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CjrEATIOXK IX BF.E CI LITHE
BT IL H. FLICK.
W'h&l ia the best artificial food for
In what way fchall I foed my lees?
When is the best time to feed ?
These arc Questions in a numWr of
communications received durinjr the j best adapted to his mode of treat
last four weks, and to answer all pri- nienL. Ybvti he is prepared to give
i i a . v - - 1; I . r 1 if
Taiciy, would tasie up too mucu wwvt.
For the benefit of all,
In this article.
I will answer
The past season has been unprofi
table in the extreme for natural
swarms. The weak condition of the
colonies at the approach of Spring,
and the unusuaUV cold weather during
the two first months of Spring, retard
rd the rearing of brood to such an
extent that, on an average, colonies
lucin oiirsi mumuf! wi ""'bi
were unable to tiirowoa but medium
swarms by the 10th of June, Most
swarms issued durintr the latter iart
of June and beginning of July, at'er f.T publishing them. I am not
which time, for about a f.irtuitrht,
white clover wcreted honey in a bun -
Colonies tlrat were strong in mini-
Iters at this time secured a full allow -
ancc, whilst all weak and late ones
failed to secure enough for a winter's
Old colonies that have overswarm
cd, had not enough working Ih-os left
to gather supplies; such must le fed.
All colonics that have plenty of comb
and are 6trong in numbers should le
fed. But such as has too few combs,
or are deficient in !eos, or both, as is
generally the case, must le united
with some other colony.
Tbe best food for lees is honey. If'trv,
movable combs arc used, the honev
can be equalized. There is always
enough honey in an apiary to save all
the loB if properly equalized. Be
sides it is necessary to remove some
full combs and givo empty ones for
the bees to cluster so as to keep warm.
Bees are just as safe in winter 1k
tween sheets of ice as between sheets
of sealed honey.
In the absence of honev. we must
substitute an artificial food adapted the best advantage, we need clean, rather than let a stitch of her fall in
to the reqaireaments of the bees. An drv. hisrhlv cultivated land as pre- to such d d wreckers' hands.
artificial bee feed, I have experiment-1
cd largely and have used various pre
parations until I discovered the fol
lowing: Sugar 10 pounds, water 4 pounds,
corn starch 2 pounds, infusion slip
pcry elm 1 ound, gum Arabic 4 oz.,
tartaric acid i ounce, common salt 1
ounce, essence peppermint 1 table-1
Dissolve the sugar in the water ,
over a slow nre. I uc corn starch
must be of the consistency of molas-l should oe caretully collected and ro
ses, (no thicker, or the mixture will j moved from the premises. At least
become jelly like). For the infusion c half the fires which annually de
of elm, pulverize two teaspoonsful of rtroy property and life are occasioned
bark and add to one pint of water, by an accumulation of soot in the
I'ul verize the gum Arabic and dissolve Move pipes, chimneys, Arc, Soot con-
in one half pint water. .Mix all .-" a cunsiueiiioic .umu am
wbile hot, let boil for a few minutes j monia. and on this account is very
and remove the FCflm, when it will be j beneficial to nearly ail kinds of plants;
readv for use. If too or three pounds j but it should be used with caution, as
of honev arc added it will make it all ; it is jwwcrful for the tender leaves of
the better. most plants, aud requires to lc com-
The best wav of giving food to 'posted with ten times its bulk of
bees and not attract robbers, is to j muck, ashes, Ac, cr diluted with a
place a feeder above the cluster or, large quantity of water. Twelve
boos and fill as often as emntied until quarts of soot dissolved in a hogs-
enough has been carried down aud
sealed over. A colony should have
25 pounds sealed at the beginning of
Tbe best feeders are made of tin,
having strips of tin sot in edgewise to
support the bees. The feeder is cov
ered with a wooden box, having a
hole in the centre, through which the
feed is introduced. I can furnish a
few of these feeders with box ready
The time for feeding is in Septem
ber or beginning of Octolor, so that
tbe bee can carry down 'and seal up
ere cold weather sots in.
AU feed should bo made warm
bees will take it up more readily.
Feeding Itoes when in good condi
tion is economy, for by giving 20 or
25 pounds of honey, this Fall, they
may store 60 or 100 pounds surplus
next season, besides a swarm. Thus
saving two colonies and securing the
honey for but little expense and trou
ble. Heat K plater Trait Tiw.
Among the insect enemies of the
fruit-grower it is singular that noonc
has referred much to the red spider.
It is a small enemy to W sure, but
one by no means to be despised. It
makes up by its immense number, for
its diminutive appearance. A horti-
cultural friend who has just returned ;
from a trip up the Hudson river, and j
who is well acquainted with the devas-1
tations caused by the red spider in j
green-bouse culture, tells us that many i The Judge remarked that the sugges
orcbards in that reputable fruit re- tion occurred to him by instinct on
gion have the foliage half destroyed seeing the young couple. A verdict
by this little pest, without any on j was subsequently entered for plaintiff
seeming to know that anything is the , on the condition of his promise to
matter with the trees, except that marry defendant within two months,
they exhibit an unaccountable rusti- a stay of execution leing put on the
ness on tie upper surface. We find verdict till the marriage ceremony is
that there is some of this insect rav- completed. The counsel gave the
ag.ng the orchards of our own dis- young lady such an uumerciful
trict, as ur friend hands us some "thafiiing" on her consent, w hich
apple leaves on which are scores. i
They have to be examined with a j
pood pocket lens in order to get a :
pood impression of their activity and j
destructiveness. They appear larcvr .
, . , f , . - ' 1 , to
roses lusciiiasanuotnerienuer iuams,
but whether or not thfy are different
r 1 J a I A. JJ 1 a. I
feiH-eica iv wirm-, aic uautes t'j mi-
soil. or are introductions from
other parts, are. questions which may
perhaps interest the entomologist,
but will hardly aid ia the destruction
of the foe.
We suppose on large trees the la
bor would be too great to attempt
means for their eradication, but for i
voung trees w hich are easily reached.
it might be well worth while to try to
keep them down. The popular re
ceipt in garden books is to mix flour
of sulphur in greasy water and then
syringe with it, of course keeping th
mouth of the syringe near the surface
of the water while drawing up the
liquid, as the our and sulphury water
floats only on the top, and is drawn
into the syringe only in that way.
This greasy liquid causes the sulphur
to adhere to the leaves, and it is said
the red spider abandons the leaves in
The hot, dry atmopbere of our
country is peculiarly favorable to the
existence of the red spider; and
when we know how great a pest it is
to fruit growers under glas3, it seema
to us well worth looking after him
when be undertakes to fasten on fruit
trees in tbe open air. Gertnantou n
Aron is not a profitable professor
in Japan. Even the unfortunate er
fcon upon whose premises a casual fien
break out is regarded as an enemy
of the State, and finished accord
ingly. Tbe blossoms cannot tell what be
comes of its odor, and no man can
tell what becomes of his influence and
example, that roll away from Lim,
and go beyond his ken on their peri
lous mission. i
Wool ; rowing.
My own opinion is that a farmer
who has lioen accustomed to Merino
sheen and who does not expect to
raise more than peventr-fire Iambs!
from one hundred ewe, had better
have nothing to do with CotswolJ,
Leicester or JSouth Iown phoep. The
poorest Merino cheep he can find,
inrnvidod thor arc healtby, will be
ootier i'ou mm more cure nc kuouiu
get soiue improved Merinos; and if
1 he keeps on nniiroving in his general
system of management he will in time
le prepared to keep a still more artifi
cial breed of t-heep, and will at length
succeed with Cots wolds or Lcicosters.
Whether it will pay to keep sheep that
rrauire M) muni mure tnrr uim niu
require so much more care and better
feed wjll depend entirely on the do -
niand for mntton, lambs, etc.
Some of the Cotswold breeders are
j disposed to expel mc from the parly,
if,irnori;ninriiflinntiiins or rat h I
'afrnid of the truth hii.tinir this splen-;
1 dj, breed .f r-heep. To me it is en- j
eoiiraging rather tLo.ii otherwise (hat
these high-bred sheep are not adapted
j to "roughing it"' on cheap lands and
j Va.t prairies and plains and mountain
of the tar wesi. ii sucn was
the case, the best thing we could do
would be to pull up stakes and take
our Hocks out there. But depend
upon it that Merino sheep w ill do bet
ter in such sections. Our Merino
wool will be raised on these" cheap
lands, and the long combing wool,
good mutton and early lambs will be
raised in the better farmed and more
'highly cultivated parts of the eoun-
In fact, I do not see how those
of us who live in the old settled wheat
growing sections of the conntrycan
keep up the fertility of our farms with
out kocj5nr more stock. And we
have to decide between aairving or ten pounds. Twenty I'll give. Ihir
lKef, pork or sheep growing. I think ty forty fifty fifty pounds to the
we shall feel the cometition from the J feller who'll run us out of this cursed
west in the production of pork, beef ; place. By Vi , I ltolicvc you are
land fine wool, for some years, morel
i than in earlv lambs, good mutton and j
rombin? wool. To raise the latter to i
ciselv what is needed to produce re-
mdnerative crops of winter wheat
The more mutton wc produce the
more wheat shall we produce per
KMt 4 Frltlllcrr.
Soot is nearly as valuable a manure
as guano, bulk for bulk, and it costs
nothing. It is, in fact, necessary to
the safety of every house that it
head of water makes an excellent li
quid manure, which may be applied
with excellent effect to all kinds of
vegetables and flowers. It is liettcr
to apply it to the soil about the roots
than to the leaves or stems. E.r
cJinngr. Katr4 tat Marriaj-r.
A case recently tried before the
CJonmel (Irish) Assizes, was brought
to a singular and novel termination
by the presiding Judge. The parties
in the case were a young man and a
young women, loth of whom claimed
possession of a rural projerty, one by
virtue of an ancient lease, and the
other under a will. They were in
court for the purpose of giving their
testimony, when a bright idea struck
the Judge, who interrupted the case
to say :
"It just strikes me that there is a
very pleasant and easy way to termin
ate this law snit. The plaintiff ap
pears to lc a respectable young man,
and this is a very nice young wo
nmn. "Lauoditerl. Thev can both
rct married and live happv on the
farm. If thev go on with law pro- the lee of the schooner, watching with
ceedin-s it will be frittered awav 1..! clenched teeth, two men struggling
tween lawyers, who, I am sure" arelfr life or death, come to the bulwarks
not ungaflant enough to wi.-h the'jst over the boat; she could hear
marriare mav not come off." j
The young lady on being interro
gated, blushed and said that the was
quite willing to marry the plaintiff.-
The latter on being asked if he would
niarrv the young woman gallantlv
resitonded. "Most undoubtedly." !
many in court thought should have
been first obtained from plaintiff, that
she left the Court in tears,
To iairta4mrrira-rncianr rtj.
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VSU I aJU UlU Ut lAJV: OJ A l VI 1 11 V
American Tress association, stating
that the total sum awarded by the
court of arbitration to the United
States government, in lieu of all
claims for damages against Great
Britain, ot $17,.r00,00(, is entirely
correct. This is the exact amount
agreed upon, and judgment fr the
same will be signed at once by four
members of the court as follows: The
President, Count Sclopis, of Italy;
Mr. Jacob Staempfli, of Switzerland,
secretary of the board; Baron Itajuba,
of Brazil, and Charles Francis Adams
on the part of the United States: Sir
Alexander Cockburn. the British
member, refuses to concur in tho de
cision of the arbitration and repudiates
the award, except in the case of the
Alabama. He is now preparing an
elaborate aud exhaustive opinion on
the subject of the claims, wherein he
differs essentially from the judgment
pronounced by the board.
The only cases adjudicated by the
I ward were those of the Florida and
Shenandoah ; the others being exclud
ed from the Arbitration. In the case
of the Florida, after an extremely
lenfftbv and leclialcul
byMh ritlef, the arbitrators f 1'1 j
four in favor of America to one in fa
vor of Great Britain. The case of the
Shenandoah waa the subject of a ft ill
closer and more elaborate legal dirv
cusfion, extending over several days,
and the arbitrators after the argument
Ftood three in favor of judgment for
the Lnited Mates to two in favor of
Maj. Gen. W. B. Franklin, an old
line Democrat, declares for Ilartranft
for Governor. Soldiers will all vote
the way they fcbot.
At dark Bessie Walters rail into
(the cottage, rousing' her father with
the news that the sinnrglora eehoon
or was taking off Ansa Moll,
Jim Iolton had g'one to prepare tnc
men to be ready at the Mews. -
- V1,a i-no n -cmwxv lift cnlinnnnr
She was a -smart little schooner,
drawing wonderfully little water. So,
the wa being like glass, only throb
bine with a ground swell.shc was tow
ed up within a few hundred yards of
the shore, and then the worn iegan
. in earnest.
"We've onU' but two hours safe to
do it in," said the leading man; "when
the tide turns the brecze'll get up and
earrv offtbo fog; so push on lads,
and show what Iorsct chaps can
do." . .
In mimlo of hours nearly half
an - - - . .
. the cargo was safe, each man "ork-j
-big like two. The tea and tobacco
stowed away in a snug cave, long
used as abiding place; the kegs "
siirits sent off to noighWing cellars,
'some of which were in the vanlts ofV)lss.j "i-himl Lim, i wpin-j like a
the elmrclies. l?y this time the t?
had covered the downs, and lay there
as if resting. Suddenly through the
mist and silence came the shriek of a
seagull, then another and another.
Every man stopped working. Every
lace turned in me uirccuoiu
signal, for such it was; then down
throiiffh the white cloud came a figure
scrambling; jumping from rock to
rock and Bessie Walters, her face
flushed, her hair loose, breathless
stood by the men.
"Harrv's rotten back fro' Wey-
mouth," she said, "tho revenue cnaps ,
ha' gotten word the cutter s com in ,
and l ue soiuiers 100 auu some vi um
r 11. . 1 - II ... n 4l. JtAI'A '
OWIllolhS Iiae inunii im; .-
t "Then it's all up," said the captain;
i "so much for your d d Borset-
! shire. I'll give five pounds to the
! man who will take us out. I'll give
all in the game, and orougut us nere
to sell us. I'll cheat you j'ot. If I
can't do better I'll burn the craft.
Here, Charlie, pull off."
As he spoke, a rocket whizzed up
in the offing, and the cutter was with
in a couple of miles coming with the
"It be bad-like to let the craft be
taken." said a man who had Itecn
watching the captain's boat. "I've a
mind to go off with her fifty pounds'
a tarriblc lot of mono v."
lie looked hard at Bessie,
Bessie's cheeks grew redder, as
"Sec be as you'll goo, Gargo,
row vou off."
There were no further words so-
ken; the man walked down to the
I lxat, followed by Bessie.
"Mipposiu 1 get the money, l.es
sic?" asked George, as he looked
Bessie bade him hold his tongue till
he got it, and nodded him good-night
as he scrambled up the schooner's
Sullenly and desperately the smug
gler held on her way. Suddenly the
trumpet rang out:
"Haul to, or we shall fire."
"Fire away!'' shouted the captain
of the schooner.
A spur of tire sprang from the cut
ter's side and a round shot crushed
through the smugolcr'sjib.cutting half
a dozen ropes in two. Still she held
on. Swish came another shot, this
time hitting the mainmast, and send
ing out a shower of 'splinters. They
were within two hundred ards of
each other now. Tho cutter coming
on, evidently with the intention of
boarding. Bessie held her breath
she was thinking of George Hatvel.
The crafts were close together. Bes
sie started up and flung her arms
overhead, with a cry of dismay, for
the revenue men were boarding the
smugglers. The air was filled with
firing, curses and shouts. A sudden
thought flashed into the girl's bewil
dered brain. She ran down to the
shore, pushed off her boat, and jump
ing in, rowed to the scene of action,
never doubting she would see Gorge
somehow, and bring him off the ship.
The sailors were too busy to notice
the boat glide up; so Bessie lay under
their panting breath, then a pistol
shot; and a body was hurled over the
side; duelling dcscrately at the slip
pery wood, grasping at the last mo
ment a loose rope.be swung down al
most touching the girl.
At first she was to busy to notice
i his face; but when the bandage was
tied she looked at it, and saw his lips
moving, though his voite was too
faint to sound over the noise of the
fight and roar of breaking waves.
Her car almost touching his lips be
fore she caught the words.
"Bide me, hide me, and let me die
For a moment Bessie staring at
the black rocks and thinking; then
a Hirht crossed her eves. . She said to
j "Wc may's well risk it. May !
there s no itoat about, and lie s a
handsome young chap to le hanged.
Gurgc maun look after himself, I
Excitement lent extra strength to
her arms. Shooting through tho
I'ureie nrcuway, sue ran me
into the beach just in the quiet little
nook behind the "Boor," where the
projecting rocks made a perfect ha
ven, dragging the boat up as far as
The man was moaning now, and
as she couldn't lift him cut, the only
alternative was to make him shift for
"You'll hev to land, young man.
I allow it's difficult ; but yo'maun do
it. Ther's a cave here vo'can lie in
till the cutter's men and soldiers
out of the wav."
j For answer he got up, and scram
! bled, with many groans, out of the
jlioat, dropping upon the fchingle.
I "You're a good lass, ami if you're
as pretty as your voice is sweet, 111
have the liost of it hiding away here."
"We'll see about that, my man.
Yo'or all tarred with the same stick.
The moor a woman does for a man
the moor she'll hev to do. The ferst
sarey word yo' says to I, my faytber
he eooins tonusyo.' So yo' best keep
a civil tongue."
Tho natural result of this nursing
was, that Bessie lost her heart pitv
is, we know, near akin to love ; and
so it was. By some menus or other.
the irvcnue ofiicer, left to Li cn a look
out at LiiilYvortti, began to get some
inkling of the truth, and one day,
meeting Kcssie, questioned her rather
closely as to ber friend. But she was
j too sharp to tell an ything, and the
name he went by ("Kit Roberts")
could give no clue- to Lis antecedents.
That night, however, the officer came
across Kit himself, and began chaff
ing Lim about Bessie. Boasting a
little widely of his knowledge on do
mestic matters, there was a row. The
officer threatened Kit retaliated.
I Then some of the older men stepped
in, and separated them before blows
had actually been k truck. Henry
Walters, however, came in time to
hear his daughter's name bandied
olkTkllf a 111 it Im-iiit rtiristmas Eve.
it. o ..1.1 man u-at tint niTfit-t! v soImt.
j y(J ho gave tl
; nijnj . ault y
i. ' i .
the officer a oit or Ins
anninjr with the sub-
ject, ended by threatening to pitch him
over the cliff if he ever said a word
against Bessie again. Then Kit, who
had been standing by, got the old
man away, ami for a few hours the
latter was at rest.
Next morning Bessie started for
Kast Lulworth, to attend high mass.
Returning, she went down tho long,
steep path leading to the ruined chap
el of Bindcn: suddeuly she stopped.
Surely that was Kit, walking along
the cliffs ves, going slowlv. as if
iwau'lluiz or wauiuvi a uru hit
croucujng down. There, within
t a nun Jmj yarJ s wrapped in a night
t.iuaj. um jlrto,i to keep off the keen
;oast wiud, st'od the revenue officer,
i ,,..,.1;I1,r .. iili bis o-lass h Dassinir
I nanther down the stcen cliff.
( i0),orti, ;
t a thousand Hiwrks seemed to I
flawing before Bessie's eves, her lips
OIH;Ucji sbe tried to scream, but her
yoicc W4S pono; 6ho tried to start for-
vnr i,i, .r knoes p-nve war. and
; filIin?i )ay j,iipclled by a
horrible attraction of the murder
to see her lover the man who, in a few
weeks, was to be her husband, delib
erately steal upon the officer, and
with a sudden spring and blow, with
his outstretched hands, strike him
QVvr the rjiff yhe jH.arj tnp n,urii(.r.
j0,i ,uaQ.g ticatb-yc-II, but no more ; a
cold hand seemed laid npon her heart,
and sense left her.
When she recovered, Kit was sil
ting by her. His face white, aud a
terrible expression of fear and anger
glaring out of his blood-shot eyes.
"How did you come here ?" he ask
ed, making no attempt to raise Bessie
up, or excuse himself.
Bessie told him ; his face grew
wilder. Springing up he dragged her
up too, almost crushing her wrists as
he did so.
"There's only two things to silence
you and by Heaven you shall take
the alternative follow him, or go
with me to the priest at Dorchester,
and I'll be safe both from them and
Three days after, Bessie was a
bride. The girl hardly knew how
those days had parsed. She had been
opt prisoner in a small room at the
top of a house in some back street in
Meantime the IkmIv of the coast
guard had been found. Harry Wal
ter S threat was corroborated by a
dozen voices, and the old man was
iiuujvu uu tirjiaii. a uu uiug; naa m
a ferment of wonder and excitement,
for simultaneous with the murder
was Bessie Walters' elopement with
Kit Boln-rts. .
The first news that met Bessie and
her husband was that of her father's
Who can describe the girl's horror
and misery, the crplexity which be
set and crushed her on the one hand,
to see her father hung for a crime
of which her husband wasguiltv;
and the other to denounce the true
murderer, and save her father by the
sacrifice of her husband.
There was one thread of hope, the
evidence against Henry Walters was
merely circumstantial ; those who had
heard him swear vengeance against
the officer were now ready to swear
he was drunk ; and that a more for
giving, peaceable man never lived.
Once Bessie saw her father.
"Don't yo' fret, my darling. Yo'
know I be innocent as an unborn
babby," he said.
A great and exceeding bitter cry
burst from Bessie's lips.
"Doant say that, oh ! fayther, yo'r
killin' I I must tell yo' I maun
tell', or my heart will break. . Kit did
The old man sprang to his feet ; he
had been kneeling lieside the seat site
"He did it, fayther ; I seed him !"
and seizing the arm that, with hand
clenched, hung by her, she told him
the story of her husband's crime and
When she was done he stood still,
his hands clenched, his head droop
Suddenly be turned, and lifting ber
up in his arms, held her to his heart
as he had done when, as a motherless
child, she had come to him for comfort
in her childish trials.
"Bessie, my darling, yc are done
right in telling me. I can die happy
when I know why I die. Xo, my
dear, you've not to fret ; it is you I'm
thinking for, not Kit. God'll have to
think for him. It's yo' darling you'll
find it hard to hold your tongue, but
you must, dear. I'm your fayther,
and God has given mc a right to com
mand my child. My command is t'j'o
goa back to Kit and help the Lord to
make him a better man. I hadn't
many years to live, Bessie, It's not
much whether I go this year or five
years later; and I allow I won't Ik?
hardly judged in the other world for
what I'm doing now."
Kit was sitting at the table writing
when she got out of bed. She went
: over to him ami put her arms around
him. He looked up in her face.
God kuow8 what he saw there;
perhaps the shadow of her doom on
his. Whatever it was, it made him
lay his bead upon the table, and sob
in the very bitterness of a man's de
Bessie did not try to comfort him.
She had her work to do. Kit sohlred
on ; then, turning, he came over to
his wife and laid his hand on her
"Yon are right Bessie; only. you
are not to do it I II do it myself."
Bessie ran after him he was gone.
Bushing back to ber room, she began
dressing; life and death depended
upon it ay, indeed, life and death;
for even as she hurried down stairs,
a crowd came to the door a crowd
with white, frightened face ltearing
in their midst a body !
Kit had shot himself. The paper
he had been writing when Bessie gave
him her last kiss was a full confession
of the crime.
Hurra Walters was released, but
never showed his face in Lnl worth.
When Bessie was able to move they
emigrated, and no tiding of them,
weal or woe, has ever reached their
A candidate for a situation as
school teacher in Florida, being ask
ed the sLape of the earth, replied:
"Well, some folks likes it round and
some likes it flat, and I've jinnerly
teat lied it both ways.". .
It Las been found that in nearly
every civilized country the tree that
bears the most fruit for market U the
Railroads. Lave three guagc at
broad guage, a narrow guage and a
About tha commonest social rice,
and the one which is most abhorred,
ESTABI.lBIIK.ri IS lfclll.
rjtlK LA HO EST ANtTbEST KTOCK OF
tt'est of Ike Mountoin;
Of cur own Manufacture, will he fjund ut tbe
V. G. HAM MRU P SOXS,
The newest a n l most nppnm-4 style of 'lu and
Medium furniture, la UriforYarictythajiaiiy other
house, at very reasmntMe price. Persons fumhdi.
Ing turns. would Un well to write for our nrwctivu.
lar. or when lu Pittsburgh, wr rcittullir aiiliclt m
vijlC touur warvruKuiM. Juu't furet the flau,
4. 4SCoNeveatai A., Fit(knra;li. Pa.
WccbUpnr the worlil In prlorii for the rime
quality ot nmterlal ami wurkinttnMili f our juuda.
au74m Cl'T THIS OCT.
PITTSBl Utill FKMALK (MLEt.'K.
Kltoakt nriMMWA, wrll (tamlrhKit an I car
tttfl tlinniicbnat. TIpiU);h court) ut slu.ly.
TWENTY-THRKK TEACH KlfS.
Srpcn Draarntrsft. Kpoeliil tw-hr fuur in I
Mu.'ic ftr tarli rl the tirnioni'iiinl tintnrhr. Nft. j
live tracker of l"rprh au'l l-rui.tD. t'hiir;'a leaa I
than any M1011I aft T I in njiul alraiit:ecanlav
cotnmo'laltiitii'. Kail trui tauunriK-vii Si't:cinlvr
Kith. ScihI to Ilia frvM.lc-oL llrv. i. t. Per'liiu;.',
I. !.. tlilt.Mrgli, l'.i.. l-r u t'at:il.;u.'. I
aiiK. Jw. . I
A x s-n7x'"ii orsK,""
ivi:ki.its, IA, j
SAJI'l. ri.ltlti:u I'roin-ili . !
Tl'ld 1.4 aaftr r t laa fa-I latltflal ill X. Jlltr?t a-alllkl V t
The tuMtm will ni Ire u',. Hi: I Hit choir-
-:i i:iiiib lac iiKtmn it M'truf, uu i uix'tntr mm mo
bent Uiiuora. li'Mmy HUllr:utUi(-lieil. . au,-3
Arc row pr'irv.l to Jo nil kin ! uf -Uinini( aiil
SASH AXI) DOOKS,
WMowJ Door Frames,
Oranrthlna;iuel In buiMlnff. We are ali pre
pared Ut aaw
FRAMlvTLM I5EK, BOARDS,
And any thlnp In that Hue of buoinexs. I
All klmla of work done to order. !
t rlera promptly tilled. j
WOLFKKS 11 K K t Kit. j
. zi kai.l a riui.Lirri,
Caaaelrnan, Somerset en., Pa.. July 27, l7i j
rJIiK lTsFrulT : j
IN THE WORLD! !
THE AM Eli IC AX SIBMF.KGKO j
DouMc-Aetlng, Xon-Frec alnaT
FOKCE PUKP! I
The Simple!. Mint I'oirrrfnl, KITeetire. Iura- I
hie. tt:Huhle and I'lieapvtit I'ump lu une. I
It la made all of Iron, and of a tew aiuiple parta. j
It will nit Freeze, ni no wat-r r. in-ln in the i
plie whea not In aetiiwu j
It liaa nc IcathT or mim fading, aa the aacker :
and ralvea are all ol iron.
. It aeldom. If ever, rt'ta out of order.
It will (Tee water frim 40 to SO fart In the air, l y '
attarbina; a few feet of h aje. j
It la good for washing r.u,;ifl.a, Window a, water -Inn
It fumi'be the tnireat aadel.lrat water, b. cause i
Ij la placed in the bottom of the well. 1
Txa : ' Inch Pump. 15: lw, V " !
1 ' is; tie. '
Larger aizet Ui pMrtion.
WET AND A PI.ATT.
Sole Afrenta tor Sotncraot IHiunty.
Romerset, I"a., aiay 1st, IH72.
1X(1, tt-JLLlXTIXO At.
JAS. II. UAITlir.It,
DALE C1TV, : : : MEYEKS' DAEL P.O.
All huninma cnlni'te.1 tn hl. en re will lie prompt
ly attended to. Tbe Airi-ney fcr the purchaaeur
aale of all kinde of rval eatale Uken on mlerata
AXDS AXI KUILDI.NU LOTS.
Iluildins lots ia the
Borough of Somerset,
Hlilily aituate l, aud
Faiiii Mineral and Mer LiJs
In r.irloUa lectiufis of SomcriH-t ciwntr, f.r title
OX ACCOMMODATING TERMS.
A port Inn if the 1.id.1s are
Others are unimproved.
1KOX (IRK. and
Are fonnd annie nf thran. of fair qaalltjr and
unantitr. For tcrui, ke., caJl on or addreaa
Atttrnat 3?, Tl tf. Somerset, l'a.
HOUSE & S1IIHES,
Mnnufiirturt'raof all jrnules of
Attention par'.lrularly aked of Jobhr.
a)aOrdeni Solirited by E. 11. Manliall,drul4,
Soaierset, I'a. my. a.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
Stair Rods, &c, &c.
A Fill! n.l Carcfuilv Si-lt-rttil Sioi'.
I50VA1U), HOSE & CO.,
21 FIFTH AVESIT,
JJAXKIXG HOUSE OK
James T. Brady & Co.,
Conur of roarta knm nl Wool Street,
WE BUY AND SELL
GOLD. SI LVER&GOU PONS
On Liberal Tonnsu
Six per Cent. Iutcrest on DeMsItK.
AdXiUNTSOr MF.HCHAXTS ASB
James T. Brady & Co.
July a-Tl i
"yARM CASTLE & MOORES
SOLD BT ALL OROCEI1S.
R R R
RADVAY'S READY "RELIEF
Ct'RES TUB WORST PAINS
In from Ono to Twenty Mlnutos.
NOT ONE HOUR
Tier mdmi thk itrcrtvrant l any ana
sfJFFER WITH FAIN.
BAD WAT'S KKAPV RKLIET U A CURE FOR
It ni tb (ln anil' !
Tli Only laln Itomcdy
that lartantfy atopa th tnoH racrtiriatlnc pata. ail art
nlliuaniaUoua, and curat CofireUiori, wfai,Utr of tua
.iiata, Siomacb, ilowcla, or ouicr ulaula or arjoiia, by
IN KKOM OTTE TO TWEXTT WXVTT.,
fe matter how Tlolatit or irruclattac tia
l;HtLUATl(l BrJ rUJru Indrai. Criunlnl.
tiurallc or proatrattd with diaraae aiay niter,
RADWAY'8 READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORI INSTANT CASK.
liTLAJIMATION or TH B Kll'NEVS.
INFLAMMATION OK THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OK THK-BOWEL.
CONOESTIOM or THB I.CX08.
SOUS THROAT, DlFFU.'fLT BRSATHINO.
PALIUTATIO OK TU HKART.
HYSTERICS. CHoUr, KII'llTHKRlA.
COM) CTrTLiA AOUK CHILIS.
Taa apHlntloa of Ua Bea Urllef lathe part nr
fina wbera tha pala w iLiLcuitjr tiiiu will affnd caaa
Twratv amp In half a tnmblrr of watrr will laafrf
rfmiit enra CRAMPS, SPASMS, FOB It f"TnMAl-l,
HEAKTBPKM, SleK HEADACHE, ktlAKKHF.A.
lV.sK.VTF.ItV, OOLIO, WLNi IX TBa; UottaXS,
and all INTERNAL 1'AtNS.
TraTelm ahoula aiwaya tatnr a bottle c.f Raitwat'a
ItraJy Itrllrf arlth them. A few Urol la alar !II
i.tritail aicknaaa or palna from rhaage bf watrr. li la
be lr Uoa Frooca IftraaUy or Itiuera aa a atuualaot.
FETOR AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AOUK cured fir anyeaota. There la
nut a remedial arent la tl.la world Ut-At will cam Fercr
a h! Afue, and all othT Malarioaa, HllkHM, SrarM, Tv-
IIH.ai, Iellow. anaotaer rrretaiaiarii vj RAfn A I n
ll.USl an qiikk aa KAIIWAV'S ItKADK KEL1EF.
Bum ay uracauaa
HEALTH ! BEAUTY ! !
' strono and rrm? nieit mKin-rNcnEASK
OK FI.F.KH AMI WFIOflT-l'I.EAK HKS A .NO
LEAL IUL'L;oMl'l.kl().N tHCVO.li.lt TO ALU
DR. RAD WAY'S
CDCDDII I UfJ DCCni tCMT
onuoni nniLLinn ni.ov1.1 uu 1
HH MADE TI1K WiHT ASTONISHINO CfRFe ;
t (JIICK, H l:l-ll) A UK rilK t'HANUKS
TilK Hcllr r.NHKI;;F-i VKPKR thk in
FLTFNi'K tiK 11113 TKULY WoN'LtiCFLL
Every Day an (ncroaso In Flech
and Weight is Seen and Felt.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
-rr lrr.p of I be PAKSAPARH.LIAX RESnLV
ENT conimtttilfstM throurli the Blood. 8weat, t'rin-.
auU miter BuUla and juuxa of U.a aratenkttia rlfor of if.
for It ri'pini the a.-tMi :t Hie lKly with new ana amiiiil
lnat!rial. Nj"i(iiia, MUiit,
, i'unituniritbiii. OlftlMhilar
dbH-ac, TT!crn in tli ThrfSt. Mittitli, 1 umorft, Nmtoi lu
t (ilaUrdt, nJ ottK-r t-rt. if ttm yit-oi, rxn -,
Ftruiimua Ticl wrg- fnn;i lh Knrw, ad lire wt.r-4
(.not of ftkin dim.-, fcnij tkmn. Fever &ntv hr4
HviAtl. itit.r Vt'urrn, hll KiifMin, trylD.a, Acise.liUci.
Stwii. Worms in the HtU, Tnrnnra, CMiers in ti a
A Hint, md all eakt'..inat t,l painful dwcltanr-". Ni;lit
SaVfAtaa, I of ,SpTtll. UIhI tall WBaIIHI Of tit life I t'll (.1-
4e, rv within lb et.rativ rref UiU wonder of MJ
era C'lieniUirr, ami f'-w t. hwvIII .nve Ia or
r.n u-tnjt It f x c'MiT i f liicsc fwrtaaS of UUta: us
jjfrimt power to cure tin tu.
If the fafliicut, iiAlY lv-oilnr rfrtneed hj tfce wntri
t'.rl itccftiiiiMittion tliat is riit.l.iitially lrfKnlrlt. "c
crjafUt la ftm-Htaiix tfasjwt wsctctt, antl rciiwni tlie M e itli
i.-," r&itierUl tnatle frmn lie.iathv thxnUfLud Ue
. RSATAHIIXIAN mill arni tU rure.
V Otllv 41I tl)0 SKAalIl-LJAI K CMOlTtTT f !
n'l kif'WTi rem'ilUI arril in the eur of 'hrirtv.r, ffcr-fi
.;-, 1 fMltttlt'ithHtial, aMtti faaiU 4llBv-aV but tt k liaa? VI!
i M.iecui fur
iiirncj" & HIadScr Complaints
- inrr. id Wvnb ! O rr, PUtha-te. !!'.
I ;i-re nf Htafr, Itrcttiiiirev 4 I. flii-. lritffat'a
- e, A'itmtuuni4, mt.d In 'l tas-. wberr iWrr art Lrlcl:
. ii darydi.nr Utm wntvr U thick, HttdT. n.ixcd mitli
a i! .ixirr liKts Uie wliiie if au (-,- tiireiMla Une wl.it rj
U.tt thrre h ntorM'!, dsrk. aparairre,aul
-'.lie .otar-diint drfrsiUtaVi rui wbrn there U a pfitkirtf,
virnt -fityntk.il atifu laUr-ri Ur.iiil Do. in lit H.J
. , m' "f ir li-trW and mlotii ttic Isku. I'ricr, t.on.
VOrfMS." TSt only kiKwn sad mm lUmciTy
ftr of 4 j Jape, tic.
f 12 Ycr.rO SronCi
C'urcil by tadvuy' tSfolvrnt.
at., Jvly 18, lC.
Tt. IttwT T Oisria.ii TdH'i in cvsriM w4
I. a.lk. All the Ika-rtori tai I fire m tm fcrlj. fur tt." I tricJ
..trv '.iiiiik U)l wm rtminmniliai Irl iM-tii,i-r la-! . I
VrMr Hf evat. Iwx-Tkt -. -ry it ; Ut ha, a hu'
U ,i Daa-aa- I kavt aawWrW t I !. ,rin. I took kwttraX
f ;fM Kaajrlvnt, MhI S tUdwrtaV S PllU. anal tW Uw-
tltt of Ttraw KarvJr HriM ; Mai I Kama m r a aim M iaaw W be
wr" Ml, aftd I f-l lUr, MnarUr. anal aa rier taa I
rrtrlv yu Tl wmtU tmmor m la ta ln aMef Ui
lwls ,w" I- crwia. I wrila lh to je luf iae aWaatLI at
FtRFECT PURGATIVE FILLS,
f tf-ftlT tvWiw, eyTt'r fmtH w!h ewprt rim, 1
i-tirif,'. rrriilite. tiBriff. cwne an' utrtTirtlM'n. IIjvI-
P'lt. fr ll.e mre tf t rt:onl. r of tit t"iniarQ,
Ia!-er. B.wln, kidnern. li!Uier, prvou IHenaia.
H MI;ie, VntJ al.o;i. i stiv. -ha, ln!itTelion,
Iti? T-M.iMlnr-rW. TlilKma Ftver, Iiftatr,ml inn tf
the lwe!. ItleavU'd atl Ih-raitrfnieiit--f l IfrteniaJ Via-e-ra.
Warranted to effect f-sillve cure. l:r-ly Veceta
,it tliimj tu tnereurr, nili.ersl-..ri-Jt-rfOnlr:i;f
2 r oiraTve the folio-... ayniiaAaaa tno.Utvi trvoi
li.rdTnf Uie l.etlv Or-ruia:
(' tt(.tftlfi. Inward Pile, r IU- nf if Ji!W la tke r'aM,
A ilitr uf the Humara, 7tw, IU unburn, htrpuat vf I'aaxl,
r ilWeti r Wanftit la the StoNUKh. Sr fcrw-talioa. laltinc
r lulaVtHiLf at Uw Pit of Ue Si".a--k. SwiMra.. f Uk
lluirnt mni IriArall laWaiaiaf;, Mltawrir at iWHaart, ("twain
or -aliiwT aWni-ilUiw alwa In a I xi'tt fualvr. Ihtuiaam. .(
.--. 1M or M'tM Mum Uw Hhrht. Prr aa4 Patl fi ia
lha 11.1. IkrtWaa-a' of lai. l Ml, Va-tt tM taa In Shut
1.4 hrra, ISM a taW tla-wl, l-Ut U, Maafeltt FiaM W
' t. bjruiiMt in tfcr Hah.
Afrwd-of RADWATS rTM.S m fh the iT-
t-;n fr-:n !): -' rd '-.ia.r. 1'tKe, S cvuta
. s!a? MY Tnr.5lT.
HEAP KM." K AM) TIU'E. Pond o l.-tf.-r-KA1VAY
A- CO., Mttkafi. !je, N.--
.aa. ilif ff .'UlfH WWlia. lirUtUftUMia i'.i ( SLbl vu.
of . V. YIITZV.
DALE CITT, Svmerftt Co., I'a.,
Artlflcl.il Teeth, warranted to he nf the vi-rr tiest
quality. Ufe-llke and Hiindnne, lnaertel In the
beststyle. PnKlrular attention paid to the pres
ervation of the natural teeth. Thoee wlrhlna; to
eon suit me by letter, can do so by enclosing stamp.
Address as atwre. JelJ Ti
g S. (iOOD,
PHYSIC I A2i
4aT-Lrriri on Ma in Street.
U A1IRETT, SOMEHSET CO., PA. j
Earnest, Delp &. Camp,
AXI) CHESTXl'T M'MDER.
MAWKIl AXDSH W F.l S1IIXGLIS,
AND 1'LASTEUIXO LATH.
"Cut to a bill-' at short notlea.
Orders fnam lumber dealers promptly Ullexl at
wholesale prices. au. V, 'n if.
. Coaseti Xistu axDCuiSTXCT Strklts,
IL W II AX AO A,
' Feb It 71 Proprietor.
Persons waniln? ft rut -class Fruit Trees, Vines
and Plants should call on
ZEE. EC IFTTTlVrF,
Somerset County, Pa.
You can purcliaso of him at kiwer rates thn ol
any other party. Feb. 28-TA
fiicflrporati ly Act of Ilm
Depositors secured by Ileal Estate
Six Per Cent. Interest
raid to depositor on the compoundinj
jr.l.'(eni.m ii aft'rwferf fa f. ISioral pro
tUiaMS fur vUhdrmirimg mutMg dtpotUod.
Prmnbo dotu tn aamtfl atrumKfa, IT IT II O CI
yoTics ntox the depositor.
Jilt romatHa IratiomM tr-Ut rarwica anMasjaf
Trply. - -
JAMES T. BRADY,
Nat Peraoa can take tbeae Bitter accord-
tlwirbonca are aotdeuroyedbT mineral poiaon or other
n to directiona. and remain Irmg unwell, provided
I rneana, and tlio Tiul orgaoa waatcd bcyood ilia poiul
' of repair.
nyapepala or Iaeliajeatlon. Headache, Pin
j in tlie Shoulder. Contlia, 1 ithine of the Cheat. li
! aioeaa, Siur Krucuiiona of the SUmarh, had 1'ie
j in tlie Moutli, ISilinus Altack Palpitation of I lie
I Heart, Intlaniaution of the Lunga, Paia in 'he regiona
; of the Kidnera, aud a hundred other painful ayirpmma,
! are the offspringa of Lrpepaia- ia lhe coniplamta
! it haa no equal, and raw bottle will prove a Letter giur
! antn iif it merila th.in a lenclhv advertisement.
...... ,1,. .J nnu urJ Lc.nxlllui ncuul
Far Female t'ontplatata, in young or oM.
married or aingle, M the dawa of womaubood, or tlie
turn of life, tlxaa Ionic Bitter display ao decided an
iullucnce llut a auikcd uiiprovemeut i toon percep
tible. Fair laflammatory and Chroaie Rhea
ntallaiaa and tiout, liilioua, Keonittent and luler
nutlent r evcre, Diseaaea of tlie Ii'.ood, l.irer. Kidneys
and Bladder, these Hitlers bare no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused br Vitiated Blond, which ia reneraily
produced br dcrancentent of tlie Iieeuire Organ.
They are a Gentle PararaliT aa well aa
a Toale, poaaesaing also the peculiar men! of acinic
as a powerl'id a cent in reiievinc Conarestion or Infl.na
mauuo of the Liver and Vuccral Organs, and in liilious
fikln IMfteasc, Erontioni, Tcct, S.It
.isiotclies. Spoti, ftmpfei, lustii, Botiat, ( ar-
k.IU5"w7m.- d Hesw .fc": Kry-
aipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discoiorationa of the SUin, Itunaura
and Uiaeasea ol the bkin, ot wuatever name or naiure,
are UleralJr due up and carried out of the system in a
abort time by the use of these Bitters
firatcfal Thaaiaaila proclaim Vinegab Hit
Taas the moat wonderful Iuvigoiaut ihat ever autaiocd
the tinkinr system. '
J WALKtR. PropV. R.H. WrDOX ILD ii. C O.,
Druggists and Gen. Arta, San Francisco, Cal..
and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sta., New York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND 1-EALi.RS.
o o o
Or Sagar-CoatriJ, Coner nlratf 1,
liloot aud Herbal Jalce, Aiili
UIMcnsCraiittlciu THE " tlTTtn
CZA.Vr" C.iTIS.nTIC, or iliallana
in a'arro I'hraSc.
Tnt tinrr-iry of modrru jrtiliraU Chcmlcnl and
Pha. in'..iitir:ttl bcti-tiee. No nse of any longer
taking ttie tari, repulsive and nauitins piili,
co up- 1 of r:u:-i. ci-iidc. and hnluy in'ri-flu-nts,
wlwu we caii by a ca.-eful uppUr-auoii ot cheniieal
scieiire, extra -t ad liie raionrtic and otiit-r medi
cinal pmrtie. Inxn tni; bio.-t ainuid'r root) and
luiroa, a id coiiruuTrtt! tlivui it:tu a luimiie (irttii
n'.e, e.rr ly lura-i thati n tiurtartl
a. -.-d , tuat ra t U- rx-Jilr ewadou-d hy thoee of
th :n.-tiM:i'ilirM rinhi.-irii4 an-t laetuiioua taetc-s.
Kac.ilitiie luranlio -rll- n-prnrMe. in a
lU'Mt M'H'i'nir .tti; 1 .ir.:t. a t.ini-h ralhanic power
a ia e ii'iieln- i In a'iy i.f tii aarsw pills SitiiiU !'
eale in thf dni r.vi.t. r r.. a their wmidertul ra
lhai t:: v.-i I p .iortioi In tin-ir eize. pMi l9
iv ,m Iurn n.it t td liiu am B,H In rn.rfi-e H at
lU.-v a-. hir:i or (l-ati-: 1 1 rlf.n-t, hut euch i not
at all 1 c a'. t.ic ditfionl arnvn nie.tiril,al pnn
t:ii'il sv.i'tu titer nrj conifseI lin so liar-irtmir-d
an I no-lido I. n hy tie ofhrr. a- tti
,i' lii ii a-xrrliiti!( ami Ihor
i 5 v t ut-m IJ aud kiudliroyeratiug
in ;:''waH i 1 ere' y tiffi-rc! hy t!ic pro
ii i.I.ii ni I'n-i-a I'eii'.t. to a y rhMn:t v.ln,
u;fui n-iii tf. wi'l fl'id in l!ir:n aiy t'alomr-l or
nihci t-.r.d .f xuercury cr a..y other ia;n.l
Mi ! n ir i 1 1 rc -I y TPsrrlalIc. no p. .tcnlnr
eare w rotpnred while? uiii- tlo-iit. 'l'lny ; e
ritc with-mt diatnrbnnce ti th;eaiiHitniiiiii. tlii-t,
ix l.-cui: nn. For J anil'1. Ice. li radar liet
Cti:lintloti, I injure e.;u, fain
ill lite slimil.l?r) ' 1s7:im-sj o( lic
Client, Ulzziiia. tir tiuctiuiuna
of ? Mniiint IJ.i'l t.ic In
nuntli, ttiliou-a ntt irk. I'ufn lu
r' (! ol tiliSnrj liitrrar! Irrr r,
flloat-e;l furling u'xxit Miinilirh,
Uuia Rlooii f Ilc-nd. Ilicia Col.
or.il I rim. ( nuciubility and
Gloomy larrbo lliua, take Ur.
ftrrre'n Pic iaul I'lirsjMtlwv Hell.-ts.
Inexlan i ion -f Uu rimodiul p wrt of my i'nr--ativd
I cik- s over ro preot a varii-ty of dicmrs.
I wWiIiimyI ui t'i'lr rMioa upon the
uulmal i ronnuiT nulvrra .1, not a
liliiuJ or liuue or.pin tiit-ir annas
Iru.r. e. A;o dura not lu:ir them:
their su:r r'-rm.iinr aiid beicr enc!od tn ia,a
b. iulr p t? ervo their virtues aniin;iciri-(l l:r anv
lenih of l'uir lit tiny climate, so Uiat th.y aro al
wsv frin'i and r liahle. hich la not the ea-e
w ith t j ; ''' I ni,d in the druc stun s, pi-.t tip in
cist's? wo -1 rr iaTe-loard boies. fi-cui'i-rt tit
f.irsil ''. !- w'"-re a Laxntlsr, AlirT
tire) or fu"aliv Is IndieaKtl, th-e l:u!c
I'c-il-ta v i five IM utor-t perfect ral.i-lu-it u to
all who u.: l-tui.
Tliry rrj roll b7 all ritl'rrrlaiu;
Dougisis ut areuUu botilc.
Po rr-t a'low siy t'nrpr'.st to infnee e-a to
take anjihiiu eVo t':at ia may si y is Jut a
p-Mi-l as tuy re!l"ts lirauie he makes a I
pn1t en tut v.U.eh h r-.-enaimi iics If j -nr
ern -t ran--t them, euch to 1 c.n s
sjil r..:c:te fitn I r retnrti mail from
j:. V VI JSCJS, M. D , Pr-p'r.
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.
To the I-Jidicf.
TRY OXE OF j
Uless fc Drake's j
Improveil Pati-nt Sclf-Hcnlini? j
Smoothing Irons, j
AVl.h h Is Cist liecoinlr.it aunlrerralfimiritetl.rooirh-'
i out the country. !
! This Iron ecmtril utes its full share tiiwar.la eon-1
' omy In domestic lite, and Is well worth the alL-ii- I
I tion of every housekeeper. It is heeled simply by :
I a tire insi.le, like an ordinary stove. They are of !
1 dlll.-rrnt sizes, weixhinir from live to eiicht pounls. j
! It snvis one-third the time -an Ironlnir is dune with
i mm h less fatixue no danxer of sinnttin the
1 ebithes, ami when irocle they have a much better
It len.ls to the Inner a (treat deirree of comfort,
since, hy the use ol IL hot roimi are av.ddel. and
the person is not subjeoled to the almost inMUtluro
tlc ficat of a stove it Ittniace in warm weath-r.
A sutlteirnt proof of the s:ttifactlon which It
ivcs. and the favor with which It Is received, is the
already larire and still Incrcasin demand lir it.
and which tells how fast it la coming into peDerul
usk thromrhout the conntry.
Not onlv are the virtues "of the p.n aptireclated
at home, fut the true worth of it is bcconiitnrso ap
parent everyhere. that thousands of them are now
licin sold to rar inns f.rrclpn countries.
Such Is the oaitidunce of the manufacturers Id
the excellency of this iron, that tlicy say it only
needs a trial to prove itself valuable to evefy house
keeper, and wewarrantthem to ive satislisctiou if
the directions are tuny ol'served.
4-.Vo raaaoe of Iron it required! OXEbein
all that is necessary for a family, as tt can tie kept j
costantly hot while In use, and old rcpuiring
I Om Cdnrs Wort, of Cteal for an IromiLS. j
I '-IwculJ n.H be without this Iron firW. If leould ,
I not tret another." is the exrlainatirn ol those who
use the litele wonder. I
TRY IT! TRY IT! j
J-fu.7 direcliot encloted ia each iron.
For sale hy
FRANK II. SVFALL,
Auicust IS'.h, lSTi SrucrM. Pa.
a. r. KKlat.
J. tl. I.IVKMKMIII.
JEIM & LIVEXGOOD,
SALISfiUIlY' ELK LICK, I'. 0.
Son cbs lt Cor.tTV, PaNS'a.
Drafts th.uifht ami a:M, and colrcctl-ms made on ;
all parts of the countrv. I
interest allowed on time dc;aisits.
Sierial arranirnients wiih Ouanllnns ami obcrs
who hidd moneys iu trust. Jan 17 Ti
Jii. itiuu.1 a v "..
BITTER COMMISSIOX XF.BCII1TS
EXCHANGE PLACE. HALTIMOUE.
Utieral cash advances na
returns initurtly nude.
SCHMERTZ cf- CO.,!
'Wholesale Manufacturers and Dealers In
BOOTS & SHOES,
.V31 Fifth Avenue, Bock Block,
W. C 8CIIUECTZ, T. A. KAJtMERKa, . v. MM.Yi.ia.
MannfuctunTS of Ladles Misses and fhildrcns'
Sewed Shoes; also, Aarrnts for tbe sale of YYai.k
kk's Boots. S-it4-iil
Has for sale for the season of IST'J,
: WITH OH WITHOUT
Host PERFECT and Durable Drill
Nuw In the tnarkot.
It will I to tha Interest of Farmers) to call ami
see It at his fana-bous In Somerset, before pur
chasing any other. aosf.7.
For Patalogups. terms, and references, address
HEV. JOSKFH WAl'UH,
auirU Ira Ilollidayslmrg, l'a.
Loot and Short.
JJOOTH AXI) SHOES.
Harry C l?orii'i
Rpaprt folly InriTTiir tlie elt!m of '..Hvrael aivl
tha politic generally, that he liaa jnt n-pleniatietl
NEW SHOE STOP.K,
In the New Building on Main Cross
W ITlt A
SI'LENDID STOCK OF (iOODS
Bonicht In the Kraiem elth aat tb h.w rh Trlrr.
anil i.pfMkr.nwt ! liimitl. il..i:Ji...;k.r...
! "J1 u fnM';,rr1 lumiah the tt.Uie wiih err-
"-IHK lwria.lllll l 111 III M U'llia.i.
AT VLKY l,llV 1'KJf LS
He will ki-ep cototaiii'y on hnn.l aud ir prepar
ed to make to ordt r on abort nutirr,
Men, Worncn and Children,
Vfrtwime t-Vf-rv Hue r Fr-t rl.w if.,'- in n
rial an. w.rkm;MinhtA. ir.m th- iji.v -'i -t u
l"".- lreu.1 hnatf iii. i .f - w.ii i; fun
Hl'SKIX OF CALF.
AXI) LASTIXO MATERIALS.'
And of the mrwt f i?hi inatilc ty! .
if '"""f Bt " 1 'Ve MtkHilrtloB to
all who may irive him a rail.
He Is ale., prepare-! to lurni-li h.Hu,rk-r- wl-h
a eouilete ai-sor: im-nt of
Lasts and Shoe Findings
prhVs1'0 ki"' r'Ul' h I'""1'Ut the IuW' .-lh j
sr All kinds of n-iatirinr di.neon sl.i.rt notiee.
Me hois l.y kctpluif a larire aixl ir.d stoek. l.v I
ell Ins; at the low.-st p.nil,Ie prW,, and bv Ui'r !
dealmir- and strl.-t attei.ii.Hi to hasinr, to reV-eive '
alitierslahareot )ublie lettn nac. I
apr. 8, ;.j-tf. u c KEi;K1Ts.
V. DAVIS A HKOS
Grocery and Confectionery,
-ulti1'."' i"r,,rrn ih" I-d of this rommu
Blty that we have pttrt-hasnl the tlr.-rv and Cm-
tj , . ' "" aPIr. I.-,.. . i..,.iie the
Harriet H.,u nnd hare made Taiiml Av addithma
to the already fin,, storkof .is. U t sell all the I
best brands of
K1CE, S VII ITS, !
FISH. SALT. !
1'IIIKD AXI) CAXXI.D FKl ITS.
f'OALOII TOBACt'O, CitlAKS.
SX IFF. BROOMS.
BI't.'K ETS, TrilS.Ssci
All kinds Frem h and rutnuu n
CAXDIrS, XT TS. CRAt'KEES. j
FATt Y CAKES, PERFOIEKV, j
AXI) TOILET ARTICLES. !
C )M I!S, I! H I S II ES, Sf ) A P, y. j
Also an assortment of Toys, ax., St the Utile !
It you want anytiiht In the f!ncrran.I Coo- i
(ccli-UK ry liue call at "
Davis' Cheap Grocery, j
OPPOSITE THE I1ARXET HOl sn.
HATS AND CAPS,
Leather and Shoe Findings.
J. jsf. aZiiiaUicnaau
Takes plrasnre la callinir the attention of therit- '
iaensol S.nuers:t ami vicinity to the fact that he '
has opened a store In his rcileni'en I iiUmi street. !
where I It- re will always be kct on hand a com
plete aesortment of '
Boots and Shoes,
Of Eastern and home manufacture,
well assorted stick of
a lare ami
And a Krcal variety of
Lentil or am! Shoo Finding?
Of afl kinds.
There is also attached to the store a
CUSTOM-MADK BOOT ,
With X. B. SXY DF.R as culler an I fitter which
; akaie is a suthcirnt xuarxnti that nil work made
' U iu tlie shop will not uily tit the lect of cu. - tum -
, ers t'Ut that only the bvt uiV.cri.il will be usnl i
W ill b euitdove.1. The iul.lh) are resoectfullv
I tnviird to end and exumine his stwk. ''
, s-i., Tl. " j
OR SALE AT
t'sailst flct..)ier. ISTi uJ0 1st Januarr, 1S7J, )lVX) i
1st April, li:x aud .VJ a year tht-realtt-r, I
A Farm of 229 Acres,
Haclnir two Xcw Houses. Jcw Hank Barn, nl
lirrhanl and Siiarar t "amn, well tlmherr.1 and well
hnnniCMl. within hilf MiilM ij ,.th V...k l?.ll.
I'tscsslon 1st April, 1STX
Oood paper will ) taken for the first two pay
ments. I'osscsskiti for euttina; Haulier given as soon as
(l.tiou Is puiil.
W. J. BAKR.
Somerset, May g, Ti
ob r auBxa-rs.
XO. 2 W 5LVLX STKEET,
We sell Drafts ncirotlable In all parts oMhe fnl
tcl States ami Oatudas, ami In Foreign countries.
Huy t..ld. t'oup.His and Uoverutucnt lhawls at
highest market prices. Lnaa money on approved
security. Urafts ami I 'berks iwi other hanks cash- i
e.1. Money rceeKed on deposit patahleou demaul !
Intered at the rate of Six per tent, per
A nnum paid on Time DejWfits. i
Everything In tha Banking Una receives our j
1 prompt attention. I
Thankful to our friends and customers for their
past patmnaKa, w. solicit a auntlonanew of th. ;
same, and Invite others who have business In oar
Una to give us a trial, assuring all. that we shall at
all times do all wa can to give entire satisfaction.
I'eb n T JOHN D1BKU T a iXA
r. r. anuAiK.
V. V. II IIOAI..S k
Keapoctfully announce U, the fqi.n, (
Of. their arruea-rjr lu th h.,Bt ,
. Hag hoaae ld Ijr oerajiieil , w
WaIiliit-t4i 4rl, an-t an
fraah raj'.lea of erythlnv In u
lAur fHre up a r.
- ' ,rurj
j hurt quali.T. V.'e iriil Imr.-r t
kry JI tbe Ik -it br.Jtfls of
i'OVr TtA, SfUAK, RlrK
j MOLVS5LH, IIAKIVi li,
j SUVA, !MiOo.
II In a
A LI. KIXDS
FKEXl'H a. ft i.M.Md.N
C . I ) j j ;
- Vf'TV AT 1 IT1XTK
' -H -ki. Jt
a: a ckeiis,
SCO AH JCULLi
CL'KEMBKa THZ TL K
IX 1! AS EM EXT t IF Til E LATE 1
:Ei;inr - .
V. J. BAER. ESQ.
Xot. 15. Tl It.
TUT HIGHEST MARKET Pkl E Ti:.
ALL KISDS OF COISTRY fHJr;
KEIM k CO.,
Sl tX ESSl IKS Tt) STVTZM IN A Zl
Kelt lt-itv.' t.i s.iy to ill frr.in an-i ti.. Pi -'
they will cotirlii'ne to !npply wha!ev.-r v
their line by Farmer. Builders. ll,.iiris
'arjienlcrs. I!lj ksmiths. Aliuers. Mi-.tr-.
Iteriatu aud Manuiacturcrs arenerully.
FOK COOKIXO AXD IIE.C
Of the Bi.t desirable kinds, whk h haver
yet. failed to cive entire sat is tact Ion, art
Wept on hand.
H the ViirUm pxttrnu- N?t i.bpte-1 to fi
I of our FnmT!t. warn-nted U ir.vr futi'
j The Urtff &umier a 1 rri y in ttiru'i--!
ami the -v-lt- hiHi crun and a : .:
iujf lU-rminJ, aro a fui&unt jruarar.tr "
t Fur llininjr. I.utulicrinir. Railroad Ho:! i
j at the most aiipvel)ttrm. aud It?-. '
I made to order on abort notice.
i (J BIST VX1 S VU MILL H'
ANTI FKICTION KKLIXK."1
IRlX RAILl.N'i, BALfOXlKS. Hf 4"
I window and Door.
Direct, and the -rarker v
For all tha different Flows uad in tl"-' '1
We an th. authorised agents Rr
Sl'EAK'ai ANTI-Ul'ST PAKU'R
In this county.
Wa sell, at manufacturers" prir.
Til E STRAOVE MOWER.
THE KISSEL REArEK AM5"
THE BEST STEEL rUV
And Agricultural Iraplanaeats gao'1'
Wa hope to merit a eunttauanes "V
i wu kll'CI nil I EauuMw -
Our prices w
ill be fair and our terra. - flr'
' " 6
Jan. 10, Tl.