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The Somerset Herald.
j-.,, f.r t'ic wlir-ai of Katwi t: v.r i tliirty tiiiisiori b'.i-li- ; tfiu-.l.V r..tril.il n to !! I,.! ...li-rrr. show that city to I as fall f :.! love as it wa in the day of -or! oM Wiliiani Penn. IHkim. -.lie late flood tii 40,00 carp hi. h '.be Fish Commissioners hsa im j.,rvd to the 1'uited Uts at fntt tx , nr. J from the jond at Wash- .n-.n into the T'otnnisc. In.- ,.::iTki' Pat was otwerved in Hon .:.iio. !o-!wicb Island", on MsyTSO. the x.'ne a in the United SUWu. The Haw aiian snllien joined ith the Grand Army Mtersns in the ceremonies of the ijij. It is now estimated thatfcliWUWO iU n-j.la.-e the actual loss of the IVnnsylva ii i Ki;!rid by the late Hoods. Its lotweo from the interruption of its carrying trjj.lf ill, however, amount to a much Urii-r (am. To-my, the lv.h, tte j-eople of this State ure voting on the proposition to put prohibition in our Slate Constitution. Twoiiaysher.ee on the 20th the peo ple of Lliode Island will vote on the prrji;tion to take it out of theirr. II..N. Lavd.u.i. believe in the I M-.ii. ra-y "letting t'lfether." He n"g .. husevcr, to point out how Cleve iarid 's free trade chimera and hie pro-t-tion principles can be reconciled. hen fire and waler ctn he made to initial', Krce-tiaders and Protectionist ;'! iiuniioLi". Ai.K'.m i.i.vr are l?ir.g made to have the pnijKiHed new SUtteS of the far went canvas-vd by a bund of veteran cam pawners under tlie lead of Major 5!c Kiuley, of Ohio. The object being to bull 1 up and strenetheu the Ipublicau party and advance the industrial intor orta of tiie two Iakota', Montana and U axhiiif'nii, an Boon to 1 admitted to the sisterhood of Stiitee. Cn iv S. IIuii-k. the "rainbow chaser" of the in--t 'residential campaign, haa !wi elected Cbairiuau of the Itaiio cratic National Committee. Whereupon I 'ie New York ll'orM cruelly ahks : "1 id it ever occur to Cahin . liric "that Ms, Cleveland had him placed at "'.lie head of the JJeujocrat ic National "i'ampaign Committee beoaure Mr. ' 1 trice's check wagod for a million ''.lolliir?" Tiik extent of the Johnstown horror will, in all probability, never 1 accur ately known, but enough in known defi nitely to stamp it the mwt appalling dis aster ever experienced in tbig country. f the proajieroua and busy little city and iti environ ; ita houses and store ; its iii'.lln and marts of trade, all that can tie said is, "the floods came and swept them away." The very foundation are obliterated, and nothing but a few at ot tered buildings remain a monument to maik the site w here thrift aud energy, kill and industry made their home. The devastation is comfilete and irredeema ble. 1 nsurance is obtained aaiuHt the ierii of fire, but apiint the peril of flood insurance is not eonteia plated. It is rarely the caxe that something of value is not (tared when fire devastates our iioiue, but here nothing was saved from the Hood. They who preserved their lives preserved nothing else. Scarce a ijiii ii v but lost relatives; and husband less mothers and fatherless children are left without food or shelter or a ciiange of cluthing. l.ven the men that were left are temporarily deprived of the means of earning their bread, for the mills and the rIio and other resorts of industry have no lonpT an existence. The dreadful truth is that the city has ceased to exist. lint there is a future for Juhnxtown. Her remaining citizens, sorely stricken as they are. have not given way to de spair, nor set them down idly to bewail their losses. Sigus of pluck and energy and recUH-ra.;ive power are alreaJy being show n. The lethargy of grief is giving way to he ix, and men with aching hearts are putting aside their domestic sorrows and addressing themselves to the duties of the hour. The sympathy shown for this stricken cotiitnnriity is world wide, and relief is jsiuring in from every quarter. The wealthy are giving of their abundance and those more moderately endoaed are onerous in their contributions. In the ni-vrcyste, the snms so far contributed hk large, but it Uiiist be reniemliered tiiat the devastation is absolute. The survivors and there are thousands of them are naked and houseless and al most helpless. There is but a few months betseeuthis and the nipping frosts of Autumn, w ben all these people must be housed or endure additional suffering from the inclemency of the season. The Slate hub undertaken as a sanitary meas ure to clear off the sites w here once stood their homes, but it cannot legally con tribute from its coders to the rebuilding of ttieir habitations or to the support of those so sorely in need of help. Ia?t not the cjuickened pulse of sympathy be :.'.l-d by the thought that much has airvwdy been done. More, much more, is required. These be our brethren, and it is not only the present but their future that nmst be cared for. They must not Is? merely fe I and clothed now, but they must be assisted to become self-sustaining. All are called upon to lend a help ing band. No man that earns a fair day's witgi-s but what can spare something. He knows not when a day of calamity may come for him, or when he may be defiendent upon the humanity of his fel low men. Help the unfortunate now, and in one f.irai A another your reward w ill surely come. "Cast your bread npon the waters and il w ill return to you after manv davs." A Garfiold Monument In Australia. V.sniXi T05, D. C , June l." The Trwi hat recei-ed from William Candy, a photograph of a beaut'ful and imposing monument to the memory of the late Treai tut tisrfit-id, which Candy erected in his front yanl. The monument is of unique doiim, hritiK a summer house, an J hss suit a'.iie insiTiptions ou ttie stone front. A bust of Carnrld ornament a niclw over tlie door. Candy state lie is an Knglishman, but ha greiii love for Americans. -A Democrat Continued In Orflca. Wrts.To, V. C Jane IV It is re ported her to-day that Public Printer Pal liior bur re appointed the old superintend ent it tlie steieotyping and electrotypijig de pjjrtnsn t of the (orernmrnU tie is a good solid iHmnxrat and ha done yeoman er Tke fur hi party. The "Wets" Win ! The Prohibitory Amendment Given the Rizl--Dazzle. Defeated bj 10 3.000 in the Sttc KNK KKI HI.5.V IS PHri.APEf.rHU A S It AI,I.K-.1!KXV OH VTJIij. Somerset Borough Youa "Dry," Bnt lb Cttantr Records Mav Jrlljr r Fr tt09 t 1500 Aguimtl lite Anendmral. Be turns from tho County Slow Coming In. A COLD DAY FOR THE SUFFRAGE AMENDMENT IN SOMERSET COUNTY. The ISth of June his come and at tbia writing is nearly past, and with it the special election for the question of amend ing the Constitution so as to prohibit the manufacture and sale of malt and dis tilled liquors, has been settled by a rote of the people. At the boor of midnight the returns indicate an overwhelming de feat of the Amendment. Philadelphia, with its ninety thousand majority against the Amendment. Allegheny piling some twenty thousand on top of it, and Berks adding ber twenty thousand more, indi cate a majority in the Slate against it of at least one hundred thousand, w ith a strong prolmbility of it being swelled by the remainder of the Slate to one hun dred and thirty thousand. Tartial returns from the county indi cate a majority against the Amendment of from twelve to fifteen hundred. Few elections have been more warmly contested by one side in Somerset Bor ough and Township, than this one. Ear nest and indefatigable work was done by the advocates of the Aniendment in the iKirough from early morning until the hour of closing the polls; while little, if anything was done by those who con scientiously believe that tlie proposed Constitutional Amendment would not abate the evil of intemperance. That some votes were changed by the appeals of the self-styled temperance workers, is probable : but that the over-zealoug ef- I forts of some of the enthusiastic advo cates of the Amendment disgusted many of the thiuking voters, cannot be doubt ed. As to the vote on the Suffrage question, the returns from the State at Urje are too meagre to enable us to form an opt n km at this hour concerning its fate. But in this county the Suffrage Amendment is defeated by at least sixteen hundred majority. The following returns have been re ceived up to the time of our going to press at 2 p. m Wednesday morning : fomerset Borough For Prohibitory Amendment 14; Against 137. Somerset township No. 1 For Prohibi tory Amendment --io; Against 204; for Suffrage Amendment 19; Against 40ti. !cial to the Herald. K kwoot., June 18, 188U. Iwoikwood Borough For Prohibition, ; Against, 4' ; For Suffrage mend meut, 2ti ; Against. 20. Black Townshiji For Prohibition, 12 ; Agninst, SS , For Suffrage Amendment, "7 ; Against, 8. J. C, F. Milter. sjHS-ial to the ItcatLn.' Stoybtows, June IS. 1SS0. Majority for Prohibitory Amendment, 4 in Stovcstown Borough, and 24 in (Jucuiahoning Township. C. SpecUl ui tbc IIrAU. Amiisox, June 18, lSW. Addison gives "! votes for the Prohib ition Amendment, and IG1 Against. I). fyiecial to tho UrKALD. CoNKi.tKSt k. June 18,188!). Confluence gives 52 votes for the Pro hibitory Amendment, aud 3S Against. X. Jenner Township For Prohibitory Amendment, 103 ; Against, 177. Somerset No. 2 For Prohibitory Amendment, 3'J ; Against, 77. lcuU to tbc IlKRAl.tl. Vrxisa, June 13. I'rsina Borough gives for Prohibition, 21! ; Against, T.8 ; For Suffrage Amend ment, 0 ; Against, IC. Lower Turkeyfoot Township For Pro hibition, 2.) ; Against, 77. E. V. Yitiv. icia) to Ike IUra u. Ml-yerkdalk, June 18, ISSt). This Borough gives for Prohibition, 117 ; Against, UA.. Summit Township For Prohibition, 52 ; Against, IVO. E. Kyle. Special to the He&ald. Saxii Pati ii, June 18, 1S83. Larimer Tow nsliip gives 2G for and 7S against the Amendment. 1). Special to the IIiaAin. Ptiii.AniLt.pniA, June IS, 10 a. . 20 wards out of 0.1 give 54,170 majority against Prohibitory Amendment. How MIX. ciai to the Hekaui. PtTTsmm,, Jone IS, 12 M. Allegheny county gives not less than 20,000 against Prohibitory Amendment. P.obuble ma jority against Amendment in the State over llKi.uuO. E. B. S. 5 ptrisi to tbr HiaAl n. June 18, 1SS!). Bradford county givea 1,1.10 majority for the Prohibitory Amendment and 500 majority against the Suffrage Amend ment. Pike county gives 400 majority against tlie Amendment. Lancaster City gives 3,439 against it, Bedford county give 550 against Cam bria County 1,200 against. Berks county 2i,000 against Columbia county 62-5 against Beaver coonty, J,.V0 for. Ve nango county, 3,300 for. Erie coonty, 3,4'K for. Luzerne county, 1,000 against Lancaster county, 9,700 against Mercer county, 4.000 for. York coonty, 3,000 against Fayette county, 3,300 for. gpecia! to the OcutA I lV-df.ird Gri...;h fives' jl ifcjOr.ty j agairuH Prohibitory Ati-n!tr.ent. j FverJt Jioroogh give- T" majority ior ! the Amendment. P:tt-!;, P.t., J 'ne IS, l:-'. !L S t i.i. : Indications from half the oouriti-s show a iimj'irity of otse hundred thou sand aptinst pnihil-iiion. Tiii-T-UEs. peoal totlit HxoMk PiTrsp; m il, June l!. l,"-0 a. m. F.rie County LT(t aiin-t im-tuding litv whkh giv 4 thouejnd aiiinst amendment Philadelphia givea 71.000 against amendment Allegheny county givea 25,000 againrt. The state give at least 110,000 against Good nigh t c c. n. Special to the 1 SKALD. PiTTsBt ia.H, June 19. 2 p. m. Allegheny county givea 2",0o0 against Prohibitory Amendment Majority in sUte from 100,OtX) to 125,000. Good night. C.L.M. Quick Tim and Improved Train Servlc to Atlantic City Over the Pennsylvania Railroad. The outlook for the unimer teason at At lantic City was never to promising as it is at present, and the prueiicrou " City by the Sea" was never in so good a condition for entertaining and amusing il summer guests. Kntertainment ia the sense of affording food and shelter i all that i mjni.-cd of the At lantic Ci?y people. Nature furnishes the rest, and ehe lays sea and land, eky and wind nniler tribute to aid in accomplishing ber ptirose. The great Seaside City of sum mer pleasure, resourceful a it it in all that U attractive and beneficial on sea and land, could never attain to it high standard of popularity if nature' ally, the railroad, did not lend it efficient aid in rendering acces to easy that the average traveler count the trip as nothing. The facilities affonled by the Pennsylvania Railroad teanhore branches will be greatly improved for the coming season. They have always been maintained on a scale of liber ality uriapproached by those enjoyed by any other watering place, but a progrwaive spirit will, this tunnner, be manifested in ninny, and (triking improvement. The Mimmer schedule will go into effect on June -"tn and it will present a service of train superior in uumuer, speed, and equipment to that of ny previous year. Tlie roadway of both the West Jersey and Camden and Atlantic roads have been retwllaated and re'aid in many portion in anticipation of an improved, ac celerated and increased service, so that tlie new schedule will find both of the Pennsyl vania Atlantic City line in prime physical condition. A large number of express train is promised, and the very ipik k time of tran sit heretofore made between the Delaware and the ocean will be materially reduced. . An innovation, which hard-working busi ness men will appreciate and the resident of suburban towns and neighboring cities will find most convenient, is a late evening train from Philadelphia. It:s projiosed that this train shall leave Philadelphia about C:3o P. M., after all the afternoon connection are in and .'Ul business is over, and arrive in Atlantic City for late uppr. It will un doubtedly prove a popular movement, and will oftentimes save much hurry and annoy ance. Another new feauture will be a late train up. leaving Atlantic City at 10 31 P. il. lor Philadelphia, enabling visitors to Sid tlie evening with friend and return the ante night. Other fast trains will run at convenient hours of the day in both direc tion, so that every one may find a leaving and arriving hour to bis taste. Two new train of considerable import ance have been added to the schedule within the past week one an early morning train, designed to deliver the newspapers in Atlan tic City before breakfast, and the other an early train up for the accomin station of those who would be in Philadelphia before nine o'clock. The equipment of the summer trains will be greatly improved by the use of new coacbec and by the substitution of new Al toons built Parlor Curs, such as are run be tween New York and Washington, for the old Woodruff Parlor Cars that the march of progress has left behind. With these sujierior facilities, and the ad vantage offered by a eetitmlly located sta tion easily accessible from all portions of the city, and in direct connection with Broad Street Station, travel to Atlantic City by tlie Pennsylvania Railroad holds out to its patrons tlie strongest inducement of promptness, readiness, and comfort. Work at Willlamsport. William "mar, June 16. Barring imfir sren delay, Williamsport will be connected with the South Side by bridge in ten days. The work of erecting a trestle at Market street will begin to-morrow morning, and in a few day a temporary bridge will be con structed. The contract for the erection of tlie new iron bridge was closed on Friday evening. It was awarded to the Berlin Iron Bridge Company of Cincinnati, who have let the preliminary work to Bowman Jt Lyons, of Mauch Chunk, by whom a large force of men will be employed to-morrow. Steps have been taken to replace the May nan) street bridge at an early day. The cables broke at the opposite side of the river and the bridge held by the cables on this aide floated around and now lieoti tlie north bank of the river. Of course the towers are ruined, but tlie brid) is not a total loss. The company have advertised for bills for replacing tlie structure and as oun as possi ble tlie contract will be let. In the mean time a steamboat plies between tlie city and the South Side above the dam, landing at the Locust street w harf. The first train from the North to come in over the Northern Central Railway was the day e i press, which arrrived at Ii5" yester day. The Niagara express and fast line went North as usual yesterday, and all trains will hereafter run on schedule time. There is plenty of life about the little canvass town in Brandon Park. Cpwards or forty tents have been erected, nearly all of which ore occupied. The occujaints are provided with cot and blankets and ucb other liousehold articles as they may need ; which, in con nection with what they may have saved from their homes, make them quite com fortable. The camp is in charge of Captain Kvan Russell, and is guariled night and day by several members of tlie National Guild Another camp haa been formed al the west ern eod of the city by Sixth wanl persons wbo did not ears to move so far from their former homes. The camp at Brandon Park is visited by many persons in the evenings and the liveliest scenes are to be witnessed there. Child Attacked by a Fox. New Castle. June 15. People of Harlans burg, a village nine miles from here, were treated to a novel sight Thursday last, when a fox which had been chained ill the yard at tbc Russell house, freed himself and started out on a foraging exiwdiiion. E-.iterinr a neighboring yard, reynard wiib little cere mony, snapied tlie beads from three chick en. He then ran into (be Maiii street of the village where be espied a five-year old child of Merchant Jordon at pUy. H an instant be was upon the child, and before the score or more of sperU'lora could realize the situation the little one' face, arms and legs were fearfully torn by the sharp teeth of the fox which continued it vicious attack nntil killed by Thomas Russell. Imposed On the Farmers. Gbeehshi sw, P , Jane Ii A man named Andrew Kibler, wbo reside at 1 trobe, has been traveling through tlie north ers end of this county soliciting money which he claimed wa to be given to the suftfers at Johnstown. lie worked princi pally among the farmers, telling them that be was detailed by Sheriff Byers to solicit fuads and succeeded in getting considera ble sum. Tbs Mni ffsvtdtd, OoTt.-.or Ii-v-r luil n rom'.t 6 t i!.e Lefiiyitte I bur! je-tero'y aftimortit with Mayir Filler an! Messrs. Man, Reeves, Huliersnd ';;.. reprewr.:tirg the ci:::eru' elu aotnniiltne. relative to the distribution ol'tlui !vfi toi.trilijtc.l for ibe usurers. The t.'-ivl of the Governor's visit was Affile ptuVjse f consuliin,-: a r.umSef ttf finan cial men reUliveto t'wf l.-W) en,ersncy dmft. Al the cu-ic'.'i'in of t!.e session, which w-a a private one, Oovt rnor Beaver Siii-i : There is ::o noul now fir o tryioc to gi-t sign's t j an i-lemrsity bt-n 1, for I'hila delphiit lias vain ensue to tiie rescue end a numlsr of her Irinkin m.tilutims hsve "ilen-d j t .i.".oo 1 ill.',it svi:rity mid free from all tax until the L --'.-!stu-e wit a an sipropri'.ion to repay there. Tbe only security tb?y hire is lay word." The Governor lias appointed as commis sion to aid him in his work, Edwin H. Filler, Thomas Dolan, Robert T. Ogdeti John T. Huber and Francis B. Reeves. Phild -!pLU; James B. Scott. Reuben Uil- ler, 8. 8. Marvin. Pittsburgh ; John Fulum, Johnstown, and II. IL Cummin, Williams- port. They will visit the stricken district at once and determine tbe directions in which tlie fumis entrusted to them should go, be yond the supply of food, clothing, etc., which in now regularly and systematically going on. Announcements! FOB THE June Republican Primaries, -TO BE HELD SATURDAY. JUfJE 22. '89. Is tlte E vfUx Amerarf Herald ; Yon w:ll riea-e announce the ftillowine named genticmi-n nili'l;c for ttie vnriottK olliees fli-xli.-iiisl'tl, at Itiu coining ttepuliucan I'riuiaty .lecnow. Attest oxo. K. crxi. CHA& C. P1I4FBR. Secretory. cam. Kep. Co. Com. sVFOtt ASSOCIATE JI IXSE, WM. M. IJOCIISTETLEIl, or SOMERSET SOROCtiH. Pulijeet to the dcciton of the Republican Pri mary r.ieruon, to oe Hem tuiruay, June i4f. -FoR ASSOCIATE Jl'IXiE, JOHS II ZIMMERMAN, or SOMEB.-ET TOa'XSUIP. Subiect to the le!lon of the K?pnhtirsn Pr. Diary hli-etiou, to be held baiurday, June ii, IW. Is-FtiK AHStK'IATE JI DGE, GEORGE W. PILE, or soaERsiT BoaocoH. 8n!t)eet to the leciijon of the Kepilhlleiui Pri Burt Kiecliou, to tie held Saturday, June lstl. -FOK ASSOCIATE Jl'IKiE, WILLIAM COLLINS, or BOMXILSKT TOWNSHIP. ant.j t to the ile iion if the Reiuliltean Prl mary hicctiou. to tie held Siturday. June !, ly. T-FOK 1'ISTUICT ATI OKNEV, L. C. COLRORN, OF KiSUisKT 1K1RM I.U. S-itiject to the it-eirion of the KeTntiHrn Pri ma y Kii-ction, to be held Saturday, June J2,eV. -FOE MSTRKT ATTORSEY, J. C. LOY.'RY, ok soMEifirr soRot'f;ii. Puhject to tlie dectM.in of the Repiihllcan Pri. mary Licctaic, t tie ueta baturuay. June 4 l?5i. -FOR roOR PIRECTOR, FREDERICK WE L LER, ' or SOMERSET TOWNSHIP, Bnr-jvt tnthc siecision of the Kt?phtionn Pri mary li l)trf,, Ui be held Saturtltty, Juiw 1, lsy. Thiinkii.ir my friends who kinity votml f.-r roe vbt-n 1 v AJa rMiMlMnte out vvat m, I itynin rf tVc inywlf a cjAJididaur, aud tniet)y Bttlioit Very Rtptful!ya ALEXANDER CO TJSTR YMAN, OF M1MEK.-ET TOWNSHIP. Puhjeet to the c"cci.lon of the RenutillcAn Pri- rnary tiectloli, to ue netti Aaturoay, June issv -FOR It Kilt DIR:CT)R, CIIA UXCEY II. BERKEY, OP SOMKEJtT TOWSsntP. SohJe-t tot)ie0eelsifn of the Renohliean Pri mary tle'Uuu. to lie GCIU tuniny, J une It, INHtl. SPECIAL BARGAINS 1- IN MARKED DOWN TO CLOSE OUT. Tinsel Gimps marked from 50c to 25c and from ?1 50 to 25c. Silk Cord Gimp, a good pattern, from 50c to 2c a yard. President Braid Gimp from 50c to 25., and from 1 to 50c a yard. Ronrl MdI anrl Pnrrl HqI Idd-jqp UuUU HUl U1IU IjUIU II Ul tilbblliuj W 50 to $2 50, f 5 to $:l 50, $i 50 to $7 $7 50 to $5, $13 50 to t'K rresideut Ilrand Panels, $1 25 to 25c. Seujto25e, 50c, fl. Head Sots at about half price. A few SlIfll'MlKRCiiriwC in rasseinenhs rie and lUnd Jr and Collars, nice for lrew or Wrap Trim iiiinp, a! irre'lly redticeil prices. BLACK LACE FLOUXCIXC. ! BLACK DRAPEUY XKTS ! A large line at specially low iwices. Come to our Trimming Popart ment for Triiniiiint! of all kinds. We have the largest and liest line in tiie city. il FIFTH AVE., PITTSBfUGn. PA. Physician' Residence and Business FOR SALE. InU tkUnptoqiiit the pnicticof Merltriot n4 to iiMv hmmv. i nrVt-r for mile my let m tit.' nud Uurt in s.ij 'wtim 11, Ht.iovr l tiMiuiy. ami wiih tlirui pit pmi will. Aim wveriiU pivevs m liind )Tin ui enitvl if iwid town, which 1 will sell with lite ho um " Kjur-sUfly. Th htr.ise ia in ecftifiit rmir and newlr miiiteil. It (tmU;ini tea ruimin mt lnrt otti'v, tHldr mitny lrv- cUmt and rup thwnU, I i der thv wW hi-e is a eelbtr tnwhi-h pirthiajr ver 1 rt1 w-. tin tb mm Utt a wih-bwirt au4 tMke-OTfii, a latrite riirii. a KnHtkf-hnie mid oi-r hu.idiit. FljzMin wwlt UmHighoit lb Ifntnli mid brtH.ttnf the anrtton. KitfLt at the hmi-k d.iur in nie of thv Ixt wrMt in the omnty. I'iitf hde tree, in fnmt of tbe hoi, and Ute gunlt-u t..W with the ciait fruiu of all kind- The hu and lot are In the bewt rwirt of 4he town tm a corner on Haiti fOnt with wide aiiev. or raliw-r net, on oie Fide utul on the rear- ArriM tliU alltry at the rewr w aa on hard and on it a larre nMe with mom for three thfnew and ftur iow ; nhaoa lnrerarriae-hnnt?, eu. TIim orchard is tilled with fruit tree f the choice- kind anJ is very produrUra. Th' I wJi with the botue. There are about Jf tp of land Just ontside of the borough bmiu foe cultivation and for ims (rrt. The mrrharr will ffet a property pr-jrvided w !ih all thiMP tlnnfr with which a iuaa uriMunds hinlf ia hn penoajtent rHMne. For terms caii oo or addrem, DR It H. PTTEmn, Suyetow n, bomem.'t Co., Pa. XOTICK. All pernoiu knowinff themwlvm to he indebted on my huoc will p!cace -a(1 and rt tle anK -on or before AugnK lt. After that dte all aojuuv remain m)r unwttled will be pU)d in the hand of aa oftu-er fur eolieoiioo. A GENTS WANTED. un JL1 uli? of the I.UKt.KST. OLIiE-T-KSTAB-i 1 l.lf-Utli. BhtiT KNOWN M KHKKIES IB t)i cuuutrr. ,V't Librml TVnsa. L'nmnalrd fa. lit Ultllm. E.-tnl.ti-.he.l IMS. W. T. HiilU. GK NaVi, YUttK. HOBflE WARD j Taachere- Enamlnatlons for 1333 Tviaciifr' eaaniiiiatfi will b laid at i ;be f-iilowing namJ (.'oos ou th dle af. fxed: Kockwoi-d, U'CTlneVjy-. June filii. Jcr.mr X Uos-.la. Friday, June -lat. 3u!i!!acnce, TLursdac. June mSM. Somerset, Kri'lsy, June is'.li. feiiAiiksvilic, Sitoniay, June 2tb. Kerlin. Monday, Jit'y Jt. Pine tirore. (Larimer) TuiIay. Se;. 5J. foU?bi:rv, Wednesday. Sej-t. iih. Jfeyemlate. FrkUy, Jx-pt. Gth. I'rsina, Tcetlay. ejt. loth. Ktw Lciii,rto!i. Wettnoday, Scit. lith. New 4''entrerii)e, Kriiby. fy-it. K'.tli. ."t. y-twR, Tuesday, !t. ITtli. 1'eibef. Tliurstjy, Srj. It'iU. ripecial examination al Somerset, Satur day. Oct. 4lh. EairainaliuB lor Profraiional Certificates, at Berlin, Tuesday and Wecdnesday, July -and X Teacher already hold, rut profesakMial cer lif.cwJea, may be ezamiiied along sriih the profional class, in any of the higher branches, and if found proficient, will have such brandies placed unn their certificate. Tbe examinatuuis will betn promptly at S o'clock a. m. Applicants should wme preared for writ teu work. ' Xo valid certificates will be granted to ap plicants under seventeen year of age. ' Candidates will not be re-examined except for special and satisfactory recsons. Director and friend of education are in vited to be present at the examinations in their respective sections or districts. J. Jl. UtKk.IT, !kUL!5, June 4, 'S3. Co. Snp't. ltirectors not already supplied with tbe latest School Laws and State Report can secure copies at tbe examination. B. & B. SiiornxG by Mail TIIBOL'OH Ot a Mail Order Department Can be done with safety and tiisjtch. In every instance the customer, whatever the" distance, is puaranteed satisfaction. Orders are pot in tbe hands of competent people as soon as received, and filled to the letter. The prices toout of-town cus tomers are invariably the same named to personal buy ens. Our stock of Drem Stuffs and Silks is kept constantly tilled with seasonable goods the styles always include the lat est productions of the best manufactur ers. Our prices are always the low-est- In Imported Fabrics, Novelties and Black Goods, we have never shown such a variety of goods, nor have we ever seen the prices approached. Thousands of yards of dollar (roods at 50 cents ; $1.25 (roods at $1.00 ; 7o cent goods at 40 rents ; 50 cent goods at 25 cents and 35 cents. SILKS. A rery large and choice line of elegant goods. Extraordinary oilers in India Silks. Surahs aud Black tiros Grains. 'Von will find our prices ex tremely low. CASHMEBES. The place to learn shades. Fifty shades alone in SI Silk Wurp Cashmeres. All Wool, 3.-inch Cashmeres, 55 cents. Silk Warp Henri ettas, 38 inches wide, 75c LACES Many excellent bargains. Boggs & Buhl, 115, to 121, FEDERAL STREET ALLEGHENY, Pa. It is to Your Interest TO BUY TOI K Drugs and Medicines OF BlESECKER 4 SNYDER. 8CCCEOK8 TO C. !. BOTD. None but tbe punwt and best kept in stock, and when Irupi beeninc inert by stand ing, as certain of tbeiu do, we de stroy them, rather than im pose on our customers. You can depend on having your PRESCRIPTIONS & FAMILY RECEIPTS filled with care. Our prices are as low as any other first-class house and on many articles much lower. Tbe people of this county seem to know this, and have given us a large share of their patronage, and we sliall still continue Utgire them the very best goods for their money. Do not forget that we make a siecialty of FITTING TRUSSES. We guarantee satisfaction, and, if you have had trouble in this direction, give as a call. SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES in great variety ; A full set of Test Lenses. Come in and have your eyes examined. Xo charge for examination, and we are confident we can tuit you. Come and ee us. Respectfully, BlESECKER & SNYDER. D 1SROIXTKIS OK CU-PABTN'EKSlfir NOTH'K In hrtvbr riven that . R. (Srnrrr. nf the lino nf l. (i. Keitr On., Hcrlin. l'a.. clwirinx to retire, nan, thin lt day nf June. lsaj. mild all hi tiitervitf to the remaining- niemtieni if the firni, and tbe eo-iarlaen.h!i brreinfure exlxtiinr between IIh-id Ium been diwolveil. Ii. t;. heitx and J. V. keit of the former linn wilt eonttinifl the l.uin- under Hie Srm name of l. U. Reii 6i t'4i., as liefore. and aauiineail the lialiiiitien and awta nf the old tirrn. I'erwina knowine thein- nelVHi indebted to the ttria are reiiutteU to make aettiesaeut. Thaukinr the aablie for tbeir khmihu natmn- a In the paM, kope to ivrire tlw unw in me ituure. jt o. KE1 1 , 4t Ol. juoel-St. Bauus, P. ACCNTS WAPfTKO WO THK BOO Tolins town ORROR, H -OR VALLEY OF DEATH. A larlllinr mmiil r th arnl fl.v-l. nA their aiinliinit ruin. Umnliir dtwriptiou of the Uotruiim of II.HM4 K.i iiiea, I'aun'he- and Towns, and ThousandK of Uvb : liean-rending B-ene, Hejiaratioii of Ixivel ( lne : Ta'.w of He roic Ieel, Narrow -ape Irom Death. Hr.voe by Fire ; FiilTiiteriiiK Hie Hics of Vietiin ; lreadAll 8unerlur if tht SnrvlvoN - th Rmm t'aiamity of the linim. Knlijr illu-Jrated, heml viiirty i-erna m aianit iir outnl to save tune. Term liberal. FonhM A MrMnkln Uia-innaU, uliio. 6 llMw. Ramarkable Restoration of Sight. Mr. Uus. H. Taylor, ol Indians, lodisna county. I'a.. lost all tierce Dtion of odieits in oneeys UiruuKli rsurnct , and so nincli of ttie utliei a to disable hini for work. In February last br ba.1 an liation bv Dr. Saillrr, oculist. No. t4 ruin arrnno, 'I'itls buTgh, wbirh basrea ultrd in prrfrct rtrst ora tion of the blitwi rye. l!y tb aid of rLafs he ran now read the jntH -r'mt at tlie natu ral distance for rwuii njr. lie did not unr five minute pain f roru first to last. Tbe Doctor has succeeded in restoring k'ht in afxteea ont of serente en chililn-n born bliud with cataract. All per sons wbo have crook ed eyes, young or old ran positively have tbem straightened by Ir. Madler. Wesk sigbt is often owinK to irregular refraction and ran be corrected. Delay frequently cod ia permanent danger to sight. SURGICAL OPERATION MinTcr.-its a -c sow t ui TO rrr. 4.it acrS asai Ttte iitt!niiur na-rt!ve of tiie JMuaof a fa tier aud Mia will iwwre iot'W;a the rvdJurs of tbi ripr- frtrM!'.'. of Xa'-kattita, Hieh., auy ; I lwateJ '.a tti. Scv five rar3 ea taiu dwitswly nwideA in Troy, X. V. My fri.-r.lst!.l-T s !, kaow that I hare eeen a rn-ar a2'r trom Ctct th piirHt iAiu of Troy "!!ol Bright's Disease of the Kidneys. Tbi-y fcauitly cvofel thus ihm was co l :p for uie. A-i lat rowt, I co;ija.n(eil liic of llr. IUtM KeniJCiIr s Ktvori'. nf medy, m.ir at CtTHiuBt, N. Y yi know. TL remit ts lia lwrt of l:i!racie. A:', tin tirribV ryma.oiJf cf diene of the kidney are . nc. Ih wouW be-(T-J'lKa ilie cot of euedoilar f. r roeb a blrwiiiz. or reinse tbii token of sratiti..1e !r bting utrfect iy curJ ? But aiy recovery - D A ssore reniar kaMa than that of n:y aoo, who, hea a boy. f---ll from a fetu-o, bruiiir.j bi lee. wtok-h was fcilos ed by d!ea of the tone. Laifi" piece weiw re moved by surgical ojjcratiom friin time to time. Hia v. Bleod Via Impure and tbe ftmireto him was dark and gloomy, e peatiur to b a belpiei cripple for iile. Hilt llein ntmr when IMS f iwlnt. Hv was indueed to try Dr. K:metly' Farorite Reioedy, and a uch a I am writina thU yraiefiii acknowtefireim-nt, hi teir in heaie1 up. tie uov uoikii with iae, do tit tlie uork of so liie-botiitU man, and bore other vhj milter frooi kiduay or biood dinorder, wiii use DIL KEXXEDrS FA VOlilTE HEM ED Y". nsrjiiZD ev Dr. David Kennedy, Bondoat. X. V. ft per bottle. tiix for i.V By all druggist. JINANCIAL STATEMENT BOROUGH SCHOOL. I DISTRICT FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 1, 1889. RECEIPTS. rtaiance on hand at butt settlement t Vt ftate approjirialion KS fj a-ih rei: d tniColle-ur Kn-rar. 1 Ji fn " " " Vt all, r.. i :M " " " liii-ka OS (.". ' " Kifer !iVi UI " " Mitiriir. 2.l 13 EXPENDITURES. Am't paid for teachers' wares tJVA 00 ' " jauitorv and bremall ltrl ;.-s " " inel . iw yT ' sehool luppllea., -.'4 ( r lepair 413 ttl 11 " ' otiierextieiikea. 111 -7 " on biaidt aud interest.. km " Hi-ereury 'Jr (in ' " " Treasurer . 1 57 SKH 01 Ovcr0raa... f an SS VKORG . PILE, rrwavrr. IR. To caih ixKited X13 13 CIL Ky onlt-rs fuid ... 3C13 IS A JI. MrG&lFF, OMrlor, DIL To gross am't of iluplicaie '8S...... $ 3JW 5ri CKa By ara't paM over to Tpbm- t 73 attateiueui allow til taxpay er 9 ?J MexotierailoiuaDd ivnwtt u al.;jwv!. HS 4fi rtiioiiiinMuns alluwe1....n f " bai xt dtw on Uuplicauf.... 407 u f:?J0 fS Am't due with penalty added- ?tW si L. M. JIICK', QtttfrU, DR. To bat . fount, to te due at ln-t Bettk-iueul.m f ,6 N6 CR. By -ah paid to Treiwirer. ? TA " tAuiieinUoim ajKicomittVnii 1h jt JOUS A. WALTEi:, Onof, VR. To balanrv found to be dtie at M-tiU-nH-ul W 01 CR. By eash paid U Treasurer bal yet tlue ou duplk-alv.. $ JO ot 44 01 6-1 01 VEXRY KRECAK. e.vt. To balanee found to be due at lat eitleuieul li:.. J2S 2) CR. By rash paid Xa Treanirer I 1?0 00 ' exotierHtimn alloHe1 2t . balautv yet due ou dupiit-ate M M 13 20 MICHAEL KIFER, CoHertor, UK. To balaiH'C found to be due at last aeltleiueiU I 12 M CR. By rah m to Trvaaiirsr.., efMmuiwHm allotted UaUui-e yet due , 7 7 " RESOURCES. Bal due on d.ip. of X B Mcrift" f 4 If. St - - J A Vallor. -I) 01 ...... M .. , Kroner.... M ill " " " " M. Kiier, NS 02 LIABILITIES. Mon.1i. ontstandine t 4:U0 (10 Onler to K. II. bulall Jkl UI " boiaeniet County Buuk 4 t 47H4 ss ExeesH of liabilities over remur ct. '. S6 tt'E, the nn.lenijrni-d Auditomof SomctNct Iior- onis'li. ht-rc-i.y t-i-nily tiiat we have examined sn.1 nn.lite.1 tlie voli.-lierii amt Tripcni iertaiuin to tlie Sirt-iroitix MnteiiHiit, un.l liiiil lbem r-irret-t. In testimony ttiM.r.-f have allixe.1 our 1iuii1 and wail. tlii.4th .taT of June. A. 11. !!. W. M. IKK HSTtTLtK, -KAI.f M. IL B. rtVM A N. kal i. IL KbKXKK, -, raAt. f YDMIN'ISTRATOR'S NOTICE, Ktate of I'rry Walkr, der'd, late of yilrord Tv. s.nnerm-1 Cvnuty. Fa. Letter of A.lmin-tratKrii on tlie above estate having been Framed to tlie iiu.iep.iKne.1 by tt.-e profvr aiurwinlv, iHiti.-e ia hereby riven to nil pemms in.lelted to mt.l e-tate to make immedi ate ivtyment. anu Oie bavuur elaimii Hxaint tiie Mtiie will firerteiit tbem duty aiith.enn-Nle.i for m-tilptoent ou ir ln-hrre ?iiuniay, the '.Ttii ftar otJuiy. 1KS!I. at tbe late residence of dee'd. iu Jdill'ord 'lowitehip. SAlirri. J. BOWSKR. J.I.NAT1IAK 1. WALKER, junet9. Adminisiraton.. . mm- Iff;! 53 3 Sr-'t al alSs::-! v t, w f- mm jSh -c'Siifi i--a FERNER BROTHERS' Reliable Close-Priced Shoe Store- Petiole Congress I This cnt represents the Kmer son Petiole Congress in Kuni;a roo, Porpoise, Cordovan anil' Calf; 1ms a iloulile (rore one being plaretl liack, and the oili er in front of the ankle-bone thus preventing tlie strain of the rubber on tlie ankle-bone anil preventing the jroreminst being chafed ami defaced by in terfering. Without question the coming Shoe is the CiOiSnaiHiE S S i GiJIITIEH, LADIES FINE SHOES &&WiX?'- F,ex,b!a ---. "V" T, TfTTf T ACC FitMn;-nli' SI "A ts nd Shoe. Abw.Vd ' XJJ J J( aaxVOiJ Working SboCT, itij L-ai)i.rcuuater aul iulc WE respectfully call attention to the fart that we. constantly keep in sto-k a large line of the inost seasonable and most serviceable goods, of the Utest styles in the trade, and we always invite comparison of oar prices withtho of other dealers. CALL AXI) SEE VS. FERNER BROTHERS, Somerset, Penn'a. ;v-t thii rir- l.t'.-i :': i n.-tet c- 11K. ilM-llH :j".K N: 'in. a.1,1 :irmi.lvi rii.iu'Kv bes r xx xx 'iy:.r.ir t. . Mi..x. ; 'Ps' n:;":ure three ;n i i jivvm ea sk !::. r.-: ; mta r..'..-v Til p--C t't.w 11'!!.: iv ; .1 't --:- i .v. . ;i.- I ' 1.. -I .!: : UwV i-- :i-it;; i i '.J . i 'lt Yi-.AK. . .! U of . A ' Miil j i-i i . :. -t :.'i.-l.-.'U w tin- -tti LiMiwi .. nVtiimt trrt jr : ;.:- -.t- ii li-:i ciptirvJ Uf ii.-t::r u-!!ti ii.-n u( a:i .v T. ct met rJty iitj 1 i,u V irta-:tNv (nir ? iil-i.ry"s T' tn h the "hiM.i KltMir imith-in tif 1pHh, i:ut. mk iiiir nil ii- i)tiii:i,-p intt' b'-chiihi, U m Al U-Ul S-tii't Vi tinitt (w.ii't'i-- i'i..TV i-?ra! n the rr rI tJinn li-tii. nit-It t trm .ntfr li.-u il pj-'jiiirL?; imn iiK'Mur ia riiix:!:;. ni the brrttd kt kwM and ukh f.r ftwrnl '.ay. It ii-j ti.v u,t nunt6 itiiti twJfnv. a ii iali-Mihtit-'y Triirv, n-tiiiiik b;it the irir til : it ii.huuiv turr. ht itt hnit ttw !,ftf-t aud ih t ; 1 1 it Ws oi TnU eoimtry, anil by mr improvtI wvr Unllr I'rture i-xir"t from win'! ail it- uuiri liiwis ( liiiitio. inr-iei.il -if Iftiiiii: ilft'iu if info tlie interior ura-i i ilotir. a- ! liie cax. im UtT tiie fii y rwrn i.i iiii-iinir. At toe pbiw 'trie tl:i.- ;it'i:rwiii n!it-ili whit-t'f-t, i:::tei lf 'if li-?tl in tinwoTfi, t.-i!i5 at one.' th tt-t, ln-i..rh '.j-t iu i chw-n-t i'-i.tr t:;it ruu te j JOSJAH KELLER, Somerset. Continued ttt Sv pt-l'nwtd. Wanted, Mora Room. MAKE HOME BEAUTIFUL ! BY INVESTING FEW DOLLARS l FLOWERS! io .Estiib. to set In the Uun, hardy ; Ampelop . lin!y vi:n ; iva uui' i:i kw' .trk.-iy fr f-t ni.niis or t-ij : t u.tn a n ;i.iiu;n.', faiwy caved, rery fine for th nnnieo er bay wiudow ; KM'uifntum for the lawn; t'..i-i, (nuny roiorn, for bed or lt:ie ; IV:ii'.u, f.ir the yird or lawn ; Kphonlla S;:iMidr.M : Kuncim mi jrrrut variety ; Hvervrs, p'lden aid white : Feri in (rrt-at va ri'ty ; 'icr-iuiimi in creiu var'ety. '.'i irriMs; and pceiittil ; H'i:rt::-H- iiihlsrut ; M'Mialitu- Mus Ui'.Mf'n Mii-tehwtiw or Mu-k ; Vt K:im: or Ahin'iWi Banana : (iraud 1'innj t-r the yanl ; Miioii l"ioer ; !iiiirnn-t;a ine ; urhfiuo ;ni f.lio ; l'eiunin. dtible and ilwarf Taritrkfatetl ; Panties, the niu-t kiu-N , 1-Lo-- in fine varitiy, hardy and ni'Hiiiily : T i;!innr-iA. Verbenas, in preat variety and lai-- n timbers, 50o to $1 per dozen ; Vinnis. inaiiy kind-, arid very many more beautiful thiDjcs which cot little moiiey. ALSO, STOCK Of I VEGETABLE PLANTS z so w i:i:aiy. Caiiliilowreraivi CrtJiy-e. l.-et fairly Sorts Celery, hue I'iiinv-Rnil o:tn r het kllpla : Tornato, leailing kiielh in tH and from ocli nmrnl Sweet Potato in Large Quantity. FOR SALE AT ::::.:Akers' & Baumers'::::: ziA.imi-'.'v, 81 Franklin St.. Johnstown. And at mv fft"ntwti?'e nnd GaMen. Mnule I-a;iL". .:dr by ULiii pi'(juitly ut tender I Uk ALVAR AKERS. ut FIo'.v.:ri and Dvsiiriw tn yiowt-rs onr i-ne-ciulty. mu!.ll. PUI5LIC SALE - OF - YalnaMe Real Estate. THE UNDERSIGNED .Vtsninktrabw-find I Irnttt' lur-tii" I1 K-fjtU of Suiniit Yotn:-?, ldU ttf Jeiff rwiD 'lwltip. Ntiiir'i r.Miuiy, l'a., i)i'i'aMr1. wiU in inir.iianrf tif na rJ-r o't S iie i'v, cxj3v Co pMbiic ou the prvmw-s, uu MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1839, At 1 oVUwk p. m., the Mlou-in? R-l E-liite, Tiz : I i.itinie tif itirif ttntiinifHi' irat or pantls of Ian, sitiittie tti JelForMtn Tovvn-htp. c-or.ntv nnl f-rtil. coiiijiiiiiii:; in i!u an-niite Tiirve H'lii'i.-ed rihI tHti:ty-s('ii afn.. in-n or ic, wtjiiiiiiK 1imU oi wrif w. Hay, Harry Kilt, Al'Trtliam iiHnvn. Nif-.MJ(i Larroit, Javib La van, Abruhuaii iaiher aud vtbrr TEIIMS. One-third enh on t!ic I't of April t!io Kil nnr. in tour ttst il an.mal iuvm mik frm J"i if uilht.m iiiU-r.-l (ill i'ir-. A:t rthe 'Kim att'i t sithh ar, ail the wiMmv Maall n- reive i he m:Tt- on tbe reniaiitui- one thml itnr.nie htr hfftii!i, tnt at h.-r dt-atd pntirt fal to le it id to tiie hfir oi the riwtumt. I'ty n.iiu tt e tvurel by jiitlnint 1hhI on lii prerniM'M. Ten Hr fMit. o! i-,e vutire purr-ha- uniiicy t be iwiidrn dy ot uie, or wtvurvd lo be (uil. The above dtsn-nhi-d Cartn i l.K'Hiid in a HlnlillllbtaOli itO WhK'll tiUTH U tTfPiel two tioti.stj, Itkrgu barn, an I .y.uer oJibuil-img i. Over 200 ACRES 200 Honr. and in a em-ad state of uHiviion. with an abunla.a(-e of irmt trv. iva(in of appien. idiernef. ptwhes. pttin. Ae. WaU r riitmuiff lo thti htuise. Aluo a -u-ar rump, w iib nugur ve mrls, that will tjesold with '.u- funu SILAH il. rAM.K. Administrator and TruU"e. Gin. F. CtirNTtt ysia. AiictiuiKer. jXKcrTuirs sotice. Eittate of Jthn Fahllibrer. dee d., lute of Addi on Tuwn-'bip. f:iv.'t ('(Hiutv, Pa. I-etter ti-stnmentary on tin above' tftufe Iist iinr betn irriinU'tl u the undenped by ibe prui er Hiniiority, not iff hereliy jrtven to all )htn4mis initbted lo aid eMate tt uiuf iiorni.-ti.uU' pur men t and tlnwf huviiijtr rluitu tr dt-tnatuls auaiut ihesame will prevent (hem only autifii-titat-l fur iileiin iit tli In. tit delay to t!te un deri(rned on Srittirdny. J.nt '. at the lute lejUiU-ijee of deceased in AliiMrn Two. BAkiiAK.V K.Vill.IMW-R. may Exeeutrix. pARM FOR SALE OR RENT. I wt-b to f-elJ or rvnt mv FARM, onWinir of 170 arr, about 14-0 of wli.ih i elt-.r.-l Umi. a:nt it.ervmaiiMier m timW'r.and well waier el. 1 'hut farm t-oitoale! SmiI Ii aest of Stuhlftown, adjuinin the village, and tia-s trecletl tbereon a GDOD NEW HOUSE OF 0 ROOMS. And KCehen, Trr i "Vlhir. and Sprine House Cel lar. A never f.tilinj: rintf hy tli- bou.e. AIm. a !.mr Bank turn in ct.l reptir. Splcrdid Urch urtt. ( ouiu aud ee il now. wmii, an tins m a twd tin? to ee w ion laud l worth. This advetiise ment will appear only twir. GEO. JAMCS. ttahi.-toH-uT Wetmorvhind Co l'a. i!uib,4 M 5Art S'i.il yt ur i:.0 ytur rate ' Aijff : tl l cs. o l-Iine" ttuiu Abintc Wated. Coos tr. i. F. t W. X. Iaulin, Mansers M -lib Ate., l'Utftbur,; I'a. -nJSE "J YOU CAN FIND ptar wi CI In ltTTrnr- M l tifrrt.iiifi' jtureau REiaiTGTOlT BROS. wbu iU cuuiishi lor ttuf eriiu m U.wi rtUat : ;i ri"ti--!!- i t-c' ; y -i- KNABLE & SHUSTER'S BULLETIN 0. BARGAINS! , kJi.IjO.Xk..'. All Silk St.r:i;i. 4t tVt;t.-r. Ail Color. Etnt r..iii'. ?1.0 Cuurautft'il Clat-k Kk.. ail Croiloy, t i-i.."'. :zzDlESS GOODS.: :; L'ltiek aua Colored, all tLo new, dcilKkli'c wcarj, ul lo.v jric-,:. -:::::zz:::::::::TR I M I N GS : -v"":::-::--: ; New Line Trirnmin,!:?, at prices that will interest yo;i. rea l AVraps, $:J.4. $ . $.-? 1:p to $ 10. Jackets, $3 to $20! XewwarkeU $U to $."!. Our sha;03 arfil finish ai-e tho bc.t. :zGL0VES, HOSIERY, AND UNDERWEAR.:::::::::::::::: A complete line of these goods at atoiiMiirtjrly low price.-?. iloLL tt 35 Fifth Avenue, Si-WIM. CIVE MAIL Okl'KiiS PKOMIT Louther's Main Street, Somerset, Pa. This Model Drug Stcrsi: Rapidly B:c:nhg a Great Pavorits with Pccpls in Csarch cf FRESH AND PURE DRUGS, Medicines, Dye Stuffs, Sjwngea, Trusts Supporters, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, &c. THX DOCTOR GIVJB PH30JAL ATTENTION TO THK COVPOl'XDING Of PIiyslGians'PrescriBtiQns i Family Receipts OREAT CASS BSS'i TAKES TO ISA" OSLY FRESH A.fD PC RE AR1RLES SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES, And f Full Line of Optical Goods always on hand. From such a large assortment all can be suited. THE FIHEST BBAKDS OF CIGAHS Always on hand. It is always a pleasure to display our u'Ood to intending purchasers, whether they buy from us or elsewhere. J. r.1. LOUTHER, M. D. MAIN STREET .... SOMERSET. PA. FOSTER & QUINN, 13 and 15 Clinton Street, j"iomi:tTismoi"Wi:N" WILL. SELL YOU .CARPETS Cf All Grades at Prices Lexer than Zvjt Zacws la Astern Pena'a. LACE CURTAINS, TXttCOMAX AND CHENILLE (TUr.VIN'S. Cl'UTAIN ruLE-S AND FIXTt'RKS. KHiS, IN" ALL .SIZLS, (XK'i.U AND CHINA MATTIXGS, AT LOWEST ruiCLS. THE LARGEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND DRESS TRIM MINGS, AT FOSTER & QUINN'S, Successors to Geis, Foster Sc. Quinn. Danzigcr & AL III Wenrruose nJ,-tngmnrt thnn imlii'i-ii iml nmei.U In p-irr!,.i.v ,,i ';m- 75 Ih ffiiiiiiritln, attei,tiit, Ulna ptrl'tciiLtrl.j J,rrlnl lo our Silks, Dress Goods. Wash Fabrics, Cottons, Linens, Laco Curtains and Upholstery Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery, and Furnishings. Our enormous sales in these departments require ni to add larw linr daiiv, snd as the same goods can lie parrliased now lower than thev wt?ra iiiih-Ii csrlier in the season, we are enabled to oiler our rei-ent purvhaseb at a cjrre pondin rvilnction. rzz:We are the Money-saving House for the Peopic.:::::: OUR ENORMOUS SALES ATTEST TO THIS FACT. AVe extend a cordial invitation to all onr town visitors to come nnd mvn M ill orders receive prompt and careful attention. SAMPLES SENT .N APi'LlCA- TION. DANZIGER & SHOENBERG, SUCCESSORS TO MOHEIS II. DANZIGEH, SIXTH ST. AND TEXXA VE. riTlSBURG. 510 Market street, and 27 Fifth avenue, PITTSBURGH, PA. THE LEADING MILLINERY AND DRY GOODS HOUSE -Offer tho Following Lin'e of Spring, and Summer Gcoda- zzAt the Lowest Prices in the City.:::.:: Ladies' and Children's Straw Huts. Ladies'pnd Children's Trimmed lints, Lsdies' and. Children's Wraps and Jacket., Ladies' and Children's Corsets of ail kinds. Lace Curtains and Tortieres, Parasols and Umbrellas. OOOstvle. Siik Mitts and Gloves, I!)c to $1 00, Kid (.loves, 44c to llMIO a pair, Dress Trimmings, Notions, Jewelry, OUR MOTTO : iinTrn" flili PITTSBURGH, PA. A1TEXTI0N' Drug Store Shoeiibem'' S Whitu (ioods of all kind. Fancy Drapery Siiks, with Frinp's :o match, Lixlies' and (Jtnts' Cr.Jerwear, Drew Shirts, Woolen phirts, at all price. Hosiery, over WK) styles, including the guaranteed fast blacks, from loc to 7"u: per pair, .Silk Underwear, Silk Hosiery, 1 ,-" doz. Ladies' Kibhed Vests, l.'lc, l'f Lv", 22c, 2"c, the yr. ,' Im-jiuhji ever offered any a here. Best Goods, Lowest Prices. JO ! Lil, PORTANT AI01C MEET.