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tcVOTED TO AGRICULTURE IN ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES. ta.M.ft.ot Fau l Uri. ' ., MIMm. at Et the I'ntato. DirWa to B """"d TUn" "' Ilarwntnc Tobrra. Tle cooler and more moist section, of the countrr ar where the parasitic fun tun. RCTtcrillv km)-n as potato rot. at tain it potest ri-.-r and activity, and ili...iih mHii-ilr i,--i.m"f tli;'tal ,v,-t.-ti.'"!at.-:tu ti. il t--'""'r ran li.- '"'"V f1''! ,!" rav'''" Tli.- Iiiiiii :it:ac!:s tl.e hUm and lr,.u as II as tl.e tulxTK. On the l.-avMi jkUc v-Uo U1i !Kt first indicate the of the disease: tlir- very oon turn lrt-..-n. and if the weather In-warm and damp rapidly M.i. ken. iti.licatm,r tii.- t.il .l t.lniti..n f the tiss;n. 1 he Teli.. in- of the li.-wi.-i pr-vrre" shv.v ty hut :ut w-n a the fundus has pushed .rn't tt frv:itin- threads, which appear a a whit., downy coating on the under .surface, the discoloration proceed rap- The stems may be attacked d:reKly or lire diaen may reach them through the l.-avcs: in either cat they become black ened and wKin die. There is no doubt that the tuber may be and usually are infected hr the rain washing the epores down into'the aoil: hence potatoes liirhtly covered with earth are more likely to 1 infected tii.in when deeply planted. In mm mnection rW. Se-ribner, in his .... H,.i nr mildaw 4 the tkit naUnitted t thr department at W'ash-iw--ton. iuc that jLo.-s haveaiwu ik1 or jnotactive moldincat the Grxt np-ja-aranee of. that ditiease .tlon the leaves, made in uch a manner that tire npper niort tubers shall haveat least five inches of earth over them, the tps be-in; bent at t!ie same time no that they hang over the furrows in a half erect position. Attention is called to the important fact tliat at tlie time of dinff the crop llie tuiicr may In-come infected u they miw Uln-n friMU the jrrormd by from Die derayinj tops. If the Iib"'S lie d.4aycd for a wlV or two after the toiis lia're become thorough)? dead, and iprfornH4 when the weather jj sunny nad dry. there is little possibility U In tertian at Uii period. . Potatoes should 1 entirely free from erf ace moisture when stored, and never bald be placed whe it i dau:p or where moisture can collect afoonY them. DiurtinK the tubers with air alaked lime inue bushel of lim tn twenty-live buir. of pot.it.w--) before rtorinjr strongly xmmendel as doinj much towards jH-erntins the rot. If during the win ' tlie potabK-s are found to be rotting Utey should at once lie -jrted orer atiU rdl sHttad or unsound ones treated with llui and stored whera the temperature U law and the atmosphere dry, Th XVhrat A pi. la it-ply to iiuialn-rh'ss querL-s front farmers whoe praiu crops luive buen lessened at entirely d.stroyejd by the wheat apis. Professor Cook, of the Michi paa agricultural exin-riment station, ruii oticntion to tine fact that this iest las taany insect enemiui Jhat Irey un it. and in the alwenc of ury known remedy udviaes farmers to entourage liiese insect friends. There are two groups of these bene-, ficiil insects, predaceous and parasitic, l'redaceous innecte are such on devour (li.-ir prey; araMlic are those that lay their t-yifg on or in their victims. The x heat loe parattite is by far the tnoet iijijortant of these little friends that Lave ootne to the farmer's rescue. These tiny black flies hare, it is Raid, lecn a jrreat factor in ridding fields of the pi. liferous lice. Lady bird beetles are very efTi-ctive onii cflicent aids in the work of ridding the grain lields of the aphides. Both as larva; and as mature insects, they feed oik the plant ltco and rapidly deplete tlieir rants. The lyrphus fiy, a rapid Cying two iuged insect, many of wltich are lined u-ith yellow bands, lay tW-jr e;s on the jjlauls among the aphides, and the ui.i? p.it tliat hatch from these look like M-cches, and are gourmands for tucking ihe plant lice bloodls. The green lace winged chrysopa fly, with their golden eyes, are no mean factor in their warfare against plant lice. These flies do not feed on the lice, imt the larvas do, and as these lsave iu amtiable appetites, they do excellent cxe--utioa. The entomologist knows'that adversity xmKng these tiny helpers meKs success U thettwarms of inscctt that devour the -.row, anJ therefore urges upon farmers llio iiuportaiR-e of encouraging instead of ignorantly di-htroyinj; the beneliciul usec'U here described. A Short 'hikiter hi Ijimb. There is only one thing that is 500 times as funny and provoking by turns :ts a lamb, aud that is 5K lambs together w hen they are about a month old. The hcplierd aits down and watches the 500 l,inbs all in a bunch by themselves laying, running and frolicking, and he laughs. When be has tried, and tried in vain, to pet tlie same 500 across a tiridge or into a corral he sits Upwn c-iii. out lie does not laugh this time, ays-a wriu- iu Rural Home, who adds young lamb lias no way of telling which ewe is its mother, and the mother only knows w hat lamb is her own by the oent. Hence, while tety young it is a ljud plan to liave too many together, or rlw ewe may be confused by so many Jambs, or become partially indifferent, tuid the lamb perish for want of care. When a few weeks old, however, they know rmrh other by the Bound of the voice. In a band of two or three thou sand ewes, a ewe tnay call her lamb, and the lamb will answer from the other side jl the (lock. They will go straight to each ather, right Hi-iugh the whole band, as they would if they were the caul two animals for a mile around. IWsira im Teaemra:. It has always lea act?epted that in cities tlie duatu rate in tenement houses is pTcal.T than the general death rata This belief has recently been contro verted, as far as New York city is con cerned, by a careful analysis of the re turns made to tlie health department. It was found that last year the geiier.il (leatli rate per I.OOU inhaUtauts was wO.SS, while the death rate niuoint tene meot dwellers was 22.71. Ceyoud t!;U it was found that tlie death rate ia lure tenement houses is less tlian iu the smaller ones. The chief reason fortius difference of mortality to the advantage of tenement houses is attribute to the riercisc the plenary power of the tward of health in regard to them in iiotlt construction and appointments during recent years, while the construc tion aiftt appointments of the hitherto suppoHtsJ to be the most healthful class of houses have been left to the intelli gence of the architects and tenants, ex cTting a general compliance only with tlie plumbing law. Iioston llerald. Ilaror:iiis tHa tTkiltltiig Rabit. In New Haven they are determined to discourage lite practicvof whittlim; pub lic buildings. A rison-r in the lockup cliuibtnl up a ventilator slift and cut way a numlier of Uals, only to be nabbed by the vigilant watchman, lirought lief ore the magistrate he was lined $20 and costs for damaging the building, in adduim to re-iviiig the icnaity for the iiiisLtvls tliat brought liim intot'.ie toils of the law. I'. son Transcript. !Vventy-tliree years ego Mrs. Sally B. Wet-ks I luck nam. then a bUisI.ing bride, went to liiMiarkeeping in a snug fartu lMue on the e.l s!o.e of Mount Pros-s-t. N. 11. Tlie other day in this same lioase, where she ha lived ev. r since, !. c lelratel Imt one hundredth birth day, and was strong enough to receive only ber childn-o. prandchrldrcn and t:ri-at-graiilrhildn-n. but also a large (lumber of hi r f nende and acquaintance's. pr.ESJfc.WING EGGS.- It Is stnt(.l by an Eng'ish Jltllhority that while pnTved in li HC or salt have proved to be good efver t.si; expira tion of fonr months, it has not Until re c'nt!v lieen established for what lengtli of time the action of thefe preservatives will keep tbcro gotsJ. as (our months is comparatively of little uso. From tho alwvc the reader tuight reasonably sup lie that sotne new process in the use of the two articles, sr.lt and lime, was about to le given, as it is stated as the result of numerous experiments with various sub stances that tli-se have shown their un .i...,ii,l mttfriorit v over fdl others. A li. n-t....ii-n i'-d in r.ii'iland. tine priM-i-is c.nsi-4ed in pai l.ini: th..-eggs as s.h.ii as laid in dry salt, the other in immersing them in Ireshly made lime water. Of these two only succ-ssful pnjci'nsos limo pr.ne.1 much siiMrior to salt, though more troublesome. Salt attracts moist ure fnm tlie eggs, the albumen or w hito of the -gg coiirii!i.litly liecomeR thick rn.sl and a cwssideruble air space is left. When lime wau-r is employed the eggs are quite full and it is necessary to prick tliem before boiling or they will crack by tlie expansion of their contents by hcr.t. liut the process by which it was found eggs may lie successfully preserved for twelve months is thus desmled: To pre serve, say. a thousand eggs, take uliout thirty-6ix pounds of liua iu lumps and place in a strong metal or at Tie vessel, pouring over the same eomo t") g:dlons of boiling water. Then coer ith string sacting, taking care the sau e doe IhH fire, and leave ir. a safe place until quite cold. Then mix with almut twelve gal lons of cold water, uiklinc s-ven N4inds of oure silt and i-our can-fully over the egg, quite covering them and leav ing out any sediment tliat may have ...flo.l ot tlirt Imt torn of the mixing pan. Pickle, if thus rightly maUu. will in few das frost over as if covered with very tliia ice, and if this does not hap pen add ruo. e lime until the desired end is attained Tlie pickle is poured over the eggs in a miiky condition, being pissed through a fine sieve to catch any lafgC lieces not dissolved. Boiling water M.oJiIJ be ued for slaking tlie lime. Tlie r?9t secret is to have good fresh eggs and to ke-p V the strength of the pi.-kle and the surface frosted over by a.hung from time to timo fresh strong picket, etc, if not room in the vessel for mor Jiijuid. then freshly slaked lime, Stone or ewtlypwarf vj-ssels ae most suit;rlilc and should siAiid in a cool place and not le moved about. Tlie must ba frailly laid, not more than one week old if good results are desired, and must not be cracked, and every Pgg should be tested before placing In lia inkling res s L By the above wir eggs Uiay U kept any roasonable time, certainly from spring to winter. Of the method thus described. which is sulwtautully the same tliat has been known and rartic!d in this country for years, with variations in the proportions of Kuieand salt osused by different per sons, Mr.W. B. Tcgeimeior, a well known and excellent authority, says: "I have hitherto lcn rather prepossessed in fa vor of the dry salt method, but I doubt whet'.ier its ffficacy wouTd extend to twelve months. T)i3 influence of lime water and salt is apparently Jo the entire protection from the action of the air, the absorption of all carbonlo acid from the water, the destruction of all jn-nns tliat might exist in the water, and pwaibly also to the antiseptic character of tlie sait ,ind lime," It is further stat ed tluit Mr- TpSt'tnieier. who lias tested soniet the (eggs thut I'ave lieen kept over a year by !ii ritb,.od, describes them as l?ing uualterej n l'lfjfpnce and looking better than shop uggs. T'twy were perfectly good when used In ome lets and custards, iu mhlch they could not be distinguished fnmi ordinary eggs. Notwithstanding such favorable testi mony, it is well remembered that eggs preserved for a long time by any of the methods known, including theone under consideration, in some way betray the fact of their preservation. Even in pe riods of scarcity preserved eggs sell for so much b-ss er dozen than fresh eggs that extravagant profits from the process are not very often realised. In this con nection it may be well to itae that a formula, uned in New York state with gjj results, for the lime and soft pickle is in the proportions of .ne bushel of un laliel iiuie nnd eifht quarts of salt to sixtv-tive gallons of water, to lie pre p:uvd and used in much tu aMUii tuao-iu-r us above di-sc ribed- Afrt'irultural "'- Lovett's White Is the name of a new peach which is said to havo yielded an nually in certain eastern Btates whore most other varieties have failed It Is claimed that it is the hardiest wliite peach yet produced. Its season is very late. The color is a pure white; size very large: it is a long keeper: the quality is sweet .nd excellent. The flesh parts from the pit perfectly. "irfl ashes are largely used by farm ers as a top dressing for meadows. Spread at tho rate of about fifty bushels per acre. Poultry houses should be whitewashed, inside and out, two or three times a year. Into the whitewash for tlie inside of the house put a little glue or a teacupful of soft lioiled rice to a pail of whitewash, and also add ten or twelve drops of crude carbolic acid, as a safeguard against ver min. Blackcap raspberry plants are easily propagated and any one who has a few plants of a variety that pleases him may greatly increase their number by layer ing the tips of the young canes und cov ering tiiein with two or three inches of soil. The projier time to do this is when the end of the cane begins toenlargaand swell, soon after tlie fruiting season. Plaster is one of those fertilizers which have a remarkable effect upon some soils, while in other places it lias no ef fect at alL IJUiry cattle should have access to salt eveiy day, and salt should be added dailr to ull their stable feed, according to Piofessor Robertson. llBftds Ar t'p. Diamond dealers in Maiden lane and John street are watching every move ment of the market with sharp eyes. Their ware have been advancing stead ily in value for four months past, and prices show no sign of uny falling off. "On tlie contrary," said a well known Mui-k-u lane importer, who lias just re turned from Europe, "I found tlie Lon don market very stiff and uppish in tone. As is generally known, the output of the African diamond mines is controlled by m-hat U known as the Amalgamation, which is a sort of diamond trust, and three Indon firms, Jules Forges, Bo nato Brothers and Julius Kohn, handle the greater portion of the uncut dia monds that come to that market. They have restricted the output to suit them selves, and as a consequence many of tlie Amsterdam cutlers and polishers are running w ith reduced forces, while soine of the smaller shops have closed up al togetlier. "The market's firmness may be judged by an incident which occurred in Lon don just before I sailed. I was in the oflice of a large diamond firm, trying to jtet some stones suitable for tuy trade, when nn outsider, that is, a man not in the trade, came in and purchased a par cel of indium stones, weighing from one to ton carats, and valued at G,000 or 7.000. for which he jiaid cash down. Ue hail the st.me wnipjed up, und put tliem luck i:i the firm safe to await a rise in the niarkxt. 1 also know of many American dealers wIki went over this spring to buy from $.10,00010 $100,000 worth of stock who have returned with only half the stones they intended to purchase, and some cauie back with even less than half." Diamonds are. as b matter of fact, from 20 to CI per cent, highertoday tlian they were four months ago. when tlie market began to feel the manipulations of the diamond trvst. The trust is evi denlly a success, and if diamonds keep on going up engaged couples may have to be ooutent with other gems. New York Sun. BZ'jT r.ESUU a WITH VIM, ri. t:Cret 'f V.miU II..W Ut V-i lan IVra. Grass (s ns ua rural a food for swine r.s for any other class of animals, though this fact does not ap)ea.r to lie duly ap preciated. Tois imnrtanco of jmsture is emphasized by Jlr. F. D. Curtis in a recent issue of American Agriculturist. He adys: Tlie best renults can be had with breedirj sows by turning them Into a field where there ia plenty of pas ture. It is not edvlssble to allow Uieni to have pigs where other hogs run, al though in a large range there is littlo dxnger of the pigs being disturbed or in juied whin li ni. One thing H sure: there i.-. no fiml which "ill make liit.-r pigs or put the sows in ls.tl-r ixruiitiori for liearing Jo""" l',a" g1" Sow that deslmy their pigs iti the spring will make go. id mothers in the summer wh.ii fed on gr.iss. In the spring they were feverish and made fn'iir.iisl by their physical condition; while in the summer by the cooling and succulent character of the grass they were in perfect condition for the ordeal of liearing young. Feeding vegetables has a similar effect, and when sows have these regularly they are always sure to do welL Fruits are also natural foods for swine, and sows will do well if fed nothing but apples. In the summer hogs fchould always lie on earth und given a chance to ixkiL When it is known that all these cheap foods are so natural and healthful for swine, it seems strange that so many farmers persist in keeping tlieir hogs, the year round, on grain. An acre of sweet corn, fed stalks and all, w ill go a long way towards fatten ing a lot of hog. Sorghum is also ex cellent. Weeds are allowed to go to seed, for extra work, next year, which would make excellent jxirk. Here is a maxim: The cheapest food, make the best jwrl. The reason U U IS the leanest, lun pork then U-lnji the best, we should try to make iu Con finement in pens tends to increase the fat. Exercise develojis the muscles. The muscular part is the best food. The fat is largely wrste. We make fat to throw it away. .ple buy hams not for the fat. but for the lean. When the fat is wasted it mak.-s the lean cost just so much more, lieduce the fat and in crease the lean. Can this be done? Certainly; In this way: Keep the pigs all their lives in the pasture. Feed skim loiik and bra?V Keep corn away from them. Give Jhent vegetables and apples with the bran. When, the liodiesor frames are growq give f hem oatmeal or rye. ground entire, niixec jvitl) Jmin, putting; jq twjoe fiS much bran aa rye. Keep up the vegi4abu and apple diet and allow (hem during this time pi pot nil the grass they wilt A JlUle not a may ho fed towards the rr.ii pork nihJa In this way will huve mora lean and will be tender and juicy. 6olliii: tor Cl.ver. In seeding for clover on very sandy Still ll Mill bo iiLiw4ry to siippiy suf ficient humus in the form of decayed vegetable matter or bam yard manure for the clover to make a catch. Toestab-. lisha good clover tod on sucli n soil may be no easy mutter and require time and manure, but. when once obtained, it will be well worth the cost. Whenever good t'love product ion hr.s once lieen reached tho after Improvement of the soil wjij Ue comparatively easy, and may bo pushed with a rapidity commensurate with the inclination and means of the owner. A corresjMindent of the New Jersey station found that on his sandy soil, when clover was sown alone, weeds took pos session of the gniund at first, making the small amount of clover secured by late itjrjj.' of comparatively little value. By sowing luilh-i n4 elwr Jo-;.-t!i;!t- ho Secured fodder which hh stock uolisu"e4 a readily as baled hay, and not inferior to that sect: red by others who seeded without millet end secured little or no benefit from the first cut because of weeds. A good crop of n-d clover, when cut for hay, removes a Large quantity of ni trogen from the land, but it nevertheless leaves the surface soil richer in nitrogen than it was before, made so from tiie n-s-idue of riots and stubble left in the soiL The seed may lie sowu in fall or spring, depending tqion local conditions and cli mate; but, iu the majority of caw-s, tlie liest results come from mowing ir) the spring, and quite often on the latesnowq. In all cases it should lie as evenjy dis. tributcd as possible, arid PI mellow, well prepared soil. If sown in autumn it should be done early, with the ground wet or moist, iu order that it may get a good start before w inter, riaster will increase the growth remarkably if sown broadcast the season following tho seed ing. Agricultural Fair In Oftobrr. American institute. New York, Oct 2 to Nov. 30. Alaliama, Birmingham, Oct. 21 to Nov. 2. Arkansas, Pine Bluff, Oct 22-23. Arizona, Phoenix, Oct. 10-19. Bay State, Boston. Oct 7-12. Colorado, Pueblo. Oct 3-9. Delaware, f)over, Oct 1-4. Georgia. Maoon. Oct 63 to KuV, L Louisiana, Shreveport, Oct 8-14. Massachusetts, Boston. Oct 3-12. Missouri, St. Louis, Oct 7-12. Utah, Salt Lake City. Oct 3-3. VTtuU UUiera bJ. Tlie American Sheep Breeder states tliat "if a few dry cows or heifer are kept in the field with sheep, the dogs will seldom molest them. We have found sheep in the morning huddled so close around and under a friendly old cow that she could not get away from them: she had saved their lives." A southern writer suggests that a good place for watering ducks that have no natural streaniB or (Kinds to resort to is to hollow out a round or oval pond of moderate dimensions, covering the bot tom and dcs with cement If JhUi can be connected with a pump by pipes it can be tilled daily with little labor. If connected with the waterspouts of a, building it will be flushed, cleansed and filled at every rainfall. Subscrilie for the Herald. JEXKS DUE A5I. Jenks h4 a querr dmim the other nijrht He tboupht he u s iiriw-tUr liters rinif, und in the niidrik: of it gttd a dout't" little cbnmpiim who mot and deutx-rnt.-ly knx-k-d over, oii by lie. a score or iihuh of oiir, burly-kKikln f.-ilows, m tliejr advanced to tlie attnek. diant as tiiey were in size, tbe valiant pigmy prov.-d mora than a inaK h tor thorn. It wm all tunny tlmt J.-nk woke up Inuithmir. lie a.-roimu )r tlie droam br the fact that ho luid JiiKt ootne to tlie eon.-lu-sion, atU-r trj inir rxurlr vwrr biir. draslio pill nn the market, that I'Iltct-'s I'leatuint I'urvMlJvo P.-li.tn. or tiny Sin.-nr-cmt.-d (.rnul. nvily "knock eut" and l-nl all tho bur Pill" hollow I They an- tho original nd only -onnlrir Liltk- Liver IMIIs. Jfc-waro of Imiuui.mit. which o.nta-n Pol onous tlnT&l. Aiwvsak for Jlr. Pieroe 1'oll.ts. which ars bitiie SiiiTrwit.i1 PUU, or AQtr-bilious Oranuk. One a ttse, SICK HEflDACKE. iv Bllloos Iloadarhe, Sf" yLs Mililnw, onallpa. ft Sr . , s, lion. Ilia iaeaiiom. Kit. IV V-f.7& tow Alia k,nnd all d.--Jff, : b' rsnsvnwiiia o the stomiurb Ijk "'' bowtU, are pronuniy rolin-.-d arid ponnittienr ijr ciiriMl bv tuo imr of llr. Deree's Pleasant I'uiirauvn Poll.-t. Tlmr are svntly laxative, or stronirly oatharts:, si-cording- Uiniu. ot dow. rinali.it, Cta-Hiv-st, IktsHist to take. cent a vial, by druetrists. CawrlaM. I-S. hr Vrmt d's ttrrT MkD- CI. AsHTIO)l. lr.Mrl. ,ir, 3 lUia bL, BuiUlu, S. V. CARTERS l i Dll I c t i rifcatfi Pick rTend.n-hi and roiirT all u tniobl tnH dnt to a biinnai state of the system, auco aa limine. Nauaea. h-owflinean.' lltKtreva afuir eaunit. Paia in tiie Si-le. Xc While Uieir mort reuiarluhie stax-ewt has been almwa In curing neadnetie, yet Cunca's t.rrn I.ivir Piixs jh-o iml!v VHlnui.ie III ('inutiiailiii. cuniur and pnwntinK thio aiinoyinirriiiniilaint. while they aiaooTe-t all (i ia-n l.-m of tiie ctiiraach, Ftimulnte the liter and rrfulald Um b-wela. voa it tbny only cured Ache thev wnuld he almnt pn.-eleas to thoaa who nffer (run thla distrwwme cnmplaint: hut f.tunaolv thoir poodnw d"e n--t end hern, and th--e who onre try them will find the little pi I in rahiahle In nn mmr waya tiiat ther will not he willing to do without Uiera. Bui after all sick, bead ACLH la the bane of f many lives that here la where we make our irreat bosat. Our pills cum It while ill her di not. ('irtkk'b Ln-riJt Ijvct Tius sre verr small and very ey to take, f Hi or two pills maka a die. Tiiey are arrletly vegvtalile and do B'itirrtieor pure, hut by their Kifitle artkm pieaiie all who use them. In vial at SS oent; five tor fl. rV4d even-where, or aenl by until. UXZOt XElCSn CO Vr 7st bl HI fcaS M k& nifty. CONSUMPTION, ORONCHIT19; SCROFULA, COUCH or COLD, THROAT AFFECTION, WASTINCof FLESH, Or any I tamer trhere lite Throat and Lu0M btw iMflamrd, 1.nrL nf Stmtgth or K'eraa Fnrrr, yem ea ke tWJeartt mi Cured Ijf SCOTPS EMULSION PURE COP UVEROIL With Hypophosphltes. PLTaLC as Mils, Jms far Srott' h'tmnlmm, n4 tef aaa erjilnuittitm or aitri flO'o.l Iw'u. hM Sold by nil Druggists. SCOTT & E.WE. teists, 5. Y, AR2 THE STRONGEST. CON CrNOINt WITHOUTTHC g- LABEL on ifd by Wn. Avars sos. I'liilnda. v-hii muiiv Ills famous llonc Kranil Bak.-r lilackcts. SUMMER CORSETS! Made of open material, rendrtinp them verjlla tinic, and ih.-eool.-Hteoret f.H-Miiiini.-r. Stmie la.iin wear lliein all the yi ar r.i.a.l. olh ei .wllv in Miiniir time. 1'fit i.- 51 an i i :,, cn.-ti i in ia fi iu. avu.l in yair onion by mail if j uu lira not m the oily. SILK IIOSK. Sold at TAe-nta pair In II ik. Sky, Ijivi-ndt-r, Api'le. iJreon, Hn.me. Kn-ni-h Hi'ie, ;cndar lue, MahOKUiiv, Tan. Brown. S ale a-id Bli k. rn:iid In your onl.-n. by mail if vou are not iu Um riiy to shop. Polka Dot French Cotton Hose. Black ant Xavy ereiind, warmnlod fat color, at joe., mlnoed from 7.w. a pair, nend in your order by mail If you are uot in the chy. LaliH' Hiilbviusjari Vt llarcuin, Hieh-nrrk and riiibed arm : lzo J and 3S, only 40 eeiiu. e.-h ; a reniilar 74 .-eni Vwt Kit e for inedium wijrin. iVil"i.r aii I ..-tiiiry Wuar. A liuuof si-hi'-'e"! Vv-4, rcitu'ar il"ia-!it grade. el.lnK out a; i Sewt l i y-uronlen by mull if uot iu thu city. If you wt lu, buy one or more of the umill NEAT HAND-3ASKET?. on the end ofthc Rihln ronnter. 3n H hing to carrv lioin-a uic-e sin.ili hit of freh r it, or iKlK-riUintien. Ai the KiKliiiig be atrta.eul you will Und uew Ihn-tps lu FLAT KVCIIIXO-3 and I.m priced Tonrirt Pnt-hinir. Aln LINES UULLAlUi Slid mime special valuta, iu White Linen Handkerchiefs. Send in yonr order by roaH if you are uot lu the city to uup. ir lull 41 FUTH AVE.. PITTSBrRGH. PA. SIXTH STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. I the rreat college of Bnine Oft-ee. w here all the leauehea of a complete buitiei eduraiioa are tatijrhl by ai-mal huinei Practice. The ouly rriemlier from IVimiylvania of the Inter-Pta.e BiKiiiesa Practice A-cUilon of America. ' 1 ha it'idenl leann lnik-keeiiifr and buine by en aiieine in bnltie transat-tioiw Practical Of. bec Work and B in kinx are rpevialtiea. Individ ual iii'tm. tin fn.in . . to 1 r. "., and from 7 to 10 r. M The b-t avautairi in Klionhand and Typewriiliig Ihhe I uHi'-at i-pcad iu the abortent time. Suiel lor t'a's'i.'no. JAMU ILAUK WILLIAMS, A. M., Pret DMISISTRATOR'S NOTICE, Ekiate of fl u Ro-(rc-. dec'il, late of Shade Tap.. Somerw-t I'wniity. Pa. Iottem of Admliivtrntion on tiie iln-( estate having ben eraiitril to the tinderyigiied by the proper anthoritT, notice i hereby iiiveu to all person iudebled to mid estate to mitke iinme.1i ale jiarment, and thoae havimr claim atrainrt theMtniewill present them duly anthenti-aied for sctilcment ou or b. forH Saturday, the 'th dar of i eul-r. iss . at the late residcute of dee d iu ifhade Towni-hip. X. B. CRITniFH-LD, scptlS. Admiuuvutor. gXEClTTOR'S NOTICE. iuiate of Michae. Sine iee'd.. late of Shade, Twp. Somerset Co., Pit. letter tertamcntary on the aUire estate having been rTantcd lo the undenirned by the protor anthontv, notice t hereby Riven .i all in-rsoiw inddwxl t.ifaid elHie U nrnke iinmcdlate pHy mcnt. and ihnaehHV me claiinn acaiiiKt the aam will preM-nt lliem duly anthenticritod Stir wttlf meot to the undemiirneil on Kntnntay, the 2-a davof bepL at lue Uie riideuoe uf F. W. BiKasi -s.es. JuXAa If. WPE. Attorney. F-zecutur. YDMIXISTILVTUR'S NOTICE. tMate of Jacob Bcrkcy. doo'd.. late of paint Tounuiip, .mrt L'n.-, Pa. Ietterof adinltiisirHtinu on above emte hsv tn heea rranu-d to the uudentiirnod by the prop er authority, notii-e In hereby itlven to all per-, ami indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, and thoe bavins; claim airaint the aame will prenent them duly authenticated for ottlement on SalRT'day. the .Vh day ef October, at the late roideuoe of dect-a d. KZRA BFKKET.t & P.tiElSKI.. . H. UliL, Attomey. Admiiili-trators. PENSION AGENCY. SOL. UHL, Italy aathorlaed by the Govern merit. Office ta Baer a B lor k. Son met, pa. mar hilt A D5IINISTKAT0BS NOTICE. lutc off A M. Ti)t-'rrrr. dtcs'd. laie of Berlin Bonmirh, Stimetwt (m. Pa. Letter of administration on the aUive eattc having- been rranted to the nnderdirned by Iht pmper authoriiy, itotli-e i hereby given to all per. ihi indebted to wid USe to make Immediate payment, and the having claim aiculiK the aame to preeent them duly atilhcntlcau-d for aet tiement ou SHiuninv, the ai dav of Nov.'mljtr, at the oftice of i. pbibon o.,!n Berlin. MKS. IsABELL C KPlMSIMiEK. Admiuittratrix. II. B. PHILSON, sptlH Administrator. YOU CAN FIND THIS PAPER aa fila In PTTara..M t the Adr-iar Hu iau ol TXi EEHIHGT01T BEOS. mm iLANKETS HE WARD i I n i n 1 . Mother, ahice I hvr baen arir- Wt Arm rtl4r my Hxr. near lonaer tlian aw before, ad nni-I act luy h-rt ai. but I-l-znut Ulillk UK look an MiewiA aa wi-a 1 Una a-x-d tt. W-y - - lLid. mjnun. Iaiaaorryyyaiarowicarc k-a. Vl."TiUMit!veoarJ',dhiniri!ionlyaoBit a lien properly used. Voa hw D. omi koked at tb dimcuuoa. tvr tbn aro rut aruoad tho neck i4 the untile. Haw aa must read them, and tbey will rt you out of rour tr mbia Y"oor father and 1 ket tael.wniitanKrDrnaasa. innaiMW Wolff'sfiCfilEBIacking b wonderfal; prsMrvlns; Waterproof! rK any leather i rt.mc a a Mi. rloti black lustra ax mats a welu 4m' w ao-. Do not eonfnaod ACMK BlaokiDa with any othar. buld by iUma buaaa. Groma, DrnccMta, Ac WOLFF & RANDOLPH. PHIUDLXPH1JL JTAILROAD TIME TABLFS. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAlLJiOAD. SOMERSET t CAMBRIA BRASCII. DISTANCE AND FAKE. Miles. Fare. I 40 W 70 1 10 30 60 TO S 00 65 7 60 DO 90 1 80 Bomerxet to Btoyatown 9r.meret to rloovereville..-.. 6itnerset to Botlicl Somerset to Johnrtown , . 17 2-" . 36 . . 15 , 21 . 68 , 210 a , It Some nut to Rorkwood Souene to Garrett. 8omenH.-t.to Meyeradale... . Somerset ta Cumberland... homerart to Wacbinrton. Homern to Baltimore...... Somerwt to L'riina., Somerset to Confluence Somerset to Conuellville.. 8omi-netto Pitu-burh....... 110 The fare to Philadelphia U fJ.34, and to York, J 11.6a. S 40 New Winter Arrangamant In affaet lo. ti, tt. K0R1H-B0UXD TRAIXS. Johnstown express-No. n. t isnres. Riakwml... : a M KKET... 9-M a Oeleer CM s btoymown 7:'J1 s lUuveraville. 7:33 a Bethel 7:4S a Johnstow uTIir J5 s mail-no. ss. Leam. I 4rrror. Pittbnnfh....ll.!Ws ra JobuMown... 5 S0 Rockwood.... 3:45 p m Milfurd 3:47 a m lsouicret . 3:6.- p m Stoyklown... 4:J6 p m Hoeveniville, 4:6 p m Bethel 4:;.l p m Passtsnjets from Pittubonrb chang-e ears lor potnu on th boiuerset & Cambria at Kockwood. SOMERSET ACCOMMODATION-No. 95. f AlTHtS. S0MEBiETll:43 am Baltimore I on a m Pitulmreh 6:.y a m hVK-kwood 11 :.-u a m Mdford llijam Pawenri-r for Sincrvt from te eat snd went on th Pitbhurh liivuion, change can at Kock wood. S0UTII-B0UXD TRAIXS. BALTIMORE MAIL No. 92. t Amre Johnstown. :46 a m Bethel V:!a m Hxivenrrille !r:l a m 8uytown M 9:4.. a hi GeieT lo.lna m rXlMKRt-ET 10 16 am Milford 107 a m Rockwood 10:40 s m ruiuucrlamL l:'J5am N aKhinirton fl:x a m Baltimore . h.w a m Iuuturgti... 60 p m Pasftenircr for poiuu east and wt4 rVra osi at Koi'kwoud. AfX-OMMODATION-No. 9t- cotr Johnxtown s0 p m Bethel 3 & pm lbMivcrville.- S-4H p m i?toyHiown 4M p m tieiKer.... 4:f- p m SENMET 4::)l pm Milford 4 t2 p m Arriret Rockwrnl 4-4 p m t'limtierland .M '.-ir. p m Pitibiiri!h 8 : p m W ahinKtan.. 7:-'0 a m Baltimore... k:M a m Paenirers for east and west change can at Kockwood. ROCKWOOD ACCOMMODATION No. 96. t Jsntr I Arrira Somfrset 2 4.1pm Rockwood 2:43 nn Milford 2:31pm I Paseneer leavine ou thia train ca mak oou nectiou at Kockwood wiut UUUt apfwa Uaiua east and we&t, Duly, t Dally except Sunday. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. PITTSBURGH DIVISION. EAST-B0UXD TRAIXS. l'iiifr a H 'A. TVainj rat JSitft. ic ilaiL Urartu. Pitu-biirifh 7:io a. h. h. so a. m. VklQ r u. Bra.id.Hk 7:-JS " 116:1 " MrKeesMrt 7::i " Pi:8 " West Newton K " l.'::i7 " 11:25 " imiad For.1 V.ii " LIS " 1:4 ConnellnriUe 9:.1 " Irjo " VJ:M ' Cil io Pvle 11:16 " 21H) 12 : C.fluence 1):S7 2:l " Piif.a. m. Lena 10:41 " 2:24 " lr22 Caie!man 11:06 " 2 44 " ., Rockwood 11:15 " 2-ftf " 1: S l.arrelt 11:32 " S"0S " ialibiirv Juncll.42 " S:li t Meyeradale 11.4.S " i IS " Kcvrtone ll::J t 3 24 r. M. Sarid Ptfh ' &l " zai " r'u-.hampuia :iJ i " n " fcairhoi li: " 4. " Hvndman 1244 4:20 " S:27 Cumberland 1.14 4:66 8:60 " Wanhiuirton :M6 " K.S6 " Baltiiaore (arrive) 10:45 " 9.45 " WEST-BOUXD 1RAIXS. I'ltUmt'n'Si TVrtinl Leant Cumbered Ac Mai. ixprem. Baltimore . a. a. -00 a. a. r. it. Waahinirvon " :ift " Cumberland X-00 " 1.2n r. M. t JQ a. u. Hyndmau 8-35 " l:ts ' 6 ' Fairhnpe -4A 2:12 0 " Southampton (t-56 " " 91 " Sand Patch ' 2:S0 " .0:15 ITeyatone " 2:M " 18 I " Mevemdale 9-a0 " J-oo " 10-2 SalUbury June. 9-S1 " S " la v " (Hirrett - " S IS M 1CU14 " Rockwood -'6 341 )aa Cawelman 10-06 " " lt4o t'niina 10-12 " tii " 11- " Confluence 10-5T7 i4 - ll:sa " OhibPrle lo- " 417 " 11-50 " Connefln-ille ll-SB 4:M " 12-S6 " Broad Ford 11-66 ' 6J ' 12:0 " Weat Kewtnn 12-45 p. M. 6:42 " 1:30 " McKeeHport 1-24 - :15 2:14 " Bradd.H-k 1-JMS " :2S " 2:2 " Ar. Pittahurgh 2-60 " 6M " 2.50 - The time given is Eastern Standard Time. Mail Train connect at Rockwood with trains to and from Somerset and JohnHown, at Hy ad man with train to and from Bedford, at Garrett with train to and from Berlin, at Salisbury Junc tion with trains to and from Salisbury. M TVorw ObpV PaMngcrt wVre 7Tm tt Give. W. M. CLEMENTS, Manaarr. CilAS. O. bCL'LL, Gen. kua. Aj't. X irrj eu-fei im Wo Vli )Mt smttl r" rW''-M iqa w vf rvi' m TsluttMr art 1 ai ihni vu I Ml V9 M-sxi. tm IB-If M ttO v mil pf v.r lsi, rat! mun U ntitarftT. 1 IM MUX hlt 1a mtf wrttT IU sl4r psj , i-v. -i -.:ji ait t.MU:i.NI(ht 'amftELSs hiihim pttsl now tsrit Isr b t. Mr utiri, aiuf nte- iriuM m ttW wart4. Ait it tiHttf i9)Mr-tsms prtt. i J . wmo wftui to w at rmm . cur rrr? itM bstt wmmHmi-iM im tlM warUi. and tl tl-r-.t Sa ifwt-rk.of hch intvtt sfcjw 9sxrf ttwT ia AfRtrfic TUl Ksic t o., Uk 7 AO, Avgwlii, hktlm FOR SALE. H0R0UGHBRED BERKSHIRE flQS. six weeks old, s 95 09 per pair. BROOD SOWS, with iron 12 to f 20 00. CWIDdif It I,s Croat with Berkxhlre. THOROUGHBRED C0TSWCLD LAMBS) at 15 00 to $!0 OJ, accooiinif to flic. WelKhl from 115 to 140 pi.vr.tis tb Thee Lamia for Stock, wrhrhiiif aver 500 poun.J to the pair. Orders filled in rotatiqe. P. HEFFLEY, Bclrtl tt Br.MEKKET, Pa. DMINISTRATOR-S NOTICE. kfcialeof Jacob 8. Llvengnod. dee'd, late of Elk lick Twp., aorocnart dn,. Pa. Letteri of admiuixtrailon on the above estate havinit been rranted Ui the undersigned by the ln.er autliuritv, notli ia hereby ijiveti to all j-rMi iiidcbu-d to said estate to make Immedi ate payment, and thoee bavin tiaima or demand-, airaiict the aame will present them duly authenticated tar settlement to the nndi-r-imed m Nn urdav, Octobur 12, li, at the late residence of deceased. j r. I1WRT. stplL Aduunislpsior t,.'!3il T I i. .i'W..lmilp. iS rr i 7 i insJaV' iu. m. iii iw nee ! - . '-5-iM in rath i WAVES' WILD WORK. Big Storm Along the Eastern Coast. It was a great storm. Fur Along time it will be referred to In tlie meteorological sti nals ss the great cyclone of September, IM0. It wsa one of thof-e nierry-go-roiiml stornw, generated in tlie el Indies, where tlie wind jis whirling around In a circle per iiaps 600 miles In diameter, -and tiie nearer the centre on gets the lisrder the wind blows, nnlii one reaches (he heart of it, where there U a cslra. This storm has been traveling along the gulf stream fiir a week. and for three dsjrs the northwest quarter of its are bag bern over the northeast corner of Uncle Sam's domain. Tho wind has howl ed, a it always dues when a cyclone is around, and there have been stirring times along tliore. Such waves as are seldom s.vn have disturbed the benches, and the Kil! who owned boats and uliijuttiul bath liotitcs. The ruin lias been p titiculurly great lietween l.'ape God and the IVIaware ln-ak water. live were lust in Atlantic City, nor wa4 any serious d.-struction wrought there by the Mi irrn, txrept alonir the beaoh. The greater portion of the boardwalk and moat of the ktructiires ulot),; it were damaged or detrovei', and at one time nearly llie whole of the city was tljoilod by the hih tides. L-'s tK-ean Terrace propeily, already dam ajed by the waves, was destroyed by fire. A number ol yachts are reported to have been wrecked it. thoroughfare and creek at Atlantic City. It is learned that at Sea Isle City two hotels and about a dozen cottages were swept away, and some of the cottages were flooded to their third stories. Kifort-i are being made to repair the railroad so us to get provisions to the place. - Kt'porU of iletruction and damage to roj-erty come from all portions of the New Jerey and Long Inland coast-, but the only serious loss of life is reported in Delaware Bay. Three schooners have been wrecked on Fourteen Foot Bank, and it is feared that 31 lives have been lost. The ship W. R. Grace Is ashore on the point of the Capes, and has had her masts cut away. At Lewes, a guar dian City of Cape Ilenlopen, twenty-six vessels, broken and forlorn after their bundl ing with wave, lie in a dismal line along a two-mile stretch of beach, with the storm still furiously hudiiug them. The total lot along the Atlantic coast is nearly two millions. The ocean hammered away at the Sandy Hook Peninsula opposite the foot of the Highlands of Nave-sink, until it succeeded in reopening the passage into the Shrewsbury River which has been closed since the'days of the Revolution. The waves tore out bulkheads, carried away the beautiful lawns which were the pride of the summer cot tagers, and toppled several elegant cottages, down into the boiling surf, where they were almost instantly knocked lo pieces. One of the saddest features of the storm was the encroachment of the sea along the front of Long Branch. Here the storm car ried away bathhouses and pavilions and cut huge ga(s in the blull which skirts Ocean avenue the famous sea drive. On Thursday night a perfect reign of terror prevailed among tl.e cottagers from Highland Beach as far south as Monmouth Beach. Many of thera sat up all night, almost wild with terror. It was pitch dark, and the storm raged so furiously that even strong men weie unable to face it. At Asbury Park the loss was not as severe as it was further north. James A Bradley, the founder of the town, had his tWous wotxlcn ocean promenade badly damaged and one of his big pavilions was partially undermined by the surf. The sand was cut out from the beach from Deal Lake south, through Asbury Park aud .Ocean Grove lo Avon-by the-Sea. The tame story of wrecked walks pavilions and bathing-houses comes from all parts of the coast below Ocean Grove as far as Sea Side Park on the narrow line of sand that lies between the ocean and Barnrgat Bay. At several places lieiwccn the head of the bay and Sea Side Park the ocean broke over into the bay, carrying wiih it liuudreJsof feet of the track of the lang Branch and Philadelphia Railroad division of the Penn sylvania Railroad Cuuiiany. A Fortunate Young Lady. Miss Jennie Martin, 176 North street, Kochester, N. Y., says: "I Buffered long from Kidney complaint home physi cians failed to afford relief. A friend in duced me to try Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, made at llondout, N. Y. The effect was wonderful. When I had ta ken two bottles I was cured, and have had no trouble since. I write for the ben efit of others." "You are a domestic servant"' t,ked a lawyer of a female witneju in a Liver pool court the other day, No, sir," she indignantly rUl, "I ata a house maid." It is the Experience of Multi tudes Of intelligent people that a persevering nse of Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Iiemedy, of Kondout, X. Y will cure Fever and Ague, Biliousness, Rheuma tism, Debility of the Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys, and Bladder, and all disorders arising from an impure state of the LJuod when no other medicine or treatment has been of any permanent benefit. Regulators Kill a Nro and His Daughter. Li'A.XKril. L , Sept. li Thirty white regidalurs eammltted a biutal murder about si wilts from here Monday night. They demanded admittance to the house of Kose luond, colored, who had been 'whipped and ordered to leave some time before, but were refused and opened fire on the, rabin, the old man responding and killing one of their number, after which ho attempted to escape. He wat overtaken and killed, and his 15 year old daughter bad her throat cut fiom ear to far. No arrests. A Family Gathering, Have you a father? Ilave voa a moth er ? Have voa a son or ilauj;htor, sister or a brother who haa not yet taken Kemp's Bala?,u for tiie Throat and Lungs, the guaranteed remedy Jor the cwra t Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup and all Throat and Lang troubles.? If so. why? when a sampls bottle isgladly giv en to you free by any druggist anil the large size costs only 5c and f 1.00. Remarkabla Law Suit. ruovniurcK, IL I., September It. The basement of the county court house waa full of cats to-day, and the halls and corridors ol justice echoed with the howls of the felines who had been corralled from the several states in New England some being brought here in baskets from a distance of 4J0 miles. The presence of the caterwauling tribe was occasioned by another bearing in ihe first aud only cat case brought in Ibis state, a case which brings into prominence the family of Noble D. W. Demuun and Miss Caroline Richmond. Both families belong to the Upper crust of society and both claim own ship of a tortoise cat. The Demunns owned the animal and it strayed to Miss Rich mond's house and she has kep,t it. Ttie De munns introduced expert testimony last Saturday to prove the age of the cat, and they apparently won the case. The other side was given until to day to put in rebutt ing evidence, and this consisted of the col lection of cats referred to which had been gathered regardless of expense by a young man who was on the road all week picking up tortoise cats with pedigrees sworn to for the purpose of springing them on the expert and confounding him as to his knowledge of ages. Unfortunately for ths rUchtuonds the expert was not hereto be confounded and so they went to a great deal of neediea ex pense. At Miss Richmond's instance the reporters were excluded from the bearing and the greater part of the day was taken up with the secret inquiry upon which a de cision is to be given by the master in chan cery, who is acting as arbitrator. AflY OUE CAN DYE DYES ,y A Drees, or a Coat ) finy Ccor Ribbons, Feathers, fob Yarns, Rags, etc. ) tem cents and in many other n SAVE Money, .r4 n.ke Ihinri look Uk. NEW, by i.i DIAMOND DYKS. 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X0S. 95 AXD 07 FIFlH AYEXVE, PITTSBURGH, PEXX"A. a All Or-len recount try mail or ulteviV tntl rerrwr urfmpt .i-iii.,a. -tm Somerset Lumber Yard . EL1AS CUNMINGHAM, MANV7ACT1,Raa AJD DlllJl WHOLBlLIt AXD RETalLIB OF LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS. Hard and Solt TVoods. OAK, POPLAR, HIDIXG8. PICKETS, MOCLDISG3, ASH, WALNUT, FLOORING, BASK, STAIR RAILS, CHERRY YELLOW PIVE. 3HINGLES. DOORS BALC8TTR3 CKEPTNVT. WHITE PINK. 1TH, BLTNIb, Ji EWKL POPT3. A General line W all rradea of Lumaer ana Bulldlnt Material au J Koortng Slate kept in stuck Also, tan furnish anythlnr in the 1 ue of oar buaineaa to order with reasonable. prumpineaa, such aa iracketa. Od t tiled work, etc. ELIAS CTJSnNTSTGrl-IVl, Offlco and Yard Opposite S. &C. It. R. Station, Somerset, Pa SLTTE2A.C SCIENTISTS AS PRACTICALLY Over 500 Coautiful Designs. MONUMENT L BRONZE COMPANY , aaxDOEPOkf. cos:i. stcix Slfjf Send for t?-C!rct:trc. nPC - II. H. Downs' Vegeta ble Balscmic ESixir Is a jiositive euro lor Coughs, Culu. ( rouf , AVliooiiins-C'ouli, Catarrh. Il.iatse ncss, Inilitcnza, Spitting JJlotxi, Er mcliitis, A-'-tlimo, Lun fever, Pleurisy, nml id diseases of tho Throat, Chest aiu.' Luns. As an EipeL-tunutt it Juts 1:0 vi-unl. Ccnsumjition lias Iceu cured time---without liunibt r hy its timely use. It ht.i'.s the ulcerated surfaces, and cun-s w it j all lii;er remt-dics faX f:fty-six years of constant use has proven its virn.es. Every family tlmuld. keep U 1:1 the In .use. Sold everywhere. Henry, JoUusou i .Xoid, rroprittois, Eu-.Iiugton, Yt, Dr. Henry BarrteT's W3andrake Bitters are a sure cure for Costiveness, liihc-uK ess, Dysjic6ia, Iudipcstion, I)iseases of the Kidneys, Torpid Liver, RheuTroUurr , Dizziness, Sick Ileadiu-he, Ltiss of ApiK-tit-, Jaundice, Apoplexy, Palpi tativns, Irruptions awl Skin Diseases. Keep the Stom ach, Bowels, and Digestive Organs in good working order, and perfect health w:)l bo the result. Ladies anil ethers suhjoct to Sick Headache will iind relief atnl permanent euro hy tha use ft tho Bittt-rs. Lt'iiig tonic ar.d mildly purgative tliey purify tho blood. Pries 25 cl j. per Ixittle. For sale 1 y ail dealers in m di cine, Eenry, -Joluison fc Loid, I'ropiictors, Burlingtou, Vt. Henry, Johr ison & Lord, Proprietors of Arnica and Oil Liniment m and bet external remedy for Rhea roatism, Neundgia, Cramps, Sprains, Bruies, Burns and Scalds, Sciatica, Back Ache, Frosted Teet and Esrs. and all other Pains and Aches. It is a safe, suee, ai A effiftual Iw:medy for Galls. Strains, Scratches, Sores, Ac, on Horses. One tr'.al -will prove. IU merits. It effect are in mt cases instantaneous. Every boi ;tle warranted to givo satisfaction. Price 2o cU. nnd 50 cU. per bottle. SuliI evr irywhere. 11IESECKER & : SNYDER, Agt's., Som rsct. Cleanse the System wlin tli.it ny r--h.-iihh medicine Palne's ' .-iery C.jDipouniL It porm-s the bloort, cares Const lotion, and rcg-ulates tie UeraDd klilneTs,e(IectuaIly ci ans lEf the system of ail waste and dead matters. line's Celerv Compound cornWn.-s true nerve tonic auJ streTijtUlnff qiialltlea, rev!lD the ea. rles and p!riLH. I have been trrnihiwl far snrne year with complication of ciltTicuitl'-s. Alter trytr ? Duns reme.ll.-v snJ m-t tindin? p-tl'-f. 1 trie i Palu"'s celery Cnmp.nn't. Kef-ir-: tiik'.n one fill h..me the loriit trvil.l.-nmn STtii.r-.a.s r ean tHutiK.i. an.il cm truly snv now. in.it I feet like a new nmn. Motion Kn.-i tmiin.-.l, an.l I hive palne.1 ten i.Min'tM In weltit since I oave conun.-ncil latin the Cuiiipounl." Uusitsrii !TgB!a. l-elciivuie, Tt. Il.tm. Six for W on. At Dnu.tri.ua. Whjj, Kicaaaosoa & Co., JiurilcUin. Vt. ' . a. m - f oJa lX- -ft TV t ci IT-WILL PAY YOU to sct Tora " Wm. F. SHAFFER. 80MERSET, PEWA., Jlauuff.-turerof and Dealer in Jieulern Wurk Fwnutked on Miort Xotiee, la a3 GMw emi m mm m Alto, AjrnlJurU WUITE D&OSZE! Permris in neej of MONUMENT WOTtK wll lln.l it U their imert-3! u. eall at my sbop. wh.-re a jroer nhcwins will be ien them. -t- fci'-ri.'n tar.inrf.f m hfery imr, and i'Hl Li Kk Y LO W. 1 iuviie ;ecial atteiitiuti to toe White Bronze, Or Pure Zino Monumnet . liilnxliioed l y RT!V, W. A. PING, as Decided luipmireirteDt ia tlie pmnt of MATKKIAL AND Cd.NSTUl'iTIO.N. and which i destined tot tiie Popular M'-rHim.-iit f.-r our Changeable Cli mate. tf GIVE HI A CALL. WM.P. SHAFFER. DO IT MOW fnssj,'S:'. ! i ia : f if ,1 a &AU i t .". OuD HONEST r-i WILL f.OOM fin ti .." S SVLETER TH(ANl CjHriU BACCOo, A!D VILL p.-jV? l. n f ASK YC-'R CZALES 1 UJ' and insist cn err". " ?7 ABOv'E Cut. :q ft- i teiiB.w t 9! j,A"urtuM. if-a v - I -an 1 :,' .;iii":XY:- a 1 ti i ii in Iti rHHin.rH.il. Tu.rn.nt...' 11K ' f s-- aU-iiiliia-i'-" &J.,2;3S.r.:S.:.i. 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