i 1 Ic 11... -ft, 1.1 len f ll.n Oil, ,.f A! IV
TT 1 J We print tin roeK "cvrn" vj " ia: --.
mi.-. CwirkTctof HOrAin . !;. ..fthe Herald to allow tluwivet iiv hiditwo-ihintaof onrto-n s
1 lit? OUiilOl OOU m-. ; - to wml ,o their Iriea. j th, nfBA,t, Ifrbrncnt w
June S, IC1 ! w
rithnnt ArrivtaR tlii-nw-.m f this num-;
nm I. ,t at nnr rifTW till in llllCrl
ht on our new type an,. iro-. j wrapi " nuny ior i.iuinK.
.. i lt .i..ll..ra
Wit ncarii.rtv nuiuuvu v..
Ur. W'm. Cu.is8honenf lb fr,,n'
rmnii in the jni! its a dental office.
Tub Telegraph office ta tVP""',e
i.U nre of A. J. Colborn. on M
Tmose of our nulwrriber o
will find our office in tbe residence r IA.
Scull, on Union rtrret.
-now .rethe mi?l.tr fallen." We are
now usinp Sculls' wood house for a prv
The Pnmtrrat occupies a ratall frame
l.uiKli"? n,'r 'be resident of Ed. Scull,
a, printing oflit.
An Kkkitkr has started a new gro
vry and eonft-ctionery cstablWhmcnt in a
r.iti aJjoining Honford't Drug Htore.
n Vii i.kr'h Drue and Bonk "tor i
now in the building formerly occupied by
'has. Kininiell hk a tinner abop.
Mkhhrs. N. A. Banner A Co., are now
.-..inl ine the ('fitnniiMUoDen' office in the
Court'llouse, as a twnking room.
W 11 Coffkotr hasa liandHOWH niom
on the rite of bis old dwelling to lie listed
for the present as a furniture room.
Mp.nnr.. H flh v& Uro.. now occupy a
room in the dwelling of Wm. Heffley. on
Isaac Simpson has built a shop on Patri
ot rt'rert, near the site of the old one, and a
liven- stable in the rear of Lin old dwelling
ArsTiX Df.nmson has his saddlery es
tablisbment in the same building with Bly
iiiyer' Hardware Store, one. door to the
From seventy -five to one hundred sub
w ritiers have nobly come U our relief.
Nine handsome pianos and sixteensew
inp machines were lost by tbe fire.
('. & O. Holderbaum have now the larg
est and lu-st selected ockofg xdsintow a.
1k. Kimmei.l has built an office near the
sile of his old one.
t'Ai.l. and see us we are not hard to find.
('. & t!. Il.il.h rlwum's store is in th cen
tral mrt of tow n.
Mr. Di.tmyex's hardware store is again
iu full blast a few yards north of bin old
Vst. H. Picki.no has lxmght the old
Judpe Black proH-rty on Patriot street,
and will convert it into a hotel.
11. C. Uekrits has erected a store and
work -shop on the property of Isaac Hugas,
a few yards aliove his old stand.
Noaii Oasbkek has built himself a shop
in the rear of his old one and has again
(Jeo. R Pakkfu occupies tke basement
of John Ned's residence oo Union street as
plfK-c of business.
Caned fruit liy tbe halfdon-n or dozen or
full case at ('. F. lihonds & Hro.'s to suit
CorsTRT prHluce wanted at the Fam
ily tlroccry & feed store of Conk i Beerits
m Maine Cross Street.
Mi-ssrs Schelland Kimmell transact lioth
their law and lwnk business in one of the
jnn' rismis in the Court House.
Mi-iwks Knable and Patton will soon
start up business in a luilding erected in
front of their old stand.
V. B. Coffroth, Esq., has received a
lurjre lot of handsome and well made fur
niture from the city that he is selling at
very low figures. Give him a call.
As we were not sufferers by the fire, we
ran offer a large and better stock of dress
foods Ac, to the public than any other
firm in town. C. & (i. Holdrrbai'm.
E. V. Goodchild baa his jewelry era
Hrium in the office of Dr. BruWker, but
hetogethar with E. II. Marshall of the
People's Drug Store, will in a few days oc
cupy a neat little building standing in front
of their old place of business. Justice
Cummins' office will also be in t lie same
Family Grockrt. Cook and BeeritB of,
it.- pwi si invf onened out in the new
building on Ilugus' corner on Maine Cross
Street, lsooccuMed by H. C. Bcente shoe
store. In addition to flour grain and mill
feed, they have, a full assortment of gro
ceries, provisions, toliaecoa Ac, fresh from
tbe city, at reasonable prices. Everybody
rail and sec for yourselves.
Pktkr C. Mkturs and John Gnagy, of
Summit Mills, on Thumday of last week
sheared twelve Southdown and Cotswold
sheep, one year old, tbe yield of the first
one being twelve (12) pounds of wool, the
remaining eleven yielding from seven to
twelve pounds each. This is fact, and
we would like to hear who is going to boat
it. ii('6wrjr IndsptndatL
The Herald occupies one of the rooms
in the dwelling house of Ed Scull, on Union
stn-4-t, as a composing room, another as the
U. S. Assessor's office, and the wood house
as a press room. The Post Office in the
Treasurer's office, in the Court House. I
They can lie had at our office put in ""my wl '. nu ",c """"
i live o'nui i mir oi mini i i'-'111 -
We are ldly t-rippled financially, but have
lost neither heart, hope nor enterprise.
We bare purchased new materia and have
resumed Uie publication of our journal
Our friemls ran aid us materially in two
ways : first, if they owe us anything, by
jiaying it promptly ; second, by sending us
two dollars to pay a year's subscription in
advance. It is a small sum to you, but it
is much very much, to us, as it will help
to pay what we are compelled to buy on
credit, and will enable us to go on our way
with grateful and cheerful hearts. For
forty -five years the Herald has been pub
lished, and has laliored for the interests of
this people. It has been a faithful chroni
cle of their joys, their sorrows, and their
prosperity, a familiar household friend,and
we hope has been a much missed compan
ion, to lie heartily welcomed on its re-ai-pea
ranee. Our friends are assured that it
shall not be numbered among the things
that were but are not, if manly energy and
labor can prevent it.
Moxhay, June 3d, closed this school
vewr. Boards of School Directors should
meet, settle up accounts, fill out and forw ard
their reports to me promptly.
All the reports should be sent in by Sat
urday June Mh. Otherwise districts may
lose their State appropriation.
J. L. PUGH,
By the tfestrm lion of the office of Holier!
Lnuchton, Esq., in the late fire, suitors
and others are likely to lie put to some in
con veience and pcrhniis trouble, ashis dock
ets nnu papers were all consumed.
We are satisfied tluit the sdagc "lur:c
bodies move slowly" is not true, liecause
Cyrus Jfeycrs, Ej. , commenced erecting
a mansion on Jondav morning lut. and
moved into it at Tuesday noon.
We call attention to the advertisement of
England & Bindley in to-day's pajier. The
Files made by them are considered amongst
the liest in the market, anil their general
st:ick of Hardware and Cutlery is very-
large, and will be sold at low prices.
We advise our readers wishing to pur
chase anything in their line, to call on
them when they visit Pittsburg.
Among the manv amusinc incidents of
tbe fire, was one of a man knocking a bole
in the side of his house and then throwing
flower pots, Ac, out on to the ground.
Another is told of a gentleman who care
fully locked his account books up in a pri
vate drawer, and then went up strirs and
carefully carried bis fiddle out intotbe gar
den and covered it up to keep it from burn
The Little Corporal, for June is un
usually attractive in Stories, Poetry and
lectures. Among the leading articles are
The New England Boy Partner, by
Charles Dudley Warner, of the Hartford
Cm-rant: The Down Hill Principle, byJ.
B. T. Marsh, editor of the Ad ranee . and
Poems by Susan Cool id ge, Geo. Coojer,
Laura W". Ledyard. The illustrations are
numerous and very fine. Hereafter every
sulmrriher is to receive a lieautiful new
Chromo, entitled Cherries are Bijie."
Terms, f 1.50 a year, and 10 cents for post
age on Chromo. Address, John E. Miller,
Publisher, Chicago, Illinois.
The energetic and enterprising editor of
the Somcrsent Jkmcrrat deserves much
more praise than has lieen awarded him for
the successful manner in w hich he has pub
lished bis paper since the fire. Wecan as-
A Fatal Ekemy to Life. To live in
good health and enjovment is- one of the
greatest boons alotted" to humanity, and to
a limited extent it it ,-iaced within tbe reach
and government of all.
It will not do to say that we have no con
trol over our physical condition. We have
if we choose, ead it depends a creat deal
on the attention which we pay to the first
inroads of ill health. The Lungs have so
important a part to perform in the well-being
of the body that any disarrangement of
them should ciilist our earliest Care aud at
tention. It is well to know sometimes how
far they are diseased. Dr. Kevseu w ill
tell you this with almost the accuracy of
mat hematics.. Jiy a strictly etientitic in
vestigation the Doctor has enabled himself
to sound the Lungs with his Lung Sound,
so as to tell exactly how far they are dis
eased or impaired in their functions, and
w ith that more than w onderful remedy,
Dr. Keyser's Lung Cure, will restore the
system "to its wonted health and H:rfcct
working. Let the incredulous man try but
one bottle, and bis incredulity will give
way to a belief in the curative virtues of
Dr. Keyser's Lung Cure. It goes to work
by a gradual restorative system, and builds
up the system little by little until the w hole
form is restored. The cost is a tritle, f 1,50
jK-r Isrttle, or four liottles for f.1), taken at
one time. Send for Dr. Kevser 8 Pam
phlet of 32 jiages, by mail, if you want it.
Office hours every day until 1 o'clock,
and every afternoon from" 3 until 6 r. m..
and on Saturdays from i until 6 at night,
at 197 Liberty St., Pittsburg.
Tin bute of respect. At a regular
meeting of Somerset Lodge, No. 1X5, 1. O.
of G. f ., Saturday evening, June 2d, 172,
the followingpreambleand resolutions were
unanimously adopted :
WnEREAS, It has pleased Almighty God,
in his mysterious providence, to remove
from us, one of our worthy members,
Brother Alex Savior, therefore, be it
llttolred. While we huml.lv bow to the
decree of Him, whodocth all things well.
we feel that in the death of Brother Say lor,
we have lost a true and faithful friend, and
the order an earnest and active memlier.
llc$oltcd. That weextendour most heart
felt sympathies to the nfilicted w idow and I James S. Patterson, Pittsburgh
friends of the deceased, feeling that w hen 1 James Borlin, Greensbunr, Pa.,
we offer this sympathy, we do so with a full ';. K. Scull, Irw in's Station, Pa
realization of the loss, because of the w arm I F. Z. Sliellenbarirer,
intimacy existing lietwcen us and the de-
Prompt Li rkrai.it Y. The first sub
stantial aid furnished the sufferers of our
town after the great fire came from the
Boot & Shoe house of Mosclv Metzsmr &.
Co., 435 Market St. Philadelphia, Pa.
1st telegram as follows :
Philadelphia, Pa., May 11, 1872.
Messrs, Knable it Pulton : Draw on us
at sicht for ."00 for immediate use of
your suffering people.
3IOSELY, .METZOAR X J.
Philadelphia. Pa., May 13, 1872.
Mi:ssrs. Kimble iV Patton : Drew on us
for r.OO more for the use of your sufferers.
Moscly, Metzgar & Co.
Philadelphia, Pa. May 14, 172.
Messrs. Knable & Putton : Draw on un
for the third live hundred dollars.
Mostly, Metzgar & Co.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 18, 1872.
Messrs. Knable & Pattou : Draw on us
for $500 more for the relief of your suffer
ers. Moscly, Metzgar & Co.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 21, 1872.
Messrs. KnalileA Patton : Draw on us
for fillO more for the relief of your citi
zens. Moselv. Metzgar it Co.
Thus it w ill be s-en that this lila ral and
energetic firm forwarded within ten days
the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars for
the relief of our" suffering jeople. This
prompt and lilicral action iion their part
we think, deserves the commendation and
heartfelt gratitude of our distressed!- itizens,
and we have not the least doubt but what
they arc Unlay the recipients of the same.
from the many liouselesa and Homeless,
HTsons who have reain-d the reward of
..The linn of Moscly, Metzger & Co., is
one oi the largest liooK .v shoe esiann-ii-ments
in Philadelphia, and as such offers
inducements to the country trade;, which
can not lie excelled by any other house of
that city. We feel that it is no more than
justice to such liberal and lienevolent men
to urge even merchant in Somerset county
who deals in their line, to give them a
call when visiting the city, and we are of
the opinion tliat they will all Ik- suited in
both prices and material. Democrat.
Iil-lrli-tOurlof the Viiltctl
Fur t lie y In ftnkrtiitrT.
AVcsleni District of Pennsyl
In the innttcror Tvwl A. Turwr, Iiswkrupt,
Western Uistrlrt of IViinsylvalUn. rr:
A warrant Su Iiankruitey Ims lfn leaned hy
saiil Court suHlnst the estate i.l L-wi A. Turner.
i;f Uie puintv of Somerset. anJ sUteof Pennsylva
nia. In iull illctrii't. a.lju.Iiifi a ranKru nm
elillon l Ills on-illtors. ami Uie payment of any
iVlts. a.n'1 the delivery il any pmiierty heliKudnir
to sai l liankmpt to hlin ur to hinUMe. anil thetntna
I'er of any pmiierty ly hlin. are ferlil'lilen by law.
A tnuelina- or the enslilnrs "f suhl bankrupt, to
prove their ileiitR, uti I cliKe neir nrnre aiMlir
nees of his enate. will I hel.l at a ( 'ourt of llniik
ruplerlol hi Med at 03 l'ialiiond street, i'itta
lun.'h. in s.iiil ili.'iriet, ou the 11th day of June x.
n. 187'iat loo'clui k j. M . at the ollii-e of Saumol
Harjier. er., one of Hie lleirineni of Bankruptcy
Of Ml.l llirtrii-t.
t. S. Marshal as Messena;er.
?X ICC UXOR S NOTICE.
rlate of Nauiuel Toiler, late ot feliaiyercck
letters testamentary on the atmve estate having
Iwn )rrun!eil to the uiKlersifrtieil ly the pniir au
thority, those inli-hteil to it are nollhed to make
iiiimiHliutu piiTinrut, ami thoae lwtiiur claims
aicalnsi It will present them to me lor settlement
and allowawe, at the oltlee of John II. I hi, lu
Somerset, on Suturilay, 8th Jnne. IS72.
Estate of Christian Iiily. late of Jenner township,
fNomersei couniy, ueeeaseu :
Letters testamentary on the almve estate havlnir
lieen irrunlifl the urslcrslicueil hr the roer auth
ority, notice is hereby riven to those Indebted lo it
to make Immediate psvmcnt, and those havlnir
rlniuis ai(iust it. to preseut them, duly authenti
ented for settlement, to the underslinied at the late
residence of said dee'd on Satunlnr July lath,18Ti
5Et M(f K I.I j)Y.
tlEOKtlK W. MlIXEIt,
IvKi.iF.r Frsr. Contributions received
thus far for the llelicf of the Somcrsot suf
ferers up to monday morning the 'M inst.,
we give below :
Hon. I). W. Kow. ( hamla tvb'st, $ Hsl
Samuel Oaither, Esq., Somerset, Uto
H. T. Weld. Eq.. Mt. Savasie. KH)
Iledford County, jier o. J. Jordan, 34
Cambria County, er If. J. Rolicrts, I.IKXI
" " " J. M. CampU ll, 2,tKH
Gnrc:e W. Wilson, Pittsburgh, 2"
Youghiogheny Hank, Connellsville, I'.Hl
BrkL'c Co., " Hhi
Moscly, Metztrar & Co., rhiladelpliia,2."
A. II. Franciscus & Co., "
" for "Grac" "
Jose ph Home & Co., Pittsbiirh,
Cbrlin, FolliuslM-e iz Co.,
W. E. Sinurtz & Co.,
J. U. Harvey & Co., Ilathnore. Md.
CtimlTland", Md.. per S. M. Haller,
Hon. Jacob Zies:ler, Ilutler, l'a.,
sure you, that the men are exceeding tew, i csctL iK-intr. bs it were, a loss to our fam-
who would po to half the trouble and ex-: .. M to theirs.
Hon. A. K. McClurc. Philadelphia, .
James A. Ueaver.Ik-llefonte, Pa.,
MeClcllan, Uniontown. Pa..
II. A. Partlett A: Co., Philadelphia,
Vnfliiriil' SmitJt Si.liii-rMt fit..
Itemoerat sustained. Thouph our loss has , v f Iif(. wc nrp admonished tolals.r more ! McFarrin, Allegheny city,
lieen preat, we can't see that ourneiRbhors e"arnwtlv in the work we love to do, that ! Wheelwrisht. Mudi:e& Co., Utilt., Md
P. W. Shatler, 1'otisville, l'a..
iense to have their paper out on the reini
lar publication dav, after such loss as the
llfolrtd. That In-ine thus reminded by j
the death of our Brother, of the uncertain-'
has lieen less. .Mr. lion man lias our sin-1 i,i ,. n ..t,.r.,l tir,.
1)aiel Flick, Eo,.. has purchased tbe rere thanks for the cordial and hearty man- j JUnolred, That in remembrance of the
rctidcucv of 'm. J. IJaer, Esq., on Main J ner In which he extended us the use of the ' hap.- past'six nt with us. and as a stiecial
Mtwt, and intends converting it into a ho-1 Ihmorrat' columns and for the publicity ! mrk ,,( n-siK--t towards the departed broth-
he pave our apjval through his columns to j ,.r WP tllP (i1Hrt(.r f our ige in
t-l at en early day.
x the first 4pe of to-days purer will be "ur "'"Tlloers I"T i " " D'T U11H mourning for thirty days
- jifMrta, innt a copy
KIILIVuiTII "II . ' T I
found a full and vivid account of the fire.
Any of our subscribers wishiegcxtra copi
can wcure them by sending to our office.
Mil. Sa ykks of tbe Koss House has built
a frame dwelling on the site of tbe old ho
tel, w here he will ojien out business in a
Mh. Shki'I-kkson has opened Lis shav
ing ls m in a building expressly built for
that purpose, one diair north of i.lymyer's
cured the lws iin ut in W. J. Itoer's build
ing where th-y have again started in busi-in-ss
in fph-ndid style.
IHT ijtiality if sugars by lb. cwt., or
barrcll tM-ap for ca-1: at the Ybe Live iro
t rv in the basement of the residence of W.
The Live Grocery is again up the want
ot their usti nnr : a full line of choice prt
cries. U-st brands of tobacco and cigars in
A. J. Casf.iiekk i Co., ha ve erected a
large store riiii on the alley in
theirold placi! in which to commence bus
ims. It is to ! used in the future as a
i. are now under headway, and hope
in the course of a few weeks to have our
otliee in full blat. Hut we fear it w ill be
many a day until we can replace what we
H". J. Ptk lias a large lot of building
st. me. in front of tbe Barnet House, prepar
atory Uicoiimiioice building immediately, a
two story brick J welling for his father Sol
the sufuvriltera of the Uttnorrat will
to its rescue and
thoroughly enterprising editor.
i In the terrible conflagration of the SUh of I ft"'? Z"Km' 'rfM"fU' 1a
N. ... .i -f?...- ..r : H. C. M hinley. Dale (it v.
J. ColbTirn, in the corner rH.i of his ' Z L .a " - Kenne.lv, Stewart. CbamUrs,
. ... Tv llorliiiior 1'iittoiiwvilo I;i
The following attorneys have their law-
offices in tbe places named W. II. Koontz.
in the front rooni of the jail ; A. II. Cof
froth, in the Hex-order's office in the Court
House; 1 1. F. Scbell and J. (). Kimmell, in
one of the jury rooms in the Court I louse
residence on main street ; W. J. & II. L.
Ihter, in the residence of W. J. Iltu r on
main street; . 11. i osllcwaite, at lus
residence on Union street ; Samuel Gaith
er, at his residence on Turkcyf:t street ;
Val Hay, at his residence on Patriot street:
F. J. KooHer, in the County Treasurer's
office in the Court House; John K. Edic,
in the Pmlhonotary's office, in the Court
House; Cyrus Meyers, in bis new office
opMisitethe rcsidenceof Ed Scull, on Union
street ; John H. Ubl, in his residence on
Jiftolrtd, Thnt a copy of these resolu
tions lie submitted to Uie family of the de
ceased, and that they lie published in our
F. C. SAMPSEL,
W. R. COFFROTH, Jit,
L1LLIE C. ROBERTS.
Lautler, Hurst & Co., Irw in's Sta.,
Samuel Duuliitr, & Co., I'hiladelphia,
Most ly Metzgar & Co., ("ith)
A. A. Barker. Elx'nsbttrg, Pa.,
Hon. i. F. Meyers, Washington ciiy,
Thos. E. CiH'hran, York, Pa..
John G. Miles, Huntingdon, Pa..
L .Clearfield. Pa..
Hon. John Scott. Wahinrfon city,
Dr. B. Howard Rand, Phila.,
Hon. James Pollock, "
t . U. Matson,
of the heaviest lossers.
of twenty years lalsir were destroyed in as !
many minutes. Tbe office, though one of.
the last buildings to take tire, went like a
flash. Our hands, at the cry of fire, having
rushed down street, lmtame so engaged in
assisting their fellow sufferers, that the of
fice was deserted and bnrned to the ground
without an effort lieing made to save any
thing. Our account liooks are all that arc
h'tL In the ruins can be seen the remains
of our elegant steam ixwcr press, a quarter
medium joblier, a lieautiful little engine, and
pieces of that faithful and true old friend,
the athington hand press, that foreign.
We have just put in our office one of
1 j ' Cottrell &. Babcocks improved country j teen ycare did its work nobly and well. Of
therearofjlir( n hichby the way, we think are iiuriier cutter, our dry press, two large
the best country presses manufactured, and imHsmg stones, all our handsome stands,
the pearancc of the Hkkai.o w ill liear . dt-sks and furniture, a large lot of printing
testimony to the fuct of the elegant work j imper and stationary, files of the Herald
they can do. We have also set up a Bax-1 for more than twenty years, that no money
ter engine, which far excefds our other ' could buy, nothing can be seen. Sixteen
one, and everybody knows that it was a I hundred pounds of type lay under several
lieauty and worked like a charm. We have i inches of dirt and saiiil a shadeless mass,
also received a Half Medium Gordcn Job- j Our lossjs heay, and in some instancif
Iter, and are again prepared to do all kinds . is irreparable, lml we have not lost heart
of job work. We hope that the business ' and have an abiding faith in the generosity
men will call on us and see the style of : and liberality of our subscribers,
work w e can do. Our prices are as low as j It was our lxwst, pcrliaps that was wick
in tbe city. If our business mvu w ill jrn-! ed, liefiire the fire that we had one ol the
tronize us it will assist greatly in putting
us on our fret again.
I Ladies, York, Pa.,
A. H. Franciscus, Phil 'a.
Geo. E. Wavs,
Mrs. Clark, "
Mrs. Ash mead.
Samuel L. Cruitburg,
Mrs. S. L. Cruitzbtirg.
(KM Fellow, Allegheny city,
0. A. Morris, Yirk,
State Normal Sc hool Miller-ville
I-aac Simi-win, Es., was the first man
to put up new buildings after the fire. In
than forty-eight hours after the confla
gnition, his bouse was up and ready to
S HKi.i. A Kimmell, Bankers, will 1
found iu the tinind Jury Itcm, at tbe
( ourt House, prejiared Ui "attend to all bus
im as usual.
june4. '7i G t.
Geo. W. Bkkkhui has purchased the
DrugSMreof Sr-brork 4 KnepK-r. and now
dip. iisi drugR and medicines to the pub
lic from bis store in Aaron Flk k'sbuilding.
on main Mrect.
P. & A. Small,
J. S. Black,
C. B. Scott,
4 1 M I X 1 ST U A TO lt'S NOTICE.
lj.iiite of llcnrj- Gashaw. late of Somerset county,
Lcttcm of administration on tho above estate har-
lfitf been (granted to the undersigned, notice Is here
by iriven to those indebted to make immmliate pay.
incut, and thi'se haviuir claims against it will pre-
si-nt them, duly autlieulicateil lor seltletnentat in
late residence ol said deceased, on Saturday, July
i:ith,lx72. lmi J.unn,
Way trtlf, IST'i-jea. Administrator.
1IAHNED.SV1LLE, ROMEBSET CfJ., PA
The snbserllier Informs hli friends and the pub
lic that lie is now tlevuttnif hla entire time to tua
The first one ever started In the county, and Is pre
pared to furnish promptly all kinds of
Vines and Plants. .
HIS OOSNEITION WITH
KNOX'S PITTSUURQ NURSERY
The tarirest and most eomnluU In th t'nited
States, enables him to Kuarautea to bis customers
me choicest varieties and thrinleat a-ruvla. lils
rlcrs are lower than ever before. His resolve is
Boot and Shoes,
JJ00TS AND SHOES.
Harry C Beerits
' T A It II A XT'S;-
Dot to be outdoue by any In th Slat In iirtr or
iuaiuy. inese wonls will M msxleirooai lie will
personally eoti. lt orilers this fail, but orders ad'
nuality. These wonls will be made (rood! He will
Hi be promptly attended lo.
HARRISOX H. KEilPH.
dresiHMl as above
Sen.1 them In early.
STATEMENT of Httlcmeiitof the
yeareudliiK April Sth, l!7i:
Amount ol tax levied, II. I'lillli..i. :
- It. Stutriuan,
' " " H. I Yuuna;, :
" " J. Durr, : :
: I3 61
: 768 W
Amouut of tax cxiieitdod, I. 1'hlllipid, :
" " it. I Vounn.
J. liarr, : :
Amount !u the township for 1S7I. : :
Irom toruier y'rs,
NOAH S. M II, I. EI!.
ISAAC O. HAKKK.V.
(.'. M. SHAvr.n. Township Auditor.
Towusliip lieik. J-
ONE HALF UK
Saw and Grist! Mill,
Sltu:iU-d in the IKirouvn oi J unscsiown, v
uioreland eoiinty, l'a. For purL.-ulars. add rest
VounKsiowii, u estm'd Co., I'l
TtlI AMI l(EAI).-
I me of the irreatest a. I van-
11 taffes is now otlered In Tennessee and Keu
tuckv Emds. which have heen seUvte.1 by the
present owner with secial care as to health, pro
ductiveness ol soil, convenience oi r.iiimau an.i
river facilities, aud a thorough examination ol It
tics. These founds are now otlered at very low
nrlivs. to enable everv Industrious man to live -un
der his on n Ine and liir tree," and to capiuilists a
verv nnilltabli.- investment. For full lartlruiars.
a.blrcss or rail at the nltt'eot '. IIkki xiiku. 116
Suiithtield sircct, l'ittsl-urKb, l'a.
Watcte, (Ms ani Jewelry,
No. 68 Fifth Avenue,
PITTO I51TI II, PA.
FIX E WATCHES CAUEFI LEY EEl'AIitETV
yy. v. m. r.EACiiLY's,
('ELK Kit AT EI'
This B-Bir.; has lieen in ase over lwl ytar:
an 1 has cured thousands of cases cunsiilered incu
rable bv the iirofession. It has not failed in a sin-
Kle case to Kive relief if 11.4 entirely cure.
It is imrticularlv rcauiniuendeJ in the following
SICK HEADACHE. PALPITATI0S
OF THE HEART, LIVER
COM PL A 1ST, RUE IMA TISM,
NA7.V DIME A -ES, LA X0 LID
CIRCL LATI0X, Ac.
in any deranneniciit of the Wood. In all diseases
Ii uliar lo It males It is a sure and Sueertign Item
In short, it K nir a Rrmrdy acting thnuah the
( ircufoiiuH o ( Mood on all the iius.rtnnt or
ir.ins and einuis-torl. s ot tlie IkmIv. It will cure al
most auy curable disease.
For sale bv MEYERS k AN A WALT, lb-rlin.
Pa., and bv dealers in Family .Medicines every
where. " July 71
Death ok a Stkaxoer Ai.voriT as
"EjitKii Awiks" Case, I'euhapk A
VikeV Secosd Makiuac.e while IIek
FlltcT llfPBAJcn l Livino. A casH? has
jurt occurnil in this city which has much of
the wmhlancc of romance, anil hut for the
AV. V. Datu i Hmo., the very
first to put up a builtlm; fr husiness pur-1im-s.
It st.ituls on the Kite of the old one,
ami it is now filled ith the choicest jtm-
ilK .TtiMAit Zimmerman now occuiiu-s
a r.siiu in liis dwelling on Union Urtrt, a
a shoe rttre nd the Adams exprt-s ottice.
IliK hoe makers have their nhop in C'hor
s utiinp. liable, adjoining the store.
'tKiK A r.i.i.RiTu have a warenKitii in
the rear of the Btiot & Shoe sti ire. that they
ti-4- as a fttl establishment Mr Conk ha
r.siin i.ned.Kir further north in which he
has ojiened a frrocery store.
Cahtohia Is a scientific vepetahle pre
paration ; a perfect ultitute for and mtire
effective thnn CaRtor Oil, and in pleasant to
take. It cleanse the nystem in a HKt re
markable manner ; docs not distress or
prilet but operate when all other remedies
have failed. It is certain to supersede j the fact of Mr. Peter Hay's store, in
Pills, Castor Oil, Narcotic Syrups arid all : bury, Somerset Co., Pa., having tioi-n
sn.l i.mlitiir mt.rlit have atliirtleil lnateriiil
best printini; oflicea in AVesU-rn Pennsyl- j f(,r an cnrtaiiTuig newsjwiK-r urticlc. On
vanut, outside of the cities, and not exceed ! snn.iav afternNn there arrived in this fin
ing fifteen minutes In-fore the lire, we re
ceived by the afternoons mail are "!pt for
the last dollar we owed on the renting establishment
Constantly na hand at the Family Gm
cery & Feed store ofOmk aud Beerits on
Maine CroKR Street flour, oats, corn, mill
teil. brand. lcon. salt, fish, lard, vinegar,
rus. sugar, ttiffw, canned fruith, tolwc-
Hemiuk going U prew we hard the re-J-rt
that the old Fit htner stand at Witten
iiurirh in Larimer township was entirely
vr i"1 7 tiTV rrid"y ' ,HHt wk-
Mr j.din Aeimerwas keeping the Uvern
at '.he Ume.
Mu. Johx lliu, the present proprietor
of the Barnet Hons, b, di n ing of great
pra.se forcha-ing his Wrthefirvt forty-eight
hours succcttline- th c ii.j . i . T
I n left open as usual hundreds of per
son would have became intoxicated who
ufl. r a xtid eola?rthght didotherwkse.
Win. H. UTelfler, the photogw,.!.,.,, ,n(j
by the way one tlf the Lea vkt sufferers hy
.f t C'iT !r rp1,K
ruvs. Lrt every rson secure one
thLKDo 1' n,11tu"" in feuing out
le t wrilr nA "".""" D on.
he fir7 Ar"I of the fire. On
uie aru-le Uiken from that livelr tourn.l
! rr,M .tottrinfr full jiarticuUrs of the
K uutltr evwlastjag obligations.
other purgative and exciting medicines.
The Castoria contains neither Minerusl,
Morphine nor Alcohol. By its emolient.
soothing effect, it assimilates the food and
produces natural sleep particularly adapt
ing it to crying and U-cthing children. It
curt Stomach Ache, Wind Collie, Con
stipation, Flatulency, Croup and kills
Wrms. Make ytnir Druggist send for it ;
he will always keep it. as every family must
have it It costs but fifty cents a bottle.
AViir is This Thi s. If there are any
M-rssins who know more than others ulsmt
the merits of different tewing machines, it
is the men who sell them.
During the past three weeks more than
forty of the lu.wt skillful and intelligent
sewing machine agents, who have, hereto
fore, represented such couiaiiics as
Wheeler & Wilson, Howe. U rover &
Baker. Weed, Singer & Co., have volunta
rily quit them, and have taken the agency
of the "Light Running Domestic." because
it is iuc easicw uuu-uiue lo sell, the easiest
to learn, the simplest ia construction, the
most durable, and the latent improved in
every respect Just think of it? With
but less than one-fourth as many tieces as
a "Howe," aud guaranteed to 'clean out" ,
any machine yet invenU-d. K. W. Stcad
man & Co., General Agents No. SO Sixth
Reuiw we give a list of the candidates
and the offices for which they will have to
! roted lor at the primary election on Sat
urday next j
Geo. G. Walker, f Allegheny Tn. : Col.
E. D. Yutzr, Lower Turkeyioot Tn. ; and
Hon. J. It M Millen. D. HusUml, Dr.
S. 8. Good and Joseph E. Mason.
Phot hokot a rt.
Henry F. Scbell, Elias Cunninglsam and
E. M. Schrock, of Stoneycreek Tp.
Oliver Kneper, Geo. W. Pile, Geo. P.
Hay, Daniel 8. Knee and Martin L. Sutk r.
Keoisteb it Hecohder.
J. Uotiert Walter, of Milfitrd Tp. ; John
II. Lrpley, SouthanijHin Tp. ; Aaron F.
Dickey, Bornerset Tp. and Jolin 8. Ellis.
Daniel Phlllipi. SonM-rset Tp. ; Solomon
J. Baer, Summit Tp. ; Valentine J. Miller,
tjuemalutning Tp. ; Benjamin Iwry,
Greenville Tp. and FrancSa J. C'ountryiiuui
of Brothers val ley.
Poor Uoesk Director.
Jacob G. Kayniond. of Stoneycreek Tp. ;
Jefferson lUioada, of Sotaerset Tp. and J.
II. Snyder, of Stoneycreek.
Jacob J. Spekla-r and JeMc Crist, ot'
Salisbury Store Roiirers Discoveh
ei. We mentioned in Saturday's News
lied on Thurstlay night last of about f 1,0(10
worth ot goods, bince that time the jer
lietratore of the deed have lieen found out
On Friday morning last a woman of Salis
bury, in (rasing through some bushes
a few hundred yards east of the town, in
search of her sheep, discovered some store
goods concealed U-hind a log, and in look
ing aliout in other places she discovered
still more goods, much to her astonishment.
Returning to town she informed her friends
of the discovery, and they, tijton going to
the place and examining the goods, recog
nized them as belonging to Mr. Hay, being
a part of those stolen from his store. A
pistol was discovered in one of the bundles
of goods, w hich was recognized as liclong
ing to a young man residing in the vicinity,
named liul'us Scott. The finding of this
pistol led to the suspicioa tliat Scott was
implicated in tho roblierr, and he was forth
with arrested and taken before a Justice of
the Peace for a hearing. He subsequently
acknowledged his guilt, confessing that he
tiKikiirt in the robbery, with three other
vounir men. whose names he cave, who
had lieen employees in the construction of
the railroad now tieing made in that region.
Scott stated that the robU-ry hail lieen
planned previously amongst tlie four, and
on that night was successfully carried out ;
that hit part of the affair was simply to
keep watch in the road leading out east
wardly from tlie town, and that the three
others entered the store and carried off the
goods to the hiding place aliove town ;
that they made frequent trii for thnt
i hours or more, carrying all they could at a
had. They did not have any wagon, as
was supposed, liut carried the goods on
their backs, and as soon as one load was de
posited at the secreting place they would
return for another.'
Scott told where all the goods had lieen
secreted, and the iMrtics who went to bring
them in found "aliout a two-horse wagon
load. Everything with a few exceptions,
was recovered. Scott is from near Mor
gantown, Wert Va., where he has very re
spectable connections residing, and it is a
great pity that he hat subjected them to
the mortification they must feel over his
implication in thei-ohix-ir. lite three oth
er parties implicated have made their es
cape to parts uuknown, but it is hoiMtt they
will soon lie finind and sent to the Somer
set jail to keep Scott company, as, since the
fire, he is tlie only prisoner now in that
fireproof building. ,
Scott says it was the intention of the four
parties in the mWiery to meet on the
ground where the goods were concealed.
on the following night and distribute tlie
luaity, but he being sorry for w hat he hud
hmc did not go lo the appointed rendes-
vous, nor does he think other parties did,
as they lea red arrest and he is of the
opinion that tbe other man cleared the
the country the day after the goods were
taken. 1 Hilly "JNews," May 30.
The undersigned r"!ifftrii!lv informs the nub
ile that he lias leased thi well known hotel in the
Honaiudi of Somerset. It is his iuttntim to keep
It in a style wiilcli lie Hopes wllli(lve sallslac-llon lo
all who may lavor him with their custom.
April 7i JiiHN HILL.
IIK UE.ST ITMP
j by the St. Louis Express train a su k and
care-worn man. who applied at the Ante r-
ican House near the depot for lodging.
Being sick and weak, the proprietor, Mr,
llaj-, showed the man to a convenient
room. He stated to Mr. Hay, that he was
from Colorado, and previously from Cali
fornia, to which distant Slate he had pine
from Somerset, Pa., aliout fourteen years
ago ; that he had a tiimily residing in Som
erset, from whom he had not heard for a
long time, and that he desired to go on by
the next train, if able to travel, to sec his
family. He did not give his mime, but in
conversation stated that he was a black
smith and used to work at the trade in
Somerset : said he had heard of the fire and
wondered if his Cmiily had liccn burned
On Monday morning he was to ill to pro
coed on his journey, and Mr. Hay deemed
it projicr to summon a physician. Dr.
Wilson was called in, and he at once per
ceived there was hut little hoe of saving
the man. who appeared to lie in the last
stages of disease of the lungs. The stran
ger continued to grow worse, and died on
Thursday nisrht alxnit 10 o'clock. Mr. K.
II. Butler was applied to for a coffin, anil a ! 1 1
grave was dug on eunesuay lit the rot
ter s Field, on the alms house proiicrty, ' jks
. r r -
IN THE WORLD!
THE AMEKH'AX SfHMEKtlEl)
The Simplest. Most I'owerfn!. Ktiective, Dura
ble. Kcliablu and I'hiNipcst l'umjt la u-e.
It is made all of Iron, and of a few simple iwrtr.
It will not Freeze, as no water remains in tbe
piw wiieu not in action.
It has n leather or aunt j. Linj. as the sucker
and valves are all of iron.
It seldom. If ever, sets out of order.
It w ill force water from tu to 0 feet in the air, by
attaching a few leet of hose.
It Is ar.mil forwafhing- Hujjgies, Win-lows, water
line 1 rar.leus. hx.
It furnishes the purest and coldest water, because
I) Is placed in the bottom ol the well.
Terms: Inch I'ump. 1S: piie, SO: J font.
1 - i; eoi
Larucr sites in proportion.
WEYANT) k rLATT.
Sole Agent for Somerset County.
Somerset l'a., Alay 1st, ls-Ti
STAXIIAKl) AM LIUl.'AN
Everything- s'rtuiiiin to llilliards at lowest prices,
Illustrated Catal.isucs sent by mail
H. W. Collender, New York,
Success..r to THELAX k (tlLLEXDEK,
A. H. Franciscus & Co.,
IMPORTERS ASD DBA LRUS IS
COTTOX YARNS, 1JATTS, WICK,
Twine and Ropes,
LOOKING OLASSES, CLOCKS, FANCT BASSETS
Wooden and Willow Ware, &c,
Airt rAt-ITRBRS AID JliBBRUS OT
OIL C LOTHS. MATTING, RUGS, Ac.
613 Market Street anil M0 Commerce Street,
Respectfully In form th elthwos of Somenet ami
th public generally, that he has juat replenislMd
hi . . .
XEW SHOE STORE,
In the New Building on Main Cross
WITH A j
SPLENDID STOCK OF GOODS
The uudersluned. nronrieKa of tha lltMmntwl
Hotel, on the southeast comer of the 1 Ha mood, be-
in lnouceu v
call. His bouse will be conducted wlih tho beet
onierand lurnish One aceominutatlnns.
SAMI EL CUSTER,
Stoystown, Pa April 17th, Wi.
ie soui neast comer ot the mamoud, be
I by bis many friends, would say u the
ill-lie llutt be is now prepared to receive
bly entertain all who may give hlin a
GRAIN CRADLES. The under
sinned Is now enaria-ed In making; upwards
ol viuOraln Cradles, of au Improved pattern, us
ing; the sharp ir round Clipper Sevthe, which la the
best manufactured. Tbe cradles will be distribu
ted through the c.nnty between the 1st and SOth
of June next. Persene wishing; to parchasa will
find thcin for sale at all the principal business
places In the county. A larite number are made
ready al tbe maiiulactorv at Berlin. Price
pr. 17. IJEO. P. HAY, Berlin. Pa.
Vinar liuirr nut vn t ncy Irimk,
m i- o( P-sor Rum, Wlnker, Vrr-nf Spirit aad Refuse
Liquor, fl.irrf? !, tice-l, -4 westeoed to plexi the
ta-ste, ci!.l - l-tnici." " Ap;ie!ifenM "Restorer,"
etc., inji icti.i ine n.irwcTssu to dronkennnt aod rata.
but .ire l.it Mirtl.cinc.ntA.3a front the native reole
and UermtH x.-Utrw. free frr-m silMkruhnlic StimeLiDts.
T'wv are lit G-rat Hood PuntieT ad I.ife-cirin
Principle, a Pftrtt Renovator and luvignraiw of tbe
Svm, c.iirrinc T aU pwHiHti u.it-T and restmtnf
mt unttjvi in a ntm.iUTciuaitmii, rtiticJiiDP it, relrekiiin
and iiiTt'r.itint Ht fs Kitwd end lxH)r. I liey are eoe
of ftdtum-iratinu, jthutk t their action, eerum m llteu
reMiiiv .ir nut relM(je in ail fanm M .o-m
35 Prr-oa caMlaktlhM. tilt ter accord
ins ' d rccnnnt, and reiitaie) ionc; aimwelL, provided
their bote ar i.ot destrfrved b mineral poitn or other
mean, and the vital organs wasted beyond the potM
Dyipr jnU er Indlirf illnti. Headarche, Pam
tn lite i!iouMer V.icH i telil
inest, S-Hjr F.r utiui.s of tke Staiach, Bad Tatc
in the Month, lliiious Attacks, Falpttatto f the
Heart, luftittimation of the Lung, ram ut the re.otj oi
the K:dm-y, a:.d a li tntlred other joitifu! ivmj tom,
are the ui7priii4 i.f ycrnb. In these complaint
u h no equal, atui one ixitiie wwi prove a better guar:
ant re of itj menu tUun a lcn!?!liv advcrtitetient
Fur Ft-1 it. tie ftmpln.Ml. in youiif or old,
marnrJ ur Mr, at the dawn of woman hoot I, or tlie
turn of lite, tticne '1'onic Hitlers dilav o decided an
innuc:rcc thai a niarLcd unpiuveuicttl is aaot rccp
For lMflar..ni.ory unci ( hronle Rh
til at I Kin a:.J t'itt, Xvs;vism Of liidietiOii. I;iiimiv
Keniitteitt and Intermittent levers I'iseawe of the
U.fW, LiVtfr. Kuhttvt and U!.idilrr tbA It it term have
been m.t K-cvd':I Such are caused bv
V itiatcd I.eisOft. Ii ch r ceiierallv traduced Ir deranea-
irit i4 i he I) :eitivt OfiMin
Thrr rc a Untile Pitt-era. Irt mm we-ll an
a ionic, ostesAiu3 aw the tecuiiir merit of act in t
asatiowcritd a-ent m rciitvmi! C'oii 'elim tr luflam
malum f tin. Liver and Vtsccr.ti On: .in a, and in lbliutu
For Skl nUrar. EruM.n. T.tter. Rlt-
Rheum, lilotchi-s, Sikm. Tiintt'eit. I'twinte ttuiia. "ar-
hune'es. Kms norm. Su!ti IUjiL S.w t rw.
pef.i. Iich, Scurfs lic.ihrattinof the Skin. Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, t wliatever name or nature.
.ire literally du up and earned out of the vtein tn a
thort time lnr the tie of tliete Kitirrs. Om Litti.'e in
nch casc will conviucc the muU iut.rctia.oua of their
lcati tli Vltlntcit IllaaJ fimver vm
imd i:s iini unties burtting ihronh tWUinm Pimplee,
ErnmirMiv or SrM: cleanse it wiicn too tind it ob
structed aud ;it(;RiU in the veins : cicanse it when it ie
ioul : our fe.:ni-s will tell tw when. Keep the blood
pure, and the health of tbe urstem will ftilow.
Urntcftil IhonenHila itrociaim Xixkhk Pit
tus the most wonderful Invij.iraut thtt ever sustained
the 'iukinff svsteni.
Pin. Taue. anil other WoriM. ImLii. in
tbe system of so mm thottsaud, are ctfecttially de
stroyed auI removed. Say a dis(uij;uiaed phvsioU
wnst: There is MrarccWau individual mtm the face uf the
earth tvluc bvly iscxemut from the presence of wifrnn.
is not ujk.1i i he lie.ililty elements ot the botty that
Bounht lo tbe Eutern dtlenat the lowcanh prloui.
and U prPiNsreti to furnish th publte with erery
thlug pertalutuK to bU Uue of busmen,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
lit will kocp eoDnUntly oa hand atvl b prvjtMr
ed to make to order ou short notice,
Men, Women' and Children,
Embracing ererj line of Srst elass (roods tn mate
rial and workmannhlp, fra the tiny illnprr ta the
bnaulmt tread brufraa. The ladles will be lurnlab
BUSKIN OF CALF,
AND LASTING MATERIALS.
And of the most lashiooable stylos.
He will lnrare a rood lit and giro fallKfartli to
all who may glre him a call.
He Is aUo prepared to lurnbih shoemakers with
complete assortment of
SOLE LEATHER, j
Lasts and Shoe Findings
Of every kind, which will be (old at the lowest cash
-All kinds of repairing dene on short notice.
He hopes by keeplnsx a large and good stork, b
selling at the toweat pomlble prices, and by fafr
dealings and strict attention to ba-lnwa, to rvedre
a liberal share of public patronage.
apr. , '70-tt H. C. BEEHITS.
j What is this grand spcvlnc I v' thl
jdraaght they call TT' Lrrinvl it
1 SaLTzaa Araanrf W ell, W la 'luii.ljr th ( hciii
I Iral hte almlle of the Seltter 8iirlnn el. which,
j for lot year, has been aii-mmlrd tb Unert I atliar
tie aul A Iterative In all Knpae.
fMV. 7)NLV tSKXERAL Arci-
J DEXTIXSi nAM'EfO. ln.merlp:i, writ
ing JAoeHenPolW's bvtic month or yi-nr, h th
ra l, iic-
eupatloos and ppifcssluns, at r.uca within the
means of alL The TbavkucbsuIso write plt'Jes
of Life and Enduwuient of all aual furius, anlilug
Ample Security- an I Mod
erate Cost nmler a 1U
site Contract. Premium Is the farurite l,.w Rale.
A It Caah, Stuck Plan. No other Iu the world, of It j
age, has relnranl si moi-h
money In bunrflta u its Pi4-
Icy-hoMers. Cash Assets, nearly two million.
Travelers' sure nu n of all trn
and the laxly was to have Ikiti intrrrvd
tliat aftennwn, tint owinir to tlie Ikiivv
rainslorui jirevnilinsrat tlie time the lmrial
was postponed until yesterday inorninir.
On Weilnesday Mr. X. t). Hinrliman,
now of Uiistity, but formerly of Somerset,
calld nt the Ameritiin House to -e the
man's remains, with the hope of identify -inir
them, as the nuui had failed to t-ll his
name to any one. and Mr. Hay did not
think to jtk it of him. Mr. Hiiichmnn is
strontrlv under the imiretion that the man ' P ApTT AT
was Ed. Dillon, a blacksmiih, who l.-ft ! aajj,
Somerset for California aliout the tune sta
ted by the stranper. The man was aliove
medium size, with long brijrht brown hair,
slightly curlinjr, with retnilar features,
somewhat prominent. He liad no letters.
pajH-rs oranvthin? uitn bis jierson poiiii;
to show his identity. He had about $10 in
money, which comprised his elRfls.
Dr. Elder also visited the remains whilst
they were at the American Houe, but be
watt unable to identify them, although he
thought they might be those of Harry
liushelierper, who was also a blacksmith,
who had cone from Somerset to California
aliout the lime mentioned. Mr. llini linmn
howeTer still thinks they were not Huslia
berer'a, but Dillin's. Neither or these
men lias been heard from for many years,
and Mrs. Dillou, acting under the belief
tliat her bus! wml was dead as bmz a;o as
nine or ten years, married again, her sec
ond husband having lieen an employee for
years at the Ross House in Somerset.
Should the dead man here be Edward Dil
lon, the affair become of more seriousness,
and Mrs. Dillon, wliois yet livinir, ia spar
ed a visitut ion from her first husliand whose
presence? would hare been to her like one
arisen from th dead. And then would
have couie the question of duckling lietwcen
her two IiiuusumIk, It i a strange coinci
dence, and as we stated in the lieginuing
haa much the semblance of romance, and a
long atnry could be written on the fiicts.
VumberUmd Stv. I
farporatel Ij Act cfLeElsIatiire.!
Depositors secured by Seal Estate
Six Jcr'Ccnt. Interest
Paid to depositor on the cornpoundinz
worm, exi;.!, Imt npon tlie diejed Immnri and slimy
dcpOHls tliat lircd 111 cm liTing aionstcra of disease.
No system ct Medicine, ne vermifuges, no anllie'in:-
lies, win iree uie mieia Ixoia worni. hat Hkk Iht-
Mcchnulcal Diseases. PerwiM rar.ircd
Piiuts and MiueriK such as Pluiabcr. Tan citrrt.
Gold-beatert, and lliiieM. al lliet adrancc iu Hie, will
be suuiect to piralr.n 4 tlie IlimtU. . I n caard a;ain
this take a dose of Wai.kkb s Viasa.a Uirrxas ooce
or twice a week, as a Prerentire.
Ulliaas. Remittent, mt Iwlcrmltlewt
Severs, winch are to rfcvaient io the vailcrs of stn
(treat rivers throughout the lyiitcil Stales, esjtccially
Uiose of tlie Misaiasippi, OIi Mimmri, Hiiioi, Teo
nesee, Cumberland, Arkanaa. Ril, CoJurauVs Draros,
kio Crande, I'eirl. Alabama. Miiile Snuiuli. koan.
oke, James, and many otlwrs, wild llmr ti frribnta
nas, llirouliont our entire ciHiatrv duiin- tlie Sammer
and Autumn, and renurkjliir so durinz seasons el
unntuii heal and iVrnc are Hirariauly acconipauied
; br eitensire derantfeaicnts ol tlie atom:H.k and liner, and
' oilier abdumin.il Tiscera. There are alwatmoreeles
obstructions of tlie liver, a weakness and irritable stale
; of the stomach, and great torpur of the IjoweK bein(
ciocu up wiiii Titiauril accamuutions. la Uwu- treat-
' l l" " ekiiiw a "'wxt un i irr7 c swa
tlkrse Tanous organs, is fctilully necessary. There
no catliarttc Aa- the purpose cqnnl lo Da. J. Walks.'
VtNSCAa I'.ittfrs at they will speerliiy remove the
dark-colra-ed viscid mailer wiih winch tlie bowels are
loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of
the liver, and generally reslin-mx the healthy fuacttons
ol tlie digestive organs.
Scrofula, or Kind's Krll, White KweTmes.
Ulcers, Krysiueias, Swelled Neck, Gaiter, Scrofulous
Inflammations. Indolent Inflammations. Mercurial Af
fections, Old Sores, Eruptions of tlie Skia, Sore Evss,
etc. etc. la these, at in all other coastilutioaal Dis
eases, Wai mi l VixacAi HiTTans have shown their
great curative powers ia tits most obstinate and in tract
Dr. Walker's Call ferula Tlstecar Diltera
act on all these cases in a similar manner, liy puritying
the lliood they remove the cause, and by resolving away
lite erecia of tire ttinammatioa (tbe tnuercntar deoeeiUI
the aiTecied paru receive hoailli, aud a permanent cure
sue proven tee ol ui. Wai.mi's Vihiga.
IttTra.s are Aicrietit. liaiuoretic and Carminative!
Nutritioua, Lasalive. lliuretic. Sedative, Counter Irn
tint. Sudoridc. Aiterative, and Aub-lliliera.
The Aperient and nnld Laxative properties of
la. n Ai.li i vikuca i;tTTKas are the best safe
guard ia aH cases of eruptions and maiigiiant fevera,
their balsat.tc. beating, and soe-.hiag prouertiet protect
ths lifrmori of the fanccs- Tlwir Sedative properties
allay paia ia the acrvoas t-stcra, stoevacb, and busrels,
either from inflamsnatino. wind, cwitc. a amps, eta.
l"hcir Counter-Imuut inttoeBce eataadt tkrougkout
the system. Tlieir Diuretic pmpenies act on rite Sid
neys, correcting and reznlating lire flow of ariue. 1 Iwir
Anli-liiliout prolKtlies sumulan the liver, in the secre.
lion of bile, and its discharges throni-k the biliary ducts,
and are superior to all remedial agents, fur the care cat
B:hous Fever. Fever and Agae, etc
Fortify f be bsxiy- atralnal dleeaae bv pori-f-in)
all us fluids wita Vinesa 1Iitts. No eei.
deuia: can take bo'd of a system thus .ecarmed. The
liver, the stomach, tke lwwc'a, the kidneys, and the
nerves are rendered d.-scaae-raoef bv this teal kivie
orant. Direct lonsTake of tlie Diners rat going le heal
at night Irons a half to one aud oue ualf wiae-glaeafuU.
W. DAVIS Sl BRO'S
Grocery and Confectionery,
vVe denlro lo Inform the people of this ciimmti
nlty that we have purchased (be lirocry and Oon
feeUtaiery of 11. F. Knepper, Em., opnorilte tbe
Kamet lionm. and have made valaal.Ie ail.lltlnis
to tbe already ftne stork of Uooda. We seU all the
best brands of
DEIF.D AND CANNED FKVITS.
COALOIL, TOBAIVO, CIQAES,
AH kinds French and common
CANDIES, NITS, CBACKEBS,
FAXCT CAKES, PEHFIMEKT,
AND TOILET AKTICLFS,
COMBS, BKI SHES. SOAP, kc "
ftiiks0 " 'urtmnt TToji, fcc., for the little
JJJJ1 "3rU,tar? ta th.Oi.rTanUCon-
J aaaarsB vsB la (.
Davis' Cheap Grocery,
OPPOSITE THE BASNET HOI'S E.
Cheap Farms! Free
ON THE LINE OF THE
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD.
A LAND QUANT OF
Bcft Farming and Mineral Lamlt in Arurrlin.
8,000,000 Aerf Iu Xtbrala
IN THE OHEAT PLATTE VALLEY",
GARDEN OF THE WEST,
NOW FOR SALE.
These lamia are In the central portion of the
I tilted States, on the 41st dt-trrw of North Latl
tU'lc. the ccolral line of the irrrnt ti'iiii-r.iti x-tie
of the Aineiicati Continent, ami lor gr.il;i crowing
anil stock rabilrjg uusarpasecil bv any In lite t'uit
CHEAPER IN PRICE, more favorable terms
iriven, and more oonveuient to market than cau lie
Free Homeeleaals tor actual settlers.
The bent Location for colonics.
Soldiers entltlnl to a Homentcad of ltlu acres.
KK EE PASSr-S to Purchasers ol Lan.1.
Semi ir the new Descriptive 1'amphli-t with
new mat a. published In English, (rerniua, Swed
ish ami Danish, malictl free everywhere.
Land Commissioner. T. P. h. K.
EXTRAORDINARY LNDl CEMENTS
The Manns a. Hamlisi Oruaw Ci. rcKK.-tfully
announce the Intrirluctkai or Impron-nicnt
much mora than ordinary Interest. These aro
REED AND PIPE CABINET OKOANS,
Bclnir the onlr successful comliitiation of REAL
PIPF.S with reeds ever made.
DAY S TRANSPOSING KEY BOARD.
Which can be instantly moved to the rltrht or led.
chung-tnir the pitch, or IranMioritnir Uie kij. F'or
drawing anil descriptions, see Circular.
Now and Eletrant Styles of
DOUBLE REED CABINET OKOANS,
At lsC. 132. and 125earh. Consl.lerinir Capac
ity, FM-trutice. and Thonmirh Ejtcell-nce of Work-tnnn-liip.
these are cheaper than any i-ioreott,-rcd.
The M AHua aw Kakus f rrarii' are a-kn' '!!-e-1
BlST. and from extraoniinarr fncilltrus lor
manarw-turiui; this Company tun allurd a in I now
undertakes to sell at prices which rvmlvr ihcra
Four fMave Ortrana M each: Five flrtave Or
vans 4170, 12a and upwards. vV ith three ta-tn reeils
1 50 ant upwards. Forty styles, tip P Al-s each.
New Illustrated Catal-arne. ami testimonial Cir
cular, wilh opinions ot more than one thousand
munk-ians sent free.
MASON. HAMLIN OROAN CO.,
H Tremoot St, Bosion. 596 Broadway. N. Y.
tSoltl Onlr by AgentM.
A Book for Everbody!
$10,000 Per Month.
Tlie liwtnntaneott srtcccss of this Book Is'not
Strang.-, althouifh it Is having nnpreeolcnte-l sales.
THE LIFE OF JESCR. THE CHRIST.
BY HEMY f AID BEECHES,
la a work which the rrsallns; puhlle have been
waiting lor with avMlty; all siartsaml corliliis ol
men welcome it heartily as a book to he read
eh)lars, the Clenrjr. tho Press, and the people
rr! It uui('T! v. eii.y it thorouitlily, pratw it i-c.-rely.
Tlie point K.r the Airent I'l' CIi'I IU)
lo know Is that It 11 nraljlaO!
.More Ai(KUts wantr.1. IntelllKent bkb aial
women may oUaln li rathe emlyuHrnt hy tak
ing an airencr. Ko!l desrrtptlre I'lrcalart mnllcl
lrre. Very lils-ral terms t. "novasm-ri Atiolv
only to J. IS. F' Ht I a. 1 't .. 27 Par Phice. V V.;
II Kniwlield ttfvt. Kooloo, M-s.
W. V. Minna; naa sirvet, ChicaKu, 11L
IOWA and NEBRASKA
FOR SALE BY THE
Biirligofl & Hi River RRCo.
Millions of Acres
On Ten Yean' ,'redlt, at ( per eent Interest.
No part of the flwipal due (or two years, and
thence only oi e-nluth yearly till paid in lull.
Product wi'-: pay for laud ami Imprivemeots
within tbe limit ol this zeuen.us creiit.
-liettcr terms were never otfered, are not now
and prohahry never will he.
Circulars tiivinii; full particulars are ratiplie.1
srr;itl: any wlshintr to Induce others t emigrate
with !lim, or to form a roPaay, are inviied lo a-k
(f all thev w int to illi-'rilm'e.
A pjily" to t E I. S. II A KRIS. Land Cssn'r.
lor Iowa I.i 0.I11 at liurlinaon. Iowa.
Xn l f..r N.-l r i-kT I.tnd- at Lincoln. NVK
Hair Dressing and Restorer.
" BURNETTS' COCOAINE."
Your Druggist has it.
J KT A l!LE SODA FOC NT A 1 VS.
$40, o0, $T5 AND $100
noon, DC E ABLE AND CHEAP!
lil(ipcl ready t.r u-cT
J. W. CHAPMAN .CU, Ma.Ii..n. lud.
sTs7SenJ t r Clrcular..f
THE MORMON WIFE.
Now Is the time for Atrcnts tn secure territory
fur this thrillins; and fearless book. It iiiinprisrs
the Adventures and Ex)icrii-nce of a woiuiii writ
ten by herself for years the wlte of a Mormon
Prophet discfoainir till that is mysterious, wicked
and startlinir: abounding In thril'iiiiar alventun".
humorous and pathetic scenes the most f.iscinii
tinaT lsik extant. Steel laa-trail of the Autlre an.
portraits of liglinir Mormons, hoth men and
women. Life and scenes In I tab,etc. Sold only
hv AtfcntH. F'or circulars a.lilnis
Hartford pi blishino co., Hartfoni. ct
Eat Rood ruwrtshinz hnd. such as beef steak, saallna
chop. vewiKsa, roast beet; aud vegetables, and lake
out-door eevrcise. They are composed of purely veget
able ingredients, and contain ae spirit.
J WALKER, Prop'r. IC IL HcDONALDstCCU,
Drujmits and Vn. Att San Francisco, CaL.
and a, ot Wadiiai;t.m and CharlKm Sis., New Vork.
SOLD BY ALL DKUCX.IS1H AND DEALERS.
HATS AND CAPS,
Leather and Shoe Findings.
JT. II. Zimmerman
Takes Pleasure In ralllnir the attentioa of the elt
Itene or Somerset and vicinity to the lact that be
has opened a store In bis residence on Vnlon street,
where there will alwava las k.is.sK.i..
mwv, inn-Hi ol
Boots and Shoes,
Of Eastern and home manufacture, a larire and
war sell sasissa sMa.l . .s .ar
HATS -A.3STID CAPS,
And a xreat variety of
Leather aud Shoe Finding
Of all kind.
There Is also attached to the store a
CUSTOM-MADE BOOT Si SHOE
With N. R SNYDER as cntrer sua .. ki.
alone Is a sufficient iraarantee thai all work made
P in tue aaop win not only at tbe leet of eastom.
rs .ut that only the best nuterlal will lie used
Will be emtiloved The mihlo. Aoun.r..n.
- ----- uai siaausuae Bia Stoea.
Oil SALE AT
S0B 1st October. 1872. (k'lOO 1st Januarv, 18T3, it)0
1 ait aV avsr-41 ti. a utU . '
i woo asaar a jear mereaiier.
A Farm of 229 Acres,
Havlnir two New Howsee. Vw n-nk .,1
Orchard and SutrarCamp, well timbered and well
Improved, within half mil of North Fork Kail-road.
Possession 1st April, 1473.
Oood paper will be Uken liar the finrt two rv.
Ptanession tor enttinsr tlmhov
1,000 is paid.
W. J. BAEB.
Somerset, May S, Ti
J. D. UVSWHSDIX
tfAlteuliam it directed fa the liherml pre
ristioaui for trithdrmtring satoaiey depemlted.
Il ras be riosse in ssstaZt wOKf, WITBOV1
XOXIVJS moX THE DUfOSlTOK. ' .
AU rotHMMMsVafssisie tri!l rermlre prenmpl
JAMES T. BRADY,
JJEIM k LIVENGOOD,
SALISBURY1 ELKLICK, P. 0.
Soamsrr Ch tt, Pkxx'a.
Ura (Is boocht and sold, and sol red ions mad oa
all raru of the country.
Interest allowed oa time dc'netts.
Special arramrmeuls with Uaanllans ami otbera
who bold anaaers la trast. Jnn 17 n
J a. UABVEY k CO., -
BITTER COMMISSION MEKCUJSTS,
67 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE.
liberal cash advances on en cufudnmenli aad
returns iromly maile,
QUOUSE & SHIRES,
Monuratturerstif all grailfg of '
BEDFORD, PA. -
Attention particularly askesl of Joiners.
AaT-Orders solkrlusl by E. 1L Marshall, drairirurt,
Somerset, Pa. . my..
LTTEBATVKE, ART AND SONO . '
Ia th baat tellina; book ever efTered. It com bines
the baawr of anecdote, tke wisdom of essay, th
m forma tkal af history and btcsrraphy, tbe sweat,
aees and mnkw of poetry, the eaqnistt charra of
fie, and 400 beanUfal illaatrathaas.
"Solid rssadina; ft jrraverwsusaents; plcaaaat pie
turee lo lllamlne qatot hears; aad (terns of auaa for
the social etreta." -
An aKrat writes. 8oM K7 eopiee this week j wlU
ell too this month easily. "
Our sum? system raasswsfaf sVass away with
abjections to tke basin ess. Particulars fro. A val.
aabt present to every new A rent.
INTERNATIONAL PC BLISHINO CO.,
mjl 93 and 94 Uberty Mtreot, Ntw-Tork.
A competent A pent to eanrass ao.i take chanre.
In a portion of Pennsylvania, of the snle a me
klly sellinir v.k, by tlie nt eminent author in
the T'nited States, and indistrrnsaMe to the cor.
rect tranraction of every kind of rlnstness. Airents
S.-I1 from 40 lo lou per week. LI iir.KA L tA LA
R Y (r''"- 'f desirol. and permanent buiness
. S. S. SCKANTON JkCO., Hartioni, C"nn.
K I'TCHIS () N C O .
Manufai turcri, Aoais and Dealers In
Iron and Woodworking
Horirontal ami Vertical Slc-am Entrine. Hio.
Itt ltlntr. Piukini? ami Mechanical Supplies,
CORNER WOOD ST., k SECOND AYENt E.
Agents for the Hunfa Steam Onvemor. Knowrs
Patent Steam Pumps. Rider Ct Off
I and Calorie Engines. I"ni9
alTii Siono Co s Eruvry Wheels.
A rilOFlTABLE BUMS ESS.
LIOHT EtiT'AL TO OAS. AT ONE-E1U11T1I
CrSTI Cjuaof s etjilaird. So raiainrj sr anci
M-n .tclrin a Pn tit.ildc I!ttin-s. can aeenre
the K.vcliisive Klssht forthe sale of Dyiaifs Patent
Curt. Oai Uirhi Knrm-rs al OIL for Counties
or States. Write f-r Information or call f
M. H. I 1 1 1 1 1 .
No 11 "i-iuth ccor ! Street. Plilladi Iphia. Pa.
k CH I ' Kl "11 KS fumisheal wit h Chantlellers
arid Lamtia l everv ilcm riiitu. '4 Pr cent, cbeati
cr than at any other estalilL'hment tn the country,
Machlne-.inaltoonrNEVV REMINGTON EM
PIRE "UKiiP FLEDr- Send for. sanitles of
PIUE - KKI
work, circulars. Ac.
So. 4J i' street, tlT I Sol son. f t.
The Qiristian. tSS
family pflper. full of ineidrm.s. providences, music,
ptaitry. true stories for youmr. old. saints and sin
ners. No sectarianism. coutpversv.'politii-s, pulls,
pills, or patent medicines. Hoc. a 'year! in ci pi.-s.
441 Semi loc fur three papers beire vou ronret '.
Little Christian. copies. L H. L. HASTINUS,
Tract RepoiUort 19 ftadoi af., Hoston Mass.
No. 1J6 Smitufield Street, Pitts rw;ii. Pa.
And Dealers in
Agents who want to make money ran sell nothing
so raphlly as our new aud beautiiiil steel tu:ra inn j
THE MOTHER OF OUR LORD.
It 1? tlie finest subject eve'emrruTeil, ami surprises '
! Cntlery an4 House Mil G cA
! , t . 1 . ... 1. I . rmm r-ro . . V J
Have constantly on hand a very lanre stork ,f
tinsvrs' Tea and Spice Crwhtles. Ice Cream '
Ereeaers. Ii-e Chests. Water Coolers,
Clothes Wrinu-ers. Ilinl Caires. ke.
I'miH-letors of the celehratetl
-'iTSl latent Adjustable Stove Shelves.
Divines if all denominations. Aitents Who hn.l ' Wholesale and Retail. Prices low. ap-Ji
that "Hooks jro hani." can make lii per dar with i " "
this splemlld work of art, Male ami f. male aaents Sahitt. noortt.- rRA5KLisj masar.
wanted. Write for cimilars to WORTHING- Turner's More, Pa. Slonycreek. Pa.
TUN, DUSTIN it CO, Hartlorl, Conn.
( Incorporated 1KW. )
COLUMBIA FIRE INSURANCE I
Orril'KKS 1JD DIUlitTORS.
S. S. Detwller, Pres'L I Roht. Crane.
H. Wilson. Vice Prcs't, Wm. Patton.'
Herb't Thomas. Treas. I Jas. Shnieiier.
J. F. Frucaurf. Secy. j J. S. Mr inc.
J. R Harhman. I M. M. Strk kler.
treo. Ikarle. I K. T. Bvon.
For Insriranif or Airencies, a.ldress
J. F. FRI KAI FF. Sec y. tVdumWa. Pa.
JOHN HICKS, Agent, Somerset Co. Pa.
IMMENSE SUCCESS Arr nt-
WANTED, male or female, tn every count v In
the I lilted States atalt anad.is, tos, U our new ami
most nsefnl Patent: from one lo si used in everv
family, lou per cent, anaranteeii. Eur samples I
ami terms, inclose ten cents ami aitoress
FERGUSON It CO., 64a River St., Tmr. N. T.
0 Till! FARMERS OF
I-oger A Forney,
Thnnklul for fit ftivors. we offer tot lie formers
of Somerset u uuty. t r l.iTA"
Rare Chance for Agents.
AGENTS, we will par von 40 per week in cash
If yon will eniraae with biatiwe. Evcrlhin-x
furnished, and xpcnse paid. Address
r. a. tl.is a CO., Charlotte, Mich.
1 V make more money at work f"r as than at
anything- else. Hu"ines liirlit an.1 pertuaiicut.
Particulars free. G. STINSlN It CO.. Fine Art
Publishers, Portland, Maine.
piano ).. n.t. price, o.mn
NO AGENTS. Circulars fr.C i.'U
Fur any ease of Blind. ISlreJinir,
ltchinn or l lceralnl Piles that
DkRixo'0 Pilb Rekkpt fails to cure. It is rrre.
pared express,! to cure the Piles, an.1 u,ihmi.i
Sold by all dru'r;irls. PrU-e L
He Mlieiii Eeaper ani Mower,
The irreat favorite with tarrutrs, which has more
advantaifes llian all others as a self rake. We or
fcr the lollowin-r named (renlliiacn. or any others
who aro u.-inu it ftir relereuc-v:
Elias Hershhenrpr. FJklk-k township: A. J.
Kissw, Summit towuship: YA. Kiminel, itrH.hers
valler town.-hip: Z. iilkir. Mill- rd township:
William II. St.ihl. Sirm-rset townsliip: Aiex..
Stanton. Jetuicr townsliip.
The Farmer's Favorite Grain Drill.
The only perfect Grain
nouiu-ed so li
Hull in the World! pro
STAMEK1N0. Drs. AVhitc A Oat-1
man. 402.4th av..' New York. Rcfercnres from i
etenrymea in this city.
No nay antil cured. Send
21,000 Practical Farmers.
CI HEAT MEDICAL HOOK of nsefnl kn. wU
1 ediretoall. Sent free nr two sunuis. Addrees
DR. BONAPARTE kCO., Clncmuatl, Ohio.
Ti. .r... ... lt.iii. r 1mni-r townshll: Geo.
i roi.au-rh. Somi-rset towo.-hlp: Harry Hay. linrth-
ersvaliey tscam-hip; m. Ilorurr. nuuiuiu ,..
Swisa Maxuvtle 1 ime ki- r . s Flii-ktusri-r. V.lkli. k towu.hip; t apt. Wm.
Imlisnsahle to every, Maurvr. tlnemabouinw tunblp.
It IK f 1
traveler, trader, hor. larmer. and Kir ev
erybody in need of a reliaUe time kt-erv '
er. I sua! watch site, steel works, trlasa
crystal. In neat OROIDE ease, wsrranv :
ted to denote correct time for two vears. Nothing ti-t t.'i'i tIf T,"WI fTTTEli
l.k.lt. 1,000 sohl weekly. This valuable arth-le: ThLl A. U-l I H ' '-' r"'
In neat ease, will be seut, prepakl. anywhere lor :
l;(orX Try one. circulars free, tinlrronly i
from the Sole Airents.
F. KING It CO., Itrettleboru. Venmajt
JAHIIY K1TTIKG MACHINE,
Which ex.-els all uhers now in ne, M band or
power, from N-. 1 to No. i.
THE NEATEST, REST, iSu CHEAPEST. ; . ,
K EVER GETS OCT OF ORDER.
KnlU Ererythlng. . Frlc. . - ! The moat u. rfeet "UdwateJ Thkf'
t araliHraixI l.aior in the State; n"s ,w-
Parlies desirous - of purehasinc Machines, raa ... .. .,
ret circulars and liilormatlun. ami have their Ma- , u-ij, ttaii.1 Iaivan. Asmerset fc.wnsliip. n --
chines sent free of charsre oa receipt of price, by : Kelm, Elklh-k mwaship; a"" H
pplvinx to James MeKnde. Asent mr western ersvalUy township; Peter f"1"'-"-
Pennsvlvanta. Not 1 Sixth street, Pittslttruh. Pa.
raiterprtstna; atrente wanit-o in every eountv. i.
hoa liberal terms will be given. . . mar ia. j
HORSE RAKt-S ; . T m
- . t - tUX SHEIXEK8."
a of the Uuat buW.srsl Variateif Issr
AI1 Soldiers who enlisted between May 4th and , ' '
a an st Ith. 180L S"T threw years, ami never rv- I
eeired any bouniv, ena now obtain th some by asU i
dresslna: ns. Also, all those who lulled lo apply i
lor I he adilltionai nounty of sw wnniw ise nose . .. . . ,
II ..! u V HkllU N a. IU. IIS SmillitirlJ . AIM
WreeKWbuiiFa. - pl.rn.nia.
Agents WantedforLifeandTimesof Ai uiuti it e pair liuud.
JAMES FISK, JR.
No troulite l" ipmmttieiirasalwl w.,rkliox.f
...,.r,a ma. 1.1ms or to ive as relercm-.. the
fVmUins bUraTatililesia? Drew. VaaJerldlt. DihL most tluirooKh uirm Jr.;
....- i.i i.i.i..- ril... ail niai-huirs nu.i i.y us ar. -
Tweed. kC. with
tr fur tbe last th
alas! MBlstck I'rielajr." Over sou p-'e- Priea
Ol tlie ..UTI- , All liia " --- -' ... ..Lsi-etuaa.
try for the last three years, j aad what Grant knew trrmUM - milmi)td.
saaea, X ric rerswew.- 9 ,
Nsw York HOOK CO. 144 Naaaaa St.,
! dress as above.
New Tort, inar.it.
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