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FARM AND EUUSEEDI.D.
Stivitio :quinine uttd Linton
Altnost any one has it in Ida power toYes. sir. I know lots or men who will
•.e-, op the fertility of lets soil, if he • start up in bed and shiver and shake,,
ies not Inc out too much wink, and un- I mid enrse :ind swear if a tom-cat, prowl
rtake to do more than his aim or mon- tug Idiom the garden fence, but opens his
w i l l penal , l iini t o d o well. it is be- :I n es an d utters our single yell. On the
Ilse a man is poor mat Ills farm runs , c ntrury. the midnight cat never disturbs
wn, and there is no surer way to get me. In fact, I like to lay and listen to
i 'r itud keep pear than to occupy more the music of a dozen eats holding mss
01 than con can work well.—When Alle convention on the garden fence.
aso much lacid that he cannot work it , As the tirat cat breaks nut I heave a
11, and has r i ot money enough to em- , sigh and wonder if the world wouldn't be
cc others to work it for him, hundreds las well off without eats. but I don't get
things which could be dot eto u profit • mad. Some men tear aronnd and declare
e not done; rind thus one-holf often of ! that they II never sleep again until they
:at the land might yield dues riot write I kill every cat ,Rhin a circle of four
au it, Theh he has but half manure I hundred and fifty miles; and hothing
, ugh to raise crops fn m siii ni mill ground ' ii ill south them.
i periy, and so hut half a crop result.. After the third yell, I wonder if it
,as he loses tit both ends, and gets poor- wonldn't be just as well if Borne bad boy
and poorer each year. I should buy an ounce of arsenic, a pound
Nailing helps a hunter so mach as la lof meat. and distribute the two Wound
re a toll ri het from benig -driven - ' , at in ton-k Nat 41, , , but I don't go further.
is season of the year. if the ditches S , me men pitlip out of bed and yell:
all chained out, the surface writer I - II her. in [anode'. is that boot-jack—
den injures eters so much in spring • wlii ri•.s a idol) r And tin r rush to the
il Fare n bell, r chance li , diem a e ay. i door mid sling clubs a nd y e )! -sc a t r an d
atso it Ili it help his r. ads. Th, war, r wake et ere hailv on the block.
sieng att. the frost will out peee'rate I Alter the fifth yell. I wonder if I had
deep. and thus there will not he so not better raise the whitlow and ask the
ash cutting up in the spring. But 1),G1 canto adjourn around the block, on ac
tin the ditch el, airings are about the count of my wife's nervousness, but I
at top diassitig for glass bred nod or-' don't get mad. Some r..-en allow their
and !tee: ilia , one can possibly have. ! hair to come right rip, fall over chairs,
Then there is always about al 110111 , 115t 4 i stub I heir toes against the stove and ex
roll I.! of waste ',getable matter in odd , claim! -Helen Blazes, but trona I sick
reers where the plow cannot get at.' en those Gimes"
at it would pay well to get together I By and by the cats cease howling,: and
il cot in the stock yard to rot op and 'my eve-lids begin to ache. I Jun rapidly
,i.e manure, ehich dries up and g• is ! losin4 consciousness when the old Mal
ea-t^ when one has no time to id mad j tese rte. sO, a question of order, and the
it ..t this season. Where there is atiy i rroposit ion commences yelling him down.
•odla• ,1, leaves to pi:dm:am be around i li- yells back, and I get tip to see u - hat
•is e e hich emit,' serve the double par- 1 time it is. and then wonder if it wouldn't
ice of earn, litter for stock and sulise- I be as well for me to go out there and ex
leut Mal, are as a,ll. All this the man plain matters. and entreat the convention
10, I •ts his iiiiik drite him instead of 1 to g ,, down ',he fence to the grape arbor.
el m g it along ha= to loose: rind no one Mind I don't run around for the shot gun
n ealenlate the great loss e,ery year •at d eake up my it ifs andiiask her for
im all these things add, d together. ! ponder and old nods and broken glass,
We ila not know that we could suggest I and lurk my shin on the stove hegrth
bcttel subject for a fit,mters . winter study ! and call out : "I'll kill a million cafe to
an how to a‘irol being "Lime." with ' pan' far thus':'
ark or - pinched - fur money. Wheneiii-r I Maltese yields the floor, and the con
ic, ge's to thts cm:ditto:l there is aSsur- . vention goes tilt, id in an orderly manner.
Iv some "Viing ii rung which needs! I imagine that the business which called
II iMe : and a limb must be righted be- I the erintd together lots been disposed of,
re 11111.. , money rail he made. I aiid creep back to tied. My wile wakes
The Lily man n,-t , 1 makes money : but ;up mid earns to know what I grit up for,
M ho "turf. I 111:% Or Mll4l .
had 11 If hut Ir,,rse, for very or tetr:
L' , ter It than On- lazy reltow,
th It, . sad relketuul ineludvd 'that his
ur I, ell 111 tu.u.
A c-rrAspondent of the Germantown
barn/di stt,s : We are midi tic in near-
ever, paper about corn fodd, r. The
!in is not always usod for the same kind
stock -1,,d. List it means some-tin - 1 ,
wed or thickly dri:led corn cut and
red as 114 y ; or the corn cut up and cur.
and Co. corn taken off as :eat as dry
Nugi, to keep and the whole put nt the
1.1 lor winter nee. South it means the
rn lt nrvs Ftripp d from the stalks be
n e tr. bound in bdndles and stack• •
I m the field Li, mid a [role; th e :
tilwee the ear rut oil nt d shocked
1/2::'1 .1 11l of r.eru, both left to the
want, d ter feed. West tt i
• aids rtiting the corn at the ground.
- teen bids square, making shocks that
o Heil make a good two horse load.
edj-et in son , hern Illinois is to pre
re ! r !and for wheat and have the
.ks dat 'if the tray. The lodder is fed
it in ssittiter when the ground is dry or
orten. the corn bsting first shocked out.
. 1 ,1,1: e a n d northern Illinois, and in all
tile leedittz western States, it is fed
rn and to fat cattle. This mode.
tern farmers would call wasteful, vet
ry little is loeL Fat cattle take the
at, stutk cattle nukt, and stock hogs
Eastern farmers fend their stalks in
e hart:, the cattle eating nearly- all the
ti ri. West. two fvedioge will leave the
a:,ger :all of et.tlks as large as hoop
f.s, th it make better store wood than
.t , l,•ft d.
her liiSh to be understood tha
•I,crn c...rn fodder is an min/mint arti
of fund, but it is not of so much
her.• as in the eastern and rnid-
e Staf,s, if fed mull the corn off, it is
,co ai much nork to shuck the c rit us
is to do the same standing. Then, too,
e standing stalks and stiaw slack are
enumit to feed all the cattle and
)ISeE r.n 11. e farm in diy wmither. As
the lien, tit of cornstalks as manure ere
4et!Hg the adrat.tare of that in an
r way than handing In-o 'or three
meg. It iP by the use of tolling stalk-
Wens. sPcoritig the stalks nitie inches to
in length as fast us a tehtn wit)
:ilk tine Lull t rites at a t:flie. This
in I,e,ps the land light daring
e seasiin t vJ t ie stalks are not to the
My 4 , Lject in this article 's that eastern
d ttr, , rn tm•n mar n njler,t and what
ra fodder in each loc.] ty is. and not de
te ih•nnestion in which both are right
the object the same, to he of benefit
fa.nter, generally, But in many ca-es
stern fartn>rs can nut fallow the •Frot vice
eastern ariters, and it is the best that
•.se n•ho hay not s.•en things both east
,1 west elioniti know which ail, ice to
What it, llhoroughbred
What we roll the thorough bred hone
eyeated an I:lig:and by the importa
-, I mari-s mrd stalhotis from Arabia
i.srhary. and by the judicious min-.
of the foreign with the native
•id l'hrongh contests no the turf
lii right lii.d of erossi..g. the horse
gradually improrid, or elevated to a
otandard of excellence; and these
.proxecl horses were then recogniz-d as
,• progenitors of an aristocratic race.
tuine heraldry has been made a science,
•1 the birth and pedigree of each horse
bigh breading has been preserved i,.
"Stud Book." L'stag,e has demeed
a' nu animal which can show an
,nimited pedigree of Else; gebiltitioos ,
Ali be easseCalo:-Aliorouithhred ; that 1
J. drop of Crolik*ticiarse blood most
..'ar to the t•+; 00" theoriginiif nhich
oot be found behind five socces,ivepe- ,
~! sr•f reproduction, "Five removes 4.131
11:1/10li parentage refine the blouil cud
.I.ee it aristocratic.— Turf, Field and;
"earning man" in Agriculture wilt t
, wprored tnolg. Steel pots, and steel
•uw teeth mill Eopersede the time.linu.
inn ones. Stune mas ask why tidal
LS tbol wt.tt batter, i When is 0 gun.hartel • chicken
Apawer. -14 hen it i$ LI little foWL •
\ The Modelol Cut.
and I told her that I was after the pep
permmt for nit nenrulgia. Some men
would lac and jaw and fume fur an hour
and finally get up a light with their Living
I just close my eves to sleep when old
Maltese offers an amendment to some mo
tion. and the .tpposttoot go for him again.
lle hack, sluts at them in tern and
they fall upon him. 11, bAcks under my
nidow and stands at bay. I creep out
of bed and seize a club, but drop It again
us I romornb...r that I am not mad. It
woidd. perhaps, be well to step to the
door. and throw the hit, ler, and the wood.
box, and the cupboard. and the ax, and
the woodpile, and the whole summer
kitchen, at the c its, but I refrain, and
merely tap on the window. and urge old
Matte:e to cover himself wth glory. Some
trEm would grab no the table or sofa, or
the first thing bandy and ejaculate : a
rimier it I didn't murder somebody or
Years of observation have cam - it - iced
me that the g,tmeral atiririthy to cats is
euttrely utdumaletl.—.ll. Quad.
The chiimpan office-ho'der of Florida
is rhos r,rerred to by II Gainsville Era :
-When t [lon. L. G. Dennis left us fir
his,Niirtherii Ira. :0 be absent sereral
list in him our senator, coun
ty commissioner, board of hist! netion,
deputy marshal. deputy sheriff, deputy
e nun eletk. triat‘tirer of school funds,
enstialan of enmity to asn Ter's hoidr s .s en .
ior eiiniTalmal and acting mayor. Near
ly idl public business was suspended un
til his return."
A German peddler sold a man a liq
uid IJr exterminating bugs. "And how
du %nu ug"• it ?" inquired the man after
he had bon , lit it. "Ketch to hnz nn
drop t. it little drop into his mom 11" at.-
swered the peddler. "I'-Inane'" exclaim
ed the pmeletser, "I could kill it i half
the tine• by stamping On IL" "Veil." ex.
olait.ed the German, "that is a good ray
An akent minded man entered a Troy
shoe store the other day and wanted his
boy measured for a pair of shoes. '•But
where's the hm ? ' asked the dealer.
- Thunder!" vaidAlw man, "I've left the
bov at home! I'll go and get him;" and
oil he started fur the house, six blocks
A yonng lady of Lyons, lowa, tecently
said: "Some men are always talking
about pat ronizhig their own town 7 -alwa) s
harpilig on that dui! y—and yet they go
abroad to get married while here we all
stand wailing! I do hope that some of
these men who marry EasterE semen will
A gentleman who rather suspected
some • tie war peeping through the key
hole of hi-. office ,ioor, investigated with
syi Inge fell of pep;iersauce, and went
home to find his Wife had been cutting
wood and a chip had Lit her in the eye!
"Wasn't that a waste of powder ?" said
an Iranian to a Kentuckian who had
just brought a coon to the ground with
his rule flout a large tree. -Why so, Pat ?"
asked the hunter. "Sure the fall would
a kilt. hint."
"Sir." said Cie astonished landlady ton
truyeirr .hu had seat his cup fur.itril fur
the ceVei‘lb tune. "%on mutt be fund of
e. tree - Yee, m a dam, I urn." he replied,
"ur I should never have drank su much
aster to get a little."
W ho dares spit tobacco ju ice on this car
floor? asked a burly ;iasseuger on a Mo
b:le t7ain. •-i dare," auswtrod a slender
couch. Jid tt. "You're just the chap
Fin looking for ; give me a chow."
Reading, in the morning paper that
Tintiberg bad been embalmed by his wid
ow, Mugguis retnal lied that he knew sev
eral married men whir were kept alive in
pickle hyrtheir wives. .
A matt wbo bud beet* to t* crowded ball
said he wits load at rings on the angers,
but lie didn't lair lkehes on biz toes.
NEW STOCK OF
RD WIRER DRESS GOODS
Flannels, Blankets, etc
NEW FALL STOCK
OF MILLINERY GOODS
Ladies , and Misses' Trimmed Hats,
NEW FALL & WINTER STOCK
REM MUM EilTlfilit
DOTS', YOITTIIS', AND MEN!
le .4 , I_ ir PI
FOR CUSTOM WORE
NEW STOCK OF
fiats tt Gaps.
FALL STOCK OF LADIES', MISSES',
Hoye' and Men's
MERINO WRAPPERS & DRAWERS.
NEW FALL STOCK.
Laii.cileiso' eliam.cl 413-eats
+sitAVILtIA :II .lif
AND OIL CLOTHS
All the above open mg In lane ndety at the Igor. d
Guttenberg, Rosenbaum 81. Co.,
st. DESSAUSEt, Meaning I•zrtner.
Mon trove. Sept. 24. 1.,
Real Estate for Sale.
2 The übseriber off , :rs for sale the
fullowiug Real Estate, to wit:
known. AA "Robert Moore Farm, — •Ituato In Blidgewa
ter lowurhip, Suequehannat Co., Pa.. about to • min e
raid of Muntruse Borcia„,th, containing 140 acre, of en
cellent grams and grain land. Ovoid 21 acres of timber.
a good form ho n. and otabotialoga. • Sue or, lord lot
choice frail. well watered. and adapted for dew, ii,
pa path.. Stock. deli, ftxturee. and farming torn....
will ho void with the Farm if desired, union. pro.luue
ly dispoeed of.
ALSO, A HOUSE AND LOT
%doer In the Borough of New Milford. Snagnehaniot
Courtly. Pa., pleasantly located on the Main eta,. neat
the centre of the town. Lot hi 1 feel front, a good lou
vonient two-story dwelling, a goal cited garden elicit,
and a ccomulent well of good water.
ALSO A FARM OF FIFTY ACRES
one fourth of a mile from the borough of Sea Milford.
ES acre, improved. and the balance w ed timnered prole,
patty with the. tout and hemlock. A good atta.4o feet
hero, and a thrifty yonug orchard.
known as the CEIAI4I2IICRLIN HOTEL. In Gibson Thal
low. Sneynehanna Co.. Pa.. c untaininr9o Littrl at land.
mostly improved. with lintel. Wagon Barns and out
building.. Convenient either a. a hotel or tor (orating
and dairy purposes.
ALSO A DD3TILLETIY
for the manufacture of Cide- Brandy. in good running
order. lately occupied by B. C. Vail, dereseed, and about
al perches of laud adjseent to the aforectld Hotel prop
made racy to salt the purchaser. upon :nod security.—
For prrticulars Inquire of E. D. Manley, DZMOCUAT
ice. Montrose. Pa.. or of the subscriber on the Ron.,
lloore Farm. Dridgosster, Pa.
April 30. 1n a.-tr.
V A LUABLE FARM
The subscriber offers for sale the valuable farm known
Feld farm It one of the meet desirable In the County
and I. braatitolli situated in the village of hammer
I tile, Smwocininna t aunty. Pa. There Is a good Store.
'louring SUM Mill. Plaster Still. and Blacksmith
Shop It said Village. The term Is dire-oily on the line
..1 the D. L S W Railroad. IN miles !rum the depot la
Now MI l'ot d,4 and miles Irmo the New York 12 E et. a at
the Great Bend mation cantatas III) scree of land, 180
urn. Improved; Is well watered. having a lasting •treent
of water running through it, and a net er falling supply
of water cooseyo d In pipes he house. barn. sun cat
tle yards; It In well leaved , and under good udtivattoo,
is well adapted to growing grain, sad is well fitted for
stock of dairying. Thera in a large and convenient
dwelling, newly pal nted.and a beautiful front ysrd with
attruntsery, a large horse barn, a large carriage and tool
barn, a Large cattle barn with two cattle verde, ample
Ned. and stables fur feeding r stabling cows. 3
email bay barna, len Noose. ea.* gawk. buns., corn
bonne. and '2 or-herds of grafted fruit.
The subscriber also has 3 bIiALLER FARMS that
e w 11l tell. TEttatn of payment made easy. 'or in
R. L. SUTPHIN,
New Milford, Susquehanna County, Pa
A CHANCE FORA BARGAIN.
A good bare nearly new. good water handy. and lot
containing one and une.fourth acres of land, twenty bre
dor morr Butt trews. beginning to near. handy to school.
and Beaches Plalning Mid. Also. • Woollen Port - ay.
Waggon nhop, and Grist Mill Situated about half a
mile from the new depot. mad litver one mile from
Please lenpalre of E. L. E. Blakeslee. out.
Proprietor. it C. BUILGE6S.
Dec. 11th, 111711.-41
FOR SALE—The farm late of Nathan Al
drich, de'd, situated about half a mile west
of Montrose Depot, in Brooklyn ownship, con
taining about 111 acres of land mostly Improv
od. Inquire of th• inderalgned, executor of
said estate, at New Milford, Pa.
New .Milfonl, Jan. 23.
T 2,0 R SALE OR EXCLIANOR.—,f, FIFMT CLARA
r dweliOl2 Loose and barn. together alto 7 sorra of
Loud. %rob pleat, of trot& teem ; situated X mOe from
Blrchardrille. Saegarhamm Co., Pa. WO/ to, sold cheap
or excaccomdfor plioe fa some fors. L.B. hILVAR.A.
TOrchardvllle, Dec. 17.1878.-Bm.
Iron im. the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG.
The Peruvian Syrup, a Protect
ed Solution of the Protoxide of
/ron, is to combined as to have
the character of an ailment, 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
bt Toning up,/nvigorating and
Vitalizing the System. The en
riched and vitalized blood per
meates 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 Dim,
Chills and Fevers, - Humors,
Loss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases 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 tom
state of the system. being free
from Alcohol. in any form, Us
energizing effects are net fol
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, and neill
life into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Con
Thousands have been clean g eel
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong. healthy, and
happy men and women ; awl
invalids cannot ma-so:la:Ay kos
ilate to give it tz trial.
See that each bottle hcs PERU
VIAN SYRUP blown in the Mass.
I'am plilota I'raw
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proorieiors,
. 31ilton Place, Iloaton.
SOLO 131 DIICCOIsTR 01,,RALLT.
Sept. 1010, 1811 I Y.
pAINTS AND OILS
B. R: LY ONS & Co.'s
Montrose, May 11, 1873.
—Less than N. Y. Prices—
lay 14, 'TS. !or Sala br B. R. LTONIS & Co
SUGAR, TEA, corrEE,
At Law Floiras at
WALL IND WINDOW PAPERS
AND NEW PATTERV~ RECEIVED
EVERY WEEK DIRE(' El:WI
On :yak by
11.1?. LIONS et CO
co vI"S, ('T.ATU 0. N. T.,
JOIIN CLARK'S SPOOL TIIIIEAD
E. BLACK, LC:
ORED— FROM No. s 130, Al
75 CENTS PER DOZEN.
For kale by
R. LYONS d CO
llontrose. 21ny 14. 1572.
Mix:Ler cfb Cc:to:As
Jana 23, 1571 —lf.
NSW 3E' I 1:1- 31611.
HOBERT & MAIN,
having entered Into co-partnership. or^ now prepared
tu du all kin. a of work In the I:ne of
Rom Env BlacksmithifiEl
FROM A WHEE LBAiRtW TO A COACH
REPAIIUNG.I3I ANT PLAT OF TUE BUSINESS
will mein prom ,t etention
HOBERT & lIAIN.
Leoesboro. Pa.. Oct. Ir.. 1873.-tr,
Wholntl* & Retell Dealers I n
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
• NAILS, SPIKE I, SHOVELS,
TTI LI )ER'S HARDWARE,
MINE RAIL,COU.V ARARIVE .± I RAIL SPIKAR
RAILROAD A 111.1c1NO B - PPLIER.
BARRIA GB SPRIRRA, ASLAR, BKRIAB AND
BOXES, ROLLS, NUTS and (VARDAR.%
PLATED BANDS. NALLMARLX
PRUDES. BRAT SPLVDLX.R. BOWS. de.
ANVILS STOCKS apt DIES, BELLOW*!
tIANNEEs. SLEDGES. PILES, de. de.
CIRCULAR AND SIMI. SAWS, BPLTING, PACKING
TACKLE BLOCKS, PLASTER PARIS
CEMENT. NAIR R oßrNnerons,
MEM" WLNDOST GLASR.LICATIER I FINDINGS
Drugs and Medicines.
Dr. J. Walker's California Vinegar
Bitters are a purely Vegetable preparation,
made chiefly from the native herb, found
on the lower ranges of the Sierra Nevada
mountains of California, the medicinal pro
pertiea of which are extracted therefrom
without the use of Alcohol. The question
is almost daily asked, "What is the cense
of the unparalleled success of VINEGAR. Brr
runs? " Our answer is, that they remove
the cause of disease, and the patient recov
ers hie 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 qualities of Vprrosit Biwa=
in healing the tuck of every disease man is
heir to. They are a gentle Purgative as
well as n Tonic, relieving Congestion or In
flammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs,
in Bilious Diseases.
If mon will
_enjoy good health, let
them use Vracieu BrrrEne as a medicine,
and avoid the use of alcoholic stimulants
in every form.
H All Ro
Only 50 Cents par Bottle.
It I,rnrootee the cnowzrz,
1.11,, COLOR, and increases tho Vluue
cud nr...tvry or the n. 1111..
Orrn Tntrarr Tears rot" Lron's Ktr-rt.ntres ran
Tux lion 61111iIrst patrol in the mar Let le, Professor
K. MOM. Lyon, a ttniduatc of Plancettsa Ltd:et,.
The name is derived front tLo Greek, tt
rliiY/11, to dame, portlyr, fejitecnale. Of Tvs!orr.
fat oat has resseireLand tho two 1a.r.t...t boa obtained,
is unaronaleated nod incredible. it iner,teets limo
Cittosrra - and lirarrrr of tho HAUL It la a delta:glut
dressing. It mutant. ihortraff. It yeetents tbn
Bsu boos lannn7gray. It lo.ept no Lima cool. awl
given too hair a nett, soft, plow c pre+. r-/mier. It a
castron Quorrrrr and QUALM( n, I. was ovrr n Leans
ran of n 1 as-roar Aso, and tssold by all Drartaets aid
Country hunt. at only Fifty Ccrita L.ar
g 47 Wolf Glory 13 llir Hair.
LY N 9
Furniture and Undertakin;
3Etc) - m ra
88 Washington St
B I_l 33. immt "S"-..
You wiH Find llio
LAROEST AND BEST ASSORTEENT OF
roa 'l' ICJ _TE
At the Lowest Prices of ally Store it
Soutlieru Sew York.
All Goode Sold are WA HEATED Sr B,ll.tc,en
E. D. P.OBINSON.
Eaaneire Flirt:Otero Wa rernnm you Will fled the large
FIRST CLASS AND COMMON
"TT MiL IV liill MT
To he found In thi. .ertwn of tfo conntre, of Ma
ntattufacntre. and at Kn....1115t castoot inif to give ..nu.
country, unit %V.UULAN them
171'1101.-ATE RV \\OIIK
Of all kind.. dune In Illy mantle.
19 1. 0 FIL 2Ma Gr 81. 13 19
PURE NO. 1 31 A T ASSES,
• CONIMON ATHASSES.
The ettbacrlher will hereafter make tn.. 4clerta al nr..• a
icpceinny In hi. b00m..., il.vlr JII•I completed a
NEW and the tna.4 eh,ant REARSE la thr r.tate, alb
needing h aer,leue w 111 he attended to prompt) and a'
WIT W. SMITH D. SOPI.
llontro.o. Pa.. Jan. I.
EVERYTHING NE.W AND Sri
ALT' I. cr. 3D.c;avr_im - sna
50 Washington St., Bingham Ton,
Consisting of everything nameable in that
business. Repairing done.
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PRICES eAboNABLE. ti.,tlatnetlnD guarnoteed
Binghamton, N Y., Augult
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For Diseases of tho Throat and Lunge,
such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Brougham, Asthma,
Among the peat
di-earn le: of modern
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Ai ' -4 1 , I d . " i .::!iiZrt o . t ili a tir'
T ;o:r ro n a ll t
and Lungs. A vast
trial of In virtues,
throughout that sod
jliklk, other countries, has
shown that it does
surely nut effectually
control them. The testimony of our best citi
zens, of all rhino';, es:aided., the fact, thut
CHERRY PECTORAL will and does relieve and
cure the afflicting disorders of the Throat and
Lung; beyond any other medicine. The most
drinvrons affections of the Pidnionnry Organs
yield to its 'power; and cases of tonsompe
'don, cured by this prep.-whin, are public
ly known, so remarkable ns hardly to be ho
llered, were they not proven beyond dispute.
As a remedy It is adeuunte, on which die public
mar rely for full protection. ley curing Coughs,
the forerunners of inure serious duca-e, it sure,
unnumbered lives, and an maraud of suffering
not to be computed. It challenges trial, nod COO..
since, the most sceptical. Eta ry family should
keep it on hand ns a protection against the early
end unperceived attach of Pulmonary Affections,
which are easily met at lint. but a hieb become
incurable, and MO often fatal, if neglected Ten
der lungs need this defence; mid it is unwise to
be without it. As a safe e Tiard to clularen, amid
the distressing diseases which bouet the Throat
and Chest of childhood, Cnritne PECTORAL
Ii invaluable; for, by its Liorly live, multi
miles are rescued from premature paves, rind
saved to the love and affection centred on them.
It acts speedily-nod surely agaiii,t ordinary colds,
securing sound rind he_alth.r,toring sleep. No
one o ill soda, troublesome Influenza and pain
ful Bronchitis,. when they Know Low easily
thee ran be cured.
Originally the product of long, laborious, and
faeces-lid chemical inve , tigation, no rust or tail
is spared in making every bottle in the inmost
ible perreetlo4l. It may be confidently re
lied upon as possessing all the virtue. it has ever
exhibited, and capable of producing cures as
memorable as the greatest it hiss ever effected.
DO. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical sad Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL Lii/L`GGLiTS EVEItYWItrpr
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
which i s at
once agreeahle u
healthy, an d
effectual fo r
hair. It soon
or gray hair
to its original
gloss and freshness of youth. Thin
hair is thickened, falling hair checked,
and baldness often, thongh not always,
cared by its use. Nothing can restore
the hair where the follicles are de
stroyed, or the glands atrophied and
decayed; but such as remain can. he
saved by this application, and stimu
lated into activity, so that a new
growth of hair is predated . . Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. The
restoration of vitality it gives to the
scalp arrests and prevents the forma
tion of dandruff, which is often soun
cleanly and offensive. Free from those
deleterious substances which make
some preparations dagger us and inju
rious to the hair, the Vigor can only
benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for •a HAIR DRESSING,
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white Cambric, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J.: C. AyerA Co4'
risotka and Azialytleal Ciptiathiti s
LO YELL, HUB&
County Dasiririce l Directory
Two lines in this Directory, ono year.lll2.o ; each ad
ditiGnal ;Int:, 00 cents.
JAMES E. CATIMALT, Attorney at Law. Ottes out
door below Torben Rouse, Public Avenue. •
WM. II COOPER A CO.. Bookers.. sell Foreign Pan
sage Tick. la andl./Data on Eughtud, Ireland and Bent
BILLINGS STROUD. Genera Piro and Life insur
ance Afoot. ; aieu.erll Itallroao and Accident...flat to
to New York and Philadelphia. Ott Se one door east
WM. ITAUGIIWOCT, Slater, Whol•sila and ItstaL
dealer in all kinds of elate roclng, Montrose. Pa.
BURNS it NICHOLS. the place to Barr/so:Nand Ifedl
cate,Clyers. Tobacco, Piper, Pocker-Booka, Specta
cles Yankee Notionslte. BriSk Block.
R•M. L. COX, Slarrbera mike, aoo dealer In all articles
oroaily kept by the trade, opposite the Bank. •
BOYD A CORWIN. Dealers In Stave., trardware;
and Slgnnfac:orera of Tin and Sheetlroo want. corner
of Main and Turnpike tamer.
A. N. BULLS itH. Dealer In Groceries, Provhdoor,
Boobs, Stationery and Yankee Balloon, at head
Public Arcane •
L. L. LEROY. Dealer In nil kinds of Dinning Dupla
inents. meanie,, machines. mein corks. deg powers,
etc ie.. Msin narlng, Bank. Ito.
CA YAID t PLas.TP.II—NICHOLAS Sill/EMAKERAIea,
er in gennine Frevh ground.
13A V I!. OS BANK, NE W II.FOED.—Ha per coal. In
tercet 4.au1l Depoolte Deese denenil Bal.king Bab
DI 2,-. 0,11.1-tt S. D. eIIASE &
ct. F. KLSIBEE. Cerrrtge Vaker and Undertaker;
Mainstitrect. Two doors nelow Harley's Store.
Mcr'OLLUM BROTHERS. Dealers in Groceries am
PM/VIP/01/E on Main ntreet.•
,fIAHHET S SON. Dealer', In Plonr. Fred. rear,
Salt. Lline, Ceineot. Droevriea and Provisions as
Main threat. onpo.ote the Depot.
AMEY St HAYDEN. Dealer, in Drnr. and Medicines
and Manufactutore of Cigars, on Main Birgit, nes,
1. DICKERMAN. dn., Dealer in !repent cnerthaadlea
and Clothing, Brick Store. on Main Stract.
II 11. TrmUtY-11eal, In !gores. lin. Copper. In.
and Sheetlron War, Gael Ing...3c_ AI.o. mom:bear
et of !the, t Moe& to arti• r. Ere Tronr,h mad Lead Plow
boslnese intruded to At lair prices—Gibiloa
L. S. I.ENRFI3I. Mannfartnrer of tratber, and deals.
In general Merel.andlee. on Main Str•et.•
M. P. itnit 4N. 34,4:hen! Tailor and dealer In Reads
Made Clothing, 11.7 Guude.Grocerlea and Provisions
2r/422D Vith £1)
BOYD & CORWIN,
Corner. of Main and Turnpike Sts
ISIS C:NMSTIELG, 2E:I, PAL..
TIN ND SHEET-IRO ti WOE,
Nall®, by 1L1:L.49 Sea.
Thank, t'a our Fiiende fur last Fnvore
We would To more ihonk to ono nod all who know
•he h.trr i null h.lle.C.11111L• adth 11". I they would call
ntd .co by The within or March Lost.
SCIWITON SPRIGS BANK,
120 Wyoming Avenue,
RECEIVES MONEY ON DEPOSIT
FRuM COMPANIES AND IN LIVID
CALs, AND ICEIUItNs TnE SADIE
)N DEM ND WIIIIOUT PREVI
)US NOTRE, ALLOWING INTER
EAT sI X PER CENT. PER. AN
NMI, PAY ABLE HALF YEARLY,
.)N THE FIRST DAYS OF .IANU
‘IIY AND JULY. • AsAFI..: AND RE
LIABLE PLACE OF DEPOSIT FOR
LABORING MEN, MINERS, DIE-
N IcS, AND MACHINISTS, AND
i:olt \\*WIEN AND CHILDREN AS
svELL. MONEY DEPOSITED •ON
OR BEFORE THE TENTH WILL
DILA w IN FROM THE
FIRS I' DAY OF THE MONTH. THIS
Is IN ALL RESPECTS A HOME IN
; raUI'ION. AND ONE WHICH IS
NOW RECEIVING THE SAVED
:ARNINGS OF THOUSANDS UPON
.!'HOPS AN Ds OF SCRANTON MIN
ERS AND MECHANICS.
ninEeTons ; JAMES BLAIR,
ANI O OI,D GRANT, GEORGE FISH
ER JAS. s. sLoUUM, J. H. SUTI'HIN
'. P. MATTHEWS, DANIEL TIDW
ELL, A. E. AUNT, T. F. HUNT.
AME.; 13L.0R. PRESIDENT; 0. C.
OPEN DAILY FROM NINE A. M.
iNn t. FOUR P. M., AND ON WED.
NEADAY AND SATURDAY EYE.
NINGS UNTIL EIGHT O'CLOCh.
Feb. 12. 1873.-IY.
rho . rote, former l y
refilled, mr l 3. r t r a rn b l y r b l o t d
von, to nrra
BOOTS & SHOES! I .
CROCKERY! &c., &c.
Mean be band elsewhere, and alas reelable Peen,
O. DI. Crane.
Larratillo Canter. Pa.. March W. 1072.
FIRE, LIFE, AND _ACCIDENT
carrraL REPRESENTED OVER t 20,000,000
AS. 11. SMITH.
'Dec.VC I=l kautivae. Pa.
digozats• TMTaxi : tact
,Prof..ll, X; Trumbull's Pen Family
Arena Mau out of e mploy soca% with CO capital, can
• partusamit sitoalloo. For Particulate add ad d s, wtamp. .
less se maw— liesiutisa. Pa