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ARM AND HOTAEHOLD
I suppose we musttalk and write about
gardening pretty soon, or else get behind
with both articles w-d work.
I had hoped to get my early peas in
this spring by the first of April, but the
weather has been very cold for two or
three days and the prospects for it is
poor. I once had peas for dinner June
sth, that grew out of doors in my garden
here. They were the Early sent, and
were grown as follows: The sod was a
very light sandy loam. It was plowed
and the peas were sown April 3. The
ground was manured with well rotted
compost manure. They were sown in
drills or double rows, three feet apart
from centre to centre, and done in this.
way; Take a shovel plow and make the
furrows three feet apart. and about two
or three inches deep. The bottom of the
furroW will be nearly twelve inches wide
Then with the Barrington or Holbrook
power drop the seed from one to two to
the inch, and cover with the hoe, as the
sower does not cover quite deep enough
They were run through I think, two
or three times with the hand cultivator,
and all of the weeds kept out of the rots
by hand or with the hoe. The above was
the extent of their culti ration. As
before stated, we had some of them for
our dinner June 5. and commenced sel
hun. them Juti. 6, at the rate of ;.42 50 per
• • • •
Last year I trial an experiment with
Early Kent, Dan O'Rourke, and the Lit
The Little Gem came first. O'Rourke
second, and the Early Kent lait, it b:ing
nearly one week later than the Lode
Gent. I intend to try the same experi
meat again this spring and will add one
or two early varieties to the list.
If your ground is .0 good condition to
work do not hesitate to put in your early
peas, If the ground freezes quite hard
after they conic up, it will not lion them.
They are eery hardy and will grow a
tle every day, and thir are one of the
crops that almost always command a high
Price and a paying one, if you can get
They are the first crop to be put into
the ground in the garden, and they should
be followed by early onions, beets, carrots,
radishes. &e., but we will talk more a
bout them next week —J. M. Smith in
Muturlng with Brush
Mr. Clark writing to the Germantown
Telegraph says : My idea was that one
great cause why we could not get as good
crops from old fields as when they were
-first cultivated, was owing in a great part
to the density of the soil. I had observed
that the firsi eight or ten years after
cleaning off the forest the lend would
give good crops with very little care in
plowing ; the reason of this, 1 regard,was
the decaying of innumerable rootlets of
the trees cut down, Ili order to test this
theory I cut about two en-da of water
brush,h ord. hack and o ther small brushes,
and let them lie on a pile exposed to the I
weather a year and then apply barn yard
mare to another half acre adjoining„
The result proved the manure to ben lit
tle the best the first year for corn. Sowed
grass seed the fall after harvesting the
corn. The manured piece did pretty well
for about five years, the brush place did
well for about ten years, proving the the
ory to be correct. I used two tons of ma
nure as a balance for the two cords of
Dashes: the plowing was six or eight
inches deep. I have repeated the experi
ment since, with the same result.
When the farm homestead is adapted
for geese, where there is proper restraint
on the swine, there is nothing pays bet
ter fur keeping on the farm Man a gun
der and three geese. Some have as misty
as four and five geese with one gander,
and the feathers from the voting ones
when killed are valuable without cruelly
pickint , live ones. When there is a com
fortable coop, with choice nests and
there is nothing to di tub them, gees,
will generally mite ten goslins each on
an average ; but if brought to a fresh
place in the spring, or gander or geese
are cnauo ' ed, they srtdom do well the first
season. They are very long lived and
will last any farmer's time on a farm,
Some people are ignorent of the habit of
demesticated geese and suppose they will
only breed in pairs : others think the
picking alive to be very economical
whereas the poor, miserable watches
never do mach else but supply a few
feathers while those who have fine heavy
breeds and manage tbem,so as to sell the
young ones fat at the right season make
a handsome income without stripping
them while living.—Rural .New Yorker.
Hard and Soft Water
Hard water has sometimes been thought
unhealthy. and people have taken great
pains to build cisterns: in their houses,
where rain water' purified might be had
for the table. Bat nature rarely makes
mistakes, and spring water iselmost uni
formly hard. It is fonnd, on esteusive
and careful inquiry, that hard water is
more healthful than soft. The body
needs some of the salts held in solution
in hard water, and suffers if they are not
supplied in the same way. In England,
counties where hard water abounds are
more healthy than those where soft water
is used. The same fact appears in cities,
where the mortality is least in the sec
tions supplied with hard water. Contrary
to this general impression, soft water ac's
on lead pipes more powerfully than hard,
and induces danger. T'iosa who have
built rain water cisterns, thinking them
r era healthy than wars, will need to
tudi the wiser method of nature.
A rirginia correspondent of the Rural
.I , 7cm Yvrker sums up au article on or
chard grass as follows :
"F - w pasture it has had no equal ; for
bay in quality, it cannot be exceled ;
and for seed, no other grass is half so
profitable as orchard grass. Do not be
dim: pointed with the• first year. Like
many of our best grasses, it takes two or
three Tears to come to nerfectiou."
APPLE SCGAIL— Two quarts of tracer.
ikpint of molasses, a rout of ginger, und
boil all together twenty rniorays ; put in
while boiling a peck of par.•d, cored and
quartered apples. Stew unfit tend, r.
Pti-m'Prnnr.ca).—T'wo tg.4.3 2 six ers.ck
ere, t h ree pi n ts
bytter the size of an egg, on , - pp% •.t 1 , 41:
130, r. littl;: all 1.1 :e.
A Bogus Mute MiVere
A. gentleman of Evansville, Indiana'
relates the following incident, which be
witnessed on his way home from
The 6p m, express train from Balti
more westward, was well- packed last
Monday night—two, in every, seat and
many standing in the aisles. Good hu
mor prevailed and many jokes at the ex
pense of the "Standing Committee" were
perpetrated by a' jovial youth from the
Big City. ' At Clarksburg a large delega
tion was added, among the number a
rough looking speciman hailed from
"Paduky." He was greeted with cheers
and invited to take a seat on the stove
Perching himself on the arm of a seat,
ho added to the mirth by relating his a 1-
ventures in Baltimore:
"Well, boys, I'm just from town ; sold
my mules and am gwine back to Padulty.
Sot tering, round last nighl I got lost ;
hired a hack and was tuck ir) the b:g
tavern with marble stabliiloor ; went out
again and dropped in to see the snake
show ; showman took me to a glass•cov
ered case full of watches and jewelry,
and 'snaked' me out of a smart pile, try
ing to win a watch for Bet; dropped in
another place ; feller had three kyards,
and bet me a V I couldn't pick up the
one with a picture on it ; picked up the
wrong oue every time, and lost my pile ;
but I'll git evin when I git home. You
see Bill Thomas is courting my sister ;I'll
play the picture game on him ; win his
horse, saddle and bridal, and make him
Paid four dollar s at thetavern for lodg
; three dollars extra for light ; tried
to blow it nut, and then burned my fin
gers tryin , b to snuff it.
"I'll bet three dollars I can pick it up."
said city youth.
"Oli.you're too smart ; you'll want your
money to buy breakfast. I'll bet you fifty
dollars agin your watch."
"Done,' said city youth, and "Paduky"
had that watch in the twinkling of an
eye. Just then the whistle blew, the cars
stopped, and "Paduky" stepped from the
train to the platform and was lost in the
darkness. It then ocenred to the"city
boy" that he had once heard of "three card
monte,"but he did not think a Paduky
mule driver could play it.
How to Get Passes.
There is a newspaper man in the east
ern part of Michigan, who is being ban
tered as the champion railway pass beg
gar. "Passing" him by, we want to tell
a little story about an old acquaintance
who once published a paper on the line of
Detroit and Milwaukee road. He was a
mighty poor compositer to begin with,
and the first issue of his paper was a
eight to see. He bad borrdweil old Bnchn
and Bitters' stereotypes to fill up with,
and his "salutoray," as he called it, con
tained about two hundred typographical
errors, and half that number of gram
matical blunders. But it wini a founda
tion, and he went to receiving subscrip
tions and sending for railroad passes. He
"went for" superintendents until' ht liad a
pass over every roan in the State, out
these were not enough. He sent abr .ad;
and finally he addressed the superinten
ent of an Ohio road. No answer. The
editor wrote again. No answer. He
wrote a third letter, and an answer en ne
back : "Go to h--!" The editor turn d
the letter over and wrote : "Send me a
pass on your road and I will !" The pats
came and he was made happy.
A Sociable Governor
Governor Powell, of Kentucky, was
never an orator, but his conversational,
story-telling, and social qualities were
remarkable. Hie great fort lay in estab
lishing a personal intimacy with every
person he met, and in this way he was
powerful] in lectioneering. He chewed
immense quantities of tobacco, but he
never carried the weed himself,and always
hgged it of every one he met. His resi
dence was in Henderson, and in coming
up the Ohio past that place, a gentleman
overheard the following characteristic
anecdote of him.
A. citizen of Henderson coming on
board fell iuto conversation with a passen
ger, who made inquiries about Powell.
"He lives in your place, I believe, don't
"Yes, one of our oldest citizens."
"Very sociable man' ain,t he ?"
"Well, I thought so ; I think he is one
of the most sociable men I ever met in
my life—wonderfully sociable. I was in
troduced to him over at Grayson Springs
last summer,and he hadn't been with me
ten minutes when he begged all the to
bacco I had, got his feet in my lap , and
spit all over me—remarkably sociable."
HD Skull too Thin.
A man was tried in Ireland for the
murder of "a ganger,"or excise officer,and
acquitted through the abilit7 of counsel.
The latter was on the following evening,
after the assizes had terminated, enjoy
ing a country walk, when he met his
client of the day before returning home.
He accosted Mr.— in the most free
and easy manner, and the latter, very
much shocked at his levity and of remorse
ful feelings, said—" Don't speak to me after
what hapened to that poor man, as was
proved on your trial."
"It was all his own fault," was the reply
`he said he was a Tipperary man, and it
turned out he• came from the Queen's
'And why was that a fault, and what
difference could it make ?"
"Why. you sPP, your honor, thinking
I could trust what he said, the big liar,
and that he was of my connety, I just bti
him one tap on the head with the shov
el I had in my band, and his skull
went in as if it was„only an egg-shell,or
a sheet of letter paper. lam ashamed
of him, and it was all his own fault."
The epitaphs of Dakota papers are
most oatbetic.Jim Barrett hus been shov
eling snow, from which he omght a bad
cold, which turned into fever. The fever
settled Jim's mundane affairs ; and a 10.
cal paper saga, most affectingly. in his
obituary. "11e won't have to-shovel snow
in the conntry he hag gone to."
"Och." said a love-sick' Hibernian,
"what recreation it is to be dying of love!
It sets The heart aching so delicately
there's no takinga wink of sleep for the
pleasure of the pain !" •
Yrs.r rfon cal , a them ‘ria int. , gnats
tr (1 site setaally to the aWt. t_
thr her eon Inc.
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National, Phil's. 000
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Lycomlng Fire $0. 0 00,000
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Travelers Ins.Co.,Elartford.esPtudend Serplatil.fre.CCO
Hallway Passengers 1350,C00.
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the put nrears.as an Insurance Agent. LOifell I antolued
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BILLINGS STROUD, Agent.
CHART RR H. SMITH, Solicitors.
Montrose.. Dec. U.
Miner c Coats
Jima M. 1873.—t4
J. U. DAMS. 0. B. Brun. I 0.0. aLANDIXO.
BINGRAISTOrs MARBLE WORKS,
BARNES BROS. & MINDING !
DEALIMS IN AND MANITPACTUitIntS OF
italian & asuerican nvbito,
AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITES,
Marble and Slate Mantles,
26 . Cheaango St., Near Depot,
Ma9ll. 181& BIIICILIANTON. N. Y.
FURNITURE WARE !
EVERYTHING NM AND STYLISH !
AIM 3E ) . 41r.3i:Pcommaerivms
60 Washington St., Binghamton,
Consisting of everything nameable in that
bnsinesa. Repturing promptly done.
611,001/111 . /RV.
PRICES RILA.v. 4.111. E. Natiabetlon gaszantead.
a ...Y:' --3.
0 a g,
Has 'Fallen Oat of
C. B. PERRY & CO.'S,
BINGHAMTON, N. Y.
An Immense Stock Just Bought from
THE GREAT FAILURES
of New 'England, M prices
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN
Binghamton, Nov. 12.1673.-U.
Would call attaotton to Ida New Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Now on sale, In new
1 Illr 600102 9
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, BLACK
AND COLORED ALPACAS,
NEW STYLE OF PRINTS,
SHAWLS, WATER-PROOFS, FLAN
NELS, BALMORAL, AND 1100 P
SKIRTS, VELVETS, HOSIERY,
HEAVY WOOL GOODS, -CARPETS, OIL
CLOTHS, PAPER HANGINGS, BUFFA
' LO AND LAP ROBES, FURS, HATS
am) CAPS; BOOTS Aso SHOES,
HARD W AIIE,IRON,N AILS,
STEEL, STOVES AND
In great variety, and will be sold on the most
favorable terms, and lowest priLes.
New Milford, Tan. 28th, 1874. i
PAINTS AND OILS
A FINE STOCK AT
B. B. LYONS & Co.'s
Montrose, May 14, 1673.
CARPETS AT SO cwrs AND UPWARDS
—Less than N, It. Prices—
Hp 14. 'Td. For Sale by B. U. LYONS & Co
suGe• TEA, COFFEE,
At Low Flguras at
WALL END WINDOW PAPERS.
A Large Stock,
And New Patterns Received Every
Week Direct From the
B. IL LYONS dc CO
s r/ , C10.0.1 T7lroc►d.
and John Cleric•. Spool Thread.
White Black, and Colored—from No. 8 to No. 133, at
15 cons per dozen. For sale by
• B. IL LYONS & CO
ifontrolie, May 14.162.—t1
mull YE! HEAR TEA
All ye_good people having anything to do be
fore the Honorable Judges of what is good 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 nail and save your
fines. And know ye all tbat
A. F. BULLARD
is constantly receiving large additions to his
stock of Choke Groceries and Provision, such as
Wheat and Buckwheat, Flour, Corn and Oat
Meal, crushed Wheat and Graham Flour,liams„
lard, and fish, dried fruit, and berries,fresh fruits
and vegetables of all kinds, (in their season,)
=agars, (tnanle,) also molasses and syrup, tens
and coffee, of the very best qualities, spices,
soaps, salt, crackers, and cheese, raisins, figs,
geletine candles, candies and nuts, books and
stationery, Yankee notions, tobacco and cigars,
cannedgoods, a vety large stock of the very
best qualities, and all at extremely low prices
for cashSbr ready pay.
Montrof:e.lan. 7th 1874.
A NEW AIMANGE=RIT
PIANOS & ORGANS,
At L. B.fribell's nrwelry Stand.
Where. larger end better stock of the followbg
Norther will bo f n
Pe ound then elsewhere in
FINS AKEUTICAN WATCHER
SOLID SILVER &PLATED WARE
PINE TABLE CUTLERY. (OF ALL KINDS)
cud a general assortment of Modal Merchandise,
Sheet M .de, Violin Sizings, etc.. etc.'
All Ftne Watch Reperteg I Sewing Machines and Or.
done.(as asnaL) by Baas Repaired by
L. B. Isbell. F. Meihnish-
Moll & littelhnish.
BECKELOW d BROTHER
DEALERS IN ALL JUNDS OF COF
FINS, CASKETS,. ETC.,
IaOIIDZEB PROMPTLY ATTWIDED TO
♦. Ilinurx • Pso.
Dingis and Ideditsiites.
n WA A PL. -.le 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 question
is tamest daily asked, "What is the cause'
of the unparalleled success of VINECIAII Ma
tzos?" Our 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 Vinictta Brrrees
in healing the sick of every disease man is
heir to. They are a gentle Purgative as
well as a Tonic, relieving Congestion or In
flammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs,
in Bilious Diseases.
If men will enjoy good health, let
them use Vrssoaa BrrrEss es 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
etroyea by mineral poison or other means,
and vital organs wasted beyond repair.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vrtmosz
Drrrmas the most wonderful Invigorant that
over inistained 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, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Bra
zos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile,
Savannah,Roanoke,James,and many others,
with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Stammer and Au
tumn, and remarkably so during seasonaJof
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, fa essentially necessary.
There is no cathartic for the purpose equal
to Dn. J. Wsrican's VLVECILB Brrrans, 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, Hea‘lache,
Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness
of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of
the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bil
ious Attacks, Palpitation of tho
mati on 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 King's Evil, White Swel
lings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neek,
Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, ota
Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes,
eta., etc. In these, as in all other constitu
have shown their great curative powers in
the most obstinate and intractable eases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remittent
and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the
Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder, these
Bitters have no equal. Such Diseases are
caused by Vitiated. Blood.
Mechanical Diseases.—Persons 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 Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of weraren's WY
ECI.III Brrrsus occasionally.
For Shin Diseases, Eruptions, Tatter,
Salt 'Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pus
tules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ringworms, Scald
Head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scarfs,
Discoloration of the Skin, Humors and
Diseases of the Skin of whatever name or
nature, are literally dug up and carried out
of the system in a short time by the use of
Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lurk
ing in the system of so many thousands, aro
effectually destroyed and removed. No sys
tem of medicine, no vermifuges, no anthel
minitics, will free tho system from worms
like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young or
old, married or single, at the dawn of wom
anhood or the tarn of life, these Tonic 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 sensible treatment is to promote
the secretion of the bile and favor its re
moval For this purpose use VINCI3.III
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood - when
ever you find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Bores;
cleanse it when you find it obstructed and
sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it is
foul; your feelings wil tell you when. Keep
the blood pure, and the health of the system
ss. sa. DIe.DONALD £
_ - .
Dinged' and Galena Agent', Sao Yrs=law, Cantata%
and car. Wasdangton and Marlton eta, Few Task.
Mold f?y all Druggists rust Dealers.
Sept. 10th. 1813 -1,.
A. N. BULLARD.
Mackatroege. Pext.73. 9 ea.,
is continually reeivlng, NEW GOODS, and keeps ton.
%homily ou nand a full arm desirable ammettneat of gen
uine DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEM /LUIS, Paint., t•lis
Dycstnffs, 'TEAS, Spices, and other grocerlui, plune
ware, wall paper. ghee-ware, fruit Jam*, minors. lamps.
chimneys, kerosene. machinery oily, tanners' oil. beft.ll
- oil,' relined Whale 011, oil for lanterns. oil for
'tidal machines, 011ve Oll,Spertn Oil,Splrlts Toper,
thce.Vitralshes,Canary Seed. ilitiegar.Potash.Conect.
traced Lye. Axletirease, Trusses. clopporterr,Mediall
Instruments Shoulder Drates, Whip., Guns, Pistol.
Cartridges, Powder, Shot, Lead, Goo Caps,(llastlue
Powdersnd Vase. VloLins,Stringa Itorra.ete.
Fifes, eta., Visb Millieaco Llncs.Ba ran d TolletSoaps
Mar Oils, Hair Restorers. and lair Dyes. Drnehea,
Pocket Knives Spectacles, Silver and Silver Plated
tlo . o . n o o rl Forts , eac la tits* s. Deatlst Articles. a goner)
FANCY GOCDII, :SW EMI, sod PERFUMERY
lb el ending and hest lands ol
IaWELIES & CLOCKS,
The people are lair - lied to call at the Droa• and Varlet)
Store of ABltt. TU/tItELI.
1f . 0b.1.1813. Eatablleheu 1848
S. S. CAMPBELL dr. CO
FINE, PLAIN AND HOLMES CINDY.
Impart ors and in ronsiairPIWITEINVTI3 o ke.
Fire Works Constantly, on Hand.
Nos. , 11221/Larket IX sus 417 Merchant et. Phil's
1410 lb. 19;4.-Iy. w.
We tutu an ample supply et Cucuta Plutet on bud.
THTANY a mem&
Neettrou Depot, Ilattb 38,183.-1011
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THE GREAT ItrAtEDY FOR
which can be cured by a
timely resort to this stand
ard preparation, as haS 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 Lung complaints,
and is offered to the public,
sanctioned by the experience
of over forty years. When
resorted to in season it sel
dom fails to effect a speedy
cure in the most severe
cases of Coughs, Bronchitis,
. Croup, Whooping Cough,
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
BETH W. POWLE & BON% acst®, Huas
And *old by Druggist* and Dealcra generally.
*.`.♦ T'" c - rt, VEGETABLE SICILIAN
evi‹.l% Fr ATB
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;
mid it is the only reliable and perfect
ed preparation for restoring GRAY
on Kum:. Hera to its youthful color,
making it soft, lustrous, and silken..
The scalp, by its use, becomes white
and clean. It removes all eruptions
and dandruff, and, by its tonic prop
erties, prevents the hair from falling
out, as it stimulates and nourishes
the hair-glands. By its use, the hair .
grows thicker and stronger. In
baldness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will create a new growth, except in
extreme old age. It is the most eco
nomical Ilan - DEESSEW ever used,'
as it requires fewer applications,
and gives the hair a splendid, glossy
appearance. A. A. Hayes, - M
State Assayer of Massachusetts, says,
"The constitbents are pure, and care
fully selected for excellent quality;
and I consider it the BEST PREPA
RATION for its intended purposes."
Sal b 5 a Druggist+, and /Marrs fa Medbluel.
Price O Dollar.
FOE TECO INTIZEIBEBES.
As our Renewer in many cases
requires too long a time, and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, we have prepared this
dye, in one preparation, which will
quickly and effectually accomplish
this result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color watch will
neither rub nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents. '
Manufactured by R. P. HALL, & CO,
N 68817.6 . H.B.
.Ayer's Cathartic Pills ,
For the relief and
cure of all derange.
menu in the store.
ash, liver, and bow.
els. They area mild
Being pu en
, table th ey. contain
no mercury ermine.
ny: cal whatever. Much
serious sickness and
• suffering br prevent
ed by their then
nse; and every Welly should have them on band
for their protectioh and relief, when required.
Long experience has proved them to be the saf.
est, surest, and best of all the Pills with which
the market abounds. By their occasional use,
the blood Is partied, the corruptions of the sy►
tea expelled, obstructions removed and the
whole machinery of life restored to its healthy
activity. Internal organs which become clogged
and sluggish are cleansed by Ayres Pills, and
stimulated lute action. Thus incipient dbease
is changed Into health, the value of which change
when reckoned on the vast multitudes who enjoy
makeshardly be computed. Their sugar ng
them pleasant totake. and pre.servest
virtues unimpaired for any length of time, so
that they are ever fresh, and perfectly tellable.
Although starching. they are mild. and operate
without disturbance to the constitution, hi' diet, or
sewmt Fujidirection are given on the wrapper to
each box, how to use them as a Family Physic,
and for the following complaints, whic h MUG
nits rapidly cure:—
For Dyspepsia, or Indlgestion, Listless.
nese, Languor and Loss of Appeitlte,they
should be taken tnoderntely to stimulate the stew
men, and restore Its healthy tone and action.
For Liver Coroplains and to varioussymp
toms, Dillon. Idetaltruhe, dick need.
oche, Jaundice or Green Sickness, dill.
lens Collo and Hiltons revers, they should
be Judiciously taken for each ease, to correct the
diseased action or remove the obstructions which
For Dysentery or Dlarrinens but one
mild dose Is generally
For Illbenusattans. Gout, Gravel, Pal.
pigsties" of the Ilteart, Pain in the
Old*, Back and Loins, they should be condo.
timidy taken, es required, to change the diseased
Salon of the system. With , such change then
omop a Dos u a me
they should bo taken in large and frequent dote
to produce the effect of a drastlo purge.
For eloppresslon, a large dose should be
taken, as it products the desired effect by sine
AA a Dinner LW, take one or two Pills to
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulotes the stomach and
bowels, restore, the appetite, and invigorates th e
system. Hence It Is ohne, advantageous when
no serious derangement exists. One who feels
tolerably well often finds that a dose of these
Pills makes him feel decidedly better, hem Welt
cleansing and renovating effect on the digestive
Dr.T. C. AYES CO,Praeyeal CAeustiAt a
zorrzzz, AGM, 47. 8:4.
11 . 08 BALE lIT ALL DRUGGISTS EVTALTIVILELL
/MINTED AT THIS MICE.
linty Business Direatory.
Two Ilo4ei this Directory, One yeas. $1.50; ela ad
Oltional Ilse, 50 seats. •
... ~ ISONTROSE . .. . '
/lino rARMALT, Attorney at Law, oMra and
door b wTarbell Doris. Public Arenue.•
Wit. U . OPER A CO.: Bankers. sell Foreign Psi
wire This end Drafts on Englandelrclazol and Scot
land. 1 ,
BILLINd STROUD. Genera Fire and Life funk
"Acme Ants ; also, sell Maltose and AccidentTiskete
to Nerrbrkand Philadclphis. Moe one door east
WM. lIIOIIWOUT, Slater, Wholesale end Itetat. '
dealer 11 kinds of slate roodng, Montrose. Pa.
the place to got Drags and Neill,
, a re . Tobacco, Pipes, Poaet-Books, Opiate
• else Y ee Notion,. at. Stick Block. '
WM. L. X, Harness maker and dealer le all articlei
astiallyent by the trade, opposite the Dank. •
1101mCORWIN. Dealers to Stores, Hartivaii:
and M fitment of Tin and Shoal:on ware, corner
of Mar nd Turnpike street.
I. N. lILLAitu. Dealer in urocerise, Provisiosi
Doolultationcry and Yankee NoUons, at bead
) NEW MILFORD.
soy, Desi.. ,- - - -
L. L. LebY, Dealer In all Woo of farming lmnii.;
menispowlng machinee, with rubs, dog powers,
etc.. eh, Main St., opposite Saving. Bank. (dm.
CATIIO LASTER—NICIIOLAS SHOEMAKER,dcs:;
er hi ulna Capra Plaster.. Fresh ground.
BAY'S 13",b31. NEW IIiILFORD.-fir per cent, in
tercet all Deposits. Dees • general Banking Bon
nese. 1-tf 'B. B. CHASE & CO.
F. F. Blißillt. Carnage Maker and Dndertakei,
Main tr ea t, twadoore below Ilawley's Store.
MaCOLIOII BROTHERS. Dealers in Groceries an
ProviSns, on Male street.*
B.GARMT & SON. Dealers in Floor. Feed, Ma,
Salt, Ina, Cement, Groceries and Provision' oci
Melo Erect, opposite the Depot.
AINEY i HAYDEN, Dealers in Dregs and McMillan'
and Manfactuters of Cigars, on Main Street, mat
J. DICURSIAN. Ja.. Dealer lb general mental:utile
and Cbthing, Brick Store. on Main Street.
U. M. 'iVOLEY—Dcaler to Stoves, Copper. Eras
and Seedron Ware, Cadlogo. 6e. 'Also, manntaetar
er of beet Metals to order. See Trough and Lead Pipe
busies* attended to at lair prlces—Olbsoa Hollow.
L. 8. UNUMM, idanulhetnrer of Lastbet.and &alas
In geeral Merctuandlae, on Slain Street.•
U. P. 8:81AN, Merchant Tailor and dealer In Reek,
ktadeClotblng, Dry Gooda,Grocerl ea and Provislarna
BOYD & CORWIN
Comer of Mein and:Tampa, Stil.,
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
ra'aillms, by tb.c, 32C.C,Cr
Thanks to onr Friends for PM Favors
We would be more tbanktel to one and all who know
hey have aneattled account. with 01.11 they won:d call
d settle by the diddle ut March utzt.
Feb. t, 1614.
SCRANTON WINGS BM,
120 Wyommg Avenue,
RECEIVES MONEY ON DEPOSIT
FROM COMPANIES AND INDWID
UALs, AND RETURNS THE SAME
ON DEMAND WITHOUT PREVI
OUS NOTICE. ALLOWING INTER
EST AT SIX PER CENT. PER AN
NUM, PAYABLE HALF YEARLY,
ON THE FIRST DAYS OF JANU
ARY AND JULY. ASAFE AND RE
LIABLE PLACE OF DEPOSIT FOR
LABORING MEN, MINERS, 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 RESI'ECTS A HOME IN
sTITUTION, AND ONE WHICH IS
NOW RECEIVING THE SAVED
EARNINGS OF THOUSANDS UPON
! rHOUsANDS OF SCRANTON MIN
! ERSANI) MECHANICS.
DIRECTORS ; JAMES BLAIR,
sANFOI,D GRANT, GEORGE FISH
ER. JAS. S. SLOCUM, J. H. SUTPHIN
c. P. MA'FTHEWS; DANIEL HOW.
ELL, A. E. HUNT, T. F. HUNT:
JAMES 131, I It. PRESIDENT; O. C.
OPEN DAILY FROM NINE A. M.
UNTIL FOUR P. M., AND ON WED.
NEsDAY AND SATURDAY EYE.
NINGS UNTIL EIGHT &GLOM.
Feb. 12. 1873.-1,
Tandersigned havini refitted. refurrisbed and
IL restocked the store, formerly occupied by R. Hen
an, Jr., at Lasessille Ceetre,tre now prepared to faro
tab the people with as desirable rellety of
HOOTS & SHOES! '!
As can be found elsolettere, and at as Desirable Priers
0. M. Crane.
Laweville Canter, Pa.. Mann !4.1.071.
FIRE, LIFE, AND ACCIDENE
CAPITAL REPRESENTED OVER 1120,000.00 L
Dec, 11. lira
J: ata SUP FLOUR
Dar ule at the atorci of
Xcatrome, Monti 11. Zrit,-*Wf
A 4, WEN'.