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J VEnXKSPAT- Vy IS. 11 Fl.'ri'' i Tut IVnoTH'tr cnu '.i ..;n iv.M..t;no for 1'g' I i and is do nearer a noaiii.si"n than it ma a month since. It looks u if tti doaliock rripht continue f"r several weeks yet. Ik we believe the rVmoorstic prw.the Vnited State has no n-ed of a Treasury at all, because of its lack of funds. Vet tbere are several hundred niionsin the jovernment strong box, and the country can pay ilollar for dollar even "on a pinch.' Tnr. Connecticut Imocrati have claimed that Morris, their candidate for iovernor, bad a majority of 2 on the face of the returns. The re-count of the votes shows that in the one city of Nor wich, Morris waa erroneously credit with 4:5 voti more than be received. This knock out the Kreocratic claim completely. The free trader, arc- laying pipe to se cure a solid Pennsylvania delegation to the IVtnocralic National ConvcntioJ of next year for Cleveland. That's all rijrht. The vote of Pennsylvania that w i!l count in will be her vote in the l-.lectonvl CoiVpe, and that will be solid for the Republican candidate for I're4-,l.-iit. Tin: free trade ntwsjiapers are begin- nine to worrv themselves about Major Mckinley's chances for the Iiepublican nomination for -overnor of hio at the conventirjn next month, ar.l they are raking the Male over f r Kirns of oppo sition to him. ,ir Mugwump friends need not have any fear on this joint, however, for the calbtnt Major will not onlv ! nominated in June, but will also Ie elected in Novetnlx r. I'rsNsviA avia's share of the direct tax rt funded by the 1'nitod States, amount ing to f 1,04,KX1, has Ikh-u paid, and the i jvernor recommends that it lie turned into the sinking fund for the payment of tbe State debt. There is much diver pence if opinion as to bow this snug little sum should 1 used, and "what will she do with it?" is leading to much nsctiHKion. 1 1 the Ilodford coi respondent of the 1'ittnbuiyh Li -fiirh adhered to the truth tbere is a red-hot ficht already on band in our sister county as to ho shall lie the Republican candidate fir Judpe at the coming election. hir good friends down there should not fix things up prematurely, as this county will have a few remarks to make liefore the question i- finnllv pettled. Tiik iK-mocratic candidates forSpeaker of the next House are acting on the adage that "tbe early bird catches the worm Although it is more than seven months until Conpre meets, castors Lave al ready been shied into the ring snd the contest is growing warm. At present the leading candidates apis-ar to be Crisp, of tieorgia, and Mills, of Texas. The Republicans m ill have no "put' tbe organisation, and they can only look on and hope the best man will win. The Supreme Court of Nebraska has decided that James K. Boyd, who was -lwt-d bv tbe IH-mocrats as Governor of that place, is not a citizen of the I'nited Mates, and therefore cannot bold the oflice the duties of which be has been discharging since January la-4. Mr. Itoyd's father came to this country while bis son was a minor and never was nat uralized ; the sou has never Int n natural ized, and therefore is not a citizen. This decision means trouble for Nebraska, as all the acts .lone 1 y Mr. P.oyd while oc cupying the iu!err.atorial chair, includ ing bis approval of acts paswed by the legislature, are invalid, l'.ut scant olx'dicnce isyiehled to the Naturaliza tion laws in a nutii!er of the Western Males, aliens Ik g permitted to exercise the right of su;frage liefore becoming citizens of the I'nited States. Tin; long-delayed report of tbe CranJ J my at New Orleans has at last been made, and it is nothing less than an at tempt to justify the mob of citizens that in March lat murdered a number of prisoners then in tbe jail, who bad been acquitted in court of the crimes charged against them. This finding of the jury is an outrage on law against which all irood citizens will protest. It is not only a mockery, but it is a defiance of justice, and cannot be justified by the facts, or tbe rules of equity, or fair play, or com mon honesty, or common sense. Nothing can justify mob law cr extenuate the blood guiltiness of tbe men w ho perlus trated this foul dee 1. How any Grand Jnry, sworn to do their duty, could have mi utterly failed, passetb comprehension. The allegation that the prisoners in jail were unjustly and corruptly acquitted, is no extenuation of the bloody deed. If jury-fixers and suborned witnesses pro cured their acquittal, the courts were open forthe punishment of these knave, and no one has yet charged that the courts had wholly failed. If, instead of nlaying in coil blood the defenseless men confined in prison, a determined effort had been made to bring to punish ment the persons alleged to have tam pered with the jury that acquitted the prisoners, the etlect would have been a moral victory and a w arning to evil doers to lat for all time. Put the resort to violence the taking of life without due process of law can in no way be justi fied or defended. New Orleans "-as dis graced by mob violence; it is worse dis graced, if that lie possible, by the report of its Gran 1 Jury, and the teople of that city will, in all probability, some day utter the bitter consequence of this de fiance of law and the w retched attempt to palliate it before the civilized world. Another Inspired Editorial. X. Y. Letter l'hlla4e!pba Letlm. Kani ljtt lUmlnxIri Xiwtjnr, edited by Kuasell B. Harrison, Las another editor ial in repard to the relations between Presi dent Harrison and Secretary Blajne. In its issue of to-day it says in part : " President Hrrrison entrusted tbe State Krtftio to one of tbe kwuest ami mt I m. pular of American stateMnen. Tbere was thus, at the outset of tbe Administration, a combination of two (wwerlul intellects tbe one tiniwtuoua. vigorous alert, patient, thoughtful and diKcermnx. While the elo quent voice of Mr. Itiaine has been heard in lavor of reciprocity, it was the masterly judgment of the President biimielf that led in the formulation of the art of Congress pi ring him the ower to secure reciprocal trade relations, it was the President him self who d.clatcd the prompt nd powerful letter to the . over nor of Louisiana, piotest ii iar aaim-t the New Orleans outbreak. It was his admonition and sagacious counsel that prevailed at the critical moment, w lien few silver kings in Congress threatened to jeopardise the credit of tiie country. It was President Uarnsou who opened the way lor J a material increase in tb coinage of aiUer. It was I'revi.iont Harrison who earnestly and ruiirsp.ouslr espoused the cause of pro tection a-id hastened the passage of the Mckinley bill. iYr-idont Harrison lias nt shrunk, in the fa-eof the strongest denunci ation, from penniU-utiv urr'nf an himi of our postal fx.-iiitif. Thouirh there ha b.n no beating of gonpto attract attention, be haa been ibe inspiring leader of his party." This is not the first time frank JW' bas linked the nam? of Harrison and Maine together in a way that seemed to land tbe president at tlie excuse of tbe Secretary. TLis aort of thing wiil scarcely do the Presi dent any good, and can scarcely fall to irri tate tbe friends of Mr. Elaine. Chilians' Well Laid Plans r-A Pieo. t'al.. May 7. The Time pub lished the fact yesterday that the Chilian in surgent steamer Itata had been seized for a Violation 01 in neutrality iaw vy . un States Marshal Card upon instruction! from the State Department at Washington. After izing the ltata, M.irshal Gard left her in barge of a depu'y and went in search of the schooner Robert and Minnie, which has been acting auspiciously and which it is said was waiting to receive arraa and supplies for the Chilian insurgents. The launch TiaJuna, in which Marshal Gard and party were steaming for Point Roma, where tbe Robert and Minnie was supposed to be, bad hardly got out of sight, when tbe Captain of the Itata was rowed out to bis steamer by right stalwart Chilians, the anchor weighed and the Itata steamed slowly out to the ocean with V. 6. Iepoty Spencer on board. When Marshal Gard nally came up with the Robert and Minnie she was in Mexican waters, and tbe Marshal returned to San Francisco for further in structiona. Jt is now evident tnai me Chilians had laid their plans well, and they were carried out to the letter, regardless of the interference of the I'nited Slates author ities. Just after midnight this morning Marshal iard and party returned from outside and reported that tbe Robert and Minnie had completely disappeared. The deputy mar- hal who had been placed on a small boat at the entrance to the harbor to watch for de velopments, reported that when the Itata started out Pilot lull was sandwiched be- ween two armed Chilians, while four can non guarded both bow and stern. He re port thBt at least M Chilians were drawn up on the decks, showing that while the vessel was in jort she was plentifully sup plied with men, arms and ammunition. While here she displayed only one small cannon and a crew of about sixty men. Tbe deputy reports that when the vessel left the harbor she turned north and steamed toward San Clemetite. S5 FeaS'Iso, Maf 7. Senator Trum bull, of Chili, who is 111 tbe city, claims to have the best of legal advice to the eflect that the proied transfer of arms from the acbixiner Robert and Minnie is not a viola tion of the neutrality provisions, even if it took place in an American dock. The own ers of the schooners are becoming so alarm ed over the situation that they desire to back out of their charter, out Trumbull, who mukes no secret of the fact that he is engag ed in doing his ut most to start the Robert and Minnie's cargo toward the rebels, has settled this dilliculty by furnishing an in demnity bond for her value in the event of her seizure and confiscation. WAsiiiKiiTi;, May ".The matter of the steamship Itata has pasted out of tbe hands of Secretary Foster and Attorney General Miller into the bands of Secretary Tracy, who has instructed Rear Admiral Rrown, commanding the Pacific station, to seize the ltata wherever found ; and general instruc tions to this effect will be sent to all officers commanding I'nited States men-ofwar on the Pacific station. The I'nited States Gov ernment take: the position that the Itata, in leaving the Viiited States while in custody of the I'nited States Marshal, subjects her self to seizure at any time or place. Attor ney General Miller was informed this after noon that the I'nited States Deputy Marshal who was on board the Itata at the time she put to sea was put ashore eight miles down tbe coast, the vessel proceeding on her way, Kentucky Vendetta. IlARRniiMiritu, Kv., May 9. A diabolical murder by poisoning has just been com mitted in Washington county. It is the sequal of tbe terrible crime which was com mitted in February last, when Calvin Vest and hia bride came to Harrodsburg where tbe groom was killed by Jeff. Holliday and two of hia brothers iu the presence of his bride. The Ilollidays were arrested, sndJeffis now in jail awaiting trial. Jim Matherly, a cousin of Vest's, while pretending friend ship for the Holidays, bas been collecting evidence against them. On Thursday the Vest boys and Matherly saw Jeff Holliday, Sr., riding past the bouse. The supoaiUon is that Vest and Matherly fixed a drug t poison Holliday and hailing biin offered him a drink. Holliday rode on but died in convulsion in a few minutes. A poHt mortem examination will be held. It is believed that Matherly was given money to do the deed and get out of the country. Holiday leaves several sons, whoaay tbey w ill devote their lives to avenge their fath er's death. The killing of Holiday is tbe seventh death which has grown out of a di vorce of a Vest from a daughter of Holli diy's. Held Up a Train. Ccthiiif., 1, May !0. The south bound passenger train on the Sante Fe road was held up last night about 11:30 by five mask ed men. The gang is supposed to have been the notorious Dalton boys who have been seen in this neiehoorhood recently. Thev lioarded the train at Wharton, and detached the engine and proceeded to tbe express car and robbed it of all money. It is said the amount was not large. Tbe passengers were not molested, but required to keep in the cars, which order they obeyed. The robbers secured only f"iO0 from the express car. The messenger locked himself in and hid most of tbe money in the stove. When tbe robbers forced him to open the safe they got oniy a package of worthless paper. The ?.VX was found in a corner of the car. Posses are hunting tbe bandits. Kansas Wheat Pests. Kansas Crry, May 10. Chancellor Snow of tbe State university of Kansas has sent to Secretary Mohlerofthe State board of agri culture a letter concerning bis conclusions regarding the present wheat posts in Kansas. The letter was made public yesterday. The chancellor says the present spring has been particulary unfavorable forthe health of chinch bugs, but still in 2U counties in the southeastei-n iari of tbe State, included be tween meridians .i and SW and betwreu the 'th iarallel and the southern boundary of the State, the chinch bug is out in full force. In other counties of the State the pest is not so numerous, sliil it exists in fully one half of all the counties. Expert Work with Greenbacks. Washikotox. May 0 . The clerks in the Treasurer's office have identified $15,!W0 of the ?L7,Xi charred and burned in tbe recent wreck near Waring Station on the Balti more and Ohio Kailroad in Maryland. Tbe money was so charred and black that the pack a looked like charcoal, but by expert ness in ae;a-ating each note, and putting it under a strong magnifying glass, ail tbe money was identified with the exception of $200, which tbe express company carrying the money will lose. Pension Statement. Wash 1 jw tow. May 7. A statement pre ared at the Pennon Office shows that dur ing the mon'ii of April but tbere wers is sued J1,M." pension certificates of all classes, the first payment on which aggregates $3,- KT3,fiL". Tbe average first payment to each J pensioner was ?122.8.t. Of the total number of certificates issued 11,107 were under tbe general lsw and 20,"TS were tinder tbe act of June 7, 10. Kint 0I Fields Burning. Bradford, TaM May 10. A sjieoial from Kane, Pa., says that since 3 o'clock th'.s afternoon a destructive fore fire has been eating its way thro'iKJ the Kane oil Gelds destroying the bebt part of the northern half of the producing territory.. C. V. S. boficld & Koester's property on lot :S3 is eutii;ly consumed, St' ttheimer A Co., on the Prown lea, loC rigs. Two thirds ofJ. ?. Cnppeau'a lease, owned by Preston and others, is in ashes. Another furious lire iaa.K.iucing on Porter pump station from the foutb and northwest. Hundreds of men are in dirfrr r,t t,art of the fi!d fi.'hti:: tliefire. A , - biph wind m ikes their -if n iu is. rue Tillage .f West Ks ie 11 tu a e wi with lie s' 'tin i' n. Baptized in Her Cctfin. STKtxsrrri.D, O., May C Mis? Alice Madi son, a deeply religious young girl has ben at the point of dea'.h with consumption for some months. To-day she le!ieved death was near and sent to R;v. Green, a P.iptijt minister. She told him she wanted to be received into tbe church and to be baptized before death. It was then decided to baptize her in a metallic burial casket. The strange progtamme was carried out, and amid weeping and singing the dying girl was immersed in the cutba full of cold water. She rallied from the shock, but her death is hourly expected. She w ill be buried in the casket which served as a baptismal font. An Agile Woman. roBTSMotTH, X H. May 8 When Mrs. Beck man and Mrs. Reed were removed to Concord Sheriff Coffin removed three other female prisoners to an attic room directly over the one occupied by himself. About 1 a. m. Thursday he discovered that Mrs. Felherly, who was awaiting trial for keep ing a disorderly bouse, was missing. She slid about twenty feet down a lightning rod, jumped fifteen feet to the ground, and pro curing a box, scaled the nine foot fence which surrounded the jail yard. The SherifTwent to her bouse on Brews ster street and found her w ith her shoes in her hand, her dres torn, and her hands bleeding from contact with the lightning rod. She was returned to jail. The Queen's Queer Freak. Losnos. May 8. H?r Majesty has taken s queer freak in making a present of a goat to the Second battalion of the Welsh regiment quartered at Eevouport. The oftlcers of the regiment, while expressing deep gratitude for Her Majesty'a kindness, are entirely at a loss to know what to do with the royal goat, which introduced itself to its new owners by butting aud knockinp down the Colonel while at drill. The o dicers have no taste for goat as a diet, and do not think it a valuable addition tothe regimental equipment. How ever, they have the goat, and have sent a formal address of thanks to her Majesty. Crops Doing well. Washixctoh, V. C, May 10. The condi tion of winter grain on May 1 as reorted by the statistician of the department of Agri culture was as follows: V neat, ;i..t; rye, 'J7.2 ; barley, 5! 2. This is an advance in wheat of 1 po'nt during April, and of quite as mucu in rye. a ga.u iu noi ported in New York in some of the southern states and a slight improvement in Illinois, Missouri and some other states. The uni formity of tbe condition is somewhat re markable, no stale average being lower than 93. He Had Killed 19 Men. Ksowille, Tenn., May 7. A bloody duel was fought near this city late yesterday by two men named Johnson and Kiz.emore. Trouble has existed a long time between the nipn ant 1. failinir to settle the ditference Johnson sent word to Siimore to meet him in a secluded spot. Tbe chal'.enge was accepted, and in the fiVht Johnson was killed. Sixeniore is the son of a man who killed nineteen men be fore being killed himself. A reward bas been offered for Sizemore's arrtst, and a large posse is now hunting him down. Dying From a Cat s Bite. One of the wealthy and popular resi dents of Ten Mile Run, X. J., lies at the point of death from a very peculiar disease. His illness is the result of the bite of a cat Three weeks ago Mr. Smith attempted to sit down on a chair on which there was a news miner. Beneath the newspaper was the family cat. As Mr. Smith's wtight descend ed on the animal she seized hia right hand with her teeth, inflicting a wound from which the physicians say be cannot recover. Citizens Capture a Train. IxniASAr-oi.H, Ind., May 8. Citizens cf Wayne, Wayne county, and a number of employes of the Midland railroad captured a train this morning and are holding it at that place. Tliey say that no trains shall pass through the place until the employes are paid. The men are backed by the substan tial citizens of tbe town. The trainmen called upon the local officers when the train was stopped, but they refused to interfere. Cannot Wear Reflalia in London. Londos, May 7. Five hundred Knights Templar of Albany, X. Y are expected to arrive here in the latter part of July on a tour through Europe. They have applied to Minister Lincoln to obtain from the Brit ish Government permission to wear their side arms and regalia while in England. Mr. Matthews, the Home Secretary, has been con sulted on the subject, and bas intimated that it is impossible to make an exception in the case of the Albany Knights. Chester's Tiny Baby. Chestib, Pa , May 7. Mrs Finlay of this city, is the proud possessor of the tiniest baby ever born here. The minute piece of humanity is now 3 months old, and its ex act weight is 32 ounces avoirdujiois. The baby has never worn any clothes, but is kept carefully wrapped up in cotton. It blinks its wee eyes and crows; and when it gets angry its cry is no louder than the weak wail of a kitten. Surgery In a Boy's Liver. Johsstows, Pa, May, 7. Surgeons A. J. Howe, of Cincinnati, and William Rauch, ofRockford, near this city, yesterday cut into tbe right side of 13 year old Ira Boose, at Kockford, to remove supposed tumors from his liver. Instead of tumors they found hydrocystic cavities on the liver, and from these they removed a quart of water. The boy is expected to recover. A Boy HHlf-Solwd. LiucASTF.a, Pa, May ( Jacob Earhart, of Lexington, is only 8 years old, but has thus far had more than his shaie of trouble. Two years ago while riding behind a farm er's wagon his leg caught in the aokes and was broken ; a year ago he was kicked in the head by a horse and a piece of bone was re moved by the doctors as Urge as a quarter: yesterday in cutting wood he struck his in step with a sharp ax, which will disable him for several weeks. A Minister's Flight. Amhi asT, X. May 8. Fred B. Stables, assistant pastor of the Baptist Church at this place, has disappeared, leaving behind him several ladies to whom he had olTered mar riage and an exceedingly small amount of property to console numerous creditors. His flight was precipitated by one of the young ladies insisting on the marriage ceremony taking place at once. Mr. Wrightnvwn's Lucky Find. Xxw Castle, Ijtd., May 8. William F. Wrigbtman, living near Middletown, who has kept several hundred bushels of wheat stored in hia barn for a year, while removing tbe wheat for market found in the grain an oid pocketbook containing tHJioO in gold coin and paper currency. How the money came tbere is mystery. Is more especially than any other a hereditary disease, and fur tliii simple reason Arising from Impure anil Insufficient blood, the dU ea.', locates Itsell In the lymphatics, which are composed of wnita tissues; Uiere Is a wrlod ot frtal life hen the whole body con-u,-jte sit of white tiwites, and nooa S uien-Iere tlie unlmrn ehiltl is S arsapa- cixcui'iy sucepuiie to ttirt ... lre34l!ul disease. But thenr H II 3 is a totent remedy for aorof ula, whether hereditary r acquired. H U Hood's Sarjaparllla, which expels every trace of the disease and gives to the blood the quality and color ot health. Get Hood's. " When niy boy was two years r f r i v old he was attacked and snf- -"l,rc,J lered along time with scrofula ClITCd sores. The physician at length told us to give him Hood's Sar- My Boy sauarilla, which we did. Two bottles cured liim. He is now 10 years old and has not bad any sign of scrofula since. We recommend 11. odsSarsaparilla to all our friends." Mjis. 1" C. Clippkr, 8 Kidder SL, Cleveland, O. Hood's Sarsaparilla Soldbvs'MroKk'toU. Sl:slx;orf. Preparad oulf Vj C. I. HOOll CO., Apotheeariaa, LoweU, Mass, IOO Doses One Dollar MISSES AND CHILDBENS' SPECIAL OPENING TRIMMED HATS I Our Misses' and Chil drens' Hats Are pronounced by all as the HAXDSOM F.ST and the MOST ATTRACTIVE we have yet shown. Come, and bring your wife and children to the store of 41 FIFTH AVENUE. Pittsburgh. Pa. EPORT OF THE CONDITION It or THE First National Bank OF SOMERSET, t Fonunet,ui the Slate of rennylVKiila, at the close of business. May 4, ISM. RESOURCES: Ixan 87ildi?coiii!t t nvnirHlV necured auu uiweeureo, .... l . Ili.l8 10 seeure l in uiai!iu J.' I Mit from approved nwrve Hia.uta V line from oilier Nutio'.ial Biuik- Hue from .into Hunks and Banker 1 I, 1. i L .! It nr.. ami H.hin I. ( urrent v:.tienvs anil taxes paid..... 1.. ... I- il Itomlx . 3 Check. niitl othereash items 1 liili? of other lliink. Kraetiimtl per currency, uickei? aim cellb K,ii, . 1 ,T.VU l.ejtrtl teieler IloteH Kiileinptmn fuixl i;li 1". 8. Treasurer 6 l: per ceiu Ul nrv iiituitii..- Total . ..flGf.,i'.'9 si LIABILITIES: Capital "I.k-V paifl In f 50,000 1 Surplus tmiii . (HI l) I ii-liviileu profits. 8.-'1" l Nth'iinl lliuik notes outstanding l.'A 00 1'iviileiicfe iiniid - 00 Iriil l deposit sill. iecttocheck $7;...V.s Ml IlenwndV ertificates of deposit 16,'M 7SS06,V.M i-iie tooiher Nanoiial bunk ... 1 .." J'J liue to Sate Btuikn liud baiikers. l Totid li.;!tfl S2 M.i.'r n( P' niiftnia, Oiwu'y af Snmmet. tf. I Aii'lreir Parker, Cashier of the above-named Biik, do "olemnly swear that the alwve iate meiu is rfuu, to the best of my knowledge and U'llLf' ANDKKW PAKKEK. ashuT. Suleri'l tvl sworn to before me this 8th day of My, lx'l. . A. I- ft. ' AT, Notary Public. Correct Attest : LaRI E m. hicks, J. K I'POH. CHAS. II. FISHER. Dlreclors. ; LTLIC OF Valuable Real Estate! I!Y VIRTT'E of the authority contained In the last will and testament of I.udwick Gardner, hue of Jefferson Township, (somerset County. Pa., de ex.l, I will expose K public tale, ou the prem ises, ou THURSDAY, JUNE IS, 1S91, at 1 o'clock p. m., the following desenlied real rel estnie : A trnt ofland situate In Jefferson Township, on lite top ol Laurel Hill, beins on both sides of the mountain and mi the West Sewion Plank Koad in Somerset and Westmoreland Counties, con tiiinina -JM' acres, more or less, HO acres clear and Urn balance well limbered, adjuinui? lands of IiHvid niiaulis, Harrr Baker. Ja-ob Beex, Wm. Kuriair, Philip Beck, onteon Bhaulis, and others, ith a large iwo iory frame DWELLING HOUSE Bank Barn, sielile and other otit'miMings there onerceid. The farm is iu a irood state of culti vation, wilb au abundance of limestone and past ure for Kraliut fattle : a young apple orehar L Also, a fpuitar iadiii, with sua-ar vessels thai will o w ith tl) farm, il desired, at sale. This pmper t - will and must be soid to naiisfy enxliiors. In parts or as a w hole, to bring Uie most money. TERMS. One-third cash. The balance in three eriial an nus! payments from dale of sale, without interest till d'je. nni do dow er. I'avinmu to tie secured by judvmeiu lionds on the premises. 10 per cent, of ihe entire purchase money to be paid on day uf sale, or sec ured to be paid. Fur further iiiformaUon address the undersign f. at Bakersville, L'a or Johu H. t'hl, her Attor ney, at Somerset, 1'a. HARRIET GARDNER, may in. Executrix. O RPUAN'S' aiUItT SALE OF Valuable Real Estate 1 0- "IV VIRTUE of an order of sale issued out of J the Orphans' Court of Somerset Co., Pa., to me directed, there will be exposed to public sale, uisjh the premises, on TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1891, at 1 o'cleek p. m., the following described real estate, vis All that certain lot of ground situate In the Bor ough of somerset, IU. bounded on the east by Mam Cross Street, and running South with said street one buudred and eighty-eight feel, theme w est by a fine running parulle- wftn me ijisim ules' Ciiiircb, and three feet North of said Church, nxiy-Jx feel into an alley, thence by raid alley and lot of Casebccr's heirs North one hundred and eighty-eight fel l to the Puldiciiuare, or Main Street, thence br the same East sixty-six fW-t to the place of beginning, being pan of lot No. lit) ou me general plan of ibe iuioi sain Borough. The alter baiwccn the said kit and lot of Le beer heirs to remaiu open for use of owners of wild lots or gmund as per tne agreement or Miller Tredwell and John Casebeer reeordwl In tbe Re corder's othce of said Somerset Co., Pa., the said atxivedescribeil lot of ground being latety knowa as the "dlade House Hotel Lot," late tbe estate of Win. J Hlgtiiboihain, di'd. The same will be olTered for sale a a whole, or In nans. bale, if made, will be presented u oiirt for Cuuririiiallou on Wednesday, May 27, lS'.d. TERMS. Ten Per cent of onrcbase money to lie raid w hen property is knocked dow n ; balance of the oiie-tlurd of the whuleiai confirmation of sale. Une-thinl tn one year from day of sale with Inter est from day of sale, and uuc-third to reoiain a lien upon the said premiMw. tbe Interest ot which Is to I paid annually to Alice K. lliginlsiiham. widow of said Wm. J. Higinbotham, during ber natural lifetime, and at her death the prlucial sum lo the h-irs of sa'd Wm. J. Higinht.ihaui. de ceased. I ii t re-1 to be computed from day of sale. Inferred payments to be secured by judg ment bunds. AUCE K. HIGIXBtiTHAM, Trustee. Scott & Ogle, Attorneys. "VTT'Tf"'"!? NOTICE IS HEREBY V I IVlj- gisen that the follow lug applications for Wholesale I.liUor Licenses have Isvs filed in ir.r offlej, and will be present ed to the Court on Monday, Way 25, lsoi, fur al low ar.ee . J. M. Topper AlleghetiT Township. Francis W. Bare, Lar.iu.r ' Samuel K. Metrler, i' Plsir Turkeyfoot Two. Clerk Otis,, l W lL gAS.SKR, HOME TOD gUERIFF'S SALE. Itv virtue of n-rtaln writs of Lev. Fa. nnil Fl. Fii. Issuiil out nf the fourt of I ommon I "lei of Somerset County, P;., to me dtr-eliil, I will e(M- Ul public me, Bt the Court House, iu Somerset llorutith, at 1 o'clock I. JI , on 1R1DAY, MAYS, 1S91, all il.B r'.uh title ltifuresi sol claim of Mary I. Kempv, of. in and to the following described real ! estate," via: , Aei rtainlotof(rnund sltnaie In the vilburenf (iarmii, SHjineniet Co.. Pa.. be': lot No. to on the piano! said town, and boiiifid as follows; ra the east by Centre street, on fh soulh by Ijifay etU"rei't. 011 the il by l'.l.v!lH?rry al.ey. aud on file e.'irih by lot No. ol. haimr thereon prist, ed n twiveiory il'eHing hone,wlth thesppnnr DSfKes. Taktu In execution the pvnierty of Mary E. Ken e, at tlie suit of S. B. Pr!tt u of Jes-e Hoover AJministrator of Audrew Hoi.ver, dee d. ALSO ill thrt Hffhl. title. Interest and claim of J. Kendrick I'ptoo and Msrv I- H. I'pton, of. In and U the followitiir described, reaies'.sie. vis : No. 1. A certain trai t of loud situate '.n l'Pfsr Tnrke'fot uiwnslilpp, jjomtrset County, feun sylvana. adioinlng lands of Jaeob Aui'iistine, liaiiiet AuKiisiuie. Keith di Evans, Misisnirh hey .V Shower and trait No. i, onlHiiiinK about "10 acres, bavinx theiron ensrteil a 1 re two-story Brick House, lame liank baruHii'lotlKT ouibuililiiiKS ; Uml Iu a pl late of cultivation and a large on-hard on th p.vmlses : In-liisr the same traei of land which w as pnrebased from Ad ministrators of John Brooks hr VV. L. Iloblttlell iu his lifetime and the title lowhicta Is lioir vest ed in said ilary lie II. I'pum, with lue appurte- DftlCi'a. No i A ci'rtain tract of uml sitnste in the Township, County and State aforesaid, adjoining tract No. 1, tends of B. and J. Harned, trai-l No. :l. Phillip Phiilippi, and Keith Kians, coiiiaiuiiii; sliiml 1T. acres, having thereon erected a m house, and a loft twin ai'd other buildinm : w hich said tram was also purchased Iroia said John Brooks' Admiinstrdlors by said W. I Hots. Iltzell. and !he title to which is now rested in said Mary Ie II. I'ikoii. with the appurtenances. No. a. A reruiu tract ol land situate iu Lower Turkevfiait township, (iomerset county. Pa., ad loinina tract No. 2, lands of B. and J. Harned Noah ncou, Mctiaupthcy di .shower. coiiWiniiut I'i aeres, more or less, w Ith a log house, Unt barn and other ontbuildibts thereon enetisl : w hieli said trui't nf laiid was nurehaseil bv said W. L Hob- litell in hi lifetime fn.m the AduiinLtrator of Israel Koad!". dec d., and the title to which is now vened iu said alary lie 11. I'pUui, with tbe ap purtenanre. Taken iu execution as ths property of J. Ken drirt I'pum and Mary lie U. I ptou, at the suit of Jaeob iluiubird. ALIO - All he richt, title, interest and claim of Frank Heckler, of, in aud to the followiuRdescribed real estate, vir. A treetof land situate a Jeffersin town-liip, Homerhci eouuty. Pa., Sil.ioiuiiit: laniis of llirara Mnov W m. P. llav. Niiah Bruner and others. finiAiiiiinr l."4 aeres. more or less, havini: tbereou erts?te.l n fniirn' house, a lr?e loir larn and oilier otitlmililuips w iih a ood urar camp and orcn anl nn the liremiseH. with the ammrteuaiices. Taken in execution as the property of Frank Heckler, at llie sun of Jonas icurow, use oi sa villa il. Tedron , et aU ALSO All the rkht, title. Interest and claim of Isaac Hiimis, of. in aud to the follow liijc described real estate, vis : No. 1. A certain tract of land situate In Shade, Paint and it,-le Twps , skimerset county. Pa., be iuir Ibe northern part of a tract warrautisl in the name of John Newbold, and contains auO acrt and allowance, more or k-ss. aiijoinuiR luuus warranted in the name of James liunii, and name of Samuel Hetherall, with the appurte nance. No. A The nndivided onc-fonrth of all the miiicratsaud miueral substances in, nnder and njion tbe following t'actsof land in Lower Tur keyfool township, Somerset county, Pa., and known as the C-ascatte iands, viz : No. I. A tract known as the Sylrcster CoPniru ooiiutining l.s3 acresand allowance. No. i A tract known as the Charles Hyatt, coutaiiiK W acres, more or less. No. :i. A tract known as the Andrew Hyatt, containing 7:; acre aud ullowauee. No. ::yr A tract containing i:tu aeres and allew. ance, known as the Andrew Hyatt. No. 4. A tra t known as the Thomas Ream con tainiiiK 150 acres, more or less. r No. I1,. A trait containing 5 acres, more o less, known as the Thomas Heam. No. '. A tract known as the Jacob Moon, con taining 17 acres, more or less. Ni. il. Atrs t known as the Andrew 8. Hyatt, contaiuitiit l'1 acres, more or less. No. 7. The ti-e simple ot'a tract situate as afore said, containing 2s acres, more or less known as the Annie Tissue tract, w ith the appurtenances. The said seven alsive tracts Ismuk the same minerals and lands upon w hich the proceedings iu Partition were had between John I). Roddy vs. Isaac llutuset al., in the Court of Common Pleas of Somerset Count, l'a., to No. 1 November Term IsT'), i Partition Docket.) So. i. The undivided one-half of a tract of land, situate in Summit and Larimer townships, Somerset county. Pa., containing 4J acres, more or less, adjoining lauds of Cyrus Bittner, J. J. Hobliizcii, Jacob Bowser, Jonathan Baer, ami others, about twenty-live acres of which are clear, having thereon ereetol a oue-Rtiil-a hulf-siory duelling house and a stable, with thcajipuHu uatices. . No. 4. A certain tract ofland situate in Some set township. Homerset county, Pa., contiiiniiip S aeres. mure or less. Mdioiniug the Somerset and Coiiemaueh turnpike on the east, and Inmis of Bin. A. Muter ou the west, i.eo. w. iv iuora on the south and Cusclnsir heirs on the north, with the apjiurteiianees. No. . The undivided one-fourth of a certain tract of land situate in Black township, Somerset with two Dwelling Hou-es, Stable, Saw-mill anii other outbuildings thereon erected, adjoining lands of Val Hay, Fred. Biiifrtier a ud others, uilU the apimrtetiaiii-es. No ti. Tbe undivided l-ljof al! those certain lots of ground: situate lu the town of oarrc'.l. Miuimil towiinii, somerset, Co.. l'a., numbered on tne l:lnli of said tow n as lots Noa. 12. -l.:.4l.-l f6.tT.7-'. vs . . , .s .a, "!,, SJ. M, M, m, ,, a SH, !4S,9l, VI. lll, till, llH, IU'.. UN I"-', li 'i 114, ll'i, llli, 117, US 11, 1J4, 1'jTi, 1-JS. 127, l-'S l'.., 1 11. 1X1, 14'i, 14s 110, 1 1 SI, 1 , l.ki, 1HI, P1, II J, 1.S, 111, IbT. lOS, Hi!'. 17. 171. 17". 171. Is J. 1st is... is.,. Is7. "IS. 214, -211's 217, 21. 2ol, 2111, aOi, 201, 201, ,J0s 2(s.i 210, 211, 172, 17:1,174, 17. 174. 177, Wi, 137, IS, aud 13", with the appurtenances. I tkeuln execution as the property of Isaac uufjn, attnesuiioi n. L. retier. - ALSO - All the right, title, interest and claim or T. B. Wilson, of, iu and to the following dcscrilicd real estate, viz : A certain tract of land situate In Conemangh 1 w p.. tximerset lit. Fa., adioluine lands ol John Foriit, Levi Kaufman, Johno'iViiiuor's heirs and others, contaituus about M acn. mora or lass. having thereon ens-ted a saw mill, two frame Queuing nouses, tun sianiesaiia om.-r oulbuiiif luf , win, iitc aff,u: iciiani-a. T.i ken in execution as tbe property of D. B. vt osun, ai uie sun oi janies j, i nomas. -AL30- Ail the right, title. Interest and claim of Lewi Bowman and Ha'tie B. Bowman, terre tenuuis,of in aim to tne following iiescnbed real e-tate. vu : A certain trait of iuud s'.tuaie in Milford Twp., Somerset Co, Pa., adjoining lands of Hiram pile, John I. Weiiner, Wm. Gcrhart, and others con taining '25 acres, more or less, with a one-story house, stable, grist mill, saw mill, and cider press thereon ens'ted. with the appurtenances. In ten iBexecuiion as tne property of Lewis Bowman ami liattie B. Bowman, fcrre tenants at the suit of Allen c. Barron, use of Mary McNcal Cramer, Administratrix of Cassiiuer Cramer, de cssaseii. TERMS. N'TfCK. All persons ptmluislng at the nls.ve sale w ill pleaae take notice tlml 10 mt ('iii. oi uie purciiitse money imivt is1 puiii w lien property is knoekisl down. otherwlKelt w ill luinlii lie exiMSMI u saie ut the risk of ibe tlrst ftiiretuwr. llie residue of the purchase money nuiHt lie paid nn nr lM-fon the dtiy of r-olinrin:illoli, -. : 1 nurswlity, .luv 2Sj 101 oile."d will lie acknowledged until the pur- ciuise money is pniu in inn. ISAIAH (KHl)i, SherifT's Citfice, 1 Mi.-nir, April 41, lsoL II EGISTER'S NOTICE. Niitice Is hereby given to all nersons concern ed as legatees, creditors, orotlicrw i.se. that the following acemmts hsve passed Kegister, and thai the same w ill be presented for confirmation and allowance at su Orphans' Court to tss held at Somerset, rs., on wedii'-sday, May 27, ls:n ; First aud final account of Joi.as Turney, Exec utor of Henry Sctiulitc, deceascnl. First and Anal account of Peter Knelrcitn, Ad ministrator of Mary Ivdig. dei-eased. First and final aeeoun! oi John M. Stief, Exec- um" oi iiiiT-iiuiiia ivruiei, a'ea.en.. First and iinal account of AbrahamSevits Exec utor of William Merits. deeeasl. Thinl and final account of Aaron Will, one of tne r.xeeiuor oi Henry secMer, deceased. First and final account of A. J. ( 'olier snd Israel tirani, Auuunistraiorsor Jeremiah J. Braut.de ceased. The account of E1 win A. Caler, Administrator oi reier i aier, O'-eeasiHi. First aod final aecoimtorE. K. Hochstetler, Ad, mlnlslratflr nf l.vitla U.M.V,.tilav ,l.u,...i First and final account of 8. a! Fhilsou, Exec- ui,n ,i iii-iri uirssiicr,oeYaseii. First and final account of S. A. Phllson, Admin istmtorof Hiimuel Custer, deceased. First account of Jacob O. Kimmel, Executor of First and final account nf n. W. Will, Adminis trator of Aanm rtcbrock, deceased First and final account of J, Harry Fritx, Ad ministrator f John J. Miller, deceased. First and final account of James M Cook, Ad- iiuiii,uuiuri m. a. nnocsev. aeceaseil. Fint and final account of fho-be Voung, Ad mliilstratrix of Simon Young deceased iM and final account of Peter F. Shjnlls, AJ- miuisiniuiroi jonn n flay, ois-iseil. Fi -st aceounfyr B. S. Flee t, F.xecutor of Wm. j Morgan, deceased. First and final account of I. I). Ziromermsn, A'oioiusioiior i joa, pn .lmraerman. deceased nrsti and linaf account of Alice K. Higini-o- uiuiii, cii t-uini oi ri m. j. lilgltibotham, deceas ed First and final account of I. P. Fried'-ine. Ad mitiistrauirof John F. Wechtenhclser. do'rt. First and fii si account of W. 11. Hlilegasand . . "maer, r.xecutors oi Samuel Walker, de ceaseil. First and final account of Daniel J. Bnibakcr, Administrator of Isabella MivhoMer First and final account of Andrew Kunkel, Ex ecutrix of AndiTMr Kunkel, deceased First and filial account of Benjamin G. Bittner Xltntlr,?., r?,,v nf 111, .a h U.1..-. ... I ... Jt . ' --- ... in. , , -I, , I c , 1 1 IT , tt,-, 1. First and final account of Sarah Fisher, Execu trix of (ieorge Werner, d'sseased. First and final account of Joseph T. Voder Administrator of Sem J. Thomas, deceased. ' Sei-ond and final account of Aaron Miller, Ad mmislrator of Benjamin Miller, deceased. First and final aeeoiifit of N. B. :ritchtleld, Ad niimstrator of Wm Rialgers, deceased. First and fiual account of Perry I'mhcrgcr and Renlieu Horue-r, Administrators of Herman t'm berger, deceased. First and final account of G. B. Bittner, Ad Ministrattorof Hannah Ciitner. deceased. First and final account of David II. Vmight. Tnistee for tbe sale of the real estate of W lliiam Vougiit. deceased. kegisier's Ofiii-es. a. j. HILEMA.V, bomsrset, April 29. ( KegL-ter. UDITOR'S -NOTICE. In re estate of Jacob Cover, d The undersigned havfnr rsseii rtu! anroi,o,i Andlllir h tile flrnhana' I'mirt nfHnffluMM I l'a.. to distribute the funds 111 the hands of Henry t lover, the hxeeutor of said estate, notice is here by given that 1 will attend to Ihe duties of said appointment at my oflice in Somerset Borough on 1 hurvlay. May 21. i, when and where those iuieteated can a'.teinl irthev think proper. UfcO. &. SCULL, jnsya, Auditor. 1S01. Highland Stock Farm ! rr'.'r. W LI'S" Pi. WtU lliarge bill 2J insurauee. rv C TP A lVT Lieht Bay. 15 V hands high, will weigh K( Va I I I lJ hl:U,li0,byA nl I. 1 1 l i 11 Jh.M,.rbon ' hief TfiX, ha by Mambihio Chief 11. second dam Hamoletonisn and thoro.ighbre.1 cwo-' "'.''.,,, pro,iurrrof early and fa't speed. twwioil Slioiici in oe a ironer oi '. - ," , uaily he is the micsi looking horse in tbe lounty. TnT T.rMlTrn TT KH lll I I lI I ,1 h Dl jIjIVIwIll U 1 Vi 2Tai ToTuiai u.2.. ''"..'" n"' ''-'' l1.?. nociiicf, 11. Third" dam JliUway, thoroughbred by STRATHEARN, w n.it: ZM IhsI fH : two-year olds 1.A .'.' ling produce sold ll hill al l J : iwo-vear oios Hllv and S-'S.'i was tne pro i -s". - . k - j " cwww " " 1 iv full blosls : theeosimay be a few dollars more in the start, but in the sale you will realize tifty or more dollar above the price of common bred stock. Insurance 1... BiintE horse Gray, weighing 1,800, got by Invaru- -- a. mm -T "SV -ytr rle. a hse that weighed '2.440. His uam waa a Nigger mare 1 W MM. i i weighing l.ttto. These two horses cost more money than any two imjiorted horses ever owned in the couuiy. Insurance HQ. Well-bred irares are scarce In my neighborhood, and to induce men to send mares from a distance I have put the fees of mv trotting hoisos at about half their actual worth. Mare kept on gram at ."a) cen.s iter week. The above horses will stand from April 1st to Julv 1st at mv barn, two miles north ofSonierseL I HKK-FUSY. TO FARMERS, STOCKMEN, HORSEMEN, And others, of Somerset County ! (1 F. COUNTRYMAN .Veterinary Suwon and Auctioneer, Retristpred of eight TTa years' Veterinary Practice and of the Ontario Veteilusry College, Cniiaila, offers his services in the practice of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery. Treats diseases of Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Sw ine, and performs Kunneal tlfierationa. Castrating and Spayiug, Reducing of Fractures, selling broken bones, redccingol HemtaaiKupinrea.) N EUROTOMY-(Separation of Nerves) in chronic foot lameness. TENDENOTOMY- For straightening crooked or wry taila. Obstructions in cows, teats rcniov. ,1 and Test ojicued up and brought to Its proper use. SCI R R H OU S or enlarged onrda. tumors, blemishes, growth, warts anl windgalls fpuffsl in yottt: animals peruuiuently removed. 8titf joint injury and lameness, a.Hl lameness from ringbone, spavin, curb and splint, cured in a few weeks, and if not of long standing entirely taken away. At rophy of the Muscles, (dweeney) sore and weak eyes cured, distemper, lung fever, chronic cough, heaves, colic in horses, hoven l bloat in cattle; Ate., treated with success. Anthrax, (black leg or bloonvmurriani prevention and remedy. DENTISTRY Special attention given to repairing of homes teeth, wolf teeth. Aehlng.sp it and iiiseiised leelh extracted, fliarpand uneven edges of molars smoothed up, invisor teeth taken otf.svc. The above conditions of the teeth often cause weeping orcloudT eyes, quiddingor dropping of foml, hoijing head crooked, driving on one Hue. imperfect mastication, indigestion, cribbing, hide boitnd.lossuf flesh, Ac , all of which are removed by my method of ope rating ou the teeth. Hre teeth dresseil for afearauce and age. 0 BSTETRICS I look special Instructions while at Toronto, Canada. In this line of my pro fessiou and am supplied with all of the must improved instruments for the management of difficult cases. 1 hsve had considerable practice in this line and have been successful. CASTRATION. I also look a special course ol instruction at Toronto In ridgling and imiut ralservia castialin and in spaying, and nave traveled with and taken instructions from and assist ed some of the most siiiiwful operators in this line in the United States. I have adopted their most humane and succeislul method and am supplied with the mi vt approved and safest h, bbles. 1 am read up in anatomy and am supplied e ith instruments for anything 1 meet w ith in opera ting, hence 1 am prepared to do belter and safer work thau those not having bad these advantages. I guarantee satisfaction In most every operation, or make no charge. 1 consult in my practice some of the most eminent veterenarys tn the V a, Canada, and EnglamL 1 can in maiiy cases give advice and presenile without seeing the patient, or by letter, by stating general symptoms and giving sex, age, color, andof how long standiug, aud what treatment, if any, has been resorted to, &c. Charges for this, $1, invariably tn lutfiacr. 1 will go some distance for a club or eight, Kidgling or Hermlaed colts or any other work that will ji'stify. W rite me for circulars, rates, Ac A Ti'C'TTfWKK T? IKH Ida all kinds of auctioneering. Have had six years' ex- A-WIM -U-UXV.A1 VJ periency, and have listened tosomenf the best auctioneers In the I". S. and Canada, and caught on to their best ways and met hods of holding a crowd and solic iting bids. Plenty of talk, life and energv. Country "and live sUiek sales a specialty. ckbriety, punctuality and satisfaction guarantee!. Charges beyond competition. Give me a call in this di rection. 1 will save and make you money. I can be found at home, and ready to go, at all times during the next three months excepting on Tuesday and Saturdays of each week, at which times I will be at Bendford's or Snyder s Drug Store, Somerset In acute diseases and diseases of colts, and of the respiratory organs, and In paralysis, diffieul parturition, fractures, injuries, Ac, come at once. A supply of best medicines always on hand Charge reasonable, and iu case of death I will be liberal. Address TPQTIMOVTAT Q Aout years ago I had a heifer that broke her hind leg be- L-" -intO . tween the knee and pastern. 1 called on Mr. Countryman. He set the leg, bandaged it fcc., and gave directions how to treat it during hot weather. Made several visits. The leg got as well aud straight as ever. JOHN HAY, Jefferson Twp. This is to certify that I saw G. F. Countryman perform tbe operation of Neurotomy, (separation of the nerves) in Chronic Navicular Disease. The horse was very lame in the loot before the operation. A fter the operation the lameness had all disappeared. Horse moved oft" seemingly ail right. I think Mr. Countryman understands bis busines. CHAS. WHIPPERMAN, Jenner Township. About the 1st of February last I had a yearling colt that got ita front leg broke about 6 inches above the knee. 1 called on Mr. Countryman, He set the leg, put on starch band age and light splints, put the colt in aline for a few weeks, made several visits, itc. To day the coit is running about all right. The leg is healed solid, straight and of the same length as the other one, and no lump on leg whatever. People should uot destroy animals suffering from broken leg, but send for Mr. Countryman at once. ilUSKd BARCLAY, Somerset Township. Mr Countryman did Ridgling castration me. 11 p in the anatomy and practice of veterinary Medicine and surgery. countr f i r'ad ti seiai man In the community, and should be liberally patronized. r-nmn i a H. H. FLICK. Gettysburg, Pa. G. F. Countryman, V. S., '"""'Sh'iuh?-'"- Jas. B. Holderbaum, Has jvst received Hench & ALL STEEL SPRING-TOOTH HARROW which is a wonderful improvement 'n SPRING-TOOTH HARROW. Teeth quickly adjusted by only TOOTH Ever Invented. The tooth is held in position bv a Ratchet, with which it can lie adjust ed so us Ui wear from 15 to 18 indies off the point of the toutu. w hich is lour or five times as much wear or service as can be obtained from any Sprint-tooth harrow in existence. Call and examine this Harrow, JAMES B. HOLDERBAUM Have Your "A." SIIOWINQ SPECTACLES - t9?x- MTk Properly fitted to the Eyes. X-? . P. L. CASEBEER, OF THE FIRM OF NEFF & CASEBEER lias been to Cleveland, Ohio, and taken a a full ceune of instruction .'fan K S A?eV7 ' fl' SpeC,aClM Pr0Petly' a"J ',M SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES. -Also, a complete set of Test Lenses, to test the Eyes. Give U3 a call. We guarantee satisfaction. No charge for testing eyes. NEFF & CASEBEER, JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS, Somrseet, 1891, KTa JrevfjM. he by Young Ba.l.HW. by Jnillvi.l Inuirunee t L IRsiirunce, I si. Bay. 2 Years old. Will be 1 6 hanils. byfirosjean W,7.KccoM 2.-.V) by Bel innnt M. sire of Nutwot.1 21-4. Weoigewoo.1 dam of Mambrlno iiiullev, 2.1.14. Iiam of Bel- iniic u...Tii.rif.f.rhif ii..fKL i nre u no if nstm wnv S.si)iiil dam Midday by Borbou Chief by Mcmbn- Boston. Importcd Clyde Draft Horse weighing LCionjiounds, has proved hlmwlf a remarkable getter. His year n,m f..iuiu u uf ;u nao lor a uiiee-jcar-oio for me. The operation was skillfully and . for Mr. a car load of the Drumgold FRAME loosening one nut. The liost HOLDER Eyes Tested. fcB." SHOWING SPECTACLES Improperly fitted to the eyes. , 1.- -'i WOOLFS TREMENDOUS CUTS To ppecd the parting with this season's goods, we cut to co.-t anj down below! Tis Letter now to sell at lesi than not to sell at al!.: The moncj-makint' wason is o"er! Hut still there are pile otgoodf! To reduce them but oue mower's work id effective. His name s LOW TRICE! rn hi:a we set to work. The harvest is yours to reap ! Values wonderful beyond all. 4 CHOICE OF 500 FINE AT Choice of 200 All-Wool Suits, actual value $1. reduced to 10. .i0 dc it suits or trousers alone you want, the saving is tremendous ! The active trade of the pat week proves thatthrifty people rc-a-ize this fact! They've bought magnificently ! Still there'3 room and marvelous value for you. So come. WOOLFS', JOHNSTOWN'S John Thomas & Sons' JOHlNrSTO W3ST, PA rr-MAiIMOTH STORE, 240 to 248 Main Street, Is one of the wonders of Johnstown, with its Several Departments. In Department "A" are Dry Goods In Department " B," Boots and Shoes. Ii Department " A" arpets. In Department "D," lothing, Hats, and Furnishing goods. Department " E," Groceries. Department " F," Feed. For Good Goods, Ch:ap Goods, and Seasonable Goods, They cannot be excelled. An examination will convince the most " douMing Thomas " of Somerset County. -HEADQUAKTERS FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. YOU KNOW US! The residents of Somerset County have done a great deal in the past twelve months to build up our enormous trade. They've tried our CLOTHIUG! They have found out that they wear well, and fit elegantly. They are also satisfied with the prices, and know that when they come to us they are in the hands of people who will treat them right. Our New Spring Stock of CLOTHING, HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS IS NOW HERE. EE SURE AND SEE IT. THOMAS, KARR & OGILVIE, NOS, 2Z1 and 233 Main Street, Johnstown, FOR 83 Franklin Street, JQEIISrSTOWIET- Cinderella Stoves and Ranges ! 1 SNDERELLA A. The best constructed Cookim; Store upon the market, and GUARANTEED ti tire satisfaction. The top is made in four .ieces, so that it cannot crack. The onir croe piece is cut in two and supported hy a post, which prevents it from warping. It has an tra deep ash pit with bailed ash pun, and is so constructed that the ashes cannot accumu late under the grate, which is the chief cause of so many grates burning out. BRICK OR IROX LIXLGS, DOl'BLE LIDS ASD CEXTSES, EXTRA LAMS AXD imn OYEXS. Examine the Cinderella " A " before purchasing. Manufactured by DeHAVEN A CO., Limited, Pittsburgh. Sold and guaranteed by JAMES B. HOLDERBAUM, Somerest, Fa Uires where ail else .ils. Pleasant and agreeable to the m&te. i,nimrpTi ma it "" 1 111 I 1 11 1 11 1 jgXFX'UTOR'S NOTICE. E-:!e of far. h D. Miller, late of Stonycreek To. Somerurt ix)., di-c'd Letters testamentary oU the at)OTe mute bavinifbeenirranU'd to the uudeNiijiiwl bv the pnifer authority, nctice in hen-by .-Ivcn 'to al persons 111. Icotui to id estate to make iranieU ate tMiymcnt, and lhre havintr claims or .ie matuls awim.Ht the same will present them dul authenticated for fH.-ulero. rit oo naturdHV M,iv 3i'-h 1M1, at the late residence ofaald rler' i in aud Twp. ABRM. D. JIILLKlt, Execuior. UDITOR'S XOTICE. In the estate of Christian Bender, dee'd Atan(ri.han' ( otirt held at Hom-rwt cn the 7th dayofvemb.r. 1-91, the nn,ler,iimrd duly apnoiite,l AuiHt-ir to make adistnlMition of he fbn.lMn tl.ehndsr,f Wm. Bender. Admini tratorofs-iid l-eIent to and amonir thoe lcirnl- Tt. i J1 11 the above apfmintment on Friday, thesth day of May, ixoi, at hw oflice in Hotnert lloroogh. Pa., when aod waere those interested cau attend. FRED. W. BIE9ECKFR. PTl5- Auditor. We offer open $4 $5, AND $6 PANTS h $3. LEADING MERCHANTS. Churns, Crocks, Tubs, Pulleys, Baskets, Halters, Glass, Paints, Rope, Cuttlery, Glue, Oils, Tools, Pumps, Wire, etc. GO TO in & li DEALERS IX General Hardware, House Furnish ing and Electrical Goods. f ! A . t 1 wn,yuu, xv ummiiw. c OURT PROCLAMATION". WHKSC4. The Honorable William 3 B; President Juilae of the neverU Courts ,4 i'an I leas of the several counties com("i'iK "f ' and Terminer and iJenerul Jail l'h'P'- ' 4 trinl of all capital and other oflenler m 'J,,',. I'istriet, and i.kokok V. I'll s aiidl.'vr ' vir. E.m) , Judum of the CtHirts of 1 'ommon in anI Jnstictn of the Courts of over and ,11 and General Jail Delivery t"r the trial tnl and other offenders in the dainty of lrJ hare issued their precepts, and to nf o r" . for holdiiiK a Court of Common Pleas and 'J?, quarter sessions of the Peace an'l 'e"' Uelivery. and Couru of Oyer and leriaiuo Somerset, oa MONDAY, MAY 25. 139!. fonciE is hereby elTen to all the J"t'", of the n t n an-1 'cace, the Conmer and "iwtaoie j i.l Cmintrof S..mcrset. that they be in there In their proper persons with th"'r!l'i: . onls. InquistUona. examinations ai d lt),;r Mi Itahr IIUIIUI TTU 2L J mcmbranccs, to do thw tntns w. , fc oif.ee and In that behalf appertain u M ' aud al-othey who will prcw-iiteaCTtnstne i oners that are or shall be in the jail ""Lt County, to be then aud there U) pro"" them as nhall be Just, .,.irJ)D. Sherift'.Oitiee. 1SAUiI henff. Aprils, 11 saer'