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jie'. Somerset Herald KEOKUK C SOU LI Ld.U. ,.Novea.:er . twa. t searon for sweet c.JerU drawing to a in aE colon a'.Bieacker & Brwcker A mac Rung barren , - ,. tri,'.at Your.s'b.rni5ltor. Y aof ' cw. l'uriiy.i Accuracy.' jf., tee at Eieaecker A Snvdera. An'kaA OrVeswtK eckerASny- ex-ahastiiis . x?t rU- an a-psctacles rt eroer. jVd!" last j! A- C Chi a. A2tiiJ5e.ttod4Miofeiirtca at Bie- Fx aieo anderwear, good and cheap, go Tit turkey will now cte eating nn- Your.p, the 'Lea.":ng.Iroggist, br joarFaavMiciae. ' pr-rir-tion and Fam:y;r.wpi tXei C V"C l3 s,,,re- j,iiT kraut soon assert ita popularity si Jt'icary t tie esti. Palmer' Toilet Soap aiYang" Iraf Tu Cakes for-.'-J cents. 7hc-a!l b 'r namenoed ntwf awy1 Christmas. Ti,rt: are nine hcmlred Odd Fellows in jjkrd .'.Hinty wiili lodge aweta of over ti!yri ""Titer, .Utd, recommended by g pSr.imn. to be had on!y at Bieker Sijjcl, .jjfj.r'marefs'.l and Ja.i . Frost caa v at any lime, .J a zarrner oo : iUoirxT flarcey M. Berkley was mwried mi Tbonxlsy evening 10 Miss Ann., daugh ter or Ar. 1 .31. ISewh.y, of MeyerwLvle. Mr. David File, i t o has been Tilting bis on in Flii'a-Vlphia for several month, re turned bo me Friday eveting,. The attention of our reader is directed to tlw arireniM-iuent of Yonne" dro tor to be f.THTid in this fajwr. Mr. Y.wnf it a tburoocb dru-isi, a well as a courieou gentleman with wboro yoa wiU find it a piesure to do buir.es. Mr. C P. Isucs, of I -aerobe, consummated ssale of over sixteen bandred acrw of Shade township timber land, ooe day last week. Vtr. I.saar reprwectcd a wealthy ClearfieJJ county ayodicmte.lwbo. be aay. will cotn "n csf.in away the timber at oooa. Tb cons: deration wat tlS.4J0. Joe MSier, the Coad:aa Jew, who ia con fined ia tbe eoantr jail awaitirg trial oo a dtjL'g of hatrinr robbed a B tO. freight car at Rock wood, it baa beta learned ainc hi arrest, it Dipected of baring participated hi tba robbery of MaCSare- jewelry Korc ia M3oriraheia GtT. wfclcb occorrrd ia Jooe, an i also a robbery at VtKeeport. A collection will be taken up in tbepubKc achoula and tbrougboat tbe town generally oa Fridar for tbe benefit nf tbe public j acboola of tbe Goneraaugh Valley. Bead this item over a second time and you will liareyonr contribution ready when tbecbil dn call on roc ; and see that yoa make it a large a yon can aBbrd, (or it will be oted for moat laudable purpoae. Tbe otiiy political meeting Letd in tbe county during tbe campaign jit chned was the otie beki al i'ucabonlas TLcrwiay eien ing wben tic banner won by tbe Eepubli oanc of GreenriUe towatbip in the roemora- bie coolest -f 1SSS, waa preset. ted to tbam. Tbe meeting was called to order by county chairman Bjoecker and waa organized by the election of tbe following named officer : I'rewJent, A. J. fctoiier, Eq ; Vice Prewdait, Jcwl ii. Yotiy, Fredrick Ihur; Secretaries, JonsliiSQ UocLstetler, Solotuoa Albright. Tbe presentation speech was made by John . Scott, Eq , who, in preaentiag the bandsome banner, paid a glowing tribute to the sturdy Bepabiicans who had so firly won it. BUort Bprecbe were made by A. 3. Sloaer, Esq, Frederick Durr. Joel X. Yatxy, IVm. uJall: E. X. Lichty, J. C Lowry, Esq, Christian Paul. Cbairmaa Bieaacker and Geo. R. Scull, Eq , The school house, wba lb masting was held waa 11. lad with eathuiatic Bepubli- can. Tfaa catbenoe will toce and ptsnanl'y ba remeiubsrsd by ail who wir present. s.;!-iy- A full line of Jersey CtelimTe natural ,i anoerwear, white, red, and g-ty, trlJ- c'-',r Mm. A E. Ubl. isr j :st reoeiv-d roth r Be stock of f,tis. Com and sre tbem. lisx A. E. Tbl. I nut ive money brf re the 6:b of Sir A PittsburebeT, named JamejMcElroy, went to Ml. Pleasant on Monday to collect a claim again Geary Smit j, amounting to $16. Not finding Smith at home, be chok ed Mr. mitb until slie gare him a puree conlaining f7. He got away just in time to esrwpe tbe angry husband, and a constable with a w&rratit chaxginf him with rob-benr. P-M-rioes m ill be held Runday morning and cr)iiig. in tbe Presbyterian Church. Pom enet, November lOUi. by Eev. J. H. Sutherland, of tbe Perainary. Subject, of evMiine diwMiurse, " Tbe Canse of Mifmons.' ETybr!y will be heartily wl. A r;et :al invitation is extended to all friends of (he mission canst to attend the evening service. wit Cil and J your note or account at J. B. Sxtbc. , ii the trathcr fits cooler, yoa will watit fv- All style ol nn:G and acts, cheap. A amtat auiff fcr W wots. Man. X. E. Vhu Berkey will atwars t Call atid settle ynir ai J. B. FxvDta. r:!; or j. a knd in uy oflice. e?anu i souk! t sorry to make you cotts. Call j,T shatyoQ owe n. wA save the R!ta " J. B. STtEa. Xr cJ-re. a before, is in '.be Ci Ftllowa' in,: d..i. op stairs. Y"U still owe ate that litiebiil. Call sr.3 jay iL J. B. fTPE. ;m ' t"f 5-AiaeJ-srr erf ijr. Ytm eoa , -rf fw waif rUk sxrtf- len nr-n- n jr -a irU latryer; to tali at my -ta a siii Ktitt .' net colt. j. b. a.vrPER. 1V.von band a lar?e number of good (r,A rts'' w will O H in quantities to suit tat punUsej. I'rioes very reaKjnaijle. Yard spi:is;ie the planing mill. Holsbook Bras. A Paaso. The X-ttc.Aa Bat.k-Kote On; f New Yu-t.h revived de conlrad to fumisb ftt:v fr the giverT;merit for tba i: Umi veanv biniug Jan. 1st. Tbe one aoitanip will ctntiooe to be printed in b'.M bjt t!ie to cent stamp now printed in rrri. .T1 se printed ia brigM carmine and .tar.pf will be maSe in otbtr denotuitm- Ttie folk-air, letters remaining at the MifTwi put ofB will be sen to tbe DeaJ .ur OSoe at Wa!hington, D. C- if not x'itA for within ten days from this date, $wtlTCth.l: 4l.nuiiU Emaoiial ; AUright. Mrs. Em nt; Alm. Eulie l2i : Boupbnian. TVill aa , Berpman, Wary E. ; Bryao. lvaura ; K;traiJ, J. S. ; Stubaker. SruueJ ; Jenoi, Ut 3. K. CorraoTB. T. M. A jrry qiiet wedding nriirred at the resi dence of Ey'iire Lanie M. IIick, Tharfay f.crrii, wl-enthe e'.ljrt daughter of tbe hoi:-ho;d. Mis Clara, pligbted lier troth tijobn II. K timer, of K ntner;taU ri. Tbe op rvmonv was performed by Elder Con nor, of 1 Ii-;ple"s church, arul wa wit- rewl by on1 tbe intimate friend- of the fftnilies. The prooTn is a sou of Joseph Katitrer, of r?ttvetown. A Blair County Huatcar. Mr. John Gar! land, of Eoariag Spring, has again brokea his reoord aa a corn busk er. Oa the farm of Eli Lower, ia Taylor township, on Thursday, October, 24, ha husked 1M bushels of corn and tied up hia fodder. If any one in the state thinks ha can beat tcia, be can meet Mr. Gartlaod ia the field any day during the busking season. Album Tribmjtt. Ex-Prisonara of War Wanted, The name and postoffioe address of eom radea belonging to Post 210, and all others ia the county not connected with the Grand Army, wbo were prisoners of war at any time daring the late rebellion. This list is wanted by (ren. Green B. Baum, Commis sioner of Pension. Please send in your uo&ie and addren before December 1, liii. X. C. Ivs. Sonenct, Pa. Lew Grade Flour. Tut rbrapcbi and bet feed on t!e market, if iudss- U for fl 0t'. Give it atrial. Co. P.LatiTs. Crapea. -r oar choioe Concords, in ten pound IfAt-j. tt 5" eett r baj-ket. Ciok BtitBirs. The ITcatLntskes great p'eure in rec- cnimendins the servicus of Mr. Emanuel Hail!, of tbe Somerset Mechanical Work, to gry-t and saw millers aid to all others opr-stine machinery. Mr. Haus is a thor- otpn Diaoiiinist and onifWan s i man ners snd make of mvhinery. Darine the past fifteen rear he has attended to all tbe n-pairs nee led in this offi.-e in a most satis factory manner. Several weeks ago Mr. Haus placed a steam heater of his own de sign and manufacture in the residence of Mr. George H. Love, which rives the great est ati(action. He hope to hare his im provement patented in tbe near future and to have the firm br whom he is now em ployed it upon tbe market. Person who have been in tne habit of sending away fr a machinist to make necessary repairs can save money by employing Mr. Haus. Tbe many friends and acquaintances of Frat-k R. Lambert, wbo remember him aa the sancy-ticed, cheerful and avomraodat Inj assistant ajrrit at the Somerset 4 Cam bria R. II. ft at ion at tttis place for many years, will be paine to learn of tbe unfort unate accident that beiel him in Philadel phia last Tuesday, li nrau that Mr. Lam bert as riding in a light wagon from the hoae in. which be was employed to the bank with which his employers do business, when the horse suddenly became unmanage able and ran away. Mr. Lambert wa thrown from the wagon against the cobble-stone roadord with each tremendous force that one of his lert was crosiied to a jcl'y. He was gathered up by an officer and taken to a bofj-itaJ w here it was found that tbe in jured foot would have to be amputated immediately. Potatoes. ' (tare Irish Potatoes delivered to any ;t ef the u-nB ten bufbel lot and np-t- Veuesiiay and Thursday of this vik.sJ.S5 cen per bushel of'Jo ound5. osrejour orden at out store. Ov k A BEiarrs. wartei : Hi, and Furs. I will jr tbe highest fry for all kind of hides, pelts and 'trt 1 the srarrt HX cor-h of Kix-k Cak and s:r lark. ! cords wsnted at once, all oa tne at try residence, immedi seat of ihe S. A C Sta'Jon. H. G.Crwaraotiaa. Mr S. P. Spitsnagle, of Wynesburg. Pa., has Lad a sample Mctlon of patent "cyclone fenv" on exhibition ia tbe public fquare for the past week, where it has attracted general attention. The "cyclone fence" is simplicity itselfand uses up ail tbe old rails on the firm, making good panels of them as can be made from new timber. Mr. 8jit.tia gleo3cT $Ui.(X for any plan or device by j whit b be can utilize tbe old worm fence or rail fence, make it straight, save less rails or ground at a c of one cent le a panel, as bis plan only Cfst two cents outlay and makes a strs'ght fence on the steejst and r!:ljest jwouud and. if built prorly, can-n-jt bkisr dean. Mr. Spitnagle ha suc ceeded in intereiting a large number of our enterprising formers, and, from personal in spection, we agree with them that it is the beat fonce on the market for tbe money. It will pay you to examine it. Writs Cheap and Stylish. Iws i fail to go Mrs. I'tl for Ladies' and ,iBt' Wrfs. Their Jersty Jacket, feJoiie Jackets, Coth Jackets, and Sew a'keu, arc all taur-ouide, aud their Plinth wes. Ph5b Ciat and IM mans, are the : wst axi chest m town. lartnent of children" new style vrk-.rheip Ma A. E Cbl. : ? thsre, sh,Miiu r be aed by "atoaie comment But sre still w Veni.V:d(, VjeL" F.ifiiion is cled until Otober '. V'taaw iL It was great, bring in its 1 !.5kt, bat we si enough to convince our- ' l the f.t that enterprisf, such as d- itb- onder f '-T it a tliat onlr ou li.,,ir ,: --JSat Vat tt t j!Hy represented . You could rBPi3i i of boule from any part ef f:bs-'4,ng. It was the pettiest dls 3 tier. Mat Kieia hss proved the pub tiat be aatu to i seen. Hj -Silver f rrt ahitkey ha now such a well eara f ' fViatiuii that be i proud of it and be jft-ti iWf to see iL His goods are j '"vtai relUhie. Yoa can bare his Silver j. f.j; qnBrtli H;t Gacten ? t!er, r:t!rt.t. Overbr.lt orGihr.n at 1.C0 fT-i.t.qian for).'HJ. Send f. bis f""" ana nen. ion thi Ji. His ad M,i Ktcs. I Fnitral M Alletbeny. 1 EBA.OSiDINARV eyesight . , e:mrfr y-ti to tr F.nwa Print '' J to be omsidered (mod socoes wlo KT'5 ".en blind from csUrart, if L lwo rucored sufticiently to f k. and more we totally bliDded C" "" ee to read common .Wei morf- "b'n li came to It. jajT' ""l IV"'D -,veDl'' rittiburgli. Pa-. U : 00 a"". Last wrek be adjns- I Xf"' ,lrfn U to d f -. ""rem,. diamond print 'tbesmall- l i'mil ,c'"n,aa I'thopraphic redurtkmt j r ln lilt WB-e of Mr. s'aa-T f aX fc7 tr- 1T, and i aj t 'I' ,'U 'lk "J I can see taa.4' ' la aT lifc- od t V VfT "t-P ej-es. tnmMt, v.r t year. These re- Ntw Car for tha B. & O. Tbe Baltimore and Cihio Railroad Com pany have recently gives aa order for four additional trains of Vettibuled Cars, which will be placed in service between New York and Chicago before tbe close of the present year. The Baltimore id Oiio now operates a daily Vettibuled service between Chicago and New York, and Cincinnati acd New York, and this new equipment will give titers a double, daily Vestibuled service on their Chicago line. The constant improve ment being made in ita roadway, motive power and car equipment by the present niatiaperoent of the B. Jt 0. is rapidly hring- ing the pioneer railroad of America into popular favor aa a passenger route bet ween the East and West Tha Catholic Congraas at Baltimore. Delegate and others attending the Catho lic Congress, to be held at Baltimore, No vember UK to 12th, should travel via tha Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Bedacad rates will be made from all points on the B. A O., east of the Ohio river for all trains No vember "lb to 12tb, valid for -return trip un til November ItJih, inclusive. The maenifi cent buildings of tbe new Catholic Univer sity ara located nfn tbe Metropolitan branch of tbe II. ia the suburbs of Washington, acd a fine view of them can be obtained from tbe windows of al! B. & 0. trains approaching Washington from tbe weal. Pieaae bear in mind that all trains to Baltimore from tbe west run via Washington. suna McuiUviannr. w -mhiani county. O , four miles 11 -"'.. It Lit! hnm i,V,A ir .x. A telegram from Bedford Satarday say : A terrible accident occurred this afternoon at GiKMrberry. a small station on the Balti ntore and Ohio Railroad, about two mile wet ofUyndntan. at the Cnrclay mines of HuMiUeil AS- s. While tbe miners were at work tbe mine caved in and two of tbe men were ba ity inj-ired. Their foilow-work-men went to their assistance, and soon had them on a car and started down tbe steep incline to take thera to their homes. The incline is about Ir) fot-t long and very staHp. They had hardly started down until tlie cable broke, and the car started down at a terrible rale of speed. The car contained ten men, beside the tro had been injured in tbe mine. All saw that it was instant death to nnuain in the car. so they jumped for their lives, all receiving more or less injuria Pmken arms and Wgs and bruised beads constituted their ii juries. Tbe two poof unfortunates who were hurt in the mines were in the car helpless going at the rate of a mile a minute and were hurled over the tipple with the car 30 feet below, and small hopes are entertained for their recovery. At thfs writing it is hard to get the exact cumber wbo are fatally in jured, but six are known to have their arm and legs broken bexidts the two who were penned in tbe car. From SCuIIton. Ma Eprroa: As it ha been quite a while since we saw anything from this immediate vicinity in tbe Hisald, we thought we would try to pea an item : Scullion is tbe name of a postoffice about four and a half miles west of New Lexing ton, on the mud pike. It was formerly known as the " old Henry Drove 3. and. On Saturday, November 3d, about 9 a m. a rough and ready looking man stepped into the store of Mr. E. G. Henry and asked for tobies, after getting which he walked out. Mr. Henry, thinking he was too much in a hurry, began to question him, and learned that he waa baying cattle. At this time a two-horse carriage drove up and stopped. Mr. Henry atkrd the nt stranger who the occupants were, what their business war. &c He said be did not know their busines. but knew the men, wbo proved to be buying chickena, -turkeys, ic , and asked to have tbeir team taled and fed. The actions of the men aroused Mr. Henry's suspicions, al though he said nothing, bat kept an eye on them. They kept strutting around with as much importance as though they wanted to buy a farm. About 11 o'clock they had dinner, after which they made tbeir wants known. If appears that one Austin Itiy- man. with two other men at Euflsdaie, in Westmoreland county, had badly rut up the chief of police, and the strangers said they were the iheriff and constable, and made search of Mr. P. P. Ray man's bouse. or rather wanted to but Mrs. Raynnn, wbo thought they were robbers, would not allow tbe search to be tnaie unless they showed their authority, whkh they failed to do. Tbe wonder is that officers, if they were such, would come that distance and go away away without making a thorough search- They searched where tbey might be sure he would not be, and left without searching where he surely would have been ha he been here at all. Mcx. T-fct 1 n the bi-torr of ex e why the atuttion of tie There is a strong probability that the body of Mas Gra'w Garman. who wa with Mrs. H. M. Oleon the day of tbe flood, has been fxind In th( list elsewhere printed of article taken from the persons of unidenti fied dead on Prosjvt. No. 18L. I) 22, lady, one scarf pin mith Rhiae stone setting, "is beiierrd to be Miss Carman. A lady who knew M ia Garman well, and wbo saw tbe body a ben it was lifted, iwogrjixsd a pecu liar red jacket which Miss Garman wore, and i almost positive that it was Miss Gar manSt body. "Graor, " a those wbo knew M is Garman came na rurally to address her, si wa so good and kind, used to take the TrJ,uet associated press reports at the office ia the Merciiants' Hotel, and was one of the beat and m jst trustworthy operators in the country. Her home was in Berlin, Somer set Coan'.y. Sildiii i J Jiiste Tnban. r and Mr. Garman rut Led Johnstown Katurdsy, and at once identified tbe body as that of their daughter. Mrs. Garman iden tified tbe red jacket a the one worn by Grace oa ber last viut hornr. One of tbe buttons came off while be was there, which her m rther thoughtfully carried with her to Johnstown, and it corresponded with tbe o'bers on the jacket. Mrs. Garman also identified other artidrt of clothing as those w ' y h. r daughter. Tbe body was taken to Berlin Tuesday morning for burial. Mis Garman and Mira MinGie Linton are the only ones found of tbe cix persons a bo were lost in the Waetern Union building. A Rar) Entertainment. Tbe Royal Arcanum Council of this place has arranged for an entertainment at the Opera House on Thursday evening, Novem ber Tth. Miss Lillian Burkhart. of Pittsburgh, lbs accomplished elocutionist and dramatic reader, will render a number of firre selec tions, and the program will be interspersed with mii'ic in the shape of vocal selections by Miss May me Chi. whose splendid natural abilities have been supplemented by tbe most careful training. The Euterpcan Band will furnish instru mental music, and with its present efficient organix ition, it g'es without saying that this misi: alone will bea rare treat. The press notices of Mis Burkhart all ac cord her tbe highest praise. The following from tbe pen of Col. Chill Hazxsrd. in the Dnug RepvMicvM, speak for itself : "Mia Liilian Burkhart, tbe talented dra; matist, won all hearts. Every gesture, every turn of her brad, every look and movement give color to the pictures site paint with her voice. She has wonderful elocutionary pow er. Her style of reading, and her conception and delineation of the character portrayed, are the reflection of ber own genius, nntram meled by the usual conventionalities of pro feionls. She enters inl? tbe r:"irit of ber tb'roe with all the enthusiasm of an intense nature, if oe seems to lose ber own identity after tbe first lines are spoken, and become tbe living embodiment of tbe author's thoughts. She electrifies ber bearers and make them ber friend from the first. Being possessed of a strong, dear, resonant voice, highly cultured and free from all arTectation and staginess of manner, the 'reau the plat form as ber parlor and the audience as her guests. Her personal attraction are such a few ladies are so fortunate as to posses. With youth, beauty and indisputable genius oa ber aide, ahe wins immediate and enthusias tic recognition. No wonder the G. A. R. boys of Pittsburgh voted ber a omrade and gave her a gold aooor medaL Tickets for sale at Caaebeer's. Price: Re served seats, 35 cents ; general admission, 23 cents; children under 12 years of age IS orara. SUPERVISORS DUTIES. Tha Roads Belong to tha Stata, Not to tha Township. ' In the case of tbe Commonwealth vs. the Supervisors of Ashtoa Township, recently tried la the Delaware county court, Judgt Clayton, in his cbaige to the jury, said : Tbe supervisor are the representatives of the township, and la order to compel the town ship to perform its duty, it is necessary that tbe towo&hip shall be brought into court in tbe bum of the supervisors. The law re quire the public roads of the atata to ba kept in good, couvenietl repair by the town ships through which these roads pass. It is a mistaken notion to suppose that tbe road belong to tba toa nhip. Tbe public roads belong to tbe Suae, and they are to be kept open and in good traveling order for tba sex era alliens of the Siate by the different townships. Tba supervisors have authority to levy taxes sufficient to enable tbem to perform this duty, and if they fail to per form the duty they are liable to indictment. Tbe object is, at I bar stated before, not to punish but to compel township to perform their duty by tha election of supervisors wbo will rjterciM tha requirement of tbe lav and keep tba roads ia good passable condition The act of assembly regulating the duties of supervisors is in the following word : 'Tab- be road or highways laid out, approved and entered oo record as aforesaid, shall, a soon as may be practicable, be efftftcuaily opened and constantly kept in repair ; and ail public roads or highway maJe or to be made shall at all seasona be kept clear of all impediments to easy and convenient pair ing and traveling, at tbe expense of the re spective townships; as the law shall direct.' Now I cannot better di fine to yon the du ties of tbe supervisors than it is defined by the statute I have just read. Much has been said upon the trial as to the dangerous condition of this road. This is not the question. It is not necessary in order to maintain this indictment that these roads shall be constantly kept in good condition to accommodate public travel at all times, by day as well as by night, and for all kinds of vehicle and for all kinds of travel, shall ba wide enough for vehicles to pass at ail times and at all piaes. Tbey shall be in such safe and good order as to be easily and safely traveled over bv all kinds of vehicles. The question, therefore, for you, gentlemen, will not be, were these roads danrous, for if they were dangerous it was tbe duty of the supervisors to shut tbem up until they could be repaired and placed in safe condition. The township would be liable to pay dama ges tor injuries arising by reason of tbe roads not being in sale traveling condition. Wben a road becomes dangerous it must be shut up and at once repaired. The duty of the township through the supervisors is to keep tbe road at all timM opened for good, easy and convenient travel. The question therefore for you will be whether the ujr visors of tbe township of Aston, previous to the commencement of this prosecution, neg lected to keep these reads in saf-a. easy trav eling condition. Yon have nothing to do with what has been done since by the super visors. Tbe question for you will be. were tbe roads at the time the prosecution was commenced in bad. or in such condition that the citixen of the commonwealth could not safely, easily, and conveniently pass over or travel upon tbem. If they were not," then your verdict ought to be for conviction. If they were, then your verdict thou Id he an acquittal. It appears sufficiently from the evidence that tbe roads have since been re-pain- 1 and put in reasonably good condition. The question therefore is chiefly one of costs, aa tbe supervisors have not perform ed their dutr. You hare nothing to do with the manner in which these supervisors have divided tbeir duty. That is a matter between themselves, and both are responsi ble for tbe neglect of their duties in any part or the township. Now, I do not in tend to repeat tbe testimony. Yoa have beard it all, and if from the evidence in tlie case yon come to tbe conclusion that tlie supervisors have, not kept these road which the grand jury have returned in good, con venient, and proper condition for easy trav el by the citizens of the commonwealth, by day as well as by night, then they are ac countable and the prosecution has made out its case against tbem. If, upon the other hand, you find that they hare performed tbeir doty, then tbey should be acquitted. If yoa should acquit tbem and should coma to tbe conclusion that they have to a reason able ex tent performed tbeir duties, then you can consider the disp'Mal of the costs. If you acquit, you have full control over the costs, ether to put tbem upon the supervi sors or tbe county or prosecuUu. or divide tbem between the prosecutor and supervis ors. And the simple qiestion is whether tbe supervisors have performed the duties imposed upon them byt be act of assembly which I have just read, and which requires that supervisors shall promptly repiir the roads wben tbey need it. It is not necessa ry that they hoalJ wait until somebody shall sive them notice. It is their duty to know whether the roads are in g-xxl repair or not. They must have reasonable titn, bat it must be promptly done. The fine and costs imposed for neglect of duty is to be ;id by tlie supervisors and not by Uie town ship, as a punu.bine.nt for such nrg!t-ct. Doctors In Convent ion. In pursuance of a call to tbtf Physicians of Somerset county, a nxting waa be) I at the Ruckwood House in Rockwood oo Tuesday Oct. 29th, tor the organisation of a County Medical Association. M-iiiy of tha Physi cian of tbe county were not present, but letters from all hot three or four expressed a willingness to unite with us and avured us irf their hearty conjvratit.n in what would bedouc. From those three or f. r colt-tter were received Tbu-tba Medical Profession of tha county is practically unanimous in Zaror of the organisation. Promptly ax on o'clock tha meeting was called to order bf'Ir. S. S. Good, who nom inated Dr. G. B. Masters, of Rockwood, as temporary chairman. Dr. Maste,w was cbo-se-n a&d atonor entered upon' hi duties. Dr. McClnley wa made temporary Secretary. Dra 3. 8. Good, Vt. SL Mountain and David Gildner were appointed a commit! 6 on Constitution and By-laws. While tha eo omit tee waa performing its duty, Dra. McKinW, Lichty en! TannehUl discussed the importance of such an organization, tha advantage it would givt to tba profession and the benefits that would accrua to I host who would need medical aaaistance and tha many ways in which it would ba mutually made profitable and pleasant for physician and patron. The committee en Constitution and By Laws announced their readiness to report. After due discussion and deliberation, tbe re port wa adopted. Nomination and election of permanent officers being in ordVr, tbe As sociation proceeded to that business. Dr. S. 3. Good wasjelected President by unanimous rote. With becoming dignity the Doctor expressed bis thanks for tbe honor conferred and in a brief but well pointed speech ac cepted and assumed the duties of 'his office. The organization was then completed by electing Dr. Henry Bru baker. Vice Presi dent, Dr. McKinley, Secretary, Dr. J. K. Miller, Corresponding Secretary and Dr. W. S. Mountain, Treasurer. Member then paid the membership fee and signed tbe Constitu tion The President assigned tor discussion tbe Etiology and Pathology of Membranous Croup while he would form the standing committees for the ensuing year. Drs.Lichty Ficbtnr and Gardner ably discussed tbe subject and all were interested and edified thereby. Tbe following committees were appointed: On tbe Science and Progress of Mediciue Drs. J. F. Speicher. W. 11. Gardner, H. S. Kinimel, J. K. Miller and B. A. Fichtner. Oa Grievance and Appeal Drs. V. M. Beachiey. M. Tancehiil, G. B. Masters and W. V. Welsh. On Printing, Finance snd Claims Drs. W. S. Mountain, W. T. Mitchell and A. C. Harrison. On Credentials Drs. A. M. Lichty, Da vid Gildner, J. S. Garman and C. P. Len- hart. The work of organization was now com plete and after authorizing the Secretary to purchase certain books, tbe Printing Com- milt.e to have printed tbe Constitution and By-Law and resolving to publish the pro ceedings in the county paper the association a jjourned to meet at thesam place on the fourth Tuesday of January, MM. Thus "The Somerset County Medical As sociation started on a mission that it is hoped will brin; much ripe fruit to the Physicians and people of tbe county. H. Cut McKisut. Secretary. In the Recorders Office. Daada Recorded Marriaga Llccnsaa Issued. MDI KBrOBBEO. Margaret Mussw to Samnel Musser, prop erty ia Berlin borough; coosi deration $1.- George Cucher to William Bempsey. prop erty te Shade township; consideration $100, Joseph Meyer to Henry Dempsey, prop erty in Qtiefuahotiing township; considera tion $06. William Deropsry'a Executor to Mary Dempaey, property ia Quemahocing town ship; eons (deration $5. Joseph Meyer tn Henry Detupsey, prop erty in Qaemahocing towcahip; considera tion $15. William H. Serse to Jjha S. Taney, prop erty ia Paint township; consideration. 1719. Mark la, C C and wife to Wesley C Solas, property in Miiford, Elklsck and Addison townships ; consideration (2 500. Marki. CC to Wesley C Soles, property la Miiford, Elklirk and Addison townships; consideration lUOO. Cocfl oence association to W. S. Mountain, property in ConSueaca borough ; considera tion $tJ25. John L. Saylor'a Trustee to Charles S. Griffith, property in Summittowrsbip: con sideration $100. Charles S. Griffith to John S. Graves, prop arty in Summit township; consideration m Georga W. Gassman to Won a Panl. Jr., property in Meyersdale borough ; considera tion $1,500. Josiah Miller to Aaron J. Miller, property in Miiford township t consideration 13 "X. Ida E. Meyers to the Trnsteea of the Dis ciple's church of MeyersdtUe, property in Meyersdale borough ; consideration $160. MAaaiAGK uccssxa laarco. John W. Gearbart acd Sadie Younkin, both of Lwer Tnrkeyfoot township. Harvey M. Berkley, of Somerset, and M. Emma Beachly, of Meyersdale. - John F. Kantner, of Somerset township, and Clara J. Hicks, of Somerset borough. Robert P. Murray, of Elklirk towuship, and Anna G. SriJer, of Summit township. Franklin J. Si y lor and Annie Keefor, both of Somerset. Flooded Barb Wir. I bare in stock a lot of Johnstown flood ed barb wire, at the low price of two cents per pound. This wire is strong and fruarsa teed to stand stretching. Send in your order at once, is yon want cheap fencing. J. B. HouEftsri, Lost. On tbe Bedford and Somerset pike on Sat urday October 25. a hazel cane, with a white natural wood handle. The cane wa highly valued by its owner, and the finder will be suitably rewar.led on "earing h at this off ce. Tfcere are forty-six prisoner in tha Cam bria county jaX Druggist Flaming Wins. The Snrrvme Ccurt Monday handed down aa opinion in the ca of Joseph Fleming vs. the Commonwealth, error to Quarter Ses sions of Mercer county. Mr. Fleming is a druggist on Market street, Pittsburgh. He sold liquor to a firm in Mercer county, the Adams Express Company delivering it and collecting the money, Mr. Fleming was charged with selling without a license, fined i-VAl and sentenced three m ittia to prison, ou the gruuud that, as the money was paid in Mercer county, the sale took place there. Justice Green find the opinion, and after quoting a precedent, aay in tffjet : "The orders were sent by the purchrsers themselves and the goods ahipped iuto Mer cer county, a place without license. It wat no violation of the law. The goo. Is were sent by special request of the purchaser c. o. d, which was done and there a an utter absence of criminal intent in the transaction as tbe defendant bad a license, tlie sale waa made at bis place of business, and both the aale and delivery were made within the ter ritory covered ty the liceiua. So far aa the criminal iaw i concerned, it b only an ac tual sale without license that ia prohibited. The judgment of tbe court of Mercer coomy is therefore reversed and tbe defendant dis charged.' Justice Williams, Clark and McCoilum filed dissenting opinions and stated that the sending of the goods c o. d. made the car rier hi agent, a d the transaction taken on principle and authority wa a sale and deliv ery in Mercer county, and not in Pittsburgh. The Justices bold that in shipping tbe goods Mr. Fleming did not know whether be was selling to a minor, a habitual drunkard or a lunatic Tbe law requires that he should know to whom I t is arllir.g. He ha no right they state, to break faith with the law and to retail liouor ia small packages without knowing their sre, habits, sanity or condi tion H the purchaser when the sale is con summated. Justice Mitchell handed down an opinion in the case of the Howard Insurance Compa ny vs. Hocking, error to Common Pleas of Somerset county. Hocking bsd his place insured with tbe Hartford Comjiany and it was burned down. He entered a tuit acd secured a verdict. Tbe case was appealed and a contract shown in which Hocking bound himself in case of fire to put in his claim within year. This be failed to do. Justice Williams holds that hia contract wa binding. Judge White on Duties of Jurymen. In a case recently tried a tha Allegheny county court, the jury, after being out six hours, sent word down to Judge White that tbey were unable to agree on a verdict, tbe jury standing eleven to one and the one would not give in. Judge White had tbe j'jry brought into court, and in kind bat nu words informed them that be wa sur prised that they could not agree. Tbe case wa a trifling one, and involved hardly any thing more than the costs, as be had intima ted in his charge. His honor stated that the probability was that the one juror was wrong, as there were eleven to one chance fiat way. Tbe juror should fuel that the eleven men were a honest and intelligent as he was, It wa not a question of conscience with jurors ; that is a mistaken idea ; it is simply a question of judgment and a minor ity could agree without injury to tbe con acence. Hia honor stated that be oauld not think of discharging tbe jury, and hoped tbey would reach a rerdict in a few minutes. Tbe obstinate juror was evidently impressed with tbe judge's remarks, as he immediate ly gave in to the other eleven, and without leaving tbe box a rerdict of not guilty was handed down. Northampton District Institute. The teacher of Northampton township met at Glcncoe, Thursday, evening Oct. 21, 10 and organized district innitnte. The following officers were elected : President, Henry Bauman ; Vttso President, C. C. Heckle : Secretary, L. T. Lancaster ; Query Manager, C C. Heckle ; Corresponding Sec retary. John Yojel. The Pre-ridsnt appoint ed L. U. Broadwater, C. C. nerkle and Lewis S. Keim a Committee on Program. They reported tbe following for the next meeting : Song by the institute ; inaugural address, by the President ; recitation, Mir. tie S loner: select reading, L. S. Keim ; -D. John toga. C C. Hkie; impromptu j speeches, G. H. Baumsn, C C. Heckle ; es say. Cam M. Stief ; Q lestion for debate Rrfolved, That the rerdict of tbe jury in all murle-r trills should be final Affirmative John Vocel, G. H. Bautnan, L. T. Lancaster. Negative, C C. Heckle, L. H. Broadwater, S. P. Poorbaugh. Referred question How would you prevent whispering in the school room? Wm. A. Bauman. The exercii will be interspersed with music and queries. The institute then adjourned to meet at the Southampton school bouse on Saturday No vember :h. JoHH Vooxt, Cor. Sec Teachers' Institute Program. Following is the program for a Teachers Institute, to be held at Jenner X Roads on Friday and Saturday, the 22nd and 23rd of November t raintT ktexixo s&etos. Devotional exercises, conducted by Rev. I, N. Berger. Address of Welcome. J. Wm. Bell. Response, Rev. W. A. Rlninger. Organization. Select Reading, Miss Anna S:pe. Topic, Manners and Morals," by C. C. Sch mucker. Recitation, by 8. J. Homer. What should be the work in a school Friday afternoon 7" by M. L. Weighley. Q'jeriea. SATTKDAY MOKSt.TO CtSMOS. Devotional exercises, by Rev. Crist. Select Reading, by Miss Alice Bowman. Esay, by Don O'Connor. "Tlie Proper Training of Children, ly Bamroer Caufne). Recitation, by E. E. Slough. How may we obtain regular attendance in our schools"" C. M. Swsnk. Reform in teaching. L. D. Stufft. Recitation, Miss Bertha O'Connor. Queries. sarcso.tr AfTtxsocjr session. Devotional exercises, W. A. Rininger. General instruction, by Co. Supu J. M. Berkey. Recitation, by L. M. Gahaw. Essay, by W. A. G. tape. " What constitutes the directors' work ill school-room 7" Dr. C. P. Lenhart. "The proper punishment in the school room,' by D. H. Rauch. Queries. ATT BD IT XVKSISRJ RKflOI. Devotional exercises, by W. A. Rin'nger. General instruction, by Co. Sapt. J. il. Beikfljr. Recitation, by L. M. Gasbaw. Essay, by W. A. G. Lspe. (irrsoAY xrixnto session. Devotional exercises, by Ber. B. J. Weed. Addresa, by Prof. W. H. Cort r. " The object and aim of local normals.' I y Rev. I. N. Berger. How to interest psj Us and parents. J, Wm. Bell. Closing addiess. by Hammer CaufSel. We will also have plenty of good music, both vocal and instrumental. Tbe Jeaner- town Band will be with as. AH friend of education are cordially inrited to be present. J. Wat. BrtL, Htavta Cai'miL, C. C ScHatxTtxa. Do OConoa. Committee. otOHG IN THE Bladder. mow rv waa ataovto. a no rxc uNaavaexa Mrrrwoc arvwx anfrcataa. Mr. K. r. FasnH, a well knowa boiS-ketpernf" P.-brtf r, X. T , wrhea : "On day I wa rtsd with a pala ia tha lower tart of my bays. Xexx cane a aopparc of tbr artm, and as nit v-in- J stna-bt advice. u4 a t"M Lbat mj itopioBi were laue ofaiuue luibc ii!aik-r- I will not try to dtcriUe fl I , Ibiuut-h Sou of Iht uieaia taken pruauceU any Lccefit until I begaa tite uta of IA. liavld Keuuedr'a Favorut remedy' of Boodout, . Y. Gradca! y the asora atrfoas syra pleats bea-ta torieii Tt pain acta ad. tha ealuioG er atoce bavins; beea Dissolved byithei.Medicine. From this Uom ray recovery wa complete, acd last ready W twifr that Or. Kaaaedjt Favor Jt Hsmedy saved aty Ufe." liz. Ureas Craw font, drugai- of Sprt&fSeM, Xaau, aays "ft ytaa I was affi.rial wita Kfclaey Iriarto la In taoM acuta form. I tried diSvreat kind cf tresi-na-ui and vpem a treat oVa. o: saucer, ou.j to find myself acese toaa ervr. In. koauadv f a Turtle aetua-jv 1 aav u wiin a rartect rvooer' Xioa of ai Uut vaa doM for we a t oo. talag that did a tba aiiarlues good. It gave Bj PERMANENT RELIEF. I am sow well aod scranc 1 ha7 reenmaiead- cd uua mecticuar Co bulb V pcf'- tor sImim-v Los aa. aad tbey ail aa-ra n aw hi ins la tfr. lovld ALexilunlT a ravunia llrat 1 v tyi lueuaal ia Um wide auru lar u m i:airram' audunea tmxaU orapiaiot " sir. a. kuoru. u4 caikfeiil. a. V mti : ur in&2f et 1 kuihrrod Iruuaravci. fuuj.f mr n,- sul rrt sat lo u-v a b-j4.l.r ( Dr. 1mv..u k-ruae-Jy avunie auaee- dv. lo ( roiii'jr uf I tuuaai a iMiir. 1 iiaed uut and to or turte b.4u mvt; aud, lu ttala a long story bn, I aia a wnl luao. ' dr. zsyxEvrs fa yozite rexedt. niriiu bt Dr. David Kennedy, Kendo tit, 5. T. 11 per bottle. SLxforttV. By all druxsists. NOTICE! jSTOTICE! Oar line of New Fall and Winter Good ia cow complete, which line we ak vr.n to ?nie-t in person, or by rending for samplea btfofe yoa buy. lit low a e i;i ite . few of the aew things: DRESS GOODS.:z:r Mohairs, Black and Colors, 50 Cents !o Finest Ora-'e. r-riun, - - - - - -Ena'. !ierea, - - 3 " " " Wed Heariettas, B'sck acd Colors, ) Ct nts to Finest Grade. czzlCLOATn DEPAETIENT.:::: Xew Dne Jersers, 50 Cents to Fines Grade. Jackets, $i 00 " " " Newmarkfts, f-5 " " " " Plash Jacwts, 10 to " " Sacqossflflto " " GLOVES, HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT. tT bare raasy Special af-raiss ia this lioa. Oar fast black Wool Hot at 2icta, are extra good. :NEW TR1MINGS.: Fnsga, Waiia, Gimps, and everything, in tbe Trimming line st Low Prices. We invite yoa to give as s call, or would be p'casr-d to send you Snit:, "jgXECCTOK'S NOTICE. taitut cJ.tn Gray, dec'4, late of yoemahaa lua Taoiaerei Couaty. Letters muuiiriiwu-y oo lbrtnce4a:e baring been granted to ib utfetoragard bv uie proper autaoriiy, uutica tteretv given lo ail pmuiu Indebted to fid etate to ci&ae UaiiMdiata (joj mrni.aad tb' sanag claims aeainfi trie mui wiii present Ukrai du! aiitaeauciavd lor aeUie meal lo the caderUKiied. at few nk1enoc, oa boturday, Uie 1-1 111 dav of Iereniber, -. UEKM.t.S W. hS.Uk.tr. BovC Kxccalor. F. W. Bixsscxia, Attordcy. R CLE TO ACCEPT OR KErTsE. Iu Cariatian H. Yoder. of Sutrar Creek. Tusca- raoaa Cowniy. no: IlMirt H. Voder, ivemuywm. Camera Couiuv. fx. , Barbaj Vo der, internsanrled with l-c Wtnert, of Stt Hope unio ; and Aarou 1) U-r, of laiddMe burc, Ind. : Yoo are berehy notified to be and sprear at aa Orphans' Conn to be beid la arid U miert Couniv. Pa, oa MondaT, ir-. aia da? of IeteBitr next, tben ad loere Ut aver or refuse lo law tbe real e!at nt Imel f. Yoder. deed, at tbe apprmimd vai nation, or snow cauae way tha aame j.h- ja not be no. a. L 06 Dr 35 Fifth Avenue, PITTSBURGH, PA. ESTABLISHED :8!L ESTABLISH E3 U pher.fri oS?e. Somenet, Oct. Ju. '89. H. S. McMlLI.T-w. BfaertfT. AUDITOR'S XOTICE. HsTin been ar-pinted Anditor by tbe Or pba:' Court c-f touniv. Pa.. u ts nri tfce exeprions 6WmJ tn ir. aeron-u of Hm'l bniikwr. Adjaoofr&f the ciaie 4 1 Mwph Krn baker, dee'd.. and make! a li-.trlLut.on to and araont tbo lt-Ily entitled tn the fnad. noti.e S hereby civra ttiat I will a; lead lo til dnue of id acrintnient al rov &e. in r-t.rr-t. Pa. Prdy. Vjvu 36. i"s, ben and where ail peraoii intcraMed saay attvnd. VALEXTIXE n.T. ott23. Auditor. PALACE of MUSIC. MELLOE & HOENjS ! 77 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. ' Harduici, Iralaner, Haniajtaa, acd Kimball Pianos, i PALACE ORGANS. The Best Pianos, The Lowest Prices, The Best Organs, The Easiest Terms. STATIONERY, ARTISTS MATERIALS, Fancy Goods. TMC laaaxsT ana acrr assoans TMC cm. sreca m PEIXTIXG OF ALL KIXDS. Esaerlal Ittf BUea siren ta Engraved Wedding Invitations and Cards. a- Kail Ordsrt Recti? frwrpt Attwrfiaa. " JOS. EICHBAUM & CO, 4 FIFTH ATE., P1TTSBCB6H. FALL OF 1889. SECOND ARRIVAL OF New Goods AT On Far to Eartlmora via Pennsyl vania Railroad. A large number of (wopie aili be attracVd to Baltimore by tL meeting of tbe Catbolic Conrrw and tbe cerem-. nea incident there" o and. in order that tbey may make tbe tr'p as con veoiently awl a ebeapty a pow-ible. the Pentarylvania HaHroaJ Coriipany will sell rxroraiott tickers. November Tth lo lth, valid fur Muni ontil Xovemher 10th, from all priori al stations oa its line, at a tingle fart fur tke nmud-trip. Ihiring tbe same pe riod, in order that tbe rf-itors to Baltimore may also extend tbeir trip to Wasbiogton, excursion tickets will be sold between tbe wo cities at $1 JO, valid fur return oDtil No vember 10; b. Oscar Wild. In a led are in London, after bis ref nrn from America, n reported to have illustrated die i wonderful advertudng enterprise of tbe Yan kee by tbe statement that be saw, in tlie bay of San Francisco, a seal on tbe back of wbose bead wa legibly painted, Take Hood' Sarsaparilla. MARRIED. A Lancaster County petitioner drawing fH a month recently boasted to a stranger that be could set more fence than any man in the county. Wben bis pension waa stop ped he learned that tbe stranger was a gov ernment detective sent to investigate bis care. Lost : A wooden watch charm, half oral, set with tbree links, and letters C. A. E, lot which I will pay a suitable reward. A. C Davis, HITEsHEW BAE3THAKT. On Thurs day, October 24, 189, in Somerset, by La Rue M. Hicks. J. P., air. Abraham L. Hiteshew, of Shade Township, and Miss Sadie J. Barn hart, ol Black Township. EHC5K WEHSE2-On Tborsday, tbe 24:h day of October. 1S80, at the home of the bride, ia Greenville Township, by Ber. J. M. Evans, Mr. John Shank, of Salisbury, and Mifa Nancy A. Werner, of Greenville Twp, Somerset Co, Pa. STAHL BALDWIN. Ob Tneaday, Oc tober 29, 13, at New Centrerlll. Pa., by Ber. 3. H. Zinn, Mr. Austin 3. Stab) and iliis Elizabeth Baldwin, both of Somerset Twp Somerset Co., Pa. DIED. SHANK. On Tuesday, October 15, lgh, neax Shaoksvil'e. Somerset County, Pa., Mrs. Ere Shank, wife of Wm. Shank, (aged 57 Boaierarl,Pa. f fyeanand 30 days. You Cannot Co Wrong In Taking tha Pittsburgh Dispatch. It Sunday edition, especially, is riiida. philosopher, friend and e iU-rtainer. Rach mammoth 30 :aee iae is filled with the latest news and the brightest literature. Ev eooe interested in It bie history should real "Joshua, a rlory of tbe Exodas," by Profor George EVrs, tbe first of a series of Biblical romance now being published inTuxSrsDAT Dt-rTcH YOUNG'S Reliable Drug Store. When you need anything in the line of PDBE DBDSS OR HEDIGISES, D3n't Fall to Give Ma a 'Call. Being a Graduate of the Philadelphia - COLLEGE OF PHARMACY. - I am prepared tn all Physicians' PrescriptiGns and Family Receipts with safety and accuracy. Vy line of TOILET ARTICLE.5, rERFUilERIES, SOAPS, SPONGES, TRUSSES, Ac is tbe Unrest and btst in tbe Connty. Palnsr's Fins Tcilst Scap. This is the best and et eapest Suap on the market. One trial, and yoa will always use it- Remember, 3 Cakes for 25 Cents. 3 For a FINE CIGAR, I only ask yoa to try my leading brands. Call and examine my fine line of Holiday Goods. VisrroBS Alwats Wtxcoax. Both ENGLISH AND GERMAN Laoaroage spokca. My motto. Purity and Accuracy." Parker & Parker's. Goods at Bottom Prices, and Trade a Booming, EarrcrrcLiT, Chas. H. Young, Suoceaaor to C H. BorJord, fcOUERcET. PA. E XECUTOR'S NOTICE. fcatata of William ft. Mnrcan, late of Jesaer Twj. . amret Co , a.. dtr"d. Letter tgauuneaurv bavlna: bea beocd to tb andenriraed by ti proper antborirv ia th abovw etate. rotwe la hereby fives lo ail partis Mie! o !! eitate w saake iiBwaedi- ata payraent, and all partita having elaima atraiaA una mate lo yrwtoi van to Um Adntiauimor dulv authemicaw-4 f aeulement st the Mre at wogm-b faeenrv of dereawn, at VejaabaBIn, " "I . JeoBcr Iwa- aumanet La . la without oalay. Great Bargains ia all De partments. Now is tbe time to buy yonr XUSLINS, EUEETIXOS, XAPKINS, TABLE UXES. TjWEL-l. saiSTIN'JS, tilSiUAWi CAUOC-E'. ELEACHXD AXD VXBl.KACaEO Ct'TTON" FLAXNE1, PLA1S, EED, BITE, CEAT AXD BARKED WCU'D FLANNELS. We hare a large and elefrant steei of Dress Goods, Unequaled by any we have had hereto iotv, consiMingof t'achimere in all tbu desirable colors, Henrietta Cloths ia ail the new ortlors. Gond bar-ains in Clot ho. We have them in all the diCVreiit widths, color, snd jricts. Onr stock of Black j Dress Goods, in all tlie best makes, from the rhespest up. we nave tn stork a FtJetviid os syirtinent 4 Black c-ilks. BL.k snd Colored Rhadarnem, LUark and Col ored Sorahi, L'lack and Colored - Juohet". Black and Colored Wlretn. Fancy Trirnmiuts of all kinds to match. Iress (joorl ttfxvlfi, st big .Bargains. A FULL STXK 0E UNDERWEAR Fot Ladies, Msea, Ven and Boys, at Bar- eauia. Our stork of NOTIONS is rnmrJete. Hosiery, HandkmrhiefV. Kid Oloves. Mitiena, B't'tor,. Lni broirVrii, Gent' and Ia3i Karnih- lneOoo'i. iiriin; r- in Wick. rVmbie faeed Piuaiies in all Cot ox MX ami iaiin IiKtt Table and Stand Covers. The Will be found well Flocked in Jersey and Beaver Jackets. Newmarkets, Plash Jacket. Kactels. ni Flash Cost. 0or talcs in these Oods have rore way be yond oarexpectationa Tais aaxsuo. In BLANKETS TrTe Laveahite,H-arkt sndgray, vtry tbsp. Mr. E. C. Welch, of Friedens, sells for us in the Som erset district., and persons wishing to purchase an instru ment will do as well, and get one at the same price, as they , would by coming to Pittsburgh. Write for Catalognes. ITerms, clc, to jEL C. WELCH, Friedens, Somersel County. Penn'a. i u Louther's Drug Store, Main Street, Somerset, Pa. This Hcdsl Drug Store is Hapid.7 B.ccning a Gnat Faverits T7ith Pg:pls h Ssarcli cf FRESH AHD PURE DRUGS, 3Iedicine8, Dye Stuffs, Sponges, Truses Supporters, Toilet Articles, ' Perfumes, &c. THE DOCTOR GITX FEKeOSAL ATTENTIOH TO THS fXPOtTftr5 OF PhysiGiansTrescriplions S Family Receipts HEX A T CASS EKiy) TAIZX TO CSX OSLT FSISB AXD fttX ARTICLES SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES, And a Full Line of Optical Goods always on hand. From such a large assortment all can be suited. THE FIHEST BBAHDS OF CIGABS Always on hand. It is always a pleasure to display our iood to intending purchasers, whether they buy from us or elsewhere. J. M. LOUTHER, M. D. MAIN STREET - - SOMERSET. PA. LOS. Reliable Close-Priced Shoe Store- Petiole Congress. This cut represents the Emer son Petiole O'DirreH in Kanira- mo, Porpoisie, Curcovsn and Calf; has a donble itore ne Kinf placed bark. and the oth er in front of the anx!i-jor. -thus preventing the strain of the robber on the arkltf-orme and preven'iDStthe jroreacs ir.rt beicz chafed and defaced by in terfericj. Without question tbe com tag Shoe ia the C OisiGiniE; S S ! G-i JSJ Ii Ti Ei 1- LADIES FINE SHOES awV?- Flexible Xand-turned, Y. L. DOUGrLASS Tomna Orita" fy.vi. rt al 4 Phf. Alc. W urxiui abuea. Uh Lea! her cuuar au.1 iiiKiie. E Twpeelfally call sttfrt'i.n to the fact that we enntTtiy fcep in aifirk a lartre line 4 the ti ewiabl an-1 most fjerri.-eatHe irf.l, of ti.' latent stvles ia tlx tr'e, ami we alwars invitecompariaon fourprioea withtboi of other dealers. CALL A.U !?EE US. FER NERBROTHERS, Somerset. Penn'a. Call and aee as. and the lar;re(4 an-l mot emopiete line of Dry Gor4si and Notions, floasn. Shawls. Blan kets. fients and Ladies' Fnmwbinc Gorwh we have ever had the pleasure of showing. A New Hole! at Cumberland. AUDI 1 At as UDITOrVS NOTICE. The aa1enicBed. ard '"" Raa .Llsmii have par- AMERICAN HOUSE, At Oitober'.arvl. M4 . ni imtt ?fired Ti refor btbwl ti Hfie. ai-1 owl- Ir a DrM-caie ll..irl.lowniiii ts mittl-M i.lic Willi eod lajMC. aad unic lienors at ib tar. ao ba in efirtne''o wtrh ti e Hmel a larre qiu-'iiiir o-f lamnmn r,a MfUM rure . nt A.ye a ouier lup. It Uia bMr-rl or gaiioa, a I Use fcuiowinf pr: -r : Two Tear end at I? r) pe- ga'lun. three - - m -Ir ocr - " - Si J - The price f the jn la 10 cent fnt each r'Wn. TLe v-M-r rf trie VI BiirT ao-1 Ji c bhm a.wara awrtnp.il the or1er. hi-b wi 1 i:iul liroiuf axteuiiua and aiiipraeut. adIrea. ail onleri lo JnO-eai. S. P. Swsltzer,fTnr"iy) L "rr-han' Coort he'i at Nwvrr . im lh. .St h 'tar tf je..fi-irt-rc v. .u-irr- mmnd Amlitor. 4j;t anrwil rr aM-tam KlvaBivat-ata aw iu la uci.-a. aiul uut 1r!tiiHja of irM t.md -ia rh i a-tl 'd J-4jii an-l wail stmwakrr. A4rMiKtmj4 M n -l S-m . ittt d . in anl s-ihx.k lhw Wai r entite1 ifrnvu. rnrrt-tv ti.fH- tr-,u htr wni at-rcd w, tne d.ri e'tlie TeaptnK::iHfi: mi ri'!rw1r. tk 7llaav w Te-btr. i v. ml r.'.. I mrre m nairt. rt4 titi -l v r--- mi -t- rt9. Aaf.-.UT. Butterick Patterns On Sale. P ARKER d. PARKE R "Yyrit OF PACTrnON. To rria Berl:''T. I.--" Anre" Tal Lohr. Zriiartan iir. i i.e k. Truil aikI Vie UrTrtiaal, of tmirl.dr-it,r-i Pa. You are aen-bv aoiilVvl taat in Bnwnaooof a H'm oi partiuuct iw-uct wi'. of tbe '-T.t.art Cuurt .n,-m iuoiht, ha.. ait ki m- ,i irr. .. I will Ik4 aa liwi the Ltrvm-w-apti tne ml eM;e i4 acoo Hrrk?. d-c 'I., e niate in Put T.Man.falp. winert t'oantT. Pa . Htr.)-.ieHlaT. tbe 4ih davof lenfw. wrt-n ati4 where Tu ma au-ad If vou Uuua pmw-. fcheriS" t ofB-e, K. 6. ItcXTTLI T. Oet ZA. 1-. i Sheriff atai of Poilr late of Con. Kafr-an. Hee d. aorfi Tr -ten -n ttterw of a.1 !nirt !r:.a , naTina- rrnte4 la nrnirv.gnnl by the poitrantllritT oerctiy rm urn. p-r- ma inlrlrtM to faaid eatate w Kake unioed.a! parment and ttmae htur-r claim, itwih tte same w) prawot them iu j v.:hrr..--m.n-4 6 etlinryeitt ma rii.T. Sry.mjt SJ. IvImI ua istc muienc ut dtawd. Ja'":j3 LXirr-ltv. erJ Ai-w-wewfj ulitoes notice. il.rins hrfr aopniotird Ati1i! w y Ihe Coart f rrmiiwti V'tcs&Gt !imsreen j,.. p.f bjdino H! laefaad m tae baaui i Yjra eu 8. Haiker. sniene ef tieury N. ruteman. Ut ta among I Jeea-ty entitled tserri, n'i.-e I. b---i.r vivea ui 1 will attrBd u tne do u nt id a i.iurniro al wit otic. In iwui. J1., oa l-Jaf . November iL !-. at 1 a. m. t when aaa waara mil pwrKKK I"t -vt!i mr at tend. VaULMSt Hat. oeCS. auditor. s "WANTED il To ekaraa I.-T Uht m. ui-wr -wa -en-4T eirjt.l.TBent roarwnwed. iALAi;Y A r.. rtS'Fj ;d in war i . -f ul tnen. apj-Iy at ; tatiuc a(te. Vitw-o t-n imp-r. ' CHASE Hk'ttL L O . JturVwe. .V. Y uoitofts notice. ia F'tare of pvtr reieher dee At aa Orjan.' I w held at VrT-rv I t.o th Ith day or wim, jhm, r aooe-!rr-l Audi becaa dn!y iM-m M v mir a . si n r4 11 t-jnd in 'he hacl. "s E B, rk iki J, 1-eisr. lxi-A of ir! e-uw. to and maT tlj!e Waiiy ef!tiil ihrr:. .e-T r e.u tioe thai bm wiil ar'end I" the ie of ui abur arr'T.tnent oo Th'irrfar, 'k-iit 3U inn u hi o&av ui Vwiat Pa., win a a-wj wtim a-i peraon lbterestad caa arteaa If ihav taisk GEO. X. 9TTLL, AaJiior. i'