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I Somerset Herald. Kt'.E K. SCT'LL, Editor. :? 7. (,,r u ii! young at Snyder's ;;,!': in niillinery at !- K. B. CorrETH's. . , j,;;ar fire iit-a Milwauk "j. . .-. i -c c:r"-t. Ture-e, huiuirerJ Vt'ere-:'.-i"eT.-d I.-rmle-ss and many . .' f r mart of sl4,-.n itas e.iiene-1 : Thanking . p.wr.ace in ib- -. and ask ".. ..',, the ni! at I"? l slalJ, W. H. I'HTT. ..f i;-v. J. II- Kno;per, of ; 3! in the Cambria ; u ruirp. wis struck on . k- - jf r.ii -:.J beriouely Messrs. 8. F. auj W. W. Peking, of C!,i cita, arrived in totru Saturiay eTenicg. Tiu-y will remaiu uil;I after the election. Meyers.!a!t had two Eret last wee. The first destroyed a lar-e lenemeDt house occu pied by tlx families. The second did slight damage to the electric licbt plant. Miss Mo!!ie. fourth daivhter of Mr. and " I'b" Walter, formerly of th Is place, cow of Wellington, Kan , was marrie.l cn Tuesday, October lain, to Mr. Charles Rich ardson, a prominent young business man of that city. Wiah Wbleubeiser and Abraham Mus ter, ho were scute-ru-d to the it-niteritiary from this cj.ur.ty in ls-;j f,,r , ttrm of eiev rr. and a half yars. huv regained their lib eny. GjoJ behavior reduced the li-nh of their term of imprisonment. h i i. t i i i . , . mm mill owned by Kston " . ..r,vT. i.K.-.-ini near Trent, " i , r eiiis nirht recently. It m:il tra.ca blew up t r :z f o men. l.i' 3 a . 1 ,V3 c- V . ker his a!si?!anU at iarten have been tept f past we-ek answering the (v.icrles that bare been rjiina the eiection law by ; the county. se i Co. Opening this :: ITat!- .Viaei here that the election be allow! to eat from 7 until af.er the votes n.on Zi ot tiie uw Sev i.f the ion Board I -- a':,; with outsiders until the count Liv !",n c-JPseJ- Thi? means ; r;;:;-r ha.e to carry a luncheja ur f-t. j jfcl.l to be only t'in d-ep;but 1: i -'Twrre a br.iatifu! skia, pure ! ... iy...,i is e":u: il. This is best ae . , ljgi -,- Aeer's Saraprilia in small ,'.. : j It is the m Ml relia'sle -ir---:-5- irj?v Mr Mavaret I'jnaidson, 'b 'irled a: 1'ittsburgh on Sunday. n fr and wide in this section Hj.'H in slavery in Mary- vt-n her freedj a pi;ers in ty ia KM. - s.e 0 :r r.em stork ofjowelry . .:l!ai ihiii.", atid very cheap, just Mii-v K. li. CoKfEjni. ' ','. :il r-. the 17 year-old uon of 1.;::. s: At three o'cl.xJt last Thursday afternoon, in the parlor of the Sjinjrsot Hjus;, Dr. P. P. Ritfer, of Meyersdale, and Miss Lucy V. Kyle, dau;hter of the landlord, ei-Sherirl Kyle, were unitej ia marriage by R:r. B. B. Collins, of Meyersda'e. OnlT verv t!.ie 38 friguda of the family were present. Mr. and Mr. F.:tter will make tbeir homo in the Me-.rojH.U of the county. A number of election officers in different parts of the county bare resigued, probably on account of fear of petting into difficulty through some misrepresentation of the new ballot law. We do not blame them. From ail accounts it will require the wisdom of Solomon to avoid making mistakes in re reiving and counting the ballols in strict accordance with the Act of Assembly. Nearly every cistern and two-thirds of the wells in town are dry as' powdtr borai aad it wouid be utterly impossible to secure a sufficient quantity of water with which to fight a fire in case one should break out. Owners of houses cannot exercise to-j much caation in looking after the fires in their homes, especially on c;ghts when the wind is h Igh as it has been fur the past several nights. A.r.r : - .e ' . -,e:v c hit-nix?.'?, died last Sun- i.erla and wai buried The case of the Commonwealth ts. the otlioersof the National G iard. who caused private lams to be strung up by the thumbs and drummed out of camp, after one half of his head had been shavad, because he proposed three cheers for the man who at tempted to assassinate Chairmsn Trick, of the Carnegie cteel Cj , is now on trial in the Allegheny county courts. The Court decided that it had jurisdiction over the military authorities of the State. i.ilei .v; cemetery on the evening of i--:iv. lit -jui l not he induced to Mrs Muhlenberg and Lsve rexvereil from the K C W:ii!r. of Messrs. A. J. White I .r.. Till. 're and C.othiers. jainbersburg, 111 WX tf.mierset about Njt. 12ih, f L:.- -jtiip'es of Suitings and Overcoat- . atisfai'ti'in read-reJ a: reasonable r i i s 1 I i 1 - y r f,r printing lAi.r,.J election ,. WitcoreUnd county, wa, on a 4iitJ )? the Commissioners, to i i ' .'., of P.f.tbt:rg. Are there no 1 ! a-1. no printers in Oretnshurg. aa :r'J:u -ise-i an J fjreL'tiers scxp t.it sh-.iuld be given tj borne - -. ' 1 .VV rvif l. -t CitB !:!. of It-aJitijr, Las offered :;i p .l-t to any Tei-on who will 6how 1 j i.-..Jje ia the Scriptures whiL-h favors -a i-y ;-ii!klin!r. Conseijucntly, :(-.--t S stiday achoo! scholar and p- is IWz'si county is diilig-ally leaang ir i r.-s! ;:sr every psje in the Bible. a I;-,: a stylish Hat or Bonnet go to Mbs. K. B. CorruoTii'R. I sliiile, rn a?.-d resident of Taint -.'. r. r .-Brft county, was in this city l:r! r the Sts: time in three years. t. aii j is 11 i y.irs of are, has been : ;' r ". , ru! years with rhettmstis j, .. Ui :.!-been within the last two or a- that he has been ahlc to walk. : ,1 i. . : : M l. ::.cy Opening, Tattern Hats, '. :: all we-k. M. M. TtFtiwri l & Co. r I:. ,nia' Itli .r, of New York, the V -'th '.'aro'iniaa, wUj hctured before T-: -l-' lijstits'.e in this place last fall, iTttri-.j - ta:e:i Llad one day last t- W: i-n a'-.T.;t to Jt-part on a boat for r r..':il:n he waa arrestel. giiea 1 : 1 fined jl'io, or 1 forench . K.- savs lie aillaypeal to the fish .ic cjintiiissioners to have the finere- n-iflrvi new line of Stamped Goods Mi--. K. E. CoFieoth's. i i : 1 9 i i i- i 4 " ' ! r lost a'l i'her child from .Ki a-ak'tti: fnr in all from that I T;:-.-. to aj little 2 't V .lie i.o .Led ou thelst. There r.-rsj.ulni twj children, the oldest, ' 'l.r-ir. taj ha b-ea staying with y i -t; j. '! ijt-r. and a hai a'txiut 4 weeks have n,)t had tiie disease yet and ; : '-ti-y .Tity have the j wi fortune to :'. -" ,'. 1 Kt.-j J. 'a -: -'-hir reme-lV-s Ijt scrofula fail, - iri7'--liia. if p'-rsij'ntly ued, ioirs. I'.-:ij a powerful alterative, i:.? til.iil i.f g',1 impurities dt " Z-'-f of s --rofula, aad impart v: : -r to every ii ore of tiia bsdy. . i 'f ':d. 4-i; ; i -i i .-: :i . v 4 : : 4 . i - . . i ' a t . ' ?.:::i..t. n f r 11 l-E-.'-s-i-.y. t ij)Vf a if -: i-a :rj i 'f.u-: iifar AU-.W1S, Pa., is k rr than canty use for Wuea fire broke in the '' Sandiiy after 10? p!a?e as doomed '.Y.fi. He r.-niembered ir, the yard. A bucket -i--i :i--v(a the cider barrels ' b 3- ..j r;jr Three barrels of No. -"-iil.eb;sin?-s. and the fire was : ' with catjars'lvely litile lo-s. c Ls :e Jii-jiag Compaay delre to in ' ntt of Smerset and sur - rojritry th. t they are now pre- ' f :r:.-.. cos! f.,r dorai stic use. The n 1 4-r Ui.t.- ! , of a ctrt-r ouali- f, '": a-i-wd abut Somerset. : !' ' r tn the B.-. r block i ' -ti v- a: vrltiwi. i; "'-T- JI -1, a well-known e: -v i as a , aerator in the or 5 ...r--.-e in rittsburjib, at '' ' a! ''.-'H-i-shurg last Thursday '"" t . the time st fur his wed ' - ! . - e iija'ip, t daughter of a -' r ilv i.rnear tbat place. u : ori a Pennsvlvanta --s at. on wLere the bride - in vailing. Kis fail 1 1 '"'vivli tailor a ccw - h h i to aear at f-'-'t a (6a ca.se of his po... . la is atu-ndiug Uea- ' res y-r. 1 A Co John Reese was sentenced tj a term of six months in the Allegheny county jail and to pay a fine of jO by JuJge Bailington in the I. S. District Court, at Pittsburgh, Iat Wednesday. Oa the same day Wesley Mil ler was given a six months term ia the work house and is to pay a fine cf fo0. Both men were convicted of illicit distilling. E. F. Golier, late postmaster at Fort Hill, es caped with a sentence of thirteen months in the western penitentiary for tatriering with the mails. H is understood that the Park Hotel, in this place, will change hands as soon as the license can be transferred, Mr. " Lew " Van near becoming the new proprietor. Mr. Vannear has been associated with his fath er in the hotel business for a number of years and he will keep the 'T'ark-' up to its preseut high standard. A rumor is abroad that the elder Mr. Vannear will erect a new hotel on the comer formerly occupied by the Glade House, of which he heuame the owner some t::ue since. Charles Bingler, of Addison township, an inmate of the Poor House, became violently insane one day early last w eek and on Thurs day was removed to tha IMxmotit Insane Assylum, at rttaburfih. It required three men to put I'.in.-ler oa board the trein, even afttr bis hands and Ics had been pinioned. At Rockwood hebevaiueso violent that it was necessary to have a physician adniiuif ter a hypodermic injection of morphine before the journey could be continued. Ringier had attempted self-destrnction before he was removed to Dixniout. Tha Electric Light Company turned on the light for an all night service Monday evening, and from now on will charee all consumers. Tae light for the first three or four nights, while the ear'oons were being tested, we understand was gratis. With the introduction of electricity the streets of onr toan are beautifally illuminated. Of course there are two or three points ia town that receive no benelit from the new systt ni and the town council will have to provide light for tha tax payers living on those streets. A ha'f dozen additional lights will furnish sufficient to illuminate 7ery street perfectly. Nearly every store, in the town has intro duced electric lishts. ' Hiawatha'' Lodge, No. 444. 1. O. 0. l, dedicated their new hall at Addison last Friday, and they are now housed in one of the finest secret society buildings in western Pennsylvania. Every lodge in the county was represented at the dedication and a number of visiting Odd Fellows were pres eut from other counties. Dr. Hikok, of Bedford, Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, delivered the dedi catory address at an open meeting held in the afternoon, to an audience that crowded the hail to its full capacity. Iu the evening the Ir. exemplified the unwritten work of the order, after ahich a grand banquet was rved in the lodc room. ' The new build I ig is-joisn feet, two stories high. Tbe first floor will be used as a town ball. "Nobody," says the Pittsburgh Levler, "need With for a prettier, or from varices points of view, a more satifact ory w edding than the one that opened the ga'es of mat rimonial bliss for iiiss Marion Giddings and Dr. William F. Robeson." The cere mony took place last Tuesday in one of r.itsbBrgb'8 leading Episcopal chuiches, whea the bride was given away by her cjitsin, E. E. Kitrnan, Esq. A reception followed at the h-.me of Mrs. R. S. K.irnaa. JJr. and Mrs. Robeson aiil beat home to their friends after D-ocaiber 1st, on Hays street, Xegley place, fcist End, Pittsburgh. M.ss GidJiugs is the ouiy daughter cf Mr. E. J. G.dJings, formerly a rnsident of this county, but for a number of years past a citizen of California. Dr. Rohejoa is one of P.ttsbur Cians. ;Vs most promising young physi- i t Tl. : -Vtos. 5nir.g Tuesdsy, '-".htiue ail we... X-1- 4 - a' S .:i ' ter 1 1 ' ''n f,.j o' i. T. - J. : if liters reaiaining ia the -'set wlil be sent to the - e .f not ciiu f k: i-'-e. Ncveaaber 2. lsyo . U akeney, J. I. : Cbvle. B : E .linn! Vr.im.n . e. Aaron ; Horresty, "aa ; al.-a.,.nJr,'-k Tr.Jn All, V ' er, ( : '--::th. S, 3aiit, Jc3b; Miller s'ior, S. M ; ia.itr, C. ai. fc : Wiceiiia! --a A ; Wilson. Howard '-je-jrij" - V..i.l .... ct..j - ... - .j , I Jo4H J ... h-tnmH from tU rity. - a Ccxiaa. t. M. While '; 7 ois. Hats, Ribbon. V:S' W;n'ir Ties. Veiling. ; '--rmear. etc. Wilt and examine these Roods. Xk. K. B. CoFraoTH. A vicitor in Some-ret the past few days, who had sotne trouble in learning just where he was at, inasmuch as many changes have taken pla in cur surroundings since be le:t .Somerset ccnaty talrty-thres yeirs ago, was Mr. W. M. McMiiien, of Atlantic, Iowa. He is a eon of J. S. McMiiien, for merly of Lower Turkey foot township, now of West Liberty, Iowa, and he is related to the McMilltns of Ad hstin and Jliddlecreek tawnshijjs. Although just in the prime of l.fe Mr. Mc Ml Ilea has accumulated enough of the where-with-all to enable him to retire frora active business and for the pail four or C.e years he has devoted ail of his time to pursuing what has been a "fad'' or his Sir twenty-live years, collecting rare and valua fc.ecunoe, oiuii he now baa collection worth c:any thousands of dollars. "I have a photograph here J want to sboff you," he cairi to a Herald reporter Monday morning, as hecarcfally oawraped alarge Sized picture. " This is a photograph of tht largest steer in the world. I felt that I was able to on him so I concluded to buy him and exhibit him at the World a Fair. He atands 6 feet 4 inches high ; measures 11 fc-et 1 inch frora horns to rump : ia 2 fet 9 inches across the hips ; girth measurmtnt 10 feet 11 inches ; from brisket to top of should ers 4 feet 11 inches; weight C7tO pounds. He is poor, as you see, and I am afraid to fatten him for fear Lis legs iil ruX rapport bit weight. He ia 6 years old and I have a standing offer of f J t"- for him. I have bamed bim "Jumbo" and have exhibited hiii to canagers of the World a. Fair on ihree diTrenl4ccaai'jis this the past sum mer." Mr. licMillen left boaerset Monday nd will make a tour cf the gouibera States befjre returning to his borne. PRITTS ESCAEP8 AFTER BEING CAPTURED. A Public School Opened in tha "Moon shine." District. About ten days ag3 Gsorge Fisher, the one-armed d!ecf.ve who has been erased In bunting for illicit stills in the moonshine district of this county for the pat ix months, called at the County Commissioners ofEce and inquired whether the reward otlered for the capture of" Bill Pritta, charg ed with the murder of the late Jonathan Hochstetler, had been withdrawn. Being assured that it bad not and that $00 would bs paid to the raptors of Prills by the Com missioners, he express-.! a wiilingness to " hag"' the aforesaid William and deliver him to the Sheriff. N jthiiig has since been beard from Fijher, but Thurslay well au thenticated report was received from Trent p jsiouice saying that Fisher and two other niea had surprised Prills, who was engaged at making shinies in a shanty near his home oa tha Fayette coun'y sida of the mountain, aad after asiiort chase through the woodi overhauled hitu au i led him cap tive to his house. P.iits wis granted per mission to collect a few od 1 s and ends to bring with him tjjiil and while he waa thus engaged 1 0 or three of his sons, assist ed by the feaiule members of the Pritu faaa ily and several neighbors; who happened to be present, attacked Fishsr and his compan ions and drove thm from the hoa-e. Liter in the day, after Fisher and his twj fellow captors, had abandoned the idea of recaptur ing their man, Pritu was conducted to a place of safety by members of his family. To thecre lit of the p-wple inhabiting the muchtalkcdoi moonshine district it is to I said that they have determined t ) rive Pritts out of that country and to hand him over to the officers of the law a- saon as op;ortuni tv oiTers. They have also determined to drive away all the members of the famous "Freundshofi" and" New Constitution'' or ganizations who return to their former law less occupation, and if it is possible will ive that community a character sacomt to none in the county for order and sjbriety. O ily recently a public sc hool has been opened iu the " moonshine" district and if it is per mitttd to continue throughout the term it will live the honor of beiue. the first public school taught in that district in a nnmber of years. A gentleman, who recently visited the ichool says it presented one of the most pitiable sights he e;cr witnessed. Many of the scholars are young men and women, eighteen to twenty years of age, and are only now learning the letters of the alphabet and it appears to be harder work for them to master their' a. b.c's" than it would be for them to perform a day's labor upon their fathers' farms. 1'hcy are all delighted with the school, howver, and have named it the " Columbia Scheol." Large Republican Meeting at Rockwood. The Republican meeting held at Rock wood on Wednesday evening last, was one of the largest and most enthusiastic politi cal meetings ever held there. Liberal sub scriptions had lieen made towards procur ing the Meyersdale brass band for the occa sion. I'pon its arrival the band plaved sev eral lively pieces in front of the Merchant's Hotel, and then marched to Phillippi's Hall where the people had alrf.lv began to atsemble. The Hall was aooa cro.v LI to its almost capacity, among the number be ing a few ladies. The meeting was called to order by J. D. Miller, who nominated Hen ry Werner for President, Hon. E. V. Mil ler then nominated a number of well-known citizens for Vice Presidents and aiecretaries. J. D. Hicks, Esq , was then introduced and was received with loud applause. Mr. Hicks, in an hour's sH.-ech, showed clearly that it ia to the interest of the country that the Republican party be kept in power. He contrasted the condition of the country un der a protective tariff with the period of free trade. He ciost d his admirable address with a glowing tribute to Harrison as the soldier's friend, and who responded whea his country ca'ied him while Cleveland sent a substitute. This should be sutKcieut cause itself to elect Harrisca. The people of R'Xikwood and vicinity were very favorably impressed with their next congressman, J. D. Hicks. Mr. Hicks was followed by Mr. Blake, of Altoona, who presented some strong facts bearing on the issues of the day, and who was listened to with close attention. Senator N. B. Critchfield then took the Moor. The Si:ator was at his best and made one of his happiest speeches. His anecdotes brought forth peals of laughter, and when he was in his sober words the audience fol lowed with cioe attention bis enunciations of Republican doctrine. Hon. A. J. Col horn made the closing ad dress and though it was getting late, bis bursts of enthusiasm kept up the interest to the end. After giving three lousing cheers for Harrison and Reid, the meeting, which was said by many to have been the most successful ever held in Rockwood, adjourn ed. The band paired the time after the meeting until the night express east, in playing some of Uieir favorite pieces. X. Comes Weil Recommended. With regret we learn of the departure frora this placa of Superintendent A.J. Full en and his corps of salesmen of the Wrought Iron F-ange Company, who have Leen in this vicinity for the past four. montLs. When these iiu.11 arrived we would have pronounced them as "fakers"' ard doing bus iness in a reckless manner, bad not we for merly heard of tie Home Comfort Compa ny. They came here contracting and deal ing cvul their are in the most orderly and gentlemanly style. We visited their ware room and took a look through the range they were selling and wete much snprised to find a rang,- e'knd the test to which Mr. Fullen subjected it to, and for comfort and convenience the article is well named. These men have sold live Lend red and four of their ranges to the most thrifty tradesmen and farmers of our community, nearly all of whom have given the best testltconialsof the high merit of the Home Comfort. These ranges were ail sold a t one stipulated price, either cash or notes, and the notes are never sold or thrown into hanks for collection, as other firms do, but are presented at the door by the Coinpsny in the tan.e gent'mtanly manner as the range was sold at Erst. In conducting tLeir business here they Lave al aays been prompt to pict-t every emergency and bave s Hit considerable rash in our midst. They fully dterve the esteem of any place they may chance to go. Their next location will be at Indiana, Indiana county, Pa. Fayette Xouitar. A Peculiar Accident. Oa Thursday evening Mrs. Nathanel Harccr, of ilooversville, met with a peculiar and serious accident. She bad a pair of scissors In her hand, and while pasiog from one door to another she slipped, when the door was slammed in such a manner as to ran tbe scissors int the flesh of the left arm. Tbey entered to the depth of several inches, with the blades slightly apart, when they were snapped together, cutting otT the main artery. The blood (lowed in alarming profusion, but Dr. I. C. Barlott, who hap pened to be near, was at once summoned, and, with the assistance of her husband, succeeded ia stopping the flow of blood be fore she became exhausted. It was very for tunate that the doctor was present, as bad there been three minutes delay the woman would hare bled to death. After the Sow of blood was slopped, the doctor rucoeeded in getting the injury d rested, so that it is thought no permanent injury will follow. Modern Housework May be done more easily, more convenient ly aad with less expense on the Cinderella Range than with many others ; all tbe old objections to ranges removed. It will save yon time, money and hard work. It is good baker and is sold with that understand ing. Sold by James B. Holderbaum, Som erset, Ta. Lot for Sale. One lot for sale adjoining Mrs. Jane Pogb, on Eist Water Street. For particulars call pn Mrs. Jane Pugh, the undersigned. Ji5t Ptoa. One Woe Doth Tread Upon Anoth er's Heel So Faat They Follow." The County Commissioners bave bad "a peck ol trouble" aver since they entered up on tbe work of preparing for tbe election to be held r.e xt Tuesday under the Baker Bal lot Law. But the past week troubles have red so fast one upon another that they may well have wished Representative Baker and bis law at the bottom of tbe sea or the bot tomless pit. To begin with, whea the copy was prepared for the printer to print the tickets, the name of George H. Hoek ing, of Meyersdale, was inserted as the candidate fir Congress of the Prohibition party. Wed nesday n'orning when the otticial certificate of nominations from the ortice of the Be. re tary of the Commonwealth was received, it was observed that while the names of John C. Speicber and John C. Rsitz appeared up on it aa the duly nominated candidates of the Prohibition party in this county for Representatives, tbe name of Mr. Hockiug, candidate for Congress, was omitted. A tel egram waa immediately sent to Secretary Harrity inquiring iuereaaon why Mr. Hock ing's nomination was not certified. A reply was received stating that tberewere no pa' pers on Cle ia the Secretary's oftice that wouid warrant such action. The same petition that was forwarded to the Secretary of the Commonwealth asking that tha nominations of Messrs. Speicber and Reitz be certified also asked for the cer tification of Mr. Hot king's name as the can didate of the Prohibition party for Congress in the :ih district. Blair county alone cast enough votes at the last general election for the Prohibition candidates to entitle that party to a district nomination and under the provisions of the law setting forth that where any political psrty which polled three ir centum of the entire vote may make and certify nomina tions in any electoral division or district of the State, notwithstanding the fact that they may have polled less than three er centum of the entire vote cast in said district they were clearly entitled to make a nomination. The probable reason why Mr. Hacking's nomination was not certified is because it waa not properly made. If our recollection is correct Mr. Hocking was nominated by a Prohibition convention held at Meyersdale, last April, without the formality of a district conference and without all of the counties in the district being represented. Friday evening, afier nearly all of the of ficial ballots bad been pri ited, a telegram was received at the Commissioners' and Sherifl's offices, signed by A. L. Tildeu.LV-p-uty-Sccretary of the Commonwealth, saying the nomination of David D. Itlauch had been certified as the candidate for Conxress of tbe People's party. This piece of infor mation had a startling eilect upon tbe Com missioners and the Sheriff. The latter had just fiaished posting his official proclama tion to the electors of the county in the last of thirty-riine districts. Afresh lot of post ers containing the name of Mr. Blanch were printed that night and Saturday night found them up in the places ccupied the previous day by the original proclamation. It re quired prompt action cn the part of the Sheriff but be performed the work success fully. The Commissioners' Clerk, Mr. Wer ner, betook himself to Meyersdale and soon had the fieguler's piess turning oulanew lot of ballots containing B'.auc'u's name in the People's party column. Probably tbe most surprised man in the district u Mr. Blauch when he learned tbat the powers that be at Harrisburg had decided that he was to run for CongTess. When the last day expired for filing peti tions for nominations, it was publicly an nounced that Mr. Blauch and his friends had boen unsuccessful iu their efforts to se cure the re-juisite number of signers to his petition to have his name printed on the of ticial ballot, and since that time it has been generally understood that he had abandon ed the idea of becoming a candidate alto gether. Tneotticial certificate of Mr. Blaach's nomination was not received by the County Commissioners until Monday morning and when it did come to hand there was noth ing on the enveloje in which it was enclos ed to indicate where it had come from or where it had been mailed. It is the opin ion of several of the leading attorneys at the Somerset county bar that Mr. Biouch's name was eertitied loo late to appear upon the of- ' Ccial ballot in accordance with law and that by reason of its appearing there the election iu this county will be invalidated. The same stale of afiairs exists ia twenty two other counties in the State, nearly all of them strongly Republican, and it is a matter of serious doubt whether a majority of them can bave their ballots printed in time to be distributed as tbe law requires. It locks very much as though there was a conspiracy abroad to defc.tt tbe will of a majority of tbe voters not only of this Con gresaional district but of the entire Com monwcalth. 2-1-4 Centu Per Pound, The Johnstown flood wire is all sold, but we have received from .the factory a lot of barb wire which will be sold at two twenty five per hundred pounds. Guaranteed to stand stretching. This is a good bargain Call and sec it JaS. B. HoLDERBAirX. Republican Meetings. Iu ad lition to those spoken of in the last issue of tbe llr.tALD Republican meetings were held last week at Confluence, Ihck wood, Salisbury, Meyersdale, Berlin,, Wills Ctinrch, bhanksvilie and Friedens. These meetings were all well attended and very considerable enthusiasm was manifested. The meeting at Msyersdale, Thursday even ing, was an old-time Republican rally and the large crowd was more than pleased with the eloquent and forcible address of the lion. John Ealiell, of Pittsburb, who was the principal speaker of tbe meeting. Candidate Hicks spoke at ail the meet ings and Hrn. A. J. Colborn, Senator X. B. Critchfield and John W. Blake, the latter of Altoona, Blair county, spoke at most of them. If the numbers in attendance at these meetings and the interest and enthu siasm manifested arc any indication, the full Republican vote of the county will be polled next Tuesday. Meetings will be held this week at Edie, Lavansville, Gideon, Jeu ner X Roads, and, perhaps, at several other points. A Modern Marvel. When the Pittsburgh TUna took posses sion of its sptendid buildinj last April, its publishers promised that the Tir.et woulej erow ia cxceilcae In the same proportion as its quarters have been enlarged. Tbe Timet had already won snch a proud posi tion among the newspapers of the country that there was genera! curiosity to know bow the promise would be redeemed. That curiosity has been most pleasantly gratified. The Tuna has been so enlarged, and so many new features have been added, that it is every here citfd as a marvel of modern journalism. The chief wonder is that a newspaper, so complete in every respect, can be sold for cne cent a day, or $3.t0 per year, little more than the cost or a first class weekly paper. If any of oar readers are not familiar by personal inspection with the merits of the Tiu,u, we advise them to send for a sample copy, which will be mail ed free to any address. If there is no agent for the Tuiies in your locality it will pay you to write to the Tim for terms to agents. The Drought Continues. Such ia the widespread extent and severi ty of the drought, that as it continues from day to day its effects are really decerning ;. palling, and there seems to be no prospects of its ending. What are regarded as sure signs cf rain in the morning pass off by coon, clouds vanishing, which were suppos ed to be charged with water, without a drop failing to the parched earth. The condi tions art certainly unprecedented, and if a change ia not soon bad the suffering of man and beast cannot be otherwise than distress- Removed I Dr. G. J. Beachy has removed his Dental Rooms and Residence to No. 64. Bedfoid St., four doom frora City Hail, Cumberland, Md. Columbus' Eclibsa. When Columbus bad landed in the new world be bestirred bis wits to think cp some harmless bit of strategy whereby be could make the natives respect ted fear Lira. He bad more than once brought hit superior knowledge Into play, during his lorg west ward veysge, in order to quiet the mutinous spirit of his crew, and new again did he devise a plan that served as a safeguard for himself and bis little fleet. Columbus told the natives that at a certain Lour of cer tain day, then near at band, darkness wouid spread across the rky at noon and the sun would lake upon itself the color of blood. And, sure enough, at the time thus forset all hapiiened as he bad said. This act tuade a tua'ked impression upon the minds of the natives and gave the Admiral an ascendency that could not otbwwise have been obtained. But what really did our Christopher do? He merely foretold an eclipsa of the sun an October cclitee cf which last Thursday's sbaodwing was a reenntig event. The shade appeared on the sun at 5 min utes and 50 seconds after 12 o'clock, just 1') seconds late. It disappeared at a few seconds after 3 rue! o'clock. Tbe point of contact was 4 degrees from north on the western limb. At the time of greatest obscurity a little less than two fifths of the sun's surface was visi ble. The eclipse was visible at all points on the North American continent except the ex tie me western projections. It was also visi ble from the West India Islands, from thai portion of South America lying immediately north of the equator and from the Azores Islands, but not from Europe or Africa. The eclipse lasted 3 hours and SO seconds and covered about three-Gibs of the sun's surface. It could be plainly seen with the aid of a small piece of smoked glass. The once mysterious phenomenon of an eclipse is now thoroughly understood. It is no longer regarded as the act of a malignant spirit, but is recognized as a purely physical phenomenon, due to the opaque body of the moon intervening let ween tbe observer and the sun. As the moon revolves about the earlb once each mouth, it must once in each lunar period pass between the sun and the earth. Usually, however, it passta above or below the sun, aud is invisible. It is only when its course leads it directly across the sun's face that it is seen at ail, and then only as a jet black surface Hotting cut a portion or occassional iy the whole of the sun's disc. When the situation of the observer coincide with a line drawn through, the center of the moon sail the sun the eclipse is total, or annular. Wheu, as in this eclipse, the line of right docs not correspond exactly with the centres of the two bodi t portion of the sun is always visible and the eclipse ia described as partial. Easy to Manage. The Cinderella Range is easy to manage, many other ranges are not. The construc tion of Ihe Cinderella admits of plenty of air under the grate, which prevents it from burning out, and every provision is made for cleanliness. Examine it before you buy. Sold by James B. Holderbaum, Somerset, Pa. Republican Meeting at Shanksvllle. bH4NKSTII.Lt, Oct. ol, 1392. E DiToa Herald : One of the largest and most enthusiastic political meetings, that has been held in this township kr a good many years was organ ised at this place, shortly after one o'clock Saturday afternoon, by the election of the following named officers : President, C. A. Brant ; Vice Presidents, J. J. Walker, J. K. Will, Chauncey Lowry, Peter T. Miller, J. J. Rayman, Joaiah Kirnniell, William Wei le, S. B. Yoder and Jelferson Kirr.raell ; Secre- uriss, M. J. Snyder, Dr. L. F. Miller. Geo. M. Keefer and Jacob Kncpper. Tbe meeting was addressed by J. C. Low ry, Esq., of Somerset, and J. D. Hicks, and W. Blake, Esq's., of Altoona. The speak ers were roundly applauded and the meet ing adjourned with three cheers for Harri son, Reid and the whole Republican ticket. The stalwart Republicans of old Stonycreek township are fully alive to the importance of the coming election and tbey will beat the polls to a man on November 8. If every township in the county will do as well as Stonycreek the Republican majority in the county will not fall below t!5W. Jtertfiucax. MRS. HARRISONS LAST WORK. A Loving Memento to be Sent to Eve ry One of Our Woman Reader. Mrs. Harrison could not have left t more loving memento to tbe women of America than the work she did for them before her last sickness. It is a magnificent work of art, a Bunch of Orchid, painted by ber ia the White House, from an orchid raised in the White House. It is lovingly dedicated to the mothers, wives and daughters of America ; and the productions are so per fect, that last August, when a proof was submitted to Mrs. Harrison at Loon Lake, for ber approval, the thought it was her own original painting. Demorest's Family Mag azine has the boner of being the medium through which these valuable pictures (12 1 15 inches) were presented to the wctuen of America. They are not for sale; but we will now tend one to any mother, wife or daughter who wi'l enclose three two-cent stamps to pay for transportation, packing, etc These exquisite mementos, bearing Mrs. Harrison's autograph end portrait, will soon he beyond price, aipi should be secured at once. Address DEMonr.'T'a Familt Mao azisb, )5 East U'.h Street, xCw York. Tha Pansy for November, is at hand, in a bright new cover, suggestive of the Columbian year and its interests. With this cumber the ':uy magazine eaters upon a new year, and judging by the gocd tilings included in the present contents, it begins in good earnest. Mrs Isabella M. Allien Pansy) and Ms.jaret Sidney, each bave a new serial, tbe latter being Colum bian Year Sketches. Shorter stories and sketches, poems, anecdotes, all by our bright est and best writers, with the popular Junior Christian Endeavor Department constitute aa excellent number ofaa excellent maga zine. Price $1 00 a year; 10 cents a number. D. Lotbrop Co., Publishers, Boston. Our Little Men and Women for No vember has two good Thanksgiving stories. There is likewise the story of two Poland donkeys, with fine illustrations, and a Tiptoe March with a pretty picture. A Boy and a Girl, The Studio Dolls, and Talks by Queer Folks are as interesting as can be. Joker and his Relations do some very strange things. Home, Sweet II imt is a sweet story which points an excellent moral. Wi'h its large and small picture, verses and rhymes. Lili't Men and ll'vuiea is as charsuing as ever. Price IWi year ; 10 cents a number. D. Lothbop Co., Publishers, Boeton. Pennsylvania's Schools. The department of Public Instruction fur nishes tbe following statistics relating to the ptib'.ic schools of Pennsylvania for the school yea.- ending Jane G. 1S91 Number of school districts in the State, 2,.ViS; schools, 23.0J; graded schools, 11, 4sX; superintendents, 124 ; male teachers, 8,1)2; female teachers, 17.170 ; whole num ber of teachers, 25 ,o'it ; average salaries tf male teachers per month, H2.15; ferns' e teachers, f ll 41 ; average length of school term in months, 7.77 ; pupils, 'J77,o3 ; aver )je number of pupils, 7u3,7I9. Total cost of tuition, building, fuel and contingencies, $14,329,140.47; Utatt appropriation, $2,000, tWJ. Compared with the preceding year, endirg June 1, lfHl, tbe net increase in Lumber of districts was 20; increase in number of schools, 552; increase in number of graded schools, 5 Vi ; decrease in number of mala teachers, 9; increase in number of female teachers, 433 ; increase in salary of male teachers per month. $1.50 ; increase in sala ry of female teachers per month, $0 51 ; in crease in school term in months, .01 ; in crease in cumber of pupils, S.022 ; iacreate in cost of tuition, $xi5,201.H ; increase in cost of building, purchasing and renting, $102,161.29; increase iu cost of fuel, cotilin g r.ciea, debt and interest paid, $S10,431.4S. JBLICAH MEETINGS. and Meetings will be held at the following times and places, when the issues involved in the great political battle now being wag ed will be presented and discussed by able ftrt-akers : Wednesday " 2. 1 P. M. I-avansvlile. Thursday, Nov. 3, I " " Cidton. Saturday, Nov. 8, 1 P. M., Jenner X. Roads. Information and instiuctions in regard to casting a legal ballot under the new ballot law, will be given by competent persons at each of tb above meetings. Other meetings will be announced in due time. Geo. R. StfLL, F. W. Bieseiker, Secretary. Chairman. Mt. Morlah Items. Mrs. Hiram Oardner is paying a visit at the home of her son, H. U. Gardner, in Johnstown. The latter't wife ia seriously sick. Mrs. Daniel Steffi has been in very feeble health fora long time, suffering from paral ysis, and requires constant attention. Her husband, the ex -Judge, has been constantly at ber side, but during the pan week be too baa taken tick and for sevaral days was not expected lo live. The Lutherans will bold their quarterly convention at the Homer church next Sun day, Nov. C:h. Dr. Crist spent Columbus day in Pitts burgh. From bis dt scrption of the parade and the diie-imtior.s he saw there they must have been unusually flue. Samuel Tbonies Les removed from Ncab Biesecker's farm into hi3 new house cn the Jonas Maorer farm. Hucksters are numerous, but butter and eggs and general produce are very scant. There is very little political ta'k in this r.e'ghoorhood. About all one hea-a is tca" ert! condemnation of the foolishness on the part of the-se who bad the authority and who have seen f.t to Conq-el the voters of this end of yuemahoning township to go a mile farther out of their way, to Sprucelown, to vote. X. Stonycreek items. Farmers down this way are taking advant age of the warm and d'y weather to get their corn husked. The crop is ore-third short this season, owing to the drouth. Some of our supervisors wonld do mere towards improving the roads if they would baul aud break t few loose stone on them. Either this should be done or the loose stone on the roads should be removed. Wild turkeys are very plenty this fail. Sam Walker and Jeff Landis chased a drove for t half day recently. Jerl says he wound ed one. We b-ipe he will get close enough to kill it the next lime he goes banting. Mr. Daniel Schrock gave an old time ap ple snitting one eight last week. All of bis ntlghlors were present and report having bad a most en joyable time. Jos! ah Moshol ler's new hue' is receiv ing the finishing touches at tbe hands of the carpenters. It will be one of the handsomest bouses in the township when completed. Nearly everybody down this way is busy threshing. s - The Cholera Scare. If indeed the dreadful disease should be come epidemic in our land why not protect yourself in time? Every physician will tell you that a stimulant is absolutely necessary to assist in mastering the diseas", and ail first-chirs physicians agree upon one man's liquors for purity, tire and resonable jTicts. They refer you lo Max Klein, of Allegheny, Pa., who will upja application mail you free of charge a complete catalogue and price list of the cany kinds of liquors for sale by him. Ilia "Silver Age Rye'" at $l.io per quart, is not equalled. His "Duquesne" at it.iio has no superior. His bottling of Guefceaheiratr, Fi.ich, Overboil, Gibson aud Bear Creek at 1 iw jer lull qcs.t cr ti quarts for $5.00 are ail reiiable and purx Pennsylvania Rye Whiskies. For Braudie-s, Gin or Wines, either imported or domestic, no other liquor store in the state can or will do as well f r jou. Addiees Max Kl.11.1 ,2 Cet Your (iun 1 Winchester, Colt, Marlin, Remington and Flobert Rii'es, Muzale Losding, Breech Load ing, Rebounding Hammers, Ilaoimerless and Semi Hammerless Shot Guns in great variety at J. 2. Holderbaum's Hardware Store, Somerset, Pa. Also a complete line of loftded Shells, Cartridge?, Reloading Tools and gun repairs, Hnnling Coats and Cart ridge Beits. Come and see theai, J. B. HolDEKKCK. MARRIED. MILLER RWER. At ths' residence of Abram Muscor, J.i Sotuerset Borough, on Friday, Nov. 2S, 1 02, by Elder Peter Vo gel, Mr. Abrara Millar, cf lcxbap;, Pa., and Miss Clara Rii'-r, ot Hyndmau, fa. Kur.Nii-FRIEDI.IKE.-Oii October 9 1.-H2. at the Ryforme-J pa-or.a;re, rsomersat. Pa., by Hiram Ktcg, Mr. Frank E. Korns and a! :ss Felicia II. Friodi'ne, Roth of Jen ner X Roads, Ta. VANNEAR HOFFMAN. Ou Oct. 12, ljt, althe Reformed parsonage, Somerset, Fa., by Rev. Hiram King, Mr. Lewis Welty Vacaarand Mrs. Carrie HuiTuitn, both of Somerset, Pa. FISHER TAYM AN. On Oct. ISth. at the home of the bride's parents, LevansvU!, Andrew S. Fisher, a member of the Bedford county bar and Misa Lilliaa, daughter of Mr. aLd Mrs. David Taynian. RAYMAM SCHROCK On Ihe twenty third day of October, by Rev. Phillip Cupp, at his rteldence ia Somerset township, Mies Minerva C Rayicau, of Stonycreek town ship, and Mr. Irvin A. Sohrock, of Stony creak township, Somerset county. DIED. SHAFFER. At his hrme near Friedens, Sept. 25th, 1st) 2, aged 71 years, 11 months anj 21 days Henry bbatfer was a respected citizen, kind father and husband, and a faithful and influential member of the Lu theran church at Krieuens, for upwards of i" years. Com. t r - V Afra. Amanda ralalry For many years an esteemed eomir.unieant ot Trinity Episcopal ehureh. Newburuli. X. Y, always aay "Timwk Yew" to Ilmxl's Sar sapuriHa. She suBere-.l tor yeurs leoui Kewas and pterefalit soies en her l.--e, lie.nl au-l ears, makuiit tier ue.if nearly a ye J. anil affect ing her sitfiiU To tiie surprise ol her int-uii Hood's Sarsaparilla lias efteeW a cure and she esn now tienr sn1 aeeaswell aseer. Kor jkii lienli re ot her ease send toC 1. Ilooui; iu., i-orll, Ui. Hooq'S Pills r "u. i-a a teet is soodiiioet, propoeUuo and sppcaraac. Absolutely Safe for capital. Certain to Make Money. E jtlit per cent, to start with. Buy a $ 1"0 or a $1 fl bond at rer cecu with option to share in great pre fits. If yon feel inter ested send your name to F. IIfs.sr, Mil ford Station, Pa , and you will te famished with ciiculars, etc,, concerning the safest and grandest enterprise of Ihe age. Hoods I Hoods! Home Knit Hoods always in stock at V;. K. B. Corriyvrri's. niTOUS NOT1CK flavin Uvn ii!y nf-.inu-el .u!:tnr tv th? Oril(m C'Hirt In tlit U fl-i!t To 5-JHrirr.;t t!i fun!! lit hnfct of ?m h --mr to !m1 ft ti fctmt it.m?U :;Tmitlf.l .fit-Tr". I lird-v n;ve ivui4 it at 1 will !trH't to tht tiLik-of ail i inf im ut. at mT ortit- ia rnep't, i'.. oo Fri day, Not. nth, K', when a&ej where ail parties ii.Uft-wUtl can attend. oeol r. grrru A'.itliuir. A PMiyiSTIUTOirS NOTICE. Estate of Jacob Weaver, late cf r&iiit tow u hip, bonier.-! rotiQiv, . L?tierof A.lniiinsiRt.nou tiie abva fre h anli, b-n KiaaiU-i totfie ua4?rttne.! by pr-jH;r aiiihftritr, notice is htrtly given to ail p-roQH inte.eil Wi .-aid ttMie tu mait irr.aieui ile f avimint, and tb')M bavin? claims atraiut the Mine will inMit ihem dulf anihentM-ate'l tti tvrtti int-nt, on Friday, Irtt-ra'icr n, !-yj, at tha reaidtrnte of tbe Adicinulrator iu Mitl Uw U ili p. A. P WKAX'EK. F. W. Bfoe?ker, Attorney. Adiuitusuator. DMISISTIUTOira NOTICE. i-aiaCc of MatkiftA aulK, l&tc of Somerset town fcCtp, dec tl. lttersof atdmintranon n the abvre en a fa having bcn framed to tbe unialpned by tbe pntfsor authority notice Is hereby civM. u ail prna indefjiti.! to aaid estate to mate imitli ate payment, and tho Laving cia:ainaKai:it the lame witl present them duly ainbentu'ated for beUlfmeut on Saturday. Ixember 3d, ai Hie o3.ee of John IL Ciil, FiM in Somerset Bor on1 MICHAEL V. PHArLIS, AdminiMral'ir. A D M I X 1ST I . A TO ITS NOTICE, Hate of 1W Mavr, late of Larimer to n ship, KoniertH't rouiuy, I'a.. der'd. Letter of Administration on the above estate haviiic ittn e ranted to the nnderMjrned t7 the proper authority, notice in hereby Ktven U all fr"iitf indebted uaid eMate to inane itn medi ate payment aud thore having c a:ni a.a r-t '.he mme w ill preaeut them duly aibeuti ated for tt lenient, on or before Saturday, tbe 10: n day yf leveinbcr, 1JH at the late rwdent'e of d. JurfX MA.,K, Admiui5titor. A DMIXIsTliATOR-S' XOT.'CK. Btte of n--nry J. Baker. la:c of Liceoln Twp. l etters rf A'tniln'.'tratton.. a the shove ette having been irrntet to the uix1t: jti I bv tle pniper solt.oriti. noili-e Is hen-by f,stn U all .-rsoi mlt-Ki-i u saol eiaie lo insko imri(ii ate payment and taose Bavmceiaiins ai-a;tit tne Mine Kill preset'! ini-a iln.v a-.trienii'-ateil f- r M-clemi-nt. on ie he.'ore r ri'lsv, .Novcu.ber iih, l-.-J, st ia.j reaidt u'-e .,f 1." ?1!m.s l. HAKFE, J.S atl.VSrii A-ltuiDistnicorsK. St-'iteol evmra.l Hahet. late of Irimer ton n nij, soieiet Lo., Pa . lec d. lttertof A-iininL.tratton on tM erats hsvir be-a rrntcl to Hie unat-rs:nt-d bv ihe pr'(i r aothir;tv, maiee uheretiy it:ven U all Is.tm.i.s iinleb!etl lo Mid estate to rrace tmmsi;st y ciect. aud ttnise bavin claim aes'ti-.! tiie ssine will present them -(uiv a::;)imiiaiei f-r w-ntr-t4 the ssul Ki-e iitun at the tsie ren.lenre of said d is ease-1, oa r'sturds. -v. s. 1-oj, JvHN W EISLfcK. Admin stirs us. XLCUT0IW MJTICE. lathe estate ef Jo::a:haa P. Mi'.ler, i!ei-eaeJ. tiers tesnnen:ftrr oa :bU estate havlnf bee . issued t. t! " underiRi:ed by tt.e prop authority, noti- is Lert:iy Riven lo a. I person iDd-biel t said etaie tt msk9 immli ate peviiirm, aud thwe harii:? i ia n a?eit the iAux lit present them duly auiLeuueaird for jit:u-:iU to Ihe uuderi.n. d. ANSA J. M1LI.FR, Exteutorof Jtna:haa I. Jl.uer. D iSiOLUTION N0TICH Xotire h here-v riven th-.t the t artneivt.-n nr J.unt tia-intwiif Jti'.ti H. aud John J. Hri:-r. tirm and bni:ie.- ifwiiiir into the jvessnn John J, Homer, by w nuin ail joiiu deu- lien fore made are to be paid. JA"'OB II. H'ir.NER, Oct. 1, ls.O. JullS J. HOK.Vi.K. Hie f rl'BLlCSALE Valnalls Real Estats ! The anelenftmed fiirvlrinar svnitnr of Daniel Byfr, late of Miuthan.ptcii townsb.p. Stimarvt erHinty, l'a det'.l, will vrn to puhiic a.e oa the feirtzi, in said unMp, oa Friday, Nov. 25, 1892. st 1 oeiook P. M.. the fo'.Iowtnr dsaerbeel real e:a:e, lau-the pr.;frtv of I auirl l!..T-r. dee d. A certain farm situate in tle township of uthantpt.-n, t inmty of Somerset and ataie of Prtinyivania. a1 otntiiK lnds of Jt:n Iy'ii eiat?-, Win. Euu-nck. Solomon e'on p At.rmaam Boy-r. A. Vi umota and (ert:ar o'hers coiitain tnic 170 acre sore or !e" : underlaid ita e.l that lsojien and it rt ifoality. ol hii !i there is atoii' loo acn.1 cleared, t-.!i;ire we.l timbered. Alv a tine miu i'mi, ith kettls in wail, line apt'le or'-har-i an t othar smiiil fniit of roisi t-ar- rs. Th'-iriain on the fajin sofnltsl out resrrv el. ar.d fu.i s'""e-"i"ii g' v.-n 1t xn ivsa Tiie i:r-hacr may ijo an t r.ow for prin crtf), b'.lt not to uij-ire cre-jis r interfere :tn tenant. TERMS : V; eh of which ti m-.it lie paiil down on day of asle. balance of hand nvtm-v aa soo a di-ei is mai. the 13th of November l"t. and li!auee yih ember, I'M. wltttout ltitsrrst titldue. 1'be iMvinei-.is u ats-nrvt by jii'ts ment bonds ou ihe laud wita exetupticn ciaui .herein. Aoi'.AflAil BioYFR, Purviving Pxecutor .f l-at.:el Bojer. dee'd- JJUDLIC SALE. -or- Vanabh Real Estats. F;muant to on.er of the Orf han Conrt of SNimcratrt rounry. Fei.-aylvaiiia, ni be id al tubiir wile on ;he irtintei, to Jcauer towah p, iu taid euun;y, oa SATURDAY, NOV. 5th 1892, at one oc! or it P. M., tho r!inwic d'-srribel real eta:, Ute of Henry E. WcvhtcnceiMfr, dtcead, lo u ti : A vn'niVie s:na.'l fnn 'ituiltti Ip. Jnr-rrtown-sliii. Si:ierM-t rnuuty, l'a., ad;eini!:t land of J'.liU Rlyhvin. rijv-, I-evau Uon rnan, Hdlip i MiUtiu fcistr ad otiiora, ud cuiaiiib auuiit 37 1-2 Acres, m-ro or lew. of hw h about so a rt are ia j Hood Hate vf eu!tivaiifn. rei-ei't.y iiPted, ft. the It i. nre l covert d with i-ud tirutier. I:u- ftrovfi:.eti!it are a (fotJ to-ttry jlnnk dwelling loot-e.MOOal liaru and other bu:!l.n s. Terms. Ten rer rent, of purchae m.-ncr as srnr. as pnperiy L k:i cKl iIomd. and ba.an-e f une locrth mt rou:iru(atioii of aie : one iird aHer pAvcteni of dehua. u remain a lien on the preini the n.tvrif"t t:-reof to be ui aiiiiualiy lo ths widow of itti 1 Henry K WH'Utnherer dt:r inif ber i.its, ami at tar -lrath the prim i;-l to t-e JmshI ta the hcir nf said !!nry 9. Wt-chit:hii -ser; ialaaee ot the purchase inoney to be pad in three ei!a1 aauual pavrneut with intt-n Rl frona Ayr A I. tl.;. eferred j-ffv merit: to 1- e curetl ty judgtueul uotid. ia given April 1st. Jacob h rrv v. Administrator of Henry E. Wvt hit lihi ii-er. As or TilE PLANT AND PROPERTY OK THE Falrhopg Horth Savage FIRE BIIICK CO., OF Falrhope, MoxucrHt Co., Pa, Tbe undersigned Aietiee for tbe tienefitof tbe creditor" ' toe KairMooe Ni-.-ia savae fire br.ck e'olii(ny, (lim.ielj, will ou Thursday, Nov. 10, 1892, at I oclovk p. m,, at FAIKHOPE. In Sraer Mt ctruiity, I1., oiler for a!e at ptiidic hk iioq all the property of th ?aid Firhie N jr;h Savace tre brick tympany, KUaaied, cuufli( tn f Jj-L Awit three U) acre fn fee rmple, on wbi' h ii enwted cne Wte nw and cil e,mp pvd tire hru-k plant ot the i he pan v. wah rapac ity of tlrtevn t)toihand i j 0Ki brick per day. The works are iuoieru and rirt-cia iu every partiruiar, r.d moi favurubly lo u-d on the line of tbe t itii'irgh dtvi-wu of the R A U K. li.. ami rUkne the navaie mount-tin elay. J1. Two It-ax-! tor ciay in Mvare mouuta'a, one a a fifty arm tr t, the otuer on a two but.drvd and fifty j.u ai re .nact, en whit h ry aiti or rvm- f r iUntiiv mieti w id be payaoie to H. T. WetU En. 1 he rlava are r.in owr p!ai:ta anl diiinptd ou can uf tt.e B. fc O. K. K.. about tvtimiitrMdaUnt fnm the workA. The miiie rant and all Umui, implementa, ma chinery and fixtorex usi-d ta the uiimiiit of tbe clay at well aa plains, dump. lippUs and Aidiut mriU be sold a partwl th piaiiu TERMS. Ten per cnt. of the amount of bid to he paid f aii ; irire-balf Inciutllu tbe ten rr eent. on delivery of deed ; one-itAartn in "u ubj fnun day ot ' aale wilh iu'.erert and oiiefotirtn in 1 Jit uavf ftnj day of wle w:tn inttrest. T'jfc delrrrrU pKytnvlii to b.? see ir j ir, tht ucii-t,-a by ntrt gttife and tbe piirciia-er toh ibe i npny in surrd b t.Mtf exbriii ot the d. ftrred py menu tor lUe beat -lit of ue murtun e Jacob d. swank, tUanruce, Clothing, Hats Underwear, etc. Where to Luv mci.'sj wear of tho bet sta-Iv.". l-e.-t i zt.-. i -t .jvle. Where? Whr, of eonrse, at tiie Marp'iioth Clol'ii; " TOWN Ill"sTJ.Kiy. Suits? of the hte.t patu-n. JUt of the uewe.t ?!.w, :,' rsw---' rf t!:-; (p.e.-t arid no'.l'iet fashioiis Uuderwoar of:.!l rruk.-s. c-a-h' u';l triaterials can aiw;n he had at " The HtVn.iIu'S"' I!::; ri-;i;i. If you are setkin.2 eood poods, cheap ro.ij-!, ' - -: prices, we ate your Clothiers t buy f. Sr. ' tl ! nf w THOMAS & KARR, (cucctstort to Thoma, Karr & C 'vie. 231 and 253, Main Street, JOIIXriTOW.V, FA. Will cost you nothintj to exam ime goods and compare prices. EQSTE.E, 247, 249, Main Street, JOHNSTOWN, PA. Dry GooMfllMs, Carpets, k. SOT HOW BIG? TEEiOSEUFEieEEPIiY. ' Has ever Si7e??;sa to VOl hOV STRONG? saaisessiy SI03 cf IK OBBaaitnaBXtMaBttBH ""r " " " " ' Writ for rates on th Renewable Term FIjn. AGENTS WANTED H B- cRaccNr. 531 Wood ct. Pittsburg. Pa. rrTIO.-TtMrar af ntmsali. ( fl SJ5flr"i HTaV allallaa aerswiiaoat VV. I.. !ln ?"J tf lial( 8 L 1 Vs. rindtke rrire stHaavrd aa kalian, .e J 9 lal-fiMf I ark aabatklMliaaa arc Iraatlulsnl an4 aV X 5 2 U &J Aa APi aW'J abject ta araarratiaa kv law lar a. 3 ' m m ZA0S llaO& GEHTLEHE3. a. y- r. 'l ' - , jf' A ,,.ial,r ,.w.-d Iknto.lllll rial : l it. assaw a? K Scn:T-, Ctiwtil iu.-i.l.', !: x -L.- . m-.r.- i-..f .'I.-' styi. ,7k" '"' " V5 an4 durui.: ii'..n v ." -r f'.r .! :.l I j i .rice. jf ; TtA. ' . 'S?:' t.iialso.v..-m i.--S -ii-! i.--'." S: t . B M - 3- '. M IS- ..nlw 1 4,f. .,.1.1- wtlll K-.V- rAtnnlorA te 1 ' V i i - J DILI. . . T. iK)ea s-'uivty av !h ..'Usi.t.:v.v ii-.v ,i in ctii, f.-9 iwceafcry, a' n-v .:: litvirrn".: ir rn an..-i.vpt. UHf Sir ii;-.- rx f f.-.tvtt-.tr il.rtii'c l t-- n-v- -T x.aw'-' ii! 1 v- ::r i ui-.tut .iiu,nfh-a , ii'i.l 1, ii :; 'fill itu.tl , i'ni !'-. ' .n ! t- ,'..m:t. t.d . ; . I.. !MJ4 I- !. H .)b'n'i i aaU'l I ..'- K .4lf. ititil-l i . V3 . V - ii-'- irrti- "t- ii -Z t-r- nam' iii 1 Will erlal aail tt) ha sllrra and smeral iprrr;.j .iH wtpr I lent.. rl'f. lor raialo.:uf. If m( lor nlo in tur lu.r.- r-i.S u i . -alirv. suuiii avUd, size aad wiiiea aaaia. i-aaua.o (rvv. i . i. ii- ata.iiJi More Records Broken I Quirk's Great Furniture Emporium lias Done It ! Yes exorbitant prices fer He Istea.i-. Durr-r.n.-'. IV.-k-i. TaMei, Chair.-', Mattresses, Sofas. iht class rarl-jr Set . an I a'l '.u-U of Fur niture have been knocked iu the head at S. v Onirk's Niw Furnitur: St:::. - at As evideaee of the fact call at Xo. US V.'tshisv.rt.'m Sircet, .JoLr.stoxr:! Pa., oppesite the Company Store, where the greatest l-ar-uns eanLeha'l on tcrnisj to salt purchasers. When in JOHNSTOWN, don't Lil t.. call at GEO. K. KLINE'S KEWSlOIiE, 241 Jfaht St., Where will be found a Complete Stock of l:y (' ' I-iiiiir.i'sj and Gents Furnishings ami Wraps. All the Newest ;iib. : in Ir..-.5 (b.O'I.s including Silks. S-rtres, Ucnriftta.s, Ca-m Is W .'.. I i i" .: ! '.r.:s, Wool en, Crepe-s and all ot'icr Xovcl'.ies ia the l'K- ':-..!; !':;e. A Is.) a cjiiijilete line of Stable iloods. mic'i as M:i-!::i.- .-Im i T:.i -o I.in fns. Crashes, Ac, Oar line of La'ie.-' 'r-.tps, inch; 'j5 J.h-.ts Cjpe and New Markets of the k'.est Spi iii-Slvhs. OUR MOTTtV Cest .joL, Lite.-t Styh and I.o.v L Trice. Conic and see us GEO. K. KLINE, Veterinary Surgeon, tr"'. iC enraMe diM'-a h re tl.-h h 'ir . Himt.it' iai t n.i.d t,-.; iasii.r.'Vt-! t:t 'rinry i!r-(T;-ai it);rtn:'MiH and Hpp.uiuoex. also a tOia-pU-le veterinary jibniry. Veterinarj 0bstr?(rics a 'jJcrJal.. A complete tM 1; of veterinary inIirif;. &! way "ft Uaud. liitrty aicg tiourii- arid a- D'V III. V. H" tan for trpia'.ment f?'.V) perwev-lt and up .ud, a orai.i to tr it'tii.it r . j:rd. t onvii: itvt'.-re ku mi? yiwir hrolif n-ifated and tiaiiia h-ws. I la.e trt-aud P daiit.iur lia-x "f rc-idi :: e, '.. u;Iir oi of csl-iirj. Pa. huMoSice addr-a., Graiitsviilo, FOR MEDICINAL USE. The ffi!otvin hrai:. of di-t.!Itrs Pur Kye Wh:k: ran-iot !e brrjit.iwsi t.y mny 't;. ' iu ihi n-a-kt-t. :z : J. A. rnTKi'-V'v '? rw:!. Jhn ! rirx'Ti Hai'r.!ile, Fnira, tiuMen W t-ii'i!iir, Itridtaftcrt and I'll line r .r:!neu . J-.jr ; Miu I kev; t"-o ii v-k fn,m 2 v.-jrs i od to 1" t if-..- j.d, tu -il then f..r Jj. ! i-ll'n. a -'-itiH? lo ir:. A.n I1 ti i.i- of t. H-iei4, rai'.S'T'iia. rire Wine, rt yf ar f d ) . j Iff ie ou. ;id .!, i'i r li'idi i:;ip;'ir. mi l j doait.( V ' rtf at li.we-i !i-ur'- l!e ; Iii.p"rtet hii k v--rrT i;i z a.-. Ih- r-t it. he ritrht, t t r N't r. or v i;d :r ! in-i-jal pr lii. t-tra rnfz f':r or pai i r"t:;;; ai:e;.I to n.m oi-: ..'. A. AfiDRlESSEN, 11 ivuiai .iu m uj , L'LE TO ACCEPT (ill HKKCSK. T'HLra!n Mi r, of t'iTtU c.i;t. I .;rui; "thftr.re k'.r...T.e.i r Hrwn r..ai:.v, : iiitrf:;arr fl .tii J!m Ki.r . f t, ... L..-....a. tu.1 l':.r..t ti U ..r-r . .t FiTt'i f.m;, !a. are here y i ;'-l t- a;: 1 ap;Hr the Judtt.'fr.'urt;rpr.an)i' f-nr. : aa i.-.-a;.-iiit:rtt; Ik be d a; Sr:et rn Moanr-jr. t'ie tx of r-emr, 1 at pj ciot c ta lie fre tu. ttieu aud Htf u a at r Tu.t u atir t.; ival eae vt iir;:a:i L. ! .l!r, trc ai ;iie aj.praivl Talajatirt: put Uon u hy :t iu- it dt'iy afn!el aail r.jr:, and rrinrre i i the !jtnfl it th- ".L Uav t .w raibtr. Z !. oc taow ca'ie Ut the sauce ahuu-d li.jt w d. xKvTTsljfx, HA1A a Muiervt, Oct. . I ..er f. 4 i.OFiSii HEAD HORSE BLAflKETSj . an aa A. a4 t A. -s 4 u a h n a af ana ucsi- i Ciiasc's Plush Lao Robes t..- ;? :-.' i-i'- i : ts r -.n Will not shed. A'.l rtlii have the JnameChass ciiiicr v .i.tca in the binding or sewed .i i';c corner, i FIRST-CLASS CEALESS WILL j! SELL NO OTHERS. TRIT OF PAUTITION. To Lliiy Iy AnT!?in Tr-!or and Vi-t ir G.rts A'ii:u--tiL:f i.--lr wai rt"Je id ra:i J., i ai.'Mnia and jt ipernsd A.:catin Trw krr. a tit Dor rr4i:ii mi .Mai.orriiiv. ArTiftrii:r cimiitT. i'ctn a.. a:idhJ -hti Tr-sier a.n her Kiianiiaii, v.4 n f Ma:ijrvil!(, Arm:ruii CiMiaiy, t a. T'u are hereNy not .1 1 t!iat in puianre rf a l Wru ot l'a:tKWMi i 'i-d rl the rphan.V tr-art of !N.iutr:ei etiiuiT. Peittt a , aud u me di it iel. I i.d an ii.it i uii t ie prtuivs on tae rea- rt d A t a.i.tii Aucummji:, d , situate i;i AMw lrri-i.i;, sn.rt f. :ily, la.. oo aof.-KV, tor di t ovairvr, iJ. a Ken and a h-re you ran t(.u.-od i you tatuc prp. r. ofirrirT!! Offl- e f ISAIAH COOO. tfomciMH, Pa., OcL IZ bhtriff. J7XECUTOBSf .VOT1CI1 aLiaLcof Hesrr PhaiTVr, dtr'd . laie of octna tkOUllttl klri!D. LetWr te:amt utary ou lav oir tate, tar Ir.aj tnt'ti srui.-vl iu ihe uiitlcrsjaji.td ly the prop er ai;iii-tty( diW U herrbr aiivt-n a 1 pTit iiid-lu-d i. ad e-tate u nud iiai!d:a:H pay-mt-iit and tlite bar. lit cla.m- a r .: mi will Mvwbt tiieia .'orM ittcictrnt -iniy aaitotn-a-lr-1, ihi ir tx.ir r:urds.y. NvcuIkt i v"J, at Ui latt rtto.d-ucf ( ic-eai"td. Ht.NkV H. rHAFFFR. INfcUvS F. elMl-SoS. s- i .! n;lft and b"t V n lve rarro'u;'7 YOU NO MSM for the a-'.We rf '.v. r c'-'n::ri s : HEHCH&DHCM001D33 A witt.!rf-il it'iprovi-tiwnt In Frloa Krd. a4 t.iS-ilai'W. l'-it n:..t; li ' t lrr,.r lkr- litnra a- l.w.t at si: !"-r m tfu- oark' t. Kri-li4 I tacrb Vrrd. m a-I f-.''t a-axin l atnl -s.l tt-hir;: grral .alias ia H"" wrmr. Wn.r hit cwj. luru -.lsl fnwiipan apD 'sit.tt. ' spna Taaet liar, ranra. Ila Rakra. Caltialr or Plaac ara, nhrilrra. tc MMm piper. HENCH & DF.QSi.3QLD. feSaafrs., YCHK, PA.