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L tr I, kr 11 c ev. ' IS ; 1.1 e- to- .H IS Somerset Herald. I ST. BUSH tB itn. i ,rtXXS of IPubHcation X . rrtfj V fiue5T morning HUM if paid la advance : otnerwte 2 M . becbargea. i -mion wiil b diaooBttnnd until all ailw-- Pinnae ri t negieetliig . ...m e-moMibi fce th snban f 11F' ' " ' " fr-ua m DatoCce t AO- So obit, Pa. Tv-rY M BERKLEY. A1 eoKrr, Pa- 1 ,,if J. Kw". Es- i U aTTOK-NEY-AT-I-AW, BtaaeiBet, Pb. it J: tin H. rtL J rn -VV FIFSrT'KEK, BarU txMorrX. Pa. Eoua Eow, 05 .poena Court j la prating aTToKNKV-AT-LAW, meraet. Pa. . Ii. CKiLL ,t I I.E. . AJ !.:UET, Pi. J. K' TnoRNEY-ATLAW. I - " '.r. vrf.lT4J. Pi- w r'.'TTS. .? ATTOK.VET-AT-LAW. lA eoweraet. Fa. j r s.-mc'stt ronnty Barb. .1 T V iYR I ' " Anx.RNEY-AT-I.AW. - e .merset. J'B-. I (n rVtnerwt and a.!j.ininc cnun-..,t,.- e--iru.-iedw'.i.ia iu reeeiv ,.s HT. H. Itrru. "th RrrrF-L. ATTUB.SEYS-AT-LAW soraenrt. P- :"isJ to thftr ''.- will be M.T.fii!.viii'nW Ofoe on ITU I" r -f W II. KiNTZ, ,S A1TL.E..NEY- -ATLAW. nnneiwt, rA- '.. .m and ad'oining munU. .s -i.r.u Htv.we Iww, opi- Court f5M MEYERS. ATTL.KEY-AT-I.AW, e- .merwt. r .'i.n fiitrtirted to hi ere wii! be 1 .TtC4!lw r.1.-'.itT. oCjc KIMMEl AlTuKStY-AT-LAW. -.ii.:ti ertr'itl U bJ care !" -I tin Hain Cro Miw; B.k iujre. . riv,n. M-mrmet. Pa. ; v-i.fc Ei fe. tiMla;r. Entrant , -it iii;eruou maie . tiaa : ,iiir.:!i"1. an4 '.! W bnico at in .J. j.r-iaiaa asd BUiiiy. , L. C. CoLa.ja-. :.v a n .t.B'"'F.n. AlT'KNEVATLAW. i-.aicrt Pa. , o r..-.r .T a.'.l be i .ir:..li in r;:--tnni -- rH:-J"l a:i.1 ..' 'B fc...J c-jccauri.f oue on rea- v. H 1 1. AH' tvt aI La w. Pa. . ai I I ni- A(-tL ft' la MaauaoU) -- fiUNTlV. IUY. ATT" kM) AT LA' . :-. " f. R-a Fjal i !.oierwt. Pa. tRew! w atl 1 ::. I! r:i. J AT". LN EY AT La 1 "" , j- H trad a'.l bnaiM. tneraM. Pm. .1 V - . M"evl oo Cx-i.e '..I'tiA, AC Of- a. 1 i. E I ;iKCKER, rrv-:- :an and svr' Fon, r.a'. nerri u tte ou-ri ol -a KIMMELL, i TTire to tfc ritiwni U at Li uiLce oa Mun si. I) S.IL LEUBAKER, t r r.fMui al r-ri to the rltiiene '!'. ..! t'.nr.t otheeia reajdrmatoo tlrrel a l ol 1'iamoud. tkK. J. M. Lf'UTKER, 1 IHVSl' IAN" AND Sl'Ri.EoS, J 't;ti Trtr-abeiiCr 1c f.mervt for tLe ui i.j ; n ieiou. Oltt on Ma.il atreel, n: -ji I ru re. I iS. J. S. M MIIJLES. 4 ' nnuiem eaa)Tr.) f ti a..-c::.B to tae pmertUKM of -w a:-:.. ueih. Atifll ae turned- AU "'-:. i. f raiiivJ i:in!a-try. fiftce ia the :w. i.-r M M Tria;i A to. atore. eomer - uro ami patriot Kreeu. f R. J0IIX EILL5, K DfcNTIST. J ice Uf-ia;Ti m tout A Beentt E"iork. f3.W3l. COI-LIN. ' 1-LNTleT. i'-t a Ssrtri Bioek Lpt:r. a here k. a at ftuit.,; a; t.ma preaart to do al kintl. v t...:nj reiiiatii.g . extrai-unc, A" t-vti tt ai'. a.tid au.l of Uie beat a ard. A., work uaranuxtl. i )J. K. MILLER I' t-anr... atel in Berlin frw the prar a. U3.w vpalM iaricw -rat-ift County Hank. L7XRi:lilD 1TT ) . Ha?.?.:sc rj.pf.rrTS, f"MT. Caaa.ax. ! c of t Ta-ud ittatea. changes voderate. fi . .at ;t. mt.r aum -ia a !-Ll.i.- Ii iniAN, MERCHANT TAILOR. ,Aa.r lirSeyt Slora.) T:SFACTION CUARANTEED. Somerset. Pa. MERCHANT TAILOR, " a Bun.) sojfitszr, a. V f It, T ".,. """'' awl Winter fknltlnn " i-n, uatK' ouarautewd, awl S NOTICE. f1 f Ja-,i T- riowrtaa. aer d. Ule of MfT- ' KiwoeieA fn I'. -.;,!' '-" oixterucBed by the nmear iti ., ' arret, t:eo to ail penal '! -rj r1 !". ni' ""wl a;e par- "ui fwaim. aea.nrt tfce aamc ''i'T a.jtnnt;e.:ei lor aettle- ninuy. Keattnber a. W. at Letiiw,:j IrjA, ib Aieretwiaie t.t r. JjH c kUofjer. ' .a a. j Wa.aMSxi tmSi ms. AdmlaiMatar r JL VOL. XXXVIII. -THE- FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF Somerset, IPerm'a. OCOSITS Hr.CtlVF.DI" LAMCC AN 0 SMALL ABIOUWTB.. PAYABLE OH DtMtfD. ACCOUNTS OF MERCHANTS. FARMERS. STOCK DEALERS. AND OTHERS SOLICITED. -DISCOUNTS DAILY. BOARD OF DIRECTORS! URr( M. iiwu. W. If. Willi;, Jae .. IY-.h. Cham H. KisHta, Jous I: SorT, i.u. IL Sill, J mo E. I5;e eek. Edw ard Sctu, : Valentke Hit, A.xmtEtv I'AEttu, PliD-lDEXT PllEMDKVT : Ci!IIEIL Tlie fiin.If nn.I wrr.r;tis .f thi Ink Are irtirelT ppjUtl in lelrtei O.r li Burjinr f fxif ."Aft. The only Safe n.a-ltf Atiicluifly IJarjrisr-proof. National Bank Notice. Tavy lt.r ARTerT. Orrn r or (Vmrriuii i m..r thi iiKrxrr W 1 J., Aup. 8, I?-9. ) THEREAS, l.r ettv&cinry evidence r- wtutHj ioii- un.VrM;.in-'t, it ha aeti matie tn -rr hat - 'I txv t jrt Naii. nal K!!k of . n in B.r.i.sh f smttvi ii! the Coante of snwrtl. a:.d salr f Ptoii iTama. b nxa-piit-i iri:n aU th? (-m-;i;jrn jf tin? rttuof ihe I u:;J ?t.t4. npjlrv! to tT.i.:J aith I, fore an aiatiou shmi be auliionzetl to cajib Bif'.re thi.- t.nii.i'.!i of ltrki!:K NOW THEREFORE. I, E1wM S. Iry, t o.j'tn.:.r i tl:r t iipi-imt. no hwvhv tnny !.at -1 In- r irt Nat i ion 1 lur.k -f Kumeri," ia the H."-t:h v rmwn-t, :n tt- t tiuv of?-..m.-wt ami .it- of ivri:vlvn,a. l. abUxmxMt to r.iriin".x'e the bii-in- of lion t :r.r (.i.vulej in -r.n r 'iftt-uiK hi:n.ire1 a:.i n.tv-niue of ttekevuol Mntiitct tlie I mui "tales. . itH.'tnvKt ajir.y m une my hand itCAL-J nnl i W oJicc tae J.ta uy of Au--JL ISt1. E. . Lacy, ;No. 11X. CoB-rtri.i;..TJthe Oirrcncv. PILLSBURY'S BEST XX XX! I FLOUR All n:r rt.ti'c.itK-1 In j.a. Ic .-. 1itt thin Oir fiiiar i f.:i.-l. m.'i. rmi-i t lult4 Se-ltn-.! Har: Mme?..U a:i lk4 "idnf W IimI in tar fanxti Fiil..iir .t M.:iuefioijM., M:iiu. ati-i i traiit1ei riI.L.SBL'KY S BEST XXXX ViIAPr.l a). Tbfve m:. are thrre io nuaitier, with a ca;ritT of V Ui :.' . itAl.n.l.l PER YEAR. ! To trvl titr ril rim-pn !'i TT 'if- bi;h of j wa! ..-i-.i. t ii-,' (:::.. Rr "A" M:".l i LM .."S t 1't a; T m.Il iO tii. wr .1 f.:itiiii; rfr tiihia ) jf a heat lrT .la. It i .uj.t.aed itn Hie Qia k nrrr known lo Ifie nii.iUj Ira te : norx-lrim- La. f.-en U) ;u ir .eTle'-u.io in a.i 0. la.W. awl it I Uw Bt t-vrft-. t .b.l uw giooe. t,n- PIT Plll-ixiry' to fa th Ir.-rr- l,ir ITliVlw itl tff I tilted !T. tmfc- i ffev. iU 4',Itt:r itii(tai,L. Il wnl rrciU nl tco tSxi. nuvW fmn mirr Vht. il rvi nift nxiwure In mmtLtf. and Uar.Ti (Uv.. It 4 IaSO lt? T.it lintrTt.r lii-t tMiIl,j. a a r ata. .tUi-tT fur. vrfbuir bit the irc in iu muuw-iiire. M -TiiKfiu: a:M iittiia h.iit hu mr Unrrt pnflrtMt of itiiiWa 4VJ.1 pni haW-s erf any fTowu ia Tble wintry, and br onr in.rrTii rr KiHer irtrraaa, f tutu a ft fn ihe beat a H :u Dutrt tj'miuit'p. U'w-t-! 1 intin them rto ito ih in)eTUr rartr 4 flfrr. r un der the io j-wrt of BJiiliiir. At th ftrn irme th t fvir ili mate the w hit et. lvtiiTt lia" of hrrad in thori.i, Uin at on" th? tM, b.th.t anU cbrt tv.ur U:W cau b unrd. N.'id only by JOSJAH KELLER, Somerset. It is to Your Interest TO BCY TOCR Drugs and Medicines OP Biesecker & Snyder. UCCBIBOBS TOCI. BOVO. Kone bt!t the pnrest and bet kept la dock, and w litn Drup becunie inert by atanJ itic. as certaia of tlirrn do, we de uroy tliera, ra-'lier t!imn ira aiae on our t'aatumera. Yon can dejend on havirg yonr PRESCRIPnGNS L FAMILY RECHPTS died with care. Our jni art a low aa ant otiwr tjrtlai ho-o. an J oa ma: r aniclea n jth lower. The rwrj;e of lliut coantjr awrn to know tli and l.ae rnrra tif a lar.-e al.arv of tlienr pauvrtiaAre. and we ahal! rii! wLn t re them tie very bee (rb fr their nvwtejr. lk r I 'vet U.at we make a iM-iaitr of FITTING- TKUSSKS. We f-ua-ante aa!iratUn1 ax.i if Jtn Lare La! trout. te ia l.m ti.m-.ion, g rt ai a rail. SPECTACLES AND EYE-CLASSES I in r-ea! Ta-ter; A ti'.'i aet of Teat Lenaea. C n.e in and hae four eyes examined. No charpe iot eiaminatkiQ. ard e arecrnfideflt we ran nuil run. tome ad aee ua. BIESECKER L SNYDER. CURTIS K. GROVE. SCXERSET, PA. BC3!ES, FLriGHS, CARRIAGES, fPEIN'i WAiON3. BftX W19051 AKD EAeTERS ASD E5TEk 0BJC farcUahed oa Slxirt Notice. PaintiDg Dos on Ebort Time. Ky wort i na.1e rxit of TMeoaary .vnasae' Baed, Bad -ne eoa m.t Men. .itii:::atjj tk.ntn-tei. Keat!v rnp-he!. and arraatfl io z: Bauafacuoa. Ejlc7 Crl7 Hat Class "rrrfcrta. Kenairlnc of AS Kiml la Vt Um Done on BBurl urc Irieea KtAsj.N AitLa, aad All Work Warranted. Call an4 Examiae my Block, and Learn PrVea I tlo Wasnawcrk. and furnina Seive far Wind Hilia. Itenenber Uie placa, and rail la. CUETI3 K. GROVE, (Baal of Court Hoaae) 8USE.-rT. PA Bo e XO. 13. CARPETS ! THE FISEST ASD LARGEST STOCK WEST OF SEW TC2K. 6 Large Floors Packed with Fall Goods. 6 ALL ENTIRELY NEW DESIGNS. Axmin-.ter. 'VViltoa, Mojuette, Vel vet and Uody Dru-fIs.Carr)Cli. Ttpcsttrv Drupels Carrcta from 50 cents jr yyd up. Inirrain CaqL, 25 cents a yard np. ILa, Cottle and Hemp Carpets. CLina Matting from tt.(K) jer roll t'p 10 yarJs iu a roll. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Rugs and Art Squares. Lace Curtains. Chenille and Tur coman Curtains for Portieres. Cornice Polos from 25 cents up. Window Shades mounted on best prinp Rollers, at 50 cents each anybody can han them. "Country dealers supplied at the" same rates as in largest Eastern houses, thus making qnite an item in saving of freight. . Eted Grostzinger, 627 and 629 PEXX AVENUE, PITTSBURGH. H DOIT PLEDGE (urB.1-ea tn kwp abreast, but to keep tlie lead overail others in selling you Tare, AWIntely Psre, tad well Xatar fit, Kie Whiklr, ,Bd Mi art At prices that make all other dealers hus tle. Jan think of it : Orcrholt 1 Co'ft Ptre Fye, five Teara.M. l-uil quartB 1, or 110 per dozen. Sti!l bettr : Finch. t,oItUa Wfdior, ten reareolJ. Full qunrts $!,or f - per d'osen. Better still: Keatnrky Bovrhon, ten years old. Full quarts 11.25, or $12 per dozen. And one of the mottt saleable A" hiskeyt on our list is Ths Pike Eig!it-Yiab-0li Expobt Ol t EANMEIMEH. Full qtS. f 1. f 10 doi. There is noYVhickey that has ever been sold that bas frniwn in favor with the public no rapid!)-as our old Export, and the simple reason is that it is utterly im possible! to duplicate it. There will never l sny let op in the purity and tine flavor in any particular of the Pure ( w'lfornia Wines we are now selling at DO cents per bottle. Full quarts, or $-i per dozen. In making op yonr orders please enclose I'oetoliire Money Order or lraft, or I!-giotr your order. JOS. FLEMING & SON, WHiH.rJALl AKD KETAIL DHVGGISTS, PITTSDrrtGH, PA. 412 Market St., G. of Dianiond. STATIONERY, ARTIST'S MATERIALS, Fancy Goods. Laaaiar abb bibt asaoe-rt Tt cm. a roc a im PHIXT1XO OK ALX. kixtjs. EoprrUI AlU sties wives U Engraved Wedding Invitations and Cards. Sa.l OtSm tactne f-awjt AttBatiea, tl JOS. EICIIDAUil JL CO, 4 ruin atf piTTsnrct;n. REAL ESTATE -AX- PRIVATE SALE. inTtMoixe to go wear. i orrcs ron ALC riBST. SIT Iei.um; IlarE axd Lot, (mVain trn tnnrt, Pa. the knwe tadnr a Ttei- H-ira f'4.a rf eleveB rnumi, Weil Ln-lt. arv! rintrie tn rr' .tvte. Otvai water, eei.r. el vni an-1 itutai.liuia ei. A rtrv Kre.fcjr oo Vain Owb -ree, trie 6"t ft. ltris awl P a i.meerr. tt wH w.iev lia three naars and the thiri iw M. H. Vk elri v as a t.urrBpft at Wev Thar 1 aJaotl the ravtnwa a jfixji Brick ' ar B-e'. THIBK A ifalle Bt.lMittf Iak on Vain hw Ktreet and atharne ttrreL Thk kaauotiit a'.tf.f v x'r trut t-e.. ra lieariLir. F"i KTH. ive l ir .i.ne ix, dt-iateil In aaid I'...rl, oa haee. A4. bjmI -valuer Hireete. riKTU, A lojrf "rarae Hunt, anil Lot, tn I rsitia BiTirtiybi. eiiniainirit wven mntna. Ilmw on a ftrner lot Ijraier iy occupied by 1. S. kuhiBian. glXTiL A tract M lani in Ck Townilp, mnre.arid Ohikit. r.rtai:ii::r sjfi area. nmre or Urm : n a-re are cleared. BiiSale Bear Wea ver' !a:tL fhVlMH, 1 ofirtie pf nr. Innrr and Isroeiw The t.atv h kind and rectle. Tbee prrieniea bewKil Ux part rich, aad ott pafaaeoa to Mitt WTLaM-nu HENRY F. SCHELL, ari-3ra. eoaxwrr. Fa. YBMIXITILATOE S NOTICE. kouate of Chatnbet Hnoa. ee d. late of Boawr aet lioroa.ii. Stmeret anty. Pa. Lettrni of adminmrauoB en Uie above eatatt havinir been rTanted tatbe ondeTRSned by th prjer aulhofitv. ail persons itidebteil to aid ea-tu- are rt-)aeted tomake parmenL and tbtaw kanrj claim, to preaent then dniy authenuca. ted fur arttiemeul on aaturdav. the lthdavo OrtoLier, lw, ike late irwlwa of deeeaaed. icptlL Admiuiaaator. SALESMEN to Intro- nee ard aell onr f Be stork to tfcetr owb Vixmiitwa. rile fvt our Heeia term, to imleanea otuin Ibe preaent aeaaoa. Es. t!Mi temlnrr rnuited. rajkrr ond pen ana paid to good turn. Addraw at ones, SELUER ATWOOD. Ill be. Sarier) awn, Geneva, 5. T. niorset SOMERSET, PA., FOR CKICJCTH CHOLERA. CSHeros ft, Ehekoytaa. Via, Not. UL 1SSS. I CBTw Bled Ft Jacob. Of. for chicken cholera Da treat auo caa. Ererf fowl . affected wlta the disease wma eared t It aad I Keomffleod it ai a ear en re. It has tared MBis; doliaiB. H. A. Kt'EXXE. Breeder of Fiae low la. Kakmneld. CaL. Oct 12, 18. X BAT need SL Jocoot Oil for ao:Uaead of dtickea with pronspt pcrmsrient cure. On borUe wCl care 10 lo 15 chicken: to 1 drop curei WltecJea. J AS. BETHAL. mWGZXESALDIKtCTIOXlXixupaef Of' af or doaA tatm&d witA AZ. JarU 0. $ Cafat cssiaei mmcBvm Jam M imthetn. Ma mme can mnl &M0k wtU Ae OtL I'M C tftef wtBJtMaBt tat mjui bt cared. At Dttam in PiaLiea TEE CHASLES V0CELE1 Ca. BUawa. Ed.. The' Old Doctors Ditw blood, modern doctors cleanse it ; hence the In creased demand for Altera tives. It is now well known that most diseases are due, not to over-abundance, lut to imparity, of the Blood ; and it is eqnally well attested that no blood medicine is so efficacious as Ajei's Sarsanarflla. " One of my children had a Urpa sors break out on the leg. VTe applied simple remlies, for a while, thinking tlie sore would shortly heal. lint it grew worse. Ve sought me.!i al advice, and were told that an alterative medicina was necessary. Aycr's Sarsapaxiila liews . ..... '; Recommended v above all others, we used it with mar velous results. The S"r healed and health and streneta rtdly returned." J. J. Armstrong, YVeiuiar, Texas. " I find Ayer's Sarsanarilla to be an admirable remedy for tuo enre of blooil diseases. I preiu-ribe it, and it doe the work every time." E. 1. I'ilor, M. Munhaztan, Kansas. " We have sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla ltere for over thirty "years and always reromruend it when asked to naiue the best liiiKxi-puritier." W. T. McLean, lrnggtst, Augusta, Ohio. "Ayer's melieines continne to be the standard rernptiiea in apiu of ail com petition." T. W". llieluaund. Beat Lake, Mich. f Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rsErAjtEa r Dr. J. C Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mass. 1'rlca l; six bauks, ti. WarUi 5 1 bauls. WM. IIASLAGE & SON, SELECT FAMILY GROCERS. JL monthly publication of interest to every housekeeper, m.ilerj on application, When Visiting our Exposition, pie ace drop h to see us ; will try to make you fee! at home. Wm. Haslage l Sgx. IIS DIAMOMU (Market Squa; e.) PITTSBURGH, PA- Mouscaccecas auioc. STOP! LOOK! IISTEHI EYERTONE WANTS TO KNOW WHERE TO GET THE MOST OF . OF THIS WORLD'S CCODS FOS THE LEAST MCSEY 7 WE HAVE THEM iDishes.: WHITE, YELLOW, OLASS, AM Hi KIXGIIAM WARE, IM CMCAT VAHICTT. BASKETS, LOiKIXG-GASSES, HANG I SO LAMF, STA.VD LA Mrs Lamps of all Peerriptton. . Novelties and Oddities in China THE PLACE FOR FANCY 4 STAPLE GROCERIES 13 AT THE ST0UE OK ED. B. COFFROTH, SOMERSET, TA. A New Hotel at Cumberland. The nadeniTied, and Jew Baugh; nan a ve pur ehaavd the AMERICAN HOUSE, At OimberUnd. Vd and have refltled and refue-ne-hed tbe mid Home, and naie it a nrM4-laas HoteL to areocatsodaie tne trsejinc pubhe with gaodlahte, aad choice liqna-wai tbe bar. Be a tan tia In ermneetiow with the 3oie! a larre quajuiTT of iiauchmaa arxi 6nitiT Pure Old Kyc A4 htskey hi' sale, by tbe ham-lot gallon, at the KjUowtcf prtcua r Two Tear eld at f.' on per f5 iloa. Tore - - - SO -Four " " - 13 00 - Tbe price of the jn H 10 eents (or e ich raHoa. Tbe BTM of tbe Wbwkevand Jxf Bint aJwava BeixMnpstrf the order. wh--cb will im ufe prompt aneuuua aad ahipnest. .Addreasaii jrderato uiSa. 8. P. Swottzer.Comt eriaad Md. ... V Mm ESTABLISHED 1827. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1889 AUTUMN. with ahy brown eves .he nas again. Vith hair a fanny, tilkea akeia, Ai full of light as f-oMcn-rod ; Ive tn her voice, love In her nod. She treads ao aoitlv w one knows Tbe trme the oime, the time thtf goca, Tbe araat ia brown, the leaves begin Thfir guld atvl criatauB dye to win, Each cricket sinits a kwd as u-n To dr jarn th aoivy ktriM, wbea Yi eae,0 atatd, tebid aacrr To Summer sweet, a long food-by. And when roe go the leave, are guac ; The aver s farewell Brent ia Sown ; Ptwr Cnpid puts awar hi wica. And clove te eurv eornen cIiba. Tne rude Bind, nrker, a ilk a .bout. The Winter la, the Antaaui uut. There". .liie la ber fchj tmiB erei, Thuxb gay her gswa with tawnjr 3m ; Lore In ber voire bt telling nxist Of one w ho t loved, but Lived and Icat She trea.la ao AI j m aae knows Us time ahe eomi. the time abe goui, BatUm Traveler. Americans Far in the Lead. The Scripps Ieagup, composed of fifty representative wcrkingtuen and journal ists, who went to Europe for the purpose of studying Uie conditions of their fellows in the older world, that they might carry back with them such impressions and suggestions as might Lea benefit to the toilers in this lanJ, are home aatn. They arrived yesterday on he City of Rome. They fouml every one very kind to them during their tour abroad. Courte sies were extended to them by number of manufacturers in England, France, Ger many and Beliriuin, with the single ex ception of the Krupp gun works at Eseen, Gartoany. They were admitted to tbe Woolwich Arsenal, where they were g.venallthe information they desired. At Paris they were made the special g.jesU of the city. Twice thej werebreak faited by Minister Whitelaw Reid. M. IUrtholdi, the designer of the great Lib erty Statue, gave to each of tbe members of the expedition w hen they visited his works a specimen of the metal from which the Statue of Liberty ia made, bearing an appropriate inscription. The members of . the league do not t link that the workingmen on the other side can compere with American toilers eithei in dress, method of liviisf, rate of remuneration or results aixomplished. The observation of the members in a greit measure tended to show that onr products are in nearly every case superior to foreign articles in the same line. This is especially so in the case of machinery, Funning machinery principally stands out as an evidence of the skill and in genuity attained by Americans over tht rest of the world. BEUISDTHB AGE IX SI BOPE. Mr.Cheeney of the Washburn Mills, Minneapolis, Minn., representing the miller, in examining the exhibit in the Paris Exposition, said he had juat taken out from his mills as unfit for use tbe same kind of machinery that Uie French are now exhibiting. A. T. Anderson, tbe representative of the tinsmiths, said be saw workmen in Paris shaping metal for a looy, and it re quired nine processes to do what the Americans do in three. Joseph Thorpe, representing the en gineers, said : "On the other side I talk ed with a number of the engineers, and found they were not organized. Tbe wages are 50 per cent, lower than in this country. They still use the open cabs in the eng-'nes. The seats have been taken away, because it is supposed that without them tbe men will not go to tleep." kI saw nothing on tbe other side equal to American workmanship," said William Dalaney, representing the bricklayers. "5Ien there work slower than they do here. In Paris the men can cement the Iront ol a brick House, giving it the ap pearance of stone. This could be done in this country if it were not for the damaging effects of our climate." WOHEM WotKINO AS Bl.Al XSM.THS. Mrs. IUrry, representing the depart ment of women's work and tbe Knights of Ijtbor, said the condition of the female w age workers on the other side is very deplorable, except in the field of clerical work, in which they have tbe advantage of working leas hours than their Ameri can sisters. They tare also paid less wages, and do not live or dress as well. In tbe BUrk V strict in Yorkshire I saw women working at the fjrges. Hre the shot are ia bouses, the wife generally acting aa helper to Ler husband. The women make chains and nails. One woman she saw eogAg?d at this wort was Oil years old. "I saw women make band iuade ahiruat ninepence each, and machine-made at one shilling and three aence dosen, she cooctudeJ. Ilnb Cavaaaitigh, ho represented the shaM-maker, ay the men on tbe other st ie do nut do within 23 per cv-nL what tbe American do. There is an indiso aitioa to improve on machinery, and the turn are not tested to see just what tbey are capable of doing. In France the men only work fifty-four hours a week, and have a great many holidays. The piece system prevail. "So far are we ahead of the ironwork ers of Glasgow that I would break their machinery for Tap," waa the opinion of Mr. William 1 1 anna, representing the ironworkers. The printers -were represented by Mr. Ogdvn. "The mecbanical work in En rope is where ours was twenty years ago," be said. Luxury of Modern Travel. The Pennsylvania railroad has a new dining car that cost them $ 15,000. "Them" is not good grammar. Why not ? "lVcarue it refers to Pennsylvania rail road, which ia a singular noon." Sit down ; there's nothing singular about the Pennsylvania railroad, bat that "them" doesn't refer to the railroad anyhow ; it refers to tbe passengers. Eack to bf celt, escaped one ; you didn't think a rail road company paid for its own equip ment, did you? Here, pot him in tbe incurable ward. Brooklyn EajU. Two Sides of the Case. "That's a qoeer headline in the pap""." said Mrs. gchoepienstedt, " 'Lost, a For tune and Wife.' I Wonder which he winced tbe most," "Tbe fortune probably" said Mr. Scboeppenstedt. beartlesslr. I' h bad the wile it would be bard for him to get another fortune, bat if he had a fortune, be coo Id easily get another wife." Som trrCU Journal. Ups That Never Touch. Over in the Mikado's empire kissing is an nnknowo pleasure, and even between lovers as well as between hasband and wife osvulatory enjoyment is a liberty never indalged in. Although the young maidens Lave the rosiest of lips, the whitest of teeth and the sweetest of smile, their dainty little mouths are as forbidden .fruit to their sighing swains, who must content themselves with more formal uunifestattons of their lore. A Tokio correspondent of the San Francisco ilinmklt writes thus : Tis a melancholy fact, but a Japanese has no ench impulse. No lover cocrts his mistress with "sweetest persuasive kisses." So mother kisees her baby as she has it to her bosom. Parting hus band prestes tbe band of Lis wife and bends his forehead to the mats in sad farewell. Our salutations ran th rough the crescendo of bow, hankshake, kiss and kiss. I can't explain the difference in grade between the last two, but every body knows. Rat ia Japan the expres sion of regard is regulated by tbe num ber and length of the salaams. A friend wbo constantly travels about the country told me of a lit'Je illustra tion in point. He La i been on the road for six wveks, having with bitn a native merchant who was interested in bis busi ness. On their return to Tokio be ac companied the broker to his home, a permit fot the night's visit having been obtained from the local Inspector of Po lice. The wife met ber husband and friend at tbe door and ushered them in. To gether they assisted their guest to remove his coat The wife next took from her lord his wadded kimono and other wraps and folded them away. Then, nd not until then, did they kneel upon the ma's and bow long and low to each other. "You have been many weeks away from ok," said the wife, in a awt, atTjctioaate voice. "We have waited for you with impatience. I hope that yon are well, der lanoakesan." And he thanked ber and said he was. What a Woman Can Do. That there are some desirable things that a woman can do, tlie Boston Time admits and cites some examples. Here are some of them : She can come to a conclusion without tbe slightest trouble of reasoning on it, and no sane man can do that. .7"i Six of them can talk at once and get along first rate, and no two men can do that. She is cool as a cucumber in a baif dozen tight dresses and skirts, while a man w ill sweat and fume and growl in one loose shirL She can talk as sweet as peaches and cream to the woman she bates, while two men would he punching each other's head before tbey had exchanged ten words. She can throw a stone with a curve that would be a fortune to a baseball pitcher. She can say "no" in such a low voice that it means "yes." She can sharpen a lead pencil if you give her plenty of lime and planty of pencihi. She can dance all night in a pair of shoes two sizes too small for her and en joy every minute of the time. She c.n appreciate a kiss from her husband seventy-years after the marriage ceremony is performed. She can go to church and afterward tell you what every woman in the con gregation had on, and in some rare in stances can give you some taint idea of what the text was. She can walk half the night with a colicky baby in her arms without once expressing the desire of murdering tbe infant. She can do more in a minute than a man can do in an hour, and do it better. She can drive a man crazy in twenty four hours and then bring him to para dise in two seconds by simply tickling him under the chin, and there does not live that mortal son of tdarn's misery who can do it. He Hurrah'd for the Twelfth Massachusetts. "Ilarrsh! hurrah !" sboated veteran. as the onbtra at the saengerfest began to play a selection. "Ycu must be quiet,' ,id one of the usher", rushing npto him. "Not much I tnusn't," said the veteran, "not when that is played, I nsed to be long to that regiment, and I'll shout fur the boys as lung as the Almighty gives me breath." "Your regimenL What do von mean T asked the nher, as the crowd waited to bear tbe result of the disturbance. "That's what I mean," said the vetrin putting his finger on the program. "There it is. Twelfth Mass ! That's my regiment! Tire old Twelfth Massachu setts ! We fought from Bull Run to Five Forks r It was only when be was convinced that it was a piece of church music that he wooM consent to be qniet. DtinnL Journal. William Johnson, colored, had his wife arrested recently .for assaulting and beating him. He told all about it in the Jefferson Market Court, New York. 'Jedge," he said, "dat air woman's terror. She cum after me wid a big ra zor, an' she'd a killed me, suah, Jedge ef I hadn't a run like a streak. She said ter me, says she. 'Look out! I'se a com in' fur yer" Ien she plucked dat razor outer ber stockin' an' jea' cum fer me like sixty," 'What uid yon do V asked Justice Gorman. "What did I do? Why, what would you do if that woman was com in' after yer? Yer don't think 1 was such a dab- berglasled fool as to stand still, do yer No, sir! I went, I tell yer." At this point Mrs. Johnson broke in. "He's a iyin' like 2:40, Jedge," she said. "I never carried no razor in my stotk in'.cos I don't wear no stocking.' See?" she said. She told the truth. "Well, she bit me anyway," broke in the hasband. "Dat's another lie, Jedge," eaiJ the wife. "How could 1 bite him when I ain't got no teef. Jes look here." At the same time she opened ber mouth wide, showing that she bad only two molars in the back part of ber mouth. "WeK, that's indisputable evidence," remarked tbe Justice. "You're discharged. tie Wise Words. Nothing is so immatable as truth. A great, strong heart ia never over come. Hypocrisy and knavery are Siatua? twins. Ostentation is the sigrtal flag t.f hyp---rwy. I-et yonr anc-r set with the sun, but never rise with it. Many a man w ho fries to ride a holby gets thrown finally. Some ipeople are so constituted that they would kick at football match. Nothing is so indicative of deeet cul ture as a tender consideration of the ig norant. No books are so legible as the lives of men, no characters so plain as their mor al conduct. Tbe grandest and strongest natures are ever the calmest. Restlessness is a sym bol of weakness not yet outgrown. There is no beautifier of complexions or form of behavior like Uie wish to stut ter joy and not pain around oa. Perhaps the secret regrets of life are the weightiest, and chiefly on this ac count they are incommunicable. There may be times when silence is gold, and speech silver; but there are times also when silence is death and speech life. A brave man thinks no one his supe rior who does him an injury, for he has it then in bis power to make himself su perior to the other by forgiving it. Tbe condition of the world would be improved, if men would think less of the dishonor of submitting to wrorg, and more of the dishonor of doing it. Every Day Life. A man's character is betrayed by the merest trifies in the-coure of hit daily life. It is enrions to observe how di;Ter entlv different people do the same thiols. Take the operation of shaking han la. One might expect a thing of that sort to be done by everybody in the same style. Instead of which one man graspi your hand sternly as in a vice ; ano'ii-r gives it a soft pressure ; another seems to mis take it for the handle of the village pump ; another lays in your palm a life less band, that feeis like a bundle of cold sausage. Observe the difference also in the management of the hat. Intended for the same porpose, how differently it is used ! One man claps his band on his bead like the lid of a spring box ; anoth er adjusts it cautiously with both hands as if it were made glass, and must be handled with care. Equally different are the methods of wearing the hat. One man wears itcn bis back hair, another covers his eyebrows with it, another wears his cocked over one eye to su-g.st that he is a 'knewin one, which he gen erally hi in the sense of knowing some things which it is a part of true knowl edge not to know. Tnere is equal differ ence in salutation. One man taken off his hat with a flourish as if he were giving it an airing ; another contents himself with a commercial dab at the brim. So, againH with the salutation of the eyes. One has a furtive expression and cannot encounter yo r eye, another looks earnestly at you as if seeking fel lowship and sympathy ; another gorgon ize yoa with a stony stare- By ail such slight tokens does a man reveal his true character whether good or bad. A Shocking Statement. Miss De Pink (trying to gt the con- versatiou into a pleasant groove) "I was so shocked while reading Max O Lell s book, to-day. He said in America the girls do the proposing. Isn't it contempt- ble in him to print such a slander? Mercy! Wny, any self-rerpecLng Aiucri- can g.rl would die before she'd let a man know she loved him. The idea of our girls proposing r Mr. Bashful" Don't they V . "Of course not." " "I I'm very sorry, bcaue I never, never, eoald pluck np courage to pr-po lo a girl. I feel very blue to think a girl wouid rather die tnan than let me know she wanted to marry me. I I guess I'll go home. G-wd bye." Oh ! Oh ! Oh ! Don't g l I I hire yoa ! Merry ! I nearly lost ya ! S.t down on the sofa, my darling." .V. 1". -Nt.. Coils, pimple, and akin diseases of all kinds speedily disappear when thebl.axl is puritied by th use of Aver' Sarsapa rilla. It his no e-j'ial as a t .n:c a'tem tive, the results being immediate and satisfactory. Ask your drug:. .'or it, and take no other. let Too Fresh. Jones wss sitting oa the front s e; of an Austin mansion one night, waiting for his sweetheart to come oat. She knew what time to come, ana Jones didn't wish to ring the bell fr fear of alarming the old folks. Presently he heard the door open, and the old man muttered something about somebody's being " too fresh." " Old you address youref to me 7" asked Jones, springing up with a Hashing eye. " No," replied the old gentleman, mild ly. " I was speaking to the paint on the steps. It was pet there only this after noon." . Jones found with dismay that the statement was true, and it only required about two minutes for him to rtach hid room and soap an I water. T r $L':ia.js. Card Of Thank 3. If tlie proprietor of Kemp's Balsam should poblish a card of thanks, contain ing expressions of gratitude which come to him daily, from thoee who have been cured of severe throat and lung troubles by the use of Kemps Balsam, it would fill a fair sized book. How ranch better jo invite all to call on any druggist and get a frte sample bottle that you may test for yourself its power. Large bottle 50c and'fl.OO. He (on the piazza at night ; There' a coo! wave corn in z. She (anxiously) Oh, dear! I hope it won't come between ns. And he drew nearer, so it couldn't. The liver and kidneys must be kept ia good condition. Ho-jd's Sarsaparilla is a great remedy fer regulating these organs, c! CtL o WHOLE XO. 1902. A Badly Soid Thief. One of the enruraion tta larding at En'ij-iton rU-aeL the other day, aoetn.1 exaiily fi:te. to the term grevti Mta." He was an oldish man. with t'ie stvnt of bordH in his clothes, sod as he moved n .iin.l he left a tmil ,f hy.-eti ithind In ui. lid had 1K Si.iner It ft Ibe trai.i than be p.r.m Led a youin; uati who as negligently leaning ciint a pst at the entrant- to the depot, ami w.iI : " By gum, thij is nice. I've got awav for a day, and I'm going riglit in and have a slashing good time." "That's right, nncie," kindly replied the youn ' man ; "tnat s w hat -ve com here for to erjoy ourselves. It takes money, though." " You bet it does, but I've got the rhi no right here in my clothes. Bin savin' np fjr eight months. I'm jit goin' right in, regrdlestf of expense. Look-a-here!" He pulled a fat wallet from his hind pocket and patted it affectionately, and confidentially whispered : "R-h-i-n-o, rhino! Come and have a drnk of sas'apariity and some ice cream." The two were soon fast friend. Sever al philanthropists sought to s gnal the old man that he was in tow ol a pick pocket, but he was oblivious. The yonng man steered him from place to place, paying fer ao-ia water, ginger ale and peanut in the most liberal ruai.ner, but somehow every tiuie he atu-tip l to go dwn into that bind pocket, the hind pocket wasn't there. After thr-e hoars' hrl and persevericg work, he finally got his finders on the wallet ani quickly transferred it. Then be sud lenly an nouneed : "Say! Yo'i wait rght here a minute. There's a party out there I want to peak to." "All right." reepnnded the hayseed, Looking up from his ice crea.ni, " bat don't 1 gone long. I'm a-1 avin" the gMKhtluradevt bet time in tny life, and I I "lon't waut n.'thin' to bapper. Something did happen, however. The ronn man did not return. Several hours later old hayseed went np to the Man hattan Deach, and found bitn sitting on a bench, gazing pensively U.ward the sea. "Scuse me," he said, "but if it's the stomach aohe, I've got a phial of pepper mint essence here." "Sir! Are you speaking to me?" de manded the young man as be bristled np. "Yes, sorter to you. You are feelin' sorrowful. You have my sympathy. When yoa come to open that wallet and found it stuffed full of hair dye dodgery I'd a gin a bushel of 'taters to look at yer phiz. Look-s-here And he pulled a great wad of green backs front bis poeket, and patted it fondly, and said : " Thar's nothin' mean about me. I'm simply an old ruta-bag from the agri cultural district. Let's have a glass of pop together." X. T. Sun. She Knew why She was Ished. Pun- " Whenever you punish a child," eay those wise people who find it so easy to give good advice, " always be sure that the child understands perfectly why you do so." The mother of a rtain Mias Alice ated upon this principle, but it is not sure that it is always suo-essful. The little girl was in the ha jit of cr y ing upon the very slightest occasion. Finally she was wara-l tha' the next lraie sfie o::c'nJ l in lu.il way she siioui-1 he punisned. S-n af:erwarl she was hear! Dialing lustily. " hat are voj cry :rg fjr . in. tired her mother. "fW-ai'.h b.i!.--t w .!! not let m-g- out to pj;v. Tl. threatened pun -.i nert was very promptly a l inni-rI. 0" ", i her i i.'-r. ,i j T"'J :-T 7,H1 " pui-"i j " :h- fc-u-nx" ; "hy was it T" l'' Fridr t : 1 3-'t let me ! T ,Jt Ui P:r "- " If Can t Lova Anything. A little g:rl was wvtur conjug-,ti..i. t. r Uma in er .', to lov, in i.-it.re ri ent ten.," callel the teat l.er " I love, th)U love., he "T '.. sa.d the little girl. " II, she or it r-ves," prm.pted the prece,lor." can't lov. any.h eg," j iea-id the little girl. And the teacher, sod.Ien'y ra k with new idea, only repi:ed : e. on." And this i!ea.ne to the 'ic!ier, but not to some other, was that jrammar as taught by bovk is a h 1 nlnig. !i!y very lately, to q-ite one i.itanoe lr nu a myr iad, did the grammar recognize that "yoa" is a singular pronour, though it has been o used fer three centuries, and "yoa are" and all sim.lar phraBes were parsed by iheir rules as second person plural. Brt'in Tnmrt. Facts Worth Knowing. In all diseases of .the nasal mucons membrane the remedy used roust be non irritatiag. The medical po. fessioa has been slow to learn this. Nothing satis factory can be accomplished with dxieh es, snuffs, powder?, or syrini-es, because they are a'.l irrita.ing, do not thoroughly reach the affected s-irfhee an 1 Bhould be abandoned as worse than failures. A multitude of persons who bl fer years borne all the worry and pain that catarrh can inflict testify to radical cures wrought v 1 Cream Balm. Meant the'Same Thing. Foet (invading the sanctum i oar compositor made an awful uiiftake in my poem. Instead of " I kLed her un der ihe rose," he set it np " under the nose." Editor I don't see the mistake." Poet" Yon don't T Editor "No; Yoa kissed her under the no when you kieasexl h-;r nn.ier the rose, didn't you? Think it over, my trie nd. Rheumatism is cacned by a poisonous acid in lte blood, and yields to Ayer's Pills. Many cases which se-;ined chron ic and h'.peless, have been ccmpletely cured by ti.i medicine. It will coet but little to try what effect the Pill, may have in your case. We pred.ct success. An AoOea! 7l t.'tf Swoeriaf'.,., 5 t-lr-l, .j Ft IHJjtvin. fit BitJrt Ofeird.ii,. p-UfJe of ww Oa.rf.y. ; 4.. knlf; t oiei t1J,lrf, U itawfed ttUUi . Ik CeLuM-i tV U,: WBaaXA. A a appeal O :j Sjf tU 'JvhiiatuWu'' St.hi4 haaLean artit throti oi thw Stata. ww tiawn It txtt j ut ao 1 j,rv. er Ui oy to a.1 tl at this "JottaaCuwi,' appeal iv Sen to Juhnatown C.rou,!j and money tent ia response. 10 tan wul not be shared wita other averring aad bet pie, dlatncta. Uentt our ival M Chdrea o the whoi Ta.y To giveyoo idea of th betpless. and. anient thi appeal is rwtponded to, hopeita t: of a.'faira, w mention the toiiowir.g Suet : Th forrutrr'y beautiful Borough of Wj&i ; was ct..-ejy Waaiid away, not cr. hooae rtmaiuiag. I -a j-cu.i;d athiiol ba.ii ing. buuka, and apparatus, tu tii viii i ;.. Waa ohliu-rateil. T'..e beil U liieoniy reiH- tutd. T!n dial net ls a ik U ofj.; in nutirfothllng btu.ls. Ail Miree,,f tantiotj H pMie. Tliere w.!l b.; one h:iiitlrd l. at tend 'hot .I in thia ili.lncf. if we cn pn,. vi.le meana lo erect a tcmiorary IwiiLiin nletia,;e the r!e a tea. iwr. La..t vear they t. a. I f. ittr full r..iui : this year they B-ill try lodo witfi otte. t'oiiemaiij;h tiirxt'i Srhoil li.tru-t lot its butldi 11, books, and aptaraiiis. tiie value ol i5,'... Tuis du-trct na. a H,t of i), and ttiree-f iur;!is of its tax V'e pp)p erty has been totally destroyed, i-l irr 1 they ha I eight rtaxus fi.led wiih iu pupi:.. This year tiiey will try to niairi-aui f Mr sc-ixU Ls the y-an pjasibiy be kept oja. Cambria li irouli Sohul l:lnt l i....t buildings and property to the vaIu ol .". and three-tiftbs of the laxahie property u been swept away. There .re hers three hu:i-dre-1 cliildreQ to proviilts for. In these three boroughs there is neither hutue nor with which lo b.ipn m ix..!, nor means of providing the name. Tiier are other districts winett have Nwn Uul y crippled and injured. Many of tlie cuiinreu of Johnstown borough hae ftiuixl lnmies 1:1 ile districts smun.l:ii. and wi!l lure : be pmvided Rr. In Lower Yoler Tj:t-ii p a! jiie t .ete are iW e 1 1 Irtn f'O n Joan-tjn and otuer lloucie-J districts, and tins hurien cannot be born entirely by this m d.s trict. The fallowing addicocal d.stncrs bars been badly injured : MiUttile, Eaat Coneraauh, Frank in. K.-t Taylor, Oxwrsdaie. aud Souih r' jra, Hie world Caa jew our extreme neeil .f AeiAi. ItttourUsl rniely The JUie ? 1 per.nlentlent has alise. us U chaiiet.e t:.e friends ut education. W hope the appeal wiil not be in va n. He that givetii y ... i grelh Ivk-t. Let each teat :.er and pupu ,ij kjrtiethiiig for us. If we can ti.ie it over this winter, wecan gtt through. believing the County :upeniiteit.i' to ae the proper eron to rweive and i:.i ieV thia fund, we ark all ciniribii'.i.n.s to le loent J. V. Leet h. Ebenalnio;. Pa., whowi'l. we re .satwlietl, ee that tiie money is lat-.y diMributed to thtwe districts neetiinj; and de serving help. C B. Dvi. Woodvale. Chm. E.s-xii Jvurr, M.Hvii'.e. Secy. Miviltut MraaAT. Coneniaii)ch Itor. IL II. Baioiks, Camhria Bor. W. H. IIah.v, Lower Yoder. Vjf. Davu, East Conemaugh, D. W. A. tot s. East Taylor. J. W. liLEAHtrr, Frankiin. Johv Boteb, Cooperstlaie. J. P. WiLaus, South Fork. HsKEisrcKo, September 2, t!i. The suffering districts rep resenteti in this apial for help certainly deserve tue warm est symith;es of the pubiio, and we un;e upon ail to give as Ur-C? aid as ptw.-;b!e, tliat the schools may be fully organuod and put into operation. The interest is a most wor thy one. the need of help unmistakable, and what we have said in approval of the appeal of Johnstown Borough, we here repeat i.t behalf of these districts. That there may be no misunderstanding in the application of what is given, ail fun. Is for the districts named in the appeal must be forwanled to J. W. Leech, Superintendent of Cambria County, who will make an equitable distri bution of the same. E. E. HiokEC. Superintec.Unt of Public Instruction. READY TO DISTRIBUTE The Relief Commission Will Divide $1,600,000 at Johnstown. IlAkkiast 'so. September 14. TI.e coiu ro lasion appomted to stiperviae the d.st.-,!..i-lion of the fund for the relief of lb S aurferers in th or.enia'lch Va.iey. and ol i er portion of tlx Sta. practuai.y com;, e ted it work thi ruomiag. wiieo it BAi.vr ued secretary Kreiuer lo pay lo the c.a.:j ant in Johuio:i ao 1 vici-i.'y au.jan to niltUsI U reiief ii tl i J..pi .f t r com iiiai..u. Tierwhil he,, i tr . i j Uil to t: Coiieiuiu. ii Va. .ey nr"i p' .r : 10 a '..jii. a"1 . J T i .u ail ut-- aa.-y a.-.it :s p irv .-l a ... -1 tr.lKi'1 f-o a-i ja.i... ' t t.i. '- ' kfel pr.i!. '.pi rf.i, ' ii i a ! tAi tf 1 i i. art awele tr te r. ef I iU tbw ilJIluitd j4-.e. a l i...t i wit r.rc-.t a., to m n-ev a., a t then, aa tae kaji cotMiuot ai J ,.. .' i j eApefniekl Ujt t:if coui.Wt txl i. "'. BJid wt ;T VAilf.luii04.. Bra w;,l l ', t.M aw. .f to a. .Mtef. w..:i.it ... :, ! turou'i L. hau ls .f tte C"oiu. w.. I t- at:-'. "t v'.t rw- W.thoQt iv'-iitl.ti t to. to. fAfraVtfC.A. i Leh B.il reteire ton . A ttie Cftu m ' ri.et fiat. l-- kw i:i lit C. ! Va.y b;st.j tAte t : oowt!iirl it th.a auuiik ; r"r- W..1 fee 111...S . ti ' by o-mi: juiium of arou aio-la ! InaLi. Mi W th am app(.pr.te.l 1-y Uie ojui i uuawoo. ,tivernor lera.er ei-i.l-tl twar'T -! borruareij by ti.ai. Kr l. ei.fvrVBU.ef It of iltff-eyfcA' All.uATy r.,.A. Lorn. W.th tioa utoiiey tiie co. tuvi xt had nothing lo io. A; t.ie niceu.i.; of Hie cuniis.jnion, wii.ca terruiiiate! tody, e'. o were a.j auttioridd U be ftm t.'i moot nee.lv su.ierers iu tne Jer-y sh..re district, wim ti make t-;T .ini liial tll devaj-taled OMiutry. SA Utii'i,' into account the last atu viut a:j'r)pr.atel there were distributed ou'jide of thj Cone;u4iiii Yailey li).r5 ,ri The total amount mwived by the ct.in miaaToa iu $J.iVjllt L The cash oo Land i )i.,Gis.4.i JO, fainnt wliicu must be et Hi oo accouul of OrTsVAJOIJiO COHTk.lt T9 aud appropriauoiis not turned over lo the place fur wh eh tuy are intended . incl i n ing $;),(. for toe Jersey ri:i.r U,virw't.., making the availaOHi am, including juut s.l'J'J OS remaining of the $.'n,'. autiior ized over a tuoiith since to be diat-.buieil among the Conemaah V.liey auifentrs. !, tits.iWi 44. This Wuuid .eave a baiajtce in the band of the commission of tw 51. ). which, with any contrietKions that umy Co cue into its pjiAjn, will be ditr:0u:ed w here it w til du the mt gocih Aitnough nearly three muntu and a haif have elapsed since (ioeruor beaver re, el ted tiie first doualiou toward the relief of ti iloud suilerers, the Cow of cuntrihuiions has not ended. To-day a draft was received from the Lord Mayor of libii..i lir i.''t. in ation ion to i-'.-TfJ previna-ly rertitiietl to ihe Oovemor, with a letter iu wiiit ti tne Lord Mayor sarsi "Tlie jwpie of Ireland uave oOserved with adntiiAiioii tiie treat and strenuous effort tnaile umi-r tuar ciireeti-o to lailiale the etftfCts of the caiamity, and hope that ila evil consequences u;wn the prospering energy of the! unemaugh Yl,ey may sjeli!y pas away." as Akprot: Task. Secre'iry Kremer, of the F'cjkI Ke.'ief Committee, has an anJuous task before hitw in allotting and distribxiting. with the w.-i-ance of tbe Johnstown Board of Inquiry nd Committee on Finance, the $l.tiu au thorized to be given to the CooersiauU V.i! ley ui?erers. The result of the tnvet,ri:-ia of th local board of i:i( ui ry will o taaeu as basis lor the distribution, and tbo ro--c needy will racaiTf proportiooateiy the lar gest amounts.