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` 7 lltinorouts.
JOHNNY'S OPINI9N .qp
Grandmothers are very nice fplks—
. beat all the 'aunts in creation,
They let a chili do as he likes;
And 'don't worry about education.
I'm sure I can't see it at all,
What a poor Tellow,eyer could do
For apples;and pennies, and cakes,
Without , a , grandmOther or two.
G speak sohly to "Inas:'
To let a boy have a good time
Sometimes they will whisper, 'tis one,.
'Tother Way when a bay wants to'elimb.
Grandmothers have muffins for tea, •
Andpies, a.-whole cellar ;.
And they , are apt (tt , they know it in,tlme)
To make a chicken-pie for teleller. l ,
And it he is bad now and then;
And makes a great raeketting
They only ' look. over their specs,
And say, tbose boys will be buys
"Life is only short at the best, _
Let the , children be happy to•dayr
Then they look for a• while at the sky,
And the hills that are far, far away.
QOM often, as twilight comes on, ,
Grandmothers sing hymns very low
diemsetves, as they rock by\ the fire,!
About heaven, and when they shall go.
._,And then, ahoy sti,ppine to think, ;
Will land a hot tear in his:eye;
To know what. will come at the last—
For grandmothers all have to die.
I wish they could stay here'and pray,
For a boy needs their prayers every night
Some boys more thanothers, I 'spose ;
• Buell as I need a wonderful sight.
koithiat Kind of a Man.
Rey. Dr. P., the other day, found a pack of
playing cards in the possession of his boy and
after giving the lad a thraihing for ownirg
such engines, of satan, the doctor plated the
cards in•his own pocket, intendinglo"deatioi
them at the first. opportunity. • But he forgot
about thern;and subsequently while in the cars,
ou his way to the city, he pulled on this hand
kerchief and the cards came. out with it and
fellon the 'floor. The doctor gathered them
up with a very red lace, and while be was ar
ranging them in his band he saw a rough look=
ing man in the seat oppogte to him wink at
him Hp turned his head away but looking
around a moment later, the man win'ked
him once sgain. Then. he winked at him sev
eral times and finally he, came over and sitting
down by'the side of the doctor, said: . ,
"I say, pardner, what's your little game ?"
"I don't understand you air," replied \the doc
"Oh you needn't mind me," said the man
"I am dolhg,a little of that myself.: Now, hOw
do you work it ?"
"What do you mean ? now do 1 work
what ?• ,
"Oh 'you know - well . enough: What do you
skin ion ?'
"Sian diem I. Skin who-! Really sir, your
rtmarks are incomprehensible to rm. ,
"Now,see ltere,l understand the whole thing,
you're hinting Up somebody, to plaY seven-up
with, and you intend to beat 'ern out of their
money.: Now, don't you I"
"You don't know who you are talking t?,
"Now; rn do There'S no man on this earth
that n. turn jacks faster'n 1 kin ; and less you
and me start up a game on some of those fel
lows, rind yit 'run three or' four jacks up, my
sleeve, with a - Ccuple of ices, maybe,and,,when
we,get to town, well divide the roofits And 'go
down And get roaring, drunk at the tavern. Is
it a bargain r
"You are sti,' scoundrol, - eir exClairned
doctor. "Let - ine change thy scat if you please,
"W --- 1.110 it.? Won't' clubin with me and
try a iew games'?"
"Certainly not, site! •
"Won't you lend me them jacks' to , put 'limy
sleeves T._ • .
"You seem to forget 'that I am a Clergyman,
"A,cler—l Oh, no; You on t mean to say
that—that—you ain't a preacher ; now. honest,
are You ?" ' I
"Yes sir I am. lam theßev. Dr. P."' 's
"Too' bid too''had I Believe: me, if I didn't
thinkyoa Was one of these fellows who 'play
cards on, the: cars gougei greenhorns out of
their Money. , 'YOn' look like one, now don't
you ?, ; ' ,And what are you doing with that piek
old Man, hey Would ,you
,Mind if I showed
you how ta, rim!em over st'tis when you play
they v.an't 'l'6ol Yon. rn for nothinE.
Then,Dr; Potts, went into ; Atte hind catind
' got o ff at the next station. • When he got home
he gave that tioY44.his.ia coliple of extra flog. .
Burgs in,oider „Weise his feelkuge.
iviady in Halifax having occasion to enter a
milliner's shop, had her :attention attracted by,
a befOlinl and eapeuslye French 'bonnet,,and
inquired tite,price, she was told was wild.—
"Oh, I had no idea ; of buying suel , a bonnet;"
said the upon which the Milliner Said, fit
is a joint . stock bonncti:-that is, it belOngi to
threa..fictory girls, wko Weir It by . _ turn 43n_
So yotmg idurists, travelling last summer
in . became thirsty,: and
stopped for milk at a lioUsety.the'roadside ,-,- ,
Theyogiptled,everyliaiin that,rwas offerisLand
still-wanted The .ivOman of the house
at lenith broughfiln enbiMOts' howl. of milk
and'aet, - ,it;:, down on the table "gine
would ink gentlimen, t iou had .never : .been
b a t;filled
i%oide t ! ci s the
Estitlini. , Rouse, ';ll#4' *Obit -OW !14
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.i.:H:c..H . :4.:::tA,;:go:RT.E.sy::,,
AT OUR NEW. STORE,
No. 21 Court Street.
We would respectfully announce to the public that
AlcorneremoVd to our
Water stre et s.
spacibus store. No.
21 of Court and Water streets. and are filling it
with a new stock of goods that have just arrived. Our I
stock of. Dress Goods. Shawl s,'etc., are of , the very lat
est Spring patterns and stylea and purchased for cash
when the market was most dePreised,
In the line' of Fancy Goods, Hosiery, G loves,Hair.
Goode, Ribbons; et c ., our stock is unsurpassed, •We
have also opened a Del:lady; ent of Merchant Tailoring,
and have jut purchased a large stock of the latest
styles intheline of Clotho, Cagan:acres, etc., and of the
very best guilty. Wu have employed to take charge
of this DepartmeUt, 'T. D. TAYLOR,• long the
leading and . inost Auccesgul cutter in ti.is city, and who
always guarmitees a perfect fit. Mr. Taylor did the se
lecting of the cloths, cassimeres, trimmings, etc., for
this dep irtment, which should satisfy all that we have
the latest and most fashion.,ble styles.
We cordially thank. our patrons for past favors, and
promise them and the public generally that we are bet
ter prepared than! ever to supply anything iu our line.
We solicit your riatronage.
C. i& A. CORTSEY,
Binghamton, April 10, 1876.
"TAYE Ys* HEARD THE ;NEWS?
Tile folloviting, is a Speclinen of it.
3% pounds TEA. Ifor one dollar. -
5 pans PEACHES or TOMATOES' tor one
dollar. .. I -
4 scans LITTLE NECK CLAMS for one dol-,
7 pounds RAISINS for one dollar.
22 bars SOAP tor one dollar.
10 pounds prunes for one dollar.
114 pounds SALERATUS for lone dollar.
4 pounds CO'FEE for one dollar.
12 pounds CRACKERS for one dollar.
150 JAW BREAKERS for one dollar.
The whole lot for TEN (DOLLARS and a
present thrown in. Good for minety days.
large, stock oil new and" choice goods equally
low, By calling at the head of Navigation
you shall have the full value of your money
every time and something extra.
Call and see at A. N. BULLARD'S
ontmse.ldaich 13. 1976. , •
BITRS & WHITE
Xanufacturers of and Dealers in
ITALIAN & AMERICIAN MARBLE:
MARBLE AND SL &TR MANTLES. 1.
SCO,TCII" & A.NIERICALN GRANITE,
- A- Specialty. ,
JEW - Cemetery Lots Enclosed.)
P. C. BURNS; - • - - Gro. WHITT!,
Tankhannock. P. Jan. 19, 1976.—1 y .
REMOVED AND ENLARGED.
to the building tont doors above the First Nations
Bank, 'Pnblsc Avenue, Os:lnnerly occupied by E. P.
StampAvrhere I have enlarged my stock of '
Groceries, FroviSions, &c.
I invite cotepetitioh both in quality and price, Please
give me a call and be convinced that I ca ri do you good.
. WiLSON J. TURREL.L.
Montpee, April N. 1876.--y1
P. A. HOP INS & SONS, PRonwro
No. 41 Cowl, Street, 2d Floor, Binghamton, N. Y.
• • '
STYLES OF BINDING
AND 'BLANK' BOOK • MANUFACTURING
lAT REASONAB L E PRICES.
Binghamton. May 3d, 1876.-24 - •
W HAT iS T.AY Lows CELF,BRA=
TKO ELECTRIC OIL .4
It Is a medical preyaration '; the cliemical combina
tion of whiCh is such , as to neutralize unnatured pro
perties when applied to man or beast.
What is it fort .
For the cure of any kind of painiameness,or wounds
of for anything requiring an outward application.
Is it as good as other lintiments forpose purposes ?
What guarantee do yoh give of this ? -• ' '
If it does; ot prove so, after uslng all the medicine - .
return the empty bottle where yon got it , and get your
Who are agents for the sale Of this medicine?
All the druegists and dealers in medicine in Montrotte
and throughout the country. ' '
• July 86, iti76. • - -
A BOOT. Bc': 8. - WT. SHOP
has last ,opened over Weeks, liielhuish it Co. All
kinds of work made to orders RepailiUg doae on short
notice, After having nearly,ls yesre experience in the
business I feel confident 'tau piease all whoulay give
MuutrOse, Feb.. 2 1876: C.
me a gen.
A A praCtical*orknians
~5.#~30 ~9l~t [ : iEl'. ~I~T G ~
bae 'opened shop . under E. Xellenzie'a
Public-Avenue. where he Is ready _ to , do 811 kindse
work in bus line. ' Can excel, in new wOrrlE, and .
with ?minces andteepeich.. l BlimET
• lioutrose, OetoVer 18thA875.-3m.. • •
BiLlistirwotat tor sato Ow. Two tibles wick iye
wreeltrAtires. `2oi. WARNEM.
- may $4,4816,0, •14.4ititrose.Po,
. . .
hae removed my
GOODS ! GOODS
Wei '--. xX'il*.stt:,oo:*
Has just received an
ENTIRk.NEW STOCK OF MENS',
BOYS' AND YOUTHS'
At prices to snit ,the WO times,
HENS' - $111 . 4, : ' - '..:.:50.:1141.5
80l5'&.11111111r SSTO SIN
Ahso a the Ihe of
BOOTS LAND SHOES; YANKEE
NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS,
Cheap for cash. No charges for showing our goals
• "WM.: HAYDEN.
Now vilfnid. May 3d. 11373.—tf. ,
With our four pre3ses, a large assortment o
plain and fancyjob type, batters, inks, papers,
cards. etc.; and experienced workmen, we ,are
prepared to do
AU Kinds of Job Work
at • the ,LOWEbT PRICES. - Promptly upon
-.receipt.of order, (by mail or otherwise)
,we can furnish
Envelopes, Bill (leads, Statements, Note Heads,
Box Labels, Silo* Cards, Admission Tick
ets, Ball Tickets; Law Blanks, Auction
Bills, Large Posters; Small Posters,
Bottle Labels, Calling Carda, Address
Cards, Business 01rds, Invitation' Cards,
Pamphlets, Business Circulars, Wrappers, Tags,
H 4 WLEY & CRUSER,
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE!
NEW MILFORD TOWNSHIP.
The underst.ned executor of the estate of Simeon
Van Fleet. dec d, offers for sale the farm of said deced
ant, one-fourth north of the Moxley church, Naw
Milford townehtp, Pa.; It contains about 112 acres,
well watered, le..ced.and utder a - good state of cultiva
tion.. I must diepoec of said facet, and will *ell on
• For Further particubirs inquire of the subscriber a
P. O. Address, New Milford,
, . • E. A. ALDRICH. \
• July 19, 18761 f.
Daactiy Et 00.
2 •• Fancy Cardall styiea with' name Wets.
‘,l Agents wanted. J. B. tinged, Nassan..N.Y.
AGENTS. We have in prees a new cam
paign hook by a Ca:lege Pres. L.
L.l). Big pay. 50 ete. will seem.° outfits and territory.
E. B. Txteit ,Pub. SOS Brosdway, N. Y. 32.
AGENTS If you want the hest- selling ar
ticle in the world and a solid gold
patent lever watch, free of cost write - at once to J.
BRIDE C0.,&767 Broadway. N.) . 3/
mime His Life and Public Services.
AYES ComVete and reliable. Endorsed
from of i licial sources. RPre Chance for Agents. Se
cure territt:ry nt once_ Fur CircularA and terms ReT,
dreE4. QUAKER CITY PUBLISIIING el I. Phil*: 32. :-!-
'Flllt PEPART NI ; EN T.-
- Companies in want of equipment and supplies should
deli direct with the Ananufaetnrer: - Bate, Cape, Belts,
Shirts, &e.• The cheapest house in the business. Cat
alti,ves tree. Atilt: old firm Of 32
ANDERSON & JONES, DS Grand St., N. Y.
AGENTS WANTEbfOR THE GREAT
.11t sells faster than any other booli. °pungent sold 6
cppies in one ay. Send for our extra terms to agents
ATIONLL PUBLISHING Co., Philadelphia. 82
COUGHS. COLDS. 'HOARSENESS,
AND ALL THROAT DISEAS.FS
WELL'S .OAliadLIC ,TABLETS
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold by Druggists generally, and ' 82
Johnston. Holloway & Co. • Philadelphia. Pa.
18'7.6! . WA.ERE NOW ?
l'olittehlkon, one - ot _ the foremost, flourishing and
healthy litatee • • • •
One: ',Zillion Acres
of tine fartnln-lands for tale by the 'Grand Rapids
dt Indiana R. R. •
Strong Salle. Ready Markets , t are: Crops. Stood
School*, R. R. runs through centre of grant. Settle
mettle all along. All kinds of . Product* raised. Montt
of water, timber and building materials., Prite
$4 1434,10 per acre . ; one fourth doivn. balance , ott time
lialrSenif for illustrated patnpblet, full of facts. and
figures-Bud be convinced. Address, •
W. A. HO WARD, , COmm'r.
P. B.L. PIERCE, Sec'y Land Deputy..
Tu.*. Workmanship, and ,durability -
WATERS' ORGANS, Ccincerto New
Orchestra Vesper, Chapel, Clariona,..Ori;heS
trion Chiiner3,and Centennial Concerto Chithes;
cannot be-excelled la tone or beauty. -The
Concerto Stop is a tine imitation , of the Human
Voice. The Orchestrion and, Centennial Or
gans have two and one-half Octaves of ,Bells
'tuned” in perfect harmony with the reeds, and
in'Allegro pasiages, their effect "is magical and
electrifying. ; Warranted for six years.'Prices
extremely lo for cash. ' Monthly installments
received. A itberal discount "to Teachers, Min;
sisters, Churches,,t3diools, Lodges,setc. Trav,el
lhig agents wanted. Special inducements to
the trade. Illustrated candngnes , Sec
'ond hand Piano! , and Organs at great bargaing
Horace Waters lt Sons, 481 Broadway,. New
YorlA'Mannfacturers and Dealers.
General Agents fc:r B. Shoninger Organ CO.,
New: Haven,,CLi end sole, apd exchisive agents,
tlki 0 - 4 ..goni' , the Stat 4 4 - 1
New York New %Jeoey,,:relipsylvarils, 0610.
litdittim and Miehigaa,, -
WHAT FOR ?
Tc . ,lMy 'a Farm . erit 'of the
-ire . * : , -4 , 1 r, , As Ci -) r' g 4% ik - fr 4 44. It'l ' A - 1 .4,-- +V 1M
; t: . ,:Al . • : . ) . 1 5., A 1-,, -• ) :(, ,. 4 .:...) ~, ..„) j :j ~ • r ---- -
. •1 • a \
—l. _, la
•-.- , - -,,•:-.-, •---_-„. ~ -.- .-. --_,. ~.--__ •.,• • ,•_• _ .•• .
In the 7UNHEINI BLOCK ; "
NrAil good's bought with care and for cash only.
gains jUet received. ' . • -
COuatry Produce of all kinds Marketed in = • Philadelphia and New York.
"Welcome" to . - liooth old and new cuitomere. . ' • '
Great Bend,' May 10th,1876.
UTTENBURG„ ROSENBATITNI & .0
1 C O.,
, . •
Is still in Montrose, tailing established nearly a quarter of a century
. and intend to be another. Are carrying lb
largest and most complete assortment of Dry Goodis, Ready-Made Clothing., &c., &c.. of any other Ilrm. In the
County. 'Oar facilities for buying in large quantities of first hands by the original packages, anti I y having&
resident buyer cf.nstantly is
- the market,issuch,that it makes it almost au impos sibility for any new or old dealers
to compete with us in prices, . • - • • • •
M. S. Dessaner. having just returned from New, York with a large stock of seasonable goods, boughtfor
cash at the most favorable rates, prices being so tempting that he bought heavier than usual, and mostly at largo •
Auction Sales. lire will, can and shall sell them at astonishingly low figures. •
DRY GOODS,‘pARPETS„ MILLINERY AND FANCY ,GOODS,I.ADIES'
AND. GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
R. 42) 151, 4 "sr - M 1 de t XL I. E. g
• . •
a Fine Tot of M CaseinieraFuitings, for Custom Work. Measures' taken and perfect fitting guaran
teed. Only reliable goods sold that. will bear :recommendation. Pricetist furnishedon application, as our co
tom. We will say for one and all; that we defy competlon. Respectfully yours,
GIITTENBURG ROSENBA.IIIII tr. 00.
Montrose, APril 19, 1876
..- , •
HOLESALE DEALER IN
BRONZE LAMPS; OPAL LAMPS, ALL 'GLASS -LAMPS, HAND LAMPS,
'BURNERS, WICKS, SHADES, SHADE HOLDERS, &c., &c.
EVEiti. -- ,'ilifi.:,-.OV. - VLIN'T,
Addresi by Vlsi.ll Promptly'lLtteMlid To.
:BEST :WO PRINTING
Large Steak:of JOB TYPE and FOUR Printieg Presses 'we Defy Oemepethm
At W. W. & Son's
"f333 , W srMIVWX"eLX.avi
dLOTHING,' . II4TS,AND CAPS ,
B 004! AND 'SHOES,. ' NOTIONS) W ALL 'PAPER,
t.STATIONERY, &C. ; •
tacts Better Than Fiction!
TIE POPIIIIII DRY GOODS AND titilllllo HOUSE
OUR STOCK COMPRISES AS USUAL,
Of,bur own manufacture and well appreciated for its superior worknianship
'am= AhasTx) .T.A.ro..e...*riiarr
prica.puarant , 4ed as Lazo as any House in ,qouthern Nets York.,
are continnelly: adding, new: material to. our once; . and with our '
.„ , • • • •
Both - . iti` PiOe and qualiti; either in Plaii'Bleek or Colored Work.
4 1. 4 . 1uOryultE:
SxtensivelrizniiiiipWir swop; ion willthad thelargest
FIRST. CLASS AND COMMON
3PICTEt.D3 90171: 2 L. -
To be toned in this section of the country, of his own
manufacture, and'at prices that cannot tail to give list's
faction. The, Make thevery best
,In 091:intry, and W. , &loo7Ttbezaf ,
t 7 100 t NAT r
Of altkln4 4onein the ii . estailt ravoier.
Nir,l 2 lu 1• 1 " 4:3- 3 3 , 30 - 3 F)
AND 3. 0014111. : ON ItiATRASSES.
Mho aubserlbitilviii nereatter mai° t ndeitaittng
specialty in his3fusinese. - :ilitirierbt
NEN and the mt a t elegantans to :he buite,all
nuedlnitile seevccea will beattena s
sr to promptlyand: at.
WN. SIBITELti. So N:
GEO. L« LENIIEIM.
(In His New Store.)
HATS; OATS, &C., &C.
SPECIAL INDUCENENTS. IN
ALSO, ILA.iTUFA.CTUREB • OF
Great Bend, Pa.
nn nse line of Bar-
M. S. DESSAIIER, Managing rartmer.
AND COMMON NM
AT TIIE LOWE S T RATES
J.lLBAsine. I G. BLA!timuz 1: J. N. CONDOS.
Btirsies t & Co.,
si *Ole and granite Norio,
MANUFACTURERS OP ALL JUNES OP
MARBLE AND GRANITE 'MONUMENT'S
IMPORTERS OF SCOTCH GRANITB.
. „ •, •
gir . Ottenfi3Ogo'St. : Near Depot,
March B.IBIS. « • . .111.144111A.MT0N. N. r
A NBW "sToplc OF
- • :4,r1C;0015.C0r3 r ,
just receive litui tor sale .by 11. J. won.
For "sale by
At the store-ot . • • •
- ' '3eraiimU:COX,ol=loooo-,
Ter sale by
'Leman .& num.
H. a. WlB3l
H. 3. ViBBIL