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jinx li : 1ST TTOESOFCLEABUrG UP EEIXG EAPIBLY PUSHED. DLMHEVERYWHERE Codies Eeing Recovered in Every Heap of Rubbish. OIMI!; FKOM DEAD BODIES CdethIIs Fhysidass ana Doctors to Leave the Morgues. UNDER MARTIAL LAW. Soldiers Drive Away All Objec tionable Characters. Ttie lWUrt "lin!lll ! Card la l liiib Tln-y Ak That the t"-rei KubM ritlon Now I"oarl:i In I Coo-litiui-.l I 'Mill KuUirlrnl uiirU Apr l'ro .i.leii tu 'iutleie thr Work of lu-c.n-t.triK-1'oB W.lMWl Mir, With Midler ylltiuii-r, .svWs lo Clear tne V:TT-iU'i:'i. J:!iv.' ?. The CliamlcT of in in r.-t- isi,.- tie- f'l.m-iiif cin-ular: li m. W. Klitin. in ch.iri.-e ol our lalmr-t- nt JoJinwUiwn, n-jM.rt that it will i-'-ij'iin- li.fc nu n for thirty dava, with i.il modi-ru iippliitJKf--.. t' "l'ar the rn ks i.i. nix tin.- I' " unlit. if d'fitrur li"ii, oi.l tin' coi-jmn uuil the car-i-:i-.m of il"ail miiiud- a ii J I'la'-e llierity in ;.f.' MBiiit:iry iirniiii"ii. Tiii iU cost Joulili' amount iinw in tin haniU ,,f tin or. ittii: wliirh not include ill" p l.' f f"r t!ii- siitfi ring und destitute viiiihis very (.r. at, all of wliich has I--ii ran fully ulteiidfd to. 1 he destitute .ire Lnmlit to this city, fi-1, i-M!ivl ui'l lioun-'l. or sent free to fri.-nds all hut tin' lainl. We ask that ih" iiii"."iii n!'s-i'iitii!i.H which are 'iiiiii'iK from nil i -vi-r the country, becoii-liriii'-l until Fiilii'-icnt fundi, arc provided .. . onijiicte tlis a'iov.' work, of which one ni t: o will j;ivc'i t!iroui;li the j.n . V. Hit iiKKHV. fliiiinnan. .IcliN-T'iwx. .luncT. Johnstown ami Die riirroiiiKlmj.' IkiioukI" practically IoimuiI iiii.I.t iii.irtii'i law at noon. Ai in iih he iuis not ilii Iiin-il martial law, .i!ji. lien. I las-Imp. my the Kolilicri lire on iu.ini aiil no one i jiTiiitttoi twi-,'11 i i i ivi is, miles he h.u an order ii'olii llie a'ijiltiiiil plii-ial. The i-'iit- Ms-Is iue ll'-lsim-i lllioptll-r Mild tile loWll i- ill.HC.-.s-loji -JC"-J t lo ll'W!.iaiT Hi'll HII'l o'.her lusi'ilc who have bUslm-HS. v.crv jmint is euaj-iied uii'l holtiiern I ar.ulc the iliviilniK line. They Hn ; !ie ami iicirt tlieinm-lvin like yeter ;i!:s. liu y vuaiil the ti'io;!eni) ri; i.is'. ami inive onlern to Ktop tiny on llo li e l itohs tlie line. I. veil tiie tin leil.ilii r were unaiile to !;ii:.jit at wo.'li in the Fourth ward iian.w thi- i:;.ir!i:n;. owiin; to the cl. iisue !or. Forty l.iie were in tl.f iii:.lf M'leiol room, mid uU the tin lnow ii i"-id were t.iken f roni lii rrioiii mi I il ic"l in the fiotit yard. They mil i' i. ; t (or a day or i o lotier, Imt in the hot Mill di-coMijio'tiori will wt ill very mviii. ltm- Il4.lla Secured. Tour l!i k w,re foiiml m ar the trtone 1 l ii le tlii iiioriinii;. Tliev an- at the l'eiiiiv!vaniii riuh'iail st. stion. ( Inr n;w : ii i.t.li -d a- that ot .John JlrKii-. who 3i...l a miioI .iier in his let with Ills lKiine wiiu'ii on it, iiiitititioiial'iv m r:tteii in i-enl of an nt idelit. The 4-i her Imdiin w.ie thoM- of a yomii; om:iii and two Miiall chihln'ii. The I ir-t I'resl.yteiiaii chim li eoiitains nine ii:.Lno n-.." Tile hunals will lie niade o-day. Vr- ti'i la v mi rt;i iitr workmen found ihvee meniU'i's ot i lei; jaiiuii JiiitTinan'M iannlv. v ho occupi'il a lare residence tin ill -rear of Ijticoln treet. Itciijamin ihiDn au. the head of the family, was 1'Mllld M'ateil oil tlie vi;eof the U-dntead JJ- exiil.-uily i'n-iii in;; to rvlin when the HiKi .rtn k tiie hinldhie;. lie had In l in his jun kets. His S0- car-oli I daughter vn joumi t'lM liy, nttinil in a tiiidit 1'res.s. The youncent iiieiul.er of the familv, u 8-year-old lulil. wa al i) ioiinij ik-.ude ihe Uil. The lnhly of a wonian. mi'iis.d lo ! ."Mrs. Kei-se, waji n-o liroliht iu yestcf- Liy turn nii!. A Mi-Urniug C l..p. A fi'-ki'iiiiu mlor, which hourly in--ri-as4-?i in tfeiLsivt'i;ess, ariti f nun tiie M..thni wreck. (iiaiit ihiwiIit aud cmii.-liji are lcinir asd with desjiertiUj -eiicixT at tlie I indue, hut tlim;,rli Arthur ivirk Liiks liolu!ly of tlie irov;resH in;ide and the are3 ot clear water rapidly -i.iiilniK. the pn-iit aei-ii;e of liiaMfive ioir-i. hiokeu loiMinotivi's and OTUsiieai1 jiorrMM ir'iiU H discouraging jirosjiect !o the taoHMiiulH 41I unxiou vyn whu-h v ati h the work. lit.- ltiln llmi AlntHl. Jiil'.NMuW N. June T. The real work f tiMt'rtaiiej who the living aud diad of Johnstown ale has lie-n htai-tod. A iiiii f i-iej krt will iro In every house in litia vicinity and wi'un-the name of tiie jivin:. Aim41ht cor)w of men will en . l. avoi to lind out who the luissiui; an'. ,-iti! in thbi u.ainier it can lie alut -.Iclinitely known lust Imiw many lives core lost. A revision l tin- nv'ster list show that oniv i:!.0" i le have t-i cisteriHl. IW ifiui list it is iihiMilv ai- ll ttutt a laiv.e llUUlUer ot lilt- nUl'V 1-voi-s w ill not take the troul le to go aad lei-stcr i,t one of the fetation, cousin iuiiily tiie 'l.-.n of having registciu make a canvass was odoiHi-d. The nival luiinlu r of Uiii not identi lieil M-euis almost tucndulous and im iri.ssihie. S4ue of these UmIii-s have laid lor lour days m the dillen-nt morLiies. Thousands of irxiple In in the dillen-nt sicti.iiis or the stale have si-en them, yet they n-imiiu iiiiideiitith-d. At NiiH'X'eh they aix- Uiryin:: all the iinidentitied iie.nl. Imt in tlie nioritues iu tins vicinity no UiHe have I ecu hiiricd mtliiti they ViTe idelltllii-'l. 1 ,iii Imlits were tws out of the wnn-k pf fL4-:i:l ii ills strtv-il4 :(lp!. 'IT V Ihey could not lie i h r:1i'isl. as thev were ni.iiiirled in a hiirril'K' munner. At Iue h a 1 ,u ;r;er it ii r'giortiil that pro visions :.n' riiiitiinn very sli wt. Au i:ns ii,. t:i . At 7:ia o'clm-k the lirst U'at .f pnn imiii. t w.is linvt at the lirid;;e. It jir. visl m ire ellei-tive ta.ul any of the 1 irueii o! dynamite heretofon1 uss and iuiilisl fra.ri.ienu of d.-i.ris K' te't into the air. Mialcl Kvitli it was a round Jia :ineiit. w im h loo ke.l like tiie trunk t a ha. a in Uwly. li fell hack into the water witli a Rn-at siilasli and plidisj wnh the swift curivat under tlieliridKC U ion' II i-oiil 1 In1 jut'd -d in with ike jml ll ilo-ion aili-r exiloiou of iiyn.iniiU' lolloweil tiie Mast of jrun jsiwder. th" il.'tonatiiius coiuini; ho cios to.-etll T tliat tll"V iniL'lit ill Host tv taken lor the coi.iimi ills ilio-hure of heavy mins, or rather of entire hatterim ot aitill irv, for the w luile vaiiev echosa witii tiie uproar. Tu? fouiU4H4 from I he Wc-t-'ni end of tlie la i lire lias hivn 'iitircly cl -aiislof deoris, arid the btn'atu llouinu without intorniption. Tae air in the vicinity of the viaduct is 1 la si with smoke and dust, which is w:.:i.s aens the small plateau w here Man. Is the rickety luiil liiis. in wliirh he V. -stern Viiion telivraph office and the newsj-aTier headiiuaru-rs are situated in mi;Iii -i-.tiriir: clou Is. Tli Srsu at Morrfllrtl'e. A walk through Camliri.i t'ity to Mor ndlx ille. a iiist:inee of ovir wven miles, jillor.in an opirtunity to witness one Mret h of devasUition. Tile Unties of thn-o chil Iron were fftnovered yisterlay, and are now lyiiur in the hU loiutubus Htiiolic r! arch. It is now evident t'ist if the stone Imdge of the 1'er.n-ylvania rtilroad Imd not Uvn a barner U the hundred of iiatno house, w recks of others and the wti.Nt:-l'V SliiiiTii. in:iir-n-a' iti aiJ aiH wasiis.i amvn ny ll'll"i"!. the wIkJc town of I amhna wu! t have tv.-u ohht'-ratisii. Many of llw i.on-x-s w-tirh were Washed front 'heir f iiin.ta.ious. and ar now in lean iiij p'-:ii'rjs. r.r ocu;':ed tt-d:iy liy Jier buiis who s'.irviv s! Uie l!-l. IJur re;- O'Neill says tiiat out of a op uh'tint of 3.1' li) iullt '."W JiM'1 ar niiii2 ;!U' mk kupikwI to ti4? Uen drowiii-L At Morreilviile verythinz is quiet to liav and no lv!ie. have lvn found. Tins town was not la.ijy liamasoi. as it Ur id.ve tin course taicen by tiie flood. ttrirk lumaxiza. Si've.l litindreil of the lnNirers at the xm.t c'.rih k a well stK-ki wiIikhi in tiie w-fs!; this tuoiiunc and for half an hour the amount of work done by them wns very slim. Iki: lies of wine and juir of whisk-v d:ssppe:u-exl with ttutlinir rap.(iiv. A man, whogtood bya whisky barn-1. 'drank six tuniMeti full without stopping for breath. He is now enjoying a tranti over on the hillside. tile it u impos-ii'.-le to tO) tbe diinkine Ion? as houor ronn as it doe directly in the palii of the wirker. tiie discipline in re card t drunkenness is very aevere. and any one found under tiie influence of luiuor la harshly delt with. The vast majority ol the Workmen realize tiiat so briety ih an atwolute neeetisity ted act aixwiiintrlv. All w1m were fimnd drunk t-day we're sent out of town under criiiost .rsisrlr ImpMten. All roads leailiiiK to Johntown are rnividi-d w ith -ars and wagons N-arini; provisions and ciothini for tlie autTen-rs. The freight tralio within miiin of the stricken citv is paraJyixl and the luer-. hant of tiie Humiiindmg Uiwih hav kliinst exhausted their storks. Orders for iroixls of evTT description liave been aent into Pittshurz. but unless they are for ourvivori of the rio.U they iU not be siiij.peil. The (liilereiit tommissary di juirtnienta are constantly rmwdod with applicants for fsl and clothing. Bn-ad. meat and rh"ese is still ereai'y in demand, there ii, a iieiiiir en uAt in the Htimilv utationn fjsi..Mi-!i'il to relieve the hundn-ds of j nppiii-aiits. The ni"n who are in rharu-e of the suppiiee are Mifferins; fmru a rn-al many unsisitions practn-d bv the lower rlass of (ssiple here. This is owing to wmiiarity lth in dress and -rson. These inuw-U-rs (to from station to station, and secure cissis four or five tiimsi a day, wink others,, wh.me finer wnsiliihties have not l-en blunted by the ej.ut disaster, stand aside jmd watrh. Tnev do t us until the painrs of hunger rolil'jn-1 tilelll to ti -l '"' I IU'' flietn. ILi-palrlnx Ilio Wlerek. Slieritf McCandli-ss, who ha Uen Hti jsiinti-i adjutant (.'eneral to assist William Hum. who is now genera ill the work of cieaninir up the main jmrlion of the towu with lo.Mtl workmen, says it w ill 1- nis Hssiiry to build a teniKrary city for their ax-oiuiiio'h.tioii. Tenta have aliTadv lieen I'nt-Usl, and now a large gall: of woikmen is engaged on the watT pipe. They are being re paired and i t iq sha for supplying the workmen wilu cleau drinking water, la hjH-aknig of the work, Adjl. McCand-le-is said: "Wo have a bi wulk before us. It is no small thing t supply drink for the R'.ooi) jieople, esis.i-mlly when all the water. exceptuiK that which poimu from the mountains, is so poilulcd as to l unlit for either drinking or washing iuiws. The water pijies of tin-tim n are. fortiuiat.'ly. in a very fair roudl tion coiisideiiag llie mauiiude of tin ilis.i.-ler. and 1 think that we will have everything in good s1i.ik run. Another thing that is U'llierin; ui is the sanita tion of the camp. We are Using disin fectants fns'ly and are digging drains in nil dirii tioiis'to carry off the refuse, hut even w ith all thii precaution this will lie a verv unhealthy place. AS TO THE LOSS Of LIFE. Knun a f'are.'nl Survry f the Sssae, II l l:4-ll.-sl llir Total L-wt ff Lala v .11 I: up 1 1 to li.ooo. JullNSTowx. June T. Some doubt lias Us n cxpresi-.si as to the est. mat ' that I2.UI to n.no.i (Nsiple have lvn lost in this Hm siisd district. Ot ourse there is at present no way of determining with ii'iv d -gris of exactitude how many are di-ad. hut the guessing Is rea-sonable and conservative, and twsed on close figur ing. In the tlrst pl.u i) must Is understood that this is the grcatost disaster in his tory, and no one hram can roiuiKiss its details, lti possihilities are Umndli-ss, its !iiis'r infinite, and its th-strurtam lo-.-.t i:i tie tiafath miahle darkness of death. At le;tst '.'..iO-i Isilies have lieen found: .'.on ), at tiie lowest calculation, are in the biiim-d debris in the river: U.tKM are in the unseai-clus! rijindbanks around the (".inihi la works, down along the river and in the inwej, pan ,f Johns town; from one to two tliui-ssiid are si attere I in th- alley. froiu Woisivale to the bridge, and a llinnsatid or two aru l'Iow til ' bri'l-'e. U'tWis-ll Jo'll-lol n and Ikilivar. iiatidreds were carried down to the broad rivers iu th tremen dous current and mav never come Into tiie hands of th living. Said Adjt. ti.n. 11 istin.r this morning: "In my (pinion th lost is greater than we can show ligur -s for." Vl llul a SI ,ly VVi.rlir Ttilnkt. That sturdy worker, William Jon -s of Iti-iddock, thinks that at lea-t lf.u m to ) .iU were lo-t. Tiie statement that is. mm p Tsons had n'gist4Ted at the registralioii bureau was incorTct. One of tren. 1 la-tings' aids said tiiat at IU o'clock that so man v persons registered! twice or more that tin list had to be re Tisinl. and tiiat the total was not more than i:i.lll and perh;iM Vi.rm. This registration not only compn'heiid.s the population of Johnstown and adjoining towns, wliirh was aUuit 3o.O Kl, but cm braces place further away in the flooded region, tlie total population of which was at least 4."i.hki. including villages, straggling hamlets and farms. Chairman lin ks of the Altoona dele gation, w ho lias liren nU over the district siTH-e Sunday morning, says the loss is 12. .'SKI to 14.(110, and he liases it on talk with scores of all sorts of people. The aiwnet of former residents and of a fixed and familiar population is most striking. There ere thousands of strangers anil workmen from a distance hen, hut fi- the past three days the one lerpctuai question has been: "Where an the peoplu? H''im are about 10,0oj where an the rest?" lKefrmllnz His Kaet JiiilXs'TOWS. June . Joseph Rujafcks of tHiniiellsvilh denies that his country men, the Hungarians, are guilty of the vile chargis cmlited to them since the awful cutastniphe. In substance he says: I have miiile a thorough investiga t'on into the facts, traced nuh n'srt, and I am entirely sati-tiisj that no Hun pirian has been guilty of any of the offenses clav-vsi against him. think of it for a moment! How could -e have the desfs'ratiou to rob or mutilate dead bodies when our rice, like Americans, is a lilierty-loving issiplel' "When our women or children apply to any of the relief committee they are refused food and clothing lecause they are Hungarians: vet those of our race who live in Uradtlock, McKeesort and the Connellsvillc coke district have sule w-rilssd as liberally in projrtmn to their means as any other part of tbe Ameri can people. Tlie stores here in which our ixsiple used lo deal, refuse them cntlit an i demand cash ayment. They an pi-ai tically siarvmn. Sinn of us have money in the hs'iil banks, vet it is not available owing to the terrible con dition of the city." Tnenlv-I Ive IIsmUm Toitbvr. At ( irnnd view cemetiTy they are bury ing the Imdicti twnitv-live ii) a trencL The location of earli Uajy, with the name and description, is marked with a Unnl. When the dead have friends a few follow ih Uxliea to the grave, but the average of followers is not more than two. No scrviivs are held and tlie lashes an lowered into the trenches without any ceremony. Mr. Kennisly fount a hoy alive in on- of his tours. The little fellow- was narly evhaustisd for want of foo.1 and dnnk. but he will live. Jlr. Kenmsly also sjivs tiiat the debris is bemg n movisi rnpidlv. IV. t'arrmgt'in. nn- 1 other iriss ur. sent most of the day i cS.ut the I'.iinsyivuiiia lU'pot. lleilis- iius-:t4-u tile tMMiies ot some norses that could not tie litimel witlHiut ilestroying what is 1,-1 1 of the town. He burntl eight tntck kauis of wvt and dirty cloth ing, taken off the Usiies, ami a few horses and old hides. Some dead horses were found Unit are ts ik-ep to reach. FLOOD BRIEFS. An acre of ik-bris wasck-arrd away Thurs dav. I'.-vd wa ilistributsl yeslerrtay to tiie needy urTen,'isk Ohio lKsii-U' nwtributcst '.Oua additioaal on Thursday. T!i Pari Jwaiistoa a fund ntlw mmonnts to 2.111.1 ts'uutt). JijM::-h Cniiiw. a wholesale liquor dealer, is pmimiiiv droi uurt. Sichisis'rs musi kffp away. The mora is IMsslisi lir actual wiirlvi'r Tk i!hsi7v at iJh fiisssl of oHnernoc Bratrr auxmnui tu about titsiHH A iarcv iionitwr of relics of the flaod hava am P-Ktsi uu lU 1 uneOJualli, o. Mrs. A. K. l'hl 's ;:clicruusiy sching ,nKsis to J .hiisti.wt' nf!er.T! at lint cost. Miss- I jo!.4 Hay and Manie WVimrr leave for Ss-.list-nry 'a s moni.nji. here ihey will Hjnd ten dsys visiting frii-n-.ls. ymnUirs of s.-r"iis en roul f-r John tawn are rontjc'ied to pjK'iid a night in Some-, as tln-r. is no vcn:n? train be tween lire two Ue us. Kiv the Cnnilwrlsinl liU'twltn! : - Tbe Cumberland lls-ied Oininiiltee wmi it' pn. viioiiS arnveit several tours in advarai! of any other, and wee Oinnhutii g its aid be titv any others arrived. " While we don't claim lo know from what place the provisions and aid l!wt were first to reach Johnstown came, we do know that the above statement is not comet. Tbe first train for Jobnttowu after the flood passed through Sommet al o'clock on Sunday morning, .Tune 2nd. On this wai a commit tee from Somerset in chifje of Urge iup piy of provisions which bad been collected tbe evening before. Now we are positive that the train on which the Cumberlanders were did nol arrive al Somerset nntil after nine o'clock on Sunday evening, so that the Sunieiset Committee were on tbe ground at least fifteen hours before the Cumberland Committee, and bad in fart already return ed from Johnstown. A Card. Jv the R'tHtlillnM Votert of it fua.Wy of &HHCrfrt ,' The recent floods which pnyluce.1 the aw ful caiamiiy at Johnstown, 1'., swept awy the entire proieriy of luy son, John A. Zim merman, at that city, and I have be n com pelled to b at Jolinstowil aid:iit aud asat lng him in re-es'ablisiiinf; bis home. I have thus been prevented from making as thor ough a canvass of the county as I otherwise would have dune. Many persona have nol been seen, and a; ibis late day fss-sibly will not b? seen. To such I can only say f am sorry for tbe facts abive set lorth, but luy excuse is in the horrible catastrophe that has been heralded around tbe entire world. Ask ing your indulgence i', view of the facts, I am, rtsjiecrfully, JoIlS II. Z UHlUHMt. Soxebh.t. I'., June 10, lvW. Scalded to Death. On Thursday of last week Mr. Jacob Baughmaii. a ijisiilier in l,anuier Tap., was scaldisl tu dm! n by the explosion of a will. Mr. liatuthman had started fire under the stilt, but ly Mine oversight the stpmk on the pipe hading into the ticeivit g cii-tcrn was not unkskeil, and this together with the wyim soon tilled with whiskey cuiilin ing tbe steam lo tbe cap. The rsp is fasten ed lo the still by thick paste made from rye flour. Mr. ltaiighmau noticed tbe steam escaping at tbe boliom of the cap, took a laige lump of paste in his hand and went to the still for tiie p"rp e of stoppinj the leak. Just as he ntuchei it the cap was blown oil and the hot beer throw n all over him tcalding him in such a horrible manner that be died ill great agony a short time afterwards, Mr. liaiighmati wa- au old soldier and enjoysd the resjavt Bud &:etm of all who knew him. Reformed Classls. At the annual meeting of the Somerset Clasxis of the Ki foruied Church in the Viiit ed ttatin, held from May Jli to June .1, 1SSI), at iShaiiksville, the following resolutions were adoptisl touchirg the promt-d consti tutional aiuendineiit : Whkki s. The qiialifinl elector of the Cominoiiweallh of IViinsylvaiii are called upun tu vote, on the lS;h day of June, for the adoption or rcjivt ion of an amendment to tbeCoiistitution of the State, prohibiting the traffic in intoxicating liijiiore as a bever age. UtMJiid. That in the judgment of C'.asMs the propiscd constitutional aniendinent is in the interest of the general good, morality and religiun. .Vjv.mf, That, tin rt fore, wc ifTVciionate lv urge our C'( ie to siipsrt it at tbe polls. trsunil, That the pastors of Classis lie nspiestisi to read these resolutions from their pulpits, and that the Con-es)ioiidiiig Secretary of l lasi-is furnish copies of the same to the county )H(Mrs for publication. A. . CkKeli-k, Cor. Sic. Sbanksville, Ta.. June I, JSi'J. Teachers' Examinations for l(39. Teachi-rs' exatuiua:ioiis will be held at tlie following named places, on the daoja af fixed: liockwood, M'ednesjay, June 19;h. Jetincr X UVids, Friday, June !lsl. Conflueiii, Thursday, June IfTlh. Somerset, Friday, June ;s-.h. Hhaiiksville. fjaturJav, June Jtrh. lierlin, Monday, July 1st. Fine Grove, (Lirimcri Taia-lay. f "VI. Salisbury, Wednesday, Sept. 4il. Meyersdale, Friday, Sp. liih. Vrsina, Ti'esdny, Sepl. in.h. New Lexington. Wedin-silay, S,pt lllh. New Centreville, Friday, Sept, l.tih. Stojestown, Tuesday, Hept. 17th. JWihel, Thursday. Sept. 1'Jth. Special cxaminaiiori at Somerset. Satur day, Oct. 5th. Kxamination for Fraressiunal Certifi .ales, at lierlin. Taw-day and Wendmsday, July 2 and 3. Teachers already holding professional cer tificates, may be examined along with the professional class, in any of the higher branches, and if found proti.-ietit, will have such branches placed upon their certificate. The examinations w ill begin promptly at S o'clock a. m. Applicants should come prepared for writ ten work. No valid certificates will be granted to ap plicants niider seventeen years of a-e. Candidates w ill not be re-examined except for secia! and seifUfaclory reasons. Directors an 1 friends of education are in vited to be present at the examinations in their re.-ective sections or districts. J. M. FiEKKET, Bkruh, June -I, "8.1. Co. Sup't. l'irectors not already supplied with the latest eehool Laws and State llcporu can secure copies at the examinatiiHis. Remarkable Restoration of Sight. Mr. das. H Taylur. of hi I14". Indiana County Fa., lost all perception of objects 111 one eye through cataract, and so much of theuiber as to disable bim for work. In Febrnsiy last lie had an operation by I'r. SailUr, orcttlist. No. S04 IVnn avenue. Pittsbunh, whu-li has nssiilled in J'rfrrf re storation of the blind eve. liy the aid of glasses be can now nad t he S'lierf print al the natural distance for reading, lie did not suffer Kve minutes psin from lirst to last. The doctor has suceerslisl in restomig sight in sixteen out of fceventcen children bom blind with cataract. Ail persons who have crook ed eyes, you pit or old inn Hitively have them straightened by I T. Ssdler. Weak sight is often owing to irregular refraction ami can be corrected. IMay fmpaently ends iu im manent injury to siirbt. mm !;f Jt:-i'v?iS P:T j :!"V'a :?J-? r;t! 1-tHllxt'i .iri 5! J3ffffl a nj 4 s s . 1 ; 1 t f . Monday's Court. A short session of court was bel.l Moo Jay afientonn. The lor !t was caJinl over and a number of motions were heard. Jesse, r.anghn.sn. Atirahiim f bulti aid Siraon V. Swci'sTT, the three distillers who were con victed at I'ctjruarr eeasion, of stlling liquor without licen.-e. were called and atnteiiced to r.V the usts of prosecutii, a fine of .V each and to umlrriro an imprisonment in the county jail fur a period of three lilOUtll. Road Views. Petition of ritiiens of Flack and Vpper Turkfvfisit townships to vacate and npp!y parui of a public road near Fonre Uridge. Ilennit Meyers, surveyor; Emanuel lletk ley. Milton Beachy, viewers. Petition of eitixen of Greenville town sb.'p for a public road from s point Dear sawmill of Nosh Lint, to a point near the house of John M. Weimer. E. O. Bowman, surveyor; George Lowry, David Lichty. Tiewars. Petition of citizens of Conemangh town ship lo vacate a public road from a point at or near the residence of Isaac Yoder to a point in public mad near tbe residence of Jacob Shelter. David BtufY, surveyor; To bias Lehman, J. E. Futist, viewer. Petition of citiiens of Concroaugh town ship to vacate a public road leading from a 1 iint in a public road near Jacob I. Kauf- J mans lo a point near tbe residence of Jacob M. Lobr. Joseph table, surveyor; Jonathan Gardner, Jonas Kaytnan. viewer. RHEUMATISM. Fo Mokkthas T im nn Yu-A Cok- rim Kiukivejiy. I hftd iiBainmaUjt7 rhrumatlnn. For early a yer I hl to be fi-d ihS turued in bd. 1 ouuld tiud no re I iff. My Mumarh va? nmittl with pow trf:l njtiU iuec, Uken lo i Bt rt a rure. to thjit I uii roru'-ciMl to live on brt.ii aud wuter. I uf fuml fr if ) earf in I hi way. I m IuJucchI to try In-. InviHi Ke tiiK-dy't Favorite KemtJy, nuule a( iUmduut, N. V., and I Aiu ow Well, thutilo to bi mtl;rine Dr. KtnutIy'ii Favrite KeuHHiy i my t- irtt-nd. liy ib u-v 1 aia t-ua-Ut-a Un)-" Ut(!lf TctA ; tWi. u-tl a in-a! auil invstry. lu h I have been tiei'hvtfd lir yrap, ;aoiiiK ihut the Favoriu: Koraetiy baa IlOwUai l-r Ulf VUTK of lllsJlKt-wlKHl and lpfp- Ntii.t':l. It ;iuy iiouiii il.rtiU Una ruicmt-iits, J will m,iu tli ready prowf at ouce. OamrU Lau vtua. 1 fy- N. . It i- my plc-.ure and nJut duty toward who are rugiiug Urf" very life Mainst the dtaaty DirttnH ofllie Kidney to odii my tr-timimy to tli vondtrful efficacy of lr. Ke-mmly n haUnu letnly. My wile uas m I MffrK ? -ntiit!o.i, dwptiirfd of y thr phyr! fiai. it. i'avxl keuiitxlr's havorittf KcmwJy ww rt-it-l ui : ni t bvt-au.' auy bir- ra piart-ij in it. imt t-(-nire tubulin: rl-sf rvtnitiiieii. 1 he ftlwl iniit Minrt tt utirHTie tih theuc ol the latcitiid t.ti.c the rt'THiic-i hrr Mrviitcth. and (iMiuiiLinijf tiit- trtuitiuiil, Im iuily rvevwr vi Jay AUhUiy, X. Y. hit. KESSEUYS FAYQU1TE HEMEDY. rF.LPAllED BY Dr. David Kennedy, Rou-lout, N. Y. II ur buttle. Six for 5. By all dn.tttfst. I 7 ARM FOR SALE OR RENT. wkh to itflUir rtM't inv FARM, fi.iixi-.imjr of J7Q aoi-w, irttt of whirl. I elmrrJ .ml. jtn-1 ihrvinain-!.t lit timler.Tid wtll Haier--t. Thitt fnn i -inmte.) "iiithnttithtiHowii, adjoin. tic; thv iJlaue, aud baa eret:4ti Uivtvub a GOOD NEW OF8 ROOMS, And Kin let. Drv Oc'ilnr. and Srriii)r Houe ! Inr. A iifver-faiiiiiB "irii isr l.y th houce. A!h, a lAKrliauk tin'T. rt-friir. Splcndhl Orct.- anl. t ;u' and see it nu , otn. ax thi l a pro d ti.iir? to !s-v . hat land im worth. Thit advoru. meiitwlu affwar only twitf. CCO. JAMC1, SiabMouD, Westmoreland Co. la JINANCUL STATEMENT -OK -SOMERSET DOROUGH SCHOOL. I DISTRICT FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 1, 1889. RECEI PTS. Balaix-r on ha:. -I at ia:t netilement I Hale fci'imsr!it'"ti ftW CaU te" d rrt'iiHulhH'Uif Knar. lit. otj " a!ur. mM tO " " Jli' ltv-. h tt " Kur I V. n M.iirilf-JiilVt73 5Jiil3n EXPENDITURES. Atn't jtnid for tt-ariien' wajfcii f J-V 00 jaxiittuo and hruinau 12 X liU m yet M-uoiti Uppliea. tW : r jwirr 41J W ' .!TXt'!t- - Ml Tt on l-oii'N and inurtt... K- M i. Nn p !ui- ixi .. frm-ucur W) 1 3K Ql t'onlrwn $ HE ifitiE II. IV.f. Tmwajrr, IR. Tora-h ntoivod .Gi3 13 ily oflen U4td , SCl U ,V. U. M UKlfT, (Vrr( Tu irn" am i i f .!uiiUvie $ S-H) 5S iy ai j t paM ov r to Tnuu. ;ai't ?.i aiHiu'iiK-ut aUut-i taxity- rr HN 7l fc ri-rin raUou ami trret-llou4 W n.-.w :irlo!ia'le-t i i'w Imi. vl out ou duplicate 4)7 t'SXfO &i Am i due wiu pctaalty a.lIed- M L. .V. HICk'-i, Cllt-'of, in. To al found to Ixj due At lat H llifUR'!Jt $ 76 W CR. By casli paid to TroaMin-r .ri " ' rioii-jratlicjiis aiul tvutiii lis lt 11 f 75 HG JOUS A. WALTER, CjHrtOr, VR. To halantv foun J to be due at Uat vllitrliivlil t 04 01 Rt rnh paid to TreaMirer $ a) 00 " bal vol d'le vii dU..H'Ht-tt.. 44 Ul I W 01 Jft .VAT KR&iAl:, CdUrUrt DR.. In bH.ai.fv frtind to l. due at lat lUciocat $ S 2 VR. Hy rah id lo Trtasiir r $ M ' tliMn-raiKMi ihe-i 2: Mi ' UuUnc yet oueott tluptimte M 'M SXS 20 MICHAEL klFJR. (V.f -Iit, 1K. To ttuUiii-c fi.aiul to be due at liisl is.lllt-UKiil 3 (a. liy -.h piil li) Tri.ur -r ..,. l.V. (I!l - iv!iiiiiissiiiiii'a!hmvi i ' laluer j-ut uilt: S9 M t.J2 51 RESOy RtJES, Uiil due nn dup of N H MHirili I 4 J A Waller... 41 lit " " " " " II. Kivitvr. i ill " " S. kilrr w StilT) 0-.' LIABILITIES. B ini'.ii nutmin.liiia i IM 00 unler u r". II. r-umll am tl omt:rse!Ciiiiiijr Bttuk mt I 4781 88 Eini" of lisbUillea orcr rigour e S41 m T-I-!, the iiti'liTii.-iitsi Aii'ttinrtof Snmr-rtiet Hor ' imph. hrrvt.y rs-ntly that we h'v rxurutmsl aiift Mii'liltsl llir viiurliri a il tw-r M.riait.iiiK In Ihi l-ir-Kiiiiii; smii-hh lit, anil linu ihi-ni i- irrti-l. In lo-lliii.'iiv hvrnif e have altiirii our hauii-and ri Ilil- Mil itaror Jiiik-. a. I. 1. W. M. Ui Hst tTLKK, i Yl. K. Bi'W M .N. ! KAI.I 1 RK.ll. J: E. KtllNtK, FERER BROTHERS' Reliable Close-Priced Shoe Store- Petiole Congress! Tliifi flit rfi rcfu'nte tin Kmer m IVti'ile liiiiprena in Kaii)T.i r'r. l'iirioi". I'onlovun ami Call"; I isr a (loiilile Mre no U'ini? ilcei Imh Ic, atiii the oth er in front of tlie ankle-bone thus preventing- the strain of the ruhber on the ankie-ltone aud (ireventinj; tlie cureag-ainst heiui; rhafeti and ili'fait-tl ly in terferiiiDT. Without question the coming i-hoe U the CiO i-NIGHHiEiSiS LADIES FINE SHOES SanAaV.?t?rc.?t,i Flexlb'e "- r T TlOTTriT CC' Farrwnii Cenur tlsfl. $3 and 4 Shoe. Abo, in!L " -- -yJJ U J AJXJJkJ W orailiK Sboi-a, ana Lcailx-r couutt-r and iuwile. WE n-speflfully rail attention to Ihe fact that we constantly keep in stock a latvc line of the mort seasonable and most mn ial,!e eoods. or the latest Myles in the trade, and we always invite corniianson of ourprii-es with those of otner dealers. CALL AM) SEE US. FERXER BROTIIERS, :n ii. Absolutely Pure. Thia Powder neYr varies. A marvel of purify, trenjetb and wholeriotnetirfla. More economical UaD ih onilBary kiu1, and caunot t? afe outiiff tit ion a lit ttie miiHuudeot low fest. ahori weight, aiuta tr phphaie rtwdtrr. vmte m mn. KiiVAL Huino Fowuiv Company, im Wall Mtretsk .Vw York. .Vm. RLLSBURrS BEST I I FLOUR All Fl-Nireontained in pa'kaire ahrre thi1 Cir euiar i found, i iuale ui the t'htita Se lerhfl Haiti Miuiteita and Ikita Sf-nnj? Wheat luthe Ummo rilimry MiU at MmueapolU, Minn, aud in braiiut-l PILLSItURY'S BEST XXXX illSNCilMH-LS HlN.V. These mill are three In number, with a rapacity ol 10,500 BAUKFJ.S PER TMV, or OVtK ;V0VJ liAUkhLS FfcK YEAR. To fee.1 tlie mill reouir,- XU.mt tm-shel of wit -ut a muit;y. 4K.r t'ii.lBi liv " A " Mill ban the artret eatuu ity of any mill in the world, rouaiuiti over S Uusht l of ht-ai ner iay. It tv wipplied with the tet uiai-hiijry known to tbeniilliiiv tradV ; noex. petiae hu ot-en pared to livore iR-rWretioi. in all drtail, awl ii t the most litVet and eotl- mill on the globe. V fruaraiitoe w:r PilKbtiry's IVM " to le the :hea4est Flour utade in t)i t'uited Slatff-, tak iiiK all iu t)imlUifn iiiti iwuut. It a ill yi-vM foin 40 UMt pound liuire bread lo the fair rel than tlou, matle fnun Win:er Wheat. It r-niirwt more aHtre In mis inf. and. the hraui will keep tweet and inoit f.v strveral day. Jt i alw the m4 lnittiunw and ht-althy. mx li tx ao Milmeiy fnre, no(hiutE but tbe choiet-t hard Sprintr W h-at be- luaf u-to iu w mauuiat'iure. JrimiRoia and liakota, Wht-at haa the Urfl pnw. tioa cf elntrn an t p.iphaten of auy (frown in Thtaeonntry. and 1t unr imirvel new Holler jTorej wretrat'l rnmi me nt'i rji iw uuiri tioui4inaHiie, inMwid of U-ttinj lh-m eo into the infeii-'r ifradw of tioor. a." i-the ra? un der the old proetwi of mitliiifr. At the Mini? lintv ih nmir will ntukrihe a hit tut, IkJitf't loaf of bread iu theatirld, 1m1iik at oneti the lHt, henlthuit and eheaiW flour thnt can Ijc umxI. Sold on i by JOSIAH KELLER, Somerset (onthntf(l in SitjifliWf$tt. Wanted, More Room. MAKE HOME BEAUTIFUL BY INVESTING A FEW DOLLARS IN o .TNlilbae, tOfrl in the lawn, hardy ; AmiK'lop. ri, hardy viu h ; H.rttirt-A in irret vri.'tv for pot pi a n U or vastf ; fupheaf CaiadiuiiiN f.wy Kavei, very fine for the portictior bay window ; K-K-ulcMiim for the ln n ; 'idvui, tiDiny colors, for bed or line ; leuuias, ftsr the yanl or lawn ; Ephordl Splenden- : Knavhiu- n rn-at variety ; Krvrlw a, pohle-n and white : Kerns in ureal va rietv ; iitTHtiium in prrnt vari-ty. tlowcnun and wentt"! ; llydransjfai liiMvus ; Mimultu Moa Utrnulo;i5 Mo hani or Mnk ; Mim Kuwta or AbvMitiau Hauana : irnd 1'Uiiia for the yanl ; Motm Flow era ; Mauratidia Yin ; othooo (.raaa folin ; Ivimua. double and ciwarf variegated ; 1'au-iea, the iiuft k n l. lov4 in fliie variety, hardy and monthly : Thunbenriaf Vrlrjia in irrmi varutv and larr immlier", 50c to $1 JUT down : Vinea. manv kind, and very uiauy more ueautilul thiuifs which coit little money. alo, ljuios ittoc k of : VEGETABLE PLANTS z NOW HE.DY. Canlltlnivcrand (tabbee. licst K.irly Sort Celery, M tub' I'lllinc aln ollirr liu-t kiiuls ; T-.inialo, leading kiiuts 111 puts and lmtii ieu gnniiid Svyeet Pqtato n Large Quantity. FOI( SALE AT :::::Akers' & Baumers'::::: MAKKKT, HI Franklin St.. Johnstown. And at mr lrttulHaiea and .anl)Mt, Maple Lue. Ortlor by uuii tMutly aUeiidfl to. Aw' AR AKERS- Cut Flimera and Iisiiriis lu Flouvrt, our yie- I dally. uia2i.li. PUBLIC SALE OF THE UNDERSICNED Admlnlntratjiraiid Trustee tor itie Keal Ksiate nf llnm VoutiK. !al of Jetrermin Tovrusliip. Smiierset imuiy, I'u., rieerase t, will In piirsiiiiins? of an Unler ol S.ile i-Mleii out ol Itiv lr4ins' ivmrl ot sininersel t'o., Pa., eX'Mise lo ptililicMilu ou the premiss, oa MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1839, at 1 o'elo'-k p. m.. the foll,win Reil E-itnte, xix : .onitin: of three (iMtitpmin tracts or panel of laud hiiuate iu JetT.rni Towuthip, rotuitv and Mute aftrreHaid, eontaiuiaic in the atcrrvs&Ui Three Hundred and twenty-aven aert-. more or lew, adjoining landa of fiwtve Hay. i tarry Kill, Abraham lUrron. Sirhula Barrun, Jacob Lavau, Abraham Mi lit r and uthip. One-third. ea.h orj the lt of .pril IHUQ. the bal ance in hftij rj;l aitnu pavnicutM. Irum Ht of April 'w. without inu;rvt liii due. A:trthedebn eiiiHtTt art. all i i, the whlow hohII n cive the iuivre on the rvnmiitinff ont- third during her lift-tint?, and at her dt-uih the priii: pal to be mid to the heirs ot the dft eaci. Toy menu to be wt-urwl by judgment Imndi- on tiie preniiM. Ten jer eeiit. of ihe eniire purrhaie money to le paid on dtty of nule, or wcured to be paid. The above dfs-nted farm is located In a pood DeiiflilMtilxK) on a hit-h tli jre Ih ereted two houavja, Urge Uiru, aud other UsUhuMduitf-i. uver 200 ACRES 200 Clear, and in a good ft ate of cultivation, afth an atiUiidnni'e of mm trtx. eon-V'tiuf of appK-a, flurriw. peac ( -, p.-nr. &c. Water ruuuiiiK to the hoiiKe. AN a fUfrwr camp, with augar vea mht, ibat will beiaold with the farm. Ml. AS H. CABI.K, Adtniui-lnittrf'aual Trustee. Gro. F. Coi'NTr.vaAX, A.rtiotu.,er. ill T EH, . , oOmerset, FOnn a. FLOWERS yamls Real Estate I Gri A. GckI Save the Coinmomvealih SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION. SPECIAL ELECTION. IV onr.ru ETF. Trt THE RFQriRTMENTot the Kriclatvuih article of the Cou4tuti4i, and in roipitiiire wltli in: rorii'.ri it n Act of tlie u-s-uerai AwmMy eu:;tlel An AU pn-cr.b-inr the titne and manner of hniuiii to the people Ar i heir appioval and ratiiitation or re jwtUsti, prr.rKed amendment to tite oniamion apTrove1 ihe tb day of March. Anno iloniu.i. fW'itVmtvd eeht haadv'l and emiitv-nine, 1. K. S. McMILLFN, Shenfffrf the rour.tvof tmer aet. iu aaid tjmmn4 B:iJi, do nen-br luaie known aud crive notice that a Spetiai K3et.;.ia iii be held In laid County, cu Tj sday, June 18, 1889, For tba adopt! ort or reject.. n of two aeparat aa.rt.disant to the CcrtitnRon of tti Consn:"n weaita, a hlcb have been agreed to by a KiajorUy af lliM mnla-r a.artMi Tit wsar-h U.v.tt .f 1 1 iiuurv. ai i wo a,ciive aetpn. i am nrat of aaiu Juzuoamenu trelof as xoiiovri AiTENDJreM. There ah all be an Mditinnal article to naid Con MitoUou, W bt detiixnated aa Article XIX. a toi kwt : ARTICLE XIX. The manufacture, sale, or keeping fttrsale of iiivoxii-'MuiJic jitpitw, io of oseo a r wvnuce. w hereby rniiibud and any violation ot this pro- faikitiou hall be a misdemeanor, puiiiahalilu aa ahait bv provided, by law. Tiienmuiifttt ture. aaie or keeptnp for ate of In- toxicatiiu: liquor lor other purixjusUian as a bev erage mar I aMftwe-l in auch tiiaiiner only as may be t-sf reribed bf law. Tlie -encral Av m b'y irhall, at toe rirt sesion wiccfH-ftiu tlie adoii ti'iB oj" this article of the Yrti-titution, etuu t burs with alc:ua:e oenaiUr fir its enforcement. The second thereof beiaff a follows : AMENDMENT. Strike ont from aetion one, of article ehrht, the four ouliricaiioLS for voter, which reads aa fol io : "If twen'y-tiro years of aire or upwards, be shall bae iaid, aiihm twoyara, astute or coun ty tax, which haU have been aaM at lean two lOfMUhj. and paid ki leant tHir month before the eiecuon," ao uuai tne aecUou whieh rvmis as tollowa : " Kvery male citiaen. twenty-one yean of aire, posswiiiir itie following- quaiit ntUotus, hU be entitled to vote at all tl-cttoi : Fintt. He fthail have been a citceu of the Uni ted States at .eat one n south eeiul. He rami) have repl ied in the itute one year (or if. havniR pr-viou!!r ben a oiinliried elect4r or nwivelm citiwn of ihetate, he shall have removed ihervtrom and returutl. then a x toor.llis; iinmeiately preecdiric the clcctnn. Thiro. HckhaM have residua iu the election ltrict w here he sliall ofler to rote at least two tnontlift iiumeiliu:iy preccdiutrtne electioti. Fourth. It twenty-two year ol ace or upward1, be thail have pajl, within two vewra, a r-tate or county tax. which Piifcll have been ae-el at two lumtDs, and paid at leat one month be fore the election," aLall be auieiuled, m aa ui rcal a fid lows . Every male citiacn twenty one years of ajc-, po?-Ntn-nip the follow n iiialiticntious. shall be n titied to vote at tiie oliin place of the elect i n district or a hti-h hethaJl at the time be a roHiciit and not elsewhere : Hm. He shall have been a citizen of the -United State al leaet thirty duyx. Setnd. He shall havo ridtLd in the jtate one year (or if. liar in previously teru a um! itied elector or naiie borncuizen ofthe stile, he -hall have removed then-froia and returned, then ttx Diotith1-) immediately prvceu'nir the election. ThinL He i-hall bae niik"i in the election district a here he shall offer to vote at IcaH thirty days immetliately prccciin(t the election. The kL-lature, at the eion thcretf next nferthe adoption of ihts aectiou, Khali, and from time lo titue thereafter may, enact law lo properly en force thih porvislon. Fourth. Kverv male citi-een of the ai?e of twen ty -one vearx, who shall have been a citizen for . thirty Aayi, and au inhabitant ot' this atiUeoue year next precedinif au election, exccrt at mil uicipal eie tiotia, and for the last thirty days a resident of the election district in w hich he rimy ohVr hi vote, ahall emitled to Virte a such electiou in the election ditc; of whu-h be shall at the ime le a resident antl t.ot elsewhere for officers that now or hervufier may be electeil by the people : pntritlrrt , That in time of war noelec lr iu the actual military acrviee of the relate or of the l imed SiaPa, in the army or navy thereof, bhall be deprived of his vote bv reaa o; hi al aence from nch elccti n district, and the lcifi--la-ture tjiail have power to provide ihe manner n w hica. and the lime and plai'e at w hi -h ii'hab actit elccton may vole, and for the return and can van of their vote,- in the election district in hrch thy respectively reside. Fifth. For the puriie fv(timt, no person hall be deemed to have traitic 1 or ltast a iv,idenctr by rca4in ot hia proence or ntW-nce while cnudoy ed iu the aervicc of the lmtel States or the uti nor w iiiie ciorncd in the-naviifHiion of Hie wa ter of the stnte or of the bich set uor w h i ic a indent of any college or jviniuury of learn iu", nor while kept al any a!inhoue or pnltlir intl tiithm, exct-ot the ininatea ot any home fordisa nfeil und iiKlifviit nol men and Mjlop. who. lor the purpoM of votiuir, hbnll be deemed lo re-idc lu the election district whore fcaid home b U a-U-d. I -awn fhall be made for aer-tainii;ir. by pnicr p'oof, the citizens w ho wtmli tie enlttltd lo tlie riyht of Miilrajte hereby eUibliiied." A true copy ofthe joint rej-olution. i H AKl.KS W. 8T'NE. fSecrt'tary ofthe Coinmouweallh. I Also Make Known and Give No tice That the poll! of snd Election hall be ojientM at T o'clock A. M., j.hail be hrei at 7 o'ctoek t M.. and that the aevcr.il plm-e- of holdini: the i mine, in the iseveral KIccliou iJisiricU iu aid I'oonty. arc mm fol'own, to wit : The electors ofthe bunmh of Pnflnence to meet aittw Oounell Chamber, la eaid U)raiah. The el:Orr ol lite buntUKh and election dU trict 1 of Somerset townnip to meet at the Court HnUEve, in aid iMin'Utch. The eieciornof election dUtrlct IV i. 3 of Hiaur set township to meet at tne biM and tU p wf Ferry Uml-erKer In Siptyiio. Theelectuni uf the uiw-n-hip of niack to nwt at thctail'M'-hupof Jo9ei)i W. Herriiutun, in said Ttiwuxhip. The eleptnw of the townsMp of M If.ir l to met at tlie old hotel formerly uecupiod by Hlchuni Ca'dwell. m Uebiarubur. In s.ud tttwufthip, 1 he elecP.r ol t -eturyvitl tu mmi al lUe cho-i ho4se iu ftiiid buriiujh. 1 h-veleutuni o the Piwnahlp of ITpper Turkey fiiut tu nieei al the fcouae ol Juha A. Mmlti, in aid towmhtp. The eltwioM uf the townhlu of lower Turkey. Toot to meet il the homc- til Lmauiiol Fiixuiue li aaid TowDslilp. Theeiettorf ofthe borouifh of Vrsina to meet at the hotue if J. B Miller, uppuaite lavU . 'Ju dr's store, in said boru-th. The eleeu.rot the towuliip of AJdfson to meet at the a huol boue in IVterurvf. TheeltMTtorsot the lownxhiu of MldtHecreek to mtet at the houae oouupietl by Jesse J. Sweiiser, in New lxiiirun. The electors of the township of Klklick to meet at the houe ol John VY. lkiu-uy, iu Kik licit Towu ship. The electors of the bonuah of Salisbury to meet at the Council Chamber in said l-onruh. The electors ot ihe Hruuuh ef K'tckwovjd to meet al tha school h.uae In iid K(nbKh The electors of tlie boramfh of Meyeradnle to meet at the coumll chamter in sniti iHtuh. The elector of tbe townahipof Summit to meet at ttie hrk Scho t-house in said T' n-hir. Tlie electors ofthe ttontunh of U'llersbar.r to meet al the school liaiM lo said Loruuib. The electors of tbe town-thin nf OreenvlIIe n meet at the school boose, in Foeaboutas, iu said township. The electors of the township of Southampton to meet at tbe bouse of J. U. Kennel, tu "aid town edit p. The eleotors of the township of Nc:thmKon to meet at the bouse ol John Fwcu- b, in said township. Tbe electors of the towwh!p of Irimer to meet at the scrawl bouse ia WuicQbarsj tu said town ship. The electors ofthe liorooah of Berlin to meet at the house of Archibald Ooraptoo, io fai l livjc ouxh, Tbe eleetort of the tnwnhlp of Brothervalley to Bwt at the house of Tubnts s. Fi-Ucr, iu bruti. erval!ev Townhfp. The eleciors ul the townihp of S'onycreck to meet at tbe odice oi'UiarleaAiiauk, io said town ship. The electors of the towmhip of Hr.e to meet ut tliench'ool honoeou theiVMul from .Vhtttia to Gil ford county, near the rcilcnce tf A. Whrtaiicr. The electors ot lha lan'iu.'b of Stoyji'own to meet at the hot.!e formerly ooeupi,ed bv Henry, Jt. Miller, io said borouxh. Tlie electors of th nwrtshlp of Uuemahonlns; to meet at tne house oi JjIiu II, iliTc in v.iCiU-i-b-HtiiiK Twuihip. The elector ol tbe twnhln of Allegheny to, meet at the house of Albexi iljUleaa, aival U'Wiisbtp. The bWbirsof the homuh of New Itottlmore to meet at UubuHuJ John i lipictr lo said bof oairh. Theeleebirs ofthe twnahip qr Conemauh to meet at tbe bouse of F-eter Levy, la said tuwo. ship. The electors of the township of Shade to meet at the h tutto of Jncoh Holiu in. In Mid township. The electors irf lha lownshluof Faint to tntet ut thesubiKtl boute erect. I uu the laolsot Heory Berkey. In said tow us to p. Tn lecitrrs of th township of .1 nner to m;ft at tbe huuc lonnnrU oecupohl bv Th s. ttall; ghcr, at .FcnfierX Ki-svls, tns-i.t-1 luwu'lilo. The eictors ot the Uwntilp ol Jetlcrsoo to meet at to, bouse of Salomon Id-Aer, in said town ship. The el tors of the biroaich nf .Tcnner:ovn to meet at the school buase in said borouyb. 1 make known ami ttire notice a dlrecti,t. that evry psfmHi. expi Jorftic- 1.1 the Fnce. wm snail ihdd any ulhee o( appolnf nunt of pci.hi i.r trun urnier the a,vrnment H th- tTn-tel scales, or l this Stale, or ot any city or tarp rated iti. iriet. whei her a rait.l!siici urbcer or o'herwi-e a falamliuate olbcerr aetit, wti- sha.l benn ploi.i anier the l'aUiive, taitcurvttr execa-ilr-j drpmutentof ibis S:ate orof the t one 1 Siatef, of nay city or ol any n.ri-iratpl d.P trict : an I sluo mat erery Mm aler of VTaf-e ami tbe Stfte Iaf-tatar, a-,d ot the srlfrt and CtTBin n cuunrii of enroll v. or emini!to'trs ot any iaorrirAiei tlistui.'t, is by Uw tucaohvof holOiiiit r xrciirtsf at the Same time the tifi e or appointment ot ju ve. insiectur or clerk o ny eleciioo ol this ('o-nmonwe ilth and thai In sirfeor or other f tb-er at any eleciija shaJi le eb tiible 10 any umca to be r.ted 1 r. I also Klveoiflciil notice ot th- roilowtn p-ovlo:i of an act approved March 3a, 1 6. Tht theqnsl Wed voters ol th-? several e-nmiies at ibe eotuuxrn wealth at xcaerul, towutrhip, Wi.uirh an t cejiit eleciioosare hereby bereattcr auttorixeii and re quired to vote by tickets printe.1 or wruieo, or partly priu'ed and panlv wfltt-n, severavliv elsst1l as t.Il;w -te tickit shall aiyjm the names of all .indtresot eonrts ro ei f r. an I Ubcldun ibaoo'Siiie JudtciMrv : m.e ticket shall embrace the onioes of all inneorti vo(tk1 for and be labeled State : on ticket iimll embrace ihe stamesnf all county oiRc- voted iV-r, ine'ailhia- tbe otthv of SeoaUrr. memneror memlK-rsot Assemnly H otd for, arMi ss-mher of CvnKrcsa, II voted fur, and be labeled Ufcuaty. COXDI CT OF THE SPECIAL rXECTION. Tbe election shall iu all respects he conducted In tbe same manner aa the general elections in thi (Vnrarti wealth are reniiiretl bv law tu t- iin. ductnl. and the relums thereof shall tie made, cvraned and reunited by the election oracrra o" the respe-tive dUtricts in tlte woe manner and al tbe wine time as iberttums of a general elec- ! uuu. DITIK3 OF ELECTIOS OFFICERS. It shall be the duty ofthe lurirfi. Smoect-ir and clerks ol each townj-hip, bonm;h. ward, precinct ! and ditriit to receive at the said election wa- j raie ticket, either written or primed from wb of the ualifrttl TotcTf tlirrf w ho nm ofler tbe ! same, and to depo-u them In a Nx or bnxex lo be ! er tne purpo- r-vm nie. uy the proper oibcera, which tickets rdiail be pritit1 at airaielv, one ia- ....... m: .sj.. rniuiiiiHtrj Ami'iMimui io th CoamtuUuo," and un ut kwde " For lit b. tt ott tbe outside Prohibitory AmetHl metit to ' -rih t.-to.y A irwr, Itin iu,' or Afxirrt ihe Pro h:lit(orv Am-j.-iii.e'it " tK o her adei on th o-lL-i-te " i:!"--..!.- .1 "Vf fh'-'MHMit to trje iMititil ti a.-.'" B".il .. tie ii;w4f.- 'bH-i!i.' -.!irfse Aioemt iMfit." tr .tii:-ii(f tli-Mid-uf' AtnrO'loienk." CONTESTED ELECTTOXS. R, t!ou 4 of the At apprtired March IScU, n-KaUtc- tl;e r-m ot courct a fo.'ouh : Sccriov l Li twenty nvt of the ijr.alined eieciors of a: y c.;u:tiy ih xat.(t tLc ci?c I'.ini fir"iT Ki cw.vi the eh-c.ion in anvor ail tiie election ditri. in said c. ui:ly, they my cr!iif.in e prv--e'li.t,''r In the :nri of tftiaj-ivr v;:ow 01 in b -?oi-o"y l y pftttioi; -ir: 1 by tlern. eM'iitf Pn iy (Le eaoMr of eiu- pia.Ut. r, w i.efe li :l -n:7Tt-'. tld eicef ifn is uimIh? of i!S tv i it b j.cr!M -n iiati ti veri fie1 bv tw u'i:v it of nt ha; .ri of" rtc petition er and 1-c ri!ett a fihiu f.iiet n dav after the eic tinn. whsroiin the iVtin 'i.-tti ontr ar.d direct that any muit'vrof the .p-aiinifi rlei-'on of viid fniui'T inav f.-v .ri m,..ttL-f to -did .inlon witiiio ten iUy a:i-J api-ar aud dcK-nrf ihe eiccinr.sw conittr-L At ti:c evT.-rnHou nf tnp ten daxn aSn"T-hi.'l, ih fc.i:d 'o :it fijnu prvoe-.l, ic opvn ourt. to iuvn-,.i;aie t- e rotup;tit.t and answer, If any. un i lor that purpose may roaxe all Decee ssr .rXiler", "mjiion w;iiiewe', eoiupel their at tendance bv auarhmfoi, onjer itid bwil-it boxos to le prrdu'el in t'oi;rt, recount the oailott for and nrfslu-a the am-n iinnta, if n-e.vary, reject ilieSHl vote and aaa-eraiu an! orrti: . So "the (Vovorn-str ihe correct aud lawful result of said ele tiou in ibe l is;rut Nii)tt-l, on or before the sr'wl Tuexlay f Aiut-i Anno lAmiui one tiiouwiad cufta eitfht buuiirvd aud enrbcy-aine. lu cie tlw court shall -eriiry that th-re was probuble C iuse lor ai:cli ci!itel. the comI thereof tihatl be paid by the county, othera ise by the peti UoQers. Q L' A LI F 10 AT i ON OF V0TEI; Kverv nia'c citiren tufnrvonc yt'ani of see rr-e?wi Ttg tite foiMw:n? . Uitnr"K'uifi.n, lihail f-e er.til)efl to vote at a.t rb-ct:..iw. rirvt: He nhall have bet u a ci-n of the Cured Stnles t It a-4 one tntH.th, Second: He bail have redded in tiie hi.tte oue y-Ar for tf. bavjna previmL'.iy leen aoiiaitirtsl ei'"!or tr uaiive tTT ctizeii nf the Siatc, ht fhait nave eiii'vetl then-troiu an-1 re tunud. tr.eu ix month.-i i:nnMtiite'y preeeli.:e lite eietn.on. 1 i.i.-d : Hh i;itll h.uc ridel iu theeicciioti (llirii t where he miU orlr u vote at fm.4 two nitH.ttu iinmeiliKtciy prvcelms the etec lion. Founti : It twerty-two years of aire or up wiLris herh:ill h.'.ve ptiid witttiutwo vcji! a Staie ttrCouiity tax. wlii'h nhall havi been a-MTve- at h ast two HHMitlia and pan! a- IcaM oiie mouth tie fore the clccUon. aS'ir twif.io-, Artidt Yl ,Woi L tien under my hand at my oifie at Somerset this 1 day t Mnv, fa the year f or Ird onetbousam' eitfht hundred ana eisrbiv nine, aad In tbe one ha red an 1 l.'h year of tbe I jot, pendence f tne Uultea states. StiennX.ri.ee. 1 K. & McMlLI.FN, Somcrx-t, .May "sV. J bbetiff. B. & B. A PERFECT MEDIUM. OUR Mail Order Department ArTord P eur out-of uw-n patrtmt every possible advantage of a lar0v and complete uek of DRY GOODS W ith Hit: (riisv only otitHiuuMe hy Diuaus of llie iariiv- 1 urttia-sfs i; niukf. Deal With Us Through Cur Mail Order Department and We Will Save You Money. PRESS GOOIK Ail priita from 4". up. nle-linl Press (hhIh at 1()', All Wool ilimlil--iilth I in-sa iiiois from H'k no. SiK-cial liaitrainsi, line A II-Wool J(iul.'le-iiltli lircsw OikmIs at "iic (."k: an l '.,'t'te ''iioil at irt.i. Hi'li"ii' at 3()c. rinriiulitr Itikh tuioil.s, otx: and on up to tinitit. iILKS Tli cn-ati-st stock nf Silks ever s iowti, an'l at im-.)iiii irnhli priris. r.tie iliiiitilf-wiirp Surahs, .ilu: ; tine Su- nih Stripes ami I'lui'ls, 5(-; linn (iros tir.iins, all (nlnrs, !i,lo (worth $1.1 Inilias. mk tip. Sivet ial liarv'ains in ti-Tj Imlias (worth ?5 1. '.'.I. CASIIMEUES Kiiii-st lins:in.l lowest priivs in C'rvaiu, t'oionMlaiul Ulark C'lish iiieri9. MuHAIllS. New, Our Own Imiiorta- tion.x. Fine J7-inrli .M-h:iir Mixturef, llrowns, lirevs anil 151(i-.s. at 'Jlo. Hollar Mohairs, M ini Inn wiile, at Soc. .'Ml' Sjl ini-s lit l.V. Fine Si-.,,. Z,.,hyrs at l"iiin l 2 V. l'iiR-st Scotch Zciliyrs at :i(c Lice Curtains r.in ! tK.ti.rlit thronirh the iimiLs ."0o uii. Se- our I'ataloL'ne for new- patterns.. Name the price ami we can j.ieaM! you. Boggs & Buhl, 115, to 121, FEDERAL STREET .ALLpH.3NY, Pa. It is to Your Interest TO BUY Yi'l R Drugs and Medicines OP Biesecker k Snyder, Slll'EssoKS TO C. X. BOYD. N'one Imt the purest ami bust kept ia stork, anil when linij.ii U'eoiue inert hy stand in, an certain of the in do, we de stroy them, rather than im pose on our customer. You can depend on having your PRESCRIPTIONS & FAMILY RECEIPTS filled with rare. Our prices are a lov aa any other first-tlas, lmase and oa many arlivlea nmch Kivtei. The people of this county sccui to know thin, and have Riven us a large share of their patroiiafte, and we shall still continue tupve them the very hna pauls t iheir i.toncy. Do not Kirjjcl that we make a sieeialty of FITTIXa TIIUSSKB. AVe guarantee satisfii' tion, ami, if yon have had trouble in this direction, give us a call. SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES in great variety; A full set of Test Iene. Come in and have rour eyes exiimined. Xo chare fbr xaini:iatioii. and we are confident we can suit you. Conic and nee lis. isprc!fi'.Ily, BIESECKER L SNYDER. A IMIMSTiaT(;!: S SoTfCE. f.-tiue f Si-.fiU I Milrr. lute of Mil- Letter of tt-iriuni-fniti-.n n tm' Atnive C!-tte hnvicif irmntil u t ntuli p-iimii! l.v tlie profM r inlir;'.y. (). t i- htrt'M- nvi-ii umil tHr jm.1i iiiiii-!t-H r. -aid r--tnt to mk liitnit.il mte piivitn'iit. m tiT- hMiic clHiin- HriHt the swiiit to prvtwni thfiu iny HUthrtiiirnu-! r ft. tlfint'iit on Hrtninlay. the 8th day nf Jiitt-. s&a, ul the iatt' risivU-u; of HfHt in Niil(.p Twd. iMNiKL Mil I. tit, WM. Ci. Mil. Hi. flr-- A-iuunL-trrors. ITUATdU'-S NOTICE of mlifin.i Ki ih.. f'1., ?te of?om- vv-t I t., .Mteoet o . I'. 1M. r of !i'1inii-.T-,:iim tm hv l.-re folate Ti(f-r niiihi.rirv. lit!:' i" t.ervi.v xivn to nil (MT-mm iiti.-ir,Ml r.i. i "mali imm-.li- ajiynK ut, ai:I tim-f hv jus clini H:nt rh fcnr o wiil j.rvini ttt.-i duiv :nln''Hi-Mt( d for Ha'ItrtM.H-Ilt un ntnr.lKy. thfMh dav of Jill.', tt-t tiie UU-rf.'.eiiit; ol d. -.-i--i in S-imT-t Twii! FKA.NK V. kHo.Aj, 5-1- Adiiniiwtnttor. A HFNT5? WANTPTi To rn- Ll '!'- lh- 1. . til . KsT. HI I'K-T l-iTK-l l.lsilKil i'.K-T k'VlWX M kisi.uil.ili ih- isiiiuinr. .l,f l.fUrM Trnn. CiKs-jnitjiMl rtlititTi. K-'iil iislnsl IMJi. ,V. 4 T. tMlTH (iE MiVA, XKW iuXK fi.ii .1 SJ Set" jour iii-tf irui tt in ;N4 A t toot rate. lsart s.s. .i-l;a- . , isir 1 1 5u na -I .l4.ii.ul i.ij." r.iiw. . atJj"1! let.TI Wk.TI). Co. f Oust "tMH J.F.Ar.N'.IHiiivii.Maiiagerii iLf ' c lib ArL, rtlUburrU, r KNABLE & SHUSTER'S BULLETIN OF BARGAINS! All Silk Sura!.., 4G Cents. . All Colors. rrinteJ lodzs C'Jc u Extra Faillo, il.00 . " Gaarantecd Black Silks, all Grades, Toe. to $3.50. :::z:::zzr::::.:DRESS GOODS. Clack and Colored, all t'io ne.r, desiraLla wears, at low prices. -TRIM Xew Lino Triaiminfrs, at prices tliat will interest yon. ;z:CLOAKS.: Bead "Wraps, $3.40, $3.90, $4, $5, up to $40. Jackets, $.3 to $20. XewmarEets, $6 to $30. Our shapes and finish are the best. rGL0VES, HOSIERY, AND UNDERWEAR-::: A conipli'te line of these goods at astonishingly low pnVes. , 0 tVA Pi I H a Ri LL ui 35 Fifth Avenue, i-WII.L GIVE MAIL DRIiEUS I'KiiMIT Louther's Main Street, This Moid Drag Storg is Rapidly Secerning' a Great Favcrits with Pecple in Search of FRESH AND PURE DRUGS. Jlcclicincs, l)yc Stuffs, Sponges, Trvscs Sitjrportcrs, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, &c. THE DOCTOR GIVES PERSONAL ATTENTION TO THK COMPOCSDISO OF Til I I M m M a a aa ttm in GREAT CAKE kEISO TAKES To ISA" mmm mm SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES, And i Full Line of Optical Goods always on hand. From such a large assortment all can be suited. THE FIHEST BRANDS OF CIGABS Always on hand. It is always a pleasure to display our ,"0od 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" O I HI I3ST I S iT O "WliT WILL. SELL. YOU CARPETS Cf ML G.-aios at Prices L:wcrtlian Ever 2noxn ia Vestcrn Pcan'i LACK ITKTAIXS. TI I'.COMAN' AXI) CHENILLE CUHTAIXS, CUUTAIX I'tlLK-i AXI) FIXTCKK-, K'JIIS, J.V ALL SIZHS COCOA AND CIIIXA MATTIXCS, AT U)VKST TRICKS. THE LARGEST STOCK OF URY GOODS AND DRESS TRIM MINGS, AT FOSTER & QUINN'S, Successors to Geis, Foster & Quinn. Danziger & Shoenbergs SPECIAL i IMPORTANTAKNOUNC MEHT. 'f nrr wir (JiiWiiiymiirrthtiHur-l.wtnj iwhirtiufuhi to purr tun" in each of our 7S P-p-iiimt.il; H.'n.i., It'.ng jrtrt'mUttrlij dirrrteil to oar Silk?, Dress Goods. Wash urxams ana upnolstery Goods, Gents' FurnijMags, Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery, and Furnishings. Oar enormom ntU-n in the .lepartnienU iviniire tit to aM lanre linm i,i!v and as tiie name imh1s) ran le pnn-ha! now lower than tliev were iinm-h earlier in the fe-usun, we are enatite! lo oiler our recent puri lnt-a-. at a c.rrea lHjmlinj reJuciion. ::::::.We are the Money-saving House for the PeopIe..: OUR ENORMOUS SALES ATTEST TO THIS FACT. We extenil a conlial invitation to al! our town -ixiior. to coiim ami mha . lail onieru rei-eive ruiuiit ami i-areful attention. SAMl'LE.4 SKXT OX AlflJCA- TIOX. DANZIGER & SHOENBERG, SUCCESSORS TO MORHIS H. DAHEIQEE, SIXTH ST. AXD riJXXA VII 1'ITISIWIIG. 510 Market street, and 27 Fifth avenue, PITTSBURGH, PA. THE LEADING MILLINERY AND DRY GOODS HOUSE Oflcrthe Following Line of Spring, and Summer Gocct- ::::z::::::::At the Lowest Prices in the City.; Ladii g' anil Chiliiren' Straw Hatn. Iiliin'pml Cliil'lretraTriiiinil Hat, lilies' and Children Wraj and Jackets, Ladies' and Children's Corsela of all kind, Ijt-e Curtains and Portiere. I'araaolg and I'lnhrellaF, tyle, Silk Mitt and (doves, I'Jc to $1 00, Kid i loves, 44e to J.'.uO a i-air. Drew Trimtiiinjf", Xotioiia, Jewelry, OUR MOTTO : IN GS.: UNUU I LI ft PITTSBURGH, PA. ATTE.VT10S Drug Store Somerset, Pa. : q OSL Y FRESH ASD PVJtt AKTtCLZS -o- Fabrics, Cottony Linens Lace ! White (kvwln of all kinds. Fancy Drapery 8ilks. with Fringes to match, Ijidies' and dents' Underwear, Dress Shirts, Woolen Shirts, at all prires, Ilimierr, over WK) styles, iniludinu the guaranteed fiist Llat ks. from l.V: to 7'ie per pair, Silk I'mlerwear, Silk Hosiery, 1rfjO d'.z. Ladies' flibhed Vests, l.V, l.V 1S', 2'i, 2.V, the prrateM Utrtjntnt ever offered anywhere. Beit Condi, Lewett Prion, Family Eeceis i -tin ii mi iHjiiinaai m mH