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, 4 II , 1.1 f "" gKOR-'.E E- PCULL. Editor. Antm-st It. .-.vEil1 f rvrt cases ' B.esecker 4 Suvder's. i k J-Js of traM" " Biasecker & Sr.y- . -'s. r- -'asses n'3 Peai Blewecker A i- Vr. i y-ine in all colon at Biesecker 4 i . .;,e dltferent odon of extracts at Ble- . tr -t Snyder. ctTc i above the store of Kneyper 4 v-rser. Call and see - "" J. B. Ext bee. ,rl Water, bottled, recommended by I ., , r;-a. to be tad oo'y at Biesecker ft i. . t -' so"" ' n ,,: ""J''- UP 'ke .,.,. fretUtra;in. TLi is tiie firrt tiu- .-"rant Work ,; tbe catpaiirn. ! .v.?.; -.da water at Blest-rlcer ft Soy. I ' t.re. Tit on'r p'.aw !n nc 5 pre vm caa et this del'ciouK at-d tsi.t.g i - ..L..'. dinrict of Bait township Ca.ro Kt its r'ta.e appropriation of ,. rvt tw f.irg physiology and byci-:-e cicois. .-3 e..''a lumber company" has been .j iy I V.r.-'iutyu tinar-cier. ll.e i- ma 1-- of sawdust, and i-by. and is s . lo s ii rx-Oe bill jr.d pi r. 1 -!. so c'.e all Vxx k aotiimls within - i thlry days, baring sub. out my ;..r t' " pur-. I nw-an twins-. J. It. Smli s. ",V :iv' on Land a larc nnnit-r of stood - . t 1 i. !i " will "I1!! in inn' it;-- '" , ., - !,.i-t. P-i.s-s vi ry r-i.-- !:iJiU'. l artl -. liae putiriv raid. Hoi. mocc Fw. 4 Par-"-. A N.n.iii;.;.rdiT ;r JT , prar-i , y; ii. mi r. i!n.ii July I"''-1- Tb i," .;cve U-avf the fame at ths : i i.:l. t- r rurn n me. A. H. ITrsTM. t ? SeirreriKUS yr. Our farroers sbouid , a .tr-.-.-t ax-iiunt of the bu!.i!s of wbeat, J , ta' H", etc., raided, to as to be !o;;ve strU t acrourit wiin the .:;ve riiiin comes around. I jr.? .-.turtd an r.tSr alOTe my ol ,;. :n tl:e 1 'd.i Fc'iwws buiidiri:. where I , ' u- f. . i at ary time durng the next -v l.r s. Alt persona bavint: accounts to ...V i n my books w IJ please call, as my . ..t r."t iuw 1 settled cp. J. B. 5Tr.KH. y. .-i. -t arri. r. of Mlrwovi'.', baa two . - t-re.1 siiver-Ualre.! kye terriers that ; on the day of the fl-xxl. and were t lieir mother. The box ft atl ' h.t a.-ali:t tr. Tbe mother junir ; ..;'. . ii the dhns. ra-jht the side of the , j with her tee'U, and held on till all were a r.,i m paper prints the following. ; .. r. ai' hi ";'- is ap?en lJ t On the farr.i ,v . l.tver.oo.1. near Freley-vi'.le, M.-ni--!.. rv c-.unty. one day lat week, one of ;.,-. p,ee birth to a pair of twiu ta'ves r ni'.n-i-r.s. and another pa'r in the , '.:.. The one pair were Aldenieys. and . .. r Iut!.ani. y ... j ij. (,;:. of Everett. Pa., fays - "I . 7. f.-r years from kidney and gravel ,. ,'o p! vHans or meilirine at home ,. a- y c I finally iMtedmy form , - . t- at K.-.r.d..o. N. Y.. a: d betran Sains " h.ti.i,'v s Favorite Ihtuedy, of Kon NY. A tew words to tdl the reMilt. ; ..! a -r:' itiy well and happy woman ;;a,:i:S s id out ir.y stoi k of goods to k ny.irA Frrntr. I wi.h to estend t- -:.s to riy jaTons for tt.e:r many fa v - '.lie pa--i i- ste years, and bop .... .;: o-r.'li.ue your trade a: the old stand w ;; n ,w firm. I would nuTiiraftiJ Kr:;if T ,t Femer a. bonet and np rc: y'tr.e m-n. w hom y.-n ail anow. as t ;i v wt-T ra.!ed in yo'ir midt. J. B. S5VPEE. Ti-e f. ll.wlhc letters rertaintng at the .n..- t ;h ,-t . tllce ill be t't to the fead he '-T "ti. T at Wabinpt.m. IV C if not a'.-d :..ritl.io ten days from this date, a - .-t n-h. i A hMi. MafT- i Pamrft. Edmund: '-. .:'.. In nato : Fooebe. Mrs. C. R. ; K-srik. l..ti.x.;!i : Horner, lldward W. ; Ho i, .- J'i iM.it C , Ijen-neo. IV P ; Pnoli, A:-.:..:..a . U.1L2. Mr. Visf.nio : Kiravr. .li:t S'::.niaket. I- A. ; Sumitree. C. N. fa'.'. A rat. M-: Fn-ier.ck. ;. : jitepbens, A. C. ; Sttuti Mem. Kmma ; Walker, J. K. COKVBOTH. P. M. Ii- -. r a t ake -lory. The other day some r3 "-i a ri men on the mour tain near Tyrone i;..i.-i a la-L-e -rake with a rooue in its r.i. As the r..-ke crawUd alorsjt "be ol--r.e-s ti...-,iSiit U l.ke.l l:ke a rattlesnake, lit ,aw that it had Co rattles. The men t-r, i.i.lt.i to fi.-low the reptile and see what 1: . uld do with its prey, and after awhile ti.ev -aw it retM-h its nest where several little -t .,e we-e in waltit .(L. The old snake tore t - e rv.ise into small raor-r', w bii b it fed to t'teis-.teones. and while they were busily a tig. it jratbered ,:P -!s rat'les and pat tl . in n th. tr plaiw on its tall. It was then rv.dei.t thai ti.e old snake had friven its rat tles t the jour? fmtkes for playtiiirp". h V it had cone in search of food. This is at-vhst-ry. but railroad men always tell frf. L-ttt truth. Ti e r. ,C O. K, T.. will run sj?ial trains : ::. 4L.h t tit-ial nur.ion of tlie Lutherans , ! S itipM County, to be held in Brant's ?r.-ve. Si mi rset. Pa., on Thursday. August -ii. T L- ts will be oM at the following ra:- f r ti.e n utid tript rrtr. TX. Sa-.i Pa- h s a. 5lo.:..,. i i " .? V.i sai l! i:-T " .. .' .a-ref " -IS l.T t. - OO - . r.. kw.c-k JO " -- 3-- ' -if- .1 'l! 1 Co ' :.. Pi . :m - - i ll ( l.ti..en. .."Ki " N) Cr-:,n !(' " Ti rillke;.n tl Pi " .1 a-ln an !i " . -3 .1 i ibj .wTi : ft " - 1.15 i-tl.e! Vi " . o 11 siversvilie .:.-t " M . -e.!..wr. 0 0 " ti -emans ! jl - -3" Fr.e.iet.r .!l.r)j .I' St y Vr pui u Z) Arming at Sora.Tset at V 11 A. M. T.e-tt-t.ir.g train will leave !-mersiet at G Ot1 P. M. wartet: : IV-l,-.. a.id Furs. I will y the highest ca ll eew r f.,r all kin.ls of hides, -its and ft. I auso want .v.i cords of Ban k Oak tnd - "it IWk. lm cords wanted at once. i on B.e at my residence, imme!: ate t w.! of tl,e S. C. Station. H. G.Ct-wif.-a- Crovs Mctins. ere w;U Iw g-Yiee me-ting held on tbe 'c ical esmp gmand, near Somerset, Pa ng on Frnby evening. August 10th, 1 continue about sii days. After tbe td t-"'iion on Surdar nMning. communion fyt will be held Minister from abmad -' he pnrect d.irlrg the meeting. No a i i s-.,,,n fee wili 1 charged at the gate. A l lr.i;cZ tent wili be on tbe ground Ah j-rx .iis i-e :nvue.i to attend this meeting. A. J. BiaL. Pastor. Church Dedication. Ti.e nrwly erected Kvanit-'ikwl churrii trtl lVt. f,4 circuit, Soers district, Pitts ' "' Oa.eT-nce. tijeated 8ve miles west of J ustow-i, m tlie Somerset and Johnstown V -e wli ls dediiaited to tlie iieeviseof the 'fi'netnsl ou Sumlay. August It, 1S!. ' p Ih BubU, It. .. L. L IK of Cleve t'. is eipected to otSc-late on the occa sion. M'nisters and residen's of tbe district are (tonUaily invited to be pnssent. Ext. T. Bui, P. , W. A. RiTsiaoEB, P.C. iiyudautit t -ui.ii.ii iii. cotariK'Uce-i An- j pn - lr.1 j M.v Marion Wrig'it. of IWifrd, is visit- j tug relatives in SunteneL Mr. Fr:;k E;is lias tm ap; jia!-.i ost- ciaster at OAtn-tt, this county. The Bedford County Fair will ha beld on the lin l, ?rl, and 4th of October. John F. B'yaiyer, aad tirai'y, of Phiia delphi.s. are sending a few weeks with fr.ecix in town. Mcr rain luts fallen throughout the country during the seren months of lJ, than HI during a similar period in tbe put eiehUjun years. Tae timi'.y of Captain M. R. A Ums, wbo fills a very desirable and honorable position in the C. S. Senate, are spending a few wweks w;th rthitivea in Soiuerw-t. Our gelal fAnuer tnrnd, Mr. Albert Wri-.d t, of pUiuy rw-k tjwiu-hip, will pl.-Ate aeceyt our thanks for a lak-t of thoice ap ple rtieeive-' at the Herald otfir-e last week M. It. H K.Kjniz. of I'lTlln. ba aot only the tl.-iest marfcle w ris ia the county, but also the !Ht, best e-i'iipc-ed I; very stabie, ha reretitly built a la-"e shed and i-juj-fbnabie ortiee. The Aunua! Convention of the W. C, T. I"-, of Somerset Couiity, will 1 held in SoinoTet. &i'tenber 2nd and 3rd. Mrs. MAri.ni B. 1U'.t, of M." -hi.:u. iii d. .iver a:i .-5 I I..' His !':' -h Mr. I'lt::utj; 1 I'tup-iiL ho i iiv;nl if a d'-pcirtment :ti the iVnsion ortiive, in S a.-M--l:v""ii. It . wttii his wife an-1 datiirbter.. an- i-iiii; at lh' hin' of M r. lVar-tii's fatb'-r. ('.mriii.-ioiM r Will Aiti-i .ii, ;n !.! tlM--i'h"t'.. - Ti.- Nititii Antij..: ( ..:ivriiti.n id" the W. iiu n H-jnw and Kr-ijia M-ssiotiary S tiety of tbe Ailecbeuy Svnod w.U be held in I ue Kvanelical Lutlii-raii Cban.ii of Swiu ert. Veileily and Tliund.iy, AUfTut lith :iod lii). Coioiui't'.c i:jr at 1 o'rhxk p. ra., V'ednefdjy. with l!n- u-oal preiiaiin;i-y nieeting. The wo'k of exi avut.i.ft the ixiiar fi.-r the new Kiit N'a'intial Huj:k hiiiidi:! waa mm nienced T iclay nH-mit-. The buitdinp will be pit ut.'ler cons rait at om-e, an 1 will ! p'i.bei to a indy eon-pletUm. 1". iie a ba:!-ia!iie aiid u!tAJitial stnteiiire, and wid be n'lile an addition and ornament to the town. ! John Ycld-ii, alias lies. K. F. Fleroon. the ! col.r-d l'l.t?huTg pnauber, over wUoe re-p j utiiti jti from th ;.r-nior of South ( aro I 11 ita ) much di.-tut.anre was male, baa i been tried oc the thaite i f murder, in Fd.re I li.tid, s. C , and nj litt.-.!. The trial was ; short, ;.harp a:;d roil. 'u.-ive. Tlie late pris i -ner U wed p-.iarie-J. hut some S-ars of vio j Ui..-e uie 1 p.'f -cd. I In a recent letter trora ie.';e ii. Wali.er, j who enjoys pertiaM as Urge an acq-iaint-' am-e aS aiiy mati within the cciwir.es of the ' county, he say : ' My first sui)-rpti'n to the lh t Ci was ..!C:til -y Jochua F. Cox : in IMa I have be-a a continual su! rentier ' it:.-r that time, a pe:i.w f 4. years." The ' h-,nU has many 'edfat old friends ; tiirotvbout the county, but few of them ' antedate Mr. Wa kir. Talkie about tali oa s. Mr. Isaiah If-s. of Si meret town-hip. brnudit "veral ssa'ks into tbt nilb-e Saturday tbtot mea.;.rrd pre ci? r six ft et. It is a nw vari'-ty to tins region, and Mr. IIe ur.f.rtnnately coiud f.ct real! the t.me l.en l.ere. It e;rows v-v even, at..) the bead are iarje and fill. Mr. Hess thinks it wi.l yield not leva than fifty bti-he'.s to tiie acre. He would I ke to bear from some former who can beat this. Mr. Tom C Ilittntta, Washirpto') coree ron.ient of the IV.isbi.-yu Ft who has boen el.asir.g over the mountains of this (.u!y the jsast niunth insean.h of recrea tion and pure air returned to the capitol city Friday morning, where he will join the staff on ex-Post master t.enersl IlatttHi's Wash it. pi n Tr. Mr. Har.ntim is a voluminous and eraceful writer, and now that he has crawled out of the " soup." we hok for bira t.) t irn his merciless batteries on bis former companions wbo linger in the pot. We would recommend a term or two at rr..f. Meese"a norma! school to our friend of the C..mi-r"t., and would advise biro, to take a special coarse in arithmetic, paying . esjs-t ia! ttttntioQ to tbe primary lessons which tr-at on the addition of simple fi-r-nns. The Professor will certainly find an apt. if not promiaiiitf pupil, in our doubting j brother, and we imbiipe tbe boj that at the expiration of a ain.-ie teim be will have suc-cee-ird iti tfaibii'p him that plusr ' niaes V. Meanwhile thellEaALf's sub i ription list ill continue to grow, and iw reiuiers to multiply. One of the saddest deaths we have been i railed upon to chronicle in a ln time is f j that of Mrs. Kerr, who died at the home of j her father. I'aniel Trent, in this borough on ! i Sutardav evenirir. Mrs. Kerr was called j i from br borne in Ohio to the bediiile of her i mother, who was tboouht to be dyiiip of 1 malarial A-ver. While aiMing in nursii; i her mother and only sister, wbo was aleo ill J wuh tbe fever, back to health. Mrs. Kerr 1 contracted the disease, which terminated j fa-iilly. Mrs. Kerr was in her,ili year, ! and was a consistent at.d faithful member I of the Ph-cipies' church. Her husband and ! two smill sous survive hr. A te'epram announcinff the.irata of I'r. J. j 7. Cowman, at tbe home of t. pareiiu in (.liambersburf, was f.etved in Somerset T ;--5lay morning. I'r. Bowman hxate.! at Meyerxiale soon after p'a i-ia'itii- from Je.f erson Me.lica! Colleye. attd bad e-tal.lihe.l nu te a fair practice in that town an! vi r.tiitv. only a few weeks po be was nnr ried to Mi-a Kitr. da i.-hterof J. J. Hob i 1 eii. of Meyersdale. tiie weii jirt having been p.it4-poned f.r several weeks on aitcoont of the illness of the (Troom. AtVr the weildina !heorilal ou;ie went to tlie d.rtur'j o!J li.smein t'bam'.-rbiir? W spend the honey mton and on arriving, there lie was taken wi.h typhoid lever, which resulted in Ids .Wth. The announcrmeiit of the death of lr. Bowman, while not unexpected, was nerertbeiess a severe shock to his many 5 ;nitrset friends. Arjtnmctit lor a rew trial in tbe case of Joseph and IUvid Nicely, c nv.'cie-I at Alay term tf court for tlie munler of Herman Crabertrtr, was -j:nmncei before Judges Baer. Snaver and Pile this, Tuesday morn ing. Court convened shortly after .) o'clock, when his Honor Judre Earr took bis seat oa the bench, his throat wrapted in la-ge iu"iiir !ndAges, s'tiowing that he had not . iveovered from his recen t arlliction. ' "We ar now ready to bear the argument j in tlie esse of the Cummonwealta vs. Josepn and I'avid Niceiy m-Mion for a new trial. Tlie Sheriff will bring tbe prisoner into court," said Jud.-e Baer. A few minutes af era-arils SberifT McMillen appeared in court, followed l y the prisamers. Both were ttiy drws-d, and freshly shaven, and bar rit!g ti e jail palor of their cheeks, looked much stouter titan when they first appeared in onr oxin-y Court. Mr. Kooser state! that owing to the briefness of the notice given it wa impx-ssliiie for Mr. ('essns, wbo was in Philadelphia, to be present. It wss not generally known to the public tl.at tbe argument ld been set for t.eday. and consjwjAently tlie court nom wa de wTtel. only the members of the bar being Mesent, and m et of them were doaing in ii still reixrwe of the room beors tlie ptK-wslirurs were fairiy under wa-. Tbeent.re morning session was taken np by Oer-era! Cotl'rotb of counsel tir dt fen's, arid the afternoon sei.n by F. J. Kooeer, 4 tlie CoBimonwealth. Court adj.ramed Tuetiay evening V con vene at 9 o'clock "We Jr.ewlay morning, when the I'lstrict Attivrney wili dose the argu ment for tbe Commonwealth and W. H. Koontz will perform tbe same duty Sur the dtfenae. The ' Maroons " Still Losing. The "Manuals'" -:dre.t a we !1 earueJ d. fcctut the bainLsof lbe"Jeuner Farratra " on the home imnis Saturday. Tb Ha rmons " as aa organization seem to be af- fi.ited with a Try sriis rise of" swell bead,"" aul a mewiurea are speedily ta- j keu ti reduce U e sie of lUii abnormally de- j s:loI fancikn, we predict that Somerset's !m.e ball dab will soon moulder ia the coid. old ground, and that ninety or more cta-rooo-co!ord toes will be turned towards the daisies. The "Maroons" play great ball in their minds if one niay be permitted to judjjt from the endless conversation on tbe abject to be beard around the corners of "Camp Tacker," bat when tbe club appears upon tie diamond, the bright anticipations of their friends ars on soperseded by feel ings closely allied to disgnat. It reiiiires constant practice to play good bail ; tiie gaoie calls tc Lhebest eiertioiis of alt tbe moscles of the body, sarin? tboae of tbe iu.i!tb. It would be well fbr the Ma rixma " to keej) ttisa Cict in mitiJ. The aaie of" old w " mjuirvs. little, if ati eierlioii, cordijoixii:ta!t pratttii-e make the old tinier more prodiient than the be-itiner in the lay roiivemeiits nj3in-l to play the (ratne. Tbe - Mapjoks" miiht find it a pasUiue more in ! l.rioi.ny with thttir iiuliaa:iina than the National frsme, a its fi-atures are not suffi-cii-ntly aitTAi live to draw a crowd, and tbe placers are at lil-erty to exerci?e the noLy tna hinery of XXiviT lunfjs witliout dlsturbsnf the p'.i.ure of any eioepliim theovw:lve9. Saturday's patue was a divrai-eful eib bi Ikiii, ah i i-oe thai iioik our llitii in tiie Mar-Hi.1 io ? Ljr -h-wintr for ii iv lo tilt: Jorrll!;; It Allt 13 t-Mil -rii d. Kwry t tubie advantage wa ukeu of the "iiim- and no fitvor was shown them. j The ?maH lxy in on tbep.r.'iin ! early, j an.l h'.-.i!.ht w th him l.i-i l.i.!et, i.ienei. ' i-:ir-M-t vc.e. tli;tt never tiii-i in f.urhpj j j.-cr-, aud ioMi'l-. ( tii.t iMt iiif ciuh. The I va parity ul the smail i.y seu-l iol-ein-! ftvt.ovs Saturd.iy, as a lumber of the " Ma- I nj!is " a-ai-lod him iti his vtiUra'.ion. T!i empire, Mr. Sije. came n for a fuii share of the hi:--, and jiL?s, and the ' M-Pons" ap-ca.-vd to t Kard him a !i: subject to tmll d'.iie. In jus'.iiT to Mr. Sij-e. it miiM i a 1 n.iited tliat he is soa-ewhat rutty in n-irard to the rules ivrrning the game, but bis Ue ci.i..ri. although slow, were ir in every i:itai:ce. The umpire was pood-natured, but firm, and the " Mathoiib " were not lotu; in discATering that be meant t j umpire tbe esTYve. antl ei.util not re inriuenctu ny ineir . unkind and ill-natured remarks. j At the bejri lining it looked as thoiiitli the " Maroons " were (foin;: Ui wipe u( the e-rth with the " Farmers," aa they retired the i gentlemen from the pnjvince in one. two, i three or ier'.bruirhoot the first live innings, i while they had seven runs fo their credit, j In the sixih, lowever, things took a cliaupe, i and the " Farmers." shaking the hayseds j from their gun ly rcd-s1riiKl un firms, nude j iiietr rirst s-ore. In the seventh they addc-1 ,; six. and in the eight b swelled their s.-ore to '. I.'i. The " M3roons brcame badly "rattir.1 i mi. the opening of tiie e-.entl.. and every i man w ho pi'-ked up the leather p-uuder cs:t j great wad? oat of the ntokt evening air, but not one vf tiitni sna-eetled in St.din? the ! sphere that left the strong arm of the "Fartn- j er " pitcher w.th ti.e velocity of forke.1 light- ' ntnif bur.ed from aa ausny sky. la tbe ninth i the countetianixs of the " Maroons " were; aaain rwwnizable, and a hen four men were bn.-u-bt over plate, plowing the earth ; in ti.t'r f-a itic rtTurta to rat.;h victory from ! the "' Jnr.-r Farmers.' the shouts of their ; ml! hoy sdtnlrers were dtsifeains. liiit . the unearthly noises- of the boys were mi- : availifii, and the " Marootia " " laid down " i with a score of 1 J to 13 at the close of the fir.', ba.f of the ninth. As we have had oc- ; ration to remark Ltfure, the Maroons have ! tlie material to put up a pl tanie of bail, ' but they can not do it without work, nor ; can they depend on their vocal organs, with j the always available, lungs of the small boy ' to pull them throoith. I Score Another for Juniata. j Fnn ti-e J aaiaia H era'a!. t From the Somerset lletid of July :t!st, we j learn that tbe stockholders of tbe First Na- j tional Dank otSomer-iet met ia that place 011 '. tire ".Kh and oryanined by the ebtiioo of 1 Hon. Edwanl SVulI. eJitoroftbe Hirald j and n.enihe.r of C'o'iicress from tbe U'ih lis- trict, aa President, with a strong board of oilh-ers and diitctors. Andrew Parker, cid-: est son of the late 11. D. Parker. K. , of this j place, waa elected ea-hler, and the lir-dd is not traas-nwinf truth when it says he " is . a prattH Al business roan, wbo baa bail a ! larje and san.l experience in tbe baiikitig j business. He is a courteous gentleman. ! with whom the pxlrons of the bank wdl I find it a pUasure to transact busiuess." We j endorse every word said ain.ut our yt-ung friend, and can honestly mate that tribute i far stnitiger, if it were necessary. But it is j not. We may, however, be pardoned for saying that Andrew rutins of good stock, and will not belie bis lineage or ed jcati.n. We cor.grata'.ate the bank on having secur ed bis services, and can assure its otlicers that it mijiht not liave had them, but for the fact that Juniata has a superabundance of such material, which she is always able and willing to supply to other communities in m-td of the same. We with the new bank and its cashier an unbounded lares-r of prosperity. Red Cross Buildings. Mir Clara Barton. Prtideiit ol the Bed Cna S,-iety, has contracted with William Stoke, ui this city, for tbe erection of two building for tbe use of t be associaliun one in Kernville. and the other at Woodvale. The am ol each is fifty by one hundred fett. two stories hi;:h, with laundry, butt rooms, and kitchen, and containing thirty-five rjoni ea.-h. The lirsi of tlna-e kind of bu"din?s was erectwl on the site of the Kpi-copal Church tailding in Johnstown proper. The object of the society in erecting these buildirirs 1. to a.fjrd sccoi:imo"a.tion to tue puotic an 1 n..e v-suing juihis)c n ( tnliK its rehabilitation from the ruin caused by the delude of May 3: last ....! P. i':"lr -Al- A Scoundrel Caught. A fellow ia ia the Johnstown lock-up awaiting triiU. too mean to be called a man. He bfrorr, Pittsburgh, where be has a wife and children. ofug to Somerset comity, be, me: tbe 'daughter of farmer Dugan. and by most conltmpl.ble n-L-irpreseniation and fah-ity persuaded btr to marry bira. Soon be deserted tlie girl, leaving her with a Uifcbted life and ruined hopes. He sought to escape a well-merited punishment, but was arrested and will lie tried for his hein ous offense. No punishment can be too se vere for such a brute. J-s I'mutrnt. Birthd ay Party and Family Reunion. Sunday, August lltb, was the seventy eighth birthday of Henry gchlagh, of Ba kersville, his entire family being present three suns, Paul. Joha and Henry, two daughters, Matilda, wife of Simon Barron, and Julia Wbitese!! ten grandchildren, one great graudchild. Also, Rev. Mangus and wife, Oeorge Mull. Harry Baker, Miss Cath arine Bnigh, myself and family. Tlie table was laden with all the delicacies of the season snd we had the pleasure of enjoying one of the niort pies nt days of our life, and hope that Mr. S-hlah and family may have many returns of a similar kind. W. S. k-HAIL A Ijw and Order Levgue was organised at Hyndraan, Bedford County, a tew weeks an-. and posted notutw in various part of tbe town, fiving wamitgto violators of the S-indsy law. H. R. Hyland, a dmgztst, in conneitlon with the disp-r. sirg of medicine, sells soda water, fruits cainhes. and cigars on the Ssbhuth. Iast Sunday hep!acdupon his tigar case a battle of pilts labeled " I -aw and Order Pi ls." He sells tbe pills for five oentseach. and gives away that amount of mercliADdi.- with ea. h pill. Tbe organixa tim is at present ptinled bat liave procured a lawyer and will test the case. The plsire to prepare to leach is at the California. Pa , State Normal. A first-class school in all respects. F-xpensfs m-xlerate. Send for cataiogue. Fall term opena Sep t ember id. Tm. B. Xoss, Prir.cial. A Letter From Ceorsia. Kii.Ma HtatLi. F.ve Mi.Mith li7e pA e.1 since the adveot of tiie new aIministra tirm. .and, behold ! we are a happy and a prueperous people still. Free trailers, in their diiappointtaeftf, make us weary by eitina the severs! ousioess fiiilares. winch have occurred since they imve been relievt-tl of the reins of jtovemaieot, and poh-.t with priii to what they are pleased to call t!.e result of a protective administration. Utile realizing that they cail on us ta witness the result of four yers of democratic rale. Fur thermore, they do not cail attention to the many industries established, and the rise of wages in many establishments since the fourth of March, which more than counter acts the failures and redactions of wastes elsew here- The new administration baa im bued confidence im men of business, and it is as plainly visible aa tbe noon-day sun that the nation ia moving on to a period of un paralleled prosperity. This is indicatea by tiie fact that the balance of trade, which bad been maintained sin.e I?76 in our favor, bad during Cleveland's ad.niaist ration declined until in lJs it hail become an adverse bal ance of IJS.fWO.fta). and that at nee the elec tion of Harrison this loss has been pradualiy retrained, until at the end of the fr-ca! year liS'Hhe adverse balance was only -. Tj this section, with our few eHAhlbbel in dustries, a protective taritT is aa especial blensing, and the many new enteririi-ts daily undertaken are but a prelude to what will fallow. AfVer a quarter of a century of strife and controversy, all stations unite to believe that in peace and ptieiperity alone is 1-Appir.esa. Thire is no re.ooii why the .southern states tdiiHil.t tiot fur ex'-et dilii,'y pnwperoua. We have every iiioHirjitcnicnt tljit an eriterprixintf people could a-k. Vie liave Dtillions of unievelpeil iniiienil Wrtilth, a rich siil, an acrral.b climate, splendid Ci.-ii-ii.-s f.r trinsportAli.-ii. aod bi pMtectetl nsninst f-m-i.-'i vini.-l iti.-n What we now iiet-l is men of capita! arid enterprise, to establish various industries for tue devlupmetfcand ciacutACturo of our raw materials. These raw niAterials. the principal of which are cullon and iron, may lie tiiAiiUtjctufed where they are produced, thus saving cost of transportation to distant factories. Northern capital and energy re daily beinir iuvtsti-d to this end. and the man h to prosperity has Ix cud. The farmer is Mnilit e over the pppct of a crop which will have been unsurt a.-d :i many years. Cotton, while laic in some places, promises an extraordinary goo.1 yield, while finitsof ail kinds is so pltiil.fu! ar.d cb.ap that it oarely Jays the cost of traiistortation to market. Watermelons are shlpi-ed from this c ity by trainloauV, and many find no niaiket. If any of vnr colon d population starve at this season of ;he year it ia lor want of something much more substantial than the much-covt-ted waterm. -lion. Here tutoie the people of the northern states and of the southern states have entertained very erroneous ideas, one of another, and as a native Pennsylvanian and a Sornerret ts..unty republi.-an I am wimess to the fait that these ideas, to a more or less extent, exist at present. Were it not f r these misutidtr standins. "eonria, together wills other sotjlhern states, would be strongly republi can, la that '.hey are strorgly h'.-i protec tionist. The memory of past prejudices, and tiie fear of necr.) sMpremat y. have ma-ie the s-ates solidly democratic : but now since it has fctcn denionstralfd that tbede mocracy is ni safe-uard against neitro supremacy, there ia noticeable a trowing H -Terence of op'.nioi nrginlinit political questions, It is a very unfortunate circum stance that the negro is amur.it tu, for he always has been and will continue to be a menace to our peai-e, so long as he remains as at pnsxnt : for mjtro supremacy is unde strah'e. and would not le U.lerate.1 by any hifthly nvpectahle population. It would he manifestly unjtisl to deprive the tugro of the right of sn.Trage, her-.ce the I'.nly rt-aieiiy remaining is to assign one territory or stafe for hU sole csrctipation, at:d wherein he alone may hold ollice, and whereof he alone may be a citizen. Sash legislation would not deprive tint of the right of sufrrje. or of the riht to rtside in what, ever state he might choos-twhHe it wvuld end forever a trreat source of urpleasantnesis and he more satisfactory, not alone to the white poj ula tion, but to the negro himself. It is the hope of all true Americans that all cause for ill feeling between iopie of different sec tions 1 peacably removed, that the grand march to prosperity so gloriously be:un may pngres without intermission. W. J. W .M3U.1U. Augusta. C.a., Aug. . ls't. Scalp Lavei Items. Tbe dog days are here ttirain. The apple crop in this section is small. A great deal of lumber ia being taken thmuh this place to Johnstown. The time for harrest-home picnics and canrpmeetings wili ston be here. J F. T'ieti is putting ap a bam for Cyms Anker.y, ot tuemahoning township. The furmers are done making hay and are working at their oats as fast as the weather permits. Lewis Weaver, of Johnstown, brother o.' Prof. W. A. Weaver, was buried in tbe Lu theran cemetery on Friilay. Mrs. John Horner, an aged lady, of near this place, who was sick for a long time, died a few days ago and ir as buried on Sat urday. Valentine Yonnker has boustbt the tract of timber land owned ry J. F. and Jeremiah Beam, and ras moved bis saw miil fnwn "Greenland" to the tract. quite a number of ladies and gentlemen from Pittsharg come here every summer, during the hot season, to enj jy the fresh air and sketch the beautiful scenery, for which this place is n jted. Tbey are with usaatitn and we welcome them to er.joy the peace and ipuiet of the country. J:x. "Larly this summer," says tbe Pittsburgh 77i, "a young man named William H. Latferty went to Somerset, Pa., and fixed himself up in fashionable ipiarters. He i soon won the a.fcotior.s of Miss Annie Dig- j nam, who worked in tbe cotton mill al that j place. The d:-.y for the wedding waa set, so the story goes, and the friends bad assem bled in the church, waiting for the bri.ie groonv The young man did not show cp. and. on inquiry, it was learned that he bad left town." Tbe TtWh then goes on to state how young Mr. iAiiferty contracted numercus debts in diverse pla.tes. married enough girls to stock a harem, and deserted several lair would-be-brides at tbe altar. Impersonated a cousin whom he much resembles and who bears the same name and envolves him in endless troubles. It's a very Metty piece of ro mance as the TiixKt tells it, but Mr. Lafferty j never vi-dtcd Somerset; no family bearing the rame of Iigtiam reside in this v-llis.-e, nor do we hare any cotton mill in which she could have been employed Notice I The Perry Roller Flooring Mill, situated at Perry Station. Pennsylvania, on the Pennsylvania Railroad, will be sold by the Sheriff of Westmoreland county, at t.reens barz. on Monday next, Angitst IfHh, at 1 p. ra. Tbe pitierty comprii-es one of the best mills in tbe county; a four story frame bailding, fitted with the O leil Patent Boiler System, but lately remodcied ; everything in excellent repair ; jpod location ; excellent steam power; capacity eventy-6ve barrels per day. Also a two-tory, six-nomed frame dwelling bouse, tbe pmrrty of II. Neely. Anyone b;rirg to locate in tbe nulling business should not fail to examine the above before date of sale. Disagreeable Pecple. "Ito you know. Miss Belle," said f;us de Jay. "that I dbdlke sahcal.stic people T' "Yes ; and what is your idea of sarcastic people 7" "Why, yon know, folks wbo say one thing and mean and hah." Oh, yes; btit they're cot nearly so disa greeable as a tbilertr.t class of people." "Who are they V "TLose who say lots of things and don't mean anything. Sep'.embsr Jurors. Tbe following naned eutlemen have b-en drawn to serve as grand and traverse jtirors at the comfng term of cnrt, beginning orj Monday, September 25. ItisJ : Addhson C E, MiMUlen, Morcellas Fra ree. Alli-cheny Francis FearL Blick Charles P. Rhoasle-v Lower Tarkej foot Harrison H, Bush. Meyersdale Borough Amos E. Finegan, Ctirles 3. GriiEth, John Maul, Henry Knew ream. Middlec reek Alexander C. Moore. Paitil Lewis II else I. Quemaboning Irvin P. Dult ' Shade Michael B re baker. Somerset Borcu-b W. F. ShiScr, Earey C. Pile, WiUiatn P. Hasten, Jacob Leo h art. Somerset John P. Baylor, Frank Bam Lart. Iaaiah Julinsoo. Suuthampton Henry Iitlbroot. Summit W. H. Owens, Crsiua Borough Augustus Sellers, Wat. Shaw. TSATEsaz Jtxoti rixsrr snx. Addison Albert McClicSock, Edward Nic ola. Stilliraa WUhelm, Stephen McClin tock. Alieghecy Joseph Giessner. John J. Mar tin. Berlin &iron.;h Charles P.eam, John G. C.pitf. Black Jamb 3. AViltroot. B.vthersvalley Wiiliani S. Bittner, Solo mon Coltmat. Continence Bomugh Iwis tlrossman. F.ik'ick Abraham Folk, . Trias S. Folk, MLJiavl Kr.cght. JentR-r Jacob Sjx.ij:!, Benjamin Klein. Larimer Adam Pourbaujh, Herman Johl-sott. Ijiwer Turkcyf.ot 'iciT-.-e W. An.b-rson. M-y-rs bile li-ini'iirb f'yrns Just, John K. faisaent, Wiliiam Hocking. M..l.!l.-cri k Mu'iici Sithrock, William IL liarroti. Milford U. M. Weim.-r, Jjo,i, M. Walk er, Fiem.mt Younki.i, Abraham Kicher. Ogle Isaac Horner. Paint Norman iv Berkey, KdmuuJ Hols opple. iiiemahonln.!.'- John A. Clark, Joseph Kother. Bockwood Borongh Freilerlck Koonti. Salisbury Bomugh Camper Wabl. Shade Jonathan Ling. Somerset Borough Aliiert L. Walter. Somerset Charles U. Mor.-iT, Josiah Metz'.er, Wm, G. KiMpper, Sam'l MaUsL. Ftonycreek Luther J. Hille-ris. Su;ycstown Boning". John 11. Custer. Summit Samuel J. McKenzie. B. B. Coujnenour. Tppc Turkeyf.xjt J. E. Gerhard, Nelaon Bomeslierg, I. H. Vought. I'rsina B.nugh Henry ZimmTnan. TBAVESVC J-SOUS SEC-CXD WStK. Allegheny John H. Felton. Brotbcrsvalley Wm. II. Fritx. Aaron Brant, Wm. Foust. Coneraaugh Ephraim Thomas. Elk'tick JoMejih Kngle, John J. Keim, Jr. JerTerson John r'nd'.eparirr. liriroer Neisoa Krissinger. lAwer Thikeyfo-jt J. N.Tannebill. Midd'ecretk Simon Fletcher, Ephraim Trimpey. Milford E. U. Dull, Aaron J. Miller, Z. Walker. ev Certreviile Simon V. Tedrow, Jos. P. Sechlcr. Paint Daniel Hoffman, Jacob A. Wea ver. y.uemahontn;j Samuel Bowman. Henry W. Shatfer. Salisbury Boron-li I.loyJ C. Boyer. Ad am Fogle. Somerset Rmiugb -eorge F. Long, Mar tin Fieegle. Somerset "(T. H. Tavman. nenry Tfx, Samuel Smith. Henry Kuhs. Ihtra J. Weigh ley, Josiah Divmin. Stouycreek Joeph (John, George B. Dive Sy, Aaron Smucker. Surumit L. A. Kretcbman. Crsina B-irjuh H. D. Altiilher. Weiitrsburg Boriugh i tewre W. Wilt. Brothersvlley Items. Our farmers are busily engag-si in cn'ting oits. William Smith was the first to finish . Miss Annie Smith, of Cumberland, Md-, is sjiending tbe summer with her parents at Tine Hill. Frank Collins, one of Berlin's bert bn.-i-ness men, now occupies his handsome new store room. II. II. Stahi. one of oar industrious far mer and stock dealers, is erecting a large. beautiful house. Albert Bittr.er left for Johnstown Thurs- day. He accepted a highly creditable poei- tion at that place. Jacob Mnsser. Sr. and wife, wbo had been vi-iting in the West tbe last two months, re turned last week. Tine Pively, of whose sad misforfnne the nEJULD made mention a few weeks since: j d.ed last Wednesday. . j , 'ur s. li l ;ieeioi3 me m ...v..-. house const ructetl in a new district. It is locuted near Landia's distillery. The picnic, at Hays cbun-h, was pretty well sltended. Rev. Heller and Judge Tur ner made sppropriate addresses. Jacob Smith, our enterprising agent, has sold about one hundred histories of the Johnstown flood in the township. Rev. Relict's son who grs.luated at Frank lin and Marshall college with high Imnors. leaves for Wichita. Kansas this week. He has been engaged as Professor of Matliemat ics in a college. The " Indian doctor" baa bee n holding forth nightly in Berlin (trover two weeks, and did an extensive business. It is a mira cle how ieop!e wiil j-aironize those patent medicine men. Jacob Baker and a Miss Walker of Stony creek Township, were married last week, and on Friday night a laire crowd having two brass ban.ls serenaded them in tbe good old country style. Miss Flora Turner was agreeably snrprisnl Monday night when a nnmberof young la dies and gentlemen called to celebrate her birthday. It waa an erdoysble affair and MissTiirnr became the !iatpy recipient of some el.-i.ant presents. The party finally re paired to the dining room where ti.ry found a table burdened with many good things which tbe writer appreciated in an epicurian war. rami-iTT. Miss Columbia A. Horn Appointed to a Clerkship In th Csnaus Office. Miss Cilumbia A. Home, the popular Principal o: the English and Class, cs. 'ect i School, which went down in the rlotd. will not andertake tbe task of reviving the school in a new building. After herself go ing through tlie flood Miss Honie visited friends in Allegheny City and afterward other friends in Washington City. While in the latter city she was induced to apply for a clerkship iu the Census 0tf.ee, and we are advised that sbe has just been appointed by Superintendent Porter lo this position. She will enter upon her new dattes on the 1st of Sei-Utmber. Misa Horne s many friends in this community wiil be glad to bes.r of her good fortune. She baa been one of our most successful! teachers, and is in ail re spects worthy of tbe confidence which has jutt been reposed in her. She will make an intelligent and failbfui clerk. We feel sura that she would not have sought employment away from her old home and her old friends if rirturastauces had not rendered it neces sary, JvhiirtorH Tribune. Reminder. Gniden Patent Flour always gives entire satisfaction. Heno Tea never fails to please. Breakfast, Java, and Stag Brands Roasted Coffee, sold only in bulk, beat them alb Kir.gan Hams, Breakfast Bacon, and Lard, are tbe best on the market. Marvin's Eagle Batter, and BrownsTiTJe Water Crackers aiwsys kept in stock. XXX New. York Cream, and Ohio Swiss Cheese are Seeding Speiialties at our Store. . Peaches, Melone, Cantelopes Sweet Pota toes, Celery, Grapes, At, daily and weekly darimj season time. -Respectfully, ' ' COOS A B IKS ITS. Pi ogross of Inventions! Since I9-V"5-1a the year ISO the proei.t owoes of ttie i -le-iti in J.wiiuu newspArrc?mnienceiI its publication, and soon afrer establisheil a trarvnu Cw the pnxttiricg of patents f r in vetitiocis at l!m and in ft.rH-i.rn countries. Diirioi the year Hii there were only J-2 patents isu id from the U. 3. Patent OtHce, sad the total issus from the establishment of the Patent Oifice np to tiie end of that year, numbered only 4,547. Tp to tbe rat of July this year there have been granted 4x1.413. Showing that since the commencement of the publication of tbe Seienliic Aiiuriai there hare been issued front the C. S. Patent OS. 4-13.1015 patent and about one thirl more applications have been ma lethaa have been granted, showing the in gen alt y of oar psople to be phenomen al, and much greater than ever tbe enormous number of patents issued indicates. Proba bly a good many of our readers have had business transacted thria;! the offices of the A 'itiie A merican, in New York r Wash ington, and familiar with M.itin 4 Co.'s GAOile of doing business, but those who have not will be interested in knowing scmc.htrg about this, the oldcttt patent si.ltc-titt firm in this country, probably in tbe world. Persons visiting '.he cth.-es of the tiftle A-uB-ican, 3til Broadway, N. Y., for tbe first lime w ill be sutrrljel, on emer'ng the main otfiie. to Stid such an exteiMve mid eiegant !y opitppetl esiablishment, with its WAlir.it com.ters. dctk. atil chairs to correst.nd, and its enomiius safes, and sr.ch a latere number of draughumen. speciuca'.ion writers ar.d clerks, all busy as bees, reminding; on of a large linking or insurance otoce, with its hundred employees. In isonversaiioo with one of lb e lirnv, wbo had t"oromer.ced the business of soliriiisg pitcuts in rotint-r-tiii'i wi'li t:i- pirdi.-ati') n of tlie H-'U,i!'j! A ncrtct.i, more than forty 1 years ago, I learned thu this firm had made ; application for patents for upward of uus ; hundr.s! thcn-ati 1 i irs i'or in the I'nitcd '. Sufe, a-1 1 s'Vi-f i! th -Kin Ii in diff.-r-nt f frign ri-tj!:ti i.-s, and hid iile.1 aa Runy j cases in the Pattnt OiliA! in a single month as there were patents issued during tbe en- j parsonage in Frileti on Tha.iay. At.im.-t tire first year of their besintss career. This I is-;), by Btv, J.J. Wek-h, Mr. John Be gent'eman had seen the Patent Odiue grow j Ur and Ml. Emnu J. Walker. bothofSoru from a sapling to a sturdy onk. and he ruod- j estty mnteii u.ai many t.iot:g it trie i jmerum. w::u its large ctreuiat.on, nau per- t t.rtTn-t no mean stisre in s'tmutatmg inven- thins and advate-ing the ititcntv of the Patent fB.. B it it is not alone the patent soliciting that occiiptes the attention of tbe one hundred persons employed by Munn ft Cot, but a large number are engaged on the four publication is-su-rd weekly and month ly from their orrice, 301 Broa.Iway, N. Y viz.: The S'-ut.t.'Mr A nwii. the S-uaiijur .tni i'MVi Sj ;lfrkt'tt, the E.vp-.rt F. htiotl of the ikHliir .4mf.-ict..aad the ArchitfMts and liaild.-n Edition of the .S ieiiisV Amrrirnn. The first tw j piibiira'-ions are iswtetl every week, and the latter two, the first of every month. Mt. Moriai items. Mrs. Susan Kyser is on the sLk list, suf fering from an attack of fever. The cherry season has aiVwtt ended. Thev were plentlfal, as wcii ai of the very best nuaiity. Mr. William F. B"i vads hx had his plan- :r mill running full time for the put sever- al weeks. A trainable horse owned by George W. Miller, was badly cut last week, by a mow ing ciachir.e. The ML Tabor Reformed Chtin:b is now being tr.iated to a Coat of fresh paint, which was badly needed. Peach js. pears an lplutu wiii b'? scarci, and apples will net be nearly so plentiful as last year, wh.-a we had a po r crop. Oil. if oor people onuld only reirnlate the ; wau'her, what a wonderful improvement we j would have, if we may julge from the gt-n- j era! grumbling and faull-tirjdiiig aliout the j weather ail spring and summer. j J. R Rhodes and wife, of Johnstown, are 1 hre on a visit of a few weeks, for tbe henef.t j of their health. He says that he is at pre.s- er.t better than be has been for the past eight months, and that he has a strong inclina tion to remove here permanently in the spring. pbiiip C. M.iun-r, woo was so ba lly hurt sever.il weeks ago by being accidentally thrown from a high load of hay, is aa-tin a.-oumi but is as yet unable to work. List week he found a tim thy lies 1 on his firm thirteen ai.d a half inches long, having ten smaller or secondary beads growing out of '-3 sides, each about aa inch long. The steam thresher is heard daily in this J section at work for our farmers, who have to thresh out a part of their crops, in order to make room in their barns for others yet to be gathered. Tiie crops are ail overgrown j and require more room for storage titan uiu al. The hay ia a large crop, and that of w heat one of the Urgest we have had for years, the bea.li b-ir,g fairly til lei. Sam tiei.il were ba lly damaged by timaihy being sown with it last fdl. Tae favorable weath er this spring aid stun ner ca nl it to grow as high as the wheat, mil. ! to th injury cf the Utter, which is thereby rendered more difficult to cut, cure a i l thresh. Many of oar farmers will hereafter siw but one kind of ?ed at a t:in thus fa!lon the M joa ical injunction. IV-CAtUO L. Mors r M orisii, Augn-t 10, ls-n. In Memanam. T.ea.I lUthtlj. MraDi.tr. she Is dead ; Hc-r viae a- forever nilicd. A stall is vtu-aut in our IhsJ, WL,u it never can tie tUieit. stpesk gently, let no harsh word reach i sir Mi'rowing !ienrt to-tlay ; Km as be the very heavens in Mark The uld autre has parsed away. Thirty years ago, on a ruonifng fair. In the -isrins of '5i. Fannie SL hisst to i lied the air la the oel Kentucky ?otte. Ami there where the roses bioom so red. Anil the gmssc wave so blue. The m.l ly .iiare was reared ana bretl Faiutie, the goalie aa.1 true. tiroujsl U--tng:y anjimd the bier iif her we'll ne'er more ri.le. All nabiiMen starts the tear Wh h b w e iWu ottivt bide. Ar.-I just hk e every one who cries. IU C!tnie of heartfelt paia : Faster an4 fa.sier fjnui our eyes The 1st hrymfese loisalui ntiu. Ch t pril e cif ail our htarts at bor.ie. tan U be that you have left us i Aia ! 'tis true, no more you'H roan. Alack the .Iny h.ch has here.t as. Tes. Kaunie i tlead ! the oit! mare so f's-t Will travel these cartLly nJs no mire. But let us all hofe that her ninit.ie ieet Are pre-icg a brighter and better shore. ". 54. BAWStti. Harrison Fox, a colored man in jail at Vrjiontown awaiting the trial of some ac cused bam burners, against whom be Las turned state's evidence, 'oecarae violent v sick and unconsrious on Thursiiay. and it was discovered by the physicians that he had been poisoneiL It is llievei! the poison waa placed iu the tin-cup from which he drank coffee, by some one in the hire of the barn burners, who had eoaj.mii ted some pet ty offense in order to get himself put in jail for that purpose. Fox will lecover. Walt for the Beat Star Copper Lightning Rod in tbe market. Over three inches surface. There is no bet ter rod made, and I will sell at prices within the reach of all. Those desiring to have their buildings protected sgainst the frarfu! storms so frtijtient now, slinnM send in their onlers st onee. All work guaranteed satisfactory, or no pay. Tfaeordy protection against lightning. C. F. BiMAB. SoMER.-rr, r. July 8. Is"). A Fortunatw and Grateful Woman. Mrs. J. A. Giles, of Everett, Fa., says t I auuered br years from kidney and ?rave trouble. No physicians, or medicine at home did me any pxl. I finally vt3it.lfmy former home at Ror.d. ut, X. Y , and ljrran nsinft I'r. Iiavid Keinnedv's Favorite Reme dy, of Uoiid-M-t, N. Y. A & w words tell the result. I em a perfectly well and bappy woman once more. Co to Atiantic City via t.s B. & O. Now is the ?-tll!l of Its -li-B. tivef,es. Atlantic City c-a- every in 1'jcement to o.'Ter f the pleasure seeker, and this jtist tb time of the ysar tj break tr fr-ra b".siness ca--e- ail recti Ten re yoar exliii-!l ener gies ia a week ijxiri at the shore, mid the bracing breeze and invigcratin surf bathing at tills most deiightfi) city by the sea. The third select exTcrslort ia announce.1 for Thursday, Aa-"- I'tth. and the best equipment of th B. ft O. is at tlie ext-tirsion-iats dlsp.saL The trains will leave the stations asrsed below, and tickets will be sold at the rates annexed : Train Train Rate. Comieilavlile $10 Ohio Py!e. 9 30 Coctlaence.., 0 t Rockwot:3... 2 ) Johnst.;c. . 9 Jf Simerset 9 vJ MeyensiAle.. 5 ') Hyndniaii.... ( Cliniherlind . 7 VI Leaves. Leaves. 9:55 11.13 p. m. l'J:i3 II tVS 10 jj 12,i1 a. m. Hs i.A:;a,iu. ii to ' " iu a: " 11 .-j 11- a. m. Cort-e?nding!r low rates are made fnira I other stations on the line. 1 The tickets are jaol t-r Tea Pies, with the I privi'.sre of 9 sfo;e,,(i" at Wibin.''o.i l '.. 00 ntu.-u j.Hir:M-y. Waynesburj Colle.79 Will i!n its fill term i n Tue r- s.p- . ail de- tember 17tb. Both se.t? ad d t. partir.ents. Jacii lies exo l'-n?. Kxp-nM nio.ierite. For t atal..u-s, a.i lnH Prf. A. j B. Miller. Wayneshurg, Pa MARRIED. M.VDHMAV ll tose. A.iJtlc-f . -UAiv Hit. . Issti, by O At the Court j hint. K-.( . rU!- j i wal l I.,!i.ieiinni tio-l Kili'ti C ilascr Wll ot i sdin rs t county. ! BEilb'Ei: WALXtil At the l.i.li era.i erset County, Pa. iage L'TNLIAM WILSON', tit Thars, AUii lt tLe L uheran pa-sonag , i-,u,ir,. c. ,i t- it ,,,.t! ir in FrR.ler,., h tLe same. II. Iiti.-ihim and Miss M.i1jc! I. W.lson. both of Slienksville. Somerset C.eit.ty. Pa, DIED. ly il'f'Y Si re William, died at Ptters- hnrg in tlds county, on the 4th bit. He t wss born in the city of Baltimore in the month of Tecember, Isosi. H,s father mov ed to Somerset ( ounty shout the ye lr l-l4, j an active Justice of the Peace for the j towns;,: ,)f Ad.lison. In all the relations j 0f ;fe j., ws esteemed ap.-J respect and J jt jay be tmlv saI.I of biiu thit h? was sn i honest man. 1! death will be dep'c-red by i m large cintle of friends, and to bis surviving sister will prove an irreparable loss. Com. The Chief toa lot tte marratiotis sne e of nood't Nirvusntla la tensd In the fats th. this rae.tlru. aetiutiiT se-ompths all tiut 1 cisuM. f.ir it. Its real tnarit baa wnw . , tr liKt's Saisjiip&rli- iv.ent wins gmSet thaw that ot any atttcr bUxxt jncnflt. I eurei V-rntnU. all Huinurs, iripepia. sto. Fiepaxcw uutj IjLL livKU a Ctk. LsiwoU. 1 Pi ULE TO ACCEPT OR i:EME. To Marc V. .rr.i;h. Ie t-rmarr-rwl tr:?h J"t?- miah o-Vr. pr-sT-i'njr in BiutJ 'o. J. : WrriTTir-t iii;ifi. 3 n;fnn?i -?:! t'A IL (- tvr ; Itriiw ?: La and Tre Tr:rh f Mr, r.-&-nt- i . : ini'ic. B. Subtil, A muiitm Ym an hen-b notirifi r be nH arr- t na 1 r.fjatir." en u. ix- Lt-'A m f r ctmi'r--i n-xt. then n1 ini-nr u awxvpt or n-fii?-e t tAae thr rn. f tir n t ti hnritw A. m:th. 'itrt-(. tlje ttpmi4xi v'itHn or 9 vk wbj Uie j4hv.niroiUw. R. 58. M M1M.KN. A DMiyiSTRATOR's? NOTICE. Laitc of KlizafXr-th nii!h, d. lafe of Quetna- hitaillaT T. Wnvallrlt. 'i--AMr!. Letin iitf aimini-intiitn ou ibe (H-ve etJe bavins li-fen jfTaiitrti Ui .:" n;nicr-iiC:.rt f'T tL. pmtrr amfittnti'. nitn"i hervty irvtn ua.d t-r-t-tii m,i.bit?il t 'I tite lr ma it? imrniiiii I- v -rsiit and iho-- hav!;.ff e'xini hjfujr-t the Miiiie u ('iviMni thra duly a!:tfirr.rffl u r -lLUTnrTjt BjTiniaT. S-r'j'tv-iiii'-t-T Jt. !v, ai the rt-'S-rM1 , ihe A-ii:uuiiratr, in u-iiia-huu iB T nh 1 1. J. J. ZIMMERMAN. a;i4lL Aliii.i.tru,r. APPLICATION FOR PARDON. Noli l ln-TvtsT rtwo fhrtt an rp:iru,tion wil, W at tue Sf!emi.-r mt t.au (" :.: iiwrfl if Knitm, to Miirt a ianltwt (.tt Jajrn? B. Mirtt'.tjnr. itnjjVKti'i aithe? --t'ieiiiiNr jwiw-niiu tf 1 tafiimTti A-i:;e t Uti!Tr. on I'.r.-r-nanti.-n -af Vv .ti.Rm Van. an-l -.u-o rM lt to la o Tear :a Uae Wtwirrr- jV: itnTj.-vrr. J. C. 1.4 -WKY. An-p-nt'y ;r h'eu;i-'uer. A DMIXISTRATOUS X0TICE. Iv.-;? ofJ(V5 Ka iM?. d'd . Ta;; of Vx.i.1 T p.. srtr-rt Ox, Pa. Ij-t0T- rf a J uiunit.nn uu hv aine r-rn:e havi'iff U n to th ;ir;-ri'r-.pr':'l hr t;: Jnntr arith-T iv. ustir k- hrvby r-vt i to a1! pfii,S )..-. t-lt-ii lo Hrii ftV fft'r.at- t'tinr-'.!- af pAifiHtu. an-l tD"-t; hav.nx f.rt:'n a-jTsiift the ?a'Me wiU pr---ril ther.j Juiy a ;th miraitt f.r etf It-nM-nt at ihe Lite resiti. )f iltr"ea.-ei ia Twii.-'iiip- PETER KVAEI E. ausT-'t. Atlrcr. ot JwAt Kuuh.r. d'i. INDIANA : NORMAL:: SCHOOL. in DIANA, PA. IVPI AN' A Vf a M bcol t'r-! ihe tmi. No ef I fiicr are beiiu; sfnre.1 to tcakc itsletiierl'.y tSe - LEACiMG PKCFESSlCJIALTW.mmG SCHOCt - TV faculty b composed of mliers ho re , e.ijt as READERS AND SCHOLARS la Ibei-ri-H,-crive if.-r."t-iH-n's. 1 i-re are also vvlll-e. l'rtrit..rc. f ,.n,m-.t. ami al.LsiiMl ft-;M.rtnH.iits. Tae Fail Tens cr.-ii. si teait-.T i2ul. Men-l for Aiaiog ie. Z. X. SNYDER. Ph. D., ltilic-li. an-T ! rt. STATIONERY, ARTIST'S MATERIALS, Fancy Goods. VMC LASSCST SCWT SSSOSTCB STOCK I VHt CITV. IJIiJiXI?s-0 OF ALL KIXIW. Espctial Attf Bllsi cive to Engraved Wedding Invitations and Cards. Mf- "ii! Orders Rsceint Prompt Attrntios. "ta JOS. EICIIBAU3I & CO, 43 FIFTH ATE., PITTSBURGH. and live.1 if. retersnur-g up to toe ttn.e 01 a s i T1 ' ' J T-i , Q T "I ft tzztxsz ! Piysieiaas Prascnpnons Fanlj Receipts in the town cf Somerset, for some Tears, hitt : -T '" .r " . CkZAT CSZZ BELS) TaKZS T, CX OXir ASD HIS Aillf.LLi the .-nattr tart of his n.e as. srir.t in I Peterurg a, a mrc,n. Hi w,, pet- SPECTACLES, EYE"GLASSES, nnsier thf-re for a nttaiherof years, ai -eti : KNABLE & SHUSTER'S BULLETIN OF BARGAINS! All Silk S'iraH 4 a Cents?. All Colors. - Printed Indas 63c Extra FaiU?, 11.00 Gaarartwd ULici Silks, all Grade, Toe to $3.50. DRESS GOODS. Elack and Colored, all the new, desirable Tears, at low prices. TR I M I NCS.rzr Xew Line TriniiriEfs, at CLOAKS.: Coad VTrc Pst. 13.40. $3.90. $ t. $. np to $ U Jackets. $i to $'20. Xomarket.-. $1 to $..'. Oar rltttpo-s and finish are the Wst. -.GLOVES, HOSIERY, AND UNDERWEAR. :. A , i.iiij!.-te Hue f l'.e-?e iro.i.ls at n-tor.il.irtoly j-rire. mum r o, Q QTlD mm t& Dniio i tH. 1 35 Fifth Avenue, Louther's Main Street, This E:isl Dr- St:r.is i w iwlvti.v Y1 4 FRESH AIID JIcdicines, Dye Stuffs, Sponges, Truscs Supporters, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, &c. TUS DO TOR GIVTS PEStcsiySAL ATTE5T105 TO THE CUMPOCltTlSO Of And a Full Line ol Optical such a large assortment all can be suited. THE FISEST BRfiHDS OF CIGARS Always on hand. It is always a pleasure to display our -ood to intending purchasers, whether they buy from us or elsewhere. J. M. LOUTHER, M. D. MAIN STREET - - SOMERSET. PA. FOSTER & QUINN, 13 and 15 Clinton Street, tTioisiiisriSiTiOiwiisr WILL. SELL YOU CARPETS i Cf ill 5ni23 at Tf.uz Lexer tiaa Irsr Zzz-kz is h'estsa tzzz'x LACE CURTAINS. Tl'P.COMAN AND CHENILLE CURTAINS. j CURTAIN' nLF AND FIXTURES. RUdS. IN ALL SIZES, COCOA ) AND CHIXA MATTING.-?, AT LOWEST PRICED. THE LARGEST STOCK OF DRY COODS AND DRESS TRIM MINGS, AT FOSTER & QUINN'S, Successors to Geis, Foster & Quinn. Reliable Close-Priced Petiole Congres s. This cut represents i':m llmf r son Petiole Congrc-w in Kahxa r.H, Porpoise, Coriiovttn an-l Calf; has a double ore one; L?ir.g placed b.a. k.an 1 tho oth er in front of the ackle-bone thus preventing ht 'r:tin of the mbt-er on the ank:-Nme and preventing the gore i.-ainst being thafeit and ilefuiv-d by in terferinif. Witiiout tu-rstion the coming Shoe; is tie C O XGIRE S S : Gri A.-I T E E, I AfiirC TIMT CUCCC Of At! Latest Stvliss, Flealblts Hand turned. LA U I LO rlllL. OnL'LO Hana W.it, 4c.,ic. VI' -- T . T " " T" ClC! Franu itents" H'A ?S snd . "hoe. A'.-. S-L V . JL7 V L, UiJiVoO oriuii stioes, ita Lea:o-r roiinter iiJ ku.jie. w E repectf'il!y call a'tntion to the latve line o! th uios-t seas'innale stvlt-s in the frtt.:. an. we always of other dealers. CALL AND SEE Us. FEKXER 13ROTIIERS, Somerset, Penn QRPHANS' COURT SALE OF y Tl 1 Tj ! 31H30I8 11831 jjSIdlo. o; TjY VIRTrFofnor.!erof tl- 0-rhaiw" Ctirt l.r :NH.Hrvi.,ird'y. r-i.'.U-ra I it m to p'J.lu' Male on tbe i rvtu. ;n Pa.ul T j,.. oa -rrrr-r, . . t- f r f , tv - ? - iXlisKOVlm OCl J. iJ. at 1 c'c. t. p. m . ir.? i vtii, .a;- the pnp-rr:y All thit tftrtin tm-t c4 lar1 ! F..;rt Tvwn i. -( rntti-y. fa. nN-miit - tif J. :ia tt-isrtrt. H vrum r-HT Pfcri''.!, a Jj V - je - vr, J'M-n Jmj-. ami "th" v tttaimnif 1 . at mtrc r its, bav ui) u r eristtl a two-Ujry T) H K F f f(? I !( f S f " Mnk Ham, an othrr r..i Y water aim at xva iU iuca.4v a au ca a-rv.w m um- TEIIt: Sitt and DMiffeav ni V. r-Tf :--. UattAU t S-f ! M,iN", CUKHY BCSiNESi CCLLEGE OF irxrv ersitv, CiriiRY SIXTH 3TBET, PITTS ILiGH, T-e test i;-iitirMt srl m p".eis-f,il b.iite .ia-e ill Priasvl-. . Uv i.1, i.il itistrueci.l fr vtpry imint 5nu a n tiii n. m.. and iTwn Ii f. m A-liia B .t ;; rTia t at-! PrsM'tlt ai IWp ! its ! ''f"-. TV. t- al- fcfrj.i prt--t m tSf q 'r,-t . -Due. Ttiel uit-tm- ly i'-) -..-ai r,s t;.i p-x'i.ar-- iir-r, i.sdT in r !ve ia.-i'-au. r--rMt-m.!- iv niiiarr. .s.-m-tal. M'-v. and htA-ruti'Juarv i niniorn t trpui it iciice S4j.n'.,-v. .-w-ftd i.f t tn. JAM 3 LLS&K. H iLUx a.S. A. Prtrt. prices that will interest y0Q. PITTSBURGH, PA. ATrr:;Tios" Drug Store J Somerset, Pa. FvHtidly E.ccnh? a Great vs aa twUw wl PURE DRUGS, Goods alwats cn hand. From Shoe Store- fact that w mn-itantlr keep in stcstk a an.f nictst servtceaMe jr nuts, ot tiie iare-si invite coin paiisoo of ourpricea withthoeie AUDITOR'S NOTICE. la to-? ra:tr t tbe tie f Jrh Tr. ft Inrm-r T tx. fur-rert f .. . P . .It-i .L Th uit-r-ir:t-i Aj..ur. aL.pintt th? vian Court of mi tMinty, k a-t-rfTjun tne j i?xi2lnh J kw'T ntlt i t!i-rr-u, htrrvi.T e"t't- rt hs Kt: will fit ai li:s ort.tT in Sm-nri hyn,wtU. ori ! Kri-iav. tbe Wtu iliT A A"ti. 1vj. at 1 -.- I P m- ttn,) "T h' l! mrllS- fteB wa iin-.mwd ar ! J'TL. 'fI,rw V?1 thcir. e ":Tr? j fu-v. U, S. M--S.Y. iua4. a K-.utr. T7XCUTUiri NOTTCH ' i.ai oi Uertvrt Sinlemia. UCe nf iMart i T . -nr-r- ' . P-v. if nL j Lett-TH tfu intti -ary httTrme l-m fc-wrM to j tr n:I-rtirtfcfi iff trie tn?r atuiwtr in the i atmvr -rotate, mwt- i brrty itvtu t a J, : ai pyTHr?. an-la;; piajau!.avii(a-ia:rnajfaT!J; . Jt '' t.wm b !?it .i'-i;n:iraujr duly a-r rnta-auM frrr ---ttirm-T at tftf drtz-if f tint irpat'i-ii tug ur before ai'iniay tti-a j wIpi YYI V FT V F R A SSIGNEE'S NOTICE. : Mfitl tit thr jTtn e f Aprv. i.avi m.-i imH lo t iiii M l-i(w-r ;ii raih- M T-.t tr. a !.ti ! i'it.v, r tr'i-a ;r in r-a-n-iit i t -rii- ' .ith -A tir t-ai't -iifr A. T r. rn.il ,or cvtatv rva, a'-i -r4ua. r-ftr,e 1 ..Tris A. pr. ail jrr"wi ?i;dt-Mrvt Tore mi! v, v-lvr A, aiAadji iu yrssseut trserrt i t-Vnit Je nr. JoHS J4. Tiiffhtl. frit-Si "is fifftii. jnlyta. Asa.Tlsse, uf S;i,tter A. Topper. j "J7XECUT0RS NOTICE. j knie -f Joh-t Hi". dW d, late 4 anrirt Hi- ; T.tt-f Xi?rMa&rt rm ifiar,vf -iat..re asarinf J bet aTan:-.ri ! tiMf itf):.fTc" r m san j a4i'frif y. iit..(i-e ht--t-y . vew w ait iu-P'iw j to at. and 'h-tM bav'toyf cia'.nw k-jds- tfr :tm? j w;! t-ffiat iim dut a a tr-r -rti , j cnnt t u ,wlwrt-fiiw at ftr '?! in KSHn-s tiurvoii, oa l3-ir-ij A'ttT- I. I LaHtfi V. K'.' jnnaw Z -txt-AUjr.