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i The Somerset Herald
GEOiWE K. SCTLL, Editor. -NK-lia: I.r.v 1- v . v i iw" -ins are s-. Jotu color ir.J. The Krtr.it-.- or U.i v.i:y wai is w.ua ty J. i. IluLMUlU'. o rear have can rpil'.ars It-en so s ss in Pt-iiiisylvst.ia. V ,! f ,ts of ;: e Hkkild eho tU Uirftet ". s'n oVr. the Urnsgist. can t their ne .-re is aa:J to be the p'gti of gri i as J '.atk. Sick raona never sneeze, a. 5. A Safrlntt-u lent Clench has decided to ,;d the Vesttnorelanil County Institute var durinr the wetk beginn'ms MuQ- i mean i.isn never knows when he is . a'i be t.n'.v t'u.rik h is cautious, just as ear f-'-J- ' persons kou to be looking JX.1V. ..: :: ;: e i hw-uaiitig a favorite resort p.;t-au:.ru ministers. A ha.f-dozea or c'.trL-. ::if ' art at that place now fJtrnJ - -e'r s:ir..n:cr vii.-at'.oa. A r..aii .ar ill! burn ins linger lighting a a piece of paper, an I make no - u;'L";l it. t'-1 w E-(u n:a ut u' iinu iu ,',( t-ai-.'tl'.e ovrr. an J he take L'j'.J of .- i-t:i Laa lie. he is oiaJ t-Coug'i to sh!j : i the k::tht-n. - ,. Ut.-t pj--':p ia Harr'ltsrs Melety -.-. ;s the ir.i)jur.c;eat of the e:ia - . Kt.-un C'ro?aian. of New York. a:ii v vitiiii' i'anisan, oniy iiaub-hter of Gov- lf ! When the we l iiuj will a; t p'.a v it probably baa not been drcide-3 rii! 1 '.y ' hefore the tiovernor re--.s jr.-m the executive niar.sUra. : l:i?hi-e:i arf.l between the two fac-,- -. fihe J'.-ar.i-'.it-al Ourvb f this State the ca-s ia !l-.-ai".nc, Kaston. Norris ,nn at;i V;;.:at!i.-tuwn. Krjwin,? otit of ...::rovers;vs over fhu:-.-a profi-rty. fhail be ....-,.. t.-itht-r U.'re the Sup.rvase Cotitt ; 1 that the tie--. ?hail he i w. thiat I" 6.1 ottier pea ling ta-es a1, iu ail other a IViit-yivatiia. ' ii.'. iv.'iii letters reruaiiiinj in the ,.t .:':;,r at .-'..luerset will 1 -U to the l. - ;:ice :s t.ot ea.;i-tl t-;r w:tu:Q :u this (hi-e. Ju'y 1 : .; jha ; r.aidt n, llr.ry : jack j-jn, f.hisa:!. A. F. ; Know-ton. Sti -phia ISiixn ; Trills, Kluatii h; i. VV..::iita. J. J..-: mi Kri u n. r. M. iit-.i -ti-jMrj; N .u-iti4uar intimat'S ;. ;..-v ha-.ith. the conJvmi.t.1 nr.r- .1 .i::i Minat.an in Johnstown, who ;'raru tt:e vutity jail in a "ciys . i::a:tiier ht.a:e year.- ae. i a very :.u.t i:i'::L.lier of ioeietey o! a urtai i i:i the wt-t, a-i i that a photngrapb ., iiKU'itel u ma.-tatiS pytiy and u:it iii his be't leather b'e-chei f.:.d r was ie.:t Ufrirnds by him at.'.i that his phot.ia;.!i ,.tv in li n-:;h-.irg. .;. hi'. Las filing into line as a com tor the rrta'e liitlatria: svho.jl. It it - a:.' ?. :jere " t. "I .ae ir:ii:vy i--a fjperh.r advasitaces ui s.'e a:i-J sur :s. A: a ui-ti,i heid in .' .sii. e :; -t-on the tvt-iiin of the l"ourtn r.-preetiutive citinns were promt -trt-uf cotutuittee was appointed to he mat: -r. ao a"e now iti orre.--n-e wf.ii the propt-r autho.-.uts. -A-!.i ireas no stranger ar.d ai.ow no stratiy- er to add yoa," is the advice of the chief i:V t'thraj diiecii.-e farce to all visitor-. i: yoit want to know r a see a p j'.ireiudn." anytiunj; wa.t ti l The chief adJ: i 1 The price of saf.-ty tuis citv l-to Keep r-.irm.u h shut ia thepre-e-i.e of those ..i t do not know. The s;aart.-s: conthietice :-..tn in the world have come to the World s They are sharp enough to dt-viveeven tut rh' ari." T:ie '.i--t crusade of the W. C. T. V. is di- '( ei a.-a't:t r.Kit beer, and that mild tt-v- i . !.r--Mf,ire considered entirely barm ... ..:; 'in this ori.Mnli.i'.ion's bla( k h.-t. 1: api--srs that an enterprisin,- i'hiladelpl.la :::jt. .fa.-.'.irt-r ot tne popping 11-iUid Las irr dr-j the W. C. T. I", by usin tlie white -.i :v-:i svn.ho! on his aiverti-me:its. The i i jtiant void water !a lies mt-t and framed i j-- :: i-ifyiiiji the root bcT maker that :.ry d not drink his pr.dau and asking n..u to sloji using their symhal as an in vi."ser.i"ut. Tiie l-ostai script will Won take the place o:":he t-isial ante no in uie. The pos'J ti "-ists ii cents arid carries any amuut.t a., t.i "i, while in a script, a sheet Ca'.l.ti i .r amounts from I Cent t.i i . has let-a pre tired frora whicit. on payment ot 1 cent. . .e am.-iint of in m-y to i;e sent ty mail t j -r.y part of tue 1" uil.-i Stat-s may hi torn mi the sarn. as an eipres order. There will - r.j writius on it of at y kind iy the past-ai:-T, the sender iii i-ins the rhec's draft. r.-( jverameii jruaraut.-es its safe tiatis- . riation. As is u . a! t o- s-.a if the year many fie j; liters alot are Az .n h.i :g hi'tiways and alo:.: el with rank growths o; weri. which emit si keniiivt t-.v:rs. t of tne -i"e proe.ssrs f r the destrui t.on sin o:h-nsive crops is to app'y small tifes of tarj-entine to the Mti'f, WLiv.Ii a... s.rve a- an ir.tlu Hire of surer ei'ermin .: ti.n i- that of d:t-vin;; them out of the jrc-i-i, for every pi-x-e of root left will pro-i-c a stalk in a short, tiaie. The appii-r--- i of t'lroentiae is a sure destroyer of all sti ro ths. an-i one of tlie cheapest rerae-t-nh a nu. since which can possib'y . -. 1 iced. iti v-.rt; ot f:e d.ver-.ty of diver nun c ja- tae ne f i .-'.., rn ..r, te f -e bid re.-. all V s gne .e vjii.--'.ioa at is-f.e be.r .-.-rj .s... j-: t .. p -lie aril c jt.-.:a'jies r: . i. iri iii the prcvlsuma f the a.-t i: i e a' lae time of the pa-sK-'r" 01 :, .l.i.i.-e Keeder of X jrtUu.uherlaud '.' U-.:.:a v ls-e slate!, drc.o.-d that I his t i ne: , - - into immediate epcrauoa j --' : a.; i CJris:i')'.e ni l-: iuak"S jj ..... t . . - it: ac oanc." won mis act j. i-:f.y t ciirn .--.one: s-ra? cuaties ia c instrae 1, wi'.hcu mast pay the .-.ate the jadnlal vV- . i ot.lv tj the.-' elected af.er e 1 a-'" '.'i '. t..e Ii-.., ie a: . JaJje .ue sut jec Ii??i-'r"s vi-c.sioa -tma.-ter .tueral B.se'.l has d-idi J to h'r: ti.e three siz-s of poeta! car.ls now l.lj to Su'jstf one for both single . t -e- 1 y carj With that parpjse in view which have Iv-el sent to i-sL.Lg Ihf postal service with cards daring j ' -r next fvar years rali for a si: gle card of 1 ! miv.-rin s.e of three and olie-balf by , t.ve nd onvsl.aif jache. Tris is what is j .:: ia as the international Si .. it being i -hJ generally ty the c retries comprisitig j ui mteruatior-.ai p..v,.ai union. T'ur double I reply t-ard now la .il be continued 8i size when foide-i rv-d iced to that of j he irferujujiia' cird. Tlc two carasaill! -e (.f the. -ma. 1 or lai.V card, j a' -s - uni an i Lit targ- card aad the large ! j ii.-Il t I'd. i i-e New l ork I'fm prop Jes to send to " V.rid Fa.r as its guests tfty I'cion teratis, memlrs of regular Grand Army uo are to be n-icti.-J by trie reader sy ibis t-roiisition is an evidence of the eafeem and grat- ii.ch the i'.rx hold i he cieu who -iiheirown live? )o save this nation. i: . r L u of iLe chosen veteran wiil be t!ie e'-'-of the '.. from the moment the ieMS. v- " . i.l : .... i . " ivi. uui.i iruni, bio '.ouru.-y will be limed to include -journ inCha-ago, with at! f .'l ! exj-ea- f !-a. incluiing daily entrance to "lL:--- of ti.e Kipositija. the S i G. A. B velvrens in jovxi Wlirid; g are e. i I.e. T ..r ...... ..a r, -ty msy come from aur town, "uite or territory over Lich the Stars 'pes proclaim its government. sti Tue select!. ic of the tifly favorites will be mue oa the -rrounj of popularity, their i"; . ar::j to he voted by ballot printed in '-- issue of the TLe Sunday 1'rtu. Swo t cbej-rie are a thug nj the market at four tnd Eve rer.ts icr i!!jt. !.e le n appointed pcst- hi CO:!lV. nifi-'.f r at 1';.: Prcf. J. Norrci.1 t . . Meese. of the . Jul. is ir. r-omtr C::i').-r, -tt. l-'ifs I'll react WjIi ,n. of Wbeelltg, West Va., is vi ling Ler f::.-i..J. ."is. hoUrsC Sc'U.I. 1 comruene falr tltend- K. K. Pr'U-' 'airniT !..-raii f J i;s sessions Monday vilta a a:icc. ft, nx-r oyesti rsxjrt i ri is hcci f.r ri::sl it: a jx.ru.ar fent ,h and Johnstown An joe cream ft.ivai t'.l be heM in the Granj-e Hail, at Ilusbatid, on Saturday ev ening, July 22. Diphtheria has nspjieartrl in Berlin and last Sunday carri-d away the ten-yeiir-old ton of Samuel I'ubs'a.it. Mr. at.d Xr. "T' tu" Mr'L'ei.eo:i, of ritt.-b;;r-h. aTethe:.- :-s:.-of Mrs. StoCutch eon's i;:er. Mrs. C.J. llarri.-n . i; iitea L-avy iturm pa eJ oer the north of (he coutatr Saturday t'.ir.i'i;.', doin tireat du-iiae to i:i::i un 1 other j.n.wi:. t-ri.s. .'.i-. and Mrs. t'tia.-ies liarv.ii 1M, t.f ritta bvi.vlt, ire ftuej's of the ii'.ter's paretits, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel CuUtr, at StoyesU,wa. Mrs. Harry U. Colbora, her son Ajax' t'oiharn. Jr., ar.d t j daughters, cf 1-roai-L'.i.v. M I., are j. -tits at the !ioue vt lioti. A. J. t',.ibora. It. I'. F. St.aih-r ia eiij-.yinir a l.ar.l earn ed vacation, lit- diov-; over tlie luountaiu to lie !to:d, Friday, and.eipevts to remain the.e for the tint ten days. A patty vf b jniersct yiui0' pc.'ple drove over lv Salisbury la.-.t V.'tui.eay fur the purine of atutt-Jins? a party given by Mr. and Mrs. M. J. IVai tiy. of mat place. The many SonitM-t Jtit-uds of Miss Creliitid i.l be r ev.d to K-ani that father viii J st..i.tt-n!y Friday night at home in M jnon.rahe.a t i:v. ivia her his A private letter f-om Ilditor ;eir-f Uaer. t-f the Cioveri'.itie i.. r.': ''-. says that he rtaeii J San Fra:ieis-.o on the lltli, and was hnp py to ajrain tai2 the sail breoiisi from the Fa-.. tie. Messrs. Forter II. :"hy and Frank M-yers ric-patr'tied a monster rattle snake, one iiay ia.-i week fciotiir ti:e bat.k of tlie Lt'.;r.-1 Ili'i creek, whore th- y were f.shin f,.r tr itit. A -i-sitt-l ri-ptileof the ante species escap ed tnt 'al. Hubert J. Miller, son of l. Xobleti. Miller. I-rosi-'.ii.,; Kider or the Illtirsvillw l'Ltrict of ihe l'lttsbtirh C.iaference of the M. 11. Churi-h, was r-in over and itis.a.nt'y killed by a freight train at Wilkin-bur.s Sal- urd::y iijorning. .... - - A .ofta! train S.m.i ty i.f--rit.x.ti ca'-rie-.l the m--:i:he r5 of t tie J. i.'.n-town (.i::ini: t'li.b i over the .v i . f.-otu tuat (i'.y to U x kw ", i, i 7.-!fte their eor n- a'.'achi d to the " i'y r" I ar. : La-i'v ! to iitir.t-.vilV, i.. it v h! h- point I ne -. ar. w..i ::) :nt. cirtip lor two wks. M.-s.-rs. froth, pr, Norman Kn m n-.-iu ! -.i-it and ( :.ar:es t f- - -.1 .hi,:', hr Chlv . . via the i" '. spett-i a short itiut , Maea'iatk 1-iatid a prix-.-ed.iii; to ths Wh lea t: v k,s. 'li.. i vviatid, htrpoi:.: 'V. The l-iiadiy-Si-.-ive.l of Ca-ebi.fr 'atirch, .- r.itrt lan-n-lf ji, will hold their anna l.irve-t home pi;-i:ic oa Aau-t 4'h rrommetit s;- ak(-r- w i.l music wid be furnished bv- he prt-eut a: the I.incj'n ft nt - t i.ati 1. 1 lie I-uLl.. is cord.a::-.' luvittd lO ill ;t-t.u. M'J.dn owner of K.nk. of .itr-lt the ti.u .er: jtvn, wa the -t hor-et in this ia-t wi-ck. when hor- diel of i there was not a anvahv.-e to be Ol ( thr tiuti: . ae .at; . r jiat t o Arah: .-. k c'aon his line s.j.:.-l apoplny. Mr. Hi bctt. r or f.i.. r I found. Tt.e new bv'rd ol iM-r-i this codrty have rf -.ve i taaminers I r il.-.al no:h-e ( f the r n; poii.tmeat and have t 1 tuelr oaths of o:l:?e. The uieni'te-rs of tt.e board i:l tl ..ht!v-s receive ti.-.-ir cummi-si ni- wi'hin ti.e ticit few days and ir-tr.K ti :ts in regard to ihelr duties. I.-.v. J. T. Spangier. pa-tor of the Fi.itf 1 Uretlirea Churca at ii-ai.ks.-iilf. and Miss Carrie WVy. of Johnstown, were niarri-l at :i:e if.-me of the bri.ie's parrtits last Taars uy tveain-:. H -v. W. H. Span,;!-r. of the Mo-reiiville 1". B. I'ntirvh. a brother of the x-ru. r orn d tlie cercrte. Mr. . T.Ssa:.k.e-i;,.or i f the Johns town T. l'-'t - ar .'omranie-i by his fc:-i r. Mrs. lr. I.ee. and a Mr. Storey and hi wife, of Johnstown, so -r.t a day in Sjmerset ln-t rii- ti their nay home from lV-df rd Sprin-.-s. T-e party we.- trivelir. j in arar riat. but to.k tht t.a.n at Somerset, sn.i irj; their tti.m home in cha-re of a driver. Ti;e ntetutw rs t-f tow.i cj-arn-il t-y a vcte I cir to ; 9 o have pa d a 7e-:.ii.itiun to a i tert: f.ir bils for the c-ui-t.-ti-clan of a jrrav .:y sy st .-ra of wa'.er v. rks. Ti.e Lition was vet o-d by I; i--. -s WVti-y, b it wa- pa-.-e ! over i.is vet . The soum of supply is the i.e-dv. a'.e.-s of Kimiietiy v J trie i''ar.s uootl v. i.ii h hi- will berec- ive l were prt-pa: Thepuhi riotis cjnd mahoriicg t bl--w en lire h.in.! of J. unre.i-oi.arj n t .-wa Mo d by i hel r- .e--r froia Tjr-. ue. p t;s in rc.-ard to the se lf j.t.-ob Kooa'.-.. cf j le t'. who was dealt a brutal ifh a b-er glass in lire -ht.of Sprocetown. wre v-raiei. r. K. intir was hevi siah S y tia r. lav 1 1 was e-J ivin. !i:s u- i hej.lt h. a'.' cvhead a l s unui :-.' ;oug!i he carri-s an evl h-r; of nr. i ( war-:i'- as. j The f .li-. ..mpioyed 1 . L. ..I.S l-.i wir.g tor: - often l.vTs have Lna o t-avii iho fjjiaer-et bjrcu.-h en: -:-rig ter-n : Principal. K. E. ;u -V.i. N-il.e Ci.nning. Mi-s y.:-. li. p.evi : No. C f ts ; r.-i m : No. M.-s limma J. H;:-: ?:;y.ier: No. o. N. E. Carrie KhiK.ds ; No. r; ; No. o, M.s- Kale B -rk -y : No. 7, M;-. s. M.-s Hatuc rr.-t man : No. Marv J. Connelly. A teat her ft nwm N . 1 has not be-n tie:;. Bab irers e: tion for Bu-s loye-l at nuking an -ica-. i mart's new house on W. Main Strvet were ty. h surprlsej to c une across a w a p while oii tn e ese.-Vei Stllip C-f a llrgd ..en they sUjipo-ej t'jey en: depth f r a cellar. The ol b.-t inha'.cta-it was s i.rjlit ant he devlar eJ that no tree of that Ciaracter ha 1 j-rea l i s branches within the bjrjugh iiu-lts clar ::g the past eighty years. The Salisbury -v tr is authority fr the ststeinent that 111 K :g. of that pla-"", re cently !i.an-l a Urge nttmVrr of Coucterteit 1-.",.; piarters, which La i Ua secreted in an old stone fence in the Snrnuiaa adjrti -i to Salisbury borough. The coins were Vi ry iier .V.-t 1 v m ide. and whea new would cn- d uo'.d.y ha.e very harltj drt'-tj from the genuiair. ai le ;-- so far as ai i'-ar- j am c e s. 1 ucy nau evi.iear y iw u in i-e j s'.oi c ience a nuig t.me. For the pas: tea days there Lasleen stvtx' y a n:g l-.t that an a'.'.t Ultil at btlrcla-V has iiot been made ia tee so rn and eat- rra par.s of Some's, t township. Bu lvlph Hoover's house was entered while the fami ly were ail absent ac-1 a small amount of money and a lot of edibles carried away. A lo: of bun-.' anJ e,-g were ca.-ried away f-.im ihp li.,nie of une of Heaver's ceigh- borsa night or two fallowing. Complaints of petty thieving Lave beer, heard from oth j trs living in that neighborhood. I. is be i heie l that the vi- predations are bring rora- mi'teJ by ".-rs. r.s who live in the rieghbor Lujod and are a' tpiaii.t i w lb the surroitn J ings and hahfs of the people where they make their visits. Fulesa they dt-sist in their thieving it is only a question of lime un.ii the g'lil'y parties are brought to j-is-tice. Yr. Crant Zufall, of Jleyersdale, went over to Akoor.a, Monday, and will at once pstp' upon his new duties as lumber in-siis-tor for the Pennsylvania Kallroad Com part v. It i announce! that a tank will be estab-It.-hfd at Ilykwood within the res', few by Jlfvcrsiile capitalists. A bank ing room Las btvn secured ia Puc-krnu'g i.tt building. Cocductnr Wait-, of the S. A C. passenger train, ii crjoyin his annual vacation, and with his wile ar.d fa-iiiir is stopping at VTo'ii rbe-L-pr'a ihjekwood hotel. Conduct or Trai.k Mcl'anald is in cba-ee of the pas senger train darine Mr. Waitc'a absence. Mr. D. E. Zimmerman, of Quemahoning Mwnship, who has been on bis ranch in Montana for the pa.t three or four months. writestoMr.C.C Schrook, under date of Jn!y!'tli: " I now have riv cattle at the riii.- ia-.l an i ip -et tohiptln-m to-morrow. Tbey w ill make two train loads. I have j ist ri tarried fmia a Jiive of ah-iat .. miles (ir the K-ty Mountains and am giai to he la. k in IVioia. I hoje to get my cattle IkjIi 1 in jm.-t'tre so that I can get honie late tiii5 uttit.'j." JaiiHs I.. I'lih, li-o.. H.C. itrt-rits, the we.i kr.ovt n merchant, and Vil-ia:n S. Sial.l, a prtjtninent Somerse t t jwnsl.ip farm er, liavi! been sittirg for -tveral hours each day th.s Wveh a-) atbitrators in the sails be tn n 11. H. liu'.erba-U and a cum tier of prominent Taint township farmers to deter inii ethe ownership of the mineral rights of their farn.H. Alarjesum of tuoney ia ia oii.h 1) .ii.rl.avh Lad aeer.red ie-as of ti e mineral nhta in !pie;ii,ii and the claim is set up that he dii Co; live up to his part oi ihe etrt-emeiits. A number of wood choj'jiers were engag ed at fo 1 1 : :i a tree on the rid1.-', aouth uf towti, last Tut-sdny eetiii., und when the tree did not topple over as far as wes desired, Martin Fisher, cue of the workmen, went i; ; j tt lv.r the p'.trpase of " Littiiii; it a coi.ple v-f more iii Ls," as h; said, epairist the protect t-f iiis Kliuw workmen. The tr-o vime d )v:: with a cra-sh In lore Fisher had : si.e to rs- at-e frora its branch's, one of hi.-ii struck him full ia the back cr.ishiti; hitn tottie ground. The itoureJ man was carried to the hjnio of his brother, Hiram Fisher, in an unconscious cjaditiou. Hi:; io'e is dvSj aired of. Arraitv." Hunts have bseti made with Mrs. H. V.. M nne. of I'hihtJelphia, formerly of tiiis plii.v. to visit Sjmerst-t and deliver her i'l.islra'id lecture on "" L'ither, or the Story of the K.-f.-rmatioii," in the Ojicra House, on the i-veiiin-s of July h!st and Ar.tist 1st 1 he ii c'.t.re involves a spectacular entertain ment in which lio jreniieaiea in costume rcprisftit Luther's trial at Worms tc. Tne leclure Is farther illustrated Ly S stereopti con views. A ( h-jr'.n of TO voices will also participate in the ttitert.iiiimerit. The lt-ct-ure l as rv- ei ved tlie most tiaterii notices from the prcs ar.d from h-adinir ministers of the I.' CjUI.ti therati lienoinination ail over the r.day, I:? Iwis T. l.tmpe wa in- .-:.th- ! a. I a-tor of Ik-am s charjte. II. fvrm d thif-h. The iiftaiUtion - -v;--es were e -:d i. r. d by lb vs. Crarut r, o( 1 r. i .iti 1 L r..-. tf New Centre'. ill-.-, it. the pre of a very la-ge c-jttjm-catiou. F-'am's char-" is or:.' of tn old, -it in the county and it. c nup.: .-. d of tt.e lollovvin r t:i;rr-at:ons : Il- am's. 11 tie. Calvary an .1 liavid'.il;e. The ci.ar.'e ha- h.t-n w:t!j-j.it a p-is'.or ever sitite Ho-. 1'.. r." r resigned a. id it-moved tol ireens b tr.-. in .re than a year aco. The new pa--t r. 11 .-v. l.nmpe, is a rvre.:! frralua'.e and tl.hs w 11 be bis hr.-l 11..1 i of labor. He Las entered up m his work determined to build up the d.iferviit coiijjre-ratioas ia his charge and has already made a tu-t favorable' iia- re. ion ui on the peep's of that section of tht CouliH-. T!-1 M-thodist Church in this p'ace. which has be u c'o"- 1 dtirit-g the pa-t ru.mth tin-ucr.-.iiv topair.', will l - re-tji-ned to the i.:. h ie next Sumhty. l'r. A. H. Nart ross, p-iniip.'.i of the Ti'.lsV.i-.-.h Female CoVieg", and a f rmer a-tv.r of ihe S. i.iciset ''iiurch. Lis proiiii-avl tj he ore-er.t and will prraeli in the loorr.in,: at pi i. .1 s--n and praise service will be btld at --.Z-) ia ihe afternoon, ar. J li 7.4 in the e.eniiij.' Ivev. T. H. Wood Thii, presidira: tldt-r of this tii.-tricl, will po.s.-h. C.tmmunivia services will folhjw the sermon by the presiding e'der. Mrs. Mary Fhl Tattoti, of Tit's 'jur Jr, will be pres ent at both morning and evening services and will favor the courealioa with several Vocal solos. l.: Younk ns anJ family, who hare been visiting friends at Meadviile, pemiita: the repairs to the church, returned home during the ( at week. The large plate class windows in Knepper V Ferner'i store, ia the U Id Fellows build ing, mere mutilated ia such a way as to en tirely ruin ihe r beauty la-t Tusday night, by s me s.-oui'dp-l w ho dc-erves the severest pnti-hmen: the law provides fir such cases A sharp piece of flint or steel was evidently u:ed to score the glass. We ur.dtrstand that the -veers of the building Lave conclusive e. i.iv rice as to who li.e gouty j arty is and that they will enter a prosecution at once. Tuerv should be no compromise in a case of ti.is kind. A man contemptible enough to commit such a crime is not deserving of symiathy. No motive his been assigned that would imifl a mau to seek revenge of si has a nature, although it is intimated that the giass were scarred by a candidate fur ad mis; ion to the Odd Fellows' Badge who was black-balled. State Suisfrintende.it of Public instruc tion. N. C. haefl. r, in an interview at Har risbirg, Satjrduy. said that the new Free Text bjok law goes into effect at once. He L-is re idere J a decision that it ia the duty of the directors lo make provision for furnish-it-g and ipiip,ung the schools with the text ile ks and supplies generally needed br pu pl.s fir daily a-e in the schools, such as s.ate pencils, paper, pens, it k, tablets, etc. : that, a hi'.c it is no doubt wise to urgi p.:pi's to use toe Looks in tLetr jvsess!on for the purpo.-e cf les-.-niisg the inin.e.liate outlay of money, they cannot be compelled to tl-e their own books, and that in all the requir ed branches of study, boks are to be provid ed by the directors and for all grades cf the public s-hooK including tke nigh school. TheS'iptrinvn lent scored Judge Bring, of Tittshuigh, for Lis decision oa Fri hy to the etivA't that school boards can only pur chase one series at a time. I roaipt tad effective work on the part of a ii-.aiier of geatlemi a at the Somerset H June, Sun 1 ly morning, savvd that well known Losteiry froia destruction by lire. Lxt-ted :a the wash room on the ground C jor v,f tiie b ill ling is a gas dine stove and Lo: air engine, utilised for hoisting water to the upper tl :rs of the building. Trie pump was ia operation it tea o'clock Sjnday morning, and after it had been set running i-j further attention was paid to it. Several chiluren, sous and tiattg titers oi guests oi the holt 1. wore playing oa the back porch and 2i-a ihey saw a great tongue of flame lea: out of ihe wash room door and across the porch they set up a cry of "'lire!" Feoj k living in the neighborhood heard the alarm aid at once begfn to shr.ek "the Somerset House is on fire." Probably a doien lady summer board.-rs were sitting on the ho el porch and they began to scream as taey ran to their rooms to pact up their effects and remove them from the burning building. Two or three of tue ladies fainted on the sta'rs. Meanwhile. Landlord Kyle and sev eral xuen rushed to the wash-room. The room was completely enveloped in flame ar.d smoke and they were unable to enter it far a few minutes, when the llamea suddenly viiaiiuisae-J. Tnen they saw what had caus-sl thje Cre aad briagiag a section of car pet int-i play they soon smothered the 'James lo death. The gasoline tank Lad sprucg a leak and the M pvjd trikling down the pipe hai reached the fire in the stove severai feet below. Instantly the Same leapei to the tank and ij-uited the half gallon of com-bust-ble fluid therein. The loss snSered was Uhllin-;. A Cyclone Desciibed B7 a Somerstt County Man Vis iting in Iowa, Wateeloo, Iowa. July TJ, i-h'k :.i'.'.' r llrrr.l l : The afteraoon of last Thursday was hot and sultry, a:-d everybody was 00 the look out for a storm. My attention was attracted to a dark ma"s of clouds which was gather ing in the southwest. The storm came in an awful form at 5 o'clock. The writLing and twisting motion of the clouds excited a feeling cf cneasiness in those who observed them. A peculiar rearing sound issued out of the mass distinct above the other sounds of the approaching storm, and everybody felt that bad work was going on in that di rection, ft kid aftor ihese sounds wers heard the whole firmament was overcast and hail commenced to fail. At F.lder Ihirleys, where I was slaying, it came down in great chunks of ice which would Lave knocked a man senseless Lad one of them struck him on the bead. The larjrest of these ball stones mea-urcd over fourteen inches in cir cumference atler they had lain where they Lai tailen frora ten minutci to ba'f an hour. The Lai was followed by rain, but the storm did not Continue moie than an hour. Soon after the clouds commenced to break a uies-n-nger arrived at F-irlevs and told of the drtadlul destruction which had been WMii-l.t one mile south. We started at once for the scene. We first came to the beautiful residence of William Slater. It was torn t-l pieces, and two members of the family acre killed. One of the family was carried three-fourths of a mile awa y from the Louse. Klder Converse s boose wasaho destroyed, but no lives were lost there; the family Lav it:;; taken refuse ia ihe cellar. Mr. Pitcher's barn and residem-e were shattered but not wholly destroyed. A younj; man employed oa bis place was struck by flying timbers and was so badly injured that his life is de-spaired of. The buildings own ed by Mr. Mo'jaa are gone. Mr. Johnson, a middle agtd man of genial disposition and very popular in the oaim-iaity, was picked up in the grove, di a-1. A mile further west wa the Lome of Sam uel Eurch, and here a shocking sijrht m't our eyes. Tlie family consisted of father and mother and four children. The parents atid threcchii dren were killed outright, and the remaining child is hurt so badiy that the will probnbly die. The scene of this-di.-olau; lioire and the thought of this in stant blotting out of the lives of aluio tan entire family deeply affected all of in, and our tearful faces were an expression of the heaviness and sadness of our hearts. After ail that one may have read or been told concerning the m-.ture of a tornud ), Le can form no true conception of what it is like, its astounding power and destructive riess, until he hat '..xl in its tracks and Seen the waste hi. h it has committed. 'f the bo::-es which were carried away last Thar? lay nothing can be fnund of tV-ru save small fragment of l imber, most'y smaller than the sine of ordiiia-y stove wood, anil tliee are strewn f r miles acr ss ti.e country from ea-t to est. but inside of a narrow strip of tin rods in wi it'a. which constituted the track of ihe tornado. A holt-board or piece of timber or shingle of any of the houses Las ground oa which ti.e swept clean of everything, and there is nothing to indicate that buildings ever occu pied the S.c.H ex -ei.tir g the uncovered cel lars, and the foundation stoats which are' scatter-d about the yards. The trees of the groves, many of w hich were as large as a man's body, are twi.-:ed off a few feet frwin the ground. Many of those which still stand erect are striopt d of their bark, even t j the nds of the smallest twigs. The corn tiehls at a little distance look like freshly plowed ground. F.verytbir.g in tlie stables wf.h ttie exception ot a tew nog, was car ried away ar.d killed. At the Siater farm are the dead bodies of thirty-cine head of cattle and fifteen Lead of horses aad for'.y e ght begs. Probably a hundred men are employed in burying the cartas- es of ani mals found in the track of the storm. Mr. Co averse, one of the la.-ky ones in the storm, say? : '"The tornado was right upon theia before they realiz -d that they were in any danger." He happened to walk to the east side of the Louse and look out. The a ivance of the tornado was then only a short distance on the opjosite side of the road from thed ouryard ft ::ce. It took but a glance at the black objects before Lirn to show him that they were in imminent dan ger. He shouted for the family to run for the is liar, and as he followed the others djwn ihe stairway and crouched upon the vir, the tornado struck them. For a few Seconds they were enveloped in midnight darkutss. and they were fairly deafened by the a ful roar about them. Then it sud denly grew light again. It co.ild not Lave ! been more than a minute from the time that the approach of the tornado wa3 seen until the building was swept from its foundation. Want of time prevents me from entering more fuliy into details concerning this aw ful calamity. What I have written relates oa'y to the work of the cloud in the vicinity ofUrelia. The damage ia other localities is vastly greater thaa here. At Pouieroy it tore down two-thirds of the houses and killed and wounded over two-hundred peo ple. Klp. H. A. Stuil. A Correction That Fails to Correct. Ia its last issue, under the caption "The Herald corrected," tlie ediloi of the f'onu rrii uuderiakea to "correct" the Hekilp, and in Lis attempt discloses a woful amount of ignorance or wilfully nii;;epreeats the facts. Says the Ie.t nt : la the last Hesaii) we are assured that, ' Had the warring tactions of the l'emocrai ic i-arty in tht county been atle to compro mise mcir dulerence they mitit have con trolled ' the apioiiitmeiil lorieputy t'oliect or. What a prophet the Her. mo is. I'p to this lime no Beputy Collector for tins coun ty has been appointed. L. M. Httrringtan has been appoiutel far the district compos ed of Fayette and ireet.e counties. Our viistricl is compjsed of fcomerset, Carui.rra and Clear.'i-ld oouutiis. As b-jmerset coun ty gt's ttie tieneral tiuager. a tietter odice Irian thel'tputy Cohtxtor. in ail probairltty ttie Bepuly Collector will go lo Ciearileiij county, the h :ae of ex Cotutt ;r Bigier. Mr. Herriugtoa was appointed Bvpnty Collector fir the district composed of Som erset aad the eastern part of Fayette coun ty to succeed Mr. P. A. Johns. Mr. Her rington has been actively engaged in the dis charge cf his duties and has a!ready visited the various distilleries and tobacco manu factories in thii county. While a change in the division of the district such as the --,' il speaks of may be contemplated, none such has yet been made. The statement that, the position of General tiuairer " is a better paying cilice than that of Deputy Collector is absurd. The former pays i t J per day while actual ly employe I and the appointee must have his bead qnart-n in Pittsburgh. The latter pays $i'.oti per year, with an allowance of $ ) for traveling expenses, and the person holding the appointment may live any where Le please?, just so that it be in the district. A Hard Question Solved. "How could two persons be born at the same time and die et the same lime, at the end of fifty years, aad yet one of tbera live a hundred days more than the other?'' is a query propounded to the writer the other day. Can yoa teli? Ferhaps not. V.'ell, the answer turns upon the familiar fact that a person who (roes around the wotld Dward the west lose a day, whilst tbe person who travels in the opposite direction gains a day. We will upiose then, that the two men in question were horn ia New York, from whence a trip around the world may easily be made once a year. One of them gos always towards the west, the other towards the east. One loses a day every year, the other gains a day eviry year. When the men die, after fifty years of age one Las een one hundred days more than the ether. jcAoirjr. Why is "E" the most unfortunate of letters? Because its never in cash, alwajs in trouble and debt, aad never out of danger. Married Women's Rights. Among the good laws made by the last legislature, and approved by Governor Tat tison, was one enlarging the rights of mar ried women in tbe aojuirinjf and disposing of property, to sue and be sueL an J to dis pose of her prwsession; by will. It repeals entirely the act of ISrs", which it was expect ed would Mil the bili. The supreme court thought dirTererit'y. however, and ruled thai under it married women could only make a contract, or confess judgment in three cases : First, upon any contract relating to any Iralc ur tit'oict moVA ?he u-as f.ti.i.;e ; sec ond, for the u--e, enjoyment and improve mentof Ler separate estste. and third, for necessities furnished for herself and family. But it is hard to ate bow the supreme cjurt can interfere with the act approved June 8, ls'.'X It provides that a married woman shall have the same property rights as Ler unmarried sisier, except that she miy not mort-jaf-e or conTey her real property unless Ler husband joins in such mortgage or conveyance. 1 ue new law declares that a married woman may make any contract in the exercise of her pruperfy rights as well as an unmarried woman, except that she may not become accommodation indorser. maker, guarantor, or surety fjr another, and she may not make or acknowledge a deed or other instrument mortgaging or con veying away her proj-erty without her hus band s consent. It is provided, too, tint a married woman may sue and be sued, but she may nut sue her husband except for a j divorce, or for support, or to protect her separate property. Husband and wife may testify in su-rh suits against each other, ex cept as to confidential communications. The law further guarantees the right to dis pose of Ler pioperty Ly will, but it does not take away the husbaud's rights to contest as provided by 'listing law. The new law, if 1 ermitled to stand as it ia, will greatly benelitnitrv bants and business men generally, as well as the married wom an herself, ho it seems bat fair should have the same rights as others who held propel ty. Rooms for Rent In Chicago. Three nicely furnished rooms, with Lot and cold water, baths, double beds. Ten minutes to Fair by elevated cars and L'o minutes by cahle cars. A nice iptiet place. Kent one dollar per day. N. S. Griffith, No. ltd 1 Wabash Ave. Beautiful Stoyestown. Stoyestown hi proud of its be-autiful loca tion and well it may be. It would be t.n i leal place for a summer resort, its advanta ges in this res;ot being rrcnguizej already by many people who go thither during the heated leriu to while aaay a brief resting f jiell among the (juiet hills and jn-acefu! val leys. Stoyestown is not a lively place, but it is a good trailing town and its people and those who live near are substantial. They know that their town h charmingly situated and it is one of their proud boasts that there is no belter place for health. Certainly their air is clear enough to please anyliody and it would be a vry unimpre.-ioriab'.e soul whith wou'd lot eipaad a little at the wide prospect whi( h gro ts the eye from the top of the ir.uia street l-iokin r off across the creek and over the railroad. The people of the village dream of the t.t been seen. Ttie j j.jy w Ut.:1 s,,n,e OIU. w:t! capital and enter buihlings stooii is riv .,;) t i j , i,j .c,... -.i the worid to repair thither for health and sylvan recreation, an 1 their dream may 'et be teaiizi-d. The opportunity is there and it is not Fke'y to go begging- always f.r tbe man of pluck to euiurace it. J ,'tn.nuu ''-ei'C-'!.'. A Theologian's Theory cf Woman. From the I'iit-Lurg Tiiues. The Bev. C. S. I.ucjs, pastor of l!ie First Christian Charcb, Allegheny, preached a sermonette last evening on " Woman."' He supplemented Lis remarks by saying Le would challenge the world to disprove any statement Le made, end if any of his hearers w ere in doubt as to any pjint made he would ; glad. y devote f mr hours of Lis time in his study to proving all lie said. He said : "liud criatv-d animals .a pairs, hut Adam iadividu r a.iy and alone. Eve was in Adam originally, i and woman came from man entirely. Man ! was not created for woman, but woman for man. Adam lost by the operation w hat God took to put in Eve. He was created a male and a female. It is not believed that Moses meant a rib was taken from Adam. I'ost was used to make man. but woman was made from the liesh. tiud never breathed into Eve's nostrils. She got breath from Adam. Tiie Bible shows two principals, a male and a female. The male principal is the spirit and the female principal the soul. A woman's heart is her home. Shealksthe ear.h by divine right as the rpieen of hearts and the queen of man. Eve was given a body of liner organisation than man. It is not a woman's business to reason, as she gets formation Ly tuition. Home a woman becomes a thinker she is a mannish woman. What the ser-ent tempted Eve with was to abdicate her soul and love and usurp Adam's j-ower as a thinker." The speaker concluded by saying it was as much a person's duty to get manitdas it was to be baptizrd. Association of Physicians and Sur geons. I'uder the auspices of the Bedford County Medical Society, a meeting was held at Bed ford Springs on Tuesday, at. which time a Tn-State Association of Physicians and Sur geons, wa organized, representatives being present from West Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania. The following officers were elected : Presi dent, Br. Corge H. Carpenter of West Vir ginia; vice presidents. Dr. J. C. Stever of Huntingdon county. Br. H. S. Wishart of Fulton county, Ir. W. S. Mountain of Som erset county. Br. E. Buke of Cumberland, and Lr. M. H. Betwiler of Bedford county ; treasurer, Br. S. H. Gump of Bedford : secre tary, Br. A. Enfield of Bedford. Mid-Summer at Atlantic City. Tue Mid Summer Excursion of the Balti more and Ohio Bailroad to Atlantic City from Pittsburg, Wneeiing, Parkersburg and ail intermediate stations to Washington Junction, Md , will be run oil Tbursdav, July -J'-.b. This will be the second of the aeries of the Baltimore and Ohio Seashore Ilxcurs ons, and will beoa a par with its prtdecessor in the convenience of train ar range nien is, excellence of accommodations and superiority of"the service. Those avail, ing themselves of the low rates offered for this excursion wiil find Atlantic City at ti.e height of its mid summer gaieties and glo ries, while the bathing wiil be the best and the boating superb. Tickets will be valid for return jourmy fur twelve days from day of sale, and will Le good on ail regular trains. Oa return journey they will be good to stop o:X at Washington, tuns affording an opportunity to visit the numerous public buildings, which are open to visitors free of charge, and io take a trip down the Potomu- to Mt. Vernon, the tomb of Washington, as w ell as to visit other places of interest io aud near j Washington, , For rates and time of trains, consult ap pended table: I-I.IVI Rot k wo..! . Jurmsiow a Ssitrierset w Meyer, laie A. M. A.. EAT K. In iT 1.1. 10 .vM '.to s.j.- r. a- t.s'y ! lv 4 el V.J I 11 IT 1 lei A. Jf. .') . U vgp. a. ioo s-ai Hyadmiui.. Ciluiberhuitl. Ig. sj la 7.50 Correspondingly low rates from other sta tions. Pullman cars on both trains. For more detailed inforrnatio.'' apply to nearest B. & O. agent . . A Wonderful Record. I). W. Border, of IJethU, has a Toland China brood sow which is a eorker in its way. Oa August ISO, when bat ten months old, the sjw gave birth to nine ergs ; on February 1. this year, she hid fifteen more, aud last Sunday she increased this by sixteen, making forty pigs within less than eleven months. Mr. Border would like to bear from any one who has a tow that can beat ibis record. Highest of all in Leavening Fewer. Latest Lr. S. Gov't Reoort. Orxl Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE Col. T. V,. Seariirl.t Tnfcos a Trio 4 Over t!ieIvVial and Gives Some Interestiriir Pen Pictures. Many changes have taken pla ss along the National Pike since that great national high way was in t!. full tide of its glory ia the days of Clay and Polk and Jackson. S;s-ak- ing erf these matters with a Cumberland Tnm reporter a few daya ago. Col. T. B. Scaright, the historian of the pike said: " Yes. 1 drove over the old National Boad ia a Buggy bringi-tg Mrs. Searigbt aiotu; to see that no harm Lefcl me. We had a very pltaaant tri;. I txj'erienced a feeling of I sadntss at witness ng the great changes wrought along the road by a half a century of time, but a recollection of its past glories kept me from a moody state of miud. Near ly all the old tavern keepers, stage drivers and wagoners are dead, and many of the old taverns utterly obliterated. I left my tired horse in the keeping of Joe Fisher, u old stage driver in Frostburg. I recogrril his f.ce the moment I saw him, although I had not seen Lim before for forty years. " Coming out from Cuiontown one of the first place of note is the Turkey's Nest at the foot of the f.rst long western sloeof Laurel Hi!!. '.'Id wagoners and stage drivers Would not recignize the Turkey's Nest as it appears to-day. Its ancient beauties are supplanted by what they call the greater beauties follow ing iti the wake cf progress and improve ment. The big water trough, one mile from the summit, once so familliar to stage driv ers and wagoners, occupies its old place on the road side up against the laurel beds, but thcold stone building near it has Collapsed and is iittle less than a pile of debris. To add to the encroachments of progress the ancient water supply at this famous point has been cut ofT by the I'tiioiiiown Water Company. "The summit of I-aurel Hill wears its old timea-pec!. The cottagis are there fairly wen preserve- anu ,., ma... o.uuimg is s.io standing, but plainly yielding lo the ravages of time and storm. J -rry rsavdtr s oid tav ern at the foot of the hiil still remains, showing evidences of the kindly tfforig of iuhl-nd owner io keep it from faili The ow ner is Bew.s inai proprietor, M. Snyd. a sou of the orig- who lost Lis eyes ma years ago by an explosion ia a limestone quarry The stone he was quarrying were fr use on repairs of ti.e read. Ihe Chalk I Hiil hoit-e, e.ght miles east of I'aionloirn, j near Fayette Spring, shows bat slight change. 1: -lid kteps open as a tavern, j and is sustained by a lo- al tra le only. The i old Biiiy Bariington sloae hoaso is still oj en , for the a. cmruo latioa of the public, l:.-,1 I Weil kept !y (Vlvin 1 an. The old Mt. Wa-hiiigton lions" retains its original a- : K-arance. b'lt is a private r-. v.d-. r: re. Here ; the Coo-.'. Intent line of .V ages chang-d Loises. The old -tone loll h-cise near Mt. Wa-bing'on has t imbl. d do a. " f he old Kjs Hush, stnge Louse of the St'jcktun line, has n-'t ln--ti kept as a tavern for many jei-rs. Mr. Ifush lives yi it ia re tirement, and is of venerable age. The Louse and surroundings are well preserved. The old Inks house stands as a silent, lonely monitor of the glories of the pa-:, and Nit h olas McCartnes, its most fatuous proprietor. is dead, but by no means f irgotten old liarlev Bush hoii-e. a popular Ti - waoa stand of the olden time, is a lonely (arm house with nothing around it to teil of the ' stirring stones of ti.e past. So it is with the ! old Yeast, M.t V.lougb, Marlow and Browa- ! field housts. The hum that once surround- ' el them is changed t j painful stillness, no: ' to say solitude. " j "The great bridge at the Big Crossings is g'ving away, but is to be repaired and re stored. A w.se thing to do. The old Ead s!ey house in Somerf.eld, Ls still kept up. It is in good condition and well managed by Wm. Ilndsley, a son of the old proprietor. : The Metzar house. Templeof Juno, still prt- j seats its antique and now lonely appearance . to the few passing travelers. The Newbury and Mitchell taverns are farm bouse, fair- j ly well pres-ervtd, but the large old siabies are bending and wavering. Petersburg I wears a prosperous appearance, but the land 1 marks of the old pike are nearly ail affect- ! ed. j " Augustus old tavern at the foot, ar.d the old stone tavern at the top of Winning Ridge, Lave suo umbe-1 to the new order, and the old wag iir wtuU scarcely recog nize them. Keyscr's B dge is not like it was w hen the panting stae teams were driven up before the doors of Stoddard's and Farreli s old taverns. Nigger Mauntain is j the same old rugged l-ak, with a history thai cannot be obliterated, but it echoes Co longer the rattle of the stage coach. The Little Crossing? is the seal of a l apparently well cultivated mountain farm, wit n noth ing of its ancient prestige. Tne Shades of B.-ath have no longer any terror for the trav eler. The trees are ad cut down and the tra dition of Sam Lunian's encounter with high- vivmfn UaI: trut reniiln tu reniind t!;e t present stf.Iers of iLe glories of theoIJ pik " The old Tomlinson home is in a px.r i state Of preservation. The Sand Springs are merged in the municipality of Frostburg, and few can remember ihe old popular wag on stand at that poiot. The Franklin Uouse and Highland Hail are rememljered on'y in song. Mr. Sheets keeps a toed house in Fro:burg. but it is only lineally descended from the tavern of the old pikf Clarv's old t-'acj. east of Frostburg, remains i solid and lo ks r.atarah The Kverstera ! house has vanished. The toll house is still ! stand. uz six nines from i. umter.and, b it no tolls ate demanded. The old flruee hou-e a: the junction of the eld and new Itxations, remains a moLurceiit of the past. "The Narrows'" are as picturesque and beautiful ao when seen and admired by Henry Clay. I found the road better I ban I antic,ted. There are but few rough p'acts between I'niontown and Cumberland.'' " Did you see many old pike boys in Cum berland ?" " I saw Samuel Luman, Ashbel and Han on, Williion and Rb-rt Hail, who mani fested a deep interest ia Ihe Lhstory of the old road." " When wilt your history be published?" " The coming fail, I think. The road from Frostburg to Cumberland is as good as ever it was, and the drive from the point first named, down to Cumberland ia the ' evening, is delightful. The Colonel has been gathering material far his book lor year past. Easy to Manage. The Cinderella Kinge is easy to manage, many other ranges are not. Tbe construct ion of the Cinderella a Iciits of plenty of air nader the grate, whieh prevents it from burning out, aad every provision is made for cleaaliues. Examine it before you buy. Sold by Jas. B. Holderhum. i of Waiot.t Gler.! Farmer John V. FredJ Monigomtry cui-sty, has harvested iiU wheat crop for tbe season of vC and reports ibe wb At of tbe Fait variety, thrte and three- quarter acres, from whi b 'I A A abeaVeS, J weighing an average of tea pounds were j Ukra. Mr. Frexkl estimates the grain jieid j as fully tweuty-tive bushels tu the arre which U Urge considerably above the w heat average. The owner of the Walnut Glen farm will not sell this wheat, not a i 1 bube ofit. But be will feed the statue lo his L'h.cWc..s andean make in errs il xr bushel out of the graiu in that way. FROM EX COVER NOR EEAVEI1. Advantages of a department of Mining Engineering at the State college. Tu the VJl'in- uf ihe "-.Mac- t H.ru' l. Sib: The I-esrl-latarr ol "Pennsylvania at its last session did wisely in appropriating the money for the establishment of a Ie partment of Mining Engineering at the Pennsylvania State College. The appropri ation will b? sutSjieat for putting inlo prac tical and successful operation a thoroughly equipped "school of mines." With budd ings an 1 well orgauhitd departments ia all the fundamental branches of a g-Hi educa tion, the appropriation made by the legisla ture enables the State College to apply every doiiar directly to the technical part of the education of a mining engineer. Il is the desiga of the College to organise this department so as to lit its students for the position of mine superintendents, mine foremen, mine iasjectors. etc., as well as mining engineers, special reference Deing had to the needs of Pennsylvania. Being warmly interested ia this subject not oniy aa a member of the Board of Trustees of ttie State College, but also a practically inter-es'-clinll.e development of mining inter ests in Pennsylvania, I write you to call your a'.tentioa to the subject so that the fact of the establishment of such a depart ment may become known ia ail parts of our Commonwealth interested. TLe demand f ir such a department or scb-Kl b.is been shoa a for a number of years in the intro duction of hi. is for the establishment of sep arate s hools of mines, arid the further fact that many students now at the Stale College and others entering the present year have already signified their intention to enter this new department. I know of no phase of advanced scientiris etiiiiration which has mure of practical inter est for the people of Pennsylvania than this. We Lave great numbers of bright young men ia our mining regious who are endeav oring under great ditlh allies and discour agements to ti! themselves for poAitions sucu as are herein indicated, who should bae tne opi-ortumty o: securing tne a.lvantigcs . cf ft l:Un. eciL,,on at a mr:ii.lm cf -rUrs -v,ntag the Pennsylvania State Col'ege offers, and of them hundreds of our bright young men should take udvanta-je. Those who arc inter ted ia the suljict can secure all the infirm. iii .n they desire by ad dressing Br. George A. Athvrton, i'.-e-ideet, " State College," t entre county. Pa. Hoping that you will be iuterrsted ia this 9'ihj-rt. as its importance for your region demands, I am very cordially Vo ir. Jvves A. BrvviK. To the Cities of the Sea via trie Pennsylvania Railroad for $IO the Round Trip. On July tilth next trie sscond of the pop ular lJ-Iay Eirursiotis to the seashore wiil leave Pitt-burg by sp-cial lr-.il a at ilj-l A. M., arriv ing ia Phil. i.leln lea at 7 N that ev- i nuiug. where the tight may be str.t, and I tT regular train taken th-r next day f r the shore The lh keti will he valid for r. t tra pa-ssg." for twelve day, an 1 a ctioice of ties tinatioris allowed, whetht r A.iau.ic C.tv, Cipe May, Sea I-le City, or CVeaa Citv. Ttie rate of ;b.' from Pittsburg and proportion ately low rates from other pla- s is rem irk ably cheap, and at! ids an excellent oppor tunity, for an eeonoiuic.il trip to the ocan. Thtse rat-s apply on reg il.tr trains leav- lug l .tlsburg at I :r ', ami S.io P. M.. or at ri ho A. M. oa the orl s;ev'iai train leav ahov e mentioned da"e. The special traia w 1 lowing schedule, and at the rates quoted : 1 S- run oa the fob e :.ckeis will be sold Tr. its Lr ti e . A. M. Kits. Jvhu-:o.va... ...sj :., l For derailed information address or apply to Thos. I". Wan, Passenger Agent. 110 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburg. VJ BI.IC .ISLE OF Val h l a Estats ; virtue an fMt-r ,.f i,. -.aiw' n:rt ui N-EifN I mi:i' ii:r i ;. we :U - ;jt- Vj ju i' Jciic; or" tit-c'tl uu 1 oct if th T. l';t.. aii'l to -it at ihe Friday, August 18th, 1893. at 1 o'fVitii f M . the f !. iv.-z It-scri'ol rval i J. H- Lc iijr-r. cW.i, t- it : N". 1. 1 f. Tjo'-t'riil trrt' t -i Ian 1 ::uite in Jfitii'-r tr.v:i-.Vf.. r-;ii-rM-t r;nty. p.. wi -;n-IV !a:ii ot J.J. ii '. A. K:uir. irf! r ;Li-i' o-:icl hy j. fc.a.-k n:ro. au-1 o:r,-r, -fit: n I" wk- corrc or .rj, ha-ibif a u. vr l5 Frame House, ai: l a I v biak Vara tberettti. al or a!.t ta u h-t.- tra.-; uii-ler, If .1 t T-ia ot iuiL Tj-re are two t iiar-1- of tr..U a:M a Minr '-ar;.; ri :::e frm J. A .'rrtn:u UH'-t F.tuate .q tr.e time lov:i-::;:, .!j,iTi.:.4 laL.il-of Js..'b c-ierrv. Joj.n ' !-; L,-r M'ni otue.. e riti:i.nr a re mtr t ! Ie. hav:;; a-i.ieiiins hoi aiihl siHOle ihereoa I crc.'te'i. Terms : li pr rent f rnroha nT t-T Ut b paid a Nkin itn(.r"y i i n iic i j ii : 1 . .f ;..ir,-ha.- uuT!ey. Ie 1( ;-r een;. on ((arirnijit.on ! wi.e ; 1 . ou Ar:l 1. i-.'l an-i ! : ot A !. I , :ih inU-rt t oj i f e !T 1 I-1 :n -Lit, i'. ! j'j U " 3 on euu-'triualfn o" !e. FiitNK KOI-oKit-'. LViI V. K-'l-.KK-i. llxerulor- & Tru-tee. OF Vanabh Real Hy v;rtif r.f an or-Vr of fait .::'' i "r. "ttv i' as ot roe afrt-.-t't. I w:.! e- f .r ru-. fjirni . Ijhi-jju iiai.ua.., la ' A ll- It . . ou i-st:-d out of thi" 'lit I o:.rilv', lo a.e Ir e fn.rne ia Nort'.ara(toa FRI DAY AUGUST 4, : ia tiie arV-rriooa. the follow- t l:ri....-!.r slute. Vii : No. 1. A tract land sit-iir ? i Northamp ton town -r. r;., N.mt r-.-t co-,;:,iy. Ka.. a-lj.n;. n$ lfir-d ot" s il lMr-.c. s;rri.ci I.aomaii oilier-, euritil.rjir.n l-l -ra- niore or ie-a. of wloeh there are d i.o ae.-es t l.-nrt'd. i) aers ia n-'i luw jut bViirii-e He I trmt-ereil tti'.a Pine. Ht-iiiiu it aal ciai, baviaH a iarire lo-swry f.naie Dwelling House, larve Hni V-irtj, Ma' k vn.-h sh-'O, i'limntr h.tie aai oih-r out t tiil.i:n- tJiere-'O ere t.J. Tne t i tdjii-;' re all t-oirnii:iveiy new. "1 here s t.t if.i apjtVo-rt fiar K j-tar ui- ; ti or hri ati! other im.x ir t ie f'r-ni-'H. Tf:e Iarn u-u wavi-l riifi t-ea?ns 1 nev rriiiT pr:iiir. .t!UiCe M-e 4iii-a ha;f tnil.-i iro'n Kaun.Ri UU;u an: I 1l-v'" I. . uti ihv Ii. A. H. R. No. 1. A tra-t of !rin1 ;t:iate in .VorThmr t.ii Utw ."iii.ret coi.itiv, I'., aii; i-n i--rf i hf::n Vvwiier. il. lurra.-h, Win. iiitiie v'oinh l'tfr. iteJinaii Mart. in-L-t a Hro. ati'i '. r. Mi Unniritf "0 a'-re :;i re tr le , of ah. h w.ere are ai.-j;.t hj a r ciearr!. ilv.u a Log House, with f'aie k;!ch-n atta he-l a Mr.k bam aa 1 other buii'lio. tatrrm ei-.::''i, m apple tr'-huM al ir- ur mp a tne jr:io:. Ti.e Uricet porti .n of lui tra t it nr.ely umbere-1 w :tri P.;;r. lietoit-a, ai 1 ! !fiar. ms lent Ut cut over a mil. ton teet of ! lumber, alut 4 unie iroui l ie B. dt u. it, &.t j gnjX r-ieid- and easy urm-ie. I Nor. 1 ani Jare Nnn r-iive ii- nt to cr arch anJ ci.fiii aud tu (fAavl iajcalluufeau'l spieuJid Ue-ajta- byrn- No. 1 Tbe undivided one third :nteTt of a tract" land ?:tualen i-K h rvai:ey and North amnion Uttnnjfi. C"Uia!:u:i arrv Tnore of IeM. adjoining lands oI"i:giu;a M. Wa.terx Ottilia ki I'.il At-aerniiau. a. H. Dar'ath. t-et-r P. Hr. -s. Uy a:d o0-r. Th: trtwt :a uu ieraia ;a tice veil oi l.uieuun and ouai. -Terms TVn p r cent, ef the Tii.rrha e Ty,nT to pM hen the pro!rty u It'tut tex d.wn, one-'hmi vu c'i i.rri4viton of aU; and delivery of leod. cue - tMrd m m mnvh. aiui o:;e iniM in oiwa i.r lr .ni n..et:re.;!, ji nl Mil. la, I n infffOt J in the di rrd a?ujeriij to he x-cured by judg nSL-u; rxudon tue premise. L. C. COI.RORN. Aa -nc of 'Ueou iktna&. LETTER Th Popular Suits for Traveling and Street Wear rw the BLAZOR and EATON SUITS. Nothing mora convenient for a lady to travel in than one of the above itesciib f I SriiU. We Uav tt..u tvm J i r...tr.l. T cu b- v..,ru jih aoiy kind of wa..-l. V. e ha.e 'i a..sts, r..-. 1 ia le, frou- chic. ipa:d. All oar suajiuer ti ;vhLj are Bo s.iS.1 le.ird'ttn, f ivi. ( hal'.tvs reduce 1 n j-v to 5 and 6 tents ; GinhauiB 1 kin t o I'lauJ l.'i ents ; t'jiii'evl Mul's. !3ushun. Pcnees. Iishuew and Cotton FlasLc ali to ko at :. p-r yar i ; Pnated Dotted .-i:s g-i at li e ; het .riUt I ren h .st;n, HO and ;-i cent ij-wlity, ail g- now at C)c. ; Kr .te iteiia. ." and i') cent quality, all go now at :K IUtioctiou in all depaituienta n seasonable Goods. Children' Keadr-Made tutuhaai dre-i. oO and 7" ifnts. and l goods, go now at 25, 50 and 75 cents. Ak to see our new Bargain Towel at 2V. JOHN STENGEE, SPEING of 1S93. WE are Ready. Are YOU? Our prihar Jtoek contains even tliino; that is New, Beautiful and Stylish. Tn Men's, Youth's, Hov-j and Children's Clothintr we are the hustlers. - A head and shoulder above ur Hat Peartinent cliallencfes the admiratio seeing is "believing, call and be satisfied. THOMAS & KARR, 251 and 253, Main Street JOHNSTOWN, PA. THE NEW WHITE FRONT BUILDING ! No. 113 Clinton St., Johnstown, Pa. GEISS OLD STAND, NOW QUINN'S. LEADING STORE OF THE CITY TO JIUYCYOUIl DRY G00D3, CAEPET3, LLNOLEDHS, FANCY GOODS. ETC. With, economy and profit to the Customer. Come and see. UIT OF PABTITION. T.Hinrcv I.oii.ipJ. f;irtr I..sjaM in H.r- : riv n lr-tr.ar 1, ti t-ithrr ay-;ie or WVf furtf- t tua t Acuity, t'a . atil M-try Ana Ku-ti, uit-rui-ir- j ritfti it ii I aae Mit.-h.-ll, of y ttc rtun;y, fa. V'vu are hcTt'i-jr n.iiiril that in fmrMinn'-e if r a Wrii I. trillion i-ntt t f lit lirM-anV t iirt f c-M;i'f-t -ii.ntv, IVua-yiVttuiA, rni lo j D- hrr t -I, I iii Ii"I't an :!itii 't u i 'ht- p': !iii- j ii. ui er Tur;' vrp- uw !:-mj, r irrserM-t f'JT;iy, ! on ..nh Uy, ihtf-sri .uy i( A';Mt. :. i:-i; ttacrc VuU ran a'-ifU'l if tU I xi.k T" r. -r-iitn:: - lAlAti . J ;.y :y ii, I-':. sheriiT A Hoiiry Smitii, of .'iir-4.'t lowtx- L-tf,. of akui!.ira.iu m the :iiove entate 1" 'ffi: k fHiilt-'l .. t."".e uinl3r!KK'-l by me .-:-;at n'l'i.oniy, n irire H irt-rony K'v to all g"-n. i..'i-'U'i tu -kiJ tr'.aUj t uinkc imra,ii ai'e; u.e-i.t, ttii'l tlitkde havii tf tiuiiLi Kktuin t I -.; ui I .re--ur. tii-jta tl-i.v a:taerun alol l"t r 1 n. -Tit .tt Ttturiiy. the .il-l of Aug., 1-v",, at i::o :' r.-: it-io if ilt-o !-(. J"ii A. VY. A-l- irr.-tniT.ir. oiii. I'.-:. Aautxo. A1 DMINlSTUATOns NOTICE. hf-r, !ai of Larim;r towa .!I,aw; (1. Ijttr o'aLiti!;.i;ra.itn, r i - t' itit' T9 on in; nUfV -ia, havm hc-cn i,TtuUr'i lo Ih uiitl -rr3:i..o!. by tue Kei;:-;r of v.ih, ftc. iti ai'il rtr ?ii:v tt '-tviTiiV, i.iti'' i Ii.-rbv uiveii I 1 ffwiii ::i-;.:tv --I tot'ii'i e-.it.T to maktf im uitLute i-tty rifiit, i,ft tJuw havin iai:is a-.:t:n--t tin--Hn:e to prr?ri; tiiin thi.y auI-.-titi--atti t-jr vtt:t'i.ie:it on YVtf..:i.V.i'V, iii iJtu aay of Atisfit. 1 -', at tin rt-nle;K vof Ihe tia-lc-p.i.H-'l in tri nvii .- towH-ir.,1. JAO'U il'X ii.-TKTl.KR. A..ii!iu-l:ir. Ivlate of Elizabeth nnrshrver. Utc ot sLa-!v .lire il- Ij-ttr7 te-t-imentanr oo the aNve t.-i:e hav il ' ii i.riuril to v.ie uri.(rnii.':i(ri ty ine ri er a.:i:oi ny. uot.i-r i- Lerct-y . v ti aii jH-rnun iii-lfMr i i. t-ai I -.:ut; to ui.i ie ;iii!:ini:ae p Ureiit anU in !.avm fln-iuu the iMine uti. pr.-ei.i ti.eiu tin-y authenli .iietl for w-tttt-nifitl, n ir U :! a;nnty. the iri 'lny ol Au-KU-L, I-;, at Lilt- late ru-st iout-e if U'r a. L Jtt l it- M 4.-, A-im. iii? rater. DMINIrSfUATuRS NOTICE. e, late uf a.i:umlt town- fi:(. ie. d. Leit-.-rrr of a.Inti!ii-tr;;-' the aUivt1 ta:e hiii:t'j h-t-ri .TAtitei to the uul-riuel by the jr;vr irh-rir, ivrtice t her'bv ie'vU ia a.i Jw-tfwili t.lol V'Ml't e-tnu to illHrie uiiiaeli- aiefy;nn:. ai)! ttir flv:r.if t-ta:iias aifaint trie Mt:.if nt pre!it t;iem Uu.y aur 1 1 fntt-1 r t !;.ei:: ::t 4.n ttturiay, A'ik'i ijth. at laie iL"i'leiit-e of Je.tio. iti ?iif.nui tou B-l.:p JAIX'H M. K!KK. A.liniiii-tra.r. A I'MIM-TBATuirs NOTICE. In ie-e-:are of (ieorire M ek. ilovi.!. la-.c of !.. i:i;. if l.eetl -:;.! iioi l.-l. I r s.rrs-t e,j:i;y. I '!: ! kiiiniio-ti.iroti havu-K l.e.-n i-sued j I.. .- u.i.i.-s trr.--i - me iio,-.r ;-.tto-i y no- i tie- r.e:v-t-y illvell to ail partus !:.. let. tell ti j -a:. I e-t:e t'l lcnke iiuniedl.re Iavin"l i.f Urir ! -Al.-ie are! ail imrtl-bavin eimiti- KkTainst siiivl -rn-e. lo j-r-eut ll.eio Iil- aa'.beull. ate-! to iik: a or Ilore trtir I .lh dio tf A'iKU-t. W'l, at the n'-idenet oi ine dts.tased lor payrneut ntt set Ueli.vlil i-Aill r.L, Al-.LH. A-!mlni-unUir o. ijtsirge Mtx-k. 7 X ECVTOILS' NOTICE t.-taie of Samuel Fox. lute of nierst-t ash.p1 r oiaersel iseiic.j. Ph.. nee d. Lt-tter.i te-umeiitary on ihe ue estatu hav ing rs-eu grunted to tue undersiiciietl by tlie prop er ii:...k-iit. ine.ivv; is : . rso.y iiivea lo ml persons Knuw n.'x niein-ives iriUettui to Mid estate to einimst a;airirt the name to preheat tfieni duly a'Uu w.u ai-l f.r M?:t etaent at :e ufli'-e of J. ti. an! K. L. Ui tne broJt.'h f So-ucrnet oi; -rf ttrtore Saturday, August 6th. 1- ' i MAKV Ff, J. H. FX, J. L. A.t r E. L. Fo, txe utor of Saxniel Fox, tlec'J- P'XFXTTOUS' NOTICE. tta? of Jacob Mur7hy, Ute ofivmtrMrt rounty. IvHft r tuner: try on the a-ov -ute hav iiiC U.--n jratUu'i U ;iie uu-!arsai;rje.l hy lae p tr biithiTUy. ti.:h- U nerrhy kjr.;i t jt-rou hi'lf li t,M ei-ln'e lo ffiaar nnriei ilia pv-rttt-ux u:.J tii e Qavii at eniinr a'i:i't thts Mitie vs-.ii pre-eiK li.eiu aaiheUl:cAU;l lor ie'.Ue tui i; to HIK4M ORM. t-i!ou a, r a:ahrlA Co. ticcuur. E XIXTTor-S' NOTICE t j'.e of W u W. ri:T;:h, iate of Jenrer town- 3:V. Nomern.-t rouiuy. J'a., deeuaHrd. lx'-r- :e:aaiei.try om ti.e ao.v- e-H-ite hav iiilf Ufa fed M i:ir under if uei by the prft er ai:.a.-ri:y, notice is Uereoy f:vrii tiaii :erMtia jii'le.'Ud to :d t-t.ite, nmtr ;ii.:uediHt-- y in m :.d tfHo havicK ciaiuir i;ii;). the Maine, wi.i ;ree:it tnern daiy autLeiiU'te 1 to the Kx e-.-iU' r ttt jv.eiiittaoniJ.(f. Fa., ou or be lore duiur dav, Jhii-y lji. B. 5. Ff K. ticeulor. jXKC'UTuaS' UTICrl i-ai4.tr cf Je ".if.k. late of Svuhantoa Uwu f.mu !ouierri ( titity. Pa. I-trjf to-L.tiierilry oa tr.s a-o e estate liaT inx -eu Krariitd to in- u:it r-!)(iie'i y xif prop er a:aj r:ty, notice l Lt-rrSf g.m u all peiiiiii I'K.e.'U'i to -id -tatk4 U tuiiave lmuietli tie py lurui ,id th're ni'. 11:4 .i:i? ar.iu-iV tee me t:U prwnt theni U lf!efuut duly anthemi ou or ).. i.re Mtur.uy, J j.y -, l:- at tne 1U- re.dctiJ ol' dV ti. jt?3fc; j. K. jxix riui- uTia- jnAtata of ''trore R::ik. deeeajied. laU of Jenner l nA;p, Il-r! teamentry 01 tne a,ore estate bT it ieeu srruu.d Ut lie i:nler-!tfuel by tue tior er auth.a:iy. no!! e 11 Cereo i(:ven loali pex-it- Hid, '-ted to ?:d eUU. lo Biaie l:naiedia;e imj me'it toje tiavit if a-,ajrii- a.- nipt il mitc mi 1 ure-wTit tiieiii duiy aa:fuii' ;ej foe aettie nien: on Th'rda . AiMi-i'i. !--.. at Uie Utv ot jauita M. toset, m Jnu-r K vU. jA.V.a. M ( i.Vr.K, :.n.oui jkM-v, taetutorv. F ARM FOK SALE. The vii.-deriT:ed offer at private a!e the frm of t.e rate tiwrieis Fi.e. adjoium Houjrrsi hrtvifi. 3 U.e stoyctowa rt.!. conuumiif aire fis.is; er lem. 1 lie ina i in an eei lein .tare of euUrv.U'm. ail new f:ot-aB.l eil waierssl- U uii.ieriwa nolo vein of (rou-l etml ai-..l eveetlriii ar riay. Auee-r.nl new lni is . ou irie i.rt-mKs. Fur leraia and mnrier pi--t:tuirs ai'P'7 Ui (jtOROK G. PILE. Sia bt siomersel St., joftmitm n. Pa. or t HARLEs K. PILE, Bonenet, Pa. -:0.- all wo ould- be cometitors. '.ration of evervbodv. As $15. "5. Fifteen Dollars Las a power to draw, if correctly inve-teil, which leutd a lottery. For Fitleea Dol lars you can draw a nice Chamber uite no blank tirkets. Every Fifteen Dollars deposited g ts one ui: SriJE. It s like irei-iii lob lar for dollar. You hae seen or heard of our $1 ti uite. "What you ?aw or heard of in that Suite you can find in this and more, you save a dollar too, which is an item to most of us. One tiling sure, if you buy one of these $15 Suites you ret a reliable article from a reliable tirm. The Mute will stand by'vou and u stand bv " t!ie Suite. we HENDERSON FURNITURE CO., JOHNSTOWN. PA. A I'lHrn'-s NOTICE la Re-Estate it Catliirine tUn-Inv. I tlee .1. In thet rrpnaiut' Cutirt of i:M-r't ( ouuiy, 1'tuu v.vauia. -Tiii Mar, 1-e.t, A lmiui-irator aeeuunt ror.- rir:ii.-.t ..sii!ite:r. tn.l now, ! ith July. 1 vr., ,,n m.Hion of Fred W. B,e-e er. t, . Jll j I...- the a.iuiunsira!or. li.ed lae t'ourt aiiini L. ( . t'olburo. tj.. Autli lnc, tu a-evnaia ailtuvvneut. an I distnlioia tne lim ! in tiie hand, of the Administrators tt le! anion tin se .Mia.lj emails! liierelo. j simier-t". tou.iiy, f .-vint.-i frmn the reenrl. -.riiriv.l l.tli J tv, '. -'- I' .V J. 1I1L- M AS, Clerk. Notice i berebr uvea thai I will meet tit at tuii l to tue .f inc. under the le appoiiuaeut , i i.ir ohm e in oeora .t I olaoru. Sxiiuerl, Pa . I oo Ihuratlav. A'iu ltttto. a. l.. 1kic ir !" A. ov-n aavl . Oer ail prUn vu attend. L. C. COLJMiKX. Auditor. A EDITOR'S NOTICE. Estate of William Stul!, dei eaned. HAvmif leenduly arpoint1 Audit br tli (rphaii Court tf Kuer'--l enmv, t., ia tbe at,re e?uite, to man- a d:trihuut'u of lto fund in the hi;.i ..f the Admitiun rtur to and anm thoe .etrifciiy eiitiE.e! thef ta. 1 will atCriid to th dtit:t-ot -tid Mppuintliitffit ThurvtAy, AuC. X l !'o'!m a. M . at my oftire in !hiruereC, la. . utu a:id,i here a i irtoj. cn a-1.-:!. KUi W. fcaijti kEk. AudaWr. nici:. .Ntxice in herebT rlrpn that the n.,prVw-n,l ha n I w itn the oee y u. kulernai A'!ir, tor tne Mre ot VAMnyivan:a. at Jiarriun?. her ii'l,i-u,u for a wtrrnnt i survey a tr-i of in- f-r.v.'i land eoitiaiDiim nhoot hi huudred at-rea Mt'uife tit the towiiihjf of Fjnt, otuif y of ?onj-er--1 a, id Mie of i'enuiy 1 anta, ad;oiujiiir utnda of Henry Hoixip'.e, .n tiie k.-l ; Jiu-ob K kip pie t! 1 Knavi Lrir.-i. on tne i-iun; KnavA ne:r in Ine ; nl k navel heirs and .ici k.iitt:i ou tr,e S'tr'U. K-i.aKL (iINtEIPEiU.E8. uTICF My wife. ?as-Hh M fnv-rrr havir.if lef my hui n-i U artl . r ti iuuut n t-M-i.ae or prov urmt ju ha'ever. nont-e i hre;.y Kten U il pcnmiiit nH u i. ax .r t tr-:: hr-r ua my at-int, aa I wili ri'4 pv :iy lei'5 ht-r rcirieAUf June ! . '. JiMu . i.oWfcR. A Notire ia berehy given that Joiwph G. Mornet of Summit 'laii.n, "ymrvt rt.anty. henii a.. ail hi ife. H.i.viO. hy del of voluntary a Mtrtm.t nt. datei J'l.y Ut. !-'.., have awik"iei U i yrut B. iiiofcof Vw Leaii'utoii. tid uuty. in trul fT tne heneri! of the cr-d:ur tf m aid J . i. Moifiiet, aia 1 ii ejtiai. rei and pe"iu:. of toe vid Jo. Mou-(, wftv-l.ier in Iii owl nanifr n trie DJinte ( :he M.miuUiiu Kle-trual Mttai'ita.. and .Mt'trun n- 4 oinpmnr. A I JiTnxis Snow 11. 5 tt tii.-lv e ind-ttel U kai j , h . M-f.L t, wwi uoate U!'!utd.le pay nieM to. the 'd amiirr, aad ltre hat n t Ultni tfT UeUaaia-L.- lil pr-c3l the samr Wit:, ot.t deiav. I r.e --iTiee wi.l m. -t ddisUr ami rreli(on of a.TMr t tiie Joite llotte, iu Mryenalaie, 1 aur.Mlay. Jhii 7lii, l"''i, CYEl'i P. VM)RE. Aftitrne. T NTI E ! hereby wirn that all reroii front and after th a lat43 fitonst hauotnr. ridtinf. aa.k ii... f;-hnix. hnutiBn or trryiu on l lama, i4 ti.e toiUtvi in oainet pciNufm ia -tiematKnxbJC tap. nl v pruaeiuted arron iia! n law. K-fl, Joitu itortter. Martin renr-1, Jere. fceraey, Ja h lleiuemyer, Adam iiu-r. John A. boa man, am i J. Kteegla, (if.'f i. fnrtr, jrry Swart. J.ro Ktjonii Uosepa bauh. J-ily U aUV.. PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE, GETTYSBURG. PA. FOUNOCO IN 132. Larr Fa-u'tT. Two f'tit rrnrea of atndy na..'-ai an-t ?-:enti.. pwtnai rtairwa na a.l department a. oherator-, Lartralonea an-1 new iTT)n.MQm. Siiarif bundiOif-. ttteam b-t. Xioare .'-V-jo o.ue. Etpenea iw. lM-partiuent of Hr:ene anl rhrut.ai niuira id ebanre ot ei;enen ed phyir.an. ATeaib;e by freiuut KaiiRwI laiita. LoemCon ii tn bat IteBeld of -teuybunc. unml pleasant and heal 10 y. PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT, ia -(mri buiUlinr. fi b-ij .a.1 yMinir men prefnnir fof basinewi or riil, under spei.l cre of lli PniH'ijAi .nd three aifrisunu. resut iiiK wab iu!entn in Uie Muidtuc. K.il term okiis seia. Tin. t For mtAkuea. aodre. H W. MeslMijHr, D I., 1.U !.. PlwhletH, of ReT. O. li. KU.NoUt, A. M. PriaciiMU. beuytMinr, Pa, a ! ;!