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W At crista; 1 1 par.
Since tlx- introduction of mowing
und reaping1 machines, the work in
harvest is comparatively light ; howe
ver, ev rv fanner who has cradled
heavy wheat or mown lodged grass,
in company with duraMe and skillful
workmen, must know something almit
excessive thirst, and what n dreadful
punishment it war in those circum
stances to work half an hour or even
fifteen minutes without water, through
whose cooling and refreshing influen
ces alone he would be cnaUcd to con
tinue his work, and also that at such
work he would require water every
huur, whereas at more moderate work
he could do perhap-i with two drinks
' The principles that apply the
master are equally applicable to his
hojve. Their thirst is increased in
proportion t' the scerity of the work
and the temperature uf the weather.
Hence the necessity and duty of the
owner seeing well to the frequent and
inijM'i ative wants of the mi,,,, (though
dumb) animal, whose life, whose com
fort and fntnre usefulness depend so
much upon the humanity of his pres
It was stated that a lior.-c watered
but three time? a day would not sweat
so much as those watered oftener,
which was therefore used as an argu
ment in favor of that practice. Ad
mitting the truth of the above asser
tion, it docs not follow that his coin
fort is promoted, nor 'ct his power of
cuduranee increased thereby. No
good driver would think of speeding
his horse without first sweating him
thoroughly. For does a man feel
comfortable in the harvest field until
his garments become mist with per
spiration, which can-ies off the sur
plus heat, thus controllingthe temier
ature of the body, and to a great ex
tent neutralizing the effects of the sun.
.Men working at furnaces drink
freely and perspire profusely, without
w hich the skin would actually burn
off them, end those who do not per
spire cannot endure the heat, and are
obliged to sock other employment. If,
therefore, a horse ceases to sweat from
aoM iice ot moisture in the system, it
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is 1 ue most positive proor lie needs tour Hours a iay, ou win hh, 10 ; does imt seem to la-jiuking run at us: I Te -I ih(.ri llepnblican" move
water ; that he is in a suffering audi digest your U-cf letter within three j j,,, js a ri.r!rVIll.n atid follows his ' , , ' i f,' wi;Io IP,l'V( 0 .,
dangerous condition, and. every' mo- days. Have you ever noticed that j ,lmill of Wllmins oa(11v. He ad- '.V ' xlC V..mwrilt?v as ' promis-
meiit it is kept from him is only ad- j
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du.gliiel to the flame, which would
ill a short time of eontiniteil rvertinn
terminate ins existence.
As often i
said, a horse may look well and ap-'
pear to do well with such treatment :
nevertheless his life, like that of many
men. i shortoiied and rendered mis
erable by irregularities.
In ihe absence of other proof, we
think the following facts sufficient to
no e ,.iir poMtion. namely; that in
the lomr da vs or summer, farm horses
should h ive water at least five times
When a horse has worked two or
lhree hours and fees water or hears
its peculiar sound so grateful to the
thirsty animal, he will look, and often
call for it in a wav ouite as intelliiri -
ble to the human and those familiar
with his habits, as if lie were to ex -
press Ins desire in plain English.
And again, give him his liltertv after
working three hours, and he will go
directly to his trough and supply the
demands of nature. Now when his
thirst is so great in moderate weather
with three hours' exertion, what must
be his condition in six or seven hours
one of those sultry, oppressive days
we frequently experience in the latter
part of the summer.
It is true horses are sometimes in
jured by water, but it is when they
have licen too long without it and
when their respiration is very rapid.
Nor is it strange under such circum
stances he would drink too much,
when man endowed with reason will
do the same. It is no uncommon
thing in harvest to hear men say. I
don't feel well, I worked too long
without water, and when I got it,
drank too much.
Our practice when traveling has
ltecii to ride or drive slowly a short
time b, Tore watering, which we would
do as often as we thought the horse
was thirsty, and in the evening we
would go very leisurely after water
ing a mile or two of our destination,
thus bringing the horse into his
nig'it's quarters in good condition.
lo Jin We Snmnrr ItrUkn.
To iiinke mot ln-er, take a quantity j w' re among the institutions of Lon
.f sarsapariia roots and sassafras I 1", a tailor, rated to subtly half 11
hark anil some Imps ond hoil till the
strcnirth is extracted. To three gal
lons of the litpior, after it is strained,
atld one quart of molasses ami a cup
of yeast. After stantliiifr in a warm
place cijrht or ten hours, strain airain
and lottlc. It will lie fit to use the
For frinirer lieer, take one pint of
molasses and t wospoousfull of ringer,
put into a pitil with iHtilng water;
when well stirred together, fill the
pail wiih eohl water, leaving room for
one pint of yeast, which must not In
put in till lukewarm. Place it on the
warm hearth for the night, ami Intttle
in the morning.
For spruce heer, take three pouuds
of suirar, four iralions of water, one
ounce of ginger, a little lemon, ami a I
part ot lionev in three of honing
tT, flavor it with siiites, and addinsr
a portion of ground mult, mid a piece j
v . . . . i ? .11 . l
u loast sieee;i in veast, allowing the
w hole to fenueut
IMKht Bud nicrwlion.
I5V im. lIO lewis, m. n.
Very intimate relations exist Ik'
tween the sun ami digestion. Pijres-
little essence t.r spruce to give it a fla- lowing form in the ChcMvr l.mrantj ' c - - " -s -man snouin ct er ine 10 muriin
vor. Stir all together, warm it a tri- a great many vears ago; ' In the i " tnlH.,t-..iipnsiiigtlie cabbage llsi,an,l ,y that I vas crazy." This
n ..it. .7 i. I-... i-t- i .i. .t... Cole, caullt oWer. brOCCO ll. iVC.. "Call- o, t,.. lin-l..!!,,! nn.l ,.l..vitTn.r
ue ; uuo a cup i go,Mi vears. v lien reiirn oi vuecn i-.ii.aoeiti, wic tautus j niu.- u ... ... -ju.. ...... -
feri.icut-d, bottle up clo'se. itctitioncd her Majesty that a regiment I ls ",M,,.V "' i;rol'('r iii.' for himself to his fuirproportions he sapl :
Mead is made by dissolving one might U raised, composed entirely of J1"" '"'"J hea.I or ball that is f.tvmed j "You can't blame me, nuulaine for
. . . . . .:. I , . - , . . ... , l.v t he left re f liriitTtrr el. i.i 1I1-..I .0.0 .. 1
tion and assimilation lee.,iues week when she heard this news; but thank- j
aud imperfect if the man t.r animal is'ed (iod that she had neither man or
not daily disposed to the lirect ravs ! horse." A search for such an ,..,. i
of the Min. Mr. P.. one of our incr-!
chants, came to se mo about
stomach. Dvsitepsia was written all I
over his face, was shown iu his move-
luei.ts, and heard in Ins voice. The
conversation lift wren n.-; was essen-,
liallv the followinn- i
M r. P. "Doctor, if von will excuse '
a street vulgarity, 'I am played out.' ' Villumargo, in his "Collection of lire-! '""'"sr t 'ah t.thcr, one of them ex
I can't digest. I can't work" I have : ton Iialladn." tells us that to this day i "Two tailors! Are we dis-
h.st my courage. I fear I must stop." J
l ll nie aoout vour diet. "
"If you will excuse me, I know that '
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im an ngui. i nave studied the
ject end 1 know mv food Is all
"How about vour exercise !"' !
1 nave a nine gymnasium in mv - requireK,,-,7,v tailors to make a man; i
More, and exercise and hour or two ' and in wmie parts of (Jcrriiany the !
everyday. I sometimes tire mvself; huiiiImt is thirteen. In Silesia, I
out with these exercises." " i through sonio unexplained peculiari-'
"How alwut your sleep?" !ty, the twelve fraetions required to
" hy, Doctor, I goto lx-d every j make a man ore said to lc button- i
night with the chickeus. At any rate, j makers (Knopf inachrr), instead of
I am always in led by 9 o'clock, and! tailors. '
l rise iy t o clock in tho morning, i
take a bath, a jtlaiu breakfast, and go !
to tuy coucting-rtMini. Once in tlie !
forenoon and once in the afternoon I
exercise ou mv gymnasium half an
hour or 60, but 1 am getting worse
all the time. lent it curious? My
wife thinks I must have cancer in the
Ktoniach. Nothing Beems to help me.
I veil the most pbysilogical life, but
my digestion grows worse and worse."
.""About your counting-room; is that
liffht ? is it sunnv V '
"'o, that is one nuisance
in our More. 1 he store
..i ... !.., 4 li.wuitiiit ;nr
so very dark we haveto use gasnear- j
i.-.,n ii. I
ti,o. ; Mr I.. that explains
VW")faSuw vou don't mean that ; j
. i i !r
but I suppose It would le nettcr n .
the eoti ut in ?-room was sunnv
'Whv, Mr. P., no plant or animal !
.mn iliirest in the dark. Trv it. Plant!
a potato in your cellar. Now watch;
itcarefiilli-. inhere is a little liirht. i
that potato will sprout and try to grow
Hut Burround it with the best of ma-
mire, water it, do the best you can a few tjrosrhrn in jii , - ,
for it. only keep it in the dark, it can- exclaimed gratcfu v, ; i Iiae made
not diiresi and grow. See how sic- a manofnic!'" H mt'laiW make
der and pale it is. Now oj-en a in-! a man" in
dowinanotherpartof the cellar and to their credit
notice howthe poor hungry thing will i I5t then this S.ves the honor to
stretch that way. Or give the stalk (Jcnmuiy. an arrangement wl.uW
a little twist and s-e how it will lie j lam hiifrurfi versions of th. t- d;.
down. It has no strength to rm it-, not .n.lor.. Here ,s one ,. the u -sclfairain.
No matter how much of,s,ons: ' In 1 . 42, on .,: ! -a.. . p
the U.st food and drink you g.ye it, . p bed for alms at a fas h.oi, . . .. U,l .1
it can't digest The process of diges- shop ,n London, ,n u Inch so., e -tion
the great function of assm.nla- iieymen were employe,! J I .s nit r
tion cannot go 0.1 without the sun-1 esting appearance o, ned the hen ts
, ' ..-1... ,v M-Stti vonr i.vei-lbmt of the L'ciitlcmcn ot the clotli, w no
SlllIH It " J v"' i- I
,Bl,it; if your counting-room were in j
a flood of sunlight, you would be
i. n.i .. .. .. o ni.iiii 1
IK'llIT III i"i i"i ...1.."-"-
Mr. P., did vou ever go into the coun-!
try late in the Summer ? Of course '
you have been. Well, did you never
n..ti, bereeramis!rrowin!rin or-
el,r.ls tbt the .mi t under the trees is
.....11..P tln that outside and - awav !
from the trc-s? The land is actually j
richer there. For years the leaves,
1 r 11 .. ...1 .i..; . ..,i i..itiili. 1
.......1;..,, ,1.;- tl... wheat is only half 1
size and never fills well. Now, what
is the difficulty? The sun shines on j
it more or less. Yes, that istrue, but j
that under the tree does not receive,
as much sunshine as that away from 1
them. That which is thus partly in,
the shade can't digest so well. Why, j
sir, if you will move your counting-j
room upstairs, in front, and stand
where the sun can have a chance at
von. even though it is only three or!
, 1 . : 1 1 1
the onlv grapes that Wome perfect-1
1 .1 .1.4 .1... ....1
lv tiim- and sweet, that the only
!eac lies that take on those ltcautifiil '
red cheeks, and oner mat iiiciou-, .
sweetness, are tho
1 j I .a ... .
Tiiat are ou uie ,
outside, entirely uncovered iy the;...;.. ..,,,11:..,,.. ,.r ..,iin.,- t,(.
leaves and perfectly exposed to the ; ,,ntr;v,,s t- brin in the nine tailors,
sun? (od's laws are the same in the 1 j somc j,ia,.t.s n. jtroceeds to inform
animal world. It is just as true thei,ls aft,,ra Kn-ll, a certain number of
only girls with red cheeks and sweet distinct bell-strokes are made, to de
breaths, the only girls who ltoconie
fully ripe and sweet, an those who
baptize themselves freely in (Jod's
glorious sunshine. Ilon't vou see
good many pale girls in your stores,
girls with a Noodh ss, half baked sort
fa race whose walking, hose voice
whose whole expression is devoi.i 01
spirit ami lorce 1 hose gins are in
! the irrccn state. Look at their lip
' and cheeks ; they are not half rije.
Send them out in the country, let
them throw awav their parasols, put
on their little jockev hats, and live out
in the sunshine three months, and I
would give more for one or them in
any work requiring soul and spirit,
than for a dozen of those pale things
that live in the shade. A pale wo-
he makes a very irood ghost,
but not much of a. woman.
I in. in fli.iniljcr'f Journal.)
Who first said that nine tailor
make a man? Ami when di.l he wiy
it ? And why is this kind .f jilurah
ty more needed with tailors than with
any other handeraftsmeii? Investi
gators of the oriirin of tU sayinir, odd
1.. .lnor.1 .Knn Tt 1 cli 11 11 1 111 'S ltlltl
I t ir i i j.i"iiii: iiii t
queer words, have not lett tins panic -
' . . .
ular sul.ieet uniiotieed; and, if tliev
failed iu furnishins doeisive mi -
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swers to the alwvc four questions.
they have at any rate, accumulated
ahuntla.it testimony rdiowin-tl.e wide -
spread familiarity 'with this joke.
The modes of nilvin- it, lv wits,
retailors of wit, and inventors of jokes,
arc almost endicss. A pentlcmnn ae-
eepted a challenge froiia tailor: thev
metftii the field of fijrht, when the
frentlemaii said to the challenger,
"Where are the other eiirht ?" In the
dav-swlieu the trained or train hands
J .... . .
man to the baud, asked how thiseouhl
! done: he ailSWered, "IiV St'Iltlilltr
four journeymen and an apprentice.
Orator Henley, who was not partic
ular concerning the source of hisjokes,
provided ho eould make, a smart hit
with them, once said, as "no man puts .
new cloth upon an old garment," a ;
tailor cannot he a man. Carlyle, in ,
his "Sartar lU'sartus," says, "I Iocs it j
not stand on record that QueeiKFIiza-,
In'th, on receiving a
o .i,.,i ..Mil. o f
eighteen tailors, address them with a
"IJood morning gentlemen. loth?"
And did not the same verigo boast
tint he had "a cavalry regiment
whereof neither horse nor man could
lie injured ; her regiment, namely, of
tailors on mares ?" This slrv of the
cavalry regiment was told in the fol
that (as there never was known to be
. . ,p a:i i...r .-
a regimeiii oi xanors oeniicy ine
I should all be mounted on mares. In
valiantv, and were cverv one killed, j
Iller Majesty was greatly affected !
dent in 1'roude or Miss Strickland i
Id probablv not In? rewanled with j
Xor is this curious joke (whatever
its origin) confined to England, jt .
is met within manv forciLni countries, ;
Koiiiftinicx varieil u'itli niiotltcr mini. :
r instead of nine. The Count do la !
tho jasents of Prittany have nfamil-:
iar Mvins-. "vn il faut neuf la curs i
lwur faire tin homme "-preeist lv our
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a a . .
lormula wincli seems to IK' accepted
in all tho four-divisions of tho United j
Kiii.r.i.,,,, i llanoier it MH'tiid ;
Now, what are we to think 0f ajj ,
this It must have had ome origin.
Xo saying or proverb, Ptory or joke i
traceable into several countries ox-
pressed in various languages, and 1
-i; e . t
kept alive for some centuries, could
have sprung into existence without a ;
cause; and we ore left to Peculate !
whether the cause, whatever it may
w- their cratt. to rroaoroaa into t landers. - r, - -i supposing vou aa nisuiic numuu ; mm
The Oueen assented. JMic ordered!
1 h riioi v tunc itie i-vtiiieiii i
j i.leted, equipiHd and drilled, review-, 0 Tf .' .ncrly worked at the houses
! ed bv Elizabeth, and sent off to fight ; of tl"'ir, pn"tiiTs, where they often
i the Queen's wars in Flanders. They I ' ' " caooaging, inai is, roiling
I rushed to the front in battle, fought j "l.fro,)d cloth with the waste or per-
have been, was purely accidental or ! room in siting." In a Paisley chiirch
dcsigncdly concocted." 'yard there is a tombstone wiu Urn
One pYnhination .presented ill mill-! iiiscriution. "(Jeorge Mattlev, la
,ee we haveltiplied form, is based upon the phrase,
rt cverv wav "Make a man of him that is,
ting-room is derinu' some substantial service. In
IHieuish, Prussia, the story
somewhat in t Im followin;
'"inc tailors were working together
:.. .. ,..,,r.,rl-il.l,. n ,nin' the
season was mid-winter, and all with-
..a . .1 ... -...1 1.;fr..i ...Til I
; oin. w it s Mm, rtn, mm ..n.. v.... ;
j A poor, hungry ill-fed tramp knocked !
at the workshoii door, and solicited j
oui as mcci, snou , mm i.nwi v...-- ,
at the workshop door, and solicited j
elms, savin? that he had walketl many
elms, savin? that hi
a mile, and was
wuiinlli and food.
faint for lack 'l
The kindly ta.l-
ors not only shared their meal wit 1
j him, but sent him a way rejo.cm.. im
immediately contr.nuted nine shdl.ngs ;
for the relief of the littlo stranger.
i it 11 1111s caiiiiui, " i"
. . . , I ...
purciiase.i iruu, mu 1.1- ..1-..,..
a profit. 'I ime passed ..n, and wealth
and honor sin. ed upon the. young
tradesman ; so that when he set up
his carriage, instead of troubling thi
Heralds, t oiiege mr a crest ne pa.nt-
cd the following motto on the panel : ;
"Nine tailors make me a man." As
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far back us 1(2, in a book called
(.ramatical Drollery, one of these
stones made its
si lied form :
appearance, in a ver-
"Tlierc i. a nnvrli w'nHi 1i;i !tin if ul-l,
Aii'l many wen havt likcm..' Ikj-ii mj iaiM,
1'i llif tl imtv. lit i.l'lhe 1nyl,r trM.
Nine tvli.r'ii ku 1 ni.iWe n ittsti. tlit'v
Ittti l.r lliclr iivilll I'll utiriiMlv ll t ' vc :
A ilrniKT omc fvll into M.vfrtif ;
Xitic liiil'ri..i.lti(-il thfir eurs4- toirctluT tlt.'ii.
Tu -t lii 111 up, a 11, 1 uinLi him a 111:111 nucti."
l!ut perhaps the most novel and tin-
expected attempt at an explanation is J jj-hvthe workingnien a chance, (irant V
one contained in a monthly magazine j little linger is worth a dozen of (iree
t wo or three years a-ro. The author ! l.i c ii'..n..- .7ey.
. . .
,i,.,.s t!t. well-known phrase.
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...11 :ls .1... ,.loa!ls ,,r ,..
imlj amj r, fur11 ; ..To t,,u a
hIK,n on a and. ill connection
note whether the deceased wasa man,
woman, or child; often the number
were, nine for a man, six for a woman,
ami tnice ior a cniKi. i nesc strokes
! on t1(. t.lmr(.l,.l)t.it were listened -to
.,, i eounted by the parishioners or
' vii,ia?1.rs l0 Li ar.l then. ; and then
the km li at conclusion was said to
told," or counted. 15v ,legres
this idea became confused or lost, and :
the participle "loii d was relerred to
a supposed intinite "to toll, instead
ol its natural inliuitive "to tell.' or
"count." So much (r this little bit
of LTammar and ctviuoloirv: and now
; frtu. tailors. The strokes "told" or
j counted at the end .r a kn. il were
j (ut.cor,ii to the theory m.w under
( consideration ) called, from theirollice,
' t. llers
Thvn is, liowi vi-r. ;!uotlicr s t uf
oll jkii, whu'li oomos ..cavity on the
IfraU'rnity in nranl to honesty. In
hypnir times, tlie tailor Avas wont to
trot the hoiiM'S of hid eustiuers, v.lul
, '"" Prmoi.t ..f cloth wl.iel, tlicv
liutl liurcliaseil: the lat an.l Miial!
euttiiifrs were acknowledged It) he lii.
lienjuicite; hut he was constantly lie.
eu.-ed of ajiiro)iriatiii!r llicr ixtrtioii:
of the 'loth. Si!ii-tiines tin' tailor
..... i ...
L,., tn .v i.iru ,.. .lit .tt ni...i.
; - - ..... .-.i. ..
materials which had Ik-cii furnished
: ".atv.ii.. .... ., .....t .c, . ...isitcu
:. 1. . . . IaI. I . . . a. ........... ....
l" "ni; ' "'""r"""' ;u -
' " ''' ",lr,, ,i i ' ' j ,.ltt,.r
t- I" '"l when ;
i l'"1 tailr was-i.nns.ially a workni iti ;
! 11 vinr the needle for a customer; the j If hushands are to he mistaken in
' '"i''T or employer, if there were, me. j -Dolly Var.lcn-' dresses as was an
1 hein a draper, and often so tailed, j unfortunate husl.and in Philadelphia,
I" Flanders, there is a sayinir which 1 the sooner the fire is quenched the
,,lM'rilt,,;i a 1, nt to a tailor from all Letter will it he f--r the pea. c of .-oci-
! "th'rs, as an 'honorahle deht," onejetv. The hushsHid in tjuestion one
! tliat Ui l'51"1 111 a hurry, as ; ni-ht missed fiv.ni the supper tahle his
t'10 ,r'litor has already found some wile Matilda, and enquired of his lit-
: tli,'a"s ,r ,,lll('r to l"'.v himself, par--tie hoy whither had .-he jrone, and
; ii.,u,-;r I,. .11,- m.. . I . . , t... ,i. ..,,,,.,1
. nviij . ...i.-iiii-i r.t i
in one ot lus plays.
, ' 'f in nine vrars. tlif tiiutli .:irt ol lit l.iil.
: Ho would Ih.-iuik' lime t.vcriMii.l.'
an almost appalling example of the
results of repeatedly dividing by nines.
A cruel old saying is, "Put a tailor,
a weaver, and a miller into a sack;
and the first that puts his head out is
a thief."- The tailor's tnlilmiji- have
not escaped the wits. The word
seems to have originated in the wrong-
!ul appropriation of cloth, above ad
v rted to. Put then, whv "cabbage?"'
What does the wold mean? Some
Hunk it may nave come irom "canot-
age, a kind of smuggling; one traces ;
it to "cablesh, a name in some coun-
r.. ir.,Ti. r-.tt n...
un e-i .11.11,111.-, it mi in. n i.. in.-- to i
you n nick ana not ny cnoice. i nu-i
lips, in his "History of Cultivated 1
cjrctalilcs." tells us that anions the!
another; insomuch that "ihe cole
has cabbaged," has ad.-tinite meaning
in connection with the growth of the
vegetable. Ileadds: "From thence
aros'' tho can't work cpplictl to tail-
ho stories about taih.rs are numer-
('"s' iosiinini in many cases cvi-
,1'nt,.v wV rrr tho purpose. Af-
tor the battle of Waterloo, when the
ir ai .'" r''lx "''! communi
rati,)" ,M tw',''n Kniflantl and Franco ;
two master-lailors from the West End
lwo luaor-iauorsirom the est Mid
P'"1 ov';' aris to pick up the j
. cm m u poo noiei i
u"' wrueroa oreakfasL
HlOIltS, messieurs, tout
"""J the obliging garcon. Upon which
vereil already?' The lute Daniel j
w v " u,1,ul ssm-a large iiieeiing
0,"'c in a I"'''li building, was inter-
1 1... . t
r I llflll I lr aS ll. . 1 a a-i t. . . i.w 41,. ... a. .I.i,
"'n n- uuuut.i ,
wll() protested against the conduct of j
a ma who obstinately lK-rsisted in'
"""-' "P. uu lnierrupung me
v"'u' f those who were Kitting,
"I'ray.letthj worthy gcutelman have
wav" O Conuell : he's n
lI.,'r' a",, wanU to rest himself."
"a".v ut ollcc 'nought down the
O,"u'xiou! ilivilual to his seat,
tailor or not Dosbois, in Lis "lie-
ruoil ue lions Mots," tells a story of
a tailor who grew rich, lived in style,
wisl'0(l the world to forget what he
nal ''''. a,Kl l'tt a favorite and
I , it . l a
'rta'1'1 seat at church. A lauv ,
on one occasion, asketl ll lie couiu
Lill(v IliaVc. ro'om for ,Kr IIc dis.
courteously refused ; whereupon fIio
remarked, "I forgot: you have lieen
accustomed to take up a good deal of
zeoiir, lTOi ;" beneath the muuc i. .
ren-ipnir of tailor's shears, ami iH-tee.
the blades of the shear.- is a i.i.ioi :
'tour's iiierise,- ration.
or nllowanee, i, ac oiomu: to an ohl
saviiiir. a stuali portion ot a meal left
id iiia.'ini rs only imc-nmUi pari
of the.unnthy rcpun d for a man
i i-t Nrrn:
Hciuncralie organ ! the .Notinwe.-i.
savs : "As a pi-'.sideTtlii! candidaie
Mr. tirecley hits no j.ositive strcn-rtli
nmon- Hepublicaiis, i:nd is a cause of
ratal ' division among IVmociats.
While there are thousands ol i.ep.ub
lieaiis who will vote for neither (.'rant
or (ire, lev, there OK! Mill terp: mii.i
bers tr I i.iociats who will nl vote
fir Crcelev, though the , !, ciion of
(irant le the ci-itaiil alternative. 'I he
daily accuiiiul.i'.ing evidencts of this
fael'are such as no rational man can
iirnore. Mr. tJrcclcv has utterly
failed to unite theoppositioii totiranl :
he has succeeded only in rendering
the disunity more jiroi.oiiiied ami ir
reconcilable. As a presidential can
didate for the deposition he is already
had. His election is anionir tin;
js that an! impossible. This is
inevitable conclusion to which
events are already come there is no
longer the least u.-e there is noh.nger
any degree of wisdom, in hoping or
arguing against this unalterable fact.
The nomination of (jreeley at lialti-
the election of (Jrai.t.
lh r possible meaning
. u ,ui av'
he is out
h(. ilion t0 (Jrailt
of the question.
i Henry Ward ileecher's strong en
dorsement of President (.irant troubles
I the Liberuls exceedingly. They can
not answer his argument, so they put
on a depricatiug half-pit ing air, and
I pretend to wonder how one so gifted
; can be so misled.
Tor a loval administration, to pro-
tcct the iiclto. awe the rebels and
- 1 ...iM.titJ .liv ii.ilK 111 till tll'lllllili.
can ranks, now threatens what little
vitality was left in the Heinociatie or
ganization. While (ircelcv's nomin
ation has utterly failed to make any
impression on the llepubliean masses,
and the party is closing ranks for the
great struggle, it h.:s fallen like a
bomb in the Pcmocratic camp. A
fierce war is now raging- as to the
policy of the liaiiimorc Convention
one wing insisting that defeat is in
evitable unless Greeley be endorsed,
and the other ninntiiiniiigthat to nom
inate him invests sure defeat: What
to .In is the "-real nucsiion. in.
, (.,,n v,.,7t jn couldn't sc.
light, and said nothing. Meanwhile i
ie war goes on.
for (ircelcv's I
moeracv are elaiuoroii-
...;.;,, U.reateiiM.g to bolt if the
i :,..,. '.,.-,.,, t;,,n ,,,., ,.t vield
to their commands. Voorhccs replies
that not one half of the Hciuocratic
party in the North can be gut to vote
ior (Jreeley under any circumstances.
The New York JI17if endorses Voor-
nnd replies to a I'tica mutton-
head, who "iliden't exactly nrr, Ac.,
in this w iso :
"Very well. If you don't under
stand why "Hemoerats rmitu,! si.
port Horace (Jreeley," let us make the
matter clearer, pemocrats trill ,il
support (Jretdcy. Is that plain V
Every day'a devilopment makes it
nmre clear that the Cincinnati (irinnii
onstration, instead of the Ilepublicait
organization will rend to piece the
Ilemot ratie partv. IftJiveiey is en-
Idorsed at lialiimoi-e the North will
. . . . . .
,(itjf nilt ,.ni,)!(.(, n,,. mhih
, ,, lm,. That, a-t now, seems to
1 l(. the inevitahle upshot t.tthe wind
JUSl Ul lliai Jllt.illlt III till- uoi'i i'l" :hu
ami a ladv entered. Ihe hiisbantl
observed a wild look in her eye, and
also noticed that she was attired
in an outlandish style, having on, as
he savs, a dress with sunflowers ami
cabbages, and a lot of snakes squirm
ing around for a back-ground.
Rising the man said :
"Madame, whom do wish to see!"
you, and then said aside, "Poor, she i.
erazy." That la-t remark settled the bu.-i-liess
for him, as the weird female
made a Wold reach and tijriitlv jrrasp-
,.,1 his Adam's apple and choked him
Ulltii his face assumed the color of a
lnu.r 0f the Commune. After she
'.! .joved a surfeit or eht kiiiir her
!. . . . . . ' i
iiusi aii(l sue noppeu inio a ciiair aim
vvjt, t0ars eoiirsnig each other down
l1(.r checks, she exclaimed :
-Tlnf I J,on1,l ever V.vo (o h
j,nv tililt know that vou are rcallv
,i10 ,nothcr of these interestinr chil-
dren, will you have the kindness to
retire to the sanctity of your chamber
and peell yourself of that piece of fur
niture, chintz or window curtain, or
whatever it you call it"
"Window curtain, chintz !" said the
spouse; "why it's you that is out ol
your head. That' lol!v Vaideir,
and a very pretty pattern, too."
"Madame, replied the husband,
we may be out of our head, but if that
; is a Dolly Varden we are most deei-
i dedly out of pocket. Why it looks
a cireiw ,
WOman at voui
dross, and the idea of a
WOman at vour time of life.'
"My time of life !-'
" cs your time of liie. The next
"Certaine-1 thing I suppose, you will be practie
a. Phcure," j u.r the trapeze act iu the back vard.
Whv it is cnoucrh to trivo a man tin
dclcriuni tremens to look at it , Who
ever. saw. such a pattern I Jt s a
fluS, wall paper run mad.
exactly like a Japanese tea sign.
And now just bounco out here with
tliat i.t.0j,.e nut tie nag, or
w.ar(. fh. l,abv to death."
. i . em
There was an ominous pause for a
moment, aad then theehlest daughter
"Why you ought to Im ashamed of
yourself, father. I t's all the style, and
I am going to have one, too ; all the
girls have got them."
Thus spoke Maria, the second el
"Any more?" gasped the husband;
"are thfre any more?. Hadn't the
baby better have one ? I guess I'll
get one myself. How they do make
up for pantaloons? Ha! Ha! Ha!
(Demonically). Let me. have a Dol
ly Varden. Let me clutch it. IJring
me a pattern of monkeys sealing lamii
posts. How would a Chinese puzzle
look, or a map of Fairmount Park ?"
EABWAY'S READY "RELIEF
ClKKf THE WOHST
In from Ono to Twenty Mlnutos.
HOT ONE HOUR
op.or rtaJit.ir ilih iv. ritwm t.t d Mty en
T'li Only Jnln Urmciiy.
tl,ii TliurttlT .lop. UH moH cicrottatln Ijwiis
I Sui Suit, mi d cure Co.,eol... whrfocr uf t ic
I w!" stnnSch, WoweU, or trfucr giiuda or organ., bT
'VStrKoSk ONE TO TWEXTT MINUTES.
tin n.hU'-r Imw Tl..lrnt nr f jrxuctatlm IhO Jialn l!ie
KHKI'MATIO, lUil rldil.ii. lullrra, I rippM, Iiixvou
j,,; or iirurtratvd i,h ll""" nay Mirfcr,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Wil l, AFFOUD INSTANT KAbE.
INFLAMMATION OK THE K1HNKYU.
lNH.AilMATIoM OK TUB BLADDEU.
INFLAMMATloM OK TIIK i:oWKLS.
CONdKSTION OK TIIK T.UNGS.
60UK TIIUOAT, MFHeri,T IIUKATHIMI.
I'AI.I'ITATION OK TUK UKART.
isrsTcnti'S, ciiouc. ineinitKiaA.
NA ltAICIA, KltEUMATISJI.
coi.n ctnT.t.s, tr.v,F. chii.i.h.
'lii.'ftnilir.t,iun.rilio Urnily Itflirr tntlieputor
.'irn I..tc lliu i-in or uutituUy imIaU wUl utfuid stum
w t ciif.rt.
Twt'iiiy ,lrop !n hot a I'imMrr of w.lrr will In a rcw
r...i.i.-!.t, c :rc CRAV.I'A I'AS'.IS. SOUK STOMACH,
)l K. II I III HCK IlKAIiAClIK, PlAlilOIKA,
i.v.-kmki:y. oi.ie. uino in Tilt; liowioa,
u. 1 all INTEItSAL TAINS.
Trnul.r fhoiild bIwuv. canr rlll of RnitwT'
lS.'mly lirlief witii I."'". A few drui In atw lll
Cr.-vait MCkiu-Mi tit i:i.i from elmrire i'f wttlr. ll iM
c tur (km French UraiHlr r Kitten a. a .lliiuiliiut.
I KVICIt Ai Atl'K.
FEVrtl AM AOL'E oir.d f.ir filly e. nt. Tiim U
r.M a r.n:.-iluil rnrviil In tdis world tliU wlU enrw Fercr
1 Acne, and nil 4hT MalarlulM, llilloim, BoarltU Ty
1I.. I.I, V.IIiav. at,di.,l.T Krvi-r iatil.il l.y KAIW'AY 8
I'll. LSI Mi quirk n 1CA1IWAY.S KKADK KEUtLh-.
I illy cul I'tr bUl.c S .Id by Hi uu..
HEALTH llEAUTY I !
STIMNO AND ri'IIK r.ICIl I'.l.fXtn-TXCnKASS
ok ri.i:sii ami w hii.a t-ci.kak ckin u
liEAf l lr'L'l. lU.Vll'l.KXION bKC D UED 1 0 ALL.
II S M MK TIIK ;:osr AsToNISHINO fTRES:
.so ol ii K. Ml l.Al l!' ARK TIIK CHANGES
illi: Itol-V IM'fKlilS. CMlF.lt TIIK IN
FI.I'ESCK or Tills YUCLV WOMitHFtL
Every Day on Increaso In Fle3h
and Weigh; is Seen and Felt.
fUS C ft FAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
I.-itv i!rt.p of ll- SAIiSAI'AKU.I.lAS KESoI.V
1..N 1' ..iiiiiiiinli.ntf!! ,l,r,.it:h tit lilotnl, ttwrjt, L'ritif,
i.i.. i .,..T tni.li n' il i'li. . "f tlw fvrtcin (lie of life.
f.,r It n-vain. the wui.-i i.l'llii: li'Mly with new and w.utid
lirilciii.'. hcrt.lul.i, Mt.l',. CotisutiiT.tl.tn, ;bli1uUr
lliw. nm In til.; i'l.rr: t. Month. TUIUOK, Jiotln In
tito Ol iii.U ni.d ... r art. of Hi' ITiUni, "r tyM.
Miuiuuti Ii,c!.:tr.. f.. i.i ll.o t-tt and lite ors
f-rnn of S!.ln ,li.M-;.M-i. Kitirfinn l-ovpr r-nr. Hrald
llnul, liitiK Vom S.tlt lUu-utn. Kryaipelaa, Acne,lilack
Si...t Worn. lu tlic ll.li. Tumor., Cancer, in tl
Wm:. Ii, and .11 ikn.lt.i nn.l fuinfnl dlrliarel, Mrlit
h a,, lx uf Kjirriii. r.n.l nil imtl. of til. lift lirmct
l.lc, .re within th furntive nn.Ff of thU wonder of Mod-t-m
Chfinl-trv. a.1,1 a f. ar will rov to any
I.... ii umhk it f..r itli. r ol ll.-su furiu of Uitxuue lu
irt. it, power to riirtl. in.
IfThe MtUnt. .inllv U.mlii redn4 bf tn. antfl
and d..conilt.tili..n that U r..utli:ually .n.'rwltir. wtc
cttli. in arrftlur IlifiM- waittrs. and rt'palr. the name with
WW inatprill tna.le fioln hfjllliy blood and UlU tht
li KS A I' A 111 1. 1.1 AN ill and 0'
N..I only d..c tl.o .iAf.iii.i! Brwi-Trrr nrrl
all known rented Ul mienti. in Hie cure of clitmiic, Serofa
1 .-a", ConN-,itit,l..;..il, and Mtin ui-waaci ; but ill. Iheuuly
I-oiitiVf curt for
Fihlucy aVItlnl(lcr Complaints,
rriniry. ati.1 Womb dljwmi, fintvel. Iliatrtes, llrorwr,
M..j.;.aeof Water, lticoiiliiu-uce of rrine, llrlftlit'i Dut
i :ie. Allrtinilnura. nnd in uU c:ie where there are Itrlrk
ditsl tit polt or the water l tlilek, cloudy, mixed with
.ttlxlauee. like the u l.itn of an er, or thread, like white
wik. . there I. a nu.rl.id, dnrk. I lli.m. ...earalire, and
w hite Itonc-diiHt d potnti, and when there 1. a pricklhic
httrniiif: m-n'Uion hen paii w ater, and pain ut lite
Moall of tin- li-irls and aluut; the Loin., l'ricc, l.oo.
WORMS. The only taowu and anre Kcmedy
for it ui i i, jfttc, cic.
'"unior of 12 Ycnr' Growlli
Cured by Undiinj Kcsolvcnt.
Ii.vi.tr. M.u., Joly 1., It.
T. Rittw.T lli.r lirt! to.ria. Tine in Ihe mwln ta4
Uiwvli. Aii tlw l.MTt wi4 "Ihtr.n. w plp lor it." I truA
ry lltinr tl.il M rt-n!mnn!d ; I ttt nrlLira W!p at. I
mw v.r kMoKenl, an ut.Misbl 1 would trv 11 ; bat hMl B. frila
In It,' It-wut. I Ul .uiferal f t tn, le trt. I Utuk ill tuntlel
ef tit. Kleent, .il on. b... of IU.lw.v'1 rill, .lid Iw. U
11m ot vnnr Krwlv Itt-Uf i .nd-tberv U r.t . attni uf Utnor lo a
e-a or' -il, .ttd 1 f-l twltrr, .niwtwr, uid ha.;ir IhM 1 har.
ftrtwrlr. y-wu Tt. rt loiu, wm in U. irn .tHeeT la.
lK.ll,e.er lb. rrt-ia. I wnU U.il to )a fuc-la. bw.til a)
,w . . H4uk .. if , "-.;.nvaii p KsArp
PERFECT PURGATIVE FILLS.
prfiCllT tatfelcM, fVpiritly coctfd with mreet pirn.
vre rcrulale. purify, r'eansc1. an ! rtrr.fthn. Koi
wa Ki'lf-ir th" mrect all ii;Miidi M ,r tli Stt mach
l iver iLt.wta. KidiifVA. liliJJfr. Kvrvous Ihaease
l.TuliuJie, t'oriHlipatiuii, t'o.-tivtrm-N!, Iialiiicstion,
ltvsiitf -in, TtUlouwit'.'w, Itilloii?! Fcvt-r, of
Hie Uu t i i.VrV-lUU nil i'.iaiPt;i-.i:.t-TJi uic it." i r
r.'ra. Warranted to tfftct in-ilivecLire. 1'urely Veeeta
rf.ntlr,inrno merciirv. niliipraI.ord'KttrW.nidniir.
CZT" obw-rve the foltowinjc vnijitoiua muilic trum
I r.itirtMa( Inwwtt PilM. Fvllarw of tb B!vl is the We4,
I K-iliiwu or VWixht in ih SlmM-h, Sar lwtftiUk, f ittklor m
r inllrinw ttt 11m lit of thm hUkRaMrll. ft lUrfila M IM tlM.
Huni.-J ud TrB,-uH Breftihintr, Ktulirinic at Uw lirt. 'bvkin
or Stirf-.iiir S-fution hf m In Lying FtMlurr, IimMto(
V.t:ii, U-U t brfnr lt S citt, Ir'tvrt ani Pull Vnn m
lhr llrt. IVflrianv-v of rpr.mntkni. Vfll'-wtuM. f tht 8k 1
St..! ria in tb SiJ, Ciur.(t LituU, ud tittiaica i liia t
itt, banat ta late tirt.
A ir-x of nAI)VrATS riT.LS will fire tl.t rr-
tiit: fr.riual! lie tM.Te-n:inoi di-or.h-ri. l'rice, a j ceuU
II KA 1 -FAI.SK AND TKl-K. P-nJ ont Mter
(.ii.ilo ItAI'WAY it (.. Kt. 7 MuUlrn Ine, Kew
V m la., ltii'ui atatiuu wurUt tLuuiid wul im yuu.
I V Knives and Forks, jV
"K-V BPOOJTS. BCISSOHS, V kV
AXES, SHOVELS. LOCKS, V
Hinges, Nails, Files, etc. I'iO
ivar(jBmt;i l(U.miiiiui i "iuiiB"I
ru r Ti ip ai Tfitii
t nuiiitUkiunnL iwbw, g i
mr riitoovnun, r.
.wV C.- t.l.t. I. Birth
. X v-v.. . .j
jotix 111 1. in: r.
J..1IN o noDtCTg.
JOHN DIP-KPT k Ct)..
Xt). 240 MAIN STREET,
.1 0 II X S T O W X , P E X X A .
Wo n.-ll lrnf no:.'..ti:tllo in nil .:trt. ol the Vni
toil Stiitt'i. an) t'ana.lns. tin.! in Knrt'iifn nmtttrieit.
liny O.'lil. '.4iir." im.l (iuviTiinu-iit li.rn.lii at
bitrlii-st miirkt't i.ri.i-.. I.tn ntoiify t.n niipriivej
tx-uritv.- 1 trail.-' tirt'l t-htvk. on otltt-r Imnk. r&ttlt.
.'Mi.iit-y rix-tin-.i ou lt-i.ili.:tj aMc-i.u tit'tuanj
latere' at the i-tttr of Sir per cent, per
A ;:u inn paid on Time ltepoiU.
lAcrylliiiii: in tlie l:.:i!klni I.ino retcivc. our
Tlumkltil In .u,- tricn.is an I ruytiiuicr.-i fur tlnir
t.art iwttninnt'. tri .-.lirit a ci.titintiani-c t.f tin'
s:iiin un.l invito titlir-nt talto linve Luiiiiiey. In unr
lino t.. ixive tis a trial, nurinir till, that wo fltAll at
all titni" ilit all wo o.in tn iivo ontir.' entisfnotiun.
Kol.JI 7 JU1I. HIIIKliT fc. t't.
Ciiiim:i: Ninth ami C"niit t Sn:i..r,
P It I L A D E L I' H I A
H. W HAXAtlA.
VI. 1171 rr.irU-iiT.
Kvorjtiiina iKTluhil.-iir In IiiIIiar.1i lit l.iwc5t jirioos,
lllu.-lr.iU..! t'.it.iliu- kiA l.y mall
H. VV. Coiiender, New York,
s.i-Tvs.-.r to rilKLAX i roLLEXDEK,
Incorporatea ly Act cf Leplatura'
PEIVILEGE, . . . $500,000
I;f pi),itors scrurcd by Kt-al Cslate
iavssl-af ills exclusively.
Six Per Cent. Interest
.Paid to depositors on the compounding
ti-A'(elii,Hii ilireHrti lo the liberal pro'
tltiuu fir u-ilhilrairiM'j money drpnmUed.
It ran betltme in small amnuHt; W1TIIOV1
xotici: ri:H the in: ran iron.
Ail rmiiwiiiinYdflom rrrciio prompt
JAMES T. BRADY,
I H I E
Viacffar BllUr are not a vile fun Dnuk
made of Poor Rum, Whiskey. Proof Spirits and Refaat
Liquors, dnctnred, spiced, sod sweetened to plea the
tasle, called -Tooic" Appetite," "Restorers,"
&c, that lead the tippler o to drtukenoess sod rain,
but are a true Medicine, nude from the n a tire roots
and herbs of C'Alifoniia, free fr-ttn all Alcoholic Stiaulants.
They are the (Ire at lilood Purifier aad a Li(9 frn
Principle, a Perfect Renorator and lariforator of the
System, carrying oT sll poisonoai matter and restoring
the blood to a liealihr condition, enriching it, rcfrreshtng
and htviorating both mind and body. They arc easy
of adminifttratim, pronipt in their action, certain in their
results, afc and reliable in all forms of d incase.
No Person can take the Bitters accord
ing to dire-lion, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poiaon or other
means and the vital organs wasted beyond the point
Drstiepnlft or I ud I cent Ion Headache, Pain
in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightneas of the Oaet, Dis
sinefts, S'mr Krneutioits of tlta Stomach, Bad Taste
tit the Mouth, Itilious Attacks. Palpitation of the
Heart, Inflammation of the l.unzs Pain in the regions ol
the Kidney, and a hundred oilier painful symptom,
are the olfeprinx i-f Dyapemia. la tlee complaints
it lus no equal, and one buttle will prove a better guar;
antee of it merit i than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Coniilalsstet in young or old,
roamed or single, at tlie dawn of wonunhood, or the
turn of life, tliee Tonic UUters display so decided an
influence that a ni.uked tiupruveuircnt is soon percep
tible. For Inflammatory and tarornl-e Rli ess
mat lain and (iout, IyfteiMia or Indigestion, liihous,
Kemiitent and Intermittent Fevers, Disrates of the
lilood. Liver, K id nrv and Bladder, tliese Hitters have
been mrvU stacesfn. Such DiMaiei are caused by
Vitiated H'c-od. hch is eueraliy produced by deraoje
ment of the I.-jetirt Organn.
Tliev sr m Ueittln Pwrsntlve ne wall na
A ToulCf wwsc-vsni'' aino the iecutiu merit uf act me
as a powerful azetit ut rrTievm (.'iHiKeMitm nr Itiflam-
mat ion ol the L.:ver and Viscer.il On;an ami in nitions
For ttklu Ilenee, Kriipiions, Tetter, Sale
Rhettni, I'.Iotcties S;i, Pitttplei, Pu-ttiilcs, Doits, Car
iHincies, King norms. Srald-lleaJ, Stre Kyes, Kry
siie!a. I:ch, Scurfs Ii4iioratMinsfif tlie Skin, Humors
and lJi-ftcase of the Skm, uf h never nanic or nature,
are literally duj up and carried nut of the system in a
shi.rt time bv tl.e " of these Hitlers. One bottle in
such caet wtll CiMtrutce ttie tmnt incrcduious uf tbeti
Irn use I lie A lllnletl It loot! whenever yon
find M impurities burst im; (UroMh the skin in Pimples,
i.rui:iii-t, ir Sres; cleanse it hen yta find it ob
structed and s!n&:ih in the veins ; cleanse it when il ie
ful ; your feelings will teil you when. Keep the blood
pure, and the health ol the system will follow.
Cvrnleful tlionsniiits proclaim Vinkaai Hit
ters the most wonderful luvigoraut (b it ever sustained
the sinking system.
Pln Tope and other U'ermt, lurking fn
the svstem of so many tliotnautls, are elfcdually de
stroyed ami removed. Savs a distinguished physioU
ORist : Tii-rrt. it-tfiicely an iiiriividiiai u-jmn the face of the
earth wlns lly i-tetenipt from the resnce of worms.
It is not upon the he-i-hy elements ol tlie txioy that
worms cxiti, Imt ifton ihe diseased humors and slimy
deposits th.it breed these living monsters of disease
No system of M diciiie, no vennifuj;e, no antlrelmm
it ics, will bee the system bom worms like these Bit
Meehnnlcnl DUrssrs. Persons engaged in
Taints and M merats, such as Pimnlwrs, l yjic setters,
Gold-lie.iters, awl Miners, as they advance in litit, wtll
be subject to parairsis of the H'el. To guard against
this take a dse of Wai.kkr's Viniu.sr Uiti fbs once
or tw.ee a week as a Preventive.
Billon, Ketsiltteut, ami I wtertsslMcat
Fcvrrt, which are so reva'ent in the valleys of our
great rivers throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohm, Missouri, Illinois, Ten
nessee, Cuuilx-rlawl, Aikaasa. ketl, ColMadN Uraios,
Riu (rjiide, IVail, Alabama, Muhile. Savannah, Koan
oke, Taine, and nt.iiiy others, wi;h their vast tributa
ries, throultrout our entire country dunnz the Summer
and Autumn, ami remarkably so during seasons of
uuusuii licit ami drvness, are ui variably accompanied
bv ettensivc dcuin-enrcnn ol the stomach and liver, and
other at d omnia I viscera. 'I'ltcre arc always more or lees
obstructions of I lie liver, a we tknes and irritable slate
of the stonuch, and great Unx of the bowels, being
clogged up with ritiaied accumulations. In their treat
me ut, a purg.itive, exerting a powerful hifluenre upon
tliee vaiious orpans, is ecntiilly nercssary. There is
no cathartic fr the puriNe equal to ln. J. Walkbk's
Vinsgab ItiTt ftRs, as they will srteedily remove the
rUrkcoiorel viscid matter with which the bowels are
loaded, at the same time sinnuUttng tlie secretions of
tlie liver, and generally re-toriii the lie-ilthy functions
ot the d i treUive or?ani.
Scrofula, or Kits' Krll, White SweUinrs,
Ulcers, trysipelas Swci.cJ Neck, fJiler. Scrofulous
Inflaminannns, Imirlfnt luflaiuinations. Mercurial Af
fections, Oid Stnes, Kruptions of the Skin, Sore Eves,
etc. etc. In these, as in ail other constitutional Dis
eases, W'At.Kca's V t nbc a a IliTTaes have shown their
great curative puwers tn th; most ous:uute ana imraci
Or. Walker'eC'nlirorMla Vlstesiar Bittern
set on all these cases iu a similar manner. !y purifying
the Itlood lltey remove tlte cause, and byrcsr-Jving away
tlie etfects of tlie inflammation (the tubercular deposits!
the affected paits receive licaltit, and a permanent cure
Tha proerllea of Tim. Wai-kss's Vinacaa
rttTTEBS are Arietit. Liahoreiic and Carminative,
Nuintions, LaLitive, lmretic. Sedative, Cornier-Irritant.
Surlnrittc. Alterative, ami Anti-Uiliona.
The Aperient and mild Laxative properties of
Da. Walkbk's Vikrgab Hittkrs arc tlie best safe
guard in all cases of eruptions and malignant fevers,
their balsamic, beaiing, and soothing properties protect
the humors of the fauces. 1 heir Sedative properties
allay pain in the nervous system, stomach, and bowels,
either from in flamm.it ion, wind, colic, cramps, etc
Their Counter-Irritant influence extends throughout
the system. Their D-nrettc properties act on the Kid
neys, correcting and regulating the flow of urine. Their
Ami-Itilious properties stimulate the liver, in the secre
tion of bile, and its discharges through the biliary docts,
and are superior to all remedial agents, fur the cure oi
Lid "His fever, rever anu Ague, etc
Vtrtlfv the ImmIw a it a. I last disrsH bv pnri-
fvinr ail its fluids with Vinkgab ISittbbs. No epi
demic can take hold of a system thus forearmed. 1 he
liver, the stomach, tlie bowels, the kidneys, and the
nerves are rendered disease proot by this great tnvig-
Uirectlous. Take of tlie Hitters on going to bed
at night from a half to one and one-half wsne-glassfull
Eat good nourishing food, tuch as beefsteak, mot ton
chop, venison, roast beef, and vegetables, and takt
oat-door e a rose. 1 hey are composes. pore-y vegcv
able insredtents. and contain no spirit.
J.WALKER, Prop'r. R.H. McD03IALDeVCn
JJrupgists and oen. Agia ran rranasco, -cai.
and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., New York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
HARNLDSVILLK S M KKS 7T VI PA.,
The suhtt'riher Informs Ms frieruls and the pub
lic that he Is trow devoting his i-ntlrc time to bis
The Unit tine ever ."tarftsl In Ihemuntr, ami I pr-
wre,l iu lurnt.-ti i.imuiihiv all Kiutif ul
UKXA.M EXTAL TURKS,
Vines and Plants.
HIS roXNBLTION WITH
The (unrest anil nnt emnnlete In the I'nitetl
Stntt'f. enalilt'ii him tn icuantntoe tu III" euMumerti
Xtm eliuleext varletie ami tlirinieot rrowtk. Hl
liriern are lower than ever lie fore. Hi retwlra la
not tn lie nutilone hr antr In the State In ir1ee nr
quality. I new unit will I matle frttudl He will
IKTMinallv Mllclt onlent thi fall, but onlen al
ilrrml tin nUtve will he promptly attended to.
t;nti ineui in rtirty.
HAUUISOX H. K EM PH.
A. H. Franciscus & Co.
IM?(iRTEn8 A5 PEALUtS IX
COTTOX YAItXS, BATTS, WICK,
Twine and Ropes,
LOOKING 0I.AS.sK8, rUK-KK, FA NOT BAHKKT
Wooden and Willow Ware, tc,
MASi rAiTrnEna akd jnaauu or
OIL CLOTHS, MATTING, RUGS, &c,
&13 JliirUot Street and 610 Oonimeree Street,
The nmleriilfrneil, proprietor of the Diamond
Hotel, nu the aoutheattl eornorof the IHamuod, ke
Intr imlurexl Itr hi many frienda. would aar lo toe
trove linx puhllc that he is now prepared to receive
ami hotpltnbly entertain all who nay irlre him a
call. Ill" hi4tP0 will be cvndneted with the beet
order ami luruiith tt&e aocominnilathina.
Stoyi-town, Pa., April 17th, Wi.
flKAIX CUADLES. The under
T r I irucd In miw enraa-ed in maklns nnwarda
ol ItiO drain I'ratllea, uf aa Improved p.tt.m, at-
llitr the Klinrp irniuo l npjier rw yino, wnirn u me
bert mannrtieturcd. The enullu will beduttiilm
ted tlirouirh the county between the lat and !AKh
of J une u it. Perwma wishinK to urchaae will
Ond them lor aale al all lite jirineipai DwiDeaa
placet in the rouutv. A iaiye number are made
rvadr at the mauuikrtorv at Ih-rlln. Prica
apr. 17. liwi. f. uai, Uerun, fa.
B. O. KEI . J. fX LIV ItHUOOD.
JEIM & LIVEXGOOD,
SALISBURY ELKLICK, P. 0.
SoxEUftET ComTr, Pesji'a.
Draft boattlit ami auld, and eolrecUou made on
all artaof the country.
Intvmtt allowetl on time deposit.
Speclnl arranirments with GoarUlant and others
who hold moneys in trust. Jan 17 II
T . HABVEY k CO.,
BITTER COMMISSION MEBCUAXTS
C7 EXCHANGE PLACE. BALTIMORE.
Liberal oash adraneet a enntynmanU and
returns promptly made,
Boot and. Shoes.
JOOTS AXI SII0E8.
Ilnrry C. Heerltw
Remicctliillv innimu Ih. til.Ma r cm.m mA
the public generally, that he baa jtut replenlnhed
NEW SHOE STOKE,
In the New Building on Main Crosa
Sl'LEXDII) STOCK OF OOODS
Htight In the Kastern eitlenat the loweash vrkvs,
ami la preiared lo rural the public with e ry
thlK nerUlniuK to bis Hue uf btuliK,
AT VERY LOW 1'KICJuH.
W. lll I . . t ....
.... -".p ramgii; am nanu asn M nrrnar
u to make to wrder as abort notice,
Men, Women and Children,
Kinbrarina- every line of 8 rut class (roods la mate
rial and workmanship, from the tiny slipper to the
broadest tread Iirw.h Tk. i. i in V ' .
ed with "
RUSKIX OF CALF.
AXI) LASTIXO MATERIALS.'
And uf the most fashionable styles.
He will Insure a ood lit ami give satisfaction to
all who may give him a call.
... ureparvu to mrnlsh shoemakers wltk
a eotuplrte assortment of
Lasts and Shoe Flndinna
priiVs!17 kld' Wnk-nwl1" beaoldattbe lowest eash
fuT hiiUlLD',C ",f IreJ"'riD dene on short mitlee.
-.mtMr. k."l',n law ami good sttrk. by
i w . possiOMj prasea, aad bv fair
apr. , 7u.tf. M.U. BEEBIT8.
T W. IIAVIS k KRO S
Grocery and Confectionery,
Wi!f.lM l..c. i i. ...
.. 7"; . hw owpie oi inweomma
nlty that we have purehaMtt the Urucerv ami :.
t-f kju-rv Li a L . . ' . .
--- .- ... . . .ui-pjiri. xjhi.. uiHiosire ine
BrmH House, and have made valuable additions
to the alremly hue stork of Ooods. Wa sell all the
best brand. -t
KICE, SYRt PS,
FLAVOR INO EXTBACTS,
DRIED AND CANNED FR11TS.
IfJALOIL, TOBACtXA, t'KIABS,
SNirr, ii rooms.
M CKETS, Tt BS, Itc.
All kinds French and eommoa
CANDIES, NITS, CRACKERS
FANCY CAKES, PEBFVMERT,
AND TOILET ARTICLES,
COMBS, BRUSHES, SOAP, lie.
assortment of Toys, Ave., for the little
If yoa want anything la the Oru-ery and Coav
Davis' Cheap Grocery,
OPPOSITE THE BARNET HOI SE.
HATS AND CAPS,
Leather and Shoe Findings.
J. II. ' Zimmerman
Takes pleasure in calling the attention of the cit
Ixens of Somerset and vicinity to the fact that he
has opened a store In his residence on VnUm street,
where there will always be kept on hand a eonv
piviv MWOHKai Ol
Boots and Shoes,
IK Kartell, taml hiine manafmeture, a Urre and
HATS AND CAPS,
And a great variety of
Leather and Shoe Finding
Of aU kinds.
There Is also attached to the attire a
CUSTOM-MADE BOOT A SHOE
Ith N. B. SNYDER as eatter and ntter, which
akioe la a suUtcient gaarantee that all work made
ap la the shop will aut only at the feet of nuuxa-
ra urn iw only toe neat material will be asad
Will Kaa snts.U.awf Tk- k.Ii - .ufw.ll-
ifu'vi. a u i rut n iv atf ) rvnan utiiiy
tnrlU.) kna-n ...I ....i'ki, .i.-L
ww wi saaava vabsimihbj sal nura.
4M0 1st October, ISTa, 5ow 1st January. J47S, fpOO
1st aprti, ami awu a year tnereaiter,
A Farm of 229 Acres,
Hariris: two New House. New Baak Bam. mod
Orchard aad Suirar t!amp. well timbered and well
improved, within half mile of North Fork Rail
road. Posaessioa 1st ApriL 1873.
Oood paper will bo takes tor the flrst two uar-
Possession Ibr euttina: Umber vlrea aa uc aa
fl,Hi it paid.
W. J. BAEB.
Somerset, May t, TX
QROUSE & SHIRES.
Mitnudcturfrfiof all rratU of
Attcntloa partlcwlarly asked of Jobbers.
arordera solicited by E. H. Mart hall, dnimlst.
Someraet, Pa, A.
LITERATE HE, AatT A!U tMJUU
i. tka haat salllmr book ever effered. It etanbsaea
the hasaor of aasodota, the wledusn'of essay, the
mfbrmaUoa of history aad biography, the awoet
aeat aad arrandear of poetry, the exttulalt charm of
lasie, and oin aoaaiiiui umnrauons.
iolld readlaa- IterravermomenU: pleasant pic
tures to Illumine quiet boars ; and gems of eoaf ur
th social circle."
Aa tnal wntea, "Sow 117 oopsa tail wee I ; will
U MO Uda moath oaally." .
Our new sxt eta tt reaeosHae does away wltb
objeetkmt to tho aasiooas. Particulars rro. A val
uable present to Trr new A rent.
INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHINO CO.,
mji V3 aod 4 Liberty btreet, New-York;
c. r. OAM.
ED. B HO AM.
rpHE LIVE OROCEPvY.
C. F. R H O A I) S A C O.
Reepeetlnlly aaaoaac to lb paMU that they bar
Iene1 their (Truce ry tn the Imseiuent of the dwel
line; hoase lalely occupied hy W. J. Bacr, now the
Washlns;t Hotel, ami ars aow dally receiving
fresh snppllcsof erythln In lira
OR(X.ERY AND CONFECTIONERY
Lino. Oiv as a ealL f mr nsly are of I he very
best tiallty. We will emleavia; to please all. We
keep all the best brands of
FLOUR AND MEAL.
COFFEE, TEA, SL'OAK, KICK, SYR IP,
MOLASSES, BA KINO POWDERS,
ALL KINDS SOAP,
EX. LOO WOOD,
EX. W IFF EE,
S HOE-BLAC KINO.
FISH, 1L. SALT, Ac.
FRENCH A COMMON
C IsT 13 1 K S ,
NUTS, ALL KINDS,
OR A CKERS,
Wet and Fancj Articles Generally,
MMIIEI THC C LAI'S,
IN BASEMENT OF THE LATE RESIDENCE
W.J. BAF.R, EStl.
Nov. IS, Tl ly.
THE HIGHEST MABkET PRICE PAID FUR
ALL KISDSOFCOVSTBV PBUDll E.
. O. KUK.
W. W. K SABLE.
A. I-. DAVIS
KEIM A CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO Sfl'TZ a AN A KEIM
Bes; leave to say to its Patrons and the Public that
thev will continue to supplv whatever is needed in
their line bv Farmer. Bnihler. Housekeepers.
Carpenters, rilackstnit ha. Miners. Millers. Lum
bermen ami Manufacturers generally.
FOR COOKING AND HEATING,
Of t.V most desirable kinds, whk-h have never, as
vet. failed to giv entire satisfaction, are always
kept on hand.
Of th vatiiius patterns best adapted to the wants
of oar Fanner, warranted to giro satlslactfc.
The Urn number already in use throunhout this
and the adjoining counties, and a steadily Increasing-
demand, are a sulBckat guarantee ol their
For Mining. Lnmberina-. Railroad Bull.lltiK. Ac.,
of th most approvcrjiatteni ami best material,
made to order on short notice.
GRIST AND SAW MILL IRONS,
MILL-SPINDLES, SAW-MAN DUELS.
IRON BAILING, BALCONIES. BRACKETS.
Window and Door-Sills,
Th "Hi Direct, and th "Parker Re-ae(k
HOLLOW WARE, STOVE PIPE,
For all th different Plow used la the county.
We an th authorised agenta for the sal of
SPEAR'S ANTI-DUST PARLOR STOVES,
la this county.
W sail, at manufacturers' prices.
THE BUSS EL REAPER AND MOW EH,
THE BEST STEEL PLOWS.
THE BEST HORSE RAKES,
Ami Agricultural Implements generally.
W Bon to merit a eoottnaanc of th patronsK
lo liberally extended lo this establishment.
Our price will be fair and oar terms liberal
if. o. KEIM a CO.
jan. N, Tr.
P K 11 " F F J' K V ' 3
Pwl-TW-uith .rl TRTTIo Pn4 If R ATT
ai.Iikkny rATTi-E. rfrsw HA IS II KKHi
C'HKSTKlt V. HITK WS, S OTSll
SHKI'lIKUif lXiJS, I1UA3IAI1 A!ri
I Ilka- k UitkiAHTCo Oaxk
STALLIONS FOi: Wr2.
Stuyu U-kUi Ut AirU; LimIp July iJtht
BRACK L K I C EST E IiS 1 1 1 1 C K,
InijcrUrtl fnfn Fnit;!-tnl, -r ,.-. full 7 hrwi litn
wi i-.'h-. whi-n fn jmuii om-Hli'-n. lyjfl ij.,un.li- it
tU k. with .ilrn'iitl a-ti-.i.: he i nuiMi'Lrrtl hv all
nnnftnt ju-it the H 'i-tviiam ut -Jr-uNt
norw in j i iiiiur (vanui. n in ftiaiii'in r?nia hTt
h:u .Iiiirt to every uiurkei io the ,uuti-v, aHs
uiuiHtiiiic rut' fn-ui to 1ji, sri! inur-:
(n.ia ifK t' A -ur hi at Inly hurifiK to-en
mtUl tor "fOJ. In We-4tuitn:lual County, tm..
wa" rmei nr s mil rvi tme year oii.
ItUck iai-icc.trr-'iiire w tt; Uj that oelrtyrtel
Irict-tHr-liir Hn, hU tlmn by I-Iuht-r: )er4ti
Uin ly ymrnvr'a lliiht. LrUxtrtnr9bm llr
wp X'H. by that Lir'aiu-! -'--rit -tt-r h. H-f,.
the wmiuTofelitit AterU-ulTural riaci. HnU Hr-
rt h tin ut wttri if.si hy that iMtel Irhy -thire hor
Krtil lllam (r:iii l;nn hy that b tvre MtMutt
lls.y. which wu8 the iire oi Bin; lirayitian. Ltfb :.
lerhir HtnV iatn wh rt hy that rtl hrci Lri.
ee-4trrhire hretl tunr HlMrk j0-lrwm.rTnMn. whirti
w--rl hy that n-al hp.wn J-wf-ttnhlri; h-.r--i
l 1 Ia'U'-i'T. whh-h zt '1 Kta,ii.n thnt tr.iT-iic.
the riiiuie rcaici. Uhl J'icnter w tft hy I
Wihi liluck Lt-'j:. whii h jurrveit uuin-ri at fly.
fruinta ewh. Iiuu-k by hl lKThyhii,
which fc'nil at live uium each Mare hy t.ttl
lcnii jco itfi fr liuuranre.
A LII AM BRA.
Out hy MMilleton. he by Ky-nlyke'i HamMr-t. r,i
mi, he hy ANIaliah, h by .M;iiiitiriii'i. he t-T Inn,.
Meatriiii-cr. m hy rauk lit rw, lie by 1,hk iV
laii'i iihik liawk. lie by Antlrvw Jack-m. ht; f-v
V-.ui.-4 llHftiuw. he by l:up. Arabian (iraud iia
I a tjeatirlfui Hjit, wfih a ."injill jitar. p-rfj- r;
I lirni anl t-!iir-r, A ett-efatlfiit ol nwh kt.y
Ir-ttiii-f tiUt, iieo.in nl tmt Uwv i.p ttiat -.r.
lhl tnrflinif action of which he now giv n;
ororni-m. lii- iire t-k the hpt oriLtiuiu at -
State Kair. at Klmira. N. V., tn an the
llore h-r Uiuu K'-uiUto-n. trottinif tn 'ZrM mi.
nw ftanlf at -" In.tir:ine ; aiir-l Ky!vk
Humble ton i an. in theater, tran? d-unty, IS'. V.
at 4t-iu Ui-ur.incv.
lcrnic rNJii Hr I nu run .
hurting kwith a mare tefre tfhe I known t
with hstfl. f-irtci the lii."iirancr. All accitint
an-i caj-rn at the ri.k ol the uwiirt-r.
aa r,a-,tuni'e tor uian ir--ui a o Lnauce at r i
A HjK-cial reraiim wil! be ictven by tne f.r th-be-t
colt of I,keHtrThircj ct. u a flue ridit.,!
saihlle: Prthe lK--t tillv. tho servioeof the ht.r-;
ami tor the thinl bc-H vAt or hlly. the i kioi
Stock Journal for one year: to be iecitiel at mt
comiut t'ouuty Kair. ii hcM : mi I it nt. thto tn
lime will tie aiin'.am-e-l to ciue on eany m i-;.-her:
to te ileci'k-tl ty three n"iittnt nuixv.
ap3 Ht LhY
OW IS TIIK TIME!
;)! KllI.IAlilsK ACINIS.
New Under Feed
Wilson Sewing Machine
IX TH ISTf T XTY.
H.-t Machine in the V.rM. U't wlim M i
chute iu oiarkft. 1'riee. ftiJl'lt. ,w Wr:T
tcn wurrritv i.-r r-:ir-. Ai-iv tTnimr-nrif. :
to ;mitii KKRKsrKK.
mar i X.i. li .piih Street. Httsbur:;h, a.
.VXDS AM)IriLIIN(I LOTS
BiiiMin-x l"ts in the
Borough of Somerset,
EIUiMr situ ite-l, and
Wsi Mineral anl Mr M
In turii.u ih.;! .in ot S.mi:r"-a o.unty. for
ON ACCOMMODATING TERMS
A rti n of the lam! are
Others are unimr.rove!.
I.l.M E-STl XE.
Are l..iiii.l i n ..in. of tin in. of fit ir iinality a:, i
iniiiititr. 'ir terms, iu-.. rail on or adtlrcs
August 'ST. "Tl-tf. S-nier:. I'a.
239 REMOVAL 241
to Tiii:in M-:w r.rn.riNd.
MIII JCTV STKKI.T.
Urite WoJ Street,
AnJ open with
AX ELEGANT STOCK OF
Notion. and Small Wan -.
SELX. AT LOWEST EASTEKX PEICES.
Bayers arc invite.l to call.
. A RBVTH XtvT. W. T. flHAXSOS, J. O. Ji.ril
Fell U 3 umi
OAKKETT. SOMERSET CO., PA.
Earnest. Delp & Camp.
AXD CilKSTXTT Lt MISEK.
SAWEf AMISH V KI SIIIXOLES.
AX1 I'LASTEUIXU LATH.
"Cut to a Mir- at short notice.
th-.lcr frm lumlvr dcitlcrs t..ronijilT filUtl at
wholesale prices. au. 9. Tl-tf.
A. H. FRAN CISCUS & 7 Co.,
513 MAKKET STREET,
PH IL A PFLPH I A.
We have opcncl for the Snrtnuf tra.lo, the Iar-.'
est ao.l best as..riel stock of
Tahlc Suir an.1 FhiorOilChith. Winth.w Sha-le.
a n. I Paper, Cnrprt Chain. Cotton Yarn. Hn
tlnif. Wa4liliui;. Twine. Uirks. t'lui'k..
Ltokintr-la.ses. Fancy Rickets. Hrvn.ni.
ltakcis. Hu-kota. ltrushes.1 hithes
low Ware in the I nit
i ur lartre inTae in bnstness enable to sell -it
low price ami lurnt--h the tet quality of KVNAt
SOLE AOEXTS FOK THE
Celebrated American Washer,
PKICE, j iO.
Ovt-r 1.,000 5tild in Six Moiuhs.
Terms: Carpet. BOdav.
All other kimI, 3U day. Net. F'-b. a.
Persons wantinn firt--la.ti Fruit Im t i"0
ami Phtuts slmuld call on
H. H. KEMP,
HA UN EDS VI LLE,
Somerset County. Pa.
Yi.a ran pnr hao or him at lower rates than uf
any other party. Feb.
MANHOOD: HOW LOST, HOW
RESTOREI. Jut publishe.1. a new e.11
tiou of lir. Cnlrerweirs Ci lebrate.1 Essay on the
rmdicml rare (without n.llcinc)ofSiiermtorrKca.
or SemiiuU Weakness. Involuntary Seminal Los
es, Impotence, Mental and Physical Incapacity,
Impediments to .MarTinife. etc. : also. Ctiuui
tion. Epilepsy aad Fit, lutiuccd hy self UKluljcena".
or semiil extrava-an.
aaPrice. in a sealed enrelob. only cent.
Th celebrated author. In this adintrahl essay,
clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' success
ful practie, that th alarmlut- eoluwuaenit of
self-abu mar be ra.llcallT cured without the ilan
vertias n of internal medicine or th aplicatK
ut the kulle i pointiua; oat a mod of cure at one
simple, certain and ertectual, by means of whkh
very sullerer. no matter what nls eomlltkia
he. may cur himsvll cheaplr, prirately and rtutt-
a-This Lecture should lie in ttw nanus ei
youth ami every man in the land. ,
. 1 ' . k. . 1.1.1. mmLm tAlBVat'
dresa, post-paid, ua rcoelpt of sis , or two lo
Alan, Dr. Culrerweirs "Marriaf Quid" prW
cents. Address th publishers,
CHAS. J. V. KLTNK it CO..
12T Bowery, Nw York, Post Utile Ho .