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Somerset Herald. 3
Iiiii iif.iT U. 1172.
f Batter Wanted.
(.!ir Hi!'", .u.nc ua-i.
!,.. wi'! sl.ijiMil.
s ill's :;i fi l Jir'nv..
' .,r f.irm.T juiron:'.?'.
liT:ll l-il-UK Jlls.
i'll '.he stores.
.n at Dais i ilros.
.,; i;,.rs for
. 1 I a: Vis"'l"s.
..:i ..u liiecl lias a i-ol.l.
i,i::!h of l-.-apyear. The
,l :islcts. r &0.
:r.-d by Mar-hall
: sure i llie.
i VI "
like a charm.
a fearful snow
1 Monday hist.
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s Oe 11-
1 ui l
;(;n-co ).v i''.,;:'.l :
leiii'l a 1
. ;,! iilil-ine
,irLC s i;';1
ii..' i lo youii'i la-ty
!.nv a l iiile or hymn
s v.i. i si t News DejH.t."
! :il'!'e' li.r s:ile at the
of Cix.k A: I'eelilS
N liitTset. I'll.,
i:'..l cni:iii:e their ti;le
. iii-1-ils leit reeolil) d,
.I ;;!! 1,
lids of lininii id on
on ; Iro"s linimelit
. iM. of
: Aid (':c cam
this place, lias
j v. it h the tank
ai. to-n. D. S.
.ml im hut a heiping
.: i.-i.i.A in- n.r niii.ie
v. ) i , w ill ple.isc accept
aihnire greatly Mid take
e h:;!!i'some iron cornice
V. .). Peer's l.irge thn-e
lain str -et.
; price p::
furs, ;:1 :
Vi.- 1 iisi;:
. ;" horsi s hac MiH'.i ientiy
III the epir.o.itie to be of miieli
.- :: ii lise.;r.i nco the ( v.) s!:)
l i-rt, and ne is very lin ky if
- i iiuieli i:s a cart load hauied.
tingdiin thieics uboslnie Pi7
: r w ine lIiiilhs:l;ro.ili:irrei!el.
.I ::tii.n :iL':d::si each other,
en ai :c:-!i il, and will in
I 5 ; go t!e in nili ntiaiy.
;-..M i 1 which are llemocnit-1 lice.
II. liiiblii an and two cluim !
iy. bit week, a pair
aiiiiine who n-joici1
i Ijoin1. It was n:ei-t
-- - ! winter.
' h Iii.
i months anil V
i.n.l lour month
eople f bathing 'pliie
the out look for a pleasant
i '.ays. One of the neecssa
ler ssiighin ptiriies is l'ikmI
:ei.'. present indications thev
lv to r,-'-o er snilicictit to be of
be', ni: i ni: to Captain
Si-.lp Level a few
:i't the pizootie that
captain is too happy to
i.iislbrti'iie. '.-pe. ially
Mi r. .?- I
r aiid il v.
of li'!'.;;i i n the
:.. t.. v. . w.
" I'f I'mir.
t''i'- ttmaliv ol the world ! It
.i' !v pri-itiit yo'.ir lamps from
! ;ii:r lamp biime y from
Hi i.K A r.-:;-ctable
.ii ! ..id l.e:,l:h wants a i-omfi.ria-"i".
w-'h i'.re and plain board, at
' " N.ut.e i!:i- price )f Iriiaid a
"';-ii" ; . I!etetnee given if
' rite :,:; ., -.'.iatel v to S. Mere
'': i v. Pa. ' 2t..
III! v iv V. hnjve ii'ir friends
r' ' t to :h' .-, u ill not iliii to
Mentliin-.r of interet whh'h
lli 'I'ill.ll!eii;t. lil-illborllOiHl.
! "ii . mer and we now ieire to
r iii!e.'e;ii..j; to inir reader
':';t i!(-c ,,f u l
Y'"H ol a ii. s t,-.il wi.stlel'tiiitelv.
'"r !-reii,i.p,ri!v, setlh
""i:g in. ii j..:t :,,. liuiitlnd ami ' neighlKira, increlv
'T aljint tiu lve inehes of
Ullage nhii-li tliev l'.;.! cut
'-!ivI hoi:.).. Hat her'
', i"e;:gb skin, pim
nil. hi: ', other II-
, am! the l-Vin nccle
ing the Ji Ml l..;
itiM-ll, llazald iV
iain lo get the Jan
:.re many Morlh
h cni.i;i,n:i tar.
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. I!e l er
, i. ! I.i re
' :t it
lli'els, ( K
iii ver s
s' irm; :
' I.iill s.
li Hollers, Siap
,:- Sl.Htgcs, A ire
Ste;i I.-'f'.di rs in
;!! in the
. Store for
siir' i n, Aitisiie and
-'e al.,j j.tt
ui ii..- ni.imieo! U I
" tae l i.aini.nil. i,ii
'"r to che le!t, me low
1 J'l'ompliy attend to the
f ion in i;il i.s vari.fiis
ir i r
gr.rtanieil to live
' ''" mid cl.
Tin-: wlmlr of ili first nmi l.mttli
verV fiiloil wii'.i t!i' rrcsHicnt s
JIkn nn.! Ims' olo'.liin.sr. up tduirs in the
M:i:hiiii'1i lil.n"k. I waul to ilisjiosa of
my entire w.l'l tin- if .Jiuumrv.
Hil l ill n'll Kt vi rv 1"W rules ; us i have
Veil ('.iKipi'ii:i''i! jrc-ttiu. in my roms,aiii'
l;it in;r a liir.ii! tiK-k of winlvri-lalliiii.ninl
Ri':iso;i Cir lM'llt, will sell Ihclll -ht-li),
recti chcxp. nithiT tlinn Imlil litem for
i,:i'illicr wason. Those in ni'iii will tl.i
well to ttivc me a call. . J. II. Pl:-i:i..
Tiikkf. is so much said and so little un
derstood iilKiut the f-'w of nails, that the
filljwirnr statement will lie inten-stin,
r in ' tlie leni'h in ini-ties fiir each num-
la-r !min il.n e ni nnv to t v.entv iHnnv.
13 H.nnv, 1 iuch: 4' penny, lj inches; 5
r.tnnv, p inches; 0 penny, i incnes; i
tnnv, 2i indies; 8 pennv. 2 wt lies; 10 1 oeticr even innn was expectM. AlUigelU
! pennv 3 inches 12 penny, 3 inches: 20 j er the Company employ thred hundred
! pciin'v! 8 inches. ' land fifty workmen, and hope soon to in-
Lsst Tue-lay evening as a party of
j voiiti? et'iitleinen iKianims hi tuu "iaie
i "House." were starting awav in a sled, the
.. . ..it.
llarrre XewfonndlaniV do-:, owned by Mr.
! Nauirle, the proprietor, ran alter them,
j sprang t'.on the sled, and seized one of the
i !i iiilemen, Mr. Ion'dorf, bv the lesr, in-
flii-tinx a severe ami very ii!;lr wound
Pr. lieaehley was summoned and dressed
the wound. Ihtlr Citi lU(rd.
At a meet im: of the stoekhohh r.s of the
Pittsburgh and Cinnellsvillc HailnxiJ held!
in Pittsburgh on Monday last the tollowinzi
named pentlemi n were' cleeti-d Directors
for the ensuring vear : AVin. S. llissi l, t.
L. Fetterman, ri'itts!urgh ; Cyrus Mey-:
vr ot Somerset : lluirh Sisson. II. O.
ii kerv, Wm. II. Perkins, Israel Cohen,
John lonni!l Smith, Vim. Kevscr.t liaiies
Wied, Wm. ISaMwin and (ieorge It. Ien -
n: of Maryland.
At a met ting of the new Boanl, Mr.
Wm. Keyser was re-elected President ; Mr.
K. K. Ilyndman, Ceneral SuiK rintendent,
r.n.l Mr. C. Donnelly. Treasurer.
Damf.i. . HautM n, of Oley town
isliip, Berks county, exhibited, at the office
jof the Reading ni'ji Tim, one day last
w eek, a red nbbit, w hich he t-hot in Earl
! township. The animal ib entirely dilfer
ient Iroiu the grey species, having a beauti
i tul yellow coat i f fur boiderimr on red,
w ith w hite belly and breast. The hair is
! much finer and softer thau the ordinary
! rabbit, and the animal much handsomer,
i though a'x.uf the fame size. Mr. II. states
', that there is a brood of rabbits in that vi
i iuity of the same kind, that they are wild
1 er than the ordinary rabbit, run like a fox,
'and make a splendid chase, outstripping
the fleetest dogs. Mr. llartman intends
(in- m-)-ii-. vej;. .'ii. jiuiiuiiiii tiin mi j
i stiiTmn: the specimen be has obtained, as !
; a curiosity,
" Two men were sei-n by the railroad cm-
I A scnscKiuKit asks the New York Jour- j plovecs to run up the hill into the woods
!;,( f Commerce tlie question : "Is a j unii disapH'iir. It hassin,ebeenasccrtain
' note written in p-ncil, aiid signed in i tlint thi-se men were using the car with
j cil. letalr" The Jotiriml answers in 1lio tlic intention of throwing it off the track
I afiirmative. Story on Promissory notes, (one j when the train came in sight, but were
of our highest ai!horiiiis,)in his lirst itra-; unable to do so and In cline so frightened
! graph touching the requisiti-s of I he form ; that they fled the s;ot. Fortunately no
; of ol ligation, declares that n promissory i injury was done other than the destruction
I note must be in writing, cither in ink or 0f the truck, but it was only a chance shot
! pencil ; that is to say, the signature of the ! ti,a ti10 (M,r was nt thrown" from the track
promisor must l.e so ; the body of the note dow n the embankment and all on Ixiard
may U- prinled." This is conclusive ; but killed or injured. Boys cannot be too
the courts in a gfcat many cases, and with-! careful how they travel on the railroad
on! a dissenting judgment, have continued : track.
i this rule. A note promising to pay a cer-:
' amount of money is merely an evidence of j s ,.u ,,f n fainiei' club at which to
: indiMiiIness. and a note wilhotit Ihesinna-; diuss the licst methinls of fanning, of
tme is giKKl, if there is evidence that the producing the most grain to the acre, and
j promisor intended to exivute it, that isioj,e ii,iisanil and one topics on w hich so
i siv, wiji the ailditioiial evidiine mention- much information is to lie derived, we pro-
el. 'i he note is prima facie evidence of in- ,HSe on and alter the lirsl of January, 1S73.
' de'-tediiesp. i devote lit h'.ist three columns' of the
I --- v j Hkkalu to iigr'cultural and horticultural
, A DK.i.iiiin i i I. Srnrisisi:. Ijuhes
i wimse laces are clouded by superficial dis- j 0f Simerset county to discuss these inqiort
ico'ionit ions and ho have resolved to try ! ant su,jects throiidi our columns, so that
' l!agiin"s Magnolia Bulm sis a remedy, have ,le o.mmunity at' large may thereby be
: no idea of the wcVome surprise, they will j htnelitted. We shall Ik- pleased to receive
! riirive from thi ir minors alter a few up-1 aniclcs at once, original ones. preferred, but
; plications of that healthful purifier of the jf anv f vou U.K any article that you think
complexion, if at ail excitable, they will j y,-iiU) interest and benefit our readers you
; scream villi nipt ure. on beholding the ! will confer a favor bv sending us the same
; change. Whether the bleuiish it is iie..ir ' Tor publication.
! eil to remi ve, the s;i'.i-,vui s,bli,ti lies, pin;-j '-hc various modes of enriching and
iples. freckles, roughness, or an unnatural cultivating the soil, ot rearing horsia, cat-Jp-illor,
it islniund t. ilisapjK-ar nmU-r the tie and fcheep, of manufacturing butter,
! tonic operation of this wonderful agent. MIe.r ad molasses, of clearing land, mak
j To say liiat the blemish ilisapiH'ars. d.s j ,;, Ftone. rail or anv variety of fence, and
I ii i'.. however, iniivcy any idea of the ef- i,l!n,!red kindred topic c-an be discussed
j I'-ct pr.-ilueed by this celebrated benutiiier. 1 w itli prolit and pleasure.
The unsightly tinge, whether ditluse-l over i j)(Il t pe uflaia to tell other men what
the wlMile countenance or in sHts, or i vo!l, j,mnv n u,,, nubjiH-ts, but write
patclK-s, is rejil..-eil i.y a mutorm, jiearly j
.-.' s iji irts eight weekly blix.ni, to which no description can do j
m' -p.'. .".i :. 11 subjects and lieu-j TitE Watei: Woisks. The recent fold j Locke's National Monthly is the ti-
I snap has interfered with the progress of j tie of a new Literary Magazine published
; ditching and laving pijN'H for our new wa- by IM-ke & Jones, Toledo, Ohio. The
ee, r have been found i.cad j (,.,. W(KS. J Jilt for this we cu!d rcasona- j first number, dated Dei-emlier, 1872, has
i.i il.:- wemijy, tiiiised. it is ; ,.. j,.ivc expected that the ililchin; would j been received. It is a neat and handsome
tiie same i'i-e;.,e that has l;lve bei n almost if not altogether com- j magazine, of 48 pages mailed to subscrib
" ' :i.:l'V;!" ''.,;,,,-S "!! !,i( w,'s" i pleted by this lime. As we intimated some ' ersnt 1.00 er annum, and sold in the cars
-'. , ! iii) j.ror,l. a;ri) tjl( w.,ter coiiimi.-ioners wereal j and in the lmnk stores for ten cents a nnm-
most at the end of the stung (or want of f
funds to carry on the work. Sim-e then. !
however, William Hart'v, Ksii., has tken i
leu thousand tl illat's oi the
water bonds. :
. .... i .....i s.hm.ii in.iut j and aiil over tlie money, wliiin iniin-s,
'."..' e r. .i.i. j t ue completion ot Hie work. It there lie
; anv thimr like reasonable weather for out 1
oei l.ooK . 'door work, the Water otumissiouers are j
N mm:. jud.Ks . . : dclermined to run the water into the pres-1
i . hi at .'inier s Drug iV l.ooK I ent resi rvoir on Crave! Hill, licfore ihe :
llvnm Books and all j Holidays, which, v. hen done, will give us
I a I l 111
ul supply .f w ater for the coming
.Next Spring the water will la;
:i: st.irieil onVMoni.ay ei.nveved to different parts of the town
V.'ot. i n 1'ciiitcniiaiy : through new pijas larger than the present
emeu senieiiced to cm- (me.-. (iiizitit.
:ibr;hment Cutln-nter! - ,
I Thk t'o'lowing from the Coliimot.-i Sjiif
j hi:s lite lu.ii so s.jiiai'ly on the head that
we can't retrain Isnin giving il to our read
,ers: The pi-bliei ,,rii-.;',ii.!;s, stx-ictiesund as
. sociatiiMis. generally have a funny notion
a!ut pi inters, 'l hey think we ought to
print, pull and punlish all for nothing
that is, free gratis. In other words, Uiey
'.-rim astonished if we ask half price only
liir publishing an obituary notice, ard of
thanks, tribute of respect, a K-rsonal com
munication, or anything else that only in
terests a few 'rsons, and not the general
riiiiVr. They think it -sis nothing io
advertise, pull", ct.'. They forget that it
tnkcs money to pay the -iinaisitoii to
buy pjk, type and paper and, lastly, they
lorgci. even. t' thank you for working for
n-.tliiirr, by gratuitously pidllng theirl'iisi
ness ni sen in r the public. Did you ecr
hear of tinylttaly or any corora1ioi) thank
ing au editor for what he had done ! liliese
one of the fir
i in ;ai:i:i:t Corsvv
-t dai's of the win k, Mr. Ed.
Tiiggart ami another ginth limn of Swan-;
ion were i.ui iiiir.inig, nitviiig wun mem
Mr. 1 . s little bull dog, a ginal hunting an-
Alter lii ing out some time w ithout j
mii'ting w i:h mui h success, the dog who
had been "six n'ing" around for some dis
ri.mv, i-.tme running past them at full sjci.-il
and I atily terrified. Titc cause of this
fright v.as explained in a second by the
sudden appearance of four wild cats in
! i:liiil ot the do. The gentlemen at
n::ir liii-w ui llieir rilles iind shot two of
the uufiviiictt felines ill nil ; the other two
iscapci! la ltue the dose of ivili r und lead :
i-ouiil lie tciiiiend them, ihe Oog was so !
badly scaled that he did not return to his j
m ;si r until called ami whistled for rcjicat- i
edly. He h;:d sevclal M-ralchis on his j
back from the claws of one of the cats.!
Mr. Taggart mid his companion carried '
loHiishitt. Jt ..! a their slriiiige game home to show to their ,
in. I not to con vert into '
steaks mid suPWs !
It isn't every hunter who run have the
li'.ck to shisit a in ild mt, and it is not every
one tithcr that cares laut meeting these
tialigerous laaulies of the forest. Timt.
Sai and Srii)i:.N Dkath. Our neigh
lairin? rommuiiily of Clear Ilidge was
startletl on Tuesday morning bv the Intel-' tl
ligemx of the sudden death of Jason Mc-j
Daniel, under very iHi-iiliarcircumslaiii-cs. I
The arlictilnrs,' as nrar as we can get !
ihem. ure as follows : Mr. M Daniel lu:d :
bun away from home with the tesm on I
Momluy. " At u'io!;f 4 o'clock in the after-'
noon he passed by Chi rry Crove, on his,1
rt tiirn, he stoiped for a short time at the j
store, made some purchases and seemed in I
hi.s usual good health aiid spirits. At fun-1
rise on Tuesday morning bin team was!
found standing by the roadside within !
about three fourths of a mile from his I
home, the wagon being caught last to a !
tree, ami the lody of Mf. Mc Daniel h ing j
in the wagon, stiffened by the cold and uu-!
onseious. He whs conveved to his home i
!idlr. E. .J. Miller quicklv summoned.
I .Jt he win, beyond the reach of medical
ski'.l, and life became extinct at 11 o'clock
litl i llestlav l-veliimr tin, j vi-nt. ,,l'l,il
' '"i; 1 ennui e;I V ecu Ii rei,.:iinu ,i .re II.. ....o
hale, i us
" . - . ,,, , ,-, , , , , IV , UB
very ,.. t an , peaianci s, u hearty man. His j
mid- w ile was h ing i-U k at the time, and though i
ii'iguiem J at ins imusal r.l sebee, t-Iie could F ii 11, pnxxss awarded lor delendant.
itU get out to give the alarm. Mr. McDiin-i Com. vs, Alex Shultz and others Iro
lcl w as a young man of not over 2H ycais, ! cess awarded for prosecutor and defendant,
a good citiA ii and a realoiw Cbribtian. lie ! Com. vs. John T. Haney, A & IL pro
leaves a wile and three small children to ! cess awarded for iirosccutorand defendant.
rpi-s rioueratc. j mourn his B.tialfvr1 (luzitte.
Sciwoi. Kkwauds. Ki-wartts of Merit
and nil kimls of 1hmI;k, at Miller's Drtiu
ami BiHik Store. also jiens ami a full
(Uh-. of I'liiistiiius 'pirnls.
OoAl.of an excellent quality can bo luul
at Siiitziiiun's lunik, a short iliilanee south
east of the lxirouiili. II. Housefelt. will
atteml to the measurement, and is authoriz
ed to receive money therefor. From and
alter the 11th Dercmlter, persons taking
eiil in leas .quantities than twenty l.ushcls
will Ik- required to pay cash, unless by
. (iixty Chinamen arrived at Heaver Falls
on Saturday, tlirectly from China, under
the supervssioa of Ah Chuck. These
make the numlier at present erurmrcd in
: the Heaver Falls Cutlery Works one bun
! "red a lid sixty. The experiment is alreadd
iiuim.muh:to a suitvss, mc v. iiiiiamen uuing
tuu XlUllimT. Ail'IISlC laillUKD
have been put up for their use near the
cutlery w-orks, and the vcllow-baked clay
John Chinamen are said to be contented
! ' happj-
A MoitTflAOE to cover four millions of
IkmkIs, piven by the State Line and Juniata
liailroad couiiiany, has lMi-n entered oij
i record in the Kecorder s otllce in this place
I Mr. Swic informs u that the paper has
; already Ihi-d reinrded in the counties of
! Huntingdon. Fulton, Frankliu and Cum-
Krland, and will Ik; hi all the counties
throuch w hich the road is to pas. It is
: siirned by (Jeorgw Scott. President, and
("has. M. Siter, Treasurer. lrt True
! We understand that this road, nn aceount
of which we published in the Iltn.u.l) of
two weeks ago, is to lie extenctea to tne
' conl fields of o'.tr cwiinty.
i CossrxirTiTEs. IIf.wake ! The person
w10 is continuiillv fading away, and when
an the functions of the lwdy are impaired,
!aml a harassing cough iscohtinually wear-
! inn away human energy and human life.
That wonderful medicine of Dr. Keyser's,
known as Dr. Keysor's Lung Cure, will
lie sure to arrest the disease and carry it
out of the system. We care not whether
the Lunis. the Hronchia, or any other of
respiration are affected : it is equally cura
tive. Its principles of action arc fully dis
cussed in an essay of thirty-two pages, is
sued from Dr. Keyser's oilice, 1!7 Lilierty
street, Pittsburgh," which will lie sent by
ma!!, free, to all w ho desire it.
Ox last Saturday morning, as the train
on our branch road was wending its way
to Mineral Point, while turning a short
curve UWIUl WlrCC I1I1ICB 1111B Mile, lliu fu-
rrj,,,. ran jnio a truck car thnt was standing
on the track anil RnocKM it to piei-es.
pursuits and cordially invite the tanners
vmr ei.nvictions from exix-rience in the
icst way you can, and if they need any
coi nit ions we will make them.
her. I he table of contenta takes a wide
ranire of tonic and cives the reader irrcat
variety in story, sketch, essay, poem and
.Mr 1). K. lyixke coiilinues a two page
ixM'tn. "1H'u-1"i 1, touching the war tier
id of the Nation's life, and a story in his
best vein. "The Misiuthmiic." The
reader w ill also recognize the humor and
sniril i haractiTmn"- l!ie bitter in nliier nr.
tides. The longer stori.ts, "The Story of
a Love that was not Blighted," by Cconre
Wainwright. "A Woman's Face, or, The
Emotional Kx'iiciiceof a loung Artist,
bv W. II, Frankinstene and the "Phantom
Ship," are exciting, are fresh and are out
of the common line, i our pages are c.e
voted to "Humor ol the I'av, ami two
paves to "Editorial Notes."
The new monthly is, in shorl. a first
class, high toned. Literary Magazine, fully
uh to the stamiiinl ot the lour ilollar month
lies. Specimen copies w ill lie sent by the
publishers on receipt of ten cents. The
monthly stalls oil' with a list of ten thou
sand subscriliers, and promises to lie
Court lulled on Monday at linlf past one
o'clock. Hon. Wm. M. Hall presided dur
ing Ihe week. ChamlMTS Huston, ot Som
erset, was designated us foreman of the
in the lol lowing cases ine it rami Jury
returned a "tme ill :
l.im. vs. ii. r. Winner, bnr'glarv, on
information of Alex Walker.
t orn. vs. W. llctiry I lark, liurglary, on
; information of S. P. Philippi.
j Com. vs. W. Henry Clark, burglary, on
ttilitnii'if ion or .losj'Oll lliirllllnn
I'oni vu Jtj.ili Demiisev. siHltii'tion.
all(j v & yt n information of Sarah Fount.
(,. vs. John Fidh-r, assault and bat
.. ii,.,,i i v,ii,,it a nur im infor
.,.,: f David Yonnkin
Com. vs. ( has. Lewis, assault and Lat
tery with intent tocommit murder, on in
formation of John Fidlcr.
Com. vs. Ceo. Curley. malicious mis
chief, on information of David Voiinkin.
Com. s. W. F. Carpenter, raj, on in
formution of Uhiala Emery.
Com. vs. John T. Mcllarrcy, A & B, on
liiformation ot Henry Valelitiue.
The following inses were tried
t:,. vs. J. H. Dewees, conspiracy, oil
information of Win. Bowman, verdict not
itVr Illul prosecutor and defendant each
Ji, Jmlf the costs:
om. vs. Samuel II. Wiimer, burglary,
( om vs. jl,.nrv Clark, twocases.do,
...r.liw mtillv in laith (elindanl senieiiced
to Kinieiitwry lor 2 years and 4 months.
Com. vs. John t idler, A & li with in
tent tocommit rape, verdict guilty of A &
B, defendant sentenced to pay a f.ue of f-1
Com. vs. Charles Lewis, A & B with in
tent to commit rape, verdict guilty of A
A: B, defendant sentenced to ikiv a tine of
Com. vs. W. F. Carpenter, ruie, verdict
guilty of A & B with intent tocommit
niie, and defendant sentenced to penitcn-
tiary for 1 year and six months.
In the following cases the District Altor-
ney.l.y leave of court, entered a A'uLPro:
i'0111. vs. W. 11. Wilton, Ai B,.on in-
formation of Jaiinett Manning.
' Com. vs. Dan'l I'ugh, A A; B on infor-
mat ion of Joseph II Voder.
Com. vs. Jas. Lyons, fraudulent voting,
on infuiination of J. P. Miller.
( nm. vs. Lot Hush, A & B, on informa-
lion of P. Ii. Beach.
Com. s. Sain'l Nichola and heirs, false
arrest, on information of Mary Wheeler,
by leave of court, defendant discharged.
Coin. vs. Joanna Ncvil. surety, on in
formation of Alice Mullen, case heard and
delendant bound over to keep the peace,
Com. vs. He U-tii C'oleman. 2 cases, pro-
awarded for the uroseciitrix. Dorah
Com", vs. Joseph Deiniisey, seduition.and
Com. vs. Amos Fritr, A & 11, process
awarded for prosei-utor and defendant. Honoiu fall fust and thick upon Colonel
Com. vs. Silas Lyon and others. A & H, John A. Lemon, of Holidayshurg. lie
process awardeil for prosecutor and II. 'sides laiving lieen elected State Senator
Coleman. j from that district, he has just been atiiioia-
Com. vs. Anna Dorah All miller, selling
liquor to those intoxicated, recognizance
The balance of the cases on the list were
In the following cases the plaintiir took
a nonsuit :
A. W. Walter vs. Margaret Shultz.
Henry Thomas Weld vs. John Xeffand
Dan'l Moslollerrs. Harrison Caselieer.
State Hank v. John Enfield, trktl and
verdict for defendant.
(ieo. Ncvil vs. Wm. Morgan, tried and
verdict for plaintiff for 0:1.
John Boucher ts. DetrichTriimx-v. con
tinued at cost of defendant.
John Holland vs. Jones Shanlev & Co..
Same 1 P. Snyder vs. Leopold Bros.
The ImliMicc-of tho cases on the list were !
Jas. Kinunel vs. Dan'l Mostoller, tried
and verdict for plaintiff for $12 82.
A. Shearer vs. Roddy & Findlev, tried
and verdict for plaintiff for 143 60."
A. Shearer vs. Roddy k Findley, tried
and verdict tor plaintiff for $825 97.
Jont. Emerick vs. Rixldy & Findley,
tried and verdifi for plaintiff for $:557$ art.
Samuel Fox's use vs. L. A. Turncr.lried
and verdict for plaintiff for $427 OS.
Wm. Trent vs. Dunham & Fox, tried
and verdict for plaintiff for $UWI 71.
Wm. McCnrty vs. Riley ifc Herrington,
plaintiff takes a nonsttit.
Adam Shaffer vs. Riley & Herrington,
plaintiff takes a nonsuit.
Michael Sullivan vs. Riley & Herrington.
plaintiff takes a nonsuit.
Jacob Prevere vs. Win. Hoblitzel.defen
dant confessed judgment for $:J3 8:tJ.
Jlicob Prevere vs. Bruce Hoblitzel, de
fendant confessed judgment for 33 83 j.
The balance of the cases on the list were
continued. Court adjourned on Thursday
of the first week anil Wednesday of the
second week. All the cases ready for trial
having been disposed of.
To tlie Tcitcbera, Kcbaol Dirrrtont, and
Frienala mt Induration in Somerset
The Somerset County Teachers' Insti
tute for 172, ill be held in the Court
House, in Somerset, commencing Monday,
the 21 of December at 2 o'clock and clos
ing Friday, 27th, at 11 a. m.
These institutes are now permanently es
tablished by law, for the purpose of afford
ing teachers an opnrtunity of receiving
instruction and manifesting their zeal in
the profession. All the actual teachers of
the County should be present, whether
they are granted the time or not. It Ls
suggested that in the future, that the time
spent at the County Institute, by teachers,
be taken into consideration in making cer-
tiliciitts in the Practice and Theory of
School Directors, inasmuch as the com
pensation paid to our teachers, is not equiv
alent to that paid by our neighlioiingcoiin-
ties do grant your teachers the week or at
least a portion of the time; they will return
to their laNir stimulated and encouraged,
and will do vou better service.
Organization ; election of oflicers ; ad
dress of welcome L. C. Colliom ; re-
siunse by meml-crs of the Institute.
The following teachers wiippreiare re
jiorts on subjects of their own selection :
E.J. Miller. Ceo. Countryman, W. II.
Itink, J. O. Griffith, John M. Weakland,
II. K. Musser, D. A. Berkev. J. S. Snv
der, F. K. Collairn, A. F. Swank, F. D.
Bruckman, J. C. Kendall. Frank Kiauitz,
J. E. Mason. William IiifieliL C. B. Cotk,
The following lady teachers are npjioint
ed essayists, selecting their own subjects :
Emilia J. Fisher, Mary Schcll. Annie
Stutzman, Hattie Krissinger, Lizzie Kx8
er, Ellen Snyder, Tula Boyd, Orcelia Fer
ner, Hose Huston, Binnie Sinison, Kate
Snyder, Kate Shombcr.
The follow ing assignments are made :
Orthography in our common schools
Non attentlance at school Fred Grof.
Incitement of curiosity as a means of ed
ucation J. 1). Meese.
Unconscious teaching J. B. Whipkey.
Calisthenics Lillic Stutzman.
Little Things P. 8. Fisher.
The teacher's daily preparation J. C.
We reap what we sow Jac. D. Miller.
How teachers may help each other W.
" What are the prominent causes of failure
in teaching 1 opened by ll. J. Voder.
How can we licst secure parental co-op-
cration? . or man .vtusselman.
How can our schools lie made more cllr-
cientt W. II. Banihart.
Should a teacher keep a class record ?
J. E. Herr.
How shall we tmch History? Harrv
Any other subjeils relating to education
may be discussed, if presented by the Ex
The following named lecturers and in
structors are invited lo Ik- present :
Prof. C. L. Ehltiifeld, of California
Slate Normal School, Washington county ;
Prof. II. I. Courier, of Pittsburgh. W.
II. Fisher. Stipt. Bedford Co., iter. R.
Smilh, Dr. D. P. Wellley, and others.
Miss Hose A. McCleary, of Pittsburgh,
will give daily instructions in Elocution
and Heading. She will also give a public
entertainment on ettnestlay evening.
The Somerset Academy "Glee Club"
will furnish music for the Institute.
Miss I. illie Stutzman will give a public
class drill in Calisthenics, on Thursday
evening prepared for the occasion. Teach
ers u ill prolit by !tcnding.
Friday will lie Directors day, and sub
jects of interest to I hem will be discussed.
or questions regulating to their duties an
swered." A general invitation is extended to teach
ers, school oflicers, and the lriemls ol edu
cation in every art of the County to lie
present and help drive the wheel or pro
gress. D W. Will.
Ulaile, l'a. iSov. S2tl. I 'in. SupL
We had the pleasure of visiting the I'r-
sina School, taught by our mutual friend
M. D. Lichhter, and found the school un
der the U-st id'llisciphne. W'e also found
the Harnedsville Schisil taught by Deca
tur Wellley, in the U-st of order.
ItYv. Mitchel and 1'ev. Tridas are con.
duiling a I'nion protracted meeting in the
Lutheran eliurch in I rsin t. liev. jihtchel
preached Friday evening- subjwt "Fray
A fire, a few days since, occurred in the
house of Mr. J. II. Frantum, near Pinker-
ton tunnel, consuming liedtling and wear
ing apparel to the amount of near $300, lie-
fore the name could lie extinguished.
The I. O. of . F. of I rsina. seem to
be in a flourishing condition. We under
stand our Brothers in Confluence will or
ganize a Lixlgc at that place, on Thursday
the l-'lli inst.
! are told that some or our voting
friends contemplate matrimony sian. IIoie
ye editor w ill be lavored with a slice of the
cake.and that your correspondent will have
to carve the turkev.
We can't immaginewhy tlie busiiuss
men of Ursina and Conllueiicc are in such
a splendid humor unless thev have adver
tised in the IIlkald.
Making a hasty visit to our sfster town.
Confluence, we found the citizens, despite
the epizootic, in the lx-st of spirits.
Our friemls M. A. ltoss & Son, O. A.
Black and Mountain, all seem to lie as con
tented as rats iu a granary. We found
Mr. J. D. Vanhorn, as pleasant and agree
able as of yore; -he says McUoozlcr still
Our friends in Confluence who have not
forgotten the school directors of Lower
'C... i. ....i...... ..i.: i... .i.:..
luinrjimii iwn iiemji, indite mm iai i l
quest to the said board.siinply a "cruin irom
the rich man's table." Will said directors
hearken unto this last appeal in behalf of
the educational interest T and purchase
"that little shed," formerly known as the
Union liailroad Station House to be used
as riaiin No. 2 of the grade school. Haid
building can be bought low tor cash. Call
on the agent.
Yours in the midst of the Epizootic,
ted aid to t!ov. tteary, with the rank of
Colonel. Well, nil we have to say about
, the latter is, that the (iovernor never in-
dulged in better Lemon aids since he join
ed the tcmx;rance society. Even a "lly"
in it would scarcely improve it. Ciimtriu
JOHNSON McAFEE. By Elder E.
Bevins, at his resilience, on the 28th of
November, 187.1, Mr. Koliert Johnson to
Miss Maggie McAfee, lxrth of Smiersct
FISIIKItSPAruV. UvC. A. Brant,
J, P., John C. FUher to Callmrine
Spaugy, of Somerset township.
DAVIS. Deecmlicr 5th, by B.
jvncpixT, lieniamine iwvis to Anne
Davis, lioth of Allegheny county, Md.
Caption, Evorv sronutne Imx of
Pr. McLAXE'S LIVER PILLS
bears tlio signature of FLEMIXO
IiltO.S., rittslmrIi, IV, ami their
private United States Stamp. ' Take
no other. "The market is full of iini
a ti ii.
Willi lt Kluuray ntlrnitontj, luw piliiis. di.pn'fis
i:n. inviluiitai'v .tulvluii9. Iuii uf noini'n. gucrttio.
j ti.rrha, of tNinrcr, dlxzy tieu'l. loftfti,t iiipiius
ry. sun inn-ait'iieii iw innn mi l nmieriuiv. nnl
a Horrrriirn cure In Humphreys' Ilnaieojiathlc
.-wiiic .. iwriiiy-r.iKiu. t;iinx.iea ul the
ui'iAt vnluiilile mil. I ami Htent i 'unitlv, I hey
Ktrike at one at thenml ol the nintUrr, lone m the
Bysti'in, nrrv.it the diwharnes, ami liniart viur
iiii.l i.ueri(.v, tile an.l riUilily tuthcrntirj uiiui.
l hey have eurisl llinusuivlni.f caos. I'rler, &A vt
Kii-k.itfe ill live lMOfcfl ami a lunfii rial, whirti in
vi:ry iiniH.rtant in iiliiiiniitn ir ol.l cam1, orl tKr
kiiikio ii)ix. :noiu iiv an iiru;ritistn. an. Dent t.v
mail on mt-liit of nri-n. AililrrimHt'MPII l KYsi
SPKlUFIU 111 M a H'ATH lO M EUll.'lN K ! .,
iw- oniaiiwav, Aew 1 nrK. nnv. IX
"Kir sale by K H. Marshall, .Soincraot, l'a.
IVrrwtoil wrckly Ly A. J. Caskheeb & Co.
Apple, .tried. f
A..li lmlli.r. W t;al
Huckuhral. biulit l yl
Heefwax. V i :
Bacon, iilHiuLlers, j' B,
Cnni, ?t !iuin-I
I'uni meal B
Call tkliia. S
Kiritu, V iini
Kleur, V lil.l
Hui.-v.-il y bu., (a ft)
L"al Iht, rwl ml, ) ft
natj. ji i.u
I'lilalia'S, V Im
I'eiu-lic. urifil, V ft
live f t'U
Sail, Ni. 1. Mil ,
Suif.ir, yollnw f ft
Tallow, W ft
W'lieut, p bu ,
Wool. V ft
. ." &IIC
OKPHAXS' COURT SA I
VALl-AHI.K I!KAI. l'.STATIl
virtue of an uriier isnuinout of the Orphans
I'oiirt of Soinermit County, l'a., to as tiirccteil, we
will wit at imlilic pale on
SATl'KDAV, th OF JtlKCEMHER IVKXT
on the premise', itH oVlurk p. m., the full. .whin
prnHTty, late tlie eatata of John Whipkey. of Co
per Ttirket fiiot town.liip. deci'a.e!. to wit:
Trai't No. I. Situate III faiil townhiii. S.imtr-
! art eotitity, l'a., ailjolnitiK lamia of Hi nry V. hi-
key. jNaiii-y Joluiiion. itlona I rosfen anil tract o.
'i. eniiUtinina; two tiumlnil anil tlllccn arrra ami
l:K iMr lu'H. of whleh alaint 90 acre are clear ami
about 10 in meaiiow; the balanee. if well timbcnil.
The lintiroreinenta are a two-atory loir Uwellin
house, one alory .lank tunant'house, a iloiible
Iok barn, an apple on-hanl; there arc several
atrfn(S on the ureintsea, anil tho whole tract la
well watered ami believed toeontalnvaloahlc mla
Tniet "o. 2. Situate In anmc townFliipan I conn
ty. aihoi.ta No. J. landa of l.-iaac Husbaml'i heirs
and fjr.i id Schr:-k and contain' W aerea and si
iH rrhor. about Vi aerea cleared auit fenced, the
tmlanet- V'ini; well timbered.
Teux.. One-third, alter deittictlnz eodii and
exenai . to remain a lien on the rvmi.e, the in
teren l. lie l.l annually to the widow, Catharine
Wiiipk' y. for life, front 1st April, 1S73. one-third of
the bal.iuce In hand and Ihe rcpldue In four eiual
annual ayniinU. beicliinini; April 1. 1173; 2tAf
thi' hand liioncy to l paid when the property ia
sold to aot'urc cuinpliaiH-e with the conditiona of
aale. J ACOH IrKKH A R T.
JJM 1 X ISTK ATOIl'S NOTICE.
l ltera of adintiil'tratlon havlnir been granted
hy the profier authority, to theunderatifncd. on tho
eatate of Samuel Will, doccaned. all ts'inona In
debted to aaid eatate are heret-y notified to make
innuuitiitte pavnirnt, and thi ue having claiina will
.n'til thviu liulyauthcmii'ated tor actileuicut and
The Stockholders of the Simeraet at Ilcdfnrd
Tanidke Kimd Comtmny will take notice that an
election will be held at the hiiUKiofU. A. Kim
mi l. In Allea-'.ieny ti.nliip. on the Hint Monday
of January next, to elect one President, aix Mana
ger and a Treaaurer, to conduct the attain oi said
Comininy for Ihe cuauins vear. ,
J Kr TKHSCIX KIMM EU
(ite.llor.1 Inquirer cojiy and rhanre Company.)
Samuel II. Keploule,
In the Court of Com
mon i'leiia of Somerset
va. H ., l'a.. No. To Nov. T.,
i7i Ai. Sub. for
Marifimt Ann Keplole.j V)rce.
And now to wit, 3d Decemlier. 1S72. On motion
of A. II. Colimth. t.. attorney of plidntill, the
Court B lnt John It. I'jiie, Ij.. coinmisaionrr,
to take tlie tealimony ami n rt the facta and an
Somerset I'ounly, a:
l-.xtract Iroiu Ihe record certifies! "th Ileecmiicr,
lS7i r.. m. st'iiuoc K, rr.i.
Itiill attend to the duties of the above aptKdul
mi nt at tlie Court llouae. in the Ixirouxh of Som.
ersel.on 'l'huilnv, ldlh January. IsTa, at lOo'cloik
in the forenoon. JOHN 11. KlilE.
"The Oldest ami Itcst of the Kclecties."
Wllh tlie ntimlH-r for Jannary, the H'LHTIL'
enters umn Us Iwenty-iilnth year. It iilcans the
choicest articles Iroiu Die entire held ol lurciifn pe-
rhallcal literature, aud oilers
The last SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES.
The beat ESSAYS.
The U-st KEVIEWS.
The lsl CHITKTISMS.
The Ust HHKiUAPIlIl ALSKETCIIKS.
The la-st NOVELS.
The best SlIOKT STltII-S.
The la st POEMS.
The la-st .11 ISC EI JAN 1 F-S.
The liuest STEEL E.VtlRAVlXUS.
The aim of the ECLECTIC Is to be Instrudive
withimt being cTitll, ami entertaiuina: without tie
In trivial. Iteailers who seek instruction as well
as amusement should eive It a trial. Terms, i
year; Single Coidcs, 4A cenls. Liberal terms to
clubs. Tlie III'I.KlTIC will lie sent with any
other Kriisiii-jl at lowest club rates. Address,
K. K. rujiiw, Publisher,
ilecll los Fulton Street, New York.
SALE OF HEAL'
1 he uudersiinietl, by direction of the (Indians'
Court ol Somerset county, will sell at public sale
OX TUESDAY, Iho !th of DECEMHEli, 1X72.
at one o'clock P. .11.. on tho premises of No. 1. Iu
Greenville township, the real estate of Samuel
iiiN-nsieiii-r. ui-ceascii. eomaiuiuu' as loiiows:
No. 1. Ihe home pltu'e, eontaiiiiuu; 71 acres.
almut 1 M acres clear, als.ut SO acres in meadow.
wun iiwciinii! nousc, iuiiik narn, saw mill, wllh
.Ineand oak timlier, two tenant honses, with st-
.... r, ..ai I Hi b-ijuiiiiii Minis m JA-
cob Lint, A. O. Heal, Daniel Staulti, Joseph Jle
Kintie and others.
No. 2. A tract of land coutaininir 2-15 acrcS,
about laO acres clear, aliout 'Jo acres in meaiiow,
with dwelling house and lmnk barn thereon erec
ted, with au on'hard on the same. This tract Is
well limbered with plneand oak, ami adjoins Fred
erick Swcrman, Daniel Shultx, Edwiu Deal, Esq.,
Keystone Company and others, and Ls nctur to saw
mills, lioth tracts arc near to school houses, mills
Tkhmm: One-third, after deita-tinu; expenscsof
partiii.m anil sale, to remain alien, the Interest
thereof to lie paid to the widow annually during
her I t.V, and at her death the principal to be equal
ly divided among the children and legal represen
tatives ol said deceased, oue-lhird in hand on the
1st of April, 173, balance In three equal animal
installments without interest, to lie secured on the
premises; 10 ht cent of tho hand luouey to be
paid on day ol sale.
JOEL SI. YITZV,
rjiotc of Georjte Mostoller, late of Stonycreek tp.,
Letters testamentary on the alio" estate havinir
Is cn irranteil to the undersitmed by the pmier au.
tliority, notice is hereby priven to tlioso Indented to
il to make immediate payment, and those havitiir
claims airainst It to present thciji duty authenti
cated for settlement at the late residence ot the
dceeaseil, on Saturday, January 11th, 1873.
n i iii- ru a v kii,
I j tuie. of Soliimuu P. Homer, late of Jcnnertp
Letters of adininisi ration on the alsjve estate hnr-
init tieeu granted to theuiidersincd, notice, ls hero
by xivea lo those Indebted to make immediate pay.
incut, anil tliosa havintc claims against It will pre
sent them, duly autheulicateil for settlement at the
lale ri'sblenee of said deceased, on Friday, Janu
ary 17th, IsT'i
WM. p. MOKtlAX,
PUBLIC SALE OF
lly lii'.ue of an urlrr ufaiKt nm ie by t ! I lr
ph.ina' Court ol S mii rsct iniinty. l'a., I.i in dl
rec'e.l. wo nilladl liypull.'iutiTy,oiittieiremla...'f.
!n Summit and LiriWr towtiK.'ilpa, mi
Thursday, December, 26, '72,
Tho following T.iliuhlo tvnl cal-ite. I itc the pO'l
crty oi Saiuu.d lilttiivr, deecaaod, vit:
Tho limine pi ico will ho sold In two parts, if to
Ihe IntereKI of the eatate, me parlof ljn aerc'?, on
which are erected a lare two-storv itweilint; hnuae,
new nriiia; hume- larri: burn, alable and olii.-roul
t'lii: ilir;. ll:, acres il 'which rre clear..!, an I Ju
airi-a in meadow; on the balance there is u-Nd
lim'ier. with a larirn or iiur 1 of apple, lcmr. m-neh
and cherry Ireea, that pnalneo ttiie fnib. The
cl'-jrcl land la in the hiheat alate of cullivaiiou.
Alaj, Stacrea, all clesroil, pari of hnuie pi. ice.
Containa 1W ai n-a. Inn of which are clear, la In
meadow, ni. I the remainder well timliered with I
I line and 0:1 k: haviim a lioac, bam and laheroat
)ulldinv4 thereon erected. Tlcae two faruia arc
aitualed In Summit townhip, S.tneiK;t comity,
l'a., a'tjidnin binda of hmanucl Lichtv, Widow
lh-aehly. John livrah, Pittsburgh & I ''.tiiiellavllle
Knilriad Co., and others, within two milea of -Mey-en'
Mills, the Brc-btivk- worWii. nil I tho lands of
tiio Keystone Coal mid lrrn Compiny, now ladn
worked. Thcae fnrnia are un.lcrl o 1 with coal, lire
clay, Inmore and ilmcs'.oue. iu n.at iju ililiili a, aa
il is supposed.
Contains 4J9 nercs. ami ia Piiu ite 1 in I.irimcr
bma-lilp, in a.ii I o.uiitv, adjoining l.in.la of A.
Itetll.-y. Kejatone l I Ilcr.-h s heirs, Pltta
bnnrh it Coiniclisviil.. K.iiinad CiK and o: hers,
(lute the pr.pi r.y .il Abs-iloia Pier.) i:i wrt a of
which are ilcitr. 13 acres in in miI..w: the balance
well thiil.cr.'.l with pine, o ik mid cli -snmt; has
tine fruit tn.".'S. un I is underl iid with hre-ilay,
liincstoiie mi i ni her mini rata. It will be sold as a
whole, cr In juris oi nin ut lift ! each, to suit
purchasers. Thciie l.iu.ls nro Vulti.tlile lor farmiii
iiri a. an I fur Iho luim r ils tbey ci.n'ain. and
are a pirt of Ihe vnstit min"ril tusinlnaud around
illeycis- illilla. fer.,ns wishing to examine tliis
tlno pnia-rty will Ci-11 tiii the iiii'lerrhrned, whose
P. i. address is .'.leyerlalu, Somerset Count v. Pa.
f ine-tidni on coniirmallon of aale. 10 jx-r ei'Ul. of j
won ,r io nv t.ii'i on nay oi s.ne; iue lut.ii)) in
twuciiial annual laiynient Immdateol sale.wllh
onl interest, to lij secured I.y judgment on the
JACOliS. lil t T.N Kit,
dec Adm'rs and Trustees.
Ciimo trrssiitssini; nn the Premises ol the suti.
si-riber, in Klklh k lown.-hiji, alien! thelstofllr-tot-r,
a two year old steer, black, with a white
back and short i!n..li: horns. The owner will
please come forward. jnve "broiaTte. pay chanres,
and tal.e him awav or he will lie a dd aconili.g to
law. PK'i'Kli .MAI Si.
J0T1CK OF ArrEALS.
Notice Is heniby iriven that npiie.il from the as
sessments ol 17:1 wiil lie held at tlie Commission
er's nllicc, Somerset, lor the several liislricta of the
county, aa billows:
For Somerset township, Somerset bT.m:rh,
Shule. Paint. Co!i"mniiirh and Jcnni ron Wclnes
day, the 1st day of January, !iT i.
Fori tueiiinluinitiu towns'liiii, Siojstownboronnh,
Slonycnnk. Alleahcny. lli-rhu tHiroiizh. Hmtheni
valley town-diip. I.-iriiuer lownsliip. Wellersburu;
honiuh. Northampton, S.nithTtn.ptoii Hiidili'ren
ville toKiishiMi un Thiirsiia.v, the 2 1 da.' ui Janu
For Klkllck townshiK Salisbury lm:uj,h. Sum
mit township. Utile City bomuhl Adiilsou, Lowi r
Turkeyliait, t'vslna Uirouzh. I pjicr Turkevtis.t,
MlddliiTeek, New Centrevillu horoutrh, M'llionl
and Jellers m townships on the 3 I day ut .l.n.u.il v,
attkst: JON. l;t il!At'I.I.
Jacob Nch". efk. .1 At 'OH J. W A LT Kit,
V AU J. MlLLhrf.
CotuniiSFloner's oliiee, Dcl: 4.
I'M I X I .T R A TO R'S N OT I CE.
Khittic of It;uic TLjup. of ItwtT Turktyfwt Tjl,
letters of .lminL-lrai nm on thc;i!vcest;itHu.v-
th'rlly. n.U'T Is hirely irivvn tothic iiulet-teil to
It to make iminoiIiatL' haviiK-ttt. uii'l ihue Imrhiir
c) a Intel naiti.-t U to itri'sriit tluin. tluly u( !nura-
tttl, fr M'ttleitvnt to the aiilerltmt. ni tlw htiu.e4.
ol A)irt'i . i iH-iUt?. in mi l on ?.aur!uy, Ja-
naiy l?h s:
JUllA K. 1 1 is I. fa,
let. 4. Atltnit.iftirntur.
I M I X I ST R ATI R'S NOTICE.
J mj.U' of Han? lfrhirifh Merle, late of u'Uin-I'tti-r
of ailuiiuitmilon on tlie axve estate
lii.vi.iET Ihh'D irntnttil to the unk'rsliKil. niitk-c ia
ht-rel'V iriven l tlutiw iodeoted to it tt make iintue-
dlatc iMiymeut, and tlufc having clatiii!' tiie:iiii.t it.
tHtnf"nt thvtn. duly ant henth-attMl tor tU lciuen',
tthe l:ito nvd.k'uce'ol taitideo';WK l,m Saturday,
January n, iw.
AAliO I5UH lili
Samuel Custer, Proprietor.
Ilavitnt ! favored wllh a larire share of pnt-
ronairii In the past, asks for a eoni Ir.unni e ol the
.inc. His accoiiim slaiions aro Krs: class, tin;
tables lwinjr fnrnislied at nil times with the best
tho market atlonls. Uuesls can heacci mwodat.
ed at all times with koihI Isianlinir and on reason
able terms. His house tiein roomy is always
realty to rreeivo jileasurc ntrlies: also (rood and
sillllilcnt slalillUK Ii r thirty heail ot horses.
. n .,i i. r-i ti si r.iw.
Stoystown, l'a., DcceiiilaT 4ih. l,s;i
'1AI.MOXS tt CO.,
H'lllI.r.SAI.E IH'.AI.KCS ;
Tobaoco , :ind Solars,
40S Mrk t Street, Abore Fourth,
i"K II. Marshall, aenl. Somerset, pa.
I' M L It. tiAlTIIL!:.
(1A1THEK fc OAITHEK. Attorneys nt Law.
I !aucrs)rt, l'enna. All pmlesslonal hnsim-ss
promptly nttended to. I lilh-e iu 'iaminoth lllwk,"
one door north of E. H. Marshall's ilrut; store,
as Agent Wanted for 4'bbin'a
On Ihe BIBLE for tlie 1IOM E CIRCLE.
1.200 pages, 2i0 laigr.ivings. The N-st enterprise
of the year lor agents. Every family will have it.
Nothing like II now published. For circulars ad
dress H. S. OiMinai-KKiiXCiO; Purkllow, N. Y.
VO EXTS WANTED. We snarnntre cmplor
uienl li.r all, either sex. nt t-'t a day. or ioo0
or more a year. New works by Mrs. II. It. Stowc
and other.. Superb premiums giienaway. Mou
ev made Mpbllv and easily at Work tor ns
Write and see. i'artii uh.is Iree. WOKTlllNt.1.
TON, DI S l'lX . CO., llarllor.l, Ct.
i."i iT.Oil 1st ilavf Agenla wanleil ! All
O' lM sp"" classts of working la-oiile, of
either sex. young or old, make more money at work
for us In their Sure moments urnll the time than
at aiivihlng else. Parli. nlars Iree. Address Cl.
STIN'SON A CO., Porilau.l, .Maine.
Insure In the TK.tVE I.F.I!.i or liartlor.l, Ct.
'1L1TSC1CS IMPERIAL IU SSIAX Ml S-
I TA UD. Wholesale tothe trade. Single cans
scut. mstpaid. on rei-elpt of tl.
W. HEH.ilAX T. Fl EAl FF, Keadiiig, Pa.
nOOKKF.F.l'IXil made easy. Every clerk and
merchant can learn at iai-e. ltiM.k inailil,
ue. II.UOl LD1.MI lilcYAXT, Iiutialo, N. Y.
Sen. I fox Illustrated Calaloirue to
HKADLEY k Cl It 111 Kit, 44 k M lhy St., X. Y.
A dJKEAT EVOT!
Xr hare ileid deil todistise of tair immense stock
of Killtard Tables at prices a lilt le nlsive cost.
r irst-clas axiu iew 1 allies, complete, aaou.seconu
hand tabhs made over new. fjsi. -"-'. c'sj, ic. A
grout variety to run all buyers, s-uu lor Cata
logue. HATAA'Abll ct- rtl l KI K,
Cr. t'sal and Center SIn.. X. Y.
Is unsuriiassetl bs a Pnmioter of the Growth of the
Hair ami Whiskers. It Is neither sticky nor
frreasy, yet it solictis and smoothes the Hair Inr
tetter ihhI more iierniaucntlv tiian anv Oil or 1'iv
made. I sc 1 as a Hair Dressing, I! products the
most lieautiiul and lustrous gloss. Warranted per.
lectly harmless. ItscxiUisiteierfnuieiso,uite un
rivaled, laduo distilled Irom the Wiirld-rcnowneit
lioses of Cashmere. Lnnra iNitth. only W cents.
Address ASt H EN I! Al ii k it ILLEK, 400 N. 31
St., I'hlladi lphi.1. Pa.
ONLY $1 A YEAR. 8 PAGES.
The beat FbmiII j 1'aper.
The beat AKrieullnraUer.
The beat I'olitlrnl Paper.
Tike beat Mory Paper.
1 he beat Fitablon Itcports.
The beatCiitlle Market Keporta.
1 he beat Veneral Mairket Kcpnrla.
The beat Pnper Everjr Hay,
THE WEEKLY NEW YORK HVS.
Ei-j;iit"iniaes, M columns. l a year, or less than 2
cents a number. Send your dollar.
Address THE SUN. New York City.
The uniiaralclle.l success of tho ''Victor Sewing;
Machine. ' East and West, oa-ns a icisxl o.s.rtu
nlty lor Sewimr Mai'liiiie nucnls and r:sKii:siblc
men to take the nireoey for this eouniy.
Forcireiilars,saindcsof work unJ ter;ns,a.ldress
1227 CHESTNUT ST.,
INSUIiE YOUK LIFE IN THE i
Old L'slabilshcd and Ki-Kuhie
kWW Lire INoCMNCE C2iFAllYi
OF I'll ! I.AI'KI.i'H I A.
The attutition of the ctdo'na nf S-uiewt an I
aitpdninur counltca Is rci'llnlly boned to the
claims wnlch the AiiKrtcau l.hc Iusuramie Colo- ;
pnnyol Phlliiilelphl.i presents lor liielr eoiili.lcti'-e
and sitronae. it is peculiarly 1'ennsyliraula i
Couiinny x noma i;ompny and has always cn-j
joyeit tli eonndenne ot the people of tha entire
State. It ranks ainootrsl tho oldest Companies in ,
tiio I idled States, awl h.ia maintaineii an oiiwaru
pn aress thpiu-jh nearly a qn irter of century.
l'ru iciico au i eeimoinv. sc. ure Investments, and
pi-otnpt imyniciit of all'ila ol. Haul ions have char-o-teriieil
this coiiiKiny trim its lirst orifaniialliai.
i it li a lanre iill iu cali railial. nearly a ur inil
lliaieof ilolbrs of acinimuUteil assets, under tht
iiinmiuemctit of ireiitlemen ol undoubted intexri
Iv. aim well known throughout Pennavlvaina, the
Anii rlcnii Mle liisuraacoCu. siandas-N-oisi to male
In I lie I 'nilesl S'aus.
llenrje W.Hill. I'reMcn,Oc!nru "acnl. Vice
President. Johns. W ilaon. Secretary and Treas
urer, Alex IVIiill len, Ch:iiruianUom.ou Finances.
Hon. J-m.-s Pi lt.s-k, Kx. f lur. of Pa., now di
rector oft'. S. Mint, J. hdsar Thomson. Presi
dent l'eiir.-lv.)iil It. l:. I '.Hiip.iiiy. Alia-rt V.
It.iU-rls. irer. Kb-vin'.li and Vine Sis. I'liila.,
Philip 11. ..liable. I'lendmiit, Mo. Mi .'.lurkul :t.. :
Plill.i., Him. Alex. ii. Ciuiitil. I '. S. S-n ib.r.
merdiant, 'il Water St., I'lnU.. l-.mc Hazlehiiist, 1
Attorij.-v ai. Itw, Sk iH U alnut atrcei. I'lnla., :
John W'lHi.itu.iker. No. 1 an I iOi Chrs'.nnt St. I
and corner ut Cih aud Market Ms., Phila., Henry i
K. lti'iinett, Jlen lmnt, Phila. , James l I'lajr-!
hin-n. President Commercial Not. Kink. Plill ,., I
U AI. Whilldcu, Mercliaiil, Noa. Uo and li! South
Kront St. Plilla.
Poli. lea lsu;sl on all the most approve I plans,
for lurther iutoruiall.Hi apply lo
Aftcut for Ihf Compnny nt Komcmet.
Kaslly m.nle with onrStenei! and key.
Check (mtht. A-Circular free.
Slullor.l .U'l if Co. W I'ulloii S' .N. I.
WANTED AOKNTS. t-'oO liollars per tmiUlh to
sell the Improved American Family knittiic? .Ma
chine. The simplcut and la-st in the world. Ad
dress American Kuittinir MackincCo., 34.V$ Wash
ltrtoii si reel, Ho.itun Alas.i.
LOOK! FREE TO ALL!
4.SJ per wo k to Airents. xna or female. To all
who will wrile for au aucney we will s-ihI a ropy
ol that "W ond-rof Woii.b ra,-' the 1LLI STK V
TtU HlHiN OK PLUNTY. Il contains over lil
tv hcautilul llliistrali.uis. and will bo si-nt fn-c to
all who may wriie. Addixs. 1 ( irsl ie, Patter
UI lvyro cannot do better than secure j
f I 1 O u acn-y i. r T. S. Arthur's ,
Un it work.
Years in a
a eouiauion to lb- famous
TEN N: liirS IX A UAU-KOOM.
Nenrtv S") uu copies have bi.-en sol !: an I Its pi.p
ularll v b ...III irtl the increase. One single ai(ent
has s .'i upwards of l.wsi copies. Secure terriiiary
at once. J. M. STOUUAKr t CO., I'ubllshers.
Agents it Sells (Jtilck"
Aiming all classes. (Nil tieolde. the iiii.blle-aeil.
tlcfe who are lust raterimr lile. and voutli ol (...th j
si-ii s buy and read with the icrc.il-st proht.
MY JOLLY FRIEND'S SECRET,
IHOLKVVIS' last an 1 besi. IssiU. It is meeting
with tne irrcutesi su..s: and tticre's MUX KY in
it. Sen I for our circiil irs. etc.. which are s tit
free. (J LO. JI At 'LKA N, I'hllit.
AUKSTS WAXTKU FOlt THK
Liglt Ib Hie East
The int;it cointrrh,nr'ive and ralnuhle ndtioafl
work vvr putdirhe!; alt, ltr our new illu-tratt'd
Kxitiily Itildt. ctntair.iiiyr n(:ir!y jm fine tw-ripture
ilhi!!riti'n!. and Ir. Smith's ctnplctf li t lm:ir
of Ihe ItiMt. Snd IVr pnx'iH.-etUc iind eircular.-s
and we will p!iw y.u witat h'UIh ?ay of thi. th
Im-kI nmlchviipeirt Family KiMt, ami nm fnut thv
an- ftciiinjr it. Aildiw N A "i V ALl'l "JiLlS 1 1
IMii'O.. rhUa ic!jhi:. Pa.
lie ilecelvct, bnt f..r counln. colds, sore throat,
lunirsenets and. brum hi:l diilieulilcs, nsc only
WELLT CARBOLIC TABLED
'Worthless linltalions are on the market, but the
only sctcniiiic preiriration of i'nrtdic Acid lor
Liiti ilisi'iises is when chemhilly eomtdncl with
other well known remedies, as in these Tablets,
and ull parlies arc cautioned against Uilnifjhy
In all cases ol irrllationofthe mucous minehrane
these Tablet.- should lie freely used, their cleans
ing anil healim; proerties are astonishing.
lio warned, never neijitct a cold, it i.s easily cur
ed in Us Incipient state, when it becomes clironic
the cure Is exceedingly liimeult, use Wells' Car
bolic Tablets as a fiiecinc.
JOHN H. KIXLlKt. IS Piatt St.. N. Y.
S. le airi.-nt for the V. S.
Trlee 25 ccntsa box. Semi foriircular.
I A EV1 C N D
POWERFCLand ECONO.MICAL HEAT EH S,
James A. Liwson. Patentee,
FI LLER. W'ARKEX fcC0..22W'aterst., X. Y
elffeeder-! A S E
Improved. Turlvaled and rneqnnled.
ISuriid any size coal.
Ft LLI.Il, WA RREX A CO.. 234 Water St. N.Y
A GREAT OFFER!
will .lists.weof 100 PIANOS. AlElJlKOS. and
OlitlAXS. of sixlirst class makers. Uwluilin Wa
ters'. e rery low prices for cash, or imrt cash, and
balance In sinall monthly installments. New-7-oc-tave
first class l'liin.-s. n'n!ern Improvements, for
W eash. Now ready a t'OXfKKTO PAKLOK
tlii.N. Ihe un'. bcaulilul style an I iHTteel tone
ever made. Illustrated calah sua mailed. Sheet
limbic a nil music uerchanuise.
O AGKNTS want atswiutely the best
selling Issiks? Send forcircularsof Vent's
rnabriilccd Illus. Family Mble. Over
1100 pnxt s 10 by il In. iw) a ires Bible
Aids. ke. A r.iliesi iuciM.2a llilt lue. 1
clasj'. M.25 Full tliit. 'i clasps. $11.00.
Heldln: the While t'hief." for winter evcninirs.
36lh l.o readv '-The American Fanm r's Horse
lliik," The Standanl. 46ih l.ono remly. ?:pii
le Treatments, ke. O. F. Vent, N. Y'. k (.'iuciuna
tl. Vent k (iisalrli h, Chicago.
AGENTS WANTED. Address, for the most
lPieral terms ever ottered, THE IMSCOYEKEK
UK. LIVINGSTONE IX AFIJICA-his adven
tures. THE STANLEY-LIVINGSTONE EX
PEDITION to Africa. Laiye octavo volume, just
issued. Contains Incidents of the Wonderlul Ca
reer of the Great Traveler, the country, animals,
natives, htintiiur. ke. Full account of this most
lntereslir.! imrt of the irlohe. Out lit sent b
Address 1'N ION PI KLISHING C.. ChiiitN
111.; Philadelphia, Pa.; or Sprinliel l, .Mass.
Is unequalleil by any known reniely. It will erad
icate, rxllroate and tlsirouirlilv ilestrov all isii.son-
ons sill stances In the Hlood. ami will elleetnally
.11..1 ll ...11 l.l ... l.:lE .1 .
o,.-lii i. ii j'icoirNiiiioii iu oiiiims iientuxeiuenu
It there rant of action in four Liver nnd Spirt nl
In less relieved at once, the blood becomes Impure
hy delctcreous secretions, producing scrofulous or
skin diseases. Blotches, Felons, Pustules, Canker,
Pimples, ke., kc.
Hare o Vyrpeplic Stomackt I'uless diges
tion Is promptly aidoil, tho svstem Is debiliUletl
with isiverty of the Miaul, Dropsical Trmlenry,
General weakness and lnerlln.
Hare o tcenkneu of Ik Inteetinei t Yon are
In danger of Chronic Dmrrbora, or lullaiumation
oi i ne taiweis.
f you wraknett of Ike I briar or I'riaary
1 1 Y'ou are exjs.sed to sutfcrtii!; hi Its most
Are you dejected, drowsv, dull, sluintish or de
pressed In spirits, with hea. ache. back, ache,
coateil toniiue and bad tasltne moutnT
For a certain remedy fur all ol these disca sis,
weaknesses and troubles; for cleansing: and puri
fying the vitiated bhaal and imparting vlor to all
the vital forces; for building up aud restoring the
weakened constitution use
which Is pronounced by the lead Inn niedtcal au
thorities of Lndon an I Parls '-the most powerful
Ionic and alterative known to the medical world. '
Thisls no new and untried ilisi-ovcry but has been
lorn use.l-Tiy lh leadimc phvsieians of other coun
tries with woudcrfu! n'lueilial results. i
lion't weaken and imoair tlie diiresilve onrans I
by nithartics and physics, they jrive only tempora
ry relief lu liircstioii. flatulency and dyspefisia
with piles an 1 ki:i-lrcd iliscaccs are sure "to follow
thi ir use.
Keen the idoist pure and health Is assured.
JOHN O.. KELUKiG. IS Piatt St.. New York
Silo A Kent for the I niteil Stales.
Price, fine Dollar per liottle. Send for Circular.
Came trcsspassinir on the pretnlsrs of the sub-
scrllier. resiiiinir in Quemahonintr townsiiip, a
yearling bull, brinule iu color. Willi white spots ou
dllfcr-iit trts of the body; rlirht ear marlTcd, sup
Msed to liavo been by a doK. The owner is requir
ed to eomo forward, prove property, pay eha rues,
and take it away, or It will be disposed' of occord
iiiR to law.
nov!17 CHRIST ENA LAMBERT.
Lslute of William Imhoff. late of Her! in boronxh
Letters testamentary on the aliove estate having
been granted to the uiidcrsi-.rned bv the tinnier au-
thority, notice Is hereby yiven to those liidebteil to
it ta make immediate av incut, and those havlnat
j clulms acainat It to pn'aent theui duly attthenti-
cmcti lor ai.tiieiiieiii ft) me ivsiui ui i'iiiici j.
llruleiker. In Hrothersvallcy township, on Satur
day, tlie 7th day of Heccmher, 1S7A
DANIEL J. liKriiAKER.
L. R. NORTON.
118 SMITIIFJELD ST.,
STATE AO L.T j
C1I AM It Kit LA IX JXS Tl Tl: TL
nanalolpb. 'nttnrnncusioantjr, X. Y.
The new Itoiirdlmr-haH. (worrh aju.uiui Is ready
i for.K-euawy. 't'hia Uoanilntr-school lor Isith aejtca
has n amidii rii.lowmcnt, spacious buil linvs. ex-
t.-usivi- irn unds. and abundant schis.l apiwralus.
T!hi Winter Term opcua lH.-c.lt. Catulonues i-iit
' tree on aiiidi.-ition to
i KllV. S.T. I.I)VAI!IS. A. M..
' Nov. 8. Principal.
With ample (in an-ls and elegant Puildinir. sont
eed upas to Im) homelike and attractive, and well
btuipiod for tiioroua'h educational work, will often
the hrst Term of the nest Academic year Septem
ber 1. h, lbT, l or I'lreulars, aiply in
Au 7. e. K. .'. LAX E.
A omplete Pietoriul Illalory of th
Time." 'TIe best, fhvapcut. and
moot anccr.ru;l i'nmily Paper In the
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Aoiers of Hie Prtit.
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editorials are scholarly and convhicinz. ami carry
much weight. Its lihul rations ol current events
are luli aud Iresh, and are prciiml by our liest ile
siirners. With a cirriilati'm ol IM.iiim, the Week
ly is read hy at least iiall a million iierson. and
hs influence as an onran of opinion is simply tre
mendous. The Weekly maintains a positive pii
tioii. anil exresses d'-idiled views ou isMiti.-al and
social prol.dems. Louitrtlte Vuuri. r-Jourtiat.
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A'oicrt o the Prs.
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the mrnal it.?.! U the unran u( the gival wcrlt
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patterns (or the children's clot be, to paterfnmUia
hy iti tatetul designs for eu;hnitlfreHl li(iern aud
luxurious (Irewiu-irown). hut the rranu nkit
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postpaid, 00. Cloth case, for binding, bi cents,
by mail, postpaUI.
The postage on Harper's Mairnzine Is -it cents a
year, which must be paid at the suhscriliei's pi st
ottiee. Adilress HAKPER k HKOTHEKS. N. Y.
HAS HOOO TMC TCST O
rem thi curc or
RsJirg Searition of the Tirsat
VHOOPING COUGH, &c
A.:; Torn hhiggist rou it.
rvmniD oxlt bt
E. SELLERS A CO.
J. W. f OODWELL &
Parlor, Library. Chamber
and Dining Room
F U Tl 2ST I T U It K ,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Have on hand the Iarest a.-ssortmcnt of Plain
and Fashionable furniture, which thev will sell as
low as any reliable Honse In Ihe country. Call
and see their extensive Ware Koouis, at
99 aal 101 fttt Atbb;
OpuositC Hollrm.in A AVIedcrhotd's I'pholster.
"INSECTS AT HOME."
Tuo wies; upwards of Too cuts; -'! lull paa n
irravlnurs. '-Just the laiok for tntelllvent rural
homes." "The ilrawlnira are faithful representa
tion of Insect and Plant." Semi tiir Circular.
Address Ueonte lins ivS, IVA North Seventh St.,
1'hiladelphia. nov il
All tirrsons are hereby not I lied sot to hsrls.t my
son. W alter Kismto. or sell him auythinv on my
account, ai I will uot he responsible.
uot.W. HENKY KfKlNTA
ni vtl Vfl!.' II.f.CSTH ITKtl I'AT.IUK'il'H J
i nor. a). I
.Vc.'r A'l'Tl:.'ff,it .,!.
AGElTS! A RARE CHANCE
H will r'; r I! n f.v,! jr wt k In mii.iho
will rnir:ii wiiJi id ;t -m-. Kvrvlltii.!: furni.th-
I sV IHmIANCY. ..r SOI HV ISH'
I I M"f t-it her i m.iy t.iliijtt snl rum th-.
j iiii'l urfi fiitmit A titty p-rm iltvy th ,. in.
I Bl:in:Jy. Tlii.4 impl r nir n; tl n- jutrt ;u-nt nil '-in
J Hiftrriiiir" yu'tt.v, Ktrvpr.i.n r:i' i kw.iufi Ilitil
; AtMriffl T. WiiLi.VM II t'tK, Tu.'., FliiJa-la.
liouble Klev.-iled (hen. '.Vamtlna tl.wt, Krdll'.iu
ll.sir I'inder tiilnrd. I'llmpitc; & Shaking lir.ile.
IMr-et Iiratl. H IXKII, WAkKKX l-l.,S
Watt-rSire-t, New York.
'I'll V. b. at scWnsondt lathe m:irkct ia the Jtrn
1 Kl-S f
It is Illustrate 1 by THOMAS .VAST, the rreV.
est of A:ii;ir:i.-an artists, and e-mtiiins an iiitrsiue
tion by lion. Charles sunner. AcuU wanted i-.r
this .net other poouWr'.'ioH.a. A-ldress I. N. Ki.-li-ai'.Ison
k C.i, liisiton. Mass au-i S:. L'ui, Alo.
TSto W) per mon'.Ii. wnwlw, m ilear. l fe
mail-, to imronu -e lie tlKXl'INK IMI'KDVKI
COMMON SK.NSK FAMILY MAVlMi M A-
fH XK. Thi iua.-hme will s iti h. h: m. t-11. tncW.
.iuil'. n.rd, bind, br.ii i and eiiil.rddcr In a m-st
.uis-nor m. inm r. frice uniy ;:. t uny n ense.!
and warr.mteil lor hve years. We wiil piy i.ij
for anv machine tiiat will sew a .iphii;.t, more
I hoiiutilul. or tnorecla-tic seam than irs. It umkes
I the -Klastic L..-U Siit. h." Fvery second siii. h
; can be rut. nn.l still Ihe cloth eannot l pulled
j apiirt without tearing It. V.'e pay atfeiits from Ti
i to-'si per month au.i e.vs.ni s. or a commission
! fniiu whie!i twii-e that amount t in be mule. A'i
I dress SKCO.'.I Hit CO.. ltos-.n, li.-s.; l'itts!.Dr
! l'a.. Chid), IIU " t- Louis. Mo-
' Cheap Farms! Fr32 Homes! .
i Oa the llner.rthe t.XION PVCIFIM KAU,
j IiiAi. liiMl.issi asTirs l the best Farm in a; and
i Jliie-ra! i. in America.
j 3.U.O.O.J0 acres in Xebr .ska. In the IMat'e Valley,
j now for sale.
j MILD CLIMATE, 1 FUTILE SOIL,
I f..r Urain arowins ami Stis k Ualsliiscuiomrpaare.1
! by any in the l ni:cd Slates.
j Cheais-r in Prh-e. more favorable terms iriven.
; and more convenient to market than ean be lourel
i tree IIome-itcaiilM for Actual Nrttlerw
The best location f r Cidonies Soldiers entitled
to a Iloinettaeeai ef loacr.-a.
Sin.i da-toe new Hex-ripllv PnmpMet. with
new m;i i.ttblishcl iu l-aiIish. German. Swe!
ish and iiiUiisti, mailed lr..-e evcrvwhere.
Address. F. 1)AVIS.
Imd Com'r V. P. K- II. Co.. Omaha, Xet.
Vonnx Men. T'achers. Ladies or Minlter5!
Agents wanieil ineverv cunty lir The Pe
llc Standard Hiblr." i- lllntriions.
1 l.xtra ti'rms. lrosiectus Iree. Zieiler & Alcl'ur-
dy. -74 Main St., Spriniilici.l. jiiass. nor. M.
terEGialsl tj Act of LefMLiift
Depositors secured ty Seal Estate
Six Per Gent. Interest
.raid to depositors cn the coropoundinjE
m-A!lenlli i i rfireefed to ti.m liberal pro
ri ilons for xrilhilratciny money deporitrA.
Jtean hefanein small eimunt.vf ITITIIOVI
yvTicj; i Jtoir the duj-ositoh.
Jit tomtnmieatiotm trVl rereir prompt
JAMES T. BRADY,
KN AB A CO.'H PIANOS.
HAINES BROH.' PIANOS, !
EO. A. PRINCE dk (O. S ORGANS,
The three best and mi st popul-ir Instruments now
in the market. Catalogue and Price Li 'ts. con
taining lull particulars, mailed to an; adores.
CHARLOTTE BLI BE, 19 Slitk
t-iate cT John R.iUih. late of Brothcrsvatlejr tp.,
Letters test amenta rr on the above estate having
been eronted to the undersigned bv the proiierau-
Hiority. notiiw is hereby oriven to those indebted to
to make immediate payment, and those havinn
claims amimst it will present tLnu to the under
signed lor settlement at the late residence of said
deceased, on Frida v. the 8t h da v of iK-eember. 1ST2.
0 t. 30. Executors.
Xo. 12G Siuitlifleld StrcH,
ManufaPlurtr of T!n. Topir anl Sheet In.tt
Wiinf. (li-aU'rn in Stovr. fitthe Wriniror. i'ut
lr. HrifnaniA ant lil'sfk Tin Wnre, frjiumfltHl
Hifliow Ware. Rt m.T.ilr-. rif-.l. Wafor
h1T9, Le ream Frtfzer, linl 4"oin.
Stovr. anil Htiiir Kumislun vuemily,
whtileile and retail. turs i Ihe
Patent AtaS Stove SWves,
The iniist useful Invention of the aire. Sole airenti
for Siiear's world rcnowne.1 and unrivaled anthra
cite coal Heating Stoves. Sole aicents lor the
Tom I hunth t anion I 111 Cooking Stove. This lit
tle store is the w.mderof the day. and Ihe only ar
ticle of the kind that will give vou entire satis
faction. Grocers' Goods a Specialty.
At Private Sale.
The undersiimed offers Ms farm at private sale,
shunted lour miles northeast of Lisonier, in Lig
or.ier township. Westmoreland comity, l"a..
Containing 108 Acres,
ANiut 70 seres cleareil, 25 acres In if"! meadow,
all well watered ami lias the best l timber on it.
Fur further particulars call en Col. McKarland,
Llironier. or the undcrsiirncl on Ihe premises,
oct. ii-3m. THOAI AS ill J IN KINS.
Oldest la Ihe State.
B. F.BROWN A CO.,
116 Smithficld St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Collect Pension. P-nntiis. Prire Monev. Ac.
: Secial attention paid to suspemiesl ami r-jecbyl
I claims. AuIi:atious by mail attended to aa If
made in pefm. eepi li
Itv virtne of an order auld Issuinir out of the
Orphan's Court of Somerset county. Pa., to mo d 1-rw-ti-d,
I will expose to sulo I.y putdle outcry, on
the premises, the followlra- valuable real estate,
late the oa-rty of linvid Spanuier. deceased, ly
ing In Slonvcretk towosliliv. on
TUESDAY, THE 31st OF DECEMBER, 1K72,
a certain messuage or tract of land situate In Sto-nvi-rcek
tfnshi(v Somerset county. Pa., contain
loir 10 acres, more or less, adioinms; lands of lhu
vld Ross. Josiah Hrant, N mh Keiler. Ihvld Ray
man, Jonathan Woy ami others, all cleared ami
in a line state ot culiivation. with a one story
honse anil stable thcreou erected, with the appur
tenances. Trm: Four hundred dollars cash, on confirm
ation of sale, ot which iluo shall lie paid when
sold, the balance In one year from date of sale, to
lie secured by iudirment note on the premises. Il"
Sthcre is any part of the purchase money h-tt when
the ilelits ami expenses are pafcl, tlie . i.e aurl ot
the biilaooe shall reiuain a lien u(on the real es
tate, the Interest to he paid annually to Ihe wid
ow and at her death tlie principal to he paid to the
FRAN KLIN SPANG LER.
Administrator and Trustee.
TH III I '