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WAKn rXTIX. K lit'T and Proprietor. ..April 15. IDStSDAT- Hn I v- H' ht". Treasurer of the 0itMSlt,resi;.M)-.l U.at itn on oml.y lM,nd the rrwidVnt I'M ap jinted Taw H. NeboVer. of Indiana. , fill the vacancy. Mr. NelieVer is an tlluential mm j.oli'.irian and f irmerly banker. Gfneral Seivi-A.an old-time Demo ratic politician, and iemlr of Oon rt from the city of New York, d.ed at Vasbington on Monday last. Oenenil :-,.t. ,! Wn lone in public hfe. He erred aix years in the Legislature of Jew York, four year, aa a State tk-nator, j,d wu in liii third U-rm a a member t Conirr. luring the late war he van a l.ripadieMieneral r volunteers, rving from 1 until Aupunt, 1. Tde rwipnation by Senator Kdmunds ,f Vermont, of hu position in the I mted iUU senate, will be universally riot ed He w a man of very great ability, one experience and high attainments, a bo ervicw to the country have been valuable. He stood in the fore front .,, our BtaUwmen, and it w safe to say leaves no abler man behind him in tbe'senate. I le amiened no other reason than for hia retirement lrom puum. bis desire to shake off its burden. The Republican carried the city of Chicago at the election of last week by a handsome plurality, and the Democrats are engaged in a derate effort to steal it from them. The present city authori ties are Democratic ; they have the offices and the machinery in their bands, ana 1 . ... l. Inrnad ftllt they are tletermmeu not io ur wi as kirn, as they have the power to do the counting. It will take a week or more to determine the matter, and the repub licans are making a hot fight to maintain the victory they have won. While Jerry Simpson and othe r West ern leaders of' the Farmers' Alliance are fcnwlin arainst National Bank "iold- bugs," etc, the Honda brunch of the Alliance has been tryi"K to prevent the reelection of Senator Call through the andidacy of John T. Dunn, who is a National Bank director, a t oney shaver, and a member of tbe awful gold clique. Apparently they have utterly failed, but the lesion is an instructive one, showing as it does, the utter insincerity and lack ( principle in the leaders of the Alli ance. "The Itepublicans contracted the debts and the Iemo.iats must pay tiiem," is the excuse Iteroocratic Congressmen are alredv gettinj ready for use next winter ben the Fifty-second Congress meets. They discover that they put their loot in it when they began to make so much noise about the appropriations of the last Congress. They know that the Democratic party never has and never will lie a party of economy when it has the vote to pas appropriations. And with a Democratic minority of 150 in the next House, there will be no way of scaping the responsibility for the legis lation enacted and tbe money appropri ated. fi,y Kt. Louis ;liihi-lmtocra! thinks you cant fool a farmer long, and gives expression to the following views: -F.very man who votes for an Alliance candidate should be made to understand that be is virtually casting a Democratic ballot. Slandinir alone the Allian -e i powerless but as an ally of thelH-moo racy, w hich it is, it is capable of inflict ing immense barm in the community. When the Kepubliran member of the Alliance learus, a he wiil be made to learn lietween this time and lection day next yar, that not one of the projects to advance the interests of the farmer is helped in the slightest degree by his vote, but that on the contrary he is merely the tool and dupe of the IH?moc racy, he will resume bis old place in the Ivepublican ranks, and the Alliance will cease to be a factor in our politics." The large gains made by the Republi cans in the late State elections in Michi gan and Rhode Island, and the munici pal elections in Ohio, New York, and the New Kngland States, show conclusively Uiat the party is renewing its energy, its enthusiasm and its confidence. The apathy of last year has given way, and the financial vagaries of the West have enccumbed to sober reason and calm in vestigation of their shallowness. The party is steadily wheeling into line for the Presidential battle of next year, and a spirit of growing confidence is apparent everywhere. The McKinley bill is be ginning to bear fruit, and the w age earn ers are awakening to the fact that on the Republican principle of protection alone can they rely for constant work at American prices. A year of activity in business and manufacturing circles, a reduction of price in the necessaries of life, and abundant crops, w hi b are now almost assured, will relegate to the owls and the bats tbe croak ings of the profes sional Democratic politicians, who have been going up and down the land, wring ing their bands and refusing to be com forted, because protection to American industry and reciprocity with neighbor ing nations have been secured by tbe wisdom and tbe statesmsnship of this Republican Administration. Two city elections of the last week have an important bearing on the future of the Republican party and the possi bilities of 18t2. They are the local elec tions in Chicago and Cincinnati. These two cities are the pivotal point) of polit ical contests in Illinois and Ohio. Both States have been considered doubtful by "our friends the enemy" the mixture of Democrats, Mugwumps, free-traders, an arch ists, socialists and kickers, w hich is arrayed against the party of American liberty and progress. In Ohio the Dem ocrats hold the iubernstorial office pos sess a majority of the Legislature and recently elected a United States Senator. In Illinois they elected a Democratic Treasurer in 1S! aad fcsve just elected a Deuiocrat to the United States Senate by a deal with the Farmers Alliance members of tbe Legislature. These situations in Illinois and Ohio, however, were largely due to the cities of Chicago and Cincinnati, where the shifting population rushes backward and forward in politics like an irregular ien dulum, disturbing State results and up setting all calculations. The election of Republican Majors in these two cities will place them in control of Republican authorities next year, thereby insuring Wt iniin in the Presidential vear. and making both Slates absolutely cei taio for tbe Republican National ticket. The local elections is otber parts of Ohio strengthen this conclusion. The Repub lican party is proving everywhere its power to "come out strone in adversity," j like the famous character of Iickens, and from the prewnt out'ook the adver-r-ity ,f la-1 fall will mkmi be revere.-. .V." J', i'r. -. The Cliicajo itccnn recently made an appeal to the country press which ought not to go unheeded. The Jerry Simpson tyi of orator is now abroad in the land, and this is the kind of stuff he is feeding the American fanner on : IKik bow high-tariff prices affoct the farmer. It now takes a load of potatoes to buv a pair of boots : a bic steer buys a plain suit oi clothes for even-day wear ; it takes a pood cow to buy a plain overcoat ; a load of corn buvs cap and mittens ; a load of oats will f:;r'n:ii a correspondinc suit ol un-dervlolhii"-'. So that wuen Ibe farmer re turns borne from the country store he carries on hi? person the value of a bg steer, a pxxl eow, and thirty bushels or more of corn, o! oat and of Kitatoes. The average Turnier of Pennsylvania is not likely to bo fooled by this silly talk, but unless flatly .-ontradicted and fully hhown up, the lying sUtements of free trade speakers and rewspajwrs sink in here and there and mislead the people. It is therefore gratifying, as our Chicago contemporary pointed out a few days ago, to find Fome of tlie country papers taking the absurd statement np and dis posing of it in an effective rnannec As the statements made above are so extravagantly fake, wo felt constrained to make some inquiries, and with tbe as sistance of a farmer, one of the class the item was calculated to catch, we are able to produce a few figure which reflect no credit upon the author of the item above quoted. 1 .iir p-d kip lwsit.. ... 1 sin! m!I '! kersey 1 nil ! oeri-l... 1 lor ear ; (in 11 s no 2 i 1 -Vi ii 1 .-ill air Oiifk mils 1 iiinlrrsiiit. all 1 1 overall irt . 1 pair good wiml kk I'- Total for all first -class pssts..., Balance with this: A pot'i" bui-tu l )!lll Kli-T H1 fi - i-orn "-i I n !!-!., Til prii-v iut, "ill bmlirl. :i-V f in on . 4" 1 :i mi , 1 i . 17 VI .!! SO Tolul. Whilethe prices here given are high on the articles of merchandise mention ed, prices given on the farmer's commod ities are below the market price, and in spite of this fact there is a balance in favor of the farmer of $103.10 w hich he carries borne in hie pocket, besides what he carries horce on his back. It really setms like a waste of space to answer sui h ridiculous statemeuts in th columns of a newspaper intended for bu"y people, and yet nine-tenths of the free trade arguments are made up of just such reckless s'atements as we have ex- posed above. The free trade press liter ally teems with assertions no less untrue and misleading. In a large part they go unchallenged because it seems almost like an insult to the intelligent reader to devote sufficient space to answer such rubbish. It is, nevertheless a necessity to do it. In this work the country press could help w ith great effect. Some free trade falsehood should be exposed every week in a simple, earnest, and truthful manner. One by one these bubbles should be pricked and the real facts laid before the American farmer. Let the country press of this State join the l're and help along the needed work in favor of protection to American labor. X. Y. JW. Co to Fisher' Book Store. Fine Btatienery, blank t oks. Legal blank", B: mi's Justice, Miscellaneous books, tablets fjnnlaiu pens, inks, ien5, pencils, albums, pictures picture frames, g. isiiel hymns, Luih ern. Disciples and Kvsnpelical hymn books, Sunday school cards, tirketv and chromos, bibles, testaments, marriage certificates, mag gaz!nes, I'ovels, nenspujiers, fancy goods, novelties, baby buggies; pliotographes of Joe and Dave Nicely. Nicely Umherger murder bollads, Kxeoution number of IIekald, tissue paier, toy books, elieet music, and in fact anything and everything usually found in a first ciast, Hook. News an J Stationery Store. Ciias. H. Fishes. A Night School. A number of young men met in the Eu-terjK-an Hall, Monday nitfht for the purpose of organizing a night school. The meeting was called to order a' f p. m. Mr. Good, was a; ointed temporary chair man, committees were appointed to secure an instructor and to make other preliminary arrangements. The meeting adjourned to meet the TbureJuy night at !) p. m. Committee. Buy your corn, oats aud ground feed from Mahlon Schrotk. Ready for Spring. A I Geo. AV. Penford's drug store can be found a lare selection of the newest jiatterns in wall pi"'r. Tbey will not be sold at fancy prievs, but at the very lowest figures ossibie New Mackerel and Laki Herring noi st.s k, at Malilon Schrock's. Gospel Hymns and Hymn Books. tixl Hymns, all styles, bindings, and price--, by sinple copy or dozens or hundred, for sale at Fisher's Iiook Store. Ihseiple, Evangelical and Lutheran Hymnals, and Sunday-school and reward cards and tickets at Fisher's Hook Slore. Seed Oats. I have just unloaded a car of Choice White Seed Oats, that I will sell at the lowest mar ket price. M iruis S-hro k. Musical tore. instruments at Snyder's drug Young School Teachers. Your School terra is over and you want to make some mnney, Canvassirs wanted for " Watson's Atlas of the world," census edition of lS'n) and maps etc., up to date. Canvassers wanted also for otber attractive books. Apply at Fisher's uook Slore. Life Among the Lepers. Sister Hose Gertrude has written another article for Tht Mint' Hum Jonrnul for June on "What it U to lie a Iper," in which she gives a clear glimpse of leper life in Molaka ; how tbe disease is contracted ; bow it is treated and cured, and bow the lejiera live in their eiile. You can have mailed to you by sending to Fisher's Bonk Store Somerset. The Heb ai.p's Nicely execution and confession edi tion 6 cents. Nicely-l'n.berger ballads 10 cts. First-c'ass photographs of Joe and Have Xicely, lOitnts each. Send stamps. A Silent Croup of Masked Men Dis patch an Ohio Murderer. Kenton, O.. April 11). William Bales, who murdered Policeman Harper Tuesday ni(tbt of last week, was taken from the jail by a mob composed of persons at ' o'clock this morning and hanged. The mob rained an en'rar.ce to the jail by break ing down the door, which awakened Sheriff Neviile. A dozen men met him at the foot of the stairs and thrust four revolvers In his face, demanding the jail keys. The Sheriff refused to get the keys not having them with him. They found the keys in an ad joining room and opened the jail doors, got Bales out and pave him only time to put on his pants and a pair of slippers. They took hirn out and hung him to a maple tree on Wayne street, about 50 yards from the jail. Tbe mob was well organised, and all wore black masks except one, which was white, aparentiy the leader. So noise was made. All si.ke in T-.his;ra. Tbe mob dispersed as quickly and silently as it gathered. No body saw the hanpog except tbe lynchers. Some guarded the Sheriff while others stood on the street corners and stopped pedestrians from approaching. TEN YEARS A VICTIM OK CA TARRH. HOW A CURE wHS rOUND AFTER ELSE HAD FAILED. EVERYTHING .A S'Jrei Cure J'uv Ln Cri lpe.- If cases like the following can lc cured, certainly there is hope for all. This patient bad been growing woise in sjite of ail treat ment for ten years, aud had reached that terrible condition known as the third stage of catarrh (atrophic catarrh.) Tie often ve breath, and dry scbs forming in the nose and crurkingin the ears, des'-ri!' a condition which is considered bv most physician as boDelesa. The case i sivfn in the words of the patient : Kyle, Trx., March 1, lol " For ten years I have been a u!l'-rer of that ureadful disease, chronic catarrh. The doctors all pronounced my case to be catarrh in its worst form. 1 took many kinds of treatment, to no avail. I have tried every citarrb cure, but nothing seemed to benefit m in tbe least. I lost all confidence in medicine. At last I heard of re ru ns. I onimenced to use it, and soon found relief. I continued until I was completely cured. I am now entirely rid of all catarrhal symp toms, i would give ten aonarsa nuuie ior p.m-ns rather than be without it. It has restored me to perfect health. Mx. M. J. Tamklis, It would be difficult to detenbe a worse case V) cure than the above. The length of time it had run, the fact that it Lad eonlin ua'ly grown worse, and the further fact that it bed already developed the symptoms of the dry, or atrophic 8lare of catarrh, com bine to make this a very remarkable cure, quite impossible to be made wiih theordina ry treatment. This cure was effected by internal treat ment alone, and no spray, gargle or inhalent was used. The case began to improve as x,n as the medicine was beirun. and in a few weeks every symptom had disappeared, ht ibe medicine was continued awhile Innwr for fear thev would return. Not month passes but that hundreds of similar cures are made by the internal use of l'e-ru-na, unassisted by other treat incut. Toe only reason that there are any failures is either because the catarrh is complicated by some organic disease or the patient does not take the medicine long enough. The n.ajority of people expect to he cured in a week or two of catarrh that has run ten or fifteen years. Such people are nearly al ways disappointed. Pe-ru-r.a will cure a recent case of of acute caiarrh in a few days or weeks, but when the d'sease becomes chronic it takes longer. During the epidemics of La tirippe Pe ru na has been ia great demand, as it is the onlv snecilic known for this diresse. Not a single failure has yet been know n in the cure of La Grippe where the Pe-ru-na was used from the beginning of the attack. In lin gering cases of La Grippe, where other reme dies have failed to cure. J fl ru n rarely faiis to completely restore in a short t ine. Colds, winter coughs, bronchitis, sore throat, and pleurisy ar at: cntarrijai anec tions, and consequently are q-.ickly curable by re ru na. hach bottle of Pe ru na is ac companied by Liu ain-c..o:i . r ue. a.iu is kept by most drucists. G-l your drngst to order it for yu if he d. c-s not a' ready keep it. A pamphlet on the ca.i-e and cure ol ail catarrhal diseases and c m-uniptioii rent free to any address by The Ptrutia Medicine Company, Columbus, Ol.io. The approach of Spring brings a host of derangements and diseases which require the most careful attention of every person who values health. A valuable pamphlet on Spring diseases, giving a complete de scription of their nature ami cure, sent free by The Tenuis Medicine Company o any address. War In Iowa's Farmers's Alliance, Pes Moines, I a., April to. -War between the Farmers' Alliances i foresliaJowel in Iowa. The Iowa llntm-stpul, the leading agricultural paper in Iowa, tin turned its batteries loose uiton the Southern Farmers' Alliance, devotir g over a pni-re of its current number to a discussion of the aims and methods of that body. The I! f..,rfr: t main tains that the Southern Alliance is monopo listic in its meth'ids; that it is dominated by a few men : that in the Macuno trial it tacitly indonei the sell out of the lit-orgia Alliance, and its otiicial or'a!i to the Little Wizard's attorney. Patrick Calhoun, and that iti chief aim is to form a i;reat cotton trust. The Mare Chased the Train. Cis'-insati, A rllO, A vahiahle niare and rok escajwd yesterday from the barnyard of Abiah Hayes, the noted stock r ai.'er, just as a freight train enrae thundering down tow ard an adjacent crossine. The colt got in the way of the train and w as caught on the cow-catcher, in despite of the mare s anx ious neiphing. The long train could not be stopped until it had run the better pirt of a mile. Then the colt rolled otT unhurt. The mare had w ildly leaped culverts and crossing fences, and was almost up w ith the en;rine when her unharmed colt fell safely down the side of the track. Be Sure If you have made up your mind to buy Ilood's Bargapari;'.:i do not be Induced to t:iks any other. A Boston lady, whose example Is worthy Imitation, tel's her cx;erier.re Iwlow: " In one store w hero I went to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla the clerk tried to induce me buy thcirown instead of Hood's; hetoldmetheir's would last longer; thai I luiuht fciis It on ten To Get nays' trial; that If I did not like It I need net pay anything, eic lint he eouUl pot prevail on me to change. I told him I had taken Hold's Sarsaparilla, knew what It was, was MlMied with it. and did not want any other. When I hesan taking Hood's Karap.irilU I was feeling real miM ral le with dysjiepsia, and so weak that at tii.ies I cvuid hardly Hood's stand. I looked like a person la consrimn. tion. Ilood's Parsapariii.-i did me so nmcli ftood that I woieler at myself sometimes, and my friends frequent ly ste:ik of it.' W rs. Ella A. Gorr. tl Terrace Street, Boston, Sarsaparilla Sold by all dnunrlu. SI : tlx for t- rTepared only by C. 1. Hm ID A CO.. Apothecanui, Lowell, Mai. 100 Doses One Dollar "tn"""ar" -it;r"e8 ."03 KOSNIlliM HHOf 3Hi . m m m nofiwvn:M rs 4 H 11 sJ V.rjiBf Jiq'tlU.-OJ WuniWlTUtOI!) Jmrtssj ti rw.- tmnrj jtrrM sil-'p ::::::::::WALL PAPER ! :::r : The largest'' retail " btoxk of ciieap and me dium price Wall I'aier between X. Y. and Chicago ; also a larire line of line Parlor Paricr tiood patterns from I?., li in. borders from !c. yer yard up. . WRITE for new line of samples for "HI, as advertised in the Hkrai.d. Send 10 cents to cover losiat-e which we wiil refund w hen we receive your order. Our line of sam ples are concedid to be the best ever sent out by any hoiise. J. Kerwin Miller & Co. .'.43 Sinitdncld St. I'ltlshnrg, l'. OTICK TO STt )C K H 0L 1 ) E . BALISBt'RV RAIl.rOAD n.MI'ANY.) rrrrKrsi.H, April IS, .-,. ,' Notice it benOjy (riven that the annual roeet Inzottlie nocklioMers of tlie s!ilHjrr liallroarl Cstmpanv will w-h-:.l at fie meeofthe Itniti m'Tf A Ohio Raiirri 4,mianT. in tlie cily of Itttfisnxh. K.. on Monday, ..Itiv 4. is.i, at 2 o'eha-k ji. m.. fortlie iurjK.M ef cieciinir a Pr-si-dent and lioarr of Iiinv-Cirs tAiwrve iortheea au i nir year, an for the tmn'-ln.ii ui mi, li ntlier busiiiesa a maybe brought tM-fore tlie m-tim-J. E WA-illSUTl.N apriv: Perretarjr. T -OF- DEALERS IN MERCHANDISE Somerset County, Pa. TAKE NOTIE. That In pursuance of the seeral Acts af Aie!n)ly of Hie Oommnn- ve&'uli to irviMe revenue to nie?t the demaurt ujm ii the Trv.iiiy, tad for oilier purpose, the nn '.let. tiled. Apprs r of Menantile Tae lor Mt'l K.untv hn- p-'f""! alitor the trades of iiiiiiiy un' km plucert enen In thai class taich u lii'in apj-car rictal and proper. ADDtsny. Nai.ie. Trade. aa. . IS .. It 1! . H ....175 m :.. 7 !"eaii H. I tailer hn1icy, son...- t hVt. m"..'.'.'.'.". " 1 .''too Jesse. - .Vliu ti. 11 Charles A- Tavern Mcklixv Kit " . Ko- K-wert K KeUilcr BlttLIX IIOROVGIf, Bail Brothers .EeUilers Cook E. 1 " Collins F. B... - " Klof.iA.C " KnwiiuaerA: Kuru " M.uiir. t". If " NoWHraulG " .. l'lolsolt J. C " l'hilson J. A. ft W. It. " PhilMin S. Co ..Bnnkeri...... tjeiliert W A Kelailer BLACK. Husband Mrs. F Retailer.. .. BROTBERSYALLEY, 12 VI VI 11 14 11 13 IS $30 to it 1". Kueehlcy Ira Kmah V. Wslterr K- A Wallers i A. fc Co. .Retailer Distiller 14 14 . Twp. Tp. i.vse.va ran. Ilcrshherrer Jacob Ketailcr....-..... Hitltinau itmnel . Walcbrr Joseph Tavern lWSri.lF.SCE BOROUGH. Black A. i; ReUller.... ,..i Co ,nirt A. B " Kurtz .t Co Mountain V 1'n. . " Koss M. A. A Bro - 14 14 .$T5 00 ia 14 14 14 14 13 SIM) 13 smiUUi Tlionuis. Tis-ue 11. H ....Tavern , BeUUer... CASSELMAX BOROUGH. Krcgar Jacob & Son Retailers F.LKI.HK. 14 Koont'. T. M MuhlellU'ri; Louis. Reilz II. A Hhaw H. t Thouiiis Annie- Tavern Retailer.. $7". on 14 14 14 14 FAIRUOPB TO WS.tUIP. Bovt1 Josiah..., ., Retailer... H.."l.ll:r.ell J. J. d. SOU.. tirdnerti. W. JEFFESIfOX. Brtrc'.ay J. W Retailer JEXXERTOWX B0R0CUH. ;ri fiith J. J Retailer. . JF.SSER. Covr J. M Retailer....- - in: lucr 1.. T ' Morvan V. S. i Est.) " fl'Counor John A ' RiMiicr Jolin ' ......... . O II R TI R KE YFOO T. c.lis.ni A. J Retailer .itiiu John " Sehatr.lcr .low pb . " iisci'i.s Ton ssnri'. pijve Bn thers. ...Retailen W rimer a. J - - LARIMER. 13 13 B-al A. O I'-arK. W.... Baiihman Jeawe. . Inirr Fn'd i.lntfeltylieorje l'tbiilt r'J. A...1 ...-Retailer Msiiller. Iiintiller. Retailer 13 Twp. . Twp. It . 14 . 14 M1LF0RD. WalU rC. A - Retailer X1VPI.F.CREEK, IS P.nich A. II Retailer Moure C. B... MEYERSDALE B0R01GH. Apple V."m ( isk A Ileal ... Retailer 11 1 CO Citizens Bank Cover V J ..Bankers... Retailer ... 14 14 Ii.a H l ively H. J IJiMior IirueCo . - Ktjliecka il. J Uesin A.c . Farmers' Bunk...- Farmer's liarrtw. C.... Hartley H. ( ,V:C liockiue Ilroi hers....-, lla.lv Michnvi liny W. 11. i fsin.... Jn-t C. A ... Kyle K keo'l.'l Albert- Mliier V ('uiiins Morel I- i;i e Krtil Cv Keich Ri inhat ... hiiccr Niithauicl t-!ii-er John - - I'Utline A H.tph-v J. T McCiir.lv W. Y- iifo..... 'I'rusid ('. W - MnO a. W V.'oik li. A o Yoi.iti; J. W. 14 14 i:t 14 .S;!0 00 ... IS 11 11 Bankers .-Retailers... 14 14 Tavern .. ..Retailer.. SI'S! 14 14 11 14 14 n Tavern . st- ... ! ..Retailer... s 14 11 . 14 l.i SEW BALTO. BOROUGH. Topper John " Ti.ppcr Joiin- Distiller .VB' CESTREYILLE BOROUGH. Lull Co Retailers Vougut I ' ... SORTHAitPTOS. 13 Bor, F.'..ar.t J. a l fv.hr I. .. Miller J. H. Mcjuadc Andrew.. ... .Retailer .. Tavern ...... OGLE. Retailer Renin Garrett.... 14 PA 1ST. Hordcr Daniel..... Retailor....... 'ii-ier A. 1 " HoNipple I'auiel ' H. am i ,am t " (ilEHAHOSISG, r.lonch P. J Retailer.., Cl.rk A R Co. . " I. i'.-e Nm teicl A Weaver .. " .... Sj'coht JoHah.........-. M .... :H K WOOD BOROUGH. linker i fa. Retailers... oownll I'nillippi..... . " M.llir J. D " M- b-ilis.il Br.is " hiuith A Smith " Pnvder li " WoIfersKraer D. JJ " Burkmiin Marv Tavern Beck G. v" .Billiard! SA L ISI CR r B0R0 UGH. ParehusJ. 1 -...Ratailer . Hilciii Reese " Havf. si UenellMflll C. H l.ichiHer Mrs.Saruh . " ... Vi.iikcrK-K. ' 13 14 . Vi M II 14 14 tiso ) 13 11 11 14 v: alley Hun k Bankers SHADE. .....Retailer. lulrw. E Keiu Joint U... SOUTHA3IPT0S. llenkle Valentine Distiller S7).VrCJJ.XA'. B. iltrer C. I. Retailer...-.. UniMC.A " .., Brant rc 1 - " C. .ler!:an i ieorge- ...... " ..... I velyW. C " Kloto.V. Hr aTteler KichfinWin W.J " S,rUT Jiauiei IjiuiIisC. F 14 .. Wagner D . " Topi-r John .Distiller SOMERSET BOROIGH. Benford C V ...Retailer Brallierlirt . ' ... I Vwik A: lt-erits M IV.ttnKhC. )!... . " Kncpi-er A. W.-.. ... w (othofiF-B Corltnih Mrs. Kate R ' . Twp. . IS 14 14 14 U 14 14 14 14 . Twp. Fink Peter FriH" 4Kiwt. " ... Ferner A. H. Bro " Fi-her has. II " !!(,i t. rlw im J. B ' HefllcT H ., " It. Tr BrotlM-ri .. Kiienis-r .t Ferner. Kaiitu rA. Phut ' " iyoilierJ. M . MillerJ. II Morris Brothers " V i! x f'el-r. . . l'sirker A Parker 4 . . fiv 1 A. E " Slii . ier Frai k " ... S tn il p. A " sloiiorOas.1' " S'bmrk Mm. M. K. Snv-ler Jolm N .. S liroi k Mahlon ' I'el-t t: Kautuer Tredw.ll a (i Chi Mrv A. E Yoopht C. B . Zimtnemiaii H. H ...... , , ilohlerbaum I. M " .s'OjfrjHsr. B'on--h V. W Retailer Row rcan w m- ... - i le J. M ' Si'hunM-ker t li " .... Yeoman Jon-ph, SUMMIT. Hol,!ii.l j. j 4 g,,,, Reudleni JuiivJ. H " MrKinrev A. J. A Co. " . Miiler I . M STOYESTOWX BOROUGH. ' Bowman Xoah 1iier Samuel.. sx-idhir v. B. ..Retailer.. -Taiern 13 11:0 14 14 14 -Retaiiet- IlileJ. H Tavern rhomiwon Jacob it eon . Shockej C. li - I RSIXA BOROUGH. Albright Jame . Retailer, I iKVih A- Xwier. ., Furrier lA-roy Jei-ktnsM A fcellers P. H VPPFM TTRKKTFOnT. Holler F.. r ....... .K-tailer. 11 H II l:i 14 Twp lienry K .... orrhardJ II " - K renar Jacob & siti - wciim-r r. i; " JieUlcr S. K iJistltler WELLERSnVR'i ROHOI VJl. Kcnoell J. 3 -.-Retailer - Classification of Vendera of 14 Mer- chandlse. Sales of I J.100 OlassH Tnxl (V) .tmiL. li 10 IM Ki.ow l-Vicst Jli.W ).... ;m,i) .. 4i,UUU 1-' II in. 9 S li Ml 2 IM J on Classification of Tawrns. Borr.-iirhi l"- " 3 lowi.hliB . - "o- ' 4 Classification of Distilleries. 1tie of First, Second and TliiMCla .V CXiae 1 other cities . ;! " - Townships. - J 01) " 4 llilliard, Pool Table, Nine or Ten-Pin Li censes : $.10 for first Tnhle or Alley. $10 for each addition-il 'Jahle, Ac. TAKE NOTICE. AH pe""' eoueemed in this Appraiserneiit. that a A.-nl will be lielditt the TreawsnTp'oilice in S.-inerset, on the ikl diiy of April, lrtd.hetweci the iionrs of a. m. audi p.m.. lieu and when you au attend if you tldiik proper. i. W. wr.T.IAMStlN. niar.'.',. Slcn auilB Appraiser. HERIFF'S SALE. Kv Tlrtiie of a certain writ of Vend Ex issued out of the Coun of Conmon 1'leas homersei Omrity. Pa., to me drecteil. 1 will expose to public sale at the Ciurt House, iu Somerset, l a., at 1 o'clock, p. a., on SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1S91, All the riRtat, title interi'St and claim of I. B. WaylaiKl, of iu aud to the folliw ine ilescrilx d real estate, viz : A certain tract ol land situate in Jvuner township. Somerset Comitr. Ha . Ijonmur lan-ls ol Jonaa Mowry. Slow M-xnUutl l. etl and John Cover, coiitalning lli''acres on hu h are erected a I'.j stiry lu hoie, laipe tramu barn, ana otier outnuiiuitiKS, win tuu appurtc nances. -NOTICE. - All persons purcha-iinR at the alsive sale will pieaM? take notice ,'tai 10 per Mit. ot tnepur cliisse money must tie lid wh-ri the proiierty is kntHkeit uown, oiuerwist it win airaiu t x posed to sale at the riskof the rlrst imr- 4'haser. Ttie roi.iue of the purciae money mu!-t he paid on or lefore oay of .ontirinittion, on Thursday of May Tenn, ls. No lUvd wiil be acknowleitged uulil the purchase money is naid in full. Sheriff sOmra iSklAH good. Sooierwc Pa. Mar. 25,91. Sheriff. TO FARMERS, STOCKMEN, And others, of CI F. CV)UXTRYMAS. Veterinary Surgeon and Auctioneer, Keeistereu oi eieni I years' Veterinary PractK- and of the Ontario Veterinary I tolleffe, Canada, niters his services in the practice of Veterinary ledieinc and Sureerr. Treats diwaiws of Horses, tjiltle, heep anu . : i o ..; u I ..... ..n ..f K-eu.-tiin-a wltinff SH llle, ana penonns rsun.'i"a"MraiHins. i a-irainiK nii-i v iug, tvcu-- v. . . broken lxne. n-dueincof lienia.-i .Ruptures, i N EU ROTOMV '-'Pratlon of Nerved In chronic foot lameness. TENDENOTOMY 'or straithtenintr crooked or wry taila. Olirtruetions in cows, teat removiil and Teat oa-ued upnd bniiistlit to its proper use. ' SCI RRHOUSr enliue.1 conls-, tumors, blemishes, (rrowths, warts and winflgalls Pn" in young animals permanently nuoved. Siitl joint injury and lameness, and lameness from ringbone. spavin, nurti ami splint, eurc in a tew weeks, and ropnv ol me .musm-ics-, irswe-Jiev i sk-re anu w eaa ee curea, oisieiopei, im-a s.. s.-..., heaves, colic in horses, hovel ililoat In catlle) S:., treated with success. Anthrax, (black leg or blood v murriaii' prevention ad remedy. DENTISTRY Siiecieat'ention eiven to reoairinc of horses teeth, wolrteeth. AchinK.sp it and diseased teeth extracted, sliarpand uneven edites ot molars smoothed up, invisor teeth taken off Ac. The above coudiiienuf the teeth oiien cause w-piiiR or cloudy eyes, quidding or droppiug of itaid. holding head co.k driving on cue line, imperfect ninstieation. indigestion, enbhing, hide boiind,l.of flesh. &c, al of which are removed by my method of operating on the teeth. Heme teeth dressed for npHiirauee nd age. , , .. ,. OSSTETRICS-1 " spi ciul Instructions w hile at Toronto, Canada, in this line of my pro fesii.iu and am supplied witlRll of the most improved instruments for the management of difficult rases. I have hsn considerate praetiee in this line and have la-en successful. CASTRATION. I w took a special course o! instruction at Toronto in ridgling and inijui ralservia casiratl ,n anil in spvinv. and have traveli-d it!i and taken instructions from and assist ed some of the mosl sucessfu opi rators in this line in the l uited states. I have adopted their most humane and successful metlat au-l am supplied with Hie mosl approved and safest h- hbles. 1 am read up ia anatoiv and am supplied v ilh instruments for anything 1 meet with in opera ting, hence 1 am prrtmred toio better and safer work than those not havin; had these advantages!. I guarantee sail-faction in n sl everv oerati-n. or make no charge- I eoniiilt in my practice some ol Ihe mo-t eminent vetereniys in the I is., Caauda. aim bnglamt. I can in many eases irivttdviee and preserihe without seeing ihe patient, or by letter, by stating geueral symptoms ami givnrst-x, at;e, eoior, anuor now long sianuiug, uuu wim. irvuiuieui, 11 an, has heeu Vesoned to. Arc. dirges forthis. SI. invariably tn o'fY.oi-v. I will go some dLstance 3-a club of eight, Kidgliiii; or Herialaed eo'.ta or any other work that will justify'. Write me t-irei-ulars-, rau-s, Ac. T Ti"'TTOIT-TP TXT I all kinds of aiieiioneerin?. Haw hail six years' ex- Aul'i J- J JJ-A.1aN vj perieney, ami have listened tosomeof the best auctioneers in the f. S. and Canada, anlaught on toiheir Ik-si ways and inelhoils of holding a crowd and solic iting bids. Plenty of tuik, fe and energy. Cnuntry and live slock sales a eclalty. Sobriety, punctualitv anfl satisfaction tuaranteeii. Charges beyond competition, tilve mo a call in this di rection. I will save and ma:- you money. I can be found at home ind ready to go. at at! times during the next three months excepting on Tuesdays and Saturdays t each week, at hioh limes 1 w ill be at Rendford's or Snyder'a imut Htnre Sitllerset. In acutediseases and disuses of colts, and of the respiratory organs, and in paralysis, diflicnU parturition, fractures, injuriB. c, come at onco. A suppiv of best medicines always on hand. Charges reasonable, ami in tie ol Ueatn I w ill oe TESTIMONIALS About f tweeu the set the leg. bandaged it. vtc. ad pave directions visits. The leg got an well aucstraight as ever. JOHN HAY, Jeitereon Twp. This is to certify that kaw G. F. Countryman perform tbe operation of Neurotomy. (separation of tbe nerves) i Chronic Navicular Disease. The horse was very lame in the foot before the operation. Viler the operation the lameness had ad disappeared. Horse moved o!T seemingly ail rigt. I think Mr. Cnmitrvman understands his busines. CHAS.'VVHIPFKKMAN, Jenner Township. About the 1st of Febmry last I had a yearling colt that pot its front leg broke about 6 inches above tbe knee. I ailed on Mr. Countryman. He set the les, put on starch band age and light splints, put e colt in slitifrs for a few weeks, made several visits, Ac. To day the colt is running abut all riRlit. The leg is healed solid, straight and of tbe same lenirtb as the other oiie,.tyd no lump on lep whatever. I'eopleshould not destroy animals suffering from broken kj. but send for Mr. Countryman at once. MOSES U A UCLA Y, Somerset Township. Mr. Countryman d Iiidaling castration for me. The operation was skillfully and quickly done, and the nimal lived and did well. He also did othet veterinary work for me. He is read up in se anatomy and practice of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery. Mr. Countryman is a usefuman in ibe community, and should be liberally patronized. H. H. FLICK. Gettysburg;, Fa. G. F. Counryman, V. Jas. 3. Holderbaum, HA JC.ST RECEIVED Eench & ALL STEEL SPRINi-TOOTH HARROW which is a wonder! improvement in SPRING-TOO'H HARROW. Teeth ickly adjusted by only Ever Invented. Ti tooth is held eil sti as to wear fronn to IS inches ns much w ear or serve as an 1-e obtained Call ami examine thULtrrow, 6 r. JAMES B. HOLDERBAUM Have Your Eyes Tested "A SHOVING- SPJECIXCLES Properly fltteito the Eyes. PL. CASEBEER, OF THE FIRM OF NEFF & CASEBEER lias linen to leveland, Ohio, and taken a a full ceurse of instruction under Julius lag, if. D., on how to fit Spectacles properly, and haa purchased a fulline of all styles of SPEGlvGLES AND EYE-GLASSES. Also, a complt set of Test Lenses, to test the Eyes. . Jr. - Give ns a call. Ve guarantee satisfaction. No charge for testing eyes. NEFF & CASEBEER, JEWEL11S AND OPTICIAXS. Somrscrt. r-ITOPS NOTICE. 111 the Miitc oi christian Reeder. dee'd. At an i irpliuii' 1 oiitt liel.1 al Homerset on the Till day of So, I r. 1 I . ihe niidersiarni-d wai duly apiKiiuteil Auditor lo make ariKtrilaitlon of the liiii'l-in the haiols of W in. m-noer. Admliiia tralor of ai-l (teccdent to and amoiiK those legal ly entitled thereto, heniliy gives noliise thai bo will ntien.1 tn ihoaU've apiioiulment on Friday, the Nli i lav of MT. I""1' si ' ollie la Bomeraet BomiiKl,, I 'a., wheu and w bene those Interested eau aiu il'i. FEED. W. BIEWECKKR, at.rlS. Auditor. A imiTOK'S NOTICE- In re estate of frlaa Boekes. dee'd. Ilavinir bi?eii d' ly apioinied Auditor bv the Orphan' Court of Somerset County, Pa , to make a cliMribiitioii of tbe funda in tliehamtaof the Ad minis4mier ofiMtul eatate to and amont; tboae le lialiy milled Uien to, notice is hereby given that I will at mvotll(e In said borough fur the pur pone of atten.linir to the duties of said appoint ment on Weilne.-day, May. lw.il, whenand where parttvs imerested eau attend. GEO. R. WI LL. aprlS. Auditor. A1 IlTOIi'S NOTICE In tlie miitier of the estate of Sam'I Welmer deeeaieil. And now, March". ls.U, J. O. KImmal appoint- eu Aii'iuor Dv tlieorjihr.us Court Uiaseenam afl vaneeinenf nnd make and reiairt a distribution aiiiouir the heirs, puhlie notice la given that the Auuiior in attend at Ins omce iu wimersn-j oor- ouith on NHiurday, the lsthilay of April. I-!, to perloru the duly, of hieii all persons utterute I w ill lake nonce. J. O. KIMMEI., mariV Auditor. A UDITOK'S NOTICE. The nndemiimed Auditor dnlv nnnointed to ai-ertam a-ivaneenieuw aim luaae (iitntunon of tlie funds iu the harolaof John Wimrert. Ad min btrator of tlieeftalc of Jeremiah W liurert, H.-- ti to ihiM leirHile entitt.1 iherM, hereOV Vives notice that he w ill attend to the duties of his appointment at hia otiiee iu the boroitKh of Somerset, on Friday, the lsi day of May, li. lna. m., uhenand where pertains Intereirted can atieml. II. L. BAKU, aprl. Auditor. Yi'DITOK'S NOTICE. In rr estate of 0. H. Benford. deceased. At an ( iirhunV Court he!l at gnmenet on the 21th dav of March, ls-.il. the undersigned who was Hpiaiinied Au-liuir to iju-'oui ih exceptions aud lmike a distrllniiion of the funds to and among those leeallv entitled thereto, hereby trivea no tice that he will attend lo tlio duties of said ap pointment on Thuixlay, Apr. 23, 'i'l, at his olliee In ftiiner-t,atlp.ni., when and where those iniented eau aileud. J. A. BEKKEY, apr. Asdltor. Somerset County ! li noi or long siauoiug euuieij y r- uoi-ral. Address years ago T had a heifer that broke her hind le be knee and patern. I called on Mr. Countrvman. He now to treat it during hot weather. Made several S., LAVAXSVI1.I.E. PA. P. O. Box, 240. (11AILY ilAIlJi.) A CAR LOAD OF THE Drumgold FRAME km loosening i,ile nut. The la-st HOLDER HORSEMEN in position by a Rjtcl.et, w ith which it can be adjust on the point l ilie t.sdh, w hich is four or five times from priu-KHini narrow in existence. SHOWING SPECT-AGLES properly fitted to the eyes. j s:-V W 4 PMTXIPTr.ATOR'S SUF ! 1. OF Valuable Real Estate! BY virtue of an Order of sale imd 'it of the Orphan' Court of Somerset rmiiiiv, anl Ui os dirteteil. we will otter at pnbUc sale ou the premisen in Lincoln Township, on SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1S91, at 1 o'clock p. m., tae following rtesvribed real es tate, to wit : A certain trad, of land eltuste in l.iui-oln Tonbip. HoiwrsH t Co., Pn , a-lioinin lands of fimvid Coleman, Edward riha tier. Vim. Shuli, Lincoln Stern. J, J. Iinrr, and Jacob Smith, coutaiiiinjc lirj aeren more or lew. of Men there are M ai'ret cleared and balance timbereu, having a mory and a half log DWELLING HOUSE and bank lrn. and otber outbuildings thereon reeu-L Therw is also a fruit orchard on the l-rrmise. The larm is eiixe ' hureli and to schools and Is a verr desiml-le borne. TMIMS. One-third In hand on confirmation of sale and dehr.rr of ,loed one-Ui!i-l in six months anil ShSd In onTyeaT -uh in"st. To be -Id .hu-TJ ',h Sower of Ist'S !H. tbe Interest to be nakl TanmiHlly dw" rsk lolemsn during he, life Ume wo at her de-lh the principal siira to be pdtohebeirwof Wm. Cole.nan. dee'd. lper Sent of STe band money to be paid when tbe property isdnosllow, .... M AKY m. shakkkr, aprl'v, Admm. of Henry A. Shaffer, dee'd. o RPHASS' COURT SALE OF Valuable Real Estate I K K. .i.- i ,r..hn,-' fi.iirc of Somerset (. Pa., and Uime dlreeusl 1 will expow lo public rale at the resilience Ol .IACOO . LlVeilKUOU, siivva.'scu. in KlkUck Twp., Pa., on SATURDAY, MAY 16, '91 at 2 o'clock p. m., all the real estate cf decedent ..i,, inn or oleeeof land nitnate in Elk lick Township, Pa., adjoiniu lands of Elijah Livenirood, Cvnis Ro-lainer, Marnsll Holiday viiert ami others. eontainiiiK 174 acres, more or less having thereon etei ted a two-story frame DWELLING HOUSE iih a hank barn. Ac. This most excellent farm hsa on it one of the best Sugar Camps in the Township. It is well watered, and has timlier siiiticient for the line of the fsrm. Has a fine vein of limestone running tlironnh It. The build- iDgs are in piod conditio Any one wishing good home can purchase il here. TERMS. One-third, alter navment of debts, to remain lien upon the preniiei, in lieu of dower, the in tereut to 1m iiMwl AiimiAiW lo Eli2n!eth 1, veu i-n-.l willow of sxiii Jacob S. I.lvenmo"l. and at her death the principal sum to the heirs of said decedent. One-third in hand and one-thtra 1 one year from confirmation of sale, with interest from the time of enid ci.ntirmatlon. Tea per cent, of bid to be paid cash on uay oi snie. J. C. LUWRY. aprlC. Trnee RIT OF PARTITION ToChas. Elri Co.. Pa. : of Cunemaush Tr P.. , famhria w. W. Elrick, South Oil City, en- aiiiro I'o.. P. You are heretiv notified that in pursuance of Writ of Partition issued out of the Orphans' Court of Somerset Co., and to me directed, i will hold an impiest on the premises, on the real estate of Isaac Klriek. dMMsaseil. s-itnate in Shade Twp.. Somerset Co., Pa , on Friday, the l.ith day of May. lvil. when and where you can attend if if you think proper. Sheriff's Olliee. ISAIAH COOT), April li), lxil. J SherirT. fRIT OF PARTITION. To Cass-imer Cramer. Indian Head, Favette County, Piu : Samuel H. I'ranier.vt seottdale Favette County. Pa. : Vim. Cramer. In.lta Head, Favette conn ty Pa, : David C. Cramer, lmliaii Head. Faette County, pa. : Riy Cramer, intennarrie-1 with Joneph C Meyen, of Seottdale, Wntinnreland Co.. Pa. : Maiorie Cramer, intennarne"! with Herman Wiss-ing-er. StahNtown. Westmoreland County. Pa. Rachel Cramer, intermarried with John Ad ams, l.arden sitreel, Pittsbunjh, Pa. : Eliza Cramer. Indian Head. Pa. : Marv Cramer, in termarritd with Fred V. Leiltz. Seottdale, Westiuorehind County. Penn'a. : Ellen H. ramer, of Maple valley, nashintrton, John J. Cramer, of Milton. 111.. Lorain Cra nier. of Whitney, Iowa, Hamilton Cramer, of HiKhtnan, South Dakota. Hudson Cramer, of Cambridge. Neb. Mary Cramer Beal, of Bur- nette, eb., kate i ramer iepier, irinoru, la , Sarah t;ramer Moore. Hubbard, la. Leland c Cramer. HKhland. South Dakota. Kate B. Moore, of Fosioria. flhio, John Bowman, of Suethft, kar.sns. O Harra Bowman or Aarons- ville. Ohio. Iiavul Bowman, Joy, Ohio, t ran- eisi Siuir?s liowen. of Kans-asCity. Mo., Wm. Badi-elv, of Fostoria. Ohio. Jane B. Monaritv, of Fostoria, O , and Sarah Bowman, whoms residence Is unknown. You are hereby uoiitied that in pursuance of Writ of Partition iscued out of the urMW' Cou 8omersl Co.. Pa., and to me directed. I will hold an inouest on the premisses on the real estate of Caswimer K. Cramer, oee., situate In Middieereek Township, Somerset County, pa., on Monday, the am uay oi av, i-ji, n.-u ana wnere you can atienn n vou iniua projier. Sheriff's Office, I ISAIAH COOD, Somerset, 4-H Sheriff. RIT OF PARTITION". To Sophia Llvinirston, intermarried with KefT u-lir, and Sadie K. Livingston, intermarried wmi josiau n. Blough, Isith orjohnitown Cambria County, l'a., Hiram R. Livingston of rreeporl, Kent County, MichiKan, and Sam'I K. LiviugMi-n of Panne Koek, Barton vounty. Kansas : You are hereby noiilied that in pursuance of a writ of partition issued out of Ihe Orphans' Court oi Somerset County, Pa., and tome chreele.1, 1 will hold an inquest on the premises on the real estate of lolnas Uviiitjston. deceased, situale in Cone- mniiKii lownship, Somerset Coiintv, l'a., on Thursday, May 14. I.il, when anil where you can atteii'i ii ou imnK proper. Sheriffs Oihce, ISAIAH GOGH, Somerset, 4-S. SberlrT. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. In the matter of the E-iaie of Marraret Ringer, dee'd,, late of A-idison Twp., Soniersi't Co.. Pa. Letter of Administration on the above estate having been granted to the undersigned by the pniper authority, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to said estate to inake iiuuifdi ate puvmcnt. ami those having claims aauinst the same will present them duiy amhenucaled fm settlement on Saturday, Muv id, lstu, at the late residence ot deeea-ieii in said lownsdnp. I K1AS M. RI.VOER. apr. Administraiur. A DMINISTKATOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Adam T. Snyder.latn of fpper Tnr kevfoi Two . Somerset Ca. Pa., rtac'ii Letters of A-luiinistralion on Ihe above estate having lieen granted to tlie undc rigne d by the plotter aiuuoriiv, nonce is nereuy given lo all persons indebted lo said estate to make immedi ate payment, and thus-e having claims against trie same win present them duly authenticated for settlement on Saturday, the 9th day of May, i"j,i, Mi u,e law: nsiueuce oi oecea-ssi. B. r. SNYDER, aprl. Administratrix. iDMINlSTKATOR'S NOTICK. Estate of J. L. BurkhoMer. late of Bmthersvalley lowest io. .-somersei nouiiiv. t a. Letters of Administration on tlie above pstjita Having been grameii to the undersigned by the proir authority, u.-iii-e Is hereby givsntoall persons iiKlebivd to said estate to make immeili- ate payment and those havingclalms against the same will present them duiy authenticated Sir settlement on Salnrilav. the li.th day o; May, 'W at the late residence of deceased. AMJUEW J. COLEMAN", prl. AdminLstratur. UMINI.STRATOK'S NOTICE. Estate of Henry Walter, late of Somerset Twp., csuuiersei fiMimv en nMwsstn. ICtters of Administration on the above estate having been 'ranted to the undcrsirned by Ihe proper authority, notice Isberjbv iriven toall tier- sons iudebted to the said estatit to make immeili ate payment, and those haviug claims againts the same lo present lliera dulv aiithentieated for set tlement on or before Saturday, the 'nd day of .iav. ivi. at my on.ee in tne Hontuirh of Som erset, Somerset Co., Pa. JA.vtr.s L. FI OH, marl". Admr. of Henry Waller, dee'd. I) ISS0LUTI0N NOTICE. Notice is herebr viven that thi naissnApshln latelT existing between Frederick Dure and Frau ds W. Bare of Sand Patch, Somerset Counly.IPa., under the tlrm name r.f Fred Durr Co , was di- oy mutual consent on tne 1st uav or April. l"td. thesaidFred llnrr relirinff thsn-fmm All dents owing to the said partnership are to be re- eeiei oy sain rrancls Hare, anu all demands on the said partnership are to be presented to him oi t-n.muiii. FKI-.II 11 Kit, aprs-nu. FRANCIS W. BARE. jgXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Esiate of John K. Mefllntock. dee'd. .late of Ad dison Two.. Stm-rsu.i tf'....n, 1-. Letters u-stamentary on the above estate har- ing oeen granteu to wie unfeigned by tbe snip er authority, notice is hereb, given to all persons Indebted to said estate to make Immediate pay ment and those having claims or demands avaiusi ioc same win present them duly authen ticated for settlement on Salunlay, May ' IS 'I to the Exectilor at the lute rwidenee of the said' aeeeaseu wnere ne will give his attendance JUS Will uui I've STEPHEN McCLISTOCK. tmrX. Executor. JjVVECUTORS NOTICE, Ksiateof Daniel Snyder, dee'd., lateofBlack Trn Somerset Co.. Pa. letter testamentary on the above estate having been granted to the undersigned by the proter aa; thorny, notice is hereby riven to ati persous indebted to said tvate to make iinmdiate payment, and all persons having claims against the same will present them dulv authenticated for settlement on Saturday, Mav 23. isal. at the late residence of deceased in Kockwood ilorougn. A. EVAN'S, PrI6- Executor. jgXECUTORS NOTICE. Esute of Charles P. Emeigh. late of Allegheny Township Somerset Co.. Pa,, dee d. I-etters tesunientary haviug been Issued to the nndersignel by the prop.-r autboritv, in the above estate, notice Is hereby given to all parties indebted to said estate k, make immeili. ate payment, and all partleshavlngclaimsairainst said estate to present them to the Fxerulor duly authenticated for settlement on Saturday April j;., Sl jat Uie hou.se of Martin L. Eueigh, in (aid township. ' JOHV M. T0PPFR, MARTIN U EMF.K.H. j Geo. E. Scull, Attorney. WOOLFS TREMENDOUS . ' CUTS. To sped the parting with thi season a goods, we cut to cost and down below ! TU better now to sell at less than not to sell at all! The moner-rnakino; season is o'er! Dut still there are piles ot foods! To reduce them but one mower's work n eflertivo. His LOW PRICE ! So J.im wo set t work. The harvc-t is reap! Values wonderful beyond all. We offer open CHOICE OF 500 FINE AT Choice of 200 All-Wool Suits, actual value $15, reduced to $10. 0 oe it suitd or trousers alone you want, tlie saving; is tremendous ! The active trade of the past week proves that thrifty people red'izt; this fact! They've bought magnificently ! Still there's room and marvelous value for you. So come. WOOLFS', JOHNSTOWN'S LEADING MERCHANTS. John Thomas & Sons JOHNSTOWN, PA zzr-MA.010TII STOEES, : 240 to 248 Main Street, Is one of the wonders of Johnstown, with its Several Department.". Ia Department "A" are Dry Goods In Department " B," Boots and Shoes, li epartment " A" Carpets. In Department "D," Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing goods. Department " E," Groceries. Department " F," Feed. For Good Goods, Cheap Goods, and SeascnaUo Goods, They cannot be excelled. An examination will convince " doubting Thomas " of Somerset County. E A DQUA RTE RS FOR COUNTRY FRODUCE. GIVEN AWAY ! A FINE PONY ! The POXY is 1 year old, weighs 140 pounds, and was born in Somerset County, and worth $100. Every purchaser of a Hoy's or Child's Suit between now and APRIL 15TH Will be entitled to a guess on the number of beans in the sealed jar in our window, and whosoever guC3ses tlie correct amount, or nearest to it, will be entitled to our valuable con see him in onr show window. THOMAS, KARR & OGILVIE, NOS. 251 and 2o3 Main Street, Johnstown, FOR 83 Franklin Street, cronisrsTowiiT. Cinderella Stoves and W" -:"" 7 s 1' f CINDERELLA A. The bost constructed Gxjkinit Stor DiTi, rn inJ. i ' """ V" '""r "' 80 thal jt M crack. The Iob, cro frTd'r nth JmZi ,.,l,'P,!rtJ 8 ch prerent, it from warping. It basin -I?. nJ ',h l1?1.1? ran, and to w constructed that the a,Ks "annot wxuniu- b ""-" me cuiti aiuse BRICK OR JItoy tlXIXGS, T)0! BLF. AXD II IQ hxamin the Cinderella "A" before nnrr - Limited, Pittsburgh. Mold and gnaranteed by m JAMES B. HOLDERBAUM, Soraercst, Pa. I I nostrils. Price . Oin-. E XECUT()R NOTICE. a:e of .carah D. Miller, late of Stonvrwk Tn Somerw-t 0., tler'd. Letter tetttrm-ntarr on th w. . - havinx been Kranu-d u the oiMlerriin,-il bv im proper anthoritv, notli e Is hereoy giyrn to nl persons iiuit-bled to naid estate to make iinmr'ti ale r.avment, and those lisvinir i-iHi-n. ,.r -i mauds sitainst the same will present ihem riii! authenticated for ellleTnHnt on rsatunlny Mny 3D h. lnyl, at the late residcm or said aid Twp. ABHM. L. MILLkh' fcx-.-cmor. DMIXISTRATOR S X0TICE. Estate of Christian r,. Miller, late of T.. township, Somerset County, Pa. Lettersof adininistration on thAihnt-.u.-. , iDgbeengTanteiltothennd.-rsiiriiedby thenmner authority. n.ieis hereby aiven U.a l li-n.1! Indebted to said estate to make immx'ii.tT ... 5. !? . e merit on baturdar. Aurl Batiirdav. ADrtl 11 iui .. k.7. said deceased. ' ' " CONRAD MII.LKR. ABRAHAM M. MILLKR, Admrs. of C. L. Miller, dee d. mart name yours $4. $5, AND $6 PANTS h $3. the mOsH ponv, "LITTLE HUSTLER.'' Yon ! Churns. Crocks, Tubs, Baskets. Halters, Points, Rope, Pulleys, Glass, Cuttlery, Tools, Glue, Pumps, GO TO Oils, Wire, etc. Mil & littata, HEALERS IS General Hardware, House Furnish ir.j and Electrical Goods. Ranges ! ot so man K,,m ing oat. j o . ' LID.S AXD CEXTRXfS. EXTRA LARGE II OYEXS. lii..;n Manufactured by DiHAVEX A CO., B. i NniAll l. i . . . L . Soli l.v -I..- . ' " ppum lo me foil .v (Irufrjri.m or ent by mail. Ad.lresS . T. IUzeitinl. W.rren. Pa. YDMIXISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Estate of David Brnbaker, late of Sonm-t Twp. r ... . , ""eet Co.. Pa. letters ot alministrai.lon on abore estate ha Itis been (Tante'l the undersiLiied bv ihe pnip er authority, notice is hcrt-hvinvm to all penous indelited to said estate to make immediate y "wit. and those having- claims aitaia-l the ame will present them dulv auiheuiicaled f Kttlemeut oo Moo-isv April a), 'al. at itio . lo k a. m., at Ihe late residen. e of deeeam-d. M. H. PHI BAKER, MICHAEL iXl. mrl'- Administraloni YDMIXISTRATOR'S NOTICE Estaleof Elizabeth Emiiih. lateof AIIehnyTwpw Somerset euniv. Pa., d"eeasel. Letters of Administration havinir leen iTsnte"' oy tlie proper authority, to the uiiden-ifiiel. on the esute of Jianr A Khoxls late of Jeffenoii township, Homtrsiet eoiintv. Pa., deeea.-ed, notice is nerehy iven toall persun ndeUi-d toaid ess. late to make immediate rim-nl. and tbixe hav ing clainis airaint said e-ilauj Hill present Ihem only authenticated (or settlement and allowsnftf jo tne undersigned at his residence In .-tonvrreek township oo Haturday, the 2nd day of Msv issl. .v 'M. 1. FRltZ. "m-, Adminlstratot.