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A - FRAGIPtiEIs - T.
A married lady of thirty odd ;1
Every evenin&l , see in theii•beds
A "baket's'dOzen" of curly kends.
Every morning my slumbers greet I
The - patter"; patter of tiventreix feet'.
rhirteen llttle hearts are alwuys in a fl
Till thirteen little mouths are tilled
• bread and Witter ;
Thirteen little tongues are busy all day
Twenty-six little bands, with doing
thing wron,, , r, - ;
Till 1 am-to do, •
.With an energy, too.
And when - poor husband conies boi
from, his, work, .
Tired and hungry, and ileree,asA Turk,
W hat do yon think is the picture he sees
A legion of' babies'all in 'a breeze-,-
Johnny is crying, • '
An'd Lucris sighing,
And worn-out mamma, with her hair all
• flying ;
Stropg and angry . William beating little NI
ly ; •
.Charley in thepantry'.eatiug.ciirrent jelly ;
BiChard strutting around in
. papa's Small
Harry at', - the glisi tlO • razor
. throat; • • - • . - 1 -
Botha gets his: 4ingets ,cruOhed i when Sr
shuts the door, •
.roaring with a :tor
pound roar ; 1 • .•
Baby, at the coal 7 liod htirrie4..tnbeghk, •
Throwing in his Mite Ad thC universal dir
Aka! my lord and master being rather w.
Of nerve, he , 1 • •
Begins to louse his *patience in' the stun;
topsy-turvy, ••••. „, , •
And :tittin . the frightened. lito bileg all ft
me for shelter,
And sa.the drama dises 'Mid a general
• " ter-shelter. •" .1
rii give you my . atme,.."lesti• you find
Tours, respectfully ~Mrs. John Smith,
drop for. P9toAttpds.
, happens: that a farmer ,
port / ions of land on his farm so poor,'
tnvyiardly pay for cnitivating.• •
the soil is chiefly 4Vid' or gravel tho
it may be Clay. Net Unfrequer.tly the
eXposure,is : favorable to ripening e •- • frui:.
T:iese peitions of land are' hardly more
a; tia ble for grass than for . cultivated
ertips.... It is, true .'they might be made ,
productive by the application of sufficient:.
manure; .but sulliclent manure would
.cost enough 'to 'purchase lin equal;nurn-•
ber of acres of lertiJe land.-'1 • . .;
The'best way to utilize. these portions
of wintland is , to put in them - some crop
where the indiVidual plants gro w
distance. from • each..other. By • doing
this the groiind may- .
•be.highly man nred
and deeply pulverized at the plaCe3 where.
the. plants are , stand, while no manure.'
and hit little laber'need' bee iPerided oii
the,,remaind of • the:ground.. .By this'
count' a, littlelnanure may be made ;to
• "go a -great aid the coMparatively -
barren piece of. land 'may Made as . .pro-•
4iiictive of,. crops . as any pottion of the :
farm, even the.'inostjerlile. This :will
.consequence of the manure
platedf•Wlfe*it7Wildo'theinCSt t goOd. R 1,4
plants "spt:ead themselves,", although
theiridoiat extend but a short iStanee in
any direction. Pumpkins squashes - and
citrons send their—vitres long distandeS
over the surface of the ground, although
. their roots .14:elcopflpedi,.Ao very , iimit.ed
_ll),ese plants ;large space
in order. that the fruit may' ovoughly
~ - Tliere- w- actually , ao'" adVaittage
ill •Whieb the. Vines
• extend poor,. as the labor,. in keeping . doW
• the weeds is very small. .The poor soil
wi4--baimpreved Abe,- shade , and ,1133 , -.
the plants: that go to ;decay' upon - it. .
• Lands of this kind. knay also .be Advan
, tigeoudy-planted vita those Varieties of
. grapes' that - have. extensive, branehes, such
as the Delaware (?) and FOX. • By having
. Wide and strong supports - thee vines - do .
their, best to produce :the best. fruit When
theystlind2no nearer than, twelve or six
teen feet apart. . Large holes iniy be du' , "
• at. the places where!, the Vines; • are to be
-plantek.and a Pill lead of manure be.
planed in each. . It, th i s earth. be. mixed
with; thia;•.tivre. will-be'a. 'supply -of plant
,sufficient to last - ' ,- ',:the rites feryears . ..
Tomatoes_ - . furnish' 'another . excellent
• crop forland'id - the • kind mentioned.--
They db best when they stand five-or six
feeoipart;/For - tolivenience in •working
• the soil and gathering ~ the frait.- aeon
- sidernhlnapace— , is , ,•.required , betweenAhe
plants. • This 'space ~.may as, well be .fin,'
poor ground as- • Indeed; "0'0::
ground is . preferred, for. the reason .
nig,the roots Of thetplants cOnfined in a
aomewbatlinittetrakabe - ':fieli .- earth, a ,
vigorous growth the
spring. Asihe - rootiitie checked in their
. • extension, *ter,iii4clencon -- an increased
. fruitfulness is the result."
'tooled)* for. Diptherla. •
Take some pitch tar - not gas. tar—and
spread very little on an iron that is-just
hOtindigii to Make' smoke,—a:common
flat-iron will do. • Invert a. tunnel-,"over'.'
thetatiOkeand iAale for a few inifintei,
holding the .sinall.l - end of the .tunne ito
the Mouth and sWallowitig as much sm o ke
as can be borne Withoiiistrogling. - ry
this five or six tinies a day. During th
intervals Of inhaling the - smbke, Emil
pieces of ice should be held in the mout
as far, back in tbrotitias possible. It would,
he .Wtl.l to give this_ easy method a triPl in
severe cases of, malignant Scarlet fever,
where there is much distress in the
throat, . _
___ . _ - -
Ab inkstand :was turned over on a
white table cloth - , a servant threw'over
-it a= mixture of and pepper plenti
' and all traces of it disappeared.
The VelleYs ere'se old as the .bi1t5.';,:..1,.;-
Ilow Itleth Stock to an Acre.
. . .
•.. . ... _...._. , ) -
''. Many. interesting , experiments - have
been , tried i by our farmers at various tirnes.
to.deterinine the highest feeding 'capacity .
of, an. acre of_ ground, and. some very re
markable results have been reported ; but
precisely what the best attainable resulti
are is still au_ .open - questiniu't :Probably
. of pin. numerous -readr.re can shed
some lig4 on this inbjeCt, froth ' their own
e-4-perience. : - ... • , . :'
..• Whether' ten acres•of ground of - , aver....
.age fertility-will keep: more - or lesstbati,
that number . of cattle,: carrying ' them
through' the. Year in.. gpod, oOndition,4a,
of. no liable linterest,-..for. it is.
closely -related. to. the prosperity of hus
handry. --. H• - . • .
One thing at is Certain: -if We
take what: his been
. Considered the aver ,
age-experience.-ol farmers on this subject..
it willbe found to fall very much below
the higher -'res.r.lts actually, :readied by
the . skill and . perseverence of SOMei - of our
practical nyen. , '.Aliti. here Comes inlne
point .we ivifih to. get' •at.,: Why •do the,
average 'results of our husbandy invari
ably- fall soAn- beloW the. achievements of
some of the pleading men '? i :Of bourse
we cannot e.4ect that all will rise:tn the
level of the 'highest. - But .1 why do 'SO
1 • ..,.
many fall-behind; and so far,oehilid . ?. 'lf
o(e Man bi , :adding 'brain-pOwer to his.
muscular three can make an acre support'
two or three cows; is there any - sufficient
reason why another should require two ):ir
thrt.eacres to support ot*-.? i ' We should
like to rev ive from farmers soap account
of what, th .y :ltiike aco-niplished 'in this
direction ;- and also from what particular
crop or Ich l id:of food an acre can be made
to produce the greatest amount of actual
nutriment; o'r feeding value: F •-• . . f- -I
Why famers ,
eat so little; - beef has, we
confess, allways been: something we failed!
to nnderst nd. Allot- themare beef o raisers.
teSottie e tent, and at this leeaso.n of,the
year the 6, ittle are generally in good !con
dition yet not -one in _five kills One beef
annuallo: A yetixling or a two-year-old .
heifer we I fatted•can be bought in. the :
country a ! two . ..cents her pound gross,:
can be bi tchered at
.little or no cost,.
makes a c lauge of diet that is wholesothe
and. One tat is 'relished by every member
of the famils ,• yet.the fact is as stubborn
as ever that fanners eat Mit* little beef.
.We allude to this Ott Ojeet now because we
'think atl Can see theeconoiny of it, since:
TOrk is likely tO.ibe higher, than fnr:sev
eral . years . . Another.l view: 'We .save
the wintering: of these young and, in
! many instances, unprofitable•catte, all
:of w'hich . is an argumenti in! favor Of kill
,theto in the -fall or. early winter..
'fliere is ! begides; the ' dll'itig lot diet;
and theecononiy 'of this system of living
the luxury of good dried beef, and mince
'pie that follows as its
More beef and less pork.
How 'lO 'Feed 'Pooltiy.
Barnlard foNyle thrive best‘on a varie T
ty of fobd, and resemble swine 'in :. their_
omuiverous propensity.. They readily
devour nearly all kind - sof:grain and most •
.kinds or . meat. The grains best 'ad
apted- and generally used in feeding poul
try are corn, wheat,, oats and buckwheat.
When theie are . given separately they
should be.: alternated daily in ordert.o
inefire. - iallety. - But tliO-better way is - to
mix two or more kindsnefore feeding.—
lifashed potatoes.'are found to he a . very
nutritious and healthy faod, and, when
mixed with sour milk and bran, are well
adapted to young fowls. - in cold .weather
this combination may he 1 fed,Warm . once
'a da to all fowls, young sand old, with
exce !Oat - effeek. - Chopped onions -are
. eamly'relished by most..
• Ifowls, and may
be given - several. times a week with . great:
advantage. • The same• is true of . meat
ecrapsand clover hay: ' During the 'whiter
:either meat scraps -or - other equiv
' Aleut, animal food should be r con-
tlnually 4 accessible. . lii addition ,to
these "hints - on feeding poultry it is
pertinent to remind farmersi .of the
importance; of warm quarters, cleanliness,
. 1 ]
ventilation an , sunlight.'When these
points are all d ly attended to - there is lio
difficulty - in having a gobd supply of eggs
through the, wi ter, or in. making, poultry
profitable throu tout the sear. 1
Take tincturi of cfitharidies, oil of tur
pentine of •:eh one ,ounce ; corro
sive sublimate, one .drachni oils spike
and origannm, if eachlki ounces ;: cam
phorated oil an laudanum, of each four
ounces.; and alcohol, six ounces?;,. mix
these thoroughly together,and apply once
a daY- with good band.. rubbing over the
i.egien of the splint, until irritation on
the surface of the
_skin then stop for
three days, and apply 'again in the same
`i ;Linnet. ' ' -
. . ,
Take a roast Of boiled be , chopped
fine. one pound ; Pbopped:su t, one-half.
pound ; raisins, stoned and ch pped, one
ipound ; currants,one and ,a halt poUnds ;
ples, chopped very , fine, one pound ;
oist sugar, nne pound ; • candied
peel, 'shred fine; - Citron, half II
pound • orange, quarter of a pound;
groundginger, half an ounce ; allsiiice,
half an ounce ; sait,quarter of an ounce ;
the juice and peel (grated) of two large
lemons:, one nutmeg ; ;one-half:: piu.t
syrup, Thii is_an excellent recipe.
Kerosene and powdered lime, Whiting
wood ashes will scour tins with the
nR. ELLEN E.' MITCHELL, - PRY
-1..." -album and Sur i geOn, graduate of the Woman's
Medical College of tite N. Y. Isidrmary, then resi
dent physician fur a 3e2tr in the Woman 'ti Eitispital
N. Y. : after four ylrs' 'practice in Foui du Lac. Wis
consin, has located u Montrose. Special attention
given to diseases .o f women and 'children. Ufficent
the foot of Main Strtet, in• the old David Post home-
Montrose. Dec. 15, 1.815.--Bm*nso . -
HD. BALbWIN, - M. .D.,; 110 M CE
• pathie Pity&lan, has located bimself at IVlon
trose. wheie he wlI( attend promptly to all profession
al business entrusted to his . cane: 01170ffice in Car
malt's bnildtng, see?nd ; floor. front.Boartits_atllr.
.Buldwiu's. ; -
Montrose, P. Mtrch 10, 1875. - • `
w. 7w. SMITH, . DENTIST: ,
Rooms at hiid olliag,.nett doiir north of Dr.
halsey, ou Old found , whee he Ould . be
happy to see alt thise inwant of Dental Wo w rk. He
feels.conildeut tharlie can ple‘se all. both in quality of
work and in pribe4 Otilee hours froml4.
Dl ontrose..Veb.- 11,1874 , -0 • • •
r i NV'. CARPENTER.
AAL• CON TRACTi to erect sttucturei of all kinds,in
any scetion and coniplete them in overt; detail. Marble
alto slate Mantles east', Blinds, Doors, and Window
FratnesJurnished to Order. Stair Building and build
ing paper made spetialtiea. Employ none but experi
enced workmen. SkuP neat the'htethodist Char. h.
Montrose.iantiarY7,o.lB7s.4lyl 6,• , •
VALtEY DQUSE, GREAT BEND,
Pa .\ Situated near the ICrie Railway Depot.—
le a large anti commoooue houee. uae undergone a
thorough repair. N4wly furuisned mule and situp
inzapartmentsieplenod. tables,a hinge eonipris
ingu. tli Et class hotql., HENRI' AVKERT;
Supt.. Mil, 1873.-11. Proprietor.
FILLINGS sTnouD ItIRE. A'N - D
fe stgetit. Allbudnek.a. attended to
proraptly,ou fait tettilb . Office arat:door east oi the
bank 0 1 Win. 11. Cooper & Co.,?ablic Avenue,lttont
tote. Pa. - • [Aug.1,1869.)
J ily 17, 1872. • , BILLING ta STROYD.
HE TEO? LB'S' (MARKET - - Plifii•
-a- lip Hahn, Yroketor. ' Itr6ii‘ mid 't-talted - )Ateais,
Hanis; - rorir e Bologna! sau=age,etc.; of the best qual
ity, constantly on tvinti.at orices to suit. '.
Montrose, Pa., Jan 14. 1873.-I,Y 1 '
EDGAR A. TURRELL.
'C:11.2145 ELLOIi AT LANi r ,.
170 Proadwa,New York City
May 12, "75.--(Feb.:,l. 1574.-1 y)
. . . , .
1 . ITTLES A)D - BLAKESLEE .
-L:4 torneys at Lips Montrose, Pa. i Offie6 opposite
the Tarbell House. `,
1 , ; A.S. Livrts, -
! < Ozo. P. LITTLE,
• 140114-0FC,0Ct.15!).87a. ' , .*. L. , BLAXMLE;E.
N l ir B DlitiNS, DEALER IN
I, • flo . oks, It ationety, Weill Paper, Newt.pa
oers. Pocket Cuthry, Stereuseopic. Views‘ Yankee
Notions. etc. Nestloor to the Poet °Mee gontrvee,
ea. iW. 13'.'BEANS.
hdot. 30, 1574.
. , .-
EXCHANGt HOTEL !M. J. LlAR
rington wiehis to inform thepitblie thathaving
rented the . Exchaige 'total In IloptrotLe, he Iv now
prepared to accommodate the traveling public in
tirst-elass style. .
Montrose, Ang.28,1313. • !.• , .. ,
BURN TT, DE LEK IN sT A-
H.; -ple and Eancv, Dry Goodsj Crockery, -Bard
wale. Iron, Stovls, brags. Oils, and Pailits,Boots
and Shoes, Hats aid Caps, Furs, Ddffalo Heine, Gro
New Milford.' i.,Nov 6,
1011 N erIiOVES, - FASHIONABLE
V Tailor, Moutrae, Pa. Shop'over Chandler's
Store. Ali orders tilled In firSt-,CiaBB E.tyle. Cutting
done to order on ohort notice, and warranted to fit.
TIM D. A. 'LATI111.01 : • ADIENIS
tiro Blear!) Thermal bathe,at J'Aie Foot'; of
Chestnut street, , Call and conspt, in, all. Chronic
IS iIOLL, , SHAVING.I-4W.
Bair ikressilig. Shop over thU Poat. Office build
ing, where he will ne found ready tuuttand4al who
may wait auything •nlislitie. ',
Montrose` Pa. Oct. 18, 1869.•- '
BACON & SON WILL FUR
-1-:4 • nbotti at, IliolesaVe or lietailj yhe lie t au&Biteat
assortment 'oil On t fectionery. Fruits, , Nuts, , VPA
tO be foinia in tbi3 Viet nity, at the lowest cash' price. -
E. ;BACON t SON.
January 19, 187 E.
B R. W. L; , RICHARDSON PHYSI
don and Sti•geon, tenders 10 eqtrofeesionii ler -
vices to the citiztlit , of Montrose end vicinity. Office
at hio rusiderCe,,on the corner eitet of the FOIIII
drN. . • ,
rkast. i. 11169.
Q.COVILL, AND DEWITT T ATTOR
k-J neys at Lai. ind Solicitors in ilankruptcy..oilice
Na. 49 Court. Stree;.. over City National Bank, Bing
na ruton; N. Y. 1 • - i' • j Wat. 'Labovitz;
June 18th, 1814 I .3 EitOXE DEWITT.
1 - . .----------,
FAGLE. DRUG - frOttE. IS THE
place to get Drage, and M.4cici4*, Cigars, To
bacco, Pipe*, Poctet-13ooks,_ Spectate*, Yankee No
,Lions. itc. Brick Block - i A. B: BURNS.
- Montrose, Pa., flay sth, IS7b. -
L• F. FI'ICH, ATTORNEY - AND
• Couacelhor-at-law ontroSe, Pa. Ofilce as
heretofore, below and west • f the Cotirt lionse.
Montrose, Janutry 27,187 .--:13r.;
M - 1 A. LYON, , SUqCES§OII. .TO
&L.• Abel Turrell, dealer In Dings. Idedlcities;
Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye-stu rt, Teas, Spices,
Fancy Goods, Jewelry, Perlinnery
Montrose, May 19.1875 I '
AO. WARREN, ATI!
Law, _Bounty, Bach ray ,
em Mips' attended
below Beyer , Sto-te,-H'iOntros .I.)a
M. A. CROSSMON', 'ATTORNEY
at Law, °Mee at - OW dead House, in the
Commissioner's Mee. ; - W. A. CamlioN.
M ontrose.Seet. W.
WTILSONI. TURREt, SURVEYOR.
' Having had 20 years experience in the business,[
will continue to attend to calla In my profession. ,
Montrose, Pa., Sept.l.s,
R AD LAD 13IIRViTOPI, _
- P. t). addreas; Franklii Parke.
Susquehanna CO., Pa.
W. 8 MITI4, ,CA.BINET AND
W• Chair Mennta'Curers. You* .1 Mainstreet.
Montiuse, Pa. . s [sag. 1. 1869.]
15 W. SEARLE, ATTORNEY AT
• Law, office ..out the 13Vere of Pylosnuer,
to Brick Block,Montroec Pa. Aug, 1, '69.)
O'NEILL, ATTORNEY, -AT
. .d• Law. Office over J.R. DeWltt'S.
Montrose, Pa. June 9, 'ls.—ittl
TB.& A. MOOOI4LUNI., AT-
P" • torneyisittLavi. Office dyer W. - 11. Cooper
Co's tiank.MoPtruve Ys.. Mayllo, 1571.—ti
O. 'CAMP, ATTORNEY - AT
• Law, Montrose, Pa.. Oftfr,e over Wm. 13. Cooped
& Co.'s Bank,
Montrose, PQ Jaz.lsth, 18.6 1-
Friel:Wiwille,' Pa., -Avg 1, if:l).—tf
JOB PRINTING h•
AT: THIS °pimp; VILICAP.
i l l it
A. COOPER & CO.,
GENtRAL BANKING BUSINESS bON E .
00,LLECTIONS _MADE ON ALL
POINTS AND PROMPTLY ACCOVN-
IltD FOR AS • . HERETOFO4E.
DOVESTIC AND FOREIGN; M-
I I - 011 AN GE FOR .SALE :
UN!TID STATES' & OTHER' "AONDS
i. BOUGAT AND SOLD.
CO i PONS AND CITY AND COUNTY
RANK CHECKS CASHED ;AS
. USUAL: "`?
OCEAN STEAMER '.1 3 -A:SSAGEiTICK:
lETS TO AND FRONEUROPE.
INTEREST ALLO,WED ON SPECIAL
TIfIE DEPOSITS, AS PER -AGREE
MENT WIIEN - TIIE DEPOS--
the . future, as in' the past, we shall endeav
0r1..0 transact all money business to 4he sat%
faction of ourpatrons and correspondents.
W . H. COOIPER , & CO4
- Montrose, March 10 '75.--tf. Bankers.
Atithorize.d Capital, -
Pr • sent Capital, -
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
.J :-TURRELL. - Peestilqi
) D. SEAR LE; . ,Tice Prcgiden
L. LEK] . . Cashie
WAL J. TURRELL;' D. 'D. SEARLE:
G. B. ELDRED, M. S. DESSAUER,
• ABEL TUERELL, G.OV...BESTLEY;
-• A. J. GWON, MOO:rose;lsti,
F 4 A. CL •
El A. PRATT,. ...New MiilfOrd,.P4'.
Iq. B. \\TIM HT, fiusqu6hatlna Depot, Pa.
Li S. LEN ' Gmit, teed, Pa.
LLECTIONS -MADE ON ALL POINTS
SiSCIAL . DEPOSITS SOLICITED.
At9i00ge,.34.F611.3 : ,, 1875.—tf
SERMON SUMS - !Bilit
120 Wyoming Avenne,,
RECEIVES MONEY ON DEPOSII
FROM COM'PANIES AND INDIVID
UALS, AND RE TURNS THE SAME
ON DEMAND waHouT PREVI:-
OUS NOTICE, ALLOWING INTER
EST AT; SIX. PER CENT. PER.AN.
NUM, PAYABLE HALF YEARLY,
ON =THE 'FIRST DAYS OF JAN U
tRY AN D JULY: ASAFE AND RE
IABLE PLACE. OF DEPOSIT FOR
LABORING MEN, MINERS, 342K
CHANICS, AND MACHINISTS, AND
FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN'AS
WELL. MONEY DEPOSITED ,OIN
OR BEFORE THE TENTH WILL
DRAW INTEREST FROM THE
FIRST DAY . OF THE MONTH., THIS
IS IN ALL RESPECTS A HOME IN
STITUTION; AND ONE 'WHICH IS
NOW RECEIVING - THE SAVED
Ifi'ARNIN GS OF THOUSANDS UPON
* THOUSANDS OF SCRANTON MIN.
r,ItS AND MECHANICS.
DIRECTORS ; _ JAMES BLAIR,
SANFORD GRANT, GEORGE FISH.
-ER, JAS. S. SLOCUM, J. H. SUTPHIN - ,
C. P. MATTHEWS, DANIEL HOW.
jELL, A. E. HUNT, T. F r HUNT
!JAMES BLAIR, PRESIDENT ; O. C.
' 4 •
OPEN DAILY FROM NINE4A.
I:II4TIL*FOUR P. M., AND ON WED.
NESDAY AND . SATURDAY EVE.
INTNGS UNTIL EIGHT O'CLOCE:
Feb. 12. 1874.
en ion and Ex
()beg Art oor
J. BARNS,. I • ` RG. Butsitirts
BINGHAMTON MARBLE; WORKS.
(ESTABLISH= DO 18401
DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS OF
itatian & escangktuParbi
-AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITES
Marble and . Slate Mantles,
V ) , „ •PSt' 'N' D
*fly 14, lErl3. - 0 R A.MTON. NY
IT' IS. MADE.
MO ti titOSE, - PA.
:OLD ON KUItOPE.
'OF, RRIN 9 , 74:- iF.A.AUL,
Ot7 31233ra,cil , pgret* I%T.
L ANUFACTURVitIi OF ALL,KINDS OF:,
31 11 Z3uarslarz• l'rcorcal
ylie oldest and moot reliableirm in the Ub !tea Elixtvit
%lie, took the prize medal awarded *4 the
WORl46'll PAM AT Lor•fazi
Salop are' warranted tree from dampness wit CQ
BILLINGS' STROUD, Agent.
Noutroso, WAY . 6 '74.—tf.
In order to tiotttir accommodate the community, the
enderhas established , 41 detiot : for the *Alcor
Lumber litannfattured at hit en wly•erected building on
the. Old Keeleutannery Site, in !he
Where will be kept constantly on Laud. A full stock of
WHITE AND -YELLOW PIINT,E,.IIE3ILOCK,
OAR', MAPLE • Ali BLACK
which with the Ind .ot the moat improved taachiney and
coLPPetent wottmen.is prepared to wAlrk into any rhipe
to meet the wants of Customets.
IQBLL SEA 4 4ONED INCIMDING SIDING
FLOORING; CEMING. • SHINGLE AND
LATII CONSTANTLT , QN 'LAND. •
Planing; Matching, llouldings: 4a. Scroll Sawhig
tone to order._
iu conneutiou wit a the above establiAment. under the
management of Air: El. it. Rogers. .hstimine ourwork
before leaving your orders elsewhere. Repairing done
Montrose, Septfrabea r .
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Tlio Potlo's Ilrug Storili
LOMBER.: - YARDI
Ee l Carlo ad WO
N. BULLARIj, PPPRIErOIt.
R. KlRlYON.Drugglat & Apothecary.
PATENT MEDICINE EMPORIUM 1.
The undersigned would respectfully announce to all
the people everywhere, ,that to hit already extensiv
stpck and variety of Merchandise in the Grocery, Pro-
He has added a v , ry choice assortment of PURE
DRUGS. PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES, PER
FUMERY, ate.. which he flatters Wins If be can assure
the public they will find it to their' advantage to exam
ine before purchasing elsewhere. To all Physicians in
this section of the county ho would respectfully an
nounce that he has settired the services of R. Kenyon.
as Druggist and Apothecary. utiose long experience and
acknowledges care and ability. entitle him to your en
tire confidence in the line of compounding medicines
or preparing prescriptions, and who would also esteem
it an especial favor to receive calls from any
. 01', his old
^ustomers or new ones. - Will make the Patent Medi
tines a specialty. Also Domestic and Foreign Mineral
Watcrs-an extensive stack. Also fine Groceries—
LEITIO'S EXTrUCT_OF BEEP_ FRESH SALMON
PICKLED k, CANNED CLAMS. LOBSTERS,
PEAS, CORN: BEANS OYSTERS, -4ci.. &c.
- -•r t. , :, _ !, • • . •
In fact, anything and everithing that ilk ordi nartlyneed
ed. "Lerpnetrally Rplieltiag a call I remain
4 2- _ • 1. N. BULLARD
Po*der? PoWdei! Powder !
Blastins,. Rifle, and. Shot ;Powder, Shot, Lead, Gun
Tubes, Caps, Pogehes, Flasks, Fuse; &c.,
- • . &d., - &c.. for Sale by -
Motitrose, Sept: 9, 1874-Ir.
Figures Do Not Lie !
SEE FOR YO 1L
OUR LEW PRICE LIST FOR
SPRING AND.SUISIMER OF
Heavy cottonade pants,
Stout wool-rulsed pants,
Good all wool pants.
French cassiruere pants,
Heavy workingmen's sults,.
Scotch cavdtriere suits,
Harris cassia:ken suits,
'Fancy check and stripe suits..
Meek frock coats.
Black dress coats, imported,
Black cloth vests, .
White linen vests,
BOYS' SUITS, a4b 9 , years.
Boys' fancy woptsult*,
Sian, 9; • to 15 years.
any*" fancy snits,'
Boye' finest eassintere suits,
Youths' suits, all styles;
Good cotton starts, -
Good rubber suspenders,
And all other goods in proportion.
Tice above prices are for cast only. and are qu oted
for customers from a distance.
Sinn FORFICIT if the above price Hit Jo not
V‘../ fulfilled; which prices are parented 15
per cent. lower than those of any other; house in this
city or vicinity. .
WEBSTER, The Clothier
Binghatneion, ?day sth 1875.r4r -
_I have reiititd the above Mine, and fitted them up in
tirstlase order. I have • also , stocked the , mill
. ALL KINDS' OF GRAIN.
Including Western White Wheat.
I also ifeep on hand
wn_Eivr, RYE, AND BUCKWHEAT
1410 Ult, ',CORN 'MEAL,
Feed, Buckwheat Pro. etc.,. etc.. which I offer to the
public et,the - lowest prices , . WAD kinds of Milling
FIVE HUNDRED bathes Of Rye. ImmidistelY• 4114
highest cash price paid for a l klude of Grain.
. ERNST MUER&
, ' Eala BUTTER,
wonted,' 11 , 1the . ,st ositt pricA . beA 4l4 s
Rush, ;satiny 19 5 18.--9w,tr •
I. N. BuLT:mitt.
$ 1.75 to 2. 50 •
&G 0 4.00
• 5.00 1.50
• 8.00 12.09
10.00 2 010
6.00 ~ 9 . 00
10.00 1 4 . 00
$ 100 4.00 .
COO , 6.00
's'4.oo $ 7. 03
8.00 14- 0 , 1 ?,
' 5.00 folvo so