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-3 ' - NVVI AN IiDnEHOLD
Profit. ['um Twelve Cow• to a Tear
S. C. Drew, South Royalton. Vt., com
municates to the Vermont Farmer the
I have made during the year 1873,fr0m
twelve cows, 2.C36 pounds of butter. At
the Commereement of the year I had on
ly nine caws, but bought three more in
the spring. I did nut have the tuilk of
twelve until the first of June. The uni
ted ages of the six youngest of them are
22 years. X mace in the month of June
439 f prinnds of butter, and did not use
the milk of one cow for ten days of the
time. I bought a farrow cow the middle
of October, making thirteen the rest of
the year. and call it to average twelve
during the year.
• We need iii .the family lee pound's-be
e:des seventy pounds bought. Sold 2,450
pounds for $1,15 . 2,02, averaging about 47
cents per pound,. del.vered in Boston. The
summer butter sold in the tub from 85 to
40 cents per pound ; the rest of the year
in lump for sixty cents, sent to market ,
each week. The me el fed to the cove
dnring the year ciesi *197.
The - skim milk was fed to calves and
hogs. I Enid *l2O worth of calves. pigs
and pork, and saved 500 pounds of pork
for family uie. Ten dollars worth of
grain was led to the begs. I killed one
calf worth *3. Cost of sending butter to
market, freight and express M. I used
the patent Jewett milk pans, and would
not part with them for anything I ever
saw for better makin.r; would dread to go'
back ,te. email pans. 1 consider them as
labor-saving as the mowing machine.
The tempratnre is easily regulated in hot
weather, and in cold the milk is all
warmed alike, as it stands the same height.
They will improve both the quantity and
quality. I think no good darytnan uould
be willing to give them up alter trying
My cows are all breeds, a mixture or
natiye DevoLs, Durhams and Jeraeye.
It took for a pound of butter in June 22
pounds of milk ; the last of summer a
bout 21. I now make a pound of butter
from 20 pound 4 of milk, and skim in 26
to 28 hours after straining. My account
for the year stands as follows:
sold 4,4..50 of hotter for..
trod in family IN6 lb, at 3.1 c
Bold calves pigs and park
Port. mated 50 lbs. at
Killed one calf worth. ...
Cart of meal fed to cove
C of meal fed hnes.... .
Preight and eapr..e. ou better
Leming 03.50 per cow to pity for work.
hay, and pasture. Now. let as hear from
the farmers and know what each other
are doing. As darymen cannot get far
from homo very often, ne must talk
through tie papers.
Feeding Stock with Profit.
In theory a fattening animal cannot
be overfed; but in practice the limit of
excessive feeding is fixed by the animal's
powers of assimilation. The feeder must
consider various circumstances, such as
the quality of the food—for if it be rich
and lavishly used a large quantity will be
ejected in an nndigsted state—the state
of the animal, his age and condition.—
Lean animals, for example, are unable to
appropriate an enormous amount of high
until they have begun to move in the
right direction. They should be kept on
cheap and bulky food till their powers of
assimilation have improved with their
condition, when they should be pushed
on more rapidly.
The art of fattening dliends on sup
plying an excess of foal udicionsly. A
mature animal needs a certain amount
of food to maintain him in store condi
tion, and the greater the amount he can
be induced to take ever and above this
fixed quantity the faster will the process
of fatening proceed and the smaller will
be the waste of that position of food
which goes merely to maintain life and
which must, therefore, be lust, in a sense.
to the feeder.
To Sweeten Butter Firkins
Our readers who are engaged in the
manufacture of butter often experience
considerable difficulty in keeping the fir
kins sweet. A failure to acomplich thh•
very frequently wads upon the 111/1110-
factu ter, a severe loss, and to them we
present the following information eon
cerningais mater which will be found
of considerable ; Before packing
butter in new firkins, put them out of
doors in the vicinity of the well, fill them
and throw in a few handstni
of salt. Let them stand three or four
days, and change the water once during.
that time. Butter firkins should be made
of white oak, and this process effectually
tikes out the acid contained iu the wood,
at-d makes the firkin sweet. If the but
t-r is well made and rightly locked. it
will k! ep good all summer, even if the
firkin he kept in store above ground. To
cleans: old firkins in which butter has
been packed and left some time exposed
to the air, till with sour milk, and leave
.standing, twenty-four hours, then wash
dean, and scald with brine. This makes
them as good as new.
As a stimulant for plants one table
spoonful of Spirits. of Hartshorn, or A
nimate, to three pints of water lithe prop
er proportion. Ruin water is 17eferable.
and the application may be made once a
week. Let the earth get dry and then
give a free watering not on the put, but
on the leaves.
The lady who gives the prescription
which she has fully tried,says, 'Geraniums
are much benefited by turning the pot
upside down and immercing the leaves in
It is es.g.rted that „the true grain weevil
(calaudra granaria) has affected a firm
lodgment in this country, and apprehen
sions arc felt that its ravages will be a
matter of serious damage to our grain
For sheep pulling wool, give each ani
mal that pu;ls and eats wool three tea
poonfuls of lard oil . snixed with one of
turpentine ; or feed to each a piece of salt
lien MOM are tnixd ; with ashes and in
corporated id the coil about st rAw berry
plautais an excellent fertilizer fur them.
It will par.you to buy it at fifty cents per
bushel if 'you can - get it,
For wormain horses give y9nr iinrse
e tebkep.iuntulsof ihmleved sulphur
pulverized charcoal mid t.vmurst)
An Innocent Granger.
A farmer—we will call him Smith for
short—lives in Madison county, and
would be known, at least by reputation,
to many of our readers were his right
name given. But the incident we now
relate, though coming to us in n reliable
way, was known to few outside of his
neighborhood. Farmer Smith lived in a
quiet way, and was supposed to have ac
cumulated something ahead besides hav
ing a pretty good farm. After his second
son had been married about a year, be
concluded to settle near the old man's it
he could rent a place.
Hearing of this, Mr. Thompson—again
we withhold the true name—thought
there might be a chance to sell a certain
place on pretty fair terms. Mr. Thomp
son was a money-loaner, and nothing
suited him so well as good interest, back
ed by good security; and he was more
over generally considered a pretty shrevid
trader. Ho rode over to seo old man
Smith, but the farmer "aid he did not
feel able to buy—he might buy on credit
if the price was low enough .and the in
terest was not too high. His son "Jokey,"
he said, would have to pay for the farm
himself if the trade was made, but his
son was a good farmer, and, he thought,
it would be all right—at least the land
would be there, and would be good for
what remained unpaid if his son should
fail. What seemed to startle the old fel
low was twelve per cent. interest that
Finally, however, after a great deal or
talk, die price was agreed on at twenty
thousand dollars, one fifth cash and notes
at one, two, three and four years, with
twelve per cent. interest from date for the
remainder. The contract was drawn and
they were about to sign, when the far
mer suggested that if lie should at any
time get any more money than was due
on the notes he wanted to be allowed to
pay it, and count off the twelve per cent.
The proposition seemed reasonable enough
to Thompson, and he could not object to
its insertion in the contract, and so the
document was signed in duplicate. The
deed was to be ready. the notes drawn,
and the first payment made on the fol
When the tme arrived, both were pone
tnally on hand, the first 84,600 was paid,
andthe notes were ready for signature.
"Mr. Thompson„' said Farmer smith,"l've
been thinking about that interest, and it
seems ekeery, so 1 thought I'd gether in
some little money I had out, and pay
part of it, and"—pulling from his breast
pocket a roll of money—"list count that."
The money was counted, and, with
twelve per cent. oil, the first note was
When Thompson had pocketed the
rn - oley, again Smith said : "I've got a son
licin' in Missouri. Mr. Thompsor,and as
soon as he heard I was bnyin a farm for
Jacky, be send me a little money"—prill
ing a roll from his right side breeches
pocket—"and so whatever it is we'll cred
it on the next note, if yoil have no objec
tion." Again the money was counted,and
the twenty four per cent off; just paid
the note to a cent..
"Well, that's luck," resumed the old
man ; "and now, Mr. Thompson, the old
woman has been selling right smart of
buttermi , aigs, and some chickens now
county a buyiu, and' she told me this
moruin' that I better take what she had,
and maybe it wouldn't come amis." A
role was produced from the left side
breeches pocket, and when counted, just
paid the note after the thirty-six per
cent. was deducted, and Thompson said
not a word. Smith seemed to be consid
ering fur some minutes, and then, raising
his head, said, as though a sudden
thought struck him "You knowed my
darter, Sal, didn't ye? Leastwise you've
seen her. Sal was a fine gal. About five
years ago, at hogkillin' time, one o' my
hands tuck sick, and what does Sal do
bat turn in and help as' and. I tell you,
she could sling a hog across her shoulder
qual to ary man on the ground. Well,
you know, Sal married year before last,
And her husband Hibbell—you know Mb
doin',they tell me, as good a gro
cery business as any man in Kiaksville.
Jackey he went over to see Sal and gib
bell the other day. and they was a talkin'
about this here interest business, and Sal
says to Hibhell, says she"—
"Never mind what they said, Mr.
Smith," broke in Thompson, "just baud
over the money yon were going to say
they sent you!' And sure enough the
old man produced still another roll from
•lome secret pocket which, when counted,
proved to be the exact amount neeesga r y
to pay off the last note when the f6rty
eight per cent, had been duly taken OTT.
Thompson pocketed the money,went
straight to ttlecoart-house,acknowledged
the deed, and handed it over with only
this remark: "Yon are the d— at old
rascal I ever saw !"
A Midnight Sensation In Kansas City
Thera was a big excitement near Hoy
elinau's store, on East Eighteenth street
a few nights ago. An aged couple and a
bull dog reside there, and on the evening
in question the peace and quiet of the
trio were disturbed by the aggressions of
a vagrant cow that "hooked" open the
gate and entered the enclosure. The old
gentleman heard the noise- made by the
cow, juntruul ont of bee, grablmtl Icitioniko
loosed Tiger, and attacked the cow. Now
this cow had a varied experience with all
sorts of dogs throughout the city, and
was especially proficient in the art of
handling a bull dog. So, just as the old
man caught the bovine by the tail, the
said bovine lifted Tiger high in the air,
with her horns, and whisked out the gate
with the old man still hanging to her
caudal appendage, and beating her to hie
hearrepontent with, his heavy cane. The
old man and the cow went flying down
the street, and Tiger after, turnuagn som
ersault or two in the air, came down ker.
souse into the cistern in the yard, the top
of which was open. Now, the old lady
neticing that the noise in the yard had
ceased, and wondering at the prolonged'
silence, of her husband, stepped out into
the yard to see what was the matter. She
heard a splashing in the water in the cis
tern. and, horror of horrors, she thought
it was the old man. Yelll well, her
shrieke would have drowned-:.out the
sound of Gabriel's trumpet bad that an
gelentered intocornpetition with her. The
neighbors. alarmed at her cries, gathered
around her at once, and in quite a crowd.
'My husband's in the cistern !" she cried
"Ile can't swim '2" "Oh, he'll be drown
ed." and away went two or three for a
laddpr; Th. ,. taiblrr was lirmftlif. and a i
rasa descended, just as the old man ra Is.
cd in at the gate, Mx had lizard a block
or two away, as be was returning from
his chime after the cow,thst some tue had
fallen into the cistern at his house, and
he believed it was his wife, for who else
cauld bLabout there ? Seeing the crowd
of sparcelpdreased neighbors, around the
cistern (the old lady had swooned away
by this time and been carried into the
house,) he raa into the crowd crying in
the greatest agony, "Save her! for God's
sake ! Oh, my poor wife !" "Save the
d—l," exclaimed three or four in a
breath; "your wife says that you are in
the cistern." By this time tho old lady
had recovered sufficiently to resume her
hysterical screaming again, and com
menced yelling at a greater rate than e •
er, just as the man who went down into
the cistern crawled out and exclaimed,
'lt's nothing but that dog."
It's a rule of etiquette in Arkansas that
no true gentlemen will eat with his leg
thrown orer his neighbor's chair if he
can help It.
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National, Phil'.. .. --- /,000
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Venting Fire 4., 000000
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Ifercbants' . 450,000
Clay, of New Port, Ky. 0 250,000
Newtown, of Docks Co. " 800.000
Alemmanla. of Cle'eland, " 400,000
Lancaster Fire Ice. Co. " 2881,000
Fire Assilation of Phila. " 2,003.000
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tire Association of Philadelphia.
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Hallway Passengers $24V,000.
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the past 17yoms,as an Inramnce Agent. Leer essestaf.,,
by his Comtmlalea have always been promptly pald.
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BILLINGS STROUD, Agent
CRARLES IL SMITH, Solicitors.
Montrose. Dee. u.l 279
Liner ce Goats
Jane SG. 18111.-11.
GREAT UNITED STATES TEA CO.,
BURNS di NICHOLS,dg'Is.,
• Montrose, Pa. • :
la put op fal l
Ce NWT/ BP
novel Wyoming Ile fall atreastat. which le clOalaly
a great anolderalant,
arca aod get a can cad Pt rb enerlte.
Etas Fallen Out of
Vj ;Al ir
C. B. PERRY & CO.'S,
BINGHAMTON, N. Y
An Immense Stock Just Bought from
THE GREAT FAILURES
of New England; at prices
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN
Butchataton. Nov, 12. 16Th-If.
Would cull attention to btu New Stock of
FALL AND* WINTER GOODS,
Now on isle, In new
D 27 0002 Z.,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, BLACK
AND COLORED ALPACAS,
NEW STYLE OF PRINTS,
SHAWLS, WATER-PROOFS, FLAN
NELS, BALMORAL, 'AND HOOP
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 ARE.IRONN A I LS,
STEEL, STOVES AND
In great variety, and will be sold on the most
favorable terms, and lowest prices.
New Milford, Jan 2atli, 1874.
p LINTS AND OILS
B. It. LYONS CO:13
Montrose, May 14, Ina.
CARPETS AT 30 CENTS AND UPWARDS
—Less than N. Y. Prices—
if.7l4, 'U. For Palo by B. 31. Limas a CO
SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE,
At Low Flgnm. tt
WALL AND WINDOW PAPERS
A Large Stock,
And New Patterns Eierelved Every
Week Direct From the
D. R. LYONS As CO.
S pool 7C.I:La-coani.cl.
and John Clanie Spool Thread.
White Black. and Colored—from No. 8 to No. 130. at
:5 cents per Oaten. For rale by
0. S. LYONS & CO.
Montro.e, Mny 14, 11371.—tf
HEAR YE! ur.mt yE!
All ye good people having anything to do be
fore the Honorable Judges of what is gond to
eat and drink come forth and give your attend
ance, and your wants shall be supplied; and all
men and women who are summoned as Jurors
to try the good qualities of our goods please an
swer to your names at first call and save your
fines. And know ye all that
A. N. BULLARD
Is constantly receiving large additions to his
stock of Choice Groceries Sod Provision, such as
Wheat and Buckwheat, Flour, corn nod Oat
Meal, crushed Wheat and Graham Flour,Hams,
lard, and fish, dried fruit, and berries,fresh fruits
and vegetables of all kinds, (In their season,)
sugars, (male,) also molasses and syrup, teas
d coffee, of the very beat qualifies, spices,
a l um salt, crackers, and cheese, raisins, figs,
g e i e t i n` candles, candies and nuts, books and
stationeeY•vankee notions, tobacco and cigars,
canned q ° 9 o '.a very large stock of the em ery
best qualities, ac,)
allat extremely low prices
for cash or ready p 4,.
1574. A. N. BULLARD
A NEW MUL4miaI=EIATT !
PIANOS & ORGANS,
At L. ILlEsball's Jewelry Stand,
Where a larger and better stock of the following
goods will be Mined than elsewhere in
PINE AMERICAN WATCHES
APTELRY & CLOCKS
SOLID SILVER & PLATED WARE.
LICE TABLE CUTLEIY
, DIAMOND SPECTACLES.
and a leacMaaszracol Unile'llee:yalee, tceei t p,etc..et
All Floe Watch Repairingl Sewing Maebines and Or.
done. (as nenal,)br gene Repaired by
L. B. Isbell. P. lielhaleh.
Ida &. raelhiliSh.
ISepL 30.167.-IT. 1 Montrose. Pa
V . RECKUOW & 13 ,
DEALERS IN LL KINDS OF COF
FINS, C . SKETS, ETC.,
4:31-ML33.416,7j MIMS/Xi. .T:P0z2.33,:a,
ALL =MEM PR YPTLTATTENDEDTO'
T, Moan &Bao
Ain! L. If/73.-111.
Drugs and Medicines.
Dr. J. Walker's California Vinegar
Bitters are a purely Vegetable preparation,
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 cinestion
is almost daily asked, "What is the cane
of the unparalleled success of VOEGAB Brr
=Hs? " Oar answer is, that they remove
the cause of disease, and the patient recov
ers 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 Vro.o.thßrrrEns
in healing the sick of every disease man is
heir to. They are a gentle rurgative as
well as a Tonic, relieving Congestion or In
flammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs,
in Bilious Diseases.
If men ►sill enjoy good health, et
them use VLNLOAS Brrrvaia as a medicine,
and avoid the use of alcoholic stimultuata
in every form.
No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or otiiet means,
and vital organs wasted beyond repair.
Grab.ful Thousands proclaim Viiszosit
Brrruns the most wonderful Insigorant that
ever sustained the sinking system.
Bilious, 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
sissippi, Ohio, Mlssenri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Bra
zos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile,
Savannah, Roanokr,James,and many Others,
with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and Au
tumn, and remarkably so during seasons of
unusual heat and dryness, are invariably
accompanied by extensive derangements of
the stom.vdi 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 Dn. J. Watarn's Vistoan Ihrrnits, 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, Sonr Eructations of
the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bil
ious At tacks, Palpitation of the Heart,lnilam
mation of the Lungs, 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.
Scrofula, or Ki ug's Evil, White Swel
lings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck,
Iniluumations, Mercurial Affections, 01
Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes,
etc., etc. In these, as in all othenconstitn.
Lionel Diseases, WALACM . B Voincsn BrrrEns
have shown their great curative powers in
the most obstinate and intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Itheumal ism, Gout, Bilious, Remittent
and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the
Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder, ther=e
Bitters have no equaL Such Diseases are
caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases.—Persona en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, .and
Miners, as they advance in life, are subject
to paralysis of the Boirels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Wm-Fa:Ws Vus
ma in BITTERS occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tettor,
Salt Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pus
tule; Boils,' Carbuncles, Ringworms, Heald
Head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurf;
Discoloration of the Skin, Humors and
Diseases of the Sldn 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 lit the system of so many thousands, aro
effectually destroyed and removed. No sys
tem of medicine, no verndfuges, no anthel
minities, will free the system from worms
like these Bitters.
For Female complaints, in young or
old, married or single, at the dawn of worn.
anhood or the turn of life, these Tonic Bit
tors display so decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible.
Jaundice. In all cases of jaundice, rest
assured that your liver is not doing its work.
The only sensible treatment is to promote
the secretion of the bile and favor its re
moval. For this purpose use V.1217..01at
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever you find ita impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when you find it obstructed and
sluggish in the :reins; cleanse it when it is
foul; your feelings will tell you when. Keep
the blood pure, and the health of the system
R. U. 11/cDONALD & CO.,
Druggist., and Osumi Agents, San Francteco, Odlfomts,
and ent. Washington and Charlton Bts., New York.
Sold by all Dzuggima laud Mallen&
sem. no, lel3 —l7. Im,at4m.
la con, innally receiving NEW GOODS, and kcepe eon.
tinaally vt hand a foil end desirable asx,rtment of gm,
ulAr DIiL, MEDICINES, CLIEMICALtt, Paints, Oils
DTenuirs, !SAS, Sores, and other groceries riot,
wore, TVIIII puler, glass-ware, (roll iiirv,ViilTOr6:l3tope.
Chimney,, kerveope, machinery oils. tanners' um..
foot oil, nraned Whale oil, oil for lanterns, oil for
ern' ilia machines, Olive Oil, Sperm Oil, Spirits Turpen•
tin e, Varnish es, Ca nary Seed, Vinegar,Potasb Cone era
totted Ly.,. Azle Grease, Tresses. Supporters,liedirni
Instrument., shoulder Braces, Vl , lllpe, Gans, Piswie
Cartridges, rewder, Shot, Lend, Con Caps,lllastinu
Powder and Fun ., Violins,Stringe -11.111,0 C. rimes,
nooks a n d Line e,lta rand Toil et Soaps
Eat, Olin, hair Ectrorery, and flair Dyes. Brushes,
Pocket Knives, Spectacles, Silver and haver Plated
Spoyme. Fork s, K alien, e.,13e4 tilt Articles. a gener
FANCY 00CDS, JEWELICif, and PERFUMERY
All thel coding and kind. of
The people are !welted toren at the Emerald Variety
Store of ADEL TUIIItELL
Feb. 1.1873. Established 1818
(OF ALL HINDS,)
S. S. CAMPBELL /t CO.
, env; &Ls MASIMACTLITEJIi
FINE, PLAIN AND AIULASNES CANDY.
Importers and Deem., Its FortEraNPRIIITS NUT9,4e.
Fire Works Constantly on Hand.
los. 422 Market Bt. an 4 4172Ierchant Pal'a
Much 15. 18 - 3.—ly. w.
We bare an ample supply of oarn:a PI for on bend,
TIFFANY & MAXIM.
NO LOW Depot. 311Uth
Dings and Medicines.
Iron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STHONGI
The Peruvian Syrup, a Protect
ed Solution of the Protoxido 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
meates crew pert 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, 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 low
state of the system. Being free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects arc not fol
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, in fa.
sing strength, vigor, and new
life into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Con
Thousands hare bectkehanged
by the use of this remedy, front
weal:, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, and
happy men and women; and
invalids cannot reasonably hes
itate to give it a trial.
See that each WU., has PERU
VIAN SYRUP blown in the glass.
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
No. 1 ILULon Place, Roston.
BOLD DT Dat GIGIATEI 010 tRAILr
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
which is .at
healthy, an d
hair. It soon
or gray hair
to its original
color, with the
gloss and freshness of youth. Thin
hair is thickened, falling hair checked,
and baldness often, though not always,
voted by Ito %too. Nothing. 001: reatoro
the hair where the follicles are de
stroyed, or the glands atrophied and
decayed; but such as remain can bo
saved by this application, and stimu
lated into activity, so that a new
growth of hair is produced. 'lnstead
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 so un
cleanly and offensive. Free from those
deleterious substances which make
some preparations dangerous 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. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Ctiendata.
Is widely known
- as one of the most
'* l effectual remedies
- vier discovered for
b. 4,4 cleansing the sp.
tern and purifying
' A ; the blood. It has
0 , stood the test of
) years, with a con-
Ad" stantlygrowing rep.
• • utation, 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 con. -
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. Renee its wonderful
cures, many of which are publicly known,
of Seroftiln, and all scrofulous
Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruptive di,.
orders of the skin, Tumors, Blotches,
Boils, Pimples, Pustules. Flores, St,
Anthony's Fire, Bose or =yap°.
las, Tefter, Salt Rheum, Scald
Head, Ringworm, and internal 171.
ceratious of the Uterus, 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
Leueorrhcea, 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 vigor of the digestivehrgans,
it disiipates the depression and listless
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
PIiRP4RED Dr .
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO.,- Lowell, Mass.,
Practical' and Analytical Chemists;
BOLD D'Y Al 4. ):) RUOGISTs ViratriniEM
PRINTED AT THIS OFF/CE.
County Ductileßs Directory. It
Two lined to this Directory, bob year, $1.50; oath ad
dit tonal lino, GO tents.
JAMES E. dARMALT,
.Attorney At Law. Odlea one
door below Tarbel Roue, Prattle Avennir.•
WM. H. COOPER A: Cd.. /halters, sell Forslgn - Pair .
sage Ticluts and Otani on England, Ireland and Seat
BILLINGS STltfint. Genera FIN sadLlla mime
linen Agents ; oleo. inn Baldrola and AtddentTlaketa
to New York and IldLadelphia. Odlos ono door east
WM. HaI.:OIIWOUT, Slater, Who Pule and !tete.
dealer in all fibula of slate riming, Montrose. pa.
BIIIiNS & NICHOLS, the Wiest° get Dragsaad Meet
mew. Cigars, Tobacco, Pipe*, Pocket-Books, Specta
cles Yankee NotVinii, &c. Brick Block.
WI& L. COS, Harness. maker and dealerin all articles
usually kept by tbeerade, opposite the Brink. •
BOYD & CORWIN. Dealers la Stoves, Hardware!
and Mannfaciarera of Tin and Sheet:lron warii, cornet
of Id fen and Tan:mike street.
A. N. DULLMUI, Dealer In tiroeerfes, horldans
Boolur,Statlonery, and Yankee Notions, at ItslA
NEW 3ItLFORD. •
L. L. LaROY, Dealer In all klnna or Mining Implei
meets. mowing machine., well] curbs. dot pow,*
etc., etc.. Main SL, opposite Sasings Bank. Nino ,
CAYUGA PLASTER—NICHOLAS SHOEMAKElt,dett.e
cr In genuine Cnyugs. Plaster. Fresh ground.
SAYINGS BANK, NEW MILFORD.—Fix per cent.,.
toren on all Deposita. Does a general Banking BIM •
nese. .nII-tt S. B. CHASE & COJ
N. F. EMBER, Carrtne Water nod rindeli.akat.
Male Street. two doors below Ilawley's Store.
MaCOLLUM BROTHERS. Denlora in °mutes alt
Provistano. on Main Street.*
II,GARRET .t SON. Dealers In Flour. Feed, Vitali
Sall, Lime, Cement, Groceries and Penatitans od
Male Street, oppoelte the Depot.
AINEY d HAYDEN • Dealers to Drags andifedlelaci
and Manufacturers of Cigars, on Main Street; nest
the Depot- }
J. DICKERMAN. Jrt.. Dialer to general menhandlag
and Clothing. Brick Store. on _Vain Street.
H. M. TINGLEY—DeaIer In Stores, rn, Ccrpper, rue
and Sheetlron Ware, Casting.. de. Alto, maouLaetar
br of Sheet Metal. to order. Ere Troagb arid Lead Plant
oolneta Wended to at fair prices—Gllwoo Hollow.
L. S. LENUEIM. Manufacturer of Leatber,and dealt
In general Merchandise, on Main Street.•
IL P. DORAN, Merchant Tailor and dealer In Ready
Made Clothing, Dry Goods,Groceriesand Provisions
U 0 ,2MV41.22,4
BOYD & CORWIN,
Corner of 3lsin •nd Turnpike Ste
MIX C:01 0 0"r IEL Clo 1333, PA..
TIN ilici SHEET-MOll WIRE,
STimilies, by the, =egg.
Tbaukr to our Friends for Put Favors
We would be more thankful to ofie and all who knot,
they hare emo•ltled accounts with at. if they would call
iced scale by .be middle of March next.
Feb. 4, held.
SCRNION WINGS BANK,
120 Wyoming Avenue,'
RECEIVES MONEY ON DEPOSIT
FROM COMPANIES AND INDIVID
UALS, AND RE LIMNS THE SAME
ON DEMAND WITHOUT PREVI
OUS NOTICE. ALLOWING INTER
EST AT SIX PER CENT. PER AN
NUM, PAY ABLE HALF YEARLY,
ON THE FIRST DAYS OF JANU
ARY AND JULY. A SAFE AND RE
LIABLE PLACE Ol' DEPOSIT FOR
LABORING MEN, MINERS, ME
CHANICS, AND MACHINISTS, AND
FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN-AS
WELL. _MONEY DEPOSITED ON
OR BEFORE THE TENTH WILL
DRAW INTEREST 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 BLAIR,
SANFORD GRANT, GEORGE FISH.
ER, JAS. S. SLOCUM,J. H. SUTPHIN
C. P. MATTFIEWS, DANIEL HOW.
ELL, A. E. HUNT, T.' F. HUNT;
JAMES BLAIR. PRESIDENT; 0. H.
OPEN DAILY FROM NINE A. M.
UNTIL FOUR P. M., AND ON WED.
NESDAY AND SATURDAY -EVE.
NINGS UNTIL EIGHT O'CLOCE.
Feb. 12.1873.-1 y
Th,...Ucdkegraeedotohrewd, fognnteeillytt occupied hJ B. Ym
vet i de) ed
ROOTS & SHOES ! •
HARDWARE ! 1
CROCKERY! &c., &c.
As can he Mend elsewhere, suit at as Dealrable Pries,
0. MIL Crime.
Latwavllle Center. Pa.. March U. IWO.
FIRE, 'LIFE, AD ACCIDENT
Insurance Agency. •
CAMEL REPRESENTED OVER H 9,000,000
Par all e at the Aare of
.X6utroo,ltaros 31~7Ti1 3RD