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are all very good things, and Phyllis Bar
ton had felt all these to the full ; and then
she proved a truth in hnrman nature- 7
that all these feelings have their
and in time die out; but that the one
love of a poor unselfish heart has no limit,
and endures unto the end.
Phyllis's reward was in Leonard's life,
which was devoted to her. He believed
she had no equal, declaring that to her he
owed the happiness, which daily grew
more perfect. They both could say, the
onlYhturbly, the other triumphantly, " it
is girod for me that I have been afflicted?'
Lettice and Luke seemed to grow young
again in the joyful relization of their wish
es There was no delay. Leonard and
Phyllis were married as soon as it was
possible; autl when the end of the year
eattfe' again, bringing vividly to their
minds the memory of the misery they all
suffered a year ago, they tried by greater
liberality to those in want, and greater
sympathy with those in sorrow, to ren
der thankful praise to Him who turned
their trouble into joy, and made peace
and good will reign again at the sign of
the Golden Canister.
there are tunny persons so nigganily,
so tenacious of the uttermost farthing, or
so habituated to look for bargains in ev
ery thing they buy, that if they have but
a sixpenny purchase to make, they will
travel from one end of the city to the
other, cheapening the article, and lose
Chore time and wear out more shoe-leath
er than twenty such purchases are worth.
Indeed, some persons are such prodigious
sticklers at a bargain, that if the price of
an article be but a cent, they will want it
for half a one: and if it be half a cent,
they will want it for two mills and a half,
One of these persons, uho may be
called a cheapener of goods par exedlence,
the other day, being in want of a yard of
tape, called at a store and asked the price.
"One cent," was the reply.
"One cent r echoed the bargainer—
"seems to me that's rather high. Won't
you take less ?"
"Less than a cent fur a yard of tape ? •
"Yes, seems to me you might take half
a cent. You'll make quite profit enough
"Well take it at yonr own price; but
you must make the change."
" That I can do. as I - keep a few half
cents about me on purpose for such occas
ions, that I paid a penny a piece for. But
I'm in hopes on the whole I can get the
tape a little lower. Is that the very low
est y - ou'll take for it ?"
take any price that you can make
the even change for."
" Ther's the plague on't now—l haint
got nothing less than alialf cent iece. I
do wish when they're quilling eagles, and
dollars, and sich-like, they'd quine a few
quarter cent pieces, mill pieces, and soon,
downwards. Howsoinever, can't get the
tape no cheaper, I'll conic back and trade
with you, as you seem to be a civil likt;
sort of a fellow."
So saying, the bargainer went about to
twenty or thirty other stores, cheapening
the yard of tape, until being satisfied be
could do no better, came back to tee
first, resolved to complete his pet - chase.
" Well, mister." said ho. as he came in,
puffing and blowing like a porpoise," I've
been most all over the city, and I find
you're the ni6st reasonable dealer of any
on' em. I'll take the yard of tape now, at
aJuarter of a cent, if you'll change me
" That's more than I bargained for. I
told you rd take any price that you'd
make the even cliang,e fur."
"Fes, but consider noir, you get a
customer by being sa kind of clever and
obliging. If you'll change me a sispence,
111 take the tape, and perhaps trade with
"Thank you, Fir"-with a profound
bow and beginning to measure the tape.
"Give me as wide as any yofilve got,
and let me have good measure."
A "It shall be done, sir"—with another
bow The tape is cut off, and wrapped up,
when the purchaser, beginning to fumble
for his money, exclaims—" I van now, I
don't much like to change off silver for
copper. Wont you let me have the tape
for nothing ? Tient no great thing for
you to lose—and then you'll get all my
custard, you see."
" Any way to accommodate" ,
more profoundly than ever.
"Thank yon sir," said the customer,
taking his tape and departing," there aint
a more reasonable dealer in New York
than you, and whatever I want in your
Line, 11l be sure to come here for.-3.
The Grape Vine.
There are few things that atfurdhiore
pleasure fur the expense of time andcdron- !
ble than a good well managed grape vice.
From considerable observation the editor
of this Journal was led to conclude that an i
erroneous practice was pursued in regard
to grape vines, and three years ago deter-
I mint* to try an experiment. The error i
in practice alluded to is this : ' i
The vine is permitted to grow to the i
full extent of its hbility, and thus every
year a large portion of wood has to be cut
and thrown away. It occurred to the vvri
ter that this waste of the power of the 1
plant ought to and might be prevented. I
Accordingly, iu the spring of 18:37, he ob- 1
tained an Isabella vine one year old from 1 TEmis OF THE DAILY AGE:
the laver, having a very good root, and . f ea year. b mall PA
planted it in an ordinary soil of a sandy f ,t r lL y
m e `'',,,t l „ . cts
quality, putting a wheelbarrow load of j For ay led less
wood-vard manure and old lime mortar I One 4 ."" Th li:: PcP4:r,,,, month.
, ‘ , three , montb., 4 th'
_ . thirty cantlperr
aboidthe rout. As soon us it began to ! ter. A Th MC do t lia7au on d twenty ll
grow he began to;rob off all the buds bat , th ",.'"'„d„,1, 1 ",7-.' 1.,,v la n : m .,, aw. It-
but one, and trained that perpendicular- ; P'..
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ly, rubbing off during the season all side ! Tpnats OE TEE WEEKLY ACE. .
shoots ; and when it had reached to i '.. l :42Y„ , „°ne p ear it 1.50
the top of a second story balcony nip-' -.'- ---
. 1 treaty copier %Lee
ped the end ofr, thus - stopping its further ; Fin ' '" 141 " Gees
The fullowhet deductions from the above rates will be
growth. In the spring of 1838, he rubbed motto ,rheaAn the paimee ordered are sent to a single
dre the 7 lu a b u • daetaddressal severally to the member of gf;
offevery bud but two at the top of the i
vine, and trained these along the front of . Twentycon ' co p ies
the balcony, having stretched a long --r -- ' FEU &aPI6 -- •••
7. - * ' ******
..s 104, wire 1 - — amp
a l ong t h e pests f or th e i r support. Be i One copy will be farulehed gratis for getting up a clab
lig the sea- ,
. r or . to:ortly or mere, all tuldreered to one paten, for One
rubbed off ever3' side bud d'uri
A copy of Daily Age will he furnished gratis target.
son as at drst„ Both t hontit • made about j cl ub of Any.
thirty-tive feet of growth this season: 1 Vse up pon a tage of the Weekly Age is-tyro cents per . qui.
In the spriug of 1610, ever . .
nt the , r. or
rty. wenty cents per annuli, 11 srepata nt fhe Oflioa or
yri in te
liar/am:aid shoOte, were permitted to send i ,i6Thwetub°4l2l: gill r be di ti r c ehentd to, and no no.
forth ita buds, and grow ' ontnoleged, l till 'Duras n Phllad o elphl u s' or r,••o P t;l ' e n e d o l ge l et, pays 'W WI;
the branches had fand3, - set fruit rierall 1 71 he order ci orthe Publisher. being Peer, and mete/ I t:Me to
' 113/til they were abOut 18..ineli , r
h Y ""thernmdeormnitud".
ea ong,t„en express snot prepay exprasa charges.
titainds•oreach branch were nippedl ,
%vault a R osa , • i
and- its further growth prevented. The
ei 3 " ' ; Nue. 14 and le SouthSerei]th St..
stew perpendicular IS earefll '
n rbiladelphLs.y Watched 1 ' ' '
that ll ° more bads night be permitted to , : ..
i groir47otioli one Wing rubbed-off as soon I 1 •
as it llppetimd. Thus from about the mid- I p ir r . „l lini4o3 . ' _ ' i!_H - _ . '
dye Of " J, one, the- Tine was not permitted ', ateuegit , t7r t , l ' t ' llu i t ' ws° .. rum w i w ° f Lake a nd
i allaue_11111;1101, Yoth.;ehletetarlichariasitadda th
*fibrin- ' any zew ivood. I - 4; ' aware
. .Dttring t,tie ice:mon Ihe irapes orgiv u n.. I thr,irpuWiskti, d A g a lirc=l: 32 7 l l / 1: 1 gon.
cornirionly well: and' every one ripened ii woo hacird er
tt"""P P eara u P ee " et / bottle '
good man,: and was very tin.' r tip WUS : 3[t ntrlhn,Feb.3,lBo Innt."-IneliCILL
',"-•• 7 '
i • •
moved by the numerous company at the
Horticultural Society exhibition; whopro
nounced them the finest grapes there.—
The produce of the vine was 315 bunch
es, all very 6ne, and the berries of uncom
mon size. The Society, awarded to them
its first premium for native grapes.
t Almost everybody
. doubted, however,
Whether the .platit had note been iniured
by this excessive bearing of fruit, and ma
ny old gardeners considered that it would
be killed by it. The writer doubted ou
this this score. He had only compelled
the tree to make fituit, instead of wood to
be cut off and thrown away, and has ne
doubt if he had been able to get the seas
son before a greater length of Wood for
fruit branches, tit.) plant would have sup
ported u larger . uantity of fruit.
So far the experiment is completely sue?
cessful, and we now feel to authorized to
offer this plait to all who like fine fruit.—
—At a recent railway festival, the fol
lowing striking sentament was given :
"Our Mothers—The only faithiul ten
ders who never misplace a switch.
How came such a greasy mess in
the oven ?" said a fidgety old spinster to
her maid-of-all work, " why," replied
the girl, "the candles fell into the water,
and I put them in the oven to dry."
—A country girl coming from the field,
was told by her cousin that she looked as
fresh as a daisy kissed by the dew. " Well,
it Wasen't any feller by that name, but it
was Sye Jones that kissed me. I told him
every one in town would find it out.
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limy Lira, nail Atacama, ALnuager, Ranker, Latium
and Showman. No boyk Nlllll4Ol no litgeptable In ail
,Evacy onturantaia Agantamovtare from CO In
100 enbaoribens a week. Wo oneextra tndoeementw
Ilhavtrated Catalogue and tem. tonically vent tree.
J. B. Deltlt & CO. Publiphers,
• nos Ma Hartford, Conn.
DOWN TOWN NEWS
MINER :l ND COATS,
Maio Street, 5 doors below Boyd'e Corner. Montro.o
F ' LOO'R, GROCERIES, AND
Wear* con.tnntly rec lying 1.11 now hose onhand,
a Crooke stock or Good• in our 111 r.w1)111 wr willeell
CHEAP! CHFAI CHEAP!
for eaeh ,or exam ge or produce.
If GLASSES, SPICES,
PORK, FISH, LARD,
HAms, DRIED FRUITS,
CLOVER & TI VOTIIV SIRED, du
We bare refitted and made additione to one Stock of
Pails nod are non• ready to ',ward Butter to the he,t
commia.ion house. in New York, fete of charge, and
mob , I Merril adttnce men Is on consignments.
("all anti scaminr our Stock before purchasing else
where. andconr tote ran reel re! Or the
GOOD QUALITY A: LOW PRICES
of our t3ooda
C. G. MINER
Montrose. April ifi. )569
FUR NITUIZE EziTABLISIIMENT
OF WILLIAM W. SMITH.
N.saaz TARE Neves: The eztenalve Fornitare
Eatatillshment of William W. tnnith. having been
relined and greatly improved. the proprtetorrespect•
tally annooncea to the citizens of Montrose and
ty, that he le constantly making and keep, an hand the
largest and heat aszeortment of
PrET ii,3" nt" icr3Fl.3o
to be found Anywber this nide of New York City.
Desk.. Di.nne. Townie:mks, Lounges. Footstools it
Canter lard, Plcr, Toilet. Din hog. Kitchen and
-- 1 - nr.row—vva^no and Woodaeat - itnitorr, Snag
and Wood..eats or every variety and •tylo.
Sofas and Tetc-n let.. farnielled ou abort notice.—
Cana oat ctulrs ;etc:llkt.
A Inrge as,ortment—cheapert and bent In the market
Cane Seat Chairs.
I am note enabled to snpplr my customers With a new
anhotantla. Cr-he rent chai r.of home manufacture, which
NO 03.. found ;meat:) , superior to those,, formerly In
market, and yet are sold at a level I.?rlec.
CANE-SEAT CHAIRS RE-SEATED.
firmly made coffins en hand or furnished at
short notice. Hearse always in readiness If desired.
em ploy nnuc but earcfal and experienced workmen,
I Intend to do to work well, and sell tt as low listen
TVILLI Adtf W. SMITH.
ININGE - 09;
c -Q• =N
EApecially derinued for the nor of the Medi
cal Prnfresion and the Fatally. po.ressietr theft.
Intrlnole medicinal propertica which belong Ivan Old
and Pure Gin.
Indlypeasable toPornalea. Good for Kidney Com
plaints. A dellcloua Tonle. Pat up In cokes. contain
log one dorerktottles each, and Fold by all drugglyto,
grocery. U. A. 31 GININGF.R A, CO., established
ms. No. 13 BeSTCT 'Urea, NCI! Tort.
Yor tale In Montrose, by
July 14-1 y ABEL 1 11:1111ELL, Agent
WIU can the ISTFIDA, 11RONOLLMS, BLOOD
SPITTING, DIFFICULTY OF DREATHSOG. PAIN
end WEAKNESS IN THE CHEST, TROUBLESOME
COUGHING AT NIGHT, &e. It will eftxteally re
more the Cunab that frequently tellers Meals, end
any affection of the reirpiratory organs, no miaow et
how tons standing, or whatever the 'goof the
It acts as &specific Is purely vegetable, and Is p=
to the taste. Its effect la sootbing, dinging the vio
lence of the cough, facilitating expectoration, quieting
the nerves and =tainting the orate=
Mothers, Save Your Children !
No nand osul die of CROUP, if this Syrup is Ina
to Woo: fan .4 o foci demob...dal by maniocs.
No family 'hold be without this Syrup, as that fatal
atOIP comes like a thief in the night, to
steal aims yin, two man,vtima molar medical ala
canna bo oWned.
Prepared Doty by •
DAVID E. POUTZ,
Baltimore. 141 L
For Rats. Roaches, Ants. Br.c.
Use the Liquid for lied hogs, the Powder for Ittsebta
F. rale by all Drat:gifts.
!: liesprre of 01l rpliriuun Imitation*.
Apk fyr ••CLlbtar'e," (take 000th.r.)
Bilk Bonnet Vetrete In black and eolnee. Patented
V o v oll ltud l'im.hus, Ili/wen% Fraihnra,Winn. Milli ,
hmlnn, end Uneyee, old both.? dries CT., ladles' and
childrun'n Liimmed and untrimmed lints P 1,0106, La-
Ms. Mande, tho Amid guar•
tern t GUTTIMPELO, 11001ENSACTX 4 Cos.
or new Bearers. Bronartotlin, Coatlnza: rbild find
Pinin Cae■imeree,—also a fiew thing for Ladle? Sacks;
by the yard, or mad! , op to order., by
Noe. :11, 16.59. E. L. WEEKS &to.
imv PRESS GOODS,
New Print", Nei' Fancy Goode, New Itoods,bolver
trimmed. jest reeeited by -
Nov. 21, 16G7. ' 1 E. L. WEEKt3 S COQ
punE LIQUORS. -
SEELY'S - NATIVE GRAPE BRANDY; distilled
strictly pure: and a variety or other Brandies. Including
Chen/ Breed!, Cider Brandy. Cc. Nearly all the dllrer•
sent kindlier Mum Holland Gin. old Rye and Bourbon
Whiskey. Alcohol; Faro Spirit, Bay Rum, ft., coutaut
ly on hand =ld for sale by
Montrose, ABEL TERBELL.
“fto3ol AS VIM WINDS CODE.
I-JOME AS TU WAVLIIOO.SIE.”
Preparatory to occupying our now and ele
gant Store, No. SI Court Street, corner of Court
and Water streets, two doors east of Hirchmann
Bros., we will for the next SIXTY DAYS close
out our entire stock of BOOTS t SHOES, RE
GARDLESS OF COST, as we wish to fill up at
the new store with an entirely new stock of first
class foods. We have on hand the LARGEST
and BEST assorted stock of Boots and Shea in
the city, and every one in need of anything in
our line, will certainly find it to their interest to
give WI a call.
Come and be convinced that we will do as we
EGOLESTON & SMITH,
it? COMM e?REgI, (Ltneotu Block,)
Dee- S, SugastaarroN, rt. Y.
J. lim. "11COWAIEIPL
NO. 82 WASHINGTON STREET,
Pint Door North of the Chi Nattoaal Bank.
W. U. COATS
Brilliant Display !
IMST CLOCKS L& TUE IL/kItKET.
FRENCH, SWIO AND AMERICAN
CHEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE.
I bate also the best obeteost complete stock of
BOUD BILVER AND PLATED WARE
Pm= the hest sad most popular rashers, whole
cowls have elven perfect satisfaction to my patron*
for the peat Ave years. Lr.
The stock will be found the beet ever npeund in
It at all times will be kept fell sod
complete, eutodsting of
SOLID SILVER TABLE WARE,
TABUS AND ThA SMONV,
together with ell the rartetles of Plated Watt, each as
Tea Setts, Cake Basket*, Napkin Mogi, °wore.
Knives, Forka,_ Spoons, de.,
of Single, Doable, Treble and Qaddraple Plate.
MY - SPLIMDID STOCK OF
RISS [lever more complete, and I am making constant
daily additions of all the nee No►-
eities of the Beason. •
ALL MY COODS AS REPRESL,MED
For (orator proof of Ibis Inter to
G. W lIOTIMIRLIS. LEWIM MILTINGUR.
T. R MW RAN, 1. B. WELLS,
IL MUNSON. W. LAGRANGE,
IL B. lIERSERRAU, RILEY BURR.
11. DUMENBUBY, WARD lIIIRMEREAU
MASS cal, and MEND OUR GOODS, At
82 Wtshington at.
BINGHAMTON, N. Y.
Xov. 3, 130.-1
Of all Styles, and bold
NAPKIN RINGS, PORK S. de.,
is it ossa:
FALL MO WINTER FASHIONS.
Mrs. M. A. BINDER has lust attired from Paris
and London With tho latest design,. personally select.
ed tram the greatest novelties ; alto, tho most elegant
Trimmings to be secured in Parts. Laos, Ribbons.
Velvets. !kids! Fells, Flowers, Finodowelry. and.'prios.
med Paper Patterns. Inas and tanathiskitig.
r Nicholls° spout for Mrs. Y. Wotk's celeimsted rye=
io cutting ladles' denies, 'aquas, lassoes. ate. •
N. W. earner ot Eleventh and I.lhesinut Sheets,
Sept. 1869.--4tra Philadelphia.
ALL RIGHT FOR 1869.
Lip constant receipt of NSW GOODI3, by which his
assortment Is rendered more sad more complete and
attractive for all Ids anal varieties of trade for ISM
Its New Dry Goode, Yew Groovier,
New ItamileetW, and New Nom, hen, Afolleines,
Paha., ow, Boot. d Shoes, Wail Riper, Window Shade*
_Holt& Cepa DePtk, Bobo, Ladies Fur', Hoop
Mires, width will all dem/don the
mast fanoratis fermi.
Nils Milford. Jan. IWO.
STROUD (S; BROWN'S
Fire, Life, and Accident
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
CAPITAL REPRESENTED. over
Home Insurance Co. of N. Y., Capital and
Insurance Co. of North America, Mira.
Capital and Surplus,
Franklin Fire Insurance Co., PhUs, Pa.,
Capital and Surplus, 2,600000
Lytoming County Mutual Insurance Co.of
Money. Yenn'a, Capital and !Surplus. 4,000,000
IParmer'sblutnal insurance Co. York, Pa.,
Capital and Burying, 700,000
Connecticut If usual Life Insurance Co. of
Hartford, C 01113., paying GO per cent.
dividends to theasgurrod. ,The notes
given for half the premium is never to ~
be paid ander any circumstances. he
policy will always be paid in fall,
them:ries given up. Capital, 17,000,000
American tile Insurance Co., Mandel
Travelers'lneuranee Co. Hartfoni, Coon.,
Inauring against all kinds of accidents
Capital, • 700.000
Hartford Fire Insurance Company. Hart-
ford Conn . Capital and Burying, $0,000,000
Putnam Fire Insurance Co„ Hanford. Ct.,
Hartford Live Stock Insurance Company.
Inenrance on all kinds of Lire Stock,
against theft and death from any
cause. Capital, 1117.000,000
rirAll business entrusted to our care will he attend
ed to on fair terms, and all losses promptly adjusted.
OrOftice first door ca.t from Banking Office of W.
.11. Cooper & Co.. Turnpike st. Montrose, Pa.
STROUD a BROWN, AgPnts.
M. C. Stereo - is. c. 0., Frlendsville, Solicitor.
Cn..s. H. Byers, Montrose, do
11rtusas &noun. Crseau.ss L. Broom
Montrose, S p 1. IiSCO.
Wholesale .t Retail Dealers In
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
MINE RAIL. COVNTERSUNE T RAIL 8 ELK En
RAILROAD cf. MIV INO sUPPLIEs.
CARRIAD SPRINGS. AILEB, SEEM' AND
BOXES, DOLTS, NUTS and WARNERS,
PLATED BANDS. MALLEABLE
IRONS. NUBS. SPOKES,
PELLOEB. SEAT SPINDLES, BOWS, 4 1 / 4 ,
AIMLS, VICES, STOCKS and DIES, BELLOWS
HASIM - F.Rs, SLEDGES, FILES, &,e.
CIRCULAR AND MILL SAWS, FISLTIN G. PACKING
TACKLE BLOCKS, PLASTER PARIS
CEMENT, HAIR .5 GRINDSTONES.
FRENCR WINDOW GLASS,LEATIIER& FINDINGS
Scranton, March 24, ISGS. 11
,1 HEADACIIE—DTSPEPSI A—COSTIVENESS.
If you setTer ith Headache, try Marshall's Eitxlr,
and be convinced that although other trim dies have
failed to cure you, this will sive you metant and perm
anent relief. If by ore- excitement and fatigue pier
nerves have bectitne so weakened that headache ad
monishes you that something more tisnmesone may
happen, ouch as Paley, Dimness of Sight. and other
alarming nervous affections, then Marshall's hhxir, by
airtime tone and strength to the system. restore. yon to
perfect health. Whenever food u hi, h should be diges
ted remains in the stomach. causing pale and uneasi
ness for the want of that principlewhich would tender
ly ens, of digestion, they by tieing llarshair• Etta is yon
will simply this deficiency and prevent Its recurrence.
and PO be radically cared of Dyspepsia. The st munch
being thus chnneed fr. m an unhealthy to a healthy con
dition, costlvenes and the other attendant disorders of
the bowels are of necessity prevented
Price of Marshall'. Elixir. $1 110 ner bottle.
Depot, 1301 . Market et Philadelphia. 3f. MARSHALL
.7. CO., Drogriste.Proprietors.
Fur rain in Montrose by
Ap . 7—lygd BURNS S NICHOLS.
ANHOOD: HOW LOST, HOW
131 REST , 'RED.
Juot putMolied.it new edition of Dr. Culvervivellho
Celebrated Salary on the radital mire (ultimo:
medicine) of Spermittonduca, or Seminal weakness, in
voluntary Setniuni Lssoes, Impotency. Mental and
Physical Inotnaotty, Impedimenta to Mar Inge. etc.
ale- CoNSCIIPTION. E.1.11.Z1, , T, and Pits, inenoed by
self-Indulgence Or ottani extravagance.
PP - Price in sealed envelope. only 6 cents.
The celetruited.nuthor ' In thin admirable molly , clearly
dem. mstrates from a 164ty years' succesofbl practice.
that the ainrminc 'conoequences of svif-sbuse may be
radically cared without the dnegerono nov or Internal
medicine or the application of the knife S pointing out s
mode of ease at once simple, certain, and effectual. by
means of which every sufferer, no matter what his con
dition ditty be, may cure blmeelf cheaply, privately, and
Ids Lecture should be In tbo bards of every
youth and every nun in the land.
Sent under seal In a plain envelope , to any address,
postpaid. on cefle tpt of six cents, or two post stomps.
Alin, Dr, Cniverweit's •Darringe Guide, "price IS eta.
Nor 17 COS. J. O. ALINE et CO.,
ID Bowery, NewY rko, Post office ottx
101'0WARD Associtatlon,Ph iladelphia,
It Diseases of the Nervous. Sem inn IX ri tin* and sea
nalsystems—bew and reitabletrestment—in Reports el
the HOWARD ASSOCIATION. Cent by matlln sealed
tlor eneelopee,free of charge. A ddres sDr.J. Siouan
notion:on, Llosratd A ssoci at lon. D o t Rune 1. nthstre
HATS, CAPS, & FURS
flats and Caps far Man and Boys' wear. Fur, of all
grades, at UUTTENBEISG, ROSINBAUIt, a. Co'..
IWOOLEN & KNIT GOODS. .
Ladies' kterloo tinder garments. goods, Hose.
Gloves Gc. Gents' Wnsppers sod Drawers. Sputal.
Jackets, Gloves of ell sorts, Is greet variety, at
(ltrrritaareo, RWlLelletTla S CO's.
LADIES' FANCY FURS.
Iddlo or tho flock
t 4etu 7th and oth
Act in all kinds and
PA • CY FURS
tt Ladles' and Chililtvas'
enlsr, r ed, roman
:4 nalinnteved my
A thrombi ) . known Put
e:tupnrlnut,it'utl having kr,
_ ported a very large and
splendid Intent of all the different kluds of Fore
from first hands, In Enrope. and have had thorn mule
np by the most skillful wort:men. I would respectfully
Invite my friends of Susquehanttn and adjacent counties
to canned examine thy very large and heaatifut as:oil
men! of Fancy Fars for Ladles and Children. I ant de.
termini to sell at as low peens as any other respect".
We Haase In this city. All Pars warranted. No We
represents flans to aired sales.
Sepllt—tm. TIS Arch Street, Philadelphia.'
PROF. G. E.. STEDGE,
'Would natilY the public of Auburn 4 Cornea end
that ho In now prepared to tame all horses en
trusted to,hts care, no matter what nr how bad ;hair ha
bit' are - ifnot broke. no charge made.
Also, inarrnetion given bow to tome your owErharses.
Autitirn !teenier', Sept. Ur, 1069.-3.
D RESS GOODS.
aria own colored Pim Mike, OM warp papitui,
Sopron, Alpancan and Poplin Alpiwt
owe, Cretlin, Ps/malts% Bouslintince, DojAlwa And
r snob, in ill adorn and goatlike. and to artni,
varlet, varietyat Unttculnug, Hwernbeinn /4 Co's
AWARE, LACKAWANNA sad
twram neu aoLto. santaserenansisumns
13 . 20
4 . 21 /
LERIGH VALLEY iIAILEOAD.
On and after Sept. w. 1130, tee= tbe LOW'
Valley llama wW run u Mimics :
Lorre Waverly June
don E. R. W. 3.401. M.
Athena 851 ".
Towanda 0.30 "
Fbnner's lry 10.57 "
Idehoopany 11 14 "
Tunk'nock 1233 "
L.&B.June. 13.51 p.m.
Wilkes-Ratio 145 "
White Haven 2.16 "
Web Clank 4.90
Allentown 5.45 "
Bethlehem 8.00 "
Ar. at New lurk 9.25 "
Leave New York 5.26 p. m.
P 04114004 1.45 "• -
Easton 10.03 "
Ilethleharn 10.50 "
Alicattarn 10.45 " •
Idell Chunk 12.00 m.
White Ila'n 1.22 p. m.
Ylttatan 2.10 "
1.. It B. Jun. 320 "
Tunk'nock 4.21 "
blehoopany 4.49 "
lderboppen 457 "
14.3haner'. E. 0.15 "
locerrllle 510 '1
Ar. at Vi'arerly
Junction, R. If. W.
$ GO 000,000
OrNo enange of cats between Secontwa sad Neer
York, or between Scrantou and Philadelphia.
I ACKAWANNA & BLOOISBURG
I_4 Railroad. On and after Nay 10, 1359, pulengin
trains winnings follows:
A. X. A. X. 1.. X.
Leave Scranton, 0.15 9:20 4.:00
Kingston, C.:23 10:25 &t 6
.. Rupert. & , 18. 2:27
Arrive at Northumberland, 9:40 likt
Leave Northumberland, 6:20
• • Danville, 6:52
Arrive at Straub:op, 10:50 8:50 9:43
Kingston, Day 10. DAVID T. BOUND, Supt.
liOn Miles Under nue licuacement Ffio Miles with
out rhaop:u 01' conehe. Broad nauge—doubla !reek for
Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit. Chicago. )111vrankee, Bt. Paul, Omaba , and all points West and North-Weet.
linnadelti, Galion. Urbana. Dayton. Cincinnati. hidlim-
Voile. looter Me. St. Lout*, and all points West and
Soutb-Weat. New and improved couches are run
through without change to Buffalo, Roenallev, Cleve
land and Cincinnati.
On and after Monday. Nov. 15lb, IS C 9. Tr/08.1011
dare Great. Bend at the following hours via :
CUING W EST.
5.25 A x M AIL TILA) 74, Sundays excepted.
11.54 x. EMIGRANT. Dully
1.15 r. x. WAY FREIMI T, Sundays oiceplrd.
4 1n r, X. D %Y . EXPRESS, Sunday eicepttd.
a.ca r, st. RXPLUISS MAIL, Suisdays excepted.
7.51 it n. CINCINNATI EXPRESS. Mondays exerp
AS A. IL WAY FRETOFIT. Sundays excepted.
F, Y. DAY EXPRESS. Sundays ezrepted.
t 43 r. Y. NEW YORE MAIL, Sundays excepted.
II LAI P. X. LIMIT:ONO EXPRESS.
ri9 — A. New and complete w Pocket Time Table" of
ra.penger Trains on the Erie Tie Many and conneettn
Lines tine recently berm pobllehrd, and can be yroeered
on application to the Ticket Agent at the Company's
WM. IL lIKRIL L. A BLTKER,
Nor. ni Gaul PnasengerAgenL
Tint= PLY FELT ROMPT.CCS, tolitce the Out Warr
magnatiors with low est Azter-pronfiabrit in the
beAt . aud at the pries to the eottentate.
There fc let, a funteistlon of TatTedreitll td. slayer
of watepproof Composition; 1 1 / 4 1,another layer of Pelt
Ilth, soother toyer of Vonsposltion ; sth, another byes
Or Send for areitiantand tkonges.
AS AN INDUCE.3INT,
We oTrr to the tint purcinettr le eta plate LOCO
ovary feat of the Thre.• Ply Pelt. with the aedmary
cuatlttg,, fur Thirty [reliant.
PATENT ROOF PAINT.
This Paint Is competetlonnsms, ens, and tes/nons
substances, combined with distilled tar and the. best
known dryers. It contains no mineral orpiment, and
is prepared, ready for use, abort the ennalstenen ot or.
dimity mixed paints. It eons world ess, retains Its
elasticity longer, and Is more curable..
Ocninty tights for sale.
For Circulars and atipartitulars..4ddrus
MICA ROOFING COMPANY,
73 Mildew Lave, New York.
AMERICAN LIFE ntsun,Aycz
COMPANY OF PRILADELPHIA.
S. E. Cor. Fourth and Wa(nut Sts.
ALEX. WIIILLIDIN, J. S. WILSON,
President. See. c Treas.
GROWTII OF VIE AIII3IIICAIti.
DATE. NO. OF POLICIES. AMT. INSURED.
IE4O. Dec. 31. 901 . 1,000.430.110
191. •• 11211. 1 SUMO,
INA 10223. .K 233,901.53
The American fumes polletes GU 411 deuirable platsr
at low rAte,, and for security and promptness to erke.t.
In:: losses Is unsurpassed by any company in MO Cot,
23cocra-c3 of Tz•TAStooms.
HON../ AmE4 POLLoCK. Ex-Got. of Penn's, binds,
U. S tllut.
J EDGAR 'MONSON, Pres. Penn. U. IL. 239 South
GEORGE NUGENT, Gentleman, residents, german
ALBERT C. RODENTS, President routth National
PUILLIP B. 911NOLE. Bred lierthant. 103 Market St.
BON. ALBS. O. eitTrELL, U. S. Benatar„ Idercluun•
ST Ninth Watrr
ISAAC UAZI.EIIIIIi2 T, Attomplit-Lax, US Walnut
Iterehant. 20 s ad el Sent h Vont St.
HENRY IC. BENNETT, Alorchsat, Tai t3onibtilintth St.
GEOBOR W. MU, President Seventh National rant.
JAMS CLAULIOHN, President CommersiSd Na
tional rtalt. •
JOUN WANAVAICEIt. Oak Hail Cleihing
corner Filstit and klatitst tits., and 818.0 810 Chesnut
STItOUD At DROWN, Agents.
0et.13 At Montrose, ra.
pIANOS AND ORGANS.
-11- Prim grootly icducod for rash. New I Octorr
Minor of firoclavi =ikon fur SZ3 old cora' d. New 'Y .
Ostend Organs Mr. $43 and Grim& Secolid.band tu.
strsmouto - - from $4O to , $ll5. Nowthly twudwooto
cciredould inetacuts ur
t. Mo 'No. 04.Natodway.' #O4AUS
Oct. W. 1.643. - -
. . .
• AND. 1 NASTIVANTa
tr Pratt : ain. TATIONS. I t
AI. . Is.
New Yorks.. . ..... am
Now Bamtan tAis
atanniska 'Mink.... IMO
Delaware:— Dino— SIAS
12,10 Nicholson ~ 7,66
1.00 HathoStom .. VS
1,40 Montrose 7.13,
140 New Mi1f0rd.:....... 454
PEEL Omit Bend
I I e ' lli
i *Root of Ltherty-st, AAA 1
U. A. 111121311
SAO a. sa,
11.1 t p. to,
7 7 a
.I 5 .