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tarm and fionothatd.
A New Grain Binder
Prof Dana, iu the Wedern New Yorker I
thus talks of it •, "A new era has dawned:
in the cultute of the cerals, the gold age 1
of farmers and tarmers' wives, a day of . l
deliverance froin a crowd of hungry, high
priced laborers in harvest times. l'xir.l
Daunt, Merhe.rson of Caledonia, New!
York, has invented ' an attachment to thei
Mart. Ilar‘ester, which lauds securelyl
with N: , . 19 annealed wire, the grain aa,j
fast as it is cut. A tr ial of the machine
was brit on the farm of tile inventor, it;
the presence of seven ~. ram farmers a:.d
machinists. The trio vas a perfect sue'
cess. ..No better work was ever dune it a
harvest field. Every spear was bound in
the he yes ; no rakings were left. This
strip, Wteon feet wide, between the
standing grain and the straight line of
bound she ices, was perfectly smooth and;
elean. 'The line of sheaves, arranged
.niii.tary precision, to eked like a
b.. 1.1.1,.i. et soldiers. The iron tingvrs of!
t.. , e nmehine bind thistles as easily as 1
rain. .i liouut gloves. The draft is about
the same as that of ordinary reapers
which do not bind. A team of medium
w.ight made very easy work of it. In
going SI , : times around a five acre field of
outs not a failure occurred which could
1.,e iotribut.i , d to any fault of the llit.der i
Tic wire, Which aas of 11, 1 poor quality
and balk reeled, was broken a yew times:
One circuit was Made without missing a
Mr. J. M . Kinnon, a skillful machined
who has repeatedly examined the ma ,
chine, says that it cannot possibly fail to
do its work perfectly and that, if well
made on 000 d material, it will last a life
time. The machinery is very simple,very
strung and works with very . little noise
and friction. Major H. T. Itrookti
thought that the binder would save the
wages and board of five strong men, say
fifteen dollars a day, during harvest time.
Wiih it, n man can cut rake and bind
ten acres a day. It can be - set to bind a
sheaf once in any - required distance; arid
if the grain is very uneven, the distance
passed over Cam be var i ed fur each sheaf
by tears of a lever worked by the foot.
Sheaves may be bound tight or loose by
varying the tension on the wire. All oli=
jeetion to the use of wire bands is obviat
ed by the use at threshing time of a pair
o f nippers y.hich cut the wires and nold
it fast by the one end until it is dropped
into a basket. The wire bands can thug
lie rrow‘ed as rapidly as straw ones can
Nut au objection could be raised by
any one present Which was not fully're•
moved. The inventor has been studying
and working upon his invention for fif•
teen years, and has expended $15,000
upon it. A bushel basket would hold the ,
result, but 150,000 would not buy it.—
The mother, wife and sister of the inveri
tor were present at the trial. Their de.
hg - ht °etr its success may be imagined... 4
Tile natltm and the world will reiterate
their joy. MThearson's binder must be
as world renowned as M'Cormick's reap
_. That the haventor may not in any'
'any lw -, se thi• honor or the pecuniary re•
ward of his labors is the earnest wish tii"
the writer.—Bural .Nets Yorker.
A correspondent of Gardener's Month=
ly alludes what he considers the best
four apples known. First he places Me
nocher's no core ; this we noticed some
time ago as being an apple 'of-superior
merit, and claimed to produce neither
erect or core.
Second he places Afenocher's best win:-
ter, "medium size, handsome and well fliti
Third on the list he places a nameless
~pple which he thus describes: "Third
the largest and best flavored winter apple
1 lia•te Bier seen—much resembling the
Fallawatea, (so much so that some fruit
men pronounce it identical,) but much
firmer and greatly excelling in flavor
when fully rive, ripening in March anti.
April. The apple originated in my fatti
er s orchard, on the north bank of the
Cony in river, in this immediate
neighborhood. The original tree was in
bearing over sixty years ago to my certain
knowledge as Ina eye witness.
"The fourth apple also seems to be
without a name, and is thus described:
"Fourth is a solitary tree about seventy.
seven years old, in Mr. G. S. Nabon's or-
chard, planted by his grandfather about
1797. It is aatd by old pers:ons, that this
tree bore very large apples while young.
It yet bears apples of a very respectable
size. Last Apt il I saw a number of nice
e l and fipples without a rotten speck or ;a
mark of frost, which had been ploughed
down the fall before, and had kin in that
condition during the many changes of
freezing and thawing. Some of the same
I kept till in July, and Mrs. Nation (since
deceased.) told me she had often kept the
apples of tha till the 4th of July,
which were I as sound ailitsolid tie
they were when they were taken off the
tree, and ehe said she "did not know how
long they might have been kept, if she
had only had enough of them.' •
Any i 4 our readers who may be
posed to know more of
. these apples, can
no doubt do so by addressing T. S. Reid,
New Florence, Pa. Mr. Reid claims to
bare been secretary of the - "Orst
tural society west of Pennsylvania,' viz::
this Behyd,ut County Agricultural Society
In theArst place, obsearnsdways to lay
your meat in the bottom of the Timor.
pot, cutting the meat up. or, if s bone,
cracking it well. , A 'tiny of. btittek Add;
richness, but it is not necessary. Select'
such herbs and vegetables, as:yomprefei,
cut them tip very small afidlaYciveitfiti
meat, with a very little livater,:and-a can;
tiously small piece of salt.. Cover the
vessel with a close fitting lid sudiet it-by
slow fire. This will draw out 'all thi
iiertis,unti roots giving the soup a differs,
ilivor froth which is imparted by put.
titig the full quantity of water ir at &ref..
Turn the meat frequently. When the
gravy_produced is almost dried up. fill
your pot with a sufficient quantity of was
ter, to -make soup enough for your family,
.large shank bone of beef three
quart, or even one gallon is . Dot too
much to 11119 w. When your soup is done.
take it off the fire to cool, andgkini thor
°ugh Iv. Put it on again, and be sore not
to dish it up unless Wiling hot. -.Bee..are.
fat to add sa lt and other high flavored
condiments sparingly; every table is pros
sided with salt-cellar - and castors, so that
a deficiency in these respects may be easi;
ly rectified; not so an .over quantity. ff
ot h thicken n than the vegetables used,
is deemed advisable, brown the flour of
all soups save chicken, veal and oyster
When fowls appear out of order and
lose appetite, a change of food is oftenf
euflieient to restore them. The . fciOd
shbuld, be mixed with a littlelinseed
meal, and a small quantity of pepper.aud
a small piece •of copperas . dissolved'in' :
tht:ir diinkiag-water would be tisefuL—e.
sulfer more from want of-clean:
- water, and from badly ventilated and
;lean roosting places, than from anyettiel.
. . . •
Sense and Nonsense.
Imagination rules the world.
It is too late to spare when all is spent.
Ambition, like a torr..nt, never looks
Moonlight mechanics ii the latest for
It is a fraud to borrow, what we are not
able to repay.
Friendship, like iron, is fragile if ham
mered too thin.
Stohee and idle words are things not to
be thrown at random.
The lives of the best of us are spent
in choosing between evils.
The word comet is lrorn,the Greek, and
means literally "a hairy star."
No entertainment is so cheap as read
ing, :tor any pleasure so lusting.
The universe would not be rieli7enough
to buy the vete of au honest umu.
Half the ills we hoard within our
hearts.are ills because we hoard thew.
Thi.re is no substitute for thorough
going, ardPut, and sincere earnestness.
The follies of youth become the vices
of manhood and the disgrace of old age.
No wonder that egotists trod the world
so ugly. They only see themselves in it.
Scans too often sanctions the wore
and the wildest schemes of human ambi
Truth's supreme revelations come in
sorroirto iudi'iduals, and in war to na
The world may make a man unfortu
nate but not miserable; that is from
The grandest of heroic deeds are those
which are performed within fodr walls,
and in domestic privacy.
Refusal on the part of a husband to
push the baby wagon on Sundays fa to be
made ground for a divorce.
Modern education too often covers the
fingers with iings, and at the same time
cuts the sinews at the wrist.
"Tom, what in the world put matri
mony into your head ?" "Well, the fact
le, I was getting short of shirts."
A newspaper is the only . instrument
which can drop the same thought into a
thousand minds at the same time.
All sects are different, •because they
Come from men; morality is everywhere
the same, because it comes from God.
There are pictures by Titian so titeeped
in Golden splendors that they look as if
they would light up. a dark room like a
A lady correspondent of a Western
Journal thinks there ought to be stikttite
of lamentation against the reappearance
df long-lcat husbands.
The reciprocal respect due from man
to man ought always to appear in com
pany, and curb all the irregularities of
our fancies and humor.
The essence of tilie:nobility4 neglect
of self. Let the thbailp t . of 7aelf.laass in
and the beauty of a:great:adroit us gone,
like the bloom from
,a inflect flo*er;
False happinesi is likee - false Money; it
passes for a time as well as the 'tree, but
when it is brought to the touch; : we find
the lightness mil and feel Ilia loss
It is in vain to' say, "I• will and
people will know , -it.". They . Will not
k hOW it. They.. do ncit- desire Out
of a thousand, perhaps,- not pay. arp just.
A little boy was asked abontliieltory
of Joseph, and if he knetir,iliefi4ikong
his brethren did in dispositk..of-him,
when he, replied, "I itippose' they sold
him too cheap."
It is a startling Mystery how the pres
ence of an old maid and a bald beaded
man will cast a gloom over a pic-hic par•
ty, which even pickled clams can only.
The bite of a man is said to breed hy
drophobia, but this new won't diminish
the number of couples who coo over the
gates as the evening shadows lurk in the
Coleridge. when lectuling, while a
young man was once vOilently hissed. He
immediately retorted: When a cold
streamof truth is poured on red-hot iron
prejudice, rio wonder they hiss."
The last dath of nekvspaper enteprise
must be credited to the Milwaukee News
a paper which is printing the lives of
of the signers of the declaration of lode
pendence, regardless of expense.
young gentleman at the depot yes
terday was overheard to remark. "Sarah
you are too all-killen' sweet," and a few
moments alterwards permitted her to pay
her street car fare up to the city.
What is pleasanter," asks an exchange,
"than to sit .1p for two long hours with
the handsomest girl in town ?" To get
shoe-makers wax on your trousers, and
keep her all night picking it off.
Haste turns usually upon a matter of
ten minutes too late, and may be avoided
by a habit like that of Lord Nelson, to
which be ascribes his success in life, of
being ten minutes too early.
prominent - public office.
heal this:notice posted, ttin'
ded , Because TOP OPretrit l P
-- :Depend lapin' it, if e man talks of bier
misfortunes There is something -in -thenr
'tliat is not._ disagreeable tn . '
whOe. there IS: nothing „brit . Ore muiCry
their. iitileverany recourse . to the mention
"Zoy..said a traveller" to , a
.youth whom be encountered, "don't you.
hear Tour lather- speaking ?" "Oh
y-sett-e;' replied the youth, "but I don't
mind what he says. Mother dont neith
er ; and, twist, she and I we've about got
the dog so he don't."
• A frenehmen having beard the word
preds made use of it to signify persuasion,
as 'Press that gentleman to take some-.
thing to e'er took occasion one evening
a t a p ar ty to use a term which be thought
synonymous, and begged a friend to
squeeze a young lady to sing.
• Ghateauneuf, keeper of the seals - of
Louis XIIL, when a boy of only nine
yeare old, was asked many question by a
bishop, and gave very prompt answers to
them all. At length the prelate said :"I
will give you anorange if you, tell me
where God is." "Illy lord," replied the
boy, "I will giie you two if you will tell
where he is not."
A certain amount of opposition is a.
great help to amen, Kites rise against
the wind, and not with the wind; even
a bead-wind is better than none.. No
man ever worked his 'passage anywhere
in calm. Let do man wax pule, therefore
because, of opposition ;; opposition is
what he wants and, must; have to be good
for anything. . Nardship is, the native
soil of manhood and self-reliance.
THE , MONTROSE DEM.OOEATE . , W.ecinesd.ay, 18th, 18'75.
NEW AIMANGEEENT 1
Tim People's DHE Storo.
L N. BULLARD, PROPRIVTOR:
R. KEN YON. Rengest Apothecary.
PATENT MEDICINE ERPORIMI
The undersigned would respectfully announce 1.0 all
the people everywhere, that to him already extensiv.
stocic and variety of Merchandise In the Grocery, Pro•
vision. and Hardware:line.
He has added a v ry choice assortment of PURE
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICLNES, BRUSHES, PER.
EMERY, &c.. which he flatters bums if be can assure
the public they will find It to their advantage to exam.
the before.pnrehasing elseethere.• To all Physicians in
thin settlon of the county be would respectfully an
nounce that he has secured the services of R. Kenyon.
aa Druggist and Apothecary, above long experience and
acknowledged care and ability, entitle him to your en.
tireeouldence in the line of comootanding 'Medicines
or preparing prescriptions, and who would also esteem
It an especial favor to receive calls from any of his old
-ustomers or new ones. Will make the Patent Medl -
sines • specialty. Also Domestic and Foreibm Mineral
Watts—an extensive stock. Also fine Groceries—
LETBIO*B EXTRACT OF BEEF. FRESH SALMON
PICKLED CANNED cLAmg, Lops Tuns,
PEAS. CORN. BEANS. OYSTERS, 6.c., Ae.
c& fact. anythlnd and everething tha remain ornarily
Raapectinlly soliciting a call I
I. N. BULLARD
Powder! Powder! Powder!
Blasting, SIN and Bbot Powder, Shot, Lbad, Gun
Tubes, Caps, de Pouc h de., f es o , r
saFlas loby ks, Fuse. de.,
Montrose. Sept. 9.lB't4—U•
At No. 33 Court Street,
DINintADITON, N. Y.
As we brie pet returned from the City of New'York
alter purchasing &large and well selected stoek of
FALL AND wLvrEa GOODS
of all kinds bought from firm hands, we are now pre
pared to offer goods at prices that will satisfy the
closest buyer. We havealso added to our large stock
of Dry Goods, an immense stock of CLOTS, CA6BI.
11:11BM,Arro BEAVERS for Men and Bo'ys wear.
Wean nowpreparixi to make"
SUITS FOR ALL
who will give us a call ins we have first class worgmen
engaged for the season.
Ladles and Gentlemen. you will please call and exam
ine our stock before you purchase elsewhere.
Thankful for past favors, we hope for a continnation
of the same.
We remain, Tours Respectfully,
C.t.h A. CORTESY
Binghamton, Sept. 23,11874.—tf.
PAINTS AND OILS.
A FINE STOCK AT
B. R. LYONS & Co.'s.
Montrose, Ray 14, 1573.
CARPETS AT SO CENTS AND UPWARDS
—Less than EL Y. Prices—
May 14.73. For Sale by B. B. LYONS &Co
SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE,
and o heT
At Loa Plgarea at
B. R. LYONS & CO.'S
WALL AND WINDOW PAPERS.
A Large Stock,
And New Patterns Received Every
Week Direct From the
B. IL. LYONS £ CO.
S zpocol '7E'lx.retza.
Clark's 0. N. T.,
and John Clark's Spool Thread.
Mate. Mask. and Colored—front No. S to N 0.136, at
75 Cents per dozen. For sale by
B. B. LYONS & CO.
Montma, May la. UMELT—SI
The Cheapest Place
ROC 1 i hi OnatilcCO'll
-,,J", i .. Ai . '
--maw Avp i tri w t, Aga=
HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE;
OAK TANNED, LEATHER BELTING
. RUBBER BELTING AND ,
PACKING, ETC., ETC., ETC.
We aro Agents for
EMMY inTsoN & sostr
outoutiut gm olioss-on SAWS,
AND JQIIN. RATLIZarB
' Celebrated Hand-Oat;
Inneismton, Oct.lo, 187 E , , -
Wholesee',4 Retail Deolen!s
OADWARE, IRON, STEEL. , •
• 'NAILS,' SPIKES, .SHOVELS,
AIN, RAIL, DODD TIIIIMINE d7' R IL ADIKRA
RAILROAD d DINING SUPPLIER
CARRIAGE AXLES, WINS AND
BOXER. BOLTS. NUTD and WARNERS,
IRONS, IIL73B,BPORES, _ .
RELLORD,BRAT SPINDLES. BONA. de. • •
ANVLLS, VICES, STOVES and DIES, BELLOWS
115311411ER13 SLEDGES, FlLES.lteate. • - - ~C IRCULAR AND IMLLIMAIVS, Boma o;PAciatto
TACKLE BLOCKS PLASTER. •PARIO. • • •
cauerrjum GRINDSTONES___ .
WINDOW GLASS,LEATIIER 4SV/AIKNIIS
RAIRDAZUCS SCAM. •• • • •-•
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0 With every iota of unnecessary ex-
pones cut off—
Buying at First Hands whole Car
goes of Goods at one time—
Watching the Market, and using
' Cash when it is Cash—
Manufacturing systematically and
with a Business Experience of Four
Basing our Selling Prices upon
Money paid Down at Once, and thus td
mf4 save ourselves from losses and delays
,),,, imusualkitong Proper
0 of goods on Tickets, a nd in Plain Fig
ures, so that CHILDREN may Buy as Q
1 Safely as GROWN PEOPLE—
Returning the Money when Parties
Prefer to Return their Purchases—
Thorough Attention to all Depart-
The Doubt Dispelled.
I. N. BULLARD
Wm. Hayden, New Ift.ford, Pn., Is now offerinnan
satins now stock of
cskroltabt selected for Spring nod Summer Trade
BOOTS AND SHOES
the largest and beat variety In Northern Panneylvantn
Hats dit, Caps,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Yankee No
Every article Warranted as Repreeented. No Variation
New Milford. May lath
M MOE Pie C) FL ITT WE !
The undersigned will keep constantly on hand and
for tato, very low.
I=sha e t orLs,
(for ono or Iwo horsosi
TOP & OPEN BUGGIES,
wing WASTER'. PAT_IT
Heavy spring wagons. second hallo carriages and op
en and top boggles. for sale cheap. •
Will make to order to suit parties, all 1 Inds of tar
/Ines. Work Warranted. Repairing done neatly.—
Shop at Springville, Pa.
Enquire at D. L. & W. Express Office of
D. D. SEARLE.
• Mon trope, Pa.,
Or •t Springville of E. If. CULVER.
Montxove June 8, 11374.—tf.
MONEY SAVED !
'EtasdoPirie ' d, it' the 'otti iciiatfUe et M. S. Wllson, • ln
tha•Brick Block Montrose, and we shall be pleased to
sea alk , ol nor old friends and the, many new ones we
hope gala_ Our dock Itllleonalstof • ••
il t Nalls and Ilardwar()
tnlargo.qoantitles anti variety. Stone-Ware, WOOO
Ware. Goase-Bettnishing Goods and Groceries. Wr
shaligirepsrtictaar attention to the Groeety Trade
and keep a fall assortment of Teae, Sugar, Cofees,
Groceries & Provisions,
Sahli variety, Balt and flour. We shall keep con
stintly on band lino brands of fluor at mach less then
old prices. and warrant it to please. Goods delivered
prptly to our town customer*. • •
TEEMS: Par terms 4111 be strictly
iw or . p tais ro w dn i c il e be .) 4kuiThe secret to
oti b o r
l w ow c I 1 1; 1
e r s e . me w l
are confident Mat by calling and examining our goods
and prices your will find that it will bo for your inter
est to try onegoods and terms.
Jgrwstsow Gituaria,*, q. M. &tint'.
IlositroSa, May, Atli;
S. §_, CA-AI•PBELL t CO.
• • IrnoLzeux neninr,scro'nuas es
„ ;PINE, 'PLAIN AND MOLASSES CANDY.
,ir4;orten. And Deaxre in FOREIGN v41711'8 NOTEIO4.r.
Fire Works Constantly on Hatid.,.
Nos. 429 Naikst 90 'and '417 Tdoiobant St. Phil's.
&iamb 15.1874.-Iy. - .
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TIIE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN AMERICA.
S. E. Cor. Sixth and Iffarket Streets,
wANA 7lr A 7tITE
TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS
tions, etc., etc.
And Lumber Wagons
NEW FALL AND WINTEII GOODS
GUTTENBERG, ROSENBAUM, & COMPANY
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To nil in search of a good bargain we extend a cordial invitation to call and examine our
stock, and take prices. We are prepared and willing to tlo well with you, and it will undoubt
edly he to your interest to call and give us your custom.
EOM' OCD MC CI rter.F.FILIESMIS
Dry Goods Department. Clothing Department
Dress Goods, Domestics, Flannels, Hose Blank• Heady-Made Clothing. Men's, Youth's, and
els, Shawls, Cloaking , . Glove:, ilosiory,Merinn Boy's Snits, Men's, Youth's, and Boy's Over-
Underwear, Dr,. Trimmings, Corsets and coats, Talmas, &c. Buck, Kid, and Wool
Skirts, Table Linen, Napkins, Towels, &c. Gloves, ;Merino Shirts and Drawers, Flannel
and White Shir•s,Knit Jackets, Hats and Caps,
TrunKS, Umbrellas, &c., Bows, Scarfs, Ties, and
Full line of Millinery Goods, Zephyrs, Ilona
eds, Germantown Yarn,,, Furs, and
Furnishing Good‘, Carpets
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GUI TENBERG, ROSENBAUM & CO.
S, Dessauer, Managing Partner.
Montrose, October 21, 1674
:TADQiiirilmilln , ool
57 COURT STREET,
SINCgBMTON, N. Y.
Oppoeße Exchange Hotel
MEN'S fits' CTOTIIING,
Gillis' Fullslllx Goods,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, ETC
We extend a cordial Invitation to We pobllc to call
and tantalite our
STOCK £ND PRICES
ryr Our Motto if, Not to be Cnclereold..zia
Bingham Um. N. Y., Oct. 7th. le4
INSURANCE AGENT, }
Capital Represented, S 100,000,000!
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT iztstraANcE :
Liverpool, London ..t Globe " t 3.000.003
Inn. C0.,0f NortnAnserica". - 53.230,000
Penn. ?Ireton: Co., rhu.s.,. •. 4.50,Uud
National, PMI'S: ' -' • " 1.300.001
Ins. Co.,State at Penh . * • . " 3001,000
•T.tukin Mutual 'P4otl,ooo
Lycoming Fire • • $6,0/O,OOU.
Merchants' '• 4311;0100
..Nowtoinn, of Burke CO. 300.000
Lancaster Fire lon. Co,
Fire Ansociatton of Phila. .''
Lehigh Valhi - Fire. AllentowO. " 260,000
Alesmania of Pittsburg.. • , "-• . • - 400.00
PC maypania Ins-Llo.. Phila, .;',' - . .- 1 Jln(LIMil
Farmers Ins. Cu.. ot Phila.
-City rite las. Le. Provident°, IL I ' ak) 00d
Rote' i Williams ins, It;r4vldane'u, R. I. ;-,`- rBDO,OOO
Watettuwn Ins. Cu., Wutertou n, N. Y. row.oir
Boma Ins. Cu.. N. Y„ Cap Rul and:" terOns. $4.009,000
Altos Fire .ion. Co.. Hartford, cr.. - te0.01.10
Hartford Fire OM, CO.. CapitAlaudSurplue 13,000000
Home Ins. Co... Columbus. 0., " 8.10.010
:Citizens' Fire tow Newark: N.J.". • SASLOW
The undersigned is HP.F.CiA L AGENT for the folliAr:
.lug compaulen for Northern Pennsylvania t
Fire Association of Phllarielphut.
Lancaster Fire loorailee Company or Lancaster.
Toe Insurance Co. of the State 'of Pennayleunia,of
Conn. Mums! Life Ins. Co., Assetts
American Life. Pl3ll'a..
Railway Passenger* $350,000.
The undersigned has been well known in tbtaeounty,fat
the past 17years,as an Insurance Agent. Lome, eustetned
by his COUIP.111:08 have always been promptly wild.
WOlneedratdoor east from BanltlngOlUnt nt
11. Cooper iCo:aurnplitest,Montress,Pa.
CHARLES U. tiViTll,, Solicitors.
Ifootruse. Nov.lB. 187-i, '
HERRING & .FARRE,
887 23z•coa,c1vva'sr N. V'
• MANUPAOTINIFItS OF ALL KINDS OF -
The oldestand maul reliable Om to the IJulted States
- They took the prize mode/ awarded at et:
' W - 0114ll'S PATH AT LONDON
All aurap are wurraa ed f from damp ieo
. 1112 d cvr
' .• . 410.11NGS RiTLICRID, - AgenC
liontrosa,llay It 'Zl.—tr.'. -•
Combining nil these merits, we
place our Business on the most SOLID
FOUNDATIONS, and invite the con- •
fidonce and support of the' People of
Philadelphia, as wen as strangers and
others now visiting the city.
Remember the Four Cardinal Points:
With the Largest, Most Stylish, Bela I
Made, and Cheapest Stock of MEN'S
and BOYS' CLOTHING, we invite you
all to call on us.
Guttenberg, Rosenbaum Er. Co
JUST RECEIVED lII'
A tine variety of Clths, Castors, Beaver, and
Cassimeres for Custom - Work. 31eas
ores taken, and good fitting and'
CARTER, . PORTER,
lIWN, STEEL, A_ND NAILS,
FAHMERSIAND MECHANICS' TOOLS.
IS 10%7 413 C> t. ES Stool 43i,coocias,
SEAT SrRINGS, STEEL TIRE,
BT RRETT S CORN SHEELER
[CALL ARP SEE CP
I_ CD 1 Ed C>INVS;
88 - 11:'49lingkork . Street,
3Etiz r u6ll3.32:Lito33.
LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF
ST3 OW t roo
At: the Lowest Prices - of tiny Store in
Southern New York.
All <lona Sold are WARRATED aißepreeented
E, D. - ROBINSON.
Nov. 12 Anl,-IYr
- ND A EN CCIDI
r IFE, .1t '-•
CAPITAL PIPRESENTED 'On& $20,000,000
Dre..l3. lfra Elontrom pa.
Binghamton Bla.rblo ~
All Wilds a gonumento t licitthittineg,. mud • 3htibla
Mastic*, LE1440 to order .' -.A1.0; Scotch latanttes• cat
hand. . . f, PICKERING 4.00., t ,:-..
J. inenenzsd, ' t . r2.(1. Court Sticot; , ,
14 r-"""4'. t - . .. . : Bitighl4Aollo,t',l%
PRINTED AT OPFIGE
TUE CALKS and CALK STEEL, Ac
And the Improved
BURDICK FEED SUTTERS.
87 Washington St.,
I`ntt ~ 'ill.P'tiidlLe
OF ALL KINDS,.,
Drugs and Zedipines.
Di:. J. Waikee's California -liznegar
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 question
is almost daily asked, What is the callSe
of the unparalleled' success of Visikosu
wens? " Onr answer is, that they remove
the calve of disease, and the patient recov
ers his health. They are the great blood
purifier and a life- principle, a perfect
Renovator and 14%-igorator of the system.
Never before in th history of the world has
a medicine been commanded possessing
the remarkable qualities of VnlEadlt Burins
in healing the sick of every disease man is
heir to They are a gentle Purgative as
well as a Tome, relieving Congestion or In
flammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs,
in Bilious Diseases.
If men will enjoy good health, IE4
them use Vowel?. Brrrmas as a medicine,
and avoid the use of alcoholic stimulants
in every form.
No Person can take these Sifters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other means,
and vital organs wasted beyond repair.
Grateful Thousands proclaim 1 7nreoen
Brrruns the most wonderful Invigorant 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, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Bra
sos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile,
Kivannah,Roanoke,James,and many others,
with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and Au.
team. and remarkably so during seasons of
unusual heat and dryness,: are invariably
accompanied by extensive derangements of
the stomach and liver, and ether abdominal
visc.ra. In their treatment, a purgative,
exerting a powerful influence upon these
various organs, is essentially necessary.
There is no cathartic for the purpose equal
to Da. J. WALKER'S VINEGAR Brrrsm, ac
they will speedily remove the dark-eolored
viscid °latter with which the bowels are
loaded, at the same time stimulating the
secretions of the liver, and generally restere
ing the healthy functions of the digestive
Dyspepsia or Indigestion,Headaohe,
Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness
of tlm Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of
tha Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bil.
id us Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart,lxtflam
mation of the Lungs, Pain in the region of
the Kidneys, and a hawked other painful
sytaptonl:„tr. the olTiprings of Dyspepsia.
One bottle will prove a better guarantee of
its merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Sere In, or King's Evil, White Swel
lings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck,
Goitre, Scrofulous inflammations, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old
Sores, Eruptions of thu Skin, Sore Eyes,
etc,etc. these, as in all other constitu
tioal Diseases, WALKEICS VOTEGAB Brrruns
have shown their great curative powers in
the most obstinate and intractable oases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remittent
and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the
Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder, those
Bitters have uo 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. Tok guard
against this, take a dose of LKE `Tut
eo.ui Brrrims occasionally.
For Skin Hgeases, Eruptions, Tetter,
Salt Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pus
tules, Boils, Carbuncles, .Ringworms, Scald
Heald, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurf;
Discoloratioru3 of the Skin, Humors and
Di...,,Res of the Skin of whatever name or
uature,.nre literally dug np and carried out
of the system in a short time by the use of
Pin, Tape, and other Worms, knit
inn. in the system of so many thousands, are
effectually destroyed and removed. NO eye
tutu of medicine, no vermifiages, no shthel
minitic, will free the system, from „worms
like these )3ittera.
For Female Complaints, in young or
old, married or single, at the dawn of wom
anhood or the turn 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 Veszaan Brr-
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when.
ever you find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, , Eruptions, or. Sores;
cleanse it when you find it obstructed and
sluggish In the veins; cleanse it when it is
foul; your feelings will tell you when. seep
the blood pure, and the health of the system
will follow. .
n. U. McDONALD
thaintala and Ciaueng &gouts, San Francisco, QalFlornta
and car. Washington and Chariton Ste.. Sri York.
Sold by' old Druggists and Dealers.
Flom 10th.1814 —Gm.
311 . 031 . 1.ETOIMIgii.W'sdeddLifil.PRE-iie" "
le continently riMeiting NEW - GOODS, arrtMeepisiori.'
- Lineally on hold a full and desirable as,, Q rspieht by ffen 4,
glee pitticS,IdEDICINEs. pat nts,olls
•Ilyestudi, , TEAS; Spices, alto other' groceries, stone:"
ware; wrillimper, gram-ware. fruit -Jars, mtrrore,
'chimneys; korolietie, machinery olls,lautiers' nests:
root usj, refined Whale Oil,roll , fort.lanterna,oillbr.
sr wing machines,piLve Oli,Sperm Oil, SpiritsTurpepi
trated Lye. AxleUrease,Tress SitearertereAteditiat
In stremente,Shonider 13racCe, Wh fps, Cons; Pistols,
Cartridges,Powder, Shot,' Leadilited eapi,Blaatlnd'
Powder arid Fes s,Strings , Ito wa.etc. Slates,
rites; etc.; Fie h dLtnee,DarandTolletSoapa
Hair 011 e, Hair Restorers. and 'Hair Dyed: Brushes,
Pocket Entree, Spectacles. Silver and Silver Plated
Spoon e, Fa rks Entree , ,
Ded tt sr Artteles„ dgener.
alassertm en tot - • • ,
FANCY GOCBS..IEWELRY. and'PERFBMEES
All thel end' ng and best kinds of •
PATENT MEDICINES., : •
• Thep eople arein sited to call at the lirod and Varlet?
Store of'ABEL TURRELL.
Jan.l.lB7b. • Istabliehed VMS
Mitt' lot FIRRE,
BuitNem .NlOllOO,. PRorn.tEr oßa.
SION OP TUB GOLDgS Aim Mon ran;
'Dar stock of Drags and 'Medicines is ompleteotn
esfe-taken to hive everything of thrteet quality. The
public may rest assured that. all m'ediclnes that leave
oar store shall-ha re thci are repriniented, pure and un•
of alt Untie called tor,on hand at reason4Mo prices.
personal andntrict attention in business, at all
timer, we hopeto merit the eenthicnodand favor of the
Montrose, April i;1873. AMUR Nlallitl.B
JOB W9R .
Awruts opviqt,cusAr I
-Niarnb - er .2
BOYD & CORWIN
Corner of Main nod Turnpike Sul
21121 . Dig"T.Vi1.013 1P.416..
SMENCI O E77XB. 4 S,
Worths, by the Sea.
Thank' to our Friends for Put Favor,
We would be more thankful to oneand all,who know
they have unsettled accounts with na, - Iftheywould call
and settle by the middle of March next..
At W. W. Smith & Son's
Extensive Furniture Warmoom you will And the large,
FIRST CLASS AND COMMON
Ft73Ft. DI X irio-Pa.m
To be found in this section• of the country, of bin owe
men nfactare, end at prices that can4ot fall to give sails
faction. They make the very best •
In the Country, and WMlna= them
TJ vo ki. (:), 1 act e) zsi Work
Of all kinds done In the neatest amino .
E 3 X' .Eit. XIV ar 33 33 32
OF VARIOUS KINDS.
PURE NO.I MA.TTIASSES,
AND COMMON MATRASSES
The subscriber will bereatter make tu... adertaising
specialty to his business. liaefatt iert completed a
RE W and the =lt elegant HEARSE In the butte, all
needing his services will be attended to promptlyand
WEL W. SIDITH O. SON.
ldentrose. Pa.. Jan. 3 1 I nl2.— nos —tf. '
THE BEST KNOWN REMEDY !
A BURR CURE FOR
ASTHMA, COUGH, COLDS, CROUP,
ALL COMPLAINTS OF LUNGS, LIVER,
and a sure cure for the PILES. Be sure and
Beware of fraud. None genuine finless sold
Solo Proprietors, Montrose, Pa.
Or b) authorized druggiSts.
Patented December Ist, 1874.
Oct. 7, 1874.—tt
Sewing Machine !
THE GREATEST AOHIEVESIENT OF, 'FRE AGE 1
SewB from but One Spool of Thread.
It has but six working parts, is nonselessomd sews
more roptdly than any Machine In the lasshot.
rill&a self-setting Straight Needle.
It Combines Durability with Beantyand Simplleitratet
has all the Modem Improvements.
A FIRST-CLASS MACHINE ON A. -BLACS.
WALNUT TABLE FOB-$36.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR
' THE INDEPENDENT szsvpick Iust:MINE CC..
Dec. 23,1873. • Binghamton, R. Y
GOOD NEWS, FREE TO ALL i I -_ . -
For A, N. Ballard has on band a lot of thi - .choleest
Pears. you ever eaw, the very best Cranberries 10 the
market. a lino lot of Prime Sweet Potatoes, Onions,
Cabbage and all.kinds of choice
FRUITS - AND - VEGE'TABLES'
to theirseason. A no* stock or the best - Wbeit and
Buckwheat Flour.CPM Meal, Oat Meal, and Feed.Flih,
PackinkSalt, Llama, and Dried Beef, Driadand Canned
Pulls; Tete, Coffees, Sugars, Spices, . ' •- - - -
TOBACCO, - AND SNUPP:
A near stock alt School Boake "and:Satas; end ithas
•• ;: mozAtnaia'a - aititi`xtOtra . 'i.'
and tots of other goods quite to numerous to-mention
and to any one making a bill the same size they usual
,l pace when they go to Binghamton; 1 will sgree to
'beet Binghamton prices at least 10 per cardi..Try it
Ilan. cm will be convinced. ,
.'-rsillilltrollo Nov. " •
FE . RNITURE: WARE !
' EVEErrittbra NEW AIED STYLISti 1
" 1 1P 1 21 :. %T. 31:::Paiviiiii18No
60. Washington SLißingliamtan,
Conaiatingof everything rintneablein dint
biainess. tepairing proznrly done.
PRICES rtpAtiONAIII.B. 840 staction guarantesd.
Blngluimtau, N. Y.. August %I.
"- . MraniniXEY'a I.'
Improved CUCUMBER , WOOD
, • .E
~ 'ptiMP,Tastelesa, Durable, =dent,
GO and Cheap: The boat Pump for the
toast money. Attention laespeelally
Invited to Blatelders • Patent !in-'
Rioted Briieket and New Drop Cheek
Valve, Math can 00 withdrawn
•• a/1014qt rentavina tbe - Pumn, or dlis ,
P g il ' ; ' l n lig h b e o): 4 ?.t in gett IN: n o; gieggr .
scales, and wi ll outlast any other,
' • . Fot sale by Dealers & 'Po Trade
I lA t7or iP e t at i tt lilt a c4l ,Y "'6
tow:: twat direct to eats , I n
cam. o,neercHLEV, Pranntaitamk
si* Cammerty• St PhU
Al4ll 1874,-.lun4 ,a, Ps.
. - -
LICHENSTEIN' &'...BLUMENTHAL BROS.
• _ zitilord, - Pa.,— , • •
Wholcoalo and entail dealers Pino.Watcbes n4Rleb
JeltoirvEribrllng Silver Ware, French and AMMO=
Clocks, rino Plated Ware,and Toe' beta.
ail kind et Gold and Silver Plating. Watch, Clock, and
Jewelry Repainegi gad Plain and Ornamental gagrev
for neatly executed: ;
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