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Somerset, Thursday June 27, 1878. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS Hamilton U leUing Woman .allow $l, Volil elsewhere at $2,70 Kid S2,2- " " liiickU Walking hoe $1,"0 S.7o f2,00 fira.Je the butter. . A.rt the eKU- Murrab for the Fourth of July, f io to Pittoei for ugr. Come to Soroemel and eoj.-y the 4lh. Come to Somerset and tpeud the 4th. John Pearne wa in town last Sunday. Mini Hanna Ititt w upending her va ration at home. Taxpayng time ha expired. The M atonic Celebration at New iiiKton in lucceae. Lex- Quite number from our town were in attendance at the Maeonio Celebration at New Islington. MiM Jennie Rudolph haa ft beautilnl as sortment of millinery goods. . Dan Stiukle chopped a bee tree last Mon day and got nine gallons at honey. the National platform and hare your neighbor read it. Van Law A Williams' mntto is, the best good for the least money. Irtttoeiold 1200 pound of ugar lat Saturday. The National State Contention will be held 23d of July at Columbu. Wheat is about ready to be harvested. O.ui coming oat in head and looks well. Now i the lime to invest in real estate in Somerset. CELEBK.VTIOS ON THE FOURTH. Committee?. Executive'C'om. Martin Lerkey, I). M. Mathews, O. M. Hamilton. Com. on Oration Thomas Scallon, M. F. Scott, II. C. Greiner. Coiu- on Music O. M. Hamilton, S. P. Lentz, Prof. Milligan. Com. on Priviligea Martin Berkey, O. M. Hamilton, T. Spencer Stiilman. Com. on Construction of Dancing Plat form lie fresh merit table and Water Sup plies Jehu B. Joner, Iaac Weaver, Thos. Scallon, J. P. Mechling, Wm. Ornbbs, Amos Helsor, John Moutz, Charles Page, John Achauer. Com. on Racing J. B. Jones, Dovid Ancil, Isaac Weaver, Thomaa Scallion. Com. on Grounds Martin Berkey. Iaac P. Mechling. Jehu B. Jones, Henry H; nus J. P. Mechling, Isaac Weaver, S. M. Jentz, Wiu.C. Wier, J. C. C. Myere, John Kull- niau, Sam Westall, Win. II. Shough.l Joseph Shough, John Scanlon, "Thell" Hamilton, George W. Brown. Mrs. Emma Brown, Lou Doubleday, Ben Whitmer, (. M. Hamilton, T. Spencer Stiilman, M. F. Scott, C. J. Skinner, A. R. Yost, D. M. Matbews, Isabel Weir, Isaac Weaver, T. M. Aahbrook, Thog. Johnson, S. E. McCor mick, J. P. Meohling, Wm. Loucks, Kate A. Brown, Misses Jenne Rudolph Rebecca Williams, Mary bcott, Lura Matbews, Yarnell, Mary McQuaid, Hanna Levitt, Ella Finck, Lizzie Scott. Managers an City Hall Dr. D. W. Thomas, James D'lts, Mrs. Emma Brown, Lou Doubleday, B. W. Levitt, Kate A. Brown, Eli Flowers, R. M. Ashbrook, Mrs. Flora Levitt, Mary Scott, Lizzie Scott, Carrie Ashbrook. Floor Managers at Brown's Hall John Gallin, Frank A, Dittoe, L. V. Kullman Thell Hamilton, Noah Carr Jr., Barch Kumlaugh, J. W. Brown, Verge Ashbrook, Al. E. Magauder. Every person named on the above com mittees, and every other person desirous to aid and assist in carying on the good work of having a jolly old fashions celebra tion of the coming 4th are urgently and earnestly requested to meet at the City Hall on Thursday evening June 27th at 7 o clotk to perfect the arrangements tor tne celebration. By order of the Board. O. M. Hamilton Secretary. M. Berkey President. The English Crown Diamonds. The English crown diamonds are valued at 8,500,000. They are in a thick iron chest, and are guarded by sentinels day and night. There is a diadem of eighty six diamonds of various sizes, in the iuW die o which is the celebrated Kooh-i-neor alone valued at $320,000; also a collar of 108 diamonds, in the centre of which is mi emerals, said to be the purest and niot4 beau tiful extant. A second diamond is a blend" injf of diamonds and emeralds, In tbecen" ter is the large Ksudsvasfy diamond, vnl" ued at $000,000. It would be rated at a higher sum were it not for a flight delect. These, and many oiher valuables of the kind belong to the Knglish crown. A por tion are used by the princess of Wales on special occasions; the Kaudavassy was tor mely the eye of a one eyed Hindoo deity, and has been but lately added to the colh-e-ion. For an Elegant Parasol, exiiite fan, or perfect fitting Corset, very cheap, go to Hamilton's Store. f" " ; y i-w" y uu -. 11 1 f 1 Hi 1 ri r 88 8 8 888888888888 I wish to say to my customers that 1 have just received a luiiliue of new goods and very chean eon- g STRAIGHT NEEDLE. 8 sistint' of Let the council see that all the alleys be longing to the corporation are opened. Van Law & Williams is known as the headquarters for the latest styles. F. A. Dittoe sold twelve hundred pounds of sugar last Saturday. Look over the columes of The Press and deal with thoso who advertise. By a recent decision of the Supreme Court, all deeds must be recorded within six month after execution, to effect a good title. Few villages have parks like New Lex inston. When the irrasa gets wet a half dozen men get on the upper side and stand it on its end to drean off. Come to the races on the 4th at Soiacr erset Fair Ground. Marshal Cain arrested a tramp last Fri day and gave him lodging in the cooler. The Council will hold its regular sess ion neit Monday evening. Farmers don't seem to be in any hurry about selling their wool. Shawnee irl to have Fourth of Celebration. The Somerset Woolen mill is now pre pared to do all kinds of work on short 'no tice. The facilities of this mill are far su perior to any mill in the county, employ ing better mechanics and the machinery is far superior. y all means bring your wool to this mill. Only 40 Cents for the Campaign; THE SOMERSET PRESS, Till: ORGA2 OF THE NATIONAL PARTY Of Perry county will be furnished from now until after the fall election for FOKTY CENTS. More News, More Reading Matter, Later News Than any two Papers in the county Money must accompany all orders. Now is the time to subscribe. Address W. P. MAGEUDEE, Somerset, Ohio. Employment for Ladies and Gentlmen at Homo, Look to your interest, and buy of those ho advertise. It is a fact that those who advertise are more liberal than those who on't July Raspberries have been selling at 7 cents per quart on our streets. We received ten new subscribers the past week. Soma of the business houses on the square are much in need of paint. Come and settle your subscription for the past year. We must have money. lion. John O'Neil spent lad Sunday in Somerset. The next Ohio State Fair will be held at Columbus on September, 10, 11, 12 and 13. It is stated that a number of new premiums ill be added to the list, and the exhibition ill be enlarged and improved. Parties wishing groceries in quantities uting harvest will find it to their sdvan tage to examine F. A. Dittoe's stock before purchasing elsewhe'e. Coffee has taken a big fall at F. A. Dit toe 's. A drunken man on our streets is not of ten seen. The Yocrger building will soon b ready for occupation. Splendid racing at the Fair gronuds on the 4th. The Hon. Lew came very near being a Lieuteuant during the rebellion. He bad twenty sixteen sheet bills struck calling for recruits but some one told him what a ter rible thing it was to be shot at and that wound np the would be Lieutenants mil itary career. It is now time for all to betrin their viren- - D , k v 11 .i. i a t rations for makin. our fair a success. r.ow au mai warn uowers lor meir yaras There are some things that, being put off too ml gardens should call at my green house loner, connot be done at all. And this is being A large lot of walnut lumber shipped from this point. We have sent out a number of accounts the pa-t week and we wnnt them promptly responded to. How do you like it? Two dollars and eighty cvntu on the hundred. The county dead beats must be oared for however. The County, Dry Goods Store of Newark Ohio, is offering great! inducements to citi xent of Perry county. If any of our subscribers wish their subscription in corn they bring it at once. to pay should The auction sale of goods belonging to Levitt ft Co. was largely attended last Sat nrday. Mr. Will O. Shearer of the Maryntille Tribune is visiting friends in Somerset and vicinity. There will be a Murphy Mass Meeting during the coming month or early in An gust we nnderstand in this place. The circulation of The Press is larger in northern Perry than all the other pa pcrs combined. " ' Dr. II. B. Woodward is kept on the go the greater portion of the time. The Dr has bnilt up a reputation as a physician in this community which he justly desrves. The Somerset grave robbers did not pickle their "stiffs" they merely covered them with gum blankets. Kemeniher we will furnish Tun Pkf.sb until after the October election for forty cents. Uur attention has " been called to some new and labor-saving cooking utensils re cently invented. One of which, the Uui versal Weight and Measuring Utensil, for weighing flour, sugar, butter, and measur ing molasses, milk and all kinds of liquid used in cooking, entirely superseding ex pensive scales. The Patent Centennia Cake Pan, the best anil most covenien La He run, ever inndc, and which every hoilreliei-i't i have when they ee advantages i-vt-r ill otners. . Also, th Kiii-heiitT. in. a plittil rt'ir-- hoih-r to han in-iii. ..t .ill rdin:ir o -t, t.ir i-i 1 i n u al M1K1H ! v.-iei:iDlt-S, c,:iS, etc.. 'Vilu-n. when done, can be removed at once perfec tly dry without lifting the heavy sooty pot off of the stove. These goods are sold evclusively through agents to families, ami otter a spieniiia opportunity to some re liable lady or gentleman canvasser of this county to secure the asency for a very profitable business. For terms, territory, etc., write to L. E, Brown & Co., No 242 Elm Street, Cincinnati, O. OF THE NJ.CF.tfT AND N KWJ'Hf STY LlC-. Dress Goods of every description. Cloths, Cassimeres, Janes, and Cottonades )F THE LATEST STYLES A XI") BEST QUALITY VERBA CHEAP. Bleached and Brown Muslin and Shirtings, ALSO A FINE LOT OFREADY MADE SHIRTS I wih to call your special attention to our fine selection of HATS, both Fur and Straw. Also Very Fine Carpets, AND A FULL LINE OF NOTIONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION From a fine kid 'love down to a pair of shoe strings. I Avill sell you a good pair of Opera Kid Gloves for 50 cts. I have alse added to my stock a fine lot of 8 r:K 8 V:L2iV Am 8 r p 1 8 NEW MACHINE 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 the rrstili of over laseHtu five years' experience, and em bodies all that is tisefulin Seiz ing Jilachine inventions ZrXJilVAZED JFOS IIS SIMP XI CI TT, EASE OF MJJVAGElLEXr, QVIET-Q 1TESS, XYJ ZIOUT-RVX- J xxsre qvjlziiies. Sold on the tnost favorabTa K terms. THE G.BEAT WAB HISTORY. HJSTOBY Or THE Army of the Cumberland U4 .Agents Wanted in City and Conntryi A.DDEESS 8 I WHEELER & WILSON MF'G CO., sT f r 182 WEST FOURTB ST., C2NClNNATIt O, 3 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 OLD, TRIED, AND TRUE. people are getting acquainted and those who are not ought to be with the wonderful merits ot that great American Remedy, the History of Perry County, Circumstances beyond my control have delayed the preparation and publication of the History oi Perry County, Ohio, which I have for some time had in contemplation. The book -will be a large volume, of about six hundred pages, veil bound and printed, and pub lished by a regular book establishment, on good paper, in good style, and in a workman-like man ner. It will contain a history of the county by townships, as far as practicable from the period of the earliest white settlements, down to July 4th, 1377, the close of the Centennial year. The work will give the names of the early pioneers, of each township, as far as possible, introducing incidents connected with the early settlements, and the growth and progress of all parts of the county. Also, as far as mav be obtainable, a separate nd distinct account oi each town, old and new, in cluding, of course, Overmyertown, Somerset, Throuville, Rehoboth, Bristol, Kew Lexington, Mount Hope, Crossenville, Wolf town, Haxville, Oatfield, Porterville, Straitsville, Millertown, Sego, Mount Perry, SaltUIo, Whippstown, Middle town, Kew Straitsville, Shawnee, McCuneville, Junction City, -"Glcnford, Moxahala, Hemlock, Fcrr&ra, Baud's Furnace, Buckingham, and any oiher old or new towns that may be dug up or made up before the manuscript work of the book is clos ed. I Lave two first class Taylors under my control and when we sell you a suit of clothes we guarantee a fit or no sale. I will take all kinds of produce in e change for goods, and any desiring to trade wool for goods had better come and see me before purchasing elsewhere as I will sell at THOMAS JOHNSOjN. MEXICAN Mustang Mniment, FCE. MAN AND BEAST. This liniment very naturally originated in Ameri ca, lvhoi-o Nature provides in her laboratory sncll turpvi.:i.s antkloh.i for inc. male-dies of hercliil dif a. its far.-.o has K-cu sprraOios for S5 years, rr-.til nov.-11 c:-.c!rclcn J(ho naMUtble plobe. T'nc 31:iean Mustrvr. LhiLiinit is a matchless n-inody fnrnll o?:ternr.lniliTicntsof ruanand beast. To sto'.-k owners a:'. '. CarsveM it is invaluable. A single bottln oficn wives a human life or rc sj,.r. 3 the -ast fiil v- f on excellent horse, ox, cow, or shci'ij. It cures foot-rot, hoof-ai!, hoUow horn, grub, serew-worm, $houkler-rot, mango, the bites and stings of poisonous reptiles and insects, andovery such drawback to stock breeding and bush life. It cures every external trouble of horses, such as lameness, scratches, swinny, sprains, founder, wind-gall, ring-bone, etc., etc. The Mexican Ilustang Unimeut is the quietest cureinthoTorld for accidents occurring In the family, in tho absence of a physician, such as fcorns, scalds, sprains, cuts, etc., and for rheuma tism, and stiffness engendered by exposure. Par ticularly valuable to Miners. . It is the cheapest remedy in the world, for it penetrates the muscle to tho bone, and a single application. Is generally sufficient to cure. Mexican Mostang Liniment Is put up In three sizes of bottles, the larger ones being proportlon afely much the cheapest. Sold everywhere. The volume will rive a historr of the railroads of the county, of the newspaper press, of the several county seat struggles, of Ferry county in connec tion with the war of 1812, the Mexican war, and the war of 1861. Also, as far as information can be procured, a separate and distinct account of each Church society in the county. As extra-historical, the book will contain a chap ter upon the mineral and other wealth, and upon the future prospects of the county. Enough has been said to give an idea of the gen eral scope and character of the proposed volume. Of course, a local work can not be furnished at so small a cost as one of a general nature. But the price of the History of Perry County will be fixed at So.00, which is not much in excess of general historical works, of corresponding size ana nuisn. K. B. Agents are wtnted to canvass each town ship in the countv. A resident agent of the town ship wo'd be preferred, but this is not essential, i the person applying is a competent one. Person unknown to mo must come well recommended as to integrity, and ability to do this kind of work. Ap. plication for an agenc y may be made in person ur by letter, when information as to terms will be r: e volume will be published as soon as a thorcu-h canvass of the county can be made. Meanwuile, persiis residing at a distance may or der the book, and their orders will be recorded, and their names placed on the list. To secure the book, it will have to be subscribed for or otherwise ordered. E. S. Colbobk. Sarch 15, 1877. Its Organization. Camvaian. nA lite request of ilajor-tieneral Geo: II. Iklm from hit J'rit-ale Military .b.rni . .i . mil oilier Document nnithed bv him A 'in. i Ian Jlorne, U. ,v. a. LIBRARY EDITIOK.-2 rot,. 8t, With an Aluh of 22 Campaiun ami Haiti Maps. Price, Cloth, $8.00; Sheep. $10 00 Half-Morocco, $12.00, POPULAR. EDITIOX. Wiih f.,m. paign May. 3 uofe.' 8ro, Cloth, $5.00. Every family in the landshould have acuv ol It. most truthful, thorough, and valuable eojlril.uli..i to the military history of the rebellion, "The subject-matter is admirable, well arranged and well digested." Gen, W, T, Sherman. "The 'book of books' on the war nf the rebellion,' - M nj M ien. Joseph Hooker, Sent by maii, free of charge, on receipt at prw, ROHKUT CLARKE & CO., Publishers, CtaciSHATl, O. ROBERT CLAliKE & A O . , eUSLISIfEBS, WHOLESALE AND &E1AJI. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, HAVE BECENTLY PCBLI8HED for Tottmship Officer. PECK'S TOWKSMP OFFICERS. The Law governing Township and Town Officers iu Ohio; with Forms and Annotations. l ou Townshia Blanlt: Inclndins Bonds. Order Books. Certificates, Supervisor's Blanks, and Treasurer's Books, Keg iater of Bonds, Journals, Records, etc. for Justice Of The Peace Constable, Jte. 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A summary of tha law of partnership, for business men. By Hou. Stanley Matthews. 1 50 Hanover on the Law of Bargain, Sale, and War rant o Horses and other Live Stock.; BOOK DEPARTMENT. Public and Private Libraries supplied on the most liberal terms, and correspondence Invited with Committees, Teachers, Professional Men, and - Book buyers generally. Particular attention give to the importation of for eign books, periodicals, etc orders oispalcoea weekly. Catalogue of Miscellaneous, Juvenile, School, Medical, Law, Theological, and Scientific Books supplied gratis on application. . ROBERT CLARKE & CO., emphatically the case with many things neened for a successful exhibition of our products! Begin in time, is always a good motto. The Ladies festival at Music Hall was enjoyed by all who attended. A child of H. A. Swarts wns bitten by a dog belonging to R. M. Barber in the face and on the following morning Swarts went on a clubbing expedition and clubbed the dog to death. I will sell you plants at from 5cts. to 2-ct?. each, nice and large. Green House North Columbus Street, Somerset, O. P. G, Mathias. Myers & Yarnell beats them all on stoves The red cross is the best heating stove io the market for tale by Myers and Yamol We will offer for the next ten days im mense bargains in Ladies Gaiters, Buckle walking shoes, side, front; and button kid's Hamilton & Co. Mora real pleasure in 4th than ever before. Cherries are cheap and plenty, - Some one open a lumber yard The premium list has been revised. New potatoes are plenty. West Hull Asssgnee of Levitt & Co. made a settlement with the Probate Court last week. Somerset on the E. P.Kunkel's Bitter "Wine of Iron. This truly valuable tonic has been so thoroughly tested by all classes of the com munity that it ia now deemed inbispensa- ble as a tonic medicine. It costs but little. thoroughly purines the blood and gives tone to the stomach, renovates the system and pro longs me. .everybody should have it. i or the cure of weak stomachs, general debility, indigestion, deseases of the stom ach, and for all cases requiring a tonic. This wine includes the most agreeable and efficient salt of iron we possess citrate of magnetic oxide combined with the most Let the good work of pntting down side energetic of vegetable tonics yellow pe walks be kept up. Dittoe bought a large stock of sugar be tfor the raise, and will give his costomers .the benefit of the same. ' We wan't one and all who have not paid up last yean subscription to come and do so and save themselves trouble. We need money bady and must have it. Pioneers. Among whom we remember Martin Ri- ruvian bark Do you want something to strengthen you? Do you want a good appetite? Do you want to get rid of nervousness? Do you want energy? Do you want to sleep well? Doyouwant to build up your constitu tion? Do you want to feel well? Do youwant a brisk and vigorous feeling' If vmi rtr trv Kl NKh.l.'H R1TT denour, Gleoford, Jac. Binklcy, Thornville WISE OF IKON. Ho"iseess I t--JSf'mjn mr - J - Ml and more, by buying a machine that will last you a life time, and that has all tho latest improvements. . rnrvrmt omuiiairt waumia ry 4 ItV&VU MJHIIMVr SWUM.1M vvi) ' Liberal Tern l to Agentt. BenaforCIiculfA 199 andSOI Wababh Ave., Cor. Adams St,, Chicago, IU. The Yiking, Guy, Legend of the Moxa hala and Other Poems BY CHARLES EDGAR SPENCER. Ext. Cloth $1,75. Postage(if sent by mail) iu cents. The notices of the presB on the above book have not been collected. ' i':l;il!iH8l ISfJo. GUia'OliK & (TO.. Attorneys at Law, 029 1? Street, Washington, D. C. ! - American and Foreign Patents. Patents procnnnl hi all countries. No fees in ADVascr. No cl:ire unless the patent is granted. No foes t'jr lanlciti preliminary ex am illations. Special attention givii to Inter ference Cases before the Patent Office, Exten sions before Congress, Infringement Suits in dif-fei-ent States, :u;l a'l liiijration appertaining to Inventions or Patents. Skn'd Stamp for pad- rnLET OP PIXTV PACKS. United States Courts and Departments. Claims prosecnted in tlws Supreme Court of the United States, Court of Claims, Court of Com missioners of Alabama Claims, Southern Claims Commission, and. nil classes of war claims be fore tike Executive Departments. Arrears of fay and Bounty. Ofpickrs, soFaUiKits and SA.ii.ous of the hue war, or tlieir heir?, are iu many cases entitled to money from (he Ooveriimeuttoi" which they have no knowledge. Writft full history of service, and state amount ot iiav ami bounty received. Ku- Whero all who sick with Acute or Chronic Di- close stamp, and a full r.ply. nfi.T xaminnlimi. ea&os, will nave an opportunity ottered them of Medical Notice. Dr. K. A. FAUQTJIlARof Patnaiu, jUtiskingum, county, Ohio, has by the request of his many friends in this county, consented to spend one or two days ol each month AT SOMERSET, a m P P Hi 0 0 0 Tim O'Brien the accomidating landlord of the Central house of New Lexington ia ao Independent candidate for SheriS Tim will make thing warm. Twelve, ponndi ofTnrkish Pruena for $1,00 at Dittoe'a The ahooting match between RusneD, Orimm and Pnret on one aide and Hope, Keinpf A Chalfant on the other reaulted io th defeat ot the latter. . Tb Bomtraet itoam mill i making th very beat of flour. When you buy always a thai th nam of Anhbiook & Rodeo-H fell ar on the tack. Tb Fairfield County Agricultural Soci ty ofTert tb following premiums: To th townihip that catch the moat rata, $50; th Mcond, $.10; third, 20. Each township U to organize it company of rat-catcheri '7 July 4. If a aimilar eours waa adopted to vry county it would effect a great ear Ing to th farmer. I b Buoemakar had a grand ehooting natch lajt Monday and after a hard day hunt they returned in th evening worn out, 1801, Peter OAermyer and Peter Whitmer 1802, David Ream and David Spec '1804, Jacob Petty and Isaac Pence 1809, Peter Meddaugh and many others we could call to mind now, ought all come to the 4th at Somerset, and occupy high seata in the syn agogue. We urge every body to be at the City Hall on rharsday evening, to assist in pre lecting airangementa for the coming Cel ebration on tb 4th of July All are iovi tea to come. .Let there be, especially full attendance of ladies, and the children are cordially invited. Let us act with promptness and energy. We have flatter ing assurance that large crowds will be Here an tne itb and let u be ready to re ceive them. In another colum will be found a list of committees. We desire to perfect these committees at the meeting on Thursday night and add to them the names of other who will consent to serve and be efficient workers. Let every body ao to worms removed bv Dr. Kunkol. 259 North the Hall on Thursday evening as matters Nine Street, Philadelpeia, Pa. Send for oi importance win ceme up. circular or ask your druggist for a bottle O. M. Hamilton Socy. of Kunkel's Worm Syrup. It never fails. rnce $l I only ask a trial of this valuable tonic Beware of counterfeits, as Kunkel's Bit ter Wine of Iron is the only sure and effectual remedy in the known world for the permanent cure of Dyspepsia and De bility, and as there are a cumber of imita tions onered to the public, I would cnution the community to purchase none but the genuine article, manufactured by E. F. Knnkcl, and having his stamp on the cork of every bottle. The very fact that others are attempting to imitate this valuable rem-1 edy, proves its worth And speaks volumes in its favor, tiet the genuine. E. b . Kunkel's. Sold only in $1 bottles. Sold by Drug gists and dealers everywhere. E. F. Kunk- le., Proprietor, 2oi North Nine Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Tape Worm Removed Alive. Head and all complete io two hours. No fee till head passes. Seat, pin and stomach RLE, THYME and MYRTLE, BY CHARLES EDGAR SPENCER. Ext. Cloth $1.00. Postage S cents. Below are given tome short extracts from tho noticeH of the press on this book alter its publication, some two years since. "They the poems nre generally grace ful, well considered and scholarly, display ing, in many instances, fine poetic feelings and a soul in sympathy with nature." VhtcuQO lnkr-Vcean. Every body says they never saw wall pa per aseneep as at sainners. Kempf s No. 1 pickerel weigh from 4 to 6 lbs each. There has been a big rush at Skinner's Drug Store for those cheap wall papers and Window Blinds. Kempf has received the largest invoice of lake fish ever before brought to town. If you want to know the time of dny call it - CUKRANS. Watch repairing done in the beBt possi ble manner at Cukrans. availing thomelvrs of his si. ill ia curing 'lione. Dr. Farqulmr, Sen. WILL POSITIVELU BE IN SOMERSET At the American House, ON THURSDAY and FRIDAY, JUNE 13 and U, 1878, and will xemian two ays only; where he would be pleased to meet all hisd former mends and patients, as well as ail new ones, who may wish to teat the enccta ox nis remeaies, ana long experience in treat inn everv form of disease. JBSTDr. Farquhar has been located in Putnam for the last tnirty years, ana aunng mat time nas treated more than Five Hundred Thousand Pa- en B with unparallelled success. Diseases of the Throat and Lungs treated by a new process, which is doing more for the class of diseases than heretofore discovered. Chronic Diseases, or diseases of long standing, and of every variety and kind, will claim es special attention. ' Surgical operations, such as Amputations, Opera tion for Hare-Lip, Club Foot,Crosr- Eyes, the removal of deformities, and Tumors, uiue either at home or abroad. CASH FOR MEDICINE, In all cases. Charge moderate in all cases, andsat isf action gu arant eed . Dr. AE. FAKQUHAR 4S0N. will he given yon fm. Pensions. ! AH OFt'lOKi:?, sor.DlKi: and kmi.Qics wounded, ruptured, or injured in the Ittte war, however slightly, can obtain n. pension, ninny now ieceiv ins pensions ar niiti-.-tl in an Increase. Send .stamp and iuforin:iii' will b furnished free. Uluhnant. vlne attorneys have heen sua perilled, will be rratnoiisly furnished with full informal ion awl pnir pa'pers ou implication in UR. A wb chaise uu f unless successful, vtamp for nHtiru .-i:ij:t shrtilt lf m'tit tia. 0 uited Scales Geaeral Land Oiiice. Uonlpstetl f,nud i::ie', Private Land Claims, Mining, Pre-emption :.nd Homestead Cases, pros ecuted before the OetierM Laud Office anil 1 e- pjiilmiMit oi tin Interior. Old Bounty Laud Warrants. We tav cash foi ihein. V hin assignm mts ar imperfect we Rive tutrticiion to perf ec t them. .Hail Coiiti'jMrioi- unil others. Wo act as attorney for such in procuring con tr-u-l?-. rnakmir collections, negotiating loans and ;tti"iitimjr t business confided to us- Liberal irraiijronur.t made wiih attorneys m ill clashes of bu-iuHSa. Address GIL.MORE & CO., V. O. Pox- 4i. Washington, Z. C. 1 0 Q 0 Q H i h 0 o (0 p o U 4 CQ i-3 O i CQ CQ -3 O CQ CQ O CQ l. C . Xirember 24, 1876. .x,,i-f&ing my entire confi- J. A M. Culp, makers and dealers ia "He calls them iuveniie pieces" in his ded- b"cs. First clasa brick always on hand. ication, but they are so much better than Yard on Logan road below K. R. crossing. the juvenile writings of some poets who have won fame in manhood, that he may well be encouraged to persevere. Phila delphia Even. Bulletin. It is not too much praise to say they bear us no intornnl evidence of his youth. Detroit Tribwne. "It raises a very pleasant preemption. which we shall gladly find supported by pos itive proof in Mr. Spencer's next volume. N. Y. Evenina Post. "Some inveterate rhymsters never grow Be True to Yourself. premiies hereinafter dewtibed oUer lor sale at Puduc uuicry me louowlng reiil Estate, as tho property of Jacob (J. Wiseman, deeeassd, situated in i Executor's Sale of Real Estate. Nothing hurts a man more than to seem man ana ignoble in big own eyes; it is the I J sued to me from the iriit (v...rt t p,. slavish feeling that degrades the .lav.. A W.'ai tlfl)&',2!Z'.SL Date am union manes the man who cherish es it base. No one can debase you but yourself. Slander, satire, falsehood, injus tice tnese can never rob you of your man- nooo. men may lie aooui you, they may denounce you, they cherish suspicions man ifold, they may make your feelings the tar got of their wit and cruelty never be al armed; never swerve an inch from the line youi judgment and conscience have marked out for you. They oannot by all theii ef forts take away vourknowlndsre of yourself tbe purity of your motives, the integrity of td the entire party killed one consumpted SKt- ad the en?'087 f "ui ..t..i ' nature. While these are left, you are, in euirrel. 1 point of fact, unharmed. public Outcry the following reBl Estate, as tho to wit: ueing a part ol tbe tbe North west quar ter Of Section IHO 30. ToWDlblli No IK nn.l Tl.n.. No 17. Commencing at a stone, at tbo South east corner, tetween tbe lands of Hardy Smith and Jacob ii. Wiseman now deceased, and rmmincr thence north 8U0 8-10 feet, to a stone; tbence west 1771 feet to a stone, thence South 272 feet to a stone mence east uz ieei, inence soutn o B-10 feet thn.A enat. faat in thA nlnnn nf kn1nln rn talnlng thirty acres more or less: Subject to tiielife Estate of Clarissa Wiseman, therein. Terms of Sale; One third Cash in hand and the balanca in two equal annnal payments with interest from tha day ef Bala; and to be secured by Mortgage on the premises. Appraisea at sow. Jnne 20, 1878. 4w pf, s as WILLIAM J. WATSON . Executor of the Estate ot Jacob O. Wnou an, deceased, Wa.shin.; hi f t-itr.. itlA-iKitt in ilence in" the rex;..M'M "' fiMitu ot tba Law. Patent . nut l ult.-i-i in" House of (iiuotl At Co., of this cu . :eu. u. WHITE. ICashier orllm MiliowU Ms "fttitan Bank.) Notice of Appointment. THa nnderafonofl haa been anriointed and auali- 5ed as Administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Catharine Heck, late ot rerry county, .Wemed. JOHN B. t-REHM. June 6th, 1878. Administrator. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs, such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma, and Consumption. I1? 1 K " oiTO A VALUABLE INVENTION, i ill jjUJfrlvOlj THE WORLD RENOWNED j WILSON SEWING MACHINE All kinds of bricklaying done on ahort no tice, All kinds of spring caught lake fish nt Kempf'g at bottom prices Joseph Brelsford has opened out in tho Elder building on south east side of mar ket square. He is prepared to do all kinds of wagon work on short notice and on the most reasonable terms. Woodwork ofev- to their stature. lie has a deep loving cry description made to order. Repairing sympathy with nature, and she is a good promptly attended to. hind generous mother to thought. St. , , . - 0l , , ,, Loms Mepnbtican. rge .ot oi new ?iyios oi waii paper lhe above books mav bo rtrnenred from " J .v.v. James Curran, Esq. Somerset, Ohio, or ner 8 Store. e cannot trust but from any bookstore, or from tho publishers may lentl you o money to pay for them B. L,ippincott & Co., 715&717 Market wuuuwe nave n to spare. St. Philadelphia. T:b i, iw i..u r . ' ' a u i . v.v. Mill J 1 1 lit O II 1. M r .111 gan, hia dam Vigetallis; is 4 years old, 1CJ hands high; and weighs 1350, his color is black, and he is one of the Lest boned horses Uasn, eggs, or butter will take any goods m tne country. Persons desiring to get iH u.Amonchin ia eauai to a Chronometer Watch and as elegantly finished as a first-class Piano. It received the highest awards at the Vienna and Centennial Expo sitions! IT SEWS ONE-FOURTH FASTER than other machines. Its capacity is unlimited. There are more WILSON MACHINES sold in the United I States than the combined sales of all the others. The WILSON MVMBiNfi attachment for doine all kindsof repalrinSs WITHOUT PATCHING, given FREE with each machine. AGENTS WANTED I .R9?Afl9(i Brrmrfwav. New Yorks New Orleans. La.; t Cor. State & Madison Sts Chicago, Ills.; and San Francisco. Cal. ij a rMivninw) g"vn . ...... iUILSON SEWING MACHINE GO. Grand closing out sale at Levitts old stand for the next fifteen days. Skinner's have, chaep. Mutural Friend Coal Cook Stove the beBt in the world for Sale by Myers & Yarnell. Go to Myers & Yarnell for lard cans. Don't forget Myers & Yarnell is the place to get vour stoves. Any stile'of coal hod yon'want at My 1.& Ysrnells. good stock should by all means call on tho undersigned at McQuaids Stable. John 'Eacie, G. I. D All kinds of hard ware at cost for the next 15 days at Levitts old stand. A fine Block for the spring trade just re ceived at Currans. O yes! O yes!! Myem & Yarnell, head quarters for Bird cages. Business Directory OP THE Principal Business Men of Somerset. ATTORNEYS. w. GEORGE H. Safford, manufacturer nd dealer in stores, tinware, 4c, east main stre.t, (Somer set, Ohio. w. PAINTEBS. G lower and Paper Hanger, Somerset, Ohio. I E. FINCK, ATTORNEY, AT LAW. Of fice, East Main Street, Somerset, Ohio. WILLIAM SPENCEK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OtUoe near residence, Somerset, Ohio. PU. HINCKLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW aud Cirll Engineer,' Somerset, Ohio. BOOTS AND SHOES: WALKER7A RUSSELL, manufacturers and dealers in Boots and Shoes, Somerset, Onio. The reputation it has attained, in consequence of the marvellons cures it has produced during the last half cen tury, is a suthcient assurance to uie public that it will continue o reiuir the happiest results that can be desired. In almost every section oi coumry there are persons, publicly knovm, who have been restored from alarming ami even desperate diseases of the lunrs, by its use. All who have tried It ac knowledge its superiority ; and where its virtues are known, no one hesitates as to what medicine to employ to re lieve the distress and sutTering peculiar to pulmonary afTections. Cherry Pec toral always affords instant relief, and performs rapid cures of the milder va rieties of bronchial disorder, aa well as the more formidable diseases of the lunjrs. As a safeguard to children, amid the distressing diseases which beset the Throat and Chest of Childhood, it is invaluable; for, by its timely use, multitudes are rescued aud restored to health. This medicine gains friends at every trial, as the cures it is constantly producing are too remarkable to bo forgotten. No family should be with out it, and those who have once used it never will. Eminent Physicians throughout the country prescribe it, and Clergymen often recommend it from their knowl edge of its effects. rirxED BY Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Low.ll, Mass., FiUm1 -ad Anmlytl-1 CksatUts. SOLD BV AIX BHO-OI8TH KV-TWIB. INSURANCE. PHYSICIANS. TRANK GALLIGHER, X? gent, Somerset, unio. CJ. HIUNNKU, M. V., will respond promptly as fuyslcUu und Surgeon, to citizens ol Sotur erset and vicinity. general Fire Insurance Jl gent, oomersei, umo. rronipi attention given to all buslnoss entrusted to his care. ATTYPIANO MERCHANTS. THOMAS JOHNSON, dealer in Dry Goods, No tions, Cloths, Cassimeres, Ready Made Clothing &c. Highest price paid lor produce. TIN AND STOVES. M" YER3 & YAKNELrdealeMln'-toveaand tnanulacturen ot all kinds of tin war, west n street, Somerset, Ohio. GKANi) SQUARE AN1 UPKIUHT. From Geo. E. Letehsr, rmof Wm. H. Letcher 4 it R.H1.M. Favette. Ohio. "We received the piano and think it a very tine toned one out here. Waited a short time to give It a aood test. II you wish a word in favor of it we will cheerfully givelt." I., r Hfnwn. Eh.. Edwardsville. 111., sayr "Tha Bestty Piono received gives satire satisfac tion." Agents wanted. Send for catalogs. Ad dr8M DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington , New Jersey, V. 8. A cn in UULU Great ekaae to sake money. 11 you can't nt gold you ran get greenbacks. We need person in everv town to lake subscrlntiona lor the luwit. Cheapest and best Illustrated faintly publication ia the world. Any one can be come successful agent. The most elegant works of art given free to subscribers. The price is su low that almost everybody eubeeribee. One agent leports making over $160 in a week. A lady agent report taking over 400 subscribers ia tea days. Ai who engage make money fast. You ran devot an your time to the business, or only your spar time. Vou need not be away from borne over night- You can do It aa well as other. Full par ticulars, directions aad tarma free. Elegant and expensive outfit free. If you want profitable work send us your address at one. It costs nothing to tha business. No one who engages falls to . A AA lift.- Tt T , I. go greavay. uui auv i wfiv aiivunw, ' ke great pay. .- tu, Hi 7.