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' li rt TiTcV vinegar t Davis & Bros.
Chit.5. "'. LwlciKlnu-Vctf. mpe Ac,
at IaiiA lir.
.(T(imfE n toe Town Hull-A'!"
at 7 . m., nJ Bl " P- m"
JrcT received at Davis & Bros. iI,''n
dtd of IoJmcco & tijars.
MtVSAtr.HT. tlie nwv puWiU-r uwn,
Wk have now .n hand a large ropply of
jurticw-MankRand judgment not..
AVE are credibly informed that there is
no truth in the report .that they have the
Miiall pox at Berkley- s .inns.
CovNTi.V prodiio wanleil at tlic Fmn-iu-
;roirv & f'1 More of t'ik &. IVerits
n Maine Cro Street.
liivniver has a large lot "f Inn Swivel
tl- v'l'uiiev at 00 f nt will. Call
at the LrJre fctore.
('mil fiuitbv tbcli!ilfdozcn'rd.zenor;i,1,.r ic Co . has shii-jx-d on an average,
full case at C. FiKhoiMls & Urn's to suit j for the iat ten days. 1 ,000 quarts . day,
alj I and expect to ccntinue to do so for three
... 1,11.. ti. weeks loneer. while the ioi4e of town
lT.-Vne brown uIk U.e t urts dai,v
CnJerwUl be handsomely rerded by tQ-;Tri!UM - M
turning the 6ame to tins oflice. j "
of their customers: full line ot choice grp-
ceries. test brands of tobacco and cigars in
Ilnr nrwlitv of sii"nrs bv lb
i lrrcll cheap fbr rash at the The Live Gro
1 rerv in the lasemcnt of the residence of W.
Mk. Cyki s Metkhs on:mencetl work j
on his new house on Monday morning
Imst Wc believe he intends erecting a
handsome and cwy cottage on the site of
his old residence.
IIVRRAII for Cheap Sam's cooling
drinks only five cents ; Uutl'uiu's So.la
Waters Shaffer's spruce leer, lemonade,
pine apple, oranges &c
Sami kl Shaffer.
JrirGK Rowe held an adjourned Court
n this plac on Tucsdav and Wednesday
of last week. The Judge was so much
pleased with our delightf ul climate that he
remained the llanee of the week.
Col.. Isaac lit ers has concluded not
to rebuild his residence on Union strict
this summer. He now has a force of hands
at work takinc down the old walls and
deaiiir.g off the bric ks.
Gks. A. II. Coffrotii lias Imilt liha-'
K-lf a large and elcpuit fiaiile on lu new
j runist-s on Jlaiii Ptnt t. It is quite an i:n -;
Iinp structure, and larjrc t nougU to sta-1
lie a whole Ktud f horses. ;
Mri-i:e. Hatzer and Bicham, the
t-ntrjrrtic and Uimpt-U-nt ecpinecrs who
surreved our braneli road, and the Ursina
branch. iassed throuch town one dav of
laet wtk on their y U JoLnM.iwn to
survey on Isaac Kauffhiin's branch of the
Juhufctown Jl .SoUiorhet Kailroad.
t c,irm,.T ..,i,..i.i ... !
build his residence .n Main street, in en-1
nection with W. J. Baer. He commenced
work on Monday morning. ItistnK'al
two story bncJi, handsimely ornamented i
wiin a gnivanizeu iron cornice.
ConstantH- on hand at the Family Ciro-'
eery A Feed store of t'ook and Iiit rits on '
Maine Cross J-trei-t, flour, oats, corn, mill
feed, brand, Isicon, salt. fiVh. lard, vinejwr, ',
yrui, sufrar, coffee, canned fruitli, itdsic- j
v. cigars, &c, &c.
A Normal Sctiool will 1 opened at ! young ladie'n arm abtve the elbow, fdie and slw-pless nightaand dreary days, luU
Petersburg on Monday, Annist r.th. to endures it with a "shemic" stoicism char- J of pain and mlTering. How many a oon
roctinue ten weeks. Tuition," U" 60 to f '1. t afleristic of her feminalitr. Jbhnitovn ;uniptivc has liad one or more of these
tiKd lioardinir can lie obtained Bt reason- j Dtmoernt, ' wamirg. and allowed them to pa by un-
nble rate. For further information nd- a-a ! heeded, when a bottle or two of Dr. Key-
dre-s I. J. Miixek. I T.r T..o,rT K,-kt. l)oTirri:w.rrnt'urtwouldhf'5W.,.bc?!fr
Pic-Xics in some jiarts of our State !
wiml up wita wiiat h caik-il the iiollv
arum man n me young tiuies sian.ung
in a row and the votine dm n paaaioir along
the line and kissing each good night. This
march has not yet l-en introduced in tins
A XoumaL and model school fur the re
trption of teachers and others, will be
oj"i-ned at New t'entreville August r.lh. to
continue U-n weeks. AVe throw open wide
the door, inviting all of normal age to
come. Tuition, from $2 to $G.
D. W. Will, Princii!.
To Bt-AdtsimBs. I have fir Kile) scv-'.
eral bins of iron that lasscd through the j
lire. I am selling it at a very low price, to J
msike room for new mock. If you want
l-aivains. you will please call soon, as I
an: to cl"e it out aj soon as vible.
JNO. F. IJLYMYEIt.
Imott r.fr.;np ,.nT b.le,l l
two tlc'iTHnt and courtHup ccnuc'tncn. -Mr.
iii, ii. ii. -..raA.iA .v,- rn
ning the prt-liminary urrey ,4 the Johns-;
l.. n -i- bu.rul 1 i nu, i.i.m. iul nl.i
town on Monday tvening last. We know
nhing of the projiostd routu, and there
fore tannot give any particulars.
Ir. Mt LANL Ll EL I ILL ; jn consequence. Therefore. Ve say, dur
lnars the fiiiature of FLEMING ing these hot day see to it that nothing
11HOS., I'ittiurgh, Pa., and their i alxnit you suffer for water, especially your
private I n:ted Mates Stamp. " 1 uke ;
no other. " 1 he market is lull ol mu-1
Stovstowx Xorual S-hooi..
N'oniuil School at Stovswn will oin n on
Moiuhiy, Aujrust 5ih. "and continue it ses-!
a'u.n ten 'weeks. Tuition from $4 to fO.
Good lArdin" can 1 had in torn or
country at rt-aJ-uiaMe rJea. Mudnate will
r.-Klily sec the imjiorunee ol tx-in? in at-
tmihintv as early in the session as p.ilile.
" FumtiRoF, Teaeher.
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s -hfa" win IS Km Monday. July
-'V-.U. IV72, and
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itiiniiiue in m-m-iou u n
week. ' I'ositively no
iiiary prade admitted.
juijuls ot tlie pn-
Tuition f.j and $6.
FAM...T;u:,iv.:o..kand Bcerits of!
the Feed ttorp. have tua-ned out 5n the new.
li.iaiupim llupui, vm. r .n Muaic CroMi 1
Street, r1 ocrujiiot l.y H. C Beerits' shi .
More. In addition to flour cr.tin and mill
feed, they have, a full aswinmont .f pro j
rries. provisions, tobaccos ic. fresh fr.un I
the cit v. at reasonable uriccs. Even tlv '
-ail and see l.ir yourselves. ;
' m,g, ,
fOAL.-Tl.ose in want ..f cul f,.r anv !
purpieie. steaui-p'nerutinff. lime burning
Ac., cn be supplied at Alex Stutzmau's
r . . ,. . i x . nr i . l i ,
.fn,;.fi. 1. ii, .
iiniii r Irnru JuliDi-town
"lit, and the platform
lnutit'ul lump and pood
viat-due cit-an. Leave your orders at
XoitatAL School. I will open a Nor
mal School at lierlin on Monday, July
'-Jlh. to continue ten weeks, for tbe" aoooul
Hj.iiti..Dof teacbere and others who may
wih lo atu-nd. Spwial atti ntion will be
paid to the normal studies. Provision will
also le maile f..r teathinp the Lisber
braniW Tuition. fCand f4. Ciood
lioardiug can l? had at very reasonable
rj5of- JXO. BktBAKEB.
Time and clipLtcned exjierii-iMie have
Miomn tLat certain ilst'inr formoH
uvt-u and relied on in incdical practice, are ;
J uanceroti ; yet Ktfiie c.i :
.-..v. .,u,r k.uiiu iiii-ir v.ay into
componnos. Un. Walkek's Califor
nia BiTTEns, however, eimtain nothinc
"ijutkius, uing oomiaised exclusively of
j-jfemnie sutistanre lrotn California, For
a.l disorders of the liver, kidnevs. Madder,
t-kin. and dipestive orpans, and" forpurify
me the bliKaj, they are the n.st wontU rfiil
Tbe Dale Citt Normal Scii.k.t. will
'-pen on Monday, Aupust 5ih, and will con
untie in session tn wei ks.
Tuition from i to fG.
Good boarding can be Lad at Kaaonable
No UW or pains will be enured to make
"is atlioid a ui.i c.l .
worthy of the flourishing town of Dale !
j"r. Special attention will be ril to the j
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j "M U tucr are requirtxl to j
, ' """his arc reuuesgea
J T'wtnt at the ojitninj; of the eessitHi
C. A. BXYDER,
i.iuiwr has advertised
.'. . ... . t.1i ' Ti lioara ro-
..ii r.-.ti.v March." It tx-ars re-
Jordan is iiaru ivtmu i
Goon News nt Atlantic Came.
Pried Peaches, 11 cents ; Goshen ( liccse.
1 15 cents : White Wheat flour, $10 : Ar-biK-kh-s
ltimsted coffi-e. !W cents ; Green
mftW, 2-j cents. A txillee Sugar l.c per
lound. Everything else at altout the same
rates at the "Cheap Grocery" of
SAMUEL S. SnAFFER,
At his old siand opposite the Barnet Ilouie,
Many of our farmers are quite out of
heart, the frcnuent cold rains having
plv tUmaped tons upon tons of hay last
: ww.k; meoftbe farmers in this vinn-
itv tisd as tiich as ten tons down aunng
the whole of the week, and much damage
was al. done to the grain that had been
U rrv rron in Cambria cormtv mart With-
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! en d" from the fiift thut one firm L. liau-
r has gathered m a large quan- d , la lte surrac! a oothmss
tlty of wool for Morgan, factory, andisL.,, t,lrtifl!iiia i,at of nolkhe.1 marble.
siiU busy making his second round.
gh lie may !e snm time reaching
Some OI lilS CUSIomCrS ail IUSI UCIH-nu OU
oi lis customers an may uepena on
U ing visited. He carries a full supply of
wooiea goods oi an tinds. l ne oesi is
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Mills. Pa., will le
E. II. Marshall has purehaxed thirteen
; additional fe't of ground Xrom H. F. Sthell
' for $600, and has alreadr commenced work
! for a new building. Wc understand that
his corner, together with the whole row
trom the corner up to the alley, is to be
built three stories high. If this isthe case
we will have, instead of the old mammoth
fine three story brick
frame building, a
! that will greatly enhance the appearance
! of our vilksre. "
Bocntt TO the Pexsstlvania Rk-
serves. An important item of news to
tiiousan.ts oi I'ennsylvanians u ithe rcver-.
" " .- -"u v-uuii.u.i.-i ... uii- i
ury. Hon. J. M. Broad head, of the former
iii'i ismn (if lhc svinil A in! ili ir linn K.
1 the mttnliers
1 dor the
of April , 1ST2.
This Ixiunty will now
Ik- allowed and paid.
AVr. Lare received
full and complete .
t Jition of the new American CTrlopa-ditt, f
a jiopular dictionary- of pcneralknowleilse, ;
cdiu-d I'T ieo. Hijiley and Charti A. Dan-!
na. nnd published by that celebrated pub-4
lMiini house of P. Appleton & Co., of ,
New York. It is printed in sixteen larse ;
rorul octavo volumes and is lieautifullv
lound b-th in cloth and calf. It is by far
the largest ami greatet work rvor issued
by any publishing house in this country,
and is a full and complete library in i't-
self, and whollv indisix-nsahle to anv one
TV1' o be reliably mfynned on any
"u ""J" '
Yoi ng sprig, courtirg his Wly love
' viniik J a.v .ua. .u.. -a iata I IiO TlirKT (TA uni HI 1 . a
r.f ll... NrnmoMinr tl, P.nn. . J J. . . F1 ' V," Wailca Unlll UllS Ut llOUT I) W n!Ul
l-n-es for the $100 Imunty. un- "r, :," " VrA ri ! n'""? ? ue hfxsw c,i me join
provisions or tlie art or i on
in tlie second want of Concmanjni oor- am "wo i lucuum umi um. aa.-iu-on:h,
last Sunday, met with an accident J d that he is Lrin-ing on himself eauscloss
that proves that "true love never runs , evil, if he leu it nin on without proper ef
smooth." trom the fact that he was using I forts to get well.
an article not supposed to lie used in pay- I These symptoms are evidence if a sadly
inc tcndiT addresses. He was plavine deranped state of the general health, which,
with a pistol and seems to have leen show"- j unless remedied, will go on until the whole
ing his valor, when it was accidentally dis- lody crumble into ruin. Next come on
r-hared. tln hall nan-r through the the crecpinc chills, nieht sweats, the conch
The Light Rnr-rs4
I txo MAcnrxE. Thin machine hit len
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iixii jiArniE.-intp itiiiniinir 11m mru i
I known ior six jears jnu-i, ... no cuon u
i-. ,. tn'iHiOi it .until, bv reason of
leen made to push it
sniv riorto anything vet
met .nn. rrinH ii s m i n t.iwfi 11 cwl in I
:.. ' - tr'. ll ,'v: ,
it iiuiriii-inni as in a jiwv jim iiiuc,
ami it will do twice the work.
It will sew finer and heavier goods than
anv machine in the market.
It has all the power of a large Sin rer, .
whne it runs as light and quiet as the A il-
cox & Giblis.
There is no machine in the market that
; will dare go on trial with it.
It make the lot k stitch alike on Ixith
side. II. W. Steadman & Co., General
! Agents, No. 0 Pixtli streei, Pittsburgh.
Vatf.b. YtHTt Houses. During the
1 heated term, horses while at work, should
; lie watered- very frequently say every
! hour or two. Many go into the fields with
; teams early in the "day and never think of
watering until dinner time. This is the
T. Mitt. aad alurtther
wrbfiir. Irequtisitm-ftlenBi tWy will
!a ni"re irtuiv, hiana muui inorr. auu
a. a 1 1 1. 1
' far. '!'' ',n V(,,T nmtcx. A copious
r1 l"'"""u c., tut r'" '
bh s either man or lieat to endure a much
higher temperature than they post-pily.
could where there is a lack of surface
moisture. Besides, where work horses ari
i watered often there need be no fear of t lit if I
. , , i . r . r . i T
A Tritninr rfiin anJ li;i:l Ktorm rtoccswl
4 r n nnMlrtn rC l.to WM,, 1.. C I
i unlav in the afternoon, cansinp eonsidera- J
' ble destruction of sropertv The rtorm
arppa to have extended from Lnzcrnc j
i township, on the Mononpahela river, to 1
' Py,e al's- in Stewart township. We nn-1
! dorstand tlaut tlie dwelling: laouse of Sheriff ,
j M.avnaore. hiiinik.3n Ltzerne town-;
Pdiip. suffen-d by the storm by destroying
' ,lic roof 'l fivo windows on the east side! j
4 A building tn the eovirse of erection near
' I'piit Jliddletown, lielonging to Mr. K. I
! Jf - ITltJ ?JU
.... ...'ni. uu.i. faic i.e. 7.- :
... ......... r....x m-i '"I"..;.
The cirn fields and roads were badly wash-
Tbe -fats Wine nearly !
rii nnd ready to cut, are not murh injur- j
cd. tliouirh the liaryestinir will I niucll
A -AF.W KACI.ROAn JIOVEMEST. Un I
Tuemlav iiiornini; last the enirineere heffan )
survey of a branch road from Bedford
(from the north end of Uiecut below town)
up the Dunninir's creek in the direction of
-Mt-n.ee f uap. i ue worn is 10 dc pusnea j
forward with all possible speed to an early I
"'mI?ion.M H 8 th u'iehborhood of j
, .-"i. v iairviiie. a uisrance oi xen or twelve inecuvcrousi inrus, uiru uitmuo un
; miles. This will make an important feeder robin, are prohibited to be shot at any
! to our present mad as it will own nn a i time, and it is illegal to robthenert of wild
uistrut of ctmntry
almost every foot or
prosiective connection at McKee's Gan i
i. -r tl,. l.nno- nirl . . uu iat uua.it ii
I H LIII Ii IS llllthfr tjail ! It h aft tiriA .K.lfw if!
"is now filled withii'i1! -fil iron ore. inost of, line
v. i x- w " u i in u iiniouity ne at once ie- Juni
. .I.WII.U "j iKtiMtra iuiii mi t ii ins
will make a new route to AlUMlna and tha ' Tra. blinds, anares Scc, are entirely
West. The completion of this portion i prohitMted.
will depend largely upon the amount of j rowession of Cb or game out of season
local encouragement that is pirtn jt ;g remdent to convict tbe ' V&nx, even if
bail this as the first ot a neries of branch ' Uiev were purtbased. , r" ,
mtuls, which will rapidly develip otir im- f Tb putaltics tary fttiti 3 ts ".OL
mense TnitirTal! rrsmireei' Ttill nthei One half Of the finCjncs to the lnform
parties interested in Cumberland Valley j er, and any one convi-ted and refaaing to
make a vigorous effort to have tbe next pay the fine poes to jail for ten days. . ,
road in that direction? Btdford JnqvirrrJ ' i
Mrs. Charlotte Mostoller died the Cth
Her life afT.n-ds Isut little ncopeCir narra- j
tive, powineon in a snvxith, equable tenor
tlirmi!rli o cunty to tlie ciosinir scene. It
I did, however, illustrate the great truth
; that all can do good that cverv one can,
at leat, set a pd cxanij.le. Ylcr itiety
was deep and anient A it was the Hiring
of her actions, iie reward wag the object
! of all Lt-r liop. Often under a clound
ana strange in is, sue etui cnacavorea to :
1 useful. In her sudden and unexpected ;
death a larrc ikunily has lost a devoted 1
UKither; the chrititian community a stood
memlier. Ai tenJcmes was one of the
principal qualities of her heart, bo faithful
ness, wa one of the brightest -virtue of
her lilt-. She was faithful in all the rela
tions of life, faithful as a wife, a mother, a
neigBln, B friend and a Christian. Site I
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"Sweet Is the tboagtit, tbe promise sweet.
That friends. Log serer'd frlenda, shbii meet;
TsaU kmdrad soala. en earth dleyutn'4.
Shall meet (rota earthly dross renn'd.
Their mortal care tad sorrow s e er.
And mingle hearts to part no more.'
One half the jtonple cannot take Can-
!! fil fmni lt tfiriliV nanar-ntinir lnu.
; auu m mc tuiwk mc vw.
prepared tiy lit. ntcher Is purely ye eta
ble, perfectly harmless, pleasant tn take,
and more tfroctive- than Castor Oil. It
does not distress w pripe. but reptilatcs the
system, and ojertes when all other reme
dies have Culed. It acta like made lor
Stomach Ache. Constipation. Flatulency,
Croup and Worms. It contains neither
Minerals, Morphine nor Alcohol. Its
soothinfc, quieting effect, produces natural
sleep, and particularly adapts it to crying
and tec-thing children. So article has
ever met such unqualified endorsement by
the rhrsicians. Take no more Bitter Pills,
Narcotic Syrups. Griping Purgatives or
Sickening oils. The Castoria costs but 35
cents, and when once tried you will never
I without it.
Du.icatk CiiF.ATfKtB. This is the
tdiraso arrlied bv His Blackness, the Moor
of Venice, to the fair ladies of Italy. It
was the lovely complexion of Pesdeniona.
I such a radiant contrast to his own, that
i WOI his .heart; and south
to sav. every
1 nwin of discernment considers a fair skin.
j like a sweet voice. " an excellent thing in
woman." Now this is a charm which can
be acquired. There is a healthful and
'odoriferous toilet article, known every
1 where as Hagan Mnjnolia Balin, which
I literally transfigures a cloudy or sallow
J skin, suffusing the, diolored face, neck,
arms and bosom -with a soft, pearly tinge,
, ot cloccini the pores, like the
ticfcy enamels or contracting them, and
i thus t,tnictinz perspiration, like the s-
i .l,,,. ..Ulrnmiiiir nenn rat
j trincent'cosmctics, it cleanses the skin from
all impurities nd wwidcrfuliy improves
: its texture. 1 his ticcuiiaritv is panicuiar
: lv appreciated by our rural belles, who
j nA .(,., oiiiirann inil miichnei
t which country air is apt to engender, are
i .rhu.rtilir nimnrnl frriin tlli'ir fnV'S. hlilllh.
1 b tbis deUsrhtfui nreimration.
The leap year moonlight pic nic given
by the young'hulies of this place on Tues
day Bight Uf last week, was a complete
success t with the exception of the nioon
lieht. In this climate it is always too
1 00,11 J hola " ?:nuL tLe afttT
sun dow n, and the above mentioned even
ing was especially unpropitious owing to
the steady fall af rain during the whole
evening. Judge Charlev Kimmcll's laree
( Urn was w.kined na "the most suitable
, place ,nd h I)rovl to Crst , fl,r
notwithstanding the disagreeableness of
; lhc evening, theasiBcing was not interfered
whh and alI ,iaJ , at.iipiltfui tiic. The
, - 1. :
l,.nrt flt lliitt vr triii1.1 villi liart
' . -..l-jiip- ami tlt. thr-r wj-re
i lxiCBtifuriy lurlped at the table from the
! larce amount of dainties and sweet meats
furnished. Ia fact the whole affair wa
no pleaeant, aad as leap year comes onlv
once in four years, wc wouldn't object if
they would try it apiin. Let us say here
that the neglect of the moon to make hs
appearence was fully nude up Lv living
the rrotinds ami Iwrn lieautifullv iBunina-
U-d Willi C hinese lanterns.
CAr?icLs Calamity. The man who
lineers along the ways of life full of aches
and luiins. his breaA with Grins sliichea.
liis right side dull and heavy, his heart
famni the blood like a projectile through
the arteries ami veins, with occasional spit-
ting of blood, with too much tspectora-
tion of mucus, aching ins in the back
ease trom tlie system ana restorva iicaiut.
x . - . .
or. geyser 8 xung cure is me emir 01
, is AnrAVIH
I .It.a.M. n.A a-.nn
thorc enumerated aliove; even in the last
it has arrested the disease, and re
stored the suffering invalid to lieallh and
1 renewed life. $1 50 per bottle, or4hot
i tics for $3, al 107 Liberty street, Pitts-
Kl,vser g o(Kfie Uck of lhe fiJori.,
- - ; , . fm 3 unti,
!0 p. at., every day except Sunday and
Tuesday. . -
TnE Gmxn Forest City Cintx. It
i with unaffected pleasure that we hail
the anticipated advent of this highly tal
ented company into our mid.-, r 't glean
from our erthatfges' notices of the higheat
commendation, speaking in glowing and
thrilling words of the graceful, astound
ing and wonderful performances of the ac
complished artists attached to tiiis firens.
Mr. Levi J. Noxh, tlie prcal and oldest
equestrian in the country, is with tt, a&d
to see him ride is worth double the money
charged for adniiw-hin.. Mr. North visited
Eurojie srime ryaur ago, and while there
was awarded the palm for proficiency and
excellency ai a .equestrian by the crown
ed hd jud nobility of England, France
and other countries.
W. T"j sVTiaar isUsrt dif4iairuicd
not ontv as Tt 1 rrm ft and jester,- but us a
darinp and astoundinp rider.
? I'rot Riuhards. thu Mnn-Tb.Iis. with
out doubt, a wonderful wonder. We can
not mnreivs or iumfrlne liow he tin live
tinder water witlrmrt axthlchl means of at
! ruosnheric air to supidy nature, but he
iAm tt tnii if v.iti iTon't Tiflipve it ?0 and
kin, n n .1 w-rxn ill 1 ,n mnrinVut
Ve Lave not room to say more of the
other artists of the compeny, only that
they rank first in the profession; and, we
advisa rety fto.who wudipi'tO seethe
preatrf rWer k known 'to the'wnrld, Mr.
Levi J. North, and tlie performances of a
s.lendid comjiany, to fro day and night
and witness the .exhibition of the Grand
Forest C ity X3rt us on tlae 27th- inU Ixxik
at advertLslnf: column.
To Spoiitsmes.-As there are many in-
ninriM ic trt tl.o rinntrr tim. lrt mtoor
" . " -
jumf.ifciat anTtrrvsna itnetnnfw vet iiiem-
.iVM :nto iliilieultv tlirotiL'h isrnoranoe of
fmm ,,, lst (lf s.-ntemlr nntil the 31t of i
r:rraiu w t.lnuata n lirslii.t from '
lliC lst (lf AuKt ,0 the nh of Deem- j
i-annnj-s van muj urminiuiiur
1st Ol AUlHISl Ml Hie lllll tlay OI AH--l'Ill-t
Wild turkevs ain be liuntc-d from the 1st
of October to the lst of January.
Squirrels and rabbits may be shot Irian
iu lai o jjutus u tue vi juiiuary.
Woodcocks frtdu' the 4th of July to the
15th of Xovembcr.
birds ot all kinds. I
1 nut can tic iimtii iur wun irnot anu
only during the month of April, May,
t and Julv.
Sunday shuf.tinsor hunt in ii is prohibited
under a heavy penalty.
On tbe nljrht of the 5th inst, a railroad
employee at Connellsyille, by name of
an x irpiuia rcnei, narrowiy
i-vi a, iiauer ot mo junto ivneu lan
tern, fr taking unwarranted liberty with
a daughter of George Johnston.' "
Wm. piikfl received an appointment at
tbe county jail for making a slight mltake
with rcsaxd to the owncn-hiD of a uuantitr
of. Iea4 atl;ter!on Station, j
The nouiination lA Greeley creates no
enthusiasm in our democratic neijrhbor-
h1. the "notinctment fell with !
m l.ur 11....I ..n stif.tr rr I
fvy tuud on tlltir
Messra. D. W. Dull and II. C. ?ipe at
tended the Baltimore Convention as ppec
tators. They think Greeley will make a
gtrone fleht, and tliat a majority of yotes
for Grant is tlie only thing that will pre
vent his election.
But one Democrat from Union town at
tended the Baltimore Comtntion. Won
der who will wield the political Wh to
whip the malcontents into tine to elo bat
tle for honest Horace.
Some rattlesnakes came down from the
mountain and amused themselves by bit
ing our neighbors' logs. '. J
Struck by Liohtsiko. During the
prevalence of the storm that passed over
the southern portion of our county on the
afternoon of the 3d inst, the house of
Pro! H. P. Williams, near Cherry Grove,
was struck by light nirg. Tho bolt struck
the chimney and, threw the brick in every
direction. It then passed down U hind the
weather boarding to the cellar. The rain
waa pouring down at the time, which hap
p3y weventod the house from being con
sumed. Mr Williams and four children
were in the house at the time, and were
all more or less stunned. Two trees stand
ing ia thejr&rd were also struck. A team
of horses, was standing near by, but was
ttoinjured. The house was not insured
J bad no lightning rods. btdford. Co.
; - - cwxacsu'ATio.
' Ou Friday la.i, July IStli, Dislric De
tity Grand "Maler John II. Chi insiihitcd
I rsina Lodge, No. I. O. O. F. He
was assisted by the following memlK-rs of
the Order as" ncting Grand Officers, viz :
Grand Marshal Dr. W. A. Garni.-iii, of
Berlin Lodge, So. 401; Grand Warden
Harry Rishcberger, of Hiawatha Lodge,
No. 444; Grand Secretary John W. Pat
ton, of Somerset Lodge, No. 4:58; Grand
Treasurer Jacob J. Zorn, of Berlin Lodge,
No. 401; Grand Guard J. O. Gardill, of
Berlin Lodge,-No. 401; Grand Sentinel
Wm. Gilbert, of Somerset Lodge, No. 4.'K
Officers elect of the new Lodge : N. G.
Dr. W. S. Harrah; V. G. W. I. Jones;
Sccrctarv N. B. Licliliter; Assistant Sec
retary I. J. .Miller; Treasurer Samuel
Minder; P. G Samuel Thompson.
Over one hundred members of the Or
der witnessed the organization of this
ljoUge. 1 hC (leietmtion from JJerlm JXHlfre
was accompanied by Prof. A- llcfiley's
Berlin Cornet Band, who very much en
livened the occasion by their excellent mu
sic a pleasure to the ruemliers of the Or
der and delight to the very kind and hos
pitable citizens of Ursina.
Quite a number of the Odd Fellows
were accompanied by their wives, and the
number of priests who rtook of the first
meal set up by the Icsk-c of the new hotel
cmed by our former worthy citizen, Mr.
John II. Benford, no doubt, very much
encouraged lnith the proprietor and the
gentlemanly landlord, Mr. Uush. If sub
stantials and delicacies are as varied nnd
well served generally as on this occasion,
no one will ever regret stopping al the
new hotel or realizing that L'rsiua is now
up to the standard in alTordin? comforta
ble accommodation to the traveling puh-
It was indeed a gTand success. The cit
izens of the vilhige and vicinity met the
day previous to the 4th toarrangc seats and
a stand in the prove; Wats were erected
for a great nuuilr of persons and the
stand was decorated gorgeously with ev
ergreens and flowers. The L'nion Sundnr
School of C'aelninn, the Laurel Sunday
School from Milford and the Mt. l'nion
Sunday Sc-hool from Mt. Union, Upper
I Turkey f.ait township, lieaidcs a l irge uum
i licr of scholars trom other schools were in
attendance. The Declaration of Inde-
pendence was real and several eloquent '
speeches were made by centlemen present.
A large table filled with sweetmeats and
delicacies was provided for the occasion
and the young people had their craving
appetites appeased by being liountifully
helH-d. Ia fact it was a joyous occasion
and one long to le remcmliered by tlie
youth and beauty of Cassclm.in and the
' ST.n:r Jr..
ENGELBACH KIERNAN. On July
16th, near Jennenrille. by Kev. ii. Chap
pell, George IL Engclhach, of Cambria
county, to Mis Emma Ki.-rn.in, of Som
erset county, Pa.
WILLIAMS KELLER On May Mth,
by A. Evans, Esq., NithoLiS 'illiama
to Caroline Keller, both of Somerset Co.
BASH On the 4th inst. Mr. J. P. Bash,
aged 19 years, 4 months and 1? days.
JENNINGS. On June 24th, 1?T2, Thos.
Jennings, of Lower Turkey foot town
ship, aged CI years, 5 months and 19
lfv virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Somerset County, to me directed, there will lex- i
jiosed to public sale In the town of tiarrett. (
On SATTKDA T, AUGUST ITth, A. . lhTi j
At one o'elork In the afternoon, the following real 1
estate, late the property of Ellas tl Camp, dec"d :
A lot of rmund situated In the town of Garrett,
frrtT feetbrnne hundred ahd twentv fceu ada'in- i
lua- lots of Frank Kn and others, havtuc tliercon t
erected a two-story dwelling house. i
" t .' ' Tnie:
Ten per cent, to be paid as soon as tho propertr
Is knocked down, and lalance on orii.'inn:itii of
sale. SAM I EL B. CAM P.
July 27. Administrator.
SALE OF REAL
Bv virtue of an order issue! out of the nn.hnns'
Court of Somerset County, to the undersiirncd di
rected, there will ! cxjioted to puhlic sale, on tlie
(In SATUKDA Y, the ITth day of ACGVST, 1T2,
At 2 oInrk T. the following .lescrlhct real es
tates late the prorty of Henry Beta dee d, to wit :
Acertaia tract of land situate' lo Jcnntrtownshin.
S.imerset C-oumy. pa.. a.l)..ininir ln.ls of .I..hn tr.
Walter. Abraham Kit-serker. Brninmin Kline. Ell
as Heiple, Gillian 'Walter, and others. eontainlns;
167 acres and 6C perches, strict measure: about 140
acres clear, and atwut 25 acres in -ood mca.lw:
with two dwelling-house, a losr barn, and other
out-hnll.llntrs thereon erected : tlicre is alsf.a g-ood
suirar orchard, wiib tn. dale. (tc.. In-.. htii
the prcml-es: also, two apnte orchards rf choice
fruit, and other varieties of fruit.
rine-4hird to remain
a lien upon
the land, the interest thereon to 1m 1.2 j.l nnntllv
to the widow of said deceased during her liictiinc. I
sthi arter ner death, the principal sum lo the bcirs
of said deceased: and the balance in three Kjnsl
annual pa vments without Interest, to be secured hv
lndsrmerit bonds. Possession will he given on Mon
day the 23d ScptcmlieT. a. p. 172. Twcntv per
eent. of the hand raoncv tnut he taM on the dav
of sale. JOHN HIES ICR Eli.
PMIXISTRATOR S NOTICE.
rotate oi iavM KrUL'h. l.tteof S-nvr? B- r .n'h.
ZZ" J" "!.' Lfrn?.r.,.al.?
hereby riven to those Indebted to It to make Imme-
,,m, lyment. and the havlns clnlms asalnst it.
Nirouirh Somer-. on Fridav. thezvi dvof Au-
H iLPERB T'M.
0MERSET COUNTY, p.
At an Orphans' Court held at Somerset on tbe
Mth dav of June. l7'i In the matter of the ab
errant of Janh Ocrhanl. . administrator of
John Whipkev. deceassed. On motl.i of 1 1. T.
Scbell. ej the Court appoint J. O. Kisnrocl. ei
ndMer V. snake aa-l report a 4istribiitki of the
f'Tid In the nanfls of tlie adminlstrai.. of John
Whinkey. deceased, to and mn( those leisailv est.
titled thereto. Fvtrsct from the record. ccniSed
thi2.tn June. 1T2.
In norma noe r tbe above appointment. I wfll
attend at mv office, in S.iier?et Uwniurh. tin Fri
day, tse ST1 day of August. lTi. to the duties
above erikiiocl. J. O. KIM.MKL.
PIIILEIPII A Co.,
Are now prepared to do all kinds of pi.inlng and
' ' WEATHERBOABBIN&,
n 4 OTT i XT TtAAtin
JllAiMl AJNJJ lOUJs.
-Mo aM teFiM,
Or anything used in building. We are also pre
pared to saw
And any thing in that line of business.
A 11 kinds of work done to order.
Order promptly filled.
ZL FALL h PUnXIPPI,
Casaclman, Somerset co., Pa., July 27, M72.
nnt rf 4lta ii ii
"in. " 'i I u w 4lt L'l a
WELLS' CA2S0LIC TAELST3
For COUGHS, COLDS & HOARSENESS.
Thrw Tcblrtt f-rrspnt the Add inl'onihicatimi
with uUwrrrtV-luil reudiS in a palufna. I
thectireot nil Throol mid Krniir liar. H'ire
eu mvl t h-crali'U at tbn Thruat are ilunirli;.lv
lr rrlieT1. U'I rtatrmrnl" r" nmstantlr Iv-iiiif
M-nt In tha pruprl6l "f rrliti la cjii'l Tliroat
il)tfl-ulltc vf Tears sundtiur.
tuti.i. lnnt t droHTeJ tT wTtlilei iniila
tl'. iM only Wells' Carllle TaMets. 1'rire
per lx. Seii'I for circular.
juhn q. Kiihux), ipuu st n. y.
Subs aitem fur Ibe V. S.
aa4k A Ml iNTH easily uala oils Su-nrll
pV,n.I Kej-'herkKics. Seeo re circular
aod Sampks Frrt. S. M. Spem-r, Mraltlelmro VL
FREE TO BOOK AGEXTS.
Wi will wnU a bamlsome frosueivf ttt oar St a
Tllmitratri f iiy bM. oontainiDir nearly ioo tins
STlpture Illunratl.w t any H-vi Agent, tr nf
rharue. AldreM NiTKiat l'l'SUKUlM) '..
I'litU.ielplila. la. - . . '
" MY JCLLY TeIEKD'S SECELT,
Iio l,kirm' new and (rntot work 1 an ltnmenPi
rniwif. l:h ihouMod hi pre. AcH 4-Iilit-
ed aad eolnina nvmev. Af. hTS AMr.I) ev
eryKbrre. t)K.". M 'IEA N. PuhUH-r.
Tna Saawna Sc. flitlak-lihia.
Rare Chance for Agents.
AOEXTS. we will jay jwo Wper week la r?h,
If you enaee with its al i-dcc. trerj-thlng larui.-h-e4
auU ciiMie laid. Address
F. A. H.l.S h. CU, CaarWite, Mich.
'IHIS IS NO HIMBt'OI OC
1 ltyea.ltnpD CENTS,
wh aa-e, heiarliU color of eye and hair, you wlU
receive ly reiuni mail, correct jilcture ot your In
ture timifnuid or wife, with name ami date of Mar
riage. Address W. FOX, P. O. Drawer, No 31, Ful
touiille, N. Y
AtrenbSof UOK A EKEtI.KY. A ww
Tribune. Ali. tlie Life and Tunca of V. S. I
GR ANT. ! Hon. J. T. Hftultry: and our ls-72
CA.Vl'ildM MANt'Al. lor all iMrtjaa, mM out.
T!. U". One a-entfol l Win thrdaya. Sj l- n
Uie Slo-I portrait" of Oreelcy, also pi Grant. i-'.M
a month tuade selllnir the aUm. .
K. O. TKfcAT, l uMUhcr, Sui lirwk!wsy,X Y.
AGTnTsT"AGENTS ! AGENTS I
' Send for descriptive circular and special terms for
j thea-reaW-ncainiwiFni U vuiiliilicd,
mubiciiiiii s ncpiiuubdiui in mi iw
OwinK tothe urtrM-iii ivlitical rxciuuicnu will ell
f.T tlie next six wetba like wild fire. Ithe tnt
reliable lu In the market. J. M. SToIillAliT
k CO.. Publisher!, 733 bama.ni St., Philadelphia.
Ait irmrnf Un Airpnta Vuntl to Bfll iipv
bf-auti(ullv"iliostrtl tuiiiw-ript. litioti ol oiw
f th rt4ie Kn In literature, of tcorid tr4e
f-i mn nil uraaainn em-Hetlcr . j
A n Jen.li.1 ortavo.
over WO paire, eroam tintej 1
n?. only Vs A marvel of ,
f wealth! It I' the m rarv. 1
clit uruee! A mine of
Ktpular. hamlaoiuc ami cheap book extant, and will
..uiKell all other. Kor tenua. a-ldre HniBAisD
liiuM.. I'ulill'hen., T! Kanaom SL. Philadelphia.
i.in.w.i.n.iii.ii l 1 a ai
It i n a phvaie whleii mv aive tempore
lief to the rnlierer fir the 6nt lew doe. I.utwbi4i
from ottnned u t.rtic I'ile an t kindre l dhv
1 ttuvt to aid in weakening- the Invalid, nor L U a
I doctored liuoor, wlitrh. under the popular name of j
I 4.UOm ' lm ...vlMtrin,!, n.lnu.1 ..if ha ,.,,V,
lie a; sovereljrn reme.ilrf.Vut it if a mof ponvrul 1
Tonicaai Altcralivt. tironnuKd sohv theleaulnK i
medical authorilira of Iioo and Pan, and lul
been .ir ed ly the rea-uiar pby--laim ol oiher
cuutn- wtfh wonderful reme.lif renlr.
BE. ffllLJ- EXTRAET 8f IMBIi
retain! all the mwlical virtues p,uliar lo implant
and must 1 taken as a permanent rum tire aic-nt. i
It thert teant of action ia your Linraad Slrrnl
TiiU relieved at once, the Mr1 heime!i impure j
l.y deietereoua ecretHis. produeiiur arroful..us or
fkin iliKiMi, Biotcbea, 'clon, Puoiultr, Canker.
I'lmplf. c . fcc. I
Take Jl Rl'BKBA to cleanse, purify and restore !
the vitiated blood to heallliy action.
Hart you c Vyprptic Stomach t VnlcM diijes
tion if .rvnptly aided, the aypiem la dehiliiuted
with hi of vital fme. poverty of the Blood. Iirop
ekal TendencT. Irene ral weaknefp or IjttuJc.
Take it toaiiJt Dlirrstion without reactlai. It
will Impart youthful vkfor to the weary raiTercr.
Hat you Yfatitu af tkl Intettintt I Yon are
In dana-rrof ChMnle Iharrbaa, or thedreadlul In.
flammalho of the Bowilf.
Take It to allay Irritation, aad ward off Undcnry
Jiaor you weatnex of Ih I'ttrine er I'rinery
Organ I Y muM procure inetant rrlK-t or yi
are nai.ie to ninenn worse than deatn.
I Take it to atrcnrthea onranlc weaknes, or life
. become? a burden.
1 Finally, it should Tie frequently taken to keep the
j system in perfect health, or you are otherwii In
; irreat danger of malarial, miutuatie or contagious
JlH. a KEIXO(K. l Piatt St.. New York.
Sole Airmt f.a-tha United states.
Prior, fiae Iluitar per Bouic. Send for Circular.
' . - I CO
Be sure to call and see. an I be m hie-
C3 e l, as there are tm mmy articles kept f ir
! U j
ie - t
A. YV. KXLITEU.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
1 1 1
Stair Rods, &sc., &6,
A Full r.n.1 Cartfully Selected Stak.
BOVARD, TtOSE & CO.,
21 FIFTH AVEXI E,
. .m. .
June 12-"Ti -
iat Rraolntiatt Pronanln' in
J endmesit lo the 4'onmtituilouof Penn
Ht U Brmlrtd ay Bit Sraatt and Bant of Rtp
rtttutalirti of the Cammonirtalth of Pennsylva
nia in General Attemoly met. That the bdlowlng
amendment of the Constitution of this Common
wealth he proposed to the pc.ule fur their adopt ion
or reiectia. pursuant to Uie provisis of the tenth
article thereof to wit :
Strike out tbe sixth section of the sixth article
of the Constitution, and insert in liev thereof the
following;: A State Treasurer shall he choecn by
the qualified elector of the State, at such time
and for such term of service as shali I prescribed
bylaw." WLLL1AJ1 ELLIOTT,
Speaker of the House of Beirescntative.
JAMES S. BVTAX,
Sjieaker of the Senate.
A r rnovgn The twenty-second day of March,
Anno Ikiuiiul one thousand eisbt hundred and seventy-two.
JNO. W. GEAKY.
Prepared and eertified fur publication parsuant
to the Tenth Article of the Constltuti.!.
Secretary of the Commonwean h.
Office Secretary of the Commonwealth, t
ltarruburg, June-xeth, 1H7X. S Jul3
V c ,itici rtis'nt;uti.
Agents Wanted for Life and Times of ;
JAMES FISK, JR.
.fc.ranhit-r. ..f Ip w. Tsa.! rl'ilt. 0)d,
Tnwl, fcc., villi a tuiuot-Ja! aiwory of the coun
try 1. ihla.-4 tlm ir?. an-l hat Orant knew
att -Klaw-k frlly." r M."paje. frtra
f, AdiJn-iM. '
New York lilKtlC CO. 145 Xaffao SL, JW York.
KANSAS REGISTERED BONDS.
Safe an t Ppdital.le Invr?'mi Ilonds. Sonjeof
tho wcahlil.-tc.mleln KANSAS Allen. An
demai. i nnkllii. Joliiuui and Luu(laoaiitlea.
Hellrvcl iv the State of kansaa. lntcrert and
pda paid by thcSute Treaeurer. Tb Iluodi
mt 7 ir cent, intcrect, ami are over three year
old. the yi.n. hariiiir been alwayn rea-ulariy and
pnnui'tlr iiil.; Kr cUli.-lK an-l infcrmntKa ad
.1 r. S A M I. A . i A 1 1 ' l: 1 ' ., r.i V ll St.,
Now York City.
NO MORE RUBBING!
m v oseor '
STONE'S FOUNTAIN WASHERS.
lieuill I'rirr. 1 So. STONF. It FUKI',033 Arrb
St, Fhilodc-ljihia. Send for CircuUir.
For any ca?e of Blind, BleeIIntr.
uvv itchtni; or L hxrateu i'lU-a Uut
litlhMj s I'n.K Remekv failr to cure. It U ure
pirwJ exjirwly to cure the Piles, and nothing i-e,
ZrAd by all uruigUls. Price 1.
"When the !.! rushes with mrkct-llke viot-nce
totlie head. cauKing but llufhca, vertlfro and dim
nes of sijrht. It i a certain !ixn that a mild. alu-
j iriou, i
eiwllna: and eiuaiuin: laxative ir rfuireu.
eraxt trriuiviM kt suniii artiu-Ih-
at once reported to.
I SOLD BY ALA. HKLGGISTS.
A GENTS WANTED A pen ts
I J aiake nh-re money at work f r us than at
;ai;thiz)tf tl?o. Uiisin. liirht and permanent.
! Farttcular? free. O. STINS . CO., Fine. Alt
j l'utlLlicr. 1'ortLin.l, Maine.
i TT I'IANOn. N. Y.
iO NO AG EN TS. Cln
Jar tree. S-290
1 - ...-.- .
-vnii iii t mk- art .rvru
ijn. whi' h impair vitality r)illve an-l
eleetrleitv iin.f that life la evolved
unhm efl t wf ttw intluenee of fish
hoFT.horic diet moh'rn treatment of pelvic
illeeaMHV itri.4ure and varioieele, awl arrest of de-
!, 1 ,'r'nii'inn u mvnv 1 m i iif.fii.
AvHiine, X. V. : 64 paicc. eentJ.
Kvcry line fn.m the pen of ir. IMxm ir of (Treat
valua to the a bole t uman ro" llorart Gmtlei.
REAT MKPICAL V.iK uf neful knowV
I e.l.'e lo till. Sent free I.t aVonamj. Addreaa
UK. IHJS ATAIiTE il'O., ein. iunali. Oldu.
Now at w..rk. or Vin
f.ir ft.me new book, will
niic It il (hey do not at once write lor eircufcvrs of
the ln-ft soilijiif t.-k i
lu luct-taents onereL Prout ct'TC than d.ahla I
nionev. OutUt fret. A l lrL-.-i, V. -M. ilcut, J
Eolith street. New York.
FOR GOODSPEED S
tVEKYCITlZtX WANTS IT.
AIv f..r rampaiirn t ls. A!draa, OOOD
SPKKUS EIPIHK M. RUSHIM1 IHH'SE.
107 Ulxrty street. New York: or, Cincinnati. O.
AiETH WASTED-forthe Lives of
Grant ! Greeley !
And tlie tcaitlny men of all panic?. Over 0 Steel
Portraits. Jul the Inok wanted by the snasses'
evervwlierc. Ants meet with w..lcrful ruoceu.
Sen.1 forCirn'drnnd sture territorr at eoce. Ad
ores. ZIKULKli a. Jl'Cl "IilY, 413 Arch sueet. j
I'hllain-lpbia, i n. j
KENNEDY'S HEMLOCK OINTMENT.
The tiroprletr r has. bv the assist
ance of Ijuineut Physicians and ;
Chemists sueevcied in utilities: the
nil. Pitch and Krtin uf the Hem-1
lock Tree, and obtained a valuable !
preja ration to he appliek asa Salve
or Plaster Sir Iiheumatlsm. Croup.
Pain or Sorene's of the Back. Chet
t.r ,....ti I'IImi s:1 Uh..m
S.?urw. Sores. I "loer. Bunions. Sore '
Corns. Fruat-Biles, Chillilains. S
Breast and Nilples. Kiturwomu,
Chahnz and Skin Diseases of In
Haiuiuatirv nature. ( HAS. A.
tliilUluX, Ai!Cnt,T Sixth Ave.. New Y'ork.
FIIaST rttEMUM A3I.11ST 1S71.
T.iMe Elevate! Oven. Vanning Cloot. Broiling
Ii-jor. Fender rii irl. Iiuniping & Shaking Urate.
Direct Priff.' TTTXTTt. TVAKKL.N k"CO
VVaur Sawt, Nw Yxic.
s: i f i n 1 1
MiTANKIN( HOUSE OF
I j James T. Brady & Co.,
cm of Rani Arans ssi Wai street.
tVE Bt'Y" AND SELI.
GOLD, SL VERS COUPONS
On Liberal Terms.
Six per Cent. Iuterest oa Deposit.
A VOVXTS OF MEECHAXTS AXD
James T. Brady & Co.
This Instrument I ejeciaTly destined for ILe
perfect application of
OR. SACE'8 CATARRH REMEDY.
It is tbe only form cf Instrument yet rnvcBtcd
with which fluid medicine can be carried high trp
nnd flUrjM nnnHiti tn ail nnrt.nl IIim a f-'m. , ... I -
sal passages, and the c bam hers or cavitle com-
municating therewith, in which fore and Blcers
frequently exist, and from which the catarrhal dit-
I eaarm generally proceeds. The want of success
i in treating Catarrh heretofore has arisen iarcehr
! from tbe 5
: Impossibility of applying remedie to
these cavities and chamber by any of the ordi
nary methods. This obstacle in the way of ef
fecting cure U entirely overcome by the invention
af the Douche. Inusintrthis instrument, the FlttM
is carried By its ewo weight (no sjirsW loeOBM er
nmhi being reouiredj np one noftni ta a fall
cently flowing stream lotbe highest portion of tha
uasal passage, passe into and tboroughlycleacs
es aH the tubes and chambers connected themiih
j tnd flows out ol theoppotittnottrU. It use t plcas
,n" ant, and so simple that a child can understand
lit. tun ana explicit direction ne-
company each instrument. When (wed with this
j instrument. Dr. bsfe's Catarrh Remedy earn re
1 cent attacks of "Cold in tlie Head" by
a few application.
Kymptomanf Catarrh. Frcqnent hcad
! ache, discharge falling luto throat, tometimea pro-
fuse, watery, thick, mucus, purulent, offensive, aVc.
In others a drynese, drv, waterr, weak or inflamed
j eyes, stopping up or obstruction of nasal passage.
ringing to ears, deafness, hawking and coughing
. to clear throat, ulcerations, scab from nicer,
1 eoica allj.M.ni mul Ivtmt ftSfonaliM ' .
aired or total deprivation of senso of smell and
taste, dizziness, mental depression, loss of appe
tite, indigestion, enlarged tonsils, tickling cough,
c. Only a few of these symptoms an fiktjj to
j present in any ease at one time.
Dr. Boare'a Catarrh Resneir. waea
ised with Dr. Pierre' Nasal Doatae,
sad aceomnanied with the constitutional treat
ment winch i recommended tn the pamphlet
that wrap each bottle of the Remedy, 1 a per.
feet specinc for thin loathsome disrate, and the
proprietor offers, in good (kith, S600 reward
for a case he can not cure. The Remedy la mild
and pleasant to ue,ciatain ing no strong or caustic
drnn or poisons. The Catarrh Remedy is sold at
SO cents. Douche st 60 cents, hj mil Draw.
gists, or either wiil be mailed by proprietor oa
receipt of SO cent. It. V. PIEHCC. Sis D
Sole rroprietorBVFFALO, N. TC.anf mm
This Cut ii!tntei the Banner ef Ucin; j. f I
. DR. PIERCE'S -J j
Fountain Xasal Injector, -i ,j
Nt ie AdrvrliiH'ineiiU.
ltv virtue of a writ of t'uri Fmfirt LrJ tail iJ
the Court of Common Ptaa of Sfwnv t crnty,
and til me directed, thcra will he exfmd to ml hv
public outcry, at the li.ua llour, hi the twouan
of Somerset, on Saturday the day of Auuxt,
H74 at 1 o'elork r. M.:
All the riirht, title, lnlcrrt an-l claim of Mary
A. Morriiion aad Samael Mftmnai. oC In aod lo
tlie follow iqk dv-r'txd real estate, vli :
Four () certain loti of auod situau In t'nlna
BoroUKb. Soaaeraet county. Pa., ami knows on the
K.neral plan af aald town a Vt mum. Lit and 4
o bbick l. fmntlna: on Park nreet, and eitenolna;
bai k to dar alley ooa bundre.1 and aily (liw)
fcet, with atwo-atory Irame tavern-noa. tenant
bxias. (tabl a I1 other nut-buildinaatliere.
d, beinx the same prucerty known al tlie -JamJ-ton"
or "Ruh"' Uvern anl.
Selte.1 and taken in execud' aj. the property of
Mary A. Morriwm and Samuel MorriHoo, at Ibe
suit of .Tame Morrion.
Sherill"Olfl.-e, ( JOStAH SHAFER.
1'ithJuly Tit. Sheriff.
PHfSIDEXTIAIa CMMIMItiX. !
CAPS. CAPES AND TORCHES, J
Send lor ILLt'STK ATF.D CIECVLAK A I
CUNNINGHAM & HILL,
NO. 34 CI1 L tl H STK EET, P H IL A DELPH I A.
Grant &. Wilson
Greeley it Brown,
VSrtkfL V CAMPAIGN
Capes and Torrlics
TIM Nsr A R EM I ES A.M BAEKS,
Whh Portraitr or any device for all parties.
Silk. Unnthts aad Miulin Flaa-n of allrizet on ,
band or maIa to order, t'hlnev Lantern of all
files and mvlen : Haider Balma.
WM. P. SCHEIBLirS
South Third Street Philadelphia.
SEND FOE CIKCT XAR.
July W, '72.
ritIT OF rAIlTITIO.V.-
To I.ydia Hhftetlcr. (widow.) Catharine. Inter
married with Solomon Beat, reidln hi Somer
set county. Pa., Catharine, woo la alao dead,
leaving nine ehildn'n rf.fi.Unjr at Areola. Doug--lau
nntT. 1 Hi now. Snaan. Intennarrtel with
Jet.'r Shulu. of Mfnoqulnonr. LaraAe coun
ty, Indiana. William, redding in Somerset coun
ty. la., Barbara, intennarriol with l'eter M.
Sayiur, resnlir.g In Somerset c ontr. Pa., Ievl,
mhlinK lo .Mimc;iUinonr. Laifranire tn.. India
na. Lydla, intennarrieU with Joel M. Yuuy. re-idina-
In Smert c.anlv. Pa.. Mary, intermar
ried with Lrael (Jlotfetyof AllcehenT county.
Mil . P I) Klklirk. Soiaerwet muntv. Va I'ri.
a.. the petitioner. Somerset cmnty. Pv
residiniin Somerset eonntr. Fa Elltaheth. hv
tencarried with jceph shuitx. reDidinn in s..n-
roprentative of Samuel H.eimeur. late of
Oreenvllle townahlp, Someraet county, J-a, de-
T.tiiXfinrt. that by vtrnerfawTft of partition 1.
I or valuation, fcwiw-1 outortha H'hans' Court r.f
Somerset county, J'a.. and to me directed. I will
hold an Inquen. on the pretniw. te (Ireenv lie, ,
t..wnhiD. eountv and state af"reaid. on '
t hurMay. j
thesth day of Anirurt, l7iforthe pnirweof ma-
kinc partlli'ti of the real estate of the deceawd, to I
an d auvoit his heirs and leiral representatives. If :
Z ttZZtfX2Z Eme i
aj.plinjr to law; at which time and place yon are ,
renuested tn attend.
ed tn attend, if you think proper. i
I JusiAft shafer. ,
, . . , i , . - . . l .r ,
u., , i
vriirTimv yoTif r t .
J-.tn testamentarv oa the estate of Solomon
tin tltr. lateof Una hersvallcT T,.wnshln. Jw'il .
havina lieeii rrante.1 to tlie andersiirned by the ;
pnir authoritv. tlue imleMed to it are notified
to make immediate payment, ami those having
claims air inst It will present them to us for settle- I
merit and allowance, at the late residence of the j
i i c.t.t..,Uh4j...r a . , . i !
urn uvi n. . ... i u i i . . mr n, un, . r u r-x i.a.
PKTKK BI CfJHLKY,
l.ZUA S. KtRKl.tY.
June 1 tlzecutnrs.
THTSICms PRESCRIBE IT.
in 'ai urmliTvl !
seases, I.iver Cvutplaint and aU diseases '
iof the Blood.
C::S BOTTLE cfSCSASALiS
wilt do more good than ten bottles of the
Syrups of Sanapanlla. j
Tha Undersigned Phvslelana therefiire give this public notice of the tact, and
i n unaersignea rnystcians hmt j wllf,pj,T toht lN.jartroPnt lt Wash
have used Kosa.!aiis U their practU Sir j tngtoB 6 tha Issue of a duplicate of lika tenor, or
tlie past three years, and free It eudtrse
it as a reliabie AUera: v and hi. Pu-'
!lR. T. C. Pro IT. of Baltimore.
Ir. T. J. BOY K IX. - .
UK. K. W. I'AKK.
I'R. P.O. IlAXNKIXY "
VU. J. S. SPARES, of XichoUsTille.
PK. J. L. M CAKTHY. CJumbU, S.
DK. A, B. NOBLES, Edgeoomb, X. C.
i USED AXD ED0KSED BY
J. F. FRENCH a SONS
F. W. SMITH. Jackson. 5IkTi.
A. F. WHEKLEK Lima, Olio.
H. HALL. Lima. Ohio.
I'KAVEN II CO.. Oonhmi ille Vs.
SAM Lll.McFilil' EX, 31 urlrecstsiru.
, Our space will n4 allow of any extend--l
remarks hi rvlata to the virtues f
lMadalis. To the Medical Profession
we guarantee a Fluid Extract superiT :
to any they have ever used la the treat-1
ment of .lL.euse.1 HliRttl; an.1 to the af. '
flicte.1 we say. try Kadalls. aaJ yon I
wiil be restored to healUu
I' R.n!is fc
S..H by all Iiroxirlsts. i
Price M SO er UUe.
DR. ( LEME5TS k CO.,
STATEMENT Of the Settlement of
... c . , . ... . ...
the Supervisor of MltforU Township, for the
year ending April 8th. 1ST2:
Anft of tax levied. J. CriebfielJ
- - - - J. Tedrow...
" - '- Wm. Baker.
u u ji. Snvdcr...
ot 4S 1
Am't of tax expended. J. Crich field...
- - J. Te.lr.iw
" " " Wm. Baker....
" " " I). Snvder
iiMJ bt J
Am't i:ue t. wn-l.Ip fr ui 1ST1
? 91 1
A A K T TtOT'SCH FR.
Attest: StIJU SXVliEK,
U. M. Bakkb. J. U B1TTXK.R.
Tp.cncrk. jul3 Tp. Audit-
CEIPTS AXD XI ENIU-
tv res of Miltorl Sch..l Histrlct. f. the
vtar ending June ls7x. Tax-rate. 4 mills on thedoi-
firm Amount of Implicate 1731 47
lied art Eximenitions 7i a
Collect, ir s commiss ons tri W HI 25
Xet amount of tax receive.!
Amount ol Stale Appropriation..
Balance on baud from last year. . .
From adjoining districts
. li70 42
174 W3 iU4 S3
Paid to 11 Teacher
for luel and eontingencic..
Balance ia hands of Treasurer t euS 04
Jso. D. Bius, PETER DITX,
julyS Secretary. President.
MOSEI.EY, METZUER A CO.,
aairrracTrBxas inMiinu of
BOOTS fc SHOES,
No. ili MARKET ST., PHILADELPHIA.
NO. 87 WOOD ST, riTTSBl UOU, PA.
July 10, "7L
StflUNEE'si NOTJCE. ,
Aiklrew Hotliday. of Lower Turkeyf.t town.
hiK havinc ma-ie a vuluntary assiguaseut fur the
benefit of rre.liO.rs. to tbe uudersia-ucd. mrtice I
hereby given to thoee indobted lo ail asiira. W
soak immediate pavuwut.and thoae having claims
against him will present them to me fr allowance,
at my residence In Addison township, o tbe 17th
day of Auuust, l7i
WILLIAM SILBAt OH.
1 HM1NISTRATOR S NOTICE. IOtter ea
tbe estate of Alexander Say lor, law ol Som
erset township, deceased, having been granted to
the undersigned, notice Is neret.y given to all
cms interested in said estate that I w
the office of Schell a
. . , i
A RTIFICIAL TEETH!!
J. . ITTZY.
DALE CITY, Somtrut Co., Pa.,
viminei. iw niunah ' i . - , -. n .Imm..1 I..
, the 17th day of August, when thoae 1.711- i ,u. entitled thereto, will meet
claims will present them h-r settlement aad .7 . IT.. c .k. ,j hi.
will nke ty..ent, 'irT J al. LfflrsV to SoWerWt o. Fridav th.
OL1 Let K Er r EK, 1 1. ..... lanuL l:l ahri ui ahtia Ihrt n
jiiijmrt. njiu,.uu... j auend if
Artificial Teeth, warranted to he of the verv best tied tberelo, hereby elves notice that he will attend
quaiiiv. Life-like and Handsome, Inserted m t he ' to tbe duties of th above appdniment oa Thure
beststvle. Particular attention paid to the pre- j day, tbe let day of Aaguat next, at hlsofnce, when
ervatii'ii of the natural teeth. Those wishing to sod where all persons interested may attend,
eunsult me by letter, can do so by enclosing stamp. I U. L. BAEU.
Address as above. jeia-7'J 1 July 10 Auditor.
SOMERSET RELIEF FUND.
COAL, IRON, FIRE-CLAY AND TIMBER
Nearly One Million Dollars
IN FIRST CLASS PROPERTY
SHARES OF TWO DOLLARS EACH.
To which is Added
A Fund of Fifty Thousand Dollars in Cash,
All to be divided amongst Shareholders as a majority may direct
at a meeting to be held on the 21th October, 1S"2.
At a nuUic niettin-' Leld at the Court House, in the Ix-roag-h of Somert,
.?uriv".w ! or Friday, the 10th day of May, a. d., 1S"2, the undersized were appoint
! ed a conmiittee to present to the public a brief Ptatement of the terrible di-
! ril a committee to nresunt to the Dub
' aster inflicted upon tLe town, bv the
aid in behalf of our sufferinir iK.-oi.le.
deavor to convcv a faint idea of the fearful calimity in as few wordi as pos
sible. About four o'clock P. M., on Thursday, ninth of May, a lire broke out
in the western part of the town ; a fierce wind was blowing at the time, and
all effort to check the flames proved futile. In les than two hoars thi
once beautiful town was laid in ahf-s. The extent of ground over which
the destructive element rajred ia about thirty atTe in the central part of the
town, including all the stores and hotel pave one of each ; all the banks
and office?, including two printing offices, all places of business except pub
lic buildings. One-third in area of the solidly built, and nearly the entire
business part of the town is in ruins, and certainly three-fourths of the
wealth of the place is utterly destroyed. The fire raced with 6uch relentless
fury that the terror-stricken "people had to flee for their lives, and consequent
ly but little of personal projerty was Favcd. Indt-ed, many escaped with
no other clothin? than that upon their person at the time. To a larjre num-
. 1. , . r t.A .... ft , . za ...nl 1..- j r.f
r " ,uc .t , v. - ' V ' - , T -
are left house lesrf and honielef. without a thiDir m the world ana dependent
I upon the public for bread. Others, upon whom the calamity is not so severe,
; ftro oT(.fttlv in need of aid ta enable them t'J take another etart in the battle
,r, . , . , ,
IOI 11IC. 1 lie 1U nil! IlUb lau Ml fuuo
-,, ,,f ,.-ill n..f otco.I
Generous public, that in the pa.st
. , - , ..U f nr w,nT1trrnl.n who hv..
ii. ij iioiii loiciktu uii.i.- uu.i iut
c.ifforo.t llt-n Hi refill ilnmit:i u-
but hopeful people FOIi AID fe L ITA TI AL AID. 1 OUT Chanties Will
confer a'lastinjr favor upon them, ami we sincerely hope that in th. exercise
r,T vonr lilrfralitv anil fenerotdtv. it will Ije lite the OUalitV of merer, "not
-. ,....",,,,, i -
strainca, rut twice oic.-.seu, oiessing-
. . . .
.Michael A. anner,
I . , ... .1 -! ..i-
Lommutee. to wnoin coiiiriouiioiis can
rLV J?C L Lli, I
tI II VflflVT' fV.T..mittc.
. . . 1 - . K f - - , .......
T . . ...... t-, V
The above arc the appeala of a sufferin? communitj, and the Wklleb-
COAL, IRON, TIMBER AND i
Somerset county, Pa., propose to dehyer to the Leber Committee all the
profits ariring from the fale of sbares.
Somerset, Pa., June 20th, ls;2.
Mr. JAMES LE FKTRE. Seax-tarr,
Dear Sir Yours of the lltbinst
received. Appreciating jour kind narards for our suuerinp people, we
eTatcfuilv accent vour tender of a uonation or s.o.uuo or more out oi tee
proceeds of the gale of vour WclliTsburfT or Somerset county landr. for the
benefit of the sufferers lv the late calamitous fire that laid ourtown in ruins
JJ order of the Relief Committee
A II. CtiFFROTU, Secretary. P. A EAP, Chairman,
Samuel W. Pearson, Esq." Somcrwt, Pa., is the authorized apent for Som-
eret COUntY Julv 10, '72.
J - "
Laud, warrant Si 19.TW. Issued to Jonathan
Berker. and a.'sirne.l to me bv his administrator,
was 4'estroTed bv fire on tbeth of May. i; I
: new warraut is the j.lac ol tn leeowpiteL
juis j. ai s-'i'J-
Uy virtue of the authority vested In me by the
I Act of Confrresa to establi-u a unituna system of
Bankruptcy, passed the 3d March, a. n. IrtT. as
: tbe a"ln:'e wi Aiariah Ilunham, Bankrupt, and
tn pursuance of a decn-e and order of tne liitrict
fuirtof tha I'aitedS-aias for tlist W.stera Lis
i trict of Pennsv hraniX there w iU 1 eiped to (b
i lie sale the following real estate of said Bankrupt,
at the following- times and places. Til :
At tbe Koss House, mint ituroujcn oi 9merset.
cunty of Somerset, on Tuesday the ZOth day of
So, L A tract of land situate in Allet-heny town
ship, containing; elzhty-sii acres, strict measure,
adjoining binds of John Ueiger. Andrew Kmerick.
Sturt'is heirs, and others. This tract is Weil tim
bered with pine, sprue and oak. and lie near the
f. B. 4 W. K. t
No. 2. The undivided one-half of s tract of tim
ber land situated in Stunyercek township, contain
ing three hundred anl ntty-two acres, adjoining
lauds of Martin Lv Sutler. Andrew Statler. Kim
mel's heirs and others; This tract ia weU timoer
ed. and the land is of good quality.
No. a A tract or land cuotainlna- twenty-sour
acres, situated tn Shade Township, adjoining lands
. ... . ,. J.;, ; i .... , .
irood state of cultivation.
No. 4. AU the right, title, tnterest and elalin of
said Bankrupt. oC in and to sii-handred and sixty
' five acres of land situated in Shade township, and
known as tbe Shade Furnace lands. About 30
aerec of these lands are cleared aad in a good state
of cultivation: there are several dweliinsr-nouses.
a unr bank ham and other out -buildings on the
jpremues; about Su acres o( the cleared lland are in
i excellent meadow. There is a great abundance of
i irvn -nd .. UnJ
I At the Court House In the Borvutrh of Greens
) fnlfio ! barg. Westmoreland county. la., on Thursday, the
1st dav of Auaust. 1:2.
.. Se 47 A tract of land containing tur hundred and six
. . 6V4 I? tr-Bve and one foort h acre, ad.wicing the Cambru
County line, lands of George Meyers. Jacob Jley
ii: 47 er. the Impsra Co.. and others. The land is of
. . good quality, and well timbered. There is a large
. as) SO ; spring on tlie premises, whose water posses rare
. . a.'" 43 I med Iclnal qualities, and Ue along the Pena'a Ccn
6M 47 I tral Kail Koad.
At Armaarh, Indiana eountv. Pa., on FrMay. the
i 2d dav of Antra.!. 172. a piece or t4 of xneind
situate in IU1 Town, tn said county. erUilning
ninety perches, having thereon erected a lweilinst-
house, stable and otlierout buildings. Sale, at eiu.il
' , piace. 10 commence at i o ci.cfc. r. a.
I Terms CASH. GLt. W. BEXFORP.
JOHN WILSON st SOX,
237 Ulsxtj Street.
j tme US, T A
JEWETT d GOODMAN
11 althflelel Slrrrt,
Opposite New City Hall, PTTTS BVRG H,
u!3 Send lor Illast rated CataVTie.
CEEDS! SEEDS!! SEEDS!!!
MyNewSeed Catalogue for containing
complete list of
TEOEEARLE, FIELD and FLOWER SEEDS,
with directions f cultlvntket. now ready, and will
be sent free to any address. Also,
PLANTS. TREES. TINES and SHRfBnERT
ef all kind. Uiinets, Baskets, cut flower I.
Weldings, Parties, fcc. arranged in best style to
rder. JAMKM M. KENN ETT. Secleman.
ajd 1J 131 SmilhOeU St., PUUlintti. Pa.
r.,1. .r lllnm R Crusl'T. dee'd.
The nnderairnad A udiU. awdntesi by t he Judr
I esof Ih tsrvhaa- Court 1 Somerset eountv, to
m... oistrioutiow iw .. .u .
they see proper.
A. 11. COFFROTH.
1 he ndersiimed Auditor, dulv appointed by tbe
Orphan' Court of Somerset eountv, to make and
renort a distribution of th fund in the hand of
I Jacob H. and A. P. Hlllegas, admr of Peter R.
I Hil.cras. dee d, to and among tboee legally enti-
recent de-j-tructire fire, and appeal for
In dischaririojr thw duty, we wi.l en
A-Av tli.nde tbir nniuu&v.fi And vKoir
. . . - , m7
and tlie total
ji m inmi-m u. wjn. .-
on riiinilrMi thousand dollars.
has responded so nobly to the cry for
... vm , .. u . . ... - .-
call nnort von in behalf of this sufferinir
.i.. - j t- '.t., A.i. i
liim mat gives ami niiu mm ia.c.
Lsi., of Somerset, Pa., m tr.e Treasurer of the lclK-r
1 .. .
IRE - C LAY COMPANY, OI V eiiersOUrC',
II U T C II I ON & CO.
Manufacturers. AsnU and Dealer! In
Iron and "Woodworking
Iloriiontal and Vertical Steam Engine. H..
BtlUsg. Packing and Mechanical Supplies,
COKXER TTOOD ST SECOXD ATEXTE.
Aj(ents tut the Huntoon Steam Oovemor. Knowl s
Patent Steam Pumpa, Eider Cut Off
and ralori? En zincs. ITnloa
ape 3i Suine tXi s Emery W heeis.
A PEOFITABLE BrSOTSS,
LIGHT EQ.tAL. TO GAS, AT OXE-EIGHTH
(XJSTt Cannot r tzplodtd. So (himnty ar ai. i
Men desinnir a Profitable Basinest. ran secure
the Ezciuuve Riaht t the sale of Iirott s Patent
(-arh. Oas Lisr'ut Burner and OiL Hr Cuunue
or Suits. Write fur iciormax or eall on
M. R DYUTT.
N-x It &.uth Second Street. Philadelphia. Pa.
X. B. t'lilKCHLS furnished with Chandelier
and Lamp of every descrtjitlon. S per cent, cheap
er tkan at any other esiatioahxuent in the eounu-v.
We ilf fy ail other agents t produce a fewin
Machinecjualto outNEW EEMIXiiTOX E-V-PIRE-bktiP
FEEDP Send for smmtles of
work, circular, fcc.
CAKSoy PKOS.. Western An'ts.
St. 4 Sixth Strtrt, P1TTSBIRGU. T J.
AsTAgents wanted. apr 2
Xov 13B Smranxxn Stxixt, Pn-mamia. Pa.
TU. CBPPES AID SHEET IE3I Willi.
And Dealers in
Haveconstantlv on hand a verv Urge stock of
tiwtV Tea an.1 See Caddie, loe Cream
t ivclers. ica KesiA. W ater Cullers,
Clothe Wringers, Bird Cages. Ac.
Proprietors of the celebrated
Patent Adjustable Store Shelves.
"WhUcsale and Retail. Price iow. ai4
'"piIE BEST PUMP
IN THE WORLD!
THE AMERICAN STBM EEOED
TKiuble-Acting, Nun-Free ting
The Simplest. Most Powerful Effective. Dura
ble, Reliable and Cheapest Pump ia use.
It is made all of Iron, and of a few simple parts.
It will not Freeze, as no water remain in tbe
pipe when nut in acti.u
It Hi nc leather or gum nothing, as the snck.-r
and valves are ail oi iron.
It seldom, If ever, get out of order.
It wilt fhree water from 44 to 0 feet la the air. by
attaching s few feet of hose.
It is good fr washing Buggies, Windows, water
ing Oardena, fce.
It furnishes th purest and coldest water, beoaus
1) ie piaced in the bottom vf th well.
Txbms: s.;inchPnmp.15: pipe. S-Tc. f fcs.
I - U; - Sic-
Largag aiica la prsirtion
WET AND A PLATT.
' ' S..! Agent T Somerset County.
Somerset, Pa., May let, 1STA
rniT of rAiiHTiox.
To Catharine Whlph'T. (widow.) Anne, intermar
ried with Jonas uoku, resMtng in .iarnu
ermutv. West Virginia. Alexander, residing in
Marshall eoaotr. West Virginia, Adailne, inter
married with J ark son Heinlngh. residing la
Sioierset cmntr. Pa.. Polly, intermarried with
Jonatkan Sayk. residing in Carroll eaanty, 111
nois.Henry. residing in S-merset c.ODty. Pa.. J
anna, intermarried with Freeman May. rending
in Favetl County. Pa Eliialth. inlcrmarrij
with Jat-ksoo Hyatt, residing ia Favette finty.
I 'a., aad Martial resniing In Ncnraska, heirs an.1
legal rrprcscBljttlTj of J..hn W kipkey. late of
t'pper Turkevfiwt township, Somerset eaanty.
Tax Norte, that by vtrtne of n writ of par
tition ve valuatWiB Issued out of the tirpham'Coart
of S.nneTe County, Pa-, aad to me directed. I
will hold au Inquest on th premises tn t'pper Tur
kevfio ii.wnshin. county and state asureaaad. oa
Saturday the loth day ol Angus, UTi'ior in pnr
Me of making partition of the real estate of said
deceased to and aaauag hi heirs and legal repre
sentative. U the same can be done wltboat preju
dice ta or spoiling the whole, er te value aad ap
praise the same according to Uw: at which time
and place you are requested to attend. If yon think
July Sd. 1S7X,
i h. nndersiirned. who was appointed to make
and report a distribution of the rands in the hand
of Jam ilcNeal. adm r of Sarah McNeal. dee d.
to and among thoe legally entitled thereto, hereby
give notice that he will audit aad distribute said
state at his office ia Somerset. Pa., on Thursday,
tbe 1st dav of August, U7 when an part ies inter
ested eaa aUead JOHN U I HL.