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EAftM PO_ HOUSEHOLD
The manurial value of a sod plowed
beneath the surface very much depends
upon the manner iti which it is turned
ander. If the furrow is turned in a eon
tinuout strip unbroken and made to lap
npoti the 'prectetlitig furrow, the utmost
valueirf :tite bud is securecL For it, icon. I
ly as it becomes decomposed and fornisli
es food.for the isucceeding crop that it is
of any value. If the furrow is irregu
larly turned anti broken into fragments
a large portion of the sod is unburied ;
:t simply dii s upon the surface and re
mains useless. Besides a furrow
turned furnishes a poor seed-bed because
;t ie not comp:tot and solid. On the nott•
trary, a prop,rly turned sod forms an ex
celen t seed-b. d. The aurlace of the field
when plowed: forms a 8111CC810171 of ridges
of soil' exactly parallel with each other.
When these ridges are burros ed down the
sod beneath is not torn up, but is evenlv
coveted with aline layer of soil 'usual'
ifeient depth to form a seed-bed beneath,
.where there is stored every particle of the
d in the best condition to furnish fond
for the young plants. the roots of which
penetrate the soil "exactly where their
f:od lies. •
Unfortunately we possess few plows
that are capable ..t turning such a furrow
ais desired. The mould-boards of our
plows are in general too sheath turn a per
teetly unbrokez furrow. The better tartn•
leg of our neighbors, the Canadians, and
Vie English farmers, is to some extent
due to the extreme care with which they
plow. especialv sod hold. With ns the
yield of corn depends greatly upon the
manner in which the awl is plowed, and the
kind of plow we use becomes a very im
portant consideration. The ,plow we
recommend fur this purpose, is an iron
beam English one, of the Scotch pattern,
haring a share about four feet long. Its
great length enables it to turn the fur
rows with perfect r. gularity, leaving the
soil in the best condition.—.lgricufturist.
There is in every 11,es:hold a great quan
tity of worsted and flannet pieces that are
of small account and can he of no crevice
as garmen's, but if Paved they can be ren
dered useful and beautilut in the mann
fixture of hearth rugs or mats, to lay Le
kre bureaus, sofas or organs . Take a
piece of hemp sackings, and draw some
pretty design in the centre—a bouquet of
flowers, a wreath, or some shinial ; mark
a border with nchain or heraldry patter.;
sew the canvas into a frtme like quilting
frame , only smaller, so as not to occupy
too much room ; have a hook made like
a crotchet hook or needle, oue can be
maufactured easily by taking a purisol
brace and filing the end into a proper
form ; cut the scraps of cloth into strips
of half an inch in width—if thin fa brie
make it wider ; pass the hook through
the canvas with the right hand, have the
cloth under the frame in the left hand,
insert a loop on the hook, and draw it to
the upper side about ahree-fourths of an
inch ; leave about two threads apace and
close another loop ; regard the selection
of colors,.so as to shade them nicely, and
keep the foam of your pattern— it is
quite. easy and tacinating work : work
the figures first, and then draw in the
filling up or ground work with some
hrnten nr t after
evenly but not too close, and you hare a
fine substantial, durable rug, that will
last a lifetime, and du more service and
be prettier than an imported article that
would cost anywhere frAn ten to thirty
dollars ; and the best of ail is, that it iE
Salt and Its Office
II one modern a g ricoltnral writers have
doubted the nece.sity of giving animals
salt ; and yet most. persons put salt In
their own plating and= allow their cattle
N 1 little now and then. The wild buffalo
and deer fr, qn-n t the salt licks of !Corth
Western America ; the wild animals in
the central putty et S nth .Africa are w ire
prey to the hooter who (...tinroiS himself
behind a salt spring ; and our domestic:
rattle run ergs-rly to ii e hand that offer.
:hem a taste t.t this luxury.
From time tram.-nt..risl it ha: beer
known that without salt man would mis
.)rably perish ; and among other horribl,
puntshmenta t p-riatn death
:hat of feeding criminals on saltless food
IS stud to have preluded iu barborou.
times. Maggots and' curruption ore !no
-ken of by a,cient writ re as the d'st ass
ing symptoms which sa'tless food engen
ders ; but no ancient or uneh mical mod
em could expla.n how such sufferings'
arose: Now we know the cause. Upward
of half the saline matter in the blond(s7
per c,nt.) consists of common salt ; and
OS this is partly discharged every day
through the skin and kidneys, the twee's-
sity of containing supplies of it in the
heik ty body le ow, a suiricieuzly obvious
In the English Agricultural Gerette.
in an article headed "A S Pep Run D.
_New Zealand." by James A. H. Caird, we
see described a fine wool-shed and Sheep
washing apparatus, on one of•the eta
lions, which seem very efectual :
"To supply the sheep wash in summer,
several great reservoirs bare been made by
4amming up a small stream in three or
four places. The sheep are washed in
7sot water with soap in it, then they go
under shower baths of cold water. from
which Abey emerge generally as white as.
silo* ; fhis is called spout-washing. An
other way of Washing sheep is called bat
tery-washing; in this, after leaveing the
hot miter bath, the sheep goes into a box
'With a platform that mores op and - down
From both sides of the box cold water is
turned on through narrow horizontal slats
- with emense force, so arranged that when
the platform is moved up and down no
part of the animal escapes the shower,"j
Char:es Prince, of Livonia, hay lost
three cows by eating clover , chaff, and
several others in that vicinity have died
from the same cause. The last cow of Mr.
Prince's that died was opened and her
stomach was found to be full of chaff
which seemed to be baked' harb,and there
was no queati /11 SB to the cause of her
*ea. So says the Nauda News.. •
• 'Eor catarrh in horses feed warm Iran
-mashes and scalded oats, and give pow
dered gentian root and sulphur in the
feed. Keep in a warm, well ventilated
Penilaylrattik has flyer fini. hundred
and Elly ikst-uniFticacu.
Loire's Labor Lost.
Mr. Bellows bid beeiipaying attention
to young Miss Snively fur some time,-
and a few evenings ago he called for the
purpose of making a formal proposal.
Miss Snively, it would appear, has had
other and rather unfortunate love affairs
in the past, and a melancholy experience
has made her singularly cautious. After
talking with her fer a while, Bellows
hemmed and hawed and blushed, then
suddenly seizing her band, he was about
to plump the question right oat when
Miss Snively interrupted him,
"Ah, excuse me for asking you, Sir.
Bellows, tint are yon going to propos: ?"
Amazed and somewhat bewildered, Mr.
"Well I—that is I should say that—
that I did, perhaps, cherish some—some
—as it were, some—idea, that is to say—
' well, yes."
-oh,very well, "rejoined Miss Snively'
"very well ; but just wait a moment,
please, while I call my runt down stairs."
' ll it m h-wh-what for ? atk d Bel:ows
"Why so that I can have a - witness in
care I'm obliged to sue von for breeh of
promise,of vourse. The last man who pro.
posed got off ;bnt I reckon you won't if I
know bow to tht things. Waits minute."
And then, es Miss Snively went ont in
search of her aunt, Bellows emerged into
the entry and glided through the front
door. And, mashing his bat down over
his eyes, he dissipated his love's young
dream, stilled Ws grief, bit off an inordi
nately large piece of tobacco and went
home to bed. Miss Snively will not sue.
A Hard Joke.
The Kansas City Villa published an
extra containing telegrams from the Louis
ville lottery,ratinonucing the number ot
the tickets drawing the capital prizes.
Some of these extras found their way to
Olathe, Kansas. There some wicked wig
renumbering that the following day was
All Fool's day, conceived the idea 4 Play
ing a yractical joke on the devotees of
Fortune of that burg who ',ere holding
tickets in the Louisville lAtery. He took
a copy of the extra t. the printing office
and bad a large number struck off, add
ing the numbete to the coupons held in
O'athe. These were distributed through
the towii. The number 3,028 was pub
fished ott drawing the $75,000 prize. This
ti c ket was held by a club of ten persons.
It was soon discovered by one ot those
interested ; the coupon brought forth,
and there was the No. 3.028 as drawing
$75,000. The club was immediately called
together. The scex t e can better be imag
ined than desenbel Each member sup
posed himself the possessor of $7,500 (no
trifling sum these hard times.) They
laughed, almost cried. They shook hands
and embraced each other. They began
speculating as to what use they should
put their sudd. nip acquired wealth. Some,
proposed to erect elegant mansions ; oth
ers would take a trip to Europe. Visions
of luxury and ease danced before them,
and just while in the midst of their re
joicing and hilarity an unfeeling wretch
shouted. "April fool I April fool !" The
effect beggars description. Indescribable
blankness sat upon every countenance.
From the mountain top of worldly honor
and bliss at one dash they fell into the Til
ley of hopeless doverty.
They tell a story of a jolly sugar plan te.
who , in the days of spice and shivery,
found himself in New Orleans with the
i.roci ells of his crops in his poeketa anx
ions t, incest then in the uursuit of hap.
pawls. Having duly prim. d himself at
the St. Charles, he was wandering along
the streets in search of a faro bank, when
his attention was attracted by an Italian
who was turning the crank of his hand
or an, on top of which danced a number
f puppets, one of which held a elate
fur contribution.. Taking this fora Doe.
eh game of chance, the planter, wholly
nest phisticated and more than half ine
briated, resolved to buck the tiger, and
plucA aAS piece on the plate. The Italian.
ground on, the figures dexterous tilted
the money into a basket, the Italian sol
emnly placed it in his pocket. "Here
pee to get even," said the planter, as he
planted a ten, which stared the same fate.
"Fifteen out ; here's a twenty." The
impermeable Italian pockoted the twenty
at d still turned the crank. The disostec .
planter departed with the remark : Well,l
never was lucky but blamed if ever I
si.e a game before where all the percent
age was in favor of the dealer !"
A Novel Co:viewed.
Moonlight nights—shady groves—two
lovers--eternal fidelity—young lady rich
—young man poor—great obstacle—
young man proud—very handsome--veq
smart—sure to be wealthy—young lady's
father very angry—won't consent--moth
er intercedes—no go—rich rival—very
ugly—very hard hearted—lover in a bad
6x—won't part—lie first—moonlight
again—garret window opens—rope ladder
old man in a rage—won't forgive them—
disowns them—old man gets sick—sends
for his daughter—all forgiven—all made
up—young man getting rich—old man
dies—young couple get all the money—
five in the old mansion—quite comforts,
ble—hUve some little cbildren—mnob
WHAT HE Icsx.—A few years since they
prevailed Chicago a speculator in grain
the boldness and magnitude of whose op
erations were worthy eren of that city.
This gentleman, Mr. Richard
had gone into one cornering operation in
wheat by which be became slightly "hurt"
In alluding to it a few weeks ago he re
marked with characteristic blandness and
Fran knees— "I lost in that Epeculation one
million five hundred thousand dollars,
and the worst of it was that 'fifteen hun •
dred dollars of it was good. money that I
put in on the start l'"
A young lady who entered a Broadway
music store, and asked theyouug man in
attendance, "Have you Happy Dreams ?'
was astonished when be replied' "No
ma'am, I'm mostly troubled with the
nightmare." He didn't know why she
went out so hurriedly andslatamed the
door after her..
" "Do try and talk a little common
apse !" exclaimed a sarcastic young lady
to her suitor. "Ohl but that would be
taking an unfair adicantage of you," was
When n Indy !Mut t , h a t 6 ? a r . a .
.4z! 0. Y.. , )n rrt n! hr nn.IER 4i
- 12ILUNGS QTROUD,
1 INSURANCE AGENT, 1,
Capital Represented. .146,090,000
MBE, LIM AND ACCIDENT ntausuroz :
Home Int. Po.. N. Y., Capital and Simplot. s4,tio,oeo
Ilartford Piro lna..Co..f.aptialanddarplua 4 , 3,000,004
Li rrrpool, London .4; Olobo " $20,000,001
Ins. Co.. of North America " 113450,000
Peon. F Ire ins. Co, Philr"
National. Yhll'a. " $300,000
Ins. Co., Sento of Pa nita ' "
Union Mutual •41
L 4 rooming Sire
Clay. of New Port, Sty.
Newtown of Backs Co.
Aim:amnia of Cleveland,
Lancaster litre In,. Co.
Fire Asaociatlun of Phila.
Home In.. Co—Columba*. 0., "
Lehigh Wiley Fire. Allentown. "
Milan's' Piro Ins Newark, N.. 1."
Alemmanla of Pittsburg. "
The understood Is SPECIAL AO ENT for the follow:
tog comvanies for Northern Pennsylvania:
Firs Association of Philadelphia.
National Me Insurance Company or PhiliAlPh_ic
The Insurance Co. of the State of Peillghlinia.al
Xii I TF• ZI .
Conn. Marcel Life Ina. Co., Amens
American Life. Phil•s. $4,600,000
Passenger* MUMRailTrav w ele ay rs Ins.Cet.Mart.ford,Capplael Sniplass2.Cal.CCO
Thenndersagned bajbm yell 'mown In this eonnty.fer
the past nyean,as an Insegnee Agent. Losses enstetned
by Ms Comoslntes have .Iways been promptly pald.
tarOftlee Arstdooreast from Bulldog °Mee or W
a, Cooper a co.adrsplke mt. MouttoSS.PL
BILLIBIGS suoup, Agent
CHARLES 11. emir% solltitom
Illonanain. - Dee. SC Im.
mer ce Coats
Jane IS, 103—tf.
Sewing Machine !
TIIE 0118.kTELT AI.:III.EVRit Jai T OF Tax AGE I
Sews from lint One Spool of Thread.
It has but six working parts, is noiselers. and sews
mum rapidly than any 3111Liktlot to am Mirka,
Has a self-setting Straight Needle
A FIUST•CLASS 111ACILe18 A BLACh
WALNUT TABUS FOR $35.
". saaa.Us , VVeliaa t a cl .
tntND MR CI R
SIZE INDEPENbrm sEwING &AMINE C(
Dec. 24, ma,
EAGLE COAL 1 7-
At Coon's Crossing.
(N=llollll of the Montrose Ma 14.44)
Mllse Meat Coa.l
Ever offered to the people of 'Montrose and Vielnhy,
had long experience In the busineea, the undo,
Eoo, Ei.6o. Sroys, $1.80• CIILVIIWIN $4.80.
0. D. STEBBINS & CO.
Feb. IL 18 4.-tf.
HOBERT & MAIN,
NEOli 1011111 E 3 BlacismithiiE
FROM A WHEELBARROW TO A COACH.
REPAIELNO IN ANY PANT OP THE BUSINESS
will receive prompt atter. toe.
HOBERT O. Rim
Lanesboro. Pa.. Oct. 15.
H. }Worn. i 0 8. Buzau. I a.O. 13sasinsf
(Emma= re Mel
BARNES BROS. & BODING,
DEALERS IN AND NANDPAdTIMEIIB OP
Ntaliau & Amtrican*atblco,
AMERICAN AND SCOTCH DRANITES,
_Marble and Slate Mattes,
26 Clienango St., Near Depot,
Dar 34. 1873. EMIR DAIMON. N. Y.
ALL 8t WS OP
AND MARBLE MANTLES,
314. DE TO ORDER..
Also.. SCOTCH. GRANITES on , hand.
PECICCIVING , is CO.,
J. mum° I.°o Court Street,
4. P. ;MOWN. BErigbatotort, Y
Sias Fallon Oat of
1, - .)
C. B. PERRY & CO.'S,
BINGHAMTON, N. Y
An Immense Stock Just Bought from
THE GREAT FAILURES
of Now England, at prices
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN
INagtuniton. No•. 12.1M.-tf
3EC. 3ErCr .IFLX9Eur ,
Would call atteoUon to bts Now Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, BLACK
AND COLORED ALPACAS,
NEW STYLE OF PRINTS,
SHAWLS, WATER-PROOFS, FLAN
NELS, BALMORAL, AND fIOOP
SKIRTS, VELVETS, HOSIERY,
HEAVY WOOL GOODS, CARPETS. OIL
CLOTHS, PAPER HANGINGS. BUFFA
LO AND LAP ROBES, FURS, HATS
AND CAPS; BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARD W A RE.I RON ,N A I LS,
STEEL, STOVES AND
In great vanety, and will he sold on the most
favorable terms, and lowest priLea.
New Millard, Jan. 213th. 1874.
pAINTS /CND OILS
A FINE STOCK AT
B. IL LYONS Sc Co.'s
Montrose, Xs; 11. OM.
—Less than N. Y. Prices—
May 11, '7B, For So', by B. 72. LYONS 4 Co.
Bial:bamton, N. Y
WALL IND WINDOW PAPERS.
A Large Stock,
And New Pattern* Reretved Elm
Week hired* From the
B. R. LIONS 8. CO.
S roc.cbl Ty/a.z. a es,cll.
and Jo'n Ciark'a Spoof Thread
Witae Black. and Colored—from Nu. 8 to So. VA at
73 .n/toner dozen. Pan rain by
IL R. LYONS A: tO
Montrose, )14. ti, Imn,-4f
p ROCLA 2 SA*TION 1
,good petmle having anything to do be
fore the Honorable Judges of «hat is good
eat and drink come loath and give your attend
anon, and your wants shall be supplied; and al
men and rumen who are summoned as Juror
to try the good qualities of our goods please no
swer to your names at first call and save you;
lines. And know ye all that
A. N. BULLARD
is constantly receiving large additions to has
dock of Choice Greet:Tits and Provision, such a:
Wheat and Buckwheat, Flour, Corn unit Oat
Meal, crushed Wheat and Graham Flour.'lams.
lard, and fish, dried fruit. and herries.fresli fruits
and vegetables of all kinds, their season.)
sugars, (manic.) also molasses and syrup, teas
and coffee, of the very best qualities, s l ices,
soaps, salt, crackers, and cheese, raisins, figs,
geletine candles, candles and nuts, books and
stationery, yanked notions, tobacco and Lii„nirs,
canned goods, a yew large stock of thu very
best qualities, and all at extremely low prices
for cash or ready pay.
A. N. BULLARD.
3fontrose. Jan. 7th 1874.
C1D21 , 2m:1;1;7:1_, , i,1310).iN,
PIANOS & ORGANS,
At L. B.Usbell's Jewelry Stuild.
Where* larger and Antler stock of the following ,
goods wall he found than elsewhere In
PINE Atizawert WATCHES
JEWELRY a CLOCKS,
SOLID SILVER A PLATED WARE,
FLUE TABLE CUTLERY, (OF ALL
end i gem crates tortatent of quotes' Merchandise,
. Sheet Id .de, 'Mlle String., etc.. etc.
All Floe Welch &pelting Sewing Mathieu and Ot.
dorm, as anal.] by gene Repaired by
L. it. Isbell. B. llethaish.
Isbell & Victibuish.
dept.lo. 1672.-Iy. /itxmlrois, Pa.
V . IISCEIION & BIIOTTIEII,
DEALERS•L*7 ALL HINDS OF COF
FINS, CASKETS, ETC.,
" &UMW PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
* z►, tort—u. V: Imo" & Sao.
Now 00 sale, In new
At Law Flores at
rfemi rt! nEnn re!
Drugs and tedicines.
a pmelyVeget preparau....
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 causal
of the unparalleled success of Vrxsout
Tsns? " 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 qualities of Vntross %Trims
in healing the sick of every disease man is
heir to. They are a gentle Purgative as
well as a Tonic , relieving Congestion dr In
flammation of the Liver and VisccralOrgans,
in Bilious Dise..a'
If men will enjoy good health, let
them use Waxman Bcrums as a medicine,
and avoid the use of alcoholic stimulants
in every form.
No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stroyer by mineral poison or other means,
and vital organs wasted beyond repair.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vniuosn
Brrricas the most wonderful Invigorant that
ever sustained the sinking bystem.
Bilious, Remittent, and Intermit.
tent Ferem, which are so prevalent in the
valleys of our great rivers throughout the
United States, especially those of the Mis
sissippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Bra
zos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile,
Savannah,Roanoke,James,and teeny others,
with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during this Summer and Au
tumn, and'remarkably so during seasons of
unusual heat and dryness, are 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 catlutrtic for the purpose equal
to Dn. J. Wataxis's VINEQUI BrrrEas, 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 facetious of the digestive
spepsis or Intl igestion, Headache,
Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness
of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of
the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bil
ious A ttacks,Palpitation of the Heart,lnfilam•
Elution of the Lungs, Pain in the region of
the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
One bot Lie will prove a bet er guarantee of
its merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofula, or Ring's Et il, White Swel
lings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck,
Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
Inflammations, Merenrial Affections, Old
Sorel, Ezations of the Skin, Sore Eyes,
thniaiDiseases, WiraLsmis Vctnasn Brrrens
have shown their great cdrative powers in
the most obstinate and 'intractable cases.
For lallannuatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remittent
and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the
Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder, these
Bitters hays no equal. Sash Diseases are
caus2cl by Vitiated Blood.
Methanical Diseases. Persona en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such an
rlumhers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, and
Miners, an they advance in life, are subject
to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard,
against this, take a dose of Wen's Van-.
Loan Btrri..rs occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tatter,
Saltltheam, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pus
tules, Bells, Carbauelc.% Itingworms, Scald
Read, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Smarts,
Diseetorations of the Skin, Humors and
Diseases of the Skin of whatever name or
nature, are literally dng up and carried out
of the system in a short time by the use of
Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lurk.
lagm the system of so many thousands, are
effecttudly destroyed and removal. No sys
tem of medicine, no venninges, no anthel-
MinitiCA gill free the system from worms
liko these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young or
old, married or single, at the dawn of worn.
auhood or the turn of life, these Toni* Bit
ters display so decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible.
Jaundice.—ln all cases of jaundice, rest
Assured that your liver is not doing its work.
The only serutiblo treatment is to promote
the secretion of the bile and favor its re
moval. For this purpose use VIHEILLII Brn
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever you find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples,Eruptions, or. Sores;
cleanse it when you lnd it obstructed and
sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it is
foul; your fenlings will tell you when.' Keep
the blood pure, and the health of the system
B. 111..71cDONALD & CO.,
and per. Waalle.Aou Lied Quenon Rt. New York.
Bold by all Druggists and Dealero.
Sept. ltrth. IYB —ly. 1
Tacsamve - ratele.
Is continually reselvlng NEW GOODS, and keep. con.
thstally on band a full and desirable award:mot assn.
nine DitUthi, MELIeINES, CHEMICALS, VoinuOlile
Dyes! ulTs t 6pme, and tabor grunoriaa etude.
were, wallpaper. glase.ware. fruit Pus, toirsors,'lnsups,
chimneys. km:wells'. =lnhaler, elle, tal.ntre• oil. neat..
foot ull. reload Whale till , oil for labterne, oil for
s.wln4 machine:, Olive 01 I,Spertn tot, spirits Turpeo•
On e.lf arnlahca.Canarytieed, V inegar.Poinsh. Cub con
totted Lye. Azle grease, Trusses. supperterOittlicro
fustrtimants.Shoutder Brace*, Whits, Guoe, Pistol,
Cartridges, Powder. Shot, Leack,fL oh Cape, diastint
Powder and Pose, Vlulabs,Striups Lturre,etc. Vidor*,
Carr Oil.. Hair Restorers. and flair Dyes. Dresher,
Pocket K0h1,., Speetaelso, Sliver and silver Piste.
Spoons, Ports.Knir ea, Sc., partial A:deles. a getter
al aszortment of
FANCY 00CDS, JEWELRY. sod PERFUMERY
All theleading and best Mud. ut
• PATENT 81EDICINES.
The people are Invlta to call at the Drag sod Variety
Store of ADEL TOMO:LI.
Pet). 1, In& XatabilahedlB4B
S. S. CAMPBELL & CO.
VllOl2 4j.Z 1143vr4crrattani Ol
PINE, 'PLAIN AND taasSES CANDY.
Importers and Decers In 'FOREIGN fi=IIITB Ntrs,te
Fire Works Constantly on Hand.
Nos. 422 *arkot Bt. and 1172tarchstin St. Phil's
Ilareb /6,1974. w.
p LASTER ! PLASTERS
We hi:Lilian unto supply of 6inii;t:Plaitter op kited
M. circle • 'TIFFANY warn.
Drrot. Much le.
Drugs and Zedichiesi
which can be cured by a
timely resort to this stand-,
and preparation, as hag been'
proved by the hundreds of
testimonialS received by the .
proprietors. It is acknowl
edged by many proMinent
physicians to be the most
reliable preparation ever in»
troduced for the relief and
cure of all Lunn' complaints;
and is offered to the public,
sanctioned by the experience
of•aver forty years. When
resorted to in season it
dom fails to effect a speedy
cure in the most severe
cases of Coughs, Bronchitis;
Croix Whoopinc: Cough,
ap, . ,431/... 16 agn,
Influenza, Asthma, Colds,
Sore Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the Chest and Side,
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the Lungs, &c. Wistar s
Balsam does not dry up A
Cough, and leave the cause
behind, as is the case with
most preparations, but it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of
the complaint. •
- PISUPACIED DT
BETE W. FOWLE SONS, Bortan, 2Bq
And sold by Droursts and Dealers geerally!.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For the relief and
cure of all derange.
merits Inthe Item.
aria, liver, and bow.
eLs. They are a Mild
Mra11•44% aperient, and an
t excellent purgative.
„ Being purely sego.
table, they contain
no mecca:For mine
rat whatever. Much
t serious sickness and
• aufthring II prevent
ed by their timed
use; and every fo,rnily should have them on band
for their protection awl relief, when required.
Long experience has proved them to be the oaf
-4,1, surest, and best of all the Pills with which
the market abounds. By their Occasional use,
the blood is ruined, the corruptions of the *yr
tem expelled, obstructions removed and Wp
whole machinery of life restored to its healthy
activity. Internal organs which become clogged
and sluggish are cleansed by Ayerrs Pills, and
stimulated into action. Thus incipient disease
Is changed into health, the value of which char
when reckoned on tho vast multitudes who en oy
It, can hardly be computed. Their sugar coat g
makes them pleasant to take, andpreserves their
virtues unimpaired for any length of time, so
that they are ever fresh, and perfectly
Although searching. they are mild and operate
without disterbance to the constitution, er diet, or
Full directions are given on the wrapper to
ggy:jtgx t ply So ipso them ea a Fan:Ar):W .
Pins rapidly cure:— wy
For Dyspepsia or Indlocuflon.Lbrarell.
semi. Languor awl Loss of Appetlte.thef
should be taken moderately to stimulate the atom.
itch, and restore its healthy tone and action.
Far Liver COMphlini and Ito various symp.
toms, Diller. Headache, /Heti head.
lack.. Jaundice or Green Sickneus,
lona Colic and Milano revere, they should
be judicionsly taken for each case, to correct the
diseased action or remove the obstructions which
For Dysentery or Illarrbeea, but one
mild dose 1.1 generally required.
For Abysm:autism. Goat, Gravel, Pal.
Dimness tke Arum, Pala in tit.
Slide. Back anti Lobes, they should be contin
uously taken, an required, to Grange the diseased
action of the system. With such change those
For Dropsy and Uromiessil fiervitlOrrs,
they should he taken In large and frequent dolma
to produce the effect of a drastic purge. „,
For Suppreaalon, a large dote should he
taken, ts it produces tho desired effect by Dray
As a Dinner Plfl, take One or two Pitts to
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels, restores the appetite, and invigorates tbs
system. Hence it Is often advantageous when
no serious derangement exists. Ono who feels tolerably well, often finds that a dose of these
Pills makes turn feel decidedly better, ftmwthetx
cleansing and renovating effect on the cllgestlys
Dr..r. C. ACTED 6 CO., Practical Chen,lats,
LOWELL, MASS., 11. 8. d. ;
TM BALL DT ALL Dauccusts EVEIITWID:BII4
r z4 , - , .: , 11.0
- 71 0 vx. -, VEGEMBLE SICIIII3
- i. \MU 1 V.,"'.
42LIA: Nurcvn. 11141.", e; HAIR
.-- 11.,_- - .0
Every year increases the populari
ty of this valuable Hair Preparation ;
which is due 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
ORFADED HAIR 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 tonio prop.
orties, prevents the hair from falling
oat, 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
nomical Hem Danssnra ever used,
as. it requires fewer applications,
andgives the hair a splendid, glossy
appearance. A. A. Hayes,
State Assayer ofMassachusetts, says,
"The constituents are pure, and care
fully selected for excellent quality;
and consider it the BEST P/LEPA•
RATION for its intended purposes."
Bitt Ivan Drugglds, and Dealers Ds 21[04 Aq.
react One 04.15 r.. ' •
von THE masprcas.
As our Renewer in many cases
requires too long a. time;•and, too
mach care, to restor gray or faded
Whiskers, we have prepared :this
dye, in ens preparation _ ; which mill
quylify and effectually accomplish
this result. It is easily applied,
and produces a, colt* which will
neither rub nor wash oT. Sold by
all Druggists. , Price Fifty Cents:
IlfsaUfactured by R. P. HALL. 4 co.,
PRINTED AN 'IIIIB
two data fa this Dltettotr, one ear, $1.504 /sal ad
altional Ilse, as east.. •
• ; • - ;' ;DIONTROSE ; `
Jialit E. CAICItAt.T. Attorney at Lew. (Mice elm
door tend TdtbBll Upon. rablie Avenue. a
WM. dobesre .t CO.. Denten. Bell Verelgn Pu
sage Tickxts andDralte on Snitand. Ireland and 14411,
BILLINGS STRGUD. Gemara Plea and Life (prat"
alma Apol. ; ateo , iell ltallroto and AtchlettTliketr
td Ydrk and Philadelphia. °Mee one dooreast
either Bank. • ' •
W3l: nAtuntwout, Slater, Wholesale and lletaL
dealer In all kinds of Wets roo9n;,
.Nostrosc, Pa. •
BURNS NICIIOLS. the place tn get Bregaandidedl
clans: blgers, Yollseco, Pipes. Pocket. Books, Specta
cles Yankee Notion*: &C. Brick Block. •
WM. L COX, Hammel =Oar rod dealer In all irtleled
novelly kept by tho trade, oppoalte the Bank. •
BOYD k CORWIN. Dealers In Stores, Hardware:
and Mennfacturere of Tin and eheettron wars. corn et
of Id ern and Ternplke attest.
&. N. BULL:A.IW, Dealer In uroeerfee, ProlLtoa•
Books, Stationery and Yankee Helton/6 in kelt&
L. L.LitiOlt. Drain! lit all kinas of farming Davis:
manly. messing machine,. well] curbs. dog powers; ,
Dale St., appetite Saving, Bank. Lem*
CAYUG4 PLASTER—NICHOLAS StrOE3ISEEB.desz;
er In genuine Cayuga Plaster. Fresh ground.
SAVI?,4OII BADS, NEW MILFORD.—fix per cent. lei
tercet on all Deposita. Duo a general Banking Bei
nes.. -nil-ft b,ll. pien
A. F. WEBER. Carnage Slater and Undertaker.
1 Main titneet. tiro doors net er Henley's Store.
SicCol.Lint BiIOTIMBS. Dealers in Granules ad
Provisional on Main etreeL•
I.GARRET .t. SOD. Dealers In Flour. Feed. teili
Salt, Lime. Cement. Groceries and Proving:la rut
Male Street. on.poalto the Depot.
•AINEY db FIAtZIEN. IJimers in Drags andSfedfleg
and Manufacturers of Cigars. on Ba Street. tai
T. incitgnuaN. ia., Dealer in general merthandisa
and Clothing. Brick Store. on Men Street.
U. If. TI lalLST—Deater In Stoves. Tin. Copper. !Was
and Shoetiron Ware, CllPtillr../te. Also, mannfnetnt
er of She.•t Met al. to ander, Eva "fronghand Lead Pisa
business attended to at tale prleea—Glbsaa Ballo*.
L. B. LENIIPIIM. Manufacturer of 'Lennie?. and drain
. In.georral Merenandlra. on Maln Street.*
CI. P. DORAN. Merchant Tailor and dealer In Real
Made Cluthl ng. Dry Cioods,(lrocerfas and Provhdoas
' Main Street.•
BOYD & CORWIN,
Corner of lain and Toropika 3ts.,
DdXOI.I , VrIFLO6ZI,
IR' AND SHEET-IRON WIC
Thnnke to Otlf Friends for Vast Favor'
tre %Mehl he nine thankful .o one and 01 who knov,
thiee h.tre qns , lt led gcchuntp with tu.ll they would call
.n 4 .ett le by she mldtgle of March toxt.
SOUTH SAVINGS MK,
120 Wyoming Avenue,
RECEIVES MONEY ON DEPOSIT
FisoM coMPANIEs AND INDIVID
LIAL:s, AND REt URNS 111 E SAME
UN DEMAND WItHOUT PREVI
OUS NOTICE. ALLON% ING INTER-
Es I' AT SIX PER CENT. PER AN
NUM, PAYABLE HALF YEARLY,
ON THE .FIRST DAYS OF JANU
ARY AND JULY. A SAFE AND RE
LIABLE PLACE OF DEPOsIT FOR
LABORING MEN, MINERS,ME
CHANIC-;. AND MACHINISTS. AND
FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN AS
WELL. MONEY DEPOSITED ON
Ott BEFORE THE TENTH WILL
DRAW IN PEIIEST FROM THE
FIRST DAY OF THE MONTH. THIS
Is IN ALL RESPECTS A HOME IN
sTrruTioN, AND ONE WHICH IS
NOW .RECEIVING THE SAVED
EARNINGS OF THOUSANDS UPON
THOUSANDS OF SCRANTON MIN.
ERS AND MECHANICS.
DIRECTORS; JAMES M.A . %
SANFOED-GRANT, GEoI:GE Fl 1 .
ER, JAS. S. SLOCIIM, J. H. SUTPII N
U. P. MATTUEWS, DANIEL IRA .
ELL, A. E. HUNT, T. F. HUNT,
JAMES BL AIR. PRESIDENT; 0. C.
OPEN DAILY FROM NINE A. M.
UNTIL FOUR P, M., AND ON WED
NESDAY AND SATURDAY EVE.
NINGE UNTIL EIGHT O'CLOCik.
Feb. 12. 11373.—Di
T h :ei tin t e. :d .i ro e . d
otobrae'l, rrd ttea ,
E l er
BOOTS if SHOES!
CROCKERY! ceci,cfc._ •
As can be found elieirhete, and at as 'Desirable Prier*
Lainville Vatter.. IsrA,
FIRE, .LIFE; 41ND ACCIDENI
CAPITAL REPRESENTED OVER Inomoo,epL.
C. 11. SMITH,
- ktouttime. P..
Dec. IS. laTh.
Bows noun, n°7R
Vor sale the store et