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|arm Sarbeit & futrfmi.
UfP Farmers, and Agricultural men generally
are requested to contribute to this Department, as ii
is from their experience that we hope to gain some
thing of interest for our readers.
FALI. PLOWlNG. —Without elaborating the
many 6trong points in favor of fall plowing, t
few of the more prominent benefits . JB*}' b
briefly stated as follows :
1. August and September is a good time t<
turn over bound out sod land and raanurt
and reseed it at once to grass, obtaining i>
crop of hay at once the following year.
2. October and November is an exceller
time to break up sod for planting the follow
3. The weather is then cool and bracing,
and the (earn strong and hearty for the work,
while the weather in spring is more relaxing
and tho team less able ; and spring work be
ing always hurrying, it saves time to d'--
patch as much oi the plowing as possible dur
iug the previous autumn.
4. Sod land broken up late in autumn wol
be quite free from growing grass the follow
ing spring, the roots of the late over turne'
sward being 6o generally killed by the im
mediately succeeding winter that not muc.
grass will readily start in the spring.
5. The frost# of winter degenerate tbt
plowed land, so that it readily crumbles n
fine particles in spring, and a deep niello*
seed bed is easily made. The chemical chan
ges and modifications resulting from atmos
pheric actiuti during the winter, develop la
tent fertility in the upturned furrows, whict
with the mellowing influences, materially in
crease the crops.
6. Host kinds of insects are either wholly
destroyed or their depredations materially
checked by the late fall plowing.
7. Corn stubble land may be plowed lair
in fall, and thus be all ready for very early
plowing in spring, thereby going far to in
sure a good catch of grass ; the roots of tb
new seeding hold well, or being well estab
lished before the droughts of summer coint
USEFUL HINTS. —Rich cheese feels soft un
der the pressure of the finger. That whici
is very strong is neither god nor healthy.—
To keep one that is cut, tie it in a cloth, pu
it in a cool dry place. If mold appears on i'
wipe it of with a dry cloth.
Flour and meal of all kinds should be kep<
in a cool, dry place.
To select nutmegs, prick them with a pin.
If they are good, the oil will instantly spread
around the puncture.
Keep Coffee by itself, as its odor affects
other articles. Keep tea in a close chest or
Oranges and lemons keep best wrapped
close in soft papar, and laid in a drawer o<
Bread and cake should be kept in a tin
box or stone jar.
Soft soap should be kept in a dry place in
the cellar, and should not be used till three
Bar soap should be cut into piece* of a
convenient size, and laid where it will become
dry. It is well to keep it several weeks
before using, as it -spends fast when it is
DEPTH OF MILK IN PANS. —My own ex
periments have demonstrated that to put the
milk more than three inches deep in the pans
entails a loss in the amoum of cream ; the
cream is so near of the 6ame specific gravity
as the milk, that it cannot rise through a very
great depth ; again, in s largo body of milk it
requires s longer time for it to lose its ani
mal heat, which must all be destroyed before
the cream commences to rise ; if any one
will take the trouble to set a shallow pan
W'th not more than three inches of milk,
away with a bucketful from the same kind,
he will find that tho pan will raise nearly if
not quite as thick cream as the bucket.
I would not put away milk deeper than
from two and one-half to three inches, and
have found that the increased outlay for pans
Is more than made up by the increase in
WEAK ETES IN HORSES. —Make up a wash
of alum and water which reduce to abou'
blood heat, and with a quill, blow the liquid
into the eye. After trying the above pre*
paration three times, take a piece of alum,as
large as the ends of one's fingers, and burn.*
ing it in the fire, reduce it to powder, and
blow it stoutly by the same process, into the
eye. We have tried burnt alum on a num
ber of horses that have had sore and bleary
eyes, and always found it a valuable remedy.
It will remove all scum and restore clearness
to the eyes.
FEEDING HORSES. —The Arabs, the most
careful of their horses of all people, do most
of their horsefeeding at night. They say
that feeding in the day time does not impart
so much vigor and elasticity to the animal as
night mastification does. Their saying is
that "barley at night goes to the buttock—in
the morning to tho manure." They afford
water too, very sparingly, during the day
A cockney sportsman gave a high figure
for a well bred pointer, but the poor cockney
did not know what pointing was. So when
the creature made a point, lifting the leg as
usual and standing motionless, our cockney
friend declared he had the cramp, and took
him up in his arms and carried him home.
An experienced grower of blackberries says
there is no use in trying to raise them unless
the canes are laid down in winter. It is well
known that the wood is often so much in
jured during that season that only a very
poor crop is obtained.
The Early Rose potato was raised by AN
fred Breese, of Vermont, in 1861, from a seed
of the Garnet Chili.
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LACK A WESTERN R R.
Winter Arrangement— 1867-8.
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE.
WESTWARD | EASTWARD.
Passenger Mail Mail Passenger
Train. Train. STATIONS. Train. Train.
A. M. P. M.
9.C0 New York'* 5,50
11.30 New liauipUm, 2.30
1148 Washington, 2.15
12.03 Oxford, 2.01
12.15 Bridgeville, 1.50
12.30 Manunk Chunk, 1.40
Dine. 1.00 Delaware, 1.35 Dine.
1.10 Mount Dethel, 110
1;25 Wator Gap, 12.51
1,40 Stroudsborg, 12-36
1.51 Spragueville 12.24
2.02 Henryville, 12 14
2.20 Oakland. 11.56
239 Forks, 11.37
3.00 Tobvhanna, 1117
3.14 Gouldsboro', 10.04
3,36 Moscow, 10.40
3.47 Dunning, 10 30
4 20Ar 1 C L 10.00
A.M. > SCRANTON. < P.M.
10.10 4-35Le j fAr.9 50 6.25
10,40 4-57 Clark's Summit, 9.23 5.55
10 53 5.05 Abington, 920 5.40
11.13 5.21 Factory ville, 904 5.21
11.43 541 Nicholson, 840 435
12.08 . 6.03 Ilopbottom, 8.23 4.10
12 38 625 Montrose. 8.00 340
1.03 646 New Miltord, 7-29 3.10
1.35 705 Great Bend, 7.20 2.45
P.M. PM. AM P.M
•Station foot of Liberty St
The MORNING TRAIN from New York con
ects at MANUXKA CHUN K with the train leav
og Philadolphia (Kensington Depot) at 8 00 a. m.
<nd at GREAT BEND with the through Mail Train
>n the Erie Railway, with sleeping car attached,
topping at all the principal stations on that road,
nd arriving at Buffalo at 6 15 a m , anl at Sula
uanca at 5 50 a. in
The Passenger train from Scranton connects at
treat Bend with through trains going west and east
n Erie Railway, arrivin - at Buffalo at 12.00 mid
night, aid at Salamanca at 11.55 p. tn.
The MORNING TRAIN from Great Bendeon
sects there with the Cincinnati Express on tho Erie
•tailway from the West; at Mununka Chunk with
• train for Philadelphia, Easton, Trenton, and m
ermudiate stations,arriving in Philadelphia at 6.00
p. m., and at New Hampton with a train for Eas
lon. Bethlehem, Allentowc, Reading and Harris
ourg, arriving at Harrisburg at 9*30 p. in.
At SCRANTON. connections are made with
-rains on the Lackawanna and Bloomsburg Rail
road, and on the Delaware and Hudson Canal Co.'a
Railroad, Time Tables of which roads arc printed
RA. HENRY. Gen. Pass A Tkt. Agent. je29tf
STANSBURY, IIASS A CO.,
ANNOUNCE to the public that tho Furniture
Rooms formerly kept hy Slansbury A Ilasshave
been removed to the Planing Mill of
D. L PECKFIAM,
CORNER OF COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
with whom a partnership has been formed, where,
by availing themselves of steam power, with improv
ed machinery they are prepared to furnish every
thing in their line, from
A MOP ITANDLE,
At the Lowest Living Prices.
UNDERTAKING attended to at the shortest
Upholstering and Repairing done to order.
STANSBURY, HAS 3 A CO.
Tunkhannock, March 13, 1863.-tf.
DANIEL WRIGHT k NEPHEW,
At Tunkhannock, Ta,
Are Agents for the following, and all other responsi
ble Insurance Companies :
N America, Philadelphia, Assets, 51,763 267;
Enterprise, " '• 372,304.
Manhattan, New York, " 1 052,128.
N.American, •' " 755,057,
Lorillard, " " 1,436.540.
Corn Exchange, " " 501,095.
Farmers' Ins. Co., York, '* 525.080.
Lycoming, Muncy, " 2,900,000-
Home, Now York. " 3,645,383-
Hartford, Hartford, " 1,799,153.
Phoenix, ' " 1,103.467.
Travelers, '• •' 741,337-
Hartford Live Stock, " 179,929.
Home, New Haven, " 1.438,491
Cumberland Valley, " 506.000.
N. England Mutual, '• 5,000,000.
Property of all 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, 1667,-v7n7 tf,
Tioga Street, Tunkhannock, Pa.
MRS. K. LEASE.
HAVIXtJ lately opened a new Fancy Store,, of
fers for sale an entirely now assortment of
Dress Trimmings, White Goods. Embroideries
Ladies Zepber, in all colors. Kid Gloves, Cuffs and
Collars, Lree, Yeili, Corsetts, Ladies No -kties, best
quality of Combs, Needles and Thread of the best
quality, and Fancy Notions of every variety, a
large stock of F'ans,
Including Cbina, Bronze, Papier Mache Tio, Rose
wood, Glass, Pewter, Wooden, Parian and Candy
Cosmatics Ac., Such as Pomades, Oils, ltandolina
bloom of youth and Paints, Rouge, Lilly White,
Oriental Cream, Pearl Drop, Ac.
MRS. E. LEASE.
Tunkhannock, May 30, 1869
STEAM COFFEE 11 SPICE MILLS.
ALL KINDS OF PURE SPICES.
C. W. KTRKPATBICK & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
CREAM TARTER, &C.
A"o. 517 Lackawanna Avenue,
(A few doors East of the Wyoming House,)
We grind all our own SPICES and COFFEE.
COFFEE ROASTED & GROUND
AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE J
AND AS CHEAP AS IN AN Y CITY. <
C. W. KIRKPATRIOS,
11. S. BE.4RLE
lenotoo, Pa., July 15, '6B-v7n4Bt;,
FOU N D or can be
found at Lyman A
Wells and J. W. Rhoads,
Tunkhannock, Penn'a, and
all other dealers, tho GK'T
ENGLISH SWEENY SPECTF
,)j f„ f, inent stands unrivalled,
and is the best, cheapest, most powerful Liniment
ever offered to the public, for man or horse.
It has been used for manv yerrs in England, by
the leading harriers, and they have had the greatest
success with it of any liniment ever used for the cure
Those who have horses that sroswecnicd or lame,
have swelled joints, sprains, bruises, old sores, flesh
cuts, collar galls, , should try this Liniment and
they will he convinced that it is superior to all other
If it docs not give good satisfacti '.n, return the
bottle half full, and your money will e refunded.
Put up in convenient form, and sold by all Drug
gists and Storekeepers at 50 tents a H .It le.
Don't fail to call for tne Great English Sweeney
D. G. GAREY.
Middletowo, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1863-tf.
II GREAT VICTORY!!
FORT SUMPTER RE-TAKEN
Enemy of Man Driven to the
THE NORTH SIDE OF THE
OLD FORT FILLED TO OVERFLOWING
Both Green and Dried Apples,
Abo, Fresh Canned and Dried
reaches, Prunes, Currants,
Nuts, Spices, Salt,
Soap, Segars, Pork, I.ard, Butter,
Eggs, Fi.-h, Smoked Meat, Oysters by the quart, gall
on or barrel ; Solid Meats in fact, every
thing in the line of GROCERIES
The South si le of tho Old Fort is fitted np for tho
reception of all wishing a dish of Raw
Stewed or Fried Oysters.
Pies, Cakes, Cheese, anu a Cop ot Hot Coffee, Sar
dines, or a dish of frc.-h Peaches.
Butter, Eggs, Game, Chickens, Ducks,
and Geese, at all times,
for which cash will bo paid on de
livery, at the very
highest market rales.
Call and see for yourselrcs and bo convinced that
the place to buy your Groceries, is in the Old Fort
on the Southwest earner of Tioga and Bridge streets,
Tunkh innock, Pa.
B. M- STONE.
Nov. 5, 1867—v7n!4tf.
A full and well Selected Stock of
At TUNKHANNOCK, Pa.
The undersigned takes pleasure in soliciting the
inhabitants of ibis place and vicinity to call and ex
amine his goods.
Enable him to supply
BETTER and CHEAPER ARTICLES
In his inc at
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
than can bo bought elsewhere
M. K. KOIINSTAMM'S
(Crano A Lull's old stand.)
Tunkhannock, May 5, 1968 tf.
grKOUD~& BROWN'S ~~
Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY !
CAPITAL REPRESENTED OVER £3O,OOO,OOO.
Home 1n5.,C0., N Y.,Capits>l and Surplus,s4/ 00.000
Ins. Co. of N. America, Pbiia " '- 2,000,000
International Ins. Co*, N. Y. " ' 1,500,000
llartford Fire Ins. Co, Hartford Ct. " 2,000,000
Putnam " " " " 700,000
Enterprise " Cincinnati, O." 1,000,000
Glens Falls 11 Glen's Falls, N.-Y., " 400,000
Lycoming Co. Mutual, Muncy, Pa, '' 4,000,000
Farmers' Mutual, York, " 700.000
Phoenix Insurance Co Philadelphia, 8250,000
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of Uartfurd, Ct. Capital - 816,000,000
Notes received .n payment of one-half the
premium, on which six per cent, interest
ODly is charged, and the note is never to be
paid under any circumstances —at death or
maturity the policy will be pud in lull and
notes given up.
Travelers' Ins. Co. of Hartford Ct, Capital
and surplds ... 700,000
Hartford Live Stock In. Co., Hartford, Ct.
Capital and Surplus, - - 500,000
Insurance on all kinds of Live Stock against theft
and death from any cause.
AH Business entrusted to our care will be attended
to on fair terms, and all Losses promptly adjusted
£. ?r Office Ist door East lrom Bunking Office of
W. 11. Cooper A Co., Turnpike St., Montrose, Pa.
BILLINGS STROUD, } SX OUD A BROWN. Agents,
CHAS. L. BROWN. ) 6 '
M. C SUTTON, Esq., Friendsville, Pa, Solicitoi
CIIAS- H, SMITH, Montrose, l'a., "
P. R;. EXTRAS & ERO.
JJAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
STOCK OF JEWELRY
of the latest styles.
GOLD RINGS, 13 Carets tine.
SOLID GOLD SETTS JEWELRY,
Gents' Masonic and Scarf Pins,
Sleeve and Collar Buttons, Ac., Ac.
Solid anil 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 Platod Ware Co.
CLOCKS and WATCHES
of the latest American and European Manufacture,
lunkiunoook, Dec. 18,45fi7.
§)artitae &ftoy Snobs.
fff MILLS If COr
Corner Tioga and Warrgn Streets,
Are now opening a large stocho
IRON, STEEL & NAILS,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, 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,
Buckles, Japanned Buckles, Silver plated
Bitts of every kind, llames, Iron Pad
Trees, Saddle Trees, Gig Trees, Girth
Web, worsted and Cotton, Thread, Silk
Awls, and needles, Ilalter Chains, Trace
Chains, Ac. A*c.
PAINTS AND OILS,
SPERM, AND LUBRICATING OILS
WILLOW W ARE
WINDOW and PICTURE frames,
GLASS OF ALL KINDS.
A r ails and llund-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.
Tunk. Pa. May 29th, 1867.
NOW DP EN ED.
A 13. MOTT.
THE CORNER STORE,
BY HENRY STARK.
IN TUNKHANNOCK, PA.
A NEW STOCK
A NEW STOCK
j A NEW STOCK
A NEW STOCK
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
SPRING AND SUMMER GOOD 6
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
PAINTS AND OILS
PAINTS AND OILS
' PAINTS AND OILS
' PAINTS AND OILS
HATS AND CAPS
IIATS AND CAPS
HATS AND CAPS
HATS AND CAPS
Ac,, A C-, Ac*,
Ac., Ac., Ac.,
Ac., Ac., Ac.,
Ac., Ac., Ac.,
In large quantities and at reduced prices.
A. B. MOTT.
Tunk. Majl.ft. 'CC—v6n3B
Manhood : How Lost, How Restored.
rnfmlstm ust published, a new eiition of Dr.
XTjRtiA CuhrerwNl'e Celebrated Easay
ffigy on the radical cure (without medicine
of Sfermatorrikea, or Seminal Weakness, Invol
untary Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental and
Physical Incapacity, knqjeliments to Marriage, etc.
also, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits, induced by
i self-indulgence of sexual extravagance.
Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author, in this admirable essay,
clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' successful
practice, that the alarming consequences of self
abuse may be radically cured without the danger
ous use of internal medicine or the application of
| the knite ; pointing out a mode of cure at once sim
ple ,certain, and effectual, by moans of which every
sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately, and radically.
This Lecture should be in the bands of ev
ery youth and every man in the land.
Sent, nnder seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
dress, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two post
I stamps. Also, Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Gnide,"
price 25 cents. Address the Publishers.
CHAS J. C. KLINE A CO..
I2T Bowery, New York, Poit-Office Box 4.
, 686. fTtiQlj,
prugs & Ufebwiaw.
Dru & Store
LYMAN Jfe WELLS.
Dr. Lyman respectfully announce# that he has
taken Dr. E. 11. Wells as a partner in the
and that they will continue to keep
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT,
In their line, at tbeolJ stand of J. W. Lyman
A Co., on Tioga St.
Wo cannot enumerate articles, hut it is our inten
tion to present a
WELL SELECTED ANI) RELIABLE STOCK
adapted to this market, and meriting the atten
tion of all who desire
Ac &c. Ac.,
A rates as low as enn possibly he afforded. ,
X. B. —All professional calls promptly attended.
Prescriptions carefully prepared, at all times, by
one of the Doctors.
J W. LYMAN, M. D. E, H. WELL?, M. D
DR. J, W. HHOADS*
tyji ra a1 'D 7 w iiiE7r sTOUE
The largest ana most complete Drug store in
NEW GOODS FOR EVERYBODY!!!
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY I
Just received and for Sale a splendid Stock of
N L W GOODS,
]) Y E S T U FF S ,
BRUSHES OF ALL
IIAIN TONICS. , J
POMADES k PERFUMERIES,
STATION RIES TOBACCO,
HAVANA CIGARS. (HEAL.)
ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS, SHOUL
DER BRACES, TRUSSES. Ac., Ac., A.
All THE POPULAR PATENT MEDICINtS OF THE DAY
And in fact every imaginable article
belonging to a
YIRST CLASS DRUG STORE.
PHYSICIANS' PRESRCIPTIONS efully
compounded at all hours of, and I
Don't forget to call at
DR. BROADS' DRUG STORE.
v6n37tf. Tankhannock.Pa. i
Jjittiiujs & l]hitlipfi
Keep on band and at all times, a
full stock of
G3RG GEKIESi |
BOOTS & SHOES, of Elmira manuf ture.
" <C Bing'mton "
" " City "
GLASS and CROCKERY
Asliton and Bbl. SAL T,
DRIED FRUITS, of all kinds
Flour Feecl, 3leal &. Brail.
PORK, IIAM and FISH,
Fanning Utensils, &c., &c.
We take in exchange, all kinds of
Grain, ai the highest market prices, :
Receive and forward feight of all
kinds for up or down the river during
the season for shipping, and will keep
coal on hand, in quantities to suit j
purchasers, during the season ; will
be found on Bridge Street, below
Hufford's Hotel, the sign in large
We have good PPJNTS at
12 1-2 cts. per yard, and all other
goods in proportion. Gall and see us
and you will be satisfied that it is not
the best place to buy where there is
the most blowing done. Our stock is
always full, as we receive goods every
day from New York, and are bound to
sell as low as the lowest.
BILLING & PHILLIPS
Tunkhannock, May -7^57 —N42 tf
Whereas, letters cf adininis. ration on the estate of
Jason Frost, late of the township of Forkston deceas
ed, have been granted to the subscriber. All peosons
indebted to the said estuto aro requested to make
immediate payment, and ihoso having demands
against tho estate ol the docendent, will m <ke known
the same duly authenticated, without delay.
Forkitac Sept. Bth 1868. vB-n6w6*
C- D- GEARHEA RT SCO
Having had a life-long experience as Foundry
men and Michinests, and employing none but the
best workmen the undersigned pledge themselves
to execute all work in their line in a style not sur
passed by any s inilar establitliiunt in the country
made and fitted up on short notice, from patterns on
hsnd ot all sizes.
and other Farming Implements.
STOVES OF ALL KINDS.
Tin, Sheet-Iron, and
LAMES, LEAD, TITES, dc., dc. ;
always on hand or furnished to order.
C D. GEARIIART, & CO.
Tunkhannock, April 29th, 1567 —v6n3Stf.
Hardware and Iron.
ii l T N T T Hi: n s
NOW OFFER FOR SALE.
IRON, STEEL. NAILS AND SPIKES. MINE
RAIL, RAILROAD SPIKES, ANVILS.
BELLOWS, PLAIN A CONVEX
BUILDERS' IA R I.V AI i.
HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES, SEAT
SPINDLES,CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES.
PIPE BOXES, SPRING STEEL.
BOTTS, NUTS. WASH
JTAIR, SHOVELS, WHITE LEAD
GLASS, Ac., Ac.,
DOORS AND BLINDS
ON H AND IN ASSORTMENT
AND.MANUFACTURED 10 ORDER
LEATHER AND FINDINGS
tr:.nt .n. March 25. l°f>3 vln33
WM, MACK & SON T
take pleasure in informing tho puldic that
they have opened their
done promptly and well,
• TwiUiarmojk, March IQ,JB6Btf.
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began taking your SARSAPARILLA. Took two bot
tles, and some of your PILLS. Together they havo
cured me. lam now as well and sound as any body.
Being in a public place, my case is known to every
body"in this community, and excites the wonder or
From Hon. nenry Monro, M. P. P., of Xewcastle,
C'. ?r., a leading member of the Canadian Parlia
" I have used your SARSAPARILLA in my family,
for general debility, and for purifying the blood,
with very beneficial results, and feel confidence in
commending it to the afflicted."
St. Anthony's Fire, Hose, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Sore Eyes.
From Harvey Sickler, Esq., the able editor of the
Tunkhannock Democrat, Pennsylvania.
" Our only child, about three years of age, was
attacked bv pimples on his forehead. They rapidly
spread until they formed a loathsome and virulent
sore, which, covered his face, and actually blinded
his eves for some days. A skilful physician applied
nitrate of silver and other remedies, without any
apparent effect. For fifteen days we guarded his
hands, lest with them he should tear open the fes
tering and corrupt wound which covered liis whole
face. Having tried every tiling else we hail any
hope from, we began giving your SARSAPARILLA,
and applving the iodide or potash lotion, as you
direct. The sore began to heal when we bad given
the first bottle, and was well when we had finished
the second. The child's eyelashes, which had come
out, grew again, and he is now as healthy and fair
as any other. The whole neighborhood predicted
that the child must die."
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease.
From Dr. Hiram Sloat, of St. Louis, Missouri.
" I find your SARSAPARILLA a more effectual
remedy for the secondary symptoms of Syphilis
and for syphilitic disease than any other we possess.
The profession are indebted to you tor some of the
best medicines we have."
From A. J. French, M. D„ an eminent physician of
Lawrence, Mass., who is a prominent member if
the Legislature of Massachusetts.
" DR. AYER. Sly dear Sir: I have found your
SARSAPARILLA an excellent remedy for Syphilis,
both of the primary and secondary type, and effec
tual in some cases that were 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 is required."
Mr. Char. S. fan Lieir, of Xew Brunswick, X.J,
had dreadful ulcers on his legs, caused by the abuse
of mercury, or mercurial disease, which grew more
and more aggravated for years, in spite of every
remedy or treatment that could be applied, until the
persevering use of AYER'S SARSAPARILLA relieved
liiin. Few cases can be found more inveterate and
distressing than tliis, and it took several dozen
bottles to cure him.
Leucorrhoea, Whites, Female Weakness,
are generally produced by internal Scrofulous ( 7-
cerediim, and are very often cured by the alterative
effect of this SARSAPARILLA. Some cases require,
however, in aid of the SARSAPARILLA, the skiilul
application of local remedies.
From the well-known and widely-celebrated Dr.
Jacob Morrill, of Cincinnati.
" I have found your SARSAPARILLA an excellent
alterative in diseases of females. Many cases of
Irregularity, Lencorrhcea, Internal l lceratiou, and
local debility, arising from the scrofulous diathesis,
have yielded to it. and there are few that do not,
when'its effect is properly aided by local treatment.'
A lady, unwilling to allow the publication of her
name, writes .-
My daughter and myself have been cured of a
verv debilitating Leucorrhoea of long standing, by
two bottles of your SARSAPARILLA."
Rheumatism, Gout, Liver Complaint, Dys
pepsia, Heart Disease, Neuralgia,
when caused by Scrofula in the system, are rapidly
cured by this £.\T. SARSAPARILLA.
possess so many advantages over the other
purgatives in the market, and their superior
virtues are so universally known, that we need
not do more than to assure the public their
quality is maintained equal to the best it ever
lias been, and that they may be depended on
to do all that they have ever done.
l'rejiared by J. C. AYEIi, M. D., & Co-,
Lowell, Mass., and sold by
For sale byßunnell A Bannatyne, and Lym mi
Wells, Tunkhannock. Sterling A Son, Meshoppeu
Stevens ,fc Ackley, Laceyville, Frear, Dsan A 0
Factoryville, and all Druggists and Deulsrs in BDJ
YOU CAN BUY YOUR
BOOTS & SHOES
Cheaper and better than any place this side Boston
None but the best workmen employed.
SAVE THE EXPENSE
Of a man at a largo salary, with a horse to nl®
around and drum for a ciiy j ibber, by buy
ing your Boots and Shoes of
who can sell you of, every style, at wholesale of
35 per cent. Cheaper
And better than any other place. We have all oi
MODEHK LABOR-SSVIIIG MAEHISEIY.
I We will have every Boot-Seam Sewod by band. >
Warrant every stitch
Our Warrant Means a New Pair or Money
There will also be kept in connection a C! fBIM
DEPARTMENT, where particular attention w
SEWED FRENCH CALF;
and we expect to give perfect satisfaction in -
and fit or no sale.
Men's Hemlock Kip (16 inch Legs) i Sole, - '*'
! Women's High Shoos, (Hand Made,) Call • -
Calf Boot, (Hand Sided.) -
Oak a quarter uollar extra Other goods in l r i 0,
tion Please call and examine our go d"
and satisfy yourse iv#e. No trouble lo
show anythin j n the Boot and
Shoe or Uaiter lino.
EASTMAN Pd> 3
Tuoknnock, ApiillS, '69.—t f