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r.0rrt mf Eiertrlr-ltjr Milk.
Mr. X. A. Willard, of New York, in liis xMross ln ftire the Northwest ern Dairyman's Association, gave the following interosiinjr facts: Mr. Andrew Cross, the u lcerated Knplish fxpcrimentrr, considered that the roots and loaves of iilant were in oositc states of electricity. Some of hia eXKTiiuents in this direction are very interesting. He cut two liramlii's from a rose tree. TIh'V were as nearly alike as jMissihle, with the fame iiuiii'mt of buds, and hotli filially blown. A n arrangement was made by which a negative current of electricity was passed through one, and a positive current through the other. In a few hours the negative rose dr.x)H-d and died", but the posi tive continued its freshness for nearly a fortnight; the rose itself lceanie lull blown, and the buds expanded and survived an unusual length of time. Again, he was able to keep mill swtft for threw weeks in the hottest weather of summer, by the application of a current of positive electricity. On one occasion he kept fishes un der the electric action for three months, and at the end of that they were sent to a friend, whose domestic knew nothing of the experiment. Ieforc the cook dressed tlfjg, her master asked her whether she thought they were fresh, as he had some doubt, She replied that she was sure they were fresh ; indeed, she would swear that they were alive yesterday. When served at the table they appeared like ordinary fish, but when the family at tempted to eat them, they were found to le perfectly tascless; the electric action had taken away all the essen tial oil, leaving the fish unfit for food. However, the process is exceedingly useful for keeping fish, meets, etc., fresh and good for ten days or a fort night Now, this is consistent with our observation and the facts known to everv one in the habit of handling milk. When the condition of the at mosphere is in a negative electrical state, or shows a deficiency of posi tive electricity, a state of weather which we designate as sultry, close, muggy, and the like, there is always difficulty in kecpingmilksound. Even in good, healthy weather, the fungus germs common to all milk increase and multiply with great rapidity, pro ducing the common lactic acid fer mentation or souring of the fluid ; but in case fungi from decomposing ani mal or vegetable matter come in con tact with the milk, rapid decomposi tion takes place, and we have rotten milk, putrid odors, and floating curds. The exposing of such curds to theat- niostphere as well as the aeration of milk to improve its condition are both philosophical, lveoaiisc these minute organisms of fungi are affected by the oxygen of the air, which checks their development and multiplication. The influences of electrical action is a question entirely new to the dairy public, but it is one concerning which I think some useful suggestions pre sent themselves for our consideration. When the electrical equilibrium is disturbed, or when the state of at mosphere indicate a preponderance of negative electricity, we are made aware of the fact by itsdepressing in fluences. At such times it is import ant that we take more than ordinary care in the handling of milk; that it lie kept out of harmful odors; that at tention le given to its aeration and such treatment be given it as shall lie inimical to the growth and develop ment of fungi. And again, the fact that milk may be kept sweet a long time in hot weather by electrical ac tion will offer a very important sug gestion to inventors in the preserva tion of milk, and perhaps in the im provement of cheese factories. I lieve that we are only on the thres hold of the cheese making art, and that na we liccome liettcr acquainted with the law? of nature and their fi'r plicaiion, great progress is yet to be made in every branch of dairy lius bandrv. Urplelioa ef Soil. After the careful studv of the sub ject the writer estimated the loss of fertilitv in one hundred million acre of laud in the United States in conse quence of defective husbandry and i m proper tillage, as equal to an aver age loss of ten dollars per acre be ing an aggregate of one thousand million dollars. This was in a report made to Congress in 1849, from the Agricultural Department. Since that time the undcrsijned has investigated the turned out old fields and agricultural of the South ern States patiently; if not thorough ly, over twenty years, ami he feds confident that there are two hundred millions acres (about half in old fields and half uuder fence) in the Union, which arc depleted to t!e extent at least of ten dollar injury to the acre, on a fair average. In other words, our landed estate is really poorer than nature made it by two thousand million dollars. If we cease to do this evil in the future, and learn to do well, this damage may soon lie re paired ; but if we continue to follow the bad example of Persia from the days of her greatest agricultural de velopment when she fed and clothed vast. armies to conquer the world, beside feeling and clothing all the working farmers and mechanics at home, we too. in the future shall die by hundreds of thousands from star vation, precisely a the Persians hav died within a year. iod is no respecter of jhtsohs. He punishes nations in this world for their sins, for they have no public souls to exist in the next. The natural laws that govern the fruitful ness of a 11 til led ground, mead ow and pastures, are the same every where. Let us study them. Why did the Incas of Peru decree tluit death should lie the punishment of any one who should kill one or the guano birds, whether it should lie on land or water f Hccause a great moral principle rests on the necessity of feeding the soil that f-cds man kind. In the absence of this stern necessity, no such decree would have licen published or rcsjected. Arc our Christian consciences less enlight ened, or less oU'dicnt to the laws of the Divinity that made us and the ground we cultivate, than the heath en consciences of the atiorigincs of iu!s comment: It strikes me that we disgrace our moral not less than our intellectual culture as a nation of reading and ed ucated farmers. A nation mav know its duty and do it not What then? It must 6uffer tho wrath of Him who made the universe. Country Gentle itian. Two newly invented words have recently made their appearance "ad ditionablc" and 'paragrama." The for mcr was tided by Lord Granville, the British Secretary for Foreign affairs, in a speech in the House of Commons on the Alabama claims, and the lat ter is the invention of a San Francis co newspaper editor. How n rincLy .lrl Kmlllfrflf. The most infamous attempt to force into the ranks of vice an honest young girl came to ournoticeyestcrdav.says a liurlington, Iowa, paper. The vic tim of tho outrage was in town en deavoring to make her way back to her friends. From herstory.whieh is n straight forward one, it appear that she left her home in l'eoria. 111., last Satur dav morning, intending to go to Chi cago, to obtain work. At the denit in l'eoria she was accosted by an el derly woman, and asked whither she was travelling. On her reply the stranger expressed great satisfaction, stating that she was also on her way to Chicago, but was obliged to go to l.urlingtou first, to visit her husband, and suirsrestcd that the girl should accompany her here. This she refus ed to do. Hut, afterward, on the rep resentation that her fare to Chicago would not lie greater, aud that she would have two hours time at Hurling-! ton. and still catch the right train at Chicago, she agreed to go. She went back to her home for her satchel ; and on her return to the depot, found th.1t her newly formed friend had checked her trunk and liought her a tic ket to liurlington ; she asked for the check, and proposed to pay for her ticket : but the generous old lady said the check was with lots of her other things in her bag, and the ticket could be paid for after they reached liurl ington. When the train stopjH-d at the switch telegraph office, in East liurlington, Iowa, they left the cars, the girl lieing told she was in liurl ington. She was conducted to the "gun boat" which lies under the shel tering edge of the Illinois shore. The Saturday night orgies which were going on convinced her, in a moment, of the character of the place she was then in, and she made an im mediate effort to esoae. This, however, she was prevented from do ing by force, Ruth spunk and en treatv were of no avail. At twelve the company broke up, and the girl was forced into one of the rooms of the house and locked in. She was shortly followed by a man, who lock en the door and pocketed the key. living very drunk, he sat down and fell asleep, when she took the key from his pocket, released herself from the room, and the household having retired, she managed to escajie from the liont. All night she wandered in the woods. At daylight she found her way to the bridge and told her story to one of the watchmen, who took her to his own house in liurling ton. 1 1 is family cared for her until yesterday, when she made an attempt to regain her home. Her storv gain ed the sympathy of the railroad offic ials, ami she left last night for IVoria. (ronn-up assail. What is the doll wife but a toy to her husband? an expensive one, loo at times, and surely never satisfac tory! lie buys her as a thing to play with, to amuse himself by dress ing in dainty attire, to take pleasure in hanging alxiut "vith chains and necklaces, in showing off to his friends as his latest acquisition his live doll, his pretty pupjiet that laughs and talks and dances and coquettes just as well as if she had a reasona ble amount of brains- licucath her chignon ; a thing he callj by his own name, and lalicls wife, but who is only his plaything and his toy, when all is done. He gives her no confi dence, makes her no companion ; he would as soon think of trllinjr his griefs to his favorite setter as of tell ing thein to her, and Jocko in the sta ble yonder has as much share in his dcciier thoughts as she. But she is his wife; and names are respectable. And what she is to her husband, so is her baby to her. Many a woman knows no more of the value of ma ternity than is to Ik found in the sim ple amusement which a baby affords. It is her doll a thing for which to devise pretty frocks and hoods and cloaks,, and horribly incouvenience the poor little thing in the wearing thereof; a thing to dandle ami kiss and delight to make crow and kick, to look with admiration at its dimpled little feet, to wonder at the aimless foolishness of its eternally clutching hands, to talk nonsense to and make laugh. Hut when it cries, when it is ill, when it is naughty, it is a nui sance. Then the toy, though not broken, will not lie cherished; though baby will not lie ill-treated some times, however, if the doll mother is of a jwtulant nature, the doll baby will get a slap or a shake by the way of a philosophical reminder of vir tuous behavior yet it will he sent up stairs to nurse, to be produced again only when it is in better play ing condition, and not troublesome or annoying. All this is very 'nice, no doubt; aud one likes to look, as on a picture, at the pretty little mother with her prettv little babv the Doran woman of sweet nature and no kind of sense; two babies together of dif ferent stages of development, but lxitli babies; but when it comes to the grave realities of life, then our doll is of no avail, and the wisdom of making mothers of such life giving children to lie trained and educated by children is one that is' open to serious question. Still,' while men like live dolls in the place of women, the supply -will Jm kept up; and, while girls are not abie to unite the sweetness and playfulness of the child to tlie sense and ' wisdom of me woman, mere win sun lie tins wide division between dolls and dowdies, babies aud grim females, "sillies' and strong-minded women, as it exists now. The First Forced Dank Xote. I Sixty-four years after .the er4abli.li ment of the Hank of England, the first forged note1 was presented for payment, and to Kit-Lard William Vaughn, a Stafford linen draper, be longs the melancholy celebrity of having led the van in this new phase of crime, in the year 175S. The re cords of his life do not show want, beggary or starvation urging him, but a pimple desire to seem greater than he wax. I'y one of the arrfsts em ployed (and there were Feveral en gaged on different parts of the notes) the discovery was made. The crim inal had filled up to the miniW of twenty and deposited them in thc hands of a young lady to whom he i wax auacncu, as aprooi 01 nisweaiin. There is no calculating how much longer bank notes might have licen free from imitation had thin man not ! shown with what lase they might lie! counterfeited. From this period forg- j ea notes lieea me common. Jlis exe cution did not deter others from the offence, and many a neck was forfeit ed to the halter liefore the late aboli tion of capital punishment for that crime. If j-ou cannot places fountain by the roadside, you may be able to mend the leaky'cup out of which the traveler drinks. It need not be a great thing; he who gives a cup of cold water to a disciple has a promise of reward as surely as if he had pre pared a great feast. Spurgeon. I Anrrtlotcs of fablls" Men. BY COL. J. W. FOIINKY. Henry Wilson, our candidate for Vice President, is a fine example of the effect of free institutions upon the struggling youth of America, and also a proof" of the practical consist ency of the Republican party. I have known him well for seventeen vcars. Twclve.monlhs younger than Mr. Sumner, he has always l"8 friend, even when compelled to differ from him. Wilson is one of the men who wear well. Time and trial im prove and ripen them. No day pass es that they do not learn something. I met him while presiding over the House of Representatives in the storm v session of 1853-50, and had a chance to study his character. Hesaw that the time was coining when Dem ocrats like himself would be compel led to choose between liberty and slavery, aud his anxiety to secure such a reinforcement to his party was shown in hi kindness to and confi dence in that brave and earnest body of men. And when the storm broke, in 1858, and Buchanan sought to force the Ijccompton constitution up on Kansas, Henry Wilson threw him self with especial fervor among the revolting Democrats. He consulted with us and encouraged us; he trav eled far and near to effect co-ojtera-tion and organization; and when my name was presented for clerk of the House, in 1859, he insisted that 1 should be elected without pledges. These had been demanded bv some of the- more violent Republicans, and sternly refused. I did not ask for the placc. and would not have touched it if it had interfered with my inde pendence as editor of the Press. Wilson declared that I was right, and with the aid of Charles Francis Ad ams, John Hickman, and John Schwartz, we organized the House, and soon after the anti-I-ieeompton Democrats constituted a resistless Re publican reserve. Henrv Wilson is a suiM-rU organizer. His temperate life and high principles, his fine health and strong convictions, his knowledge of the prejudices and wants of men, made him a great power against the rebellion, as well in the army as at the head of the Committee" on Mili tary Afliairs. TJie amount of work he jH-rformed was prodigious. He was a real break-of-daj man a sleep less, untiring, and unmurmuring pa triot. A little too impulsive, perhaps, his is one of the truest of hearts warm, generous and forgiving. His frugal habits accord with his strict integrity, lie is inexpensive in hi tastes and desires, and lives among his books and friends. He visits a great deal, and reads much. Active aud quick, regularly in his t-eat in the Senate, be is often seen on the ave nue and in society, though he never touches wine or cijrars. He is a thor ough common-sense man, and a natu ral mediun lict ween quarelling friends His blows arc for the enemv; his for trivene.xs for his associates. He hates corruption as he hated slavery, and he will go far to punish a faithless trustee. Such is our candidate for Vice President. Is he not an argu ment in himself? Especially so when we reflect that the man worked for the lowest wages as a boy on a farm, and begau to learn shocniaking when he was twentv-onc years of age . rritkt Dot tm Prra. Not less than 500,000 people in Peru, it is estimated, observe as manv as fiftv feast davs annually. Fifty timesViOO.OOO aro 25,000,000. This, then, is the number of davs actually subtracted from the lalxir value of the country in one veur in this way. If each one of these days represents but the value of a single real in lalior, the loss in the aggregate for one year alone to the. material wealth of the country amounts to the large sum of 2.500,000 soles ! But when we con sider that the above computation tells but half the story that probably more than three times that number of days are wasted upon unnecessary and oftentimes unmeaning feast days the truth liecomes imposing. Enough of time is yearly expended in feast days in Peru to build a first-class rail way every five years. Cation and Lima Gazette. Renrraption. The Sixth judicial district of South Carolina includes the worst Ku-Klux counties those, of ChcFtcr, Union, Fairfield and Lancaster. Judge Mack-c-, who presides over this circuit, de clares that the records tdiow that dur ing the last three years 408 whites aud fC colored parsons have lKcn murdered by the Ku-Klux, and in almost every case for their Republi can opinions. In that region there is not a white man, unidentified actively with the obnoxious party, who has not liecn enrolled in the Ku-Klux organization; no mechanic could obtain employ ment there; no farmer obtain credit from the storekeeper on his growing crops, uuless known to be in sympa thy with this organized Thuggery. The large body of the more ignorant were induced to join by lieing told that kindred organizations existed in the North, designed to keep the "nig gers" down and destroy the Radicals. The reign of Terror thus created has licen broken by the operation of the Ku-Klux law. To-day the judicial authoriticsof that district are confi- dent in their abilitv to maintain the law and protect the citizens, and that too, by the aid of the white people themselves emancipated from the despotism which was organized by midnight terror. ; ; ) ;.. liEARi.Kii Wheat Straw Pax :f.roi.s to Stock. A frairie Far mer correspondent writes: It has been discovered that when Ptock has had free access to liearcd wheat Ftraw, that the beards have worked around the lip and gums, causing pwelling, ulceration and loosening of the teeth. A neighbor tells me that he discovered in the forepart of the winter his phcep were not doing well, and upon examination found their mouths ho much injured from this cause that he has been Unable to bring them up to good condition pince. . Another neighbor loft a val uable colt from the panic cause. A farrier was called, in this in stance, as soon as an- difficulty was discovered, but too late. He Paid he j,a1 Vie PI'""1" of S choked, "'V'10 ..wner, Inslstod that the colt " " w waicr, ana phcllcd corn, and he did not contn'der choking possible. Upon opening the colt after death it was found that beards had collected, forming quite a massive ball, near the entrance to the body, and beards had worked off into the throat pipe, causing inflammation and ulceration to such an extent as to cause death. Ujion comparing notes we arc satisfied that this has been a source of much damage to stock heretofore unaccountable. Reference is made to several cases where stock has died or been damaged, and which now seems plainly to have been caus ed by wheat beards. Xothlns- Half ooWwert la Ut. Nineteen to-dav and I'm too happy to live ! How lovely the park lookc'd to-dav. How gracefully the! swan swam on the lake, and how the vellow dandelions lifted up their yel-! low faces and smiled. Albert dear Albert, passed mam ma and I. and bowed so gracefully! Mamma frowned at him.. O, dear! I am not quite so happy. Last night was my first call, ami llicrt was there. Four times he came and I let him put his name on my card then mamma frowned sav agely. She said I ought to be ashamed to waste "my time with a poor fellow like Albert Sinclair. Then she brought up old Thompson, that' horrid rich old widower, and I. had to scratch Albert's name off. When Albert saw me dancing with Thomp son the color came to his cheeks and he only just touched tliu ends of my fingers, and it is worth more than old Thompson's right arm. How stupid ly old Thompson talked, but mamma smiled all the time. Once she tinned inc on the shoul der and 6aid. in low, harsh voice, "be agreeable, Lirzic, for Mr. Thomp son is a great catch.? Then Thompson,-the rtnpitf old fool, tried to talk like the young felKws. He told me I looked "stunning," said the ball was a swell affair, and then asked mo to ride up to ihe park in a four-horse drag. ' Bah! mother says I must go, but O, dear, I'd rather walk two blocks with Albert than ride in a chariot with old dyed whiskers. After supper such an event took place. Alla'rt joined me, ami after a lovely waltz we wanderetOnto the conservatory and had a nice confiden tial chat together. It is wonderful how we lioth like the same things. He admires the beautiful moon so do I. I love the beautiful stars, and so docs he. We both like to look out of the open window, and we liolh like to be near each other that is, I know I do. AlU-rt dotes on Ixuig fellow, and O, don't 1 ! I like Poe, and so docs Albert, and the little teurs fairly started (but Albert didn't sec them) when he repeated softly in lin ear '-For the nhsm never lieains without lrlni;Ini nic dreams Of my beautiful Annaliel Lee: Awl t ho stars never rise hut 1 feel the bright eyes OI uiy beautiful Annabel Lee." And a good deal more, besides, about love and the sounding sea. What a nice sensible talk Albert and I had. First we began talkiug aliout the- soul how destiny some times iKiund two souls together by an invisible chain. Then we considered the mission of man and woman upon the earth how they ought to com fort and support each other in sick ness and in health. And then Albert quite startled me by asking if I had ever cared for any one? And when I said "yes papa and mamma," he laughed and said he did not mean them, and then I felt quite hurt, and the tears would come into my eyes, for I do love mamma even if she does make me dance with that horrid old Thompson, with his dyed whiskers. Then Albert leaned his face- toward mine. I felt his mustache almost touched mi as he whispered such nice words in uiy ear. He told me how he had longed for an opportuni ty to speak to me alone how and then I was so happy, for I knew he was going to say something very nice indeed when in a, with that dreadful old widower, came along and inter rupted us. "Come, Lizzie, you go with Mr. Thompson, for I. Avant to present Mr. Sinclair to Miss Brown aud then ma O dear, she took Al lien and presented him to the girl that 1 hate worst of anybody m school. I didn't see Albert again, ! for when he came around, ma said, "Lizzie, it looks horrible to be seen dancing with Albert Sinclair all the evening. ' You ought to lie ashamed of yourself." O dear, I look like a fright I know I do, but I hope I shall look In-tter when I sec Albert on the avenue to morrow. Let's see, I wonder if he won't write to me? Hut I'll see him when ho walks up from business to night maybe. Aa I Battle View of Cincinnati. Judge Mac-key, of South Carolina, a noted Unionist, whose eloquence is equal to his personal courage, tells the following good story of how one oi u. oratz brown s agents was re ceived by Governor Orr, of Colum bia, South Carolina: Rrown, who at present is the tail of the Lilieral ticket, was ambitious to be its head,. Douan, of the Lex ington Caucasian, had nailed lirown to his masthead as candidate for Pres ident It Sred the ambition of IJrown, and being an old wire-puller, he set to work to pack the Cincinnati con vention with delegates of the lirown ptripe. One of his secret agents, Captain Cclous 1 Price, dropped his carpet-bag in Columbia, and after re freshing himself w ith a straight Dem ocratic horn, he sought out Governor Orr, as being . jut the man he want- i ed to work up the delegation he was ; after, lie met the Governor, made I known bis mission, and received an answer which caused him to suspect 'that' he had waked the wrong cus- tomcr, said the Governor as he fixed niB Keen rye on lirown s yonng man : "Sir, I cannot join you in this move ment, I am a Republican, and as such believe that the Republican party will and ought to continue to govern the country through all time. But I have great respect forthc mem ory of your father (General Sterling Price) and-would not like to sere you fail in your mission. Although I cannot aid you, I will take you to the hotel and introduce you to some friends of mine who w ill lie d d fools enough to join in the movement for Gratz Brown. I have known them for thirty years and have known them always to boon thewrongside." The introduction was given; the d d fools were obtained, but Brown fail ed in his effort t get the first seat. Honest old Greeley had the inside track, and by way of compromise, Gratz was allowed the second choice The new Japanese gold coins which have just been issued from dies struck for them at the Philadelphia mint, aro nine-lenths line, and three tenths of one per cent, light weight of our new coin. A complete set will bo presented to the Treasurer of the United States, for deposit in the cabi net or tho Philadelphia mint. The bank note plates for their new circula ting paper currency are just comple ted by the skilled workmen of the United States Bank Xote Company, and are said to be the liest specimens of banknote engraving ever seen. A patent is now being worked by Which leather for tho sides of boots and shoes is rendered impervious to wet and damp, by exhausting the air from the pores of leather, and filling them up with a substance which unites with and adheres to the fibre, strengthening without impairing the elasticity of the material. A seamstress' exclaimation a-hem a-hem. MiserlltiHCOU. R R R- BADYAY'S READY "RELIEF . CERES THTt WORST TAISH iti from One to Twenty Mlnutos. NOT ONE HOUR after reading aUveitiscnicni need any one sfirFKK WITH 1'AIM. RADWAY'S BEADY RV.LIF.F IS A CUF.E FOB fiVKKY 1AI ' Tt wt tin n aad - Tlic Only l'nlri Itomcxly thai luoanUr of tlia mo ricracUUne paint, allan liilunmaOoiM, and cbn Co"rwl'iiv Uer of tha Lung. Siotnaca, UewaU, w oumt (Inula in urgao. lT BfinSa OH TO TWEXTT MINUTE!', no maltar ho violent or umidallnir tlia Jala the HHEUMAT1U. B-rWil, InUnn, Crlpplnl, crvom, Haiualglc. at praetraUal ru UMaie may auffer, RADWAY'8 READY RELIEF WILL AVFOIin INSTANT FASE. ISTLAMMATION OF Tn E KII'NKYS. INFLAMMATION OK THB BLADDER. INFLAMMATION OF TUB BOWBI.S. OONOKSTIO OF TITK I.TTKGS. OU THKOAT, MflWjJ AET. BTSTEUICS. CUOUP. XsTLV HEADACHE, TOOr Hft EfJErJSIATISir COin CHILT.8, AOUK CHILLS. TuaappUcaiioaorUia Undy Urltrt loth part or parta when Uia pain vr Uittlcultjr uuu will atfunl aaaa Twellt'rdroP" In half a tomMr or walor will In a frw irwMa w t ctrraC K A W I SFArlVS, l VU JiToM AC1L HEAKTIUItTN KICK HKAIA llfc, lIAKKH.A, LlrBKNTBUr. CHlLIi;, WIND IX tUli UUrVUA and all INTERNAL FAISS. , , . TranUrra ahouU alw.pa earnr boW of Rat wav'a ILraay lUilef with llurm. A frw druj la aalcr 11 f tcr Uiua Franca Brandy or lllttera u a itliuukuit. ! FEVER AXD AGUE. I FEVEIt ASO AtiUE eurrd for liny eeuia. Thrr la IKaarennxllal ant In thiaworl thai wiu crrr. rv Aru.anali Ur Malarfcio liw, Swlrt. Ty plM.lil, Vellow, and MUn F.m W by KAOW AY S FILLS) ao quick a BAIIWAY UKAUX KfcLU.i. ul xuitwtu. Bold ly IWK HEALTH ! BEAUTY ! ! STRONG AND IU KR RICH VTatHSSU DR. RADWAY'S SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLVENT Tlllf llOlir rNIF.KOOF.S. UNOER THK IN M'ESieK OF "Mils TKL'LY WONDtUFLL MElllClNE. THAT Every Day an Increase In Flesh and Weight is Seen and Felt. THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. F.vary dran of Uie SA11SAF.VKILLIAN UESOLV KVr cnmtaunlasU'a Urirk Uia Hltud, Hwral, I'rlnc. aad other tuiiUana liilum Mho arilani Uia ji.rof life, fur It repaint Ilia wuli of lit: 11 y with new and aoutid liiattu-luL HiWula, r I'ltlli, Connulnptloo. Ulandutar tiUt-wte, Ulcer w lite 1 linial. Mould, l uniura. noors in tiie Olanda and otlicr -nrla f lha aystem. Sore Kyra. Ptrumoua llihnr a Ion lha fcirt, and Uia worrt f.iiia of 6k- dun-:-.. Knipliona. FeYr S.irc, Scald ll-d. Kin Wiirni, hall I Jifuui, tryalpclaa. Acne, Mac Worm! In IW KI.-.U. Tuition, Caneera In the W otuli, at, d all wi-akri.lu Mid . sinful diiKuarfea, Night hweala. Lnes of f ri. xad all wartra 1 Uia life ciiiict i.lt. are wHale the cwuilve r.t.e thia woader of Mod em Chemistry, m.4 a fiw dava aae will prove to any penon ualua: It fr elilirr of lacau forma of tfiacue lla bulMit liower tocurr tlicia. .... if the uallt-nt. dally Wcomlnr ruloewl by the mates and doconipoeiUon tlj-.t la rtnlinually ororrcuinr. ne reeda in arrrttlor: llune wa.lin. and rwalrs the auoie witi iu'w material mle fmm lu-.llliy blood and Uiia the SARSAI'AKILLI AN will ana iW e.-ure. N'ii oniydoee the SatrAeiLLiAa KwoLVrrrr excel ill known remedial afrMa In the cure of Chronic. Strofa. niK, ('unstitiltluiial, and Miiu diattuca ; but it la Ihe only ;ioiuve cure fur jtidnc)' &. IIlMtlder Complaints, l.-rinarr. and Womb dinentM, CJrrrcl. IilaUtci, Utopot, l..ipoire t Water, IikMii.ib of Trie llrlhfi Ui ee. Alhumlnurta. and in all cax-a where there are bri k dut desisil. or the water hi thick, ch.ndy, mixed with tiih-Aancea like the white of an ear. or threode like white ilk or there la a uurUJ, dark, bilhma appearance, and white Irfxie-duat tlepualla, and when there is a prlckinf, bnriilar raaetien whi n l u-liur w ater, and pain In Uio nta!t "f tiie Hek and alonjt the Lmua. l'liCtt, tixo. WORMS. The oily known acd sure Remedy f.ir U t'K J im. 2 dpt. tic. Tumor of 12 Ycnrti Crowtli - Cured by Rmlivny's Itcto!vcnt. Renair. Jaly 11, lata. !r RtawaT : I ha kd " Tmo la the earha and W. J.. All Uta Uoekm Mid " lhm h-lp fw R." I triad wry Uiiuir that u rcouiaim!"d ; b"t nothing helped me. I yum Kaaolveat, and inoaglil I 1J try U i bat kad ae faith ia ll. Uma.a I had aSarad la lwrle yean. I tank eiz keUlea a( Uia It awl tent, ajMknif Karli-ar'a FilU, and two ba tlat oi Ready Relief : and Uiaea U But a tijra of IMBur la aa taea ar felt, and 1 feel Belter, aotarter, and ka),ier than I km f.ie twelve yeara. The wnrtl tamor was la lha Uft aula ef the Bt-wala, aear lha eria. I write thia te Jim far the beaeat el .U-a, Vo. oaMtdl U If ck,-.. p DR. RADWAY'S PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS. perfectly Urtileaa, elegantly mated with sweet rnm, purge, reirulate, purify, eleanae, an 1 atrr:i.then. Kad wae'a Piiia. for the cure of all disorder of tho St'iroacn, Liver, Bowela. Kldneya, Bladder, Kerrous Diaraaea, lieaiiaCIie. 1 :onipaiioii iwmruie, inuijtmeiii. liyape eda, Itilinweueaa, bilious Fever, Inflammation of the Bnwria. Piieeadall I leranircmrnui oi me internal la cera. Warranted to effect a poeltlre cure. l"rWy Verela ble. containiiur no mercury, mineral, or deleterlooe dnir. gr Observe the following aynjcuims reauitinc from Hiaurdera of the Digestive Organs : OautipeUao, laward Pilea. Fallaaas ef the Blind ia the Read, Ardi!v af the SbMnark, Kaaaaa. ilaartbara. lliajaal ef loae, Kallaea ar Weieht hi the Slaoierk, boar Eractauaas, Sinking er ff'lutteniMi at tha Pit of lha Knanack, KwiatBuec af the Haid, tUrrWi aad IhAcall Braathing, rlattaring at Ike Heart. Ckokiag nr uif.aliiia Seaeatioaa ken la a Lying Poetara. Diaiaaaa af Vieiaa. fji or w'abs Before the ftMrbt, reeer and Dall Paia aa tk ll.4 IWtr ParoMaaliua. Yelevwaaaa af Ika Skla ad ka. Paai ia the Side, Cheat, Uia ha, and raddaa Flaakaa ei eieat. Haraiag ia tea lean. A few diewe of RAUWAVS PILLS will free the eye. em from all the al'vr named dieordcra. 1'rice, S cents ,tl. KH.I Pi UKlililllhlS. KKAD FAI.SK AMI TRL'E." Send on letter :a.npiu RAHVVAT A CO.. Ko. Maiden Lane, New V'.'rk. ltdortbatioa worth tiiwuaanda will be acnl you. 7 a. V Y h I SPOONS, SCISSORS, 1 tfAXES, SHOVELS, LOCKS.XVt U -eee W e i line olf. l Jrt. ICarperrter's, Blacksmith's, and I lllllficae laaiiai inwai i V4 AGRICULTURAL TOOLS, a a . .Of riiiH,f. ii.-rm i -e7-" j jnni mitmT. JOHS D SOBECT?, JOHN DI15KUT & CO., SO. 240 MAIN STREET, J O II X S T O W X , IE X X A We sell liraflK ncifnllalilc In all parts of the T'nl- tI St a lee ami f.an.!B, ami In l-nreluv cirtuiirlc.i. Iluv (hilil. t'liuinms nml tliiremint'rit Ibiml at liilii at market prlcon. Inan miiney on apiniveJ sea-univ. iintna anil "..necaa on outer iranaw caMi ctl. Munry received utitli-inwit imyaldcon diuian.l Interest ut the rale of Six per cent, per Ann urn paid on Tune Deposits. Kveryt'iK ln It:oitln Uno receives our pMrapt attt-nt it-n. Thankful to our frit-mis anil fur-tomcr for their pant patronairo, we nilirit a cuntinuam-w of the i.inie, ami invite others who have Lupine In orrr line tu irtve u a trial. aurinK all. that we shall at all time" ilo all we can t" irive entire sriti?faclii.n. FefiZVTe JOHN HlHbUT tx It I. QIKAKD HOI Sr; t-'ottXEU XlXTU AM) (.'HESTSrT Stuelts, 'I'll I Is A DKLririA II. W IIAXAGA, Feb H 71 I'MtirleUir. STAN DAM) AMKKICAN BILLIARD TABLES. Lver)(hln iertIiiiiig to UllllarJs itlnwest pricx-s, Illustrated Catalogue? sent by mail H. W. Collender, New York, Suceepsor to 1MI KLAN K t ILLEXDER, T038 UKOAUWAV. rr -- er-wf -r- m licorporate4 Ij Act of Leislatnr8. ' t : ' CAPITAL, .... $100,000 PET7ILEGE, . . . $500,000 Depositors secured by Seal Estate investnents exclusively. - ' Six Per Cent. Interest i (-it Paid to depositor! aa the compounding prinoipla. i-AHn(ion is directed to tht liberal pro ririoiM for trithdratring money deposited. J lean be done in email amount, W1TBOV1 XOTICX IIIOX TITS DtTPOSlTOJZ. All eommunieationt arill rwroira prompt reply. JAMES T. BRADY, Prctidenl DAVID CAMPBELL, Treasurer. MifcelhtHCoxw. Viraearar Blttera are riot a vile i ancr Drink. made of Font Rum, Whiskey, Proof Spirits and Refuse. Liquors, d.clorcd, spiced, and sweetened tn please the taste, called - I onics," " Appetisers," " Rcatorers," 4c , that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and nun, but are a true Medicine, aiade from the native roots and herbs of L'aliiornta, free from alt Alcoholic Stirtftlants. They are the Great lilood Purifier and a Life-givine Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorate af the System, carryin off all pen ar moos matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition, enriching it, rcfreahing and invigorating both mind and body. They are caay of administration, prompt in their action, eeetain in ihcii reanlts, safe and reliable in all forma of disease. 9fa Peraora can take tkrae Kilters accord ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or other means, and the vital organa wasted beyond tiie point of repair. Dyapapala or Inillsreatloss. Headache, Tain in tiie Shoulders, Concha, Tightnewi of tiie Cheat, Dir tiness, Sour Eructations of lite Stomach, bad Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, I anamination of lite Lunjea, Pain in the regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful ayrapiorna, are the ompringe of Dyspeiisia. In these complaints it has do equal, and one bottle will prove a better guarr anlee of its merits tlaan a lengthy advertisement. For sVcinrslv Complalutse m young or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Hitlers display so decided aa influence tliat a auiked improvement is soon percep tible. for Inflammatory- and rbrostlo Rheu matism and Oout, Dyspeiisia or Indigestion, Bilious, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers, liseasea of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bilters have beea most aucceaaful. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blond, which ia generally produced by derange ment of the Digestive Organs. Thor are a teen tie Prtrcatlve an well aa at Tonic possessing also tiie peculiar merit of acting as a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inftanw mation of the Liver and Visceral Orgaus, and iu Bilious Diacases. For 8k Ira Dlseaees, F.riiptions. Tetter, Salt Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car buncles, Ring-worms, Scald Head. Sore Lyes, Ery sipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Iiiscoloratioosof the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are literally dug up and carried nut of the system ia a short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle in auch cases will convince the most iucredulous of their curative effects. Cleanse Ihe Vltlaleil Itloail whenever vou find its impurities bursting through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it ob structed and sluggieh in tiie veios ; cleanse it when it is foul ; your fesltugs will tell yoa when. Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system will follow. Urate rul thoaaeatls proclaim Vinbca Rit Taas the most wonderful tuvigoraut that ever sustained the sinking system. Plnt Tape, anil other IVoriua. lurking ia the system of so many thousands, are effectually de stroyed and removed. Says a distinguished physiol ogist: There is scarcely an individual upon the face of the earth whose body ia exempt from the presence of worms. It is not upon the heathy elements of the body that worms exist, but upon tiie diseased humora and slimy deposits that breed these living monsters of disease. No system of Medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmm itics, will tree the system from worms like these Bit ters. Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged ia Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance in life, will be aabiect to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard against this take a dose of Walkm's Vixbgab Bittbbs once or twice a week, as a Preventive. Illlloue. Hera ll tent, and Intermittent Fevers, which are so prevalent in the valleys of our great rivers throughout the United States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois. Ten nessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Braros, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile. Savannah, Roan oke, lames, and many others, with their vast tributa ries, throughout our entire couutry during the Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons of unusual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied by extensive derangemeuts of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. There are alwaya more or less obstructions of the liver, a weakness and irritable state of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being dogged up with vitiated accumulations. (In their treat ment, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon these various orgaus, ia essentially necessary. There is no cathartic for the purpose equal to Da J. Walksb's Vinbgab Bittfbs, as tb'ey will speedily remove the dark-colored viscid mailer with which the bowels are loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring the bealtny functions of Ihe digestive organs. Scrofula, or Kind's F.vll, White Swellings. Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial Af fections, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes, etc., etc. ln these, as ui ail oilier constitutional Dis eases, Valbr-s Vinbgab Bi-rreas have shown their great curative powers tn tiie most obstinate ana muaa ante rases. Its-. Walker's California Tlnesar Bitters) act on al these eases in a similar manner. Bv purifying the Blood they remove the cause, and by resolving away the effects of the indammation (the tubercular deposits) the aflecied parts receive health, and a permanent cure is efTectcd. Tha properties of Da. Wai.kbb's Tisrcr.AB fiiTTSBS are Aperient. Diaphoretic and Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-irritant. Sudorific Alterative, and Anti-Bihous. Tha Aperient and mild Laxative properties of Da W1UII I VINBGAB tltTTSSS are ine Dear sare guard in all cases of eruptions and malignant fevers, their balsamic healing, and soothing properties protect the humors of the fauces. Their Sedative properties allay pain in the nervous system, stomach, and bowels, either from inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, etc Their Counter-irritant influence extenda throughout the svstem. Their Diuretic Drooemes act on the Kid neys, correcting and regulating the flow of urine. Their Auti-Bilious properties stimulate the liver, in the secre tion of bile, and its discharges through the biiury ducts, and are superior to all remedial agents, fur the cure of Bilious rever, rever and Ague, etc FortlfT the borlr atralnst disease bv pori fyinc all its fluids with Viusgab Bittbbs. No epi. Hemic can take hold of a system thus forearmed. The liver, the stomach, the bowels, the kidneys, and the nerves are rendered disease -proof by this great iavig orant. Direction!. Take of the Bitter, cm going to bed at night from a half to one and one-half wtae-glasafuU. Eat good nourishing food, such aa beefsteak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vegetables, and take out-door exercise. 1 ney are composer, us purci j vej able ineredients. and contain ao spirit J.WALKER, Prop'r. R.H. McDOMAtD at CO., Drnggista and oan. AgUk, dan rrarjciacrs, aai.. and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., New York. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS. K fKMrS NUKSEliY, II.VRNEDSV1LX.E, SOMERSET CO., PAM The faliseribcr Inf.irms Ms friends and the pub. lie that be is new devoting bit entire time tu ins The first one ever started In tliccmtnty, and If pro- pareti tu lununn pnntipiiy an sums oi FUUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TJ.EKS, Vines and Plants. HIS CONNECTION WITH KNOX'S l'lTTSIJUIiO NUHSERY The Urifest and mtH complete In the 1'nitcd Slates, enable him to guarantee to his customers the cboh-ent varieties awl thrilUest irrowth. His prices are lower than ever belnre. ills resolve is nut to lie eiutdone by any In the State In price or qnality. These wordf will lie made paai! He will in:rmnally solicit orders this Pill, but orders ad dressed ns above will be pmmptly attended tu. Send tin in ln cttrly. HARRISON 11. KEMPH. gOL Villi, WITH A. H. Franciscus tSc CJo., luroftTEr.9 AND IltAI.tCH lit COTTON YARNS, HATTS, AVICK, Twine and Ropes, LOOKINfi OI.ASSES, CLOCKS, PASCT BASKETS Wooden and Willow Ware, &c, MA!n-FA(Tl-UtR8 ASD JOUBKUB tir CARPKTISJO, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING, KUGS, Jtc, M3 Market Street and CIO Commerce Street, X3hilalelpiiia. June 10-tf. JN STOYSTOWN. The undersigned, pmprietor of tb Dlatnond Hotel, on the southeast corner of the Diamond, l Inar induced bv his many Irion. Is. would say to the traveling jmblle that he Is now prepared to receive and biistiitalily entertain all who may give him a call. His htiuoe will be conducted with the best order and lumieh fine accommolations. HAMI CL CI si r-K, Stoystovrn, Ta., April lTth, W72. flRAIN CRADLES. The iimlcr X slimed Is now entragoil In maklua npwanli of 200 Grain Cradles, of an Improved pattern, ail ing the sharp ground Clipper Scythe, which It the best manufactured. The cradles will be distribu ted through the county between the 1st and Wth of June next. Persons wishing tu purchase will find them fur sale at all the principal business nlaoes in the enantv. A h-are -number are made ready at the manufactory at Berlin. Price apr. li. u ci r. r. nai, sscnin, i a. a. c khix. JU . m axunuu. J.TEIM k UVEXGOODr SALISBURY' ELKLICK, P. 0. 11. , ' ; . MojfKltSET COCKTT, PKKH'A. Drafts bonirht and Sold, and enlreet Inni marfai . all parta of the eountrv. interest allowed on time deposits. Suer-lal arrantriueiits wUh Urunlians ami others wbu hold moneys in trust. Jun 17 7i J O. HARVEY A CO., BUTTER COMMISSION MKRCMSTS 67 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE. Lilieral cash advances on exjijlgameots and returns prouiptly made, Hoot and Shoe. JJOOTS AND SHOES. Harry C :IferilM Respect fully Informs :ilie ell liens of .Somerset and the puldie frenerully, that he has just repli niaheU his NEW SI10E,STORE, In the New Building en Main Cross Street, WITH A SI'LENDII) STOCK OF GOODS Bought In Ihe Eastern cities at the low cash price, and is prepared to furnish the unblle with every thing uertulnlnjf tu his line of business, AT VF.KY LOW PRICES. He will keen entistaiitlv a haul and Is tm iar ed t make tu unler on short notlvr, BOOTS SHOES FOR Men, Women and Children, Embracing every line of first elans giants In male rial and workmanship, fn tn the tlrv stipiaer la the broadest tread liniiraii. 1 he ladles will be luniisli eil with SLIPPERS, (J A ITERS, ROOTS, ISAL.MORAL, RUSK IN OF CALF, MORROCCO, KID AND LASTING MATERIALS! AnJ of the most fashionable styles. He will Insure a good Ut and give Kttlsraetiiia to all who may give hiui a call. He is also prepared to furnish shoemakers with a complete arsortueut of SOLE LEATHER, KIP, CALF, AND MORROCCO. ALSO, Lasts and Shoe Findings pri "s"r' k'"'1' W,'hb "'" "'M ' the ,owo,rt ""h f -All kinds of repairing dene on short notice. He ho by keeping a Urge and giuj stock, by clling at the lowest psil.l prleia, and by fair dealings and strict altenth to business, tu receive a liberal share of public iiatronage. apr. t, lu-tt h. V. MEERITS. T AV. DAYIS at UltO S CHEAP Grocery and Confectionery, SOMERSET, PA. We desire to inform the rM.i.ierr ii.in.A.r... tiity tliat we have purchased the Orucerv and ( 'on lecuiaiery oi at. . Knep.r, jKi., .rt.,lte the to the already hoe stiskol Ooislr. We sell all the best brands of FLOUR, AND MEAL. COFFEE, TEAS, SlfJAES, rice, s van's, MOLASSES, FISH, SALT. SPICES, APPLES, FLAVORING EXTRACTS, DRIED AND CANNEL FRI ITS. ALSO, COAL OIL, TOBACCO, CIGARS, SNIFF, BROOMS, BUCKETS, TniS.ae. All kinds French and common CANDIES, NUTS, CRACKERS, FANCY CAKES, PERFUMERY, AND TOILET ARTICLES. COMBS, BRUSHES, SOAP, .. Also an assortment of Toys, iu-., for the little folks. If you want anything In the Una-try and Con fectionery line call at Davis' Cheap Grocery, OPPOSIT E THE BARN ET HOUSE, or. 9-ly. Boots .and Slioes, HATS AND CAPS, narnei Mouse, and have made vuliml.lt additions Leather and Shoe Findings. J. II. J Zimmerman Takes ideasure in call Inn the attention or the cit izens of Somerset am! vicinity tu the fact that be has epened a store In his residence on Union street, where there will always be kept on hand a com plete assortment of Boots and Shoes, Of Eastern and home manuueture, a Innre ami well assorted stock of KATS AND CAPS, And a great varkty of leather and Shoe Flndinici or aU kinds. There as also attached to the store a CUSTOM-MADE ROOT k SHOE DEPARTMENT, WUh N. B. SNYDER as cutter and fitter, which alone is a sufficient guarantee that all work tnadc up iu the shop will nut oulv tit tiie reet of customers- but that ouly the best material will be um.il and tiie Host Workmen Will lie emnhiyeiL The ptiblle are respectfully invited to call and examine bis f park. aep., '11. jOIl SALE AT S7,000 CO, raraBLB tM 1st Oetober, lsT-i.'trsW 1st Januarr. 1STX, atW 1st April, UT3, and .' a year thereafter, WITHOUT INTEREST, A Farm of 229 Acres, Havlasr two New Houses, New Bank Barn, irood Orchard and KugjarCanip. well timbered and well Improved, within half mile of North Fork Rail road. Possession 1st April, 1873. . (food paper will be taken fur the first two pay ments. Possession a cutting Umber aTiTen as soon as l,O0 la paid. VT. J. BAER. Somerset, May t, Ti QROUSE & SHIRES, Mttmifacturersof all gratle of CIG AES, . BEDFORD, PA. Attention partlmilarly asked of Jobbers, aasrtlrders solicited by E. H. Marshall, druiriclst, Somerset, Pa. my. a. OENTS FIND LITERATURE, ART AND SONO Is the best selllnn hook erer offered, tt combines the hataor of anecdote, the wisdom of essay, the Information ef history and biography, the sweet ness ana e;ramicur of poelrr, the eiqulslt charm of music, and 4ts) beautiful lllustratlens. Solid readlns: fur graver moments : pleasant Die- tares tu illumine quiet hours ; and genu of sona- fur tha.a.a.1.1 ,ln.u An Brent writes. "Sold l'.T coules this week will sell too this month easily." Our nets sasfem a rentustine dues away with objections to the business. Particulars free. A rat eable tiresenl to every new A rent. INTERNATIONAL PUBL1SHINO (XX, myl 83 and M Liberty Street, New-York. M'uwllanemtA. C. r. BHOA IMS. Kf. BHOAtMI. rnilK LIVE GROCERY. 1 C. F. R II O A D S V C O., Rcspeettully announce to the puMb-thatthey have op:nc.l their kjrorery In tho basement uf the dwel UfUJ house lately oecupii-.! by w. J. Ikser, ik.w Ihe Washipton Hotel, and are now daily receiving fresh supplies of erytMn In the GROCERY AND CONFECTIONERY Line. Oive us a call. Our gieals are of the very bestquullty. We will eudi.-anr to please all. We keep ail the best brands of ELOI U AND MEAL, t'tiEEEE, TEA, SLtlAK, llll.'i; SYIM P, MOtaASSKS, I1AKINO I'OWDEKS, WAS HIM J POWDERS, SODA, l.MlKiO, SAIt ILIO, ALL KINDS KOAP, EX. IJHiWtKUl, EX. COFFEE, VANILLA, . . LEMONS, SPUES, ALL KINDS TOIIAt'Of, CIOAKS, SNIFF, CANNED FKt lTS AND VEI1ETAHLI.S, ALL KINDS DRIED I Kl ITS AN II JELLIES, STOVE POLISH, UUUSHES, HI'CKETS, TUItS, BASKETS, ROPE, Al.Sri FISH, OIL, SALT, fce., FRENCH & COMMON O 2s 13 1 l a S , NUTS, ALL KIXDS, CKACKEUS, fi: HIT 111SCUI TS, SUGAR JUM1JLK, SPICKDJUMLLLH, GJXGERSXAPS, . PERFUMER Y, Met ani Fancy Articles Generally, CKVkUBKR TUB PLai t, IN BASEM ENT OF THE LATE RESIHENCE W. J. BAKU, ESU. Nov. IS, Tl-ly. TUL HIGHEST MARKET fSIf E fill) ioii ALL KISbS OF COVSTHY FUOVL it. 5. U. C. H. W. W. BI AIlLt. A. C. OWIi "VT (. KEIM i CO., SUCCESSORS TO STl TZMAN U KEIM In the SOMERSET FOUNDRY.!'1'" Hex leave to say to its Patrons and the Public that they will ctaHlnue to supplv whatever is needed in their line bv Farmers. Ruilders, Housckeeirs. Carpenters, illarksmiths. Miners. Millers. Lum bermen and Manufacturers jrenernlly. STOVES FOIi COOKING AND IIEATINO, ttf the most desirable klrkls. which hare never, yet. hilled to arive entire fUtUfactloti, are a always kept on hand. plows Or the various patterns best adapted to the wants , of our Farmers warranted to itlversatistaction. : The latye nuintier already in use thrvuhout this , and the adjoining; rxnlies. and a stea.ll.y irs-reas-1 iBit detmuid, are a sufficient s;u:innlee ol their , CAR WHEELS, ForMlalmr. Lumbering. Rallnaad KulUiii. Ke.. of the most approved'jiatterns aud tiest uia l e rial, made to orJer on short uotii-e. ("IK I ST AND SAW MILL IRONS, SHAFTING, PULLEYS, HANOERS, R E V E L-W HEELS, cieuiviiuitc SAW A. IIKIJ.N, MILL SPINDLES, ANTI FRICTION ROLLERS. IKON RAILING, BALCONIES, BRACKETS, Window and Door-Sills, avuaaw Tbs "R.aje' Dlreef, an.l the -Parker" Re-aetlnn 1 Water-Wheels, HOLLOW-WARE, STOVE PIPE. TLOW-CASTINGS For all the different Plows used in the county. We are ths anthoriied exeats for the sale of SPEAR'S ANTI-DUST PARLOR STOVES, In this county. We sell, at manufacturers' prises, THE SPRAQUE MOWER, THE RUSSEL REAPER AND MOW ER, THE BEST STEEL PLOWS, THE BEST HORSE RASES. And Airriooltural Implement renerully. We hope to merit a nsatinuanew of thepatrunsire so liberally exuaded to this establlshmenL Our prioes will be fair and oar tonus liberal N. O. KEIM k LXX. jan. Id, Tl. Mitrtilnneinm. pETER IIEFFLKy HIGHLAND FARM, NEAR SOMERSET, Pa., Hn-eds Thorough hrol TROTTINO aw ur DRAUGHT ftORgj. ALDERNY fJATTLE, CfTSWLD a. CHESTER WHITE HOOS, S7,s' SIIEPHEUr) DflOS, IIRAMAJ, Ar Ilrjf A-K liBEAKTEO O.VXS CHICKENS. STALLIONS FOi: j,--. Season Is irlns 1st April; Ewls Julj s;t, ir j RKACK LEICESTEIaSlURF. I Iinjsirted from Fni;lafid. stamts full l; ,,lrf.( I weighs, when In (rood nmallilon, pas v '' i blui k, with splendid action; he is nmtrJ' ft ,in intent jUillfrs the best specimen OI , " t Iwirwi In I'eiinuxyltaiiia. Ilia staitton nn- been shipped p every market In ihe e." ' mafMliiijr prices from tei.uu to tl.tott. aivi' I Iroiu fisi. to 1iS. A yearllnv nlly hari-. I sold liar In Wesluaorelaail County, ; was retuiM-d for a colt not one year old. ' 1 lllack lA-ireslersliire was not by that a'. j Iieejter-liire Hern, his dam by lflu-w" lain by rariiH-rs Delllit. Ieirtser.t ' was irc by tluit fur famed stoek fetter kj, the winner of eisrht Aitrlcultural Prues ' pi s dam was K"t by that noted Dert.iL Keal liluse; ifranilam by that noted horv ; H..y. wlil. h the sire of Ilia; Dravmss' ter-lure Hem's dam was trot by thai rea. eesterslilre l.re.1 horsei Klai-k llceaters-i, wasvot by that n-al brown Iyw-est. rsr ' Old la.-l-est r. wLkh j.el r, stallions tha: V t he same seuson. i Hu Ivlcester was Wild s Kim k Lcir., which aervad unt ' vuineas each. Hlack Lesrs by r,ld : wiiB-n eriini iii nc Kuiueas cacti .Man. . acriptlon. a.. 1 Terms J (Si h.r Insuram-e. ! AL1IAMURA. i i flot by Middle-ton. he l.y Kvsdvke' (.,. j an. he by Afslallsh, he by Manif.nisx ki , Mi-asenxer. dam by Frank Plen-e. t,e i. t' ! Innd Ilia, k Hawk, he by Andrew JH.Jr -I Younir Uashaw, he by liup. Arat ia,, 1 shaw. - I Is a beautiful Hay. with a small ,r . of hmu and temper. A desoendeut if t.,. Troitinir iflood. he can not bnt dvei,.p Tj. " I ilul trittinif action of which he n.jW ! promise, ills sire took the flnt t.-emT' - r State Fair, at Elmira. N Y In !- ram; j Horse lor sjettina Rieadster. trotting i iy. i rniw smiiiia at frjia insurance; aiei s.-. j llamliletonian. In t.'hester, nuife cou.-.'.. i at ajuu lnsurutK-e. Terms Lo 1- ir Insurance. 1 Partlnziwith a mare before she la V, j be with IimL furleits the insurance. All v ; aieil es-aies al the risk ol the owner. : 4aJ-Paalur.ik;e for mares from a lltai, . . i:i!il rates. SHtiEHLACKlXO, ! . A liml premium will be jtlven by B, , btt cult of Leii-eatershire s gt. of a fc c W III I-'S sa.ldle; f..r the Is-st hllv. the service of t,. ' I an.1 for the third best cult or filly, the. ,' . vi.f y i Simk Journal lor one vear; to be ileei. 1 mniitiK t 'outity Fair, il held ; and ll n.. I aup Wli'k' i time will lie announced to eome oft ea'v L...ur ttrr, w )lw,ae1 ,,y lhM rouitetit IIRlfOMS, ! 'I13 Klif jJOW IS TIIE TIME! ! W-aNTTEID. (iOOD KKMAIil.I-: A;i.' TOSELLTnF. mi ii i c- j imuw unuer reec Wilson Sewing Mach j IN THIS COUNTY. j itrft Machlrss In the World. nt , ! chine in market. I'rice. r-mjiiete. , " ' ten warranty for fi! vi-ars. Applv i:r-: : t eJl'lTH i KuKkr-v;- j mar No. li Sxth Street. Pit:'.ur-.r J AND S A N D ll U IL I I ; I. I Borough of Somers j Klfirit.ly nituato-l. u.A i iFaiiii Mineral and Timte L ln T"i, us -!si iON ACCOMMODATING TK! A p rti.'n of the lands are Improved Farms tithcrs are unimjirnveil. LIMESTONE, FIR ECLAY. IKi'N-tiKE in-! Are f.imd on smiie of tham. of fair nr ipiantiiv. Fr terms. ai-.. call on -r s.l.: I I. W tY tN I Au;u.-t 'Tl-tX S ioer-e; 239 REMOVAL AIM5UTJIXOT, Have Kerinive.l tiikii: new urn.; Nos. 230 a. -l mhi:ktv stkf.kt. IlTTSTJIJlkCiK And open with AN ELLV.ANT STt'UK t'T JD'HjIT CrOOT: Notions ami Small W.-iro SYAX. AT LOWEST EASTERN PL j Huyers are invirc l to call. '. Ai:nrTHNivr. w. t. siri..vi-v. J. o. e'Ttr Feb U 3 mo as ' - Q A K RETT ! Lumber Coiiipar OAR RETT. SOMERSET CO.. Pi Earnest. Delp & Camp. PROPRIETORS. IE PINE. VELLOW PINE. I OAK, 11 IX. AND CHESTNUT LUMBER. SAWED AN HSHAV HiH:? AND PLASTERING LATH. Building Lumbe 'Cut to a bill" at shi rt noli.. Ih-ders from lumber dealers prv.n'.p:!' ; wholesale prli-es. au:. i " A. H. FRANCISCUS I C f13 MARKET STREET PHILADELPHIA. We have opened fur the Spring tra ir. -est and liest assorted stock of Philadelphia Carp : Table. Stair ami FloorOll Cloths. Win.!.'", i and Paper. Carpet Chain. tVtteaOar; I tinr. Wa.l.llni;. Twines, Wicks, f"' i Laaikinic-ttlasses. Fanev Hasitcls. Br Baskets. Buckets. Brushes. rl.f W rinarers. Wooden and W il- kiw Ware in the I uit- i ed States, ' '""'lance InrTease in business enst-ic ' , (w ,,rilV au,i fumLah tae best quaillj SOLE AOENTS FOR THE Celebrated American WasSf . PRICE. ; M. jOvor 13,000 -oId in Six M Terms: csnM-ta.wda.vs si All other foods, 30 days. Net. ' 11 EAT INDUCEMENTS Persons wantina; first -class Fruit Tk" and Plants should call oa HE3I. EC. ICE HARNEDSVILI-E. Somerset IVantr. You cub purehas of him at IuWr J-'' any other party. ' MANHOOD: HOWI.OST ?, RESTORED.-Just publUhri- tuen of Dr. Culverwell's I'eUbrated r-M rmdical rwrefwithout mlieitielolS' ; i or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary cw ! es. lmtiotenev. Mental and Physical to j . .. . . ... u.id.,d ate - aa . iiuurniinriiu, ' - - ----- - - uiaa4 tlon. Epilepsy and Fits, Induced 7" ! or sexual extravajranaie. . ,s I aarPrice. In a sealed envelop. ""'".It,,. The celebrated author, la this w"!: sv ' elearlr demonstrates from a thirty "? ful praetiee. that the alarmina: ""Tj,. ! self abuse may be radically ! , 1 k-erous use of Internal medicine or liw" 'ofthekulfe: polatlnif out a bi'"Tj1 i simple, certain and etleetual. k'"1 j every sufferer, no matter what BU J"Tji be. may cure himseif cheaply, pnrat"- j "i'2-Thls Lecture should be la tho to""1' youth ami everv ataa ln tne lauu. a Sent, under seal. In a plain envelop dress, post paid, on receipt of six " Dr. Culverw.il'. -Marrla. fl-' 1 lit Bowery, New Votk. IKj-VB9