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The Somerset Herald.
6crmiBcs tt, 1872
4TIOSALKi:ri BLI AH TICKET.
ULYSSES S. GRANT,
roa VICE TBEHIDBNT,
HENRY W. WILSON,
Rrrrni.irAJt ktate ticket.
J. F. lIARTRANFT.of Moutjfoim-rv
' FOR SUPREME JUDGE,
ULYSSES MERCUR, of Bradford.
FOR At" PI TOR GENERAL,
HARRISON ALLEN, of Warren.
FOR OONORECSMEN AT LARGE,
(Jon. LEMUEL TODD, Cumberland.
GLENI W. SCIIOFIELD, of Erie.
CHARLES ALRRIGIIT, of Carbon.
DELEOATSri AT LABUE TO T11E COSrTI
WM. M. MEREDITH. Philadelphia.
J. GILLINGIIAM FELT, I'hila.
GEN. HARRYWIIITE, Indiana.
(JEN. WM. LILLY, Carbon.
L. BARTHOLOMEW, Schuylkill.
H. X. M'ALLISTER, Center.
W. H. ARMSTRONG, of Lvconiing.
WILLIAM DAY1S, Monroe.
JAMES REYNOLDS, Lancaster.
SAMMUEL F. DIMMICK, Wayne.
GEO. Y. LAWRENCE, Washington.
DAVID X. WHITE, Allegheny.
W. H. AIKEN, Lehigh.
JOHN H. WALKER, Eric.
-ointt xm i nations.
HON. JOHN CESSNA, of Bedford.
E. D. YUTZY, Lower Turkeyfoot
Subject tothedecirluo of the District Conference.
FOR DELEGATES TO TIIE CONVENTION
HON. S. L. RUSSELL, of Bedford,
J. W. CURRY, of Blair.
J. R. McMILLEN, of Middleorcck.
E. M. SCHROCK, of Stonycreek.
OLIVER KNEITER, of Somerset
FOR REGISTER & RECORDER,
J. ROBERT WALTER, of Milford.
VAL. MILLER, of Quemahoning.
roR door norsE director,
JOHN II. SNYDER, of Stonycreek.
J A COB SPEICIIER, of Stonycreek.
TLe Conference that resulted in the
re-nomination of Hon. John Cessna
for Congress was not altogether har
monious, but his nomination has been
accepted in good faith by all the coun
ties in the district, and it is now the
duty of the party to ratify its work.
To the ill of the party expressed
in its regularly authorized way wc
always have yielded and always will
yield assent, and what we cheerfully
do ourselves, wc claim that we have
a right to ask others to do so. All
personal preferences should be aban
doned the moment a nomination is
regularly made, otherwise party or
ganization cannot be maintained, and
t.o frn;a r.f d;.mtwlionoe to this'
mv . .
just and wholesome rule, have been
too lately tasted by the Republicans
of this Congressional and Senatorial
district, to be. suddenly forgotten.
We ak therefore a solidRepublican
vote lor Mr. Cessa not only because
it is his dnc as the nominee of the par
te, and because of his eminent and
tried fitness for the position, but be
cause of the assured certainty that
Mr. Meyers will not, as he heretofore
did not, truly represent either the sen
timents or the interests of the people
of this county.
The enterprise of the last few
years has totally changed the inter
ests of the people of this end of the
district, and Bedford and Somerset
counties, no longer merely agri
cultural communities, but rapidly
lieooming mining and manufacturing
ce ntres have increased interest in the
protection of their industrial pvrsuits
through which their hitherto valueless
coal and iron, arc being transmuted
into gold.' It is only by protecting
our home labor and its product from
com-H'tition. with the illy paid laW
and cheaper products of foreign
climes, that 'enterprise and develop
ment can be stimulated in our midst,
and the record shows that our materi
al interests in this respect, cannot le
entrusted safely to the guardianship
of Mr. Meyers. In other words Cess
na is for Protection, while Meyers is
for Free-trade. Both gentlemen have
HTved in Congress, and while there
the one voted consistently for Pro
tection, while the other invari
ably voted with the ' Revenue Re
form" or Free Traders. The immedi
ate material interests of this county
are centred in the development of her
coal and iron fields, but now com
menced and our people would bo in
sane to so vote, as to crush or cripple
the budding enterprises all aronnd us.
By these interests Mr. Cessna has
stood and will Ptand, while Mr. Mey
ers hax voted for a reduction on both
iron and coal and Las boasted in a
letter written to the President of the
Free Trade IiCaguc in New York that
while "A few years ago, an avowed
Free Trader was a rara avis in this
section. His voice erelong will
be heard from the Delaware to the
It must lie remembered also that
by the Cincinnati and Baltimore plat
form the whole question of Protection
and Fre Trade has been remitted to
the people in the Congressional elee
tions.and thercforc.if elect cd.Mr. Mey
ers could well claim, that his district
was in favor of Free Trade, and
agaiatd protecting her coal and iron
interests. Somerset county is one
vast coal and iron field, measurably
valueless till within the last year, for
want of railroad facilities. The largo
sums of money already expended in
the Ursina and Elklick basin from
which no returns have yet been re-
eeived, are lut a drop in the bucket
to what will follow, when the Johns
town road is completed. Millions of
capital will here seek investment and
our waste places and agricultural in
terests will blossom as the rowV-And
yet, all these brilliant prospect " may,
be destroyed by a few votes, for our
manufacturers and miners cannot pros
jer unless protected from competi
tion with foreign pauper labor. Men
of Somerset county 1 the point to be
decided is a simple one, and easily ar
rived at. Choose yc between Cess
na and protection to your own intcr-
;ests and Mevers. Free Trade and
competition with pauper labor. As
you vote so may your own immediate
interests live, or die. It is simply su-
icidc to vote for B. F. Meyers.
Think of the hereafter.'
sow then, rou pexxhyevasia.
Wc have won all the pkirmisbes
nnil carried all tho outposts ! From
this moment every nerve will 1,0 j sav that I am for Grant and Wjl
str'ained by the confederates to break j m HartrInft, O'Neill, Alexan
this line of disaster, by currying j on,j hole Republican ticket ;
IVunsylvania in Octoler, for the v- ftn(j gmij ti0 niy utmost to secure their
bald crew running Greeley and Ruck-! t.1ctjon mt ;(s hCcess iu the present
alew. Every cent the Democrats can jraj,,aign. .
raise, every orator they can send, and jn" tiK, roniing canvass the people
every scheme they can devise, will
be used to carry our State, lie must
redouble our cj-etiions! The whole j
Union looks to us, Republicans ffj
Pennsylvania! to complete the des-j
truction of the fraudulent eoabtiou
which aims to obtain power by a J
trick. If ire vamj our good old j
Stale by a routing majority in Oclo-
her, the battle is mo. If we arc
beaten in Octolnr the good already
accomplished is lost ! This consider
ation should nerve every Republican,
every patriot to renewed activity un-
I der the inspiring influence of .North
Carolina, West Virginia, Vermont,
and Maine ! Keep at work ! Organ
ize ! Let nothing remain undone to
cause us regret when the election is
over! Victory a great
great victory j
rve it bv work,;
awaits us if we deserv
j work, WORK! Altogether, W?
1 and "fro in !
km akoiNu the iiui.r.
j A few years MlicC ANDY .TollXSuN
j went "swinging around the ciicle"
looking for a renommation, an object
r . i ....i 4 oil J.iiunit
nguwmiiucu pcopic. imi- i- v
H. G., another Presidential aspirant
i following the evil example, "swinging
J aroun(jj?- an 0i,j(.ct 0f ridicule and de-
! ri,ionjlouk;ng for an election. The lat-
j ter first was filled with whisky ,the w ith
vanity, and overweening ambition.
, Xeither ever had a spark of j)ursonal
' jpnjty, but Horace formerly received
credit for a moderate amount of as-; In another column will Im found
tuteness, w hich it now appears he the proceedings of the Senatorial Con
was not entitled to, or he would have ference by which it will lc seen that
profited by, instead of experiment-; Col. John A. Lemon of Blair county
in" with And v's "dead-fall." (has received the nomination. With
The spectacle of a Presidential can-j the nominee we have no personal ae
didate "swinging around,"and button-' quaintance, but we are assured that
holing citizens for their votes, is not a , he is a clever gentleman, very popu-
very pleasant one to people, who have j
ruct find veneration for thedimitv '
of the office, and will not in our judg-! would have muck preferred the nom
ment add many to the rauks of the ination of our own mad and believe
model reformers. Poor old Horace ! j that he would have ln-en the strongest
as editor of the Tribune he was a candidate. But wo cheerfully acquiesce
Sanmann in iho land ; but now. shorn !tho will of the luajoritv. ami urire up-
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I OI 111S lOCKn l l I'll""" i'i.."-,
,1C Ls a kugjling tot.k fr the 1
XW FOB WORK.
Every candidate on our . county
ticket is virtually pledged by hisacl
ceptanecofa nomination, to give a
portion of his time and means to se
cure the election not onlf of himself,
but of his fellow candidates on the
National, State, District and county
tickets. He is in honor bound to do
this, for tho fact of his nomination
puts him forward as a fctaudard bear
er and leader of the Republican par
ty in this county, in the present cam
paign. Candidates often fall into the
error of relaxing their exertions, w hen
their own nomination and probable
election are secured. This is unmanly,
and unjiift to the party that has hon
ored them with a nomination. In re
turn for the nomination, they arc
bound as honorable men, to lalKr for
success of all the-nominees of
their party, with all tho strength they i
Go to work then candidates, and1
. . . .-.it ;
not only show your gratitude f.iriiom- j
inauons given you, inn prove mat; lcle.rations apjieared from each ,un-, "cans as such, but Ix-twcen l'rotec
j ou can do something fur the partr, tr as fullows: jtionists and Free Traders. The
at wboKe l.nnils von nk for office, i Redford D. M. Rlack. I. Coiil.-v. I Evening Post a Republican organ In
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a..v iui,.,8 ii.l ... v..
tial canvass is success at the State
election, ami bu- ccss in the Mate can j
only tie assured by a full vote in each ;
of the counties. You can give your
selves and the whole ticket fourteen
nvnureainajvruy .u iam vuu.ny, " i
l J J .... : aI'... :r .
you will only work for it. That ma-!
jontv in Somerset countv insures j
Hartramt a majority Jf twenty-
five thousand, and his election it is ad-
. , , ' ' ' n"ii ii'iiuiiltttra vmi. uuilll
nutted everywhere, settles the rresi-1 jiemon
dential fight. j J. J. Conner nominated Lieut
Trove yourselves worthy of the 'James Pott ; .
nominations you have received, by ! .I- I;- Unrncs nominated Col. K. D.
taking the field and working for thev Zr-.' ,f.-, ... ;
. . ... , . . . i After 10j ballots failing to nomin
ticket on which you have been placed, I ntCt tLc conference adjourned to meet
not as an ornament, but Vcause it Sept. Kth,. .
was supposed you had KliticalJ Conference met 17th, at 3 o'clock
strength. It will be of no little cred-J ItM T. ,. . , , , ''
, , . ! Ir. I-.. S. Duffield apiieared as a
,t to you m after life, to be able to say lh,lhilie fur Mr. ,1 and
"In 1872 when I was a candidate the -Hon- J. 11. McMillen for Mr. Sanner.
whole tick et was elected by an in- On motion, G. W. Patton was
creased majority:" , chosen President.
' The Conference again proceeded to
Wi call attention to the soth of j ,,a.JI',t nnin? UP to lh 147thf ba,,ot
. 1 , , Without any choice. wnn ronferonco
ii. mi"" c j.-i-, .-w-.T
bvered n Philadcljihia, to bo loiina'
on the first page of this paper. Mr.
Su-.m.p. .a il. eonni I untl niiorncv
r, i ir . -. ,..
of General Hartranft, certainly
-m" ,""rc -""u privmc uuu u.u-
cial affairs than any man in the State,
and his refutation of the slanders and!
lies published against our candidate
i ,,.ni.i km.n.k . ir f
ia most thorough and convincing. II '
shows clearly that lvotti iKrjury and
forgery have Ven resorted to, to blast
tho character of General Hartranft,
by the scoundreU who arc attempting
to elect Buckalew by destroying the
reputation of an honester and better
man. Read the Fpcech bv all means.
.0 ROW, TIIAS K YOI .
The LilMTals and Democrats have
a ""hard time in trying to obtain
a candidate for Congress in the
second Philadelphia district Wm.
Morauj . l'tiriuan JShcppard," and E.
Joy Morris Lave declined in turn the
nomination, nd there i docs not ap
pear to lx? any one desirous of accept
ing the cmptv nonor. l hables
O'Neil will Iks elected by a largely
increased Republican majority.
Mr. Mi ira.v says: It is true there
is much to complain of in the present
Administration, but the crsons that
would have charge of Mr. Greelev,
if eTecte JTYepTdentof tnrTWfcrl
States, would' prove ten-fold more
disastrous to the interests of the re
public than the Administration of
'General Grakt. .......
Thanking you again, and the inein
lers of the convention, for the high
estimate you have held of me in ma
king me your candidate, I am free to
I sjian iavc anlpje opportunities to
ifln. lnv v:0.vs on tl.e Presidential
coutest, as I shall at once enter into
n,tive service to peak not only at
noniei )mt through the State.
THK 1'ITTMII KGII COSf. EXTIOX.
100.000 Mramifera in the C'itT.
Tiie Soldiers and Sailors' Conven
tion held at Pittsburgh during
three days of last week was one of
the grandest affairs ever witnessed in
this "country." Delegates from near
ly every State in the Union were
present, and all were most hospitably
received and entertained by the good
people of the city. Fifty thousand
veterans were assembled, and their
numbers were augmented by as many
more citizen strangers who had
caught tho enthusiastic infection.
Groat enthusiasm prevailed during
the three davs that the Convention
It would take several issues of our
; ,)aWT t0 contain the proceedings, or
pjr a dis-ription of the immense day-
i i . i . ..... .
Hgut aim torcii-iigut processions, or
j anything like an account oi the extent,
; yarietv and beautv of the decorations.
( whkh made the smoky citv look as
i i,rilliant and gav as a flower garden.
j It was a sight and an occasion to
)0 S)H.n enjoyed, never forgotten, and
impossible to describe.
OI K SENATOR.
lar in his own county, and will make
an attentive Senator. Ofcourso we !
nn 1 1, l!i.niilif urw ftf tl.iu mimtv i i
i . , .. ., .
poll for Col. Lemon the vote of tncj?
parly, to the last man. , , '
" OlH XF.ETIXUK!
In our paper. will be seen the calls
i for meetings iu this County. Let
r Kim,,lictI1 frionils tHr out t0
them in large minfliers. Don't stay
away. Come out, one and all, and
let us have a short, but igorous cam
paign ! Turn out ! Ti rn 0 it ! !
The Senatorial Conference for the
21st Senatorial District met at the
Washington Hotel, Bedford, Aug.
The following conferees were pres
ent: Bedford D. M. Black, I. Conley,
and Morris Walker.
Blair No representative.
Fulton W. M.Patterson, Dr.. I. S.
Trout, and J. J. Cromer.
Somerset II. B. Barnes, W. H.
Sanner, and J. D. Miller.
fin lilrifiiin Win I I'ntlrsi.n n-na
i,. un (i:,.,n"nn,i t
uvrv t. unit iiiuiif a. vim i ,
i account ti me aosenee oi me
'ii uixuiiui i'i m: a irci I re n nil"
1J?!r dlTatin tho Conference j
adjourned until Sep. 4th, at which
tLe Conftwiicc ajraia nict Full
!l. Hull. . I
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I row, J. il. Linscufelt.
Fulton Wm. M. Patterson, J.
Trout, J. J. Conner.
Somerset II. R. Barnes.
tSannor J Tl Milh.r
J Oniif. ir.nr r.nllo1 tsw.c.E.i In. Wi
M. Patterson. President
v.aa. . ...... .j... .v . w v.u.l J I III
On a motion to proceed to the uom-
ination of candidates. j
I- C-"Kv nominated Capt. (1. Shan- j
i! i..u... ...... n..i ii.
ajj0Uriit.(I llnti th(. 8th at C a , t i
Conference met at 6 a. in. on the 18th,
and proceeded to ballot, when, on the
Hth ballot, Mng 158th Fallot in full,
Col. John A Ivemon, of R a rcountv,
... . . , a '. . .
having received 8 votes, being a nia-
jor,(j of aIl the rotes cast, -was dc-
clared nominated. ' '
On motion tho nomination was
,"a',,e unanimous- ' " "' ' '
The following, resolution was un-
t i i i
animouslT adopted :
resolved, That recognizing in Col.
John A. Lemon, a gentleman worthy
the confidence and support of the Re-
publican party, we pledge to him the
united support of the Republicans of
the entire district' ' ' ;: ! '
GEO. W. PATTOX, rrcsf.
Isaiah Conley, Sec'r.
Oaaitai mm Hyena A ation for oar
Xo sooner is the nomination of Mr.
Cessna announced than the New York
Evening Po the leading Free Trade
paper of tho country, attacks him.
Says the rod : " Mr. Cessna is oub
ofthenio.'t unscrupulous of the pro.
teetionist-moiiopolist managers, audit
is doubtful if the Republicans unite
upon Lim.""The"ineaning of all this
is simply that Mr. Cessna is a man of
ability who is able to command the
attention of Congress when he pleads
for tlio Protection of American Indus
try. In the eyes of the Po.t every
Congressman from Pennsylvania w ho
is in favor of Looping our furnaces
running, thereby developing our coal
and mineral resources and creating a
market for the produce of the farmers,
is " unscrupulous" and a " protectionist-monopolist."
Our neighbor of the
Spirit would take up the same cry if
he dared go before the people of this
District advocating those Free Trade
Doctrines which would enrich the
capitalists of New York 1 city but
rtrike down the industries of Pennsyl
vania. The argument of the J'oxf is
one which would tend to unite the
Republicans if there was any division
in the party, and which ought to give
Mr. Cessna many Democratic votes.
We mean nothing unkind to Mr.
Myers when we ay that the Six
teenth District is badly represented.
He has done his best according to his
ability, and it even required a sort of
courage to stand up against the inter
ests of his constituents as he has
done. Following such Democrats as
McLanahan and Reilly, and such Re
publicans as Robinson, McPherson,
Koontz and Cessna, he has made a
very poor show in the House. The
others were powerful in their parties
and exerted great influence upon leg
islation. He sat still dozing the en
tire session and was content to be
known as the only out-and-out Free i
Trader in the Pennsylvania Delega
tion. He remorselessly voted away
the interests of his State and District
ami he now asks to be sustained in
other sections and especially the
hired organs of British capitalists and
manufacturers of New York city, are
anxious that he should be sustained.
Seeking only their own selfish ends
they desire to keep in Congress the
pliant tools who are willing to bene
fit New lork citv and their English
masters at the expense of the farmers,
! miners and manuiacturcrs oi i 'cnnsyi-
vania. Mr. .Meyers has shown lum
self to lje one of their most useful in-
struincuts, and what is more he has
voted 4 way and would again vote
the interests of his own section.
Few of our readers can remember
Mr. Webster's picture of this valley
in a speech which he delivered in the
Senate nearly a century ago. In 18
33, he passed through Chamborsburg
on his way home from Washington.
" The inhabitant s of Franklin Coun
ty wero principally agriculturists and
of these a majority were tillers of fheir
own soil. They were interested also
j in manufacturing to a great extent ;
they had ten or twelve forges and up
wards of four thousand persons engag
ed in the manufacture of iron, depend
ent for their daily bread on their own
labor. The hands employed in this
business were a peculiar race miners,
colliers. &c. and if other employment
was to be afforded them they would
find themselves unsuitcd for it
Those manufactories had boon ile-
pressed from causes so well explained
and so well understood that no1ody
could now doubt them."
Every bod' remembers, except our
young men, the depressed condition
of our furnaces and forges and the
poor prices which were paid for the
products of the farm under the Free
Trade tariff of 1 84G. Mr. "Webster's
jhave'his way, as he had it last winter,
he will continue to strike down the
tariff until wc again suffer all the
distresses of former years. What
then is to become of our . workers in
iron in Quincy, St. Thomas, and in
the valley ? What is to become of
them iu Adams, Fulton, Bedford and
Somerset count'es ? ' Arc the vanity
and false political economy of one
man to stand against the interests of
the people of a' whole District 7
These are the questions for tho voters
of the Sixteenth Congressional Dis
trict to ask themselves. These arc
tho points of difference between Mr.
Meyers and Mr. Cessna.
This matter has another aspect
which can not be overlooked in this
canvass. At Mr. Greeley's suggestion
the question of the Tariff was remitted
to the Congress Districts. Both tho Cin
cinnati and the Baltimore convention
declared that the tariff question is not
a party qvestion. Democrats are not
onlv left free but actuallv instructed
to vote for members of Congress
without regard to part v. Mr. Meyers
can not rightfully claim the support of
Democrats who are favorable to Pro-
fection. His platform tells them they
" ......... .v .............. .
are under no obligation tr. vote for
hiin. The canvass for Congress is
not beUvecn Democrats and Rcpub-
the Free Trade interest recognizes
t liia nml n,mnoa Mr Prssna on tl.w
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ground. The Democratic platform
recognizes it. hv then should
i Democrats who see Mr. Mevers sacri-
W. II. j ficing their interests in Congress pre
; ierve a partr fealtr which is not de-
I mantled of them and which is even
repudiated by the Democratic plat-
frra Why should the furnace
nanus an over tnc lnstnct vote tne
bread out of their own mouths and
! the mouths of their children,' when
, even the Democracy tells them not to
do it. Cessna Is the friend of the
home manufacturer by means of Pro
tection to American Industry, and
consequently he is the friend of the
laboring man to whom the home man
ufacturer gives employment and of
the farmer who thereby finds a good
market for his crops. Meyers be
friends only the foreign manufacturer,
tho foreign ship-owner and the mer
chants in our great cities w ho import
foreign goods. The issue is one al
most too plain to be made,' and wc
can not doubt that our laboring pop
ulation will have tho courage to dis
criminate between their friend and
their enemy. .
When tho Tribune, was a Republi
can paper it employed a pet argument
at least once & week in reply . to the
Pod and though that journal never
uses the argument now it is peculiar
ly adapted to tho present situation.
Tho Post was alwavs in the habit of
opposing Republican nominations for
Congress whenever tho nominees
were Protectionists. If there were
prominent men before tho country,
like Mr. Cessna, it opposed them as it
oppses him, by calling them unscru
Against this tho Tribune protested,
declaring that the Post was bought
by Rritish gold and eaying that it
was nnfair toward tho Republican
party unless Democratic Protection
ists opposed Democratic Free Traders.
Thcso views arc now practically em-;
bodied in the Democratic platform
and it is the duty of all Democrats to
heed them. Should thev be disre -
garded and Mr. Movers' or a ninn
sharing Mr. Movers' views be sent
to Washington to fctill further .reduce
tho tariff enacted in behalf of Penn
sylvania Industry, the universal suffer
ing which 'must ensue w ill, Iki the
cause of many vain regrets.
Thenuestion of Protection is thef
reallv great question in the election iMl" ", "'itual rr.emls a collision
of a Congressman. It appeals to all j was T" 'rtcil. they agreeing to
men alike, -To the lairing popula-!!r1rop thc attt-r till some other tune,
tion of this District it is nil important, j V w',,nf' ,,f,,vcv(,r ,1,nt 'n('h ,,';'rlsh,
v -i... .1 i.. ..i ........ i.'ed the determination to renew the al-
development of American Industry
f.jr tlio education" and futair inosoect.-
of his children can overlook it now
r votw-fbr-a Demoeratir candidate
in this camiMii-n.Wc o.,t0J
rn. Itarnlleoa Urn. llHi-tranft. i
Gen. Burnside, in his address to i
of Pennsylvania at Pitts-
burg, yesterday, spoke to them of
Gen. Hartranft as follows:
And now comrades of Pennsyl
vania, I desire to 'express to you a
hope that comes ; from my heart.
General Hartranft, your candidate
for Governor, is my old comrade and
tried friend. He went into the field
with us at tho first battle of the war,
and joined the North Carolina expe
dition at Annapolis. From that lime
until the end of the war we were
together on the fields of Roanoke,
Newborn, South Mountain, Antietain,
Campltoll's Station, Blue Springs'
and the campaign from the Wilder
ness to Appomattox Court House.
He proved himself an efficient and
Comrades of J einifyleama, it x
rleurtg your duty vit'tout referem-e
toptditiv, to nee that o gallant a
covtmander in not harmed by malk i
oitx danders of designing jxditieian.
You hate, but for a moment to think
of the vourxe pursued during the tear
by his opponent, Mr. JluvLal.'w, in
o-t to jaul the rouged reason jot
Comrades, mv Vrs.mal duties re -
mrri uiiuun ui uut iiiiMtuii; uik iuu-i . . . ,. , V, " , ,
eluded. As you nil know, I l,avo i f'roul. Lis ngl.t shoulder and Lon
ncverinmvlife .olieitcd office, and j ,ru'1 ,t,nS '.-' t 'rough tlio lungs
never cX1Jct to do so. I can, there- j N0-1' ar-' consi.lcreJ mortally wounded
fore Fpoak my linhiarfcd pentiiiicnts. j Horrible siardrr.
lien of vou to make ereru honest i
iVn ft f.i v.t-ttl.-t i. ii i-n mil lll.Ii
t'o'elect Hartranft to the office of Gov- j
emr of the Cutn mn u-ealth of Pen n-!
Where is this thing to stoji ? The j
New ork Tribune's later disiiatch
from Maine concedes l'crhanfs elec
tion by Eighteen TJiouxand ! That's
better than Republicans claimed.
Some time ago the Democracy were
abusing Grant liecause he cannot
make a speech. They have carefully
lemsetl the returns from Vermont
and Maine, and now wUli that (ircc
ley was in the same fix.
A )'car ago the Democrats swore
that the acts of the Republican party
were revolutionary. Kmc they en
dorse all these acts and stand ready
to affirm that what was black a year
ago, is now white, and rice, versa.
Strange, but true nevertheless !
"Gen. Hartranft, by his judicious
management of the finances, whereby,
although the tax upon land has been
taken ofT, the State debt has been re
duced by inanv millions of dollars, is
especially entitled to the mpport of
crery ta.e payer.
Reforc IJuekalew aspired to the
Guliernatorial chair he said of John
V. Hartranft : I know General Hart
ranft w ell, both as a public officer and
a man. As Auditor General he has
shown himself a most faithful, up
right, efficient and accommodating
officer, and he w ould make nn excel
Grant, Hartranft and Republican
success everywhere, is the rallying
cry which now echoes in all our val
leys and is heard in all our bounda
ries. The key to November is Oc
tober. Throw it not away at the
bidding of venturers and desperadoes.
Hold it iu j our keeping and unlock
the citadel with it yourselves.
As an item of jiolitical interest, it
may lie stated that the following card
from Hon. Renjamin AVood appears:
New Yohk, Sept. 7th.
Hon. John Morrisser, Sir : 1'lease
pay to Joseph A. Monhcimer, the
$1000 forfeit money now in your I
I... ..ia i... an. rii i
iiuiinn, un int.- w'. ,11 f iitluirn iituue ny t
me that Horace '(Ireelev would liej
elected next President. I have for-i
feited the same. t
Verv respectfullv, '
R. Wf kid. I
Colorado wants to 1m? in fashion ;
iikc mo rest oi them, anil rejiorls a;
Republican majority for Chaffee, del-!
I.t .a, a '
egate to Congress, of 1,500. . Gree
ley's model colony is Colorado. They
named their principal village after
him, but they vote against him with
great unanimity. Wc are not sur
prised, for they took the Weekly
Tribune, and adopted Greeley's views
on farmiug. It brought them to the
verge of starvation, and now they
are taking their revenge.
The Heading Times says Charles
R. Ruckalew was a menilicr of the
order'of "Sons of Liberty," tho or
ganization which the rebels so much
relied on to get up a counter rebellion
in the North, and to stimulate which
tho rebel agents took up a position in
Canada. It was here that Ruckalew
had an interview with Holcombe.
Not only was Mr. Ruckalew a mem
ber, but he was an officer of the
TLe editor of the Wilmington
Chronicle. U a personal and intimate
friend of tho Republican candidate
for Governor. He says:
"John Hartranft U not the man to
be intimidated. He dosen't ware
worth a cent. He led his men across
the Antietain llridgc, under the mur
derous Cre of the concealed riflemen
of the enemy, and, though two previ
ous attempts had failed,' Lis gallant
brigade won the bridge ! He is un
der fire now ; mine of the. shots come
from concealed marlemen ; but i
will tvm the Jtghtt Mark the predic
i'oart IIeuae Baraeiin, lava. '
' DuBiQiK, Sept 17. We have
further particulars of the burning of
Fayette County Court HoiiiH' on Sun
day, by John Thompson, the escapsd
prisoner. Nearly all the records
were Bavcd, but the paers in the
Clerks, and Auditors, ofliecs burned
together with the building. The to
tal los will probably reach $12,000
or 15,000, on which there was $6,000
insurance in the Continental and
Phfcni.x. The following was found
on the walls of the jail :
" $5,000 bail wanted. Kail obtained
at 1 P. M." :
The prisoner was a pal of tho noto
rious Dick Arthur and in prieon on
charge of grand larcenv.
, . .
! .'LMINGTon, September 14 A
trag.c event occurred on the 10th m-
i1 "V IVOU,WJ -"lJ' "7 V l
wnitc men, namcu uiicunsi anu
M'Clennan, by which both parties
lost their lives. A misunderstanding
at a church otuc weeks since resul
ted in a bittef feeling between the
- ' " r""'' "J" ng " "VlVr
i ; i . . .1 i . i .
terealion on siht, and prepared him
self accordingly, i On the evening in
question they met in the county road
nIot.far4.fro" . Lu'rton, when Gib
(lu mt fired his pistol at M Clennnn,
; ann men ran on, ioiiowcu quicK y
' his antagonist, who in turu drew his
pistol nild shot down Gilchrist, fol-
lowing up his advantage by deliler-
ntelv walkinir up to the fallen man
and firinff three shots int
rinjf three shots into ins iieau.
M 'Clennnn then walkod back to
wards his mule, alxut fifty yards
away, before reaching which he fell
and expired immediately. Gilchrist
lingered until the 11th instant, w hen
' 4'rim nnd 'MHHlljr.
Cincinnati, September 14. Win.
Showers, of Elizubetbtowu, Ky.t came
to this citv on a visit to the exposi
tion, aud has been missing from, the
Gibson-house since Monday. Ho had
IhUvih u nine and ten thousand dol
lars on his person, and it is supposed
he has leen murdered for his money.
Wilmington, X. C, September 14,
A dispatch states that two men
named Gilchrist and McClellanhad a
a difficulty at a church meeting on tho
10th inst., and mooting each other
next day on the road, Gilchrist shot
McCIellan. Tho latter responded by
emptying four shots into Gilchrist's
head and then fell dead himself.
St. Louis, September 15. Two
well known citizens of Chester, III.,
named Hugh Longbran and C. E.
Robinson had an altercation on the
trn on ednesday evcn.ng.vhich
resulted in Robinson having his skull
fractured and reccivinir a iiistol ball
C'til.l MBI S. Sent. 17. Bolxrrt Dllll-i
'1. this iiiorninr about seven o'clock, ;
shot and killed Janies CarpeuteT in a j
corn neiti iteur uis uuiim1 uu uuuuuii?
barreled shot gun. He thi n chased
his own w ife, shot at her, setting h:r
clothcM on fire, and tlicn broke the
gun stock over her head aud fled for
narts unknow n. Officers are now in
pursuit, but he has not been arrestetl
Mrs. Dunlap is badly injured i
aliout the head aud is seriously burn-
Cll in the back. Carpenter Was in-
stantly killed, the shot taking effect in
his left breast, blowing a hole through
l.i.n Hi, vnnno- man. 21 vrs
"" , " ' - " !
of age, of excellent character, and i
had been working for Dunlap for some!
limo un ad M a drunktMl. Worth-:
lesi innu anil when under the mHu-
Pittabarsh aiatd 'hlat( B. R.
ft". . i ri fni T. 1
ASIlI.Nt.TO.N, JM'pt. 1. I.U1-
timore and Ohio Railroad is about to j
U. .. ,, , '
Hi construction of the Hal-
tnuorc, Iittsburgh ami Chicago Rail
road which is to be an extension of
the Pittsburgh, Raltimore and Wash
ington Railroad better known as the
Conncllsvillo Railroad. The surveys
and location of the Western portions!
Of this line having IrCCIl completed, !
-,,..... I..,,..le.!'.l ....,, i;. '
V1II17 UIIC UUI1HIC11 11111V .VI C IIUI 11
from Havana on the lako Erie or
Sandusky division to DcGance, Ohio,
is to lie placed under contract at once,
and the remainder to Chicago, some
one hundred and sixty-three miles, in
a few weeks, or as soon as the right
4,f wav is Perfected in a few additional
sections iu Indiana, Work on this j
portion of the line being light, it can
be quickly liuished and in connection ,
.., v i i. i t . i i .
With the Lake P.ne ailtt Leiltral Ohio
ilivwiurm willrrive lllin of coiitiniiiuw i
Ul 1 , lis "'J?1 L a " , . ttmiiuiious
rail froill Raltimore tO Chicago, entire- i
1.- .....I.... I., It;..!..,,.' .,.,, i
1 under lialtimores control, in the ;
shortest time possible. At Defiance, i
,.:.. .1.,:...?..:,, ' '
vni'i, tin; inn: lit rouiieet vtmi i lit;
Toledo, Wabash and Western
road and with various exten
Cllte Of iKIUOr lieat hl.l Wile ailU ac- ; npial annual paymenta. to lre,un-.l bv imlainent ... . x-rntlt am. OTITTTTTr, "B T A riTTTTV'P I laroh
cued her of infidelity Thev had ;''"'"' e-tbiia,,er,he.ui.ira,,.iex- A 1 1'J). I cmzi:. s maxi ai. biJ W JJ.N lj MAuMIjN K
tu.eu ucr 01 miiueiiy im n ao , llr , a Political rnw.l. for ro,rr, cf mi Mr,i. AJ1V-1 J-'XL WJJJ.11 Jj ,
llVCU lOgetlier uniiappuy lor a long .'ie intry.n oi wnu n snn totne wi.k.w ol , uV(v,ot thePrc-l.l-nt-. an.ltheiireentt'in.ll-.te- . . .. e.e, ... -
time. .LlousyUsupiedtobethe JAMES ESPY, Cen I Agent OryG
causofor the murderthough there n-i-u cttvp r-sD Jj "-rJpF-Taj. iar riier -vra5,u,lI,E,., ffle
can le do cause, as she, and Carpen- Vuys&iaifyi.iSK. I SCKS'f l0',JM,llyv 17s Libert,, St., PitM.H.. On.
ter also, bore excellent reputations, j i-..im r. ami inMcn. ia turxn asiimeau. Pui i.er. pi.iht i a. a-)oti
draining UllWartU of 12,000 miles ofil'ou'rtnf somcrruiconnty. I'a.. to me directed, i;
0 ' ' .III .11 ,..1.11. ...!... Ik. ..M...I.... I
i, uncus to,
513 MARKET STREET,
W have ojnetl Tor the FALL. TRADE, the Inr
Kcrt mid bent arsorttd Stock of
Talde, Stair and Flour till Cloths,
Window Shades and Paper, Carpet Chain,
Cotton Yarn, Halting Wadding. Twiner, Wk kr,
Clock. Looking Olanrcs, Fancy liakct, Ltroouir,
Barki'ltf, Ilucketr, llrurhea. Clothed Wringer?,
Wooden and Willow Ware,
I.t THE rSITED TATS.
Our lame locrcnrc In tiurlncr enable! ur to rcll
nt low price, and faniirh thebert quality old l.
SOLE AGENTS FOR TH E
Celebrated American Washer.
TRICE, b SO.
The most Perfect and Sueeersful Warner ever
AQEXTS WANTEII FOK THE AMERICAN
WASHER, In all parts of the State.
I1URLIC SALE. i
Hy virtue of an onler of aale a-ranted bv the I Ir-
phanr' Court of Somerset county, the urnlcnlirued
will otfer tut rale on the premirer.
OM FRIDAY, THE 11TH DAY OF OCTOBER,
at one o clock p. m the real ertate of Henry
I lar haw. of Somerset township deccared. contnlu
Iiik 13T acrcaamt M perehea, with luu arrei elear,
2a acre in meadow, with house, tarn and otlier
Improvement thereon erected, with an orchard of
excellent fruit tree on the premise, adjoining
lamia of Win. II. Frlti, Joneph Hunter, Benedict
Yirler and other.
Tkkvs taouo in hand lit April, 187 one-third
of Ute remulmler to remain a lien, the Interest
t hereof to ho paid to the widow of raid deceased
durini her Ule, and at her death the principal to
the child of raid deeeared; balance iutwoetrnal
annual payment, without Intercut, to be actum
by uurtKaire ami judirinciit,
aep 18. Ailmlnlstnit.ir.
i'he nmlerrlirned Administrator!, of John Kirk
man, deoeaaed, hy direct km of the Orphan' Curt
of Nomemet canity, will otter for tale on the preiu
lw. In Milford townrhip, Somerret eonnty, on
FRIDAY, THE 11TH DAY of OCTOBER, lSTi,
at 1 o'clock p. m., the farm of the raid deeeaaed,
containing 3 acre ami 1:k1 perches, strict men r
ure, with a dwelllnir bonre. barn, and other bull.i
inir thereon eroclod, with an ort-hurd of choice
Iruit, 10 acrer of meadow, 30 acre! elear land, bal
ance In timber; excellent water on the preiuie:
adoinlnr. lands of Win. Dull, John Cliorpcning'f
heir, Jonathan Walker, widow Hull and other.
Terms One-third, after payment of expense of
partition and mile, to remain a lien, the Interest
ihcroa to Iw mid to Reirina Karkmaa, widow of
Ud deeeaaed, annually durin her life, and at her
death the prlncliml to lie iald to the children of
John Barknian, tioreaaed ; one-third In hand lrt
April, 1HT3, balance in two equal aunual liavmenls
witnout interert. lH'lcrreu payment ana
lie necured un the iiremlscr.
a.'p. 1. Administrators
DM INLSTUATOK'S NOTICE.
EMate of Samuel Kuhlman, lato of Jlilfurd town-
Irrtter of adroinlrt ration on the above ertate har
lnj been granted to tht umlcrrlneil. notice ir here
hy ifiren to thore Indeiited to muke Immediate pay
me nt, and tlior havlnic claim ajralurt It will pre
aeut them, duly authenticated for aettlcmentat the
late reildonee of aald deceased, In I'etersburjc, on
Saturday, October i5 1 h, 1K72-
Sept. IS . Admiuinlratur.
it virtue nf an nnlcruf tho rmirt of I 'i.niin'iti
Plci of Somcret I 'utility, to mc itlrrrtnl. ( '.an
milttwnr S1vhiitA. Ti.irr, luujiii', tlufi will
be exiMMnf to puUlc rale, u
SATI HPAY.fM'TOllEU Stli, l-'.
At 10 oVl. k a. m. of wiM !. In ' t"" "r. 'Vl:w
Baltimore. Ill mthl omiitv. nil tlio riitlit. title. Inter
eit, .roiNTtv iul cliilm of wiliI SylvenKT A. T"
por. Ih-Iiist tlw ini'llvldt.l one-hall .rt or IntrrMt.
of. In nl to the following' reul CKtnir, vli:
No. 1. A traH of lnn.1 ullu.ttPil In Alloaheny t..
In ralJ county, eontalnlnic forty-nine w-rm ii.l one
hun.lre.1 ml I went v wen M-rlieii. l)olnlna ln'"
of lywin N. Fymi. Vni. Wul.h, John tlunklr ml
other: nhout twenty-rive cre of which re eleur
eil an I In a. iroo-l suite of eultivntlon. with none
iitory loir h'lUM? an. uttihle tber'on ereele'l ; there
Is ulro o.! ni'i'lc orehanl on thi J trurt.
No.'i A Iraet nf l.-tn l Fltuatnl In tho towushlp
nl'vrt-pjM. lultniiiintf no. I. IjimU of Alaiu treore.
F. A. I.m-ketii mit other.-, eotitiilntnir one liuiiilrinl
ami eighteen ami one-liurth n nf: alU neventy
Itve of wlileli are cleare.1 anil in a two.! Mtate of cul
tivation; there are a In rve two-Mory nf ilwellinit
linum, lanre lianlt liarn, ami other nut-huihllnK
thereon ereeieil ; there Lul.-onn nilc onhunl on
No. 3. A traet of latiil a'l)onlnif no. 1. lumli o
Henry Mayhuher anil otheni, fttiitainiiia; twenty.
twoaeren: almut twenty acren of which aruelearnl
anl in a vooti nitito oi cultivation; on which m :
erecteil a lartre an.l cinij.Ictvili.itilli.-ry. in coiii.lete
running onler, with all the neeewary fl.it unj-t uirl I
appilancea lor uisuiunc; iiiiin.
Tkkmx; fltX D6 of the tirchae money of n... 1
to remain a lien, to he nx-unol hy uiortirtiu;e on no.
1. tho Intercut to lie- iiuiil amiuiilly t Win. Welicr
iluriiiK Ule, and at hh ih-atli the iirinrhitil mm to
he pai.l to the 1 K' Iieir ihhI ri-iire-a-ntiUhrKof
Peter A. Topper. Uee'il ; one-thir.l of Iho ho In ran
In han.l, atirf the remaiiiiler in two equal annual
paymentai without uitereHI.
ib tint the pun-hare niom-y of no. 2 U. remain
a lien on the Uu.l, llie Interert to be paid annua I ly i
to Mary Topper, wiiluw of l'l-tur A. Tupper. .le-'.l. !
luring her lifetime, ami at her ileal h the prlnci;al i
ruuito lie Paiil to the heira ami leual renrem-utA-
tivea of raiil Pet.-r A. i'i.pH-r, ilee'il; m-.thinl of
Imlanee In liaml, anil retnaimler In luo einal a.
nual pavmenta, witbiAit Interest.
tffle-thinl ot pun-liare m.4H-y of no. 3 In haiel.
am! ImiIhiico In two equal annual payment, with -
out lutereiit ; all .lelcrre.1 iwymentr'to l-e mi ureil
to lie atiilaM anii ar pr.iM-rtier are knoekcl ilown.
y juiitfiuciu o.aM:a.- jea M-rr.nc i nomi oaiai-y
iHA.it v. iiirrr.ic.
Sept. IN. Committee.
OUBLIO SALK. . , .
Jly virtue of an onler of ?al-a-rnnte.1 by thctlrpli-
inw t'ourt of Somerset t 'lanity, l'a., thc'uinleiviKii-
til will otter for rale on the premise, on
SATC KDAY, tKTOKKK lilth, liTi
At one o'i liK-k p. in., the real estate of John 1.
Wlnilnir. bite ot Alli--oii townrhip, Somer.t c..un
ty. Pa.. .Icc'il. vit:
Two lot In the town of l'eterrbnrr. mljolnina
Un.li.of W. V. Ilartzell. lot. of Samu.-I Wright
anil William llileinan, on Main rtreet, bavin:;
thereon ereeto.1 a new rtore houe. ilwellintr hotue.
a (ficxl Htable, anil otlier out hulLIln-;..
T'KHHis: Twenty-nve percent, ol trie pun-hare
mone)- Iu hanil, anilt he balance at..-livcrv of tlee.1.
Sept. IS. " Ailm'r ami Trurtco.
Xo. 1. A tntct of luml aliIniiiir liiu'lr- of S.tni'I 1
J. ami Jtriiathan KIwwtlH. Saiumu l rkcy. bavl.l
A. anl oIhp. nr inllirfl tannrrv, (fonu-rly
bum 4xm) (Vet, a lar't- Iruin- h..iiH. with a kit- h
juiietit" , j tiriiuiiiiinv iai lu-rtT, wiiii ntw ihiiik
,) ti.iiUiiniiiK VM acrtFt with new ihiiik ;
two thriving -iil orcliitnlM ami oih-r Iruit ; thirty
acrK In iiiuaiIhw, ton arr! wll thnlMTt-il, hthI tht1
rrmuimlt-r wtl WMtrr?l nmi linuil 6.wm .iu-1mW
of lime put on it within the & lur year; eml
an! limrMtotir wmvcnt-nt. ami pnmMv on It.
No. i Wirhin 00 nxU ol nu. 1, ail well tliulwre.l.
cunlalnln- 10 '4 arrpf.
UmviMiirnt to Haw ami arA inlllf hMil. nml ' I.
Ifitpt ist I.uihc rjn, liclxniH'.t, ami Kv. A. ljiii-u
K'iurVhcr iwrti.uia'rX appfrt.. .'.ra.t.irer.
K s,, ,.a.
J)ll!I IC S VI F FI'LI.KK, WAHHK. .i:i., WaterSt. Jf. Y.
Hy virtue of an oriler of rale inaile by the lirph- FREE TO HOOK A(JEXTS.
U4is' I'.ajrt of Sniiierwet countv pa., to ur .lirecteil, t A:i Kl-WAXTLV IhirM t'.TVAHma IUhik
we will expore to unle by public ontcry. on tile pre- ' .r th" be: ami heaicst Family liilile ever piili
nilren. the following valnabl real ertate. late tha ' l:.h"il. will I rent !r. e of ch.me in any lank au'l.
prnierty nf Itcnpiniin Krieilline, il-c'.l.. lyina in: It cinlain" nearly aoo hue Scripture lilunnitliu-.
Somcrret anil Jetterron townHhipr. on ' anil a-entr a re meet in withunpre.-e.lenrc.l.-'ueee.-i.
Til I 'RSI) VY IKTtlllKIt ?l t;t- : Aiiiiri-.i. taiiti- exiM-rlcnec. etc., i.n-1 wo wi:l -how
A certain fann.eontaininz aerer. more or lew.
?JW"!; J'rll aES.31 ttZSZ v"r,:
-Miller. Jortah Ankt-ny ami otberr. of which i;
EE ?!S Jftw?. ii,!!:
W H-uream. .-herout-bull.li... Alan two ap.
Ti.iVurm'ia .n i,..r.,i ,.i tJ . r
1 nir innu In welt water.Nl. ami H known ar one
f the t-rttarmriu the ', -"o i x u.ne.
t..., - , iMrt.a...ui. . r
.rnt i j in r uciiu 'l W lli"ll ffilllU
'" I""'1 "" ' "'X ie. ami tn balance of the
4 milXISTUATOU-S NOTICE.
E.uaef Freilernk FJchorn. I.,tr of Elklick town-
, of a.iminirttiononti.eai.veertatehav-;
inn neew arum in me umierrirmii i.t tne t.ni
thorlty. notice Ir hereby riven to th'.aM. heieh
iiik ievM arnuici me umierrirnt.! ny ine proper an-
inoriiy. niHa-e ,r nereny iven to tn.aM Melel.te.1 to
It to make immciji.-i.tr navnient. ami thiaw bavinir
elalinr atrainrl it to prerent them, iluly autlu-ntlca-:
te.1. fur m tth an nl to the unUcriiictieil. at tho bit
n'iilence of the ilcrcnseil. on Satiinlay, the 2tli
lay of ScptciiiN-r. Sri
Au-.-nrl 14. AUinlniMrator.
I' t'errof A.liniuif'.ritinn on the e'tate of Mary
Teilmw. bito of Xaw t 'cntrevllle borough. Somer-;
rt-t fnunty. deeeasoxl. liavinv been irrueii to tiie un-I
rlerrlynml. bv the lieu iater of Cikl canity. I lu n-by !
(rive iK.tl.-e I lial I ill atteml at tho reeiil.i.ce of;
.Marj-t knnble. In rai.l lN.rouarh. on Satunlay. the
Jith.laynl Septemlier next, when th.we In.lcMc.l ;
to KiiM rrtate arc requcste.1 to make payment, an. I
thore having claimr uaiiuit aakl trialo wiil pre-1
aetit tliriu lor rctt lenient. I
Autruiit V!7th, lTi Ailmini-trator. 1
jteof wiuum m. Homer. iate.,f s
ociwt? ii-siiiiiiriuiii. on inc aiNic i-.;ie na inir
been urantcl to the umlerriuned bvthe properau-
thority. noti.-e i. hereby arireu tothore iialebted to
to nulke llllmoJlRt. pajnjenc, an,i ti,,, haviI11
chilnn airainrt it will pnn-ut them to tho under-
rlime.1 for rettlcinent. at the late reJidenee ot said
aBC,.use ., satuniav. thenhdavotuctou-rnext.
samlee. a'.jiai sr.
ORPHANS' CO CRT SALE.
Vr, . lr.e (.f an nnlrr -in in . . .lit .if I he f Indian' !
! SATCKDAY. f KTl IKI'-U 19. l7i
' . at ono oVIo-k. the following Kent Ertate to wit :
I A tract of land rituated in Paint township, in
rai.l ouuntr. late the home of Ilnrbura lilonirti. ad
i "Itiinn laridr of Itcniumm Miller, (iillinn Iarc.
I Widow Pile and otticrr. eontaininir one hundred
iriuatioii ol rale. The bal.tnee iu four 1 AItPiPJ ri I LA Kir A lul nAiiil hiihk 4hfTe
I and eleven acrer and reventy two j n-her. 1 he ira-, ,t , , r,hvsi(. wllirh maT ivc. temmr- re
provementr are ainut ttlty ai-rer cl.-are.l. and in a , h:r,,r ,r th1 flpi; ,,. , w-,i..,
a-.lrtateotcullivation.lHiuteiahti-r,-rinuied- nm eoutinuc.l u.e brinss Piier and kiuurcd .ii.
; ow, nntl ll one and a half rtory lou houre, loir barn, ; ,,,, ... .,i i wenteninir ih.. i.,vili nr ir i, .
i mid a rprinst-hoiire thereon erect e. I : mi apple on-h- i
ar.1 ir a-rowinif th, riH.n i no a rprinir oi iri.ri .. . ..it.rr." , .,extenrivelv valnu-.l ..H on the pu!
Ircmvcnlent to . tlie.lwellinir. 1 he unimproved land ,i(.a, s,(mi!nl n-mwlien. Vut it ir a mo.t pom rfnl
well UiulK.-rcd with otik, die? tout and iher tun-1 ro,uc a nd AltrraUrf pronounee.1 ro by tl.L Icadunt
X: . ..... . . .. i i i : nielii-al authoritier ot lmdon an.l Paris, and lias
Ta-RVIiT-One-third In hand, and the balance In lwt.D ,, U.P(, ,)V ,h1 neuUir pinsj.-ianr ol other
two cpuil annual yniei;tr, on the first April. c.n!ri - with wonderful remedir.f nsnltr.
and 1STS. with interest. Porserrion to be aiven 1st
April 1T3. Twenty iTi"ent. of hand money to le
paid when rale Ir liuule. and the balance of Land
money on the first of April KM.
UAV11, J. LEHMAN.
Siit 11. Trustee.
OX THE LINE OF THE
fi O HI "l"a n T !
rVi IVI f rT. ri. '
Fjt purlli ular.". inquire of I. Ht ut R, Es..
Sept 11th. N. tl. KEIM.
jp iTo rosEi r a"Si en dm ent
ConsfflHlioE of Peisylva
Joint Reoolntlon Pronoalac nn Aiw-
eadnirat to tlte t'ontilntiouor Pean-
He it Rtmlrrd ey the Senate end llonte of Rrp
retrntatirri of the Commutntreollh of Fenntylra
nia in General Afembly met. That the following
amendment of the CiHislltulion ot this Common-
wnlih Im. t.n.TMiac.1 to the mmle for their a.h.trt iisn i
or rejection, pursuant to the provision ol the tenth j
article thereof to wit: !
Strike out the rixth reel Ion of the Mxth article
of the Conn it ut ion, and insert in lieu thereof the
fi.llowinir: "A State Treasurer shall be chosen I.y
the uuallned elector uf tho State, at ruch timer
and lor ruch term of service r shall be prercrilied
bylaw." WUJJAM. ELLIOTT,
Sakerof the House of Reprerentatlves.
JAMES S. RVTAN,
' S(ieakcr of the Senate.
ArrovKi The twenty-reeond day of March,
Auno IhitnlulflnethoasauJ eiirlit humlml ami -enty-two.
JNO. W. OEAKY.
Prepared ami eerlifieil for publication purauant
to the Tenth Arlh-leof thol'onrtltuli.!.
Soerotary of the Comtnonwenrth.
Office S.-..n.tary of the Commonwealth,
Harrisburr, Juneath, Z
I will sell at r.n!.!!e aale. on SATI RDA 1 . the
21st dry of September 1X72. the tollowinir tracts of
land, rituated 1 mile west of Shaukrville, InSlo
nycreek towurhim known aa the Rarcklvy farm :
No. 1. ConUiuinif 1Sacre; almut 90 a?rc elear
ed; the balance well timliered; adjoining Carper
Kellar and other. -
No. s. CmitainluifBO acre: 40 acre cleared, ami
the latlanre nicely covered with choice timlier, lucb
ar pine, ehertnut'aml white oek.
No. 3. ConWInlnK about 70 acre; 22 acre flear
ed. and the Iw lance well timbered.
fin. 4. t'ontHliilnir 40 acre; 3 acrer cleared, ami
the bahiure also well tllnlK-red.
The alnve tract are all nmler ronil eultivntlon,
well watered, and nlcclvsltoated lor stock and larm
linr puriiore. They all adjoin tract No. 1.
Persian wishing to purchase ran have tiweun the
hand money hy paying the Interest.
Term made known on day of sale.
a)aSale to commence at 1 o'clock, p. nr.
auirW-et DANIEL MOSTULLER.
I'ur iireparlna ynun men forMlce f..r the e..
neatl.41 of tcw-her, will o.titmi m-o li iwsl term
Tl KSD.VY. e.t. 171 h. No palna will I -,nr.-lto
rcniler birth i irtmrtit. lia."i'-:il "! N-niiil.
worthy of pnlillc pulninnirn. Tti"! iiirt-iiiir to
altcnif, anI e5m-ially thoee rtceirinif l-iarilin t
eluti rater, are r.iiieKlct toitte Unearl not I -e. 1'i.r
further iiitonnatlon avplv to
1If.v. WM. KWlVfj. t
Kkv. W. r. HKOW.V.
J"he KeRiiIur I!.iitlM fhun I. of TurkeTti-rf ha
afiplie'l ti. the t 'ourt of t 'oihiimmi I'I.-iik ol Si.nieriH-t i
I'oiinty, for a charter of tncoriioratlon. and iiiil'-.-a (
rulh' lent can-"' Ir shown lo.i.i'oiirt.on Thiirwlny j
Si'M'-lllln r the IJIh. i;-. Hi- r imewlil he irrHtilvl !
by kaull '..uri. M.NXIS Ml.VI.US.
rA NTi: i
i.l Atri-n!ievi-ry lii re. to the Liu'ht Itim- 't
niiix New Impmre.1 !
Banner Shuttle Sewing MacMne. ,
Simple. PiiraMe. Substantial. The ea?lc t fll
In the mirk. I'ri'-o on!v .V. . i
11KVANT M.OW ti !.. flen'I Kfiir. !
No. 1 Sixth (late SI. I 'lair) St.. ;
au'.'l. I'itt..l.urith. l'u.
ah i: th wati:ii it
Prnf. FOWLER'S GREAT WORK
lm M AMU Mill. WOM AMHMil. cn.l t heir
Mutual lnter.relatiiinx: U.ve. Its l.-.v. e..w.-r.e.
Si-iet for.-lH-linen paired uie I '-in-nlar-.. h itli r.-rin.
Ail.lrei.i N A Hi i.VAl. 1'L M.ISIU.Ni r 1 1..
i'hlla.b Iphla, 1'a.
77SLLS' CASEOLIC TAXLSTS
For COUGHS, COLDS & HOARSENESS.
They.; Tnblrt$ pn-ix-rit the A- I I in 4 ini i n:-1 i ii
j with otlier etti.-iint reun-.ii.-4. in a Mt-til!ir .rni. I.ir
i the cure of til 1 i.riil : ri-1 I. una lim', !! :wm--
neyy anil l'h-eraii..ii ot the Thro-it are intnicili.-ite-
1 ly r-licveil, anil rtate.itetiM an cinliintly l-emur
' i.-nt to tho proprietor of relii-l in e:iiicii ol Thril
: .niti'-niti.-ii oi year:, rtamnuif.
faull.ai. liont lie .le.eive.1 I.T w.tl.l.f irnita-
tlonf. (let aily Wella' I'arla.lie'la'iletr. I'ric
i j r Ihit. Si-ml nr clr ular.
JOH.Vtl. KKI.Uk). lHl'l itt St.. X. V.
Sole audit I-ir tlio tr. S.
al"ji A MUNI II ej.ilv hi.i.li- Kilh St.-ri. ll
anl Key I 'hii-k lii'en. S.iure in uh-r
1 nn.1 Sample.-, t- rtf. S. M.Np--m-cr. l;r:itth-i.iro 't.
a .lay to Aenl rellim; I 'ampai'a Uaili-.-V
NT lili an-l i Ji nti l.ri-u-t A. .--'ir! pin.'.
i.l plalc.l with phot. of Presi.li-n I t .n..l:iter.
Sample!, maileil iri-.-fi ryirt-nt... All- k.Vl kt'n..
WlCwlar Street, .New York.
HORACE CREELEY and FAMILY.
An ( ii'aiit 1 .iu t.ii in.;. rfrt iik n . . i'Ja in.
snt by 1 : )!". 'uiniMin I Si!W rr:t:it
H:nlt- inJ 1 ytvi "Zif, Siiinjil' lar .-t ?f ylt-. U i-1-iiUvz
ririt-. N-itcH. Jf., '. A. l.t aiifst, Y.xvstn
vrr. Is Jtpiailt"iV. .V. V.
I MY JOLLY FRIEND'S SECRET,
j I Mo It:w.ft' ww ami n-ntr-t Wirk U nu lr.!t:i n.'
I tiiiN-4!4. l.idt thU"uinl in (; -. , ii: iirlir
; fl Jill 1 (-tiiitin- minify. ArKTS W TKltv-
frywh.rf. iW. M ri.K. Tu' :i-hr.
TJ-'J Saiiuu St.. I'lniailtlf-Jiia.
; a (in-riM
! illlLal I IM tcr
lr -irr-ui.ir'-ami rieet i;il
rinf lnr-Mf-4 'h-II-in'i' Iip!jti-
fciFti'Ht eWlinir lt'k mt.
J. 31. ST'HIAKT S. CtK. VuhUfht-i
I A M O N D
I'O'.VEKIT I. nn.1 IJ'tlMiMU AI. HKATKUS.
.lamer A. I.iwin PaT'-nree.
I TAViilvTl' plMiMSHI vi O I Phi' ol'a P i
AGENTS to the Rescue!
Scatter tnithr amnns the i-.ipl. I; II 11 I; li-
Tx.lVCxZlnT .1 1. e ' l.r- rr
, ! '"- wanttoknow i.l In,,., .r i U
narorilrunkanl. rca-I thi- hook. Airetitaei.ii make
law w,ut-r i..r the n xt f.-w ,.i.iti. iiin-it.:... u
. . m.IIM.i MI1,i Wl. ,.,-erwheinii. i ..i
1 J;!"'.; v'ikim' pT hi "in "-
liarti.r l. .nn
. Ilts Look Here! great RUSH
rlhfSwy,Sn.THinx lllurtratea lalltionoi
' It fi fft ft A K I AnilAAF
a w v w l,w W I i W W W aW I
i Itecau-- it it the in.ist f i ji-Iti itli,.r .n,I .... h..lr
iu jirint. ami cfi-cN all in iikal eli--:iii- i- an-l low
price. Jn't -nt. piL-i .tinte,l paper. onlv aa.'m.
, eary wrth V- Ir a a-reat bit. ii;,-k:ii:.iia-t.
j Termr ot thi an.l . ur new p.ib!cr. a-.-nt .' pi.-ket
, t 'oniiiiion fret. Write to HuM-art I'.r.w.. PuU
j Hshcru, Til Sanroin Street, Plula.leiphia.
I AGENTS WANTEni';;.
! work on our irtori.ms cruntrv. JtW the re.-Bit..t 3
! vear lalnr. I.y J une, D Md.'alw. Jr.. the crJebni-
ted writer, an i U cutitleil
npi-, " 4- TJ -.1,1 1
A UU UTGtil JtvCp U DJL1C.
It i-ontalnr more intomiation than a iloien cul- p.
iia: lllum,t.-.l with over -Jjo wperw rntrr.ivn .
Irailapt.il r..r the w.min-4-a..ltie! cunitwiii, u l
.Ik.uI'1 lie nwueil bveverv voter. It rellr 'letter than
aw v other tnk ami p.. v. tn'tter to han.ll". K..r
tevni ami territorv. apiilv at on -e to w I I.I.I V
I!. EVANS k I i.."Pu!.lo.'u. rs Philadelphia.
elf feederlQ A S E
linprovetl. I arlialnl anil 1 nrqualed.
Rums any size cnal.
Ft EI.TT:. W ARK EX it '!.. WatrrS:. N Y.
,,t,ir(, i,r, which, um'.er the i-.tmlar name ol
n-tainr all I lie medical virluer iwiuli.ir tot lie plant
mid must he taken ar a permanent curative iiKciit.
bv deleicreour r-ere,ionr. proilncinif r-n.fnlou "or
Take.il liflikRA to cleanse, furifv anJ restore
the viti..e.lbl..-l to healthy acilm.
II. l tf .nil A f ln,nii a.- Vai..ii I iils.a AinA
Hon ir promptly aided, the rvstt-m Ik debilitated
wi.h U.s ol vital lore, poverty ol the IUikkI. Urop
rical Tendi-ney, I'encrul weakness or lassitude.
Take it to assist Hiirestion without reaction, il
will impart youthful viror to the weary sullcrer.
Itav you vtaknttn of the Inltittnri I lou are ,
In danirer of Chronic liarrha"a. or the ilrcaiilul In-1
llamnuliiiD nl the Umt'l,.
Take it to allay irritation, and ward off tendcucr
! to InflamnuttiiHir. .
i Hav tton treaknesx of th Vtrrine or I'rinary
are liable to rullertnir worse than death. I
T.L. It ,i. frnu-f lien i.rvmiu. tfriik....ca ..vlici
vrqanxr lou must procure insuint renei or you
j''lnalt'u'fcrtlhlhe frequently taken to keep the
t ryicni in wrien. iit-ami. or tiw, are otnerwise in
! rreat danyi-rof malarial, miasmatic or contagious
: JOH.V O.. KIXUMrO. la Plntt St.. New York.
oie A-ent lor the I niled Slater.
Price, One Dollar icr Hot tie. Send for Circular.
I hereby jrive noth-e that I have upninlcil Wed-
nerilay. the lsth dnv of Sei.teiiilr. Isei-oiid week
Court) toawunlthe premiums ottered bv me fur the
lhr-e l-est roll by my impurtc.1 English liralt
ll'lrse. I reilKert er.n-v rwrsirf. ..wiling e..lls hr this
h.s. t. ln.-u .1...... i.- v.i.iit...i.ui. i..
erret Imrou-h, at 2 o'clock p. m., .i tin-dav men
l CihswoIiI Ijinl.s. can i.rororo them at "auv
funlier uive notice that iarlie haviiur cnifair-
time. 1 still have a few pain, unsold, ami any -jr-
son desiriiiit to punliaro ran h,e an opportunity
on that day. PE'I'EU litl't'M.V, "
nnv of mv note that I jtave to Minim V'imllav,
Esq., fallinur duo on the 1st April, IsT.t. 1S74 and
lsT... of Four Hundred ami Forty lour Hollaraeaeh:
that thr money for iltose notes nild Hiram 1 in. I lay
aifreed to pay upon 'certnlr, mortiraes and"ju.l-4-nietits
un.ii the recordr ol Somerset countv. with
the three payment already paid him. each of the
amount ot 4444: that he has not applied the pay.
nients to satisfy the liens as he airree.1 to do: there
hire, I shall n..t tay any ot the iiymentr or notes
yet uiijutiil, until he raiistiea ami liav oil the lien
as he ha:i!rreed ami Is twrand to.ln. nnli-rseomiw-lll
e.1 hv law ro to do. A lilt All AM OKI'.
Wellcrslmix, Anmirt 'Jt. l!ri. epu-3t-
Tl.e riublie are hetvhv nirfiti.-.! n.it to inirele.ri.
Wlih ample Orouml and rlevant ltinl.liimr. st.at- ,
ted upas tone homelike ami attractive, ami well !
eiiiilpieil for thonuiKh edueatlnnal work, will oHn
the first Term of the next Academic year Scptein
her 41 h, l7i For Circulars, apply to
Aug. 7. ltov. C. R. L AN E.
riMiraiion. ami mat nnies rurtleleut rena
hown to the rontrary. the same will be irranled at
September Term, li7 J.
l'ith Auirtut, lf7'JL Prutinmotiiry,
XTOTICl! I--"" with
Is henby alvcu, that on the 17th day of July. . -.rM . joaBia' " H T
1H7A the me,ulK-ror:Honier' Evamreliel Luth-1 Mist r.M-rt kls aj . wlsr
eranChunhof Somersut Co., Pa., made applica- '. I f)( YIV X", LL'''".
tion to thetiourtotCommwti Plea fmrnehftrterof 1 VV .1 x k innrH11 rm.
Iiworporntkn. an.l that nnlem rutRrk-nt reason Ir No. 4ii MARKET ST., PHlLAi'rJ- ufflc,
Xew Ad VfrttWrnrnh.
ryilE SOMERSET Villi
m;mi;ovMj jfA.NY i,r
Tlw. i.r.r-r ll.mr 1. ..!.! .
purchii -e a new n.ply that SlliJicin "
HI. k Kl S are the b..,, ' X N "
lie hn. ahoa very Urate a..u,,, ,,,
. I t. A .V.M.7.T,
'rot ki.,; j ((iV
it ar try
In elmrt. any kiiel of WtKtl.K.N" t,ttl
u.ay l wanteil.
Pri.i it low awl all ;rle warruuiwi t,, u
thu ti.-.-t inaiuier an-l Iroin j.ure k 'k"
Kxainiue l.l. '.? U fore pur -ha-i,, ......
t.-rt li.thms. ' ''
w:.. s. moiso.w
K.I w. .
, l'l:M-e of huiii' i-ji 1 kiile
oiL) S p:. i, :.,
! Huff ' I , A T M A ( i V.Xf 'V n..
B.F.BROWN a CO
110 Sinithfield St., Pittsburgh,' Pi Jri
t'..eet r. n.ioir. Iuntb-'. IVIie M-.ne'-
S-. i:.l atten'i..n ail Iu ru'iele. M r, - -
In in.-. Appli.-:iii.aiK by mail a;ii-i;,i..
iini'lc in 'Nrrion.
i.- Ki-li A IIK'll 1'AM.i.H, ..:.
op. la-rlceiiv n. w. r ier.,rv i.ri'-e t-. ' ;.' tat
.ii..ii'e-r ,i, r.i-i-..ni-nnni li-l-nji
r.nu;ii.3 In prn-e tri.ni nn.l U,
'"'- '-r t., '
' "l "" rale pri.-. I all ami nam
'If A KIITTK lil.t vf "7
No. in Sixth Avenue, pin.,,, ,r. I jInJII
I S.iie Aaent for Prim e & liriani.
White Hats and Tainu
We wiil rnpplr l':iniilimf.rlrof .-.,'1 i, , ,,
Inner rat.m ban you can obtain them ..i-ai. IT
t'1.1 IIS.INU DKAf.EItSSt PPI.im, . v
A.i :r . He
CainpaL'n Supply (.. pitt-l i; i. t hh
Pennsylvania Fema.'e Collerj?. biam
- E.l R PITTKB I Bfi If, P.t., h9 P
IH-linhtmily liriti-i! nnf 'ii!lc?c Hi!l.awar f-i , n,
citvr rmokfl an.l noive. pnivi.lcs Firu.ru,,';' v
cu;iin( Ailvnntrqri fnryoonv la.lier. with ea-2 Vt.
teaching ami ciimiunn-j.-n-'e inanaKoment (
.Neit termwillopen W K1JM-S;A Y. Sep.. - WCar
11th. Pore;ita..2,ieani lortlcularr. ail.lrr. '" P.IIf
KKV. .1 a m km l'.f. At K, l. !.. Pr. ..
I :i TKts. Jamer Iuifliiin, Kev. W fi u
ar.i. i. 1 1.. Jii...... J. p. St. rre. Ker. W i f
Jar. Kinir. M. !.. Kev. S. y. Scivell rj.'v
Kkv. JAM KM I'.I.ACK. I. !.. p.... .
Wiliiti ik it u..H i. .i. f i '..
.... . .... ... .... ,. l,.K. W.-i. nun. J y
liea.1. l:-v. J.ilm (. lln.wn, 1). 1.
L R. NORTON,
I1' VI. UU IN
STATE A CENT
Jl'.HMTT tV .OOIIMl
ji:u i:ttv (.ooiimiv frc
II" Smilliflelil Street.
Oplmnite XfW flty Hall. riTTSIil I:
lul.". Si-n-1 for Illutnitv.! I 'atal-.ne.
I ,M - 1
American Button-IIole and yii
oVKiiSEAMiXfi i u.MPi.FTh ?ume
fcri'i! to ci.un' v nn
ltirA(TIT.i:i OK SOlHaVi
In tli. city at 1!kj lowr rt ra:, . ast W
Par-ii-viii the t 'unnt rv w?hin2
to pur-!,:,- Y --.v i
aniir. I Irir.lli-. Si-vriii' .M j.-hine-i. I Jin.- I.', i
X ur"ry ,.. Jewelry. Furniture. nentM
Hardware. Iirur ..:i..n.. le..k.Stati. t'.-n. i irjiltlil
llerv. I'.iria-iinu-.. )r i ;(. .v.. w i l i- u- fu;
t..scii.lt.. nr. AH! Willi rti...n witaa'.e "cu'
to eeonoiny, a? weli aiiia.-lo an I txtne-. ai, 1 imc tcatl fl
or ;ickaer h.r.tr.!e-l Ky Epres T ai;v ras Ca
the country. A II order promptly atteimc'i :'. . ii bink
satl-'ui'ti-n iruaraineed. Ail'ire-r. . .
i-ITTSlH ISt.II M Pl'LY 0. few i
r-p. u. l'rnvr.rncn. r..
JOHN WILSON SON.
uiiorrsn.i: c;iso t.i:.
A STEAM ENGIMi!
25 Horse-Power, tm
With Two Boilers. ixtemi
J. ki.':sytii HAKKisn.v. veckii
Aim. -v l amberlaail. 14 ran,
- - tockh
j ,.-h ..,. .,. FI , ,Krvrv Vid itie ha- v.- f its B
! fi'!, "'.""'oT Zv ""l11' Th lUaa
i i'" "'V1. v.'.ry. !:''t ?":! 'T "'".""e W
! Z. 7 r.V' ".iT. eT.i ,
i with t lie iiRichino.
...... . ... ....
F'T inl-'nujtH.u apply ti T adtlrt
o.S SiMli Slreel
I PolltlCfll CQmpOIo" THK
Grant &. Wilson
Greeley &. Broff Jlvaai
W f "IT aaaaa aj "V
' Ir A'r CA'P?, ( i A I H.UnOTijit
I & ? A ' -ti-
i V. '0"J
: " '
i'.. ...w ..n.i T..rrhe '--real
' ' ITPajme
Til WSl IKFMI IX IM
iniv i.uir..Hi(.i A.iir
' Silk. IhintlnaT arel Muslin Flaer f !' at m
I U 1 h I'urlr-illt up -mv il..i inA f..p :lil " ' I K .
hand or n.a.le t onler. Chinese Ijiiterw-J
ler and ri,l.r; Puiier Ifciliws. Virc tter' "'"(
: .v. C.iuipaiirii Club tittcd out at tie l'' end.
WM. P. SCnEIBLE S JT"
campaign deidt. -urtop
40 South Third Stn-ft riiilal 'r
SEND FtiR CIKl M L Mi
July 10, Ti
on of i
NO. 87 WOOD ST., PITTSUl Ki- fl
July 10, 7I.