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EDWARD FCCXL, EUitjr and P nelnr. WEDSE4DAY- ..September IT. 1H0. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS- state. FiR GOVERNOR. GEOUuE WALLACE DtLAMATER. FOR LtFCTESAST GOVERNOR. LOl'J AhTHt'K V ATEE8. ron FECLETARY or INTERNAL affairs. THOMAS J. f-TEWABT. COUNTY. FOR CoNORES. EDWARD SCt'LI, Somerset Botjugh, tftihject to the !ec.i:on of Ibe Lnstrict Confer ence. F"R FT ATE i-T.NATOR. ; KOKMVS B. CRiT.'UHlXU, of Jenu'er TT. Subject In Ibe de-ii. of the district Confer ence. F.R A.-SEMI'.LY, EPHRAISI I). MILLER, of Ror lt! Borough. JoHSC WEt.LKR. of Mltford Township. FOR HHi:!IFF, ISAIAH OOOI). of Somewt Torliip. F'lR I'HOTHONOTARy, WM. H. E ANXER. of S.uue'T-: Iioroui:. FUR RK'ilSTEK ANO RECORDER, A. J. UILEMAN, f S.mcrt Borouia. F.iR " REAsl'trK, JOHN HAVER, of wuemtbo:;;:: Township. FOR f"OMMI.-'I"SrRS, ;F. F. KIMME1.L, of Wi''ri Township. fcAMlF.L t'. SilOHER, of tiomirM.'t Township. FUR POOR MRKITOX. WM. DICKEY, of ilrothersvaiicy Toanjhip. F"R At MTOR3, IfKRsUS SHAFFER, of So-ar.4 Trnbip. I'. II. Kl'.Ol'CHER, of rv.mers.-t TowaAip. I::ki'i majority liarts tiie Ik-mocrats more than liia travel. Op course the Senate l.aa ijwI the Tariff bill. I'i'in't th Democratic papers prophesy it wouldn't? That statue old tiag it- gxxl enough for Maine sn-l Vermont. Tins is not an '"off year" by &cy means, and -nen't conr.ty f houM give the eu tire Hnjmblican ti-kot cut less than 2,."00 umjnrity. The Ilntan-Ni-eb Senatorial eonWt in rittuhnrj was Jft'ilc! Tridny in favor of SeeU, and he wa declaro'l to lie the reg ular nominee c'th party. fMN. k the Miine election the armv of howler yeliinit "Czar," "Old Tyrant," "h'g boss R-el," Lave ndienly grown modest. IVibibly it is no longer am Using- The Deni'jcrats are sodiHCouraeil over their attempt to defeat Keed that they despair of e-u keeping McKir.ley out of the Fifty-first Congress by the infamous frerrymander in Ohio. Ir you want to get any troth out of a political prediction made in a Democratic taper, all you have to do is to interpret it in exactly the opposite way in w hich it is written. i Ir you Lave not paid Slate or County tax w ithin two yearn, you must, ia order to vote this year, pay it on or before Sat urday, October 4. lon't forget this neglect of snob a duty is crime. Th KepublUxn State Coavention of Indiana met on Wednesday, Septtmler 10. It heartily endorsed the administra tion of Harrison and the course of Speak er Reed. The Federal Elections bill was strongly commended. The Indiana He publicans know a good thing when they see it. Titrdiilin-nce between Speaker Reed's methods and those of his enemies who tried to steal a march on him at home is the differem between Republican an,l Iemocratic methods, snd people always indorse tbe former, lecanse they like a man w ho has no n-ars fir his policy or lib actions but is willin; to defend both on the stump and in 0ngrs. Tiis Republican State campaign was opened in i'ittsburg in great shape Satur day evening. Senator I ngalls made the uneeich of the occasion, a synopsis of which will be found in our nws col U'lins. Judging from the auspxious opening of the campaign, the "State of Allegheny" will be found in line w ith its usual magnificent Kopublican majority when it clones on the 4th of November. It will not require such a tremendous effort as some people think to elect the Republican State ticket this fall. All it will require ia for every voter worthy tbe namj of Republican to go to the polls and cast Lis ballot for the regularly nom inated candidates of the party, and they mill be elertea by the mnal majority of Anywhere fK.m 40000 to 80,000. Thia ia A simple duty that all true Uepublkans w ill perform and take pleasuie in the doing of it. fiarrrfH news;iapers are ferocious in their bitter comments npon tbe passage of the Tariff bill by the Senate. They ee in it the promis? of the upbuilding if new industries in the United States, And they know- that it w ill greatly lessen the market for certain Ilritish manufac tured products in the United States. Their angry denunciations of the bill will not make it any tbe less popular with patriotic Americans. It is not tbe habit of the American people to adapt their industrial policies to I'.ritinh desires or demands. Arrxa two or three das of doubt, caused by baseless democratic claims, it turns out that tbe Republicans have car tried the first State election in Wyoming ty a good majority. The legislature is largely Republican, aud a Republican representative in Coiigroe was returned. Tiie Republican campaign ia Wyoming was made under erioru disadvantage. F. E. Warren, the former Territorial Gov ernor, was seriously ill aiiooit from tbe lime of hi nomination until his ejection, while his opponent made a vigorous can vass. The Mormon element is strung in two counties of the Slate, and the Mor mon authorities at Salt Lake contributed a large fund to help the iVemocrats carry the State. Considering these things, the AVyotniof election is another decisive Itepublican victory. TiiE political alliance between tbe re rmbmuioniHtM and democrats in Kansas f dace the "straight-out" Prohibitionist, in a peculiar i option. The Iiemocratg, for the niTt part, ara utterly opposed to prohibition. Among them are all the brewers, distil'era, iitipurters cf liquor, "original-pai-kagw" aeJlurs, saloon-keep-ers, and all w ho are, orevwr have been, or who desire to b herebfUir, makers or seller of inl-iiicanta. The resubmission, tsts largely are disgrunlled Rejublicans, Aoreheads glad of any pretext for perma nent or temporary desertion from the strand old party, and partly niea who lioreatly believe that prohibition is not tLe best CK-thod U ciKjt kir or prevent- in the evil of intern peran. Th al liance threstoos the total t,uL.ver;on of the present liiiunr laws nf the '.ate, which practically are rohioit Dry. The republican party in Kar.ws.asa body, would retain and enfort the laws as they row stand. V.'i'.l the "otraiirht-"pr-jhihitiooirts be found aiding tlie Bsdoon-keepcni or sar;orlios tbe only party ml.ich is ptelfl io enforce the practically prohibitory laws of tbe State? Prudence and conscience alike protest againKt a practical alKanc cro-(!lt?l pnJiibitionijts with the sworn fiKB of prohibition. Th Senate is to beejngratulate.1 npon the passapeof tariff bill not differinff widely from that known as the McKinley hi!!, and, certainly, having no points of variance which can not be adjusted in a committee of conference between tbe tw o Houses. Except on sugar, tbe Senate's amend ment Lave been in the line of further reduction. And even in sugar the Senate proposition is a wonderful reduction from present rates. The snjrar question seems to be the most complex and troublesome of all that arise from practical considr atiuu of the relations lietween tariff, rev enue and protection. Tne Senate's proposition to give the FreciJent power to restore redocol duties to old rates in the cane of im porta from countries that continue to discriminate between the trade of the United States and other countrv-s may be wi.-e or rj w ise. Actual experience w ill determine this. Ita proposition fir the cabiih Bient of a tx-rmar.er.t tariff commission which shall report from t.ine to time np on all ttatisti. of export, iaiport, foreign er.d do;aestic produilion and price, and the increase or decrease of United Stau proluction and prices under various scales of tariff will meet w ith favor. Not the leapt meritorious feature of the f fo- Ioed wminiwiion is the r.on-j nrtiran character of its composition. The com mission will be, in f;-?, a permanent bureaa of tariff statist ics, and the rcpre- .t. ...i:.: i ...... t;.u. ita mentation oi ivnn r"" boanl will iitMire r-?icct f..r its reiwrts. r.ut that npon which the Senate main ly is to be congratulated is that it has brought its tariff discussion to a speedy cl.ise. Mid has presented a bill to the House which is in accord with the senti ments of the Republican party and a j great majority of tbe legally qua! died voters of the United States. PRESS COMMENTS. Fr. i.i ttic X. T. rr.M. Wc take no rtcck in Col. Aleck VcClure's v.iiorir.pi about ,ViO"0 rasjority fir l'atli- ,n. It sy tlelilowi!i?oi me cran whuiu (V1. Mc'!ure extols with wterrtaiicus adoration, will cause no more fear than the ' ciking of so many frog in the pond. r. ncfy'.vaiiia will hardly change i's politics because Wharton Barker was not made Sec retary of the Treasury, and Mr. E-nery and Chris Magee were not consulted in Federal patronage," Frera the N. Y. Vail at.d EJi.n.t. Masaachuett third party l'rohibitionists have met in solemn convention, sooeriv nonied a ticket that will appear at the bot tom of lite poll when the votes are counted. and sent forth their regular annual wail over the increasing degeneracy and wickedness of etryUiy io the world except theniieUes. All ibis performance is recuely of the sort wliiih n-ems to afford Third Tarty I'rohibi tiotiis: unlimited satifi tion. Nothing so ao-jthes ud relieves the peculiar atid gloomy minds of the estimable gentlems-n as their annual farce of playing at politics, with a little incidental woik fr the democracy t'irown iu. Lincoln was a Rapabllcan. An organizition of Mugwump, in Phila delphia, who are working fr Pattison, have assumed tbe tame of "Lincoln Republi cans." Tbi is the slimiest demagogbm a catch word for entrapping some unsuspecting peo ple who are admirers of tbe martyred Presi dent. Lincoln was a true party man and no thing can be foiin 1 in his history to justify a Republican in supporting Paitison. TOM REED'S TRIUMPH. Maine Coea Republican with Increas ed Majorities. The election in M line refilled in an over whelming Republican majority throughout tbe state. Speaker Eeed wsa returned from the First Congressional DiMrict with a plu rality of 47'JO. which is 2ii9 greater than he has tr.-r received.. Governor Uurleigh was re-elected over his Democratic op;onent by 1(1,000 plurality and the State Legislature is strongly Republican. The Speaker's Tictory is rem irkable snd it speaks v ilumes. It wai won in an "oil"' yeir. Tbe IV-mxrutie cmdid ite was select ed for his strength and popula.'ity in his own rank. Iu his own cityaming his neigh bors and fallow ciiii.-ns, he has a plurality of 1..VJ3, nearly three time? greater than ever before, and l.e has done this io the city where his opponent lives, and where the latter was ei(eoI(d to be strong. First of nil it is a Kational Republican vic'.ory to be prooil of. The contest was on National is sues alone and Die grand record raide by the House of Representatives under the new order of business o ably .and courageously championed by speaker Itaed. it was a loud riioken approval of the Republican Tariff bill, the Federal Election bill and all tbe other measures of Republican legislation in Congress. Agin, it ia a ruagni&eent person al testimony to th speaker himself. M&xf Democrats voted for him because they be lieved iu the wisdom of his rulings in the House, because they wanted to vote for a man of brains and courage. After the result was known Siieaker Reed addressed an enthusiastic meeting. He aaid : FabUuw CrrizKN: I suppose we never shall know what it is to possess the earth en tirely, but I thiuk we have got rattier an adequate notiou of it after all. If any one of you think that I imagine I know words enough to express adequately this situation be does more honor to mjr ooti rage than to my good sense. You and 1 hare bv!d many such meeting all alone to ouraelvtn, but what we have done io day will go far be yond tnis district and tin state. Hitherto 1 have had ouly to return to you my persona! thanks for your kiudness to one of your fellowtownsmen. I believe I have the right to give jron the thanks of hundreds of thous and of good Jl-publicans all over the I'm led State of Amerit'a.for your faithful work has deserved much more than I dare to say. I know 1 do not in the iat reeard this mat ter as a personal victory. J know tbat it transcends tha. and I am thoroughly glad tbat it does. I ara thoroughly glad that tbe vote of my district will be an incentive and encouragement and the bringcr of bo to th Republicans all over this country, for we are engaged now in a great a battle as ever the R -ptiMnao party fought. It ia as much our d.ity to-day a it ever was in the dark davs of tbe war to carry high tbe ban ner of Republicanism, of civilization and of progress, and. my friends, you have lifted it to-day to a gmat height. It rests with tbe people of tbe I'nited Stub? now to see tbat it is carried lorward. You have done your duty. Now let us all hope and pray tbat they will do their from one end of the country to the other. us. itui rarvior CAwr.ui ss. In his drat eandidscy 1S76 Mr. Reed's plurality over his Democratic competitor was 1,002. In the campaign of '81 Mr. Reed came dangerously near defeat, he leading Ander son (fusion i only 117. A long and costly in vestigation followed this election. General Auderson trying to prove error or foul ply on tiie part of the Republicans, but Reed came out of the ordeal unscathed. In 'H2 Reed's plurality was 1.2r3. In 'S4, w hich was one o! the fiercest contests ever known in the district, he was elected over Judge Cleaves by. In ' Reed s plurality was UH. In ' tremendous efforts were made to defeat him, but, as usual, be was a Reed shaken .but unbroken by the September wind, bis plurality bring increased to 2,.W And now, in IWi, biajority reaches the magnificent figure of 4.7U0. THE OPENING GUN. The Republican State Cam paign Brilliantly Opened at Pittsburgh. Senator Ingralls' Great Spoach. The Ilep.ibik-aa State campaign w ai U,r mally uned in the ;.-aod Opera lloua in ri!ls.t.U!T, Saturday evening. Senator ln galb. of Kansas, was present snd made the speech of tbeerriiins He was followed by Senator Deiamatdr, General Hastin-", Sena tor Watre and Colonel Thomas J. Stewart. Tbe ptra Houte was crowded to over Bowing. Previous to tbe meeting there waa a Uepuulican irJe in which ibe American and Tariff Clubs took part. Harry Oliver, Jr., wa ehiied Presi dent, and without many preliminaries in troduced Senator Ingalls, w bo said : JJe'ieve tie, Mr. L'residetit. ladies and gen tlemen of liuetur,r, tbut 1 am not iiijixiu-k-.ou of trie honor of your aitendaiu neie ia audi numbers ttiis eveninir. Dor in.-ttnai-ijie u the conlialiiy of your greeting and your salutation. It is, 1 am sure, unnecessa ry and supeiiluuua tor me to y ibal 1 am not liere lur tbe purjose of interfering with, giving advice coofsj.ing or cuiimteiitiiiK t!Tju the local atlaire ot Allegheny coumy or tne Ste of IVunsyivani. 'Alie.-e are momenta when the nranger lutermwhllrth noi. Aud 1 le l t:;at it would be inappro pnate. unjust anl uiidctr ing of me and ttw ouwsiua were i iu-sunie to give advice M counsel to tiie HeptiUiiuaiu ol Abegueny county as to their duty in tbe contest mat is before' tlieui. And yet 1 may be allowed to uay tbat I am not on this mxasion wholly an intruder, a volunteer or au utibiddeu guest. I bavecome at tne invuation and rejuest anl at tbe instance of tbe Executive Com mittee of this t-juutry and of my friend, Sen ator Cameron, w Loni. i nojie, wiii be return el by ibe people oi l'tnnylvania this win ter to the ce w hich be adornr, and to my du-tiiiguislied friend, KJTM ITl'RS SESATOBVitAV, he who says lit'.le but dos a g:et dual to appear bei'ore you lT the. purpose and for i.ie sou! purpi of saying in such ways as I ...oi Mti,4 li-n tt nf !i BriMiments ai:d reaions us i niav present, wby it is ibat tbe Kepub- j hcan party is entitled to the contmuetl txn liiiem ol U.e Kejiubiicaua of Allegheny county, and wny i(s ateendenry and supre macv slioii.d be maintained iu tbe fttate of l'enmyiva'iia and :n tbe nation. Fellow it:.ens of Aliegbeny county, in a popular representative fur in ol goveriiineiii, polii i- ai names are an iudisiH'iisir.le neressi. tv. Wbeii tt:ere is no i!yi.a.-;y, no reigning family, no hereditary nobility, no preroga tive nor class distinction, tbe tiovernnicnt is tbe party iu ower, and ln-ii'. it is that every American citixen slioutd be a politician. '.t in the sense of licing a canflidate for otiice, but in tbe larger, in the wider and in the nobler sense of taking an intelligent in terest in public att'airs. Applause And from the snertacle I c beiore mc I should be inclined to mint: tbat iu tliesrnxe wbicb I desTibe, the Ih-publicaiis of Alle gheny couniv need no lunber iiirtruciions lr.jm me. A'nd not only should every citt .! hea io!:tirian. b it a intrtisan pditician. I never have barrel the lmoa of voting for tbe candidate upon tbe Itepublican ticnel oeiaioiiaily. A man ougbi. Io be a pol.ii cian a in everything else, a pirtisan politi cian. He ought lo believe that hU wife is the best, hss cbiidren the raort attractive, bis city, bis hiate, and his country, tbe nuttiest and' most deserving of his devotion, or he is not worthy ol having a w ife, children, aty, State, or country. fEAlI FOB r.ICTIASS. There is a certain class of politicians some times belonging to one party and sometimes J to the other, w ho are so exiraorumamy i pendlcular ibat they lean over a iitlie back ward. Who are neverquitesure that they are be longing to a ny utiles they are voting tor the candidates of the oliwr, and giving aid and comfort to their adversaries. Tuere f.re, Mr. President a:id fellow citizens of Pittsburgh, I confess to being a lurtisan lutiticiau, and 1 have no sympathy with those who roll up their eyes until von ran see nothing but the whites, and hold up their bands in holv horror, and enlarge tbe bor ders of their philactoriea, and stand on the streets, nisgiiiftiug their own virtues, snd thanking God "that they are not as other men and not as other Republicans. II a man is a Democrat in Cod's name let him be a Dem ocrat. He that is tilthy let him be filthy. And if he is a Republican in God's name, let liim be a Itepubl can in otf years as well as in Presidential years. Feliow citizens, I ara often swkward, beimr what is commonly called a Republican Repuhiiran, and that is as we ray iu the wet. "A R-publican foul the head ol tbe creek." in w hom their is no variableness ncr shadow of turning. I am a'-ked what is trie dilfreuce between a lbs publican and a Democrat, or the difference between the D- mocratic and Republican thir ty? What odds does it make eviept that o:ie or the other shall have te :li, v '.' J have one observa' ion to make ou that poird, fal low citizens. I have one slight ditlercnoe to suggest as to the d i tference bt ttveen the Dem ocratic and Republ'ctn party in tbe ol years as well as in the Presidential year, ami tbat i. that upon every issue. ti;on every ques tion affecting the honor, the welfare, and the prufri;y and tbe exis'enee f this nation for the last oM year, the K-publiean p'irty lias always been right and tbe Democratic party HAS ALWAYS CF.ES WROXU. And it is iust exactly as w rong at this par ticular moment of time as it was in lS'il or any time since lied. Slavery, ecrsion. State sovereignly, reconstruction, the public credit, tbe national currency, the resump tion of sjx-cie ynient, to coir.ege of s-lver, prolection to American lhor and tbe tari!! lor tbe protection of American industries, I say to you that ui"in every one of these quesiioiif". from the beginning down to the last syllable of tbe reoild of litiif even so late as rhursday of last week ibe Republi can any ha., always liten rihi and the Democratic party has a! way been wrong. Applause. And it will continue to be wrong, woild without end, anoa. A voice Senator, did you ever read the Bible? How elioul the old soldier '.' I supi-ose, fellow citizens', ibat in the sub urbs of Pittsburgh at leaid in tbe suburbs of most cities with which lam acquainted, there ia a vacant space of common land in which tbe neighborhood dejiwit what i hey have got done with. Where you will find empty cans, the cast-off clothing, exhiim; of vicinities with w hich the community hav ing l ad the usufruct is fatlpoed and di sires finally to di.iose of without further com ment. The Democratic party is tbe oliiical dumping ground of politics in the nine teenth century. Every excluded heresey, evt ry abandoned beresy-everything tbat tbe list in has got done with arid tired of aud has cast nay to be trod Jen under the feet ol nun, is the heri'.atre of tbe Deruocratic party. And lest this may seem to be harsh. ssntunij! cnticiMn, iet :uay i rjeca!ieito arcountfor wme.f these wholesale state ment and charged with drfarnination. as J have sometime txei), I teg to use that 1 have been in public life 'for overJHvtars, and during that jieriod of time tbe Demo cratic party have bad control of this Govern ment either iu whole or in part, for 14 years, and if any Democrat, or nv friend of that organizttion (turning to Jlr. Oliver) and by looking at you I dn't mean that you are one of ibera inn point out to me a iinale jecific act tbat the Democratic party ever d.d. or ever pr.p-l to ii , for the wel fare or advancement, either of the moral, in tellectual or physical condition of the coun try, I pause tor a reply. liEApy to Bt casviwcxn. If it can be pointed out or designated. I will conies to my error, aud ii'any rwni'ipr of ibat organization will point out to me any act that they have ever performed, ex cept to resist, to peevishly complain, to at tempt by revolutionary and intolerable measures to defeat tbe great beneficent statutes that have been enacted by the great Republican parly, wbicb they have not afterwards themselves endorsed, and which they have not a-ked the American people to forgive tbem for having attempted to defeat ami overthrow, I will again confess my error and iik to be forgiven. My feliow citizens, I have erred in calling the Democracy a jrty. Itjs an aggregation of the ignorance, the imbecility and the dis loyalty of this country. Strongest where public morality is weakest, reinlorcing all (be dangerous 'and destructive agencies of society nd having neither cunauieiioe nor courage of convictiiwjs, jt is perpetual and constant menace to the proirity and the honor of tbe American peoole ; aud yet, fel low citizen", I occasionally hear some poor mortal complaining of tbe ftepnhlican party because it ha had many indWensibte poli cies. Well, I have been somewhat ofa kick er myself. There bave been Republican leader tbat I did not ike : there have been Republican policies tbat I did not approve of and indorse, and I bave said so without hesitation but f think the worst Republican that aver lived I better by fa' than the best -mKri that vm lived. Politically shak ing, I mean, I hare many rtraonl friends among the Democratic party, and I have always, therefore, taken the e Miaeq'ienoea. Fellow citizens, your chairman was good enough to say that I was not a stranger to tbe citizens of Western Pennsylvania How ever that may be, the citizjos of Western Pennsylvania are no strangers to me : and I never visit I'ittsburg without feeling renew ed sentiment of profound wonder and ad miration at the work that has been wrought here by the genius and enterprise of your people. AS ILLrsTRATIOM Or tSTEErtlSX. Situated at the confluence of two impor tant streams with a climate of unusual sa lubrity, removed from the rigidity of tbe XArth and ib- ervasini beai f-f the rVnitb, miih a nl b.i'.eiri which, tsiiy .vssible tw two great ag-noea of modern civilization, iron and r.-at, the oruiveniences of nature have ben supplemented by tne ger.iu of niaa, imli! on there rcpgr.i hills has been rean-d a fabric tbat is one of I he marvel and woii'krs t-f American emlmlion. I bave on many occasion gas si with wonder on the lacesof your merchant princes, the tern pie of justice nd religion, wilb ll.rir superb arcLiuciure. ti hiuues of your anisaua, in tbe surrounding suburbs, rich witball that wealth can purchase or tastt sag2U tuid I have felt ttiat it was an objct bson and illn-tration and exhibition d RejMiblican enterprise. It is an illnsimtion of what the An;d, Saxon race at it best ran do when it Iih. I am loM that there istiot a pau(r within jour liiuiis bo is not made so eith er by iu'firniitv or by calamity, lain alviaei that th-re is1 tio abie-bodieit mwn willing to work n bo can nt olilain ncrupation l rea sonfble viH. i am told that wMittnlioenl prevails ; tUit the relations existing between labor and capital are aripiNlrd satisfactorily. So that here ha bren erre'ed this itreat fab ric which is ricn in every tontirreney, and possession of fuesent riches and wealth, and Ut greater in prewpect of future renown. Pennsylvania S'aie, of which this is the wslern mettirwiis. has also shared in this great result. It issn imjieriaUxxumon wealth, and it i but one of the great constellations of State trh.r-e development aid growth is a marvel that has no precedent or parallel in the civilized worid. You w'll recollect tbat tbe agnl female saint on her uVaihbed, when she was pies lioned by her mmer as to the evidence of her taiib, he inquired of her what she thought of Die doctrine of lota! depravity, and she d she thought il was well lived up to. In view of the wcnsaiion I feel jus tified iu sajimr tbat Democracy is total depravity in poll. its, End well lived up to at that. (Since tbe d.iy when the Frenchman who killed his fa her and mother and, being con victed of the crime, requested executive clemency on the grounds that he was an orphati.'l don't thiiik anything in the na ture of uUrontry h-sever deeded the cialiit of the Democracy that the Republican party is sectional. It ia sectional, Mr. President and ladies aud gentleman. There are Con gressional d.stricui and there a re States where a KepuVicaii inteting like this cannot be held under penal'y of death. A voice Y'ou are right. There is to day in one cf the Stales of this Union a Constitutional Convention silling with (be avowed purpose of disfranchising Republicans and rendering it iinisible for tlieu t viii now or hereafter. There are States and Coi!grnioiia! district where, by the enactments ot Democra.y there reins nothing but despotism and tyranny. The last j-est ig" or pipuiar government and i.e pubiican principles have been overthrown am! there is nothing left of the Declaration ot lmb jieiidence or the Constitution of the United Slates, more than there U in the Dahomey or Z'llula.id. 1 have many times s.id, Mr. President, end I Jay here again, thai so long as I continue in public life, or private life for Ibat matter, I never will de sist in any pretence and in every presence from declaring that this struggle shall never cease until it is just exactly as safe for a black Republican to vote in Mississippi as it is for a white Democrat in Pennsylvania. A voice Why don't you do it? Then I allirm, Mr. President, that it was upon that pledge that the Republican party wa restored to p'ower. I athrra that tbat pledge ha not been redeemed. I ailirm mr ihur that if there has been any bargain, if there has been any agreement, if there has tiecn any understanding by which it is not to lie redeemed, it is a bargain more dispu table than that of Ksau when he sold his birthright for a mess of pottage, and more l-erfidioiis llian tbat by which the Maer was betrayed for 3" pitces of silver. SIMTLT PKX1SOS Jt'STlCS. Tbe Republican party does not ask for do minion ; it Rsks gor iuslio. It does not ask for power : it asks that every man. black or white, on this continent beneath tbe tvgis of the Coi. slim-ion, shall bave tbe right to vote once aud bave thai voteconnted. And when tt is is brought about the Republican party will 1 no longer sectional. The Republican party in ibis matter knows no State lines ; it knows no points of the compass north, south, east or west. It knows no frontiers but tbe shores of those great oceans that wash the eastern and western boundaries of this continental, indivisible and indissolu ble Rrpubli . Republicans of Allegheny cutnty, I am sIkjUI to close. 1 t-ai Io you to remember that the contest is the same now that it ha been every day since you were organized. I appeal to you to ignore tbe fata! and degrad ing dogma of the oflT year in (ilitics. I p jieal to you to imitate Maine an I not Ver m wit. I apial to you in November totally Strain Iwncath that flag njion whose victor ious folds areiincribed the continental unity of the Americin Republic, the industrial indeiender.e of the American people. Effect In Washington. A, a result of Mr. Reed's signal victory there is already renewed courage infused all along the Republican lines in Congress. This is especially noticeable in the Senate, where the passage of the Federal Elections biil early tha next session is no longer talk ed of as a possibility, but is now regarded as a certainty. Tbe vote of Mr. Reed's district is not only considered as a great endorse ment of his cours3 in preventing filibuster ing and in enforcing the will and right of the mpjority in the House, but is also re garded ss a vole of direct approval of all the meas-.ires especially urgedty this adminis tration, and pushed through the House by the rulings and influence of Speaker Reed and his immediate associates. Among the measures the Federal Elections bill stands out most conspicuously. Ir.dii.i, the Democrats have made the Elections bill a special Usue in Mr. Read's district, and sevtral of the Democratic and mugwump newspapers of the country have dtinct'y ar-nounced that the vote in the First Maine district yesterday would be ac cepted throughout the entire country as a verdict ujion the Federal Elections bill. The verdict ha been given, and the friends of that miasurcare corresponJingiy happy. The Tariff Bill Passed. Washinoto.v, Sept. 11. In the Senate on Wednesday after six hours of closing general debate, as per the Q iay agreement, the Tariff bill was passed by a party vote 10 Republi cans and 13 Democrats. The Senate aptsjint ed a Committee of Conference to meet i similar committee cf the House. Mr. Aidrich's reciprocity amendment was agreed to 37 to 2S, Edmunds and Evarts being the only Republican Senators to vote against reciprocity. October I was selected as tbe dale on ;which the bill is to go into effect, except as regards tbe sugr schedule, the bounty feature not becoming operative befi.-c the Jit of Mar,:h net. An additional section was adopted provii ing fqr the cre- aliou of a Tariff Commission. ThU js to he a permanent body, to furnish report and opinions upon the operation of tariff laws and the effect of changes. Congress is now furnished by tbe Treasury and State Depart ments with nearly all the facts that this Commission is exjected to gather, but noth Ing more than tbe facts. Tbe Commission is exixcted not only to present tbe facts, but Io make comments upon them. Another amendment provides that all merchandise imported prior to August 1, now in bond, may be retained there until November 1st without liability to the increased tax impos ed by the bill. Tbe qutstbjn Bt jMije between the House and the Senate will, no doubt, be easily set' tied. In musts re? peels the bill is it passed tbe Senate is identical with that approved hv the House. The chief alteration, of course, is the adoption of the Senate' Fi nance Committc's reciprocity amendment This is a new feature entirely, and may give rise to some difficulty in conference com mittee. The tugar duties are also somewhat in dispute, the Senate making tbem notice ably higher than the House did. Art, which the House put on the free list, tbe Senate made dm iable and binding twine, taxed by the House, is made free of duty by the Sen ate. Iu the Clnss, Metal and Flax and Hemp schedules a fw minor differences also ap pear ; but apart from the sugar duties and the reciprocity question Ihere are few matters at issue wbicb could not be settled offhand in an hour or two. The exact number of amendments made by tbe Senate Is 4G4. Probab'y 1J0 of Ihern could be disposed of in conference at a sing e meeting. Forty Persons Poisoned. BtSoETTSTotTS, Pa., September 13. Last evening tt a reception given at the borne of Mr. McCarroll. of Hickory. eight miles west of here, 40 of the SO persons present were poisoned by eating canned corn. Among the poisoned guests were three physicians, Drs. McCarroll, McF.lrry and Campbell. As ye t none of the poisoned persons have died, though some are In a critical condition Ir ia reported in Washington that Charles Emory Smith is to resign bis post as Minis ter to Russia, snd will return to his editorial dctk on the Philadelphia press. Wharton Barker's CommttteAi It Declaration in Favor of Demo cracy. The long promised declaration of Whar ton Parker in favor of Robert K. Pattison for Governor has been given to the public. The address is singularly like tbat issued by the three tailors of Tooley street, who began it thus : "We, tbe people of England, address our fellow cilixens," etc Mr. Earker is somewhat more modest, as he begins bis address thus : "We, the voters of Pennsyl vania, address our fellow citizens,", etc. and then follows a deliberate misrepresenta tion in the statement, that "Some of us who sign this paper, are and have been since the birth cf tbe party earnest Republicans who have given its policy and plana oar constant spprova! and support." . ' This statement is willfully false, as Mr. Rarker knows he cannot possibly name two signers to that address who have given a constant support to the policy and plans of the Republican party. Tims and again they bave, almost without exceplion, given earn est support as Mugwumps or Barkerites to the Democratic party in city, State and National politics and elections, and it is not surpr.Bing that they seek to qualify that recklessly false assertion in these words: "Kut all of u. without exception, are of Re publican afliiialions; we reverence the par ty tradition? and fully recognize tbe great national work which the party has accom plished in t!.4 past." There are just M signers to this declara tion in favor of Free Trade Democratic measures and men. There is not a Protec tionist among thjm not one They are Free Traders, not outspoken, bold, manly Free Traders, but Free Traders in disguise, of the bush wacker order. Most of tbe num ber are importer of the products of the pauper iabor of Europe, and every man whose name is signed to that address hopes to profit by the enforcement of tbe Free Trade policy of the Democratic party. Tbe rewaid of Judas Iscariot, for betrayal, was thirty pieces of silver, but his price was so contemptible that, upon reflection, he went out and hanged himself. It is said that Wharton Baiker's reward is to be the Secre taryship of the Treasury nnder Grover Cleve land, in the event of the election of that Free Trader, who as President of the United States "challenged the protected industries to the death." In the event of the defeat of Cleveland in 1J2, the price of Wharton Marker's betrayal of Republican principles may npiear more contemptible than that of Judas. For his opposition to John Sherman, in 18so, Wharton Barker expected to be made Secietary of tbe Treasury under Garfield, but missed it. He was a candidate for the same office nnder Harrison and bit the murk just where he missed it with Garfield. As neither Quay nor Cameron supported Barker hi pretentious ambition to pose as a statesman, he holds both responsible for his failure to secure the Treasury portfolio nnder Harrison, and he hopes to get even with tbem by electing Robert E. Pattison, the Democratic candidate for Governor; William L. Scott, Senator in place of Cameron, and Grover Cleveland, President in li'Ji. Duplicity never gained a cause or won a battle, and had Wharton Barker said in bis address: "We are Mugwumps, Free traders in disguise, who bate tbe Republican party with malignant hatred. We have sought office at its bands, and it having been de nied to ns, we nw seek to destroy the party of Protection to American labor and capital, and we invite your assistance," bis state ment would bave bad the merit of candor and courage, ani it would bave gained quite as many con vers as the shameless duplicity he has attempted to impose npon ac intelli gent people. s Now that the facts are made public nut one of which can be successfully denied it is not likely tlat Wharton Rarker aud bis Free Trade Committee will succeed in their attempt to bet ay the Republican party, and, Judas like, Icliver it, bound hand and foot, to the Denucratic party. Tbe effect of this, Wharton Barker's ad dress, ought to je still more disastrous to those making it by staling tbat, to use tbe words, of the address : '"Some of us who sign this pspsr," addressed their fellow citizens in opposition to Mr. Blaine in 1S4 and lw.-i, and bad the effrontery to a&k them to support Grover Cleveland for the Presidency. Theaddresis simply part ofa well un derstood program to pave the way for Cleve land and Fre Trade. ' A Somrambulist's Discovery. Cavz CiTY.'xy., September 14. A remsrk- able somnamhilistic feat was performed a few nights g by Christopher Medway of this place. Ir. Medway is a prominent lawyer and scion of one of Kentucky's oldest familiet In 111, at the breaking out of the war, his father packed up his silver! plate, which wis very valuable, and hid it in the Marumch Cave. This was done in the midst ofa great hurry and confusion, and owing to ome oversight the place wss left unmarked and when, In 13., tbe Med ways wished to Mig the silver up no one could recollec with any certainty the spot. and though I was sought lor, off and on. for years it ws never located, snd, tLe nu merous excavtions resulting in no discov ery, it was finlly believed tbat some one bad stolen thebox and refilled the hole. Mr. Medwa's father died convinced that it was so, andfor more than ten years no one gave furthr thought to the matter. But recently Mrs. Jed way revived the subject by relating the aory to some friends in her husband's heaing, and that gentleman says he went to bed wondering if his father's be lief in the theflof the box was correct, and that on fallirr to sleep be re-enacted the scene of the reroval and burial of the silver at which he ws present, though only a boy of 14. When he awke be found, himself lying on tbe ground lose to a large rock, and in black darknesaexcept lur a faint gleam of light in the farlistance. At first he experi enced some ditculty in realizing where he war, but wbenie did, concluded on remem bering his dretn tbat he had managed to slip by the nigb watchman into the cave, and bis raeraor singularly aroused in his slumbers, had found bis way to the spot where be had sea tbe silver buried twenty nine years be foe, s After mark in; the rock, be made his way to the gate thrcigh which be saw the morn ing light steal i-, and as be was in his night dress, called to.be watchman and dispatch ed him after his clothes. He then hired workmen to di In the spot where be bad found himself n awaking, and soon had the satisfaction of seeing them lift out the case of silver, wiich being opened was found intact. Train Weokerw Will Confess. Alsakt, N.i, Set. 15. It was learned to-night from me of the detectives who have been Woking on tbe Central train wrecker' case.that tbe whole fight when the wreckers ar brought np for trial will be centered on an effort to save Iviernan. He a,id Rjernan v a threw man and bad been admitted to all tke councils of tbe Knights and knew all beir secrets, while tbe other men were on I, tbe tools of Kieman. All bnt Kiernan, i is said, have made written confessions, wtch implicate tbe five men now in custodjas being wreckers, and it is said that the ewlence put into tbe bands of railroad otlicias will surely secure indict ments and contdion. The only trouble to be lea red seemit be tbe jury, which con tains men knorc to be in sympathy with and who can bdnfiuenced by the strikers. The promise financial aid for the men who took part In tbe now defunct strike. arrived to-day. tome received $1.25 each," and others redved as much as $2 50 each The ex -striker! are thoroughly disgusted, and it is belietd tbat if they should ever strike again it will not be as members of Knights of Labr, because there will be no railroad hi therganization. The 1 , th birtday of Allen G. Thurman, which occurs ot November 13 next is to be observed on a tttional scale at Columbus, Ohio, Famine In Ireland. Xssr Yobs, September 14 A letter from a special correspondent !: I 'eland to the n'orfd h;i that befote the winter rets in America will be a lied to send at Wast $.", O"J,000 to tbe west coast of Ireland r tLe relief of tbe hungry cotters, law) cf whom wilt be destitute on account of ibe potato Might. Akirg the seaboard c nntits of Io: e gsi. Mayo snd Galwpy the potato crop is a total lot and as tbe people there d-teud entirely npon tbe potato crop, this means that (hey are already bard up for food. Bitterexperience has taught thera no better. Further inland where the soil is more fertile tbe potato crop is more fruitful. Taking Ireland as a whole, it is probable that only a one-lhird potato crop will be secured. This is much below Scotland, where the blight has' also been revere. "Wheat and oats in Ireland are as good as the English and Scotch harvest. Tbe leaders of the Irish party are opposed to an appeal, for aid. to America or any other country, as they will interfere with tbe plan of campaign. . Emigration is one remedy f r tbe distress proposed by Bal four, ami he intimates tliat at least a quarter ofa million people can be shipped from the west cowst of Ireland to the United 8tates by wsy ol Canada. John Dillon, who makes the disburse ments under the plan of campaign, says be has now 1,300 families to support, with an average of five people to each family. These will be increased by about 70 families, who are to be evicted this rKwith from the fa tnous Otphert estates. It now costs, on an average, $5,00!) each week simp'y to snpport these evicted tenants. By this tour in America Dillon snd O'Brien expect to raise money enough to carry on the plan of cam paign till the next general election, but for tbe purpose of immediate relief their funds will be available for less than 10,00 people. - - ' A Boy's Mad Leap. ' McKt ssroBT, Sept. 15. Samuel Y'oung, a 19 year-old boy from Bellevernon, leaped from a pemick-y train this morning, near Demmler, on a 30 foot high trestle. He fell to the ties, and clung to one of tbem until the train bad passed, when he tainted and fell to the ground. 30 feet below. The boy was afterward picked up unconscious and was taken home to Bellevernon to die. Tbe mad leap of the boy was ' explained, when it waa found that his habits had been very bad and that he was in charge of con stable Patton at tbe time. The two were on their way to Morganza. When they ap proached the trestle, he coaxed the officer to remove the handcuffs, and as the remaining part of the journey was very short, tbe of ficer consented to do as requested. The boy suddenly made a dash fur tbe door, with tbe officer after him, and when Y'oung jumped, the hand of theofficer just grazed bis shoul der. The train wrs running fast at the time and the boy fell across the tie. with terrible force, then to tbe ground afterwards." Wyoming's Handsome Governor. Chivvnsx, Wyo., Sept. 13. Tbe Republi cans nave elected their full State ticket and Congressman by nearly 3000 majority, and a Urge majority of tbe Legislature. The elec tion was conducted under tbe Australian system, which gave general satisfaction. Francis E. Warren, tbe handsome first Gov ernor of the new State, a native of Hinsdale, Mass., was a brave soldier in the war, a suc cessful business man of Cheyenne, snd sub sequently, under President Arthur, Terri torial Governor of Wyoming, when he sig nalized his first brief administration by tbe suppression of the rioters who massacred the Chinese miner at Rock Springs. He was removed by President Cleveland for fencing in public lands, but was reappointed by President Harrison in March, 1&I9. More Congressmen for Many States. Wasbisgtoh, Sept. 11. An apportionment bill ou tbe basis of one representative for each 18o,0u0 of population has been intro duced in the bouse by Representative Dun nell, of Minnesota, chairman of tbe commit tee of the eleventh census. Tbe total repre sentation provided for is 353 an increase of 24 over tbe membership of the present bouse. The states that would gain one member nnder this apportionment are : Al bania, California, Colorado, Michigan, Mis souri, New Jersey, Oregon, Texas, Washing ton and Wisconsin. Two memles: Ar kansas, Illinois, Kansas and Pennsylvania. Three members: Minnesota and Nebraska, The apportionment provides for one lets representative for Ohio and Virginia. Farmers, Take Notice. I have leased tbe large warehouse of Peter Fink at the B. & O. Depot, in Somerset, for five years, and also ware-rooms at Berlin snd Coleman's, where I will keep on hand dur ing tbe seasons for delivery and reshipment to all local points every grade of Fertlizers manufactured by tbe well-known Susque hanna Fertilizer Company, of Canton, Bal timore, Md. I bave spent five years among you, while these goods have been used in Somerset county for eight years, having been introduced by the Hon. 0. P. Shaver. Ow ing to tbe large number of my patrons whom I thank kindly, my agents and myself may be nnable to call to see you personally, so I take advantage of your excellent papers to call your attention to the merits of our Fer tilizers, and beg leave to say that 8. B. Yo der, of Pugb, Somerset County, Ta., and myself bave solicited orders for the fall crops of 1800 100 tons to date of issue, notwith standing the strong competition. R. M. Patton, of Somerset, wbo resides near the depot, is acting as delivering agent for me. By addressing or calling on him, you can learn our prices. We can re-ship Io any local point on short notice, but would prefer at ail times to bave your orders as far in advance of immediate w ants ss practical as it enables us to get our goods to you in better mechanical condition. In behalf of tbe SuKijuthanna Fertilizer Co., I am, Very Respectfully, A. J. Kcttis, Guernsey, Pa. A Prehistoric City Found. Chattanooga, Teun., September 15. Mr. E. llirsch, an extensive mining operator, who has secured options on the celebrated Dui ktown copper mines, has returned from Polk county. He states that laborers have discovered a prehistoric city near Mineral Bluff, In the copper regions. Many evi dences of Indian occupation hvs already been unearthed. The first and principal dis covery was that of an ancient stone wall. It was traced for a mile. Traces of houses were also found during the brief investigation made and I ottery found. Mr. Hirsh, who bas visited tbe buried cities cf the same race of people in Arizona, recognized it as of a aimilar character to tbe relics discovered there. There is a tradition handed down from the Indians thi t there was here a ruined city, and that vast tress urea had been found. The work of excav. tion will he continued. Be Sure If yew have made np yonr mind to buy Hood's 8arapariIU do not be Induced tn tia any other. A Boston lady, whose example Is' wuiuiy immuion, tens ner experience below: m In Olio store wheni T e , k ir.wa Barsaparllla tha clerk tried to Induce me buy uieir own instead ol Hood's; he told me their's would last longer; that I might take tt on ten To Get daT' trial: that it I did not like It T naA t K.y anything, etc Bnt ho could not prevail on me to cnange. i torn mm i had taken Hood's Sarsaparllla, knew what tt was, was satisfied with It, and did not want any other. When I began taking Hood's SanarerlUa I Was feeling real miserable with dyspepsia, and so weak that at times I could hardly Hood's stand. I looked like a person In consump tion, llocd's Barsaparllla did me so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, and my friends frequently speak of It" Ma. ElX. A. Gorr, a Terrace Street, Boston. Sarsaparilla So'. Vy ill dnwjrlrts. f l;lx far ft. Prepared lr "T C. I. HOOD CO., ApoUsscartas, Low.ll, VaM, 100 Doses One Dollar Grand Opening ok M FALL GOODS Of. Every Descripticn ! Immense Quantities to Select from, and the Tariff trill have no rjj'evt on our Selling Goods Cheap as B'fore. . See What We Offer: The best 40-inch Black and Colored Silk Warp Cacbmera for $1 we have ' ever had the pleasure ot showing. 50-inch Black and Colored LTenri etta Cachiincra at T5c 85c. and $1, Silk-finished, all new. Cachimercs at 10, 12 1-2, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 and 50c., all the new shades and styles. 46-inch Serges, ia all -of the newest styles. A full line oi" Cloths of every de scription and color. Trices from 25 to 75c. - Flaid and Striped Press Goods in all the new effects, at 25, 40 and 50c Fancy Flannels for Sacking of all kinds. Handsome Silk Velvets in Black and Colors. Velvets of all kinds. Velvet Ribbons and Dress Trim mings of all the new styles. A full line of Ribbons, all widths. Flannels of all kinds, at prices way down. Morgan Skirting Flannels and. Skirts, and Yarns, all kinds. Thousands of Yards of Cantort Flannels in Colored, Bleached and Unbleached at all prices. Thousands of yards of the very best Park Calicoes, at 5c. 75 pieces of Blue Satine-finish Calicoes, guaranteed colors, at 5c. Thous ands of yards of good Park Ging Lams, at 5c. Calicoes at 4c. One case left. The best 5 and 6 quarter Table Oil Cloth at 25 and 30c. A full line or New Blankets, Bed Spreads, Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, Towelings, and Notions of all kinds. JUST ARRIVED ! Wool and Cot ton Carpet Chains, all colors. It would be impossible to give prices of our large stock in full. At present all we ask is to call, and we will convince you all that we are headquarters for good goods, cheapest goods, largest variety of goods, and most desirable goods in the county. PARKER & PARKER. MRS. A. E. UHL Has received her New Stock of FALL GOODS, Consisting of all kinds of Dress Goods, cither in Silk Warp and All-Wool Henrietta Cashmeres From 50 Cents a yard np. Tlain, Flaid and STRIPED CLOTHS From 15 Cents to $1.00 a yard. PLAIN CASHMERES From 10 cents up. Handsome 36- inch Cashmeres, 25c. Plaids and Striped Dress Goods, from 5c. Handsome plain and Strip ed Goods to make up with Flain Goods, in Combination - dressesS A Full Line of Flannel and Flannel Skirts. White Canton Flannel, From 7 Cents np. Colored, at same ju ice. Many new styles of Dress Goods, AD ALL TIIE SEW KIXDS OF DRESS TRIMMINGS. Canton Flannel Shirtings, Ginghams, and a full line of CALICOES, MUSLINS, ETC. New Fall Wijaps Now in. Jersey Coats ranging from $2.75 to the best Fine Tailor - made Jackets, and all kinds of new Fall Styles of Jerseys. A large stock of Velvet and Velvet Ribbons and a full line of Lalies, Hisses' ad Cite' Un- All these goods are cheap, and good for the money. Come and see thera before making your pur chases. Mrs. a. e. uw. John Thomas & Soils; MAMMOTH STORES,- 240 to 248 Main Street, ) Is one of the wonders of Johnstown, with iis Several Pcpai tm.r.ts Department "A" are Dry Goods In ' Department " B.'jBoots and Shoes ' Department " C," Carpets. In I Department " D," Clothing, Hat;, aud Furnishing Goer1-! Department " E," Groceries. Department " IV'VeedTf Fcr Gccd Gca3s, Chsap G:sds, andJISeascnatk G::j They cannot be excelled. An examination will convince the n, .? " aourting 1 nomas "HEADQUARTERS FOR COl'XTKY Louther's Main Street, Tins Model Drug Stcrsis Favorite Trith Pecph ia Search cf FRESH AND PURE DRUGS, I Medicines, Dye Stuffs, Sponges, Trusei Supporters, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, &c. THK DCCTOE GIVES PEK30SAL ATTENTION TO THE COMPOITXDIXa OP ! n TIL " ' riiysiuituis rmsGfiji GRXA T CARE BEI.VO TAKEy TO VSK OMY rSE."3 ASD fVRX AMllCZZA SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES, j And a Full Line of Optical Goods always on hand. From! such a large assortment all can be suited- THE FIHEST BBAHDS OF CIGARS ! Always on hand. It is always to intending purchasers, whether they buy from us or elsewhere. I J. M. LOUTHER, M. D. MAIN STREET - - EXPOSITION Admission, 25 Cents. j Hopper Brothers & Co.i IXTEXD TO XOU A HEARTY ISV1TATIOS WHEX YOU VISIT THE CITY TO CALL J.VJ f EXA.VrXE THEIR 2t A' OF I BEDROOM FURNITURE. i 'f If CARfETS, LACE CURTAINS, PINING AND KITCHEN FURNITURE, PEPPING, STOVES 'AND RANGES. WE FIRXISU EVEKYTHIXO Tn.tT PERTAINS LOWtK rKJCE4 TUAX CAS BE X-WE ARE NEAR THE Cars from the B. & O. and P. K. R. Depot pas on HOPPER BROS- & CO.. 307 u r a p iSTEAV OAPPJELLO GRAjSTGE ! I a STOVE I'irE, ELBOWS, c COAL and everything in our line. A LOT OF SECOND-HAND ) M lor M Pittsburgh, Pa. Thi old sad rrllahle inwilntl.m ha prepared thoi-tudi of ymins men nrl wo UveUulnaof ife. To lhue iu wautofusef.il. ric Icai cluUju, eiruu.an.wiil ( -n JEGLSTER'S NOTICE. Sotlo 1 hereby iriven to all pcrmiis concern- I ed as legatves. creditors or other ie, that the j following aocounu have paMeil refrister. and that the same win De prwemea lor rounnDation :id allowance at an Orphans' Court to be held at Somerset on Wednexiay. Sep. :;4. 4) ; Finn and Hnnl account of Oliver Knepper, Ad miuUtratorof Mary Zimmerman. dee'd. First atcnuntof John M. Landia, Admr. of An anias Laudu. deed. Firnt and final account of Peter Knavel, Admr, of lacoo Knavel, dee'd. First and tioal account of A. J. Cober and J. il. Knpper. Executor of Sally Coleman, dec M. First and rinal account of I rian 1 rem and Sam uel Trent, Execatorsof Harrttoo Trent, d '.L First and float account ofCyru H. fchaver, Ad mintMrator of Herbert Mcodemu. dee'd. Firxt and final account of i. i. Zimmerman, Ad ministrator of Elizabeth Smith, dec d. Flnt aud Dual a -count of 1. C. Bowman, Ad miniMretor of Jacob Z. Bowman, dec t. First aud final account of V. A. and B. C. fun Dingbain, AdininUtratun cf Weniey Cunning ham, deed. First aitiMint of A. B. Lenhart and Conrad Mil ler. Adminimrator of Jacob It. ahaulix, dee d. First and Final Account of F. J. (iramuer. Ad ministrator of John OraMiier, deceawd. First and final Account of Sadie E. liauirn. Ad ministrator of Henry u. Uamm, deceased. First and Final Account of t'nauorey H. Ber key Administrator u! Godfrey tHahl, deceased. First and Final Account of J. Harry Frit, At-miiih-lrator of Jacob M. Waiter, deceased. First and Final Accounf of Scot liilwrt. Admin istrator of the estate of lav!d Hiberl, do-eased who was Trustee fur the sale of the real eauue of Botert l.iirtuh, deceased. First and Final Account of Howard H. and N. George Keim, Administrator of bilaa C. Keim, deceased. Second and Final Account of Silas A. Wagner. Admiuk-tratore. U a. of Joseph Liiveiy. deceased. Second and Final Account of A. F. Dicey. Ex ecutor of J.oepli G. Coleman, deceased. Firt and tinal account of Kraut P. Suter. Ad ministrator of John Lottig. dee'd. First aud rinal account of John P. Iihoads, Ad ministrator of Jefferson RhoailK, dee d. Tbe account of Charles K. Houut, Executor of Andrew lionpt. dee d. First and una) account of Kore Kauffman, Ad minitsn.tiirof Elizabeth See, dee'd. The acrotial of W. K. E. L-. and H. L. Coan to'inan. sdmrs of Jacob H, Countryman, dee'd. First and linal account of Charles ;. Crusat n, Administrator of Laura E. Crossen. dee'd. Betrtuer's Office. Aug , 1SV0. D. SWA S SC. Kexisier. DMIMSTRATRIX' NOTICE. Estate of Vattie Ha, dee'd, late of JMford' Township. Swraeraet Co.. Ta. Letter of admliu.l ration on tbe above estate bavins been rranied to am uudeniKned by the proper authority, notice 1a. hereby riven to ail persons indebted to said estate to make Immedi ate payment, and those having claim or de mand r nt trie same will prwenl them duly authenticated fut settlement on to.iurday Sept. . ISvu. at her residence In said Township, when aud when she will attend tut said purre iN.ME Cttm HFv.U. auRlJ. Administratrix. . " t oi somerset Uountv. i PRODUCE. 1 Drug Stord Somerset, Pa. I Rapidly Bsconhg aGr; : an :i n . I t a pleasure to display our jxdi - SOMERSET. Pi f OpeB Sept. l.'J, Cloven Oc-t 1 '. PARLOR FURNITURE, I wisMlisWf pjpy TO THE PROrER FlTTlNli OF A IIOI SE AI HAD UtiEWHERE IS THE CITY. EXPOSITION. r doors, will glatlly give any information ntvenry Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. s THE LATEST AM) BEST. EVER Y RAXGE IS WAR IIAXTED. The Larget and Mot Complete Lin oT PfinviiTn nmriTrpn im -nirnrJ iuumau mm Afiu mm IX THE COUNTY. Every Size of Heater, from Small Bedroom Stoves to Largest Furnace. HOD?, POKERS. SHVEU STOVES, VERY CHEAP. P. A. SCHELL. 7f m wo-nen for thftrt- 1'. DL'r'F & ijV. VALUABLE FARM -AXD- MINERAL LAID FOR SAIL HE rXPER.-KJNED will offer at pal.- I ll.e I'lamoud, in Somerset, Pa., ou SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1A At I o'clock, p.m.. Ms farm, situate in r.:' k Ti. Somerset Co., Pa.. adjoining lauds of Jol.ii I' fj k-r, Henry sipe. J,smh Woy. F. i. Il.-.veraw ethers, containing 170 and one-half a. measure, having t uereoa erected a two-story DWELLING HOUSE, bank barn, and other itbulldi!r. ',,'t '' acres clear and balance in good timlsrr. Thrfr" a sugar camp of about ."sn keelers on ti ' The whole i underlaid with several ie,n" '""j Iroaore, Are ciay and limestone. AI""'. lumbago on this tract. Thi i a dcsireM v erty. adjoining theS. C. Railroad. aul one-half mile of Uiifurd Station. TP PfQ - To Pv cent, cf pnrrtM A J,I..UO . monejn ,ut oi on April 1. ljl. and balance in $JU0 asiiu! ! hss J mi uw, to ue secured ou the land . "fptlT. HARifY II, ERAVT A DM1XISTRAT0KS NOTICE. Estate of William llanna. late of Milord W"0' ship. Somerset County. Pa. Ltf ten of administration on lheatTei-u.- Imr been granted to tbe undersigned by tlio P"f authority, notice is hereby given to si! P"" ialebtcd to said estate to make immrd.sie pv" m-nt, and those having claim againrt the 3" will present them dulv authenticated tor ment on or before stiirdar. m-t A. !s"' late residence of dec d in MiHord tow -h:! JOlIS W. H (SNA. Adnin:uw- I T TEOAL NOTICE. A llenry S. Colemar and wife) So. 101 Feb. J" Tn y Court of 'M"' Keubcn f. Wtlker. I Somerset Cu.. Yeluutary Assignment, i Sth of August. Iwi. petition of Ass di-.irge lile.1, and m!e awantcl upon a:. t ons interested to how eause whv th ' L siguee. Reuben 8. W alker, should not M charged. Notice 1 hereby given that unless go""1 '""il shown, the said Reuben S. Walker will b charge.1 as said Assigure on Monday. ah Heptember, isjsi. D. J. HORNEK. sept-17, Prothouniaiy. r I