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IsiuIJin'r ma'criai as was allowed to to employ a boy ami put an instru
l'ortiaiid nn J Chicago. A coinmittce 'nicnt in his hand with which he can
...f twtniv fitlzeas lias voted to re- do a man's work .
i'i m Jvrni(ir Was-liburnc to call aj The use of mean txils is a very
f' -vm-U t-fs-r-io-.i (tf the leprUatnre to ' costly practice, and thepe wli have
iHiUntrize the city of li.iston to issue : my doubts upon that point mny make
n sunieietit ".mount f pcvcn per cent, the experiment very easily, nul satis
bjiuls to aid the MiTerers in rebuild-' fy their own judgments. Use none
hi? the burnt iTstrM. j but the best and have the best of
Joseph IJurr, T Dorchester, and j work done and the lRst results will as
George Smith, ol Xcponsel, came to J purely fellow as the light follows the
this city Saturday evening to see the j sun. I'nion and American.
Cre. and have not beeu heard of ori . .
r-,en incc Saturday evening in the stltlng' '
vicinity f C'hanccy street. It is f ar-
i t ,n! tin v have been killed bv lall-i
en killed l lan -
hi- walls. X. E
i'lti. !:ri'!!i;in, is m:
r.nd f.-ar-s r.
, r IT.
illed inr Ills;
Tlie Ciiv Is in tlaiknes
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c.wiii" to the li'('!iiieetinjr of. main
tr.:s pipes from the burnt district. An
e.lit'riit military and. police guard is
on duty. All tears of the rekindling
cf the iiuU.v.s are at an end.
For Dip H.t.iH
LY H. II. 1 LK'K-
A threat ileal ha been said and
written on this subject, and many dif
ferent theories advanced, but actual
experience has demonstrated to. all
obsfrvmir aiunnans that there are
only two practical methods of win
tering bees uitb profit either to
hou-sp them in nn cijual temperature
or to give ani;)!e protection on the
summer st;ii;.i. To winter a colony
profitably the f'ilowiifg conditions
r.rc inJ;s;e:isabic: I'irst, hix to cigli
ouartsuf bees; Second, a fertile queen;
Third, -2 i.r Z) pounds of pealed holi
er in liio brood chamber, and easy ol
access in cold weather; Fourth,
enough bee bread to uourixh the
voting and maturing bees until a
Iri sh Mipply can be gathered in the
rorin?; fifth, e:K;ii!r'i emtiiv tombs
for the pwnrm
to cluster on in cold
All the colonies should now be ex
amined (if tut done before) and the
honey n:iJ bos bread equali.ed; some
Liny have too much and others not
(noti.iiii. This can only be aseertain-
1 liv n - i ii -.1 f vnininntion of each
While the combs are exam-
four pasage holes
; in'cc inch
made in each comb about
below the tp bar. This
pves the hec;
en the outside from
If bees r.re to
be wintered iii-doors
she room should be perfectly dark and
- arranged that outside atmospheric
ehitiiges will not alTeet its tempera
ture, if the temperature within
ranges fro in :)." to 40 degs., the Ijccs
. i!i be perfectly quiet and winter
well. T!:cv mitst have ventilation
i-.bow ami below, otherwise disas-
r suns ins
housed until cold
in. cud taken out in the sprit::
es soon as the weather opens.
Those that r.re to be wintered out
doors should be protected from sud
rliafr.'es ef the weather. Straw
i r s, r.ie other absorbing material
'fc:'d above the cosnbs and the en
iruoi c contracted. Xo upward ven
tilation, if tli. entrance is open be
iow. save that afforded bv ihe straw
caticst. most profitable, end
rria"iily thf most natural way of
wi::t'Tii!' bees is to cover the brood
eharober with a ease, leaving a space
of three or four inches U-twceu the
sides of the case hnd brood chamber.
These spaces are -packed with straw,
and straw p'a-ed above lbc combs to
abs orb the moi-lurc generated bv the
bees, and the entrance in front and
near the ton. I hare found bv re
peated experiments that in this way
bees winter safer and bi tter than by
any other method. My experience
and observations on this point eoncur
with the most prominent apiarians on
A knowledge of these facts and
the observance thereof would save
thousands of colonies annually and
: ot millions to the wealth of the na-
i": n. This is one of the advantages
of ;:i v movable comb bee house. It
-iva.- ample protection in all kinds of
. iher ami protects the 1m-cs from
.- '. : chaugesof temperature.
proved 1'itrn .Kncbiarry.
j! . year Lereafier iu thc history
k tL. ..grieulture of this country will
show t::i inereasctl attention given ti
f.irr.i machinery. lot only will this
be demanded by the advance in thc
pursuit ; l.at it will be i istlvely nec-e-s.Try
to enable the former to meet
the c::peu-es fur labor cud luanure.
Whi-n the soil of our Staie was
fre'i nni'i uiitranipid, a eultivaiion
bist d- ! enough to kill the wild
;: .;v, '.ii w:.' suflieiciit 10 ensure a good
:. The subsoil was parous and
!: se to a great depth; the virgin
;d 1 n paired rwiy to be tiek'cd
. j biugh v.-iih abundant crops, but
la.iny causes have since conspired to
rcr.tl.T t'eep culture a necessity; and
to eS'eel this, improved plows are
now . msde, and-ere long improved
power will in; e.i!!ed into requisition.
Oar farmers d n t kiM-p aetive capi
t.d e.i .ii-!,. Pr.,f. Cok, of Xcw Jer
sey, who has n.vciitly been among the
furmcrs of Ktirope. asserts that the
active capital of a fanner should equal
al.ie of h:s firm. Mr. James
C;'!i:jb !!, of Kuglaiid, has recently
ir.-.rd the relative cost of plowing by
t-u am arid idowing bv horse. In the
.ration ol l.tKXl acres tor Ins U-st
he stirred to the depth of three
eel et 0 cents per acre, and iu order
do til? he bought four tleain plows,
of thirty horse power each. For
these h- expended $:0,000, and they
pulverized four acres an hour to the
dt nlh of three feet. Tlie harrowing
v,-j:s done by sleam, and with this
preparation of the s il he relied with
so much ci-i'tainty upon making a good
yield, that he expended one hundred
thousand dollars for machinery to
work up his beets iulo sugar. He is
suid now to be feeding 2.."00 veal cat
tle and 12,000 sheep on thc refuse.
Of course we call this high farm
ing, and a long time must elapse be
fore we c-11 even imitate our English
cousins in these matters, but we may
advance in the right direction. Work
should not be rendered nugatory by
iis:ng inferior tools. An axe 'that,
with a given amount of force, will
enter only half as far as a good one,
eotts the farmer fifty cents every day
he uses it, to say nothing of the im
pcr'cet manner iu which thc work
may be done. The same may be said
of a hoc. The greatest losf of time
and of force, however, Is in ihe use of
a bad plow. A plow that will not
scour in the soil, will require a great
er amount of dynamic force to go
three inches in the soil, than a bright
one going six inches. The additional
three inche s of dirt will be a constant
xuantity, always on the mould-board,
in -rcasiiig the weight of the plow and
diminishing its effectiveness. Let our
farmers cud farmers' clubs discuss
these things rationally. Why employ
a man and furnish liim with an im
plement by thc use of which Le can
only do a boy's work. For the sake
of economy, ft vill be vastly better
J'lonc'iarJ'g HuHcr Jlfcnual rcc-
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. . , . r f 1 . . i "'"""--iiuii nn- uuiicv 01 Mill 10 a iiounu
K I f ? rS7luf batlw. 9 6ffit'k,"t f"r keeping;
,Pcd by his fnerids, '., ..,,.. ...
' ' u " in i lulling vi tuMuuins
, i- "i r t i
ii'i hut u nine niur' lasimious ainiiu
thoqualitv, prefer about one-half as
I much, and this is found puftieient, if
! thecasehie has been liroperlv rtmoveu.
Butter makers in the vicinity of
lunre towns should seek out regular
customers for their product, in which
case it mar be nutun in balls or any-
other form adapted to the demand.
"Philadelphia prints,"' which have
acquired a world-wide reputation, are
pound balls, with a pmall figure upon
the top. They arc usually enclosed
in a white liueu napkin, and packed
in a cedar, zinc-laced chest, with
apartments at each end for ice, to
keep it hard while being transported
For the great mass of butter mak
ers, the wooden tub, holding from 50
to 100 pounds, must ever lie the most
economical form of packajre. In the
vicinity of Xcw York city heavy re
turn pails of the best white oak, with
thick covers, having the owner's name
branded upon them, arc used and re
used year after year. In some parts
ol the west miserably poor oaken tubs
are employed, which affect the butter
verv injuriously. In other localities
ashen tubs arc favorites, while iu
northern Vermont the most approved
tubs arc spruce. - Spruce is unques
tionably the least liable of all timber
to affect the flavor of the butter inju
rious! v. while it is trencrallv believed
that for long keeping and much ex-
posure good wuite oak is prelerailo.
Stone and earthen jars ami crocks
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are sometimes used, but we uo not was in 1 14.) mat lie urougui oui ins
recommend them. Much depends on ! novelty, which proved 6o advantag
thc purity of the salt It must le)eous that some specimens are in e.x
perfectly white, completely dissolved ! istence up to the present time. The
in water to a clear liquid. The ofiiee j plan was a retangular box of cast-iron
of salt is, first to remove the butler-
milk from the pores of the butter; and
second, to render harmless what can-1
not be removed. Ihi. Grocer. '
IIorsE Work. There is not a girl
on cartn, wiiettier llic uaugiiier ot , to receive the edges of the upright
a prince or pauper, who, if made a',-,latpK. nnd also with a number"of
perfect mistress of all household du-
lies, and were thrown into a commu-: j,arl with a regulating valve for ad
nity wholly unknown, would uot rise mining air to the fire by an air flue
n.m one station to another, and j fronl beneath, when the shutter was
eventually become the mistress of In r 0Wn; one under the first upright
own mansion, while multitudes of j,atc in tho back for discharging the
young women placed in positions of air brought under the hearth from
case, elegance and affluence, but lie- j without into a narrow, rectangular
tng unfitted to Sill them, will as cer-:
tamly descend from one round of the
ladder to another, until at the close of
life, they are found where the really
competent started from. Mothers of
America, if you wish to rid your own !
and your children's hou: chohls of the
destroying locusts which iufect your ;
houses and cat up your substance, a ;
pride in educating j-our daughters take
be perfect mistresses of every home
dutv; then if vou leave them without
a dollar, be assured thev will
lack a warm garment, a oounteous
meal, or a cozy roof, nor fail of the
respect of any one who knows them.
Coffins ont n XMIon Th Inrhy or
HrnnkiiirH to be kmotlirreilup.
The name of Brunswick, which for
nearly one thousand years has played
so conspicuous a part in the history
of Europe is about to disappear from
the list of independent Ptates, and to
be incorporated with Prussia, which
has already swallowed up Nassau,
Hesse, Holstein and other states
whose ancient greatness and impor
tance have departed. What is now
known as the Duchy of Brunswick
was formerly a powerful state. Un
der Henry thc Lion it entered upon
thc terrible struggle which shook the
German empire to its foundations in
the time of Frederick the Second, and
which gave rise to the long and
bloody conflict between the Guelphs
and Ghilxdines. Its princes have all
borne a conspicuous part in the histo
ry of German. After the separa
tion of Brunswick-Luneburg from
Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel the former
of which in 1718, became an appen
dage to the British crown the latter
was ruled by dukes noted for their
military talents and their singular ec
centricities One of them was a fa
vorite general of Frederick thc Gr at,
and was many years afterwards sig
nally defeated by Napoleon at the
battle of Jena, where he lost his ar
mv, c.nd, after horrible sufferings his
life. His son was thc heroic le ader
of the German rising against Napo
leon in 10;), and fell gallantly, six
years afterwards at Quatrc Bras.
The next duke, Charles, was ig
uoniiniou!y driven from Lis principal
ity in 1800, and has since led a roving
life, being noted as a collector of cost
ly diamonds. His brother. William
I, the present duke, is a childless old
man, of misanthropic habits. He was
born on April 2.", 1S03, being the sec
ond son of Duke Frederick William
of Brunswick and thc Princess Maria
of Brvlen. On the flight of his broth
er, in IS'.iO, he undertook the govern
ment of the Duchy provisionally, and
finally ascended the ducal throne on
April 25, 1821. Duke William wish
ed to bequeath thc crown of Bruns
wick to the son of ex-King George of
Hanover, and, afterwards, to the
Duke of Saxe Coburg whose heir is
Prince Arthur of England, so that
Brunswick might remain in the hands
ofthcGuclph family. The Prussian
government, however, refused to
sanction this arrangement, and an
other was made by which thc duke
consented to abdicate in the course
of a few months, when Brunswick
will be incorporated with Prussia.
The Duchv of Brunswick, as at
present constituted, is situated in thc !
northwestern part of Germany, and
it formed the twelfth state of the Ger
manic confederation as it existed pre
vious to thc war of 1SCC, being re
quired to furnish a quota of 2,090
men to the federal army. At present
its army, on a war footing, consists
of 4,8o7 infantry and eavalry, 12
guns, and 502 artillerymen. The area
of the Duchy is 1,425 square miles,
and its population 304,401. The prin
cipal city and capital of the Duchy is
named Brunswick, and it is situated
thirty-Ovc miles southeast of Hano
ver. It has a population of 51,000,
and contains many objects of historic
The Boot and Suoe Trade. The
production of boots and shoes during
thc present year has Wen largely in
excess of that of any former vcar,
but as thc demand has been large
there has been no undue accumula
tion of goods. There has, however,
been a very close competition among
manufacturers, and the margins for
profit have been cut down to the low
est possible basis.
How nr Forefathers Warmd Thrm
elrem Moves la the last OaUnry.
The introduction of ttoves Is 60
new that it lias scarcely any litera
ture besides its advertisements. Xo
wherc in the language is there a hand
book showing plainly and clearly what
the nature of a stove is and what
facts in heating have been establish
ed, and the conflicts of patents and of
personal opinions at the present day
makes it as difficult to tell now, what
truth is, as it was two thousand years
ago. We do, however, clearly know
that there were no stoves in Greece
and Home. Cicero never knew the
delight of a coal fire, and though De
mosthenes was a mun accustomed to
pebbles as an article or ilict was, in
fact, the Great Original Stone-Eater
j,e w as unacquainted with the taste
of broiled beefsteak. There Gres were
furnaces, and the stove pipe, as well
as the chimney was unknown. In
deed, many people would be surpris
ed to learn how recently the latter has
introduced, lilt bard t oeur de
Lion and Rudolph of Hapsburg nev
er Saw one, and the houses which arc
still standing that were buili five hun
dred years ago have no arrangements
by which they could have beeu heat
ed. Fire was then made in the cen
ter of the room. Ky removing the
fuel to the side of the chamber, and
making a recess there, a better draft
and ventilation were secured, but heat
was lost. Much of it escaped into
the open air.
The introduction of stoves must
have rapidly followed that of chim
neys in Germany, Denmark and Swe
den. IJut in England they are little
used, and have uot there won a place
in the affections of the people. It
was in the United States, the land
where the summers aro as warm as
, those of Xaples and
the winters as
cold as those at St. Petersburg, that
this useful invention was to be im
proved and perfected. Xcccssity is
the mother of invention, and we
quickly experienced the truth of the
adare. Dr. Franklin describes in Lis
autobiography how his attention was
attracted to me matter, anu wnai ue
. did in the wav of improvements. It
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j plates, open in front except uear the
: top, with a sliding shutter by which
the whole might be closed entirely or
! in part, cither for safetv or increasing
; the draft ; the hearth projected in
, front, and was cast with double ledges
l10,.s. Of these one was in the front
U()v that was as lonjr as the width of
tjR. MVri and as high, excepting the
,avi, fr tilP hn)ke Due over its top ;
jt l,a,l also three near the extreme
04ge f,,r thc smoke after it had
passed over and descended behind the
a;r box to enter the flue leading into
tne i,afie f the chimney. The air box
at jts gij.-g wa3 furnished with holes
through which thc heated air was ad
mitted into the room, and a succes
sion of shelves one above another
vas provided in this box.rcacbing not
quite across, by which the circulation
of thc air was extended, and it was
longer exposed to thc heated surfaces
before passing out into the room. Thc
back plate of the stove, heated by thc
deccndiiig smoke flue, imparted heat
to tho ir between it and thc chimney,
the stove standing a little out from
thc wall. A register of fchcot-iron
was introduced in the descending flue,
which could be closed wholly or in
part, and check thc fire to any desired
extent Thus this invention embod
ied the principles of the modern air
tight stoves,, and thc directions Dr.
Franklin gave for using it are just as
applicable to these, though, by reason
of its ruder womanship, thc joints are
not air-tight, which the-inventer him
self remarked, and supposed could
not well bo otherwise. This stove
was ornamented in front by a repre
sentation of the sun, near which were
thc letters intended for its name, Alter
In 1771 Dr. Franklin, while acting
as thc agent of Pennsylvania and
some otherNorth American colonics in
England, designed a stove which
should consume its own smoke when
burning bituminous coal. It was a
vast shaped iron vessel for receiving
the fuel, set upon a horizontal grate,
and beneath this was a large box of
cast iron, furnished with partitions,
which caused the flame and smoke
drawn down the grate to circulate
around until they finally escaped into
thc chimney by a flue at thc bottom
on each side. With thc same object
of consuming thc smoke he also in
vented a basket or grate or cage with
movable bars at the top and bottom,
thc fuel being at the top and kindled.
The ea?o might then be turned over
upon pivots, which supported it by
Thc name of Count Runiford after
wards became celebrated for the inir
provenients which he introduced in
stoves, especially those designed for
culinary purposes. He gradually re
duced their dimensions and contrived
that most important feature in all
cooking staves, of arranging a num
ber of pots and boilers over the flues
proceeding fronva single fire, and thc
method of roasting meats in ovens of
sheet iron, without thc viands acquir
ing a disagreeable taste, a gentle cur
rent of air being allowed to circulate
through the ovens.
Dr. Franklin, among his other al
terations, lessened the size of the pipe
for leading away the smoke,. He had
made the discovery that too much
heat went up the chimney, but he
could not completely obviate the
difficulty ; nor, indeed, have his suc
cessors. Thc history of an art is a
history of continual experiments, and
it needs time to determine many
points. We arc applying ourselves
to their resolution, but we should
award all honors to the pioneers of
science who led the march of discov
cry. v c uo more because our op
portunities are greater.
Rissian Shepherds. In South
ern Russia a large amount of wool is
yearly raised. One sheep-owner has
ten thousand head of Merinos of the
finest kinds. In thc Crimea a Ger
man farmer owns and pastures half a
million sheep, and is therefore the
most extensive sheep-owner in the
world. Wool is there worth ten
cents a pound, and the profits of the
phcep-farmcr aro not over seventy
routs a head on the average of his
Puzzled The English courts are
puzzled. A hotel keeper at Mortlake
was indicted for using false half-pint
measures, and when the measures
were produced at the trial, it ap
peared that each of them bold about
an ounco more than the half pint
The question is what to do with the
Romantic .Htorj-A Draff Clerk, a
WMtw nd rorlane.
A Washington correspondent of
tho Boston Traveler writes: An
other of those interesting little ro
mances in real life has just come to
light hi Washington. The ban ton is
in ecstacics over it. A dapper-looking
apothecary's clerk has succeeded
in marrying a fortune of $2,000,000,
and now lie has gone West to spud
it Thc facts in the case, as related
to me this morning, arc as follows :
Six months ago a charming young
lady, dressed elegnntlv . and in thc
height of fashion, nnd representing
herself to be the relict of a late prom
inent New York oil speculator, ap
peared in Washington and toik up
her residence at thc Arlington Hotel.
While at the Arlington she one day
took occasioii to procure an assort
ment of perfumery, and, in quest of
that desirable acquisition' of thei
toilet, called at a drug store situated
opposite the Treasury Department.--
Behind thc showy counter waited an J
attractive clerk, a young gentleman or,
twenty-nine, who was no sooner seen
o" tic n"ii ii? SoTaio s i
oil speculator invited the elegant drug;
time of the Baltimore Convention,
when Mr. Irng Clerk received a
mysterious note from Xcw York. He
went to Baltimore, there met the
lady, was married, remained through
out the convention, and quietly re
turned to Washington, to resign his
clerkship nlid exist without visible
means of support.- The lady soon
followed him here, end again went to
the Arlington, where she resided
pome time, occas'onally receiving the
fortunate husband and loading him
with presents of diamonds, rings,
gold watches, Lc, winding up by
transferring to him a whole business
lot in San Franc'sco, with thc busi
ness thereon, a very valuable piece of
property, of which she herself holds
a compauion in New York. Next
they btarted for Philadelphia, where
tho lady took a sudden notion to go
West, the only notification the ex-drug
clerk's friends receiving of his intern
tion being a telegram couched in
these words:. "Shan't return. Can't
avoid it Am sroin? to San Francis-!
co." Yesterday a letter was received
from the Pacific Slope, containing the
information that the young man had
started a magnificent wholesale drug
store at the ("olden Gate. Thc im
mense wealth which had fallen to his
lot, together with the. extraordinary
manner of thc match making, and
the beauty and high standing of the
wife are thc nine day's wonder. Our
late drug clerk is, of course, a very
stylish young man, and a very lucky
youn"- an. He was formerly a vah
tain 111 1 rebel army, where it is re
ported he served with distinction, is
well connected here, and has a good,riiHE UEST Pl'.MP
reputation In society,
Maw roieln-f Froiu Wall Paper.
Probably nearly every person in
the community has, at some time or
other, been cautioned against using
wall paper of a dark greeu color ; but
thc following curious case shows that
some of the lighter tints of green con
tain a dangerous quantity of arsenic.
A physician iu western Massachu
setts recently had a lady patient who
for several weeks had been suffering
from nausea, general prostration, and
other symplous of slow poisoning.
Failing to diicoypr the cause of the
symptons, as a last resort thc doctor
requested her to move from her cham
ber, the walls of which were covered
with a paper of a very light shade of
green, so light, indeed, that in the
evening it could scarcely be distin
guished from white. After leaving
the room tho symptons immediately
disappeared, and the patient rapidly
recovered. A sample of thc paper
was forwarded for analysis to the
State chemist at Hartford (Mr. Jo
seph Hall, of thc high school), and
was found to contain a large quantity
of arsenic. Mr. Hall obtained the
poiscn in thc various forms of metal
lic yellow tcrsulphide, silver arsenitc
and arsenious add, or common white
arsenic. He estimates that every
squire foot of this innocent looking
paper contained an amount of poison
equivalent to five grains of arsenious
acid, or double the fatal dose for an
adult person. This, in thc moist
warm weather of last July and Au
gust, was amply sufficient to keep the
air of a room constantly impregna
ted with the poison, and any person
occupying sucn a room wouiu oe as
certainly poisoned as though thc ar
senic had been taken into the stom
A Mas. K rum ell was attacked by
a Russian blood-hound in a brewery
in uobofcrn, IS, J a few days ago,
and so badly bitten that she willprob.
ably die. Thc woman had gone be
hind the bar in the brewery, and the
hound which had been crouching in a
corner, sprang upon her before she
was aware of its presence. 1 he an-
jmal seized her by the left arm, near
the shoulder, and dragged her to the
floor. A desperate struggle ensued.
The woman screamed and endeavored
in vain to free herself from the deadly
fsngs of the brute. At last she sank
upon tne floor and became uncon-
scious,and was found in that condition.
ihe dog was still fastened to its vic
tim, and did not relax its hold until a
pailful of water had been thrown on
its head. The animal had taken a
mouthful of flesh out of the woman's
A Jersey paper tells a very inter
esting story of a little boy in that
State. Ho was climbing an apple
tree, and when upon the topmost limb
he slipped and fell to the ground. He
was picked up and carried to the
house in an insensible condition.
After watching by his bedside
through many weary hours, his
mother perceived signs of returning
consciousness. Leaning over him,
she asked if there was anything she
could do for him, now that he began
to feel better. Should she bathe his
forehead, or change his pillow, or fan
him? Was there anything he wan
ted? Opening his eyes languidly,
and looking at her, the little sufferer
said : "Yes ; I want a pair of pants
h ith a pocket behind." He got them.
A dreadful disaster has overtaken
Mra. Emma Oiler, of Garnet. She
was washing shirts on the "back
stoop" of her residence, when she re
ceived a letter from an unclo saying
that she was one of a few heirs to
three millions of dollars in Scotland.
She hasn't been able to wash any
Catharine Mulroy is in the Luzerne
county jail, charged with stealing sixty-nine
brass box-scats from the cars
of the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western Railroad Company. The
box-seats weigh five pounds each, and
cost thirty cents per pound. '
Jeff. Davis had one vote cast for
him in Dauphin county for President
with Horace Greeley for Tice Presi
IIE SOMERSET FIRE'
DLSTJtOYEP SIANV OF
Tlicownors theiwT h.uM !rm-m!T whon t'ley
purcl.aKO now wily tlil Ml )ll(J ANS
He his aluo rurj Hr$? at iriment of
STOr i.VG TABS,
In xlxirt. nny klikl
T WOOLKN CKMIPS that
mxy tie waiiiJ.
rloo low hikI nU tz-H Wit-rmnttHl t li & Je in
tlic b-M iu:tn:u r nu J U-4U fan Kk.
K.Tnnilne IiI'khIk U-fur? pon liaflup; your Wiii-
': ter Clothing.
WJl. S. MOIiQAX,
STASITO.I'S MiLLA, I' A.
(Place of buslnoaa 1 mile nt.) Siit. IS, 72
o TJ- ' j.q9
wUUii. CO J3ttli.La
FAMILY GROCERY,! m
! Flour and Feed
We would m:wt rv.")ec!liitly nnnounre t our
friin !j an 1 1 lie !uMk- rv"r.illy, in I lie U,u ami
vl .-inity ! S 'iiicr 1, tlut ws Have opmed uut la
utir New S:ure u
MA IX CROSS STREET,
An 1 Li a-liiliiou too fuil li:ie ut the Ixrt
(oiifectioHcrifs, Mot Sons,,
Tob:i('oxf t'igars, Ac,
We will rti'lravnr. at all times, to FKj.jily t ur ru
l m -rs will: t!:c
1J i: S T Q U A L 1 T Y O F
. OATS' SUELLEIt CORK,
oats ft- cony CHOI',
An.! everything rtaliiii)K to tlie Feed ' lX-jmrt I
iut:it, at Ibft
LOTOT POSSIBLE PRICES.
CASH 1 "ojYZY.
Alao, a well ;.-lerte:l slwk of
(jlsfjwitre; Stoneware. Woo.U-niare, rJiuubcs of
nl kiii'l, au-1
Wliich we will iK'll a cheap aa tlie cheapest.
riiae eall. examine ocr a, oils of all klii ii". or.0
b saiiiied fmui your own ju lament.
r a't forst where wo '-ay-
(KiMAIV CI! fr'S S!rec, S.raer, Ta.
Oct, 4 IS7i
m THE WORLD!
TIIE AMKIilCAX Sf UMEKOED
Th Simjilest, Most Powerful, EflVriire, Pura.
Me, Uell.lUu ami Cucuiivst l'uiup In use.
It U made all of Iron, and of a few aimids part.
It will not Frrezr. no water remains In the
pi when not In action.
It liim nc Ienthrr or iciim packing, aa the nicker
anu Tiiivca are all ol iron.
It seldom, if ever, (roti oat of order.
It will fore water from 10 to 60 foet Id the air, by
attacning a icw reel 01 n-iae.
It l itood for washing Unfiles, Windows, water
ing Uardena, tue.
It furnishes the parcst and eoldrat water, because
i) is placed in the bottom of the welL
Tkbms: V inch Inmp, 1S;
1 " "18;
pipe, W foot.
XVnfT sizes In ppiportion.
WEYAXD & IATT,
Sole Aironta for Houieracl Uounty.
Somerset, Pa., May 1st, 1872.
A. I, FRANCISCUS & CO,,
513 MARKET STREET,
Wc Lave opened for the FALL TRADE, the lar.
(test and best assorted Stuck of
Tabic, Stair and Floor Oil Cloths,
Window Shades and Paper, Carpet Chain,
Cotton Yarn, Batting, Wadding, Twines, Wicks,
Clocks, Looking Glasses, Fancy Baskets, Brooms,
Baskets, BoekcU, Brashes, Clothes Wringers,
Wooden and Willow Ware,
S Tn? r!ITM STATES.
C )ur lanre Increase in hoslneaa enables us to .-tl
at low prices, and furulth the best quality ol (Jowls.
SOLE AQENTS FOR THE
Celebrated American Washer.
The most Perfect and Successful Washer ever
AGENTS WANTED FOR TIIE AMERICAN
WASHER, In all parts of tho State.
Iron "World u:;d .Uuuufucturer.
The largest Metal
Prlre Current In the
Worlil Is the I raw
World and Man
latu uuolationa and
renins ol sales of
llnnlarc anil Me
la's In CittMiuTKh,
?cw York, Boslou,
cinnati. St. Lotlta.
Cleveland, Baltimore, IinhiTille, C'hleairn, etc.
Foreign nnHal niarketa re- orU-d. Acknowledged
standaid Joninat of the metal trade. All tlie slate
(ruilirjrlsu are contributors. Contains choice selec
tions from Ihe enKlnceiiuB, lnlnlre. and scientific
publication n' tola country and Knrnr. Cllves
quotations and shipment of con I at the prominent
coal centres. Contains able financial articles and
rcportsof railroad and mining stocks. Only 94.9)
per year. Mo hardware dealer can sffoid to do
without It. Every maehlnlut and metal worker
should take It. Every coal mining; company, rail
road official or stockholder will And It Invaluable.
Olves Illustrations of new machinery. Inventors
shoulil have it. Seut four weeks on trial for 3
retjla. postage paid. Address
. IKOX WORLD FrBLIMHIXCI
Iron Wtirtd Building, Pittsburgh, Pit.
SKXT 0!f TRIAL
three months ror
cents. The Ansr-i-lran
acopl la one ot
itis nnest puiiiica-
tions In the worid.
Contains IS pages, or
61 columns of read
to Interest, liMtmet,
interests of worklngmen. Fine lllnstrsttons In
each Issue. Numiiers 3R O0 suliarrtliers, and
law AM readers. Only M.3 j-r year, or on trial
lltrue. mouths for S.1 rmlft. Wilte your name,
town, county, and slate ulainly, enclose the money,
and aditrcF a '
ibox would rrBLisniKG co
Iron World Building, Pittsburgh, Pa.
,.An Agent wanted In every city, town, and
village In tlie Union to canvass for this valuable
monthly. offer the finest premiums, and also
(ray a cash commission to those woo prefer It,
All frnns of Veneres!, Prlvste and Nervous tHs.
eases, at the old established Ulrarii Molical Insti
tute, No. 173 Sccouil avenue, betwecu SlnilllUold
and Grant strrets, rittsimnrh. Pa,
Kyphilis, Oonvrrbea, Oleet, Stricture, OrehlUs,
Hernia, and all Urinary diseases aro cured in tho
shortest nossltile time that will Insure permanent
ri'llef. Spermatorrhea, or Seminal weakness or
Impotcnry, as the result of self abuse In youtn or
ewss in maturcr years, and whlfh pndnr some
nl the following t (feels, as emissions, liiutches, de
bility, dizziness, ncrvmim.'s. dimness of sight,
coukIi. Imliirestion, constipation, despondenry, eou.
fusion of ideas, aversion to s -loiy, loss of mimory
ami sexual power, and wbirh unlils the victim for
business or marriaire. sod ultimately eausiiir in
snnily and cotiauinption, are thorouirbly and jwr
msncntly cun-ij. Medl-ine supplied at the Insti
tute. A medical pamphlet relating to private dis
eases sent In sealed envelni for two stamps.
No matter how diiUi'iilt or lonit standinir your
ease may be, If cnrnlde, after a personal examina-
iiiiu, tney will iraukly tell yon. Kemenibertliey
have cured muiir eases irlven unbv other Dhral-
elans. ' "
Patients treated bv mall or esrrisa. l.ut whore
possible it is best to visit the oitv tir ncnsautl ej.n.
ultatlont or address
Girard Medical Institute,
No. 172 Second Avenue,
s PITTSBURGH, pa.
AUEXTS W1XTCD FOR
Prof. FOWLER'S GREAT WORK
On MANHOon, WOMANHOOI. and their
Mutual Interrelations: Love, its Laws, Power.fce.
Address NATIONALPli BL1SH1NO (X).,
R. R. R.
RAD W AY'S ' BE AD Y RELIEF
CtKES TUB WORST PAI.V3
In from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
fto readmit thin iuivrrtiOTfinit any ont
POFKEB WITH CAIN.
KADW.VT3 KEAOV KELIEK IS A CCKE FOB
It walh- flr and Ik
TJr Only lniii Ilemedy
that inatantly atop lh mart xcrtKtaliiiK palnf. altavi
1'iHitmmaUona, and curea Oon pntkHia, w)irtlir of tiitt
Luiim, stumadi, liowela, or fcUwr (inula ot ergaiu, bjr
IN VKoit OWK TO TWT5TT MINUTES,
r.a matter how Tlolrat or cirruciatinir th pun tl;t
KHECMATIO, Bi-d-riddcn, Inlirm, c'ripplnl, Ktnrouf,
Kcuralfic, at proaualed with duuua may autftr,
RADWAY'8 READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD IXSTAXT KAS.
ETFLAilJIATIO.N OF TF1E KIONEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF TFIE BLADDE3.
KfrLAMllATiON OF TUB DOWELS.
CONOESTIoN OF TI1R ItTSGS.
BOUB TI1K0AT, IUKFiel'l.T BKEATHINO.
PALHITATION OK TUii ilEAHT.
' ETSTERIC3, CKOL'l', III'HTIIEUIA.
COLD Cmt.LS, AGUE CHILLS.
I TIm application oflha Rrady Relief lothepartor
I parw where Ui pals it Uidlculty tuu wUI atfoid etaa
i and comfort.
Twenty drop in hair a trrmbw or walfr witi m a re v
nnnicnlcm CHAMPS, SPASMS. PuBB STOMACH,
HKAKTHCRN, SU.'K HEAHACI1K, BIAKIOIEA,
HYSKNTEItr, COLIO, WINO IU lUH lluHaXS,
atulall INTERNAL PAINS.
Ready Keiief with tliein. A few uropa iu aKr id
Trarelrra aiiouid alwara carry a oome or uaawiy i
i-rvvat Ncatma or palna from cnaos w wstct. 11 m
la lex than r'rauch Brautiy or DiUcraaaaalioui.t.
FETER AND AG IE.
FEVER AS1 AGUE cured for any cents. Ttisre Is
n'.l a remedial agtut la thla world that will eura Fever
ue. and all other MjlarlMia. Illlloua, scariri, i y
Yelluw ud other Keren (aided bvFAIlWAY'S)
,S) so quick as HAD WAITS HEADY KEX1KF.
ccaia per IrtJCue. Doia oy isrvggiMS.
HEALTH ! BEAUTY ! !
STTJONO AND rriJK Well P!.Oon-INCTtEAi:
OK KI.F.SM AM WKHillT-t'l.KAR hKIS AMI
liKAL'm UliCUMi'LKXlu.N bJCHlEDTOAi-L.
HAS MA OR THE MOST ASTONISHING CXRF3 :
f QriVK, UWIU ARK TH K C'HANiJi.S
'illR Bohr rNI'Ki:;::rs l'NlMt THE I-
rUTENrE K 'I I! IS TUCtV WOXDEUFl'I.
lIk.Di.Cl.Nl-; Til AX
Every Day an Increase In Flcsli
and Weight is Soon and Felt.
THE GREAT CLOOD PURIFIER.
Every drop nt fvlKSA I'ARILLlAN RE.SOI.V
E.NT cotiin.uniui!' throne!, tit Blood. Sweat, ITii,
and other Bui! uihI juicm r.r ti.e ywtem the vigor of iir
for It repaim the wuotts nf ihe body with new aid -(
Material, Scrofula, 1m (thit. 4'onwrnptlon. Gl-.ri'tu'sr
di-icaxe, I'lcer i the Tii't, Mtmth, Tun.urn, Nl- !,
t ie 0!unc nnd otiu-r tart vt itio ft-rntt-in, IS'-ns Kye.
mruuioiis hi-chirz fault ttie fcar. and the rt
. mm vt SUn dlrv-t-", dt-jitior.w. Fever tv-Hid
Heart, li'mg Worm, Sail iriifim. Kryt-lpelan, Acnr, l;in.
S-xrt. Worn. 3 in the Hw!i. Turn ori, Cuicers In rl.-s
Wotnb, mitd all w:,kei,na :.n-t -uinful disVi-hiirjr' , N;t
Hwvata, ! of S-mtui. a-nl ail w-Lsttm of the life pri.rt
j!e, -re within the c.-r-l.vc ra-.jre of till wonder of ilu.1
ern Chemistry. ml fe'-v ' e will prove to arr
penman uii 11 for either c( thcts fora of tlucuttc :tj
ji.teiit power to cure tl. r.;.
If the natlent, dully l,-orr..i-jE reduced ty tV.e wastr
ami ckconi,!.. ion (hut nii'iMi:tlly pnmabinr, xtc-c-h1
in awri-stiftjt titcMr v.it'A. nr-.i r-ntrs ihi auit.t .t i.
Tic mattrrlal nrulc from r;eilthy tiooti i;d UiX ILQ
KATlSAPAltlLLIAN M i.r.d noes venire,
.Wit only rtort H-a k-afauu liam Bms)Lvrtt
Unowii romt'dhil aMifn tit li:e titic of 4 'hnnne, (.'nl'..
-1-, 'oristltutioKiU, aiid tiua uiiujes j. tat it is Use nuly
:iivo cure fuf
- !i.-irT, W-r;h iil-cen, iimw' itiaiKii"", Urors-.-,
. r.'i'iirrof X titer, Iiucntii.'-tii's-f Ci ine. ItrlKht't 1?!
Alt tmifi'irut, utid In 1 a m v.l.cr- there rc Irh y
: j-.! d.;nd5, tlm water li tliieit, h',:.!y. itiixcd ;: j
.-1 utC'-t lie the white of mi .j, r tl.rea-I li ?
or thtrr," Ii thiji-M-I, !-r". fivuru:o m; t
ii'c ;f'i4-i:ii't d.',1'' wl .-!! re 1 piUVh.
!; ii; n-'iili'tll Vlif l -:il r, t:.i p:l)"i hi U.J
- i -1 ; Ilu 5 anabu t.K- L ';.. J'i:-, Ji-oj.
VORKIS. T1 r, r.!.u rrc K( curdy
C'urcc! hy EiitiV-aj H CZcsoSvt-nl.
Ilfvc.v. y.M., J!y W, 1SC9.
Tm. RiwwtT : I Kit? M triAii Ta;it'r ir twin rA
I vrpl. All If.s IWI.f " IS ? -! f - li- 1 IfW
iff !'.;:. U'-a Wtl lrti(ii-ri.t- 4 : 1 I I" U-i f ktlp"! I
r T-Mr Htlrn,aTs4 tioaji.t I -hM tr- ii; ts.it bavl n fe:t!
i.. ;M b-fM I h-4 tairW f ,r twt- )'-. I loR tix tH.I'.it
-f l'n lUtfAv.t, r 1 " l f HJvin. lilatsn4 two bt
i'M y.inr IUvIv ; viJ laiwro ut r. t m t jra of Inmsir to i
t- n r'sV-.l, tuti I fs-l iK'lttr, riartrr, 1 t.t ti: in I
t r li yrvm. Hut W-rfil lutr.ar - In kit simtf Ii
t otf th fT kn. I mt,. tnn Iu Uw tLt uc-t
tiwK. Vva roa ! .jiiib it if xtu cliw.
1 (lAVNAit p. kna: :
r?.FECT FuF:SATIVE FiLLC,
wrfictl7 trit'!ijw. eVran!!y exitd ir!l!t rrM f',Tn.
p-.rrfi', rf.hae, purifr, t tir., an iiUcnF'.h. n. Kail
vi,-' P:!m. ftr tin uft: cf all dis.n.i"c f the Mi-miM-h.
I.icr. Iwel Kidtifvn, Uhihier. Jirrvoii I)i.;ti,
!! utit'ri'.e, CouMiiJiUai;:!. l'(t:vr j. Irt'ii.-t kn,
J'. H- ti, TTtlwu-nr-f. l;iTlotM FtTC, ! flail. i;i-."km of
? i U- I'ii.ind l)t-rat'rniri'- ; f ! i..'f r :il Vi
r. r.i. U'rnuH.;d tu tilc-ct a (iMi.ifriirf. Ii.n ly V'ri ta
o .,rr;!i:ii iR nd meruit rr, n,iuf ra.t r ti'-U-UT'i'tis i'.rcifp.
JfT" O -fW-rv thl IIwlIl(( vmii:j!j fiUii.jt fjIU
.ri!-rof the l)lavtiva Oi.-i.s.
r '4it rwv-t P11-. Fn!lnr-3 rt PWr! !r tr-P Iel,
"If'-iiiC th Mtaia-h, Nws. I'rtarl! -m. ltrcut f t'wAi,
' ' )! 'tt raf Wtf''lt Itl thj Kl HfU:.l. K..rr Kj IV ion. .-'-; tsf
' altering At I'M Pit of t'i .'U.tTiarli. hitlum.U f ft 1h lK-it(
J ,rri.-4 n.,-t IiT,'il! ilr-al'-'i.r. r titft;i at Ou- Ilwrt, Ch. Lluf
r Siir.Htii4t SstiinkSi'av trbatn tn Lynx I'-i nit, V .r 'it ol
:i m, .Ur V.'in Lr-f-r lit rrht, Krr srU IVH t'rwn la
' -t. Uirai.i; bt IV M-i.
A f-v d of F A DIVA TH riT.T,'? vW fr? t!re try
t -'M :! C'P Vi- t r- . -t r rr, fi1. ViHXm 3$ K. 'i
- . -i , MY r. rucNVi;
-r .' ' K VT.-! A!' 'i i: i K rr. " r-
iUtHVlV ' . Y '
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
Stair Rods, &c, &c.
A Full nnd Carefully Selected 6tck.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
a FIFTH AVEXt'E,
JTANDS AND BUILDING LOTS.
Building lots in tho
Borough of Somerset,
EllglMy situate.!, and
Famii Msral aiiJ Timte LaaJs
In varioas sections of Somerset cunntv, for sale
ON ACCOMMODATING TERMS.
A rtion of the Ua Is arc
Others are nnlmnroreii.
Are foun-.l on mn of them, of fair onalltv sml
quiioliiy. l'T terms, Jm"., call n or aililrww
1. tt AiMIl,
Aujrnst S?, Tllf. Somerset, l'n.
'unvi3Vi NOT COX"VKYAX"-
OlXa, COLLECTING he.
JAS. IS. (MITIII.It,
DALE CITY, : : : MEYERS' D. LE P. O.
All business entreat el to Ms curs-will lie prompt,
ly attenilwl to. The A srencv for the nurehaseor
sale of all kioxls of real estate taku on moderate
MO.SKLI'Y, METZtsKR A CO.,
x vm FACTi rtKr.s axd jouiikiw or
BOOTS t SHOES,
No. 43i MARKET ST., IMIIL.VDtH'HI A.
NO, oT WOOD ST., PITTSliTJKQII, PA.
July 10, T.
pROUSK Sl SHIRES,
AltmuGictiirersof all 'raclw of
Attention particularly asked of Jobbers.
r-Orders solicited by E. II. Marshall, drag
The oldest and most reliablo InsUtullcn firob
alnlno; a Mercantile Edueaiion.
wPractlcal business men as Inslmrtnrs.
For Inftnnttfcm. write f jt a circular 1 1 P. DUFF
h. SONS, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Wo will purchase and forward any article
MAXl'FACTUREI Oil SOLD
la tins city at the lowest rates.
Parties In the Country wishing to purchase PI
anos, Orgnns, Sewing Maclilnsn, duns, lirvolvers,
nursery jstueK, Jewelry, Furniture, Millini
Hardware, limits Notions, Hooks, Stationery, S
dlery, c;arpetlnjrs. Ury (sonls, lie., kit., will do i
to send to us. All trooils wlllbe chen with a v
nursery jstueic. Jewelry, Furniture, Millinerr.
to economy, as well astaste m l ll,n.... .ml hnim
or packatres fnrwanl!il ity Express to anv part of
the country. All enters prumm.lv atten.icl to, and
aatisfaeiion guaranteed. Address,
PITTSBURGH SUPPLY CO.,
sep. is. PITTSnURGII, PA.
BOM U lflljHfffiptfll j IIU IIIIWKIIWIII
Wlwrnc are not deitrored by mineral poii or other
icana,ai.d ths yiul orsun waited beyond the point
of repair. .:
in the SlMiuidrn. CimJii, Tiglilweaa of tl tliejl. Ijii
.. .. . . ' r t. 1. I!..l 'I ....
it has no equal, and one Dome win pror. in. i.
antee of its merits than a lenphy advertisement.
si,,aia Cnmulatiaita. in vounr or old.
married or sinRie, at Ilie dawn of wiHnanliood, or
5 turn of life, these Jonie Bilters uiapiay so ottiura
influeuce tlut a marked improveineul is soou percep-
"'i'or Inflammatory and riaronic Rhea-
i mat ism and Ciout, IJilious, Kenmtent and Inter
mittent Keve.-s, IJiseaKSot the uiooa, i-iver, ainye
and Bladder, tliew Hitters have no equal. Such Ui
eises are caused by Vitiated Blood, wli.ch is r;eneraiiy
produced by deraneement of the DiceMive Oritans-
araUntl Iitra-atiT. as well as
m Touic. possessing aluo the peculiar merit of acting j
! ai a powerfuf scent in relieving OnRestion or Infl-im-
m.mon of the Liver aud Viaceral Of guia, and m Bilious j
For Kkln DUeases, Emntions, Tetter. Sa.t :
Rlieum, ltiotclies. Siwts. Pimples, Pustines. Bona, Car- '
; buncles, Rinj-wornis. Scala-Head, -Sore Kyrs. try- i
sipelas, Itch, Scurfs Ducolorationsof the Skin, Humeri
and llivanea of tlie Skin, of whatever naiue or nature.
are literally due up and carried out of the system ma
short time bv the use of theie Bitters
Grateful Thousands proclaim VmrcAS Bit-
"ntas the most wonderful luvigorant that ever sustained
the sinkine system. .
I WALittR.PropV. n.n.Menoi.n&ro..
-L . r . ..,
Unijinstj and in. Ajts., rrancisco, v ai..
and cor. of Wadlinston and Chariton Sta , New Vfrk.
SOLD UV ALL L'KUGGISiS AND DEALERS.
sw . , sir r"v .i- jrjrjjL - t w
In tha vrrmderfnl mcdicire to which the afflict
ed are above pointed fi relief, the discoverer
believes he has combined in harmony more ot
Nature's twt sovureicn curative properties,
svhlca Q-vl hs Intillcd into the veffctabie king
dom for healiu; the sick, tUsn were ever before
combined in one modtcina. The evidence of this
fact is f and iu Ilie rrcat variety of uiot obi-ti-na:e
diseases wbica it has been fonnd to conquer.
In th9 cars of Brouclilti. Newrre
C oagho, and the early stszi-s of roimnmp.
tlau, it has astonished the medical faculty, and
nxent physicians pronounce it tho greatest
ndical discovery of tha a While It cores the
severest Contjhs, it strengthens the system and
piirlfios Itse blood. By its (rrcat aud thor-oij-m
bliiod parifyin? pmpcrtic, it cnies all
liniaars, from tlie rt Srrofala to a
-');n-n.a Ulolcb, Fl tuple, or Ernption.
Mi'rca-iai diseaso, Vineral poisons, and their
facta, ar eradicated, and vigorous health and a
sonnd constitution established. EryslpeJaa,
lt H bean, (ever Korean Kealy or
Kougta Skin, In short, ail ths numerous dis-ea-ie
ca ised by ba.l blond, are conquered by this
powerful parlfvin-i and tnvigoratlnir medicine.
ll yoa fel d'lll, drowsy, debilitated, bare sa.
lovr c-ilir of skin, or yellowish brown spots oo
face or blv, frequent headache or dizziness, bad
ta" te in moiitn. internal heat or chills, aitercatcd
with hot fiusace, low spirits, and gloomy fere
bodlQTs, ttTBuiar appetite, and tonpne coated,
yn are siforinj from Torpid I.lver or
'BiUoane.M in many eases of LI vrr
Complaint" only part ot these symptoms
re eziMrienced. As a remedy for all such cases.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has no
eaaal. as it eff-cts oerfect cures. Icavine the liv
er strn ttinl ami healthy. For the cure ol
Habitual Constipation of the bowels it
is a new taiun rcmcay. ena loose woo nav
U'eil it for this parrrosa are Kiud in its praise.
Tile proprietor oflVrs (1,(100 reward k.r a medl
elne that wilt equal it ior the cure of ail the duv
tfes ror which it is recommended.
Soli by dra-rrixu at $1 per bottle. Prepared by
R. V. Pierce. 51. D..8ole lVoprietor. at hist hemi
cat Laboratory. 1:0 Seneca street, Bitfaio, N. Y.
Snd your aildtvss fur a pamphlet
JCOXOMY IS WEALTH.
To thc Ladies.
THY ONE OF
Bless ctr Drake's
Improved Patent Self-Heating
Which is fast bccomlngaunlvcrsnl favorite through
out thc country.
This Iron contributes its full share towards econ
omy in doraestis life, and is well worth the atten
tion ot every nouseacepcr. it is beaten simply ty
a lire inside, liko an oniinary slove. They arc of
d I tit-rent slses. weighing fn.ua five to eight pounds.
It saves one-tliird the time an ironing is done with
much less fatigue uo danger of smutting tbe
clothes, and when iron-to they have a much belter
It lends to the imncr a great degree of comfort,
since, by the use of it, hot rooms are avoided, and
the person is not subjected to the almost insuifcra
ble neat of a stove or furnace in warm weather.
A sullicient proof of the salislaetkm which it
gives, and llio fuvor with which it is received, is the
alrcaily large and still increasing demand fur it,
and which tells bow fast it is coming into general
use throughout the country.
Not only are the virtues of the imn appreciated
at home, but the true worth of it ls bf-coiiungso ap
parent every here, that thousands of tbem are now
being sold to varii us foreign countries.
Kuch is the confidence of the manufacturers lo
the excellency of this iron, that they say it only
needs a trial lo prove Itself valuable to every house
keeper, and wc warrant them to give aatistactiou, if
the directions are fully observed.
at-A'o change of Iron is rmuirtd! ONE being
all that Is necessary for a family, lis it can be kept
cos'antly hot while in use, and only repniruig
Cue Gar, Wartl cf ClarcpJ for aa Ireaii
"I would not be without this iron forjeo. trieouM
not get another," Is tiie exi-lautaticn of tht'SC who
use the litcle wonder.
TRY IT! TRY IT!
directions enclosed in tech iron.
Far salo by
FR ANU H. SI-FALL,
August iWth, lS7i Somerset, Pa.
8. c Mix.
J, t. LIVLMllHin.
EIM & LIVEX(JOOI,
SALJSnUJtY1 KLKLICK, P.
Someiw et Couxtt, Pgaa'a.
Drafts bought ami sold, and eolrectinns made on
all parts of the country.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Special arrangments with Guardians and others
who bold moneys In trust, Jau IT Ti
J O. HARVEY Jt CO.,
BUTTER COMMWSIOS MERCHANTS
67 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE.
Lilieral cash advances on 'gnmcnti and
returns promptly made.
PHIIXIPPI A Co.,
Are now prepared to do all kb!s planing and
SASH AND DOORS,
' Mow anl Boor Frames,
f)r anything nsod Iu building. We are also pre
pared to saw '
And any thing In that line of business.
All kinds of work done to order
Orders promptly filled.
Xt'FALL k PIIILLIPPI,
Casselman. Somerset eo., pa July 27, u;z
lines., JjiHir truciauona vi n Ji"'"-".
in live Mmiili. .K,lin,.s A.tacka, Palfautmn tin.
Heart. Inflammation of the Luiim. Pain in -tie rearms
ol' ilie Kiilnevs, and a hundred other painful symptoms,
are the on-rri.lsa of UyiepU.. In tlwse compUinta
f ifVVA,Si fL4n 1 n,f "'-noirmgduticn short not!,-.
H . 's-4k - " yCrjfP . iu h"r'"" 'y k",'i'i" large ami g.. -. by '
m - !
Joo(j and &he.
JJOOTS AND SHOES.
Slurry V. JSJoerifr
Rot)-H!ilW lnfonn ':li clilicnaof Sotnenu-t aixl i .
. th -1'Hill" 15.T11T11II.V. tljat ho tea ttrt r-:!rniihKl : , J J q
NEW SHOE STORE,
In tho New Building on Main Cross ' i .-ni t.ir -.rj i tu u,,..
' SIT. i:iud STOCK OP cuiins
j ,GP.XEJY AND (rFr,
";' P"'!'",'-'! I" ; anii.-.li Hir ur.li.- with ev.-ry-
''X iwrraiiinis 10 u:e 111.001 i..!mik,
AT VKKV i.()lV PHICF.S.
fUl. U A M, y , . ,
, ne Wu k,., cji-Btau'ly on lianJ anil is i)r i!ir-
; cl to muke Iu ir! r tin siiort uoti- e, nirrt i-- ri i u ,.,
i ; " " bl i,Ai:, J;;, ...
, Cfyr IC3
Ken, Women and Children, ;
Embracinir every lino of first class z.-!s in mate-
ri:1 ,,, w,.rkin:insiiip. fn.m thelin sli-.per to the
bruflest tr4i brofran. Tiie Limes will U lurnish-
LI I l'lv I S,
T'l't'IV IIP T IV
" , ' ') ' - " 1 -Uit
AM) LASTING MAT I'll I A Ls! :
And cf the mit fiis!iit,nal)Ie stjlcs. i
He wiil Inure a gnoJ lit anJ sire satl.":.M-tim to i
all who may give hirn a call. !
lleisalsu pn-parei to !urni.-h shiuakers Willi !
a complete aKtonnicnt of
Lasts and Shoe Findings
Grocery and Confectionery,
We .fclre t Inform the j-i.pi i-tnir.n-miy
Hist we here- purchased the timeery an l l-i.n-feeHoiif-ry
of 11. Y. Kn;-i.er. Kfi.. .V-ire the
Ifairnet Hon., an-l have ninde vulu i'.le a .t.iitinns
tothealready iir.e s;tk(.f (I... is. We sell ali the
best tram! of
K1CE, SYitl rs.
FLA VOIilNG EXTKACTS,
DUIEDANII CANNED FKVITS.
Ct)AL t'lLj TOIIACCf). CIGARS.
All kin. Is French and common
CAN DII1S, NITS, CRACKERS,
FANCY CAKES, PEKFTM YXL,
AND TOILET AUTICLES,
Cf OILS, BECSHES, SOAP, he.
riiki.0 '"ur;,ncr,t ""Toys, Ac, fi,r the little
If yoa want anything in the Graery ami Con
fectiouery hue call at
Davis' Cheap Grocery,
OPPOSITE THE BARNET HOCSE.
HATS AND CAPS,
Leather and Shoe Findings.
5. If. a!m;uem;;,n
Takes pleasure in eallina: the attention or the cit
sens of Somerset ami vicinity to the fact that he
has opened a store in his resiilenceon I'nion street,
wbero there will always be kept on hand a com
plete assortment of
Boots and Shoes,
Of Eastern end borne manufacture, a large and
well assorted stock of
HATS -A.tsn CAPS,
Ami a great variety of
leather nasi Shoe Fiudinpt
.Of all kinds.
There Is a!o attached to the store a
CUSTOM-MADE BOOT Jk SHOE
Xilh N. R SNYDER as cutter au I fitter, wlii. h
alone is a su'tu-icnt guarantee that all work made
np in the shop will not only Dt the feet of custom
ers but that only the btst maicrial will lie used
iJ-! V". emf:' y1- Tn rWle are resinvtrully
invited to eall aud examine bis stork.
DALE CITY, Somerset Co., Ai.,
ArtiAcbil Teeih, wimntcl to be or the very best
luality. Ui-Iike ami Handsome, tns. rte.1 in the
beststyle. l'articular attention tnl.i to the pres
ervation of the natural teeth. Those wishing to
ctinsult roe by letter, can do so hv enclosing stamp.
Addnss as above. Jrp -y
GARRETT, SOMERSET CO., PA.
Earnest, Delp & Camp,
AND CHESTNIT LT'MBER ""L'K,
"Cut to a bill-' at short notice. j
Orders fn.m lumber doalcr promptly fllle.1 at
wholesale prices. r ,a's 1.,J-- I
JOHN WILSON & SOX !
297 Liberty Street, j
one 3u, TA
I I PVI-fTi L'iiul wa-ki..l. !1 1 t a . i . .
Hi: LIVE GKOCERV
Wk!i!nt;Wn 7M I, an l ar u ..
.st qoaliiv. W will ni-U .s v,,r
kep all ihe btrt l.nim.'a .,(
A U. KINDS
FISH, OIL. SALT.
FRENCH a. Ci i.-r.M . ,-j ;
C A X D I 1: v
XUTS, ALL A7AZaV
Fl'A'li Hist V! i
si !Ci:ijv. ;;.;. 1
Met n Fancy Aiticfes kL
1 rttrvEXHsa tks t'... t,
IN IJASETd ENT OF THE L-VTK nF-" -V.
J. BAEK, ES i.
N-v. li, 71-ly.
TIIE HIGHEST MARkET PRI z UV.
ALL KISDS OF COVSTR Y PRor,:
S. O. KKl. V.-. W. K ABLE.
O. KEIM A CO.,
SVCCESSf ES Tt STVTZM AX I'Z.
Beg leave to say to its Pa'p-rs :.n i 'lie Fv -they
will continue to supply whati-v. -r is y-
their linn hp V. i'i..h.'...j !.... .
Carpenters. l!l:u-k smith's. Jii.-.r. 5!...'
" ami ..laimidciurers k lK-ruiiy.
FOP. COOKING AND IIF.C
Of the most desirable kinds, which hav.'S- .
yei, iaii-.ii tn give entire satw.actii n. i.--
kept on hand.
Of thi nrL.n iMtlMFn. lu. a. :.,.,.. -.
of our Farmers, warranted to jjivr s-ir:4.-
1 oe large numner aireaaly 111 bjc the .-
and the adjiuing eounih-ii, and a
ing demand, aro a siitlivion: i.ri:' ?
ForMining. Lnniberinir. R li'n j i I'
of the most apprrveiijiattcrns s:i I kt 1
maaie toorler on sh-m notio-.
GRIST AND SAW MILL Ii:
MHj,sptxrLi :s, saw a: t"- .-
ANTI FRICTION K,lLI.F."
IKflN RAILING, BALCOMl-- '::;'4 .
Window and Door.
The 'Rose' Direct, an l the "Pars'""
IIOLlnV-WARE, srH: '
For all the different FU.ws a"ed ' ' ;
are tbe authorised sern!? v
SPEAR ANTI DI ST PAKI-'S
lu this o an'y.
We sell, at manufacturers' frk "
THE SPRAGI E MOWER. ?
THE RCSSEL REAPER AN!11 I
THE BEST STEEL rLOV j
THE BEST HOKSK KA j
And Agrleuliural Implements f .nrt- f
We her to msril a e,n'in0n!,7iii' J
0 liberally encoded to tku. estact-.- 5
Our prices will be fair and our ters
. 10, . I