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The Best-Pi:4llw crops.
_a ,I'vhil.. some poor fel=
low's head is turaed at the 'report of some
-otherbody's success with , some one' crop
or another The figures are astounding.
He firmly, believes thati,;hat one man
has done ,anotlier can d, he 'ventures
in - the - same field, only to lose in some
-cages . all. - And yet it is true that almost
all the best success in tanning or garden
iog ,comes from ' close, attention to some
one crop, specially arid above all. - \
But no one_ can. tell -*neither what is
best for hitt to -grow. • Even when the
soills specially adapted to a certain crop,
there are'all the little details or practical,
culture" to_ be mastefed; and even ~then
the question =of marketing enters large;
ly into the Puccess of the experiment.
It 'ls' often o i matter. Of..senvy with
farniere of a certain class,. that mercan
tile. affairs should. seem to • make, more
satisfactory ventures than farming; but
it "is seldom thought over how these very
successful businesses .are established.,
There is no reason WhY just the same
processes matnot lead•te great successes
on, the land as in, the *ore ; indeed, it. is
a common experien a. that .it is so.
Hundreds of men eve y year make money
to their entire satisfa tinn ! out of agri-,
cultural or horticultural pursuits. 'They
are not so Well-known, Idol not make as,
much show as the store keeper—agri
. culturists are too much scattered to make
this imposing appearance- , - bu t the.profit s
.we speak of are there as -surely -in the
one case as in the other.`,,
These successful' busineases are -sim
ply the result of a
. series of experiments
as to what can best be done. Hardly a
business that we know 4 of, that May he
'pointed oat as illustrative of gre t enc
. cess, achieved that success in t eline
Marked out for it at the start, A eneral
knowledge of some \ one thing may basic
sug,,oested the enterprise, bat one after
another, as some parts would
understood, the least, p i rofitable would be
stopped; and, in many instances, firms
that began dealing! its a dozen- articles
would end in only' •o#ie.. We have fre
quently pointed (int the, fact and urged
on cultivators thatthiSis the only way t
get the special crop business ;.but we have
the matter brought to our mind just now
. through a history of, a very wealthy
farmer of Massachusetts, which is run
ning the rounds of the papers and serves
very well to illustrate the doctriee which
we have so long taught. - ',
This man farmed as !other men fanned
but with an eye to any special excellence
. of anything that hia lanC t ., hiS knowl
edge nr his circumstances Might suggest.
He, however kept in with' all the regular
routine of farm crops in the 'meantime.
' He found that he could' grow small pick
ling eucumners better than his !leighbors;
but he did not - thereupon • plant,alli his
- farm with cucumbers. He knew that
such a business, like the
, %criip, must
have time to grow. His fir at, crop was
owabout an acre.,, The croP „was good,
. but the sales 'were bad. ,For these spe
cialties it is'always hard. to find a market
at least. The next year he had less diffi
„ culty in 25 ellibg, .and he ventured tq in
crease- the ' acreage. Thus; be hasgone,
' on till he Alas sold easily and at koixi
prices the product of seventy-five t(cres
of cucumbers; .and now feelt that he, is
safe with no other crop but this. . -
Now -there 'is scarcely a district of
country in the -whole United States but
. is able to grow serne'one thing. lt shoUld
be a continual subject. of 'experiment on
every farm as to i whet will- grow and
' thrive remarkably 4. ,I#ell ; and having
- found this out,'what ( would be the pros
pects of a, good market fur it: It ioare
indeed that any one . who, i raises inst ex-,
actly'what his neighbor does, eirer makes
a great strike in the.wayof wealth. He
makes out of wheat, or corn, or pork, a
fair average living price; and if he is a
little more intelligent than some as to tae
niceties of caltivation;, he may make
morethan ' his neighbors; but
. the rich
farmer is generallt he who;by careful
observation and calculation, is able
gradualltbut spyoty ,io, get out of the
' ' beaten traCko. , ::.-,.-"::: : 1',:.-. 1
A weekly journal calls atten _ion to a'
subject which is probably very !Atte at,
tended. toin the building of . d we'll ng
houses, the provision for ventiftttion
of clothes- closets; It 'sayess that there
should he a' window or opening of sOme
sort from the closet .to the outer, a' r\or to
a hall, so , that a ctirroot of air, 'might re
move any unpleasaut, odoraarising from
clothing`that bas been- worn, ' , from shoesk
or from anything .ebe...lept in the closet.l
A garment that has 'hung up for.wlength'
of time in a OloSe : closet is as;unfit , to
'unless it bas been thorotghly aired
as th ough; the. unwnoleSome vapors it had
absorbed were visible.' to the . eye. The
charm otclathing. new and Clean lies far
more in the absence . these vapors than
manY people are ,aware.
. The easiest way, and in fact the only
orgy ; to.cute a 'well-developed caiie of
gapes is to pull off the chicken's heal
Swabbing out the throat with aathe
injecting black pepper ,
or anything eise is
both difficult and doubtful. The hest way
Is never to:have, the gapes in your flock.
Give your hens -with broodi access to nl4 w
ed ground. let them scratch, and' the
chickens will never have the -gapes. .7ifake
a movable coop' and' cover the hen with
it—having no bottoM—right in the .mids
of you; garden ; a nd the chickens, vri;
keep off the ants 'and 'bilge, and keep b
the gapes at the, sanietinie. 1
Ipereas,lng the Grass Product.
At the recent meeting of the Vermont.
State-Board,:!of, Agriculture, . 1 4i .':C.".11.„
I4ubbard made. some practical.
rentarks'on this' toptc,-applicable to other
States:RS - welt as Vermont. We seleot . aa
fellOWs front the Vertinit'Farmeit •
We 'can inOrease the grass crop 'without,
cominerciall Manure .hetter than any other
crop.. .First,', by top - dressing
This is theloheapest and mOstl . eXpe.ditiohp
way..- This; Must 'be restricted. tomeadows
where . there ',already "_a fair quantity of
~grass-roOtalin healthy - condition 'and also
whets it 14 root •' too :'dry.; .otherwise we .
?bill bp greatly ; disiipnointed in 'the re- - ,
Stilt. • Ttie Wahine: used should :not be
coarse andllnmpy, for.in. this condition it
will :lay mil the ground for years and not
benefit thei.gtass to any great extent ex*
cept what little is washed into the grOund
portions..lSecond, by plcwing up
. and 're
seeditig.Wliere the . ground - is dry_and -the .
grass ail: run out.
.In parts" too •roUgh;",
and stony I.tO plow: to advantage put,
fine. :in ~.w,et time; sometimes
;; plaster, cab h e use ~tosa_vantage, 'but no.
on Mister doei.best on clover::
I nee frOtri a - hill btishel to it.bushel of .
"limiter, per acre and, apply .it-just after
the clOve'r starts `from- the
recinninendLplowing. and reseeding si ith
*Manure, ..viithout raising any crop, in
orOi to - oover the ground .quiCker. I.
coninder ten loads of gctoil : per.
;acre 'a 'fair dressing where nothing tint:
grass is sawn. . At what Season , shall we
stock thii groutid in order to " have the
seed sprO i ut and grow ? Some, farmers
think they must sow grain witi.t the grabs ,
to.shOe fit, but this is,.not necessary.'
prefer to lOW it as soon after - haying as
possible, btit if.. it bapp , ,,ms to sprout and
then cores .on
,dry.l weather. you loose
your seed. But this cannot be avoided..
You eaniscw. as late -as November and
get a goOd Croii. lint do, not' sow clover
\in the fall )‘.y any, means, it is toosensi
live to frost. It 'is not necessary to,har
row in •yOur seed if yousow early. When
yott._sOw herd grasp late, you must
higlj tbelfirsfyear, for the • roots.are not
sufficiently : established to stand exPosure
to"the - hr';at of the sun and dry weather.
*A peck ©f iherd ten.pounds of clover-and
a bushelot - re'dtop,tnake agood mixture
per acre. :Clover is very vitlntible on tie
coutit.of its taking so, much of its fitod
frOnyth'air.. 'June. grass-1 consider best
to feed 'eo.ws, 'brit must be, cut in "June.
de, not believe. in top-dressing heavily
enough-Ito. smother - the ctoyeri-and-in. re-:
gar& to I rOwen it is better to . mow it off
earlly...sc that" it can - start . again before;
Winter than to let it rot on the ground or
feed it off.' Id regard to curing. hay; it
,ehould he just:dry enortgh no to - heat,in
the ino4 , , and. so that it will come out
green in the Winter.: -
. Soils, are .adapted to - different kinds of
grass, and farmers will di) well to ascer
tain the adaptation. Orchard grass IS
good for moist -land, -and mar: take the
place.of ',Swamp: and wild, grass: Two. or
three cos may. be cut in one season.
grass will grow and - rnatu.r,e
'days, and may be. used when grain
:has died out. Sonic 'people' grow fodder
corn; but my obkction to that is that'll
takea.al great deal of manure, and it is a
,to . : harvest it. 'Foddei corn
should ;be allowed to wilt, before fed to
cows, Or it : will cause them to give watery
The , Scienlffic American says : The
point to . which we now call attention is,
that our farmers and fruitgrowers are
kgOorant'of the importance of wood ash :
es as a vegetable stimulant and leading
constituent of plants.giver. coal ashes,-
now thrown; away as useless, halve been
Shownl'both by experiment and, analysis
to posess a fair share of alkaline value.
We will relate only one experiruent.''Sonie
twenty five'years ago, we treated an old
pippin tree as follows; The hollow to the
height of eight feet, was filled and ram
teed with a composite of wood ashes,
garden mould, and a little waste lime
(carbonate.) The -filling was securely ;
fastened in ,by boards... The next year
the crop of sound fruit was-sixteen buSh
els frnm an,old shell of 's tree that had
b9rrie. nothing of any', account for .some
time, and for seventeen years, after the
filling of the old pippin tree it continued,
to flourish and bear well.
hi 11866, says a Correspondent. of the
Garden'er's Monthly,, I had a yoting or
chard that• 1 began to prune in Febrniry
and dontinikid at intervals till AuguSt
nd tboSe pruned in June did better,
healed Over sooner; than any pruned
either before or. after that period. In
187111 began to renovate an orchard ten
yeari, old that had
to the absurtilashi..n of •iow heads which
prevails at:-:that. time. It took a greitt .
deal 4 cutting and trimming the result
I was that every . wound made in June,- - -
the time the. work was done—began at
once to heal over, and. by the time grawth
stoppeCin the-fall,, every place ..where .a
branch had been cut oft had a beautiful
ringiof fnew- bark and wood,.of from; ne
third to one-half inch in:width all around
it and Still they are doing well.
cnt#Eit'r JELLY.—Wash your currants
put ; them - in akettle, sterns and all,. mash
and boil Bitten minutes after they. begin
to_beil thenL strain, and, measure, and
boil ;fifteen. minutes' longera,' then 'remove
your kettle, and add eight pounds of:aug
ar to seven pints of ' , juice; . Always have
one more pound of-sugar than therears
punts of juice. •
.TIIE: H D - o;AO'C:l3.ii'..::'-:7 7 A.'VQIJ:S,T._ . 2:. -,- : 1-- . 81 :;$.
Time tor Oruning.
VRY FLOWERS Bopn IN
WINTER I : j
Are you aware that you' can '.obtaln Summer heat in
January f That you can impart balmy air to you
families ?-that y!)tt Can give *spontannona growth to
plants and Flowers, and that you. can make home a
little paradise by purchasing one of 8. , C. Sore's Hot-
Air Furnaces ? These Furnaces are now constructed
with VAPOR PAN by which the atmospbere is tem
pered to that resembling Summer heat. _
NO MORE CRACKING OF,
It RE--NO .MORE DRY .
And the time has come '
.when consumptives may re
joice in coal fixes. These furnaces are sold entirely up
on their , own merits; aid are now the leading Furnace
in this part of the country- AlI Furnaces ire warrant
ed to give entire'satisfaction or no sale.
P" MT Pt IV Att.. &•
I keep competent men on the road who are well . ac
quainted with the Furnace business and they are eon
stantty putting up these Furnaces: Thelr!work in war
ranted to'please. These Furnaces are now scattered in
the following towns and cities: • •
Binghamton, Scranton, Providence,' Wilkes Barre .
Kingston, Pittston, Elmira, Waverl),
Great Bend, Suspnolirrina Depot. flaw' k, - Delhi,
DownsviUe, Andes, Maigaretville, Franklin, Unadilla,
Owego, Northumberland, and many other towns.
Any parson wishing a recommendatton Om any one
Hying in the above named places. .1 gladly entree,-
pond with them, giving names of parties now using
B. C. SAYRE,
•1 1 i
Montrose, December 22d. 1875
In order to better accommodate th , coihmnnitY, the
undersigned has established a depiot for the iiale of
Lumber Manufactured at hie newly-erected building on
the:Old Keeler tannery Site, lathe I .
where will be kept constamtly . on tum i d. A hal stock o
WHITE AND . YELLOW PINE, HEMLOCK
• OAK, ASH, MAPLE AND BLACK
which,with the ald of the most Improved ea:whiney and
competent workmen. is preptiredto work intoany rhape
to meet the wants of Customers. _
WELL SEASONED LUMBER, INCVIDING SIDING,
• FLOORING,' CEILING. SHINGLE AND
LATH CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Filaning, Matching: 31onldings. and Scroll Sawing
tone to order.
WAGON 1 CARRIAGES SLEIGH
• \ +BY
'.I • • ,
in connection witn the above establishment. under the
management'of Mr. E. R. Rogers. Examinq - our work
before leaving your orders eiziewhere. Repairing done
, , • AL. LATIIROP.
Montrose. ,Septembez 29th. 1875.. ,
NEVI ARRANGEMENT •
The Pco➢lc's RE Store,
I. N. BIILLARti, PROPRIETOR.
. KENYON ,Druggist & 'Apothecaty.
PATENT MEDICINE ;EMPORIUM
' The undersigned would rcepectfullyannounce to all
the people everywhere, that to his already extensiy
stock and variety of Merchandise in the Grocery, Pro
Re has added a vt r3r choice assortment of PURE .
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES; BRUSUES, PER
FUMERY, '&c.. which he flatters hims. If he can assure.
the public they will find it to their advantage to exam-'
ine before purchasingelsewhere. To all Physicians in
this section of the county he would respectfully an
nounce that he hassteured the services of R. Kenyon
as Drugg lei and Apothecary. AS hoee long exnerience and
* acknowledged 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 of hie old
-ustomers or new ones. Will make the Patent 'Medi
tines a specialty. Also Domestic and Foreign Mineral
Waters—an extensive stock. Also fine:Groceries—
LEIBIGIS ;EXTRACT OF 'BEEF,. :FRESH SALMON
PICKLED & CANNED CLAMS, LOBSTERS,
PEAS, CORN. BEANS, OYSTERS, &c.; &o.
In fact, anythingand evervthing ttiat isintinartlyneed
ed. Respectfully soliciting a call ;I remain
I I. N. BULLARD
Powder! Powder ! Powder!
Blastit44, Me and Shot Powder, Shot, Lead s Gun
Tubes, Pouchee, Flafsks,Fuse,
&c., &c.. for" sale by
kouirone. Sept. 9.1814-tr.
N.:QIVIN IBUS- UNE.
dersigned has an omnibus tine running to ev
L.., &. _ W. and Erie Railways .1
Th 3 :
Shippin 4 ' or Re-Shipping Baggage
at either depot•will hepromptly attendett to.
Thenew; river- bridge le new corepleteM Itencethere
is no ferrying. I,``
_oxt band to convey passougars to 414 point la
like urrOOndlng country. • t,
L • • U. 131:Teilkkroptr'
Great Paid. Aug. 19,
_ • .1
HEART OF TOWN
icit 1304:11 . ;. ;Pa.
R. _ELLEN E.. MI'reiIIELL;.:PLIY ,I
sictan . and Surgeon, graduate.or the Woman R .
Medical 'College - of the( N. Y . . infi r mary,' thin rein
deut physician fur a yedr in . the Woman's hospital: in
N. Y.: after four 'yeari. l :practibe in' Fon - dti Lac; Wis
consin, has located in Montrose. Special attention'
given to diSeases of : Women% and children.. Qttice At
"the foet of Main
. Street; in the .01d,' David Post houie
IN At. D., tioNka
pathic Physidia - n and I Surgeon., has located
himself at Montrose. Where he will attend promptls to
all professional business entrusted to his care.—
ilartlflici : in 'CarlosWs building. second floor, front.
lloarde at Mr. E. Buldivin's.
- Montrose; Pa.. Marci IU, 1875.
DR. W. W. !SMITH . DENTIST.-0
Rooms at his dlyelling, next .door north of Dr.
Halsey,s, on Old Foundry street , where he would be
happy to ace ail thoso in want of Dental Work. He
feels confident that beican pleAse all, both in quality of
work and to price. Oillcc hours from 9 A. N. to' 4 r.v.
Siontrose.Feb. 11. 11874—tf
VALLEY HOUSE, GREAT BEND,
V Pa. Situated tar the Erie Railway , Depot.—
Is a large and commo lone hoe eta. Has undergone a
thorough repair. Newly furniehectroome and sleep
tri gapertinente,aplemild tables.and all things compria
'lug a fitatelasehotel.l ' HENRY ACKERT,
Sept. 1(0.11.1873.-tij _ Proprietor.
B ILLINGS 4TROUD, 111 Rt AND
Life" lesuranceiAgent. All bneinees at tended to
promptly. on fair teOus Office' 31. et floor efts tel the
bank of Wm.ll.Collper C's
Pa. " [Ang.1,1869.]
J 11y 17, 1872. 1 • litiamiroa StuotlD.
HE PEOPLE'S - MARKET IM.
-Ilip Hahn, Proptletor. Freak and Salted Meats,
Hams, Pork,Holognh SanAage.etc.,of the beat qual
ity, constantly .on band. at limo: , to suit. e s
Montrose, Pa., Ja .:14.1878.-1y
C'3UNSICLLeiII AT LAW,
170 Broadway, New York City.
May 12, 1 75.--(Feb 1874;-ly) - •
r ITTTLES •AND BLAKESLEE, AT
.II-4 torneya at Lam Montrote, Pa. Office opppaite
the Titrbell lionee.
hiontrotte.Oct. 15 qB7B
t W. COOLEY,. BUILDER,
.4. -- . i.. - STI I LL ON THE TRACK 1
Every style of buildings erected, and everything
furnished, at GREAT,LY REDUCED I' rots. Contracts
cheerfully furnished. Stair building a specialty. None
but experienced Women toleruted. jun.20: 1 15.
Montrose. 'such • 2.187ti.-41
U • L.
r• B. DE ANS, DEALER IN
• Books, Otationery, Wall Paper, Newspa
pers, Pocket entigry, Stereoscopic Views, Yankee
Notions, etc. Next door to the Post Office, biontrose,
W. B. DEANS.
IXCIIA:Nat HOTEL. M. J. HAR
rington wishtis to Wrenn the public that having
rented the Exchange Hotel in Montrose, be 'Snow
prepared to ibconimodate the traveling plibl:c In
Montrose, Ans. 28. 1873.
BURRITT, DEALER IN S'l,`A-
A-L• plo and Fancy Dry Goods, Crockery. Hard
ware. Iron, Stovet, Drugs. Oils. and Mots. Boots
tad Shoes, Hats and Caps, Furs, Buffalo Robes. Oro
ceries. Provielopo., &c. •
New Miltord. t ai,Nov 6, "T2—tt.
JOIIN OROVES, FASHIONABLE
Tailor. Montko f ii., Pa. Shop over Chandler's
Store. All orders tilled in first-class style. Cutting
done to order on short notice, and warranted 'to lit.
Montrose. June $0.15. -
: .DRL D. A. LATIT.ROP. ADMINIS
ten, ElectroiThermal eaths, at Tae Foot of .
'Chestnut street. Call and consult in .all Chronic
Montrose. Jan.l7.'72.—no3—tf. •
LEIVIS KNOLL, SHAVING AND
hairLireseini. -Shop in Searle's new building,
below Express Office, where he will ne found ready
to attend all Who inay want •anything to his line.
Montrose Pa. Oct. 13, 1869.
• T. PURPY. MANUFACTURER
J-a • of wagonsi t of all kinds. Alsoinakes a specialty
of wood ork for sale: *Repairs promptly attended to.
Lines only best stock, and aims to make only first-crass
work.' i • [sprit 26,1876.1
PR. W.L. IRICHARDSON S . PIISI-
- 1 - ' cI an and Surgeon, tenderS hi s profess i onalser
vicesio the cittroins of Montrose and vicinity. Office
at his,rssiderce on the corner east of the Rolm
drY; '. ' I rAng.l. 1869.
.gCOVILCAND DEWITT, ATTOR
s.../ nails al Lawl and Solicitors in Bankruptcy. °nice
Va. 49 Court Street. over City National Book, Bing
mton N. Y.
• N W X. H.Scovux,
June iStb, 187Fii • JEROME DEWITT.
EAGLE DRUG STORE, IS TUE
place to get Drugs and Medcines, Cigars, To
bacco, Pi pea. Pocket-Books, Spectaleg, Yankee,No
tions. &c. Brick Block A. B. BURNS.
.Nlontrose,'Pa., IMay sth, 18'3.
I. N. BULTARD
Busbies s . Cards.
.' F. FrL'GH. ATTORNEY • AND
4e. , Councell4lr-at-Inw . Montrose, Pa. Office .ae
heretofore, belout and • west of the Court House.
MontroSe, Tani:fury 27, 1875.—1 y. ' . . .
'M . A. LYON, SUCCESSOR. TO
• Abel Titirell, dealer in, Drags. Medicines,
Ohetaicals, Paints, Oils, Dyestuffs, Teas, §pices,
fancy Goods. Jewelry, Peri umery, &c.
Montrose; Mai 19.18'75.
T O. WHEA.TON,
CIVILEIVIIINERR ARO LAND SURVEYOR.
P.O. address, Franklin Forkii.
Susquehanna Co., Pa.
A . 0. WARREN, ATTORNEY, AT
• Law, Bounty, Back ray, Pension :int Ex.
enr,:: Vlairris attended to. OM ce oor
below Boyd'e Stpre, Montrobe asa. [Aug.1.49.1
I. LOTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.. Montreefi. Pa. Collections, Promptly 'attended
to. Special attslition given - to Conveyancing arid Or;
phanal Court practiee. Office on Public Avenue over
First National Bank, trout. (march 29; n 6.) .
• . ,
WILSON J: Tilitlit,' SURVEY CrIL
Having had 20 years experience in the hneinese,
: V V
will cording° to tittend to calla in my protersiOn.:
1 Montroge, Pa:4 5ept.:15 4 . 1 75.4y* ,
W -W.. OMI'rH, CABINET AND
• ChatrYanntacturera.• Yuot -llnatrert.
Dio!ltrope. ; rang. 1.18691
W. SEARLE, :ATTORNEY-.- AT
i_x• Law s °face over the Store of M. Wenner,
in the Brick Bkick *Montrose Pa. - [Mtg. 1, 'el
aRIFFISI& SAYRE, DEALERS IN
Nil Hindu's ra, lloiseiarnlsh lug °clads,
Groceries and Provisions. Wood , Endue. Jappaned. and
Preseed Tin Wake. &c...lte. f march 15,
T A lA. '13.. McCOLPIUM,': AT
torneysit Law. Office over W. H. =Cooper _
Coin Sauk. Mon„trciee Pa. Way 10. 1871..—tf .
VO. _ ATTORNEY ' 'AT
Vc 7. B La ß wdontrorel, Pa. Office over Wm: COoper .
ILlitit S. "lOHIsISON t
Ait C. TIONBE Addresti;
Mont - Mee; Pi
Mardi 29, Ik4
Y - '
E. Office over A. 8.. Iturn's Di:11810re;
B r i g k'Biock, , 'Montrose, ;[June 9, 115."-trj:
' - • - ktf'..YriONSlll, - .•,•
Jibe, 14, 1574 41rooitivo
LS POTTER. DENTIST. WISHES
ib , to Inform the people of Montrose and Vicinity,
that Ile is permsnently located, in the second story of p,
P. Stamp's new building; opp..site Cooper's Rink. All
kinds of Dental-Work done 'in the hest manner.
N. B:-Nitrous Oxide, Laughing Gass, given for the
painless extraction of , teeth,
Montrose, April sth, ,
E d ' . 'BACON,' WILL HEREAFTER
a •,. furnish the citizens of Montrose and Vicinity,
with first-class Bread. lb:lnuit, Rolls Pies, Cakes and
Cookies, Tarts. ac., etc Parties and Weddings
supplied, and quality guaranteed. Or-Dining Rooms
up, stairs, where Geo. CaMs be Nunn ready to bat
tery the cravings or the innerman.
Montrose, May 3d.1876.
NEW MILFORD :MACHINE SHOE'.
_L N - Ali kinds of machinery Made, or tarnished toot'.
der. Repairirg promptly attended to.
New Milford ,T4hy 11.,1878.-Iy.
AV .A . € I 2s' I ?"'4T9RNEY
, iti„„.ce.. First .„„lio n
Bank, Montroee,Pa. W. A. 0R01361014,
Montrose, April 19; 1876.—tf. •
PIL! MAN & CO., FIRST NA-
L) • - troual Bank Building, Montrate. Ps., Dcalere in
Dry Goode, Uothing, Miilluefy Goode, Moild :;Lose,
acc. ite [April 28. 116.—t1.1
11. COOPER & CO.,
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL
POINTS AND' PROMPTLY ACCOUN
TED FOR AS HERETOFORE.
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
CHANGE. FOR SALE :
It. B. TATTLE,
UNITED STATES & OTHER BONDS
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
MONTROSE ) PA.
COUPONS AND CITY AND-COUNTY
BANK CHECKS CASHED AS
OCEAN STEAMER PASSAGE
ETS TO AND FROM EUROPE.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON SPECIA
TIME DEPOSITS, AS PER AGRE:
'MENT WHEN TUE DEPOS
IT IS MADE.
In the future, as in the past, we shall endear.
or to transact all money business to the satis•
friction of our patrons and correspondents.
COOPED & CO.,
Montrose, Mareh.lo '7s.—tf. • • Bankers.
SUSQUE4ANN A COUNTY, AG RI
Having been reorganized under the 'firm, name, and
style of Susquehanna County Agricultural
R.JETTErt, PITS , W. H. COOPER, Tuns,
D. SAYRE, Secretary'.
Are now preptred to furnish, on khort notice,
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, TURBINE
And do all kinds of mill and job "work promptly and
satisfactorily. at low rates.. We manufacture and bait
on hand a large assortment of • •
CAULDRON KETTLES of different stvles,
ADJUSTABLE BARN . DoOR HANGINGS ,
MEADOW. ROLLERS, BLACKSMITHS'
FORGES. POTS 'and"GRATES,. DOG POW
ERS for churning, One and Two Horse POW
ERS.ane THRESHERS, of the latest and best
• patterns, &c., &c.
Montrose, March 1, 1876.
()Wei nbi call , the attention of the Public wantinc
AN YTHitl6: : INtit:F.MARBLE LINF
SUSQUEHANNA DEPOT, PA.,
rff"Being the only Marble Works lit the Connty.X
All •Work Itarranted as Represented
YOU ; CAN SAVE MONET
EitiN!ok,Repet t Pit#: . April 14;1815
A havolist opened Om ibop in Omirle t e e‘‘ _, ..A .31
ug, on the corner,' up stairs, where I am prer
make all, kinda,of geatlerneu'a -Ix)ote. shoes, sod
tare:44o the latest style* of Work, and best tea
and Workmanibin. Repa.ring.tteaey done.
griirOtinin: patches put on.
Mentrese,'May 10, 1870.-47
to OUR WORKS at
oit NO 'SALE.
Brants!' on us.
4' 7' • DeLONG.'
1. A. COLVIN," gent.