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DW tfPUBLICANJWMINATIONS. Election, Tuesday, Nov. 5th. STATE. For State Treasurer. HENJAMIX J. HAYWOOD, of Meroer county. For Judges of the Superior Court. JAMES A. HEAVER, of Centre county. JOHN JEHVIS WICKHAM. of Beaver county. EDWARD NEW ALL WILLIARD, of Ivkwnna county. CHARLES II MCE, f I ,u rue county. G EORG E B. ORLADY, of Huntingdon county. HOWARD J. REEDER. of Northanipton county. COUNTY. For Distri Attorney. AXlREVJ. COLROHX, of Somerset Borough. For Poor Iiretor. HARRISON" OoIIN", if Somerset Townlii. Th k " H. yclcs ina.le this vtar is s--t .low ii at $.;T,isH,Oil, ami It is sau 1 rushed with tlie manufacturer J orlcr. T.-iv; the last tell 1.VS It new lat tU-liinaii'ltwo ffUtiUKtts were a.Meil i.i tl.c navv. Tilde Sam is irel'f? Il.t iii at a sw-iiis-'itiff Ik.x'T stay at home, anl then on the morning after the election go ehas itijr after vour iicighhor iiiuiring " hat's our niajority." Iria r.ATic journals are rai.-ins: piste a htill-a-l.alo over the increase of l.iisin.-ss and the rise in prices. I tliey refer to the price f wheat and eorii and iotatas and woil and such things as the fanners generally raise? Iii isiana sugar planters will large ly profit hy the war in Cuba. The rop of Umisiana this year is said to reach the enormous amount of 710,011, i;H pounds, lieing an increase over last year of .".7,110 tons. Tiik lt:'itllicaii who stays away from the llls casts a half votP for the enemy. 1I..N. Thomas 15. Kki:i has invita tions to take tlie stump in New York, Massachusetts and !iio, hut has de- eliiK-vl them all. Is Tom getting over urudent since he has lweome a rresi- len'ial possihility. Women e.tti uot vole, hat they can remind their husl.an.ls, sons and hroth ers that it is their duty to do so on Tuesday next. It is now-admitted hy the author! ti.-s at Washington that the Wilson "taritt for revenue" hill docs not rais :.;Ti'i.-nt revenues, and thit the com government. It is the young UepuLlieans of the county who, hy their vim and vigor roll up our majorities. (live the Ieiu M-rats a taste of vour metal on Tuesday next, ami keep old Mother Somerset ii tin- fr.iut rank where she h-issto.id for m manv wars. I'ltKSII.KNT "I.EVEI.AXI visited tl.6 Atlanta l-'xpositioti last week an made a short address to tlie crowds it attendance. He was enthusiastically weh-ome.1. His presence drew thou sands of visitors and heled largely t hwell thei.atik aeeotint of tlie exasl tiou. Kkmkmiu:3 that this election is a pointer for the great Presidential liattlt of next year, (to to the poll un Tues day next and east yoar 1 .allot for yout own ln-st interests. Ont farmers have had glorioi: weather to finish up their fall work: now let them give Tuesday next to their political duiics. Xo class of peo pie have suffered more during the pas; t" year than h-tve the farmers, hy reason of Democratic folly and frei t rade. tl 1 to the p i.s and vote ; D.m't de jvi.l on your neighUirs piling up a l.ig majority, and then, like the fellow who watched his wife fight and kill a U-ar, hrag what "IVtscv and me did." WiiKXlhe new Congress meets on the first Monday of I MvmU-r next, it will show a wonderful change in the representation of political parties. The House will I overwhelmingly Ecpi:l lic in, and tlie Senate will contain 4:' Repuhli.-ans 3:1 Dem.H-rat- and 0 Pop-ti'.i-ts. S m!d l:i; P.i, j1:s.s unite with the D.-tiiocrils which they are not likely to do they can prevent the Re publicans from organizing that lutdy. 1 1-very Rt pulilican wiil go to the jsilis and cast a straight Repuhlican hallot an overwhelming victory is as sured. The only danger is in the "stav-at-home" voters. Pkksioknt Ci.i:vKi.Axn will have ik-.I of all the pol health he is said to have hrouht hack with him from his pr.ilongHtl fishing trip. He will have Congress on his hands"' in the hrief spuivofa month, and is likely to have all the extra flesh worried oir him in hi wrestle with this u-u:d'y turhulent haly. There is many a le!ligerent Repuhlican inem'.a-r w h has "got it iii" for him. Pkxnsvi.vaxja is the banner Re publican Slate of the I'nion. Help to keep up her proud record by voting a ltan lU-j uHi.-an ticket on Tuesday next. Ax informal conference of RepuMi-t-tiii commit tct in vi was held in Xew York city on Wednesday li st, when it was decided to cjdl ti e fu'I comiuit-t.-c together at Washing! -in ti the 10th of Ileccmlier lit xt, to ;su ; the call for the National Content 'oa. As it is the usual custom to have Ik t ween five and six months intervene U-twecn the iiomiitatiiui mil the lection, llus practically settles the t,utstion that his hat the tiie Convention wiil be lieM about ii s.ua iiuii in i I nr. niiriiii ia as - lul V I ii irk uru. k t -..! . , , made at the conference to settle in ad- ance me piace ir tne tvnvention, wit. San Francisco, Chieigo and Plttslnirg are mentioned as the most -jitolwhle places and each of these citk-s will doubtless put forth its best ellort to s-.-cure the prize. lt T.e-.i w... t . r 1.1 ..UI..M..V..UUII1ICIIIWIW i n ami a lair ngnt. .ow go in ana W iu " b g. asrjsss -r rr: &F$&$Q sssshss liHSssrs SSggNES f SSSr &&$&s5 kvS-kk kuh el-Uoi.-." uproed t I iw u uy uich. bor.ueU of Sonit-raet Ut ii , Irf r'iinitw houl hoUc lu lVu.fi who .hull wllhm two months, have Qd- thereof, mid eleetor who hall or tin court. July. A. U-IMl.lt U nmde ,hfdurt ,2X'H"J-ldSu. K.thv-ey owniihtp "' or appoint. ,1 of prj.tlt or ,,V w'to nrrlve. for bynwlf or ifor tr Any ,r. who .hall lully make !... H ofv-r-..uuty , '' V" YV-Torf the "wi shlpof Sotm-met to U?C ec"o of the 'township of Stonvem-k iru.t under the Jovcn.me.it of the I lilted ,,,,, ,one-. rt-ward or othrr a ua- or wnruy 0ete or d.-stroy any crrHllcie ! wealth to g.vr ""V. J. ineverV eleT on ., , 're.k u. of lieu bin Woy in aaid "J e 'JJ r jLiuh J. Walker lu Mil. a or of this state or or any city or hu-or- coia,.a,ll for hi. vot at an elertlon. .......Iimtlon or Domination paper or a..v part uplutlK-m.tpt bl.c pw lntry n J,.hin i-Vd township arat.-d ditrtrt, whether a commhwloned of- f,.r withholding thi-.aame. kha'l thereby tllrrv,,f of ny U tter of withdrawal or ftle any di.tnct or fcV J","ullm lo be held ,0f,' Mon. -f the township or Lincoln to MThi"I"b "of U,c townnhlp of . tlc to meet Lerr or otlurwi- a sulK,r.li..a!e forfeit hi rixht to .Ke at ami, elertlon, and ....mnte .nomlnatl.y. or nomination pa. ss rOiSriVe mer wpe ,n 8a,d t,,wn" :S-e bouseor ",u,,,,,!l M- cr'sl alJ lowu ssiars; abSS.'Ss? syss ssj, 'U .ttsrsri : rrer. and in every uch prorlamatlou or a , , 111. lownsllip of BUrk to ".P; c,.lors of the boroueh of Moyestown in-nt o. thl Mate or of the I niut State, or w ,, w,mn.d , w.r or .fflnu " who .hall wilfully .lRn any nomination '".""EST?. 'JJit he oftiecr tot elerted and 'Jr'j hlfp of Jo ph W. Herring- ItelaVof Kamuel Custer lu said of any el yor I WV'i'ir'V that the .natter ,f the clmllenge U untrue be- pr . oualined eUvtor. UPP'H-. vuied" M rnd to Mr iS ,-uch l,i tn thenn in which ttK-y ahall ap- ... Mr uihHI ine wiimn . , . ... n ..1... ' II IiKimtetheplacrt aiwiucuw- - Hon is woe i . ,. ,m.p. iViustiwof the peace, hol'''e ee1" . "hTlaw. Incapal'le of holding or cxer- III (i Ve IWHKT UH" r.ri . sine at the same time the (mire r .em of judge. is,tor or clerk of any elec tion In till" C ommon weauu, .w. Thebefoke, In obedience to the rc ouiren e'.Vscf .id Act of Assembly I. Edward SZr. High snerifl of the room, f ' me .Udo her, by niate Known M ... notice to tlie eimi""- i". ii lssii "he first Tuesday of November, A. 1. I being . THE fit. DAY OF KOVEMBEE. 1895. JefK-ceii the hourt of 7 o'clock A, -V., and ? o'clock r. -V. a enera. KlecUon will be held at the jevenij elwt ion county at hiih time tlie """""'TV """V" St d shali be ed for by bolUH aa toliows. Offieert to be Elected. .VF PFRSON FOR THK OFKICK OV T TK TKKASl RLlt of the Commonwealth ..f lei.nsvlvania. iii-vi'V l'HSOSM'R jnr. t . . 'MiB KI-fVKK.HtX.l KT JflHiEof the louimou- wealth ..f I'ennsylvanlH K TOWS JHE.,t1..- rf LilT- TKWTAlToHXKYof the County of Kumr- VTJ riVlN1- FOU THE OFKH'K OK Pt'-K 1 IKK.n of the County of omer- set, Pennsylvania. List of Nominations as Certified by ing election. z ' a r-fl . v marked in the square Within the f a Cross (X) be Markcd of the column. FOR A STRAIGHT TICKET O MARK WITHIN THE CIRCLE. Republican. fcTATE TREASURER (Mark One) Benjamin J. Haywood. J U DOES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. (Mark SixO James A. Reaver. Edward X. Willard. John J. Wiekham. Charles E. Rice. j Howard J. Rccdcr. tieorge R. Orlady. I I.USTRICT ATTORXEV. (Mark One.) Andrew J. Colboru. lHKUt DIRECTOR. (Mart eo ) Harrison (iohn. Given under my hand, at States of America the hundred Ix his last annual report, which is Dow la ing distrihtited, State Treasurer Jackson savs: "The total interest-hear- ! ing debt of the commonwealth is now i,sltl."il, no part of which will ma ture until 1'.1 In the meantime, without additional legislation, Mifti ciet:t funds will have accumulated from the transfer of $10.1,0')') annually from the general fund, and from the conversion of the assets of the sinking fund into cash, to take up the loans then falling due. The estimate of the ordinary revenues of the common wealth for the year ending Xovemlar .I, Is il, is f.i.4-" ,7i)."il. The ordinary ep. "uses of the commonwcilth for the year ending Xovemler ."si, 1 'j, aggre ite W. Included in this table ire the following items: -flTs).') for training schools ?l'X),i i t for charitable institutions, fl'i.'!,'K) for reformatorieSj rllo.lKli for itenitetitiaries; for comtnon ( schools and county superintendents, s, .vr. :: ti- f,,r i...l.i;c urintiiiy nn.l - ' ' ' I I r i.)2iii, $11 i.O 3 ; fertile oxpn of r-ivernment, f H.-..0M; f-r the judiciary, sllief.;trric, s,;e ua:llI,ler,. s.i,im ; for senate exK-nses $1 ,0,l).J ) ; w.h whMl the.viiushfdthcd.ior separa for the house of representatives $4'),- ting the sh-riir resMeiic. from tlu jaiL ). Sheriff Vaa Ness met the leaders of . the mob and warned them to withdraw THE county ticket is a small hut He faced the throng with his revolver in most excellent oik. Give it every Re- his h:md, b-.it they juiekly wrested his publican vote in the county ! ! weap.in from his grasp. Then they broke . open the solid steel tl nr which laa-N into It is conceded that ex-Spx-nkcr thej;iil. The guar.I-i first lire I a volley Thomas R. Reed, of Maine, will lie '. into the exiling fr.im th:-ir rill s and as chosen Sneaker of the House in the coming Congress As there will la . . ,, te.rf- t - ..i l: two hundred and forty-four Rcpubli-i , , , J . , , , , i can niemltera to ! provided for an.I ; 1 as.-tgti.tl to committees that wi.l e ; satisfactory to them, it will Ik? seen at , a glance that Mr. Reed has a very ' troublesome, and lossibly a jHTilous , dtitv to comm. -lie with. There are alroiit a hundred Republican Ih presen- I siiv.s.-l.n-..rd. r..l.t.-l ,..! r.. i - . r r ' I of those, bv virtue of former service, . . , i will claim the chainnanshin of a com- ! i niittee. Then there are over one hun-j dretl and fifty new menihers who have bad no esjiTictice in legislation to 1 satisfactorily assignttl to -ommittces Among the older members (older in length of service) there will lie a strug- gle for the chairmanships of the prom- ; incut comniittee, auu this may give .. .. :" . . ' rise to serious complications ana iienrz- . burnings that may neriously aflU-t the chanct of Mr. Retl for the Presiden tial nomination for which he is a prom inent candidate, lie has had, how ever, considerable exiK-rieiu-e in deal ing with matters of this kind, is proverbially shrewd, and will have an ( .ye wide open on his future polith-al j prospects He will also, during the session, have to ma the gauntht iiir ntnrn t mu ir:an.ij of i it ni nop 1'Pim.i. t o.t ' . x " . . dential candidates in the House. AI- together, Mr. R.-.tl has not been n in- . vited to a ted of roses. Good Housekeeper. Some of the bent housekeepers in Som- set and vicinitv use the Cinderella Stoves and lUnges and pronouuee tLcm perfect Iwkers Sold by JAXCS B. Hol-flfCRBAl M, Somerset, I'a. 1 GENERAL Placet of Voting. The township of Mi.forf to t the old hotel formerly occupied by ...i....in - ai.ii.'ii in i'DLLurLHuurx Ktli. "" ... ,h i....,e of John said borough. , Tnr t.iwX of the township of 111. HI I1H' . . " kevf.t to mi ai ii.c uw )Ht , ld township The vt.. of the iH.n.ugt. of rnlna to meet at the h.mse of J. B. Miller. op,alte . .uiAv ttn in Miii lxniiifn. The ehctors of the township of Addison to .ftinthelOOFUaU in Petersburg said of Aiittiffon to The "l.itorsofthetownshlpof Mlddlecreek to met at the house of Jesse C. Sweluer In New Lexington .ld township. The ehTtora ..f the township of Elk Lick to m.i-t at the house of Lewis Eulerick la W efcl tNiiisburv asid lownsuip. ti'. ..i.Vion. f the l.rougli of Salisbury to m- tat thcoflice ofCalviu T. Hay in sahl borough. , .tj. , TheebViorsofthetsughof B.irkwoud to "Tte"iiur'n.H?-M oVowcouncf chamber , aaid to I Tlieel.Vlors of the township of Summit to meet at the new election house in said Ti,cel.vlor.ortheboro'.i?hof W ellersburg to ,., at the house ot t-u r-naper i to meet at lue iiuuk.- e- ni !,,!,. ........ ...n The elector, of the tuwusiiip . 10 1 T.""1!';. l V id Urn i.sl.ip. The H-ct..r. of the U, -n, .1 ilp of K.U U..mp- t. ' "J ttoe houe of J. U Ku.m Commonwealth of the Secretary of the - .. r-.-u n,j;j,4a ;MM 4ho lino onrirtsinn hn at the ngnt ot me name ut r..,. Circle it will be Equivalent to a Mark Opposite Every Name in the column. Those who do Not desire to Vote FOR A STRAIGHT TICKET O MARK WITHIN THE CIRCLE. Democratic. STATE TREASURER. (Mark One.) Benjamin F. Meyers. JUDOES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. (Mark Six ) Harinan Yerkes. James S. Moorchcad. Charles Henry Xoyes. Peter P. Smith. Oliver P. Bechtcl. Christopher Magee. DISTRICT ATI'ORX E Y. (Mark One.) Charles W. Walker. POOR DIRECTOR. (Mark One.) John Oahring. iny office in Somerset, this 23d and twentieth. Shots For the Lynchen. Tifi ix, )., tK-t, 'S:. Henry Mutchler, Jr., and Christian Matz were hot and killed shortly after 1 o'clm-k this niorn ing by aheritrs ollicers. They were among a uioli that tried to force an en train to tlie jail and lynch Leander J. Martin, alias Williams who was in confinement on the charge of killing City Marshal August Schultz, on Wednesday night. Martin had got into a contro versy Mith the 1-Vyear-old aon of a ncighhoriug farmer and had nearly strangled hi.u. S.-hultz and Officer Sweeney went Ut Martin's farm to arrest him, hut ho Itarricadcd himself in his house, and shot from the window at the officer, killing Schultz and wounding Sweeney. Sfliultz'a funeral yesterday drew a ( great crowd and there was much talk of lynching Martin. Sheriff Van Ness heard of this and took the precaution of station ing a half dozen well armed g.iards insi.le the jail. At midnight the mob, which was m.tstly ..innosed of fannrs from t'' vicinity, met at the fiir grounds and r?-.i!ve I t i lynvh Martin. Taoy marcb- nl i.lt.kll.tt i.-.i .i I iu.i l.1 a -..! sn ths in .o still pressel on tliLv slnt into ths cr. J, irntaritly killing Mut;:iler i t... ? ..r e . l "o ....tLA. is mho ,.t tii lar.licrs tll':i went out t look for dynamite with .. - . ., ... . which to d estroy tue jail and its mm ites an 1 while they were g me O.U.-ers Sweeney and Kulkner tok Minin o-jt by a rear d r, placal him in a ct b and drove him 21 miles t Fre:u itit, where he wa-t placid iiijail. TuJ KrJ disappeared fr ..i tha j iil a sin as word came that Martin was safely on the way to Frem nt. Tin in ib . f , qoiekl lo true 1 tli it tin object of tlmr " . .. vengeance was no longer within reach nJ ,, disienWl, H(ter the hunt for dynamite had proved fruitless Eigh-pticed Water ia Altoona. The water famine in Altoona still con tinues and the fluid is being sold on the Ftreets. It is sid to be valued at JS2 per barrel, and higher, proKrtionatcly, by ..... I . ko". A Storm at Sea Increases the discomfort of the voyager. Rut even when the weather is not tem pestuous he is liable to sickness They who traverse the "gigantic wetness"' should bo provided with Hostettcr's Stomach Bitters which quiets disorder- J w, stomachs with gratifying sjieed and ' certainty. To the hurtful influence of a ! tropical malarious ortoo rigorous or damp 1 i; ... l ' - tuc iK.i.e.ut eiim-i , of unwholesome diet and bad water, it is iiiiii- itu a-j 1 1 ua r t i,n rr rclia1'e antidote. Commercial travel- ,ers by sea or land, mariners, miners. 1 western pioneers, and ail who tiave to eneouiucr vicissitudes or cumate and : temperature, concur in pronouncing it the best safeguard. It nrerenis rl.... ma- j rise- tism n.l nnlnum.n. .i...i u :.. I queiice of damp and cold, and it is an ef- I .. . oi nr. 1(1 fvtirs. Iicient defense against all forms of mala- ria. It can lie depended upon in dyspep sia, liver and kidney trouble. ELECTION PROCLAMATION. GOD SAVE THE COMMONWEALTH. The elector of the township of Northamp- ton to inw-t at the House 01 rwinu.i ruur- . .. ...... -- i ,T . , . to meet at the hall of the J O L A M In 1M- vidsx ille, anld U.wnshiji. The eertoraof the townsliip of S hade to me.-t at the house Jacob Heliuan. in aald Ti,..ii.i..mnr iiietownsiiin oi tonema.igu The elector, of the township of Paint to mt ai tue new nt townsh'1.. The elector, of the township of Jenuer to meet at the house formerly occupied by Tiiomas Cnllucher. now occupied by Harvey j3ia,i at Jenuer X Itoads, said U.wnship. TUf e(,,ors cf tne township of Jefferson to meet at the house ol !-oloinon itaaer iu nou """""" The . ...tor, of the boro8l -V.ffJ nh of Jeiinerville shop owupied by I borough. Th. ..i.M..r of the horouirh of Cassrlman to m?. a the house fornieriy owned by Mary Cupp in said borough. elector, of the township of Falrhopc to niM., , ,,le 1(UKC uf lwub 1. Kammer.r in said township eiet.tors of tl(e borough of Benson to ineel Tat the feed store building of laui.- W. ji.nh in a,.id lH.nM.gh. . mn h of to unvl at t.he n hool houae in wld bonuiah. ..i. t,. hm4 n i ine nouMe oi raiiiui-i x uui- - . r : r..iiif n.tiu itr iii mnr anr im inr nur . i. II1IIL ni'M iiivmt Miiimrw fiirr niat ITffclf HflHIl IM IrvrDVU. Aart lfliIP fkl nOTIllliniMMl tr The electors of the township of Quemahon- Stale l-.rislal.ire and rf the m-l.t-t or coi.t- For the purpose of voting no per- per or any part thereof which hna been i duly lug. district No. 1. to meet at 'the new election inon MJ '1. "'fV'V ' Wmiu.ll I de, ined to tmve gained a .r.?l- .led or forge or fclae ly make the nfflrgl en- M' houseiaaBldtownsnp. , , i.i.f.i A..l.iiw or esen-isiua at t he same t line dence by reaaor. of hi. P.resem. or iijf T'V?'.?' New Centre- '' .S i"i ih.m-e or .ntrnent .S Judge. Inspector rmofh-.n- and c.,v.c,ln ....... be y Lincoln A. Lohr, id.ow,.ship. ?XZ 'or anV oVoTihe I nited states nor while engaged in ty,tJJ rPPJ.T- ItSM lted'e'n!- non7yearbolK.VtuVditloof aalil townsmp. -j .',;,, ..owr while a stuaeiil at any .immune." w - "'- r,.rwTur. Theelwtomof the borough , of New Bultl- that of an t lection omctr. r while kept in any wor hojiy or .-her Anv publle officer upon whom i Hta li n,ore to n,M t "l lue hoU,e uf J" r- "P QuaUfieUoa of Eloctort. aaylum at public ejpeuse. uor while confined i. ,np.ed by thU act who .hall negll- 11 said borough. . In public i.rison. ;. viifnilv Cull to nerform .uch duty. Pennsylvania, and by the Commissioners of Somerset County, and to be ,.u.uat0 .... d FOR A STRAIGHT TICKET O MARK WITHIN THE CIRCLE. Prohibition. STATE TREASURER. (Mark One.) William H. Berry. JU1HJES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. (Mark Six.) Edward CatnpllL William W. Lathroj. David Sterrett. Lewis D. Vail. F. Harry Hoficr. Adie A. Stevens. D1STR I CT AT Tt )RX E Y. (Mark One ) POtJR DIRECTOR. (Mark One.) Isaac (. Jones. day of October, in the -ear of EDWARD HOOVER, Sheriff. Food Hen At Work. The recently appointe.1 Iairy and Footl t'oiiiinissioner, vi Wells is getting ready for a vigorous prosecution of tiia laws prohibiting the manufacture and sale of imitation butter and the adultera tion of foods including vinegar, jellies, cider, evaporated apples and all apple products The law against the traffic in oleomargarine, passed in ls7, provides a fine f not less than f lot, nor more than t-, anil imprisonment of not less than 111 days nor more than .H) days, for viola tions of the statute. An amendment ad ded to the law at the last session provides that the amount of one-half the lines previously allow til informers lie paid in to the state treasury, for the use of the department of agriculture. One of the acts passed by the lost legislature prohib its the adulteration of all articles used for food or drink by man, whether simple, mixed or compound. F.wmI will be deem ed to be adulterated if any sulestanco has Ue-i mixed with it to injuriously affect its quality, strength or purity: if any cheaper or inferior substance has been Kulslituted wholly or in part for it; if any valuable or necessary constituent or ingredient has been wholly or in part abstracted from it; if it is an imitation of or is sold under the name of another article; if it contains any diseased animal or vegetable sulistance or article, whether manufactured or not. Milk, to pass muster, must not lie colored, coated, pol ished or powdered, whereby damage or inferiority is concealed, or it is made to appe:.r of greater value than it is Any added substance of a poisonous or injuri ous character is considered among the adulterations. The act does not apply to mixtures or com'Mxinds recognized as or dinary articles or ingredients ofarticles of food, if each package sold or offered for sale le distinctly labeled as mixtures or compounds, and are not injurotis to health The penalty for refusing samples of food ! for analysis is not exceeding S0 days im prisonment and a line not exceeding ?1.V1. A similar penalty and fine is imrKeciblo for uianufacturmg or selling adulterated food, and persons convi.-ted of either of these offenses are required to pay the necessary expenses incurred in inspecting and analyzing adulterated articles found in their ossession. The act with regard to impurities of vinegar and other apple products em powers the dairy and fossi commissioner and his assistants to have full access and ingress to and egress from all places of business mills buildinzs. carriaires. crs vessels and barrels tanks and packages of whatever kind, used in the lnanufac-j ture, transivortation and the sale of anv . apples products or adulteration or imita- ' tion of them, and to open vessels eon taining them. MKAXS TO KXKOIM K THE LAW. These several laws the dairy and food ' commissioner intends to enforce as i thoroughly as the fiV-W appropriated for 1 the Wei of n next two years will permit. Mr. i'cIIs is now preparing for the guidance ; p j of ins agents, who are lo procure samples ! . - . - i articles soi.i, me uumiier toun.l adul-, thiucliilla, ranging in pri.-es from S.V) terated in Ohio, in which of about I,:w'up. A splendid Jacket for ?5.(M. Alsoi articles analyzetl, n were found by the J authorities of that Mate to havo been ' adulterated. There will I no conceal- incut in the pn.swed investigation. Kvery dealer ho may receive a visit from t!ie dairy and food commissioner's agents It-ill litf. t.klil thflt IhA G.im.li-d .. ... 1. purchased are intended to 1 analvred in the interest of the consumption of rniro f.KHl. , Thomas J. Edge, secretary of the de- J Theelretoni of the borouiih of Hoover-vlVa to meet in the lii.nd Hall 01 said borough. i ne liHiowing riK.iix aim iua. ..'' (.,,.trM . , pnwribed by Article x,j, f cHnrtttution "f ,,H,,I C"'"'""0- o , ju . j,. by auy Art of AM,.mhIy, to-wlt : . .. . . , ... .. ,: SEiTtos 1. Every male citizen. 21 years of .. ,Mki!i,sin the lollowipg .il.llin-iiions shall Im- entitled lo vote at all eieelions: First ,le la i,.1Ve be. n a ritien of the Cuius! stales at least one month. Second He shall have resided In the state one year (or 1 1. uav- lug previously Im-ii a qualili.-d elei-tor, or na tive born citizen of the slate, he shall have removed therefrom and returned, Hull six mouths) Immediately pnt-eling the eh.tioii. Tl.ir-1 lie shall have resided In the el.ction district when- he shall oiler to vote at bust two month iu.i..e,liiely piling the elec- ! i.. . .. ............ j he shall have paid within two years a Miato . or count v tax, which sliall have lwn assessed at least two months and pdd at least one moi.th la-Ion- the el.H-t ion. SBU Kl-ct.irs sluill, in all cases, except for t reason, felony and bn..-h or snn-ty of theHiice, Is? privil-g"l Iro.ti arrest during their attendance on el.i-tloiis, and in going and returning 111. r. lriin.. b.K'. 7. AH laws n gilatlii Die l.ohliug of Uctioti. by the cilie.is. or lor the registra tion of ch-i-lors, fchall be uniform throughout rnhimn Indir.atps a Vntn fnr Each Candidate Thus Marked. ,. FOR A STRAIGHT TICKET O MARK WITHIN THE CIRCLE. People's. STATE TREASURER. (Mark one.) George W. Dawson. JULGES. OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. (Mark Six.) John H. Stevenson. D. O. Couchlin. William C. Rluent, DI SIT JKT ATTORX E Y. (Mark One.) POOR DIRECTOR, (Mark one.) our Lord 0:12 thousand, eight I .... . . . ! partuientol agriculture, says the a.lul-j teration of food products is going on to ai fearful extent, and that the dairy and I food couiii.issi itier will have his hands full in performing the various duties whi.-h recent legislation itiiiscs on him. The manufacture of jellies aril jiun out of glucose and acids is common. These articles are sold fur less than 2 cents a pound, which, he says ennntit be made for less than 1 cents a pound if produced from fruits. In the preparation of ininy other articles ofcoiisuuiplion like frauds are perj.etrat.Hl. The Katio3.il Convention. Nkw Youk, October i". As a result of the conference liet ween Senator Juay, ex Senator Piatt, lien. Clarkson and C!i ti r utau farter, of the National Hepublican Committee, the national K"puhlican eon ention of isiri will Iks called ab;ut June 111. Senator t'uay wanted the convention held in May, w hile Mr. Piatt wanted il held as late as July or August. June lu was agreed upon as a compromise date. At the conference it was develoied that 17 tuenilars of the committee favor hold ing the convention in San Francisco. Twenty-live vote arc necessary to a choice. Senator J-iny wants the conven tion hel l in Pittsburg, while Mr. Piatt favors Chicago. It will go to one of these two cities. Senator it!iy, before leaving for his home, reiterated that lie favored the nom ination of Thomas l'rackctt Reed for President. Fight Sitaatioa Unchanged. Hot Srr.ixus, Ark., Oct. 2S. When Fitzsiiimioiis arrives here Thursday, jt will lie necessary to have new articles HerecJ to r"r the prop-ised $10,i-U purse for his liglit with Corbett before the -IS hours notice to the public of the fight, that the committee deems sufficient, can Is issued. This would give Gov. Clark time to act, and that he will take advant age ofthc least opportunity is beyond doubt. Kight companies of inil'ui i, it is said, can be landed here in from four to seven hours after the Coventor gives the order, and it is positively asserted ho will give it just as soon as iIrtc is a prospect of the fight. The bilk aiKiut pulling off the fight on lhe ,:ln,i mMr 'so, the title to which ' j" tJi'il,,,t U'twecu Texas and the 1 nile"' Su'tfs, was revived to-day. It a" t,,Ht " Fitzsimmons's arrival proposition will l? made to bring the men together on this territory Novemlier j l!i for a ?2.",uirt purse, and that a certified J check, for ?1(),M il Ikj ready as an j evidence of good faith. Ladies' Wri;. The latest styles of Ladies' Tailor Made i Jackets for Ladies in Beaver, Bouele and . Fur and Cloth Capes nil qualities cheap, j A full line of Misses' and Children's' CtMts, Call ai:d see llic-m. Mas A. E. Uiiu Do y. i scratch and scratch, and ivom'o ! what's the matter Drum's Ointment iii ' it..,..i ...i:....A -...1 - .1.. I j iriiv.v din t oiant imy I'liro any itchy disease of the skin, bo u:nttir of Low long standing. Tl i I Ihe State; Hit no ri.tor .hall I n. priveJ of thP i.rivlhve of votiiiit by rmxm of his name t being nuisterfO. Penalties For Violating ThU Law. Skc. SI. A voter who shall, except a. herein otherwise provided, allow hi ballot to be seen by any person with an appaiviit Inten- tion oi lei.ing n oe ij"" vote or slu.il cast or aiwn.pi wasi.ij .f,... . iKtllot than thcolllclal ihiiioi wnien ns t-eu . . . t.;... .... ..... ..n.nu. kIiu.I i.u. f.ltieer ttT shall willully violate any provlsl.ni of tin. acior any .s-.s.... -.... " sun anv vol. r when tusHie sani inms skm-w- ... when maiking his laillol, or wlio shall en- . I.... liiurl.iir Iih. inntk- ....... I..4 ...u. u liF .'...r IM4IIIV 1I..IMM.1L111K e.1 hi. ballot or whs except when lawfully roinnu.iided by a return judge.rt-a nmipeteiit .... i.u.n cut r unfasten the corner rsl-d down over the numler on any ballot, shall Is" guilty of a misdemeanor, and upm conviction shall sentenced lo pay nj not cxcecrtlng SlO.1. or to undergo an impris onment for im more man uim- inumu. U.tii at the discretion of the court. Hkc.!. Any person wliosliaii, prior 10 in d.-alruy any eh-citon. wilfully debtee or deatruy auy list of following nomination, have been made and ".u-ll.iat.si po-ied n accordance with the pn- rertltke.1 to me a. pnvld.-d in ait id act. to be i. of this act r wlKN during an election yoU-d for at said efcctiou lr , sjtld county hc- ah-.il wilfully d. f...H-. tettrdown. remove or Ing a. fc.r a. may In; In the form in which card of lustiuctlou or .iH-cimen inej w... F"" ' voted for in the several Election Districts of said County at the ensu a Straight Ticket must Not Mark a FOR A STRAIGHT TICKET O MARK WITHIN THE CIRCLE. Socialist Labor. STATE TREASURER. (Mi.ru One.) George Anton. JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. r DISTRICT ATTORX EY. (M.rk One.) POOR DIRECTOR, (Mark One.) hundred and ninety-five, and the A Bedford County Bobbery. A special dispatch from lied ford to the Altoona Ti ilmur says: "On Wednesday night the house of Dr. Davis of Sis Mile linn, this county, was entered by unknown parties who, after a short search, opened the trunk belong ing to the Dx-tor. which was standing in his room, taking therefrom the sum of $..,3111 belonging to the Sch wl Hoard, of which the Ioctor was Tre:wurer; also some private funds which had Ireen placed there for safe keeping. "A queer complication arises, inas much as I i.x-tor I .i vis' bond had never lieen accepted by the School Ifcutrd. Therefore, the Directors are equally responsible for the sum, which included an appropriation received from the State a few days ago of fJJKl, which Dr. Iavis his Ix.nd unapproved, was not authorized to ro-eive, and which the School Hoard is at fault for allowing to lie placed in his hands" Qnay Declares For Seed. I'llii.Ai'Kl.r.vlA. Oct. 2S. In an in terview to-night Senator tjuay came out very strongly for Thomas B. Reed for I'n-sidenU "Yes" ho said, "I am for I teed uoW, and was for him before I went to New York. I will not say that he will be nominated. That depends upon the attitude of other States, such as New York.'' It was suggested that he and ex-Senator Piatt were rejx.rted to have agreed on Keod. Senator Quay replied: "Piatt didn't tell me he was for Reed." As to i 'nay's second choice ho said: "I am for Mclvinley or any other avail able man." Over 1000 Soldier' Orphani. II AtiRtsnrttii, Pa., Oct. 25. A re-tort of the condition of the S.ddiers Orphans' Kcliools of tne State has been m ule by he Com mission hiving them in charge. On Octolier 1 the attendance was: In d list nil School, at Scotland. 2fl; Chester Springs 31:5; Harford, !!; and I n ion town, 3I.1i. Additional orders were issue.! for the admittance of 41 other pupils, making a total enrollment now of 1072. Grail GroTt ia tb.s River. PlTTsnt Ro, Pa., Oct. 2, The Ohio River Isdow this city is not much more than a series of pools separate ! by bars, which may be crossed dry shL The marks to-day slnw less thxn a loot, the lowest stage of water ever ree rded . Grass has grown on many of the liars. The matter of water for family use is a serious problem in the country districts. Make Cows Pay. Twenty cows and one Little Giant Separator will make more butter than 25 cows and no separa tor. Five cows will bring $200 to $300 and one separator will cost $125. Five cows will eat a lot of feed; a separator eats noth ing. Moral: Make the cow business pay by using a sep arator. Send for circulars. P. M. Sn asfi.es, Westchester, Pa. BuUand, Tt. .1 hull. printed or putted for the ".riu vot - re. or who hHll, lurii. " """",', or who sliall negligently or wllmlly pi-rfiMiu it In such a way a. to hinder the obj.'ct. or t hi. act. or who .hall wlirully violate any of the provision, thereof .hall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction .ball be niHu-Hl to wiv a One n.a exellng !., or lo undergo an Imprlsoi.met.t for n4 more than one year, or both, at the discretion of the court. Skc.SH. Any person other tnan an omcer charged by law ith the -nre of the J""''. or a person in.rusi.i ..j i. "- - - - ir.,l l.r care mrminiu - " - - Uw who shall liave In his pe.loii o"lde ...... k, 1 .1 IT riMlIII .111 Ulll.lfl. ... ,f a misdemeanor and iukhi eonvic- tion sliall Is" sentenced to pay a fine not ex- c. - sllng or lou.H.fni.. , ,pr ... .e... f..r mtt more tlian one year, or both, at tne discretion of the court, lilt of HmiaUoBi. In obedience to the requirement, of Klid act of assembly. I also give notice that the ir cross within the circle at the head The voter may insert in the col jmn below, the name of any person whose name is not printed on the ballot for whom he desires to vote This column Is fr the use of voters d.-s.r iig to vole for candidate other thau those .those name, appear printed on this ballot STATE TREASURER. (Insert One ) JUDGES OF THE M'PEltlOR COURT. (Insert Six ) DISTRICT ATTORXEY. t Insert me.) POOR DIRECTOR. (Insert One.) Independence of the United Nearly 65 Xilet an Hoar. Br a Mi, N. Y Oct. 24. A new world's record for railroad spec! over a great distance was made to-day by a special train on the Lake Shore tt Mich igan Southern Railroad, which ran from Chicago to Buffalo, ,'ilU.l miles, in 4s 1 minutes and 7 seconds an average speed oftil.iiO miles an hour. This time in cludes stops Kxclusive of stops the run was made in 470 minutes 10 seconds an average speed of fA.if miles an honr. The New York Central's record of Scp temls?r 11 was an average speed of lt.til miles an hour, including stops and M.2t miles an hour exclusive of delay. The east coast record on the Great Northern road of Kngland from King's Cross to Alterdeen is .523 miles in 512 minutes, or tn.3 miles an hour. The west coast record on the I guidon .V Northwestern is 54l miles in 512 minutes, or (J I.2S miles an hour. The run from Chicago to Buffalo was made for a practical object. It was neither to leat the rotir.I of the F.nglish i roads nor to show what absolute speed could Is? attained on the road-Ietl, but to ascertain at what rate a commercially paying train could be made to go safely. TTJTOOD'S Sarsaparilla is carefully prepared by experienced pharmacists from Sana p&rllla, Dandelion, Man drake, Dock.Pipsissewa, Juniper Berries, and other well known Tegetable remedies The Combination, Pro portion and Process are Peculiar to Rood's fcar.parilla, giving it strength an 1 curativo S power Peculiar to I tie If, not pos sessed by other medicines. Rood's arsaparilla Cures Scrofula, Salt Ithcnm, Sores, Boils, Pimples and all other affections caused by Impure blood; Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Sick Ileadache, Indigestion, Debility, Catarrh, Bheumatism, Kidney and Liver Com- C plaints. It fa N ot What we Say, but what Hood's Sarsaparilla Does, that Tells the Story Hood's Sarsaparilla URES Hood's Pills gentle, tnild and eflecUre, UDITOR'r NOTICE. At an Orphans' Court held at Somerset, Pa., on Oetuher lh, IMfi. the undcnilcn.sl audiior was duly apMiii(etl lo find the fads and niskea dislrihution of I he funds In lhe hands of Wni. H. Hoover, administrator and truslt-e of Km'l Lohr. der'd.tonn-l nimin- those ,-zn'.-ly entitled thereto, uoticel h.-n-hy Klvrn that I will a. tend to the duties of the ahove s -M'int in. ill 011 Friday. Nov. sih, ltsi at my Iticr in the lHroiii;h of Homers.-t. I'a when and w here all persons Interested can attend If tl.cy think proper. JOHN Ft, H'-OTT. Auditor. SAOKNOOKPH'S PATENT SECTIONAL Steel Ceilings and SideWall Finish. ForCtaarctMsand Knidm a. Cttakxrae. prw nd rntltuatea, an kppllmuua to IncSuU? Maouratsunr, TI8 tlM IUI tel. ft.. (LU.) IHiltda.. h. Ainu nuUtrra of l.hlnln. Kir bih! sturu-tltnif bteel Hla aa4 sMla. Url cmaiian. 2 Car Load Vehicles. Just arrived, the finest and most complete line of Bus gurreTj Phaetons, jrins Wagon.-, S.iu.h; Wagons and Dog Cart. ' have vchiclcd with springs of every description, and at pricvn lower than ever befure heard of Brewster Side-Bar Spring, Coil Concord - - - -Dexter Queen - -American Queen -Ferry Queen - - And the improved End Spring, the best spring ever used on t!l0 roajj A fine lot of Double -and Single Dusters, "Whips, etc. Have a full FARM WAGOK Heavy or Call and sec the greatest di.-ilaj of Veliclca in Somerset Couut to day at E. L. IMMENSE WAKKROOMS, Patriot St., - - - - Somerset, Pa.' The New Capello Rance. WE sell tho NEW CAPELLO RANGE, pnaranteed the lary,t ar,.He.t Ranc of hi da.; on the market. It haa very larL'O ens, heavy grates, linintrs and tops. Uaking and Iioa-ti:.' lii.-j the liighfst a.s thouandj of daily Usere can testify. If .JU the le.t buy a ALSO A FULL LINE OF GRANITE, COPPER & TINWARE, Milk Cans, Screen Doors and Windows, lee Cream Freezer.. 0 Gasoline Stoves. Call and see u?. Respectfully, P. A. JA1IE8 B. H0LDERBAUJI, Somerset, Pi Great Inducements. Goods reduced in price in every line. Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Lace Curtains. LadiesT Coats, &c. Xow is the time to buv to save money and get something good. KJAMES CLINTON STREET. B. &, Only One, Special item in Press Goods from anions hundreds, all wool materials, 0e, 25c, 3"c, lo $ -1..10, do wc call special attention to this week, and every woman who cannot come we ak to w rite for samples of these new all-wool Two Toned Piaonal Suitin!is. 50 inches wide, 50c a yard. Wc think without question the greatest Suiting value ever sold here or elsewhere. They are com binations of red and Mack, jrrcen and black, blue and black, brown and black, red and black, and mixt ures of brown and black and blue and brown flecked in brijrht con trasting colors just enough of the yellow, red, green, white or blue to give character to these soft all-wool Diagonals 50 inches wide, 50c a yard. They'll sell at sight, and quick action required if you'd get a gown by mail order write for samples at once. Cloak Room. Not lacking in interest thou sands of garments to select from. Newness, Slyle and fhapeliness mark every one, . fn in nobby Jjclct, S 50 to $10.00, or Cape, $2.00 to elegance in Fur $325 00. B B0GG3 & BUHL Allegheny, Pa. u ti it it Uames, baddies, BrM!o?J Lip line of .TO Light. N'S r EI LO. J ail SCHELL, SOMERSET. PA. It Is a Great Comfort To a tidy -nu k p- r to Um The Cinderella Air Tight. i on of thtMn-iM pt-rfi-r he in M-VfH. fr tion I o. v-r u;"i:i iii - t Ali th- iat-?t Hii'i U--! )-:!. r i trjr:it-i in! 11- ofit )f Ihmi. Kvtry Miriir.-1. jr'i:,' dur.thili'v, Mirit nr. 1 rs ninf Its-vu j.nai ami deveiuA-4t. rrrxlur the ;stttH t Ftinn th Isi-t FnK The coM air i driwn r-a the rlNr. uii'l tii'4-it"r'-i tl.nHuh til.- ui ami t-K oui'hlv h'-at.-ti. I Iii- !;it.t.C i Cold Floors, aii1 tahHsh-? it uwfrm 11 p-nituiv in ail lurt.i uf WILL BURN ANY OZ OF COAL. Will keep Fire 24 Hours. Kxar.iine the dm!, r :1a Nf'l you buy. Sold and siutraiiiol Ny QUINN,v -JOHNSTOWN P Stenger's All ilojiartineiits tlirriil:ni:t -nr hitv SMiiiiiel the nj :.r:iin anil Wir.tt r. Many m-w iii'ii'!ti'-kll! bwn ailiicl to our Dress Goods Stock. at orn BLACK GOODS COUNTER You will find the largest assnrtm' ' Hlark IhnhU show n m.yw In r'. in iti.-p from liv. i p t" 1.V P'r -V1 : A gmnl vah.e 1 n in ; partinetit in a Storm Si ts;h at J yanl. Kortv-xix-in.-ii Srrnr. . kxi-t-tioiiiil .. 1 a ll.-i.rietta Moths at JK ' ' nn.l?l. Ithu-k Kis:oiv. M..h:ii 7.V. pil Si. New I'ltu-ii' Ni-;t.-- to se them. Cloaks, Furs & Capes. Here wc show vou everyt!"i ir " fl.wkH for 1H.1U-H. Mis.,-, or l"1"1, s We have ma.le proviwimi to -ll "fj, every woman or i-hilil. ,':( rirlit stvlisi, the ritrVit l,ri",;l".h rit;ht a-ssorlmnt We nev.T l' by halves. It will ay you : ty'm luitHireU inilea to our t. !. Mil STB MAIN STREET. Johnstown, Pi? SAVMOIE IS t i r SIMPSO w -ss sl, HGat . . .... ...l in riri ;i-Hrh. K "MW'ihif' ' aa.aiiyMtirrinilieni-kr. r rtri m n t . csuiii( all llM-fml (rn lo j' r. ' : arrai .. ! .r. trl. ll.rraws. liar fmrm Pl.... k.llvrs.r. The fr' A'- Tr'; -e Ice k fkt L in," V You .styii ad J rot- proi Veal! irJy rUlb ercei ,vi ry- A Utei k ri ricss osd t p bo B-rei "I faeai it iAel bl m Jnt. Onf iiocb Jli.s thi' jbia Ut thort. rent) fr. II tT, Si r ml V1 lsd i Hi3 from Deall Vkj tnio dm I Sou fcr a toiaa i mi uiiii; ennii BilUo drinl toui: p. hr T! pot Be.: ten HC: Cunr E-h N-x F.;3 i Mr ine the i een iovit Ukei mem La EJw Cam town tr : niiltx hid num U-it day l . railr wan fciioe ;EJ - instLi serk Oil i . Th . r,a-n sii fesao : en-.ii Mr. : i torie thin to bt a tin it 91 whil not I of ti wrot it; 5 do Qi bili ui w? stroi tiiep by a tler tan' dran Mr. of th thit peOi W does yi tb ir BO u bed live MliH PP for; Ts p:c pr.t roi tn.' e..t diju prot D.. Mi t, bie. K n.I a. : T X, , ni i br,