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gonte ft ading.
Once, looking from a window on a land
That lay in silence underneath the sun :
,tt land of wide green meadows, through
Two rivers, slowly broadening to the
Thus, as I looked, I know not how or whence,
Was borne into my unexpected soul
That thought,late learned by anxious witted
The infi bite patience of the Eternal Mind.
Scribner for February:
THE PRINCE OF. WALES 'AT 1103&.2'
From the London Woild.—At a glance it is
a pparent that Sandringham isn't) stately palace,
where comfort is a secondary consideration to
Eplendor,where sumptuous suites of apartments
bear the chilling impress of being uninhabited
and uninhabitable ; but a veritable English
borne, designed not.for sholar, but to-be lived In
—every detail eloquent of unostentatious taste
and re fi ned domesticity. The ' keynote to the
theme of duke doinurn is struck on the v ,
threshold." In the inner wall of the vestib le.
above the hall-door is set a tablet bearing the
inseription in old English characters :
"This house was built by Albert Edward
Prince of Wales, and Alexandra, 'his wife, in
the year of, our Lord 1870." The home-savoi
of Sandringhli'm begins from the very deorstep
for there is no formal entrance -hall. The ves
tibule is simply part and portion of the i great
saloon which may be called the family parlor
of the house. This noble apartmett has a
lofty roof of oakwork ; its walls are covered
with pictures, and its area is almoit encumber
ed with cosey chairs,occasional tables, pictures,
ensels;musical instruments,' flowers in stands,
flowers in pots, flowers in vases, and a thousand
and one pretty trifles, each one of which has
an association and a history linked to it, Peer
ing out from under the palm-fronds -are two
miniature cannon, which were a present from
the late Emperor Napoleon to the loyal chil
dren. Above Zichy's charming sketch in water
colors, illustrative of the various phases of home
life at Sandringham, is a large picture of the
birth place of the Princess ; over the fire-place
is Borlasc's recent oilliamting of the Prince
and Princess with two of their children. The
King and Queen of Denmark look down from
the walls on - the scene of the afternoon romp
of their English grandchildren. On one ot the
round tables stands the casket in which the
Sandringham tenantry inclosed their address
of congratulation on -the, Prince's safe .re
turn from India. Above the arch of the vesti•
bule facirig the main entrance is fixed the beau
tiful fierce head of the Chillingharn bull, shot
by the Plince in 1872, with Scott's fervid lines
Fierce . on the hunter's quiver'd band .._.
He rolls his eyes of swarthy glow t ,
Spurns with black ,
hoof and horn,the quid
And tosses high his mane of snow.
Fron the saloon opens the business-room, oc--
ied by General Sir William Knollys, the
, ptroller of the Prince's household, and by
Francis Knollys, C. 8., His Royal High-
Vs private secretary ; and in this room it is
:re the Prince transacts his correspondence,
interview to other than social visitors,
his tenants on questions of improvements
1r His Royal Highness shirks none of the
igations of a landed proprietor—and gives
personal instructions to land steward. gor
ier and head-keeper. 'A plain room, furnish
in a plain and business-like style, this apart
it has for its sole embellishment a few;por
its, among which may be mentioned those
Admiral Rous and Lord Napier of Magdala.
the right of the vestibule, as one enters the
Ise, lies the library;, a pleasant room in blue
light oak, whose shelves are filled with
ts, belonging almost 'exclusively to the de
:meats of - history and travels. A whole
'pertinent is devoted to works on the Crim
war, another-to books—many of which are
'd reading enough—on India, both British
I native. The "Greville Memoirs" are sand
:bed between the "Nelson Despatches" and
"Narrative of the Euphrates Expedition."
the "Seven Weeks' War" is in close, pro
.ity to the "Rise of the Mahometan Power
India." Through the equerry's room, - the
- t of the suite, is reached the second library
ich might appropriately bear the name of
"Serapis room," for it is full or the belong
'of His Royal Highness during 'his voyag
in the :big, troop-ship, and the familar
there in gold between the initials A. 'E; meet
This room open's into the vestibule of the
'den-entrance,' which by reason, of its prox--
'47 to the drawing-rooms is always'used
U-nights. From the main corridoretretcli
on the great Staircase there open on the
t, the principal reception-rooms ; but be- .
'e these are reached there is passed the
lime's private morning-room, a family room
-e and., simple. The admixture of fem
le and masculine tastes, of which this
Ay room is, more than any in the house, an
:mplar, speaks eloquently of lives blended in
accord of close-knit domesticity. The walls
cool neutral tint, are partly decorated with
china and pottery, partly panelled with
.yon pictures of deer-stalking episodes in the
Otani% by the most celebrated English
intersof our day. A large windowed pro
`,ion which is in part a lounge, in part a boil
', and in part a writing-room, is halt parti
led off froM the rest of the apartment by a
'een devoted-to the display of family photo-.
Am. A truss of tree-mignonette, with Mrs
Ile valley bloasoming around the Wally stem
hides the. panel
.131:1' which Leighton's brush
depicted, "The Bringing the Deer Home."
spiesdinz skin or a huge tiger shot by the
Ince in India lies on a quilt carpet of pateh
t, which was a tribitte of loving respect to
Princess from the children of one of the
'ols she finds time to foster with so much
tonal atter' tiont. '
''om this room 'a door 'opens into the ante
d the great drawintroom;; s pretty little
aPartment in French gray, tft4ving for , its chief
ornament a large picture ,of the Emperor, of
`Russia and the prince driving together in a
sledge; whose . three horses in a furious gallop,
are fereshortened with great skill and - fine effect.
The principal drawing-room, like ail the rooms
on this , side of the house, looks out, into the
park, across the flower-beds,water and rockery,
to where the'antlered red deer are browsing ba
the beech-glades. It is a room of fine propor
iions, of, whose walls the prevalent tint is a
pale-stilmon color ; and its fixed decorations
are Studiously, simple consisting merely of a
few mirrors, placed panel-wise, some floral
mouldings, a painted ceiling and.a single group
of statuary, Mme. ,Jerichau's 'l3athingGirls"
embrace each other on a pedeatid, from around
the base of whickflowers and hloSsoming exotic
shrubs rearlhe gleaming glories of their bloom
and the quieter hues of their foliage against the
snow -pale marble. The sweet - scent of spring,
Violets nestling among mom, perfumes,the air,
and there are flowers everywhpre ; indeed the
whole house is .a floral bower, for_the
is passiouately. fond .of flowers; and literally
lives among them.- A door-vAndow of the
drawing room "gives", on A t mall-domed con
servatory projecting from the garden front , of
fhehouse. Here the arched fronds of the palms
form ix sombrs glory over the pedestal, upon
which Jerichau's two white-marble children
pills lip to lip within an encircling thicket of
flowers, in which the orange of the euphorbia.
the pale rose of the calan-the, the vi ax-like
trusses of the white hyacinth, the gleaming
scarlet of the poinsetia, the blushing purple of
the primula and the fair pale sweetness of the
lily of the valley, at once vie and blend with
each other. En suite with the drawing-room is
the, dining- wom, a warns-tinted genial-looking
room, suggestive of comfort in its every. item.
A-great bow window expands from the centre
of its front; whence the light streams in upon
Landseer's "Mare and Foal" above the oaken
sideboard.' Over the fire-place, where the logs
are blazing on the wide open hearth, is a full
length portrait of, the . Prince in the blue-and
gold of the' tenth HUssare. "Unser Fritz" and
his Princess—whose well-won empire over the
German heart has never weakened her love for
her native land—flankLandseer's chef-de ou-vre
on either side, and hfe size portraits of 'the
Princesses Alice and Louisa hang on either hide
of the door opening from the diawing-room.,
* * * * *
During the 'shooting season the routine of
Sandringham life has for variety little other
than the change of the scene of the sport. One
day the venue may be Flitcham for partridge
driving; the next may be dedicated: to the
pheasants of the _ Commodore and Dersingham
woo& ; or the "hot corner" may be at the angle
of Woodcock wood, with the "Folly"- as the
luncheon: rendezous. The start is at 10:30 ; and
if there is any distance to be traversed, the
gunners travel to the scene of their sport in the
char a-banc and wagonette. The Sandringham
corps of beaters is forty , strong, each member
wearing a Norfolk smock-frock of
tiinovitla a number on a red badge. Luncheon
is at 2, served in a marquee in some convenient
spot ; and at - this meal the Princess, who drives
to the trysting-place her own four-in-hand team
of pretty ponies, joins the gentleman with. the
ladies who are her guests. During the after
noon shooting,which takes the homeward direc
tion, the ladies walk, or ride on pony-back,
with the guns. Afternoon tea, .to which all
the guests gather in the saloon, is one of the
great institutions * of Sandringham home-life.
It is the children's hour par excellence. M. Zichy
has sketched the scene of charming informal
domesticity with appreciative felicity,. The
Prince, teacup in hand, stands with his back to
,the vestibule fire, one of his boys and a group
of his male friends standing about him. The
Princess is at the tea-table, with one oilier
girls by her side and a numtier of guests of both
sexes, around the, board. An adult gentleman
with a mustache is obviously flirting with a
young lady, over whose flaxen curls quite seven
summers must have passed. It is a sketch that
one may well hope will be elaborated into a
picture and exhibited,for it would speak straight
to the heart of a people ever keen to thrill to
emotion and sentiment of home-lite. From 6 toi
7.30 the Prince addresses himself to correspon l ".
dence and business in General Knollys' room;
but indeed there is hardly an hour of the day
which His Royal Highness devotes wholly to
pleasure, for his land steward generally accom
panies him in shooting excursions, at- hand to
note Suggestions as to improvements which
may occur to the Prinee as he tramps over the
estate., -It is reputed of the Prince in Norfolk
that so landlord in the county is , better ac
quainted with the details of his property, and
with a greater zeal for its improvement. The
dinner hour is B„London - time, 8.30, Sandring
ham time, for the Prince will have Sandring
ham time half an hour fast, the -better to in
sure "taking time, by the forelock." Of the
dinner-table the chiefest decorations ever are
flowers, brought fresh every night from the
region of glass and heated air Where Mr. Penny
rules supreme: On, the birthday of the Prince,
afternoon tea gives place to a visit to the
stableyard, in ono of the coach-houses of which ,
all the laborers on f the estate, some two hundred
in number, are entertained to a "square meal"
of the most substantial character. On the
night of the same day,occurs the annual county .
ball ; while On the night Of the Princessei
birthday, is given the annual tenant's ball, to
which are bidden not alone the tenantry of the
Sandnnghain estate but reprentative tenants
from tae various properties which the Prince
has visited in his shooting expeditions. -
There is no lack of occuption for days not de:
voted to sport. The laboring folk in Sandring:
hani. Parish baying been all comfortably housed
in model Cottages, the - reformation of the cot
tage architecture and accommodation of the
parish. Of Wolferton—an outlying portion of
the estate--is now_ Steadily being proceeded
with,nnder the personal supervinion of the,
Princeicherself, who, - sets her face determined
ly twine. defective and unpictureiaque homes
for her laboring people.
W W. SMITH & SON,
u • ,
Manufacturers and' Dealers in all kinds of
COSTLY & CHEAP FURNITURE,
• ALL KINDS OF MATTRESSES,.
• SPRING BOTTOMS, &c., &c.
Virrurniture R,epaired, Bottoms put in Chairs;
' Upholstering done, Covering Chairs
and Lounges, Mat tresses ,
done over. '
The. Subscribers will make Undertaking ' a
specialty in their business. Having one of
the most elegant HEARSES in the . State,
gill needing their services will be at
' tended to promptly and at sat—
isfactory charges. '
W. W. SMITH & SON.
Montrcise, Jan. 10, 187;tf.
WAGONS, UARRIAGES, &
BUGGY, CONCORD, PHOTON, ANI
EVENERS, SINGLE AND DOUBLE
BODIES OF THE . LATEST STYLES
JOBBING &c DONE PROMPTLY
E. T. PURDY.
Mentroee; June 7.1876.
-WHY FLOWERS BLOOM IN
Are you aware that you can obtain Summer heat in
January? That you can impart balmy air to you
families ? that you can give spontaneous growth to
plants and Flowers, and..tl DR you can make home a
little paradise bypnrchasiog one of B. C. Sayre's Hot-
AirTurnaces ? These Furnaces are now constructed
with VAPOR PAN by which the atmosphere is tem
pered to that resembling Summer heat.
NO MORE. CRACKING OF FITANI-
TtRE-NO MORE DRY
And the time has come when consnmptives'may re
joice in coal tires. These furnaces are sold entirely up
on their own merits, aed are now the leading Furnace
in this part of the country- All Furnaces are warrant
ed to give entire satisfaction or sale.
.1S" .IEL A. CE S
I keep competent men on the road who-are well ac
quainted with the Furnace business and they are con
stantly putting up these Furnaces. Their work is war;
ranted to please. These Furnaces are now scattered in
the following towns and cities:
Binghamton, Scranton, Providence, Wilkes Bane,
Kingston, Pittston., Elmira. Waverly, Williamsport,
Great Bend, Suspuehruna Depot. Hancock, Delhi,
Downsville, Andes, Maigaretvllle, Franklin, Unadilla,
Owego, Northumberland, and many other towns..
Any person wishing a. recommendation from any one
living in the above named places.' I will gladly cot res
pond with them, giving names of parties now using
B. C. SAYRE,
Montrose, December 22d. 1875-,-
A , NEW STOCK Or
just received and for sale by
For isle by
ALSO, ALL KINDS OF
For sale by
Montrose; A.Drill. 1875.
TAYLOR'S COUGH SYRUP.
All persons suffering from the effects of throat anti
lung diseases should give Taylor's Cough Sy rupor ex
p_ectoran t a trial. It works thoroughly upon the Liver._
idneys and Lungs, as well as upon the whole system,'
cleansing the mucous membrane removing serenest
and giving tone and strength to the different organs.—
it is warranted to give satisfaction.
All standing iu need of a condition
_powder for any
kind of stock or poultry should givr . Taylor a trial.—
They are warranted to be the best powder in market
and to give entire satistadticm or the money will be se
hooted. They are sold by all dealers in
ENIf 9 S
THOROUGHLY CURES DISEASES OF THE SEM
BEAUTIFIES THE COMPLEXION, PREVENTS
AND REMEDIES RHEUMATISM AND GOUT,
HEATS SORES AND ABRASIONS OF THE
CUTICLE. AND COUNTERACTS CONTAGION.
This Standard External Remedy for Erup.
tions, Sores and Injuries of the Skm, not only ' °
REMOVES FROM THE COMPLEXION ALL BLEM
ISHES arising from local impurities of the
blood and obstruction of the pores, but also
those produced by the sun and wind, such as
tan and freckles. It renders the - CUTICLE
MARVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and PLIANT*
and being a WHOLESOME BEAUTIFIER is EM/
preferable to any cosmetic.
• ALL THE REMEDIAL *ADVANTAGES OF/SM.
PRUR BAT,HS are insured BY, THE/USE OF
Glenn's Sulphur Soap, which in addi
tion to itt purifying effects )
remedies aid PRE
VENTS RHEUMATISM and GOUT:
It also DISINFECTS CLOTHING and LINEN
and PREVENTS DISEASES '
CONTACT with the PERSON,
IT DISSOLVES DANDRUFF, prevents bag
ness, and retards grayness of the hair. .
Physicians speak of it in high terms.
Pfices ( -25 and 50 Cents per Cake; ..per
/Box (3 Cakes), 60c. and 81.20.
N. B.—The 5o cent cakes are triple the site of those at
. , 25 ceuts.
c ' HILL'S lIAM, AND WHISKER DYE,"
Mick or Brown, 30 Cents.
CRITTENTON, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Air., N.T.
tiV o ,,Q l ' l4 4 l9r es
. .. •
''ls Cleantiag. Deodoritintr. Disiafectiar, gootEir ,
Realm . , and farifiing.
It render,' the coarsest skin remarkably t
soft and 'healthful.• It imparts a beautiful
smoothness to the skin, and forms an elastic"
whiteness. It cures burns, scalds. chafing t
escoriations, roughness, tan. sunburn, freck-
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dandruff, blisters on the hands and feet. itch, i;
ground itch, itching between the toes, itching i
of the body, piles, corns. . Also relieves the r
itching and irritation of biting and stinging
insects. As it is edpecially adapted to the
Tottnr, NenscitT, and • Bata news, you can I
take a Sulphur Barn at pleasure. . For bath- l
ing Children; it is unequalled. Ladies:who
use it In their Toilet would never do without
it. It neutralizes the odor of perspiration,
and, as an external remedy, can scarcely be .
used amiss. Full directions accompany each I
package. TAY IT. .. I
Price QS Cie. por Cake. 8 Cake: for CO Cts.
By mail 35 Cts. ' Ay mall 75 CU.
- - 31stx DEPOT AT -
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. - Bold by all Druattristi6 . • .
USE ' ..
NO .' °MR.'''.
HOLIDAY MUSIC BOOKS
• Two splendid volumes for presents. .
THE WORLD OF SONG !
Price in Bds $2 50. Cloth $2. Gilt $4.
Rarely have we issued a book of songsincludisg such
a variety of really first. class and popular Vocal Must .
250 pages, fall sheet Music size. Songs by nearly sixty
different composers, and among the compositions are
many such gems as Come to me quickly,. Golden locks
are silver, My heart's beet love. She's a rosy, she's a
posy, and Millard's WhippoOrwill. •
We publiiit 19 valuable collections uniform with the
World and Gems. Send for catalogue bf Home Musical
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GEMS OF THE DAftEI
A Companion to the famous "Gems of Staines I"
$250 to Boards. $8 Cloth, $4 Gilt.
Tne Gems of Straw bad a 'wonderful success, and
this new work is folly its equal, and contains' the re•
cent Strauss pieces and many others by Gurtgel, La
mothe, Faust, Coote. Zikoff, and other eminent com
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Any book or piece sent, post-psid, for retail price.
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U. H. Ditaon 4; Co.,
July 5, 1876.
SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY SS.'
Flora B. Yager, by her next friend and father Gilbert
0. Sweet, vs. William Yag sr. In Court of Common
Pleas of Susquehanna County. N 0.294. Nov. Term, 1878,
To Yager : Whereas a Subpoena in Di
vorce was issued to Nov. Tim. 1876, which was du
ly returned non eat intentua and thereon an alias sub
poena was issued returnable to Janntry Term, 1877,
upon the return of which proof was made that the said
William Yager could not be found in my bailwick.
This notice, therefore, is to require you to appear
before our Judges of the said Court on the second
Monday of April next to answer said complaint.
WM. WHITE, Sheriff.
Montrese, Jan. 81.1874.
_ Active Agents wanted instantly to introduce the
DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED.
Nearly 800 pages ; only $2 50 ; rich Illustrations, ; and
treasure as the best and cheapest history of the great
Exhibition. 'Endorsed by Officials Press and Clergy.—
Is selling immensely. One lady eleared $350 in four
weeks. Act quickly. Now or never. For full particu
lars, address BUBBABD BROS., Publishers, 738 San
som Street. Philadelphia, Pa. 1
The advertiser, having been permanently cured of
thatdread disease. Consumption,by a simple remedy.
is anxious io make known to his fellow sufferers the
means of cure. To all who desire it, he will send a
copy of the prescription used,' (free of charge,) with
the directions for preparing and using the same. which
they will And a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma,
Bronchitis, &c. Parties wishing the prescription will
please address Rev. E. 4. WILSON, 194 Penn Street,
Williamsbnrgh, N. Y. 2w26
The undersign . .. ed will make.
Uudortaking A"! .a
to their - bruauestr,
Al needing their services will be promptlyr 'tend°
to. Batisfactiou guaranteed.
' P. dt B.MAT/HEM
Priendsville. A.Pril 7. 1878. 14Ftt
the estate of 'Albert M. Roviard. deed. of Mort y
Letters of Administration in the said estate having
been granted to the undtrelgned all persons owing
said est; to are requested to makeimmediate payment,
Ind all persons haying claims against said estate, are
requested 1* present them without delay.
MEG R. MARTIN, Adger, with the will annexed.
Jan. 31,1877. 411..
J. S. Mean & Co.,
Successor to Lee . & Walker,
N IMPORTANTTAOCIL REFORM I
ticreatter goods will be sold at
E. P.'STAMP'S STORE
to Montros e ,. for CASH at CASH . Flamm.
I will keep good goods and make the
prices to suit the *gest buyers.
I have hadseven years 'experienee in
buying and selling Plaint - 0 - thatkknow
*here to: buy, and what to buy to suit the
customers of this vicinity,
I WILL MAKE AkETECIA.LTY OF WHITE
WHEAT F LOUR
and warrant every
,rrel and sick to
suit pr.refnnd the money.
I have recently made arraements by
which I .cati sell , CHEWING TOBACCO by
the pound as cheap as you cau,bliy:Of any
wiplesile Tobacco House bY‘ the barrel.,
I alio keep - Ohew:.ng Tobacco in 10 lti.,
cadd'gs for whi.o I will make special
• vices. • -
I keep on hand a largear.tity of &sue
and keep under cover, a n will sell it as
low as. possible , for this.market.
Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Syrup, Soap, Pork,
all at the nimble six pence
I trust I will - receive sufficient patron
age from cashi_ buyers to make the cash
system-a success. Respectfully,
R P. STAMP;
Opposite the Banking House of Wm. H.
Cooper & Co., and the Dry Goods House of
Guttenberg, Rosenbaum & Co.
Montrose, Oct. 11,1876 th .
ALWAYS UP TO THE TIMES
GREATEST INDUCEMENTS EVER OFFERED FOR
CASH OR READY PAY
' Haying met returned atom New Yolk with, a large
and well selected stock. I shall be able to give my pat
rons the best bargains seen in this county - tor years, as
they will be tally convinced by giving na a call and ex
amining our god/. Read the folloalug list.
• DRY GOODS.
Calicoes 5 to Bc.
Muslim, .. 6 to 11c.
Delaines2o to 85c.
Dress G00d5.... .. , - -. 20 to 5Cc.
Alpacas 25 to 75c.
Shawls 75 to $lO.
Ladies' Jackets.. . ... - $5 to $lO.
15ngari-A.... .... ' 11)(c„
T I O'..loXc,
Japan Tea - 35 to $l.
11ye0nTea......... .. . ..... .... ....... ........2b to $l.-
Rice 8 to lee
•Boss Chewing Tobacco.. .. • 500 .
Raisins, new • 15e:
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Bip_Booti. . ;...$2 75 =!0 75
Calf Boots 8 50
Boys' BoOte • " 100 800
Ladies' -Calf Shoe. , 1 50. 950
Ladies' Grain Shoes
Children's Shoes 60 168
$ 0 to $lO I Overcoats $t 00. to $2O
Snits, all w 001.... Bto 15 Walking coats 550-`to - 10
Suits,all wool,fau-. pants , " 1.00 to. 5
cy 10 to 'lB I • • -
Also, Hats and Caps, Crockery' : • 'Glass and Wooden
Ware,,Table and. Pocket Cutloi y, Hardware. Stoves,
Tinware, Ropes, Cordage, and in fact, everything usu
ally kept in country stores.. , .
Our motto is,our customers' interest are our interests;
therefore it is for our benefit to give them all the ad
vantages of a well bought stock.. • • .
We are still alive on Poultry, and Want I'o,ooo pounds
dressed, immediately, for which the highest- market
price will be paid.
Bring on your Poultry , Butter. - EggS t iknd - other Priv
duce. and we guarantee you will be well pleased that
you c.alled. , • ••.
T. S.. WHEATCROFT.
Bash, Pa., Oct, 25,1878m3. •
FALL AND WINTER.
MILLINERY, HAIR AND FANCY GOODS.
Having returned from New York with the !Meat and
best selected stock of goods: ever In this section et
country, including Feathers. Bilks, Ribbons, Lace,
Hosiery, Beits.and Hid Gloves of all kinds and sixes
withiprices to suit all.
Also Frank Leslie's Cut Paper Patterns in full 'variety.
I REMEMBER THE PLACE,
Court St. • N. Y. Court St.
Binghamton, N. T., Apiill9. lB7O IY.-3t
P. A. HOPKINS & SONS, PRORIitTo
No. 41 Court Street, 2d`Floor; Bingiiiian, N. Y. •
ALL STYLES Ql 4 ' BINDING .
AND BLANK BOL K AIANUFACTJRING .
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Binghamton, May 841876. -11-1 -
- SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY. 88.
Thomas DeWitt vs. Catherine DeWitt. In
the Court of Common Pleas of Stsquehanns CountY,
N 0.889. Nov. Term, 1876.
To Catherine DeWitt. • Whereas a Subpcena in
Divorce was issued to Nov. Term, 1876, which was
duly, retarned non est invenfus. and thereon an alias sub
pcena was issued in said case, returnable. to January
Term. 1577, upon the_ return of which' proof was made
that the said . Catherine DeWitt could not be
found in my bailiwick.
This notice therefore is to require you to appear be.
fore the Judges of the said Court, on. the . second Mon.
day of Apill next, to answer said complaint.'&a:
WM, WHITE, Sheriff.
Montrose, Jan. 81,1877.
• ROCLAMATION. • •
SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY 88.
Charles H, Brown vs. Josephine Brown. In the
Court of Common Ileac of Susquehanna County, No.
4,Nov, Tend. 1876.
To Josephine Brown Whereas a Stilipmna in Diverge
was issued to August Term, 1876, which was. du- -
ly returned non eat inventus. and thereon an Alias sob=
pmna was issued in said ease,'returnable to November
Term, 1877, upon the return of which, prool was made •
that the said Josephine Brown could dot be found •
in my bailiwick.
This notice is therefore to require you to appear be•
fore the Judges of the said Court, on the second Mon
day of April next, to answer said complaint, Me
Wht. WHITE, Sheriff, •
Montrose, Jan. 81, 1677.
ERRORS OF YOUTH - . ••
2.OENTLIMN who suffered for years frani Nei*.
otis Debility. Premature Decay. and' all the effects.=
of youthful indiscretion will. for the - sake of sufferiug
humanity, send tree to all who need It: the recipe and
irection for making the simple remedy •by which he' ,
was cured. Sufferers wishing to prodt by the advertia•
e'texperlencecan do so by addr owing in perfect con.
JOHN B. OGDRN, cear Bt.. New York.
a AT THIS OFFICE.
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