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farm (Sartmi &|utrhrit,
Cows should always be milked regularly
Strawberry beds should now receive atten
tion ; he cleaned oi all weeds and thinned
Keep a good lookout among the bee-hives,
and be sore that there is hooey enough stor
ed for winter feed.
As they ripen, save seed of all choice kinds
of vegetables, being careful to select from the
earliest and best kinds for the purpose.
Monthly roses now begin" to show their
beauty ; aud, if in a good soil and location,
they will not fail to afford flowers until froat
In order to have the largest and best speci
mens of all kinds of fruit, it is necessary to
thin it out, toaome extent, where the crop is
ample. The smallest aud poorest fruits
should be removed.
Surfrce tillage alone will not produce the
best results in growth, especially in a dry
season j and, whether pamp or dry, that im
plement which will best pulverize ibe soil is
what the farmer and gaidner most need.
The farmers of Long I-land are suffering
this season from the potato rot. The Esses
from disease last year are renewed this sea
son cn a much larger scale. In some places
fields embracing many acres are wholly blast
ed. The Mercer variety appears to be the
Jellies are aiways acceptable, and a great
ornament to the table. Quinces, crab apples
and Fall pippins, make the very best. Cur*
rant jelly should be made when the fruit Jirst
ripens. After straining the juice, boil gently
half an hour before adding the sugar, after
which it needs little mo r e. Cool a small
quantity tn a dish before taking up, to 6e
if it thickens.
To grow the walnut, gather the nuts in the
Fall, soon after they drop. Dig off three or
four inches of earth on well drained ground,
spread the nuts one or two tnches deep in
the bed thus prepared and cover over with
two or three inches of earth, sawdust, or
anything that w 11 preserve the natural tnois
ture. Plant two or three inches deep, as
soon as the ground is in good order, in spring
where tho trees are to stand permanently, as
they do no bear tiansplauting, like most
The benefit derived fiom frequent stirring
ofjihe surface soil in dry weather, especially
if it be of a compact. Da' ure, is derived from
the admission of air containing moisture.—
Many cultivator think that all that is requir
of them is to keep the weeds from growing
among their plants, and they never stir the
•oil except for this purpose ; but our best cul
tivators have learned that frequent mowing
of the soil is very beneficial to ail crops es
pecialiy in time of drouth.
This is the time when weeds ripen, if left
to themselves. A day's work now, if prn
perly directed, may save a week's work next
season. Clear out the weeds from the corn
and potato fields, therefore, cost what it wiil,
and it will save expense in the end ; of all
slovenly practices, by far too common among
us, that of letting the weeds overtop the po
tatoes and ripen, and shed their seeds on the
land, is the worst. You may mark the good
and the bad farmer by it as certainly as in
any other way.
After hay : ng cmes a period of comparative
leisure on most farms. There is a time for a
little draining, ditching, cutting bushes and
other s'milar improvements. Many swamp
or wet meadow may now be taken in hand
and brought into cultivation, and a lot of ma
terial for the compost heap, or cow-yard,
thrown out, and le put in the way of pre
paration fr use. X i thrifty fiirn tr will fail
to provide the proper material for adding to
the fertility of his land. If muck is perfectly
d.ted, it will nold about nioeteuths of its
own wei ht in liquid manure.
The most important work for August is the
preparation of the gi< unci for fall seeding.—
Summer fallows are to be worked, and stub
ble grounds plowed ; the latter should be
turned over as soon as possible after being
cleared of grain. Time is wanted for weeds
to start before the final working preceding
the sowing, and it is bct'ei to let the soil re
ceive the good effects of the air, sun and rain,
and become light and pulvt nzed before the
seed is deposited in it. At lea-t the stubble
should be well harrowed or gang plowed early
to start the weeds.
It has been frequently asserted that proper
ly undcrdratned sub*>>iled lands never suffer
from drouth. Who cannot name many fann
ers lose their crops from drouth,at least once
in ten years, and still have never experiment
ed to know whether they can uuderdrain and
subsoil their land, for one tenth the value of
their crops, or whether such subsoilicg and
underdratning will save them from drouth en
tirely ? And those who doubt this fact,should
they not make the experiment, or v'sit the
farms of these whj have, to know of its
It is thought, by the most of farmers, that
the only way to have a good meadow is to
plow up, and seed down every three or four
years , but this is a mistaken idea, as mead-,
ows, if the soil is not of a very light loam,
will improve by age for a number of years, if
treated in a proper manner—which is to pas
ture as littles* possible, top-dress with plas
ter at the rate of 20(1 pounds to the acte once
in two years ; use barnyard manure as a top
dressing, at the rate of fifteeu loads to the
acre, which should be applied in the month
of October. A meadow that has been trea •
rd in this manner, has been mowed six sea
sons, and has a belter sward on, and a better
prospect for a good crop tbis year than it has
bad for any time since it was seeded ; and
bad a better crop ot hay on it l*st season than
for several years previoue,
A WESTERN R R.
passenger trains leave-
WESTWARD I BASTWARD.
Passenger Mail Mail Passenger
Train Train. STATIONS. Train. Train.
A M. P. M.
9.C0 New York" 5.C5
11.30 New Hampton, 2.30
1150 Washington, 2.03
12 02 Oxford, 1.56
12.13 Brilge villa, 1.45
12.13 Manunk Chunk, 1 35
Dine. 12.45 Delaware, 1.30 Dine.
100 Mount Bethel, 100
1:20 Water Gap, 12.44
1,34 Strmnlsburg, 12-29
145 Spragneville 12.17
1.56 Henryville, 12 07
2 11 Oakland. 1149
2 29 Forks, 1130
2.50 Tobyhanna, 11 Id
3.04 Goaldsboro', 10 57
3,26 Moscow. If 34
3.37 Dunning, 10.24
1 10Ar ) C Le 9.55
A M. > Scrabtom. < P-M
10.10 4-30Le j ( Ar.9 45 6.20
10.40 452 Clark's Summit, 923 550
10 53 5.00 Abington, 915 5.35
11.13 5.16 Kactoryville, 859 6.16
11.43 536 Nicholson, 835 430
12.08 558 Hopbottom, 8.18 405
12 38 6.20 Montrose. 7.55 335
1.08 641 New Milford, 7-24 305
135 700 Great Bend, 7.15 2.40
P M. PM. A M P.M
•Station toot of Liberty St
CON N ECTlOMS—Westward,
The MORNING TRAIN from New York con
nects at MANTJNKA CHUNK with jhe train (ear
ing Philadelphia (Kensington Depot) at 7 30 a. ui
and at GREAT BEND with the through Mail Train
on the Erie Railway, with s'eeping car attached,
stopping at all the principal stations on that road,
ami arriving at Buffalo at 6 19 a, m
The Passenger train from Scran ton connects at
Great Bend with through trains going west aud east
on Erie Railway, arrivin- at Buffalo at I.P 8 a. m.,
aid at Salamanca at 12 in-
The MORNING TRAIN from Great Bend con
nects th. re with the Cincinnati Express on the Erie
Railway from the West; at Manunka Chu k with
a train for Philadelphia and intermediate stations,
arriving in Philadelphia at t>.3o p. in.' and at New
Hampton with a train for Barton. Bethlehom, Al
lentown, Reading and Harnsburg, arriving at Har
risburg at 8-30 p. m.
At SCRANTON. connections are made with
trains on the Lackawanna and Bloomshurg Rail
road, and on the Delaware and Hudson Canal Co.'s
Railroad, Time Tables of which roads are printed
J. BRISBIN. President.
R. A. JISNRT. General Ticket Agent. je'29tf
una TililT IliL HU
OPES THROUGH FROM XKW VCRK AND PHILADELPHIA
forming direct rail connections
J\"O7iTH, SO r777, 77A S2 and
SUMMER TIME TABLE
sr.YE 77th, 186 7.
All Through Trains make close connections with
Trains to and from New jfork and Philadelphia.
THE MAIN* LINE TRAINS FROM
WILKESBARE (the presefit north
ern terminus of this road) TO NEW
YORK and PHILADELPHIA,
Leave WTLKESBARRE at 8 o'clock A. M. and 1.30
Arrive at New York at 3.15 and 10.25 P M.
'• Philadelphia, at 2 05 and 8.40 "
Leave New York at 6.30 A. M. and 12- M.
" Philadelphia at 7.45 A. M. and 1.30 P. M-
Arrive at Wilkesbarre at 3.02 and 8.48 P. M.
Will. O. GARDNER & CO
have just received a large ani a splendid stock 3
goods consisting ot
BOOTS Jt SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
TRAVELLING BAGS and TRUNKS,
4*c, t yp.
all goods s Id by us warranted as recomme rde
Our aim "To keep good Goods,"
Our motto, "Not to be undersold."
In connection with the store is a
GARMENTS CUT AND .MADE IN THE
PIECE THOU IS lICUKI.
W. 0. GARDNER & CO.
CARRIAGES 6 BUGGIES.
The Subscriber, a practical workman of long ex
perience, is now finishing off a large lot of new Car
riages and Bugzies, at his Carriage shop
Equal, if not sujerior t in Workmanship. Qualify
of Material, and lln'tgh, to those turned out at any
other shop in the country. Those wisning to buy
(Call anb (Craminc Ctpnn.
TRIMMING AND REPAIRING,
Done on ehort notice and in a workmanlike style
Tnkhaußo.h Aug. 94 ML
is the only MACHINE in the world that makes the
twisted loop-stitch, making a stronger stitch than
any other machine now in use.
All are invited to call at
and examine for themselves. Also agents for all
other machines for Wyoming Co. Pa.
P. C BURNS A BRO.
Tunkhannock, Pa. Oct. 31. 1866.—v6n!2-tf
P. C. BU1! N S & BR O.
Take pleasure in announcing to the people of
| Tunkhannoek and vicinity, tbut thcyhne opened a
IDutol) anil (Clflfh Sijup
j opposite Wall's llotet,where they are prepared to do
! the most dißi utt jobs in their line in an APPROVED
! and SKILLFI'L MANNER, on short notice. Hav
i inp had long experience in the business, they foel
■ confident that they can give entire .-atislactionto alt
j favoring them with their patronage.
! ALL WORK WARRANTED TO OIVE SATIS
FACTION OR MONEY REFUNDED
AFTER A FAIR TRIAL-
A\ B. —Paras Is, Fans if Umbrellas repaired
Also. Accordeons and other modea! instruments
tuned and put in order ou short notice.
A NEW STOCK of WATCHES and
JKiUBLJiVo/Bl 'Z'A'l 'DESCKIiP
SHEET MUSIC k MUSIC BOOK
! on hard or furnished to order on the shortest notice
ami at publisher's
GUNSA NO PISTOL CARTFIGES
! adapted to all the modern styles of fire-arms, con
' stantly on band.
&c„ &c , &r., &c.. &c.
also Dealers in the
THE DEST HELP FOR THE HUMAN VISION
P C BURNS A BRO.
Tunkhannock, Pa Oct 31, IQ(i(J-MXJSIGl Q(i(J
MXJSIG STORE !
Also ascnt for CIIirKGRIXG';? DECKER
BRI'IS. and HAINES BROS PIANOS ,and.
TREAT, IJNSLEY A GO'S .MEI.ODEOX3.
Also keeps a general stock ot the smaller Musica
In-truments, Sheet Music, Ac.
| Church and Sunday School Singing Books.—
Instruction Books of all kinds, any of whi:h will be
sent by mail upon receipt of the Market price.
Orders from DEALERS andTEACERSU special
ly solicited Address
L. B, POWELL Seranton, Pa.
Having nnrchaged the entire interest in tho Pho
tographic Gallery in this place, I take pleasure in
informing my friends and the public in general that
lam prepared to produce pictures of every descrip
tion, ioclu ling
CARTES DE ViSJTE,
VIGNETTES, AM HROTYPES
MELA I NO T YPES, FERROTYf ES,
Being possessed of every facility, I FEEL CON
FIDENT ot giving entire satisfaction. All are re
quested to call and examine, and
"Seize the shadow, ere the substance fade."
All kinus of colored work done at the shortest no
tice and in the best style of the art. Also all kirds
ot copying done from old pictures, from card to
size. Satisfaction guaranteed.
L. W. HERMANS.
Tunk. Apr 11th 186 6
RRANDRBTHH PlUUS.—These Pills are
safe and sure. They are prepared bv a process
which secures ail the best qualities of the herbs of
which they are composed, without any of their bad.
They benefit in all cases, and do harm in none.
See B. Urundretb is in white letters on the Gor.
eminent, vtamp, v7-nl-lm-
gey ©flobr & (Srateties.
IN THE SUSQUEHANNA
RAFTS staving up, DAMS gone out, RIVER re
PRICES GONE DOWN,
At the OH SUnd formerly occupiod by B. Whee,
lock will be found cheap for cash all kinds of
GfiOCEK/ES an d 1jRO >YSIOJX'S
WOOD-WARE, WILLOW- WARE, HARD-WARE.
TIN and <3LASS-WARE,
Pimento, Pepper, Cinnamon, Candies of all Kinds,
TOBACCO. CIGARS, CORN MEAL,
CHOP FEED, and FLOUR,
SHEETING, SHOES, COT
TON YARN, LAMPS,
Tubs, & Boards,
Haif Bushels, .
Siv e s ,
Stampers, & Ladles,
Brushes, Oil, Lead, Shot,
Powder, &c., &c., to many things
to mentiou Call and examine before purs
wanted in exchange ;
Eycry thing w.ll be found here that belongs to a
first class Grocery and Provision Store.
Tunkhannock, Pa. Apr. 9. 1867-v6u35-tf.
% HATS & CAPS !
For Sale at
I L. SI THE. a CD'S.
On Bridge street
Wheelock's old stand
A. 33. MOTT.
THE CORNER STORE,
BY HENRY STARK.
IN TUN XII AN NOCK, PA.
A NEW STOCK
A NEW STOCK
A NEW STOCK
A NEW SIOCK
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
PAINTS AND OILS
PAINTS AND OILS
PAINTS AND OILS
PAINTS AND OILS
HATS AND CAPS
lIATS AND CAPS
HATS AND CAPS
HATS AND CAPS
Ac,, Ac., Ac.,
Ac., Ac., Ac.,
Ac., Ac., Ac.,
Ac., Ac., Ac.,
In large quantities and at rednced prices.
A. B. MOTT.
Tnnfc. May l,f|. 'o9
glrags & £JfeU]ciu.
THE E AOL E
LYMAN & WELLS.
Dr Lyman respectfully announces that he has
taken Dr. E. 11. Wells as a partner in the
and that they will continue to koep
A COMPLET E ASSOTMENT,
In thoir line, at the old stand of J. W. Lyman
A Co,, on Tioga St.
We cannot enumerate articles, but it is our inten
tion to present a
WELL SELECTED AND RELIABLE STOCK
adapted to this market, and meriting the atten
tion of all who desire
Ac. Ac. Ac.,
At rates as low as can possibly be afforded.
N. B.—All professional calls promptly attendee
Prescriptions carefully prepared, at all times, L
one of the Doctors.
J W. LYMAN, M. D. E, H. WELLS', M. I
v |> RUG AND ■V-ARILTY TORE
The largest and most complete Drug Store in
TUN KII ANNJOCK,
NEW GOODS FOR EVERYBODY! !
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY !
Just received and for Sale a splendid Stock
BRUSHES OF ALL
POMADES A PERFUMERIES,
STATIONEIiI ES TOBACCO,
HAVANA CIGARS, (REAL.)
ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS, SHOUL
DER BRACES, TRUSSES, Ac,, Ac., Ac.
All the Popular
of the da. j
And in fact every imaginable article
belonging to a
FIIiST GLASS DRUG STOR E
PHYSICIANS' PRESRCIPTIONS efullj
compounded at all hours of-, a ad
Don't forget to call at
DR. RIIOADS' DRUG "STORE,
C-~ D- GE ARHART CO
Having had a life-long experience as Foundry -
men and .Machinists, and employing none but the
best workmen the undersigned pledge themselves
to execute ail work in their line in a style not sur.
passed by any s niilar estaLlisbttnt in the country
made nnd fitted up on short notice, from patterns on
hand ot all sizes,
PLOWS , CULTIVATORS
and other Farming Implements.
STOVES OF ALL KINDS.
Tin, Sheet-Iron, and
r.AMrS, ZJfA 'L, TlTjtfS, d C., dr.
Iways on hand or furnished to order;
C. P. GEAIiUART, CO.
Tunkhannock, April 29th, 1567. v6u3Stf.
JARDWARE & IRON;
RUNT BR OT H EES.
VO \V o F PGR FO It SALE
IRON 1 , STEEL, NAILS AND SPIKES. MINE
RAIL, RAILROAD SPIKES. ANVILS,
BELLOWS, PLAIN A CONVEX
ni BS, SPOKES, FELLOES SEAT
SPINDLES, CARRIAGE SPRINGS. AXLES.
PIPE BOXES, SPRING STEEL,
BOTTS, NETS, WASH
HAIR, SHOVELS, WHITE LEAD
GLASS, Ac., Ac.,
DOORS AND BLINDS
ON HAND IN ASSORTMENT
AND MANUFACTURED 10 ORDER
L EA THE Eli AND FINDINGS
FAI.S BAK'S SALES.
tranton. March 26. 1863. . vln33
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St. Anthony's Fire, Hose, Salt Rheum,
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ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from Neivous
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in perfect emfi lence,
JOHN B. OGDON, 43 Cedar Street, New York.
iff MILLIIERY FARCY Gift
MRS. BAR!>WI*LL is now receiving a splcndij
stock f SPRING A SUMMER Goods of. 11 the new.
est SHAPES of FELT
an J VELVET lIATS
fur LADIES and CHIL
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and a full assortment of
at prices to defy competition
All the latest styles of paper pattern^
SLEEVES, CLOAKS, JACKETS.
from MADAME DEMO RES 7
Dresses.made, cut and basted at the sborteS
Tunkhannock, May, 22, lSg7.—vgndl-tf.
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