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How It 13 ASected by the Finan cial String-ency. H. rJ Tla- Haa. aus-l " Fcopl. EtwoxiH Their Mt Bills -W be', tbm Art I'rla- clpallr 01ttod. The report of a shortage of 12,000.000 rm-hels in the oyster crop of Cu-sa-ja'.:e bay does not disturb the eiua rirr.itv of the Chicago dealfrs. iir business is mostly in fish th'.s ri.iter," one of them declares. "Hani t.mts. have caused people to eoouo-mix- on bi?h-priced ojteTS and meats and turn to fi.-.h as the i-taple food. IL-h are ten- cuip and plentiful. rhicapv eats -O.OOG.UuO pounds of lake fish and 5,000.000 pounds of ocean fish aniiuallv. The lake fish were caught a:;d frozen last fall, and bo lone as tixy remain in ice continue as fresh as when taken from tLc water. Hotv-er.-r, if anyone demands nev.ly a-riuplit fi-h, the Mackinaw fishermen are sending down choice trout daily taken from the straits. "As to orsters. the crop of lia'.ti-m-.re and New York mipiit totally fail without embarrassing' the public in trie least cr raisin? the price of the bivaire. "The Gulf of Mexico produces fully rs fine flavored oysters as are taken anywhere. Many people like the pulf ovst-T best. New Orleans could easiJy fruily the world w ith oysters, as its e.,iilt" environment is enormously pro line in ovsters. delicious crustaceans, !,!d fishes. Those jru!f edibles are sent north in refrigerator cars whi h I. ave conveyed dressed beef south. They also come by express. The fail ure of the fish and oyster crop would 1 a (Treat boon to the gulf coast tra.U-." The fishni'mj-er mentioned that the I'aeific codfish had invaded the Oii . a?o market to the detriment of the Maine-Massachusetts' namesake. There i- no difference in the appearance of t V rivals, but epicures think the Ta e: fie ckI the choicer. The I'aeific cod is now shipped to Massachusetts salted nd sent out as Atlantic cod. No one can tel! the diff-.-renee. A popular fish in Chicago is the red snapper taken in the Gulf of Mexico, :;nd called by many the (rtslf cod. It is n Lai.d-oiner fish than the cod and of jiturh finer flavor. I.anre fleets e-rnrajre !:i the catch of this fish and it is forc ibly its way into all the markets of the v.-.rM. Ilr.xik trout weifrhin? from two to fve jwmnds are plentiful in the loeal in:irkets. Th;y come from private fish p. nds where they were taken out and fr. en last fail. The finest yellow perch are taken in the Detroit river at the St. Clair Flats. Miiseallonjre reach the market fruiu the interior lakes of Wisconsin. The lake trout varies in color, both of skin and flesh. The flesh is yellow fr.:n the southern to the northern waters of Lake Superior. In the l! irthwest corner of Lake Superior the fen lx'eomes red and the skin a fne f i::iiie of the brook trout. This latter variety, which is the finest of trout, is believed by some to be a brook trout from V Nippon river, w hich in times past left the stream and bred a deep water variety of itst If. It is scarce in the local market. There is a suspicion that the Wal dealer sells it as a large lr k trout. liels mostly come from Fulton, X. Y., where, on the s-c;ro river, is the largest eel industry in the world. iivan fish are not popular in the west, nor are lake fish popular in the east. The condition is natural. Crawfish come from New Orleans where they are the staple f.xvl of the lr.in.-ii people. The craw fish makes the most delicious bisque known totiie epicure. IMSOMNIA PARTIES THE LATEST. A HufTalo Ba'Us t nitiis I'laa of Woolog the llroarsr God. A Sis'iety younjr woman of IhnTalo Jias devised a novel entertainment, which is shortly to lie made public. It is to be a reception for people who can't sleep at r.iriiL, Among her friends, says the Medical record, are a er ut many delightful people who are troubled with insomnia, and who con fess that they spend many frightful, wakeful hours walking" the fl'r. lonk out of the window, rocking in easy riiuirs. tryinjj to read or write and in o:her u -c'.essand tiresome orcupationn. When her plans are fully matured this original younp women intends, on at least tw j nights in every week, to he at liome to those distressed female friends from midniyht until morning. '1 i;e puests are reouested to appear in nr r.iiiijue. resrss-table bedrtMnu cown, bath ro!es not excluded; the lights are to be dim. southing? music and stupid eoliversation will lie the only diver-t-ions permitted, hot chocolate and lipht wafers will be served, couches itiid easy chairs will be provided in bbundance, and the insomnia victims are earnestly desired to fall asleep as Kon as jKissiblc. It is whispered that pri.cs will be offered for the first snore, but tins detail is not authentically an lioimeed. The reception is to be a fact, however, and an eajrer expectancy- as to invitations is in the air. AHEAD OF THE COWCATCHER. How far 1 trlr lle.dlicht I Now Toed on Sumrr:,u iiil' roada. The electric lieadiirhl is now used on many railroads, and W. It. Sparks who is interested in a southern road, re cently told a writer for the Pittsburgh I'isputeh that his company had found it a very profitable investment. The l:;-'l.ts cost about three huudred end seventy-five dollars each, fixed on the locomotive, and they tost no more than the oil li-rht to maintain. The old hca'.liht would not throw lU liu'ht on a very dark lil-ht more than :ne hundred and fifty feet, and it U i:r possible for an engineer to slow up his train in that distance, even with the emergency brake. C'uite an item in the expense of the road used to be claims for cattle hilled. During the rainy season the lands alone the !:ne of the road Kcome very wet in places they are entirely covered with vater and the cutt!t come upon the track seekinp wmie dry sxt on which lo sleep. When the id headlight was in nw as many as tliirteen rows have teen killed at one timeaud theciamape rlaims have sometimes amounted to over one thousand dollars per. month. Now the electric iie-ht throws its ray from half to three-quarters of a mile in front of the engine. Obstructions fin be easily seen at that tlistance and some of the eiipineers insist that a sw itch disk can 1-e more easily made out by it at nnht than in the daytime. The lights, moreover, d away with ( v. iteh iiphts which is ouite a savinp to mads that use them to any preat extent. Mr. Sparks says that the en (rines usinjr the electric headiiphts on his road have never killed a cow, and he is confident that the saving in stock claims alone will more than pay for all the headlights on the road within two Tb Latest 6Uai Thnwo. State Senator Owens recently spoke r.f an opponent as follows That fel low is no pood; he wears rubWrs." A reporter of the New York Sun hasleen inouiriup about the meaning of the phrase. He asked a well-known poli tician: "What docs it mean w hen you tpcaU of a man as wearing rubiiers?" he said. -My boy," said the politician, 'that is the wry latest slo-ip expres sion. It simply means that a man is a sneak; that, figuratively speakicp, he approaches yon with rauilksl feet. If you go into any police museum in the country one of th thinps they'll fchow you is the rubber shoe that the sne.i' thief or the assassin uses. It isa ordinary tennis shoe with a rubber sole and a canvas nrper, and the only reason it h worn by cnKiks is K-eause itpivesthem an opportunity to creep cp behind their-'icUm without beina heard." . MODERN MIRACLES. Careful and Complete Investigation l.y a "Journal" Reporter. A Searching Inquiry as to Start ling Statements Recently Pub lished. From the Albany, X. Y. Evening Jet esal A few days since, the 7om-(men of this city pablibhed a remarkable letter, under the bead Uecb of "An Athens Miracle."' The statement!! made were bo unusual, and the interest occasioned so great, that an investigation by a "J ournar reporter Beemed a necessity. The letter was that Mr. Lewis Clow, of Athens, X. Y.had been stricken with kidney disease. The best of medical attendance was obtained, and failed to benetit Lim. While in this almost hopeless condition, he began the use of Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Ilemedy, and it cured Lim ; and furthermore, that there were other resi dents who Lad a similar experience. To verify these riatements and get what other information would be of interest to onr readers, the J-mnml re presentative left Albany and soon found himself in the pretty village of Athens. It did not take long to satisfy the rerter that the statements of Mr. Clow were in e.ery way true. The lie. D. William Lawrence, pastor of the Lutheran church, Postmaster True and Justice of the Peace Uo lier, w hen asked about it, said that every word was true to their knowieJue. Mr. Clow was at death's door suffering with kidney trouble. The physicians fai!ed to help him, and he was cared by the use of Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Itemedy. Also that Favorite lieoiedy had performed as marvelous a cure for Mrs. Ca.'1-er Ilrooks, w ife of the proprietor of the Ilobins House, of that place. Calling upon Mis. Brooks, yonr re jKrterctated his mission, and Mrs. Brooks replied that she would be perfectly w Pil ing to tell all about her wonderful re covery. Yes," faid she, "I l ad a bard light for btalth, bat Dr. Kennedy's Favorite IU-medy reftored mine. My first trouble as uh-ers of the womb, and tkey caused m-j the most inten.e pain and suffering. I consulted our regular physician, but he did not benefit me; ia fact, I kept grow ing worse. My kidces were getting very much diseased, and this combination of troubles was almost unbearable. At my Luebacd's suggestion, 1 consulted physi cians at Albany Hudson and Chatham, and took their medicines and prescript ions faithfully, but found no benefit. You can imagine my terrible condition at this time, after employing five of the bet physicians, all to no purpose ; but at this dark hour a ray of light broke in rtp on me. Dr. Win. Smith, of Jewett Heights, was recommended, and it is to him I owe my good health, for it was Dr. Smith who prescribed Dr. Kennedy's Fa vorite liemedy for me. I purchased a bottle and commenced taking it, and be gan to fctl letter and kept improving daily, the ulcers healed up, and my kid ney trouble left me entirely. My ca.ie was greatly complicated, and did nt etop here ; I suifered misery from those terrible headaches so common among women, but I kept on taking Favorite IU medy ; and am now entirely free from tbi'fc diseases. I a:n toiJ that I have a tainor that cannot lie cured uuless I gj to a hospital, but I think Favorite Kemedy will, iu time cure that. I have been so well for the ptst few months, said Mrs. r.rooks, w ilh a tiuile on her face, that I do near'y ail the work about the hotel, and am getting along with about one half the help we used to employ. I certainly don't want to pose as a miracle, but what else could you call my recovery ?" Such a straightforward statement con vinced the J t m.'il reporter that Dr. Kennedy's Favoiite Ilemedy was certain ly a Godsend to the sick and suffering. Hundreds of people in and about Athens are conversant with the ficts of these cases. In speaking to Mr. Horlon, the well-known druggist of that place, he said : "Oh, yes, we sell quantities of Favorite Remedy. Why, there's Joseph MoOiliert, William Matkey, Martin Hal lenleck, Casper Halenbeck, Mrs. Robert Tiffany, and many others, say that Dr. David Kennedy's Favoiite Ilemedy is worth its weight in gold." The investigations of the Jourwil re porter admit of but one conclusion ; that as this great medicine is within the reach of ail, it should le used by those who are suffering from rheumatism, dyspepsia, biliousness, kidney, liver and urinary troubles. It will correct the worst cases of habitual constipation, and is a certain cure for the diseases and weaknesses of w oman, particularly those that originate in change of life. It cures scrofula, erysipelas, salt rheum, eczema, ulcers, sores aDd tumors, gravel, diabetes or Uright's disease. Favorite Ilemedy is acknowledged by the medical profession as nature's antidote for nric acid. A benefit is always experienced from the first bottle, and it never fails to cure when the directions are followed. Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Ilemedy is to be found with every dealer in medicine, atone dollar a bottle, cr six bottles for five dollars. Telling a Man by His Shako. "Let me shake bands with a man and I will tell you something about his character," said a physician to the delegate. "The firm, hearty handshake of a sincere man may be rather rough, so that one is taught he has a grip, but it in dicates stamina. While denoting absence of tact and refinement, it points to strength of character. The hesitating, insinuating hand that slijis away from you easily belongs to the clever man. Its owner is shrewd, never embarrassed and skilled at repartee. The flabby hand that returns no prea-ure belongs to the mjn who would not gj out of his way to meet you. Toe quick, nervous hand shake of an excitable, nervous tempera ment and its opposite, the nerveless, passive one belongs to persons in ill heilth. The hand that threatens to col lapse in yours means deceit. It is the same of the man whose hand feels like that of a snake. Idlers shake ha-der and longer than other people. Such a shake impresses me as much as a loud s peach that has nothing in it. rocu iios-zr is retchs-ed if you receive uo benetit from Dr. f icrce'i Favorite Prescription. This fair and busmen-like offer is held out to all eomra who suffer from w 1 mis the diseaapa and fte- To wtuklr womanhood no prize could be more Kfciire, nor the benefit more W,tin, thaa that to be derived from the purchase of a hotUe of this (ainous " Prescription. Its arH iu eunr-s all the functional de ranwnents, tiainful disorders, and chronic wwuiihww t,f Women. warrants its makers in gvirantrriari it. What this medicine has done for thousands of delicate women, it mi! do for wn At the two critical periods in woman's life, t!ie chamm from girlhood to womanhood, and, lau-r, the "change of life," it's an invaluable tonic and a toothing nerr iae, whieh can prtduoe only gon.1 results. It cures cues of nervous prosrmuoa, insomnia, or iimhih'yto strep, and many nervoas disor der due k dtaiiemeut cf the functions. HORRIBLE CARGOES. Life RsacUdMi 8Kips IUBar4 Al lofet t oQ(iiirmllc When the seven-hundred-ton Aus trian bark Vila w as picked up at sea by the Norwegian fruit tteatner P.reid ablik and brought lo New Yora- a tocplc of months ago ranch curiosity v as expressed a to what could have caused her crew to desert her. With the exception of being- partially dis masted, it was In perfect condition, savs the New York Tribune, and th loss of its masts mifht Lave occurred after the crew left it. It had tailed from Egypt n ith a csreo chiefly made up of old bones, and no word w as heard of it until it was picked up off Ila4teras by the Ereidablik. All the barks papers and every scrap of fod had been taken from it and the fate of its crew was a mystery'- The experience of the three-masted schooner Wallace J. IJoyd, which recently arrived at Philadelphia from Montevideo with a similar cargo of old bones may afford an explanation of the mystery sur rounding the Vila. The crew of the iloyi say that nothing could ever in duce them to ship aain on a bone laden vesseL Within a few days aftet leaving port the vessel became infested with scorpions and other pestiferous bus, which cams out of the cargo and penetrated every nook and corner of tiie craft. The men were driven from their bunks in the forecastle and every effort to rid the schooner of the p!ague was unavailing. Five or six times a day all hands were compelled to strip, bathe and change their cloth ing, but the smaller insects held on in spite of all this. Oa a day which was damp and warm the torment was ag--gTavated by the appearance of larje preen bugs, which swarmed over every thing' and continued their ravages until port was reached. It is believed that the creatures were in the bones when they were gathered on the Argentine plains and the excessive heat of the hold during the voyape through the tropics caused them to breed in enormous numbers and forced them on deck. It is possible that the Crew of the Vila was tlriven from it by a bimiiar cause and met a worse fate. M ! KE WAS CAUTIOU S. And Burned a Valuable Book for lar el It Falling Into Bad lituidn. The secretary of an eastern rub!er eonvKiny, at Trenton, N. Y., lost a let ter book containing copies of a month's imjxirtant correspondence a few weeks ICO, says the New York World. The wholo ofliee force was turned out to hunt for it, but it had disappeared as effectually as though swallowed up in the earth. After closing1 honrs the other evening the secretary, the gen eral miina-rer nnd a couple of clerks sat in the oiiice ui.-eussin the loss and trying- to account for it- Mike, the new watchman, came in to sweep and dust. "Mike, Lave you ever seen anything of letter book No. 0?" asked the man ager. No, sir," said Mike. Well, have you seen a book like this?" taking another letter book from the safe. "Yes, sir; I seen one like that one nijrht It was in the waste basket." Where is it now?" Sure, I burned it." If evcra watchman received a lecture forstupidity Mike got it then. The man ager became bolter and hotter every minute as he talked. '"I suppose you would burn up the cash book if you ever found it outside the safe"' he shouted finally. '"No, sir: I would not," returned Mike, pently. '"What would I do that for, when there's nothing bnt figures in it that don't mean anythin' but to the man that wrote 'em? I wasn't goin' to burn this book at first, because I wanted to keep the nice papers to put tobacco in. But when I thought, well, perhaps some one will fret a bold of it and read somethiu" thet was none of their d d business, I just burned it to make sure. You'd do the same, sir, now, wouldn't vou'." A Railroad Through the Sea. An interesting' experiment is about to 1 carried out at Brighton, Eng land, in the shape of the construc tion of a marine railway for the pur pose of connecting P.righton with the little villaq-e of Ejttingdean, some three or four miles to the eastward. The rails will be laid on the solid rock with concrete, and at lii'h water will be covered by the sea, which, how ever, will not affect the carriages, the latter bt-iri- supported or. a framework that keeps them hiii and dry. At this part of the coast the cliffs are liih and the beach is practically inaccessible, so that no boatinj tratlie iill be inter fered with. The ears wili be moved by electricity, lihe tlio.- now in use a ' tertv e a s-"-n f v s 1 1 t e of I lr i j;l it on A Gentleman Who formerly resided In Connecticut, but who now resides iu Honolulu, writes: -Kor 20 years past, my wile ami 1 liae ueil Aver's Uair t Igor, and we attiihiite lo it the dark hair which she and I now have, while hun dreds of our acquaiut ances, tea or a dozen year younger thau we, are either : ray-headed, white, or Laid. When asked lma-o!tr Uuit U-aa Viffil retained its eolor slid Inline;,, we reply. ly the use of A ycr Hair Visor nothmp else." "In 10. my aflianced was nearly t::Id. and -TJ the hair k"i,t mt out every day. I i n d u ced lierlouse Ayer's Hair VlRor, and very soon. It not ouiy checked any lunlier loss of hair, 1 ut produced an entirely new grow th, which lias remained luxuriant and ylosy to this day. I can recommend this preparation to all in need of a penuine hair-restorer. It is all that it is claimed to be." Antonio Alarrun, Bastrop, Tex. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR FAROUHAR PATENT VARIABLE FRICTION FEED Best Set Work in the World. Saw Mill & Engine Rectirtd the Medal and Highest Award at th World's Columbian r position. WrrMl tb b uuuto Kh'nrfo Villa. Mu-hmerr r t mw head lur lirnsl CataMjcua. A. B. FARQUHAR CO.. Ltd.. YORK, PEN NA. ' - WHOLESALE PRICES TO 0 ! ACTIVE FORTUNE RANGES THE- rsaiiiaiwsi 11 LL INpaintthebestisthe cheapest. Don't be misled by trying hat is said to be "just as good," but when you paint insist upon having a genuine brand of Strictly Pure White Lead It costs no more per gallon than cheap paLits, and lasts many times as long. Look out for the brands cfWcite Lead offered you ; any of the fol lowing are sure : "Armstrong & UcKelvy," " Beymer-BarrmaTi," " DaTis-Chaalbes,, " Falmestock." For Colors. National Lead Co.'s Pare White Lead flnting Colors. These colors ere sold hi one-round cans, each can b"nif sH'Ctrtit 10 tint 25 pounds ol strictly Fuic Lilt L-ad the desited'sliade; thy are io u'j 3cnse ready-mixed rrarnls. but a rcmHnatioa of r-r-'tetK- rjrc rolcrs in the handiest torm u lil t Slnrll- Hurr White Lead. A '-i many thousand dollars have been saved pr;',Hitv-eucrs l y haviiie our bock on painting : 1 i-!-,r-tard. ScM us a postal card uid get bbU. tv.s. NATION' .L LEAD CO., New Yolk, r.ltiburi; P-at'c h. Ceui.oit Nji.eiit l-uk LuiiviiitS, rittil-urg. What Can't Pull Out? Why the Siii Bow- on the Jas. Boss Filled Watch Cases, made bv the Keystone Watch Case Com pany, Philadelphia. ItJ,ro; tects the "atch frnijhepickj pocket, and prevents it from di oppin. Can only le had wiUi cxsesstatnped with this trademark. fe Sold, withottt extra charge for this bow (ring), through Watch dealers only. Lots cl watch catei are spoiled la the eptning. An opener to obviate this tent Irte. tfaZ LINIMENT IKE any OT " STRICTLY For F AJSITCY Use Propoed on itJL-ar suficrtni? children love to house, it quickly rtlieres nd cures all che ui paios, a.-ithma, brouchui.. ct!U, couuh catarrh, cuts, chap, c Jiiibliiius, colic, choJcra morbus, earache, headache, hoojiiu cough, infiammaticn. la grippe lameness, mump, muscular soreness, nturaV". oenroua head ache. rheuTuaustn, bitrs, bums, biuiaes. jtraini. f- l rains, ttitii;-, smeiling, Rfirl joints, sore thro.it, ore lunp, tx)thacfae. tinlitia and wind colic. OniiL:ted in isio by the late In. A. Johnson, Family Physician. Jt pie nt and exrelltnce hare satitfd rveryto!y for tiecrtv a century. AH y.-houc it are amazed at tin wondY-Hul power. It i-a fcrtothmi R,iti -f vim;: M aaV Rick, aensitive fcutferers. l'el Internal aud Lzterr.ai. Tt rVvtoc! rienaion aa4 aimtrai OB ewry UKtkk Iii'--d I'amjihlt f rr. SoM wrrh l"tW, X . t- LARRABEE'S RHEUMATIC LINIMENT -OR" PAIN . EXTRACTOR CURES- RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO. NEURALGIA. TOOTHACHE. BACKACHE, CATARRH, AND ALL KINDS OF PAINS AND ACHES. Larrabe'8 Rheumatic Liniment Is an old and eatued remedy, whttii bat eujoyed a constant patronare for orrr (o year, provn.j Its wonder ful wonh and ccictency in aiimenU where pain artmrfaM. Larrab'a Rheumatic Liniment ts not a liquid preparation to soil and tarnish by breaking ; it rs put up in wide-mouth bottle and applied with the finp-r , rubbing it in with more or lest fric tion. It is CLEAN, PURE EFFICACIOUS. AGREEABLY SMELLING. QUICK ACTING. Larratee's Rheumatic Liniment i aplendW noutehula remedy lor external ue In Can of bums, scalds, cut, wound, frostbites, headache, paint In mucles, joint and limbs, backache, etc., etc. Vourdruvist sells it. or it can be ordered vy srpciine t-.:il name and addrcsa and 55 ccnu tC below address. aoLa raopaiaroaa, Winkelmann & Brown Drug Co. BALTIMORE. MO.. U. S. A. COPYRIGHTS. CA T A PATENT f For. 5r'ircnt answer and an hone4 ot union, write to .11 NNA: CO. who haTe h 1 J r.earU fifty ya ex;en-nre in the patent buii)eeA. Commnmca U-'ii trirtly enrfldentuiL A Haidbsok ot In frrat rn enneernina lmtrnt ani bow to o ta n i b-ro tHrnt five. AiMa raialoguaoi mechao ted arttl wient.rtc Ikv.1l? int f rve. la;e:itn tat on tbrouch Mura ft Cr. rwefra arwci; coticeiBthe Srienlitir Ameriran. and tti us are broueht widely before th public witu out eot to the inveiitor. 1 hi riitndid pap-r. Issued wcekiy. eleaantly illnst rated, has by far the tarvet irrnltmn of anT scientific work in the word 3 Tear, tan.:e c i aent Iree. Bu;id.ri Kdinoa, montblT. r?tia year. Hnre er-piea. U cents, r Ttry numVr cootaiua beau titul puttes, in colors, and photrvrapha of new hnu-teL. with piarta, enblina builders to show tM la;t deicn awl aeetirecnntnua. Addrcsa iltNN A CO, AfcW Vouk, J til fiuoAUWAT- E20 DOLLARS PER MONTH In Your Own Locality made oasily and honorably, willioutcapi Vil. during your spare hours. Any iu.-.n, woman. 1kv. orrirl can do the work hand ily, without x'rii-ure. Talkiiii un-ucro-i;irT. N'tthinj like it for inoncy nitikinsevcrolTorfd lc foro. Our workers always prosper. No time wa.-tod in learning the biiini-ss. W'c teach yon in a niuht how to Mirceed from the Hist hour. You can make a tri 1 without cx-jen-c t yonrwlf. We start you, fumi-h cvi rythii: nettled to carry on the busi ness suri-essfulir, and cuarantec yon azainst failure if yon but follow our simple, plaiu instruction. Iader, if you are in iieid of ready money, and want to know all aix.nt the best paying business before the public, send us your ad.lrtss, and we wiil mail you a docu laeut giriu you all the 'articular. TRUE & CO., Box 400, Augusta, Maine. HENCH&DP.GMGQLC'S A vonderfat linprnrmmt hi Frietian Fre4 umi 4ic-lijtrk. Hack m.nnn of earn.- three f imea a UB a any uber la the BarLx. Krirttaa t I air h Feed, eatmncall the feM p.-nnnc to Hrnd Uii atule ha-ainx: erreat aariaa ia pairrr and wear. Write ftir eircuUni and nrxs.; furr !.-.! tree upon application. Also .aHa Tooth liar. mm, Mar intra, ( MlliTaiora. farm I'lanl era, !bellera, etc Jtrt.tin thU pvj-rr. HOi.a L mmut Llanfrs.. YORK, FA, wni i.rii w. 1 iuiwk n mi ww JS TREASURER'S SALE ONSEATDLANDS. Aerwab'eto the pniTiJiom of an Art of A mblr of fVn-!vi,uU. dirw'tine the mode of sv!l:n ;tnrl "lauds for Uim the litta dy of March. A. I. nl thr eerml tuppie menu ihereto, tbe Trvawirer ot nonxruet couuly hert-by nv( notire, ihatoniefa the S-bol,i"ou-ty. KuiM:ne and Kuod Tsiea, due on the foilow Ihjc anesttl laadn. are paid before the day of ale. the w hoie. or wh pan of tract f parrel of land aa wil! ba the ti J and ruu. will be sold at die 'oan Hoti- ia Sunk-rt borocigh, oa Monday, June 11, '94 f jr t he arrearages of taxel due and eoSi accrued ttiereua . ACRES. TOWNSHIP. TAX. JDDISOX. Iramer A bra in Millet I McMillen R. 8. A J. J- Sam; ,. w hitel'hrin Pi 1'lie James. hll Wilitija 4.-4 -M4 L0 JJ 4-1 4J4 4i:i iU 4-i 4.'4 4-4 :o Vd l.a 4 2 4-J 215 JO Si w r. is () is O) ll IT 17 U7 14 ;ts 17 S 17 :;s 17 Jl 17 3 l" Id li y : fiu JO I 3ti (0 66 Charrr F.. Hoo.1 Abel s" IKiod Jiwy . 1 1" Joh 1 . S. hn k Fred ch iCiin.rrer) White John - While tj-rne White Abraui Moore Jaroea... A teott rl a ard ., , ., Bacr Wm. J ALLEGIJESY. h'i i j i c'i S 14 11 li.47 3.T4 b.t)t an. I ;.n .14 6 3(-t lUli! a.: 14.79 l.utt 1L4 a" i fc." MS 7...U LIS 10 11 J Anrarine Philip 4'heek John.... . - Column L. C. a. Fbiboa 3- 6 m 1 :) 10 o 1 is In s n Si 1 !ft 12 UO 1! 50 lt ."in 4S 7: 11 ( i t i! 75 40 16 -J. IS 4S W j ii 4J i". is lfi 2 M 2j htnc M- !! J,.u-. forTrmb A. Uc Wilm.ith AVJ Weyand I'an il , lieir Met aii lieonce nii: h. Hanman & Co Soalh J?euu K. K. Co HeJe kiah E. " Mi Vieker Je Kiientierger Meh 1 " Kufbert Fred Finelirh M. L . " Hdieyas Ijither J. Farver Wiiham " Iarr 1. W. ai Iaac John t;hurch " Shaffer Fred K " Keller An Kenb " rarrer John... BenninK Geonfe Fnii-t trtortre " Xil'er YAsoterP " (.ii line A J belrl At Miller.. 13 W) " Online heirs t WambsuKh Jac. tM-iner simoo. Feltoa tlenry Webber H F heir " llillinaa A. P f.iik.j ie John K. " tll.-iuerGeo. W " Walker Samuel.. r'arver Jiseph , " Wevand 1. Trut. 14 Topper John M 8 12 4S 7". . on It 50 h-.:d S4 9 7 4 l'- jr. uo Vi I.I 4 6 irj -' . LOTS. 17 AfKE-S. 4D --4 4'.s S71 ' SJV v:i 4J IS 45J 'Jl'7 as :a hi) 107 j LOT. 1 AfRE?. o 400 lilt 7'.. I 4 8 1 ivi) Jit Walter (ii phart.. P-hair John Meyers Peter a Til 7 J" 10 so 5 7S 7 -JU CS 40 4 Oi 10 J4 1 (H .S 7s 4 t l 11 40 H4 4--! 20 ( -s 6 40 3V si! Si -.v. 5 40 1 Sl at s jy ou 40 jA 3 50 .V. 14 f-1 JO i:;l jo Mi M 44 00 12 41 40 lo Hct-hli-y Peter Uueithley i liar John-on William... Baker Heurv Price lf-aac Hoover Jdtin... Hnnkler (.ieorse...-... Jennlnir Jnhn. WiiMin Tbonuu Keouedr h"tert Kildy J'olin D Oil len John and Kate.. I.ounhoroutch Nalhaa Iieati William. Same Forwan! Chauncev... W.ille-j.berter Ltil Heilman C U. (mineral' f-uyder Peter J . . B. A O. R. R. Co.... Walter Jaci ib M l Etate.. hldyJo!inl) Markle.t S,.n Markle C. P. A Son Markle A Son BukleyA- Pliilon. K. .::!! llmr . Se; hler Phinean ERG T1IF.F.S YALLF. Y. Patton Sarah IV. "17 . L'lO ns - :) 21 1:41 11 9 31 11 72 12 W 6 M 4 14 10 2 JS 11 : y oo Stein Abrain.... Hay Hiram P i iiuntrvuian Jacob (mineral) Hay Kehj. heirs Furaanl Ks Ivkim hnd,dh " liover Samuel Fritz Iiaiii.l poorbaugh J, niah. ..... . COXFLCEXCE E0R0VGU. LOTS. 1 1 Fullerton J. W (aiiahan Thimia. . siillitan Heln.... tharp I iar:d. . Valbtwbt Fred S.rls?r M - Prtit, M. J W hite John 1 70 1 00 3 tl:t 1 l:l 1 HI CI 3 00 2 4 CASSEL3IAX BOROVGIL IVan Edwanl Hay Michael LOTS. 4 a 1 1 24 :;l i2 Hettiiian Coleman I "ran.. coxema can. Eo.l.!yJohn K X ELK LICK. BhP. Jie;ih !-re James 1 A Mrver M-rMn ... W M.-man 'hriMner., , 1 'harry Mary K... . 4'liarry Jane.... , . . Cbarry .latry K M'nire Hiram 'j Wiilierabrreer P. A 1 wolt'enlierKer P. A 1 Mtrnre John .. tw-phart Mmn - Minkey McKeag MeBnde. Clark Morris 40d 4'0 La in .Ins 417 M EE i-V, 4i 4i 1 -) i ; IS SO 1". Wl lii M ::i vs : 17 41 M xs H II 21 4 7ii OO 5 20 ft :ll to so 3 is lots. 3 FAIRIIOPE. 4'''; AmetThrmiii 40 si :m ' Saddler John 27 !i 4 T'J ltey James .': 70 ITJil Tenipes.t l'-,.h.el II Jt". 2 W eld A Sheridan Is so am tiiddenF.hzalH th. . is so 24 KnSiler Haniel 2 2:1 2s Siiirta Adam 1 20 GREEXYILLE. F.d.y n. j lull, W auion A Co JEFFERSOX. 175 4il 1 is : oo V-9 Adanw Barbara -i . 10 1 4'2 Bank-tun It.'iijamin. 23 M PO Flick l.udi! .. 5 r 4i t.albrai'h Mary 2:1 10 4o0 Git'frrtl Jnmes .... 2 t' 1 Kn-h Itenjsmin 'j 1157 40 yueer William 14 IT tjucer Alex b-tatc 13 Lor. 1 Pa'.torton Charles ... 5 13 ACRE'. 23.61 South Pena Kail Road CO Kitumel Jno 11 70 4 41 " fhaulil I'avid I. i si fc.7S " Herkey laaae Jt .anli:ertrtsi a. 7 W 0 H.'tzer SimoL 1 '' 4 S2 Helz-r LHolel 3 3 70 " rn It John s V. 6:.7ii - Miller John L.. ?! 441 t.7l " tiiirdiier David. 7 x .25 " I'ttice 40 JEXXER. 400 rere John r rt 4M M.ire Ja:iMs : m 4' Pl.e,rer I.tnlwick . M ' 2i Yinn Mury J... 1" i 400 Colo James SO 00 LARIMER. 200 Bowman John 21 60 l-i Miller Jacob's heirs 44 is LOT. 1 Shanon Michael 21 ACKEi 75 Witt A Wolfeasbenrer 5 25 50 Meyers Peter heirs a 20 82 Fwnrle Andrew's heirs..... 4 4S 1 Hetisel Eliza. 36 LIXCOLX. 2-jf. Berkev Jflh L M 47 6.1S South Wnn Kail Poad CO Adams Eli P 29 70 5.52 " Bell Isaiah Is Mil S.:(s Maust Jacob 17 56 e.!2 ebaulisJeiry is w tj Sayl.c I rth ti XI 2 5 " (ieisel Ce.rre. 5 40 A09 ' BaTlnrMararet A llruwa J 4 X7 9 Hi Reaai J A Benj. 31 00 K.12 " t.a'tiiter Mary Joseph 16 20 LOWER T I' R KEY FOOT. ri Wallace tV. T ! 61 l.M Roddy Ji.l I) . 41 212 P.indv Frank iHontzeell 17 40 4'al t-ink. Herkouu i Hu.lt si:l 16 4-) FameiJoylei It. SO 2si t-ame iPajnter) 9 6 76 same (Forward A Hugus) . 3 lv X?7 Kama-John K 41 50 1-1 bOticllville & I'lsloa 4'oal, Coke i Iron Co., (mineral).... 107 Ss 426 Meaeby A. A Bm ' . 24 71 '2J Hensel D. C ,et al . 11 6o 514 Iliicis I-aae, et al ' 2 75 1T0 (-ink. herkiaiu A Rndefill 4 76 206 Mcoatehey i Siierer 11 Vb MEYERSDALE R0R0VGII. LOTS. Benford John 4 u-ter Samuel 20 X 4 20 F.na;!e John.. 7 00 Hay Michael Frost Thorn.. Tninoan No. :.15 I'nknown No. U6 Brown A. A. So. 16 Bra'ller A Bo.er Brallier tieonce Broadway Hume i Broedway Same ( Rroadwav I Fame ' Broad ay) Emeries Aaron' XIDDLECREEK. 2 II 15 28 3 S4 3 l 2 V. 6 : 2 3t 2 5." 2 55 2 5.' 1 37 ACREi Whipkey A Barron . W hipkry Jerry A Jv-e MeCartoey John 10 SS 36 3 53 VJ MILFURD. Hansecker F amacl . 85 i 97 XORTBAUPTfiX. Bmvn Snaan . Unnamere Sarah WaTtnan Mary 1 ) 114 1 .7 Ij7 1R 7 1". '-4 t Til L: ;ai :; "4 2 Wayinaa aa tLivoun I r a Mar James Knk leta A. Smith Kiitaer Nclsi.n (aormer Mrs-l'eler OH I E. 4.1 4 4.4S 4-;l 4 3 4 4 I '.'M 271 4l 4 "'i 4 A ll) ravis Jobn - l:k Owen..... Lyl- James . (ridi'.h Edward... F-lk Caleb Jr Foik Caleb :t7 vi H7 t4 37 !M 37 7 S7 !H X7 i .s i-4 : 4 U l 41 M S.I 7s t It 41 ol 17 10 i SO l,vle lames... p.iee John siil, r .t iier VVett MalhU. Ma- James hartraiu Thomas Clark SU'phen.. Insceep John W hiteheafi James ... Koger John (mineral PA. I XT. S-e Philip E.. (mineral) Lehman Henry Filler iie,irve W elide Sanmel QCEMAUOMXG. Turnpike Company Li-nrH. H.. (minora:) tsietnbant;h G.siote " ... Hiimhard Jaeb. Adam and KachacL (mineral I.0CKW00D B0R0lT.lt. lfi HI 7 22 2 t-j 115 e. 42 LOT. I la 1M 2.) 4 2d 12 42 M 20 70 LOTS. Benford (ieorye .. Knos Frank Fe ichen Joeephiue, No. 2".'.. Ci.u Vrt 1 1 4 62 5 Sr, 2 .11 2 si t-eibert W A 1'uiUippi Jacob S.... SUA VE. 7s 1 22 ACRFS. ::al 4l 42 Siai 175 JS V-2 4 IV. 170 Mo ss S-K l.H V7 l.ai ltd 0 14". 27t 275 40 Andersoa Paniurl . n.,-!l Mary ... BendHl ' rt" rx . ( ampi.dl Marr Jr. ..... Canitbe!l Margaret.. Wilherall Ssaiu. !... X'.minerman John Stat ier Jan d (sri Hinsliew Kachmtl ladir Frriotliu P Hitshew nsrve ...., Fell William Kepple M Lohr Pearson. (mineral; Croyle Ja ob '.... Lohr Joseph " llnhn Catharine oler Jonathan .. la).r Thomas J Mia.Ter Hiram Thaller Aniu D .. hha.tr Elias Krabaker M. A " Manves Auanias . Cable lames M Ilerkeyhile Cyrus " . t-peeht Frank " Berkeyldle Adam " Brubaker EIilih " SOMERSET. 43 46 15 20 4 '.'I JS 55 :ai 42 46 Jll 20 51 :'. 57 14 5;i st 23 40 -i 40 5 40 9 51 12 9 10 1 ! 2 s -J7 6 Ni 27 5S 42 7 5 12 17 12 .V. l 42 li r.i 21 06 22 4- 3 12 LOTS. 1 1 1 ACRES. Foley Jnmea . W hitrord E. E , Lore UtxMxe H.. Cum fx rt John Mitoller John (mineral)..... Yi.nna; Jaaob saulb I'enn Kail Rid Co Miller Peter S Biwman Jihe' " Trent Samuel.. 44 Ixniif Auirutus. Bo)L Wil:laru. Colanirh l.e-i S.sylor I riah H " A so Anttony. " Fox Henrv- " W alker I)an l II M Fox Samutd " iL-ter J A Nane " Fuik Jcrrv J ... " Kimmel laniel icbl i ..Tirire.. B man Ja-l.A Say lor Mandrel " F'ike Jacob M.... " Co. of Somerset Psr Farm " Stahl Cyras A. S.bro.kJHAS. " (Tsiier J A M. M Bhrtl.il Val . " Hunter A iez.. trohn Harria.u. " Will William... " Wevand M. ii l " Bovts Henry Keller Hani. -l. " sh..lrS. I' " I.ielity lieo. t'. Tr.-nt I'rlas " S. hr. k JiioC. Stahl W m H , Ccleman I'etiry " WellerWm F... " Marshall Jas M STOXYCREEK. Cor.k Janv W fchiiter Lewia rvirothe WlHUm ?mnll W'iiiiam ..,. II 15 4 50 1 6'i 17 So I 6S 11 00 56 tal 16 Ml 12 6 16 -al s; to 11 jn 40 l ll Is 20 2S ll 5 4 0 140 00 14 00 22 4" lo J 7 40 l:r7 Jll 2. 7 40 1!2 li 70 tal 22 40 56 tal M ! 25 'al 56 ia) 70 ia II 20 l'jo li II (i I6 tal W ol 22 40 16 -O 50 40 laj l.M 11.5S ( i'D -i ri-s 6.J5 .24 .12 4 47 3.42 5M .s4 6. s .11 r s 4 0J 12 ;.: ?;. 2r. s . y.12 7. H 5.V7 6.51 h.sji 4 10 5.16 In ss 4.2:1 22 M 4.4tl 3 40 l:-..ss t.2 4l 1231 440 n 20 s; LOTS. 1 1 9 2 1! ACRES. 15 :! South Penn Rail Kosd Co ljimlii Jotlll A .. - W. iifieJ.rflah D M Klimiiel Jisit.. Snyder Jno 3 .. Klnitnel J. L.. " Yoder Mose..... Klmmei J.atiah Waiker Wm H. . hns-k Uarid. Kimmel Jais.bi. I.ea-se raroline. Rinaier lvi " hi.vderJno H. - Miill Henry " Ktiej'per Jac M. " Flaroin M.boi s A lrina.... Kollz (ieorife ' hover Jno est'te " Buyer Geo. SUMMIT. 15 311 10 00 .tl ia in t; 22 tal S 70 46 tal 14 25 HO 11 26 15 64 l'.5 00 S3 (al 10 OO 40 Ml St 76 7 50 3 73 2 60 23 22 7 5 4 ! 5.4S V ).l 3l 7 W a. :t.i7 12.24 7 15 Sid 6s7 4J5 1.75 3 44 2. it 45 Short John 4 (t Zti KoliyJno U.Svvie'.l V. P. Wolf I. (mitierali 7 24 1.50 Roddy Jno. li. Co., I.l. ti- tyi uneral 9 10 2M Forward l!'js . Is lit HobliUeil J.J " 7 65 47 1 ivcniriiod A Ehleil " .. l(a ou 4n l.n.m y Joel " 5 4iJ jo! Ketooe Coal Company " ... 22 15 4st peachy. Keim A Livein;o.l I Brecuer. lnneral 26 1 1 lsiVj Wallace W'. T. Horner) " 10 no a. W alker Jats.1. P. K-ta'e " . 66 !'. 70 Miller Sam U.(Zii.u M.J- eai mineral . 7 46 ?' Owens Henry W 4 14 LOli. 3 PrltLiilaJ IT 6 19 SOUTIIAMPTOX. Si Conip Sutinel.. 2 ".1 110 Motor W itt 9 74 JO Roddy A Brinham (sawmill). 2 ifi 7 same iTrontmani 1 Is 30 tianmer John's (heirs) . 172 .'' mith Solomon. .- 2 is S1 Cijuichenour K ti 4 ' M Enierlek Jacob 127 l:a MnniRiei Lefevre A Co (BitU nr i 4 60 60 Hummel Leferre A Co. (!'e- tetibrint) 1 15 S'J Rwhly A Brinham imineral). 14 150 ani.e'd, Taotiiaa A Co i Jeae Coi.kl 'mineral) 12 30 Pal Brinham A Hewit (W itti -. 4W lj5 Hatue i ilincil !el .. 4 10 1-0 Wallace W. T. i B. Paker; -. 1". 125 Same ; pfeller J. C i 4 tal 5s Wevand heirs iMattz t;ei.)" 3 30 l.ii". H.me 'Mini till ". 2 70 in". Same i Murtz I-aiah) . 2 ,rai Same t.Martz tie.rire J) ".. 1 15 56 Same (Smith Solnnion i 1 15 150 Wallace W. T i.-i.d.r A.:41. . 6 15 15 Sa e (Snyder Jacobi "... 6 15 47 BuilalO(N. Y.)Co .(Haitmanl mineral) 2 07 111 Same (Fmerlck W.) . 6 :ts 75 Same i Emerick J. L.) " .. 5 43 "7 Same Hakt r B. ) 4 32 1: Sams Knerick Val) " 5 7V k2 Si'ine rKmeis k N.) 3 lio Same i Kmenck .'. J.) " s 26 1-al Same iF.mer.ck S..l - 10 62 24 Same (Tauber M. L.) "... 1 U7 213 Hay M. V 1. heirs i Kennel J. 1.) iiuiceral) 9 42 57 Same' shoemaker B.) 5 12 l.iS Same (Kornn Jait.b) 4 "SV S5 Same (Hurket T.) "... 4 37 K0 Rinarl Sylvester (Kennel Levi, mineral 4 41 51 Ferhtis; S. C A Shaffer Gid eon s heirs (mineral) 3 Ut UPPER TURKEYF0OT. ?0s 1KI 13 50 2I1 ::i lit 1:3 is", 147 62 :'. 117 M 51 24 1: l.W f4 li'O 2i0 275 175 4-.ft 215 12 111 215 Barney John. ... Aahu.ti Hiunphrey..... Hnlbr.a.k Henry.. Shulu Jonas - Vomrht John Ilolbrook Henry Conneliaviil A l'rina C. C A I. Co (Yminkin Inrin (min i) Same YtMinkln lielilah)".. Same ttthoads alexi same (K'.mesl.urK Velson' Same ilhUlippi H.) Same f B'nba'iich Mary) 4 Same (May F.vai - same ( Hrestone Mary) .. Same (Wooding; J. ti) tame iHinebanch Issbihi".. Hensell l. ratcer B) ". Same i Kn Kar o.hn SI.) Same t Yoineht I). II I Same (Hon.e.urKh jtmasi''. same iliciuba'ia:S Iiavidi" Same IRroticber Free) . Same tSeehier J.hua Same (SbonpA Heithew)M Same (Yutty E. D.) " Same i Meyers Jona) tame (I'onover J. C ) Same (Couover J. C.) r URSIXA BOROUGH. Cot A Freymeyer.. Moricsn, Yisin 4 Co...- Roddy Juhn 1 Same 10 92 9 1 2J 4 sn 19 SO 1 60 05 5 71 K W 5 W S 60 1 .Vt 41 37 2 21 1 Of. 5 70 5 70 3 9 7 00 42 110 II !0 7 t aS 21 42 9 41 7 97 4 96 9 41 LOTS. 1 o 2 8 1 2 1 20 2 (al 14 40 lai so 1 60 Scil.-il Umry. Spencer Adams A Co . WELLERSBURG BOROUGH. 1 Lilley Jovyh's heirs 1 92 Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A. M. E. E. PUGH, Treasurer of Somerset County, Penn'a. Tunt int'i OFnoV i comeiset, A pi 11 4, 1991 P. 8 Pe-ums payine taxes on auy of the lands adTertbwd issiote the day of Site, will be cwed 75 cents is advei lisiu. and fees. WANTED. Ffonsst, temjrate. erereetie men to aoli-ii or der, for FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL NURSERY STOCK. Pennauem employ ment and ktaid asm s : alo litieral lndtieeinenut w ks-al s are tits. Varieties esptcialiy adapted Ui Pentuyitrauia. The buine eaily leame-l. Write at or ee ft terms ami terriuiry. Address R C. CHASE At CO . 14J0 SoJlll PcUU s,(ure, 1'tiilaJeiphJa. CONDENStO TIME TABLES. Baltimore And Ohio Hailroad. Somerset and Cambns Branch NORTHWARD. join. 'T-'riJ;zj?;i S.tue-sM 4 in. mot-""" 5.MO. Johnstown. .!. Knroet-et I is. o.j - , " 12.7, Johns Ju 2:.4 p. m. Jvhtul" Tfvomwtvdathti Rxx kwood i 20 p. n ., Somerset 6'43 p. so., Bwyeanwn HaoTcriiile7r22p.i. Johusu.wa s:15p. (tptaToy csi-raof.irK Rorkwoo 12:55 a. m. bun tercet, ma. SOrTHWARD. Jf.fllohnstuwn 7 40 a. m., HoorerwrCle : StOTesuiwu 3-so, cajuicrsa;. a.., aww (:. EiprtM Ja.hnstowTi SiTO p, Hnorer ril Al. pwiyeaiowu .jo, ooier .v, - - J 5.25. SaW fav-Johnow ?) a. re., Hoorersri;! J 1Q Bk I, .-I'JtrlU.II 7 -MJ ill, IV.' 10:1 a. m ., Rckwood 10: ji a. m. S-fiT- j4twmioia) Somerset 5:01 p. m. koakwood 5j25 a m Daily. pESXSYLVASIA RAILROAD. 8CHElCLK IX EFFECT NOV. 19, 1 CASTCRN STANDARD TIME COKDKXsED SCHSDrU. TV. i n arrl .rut dn. irl rVf.m the station at Johnstown as follows : WESTWARD. Southwestern Expreaa. Western Express . Johnstown Aecommoilatton. .( a. m - 4.5.; a. m .. 57 a. m . 910 a. m - 9:24 a. m - 3::2 a. m .. 5.16 a. m ..v :o p. mi . 9:os p. m. Aceommodation Parin Express.. W ay PasaenKcr.. . Mail Johnstown Accommodation.. Fast Line. EASTWARD. Keystone TT" 5 3S a, m Seashore Expretie 5-40 a. m a ius.ua Ars iD-a.s1auoa. ..... 9 24 a. m Main Line Expre - 10:15 a. m. lay Expre . 11:10 a. m A.u.'iia Aeeominodatioa.. 12:02 p. m ji.ii r. a 1 1 ....... ..ii a. Johnntown ctommodatlon 6 v p. m r 111 la-ieipni.w.;.!.... . , . ,'it. p. Ill Fast 1 '"- 10:o0 p.U For rates. mat. Ae.. ro to Ticket Aeerit or ail- dress Thos. E Watt, P. A. W. 1).. HO Fifth Ave nue. Pitfcdnri:h, Pa- 8. M. PkKVosT, J. R. WOOD. tren 1 Maiiafter. Ocu 1 lass. Agt It is to Your Interest TO BUY YOUR Drugs afd Medicines OF J. H. SHYDEH. grCC KKSOB TO Biesecker k Snyder. Kone but the purest and best kept in stock, sh1w-pu Drugs become inert by gtarni ing, as certain of them do, we de stroy them, rather than im posaf on or.r cutoo:eTa. Yon can depenj on having your PRESCRIPTIONS & FAMILY RECEIPTS filled with care. Our pritea are as low as any other nrst-claaa ho'is and on many articlt- much lower. The petjple of this county seem to know this, and have given as a large share of their patronage, and we shall still continue to pre them the yery best goods for their money. Do not (bncet that we make a specialty FITTING- TRUSSES, Wt guarantee satisfaction, and, if yon hare had trouble in this direction, give us a call. SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES in great rariety; A full set of Test Latnses. Come in and have your eyes examined. Ko charge for examination, and we are confident we can suit you. Come and see cs. Respectfully, JOHN N. SNYDER GOOD LIQUORS r and Cheap Lienors By canine at the Old Relia'-'a TJuaor Store. .309 Mail St, and 10C (linlon St, Johnstown, D?a., all kinds of the ChoKtest Li. jora In market ran he had. To my oid customers this is a well known fact, and to all "then eonvincicg proof will be given. Dun't toifret that I keep on hand ihe created variety of Liquors the choicest brands and at the lowest puces. P. S. FISHER. W. S. BELL & CO. " 431 Wood St., PITTSBURGH DEALER IS PHOTOGRAPHIC CTippi irC VIEW CAMERAS. OUrfLlLO, DETECTIVE CAMERAS, sod the famoai KODAK in seven styles. Wilte for catalogue, FKF.E. CURTIS K. GROVE. SOMERSET, PA. BUGGIES. BL2IGH3, CARRIAGES, Sl-BXSO WAGO.tS, BUCK WAOOS3. ASD lASTKitS AND WaSTERJt WOBX Tnmlahed en Short Notice. Fainting Don 02 Short Time. tj wjrk Is made oat it TiorjHjk! StamieA Wood and the But Iro ami StrW, Substantially Constructed, Kcatly Finished, and Warranted to rive 8at-actioa. X'palrinf of All Kinds In My Line Dona oa Short Notice. Prices REA30KABLI and All Work Warranted. CaTl and Examine my Stork, and Learn Price I do Wsoo-wora, and rurciah Selves far Wind Tills. Remesaber the place, and call in. CURTIS K. GROVE, faast ot Voorl Boosa SOMaULfiXT. PA. AUiC QUICK TO ACT ! EASY 1 . - jt. TO BAKE! Manufaciured by IVHAVEX A CO., Ltd.. Pittsburgh. Sold and gvMx-y,-,i by JAMES B. IIOLDERBAUM, Somerset, Pa. Krisinger & Kurtz, Dorlia Ta. and P. J. Corer .t ?on MoyernIe,p1 New York Weekly Tribune Somersct Herald ONE YEAR. TWO DOLLARS. AJJress all orders Louthefs Drug Main Street, Somerset, Pa. This Model Drug Stcrsis Rapidly B.ccming aGrwt Favorite with People in Search cf FRESH AND PURE DRUGS, Medicines, Iyc Stuffs, Sponges, Trusts, Supi)or1ers, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Sc. TH DOCTOR GIVES PIP-SONAL ATTENTION TO THS COJfFOrXDIHG Of Lomiiefs FrescriptionsiFamily Receipts S&EATCARe BtlXO TAKES TO CB 0SL Y FXESH ASD JLSB AST JOBS SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES, And a Full Line of Optical Goods always on hand. From .ni large assortment all can be suited. THE FINEST BRANDS OF CIGABS Always on hand. It is always a pleasure to display our goo. to intending purchasers, whether they buy trom us or elsewhere. J. M. LOUTHER M. D. MAIN STREET - - SOMERSET. PA Somerset Lumber Yard ELIAS CUNNINGHAM, MsjrtrracTatB ko IiaLU aD Wsol.au tins KTii:.s or LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS Hard and Soit TVoods, OAK, POPLAR. II)IXG3, F.CKETS, MOCLDISG", ASH, WALXCT, n-OORIXQ, BASH, stair rails. CEERRY. TZLLOW PISS, SHIHGIES. DOOR3 BALCSTr.H, CHE5TSCT. WHITE PINE, I 4TH. BUNT3, SEWIi PC;T A General Llae of ail grade of Lumber an-l BulldiDt; Material anJ Koofing S'.ate i T U ' Also, can ftirniah anyihiug In the line of our business to order wiih resocabi proicftacss, snch a- Bracket-, OOd-size.1 ork, etc ELIAS CTJGSrNTGELAM, Office and Yard Opposite S. &C. R. R. Station. Somerset IT. WILL 1AY YOU TO CT TOC Ztlemorial Work WM. F. SHAFFER, 8OJIEHSET. PKXN'A., Mann Adorer of and DesUer ta Ba''trn Wort rVmiaAtdoa 5or i'ofc't . ell Co U ill E2ASITE WOIi Alto, Agent fortt WBITX BBOtZBt Persona la need of M0MMENT WORK will End it to their lutert-; to call al mj abo; th-n a tnper liusinc will be r,ven tlmm. 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