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cr Farmer?, and Agricultural mer generally '
ar requested to cootribnte to this Department, as it
% from their experience that we hope to gain some
thing of interest for our readers.
FACTS FOR THE FARMERS AND
Englishmen farmers believe that "hilling
op" potatoes reduces their yield one-fourth.
They do not ripen as well.
Soft soap suds will be found valuable for
gardens and yards of sanJy soil—and almost
any other, for all that. Suds from bar soap
are of less value.
Every farmer ought to know that cut nails
heated red hot and dropped into cold water,
will clinch as will as wrought nails.
Currants, to do their best", must be freely
pruned and heavily mulched.
Beans are a most nutritious food for man
or boast. For men and hogs they should be
cooked, for sheep raw.
Many women are becoming bee-keepers
and making money at it. They are not the
kind, however, that squeei at the sight of a
Sheep kept with cows are not so apt to be
killed by dogs as when alone. The cows
fight for them.
Potatoes can be grown much earlier by
sprouting them, in a warm bed, before plant
ing. Place them on a layer of manure and
cover them with sand. Transplant about the
middle of May.
It is said that the last cup of milk drawn
from the cow—"the etrippings" —contains
sixteen times as much cream as the first cup.
We will not vouch for the exact figures, but
the true ones are large.
It is just as easy to raise a bushel of good
apples as a bushel of poor ones. What is a
dollar or two of extra preliminary expenses
in getting good trees ?
The Department of Agriculture says that
ten million bushela of wheat are wasted in
this country annually by bad sowing—too
deep, too shallow, too thick, too thin, too un
Clean out the cell irs, "about this time," 1
and give them a thorough airing. It is about
as safe to live over a gunpowder magazine a
the filth and poisonous odors of some cellars.
But such stuff doesn't poison your land—use
TOMATOES.—Tomato plants may now be
transplanted,from the hot-bed at any time.
They shoald be set firmly in the soil, which
should be well manured ; and for the first
week or two, should the weather be warm,
be protected against the sun during four
hours of the day. If the nights be cool or
frost threatened, they should be covered in
some way, Old newspapers, with stones or
clods at the corners, are good as anything— 1
for the first two weeks. Mulching with ,
grass and frequent stirring of the soil have ;
an assuring effect iu producing an abundant |
Some people allow the vines to run over J
the ground entirely, and admit that they will
produce as greatly this way as perhaps any
other, but, coming in contact with the soil,
their flavor is destroyed and they'become in
sipid and worthless. Our mode is to "bush" j
them as we do peas, only more extensively,
and we have the best of crops. The expense
of trellises and frame work, which amateur
gardeners indulge in, is just so much money
thrown away— Germantown Telegraph.
SWEET CORN—It is a surprising tact that
sweet corn is not abundantly grown among
farmers. Every farmer thinks he must raise
bis five or ten acres of Indian corn every
year, in order to fatten his pork, and to fur
nish fodder for his stock, etc. Now if every
farmer would grow three or five acres ot
■weet corn overy year, his crop would prove
of much more value in proportion to the
numbers of acres of Indian corn fcr feeding
purposes. Last spriDg 1 planted six acres of
sweet corn for the purpose of taking it into ;
market, green. But after the market became
"glutted," I concluded to save the balance of
my corn and cure it to feed. 1 cut and fed
my hogs corn (in the stalks) every day, and
they would eat stalks and all as clean as they
would green clover. I would recommend it
to those that sow corn in preference to any
Be careful to trace up your seed in the fall
and then you will Dot fail to have good seod
when you come to plant or sow.
MA MURE FOR POTATOES.— I will give you a j
receipt for raising potatoes, that is worth the
price of your paper for one year to any firm
er that is short of manure. It is as good as
the best superphosphate of lime, and it will !
not cost half as much. I have tried it two i
years, and I am satisfied that it is good on
dry land. Take one cask of lime and, slack
it with water, and then stir in one bushel o f j
fine salt, then mix in loam, enough so that it |
will make about five barrels. Put iu half a
pint in a hill, at planting.
TRANSPLANTING CABBAGES The Garden
er's Monthly recommends the following mode
for enriching the soil for young cabbage
plants just before they are set out, for the
purpose of giving tbem un early start. Make
hcies with a dibble, where the plants are to j
be set,-and then fill these holes with manure 1
water. It soaks away into the surrounding
earth, and becomes perfectly diffused thro' i
it. The plants are than set in the holes.
jcar Two fine cows were killed in Bel- }
mont county, Ind., by drinking brine in
which meat had been packed, and which
bad been carelessly left in a farmer's door
EST A Massachusetts farmer says he ■
can winter his cows ou steamed feed for one
third less expense than on dry feed, and get'
one fourth more milk. This is the result of
five years' experience.
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JRT Subscribe fur the DEMOCRAT.
WESTERN & R.
Winter Arrangement— 1 86T-8.
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE.
WSBTWARD I BASTWAKB.
Passenger Mail Mail Passenger
Train. Train. STATIONS. Train Train.
A M, p M.
9-CO New York'* 5,50
11.30 New Hampton, 2.30
1143 Washington, 2.15
12.03 Oxford, 2.01
12.15 Bridgevill*, 1.50
12.30 Manunk Chunk, 1.40
Dine. 100 Delaware, 1.35 Dine.
1.10 Mount Bethel, 110
1:25 Water Gap, 12.51
1,40 Stroudsburg, 12-36
1.51 Spragaeville 12.24
2.02 Henryville, 1214
. 2.20 Oakland. 11.56
239 Forks, 1137
3.08 Tobyhanna, 11-17
3.14 Gouldsboro', 10.04
3,36 Moscow, 10.40
• 3.47 Dunning, 10 30
4 20Ar 1 CL 10.90
A.M. > SCRANTOX. 2 P.M.
10.10 4-35Le > C Ar.9.50 6,25
10,40 4-57 Clark's Summit, 9.28 5.55
10 53 5.05 Abington, 9.20 5.40
11.13 5.21 Factoryville, 904 5.21
11.43 5.41 Nicholson, 840 435
12.09 6.03 llopbottom, 8.23 410
12 33 625 Montrose, 800 340
1.03 646 New Milford, 7-29 3.10
135 705 Great Bend, 7.20 245
P.M. PM. AM. P.M
•Station foot of Liberty St.
The MORNING TRAIN from New York con
nects at MANUNKA CHUNK with the train leav
ing Philadelphia (Kensington Depot) at 8 00 a. in.
and at GREAT BEND with the through Mail Train
on the Erie Railway, with sleeping car attached,
stopping at all the principal stations on that road,
and arriving at Buffalo at 6 15 a in , aud at Sala
manca at 5.50 a. m.
The Passenger train from Scrnnton connects at
Great Bend with through trains going west and east
on Erie Railway, arrivin* at Buffalo at 12.00 mid
night, aid at Salamanca at 11.55 p. in.
The MORNING TRAIN from Great Bend con
nects there with the Cincinnati Express on the Eric
Railway from the West; at Manunka Chunk with
a train for Philadelphia, Easton, Trenton, and in
termediate stations,arriving in Philadelphia at 6.00
p. m., and at New Hampton with a train for Eas
ton. Bethlehem, Allentown. Reading and Harris
burg, arriving at llarrishurg at 8-30 p. m.
At SCRANTOX. connections are made with
trains on the Lackawanna and Blooinshurg Rail
! road, and on the Delaware and Hudson Canal Co.'s
; Railroad, Time Tables of which roads aro printed
R. A. HENRY. Gen. Pass A Tkt. Agent. je29tf
For Sale at 31ott's,
ot Lester A Co's
KIP and CALF
OWHCO EOO S.
! Best mako
J A full stock of
Balmoral, Congress, Polish Boats of Glove
Kid and Goat. Also,
j GENT'S UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
GENTS' BUCKSKIN GLOVES
: and MITTENS.
Gents' KID GLOVES,
Lined, Unlined and Fur-lined,
For Sale at 3loti's
STAXSBURY, MASS A CO,
ANNOUNCE to the public that the Furniture
Rooms forioeiiy kept by Stanshury A ilass have
been removed to the Planing Mill ot
D. L PECKIIAM,
CORNER OF COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
with whom a partnership has been formed, where,
j by availing themselves of steam poWfr, with improv
: ed machinery they are prepared to furnish every
thing in their line, from
A MOT? HANDLE,
At the Lowest Living I'rlce*.
UNDERTAKING attended to at the shortest
Upholstering and Repairing done to order.
STANSBURY, HASS A CO,
Tunkhannock, March 18, 1869.-tf.
Mrs. Charlie Bunnell
\\T OULD respectfully make known to the citizens
! v " of MESHOPPEN and vicinity that she is now
receiving a large and carefully selected assortment of
311 LI INEUY GOODS,
; and an endless variety of other articles too numer
j ouß to mention which are offered for sale as cheap
as can be bought at any other establishment.
' Call and satisfy yourselves.
N. B, Repairing dene iu the most approved style
Meshoppen, April 29, 'gS.—33m3
RAPER HANGINGS I
PAPER HANGINGS I!
PAPER HANGINGS I!
WINDOW CURTAINS-CLOTH A PAPER,
i A Large Variety
and all at
greatly reduoed price*.
AT TIIE BOOK STOKE OF
F C. A r.. p, ROSS,
Tunkhannock, April 15, '66—3gw4,
T7OUND, or can be
r found at Lytnan A
-irRVi - ' Wells ardJ.W. Rhoads,
Tunkhannock, Penn'a, and
ail other dealers, the Ga'v
VFFIKA ENOLIS* 3WEENT SFECIE
-; If -7- T1" ic LINIMENT. This Lini-
J, / i meot standi unrivalled,
and is the best, cheapest, most powerful Liniment
ever offered to the public, for man or horse.
It bus been used for many yeirs in Englasd, by
the leading barriers, and they have bad the greatest
success with it of any liniment ever used for the cure
Those who have horses that are sweericd or lame,
have swelled joints, sprains, bruises, old sores, flesh
cuts, collar galls, J-c , should try this Liniment end
they will be convinced that it is superior to all other
If it does not give good satisfaction, return the
bottle half full, and your money will be refunded.
Put up in conreuient form, and sold by all Drug
gists and Storekeepers at 60 sent* a bottle.
Don't fail to call for the Great English Sweeney
D. G. GAREY.
Middlclown, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1868-tf.
A GREAT VICTORY!!
FORT SUMPTER RE-TAKEN
Enemy of 3lan Driven to the
THE NORTH SIDE OF TIIE
OLD FORT FILLED TO OVERFLOWING
Both Green and Dried Apples,
Also, Fresh Canned and Dried
Peaches, Prunes, Currants,
Nuts, Spices, Salt.
Soap, Segars, Pork, Lard, Butter,
Eggs, Fi.-b, Smoked Meat, Oysters by the quart, gall
on or barrel ; Solid Meats, in fact, every
thing in the line of GROCERIES
The South side of the Old Fort is fitted up for the
reception of all wishing a dish of Raw
Stewed or Fried Oysters.
Pies, Cakes, Cheese, and a Cup of Hot Coffee, Sar
dines, or a dish of fresh Poaches.
Butter, Eggs, Game, Chickens, Ducks,
and Geese, at all times,
for which cash will be paid on de
livery, at the very
highest market rates.
Call and see for yourselves and be convinced that
the place to buy your Groceries, is in ihe Old Fort
on tho Southwest corner of Tioga and Bridge streets,
B. M- STONE.
Nov. 5, 1367—v"nl4tf.
A full and well Selected Stock of
At TUNKHANNOCK, Pa,
The undersigned t ikes pleasure in soliciting the
inhabitants of this place and vicinity to call and ex
amine his goods.
Enable hitn to supply
BLUER and CHEAPER ARTICLES
In his ine at
WHOLESALE anl RETAIL
than can be bought elsewhere
M. R. KOHNSTAMM'S
(Crane A Lull's old stand.)
Tunkhannock, May 5, 1368 tf.
DANIEL WRIGHT iV NEPHEW,
At Tunkhannock, I'a,
Are Agents [or the following, and all other responsi
ble Insuranco Companies :
N America, Philadelphia, Assets, $1,763 267.
Enterprise, " " 372,394.
Manhattan, New York, " 1 052,128.
N.American, •' " 755,057.
Lorillurd, " " 1,436 540.
Corn Exchange, " " 501,095.
Farmers' Ins. Co., York, " 525.080.
Lycoming, Muncy, " 2,800,000
Home, New York. " 3,645,388-
IlartTord, Hartford, " 1,788,153.
Pbcenix, •' " 1,103.467.
Travelers, '• " 741,337-
Hartford Live ?tock, " 173,929.
Homo, New Haven, " 1.438,491
Cumberland Valley, " 506.000.
N. England Mutual, - 5,000,090.
Property of ail kinds will be insured at the most
reasonable rates, in any of the above companies.
Losses to insurers by Fire, accident or theft,
promptly adjusted and paid.
Tunk-, Pa. Sept. 16, 1867,-v7n7-tf.
gfROUD * BROWN'S
Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY !
CAPITAL REPRESENTED OVER £30,000,000.
Home 1n5.,C0., N Y.,Capital and Surplus,s4, n OO,OOO
Ins. Co. of N. America, Pbila. " '• 2,000,000
International Ins. Co-, N, Y. " 1 1,500,000
Hartford Fire Ins. Co, Hartford Ct. " 2,000,000
Putnam " " " " 700,000
Enterprise " Cincinnati, O." 1,000,000
Glens Falls " Glen's Falls, N. Y., " 400,000
Lycoming Co. Mutual, Muncy, Pa, '' 4,000,000
Farmers' Mutual, York, " 700.000
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
of Hartford, Ct. Capital - $16,000,000
Notes received in payment of one-half the
premium, on which six per cent, interest
enly is charged, and the note is never to be
paid under any circumstances—at death or
maturity the policy will be pxid in full and
notes given up.
Travelers' Ins. Co. of Hartford Ct, Capital
and aurplds - 700,000
Hartford Live Stock In. Co., Hartford, Ct.
Capital and Surplus, - . 500.009
Insurance on ail kinds of Live Stock against theft
and death from any cause
All Business entrusted to our care will be attended
to on fair terms, and all Losses promptly adjusted
Office Ist door East lroui Banking Office of
W. H. Cooper A Co., Turnpike St., Montrose, Pa.
BILLINGS STROUD, ) > UN/-,™,,- .
CEAS. L. BROWN! \ STOUI> 4 BROWN -
M. C SUTTON, Esq., FriendsviHe, Pa , Solieitoi
CHAS 11, SMITH, Montrose, Pa.,
N OT ICB.
TnE subscriber having entered into a partnersnip
for a continuance of trade with other parties,
notifies those having unsettl-d accounts with him to
arrange then, without delajt, D. KII.I.IK'SM
TURT, MART ST, KM.*
flaifttaf & prtj Gnnbs
Oneir Tioga sad Warrgn Streets,
Aso now opeaiag a largo stooko
IRON, STEEL & NAILS,
Faints, Oils, Glass, Tutty, Var
nishes,- Turpentine, Benzine, Nail
' Rods, Building Hardware, Mechan
ics Tools, Wooden Ware, Brushes of
all kinds, Cutlery, Shovels, Seives,
Lamps, Lanterns, Oil Cloth, Rosin,
Ropes, aiso Hatchets, wrenches &c.
HARNESS MAKERS HARDWARE,
, Ruckles, Japanned Buckles, Silver plated
I Bitts of every kind, Hames, Iron Pad
1 Trees, Saddle Trees, Gi* Trees, Girth
1 Web, worsted and Cotton, Thread, Silk
| Awls, and needles, Halter Chains, Trace
I Chains, &c. Ac.
| PAINTS AND OILS,
SPERM, AND LUBRICATING OILS
| WINDOW and TIC'TURE frames,
GLASS OF ALL KINDS.
Wails and Hand-Rakes at
wholesale and retail.
! All of which have been
(SELECTED WITH GREAT CARE.
! and expressly for this market, and
all they ask is an examination of the
goods to satisfy all of the truth of
what we say. Remember the place.
ROSS. MILLS & Co.
Tank. Pa. May 29ih, 18G7
A.. 33. 3VXOTT.
THE CORNER STORE,
BY HENRY STARK.
IN TUNKHANNOCK, PA.
A NEW STOCK
A NEW STOCK
A NEW STOCK
A NEW STOCK
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
IIATS AND CAPS
HATS AND CAPS
HATS AND CAPS
HATS AND CAPS
) Ae„ Ac., Ac.,
Ac., Ac., &c.,
( Ac., Ac., Ac.,
Ac., Ac., Ac.,
In large quantities and at reduced prices.
A. B. MOTT.
Tunk. May] ft, 'CC—vGn3B
i IN MEUOOI'ANY, PENN'A.
,1 STOVES AND TIN WARE
IN GREAT VARIETY,
TTAVING lately opened a Stove and Tin Store in
1 Ti. the aliove named place, we are prepared to fur
! iiisb at the lowest possible prices. Cooking BDd Par
lor Stoves of the best patterns for beth wood and
j coal; Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Brass Ware of all
! descriptions, Lanterns, Sad Irons, Enameled Kettles
and Stew Pans, Lead Pipe, Coal Hods, Hollow Ware,
Stove Polish, and all articles usually found in a
first-clas# Tin store.
EAVE GUTTERS and Conductors put up on short
notice In the hest possible manner.
| REPAIRING of all kinds, sash as Kerosene
> I Lamps, Umbrellas, Ac, Ac., naatly and promptly ex
, : ecuted. HIGH prices paid for Old Copper, Brass,
> ' Lead and Rags. Give us a call.
I £NB' tsm ' a -
flrugs & 3Jfbiciitfs.
Dr Lyman re.opsctfully announces that he hag
taken Dr. K 11. Walla as a partner in the
and that they will continue to keep
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT,
In their line, nt the old stand of J. W. Lyman
A Co,, on Tioga St.
We cannot eaumerato 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 &c. Ac.,
At rates as low as can possibly be afforded.
X. B All professional . alls promptly attended.
Prescriptions carefully prepared, at all times, by
one of the Doctors.
J W. LYMAN, M. D. E, 11. WELLS, M. D
AND iV4ARIETY f^TORE.
'ilie and rni| l*fe Dius Store in
NEW GOODS FOR EVERYBODY!!!
now is the: time to iiuy :
Just received and for Sale a splendid Stock of
BRUSHES OF ALL
POMADES A PERFUMERIES,
HAVANA CIGARS, (HEAL,)
ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS, SHOUL
DER BRACES, TRUSSES, Ac., Ac., A„
All the Popular
of the da.y
And in fact every imaginable article
belonging to a
FI ft ST GLASS DRUG ST Oft E
PHYSICIANS' PRESRCIPTLONS efully
compounded at all hoars of; and
Don't forget to call at
DR. RIIOADS' DRUG STORE,
P. C. BURNS & PRO.
JJAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
STOCK OF JEWELRY
of the latest styles.
GOLD RINGS, 18 Carets fine.
SOLID GOLD SETTS JEWELRY,
Gents' Masonic and Soarf Pins,
Sleeve and Collar Buttons, Ac., Ac.
Solid and Plated Silver Spoons,
Forks, Napkin Rings,
Cake, Pie and Butter knives,
Castors, Cake and Card Baskets,
Nut-Picks, Ac., Ac.
From ROGERS A BRO.'S Silver Plated Ware Co.
CLOCKS and WATCHES
iof the latest American and European Manufacture*
Having had a life-long experience as Founlry
meu and Machinests, and employing none but the
best workmen the undersigned pledge themselves
to exe-ute all work in their line iu a style not sur.
pased by any s milar ctialdithmnt in the country
made nnd fitted up on short notice, from patterns OD ;
hand ot all sues,
and other Farming Implements.
* " I
STOVES OF ALL KINDS.
Tin, Sheet-Iron, and
Lji.UTS, IAM.-D, TITES, drc., drc.
always on hand or furnished to order.
C D. GEARIIART, !c CO.
Tnnkhannock, April 29th, 1867 —vfin3"tf.
Hardware and Iron.
NOW OF FEU FOR SALE
IRON, STEEL, NAILS AND SPIKES. MINE
RAIL, RAILROAD SPIKES, ANVILS,
BELLOWS, PLAIN A CONVEX
HUBS, SPOKES. FELLOES. SEAT
SPINDLES,CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES.
PIPE BOXES, PRING FTEEL,
BOTTS, NITS. WASH
HAIR, SHOVELS, WHITE LEAD
GLASS, Ac , Ac.,
DOORS AND BLINDS
ON HAND IN ASSORTMENT
AND MANUFACTURED 10 ORDER
LEATHER AND FINDINGS
FAIiZBAK'B SALES. •
eranton. March 25. 1963. vln33
WM. MACK & SON
take pleasure in informing the public that
they have opened their
TUN KIIA NNOCK,
L done promptly and well,
f luayjstsw*, Uwb Id hJOOtf.
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From A. J. E each, Af. D„ an eminent physician cf
Jul reurr, M as.;., who is a prominent member of
the Isttji lnture . f Afissachusetts.
" Dk.'Ayki;. My dear Sir: I have found your
SAI SAPAKILL \ an "excellent remedy for Syphilis,
both of tli primary and secondary type, and effec
tual in som c isco that iv. re too obstinate to yield
to other remedies. Ido not know what we can em
ploy with more certainty of success, where a power
ful "alterative la required.!'
Jfr. rh 's. S. Van J.irtr,ofXtw Erunsteick, .V. /,
h id dreadful lilc ra on His 1-gs, cause,! by the abuse
of mercury, or mercurial tit. -use, which grew mora
and m-.re aggravated for years, in suite of every
remedy or treatment that could Is? applied, until th*
persevering use of Ay tit's .SAKSAPAKILLA relieved
liim. Few cases can be found more inveterate and
distressing than this, and it took several dote*
bottles to cure him.
Leacorrhcea, Whites, Female Weakness,
are gem rally produced Ivy internal Scrofulous IT
ceration, ana are very often cured by the' alterative
effect of this SAKSAPAKILLA. Some cases require,
however, iu aid of the S \IIsApAKI:-LA, the skills!
application of local remedies.
From the well In am and widely-celebrated Dr.
Jacob Aforriit, of Cincinnati.
"I have Inu id your SAKSAPAKILLA an excellent
alterative in diseases of females. Many case* of
Irrcgul .rity, Lcurorrh'TS, Internal I'lreration,and
local d, bilitv, arising from the scrofulous diathtus,
have yielded to it, au 1 tiicre arc few that do act,
wiien its effect is properly aided by local treatment."
A lu y, unwilling to allow the publication of hut
name, writes .-
" My daughter and myself have been cured of s
very debilitating I.eucorrh.ca of lone stauvliug, b|
two' botties of your SAKSAPAKILLA.''
Rheumatism, Gout, Liver Complaint, Dy
pepsin, Heart Disease, Neuralgia,
when caused bv Scr -fula iu the system, are rapidly
cured by title EXT. SAKSAPAKILLA.
possess so many advantages over the othef
purgatives in the market, and their superior
virtues are so universally known, that we need
not do more than to assure tlie public their
quality is maintained equal to the best it ever
has been, and that they tnay le depended oa
to do all that they have ever done.
Prepared by j. C. AY Ell, M. D., 4 C*h
Lowell, Mass., and sold by
For sale byCunoell A Bannatyne, and Lymsn k
Wells, Tunkhatinoek. Sterling A Son, Meskoppea
Stevens A Acltley, Lacoyville, Frear, Ib-au A Co.
Faeloryville, and all Druggists and Dewlsts in *<!-
YOU CAN BUY YOUR
BOOTS & SHOES
TtA STMAjSF BROS.,
Cheaper and better than any place this side Eosfos.
None but the best workmen employed,
SATE THE EXPENSE
Of a man at a large salary, with a horse to rii*
around and drum for a city jobber, by buy
ihg vour Boots aud Shoes of
who can sell you of, every style, at wholesale or
35 per cent. Cheaper
And better than any other place. We have all of the
We will have every Boot-Seam Sewed by band, afi
Warrant every stitch
Our Warrant Means a New Pair or Money
There will also be kept in connection a CUSTOM
DEPARTMENT, whore particular attention will b#
SEWED FRENCH CALF;
and we expect to give perfect satisfaction in stock
and fit or no sale.
Men's Hemlock Kip 't. inch Leg) 1 Sole, - f-f
Women's High Shoes, llL.nd Made,J Calf, - 2,0
Calf Boot, (Hand Sided,) - - 500
Oak a quarter uollar extra. Other goods in propor
tion. Flease call and examine our goods
and satisfy yourselves. No trouble to
show anything in the Boot and
Shoe or Gaiter lino.
JtHkhannock, Aptil 16, '66.—*.