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'1 i ! i The Somerset Herald. KUWARIi KCl'LL, Editor and Proprietor. v . WEINESI.VY. FEB. 'JO, lS3i The bill making the minimum K'ho'tl term seven months has beou dis. feittotl in the Senate. Tiik Burlimrton Hairk-Eye nugrests that the it tliat has formal lietween Mr. Ckwluihl ami his party Ls thick enough for skatinir. The Ix'trishiture adjourned on Friday last until Monday, the 2"th inst It wouldn't do, you know, to deprive "the hoys'' of their right to vote at the spring elections. Never N fore, within the knowledge of man, did the snow cover sa large a ftretch of country. The wise oliserv ers say it means immense t-rojis for the coming summer. The IH-ui-M-rats in the present CVm pres. started in coek-a-whoop to fight "protection, to American industry," and the sossion ends with a Kilkenny , f'zil anions then 'selves. I'yri.K Sm yet owns 2.o00,0u0 sq'iare miles of unoccupied land, an sir-.i aim t.-t as large as all KurojH', ex clusling Ii'js-iia. When it is all settled up what a country we will have ! The cold snap has carried death to tintuM millions of hugs and tree-destroying insects and we v.i;ht to haw :m aii;ii.!a!!t fruit crop. So there: is hope of comfR'iisation for the pr.'setit hitter weather and mountainous drifts. now , Lincoln's birthday ( Feb'y Uth) was si.ijfidily cedcbraUsl !i Tuesday of last week in a large number of cities throughout the cumtry. There is ap parently a growitig st-tiiiment to adopt the suggestion of Il uiiiib-il Hamlin to make the dav a National liolidav. Whex fj.ieen " Lill' was miming thing in Hawaii, she proposed to cut ofr tiie head of President I..le for high treason. Now .-he is on trial for the same crime and nothing hut the clemency of President IKde will keep her woollv head on her shoulders. Uxij:k a Kepubiican administration aula protective tariff, there was no trojii'e to liorrow millions and to make millions. Under a "tariff reform" ad min ist ration, we are paying extortion ate rates for money t the bankers of Kurope and our people are starving for want of employment. The country was assured that the 'reform tariff" was to ojnn up the markets of the world to American farmers and manufacturers. Ask the wheat growers, the cotton planters, the sheep raisers, the cattle men or the manufacturers, what they think of their new and world-wide markets ! T:ik Deni'KTatie mem! tens of tlu Finance Committer of the I". S.. Senate have agreed to report a bill in favor of the unrestricted coinage of silver. This is a mere piece of bravado. There is no more prosjiect of such a bill pass ing this Congress than there is that trover Cleveland will resign his posi tion as 1'resideiit. Foi: thirty years, when this goverti in"nt was under Itcpublican rule, it borrowed many millions of dollars, dictating its terms to the bankers of the world, ami reducing its rate of in terest as it saw fit, but last week the President negotiated a loan of .ii.-!,tKt t, o i t w ith the Kothchilds and IJelmonts of Kngland, and they dictated the terms. A more shameful bargain was never made. 1'xactly the same kind of bonds word for word two years ago c tuld have Ikvii jibKd at '2 jn-r ci-nt. which were last week placed at jkt cent. These fM;2,iiojK) of 4 p:r cctiL bonds were siil.l the F.nglis!i tankers at lull, and they have since levn bid for them 11.".'.; tuus this imlKs ile Administration allow s the foreign tmrmorants a prolit of nearly f;i,t:i.i,ii:t: on the transaction. This was a private transaction made by Mr. Cleveland and his Secretary of t!ie Treasury, without giving our ow n bankers or anv one el se a chiinee to "oniiet. for tlie loan. And moreovor on the alay this nejroliatioii wits eon suillllialed 4 jHT -cnt- Imtlals of a for mer and similar issue an.l falling due in l: 7 were selling in New Yark at HI'. A H -ieil.lican I'nsidetit. with a D.'tn wTatic ("oiisrress in n iwer would 1 ii? sJiiimarilv iiiir., i-'.e 1 for .m.-I. n tratis-.tctiou. Ain't the p.-a.pl of the j c i-.tsury p aying dear'v for their w his- i .. ... : .......... ne. u i-.si, n:u sna-y WaKllil nave it. 1 A Democratic Editor's Opinion of Cleveland The Washington correspondent of a Texas Iemocrati paper has received a "roast" from his editor, for having saial a pood word for 4 'Ieveiand's intentions. Following are two extracts from this editor's letter: "We d.t not liclievea word of the stated alasire f Cleveland to serve the ls4 interacts of the country; alo not N-liexe that the ablest financiers are in acaurd with him ; ala na.t ls-lieve that he has a right to draft bills fair Congress to enaa-t. and alo nait iK'lieve he is a patriot." "We think the silmiiiistra tion je.st alioiit as rotten as anything in tli3 last lialf century. KcKinler and Eevcnce. 4;aivenirMi'Kinley siake at the din n T if the Cliamlier of Commen'e aif It K-lu-ster, X. v.n the fiiiaiia-ial Hiawtia.iL Ib ferring to the faa t that the gaivi-nimcnt is nit receiving sullieient revenue to pay its running exiH-uses, and that iLs crealit is threaleneal, he saial: "Whatever alilTerem-e we may have had, we must all agree now that the situation is one that requires the highest !-ag:ia'ity in statesmanship and the broadest patri otism in citizenship. Ix't us, first of all, kas-p without stain, anal above all with oat H-.ispicion, the crealit of our country. Ix't us proviaie somehow and in some sensible, praticl way for the collection of eni ugh money annaially to pay all our correal expenses, interest on the public da'bt, iension to soldiers, and every other povernmental obligation. Until that is alone, if we have to lxirrow money, that should I alone, anal the sooner the Inci ter, but this will lie only a temiiorary cure and provision. That must 1 sup-pleina-nteal by legislation that will raise in taxes anal tariffs a steady income, full and ample, for every government lieoal. The way to stip la Kins is ta stop defia-ien-cia's. The reserve is sure to lie drained if you cut off the supply. I agree wilh tha President that a "prealia-anient" confront lis, aud I am sure there is wisdom and palriotisni ample in the country to re lieve ourselves from that predicament or auy other, and to place us ones more at Iheboad of the .ua'iontt of the world i.i j c.-eJit, proaJui-tiaia and prarspaiity.'' - i Ha&Uag'i First Veto. ;.vernor Ilastintr has justified the prophecy made ly his friends that lie will not permit the useless mult iplyinjc of offices, especially Judg, in the State. Saturday Acmoon he filed in the State Department the Legislature not lieinf in uession his veto of the hill giving Washington county an additional Law Judge. The controlling question, he says, was whether or not a necessity existed for such an additional Judge, lie suc.-ev.letl in fnvuriiiff data hy which he shows that only 137 ciws were put at issue in ls".4. The iiumlier of cases tried hy Judge and jury was only 71. All the cases at issue for February, lHtfi, were put down for tri al, and a term of four weeks given in which to try them. iovernor Hastings decided that one Judge has kept up ith l.iisini-ss there very well, and if a second Judge were put tiKiii the N-iieh he would have an ea sy task to lerforin. Furthermore, he says, and in paying so he knocks in the head the hopes of those who have hills creating new judgeship in course of pas sage through the Legislature, that he has a right to assume that there will lie a new judicial apportionment, and it will ob serve a prudent regard for the public needs. The message is regarded as a slap at the legislators who are running riot w ith schemes for all kinds of new otlb-es, and to create places for chronic oUieeseckers. Trying to Oast a Judge. Franklin, Pa., Feb. it',. Judge Charels K. Taylor, under indictment for attempt ing to kill Deputy SheritT Shoemaker, will le impeached if the Venango County lawyers can do it. The legislature will Ite tietitioned to investigate the Judge's ' , . f " reior.l, ami to pass judgment tiaii the charges brought against him. The committee of the Venango County bar appointed to investigate the charges against Judge Taylor to-day made their rejHrt at a meeting of the R;ir Associa tion. The testimony taken liefore the committee went to show that Judge Taylor is and has Ireen for some time, inmpacitatcd for the duties of his ollice, and that his conduct h:is leen immoral, arbitrary, vindictive and subversive of justii e. It is alsa averred that during the trial of raises Judge Taylor had used vulgar and in;lec;-nt language. The lawyers s:iy liie Judge has a..a-:i!y ..i -:..i:. 1 :......r.....,.l siiifw ii ii.ti iiaiio .out a.it ei . i a. w nil , ., , trials : ami that he has been guillv of .' ., . ... . mioxieation. hilum nig th:stlieconm:it- ... ice submitted a memorial to the Iegis- , lature asking, on behalf of the bar of ' r..t...l..C...nli. !..0 o ...ti.n.iilin.-) K.. appoiiitiKl to come to this county and i investi?tte these charges. ; Tiie friends of Judge Taylor fought vigorously against the adoption of the report on the ground that he is under indictment for attempting to kill Deputy Sheriir S'noemaker and it would preju dice the case, but it was adopted by a voteoflMo I X Hydrophobia'! Tictiats. t, ... r... i.-i. ii i .... ,i . I.ksc in Indiana countv this week and , . ..lu.N.,nI.i-i!..lirfR. so"iu hydrophobia victims. The dog attack ed a giKse lielonging to Mrs. Harvey UIxt ;,f Outer township : a eiiii.l, a e.w, a culf jnd a vahial.le 1, .rse l-emn-ring to P.ist- master Lewis of Tannery, and a lot of a master tiisrs l-loii''!!'.!' to Jaeoli Shank ofCrnter townshin. ISoth thrt mare and ew U- lono-i.iLMo Mr. Lewis, having sliown no- ii. iwt -i lr mI.Ii fciiiriw r.t' li n! roriln .iti-i lii'A ln-en lot to di atli with imileis. Theeow, previams ta iH'injr shot, pawed, homed ainl lK-lIoweal savagely at everything iii sight. Mr. Shank has ln-en fonvd to kill seven of the pif?s whieh contracted the torrihle disease. The child af M r. I.eu is hii'h was attacked )y the aloj has shown noetl'eetsof the liite as yet. The is deaal, haviin; Ikii killed hy a kia-k from the horse wiiia-h it UickUJ and which, as ulwive staled, was hot. Hope Crushed tc Earth Will rise again in the Uisom of a dyspep tic wise enough to substitute for the psa'inlotainia-s, which have bam'.ioozled him out of his lielief in the iossiiiilit' -f cure, the real invigoraiit and stomachic, Hosta-tter's St imaeh r.itters. The bilious, the nerva-.iis. the alysjept! the rheumat ic alike derive speedy Iienciit from tljis helpful lotania' ina-alicino. Persons si;;' ferinji from iin'ijiestion will aiii 11 : jios itive permanent from the fiery, u;i- niasliitited stimulants of commerce, t often usasl reektcsslv. The loiters is im- llt-.l.stii :ti 11 , aai ia- 1 i-u-rrtl 11 iii.-se SIS , . . ..... aa.iiia-. suta-a us pure oasis is iitiHlloa'ti iy the a-onjiiin tioii with it af vegetable iu-(jraslu-nt.s of the higiiasit remedial cxcel lenae. Malaria is prevented and remr alieal by it, and it infuses vigor into the weak and sia kly. A wiiieglassful thra-e times a dav is the average tiose. Saved by His Brother. Nkw YailiK, I'eb. IT. The S-m pub-lisln-s the folio'.v ing under a London alaie: A ihriiiing story of Icnn.ni hero ism at sea, w hia-h gan-s far to otl'sa't some i of the reports regarding the brss of the j Llls', eaiiins from Schleswig H-ilb-iri. j One stairmy niornitig last v. eek a iisiiiug j vi lage was awakened by a gaie-hot .f i the-.ast. llast.iiing to ih.- iM-tcli. the 1 ims ; ue s;.v a ship ra'ckcd on a reef a i milea-A-iV. The ,-iew v.eie in the n-- Ring. A iifa-lKiat was run a.ut, but liar- ra.w.lhel.-a.l.'rof the crew. as a'isenu F.ii'iit men rowe.l t tliewras-k. Tlie i crew were got into the lifeboat, with the ev-r;.tio:i of one. wh was lash.vi high 1 up ..n a ma ;L lie was haif-froo n, an.! ! :is i ac so: iii w as tiia-ri-asi:. aim iiias bs I ovi : ioaibsi it was alci-M.'d tlu.t he aiM Ih taken oil. iien tiie li!a - b at i-.-tanied to the shore Harrow had r.riiva-d. He asked whether everyone ha I ba . ii s-.vr-al and was taiid that a.ri? ra--l.'.ainavL ''I w ill fetch him," said Har row ; "will yam g with me?' The men refused, an.l I'arrew sprang into the lifelmat. At this i-iomeiit Lis mother came runidi.g down and Irf-ggas! him na.-t to venture out. renibubng him that lth his father anal his brother I'we had Isimi drowned. I'we was his young est brother, anal as he had not br-c-n heard frami fur years he was supjiasjasi to be l.ad. Harrow and four other men final ly wt out fair the wreck. The life! mat reacha-al it, anal Harrow a liinU-iI the mast and brought the half-frozen man li.ovn He'was laid in the Irttmii of the lioat, and Harrow licnt over him and remaitical so until the Iniat was sa near the shore thai his voice couhl Ih; ha-ariL Then he wav.sl his cap ami siioutiNl : 1VI1 my mother we have saved I'we.'' Practically a Life Sentence. Thkxton, X. J., Feb. 17. When a man is Hentenaeal to the penitenti-iry in New Jersa-y the law rapiiroa that he must pay the Suite for his keep during his imprisonment, and under the cmtrai-t system in vogue a prisoner ran scarce ly make enough to pay for his fooal I n ines 1. Holmes was sontenr-ed in June, lss4. ta) 10 years for im-emliaris'ii at lUxl Hank, and, w ith the eoiiimutatiaiii for gooal liehaviair, his term expired three anl a half yrs a;a. P.ut he a-annot etirn en;igh ta pay for his sustenance and the fine of .I,l also imposed iipam him, and Hiiltsis the t'ovcriiair sets him free he l ids Our to sjieiid the remainder of his life be hind the bars. Printiss; Tress on a War Field. The latent ialt-a if the Eir.perair Wil liam is rejiorteal tobetheconstniclia.nof a printing press fair servia-e in the da-Id, He ba-s, it is slated, had a carriage c;mstrua't eJ in w hich a little priming room is ar r.mgisl so that in a campaign he w ill be able to have his orders proclamations etc-, printed fair aiistributiou. I'p to tho prtasent, he has always leen aca-omiianifsl by a carriage containing a table, on I w hich his sea-relarie eopied his orders. His Imperial Majesty will, it is tai.l. iiikc use of the new field printing press at the jreat maueuveri this aut-.iui.L . . . Harriibnrg Letter. llAmtisiiriKi, Pa., FcK 17, Too new judicial apportionment bill haslieeu reported. Montour eu:ity is acldi-1 to Northumberland. Westmore land is made the Tenth district and given an additional law judge. Clarion county is attached to Jefferson, and under this bill will le given an additional judge un til the next election, when the people of the district will elect one presiding judge. Union and Snyder counties will consti tute the Twentieth district, Milllin county being aiMcal to Huntingdon to form the Forty-ninth district. Schuylkill untnty get an orphans' court judge iu addition to the three common pleas judges it now has. Cameron is taken from Clinton and Flk counties and placed w ith MeKean and Potter i-ounties. Washington county gets an additional law judge, as does also liejaware county. Wayne is attached to Susquehanna county, anil Centre county is made a separate district. To Columbia are added Wyoming and Sullivan coun ties. The reapportionment reduces tha number of distri-ts from fifty-two to filly. The people of Klk and Clinton counties are vigorously opposing the sep aration of Cameron county from their district, but the Cameron people desire the change and will likely carry their point. The House Committee on Education has rcMrted a bill changing the method of granting certificates to teachers. In stead of permitting the teachers' insti tutes to select the committee, as is now d ne, the bill provides that the county superintendent and two teachers, with two others to le selected by the State Su perintendent, shall constitute the board cf examiners. ltepn-sentative Miller, of Somerset ...iTiiti- uti.l o i.u-i;il..r a.f tlto llr-iiiariv I , "', .. .. .. - , has, at the earnest solicitation of a largo numltcrof his constituents, prepared a bill providing for the payment of a lsiiin ty for the destruction of wildcats, foxes minks and certain species of haw ks and ow Is. , The investigations of naturalists show conclusively that all the spe-ies of ani snals of Kith the feathr-reil and furred kinds mentioned in the bill, which were presumed to the legislature last week by .Air. Miller, are destructive to poultry, panic and various varieties of small w ild birds. There w ill ni;ist likely 1e ciisiilcral.li opposition to this bill from especially such counties as Chester, Delaware, , . , , ... ... . e I Moii!-omcrv and Washington, vhcre fox . " . , , ,, , ,. I h.mtmg is cxteiisivelv followed as a Ui- I version, . The Marshall bill ropcalmtr the law of j , . .. . . , . 1 --el tirj.i-.Mif t llie eitlisot 1.1:11 ion of lillC I 1 ' ' line compani.-s c:;nie up for third reading aiid was strong! v oppose ! and defended : by a numiicr of Hepresentativt-s from the oil regions. IJepre.-en'.utivc D- Doiith i ett, of P.utler county, m-ide a i;;rti -u!ar-! ly able a. l lress against its passiigc. The 1 bill pa-si.,1 itia:Iy by a vote of il- to u !t now gihsi to t!:e Semite. I The i'orcstry Tire Warden bill jiasse, I :!i.- !l,iise 'in.iiiv iiflcr a protracted and vigorous opp-itioii by a vote of Vi to 111. A largo minilH-r of petitions from farm ! ers alio rangers m liiierent sections ot i the State, against the repeal of the ol.-o I margarine law of li have been pre- sented in the House. :i this sulijea-t a llarrislmrg trra- ! P1 t of the l'ittslmrK h.ttch says: ! " Tnl-'ss a ,N.:nliination is formed ..f the j Vhihx 'Ml Alle-h.-ny county alele- ratioiisaud the members from tlie towns "'' , tht :""!!t to secure inoro r. as.wiai.ie e..s.. tc-is.auoii m prove m I til a , 1 ...:. e . I i til. l tie i .rangers ia a man are oppasei to any hill that will afford relief, and a n this Ktihjeet they wiil stick like leis-hes Tin y may ajiiarrijl alv.iit fence and the iira.ta'ctioii aif f.irests lmt am ailiM. thev will unite." Tlie ii-i:st"es of the Memorial H.ispita at Joimsiowii h.r. ir.g asked for a Stata ;'.j.;rojiri:ilioii of H fr the pnr;sse a as;s,i!i in the erection aif a pest-hone f. ir palia-ntsndecteal witli a-ontaiims ali: avises, a uii-e niiii!tleo af tlie State Ap- propi iaii n ('am!iiillct?,couipost?al of Jfoi II. F. Jama's, of Franklin; i. M. Ander son, M. !., of Washinon, and ". C Smiih, of livaTa-tt, left this -ity on Fast Line for Johnstown on Friday t. iniuire into the merits of tho roaiuest. The whole ; ;im. n;nt reatuireal to purchase the rrotind anal have the leiildin erecie,! is sio.o.n, $-"i,o .1 tif whia-h the lo-al physi eians will try to raise iiy suliseripiioii. In view aif the laa laMe oljwt f r which tlie :iJove amount is asked and the fai-1 that onedi.iif of tiiesnm reajuind will Ih- rai-isl l.y suliserijiiion, the Ixjs- latiire should nail hesitate to mike this itoir.mri:il f.iwin if i.tlir.r ravnitsU .11, lit .1 .1 r I 1 shainld have to le cut down or refused. The bill to establish a IVpartiiient of Agricii!;iira', iiitrnd-.n-ea! by Mr. Moore, of Hradf.rd. passed finally by a vote if 1V to L Tii'-re is little al :ibt but that it will receive the approval of the Governor, v. ho reeomiiiendeal in his inaugural ad a tress !egis;it!an in the line whia-h this bill providas for. The last invitations have ln-en sent out fir the reception lo be jriven by Governor ana! Mr.-. Hasting; at the ese'i.t:ve man sion on Tie.'' lay evening, February titt, that being the governor's birthday. In vitations Ii s". e been extended to ni.-mbers of ingress and jtidgis of Pennsylvania, governor's staff, major general anal staff, ortS'KUer ga-nerals ami stall, ami many p's:plea;f llanisburg. The atlair prom- ies to ba the greatest siM-ial event Harris barg has had in many years, s.i r i.,,,, I' -rs -ns liaviti t "en invitaMi. 1 ne entire ex.s utive iiian-;..n will l,e thrown open "r .in S t 1 1 o'.-h.ck and r. frishiueiits wi-1 ft. 1 . . 'I .... f i 1 j s ' l- 1 'ii'iarj jm.-:i b-r has charge a. f the aiTaiig.-i;n-iits aial !,;'!!:- j a-iietu-asl in sua ii work, has j cveryll.iiiir well under way He h;s j range.! with t.-ie railroad coirpato-.-s lo have spea-ial eai-s attaa hed to ail trains Hi ro;:te to Ha: ri-burg from all parts of the St :le. This is a feature v. hich will l,a ap preciated by out-of-town gnots, the commo-laii. n having not Ins.-n provided heretofore. The s;aie is ;.ked by institutions in the . i; iriity Pittsburg for appropriations as follows: Hoiuieaipathia; H-ispifal S jtl.o; Wc.-t Peiin Hospital. sir,()i!(l Wasta-rn Pennsylvania Institution for the Hiiiid. f .'': Allegheny l ianera! Haispi tal. A,",rri!'; We.-tern Penitentiary, f l'm, H.U; Chil ba n's Aid S.s-i.-ty, .!.-.,u n Ii- aiii's'i;. A. 1. Home. Kilg.-.vaal lia-af and Ii.mb Institute, tfl.Vl.o'Si; Mor- gatizn Ib form S.-!io;;l. $U'.l,lsK). The oh! soldiers of tiie Legislature and departments have formed a permanent org-m:7-i!ion with Senator fJoi.iii as Pres ident: l!ep resell tat ives W. F. Stewart, of Phi!....'., lphia, nnd W. F. Moore, of Ches ter, Via-e Presidents ; X. Se-inor, of Indi ana. Secretary ; J. M. McKlroy, of Ma Kcaii, Assistant Secretary, ami John Harner, of Harrisbur;, Messenger. The bill to nxmire -oiis!a!iies to innke ret.irns to the court only when than' have via'lations af the law io report posed tiie Senate. The pu-Ks. (1f this bill is to save a-.i-.t-a t i the var'ous c ninlii and to dea rciise the fea'.s of constables. The concurrent rasailutiani that when the House siijisirns on tho jt shall adj. nun until February ilih, was con curred in ; and a resolution was adopteal making the iialjournmeni of the Senate to the same time- Tictares By Telegraph. TU'M'Ttt. Minn., Feb. 17. W. W. Iwal, train dispatcher of the Xorthern Paa'itic Pa-lroad, y.-sta-rday gave a successful ex hibition of his invcntia.il for transmitting pictures by telegrapli. The Ust was made iu the presetic of a nnmlier of rail road olli-ials ne of the pia-tures sent over the wire was that of a boy, anal the rei-roaluctiaiii was exaa-t. Later alevelopments showed the faint est details mii if traiismitte 1, even to the shading of the fi-at.ires of a jierson, a smile air a se ns 1. A cut was sent over the w ire showing the Mllision ls-tween the Kibe and the Cralhie. Mr. L i'.val now has his aleviee in tho Patent Oilia-e, an 1 until the patent is se cure 1 he aloes uait intend to explain tho method of his invention. Farm Anixili. The statistical bureau of the department of agriculture has Issued a bulletin show ing the nuniiicisi and prices of farm animals. In value horses have declined 21.1 per cent ; mules, 2:1.5 ier cent; milch cow have increased alxsit I per cent ; oxen and other cattle have lost in value -1.1 per cent; sheep have declined per cent, and sw ine, 1(L! per cent. The decline in the farm prices of horses is general throughout the country. The exceptions are to be found in the mountain and Pacific states and Massachusetts. The range of horses is from ?I'i.IS Mr head in Utah to$7L13 in Massachusetts. The average value of milch cows has increased from ftll.77 in lstit to fc.M.!i7 for this year. The average vhIiics per capita of ani mals, as estimate.!, areas follows: Horse, S'i.2t; mules, JM7..V5; milch cows f-l.!7 ; oxen and other cattle, ?U.(io; fdiecp, J1..V; hogs, ?t.i7. The aggregate numbers and value of animals are as follows : Horses, numlier, l.Sti.''s:tlS, value, S.".7i5,7au,.Vs. ; mules, nuin lier, 2.SJI.10S, value, cllO,!C7,Ml ; milch cows, iiuiiiIkt, l(5,.VH,iyft, value Oi2,kU, 7i; oxen n!id other cattle numiicr, .tl, d,i:ii, value, Ki!!0,12": sheep, numler, 42,id,iH, value, ?-i;,is."i,7ti7 ; swine, num ber, 44.1iw,71i, value, ?2I!i.."nI,27. Total value of live sUs-k on firms is fl,sl'.,44v ; a decrease of $.i.".l,:t70,S from the total value of !!. TO FLORIDA Perfpnally-Coaducted Tonr via Feaniylva cia Eailroid. To the large numlier of people who fiel the need of a iiii.hvinter as well as a mid summer holiday, the Pennsylvania Itail rtad Company's persi!ially-cnductl tours to Florida espei-ially coinmeml themselves; the excursion rates leing most literal and the style of travel first class in every particular. The next of the scries of Jacksonville tours, allowing two weeks' stay in Flori da, will leave New York and Philadel phia on February '." and others will leave on March 12 and 2ii. The rate, in cluding transportation, meals cii rV, and Pullman Isrth on special train is $'' from New Nork, and f Ktm from Philadelphia; proportionate rates from other points. For further information apply to Ticket Agents, or address Tourist Agent, ll!ti lhvadwny. New York, or Kooin -ill, Broad Street St.ition, Philadelphia, to whom application for space should also be made. Bat Stampedes Worshipers. Nan: i:i stow n, Ta., le!i, 11. A l.irire iDtira-itieii in S:i!v:'.tlou Army H;;ll, j lait ni'ht, was s!:it.ij.e;leil in the midst of j prayer '" an irra lioiis m!. T:ie wor- i shiier were knee!in; when the iiui:isi- j . I....1 -11.;. o-.I.I . . oinillt:'! I r.l HI i-oiii-ri-i i-iiiiiii. me r w.iu ;ia.iiin-r..i..iu io ne ni.-iuie of the tiiHir. omen who were i lose enough to see the little beast aj'.iic kly jumped upon their seats, while one less alcvoiit maiden crioal "rats:" Tliat start Ovl the st-unpe-.le. Tio; prayer enda-al al rnptly, and instantly every skirted ier son present moiinteda scat in terror. Tiie soldiers of the sterner sex lieg-in a eh se. Tlui ml w.u too much for them and esaiiped. Hiiring the remainder of the servii-e many of the gentier si x dis-cre-tly sat upon the iH-nehisa with thiir fea-t tuggeal snugly lenealh tie in. Itims of Interest. In S.-huj ikill County 'Xt't liipior licenses w t-re grantid, an iner'.ise of is aiver last year. Senator Vihts pnj sei t t b.iy iasta! c.u-s, as the tioveriiineiit lays aiinually in rental double their actual cist. Theirand Jury of Westimireland Caiun- ty recommended the buildhij; of a n.'v Cai'.irt House at fireensliurg, in its report ui ide to the court on Monday. Tlie U:publie.j.:i managers of o in, 1!. late Warwick's e.impaign for nciyor of Phil adelphia, claim that ha will defeat ex (Ijvernor Pattison by .'J-l.Oi.J snajority. Seventy young menofllras-nsburg have sent a petition to liov. Hasiings to be permitted t. or.inizs a cavalry trio:. to be named the Coulter Troop, in honor of Jen. Kichar.l Coulter. (Jener.il James Neil I5jthnn. a alis tiuguishisl f Jeairgiiin, wh- was the ow ner and for many years the manager aif "lilind Tom," the famous negn pianist, alied at his son's reid:iie, i:i Washing l.m, on Wealnesdav, age I !d years. Four million acraxs of Siamx Indian !Lservatiin land in South Hakotu are now open far sett icmcnt by pnrch-i.se at ji cents an aa-re. This is under an act passed in Iss'l. M-iny settlers have claims and a graat rush is looked for when Spring opens The F.rie court sentenced Frank Ander- s in ail 1 John i rConr.ell to 10 yeirs e.i-li in the pa-iiitcntiary for tht robls'ry of tlie Sioeunis at Kdinlmro. Jeremiah C.isev was sent to the Huntingdon reformatory fair a yir, after w hi.-h his releiLsu will ait'pend iijh.ii his conduct. A dispatch from Springfield, Illinois, st ites that the shortage of ftil.OII alis e ivered in tha atv:i:i.its of Si i'.o Treas urer Itufus llainsey, who died hist Xov ember, has lnvn paid by the banks that wera on his b in.l for Vi.l.O i l. The b iaks expect to rtMlixe aliout ?Jii troin Itanisey s estate. The idea that som 3 persons have been burieal alive in the State of D.'l iw.ire Ins been brought to the attention of the Legislature. In both branches a memorial was read asking for a law providing for a more tsirefiil insp.'i'tioii of persons sup- posed to Ik; alead, ill airaler to avoid the possibility of premature burial. It is probable that the case of Internal lb-venue Collector K earns of Pittsburg, will lie decided this week. There is cxas'lletit iuilhority saying that Keirns will be rrmoved. Tho case, it is said, is to Isi alea-i'lasl on its merits, and that means removal. Just w hat day the mat ter will le al.'termined is not known, but il Ls undcrst'tod tlie middle of thii week will see it aiisposcvl aif. Xathan Thieman Iiils serveal as an en- listeal man anal commissioneal otliaer con tinimtisly fair over 4"J years. He has Imsjii iniiiJ eng ig-jments and was wounded seven times He served in tho I'nitcd States Mexico, Egypt, and was an ae- ipiaiiitain-eof and had letters from Lin coin, Davis anal "Stonewall" Jackson, nnd was in charge of Fortress Monroe ivhile Jetf Iavis wits a prisoner there. He alieal recently at Valentine, Xeb., in utter destitution. Notice of Appeals. N OTICE Is !i: ra-tiv eiv.-n tint the uiul.-r- sii-m-ti a ouniy a (iiuiiiissiana-rs of SMiinrrsa-t unity, l:i will luar iiiK'.ils from tlie Tri- liulal Assi-siua'lll an isia... in xii.-ir ailllaf III tlie Camrl llotisa-, ssiiik ra t, I'a., iix lolioun: Aililis-m anal 1'ainl laiviistiiiis. M:in-h II. Stov.-..nft n iHironnh. I'rsina iMirouii. Jan. nt-r towiiup unu Jt-uiMTiuH n Ixirouli. Man-li li a oii, i,i:.ii"ti anal I ip;'r Tiok.-i fmil lovru- Kltips. ian-ii i-i. s'l.ntc anal 1 Iiwer Turka-yfiHit torn.-.liiis. Mun-ll 14. oiiciiL'aiionlns ta.wnsliin. H-irkwasKl Imr- ani 'Ii nnd Xa-w I a-ntn-viil.- lKiroli''!i. Man-li IV. Urottia-riavallcy lon'nslnn anal Jia-rliu bair. im-.'., Man-n is. KlK I.ia-k low nship and S.ilislmrv Uir.nwli. Manh 1. Alla-irha-nv township and New Baltimore iM.r.nii'li, Manli '-.l. KairliolK- tamiisliiii. Xairthamptnn townshio ami So:iltiainilo:i lo-.anii:p, Man-li Jl. l-amii. r laiwiiMiip, (.ni iivilli- iai nsliln and Wa llcrsliurs imroii-ih, Man-h i.'. Ji-tlt rsoii low ii-nip anal Jlniilla'Ciw'c town ship, Man-li sto:iM-ie. k lou ni-iiipuuu Iana-oln iaiu nshin M :-r!i Jrt. Iliai-k township und Milfunl tiinrnskin Siiminit township, Marrh ls. Saiuicrsa't lownstii. Mun i: -jt. M.-varsalala- bairuunli nud Soiui'rtl.'IJ Ur- IKI'll. A -i i I .1. si.iia-rs.-t tKiraiiiu. April 4. lh;l.- taiwiii-hip. l-nMu tHimtii'ti. Contlu.-na. luimii-'li an.! Casrta'lnuin huroaiirli, April a. W u ili hls. i:vr iipiktiIh litcn tnriii-ni iif liliiirrxl laniisanil riliis, as foliuws- F.lk I.ia-k r.nal Sii:nuiit taiwn..h!(.-. April s. i'aint anil Siiaal.- lioviisliij.. Ajiril s. (Jiii-in.'iliiiniii unj isUmvcivi'K to. nsliii.x. Aiiril 10, und the ra-maiiiiii)' aii-itiiols ou Aurii 11. HEM1Y K. UAItXhrTT. j. li. kukrt. wii.i.tA.M r. hay, Cla rk. County Commissioners. Col.irui.iiiiina'iv I ifSf , (suancrsi-t, l'u, Feb. 13, V. PX KUUTt )U'S N TK'K. Kitnle of Simon ltluUiuh. la'e of SMitliaiiit. ton towuslilii Niiiii'nu l county, iV. Letter tsitmeiil.Try on tlie Hlaive es tate li ivliiK Imvh itr.iiit".sl lo tin- unlenii;iiw1 l.y tin- !n.;r Htitliorllv, nolle- In lierH.y Rlv eiiloti l person nilel"i!t lo stild est.ite to limke imiTnilirile piiynicnl, nml those Imvlnx rLlilll aiMhlsl tile s;ililO will irvt'llt tlielll for K.-llirlie nl lilliy M ll I li.-ti t l-t tst. al'llie lute lilciKt! of l.-sle:it. ) sHitlmiii j.ion town. hliip. on .Mt unliiy, Map-h :wi, !'. cms. r. ni.t itAftiH, SIMON . Itl.L itAl till. Kxerutora. Notice to Contractors and Builders. The PinTtoixiif Hip Poor ami Hons? of Em ployment will r.-ei-ive Ki-aliit in.Mrals to i nTi a frami' nilititi.in to llie Inrur w hile hon.ie on the jHM.r fio'in tip until Ist Murvh, W. ., al I Z M. TIk- hiil iniil lie lor I he entlrv Work. 1'luiiK Mini kikh ilii-nl jon can h- m ii al I he otths'i.f Attorney l,.-. I'ollH.rn, SVumer-M-t. Tit. I'irt'lors nuerve tint rlKlit lo rejvet uay unit all hlils. by order of HIKKlTUlM OK TIIK rH)t, for somerset ounty. ASSESSORS BETITBKS. A tBlmliir st.ih iin ut of llir pniMrty taxable for county and Ktntc purposes, as n'turmtl by the several asHtsors of Souersii county for the year ls.i". K1STUKTS. Addison tou'n-l.ip Col'STY. STATf'a AlleKhelley lowuslllp - ld'iiMin iM.nm-jii , iterlin iM.nniiili Illuck IoWll-lil KntthersvitiU-y townhip I liKKelmnii iM.rutih I'olii iiuiilL'li township ( 'onttiii'iK'c lion.ieili KlK I. h it low nship t-airliin- townshi. i ir.eiiville town-hip J.Mli ixiii township Ji nin rtow n lMnii;ti Jenner towiisiiip Ijiriiacr lownxhip l.iiMx.tn townsliip Ijiiwrr Turkey toil township. Mi'versdnle ttorouull Mliiiiticr-'k tovnhi Millonl low n-liip New Ifaitlimorv iN.ronti M. New i "enlivville iM.n.tih Northampton luwtihhip I hl'.r townsliip I'iOi'.l Liwii-hip j uenui hon i iik h iwnship KiH-kwienl l.rinn;.! S-,li!nir' lriie'li Shade .. tis!iii So inert, eld iM.rotiuli Somerset lM.ntit:ti S.:iiersei township .. S"UI hn in plain towii-hi SiillryaT.1. k oule.iip Siov rtlnHii Ifcirouh Sunimil h.wnship 1"pp r Turka-y fin.i township. t'r.-.ina iKirotu!! Wella-rshuix 'nuali . iti.itl l:y.W i.,:m UiTilS .... I2,t-i T.SH S'..l 4,iil'J l,!l MT.7K Jl.'.(is 21,1'tt .'o.l-:2 w.71." l:;i,s-4 i'sVi.'st'si iS'i.TIS "s'Oti'i lns.!:l". i-ui-i 3'..'ii 4.!:.o 1 la. hit 1. .i'iT 2. Y, J n,7. is,yi7 i-.uc S.l 11,411 77,IIJ :iis TU.IKI Ii,s'l hi.xij i7,iti.i jtd.sn-J (i-'.."i: I'.il .".K'.7;-t !i-.!t; is7,S'it L"S,ii .V..H.1 7.-l 1T,(1. 2,Ji Nolia-ois hereby ifivrn tliiit Siiturtlay. the '.. 1 day ai hehriii.ry". I'-. "'' lM. " iixail s tin- iliiv for ii nail v ili'ta-rtiiuuiis whether any of Hie valuations a.f tlie HSSeSM.rs luivc lica-n liLidc taxi low. H KNKY K. KAltNKTT, s.WIt I I, C. SilnllKlt, Atta-st:- Wll.l.I.VM I. MAY, J. Kmkkt. t'hrk. Coiiuiiissioiii rs. Coin's I Itlli'a-, Kcb. ".vi. SHERIFFS SALE Valuable Rtal Esta?e! J.n-a.ti Sai lil-r Jt I.Hisa In tlieroiirt a.f 'aii M a-iil. r lor ui' t.f Ij.ui- ( moil l'la-as af Son Sll S-a-ih-r Vs. I set I 'a... Pit. Henry H .y. J No. 1. M:.y 1-5 (Partition l.s-k. t.) Itv virtue of ail unli r Imhi! out of ll; , ...... j., -j,,. !,., ... , . ,,. ,iir,.,:,,.. I oili-r for s il" hv imlili.' m:Icry. at the t'oairt Hou.sc, 1:1 saiit;a'r-:cl Imniii-t!, am Friday, Feb. 22d, '95, at I o'clock P. M tin fllwinir disiriiK'J n-sil t-stuti-, to wil A O'ltiin mi. -u;(j tmrt of IjimI Ktf;i' nt- iti M:iftri t'v!iliu, Nnn-rs'i omuls i't tiMvl vaiii;i. jtiljt.iin'i:; Itnds f VaN-lilinc 11:. v. Miirv II. iv, S. I. Wrisiur uih! :lirs, I -i:il:iiMiiiL' itit iiins ;hii i-tht H-nlit ! iN-iim tii- isjifii' Irtfl I tiimi ninvi Vfl liy J ttU i. S'lVii.T ai! w iii l lif-mv H:v urn lyoui-i s hi r y i t(,i April r- i'iirt!('l in l.Ht Kit-on!, ol. iJtejit u.v ins i-niu M i.ti u A TWo-STuKY KKAMK Dwelling House, trank Imrn ana nth. r anithuililiiis u itli the aiip'.iria-iiaiii'a-s. Terms : inaale snla'. known on day ol Sin-rill's I ttlii-e. ) KUW'AIII lb M iVK.lt. Jan.'th, IstaV.) licritr. A'Jminislrator's Sa!o OF Valuable Real Estate Hy viiiue a.f nil a.iila-r'aif snla' ixsnait out a.l tiie I Tiilians' Court aif Soiua-rsa-t county. Pu., nn.l lo ii:.-ilin-a-h-at. I will expose to sale al tlie Court Housa', ill the bomu-;li of Sainers.-l, i ll,, am Friday, February 22,. 1895, At I O'clock P. M., t!i faiilo'.' -iinr n-il tate. No. I. All tlioi.- 2 c--rtain lots aif rronn I sil tMti in lie- K-ni-'ii of t'rsi.ei, s.iiii-rsa-1 asmiiT l'.t.. (.in! known am iiia trcnRil plan of iNir.iati as lois Nos. -l"i aul 11'i, tinv tivi tnci',-.-.ii a-rax-u-al a TWaVSToKY FRAME Dwelling House, st".Ss an-l ilhiT oiiihnitdlnt's friitfin ti V-ya'I Avt'inif ftt-t nn-li bii-1 tx Uii! iiiir I ; I Ut'i it-h t nil nlh'V, lniunitti m ! In t;t ly an al!i-y ami n liuf wt by lot f Mrs. A!nU' Iitltitlay. No. J. All lh'M- 2 certain Irti f ffnniii! s1;ia! hk iftrs:iM am! known -u T Ii cn- r l jlaii of k:ii1 lMiraiirh as lot Ns. 21: t L'Jt, irt.jitmi; on V. rvan-l Avt imi' .1. 1 , Uft vs-ii n'i'l Wmiin:: Ui-k Manaili'V ft-t tri, liotir.fl! on the tis( liy an alley and m th-w.-t !- thftm.l K'lUus lot in said U:-roiiLrh luiviit thrtm tn.u! a TWO-STOItY FRAME Dwelling House, ainl other outliuitiliiis. TKUMS: Uush. XAXMK C. Yl'TZY, Aibiiiniitralrix of K. 1. Yuiv. John It. Scolt, A try. ji:t; is ri. its noticks. Xi iTH'K Is h:'n-l.y civ n to all p. r-aans ca.n- C'TIia-al M h-ala-a-s, -r.-atttors, air a.!llrwix that lite ioliowiii ii-.-. Hints have ii-is.il 10-j i-liT, anal tlutl tila- sii inr will l' pra-sa llla-it lor a'oiiliriii.'t'.ioii an1 :i:lo(Tiii:-a iat an I rpli:iii.s a ai;in ia. in-ut ut SKinn.rs.'t, 1 a., am Wednesday, February 27ih. 1895 i- irsi am' inm.ii luvo.-.tit of Josiuh I'll.', ex- ai'iiioroi a i. -on:. i-nc. .li-a' ii. First mill lina! aai-a.'.uit an' .li-sic C. Swcitzi-r, H.lliiiniti-:lor a.f Si.iiii;i Sv-ilz.-r, al.i-'al. Kirl anal tinai ua(mi;t of I'yrns kitiu.-r ntid ,l:,i-o!i I'. Milia r, udiiiinislratorN of John .M. Wi rn- r. alic'al. Kirr. ai.il lin-i! acistnnt if Xoah I'ritts, Bal- liiiinaniior 01 .iiiani r. o.iKa-r. aiav i. J- irsi Hi-a .Hi'il of V. I. Yimukiii, aUmin'.s tritoraif J.I'. Yamnkin, da-a-'al. S-N-amd and tinal iiavaiunt of St.-plir-n McCliiiiock, execu tor of John 1 Mai'liniaK k, ais-M. F irst aivottnl of l!ailrt K. Hoi's, one of the l-X:-a-;ilansi aif M. A. K.hs. alac'al. SmiiiI aai'iinnt of Jaai.li I. Knufnian nnj lj-vi Yo-.li-r, a-a-autors of Isaac Kaiifnutii. d.i-M. First aaniunt of .Tamil J. Klina-, ne of the iidtiiiiiistrators of lla-njaiiiin Ktiti1, alai'M. First nnd rinal iii-iini;t of Win. II. Miller, aiiiuiiiislmlorof William liolda-r, aiaivl. First and tinal iiii-ontit of W in. II. Miller, nainiinistnilair of William liimiin, dai'M. First and Una I nai-oiint of J ta-oii llotrmaii, niltniiiistrator of Henry Wai-hteiiheiser. al.i't Tlieaaiiiui.l of Mariah K. Cm.t, udmiiiis tralrix of Catluirinc McAfee, dae'd. ruistam ntnee, j cta s. mi i.i.F.a Jan. Mill, IStti. lvi-tfisler. Retail Liquor License. Notice Is hcrvhy niva-n that thp faillanvins namail pa-rsa.ns have lila-al tlu-ir appliratiaiiis for Tavern Licoiise in my aillia-a, and that the same will lia- pra-si-iita-al tai tlie C'aiurl l (Quar ter Sasioiis for ulluwaiia'c, on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25th, 1395. F.d. Xia-klilW, Adl.isain twp. Alia-e K. Ilitfiniiolluim. Aaldison twp. Aiialra-w iliS 'uaile. i'a-iiin iMiniuch. JiMa-ph S. .iiiiiiiennaii, IV rlln Immuglu Sa-aiti sterner. Confluence tMniih. Ii. I. Shalier, J. M. Iloalals, - Williiiin A. Swan, " August Koa-liler. I'oiii inaiih twp. Win. F. l"arM-nla-r, Tha.mass. Williaiiiit. E!k Uck 11. i. stiilil, Ja-nnertwp. J. J. Ka-tllla-tl. IihinaT twp. John H.Sii.-.T, Ma-yersdalc bairnugh. Xalhaiiiel sluvr. - J.I'. Iteail, " " John W. liuthrla-, u John K. Kesli-r, Xanlmiiiilon twp. Iv-la-r A. Jotiiis lUn-kwood ti.ir.in-:ti. Sani'l A. Haines. " Cl.arla-s S. Yaiinenr, Bonia-rsi t borvmiili. Jaai.li H. Winu-rs, K-h-ar Kyle, " W. H. Tayiiian, twj). Henry li-ln l. Salisbury borough. C. 1. i!.:y, Suliiiurv iH.ioimli. Kis-r Kimniel, Smiimit l p. J-isa-ph Sa-ir,ii-k, Sutnmit twp. riiiniii'l ( 'iistcr. staiya-staiwu " John H. Hit... Tiia.miua H. Sinilb, Frsina bonmnh. W.J. B. Kanfonl, Jiwa-pli llersiilwrvf r, Unemahonin; twp. Mount riiusnut iirewiuj' Coiuiny SamiL-r-xet lion.usli. Cla rk's OI!lae, 1 F. I'. SAYI)1S. t-a-bruaryti.'K. CK-rk. Receipts and OF THE Directors of the Poor AND HOUSE OF OF Somerset County, Pennsylvania, FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 3!st, 1394. EE. rfjr.II, ESQ., TKKASUKKB OF TIIK POOR HOUSE OF SOMKIlKT COUXTV, iu .account with the county of Somerset, Pennsylvania, for the year ending the 31st day of Decerahcr, A. I)., 10 I. HECEIPTS. To amount of Kalis, anil n-celptsat tlie .r hoiisc KM Tas.miaT.aetas.iiiilv forunla-r So ! Mus.ta-lii.aii lund I'a .Saiiiierw-l county rair order Na K'l lo Ualaiia'c aaiimnt f'arrit-al forwartl EXPENDITURES. Ol Tl Kin KXVKSSES. Atiiaiiint forwardail Ily amount alil foroiif door n-l'. 1 sl'l" Bi m..iiil-iian.-e ot children Aa t isx.! lol .VI nut alm.r mu rs ! viilors ir.ivrim a-M-nsas -IT :il " Ju:.lii-aa.-a iilll co!il.l,l.-M fi.-s 'SI li a'on a-yinj out do-ir ii'.iM-i- Ill 'io 44 luaiiia al :tt !a-nata.)a--out l.r jia.ijM-rs " a-ollin out alis. r p.:Ji-r. I St 'tt nolro.id fare out itoor ioiM-n .t'l " inainl.-lialie.- of ln:.:ili.-; at l'luniml I'l- l-l " " iiiaiiit.-ii.tni-.' a ' i-liiidreii al Klwyn :is :u " I. l.x-r.ims ."-J " K.'tl!. in. ut of suits .V:- W III 44 44 aiii.-a-iors' i r.i a-im a-XK-nsa-- :4ii ." 44 44 in.iiii'.-uan.'' of liiiiali.-s at Wa-rna-rHVilla-... 44 44 a.ilia-r al'll.lti. s allK-l 7i I i A.'.Y'A'.vsf.v or J'itoii no est: ruttVEi:. liy amount xild for a lotliii. and dry coals.., " " KllaM-H HII'I lantlliT 44 44 wh at. Hour Mel nn-jil I is ;,T 44 44 MiL-ar, iii'iiass. s anal uppla hutl. r, ate IT:; I- 44 eoiln- anal tea Ui I.i 44 44 l r, Ii-kiiii and li-li :vl TT 44 44 tl. iiii-i cra.-k.-r. tt 44 i-riMi riis : 44 44 s-.tt, l.tilti r ami sn.p 1' 7'i 44 44 liir;ii.. as.i.Uura-, "Mitatoa-s, Iruil and aif-iS.. MTi " " aixil and oil Ui J 44 44 lol. 1( I-.I 44 44 i;it;i-, Ik.x n-i.t and hlalmm-ry :iT .'.I 44 44 ju-ti.-a-s' ami i-onvi.;liiV f.i-s li s .i " 44 alniii, un Ui iiie. Kx. anal Certili'-ata- it.; 44 44 coi:!us , i i 44 44 Vilieyal. uv.l'. !lu idlii a-anlliiir -J .'T 44 44 i.iintiiitf and il.r"-ta.rV r. .rl . ii 44 44 li.ir-luari-and 101:114 , ..I .,-1 44 44 i"l.is.-.vuri', iin- -iisware an 1 tinware :t Tl 1 Ily uliiolint aid fur farm iii.U'ii--ti(.s stiui Iiiiii: and har-lu'ar. :-til:.a r- and iiuie.... liruiM-r and f.-.ia-e inisis I.i.l M-.-.N a lid plants tiin slilliu ri-ors and Siiddl.-ry laiMj.-aud ilyu.imita- It!-i:oVEMF.ls. By amount paid for ra iiirs an I Ial.r 44 44 W.II.T .-io. I-, I1.1I 'I, ,Va- 1 liy aiiiiiiiiit 'mlii f.r furtiiture 1;V,- Mi. K 1 44 44 fn iirut and --pns 44 " ..i n-l 1.1 trn.i.1 v tr. .iMin-r's vili- 41 44 . la'.-tria- ii'-hl j. J ' 44 In-tin. . a-1.11 liMilin-s " " 44 n-i-ainlj laud a'li i U :t b. Lin 1.1. nt s 44 44 la-j:il lloln .- ' iii-:i! .-iil i-iii 'i. -:i 0:1 aar. iiiriit 44 44 Mu-vM-iiiiit.i fuii.i iihniry .v. 1 1.. 1 1:1 t:-s a xn ir. i ; ty I liy amount iiaid todir.x-tair Jos.-p!i I.. Mjll.r. - 44 4 44 Jo-la il i. '.i'-!i- :t la.-..:. Mn,r,;,.r j " " iittorna-y and la rk I.. I '. o!iirn " 44 'iiv-ii hi', i". K s-ti.irlr " 44 4, ii. 1. kllioii.-!! T 44 st. ward .l-.l. 11 1 . Mi:,i-r " lr.nsiir.-r Kim-r K. I'uii t 44 44 cool; 1'' 44 44 Janitor and l.lils,. II 44 4, oulsutndin a.r-ta r lor 1-:L THE DIRECTORS OP THE POOR, in :iifo:n:t with Saiiiii-rs. t 1 'muity, lViiiisylviiiiiii. i.i:. 1 To .itn.aitit of a'stiuiata- for a jn-nwn d - To a in. a ut of rovip-.s ln.ni sali-Ai' !!: 7 S liy umouiit oVa-r a a mi.-ai a-stmiat.- .....".1......!!.....!..!! T". 47 Iiii-.-ivanl from i'.i. I'o'.ntn'rs am a.rd.-rs .,;.!.; '3- $ lat-t : Aceount of C. C. Minselman Donatioa Hii 'i li.mk t-J, j. 7 ;. lot. :t. I Toutnt. r.cM from fo. (aiii.in'rs. int. of Mii.-!m.i:i futid is- i :!ii - l!y at.ioiint a-Xh-iidi-al for ii: wn. iM-rs i- J -j : : "1 liy umouiil uui-xis-iid.-U loa-ra-aiii of li.ninl to litslaiu'aa-i'iiuiit" V.V.V.V.7 ' ., DIRECTOR'S INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS FOR 1S9I. Joseph L. Miller, j: r hoiisc iHrector in aavt. v:t!i Stiii-rs,-t Co. n;;. i io amount KKir House or.i.r .no. ::i 1 3 I'.y onp'ir' snliiry a alinctor Josiali D. Wciglo, ji'Mir !ioisc tiin-ctor I To ainoiint Mior house onl.-r No. Isd - " I!y one ya-ar'n s.iLry as dinvli.r Jacob McGregor, j.r lions-- iliivct.ir 1 Ta amount poor liiMi.-a-or.l--r No. .. 3 Ily imp year's salar' :is alir.-a-i-i.' OUTSTANDING V.tir. Is :i s-. No. T.I Wlioln is - :;n I-n ilia l-rk. y :IV I ii-irl.-s I ra ni aw J. M. sit. if ith K. I'. M i;, r is:! J. M. h ik- ls S ii-. u. l ilium r "'l J. It. il.ll.I'VI!! Tot.il Vc. tlie linda-rsicna-l nudi'ors of Hi -a-oiinl svivatiia. alo le-n-liy ai-nify tli.il i:i piirsu .in-,-.".r t:.i- !7lti s.ri!.-:i of tlie A,-t cutitl.-al an ,-t n I'tlillK lo as.lllllii-s. toM M-l:i.-. Ac tls. .1 m.- I ;ti: ila .,, i!. A. Il Is: I w ..a : I... i..... a.f Justin III Ilia-county aif So:-i"rs.-i. on tiie 1st ... ... i.,iju-, .in.i . , ,x- i t:u- sev.-nil A. -Is of Ass.-n.liiv and 'ii'ileini and ability ami tliat Im- fonvanu art- Irti. and vix: Ist. Klmcr K. 1'ueli. l's.i.. tr.-as.ir.-r a.f Hie crsa't county, with siid i- iuiit v of .-s.iin.s-a, t. 111. I lliaa-ramnl ait I lie I.i.. ..Ill . Ililill :.ii. The astijn,it.. na-a-ouut -Ith. Tlie individual ai-founts of tin- ."ira - a - for liie yaiir IS , and lierel.y a-a-rlil'y that v.-e mi 1 tie Irea ain rai.d Hie aim-.-ta.rs .-ri- aliiiv lie r iKHiU.satid Mia-.-s.,aiid llia-y ainl i j.. vaiin-li'-rs ami i-rs. In les.luiony lienor we lnc In ivitn'o s I ''- Arrxr- A. J. IIII.KMAN, Cl. rk. : TO : THE TRADE l'K STn;'K i.i' has been selected with unusual care, and at lower cost than for - mer vcais. Wc are therefore able to offer, not only the very beet goods on tlie market, but can ipiote lower prices than licrctolore. We Rarefy Lose a Customer, a3 we aim in all cases to give the Customer FULL VALUE FOR HIS MONEY. C. H. 11 6C6 Main Cross Street, Somerset, Pa. DM'.XIisTUATOIt'S XOTIt'H, Kstato of rhilstena Tn-xa l. lute ofj. i.nir I townsliip, Si'uii-isel ca.umy, I'a. Itt.-rM of Rdminl.siratioi. am tiie ulmve I tat.-, ha vim Ihn-ii snuta-J lo tlie uriii.rsxiK , I t.v tiie iinr-rnuilia.rity. naitii e is lien-liv (.-iv-janloall i-rs.ius ilnielit'-l to said eslate lo make immeaiiale .:ay m. nl, und Itios- liavini; ctaims KL':iiii-t liie sain-- to ;n s- nt then) aluiy I latlllli-lltialtta-at fur s. I ieuii-iil. on Krialav lliireli l-itli. lil.. nl the rasiiali-iiee af tiie tel- luliil-:r .tor In said townsliip. F. W. Kl. sr-.-ka r. A l:il. M TliKX KT Alt or nay. AatminUlriilur FURNITURE UUffHUlfl Expenditures EMPLOYMENT Svtl ill !'; " .llIH a:. in;. n.i ". Sl! : A si IM X-J ... 1 is 10 ... :i it ... 17'. 7 i l-i I'-' KS '. S I ' '! Si !l .. 4-' :; $ tc 170 l I . ! 1..T .1 2 111 s, l.' 5 i 't i;l 1 .vi to .1 in ..i a.; tri ... 1 .1 !! I.I "i i-i 10 Ts to io 01 14 ' 1 :o i i.ii. -M Ut. '".ni Si i .' aa s .'jj m in aca't. with Somerset Ok, 1K. i it. i. i S i -- - - ') io 1 : to I'll. iu ac t. with .im-rst 1 1'. us;. (k( il 1I S ORDERS UNPAID. ll:al. Ain.Miii:-. J S IO l i; l i 7,1 c.i its :ri 2 id iai fi.4.' v of So:iii-r.-t Im iim i-ii,...w.n-.w.!.i, ..r f day of .iatiii iry. A. i., Isi anal nit.-r lK-imr tn- a. Tiit.ii as n-.ii a.l us ny law. ;;T eal.l v lo nls Hi. n-t.i. nminiin.. to tl..- I- t ,., i. c.rra I s'.iitein.-nis . tlie foil-nvei - a-a-T.un: isi.ir lions.-ami lions.- ..r :.i.,!,.vT.., i.t f ... alolllltloll. 'ora af tu. tioor wit!, tl..- ...-..iiv ,,r s....,... i .,:i l i.ll the itliovc uatiitil af-oiints to U- .sirr.el s'ltiinneii d to nii. :r I., i... n .u.... ,. i,. r, i-nd pr.Mlui-a-al lli- ir liaia.ks. ontt-rs Lilis 4 -t our liana!,, ami k hI-, ties :!iilt aUiv ef J uni-ir- S. I . I MX, r.,;A, ' . W li A K Kit, si.n. A.MKS WALKtii isn v! j 99 Men Out of every ImnilrcJ iiuvor stoj to cxjinitie i iiliitt when tllt'V ga to buy one. It i.s juit about as ca?y t0 seI1 aa -'I-f-"-"?? that i !fllIed ful1 of 'ta,c'- ai;1 -'--'od t Bict'-J ad 5t 13 to scl- a Sooi i,l',t The Shirts We Sell Are Built on Honor . . Wc miht sell shiits that would pay double the profit, but they won't wear; that produces only mushroom business. Try one cf cur International Shirts And you'll buy more. . . . Jonas L. Baer, "The Hustler." a m.Tc.vnox yon chakter il. UK IM iiKINiltATION. it the . vf '.itn.)ft.i Jlcns of ,.,,Hfr art t ri'tM.'i, I'.i, N'otia-e Is li.T.-ly divi n that n npi ii.-ii;.m will ! made to tin-aN.vr I tiurl. am Jtotid.iv, March -tt tj. A. l.. is-.',, und-r tni Corporation A. t of ls,4, a.f the I omnioiiu a all Ii of i'-nn-Kvlvatiia an I liie siinoi. un-iit ili.-rctai. for tl,.. a-liT.n.-raif an in."nil-al i-iinipiii,,.! r,. lu. ..o ,! Slt:.l.l llislri.-t M ...i li. . 1 1 .. a'. -.. K.-I:ili..'i, Hi-el: ir.ict.-r nnd a,l.j,i-l ar wle.-li ls th "iminlenanas af a puhiir a-eni.-tt-iy, mul thai purpose tai have, pss.-s nnd' .-niov tl) til.' rights. Is-netits and privila-ir.-s t.f sai-J Act of A-ati-iiililv and its siippl.-ment-. l-IKEIi. W. JiIKSKi'KKH. SSaiieitir. sucap H WE C'HY A LARGE STOCK OF - - - . Syrup Cans Sap Buckets, sap Spouts, Gathering Bucket3 Sugar Pans, Etc., at rock hr torn prices for cash. VE HANDLE THE EEST Til ll it P. A. Main Cross Street, Great Inducementa Goods reduced in price in every iir.fl Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Lace Curtail-; Ladies' Coats, ilc. Now is the time to buy to save money and get something good. CLINTON STREET. - -JOHNSTOWN P a; if all tl:'4 !;ir-;:iiiis we t va-r o:r. re-i, wa; now olfir the lst valn.-a a. : : : DKESS OOODR. line Lot 1. ;.:!. t pi-4 only 1 overt Cloths at the low jiru-c a.f :: '! ii .t.-! lor tha n- wear!. 11; aiualnii-s ainl a-laimeil l;y tlit4 inaiititai t:iri-r :i..t ; shrink tip 1:1 wasliin. Sat,- ihsjil.iy in our show winiiow. Then l.H.k o .-r our r.aro;io I 'oimta-r for as hi i.ica-cs a.f lr."ss 1 v. i a--'.is the prii-4 h:is I a n cin in two. That tne.-ms just halt" priii-. 1 hen v e a.:!.-r mini I11T lot d Mi.i'al ( lotiis, soma- aif tlia-in s:lk mi'f-1, In km- itc h I 'l..ihs sliow some new sprintr sliaih-s at . Vlc-s.-as you lot :iii r!v iMii-iht iii. T.--. W'c Imvc th'-m ;t;so in hhiek. Tin. when yn:i want a-h.lo lor a lu-w Spriii"; 'apc. Th :i e hnve ii ..:I liii in ( h!:i.-k only 1 Iia in.iLs for S:.rin,r ' ;.. . aini M.iM.t ryar i. It' you have not Umht a : : AVIXTEIt COAT Oil CAPK : Von can liny 011c now of what w? hava ft at 3 ri.iii'tiloiisiy low pri -.-. a";f ihi l:i li It -trial if prla-a! ill sell thl-lll till V ltll!-t K'l. Ni'v Ihii ks. for sttita or Nvs waists. I sin s- s. .New Kitr..r... ill 'J Hllli i-t-i !.' omc .at I-"., Va.-la JOHN STESMGER, JOHNSTOWN, : : : : : : f " i-s la f.-; ',tf :itf oi .1 i . 7 - "'Iia- t--A. --.ml"- fe ' .yr":----? J NoTIIIXii hut the tKNt material an.l wa.rkni in.-.!iip enters into the .-i.-:r; ; d of the t'INIKKKI.LA SToVKS at;. I I'.AM.KS. Tha ir cl, aiilir..-s i . , s ;;i . r Their ?.Tn.'iiiy s.ivcs inoiiay. SoM anal iru:i.-.i:itas-,I l.y JAMES B. H0LDEIU5AU.M, Somerset, Pa. THE NEW SHOE STORE TIIK Clown has quit win kir.tr tlie other eye ia the wimlox of SHAVER & GOOD'S STORE, but the people are still buying their FOOT WEAR at the a:ne ilnre. an.l ei-.r.i. people come every day, for t'iey are "'"'u:Ue a,l,! ",yU -convinced t!.ero iV the place to bi;v ' "- f---.v sj . . iivir I'VIf-Hools and Ovvvhnvs to keep their feet war.n these cold days and nitiits when they are out sleitr'iinir. Also, Rubbers, I3oots, Sandals, in all sizes and styles All at i 1 Hs,v TIMES. P.EPAIRI.NG DONE NEATLY AND CHEAPLY. Shaver & Good, 703 MAIN CROSS ST., Somerset. - Pa. California, Pa., Stata Normal. Our Own Normal School. Wint.T term aipeiis Ipc.2I; Soring term Marctiifc Scn.l for i-aUlovii an.l circu lars. New :y!!in.-.siiim, xt.v Khvtric I.'!:t I'litit, Now Water System. Health re s.r.l tl-n.rst t.erlect. ( ev. r a ,l,ih .i the seli.s.I ). Ailv.int.i -s .t ..... .i,j,j,ti.w-.l, if c pinle I, in t!,... stata4. Noni, rst t coiin- ty stmienu will .,!,t.in m..io help at tlit-ir own Non-.i.il S..!t,i ,., t ., atni save money lK-si.hs, Ta,.,k MS. 1I,. Pri,, -i-KiI. MAKERS SUPPLIES, Ivlaple Evaporator on the li ket at less than half the priCe "asked for some others, it "pay you to gt-t our prices be:ore buying. SCHELUr;: s0VEETfM Na-w .iirjhatns, Nt'v spca-ntl g.Hi.I nines at ir !a;i - l l?.v. ui -', t.. FA. GOOD STOVE Is an ri.-'i.o:.:v. A Poor One tliC wor-: kln-I of Etrav:.- Keiiii'tii' r th:s v. !.- -: v i 1'iiy o'.tr New Stove, The Magic Cinderella IS WHAT YO'J WANT. It will holl tin ;:', nil-! v.. prov.4 A WARM FRIEXD -IN COLD WEATHER. It has o Fqiiala4 a Iltaier. ;C.t.'-' B. 2c B. PLAIDS. Fashia 'ii's favorite alcsin f. r !- '. I'' 4 l'ui-rii-s In Silk, Wool or Wash docds Not only for entire Suit, nn.l for separate skirts an.i wni w ith oaM skirts. ; Saiine rocetit cxtra. r li; j will give you unusual . ; try 1' : ntic. s'.yiisii imper r.r li.-'.icve naver i. :'..! I :i"'-': v-ttta ni!.u-...i -.i ;....i I i j lil-sliiitii-si.'e,l jil.iiii ti al j ! coin! linuiions, all n.-.v nn.l valuasa at V. tns a var l. Ftiii Silk an.l W, ! It;i;.-::" 3 S iliiVerent i'..iii!.:ii:iius. i:,--tl.m value, 7 ee-.ts. f'h i'V, fin-. I:ii; r;el V i . Navy, liamot, Tin, 'Ireen. 1'-" " eta-., a'ta4., liarre.l in Silli en- - ' an.l contriistiiii; ai li-rs 1!.- : "is inclias wi.le. tS, eeiits. One lot nil -wool Fr.-aeii 1' : : "' tun and ilark ca.l.irins it..-:.. M ea iiis a yanl. Silk Mixasl P!.ii,lsli-!.t. in. I' ilark colors :Wt aiel :s in. in s ' cents a yar.l. TliO lH:nity of tliisae new uti i i; ; stntl's -a:i only lie apj.rc.-iiit.sl ' Canne, or write our .Mail "r-i. r mem for samples ad' tin -in. Amerii'.in Ires,s llooa'.s an.l l-V. iV an.l :tv. Al-o F':i4' I: Suitinijs, .'i(V' to !.". All onlers rei"a'ive prorti'd BOGGS & BUHL, Allgheny, Pa. P X FA' I'Tt Ili'S NDTU'K. Ustare a.f IVllliet llo's,. .i ,1 .1 . 1'aint lownshiii. Soin. :s t asiaiii.. . I' '- I.etli-rs ta-sniinent-irv on t!l"' :l i;ol ha', ill!? Is-en .null,. I lo til- the pr.p -riintliorit;'. t ; :- i- I' ' ,Mt llil (S IS..:)-. in,ett-,i lo slid 's' i ll ililincliate l' Vliielll. u'l I 111.4""' '-. ,, :. n.iinst liie Kime to pi,-" nt lln-m . 'r;.n. tie -lineal, d f-.r si ttl. i.i. iu. " 1 .' , ,K M:inhth. I . i the late rv-i.1. " ceaia.si in aid township. , ,p..i K. K. VV. Hies. eker. J.Vlldt Ih l 'Ht.