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TfiH Cattle Trnele,
Even before raihrayi began to fur-ni-li
additional outlets for Texan cat
For without auxiliaries it is rap-
tic The trade in thorn was immense
idly aupmented from year to year. It
is estimated that (.00,(100 Wves have
lieen driveu from Texas into Kansas,
Ncbratla, and the Western Territo
ries during the past year. It take!
about 200,000 head of beeveB annual
ly to support the Indians; for these
the government pays. In nil the
range; of country between the Itocky
Mountains and the Mississippi, as
Liph up as Hritish America, they re
ceive cattle from Texas. They ure
driven in immense droves through
the Indian country. As a drove trav
els about six or rijlit miles day.
when on a lonjr journey, the cattle
improve and increase in flesh when
the crass is pood. Many cattle are
driven to the Pacific coast, but in this.
trade few beeves are taken, the priu
cipal portion of the drove consisting
of heifers intended for stock raising.
It takes two seasons to pet a drove
through from Texas to Washington
Territory out he Paeific ; but theprioe
obtained there yields abeavvprout to
the drovers. Texas as vet is the
great breeding and herding district,
and Kansas the recruiting and grazing
region. The money branch of this
trade is carried on principally in Kan
sas City, Missouri, one bank last year
l.assinirovcr its counter $3,000,000 cat
tle money alone. With increased
railway facilities this traffic must
greatly increase till the daughter of
cattle for only their hides, horns, Ac,
hall no more be heard of. It is hoped
too, that the experiments so often.but
as yet unsuccessfully tried, to preserve
the meat slaughtered there for trans
portation to other cities in fresh and
useable condition may ere long
prove the undertaking practicable.
Should this ever happen the cattle
trade will undoubtedly receive furth
er inijtetus, which alone would make
the fortune of any State or jwople,
setting aside all other resources.
Hon to rit Collar to Heme Snow I -strra.
It is very important to have a collar
fit nicely and snugly to the shoulders
of the horse. It enables him to work
with a great deal more case, and ap
ply a great deal more strength. It
prevents galling and wounding, as the
friction is avoided. Collars are so
made, as to throw the chief force on
the lower part of the shoulders. The
horse can apply but little strength on
the upper part, and for this reason
brast chains are coming greatly into
vogue as the strength is exerted on
the lower part of the shoulders. Rut
we started out to make a new collar
fit the shoulders of the horse. The
collar should lie purchased of the
projier size ; just lieforc putting it on
the first time, immerse it in water,
letting it remain about a minute, and
immediately put it on the horse, lieing
careful to have the hames so adjusted
at the top and bottom as to tit the
shoulders, and then put the horse to
work. The coliar, by being wet, will
adapt itself to the shoulder, and
should dry on the horse. When ta
ken off it should be left in the same
shape it occupied on the horse, and
ever after you will have a snug fitting
collar and no wounds. Valley Far
mer. Trail ia Tla C an.
The Roston Journal of Chemidry
nays : "The impression prevails
among those who use freely fruits
which are put up in tin cans, that
they are injured thereby, and this im
pression is in many cases correct. We
have long contended that all prescved
fruits and vegetable should lie stored
in glass, and that no metal of any
kind should lie brought in contact
with them. All fruits contain more
or less of vegetable acids, and others
that are highly corrosive, are often !
formed by lermemtation, and the me
talic vessels are considerably acted
upon. The cans arc held together by
solder, an alloy into which lead en
ters largely. This metal is easily cor
roded by vegetable acids aud pois
oned salts are formed. Undoubted
ly, many persons are greatly injured
by eating tomatoes, peaches, etc.,
w hich have been placed in tin cans,
and we advise our friends who con
template putting up fruits the present
sumner to use only glass jars lor me
HOW TO 5IAKR THE FARM PaT.
One of England's most intelligent
farmers, Mcchi, has recently asserted
in a little book, called "How to Farm
ProCtablv," that "it is precisely 1
cause Rritish farmers have their cus
tomers the Rritish manufacturers
almost at their doors, and that other
corn -producing countries have not any
manufacturers, that Rritish agricul
ture is rich and thriving."
Rut the American farmer is learning
this lesson. Time was when he was
taught, and pretty generally lielievcd,
that it was wrong to "interfere with
the natural laws of trade," but he now
woll understands that nature does lit
tle, but art docs more. He must turn
the tide for himself if he would have
the stream (lowing by his own door ;
and every stroke of policy, natural or
otherwise, that will encourage manu
facturing establishments, and thus
brin? his customers near to the farm,
is to him one of the best natural laws
of trade. Our erratic friend, George
Train, in a recent speech at 'cw Or
leans, well said. "J- ree trade meant
the English farmer, protection the
American. Free trade really meant
selling whole skins to England for six
jience and lwinging back the tails for a
i-hilling. It is played out.
Hens is Place or Dons. There is
hardly family that does not throw
away enough table scraps to feed at
least Lalf a dozen Lens, and many
that keep a nuisance In the shape of a
dog, that does no good, but costs more
than a dozen good Lens, complain
that they cannot afford to keep hens.
One dog in a neighborhood is gener
ally a jrrcater trouble to the neighbors
than a flock of Lens would lie; for if
hens are well fed at Lome they will
rarely go away. But whoever saw a
dog that was not a pest, running
across the uewly-madc garden, and
sticking Lis nose in everything ? Kill
off the curs and give the food to the
Lens, and you will find pleasure as ,
well as profit in so doing. We wish
there was a tax of one hundred dol
lars on every dog in the country.
Those that are of value as waU h
dogs could be retained, while the host
of snarling, dirty curs would give
place to some more useful and less
troublesome let Poultry Standard.
A Kansa damsel of eleven elop
ed, recently, and was caught by her
A negro, said to lie 105 years old,
cast Lis first vote lately in Shelby
Gen. W. S. Hillory, of New York,
who spoke for Seymour in 1 8C8, and
waa a warm friend of Gen. M'Clcllan,
.a stumping Indiana for Grant.
peex-ls f TbflMM V. opT, Eoej.
The following remarks were made
by Thomas V. Cooper, Esq., of Dela
ware county, lefore the Republican
County Convention, held in West
Chester on Tuesday last. Let every
one read and familiarize themselves
with the damnable character of the
conspiracy that has lccn vntcred into
to defeat the Republican nominee for
Governor: - k
In dropping in to witness your de
liberations I had no thought of being
called upon to nddress you. '- He
would fail indeed, however, who
could not give a word of encourage
ment in this, the fifth national contest
of the great Republican party in le
half of a party w hose previous con
tests Lave all, save the first, and then
it was in its swaddling clothes, prov
en successful in liehalf of a party
which is now promised a greater vic
tory than any yet achieved. Added
to its illustrious history - is a power
unknown to other organizations the
power to purify itself for in the
present, as in all struggles, we see;
that those who are actuated simply i
by personal motives leave it. and
see also that their places are always
more than filled by others. At a
time when its principles are almost
universally recognized to be just,
when its old and open enemies at
tempt a claim of the sole right to and
possession oi mese principles, ami in
deed of their former advocates, how
else can it lc than that those who
leave do it from private and ersonal
reasons? They claim that the mis
sion of Republfcauism has been filled.
Io they not mistake the situation ?
Isn't it rather that their own missions
have been Ullcu mat tney uatc uau
... . . . . , . , it
more than their share and must now
look elsewhere ; that they have taken
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more stock out or the concern than
they put in, and that their only Lojh'
is in a new departure.
The candidates presented on the
national ticket command our attention
and support. In General Grant we
recognize a man who has Ted us to
important victories before we recog
nize one who is not merely a military
hero, but whose general management,
careful economy, and strict regard for
the rights of ail classes of citizens,
stamp him as possessing the safer and
better attributes of statesmanship. In
Henry W ilson we Cud a true type, a
fitting outgrowth of Republican in
stitutions an example to the strug
gling and humble, a pride to the pros
perous and great.
Rut that which should command
our immediate and more earnest at
tention is the btate ticket, lor upon
the preliminary or October struggle
will depend the contest To this
point will lie directed every effort to
deceive and divide. We already lind
that Gen. Hartranft is the mark for
ever" venomous arrow, and, since we
must bear the shock of the battle, it
is our duty as good Republicans, all
the more firmly to stand by him. 1
for one, have good reason to know
that his personal and official integrity
is above reproach. Late in the Leg
islative session of last w inter I was
unwillingly made acquainted with
those who are now, and were then,
in conspiracy against him. About
nine o'clock in the morniuar I receiv
ed a note requesting my presence at
one of the rooms of the Ljchicl.
There I was introduced by'one of my
constituents, who it was subsequently
shown was one of Evans' securities,
to George O. Evans, accused of ap
propriating $291,900 of the State's
moneys, to Dr. Payne, the Attorney
Strohan and others. These parties
wished me to introduce to the House
a scries of resolutions impeaching the
honesty of Hartranft in his manage
ment of the auditing department, and
of Maekev, the chie f of the Treasury.
They went into a long explanation of
their proposed movement, and endeav
ored to pledjre me that if I became
;ts Legislative champion, my name
ui,rtiiM Iwj bearalded throughout the
State and Nation as a " model reform
er." They spoke largely of their
power and means, saying that they
could control $'00,0o"0, not for the
purchase of rotes in favor of the res
olutions, but as .a moral support to
the movement that this amount and
this support would come through
some unnamed channel of reform.
They named many of the ncwspnjiers
that could Ie freely counted upon to
back the undertaking by glowing ar
ticles and such evidence as would at
least waken suspicion in the public
mind. Among these newspapers
were named the New York Tribune
and Sun, the Philadelphia Press, and
Lancaster, Harrisburg and Pittsburg
journals of large influence. An in
troduction of the resolutions would
be immediately followed by flaming
articles from these and other sources,
and, if necessary, the question could
be pushed in the Legislature by
sjiecchcs, aud evidence could lie pro
cured sufficient to injure Hartraiift's
chances for a nomination aud electiou.
When anted for this evidence, a draft
a note., one. or two private letter, and
the ImhAs of Yerles f- Co, were
shown. An examination of an hour
convinced me that nothing in the lead
degree tangible was prfnluced, and
subsequent developments hare shfnen
that every alum of testimony bore
only vpon privnte and personal
tranaadions that none of them were
in any tray connected with the use of
(he Slate fund. When thin objection
was urged (hey could not meet it, and
the party plainly tdtoved by word
and act thai t'teir object wa$nlj to
cad an improper suspicion this for
purport of their own tiiis, as they
trere with a rieio to intimlate, Hart
ranft from any further prosecution
of claims of the State againd Evans.
When asked to treat the conversa
tion as confidential. I told them that
Hartranft ought to know it; that as a
friend I would tell Liui, and his after
conduct would attest his guilt or in
nocence. Somewhat to my surprise
they then manifested a willingness
that he should lie informed of what
had transpired, and then my suspi
cions were confirmed that the whole
movement was designed to scare him
off from a proper prosecution. I,
however, told Hartranft a few min
utes after. Hi reply, was: "These
parties have for the past twenty-four
hours bee n trviug to got some one to
introduce their resolutions, and oiipy
last night th-y offered ni $58,000 to
withdraw th prosecution, and I re
fused. Tiie lowest amount due the
State may be based upon the decision
or bail fixed by Judge Pearson, and
that ia $100,000. The suit shall not
be withdrawn until the State gets Ler
due, and if these parties want inves
tigation they can Lave it!" Then
followed, not the introduction of the
resolutions of Evans & Co., fur tn
common with Tr,yclf erery one op-,
proaehed refused to loudt OietH, but
those requested bv IIartrnft nnd
those which lead to the investigation, i
wherein Hartranft was unanimously1
acquitted and some of the Evan rinir'
condemned. - ;
I Lave fchown sufficient to satisfy
all reasonable men that there was a
conspiracy here a conspiracy first to
threaten, then to frighten, and finally
to so injure Hartranft as to lead Lim,
in order to preserre nis cnanecs for
the Gubernatorial "nomination ' and
election, to betray the State and let
those who had wronged it go free.
Rut he has yielded to none of their
threats, and has met all of their as
sault. Vet another word in this con
nection, and I will bbow you that the
conspiracy had more force than I be
lieved had much of it Iwasted pow
er. ; Why, the very papers named by
these men as pledged to the moral
support of their movement, each and
all, with singular unanimity, opposed
the State ticket as soon as it was nom
inated and did it under that vajrue
crv of reform, which it was calculat
ed would lie jKjteut with me, since!
was chairman of that committee in
the House, and bad early in the ws
sion introduced a bill to correct all
treasury mismanagement. I would
have been clad of any evidence to
. support this measure, but would have
wofullv failed if reliance had been
placed upon that produced by Messrs.
Evans, Payne k Co. Yet more, this
evidence, said to be in the private
keeping of these men, has since ap
peared in the columns of the Press,
Lancaster Express and other papers
opposing the ticket. Who supplied
it? Who else than those still beut
upon keeping within their possession
the $201,000 reserved as commissions
for collecting the War Claims of the
These and other facts would not Ik;
new to you if you had full opportuni
tr to examine the entire case to
search the records for a like cxplana-
nation touching all that could then lie
known was made bv me before the
Legislature after the appearance in
the Sun of one of the flaming articles
threatened by the Evans coterie. The
onlv additional charcc. that Ilart-
I tias i.-n no.nrrt,,i ;n B,-nliitinfr
" r I o
in the bonds of the sinking fund, was
met by the State Treasurer when he
invited Colonel Forney and a com
mittee ef competent men to examine
the vaults and accounts of the Treas
ury. The Colonel did not accept the
invitation, is not likely to, but the
others did, and their report shows
that the only bonds in the Sinking
Fund, $9,400,000 held against the
Pennsylvania Railroad, "are not ne
gotiable." This report was proved,
if that was possible, lieforc it was
made for the session of 1871, w hen
an attempt was made to sell these
bonds, a Senate Committee wa ap
pointed to consider the propriety and
constitutionality of the measure, and
headed, if I mistake not, by Charles
R. Ruckalew, reported that they were
not negotiable; that in a contract
wherein the itcople of the State form
ed a part, these bonds could not be
applied to any purpose other than in
dicated by the law authorizing them.
Fellow citizens, I have known Gen.
Hartranft for many years, have for
two years been intimately associated
with the men connected with State
politics, and with the doings at the
capital, and I have yet to know any;
of their numbeT who do not believe
him personally aud eifheiallv lmnest.
His reputation has never in my hear
ing been impeached by any such,
whether Democrats or Republicans.
I am glad to see that the Republi
cans ef Chester county are ab've and
moving; we nrc not one whit behind
you in Delaware. Our county is
small, thickly populated, and we can
approximate political results pretty
closely, and I give it now as my de
liberate conviction that we will give
Hartranft again of from three to four
hundred over any candidate for Gov
ernor sinew there has been a Republi
can party, orsinee Delaware' has lieen
Words f KubrrHni mmd Trala.
General John 'A. Logan's first cam
paign speech in Illinois was made at
Cairo last week From it we quote a
brief but eloquent passage. He said :
"Take the achievements of the Re
publican and Democratic Parties and
compare them, and then ask yourself,
as an honest man : In which of them
must I repose my confidence ? Grant
by Lis aehieveme-nts, perpetuated
your inheritance of free government
He gave you grander achievements
than any ether nation can boast of.
He gave yon more history and
brighter pages than was ever given
to any nation before. Then I say,
examine these things and say
whether you can find a better Presi
dent or truer man to the interests of
the country than Gen. Grant. He
has been a true man to the whole
jH'oplc. lie Las been true to the
South ; true to the East and true to
the West. He has been true to the
laboring man and the merchant, the
banker and mechanic, and I ask the
capitalist who deals in Lis Lundreds
of thousands of stocks and lionds, as
well as the mechanic, who has only
his home, if he wants our financial
system changed so as to depreciate
and render speculative the price of
property. Examine it in this light
aud sec if you can bctte-r voursclf by
change. Will you stand by and see
a man who has done as much for the
land as General Grant Las, and Lis
followers, put down by vituperation
and spit upem by the enemies of the
Lnion. that we soldiers will be ex
pected to ask pardon for having done
that which we arc now so proud of?
Shall reliefs rule and loval men be
silent f Is that the Loie of the peo
ple of this country r o, my coun
trymen, I don't think all the work
that has been done by the Republi
can party in the last ten years is to be
in vain. I do not believe that liberty
has been civen to four millions of
lieople in vain. I do not believe that
our extended civilization and expan
ded country, with its commercial and
educational facilities, is to stand still
to-day and turn back the wheels of
time until we get to where the Demo
cratic party ceases and the Re-publ
can party e-omnicnces."
llonwe Vrerlrjr'B Bargala.
IjOL'isville, Ky., August 6. The
following are Gen. Hodge's exact
words at the Greeley meeting in Isl
ington on the 2d instant :
"I Lave devoted a lifetime to the
principles of the Democratic party. I
have grown gray in the advocacy of
those principles, and each year the
conviction has grown deeper that its
fundamental principles are the true
foundation stones for this Govern
ment- I Lave seen upon the battle
field thousands . throw away ; their
lives in ' defence or these principles.
T1k graves of the gallant Southern
dead who sleep upon every hill-side
in the South, over whose graves the
night winds sigh, are reminders to me
of the love for these principles which
still linger in my Leart The second
passage in Mr. Groeley's letter means
that John C. Rreekinridge and otter
chiralrous sons of the South shall be
restored to the;ir former positions of
power and influence. Loosing liacK
upoa the once snattered and fruitless
hopes of the South; I now see that
the equal rights and sovereignty of
the States shall be restored, and my
comrades of the lost cause havo not
died vam.-'-This viM be t victory
for that for which they fought .Mr.
Greeley promised to do all he could
to aid us when we gat a majority :a
Congress. ' I object (o Grant because
he is a Republican ; becauso he ia a
member of that party which waged
successfully tho contest against my
brethren of the South, whose orators
kept the fires burning that filled the
Federal ranks with soldiers. I have
heard it said by some that the Demo
cratic party 6ha!l bare no part with
Mr. (Jroeley in me conquer ; nui i
feel that they will not lie neglected.
Xot only will Greeley not forget who
baa helped Liui - to Lis position, but
pledges direct pledges have been
given us by him that we shall not be
forgotten in case of euccss."
Hodge is an elector for the State at
large. Col. IL C. P. Rreekenrielge
said at the same meeting :
"Our part of this bargain is to
give tho Liberal Republicans onr
votes, in order to enable them to buc
cecel in the undertaking. Their part
of the bargain is to restore to jiower
the. new disfranchised sons of the
South, to drive out of the temple
these vandals and thieves, and to res
tore you. Democrats, to their posi
tions. They aro to give you, men of
the South, those places which the men
of the dominant party now hold. I
don't care a picayune for, Horace
Greeley, or what he has said. He
represents the dawn of a new era to
us, an era that will restore us to
power. Will that not be victory en
ough for us? It may lie, in the
words of a friend from Woodford,
Blackburn, that "Greeley is purgato
ry, but Grant is hell." The election
of Greeley also means that the Fed
eral soldiers, who now stand as a jicr
pctual menace over the South, shall
be removed. I am tired of seeing
them here. They have no business
here. This is not tho place for them.
I don't want to vote any longer under
the shadow of bayonets. I want
them out West, were they ought to
In the south of New Jersey, some
years ago, there traveled over some
of the hardest counties, a good, faith
ful, hardworking brother named J ames
Moore, or Jimmy Moore, as he was
familiarly called. Ho was devoted
to the itinerancy. A true, loyal Meth
odist, plain, jiointed, and sharp in all
his preaching and exhortations.
He Lad been laboring a year on one
of bis circuits, and before leaving for
his new field, he gave his people, who
dearly loved him, his farewell ser
mon. At its close Le said: "My dear
brethren, this is my last address to
you. I am going from yon, and you
may never hear the voice of James
"Amen 1" came loudly from the wat
He looked at the man with a little
surprise, but thinking it was a mis
take, went on.
"My dav on earth will soon be
numbered. I am an old man and you
may not only never hear the voice of
James Moore, but never see his face
Amen was shouted from the same
seat, more vigorously than before.
There was no mistaking the design
now. The preacher looked at the
man he knew Lim to be a Lard,
grinding man stingy and merciless
to the poor.
He continued Lis address "may
the Lord bless all those of you who
have done your duty, who havo been
kind to the poor, and "
Pausing and looking the intruder
straight in the eye, and pointing to
him with Lis finger
"May his curse rest on those w ho
have cheated the Lord and ground
the poor under their heils. Say
amen to that, brother! "
The shot told. He was not inter
I went once with Rev. Mark Traf
ton, the celebrated New England
preacher, to Lear Albert Karnes deliv
er a discourse in uehairoi the Amer
ican Sunday-school Union. The
evening was hot, the -services were
long and tiresome, and when the ser
mon commenced it was about time to
Mr. Rarnes was annoyed at this,
and in commencing his sermon said :
My discourse is divided into three
parts." He then stated them. "For
want of time I shall omit the first,
for the same reason I shall be com
pelled to omit the second."
At this moment Trafton arose, his
tall, splendid form looming up in all
its stateliness, and turning to me
said: "For the same reason I shall
omit the third," and walked out of
In a Pennsylvnia town there was
an excellent but eccentric clergyman
named Ross. He was about, taking
a collection for some special object,
and Lad pleaded warmly in its be
half. He said : "My brethren, I
want you all to give liberally to-night
none of your pennies or five cent
pieces, but let every one give a quar
ter, and to set you a good example, I
will give the first myself," dropping a
twenty-five cent picee into the basket.
After the collection was taken he
lifted up the baskets, looked them
over carefully, and then remarked :
"I see that my quarter is the only
one here; so I shall take it hack
again," which be did, and put it in
his pocket with evident disgust at
their meanness. .
A quaint Scotch minister was giv
en somewhat to exaggeration in the
pulpit. His clerk reminded him of
its ill effects upon tho congregation
He replied that he was not aware of
it, and wished the clerk the next time
he did it to give a cough by. wav of
Soon after Le was describing Samp
son's tying the foxes' tails together.
He said the foxes in those days were
much longer than ours, and they had
tails twenty feet long.
" Ahem ! " came from the desk,
" That is," continued the preacher,
"according to their measurement, but
by ours they were fifteen fut long."
"Aheni J " louder than before.
"But as ycj may think this extrav
agant we'll just say they were ten
"Ahem I ahem I" still more vigor
ous.' - i ' "
The parson leaned over tho pulpit
and shaking Lis fingor at the clerk,
said : - MYou may cough there all
night long, mon. 111 nae take off a
fut more. Would yo hao the foxes
wi nae reels at A' i n - -
E.-PrwMaa Jkma up for .?
Xashyillk, Tknn., August 22.
Hand-lulls arc. in circulation to-day
calling a meeting of workmen in this
citr next Monday to meet Andrew
Johnson, who is declared their candi
date for Congress. The developments
to-dar render it almost certain that
Johnson intends to run as an inde
pendent candidate against the nominee
of the Democratic State Convention.
1 i' -
There is nothing like a good defini
tion, as the teacher thought when he
explained the meaning of ''old maid"
as a woman who had been made a
very long time.
Established is 1KB.
rjMIE LA lie i EST AND BEST STOCK OF
!; ITeH of tht tottafofet, " ";'''
(t opnwn Mnmifidtnr. will I fmuil at the
MAM Ml'lU frAULlS.HME.Tol
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Tlia nrwCTt anal moot appmrwl t.vlr of Fine ami
Mnllum Kunitture, la litrKrvarh;tvtluinanythcr
h'xur, at vi ry reaionahlr irW. Vithh luniltl
tng buUM-a would da well to write for cur iwwrln-n-Inr.
or warn In l'ltubarftn, wo repr-itlul!r anllrU a
Titit to Mir warerouma. Don't target the lurc, -4a,
We raallrnira the world In prior fur the (time
quality of uiaierUU and workuianiililp of wurfcowlii
nm-ani .-. OVT THIS OUT. :
pirrsHrmm female colleue.
Elwt Hi ildikos, woll mrniiilipil and car
eted throughout. Thorough course of rtutly;
- TWENTY THREE TEACHEKS.
Srrrn Drpartmrnli. S)eciul Unrbr-ni four In
Molc for each of the oruamrnial krant-hra. Na
tl re t earners of French and (reriuan. C 'uarxel lega
than any arhool a nnrdlng equal advantairva and ae.
cmimoilailf)na. Fall tenn commence S-oli-niuer
10th. Sirwl to the PrunlileaU Kev. I. . I'enliiiiir,
II. IL. l'UIlurtli, J 'a., tor a Catalogue.
NAM'I, Fi:itRi:i Proprietor.
Thu 1 one of t he beat hotel In Somerset eoonty.
The table will alwav he aupptled wllh the choic
est viand the market attorria. and the her with the
bestllquora. koomy taMraatUu'hed. au7-3
Are now pn-iard lo do all klnila of j.Intilnjr and
SAsir and noons,
' Winiow ani Door Frames, ;
Ji R C E T S, etc.,
e rr anything used in hull ling,
parol lo raw
We are al pre-
Fit AMI TI .M15EK, HOARDS,
And any thing In that line of luslne?.
All kind' of work done to order,
t irdi-rs promptly filled. -M'Ol.FEKS
ZI FA1.L it I'llII.I.iri'I.
?ajeelman, Somerset co., I'a., July '.7, WA
rpHE 11EST PUJll
IN THE WORLD!
TUK A.MKK1CAN SfBMEUOED
The Simple!, Moat Powerfnl. F.ffi-ctlve. Ilura
ble, Ucliabl and Cheapen! 1'uuip In ue.
It if made ail of Iron, and of a few implt.- part.
It will not Frttxr. a no wuU-r rt--iuina lu the.
pie when not In action.
It ha nc leather or ruin packing, a the nicker
and valve are all ol iron.
It eeldom. If ercr, gets out of order.
It will force water from 4 to 60 fect lu the a ir, l.y
attaching a few feet ot hoac.
It l good for washing Iluxgiea, Window, water
ing Garden, Ac
It furntahe the nnrcet and coldest water, because
l I placed in the bottom of the woll.
Teux: A? inch Pump, 15; pipe, Soc. y foot.
1 ' " IS; 6ic
Larger flic in prourtlun.
WETAXD A ri.ATT.
Sole Agents for Somerset t Vnluty.
- Somi-i-RVt, I'a., Slay 11, IMA - '
SUIlVKYIXfJ. COX VKYAX
t lXtl, C3ILA.ECTINU Ac.
JAN. II. MITIIF.lt.
HAKE CITY, : : i M E Y EliS II A FX P. O.
All hu.iliM'ss entrusted to his care will be prompt
ly attended to. The Arency a.r the purrhaaenr
sale of all kinds ol real t "title taken tin moderate
A X DIH'ILIH X (i LOTS.
Uullulng lot in the
Borough of Somerset,
EligiMy filuate l, aud
Mil Mineral ani Mer Ms
In various sections of Somerset e.ninty, f. sal
OX ACCOMMODATING TERMS.
A portion of the lands are
f Ithers are unimproved.
I R( IX -e IKE and
Ara foam) on some of thrm. of fair quality and
quantity. For term. Ar call on or adlrrt .
August , Tl-tf. Somerset, Ha.
QROUSE .t SHIRES,
MtMiufucturiTsof ull grades e.f
CIG ABS ,
Attention pari knlarly asked of Jobber.
Teirders solicited by E. 11. Murshall,drugg'ist,
Somerset, Fa. my. a.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
Stair Rods, &c, &c.
A Pull and Can-fullr Selfttwl Stn..k.
BOVARD, KOSK & CO.,
21 FIFTH AVEXl'F,
JJAXKIXO HOUSE OF
James T. Brady & Co.,
Corner of Fonri! ATeniic ail Wool Street. .
H E BUV AND SUA
On Liberal Term. ,
WE ALLOW ; ';. v
Six per Oat. Interest on De-poult.
ACCOUNTS OF MERCHANTS AND . . v
i l - . r
' INDIVIDUALS SOLICITED. -
James T. Brady & Co.
"yyrARMCASTLE & MOORE'S
SOLD BY ALL OBOCEBS. ' .
Manufactory, QO & 31 Sesrenth Ht,
. MiKclhn eoust
Ra Ra .Ra '
RADVYAY'S READY RELIEF
CCftSH TUB WORST FAINS ;
In from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
after readme thla MWrrtiannent rtr4 any eae
unrrKK with fain.
RADWATS BEaliT RKL1RP 13 A CVRS FOB
KVEKI f Aid.
It 111 th Ire and l
The Only I'hIii Itemedy
tMt loeiaiilly elope uie ana xcnieiUrjF pi, Jly
Inauumaltotts. and cure ConetkUoiia. whUir of tita
li lift, raomarb. Jiewula, or Mlaer flauae ac area, ky
IN FKOM OWK TO TVKHTT MINUTES.
no matter how violent or eccrucietln: lb pu the
KHEOMATIO, Btd-rtdneti, Inarai, Crippled, Kureua,
Xurmti, or pruatrmbMl iw man aay auner.
RADWAY'8 READY RELIEF
WILL AFFOTlll INSTANT KAslfi.
INFLAMMATION OK THE KIllNITS
INFLAMMATION OK TUB BLADDEU.
INFLAMMATION eF TI1K 1K1WKL9.
fONGKSTIotf eK TIIF I.UNG3.
Eeir.E THROAT, MFKIIM'LT BKCATHIN.;,
PALPITATION eK Tilt HtUltT.
IIYSTLKICS, lUUbr. llll-M 1 llr-lilA.
IIEADACUE, TOOTH Af!HK,.
rnr.n rrmiji. aouk chill.
Tim iipucatiou of th Krady ltellcf to the part or
put where im paw or uuocoiiy hmi wm auoru c;
Twenty drop In half a tnmblcr of water will In a few
mnmenucnra CKAMra-nrAHUa. HOUK STOM ACH,
UKAKTHUKN, HICK If EAhACMK, B1AUK1IKA,
DTst.NTKUT. OeiLIO. WIN1 IH THE JMIWaXtk,
aadaU INTERNAL FAINS.
Trarelera should alway carry a bottle of Kadway
tcruec wan were, m lew arop ia wnuer - m
Kelle? with there. A few drop la wnter
Letter Uian Ffaacfc
rrveal ncJido or
r peln from client. of water. II la
Braady er Bitten a a atlniulaut.
FEVER AND AGUK.
FEVER AND AUUK cured for arty cent. Then I
eat e remedhd aniM la thai world that will cm Fcrcr
and Afii,aadU other Malarlttae. blllou. 6car!et, Tr
k1 Afii,aaeu other Maianaae. nil
tmlil. Yellow, and other revere
ILLS! o quick llAIJWAT'S HEADY EEUtF.
io, lenow. nootner reveniiaiueo dthai'wai a
r my ccat per buttle. Hold by Druggist.
HEALTH I BEAUTY 1 1
STIIOKO AND PITHS RH'H BLOOIV-INCRKASX
OK FLESH AND M'EriHT-e.'I.KAtt BrUN AND
IXAUTIf CLCOMl-UCXlO.-e fcECUltEUTOALL.
MA HE THE MOST ASTOSlNHrXG CPRIS :
N tit'K'K. H KAMI- AUK THE CifANUKg
THR HOI'T 1M""". VNDEK THK IV.
Ki trKiVK (V 1Ui4 XKIL WOMLitrtl.
Every Day an Increase In Flesh
and Weight is Seen and Felt.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
K f-ry drop of tho ftAKPAPAltTXLlA KEOLV
I EN T coHimu'iioate tiiruft tl. ftfloud, SwU, I'rtir,
J !U tatUr HuiiU Mid tutcr uf lb Bytm Uu rigi of life.
rr it rf Lair itia wiui.f. ui ih Kxiy wiui new ami uid
ntaWrUI. iwT.-f'.l:, Nv.l.li,t Vunmanptlito, Glandular
diwapK, 1'loetn Iti lire Tbt.Kti, .MrQih, Tumors, N5 In
t't Miami mad oitmr purtm uf tb aytti-m, tSort Krra,
Mruruout litcharica frum tL Kara, aad Ut wontt
fonus of Skin due;-, fcitii-tloaa, Forer 8m, Scald
Hva!, ltinjr Wurnt, SaIi Itliruiu, LryidpUa, Acne, biack
h'xiia Worms tn ihc f U.-Ji. Tunifn, Cancan in tlt
Mnnib, aird ail wthe-Miitf awil fralartil dbtcliarccii, ?ifht
hwcata, IwMof Scrm, hl all a attraof the llfa prtiict
plt, nrc wttbin thu curative raitjr f tlita wondar of Mud
ra Clmnilrtrr. and a fe w ct:i um vlll prove U any
pTn uiaing U fr either of tUcac fu.-tua if Aianaac Uf
petant pfiwcr ti care 1 1. rut.
- If ttte tmtU-nt. dally hemmlur FMlQoetl bf tht vaslee
ami (WctMtifMn.it. un lliat is ruttiliiuollf protfreaairiK. tie
fce-w maOiUI ni:ela fnuu Iteultliy al'Mtd and Uii tL
faAKSAI AUILLI AN will uitd duaKiire.
N.A i.t.lydtt ttis f a & r a an. lia a KxaoLrcrr exrel
kti.twn rrnmlial avnin in tie rnre of t'brtatttc, Scrofu
rti, t'mintttutitinal, and hltm OawoajM.-; but it U Uta ttttlj
;via.i4vr cur fur
"aUliicy cV ISIudtlcr roDiplainU,
-.-.r7, aid Wmb rilsMM, ;n.T?I, Ilabttr, lrrnrar,
iw,.tiijff V:tcr, Inoilatii.rav bf I rln. I;rlfht'a 1I
. i-r. AiUfinitnuna, and In a'l mh whirr ilti ara brick
.' i-d .Te-jHrsit, itr the water Ik thle-k. clouily, aiiicd with
- .-ttOK- Itkr the white of an -ti-, ur tlirfiwta lite white
u." thr ia a ninrM.l, dwk. hiltitea apparatic, and
v tiu- l el'mt depots, aitd wba tirra k a rkkinir.
unr 9tfti.tita whnt i:)iijr waltfT, ant ain 1m Ut
. .M .i"l4tr fl ft anJ alatiX Uh Lj.m. J'ficu, uaaL
VtOR MS.The i-.y tnoi-.a sud aura Uctnedy
fr ! tit - i ui. Tape tic.
Tx-itior of 1 lariw' CSrowlh
C i:rrl by nadwny'ff Resolvent,
HwKiu.r. Maml, Jly ie, liet.
ftartVtTTt kr tt.ut HvirUa TwbuT IN th , Ml
I iwell. All tfM lr-W.rl MtJ ' thrrr WM M brlf fur It. I IrM
rrj i'jin Oa-ai wm nwti J. 4 ; i-ut olL rr fce-lpaul Mtc 1
k.lwl. tw4 ta.Matfll I ooaMlrw U- Uit km m fm:(k
. II, hew-MM I kaet MtAtre k tw-l .. I ImB Ml aoMiM
.f lb R.-4rwit, mn.1 om twt A tCwl' tiU, atvtt tw. ha
ft y'tw kfty KclWt j thmm m awt a la W imwttw to a
en OT fi It, Ul4 I f'fl wwttrT, artiartar, M& fc piT UaM 1 aAT
I jt lw.-lra yrs. Tkj wr( Iomm ml In th Wt tuUsf Ik
t.wilH t-'vw r"4"- t - -h kwaAbl
ciiwrt. Sue caa Lailiak tt If raa ca".
HAN N Ail P. KXAfP.
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS,
pTf.-rtly tiMrt e'it.t.f cnate.-d .th sweet pim.
jHHYr, rf?il:rt, Tirify, r'Tiv, ani atrenrthen. iU4
wi'i rlla, for ttte enre of a'l ilroniwTn of the Stoniach,
I.ivrr. IWiWubi, Khhtcra, ltlaeleler, iS'trvoua I)iafraatra,
I I t.i avli, 'onst i nutiuii. i'ont ven-na, lnd ifMtlon,
i.sM- rii, r.liounpK, Iti!inu Kcver, I tiffin .mat Ion of
ii.'l-.. l. rilrs.aitd M lTwirnirntN.ftt Internal Vie--n.
H rranttl to clfn-t a (xfit We cnr. Furrty Vejeta-lie-.r-M-.tAinliino
mercury, ntliHrai,r drlvtcnffu drugs.
t tf O'lvrve the following: yi.i(tuiua luullln trvax
litirt!traof the li;estive Ornii:
C a!iftlta. I. ww Hkw, MInh cf the Blond ia ta Hae,
Uilv of ikm Hvwli, Kiim. IUArtkni. IrktaM fm$
r I Wtr ia lk bwrnaek. Soar KrsrtaUoa, Kiafciaf m
MMwTM:at th piijf tM Monir., ffwtaAtaa- f la Had.
ti.ir-ii Mid Iiraait few4k.. ifAttaritwi at la. Havt, ClwfcMff
" hMif w-wJirvr HtfUwstiofM who m Lviaa PImi. DibhmmmT
V .. ,. Wet atVr tW 8lat, fmrtf aad Dvl, Fa. tB
(:,- Hl. tMfrtoayy - firn-, VlowaM. ih. 8k la
.-I K . Vim ta IK SMc, IVmi, ttaiaU, Had tuUf TXmikt f
at. ll.iri.frif la tb I Ink,
Af-il.if KADWATS FILLS ni free the eye-
. u iri-iuni! flu laU'vi-iuiM v) di- nWra. J'nce, a eeuu
, i... KY lIUTiISTS.
i;'.U ' KAI AM TKLE. Head eee tetter
. O KAltH AT k CO.. K. bvlftiKtea lne. New
.ww. ii .-.J4t jfth tl6uaaLiawlilteent vtaa.
Knes and Forks, J
'I a IM '
SPOONS. BUIBBUKH, V
iXfS. SHOVELS. LOCKS.)
Hinges, Nails, Files, etc.
iCarperrter's, Blacksmith's, and J
f ; riTTiiviat ra.,
&7fVX Cor. Libert- k Blith
.j . rf
OAKRETT, SeiMEBSETlX) PA.
Earnest, Delp & Camp,
ANT e-HKSTXt'T LtrMHER.
SAW EH AN 1 Sll A V EI SHIXGLES,
"Cnt to a bill-' at short notice.
ern'er frum lain her dealer rnitlr filled at
wnoieaaie pnrea. aiiK- , ii u.
CoR.XEP. XlXTII A7ID CtIE0TatCTT StBEKTB,
1 II I Ii A D K L P II I A .
IL W II AN AO A,
Feb U 71 Proprk tor.
Persun wantinK ftrat -class Emit Trees, Vine
and Plants thoulil rail on
HE. EC. KEMP,
KumcrFct County, I'a.
Yon ran purrha of him at lower ratr than of
any other party. s-u.--.a.
t as i " si . .
IwwM ly Act of lifjttm.
Depositor secured by Real Estate
Six Per Cent. Interest
i . ...
. - . . i y'. - : -i 1 - .
Paid to dopositora on the ccrmpoundinx
: - ' . principle.' : , ' -" , ;
aAttention it dlrcrtt t o f Ao liberal r
rtasoM far trUMratrimg money deposited.
II ran btdnnein mall nwtoMt, WITIIOV1
kotice ntox ins jsposrros.
, -All nmmtmtralUtn sH2l rorclr pramfl
' v JAMES T BRADY,
j ; , DAVID CAMPBtOX,
Vlaesar Dlitcra ara not a Til raacy Lnaa,
mad ef roar Rum. Whisker, Proof Spirits rrd Refaac
Liquor, donared, apt cert, and wMewd tn pleaa .'he
tail, called "Tonic," " Appetizer." " Restorar,'
Ac , that lead Ilia tippler oa to druakeanew and raia,
bat are a true Medicine, made from the native root
and aeruoi laiuoraia, tree front all Alcolionc Mimalant.
They are the Great blood Punner and a Ltle-siTnit
Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigoratar of the
Svatent, earryini off all poiionoai nutter and mtorini
the blood to a health ooadition, enrichior it, reu-esiag
and invigorating botn raiad and body. They are eaay
of admioiatrauon, prompt in their action, certaia ia thai
remit, aale and reliable in all form or disease.
No Parson can take) the Blttera arrord-
inw to direction, and remain long unweiL provided
their hone are not destroyed by mineral poison or other
Beans, and th vital orjao waited beyond toe point
Djrapapala or Idlareaeit. Tfeadiche, Pirn
tn th Shoulders, Conzh. Tizhtnes of the Chet. Dis
ainesa. Sour Arocutiona of the Storaach, riad Taat
in the Month, Bilious Attacks, PaJpitatioa of Ilia
Heart, Inflammation of the Langs, Pain in the ol
the Kidnevs, and a Irandred other painful symptom,
are the oUspringa Of Dyspepsia. In the complaint
it lias no eauai. and one bottle wtu prove a better auar-
ante, cf tr raent man a lenjrtny advertisement.
arar sswaiaj Bapia4iasi a young or eld.
aurried or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the
turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided an
influence that a marked imia-ovcracaf i soon percep
For Inflammatory aad Chroalo Blw
autun and tout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bilious,
jiemniavii ana intermittent revers, Aviseaves ot toe
Biood. Liver. Kidneys and Bladder, tlieaa Bitters have
been most successful. Such Disease are caused by
Vitiated Blond, which tsgenerallr produced by derange-
taent of in uirestive U'eans.
TMy aro a UeaUla KstrarntlTa a well aa
fa Tomic, poasessinp; also the pecnliar raent of acting
as a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflans
malum 01 ins uvcr ana r iscem urgant. ana m unions
For Skit Disease. Eruptions. Tetter. Salt-
Rheum. Blotches, Spots, Pimples, PustBles, Boils. Car
buncles, Kinr-worma, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Ery
sipelas. Itch, Scurfs, Diicolorations of the Skin, Humors
aud Iliac aaes of the Skin, of whatever name or nature.
ara literally dog p and carried oni of tin ystem in a
short time by the use of these Biltar. Une bottle ia
neb cases will convince the most lucredulous of thei
Claaaaa lha Vlilatad Blood whenever von
find it imparities bursting ilirough the skin in Pimples,
eruptions, or sores: cleanse it when von find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; clean it when it is
toul ; your leeliugs will tell yon when. Keep the blood
pure, and tne nealtB ol tne svstera wtu loUow.
urate rat uofatie proclaim VtnecA kit-
T to most wonderful lnvigoraat that ever sostaiaed
uie singing sysiem.
tbe svstem of so many thoasands, ara eftectually de
fin. Tan., and olner arms. lurkinr in
stroyed and removed. Say a distmgsusbed physioi
ogist: there is scarcely an individual upoa tne taeeotta
earth whose body is exempt from th presence of worms.
It is aot upon th healihr elements of th body that
worms exist, bat npoa the diseased humors and slimy
deposits tuat breed tuesa iivsoe monsters of aha
itics, will Ire the aysiua from worms like these bit
rso system of Aiecucine. bo vemufus-es, no anthelmia-
Heenaaleal Dlae. Person enraered ia
Paint and Minerala. such a Plumbers. Tvpe-sctters.
eiold-beatera, and Miners, a they advance I life, will
be subject to paralvsi of the Bowel. To guard against
thi take a dose of Walkb's Vimsga BiTTaat one
or twice a week, aa a Preventive
Hlliotaa, Ranaltteatt, and Intenrmliloat
Fever, which are so prevalent in th valleys of our
great rivers throughoet the Lnited atates, especially
those of the Mississippi. Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Ten
nessee. Cumberland, Arkansas, Red. Colorado. Braros.
Rio Grande, PearL Alabama, Mobile. Savannah. Roan
oke, James, ana many others, wita their vast tributa
ries, thrournout our entire country during tb Summer
and Autumn, and remarkably ao during season of
nnusuil heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied
by extensive derangements of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. There are alwav more or less
obstructions of tbe liver, a weakness and irritable stale
of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being
clogged op with vitiated accumulations, Ia their trcat-
meut, a purgative, exerung a powerful influence apoa
these various organs, is essentially necessary. There ia
no cathartic tor the purpose equal to Da. I. WAun'l
vinecab. liiTTBas. as they will (peedilv remove tn
dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowela are
loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of
the liver, and generally restoring th healthy functions
ol the direstiv organs.
Scrofula, or Kla'e Evil. White Sweilinrs.
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofulous
Inflammations. Indolent Inflammations. Mercanal Af
fections, Old Sores, Eruptions of th Skin, Sore Eves,
etc, etc In f heae. aa in all other constitutional l)t
eases, Wat ass's Vimbgai Bittbs have shown their
great curative powers m the most obstinate and latract
Dr. Walker'a California Vlxtearar Blttora
act on all these cases in a similar manner, by purifying
th Blood they remove tbe cause, and byresolvrng away
the effects of tbe inflammation (the tubercular depoaitsl
th auected parts receive health, and a permanent con
Tho prouertle of D. Wai rt's Yiwbcab
Bittbbs are Apencnt. Diaphoretic and Carminative,
Nutritious. Laxative. Diuretic Sedative. Couater-lrn-
tant. Sudoriac Alterative, and Anu-tfuioua.
Tho Aporiant and mild Laxative properties of
Da. Walkbb's Viuxcab Uittxss are th best saie
gnard in all cases of eruptions and malignant fevara.
their balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protect
the humors of the fauces. 1 heir Sedative properties
allay pain ia the nervous system, stomach, and bowels.
entier irom innamnuiion. wtna. coiic cramps, eve
Their Counter-irritant influence extends throughout
the system. Their Diuretic properties act on the Kid
neys,' correcting and regulating th flow of urine. Their
Anti-Biiioas properties stimulate the liver, ia ta secre
tion of bile, and its discharges throogh the biliary ducts,
and arc superior to all remedial agent, for the car ol
sf iliona f ever, r ever and Ague, etc
Fortify tlio body- auralnat dtoeas by pari
frinjr all its fluids with Vixxca Et Trass. Ivo epv.
cjemic can take bold of a system thus forearmed. Th
liver, the stomach, the bowel, the kidneys, and the
nerves are rendered disease-proof by this great mvig
Orant. Directions. Take of the Bitters na going to bed
at night from a half to on and one-half wise-glaaaralL
Eat rmd nonnahinr mod. men as beet steak, matti
chop, venison, roast beet, and vegetables, and tak
out-door exercise. I bey are composed ol purely veget
able ingredients, and contain bo spirit.
I WALKER, Prop-r. R.H. MeDOSf AEJJ t CtK,
Drmmsts and f3en. Acta.. San I ranaaco. CaL.
aud cor. of Washington and Charlton Sta., Nw V'ork.
SOLD BY ALL DRUCU1STS AND DEALERS.
HAKNEIWVILLE, SO.MKRSET Cf)., PA.,
The nilisrriher Informs his friends and the pal
lie that he is now devoting his entire time to hi
The flnt one ever startel In theconnty, and Is pre-
pareu to mrninti promi;iy ail atnua ot
Vines and Plants.
HIS etlNNECTIOX WITH
KNOX'S PITTSBURG NURSERY
The largest and most complete In tbe T'nited
Slates, enaldes him to guarantee to his enstutners
thecriulct varieties and thrinieat growth. Hl
prices are lower than ever before. Hl rrswlre is
out to lie outdone hy any In the Stat in price or
uualitv. These words will he made gtiod! lie will
wnonullr solicit onler this tall, but orders ad
ilrt'fi-l as aliove will be pruuiiitly attended to.
Si-nii tnein in early.
gOL UII I.,
A. H. Franciscus & Co.,
IMrOUTERS AXD DCALICS IS
COTTON YARNS, BATTS, WICK,
Twine and Ropes,
LOOKING GLASS Ei?, CUH.KS, FAXCT BASKETS
Wooden and Willow Ware, &c,
haxi rAcrritttts ad jobbkbsov
OIL ( LOTUS, MATTING, RUGS, &c,
413 Market Street and 10 fjoinmcree Street,
unilerslamerl.' proprietor of the IUmond
HoU-l. on th oathat eonierof the lilanuswl. )-
Inn imtueed hv his ninny friclxl", would any to tho
traveliiux public that be Is now prepared to rereiv
and boKpitahly entertain all who tuar rlv klin a
can. ma nouse wilt uo eofHiuotea with tu uest
order and furuinh fine aoeommolatlons.
Stoystown, Pa, April 17th, lsra.
A IX CRADLES Tbe unde r-
limed Is now ena-aa-ed In maklns- apwards
ot woelrain Cradles, of an lmnroved pattern, na
Ins; tho sharp a;ruund Clipper Scythe, which it th
bent manufactured. The eradlea will be dlxtribu
ted throuk-h the ennntv between th 1st and Suth
of June next. Persons wishlnr to pa re has will
lind them lor sale at all th principal business
places In the eountr. A larre number are made
ready at the manufactory at Berlin. Price fat.
apr.il. fj tu r.atai, neriia, s-m.-
4. D. UTENfMiura.
& LIYENGOOP, '
B AN It fill N,
SALISBURY1 ELK LICK, P. O.
SoXKlLSET Cot'aTT, PlS S i.
Prafta boarht and sold, aad eul melon mad un
all parts of tb country.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
ftporial arranarmenu with Guardians and others
who bold money In trust. Jaa 17 Tt
J t. HARVEY A CO.,
JJl'TTm COMMISSION MERCHANTS
J C7 EXCHANGE PLACEv BALTIMORE.
Liberal rash adra rises on
return ivrmiptly maile,
Boot and Shoes.
JgOOTS AND SHOES.
Ilarrj' C Jarcrrll.H
Rmpertfully roHirrn It lie rltlrr-n of fynnernet and
th public grnerally, that he ha just replenished
bis . .
In the New Building on Main Cross
SPLENDID STOCK OF HOODS
BoUKbt In the Kan-tern lib- at the lowcaah prices,
and la prepared to nirnlah the puMIr with very
thins; pertalnina; to his Hue ot business,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Men, Women and Children,
'.tltfirawtnor an.. 11 a-
vui .i 7JL ' . 7 um th"" aoiKl In mate-
ZIT'- '"-""." "Jl l" e
l l,h ' "WK-S Will b
, . R.V L.MORAL,
Rl SKIN OF CALF,
AND LAST! NO MATERIALS.
Ami of the rw.it fj,l,al,lc- styles.
M:Zai eall"" ,r "
. a? '0n,"h
Lasts and Shoe Findings
H every kind, whb-b will bead.lat 11.. k.wi
Hlnw tZ Ur J - by
all rlshreol puldiepalronaaT..
' " it. V. BKEHITS.
W. It AXIS A- I5ROS
Grocery and Confectionery,
nUvrtllrlT I" 'nf people of thl. eemmii-u-T
I? . l P- Kneir. Im.. oi.pwdt the
to the already tine st k of J,.is!
' 1 aiouBv. nnu nave ui..l i.,Hi.i .i.u.i...
VV im-U all th
uvri uramus ui
DRIED AXDCAX.fED FRtTTS.
COAL OIL, TuBAexXI, t'lOARS.
BI CKETS, TVBS. Ae.
All kinds Frenrb and comnuei
(TAXDIES, NITS. I'Rtrkiioi
FANCY CAKES, PEKFIMEKY,
AXD TeILET ARTICLE,
CfiMBS. BHI'SIIEIt, SOAP, Ac.
Also an assortment i.f T..v s, c...i . n..,
If vou want anvthinir ua ik. rt -
fectiunerylin.e.H .t "
Davis' Cheap Grocery,
eiPPeiSITE THE BARXET Hf.l SE
HATS AND CAPS,
Leather and Shoe Findings.
J. II. ' Ziiiuiicriiiaii
Takes tdeasnre In falling the attention of tbe eit
lsens of Sumerset and vicinity to the Cn-t that he
ha apened a stiire In hi nsdlvama t'nin.
wher there will always be kept uo hand a cunv-
Boots and Shoes,
OT Eastera and borne manu(a.-tnre. a larireand
well aas.rted stuck of
HATS -A-ISTD CAPS,
And a xreat variety uf
leather nnl Khof Fiiiellni
or all kinds.
There is also attached to the sture a
CUSTOM-MADE BOOT SHOE
With N. B. SN YDKKaainller an.! Ktt.. KL.k
aluoe U a sufficient auaruntee that all wurk made
up in the fhup will u..t only lit the fuet of eustum
er hot that only (he beet material will he used
Will be employed. The public are restrtlull
n.1 examiue hi? stu k.
70R SALE AT
W0 1st Ortuber. IfCX kbM 1st January. ls;3, kMi
ass asprii, is. a, anu suu a year tnereatter,-
A Farm of 229 Acres,
HavlnsT two New Hiaase. New Bank TUrw
Orchard and SurarCamp, well tlmtiere.1 and weH
improvew, witnin nail mile of aorta Furk Ka it
Pussesshm 1st April, 1T3. '
tKud patier will be Ukea He th nrst twe nav-
Pi session air euttbiar timber irlvea n
tl.oua l paid.
W. J. BAER.
Somerset, My t, Ti
JOU MBEBT. aXlHS D BOBKBTO.
JOHN DIBEUT & CO.,
NO. 840 MAIN STREET,
0 HNS TO WN PEN NA.
We sell Drafts nesTotlabl In all narti of thai I'.l
ted Slates aad Casnadaa, and In Foreign countries.
Buy eiold, ejoopouo ami Uonrnment Bond at
blithest market price. Luaa nwaey ea approved
security. DrafU aad Check on other hanks .k.
Money leeeired oa deposit payable uo demaad
Interest at the rate of Six per cent, per
Annum paid on Time Deposits.
Evorytbinf In th Banking Lino receive oar
Thankful to oar friendi and evstomen tor their
past patmoatfe, we eoilcit a eonUnuanc of the
am, aad invito others who havo business la oar
line to Rlv a a trial, aawurina; all, that we (hall at
all time do all we can to alv satire sat lsfaetkm.
Feb 21 To JtOHN DIBERT A CO.
c. r. KHOSD.
JHE LIVE GROCERY.
C. F. R II O ADS
Eespectfully snnoune to the paMlr tUs,
oposod their grocery ta tb Uameut j u
ling boose lately occupied by W. J.
Wasblnaio Hotel, sad are now d,y,
fresh supplies of errthlna; to the
(iRfX'ERV AND CoXFEf.Tlo.s-jj
IJoe. Hire as a calL (nrfuilJar.f,v
beet qaality. We will endeavor tu pt,M
keep all t he best braasla uf
j J'Leil'iC AXDMEAL,
! OFFEK, TKA, Sl'fiAK, tire, j,Vt,
f MOLASSES, BAKIVOPfiWLEiti
! WA.S1I1.VO PtW IlEk,
EX. f tiFr-rfc
i: in a
"1 Y B
FREXCH A COMMON
C A X D I K s
SVGA It JUMBm
I Tollfit antl Fancy aArticIes Gensil;
Bi'Vtatnklt run TLA.,
IN BASL.M E.N'T OF THE LATE SESlLLt
W. J. B AER. ESQ.
Ni.v. l.V. Tl ly.
TH lllCHEsr 3f ASKT PBICE T.tlu
-ILL klSDSOFCOlXTBr PR
a. c. sir
KEIM & CO ,
Sl eVESSORS Tl STLTZMAX k KEJI
In tb .
Bex leave tn say tu its Patruns and the Fain J J
their line bv Farmer. Builder. HirrlJI
Carventers. Blacksmiths, atlners. Killers. U
benaeu and Manutaeturer ajencrallr. Is nui
FOR COOKING AND IIEATHIaI
Of the must dcsiraMe kit.ls. whkh have nevr ho
vet, tailed to give entire aUuictii, are a!
kept uo hand.
yles, at 1
Of the rartous paturn best adapteil to thesso
uf our Farmer, warranted to aftve saustau
The lanre number already la use thrvocbsti
and the al)ulnlna: mantles, and a neailii; V
Ins; demand, aro a sunv-trut aaaranie '
r a t in ii li Lire '
VjaOlu VV II rt"IM True
FurMinlne. ImharinaT. Railruaul BuiUlM
or the nvt approvedjiattern and best sui
mane to unier uo anon nut ice.
MUST AND SAW Mil I. IRO
N- v. is, '
ANTI FRICTleiM ROLLER-
IRON KALLLNU, BALCONIES. BR-M'a- A
Window and Door-SiBi:
Tll''Rse, Direct, and the "Parker-
STOVE rf- CO
For all tbe different Plows ascd la th a.' J 1
W an tb authorised ajenw fcr the ak rf
SPEAR'S ANTIDI'ST PARU 11 Sped,
Ia this unty.
W sell, at manafactareri prwa.
THE SPRAOVE MOWER,
THE RISS EL REAPER AND"1
THE BEST STEEL PLOWS.
THE BEST HORSE RA
And Ag rhltaral Impleaaants g""11-- LX
W. hor-. to merit a ountlnBanc f I0" fi'b
so Ubwraily eiteaded to Ibis tabllha- an
Our prk-vx will he fair aad sur tertai Jmari
Ian, W, Tt.