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eu(?gtlons for Bee-Keeprs.
I!-o-kpopcn c.uKit thoroughly ti in derKlar.il ti.e honey rrscur.v-'.fibeir lo xlitit. They rbuU know when to x(.t honey fl"- Wli,n t!je Vmt cotm, the rxiwtt-J harvest may not come, b it the l.ee-kHt-r "houid in n.li-.ew for it It is possible to have raid honey flow -"u" n, becauw there are not nutlicH-nt plus i.- r to u:it!iT it. e- are valuable hen there is hon-y to gather ; at other time? they are conMiiuers. Less colonies can e '"ore fiuccess- full v wintered in the cellar than out of doo'rs; while by rror i-rotect ion and care in the snng such colonies can be broupht up to the requisite rtrength in time for the honey harvest. If by surb manaent we are able to w rednce our colonies in strength during the non- producing lime of the year that stores are saved to the amount of from three to five pounds ir colony, wc are well jid for our trouble. Kapid breeding Ute in winter or vety wlv in the spring i undesirable. No'.h ingw qnirkly wears out bees as the rear ing of brood, and the more unfavorable the condition the greater the wear. It is better that the . should remain quiet until warm weather furnishes the most lavorable conditions for biood rearing, when the same expenditure of vitality will produce two bees instead of one. If tfee liees in the cellar are quiet ad show no lignt of dysentery, don't allow a warm dav to t'mpt you to their removal. Leave them in until the honey or pollen may be gathered. Some 1 keoi-ers leave them until considerably later than this, and if the bees are to receive no extra protection when m-n their summer stands, this course is advisable. Hut the bees are not always quiet sis spring af proaches. The character of their food ,v have l n su-h as to overload their intestities, anl linu-M" iin-j -lowed an oprtunity -f voi.lin? their f,,-es. death ill rwilt, or their vitality become so impaired that death will oon claim them. Whether the bees ate quiet or not, I would carry them to the.r summer stands as P-x.n as there is p-lien to 1 gathered, and then I would protect them bv a. .me temporary covering. Aside from f xd in abundan.-e. warmth is the one thing needed to promote safe, .Hriv breeding. An ordinary colony illV-nerate suTi. ier.t beu' loenat-k- the I.-. tn rear as mil h brood as they can lend : the tr.,uh! is that ' much of this I bent i lo-t bv radiation. In less there is considerable brood j.rewi.t when the bees are taken from the cellar, protection i- not needed very much at t rst not tin til a quantity of brood lias !"n .levelop ed. I have learned from repeated ti-H-rimclit that protection allow or en ables the bees to develop greater quanti ties of brood, but I do not conbider this ttie crcatest ud vantage of protection. The point is just this. We often have nice, warm w eather for three weeks. The alders, elnis and maples (doom, posmbly il.e cherries, and all this has encouraged the l-e to exU-nd their hrooil until the i.. ..n !l..l. Then comes it cold '-snap." The mercury goes down to freezing, or nearly there, and remains . for several davs : perhaps the groiina i cr.vei-ed w ith two or three im hes of unow. More than once have I and ray bees i.aased through such experiences and to our sorrow. The cold drives the bees into a compact cluster in the center of the hive. Half of the brood, perhajw mn. is outside of the cluster, w here it jM-rishes. The newly hatched bees, if any there are, are tender, like a newly batched chicken, i nd easily succumb to the cold. The old bees have lost their vitality iu bringing into existence the biveful of brood, and the cold snap is the 'last straw" needed to send them to the Wtom of the hive. Weak colonies in lousing through such severe weather un protected, almost invariably die. Ordi nary colonies are rendered practically w orthless for the season, and strong colo ue are not improved. Such low tem Krature des not usually come so late in the seaon, hut it is liable to come Dy year, and "col 1 snajw," even if not se vere, come alimwt every spring; while the loss that Miy o.vnr from an unusual ly severe sjx-ll of w eal her lute in the spring, w ill lie sufficient to pay for the expense of protecting the bees in the spring for several years. Se vend times, when protecting the bee in the spring after taking them from the cellar, I have left a few of the most populous colonies unprotected. In the early morning, or during cool days, the bees in the unpro tected hives nould be found closely clus tered, while those in ttie protected hives would be found crawling actively about all over the combs, and a puff of smoke would drive them down an inch or two, and expose large quantities of sealid brood. When the honey harvest came, a ma jority of those protected were actually stronger than those left unprotected. Some have compared this packing of bees in spring to a stimulant. It is not a ptimulant as I understand the word. It simply confines the heat of the los, allowing them to spread out and rear and protect larger quantities of brood. iive them the proper conditions for following their instinct in the direction of brood rearing, and no additional stimulus is needed. W. '.. Hutchinson in L'wutry (.' n'i nnrt. Thoroughly Fair-minded. A abort time apooneof St. Paul's prom inent dealers in musical instruments gave an opening, embracing an attractive en tertainment, to the public.. The succeed ing day a youn? man denominated in circus patois a a ' I.'ub" walked leisure ly into the establishment, and said : "Got an icecream on draught "This is not a refreshment bazaar," re plied a salesman, softly. "I k no wed that, but yer bad some in here yesterday." "Oh, yea, that waa an opening day, and we did entertuin a lare tiutnber of our friends wi'li mum. Yon should li-ve lieen around.'- "I warn 't, though, but I kinder reck oned you might have some left over. Couldn't you manage to give away some ifam:in was to buy a musical instru ment?" and the "youth pu ked up a MO guitar, thrummed it carelessly, at the (wine time resting his husiliak eye on a 'j0 upright piano. "1 think we could ; Charlie aee if theie isn't aome cream in the ha -k room for this gentleman. I'lease wa'k right in, air." The prosjiective customer walked in as directed and was handed a nut-brow n chocolate ice. "Yi r give some cake, too, yesterday, I understand." A plate of niacroons, jelly ctke and lady's fingers was promptly placed be side him, after which be demanded jflaas of ice water. Toe repast over, he re-entered the wa.esroom, wiping his mouth on the back of a big hand. "Wall, I'm through," he said. "Yes, sir, now what can I do for you 7" "( )f course I don't prp toeat your crenoi under false prefen You've to'ed ' n-jiiar with me an' I'll t"te s.pMrwithj voti. You iniy five ine ouh nf them , nickel- piece ki " I 1 in ther in- Uer." .V. I'i"t ;w. A S STER'S FUNERAL. A Quaint Service by the Old Mys tic Community. From the lao.icr Inquirer. guiidiv af ernoon the mortal rem.ui-of Judith Zeiians, or Sister Judith, a tbe wi usually known, were commuted to theear.li m the oid God acre, wiiLin the " Kloier" ground a; Ephrata. Ttip deceased was one of tue few remaining member of ttie M -tic jbba!arian C.;nrui:iity wli ti fl .unslirti in thai part of tin -aster noutity :. rbefuner.il services forruej a uiiiqueo :e ojftuy, which it is dubiful ifilsKpii c: be found outside o thi old coinmuiil'y Thedeoesed, who was a widow, in her HJnd year, wae arrayed for burai af'er If manner of tbe formrr ist-rlio-il, ., wbil cap iipvio tier bead, tied muli ? atring under her chin, a uti wtiiti- irrcii el over her bosom, a white drew and Ion apron completing the costume. After the body was brought from tbe houae o the little cemetery it was placed upon a bier, and a byrun outlined and sung, then the lid wa removed lo let all take a lt looa at the d -eeaed. and so that ttie sun could once more bim upon her before abe wk consiKiied u, Ihetomo Afwr this wi djne tbe asaeni olaf adjourned to tbe daal'' or thecbapel of the former -'Spiritual Virgins," tbe unique structure with iu sharp gables and email windows, enited juat l years ago, wbicb adjoins the sister house. Here religious services wen; held by Rev. Mr. Wold, who came from the Sisters Dommunit in Frank lin county for the purKe. Tbe service consisted of singing, prajer and sermon over an hour long. When this was com pleted, according to the custom of the com- I mumty, tbe aire and a sketch ot the life of tbe deceased sister was read to the congrega- j lion. It was a strange sight, and one rarely seen at the present day, the members of Sabba tarian Congregation assembled in the Saal the f. males all in the garb of modern Duu kers, while the males, in more modern garb, were ranired on opposite sides of the room. The cadence of the plaintive hymn, as it was outlined and sung to a melody which originated in the community over a century ago. the gaunt, severe, expression of some of the men, together with the uniform garb of the women, all tended to call to the spec tator the times when Father Friedsam or Trior Jabei ministered at the altar, and the congregation was made up of the Recluse Monks and spiritual Virgins, who settled in the wild, mess on tbe banks of the Cocal ico, when the province was yet iu its infan cy, and there erected a monastic etablish ment, with buildings which even at the present day remain without an equal in this "Oiuilry, and which were suilable for their mystic rites and ceremonhs. These quaint structures, next to the edi tions ot their printing press, winch was set up as early as I'il. form the last rehia of the Mvsiickon the Cocalico. Famly Duty, The home circle is sacixnl and life has few larnis indeed if family ties are hurst asun der. The promotion ot happiness and ttie prevention of sickness are ot prime import anee in every household. It is iu the sprine that old and young alike are most susceptible in the hundred ot diseases that nil the al mosphere we breathe and lurk in the water we drink. The timely use 01 a reuaoie sum ulant is the only way' to curd against sick iiess in the home. Max Klen s "Silver Afce" and " luiUesne" brands of pure rye whisky are ttuiiu mended by physicians as (lie best invim-rator in the world. Both are sold under a sworn euarantee of purity. "Sil ver Aire" at H.fw per full quart bottle, and 'Ihiquene'' at i-1 'iV These whiskies are used exclusively in the leading hospitals, which is suthcientevidence that they are the best obtainable. ti jiltenheimer. Finch, Gibson and Overholt are sold by Mr. Klein at $1 per .mart, or tuq quarts tor Uis stoca ol ines. brandies, etc.. is the larirest in I'enn vlvania. tuxvis promiitlv shipped to all liarts of the I'nited Sutes. Send for cata logue and prit list, mentioning this paper, Reaper Death. At a special meeting of the North Fork Grange o. ') P. of H., held at Sipeville on Tues-lay. April 14, 191, the following resolutions respecting the recent death of our beloved sister, Annie Laura Schmucker a lio died April 3, Is.'U, at th? ejrly age of L'J years, 11 months and IS days Whereas, the angel of death has entered our Grange for the first time and has taken from us, one of our charter members. worthy and beloved sister, from the hus band a devoted wife, from the children an affectionate and kind mother, who iu life has proven herself a good neighbor, and a true friend : whose words aid acts of kindness, will long be remembered, by the thankful though now sorrowing hearts. Sister Schmucker was a member of the Reformed church. The funeral services were conducted hy Rev. I. N. Berger, her pastor. His text is recorded in 1st Corinthians, l.'uh chapter, 'X verse which reads as fol lows: "The last enemy that shall be de stroyed is death." God calls our loved ones, vet we lose not wholly, what be has given, fhey live on earth, in thought, and deed, as truly as in Heaven, therefore I'.r.-ilie'l, That we tender oursymnatliies to our bereaved brother and family in time ol this great sorrow and atl! ct ion, and that our charter be drapsd for SO days. Ilrt Jml, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the bereaved husband a copy be enterej on the minutes of the gramr, also a copy b; sent to the Farmers' Friend and to the cjunty pipers for publication. Gakkiel Kline, H. W. BiTTNEa, H. F. r.lTTSKK, Committee. State of mo, City of Toledo, I.its Cof.vrv. j Frank J. Cheney makes oath that lie i the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney &. Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said finn w ill pay the sum of 5.i: HI XDKLI) IXILLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HaH'e Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this ttth day of Iecember, A."l. 1SSC. seal. A. V. GLElSON, Sutanj Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mu cous furfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. fe-Sold by Drupfristg, 75c Llstonburg and Vicinity. The farmers are done sowing oats, and ara petting reaily to plant corn. Mr. J. I.. Augustine, is buy painting his new house. Tbe trout season is here again, and the beautiful trout are taken from White's creek by the hundreds. Mr. Samuel Wilhelm, is building anew barn. His son Jake being the bass carpen ter. iiire McMillen, is doing booming business in the tannery this spring. He contemplates eniatyeing his establishment this summer. Listonhurg misses the smiling fare of Mr. James Lentiart. He has moved to P.raJ dock and is going into the itmcery business. Mr. P.-ter Stuck, is clearing in Jerre Lis ton's store, in connection with his black smith trade. The residence of Wass Uninger, has been grwii!j improved iu appearance by a new porch in front of it. Mr. Most- lta'kVJri foreman in Wat-s & I.' lunger's plaining mill Is sufleriug with Li tirippe. Vim A walk. Eucklen's Arnica Salve. The BKt Pslve in the world for Cuts H.-ui.-es, Sores, X'lcT-rs, Sa't Rtieum. Frvrr j S reN Tetter, n.,ped Hands, riiilh'ains ""ft's. and a) Sk'n I". iiiiions and pinve j !v ni's I';i-s, or no y rfU:r-d. Ii j I rtiiiraiifm 1 to irivc 'f. K.tisf'.r'iiin or m !;ev refunded Prrs- i'i eei t it U.x. '. Fir fj!e by John N. Snyder, Imegist. Shoe Brush I Gets 6?Kl o1 WOLFFS ACME BLACKING And clean your Shoes WITH A SPONCE in place of a Brush. EVERY Housewife EVERY Cojnfng Rcwrq EVERY Carrage Owner EVERY Tqnftj Mechac EVERY Body ehie to h.-'d a b-ush BBorji.n up (U TAIN OL MCW rvRNITWNC WIU TII L CMIMAWAHC mtUL Stain voihi Oi ct MtU tTklM T COiCH mO at tue time. WOLFF St RANDOLPH. Pbllftrtelphl im r0, fmml mmd Mourn WntAiy DOES CURE CONSUMPTION In Its First Stages. He sure yon get the grnuinr. THERE l!S A WlllSKEt Which is uniform in its results, tw-snlcs in every other particular. Attested io oy evervone who has given it a thorough trial, and their name is li-ion. The pure 8 year old GUCKENHEIMER WHISKY Is the tvhi.-key, gold only by JOSEPH FLEMING & SON, Pru:!"riHts, Pittsburirh, Fa. As a Etrcrnrthener of the Nervous ! i System,::::: with special irood effect on the res piratory and digestive onrans, it i.s prououi'ced uueiialed. Price, full quarts J I, or six for $5. We now carrv a full and complete stock of all the lemliiie Fine Whiskies, both do mestic and f. .ri;n. givirgyou the oppor tunity to make yourch.i-.ee from the tim-st selection to b tia.l in the city at the loe-t jsiilile pr res that can be made for the uiia'ily and ae ol the g sjds fif Please send for full and complete price list, mailed free. Jos. Fleming & Sod, DRUGGISTS, 410 & 412 Market St., 1 and 2 Market. PITT3E723H, PA. Ladles are Imperially Invited. IJKIlK'iK SAI.K: The cv.mniii.io;i r of s-onifr-et r'onrty, I'a., will sell al pull:c sale, al 1 o clis k p. til., ou SATURDAY, MAY 15, 91, nu the pTvmisos. the Tnawmry f-r to abutment Uvr a ootnitv hrulse ovr tu-lT!mu rix r wlurc putli nai rnr" tin at rivr Is'Ueni Wct uer'n Riirt S. F. Mty-r.N', m rtumimt 1 w alt-d jirxiprtsHls fir an iron r sujM r-triii lure al alcove naiiMMi (.lace. lert U'twit-u almlim-m?, with a 14-foot niaduay will tx- rt-ciit at 1 o'rlork p. in.. May "li, at tUe .inriiiu.n rs i iiic, isoiiiL-m.'t. lu A.0 The wnwwirv fr one 1i:ifutent w ill t'wll at 2o lork i. in., u Tuesday, May ID, 18'.)1. on the premies at the bri te where the pnt '.ii road lea-hut: lrmi BakiTM iht- ti Nt-w l.rxiitKli.u n-ar Tri'iit iiitonice. crose laurel illtl Crt k iu Mi'idifvrn k I p. ALSO The maMitin- for two abulincii; Tiill te soM at 1 o'eks k p.m., on Wednesday, May 20, on the pretnios, wbrre the imMIc ronil li'iulinp irorn stiaiiksviiie to! o-emHii pi Monyenen. In Sitonvereck Imii. Sfnn-'I iirointMil- litrnti lr..ii or wcskI sii.crtnicuire i tvet ti.na. II l-iil marl whv for saul hrnlKe will lie Tvceiv.ii unli Ml o'ftiiek ho May UM, at tlie .'lln!ni:olu'r!l of tiee, toinervei, I'a. AI-0- Sealen rnpisials lur an lion or wornt .ny-Ttrue-ture. w till irun pitrm, V too; nia'lwny. ' k-,-1 1.ii lor inoce over i-aurei mmii. in AiirKiienr I up, where the nwil frum MiHiikkvilleto ,;r balti inorx1 rrosseii said irem, will le reeeivrl until loo lis'k a. m., on 1 tiitrMlay. Miir jj, ill, al ihe COUlinLsslollcrh uliuc. -niitrfl !'h. l.K'iK'.l. I'. hIMVKIX, Aet . si HI' sili ili Kit i U. Werneh, W ll. K. I in, 'lerk i tua nisioiiers. 01' PARTITION. To Caw-lmor Crainnr Indian Head. Fayette niiiily. t'a : rNttuini 1 mmer.of Seolnliile. Kayelli" ( oiimv, i'a. ; Wiu. Oattier, Indian Hi'iet, Fnvi'.te 1 ninny I'a. : Pavel i' ( rai::ir, liidiaii Head, Kiuetle Ciuimy, P. ; Hir A. I rarner. lntennnrrleit wit h c Meyer-, ol Si-ondale. Ve.tmrviHnd tlo-.Ta : M:iirie t'rainer. iuterinarriiil ;ih Her-nHP. Wijiiu er. StHhll".vn. We.-lmi.i'elniiil I'mmly. I'a ; Kaehel ersmer. InU-rniHrrieii i ii.Hjni.u Ad Bm. iHsrden str.-ei. rillltti'-h. I'a. : H.lza ramer. IndiMn Head, t'a ; M-try i'ra:uer 10 terniarrii d will. Krel I) L-ntz mMa! -, Wrt.Tiiioreli.Tid I'.mely IVuu'a : hlien H ramer, of Vtajil" Vaiiey. Wa-Uinti.ii, John J. OraniCT. ol M Itun," 111., Uirnilii rm m.T. of ti'.tleii, luiwi Hniiiiiuiii rram r. of H I Lfl I.i! , iio.nl. il.,la. Hin'SoU ramer. ol i-unlirnlc-. Nell. Man ( Vainer Hi kI of Hur llel? Set. , Kate r:n-r I fl.li v, lertiint. la , Sarah I 'ramer M.mre. Hul. !.,(, n , 1.. InnJ " I ramer. H,r!ilaml. Smuh iiakma. Kau- B Mnore. ot Kmiona l. h o Jul, u ll inman. of Salwiha. K.leis, O'llarra lloa man of Aarmis ville. utim. iid lloainan, Juv. Ohio, Fran-ri- Kiiira .wen. of Kn-a ity tin . W in H-k'ei . of KiiKtoria. leun, Jane B Moriaruy of Foiuria, O, and ha rah Howmau. aboee pft-lden'-e is unknown. Von are herehy m.t:titl that in rmrmanre of a Wril of fartnmn ine'l ihh if Iheorpan.' I'o.irt SimelNet Co., I'a.. and to me direeted. 1 wdl h. ild an iniiiefit on tin1 iiremiMir mi the rel estate of iiaiinierK. I'ranier.oec .situate in Mid-tleerm-k TnwtishJp. siotivrsiit I'.aieiv, Ptt.. on M'.DiIht, iht lsmday.it Mnv, iyi,wln-unil ahereyoucau ailend if voti ihiDk .rtiKT. tilwriffs littlee, I ISAIAH OisiD domeraet, MrerilT. PUBLIC SALE KEAL ESTATE ! NOTICE ii h?rvtr given that we v ill ofl'or forfait iu ptibiic outcry, on tuv pn-mivcs, ou SATL'DAV. MAY 3t) l.vjj, at 1 o'clock n. m., a certatn lot of emend fx fin f.'et, hituatc iu ihr lkinacl. of lV"t-rlin:. .iner" wl t (MilUT. I'a.. adjollillig lot ol K., w'ukins C'emetery, ai.d other. TEKM3 MAHE K.VOWX OS" Dav OF SALE ABRAHAM AHifSTIXS HAhkl.-l.V WAI.TFK. Trunet of F.v Liiili.van C!ir.reh apr9. 'VJ W I 1? N"TKE IS " I IV I. !ivi n thai ihe lIVKKIiY Kiv n ihatihe Ita.ou-ini? Aeeount have l'U Jlie.1 in mr ntlm- nrf be nrvwnteij to the Oairl for' ooni.nuulion on We.liK-vlay. May ti : TiieaeeiHini if w m. J. Ka.T. Trot.-c f..r Nin ian Irun. i.-cea.t. . h-m !.. r v,, T. The 0. eiety tor the Keii,.( i M.oi.ieo. ami their Widows Clthe Hef.irm.-l ( hui h ,rf-ir r. S.. ant olherii. -i'iiH mi , Hint of Tnhiaii nhnir. t'ommuiae of Vary VVaik- r, n luli.oe l'rot i.n.rtarv oil.ee. I W. If PVVrK. May Ii, !vl. Protdnuourr. YOU CAN FIND TrttS a vili owiika,l uf jT9riifii ml Wwti s . t-,'" AS " ( j 1 1 W . i V"flL50 CURES Smells Well RONcnTs,couGHSL INaPlEKT CONSUMPTION, KHY-FEVER, STWW.ETC- Crcolar free Br PETER Y06EL, Somerset. PA- Johnstown Business Houses. YQUKSS City Drug Store, Near Dibert Building, Next to Postotnce When in the city don't fail to mil and see a at our prominent location, where you will find one ol the prettiest and mis' attract ive jirng Stores in joHsrsTOAViSr The public nmroonce it a gem We carry a full line of Pure Irups. M-dicincs, Chemi cnls. Toilet Articles. Sic. Physiciana Pre script ions Carefully Compounded. IU"sp,ctfiillv Yours CHAS Yl''t, Johnstown. Pa Graduate of the I iiil a. College of Pharmacv. T ..FINE OLD WHISKIES Aud Imjortea I.iqnoni nM In bulk and bfthe OLD CAM SET, TO U HOOKS WSl'Jf HOLLOW, Gl'CKESBEIMER, FIXCU S GOLDES WEDP1SG, 67BO.VS XX XX WHISKIES. James Itennessv. Psut ritiBols. Ccrnar, Wilbur riitiriKU s " nwrj Kiaeiiwrry i oniiai. aiso, Bcitior J aud Somerset 1'ii'e Kj e W hLnties, with age. FISHER & CO., 309 Main Street, Johnstown, Pa. ARTISTIC JOB PRIN1ING A SPECIALTY. HARRY M. BENSHOFF, MANUFACTURING STATIONER AN'D - IJLANK HOOK MAKEll. HANNAM BLOCK, JOHNSTOWN. PA. HARDWARE THC OLD SNB Writ KNOWN HOWl tTOHI Of (DKCEASED,) Is now in full blast under the charge of the undersigned. I keep in stock all articles in my line, from a needle to a Hay Fork. The finest of CUTTLERY A Specialty BOTTOM MICKS HCLE TllF. ROOST, AVM. P. DIHliT. At the old stand on Main street. Johnstown, Pa. "SCHOFF'ST Pirk 8ui!din; Main Street, Opposite Aims Hal', JohnHtown, SPECIAL VALUES IN LACE CURTAINS! With every pair of Curtains we ffive the polt for 16 o-nts'aii'1 KiwtinT" our Curwins ebraptr ihnn tbe Ham (piHiity can be lmrit el3- htre. i All nui 4'xaniin? tjnality and pric-. A cimpleU' tinv df Dry (.tOk1v at luvve-4 ri-. SCH0FFS, Main Klreet, Park Building opposite Alma Hall. Johnstown Pa, THE POPULAR DRUG-STORE, Comer of Main and Franklin Streets, J; o- ir; r: s: Ti o: w- tx.p- v la now filled with all the bert DR,TTC3-S In the TDftrket, My motto. " LO U PRICKS AXD qVICK RETURSS" rigl'lly ailhen-d to. anttf 1 and fill n t i faction guar A full line of FWS GREEN AND WhUEhELEEORF A! way en hand, CHARLES GRIFFITH. EotJndshoe HOUSE. T11E NEW KlJiiM IN THE DIBERT BUILDING, Corner Main and Franklin Sts., Mens, Womens's tfli.M y.Mlity, ami a' LOWEST I'RH E nn la louiid, in tyle uf at) makei, I am prvpared to ftiruoet witb one and all dealer in ttr i m r. . It I k i" 'Hal. SCOTT DIBERT. .'0. 88 FRANKLIN STREET. JOHNSTOWN SUPPLY HOUSE. JOHN H. WATERS &BR0. PLUMBERS, S72AH Al,.) C?AS P1TTES3. We a'e now itKlilihed in oyr new bnlldlnjr, whi'ii, a-e ran afeiv av. in ihp ltft-arrn,.4 r. our Idkiiiww in WeMem leun-f Ivauia t.-1 n tliiiic p.'nani.nit to the I'lumbing. -uwn and La-. l'UinKi r m-.i ?n au'lr. Up . ill as f.a-rneHv. rive enrefiil rtMT.tin the -iTKM AN.. m.T WATtK HKOIV. tni liiex. .inr forni-r e3.t in lhk llm. enbrae Tne ot t'ie lanrest brijrti.jgv in uhe county, iiti CTitin- ni(eei In th- slfPLT lfTA RTM EVT we earry a fnll line of Rut.tr and le ather Bi ltinir, Siem axul Water H. Valves. I'llcoto"- I II rieMtnr t,m Laura. Iron t'ipe Filiiiig, Etc. Priees ouoletl on aoiiieauim ewp Drthi Y- i w" hv m, Anna i tv. A ost.tv ar j T a , . ain, 1 -Fl-lin. t .UK. 'V' ee mt, Dt hen p domr h wf !1 Why m - y v.r m9 mm r Zm.tm -C ' k ' Kthi ho. r Allay-.. .(. xutw jt. n wim in wof, ( imrvtmm - N t-.W and wH.n.f ,1 tt .. . .liallC!U.fe'ttaKrrt1i!Ul,M Your Boy Wants . - - t '"t iiii hki anjAiaa i M fi m , .. !ft,T.kPh- rFREE traK CotaU. t,M lilaanatieaa. TUr inMI wnnaena en Miauttistaitsu iatcacs.111. LIQUORS JOHN DIBERT i r-T CwUrf Farm Hint. A proper division of the garden into department is an advantage. Covrs just before calving need not a le- Iticed but a relaxing and cool diet. Pdsh your spriris work and ift as fur ahead of insect enemies as pfiesible. Yoo can't make an effort in the rght direction without doing some g khI. DrAttaite leaves the amouia and car- b inicaivid in the soil for plant f aid. Don't let your stock go unsheltered. during cold rains, because it is spriog. Some knowledge of the composition of foot is e-s- n'ial to successful fr-ed'ng IT) silt jilt fr'y i i ta-t gtrlen ll la destructive uf many kindsof Worms. A genruus meat diet and plenty of scratching ill cure feather plucking. Sour milk needs mote rennet than Si eL, This may be new. but it la true. Everj time a potato isaprouted it loses a large per ceut of its productive power. Bio -datoi meat make hens lay n ore evf-'s, nut Buialler and of iulerior qu hty. Keep yoar skimmed milk at home on the soil. It contains valuable elements. Don't plant or sow your fodder corn thick. Every stalk should develop an ear. Chasea By a Locomotive. Wii KiomsBi, Pa, May 1. Rruhen Kach- )e;n,avei1 !), bad an awful ride last evening Hi- brought bis horse an to railroad crossing to aee if lie would acare at tlie train. When locomotive got near tbe horse jumped on tbe track aud ran ahead of it. Tbe boy was poweil.as, and, as tbe engine was going do n grade, could not stop the heavy freight. Toe horse ran for atl he was worth. Furmeis from the fields saw tbe race, and the engineer kept whistling down brakes. Wben the horse saw the locomotive was gaining on bim, he wheeled around to leave tbe track. The pilot caught bim, and be was thtown up in tbe air and fell on tue boy killing him. Tbe hore was shot A Yankee Sheriff Frightened. JL well known sheriff, who lives in Maine, had been given up to die with m hat his phfsician called Consumption, friend advised the sheriff to try Pan Tina Coogb and Consumption Cure ; re covery soon followed, much to the pur- Iriae of the doctor, who now prescribe it for Coniihf, Colds and Consumption Price 25 and 50 cents. Trial bottles free at G. W. Benford'a Drug Store. Taking No Chances. "You are a pharmacist, are you ?" "I am." "Been in the business a number of year?" "1 have." "Rejfiatered?" "Yea, sir." "That is pour diploma hanging over there r "It is." "Well, you may give me a pound of borax." Brooklyn Life. A Little Girl s Experience In A Lighthouse. Mr. and Mre. Lereu T re sc. it t are keep- era of the Gov. Lighthon- at Sand Beae.l Mich., and are Merwed w i'b a dauifliter, four years old. La-tt April she wastakei down with Measles, followed with a dreadful Cough and taming into a Fever Doctors: at borne and at Detroit treatl her, hut in vain, he Brew wonie rapidlt , until Hhe waa a mere "handful of hones " Then she tried Dr K'n:'Nr D airover. and after the use of two and a half hot ties, was completely -cured. They aa Dr. Kine' New Discovery is worth iti- weight in K'dil, yt a raav net tria bottle free at J N. Snyder' Drug Store. Bishop Bowman's Suspension Void Allisti.ws. Pa, April 30. A dispute' re.eSd here t.l d-V Ntated that the D''riet t'otin of I ia ve-'enl -v .-'idel theMi-pn Sinn of Ii (.'mil Thomas Itna tna", of tt' Kvaliti'hcal Cliurrli, void heraui-p of tii prior ezatnitiation and arrpiilul I waa troubled ith catarrh for sever years previous to commencing the use nf Ely's Cream Blm. It has done for n.e what other 8 ) called cure hav f tiled to do cured me. The effect of the Biltn seemed tnaifiual Clarence L. Huff, Bi.l delford, Me. The Bridegroom Dead. Cinoixxati, April 30 On the evening . I the ISih of this montb VV B. Su.K.ki and wife registered at the Burnett House from Iiuiaville. rveiitu. k V. They had ju-t beei made man atidwfeat Louisville and Hop ped here in lull anticipation of tbe joys of a wedding tour. Both were taken violently ill, in common witb guests who participated at that deadly wedding feast. To-niht the bridegroom breathed bis lat at 8 M uciok. Tbe physicians have had little hope of bu nco very from the first day. Mrs Snook? Lad ptrily recovered, but is now eiiected ti die. The furl that relatives of the bride ami irrm in died from poii-omug has been car. fully concealwd from the vietimv here Mr Snook-'s death make the MXlh fiom the poiaoiiinf. I Am So Tired" is a onutinon exclamation at this season. There is a certain bracing effect in cold air which is lost when the weather grows warmer; aud when Nature ia renewing her youth, her admirers feel dull, slug ginh and tired. This condition isowiuy mainly to tbe iiupurt condition of the IiIo hI, and its failure to supply health., tie-ne to the various organs of tbe body. It i reuiarkahle how Huicoiitttile the sv t in im to Hit In lp to he tl. rive. I Ir n n good iin ilicme at tins was u. I'os-ie fine j'1Kt those punfying, timl.lm-u quahtleM which body craves, llood'a Sarsaprilla soon overcomes that tired feeling, restores the appetite, purities the blKl, and, in short, i.upiria vigoroua health Its thousands of friends as wita one voice declare "It Makes theW.ak Si Mil g." -. In a trial, not I Hi), ago, a ry limp e wiims" aN in the box, and aft. roig ibr uli hi ord. al wan read, to retire Ou- i)ll rtioii reuiallied : ''Nm, .Mr , has not auni'eui t been made to iudace you to tell t e court a different story ?" A different story to what I have to'd, sir ?" " Ws; is it not so 7" - Ye, ir." " "p ui your oath, 1 d- titod to know who the personsare who have attempted th r " WVII, sir, you've tried as bard as .-.ny of 'em," was the unexpected aui-wer. I. ended the examination. After trying tu oy retun lieforcttanh durini; past twelve years, ItriedElt'a Cream Calm with complete eiiett-sa. It is over cne rear since I stopped using it nd have had do return of catarrh. I recommend it to all my friends. Milton T. Palm, Reading, Ta. A Frooklyn woman attended thiity three cnrii tit i funeraia lf.retl,e jo l.ce discovered thai Ler olj ,-t mn to plunder the hnuie. Tt:os "in ' her g .Hiii'ff and grievinjr wipj ed r.h a heart-broken relative. ,-c KSi --'-; n.?!..' . "T'w- - r , a.t a 7 11:1.1 - 1 i,. - " or THROAT AND LUNG BALSAM. For Cough, Colds, Croup, Catarrh, Whooping Cough, Hoarseness, Influenza, Bronchitis. Sore Throat, Pleurisy, Congestion of the Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Asthma, Consumption, and all pulmonary affections. ATTEND TO YOUR COLD IN TIME. nil " , ,,,,, . , m,, mar tw tlie moat r!niri nw enmy. ana iv. lop Into l.'"c,luVtgg! ' ao "..is .v ,uicW,- ,,u. n c,,i--Vour Touch Irop" are I.jr far the bxi I have ever handled. A nrr.B Mp'" Ci'TJSvTtwrt lnt h, nwvea twenty mlM auv.an.l now liv. In a '''m'W,MiTn ,r?. rXTS nWicu,lwl he are! hw wUt.ts.rs th.-v ..n. to me for towTi.Mi.'re men- arc .lny gun pxoi) w WaUU.', KiaUirLock, Ul.io. your tv.uib lrua. , , , ..,, tKYvlh'n-" (t.ecnntt-ntaof a oorile of this nw-tlctne, return tl rrm;ilnlng ",0?, oTT 1, r ZlrZ U U aad be wul .u.,a O.e prsv paat fr .be eu.ir to.Ue. ZZSS: Sl 0 Herb Medicine Co., Weston.W.Va. Somerset Lumber Yard ELIAS CUNNINGHAM, UifFiCCBa urn DiuLia jjcd WhoimaIJI abd BrraiLia or LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS Era,rd an d Soft Woods, OAK POPLAR, HIDINGS. nil-is, HH WALNUT, FLOORING, BASH, STAIR RAILS. CHERRY YELLOW PINK, SHINGLES, DOORS BALUSTERS, CHESTNUT. WHITE PINE, LATH, BLINDS, NEW El TCP A ilenera! Line of all jrradea of Lumber and Building Material aud Rooting Slate kept 10 toc Ainu can fa-ib anytlitnf In tue line of our bume to order wltn reasonaoie pmmptn.Ma. such an Brarkeu. Odd-Mtod work, etc ELIA.S CTJjSrNn7GHM. Office and Yard Opposite S. &C. R. R. Station, Somerset, Pa C C. JORDAN. JOS. MINCHMAN Jordan & Hinchman, MANUFACTURERS OF CRACKERS I COPECTIONS, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Crackers, Candies, Xuts, Fruit", fcc. 270 and 272 Main St Johnstown Gil EAT NEWS! THE NICELY BOYS Will never be hung, if the; can help it- Neither J. S. Ashbridge, The Johnstown Carpet man, but be will sell you Carpets, Oil Cloths, w imlow Mia.tes, nnirs, Mats, Matting, Lac Curtains ami Curtain Poles, TMeaper than they were ever heard o" before It ill aitonili you ( all and seo ter yourseif. NO. 131 FUAXKLIX St., Johnstown, Pa, i, .! KENDALLS HHE I t ' H m.. m. V --'f 'l'lr iVl!-'"- 'iiir'lii' ' J The Meat Saooeaartal Seaiedr eer dlscor. nd, as It la eertaia la Ita effects and doei not Wisier. Read proof bc'.ow : ALi-kiMU. U tii InxvcHsoi, l a.. Sot. 17, tn. Da. B. J. KinrTALt Co. : Urnta I would like to mnlre known to those who arealmint penualrd Hi um Keu.lll' Spavin Cure thefarl ln:Lt I tliln': Ulna miistexi-i-llent Liniment. I have used Hon a Ulooil spavin. The iKirse went un three lens fur three years when 1 commenced to ue your Kenil;iU'8 Sjiavin Cure. I ueil ten but-ll.-Aonthe liur.-e and have worked tuni fortbrej years -iuueaii t S unt beealaue. Vours -ruly, W1L A. CCPJ. Gcnairrowj, N. T, Sor. J. IS Dr. E. J. EnxDiu, Co.. l.nosburch Falls, VL flents: In pralseof Kendall's Spavin Cure I will v. iiiat a yi'jran I hail , vuli.al.Ieyouu hiirv lie dune cry lam.-, I.iy k . lil.ir-.-0 anil sw.i.l. n. Tlie lnr.enii-n arn.ut lier' (we buve no Vcti-rlnarv Sur ireiiLi here' irniiiLi;Kiii hii lameness Hkwxl iavin ur lbi'Aiu...pin, tlii'v nil tolil ma there m no rare- Inr il. lie Iwamealmut useleM.ani I enn Shlcreil torn a'luuvl wortiileiw. A frleuj tol.l me of tbo merns of your Kondmr Ev,i, Cure, mi t liou-tn a iKittle. an.l 1 rnulil ae very platnlv reat Irn irovi. merits In: meitijrelv from 111. use.aiirbef ire thelHittlevtaauwd up I was satliirleil that It aas dninRbiiii a irreat tieaiof i;lmhJ. I bought a iiecnnd bottle and Ih fore It wu uh! up my hore wits rured a'i-1 has nen in theieamd.iinK hav wnrk ail iul- seafimi BiD -e Inst Anril, nhowin no mora siirnn of it. 1 cnnMiier your Kendall's Suar!n Cure a valuable mcikine. r.rid It should be In averr Hiiy.o in tbe . Kopectrniiv vnurs. EtJCtNE DEWITT. Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles for.. All drug gists have It or can Ret It for Ton, or It wl'.l be sent to anr address on receipt of price by the proprie tors. DR. It. J. KENDALL CO., Eaosburffh Fall. Vermont. SOLD LI ALL DRUGGISTS. gHVft.A rir t V'tnr iM'lr r J'hn R. l..t.K((iii.irv..) ,-af urk i.-r u, ltwrf ..u in.ir ti- i ni.ikr muih, t ut cmo ten, b yiti ti ky bnw i'i-atn front to t IU it 'liv ( tlie anti utr rit ..n. Btb n-ac, i Me- mi mrt it nitrtt i. ,i '.i ' tin CifliHirure' at uon.r, piv !ii( all ttur fiitir.t-T r- ntonifntt oult u id) w.-iU. Atl U -r-I iy M It.''.. urn worlirT. W Hurt vim. ftimtrtini t-rtlMi.tf. F AKII Y. M'KhMLl lttmt I'A If 1 l L LA It-- fKY.K. Addrm H one MlMIi Ilk. IUKTLAAU, SAlMk. tlONEYii '. -tuiirnf oltl, anil Iti thrit il nit a.vv b-rer tfcr- Inr. Airjr neiui.ii.n eTer,,lllt H mM Nan... V-U tt l your t"n-n.",, r mil y.n.r lime l tl work. 1 List t tilin,- .M-n lo:n. n.rj li, ucHirlal m. rs-a. h.r.i-r witk. B-p-i;irr. miiii) t'ti.in 2 to fkUl i--r ta airv.l uim.nts. nit iw-.r.' H--r llulu rin. n pl.i.HII' vt ran Ttrrnfti ;ou in nt- . . cV 9.t ilblMt, MIM in S3000; ATFARl I nttvtntali. tn Sriy 'rbaayrairiy M.tfl.!t-nt l-rvianf,,,!,, - p lio rriTJ rrsul nml wrll. mnA . i nVr intrn lion, will work iiitiuwuia, i .iv lit rim Thra-a Tl ' li-li. ' a ( -trin ihi'iroM H 1. 1 -fl It !.. fc. prrrlhrvtlr I - .il a la., f.. (h a-ity.tk'it sri-rnii'i'vvncntjtt fbw h .t. ran mrti ttsat imotm. No inrn -t- . inv i.nltati. . --iul ms mf-. '.Hil ami uuirklv trnr A. I d a re lit . wLer Iroiu ns. h (lUfrii-'t "fiounlv. I !'( atitrM pri.vi.tr -I wnn rn,.i m-mt l-'r mnmh'-r, '.t- (t-x ixnhuiff wr tfSMm a vrr-rnrh It . ! W nd NO.I !. V till rrttrn!ar KIC V. K. A.l.lrr-a at . a. K. 4. ALIstX, IVi ) v Jar ET-rurAL - n;Ti mSf -GENERATION AFTER GENERATION HAVXCSED AJtD BLESSED IT. G lhroppH im Sugar, Child rm Zm Tt For Iiuvea r sutwld huve a bottle ut it in Li. Mu-beL Every Sufferer SZtSSSrS mHJeli.Wrhtheriaimit!..t-,trrti. Hr-httu AMhraa. t balm -lutH Inarrbm. Lainenea, s. irenn !!i lr or t-""'"- "0 JcinU or strains will Hud j tail. ol4 AniMivn reheT and lwrly cure. J-annhlet rree. lMd evrvhi-re. Hni-e "Ji ct.. bv e:-vil. !..h-il bpraai pl, .., JOUNSOS CO., itoti(, la WANTED ! )iuuJ AM. KKLi OaK BAhK. AT ROSFNSTrEL'S TANNERY, CwrERrDA f Addrr.s. W. W. IU 1SE.S8TEEL, Johnstown, Pa. r3 fa auuii-s, THE IS KING OF SEWING MACHINES. It was Crcwced sa when it t:ok the First Premiti-a at tha C'-Cci-aati Ceatential in 1SS3. at the Great Contest, but m:re sd when it took the GOLD MEDAL At tlie Universal Exhibition at 1'ar-i.-i, France, ia 18S9, for lieinur; the Best Fail? Sewiai Mm In the world. It is applauded as such by the 8 O O, O O O Sold since its introduction in 1877 Its superiority is acknowledged, though with manj regrets, by thousands who had bought other new ::::::SEWINGI I MACHINES:::::: Before they had seen the merits oi tlie WHITE Ladies will find it greatly to their advantage to examine the merits of "THE WHITE" before buy ing a Sewing Machine. " THE BEST IS AL WA IS CHEAPEST" in the end. An inferior Sewing Machine is a poor investment at any price. JOS. CRIST, OfJemierX Iloads, is the authorized a gen for it in this County, Write him, and tel him to bring one to your house for exam ination. CURTIS K. GROVE, SOMERSET, PA. BUGGIES, 8LEIGH8, CARRIAGES, SPRING WAGONS, BUCK WAGON'S AND EASTERN AND WESTERN WORK Furnished on Short Notice. Painting Done on Short Time. Aj work is made out M Timrtmghly flrnmnrd Wood. and the htrt Irtm and .s-., Sutauuitiallj Coitstnit'teil, Nvatly Finihcd, and Warranted to give Satisfaction. Employ Only First Class Workmen. Repairing of All Kind in My Line Pone on bhort Notice. Prices REASONABLE, and All Work Warranted. Call and Examine my Stock, and Learn Prtcea t do Waon-work, and furnih Selves for Wind 4111a. Remember tbe place, and caU in. CURTIS K. GROVE, (East of Conrt Hons) SOMERSET. P t---rj- WaiTHntw th. tlP'l l orn iir.iiir and m.1 ) i r' t r.irc e-f. . d I'Vrll. ir.ft JJiKirihiHur In ilia .world. i .'n Ci-f;c ADI1REJ.M. .A. B. FARQUHAR CO. 1 YOttv ri 8.N0 for Lakgf. Illustrated Catalocle. 33 1 LIQUID CLUES, Vj I1MKS AND BLUINCS, DRrtfKENvrss Moron tt btt-ti all h u i l-t th. r,. l)ut rtiri, lr. HahiM' t.ului peciHc It run t" citr n in 1 . ap ..t ta or c..i Triihrmt th kouwWii" i.i tin- tii-iru i..Kiim,; rtlcuuaa ppclr aad r-.rTr.-r.i lil run-. li. ihr ths iiti'BI IK a BMNlrrate driuki-r i.r ;ni i,i.1i..jh: wreck. 1 bouduiia of druukardn ha l"n rnr.il llot". t:ik-n 111 (iuliWu .-cciftc m th"ir rmK wiil,r,i,t xir knr.l tur.- triyMiprFthoTniiii ilr..,k.n nf th.lr own frm will, h.. harmt.il tffct n-nln fn.ii lt dminii.tn.tiin. fun irurntwil. hmi ir cir u'.ur and full pr:ii ui.. A-Miv-a ln'r.wAdonrt VuLD.ta rnif K . ., i- iiaie St.-tet, Cluclnnata - :WALL PAPER !::::;:; ; The largest ' retail " sto.-k ofcheanand me dium price Wall Paper between N. Y. and C'hicapo ; also a larve line of fine Parlor Tapers Good patterns from 4c, 0 in. borders from Ic. yer yard up. -."WRITE - for new line of samples for "HI, as advertis' 1 in the Heeald. Send 10 cents to cover 4ttsn which wc will rt-fuiul when tve rereive V'xir order. ur line of .am ile am mncertedl tu ho the heM rvrr -"t;t nut by ny iini(. J. Kenvin Miller & Co. E43 SmitMeld SL ritburg. Pa. WHI 6 E rM AND BLUINCS, iol lUlta Best In the World, jldinij Feb y ll-.1m "Sa A pamphlet of Infoatlon ar.d -b- f M J." P?.n". 'aTi. Trade 'w V-VX.-r'r -"irrihts, Kt int. J iN3l Bm-mr. A Matter of Impotance to YoUi lfsafering from lon sUn-Hoir ii: .-onir It;en- Pl.tewe. ortUe Iii..i. EYE. EAR NOSE AMD THROAT TROUBL ' i-- J t I. J MiVLLELAN, M. D., ftKfinlL-t on Carole ThTv u iil rWt th'" eottn'rr every four w.k.ttiti- . thir (attunt !. ir.. .. . ifviMifiK tl. -.!V. n tliev ar.: the only I br-i"i;' -.ir-.-iH. in !h. M.miiry w ,,;-' Manakinf. M-h'U. fir.iui,, t-u-, lo tiluMiau a.l uiak.- t.luiu In a.l ai!lict.t tbv i:-.. ,. . ' 'hC,k"I?.irl7 VI M. the rct (ivrniau octilNt. nill r here nn ! prrfnrm ail i.,. -.,- ., rv l,r,W ' T;int : !..::: a:. 1 m lr- li:r..' than ai.y other Inf.. - k ; ." Iv, Rive J, ,.'a''et.t and lier wh.. arr in of m.-.h.-ul tr. i'.i-ul nn i.t.r!.,l!... ., .ti.ti!.m'ti-.t i.h-i'iaa, lu. dutus at tbfc Ii!taw aillj-era.it only nj.n:-.!.., . . ; """v'-norJ V P-Ti.U.n.en Prl.lriit ..f Hi" ritinu we l known In inr cniy, firt-iy ffi'o ... . 'l...VU'.irUll.' ' 1 wa.Vsiitti-riti2 nr-.i',iy from Polyj-K an.l fn med'i ..ir with no mvai . I iv tue .iv.-r'iM-nw. 71' . . ih.nr lM v..t to;t,.-..t. 11 . .I-.', now tike a t.'ew man lliey ltd ewythinc iby ai.-rt.id ami UeaUtl niecou.-U '-:-:. . ; ,,." orl.l oikh1 atiii relievwl uieofuil i.!i.-rliiir. I havi'been -turer.i.tf from lOM.i.it.ia .l.vplcne anil general ii.tv.mh 7-r. -i rn-i. n ,,... , on the lunu." it ;.-" lor ni.ne Hum three yehr- I Iweame m. wi-:ik that I i-ti!d u..t 1 , v'.,;.' ' more than a hour.. t a tune; a.,nte wa mieral.le. 1 went to tue Mt. Sinai l...t:. , u., j,.--itT butwithwil tlie ltat t....l;t. 1 Jn n..-.t under theeareof lira Met ..-l.au .. ..B, .,, , J Ww Catle everv four wi-ek. and 1 au n w a well eer bale and beany .i.m;.v ait ,rauu' V IDF THE I. IME'A tl.k- WITilol T ( HI r. HKs. ' Forefeht month twl I have'i't -en aMe to -ni- iiiiout a fair of .Tuieiiea. r"ini..; " - ,. ireatmriu auh It-. .!.C!.-1!kii A - ..Im I hew i--t. aide to j.ut a-ideaml at il.e x: their office wi;n-il an v. I am i-ettam that 1 tl beeutirv.y cured on. Atthouch uni-r ir. -u..'r . home doctor,. I,'S.... to ..oa .,re ,,! w,... ia ,- I hHre b- t"i :ir..li-r tn-atru-nt of Im- MfCit ilan - Stlm for two moniha for ( ir.irrh ,, ;tr. n.l eou-ider unei! 'r,i;;ii iini-r... fl -o fur. MhN. .1 'm-1R W. K-wk Po'iit, Urt:,e., nu eou.ua . is YtlCN". I.AUVS E E SfKAILItrtNEII. '' On May lath I its. M.-cleilaii au.l -..iui or 'low of Uxal. and Ue.lay m c;es art win or li ft. r IT I have hceii loiffi-ri-ii? Ith fa'.arrh fo xnie until I eoti'iiltcd 1-ta .M.- 'ulati .k M.im. vn r Hid 1 nave mi greau nui.rov.-n umi 1 auow 1 u Fti.IIT Ptd.in REMOVF.n FTtOYf THE Ni'.St "'' ' ra. MeClellan S.1I111 i.ave n-Ti...- .1 .!.t I'oiiui out d mv jwwtnW tn-.ty ithm.t ): -.,., ain or kw of oii and in !' tar I. n- t't:ie al.d in a more al!laf'iry matlii-- tliHn 1 ha, ;.iv 2( otore at l'ilLbtirii i cau draw usore hr. am with c..in:..it ami iileanure tfi.-o i.-li mt n... ... . KI kLfc.'i, 117 Ua Si., New 1 .i, p, CATARRH ASK l'KAKNr.v I have now Ik-cii iind.-r treairni -r ot lr. M-cieHan and t-ilra ftir three months f..r ,,1 atarrh, and waaven hard of I earn e. hot n.. I am Etvatiy iuijmred in every way ami ,au .,', treat deal better, and 1 am jrt-tti nu mv..i er ami heavier. H.H.ker. Hi rer I .. , l a. Sep! 4. 1.'. , Sut 1:1. K.vxsu, Ijiveaxvof Women, meh a have l.artvd the skill of all j.hyilcian and reiaedin.. ,,.,r,;, , ancers. Tiimnrs. iil.ro .1 ti.l jajiyjioid Krou iu cu.-id a itliont the u-e of a kuile ..r eau.i e.. ,1 -inj:. 110 i-:.in, 110 duiu -r. Stunt!) Tumor-, lamer-. W.-trt. 'k f-te . rem. iv.it witlmur aci.K kaite. pain rr - . nelli.l Kkefov-iN. F.tle!.sy and tii.-iemili.-!'.y treated and )Kitivety 1 ir.-d ! y aune-:,.. 111; niel ho. 1. Ailiir.-.'-aii toiuf-i'.tiieaii.iCv le box e.--, i iiluruiiiii-. .jhio. EXilMINflTiON AND CONSULTATION FREE TO ALL SOaMEUSET HOUSE. SOMEKSET, pa. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. JUNE 5TH AND 6TH. IT WILT-. PAY YOU TO Cf TOl'B Memorial IVork or WW. F. SHAFFER, SOMEK3KT. PEN.VA, MftnufnTturerof and Uealer ia irtcrn HVfc Furni?it(lon A-irf y.u't. intill OJrrg 1111 uu-ijii-i iiju-t . Abo, Ayiit or Ihe Willi E bU'jSZE! eer-ons 1 1 n.v.l of MoNTVEST WORK will ad it to '-.i.-T inti-r. -'i loeall at 111 y liop a here proier ho'vi:-. w-.li he irivcn th-.-m. aarSio. iftvtn iurfiitt" m E-fu 1 m.d itilf EKi' LOW. 1 uivite hj.Lt .al a;-.eii.iou Ui.ihe Vhite Bronze, Or Pure Zinc Monument .trod.iced hy REV. W. A. RINO. - a He. kte.1 liirovnteil in the point of MATr'kl.Al. AM) iNSTKCC. !nN. and ahh h i 'i- n;ii'-l to h ie Popular Montim. nt for nir Chaae.t hi-? i ii ate GIVE ME A CALL. WH. F. SIIAF1T.!!. THE COMPANY STORE v. :'u ).l . is Carrjlnj its Uraalj Larga aai Tarisi St:cc cf GENERAL MliLRCHAaX-DISE. B.tjers Can Fiwl ail they may Need In the Sereral Dcpartntpnts, of CLOTHING, HATS, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, QL'EEXSWARE, GROCERIES, EOOTS AXD .SHOES, AXI AM. VV Till: I"iIL.-T i.r A MTV, AST) AT REASONABLE PRI'ES. SATISFACTION ALWAYS OUAKANTEED. WOOD, MORRELL &. CO. SCHMIDT i.c Largerst Wine, Liquor, and Cigar House IN THE UNITED STATES. ESTABLISHED 1836. "W. 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