a m t sol emn oath : you u in serret, a id alone bear the evidence. The public is not swoni ; baa not beard the evioence, and is, then-fure. incompetent lo xpTe au opinion in ad- l Tnce ni the rr.al. t o most not. there. .-e. oe giiiitn or ins ienro-i by anvthins vcu i n.-iv have beard or read. I J Y "a re sworn to keep secret the Com- i j ii.j.rii;i s inuiim, iimr itinivi inn your i j own. and this binds vou, br tit most sol-' enm oritiDii suiiti man can take nwm 1 himself, never to reveal anvtiutig you itave leartie-i as Grand Jurors exi-ept as iu Uie in- lerest of justice yoa may be legsl'y called up-in to tfi-sdo-s?. Yon cannot, without vio'.iting this oath, tell to any person, (except your feilow-jurors; what Las been oimmunitated lo yon by tiie proniitine atlomi-y, what was iesiiSe.1 by any wmH-ssi eiamitted bet.re you. or what was sjil or ilon by yourself or any mem'jer ol ile iirsd Jury whilst in your room. The oath taken bes1 disrl.ises your duty. Y'ou wree wi.m lo diiieently iinpiire and true prrsiiimei:t make of ail surtt man era as shall be given roa in rliare. or ot.'ierwise come to y.itir knuwieijisouIt sitting: that tee i.'ommonwealtn s eoni'sel, your fel lows' and vour own. rou would keen secr : i. .ai m wuiu prsern no ooe lorenvv. na- j ,-. mt woij!j j one unpresenteil U love, tear, tavor. arTv , reward, or any hone thereof. Itut that i - ww'? V" they come i,. ...hi a. ir.ru IWIC, l.-i.tjrUiU IU JirUr WSl I nnderstarHiimr. in your invesiigti.jni yoa are to receive legal evider-ce cniy. Tuereiore you must j perm;r r-r priate prosot utor. nr a private j counsel for either the prosexmuir or the de j fendant. or any ju.hje. lawyer, or private ; t-uizen to speak to you on thesu'-ject of ytmr investitra.titHi. The ten-lenry of such "arts would be to corrupt the very fountains of jusi are. j Yc,u mmt a)m fxcmh. mer, fition. j and outside rumors, reports and opinions. ; i;!'"es of the cn-libilitr of tlie witnesses. t oe i petr-uiiric .s.itomey. aione. is pei J jn examining the witnesses; be ran gi ) nnu-j lo re prcsrni ami examine or aid v- riivs toucinpg tne rrir-uati of duty under lue Jaw. and state the la, but he cannot in- teri'-re witn ymir nidcpcrVient at.iion. i He ran t trive you his opmiou on the pro ! priery of rinding or itmonng a bill : wheths-r ; a true bill shall he tVund. or whether the j I'oi shall lie lgnorvjd, you aiorte must decide. An ) it is imp-oj?r to a-k bim whether a I true bill should or should not be fnind. i Li your insiuiry you must oitt loose sight of the reht of ihe Commonwealth on Ihe one hand to demand tbit in the interest of i sisii-ty a ! crimes should be punisbetL And ! ; tne ngl.t ol tbe citiien. on the other, to be : rsror fmra an oreti and public arcosation I of crime, and from the trouble and exoense r., for an arrtiiVtin w essablisheJ by the hn-iiriar of a erand iury in secret sjon. The accusation ctjuirirt an or7V-ne is laid K'" "tTnd JUT in abiil of indictment. AO iri'l"rtn-lit is a sntftn si-sisrttriMt .iL-a irst nne or more peesr.ns, of a crime or n.;sih-nienor prs-rred to and found by a g-4-v- J'1 ' -'iore snrh arrtisatioii is fotmd by a grand y. ....j , ,,,, mn M lmr u w ta i-si a l.il) of :,. ,-tnient. When the Pn-eriiung Attorney hasdra np a b;ii of indictment and minded it lo tbe s-runrt 4. ... . I ..li.ii.. Ir Iua.w. Ult j,JIr ;( .hr mi? to' in- qnire eoncerping if.,, truth of the farts set fe,r-h l"e-ein. and lo ascertain bv all lecal mes'is wiierber the ottense desemtsf m toe bill has. or has not been conimitted by the jiesin i-na-eest wr.ti it. h h inquiry ia to be made or cniilnz the witnt-ssrs ii.e nairrrs are arrtnifrisi to or , f.msn ,.,min:s!rf, , ',Mh nT aliirmailon ti,at toe te-nmonr wiii. h tber woi trive. tomhini: the bit! or bills now un der tiie eon.!. Juration (f the rrand jurr. snail he ihe. truth, ihe whole truth, and nothing I but li.e truth. The witnesses are Ihen ex amined concerning anv fatts within their ' k now le-ie relative lo the subject-mailer of j me i-jii. If ihe Irsiimonr of ore witness satisfies you. tbe rest nted n be examined. Bc.t you must pnsve.! in the examination, either until you are sati'tit-d that the bi'i wight to be found, or until the list of witnesses is ex hausted. If anv witness, is prrwlured whose name j d -es not aj jt on the bill of indictment, yoo i w ill sead siu h an line info open mutt to be ! there worn, as y-i can only swear such as ' apnHir namnl on the bill. iiriore von find a bill, yon onttht lo he ! satisfied, from Hie en i ienre. that tlie offt-fise 1 has been committed by tbe parte arlisr?ed : fir V'.n are to say soon tout oaths aud sol- nations It is to be krp in mind that tlie investitra- j tion before you is altogether rs rr; that I it is to take such dirert.on only as IbeCom ; nionweu h's roun-ej rlreises to rive it, 1 I an-i that the drft-ndant has no r-ght to be ' present, nor to have anr of his winesses ; i neanl. Trie oi'tect of it Pi ascertain J whetfier the Conitnonwii'Hb can make out j snrh a a will jntify puttine the party j arrtised on trial. The Commonwealth, hav- inc itiese auvanlaxesi. ougtil to mare out a rieT n1 satisfactory esse before she requires 1 you to return a true bill. ' If twelve grand jourors concur in theopin i ion'ihat Itie caseis maileiul by t he evidence. ' it must be so returned. A bill can re 4 be found by less than that numier. When j there are twenty tnree. a bill may be found with tlte consent of bare ratijoriir; wtieo j only twelve, if nte a trite jury arenoi uaan j imoris. tlte biii mast be thrown out. i Wnen the grsnd jury oVci.le that the i bill stiail be f Kind a true bill, tne foreman j must eniiurse il on the twu-k as foMows : A true bio. A. B.. Ptretnan. If lite erand jury shall Is of a liiifrrent of.iniitn. and con sider the rharve not sustained by the evi-d-'M. ih fvr-m m en.l-ir-s tiiu-; Ntt a true buT, A. B . f r"-nsan." or " Itrmtraixius, A Ft. foreman." E-.ttier of these forms ia surTii-w-ritiy 'eal. In cases of feony. these are the only en dorsements y-u tan make; tlie exciutsive business of a rr-tind jury in such casrs being to determine whether it is a true bill or not a true biil. Bui in case of mis-lemeanor, tlie law re quires that wften you return a bill 'IirrKir atnus." or " Not a true bill. yon decide whether ii county or prosecutor shall pay the costs of pntsecaifon. To determine whether a hill is for a m's drmranor or a felony, you have oniy to ivxik to its rti'lorsemenl. The rroaeniting Attor ner has been direrted to mark ti-e wop! ' felony " on the hack of every bill for a mme of t It at grade, ami on such aa cliare orTr-nsr of tlie oilier class be will enirtrse the word "mrstiemranor.'' In all cases, therefore. whee yon find the witrd "felonr' on the bark of the bill, you have no juris diction over ctssrs, but where yon find it "misdemeanor." the law aitove referred Ii aiHi'-'es, and you must, as also staled, find whether the enmity or the pirttsccutor si.ail par the cosls of prosecution. When yoa think tlie ciwiMy oilrrlit to par t?. costs, tlie firm of !e ret am is thns : ' N'tt a true bill aryi tite countr lo par tbe cos's of prosecution. A. 11, foreman." If too wish to make tbe ppisecutor par t!.e costs, yon mar -Wiso in tbe following form (insertine: tite name of tbe prosecutor at the plane where the blank is leit- ""Not a true bill and. the prowrutor, to per 1 tm costs of prosecmion. A. B, foreroatt." Wbre the ttrwserutoT is found by the Brand iory to pay cite firsts cf prosecution, the officers are nquirs-d by law to tax four dollars to lie paid by tbe "preset-otoc to Ute county. Bat yoa tosr re'ieve bins, if rr,n Ihir.k firrtper. rum Uie payntent of these four A tilars. W ten rou intend to do ao this should be the form of your finding ; "Not a true bi'L and tbe prosecutor lo pay the costs of ptosemtiog. exrepc Ihe $4 to tb ooanrr. A. Bs, foremao." J Wltether the eciiiite r Ibe peiMw-ulur j iwxM lo ; iy in i. in m t -. a 1 aiimlun f..r th -ir ciiwivin.n 11 it .,nu . , tiam tbrre i . immu..r vKlitu !! nxuriine of thw U. htn h ar ail rar- tty put.i.o c.:f.t-r ta l(i liviar of Mbli.-!ii. where tun li.i.l lb.it t.i lw o. . ... .. .. .... I ... . ........ . . . . ; . i j t.n.i iiirumMj M liu: e.- i-i lfr.miliMi j Kom r;) of irwiit ttif nt have evel j d-nr,: that ! i.(rnii b riatrei t. I b,ive Vw nnmiiit iu avvi-n.1 .iiflmnt i way.v Vi-i rn;.- t.nrfit,e itn,i at bit b ti 1 think are prr..t. t. thrww wit i;i..w nun j vm Ixi eve are m t t.wnl by li.e evi- , drive Wbeti tr.ch a rase wnrr. the f..nn l'in; : true but aa t.t In - r.mf. an 1 not c chararter. aui tire witiieaara br whom it may ta? prnvusl. Xl preseotnieiit is tlen siimed by the to-irian at d rutu led to Ute Court. Afierwailn tie rriArrin r. Attor ney draws up a bill of iinhilment in Inral form, wiiKh is proceeded oa as ot!tr biiis. 1 be preaenlmetit tuuef 1 haed oa tocts w 'fim your own knowing. Ton it sworn to keep aerret the Com monwea'th rionel, your f'itoira' and your own, and this binila you by the nt sniemn oliliiration mhirb man ran take tijioo him self neverto reveal aoythinir you have learn ed as erand juripa. Yoa cannot, wiriiotjt violatinir this oath, teit to any person ;?icept yorir friiow-jnrorsi j what ha been pcirnoiiimrsted to you hy tlie j Pmserutisis; Atuirnev. what was tcsrined by , any wimea examined before you. or what was sni'l or none hy yoorsHi or any member of the grand jiry whilst m your nvira. Tlie fillowing are definitions of the of fenses which occur most fmpently. By re menrtiering that the ehanre mti-t be in ev ery case so proved as to brine it preci!s!y within the definition, you wii! 1st nearly sure not to make anv mistakes in determin ing w hether tlte evidence makes out a case or not. AS AIsSirLT. .-tis j s-Mimi ;m an aiienipi or oner io sir sea person wninmc tourning turn As . -., .. if. for instance, one lilts un to. raoe or list at another in a threatening manner, or j strikes at him hut misses him. or U.rom. a I stone, or points a gun at him r.tTTCET. " Battt-ry" is the unlawful beatir.g of an other. Every busting is not utiiaafui. A parent or master may .rve rumirrare nirres--Uon to hU child, apieiiiii-e or srlf iiar. A man may defend hnnseif. his child, wife, parent, master, servant, by beating any one wboatracks him. or any ooe of h:s re'ations, if suili beating be nersMry for their deierise. He may 'rVrend his jt-iHstrty in the astr- way againsi any f-nriole invasion of hu right to H. ati triet-T Is the fighting of two or more Tier-sons in some public pUce. to tlte terror of the peo ple. It is not an arfray if the righting be private- lis ni Is the felonious taking and carryinz away of the person-.! goods f ainher." You wii"l pertvive from trie deftrotton that: must be frlonioiisJT d-me; that is. ' 1st. It nth tlte t fraudulerit inentHin of eonvertine the gooris to the later's own use, and n-tt by mistake, onder claim of riht. or with intent to re turn them attain. ;ij. There must be a taxing, and merefore tite keepins: and con version of proj?ny which has been deliver ed to a party is not larceny, un!ess he fraud ulently obtained the poSTs-ssiou ,,r the pur pose of so converting it. S-J. T'ie gsls must be carried away removed from the place where they are found but the light est chanse of josition is sufhoent : tb re moval of a hair hnmlth maves tlte offense as complete as if tirev were carr.nl a mile. 4. N .me but rrstj-ial g tods are subjeci to urceny. t Is wltere sererai persons, to the minuser of ,i . v.. 1 . . . , . three or more, being asst-nibie-l !ogtIier. do ! an unlawful an of violence, with or without a rtirn mon cause ot quarrei. nirrtoI As- senioty. pa-sej isu,. extends It e mmimi , law by providing that where " three oraiore persons shall meet Pagetber with dubs, slaves, or other biirUtii weapons, to the ter- I ror of any of ihe nrvfui inhabitants of the j Com mon wen iih. and sbal corn ant. .r iie:gn ) lorommir. vioietK-e or injury ntsui ttie per son or es.is of anv 4 tiie said inhahitiiiiis, such persons shall be dremed ni.rfers. Liuxt-s Are malhititis drfaniation eipreststsl either in print or wriiine. or by s-rms or pictures, f a-ri. I r-.- allaap tt . ' stj-i-as Ka w aas l . t . -- rif nna whoisd.oripj.i-etlte re, utstion of or who is Bring, and therehv exts-se him to publtr hate. eomeniDt or ritiHsile. To make a publiratjin libHmis, if isn.st neressary that it siiotiitl ebsr-re an individual witb a enme. A man mar be held up to hatred and con tent's land niui-h more to puMir rid'cuie.. without the imp'itaiiofi of an irid:ci.s,bie of-fr-nse. There a-e r-a-s in whiiii tlie truth of the article will be a j'i.;in.sion ir pub lishing it. as wbt-re Ihe privserniitr is au of fi.'er. r.r a rani:dae foe a tmbiir olTlce. But neither this, nor a'lyo.ine eie wirlrh relates ; lo the .b-tViise. isn pnirs-rlv rome bf. ire Ihe rnind jni-v. and voir o-ilv ir-i-iirv mut t the-efore le: 1-t. Wsiheaniiie 'n qnes- tion pub'ishtsl by tlie defendant ? 21. Is it lllsrioilS rots-iEii CSBTT Stttr 1' XT VISES Is committed bv forcibly taking ai d kissp- lPir pesisfcss-. m of hinds or tei emeins wnti i authority cf law. X'llSlOS XI lSOt Is the il-iiii'z of a 1'iinrr to ti e annovan.-e ! of tbe Otmrntinwealtli-s ertiaen).. or the nee- j lecti ne to do a thing whic'i tiie pnhlic grmi! i n1"" iew oik ..os,n ;,... ,n ulf f..i :,c , highways, keepire distrclerir honses, bawdy houses, ganiitit; h-iuse, i.r irrrising a rt'ii sonie or nnwhiilesooie tmdr in a rsr.iiK.iis net.rhSorhiod are familiar examples of com mon nuisance. rtrjrET Is the crime corrniitte-1 where a lawful oath is arirainistetvti in a uiHii-rd pns-Msiji'g to a persiiii who swears wilifnliv. alisojuteir and falsely in a matter material to the issue or iint, M'.ar Is the fraudulent makit'iror a'teration of a writing to tlie jtrrjuittcw. of another s right. EtollIT Is Ihe off- nse of liavirg more lLan one wife at Ihe same time. Krt Ts iiavtng nr.lawfu! and camal connection will a woman by i forrr, and against her will. l f.HST. ! S breads and A bnrrlar is be '.hat by nieht enters a iiwniii.tr ittyiise wttlj intent to com mit felony, whit lit r the intent be riectited or not. H"hc in Is either justifiable, exfiisahleor ieionlous: 1st. Justitiatiie hoitiiri.te may lie o. assion ed by acta of iinavoiilatile lin.vse;ty. where no ahaifow of biame iau le attached to tbe tarty tilling by a. is d jne bv ihe prrmis awtu of the law ttr Ue a ivancerueot of public just i,re or where il Iter s-otes neces sary for tire i-rv-veniKio of sitre atrvs-ious enme. Jd. Kx.-ii-saiHe byirnioiie may be conimitteii either iir mis.lrnture or seif- deJefise. Ity niisavii-entiire, w !-re one is-fo- ina a lawful att withtiut any ioteniton of i bodily harm, and usicc ircautiitrrs lo pre- vent tunn. miforuiiaie;v hat'ivns to kill i another, t-ii'-detcruet"- ifK-Iudes 1 1te dtfense I "f one s proirerty and reiatious as mention r T l"' !L k .l i,, .... l t . I ... -- a t- i . ' j rr w ithout i sissunitntt I the nnlawfiil kiihnjof anoi tualioe. either expressed or implitsi. It niiy be ei ; tier voiautary. as aptm su hirn tiewt of passion prod-toed by grrat ppivoeaticm. c-r involuntary, in lbs? commission of some on lawfnl act less man te.onr. If Ihe killing hapten in the commission of a fcicmy. it is tuurtier. jfrTtta Is where a person of sound mind, mem ory and discretion. Bulawf'il'y kilieth any reasonable creature in bring, an.i in tiie peace of ihe Oorumenwea ib. with malice aforethought, either exprtsetd or implied. Ex'rtss ntaiise is whtreone kni ai.-other wiiu a dritttt-raie mind and firmed cita.-gn. such design belr g ev-di-m-ed br eiterr ai cir rumslaiices di-.ivenr g the inward inten tion, as lyinr in wait, aiitts-srrienr menances, ortstnrrried srfietoes t.i do ihe party injury. If tire oVs-jrn is formtd for a sincie instant, ibe orVnse is the same as if il bail resulted from tlte deliberation of a month. It is noi net sary thai li e taali. stouid be frit to ward the pany kiiit-t. If one. rvgani.ess of lit-aian life, tires a kuii into a crowd, Itte law infiei-s eenerai nial.te frvtm such depraved ic dinatntit i mischief. Wlien a person in tent's lo kill one man. and. making itte at tem4. kills another, the law transfers Ihe malice lo the latter. (Uf t irruro rt nw. This is where piere is no reason to believe, or al least no eviiV-rire. lo prove that tbe slsver. xt the time he etwnmitted tlte orfense. had ftny a tual intention to kill, but where the ntaitrv oecessanr to complete the cfTenee is cevert urless inferred by law from ottter drruici slam- s, Surb mar ire any deliber alei y cruel act commuted by the slayer agaiisM lite dereaisst. Thus, if one, without any reasons rile provocation and ia cn-id bbiod, beats artoti.er with intent to do hint serere per-sinai injury, and kills him. it is murder, tsu. if a persoo is ergaeed in as unlaw fai art. which rteressariiv tetri fo vio lence and bba-e-bed. and kills a fsrson, IrMHirb atiinreruionaliy, be ie beid nssimet blc for the cocaeq'jences of bis i-uedaci, and j b t'ierertT gni'iy of maMer. If kiii:'rs I t a; -,n in if. prrtnra.''R. or a!i to iMnu. .. t.. Us imimm j and Ur kiiler M the toankrvr. ! t?:Aj)fh b may not have uuefttVd ta pn- ! In Prunylvjinia murd-r t diri led into I Iwo iWr Hut wuii Ibrve a srraii.i inrv i i 1 i . . ... .. . ' j nan nwrt'Tij lo im. i: i i:ie lt.fie 1 :ie - traverw jury to Stu wbeilier it of tin tint ! j or am.nU dirree. j I In aii caxr tlim anjr d'OtniUy ariaen vmi J I lave a nsjht to aok li.e instruction of the j ! t nrt. nan otber fViea emieil h art f j Aaarmbi may be latM brhrm ynn. Tbe in- j i du-tiuent in auch raw wili tie (mnd tatat j rutte. Assauiia with intent to commit l.Hiia may I iaid before you : tiie indn-tmettt as lo turse will aurlicieoily define the otTi tc-r. Numerous rases roe brf ire lit grand jury upon returns of cor.sianles : an 1 when railed mi witnesses appear, in mequence of wnicb bills are ignored and costs put oo tbecoumy. If any such come before yoa at this ses sion, yott wilj. alter finding no witnesses, re turn to Ibe court witu the twi.a and a Maie ment that no witnenars appeaml. a.-..t rue t oort will then uk snrh a tiiw as will vin dicate the law and save the county from cntua, in canrs where somebody else should be maJe pay litem. Should yoo at any stage of your proceed ings nod yon need special inst rortkni, you ran liave it by askine tbr it in otsro court. Hot in no case can yoo make any imiitiry of : a juihre anywhere than in rrpen court, and ' nowhere Irons a lawyer or cttixen. At the close of bis charge JuIe Baer di- i reded the Wstrict Attorner to la what b:!' lie had beCtre the Grand Jury. The call of the Iiat of traverse jurors showed thl of the . emhty summoned, ail were present but ten. I After the call of the list of traverse jnroiM, J court a.lj-omed at 12 o'clock m.. to meet at ; 1 o'doet p. m. j rmjiv stylos:. Court called promptly at 1 -"iP o.cl-it p. ru. j Of the ten jurors who failed to answer lo ! their names at the morning session, tour re- j ponded to the roll call in the aftern jon. A Jir 1,-. rir., nurtik . ,T n.l a linn i ! was called in the case of the Common wealth vs. i.. ii. jtenionj. n in jumrs caiinJ, r. , : 1 . , (it ruiivs inn istirr snc r-:r-w irst j .1 i 1 1 : tr lectrd to ITT the I I t i - n I Josuih cwman, u. J. Girssnt-r, J. L. .Varices. Jor-eph Carver. Henry A. liatVr. , . " , , ... ,, ., Fhtneas Snyder, John . Beck. A lan) B. anaier, ji-l.tnas Ibristner, J. "A. ircnilar, Freeman Enfield, Josiah W. Pi'e. The Commonmeallb's counsel : F. W. Bit-seeker, pros, atty., W. II. Ihipprl. Vil. Hay. Counsel for the defense : Lsaic Hiifus ail 1 W. II. Koontx. Mr. Koontz sut-gealed that in view of re lationsliip bet ween the Judge and defenilant it would not be proper tor bim itlie Jmlze' to ait on the case. After some consultation the counsel fur the defense waived the ob jection. The District Attorney tjfiicd the ca-e hy staling that the defendant was indicted for i selling linrKif without license, for selling on I Sunday and to persons intoxicated, and mon t'han onpe ,h, ,, oisssrriKion. i The testimony of the witnesses was in srtiu- stance as follows : Jas. Houpt. Never bought any ii'jsor from Benford. A piece of carpel was ex thangeii for liquor. Traded no bottles. He gave me a drink last week. Never saw ai.r one buy liauor from him. j tiro rye Bhowds. Saw a half pint of li'pjor ' sold and paid for. Saw Floyd N'ihizer gt j whiskey. Saw sales made to diSerent ' paities. Saw physicians and others par for j whiskey. Saw parties get whiskey within j the past two years. Saw So! rhi, j. w. i Patton. I)r. Ecilers, Pr. Bell and others get j 'liquor. Saw EL Benford get a half pint and i . ,, . r. -. l pay half a d.llar. Don t remember anv one ! j petting on Sunday or when under the intlu- ence o liquor nor never xnew any one to gel more ttian once on same prescription. Im crosrs examinatitia be said that Mr. Benford is a registered physician. The j-ar-ties thai procured the liq.ior always got a prescription. Got tl-eul from Dr. lietifor.l. Dr. En lers. Lr. Biesecker. Ac N Never saw j any one get without a prescription Jacob Milier Got no whiskey from IVri- i ford : got only medicine on prescrrotktn j KDOW wn. kinj . and -T;f.: couIJn ' a' bctiM ihm ! liquor in it or not. WU Charles Countryman Got tnedict-ie. for asthma from Benford last fail; paid 2.3 cents for it ; Don't remember getting it at any other time. Got It at the Dmg Store. So! lhl G.g Whi-ker fmra Benf inl on prescription ; g.jt it on presrription 5mru I'r. Bhoaiies and Dr Belt Couldn't tell h&w often. Got it on Sunday on Hsrrt tni. Hail no understanding with IWnf.nl. Got whiskey mixed withother tiiinin when with Uolbert and others; sailed with b.srr.uth. parsgijric Ac Never got any wheu intoxi cated: Never got more than on.-e en same prescriiition. Cntss-xamiiiation : Never ! ei.it anv straight whisker nor anv excel -t on ! f , . stra.jr!.t whisker. ! J. W. Patton iktt 'quor on j ;ption "' . compound on one or two octagons. Never got any on Sunday Oa crjes-examiration .1 : r- . . ' si. O ' . : ne testirtt- tliat the prtstcnpiKtiis were '.rem ! regtilar physicians. ! Geo. W. Sajlor. Never got any li'ior from Benford. and was not positive about, makinz any bargain to tra.!eca-et on whis key. I look bott'es and gave them to Ben f'pl; can't any I got anything for them: never got any liquor tnra him: went down to get a prescriptioO frm Dr. Benford. but be wouldn't give me ooe; gut one f-om another physician, but hewouldn t till it. August Enders. inst liquor from Benltrd for medicinal purposes. Nevr on Sun. by. Am a practicing physician. Got il for uietii dne: Ihere were other tilings with it. II. II. Zimmerman. tiot a pre,ralin I and paid 15 cents for it. Got same coni ' pound on Sanilar. Saw others eet miatures and par for them. On cross-examination said : Saw op!e get mixtures, but erttildn't swear there was whisker in ihem. Alwavs : gig on press-nut ion. iixtt st dilTemit times on Bercftrd'a preacriptions which were al ways verbai. Henry Fisher t liquor Iwice. t pint each time, tor my wile; got on prescriptkin BenArd gave me whiskey ami some bitter stuff once when I was sick. Got il alrrays as medicine and newer saw any ooe rise get there- G. S. HoiJerhenm. Several vimes when sick I g' pre)raiions from Benforrj; Iir. Bell gave me tbe prescription once ami then loid lietiford lo give it to me for my di-ase: got same preparation on two or three Sun days, but only for medicine. tm. 'tuttert. at, parlies gr-t stntf at I-enford s bnt coul.ln l what it was : got j n-ver jsjt on Sunday ; there are a great nutir things n a drug store tliat look like liquor. A. C. HoiVrt. Saw Sol Chi and I'r. P--'I I get liquor of Benford, ami got il niyseif ; I got it from Nor. 3, Ist7, to 12th of February lss ; got it frequent y ; paid for some and I had part charged to me: my whisky bill j was $10; some other articles bought and ; chargid that would reduce it 02 or $3; it Handsome aii-w ii siik-tir.i.'.r 1 IlrnrMta was principally whisky that I got: a few i Cashmeres, from ic to 1 a ya-d. limes on prescriptions from Pr. Bell and j XJcs. a. E. L'ui- Lr. Rbnads ; raw Vhl and others cet what they called a dee ; it was whisky witb i Ladies will timl it grew;!? their ad van. sctnell.lrg dropfaj in il : saw Thl ret oa I aie lo etwne and see my iar : . k c.fM.i taB0ar and I helped drink it. On cross-ex- I !i"l'r7 psJs I fore mak.ng ilteir j urcLa-rs. aminatkm be said: Was drinking all the! M-T ' k ,,,! lTrs- pricr iow-st. and time named; was Mr. Benf iri s conn-sri al tlte time; may have told Jacob Fleck some j tilings that led to svibjst-nair.z some Bit- j nesses. inai was nrotignt oat oy r ei atuting for infitrmation about rvnsrat.le'a retnrns- inay bare given my own name as a witness, ! bat won't say positively. C. F. Raoads. Never got any whisky of ' Benstrd; -.erer saw others get any: got i mixtures, snrh as qninine. i Sam net Eed-eJ. Never got anything fmm ! Ber.foid cgfjer than mixtores as medl-.-ine j for myself, when wet and chilled didn't I taste like whisker, it was better. Peter Heffter. Saw Jtr. Bark ley get some i kind of a mixture; got whisker and quinine j for myself when sick. Em man nel Haas. Never got any whltker straiitbt. but preparations on Portor's pre- tcriptiotj; never got any on Sunday. I Bow Bird. Nerer got any whiskey fevttn 1 Benford but atroe mixtares prescnited by a i phrsician for wife and child. I Augustus Kubs stud he got whiskey at itecnira a aoa vuier uangs in u oo iir. Bii" -rrst rijdion, rouUlu t My wl.at was ia tlie loe. Wm, Kf :i--r liirj sworn l." yoiini; .iar.,':H;! J4 3 no : arjTi'-n a-M a lr.itrd. bt.t n'Ui. t k'.w i.a: ".i.s tn it of who prt-;virT-3 it. Coiutnoiiatal'.ii h.-re r-t-!. Tl.e iV-fri-ie iLTrreii tlco.-vi f-f C.H.rl t- slniw Ciart 31. IW'i f..rd t a rt-r t'aily r-ii' b-rwl pT.j.i i.ti:, a"s.i. P:.armc-'.'irsi dr:i Catelitil in i a ri-Bi'eTvd i'..' -T.. tlolh sdrri;ft-d h? the l.'...'i.-t. Mr. Brr.l d tlien !-"l5.-l 0;t his hu-;. ess is rh-it of fin.'-:-t a:.l ; !iv:r ;.in. sail! A. C. Uo.'larrt was b.s ivj.il : 1-av-i.ifT tlie entry taade that he is a r-'tt'ar hy aician. Sever sold H. !-.;-i...r 'r.i,-'it. t-.it oftrn gave him drinks ; arfe.1 as H s r.i:y.i- t-iaa one year, he often came to rcy swre ci"m plaining of jali.s and asked for com pounds. Ite never pai l me. never sold lie nor within two years except on peesrrpuon. Nerer tra.lr.1 whistry tirrarfsrt or bofjes. It was ha fpa-4: Eieociork when t'-m last witness irrt i!m stan.1 in li.e Bernard case and it will 1 argued T ur-iay ni.ini:;. The jury wa therefore d s. l-ir.-n! f .r Tj: ilj. an I a jury si railed tor the next rase. RE PLFVtW or : LTV. The second case cal'fd was thar of the pei-.f.!e aiaii.st Henry Mcjei-s. lUnry is a youth f swrre twertv-three vests: of mre and was ! indicted for stealing an axe from itis eruploy : er. Geurgt H. Lsmiiert, of S;i-ir township. He plead ei.iity to li.e soft im;.-a. hmer.t and under oaiU nuJe the f-iiiowing stitement : "Mr. Lamherrowed me mid art eld man told tn tii take Lambert's e. whKti 1 txeitght I had a riht to take. 1 did not thick it was wronit." Laniei Lair testitied tiiat Jie knew thede fendsut trora a child and always liiocjbl he wss honest. Mr. Lambert test:tl-rt tliat !4f oweii Meyers some nainey and was will.r.j toiaybim. Meyers worked for him ai! 1 iivsl hin tire fli.ll- wKn 1 m t..V ii.. . . J jt- Marins I.-s.ir"w-ii liir . ".-d fvr-s sl it &.11I..1 Tii st O. .'.. A Per hearing the above trst-nn m v J-t-i-e i ... , . 1 senten ri uie iietenuanl to pv a 1 i.f 1 iherr-sls ,,f i.r.itj,n r-.t 1, I . . . . .. imprs.-iitirnt iu tlte entity mi for a period 4 . ' ; The next cae ca'lnl was one in wi:-. h 1 Thomas Hi-ir and M;crse.i lsierirk are I iniiifrd for hreakins ots-n a car on the 11. A i ii. Bailr-md. r.eur Salisl-riry and stral:r- a j pane' o-.'cai. iy and peanuts. The d-!-ti-J- ants are bt.ys of trom twelve to iiitem y.-ars 1 of a. Tlwy ha.1 no cr-onsel and I he court j appointed J. G. I '.-le Esq , lo dtfrnd them. A jury was etnryiiiiielled and a motion to quash '.he bill of indictment was ma.it- and overruled. The rase was opened f y the District Attor ney, who sail that the deirndants. alter breaking open the car and taking the articles named in the ind-.'.-tnient had run away and were captured by the constable. The court then aijourried fcll i.ii o'clock Tuewlar morning. u:li "i.rfvri. L'uriiie the after-toon tin! Grind Jury re tnme.1 "atrie b-.ii'' in tbe ftiiowlni- cases: II-nry Mryers Ijirceny : Jolm Mown- f. 15.; Thomas Hierand Miciioei Ib.-den k j Statutory B lrgiary ; Caroline Durst As I saillt and Battery. j The prhahiiities are that tlte rm'jcrjtr j nnrilt-r case will be called for trial Toesdar i afierniin. Cood Common Sense Read This. We learn something new evrrv dv. either by Trading, seeini or hearing. We leam i most ty hearing. Ta j W.f friends met the J tiLlter liar, and this is their conversation. Their names are Mike ar.d Kisk. After Mimi i ing bands, and talking ai-ut lite l-a.ir:ful I growing westber we are bin in- ib.s spring. ! Me. Fi-k say. ; j " By the war. Mike, have yr.j lt.ii-hi : your Spring clot bim: yet ." M:kesays : " Yes. I wits in .-'nirrset ia.-t , meex arid bou-ht .uii f ,r tm of the Itovs. I j went all over town, and then went bark to j the oi l rtiiab'e pla.e at J. It. r-ny-icr s ar.d j bo'iir it. Some of tbe other wen t.arits o T. r ' eil to rive me that K thmw in a '. of stu-T ; if I W'tuld buy a suit ftr !'.' and over. j Weil. I found I could buy the same aoit Iro.-n : J. B. at they ak iio.'si for. That t would be pay ing $,' .s for ;!,e thnt in, an 1 j what they throw in is at n:y estimate wtin.'i i from ir cenrs Uijl.(i. We'!. M ke. I hive ! nia je it a nth- tLat wtien a mrrx-hant otters ; tn thmtr in a K of staff. I drni r bur. ft J 'l-ls rest-on : If a merchant is selling Irs I ; r"ls at a rea-oriuD.e profit be can; tnn.w I anything in. Bu! I see how ea-y it is M ! mark g-io-is h gh ertoiiirh so as to o.tvrr the ' throw in. and ::! get a iri ".fit. T iat is i my eiperier.t-e exa. t!y, F.-k. aud tl.at is just ! exactly what Snyder told roe. and I have found otit for a certainty that ifyo't vrant a gasl sni: of cl-.i'.lirs f.r y-iurstrif Ls-vs. or arirtiimg m tt. canwt line. 5nr lr i u t.ie I i place to gsj it. I hare no dViuut. Mike, sonta j oftheothr mrrrhants 'm Si.rmrrsrt wu-l.l : e:ad:y give in a few d iila-s' w.Ttii of stt.'T if j they could se'l their olil clothes that lliry have hal on Land fnni fve to h.-n yrars. Siiyder says ai.y suit he has on band mf i two years he will sell f-r half price. Then I for the other half he will t.-.l me one half- j d'Orn iimbrr"a-, pt krt:teiks J nr.'r ' need iiits for th.niti of my is-vs itii. string i an.i 1 am joing to J. i. sni Jer s I r 11. More Truth Trian Poetry. Grtrer Yoii-ht has conie to stsv. Tl.e rvs-sn; why is ju-t this wry. H trade im-rea-es with ear fi tiay Becanse h p.L- are the le-t. aii say. Coming. On its own Special Trains of .0 cs-s Biri.-est an-1 Btst M,m mi Earh ai.d will exhibit at Somerset. We-liit-iay. June I.th The Old ri iat. ie Show ...f J ,i,n -lw.;r.s..u s J G-est World's Exprtsitn.n Roman H:p',.- ! drome, 3 Mt-naiji-ries ct-riibliir-i, 4 r'rr'1-rs, j given in 4 nags, enormous elevated s'n,-f. ; and trained ai.irnais. Employing i.vrr l.on i mm. w-Kiten au I hnrst-s. A rneria.r-r.e of 1 i carved anrl gilihsl taes. cirri'ainii'g over I I.-' rare aPtl cnstlr anrtr.a's. tl.e rnnsruni I is complete with worriers: the giant borne. '-caaw..Dsx- noises, part i, ,rse. part cam- : ! ei: me i.hk petque: ine man wuo iniannei:s ! '. his sister with knives and hatches. jani nrtaxiiKWJ. . beafifui rhudrtr, nl 'r hrian-. prisrrs in all the taiifT:--. rin,iarTTjnii Ki barir. f-anir! an-l ..-j;Ti:f rarf. Te fanny Ciown. b;:rnw tinii.-y. piiT. sark an-i wh-Trrarrtw ra. ! whi. h are gi.en 4 rfnrnian'. rs at 'oe - i.d I to ! the same time: one ring leirs ilevot.,1 ' lady acts, one rirc eitrlnslrrly for nti f-r-; j formances. one nn usei-l ort'.y l y forviin j in whi' h nn-.hifg hut ' stars, snd ore ring :ti ' chiltirvsis fir-rs are s-it-ti I street parade i ll ij seerj i ..-Siiirs a'i.1 ,-t-i.s. ; I 31 lanots. I J k infis of puis, .-. svani ca,l. is.. . sitsira or mn. pony la..y bi-csc,f s.i l"t' pori its. trim ming ai.d work of the ls-st. ITss. A F, '"hi Fine Iiresrs G.na'iaras. C cents, at Mrs. A E. Fh.' s. Wanted. At mr fartorr south of Somsrset. V'i i.i pe.un.Is. if wool, fr which I higltest marcel cash price, J .-nt H. aili r the , (j i i K IXTVXJ "' Murders and Rotber.es. The Mar ferta of the Somec-i erlirtinaJ conn will be the great- in The h rrrjr o'. Somerset couniy. Justices vf tlte Trace. Cn- i stabivs and Sup. rvisors will find Bi-m's Jns- j 'ice, Ctnsrab.es and Supervisors Guides, j Isaeds. Leases. Summons, and all kiciis of i I-ee-u Blanks for sa.e at Iishers r.k Store, j At Filter s Boot Store only, ran ytiu oliiain I t?te full fi'c.stratr.i rerord and arc-, tent uf tbe i lerrihle Cmrrrzer niarder. the fearful Y'oder i n-boery and the awful Sosulis dc:ii:e trag ' edy and Langirg. ilail orders cavrtfj.j at- j tan oed to. j i In the Recorder's Office. Dls Rccrded Warriaje Licenses Issued. MEr Si'itir53. I n -r i-'t r-iM.rt The frriUiwirg disnis D '.he R."Ci.icier Lt- t-.-rti oti record '!!! e : ih i.iriiry to I'rtl Bowser, property in M ;:'ci I-.wr.ii'; cirt.siiirratiim. a'i.'53T-i:. j n.jii l"-jrky to Jvhn P-iner. prii;smy in ii.iforii l.iwn"i 'ti; rrtisiilerati-tn. $J.Hi:. J. hn rnirirf ar.d others la Joseph Saylor. t-jwrr in VI l.'ird toWBabtp; consi. j ii.:u 0.1.S.J5. J au pb C. Lichty's Executors to Joseph J. j isavlor. pr-peny in Mll&rd township ; con I sideraiion J-l.iVsJ. i J)sc;.h C. iyu to Jlahion M- Savior. ptsi.-wrty i;i I liorj township; considera I t..n 5- ''. ! jsi.-uaei P. Vller's E use a tors to Susan i V.-grer. pmpertyir. S;imicit township: coo j Si'lt-na'ion. j ! Catharin,' Kntiff to Johnstown Water j Crmitany. pri'r-ry in rs.rferset artdCarabria ; ft. unties , '.t.isidrration Sls'- j W ilisrn A. stahl lo Johu Marteeviy. prr.p- I erty in S r-ierset t"Wnsh-lp ; crmsideratkin, 1 1. Ne.'st.-n B. i hrlsiner to Oswald Miller. ' j nrry ia Mii6.r'i t-.wnship; cortsiderm I lion S-'-". WtRkH-.E LU rsj-KS ism rt. Sa-rne! If- B.iv.1 and Edith Pull, both of ' il..fk'rd lwt ship. tMiirKirnxxn. Prop r-.es sold ty ti.e aer.rY Pircltasers and tne aaioiinta paid. soer rT MMilltm dispuscii of the several ! pn.pert.t-i, ailveri:-d in 'he lliasm for the j I ust l.nr wei-lis, at public sale in front of tiie I '.-urt H tune Friday afternoon. There !" g'i!y"niiiTiber of peoi.le in attertsl- ai."-e ar.d t:.e bid i.iig. at kturs, waa quite '. sp-rited. ; T'ie first property o.Tered by the crier. ! John A. Walter, was two certain lots of grrind . West sali-bary bor-tugh, the prop- i erty of J. S. ILailclirTe. They were knurkeii j .!on ll-nrita KjafrlifSs on a bid of '. Aii t.ie rghf. ti.le. interest and claim of i J.'hn W. K-s.n"z. of, in and toa certain farm situate in Jrmner lownsbipand containing i lo.'. arrrs and II perches, was soid to J. J. j ilariit-ls. of Jem er town-slilp fir Vss OM. A trai-l fi li. d ii Brijl.iersvaey town- i the property of K.i-s's-tii and Henry 1 li Al l'atl.er. f a I ttlecver 3 3 aires, with a t MW-ra-ll hereon, was sold for 4l'.t " Tbe ; -..r, l,i-. r was Kl.littetii Aitfather. j A farm of 1.'.") acres iocated in t'.latk town- sl.lp. tite i rtr of amaei Swarner. waa soid for jl. The purchaser was Harrison nyder. Anothar farm in J-ri-pcrtv of Samuel 5 ilenrv Marker farm. Black township, the wamer. known as the containing lc. acres. Mas kii'-cked dr-wu to J'jsiaii Woy. of Som erset t., lisi.ip. on a bid of JltJS.Mt. Two Loii-ss and hits in SomePiet tKirough. the i pijrty of I harles Hoffman, was soid I t Jacoo S. Picking and Washington Mega Lan. for e."i.and $2o respectively. J. C. Wei er t ho'je and lot in Meyersdaie ls.MM.gh was bid off by Joseph S. Miller at J-i .! John Darr's it.tensit in a hou and lot in 7-on.erss-t burouh was b-jught by James L. I I'Jtiii. I,.-) . the pri.e pai-l being IJto.'O. Tnres Wivas In Four Years. C.tT'.v. ii.. May r-. 1iaries Braiey. alias lb irii-s Eilis. wanted he-e f.r Ugamy. was a-rrst'-i! by Mur-i.ai i Gentry at lrw:n. Pa., and lr iiii;iit to Cariton List niirht. Braler is a I'.rsilciiie vrriilrr ami has bevn ihrh-e mar- r r.e.1 m four vears, ie lu-t time in lanlun. it. r'ts.-rmlsrr. wiien he married Mrs. Louies? l'li-nri, a wealthy lady, and deserted ber for an'H.nr w.juian wulh whom he was travel ing Worn arresttr-L Trie " Dn.k siiake 'Las been a long time i'i rsx!.iitg S-.n.crsrt. tut got here al! tbe Kiiue. an 1 is d ung a '.hrivirit- busiiiesa. !a- of , :!.erf ill klii-Js and famishing gotls -Jirks, jewt-ity. such as was hes, ear anrl linger rintrs. gooil and H xttlit's. a;. The Umoerger Murder Case. Will hrlug the ia.-.-r-t crowd of people to S-'ri.e-srt tlut has tor been called there by a Imir.ai court. Many of the farmers will rtaut to buyt'i'rlrs-im-nerzroceries while in town and will go to Vonght's for tliem. be- auw ih.y are iis...utriy sjreof getting the i i'on-est and t--.'irst gs"is. Nothing has a I a'l.T to utroiiii- musty at this esiahibhroent -t"J if 1 sV-'til I we would out impose on "ir c-.;-'.o:u. - iy srliln.: it to them. You Mustn't Oo It. At t.e rr-rent session of the ieg-slatare the lowing bill was pased lo prevent infiu--n-:-irg voter, in an improieiT manner al the st-s ia eitj- on on tne l.ith ol June: z ny fsrv,in who shall give, or pmrros i : -r io i-ve ?o an C'ertrtr sny nionev ! -si-r; i.rrri,r v.t-i: It C'nsi.'rraiir.m for his ' V"r at 9 ?r i ,-r:;.,n i.rid for the fJintnse of vo-,;. tlT n-i ap,etiu.rnt to tlie const. tution. 1 I . r any o'r.er p..bt:c parsaar. or for with- I i .i. i-i't.-r r ir srtrj.e. or wtm stia'l gtte. or t'sinii-e totfire. suvh mnsiiferation io any ..t.;r-r j-rsi..u o- par-y i.tr -urh eiertor's vote, j .-r lor tie w'hho.ibng tnervstit and any eier j t-.rwfr-t -tia.i rts.' f rr a.rree lo receive for j 1ms f or for smaller any money, reward - roti -r valual.le :-i'Tisi-iersti.ni for bis rote 1 at sui ii il.-rti-ui. or for wi'lihoiding the s.t-ne, sria. be triii.tr of a mis-ieroeano anl I n;.rn .sTivu-tim iherenf .haii par a line nut i i-r.,vt-ri.;iiir one thousand d- ars ant! nndenro i.T.i-r.s.innic'i.1 not exceeding one year. p, rs.lO f W'SlI, .11' ii at M-s. A. Cotton, and E. Chi s. lt me I-) you wl.at near'r evevHrs,r srnws alr.:y. Ti.at the 'er!in Mart ie '.V irk- ; the iist place to buy monuments and t-iii.iot-,ir,rs B. II . Koo-rrx. wV'anted, More Room. M rruk-" Ps.-m fr r.-w p-iL. xhmfjn I -..! t'-ur hun-i-F-i fair of Itoots ail i, rs at cr, d'lr.'.'.z f surf. FxtYK SHITLaU. Salt Fish. t .ii.iiii'v of sail Mai kerei. by d-'rn or kit. at C. B. V.iriiWTs. Ba'-r ''si ar.d lUibv I'resises in great va It'y. a: Mrs. A. K. Cin's. Hew Can They Beat Us ? 1 TVy c-i-rt do ii ' N so im; as we keep !i- frrs-.esr, i bires: and claprst gperies in -siir.r-s. te iVtn I want percent, i rti t-ve'y sjie. hut are willing to share prcifit won our pa"Y'iis. Thai's tiie why and wlieTefore of our suisv-and the reason our store is sisays crowded stub cnstonteisi. C. B. Yoi -HT. i'r runny our tl.e (i.'.r-.-is- iti .ii 'y . w:;: ite j.ir nds of tite Hrrii.ii thrttugh iirt have beett urr; us to r2 tbe Mar term of trart. Irani that we have cocd--.r dr. re. -r-l I' fv lit, Jrr.l to irral Low Prices Predominate A; the li--.iiojtav Sitoe St.ore. I will prove it n' you rail d urirg Conrt wetk. I n-it StiivLxa. I-r-e I ur-a.ro tt cerits np. CuCain srreen, Ma. A. E. ru i: ;o t. v wi.' -,1 vi.ua fl prireiiit forhov 1 , ... , , " 1 years r.f are, a! fir', reduced frovn J f-l "". a.-t 12 iu iS years, red'iced from Vt.'O j " k Warp Cashmeres and Silks, ar and cheap. Mm. A. E. lni Winffrf; H drs, an,l Furs, I ill pay the highest i cash tsrs ail kiwis of hhles. Belts and furs. I a:o want Vi cords of Eork ak and sprrire bv-k. paj eorda wanted at once. Cail on sne my residence, imrrtvli aieijr west of Lis i. si C. Station. EG Piliabory'a Boat XXXX Fiour. Ail f.'Hir cor.talne.1 in pa k -js w -e-v tv .s circular ra tnnd is msiie f-o-ti ri-e i .s----rst Selected Hard M-r.neso'i and i-a.--a S; "-g Wheat in liie famous lYisi,irv il I.- si ' u eapoiia, MiuDesma. a:i :s t:r.ui-J.d PlM-tr vrr s BE-'T XXXX M Illlteat'oilS. M rill. These mills sre thnss in n'rir, w;:!i a cafsv-ity of in '' rtarrvis per .Jiv. or i.-r 3'ii' oj barrt-ls p y-wr. Tt tis-l tlir-e mills rtsjrijrssi fSi an b :s'-ls i f wi -at annnaiiy. Our Pti.!srv A mni I tite 'ar g st iwtascity of ay mill in tire anr .L r-'ii-suming over Z2 hu-heis of Wiieat per .lay. I: is supplied with tbe bst mas hlrsr-y kri-.v. a to the milling lra.le . no expense has been spared to insure perfection in a.l ica-.s. and ii ia the moat perfect and costly mill un ;e globe. W fxti-antee oar " lllshn-y s Ee" t j be the cheapest Cotir made in trie United Slates, taking all its qjaiit.es into arcoiint. Il will yiei i from a.! to 00 poan-ls nv.'e bsxd to the barrel than Sour ar.aie fmra winter wheat. It req litres more aioistttre ;t mixing and the bread will keep tweet and moist for several days. It is also tbe txtoat nutritions ainl hesuthy. as it is absoiuteiy pure, nothing but '!. chcicest bard sfnng wheat being used In its manufacture. Minnesota and I-ai-.-ia wiieat has tlte largest proportion f g'a;m ar. 1 phosphate of any gnwn in t A n"intry and by oor impnved new Roller Prises we ex tract from tbe wheat all iu n jtrit.ous quar ries insteasi of letting titern go into the ir.fe rior grades of fiocr aa is the case under 'he old prorrsa of mdlicg. At lite same time this rtVur will make the whitest. !. elites; l.: of bread in the world, being at once the tst. healthiest and cheapest sour that can he used. Soid only by J e-ltu KtLLxa. Somerset. I a. These two items from trie Be-i;".'pi tia':r Somerset makes some preteiit.ons as a summer resort, but we very m-icb fear that people in search of peace and q'liet.nests w.,1 not find the old town to be just the place they are looking for tuts seastrn. We move that N-nier-rt county lie male a seisirate jmiictal district. Mie is a!-ie to fnr nisb as mucb business as one j-id,--.- can at lend to. To Our Nwlghoors. The quesiittn .s ofLen a-ael t y our T- ,:h bors 'Where. I wonder, can 1 iM a pure stimulant V It is a fact tkat thre is si a"-e-ly nxif nrsler which you cannot rind a stimulant of some kind. Old fss-jle pro long life with it : sick people hare it to sus tain life: well pe-tpie rosy and do us ! to make life more enjoyable, but where will we advise our readers to bur it? We lean ' frJm the roost reliable sou" that Max Klein ia on of tiie mors popular and re spected d'.iaetis of this country A: his borne bis won! is taken uaiiea.taiiiig y. T.i bim we can cheerfully recommend our read ers for anything in lite liquor line. Ke autiioriaes iis to say that for $1 you ran buy ooe quart six year old rye. or six quarts for His "Silver Aje " at il r qua-t is without doubt tftst best wliLsairy known. Send for price list and complete catalogue. His adilresa is. Max K ein. Feileral St, Allegheny. Pa. X'vm r.- Literary Notes. J-jsvph Jeffi-rson shows tl.e cti..-a-rer-lsi . s of many other geniuses in being dissatlsrnd with the reward which fame has r.ven tint. It is know that iieorge Eiliot desire-! alsire all thintrs to be a poet ; iteit e entnstt-a ins reputation to h sctentitic disroviTi-s : I harles Beaije was pptuiiesl of his drains'.. works, and FrerJerkk the itreat w-uid hae mscritictsi ail his military reputation to ha-e been Uie anlbor of an ephemeral novel 1 1 the June number of Tie rrenvts'ju't "it . . lara Hoeea Balloo. describm a v. sit to J-.eepb Ji fTtTTson s Louisiana A a-.: a. -irj the impersonator of "Hip" in h.s stu.i o an I menfioriS that the great art.tr regrets t!:ar he did not derote bis talents lo painting, to whirh art all his leisure, amonnting to s-x months of tbe year, is given. It is retrain, however, tliat such a feeling is panii nabie n ooe of artistic instinct, who is suTP.''.m.ied by the gorgeous bayou scenery which en closes bis home. Apropos of this, it wi.l he I noticed in Georire !ub-ar Montgomery s art;. c.e upon the Players Club, in N-w Yo.-. which is to apissar in the same numSer "f TS ''-aiiiayt.'ia. thai referrnte is maie to one of Joseph JerTrrsrin s paln'.ln.-s. wl.rt n is a ciHispicaous ornament in tiie rea.1 n j r. ..ra of that handsome dramatic shrtie. Fast Colored Hose. W cents up. ,i. Gioves, i5cets up. S.Ik Mitts. J-. up. Mas. A. E. I in. Lost. MnSal.intay afteniiein on tl.e .t-is-i Siraerset, be'wren the S-,rn-M-l IL. .r Mrst. M. M. TredweiTs store, a p id late with a single setting. Tne f3--Vr will reive t- by ieavina it at t'.i-s nrf.re. Announcements ! -FOR THE- Jlnz Republican Frimariu. -TO BE HELD- SATURDAY. JUNE 22, '89. Yftl W.U fisrT-a sl , TV p. laW? hr tViif.WV, cm isnvr-n - -n-l'iiar f-r i us" K. -LL. W31, Jf. IIOCUSTETLEn. or suaxasrr a-1 ,a. ssibo-s; to tbe r-iinn sf tit a-ary K.rs If st , to tie ire ft saiurlat ;sii-: r-sn P-i-Jmt ism aT-FuR 4s UIi Jl Is,F, J0IIS II ZlilMERMAS. iis-t v :h 'If-- V--n t1t th R - i - sxaA'-J LttMi, tav U br'. ""kxU UrltJ. J . j .- X I ' "J. GEORGE PILE, O; ) r,-sr- 'n xYy i.-' .! rtsf K'l -i .r" WILLIAM COLLI 'XS, o? - a i r rr rr'S-.H.i- Si.l :r in The iterisK'n of te f . ;. isn j aiary t etrwi. to be rteid SaltirrljcT. Ju il. -' 'ft MsTR!' T ATT iKN KT. L. C. COLLOP.S, Knh;-t v tar U-i"fm orf th Rs-t-'t'." na j KWnisa. u V b-;i itirdy J . Is-'t. rrfB M-TRi'T ATT 'R5KY. J. t LOW UY. mrj tifjfYfi. it Ur bent -"aitrrw-j-T. j-rr . i FREDERICK WELLE R ft snaresrr rr s. k , s. l--t Its the tee(si.f the f-a:l' -sti r- . snarv Fter-noQ. In te iet4 stsn.iMi , ,re ir. !. Tstanaive tsiv f-i-n.i wV. i-..i;T 1 ' s - vltr 1 Beirnnri l.r. -t.t t-s- e... : i- f-r mt.f a. raa Ute. at l r.am. . it Uteir stipfetn. Very Itespest'-v. i Kxi-ar ( W i i : sn. riiii isgta pikk. Tva. A LEX A SDER CO t'.V TR YJIJ X. or sttsUf-rr nss-s-e'r n iureuno. ss ae a ai aiuriv. inor -: r s. rrciei rrnm mhe-T"R, Ca7a rscz r n. lzlkz y, or soarxaaart Toa-s-sa OVet tO'nee'4tW rf The R.r"SI. -.. asy Crertoa, Ut at be. -alanlar. June at. '.sssa.