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The- Honey Euplylnr WchlB.
BY II. 11. Fl.ICrC
The name of the above machine
will le new to most readers, but it is
one of the iutliFpeusabies of improved
To Major Von IIrui:!ika, of Lr"--
nann, Italy, belong tic honor of con
ceiving the iib-a of eonstructin? a
machine that extracts honey from
the cmb without injuring it, t-o t hat
the comb can tie returned to the hive
ml be refilled by the bees.
lie jrives the "following description j
f his machine; j
" The whele matter is very simple;
reminds one of the 'egg of Colum
bus,' and i.s founded upon the use of
ccutrifu.jal force. You ean convince
yourself very easily of this, by try
ing the experiment on a small scale.
Take a pipe cover, place a little piece
of uncovered honey comb into it.
Tie a string to it, 8wiug it around in
horizontal circles, end you will see
that the honey is emptied out of the
comb very cnsily.
"Founded upon this idea, I have
constructed an apparatus which gives
the most Fatisfactry results, and of
fers many advantages to those ob
taining honey in larsre quantiiie.,
anion? these advantage are: purity
of the honey, celerity in paininir it,
and intact preservation of the cell
structure, which is rreijur ntly eo very
valuable to the apiarian. .
"To rive a trcMcral idea of this ma
chine, 'marine to yourself a horizon
tal disk, put in rotary motion by a
wheel; unnn the cdpre of the dis-k are
eight small perpendicular posts. ruir
rouuded or eoime eted by a wire sieve,
and thus forming an octajjon. If
"you now ban? the uncovered combs
with their frames upon the posts on
the inner side of this wire octajron,
and put the disk in motion, so as to
make about six revolutions per sec
ond, the combs will be emptied in
one or two minutes. The honey is
cautvht in a circular tub surrouud;n?
the diik, and drawn off at the bot
tom. "With Mir-h a machine a laborer
ean ca.-ily empty in a day from eight
to ten cwt., and the combs are emp
tied so thoroughly by continuing the
rotary motion long enough that they
appear perfectly dry."
This valuable machine was intro
duced into the United States by Sam
uel Wagner, (now dead) of Washing
ton, D. C, editor of the American
2r Journal, and L. L. Langstroth,
of Oxford, ()., the inventor of the
movable comb system.
Most extractors now in use resem
ble an oblong tin boiler. Near oa--h
end is placed aframe to which is fas
tended a piece of fine wire cloth.
Against the inside of this cloth the
frame of honey is suspended and the
whole revolved rapidly on a central
pivot. The honey empties and flies
against the ends of the tin case the
same as water flies from a grindstone
when revolving rapidly and flows
out through nn opening at the hot
toni of the ease.
The testimony (f all our leading
apiarians is unanimous in its favor.
Nearly double the amount of honey
can be obtained. This is apparent
when we take into consideration the
time, labor and honey required to
Extracted honey is pure and per
fectly healthy. Wax is indigestible.
It passes through the stomach unal
tered by the organs of digestion.
This is why honey causes disagreea
ble symptoms in some persons. By
the ne of the Mel-Extractor this is
completely remedied and all may en
joy a hearty meal of pure honey.
Some apiarian's use the extractor
exclusively for obtaining surplus hon
ey, whilst, other? ue it only as sup
plementary, as in case of the brood
chamber being too much crowded
with honey so the rjnoon has no room
for all her eggs. Thisoften happens,
especially among the Italians. If
the brood nest is filled with honey
the colony cannot prosper until the
combs are emptied.
Dv using the extractor nn the brood
chamber only, more honey will be
stored in boxes besides having strong
er colonies and a much extracted as
box honey. In short, the Mel-Ex-traetor
is hailed by all bee keepers ,
the world over, as a grand success.
IterrIjiTor Co rl riff Jlr-of.
As 'killing time' will soon be
here we give the following valuable
receipts fir curing meet'. The first is
the famous Gcrmatfn:rr Tclfgrajili
receipt, wh'eh is ued extensively
throughout eastern Pennsylvania.
Its great merit consists in its being
rot only r.;i excellent preservative,
but the hams cured by this process
have a very rih flavor, and are net
G:ri7ian!Arn TdegrajJi Jfrccijd.
To ono gallon of water,
Take one and a -half lbs. of salt,
" one half lb. of sugar,
" one half oz. of saltpeter,
" one half rc. of potash.
In this ratio the pickle can be in
creased to any quantity desired. It
these le boiled together until all the
dirt from the sugar rises to the top
and is skimmed off. Then throw it
into a tub to cool, a:id when cold,
pour it over j our boof or pork, to re
main the usual time, nay four or five
wo( k. The meat must be well cov
ered with pickle, and should not be
put down Lr at h ast two days after
killing, during which time it should
be slightly sprinkled with powtfrrod
saltpeter, which removes all the sur
face blood, ., leaving the meat fresh
and chan. Some omit boiling the
pickle, and .find it to answer well,
though the operation of boiling puri
fies the pi kle by throwing, off the
dirt always to be found in salt and
If this receipt is properlv tried, it
will never be abandoned. There is
none that surpass it, if so pood.
The following fonr receipes are said
to be those after which the premium
hams were cured that gained a prize
at the Maryland State Fair :
First Premium. Mix two and
one-half pounds saltpeter, finely pow
dered, one half bushel fine salt, three
pounds brown sugar, one half gallon
molasses. Pub the m.at with the mix
ture; pack with skin down. Turn
over once a wetk and add a little
salL A fter being down three cr four !
weeks, take out, wash, and hang up
two or three weeks until it is dry.
Then smoke with hickory wood three
or four weeks ; then bag or pack away
in a cool place (not a cellar) in chaff
or hay. Thoma Ixve.
Second Premium. The meat,
after being cut out, must be rubbed,
piece by piece, with vcrv finely pow
dered saltpeter, on the flesh side, and
where the leg is rt off a table spoon
ful (not heaped) to each ham, a
dessert spoonful to each shoulder, and
about half that quantity to each mid
dling and jowl ; this must be rubbed
in. Then salt it by packing a thin
coating of salt on the flesh side of
each piece, say one ball inch tuitK ;
pack the pieces on a scauokimg, or uu
a floor with strips of plank hid a few
inches apart all over it (.mui u
the meat) ; the pieces must be placed
skin aide down, in the following or
der; First layers, hams; second,
shoulders : third, jowls ; fourth, mid-
dlinirs ; take the spare rios out oi me
middlings. I he meat must ne in tins
wise six weeks if the weather is mini
eight if cold, the brine being allowed
to run freely. Hmcard Mc Henry.
Third Premium. Half bushel of
fine salt, three nounds of brown sugar.
two and one half pounds saltpeter,
one half gallon lost molasses. Mix
these ingredients together, then rub
each piece well with the mixture until
all is absorbed. the meat must ue
taken out of the pickle once a week
for six weeks; the two first times the
meat is taken out, there is to be a
plate of alum salt added to the pickle.
Mrs. William II. llarrivlt.
Forum Premium. Tw and one
l.nlf n mnd saltpeter, dried and fine-
'Iv powdered, one half bushel best
Liverpool salt, tiiree pounu oi .nuu
sugar, and one half gallon molasses.
Mix all in a vessel, rub the meat well
with same and pack with skin down.
The above is the exact amount re
quired for 1,000 pounds of pork.
After in salt three or four weeks, take
out, wash clean the pieces, dry, and
hang it up for smoking. Thiee weeks
is sufficient to smoke them thorough
ly by fire made of hickory wood.
When smoked, take down or pack
away in dry chaff or cut straw. Ex
amine them occasionally, and if found
to be at all damp, renew the packing
with drv material.
The second instalment of glad tid
ings from the outstanding Polar ex
peditions hasjust boeu nude publi.)
by Dr. Augustus Peterman, of Or
many. The intelligence that now
reaches us gives new discoveries in
the Arctic Ocean lying cast of Spitz
bcrgen, and also north-east of the
islands which skirt its eastern shores.
The new vision of the open Polar
sea, like every former observation to
this mysterious phenomenon, will be
of universal interest. The following
is a translation of Ir. Peterman's cir
cular announcing these .facts dated
The Polar search expedition, which
daring the past three rears has given
many and extensive results, has also
again this summer made considerable
nroaress. although the first news
from the Polar sea has just reached
us. The land lying cast of SpitzWr
gen, which for 250 years has been
danced about upon difference places
on the map, anil which was for the
first time reached bv Captaiti Alt-
mann, of Hamerfest, was reached for
the second time by Captain Nils
Johnson, of lromsoe, in August
who landed upon and narrowly ex
plored it. Captain Nils Johnson
sailed on May the 8th, iu the sailing
vacht, Lvdioua, of 26 tons burden,
with a crew of nine men, from Fro ru
bor, Norway. lie directed his-course
in June toward the western half of
the open sea, and in the second half
of this month, when the Austrian ex
ploring steamship, Tegethoff had just
left the (Herman coast, wa6 already
some miles east-south-east of the
islands of East Spitzbergen, in the
middle of the usual position of the
Polar stream, which generally carries
an enormous mass of ice toward Spitz
iwrgon and Dear islands. In July
and August of this summer the ice
current held a more easterly course
Nova Zembla and left the western
half of the sea free from ice. Cap
tain Johnson, who during July and
the first half of August had been en
gaged in whale fishing (uot exclusive)
on the broad Spitzbergen bank, which
reaches from the Bear Islands over
four degress of latitude toward the
north-east, had at noon of August
1C passed as far as 78 deg. 18 min.
4C seconds north latitude and 30 deg.
east longitude, and shortly thereafter
came in sight of land, which first ap
peared upon maps in 1817 as Wiche
Land, and which was then given as
extending from 78 deg. to 75$ deg.
north latitude. The whole sea to the
south and cast of this land Captain
Johnson found entirely free from ice
on August 1C. On the 1 7th of
August he anchored near the point
of this land in north latitude 79 deg.
8 min. and east longitude 30 deg. 15
min., for the purpose of fishing and
supplying himself with fuel from the
immense piles of driftwood which
were accumulated along the shore.
Landing to explore the land, which
he was the first to set foot upon, he
ascended a mountain near the coast,
from which he obtained a view over
a wide circuit. lie thus discovered
that the land masses which, by Cap
tain Altniann had lnren supposed to
be separated by channels. into three
large islands, were ultimately united
so as to form a continuous though
deeply indented island. I here were
also a number of small outlying is
Iauds. On the evening of the 17th
of August Captain Johnson again set
sail, and followed during that night
and the two successive days (viz, the
18th and 19th of August) the entire
east and south-east coast of the land,
which was everywhere, as well as
the open sea, far and wide, wholly
destitute of ice. The ocean lying to
ward the east-north-east was also per
fectly free of ice, so far as it was dis
tinguishable from the hills. Only on
the north was there any . ice. Fuller
communications, as soon as possible,
will appear in IheGeoqrophisctie Mit
tfuilungen, with maps and charts il
lustrative of Capt Johnson's explor
ation, and also of those just made by
Captain Altmann. Among the most
important discoveries made by Cap
tain Nils Johnson were the fauna aud
flora of these northern lands, IJirds,
seals and reindeer abound, the latter
of remarkable fatness. The immense
longitudinal piles of driftwood, which
ran along the eastern coasts some
twenty feet above the highest tidal
mark, arc suggestive of the current
conditions of the Arctic Ocean, and
also of the meteorological and other
atmospheric commotions in the "icy
Cure for Corwa.
Those who consider sound feet a
luxury, and who suffer from corns,
hard, soft or festered, would do well
to try the following, which we take
from the Journal of Chemistry. It
is not an expensive experiment, add
is worth trying : "Soak the leet well
in warm water, then with a sharp in
strument pare off as much of the
corn as can be done without pain,
and bind up the part with a piece of
linen or musbn, thoroughly satura
ted with sperm oil, or, what is better,
the oil which floats on the surfaco of
herring or muckerel. After three or
four days the dressing may bo remov
ed by scraping, when the new skin
may be found of a soft and healthy
exturo, and less liable to the forma
tion of a new corn than before. We
have this receipt from a source which
we cannot well doubt, and pubb'.h it
for th benefit of many reader?
Anything rise Bat Marrv.
Once upon a time, a big, strapping,
awkw ard youth, fresh from Vermont,
entered the Dunbar Academy at By
field, Mass., for a little erudition,
which is doled out at this Temple of
Minerva at economical . prices. At
that place we know not how it is at
present the boys and girls were Kepi
in one apartment ; only the middle
aisle parted them. One day this Ver
mont stripplinjr, who had been help
ing one of the girls through a hard
sum he was acute in cyphering
thought it not more than fair that he
should take toll fr his valuable ser
vices; accordingly he threw his stal
wart arm around "the rosy damsel and
gave her a sly, rousing smack which
started the whole assembly.
"Jedidiah Tower, come up here'
roared the preceptor.
The delinquent appeared, his face
l....-;n.r wit h ltbishes like a red-hot
warming pan ana looting as sty as
a ii i u nr.
"Hold out your hand, sir," said the
pedagogue. "I'll teach you not to act
thus in this institution.'"
The huge paw was extcnted to a
horizontall ine towards the instructor,
who surveyed its broad surface with
a mathematical eye cumulating how
tnanv strokes of his sm'.l ferule it
would take to cover the large number
of square inches it contained.
"Jedediah," at length he said, "this
is the first time you have been cabed
upon for anv delinquency; now, sir,
if you will say you are sorry for what
vou have done, I will let rou off this
time without puniVhrnent.
"Sorry !" exclaimed the youngster,
strikiu?" an attitude of pre-indigna-
tion ; "sorry! nosir! I am not. And
I will do jest so again if I have a
chauce. So put on, old fellow, just
as hard as you like. I5y the jumjiin'
Jehosaphat, I'd stand hero and let
vou lick me till kingdom cum afore
I'd be sorry for that by thunder I
To To Any Ifii.
The young man who has an
bition to make a irreat noise, in
world should learn boiler making.
Ilecan make more noise at that trade
lhaniinything else he can engage in.
If he believes a man should "strike
for wages," he should learn black
smithing c.-iu ciallv if he is ?ood at
If he would embrace a profession in
which he can rise rapidlv he should
become an aeronaut. lie couldn't
find anything better "for high."
lie certainlv could do a starving
(and perhaps a starving) business at
the cooper tfade.
If he believes in "measures, not
men,"' he will embark in the tailoring
If the one grave object of his life is
to make money, he should get a posi
tion in the United States mint.
If he is a punctual sort of a chap,
aud anxious to be "on time,''he should
put his hands to watchmaking.
If he believes iu the chief end of
man to have his business largely
"felt," why of course he will become
If he wants to "get at the root of a
thing "he will become a dentist al
though, if he does, he will be often
found "looking down in the mouth."
If a man is a bungler at his best he
should In-come a physician, and then
he will have none of his bad work
thrown upon his hands. It is gen
eraly buried out of sight, you know.
Should he incline to high living,
but prefer a plain board, then the
carpenter trade will suit him. He
can plane boards enough at that.
If he is needy and well bred Tic
will be right at home as a baker.
He shouldn't become a cigar-maker
If he does, all his work will end
The young man who enjoys plenty
of company, and is ever ready to
scrapey acquaintance, will find the
barber business a congenial pursuit.
The quickest way for him to ascend
to the top round of his calling is to
become a hod carrier.
A very "grave young man
flourish as an undertaker.
Don't learn chairmaking, for no
matter how well you please your cus
tomers they will sooner or later get
down on your work.
And don't become an umbrella mak
er for their btisines is "used up."
If he would have his work tom b
the heads of the nation, we know of
no way he could sooner accomplish
such nn object than by ma STng combs.
The 3'oung man who would have
the fruits of his labor brought before
the eyes of the people w ill become an
optician. The work being easily seen
through, cannot be difficult to learn.
A man can alwavs make scent in
the perfumery business.
if a young man is a paragon of
honor, truthfulness, sobriety, has nev
er sworn a profane word, and has
twenty thousand dollars that he has
no use for, then he should immediate
lv start a newspaper.
A Daxdy city chap spending a few
weeks in the country with a farmer
friend, asked to he iM-rmitted to "ab
stract the acteal fluid from the bovine
group at eventide." As soon as the
farmer found out that all he wanted
was to milk the cowsrome night, he
cheerfully assented, gave him a kick
ing cow to begin on, and with other
members of his family seated himself
on the barnyard fence to see the fun.
Hardlv had the tight pantalooned
chop ljcgan to pull on the peculiar
natural appendages which all who
desire to milk must manipulate, (ex
cept milkmen who live near a pond)
when the patient cow looked around
and saw the "what-is-it" at her side.
Fetching him a wipe in the eyes with
her tail, she at the same time project
ed her hind foot with lightning rapid
ity, and while the milker was balanc
ing on his ear in a brown mud-pud
dle the sporting cow sent the milk
pail spinning after him. Our hero
says farming is a fraud.
I mportaxce of Tl F.ADi xo. No mat
ter now obscure the position in life of
an individual, if he can read, he may
at will put himself in the best society
the world has ever seen. He may
converse with all the best writers in
proFe and poetry. He may learn how
to live, how to avoid the errors of his
predecessors, and to secure blessing,
present and future to himself. He
may reside in the desert far away
from the habitations of man ; in soli
tude, where no human eye looks upon
him with affection and interest, where
no human tongue cheers him with its
ar.imnting tones. If he has books to
read he can never be alone, ne may
choose his company and the subject
for conversation, and tbusbecome con
tented and hapnv, intelligent, wise
and good. He thus elevates his rank
in the world, and becomes independ
ent in the best sense of the word, and
first in importance of school educa
Toe marriage service, iu the opin-
ion ot a western paper, snouiu te
changed to read, "Who dare take this
woman 7" And the groom shall an-
wcr, "l dare,"
There is no civiilizcd country in tbo
world in which so much meat is eat
en, or in-which so much is wasted by
bad cooking, by profusion, ami oy a
solutc unthril't, as there isin this coun
try. Whether this meat-eating is
benelictal seems to ne more man
doubtful. Are our men or our wo
men stronger, health:cr, larger I!iul-
, , - i r..: .1. i'
eu ruddier, mm la-rer, wimi r.onqie-
ans of correspnnding occupations an 1
habits of life J The Irish girls who
come out here, and go into domestic
service, conic - generally with rosy
c hecks and full figures. They prob
ably have not ea'ci fresh meat once
a week iu their lives, iu manv eases
not oflener than once a month.
here, they rush ravenously at the
joints, the steaks, u;iU uie chops,
w hich are to them luxuries and the
great signs of luxurious living. The
result is almost invariably that they
lose the figures, and the rosy checks,
and the health, that they brought
with them, and thai came with, if
not of, a diet of potatoes and butter
milk. The more observant of them
have already begun to notice this
themselves. And in the second gen
eration the change is very manifest.
There is rarely a paler and thinner
crcatnrc than your Irish girl of the
second generation. In brief, we all
of us here cat too much meat too
much for our health, probably, and
certainly too much for the well-being
of our pockets. (jreat, brawny
Scotchmen livemonth after month on
oat-meal and butter-milk, aud a little
whisky, and a healthier, harder w ork
ing class of men it would be difficult
to find. Why must we be every day
eating flesh and fat? In particular,
why should our women and children
be, like Sir Andrew Aguecheek, such
irreat caters of heel f Among our
more comfortably situated classes, it
is safe to sav that they oat meat twice
a day. There is no need of this; and
more, it is not wholesome. Wom n,
who are not hard-workers, and chil
dren, are much more health v upon a
lighter and less concentrated diet.
Children, until they reach their teens,
do not reallv need meat at all, and
are the bcttof in health and in look
fr not having it.
In countries where the science of
living is better understood than it is
with us, they live, even among the
wealthier classes, upon bread, and
porridge, and milk, and fruit. The
boy who mar be seen at American
hotels and boarding houses, making
his breakfast of beefsteak, ham and
eggs, and broiled fish, all of them at
once beforo him, and eaten in altern
ate bits, is unknown in Europe, where
he would have his oat-nical porridye,
or his bread and milk. There is noth
ing more certain, in regard to this
subject, than that our consumption of
meat, particularly by women and
children, is needless- and unwhole
some." But, if this be trjie, what shall be
said of our extravagance in our use of
this same most costly article of food?
We are profuse in our provision ; but
in our use we arc viciously wasteful.
We all want to have the most costly
cuts, and we all cook our meat in the
most wasteful way, and we all waste
that is, throw away and allow to
spoil, that which would support a po.r
family in France. To get a joint or
a steuk. and hen to roast or broil
sav, rather, or bake or fr' it at a
rnnge or cooking-stove, is the sum to
tal of our.general knowledge of cook
ing. The meat is wasted and spoiled
in the cooking, by which its bulk and
nourishing propties arc diminished;
it is wasted in the eating, and what
remains is also too often wasted, w hen
it is not filched by servants for the
tables of their "mothers" and their
cousins." And for this destruction
of good and costly food, the neglect
of personal supervision on the part of
housekeepers is mainly accountable.
Much of it is due also to the absolute
ignorance of the younger housekeep
ers, who have learned nothing, and
have wished, and now wish, to learn
nothing of the proper direction of a
These, then, are prominent among
the causes of the difficulty which
householders of moderate means find
in providing for their tables ; an un
necessary consumption of the costli
est and not the healthiest article of
food ; a wasteful injurious cooking of
it ; and a lack of watchfulness over
thc'kitchen and the meat-safe on the
part of housekeeiers. If men and
women who feel this difficulty will
but have the courage to face the risk
of being called mean, and will dimin
ish their consumption of meat, and
regulate it well, they will do much to
relieve themselves ; they w ill gain in
health as well as in comfort, and in
doing so they will, by diminishing an
unreasonable and extravagant de
mand, do something to reduce the
price of meat, and dimmish, in two
ways, their own butcher's bills.
Kaved II-r I.lfc, Bnt Lost Htr Bnwtle.
r.ocontlr a partv wrnt yacliting' on
Iakc Erie. A ninri'f tbem was s beau
tiful young lady dressed in the latest
style. Her waist was compressed in
to ariHtoeratieally pmall dimensions
in fart her whole attire was tho pink
of fashionable perfection while thf
luxuriant proportion of her bustle
gave an air of majesty to her hut en-
srvwle winch it is impossible to de
scribe. And unfortunately for her,
and fortunately for the crew of the
yacht, as it was proved she was bound
to return in the yacht. The nirrht
was dark, and thinkin that they
would return earlier, the amateur sea
men had forpotten to bring lights for
their yacht, and when they were near
the city, among the sailing craft, they
were in danger of being run down by
the mail eteamer, which was heading
for them directly. It was a moment
of anxiety and difficulty to those on
board the yacht. All that the party
had on board to make a light and at
tract the attention of the steamer's
crew were a few matches whic0were
useless without any other combusti
ble. The gentlemen were non-pluss-ed
; but not so with one of the ladies,
who, in the moment of trial and dan
ger produced a small bundle of news
papers, which was lighted, and bo
gave the steamer warning and paved
the yacht and its trembling occupants.
The appearance of the young lady as
she stepped on shore revealed the se
cret To save the yacht she had sac
rificed her bustle.
A ooot wife Fhould be like threo
things, which three things she 6hould
not be l!k:
1st. She, should be like a snail, al
wavs keep within her own house
but she should not be like a snail, to
carrr all she has on her back.
2d. She should be like an echo, to
speak when she is spoken to but she
should not be like an echo, always to
have the last word.
3d. She shonld be like a town-
clock, always to keep time and regu
larity but she should not be like a
town clock, speak eo loud that all
the town may hear her.
Flipkins says that there are three
Ecxes male sex, the female sex. and
rpiIE SOMERSET FIKE
DESTBOYED MANY OF
TheSwners thenar ilmut. I n-raMnlx-r wln ttoy
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iatt. N a fc l'! .i rs I hu Ixay lu
H !ias 3l-i a .-rj- lurtfi.- sakTluiem "f
S A USUI'S,
In rii.irl. n:ir kind of WOOLEN ;Oi;.S
I tu:: U- w..ll.i-i.
l'ri ! lnw a nl r,ll t-.v 't wi it live ! 1 l u-3 '.e
tU l.- m inii r nn-t frm tre sun k.
Iirniilne hi; ir;w.l befure imivliasiiJir J tur Win
ter etui liiog.
WM. S. MOKQi.V,
Staxtox'b Ma.:m, Ia.
Place of bu: Iness 1 mile writ.) Sept. , '72
Cook & Eeerits'
Flour and Feed
We wuult mtt rpiHM-tftilty nivmi'n to mir
frtcn l unit tliiuMii- nwnlly, iu il.c biwn ar.'l
vi'-lnlly n S'ltihfrswt, tl.it we tie x'iii-:l vnt In
vor Ni'w Store on .
MA IX CROSS STREET,
An.t In aiMitlon to o Tail line of the l;t
Tobncoo, CYfinr, 5.c..
We will en'tevor, at all timed, to u;)'Iy i ur cus
tomer wliti ilie
D E S T q U A L I T Y O F
OATS' SIWLLED CORK,
OATS it (JQItX CHOP,
It RAX, MIDDLINGS,
An.l everything pertaining to the Fcetl P.-jcri
nu n!, at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PSICES.
AIm, s well jr.lecteil itock of
QlaNwarc; S!oewnre, Woo.tenware, Rruce cf
si Htniiii, hiv(
W!ih we will sell aa che.ip na the ehenpcJt.
Plrcise call, ex.imtn? our ipkv! vT all kin Iff, nn l
be att6eit from jroor own ja Jjrnicnt,
Don't forget where we stay
On MAIN t.'KOSS Street, Somerset, Pa.
Ot. 2, 117i
rpiIE 1IEST PUMP
IN THE WORLD!
THE AMERICA SCBMKHOED
The Rlmnleat. Moat Powerfnl, Effective, Dura
ble, lielluble and Clirupcrt Pump In use.
It la miule all of Iron, and of a few simpfe purls.
It will not Fretzt. ns no water remain! In the
plK hun not in action.
It hnsnc leMAHrnrtnltn murhinn. aa the pucker
and ralvea are all oi u..
It aeMom, If erer. (rcl oat f order.
It will forre water from 40 to 60 feet In Out air. bv
attwlilnn few foot of hoac.
It ir moil for waahlnir Iinuirlcs. Wludowa. water
ing Uanlena, ttc.
It fnrnl'lies the nurcat and eold"t water, because
il If placed in the bottom of the weU.
Teb: i Inrh ramp, 15;
N 1 " "IK;
pipe, 80e, ft foot
Lnrger sicca in proportion.
WF.YAXD k. PLATT,
Sole Agents for Somerset (Jonntj.
Somerset, Pa., May 1st, lSTi
A, I FRAKCISCUS & CO,,
513 MARKET STREET,
Ym liuve opened fur t lie F A LX, TR A 1I the Hr-
gtst and best assorted Slock of
Table, Stair ami Floor Oil Cloths,
WIntlow Shailes and raper, Carpet Chain,
Cotton Yam, Batting, Wadding, Twines, Wlcfca,
Clicks Looking Olaaaes, Fanry Iiaeket, Brootnx,
Markets, Iiukets, Hru.hes, Cluthes Wringers,
Wixvltm and Willow Ware,
13 TUB CXITED STATES.
fhirlnnre lnereae In hnslneM enables ns to S"tl
at low prices, ami lumish the best quality of Goods.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
Celebrated American Washer.
PEICE, i 60.
The most Perfect and Successful Washer ever
AGENTS WANTF.II Ftllt THE AMERICAN
WASHER, in all parts vt the State.
fil Fifth Avenue,
(Lats StcfyJtt.t.CJf nr.os.)
I keep on hands the largest assort
ment to l;c found in any city, of
Oil Cloths, Mattings, &c
The BmallcKt orders promptly at
Carpet?, Ac, at Wholesale ca tl most
All ..... r TT f n..nU n.l lCnwvnnw.Ma
.nil IIUB vi i lUCIViii, mi,ini iiviriiunnir"
W9L'9 ntthftoli pfltnblwied Oirard Mfdlrl Jnsll
tntp. No. lTCSoeoaJ uTrnuc. between tSmiihtioM
and Orant mreets, FittBlmrffb, Ta.
Hernia, at, nil Urtnnrv dtaenar are eared In the
shortest rwwtblo time that will In mi re pennnoeot
relief. Siiermatorrhea, or Somimil wttuknera or
lmHtctvy, aa the remit of alf aite tn youth or
ezcim m mntnrer jenni, mm wnien pniur sum
nt the fullowlns: cflvcta. aa emlwlimp, blotrhra. de
bility, rllzzfmft, nerrou?neM. dlmmiw or eight,
eonirh, IndtKemidn, etmstliatlm. riepondf ney, oiv
mfi"it of rldftB, avcrtdon u aurjeir, iw oi memory
and rpxuuI power, and which unfits the Tin lm for
bnMnera r marrUire. and ultimately enufing In
sanity and eonsa raid ton. are thornihly so I ier
mancDtly eared. Medtetne supplleil at the Inntl
lolc A' medial nam nh let reluiIiMr to private dls-
eaers sent In sealed enrelpe for two stamps.
No mutter how difficult or lontrstandinir yonr
esse may be, lf eorahle, after a personal eiumlnrv
inn, tney will frankly tell yoa. i(ememreritiey
have cared mnnv eases srlven u:by other nhvM-
Patients trerUH he mntl or rxprew, rnt where
powlhielt fs best tOTl'eit Ibo city for personal eon-
sultatlon; or address
Girard Medical Institute,
No. 172 Second Avenue,
I Africa p
POWEIiFULaad EOfOMIOAL HE AT ECS,
Jama A. Itwwa, PateaUw,
' THE3 THE WORST
.-.: Cno to Twenty Miautos.
NOT O'iZ HOUR
r'c .si'm-.a n im i-aim.
It wm tl "ft ami I"
The. Only Itili Itommly
ht iMan:y rtnellieni.. McruruliliK I . ")
lnftrtiii'ali' H. it t cutv Coi ir-ttrt!, whfllwT at
th l.un-, ST.imn U, llol5, or Wur f'juuUot urgzu,
lY 'e !": li :t.
IN Kit" .'I u.NR TO TWENTY IfrN'CTM.
Xo mallT .('T Tl .knt or tacrncntliw tli Klin Ilia
t:Hl;!'Ml! '. IV l-rlilii-n, li.llrni, 'rtpll, ?"
V'K'. V ': u' r ( run! rut -tt wttliu !.; may mi:o-r,
rtAsJWAY'S READY RELIEF
1 T. I' t, Korm I VOTAXT EAS. A
r-rji-.! nv of TUB Klt!Mr.V. w
JH.M-t.TtiM OF THE KI.ADDER.
co.MiKSi ii im ok thk l.rr;r,3.
HEADACHE, TOOTnA,-.. RnECJ4TISJt
cfir rnn.iA ah cm i.T.s.
T!ieiiilic..ti"u of tho ICeady Relief t" the r
or part where tho ii-iil M uiJkully eiau 'B affuol
Twenty amM In lu'f tumMer ef water wl'l In a
f. mi.m-nU rum ( RAMI'S, CfASMM It
SIOMA' U. IlKM'.THI ttV. BVK IIEAhA' HF,
111 AKIiHKA. IlY-E.NTKIiY. I dLli: WIND M
lllli B.MVKLS. n.lall INTERNAL PAINS.
Tl jvi-i-rt nil. u' 1 nlwuvj curry a Uollle of Kail
T-av'n R-MV Rrlicr with them. A fcw ilru..m
w-'U-r l.l i'-.-Vi-;r n.-Mii-Mi or liiilno from enwifo r
ciin. It islKUr !iia K re .tli Uraoil or liaur a
":al'J"VF'EVKH A ABI E.
FEVER AM An I'D turi-'l t"t ty ceut. Tliera
l in a r-ni- ill .1 aji-i li. Hi'" wrW wl'l cura
Fever wA As'ie, nnil all other M!rton, Itllioii.
fv-:ii! . Tvj.li.ii.l, Y'-llw. ami other Koven jiWIJ
KVDWAVt FILL) o rii' at KAUWAYM
KliADY KEUKf. KlfijretuuoerlKiU:. bold by
HEALTH 1 BEAUTY!!
f-oo .vi) rrrtR ni'-n rr-oon-if.
Ws'AfF V FI.KSH AND WKfOllT-l'I.EAH
.NI UKAUTIH-'i. COill'LkXlO.N bt-
tu:.i:u u all.
OR. RAD WAY'S
)f MrH;THfiMi-r AvT'lMMIlMH t Kf S
S I'l' K.S.) UAI'IK ARK TIIIC IIANI.KJ
,' ,.t K (iK THIS I KLLY WU.NDLWLI.
rr.'.n -isb. that
Every Dcy on Increoea In Floeh
end VYefght Is Goon and Folt.
Til II QBEAT LIiOOl) TUUJTlF.n.
.;.-T .'r p .f Hie PARSAPAB1I.UAM RE
F'.' il.Y KN T co-iiramit.Mte thr"ii;li tfic l!lvd. 6wcr.t,
Kir," Tit (tlK-r CuMa Bi.dJnM.rt of the rf nn tin
i .nn T! if.i, fur It r-ini'it lii cf il,e lly wltu
a.l "ii it nmti.ji.tl. Kcr-fula, yidilh", for.-K-i-.-tt'r..,
(iVoi'tnVir di-on . t !rr In the Thrput,
.!...itii. tNiuiom. N .! in ' e filamla nail ether nrta
i f the sVKl'iii, H -ru tv. , K.-nmoun pi-rliuic-l riirni
t. y.rl tl... nrt t in t .f Bli tHeaf,
r,;;. . K-v.-r ft-n-s, p-iSi l;i:nl, K.n ..nil.
.-.,.; i: . -.-1, E.-liwtut, At. -.1 : Ss-t.1, V orti.t
in l!,e I'l 'i, T on"!, Cii-eiM 1. 1 t!.e Wiinih, ai-d
i li ivt-V- ..!r ftl:d pn'.nfiil lt;-i-;.a-ri . N'cbl tv-n-nti,
1....-1 a r.n, i-l a.l w-.'ti-i or liii loe pr'''";-';,
n. ir.i';;u the o-.;r.ltlv r.T ; IM- wowlt-r of M.'d
i -n ClKiiiiWrv, it. I f-w o-1'' 'd I"" "
:-.iv nv .-in o-'n - It f.r r't! rt .th-K fj-itia of tltseau
i :i i.nt rio-..'t to cir: t; r-i.
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rt"-1 n'l 'tn.iwi rf-Ti-.ti l! :.l;l-"t I- 'i i-rii.-M-rrUnt!.:
.ra-.ni, i' i' ' t-'1 a l.i:-'K-; out it
u m. .i'y f -ii i " I -r
Kidney ft ninflrttr C orr)Ir!lril,
I' rv. .1 I tY..V i . !-.. linivi-l, l'.li-1-N
t-..' ;. Si . i--t:j t' V.'' r, I .irT.t .irrce of I rine,
li-i ; il' 1. i - A'.U '.'.i 'I'.rM, t.i.'l in a'i rtMt where,
tli ' r.- liri.-'..t -t - or r c -tir i tl.-ti,
t. lil.-l . i . 'i f tvrl 1. ti.e ulii'f Lf 11
' i '-, or l.;:. .t!i 1! .h..e k .i i i;vr - la n inirMt.
l( lil'i". rTi-- , I lii-:.-:lilt lie-
wh 'T l.l.'. It a 1 lie..:..l. i":i-.i''K n" '-
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f.: . .ii,i. :.: ,
Ttiryeic oT 12 Trr' ;rOTrt!
Cured t-f BsJf.'ftj's Keaolvcr.t.
1 . . I.. M... Ji.iy l.
r. p.ti!rif!l-.f : ! .. -i i -i- ' ri-i
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su ra it;.. L:. -r
iy ririti-J nii'i p'ri-ct pimi.
t . sn stl'-i.i'i-n.
r:r of ,l iliirrt..n i.t thfl
K ,11-m.s biu-'ir, Nrr-. I."?
1 fi-tilation, -tivi"liM,
I'.... ,:'t, iw, r.:!n:i f'M-rr,
- ., l'LI-v, ni-tl nil l!T-.i,;-e-
r.nnnKi! t" c!lr' ' a
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ANUS AND DUILU1NG LOTS.
liuilulng lots in the
Borough of Somerset,
Eligili'.y llu.itei!, an-t
Faniiii Mineral ml Ttote Ms
In Tariims seeticas of Snovrwt enua'r, f.ir sale
ON ACCOMMODATING TERMS.
A portUm ef the land arc
Others are nnlmproTeJ.
Are fiittnJ on sonic of th'ia. of fclr irnnlltyanil
quantity. For tenns, te., call on or ailitress
Ansrnrt ST, Tl-tf. S:imerfK;t, l'a.
SUUVEYIXO, CON VE V A X
JAS. Ii. CAITIIF.K,
DALE CITY, : : : MEYERS DALE P.O.
All bn!ne cnlmpte-l to 111 rare will be prompt
ly nttenld to. The Airfny fix th pnr-lmsMir
mile of all kinds yf nui csuitu taken ou mier.te
If ASl-FAOTt RERS A5D JOBBERS Of
BOOTS t SHOES,
Xo, 4S5 MA1JKKT ST., rilllADKLPHIA.
NO. 87 WOOD ST., nTTSr.fnGU,PA.
July 10, Tl.
quo use &, sinitr:s,
Mcnuftictwrrrsof all prudes p'"
At'rtiilon pnr!li-n!arly a"kirl of JoLlv-r.
tf-Oricrs solicited by 11 lI.Marli:l!.i!ritLg!s;
Somcrspt, l'a. my. 8.
T1i oMrst ami mnst r"Ihi'-lo Iiurl:u;in forob
alnltis a Mernintilfl Kiituwlnn.
I'neilcttl l.ufini'ss mcu as inslrtjitrrs.
For Innirmvlon. write f.-.r acir-ui.tr u 1. DVFF
k SONS, Pittsburgh, l"a.
Wo will r.nr h.tsc and fbnrarl any r-rtl !o
IttASFFACTrRi:!) OR P.OI.D
In tins dty at the lowi-. rat's.
Parties In tits ronntrr wishir? to rittn-tinso I'l
anns. Organs. Siwina r-laehlnr-s. Onus, Itoviilvers,
Nur'i'ry Stuck, Jewelry, Furnl'orfi. Mi!iinry.
lIarlw:fcro, IttHirs Notli'tis, ltooks.StatKni,ry, S-til-illcrr.
t'anf!liiK". DrrGooits, fci.. will 1I0 well
to iH-nil to ns. All irnods wiillw cti'--n with a tIw
to eonmimy, as wll astas'e arid Btness, and boxes
rirparkacra forwanliil k-y Fjtprrs to any part of
tne mntry. Alt oners j.n inp-.iT atten-tc.t tn, ami
KktlsTaailon troantntcej. Ail-lr- w,
PITTSni'Rfill Sl ITLY CO.,
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
Stair Rods, &c, &c.
K Full and Carefully Sclecteil Btook.
DOVATID, HOSE & CO.,
II FIFTH AVEMJF,
i..iin a:e trfi Ttits f ancv Dnnk.
t i . ui 4kw R-nrt, hi-Uev, Troof Spirit and R-sftin
1.: t :rr r! v-- 1, 'it J, :ij iwectei.e't In please he
'. ri!l 1' Tii'i," " Appctizer,M " Uestorerm,"
.t. , t.it It i:;t'ir on to rfruii!(enfe and ruin.
u;tt n: i tnifi Mcti.ci-c, Rtade from the n.ifiv root!
,-t.d he 'ir.1 i! t rriii i. (rcf. frmn a!I Aicubolic -Stimutan!,
l .u -- i!f i -.t Ii it. I'unfier and a I-ife-iTinf
i::u p f, V -r:Vrt IVi:ov.iinr and InioraTfr ol 'the
Svi-n. c l.ryi n-T a ! f.-.rrif.ii mvrer ami retoticg
l;i .1 1 1 1 Itr.riliy C r:.d tiun, ennthinj" it, rrfreshmf
ii d t vv'ur.':-!! ; tio.h iii'r l i;dl dy. Tlw'r are easy
oi ,i i nut.' :r ''ro-n.-t iu vr acton, certjm in their
(.nn -., i. -aiA tK.i !' in a' I fif ni (if d:.ie.
IS ir : n cars UVa tlicso Uilter acrord
... d iv.t -t;. a; i rrinVn unwe i, prorided
i.ist r" i a :t :rtrtvi lir ntinfril poin or other
ft:e..ii v. 1 i.t : vti tff: 4 ted Ixytr.d lite puint
r.t r-r -.
ii M;irprt IrnVrr-iHon. ITf.irt.uhe. Pain
i'i the Sli.-. u' '. C'-t'S1-', T clMr f the Che- t. Iia
ixr, S Kri : titon r.( li e St'tmnch, Had TMt
iti i!..- Mm;!, fM'. A:t.V F ilp.iann A the
ii -..'.!. J 'l.i",.'.t 1 1 -n f i'i"" 1.'!'.. 1'eiln in ihe rrjt'onot
t; e S. i -'. i I a -d t--''nr v-jintul urnipfonin,
t .t t -r..-n-.i.i. In iliese coinpi.niit
t !i . ; . i . , : il f sj'.j: -. provte a !jc:ier jtur
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d.irK C"-':t v-r.- nti (cr r. -!i -1 . Ii ''us t tk-,e
'.rti t r.t l'n wnm t:i-t t Tic Ctrit'i";
l'.; Ytvrr. an l r't'::r : i.-:t.: :t ; i'.t .i! i. i.t a." .:
of iie d :: ivc t""! '.
Iifl y.iY-a .'', I !-'.itt I il i:ir:.i:i n', 1 - t UI i il At '
f?cti'i-O d S.t, . lJ.e S K.-f.
etc , r-". Ii ."-c. ;i t'i .1' .t'rr .!! t: ii I)
Cis Vf Ki :"s ViM!; tit I'lTT:'.-; L.ive -.Ifivn lUy.r
preat cur.iltve pojret - in iu; i ti s; ; ..nc .1.1 I
Or. WrtlkcrNC'aliro:-'!!. 1 Itic ir IJ! II era
aci fn t!t t ti:? cisr-i iti i ;n...:i ., fr. j.,- purityin:
ihfi U t!t -v rtfm.va lliu c m-, nt'! !v r-r- viiis war
lite aTrctfd r.f:vs It . I ;. !.:! 1 i' i il ti;--t;t cure
The iniprH'-- t.: :,-. . k-k ink-". u
VirTV.n a - A.tetitMtt, i.. n . : .rt.l i " n hi:m.,h .c.
Nitinti'MK, f. n n.r Dinvt. S-dt i , l.'.nm li r;
Lini. S'dii:ic. A in.i ii--, i -1 A i; 1 ;
The Apet-ipiil ,t i r-.1 I.i-.is-e rir.n.-nl'-s n
Dc. WAi.KKit's ':si'i:t Tirr-;: 3e tl.: I'Mm'-.-cnrd
in ail t. f'(" c:': d me -Miini ivcr-.
thir i.).Mii.;C. Iir.ii.i.-;, a .d f...di n-s pr.,t.-n ' .r)Wt
(lis li:i:nor t.l" i .:i. --t. I 'ic'r S i: vc ; e;
a. .a m tin, nr. :: t i, .n..t u.r
e;t'i;-r frfii ir.'l tmi.i i .: i, c i- c- ::n r r.
liie i?m. i'iir:r ii'ic T r; .-i. i on ilie ;.!
nrv correctiii a.rl rcri".it:ti t. fi."V itr 1 h -:i
Atiti-Hitn:t r-?T! i'i-; Iii-r. i'( !:ic slhic-
tun mi bi'tf, a'l t: ci . i - iU.i.o U nv -.''a -,
a".d are ti;r;.r to ,i 1 : ti .i t .r t r: c i i--U:i'-i
Tfr, Vcr r I A . i-.
Kartifjr the lr ly n; ia-. iT'.Hrar. ; -..r-fy;:i
all US fa: ! m. V... r. .x liTi..:: N.i '
(Teroic can tiUe I ' J ( r. ? , .i r .; . :'.r-. ir.t;c.!. 'I '.v:
liver, the enmnclt, t'i i i d-i.;-."-. a:: I i!n
nerve ire r-;ntl:rc 1 i. a :!... ;-;.',: ti un;
orant. Olreellaan.-T.e -?c V.'::--. m -r!: - :1
at ni ht from x h i!f tn ; an.l -wi; i i t n r '.o-.rii'i
Eat good niHiriiin-; iy t: i a h---.' ;:vti:, i.i;;tton
c!up. venivMi, i . t a :d vi- dj a:d ti'-.e
ottwi.ior cvrrc-. T'i-.y are co'ii-'-i ? i-nrr'-y y-ici-able
inrf hi-.i:, " 1 cn-iM.n a- p..it.
I WAI.KKK, rr,: r. It if Mcl) A!.01 C(M
'iy.u-'.sl - .-".. - t:.:'.i-.: ...
:0A- i 1 !. t-M'i. - N"!' ' :! r
Aw.. . . "
This Infrrmrr,t is cspcrialTy tI.-?iu-.-d fur Mm
p'.'i-I-.'Ct r.M'jjIi-.auou t f
z'.zz'z CATAr.n:i rrr.izsv.
It l Cii! ott'r firm of lti-.ntiwrttt y-t invn t-.!
v i: il v. !i.r:i I'll il r-.i'iiii in.! can be f:n'i ii d hit 't 1 . '
: 1 1 CV-.i"' to all I'Pi: - tif tlu; at'ertvii 1
1 ii in--nrv. mid V.iq ci.aiiim-r c;r cavil ir n , .
1 iimitalin therewith, i.i w Ix i It s-ire nrit ri'i -:
! -eijiieiilly c:Nt, a-t'l fnn-i vh:i-!i tlier-ilarrl-ali'..
t .iui'.:e L'.-!ic:niy p'-ore-'.N. 1 l:o tiar.t of nice,- 1
in Uwitisii? C-:a r(t lien tx'"r.j a; : n Inrc: .
fro:a the iiiio.i-ltiiiiry tr cj'ij ir-r rrmpi'.ici to
t'lt rsviln-a an 1 e!ia :tiIfti fcy uv.i cf tl;e irri
ti try nn'titn.-!. This ol-t:tcie in tlie wsy of .r
f s-:i!i7Ci!n-i isruh-rty tvert -orre bv f.ic inVrmirn
tf tlf IMf-bo. Iunin?ttt'. i: -tlnwn M!e fltlj
it enrricd ! its rwn aeia' t. (nj tpi!rrr. forcing tr
pumpi.rg b:in.j ttquircii.) i:p ci: iin;"l tn a fuil
Li-i'.tir if.rri.ij Mfpii toll e Iii-Ir-M pottic n pf ti 5
n-ti.tl jw-S!ir.f.ai ii'tocMl tl-rn i-.M.vc'nry.
et:! :it!ilti- nml -V:3ntlicrs coimcrriti tiit-rctt it!',
:i IHo.'.sc'jIcf tiiecppositorcsir;!. jtsnse Is lilt-as.
t.it, ti -I sa !!;!. lint n t tl tan r.i:(ii!!.u d
:. l-':tTI niKl rtplltH lIrrlioi ac-.-iTt
t:i:iy car!! itriiia-iit. Wli n K-i ti witii ti.ij
; 1 . :r;i::t. Dr. ba-.":" '.,tarr'.t I'i n-.ci'v rrrra re
r.:.t a::a;k cr Colt lu tlso Ucad" 1 j
siy:tiltimiof Clnprl:. F.-crrct Iv.rt!
riiiciiarj:e failing ii.tu thiMit, pt.n .--.iirt-ii j-rc.
f.we. wati-r y, tliiik ninrus, ptirukr.t. nVnpire. ir.
In others a itryncss, dry, watery, wuk cr tiTanifl
res, atopinc-rnp rob!tm:iioiicf i.a n! pitferr,
rinin? jj ern, deaftics-, l.atikiri; tr.d ttn-hir
In cl--.tr tlinut, nlcai-ationa, :,! s f:Tin 'nrr
toica altered, una! tttan, t irrhe l.nalh. Ini
paired or tiial doiirivniinn cf '.uc rf tni-il at ;1
ttte. tiinin", mental !oprcioa. !-s .f tin
I 'e, 1:1 :!i ration, viihrtrd tnt "i'. tifL'.irrm. n.
Ouira fivr of V.wv syirp.ir.a arc l;kciy t.
: presetit in a-.y rt-a at ot'u t'.n-.r.
Dr. Sail's rntarrli IJ-fnrrJy, r ! rt
.-Jwilii Dr. Pi-.trco'i Kasrl I:on Iir.
t : I acompimied witli ti e cr.iiti!iitioi.al tn .':-
-:it trhtcU l rT.-i-it.iiivK'il in ti 0 jn.ir. l.ii ,
.it WT.tp c3i?'i butln rf t!ic liemnir. iigr .
t rjitiu-; fr tliis lruthmo iira-t, erd I'
--.';).: -jt-.irti.Tors, in 5iH.1l laiiii. $.CIs rctvn -
.- 1 c;i-e tn can not r;:rc. Tho I!( mtiiy i v
1 t ! pW--j:il to 'tsc.rrr. !:-.' irrr.o st.-(.rL'r'rt.it
il 1: C.r piiisoi-s. 'i ll . i!;;: :'u fiBij U , ,
i.1 ct-n:, I..'v!,o at :) ri-:., by n 11 1
r v. ;. ' i- ii.j -:-ii lipi, "(i,
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W -A. 1ST TED.
Amtiioari IJalton Holt
James Espy, Gen'l Arent.
ForVi'etern P.v.r." !vnnl: an Eastern Olii.,
Ofht, ITS IJbor S p!i-t. l'ittsl.itnrh. Pa.
L!'i r..l Ituluccnu t .C jrod t c un:y an lli
clitens nu. 'jo.
A M '.fr. wtiltri a white fit-llr. rleM m. rat
olTaml a holn in tti lft. tame trsspnssing on th
premisfls of tho aurtaerilter In S.jtni-raot township
ahuut tho ini.Mic of Junn. Tho owner will pleaan
oomo forward, pay ehant-i. pmro pn.puny aud
take him away, or be will be !! aeounlinsr to t iw
xr-i , JOHN M. K1MMEL. '
ISP - rr
I Iff -tfaoia'.IH
war w v u. . . "
Bq-,U and Sl.oet.
Inrrr t', c. il-5
sail d jt
' Brpeefur.y Itif fits Jli e. i -.it of T i: ' r.-f -in !
ba.ndir!(enrul,tnth? L:.a ti r iiKr-iSne..
In the Hew Buildina en If.i'm Ci033
win i a
.(;.uu).t ii tbn Ki- 'Hi -! 5 ;t t! f. n j.-i
n i is j n-j ir. -l t. fnrrii..f( f ; n '! ' u - r -iiiiijjc
jx.TJiii(i:; U Ii ir line rf b't.-tii .
at YKiii i.ow i';:rr r:s.
lie will ki ep ev.;!ri!lr . ti biinl :a ! Is ir-;iar- ;
eJ tu tiiak'.- lu .rt!-r .in ti'.ort tt'iii'--'.
Ken, Women and Childrsn,'
n:il ami ,i.raiti.ir,M.. tp rii the :iir. ."'ii "-r to u.e
tiniii.:.-t tr-a-l r.ruu. ilie l.i.ii-V.i!i iur.ii.ii -
II A L.MOHA L,
AM) LASTING .MATLi fAI.S. 1
i Ad I of tfce tn-rt f;if!.Ji n.-.t.It! s;;, !. s.
, in"urB a ;r i-i fit uni sit i.:1-:a- ;i..u t
all who c:.iy j;:ve him a mil. i
! I!i-is lm .n-iar . to lnr.ti!. sli'-rnf; k :ri with
i a csipii.l- It aMkrtict nl of
! OLIJ LKATJillll. !
Kir, ca 1. 1'.
AMI .Mt)I'.!l C( . ;
A I..t i, !
Lasts and Shoe FinL'irgs
j if fivrj- kl:ir, wlikliiri;! U ni U.t I c-.;.
I fiJ-All kin-Is -f n-iuirin i!i,r-i n t.!-r n -ft'C
j lif In... l.y k- in,' a Lritc au I t"-i-i k. t-v
s-iiintr at the .. .. irii- an I l v f.ii'r
I ' lntr na-i strift :.t!-i,:i. u to l u-im r?. to ri'i-i ive
I 1 UN i-l T: ir-ol yu: In- ,.,tr .11 -u,-.
t njr.H. -.)-, f. n.f. i.k;:kits.
Grocery rnj CD.ifictionsry,
We -?;." to lu;..rm tl.e ) t" f th ,-i.mmu-
! ... ..." :'-':.( ir.c-ry .mi Cm
.ii 1. . 11. i. ii:--ii.-r. t-i.. 1 1 :: v
I H:.n.c-t II-.Rf. nn t have tunic r:jiin' ii-'ad ii'i. n
I '"'lif !if'!.v filHf K.r-Ic .::. W e I'M all tb
i licwt Iir.iuit of
j FJH E.
; AXD JIKAL,
I Rii r; svki rs.
y. ola ssls,
A i'l LT.s,
i LAVr.iNti ex r;; acts.
I'iiILD AXDCANi:i FF.l'ITS.
COALOIIj, TOJSAf ('!, CItlAKS.
t;i ( KI,TS, Tl liS. ie.
All kin Is Fri'u, l;-::n i c union -CAMUS,
FASVY CAKES, l EilFCV. EiiV,
AM) TOILET AKTICLES,
COMKS, i;i:t'SIIES, SOAP, Jte.
Al an a.-s- rtinf tit of T- vs, i:-., t rthi- li'tlc
II y.-n w.-.nt anyr.Mr i? In t'.c Ca i rv ao ! Con-fi-cii..ai
ry line cill at
Davis' Cheap Grocery,
OPP -SITE Til E liAKXET lif.CSK
HATS AED CAPS,
Leather end Sh?2 Filings.
Ta ke riltnsnre In dttUnx the ai!T.:!.'n uf 'tio ep.
ken of S.imrrs.-t and wi.-ii.iiv ti the (;i -i th tt lie
h is enMi a atfre in Ms r. .i ii-m-.-on I iiii n s ruvt.
no-re mere will :iiw.ivs l.c kept jii luiul a mm-ple:eas-.r.meiit
Boots and Shoes,
Of Extern and hnttic mur.nfu'vnre, alurenu'
wtll ::s?nt-ii.-l stM-k of
And a itre.it rarii-ty of
!.oaihcr an.i Kho 3inIins
Of ail tin's.
TL to is slso att.v h-! tu ll.c r j r.
CiSTOM-MAIH-: Ii4)()T t siiui:
n'iili X. I!. S.YrER njrmirr and fi-.trr. ivMeh
Ime is a smlM-teni su.-tr.uut ih it nil work ra.t.le
up in the shi p wiil nut ut: ht the f.-et nf runt., m
irs t ut tint only t!:e !h-s. unti-ri ii will be used
un 1 ;he
'Vi!I lie employed. The pttMie ar, r. pv'!uMT
Invite 1 to r.ill uu 1 rxaitiiiw Iti aiw'u.
s p.B, '71.
DALE CITY, Fi,:n.rt Co.,
Artlli-l il Tei-th. wiirnnte,! to be uf the ve.rT twt
litiiity. Lii-j-like and li:in 1 une, lr-rted in the
it style. I' ir ieiilnr atn 1111. u rni.l tu the pre
rrvatli n of te nuur.il t.-e:h. These winhiii to
,.,.-ii:i nn- u-11-r, raa uu s- py enejinir stamp.
A Hin es as aisiTe. Jt'l'J-7i
O ARRETT, SOMEESET CO., FA.
Earnest, De!p & Camp,
a x r en fstx ttlttmpkr. Hiru
K A W Ell N n S II V ET SI! I f ) LFS
AN 1 I'LAS TEK l.N'U LATH.
"Cut to a bill" at short notlr
Order from lumber denlcrt promptly fltleI at
w iMiit-wtie nori. atlir. p, Tl-tf.
JOHN WILSON & SON,
us W, Ti
; Il.ren,,.. n l
: J ar.-c ktu ( ,,,.,., , ,
' 1 ' '',. i i
i Vit'r'm Tor r i f
Fall and Wmto-
And Felt Over &J $
MKN A.M V.(,y
r I J j a 5
E f "y V) ff ; T A
, ,ft-J? 6 5 3 1 1 JJ Ii'
. . " 2 - 2 t tj..,
j tj ' i-
:Eoot3 and V-'
i JIAT3 AND C.a
Und'-r'.'iv'lLii! r-r A,'.
A. ) ' l .1
A l:irir? ? ,
Iv trie iTarr?'' r-rs ti
I Prices as Lev a; :
, v - 3, ii. -j i 1. Il
- ,.r.T,T c yf.T -rr.T r i-.r......: -b
. Dr. K
1 T TO , A
1 " tit- of l
JOIIn K.YUKIR 'k
: T'.i An ii S p-i-'. mi. .:!.! :!. k. ...... .. a
I an-1 8:ii Sr -rts. S-.-ui L Si . . ; 1
em Ef i:te:: ami . n i f t: :
, in-. iiui l-.o -.4 b
Wholesale er.d r.;: :. iw i
liarlna; iinr-ortl a Ti-ry 1 .,u . - - -' l I
si.r mmtut all th-5 jlirr :n' kta-:-f E .- 1 I
linn iurn s in Eurit. w- ui.i r
ri-ailt r.1 of tl.j.o mi r to rail ati ! j..
.r:n;i-nioi r:in y turi. I u
I UU! ' : - TT' . ! I
ni ir.t tiiWi'B C-i.li pri--
.so xitu'rviir.m-iita; us tot-tli-; s.i.. -. a-
FEUS ALTKliEl) A.VIi Uia
t.RfBs-.-m r sli S: r.-. Tl Ar a S . (
w. w. sx t.iL:-.
SI C1IJS' US TO STl TiM A
KeiT Icarc So to V? Fu!n .a -:d '
Ihcy will r.ii:it tt nT;!v w). .: v
ihfir lino t-v K'TOI'Th. i'.ni; ir. Ii r-.
tcniin an.i MaiiUi K'tup'r? g-u rV.v.
FOIl COOkIX'J AX! IIKAT i
It the. mi st ! sirriM." kin '.. wi.i i i.e..:-"' . f
a:. fiUlc-l to sivj cat.ro ?.-.u-... .i 11. '- J' f
Vt'i'l un hiii.
r 1 v
jtir the virions f jlt-nw b?t adapiei '.
T" f mr F.inners. wirrantetl to give J
1 i-.e ianr nnmriir aln'.ii:y in ns-ttir-j. -in.i
the rt-,.iiiii;ir ei un. i-s. and a sr.i . -
rr. n.s. " t
nix ui-Hiitiiij, urn a fun.'jt'Ul n-ur:!.:- w
CAE WHBEIi KT
Fur Minincr. Lnmlvrins. T!:ii!r -: ii
of thi? tin s: a-pr ireiijKt:eri-s .;ti 1
mailt: to vn.vr tu sli. rt n.i
(MUST AND SAW .IIU. I
Mi!.i,rr;M LKs s w ; r
a xt 1 fk ict k :' 1.'. 5
IRON KAILIXG, BAUN'XIES
Window and Doer-:
Tue' K. sa IHroci. aj.il tl.n '-i'a ' r v "s j,'
nOLLO'.V WARE, s.'- ;.
, r T
For all Ike uiffert nt FWw tfe.: b i a
ATe s.ro the anthoriie.1 s-.n rc " ? fj
SPEAR'S AXTI I'VST FAKL0" s X.
In U-is eimri'y. ?
Wt sen, at wianarae'.ari rs' prl"'
TIIE SFRAOI""E MtHVEK.
Titri:rsTsri:H.rWT-''- i i
THEItiSTIIOKS:I:; ? C
Ami Agrknltnral Imi.lt m.-!i"K!vJ' j
tVe Iti.ne to wierlf a eon- u.usn 'rKn t
liberally extca.kd te tfcis JT w
Dnr prices will te filr an I j
O. UABVET fc CO.
" urKV' i
C7 EXCHANGE TLACE.
Ubeml euh )! $
room iiraBptiw aaue,