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Tlio following discussions on
"Laks in Pair' Farming, and Low to
nop them," we extract from the
Country Gentleman :
Hon. Harris Iitwis, of Herkimer,
ocncd the discusion in a very prac
tical and sensible way. He remarked
that, as a general rule, it is not the
lariro Wks that ruin the farmer, but
the small ones. The largv ones arc
rasily discovered and Htojtpcd, while
the small ones are suffered to run on.
The first leak he would allude to
was the manner of driving1 the cows
to and from the pasture. Many dai
ry men suffer the cows to lie driven ly
flops, and not unfrequently throusrh a
lose and muddy liar-way, where per
manent injury to the cows is often
caused by their crowding and hook-in-r
each other, Roys are Bonu'tiineg
allowed to drive them with stones and
sticks, often scaring tbeui into a run.
He would prefer a well-trained
hr rd dog to any boy he ever saw.
t'arrlesstM'ss in driving cows oauped
a lek of from ten to fifteen jkt cent.
2. Time and Manner of Milk ing.
Here is a big leak. No rough man
who storms or yells at the cow,
should be allowed in the vard. The
cows should be milked by the clock.
Each man should have Lis own cows,
and always milk No. 1 first, Xo. 2
next, and so on. It will not do to
milk Tolly first nnd Sally last in the
morning, and Sallv first and IVlly
last at night. Milk quickly and gent
ly, without any noise or excitement
The cows will give more milk and
3. Care in Feeding. It is impor
tant not only to provide good and
sufficient food, but it must be fed reg
ularly. If the food is delayed, the
cows leconic impatient, and fret like
a hungry child.
4. Kind of Stock. A great leak is
caused by keepingpoor cows. Every
year dairymen have to milk cows that
do not pay for their keeping. Has
had cows in his herd that made 700
pounds of cheese in a season, while
others in the same herd gave not more
than 200 pounds. We should select
our herd with great care, and then
endeavor to improve it AVc must
raise our own dairy cows. The na
tive cows are best to start with, if
selected for their milking qualities.
Then get a good through bred bull of
the breed we desire, and be sure that
he comes of a good family of the
breed. We should raise 10 per cent
every year. That is, in a dairy of 50
cows, we should every year raise five
heifer calves, and when they come in,
turn off five of the oldest or joorest
cows. His own choice of breed is
decidedly the Durham, unless the
pastures are Kor, in which case he
r-iiul.l prefer the Ayrshire. The
Durham is good for Ix-cf, and if a cow
fails to le a good milker, she can be
sold to the butcher at a good price.
Two years ago there were 1,500 cows
sold in the fall at an average of $13,
which cost $70 each the previous
spring. The cheese from each cow
osts 35 cents ier pound, while it
was sold for 14 cents. This is a big
5. Letting Hag get oeer llite.
This is a great leak. He would cut
the grass when the first timothy
blossoms aptcar, and so with clover.
If you do not commence as early as
t his, the last cut hay will lie overripe.
I'eed the early cut hay to the cows,
as w)on as they come in. It is better
i. Kind of Grats. Farmers are
as wedded to timothy and clover as
Kphraim was to his idols. They kill
the native grasses by ploughing the
land, and then insist on making timo
thy and clover prow w here the soil is
not adapted for them. This is a leak
oqual to feeding a Log with a hoe in
the pig trough.
i. Drainage is destined to work a
greater revolution in our grass land
than all other things combined. The
lo?s sustained from want of drainage
constitutes one of our worst leaks.
3. Poor JL lp to Male 11 utter and
Viecsc. Mctter abandon the business
if we cannot do the work ourselves or
get good help. There is a great deal
of butter made that is worthless ex
cept for grease. A few cents more a
pound wwuld pay for the Ust help and
the best dairy utensils.
9. Allowing Manure to Warte is a
great leak He would always apply
manure on the surface. As a dairy
man he would rather Lave one load
of manure applied on the surface than
r ten loads ploughed under. Would
draw out the manure fresh, and ap-
ilv it at all seasons when most con-
. . .
vcnicut, on the meadows and pastures.
Had not a foot of land on his farm
that the manure did not agree with.
It is all nioonJnnc to fork over man
ure and rot it. It leaks away. He
spread Lis manure on the surface,
aud eoes over it with a brush har
10. Poor Imydnnent are a great
, leak, He would always get the best
that were to be had.
There are a great many more leaks.
We are all acquainted with them, and
often promise ourselves that we will
stop them. He would leave the sub
ject to the meeting.
Mr Curtis of Saratoga One of
the most important implements on a
dairy farm was the curry comb. Most
farmers leave the animals to do their
own scratching. It isas important to
curry at H is to feed. The eows like
it. They get impatient for their turn.
Knew a farmer who had a quarrel
with Lis hired man because bo would
not curry the tove. It is a great
mistake not to provide abundance of
green food for extra feeding in sum
mer. The cow is a machine for con
verting food into milk, and the more
she will eat the lietter. It is great
folly to give abundance of food when
it happens to lie plenty and to starve
the animals when food is scarce.
Comfortable quarters, shelter and a
good yard save half the food. He be
lieved Mr. Lewis claimed that it saved
three quarters of the food.
Mmmnr the freJt Trees.
Advices from Rucks, Herks aud
Montgomery counties, among the best
of our fruit-producing regions, tell us
that the apple crop is likely to be one
of tun heaviest known. And vet
there have btn already two pretty
full crops in the last two years. We
shall expect to Lear in future years
that toe apple ts "unsuited to the
sod of Pennsylvania," unless some
thing is done to sustain thc strain on
vitality which such continuous bear
ing bo often results in. It tnu-t not
Is forgotten that all this uuu of fruit
is not made tip from nothing; but
that thc matter of their substance is
in a large degree taken from thc soil.
We never think to get crops of corn
or potatoes without continuous and
regular manuring, nor can we get ap
ples. Jefferis, one of thc best of thc
Chester county apple-raisers, as was
stated at the last winter's meeting of
the Pennsylvania fruit-growers' meet
ing held in Philadelphia, manures Lis
apple treea regularly every year.
Whenever he hag little else to do, or
Las any refuse that he can get, he
hauls it as a top dressing for his ap
So many seem to fi l that manure
given to their fruit tress is so much
robbed from the farm so much taken
from the regular farm crops; but ex
perience has shown that it is not es
sential that the fruitlreesgct the licst
stable manure. Indeed, pome good
fruit-growers would rother not have
rank, strong matter, ltoad-scrapings,
ditch-washings, or even kitchen-ashes
have been found, in hen spread under
the trees, to produce a world of good.
Oftentimes during the summer
here may lie chances of haulingt
something to dress trees with; and
we do not know but it is as useful in
July mid August' as at any other
time. The roots are then at work
actively laying up matter for next
year; while the swelling fruit make
an uctive demand for all that the
roots can possibly isuppljv' '.
We !clievc that if orchards were
properly fed, we should hear very
little aliout alternate liearmg years
in the apple tree. llermantmrn
H hal Mery ( iiaol
Mr. lleechcr, in Lis last Ledger pa
iur sar- Mativ. liianv thinirs can
money do. It can transform the wil
derness, drain the morass, cover the
desert with blossoms, rear up suddeu
Iv splendid dwellings where only
hovels were before, fill them with
sumptuous furniture, fill them with
delicacies, fill them with flattering
friends. Rut thousrh monev can do
almost all things, it cannot make
young trees old, nor old folks young.
Here am I surrounded with old, old
elms, huge in trunk, with vast branch
es, each large as a tree, stretched out
afar, to gain some light and libert",
and yet all feeding by the same root.
One looks up into this vast canopy
as into the nave of a cathedral; yet
no cathedral was ever so beautiful.
What architect would dare stretch
out stone as these branches do? With
their immense weight, they lie upon
the air as seemingly light as a feather i
spray. Hun your eye from their sum
mit back to the trunk, vt hat im
mense leverage 1" Upon these huge
arms winds play and storms have
wrought Out ot these rude anu
shapeless things storms have even
evoked music. All along the weather
open spaces,, moss in green patches
lie along the rugged boughs, poor
and weak in itself, yet able, of its
mere beauty, to add grace to the gi
ant tree, it is too high for singing
birds, which love lower trees and
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snruos; nut squirrels me ncre, iia. -:
mg homes in tne noies icii in me
branches, where storms have broken ,
tiff former companion boughs, j
Mighty as this tree is which throws
its protecting arms over the house, it j
was once a riding whip, which when i
used lor an hour was stuck in the
ground, took root, and ltehold, here
it is! I look envioiirly upon this and
its companion trees. Xo money can
build such as these. Xature cannot
be bribed to furnish them to order.
WLile waiting for them we die! One
should have ancestors. Xo matter
aliout what they put in their wills, if
only they will plant enough trees,
which when we come along, shall be
old and Luge.
Young trees and young men are
got up too nicely trim aud snug!
Only wlien a tree opens its top, and
lets the slinlight clear into its very
centre, does it lgin to be noble. Old
trees! unlike old men, they have no
infirmities. Their strength does not
depart, and their glory abides! Hap-j
py are they who frolic under them in j
childhood, and who sit in old age
calmly licneath their shadow. e
give out something of our life to the
things which surround us. And trees,
water brooks, lieetling rocks and
dwellings register our thoughts ot
sorrow, or our great jovs; and, in
ter years, we recall much of our in- j
ward oxiM'rienee. from the voiceless
teachings of inanimate things!
A few Wrda tm the Republlraaa
Fm) 1 iu la.
Pennsylvania is a Republican State.
The majority is not large. Rut with
a full vote and a fair count it ought
not to fall short of twenty thousand.
With this majority the result of the
contest at the State election in Octo
ber should not be doubtful. And
with the prestige of this success the
majority in Xovembcr would doubtless
be overwhelming. The importance
of a victory at the' October election
can hardly lie over estimated. Will
the Republicans of that State, by
unity of action, achieve a triumph
for their State ticket, or suffer them
selves to be divided and defeated at
that election, and thus invite disaster
to thc national cause a mouth later ?
Hie State election will tuntain
aljout the name relation to the 1'rexi
dential confegt that the Imttle of Get
tyvburg fuxtained Vt the rear for the
jireterration of the Union. Had
Lee's army triumphed on that battle
field, he might Lave been defeated at
some other point on his victorious
march toward Philadelphia or Xcw
York. Rut this consideration would
not have justified a Union soldier in
fighting for Lcc, even if he had not
admired (Sen. Meade as much as some
other Union general. Every good
soldier knew that a relnl victor' at
Gettysburg would have encouraged
the rclxd army to put forth greater
effort to win other vietories that one
musket in trust)' Lands, guaranteeing
a Union triumph, was worth more
than ten would Lave been after a de
feat. To' retrieve such a disaster
would Lave cost untold blood and
treasure. So we think it will lie in
tLc pending political contest.
If thc Republicans permit the de
feat of the State ticket in Octolier
they may win a triumph at thc Xo-
IJut the result at '
tLe State election in Pennsylvania
has not been reversed at tlie succeed
ing Presidential election for nianv
long vears. I it wise, on account of
personal -dislikes, to -suffer, a tempo
rary defeat,' and thus render success
difficult at the final . battle? May we
not be permitted to remind our friends
that the effect of an October victory
in Pennsylvania will reach far be
yond the boundaries of that great
State Thc loyal people of the whole
Union are deeply interested in the
result For Pennsylvania has been
not inaptly stjk'd "the Keystone
State." "As goes Pennsylvania so
goes the Union" has become Listoric.
Her people have fairly earned a high
reputation for practical wisdom. Her
voice is potential uirougnoui me
length and breadth of the Republic
The people elsewhere will not at-
tniHite the defeat ot (ieneral Jiart
rauft, should it occur in such a crisis,
to local and personal reasons. His
defeat would Iks hailed by the Demo
cratic press everywhere as the har-
oinger of victory for their cause at
the Presidential election. Satisfac
tory explanation of such a result
would be impossible outside of the,
Mate. It is known everywhere that
he is tLe regular Republican nomi
nee; that at the State Convention he
was nominated by an overwhelming
majority over all competitors, and is.
therefore, fairly entitled to the support
of a united party. The people through-1
out the country know Low well he
iM-haved during the war for the
Union. They know that he won for
himself the Lightest distinction, and
for his state and nation the greatest
honor; that by his courage, prudence
and skill in the field he aided to make
our arms illustrious throughout the
world, and secured the unqualified
confidence of the Ueneral-in-chief ;
that he was one of the first volunteer
officers recommended by (Jen. Grant
for a high command in the regular
army; and that his opponent is an
old i$ourlon Democrat of the straight
est sect, who has not now, and never
had the slightest sympathy for the
Republican cause; who would leave
no stone unturned to damage the Re
publican party; who has spent nearly
twenty years in denouncing its lead
ing men and measures. Under these
circumstances it would not be ossi
ble for the people of the country to
rcgwrd the defeat of (letters! Hart-
by Senator Rut kalew fur the
of (lorernor of the State of
Pennsylvania otherwise than us a
Republican defeat and a Democratic
We are surprised that anyliody
should suppose, as has been insinua
ted, that President Grant and his He
publican associates in this Adminis
tration feel no interest in this contest.
The writer of this article knows that
the President considers General Hart
ranft a.s one of the truest soldiers who
ever drew a sword in a righteous
cause. It is true that be has not, and
will not, take part in the local elec
tions in that or anv other Mate, as
he does not in the pending Presiden
tial election. He expects the people
to settle all of these questions ac
cording to their own liking1. Hut if
he were to 1h consulted, who can
doubt that he would advise all his
friends in Pennsylvania to give the
whole Republican State ticket their
united and hearty support ? The as
sumption that he is an uninterested
spectator of the war made on one of
his most trusted comrades in arms is
without evidence to support it
Is it too much fcr the great Ucpub-
,ican 1arty of the natioI1 t0 exm.ct
from tht,ir ,r(.tMren 0f Pennsylvania
that they will fall into line, close up
their ranks, and bring their victori
ous columns to the jmjIIs in overwhel
ming force at the October election,
and thus guarantee another Republi
can triumph in November? The
security of her great industrial inter
ests demand it ; her prestige as the
kevstone of the arch of the Union
.l,,,,.--,! ;f . i. illvo f.ir
t eiMmt sou, wh0
,llsU.r to faIllc on thc )mltle C(.1(1:j
(f th(J i.,.,,,,,! d(.maiujs jt . her duty
to an enfranchised race, lookingtoher
for protection from the grinding heel
of domestic tyranny, demands it ; and
it will be sanctified by the memories
of what the people of her own State
have suffered through Democratic
misrule, by her love for Ler heroic
dead and the principles they fought to
maintain, and by her gratitude for
the great commander who led our
armies to a final victory and saved an
imperiled country. Washington
Tb Duke's Arllllerj-.
Every one has heard that the Duke
of Wellington did not share the com
mon opinion that every corps of thc
British army at AVaterloo liehavcd
faultlessly, but few knew exactly the
parts of the service against which his
censure was directed and itsgrounds.
The following extract from a letter to
Lord Mulgrave, Master-General of
the Ordnance, just published in the
fourteenth volume of "The Supple
mentary Dispatches, Ac," of the
Duke of Wellington, places the mat
ter in its proiicr light: "lo tell you
. .. ,J
, .. . ,
ed with the artillery at Waterloo.-
The army was formed in squares im
mediately on the slope of thc rising
ground, on the summit of which the
artillery was placed, with orders not
to engage artillery, but to fire only
when Iwdies of troops came tinder
tL r fire. It was very difficult to get
thcia to oliey this order. The French
cavalry charged, and were formed on
the same ground with our artillery,
in general within a few yards of our
guns. In some instances they were
actually iu possession of them. We
could not expect the artillerymen to
remain at their guns in such a case.
Rut I had a right to expect that the
officers and men of the artillery would
do as I did, and as all the staff did,
that is, to take shelter in the squares
of the infantry till the French cav
alry should be driven off the ground
either by our cavalry or infantry.
Rut they did no such thing; they
ran off the field entirely, taking with
them limlx rs, ammunition and every
thing; and when in a few minutes
wc had driven offthe French cavalry
and had regained our ground and our
guns, and could have made good use
of our artillery, we had no troops to
fire them ; and, in point of fact, I
should have had no artillery during
the whole of the latter part of the
action if I had not kept a reserve in
October and Xvember.
The idea that we can afford to de
feat our State ticket aud yet carry the
State for Grant has been urged with
much iKTsistcney, and has been made
to seem plausible enough to require
full refutation and exposure.
It dovs not follow absolutely, as
some seem to think, that ' as Penn- hour and minute brings dangers pc
svlvania goes so goes the Union," vet culiar to his callintr. Fire, steami
there are so few exceptions that it may
almost 1m; regarded as a rule. It is
possible to elect a President without
the vote of Pennsylvania, but it has so
seldom happened that such an event
cannot considered probable.
lsut there is another rule to which
there is no exception that as Penn
sylvania goes in October, she goes in
November. It has never happened
otherwise. In 1828, 1831 and 1836
the Democrats . carried the State in
October, and had an easy victory in
thc month following, la 1840 there
was no State ticket to elect at the Oc
tolier election, and consequently no
reliable test of the vote. The Whigs
and Democrats each carried twelve
member of Congress, and thc votes
given to thc several candidates footed
up, in thc aggregate, a wnall Whig
majority,; while on thc other hand
thc Domocrats carried thc Legislature,
and the popular vote for the legisla
tors footed up a email Democratic ma
jority. It was, therefore, a drawn
battle; I Kith sides claiming a victory,
and both, therefore, went to work
with a will to carry the Presidential
eluctiou. The result in November was
characteristic of the indecisive result
in October -the Whigs carrying the
State for Harrison by barely343 ma
In 1844, thc Whigs ran the gallant
and patriotic Gen. Markle for Uover-
por, anu maue a ikiu anu energetic
stand in his behalf, but ho was beaten
by a small majority. They struggled
with all their energy to regain the
State in November; but the Gover
nor's election had already decided
their late: the State went atrainst
Clay by a largely increased majority.
In 1848, the Whigs nominated
Win. F. Johnston for Governor, and
at the OctoW election he was chosen
by only 313 majority. Yet that tri
fling majority decided the Presiden
tial contest Thc Democrats fought
manfully, but in vain, to overcome
that small majority, and Taylor car
ried the State over Cass by ten thous
In 1852, the Democrats curried thc
October election by a decisive major
ity; and in Xoveniber the State went
for Pierce by an increased vote.
Iu 1856, the Republicans and Amer
icans were united on the State ticket,
although divided on President. A
determined effort was made by them
to carry their State ticket, but it was
beaten over 3,000, and in Xovemlicr
the State was Democratic, over lxith,
by about 11,000.
"in 18C0, the Republicans, after a
hard fought and bitter contest, elected
Curtin to the Governorship by a de
cisive majority, aud the Stale follow
ed in Xovembcr for Lincoln by an in
- Iu 1SCJ the same result followed.
The Republicans carried their State
ticket in Octoln-r, and gave the State
to Lincoln In November with scarcely
an effort ; ' :
In 18C8 General Hartranft ran on
thc State ticket, as he is now. being
then a candidate for Auditor General.
The Philadelphia i'rrss had not then
unlearned its Republicanism nor lost
its common sense, and earnestly con
tended, all through that campaign,
that if General Hartranft was not elec
ted, Grant could not be; that it was
madness as it is now to contend
that the State could go one way in
Octolier, and another in Xovciiilcr;
and that every vote for liartrantt in 1
Octoln-r was worth two for Grant in
Xovembcr. It so proved. Hartranft
was elected, and Grant carried the
State easily, although the Democrats
made a determined rally, and urged
what the Pre is now urging, that
the result in October would be revers
ed in November.
What the Democrats contended for
then, the Press is contending for now,
and that in thc vcrv teeth of its own
iterated, reiterated and re-reiterated
asseverations. The whole history of
political affairs in this State from the
beginning is against it Such a thing
as reversing in Xovemlicr thc result
in October has never yet Lapj-t ned,
and never will, because it never can.
Thc reason is plain. The result at
thc State election necessarily disheart
ens and demoralizes thc defeated par
ty; and there is not time to recover j
from this demoralization. Reaten
troops always fight badly. Discipline
may bring them up to thc work, but
the' go through with it as a matter
of routine, without heart or spirit.
On the contrary, thc successful party
in Octolier is correspondingly encour
aged, goes into the fight with renew
ed spirit, and what is known as the
floating vote the vote which waits
in every fight to see which side is
going to win goes iu with the suc
cessful party and helps it to an easy
victory. AH this is in the very na
ture of things, and the philosophy of
the rule is therefore clear.
Besiil all this is the reflex result
upon other States of the vote in our
State in October. The people of Ohio,
Indiana, Xew Jersey and Xew York
look to the state election in Pennsyl
vania with an anxiety too deep to find
expression in words. It, in a great
measure, settles the result in those
states also. If we carry thc State for
Hartranft in October, those States will j
lie sure to follow for Grant in Xovem
ter ; if he is defeated they will all be
Republicans of Pexsstlvaxia!
Thc election of Grant is in your hands.
If you elect Hartranft, Grant's elec
tion is sure. If you suffer him to be
beaten, Grant's election is not only
doubtful but next to impossible. Do
not le deceived by the false pleas of
demagogues. What was true in
18C8 is just as true- now "a vote
for Hartranft in Octolier is worth
two for Grant in Xovemlicr. " Unlit-tin.
The Risllwajr KnlBfer.
Yes! there be stands lv the side of
Lis ponderous engine. Look at Lint !
Study him well ! About him there
is much to admire. Blackened his
face may be with coal dust, his clothes
soiled, and his hands far from being
clean, yet his eye is bright, and his
mind clear. Full well he knows the
responsibility that rests upon him
A slight mistake on his part the
sound of a whistle, the tap of a lu ll,
or the neglect of a signal, might at
times send hundreds of human bejngs
into eternity without a moment s war
ning. The engineer is a true "railway
king." Thc train is his kingdom, and
he is the controlling power. It is his
eye and hand that guide the flying
monster through the verdant fields,
over dangerous streams, and amid
mountain ravines, at all hours of the
day and night
The lcif of a railway engineer is
one of mingled danger, pleasure
and hardship. To-day he may lie a
stout, robust man, the pride and or
nament of his race, while to-morrow
finds him a mangled corpse, an object
not to lie recognized as the manly ob
ject of to-day.
To no class of men is life fraught
with more danger than to the rail
way engineer. Subject to death from
ordinary sickness, in common with
others of his race, while to him every
collision, defective rails, undermined
bridges, misplaced switches, all are
toliini sources of peril. Once seotcd
in tbe splendid drawing room coaches
of the day, but few of thc passenger
waste a thought on him, who at the
head of thc train, holds their lives in
The railway eugineer is the great
pathfinder of the age. Like some es
caped Cyclops from Vulcan's forge,
onward and forward he goes through
heat and cold, darkness and sunshine.
Dark , as the night may be, with
treacherous waters beneath, and howl
ing winds around, still be does not
stop, but drives on with his precious
For one I love tho railway, engi
neer not for what he has, but for
what he is. He is not ashamed to
work, to do and to dare. When duty
calls he goes. Of wealth and honor
he dares not dream. To him thc
door of promotion is almost closed.
More is due him than thc scanty
wages he daws. . The time is coining
when all ' will appreciate the great
ness of the railway engineer more
A member of the Arkansas Legis
lature, who goes for economr in pub
lic expenditure, in speaking on an ex
travagant appropriation, indignantly
exclaimed ; - "Gentlemen talk about
adequate compensation of public ser
vants !"' Why, sir, during the late
war I was in thirty-seven battles, was
wounded thirteen times in tho cause
of the south, and the entire pay I re
ceived was $30 in confederate money,
every cent of which I gave for ouo
glass of old whisky."
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ItifamauUlun, ud Mri ConfiwlloB". wlxrtter of tli
taugm, HbxiMch, Uowsto, o otlor gliMMla or orguM, It
lfEoll OWE TO TWENTT 1IIXUTES. '
bo romtter bow Ttolent or rumcwUnic tin (ud Ui
KUKUUATIU, IM-ridilait luai. Crippled, Jicrruiu,
JtMimlft. or aroAraud wtlli i may auffer,
RADWAY'8 READY RELIEF
WILL ATTOHD 1XSTAXT EASE.
INFLAMMATION iF THK KIOSK VS.
INFLAMMATION tlK THK BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OK THK IIOWKLS.
roNOKSTHlN OK THE I.I7NUS.
OUE OATilFlcrLT ilitJlKX,
hysterics, caour. l'srLVTyzx
HEADACIIK. TOOTACHK j-jjE'MATISif.
COLD CHTLLB. AUIC CUILLS.
ThaappUoatiaaofUM Brady Krtlef to tht part r
paru en lha pais Of Uuaculty uui will afljiU eaaa
Twaatir'Srorit hi half taiaUw r watr will hi a
mln!SCRMn, SPASMS .'L'KHltjMAell.
XKAKTBilKN. SICE HKAOAI'UK, ll A KKH k A.
Kf.SKNKY7 COLIC. WlJiU IS fll 1WW AX
and all INTERNAL PAINS. .,., .
Tratcltr ahuulit alwaya tmiTTlioltlof Railwav'a
Rrway KrllK with Uu-m. A fw diui Iu ill
i.rvteuf alcanna or pala Irom cfcatiaa rf waU-r. Jt U
Utter Uuo 1'rwck brandy or bitten pi a atlmulaiit.
FEVER AND ACIE.
FEVER AND AUUB earaJ for IIfCiit. Thrrela
not a raiuadlal anat la llila world tnat will core Javcr
iIm.W, Tallow, and other -var Ji,d",V vi iJY . J?
TILLS) ao quick aa KAIlWAY"3 KEADX BELIEF.
Fillr caau par hutUa. IMd ly OruftjfU.
HEALTH! BEAUTY II
fthono and rrnit r.ieii BV'iPJJrLS'A??;
OK FLESH AND WEIOHT-CLEAR SKIN ;MI
liEAUTlrTL COMPLEXION hEC'UKLU TO ALL.
THE B4Ii' rKIKK(iOFS. UNDEIl THK IX-
n.rrvK or tiiw tkuly woMEitFLX
Every Day an Increase In Flesh
and Weight is Seen and Felt.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
K.vrrr drop ot tt.t MKSAPARTLLIAN RESOLV
ENT communicates tlirmijrlt lit ltloud, tSwent, (Trine,
fr it rvusJrs ths wiutr of I he body with new and
sum. jtiHr fluid and Juice or tlio arttrm Uit vltr or life.
diMMv-a, ricera i tli TiiriAitt, Mouth, Tumors, lWrs In
kiattfUl. bcralul.i, r-.hilt!, Consumption, tiianduur
tu UUimU snd other arts of lite vstc-m. ttora Kvvs.
Mruntou Iibchftnct- tenxn lit Ears, and Ui worst
forms of Bkin diaeasi,, fcmptioiis, Kever Borus, Hcald
Head, Kin Worm, siali lUicum, Krysipcl&a, Acne, Uhvk
Stwnis. Worms km lb rlrth, Tumors, 4 ; sneers In tlte
Wonitt, and all wcvkenirijc stttl talnrul diaehar (?, Hf,t
Sweats, I,wof HjK-rni. and all sates of Ut life rrinct
tte, are wtililo Uis curative ran of Uils wonder of Mod
ern t'hemlrttrv, and a tw davs ttw will prove to anv
person tt-4uft it for either of U.cs funiu of disease its
potent power to cure tliem.
If the patient, daily becooitne mJuccd by the wastes
and dcom position that Is continually pro re-flrtp, buc
reds In an-fstiii; these wastes, and repairs the same with
new nuterUI tude from liealtliy Mood abtl this the
bAUS lPAiCILLIAN will and doe secure.
.N4 only does the iAtJArsiLt-iM HffaotrcxT excel
n!l kn-'wn remttlial agents in the cure bf Chronic, hVrofu
t..i;-, Cm.uKnthaaJ,tu4bkii. t.Mwacs; tut it la iLcouly
-.iur cure for
riUlncy & Bladder Complaint,
J'ntwrr, Wmb diseases CraeeJ. THabetcs, Dropy,
Matppmire of Water, Incontinence of Urine. Brlght'i LMft-i-
mf. Albuminuria and In u I cane where there are brick
ii h-polt. or tlte wster Is thick, cloudy, mixed with
itaic'(i UKe the white of an egx. or threads like white
-lit. r Uivre In a morbid, dark, billoqs appearance, and
t.h bone-4a 4 def-mlts, and when there is a pricklne:,
bir tiur sdSiwiUoa when pa-winf water, and pain In the
z-Mmit the iljc and alvtaf Uiu Loius. 1'iicc, i-so.
WORMStThw only known and sure Remedy
f r HW 'it, Tape, ttc
'Tumor or 12 Years Growth
Cured by It ad way Itcsolvent.
HsraaLV. Uim., Jsly 18, lt.
lo. Rtnw.v : I feavt had OvsriM Tuuwr la Hi. ovarisa sn4
Uw-lv All tW Uxl'in mu1 tkmn was mm help for it." ! trtW
vrrv thing thai wac wrwmiPw-W ; t.l o4kitij aelfed bm. I
mm Nt KmmIvmI, aa4 tfcou:nt 1 mU ley fct i bet had mm aita
in It.' - I kal MiwVe! fer .! -. I task x battles
ft lU iUmAimnt, an4 aa 1ms of Uattway's TtlU, sad twe -Haw
M j"'wT ltea.lv IUIIrf ; sad Iher U mA a lira ml I amor to a
twa toil, sad I 1W1 brtUr, Mnarter, and h-fir thaa I bars
yaars. TW warU tmrntrnt was a IU hft -ids f tkm
ali, war tiM my-im. I write ibis la yea for las baaefit ef
tilWu awe .-aa vuUii it If vws tmommt.
HANNAH T. KXAPP-
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS,
perfectly tatelcst elejantly tooted, with Itwect fnro,
puie, rrrulale. purlfv, eUinse, an I alrenrthen. Kad
wv's Ii!ls. for the cure of all dl-nlers of the f-toroach,
Ltvt-r. Bowels, kidneys, liladder, Nerrous DLseaaca,
Hdclie, 'onstlpaiivn, CNirenesa, Indicestion,
vi -sla, liiUouMiess. Itilioua Fever, Inflarcnjatinn ol
the lwt U. riUs,aiid all Ihrraiiffementsofth Internal Vla
rera. Warranted to effect a powtlvecnre. Purely Veetlmr
ble.rrMi'aiutnj; no mereunr, Bjilnerai,ordektertotndrar.
ttr oiterre the fAllowln( sruptoaia rcsuiliiif fxum
IAordra of the liUrnUve Orcans :
rnfutipsties, tawsri PMes. balbwas ef the Bland ta the flead,
Aa i.ltl mi U Htaauu-b, hawMS, llaartbuni, Ihajraa af Feoe,
riiasff Want)t ta tb Stnaa, 8or aVertaUea. f laktoff at
i latatnf at taa int f tba fttonwrk. HwiBWra of the Hmm
Marr.M aat iMteall sVsatbiac, kTmUmnrnf at tat Haart, CUtlM
w iitBWjtiis- afaliasi wbea ka LyiQC lwStar, limaaHf
Mtua. lmu r W W brtWa mm Sifbt, Farar wad fHUl Pa.a in
ti ll44, Lwtlrwury of Per-4raUa, VellowaM mf U Skia
K-rA, Past la tb e, Ctvnt, UmU, sad saddaa f tnahat ef
1 -.t. lUrvin ta tb. Fla.
A few d BAD WAT'S TILLS will free the m-t-
H frum all tle above-nanied dl-oriiera. nce, 25 cents
, r... Sii,I bV I'U'Ji.diSTi.
LEAD ' VAI.SK AM TKUK." Pnd one letter.
tMipiu RAILWAY CO., fio. Bj Maldea Lane, New
.. liiftMuutMiu wwrth Utajujaiitlt ul le scut you.
JM Dl BURT.
JOHN DIP.KKT &
JOBS D ROBERTS.
NO. 2W MAIN STREET,
JOHNSTOWN, P E N N A .
Wt cll Draft nrpriitiatile in all part" ol thc I'nl
ted StaUM and Cannula, aatl lo Furelim rnintrit.
Buy ioil, Vukkh anl Onreniturut Htncl at
LiKtirst market nrlnw. IVao monrr n approved
svcuiiir. IlrafU and ('herka on oilier hanka matt
ed. Money rucrived on deposit pajralileon demand
Intertut at the rate of Six per cent, per
Annum paid on Time Deposit.
Kvrrytliinjr In the Ranking Line recclro our
Thankful to uur friend" and euMotner" for their
past patronage, we nolirit a continuance of the
:ime, and invito other who hare hUKinen' In our
line to irive at a trial, aef uriiiit all, that we shall at
all times do all we can lo iflve entire sn1islaMii.
K'tiSil 7e JllH.N IHiiLlU' tt CO.
t.'ORXKR XlTCTH ASnCHESTJil'T STREETS,
P II I L A D E L P II I A .
II. W IIANAdA,
Keh 14 71 Proprietor.
Everything pertaining to Billiards at lowest prices,
Illustrated Catafciciii'i sent hy mall
H. W. Collender, New York,
Muocessor to 1'HEL.AN k. COIAENDEK,
tapaM ly Act of LeEittre.
Depositors secured by Real Estate
iare stueots exclusively.
Six Per Cent, Interest
Paid to depositor cam tha compounding
t'g-Atlenlian is dirtied to th liberal pro
tUionm for trittulrturlfQ anaay iepuiited.
Zttmnbt dan tm moll amounts, W1TIZO CI
SOTICB riCOX TOE DEPOSITOR.
All cvmtmunicaHonl wilt rvrvir prompt
JAMES T. BRADY.
11 Knives and Forks, A
I 'mi. SPOONS, BCI8BOBS, V 1
Wll AXES, SHOVELS. LOCKS.XVyvV
Ifpf Hinges, Nails, Files, etc.
2lCarpenter,s, Blacksmith's, and
yn AGRICULTURAL TOOLS, 13
VS riTTtBOBQn, Tk., &
VdV Cor. Liberty tBlitk
at I ml m at. - m eL mm m m A i
VinrCRr littler are ' a viie 'ancy Dnnk.
mnde of ynnt Rum, Whiskey, Proof Spirits and Refuse
Liquors, ftoctoretl, spin'!, atwl tnreetciied to pleas th
taste, called "Touict," " Appeliier," ' RcttorcrT.,
Ac, that lead the tippler on to dninknaeu and ruin,
but are a true Medtane, made from the natty rooia
and herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants.
Thry are the Great IlltxxJ 1'uritier and a Lite-giriue
rrittciple, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorate of the
S-trni, carryiiij off all poitooov matter and mtoting
tlie UotmI to a healthy condition, ennchiar it, refreshing
and mviK'rattn, both mind and tody. '1 hey are easy
of atliniiuilratioa, iH-um.rt in their actum, cei Uuo lathcii
results, Ae and reliable in all forms of disease.
No Person can (alto tUeea IlUtera accord
ing to d i rectum , aod rcm.ua long anieeil, provided
their bones are not destroyed by ntiueraJ poiiou or other
means, and the rital organs wasted beyond the poiot
Djraiepal or Indlffe at Ion. Headache. Pala
In the Shoulders, Coughs. 1 rghtnesa of the Chest, Dn
lincM, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in tlte Mouth, Bi lions Attacks. Pajpitatioa of the
Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Paiu in the regions ol
the Kidneys, and a hundred oilier painful symptom,
are the o&pringe of Dyspepsia. In these complaints
it has so equal, and one bottle will prove a better guar?
ant re of its merits th.in, a lengthy advertisement.
For Female) Coinplnlutas in younz or old,
married or single, at lite dawn of srnmanhoftd, or the
turn of lite, these Tonic Bitters display so decided an
influence that a marked improvement is soon percep
tible. For Inflnmmaiory ami Chronlo Rheu
mat. em and (iour, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bilious,
Hem it tent and Intermittent Kevers, .Diseases of the
Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters have
been mot successful. Such Diseases are caased by
Vitiated Blood, v. h ch is generally produced by derange
ment of the Digestive Organs.
They aits a Uentle Pors;atlve as well at
O Tonic poesessin also the pocuiiir tuent of acting
as a powerful agent in relicvinc Congestion or Inflam
mation of the Liver aud Visceral Organs, and in Bilious
For Skin Disease, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, notches. Spots, Pimple. Pustules, Boils, Car
buncles, King -worm. Scald-Head, Sore ICyes, Ery
sipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration of tlie Skin, Humors
and Diseases of Uie Skin, of whatever name or nature.
are literally dug up and carried out of the system in a
snort time &y the u-e ot these Hitters. One bottle ta
such cases will convince the most increlu!ous of tlie if
Clcauao tlte Vitiated IKIood whenever yon
find its imparities bursting tlironjh the skin in Pimples,
Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when you nnd it ob
structed aud sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when it is
foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood
pure, and the health of the system will Unw.
Oratcfal thonsastcls proclaim Vinrgak Bit
tvxs the most wonderful Invignrant that ever su&uined
the sinking system.
Pin Tape, ami other Worms, lurking in
the system of so many thousands, are effectually de
stroyed and removed. Says a distinguished physiol
ogist: There is scarcely an individual upon the face of the
earth whose body is exempt from the presence of worms.
It is not upon the heathy elements of the body that
worms exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy
deposits that breed thestt living monsters ef disease.
No system of Medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelnria
itics, will free the system fiom worms like these Bit
ters. Mechanical Diseases. I'ersons engaged in
Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type -setter.
Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance in life, will
be subject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard against
this tike a dose of Walker's Vinigab Bimas once
or twice a week, as a Preventive.
Uilioas, Ucaalttcat, and Intermittent
Fevers which are so prevalent in the valleys of our
great rivers throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Ten
nessee, Cumberland, Arkansas. Red, Colorado, Brazos,
Kio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roan
oke, James, and many others, with their vast tributa
ries, throughout our entire country dtmrrg the Summer
and Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons of
unusnil heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied
by extensive derangements of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. There are always more or less
obstruct! mis of tlte liver, a weakness and im table stale
of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being
clogged op with vitiated accumulations. In their treat
ment, a purgative, exerting a powerful iniuence upon
these various organs, is essentially necessary. There ts
no cathartic 6 the purpose equal to Da. J. Walks
V i neg as I! itt fits as they will speedily remove the
dark-colored viscid matter with which tlie bowels are
loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of
the liver, and generally restoring tlie healthy fuocttoas
of the digestive organs.
Hrrofala, or Jl'o Fvll, White- Swellings,
Ulcers. Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Got ler, Scrofulous
Inflammations, Indolent Inflammation, Mercurial Af
fections, Old Sore?, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Em,
etc, etc In these, as in all other const it aboaal Dis
eases, Walker's Vinega Bi Trass have shown their
great curative powers in the most obstinate and intract
Dr. Walkar's California Tine gar BUfera
act on all these cases in a similar manner. By purifying
the Blood they remove the cause, and by resolving away
the effects of tlte inflammation (tlie tubercular deposits,
the averted parts receive health, and a permanent cure
Tha prorilea of Da. Walhi'i Viwacas
Bittbks are Aperient, Dtajhoretic and Carminative,
Nutritions, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-Irritant.
Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bihous.
The Aperient and mild Laxative properties of
Da. Walkii's Vinrcas I.iTTaas are tha best safe
guard in all cases of eruptions and malignant severs,
their balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protect
ths humors of the fauces. Their Sedative properties
allay pain in the nervous system, stomach, and bowels,
either from inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, etc
Their Counter-irritant inflnonra extend throughout
the system. Their Diuretic properties act on the Kid
neys, correcting and regulating tlie flow of urine. Their
Anti-Bihous properties stimulate the liver, in the secre
tion of bile, and its discharges through the biliary ducts,
and are superior to all remedial agents, fcr thc cure of
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, etc
Fortify tho bodjr aaralnat dlaeasa by puri
fying ail its fluids with Vihegae Bitters. No epi
demic can take hold of a system thus forearmed. The
liver, the stomach, the bowels, the kidneys, and the
nerves are rendered disease-proof by this great m vig
ors nt. , . .
Direction. Take of the Hitters oa going to oea
at night from a half to on and one-half wiac-glaMfulL
Eat good nourishing food, such as beef steak, motto
chop, venison, roast beef, aod vegetables, and take
out-door entrcise. They are composed of purely veget
able ingredients, and contain no spirit
J. WALKER, Prop'r, R.H. McDOJl AID at Ct
Druggists and Geo, Agts., San Francisco, Cal
ami cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., New York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
1IARNEDSV1L.LE, SOMERSET CO., PA.,
Thc fuh!rr!hT Inform his frlrn.ls and the rmb
Uc that lie Is now devoting hit entire time to bis
The first one ever started In theonnnty, and L pre
(ured to funiL'b ruuiily all kinds ot
Vines and Plants.
HIS CONNECTION WITH
KNOX'S PITTSBURG NURSERY
The larjtest ami most complete In the I'nlted
States, enables him to guarantee to his rnntoroere
the ehoii-ert varieties and thrifllcut rrowth. His
(riees arc lower than ever before. Ill resolve Is
not to lie outdone by any In the State in l'rire or
quality. These words will lie made pioa! lie will
IKTMHiully solicit otHp this lull, but orders ad
drensoi as almve will he promptly attended to.
Send them iu early.
HARRISON II. KEMPH.
A. H. Franciscus & Co.,
IMI-HHTKH3 AUD IlEll.rRB IX
COTTON YA RNS, BATTS, WICK,
Twine and Ropes,
IXMIK1XO CLASSES, CLOCK, FAXCT BASKETS
Wooden and Willow Ware, &c,
MAsrrAcrrREkS ad job bur or
OIL CLOTHS, MATTING, RUGS, Ac,
013 Market Street and 610 Commerce Street,
June 10- tf.
The nmlersiimed, iironrirtor of tLe Diamond
Hotel, on tha southeast eomerof the IMiiUioud, be-
Iiik Indneeit bv his aiany friends, would say to the
traveling public that he is now prepared to reevtve
and hospitably entertain all who mar him a
call. His niua will be eonducted with the best
order and furnish line accommodation.
Stoystown, Ta., April Btn, 1872i ;
("1 RAIN CRADLES. The under
X Himrd Is nn iinireil in makinr npwanli
ot too Grain t'raillas. of an Improved pattern, us
tns: the sharp ground Clipper Scythe, which la the
best manufactured. The cradles will lie distribu
ted tbrouKh the county between the Island toth
of June nest. Pertains wIsMita; to pan-aaae will
Itnd them for sale at all the principal business
plarea in the county. - A ara; number are made
ready at th mMiiuluctory at Berlin. Price
apr. ii. - utu. r. hai, iteriin, ra.
8. C. KKJM. . .. J. D. LIVKMUUUU.
7EIM k LIVENGOOD, '
SALISBURV ELKLICK, P. O.
' ' Soxkeset CorxTr, Pni'i. '
Drafts bought and sold, and eolrectiona made on
all arts of the country.
Interest allowed on time deposit.
Special arrangments with Gaardian) and others
who bold moneys in trust. Jan 17 Ta
J O. HARVEY k CO.,
BUTTER COMMISSION MERCHANTS
C7 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE.
Liberal cash advance on
returns promptly made,
consign meota and
BooU and Shot.
gOOTS AND SHOES.
Harry C. :IJeerlt
Resnectfnlly Informs Jfhe eltlxens of Roinenet anrl
the iahlle generally, that he ha Just replenished
In the Now Building en Main Crest
SPLENDID STOCK OK GOODS
Mooirht In the Eastern cltlraat the low cash price,
and la prepared to lumiMi the public with every
thin( prtlulli lo hla line ef uoxincw,
AT VERY LOW PKICEA
He will keep constantly on band aud le prepar
ed to make to ordtr on hort notk-e,
Men, Women and Children,
Embracing- every line of first alas goods In mate
i JrJ "rogau. The ladies will kefarnlab-
BUSKIN OK CALK.
AND LASTING MATERIALS.'
And of Ibe most fuil.lonable styles.
.i?l.W"1 '"T 00,, fit 8V satbifacU. to
all who may give him a call.
He Is also prejiaml to lurnlsh shoemaker! with
-"uiicic assormieiii ol
Lasts and Shoe Findings
prfwry klnd' mhkh WlU " Jd at th h
ff " n' of wpalrina; dene on short aotioe.
He bones bv keening 1. . . i. .
jeliinK at the IrpiC ZTui
dealing, and strict attr.ti, to business, lo receive
a liberal share of pablic itronare.
apr. . 70-tf. H. C. BEEEIT3.
T AY. DAVIS 4 BRO S
Grocery and Confectionery,
We dealrw tu ir.lra, 1 1.- . t. . r .i i. .
;.. "' purruaaca uw, urucery nasi Con
rtT.'3rfH , . K n'Pier. Ej., o.Tposlte U.e
Harnet House, an.1 have umde TaluHLIe addttlou
to the alnady hoe st. s-k of Oooda. fe seU all the
best brauds of
RM.'E, SYKt PS,
FISH, S ALT,
DRIED AND CANNED FEt lTS.
tXIALOIL, TOBAtVO, CIOAIIS,
All kinds French and eutumoB
CANDIES, NITS, CRACKERS,
FANCY CAKES, PERFIMERY,
AND TOILET ARTICLES,
COMBS, BRVSHES, StlAP, Iu-.
Also an assortment of Toys, Ac., fur the little
If you want anything la the Grocery and Con
fectionery line call al
Davis' Cheap Grocery,
OPPOSITE THE BARNET HOUSE,
.. . " . -. . ryr.tr i una nmiBB-
HATS AND CAPS.
Leather and Shoe Findings.
J. II. ) Zimmerman
Takes pleasure in calling the attention of the clt
Isens oi Somerset and vicinity to the fact that he
naa epeneu a store in nts resilience on In Ion street,
where there will always be kept on huad a com
plete assortment of
Boots and Shoes,
Of Eastern and home manufactore, a Urge and
well assorted stock ot
HATS AND CAPS, .
And a great variety of
leather and Shoe Finding
Of all kinds.
There is also attached to tlie store a
CUSTOM-MADE BOOT & SHOE
With N. B. SNYDER as cutter and Utter, which
alone is a sutrleient truarantee that all work made
up in the shop will not onlv fit the n-et of custom
er but that only the best material will be nsed
If et Workiueu
Will be employed. Tbe publia 'era respectfully
invited to cull Bad examine his stork.
JjiOR SALE AT
esM IM October, 1871. 50fl 1st Janaarr, ISTa, MN
1st April, UTJ, aud lM a year thereafter,
A Farm of 229 Acres,
Having two ffew Hon, Jfsw Baak Barn, geod
Orchard and Saxar Camp, well timbered and well
Improved, within half mile of North Fork Rail
road. Possession 1st April, l7i,
tiood paper will be taken for th first two pay
ments. Possession lir cattins Umber srlvaa aa anno aa
$1,000 is paid.
W. J. BAER.
Somerset, My t, Tl
QROUSE k SHIRES,
Mi-nufttctureri of all grades of
Attention particularly asked of Jobbers.
AsT-Orders aelicited by E. H. Alarsball, druggist,
Somerset, Pa. my..
GENTS FIND ,
LITERATURE, ART AND SONO
Is tbe beet selling book ever offered. It combine
tb kaiaer or aneodote, the wledoas ef eeaay, th
information ef history and biography, the sweet
aee aad grandeur of poetry, tbe exquisit tUsra of
usie, and son beautiful lilisstratiea.
"Solid nadlng for graver moments ; pleasant plo
tare to Illumine qalet bears : and kenu of song lor
tb aortal airoie."
Aa agent write. "Sold 1J7 oople tbl week : wlU
sell hw this month easily."
Our ara svsteet of raneerefnf do away with
objections to the basinee. Particular free. A val
uabl preeeot to every new Agent,
INTT1KMATIONAL PUflLUHWQ CO,
myl M and M Liberty Street, New-York.
c. r. kaoaD. o. attoAb,
rnilE LIVE GROCERY.
C. K. R II O A D S & C 0.,
Respectfully anaoaace to the auldie tiat they have
ied their grocery la tlie bajeeaeat of the duel
ling house lately occupied by W. J. Ikwr, now the
Washington Hotel, and are now dally receiving
fresh nijiplles of erytbing la the
GROCERY AND CONFECTION KRY
Line. Olve us a calL Imr goods are of the very
best quality. We will endeavor to please all. We
keep all the beet brand of
IUIK ANU MEAL,
COFFEE, TEA, Sl'OAR, MICE, bVklP,
MOLAS.SEH, BAKIXU POM M US,
WA5HINO I'OV. IjEKS,
EX. IOCJ WOlIU,
CANNED FRI ITS
DRIED FRI ITS
FISH, OIL, SALT. Ac,
FRENCH m, COMMON
C A N D I KS,
NUTS, ALL KiybS,
ToM ani Fancy Articles GeneraEj,
asxKXBBB ths rLara,
IN BASEMENT OF THE LATE RESIDENCE
W. J. BAER, ESQ.
Nov. 15, l-ly.
THE MGUSST MARKET MIL E PAID fOR
ALL EISDS OF COVSTkY PRODI Ci.'.
X.U. KS1M. W. W. ttkHLK. A. r. DAVIS
. KEIM A CO ,
Sl'CCEtStJKS TO STITZMAN A KEIM
Beg leave to say to its Patrons and the Public that
they will continue to supply whatever i needed in
their line by Farmer, Builder, Housekeepers,
Carpenters. Blacksmith, Miners, Millers, Lum
bermen and Manufacturers generally.
FOR COOKING AND HEATING,
Of the most desirable kind, which have never, as
yet, tailed to give entire satisfaction, are always
kpt on band.
Of ta various patterns best adapted to the want
of our Farmers, warranted to glv satisfaction.
Th large number already to as throughout this
and la adjoining eoanttee. aad a steadily Increas
ing desaaod, are a sutacient guarantee of their
For Mining, Lumbering. Railroad Building, kf .
of tbe most approvedp.lterns and best material,
made to order on short not lee.
GRIST AND SAW MILL IRONS,
M ILL-SPIN DLE8, SAW-MANDRELS,
IRON BA.IL1NO, BALCONIES, BRACKETS,
Window and Door-Sills,
Tb "Rose' Direct, anJ tbe "Parker" Re-art Ion
HOLLOW-WARE, STOVE PIPE,
For all the different Pkws nsed In the county.
W are tbe authorised agents lor the sat of
SPEAR'S ANTI-DVST PARLOR STOVES,
In thlt ecuaty.
We Mil, at manufacturers' priec,
THE KVSSEL REAPER AND MOWER,
THE BKST STEEL PLOWS,
THE BEST HORSE RAKES,
Aad Agricultural Imphraeoti goaeraUy.
W hop to merit a eoatlaoaare of tbepatronag
to literally ex landed la this establish maL
Our prion will b fait aad ear Urms liberal
N.O. KEIM A CO.
J E T E R II E F TTk V
NEAK SOMERSET, Pa.
Breed ThoroUKh-breil TK'lTTINil an. Hka.
ALDERNY CATTLE, COTSWoij, , '
HKSTEH WHITE IUIOS, Sttrsn''
SHEPHERD 1HM18, BKAMAII ,,,,
Blkack BBKASieD Oiai
II I C K E N S .
STALLIONS FOR l,T.'
Reason begin 1st A pril; Ends July s,
BKACK LEICESTERSHIRE "
Imported from FnKlaml, atamls full it aami. .
weighs, when m Kood condition, vm VL?
bla-k, with spleruli.l actla; he is ojtaZ ,
competent luOeres tbe liest sjieciaien ,4
horse In Prnnnsylvauin. His stallioa
been shipped to every market in th oueni,.
mandlnir prices 1pao i.isi v, tijn, hM
Irout iU). lo A yearling nily hana.
s.,1.1 for tuou. In WrituioralaBd County hi
was refused tor a ndl not one year obi. '
Black Leicestershire waa 'it by that ci,..
Laiceatershlre Hero, bis dam by Blochar
dam by Farmer DelirhL Leicstersi,n f
was gA by that farfawed atork setter b-M
the winner ofelKht Agricultural Prise, ft ,7
r'sdamwass;otby that noted Derbyshin ii
Krai Blase; itramiani by that noted bone f
B.y, whli-h was the sire of Ilia; Drayman
tershire Hero's dam was prut by that real brlT'
cavtershlre brwl horse Hlatk lriceaterfaira V
wasp. by that real bp.an Iiceatersh.-,
Old Leicester, which r 27 stallions that n.T
the same season. Old Leicester was ,
Wild s BU.k Lcirs, wl.ih scnert mZr '!
aruinca each. Iiiack Iks by o. ir. -which
served at hve guineas each .Mars fc,
script loo, Jus. 1
Tcrtus a) 00 for Insurance.
(h by Mtddlrtiia, he by Kysdyke a Hiiai.,
an. he by Aislaliah, be by Mauibrioo. tt t, '
Mesaenger, dam by rank Pierce. t, (, ,f
land HUrk Hawk, beby Andrew Jarkaarj
Young Bashaw, he by Imp. Arabian 'in - ?
Is a beautiful Bar. with a small star
f of iorm ami temper. A deseerxleni T"
j Trotlini; Blooii, he can not but davei.,p ta,. . 1
tiki truttinir action or which he now
promiao. ills sire took the Drat prcm,ain
state Fair, at Elmira, N. Y., in lfo. u ,
Hone for iruttimr Uoadstcrs. trouiii la 3j"
now stawl at Insurance; and i-'r
Hambletonian, in Chester, Orange euuutj i i'
at too Insurance.
Terms )jo for Insurance.
Parting wlth a mare before she i lrr
be with ioal, torfflis the insurance. All m,
and escapes at the risk of the owner.
"Pasturage for mares from a distance i
A special premium will be given by ma
best colt of Leicestershire's get, of a -saddle;
for the best hlly. tbe service of tha kl
i and U tbe third best coil or filly, th 'i
' 4. . t f-.. I t . ... V - " I . . . '
.hvi 1.1 .hi to, "ii. i r r. t , ij m uvrniCl a
eiimlnz County Fair, if held ; and if not. th
time will be announced to eoiue ofi early is
ber; to be decided by three comiietent in :Zrt
ap3 P. HEFFLil
JJOW IS THE TIMET
cool) iu:l.iaiji.i: acia
TO SELL THE
New Under Feed
Wilson Sewing Machii
chine iu market. Price, coniiiietc. $4i is,
i in market. Price. nu4etc. Hi is, 'i
arranty ir 6 years. Atplv iinm :
tsMITH A FtiKREsrik
r No. 15 Ssith Street, pittsUnciL h
ira warramy i
JANDS AND BUILDING Lr
BuiMing l,ls in the
Borough of Somerset .
Eligibly situateil. and
In various sections of Somerset county, 'i:.
ON ACCOMMODATING TERI
A portion of the lands are
Others are unimproved.
Are found oa some of them, of fair cioik"i
quantity. Fur terms, fee., call on or aJJrt
August 3T, TI tf. Somersrt. h
239 REMOVAL 24
TO THEIR NEW EUII.M
Nos. 239 k 41
Opposite Wood Street,
And open with
AN ELEGANT STOCK OF
Notions ami Siua!I Warfs.
SELL AT LOWEST EASTERN FRIO
Buyers are Invito! to rail.
c. ARnrnisjoT. w. t. shassoji. j. ft stumi
Feb U 3 mo
GARRETT, SOMERSET CO.. PA.
Earnest, Delp &, Camp.
AND CH ESTNVT LUMBER.
S A W EI A N 1 ) S H A V EI S H IS JU
AND PLASTERING LATH.
"Cut to a bill"' at short notk-e.
Order from lumber dealer promptly i
wholesale price. au. S.T.-
A. H. FRANCISCUS & Co
513 MARKET STREET.
W have opened for the ttpring trlc. t!
est and best assorted stock ot
Table. Stair and FloorOil Cloths. Window Sis'
awl Paper. Carpet Chain. Vtt.m Yarn.
ting. Wedding. Twines. Wicks. 'lw
Luklng-i lasses. Fancv Baskets. Hw'
Baskets, buckcls. hruls.'Uh
W ringers. Wooden and V' il
low Ware in the I nit
Our lance Increase la business enables tu -low
prices and furnish the best quality at
SOLE AGENTS FOR TEE
Celebrated American Washer
Over 13,000 sold in Six Mu-
Termt: Carpets. W diTsi
All other goods, M da s, Net.
Q reat;inducem exta
Person wanting Rj-st class Fruit Trrcs.'
and Plant should rail on
-EE. H. KEtvCF
Somerset C'uunty. Pa
Y'ou can purchase of him at lower t'
any other party. to. j
MANHOOD: HOW LOST, HO
RESTORED. Just published, a
tion of lr. Culverwell Celebrated "
rodicol curefwithout medicine etgTn" u
er Seminal Weakness, Involuntary "T-r
a, lmpoMMV. Mental aad Phyaieal IsrtJ
Impediment to Marriage, etc. :
I kV Kpilepsv and Kit. Induced by seU itl-
or ses ual eitravaganee. m
e-Price. In a sealed envelop. o,TT
The celebrated author, in thia aJinlrawr
rleariv demonstrates from a thirty TI--of-fUl
practice, that the alarming
sell-abuse may be radieally cured
r.r.o use of internal medicine or th
of the kuife; pointing out a mod ef ,a
simide, certain and etieclual. by u-
every sufferer, no matter what bis f"'r. t
be. may care himself eheaply, privately a
r"i uis ljeciure suvuiw - -
youth and every man In th land. M
Seat, under seal, ta a plain ""WV-V?
A .Ll MKMlia of sl . '
r1 r- v
" Alit Dr. CulverweU'i -Marriage 0W" 7
ttetnta, Addrewthe publisher. fV-,
121 Bowery, New York, Poa oft-e