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From the Crcrmantnwn Telegraph.
Farming to bo profitable needs care
in pianmnjr and judgment in cuitiva
tiou. Some crops are usually paying
ones, others occasionally. I oultry
can be depended on. The moat sue-
essfui years will double tbe capital,
the least profitable ones will ensure
at least one-bait advance. To insure
success hare at least fire acres ofland
for a yard, a hundred fowls to an
acre. With this number of acres the
fowls will not realize that they are
Miut up. In fact they are not; still
they arc limited. Tlow tbe ground a
number of times in a rear, sow dif
ferent kinds of erain for the use of
the fowls; they will t at it as it grows
up, and it will satisfy a want they
have. For feed I should confine them
to corn. It is tbe mo&t Lealthr and
the fowls will be more cleanly. Give
them a chance to hare water, sand,
ravel, lime and other materials as
. common tense will dictate. The best
way to use lime is to make it into
very coarse mortar. Keep corn by
them all the time. They arc the best
judges when they need it and how
much thev require.
It may be asked, which is the most
profitable, poultry or eggs: I an
twer. in Xcw England tet as many
bens as will set in the months of
March, and April; chickens hatched
thus early will be fit for tbe market
in June and July, tbe price at that
time being very "high; kill all male
chickens when very young. An April
chicken will briniras much in July as
it would if kept until November.
Keep all your pullets to renew your
stock. After the hatching time is over
should any hens insist upon sitting,
shut them up a couple of days with
a rooFter; they will then return to
laying. Keep one rooster to twenty
As to the best breed offowls: I had
rather have tbe old kind of hybrid
barnvnrd fowl, a fowl when grown
will weiirh about three and one-half
pounds to four pounds. The roosters
should be the red game kind, as they
are agreeable, watchful, kind protec
tors, and their meat has an excellwit
In sitting fowls in cold weather,
take soap boxes, fill them nearly full
of dirt, make a light rim of hay for
the uest, and you will be sure of a
pood hatch if other things are right
You will have to give the young
. chickens dourh; but as soon as they
arc old enough to eat corn leave off
tbe dough. Corn is more healthy
and far cheaper; I have gone through
tbe year with near a hundred fowls
and not had a oinirie sick one. This
was at a time when eggs sold as low
as 12 cents per doz. and not over 23,
and realized 12a per cent profit
In addition to the income from
meat and eggs, your poultry-yard
mav lc set out with trees and shrub
bery that in ten years would make a
gain from two to four hundred dollars,
per acre. Fowls like to ramble among
trees and brush ; insects would thus
i destroved, and cultivation and fer
tilizing, would be insured at no extra
Two months devoted to hatching
chiekcuB and the remaining time to
la3"ing eggs, I believe will be the
most rroti table. As to a house for
buns, square edged boards are as
tight as the side covering should be,
plenty of glass windows on south side
for winter ; the floor often renewed,
and sassafras roosts, there will be but
little trouble of lice.
The Myatertee af Frait-Caltare.
People are accustomed to talk of
the mysteries of fruit-culture, while
there arc some who say there are no
mysteries at alL Everything is as
plain as daylight to them. But it
would seem that there is a something
yet '. beyond all their calculations,
which it would be a great advantage
to find out In regard to the abun
dance of fruit We see every spring
that trees are loaded with blossoms.
Rut some years they fall without set
ting fruit, except here and there one
or ho. Some say this is on account
of a 'late frost," others "a wet spell,
and again it is said that a "cold east
wind" did all the damage. But those
who have looked at these matters
closely know that none of these things
ore so. They at times have a limi
ted and local influence, no doubt, but
they do not account for the wide
spread absence of fruit over a whole
tract of country in any given season.
Then again whole districts for hun
dred of miles in extent as in the pres
ent season, will Lave fruit in the
greatest abundance, and the wisest
Hcem to offer no plausible reason why
the abundance prevails.
But one of the greatest of mysteries
is the freedom from disease whichmany
trees which have been always more
fr less affected, present this season.
Around Oermantown are yet many
trees of the old Butter pear, or
"White Doyenne" of the Irooks,
which on ox-count of tbe owner's ten
derness of heart have been allowed
to cumber tbe ground for many years,
without even producing a fruit fit to
at This year there are large num
bers of cracked and blurred fruit as
usual, but scattered in among them
are considerable quantities of good
j tears quite equal to the famed fruit of
former flays. Now why this should
happen this year is a mystery. The
trees as a general thing are not grow
ing much stouter than usual, but we
see that something has happened to
the trees which enable them to bear
Utter than usual, and also to resist
the influence, whatever it may be,
that causes the Butter pear to be a
worthless shadow of a great name in
ordinary seasons. There is little j
tloubt ve think that this extra vigor
in the fruit of the Butter pear and tbe j
abundance of the fruit are all related
to tbe same cause; but wbat this
cause is we leave to poniological so
cieties and committees, who no doult
in good season will remove the mys
tery from before up. Germantovn
The New York Tribune seems to
Lave about as clear an idea of Penn
sylvania politics as it has of those of
Central Africa. It suggests wncttier
lending the assets of the Treasury,
by the Auditor General to unknown
bankers, one of whom is a convict is
legitimate. Of course, Pennsylvan
ians know that the Auditor General
has nothing whatever to do with loan
ing the Treasury assets; and nothing
has been loaned a conviot Several
other interrogatories are put in an
equally unfair and dishonest manner.
It is a little remarkable, now that the
Tribune is full of new real, that it
has not a few questions for Bucka
lew's supporters. We can suggest,
without dfficulty several:
1. Is a person who committed per-
iurv. in that he swore, as Senator of
the Lnitcd States, to sustain the Con
stitution, and who, while Senator,
gave aid and comfort to rebellion, mor
ally worthy to be elected Governor of
the loyal S'tate of Pennsylvania?
2. Is a person who colleagued with
draft registers, bountv jumpers, and
other classes at the Fishing Creek
camp meeting, impeding thereby the
filling up of our depleted armies, a
suitable man for Governor of Penn
sylvania? 3. Is a person who associated with
barn burners, robbers, and murderers
for these crimes were committed by
a portion of the Fishing Creek gang
fit to administer impartially the af
fairs of the State?
4.1s a man who had guilty correspond
ence with rebel heads of departments,
who visited rebel commissioners at
Niagara and who by the encourage
ment he gave them, helped to prolong
the war, thus causing the death of
many of our boys in blue, deserving
of the votes of loval men?
5. Mr. Buckalew, in the Pechert
contested election case, declaimed
against throwing out the vote of en
tire districts, and thus secured Pech
ert 's admission; in the McCIure con
tested election case he took precisely
the opposite ground, thus securing
his admission. Is such conduct hon
est, considered from any stand-point,
6. Buckalew, in addition to his
salary as Senator, and the expenses of
investigating these cases, received
$500 extra for services. Is it honest ?
These things cannot be blinked.
Thev are true. Buckalew is one of
tbe most narrow and bitter partisans
we have. Lest the Tribune should
sec him glowing in angelic light, un
der tbe imagination that he is a man
of marvelous devotion to Liberalism,
let us remind it that there arc strong
suspicions that he is anything but
enthuzed over the combination move
ment He has not been heard in
praise of Greeley and is believed to
be secretly against him. So the col
umn of interrogatories, including
those relating to "Myers" don't pass
for much. We suspect this "Myers"
to lie a Pemocrat All we know of
in this State are of that faith. The
truth ie, the people of this State have
looked these charges against Hart-
ranft through and through. Their
utter littleness is fully appreciated.
They have also begun to think of
Buckalew's rebel record as having
helped prolong the war thus des
troying lives and adding to the indebt
edness of the country. If Hartranft
is guilty of small personal faults,
Bnckalew is equally guilty of great
national crimes that have blood on
them. Between them the people will
choose rightly. Gazette.
, There is scarcely a weapon of of
fense in use among men, which has
not its parallel among the finny tribe,
laggers, spears, swords, and even
guns are all possessed by fishes in a
high state Tf natural perfection. The
nose of the chnetodon, a native of the
Eastern seas, forms a kind of beak
through which it propels a small drop
of water with consitlerVile force and
accuracy of aim. Near the edge of
tbe water sits a fly on a spray of wood,
a twig or a tuft of grass. The elne
todon advances cautiously uuder tbe
flv, stealthily projects his tube from
the water, takes a deadly aim, and
pop goes the watery bullet. The poor
insect who has come to the end of his
"little day of sunny bliss," is knocked
over bv tbe treacherous missile, and
drops from its perch into the waters
below to be sueked in by the vora
cious eha todon, : Other fishes who do
not shoot their game, fish for it with
rod and line. The lophius, for in
stance, h two long tentacles spring
ing out of his nose, to the end of
which is attached, by a line or slen
der filament, a small" glittering morsel
of membrane which serves as lait
Huge sacks, like bag nets, are attach
ed to its gill covers in which it stows
its prey, the hooks arc set in tbe
mouth of the fisherman down below.
Just as tbe angler stirs up the mud of
the river to attract gudgeons, tbe
lophius stirs up tbe mud with his fins
and tail. Then be plies bis rod, and
the glittering bait waves to and fro
like a living insect glancing through
tbe turbid water. Tho gudgeons, or
rather gobies, rush toward it and arc
caught in the bag-net, to be transferr
ed to the stomach of the monster fish,
as soon as there are enough collected
to form a satisfactory mouthful. Some
sporting fish hunt their prey singly ;
some iu couples; some in packs, like
hounds. The pike and trout hunt
singly, running down a smaller fish,
as the greyhound courses a hare. The
unhappy victim tu is from side to
side in its efforts to ccape, while its
pursuer licnd and turns to every mo
tion, following close upon his track,
and cutting off his retreat. Other
fish as the bonito, chase their prey
like dogs or wolves, in packs. The
fiercest of these is the black saw-ln-l-lied
salmon of South America. The
jaws of this fish arc so strong that
the can bite off a man's finger or
tae. They attack fish of ten times
their own weight, and devour all but
tbe head. Some fish employ other
fish to hunt up their food for them, as
we use pointers and setters, the little
piliot fish leads the huge shark to his
prey. Besides the shooting apparat
us referred to, some fish have the
sword as a weapon of oflense. The
xiphius jtossesses a blade no less po
tent than Damascus steel. This wea
pon will pierce through tbe bottom of
a ship though it probably would not
make much progress with an iron
clad. The saw-fish has a long snout
set upon each side with sharp spikes
like the teeth of a Fhark, forming a
weapon of terrible power, iue nar
whal carries a spear on one side of
hi? nose, formed of the hardest ivory,
and gradually tapering to a point
iOf daggers their are many specimens.
AH of them fearful weapons, often
serrated or barlied, and capable of in
flicting deadly, lacerated wounds.
life they led these old Californians.
But it did not belong to the nineteenth
century, and the railroad will, in a
year or two, leave no vestige of it
this side of the Mexican border. But
one thing I have learned this Winter
among the old Californians which it
is a pity we, their successors, have
not copied from them, and that is the
moderation of their lives. Their ad
mirable and kindly temper, their ab
stemiousness and temperance in eat
ing and drinking, the readiness with
which they submit to mere, physical
inconvenience, their kindness to de
pendants and servants, and the skill
with which they know how to manage
those, and tbe politeness and ceremo
ny which they know how to carry in
to all parts " of their lives, seemed
to me very admirable indeed.
Tha S 4 th t etawwr.
The London School Board (says
the Spectator) Las at 1 ength begun
to apply its by-laws for enforcing at
tendance at schools. The excuses of
fered by defaulting parents may be
tahen as fairly representing tbe cate
gories under which each pleas will
commonly arrange themselves. Eith
er there was no money to pay the
fees, or there were no shoes for the
children to go in, or there was no one
to see that they went The first is ob
viously insufficient, at all events so
long as the 25th clause of tbe Educa
tion Act remains in force. But the
fact that it is urged points to the even
tual abolition of the distinction which
the authors of the Act have attempt
ed to draw between inability to give
children proper instruction, and any
other form of destitution. It is gen
erally admitted that a man ought not
to be rcleivcd of the duty of educat
ing bis children unless his means will
not allow Lim to discharge It, and the
law has provided that, in the event of
his ability, being ascertained to exist,
the cost shall be defrayed for him.
But how are School Boards to ascer
It will be impossible to punish a
parent for keeping his child at home,
while it is shoeless, and equally im
possible to provide the child shoes at
the public expense. This is a real di-,
lemma, and one which, under the op
eration of compulsory legislation. may
easily become serious. The third ob- j
slacle, tbe M-ant of any one to see i
that the children go to school, is also
a real one, but it is not one that need
be regarded as formidable. Some
kind of agency must eventually be
set up to sweep the streets xt tbe rag
ged and homeless children that now
infest tbem, and as the children who
disobey the order to go to school at
nine o'clock which their father left
them when be went to work at six,
are not likely to stay in doors all day,
they will be enclosed by tbe same net
IJ ft a Calf for III PlaaUstata.
A correspondent of the New York
Tribune saya: "I will give two plans,
one of which will preserve the cider
sweet or in the state owing to tbe
condition it is in at the time the treat
ment is applied; the other la applica
ble only after the cider Las fermented. 1
A wording to plan No. 1, one-fourth
of an ounce per gallon of sulphate of
lime should be added soon after the
cider runs from the press. This can
best be done by adding the sulphate
of lime to a gallon or so of cider in a
separate vessel, and after stirring well
pour into the barrel. Ten ounces of
this lime will be the proper Quantity
for an ordinary barret The cider
will keen in the condition it was at
the time when the lime was added.
This plan will work equally well if
tbe cider be partially or wholly ler
mc'nted when the lime Is put in. It
does sot appear to be absolutely nec
essary to rack off the cider nnlsss it
la to be transported; in that case it
should be racked in about ten days
after application of the remedy."
Eaaadhaaialma; a Stary.
Is it not a pleasure to have con
verse with you one of those individu
als who punctuate their relation of
wbat they consider particularly good
stories of occurrences with pokes,
nudges and digs in your ribs ? The
worst of it is, the jokes of these fun
ny creatures are made of nine parts
nudges and thrusts and one part wit
as for instance, in listening to the story
of a large-headcd-man trying on a
small bat, we endured the following:
"By tbe by, speaking of bats, (pokes
us in the bread-basket and stands
back as if to view the effect,) did you
hear that joke on Bumps?" (Slaps
us on the shonlder and laughs.) "Big
gest joke of the season." (Punch in
the breast bone.) "Bumps, you see,
was just about coming out of the ho
tel dining hall" (Nudge in our ribs
with elbow.) "Well, he's got a tre
mendous big bead, you knew, (grab
on lappel of our coat ;) so two of U3
just Lid Lis Let (wink and punch with
bony index finger,) and put four other
fellers' drab hat3 just like bis in its
place." (Poke into shirt bosom.)
"Bumps comes out, tries first one hat,
(poke) then another, (punch) ; finally
be got mad and (elbow jab) jammed i
the third one on so Lard Le split it
open." (Tremendous thrust in stom
ach.) "Hal La! Lai SimBustah's
hat 1 And Bumps had to stand treat
three bottles ha 1 bat Lai" (Tre
mendous slap between shoulders that
took all the remaining breath out of
our body.) Boston Commercial Bul
letin. " '
Sweden, like Germany, is alarmed
at the decrease of pupulation.
A gentleman at Los Angelos de
scribed to a correspondent the life on
one of the great estates in tbat coun
try, "before the Amercans came."
They milked cows and made cheese;
they dressed and tanned sheep and
calf skins lor clothing; tlicv wove
blankets; they made wine; they raised
grain enough for their bread, and tbe
Indian women ground this on stones;
they preserved tbe hides of the cattle
for the Boston ships; and at the I er
nando Mission I saw tbe huge stove
and cement tanks in which . they
melted down and kept th tallow,
which also was sold to the Boston
men. In those days, said my friend,
when I went out to see Don , he re
ceived me at the door; he showed
roc my room, and in a few minutes,
bearing in bis own hands a basin of
water for my use. But behind came
a half dozen servants, to show me
that what he did be did out of re
spect and welcome to me, and that
servants were at band to do it, if he
did not choose. This old man Lad
sons and daughters, grown and mar
ried living in his house. He always
breakfasted alone, unless he invited
his elder son to eat with Lim. He
arose somewhat later than the family,
who had breakfast before him the
men, I mean; for the women and chil
dren ate apart, and had a merry time
over their meals. When he had
breakfasted, he went out into his cor
ridor or piazza. There stood his sous
and his majordomo and his vacqucros,
bat in hand. Then the horses, which
had been saddled since daylight were
brought Tbe eldest son Leld his
father's stirrup while he mounted; and
when be was seated in the saddle, the
rest followed. Then he gave to each
his orders for the day to Martin the
tannery, to Antonio tbe horses, to
Thomas the cheese, or the calves; and
when at last all this was received,
always in silence, he gave the word,
and out into the plain they rode as
though shot from a bolt Tbe old man
rode at the head; and as Le galloed
Lc called, in that low, soft voice which
they almost all have, "Pedro," and
Pedro drew up alongside: I do not
want that manadaof horses on the hill
yonder. "Si, Senor," savs Tcdro and
gallops off. "Antonio, these calves
should not lie here; they roust be near
tbe river; ' and so on, alwavs in a
gallop, seeingeverything with his prac
tical eye, and issuing his commands
as he rode.
About four he returned to his din
ner, which Lis sons ate with him
After dinner he sat in Lis corridor,
made and smoked paper cigars', and
On Sundays and fast days, said
my friend, the family rode to church,
all on horseback a graceful cavalcade,
for the women rode finely, and tbe
horses are yet the best saddle Lorses
in the world. Jhcn came the gold
discovery, and tbe Americans, and
the sudden great wealth which spoiled
all the simple life. Then they became
too proud and too careless to milk,
and so now you find no milk on the
ranchos. Tbey could buy clothing
and all kinds of supplies, and so their
useful and ingenious industry perished.
They came to the towns, dressed in
absurd gold and silver lace, and gold
stirrups and gold-mounted saddles,
and wasted their money in gambling
houses; and so their business was neg
iected. Finally they thought it gen
teel to ride in carriages, and so they
gave up the most graceful and health
ful exercise which man or woman can
Lave. ' "I Btill re nerabcr my old friend
Don Thomas standing here, looking
with silent disgust at his family climb
ing into a cumbrous coach, and then
turning to me with the words ' they
are young and may risk it, but for my
part I am determined never to hazard
my life in or f tho.'O things, while I
have strength to sit on a horse's back."
I do no doubt that it was a happy
A funny scene occurred in the
Hocking County Court of Common
Pleas some years ago, J udge E. pre
siding. A man Lad been arrested for horse
stealing, and set up an alibi in defense.
The defendant's main witness was
an old farmer named Buchanan.
He claimed the prisoner was in his
employ at the time the horse was
stolen' nearly a hundred miles distant,
and consequently he could not lc
The stealing was done on the 29th
of October, and Buchanan had Lis
"book" of accounts in court to refresh
bis memory. Mr. S., who represented
the State, knowing the witness was
both unscrupulous and ignorant, con
cluded to test Lis knowledge of dates,
and cross examined in this wise:
Attorney S. You say that Mr. Ellis
plowed for you all day on the 29th of
Witness (referring to his look.)Yes.
S. What did he do on the 30th?
W. He chopped wood.
S. On the" 31st?
W. That was Suuday, and we
went a squirrel hunting.
S. What did he do on the 32d?
W. He harrowed in wheat that
What did be do on the 33d.'
It was raining, and he shaved
out some axe handles.
S. What did he do on the 34th?
W. He chopped cord wood.
S. What did he do on the
But before the question could be
finished Buchanan's wife cleared the
railing in front of the Judge's seat
seized B. by the collar, and whisked,
him outside of the "bar," yelling in
his affrighted car:
"You blasted old fool, don't you
know that there are only thirty -one
days in the month of October ?"
Ellis' attempt at an alibi failed, as
might naturally be inferred.
An examination of Buchanan's
"book" showed that there were no
entries made after the 29th of October,
and that he had been drawing on his
imagination as to the work done on
each day. "Max," in American Pioneer.
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Mr. Buckalew, says tbe North
A merican, makes one notable claim to
support in this canvass that ought not
to be passed unnoticed. He says
tbat in tbe senate in May, 18G4,; he
voted to pay the soldiers in gold.
Gold was ranging at tbe time somq
wbere 250. The army in the Geld
was one million of men, and the pay
of these constituted the leading item
of the expenditure for the war. Every
copperhead m tbe north who was op
posed to tbe war and would have
peace on any terms, wanted to pay
the soldiers in gold. Can any man of
ordinary common sense mistake tbe
aim of this dodge. It was to break
down the Treasury, of course. The
debt reached three thousand millions
of dollars, and we arc told that had
the whole amount of our liabilities
been funded, the debt would have
rushed four thousand millions. But
suppose Buckalew's proposition had
been adopted, what would the debt
have been ?
The war did not terminate until the
middle of 18C5, more than a year af
ter he made his proposition. 1 racti
cally the pay of the men would have
been nearly trebled, and probably
more ; for any man of the least busi
ness knowledge must be aware that
if this proposition had been adopted
gold would have risen 20, 30, 40 or
50 per cent at once. For of course
the brokers sit down and calculate
the working of such a proposition.
They would have known to a hair all
the money required, and they would
have known that it could not be had
without extreme difficulty. This
proposition, therefore, might just as
well have originated with tbe rebel
commissioners in Canada as witn
Buckalew. I'robably it did, for Thom
son's report says that be conferred
The Oreelev candidate for Gover
nor must have an idea that the tax
payers either have no interest worth
caring for, or are deaf, dumb or blind.
r or a man at this day to put in a
claim as a great merit that he voted
to make the debt higher and more on
erous, to sink tbe public credit to com-
pel tbe government to make a dishon
orable peace, to bring the soldiers
back to homes covered with debt, and
to saddle the nation with a burden
that might have blighted all our in
terests by the tremendous pressure of
taxation seems to us as passing strange.
Yet a man does this who is going
about asking people to elect him Gov
ernor of Pennsylvania. If he puts
in this as a specimen of his states
manship, what may we not expect
hiin to do with our State finances if
he gets a chance f ...
The present position of some of the
eleventh-hour Republicans who have
come out for Greeley brings to mind
the story of an old fellow, in New
Hampshire who, whatever his condi
tion, never lost the sense of his dig
nity. One warm summer's day he was
seated on the top of a stage-coach,
which was slowly wending its way
over the sandy roads above Concord
Frequent application to hi pocket
flask bad rendered his position some
what unsteady, and at last a sudden
jolt tumbled him off into the sand by
the roadside. The driver stopped,
and with aid from the passengers, he
was at last set np again in the coach,
between two other men, who were to
guard against a recurrence of such an
Our. hero looked very solemn for
a mile or two, without any remark,
and then spoke :
"I , shay, driver, we had a pretty
, "Upset! We haven't upset," repli
ed the driver, a little hurt at the sug
gestion. ! i !,-. - i f
"Yes we did upsbet ! I shay wo
did upshet f IU leave it to this gem
melman if we didn't upshet" -
The umpire decided at once
The solemn look came back to his
face. He meditated some minutes'
and then gravely responded . j
"I shay, driver, if I had known w
didnt upshet I wouldn't 'argot off."
SAMT, FERItKL. Proprietor.
This is one of the bnst hotels In Somerset eounfr.
The tables will always tie supplied with the rhoir. I
em nanus me market anonis. and the nar aim the
beet liquors. Kowny stables attached. au7-3
RADWAY'S BKADY RICH CP la A
It wis the (nt snd Is
The Only liUr Itemedy
that hisUuiUy stops U stout eicrncurilac psias, silsra
inlaamauaaa, aad eares C'aeKMUaes, whMher M lb
.uses, Mtonteca, Uewels, as eucr flsuds er oceans, y
vf i-Koa oira to twkctt ihkutbs.
no aistter bew eieesM ee esmetaUas the Mia the
KIIKUMATIO. B4 M4n, lulia, Cripples, Venreu
KsunlcM. er preeuaiea wua II sjay suffer,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT XASX.
INFLAMMATION or TH A1I5YS.
INFLAMMATION OF TH BLADDER.
I5FLA11MAT loM OK THK UOWkXA.
COX0K8TIOH OF TUB LTJ5CS.
SORE THROATJlFFlcrLT BJJ.Tljj,jAB
HYSTERICS. CKOUP. TjyMA
COLH CTTTLLS. AOUK CHILLH.
The aepliculua af tbe Brady Ketlaf Is the patter
pvu wbera the faia c diOcalty aula will afford sue
Tweaty drops In half a reiaMer of water win la a few
RineienU cere CUAMPS. hi' ASMS. 8b'B bTOMAI'M.
HKAKTHntN. SICK HKAI'AeflE. wIARKIICA,
HY6E8TKKY. COLIC. W1NU Ui TU IKiWaXS,
and ell INTERNAL PAINS. . . . .
Tnrelets shouia siways carry a emus er scaswav s
lasat. a row stops is wsier iu
ns from cnasfe of water, it
Read Kellef wo Ibem.
a tuiMDMS er mips rrci
Braaar or Balers as a suauuaM.
irrvcat sicSneai or
Utter toaa Franca
nil LLirn a Co.,
Air now prrrci to do all kirw! of planing aD,l
SASH AND DOOIiS,
WMow anS Door Frames,
BR ACKETS, &e.,
Ur anything un-d In bullJInj.
pared tu saw
Ws are also pre-
And any thing In that line of business.
All kinds of work d.me tu order.
llrders promptly filled.
Casselmaa, Somerset eo., I's., July 27, 1872.
THE liEST VI Ml'
IN THE WORLD!
THE AMERICAN SUBMEHOF.li
The Simplest, Mt Powerful, Effertlva, iMira
ble. Reliable and Cheapest Puuip In use.
It is made all of Iron, and of a few simple iart..
It will not Frerrr, as no water remains in tha
pipe when nut la action.
It has nc leather or gum ycking, as tlte saeker
and valves arc all of Iron.
It seldom. If crer, gets out of order.
It will fore water from 49 to 60 feet In the air, by
attaching a few feet of hose.
It Is irood for washing Buggies, Windows, water
ing Hardens, k.c
It furnishes tha rarest aad coldest wuter. heeauae
) is piaceu in tne uoiiora ol tne well.
Tubs: r Inch Pump, 15; pljie. e. ft foot.
I - 18; Sc.
Larger i lies In proportion.
WEYAND A PL ATT,
Sol Agents for Somerset County.
Somerset, Pa., May 1st, 172.
SU RVK YI NO. CO X VEYAX
C'INO, tXiLA.KL.TINO Ac.
JAS. 11. GAITIIFJK,
DALE CITY, : : : M ETESS' D A IX P. O.
AU business entrusted to his rare will be pron4
ly attended to. The A genry air the purchase or
sale of all kinds of real estata taken on moderate
JANDS AM BUILIUXO LOTS.
Building lots In tha
Borough of Somerset,
Eligibly situated, and
Fannii Hineral aui filler Ws
In various asetlteu of Somerset county, lor sals
OX ACCOMMODATING TERMS.
A portion of the lands are
Others are aalmproYeJ.
Are found no some of them, of fair quality and
quantity. Fur terms, Ac, call on or address
U. W L1AM1I,
August 3?, Tl tf. .Somerset, Pa.
FEVKB AND AGUE.
FEVZH ANI AOUS cured tat afty cents. There Is
im a remedial aseut hi tha world that will care Ferer
and A rue, sod sU other Malarious. BUMua, Scarlet. Tr
i.hold, VJlow. aad other Fevers (sided by RADWAY'S
I'll.l.-t) so aqk as RADWAY'S KKADX RtXlKF.
Fitly seals per kettle. Bold by Draggisla.
HEALTH ! BEAUTY I !
STTtONO AND TVRK RK'H BLOonI!friltXAR
OK KI.EMI AND WKIUHT CLEAR git I.N AND
liEAUIUTL COMI'LEXIOS hKCUREIrTOALL.
HAS MADE TBE MOST AUTOHWHINO CURE :
HO Jl.li K, SO liAl'lli AKE THE CHANOr.J
THE HOlif I'XIiEIHWEM. UNDER THE IN
FLUENCE OF TU13 TRULY WOitDEKFLL
Every Day an Increase In Flesh
and Weight Is Seen and Felt.
THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
F..-ery drop at the MRSAPARILMA" RESOLV
ENT communicates through tee Blood, Sweat, L'rltie.
kd other Hui.1. snd Julcrs of toe system the Ttfur of life,
for It repair the wastes o the body with aew aad smwI
Material, scrofula, atlis, CoeeuBipUoa. Ulaadular
dUrase. Ulcers in tbe Tltrost, Mouth. Tumors. Nouen la
I. viands snd otlwr Sana ef the systtat. Bore Eres,
fitruniotis Dbchargte from the Ears, abd lbs won
f..inn nf Skin iltnensr., F.iuptloes. Fsrer Borw, Bemld
Hrad. Umf Worm. Kdt Itkotua. Erytlpelaa. Aeae, black
httuts, Wiirmt la the FKi. Teinore, Caneers In tbe
Womb, slid all wembeains and raful dlscaaarrs. N If 1.1
rwests. Loss of Hprm, sad all wanes ef the life Drtnd
Sle, are within the curat. re ru se of this wonder of Mod
era t'botalatry, and a few dsvo' eae will prate to say
prrw.n uuiis it fr eltbtr of tbrss tonus of dlnsn us
botrnl power tit care tars.
If the aollrat, ciily bcoain( reduced by the wastes
and drcoairtMllion tbat bi cunlltiaally wrreaHnc. suc
ceed in srmtlnf tftem .note, and reeeln the aune wttb
new material eisde from hoaltliy blood aad Ibis the
SAKSAI-AK1M.IAN wi.l and dues eeriire.
V mdy dues tne AsarAai(.uaa Kssoceirrr evel
all knows remednu aaenl la lb rate ef t'brunk. Hcrwfu.
:.hi, t'uuotltotioaai, and bkul diseases ; but it is she only
i.ilney & madder Complaints,
'nasrr. snd Womb distaste, GraesL Dtabttee, Viofy.
Nt.iKis ,.f M ater, Ineonlineao. of Crine, Hrtgbl'a Die
4 or. Albuminuria, and In all caw where there are belt-k-.
j4 deiaaiis. or tbe water is thick, doady. ailud alia
, Ji.i r. like the wblte of na rer. or threads wblle
ule. of ther b a morbid, dark, bilious aopesranee, and
-Vle buiwdMJt deoil. sod wba Ikero u a krkbluK.
tMiroiiie -Hilioa a ben oaaelne water. And sola la tbe
o .ijl ..'Mi. Ku-k and alolix Ilia L:u. frier. Sl-OO,
WORMS. The only knows and sure Herat dr
f -r h' ..J Tujic. ttc.
Tumor of 11 Veara' Growth
c ured Iy Radway'n Resolvent.
himi. U .. JiIt IS, lost.
To. fcarvvar T bM hat vwa Tar bi U ealo e4
All :b iMrVM mat - U w . blo fc H." 1 trad
i.er thine tbU waa rewnannard ; b.1 ntbuj blna wa. I
tr k..l.el.anJ uVmrht I mM rr U : bat baa a. bulk
b it; wwn 1 Md xahnS be lwrft. xn. I hub ats baOlaa
of ,k. HMml, auaaaia Mite, aa M a
u. rf rt KraJjr lUlMf; U IW. a a a .law of Samoa k ba
oo ar frit, aa4 I fi beltor, oortor. aaS baiaur Ojaa I b.o
f. twalt. jraara. Tim wura tanow waa to tfa. WA MO. of Iba
too ffvJo. I writ. uti. a je fat loo baaobt 4
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS,
frri-etlr tvtelesa. eVrar.Ue coated with sweet rum.
burs-, roruUto. v-'infr, e'rtnse, an I etrenrtbrn. KauV
nn Pi:i, for the euro t,f sll il(aordea ..f the Miaueh.
I. iaer. Uowele, Ktdnera, lllwbler. Nervosa Dlaoaars.
Hiudlia. t'onatlpatiou. otle. Indiscslioo,
l.-fo aia, TtWlouaneea lti!ioua Ferer, IniamHuulou of
tlid ilowrla Fileswid all lerwtaeneint.fllie imams! Vav
cera. Warranted loeffeetapoalliaeeure. Purely Vereta
bfe. rontftlnbig no aaerenrr. mineral.. cdeietisib'ur.
I tf ooaeres ths following svsiplulus rrnulluia: from
II. wrilcn of the Ulsestlvs Ort-ans:
r-ortipattoa. lawww Ptl. F.I1 of tba fi hi aba Wont.
AcOit of lb Si iMOrb. Waoia. tWartNvra. Imarmt of IMS.
t nl-mrt wr Writ at In tb ftvoiarb. )Wr bwatiMa, !; or
1'i.Oferi.f ol Oia rW af tb eawnorb. rwawbNJ a aba Mobi,
liTWO oo UHvolt mltiag. HtrfwU aa BV Ibart. tVoaf
er iboVcatiaa; Koill.n wbs a L.U f-aloro. IM
Vim.. lk.r Wrta bder. tb Swat, mat Uul t-aoi to
Ih. Itrao. raelrtoorT a rwMnOo. Trfln-a.n of lb. MUa
nm ram tba SoW, Lad, laaba, OSS li I I tUaba, af
w. lmr.Uk aa tb Fli
A few d'H.- of R ADW AVS l'TI.U wilt fh-l the sea.
teoi fruei all the aUve nai-ed dU.Wrs. frwv, a) scats
n.rl.. tb,. II Y liKL'tifilSTri.
READ -FALSI! AND TRUE." Send oae tetfcr.
rfs-nom RAI AY A CO. No. St Makl-a Lone, how
Itnuittoa worth Ibouo;
l wul be sunt you.
I. CJ. YIITZY.
BALK VITT, Bomtrtel Co., .,
Artllietsl Teeth, warranted to be of the Terr best-
quality. Idle-like and Handsome, Inserted In tha
hrsist vle. Partirular attention id to the pres
ervation of the natural teeth. Those wl'hlnir to
foni'ult me ly letter, can do sj tjr encJustnif stamp.
Auoress as aoore. jeiz-rs
Urn Peraam cm take thexa Bitten accord
ing to direcrtima, snd remsta long uawelL provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral potaon ar other
saraDt, aud the viui organs wasted beyond the point
lretepala air Iwellitestlwm. Headache, Psia
in tint Shoulder, t-'ousus, 1 elitoeas of the Chest, L
sinets. Sour n. latum of lit Stomach, F.ad Taste
in Hie Mouth. Ililious Aitacka, Palpitation of the
Heart, Iiiamajtatioa nf the Luoya, Psia in the reipona
of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symplotua,
art ths utkpuncs of Dyipenia. In these complaints
it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a Letter guar
antee of ila merits than a leosthy adeertiaeaucnt.
Kair Feaaale Caauplatlsita, in yoonr or old.
married or untie, at the dawn of womanhood, or tlie
turn of life, llieae Tonic Bitter duplar so decided aa
influence that a marked improvement is soon percep
tible. F'or Isjdaanmatorw- and Cla route Rhesi
smatlsm and (ami, Itilioos, Remittent and Inter,
aiittrnl Keterc, Diseases of the Blood. Liter, Kidneys
and Bladder, these lhtwra bate no equal. Such D a
eases are caused by Vitiated Ulood, wloch is generally
produced bt deranreroent of the Liffeite Organs.
Thejr are at Uemtle larsratlve as wall tu
St Twsjlc posseasiag alto the peculiar merit of acting
as a powertul s(-ent iu reiietine Congestion or Inflam
mation of lbs Liver and Visceral Orgaus, and iu Bilious
For Skits Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Illotches, Spots, Pimples, Puatulea, Hods, Car
buncles, King-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eye., Kry
siielas. Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration nf tbe Skin, Humors
and Disrates of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
arc literally dug up and carried out of the system m a
short time by the use of thee Bitters
Orsstef wl Thowsamds proclaim Vikkga Tit
tsss the most wonderful invigorant that etcr sosuiucd
the ainkinr svalena.
J WALKER, Prop'r.R. II. We DOS Lis V CO.,
Druggists and Gen. Arts., baa r ranctaco. I al..
and cur. of Washington and Charlton Sit , New York.
SOLD BY ALL DKL'GC-ISTS AND DCALLKS.
Boots and Shoet.
JJOOTS AND SHOES.
Harry V, -Her r lis
Res pert rully Informs he rttliens of Rurnrrset snd
the public generally, That be baa just rrpleaUhed
NEW SHOE STOKE,
In the New Building on Main Cross
- WITH A
SI'LEXDID STOCK OF HOODS
Bought hi tbe Eastern titles at tba low rash prices,
and is prepared to furnish the publle with etery
tlilng pertaining- to his line of business.
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
ed to mai
Th',t Cut iUsttraie the marjwrsf (Jting
fountain .ual Injector,
w . ...
g S. GOOD,
PHYSICIAN d: SURGEON,
QROUSE & SHIRKS,
Manufacturers of all grades of
AtteoLioa parlieularlv aakral of Jobber.
Hj-llnlm solicited by E. H. Marfhall.drugirlirL
Somerset, l'a. my. A
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
Stair Rods, &c., tScc.
A Full and Cuafullv Selected Slttjk.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO..
sf"f irnrr oo Main Street
Q AHKKTT, SOM ERSET CO., PA.
Earnest, Delp & Camp,
AXI CHESTVl'T LI'MUER.
SAWED AMI SHAVED SHINGLES,
'Cut to a MU" at short notkw.
I irJem from lumber dealers promptly f lle.1 at
wholesale prices. sua;. 0, Ti-tC
This inrtnirflent ! enpeclslly tjesijnctl for tits
perfect application of
OR- SACK'S CATARRH REMEDY.
It is tba only form of instrument jet Invented
with which fluid medicine can be carried AI9A t p
and perret! f appl4 to all parts of the affected tia
ra! rawazes. and the) c ham tiers or cavities com
tu animating therewith, in which sores) and ulcers
frequently eilat, and from which the catarrhal dis
charge eerterally proceeds. The want of nccesa
la treat inz Catarrh heretofore baa arisen atrely
from tha VmpoawibiUty of apply ins; remedurs to
these rarities And chambers by aot of the ordi
nary methods. This obstacle in the way of ef.
rectinr cures ia entirely overcome by the Invention
of the Douche. It ntloe this iuttrument. Hat Fkaid
I earned by He ewa weifM. (no tsauflivL iacas ar
aampbta ksinf rsntnred,) np one nostril In a full
penny Bowing stream to the highest portion of the
naal passaces, pastes into and Ihoroughlyclesns.
etall the tubes and chambers connected therewith,
a 'it Bows out 0 1 ths (Weita nostra. Jtsuse is pleas
sat, and so simple that a child ran understand,
it. fall atiat explicit direction ac
mmoany each Instrument. Wbrn used with this
iatrument. Dr. Bale's Catlrrh Bemedy rare re
cent attacks of "Col la tbe IleaeM by
a few applications.
Kymptoans of Catarrh. Preque-nt bead
ache, discharge fhlllas into throat, sometimes pro
fuse, watery, thick mucus, punilent, offensive, Ac.
In others a dryness, dry, watery, wreak or is flamed
eyes, stopping up or obstruction of nasal paasagts.
ringing In ears, deafnesw, hAwkinr and comghinir
to clear throat, u leers tloss, sea be from ulcers,
voice altered, nasal twane, effeuaive breath. Im
paired or total deprivation of sense of smell and
tautav dizziness, mental depreeeioo. lose of appe.
tile, lndl.-stton, enlarged tonsils, ticallmr cough,
Ac Only a lew oT these tymptoma are iikelj to
' ) present in any case at one time.
Dr. Haare'e Catarrk BenesTTt wbea
jaed with Dr. Plerce'a Ffaaal Doarsse,
tr.d accompanied with tbe trotwUtationai treat
tneut which is recommended la the pamphlet
tirtl wrap each bottle of tbe Remedy, is a per.
feet specille for this loathsome disease, and the
proprietor offer, in good faith, f&OO reward
liar a case be can not cure. The Remedy it mild
and pleasant to ase.rnutainieir no strong or canstic
drugs or poisons. Tbe Catarrh Remedy is sold at
JO cent. Douche at CO rente, ay all Dmf
(iafas, or either will be mailed br proprietor t.n
receipt of 0 cento ft. V. PIEBCE. SI.
Sole Proprietor, Bl'FFALO, N. Y.
IVln NlTB ASP CalBBTatTT STBEXTa,
P II I L A D E L T II I A .
II. VT U AN AO A,
Feb It Tl Protwletor.
Peron. wanting first -class Fruit Trees, Ylues
and Plants rnould call oa
EC. 131. JTTTMIP,
Somerset County, Pa.
You can purchase of blm at lower rates than ol
any other party. Feb.2S-TA
21 FIFTH AVEXfE,
gANKINO HOUSE OF
James T. Brady & Co.,
Cot al rosrtl Aimc u. Wood Street.
WE BUT AND BELI
On Liberal Teraw.
WE ALLOW ,
'::: -1 - - . ' . ' v ; ' " " '.
Six per Oat. laterat - Drpwslti.
ACCOUNTS OF MERCHANTS AND
James T. Brady & Co.
SOLD BT ALL Q ROC EES.
MariufUotorr, 90 31 SevsantU St,
PI lMBl-KH, aTA.
JJCONOMV IS WEALTH,
To the Ladlea.
TRY ONE OF
Bless fc Drake's
ImproTed Patent Sclf-Heatlng
Which Is fast becoming a universal favorite through
out tne country.
This Iron contributes IU full share towards econ
omy in domestic life, and la well worth the atten
tion 01 every tooaeKeeprr. it is neateo sunpiy oy
a tire Inside, like an ordinary starve. They are of
dinoreat nsea, weigning truu nre to eight pouniis.
It saves one-third tne time an Ironing Is doe with
much letaj fatigne no danger of smutlina- tbe
elothea, and when lroode tbey have a much better
It lends to the lrwner a great degree of comfort.
since, by the use of it, hot rooms are avoided, and
the person ut not subjected to tbe almost sneunerav
ble heat of a stove or furnace in warm weather.
A sufficient proof of the saUstactloa which H
gives, and the taror with which it Is received. Is the
already large aud still Increasing demand for K,
and which tells how fast It is cooling into general
use inrougnout me eouniry.
Not only are the virtues of the Iron apiirerlated
at borne, but the true worth of It is lieemutngso ap
parent every here, that thousand! of tbem are Bow
being Sold to vartoos foreign countries.
8ueh is the confidence of tbe manufacturers in
the excellency of this iron, that they say it enly
needs a trial to prove itself valuable to every house
keeper, and wa warrant them to give sat is tact sua if
tne directions are luiiy otiserved.
atsTAe rAsao Jrea is rrcutreeT.' ONE being
all that is necessary for a family, a it eaa be kept
coetantij not wane tu are, sou otiiy repairing
One Celt': Wart, of U for ai Miss.
"I would not be without this iron for Ji, if I could
not get another," la the exclamativn of those who
use the lltele wonder.
TRY IT! TRY IT!
rrZ! iirtetiant tntloti in rat A tress.
For sale by
FRANK II. SrFALL.
August 28th, 1872. Somerset, Pa.
11 keep constantly oa baad and is prapar
se to order 00 ibort aotire.
Men, Women and Children,
heTLlT.r."" rn,ra ' lipl-r to tbe
tle tread brogau. The ladles wiu Le furnUh-
S LI ITERS,
ul.kj OF CALF,
tX'Ih Wa.sen-sww.- . '
-tii' iisii.u -MATERIALS.
And of the most fashionable style.
""1U ln"a Bl Ut sod ,1,, aatUlaetloa to
all wlto may give him a calL
a to '""' boemaker. with
r-.-.. Mwuinii ui
c. r. aaoana.
JHE LIVE GROCERY.
C. F. R n O A D S 4
grocery M the basssasm,.
Hag house lately occupied by W. j.
Washtngtoa HoUl, sad are now oUj
(reeh seppUes of erythlnf la the
Un Olt. us a cail. 0-rrj11Itjf
Lasts and Shoe Findings
prtcVs, ' tu be add at the loweat eauh
f.f "J'Dd "'"pairing Owes on short aotlee.
Me boDee hv keenlni . I.. 1 1 . .
elitng at the lowWpoeslbl. prnd by (air
' H. V. BEERITS.
W. DAVIS & BROS
Grocery and Confectionery,
... uu'iraa ua people of in is rommn
Purehased the trueery aad Ooa
' of H. F. Aaepper, Esu.. opposite Uaa
eaase, and have made vaiualite additions
a. C. KuaT.
i. D. Livaxomio.
JEIM k LIVEN000D,
H AX 11 KItS.
SALISBURY1 ELKLICK, V. O.
Somerset Courrr, Pass's.
Imfts bought and sold, anj eulrectlons made ua
ait parts 01 tne country.
Interest allowed on lime deposits.
Special arrangtneuts with tjuunlians aud others
wnw Bold atooeja in trust. Jan 17 n
torpM tj Act of tivMw.
Depositors sec-red by Seal Estate
IsTf stneats eiclnslrely.
Six Per Cent. Interest
raid to depositors oa tha ocmipcmndinx
ater-aU leaf set is sftrwefett fa fAe MersW srrw
rsstesse for wllntlrmti Inf swswsy eTsyewtreat
aPeesaaastoss laiall assisMafs, trirHOfl
xoticx mat thm nxroarrox.
Mt twsasamissssaMoste ts-UI reraise prpl
JAMES T. BRADY,
J O. UAKVEY A t.,
BUTTE S VOMMISSWy MVItCUASTS
67 EXCHANGE TLACE. BALTIMORE.
Liberal cash advances eo 'gnmeats and
returns promuy made,
TT. SCIIMERTZ it CO.,
Wholesale Manufacturers ami Dealers In
BOOTS & SHOES,
A'e 31 FtIk arena. Bar Block,
w. t scaaicam, t. a. KAaactutst, ar. r. prssiso.
Manufacturers ef Ladies Misses and Childrena'
Sewed.8boes; also, Agents tor the sale of Wili
aa'a lioota. septa-ill
J M- HOLDERBAUM
Has bjt sale tor the season of 187i,
KELLER Seed Drill
WITH OR WITHOUT
Most PERFECT and Durablo Drill
Now in tbe market.
It will he to the tnterest of Parmeta to call and
see It at bis farm-house la Somerset, before pur
chasing ssy other. aug.T.
For Catulotpiea. terms, and references, s! dress
REV. JUKEPH WAIJUH,
angli-lm HolUdajstur, Pa.
.''',rlr" u Inform the people of this rotnmu-
lectiooery of 1
Z.1.Z1 , I " oeh of Uooda. We sell all the
atwa am eaasvUaV tf
DRIED AND CAN X ED FRUITS.
COAL OIL, TOBACCO, CIOARS.
BUCKETS, TUBS, As.
All kinds Prrnek and euaimoa
CAS DIES, SUTS, CRACKERS.
FANCY CAKES, PERFUMERY,
AND TOILET ARTICLES,
COMBS, BRUSHES, KOAP, Ae.
Also an sssnelmont uf Tovs a. a iv. u..i.
lf. Too want anything m the Grocery and Con-
aviidwsvwv.ts iaiaws aajau a
Davis' Cheap Grocery,
OPPOSITE THE BASNET HOUSE,
Host Quality. We wUl eadearur u av.
keep all the best brands of
FLOUR AND MEAL
COFFEE, TEA, SLQAR, R1C;
MOLASSES, BAKINO powfcyju
8 A POLIO,
ALL KIN I soap,
FRENCH A COMMOJf
C al X D I Ei
XUTS. ALL KISLS.
GINGER SXA PS.
Toilet and Fancy JWicIgs
Ksafsataaa tws rt-aca,
IN BASEMENT OF THE LATE EES":
W.J. BAER, ESQ
Now. IS, Tl-ty.
THE HIGHEST MAkKET ttliE fl
ALL USDS Of COUXTkT tlOtil
Dr, P. C
tic of m
. a. ua. w. w. KiasL-a
HATS AND CAPS,
Leather and Shoe Findings.
J. II. j Zimmerman
Takes pleasure la ealllne; the attevatioa of the elt
tsarns of Somerset and vicinity to the fact that hs
has opened a sure In hie retl.ieaceoa Union street,
where there will always be kept ea hand a eoei
plete asawrtment ef
Boots and Shoes,
Of Eastern and bo ate maautaeture, a Larrs aad
weU assorted stork ef
And a Brent variety of
laeafher and Shoe Flmdliigr.
Of aU kinds.
There ia also attached to the store a
CUSTOM-MADE BOOT & SIIOE
With N. B. SNYDER as ewtter and n .hl.k
alone is a sufficient (uarantee that all work made
up ia the shop wtU nut only St the feet of eostotss
ers but that only the best autterial aiU be aaed
KEIM & CO ,
SUCCESSORS TO STUTZM A." a E
Be leave to my ta its Patruaa aad las tm
they will eonlioae le eapplv waautwsw
their line by Farmers. tsaUders. Hots
Blackamitaa. aiiaera. Hue
beriaea and Muufaetarars rwaentllj.
FOR COOKIXG AXP II El'
" ' tmptuyea. The publle are reflect rally
eali aad examine his stock.
70R SALE AT
AMO 1st October. 1S71A500 let January, lrri. AM0
1st April, U7J, ami ajwe a year IherwaRer,
A Farm of 229 Acres.
Havtnf two New Hotssaa, New Bank Bam, wosd
Ore hard aad Suwar Camp, well Umbtared and well
Ira (.roved, within half mile ef North Fork Balt-navd.
lwteo.loa 1st April, 1ST.
Owed paper will be taken lur the first two Bar
lAasssasioa far snttinar timber eivaa as sooa as
1,000 m paid.
W. J. BARB.
Soaterset, May t, IX
Joaa n seat. woaa aoaavra.
JOHN DIBERT & CO.,
NO. 240 MAIN STREET,
We eell Drafts aerotlabls la all aarts af tha
ted States aad Caaadaa, aad ta Forelo eoaatrtas.
nay utstu. iauprana asvi uoarsraesoat Iwaads at
h Ik nest market prteee. Loaa assttey ea apwrvrsd
inrlty. lira Of aad ChseAs oa otber banks eajh
. Muaey reoeltwd oa depuslt payable oa deeaaaal
Interest at the rate of Six per eent. per
Annum paid on Tim Deposit.
Ererythine ta the TJaa raeoivsa our
-rnananu ta ear rtlssarH aad nuslusssti lor their
tat palrinisifa. wa auiloil a suatiaaaaoa ef tba
same, aad Invite at bars who have as In see ta ear
una to (its as a trial.
stylet, at tl
Of the most desirable kiads. whlah hettr'
yet, failed to five entire saUstaeUotv si
kspt tss hand.
Of the vnrloas pattens beet adapt! J
of oar Kartaors, wamated to (its sua
The larrs aamber alrwadv ia ass tarss
aad the adtotnlae soaatles, and a Kstatfi
tats; deaaaad, are a surAeieiit nsava-merit.
ForUlalnc. Lumbertnar, Rallnavl La
ef the awst approved aturni aad Dss'
maie ta order ua short aotlee.
GRIST AND SAW MILL"
A NTI FRICTION EM'IXI
IRON RAILTNO, BALCONIES. I
Window and Door-
TVs "bUiee- Iirwet, aad the -Pvt 1
Nor. 15, -
Csboer , ,
. 1 ly.
all times de all we eaa to wive entire saUsAtetioa.
Feb a To JOHN DIBERT a OO.
For aU the dlOarsat Plows used a
Ws are the authorised ssu '
SPEAR'S ANTI-DUST Tk&1
la this scaaty.
We tell, at saaoatmaHaTers arhs
TH E SPBAGCE MOWEB,
THE BUSS EL BEAK JS
TBE BEST STEEL rl4'
Ami Aarleallarnl Impleawat I-
We hope U amrtt a waattoas-J-
so Ubarslly aatosaiad w wus mf
Oar artcee will be fcar aad sat ta
jaa M, tl.
Eofer to J. K