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Farm and Household.
late attelseas Cite Bess Layers.
A correspondent of the Gauntry Gra-
Oman writes: Alter repeated experi
ments during the past twenty-five years
in hatching chickens. I am fully con
vinced that fowls hatched in the mouth•
of July make far better layers than those
born at any other season of the year.—
Early battled chicks commenced laying
in September, and continue until cold
January weather, when they discontinue
until spring. On• the other hand, when
hatched in July or August, Cher begin in
February, and continue until October. 1
find July chickens will average 50 to 75
more eggs yearly, than those hatched in
March. My method, therefore, is to
hatch 100 chinks in August for my own
use. As soon. as the cocks can bo select
ed from the pullets, they are convert:d
into pot-pie, giving the pullets, all the
room. The pullets are then well fed, and
are soon large enough to care for them
The Light Brahtuas have always been
'my most profitable and favorite fowls; but
with great reluctance lam obliged after
three years' trial to place the Partridge
Cochin' at the head of the list. As lay
.era they excel any Asiatic breed I have
ever known, and as market fowls they
have no equal. They are very hardy.
mature early, and make short-legged yel
low-fleshed, heavy-breasted Cowls. My
pullets hatched last August am laving
now, as they have since February. They
are superior sitters and most careful
mothers. lam also breeding White Co
chins for the first time this season, and
thus far I am much pleased with them.
Fall Management of Lambs.
M. N. Russell, Jefferson Co, 0., writes
the Germantown Telegraph:—ln order to
have lambs go into winter quarters in good
condition it is impoilant that they shohld
receive proper attention in time. Not on
ly should they have good pasture to run
on. but they should be fed a small quan
tity of grain at least once a day. Oats or
rye is preferable to corn ; and if inclined
to sem, a little wheat bran is an excel
lent thing to give them. A small por
tion of salt should be put in their feed,
which will give them a better relish fur
it. By pursuing this course they will
grow very fast, and small, weak lambs
will become strong and thrifty, and when
winter sets in they will be so trained to
eat that it will be a pleasure to tend them.
They should be sheltered from the cold
rains that very frequently come during
the fall montos, when a little nice hay
should be put into the racks for them to
As a general rule it is better to have
lambs in two flocks as the strong ones
will crowd the small ones out if left to
gether. An old pasture field of blue grass
and timothy is better for then) to run on
than meadows, as there is inclination to
scour. Clover pasture should always be
avoided. I have found from experience
that it is much easier taking lambs
through the winter that were well taken
care of immediately after being separatet
from the ewes than those that were left
in a manner to shift for themselves.
Woman comoll the Dairy.
From a paper on Dairying, read before
the Wisconsin Agricultural Convention
by Mry P Putman, of Dodge's Corners,
Wis., we make the following extraete, as
published in the Western Farmer:
Dairying should be promoted to a great
er extent, and while I would in no-wise
depreciate there extensive factory end
prises, I believe tin y cannot superade
the necessity, nor should their exisieuce
furnish an excuse to avoid the trouble of
farm dairying. It, from any pretest, our
farmers should abandon the custom of
producing sufficient amount of butter
and cheese for the consumption of their
families, a short period of time must
prove the fallacy of the schemes. Farm
er's daughters generally take too little M . -
terest it, household matters.
A young man, Lis ouly wealth consist
ing iu health and witting hands. in coin-
Pan y with a po.r farmer's ter) whom
he hoped soon to make his wife.) while at
au agricultural eihiloion, and passing
by the stands loaded with household pro
ducts heard mone one remark: "There
is some good bread ;" when this dainty
lipped hidy, in a tone of affection and dis
dain replied: "I know nothing of this
matter; I should be no-judge of the ar
ticle." Slimy persons are compelled by
ctrenmstances to seek new homes, which
sm a ll means will procure, and these are
found in rem-te scctions, isolated from
many D.Dvunieneies of populous distrait&
In situations like these, if educated in
the care of general house work and the
dairy, they might still enjoy the , teellent
rood:, and the surety of un income from
the proceeds ..f their
Then, ladies. why not add to your oth
er attananenta skill in the culinary area
and in the products of the dairy that
your pleusuro may not he marred nor the
smiles of your guests doipLie , d by looks
of disgust while at your repast, as you
proffer them your fragiatit 'gilt edged"
butter. and delicious creamy cheese.
Rut thiA skill, in greatest - profection. is
not acquired by a few faint hearted trials;'
bat t ntg, pattent. persevering care and
faitful practice, are necessary to accom
plish the b-st results.
A lady remarked to the successful com
petitor on farm dairy products, at the late
State Fair, "I envy y m the ear with
which you gained your premiums?' She
did not cormider that many years bad
been passed in almost daily practice of
the dairy lesson. •
See To The Sheep.
Sheep thin in flesh should now be wal
ed from the flock and given the-advan
tage of -extra feed. In most flocks where
there has been a natural inerease,many of
the ewes have been r,ilueed in flesh by
suetaining two lives, and ench will be
very likely to furnish a pelt before spring
unless properly fitted for winter. The
iruy to keep u strong. healthy' flock is, to
not t ltii any member of it get poor.
Ix some of the western granges, it is
said, the members are pledged never logo
in law with each other, but msettle their
disputes by arbitration..
AN.honest old ihrtuer,pii king infortn.
od - the other, dtly thwt (le orhis nioghhortt
ttwed'tlim trEidge,...growlf , d' out,. uNo.
VO t R r A rtifle?Fralvg nu thine
- . •
AA Downes ovdoror figuring elitism oroDuit C: D.
"faasp, eve nogrestiol oo eon Dot oabocritiorpre•
'Oust to um Vet of Jannamlo74.
IDDP *. - A.
IA eli U l2ll . fliPtr• •• . LaiLRAM.
~ ..agfakm,oe.l4no. . D.
Now Milford Astirerthementar
J. DICKBRMAN & CO.
New Milford, Pa..
CALL azromos TO Tams =ton
NEW FALL GOODS !
Now on Sale.
GREAT BARGAINS rs DRY GOODS
both Pamir% and Do Asstle, Staple and Free). An
the Novelties in Dress Ttionninn. Ribbons,
Laces,Embroldery,lialr Gobda, am
J. DICKERMAN & CO
Ma. 'Neat tridoeements to Dams of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS
bought at bottom prtres for cash. and undersold by
none. A magnificent display of SHAWLS.
J. DICHERMAN & CO
bum, In DTC).1 1, 141:111 1 1;1191 embed enoo:b to
till a email atom.
We alertly* keep on band a fresh and complete flock
of CIqr4O.COMPX - 1010 .V . T . 091011 . ..
1.032.04, Flour, null. tie , by the load, barrel, or
pouu t i A floe line of EtAIWW ARS nod House For
b..king Goods. PAPSIt LIANGLNIGS. all Ma popular
J. DICKERMAN & CO.,
ire bound to keep everything the people erant.and a i.r.
recently added to their immense st&ck a varied assort
19 VW 9
MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE
. STUFF'S, PATENT MEDI
Everything to the Drug line et prtees that will uton
tab drug buyere.
J. DICKERMAN & CO
call particular attentioa to their very larga
t;-":17,1,1"iifikr.7.78, 1 1.1 L I M Pg,"a l liglet•
'Tie a Cut that ere keep nearly eeerythlng--the moat
compete mama of any houee In the County, bonght at
Net advantage foe CAIIII and .old at the lowest riving
J. THITIMRDIAPJ te ee
Now Milford. Sept. di, 1971cdtio.
The subscriber offers for sale the ealcisb!e for= licrosra
Said farm iv nor of the moat diYininin in the County
and Is tweielfull) sitmted In the village of Smatmerw
SUIVICiIIOIII Connie, Pa. There le a good Store,
Flooring MIS. Saw Kill Plaster Mill, and Blacksmith
Shop In maid Village. The farm Is directly on the line
of the D. L. it W. flailroad,U4 miler from the depot In
New Milford:l and miles (mai the New York rt K. ion at
the Great Bend Station ; contains IS) acres of land. 193
acre, improved; le well watered. hewing a lotting stream
of tenter running through it, end • never-failing eoppiy
of matte conveyed In pipe, to be bout.. barn. and cat
tle yards; it le well feared, and under good cultivation.
It 0..11 adapted to gpsaaring grain, and le well Stied for
tooth ea dairying. Thera i• a large and convenient
do. Mug, nes ty palmed and a beautiful front yard with
alma nbery. n large borne bent, large carrierr and tool
barn, a large cattle hero with two rattle yards, ample
and atAbirs for feeling at met or etAbling co., 3
email boy barns. tea hoer- brisk smoke boas •, corn
kon.e, and it or-heeds of grafted trait.
'rev .• .
ha. 3 &DIALLER FARMS test
Le will TgRUS oI payrornt made easy, For In
R. L. SIT/THIN,
New Milford, buoquebanzu County, Pa
..kezort ^.d. IF}.3—Gm.
IL - Non SALE—The farm late of Nathan Al
drich, de d, situated about half a mile wes
of Ilontrose Depot, in Bnmklyn township, con
Lining about 111 acres of land mostly quprov
ed. Inquire of the undersigned, executor o
:aid estate, at New Milford, Pa.
New Milford, Jan. 25,1873.-1 L
pttINTS AND OILS.
A FINE STOCK AT
B. R. LYONS er, CO: IS
Stotatree, Mry 14. 14:3.
CARPETS AT ID =WS AND UPWARDS
—Loss than rz. V. Prices—
firay 14, '73, For Sale by IL U. LYONS &Ire
SEGA= TEA, corn ,
At Low Figures at
B. B. LYONS & CO.'3
WALL SNIIF WINDOW PAPERS
A LAX M' STOOL
AND NEW PATTERNS RECEPTED
EVERY WEEK, DIRECT FROM
Os Bate by
B. X. LYONS a CO
Stay 14. Ira.
COAT'S CLARK'S o. K. T.,
JOHN CLARK'S SPOOL THREAD
—WHITE, BLACK. & COL.
ORED—FROM No. 8 TO No. 130, AT
'ZS CENTS PER DOZEN.
c.a. Lion a co
Xostrsae..rlay D 4 sari
1111.133.er 43 ClOEtta
B ILLINGS STROUD.
General Iniraranee Agent,
FM, LIFE AND ACCIDENT IRVIN ALECE,
Homo Ina. Co., N. Y., Capital and Surplus. $4,000.000
Hartford ?Ire insi., Co..t.spitalandburplus to,ono,unti
Liverpoill, London & Olone " limi.noo,uidi
lac Co,. of Noll& America ' . 8:101. - io,e00
National, Phi Ca. aisini.iOu
Antbrsclio, Yhilatra .' Sitic.ino
Ina. Cu., State of Penn . &
It Ullamsport Ins. Co.
Narragansett, norldenee, R. L •"
Clay. of Neoarport, Ky.
Newtown, of Bucks Co.
Metall:m:lla, of 01w/eland
!halo foe. Co. of Phil..
Alecomanis, of Pitteborg, ..
IA I 30 MI .
Conn. Mutual Life We. Co., Mantis
-A. CP CI X3Z, MN T.
Tranierr Ina.oll.,Llartord,Capitaland Surplus $2.000.1106
Railway Massagers t:isu,ooo.
The undersigned has been well known In this county.for
the past 17 ygnms,as an I,:s wanes Agent. Losses enetalned
by his Comosinies have always been promptly paid.
Ur Wiles firstdoor east from Banking Ufnce of Vi
B. Cooper &Co..Turnplitest. Montrose.Pa.
BILLINGS STROUD, Agent.
CIIARLES 11. 8 lITII, t sonc i t .„ .
Montrose. Mar 2:Lltra.
LETTER 11 L A DS,
SA LE BILLS,
SLIP II I LI: 4 ,
PROW? . m Es,
PATENT DE , :DS,
ETC., riTc., RTC.
lEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD.
.2_ 4 On and after June In, 187,..tr01ne on the Lebig
y Railroad will run an follow.:
No No. No
16 100 910 E1m13.1 1245 0.9 915
321 13) 949 1110 335 90.1
935 137 1000_ .. Ath..9o II 8 'A,
420 205 10 40 ....Too 5r 413 .. II 05 4 57 010
622 1137 W9 . 5113919,3...10(5 713
SIS 305 11 50.... lacy 3 i l l o 943 405 .0 54
614 11 ... 9449991 w. ... 9 ..3/ 011
6 43 12 3. ...11rbocparq.... 9 13 0 :15
653 860 12 43. .T902190.103ck .. 949 321 556
801 442 1 50.. • ..111.190.n 7-'5 733 450
816 5(0) 2 15_ 11 - 11k99-718030,... 700 2 13 430
"7 30 4 35...51.011 1.10996... ... I 1 IS 131
.L B.N 550 411rnton n a. 9. 1 ,, 47 13:D
840 605 ....1181111911ern 19 20 11147
015 GM.... ...Easton 1006 11 35
porn 8 M.—Philadelphia
No. 37 leaves limaranda • t TlO a. tn.: Tathm/a. 7 A
p. m, ; Wavtrly. Ft TWA trt arriviag at Elmira at a lat) at
No St learre Elmira al 330 9. in.: Waverly, at A IF
a. m.; Atheas.at 630 p. at., arriving at Towanda at
213 p, rn.
aM , Draannt: Room Pare attn.-hell to trains 2 nd
ritunlag through from Elmira to Phtladvlph la.
It. A. ?ACKER. Suuvriattod
Furniture and Undertaking.
.1F 1 1.11 . 111t11.1.1 . -M
Estensiva Ftrnltere Wareroom you will Lad the larva ,
FIRST CLASS AND COMMON
re I IC7I-7i
To be found la this Pact!tm of the country. o! Hs oe l
manufacture. and at rue. that. cannot fall to live tall.
laatiatt. tic rualett the very test
thth. Country, and nARILS.IN Tr them.
Of all kind. done to the nente.t mantle!
P , Wit X 11,7 4C, E.M
OP VARIOUS h..l:Clat.
PURE NO.I MATRASsES,
The eabocrlber will hereafter make to. aderta Kiva , a
specialty le bit bookie.. Miring jurt completa
ins+ and the moat willst HEARSE t nmte. al
needlng ocrl ices be attended to promptly and a•
WDI, W. SELITII & SON.
Ifoutroae. Pa- Jan,. 31.1aTia—Lo5—tf.
EVERYTHIVO NEW &NH STYLISH
le'r P. 7.3l2ocazTx_iimlnis.
50 Washington St., Binghaniton,
Consisting of everything nameable in thai
business. Repairmg pranptly done.
PRICES REAUONABLE. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Itingtuunten, N. Y.. August tt0.1.873.-15.
V . =OXBOW 4tr. BROTHER,
DEALERS LN ALL KINDS OF COF-
FINS, CASKETS, ETC.,
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Airrii 13. IFa.it.
Drugs and Medicines.
J ~ /
FITT7A . IO
7 IF '.71
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M i11;.3 or Cattle.
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the es .ver hilt • ye*. •of trial, Inth
Loo 11.1 L. W. 1... It a1.,11, 1.1.4 17 • =l'4 , " to Oi
es, I.a.ament le vnt u reccer.rsted. the
lia() . ill lc Inc iidc~.
,r tl• !n.l-.1 11., 1.7 tv - irts any ether Litd
r- ~.n p, or ttit• or rosu.t. lbry
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v L tricat Mdarl Lizirati
LS. LI.T U“ . • 3 0 • .+.ls Currraz SZOra. /14
£G C. et:c. arid Zl.oo per Bottle.
Is widely known
4 as one of the most
4., P effectual remedies
s . ), ever discovered for
PW, - I, cleansing the sys-
A ' 4, tern and purifying
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s' ......-, ',...,.. ..-,...-- the blood. It has
' 4 :;', stood the test of
' -1,„,, #,..,..,r..5. years, with a eon
''; - T - solndyusswingre,
station, based on its
Intrinsic virtues, and sustained by its re
markable cures. So mild as to be safe and
beneficial to children, and yet so searching
as to effectually purge out the great cor
ruptions of the . blood, such as the scrofulous
and syphilitic contamination. Impurities,
or diseases that have lurked in the system
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear. Hence its wonderful
cures, many of which are publicly kno -, wn
of SCrofkila, and all scrofulous &se i sms,
Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruptive' dia.
orders of the skin, Tumors, Blotches,
Boils, Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipe
las, Totter, Salt Rheum, Scald
Head, Ringworm, and internal Ul
cerations of the Uterus k Stomach,
and Liver. It also cures other com
plaints, to which it would not seem especi
ally adapted, such as Dropsy, Dyspep
sia. Fits, Neuralgia, Heart Disease,
Female Weakness, Debility, and
Leucorrhtea, when they are manifesta
tions of the scrofulous poisons.
It is an excellent restorer of health and
strength in the Spring. By renewing the
appetite and vig or of the digestive organs,
it dissipates the depression and listless lan
guor of the season. Even where no disorder
appears, people feel better, and live longer,
for cleansing the blood. The system Moves
on with renewed vigor and a new lease of
N. , . No. No
14. 2 4.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., .Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical ChemWs.
SOW BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERTMELERS
•FAX. VEGETABLE SICIUAN
A.,7 13 m*V .-- -
F.very year increases the populari
ty of this valuable Hair Preparation ;
which is duo to merit alone. We
can assure our old patrons that it is
kept fully up to its high standard;
and it is the only.reliable and perfect..
ed preparation for restoring GRAY
or. VA.DEo Ilsut to its youthful color,
making it soft, lustrous, and silken.
The scalp, by its use, becomes white
and clean. It removes all eruptions
and dandruff, and, by its tonic prop
erties, prevents the hair from falling
out, as it stimulates and nourishes
the hair-glands. By its use, the hair
grows thicker and stronger. In
baldness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will create a new growth, except in
extreme old age. It is the most eco
nozniml HAIR Davison:l ever used,
as it requires fewer applications,
and gives the hair a splendid, glossy
appearance. A. A. Hayes, M.D.,
State Assayer of Massachusetts, says,
"The constituents are pure,and care
fully selected for excellent quality;
and I consider it the BEST FREYA..
11ATI03 for its intended purposes."
SoldbsasDroppirls.andDearnt ha .11aidae&
FOR TES WEIGHERS.
" As our Renewer in many cases
requires too long a time, and too
much care, to restote gray or faded
'Whiskers, we have prepared this
dye, in one prtparation ; which will
quickly and effectually, :accomplish
this result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color wnich will
neither rub nor wash oft Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL, 6 CO.,
LYON MPG. CO.
Prize Ono .Dottes.
Drugs and Medicines.
la ChasWaal mid I'M:dial Eiskrnce.
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Dr. GATT L" TAR I?.EIIIEDIES
Cure Incipient Coavar:tption.
Dr, GARVIN'S TAR currEDuris
Dr. GAIrIN'S TATA 1111EMEDIES
Cure A , Knrsii.
Dr. GAZIVIV9 'TAR 01^.11FEDIES,
Dr. GA n1T.1•3 4%m 72rzympiEs
Cur !F.:an Dl , Arnvex.,
Dr. GAZIVIM3 TAU 7.E.NEDDE9
Ilegvir.to the Liver.
Dr. GAnxiors TA7I IV.EITED/Eg
Dr. C A:: VIVS TA!: LIEXEDLIZS
Cum i 1 Irerna!e Wea3messes.
Dr. GABIY'reS I'.I2.:IEZENED/13
r ur Vy tSe 510.041.
Dr. C I" '7:3 TeIr..I I IEDEES
arc 131,4err4rs of the Ttroal.
Dr. G 1.:11'171"!?; 3.31.17:12.11}2Egi
Curt- tirt..: - ..•:::;t1.4.
Dr. GILI:Tri - ti. TAD DETLEDYES
Cure "Dose ColtVor-25,ay Dyer"
Dr. GARVIN'S 'TAXI lELENEDIEII
Cure Let!„ Disv.asen.
Dr. GADVICY'S TAU. LtIMMEDIES
Dr. 6,IIIIVVIPS d ILS ICENVEDIES
Cur,' Sah E?.henni.
Dr. GAZ:VILN'S DEYVE.DIES
Dr. G.96lVeri'S 7 . 3.12 H EMIEDIIES
Prevent Cholera S `fellow Fever
Dr. G.unitres TAD. 31:CMED/ES
I'mreut Malarious Fevers.
Dr. GARVIN'S TAR E.F.7IEDIES
1tr,..N0 Plain In the Ereast.
Dr. GAirl' I'AILMiEDIE- 4 ,3
Romovo Pain the Sida or Back.
Dr. GALVVEI`3 TAU. DILZIEDIES
Area Superior Tonle.
Dr. GAILIVIN'S TAR RE MEDIES
ReAture the Appetite.
Dr. GARVIN'S TAIL REMEDIES
Causo the Food to bigest.
Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES
Reetore the Weals. and. Debilitated
Dr. GAR VIN'S TAU RE FIEDIES
Givo Tone to Your Sy!stem.
IL. F. HYDE Sr. CO.,
196 Seventh. Ave., New York-
Iron in the Blood
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MAKES THE WEAK STRONG,
The Peruvian Syrup, a Protect
ed Solution of the Protoxide of
Iron, is to combined as to have
the character of an aliment, as
easily digested and assimilated
with the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of Nature's Own Vitalizing
Agent, Iron in the blood, and
cures "a thousand ills," simply
by Toning up,lnvigorating and
Vitalizing the System. The en
riched and vitalized blood per
nieatcs every part of the body,
repairing damages and waste,
searching out morbid secre
tions, and leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret Of the won
derful success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
rhoea, Boils, Nervous Affections,
Chills and Fevers, Humeri,
Loss of Constitutional Vigor,
DiseaqPs of the Kidneys and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all diseases originating in
a bad state of the blood, or ac
companied by debility or a low
state of the system. Being free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects are not fol
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infit
sing strength, vigor, and rely
life into aU parts of the system.
and building up an Iron Con
Thousands have been changed
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, and
happy men and women and
invalids cannot reasonably hes..
Vale to give it a trial.
See that each bottle has PERU.
VIAN SYRUP blown in the glaes.
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
No. 1 2111tou Place, podium.
BOLD DT DAVOGIBTX GLPIERALLIL
'o , <3
Only 50 Cents per Bottle.
it peewee*. the GUOWTU, tqle-se.etVES
the C0,L0C.,, and Increaws the Visor
end EE/AXITIC of the U.UU.
Corn Tumor Toss goo Loctst rtlVAisomi rook
sue Ern use lest plated in the market Isy Profanes
E. Thom. Lyon. et erne nate of Princeton Collect,
The Lome is Cerieral boot ea Gunk. " li.ormso,"
aryl to ammo, r, ',festoon. e, restart , no
lemur' haereecit na ospoLuitylthasobtreted,
fre sommeeental and ireetdibto.incm.se ea
Gissertrand /Marts of ti•ollar... It isa dolfghtful
azotfirkr. It etaduutts 3.ranlroa. It prevents the.
Ark from Mafia ray. It k.epo
ec Lod cool, cad
sin:allot heir n rinh,soft, "last senescent& /tic es
wax lu tautens" and Wrist no ic 1,31. over f.
TiII of s elsres" Apo. sell teed3Ly ell IltuoMstieuJl
ILlXuary auara at war )107 Ceuta par !Metals.
4 Volans Glory is Relit.
PRINTED ♦T THIS OFFICE
Drugs and Medicines
made chiefly from the native herbs found
on the lower ranges of the Sierra Nevada
mountains of California, the medicinal pro
perties of which are extracted therefrom
without the use of Alcohol. The question
is almost daily asked, " What is the cause
of the unparalleled success of Vpmanu BlT
mule " Our answer is, that they remove
the cause of disease, and the patient recov-,
era his health. They are the great blood
purifier and a life-giving principle, a perfect
Renovator and Invigorator of the system.
Never before in the history of the world has
a medicine been compounded possessing
the remarkable dualities of VLST.Ciss. Brrrscs
in healing the sick of every disease man is
heir to. They are a gentle Purgative as
well as a Tonic, relieving Congestion or In
flammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs,
in Bilious Diseases.
If men will enjoy good health, let
them use Vviziaxa Burma as a medicine,
and avoid the use of alcoholic stimulants
in every form.
No Person can take these Bitters
Recording to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stxoyea by mineral poison or other means,
and vital organs wasted beyond repair.
Grateful Thousands proclaim VCCEGAR
Brutus the most wonderful Invigorant that
ever sustained the sinking system.
lii!ions, Remittent, and Intermit
tent Fevers, which are so prevalent in the
valleys of our great rivers throughout the
United States, especially those of the Mis
Mlesouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Bra
zos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama,
Savannall,Roanoke,James,and many others,
with their vast tribhtaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and Au
tumn, and remarkably so during seasons of
unusual heat and dryness, aro invariably
accompanied by extensive derangements of
the stomach and liver, and other abdominal
viscera. In their treatment, a purgative,
exerting a powerful influence upon these
various organs, is essentially necessary.
There is no cathartic for the purpose equal
to Da. J. 'WALKER'S VISECIAR BITTERS, as
they , will speedily remove the dark-colored
viscid matter with which the bowels are
loaded, at the same time stimulating the
secretions of the liver, and generally restor
ing the healthy functions of the digestive
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache,
Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness
of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of
the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bil
ious Altacks,Palpitation of the Heartini
mation of the Lengs, Pain in the region of
the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
One bottle will prove a better guarantee of
its merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofu la, or Lfii t White Swel-
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck,
Si,r,arlaonn T,AITIIIIIntiOIaN, Indolent
Intlazinnations, Mercurial Affections, Old
Sor,ts, Eruption.; of the Skin, Sore Eyes,
etc., etc. In these, as in all other constitu
tional Diseases, WALE:Eris VINECLUI lirrrEns
have shown their great curative powers in
Lae lung obstinate and intractable cases.
For lailaininatory anti Chronic
Iliteanottisni, Gust, Damns, Remittent
and luterinittent Fevers, Diseases of the
Blood, Liver, Kidneys, cud Bladder, those
B.tters have uo equal. Such Diseases are
caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. —Person en
ga*sl in Paints awl Minerals, such as
Pampers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, and
Milers, as they advance in life, are subject
to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
a,s , siust this, take a dose of Ws*.ra's
Lu.tn Brasn.3 oc^a.tionally.
For Skin Insen.ses, Eruptions, Totter,
Salt Bloom, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pus
tales, Boils, Carbuncles, Ringworms, Scald
Head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scarfs,
Discolor:ideas of the Siin, Humors and
Discus. -2s of the Skin of whatever name or
nature, are literally dug up and carried out
of the system in a short, time by the use of
Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lurk
ing in the s stem of so many thousands, are
effectually destroyed and removed. No sys
tem of medicine, no vermifuges, no anthel
minities, will free the system from worms
like these Batters.
For Female Complaints, in young or
old, married or single, at tho dawn of wom
anhood or the tarn of life, these Tonic Bit
tom display so decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible.
aumlice.—ln all eases of jaundice, rest
assured that your liver is not doing its work.
The only sensible treatment is to promote
the seeretiou of the bile and favor its re
move/. For this purpose use VISMISB
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever pie find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Bores;
.w it when you tlnd it obstructed and
sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it is
foul; yoar feelings will toll you when. Keep
tee blood pure, and the health of the system
U. H. IOcDONAILD & CO.,
ormcgta, tieucral Av..% S. tr.cis., Collforn
and cur. Wadtawitou sad C 11.1.0 Sta., Now Vat.
Sold bT wtl Druggioto and Dealers,
Sept. 100,1879 —ly. l' -
TAL XI. X3M Xs Is SO LT El.
OPTOSMt TIIII COUILT UOVIII
JOBS S. TAItUELL. Proprietor.
Nine Stages Leave thlo Boom daily. conaectiog
the Mon.l.,ee Railway. the Lehigh Valley isailmad, and
thas ,L.itW. Ra
MON I HONE ICA I LWAY.--Arrangonlent of Train*,
To tnko esect on Ma uay, Juue dod, lee.
Doo n Tro.os. hp Troluo.
I'. IL L. U. A. X. r. Y.
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"'"u;.ont. 111. Z. 5-10
1 20 010 141410 ck 1(110 520
140 520_, ....... Tyler's 950 5 - .1.,
150 - 541.. ..... ... epriors Ills 010 5.0
2 01.) 040 Lysn., ..... .„.. 9-01 .
2 13 550 Avery's 11 d * 4.
.2 23 400 ...... . .. Etnuni. SUS -4,
203 0rm..... ..... ....1.,awa.... ...... SW 48.
043 n 9:I Marcra o'3 4'-,
313 •43 . Tunthannock NM t• i
Allitainn connect at Tunkhannock with ra. & N. Y.
E. N. lloitlX llo rt4 ana.nootti... Jab. I. BLIANtiI..EtC, .
County 'Business Directory.
'rvic , 111,es in this !Arent ury . one Trar, $1.50: umb ad
ditl..t Urn, CO cents,
O. s. BENITE—Coar.Ir Sor‘wyor, or Eirtrilochano• Coon
tr. °dire In the COutl liourn, Montrose, Pa.-00-tr.
JAMES R. CARMALT, Attorney at Last. °nice once
door heloraTarttell Rouse. Public AOOOOO. •
irM. 11. COOPER d 4 CO.. Banker*, Ptil Foreign Pas.
Tick.. to and Dwane on England, Ireland and Scot
OILLINCIS STROUD. Goners. Flea and Life rarer
note. Monte; alro.oell flatiron° and AceldentTitkt
to New York And Philadelphia. afire one dour east
S'lM IlArliliVrOrT, Sister, Whnlerale and ItetaL
dealer in all ilndent eletetroodnz, Dlantruae. Pit,
RP2I9 .t NICIIOLS. the plate toszet Drop and Meal
e,n e , l'ohacco, Piper. Pocket-Booka, Sparta
dr* Yankee Nut lone. tic. Brick Block.
WM. L. COX, Harness insicer ono dealerin all article.
wtnally kept hr the trade. opposite the Bank. •
ROT It e t CORWIN. Dealers In Stoves, Ilardware,
had Ntlootacturere of Tin nod Sbeetlroti ware, Corner
of Main and Tartiolke street.
A. N. BULLARD. Dealer in Uroteries, Panatelas*,
80. ph 0. Stationery and Yankee Nato., at head
Public Aran.. •
L. L. LeROY. Denier In MI kiwi. of firming Imple—
ment, mon'init machine, ',ill troth, dog powers.
1.01, ...le.. it 1111 $1....p001.1.0 Sank. lOW.
CAYI . O4 PI. ‘AT v.it —NICHOLAS *IIOEMAKER,deri,
cr 1110.10.1110, PiZrier. Fr, b gmund.
SAVING,. HANK. NEW MILPOED.—FIS per crnt. im
1000. on 31 1 DtposltS noes a gencril 1141.1:Ing Bur
' S. R. CHASE CO:
W. 1. MOSS & . Deniers in Dry Goode.lists.Ceper
Boots and Shoe, and tie,ral Merehandlie_ no MM.
erre.. second door beton. the Liplt,rovaleh,..-1. •
F. KI BEAL C 11.1,14, Mier and Undertaker,
Slain mete. tom Mawr. nelow Hawley's Store.
MeCOLLUM BROTHERS. ' , eaters to Groceries an.
Provisions. on Main Mreet.•
ii, (1‘1(111 , ..r do SoN. Dealer. in Floor, Feed. Meal.
suit. /.Mr. lirorerlce. And Provisions. on
Maln street. ootromte the Depot.
}KISS l KNI P. liontrli Leather itatinfactater,
AL.I,ILT Noy, .1 it , Wrt D. Keit,
4INEI' d HAYDEN. Des lefs in firer , and Medicines
31111 \lllllar.llll,l, 01 Cigars, on Main Street, neat
1. Dlt. KERMAN. Jo.. Dealer in general raerchandleer
and Clothing, Retch Store. ou Main Street.
M TENGLEY—DeaIer to SLOVCO, Tin. Copper. Dna
and Sta,tlroll IVare, Car.411.r.. St. Air°, toatiutactur
er et Sr. , 1i,1111,. ord. rooo,!ii and Lead Pipe
wioo4oi to at WI/ prict,--Usbauu
EUu'.l 11l .t ISIIY IST, M Inetteturera of Wagotii
and Stelt:tot, oe-,r the slot,
. GREAT BEND.
L. S. t.ENrinry. Manottrtnrrr M Lnnthnr, and dealer
lu L t en,nl Mttrrl.nridt.....ttn Maln Str• rc
11. 1' It .1t M,rt.not Tall, and drat, In Read/
Made Cinching, bry Gatode,LittocerinnandProVi.lons
Hardware an Machinery.
I' r... '4 , . a- w, 4:),-.3:1
HORSE HAY FORKS!
A. 1. NIELLIS , PATI.V; unwnovEn.
An Implytoent ry P l'orpenter, V 1.021
REV:II,7I2;G HORSE Fl FIB,
13, 0 d ~,t1 erftdieo
c, rod lit:. 1
MC'IITCR coylr.r. .ors,
1 tint Ai. Ore. an .1 I. ARM Wlll , ll Et whrn the 4v
gsaal. Er."J. 1.5- 1., 1 . 1.1 UNE am]. )en Mil
¢,July ISI .41% BOYD.I COI2WIN
I LUNT 151tOTIIERS,
W41.11,01r .t x. ,nit DmDerr Is
HARI)WAItLI, IHON, i EEL,
AILS, ~i'lliES, SHOVELS,
— 111.1)Eli': , HAI:1)W ABE,
VINE RAIL. I/ UN 7 I , ..iesEAK ft 7' RAIL SPI.K.S.N
1:111.no.ii , .11(A ISO .51.7•PL1E.5.
L'.41:127.4(71 , SPRING. , AXLE:, dfit./.l'S 4.1(1)
130.17E , q. WILTS. a ff d 17,4,5iftz:8.
PLA 11 , :71 ti A.V s. MAL LA' AI, :1.15
ARL.7,(777.5..5E..1T •IPLVD,I...E.s. 110178. de.
ANVILS. Vitt!, STI1•10- ~d DIES. lISLLOWS
IT A NIMEI2S. SLEDGES PITA.", e..tc.
, IROI I I..SS AND SOLI 4A WS, ReLTING. PACKING
TAVNI.R BLOCKS. PI.AsTFN PARIS
f• R F:NT. HAI'? Jf. , :FNIr.‘TONF.S.
wRENCII WINDOW 01,8 SS. f.FIATIIEI:4 FINDINGS
VA I RD ts: WS SCALES. '
4 1-ranton. Stsotti.O. IVA
12 0 Vi7vonung Avenue,
RECEIVES MONEY ON DEPOSIT
FROM uoMPANIEs AND INDIVID
UALS, AND RE URNS THE SAME'
ON DEMAND WIIROUT PREVI
OUS NOTICE, ALLOw ING INTER
EST AT SIX PEA CENT. PER AN
NUM, PAYABLE HALF YEARLY,
ON THE FIRST DAYS OF JANU
ARY AND JULY. • ASAFE AND RE
LIABLE PLACE OF DEPOsIT FOR
LABORING • MEN, MINERS, NE
CHANA,'S, AND MACHINISTS, AND
FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN AS.
• wELL. .NIONEY DEPOSITED ON
OR BEFORE THE TENTH WILL
DRAW IN ERH EST FROM THE
FIRST DAY OF THE MONTH. THIS
IS IN ALL RESPECTS A HOME IN
STITUTION, AND ONE 'WHICH IS
NOW RECEIVING THE SAVED
EARNINGS OF THOUSANDS UPON
THOUSANDS OF SCRANTON MIN
ERS AND MECHANICS.
. DIRECTORS ; JAMES IMAM.
SAN FOED GRANT, GEORGE FISH
JAS. S. SLOCU, 3. H. SUTPHIN,
C. P. MNITHEWS, DANIEL HOW
ELL, A. E. AUNT, T. F. HUNT:
. JAMES BLAIR. PRESIDENT ;- 0. C.
I OPEN DAILY FROM NINE A. M.
1 NI'IL FOUR P .
- • l C is il l iD O A " 1. : .U. -
ININGS UNTIL EIGIIT