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eta. per line. Marriage and Death Novices free.
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fat. w' 'as.
Deeds, Mortgages. Notes. Justices', Constables
School and otherbllnksfor sale.
THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR
Of the Harford Agricultural Society, will
he held on the new Fair Grounds on
Wedeneday and Thursday, Oct. sth,
and 6th, 1870.
Best Draft or Bann Stallion over 4 years 01d... 142 d pi
do aced Stallion same ago ..4 2d 3
do Pair Itatebed Honda 4td 3
do Horses Snail work Std 3
do Single Driving Borne 3 3
do Brood Mare and Colt. 24 2
Judged—James Sterling, Brooklyn; W W Witmer th,
Hanford; Case Start, Bridgewater.
0241•• I-111IINDITI•103 11-00L111 • N177,1fi.
Beet Pia 3 year old C01t5.... ............ ''. .. Att. 3111 $2
II year old Colts, 3 td 2
" 3 year old Colt 2 2d 1
4 . II year old Colt 2 131 1
" 1 year old Colt 1 2d 1
" PM:Males 2td 1
doeTrHenry C. Mosley, New 3111 ford : John Gar
iiewater. ; ;owls Brainard, Gibson,
cius n. Ci?TLI. nu. Swops—co
Best Dart= Ball over two years old P td $3
year old td 2
" " I year old 3td
Calf 9 td 1
" Dart= Cow over 3 years old 3 td 9
: ... Baiter hear old 1
3 2d td 2
Daft DIP• 01% Bull over II years old to 2d $3
bold old 4 •G 4 if ands
3 Ild 1
" Cow over 3 years old 3 2d 2
" Helfer l year old 3 Id 2
Juiker—Jades—A. J. Tiffan Call y. Brooklyn ; Ilsrition Barri ild ng.
ton. Brooklyn; Ammo Page. Jackson.
MAO 11 - -11131DITI/101 3.121-33.331311T1
Best ROB error 2 years old 14 2i113
3 2.2 3
" 1 year old
Helfer " " 331
.• Co.. over 3 years old 3 2d 1
" Bull Calf 99d I
" Helfer" 9941
Best Bull ow 2 pests 01d..... ..
1 451 33
Helfer " 7 year old 9 94 23
•• Co ll Calf 9w over 3 Tears old 3 2d
•• Hatter Calf . 9 2
J A. I. TlCany.llrooklyn ; Harrivon Mining.
ton, ; Amass Page, Jaelmon.
CLAM 1 1 - 41TEDITIZION V-01LADE outman
Best 801 l over I yaws old 1,3 9 d 2 ,3
Call 2 2d I
" Cow 3 2d 1 3,2 I
" 3 year old Helfer II Id I
" I 1 2it I
"1 " " 224
" Helfer Calf
" 3 yearlings
..9 sd 2
" 3 Calves 9242
Ja4ges--A. Sweet, Barford ; Wills Babcock, Bridge
water ; &nal Sterling, Brooklyn.
CLAN 11-517301•1.1031 TI—GBADE MOND
Best 801 l over 9 years old .$8 21
" " Celt .....year old
... ......, 1 2d 1
" " C0w..., 89d 2 841
" 8 year old' Heifer 9d I
. " 22d 1
9 Id 1
.8 2d t
3 yak/lingo. ...
Judges same as Subdivision v
CLASS 11-SLIEDITTILION VII-PIATTPCS
Best Bull over one year old
" S year old Heifer....
case tr--ILIIMVISION 1111-0.13:5 AND erraxmo
Beat Pair working oxen 5 years or over $l Vi
4 year. old 42d 8
" Put " 4 year,. old 3ld
" " Steers 3 years old 83d 2
" " " 1 " 22d 1
" Steer Calves (Broke) 2id 1
Judges —Aaron Tiffany. Brooklyn ; William Brundage,
Gibson; Maxey Grianel, New Milford.
CLAES 111-111111XLP AXD Mir
Best nue Wooled Beck
8 " •' Eves.
" 3 lkliddle Wooled
.. 8 ~ ~L imbo
" 3 " Ewes.
" 3 .. "
Bock Laub of Each
Fall Pigs (not lei than 4)
Best Pah. of terkeys
.• 5 F0w15....
" 5 Spin: Chicken,
Bert Peek Winterring 2d Wheat $1 X
1 57 X
" Oats I 2:1 X
" X Bush Coin ICI Bar .... ...... . . ...... ...1 2d X
Buckwheat I 2d X
" Peck Clover Seed 121 x
Timothy reed 121 X
" Flax Seed I2d x
JudgeA—N. W. Puller, Burford; Friend Bo:g li ster,
Dlmock ; Alfred Jeffers, Lenox.
CL•11.11 Tl-711171T, d5l) vtOrTAJBLZ3
Rest tan apples at haat S varieties, not less than one
dozen of each g 24 x
" Winter apples, ditto. ........ ............. 2d X
" Pears .
.5 . : , -" 2d x
Grapes *1 x
and Gr eatest Varietyof fruits. . .... .. ... td X
" Xbush. Potatoes Sor more varieties.. %X
Winter Squash X
" Pumpkins x
" It beads of Cabbage x
6 Beeltso XX
6 Tomatoes X
" and greatest varieties of vetahles 1 ed X
Jodifes —Joseph Basle,. Lenox; Guilford Read, Har
lime ; Belb Abel, Gibson.
CLAM YII—DOTDIDZ, COXNAZ AND /MEAD
Best Flrldn Butter Sa ltd I 2
" Roll " 22d I
Cheese 3td I
Loa Wheat Bread v.. .%
" - Gratuun " 34
" " Indian " ..... ‘t
" Sods Dl.cult
maze sru—ssasaan, then, ROBES AND mean
Best Cider Fin 'i
Currant Wine X
" Sleek berry wine X
" Elder berry " V
" Grape "
" Wine Plant " ............... .. ... . ....x
" Vibe Honey 1 ZS }4.;
" 1010 s Caked or Stirred eogar I'M 76
" 101 b• Drained Sager IMx
" Maple Syrup
Judges-0. M. Hawley. Mew Milford ;E. M. Arany.
Ilopbottam; E. T. They. Garrard.
Best 8 Sides Harness Leather .
" 8 Sole "
" I Calf Skins
" Anon:matt of Skips....
" Pair fine b00t5....... ...
" Carriage Harness
•• Sett Team
Harness • Leather to be Manufactured in the County.
etas s—aatuctrs.emut unrszwerrs a caanuou
Sel.Common Plow, 3lde HS' plow. Cultivator, Coeo
Shaer. Straw Cutter. HMO Rake. Hone Bay_
Todr. and Carahr Machine, each $1
Thresh power 8
" °Pen 111113:7
.8 2d 3.
" Double Carriage
" Market W agog
.3 2d 3
' B aa l ealtliral Implement.
wives :Carriages to be Manufactured In the
malls .23...CAJECreT Welta. ILIEDVAIII &C.
BM Mas Cruet work
Boas ilaeldtA gic L i Ctui.....
: Sauer Pall
..Sett Homo Moto
Lase Tin WON..
" CO* *Mr*" COSI
" P al a . Nine •
dodgei—WlMenr Cu!. Montrose ; Wlllhun Adams,
Stophottom ; Stephen Carpenter , Llarford.
CLASS 111.-DONTITIC GOODS
Best 6 7da, Woolen Flannel
•• 5 • Plaid " .
" 5 " Pulled cloth
" Pals Woolen Blank - cis
" 6 Pairs Woolen Socks
6 . 2 .. " Mittens. ..... . ...... ........1 *1 X
Samples " Taro 1 lid X
" 5 yds. Unnen Cloth 951 1
" 5 " " Towelling 9WI 1
" 12" Woolen Carpet 99d 1
Rag Cutlet 2 2d 1
Jedges--A. L. Tiffany. Hsrford , Mn. 0. Warm's,
Harford ; Mn. A. J. Tieany Brooklyn.
CL:11511 ml-01121.4.1111X5AL PTDLI WORE
Beat Patch Work Quilt
•• Quilt of anyotber kind
Bilk Worked endertlder7
•• Ladles daeque
" Butt Work.
" Tidy Cover....
" Fine Shirt
crane znr—VAINITSO • YUYIM4I
Best Dental Work 23 Id $2
011 Paintime • $2 2d
..Painting Br anyother kind Itd
.. Drawing - lad X
• Exhibition of Photograph is Ambratives..l
F kil Um
- Pictmes . 1 x
" Varie ure ty of Flowers . lld x
Fi.,rsl Design 12d X
Exhibition of Artificial Flowers £ Fruits...l 2d X
Jodaes—F.. S. P. Rine. Buford • Illm. IL 2i Carpenter.
Harlon] ; Mrs. Amos Sherwood. il ar ford. ,
Beata Bet "
Bluth " " ' I
Cam. of Arun meats—i. G. Hotchkiss, Geo. P
Wilmarth, Fowler Peck. .
Jueges—lra Carpenter, Harrold; Geo. A. Linden.
Harford ; A. B. Tucker, Raeford.
CLANS ITII-OXIMOMATED 43nCIAIS
Jodrell-3.. R. Pock, Ha:ford; 0. Grinnell, Milord;
Wm. E. Tingley. llarfortL
General Bup.—A. Carpenter.
C Ho i rs—Likaas r 0 1.1 .
" ..Sheep, Swine & Po r Ztry—R L
" Floral Hall—John C. Tanner.
" Mechanics Halt—John W. White.
Dairy Hall—D. K Farrar.
Vtgeta Hall—Heber Parrish.
General Pollee—D. L Hine.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
The Plowing Match will be held on Fowler
Peck's farm near liarford village on Wedelmday
Oct. sth, 1870. The entry fee will be one dol
lar ($1,00). Exhibitors wishing to compete for
Premiums are requested to have their Animals
and Articles entered on the Secry's Books on
the first day of the Fair if (possible) they must
be entered and on the grounds at ten o'clock of
the second ds.T. No. Animal can complete for
two premiums. Superintendents of the several
departments will have all ardelessystemstically
arranged. The Officers and Superintendents
will be known by their official badges. A suf
ficient police force will be in attendance from '0
o'clock of the first day, until niter the reading
of the premiums the second de y, to protect the
property of the Exhibitors. No provision will
be made for stalling stock over two years old.
Persons exhibiting Hill Blood Stock for pre
miums must show their pedigree to the satisfac
tion of the Jud.m.
Judges reporting to the Secy'e office before
11 o'clock will be furnished a free ticket for din
Single Tickets2sets. Children tinder 12 years
lOcts. Team 25cta Single Horse 15ets. Colts
under 2 years tree. Clergyman and Families
IRA H. PARRISH, )
P. CARPENTER., ,t Ex. Com.
1 IL M. JONES, President,
D. 8. CARPENTER, Secretary.
A flaunted Hoagie..
A house said to be haunted -is on the
Rondout road. It has been vacant for a
long time, because of these reports. Peo
ple living in the neighborhood declare they
hear strange noises nearly every night is
suing from the aforesaid dwelling. Not
long ago a courageous man said he was
not afraid of the ghost, and offered to stay
in the house over night; he entered the
building at half-past eleven p. tn. but in
a little more than half an hour he came
out, so badly frightened thathe was una
ble to explain what he saw or heard, and
it was not until the next day that he did
explain to his associates. He says : " I
entered the house, locked the door, light
ed a lamp and proceeded to explore the
premises. I first went to the basement;
here everything was correct, and coming
to the hall, I entered in succession the
three rooms on the first floor; nothing
was discovered ip any of the rooms, and I
accordingly went still further, mounting
the stairs, went through the rooms on the
top floor. hate I could discover nothing.
and beck ming satisfied that no ghost liv
ed in the house. I went below to the
parlor, and stretched myself on the floor,
on a blanket bronght in with me, and
turning down my light, composed myself
for a refreshing sleep. The room became
dark, and all was still, butrjust then I
heard a distant bell toll the hour of mid
night, at that moment the room was
lighted up with a peculiar light, and the
north parlor wall opened and a lady with
a huge gash across her right cheek and
forehead appeared in the room. The ap
paration came on me so suddenly that I
was entirely beside myself with fright and
starting to my feet, fled into the hall and
out of the front door into the street. This
is all he could say ; what it wanted he did
not know or did he go back again. He
was of the opinion, that murder had been
commi.ted. He says the face of the ap
parition was not of beauty, but showed
signs of a life of care or torment Now
strange to say comes a story of a horse
and carriage coming away from this house
very early one manning, about four weeks
ago. The carriage contained a man and
woman, the woman screamine - at the top
of her voice and trying to escape from the
carriage; since that time it has again
been seen, at the same early hour, going
in the same direction,:and though seen by
different peisons, they all agree as to that
I was entirely beside myself with the se
tion of the woman (stru gg ling to get clear
of the man.) What it all means it is im
possible to say or at least, we shall not
even attempt an explanation.— Meter
..a 8d 1
111 91 X
.1 2d )11
rde - The editor of the Philadelpia Bul
letin don't like boarding in the country.
He says: " Boarding in the country is
sometimes stupid. During abscence of a
week in that exciting mode ot living we
saw nothing more animated than four
cows and a flock of chickens.. The only
hog we saw was our landiord. Every
body seemed to take things easily. The
only person we saw in ra hurry was the
doctor's horse, with a broken pill wagon
at his heels. The animal for a wonder
was running away.
mP"A Wisconsin farmer . wants to
know what his class of people are coming
to when it takes ten bushels of wheat to
buy a pair of boots.—Ezchange.
They arc coming to be slaves of the
manufacturers under the protection sys
—Prussia' is three' times' , the size of
Pennsylvania. the Southern German eon
federation just the size-t-itad consequent
ly, the two now in &Mande ate equal to
Franc*, whieh is four tithes larger. By
another singular coincidence, the two na
tions have about the same population,
thirti.eight millions '
DACCHEY & CO.
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midfor diseases of the respiratory organs or
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DR. WELL'S CARBOLIC TABLETS.
They should be promptly taken In all cases of Dyptheria
Hoarseness and In ail affections of the Throat and Lungs.
FOR WORMS IN CHILDREN
they are simy invaluable and an excellent remedy when
the Marys pl not perform their hmetions properly,
Sendjbr pone, Price 23 cants per box, sent by mall on
receipts of the price, by John Q. Kellogg. St Platt Street,
N, Y. sole agent for the U.S. Sold by Dmggest. Sept. 14,
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BY GEO. 11. NA.PHRYS, M. D.
This =ATI, MIX Boos fa the great success of the
year. 45.00 n hare already been sold. It a Ifff sells with a
rapidity quite unprecedented. Agents all avec that they
make money Cuter selling ft than any other. Much first.
elan temitory is Mill open. Send t once for pnamphlet,
de. Address. GEO. II ACLEAN, P111311511E11,
Philadelphia, Now York It Boston. Sept 14,—1w
GETTING UP CLUBS
GREAT SAVING TO OONSIINERS.
Parties enquire bow to get up clubs. Our answer Is.
send for Price List, and a Club form will accompany it
with fall directions,—making a large sizing to consumers
and renumeratire to Club organizers.
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31 639 VESTRY STREET,
P.O. Boz 3643, NEW YORK. Sept. 14.-4 w
and expenses =arra:deed to all
llarobitious men and women selling our
world renowned patent Silver Mould Wire Clothes Lines
For full particulars address the Girard Wire Mills. Phil
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THE MAGIC COMBwill change any col.
ored hair or beard to
a permanent black or
brown. It any
no polscrn. Any 0130 an use B. One sent by mail for $l.
Address MAGIC COMB CC., Springfield, MSC
actg. 111-4 m
$lO A DAY—Bnetnea. entirely new and honorable.
Libontl inducement& Derrriptivocirculare her--
Address I. C. RAND . Co.. Biddeford, Mo. Litt22-3133
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cr MORE THAN 500,000 PERSONS 8
a Bear testimony to their Wonder- ; o •
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Made of Poor Rum. Whiskey. Proof Spirits, and Refuse
Liquors. doctored, spiced and sweetened to please the
taste. called "Tonics "-Appetisers." "Restorers," At..
that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but
are a true medicine, made from the native Roots and
Herbs of California. free from all Alcoholic stimulants.
Tiro are the Great Blood Partner and Life Giving Prin
ciple. a perfect Renovator and feel:mentor of the Sys
tem, carrying off all poisonous matter, and restoring
e Id lle ood toe healthy condition. No person can take
these Bitters according to directions, and remain long
SIMI will be given for an Incurable cars, provided the
bones are not destroyed by mineral poisons or other
means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point of
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rtienmatiam, and
Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood. Liver.
Kidneys, and Bladder, these Bitters have been moat
successful. Such Diseases are mused by Virated Blood,
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Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find Its Im
purities bursting through the skin in Pimples. Eruptions
or &Weir cleanse it when you find ft obstructed and
alugglablo the vetne ; cleanse it when it Is foul, and
your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure
and the health of the system will follow.
Pin. Tape, and other Worms, lurking in the system
of act many.thousands, are effectually destroyed and re
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Bitters have no equal. For trill directions read careful
' ly the demist around each bottle, printed In four lan
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It Is far the best Cathartic remedy yet dl catered,
and at once relieves and invigorate all the vital Blue
tit-ins, without causing Injury to any of them. The
most complete sir aces has long attended Its use In
many localities, and Is now offered to the general pub
lic with the conviction that It am never tail to accom
plish all that is claimed for It. It arodeces little or no
rain , leaves the organ free from Irritation. and never
over taxis or excites the nervions system. In all die
ruses of the skin blood, stemath bowels, liver, kidneys
—of children, and in many difficulties peculiar to wo
men. It brings prompt relief sniTtertain cure. The
best physicians recommend sup prescribe It, and no
person who once rises this will voluntarily return to
the use of any other cathartic
Sent by mall on receipt of price and postage.
1 BOX. $0.21 Postage, 6 cents.
I BOXES. LOD - • - • 18 "
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THE LIFE OF GEO. P. BELDMq, who from a lore of
wild adventure and a thirst for a knowledge of the In
dians., their Customs, Sports. Traditions, Wars, Great
Buffalo Hants, ac. /be., left a home of plenty In Obto
joined the Indians, adopted their mode of life, married
h benntiltil Wasbtella, Deanne a great Warrior, Hunter
and Chief of 100 Lodges, wee appointed Lieutenant to
the U. S. Regular Army. for meritorious services with
his loaves Ikgailltt hostile Indiana. A book of the most
tbrilßng tuteresi, a reality well authenticated. Truth
danger than Button. Superbly illustrated, engrav
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ges and ten= A. 11 IIiatEARD, -
au& itll-4 Publisher, 400 Cheetent St., Has.
W.a.Nlitei AGENTS—To sell the OCTOGON OM
ING MACHINE. It lilleensal. makes the " EAs•
tle Lock Wel" and Is warranted ftwayears. Price 115,
All other Wan with an ender-reed sold for 515 or
)(leaAs ax. intringlaratats. Address OCTAGON SEWING
et-Lonla,Eo, Mgt. 1 11 311VNEEll,
To., or Sootro. Mom
FLOUR 1 FLOUR !
From this day forward, we shallaell. Flour at
We hang out no false Colors, but mean just
what we say.
While making Flour a specialty, our stock of
FEED, NEAL, SALT LIME CEMENT,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, rte.
Will be kept full and sold at very small profit&
H. GARRATT & SON.
Sept. 14 —lw
Now Milford, March 2,1870.—1 y
E P. STAMP,
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
Flour, Snit, natter, Pork, Lard, Elam, Salt Fish, Tallow,
Candles, Crackers, Cheese, Coffee, Spices, Choice
Tess, Sugars, Rice, Dried and Canned
Fruit. Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff,
and all other articles usually kept In a prat class Grocery
• and Provision Store.
We will mark our Goodi as law as wean afford, and
Bell formai, or exchange for produce,
Montrose. Feb. 2. 1870.—tf
THE PLACE TO TRADE
And whew you wth Ind
THE BEST VARIETY OF 000158, AT THE 11108 T
LIBEILkL f'RICtI3, ta at
Guttenberg, Rosenbaum 4 'L'o's
Large and handsome selection of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
For men. boys' and youths' wear. Fine selection or
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, COATINGS, &c....
For Custom Work. We take measures and make up pr.
manta to order, after the newest and most tasty styles.
Large variety of PIECE GOODS to sell by the yard. A
floe variety of - Genta' FUIINISUIVG GOODS, Necktie*.
Howe, Paper and Linen Cohere, Shirts., Trunks, Satch
els, Umbrellas, etc. Large selectiou newest styles of
EATS AND CAPS,
of various material. In oar Dry Goods Department yap
NEW DRESS GOODS
silk., poplin.. Mobsirs. Alpacas (black and all the lead
ig colors and thades. Piques. Penalea, printed Organ
dies and Maratha, French Gingham, etc.
Table Linen, Towels., Napkins, Swiss Mullins. Jaeoneta
PARASOLS, Stmahzdea, Skim. Corsets, Rktd and
Lhde, Thread Olores,Hadary, Handkerchief:NC°llarsand
SHAWLS. SAVES. of "Tartans material sod In differ
ent styles Dl :=• - - 5 TBLISIMINGS and Buttons, Maraelles
Trimming, Pulißug, Fringes, etc.
DOMESTIC GOODS, Mnsllns, Calicos, Ticks, Denham
We have a lame "election In trimmed and untrimmed
(late, bondowns. Flowers. Ribbons. Patina, illusion , .
Laces, Blond., Frames, black and colored Crepes, de.
The prices on all our Goods are marked sway DOWN
and will defy all competition. Our goods are bought In
large onantitift. and selected with great care, bough t In
flatter ourselves that we can give satisfaction to aIL
Montrose, May 11, MO.
The fnbeertbers are now receiving from New Tait
new and fresh stock of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
which will be sold at a low agars for nab• Amoog the
numerous artlides may be found
Flour, Hama, Dried Bell, Smoked Halibut, Cod.
Tens, Coffee, Sagan, Rice, Mese, Worsterstdre Bence.
Canned Pe Pram. Pine Apples, Sweet Coro, Tom
toes. Wawa, and Mons, Cocoa, Falin2,
AR kinds of SPICES, Cltton, Orange Peel. etc
CROCKERY b GLARSWARE.
A No 1 Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, etc.
All of which eau be warranted as Mt elms goods. awl
In addition to the Grocery trufki. we lina la tbaBl4 .
G. C. lllife News Mee. whoa/41.Sn Mr I ...
selection of Stationery, B oob, leafy, Weekly and
Monthly Pliners. liagudnes. r dote and pope's not co
baud will be ordered and fttre46ed;oo latent nodes wiib
ant Special ears Bien to orders. No troll.
ble to show goods—so drop in and OW AN yourselves.
PfrOoods delivered without Wisdom.
H.. 1. Wren,
C. N. Gram
Montrose. Nay 38. 1870.
MOO A YEAR. AND; EXPENSES
to sell the cab:hutted WILSON 13kWINOWL.
CHINES. The pat =alas in the world. Stitch silks
oahota skin. woe Wahine without Yaw. For Ivo!
*maculate, addlese 15 W. 9thet..llllll. so. LaMar
E. P. STAMP
M. S. DESSAIIER
fish, Mackerel; fie.
Extract Lemon, etc. etc
WEBB I GEIUL
Now Team August 16b. IM.
Allow we to c ILO your attoullou to guy Preparation et
COMPOUND EXTRACT of BUCHU
T i h m e ip e t e r m i ta r t u nt . parts are Bach., Long Leaf, Cubed..
Nona or Pwarewainan,4Baebn, In nano Juniper
Berries, by distillation. to term a 11110 gin. Cubans ex
tracted by displacement with 'plats obtained from
Juniper Berries ; very little sugar is need, ands small
proportion of spirit. It Is more palatable than any
now to use.
Beau, as prepared by Druggists. is of a dark color.
It Is a plant that emits Its fragrance ; the action of •
flame destroys this (its active principle), leaving •
dark and glutinous decoction. Mine is the color of-in
gredients. The Bache in my preparation predomin
ates; the smallest quantity of the other Ingredients
are added, to prevent fermentation ; upon inspection,
it will be found not to be a Tincture. as made in Ther
eon:lopes. nor is it a Syrup—and therefore coo be used
in cases where never or inflammation exist. In this
yo u have the knowledge of the ingredients and the
mode of preparation.
Hoping that you will favor vs with a trialnd that
upon inspection it will meet with your approbation,
With a feeling of confidence.
I am, very respectfully,
H. T BELYBOLD.
Chemist and Druggist of 16 years experience.
[Prom ths largest Manufacturing Chendsts in the
Norms= 4' 1664
I am sequainted with 11r. U. T. Heimboki ; be cm•
copied the Drag Store opposite my residence. and was
succesidul In conducting the business when otheas had
not be• a equally so before him. I bate been fmrors
bly impressed with his character and enterprise."
Film of Powers A W elgbtmitn, Manufacturing
Chemists, Ninth and tfeown Streets. PhlkdeL
lIELDBOLDT FLUID lI:XTRACT DIDDIU
for greatness arising from inatserettou The exhaust
ed powers of Natant welch ate serempanied by so ma
ny alarming symptoms, amoog erhieh.will be found is.
disposition to Exertion. Lose di:Emory, Wakefulness.
Honor of Disease, or Feashodings of Evil—in fact,
Universal Lassitude. Prostration. and Inability to 'ti
ter into the enjoyments ofseetety.
The Constitution. once affemed with Chesnie Weak
ness- respires the aid of Medicine to strengthen and in
vigorate the, which
lIEL3IBOLD'9 mUACT DUCIIII
lava:101y dem If no treatment is submitted to, Can
rumptino or Inranity salon.
Bzussoin's Finn Effriuter as Ramo. In affections
peculiar to Females, Is moktutilati by any otturr prepa
ration. as in Chloroals. or Retention. Painfainess Of
Saporasslon d costumer? evacuations, Ulcerated or
Schisms State of the Uterus. and :ari complaints Incl.
dent to ihs sea, or tha decline or change of life.
Helmbokra Extract Buchu and Improved
.111 radically exterminate from the system alseasesari
sing from habits of dissipation. at litt,e expense, little
or no change to diet. no ineonvenienre or exposure :
campletely superseding those unpleasant and denser
one rem •les, Copalva and Mercury, In all these dims.
Use Tlelmbold's Fluid Entrant of Baena In an disc's
cc of these organs. whether existing In male or female,
from whatever cause originating, and no matter of how
long standing. It ispivarant in taste and odor,•• ha.
mediate. in sction, and more strengthening than any
preparations of Bark or Iron.
Those suffering from broken down or delicate eonst
unions, procure the remedy at ones.
The reader mutt be ewer* that, however slight may
be the attack of the above diseases, it ascertain to at
fact the bodily health and mental powers.
All the above diseases requite 'bedded a Diuretic.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Is the Oros& Meat Dhiretk.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
Pries, $1.15 per Bottle-41 Bottles $6.50
Delivered to any address. Describe symptoms In al
Address H. T. RELINDOLD, Drag and Chandeal
Warctionsa, 594 Dreading. N. Y.
Ilarrioas are gesataeolare dens spla steel ',pav
ed wrapper. with toeuhatlit of say Chaska Warehouse
J®s 1, Urle.-17
NO. 82 WASHINGTON STREET,
Flirt Door North of t►e City National Dank.
Brilliant Display !
HINT CLOCKS IN THE MARKIIT,
TRENCR, SWISS A.ND AMERICAN
CHEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE.
I have also the beat and most complete stock of
SOLID SILVER AND PLATED WARE
Prom the bend and most popular makers, whose
oods have given perfect satisfaction to my patrons
'or the past ars )ears•
The stock will be found the best ever opened in
earcitiamtos, andet all times will be kept toll and
complete, easurlstins , of
SOLID SILVER TABLE WARE,
TABLE AND TEA SPOONS,
together with all thy varieties of Plated Ware, such as
Tab Betts, Cake Baskets, Napkin kings, Outer■.
Knives, Perks, Spoons. In.,
of Stogie, Doable. Treble 'mil Creadmple Plate
vas never more complete. and I am making constant
dally addkions of al the new Nov
elties of the Beason.
ALL MY COODS AS REPRESENTED
For nuttier proof of this I refer to
0. W HOTCHKISS. LEWIS SEYMOUR.
T. R MORGAN. .1. S. WELLS.
D. MUNSON. W. LAGRANGE.
B. B. MERSIIREAU, RILEY BUSH.
H. DUSENBURY, WARD MERSIREAU
PLRASS CALL and =AIMS OUR GOODS, AT
82 Washington St.
Vov. 3, 1363.—tf
HOWARD SANITARY AID ASSOCI
For the Relief and ears of the Erring and trahntnnate,en
Principles of Christian PRlthrupy.
Relays on the Errors.* Tooth and the Follies of Age,
In relation to Na and Social evils, with earthily
aid for the afflicted. Bent free, Wended envelopes. Ad
dew HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P. Philadelphia.
FOREST LAKE WOOLEN MILLS
The undersigned are now prepared to ex
chae Cotton Warp and a2-wool Flannels,
lmeree, Tweeds, and Stocking Yarn for
Wool, on favorable terms. Also, will manage
uue cloth by theyard, or on shorn, and are con
fident we can give satisfaction to all. Wool
Carding and Cloth Meninges mai.
WRIGHT BROS. & SOUTHWELL.
Forest Lake, June 1, 1870.—Sm•
CONGRESS WATER S`
pEBBLti peCtadell,E SPEOTAOLES—aIso corn
A. MOS • uffir supply lb? We bY
Iloatense, Nov. 10, UM JUL T Mtn.
exict.re Taws GRAPE 11= e i. dlsillled
'Wetly • and • rafetyet other itchlatna .
boe Cld rioarad iSissd rei . olr e rre and th anutoo e 411
iThisker. Pus IWO. mg Roth &e n emata*
4 /ifs limA , Weal by
liesuose. Much Wk. Ile.
ri 51!, OW 511
Of an Styles, add sold
PK 451 RINGS, FORKS, ic.,
IT lINSODID STOCK OF
BINGHAdf . 7I3N, N. Y.
J. F. TOZER.
DRUGGIST, MONTROSE, PA.,
L continually receiving
And keen/ constantly on hand a full and desirable as
sortment of genuine
DRUGS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, LIQUORS,
Paints, Oils, Dye-Stolfs, Teas, 1411ces, and other Ora
eerie., Stone Ware, Wail and W ludow Paper, Glass
ware, Prole Jars, Mirrors, Lamps. Chimneys, Kero
sene, Machinery 011, Tonners' Oil. Ncalaroot 011, HO.
glued Whale Oil, Sperm Oil, Olive Oil, Spirits Turpen-
One. Varnisnes, Cynary Seed. Vlnegar.Potath. Comm
traied Lye. Azle Grease., Tensors. Supporters, Medical
Instruments, Shoulder Bracer., %Thies, Guns, Pistols,
Cartridges, Powder, Shot, Lend. Gun Caps, Blasting
Powder and Year. Violin.. string... Dows. etc. Flues,
Plies, etc., Fish Boots and Llnvii.Dar and Toilet Soaps,
listr 011,, Bair Reotorcia. and Hair Dyes. Brushes,
Pocket Halve.. Specurrier.Sllver Pleled Spoons,Forks,
Knives. etc. Z. 014 Articles, a general assortment of
FANCY GOODS, JEWELRY. end PERFUMERY
All Ore leading and best kinds of
In short, nearly every thing to restore the sick, to
please the taste, to delight the eye, to gratify the [anus,
and also to conduce to the real and substantial comforts
of life. Enumeration is impracticable as It would 1111
a newspaper. Call at the Drug and Variety Store of
Montrote, Jan.s, IS7O.
F ARM FOR SALE!
The subscriber °dere for sale bin Farm, situate to
the east part of New Milford township, containing
ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-THREE ACRES
125 acres improved. well watered by Ppringv.and a small
creek. There are two hone.. one now. and three bents,
one new. and other outbuildings. and two good orchards.
The land not improved is heavily timbered.
Terms made easy. For further informotion call on or
address the submiher at New Milford, Busq'a Co. Pa.
Nov. 10. geoo.—tt
STROUD & BROWN'S
Fire, Life, and Accident
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
CAPIT.U, REPRESEN'TED, over
Home Muturance Co. of N. Y., Capital and
Insurance Co. of North America, Phira,
Capital and Surplus,
Franklin Fire Insurance Co., Phila, Pa.,
Capital arid Surplus,
Lyeouling County Mutual insurance Co.of
Money, Penn a, Capital and surplus,
Farmer's Mutual Insurance Co. York, Pa.,
Capital and Surplus,
Connecticut Mutual Life insurance Co. of
Hartford, Conn., paying 60 per cent.
dividend. to the aseured.. The notes
given for half the premium is never to
bepaid under any circumstances. he
policy will alnaye be paid 10 full, and
the notes given op. Capital, 17,000,000
Americalt_Llie knenranee Co., Philadel•
Travelers'lnsurance Co. Hartford, Conn.,
Insuring against all kinds of accidents
Hartford Fire IneuranceCompany. Hart
ford. Conn.. Capital and Surplus.
Putnam Fire InsomoceCo., Hartford, CL,
Hartford Live Stoca insurance Company.
Insurance on all kinds et Live Stock,
acalnst theft and death Irom any
cause. Capital, $17,000,000
ell-All business entrusted to our care will be attend
ed to on fair term., and all Moses promptly adjusted.
or office arstfloor ea.t. from Banking 011 ice of W
11. Cooper & Co., Turnpike st. Montrose Pa.
STRODD &t BROWN, Agents.
74. C. Fivrroir. sBQ., Fricrisville, Solicitor.
CURL H. Blinn, Montrose, do
Brim:cos &moan. Crtani.na L.. Buoys
Montrose, Bp 1. 18410.
DOWN TOWN NEWS
MI ER AND COA 7'S,
Math Street, b doors below Boyd'. Corner. Montrone
FLO IJ R, GROCERIES, AND
Wear. coastantlyrec tying, ad now have an hand,
a fresh stock of Goode in oar Ila v, which we villsal)
CILEAP ! Clit'Al ! CHEAP !
foreaga,oresetu• .ge orprodace.
PORE, FISH, LARD;
HAMS, DRIED FRUITS,
CLOVER rE TIMOTHY SEED, 4tc
Waimea refitted and made addition■ to our Stock of
Pails. and are now read,' to forward Batter to the bet t
commission houses to New York. tree of charge, and
mskellberaladyancements on consignments.
Call and °zenith, e our Stock before purchasing else
where. andeonvlnce Yourselves of thy
GOOD QUALITY tic LOW PRICES
of oor Goods
Montrose, April 10. 1869
Wholesale & Retail Dealers in
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
• NAILS, SPIKES, SHOVELS,
MINE RAIL, COUNTERSUNK & T RAIL SPIKES
RAILROAD & MINING dUPPLJES.
CARRIAGE SPRINGS. AXLES, SKEINS AND
BOXES,. BOLTS, NUT MA LLEAB LE WAS
IRONS. RUBS, SPOKES,
FELLOES, SEAT SPINDLES. BOWS. Sc.
ANVILS, VICES, STOCKS and DIES, BELLOWS
HAMMERS. SLEDGES. FILES, de. de.
CIRCULAR AND MILL SAWS, BILTING. PACKING
TACKLE BLOCKS. PLASTER PARIS
CEMENT, HAIR A GRINDSTONES.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS. LEATIIER & FINDINGS
Scranton. March 24. IRIS. 17
OF WILLIAM W. SMITH.
'ass Taxa Norms: The extensive Furniture
Es dishment of William W. Smith, having been
relit and greatly Improved. the proprietor respect
fullyhnoonnees to the citizens of Montrose and TIMM.
ty, that he Is constantly mating and keeps on hand the
largest and best nsssortment of
to be found snywher this side of New York City.
Desks, Divans. Toweleacka, Lounges, Footstools te.
Center Lard, Pier, Toilet. Dining. Kitchen and
Cnaftta —Cane and Woodseat Rockets, Cane, Flag
and Woodients of every varloy and *WI..
Sofssand Tetcatetes, furnished on short notice.—
Cane seat chairs resented.
.large assortment—cheapest assortment—cheapest and best In the market
Cane Seat Chairs.
tem now enabledto stipple my cnitotnersWith• new
substantial cane seat chair, or home manufacture. Width
will tw Toned greatly superior to those formerly In
market, and peters sold eta less Ono.
CANE•SEAT CHAIRS RE.S.NATED.:.
IfIr" Heady made canes on band or 'furnished at
short notice. Hearse Alwyn in readiness If desired.
I employ none but carefhl and experienced workmen,
I Intend to do my work well, and sell It as low agora.
WILLIAM W. SMITH.
PROF. G. E. STEDGE,
Would notify the public of Auburn 4 COrnera and
vicinity. that he ta now prepared to tame all bones en
titudW to hlacare, no motet whator bow bad their ha
bits are If not broke., no charge made.
Also,lnatroetlon given how to tome your own hones.
Auburn 4Conters,Bept.22, 1169,—y
/gyp CONSllMPlTVBl3.—Prottdentlally my daughter
1 was restated to health by ample means, without
The particulars ma be met tree. Rams
11.11oreatow, Stockton St. Ihooklyn, Long Island. eda
W. R. COATS