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iMua In lcdln tlax-li.
A onrrcstndont to the Maine Far
mer having made the statement that
m.inp the valuable lessons that the
last winter had Uujrlit him in feeding
st(l, was the conviction that he has
heretofore " fed ' iurlv double the
mount needed." another writer for !
the same jtajxT comments a follow
on hit! remark, i .' ' '
If feeders have learned, as
no doubt have done, that it is U tter i
to feed less hay and substitute ""'a' j ti,an a hundred and sixtv vears old.
.r some other concentrated f .od in I LiuK, Joo thev call the" bdv, liis full
tdW of the liny withheld, then tli I nanie K;jnf Joph Lambert. His
lesson will not lie contreverted ; lw";,iarent are English, but his home is
they mean just what they say they,in !r0)lkIvn Xow Vork Hc is a
have liecn feeding too much hay to , molllcr.H ,jariin- of a oliild, ami com
the stock have given them much nionml to .)1av- nv visA lnof,ths
more nutriment than was needed it ,,laving aUvuvs the airs his
i Muiti-.anotiur thing. I have leni-!lllWlH,r Mlllff;10 lim, anJ alw1JS
no sn eh lesson. I have learned., w, j(rr ..,.ll(i,.i 1(.ar,l
imo.i. ,,. t-A,-..u....-, ..a.
Mock can Ik- wintered can uc
aive on much less hav lhan
U-uiiHv iH'en lea to iliejii.
-iiiillv Ih'cji fed to them.
leaiotiiejii. 4vai b. I'ainini aain if he lives to
waut KtocktogravvdQ.I,, r' H,. ii. id '.i's tiny violin
nVAn . , Inr .111 f 4 . . 1 1 1 ' . I ... 1 ..1... .1
ring winter, oxen to lay on fat, cows -
to give an abundant How ol milk, you j yyah a ti,.i,.aov ail tenderness inijws
must give them something to do it t0 j4.s.rijK? the ' J?lue ISells of
with. Muscle, fat, milk are all in the; f4Cotian " "The last Hose of Sum
feed given, 1m- that grain or hay. It mr nn('i ,. r tIir,.e other less fa
comes from no other source, and can j11ji;ira;rl Jt was an odd enough
1k obtained in no other way. A cer-, j(.(l'!ro this litile plaver plaving as
tain amount of nutriment is required ; UIUoliS(.iousl v of anvthing which sur
to sni-.port vitality in an animal. H, r.i,iIe.l him'ns a child in a dream a
yvu get growth, fat, or milk it ninst ;dniulr Liliputiau among the musical
come from nutriment digested and as- j (juj'v,,rs
similatcd in excess of what is required ' '
to sustain vitality. IT you tiesire
rajid growth, much fat. or, an,
abundant (low of milk, you must feed I
liberally, and at the same time keep j
the organs of the animal in a j
healthv, active condition, that they j
liiav be enabled to digest and assimi-;
late the greatest possible amount of friends, and assist in fixin the coali.h
fn.d. Milk producers understand this i,m lutwixt the Heniocracv aud the
well, and rou Iiave not heard them
say they have learned to keep their
cows on a small amount of food. ,
They all feed shorts, and feed them
not to save hav, but to make their'
cows cat more hay. Shorts are j
healthy food, and promote the health
ana acuvuy oi mi me organs oi ui-
digestion and assimilation, and tuns
the cdr is enabled to convert more
hav into milk. I have been feeding!
cotton seed meal with the greatest
satisfaction. It saved me no hay,
but it gave the cows a voracious ap
tvtite, and that appetite created by a
healthy digestion converted a large
quantity of hay into milk.
My experience has taught me and !
last winter confirmed it, that the profit j
in keeping stock comes from the feed
digested and assimilated in excess f
1 a J a. . .a-.!a..1: I
wniii is required in mi ion uaiuv,
and the more we can fret n single an-
ininl to dijrest ami assimilate
therefore convert into the tie
product, the frreatcr the profit.
tliiatu About Worklns.
ini of the farmer miM j
labor he cmplovs, a j
1 he treat nini
lie t iiittkc tin
wvll y hi own and tliatofiii tcaw
luorc effvetivw. To do thir; rctiuirc-
liuich ktudv. A man uiav work hard j
and acct.mi.lUh little, lie does not
plan well, or he lacks system aud or
lcr. Another, lay,; g-cod plans, but
lacks vnergy r-uuicicnt to carry them
out in till their details. It is a great
thing to know when to work and
when to let others work. In haying
and harvesting, a fanner who employs
a good many incu should rarely un-
. .. " . ll
(icitaac finv sieauv work, jic can
accomplish far more bv uttendimr to i 'mpowcreti io n.v cx crwniiig conueci
the little details than bv using up nil ! (l with ahe campane. 1 he caucus
1,U treruMl. in i.hcbinror bindim ! wuz 1'1'1- and the following wuz them
He Fhould alwavs be present, readv !
at any moment to lend a hand where j
his work can Ire mon effective. He
cl.i.ut.l lii nl.lc su at n fbince that
cverv important 1kU in a machine is
tlol.t He should know the weak!
.ii i,;. mu.)! onJhonr... !
pared for all emergencies. He r-hould !
realiKC that the weakest link deter-'
mines tw Mrcngth of the whole chain.
In the innumerable details of farm
work this weak link i sometimes in
one thing and Homctime in another, !
but it is alwavs somewhere. In one !
field it mar 'be in the reaper and in J
nuutlKT Ihu LinJiT: Funu'tinics it is'nartv omm! stand onto it. Without a
the piM.cr. sometimes tlie unloader,
or on the stack or mow. It is alwavs j
somewhere, and the fanner should
M.k out for it, and le prepared to
sir ngtheu that point. -
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M.u w.KHlti-UT '
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Mr garden is full of toatls, with a
ritlher larir pot-tic lietiiM'. The more
manure" and the better the cultivation
the more the toads thrive. This is
prohably w ith a sharp eve to busi
ness, for insects thrive liest in rich
land. Hugs are scarce tin a grarcl
lianlw- lut where the ground has
lrecn trenched, and the manure work
ed in unsparingly, and vegetation is
rank, there insect-life abounds. And
the toad makes his dninici! undcrthe
cabbage or the sijnash-viue, and
watches patiently for snails, worius,
blurs, ami 'millers. That smooth
trmirllP lliitt IlC
darts out Willi such
l.w.l ;,.r...f ..nmwrl, l.nt 5t i
sticks like pitch to cverv living'thing. j
it:. ..r .1:.,....;,..; ,.v..n,.t '
11 inint 1 ui in.i.nti'ii o 1
Harris fed one hundred black larvy,
three-quarters if nn inch long, to a
single toad ithout dcstrnying his aji
pftite. We canimt afftird to lose
sin h an agency as this fi r the de
struction tif inwets. He 1m-s for the
ground what the birds do for the trees.
Jive tlie tiali the fi;eedniii .f the
How la Quiet ttJ .
A farmer, who had pa.-ed mnum-
itiUk bice ph-ss nights, iniiiiortaiized
himself by tliicovtring a methtxl of
Lt Iilig babies quiet. The mode of
operation is as follows: As soon as
the wjuallcr wakci-, wt it up, proie
iH-ti by a pillow, if it caunot sit alone;
tltcn wucarit fingers with thick trea
clo: then put half a dozen feathers
into its hand, and it will fit and pick
the feat Iters from one band to tlie
other until it drops asleep. As soon
as it wales again treacle and more
feather, and in jJace of the nerve
msUtunding yells there will le silence
and enjoyment unspeakable.
The brain of a horse seems to .li
ter tain but one thought at a time ; for
thin raon continued s hipping is out
of the qumion, and onlv coiiGrms Lis
ntubUrn resolve. But if rou can bv
any means changa tlc direction f
. .J . . . . r .. 1
bis mind, gie bun a new subject to
think of, nine times out of ten you
will have no fnrther trouble in start
ing him. As simple a trick as a lit
tle pepper, aloes, or the like, thrown
back on his tongue, will often succeed
in turning attention to the taste in his
A CAa of Chinese laborers iu
Louisiana, who had taken umbrage
at the conduct of the negro overseer,
purpi iscd their employer, one morn
ing recently, by marching in nolomn
lile up to bin mansion, bearing on
their shoulders a dark object This
proved to be the obnoxious overseer,
securely bound with many cords,
whom they deposited on the piazza,
nearly friffhtenotl to death, with the
words: "Too muchce. nigga, too
i . - k : it S '
Tlir. LlTTtEST MlrilCIAN tiKTIIr.
J t t.ilee : The Huston corresnomlent
of the New York Tribune tolls ft
pleasant story of a tiny spite of a hoy,
five years old, who visited the Col
iseum with his parent, and is a veri
table musical prodigy. 1 He had eyes
as large mid dark and foil of fire as
i those of Strauss himself, and he held
in his mites of fingers a violin such as
'Mania's head fiddler might aniu
iwl i. i.-ir, n.... ti,;. !
rfn,nw.Ilt ; ()f irreat value, and ismore
,ijhl ,.)V H.t.allilt iHHi ,,, his arms
K,TSand kissi'd him with true German en-
; thuiasni. crviutr "l'aganini ; he
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w hh WOI,(1(rfu ,r..l(.0( .,,!
JIIII V I I
CoXFF.l'EUATF. X ItOADS.
(wich isia the State uv Kentuck.)
Joon 8, 1871.
1 wus invited to go to a countv in
Southern Indiane. in wich I had some
Liberal Kcpublikins, that they might
march to victory without question. I
didn't like to have the Corners.
The spring time he conic ngin, gentle
Annie, and it is ideasant here. The
trees isout in blossonm.the little birds
js lifrin np their voice harmoniously,
the weather is warm enut to go uare
footed, and the stoop in front of Las
coin's is never so pleasant to sleep
upon ez now. The warmth disposes
yoo too slumber, and the flies ain't
come yet to murder it. Likker tastes
cz wtil in Kentucky cz anywhere in
Joon. I.ut wen did I hesitate to go
where doolycalls ? 1 went.
The count v hcz alluz been Ileuub-
likiii : that is. llepiiblikin bv, perhaps
200 majoritv : just cnuf to let our
jH.,pk jrt a site of the promised land
without ever entering it. The Lilwr-
;al movement tot so well unit il nc-
oolno a ,.,Tt:iin tliinir that cf tic Dem-1
:.u.r.is and ihe ncouhlikin bultcrs
,., OI1iy jiull together, triumph was
inshoorcii. l'.iit ,1 thought to myself
thi can't possil.lv he. It will go
j well enough till thev come to makin
a Ptf-rm. and thcy'lUplit into frag-
"i !lt:i- Tl" rt' ,s V' ,:t'f,y ,a. ih'T'
ience atvvocn the Ingeanv Dimocrat
Kepiiiilikin a uiiierenee oascti ;
' 1'nncipic io atuuu v u . ..,.c .at
tLl'-v can vtr l,u11 ,rw0 i0h,'r- 1Ju! I
. ,1 ucicriuiiicu tu uu in iit-i
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'ot.the things so cz to make agret
incut cz casv ez jiossible.
I advised, to wunst, that informal
consultashun be held, and that six
representative men from the Iinio-
cratic party, i.nl six from the ltepulj-
likin party who bad gone over to i
(Ireelcv. should be appointed, and
Wllz app-inted t., arrange
1,11,1 : ,
Icnicrats Smith. Urown, )
Shaurrhncrsv. l'cters lllodirett.
Lilx ral Kepiiblikms-.l ones 1 homp-;
son. Adams. Dodder, Potter and i
These gentlemen metTUc same af- i hhi-il Unck andnian by the name of
tcruowi uv tluir appointment, ad I j M.not. and I,evi Iley woo. the last
acU.l a a sort uv umpire, that there j named gentleman being still engaged
might in order and e-vsteiu observed. I in th(' ousiness.
Mr. Smith, Dem.," remarked that'. More than $1,..00,000 art; invested
the fust thing in order would 1m- to j ' business now, and it can be
fix the platform uv principles in such ' uruitl u'.at, l .,s Uu "
a Wav that both wings uv the new ipendencc of the inhabitants 1 here
platform to stand onto, do Democrat
Cood r into any :iniane with any
f Iin uv safety. lie wood propose
the diseusin uv the different islioos
before Ihe people. It wood le ju?eiis-
sarv, tiv course, iii whittle down -In
IR;;jot,aild fwell out in another,
t frit lit. viriniik1iok: iflll.tifl i i ilin
1'V" . .. r
I rilll I f . ' -.i.T,aai tipnr f
Mi.iltit L-...kt i;ir.n t rrr.it lir.r ..7 it U'iit
and he wood sejestthat Voonivcrsal
amncstv lie first tliscust.
: mvself, "the first j
oiib'le is onto us' j
"Now,"' sez I to
installment uv tr
Uiit it wuzen't. ':
The other eleven had bin yawning
fearfully doorin this orashuu.but they
each choked off their rcspectiveyawns
lng enough to exclaim in korus :
"Oil, blast your Yooiiiversal Am
ncstv ! There ain't no doubt but we
shel all agree on that pint ! (So on !"
I wuz delitcdto see them ruff pints
fft over so easy
'"VV.,'at d" .wi.l!f 111,1
tiuestion asked Mr. Smith.
"Jilarst tlie suurage tmt stioii : ex
claimed the eleven with one voice.
"We shel hev nr trouble with that."
! n the tariff !' shret ked the
sturdy eleven, "ihere enn't possibly
be any trouble about the tariff, nor
will there Ik- anv difference uv onin-
1 ytm regarding iashnel banks, Civil
jServis, IleveniKi, or anything t dsn.
I Wc shel airrce on all uv tliat. i'ass
..Th:1IlV i1(.9v,. v ,
i the necessity of -necess, and are tract
able. There unit nothing else that
can niakf trouble."
Thev uil yawned terribly. There
was an anxious silence fur nlxwt a
minut, which Mr. Peters (Dem.,) fin
'What we want to know," set! he,
"is who shel we nominate for sher-
Mr. Jones (Lib. Kep.) sed with
much warmth and fcclin' that his
friend had urged him to accept that
place, and he hed, after much solissi
tashon consented to take it.
Mr. lYtcri rcmarkt in a sarcostic
tone that Mr. Jones bed bin, if he
could tak his work for it, polissittby
his frsends uv the llepublikin party
" "kt m" 1. tc-a Tre,tut
his friends wuz composed pnnci.
i 1: ir i.:-r..ii....
iiallr uv himself, his' father, one son
and a brother-inlaw, lie hed never took
it very much. lie wood see the co
lishen in jTrnrhct afore h wood con-
scat toxvSt made tlie vHilde nr car
ryin played out ablishnists. "I'll
uvcr coaut. 'fccd ilr. I ctcrs exci
tedly, i'to poe tho best 'ofus in the
county filled by a rotten decayed r(;n
egadti. I want that oflis mygelf."
Immcjitly Mr. Jones and Mr. l'c
ters were settlin their personal differ
ences on the floor, in tho manner for
which fcouUiora JnjcaDj is celeliratcd.
Mr Thompson, .(Lib. Hep.) sed the
ruajic word Auditor 1" iiiiraejitly Mr
Urown, (Hem.) sed that that place hc
hed considered hizzeu ; to which Mr.
Thompson, replied that .Mr. Urown
wua only in this movement becoz the
regler Dimocrisy would never
inate him fur nothin.
m. mm ........ '
adapted to my j
abilities, that I ncv
" ' ,
and Mr. Urown 1
wuz in less than a second, rolling the
floor in a bear hug; each frantically
endeavoring to possess hisself uv the
other's left eve and right arm.
Mr xr-riotL-ov mem 1 nd Mr. Ad
ams Lib. Hep. got into an argy-
ment on the floir cz to which snooa
le nominated for Recorder; thcTreas-
i . i . i
urvship furnished Mr. O'Shaugnessy
Dem. and Mr. Dodder Lib. Kep. on
occasi.n for a set-to ; Mr. Smith Pern,
and Mr. Totter Lib. Kep. altercated
concemiii a scat in the Lcgislacher ;
and over the county clerkship Mr.
i;iodvtt Dem. and Mr. Muggins Lib.
Rep. partook of each other's gore.
Thev were all on the floor roll in in
cadi other's arms to wont ; the air
uv the room lieing thick meanwhile
with the groans and oaths uv the gen
I didn't know at the time how the
matter resulted, for an Injiany free
fite lasts an hour and 1 hedu't the
time to stay. Rut the whole thing
went up. They all hankered to be
Rriigadears, wich in politics, as in
mil tary life, can't W. Each man
wuz in the movement to promote his
sclf, and cf he eoodent get what he
yearned for, he preferred to bust the
movement. And it was busted ac
cordin. ' I eoodent help thiiikin on my way
home, that no matter how kind and
conciliatory the average Liln-rul Re
publican and Democrat may Ik in the
matter uv principles and platform,
they are fearfully apd dreadfully in
earliest when it comes to noniina
shuns. I don't know what fhokt me
most, their appathy tit the licginnin
uv the mcetin, o." their fiery zeal at
itsendin. Politics is queer. - -rr.Titoi.Ki
M V. Nasuv, 1. M.'
(Wich wuz Postmaster.)
A 'hRlr-ni!UliiR Villas'.
The principal business in the town
of Gardner Mass., is that of the man
ufacture of cane and wood seat chairs,
and not only are most of the inhabi
tants, old aud young, cither directly
or indirectly engaged in this business,
but work is furnished to hundreds of
people, in braiding the cane for fifteen
or twenty miles around. There are
fifteen firms who prosecute this busi
ness, who turn out on an average all
the way from three hundred to twelve
hundred per day. The largest facto
ries employ from two hundred to three
hundred ojeratives,while the smaller
ones have from one hundred to one
hundred and fifty ; and, at the present
. i . il il .. .1 .
tune, noi ics.sinan sixuiousauticiiuirs:
per tlay arc inatlc in this village. j
The workmen cmidovcd in these
laciorics rq.rcMin, ...u... ,.,u,
' That place,-' w d
'is so pckoolverlv
nmongst which are Americans,!- renen j Arkaustt8 am, A, iri!,oliri. TLc iutteri
Irish, tt.i.l l a libera sprinkling t.hl ne-: tLroWiair a w.t)rnful' glance ut the
grocs. 1 hey work both by the piece snalol. frol Solllj, Carolina, cxclaim
and tlay, ami cam from 1 :.() to wi i0 a rtllletimail i wir K. IU.V(T
per tiav. ijusiiics uit iuhmiu uiu
siimnier has Ikcii brisk, and all the
tiiiu rent lactones nae oeeu running
I0 uieir iu.. cai.awy . . ... ,
oo of these cst;iblishnicnts, 1 ho visi-,
i.. ...I i i i
nituae oi tne itusiness wnen ne sees
spread out before him thousands up
on thousands of feet of lumber in the J
stock-rooms, the huge piles of bot
toms, backs, rounds, etc., uniformly
arranged, assorted und sized, and
hears the clatter of all kinds of ma
chincry ; he no longer wonders where
the immense quantities of chairs
which are required to meet the de
mands of the trade come from. (Jar-
dner is the oldest chair-inaniifuctur-
itire t.ll-ll in Mllintri tlll llllilll'
liavinr first lom started tW Mxty
years a-o, n a little shop vhvr only
one ir two nanus en- cuipiojcu.
The pioneers in this now large and
raiutllv increasing business
i are at least one inousanu tinicrcni
kinds of chairs made, from the cheap
est to the most costly. The stock
worked up is oak, maple, and birch,
which comes mostly from Vermont,
while tlie black walnut conies from
the Wot. The rattan from which
the cane is made is imported from
Java, aud is manufactured into cane
I readv fr use at Kitchhurc and Head
imir nnd costs to the manunicturcr
about fiftv-wven cents to tho thou
There arc en-agcl in the
li""Tent factories not less than ten
engines, which furnish the mo -
tive power for propelling the saws,
lathes, etc., and such a degree of ver
fection has been arrived at that the
nicest accuracy iu joints,, sizes, and
the general. make-up can always lie
counted uiMin. The chairs find a
market all over the world, large tpian-
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ITU..: j.i ii.i.i 1 iw.iriir wii i 11 iii i if. l :iiii
i..r..a, .-sonin -merica ana Lina .
uew company lias recently been
ganized iu this place. 15v their
iiroved method of fas
telling the cane
tl.e strands are all equally and every
cna lasiened. sot nat eacn sustains us;
duo prttptirtion of tht weight.-.ind the ! t(.n,j)(.r . ant Clay's
scat is thereby rendered mut-h niore.I1(1 , ' ' ',,'
durable than ordinary seats.
Instead of the present method .f
braiding the cane, by hand, this com-
pany hayc. foiniucnccd the ueavBig
or it bv -looms, similar to the cloth ;
. a a
several Hand-looms are now in opera-1
tion, tind the success of the enterprise
has Itcen so wonderful tlatmachinery
is iH-iftg built to tijKTate them by
stean power. The present produc
ing capacity of th couipauV is from
4(M to 500 seats per day ; but that
production will lie greatly augment
ed by tltese improvements. llosfnn
Com.' Advertiser. . fm
A.RfBiiniM-pnrr mt ilrmry luy.
Mr. Clay on one occasion in tlie
Senate exhibited a degree of dramatic
power, a faculty of imitation and per
sonation of his political opponents,
that excited the admiration of all who
heard him. He undertook to paint a
sctiiu that occurred the night previ
onsat the White House. Mr. Tyler's
veto of t he Hank bill aroused a strong
feeling of indignation amoug a portion,
of tho; inhabitants of ' Washington,
and a ' considerable numljcr of the
malcontents collected at the Executive
Mansion to -fxpresn their feelings by
opprobrious remarks and other evi
dences of disapprobation and disgust.
It f L&npcnrd tliat on the same night
of thii disorderly aud insulting dem
onstration a number of Democratic
Senators made a complimentary visit
to the President to express their sat
isfaction at the noxvice he had render-1
ed in arresting the bank charter. A
resolution of inquiry into tho distur
bances at the White House was mov
ed in the Sod ate, and .'Mr. Clay, , fn-ge-niewnly
and mischievously" con
founding the riotous proceedings of
the mob with the Visit 'of tho Hcmo
watic Senators, gave a graphic and
most amusing account of the affair,
putting into the mouths of the visitors
and several Senators who were not
nom-pprVScnt, characteristic and appropriate
I addresses to the President It was a
...i r..r Me t':i Iii harsh,
scathing ridicule he was always clT.-c-
tive, and no man execueu -
hement denunciation or nnsarinsr vi
tuperation, lint be liad nu a heen
sense of the ludicrous, nor was he
generally happy in humorous allusion
or fanciful illustration. One of the
hnnoiest hits of hi life was on the oc-
casiou referred to The resolutmn of
' - flM. - 1.-
... hniiirn mi iM'nuTP ir i nv
r . 1. l 1 (
was liciore cniir. .nr. .liar
said, in substance, that if any wueti
proceedings did occur, they were cer
tainly very wrong. The Chief Mag
istrate, whoever he may lie, should be
treated with beconiKhr respect, if not
for his personal character, on account
of the, exalted office he holds. He
had read with great pleasure the acts
and resolutions of an early meeting
held by the orderly aud respectable
citizens of Washington in reprobation
of these distill bailees. Rut if the
resolution had lccn adopted, he had
intended to move the appointment of
a select committee, the Senator from
Xew Hampshire fur chairman, to le
composed of a majority of his politi
cal friends. And for this reason ; he
had Jieard that ' abont eight or nine
o'clock that fame night there was an
irruption on the PresideutV house of
the whole Jioco-foco party in Congress
and ho had Iwcn inclined to suspect
that the llcged disorders might have
grown out of thai fact. He under
stood that the whole party was there,
and no spectacle, he was sure, could
have liecn more amusingor ridiculous.
If he could have Im-cii in a position
to witness that extraordinary re
union, hc should have had an enjoy-;
meiit which no dramatic performance
could communicate. He could al
most fancy that he could then seethe
principal dramati jmiuxe who
figured in the scene. There stood the
grave and distinguished Senator from
Mr. Calhoun instantly rose and in
sisted upon explaining, saying he was
not there, but Mr. Clay refused to
yield the floor. ' '
The Senator must excuse him. It
was necessary to his picture that the
distinguished gentleman should have
been present. With his permission,
he was there. Tall, care-worn, with
furrowed brow, haggard, intently ga
zing, looking as if he were analyzing
the last abstraction that sprung from
metaphysician's lrain, he muttered to
himself, 'This is indeed a crisis !''
Then there was the Senator from
Alabama Mr. King.
' I was there, Mr. President," in-1
tcrjcctcd Mr. King.
Xo doubt of it, said Mr. Clay. The
Senator was standiuir upright, and j
,rojfllIu. ,; 4i, u(,n u-.r hn
n , ' arf. f , , ... ,
jputed question of order. Not far off
j Ui)l Mini,rjUl! Senators from
inventetl a humbug !"'
Mr. lSenton said, ' I was not there.''
aj (n o(.(.,.i,iny Ihe denial of
Mf iWntolu pro.t.(.,ie,l : He m.xmI
corroclwl Ul! was f,,v imajj-iuing
what the Senator from Missouri
. v1.i1i .:,i ;ri. iin.i tu,,, tilir.
Xhcn tl,pre tood tll Senator from
(Jeorgia Mr. C'uthlx rt. debating in
his mind how hc should make his
next attack upon the Senator from
Kentucky. The honorable Senator
j from Pennsylvania Mr. ISuchanan
j was undoubtedly the sMkesman for
i his whole party. Mr. Clav said he
I could not pretend to imitate the gen
tleman's well-known chrquenec, but
: he must make an humble essay toward
i In Lout of rwoi li u liicli lie miirlit
,mvc Uon cxcUhI to driver :
..Mav H JlIoaM, vou Exwlloncv : A
I uuiuIkt of your prs'nt ulitical
I,. lAiitunnr i-Itli titiAli Iiui-a 'dilfift
III V'I4I '! tt III! lilt n II. 1 1
to deposit at yonr Kxcellency's feet
the cvidenceK f our loyalty and de
votion, and they have done inn the
honor to make me the organ of their
sentiments and feelings. We are
here more particularly to present to
vour Excellency our grateful and most
cordial congratulations on your res
cue of the ctauntry from a flagrant
and alarming violation of the Consti
tution by the creation of a Dunk of
the United States, and also our pro
found acknowledgments for the vote
by which you have illustrated the
wisdom of your administration, and
so greatly honored yourself. And we
would dwell particularly on the un
answerable reasons and cogent argu
ments with which the notification of
tin. net. in t)ir T.nrrilntiirr. Iinil l.iwn
nt.WIliraine(1. Vc l,ad been ourselves
i trulinjr for davn and weeks to ar
, r0h.t lhc j,assagc '0f tlft ami t
prevent the creation of the monster to
which it gives birth. e had expen
ded all our logic, exerted all our abil
ity, employed all our eloquence; but
in spite of our utmost efforts, the
friends of your Excellency in the Sen
ate nnd House of Representatives
",v ...,...-0 m
I proved too Ktrong lor ns. Ana wc
. . . .
' j have now camo to thank vou for In-at-
havenow came to thm
ing your own friends an achieve-
a.fr n.u linnnn nm.lr. tnrt w...lr
- 1ut the oU)0, 1VjU(t.ratic Scnato'rs
tnfX- ;.nor,;., Q :.. 1
A (i.l ttrr(ii'iin r.f inlml Willi Iij wmi-
derfiil graces of eloeuti.ni, had apleas-
j ant-4fri.t.t t,c St.ate.-Froi.i
-Hccollections of an Old Stager," in
Jh . M(ltjaziie yor A ,
I . j j j
, Miinxixo paiicr, in discussing the
milk tpiestion, informs us that there
s to Ire a convention of producers.
Hoes it mean that the cows are go-1
ing to meet in convention aud take '
measures to prevent the damage to j
their reputation occasioned bv thet
vile practices of middle men and re
tailers? Lkctvbe on the "moral senti
lticut" in - Philadelphia, remarked
that the dearest ship in the world was
" friendship," whcreujion a young
man rose from the congregation and
stated that he knew another a dearer
ship still and that was "courtship."
The young man had once liecn a de
fendant in a claim of breach of prom
ise of marriage.
, The Daubury New says: An out-of-town
couple applied to one of the
Danbury drug stores on Wednesday
for soda-water. "What syrup?" pro
pounded the clerk. "Syrup syrup,"
repeated the bucolic fop with "an in-
creuuious stare, and then leaning for
ward, hc impressively added: "Stran
ger, money is no object to me to-dav;
you kin put nugar in them."
Wc never kncwa cabman with an
ryeglass, or a chimney-sweep with
spectacles. Wo never "knew a lady
buy a bargain at a shop sale and not
afterwards regret it We never knew
a man propose tho toast for tho even
ing without his wishing that it had
not been placed in abler hands. We
never knew a waiter in a hurry in a
chop house who did not say that he
was "Coming, sir," when really he
was going, v c never lost a game
to a professional at billiards without
hearing him assign his triumph cliief
Iv to his scratches.
MlM lUllll Ull.-t.
R. R R.
RADWAY'S READY "RELIEF
CTBEM THE WORST PAINf
In from One to Twenty Minutos.
NOT ONE HOUR
after rcatUne this tuivi-rttwroent nc-d any ou
hPFrKIl WITH l'Al.N.
eadwat; ukapy hklikp is a cure fob
It in thr fir and l
Tli Only I'aln llemcily
tluu Inatantly atop lha mnt excruciating paiap, aliara
lnflmnmatiotia. and rorea ConaeUinA. brllwr of tl.a
Lanes Stomach, DoireU, or oUir glanda or organ, lr
FKOM OITK TO TWEXTT MINUTES,
o mattar how rtoltnl or ncruciatlnr. Ilia iiain the
KHK0MAT1O, Bed-rut.lOT. Infirm, Cripplnl, liuroua,
Itauralf k, or pruatratail with diacaaa nujr autTer,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF ,
WILL AFFORD IXSTAST EASE.
INFLAMMATION or THIS KlbNEYS.
lNFLaJthtATloV OK THR BLADDER.
IXFLAMMAT10aT)K THE BOWELS.
CO.VOESTIOM OK TUB LCSCS.
IITSTERICS, CUOUl'. ffiW.VrLUEXZA.
IIKADACnE, TOOTn&iAi KDEl'ilATlSM.
COLD CHILLR, AOUK :hili.s.
Tu applwaiioa of Uta Kcady Urllcr louippartor
r wia where Uia luin or dulktuty uu a ill auurd eaao
ajid comfort. . .....
Twenty rrrpr. In half trrnihler of water will hi a few
moment! rare CRAMPS. MIASMS. HiwK RloM ACII,
IIKAKTIIUHN, 8ICK HKAOACHk., VIAKIil IKA.
lfsKNTKKY. ('OLIO. WIM1 IS THAI lIUVS ELS,
and all INTERNAL fAlNS. .,.,
Travel. should alwa eanr a bottle of Rndarav'a
Rfady Krlir-f '" tlirm. A row drop in aier ill
trctil aiwneaa or palna from chanro of water. It U
cUur than French Brandy or Kitten aa a atuuuint.
VKYER IJiD AG IE.
FEVER AND AdUE enred for tUtyeenw. Tlierela
ant a remedial
. .. . ..... mr,A
edlal aceut In tbla wnrld that will cure Ferer
i, and all other Malartoua. Bijlooa, Scarii-t. Tv
sllow, and oilier Fevers (aided by K A l A I S
'..i- itinuiivi lAllV lCRf.lT.1.'
Yellow, and oilier Feeara (aided by KAliWAY'S
i'll.LS) ao avick aa ItADWAY'S UEAUY UtLltK
Fnty ovuu per oottla. r.ld ty DrucgiaU.
U per bottle, bold f y Drucgiata.
HEALTH ! BEAUTY 1 1
sntoNo and rrnE men MiwijrraSVSE
OK KI.F.Hll AND WEKillT-tl.KAIl SKIN -AND
LKAUTIFL'LCOMl l.KXlO.N btCILULO 10 ALL.
n S MAPE THE MOST ASTONLSHIfiO CURES t
ft UI'ICK. HI l:.Vll ARK THE CHANGES
TJIE 11DDY I'NDKKi.oES. I'NUElt THE IK
FLt'E.NCK OK Tlllri TUl'LY WOMKUFl."L
- ilKWClNK. THAT
Dav an Increase in Flesh
and Weieht is Seen and Felt.
THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
F.verr drop of the SAIUAPAKIU.IAN RESOLV
ENT eoniniunlcat.- thnnih the ltlood. Hweat, Urine,
aud other lluu! aiid imen of the syatem Uia virr of life,
for It rebalra the vuli ot the body with new and aonnd
ttuteriui. Jierofnla, SvJill'w, Conmniptlon. OlanduUr
din-e. Cleem in tiio Thnmt. Month, Tnmorf. Notli in
toe Oland and ether parte of the aratem, Kore Kyea.
Mrumona liirhRrr'a from the Kara, aod tha wore.
firm of 8mn diM'i, Eruption, Fever Horea, Srald
lleail, ltlnic Worm. SU Unaiioi, Erynipclaa, Acne, Mark
KiMite, 'onna in tl:e rl.-.h. i'uuinnt, Cuneera In tiie
AN nnili, and all wertkenin: and painful dlwnareea, Nlsht
hwrate IeM of hperm. and all wrirs of the life prlncl
a:e, are wilhin the curative Mnff of thin wonder or Mod
era Chaniatry. and a few dan1 unewill ruva to any
jvrv-n rminz It for riihrr of Uicw foraii of diaeaaa lu
Lnieirt power to cure tlM-ai.
ir tiia iiticnt. daily hecouilne reilneed uy 0i waatea
and dHconipoeltion that i4 ei.nllnually ornirrcwine. auc.
cee.tr. in arresting thee waatea. and reiuilrt tlie name with
n(" material tu.-ule from bt.-iltltv blood and Uiia Uia
.VWISAI'AKU.LIAN will and aeenre.
N.4 onlv doea the SABearAaiLLiaa KrwLTrirr (Trel
-'I (cii.iwii remeilial aenl in tlie cure of Chronic, Scrofu
, cnu'titutianal, and fckin diaiaa; butltla the only
i.i.iitve cure for
;;.lney &. ClatIIor ConipIainH,
rinarv, at.il Womb .II-m-il-c, CirttTfl. P!U-lo, IvTOf-y,
-!.t;Hiirof VtT, Incnilin;npf Trine, IfrijclH't
a-r. Alliumtimna, and in all caw where there are lrick
tif frrnit. or the water H tMrk, elomlr, mlTcd with
i..wt.ir.ri like Uie wLlte of an rpr. Ihreaile like white
t there la a rt.tl, Hark, bimrn anneai-unee, ana
l-. I 't Ihoiie dt di-fiia, aiul when tht-re I
i prick in-.
iriiiir iieiti.w when fwewnr: water, and pain la the,
..rtw H ick and along the Loiua. Trice, $1x1.
WORMS. Tlic only known cr.il auro Ecmcdj
TuiMor of 12 Year' Growth
Cured by Katl way's Etcsolvcnt.
lliTt.LT. W. . Imlj !. IMt.
llr.. Rmwir : I len hd (Irwitt Tumor la Um eeariei aa4
AH ifce IImcWcs uit lhrr wm ae fur 11." 1 trNMl
rv tliiee tha was Feoaimndrd ; but a.4ane belrW BM. I
renr Kilml,wit tlmritt I w.mbl try it : bvt bad ao fa!!
I:, it. I hmd itared tr twelve vear. I leek eta eoHlM
M tin KJvMit, and eite L-r ef Kadwav'i F11U, Hid twe ba
IU . yvr keeil Keliet ; ead tarr m mU a Mra of laauir to mm
u-m Mt, oud 1 frl Wtter. tmarter. aad boi nN taaa I bae
.lwl yrare. The wnr.t tumor u la In kft el.U of the
o"o'l,ever Ilia eroio. I write tot to yoe for tlie eeaeat oj
ototn. 1 na eaa oUuh ii at yea caeow.
r Hannah r. KWArr.
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS,
rfr-t!r tiyU-ks. ctrartly rnatrd with mrt rnm,
iurt'. f-c'il;. punfv, futsftK, tni MrpnctbtMi. li-ut-wiv'n
I'i'A. f-r !) rare oi U lionlr of tlt Stomach.
I,r. r. IWwci. Kidiivyn, Dllilpr, Nervous Dlwaui,
H -..la.J.f, roiiaiiXwo. Ccitivrnttis. IndixrsUon,
I-viw 11:4, B liomrifiw, Hiliom Frvcr, Irfl.vnn.at,on ot
(iw U..-vj. l,iUjiT.ridalMn;ranp(fnciit'.fthc Internal VI-fi-ra.
VTniiitl to effxt a w-fitlvecure. purely VeFeta
W jiininc n imveurv, ruineraJ-'.or deMcrionsdnijra.
Z if Olerr th3 f..owliie syRil-tuUiS RJUiiULX Crum
ljoitltfrof Lbc Liivevttvc Ordain:
4'..nati4Uafi, tmwv4 PiIm, t Ua- of tU Clmd ! lh HMtt.
fWitv U ium etoviwh, llruitnara, UiifrMt of Kod,
Y :- r W-Tardt in lh Sumirk, Ra,r ErnrtdUMBi, Simkinr or
mirrii.ir at th Pit of ti Stomack, Siiuitsia of tbt Hrd,
.UrHrnl ratit Iitfl.-lt BrMihing, KlttltTinc t the Haaii. Cbokiog
ft Ht.llta.-at.nf !UMAiaiM im Lvlnft Pttlin, TiintMU of
v..-n. wr Wa brfor itkt Strfct, ltvT utA Doll Pa.n tm
it.. Me-4. IviriM-tr of PrT.virt.o, TdNifM of tk Skim
.4 kvem. Vim im U.C SiJf, CImaI, LBaU. UVti MtUcft Fliui of
' -a. Hwitit i flmmh.
A few d..e of RAIVAT3 riTetS Wilt frw Iht 9V
t .''ii ft Mm .11 iLe nrn,ve t.wi-d i!lnnUn. JVioe, cents
; r'. .i. Sl.!l I.Y IltUiIISTS.
;-.K.! " KAf.SK AM TRt'E." Fend one Mr.
...,.u. I: Al'U AY 4:C. No. 8? Mh!e Ltu.e. Nw
: ini rutmC-jii wrtU tio,ui.ii.' wUl b scut yvo.
r . T "
7 Knives and Forks,
AXES. SHOVELS. LOCKS,
Hinges, Nails. Files, etc.
Carpenter's, Blacksmith's, andj
j- t J v , r. i.-ym, k
IV T.iKaefv i Rirth f''m I,
jona n nomr.m
NO. 240 MAIN STREET,
J OH XSTO W X , V t: X X A .
Wc noil Praftii nrotlublc In all pnrt of the t'nl
tod Stair ami Catiailao. mwl In Forelirn rxintriw.
buy tlultl, t'onD ami tlortminint Jtrirel l
hirhent uiarket jtrioea. lal Munvy on rnroil
rwurttr. itruna ani t;neek m oilier iiik onn.
ot Uioe ni'eivtyl oniU'ijeit luijal'leon Utuuiu l
Iiitered at the rate of Six per ecnt. per
Annum paid on Time Dejiwitf.
KvfrTthlnir in the Itanktng Une rtwclfC! t.ar
Tlianklul to aur frlcmlf an.l oastnmcm for tlielr
aat fHttrrinrtr, w teilirlt a mntinuanea r the
auic. ami tuviu; other who have liuninev In our
line to xlr v a trial. R-'urinsf all. t lint we alia II at
all tinuK (In all wc ran to trlvc eniirc "utisfartion.
Feh.l Te JtillX P1IIF.U T K ft .
JJ II! ARI HOI'SE,
tVinsKn Ninth ash t'niTxrT Srnrtnft,
! II I L A 1 K L PHI A.
" H. W HANAdA,
Feb 14 71 PmiTictor.
Everything iwrtainlng to liilliaril ol lowest irkv,
IlluxtrateU CataloKUc? (cut by mail
H. W. Collender, New York,
Saeec.'sor to I'HEIAN k COLLENDEH.
lacorporated Act of LEjMatiire.
CAPITAL, . .
Depositors secured by Real Estate
Six Per Cent. Interest
Paid to depositors aa tha cotr.poundinj
MtfUlieHlltH U dirwrttd io tl-m liberal pro
tUUtm for trilktlrauimg money deposited.
It can be done in email amount, WITIIOVt
A'OTICjB FROM TJIS DXPOHJTon.
Att eommunieatione trill rertlr prempi
JAMES T. BRADY, .
- . Pretilcnt.
Vlnrirar Bittra we nnt a vile Kancy Dnnk.
made of Poor Rum, Whiikey, Proof Spirits and Refute
Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened to please tlie
teste, called Tonics,' Appetiiers," Kextorers,'
ftc, that lead tlie tippler on io drunkenness and ruin,
but are a true Medicine, made front the native roots
and licrbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants.
They are ',e lreat hlood Purifier and a Ltur-givin
Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorater uf the
System, carrying oiT alt poivmous matter and re5Urinj
tlie blood to a health condition, enrirhinf; it, refreshing
and invigorating both mind and body. They are easy
of administration, promi in their action, ceruin in their
results, safe and reliable iu all forms nf disease.
Xo Persou can take tliena Bit irrs accord -tng
to directions and remain long unwell, provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point
Dyspepsia or Indlffcst Ion Headache, Pain
in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the C hest,
ainesa, Sour Ernrtanoos of the Stomach, Had Taste
in the Mouth, HiImws Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Inflammation of the Lnns, Pain in the regions 01
the kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptom.
are tlie oiisDnnzs of Uvsnensia.
In these complaints
it has no equal, and one bottle will
"oe a better guar,-
aotee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement.
For Keuiale CompUlnM in young or old.
married or single, at the dawn nf womanhood, or the
turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so decided an
influence tliat a marked improvement is toon percep
tible. For Inflammatory ami Chronic. Rlien
mat lam and (rout, Iyeptaor Indigestion, lii) ions.
Remittent and Intermittent Fevers, ltseaes of the
Blood. Liver. Kidneys and HIadder. these Bitters have
been most successful. Such Diseases are caused by
Vitiated ltlood, which is geueraily produced by derange
ment of the Digestive Organ.
They art a (Gentle Purgative a well ae
a Tonic; posseum; also the peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful a sent in rUevim Congestion or fntUm
matioa of the Liver and Visceral Ory-ii, and in liliotta
For Skin Disease!, rrupiiont, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Plotchen. Spots, Pimple, Pustules, Hoi Is, Car
buncles, Ring-wonrrs. Scald-Head, Sore Kye, Ery
sipelas. Itch, Scurfs, Discolora turns of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Sltin, of whatever name or nature.
are literally dug up and carried nut of the system in a
short time by the use of these liittera. One bottle in
tuih cases will convince the moit iucrcdulous of their
lleanee the Vltlntetl Hlnnil whenever you
find its impurities burstiug through the skin in Pimples,
Kruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when it is
foul ; your feelings will teil you when. Keep the blood
pure, and the health of the system will follow.
Oratcful thousands proclaim VinrcAt liiT
Tas the most wonderful Invicorant that ever sustained
the sinking system.
Plnv Tap, and other Worms, lurking in
the system of so many thousands, ate etFectuatiy de
stroyed aud removed. Says a distinguished phystol
ogist: There isscarcely an individual upofc tlie face of the
earth whose body is exempt from the presence of worms.
It is sot upon the henutiy elements ot tlie body that
worms exist, but upon tlie diseased humors and slimy
dr posits that I reed these living monsters cf diase.
No system ot Medicine, no rermitugs, no antneimm
it ics, will free the system from worms like these Bit
ters. Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged in
Paints and Minerals, such as PInmlers, Type-setters,
Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance in life, will
be subject to paralrns of the Bowels, 'i o guard against
this take a dose of Walkii's Vinkcak Bitters once
or twice a week, as a Preventive.
IlUioufl, Remittent, and Intermittent
Fevers, which are so prcviJent in the valleys of our
great rivers throughont the United States especially
those of tlie Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois. Ten
nessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos,
Rio Grande, Pearl, A iabaina, MuUle, Savaanah, Koati
oke, Jamc and many others with their vast tributa
ries, thronghout our entire country during ttte Summer
and Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons of
unusual heat and dryness are invariably accompanied
by extensive derangements of the stomach and liver, and
ether atidommal viscera. There are always more or less
obstructions of the liver, a weakness and irritable state
of the stomach, and great ton of ile IkiwcK being
cKigged op with vitiated accumulations. In their treat
ment, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon
these various organs, is essentially necessary. There is
no cathartic for the purpose equal to Da. J. Wauckr's
Vinkcak !t!TTra, as tliey will speedily remove the
dark-colored viscid matter with which ttte bowels are
loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of
the liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions
of the digestive organ.
Scrofula, or Kind's Evil, White Swellings,
Ulcers Krysipehs Swelled Neck, Goiter. Scrofulous
Inflammations. Indolent Inflammations Mercurial Af
fections Old Sores Kruptions of the Skin, Sore Eves,
etc., etc. In these, as in alt other constitutional Dis
eases VTax ker's Viniga8 Bitters have shown their
great curative powers in the most obstinate and intract
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bitters
act on all these cases in a similar manner. By purifying
the Blood they remove the cause, and byresolvmg away
the effects of tlie inflammation tlie tubercular deposits)
the affected pans receive beaith, and a permanent cure
The properties nf D. Waik' V intra a
Pitt as are Aperient. Diaphoretic and Carminative,
Nutritious Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-irritant,
Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious.
Tha Aperient and mild Laxative properties of
Dr. Walkir's Vikfca Bittem are the best safe
guard in ail cases of eruptions and malignant fevers
their balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protect
the humors of the fasces. Tlteir Sedative properties
allay pain in the nervous system, stomach, and boweis
either front inflammation, wind, colic, cramps tc
Their Counter-irritant influence extends throughout
the system. Their Diuretic properties act oa the Kid
neys correcting and regulating the flow of urate. Their
Anti- Bilious properties sum uia te the liver, in the secre
tion of bile, and its discharges through the biliary ducts
and are superior to all remedial agents, for the cure of
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, etc
Fortify the body against d Incase bv puri
fying all its fluids with Vimkcar Bitters- No epi
demic can take hold of a system thus forearmed. The
liver, the stomach, the bowels, the kidneys, and the
nerves arc rendered disease proof by this great invig
orant. Bircctloni. Take of the Bitters on going to bed
at night from a half to one and one-ha if wme-glassfuiL
Eat fiood nourishing food, ruch as beef steak, mutton
chop, venison, roast beef, and vegetables, and take
out-door exercise. They are composed of purely veget
able ingredients and conta:a no spirit.
J.WALKER, PropV. It, IX McDOSALD ACO,
Druggists and Gan. Agts San Fraricisco, Cal..
and cor. nf Washington and Charlton Sts., New York,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
EM TS XUKSEP.Y,
UAKNEDSVILLE, SOME1ISET CO., TA-,
The snhstTHicr infornii hit frirtWs and the pub
lic that he le now devoting his entire time to his
The firnt one ever started In theennnty, and to pre
pared to iumish iruaiplly all kitaln ot
: ORNAMENTAL TIIEES,
Vines and Plants.
HIS CONNECTION WITH
KNOX'S riTTSIH' KG Nl'HSKIIY
The lanrc!t and ' Wort complete In the I'nileil
Stales, cnahlcs him to naninK'e to hi eu.'tuinera
tlie cholciKt Tiirictica. and thriftiest irrowtli. Hi
pricca nro lower than ever licfore. Ill redvc I
not tn he emtdone hy anv in the State In price or
quality. Thrnc wonl will tie made ptaiJ! lie will
l-r.oiinlly jolicit onlcra thia full, hut orlcr d
drced an aUve will t promptly attcndeil to.
Send thetu In early.
HARRISON H. KEMPH.
A. H. Franciscus & Cto.t.ii
mror.TtKa n HE.vLtRS is
COTTON YARNS, RATTS, WICK,
Twine and Ropes,
MHIKINOdl.ASSI-, CI.(H K8, FANCY KANKF.T9
. Wooden and Willow Ware, &c,
HAXtTAtTfRt:n9 and jor.ner.8 or
OIL CLOTHS, MATTING, RUGS, &c,
613 Market Street ntvl HO Commerce Street.
The undersigned, nmprlctor of the Diamond
Hoick nn the onthcnt eorncrof tiie IHamond, be
in tndaceil try hi many friend, would say to the
travelintr pnhlle tliat ho la now prepared to receive
ami bospltaldy entertain all who may givo him a
call. His houso will lie omducted with the lie.it
order and furnish tine accommodation.
. Stoystown, Pa., April 17th, ls;i
sUnicd Is now cnaaired In maklnir upward
ol K)Urain Cradles, of an Impnnred pattern, u-
in tha aharp icround tTllpjier Scythe, wbh-n I the
hest manufactured. The cradle will he distribu
ted thmujih the county between Uie 1st and fcrth
ol June next, Persoii. wishing to purchase will
tind them for tale at all tha principal huinea 1
placet in the county. A large nuudier are made
ready at the mauuiacturr nt Jlerlin. Price rl.
apr. 17. lli.l. 1. HAY, iter I in. Pa.
. C KKIM.
J. I. LIVkMKMII).
fc LIYENGOOD, .
11 A N Jfl It S ,
SALISBURY ELA'LICIt, P. 0.
SOMtKBET COTJITV, PkSN'a.
Drafts Iiousht and sold, and colructioiut made on
all wrl nf the country.
Interest allowed on time deposit.
Special arranirmenta with Uaardiaiui nnd others
who bold moneys in trust. Jan 17 72
J O. HAKVEY k CO., ;
BITTER COMMISSION MERC1IASTS
C7 EXCFIANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE.
Idlieral cash advoncen on eonslirnmcnt and
returns promptly made,
llooU ami aS'eW.
If firry t :IIceril.s
Kivtrnliir IndTini" Jllie eiiiieiMnf Nmnprvet are!
the inililh' K' lx ra My, ili.it be haa junt rrfilminlMut
In the New Building on Main Cross
SPLKXIUP STOCK (F (.'OODS
IV.ucht In the TjiFteni rlticnal trie L.irrali i.rl-ei' i
an.1 la .rrinml to tunith the .ul.ll-with . vvrv'.
thills icrtaiilili to hlalinu i.l lutllea, '
AT VKIJV 1,1 iW l'IMt KS.
lie will kei i eLUKlaiitly uu lmii.1 uu'l In iirti-ur-el
In iiiiike Im.r.l, roll ,-l.i.rt in.!!,.',
Men, Women and Children,
rUI aiul ..rk uaulu,, In.ia the line elliriM-r the
hr.ai. ert tread hna,,. nlc ialirfi Will )i lurul.-h-wi
ROOTS, , !
1U SKIX (IF CALF, i
MOIMtOCCO, KID '
ANI LASTIXt! .M ATEIIIA I.s! j
And id Ihe uio."t D.liional.le rft.vlvr.
He will Insure a (jt and the a.nifa. th.n to
nil who may ,j, a eall.
HeifMlM, ,rr4in'd loluniii-h h. makers wilh .
a ii.in.kie iihwviiiii nt of
Lasts and Shoe Findings
Or every kind, whirl, will henoldat lhc U.wwt ca; h
-AU kind, ut rviilrlnir danorm hort Bidlce.
a,.l,l'',T,.i'y k1'"'','""? " l!,re f""' ""''. hv
ll Inic at the hmext .ll,e i.ri. , and hy fair
I?, iiT T' "rirt "' t hu.-iiw, t., rel-eive
a literral share ol i.ul,lie ir.iiKe.
npr.t,. iutr. II.C. HKF.IilTS.
T W. IIAVLS IJISO'S
Grocery and Confectionery,
"Wedc'lrc to Infonn Die mi.le of thift couimu
nity that we have purr-rinsed Ihe tiroeerr an.U!..n-
V . K "' "Mr. Ewi.. m-pedte the ,
Hiiriu t House, and have made ralu-ihlc ndditioi.i
nthe alrcailT tine stui kol thl. We sell all the j
heft brands of i
AND MEAL. j
KICK, SYKI IS, J
FISH, SALT, I
IiRlKIt ANI CANNED FRI'ITS.
COAL OIL, TODACCO, CltiAIiS. i
All kind Frcra h and ii,tuun4i
CANDIES, N ITS, CKACKEKS.J
FANCY CAKES. PF.liFl MEKV.
ANDTOILCT AKTICLES. j
COMIiS, KKT'SHF.S, SOAP, io. i
Also an asyortiuent of Toy. Kc
for the Utile I
io the f Ina-cry and Con- j
If Ton want anrtlilno
fcctl.4K-ry line call" at
Davis' Cheap Grocery,
OPPOSITE THE HARNET IIIH SE.
HATS AND CAPS,
Leather and Shoe Findings.
I. Jf. Zimmerman
Take? ldcanira In callmjr the atlenlion pf the c it- ,,-xr, ,.AT--r, . vr ur
ten ol Someraet and vicinltr to the fact that he ; 1 OR COOKING AND HEATING,
has aliened a More In hi residence, in t nkm nrwi i
where there will ulwavi lie kept on hand a com-1
plctc nHHortincnt of
Boots and Shoes,
Of ittprn ami home manufio'lnrc, a larire and
w(lluiw,rtidPU k of
HATS CAPS, j
And a jrrcat rnrlcty i f
lefiilhor and KliooFiHline.
or all kind.
There l ;.ls.i uuachcJ to the ?t rc a . j
CUSTOM-MADE ROOT .k SIIOi:'
.-..onuiu niinrjiii.-c tnai an worn mane
up in the hop will not wily fit the feet of cut,,ui -
er hut Hint only the hest material will lie uM
,.. ii. -
Will lie employc.l. The puhlic art- rifvtliillv
Invitcil to call and examine hi tock.
OR SALE AT
S7,000 OO, j
FAY A RLE
iw) 1st (k-tolwr, 1S72.'3U0 1st January. 17.1. f0
I in April, ia, j, auj juo a year tuereatier.
A Farm of 229 Acres,
Havimr two New House. New Hank Rant, (rood
Ondiard and Suirar Cniiti. well tlmliererl and well
improved, within hair mile of North Fork ltil
road. Poesessk.n lt April, 187X
O.sid jiajs-r will lie taken Ii the first twe imt
Dients. Possession t cutting timlarr (riven a main a
fl.WO I imi..
W. J. I! A KII.
Somerset, May 8, 7i
QROUSE .V SHIRKS,
' llimufiirturcrsof all gr:ul' of
o Attention particularly asked nt JMr.
-Onlers aollcited hy K IL Marsha IL, drumist,
Komcrset, Pa. my. 8.
LITERATURE, ART AND SONO
Is the hest selling; book ever offered. It eomhlnes
the humor of anecdote, the wisdom of essay, the
Information of history and IdoKrnphy, tha sweet
ness and frrandeur of poetry, the eiqu(.lt charm of
musle. and tog beautiful llluatratlona.
"Soli4 reading for grarar moments: pleasant pic
tures to Illumine quiet boors ; and genu of song for
the social circle."
An agent write, "Sold 127 copies this week ; will
sell too this month aatly."
Our aew lyiteia of cenvauine does away with
objections to tho business. Particulars free. A val
uable present to every new A irent.
INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHTNO CO..
my I vt and M Liberty Street, New-Vork.
Miner Inn 10W.
C. r. RHOAM.
rilE LIVK (JKOCKKY.
F. K H O A I) S A. C O.
Rc.i.:lfull annaiie to the (.rii.lb-tlit thf-y luve :
opjncU tlielr Kirrery In the laieeuwnt nf the ilwcl
linn hirtiae lately urvnpii-l .jr W. J. Iticr, rw.w tha
t W'a.Hliliit'.n Il.itel, ami nrf now illy receiving j
i fr-h in,liei of crithlnt; In the
tikocKUV a:; i) cunfo iionlky
Ijli.e. (rii'a Uti O.I1. t 'ur i are ol the v. ry
lel iju illlj. We will endeavor t i h ar nil. We
kei all the l.r.iii !? of
I OFtt, TEA, NL'OAH, HII'i; SVKI I',
MOI.ASSKS, 1IAU1.N.1 ll i.tl.S.
I WASHINO ItlH UKhS,
' ' SIA, lMilOO,
A LI. KIM'S SUA l,
KX. IJ KIWI Mill.
'AN.NEI IKI ITS
j ANI VE(JETAl:LES,
ALL K IX I.S
FlfENCH fc COMMON'
c; a ; i ) i i : s,
M TS, A I.L KIM'S,
Fill IT niscriTs,
FEU F CM FRY,
Met aal Fancy Articles Generally, j
UtULMHLK Tilt PL. fc,
IN B ASKM F.NT I IF TH E LATE R ESIfiF.NCE
W. J. HA ER, KstJ.
Not. Ii. 'Illy.
THE llhilltsT MARKET Mirk: PAID FOR
ALL Kl.SbS OFCOt .VTHV PfiODH F..
X. (). Kill M.
W. V. K A R LK.
A. C. IIAVISI
G. KKIM .t CO.,
SlWLsSdHSTtl STl TMAN i KE1M
I lh-g leave In fny to it Fjtr.n anil the PnMic that
' thev will eoiitinuc to rupplv whatever If ncedeil in
i their line hy Farmer., i'tuUdem, Hoii!ekeviier!.
I Cariienter.. Kiackuiith. Miner. Miller. 1. 11 111
i licriuen and Manuku-tureri ircnerally.
! Of the liM 't desir.il'le kinds, wkk h hare never, a
vet. failed to ive entire .,i 1 1.- l. t 1, ,11. are alw:iy
I kct on h ind.
I Ot' the Tarlou? liitti-m het adiipteil tn thcwantji
I of on r Farmers, warranted to (tive sitiataction.
lhclfinn-iiumlTalrea.lv in ue tlirnivin-unrn '
and the adoininx count ie.. nnd a ateadoy increa-
inir demand, arc a ulfleient (ruarantcc ol their
For alining, LumNcrin;;;. R.illr :id Pwil lirtr. 5te
id the iiMt appr,vcd)att -m and Ixct material,
made to order in h.rl iHti c.
ii i 1 ..li r. AIIIjIj 11wV.,
S A W-M ANRKELS,
ANTI FRICTION ROLLERS
IRON KAIL1NO. BALtONIES, 11 RACKETS, I
Window and Door-Sills,;
The Rose' Direct, an.1 the 'Parker" Ec action
For all the ditlercnt Plows used in the county. .
We are the authorized agents for the sale of
SPEAK S ANTI DI ST PARLOR STOVES,
In this counly.
We sell, at mnnuracturcrs' prices,
THE KCsiSEL REAPE15 AND MOWEK.
TIIE BEST STEEL PLOWS,
THE BEST HORSE RAKES,
And Agricultural Implements generally.
Wt hope to merit a continuance nf the patronage
so liberally extended to this establishment.
Our prices will be fair ud ottr terms liberal
N. I). KF.IMCO.
jan. 10, 71.
KTEK II KFFLKY-a
N t A K iil :.! Kh.S fcT, I'a..
Hrcl TluirUKli lre'l TKOTTINfJ an.)
A I. T I. K. NY CATTLE, COTSWoi.u stir j..
CIIESTEK WHITE HOtJ.S, St.tcisH '
SllKr-llKKI) IKX1S, liRAMAIl 4
1 I:lk. k Iiar.ASTEn Jamk
STALLIONS FOR I7J.
SM.fi I n l t April; rlndi JiiIj 9h, r .
HK'ACK LF. C K.ST K I h II 1 1 : K.
. lio.rte.l from Fii'lund. tlanda full IT li.n. i.
w.:lKi;. when in A e.4,.li n,n, VfX ,u,.'
' l'l:u-tt. with ."l. iidid ai-tii.ii; he i? ini,rr.j 1., r
! eouirtiit ju-iKen I tie t.-rt ''jet ,n,en ill a irAi,
I horse in iViiuusylvaiii:!. Iti.-i jitaili.1 e,,iij t'
I ttn hiiel to every market In the eouriiry
muiidiiiK .rien from .'i.w t tl.UM, an.'rj,.
Ironi fj..tt. to A yearling nily hai ,
. aukl for la Wei'ilnoreiiiwl County, v-t
t wart reru,ed for a roll not one year old.
I Hlai'k Iji-t.-eKi ryhire waa ot hy that eel, iiri.
I-eer,ier-hlre Hero, hi ducn hy lIU':t,er
jduin hy Kamii r'a Ilelliflit. Ijeu-rntrriim
' hy that farfamed pt-k if-tter H.. (. .
i tlie Inner .ifelzl.t Airrieoltural i'riaea.
ro'tdam waa jrot hy that noted iJerliydur
I Keal Ulan-: r in huii l.y that noteil horae V,
I Hy, whi.'li the Mire ol Km Iirayman. iy,.
ter-hire lli-p.'r. dam war jf .t l.y that real hr..,
! reatvrehlro hred h.n-e lilaek Ledrenterhire.
I n "t hy that mil hrown lli-en-mi;ir
"Id Lriceeier. whii h '41 taillonl that tr-,.,
1 the Mine .ea.m. Ol-l l-leeiter waa if,rf flT y
i Wild' l'.la k whl h wrred m.ireii a', .'
. tcuineaa e.u-li. Isi.u k hy old l,rU.. .
; w liii-li ened at Uv traitieia eaeli Marc l.V
Ternw -ji oi for Iiiyuranee.
Jot hy Mi ldli lon. he l.y l(vdk" II, .,
an. he l.y Alelallah, he hy .Manihruei. tiu ,T , '
. Me'eener. dam i.y i rank Fierce, he l,v 1 '
land lll.K-k Hawk. Iwl.y Andrew Ja. k-'ri.
Ymiii Iki-tuw. he hy liii(. A nil, i. in 'ira'bi
, In a heantlfu! Riy. with a mail tar. . r
ol lorm and temj-er. A dciw-ndent o, PU, $ '
g l'n4tlui lil'Mel. hertin ntt hut tU-vel. p tual.-
did tnaiin a.-tl,n of whk h he re, ai-. .
' f,roini-e. Ili ire tm-lr the firt Jin-iiiiuui
Mate K.iir. at Kimira. N. V.. in 1VJ, at "
: Horse lor ifettniar Ki.lsters). tpdtinK In -i-
. now .tuiitlsi at Insurance: and
1 Hainhletonian. In Chi'ter. Omno eouriTy.
i at jhAAi Insurance.
Ti-nns .'iii lor Insurance.
I l'artinx iifh a mare Udore ."he In k:.---,
lie with loal, forfeit the Insurance. All a.i-.
, and es-.es at the risk nf the owner,
i AJat'Pasturac tor uiari-s from a distance a-..
! rtofmhle rate-.
! A s ial iiri'ii.iuin will t aiven t.y m. :
N-st Ctdt of Iji-h-estershire et. of a tin-- r
! en.ldle: forthe hest tlliT. the ncnireot the i
and h r the third best eoit or tilly. th m
Slink Journal lor one year: to he "de-hie,l a- ,
r-oniiiiir County Fair, il held; and if not. ih.t
time will I announced tori.me olf early in .r'
Ixr: to he decided hy three et'iuietiiit iiii
ai'i I". HtjFLi:
j JkO WIS THE TIME!
iiM)I) IM.I.IAHI.F. AflF.X:-
TO SELL TIIE
Nev Under Feed
; Wilson Sewing Machit F.
IN THIS COUNTY.
I Ih-st Machine in the World. Pj-t -e'-,.-rhit.e
in market. Price, complete. 4;, 1
: leu warranty for five ve-irs. A.j)!v iiiiu.-,- i
; to 5.M'ITI i Foltiitniu!
ui.ir X i. 15. Sixth Street, Plti'i ur:,. i.
lluil.iiiu lots in the
Borough of Somerset
EliidMy Mtiutcl. and
; Fanning, fcalanlMrlz
In various fectlon of fv.merset cur,:; . I:.
;OX ACCOMMODATING TER.v
j A i rtii.n of the laniia are
j Improved Farms,
; others are unimproved,
i IKoN-ORE and
Are fi.und -n f.,nic of them, of fair jna!irj
tiuantitr. Fur terms, ice., fail fn or ad !
Auirust ST, "71 tf. S..uienet. h
1239 REMOVAL 2l C
TO THKIR NEW BUIl.PI
No. 259 it 341
Gprudte Wi.nl Street,
And open with
AN ELEGANT STOCK Or
Notitdis aiitl Siiiuil Wan s.
SELL AT UWFt EASTERN I'KIt
Euyer arc ini itej to call.
I". A RIlt'TH VlrT. V. T. If l.OX, J. O, .srkTUt
Feh 14 3 mo
I A R R ETT. SOMERS ET C .. PA
Earnest. Delp & Camp.
( j.j- j. pjXF
' yixt-fW PINU
AND CHETNTT LCMIIF-R.
S A W F.I A N I S H A V F.P SHIN -AND
"Cut to a bill at thort notiee.
f tnicr. from Ittmher dealer prf.nr. ilr '
wholesale prices. aui.
A. H. FRANCISCUS & C;
SIS MARKET STUF.ET.
1 We have opened fir the Sprin : tr:i !
' est nnd hest a-wrted stock id
i Philaclelphia Carpel
Table. st;ilr and FloorOH Cloth. Wirel. '
i.iel Paper. Carpet Chain, Cit. V!-
tinir. U adding. Twines. Wh ii. I !"
Lioklnir Ola-, Faucv lhLket.
Ba.-kets. lttii-ki-t. lnihe.CMl"?
W rinaer. W ntNieu an 1 W d
hiw Ware in the I tid
Our lance increase in bu.-dne enaMe' 1
low price ami furnudi the best qualuj nt f
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
, , The an.
Celebrated American Washer kudu
PRICE, 5 W.
!Ovt 1:5,000 sold iu
Term; Carpets, Wdays.
All other Koods, 3U day a. Net.
QREAT INDUCEMF.N r?.
Persians wantlnz nrst-claas Fruit T"'
and Plants shouhl call on
Somerset Omnty. I"1
You can purchase of him at "w,r J2!"
any other party. - - -'
". 12 1
AN HOOD: IIOWLUSt
RESTORED Just nuhli-nfti ,
i'l ir.-,iiiir.i..-j- V .1 '
I of Dr. Culverwell 'chdratei -
radical r-m rr I without medlcluelolSl"" 1
1 ... u...in.i iv.L,u involiimarv rT.
or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary "TZ, Uva. SL.
Alentnl and rny' - e
linialinients l Marrlaire. etc.: a.
Hon. Epilcp ' l'"II" induced hu "
vr sexual exiravauane. .,!'
-Pri.-e. in a scaled enveloi. ';-'.m,c
The celebrated author, in tin v
rlearlr demonstrates from m thirty -"",,
fill practh-r. that the alarmtn ;"r...n
self-abuse may lie radiealiv cured "'IIHrpri,'
srou use of internal meificine or tn -
, -- ...... . ... ..... ..... . mtttie oi 1 . .
simple, certain an.l enenuak j -.,iit- ' I MK
everv suflcrer. no matter what .,1X srl ' I
he. may cure himself cheaply, priysic.
" . . fc.han"" Th
aTThls Lecture snouin oe iu
Tonth and every man In the land. .,,
Sent, under seal, in a fdaln envei- w
dress, ia.t-liiil, on iwelpt ot nt TZTZ??n
Inmiii il - '
25 cents. Address t he PuWl'" iK i v JaT
i.ua . I'. u..i .astEse
1 Bi.werT. New Vrk Postl"'
it ia a