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FOOK RI.AXNtRlI AWfaETT.
ET JAMES PAHTOX.
Tlic life ami niisfortuuos of this
man may at l'at serve to illustrate
the homely old tayinir, that a fool and
ins money arc soon janeu. jic w as
the younger pon of an ancient and
Komewhat wealthy Irish lanuiy, oi the
afcaiinf ir TaT -" i lull i crl. r It mi ;-.! f wn c
, V'i i " ." fxcame aefliiainieu vim me i.ian
l.orn in Englund, while' ln parents : noI.iass,..t?. Already they were em
wero visiting a friend in that country, ! Urra!WC,i for money," and were more
in i;C.r. After tending the usual 1k- :aiixitus to soil theif estate than they
nod at cstinimster school, in Lon-' , . pvor I)Wn l0 arillljro jt jnrr f.
don, and at Trinity collepe, IuMin,
lie was put to the study of law.aud in
1 Till .1-1 l.v. .. C. .Lurtf
...v, ..Vi..w woo tncuij-u. ;..-
oiage, ucwas aamitteu to uie jriMi,,
bar as a barrister.
j e never practisi-a ins pro.e .. , . rnH.0t ,0 e,ireU Aaron I, at
for he had no sooner completed Lis, Vmr of Jail(.s s,( fur a i
legal studies than the death .f his tl- j k w ,Ju . (.t, no ,,,. ;
der brother made 1m the heir to the ! (I iim for f a mlan in
taui.lv eMate. In stead therefore, o ; r.( M Dlr Mllir,.lT . ,..,!
lubor, he put money in Lis purse, and
started to make the tour of Europe.
He happened to arrive at Paris altotit
the time w hen the French people
w ere in the delirium of the French
revolution, and he was at the first an
nual celebration of the destruction of
the llastile, when five landred thou
sand Frenchmen, assembled in one vast
amphitheatre, took the oath of fidelity
to the Nation, to the Constitution, and
to the KiDg. He returned to Ireland
full of those dreams and fancies which
characterized the light-headed liberals
of the period. He was a KcpuMScan ;
and. seeing no prospect of the emanc i-
pation of his native land he t.eter-
mined to sell his esta tes.and reJiiove U.
lllt I VI'UOMI Ull li" .ni . vi .i, . .
ianilC,Over mmiiii viem-mi asiioi-
ton was presiding with so much eclat
and dignity. His "Irish property
yielded him twenty thousand pounds;
which, small as it sounds to our ears,
was, for that day, a really handsome
fortune. It was probably equivalent,
in purchasing power and in the im
portance it gave to the possessor, to
more than a quarter of a million of
While making his arrangements to
remove, he fell in love with a young
lady, Miss Agnew, the child of a dis
tinguished military finely. She was
of a romantic turn uf mind, and
thought it delightful to marry an
Irish republican whose sister was an
Irish peeress, aud to emigrate with
him to the wilderness of America. On
the first of August, 17f, w hen Iilan-
nemassett was thirty-one years ot j
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ae, .iie lan-.eu iun, " '1
with such unrelenting iicrtinacitv,
that thoy were glad to go into the
country for a few weeks until the hot
wentbiT -8flrw i
HI. IM from X... Y..rk
siM-culation then tirevading among
business men ; which he thought w as
i ne cause oi i no extravagant prices oi
everything and the liiirli rate of wa-
ires." Men s.-rvants. he said, received
twelve dollars a month, mechanics
sixteen shillings a day, and a good
There was a perfect mania for
s,tecUlation i. real estate-fortunes
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and selling lots and lands. He saw ;
almost evervtjiintr in a favorable
light, itness bis deieriptiin of left forever a continent in which he
Newark, nine miles from .t h city f J,ad experienced little but uuhappi
Ncw York : 1 ness. A niaidiai sister who lived in
"Newark is perhaps the, 'handsoni- j
est village in the world. Of extent,
nearly t lire miles; it is scat-d in a
plain, clear and level as a parlor floor,
on the hanks or the 1 assaic, in an
amphitheatre environed bv great
swelling hills. Its academy, court ty-third year.
house, and two neat buildings for , la after years, Mrs. Illanuerhassett,
public worship, added to nine stages, I wtb an invalid son, and herself al
which. liesides an .infinity of watronstmost exausted with anxiety and toil,
pass through it Ix-twecn New York i -amc to New York and asked Con
and rhiladelphia, give an air of bust-'press to make good to her the dam
nessand gayety to the place. It is also j a;r. done to her island abode by
the residence of many private families troops in the employment of the Uni
.f respectability." Jted States in ISO'O. Mr. Clay for-
It is only very old inhabitants of i
Newark, which is now grown to a
great manufacturing city of one hun
dred thousand inhabitants who will
realize the truth of Illanerhassctf?
Our romantic adventurers were
lound westward for the far west
which was then tbe shores of the Ohio
river, lK-tween Pittsburgh and the
site of Cincinnati. The next w inter
found them in Marietta in Ohio,
whence he made excursions into the
universal wilderness in quest of suit
able land upon w hich to establish him
self. Near the village is an emenencft i
of some elevation, from the summit of ,
which an extensive view is afforded ;
of thc river and the surrounding j
country. No site could have ,
lieen more inconvenient than this'; ,
but. as in the old world many a jve-
turesjue hight was crowned by a pic-!
turesou" caxle. the relic of barbarous :
times. tLc Klannerhassetts thought it j
would lie a fine thing to place upon
this height the mansion they intend
ed to build. Abandoning this absurd-!
ity, they plunged info another still
more ridiculous. ' j
Near Marietta, there is a low island
, . . . . .
wide. It lies flat upon the surface of
thc water, bending with thc
the stream, like a long green
thc loftv banks of thc Ohio hemming i
it in on every side, I:ke two ranges of j
woort-eovereti mountains, i his river
is so narrow there, that a mau uitou
the t-hore of thc island, and one staad-
ing upon tb main land, ean converse
together without any great ineonven-!
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icnee. ji wa. ujiuu tins i.-iauu tutu
lilanncrliassett bouiriit a rarm one
liundred and seventy aeres. for Tmr
thousand five dundred dollars, and
took up liis abode uion it in a small
Mock-LotiHe. with His pretty and ro -
mantie noting win
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forthwith to erect a
etirious ami re-
markablj ugly house, with barns, out-
houses, and various other structures,
at a cost of thirty thousand dollars ;
so that by tbe time his house was fin-
ished and furnished, he had expended i
about half his capital. From the pic
ture of his house which is now before!
me, I should supitose it A miracle of j
inconvenience and absurdity ; and so
far from having an elegant apierance,
it resembles nothing so much as those
temporary wooden barracks, which '
are sometimes erected, in time ofi
peace, outside of fortified places.
What next J If his house was un
comfortable and inelegant, his estab
lishment was large and expensive ;
and he was no more capable of ex
tracting a livelihood from his farm
than a child. A child indeed he was
in everything but rears. Iletriodto
experiment in chemistry ; Im played
tbe violin ; Itought electrical apparat
ii,.iu.i I l 4 L- ;
ed Itooks; and even j
ted as he was to shoot
us ; he collected
game. In this last amusement he
Was asSlKtn.I fenminntlT' liir Ins wrifn
who aimed the gun at the bird, and j
told bim when to Cre. He waa soj
much afraid of lightning, that when j
a thunderstorm was coming us, he
would shut the doors and windows. I
ana get into ieti. in short, he was
one oi me most looiisu, incompetent,
unpractical men that ever squandered
a fortune and brought a family to
in the tlhio river, lont three miles to ine puoiK-, wnen wmaii sums wouiu t. Sl.x.s must admit that the baud
long, and perhaps one hundred j-ards be sent for his benefit. I was myself j
some man is but a rough and primi-
An., liis w ife, in Ikt way,
;a not much wiser than himself, !-
l.nn.rli fii.iinilnnilv oimmrtrtit jfshe
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had remained at home, to shine in wie tnow neu nrouuu nun. ieeona, me
! sjhere in whieh she was lwrn. New Vork jilan, invented ly one of
i C ........A.i v.n- In lKO.Votir friemU Tlie floor near the rat
j Varon - tlrr w.t ou f.A.tl.is famous ex -
; h; , ( COiKiuest of Mexico.
and on his wv to Hie ta iu inuae
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pn..arations ad to heat up recruits,
1 ! ?-1 a I it
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in his dazzling en -
1 Jitpu iiiui u huaie
itc.rprise . ana TrobaLiv
,onic war, to the -ger
and credit -
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liaJ ,Kn u.on it was !l0 ,vlli
i.i the feasibility of his Mexican enter-f
i..,n oih.r man It was
Aaron Uurr himself. "
Uefore the scheme was well organ -
ized as all the world knows, Tresi -
dent Jefferson shattered it to pieces
with a liolt no more formidable than
a proclamation. liuiT was arrested
and taken to Kichmond for trial.
Ulannerhassett, charged with eomplic-
;- .1 id, i.mii was also cunveved to
Kichmond a prisoner.
was overrun liv wild Ohio militia :
his gardens trampled into ruin; his
jout-houscg destroveil; and his man
sion defaced. After a detention in
llic.,imoml (f manv twlioiH all(1 ev
ivcmontb rthe"was discha rgedant
. . Li f n atXatl.hcz
He then gathered the remains of his
property, and Ixjught a cotton plan
v, nun ijuiiiu i-ouoii ii.au-F
of a thousand acres in M issis-
sippi ; and upon it he placed a few
slaves. An able man could
have made a fortune upon that virgin
soil, in that early day of the cotton
culture ; as. indeed, many of his
neighbors did, w ho had never seen
an tdect rieal machine and knew not a
note of music. It was Mrs. Manner
hassctt who managed the plantation,
so far as it w as managed. It w as she
who, at the dawn, mounted her horse
and saw that the labors of the day
were liegun. Her exertions, howev
er, were not adequate to the situation,
and the struggle was unsuccessful.
1 lis creditors being clamorous, he of
fered his plantation and twenty-two
negroes for sale ; after he had held
! them seven rears, they realized
, t lis (ll.1lts aml j,.ave a
SrHall sum over for investment.
In 1810,, being fiftv-four years , of
1 or-., lint nifirn u-nrn bv riiis-fnrtnnes
. i, ,.,r.r1j rr,(p,!il
l 1- . 4.-W nlA
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' to lK
eover some estates to which he fan
' eicd he had a legal title. Then he
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'directed bis energies to getting a j
! i.lo r.mv.mm.ni omo of:r(tt(;l1
! hi r.bl Westminister school " fellows
onTlX Z7-in Vhombe i Idrr.l
and dukes, and to them he addressed
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letters asKin? tneir ltiieresi mpromot-
'inir bis d,iwt : to whieh they un;.
f(,rl,v sen polite replies of refusal.
in i,i in- i i-i iii iit-ii ti v. a iiiua. i'ul
onlv to close un his affairs in Ameri
ca, ana. Taking uis w ne auu ciumrcn, i
England had offered him a share of
her cottage, whieh was not very
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cioiis, an.l a subsistence npn her in-
come, wuicu was not very larjre. in
tins last reiuge ne iiveo six years,
and there he died, in 1S31, in his six
warded her memorial to tlc Senate
1 Mrs. Ulennerhassett," he wrote,
is now in New ork, residing m very i .t.m m mvh mwntric orI,its that
humble circumstances lestowing her he WoulJ 1(C f urc to fctrike Bgmin8t tbe
cares on a son, who, by long p..verty J vasc and t thc flowt. OI1 his
an.l sickness is reduced to utter nuoee- Wffly down j.lt of ny usefu, know,
il.ty, both of body and mind ; nnable of anv know ledge that
to assist her or provide for his own promis,.d to be us'cful he was desti
wants. In her present destitute situ- tute t0 a Jeprtc lhat wouj,j ,,ave
ation. the smallest amount of relief; ..t, rnwi .i. ilnart ,.r .l..-....,i
will be thankfully received by her.'
Her condition is one of uh.Aile u-ant,
and fehc has but a short time left to
enjov anv lH-tter fortune in this
It is supposed that an nppropria-1
tion for her relief would have lconiust go. All his little cambric
made if she hart liven -long enou
for the tardy action of Congress.
a I 1 lT.1JO " - I , T .r.
ity. Her son survived her
t ears, during which he was
.ue uieu in im., in a menu nooue lujand ruUles aud ribbons or his infan
tile city of New York, attended in. tile grace the insignia of his inno
her last moments by Sisters of Char- ei-nec. the vcstiires of his heavenly
unable to help himself, and would . intlAj straight lines and plain surfaces,
have starved to death but for Uie , and monotonous hues and unmitiga
charity of a fcwjpcrsoiis who kncwt0j bifurcations of the unbeautiful
his situation, and knew, too, the mel- M.x tiH. jsex which is not lovelv in
ancLaly tale of hH family 'rf ruin. itself, an.l w hich borrows no hivcli
Occasioiially a jiaragrapli in a news- lu.H fTom jts dress ; for even the most
paper would make known- his wants ! tl,oroutrh advocate of the eoualitv of
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a bearer to turn of one ot these news-
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paper collections, amounting to twen-j
jty - Cve dollars, a few months before j
his death in lie sat silent in a
miserable room in M. John s square ;
an t in. -ii. i;. iiiii -uiau in an -.-,
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in uifit siiai.i.v sun oi i.iaf K. wnn a:fsitrht. the nun man has not i n' to i
jialh.l, e.V.ress.onleifaee. I exi.lain-1
ed to him the i.hject of niv visit and i
hiiii.l.d lilni the money. Ho fazed,
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liis liami to take it.
and evidently had !
n..t understood a ivord that I had i paniients of iii:tiihM)d Wliv put
said. I U.eTtforo laid the ni mey awfu jm,v igIloranM, nd" inno
uon an old chest; and went in neareh ; .,.IUC j siich'irrotesoiie contrast with
one who could Ihj
to have eliarpe of luirx. 1 1 relieve I
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iunu some suen prrs.'ii ai lenym.
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jaim su':eeeueu in leatintr me money t
i so that it would be expended for his
j Is-nefit. II WV V.,. W "i-
T Drive Kaia Away wubaai I'aisaa.
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We know of three methods: First,
the old French plan; this is followed
in I'aris by men who make it a special
business. They take a deep tub with
water oa the bottom and a Jittlo el
vation in the middle like an ishutd, on
which is only place for just nn rat to
sit on. The top is covered ami has a
large balanced valve, opening down
ward ; on the middle of this valve a
piece of fried jtork or .cheese is plao
ed, and when a rat walks on it to get
. . . . . s . 1 I
uc citecse lite lane goes .i.mu,
urops the rat into tne water, ana me
valve moves back into position. A
road is made from a rat hole to the !
i ' iau in iiiaill! trout a rav llilic tu llli-;
top of the tub, by means of a, board j
rubln-d with cheese, so as to make the :
walk attractive for the rats. In the
ennrsx r.f a iln ,.;l. ..n '
twenty, or even more rats may go
down, aud if the island was not'tiicre
thcr would be found most all alive in
the morning quietly fwiiiiming round;
but the provision of the little island
saves the trouble of killing them, be
nr . . . . . ll.n!. nnl!..i;t'n:H t If
"' -ul" '8--' - t.intiin ,ur wii- roues ne has not put on the soul orient! leaky boots, protect us I
preservation causes them to fight for manhood.' His awful innocence is From "shabby hats, and fcirn cra
the exclusive possession of the island, 'too fresh from heaven to be smother-1 vats and (lyingbrickbats Save us.
gvnt rnt is fouinl m solitary jioesesji-j
, ion : nil the othcis Ircinir killed and
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! hole is covered with a thin layer of
! moist caustic iKjtassa. When tho
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rats walk on this it makes their feet
sore; these they lick with their
tongues, which makes their mouths
Bnn mid tho result is that they shun i
that locality, not alone, but appear to '
tell all the rats in the neighborhood j
alKut it, and eventually the house is.
'entirely abandoned by them, not-i
1 withstanding the houses around may .
1 tie tceiuing with rats. iium, im-
Putch method. This is said to dc
sneecssfiiilv in Ifohatid ; we
have, however, never tried it, A
niiinUT of rats are h ft together to .
in a very lirire tran or
ea in: with no f.Mtd whatever, their
crating hunger will cause them to
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tight. ' "ie wtaKesi win oe euun
bv the strongest, a iter u .hort lime ;
the fight is renewed, and the next
j weakest is the victim, and so it goes
! on till one strong rat is left. When
I this one has eaten th last remains of
(any of the others, it is set loose ; the
I animal has now acquired such a taste
for rat flesh that he is the terror of
j ratdoin, going round seeking what
rat he may devour. In an incredibly
f short time the premises are abandon-
short t.me the nremises are atiandon-!
i on whidi in tin'
led by all other rats, which will not reconstructed. What did you sec at
iconic back before the cannibal rat has jtho circus yesterday f"
jleft or "died. Manufacturer Jtfj cffalent and a baby leffalent."
l lUiiUlir. j "And where is Kathrina gone?"
j i ..(jone (0 Frank an cisco" pulling
The I'.l.y In nrrrrhra. ; . ... ,k frnnAn,
HY (!A1L HAMILTON.
It was all owing to the other babv.
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1 here was no call for that baby, that !
I know of. There were babies en-:
ough In-fore. When, as breakfast
neared its close, Harry was heard ;
thumping slowly down the stairs, j
t;t-iat, Mt-pattering throiign tne;
pariors ar.u me uorary, unu jiresteiu
ing himself at the dining room door
in fresh white frock and radiant face,
emitting angelic war-whoops of h"-
light, the old house seemed full of j
babies And when he rushed around !
the room with fixed ryes, bent head,
and shoulder thrust forward in fren- L - wr't'r in the Home Journal
zied eagerness for a chair, and when I fittingly rebukes the flippancy and
he had made good bis divine right to! thoughtlessness of some young wo
a seat at the table bv pushing liisi "cn ; "I think it must be a jolly
chair headlong iuto a place regardless 1 thing to be a young widow "! I heard
of what broadcloth or ruffles might this remark the other day in a group
interpose; when he had painfully 1 of laughing girls. I think I may re
climbed up into the adult chair, and 1 member saying such a thing when 1
had brought his precious nose very ' was a girl. Do you know, girls
nearly to a level with the table--: what it is to lie a widow? It is to
with what serene delight, with what
entire self-approbation and world sat -
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ISlill UOH Ulll lie UUUIIU u 1011 ur.,
Ui asnirinir. uinbitious unsatisfied
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i iftit, ii ii i. . i i ii uii nu ruir
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! lime abstraction did he upset all the
(-him mid saiii-ers in bis endeavor to
reach the oranges! What a small
! thiR? il pmod to him, in
up in his
auvttnniroiisiiess. 10 rise
' table, and creep
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. a imsr in me oinertti.se uuaiiainaoie
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Migar nowt ; ami wnen a. ...no: anu
' "'Jr'asi,'iable prejudice interlerea
u-:!h tln Iik tiini.Ii anil liminriil.li
ambition, what hearty howls attested ; friends console you aner the lollow
to his keen sense of right to life, lib- j ing fashion : 'Oh, well, it is a dread-
ertv and the pursuit of sugar, until
some true friend, more open to con- And, in the next breath, ' ou will be
viction than his bigoted progenitors, j sure to marry again, and your wid
set the suirar-liowl on the floor, and ;w' cajm is very becoming to you.'
, restored the eoinbhriiim to th mil. '
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to satisfy a reasonable mind. Jlis '
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pattern, ana peueirateu every lastness ; " mm un
iti the whole province of knowledge. I that uttered your name with a ten
He not only, like Sir Thomas Moore, j derncss that none other could give it.
did not know (Jreek at three years of i It is to hear no more the well-known
age, but he was very imperfectly ac- i footsteps that yon flew so gladly once
quainted with English. He" had! to meet To sec no more the face
never so much asheard whether there that to your adoring eyes seemed as the
le any alphabet He knew how to .angels of God. To feel no more the
tumble all the collars, riblions and j twining arms that folded you so lov
trinkets out of the npm-r drawer into j ingly, the dear eyes that looking into
kaleidescopie confusion. He could
t,.j V.'iUv thn r
lK-lievcr in vital statistics.
Hut another king arose who kuew
not Joseph. Another baby must
needs come peeping ami prying into
world, and 15abv Harrv must ali-
dicate. The badirea of liis royalty
flounces, all his lovely silken-stitched
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I uaiiijei j'viuiuui:., mi- iviitir. uuu iutfcn
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rri.ation were to be ruthlessly rent
ntvnv- and he was to make, his debut
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tive creation compared with the hand
llv c ereauou eouiarei wan wie uaim-
j;0,lu, tvoman, and that while the plain
woman, by correct combinations of
t.0r .! outline, can at least reduce
J,er plainness to its lowest terms, and
nolni tlliu-s eosil .me it Hoirc Hut oil
,u ,t to put on his hat and coat and
?tt jt out on that line.
Of course we all knew that Harry i
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nmsi come lo it hi tiiii ; lint wiiv
array liim lin-nnttim-l v in the ttiiinlier
,liaiv o-arlt? It is only for hie
brief blossoming that he can have the
beautv of ilrnru-rv Oniii nit nf it
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i,e r,.turns, returns no more. Once
robbed of his cambrics and muslins
and there remains for him through
l life nothing but a dreary waste of
jtrowserri a pitiless stretch of dun
j broadcloth, scarcely brightened, cer-
jtainly not relieved, by tlie stilfness of
starch and uncomnromisinir linen
The time may come in the Soodtide
of youth and love when he will put a
bououet in his button-hole. In his
liiiiiih.icd cravimr for color he mav
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possibly indulge a blue bordered
handkerchief ; but not for him the
broad expanse of lustrous hues ; never
for him thc rainlxiw tints, the sunset
Mendings, wherein his sister may
luxuriate. It is only the short, sweet
morning of his Labyhood that can be
tricked out in curve and color, in
tncketi out 111 curve ana color, in
leathers ami (lowers, ami all fantastic i
But the decree iroes forth. OfTi.
the bodding little petticoats that !
the chunky little sleeves, so
of the chunky little arms, thai
babj' waist that has nothing in
common with the tyrant man, and.
Ticvcr so much as suggests the arro
gance ami domination of thc oppress
ing sex and Baby Harry goes into
breeches and Testacies.
Iut I have mv revenge. With the
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ed Ijv jacket anl trowstrs. He lius
by no means yet unlearned tne con-
tortions and eliinmnir. tne crawim,
t i iir r I I..'.. . .
ml rnllinrMt of his lost estate, and his
clot lira have hard work to stay on.
It is only lv the skin of their teeth
that the trowsers keep connected with
tl iacket He emerges from his
dressimr-rooin dainty and dmirous, !
".-low- Imttoued te the chin," collar
straight, litces tied, stockings fast a
little man. An hour passes, and the
little nun has one shoe off, thn string
of the other gone. One red stocking
has been displaced hy a black and
white sinpeu one, wnn uie uccimi-
ed Uehantly over his instep, ami no
ouier Mocking is recicu nn.u.n.
ankle. Iioth hare, iirown, in-.teren
knees are surmouuted with a white
cotton crown, and the minute orcccncn
ttre tucked up as high as they will go
around the minute letrs. Uotton
have treacherously putted
I'llllip.lll t ;
with the button holes, and alow and
.... mm I l !
aioii iK-ars iiarry uia uuy li u.
noar little uiiapiuateu
j mockery and travesty of a man
i minikin", midget, buby in bieecheii
i eiK.h and so great coufusion comes
j Upon all impatient aud evil minded
1 parents who are not conteut to wait
! t,e flowers slow unfolding, but will
I Lave the tiny and tender bud spring
j suddenly into the broad-bannered
"Marrv Midiret. come here ami ik'
Stop, Tell me what is tin
' esc Embassador's name J"
I hack-u-ra !' tugging mightily
..i'i,.... ...,,,.1, do v.m love ma?
T.n vo go "
"That's all ?"
.. . j . .i,t i....i-..t t
I5Iess the baby, with or without his
troublesome disguises," which, after
al,( ra, h.r oniphasjze than disguise his
What It in ( be Widow.
' ten times more open to comment
criticism than any demoisciie
eonld possibly be. " It is to have men
' gaze at you as you pass,
hrst at vour
"" V '""l
- - - - - . -
1 if . J k..at.
nniauiren person say, i woiiue. no
; long she will wait till she marries
! nffain V and another answer,
she cau get a good chance, 1 suppose,
It is now and then to meet the glance
of real sympathy.gcnerally from 1
'......i i..,.i.i -...,., tt.
r"vi -i " .
: ...i r.... cii.mu
' . " - "
: a -u, s are ""fV"
lor. It is to tia e our IalaonaDIC
for. It is to have your
i loss. c knew you d feel it dear.
" IJllt it IS more tliail tlllS tO be a
.i.l..i- Tt in mica thn strnnfF nrm
niuwn. . ') .v. ......... ...v . ......
voll ,iave ,,.... Iino., the true faith
i i i i -i
iai you Knew never comu iau tun,
,1..-. "l. n i. ,;i. f.,nl-A
your owu, Faiu pi&iniy, wnaiever ii
might seem to others, yours was the
fairest face earth held for him. It is
to Cglit with a migLty koitow as a
man fights with thc waves that over
whelm hi in, ami to hulil at arms'
length for a while only to have in
thc hours of loneliness ami weakness
thc torrent roll over you, while
poor storm-driven dove you sec no
KwlmiBtlafr Aeadeaalea la Pari.
Svviiiiming academies arc an insti
tution in I'aris. They are hoth nu
merous and well attended ; and no
wonder, for they arc kept in the very
Lest style, being neat, clean, and eoni
lortahle, ami thc conveniences afford
ed thc visitor for plunging, diving.
springing, turning somersaults, and j
i.erfoniiiiig other gymnastics in and j
out ol tne water, are pieniiiuny pro
vided, so that the frequenter of these
Laths, whether he is teaming to swim
or is a practiced swimmer, whether
ho is hold or timid, or whether he is
a slow, lazy, blundering fellow, want
ing to take things at his case, or ac
tive and athletic, and wants to show
off, finds everything suited to his in
clinations. Haths are of various
grades, to which thc admission va
ries, in some being a few sous or cen
times, while in others it is as many
francs. Thc object of the high prices
in some is to secure exelusiveness
and attract the best classes of cus
tomers. Siiectators are admitted to
tl itfuit arai1.ini'B vliuri hq (aUlllta
what of the eharaeteristies of the ret,
taurants or coffee-houses. Cigars,
brandr absinthe etc art furni-he.l
. - '
At all times during the day, but es-
peeiallv about five o'clock in the af
ternoon when the rush is greatest
and there is scarcely standing-room
for the crowd, and all the cabins are
taken in advance, sometimes by two
or three persons may Ik; seen visi
tors in long white . gowus, sitting,
standing,, leaning. Tying down in all
conceivable positions and attitudes,
smoking, drinking or chating with
friends. These rarely, if ever, swim,
and it is not uncommon for one of
them, when they do go in, if a rain
comes up, to rush into his cabin for
his umbrella, and returning to thc j
water, hold it orer his head with one
baud and swim or paddle alsiut with
Dirino the late civil war some
children were talking of their fathers
and brothers who had lieen captured
as prisoners of war. Many tales of
fort and camps were, the speakers ev
idently priding themselves very much
on the sufferings of their relatives,
when a little fellow who had been si-
(nt now spoke 'up- 'That's nuthin
s:.i .i.v nrit ;,. nr;.u,
k mni rt A ll I M f riarii lm 4 wa- aa
i . . i
Printer's Litasv. From the
w ant of gold, from wives that scold.
from maidens old, by sharpers. Void
From Foppish sneers, mock auc
tioneers, and woman's tears Deliv
TYnm su.tr- rrtnte Ttrntntitnil nnfrQ
. - . - it . '
KSTABLIHIIKI) IN IKM.
'llE I, AFiOKST AM) HUNT .STOTK OF
H'ttt nf the Mounlmint,
Of iiurown Mannrnrf un. mill he f.unl t the
mammoth establishment oi
V. G. HAMMER .f SOXS,
Thnwrt nl iwirt iv'UTr'' nlvlx of Vine ami
Milium Kumlturr. in lancrrtarlHrthanaiiyntluT
hauw. at Trry rmMMiNlilr prltvii. IVrMiti. lumtfti.
Inn Ihhiwi w.hi Id ilu wrll lu srilv furuur urwrin-u-
liir. or mam in rutrimrxn. i" r.ttiiiiiiv r.iH i: a
Tliiit to onr witirnmiu". Iicn'l luri't tlir j.Iaw.
. 4A-r0Sntilh A v., IMttttbursU. I'u. '
Werbullrncr I lie aurkl in iirki" i-r liir urn '
qualiljr H BtirtiMl anl wn-knuiDliiuf arji'.. I
n7-Sm Ct'T THIS Ot'T. !
Ei.ni.tJiT Pcfi ii:a. wll lnnil-h-1 anf c-r-potcl
t);r"iulnic. 'j ii'-rritli nuiim ii s'miIv.
TWhNTY -THKKK TlUt n I liS.
Sfrrn tirpailmrntt. Spvl.,l rj-htn -I.nr in
Muiii hr twh l iheirii:inii'ii:tl l:r:,ii'L-ii. Nn
tl.'e leiirltent , f'r.Mh-li mii I (l.'niuu. l luruv l.!9
tt.UUlo.tut,i;. ytt tlTUI S.-lI'l'liitoT
liHll. S' li l ( tlir I'l-i'ii leut. I(e. I '. I'. 1
1 1. i , l'Ulr uili. 1 i.. i..r 'lul.. i.L'.
anir. T Dm.
n .s ..m.-nii't ndiuly.
Thlf r nut i.f I h In-nt holi-N in
1 lie tnhl.i. will ulaiiys I u'llt-. a l'lt lli-
.mini, inc indiat-i a:i T.i... aii:i u.i: ii.ir wi int
la Hi ll'iunr. lijiHtiv ilil!ia(ui-ia I. au7 3
( 1ASSKIjMA .
Ar- now i.n-imrt-.l tuilo ull Win. Ik ..( ,l,uiln-,' un l
, . .
TT I ifjljTiTTSTlT-
J-J WwXVX J.N
SaVSII AND DOORS,
WMow an3 Doer Frames,
tlr anything used In liuil.lih(.
parvd to aaw
Wa ara alao iru- i
FRAME-TIM DEIl, 1J0ARDS,,
And any thing In that Hue uf buslneMi.
All kinds of work done to order. J
trrdera immptly tilled. ,
CaMchnaa, Someraet eoM Pa., July 17, ISTi j
IN THE WORLD!
TIIK AMERICAN SUBMERGED ;
Ikiu!U-AcUa, Niui-Frcriinir '
The Slmnlept, Mwt Pjwi-rfnl, KflVciive, lnra-;
bte, Hfliahle m. ( lirnH.-t rump In mm;
It U mado nl nf Irn. inl or s fi'W Hmlo prtn. :
It will not freeze as nu waur rownlii lu T.:c
tlm when Dot In action. j
It has nr lftthT or (rmn packing, the njrkrr 1
nJ vulvvtf arv all of iron.
It urMoin, if ever, geis out of ortlr-r.
It will furee water Itoia 40 to 60 feet In tUe air, by 1
attwhin ft few If t of li itk.'.
ft I iroo-l ftr WMhiiii? ISorlffl, Wimlown. wstfr
kifC UarJeiM, vc.
It furulfhc th nurt an !r'l.h -t wa,t, tMi.nute
is plM-vd ia the LotWiu ot the well.
TKKya: 7; lo h runip. itl.S; Mje, 6o. y j
I " 18; t
Iarrer rsize' In pMjrOTtlon.
WKYAX1) ii I'LATT, '
Sl Apnti f-r SotnertKrt County.
aomentei, j'tt., tony lt,
EYIX(S, COX V E Y A X -
COLLEt.TIXO f. I
j is. it. ;aitiii:k.
DALE CITY, : : : MEVKKS' DALE I
All Imsineas enirustel to hU cure w
lv attea.le.i t.i. The Aii.tm-v ha- the
Hale of all kinds of ri al UU takes! on moderate
T AXDSAXIi;UILI)IX(. LOTS.
liuiMing Us in the
Borough of Somerset,
Eligibly sitiuteil, an.1
TPnirmi'tirr Ufinnnnl nnrl TKrolviTi Tnniiiii
f 01111111 llliUUlOl tlllli lUflUCl UOUUOi
In rarious siK.-tl.-n ol S.iruewt county, for sale .
OX ACCOMMODATING T Ell MS. j
A ixirtlun of the Limls are j
Otliers are Uiiiinprore.1; j
Are fouu.l on nmie of them, of fair oaallty ami
quantity. For term, . call on or ait'lrewi
II. WKYANII. f
Anxnt3?, Tl-tf. Sonicrm-t, Pa. ,
QKOL'SK & SIIIIIES,
Mttnuftu-tiirrrsof all jrr.ulcs of
IlEIlFORIi, PA. !
Attr-ntiun parlleiilarlv fiskc I of Jnlit..rs. i
s-.)r.U it solii-lied l,v K 11. Mar-hall, driijrulst, '(
Somerset, Pa. iny. 8. j
BO 1 VARD7 ROSE & CO., !
Stair Rods, &c, &c.
A Full tun! Carefully Selii-titf Stn.!
BO YAW), ROSE & CO.,
21 FIFTH AVEXCK.
Lw B"" .rA'te?poralsl tj 1st of teislatJit
JJAXKIXO HOUSE OF
James T. Brady & Co.,
earner of Fonrtl ATenuc nl Wood Street,
WE BUY AND SELL
GOLD, SIL VER & COUPONS
On Liberal Term.
W E ALLOW
Six per Out. Interest ou Deposits.
AtXDl'XTS OF JIEKCHANTS AND
James T. Brady & Co.
TA M C A STLK Si MOO II K'S !
SOLD IiY ALL GBOUERS.
R Ra R
RADVAY'S READY "RELIEF
CIBEM THE WORST PAINS
In from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
after reading thH .ivcrtlwmnit m l anf eaa
nforKR WITH 1'AIN.
RAnWifS BKAI'X PKLIKP IS A, CCUE FOU
It vaa Uie Una and In
Tl Only 1 I n ticmedsr
tKit Insuntlf Btia tna moH excmclailnc pilrf, allan
lltttsrunjUlotia, aiid curca Coarwtlort wWatr of tbts
Luatt, Klmach. UowelJ, ar nUici g,Uuul ot aceau, bjr
IN IliOil 01TK TO TWESTT MINUTES.
nn mutter hpir ioknt or i'rudatin ilia iam lh
WIKCMATIO, Rt-d rkldra, InBrtii, Crlpplwl, lrvou.
I.aural(i, at pruauaud Willi ilwaa may aullitr,
RADWAY'8 READY RELIEF
WILL AFFOHn INSTANT KAbE.
TSTLAMMATION OF TIIK KIDNRTS.
INFLAMMATION IF THE BLADDER.
ISrLAililAaoN OK TIIK MOWF.LS.
ritNOKSTIO.f OK TBI? LTTtCB.
HTSTEnics. cnour. meMrHKmA..
cold rim.u. aouk chill;.
Tliaappimtlunortba Hrady Krllcr Inthrpartor
f aru arttere ilia pala M Uii&Cluty ajurta a'lil atfolil aaaa
aufl aimfort. ....
TwmtT drnna In lialf a ItimWw of wHr will In a fW
m.iit!i mra OKA M l"S. t-PASMS. SK'ls It S TOM ACII.
flKAKTBimX, 8ICK IIKADACIIIC, PI Altl.HK A,
KT.SENTF.lir. COl.il). WIND IS TIIK BOWILS.
aiut all INTERNAL FAINS.
Trsrakni ahonld alwaya carrr a bottia nf JlaJnav
Kraif Krllrf witta them. A tew dio lu !( I I
tieVL-oi aickneia or paina from rhmaa of wafer. U la
e ter Una Franca Brand? or BlturaaaaitliuuULt.
' PETER AND AGUE.
rrxm anu auL'E cured for mtrcenta. Tkmli
rot a reiuedial aeent lo thu world inai wiu cure rever
AKne.andall other Malarlaaa. lllllooa, Seartrt. Tr-
! ihohl, Vellow, aad other Feeera (aided be RAOWAV S
-.) ao qgifk aa UAIWAYi KEADX HUAO.V.
r.l remedial aiit la tliia world thai w id cure Fever
; fr'iuy ccata pr auUJa.
ly ccaia per auiua. c-jiu uj uruukm,
WW TH !"RFHIITY ! !
; ettjono and rrRE r.icri plood inctiea
OK Pl.FXIl ANI tVEIOMT-CI.KAB 8KIS
DR. RAID WAY'S
SARSAPARI LLl AN RESOLVENT
VH MA OR TUB MOST ATVlSH!XO Ct'RFS :
!.! uricK. f liAI'IK AKK. TIIK CIIANUt!.
TIIE ItoliV 1 SIFKOoKs. CNDKIt TIIK IN
FLUENCE oy 111:3 1 KL'LY WOSHUJFLL
Every Day an Increase In Flosri
and Weight Is Seen and Felt.
t::e creat blood purifier.
T:verr rlrnp of lli H.tl'S.tl'AKII.LlAN RESOl.f
lNT raiiiiui.i.ate9 (tiritli tfaa lilood, Hweat. Imw.
aud other ni.la aiid Juk ,rthe lestem tlia lorof life.
r.r It repair Ir.e aui.ua f.r u.e wmit wnn Dew ann wu: i
lnuteriul. rM-r-iiln. hvj.iilliii, 1 'onumt.tlon. Oinatlnl-.r I
liMW-M-. Clreraiii the TiMKit, Mi'Utli, 1 uniors. Ne!c l i I
t ie (Hand aid other e-irt i f the avrtem, hre Eve. ;
htniniou Iecltari;Hi Iioih the Kara, and lite wor ;
tiHil of SUu l..v:w-i, Kni;tlor, Feeer 8"re, Hcil.1 j
lleail. Kin W'.irw, hill Kheuiu. Eryeipelaa, Arae, Kbirk
Sp-Ji. tVorma in the He!.!., iutiiora, Caneera In tl:e t
' Wiini'tk and all w-e:diehir :ud painfill dliKliarrea, Niaht
' 4l.au.l all warfi-aoT the fife brinci-
i.le. sni wltnia Uiac-irat.ve raneof UU wumler of Al.t-
t-ri TnrtnllrT. a n-w ir. in pnnr w uj
jetfrn-xi uhz It fT eiihf f lUatr fo;BaS U tlut-w K
LOtCtlt fHlWfr t curti tlK Ml,
If Hie parirnt, dntiy iH-c.ttr.ii-ff i!'icH by th war
Htl iirCfniruioh tii::t I" n-iillrmiliy yu frin?, buc
cvvil In arrrTrtini; iht- usriin. :uiJ rrpalra tl.c Km.r ii a
t.-Mr ii iVt-ri.il nt.-um frmt ,.iltl:r i-liftX Mid U.U U.m
L A UKAt'AKILL.) AN m ill mkI iiieeritirp.
N-.t inilrdtiL-a ilia 8.KAii rAhii.LiAJ f;EiT.TZ?rr -l
a't mown irnitHlkU iurr'ita In ilivcurt- of rl.rfttue, Scr.i' -
i-, niistUittiuiiAa, iua4 ."kin uunuet ; but ll la tUe u
j. -iiive C-ire f'r
.vWlncy & Bludilcr Complaint,
''.Titrr. it-l TTnib dljM, (Ji-BTPl, IHafeftpii, I rT' .;.
- 4 ir f W'tr, lMC"titltt.H u rie, JirVlit'k
.. AlMtimiiiunn, titi in H lirif i litre uiv brk-
. nt ..iiai)H. r the w;ilrf K thk. cl"lv, fi.ixrl lilj
- ;'-t.iirtvj li the wa.it; f ;-. ti.rraua llk wiu-
. . :r V.tvr- i.J a it.-iH-l U il .it. at.-nr.rirf, ui I
. iatlf-t!llt lla-IMf.trV llt l II tTV lit as prU It 11. tf.
- -.rf i.,.;! .),:! tit U ltl'f. fclnl J-tU tti
XV O T-1 TASa-The tilr li:..a sr-l f..e Rcat-tiy
Hitriy Wa.. July IS. IS). j
Ti U liat-WaT I twl (la-li Tw.-f il tit r.atrla Wft
I. !, All iH l'rtnrw ai4 " lStr krt t-t It." I tri. J i
,.rtT ttlin lUat WW aVfasnNHvist j ttl rfllir sa-ljaJ W)t. I ?
'taf Har..vttit,t.1 t.mt I wfttld try it ; bat tMal Bt fit.
.- tta.U I kavi flerrW l tW' J'lfl. I tMrk arfji aswtl Ual .
-I li-- K.Uaat, ! o:m ka l t m-tft !' lit, r4 ! Ul
il. '4 r-tnr Klv 1 ; tnej tW t si mi f inttvif to b I
tT Irit, aVaal a IWI UtUr, rtr. la. si ustrv lhaa I h i
f.r!waiv rin, The vtfi I'imoe hi tlt rft iulf lh
la fla. VarT th C" W J Km Lava. itCBaltl W j
ct..-fa, iu:a--.vla II a jvi iao.
IIAKSAII T. ItS.'lT.
FEBFECT FUR3AT1YE FILLS,
p rf-rt.jr t-.-.-lr.t, f "jniitlV' et-f1 ilTi (trrt fntn,
i-rv, ri'wtil:!, (.nrifV, n, An ir.n'rthi. 14
wh IMi. U li. ure of i i-M,rii'i f tdj Mr.ii.at.ii.
lv"f, It.wt-inw Kulriem, lll:i.l.'r. t, vub Iijupjiiv-r,
.l.l')lC f'.alastl-JatHiU, JtlMl In.l VtXU'tK
Hi, r U"U-II-(M. lilMIH a-sa-r, 1 i ifiintUlatl Un f
.. i v. .-i-. iU--,mi1 nit lf-niy-n-'nJ flfi- lMrti?il Vi
W:trr4t;lti u cHtrct aiMi:rt cur'. Knn(y V.-riiii-l
i . -i'" i'liniT u riiercur.-, tuii.'Tal, 'f ' '!( r it
J iT PS tvr? th folriiwlM' m n.j IihiH naltin)t frtm
... m-I-; of Uie lift:v ihuns:
A -ialnv 4 lh rHnifw.. , li"rtiint, IikuI Vm4,
; if.s r Writf'ut lu IU Sanii..h. S.ir Ivii.lMU.rW. r .R.ii.tf
t : -f.!i- tttat Mt tf Id- M .n.wli. fwiti.n.li.f . f liw
I it-rtat aiwl I :.-mil HrtHug. I iMlctie th HmVX, Ctsrhtitc
" -..i lm( av.lMirit Waeta !.: 1 1 It t'lU. I ' tl if
r.. r W-Am (feftf tl I, ! pi . tml ftua La
ia- IklMatf uf I rf rmX.' U, 1 r ll ul e .".ir
T I".' f. t1!! lh ";tt, tl l'.li. Hasai 1'Ma.l.B Hwhft ,t
t. tdrniti? it. lf rl-.
r r j r. ah wat'? r:ii;:'f'"fv n- 4-
' !' al'Vv fri i1 I' "-IT5. I "Tift, 25 Cti.'.
AM It'A't:." Fi-n.1 "ne V V.
WW :.. X". 1st l!ile I-vie. :Vi.
WU IbOUSUlMlS W1U ImI .. ill '4.U
i A It
Tl FIL'IA L TKKT1I!!
JT. V. l'UTZY.
den rr i s t ,
DALE CITY, Svmc-,,1 CV., 7'.i.,
I Arlifiri-il Tee-th. w.-imiiite l to bo of the very 1
nnnlllv I Jfe.likf. Hmt- lli.titlfciti. lnertil in tlie '
! tieststvie. I'artn-rjhir attention rahl lo the .n-- !
Ifrvotii.u of the lutnral teeth. Tliore wirhinit to 1
I consult me by letter, ran .1" ao by t-n-liiiitf stump.
AJilre?s sri alK Vo. ' J l'J-Ti j
I PHYSICIAN d-
OAKKETT, SOMEESET CO., PA.
Earnest, Dclp & Camp,
SAWEIl AMI SII AV EI) SIILMILES,
AX I. I I. AS l r.K 1XO L.A I 11.
"Cut to aliUI',' at alu-ri ant Ice.
Orders from luii'ilwr .lealcra urommlv tilled at
1 wholis.il! prices.
auir tf "i If
B' ' '
Colt tit Ninth a:.d Ciikkt.mt Srimm.
r 11 I I- A l) K L V 11 I A
II. W HAXAO A,
Kil. 1171 Proprietor.
Persons w:in!intr r.rst-c'aw Fruit Trees, Vines
and Plant should call on
H A 1 X K PS VI LLK,
Somerset County, Pa.
You ran purchase of him at lower mtca than of 1
any other party. Feb. a-'7i )
Depositor? secured by Real Estate
iu veslments exclusively.
Six Per Cent. Interest
.Paid to depositors on tho couipountUnx
Mf.lttenltnn it dlrvrtod to th llbrrn! pn
tUiunm far iri.hifratt snnxeif tUiptltcA.
Ilrttn bduMw rmnll umnuutr, V1TJIOV1
XOTICJi JTJlOlt IIIK t'jilU-OSITOB.
Atl roittmUHirullnut m sVI rereiie prmjM
JAMES T. BRADY,
No I'araon can take tbraa Blttera acrotd
' nz to directiutia, ttnd remain InnK unwell, provided
i tlirir bonea .-ire not destroved by mineral poiaoa nr other
means, and Ui nlal ergaua waaud beyoad tlia poiiit
Iyapepala or Iniligratlon. Ffenlicli. Ciin
in the Slioulden. C.hicIis. 1 urlnneaa of ilia Cheit. Iu
I Hue". S'mr EriK titioiia of the Stomach. Lad I iMe I
' in the Mouth, liilioaa Attacks, Palpitation ot ilia
' lleait. Inflammation ot tlia Lunea, Pain in the rexiuna
: ot the Kidneys, and a hundred oilier painful symptom.
' are the offsprings of Dyspepsia, la these compla.uts
I it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a teller guar
antee of its merits than a lenxthy advertisement.
I For Female Complatmte, in younn or old.
i married or single, at the dawn of sromauliood, or the
I turn of life, these Tonic Bitten display ao decided an
; influence that a nuikcil improvement is soon percep-
! "bl- .
I For Inflammatory and Chronic Rhen
; matlam and tiout, liilioua. Remittent and Inter,
j nuttent Fevers, Dise.ises of tlia lilood. Liver. Kidneys
and IS Ladder, these Itinera have no equal, such Iis
! eases are caused by Vitiated lilood, whuh ia xeneiaily
I produced by derangement of the lucrative Orjtans. 1
They rtre a Ueatle PaurratlTe aa well aa
a Tonic, possessin); also the peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful aRent in relieving Comsestioo' or Inrl.im
manon of the Liver aud Viaccial Ureaos.aod in Uilious
. lll.eases. '
I For Kkln Dlaeaaea, F.nutiona, Tetter. Silt
Rheum, lllntclies, Sixils, Pimples, Pustules, Iloils, t ar-
buncles, Rinr.-wnrma, Scald-Head, Sore fcyes, try-
I iaa. Itch, Scurts,lJisco;orationsaf the Skin, Humors
i and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dui up and carried out of the system '"... . ,,.,.. ,
ahort time by the use of these Bitters lvLII I I'.ii,,
sraterui -jnoneanae proclaim . ixn.R.
Tias the most wonderful Inrigorant that ever sustamcd
the sinking svstem.
J WALKER, PropV. K.H. JfcT0?f ALD . C O.,
DruKitists and Gen. Alts., San Francisco, t.'aJ..
and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., New Vork.
SOLD EY ALL DRUGGISTS AND I.EALEKS.
Usui t.'.e miner of Uti
Thi In-tmmr-r.t I? cpecuil? dosluud fur Hit j
fx-rlVct a;mlicatiua of j
CR GACE'3 CATARRH RCfbtCDY :
It I the m.lr fnrm f Im-trnmpnt rt Invrntt ! j
w iih w Iik'Ii fiuul iiicdtciiie ran berrurt led kij ? ; f
j. ttl prrfu-tiy atfdud to all fnruof th atlcf tcu i r- ,
.1 iv'n-.'r, r.iid the thanilvrn or rnvitic ctr. .
riTinicatiiiir therewith, in which mre ami nlri r j
l.vq:icnlljf rxi-t, and from ht li the catarrhal AS-
i :ire riucrally prociotU. The want of t nccv? :
In irciftM" i4'eir-l iif.rrafnfnr. hum mrhmrii lurt-'v f
f,m lh. im.uih'.r-lir rr annlvin nmmli.. li.
e,.i,...i anrl eh.l-ra 'hn r.f the. nrrli.
-t i'lrt-s citn-s is entirely overcome by the invention j
af the I)(i;trli . Iti uninirfhi Instnimeut, the Fluid '
4 earned bv 1U nan a eight, (ao anurJmtj. tercing cr i
pumpina teir.f rauirsd.i tip one Boetril tu a full I
'rittlv in)i iu atrram Inthe llI"het portiiiu of the ,
nt-iil pv'-Tii. "tfi-a Ititonn.I thonntrilyctenn
c j'i the th!- anil rhamheraer rnct-tetl tiicrcwri:!i. 1
- i ! fl jasnutol lite opposite nostril. Itsu-c is plea-
i ,r, "i't so M ")'.o that n l.:Ii! ran nm'.errtir:il ,
. r'nll rind oiplltlt direction ac- 1
r n-i.inv oarli liistrunicnt. Win n nw-d sv ith lliia
i . ! j-n-iit. iJr. s-e'a f'atarrli Iame!v run re- j
:,: nua. li-i or C'olil tu to Il'cati" ty '
a -iv n.ijiiK-ationa.
aj iiililaiiiiol Cttfarrb. Frcqnect hi-ail- j
fie'.:!. li.-iiart' Dtiltn? into throat, r-fatnetinu-B pro- j
fn-". watt'rr. t'.iiik ninrua. punil. nt.i.ffi-neive. &e. '
iii otb-'rsadri-ner. dnr, vatery. wrak or innanierl '
T. Ptiliiinzui. urvusiiuiiiuiiwi capiu eeui;F,
- 1 rillilinx lli ut-ziiuvi.. i..n.ui bi.u .uu'-mu
I r!r tli-jat, ttlccrationa, n ans from nicer",
voir - a;;e'l. ml twanc, cCereive breath. 1m- !
p-.irt.l at I '. jl ilj,-ivstiou of K-rje of fnieil anil ,
ta-te, a '.:i , la'nrai tlcprcsi-ioD. Jo?a cjI af-fx-.
t '?, l l i' -."tion. en!.ir-ptl tunr-ils. ticlilirs roimh.
' -. Onlv fjw of tbtwa ayinptomf ere likely to
iireevut in any raa at one time.
Zir. Sigr's atarrli KemrJy, when
4 villi llr. I'iorrc'a naanl lloatar,
ik.il uoui nr,
I &cc iintjiici witu tne con
. -it w'.iitn i r"Cmmenled In tlie pamphltt
; it tj;m ei7!t bottli? of the Uerct'ily, ia a per.
-t s:i--i:lc f-rr thia loatlwme di'dme. anrt tl.
, n-i.-t.ir o.r.-n'. in good faith. $oM revrar.l
I .. arise l.o can not euro. Tho Iiemetiy in nni:
-I i lpK-a-a:it to iisf.riintairin? no stroiiijorcsi'.t;
i it or pmoti. 1 h'Catarrh I.'mtirlv i. er.M t
',) r.-oii, l.nrhe at til rents, bv all Pmr
jt iai. .r i-:.li.-r vi ill 1-e ma.'erl l.v pr.-pr'-tnr . u
rere'.pt f ' ' i'' I. V. PIFiZCl', .H. D.,
itoll- I' n- -' r. M Fl AI.O. N. Y.
J7COX0MY IS WEALTH
TKY ONE OF
a , f v x t
Iinpruved Patent Svlf-He.it iny
Vhu-li i.-. fit1.tl1econ1in5auBlvera-.il lurorlte tlitvuli.
out the country.
Tliia Iron contritiutes its full rhare tovranl.s econ.
f.tuy ia.lotovstic lite, anil la well worth the atten.
tlon of every hini:K-keeH.-r. It is hcuteil "imply liy 1
a lire inside, like an ordinary stove. They arc of j
ilillerent aiaca. wcinhinir fr.uil fire to eitilit poumls. I
It s.tvea ouc'tliird the time an ironinir ia done with
nitti-li leM fatigue no danger of etnitttiuir the 1
clot lni, anJ when irn:ie thi-v have a niu. li lietter
It lends to the ironcr a crc.it decree of comfort. I
siuee. I'V the nsc of It. hot rooms are avoid.-.!, and .
tiie !crsifi is not sulijccte.1 to the almoet inutfer. I
i Ide heat of a atoTe or hirna-e in warm weather.
j A riuHirieiit jiroor of the satislactiun which It
I (rives, and the lavor with which it Is received, is the
. .InMil. l.ar" suit Slfll I.MwM.in.r il.ni.nil l,,e it
.,,.1 a.',u-i. rriia how last it Is coniiuir Into zvuerul
, u.llir.milu.ut the country
i oniv are me virtues oi ine irn aiiiin-ciuieu
! at home, out the trne worth of it Is swvi.niiiiesoap-
Not onlv are the virtues of the lrn aiitircclated
parent ererhcre, that thousands of them are now
; iicinc sold to Tarious turcica countries. I
Such is the confidence of the manufacturers in
the excellence of this iron, that they sav it onlv I
, ncils at mil to prove itself valuahic to every house-
. kei-ier. and we warrant them to irive sati.ita.-Uon if
' the directions are fullT ol'Served.
4s"Ao rAaiifre of Iron it rriivirttl! OXEhemitj
I all that W m-ei-ssary !r a family, as It can be? kept i
cosiiuilly hot while iu use, nuu ouly tcpuiring i
- i Osj Cat's WA of Clurcsa! for j IrGntai.
! -I would not tie w ithout this iron for fiK if I eoiiM ;
not ircl another," Is tlic cxi lniitatii-n of those who ,
nse the litcle wcrnicr. '
I TKY IT! TRY IT:
efl'ull dimlioni rmlo-rd in tack iron. I
For sale l;y ;
F1SAXK II. SCFALU i
Au.tii't ii;h. li.7i NHucrset, Pa.
si. r. KKIM.
j. n. i..vtMt.n.
j ll A X S K II .
SALlSliUi:Y- ELK LICK", J'. .
! ' SoMKiiscr t'ot xTY, Pkss'a.
I'mfts l.li;;lit aikl sold, an I ei.l.-ecli .ns uia-le on
nil ports ol the country,
i Interest nllnwexi on time dcjvwi:.
! Sw-cinl nrrani;meits with tiu.-inli.iru. atvl others
! who bold moneys iu trust. J-in 17 I-
tl. II VltVEY a t'O.,
blTTKR COM VS.VO.V Jrir.Kri7J.VTS
rvftiivpi'PT r-i? i t ti fnit?
i 11 . . U L4 S I..VV I ., 1..VI, 1 l.l '111
Llix-nl rash ailvmnt-s uu
rrtunis iin.tnpiljr uia.lc.
ir. r scmiEUTz t- coj
W'huU'fale Munufiioturcr an.l DcftK-r In !
BOOTS & SHOES,
A"31 Fiflh Avtnut, Pack Burt,
W. E. BrHKI!-r) T. A. kaxxkrcii, . v. m'sxtx.t.
Manuf:iPtun.TS of IjiiIIi-s' Mlssr anil I'lilMrens
Svwe.1 SIkk-s; alias Agrnt for tliv snlo if Wat a
Ktt'ii Bunts. si-ptt-Ui
J M. 1IOLDKURAUM
Has U't aalc ti r ill season of IST'i,
KELLER Seed -Drill,
WITH OU WITHOUT
I Fertilizing Attacluncnt,
Most TERFECT and Durable Drill
Now In the Market.
It will be to the Interest of Fsrtnrra l rail ami
sra it at liis fnrai-liouso In S..rorsot, before ur
chnslun any other. au.7.
For Catok-saort. terms, ami rvfrrrwr, asl.lreea
KEV. JOSEPH WAI OH.
aut-n lm Hnlliilayatiurir, Pa,
r,(mh find Sliorg.
Knapn-trulle infunm It bo cltiMiianf Snr an.1
tho it-ll.- Ki-ner.il, lluit he li.n jiioi ri I ni.141
NEW SHOK STOKK,
-i . ..
In the New Building on Main Cross
ISPI.KMMD STOCK ! ;(mmS
Cnijihl hi IIik l-nlftneiiledat the p,wnt-h fzi-tf
iui-1 l ir-j-h rv .i mrnirh Hie (.-.'Hie wi.li vmf
lM,ij p-rlTh'i'K' lo iir liiir of hui-iuuaa.
AT Vl.KY LOW I'KICLS.
lie will a!antly mi b in.l an I Ir .r r
ed to inula to order oil ain.rt notice,
Men, Women anil Children,
j i:iTil,rieilif ..very line t f,r elaaawo..'. f mst.
j rinl anil w..rkn: iii-l,i,, ii-,u, lim sil:,i r 1., hr
! Lnaulwl IrmiI l.r.n,i. Tii.-Ia.il. n'aill r... tu.ni.1,
; , wM, em. m. n-
Kr.SK IX OF CALF,
: MOKUOCCO. Kip
ANU LASTIX.; MATKIilALS.'
AaJ i.-f the must fu?li.,tiaUe n
; Hit will Insure a 1X1 and HJve a.itlarae:i..o to i
I all who may nive him a rH.
j He ia aluo iri-airel to lanii-h slinemakrn Willi
a runi.l:te a-.riiui-iit of '
; Lasts and Shoe Findings i
I flf eviry kind, wlilcb trill bt-ia.lUttbt I. et ra.h i
jTAM klti.la of rei-alrlnir done on xJ.ort n..t.f. '
li iMipra l.y kei-pinif larie and K". atoek. by 1
eliini; at the lowest r,il,le priern. and br fair ,
, d-alinis an.l sj-i. t tti,..utWn to iHislmsa. to rrcrlv '
: a literal !.re of j.iiM!.- inr,,ii i're
j a,r. a, ;u-iL If.'T. 1IKKRITS. !
Grocery and Confectionery,
tA'. ....In. ... !-r J .i - . . , . , .
,' . -..i .i . ' ' """ Jl-oilt ol .JiU ftilniliU-
! V?.llm',' ,nr rorry )('
It.irti. t Hi.u-.i-. ami have in uie valin!
to tnj- atrvaiir line Hii-kof Uia1s. We scil all the
KH E, SYkLT'S,
ItKlEP AXUC.VXXEII FKCITS.
1 Cl AI. ill-
j SAL If
, in ,...,tc .....
I tTS- Tl BS, ke. :
I All k!n-!. Freni-h and ccimm. n
' CAN'I'I ES, XCTS. CRACKEIiS.
FAXCY CAKES. PEKFCAIEkY.
AM) TOILET AUTICLES.
COM P.S, LKCSHES, SI 1AP, kf. !
I Also nn aaaortment of Tnv, 4u-., t, r
j Davis' Cheap Grocery,
j OPPOSITE TUE BAUXET HOCSE.
' nov. Il ly.
HATS AND CAPS,
Leather and Shoe Findings.
Et. . Zimi!:rriaiiii
. Takes .t-aun' iu calling the uttintinn or the fit-
t Isena ol Si.mersr m n.l vll..i. ... r... , .1.. k
! haa r-treneil a store in his rr-i.len.w.o fni., .rm..r I
where there will alwaj s I kept ou hand a eui-
' Jdetc asanrtuirnt of
Boots and Shoe.
(if Eastern and home m.mnfiietnr"
well asaurted stock ol
a Lirjte and 1
HATS -A-lsTD CAPS,
An l a irrrat variety ef
Leather and Shoe l'ltuling
if all kimls.
There is also alta -hc l to the st.-rc
jCrSTOM-MADK HOOT & SHOE
With X. B. SNYDER as cutter aud fitter, which
alone is a satttciatit iruar.intee that all work made
' up in the shop will 11.4 00 1 v hi Ihe a ct of custom
ers but thai only thc hc: lu.il.-ri.il will be u,cd
' an.l the
: Will be employed. Th put. lie are rcsprctruHv
I iuviiist to cull aikl aauiine his stork.
; K-p.8. 71.
j "IOIl SALE AT
a-'-uO 1st Oi-l..licr. UTi. VIO 1st .Tanaarr. 1STJ. i-VX
1st April, 1MU, aud J a jri-ar t lii-n-altir. I
A Farm of 229 Acres
llavinst two N-w llnnm-a, XVw Bank Ham, nui
On-hanl an.1 Suitar t'ninp. wtll timlKrl an.l wrll
liuiHMse.1. within hall niile of Xi.rth Vi.rk t':ill-
r"usses.ii.ai 1st April.
OihI t.:iiK-r will 1 taken fi r th ftrt two iwt-
rtrasofahm for nittlnir thulier piren as sooa as
el.uoj is pai.1.
W. J. BAER.
Simorsvl. May , Tl
jnitx DincET. oobs D aoacit-rsi.
D1KKKT Si CO.,
! NO. 240 3rAIK STREET, "
I j o h x s t o vr x . r e x x a . :
I We avll Pnifts nrnrialaMe in alt narti afthe Vnl. i
j Inl Stat.-s ami fuiunlas. ami In FuraiKS cswintra i.
i Hny O..I.U Ouuiaiua aud OoTrnirui-ut Borla at
I hlithi'st market prii-es. Inn money on atmruvisl
;r-urlty. lirnfta ami t'harks on ethi-r banks rash-
e.i. ji.hm-t rvrritrsi onarposit pay utile on Ueruami
littered the rate of Six per eent. ;r
Annum jrnui o,i Time DcpoxiU.
ECTthin In tlia Banking Line reeelTet our
proiaut a neutioo.
Thankful to our frii'n.ls an.l eustomors for their
past patmnaire. we aullrit a eontlimntu-a of the
"Die, ami Invite otaera who nave bualaeM la oar
line to give us a trial, assuring all. that we shall at i
all times do all we eaa n giro entire atltartl.m. 7
FelT JtlHS P1HEUT a t'O. 1
! P. r. annirfi.
C. F. i: II 0 A Ii s (t
; mnpartliilljf anrw.ow. v H imj'.Ik tll
'i.ni their roriti i,...
it .4 .
' lla-f Nnin lateljr nccajltd !. VV. J
t V.'a?)iUi)r.t.ai l.'.d-L an.1 ara
frefh I'lj pile of rrlhin lu the
;.;im euv am vosvh Tl,
l-inr. OI,e ua . call. (nir ;
ltt.untlt:.-. V, e will eivlese,., t , 4
kji-I- j. II :Ue l,i m I r.iii.l. .,f
ftlFIKK, TK.t.Sr.Mk, (I. -,-
Mi. LASS KS, iliKLMi
A I. JELL1KH.
' Tl :s.
Kil KM II & COMMON'
C A D I i :
-YfT.s; ALL KISliS,
i 'HA L KI JiS,
ML IT ISteCCITi,
SUGAR J 1MB II
lMM anl Fauci ArliGles GeS v.3Xt
CKMKMC8B TT1E PLv t
IX ntSLM EXT OF THE LATE REM!
W.J. BAEK. ESU.
Nov. lj. Tl ly.
TtlK IllG II EST V.IKAI r PMU t
ALL KISDS OF COIXTBY fiuHi;
X. o. KRIV.
'. W. 13 AI1I.E.
; "V a. kkim st c
Sl'CCESSijliS TO STl'TZMAX A Kl
Is aoT i;
IWu lr.v.- to s.iy to its Patovn' iin.iil.i- I
tl ail! mujuo to au14.IT wliateser i"
t lr. tr line h- Vanner-. ItniMrr. H-.
rnti:r. i:rwi.smlti. Miner. Mil!
Iieruit-u and Maiiiiiaatun ra graiierallv.
ivip nuifivi- ivi. nri-t
" ' ' "t'KJ.M. .II HKAI
i Of the VMOt desiral le kinds. whi. h have at-
1 Tel. r.iii.-.! to iive eiilirM I I..n
; kci, i-n hand.
, Of the various jejlterns Tiest adapte'l t; t e
' of our Fanners, warranted to xive sait.:tfi-
1 he iarjte uunilier already in nse tlip-aa
i ami the adjuiuinir counties, and a Mta.:!.i .:i
, ii.-if diuiaud. are a suttli-ietit itnarir'.ie 1
I For Mining. Laimhcririr. Kailrvad i:i;
1 ol the lniKt upprrvoilttcn:s and i-f'.
ma le to order on short notice.
OK 1ST -VXD SAW Ml 1.1. IK'"
41 Wood :
! HAXOF.KsS, laiperters!
I JULLSPlXIiLES, SAW MAN I . - i
i . Th ortilcrs!;
f AXTI FRUTIOX KOLI.EC. , .
1KO.N KA1LIX(J, BALltlXIrS. BKi'
J window and Door-sit-
! , , .
j l'" ''
Kirwt, an.l the -rarli.T' t
anally k5pt j
: HOLLOW -W ARE,
I l.r all the Ultferwit ri..w a.l i th"'
r saz. iv i.
AXTIM ST PAKU'B Sf1'
In tbia enenty
We aell, at n:umfotura' j rU-
T,,v cr vnWFR.
THE SPKAtil E5IOWLU,
I . vntlt
: TIIE KISSELKUrtu J"
j I'UE BEST STEEL FLOWS-
! THe EEST noitf K aK!&
j , 1.,
Refer to 1.M .:
t MX .nmwuwiws a..., - .)i-
v hone to merit aeontlnuamof lff uI.'"i ol
libera Iv etenal tu this raaw
Our pricei wiU he fair ami our tena. drtt
jnn. 10, Tl.
tioll tl. 1
lie that b
It In a sty!
all who as
site tlia tv
ttce oi na
vieea to tl
Ortlea hi i
anlese on) I
ileo. 13, '
Til M rosace
Mar C :
Ara aaur 1
la abort, an
On! era pr
July 20 71
If one but t!
AH work dc;
styles, at Uie
, Scanerset. 5