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TUT. n.OT ACiAINST HAWLEY.
IIOW TUK PLOT ORIGINATED.
Near noon, the &th of SoitrnilHT,
li2, a man lRimrinp; under prcat cx
itoiuoiit was walking hurriedly up
Rroadway, Now York. His (Vat u ret
were flir-hrd and convulsed, liis plan
ers wild and restless, liis whole mien
indicative of keen anguish.
Turning the rig-lit into Rleeeker
street, lie Nxiii reached a plain three
storr and basement brick house, to
which he cave himself admittance.
"Are you there, Huth ?" he called
from the hall.
A step was heard overhead, follow
ed by the rustling of a dress, and a
voung ladv descended the front stairs.
Despite several lHiint of marked con-
trest. there was a faruilv likeness
altout the couple that proclaimed them
1.i lu ir,.tl,.r ami Kl,.r
"Why, what's the matter, Luke T
cried the latter. Ptartin? at sirht of
the disturU'd countenance that met
her view. "Arc vou ill V
"I've just received bad news." re-' prefer Clara Aymar to me." said j have taken nuiii my soul, Jiuth
plied the brother, leading the wav in- j -Miss Tedder, as die glanced at her re-, What a genius you are !"
to the parlor "news which has given! flection in one of the long mirrors He leaped to his feet and ltogan
me terrible shock." 'near her. "She's a hired attendant, j pacing to and fro rapidly, with the
"Shocked! You! Whai has hap-'or something of that kind the crea- most extravagant signs and cxclama-IK-ned?'
"In a word, Clara Avmar is marri-i "I'd no idea that you thought so First to get Hawley on his island,"
ed!"' ' " imuch of Hawley," obsrved the resumed Miss Tedder musingly.
Married !" echoed the sister, recoil-
ing. "Clara Aymar married ! I it
"l'cs. married! the girl I've been
lavinj sieire to for vcars past, the
only girl I ever cared a pin for. Im
agine the shock this event gives me.
Tin nearly crazy."
"Then "you really loved her V
"yor'hor! I must have vnmhiji-M-d
her, or else this thing would not
have so completely upset me."
Oh, as to that, the loss of a thing
always gives us an exaggerated no-
Hon ol its value," aid the sister
philosophically, as she sank languidly
into an easy chair, and smoothed out
a fold in her showv morning robe.
"You are siniilv shocked, as vou sav.
Hut by to-inorrow vou will faugh at
the whole matter."
"Don't Huth !" implored the broth-
er. sinking beavilv into tbn nearest!
chair. "Clara Avmar is more to me
than mv lite: .My love lor her is a
ociirium: it s no sucii passing tancy j
as you supjiose, but an everlasting!
passion a rage a flood of molten j
lava! And I've counted all along I
upon marrying her. True, she has:
rejected, me twice, but I thought she'd J
change her mind " j
"She was in no way committed to .
"No, of course not. Sho has never !
given me any encouragement. Hut 1 1
um none the less surprised. I sup-
posed that everything was favorable
enough to my wishes. I knew that j
she was still young to marry au or-j
phan without money and without
friends presumably without suitors; '
aud I flattered mvself that she ;
couldn't always remain insensible to '
my attentions. ' !
"You reasoned w isely enough, of i
course, Luke; but reason never!
decides t hest matters," doclan-d the
sister, w ltb
a sort of contemptuous
-ouijassion. "A wiiiin a tliaufc
nifctirifr a smile or a word a inoj
liient'.s YVfakncfiH any trifle these
are the thinp-s liy w hieh marriap-es are I
liroiirht about. JSut who is the hride-
"Ah! thaf a iMint that will touch
yuu a littlo. I think. Cau't you jruess
who he is V
! haven't the least Mea."
Well, then, he's Will. Hawlev.";
The nister sprang adruptly to her !
feet, clispinrr loth hands to her heart.
The chausrinif colors of her brother. !
his apitation, his anguish, all pass-d i
to her own features. i
'Will. Hawley?" r-he gasped. 'Oh, j "Then hell have to leave his dar
vou don't mean it, Luke !"' i nn Clara." sneered Miss Redder ven-
"Rut I do though. It's OodV truth.
Clara Aymar and Will. Hawley are
hushiind and wife.
A hear r fall sueeeeded
had fainted. She lav uihiii the floor i
"Hid she think that much of Haw-
lev " muttered the brother, astonish-
ed. "I didn'i supp)se "
He hastened to bring a pitcher of
water and bathe the white features,
and then set himself to changing
CapL Luke Redder was twenty- j
wi'ii'n vonrs if rp n-ith an nrifiimllv
light complexion, which had reddened
with generous living and bronzed
with exposure to wind and sun. His
form was of the average size and
height, and his features of the most
ordinary tyjc. He was singularly
selGsh aud unscrupulous, but of gen
tlemanly manners, lieing well educa
ted and used to good society. His
ability as a navigator was fair for a
man of his age and experience, but he
owed his jtosition as commander of a
fine Australian chpitcr, more to rcs-
lM-ct for his late father and to srmpa-!
thizing favor than to his own merits. "(Jood ! That's fortunate. You
Miss Ruth Redder was two years must recommend Hawley for tbe va
younger than the brother, and conse-! cant place to your owners, and pet
tjueiitly twenty-five years of age, al-j them to engage him. The thing can
t'liino-Vi ttif nvrniMi to ml- ti-riti- 1 !.- .1..., 't
She was tall, thin, and a little inclined
in hr outlines, as in her temper, to
angularity. SheVas not particularly
bright, but she was bold and unscru
pulous, and possessed a fierce energy
which was capable of compensating
in anv emergency for lack of genius.
The father of the couple had lieena
uroniiiiont rbip-owntT and mr rrhant. ;
Ilut in Itis latter days tlio wnior red-jU
.l..e tv luu.n iiiifiirtiiiinii mill lind
fitmlK- hroLeii Ull ct.llll.lett!v a
ii i. ........ ...1 it I,i-r,.,"l l.x -
the wild wiTsalidinaneialirrefrular-l
ities of Liri son. Tbe old man's fail-:
ure bad soon Ireen followed bv bis '
. i . i. e t- r .
.i..a..i nn.i BiK.01 i . tr unfin. i i n ' i
be was (uerailv lorpT'itton. !
"How odd it is !" fiaeulated Caiit !
JVdder, as bo rubbed bis sister's cold j
hinds. "She uiadlv iu love with
Will. Hawlev. and erazv after Clara ;
Avmar! And now Will, and Clara I
are married, and Ruth and I are left '
out in tbe cold." Iiuved.
Under tbe vigorous treatment Lei -'PongiUe! It's at simple n kiss
bad adopted, Miss Tedder toon re-jinjr. And tbe moment you arc mar
eovered ber senses. j ried to Clara, I will take a trip to
"Are you sure they're married ?" j Australia for my health, and natural
she demanded. Iv enoujrh, stumble uptin tbe very ir-
"rerfeetlv. I learnetl tbe fact half
an hour simx' from Hawlev'r? eom
mander Captain (irerfrs, you know.
Captain (Irepir was at the wedding.
It took place last Friday evening
the very evening after Hawlev's re
turn from bis last voyage to Kio. It
was a quiet affair. Only a few friends
were invited. Ilut let me ask a ques
tion. I id Hawlev ever proteose to
. "Xo. But I exjected that be
would soon do so. He has ljeen here
often enough "
"Vt'8, be came neveral times to ask
me for a Wrtb in my clipixr. I prom
ised to think of him at the first open
ing, and I really meant to help him,
for I knew in a general way that you
"I thought he'd realize that you
could Ic of nerviee to bim," explained
Miss Poddor. "I thought he'd re
member that mother left mc this
bouse and a few thousand dollars to
do as I pleased with. I wa conscious,
too, that I possessed a fair share "It will be easy for you topct Haw
of jHirsonal attf actions. And a I (lev upon it," miarirebted Mina l'editer
supposed him to bo entirely heart-j thoughtfully. "If it's near your
free. I took it for pranted that I ; route, you ran call there for water,
should pet him. Hisaltentions seem- If it it's out of your way, you can lie
ed marked ciioh " ! blown there by adverse winds, or l
"He treated you politely, of course, j drifted there by unknown currents, or
interrupted I'edder, "and he couldn't fetch up there by a mistake in your
have well done less, after asking me 'reckoning or a fault in your chrno
to In friend him. Hut he never made meter. And oneethere, youcan have
anr formal declaration ?" j Hawley seized bv pome trusty a jent,
"o, he didu't As mate of a Rio!
-hip, he was away seven-eighths of
the time, and I didn't expect a regular
courtship. Hut I took it for Granted.
1 odder made an impatient gesture.
"We've deceived ourselves," he
muttered. "We've Wen carried
awav bv our feelings. The girl's re-
" fc" "
jection of me was really intended to
i le final, and Hawlev's visits here
i were merelv visits of business and
j friendship. But why Clara should
I ,..S..r ll.u U in nn"l can't imscine.
j added Pedder, drawing himscif up
; haurhtilv. -Hawlev iia neitner
name; nor money, nor position :
"Nor can see wh v I la wley should
j brother, as he strove to calm his pain
Miss Tedder moaned. Her eyes
filled w ith tears.
"I thought ull the world of him,"
A long silence fell between the
"Well, well, they're husband and
w ife," at length muttered Teter
hoarscly. "Ami this, I suppose, is failure "
all there is to be said." J "And that one ?"
Miss Tedder oompivsil lor lij . "A refusal on Hawlev's part to ac
until thev bled, staring at her brother ; ccpt the jiost offered him a refusal
with a fixedness amounting to leroc-;
' it v.
Xo! no!" she breathed fiercely.
"The matter shall not end lu re. That
1 marriage that abominable marriage, j
i She clutched at her heart again, as j
j if suffocating.
Tedder owned his eves widely:
"WW what ran w e do ?" he oueri-1
ed " You would't have me murder
Hawlov. I suppose : yjftwoumni
make luni your husband. -nu, on
the other hand, it wouldn't do-wn-'any
good if you were to kill Clara
"I5ut there is a way, Luke, of undo-
ing that marriage."
Tedder started toward his sisters,
as if electrified,
"Po vou mean it y? Ill never con-
sent to that girl's having Hawley!
I'll dig a gulf Iwtwoen them as broad j
as the ocean ! Til undo that marriage, i
or die ?"
"Softly! Where is Kate V
He referred to their single servant
"She's out for the day," answered
Miss Tedder, arising and planting
uerself in a chair. "There was little
to do, you know, as I did not expect .
vou home until dinner."
" "Then no one will hear us." j
He drew a chair nearer to that of j
his sister and sat down Wside her.
"What's vour idea ?" he asked, in a
".Mr idea in to separate them : to
turn their love to Late ; to dig a pit
lioiieath theii" feet that will remain
' r !
But how ?M
Will. Hawlov irf poor, isu t he
Hawlov irf poor, isn't In1
"Certaiuly; there -in no mihtake
about that. His mother was a help-
invalid for the last ten vears of U
her life, and Will, insisted on her
using for her eoinfort every penny he
ied. It hasn't Imhi six nuiuths j
ninre he was relieved of that hurden. !
Hc-'u iMMir. therefore, as vou sav poor
as Joh's turkev !'
omougly. "He'll have to absent him
self from his dear in order to cam
; their mutual bread and butter. In
MIOll, 1IU II llttv I'f fi IV r-..ii ...
"Well, ves : I suppose he will," as-
i sented Redder. "He can get better
j wages at sea than elsewhere. He'll
sail again soon, no doubt.
"I thought as iimeh. AndUier?ea
i is full of terrible dangers When do
you sail again for Australia ?"
j" "In about two weeks possibly in
j ten dars, as the ship's filling up rap-
"Hawlev is thorough!? ctunjictent
to Ik? your first mate ?"
Redder looked wonderingly at hit
sister a moment, and then answered:
"Of course. I know of no In-tter
man for tlie post.'
"He must !e your first mate, then.
You have influence enough with your
owners, I hojre, to turn out the pres
ent incunilieut ?"
"Why, the pst is already vacant
Mr. Jartling you liavc seen him
Mr. Jarding has just been called
home suddenlv to Ohio, on account of
his father's illness "
"Without the least doubt. It was
understood, you know, as I just now
remarked, that I was to help Hawley
at the first opportunity. We'll ac
cordingly suppose that he sails with
me .as first mate the next vovage.
'You nut Ifavc Liiii nut ItaI,
Lut a prisoner on some desert islnud
twci n lnre and Australia T'
lV.l,l..r 1. u.li'i) liw OKtniiisliliiftit
. -If it inn Ire done." lie said, after!
....i. - t n-.vt
-Vou must tome l.aek and rejMrt !
tbat be is dead, furnishinjr full details
d .'ood l.r.Hif. Tbosc detiiils aud
Z ... . i-ie...i. .
.......u ti-i'i ii.ii lui .iiiui-iin ill iimini- i
Then vou must be all
ncss aud sviiioatbv to tbe vouiiff wid
ov, as sbe will supjrose lierself to Ik.
and in less than a vear thereafter sbe
will be vour wife."
'0b, if this thinr were possible?"
eiphed Peddef, beyinniiifr to look re-
land where vou have left Hawlev;
effect bis rescue ; tell bim bis wife is
dead ; condole and sympathize with
him like an angel ; and conclude the
whole comedy by lieeoniing bis wife
and settlinsr in Australia. You'll
thus have your Clara, on this side of
the ocean, and 1 snail ik nappy witn
Hawk-v on tbe other."
She "was smiling now, with every
sign of antieipated triuniph.
. A to I'edder, he'twisted nervously
in bis chair, nearcely venturing to
"There's just one difficulty," be
muttered "that of getting Hawley
on tbe desert island without bis sus
"It can be done," and the lips of
Miss Tedder came together like the
jaws of a vice. "There's no difficulty
about finding a suitable island ?" -
"Xot the least. I saw the inland
in my mind's eye the moment you ut
tered the word, a glorious one it is
for our purpose.'.' : ; t ; I i s
while he is ashore uih.ii business, or
' you can send him ashore under some
j pretence, such as looking for a tieser-
ter from the ship or for a shipwrecM
sailor, and then sail away
"Sav no more," interrupted 1 odder,
;. i.vnllation. "I see how to
" J 7 -
manage the affair from its oegmning
to its end."
And vou now see that wo can un
: do thai hatetul marriage r
I "Perfectly perfectly. The
1 w ill require a little time and patience
;oi course, ana a niue c.xpeuoiuire oi
,iuohcj, uuiccpuicw w......r...
i Capital ! glorious ! What a load you
ext for vou to marry the pretended
widow. Then for me to rescue the
prisoner and marry him. And finally
j for you and me to be happy, you in
j your way and I in mine you w ith
Clara in New York, and I with Will.
; in Australia. You comprehend the
J w hole project clearly ?"
j "From the tir.-t step to tne last.
. There's only just one possibility oi
based upon uis marriage,
j Miss Tedder turned pal
i "I5ut he won't refuse," she soon do
clared, recovering her equanimity.
"He has long lee!i wanting just such
a place. Married or single, he can't j
neglect his bread and butter. j
"Well said. Uuth. I think we can I
count unon him. The post he came
here to ask me for is now vacant, and
I will accordingly have it offered to i course toward its uoithmost bay .call-;
him. just as if nothing had happened, - ed by LV.pt. Cook L'hristmas Harbor, j
"Kxactly. You needn't speak of! A fair breeze was blowing from the ,
his marriage, or seem to know any . north, and the !-hip w as carrying every :
thing about it. Youcan simply offer stitch of her canvas, including stud-,
him the post in question, in accor- ing sails. j
dance with the old understanding. J Her crow oth w atches were
And he w ill accept it. He can't pos-jbusy about the deck, and the passcii
siblv have anv suspicion of anything ; gers a score in nnmlier had gnth-i
- ii , " .1 I -.1 1 1!
wrong, uutwaruiv ana apparently
we are nil on good terms with one j
another, and will remain so. Let the j
j wages offered him lie liberal. 1 ossi
i blv he may object to leaving his voung
bride so soon, but the next voyage!
after this on " j
Tedder interrupted the remark bv a
gesture of impatience
lie was all j
eagerness now all determination.
"I hat next voyage after this one
w ill not answer," he declared. "Haw-
lew shall accompany me on mv very
'next trip. To make all sure on this j
point, I will have hiin cnirag-i-d this
very day. In tact, 1 will see to tins
seized his hat aud cloves, ad
dressed a few words to his sister, and
quietly took his departure down
town." The last glances the couple
exchanged at the door wer4 full of
The next three or four hours pass-j
- d slowlv to Miss Redder. She was,
lioprinniiig to fear that the whole pro-j
;jct had miscarried at its very coin-j
nieneeinent, and was lrettin? Iierseit
into a fever, when Redder suddenly
made his apiK-aranee. Oncjrlanco at
his vivid flushes, at his dancing eyes,
at his airy manner, was sufficient.
"We triumph then?" she cried,
throwing herself into his arms for the
first time in years.
"Coninlctelv! I saw mv owners
on the subject, aud they
jeetions, as was natural, but the high
wages, the great step upward, the ,
kindlv'interest we all manifested, soon
broutVlit him to a frratcful acceptance!"
"Splendid!" murmured Miss Red- j
tier, with a rippling laugh. "I knew j
the thing was feasible. And so in
two weeks more our found bridegroom
will 1c plowing the sea again "
"In two weeks more. Ruth ? We
shall lie off in six or eight days. The
cargo is fairly tumbling abroad the
Flying t'hildrr, to say nothing of a
fair list of passengers. The lioney-
i mm in if nur lovinrf doves will be
abridged, to six short days more, you
may lu certain."
A tiREAT stEP TAKES.
In the midst of the Antarctic
ocean, a little off the route from New
York to Australia, there lies a large
island named Kerguele'n's Land, or
as Capt. Cook called it the Islam! of
It was discovered just one hun
dred years ago, (in 1772) by the
French naval officer whose name it
bears. It was uninhabited then, and
is to-dar as deserted as ever.
. The smallest wlund 1kv among our
readers can find it upon his map of
the world, about midway between the
south end of Africa und Australia,
well tip toward the South Pole.
I F L a hundred miles in length by
fifty ia breadth, and is coiisetpu ntly j
three or four times a large as Rhode
Im ...miu ur.- wild and dan.riTour? !
Ui.f .;.. .i,,,-;..., i...
tXiH - diti..ns that be made to it, did I
not once bring bis sbips to anelior in
anv of its bavs and barltors.
V . . i . :
. i i .-. . u i-....- i rrj, rii i .. i.i t .
kind-Uoinelhii.ir like that of an bour-s-lass.
it lxing nearly cut in two by e couple j
of larire bavs; but these two divi
sions arc unequal in kIzc, the north
ern peninsula lcing much larger than
Its coast line is widely broken and
jagged its innumerable gulfs Wing
long and narrow, and its promontor
ies are correspondingly sharp and
slender, reaching out iuto the ocean
like fi iiers.
The IrmIv of the island resembles
that of some huge monster of the an-ti-diluvian
world, evon.a ItVaiK
and headlAnd rescnilvo Aura a mon
ster's iiusig-LUy iTmJas aitd clawg' '
A more tofrfic-solitU(V' tlaatMs is
land of IXH1 Alton does Iiot iist Ga
our wret-Ved planet.' - -J ' ' f
Xeither tb 4iwus of Hint winy ii
nor tlaB d if Saliara ctiii oatfif
its terror rt. ' - - '.l..?!.:
Xo inhabitant is there, uot even a
savage no house, no tree, ho shrub,
no fence, no road, no field nor garden,
no horsCjjjo dog not even a snake or
Lone blasted and barren, it looks
like the skeleton of a land that has
It may indeed be that Desolation
is the relic tbe surviving fragment
of a continent that went down
here counties ages ago, with hosts of
inhabitants, In some vast convulsion
: It lias certainly undergone dread-,
ful visitations; been rent by earth-
quakes pulverized by frosts, lashed
and wasted by fierce tempest.
Its mountains are only of mod
erate height, but are capped eternally
Its vegetation is limited to a few
dwarfi'.-h plants, including some
mosses, a sM-cieri of lichen, a coarse
grass, a plant rcH-iiibling u small cab
bag'', and a sort of cress.
lis winds are raw and piercing, its
summers com ana irosiy, us wiuiers
those of the Polar Circles.
1 he interior of the island is occu
pied by immense lggy swamps
where the ground sinks at every step.
The rains in Di-solution arc almost
incessant, in their season, and the is
land is accordingly veined with nu-
. .. ' . c .... I. .....
; njcrous orrent ... eM, ...
rock tremendous cavities and gullies.
The only other season than thi.t of
! the rains i- one of almost constant
The foes of that irhastlv rejrion arc
well worthy of the rains, being of a
cloud-like density, and hovering al
most continually over the whole face
of the island.
The sun of Insolation is usually
hidden by a canopy of lead-colored
clouds, and appears, on the rare occa
sions when it is visible, scarcely
brighter than the moon in other lati
tudes. As to the moon itself, and
the stars, the clouds and fogs randy
permit them to In-tray their existence.
No fi.-h worthy of note, not even
fishes of prey, abound in the adjacent
waters, by reason, perhaps, of their
containing poisonous minerals, or
deadly exhalations from the volcanic
fires lcneatu them.
Yet the dark grim sva inclosing
, Desolation uas done something to re-
pair ttie sterility ot the island.
Tenguins, ducks, gulls, cormorants
and other marine birds arc plentiful
in some of its harbors.
Seals also abound.
Strange and terrible land!
Not a single human lcirig, so far as
is known, has ever- lived there, Pave
as is now to Ik- recorded in these
Near the middle of a dull afternoon
some eleven weeks later than the date
of the preceding events, the good
ship Fhjii'j Vlt iltirr drew near to
the island of Desolation, shaping her
crea in groups, mosuv lorwani, aim ;
were gazing with great interc.-t upon;
the wild, rugged shores la-forc them,
so tar as the, log suspended ujm.ii
those shores permitted them to be-,
The ship had conic here for water, j
nearly all her water casks having
been stove or started during tncsquuil
ton daya previously, nnd t-vrry
dato ujion sliort allowance.
I pon tli qiiiirtor dick ftoo.i C apt.
Luke Toddler, looking unusually hup-
py. witn will, uawiey ikhio nun.
'I mean to get our water aboard
before dark, Captain Peddler, and so
aroid losing a night here said the
young executive, totally unconscious
tif the plot to leave him alone on the
desolate isiand, and of the extraordi
nary adventures which were before
him. J he strange events that hap-
period there, and inuccu tne wnoie
of this thrilling story, will Ik? found ;
in the New York Led-rer, which is
now ready and lor sale at all the
nooK-siores ami new s-tiepois. ask
for the number dated July 13th, and;
in it you will get the continuation of;
thostory from the plate where it
A Pkophesy Yr.itiFiED-TiiE Rrnx
i i of Somerset Pkeuictek IS Years
A .n. About 18 rears ago one. of
Redford's lofty sons, a five foot ten
pounder, with broad, deep chest and j
rather corpulently inclined, who didn't j
revel in broadcloth and velvet, and!
whose Miiiburned and tanned f;vcej
couldn't be mistaken for that of a fair
lainsel, happened, in the pursuit of
Ins lawtiil calling to visit tlie once
lieautiful mountain town of Somerset. I
Whilst lie stopped, a short time, to!
admire the public and other buildings
of the town, and to inhale the pure
mountain air lnTore driving into the
country again, he was jHjunecd by
the stern officers of law, ami under
the charge of breaking the seventh
commandment, in horse flesh, with no
one to recognize or identify him, and
no one to furnish the necessary bail, ,
was confined to the felon's cell. In a
short time the mvsterv was cleared
and the prisoner set free and sent on
his way rejoicing, but he claims to this
day, that as lid bade adieu to Somer
set, he- told theni that their town
would be burned np, for no people" or
no town could prosper who violated
the rights of any man in that manner.
He did not think the conflagration
would visit them so soon, and is very
sorry that his prophecy has lwen ful
filled, and sympathizes with them in
their mintortune, as much and deei-
lv as anv one. Inquirer.
Appltixo Manure. A corresjion
dent of the Rural Home, writes: If
the farmer has manure made, or kept
through the Summer, it will become
fermented; it cannot be avoided iuljr
tbe wumi M-aMin. Suoii niniiiirc
b'st npl'"d Oil tlie BUfface, and Work
,u w,lu tla-iiarrow; and if api:
'a Jrt w ",Ur w,lf,at; there is i rliaps;
!'" ",)i'T n"'f' "i4 ,l 'las tlii'iiu'cUan-;
leal effect or keepiu the siir.ai-e loose ;
In resist tJic fn,-t if ". nil. r i well
- - - - t . . . .
as tlie st.niuiatin-ci m or jrocliuinr
" oar,-v frmvth ,)f thp VT" Ka. 5
tlie use oi green manures in spring
for Summer crops, experience lin.v con
vinced mc that to plojy under, and
allow fermentation to take place in
the soil, where til., the Volatile gases
can lie absorbed 'and taken, up by the
growing crxrn, iaVtha ia)63 economical
and best .WoaiTftcn tleevired in
the effect of manure by the amount
used. In applying tbe common barn
yard manure iu aa tmfornien,cd state,
we get but about one-third the amount
of manure in the same bulk that we
have when used in a decaved state.
Bran for Toultry. It must be
remembered that bulk as well as nu
triment is important in poultry feed.
A distention of the digestive organs
stimulates their activity; andWsidcs,
the hulls of grain serve in the bowels
as vehicles to convey, effect and waste
matter out of the animals system.
Bran contains some of the nutritive
parts of the grain, too, and the very
elements of which eggs are largely
composed. A mixture of half wheat
bran or shorts and half, corn-meal is
better than the latter clear, excepting
when tlie object is fattening, in mak
ing poultry-dough iu winter, never
use water ; but if skim milk con be
afforded, moisten the meal sufficient
ly by using with boiled turnips, beets,
mangotd, or carrots, mashed. These
are too watery alone, but are just what
is needed with meal, and help to give
the diet tlie desirfid bnlkhiess. - !
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... . - . . -
R R R.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
LTRES THE W OU8T PA I NX
In from One to Twenty Minutos.
NOT ONE HOUR
after re&tHnc thli ErtvprtiwTnent Prd ny on
hflKFF.K WITH I'AI.N.
KADWAY'8 KKAKY KKI.IKF lit A COUS FOB
It ww ttte fli uJ I'
Tito Only Juln Komnly
tint Uittjuitlf Um Ui at M &ttirMjjij- mnr, Jlr
JnilnmniftUout, and cures ConrtVti b4Javtr of tfi
.Minn, rurfnAcO, iwwiui, w vi.ua guwius ur organs, vj
$i FJiOlt OlfE TO TWEXTT MINUTES.
no matter bow violent or ri-racuUnc in paw UK
llHSUMATIO, nt-4-riddrn. Infirm, Crlpplrd, crvaul,
licunlzlc or proatraud (ilk duetaa l.a aullcr,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFTOUIl INSTAJfT FASE.
INFLAMMATION OF TH K KII'NEVS
INKI.AM.MATION OK TIIK ULADDEH.
ISKLAXJIATION OF THE IIOWKLS.
COXOKSTIO.H OK TIIK LCXGS.
SOr.I TUI50AT. I.ISKICI'LT nKKATHINO
Al.riTATIoN OK TUK Ufc'AET.
HYSTERICS. CUOUI". IHl'HTIf ElilA.
nwiuMuutr, CATARUU. INFLUENZA.
COI.D CmLtS, AOUR CHILI.s.
Tia;.plicsilunoriha Itrady l rllpf In t he nirt nr
(nru wtarra Uia oia a dUlicultr uuu sill ulunl eaaa
Twenty drona III hlf tnml.Vr of fpr will III a. IW
mn neut, rara CKAMl'S, Si' ASMS. Sol'K sroMACII.
HKAKTIiri'.N, SICK llEAOACHK, ItlAKKIIEA.
l'YSF.NTFKV, COL1''. WINO IN Tllli UUWtLS,
aurl all I.VTKKNAL I'Al.NS. . .
Trarelera al ou!t alwava carrr Bortle of Rfl4w)''a
K raily atelier with lhm. A f. w dropa la water will
Jrcveat aickncal or palna fn.m chanpa of water. Il la
te.lvr than Fraoch Brasilr or Bitten al a tlmuiaut.
FEVEIC AND AGTE.
FEVEW ANO A'jUE cured for City eei.ta. There la
nnt areriHHllal amat la thliworM that will con I em
ami Apie, and all othar Valarinun. Illlloua, Scarlet, Tr
1 h.,ld, Yeiluw. and other Keren (aided hy K AH AY S
t'll.Ls) ao e,uUk aa li All WAY' HEADY KLLH.K.
t My ecuu xr bottir. buld by IruuU.
HEALTH llEftUTY I!
STRONG AND TCRK F.ICH I'.LOOn-IWnBASE
OK FLESH AM M EIlillT-CI.F.AR SKIN ASO
HUL'llfX'L eoMI'LKXlO.'i eklXKKn To ALL.
IMS MADE TIIK MiiT .JTSISHfNO TRKS :
so oi n K, k.vrin auk thk ciianoks
THR B(t l'MKK.ors. THK IS-
KM-KNCF of IU1.S TKULV HUMJtliFLL
Cvery Day an Incroaso In Flosh
ar.d Woiht Is Seen and Folt.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
YtTf dmp of tt,o SAi:.SA!'AKTU.lAX RESOl.V
K r cHMiiinutili-ad tlipmrli th HhMKt, 8wmt, mno.
.n1 'ttlifr tluitU att luit-inoi liw trMXem lha vLpr of lU
for U ri'tAirv tiie uUn i .). lvly wiUi new &nd ut4
liL-rn.-. 1'lcr in tli Ttirtaiit. Mouiii. 'I union. Nodi km
t io (. ii ii tvi.t fii.icr ptrti. r tli ij-rttm, re Ktia
MrnmotH T.ch:inr s fmw the fcUr, m&J ti worrt
Twin f Skin tht'j, Kttii.t.int, Vwr 8"rt. SraM
It-Mg Wrm, s;i KJuiuu, Krvr.vlu, Acne, tiL-k
Sf'i. V-'nnitA In t ti- I-i.-nii, Tinion, Cancer in the
V wiili, mud all wt-tkit.iiuf nqil a&.nfui dbchrr's N if lit
h :.!, lwof Sfw-nn, ni"l nil :ut- id the life prlnct-tl-,
n- wit Itm t untic XAttfe t4 llib wonder of WimJ--m
t'hrmijtin. aitti a few i' i' ute will prove to any
fw-r.t un It for ritlur tf iLta torn of dieaaC iU
jK-trnl wi-trr to cure ll.tin.
If th- nutieiit. tidily lN..mltf rMnccd hf the wartrt
at tl i-HtmiM;i.oii liist H cmlinuuily pmrnraklnr, auo
c- .In in arri-titiK tlifw wa-t.-n, aiil n-pair tiie annic with
! - iiMtvri il n,1.' fir.m Itcilrhy bltMvi uttd this the
i- !:s.!Ai:rLl.l AN lliaacur.
. only dot' tlie IS ab"a va billiaM KrBOlTlfT excel
'' Liii'it rnimli.i nriit! in ll.v cur Of 'lirt.ic Scrofu-
a-t !..ttittiti.u;Al, &iad tlu diatatu: ; but ilia the only
.'i r cure fur
.'.Jacy V :sisid;lcr Complaints
r :i:ut. nn-l W-mb ljjitifi, (irarol, TfiaU-tm, Iroi'y,
. ii- ..f ,itLr, IiiriiitiiM'iioe if L'riue, llrilit'i Ii
. AlUTmiimtriA, and in :l cancn where tlir mm brii'k-tn-;rwtts
fr the vrnicr Ii thick, cWudj-, miied with
- I'natw-n t!ir whitf of an irr. or thread )ik wlitta
f,r thn ! mriid, dnrk, tilt"n apfwaranrr, and
:'.x L'. e-diit driMiit. and wu-n tL.ere I a pr.tk.hr,
' r tr.c ti":i..i wli-n pa-hijr vat-r, and ja.n la ihq
. J . fi Hv-k u.d L"LU. I'llCC, iJJQ.
WORMS.-T?ie ot.Iy known txd sure Itcmcdf
Tumr or 13 Year' Growth
tVurctl hy ISacSway m ESckoIicnU
RinT I r h ill duria TuinoT in the ormrtM mni
All lb K-rtrr iu t.r wm ow hlp (r it. I Lrv4
r tl.iitf rri.u iiif n.id ; It! nMfaiPC hrlfrd mt. I
.mt U-4v lent,&fd tltonrt.l I 1J irj it : fautkad faltk
i. i;.' but f I laMat au(TvrcJ f.r ly:Jv ttiiL I towk na btMllv
. f !? K-tklT.it n4 oim U U IohIwat a fill, mad twm tM
tM of T-'ir Koair hifvf ; mud tlin to K"t tigm oi tumor to t
.pen or frit, BMal J f'-rl hrtlar, priineT. oiJ tr.fj in tluta I kmxrn
lrt-.l' i vrsra. !'! ttutr'.r m la li left mtd if th
!. ,;,' iIhi r" - W'l tois t )t uT t&fl fceacfct d
O.kctX. lOJ COAt I it if jm cboa.
liANXAH p. KNArr.
iFEOT FUEQATIVE PILLS,
. rf-Ttlr- taiiUU-a, e'ernt'r eftated with aweet rum.
fi'.n.tle. uuniy, ceanae, an i am nirtuen. iuo
i'lii. ft t:? cur-- of all ..irfftrUcjiKf u Mnrnitclv
i:.wcia. Kii.or, ji' viii'T, crvoua Oisesses,
it- 'oTiti!atiu.i. L int!i-tr.ss. Induction..
"S ! wu,":' lf'ous revcr. Inflammation of .
rl-t. I'i.MJltifl l lK-:-eal'af'lTiflittoft)iia Intcr?.kl VlaTr
j. 'it-t'ii.ir iio memirr, tiuieral,or tip irU'rWiKiflnir.
; t oirva thn fi4iov.it.e iyuij.UUaA rcauaiiiax trum
1 r'iarf tier oi t)i Dl?-liv itti'mMtl
- n.uikn, Inwmrt IIIm, FUa-. m( U BIW la tht TT4.
r .lit- tf tt. SWfaaavh, Korav iritairn, mi food,
. - . ear U'vit m it Mrnjtcii, Hor VrmttMtionm, inking or
"lv.rtor.ner at lne Pit f Or StotnaM k. ItrtmmiaTuX of Um lid,
.l.rt.-l nrl Ih-aWnlt Brratltlnf, FIatlrinf ml ttm llorl, Ototiiitft
't j(itrtikTX Seviatitn hto In s Lvinff ftMtvr, tHmrmmmt
V .Am or .Vrl Uforv th Sl, ' m9 mmA Prntl Vm la
e- tsi, lattil-MtM-V tt l)4rtPB. lktM- tat Mia
k. fun U tUl, Luulw, u4 witMra flmbm mt
-at. bMt1.lf.jr Ik lb Fle-h.
A U- it w f KAHWAVS riT.LS will frrt tb rr-
.i I'.inunll t).e sUVt -i-a't--tl 'll nkr. Itlce, 2 OCUta
i i-.r. s-l.l HY M;l (ilsT3.
:;.A! -K.W.SK AND TKL'K." frnj obs Mtcr.
..' RAinviY M CO.. o. h; Maidea Ia. Kw-
Knives and Forks. A
f a IM . -
Taxes. shovels, locks.
Hinges, Nails, Files, etc.
iCarpenter's, Blacksmith's, and) j
IViV AGRICULTURAL TOOLS, t
a .. Of
irrA rt 1 I o v n, r., jjari
a. rr, T.ik.r A Rlrth I'S h
. wrm .v .
Juiis imtur. joni. navw.iKT.
JOHN RIHERT & CO.,' J
X 2i0 MAIN STREET,
J O II X STO W X, P K X X A ''.
We oll Inn ft nemtisMc in all luirt of the T'nl
Uil Slate, an.1 tNuia.U. aitl in Ereii;ii Cfiuitrica.
'luy i ! I. t'iuiii. mi' I Uvveroiiieiit Jtomt nt
liiifhcpt nurket prfoe. lvnn wooer on afiprtivtii
ai-curiiy. lr.iflr ami t !lierk on oilier bank-cufh-eI.
Money rttviveil u:ni.'ijelt iNtyaMcon ileinan l
Interest l Vie rate of Sis per cent. er
. 1 a n it m paid m Ti.ne Depotiit.
Errrviliiiur in tlie Banking T.Ioe rwclvi our
iMinit nllcnllnn. - I
TlmnkliH tuvur frirmla ami -utrmerf fur their;
TaKt itatroiiairi. we t.llrit a eoiitinuanoe nf the
:one. ainl invue utlif-rv wIki tiave 1'ii.ioea ionur
line to k iri? ir a trial. anrlni all. tliiit vri- ahull at
all im- ilo nil we ran to give entire aatlafaetlon.
Feb 21 Te JOUX UIItEKT . t'O.
"JIKAUD Hol St;
t'onsKn Xisnr axn Ciiestxtt Stukets,
P II I L A I) E L P II I A
1L IV II AX AG A,
Ever) ihlnit p. rtainin to llilli-Ar h al kwe!t frk-oa,
niuiitratnl Catalogue aent lr mull
H. W. Collcnder, . New York,
SuCL.r to PHEI.AX 4l COLLKXDER,
Depositors secured by Real Estate
Six Per Cent. Interest
Paid to depositors on tho compoundinj
tf.illfHtiim it directed lo tht liberal pro
ri.voiu for tritlulrairing money ttepotllrd.
It raw ft ebm at rmall Awsownf , W1TIIO VI
XOT1CE riiUM TIIK DEPOSITOR.
' All rommunlealion will roettrt prmnpl
JAMES T. BRADY,
x . a m i-f v x
Viaiesar Bitten ara rot a rile 'aacy Drink,
made of Poor Rnjn, Whiskey, Proof Spirits and Refine
Liquon, dnciored, apKed, and sweetened lo please the
ttue, called " l ooict," " Appetiiert," " Reatorera,"
Ac, that lead the tippler on to drunken net. and ruin,
dui are a irae meaicine, nuae rrom tne native roots
and herbs of California, (roe from all Alcoholic Stimulants.
They are the Great I Hood Purifier and a Life-girint
Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invicorator of the
Srsiem, carrying o(T all poisonous matter and restoring
me uiooa 10 a ncauny conaiuon, enricmnr it, reiteaning
and invifforatinz bota anind anrl body. They are easy
of administration, prompt in their action, certain in their
results, tile and reliable in au forms of otaease.
Mo Hereon can take three Bitter accord
ing to directions, and remain lone nnwell, provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the pwat
Vv-anensla or Illillcreat Ion. Headache. Pain
in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Cheat, Dir
tiness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Month, llihous Attacks, Palpitation of the
Hear!, Inflammation of the Lung, Pain in the regions ot
the Kidneys, and a htmdretl other painful symptom,
are the olUprings of llyspei
psia. In these complaints
tic will prove a better guar:
it has no equal, and one oott.
antee cf it merits than a lenirihy advertisement.
For Kemnlo Complaint-, in rouns or old.
married or single, at the dawn of worn ja hood, or the
tum of life, these Tonic Ritttrt display o decided aa
influence that a marked linproreuient is soon percep
tible. For Inflammatory ami Chronle Rhea
mat lam and Gout,. Dyepia or Indigestion, liiltou,
K emit tent and Intermittent Fever. lhtexe of the
H.ood, Liver, Kidnev ani Rladder, these Bitter hart
been most ftticcesftful. Such Diseaite are caed by
Vitiated l.tood, whch i generally produced by derange
nent of the Dieestire Ornan,
Tbojr ara a Vculle lnreallr a well as
Tonic poatessine; also (lie jccuJir merit of acting
as a powerful a;ent in relievm (.'onesiiun or Inflanw
aiatioa of the Urer and Visceral Org..!, and in Bilious
For Skin Dirar, Krupt'ons, Tetter. Silt
Rheum, lUotches, Spots, I'lmple. Pustules, I.oi!s, Car
hunclcs. King-worms, Scald Head, Sore Kyes, Ery
sipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Iisco.orationsof tlte Skin, Humors
aud Diseases of the Skirt, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dir up and carried not of the system in a
short turns by the ue of these Hitlers. One bottle in
such cases will convince the most incredulous of their
Cleanse I lie Vitiated III aotl whenever yoa
find its impurities burs tine thrmigh the skin in 1'imples,
Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed and 1 hcs i all in the veins ; cleanse it when it is
foul ; your feeing will tell you when. Keep the blood
pure, and I he health of the system will follow.
Orate ful thousands proclaim Vinhgar Hit
ters the most wonderful luvigorant that ever sustained
the sinking system.
Plnv Tape, ami other Worms, lurking in
the system of so m.iny thousands are effectually de
stroyed and removed. Says a distinguished physiol
ogist : There is scarcely an individual uion the face of die
earth whose body iseiempt from the presence of worms.
It if not upon the heathy elements of tlte body that
wonrs exist, but ujkhi tlie diseased humors and slimy
deposits that breed these living monsters of disease.
No system of Medicine, no vermifuge, no anthelmin
itics, will fice the system from worm like these Bit
ters. Mechanical DUeascs. Persons engaged, io
Paints and Minera!. snch as Plumbers, Type-setters,
Ciold beaters, and Miners, as they advance in hie. will
lie subject to paralrsts of the Bowels. To guard against
this take a dose of Walks as Vinbgak Uittsbs once
or twice a week, as a Preventive.
nilloua Kemliteut, and Intermittent
Fcvtrtt which are so preraent in ike vaiieys of our
great rivers tlirouphout the United Sutes, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Ten
nessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Coiorad4 Brazos,
Kio (Irande, Pearl. Aiabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roan
oke, James, and many oWiers, with their vast tributa
ries, throughout our entire country d urine, the Summer
and Autumn, and remarkably so duncg seasons of
unusual het and dryness, are invariably accompanied
by extensive derangement ot" the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. There are always more or less
obstructions ot the liver, a weakness and irritable state
of the stomacli, and great torpor of the bowels, being
clogged up with vitiated accumulations. In their treat-
mcnt, a parzatire, exerting a powemil influence upon
these various organs, is essentially necessary. There is
.1 r.- .1 1 1 ..
v,vt P.rs-rr ihl-JH mMi Mnw. th
oark-coiorea nsoa matter witn wmcn tne ooweis are
loaded, at the same time stimnlatins; the secretions of
the liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions
of the digestive orpins.
Hrrofvailat or Kln;s Krtl. WliUe Swellings,
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofulous
Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial Af
fections, Oid Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes,
etc, etc In these, as in all other constitutional Dis
eases, Walkkk's Vinkcas Bittsss have shown their
great curative powers io tlte roost obstinate and intract
able ca vi
Dr. Walkera California VinecorDltf era
act on mil these cases in a simitar manner. By purifying
the Ulood thv remove the eauae.
ise, and by resolving away
the eeecte of the inflammation (the tubercular dcpoaital
the atlected paru receive hcaitli, aad a permanent cure
The proper! lea nf Da. Wai.kii'i Vihicai
Rimll are Aperient. Diapliorelic and Carminative,
Nutritious, Laxative, liiurcuc. Sedative, Cooiiter-Irri-tant.
Sudorific Alterative, and AnteBilioua.
The Aperient and mild Lautive propertiei o
Da. Wtun'l Vinicak I'.itti5 are the best safif
cnird in all cases of cruptiou and auufnaat fevers,
their balsamic heajin;, and sootliiojc properties protect
the humors of the fauces. Tbetr Sedative properties
allay pain in the nervous system, stonucn, and boweis,
either from inflammation, wind, coiic. cramps, etc
Their Counter-irritant influence extends thmuc.liout
the aystem. Their Diuretic properties act on the Kid
neys, correcting aad regulating the flow of urine. Their
Auti-Biiious properties sumoiate the liver, in tht secre
tion of bile, and us discharges through the biliary ducts,
and are superior to all remedial agents, liar the cure ol
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, etc
Fortify the body ngaiaat illeeaee by psri
fyinr, all its fluids with Vihxca BlTTaas. No epi
demic can take hold of a system thus forearmed. The
liver, tlie stomach, the boweia, the kidneys, aad the
nerves are rendered diseaae-proo by this great iavi(
orant. Directions. Take of tht Bitters on goiog to bed
at night from a half to one and one-half wir.e-glaat.fulL
Eat rood nouriahini food, such as beef steak, mutton
t chop, venison, roast beef, and vegetables, and tak
out-door eatrrase. 1 ney are conpoaeoi oi purely veget
able ingredients, aad contain no spirit.
J. WALKER. Prop'r. R.M. McDOSALDaV Cn
Druggists and Gen. Agta, San Francisco, Cak.
and cur. of Washington and Charlton St., New York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
IIARNETlSVnXK, SOMEESET CO., TA
The rnl.Kcrllior informs Ma frlemla ami the irtih
11c that he is new ilirutinjr his entire time to hu
The lint one ever started in theeountv, aral it rire
pared to lunilf h jiromjitly all kinds of
0 RN A M EXTAL Tit EES,
Vines and Plants.
II is coxxixn ION W 1TH
KNOX'S PITTSI5UR0 NURSERY
The larirest an.1 most romjilete in the 1'nite.l
Suite, eualilea him to guantnlce to his eatomra
thertoin.-i varieliin ami lhrlllli't growth. Mis
prices are lower than ever before. Ills resolve la
m.t to be eu t.li me by anv In the State in price or
quality. Them wonls wili lw nui.le t'1! lie will
H'rminally aolirit onlers this fall, but onlera ail
ilreiiaeil ufl above will be prompUy atft-mled to.
Hvud them in carlr.
" HAKRISOX H. KEMPH.
OL I'll L,
A. H. Franciscus & Co.. j
mri!TKi:s xvd dkalkkr ix
COTTON YARNS, 15ATTS, WICK,
Twine and Ropes,
i;ook:n: t;i.Asi!, ci.ofK.s, fancy baskets
Wooden and Willow Ware, &c,
5iANi vA-rriiki!i ami jor.nutH or
OIL CLOTH!!- 3IATTIXO, RUOS, ice.,
&1.1 M.akct Street and 110 L'ouimorrc Street,
The nndrrtiimed. pnirletor nf Ibe Iiiamond
HoteLunthe aontheai.t eumerof tlie lilauiwud. be
inu: lmlnced bv his many Iriendfl, would say tu the
trveltLr ublic tliat he U now prepared to nn-vive
and tioHpitnhly entertain all who inuy k'v bim s
call. Hie houM will be ennducted with the beat
wder and furnish hue aoeoininiHlatlons.
Stoystown. Pa., A-il 17th, 18TU.
1 RAIN CRADLES The und.r-
T siirned in now enirairetl in making upwards
ot aiOtlr.iin fnnlli-a, of an improved iattern, Qr
liur th sharp Ifruund Clipjirr Scythe, wliirh U the
brut manufactured. The cradles will I distribu
te. I through the county between tbe lut aud 'Attn
of June next. PrTMUil wlliinir to purchase will
tind them for sale at all the principal buinem
places in the county. A larjre number ara made
ready al the wuuuuirtorv at Berlin. Frice t.
apr. 17. OEU P. HAY, Merlin, Pa.
8. C. KKia.
4. . LIVKMiOOD.
JaKlM, k LIVKNGOOD,, : , ;
SALISBUBYtlSLKLICK, P. 0.
Soxerset CovxTr, Pkxh'a.
Drafli bonirht and sold, and eolrectlucui made on
I nil ports of the country.
Interest allowed on lime deposits.
I Siecial arranfrmenls with Unardlant and other
1 whu hold moneys in trout. Jan 17 73
j J O. HARVEY k Of)., j ..
j BVTTSR COMMISSlOSMEtCHJUTS -
i 67 EXCHANGE PLACB, BALTIMORE.
- - . -
j Liberal cash adranec on consignments and
returns promptly made, i.i . ,i : , : . - ,
HwjU and Hhorn. -
If firry C :KcerII.H
R'rrMS-t fully hif'irm "llm rliiinaof S.imera't n l
the iMle Knuirallv, th.it be ha joxt pjilcniahe-l
In the New Building en Main Cross
SPLENDID STOCK OF (JOODK
. i ""n1""? "Ti lil. at lhelwra-lii,rUM,
nil la llllllia rial ll. Illrlilak I. a. a. 1. 1 i i . a. . .
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
He will keep n.nrtantlr lian.1 anil prri.r
el te niuke to iikr on tn.rt tvkt,
Men, Women and Children,
Kmlirarlnx every line .f ijr rlaw r.la In mate-
rial and i.rkniaiilil. In.m I he tiny Wl,r tu Ike
niM the tin;
lina.livt treaii limirun
HI be hirnlrh-
RrSKI.V OF CALF.
AND LASTINO MATERIALS'
An.1 of the m.t f:i-hi.ial,lr xtylt-a.
He wilt inrure a viu.l lit .n.i ..ir...t ...
all who inuy (rive linn a rail.
Hei'almt i.n'iiarel lo lurnl.h .1... .. . L.. -1,1.
a ruuiU-te awirtini-nt of
Lasts and Shoe Findings
Of every kin. I. whi. bwlll I .. at the lowvt ea.h
11. h . I of flMit lHie on lwrt witire.
"ini'lt t Z ill a '".rve '"k-,,v
,, - i - i""r"i"iij it ii-vy, a ixj itw 11 r
tru it?, "k ",rrt !"'- to tluaineaa. to tZxirl
.......o.cu! j.ui.ur uaiP4Mci.
; DAVIS & RROS "
Grocery and Confectionery,
vtdeflrv In inform the rM.t.lM ..r l.i. . !
till.v tliat we hnv. .mr.li.aed the ln ry hI t W
ruiniet llou.e. ami
aluuhle a. Klii . mi i
to the already no- etoi k l (lo!
We aril all the
DRIED AXDCAXXED FKl'ITS.
LtTIALOlU TOBAffll. f 'Id A lis,
All kin.1!" K reru n an.1 cvinmoa
CANDIES, NITS. CRACKERS,
FANCY CAKKS. FEK Fl'JIEHY.
AXD TOILET ARTICLES,
CO.M1IS, URI SIIES. SOAP, fcx.
Alo an s..rtiiMnt of Tuva. Ac., f..r the little i
11 yi.o want anythiiiji la the lin.irv and C.m
fecll.iiicry hue call at
Davis' Cheap Grocery,
HATS AND CAPS,
Leather and Shoe Findings.
J. If. Ziiiiniermaii
Takes j.l.'aror In calling the attention of tbe elt
Ixen of Sumeraet ami vicinity to the faH that be
has epenetl a rtore in hie residence on 1'nioa street,
where there will alwava be ki-j un liaaxl a ei.iu
Jilele affonmmi of
Boots and Shoes,
'f Eastern and home manufacture, a large an.1
well aanurteU rturk ul
HATS -rVlSTTJ CAPS,
Ami a grv.it variety of
leather and Shoe riiitliii;4
Of aU kin.K
There if also attm-hcl to the store a
CUSTOM-MADE HOOT & SHOE
V lib X. II. SXYDER aseutter ami litter, which
".k uuirieni aruanuiire inai an worn iua.ie
Ui in the ahop will not onlr Ut the feet of rutom
era hut tluit only the bent niuUrial will he .l
ill be rmnhiyril. The pnblii are r.-rpivtlulU
and rxamiue his Mirk.
OR SALE AT
500 lt -ti.ber. ISTi - K January. W.i, fiaJO
lt April, 18T3, and -ooo a year thereafter,
A Farm of229 Acres,
Harlnx two New llonae. New Hank 11am, irund
Orrliard nnd Sunar l'auii. well tiiubrrcl aud well
improved, within half mile of North Pork liall
rund. Poeaem-kai 1st April 173.
(Ic l aper will be taken fur the ttrst twe pay
ments. I'oasewlon for cutting timber alvvn as soua at
l.vvt is iwid.
W. J. 1IAEK.
Sumeraet, May , Ti
MtmufiH-turers of all irnuUn of
Attention particularly akel of Jobliert,
-nler!i solicited by E. 1L lar"luill,druKnL,
Momeraet, Pa. my. S.
LITERATVUE, ART AND SOXU
la the beat selllna; book ever ottered. It combiner
the humor of anecdote, the wladom of raaay, the
Information of history and bk icraphy, the sweet.
aeiw awl p-ranileur of poetrv. th eiqulslt charm of
mn-ite, and HU beautllul illuatratlu.
"Solid reoallna; for irraver moments ; pleasant pic
tures to Illumine quiet hears ; and Kerns of song for
tlie social circle."
An agent write. "Sold 1'.7 eoplM thii week will
Mil Sou this month easily."
- Onr wear nras raari4 doe away with
objections to tne business. Particulars free A val
uable prenent to every new Airent.
INTEBX ATIONAu PfBLlSHrXO fO..
W and M Liberty Street, New-York.
IIE LIVE GROCERY.
C. V. l II o A D S i C O.
BeapeetfuUy aniiMiaee to I be public Umi Ikey have
bpeiwtl their ynjevry in tte haaenieat of
ling hou.. luUly ocr..leJ t, W. J. lUee, lB
Waabiiigtua llutel, ami are um
frv.h eupplleeof erylhiog in tbe
GROCERY AND CONFECTIONERY
' Une. (llvo ut a oM. Ilur gwla are M tbe very
' U-rt iU3lltr. We alll an.learir tuplraae ill. We
1 keep all the rx-at brand of
iUll U AXDUEAL,
roFffcK, TEA, SL'UAK, KICK, SYKtl',
Ml (LANS KM, BAKING ITlWDtiiS,
washi.nu nm ttKs,
ALL KIN US SOAP,
j " I.E.MO.,
A IX KIMS
- SHOE BLAt'Kl.MJ.
(.'A.N I'LL k.
FISH, OIL, SALT, he..
FRENCH a, . MO.N
C D I .K S ,
j XVTS, A LL KIS1S,
FRUIT IJ ISC CITS,
GISGER SNA I'S,
Met aid Fancy Articles Generally,
miititn THii PLata.
IN HAS EH EXT OF THE LATE RESIDENCE
W. J. BALK. LS.
I Nov. 14. Tl-lr.
THE HIGHEST MAkKET MICE PAID fOK
ALL KISDS OF COVSTR V PROOfCE.
w. w. avABLa. a. r. tvm
KEIM & CO..
SltVESSOKS Til 511 TZUA.S' fc KEial
c. r. khoam.
j Hare Remored
SOMERSET FOUNDRY.;70 T,IEIK NEW builpix,
j Xo?. r at 541
I I.IKERTY STKEirr,
j Oppiite Wowl Street,
Ilea leave to say Iu its Patron and the Publle that
' they will nmtuiue toauplv whatever is needed in
j th. lr hue by Earinvr. liuiUlers, HouMkerpera.
i Cariieuters. Vllaek'Tuitbs. Miner. Miller. Lum
bermen and alanuraeturer r anv rally.
FOR COOKING AND HEATING,
tf the moat dealrable kinds, whkrh have never, aa
yet. tailed to git entire saii'liwiluD, are always
kept oa haul.
Of the various nattems bet adapted Id the wants
of our Fanner", wairuuted to a'T sanlsuaethm.
t nr larfce oumiier aineaiij u. i.iv.. ..m
and the adjvlnlae; ruantlea. and a ataauiliy Inerraa
liiK demand, are a aunVieul guarantee ol tbetr
ForMlninar. Iaiuberlu);. Railroad Puildtn. A..,
of tha m.at aprovedtttenia and best material,
mude tu order on short notice.
GRIST AND SAW MILL IRONS,
UILLSr'l.NULK.S, SAW HiNDKUA
IKON RAILING. BAUXIXIES. BKAriLLTS.
Window and Door-Sills,
Th lb' IMrott, aavl th "Parker" liv-wclksa
HKUIW-WARE, STOVE PIPE,
For all th different Plows used In th county.
W are the authorised aaat J tor tha sal of
SPEAR'S ANT1-DVST PARLOR HTOVES.
In thb ovaaty.
We sell, at manufacturers' price,
TIIE SPRAOVE MOWER,
THE Kl'SSEL REAPER AN II HOW EH,
THE BEST STEEL PLOWS,
THE BEST HORSE SAXES,
And AaTtoultural Implement irenerally.
W hop to merit a continuance of th patrunag
so Liberally extended to this Mtabllsbment.
Oar price will be fair aad onr term liberal
!f. O. tXA
Jan. 10, Tl.
E T E R II E F FU:y,
K F.A KSDJI KKS ET. Pa.,
llrve.J. TburetIt-l.reJ TkTf IN1 an.l hka,
! UV CATTXf; COTH Wf.LI. SHto
C'lIESTKR WHITE UIJUS. SOISH
; SHEPHERD UOOS, BRAIAH a,.
! limn BcEnio Oi.i
STALLIONS FOR 157.
Seaaon 1 April; Eula July l.k.
BRACK LEIC ESTERS I II III'
iiairted from FdkUiuI. atanla fall IT ktr.i
irk. wilb i.lrn.li. arti,: h. i. .. !T '
nmpetent jivle. the Uat iMian ot all,.
b..rae in Pennnay Irani.. Hia eta 1 1 Mc
oen...i..iio every market in tbeeoonirv T
maJMlinx pru-e U.M ti.oo to 1 Un
i lor in WeatiiMrfetaaJ Count, A.
Blwk I-lrettrrtliire an ' l,v thai i k
llrter;..! Hem. hi.tv wtrol
Iter Bold h-
r.adatu niK' by that nAe. lr,,'.hinl , k.
Ilrai iilale: N.a by ,, XiTStV
B..V. wbk-b waa the .ire of r!l ItraviaaoT
terfthire Hen ilain an. irijt bv th.. m.i . 7 ?
.... Krmnarml r-rlaev m..k .
j rerrhir bre.1 h..re p.lark Leieraterahire
I wm ..t by thai rral ,n,ma Lrlr-etrrar.iA.i'''
wnirn a-i n atauiura tnt tr..
m. rt.l I-ter wa.
tbe ntiue aean..
iruitirai. ea-b. iilwk
Lrzx bv U.l Tw.. :t
v. lil. h M rve.1 at bie K'"" h
Terui.i M ii .r Insurance.
ALU AM BRA.
O'rf by lbbllet.. he by Kve.vk-'. Hin.t
an. kc by ANIallab. be bv .Mainbrinu be i
iieMrimer. dam by Erank Pler-, l. i'
land Bl-k Hawk, heby Amlrew JarkaJa i?
Younic Bavuhaw, bv by Imp. Arabian itntT2
In a lieautliul Bay, witu a tmall .r rr
of lonn and temjer. A deaoendeut of '.it, X
Tnjttlnx Hlul. he ean xrA bat develop Ur "
did tnictiiiK aetba of whirh be o..w
proniiw. Hie i-ire b4i tbe dm trvrn urn f
State Kair. at Klraira. Jf. Y., in lrt
Hume dT xettina: K.-latr trHtinir IE X'X.
now etaa.1. at 4 lnauranet; and HiviZ
Hamblet.jnuin, In Cbrater. Krai.g; cijUo:," v -'
Term a t-AJ br IiuoraEy-e.
Parting" ,with a mare before abe U tstmi
I with UmL forfritf the inrurabre Ail a.-rh.u
aud e-aie at the rl.-k of the i,ar
M-PaKtuntire aaarea lni a ilutav,
A lal lr mluio will be xiven Kv uv
bet eolt of Lciceaterfbire ut. of aELer.'v
KKbile; for the tie nlly. tbe eervir of tne
ao.1 lor tbe third beat roll or uiiv. tn (
U.u- lnrml L.r wr. ... t '.I ...
eoaniuir 'ottnty Pair. II hekl ; and If nut. th
. time will be announced to eorue olf early ta ir,
i ber : to le dci-idel by three furpetept 'o '
PS P. Hti i'LKI
0V IS THE TIME!
;ki :i:u.i!i.i: .c.is;
TO SELL THE
New Under Feed
Wilson Sewing Machii:
I lleit Maciiltie In the Wr.rl.1. r!et will
i rliiue In market. Fnce. emnplete. fw uo.
I ten warranty i.r w vcarv. Ajij.iv nun '!:
' t 4f 11 II It Ft KI ESI I k
I marl X' . 1J wih Sirert. r"it!r!.urh. K
i jANI'S AXI BUILIUNO I
lluildwiz Us In tlie
Borough of Somerset
Kliiril.lv .'ItuateJ, an.1
Fanniiig, Mineral anl Titer II
OX At OOMMOIiATINO TKK3i
A rairtkin of tht lands are
Ktliers ure aniatpruvcl.
IRON ORE and
Are f. un.l on ,.nie of them, of lair qaai;:.'
tunntiiv. Fur term. Ar., call on or aJilrv-'
Aunurt 3?. Tl-tC Suuenet. Pa
239 REMOVAL 24'
SHANNON & CO.
And open with
AX ELEOANT STOCK OF
Notions and Small Ware..
SELL AT LOWEST EASTEKX PEIt'LS
BnycT are taviterl f.
c. ABBrnixrrr. w. T. khaxn.i.
Eeb U 3 mo
J. o. ".TlirilMW"
Lumber Company, ,a
(1ARKETT, SOMERSET tX)., PA
Earnest, Delp & Camp.
ANI CHasTNl"T LVMBER.
SAWEI) ANUSHAVKP SHINiiL
AND PLASTER1NU LATH.
ir..:u: l. .
DUIIUIIlg UUITIUCI Xarr
Cut to a bill' at short rti.. "X7"
Order from lumfier dealer promptly ailed T f
wholesale prh-es. au. a 'Tl &
' AT HrFRANClSCUS &. Co.. P"
513 MARKET STREET.
We have opencl for the Sprina; trade, the ial
t ami be.t aosorted aturk ul
Table. Stair and FlenrOil Tha. Wlmlow Shsw'
an.1 Paprr, t'ri' Chain, t'otttai 1 am. Bai
tin. Wadding. Twines. Wick. CUa-U Unpen,
IaioklnaT-Olawa. Kancv Baskets. Hn.a
Hufketa. Knckrt. Kruanee.llothrs
W rimer. W woucn an.1 U
low Ware in th I nit
f mr lanre increase In bnlnesenhl to"
low prices aud funii-h th beat quaiity vf a1"
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
Celebrated American Wasber.
PRICE, & Su.
Over 13,000 old in Six M.'titi-
Term: t'arpet. Mday.
All other irood, JO days. Net.
TA ettlea, ir
1 REAT INDUCEMENTS
Peron wantlrifr nrrt-elas Fruit Trees.
and Pmnts should call uv
Sonwraet Couaty. ij
l ou ran Durcluvse of aim at kwr nu-
MANHOOD: HOW LOST. HKAJ
KESTORED.-Jut butUabed. ' ,
Uon of Dr. Culverweil'l Cele-brwted ar " Our bn
radicml rare (without mcdlcine)lSP""1 , V,'. Sp.
or Seminal Weakne. involuntary Sc".
as. lmpocrnar. MentaU -d PhyUcaU TO T
ImiaMitiienl to Marriaare. : ,Vt
thai. Epilepsy and Pit. Induced by sell-ual
or seinal eitrnvajrane. . - u
ae-rnce, in a aaalrd envalooav Tav VJ
The celebrated author, la tu adielraw, .w
clearlv demonstrate from a U'ty .rJB
ful practice, tliat to alarmn.: T,i7iaog m 1
self.abii Biav be rwlleaity eureJ
a-enms use of Internal medieln or UJ J0ZT
"f the knife: poiatina out a mod of cart nj p
simple, certain and eflectuaU b? "", I
every laffarer. no matter what hi .
be. may euro hluaseU hiply, privately ik
youth and every man la th land. M,
7 Sent, under VeaU in a plain ""aTl"
i)re. post-paid, on receipt of alx atnu. ""rJW,
W,Anb Dr. Culrerweir. '"fff
IV Boarery. New Turk. Poa oft