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Remember, Boys Make Men.
When you see a ragged urchin
Standing wistful in - the street,
With torn hat and kneeless trowsers ;
Dirty face and bare red feet,
Pass not by the child unheeding f
Smile upon him—mark me—when
He% grown he'lhnot forget it,
For, remember, boys make men.
When the buoyant youthful apitits
Overflow in boyish freak,
Chide your child in gentle . accent,
Do not in your guar speak ; • ,
You inust sow in youthful bosomii •
Seeds of tender mercy ; then -
Plants will grow and bear good fruitage
' When the erring boys are inenl
Havesou never,seen a grandsire,
With his ey.ui aglow with
Bring to mind some act of kindness—
Something said to him—a boy ?
Or relate some slight of coldness,
With a brow all cloudless, when
He said ,they were too thoughtless
To remember boys make men ?
Let us try to add some pleasure:
To the life of . everyboy,.
For each child needs tender interest
In its sorrow and its joy, '
Call our boys home by its brightness—.
They avoida gloomy den, ,
-And seek for comfort elsewhere ;
And, remember, boys make men.
If you will be my valentine,
My charming little dear,
The sun can n€ver help but shine
Throughout the coining year.
The lessons all will put themselves
Into your little pate ;
The bardest sums you have, you'll see
All answered on your slate.
If you will be my valentine,
You'll see:in all your walks
Fresh lemon-drops. on every twig,
And peanuts on the stalks ;.;
While hot mince-pieS, all hand in hand,
Meet you at every: stile_;
, With raisin's marching on in' front,
And figs in single file.
P. l S.—But if - , from you I never hear,
Nur even get a line,
I'll ask some other nicer girl
To be my valentine.
—St. Nicholas; or February
The Indian girl and her Messenger!
Once upon a time, there was an Indian
who lived in a big woods on the banks of
a beautiful river, and he did nothing all
day long but catch fish and„ hunt'wild
deer. Well, this' Indian had two. lovely
little daughters, and he named one Sun
beam,becansti; )3 he was so bright and cheer
ful, and. the other he called,
because, he said, her sweet eyes twinkled
like the stars.
- Sunbeam and Starlight were as gay as
butterflies, and as busy as bees, from
morning till 'right. They ran races un
der the shady trees, made boquets, of
wild flowers, swung on grape-vine swings,
trained berries and acorns into beads, and
%dressed their glossy blac.k hair with bright
feathers that beautiful' birt.ls had dropped.
They loved each other so mtzeb."and were
so happy together, that, they never knew
what trouble meant until, one day, Star.
light got very sick, and before the big
moon came over the - tree-tops, the sweet
Indian girl had closed her starry eyes in
death, and rested for the last time upon
her soft deer-Skin bed. And now, for
the first time, Sunbeam's heart was full
of grief. She could not play,,for Star
light was gone, she knew not
she took the bright feathers old of her
hair, and eat down by the river and cried
and cried for Starlight to come back to
her. But when her father told her that
Starlight had gone to the Spirit-land 'of
love and beauty, and would be happy for
ever and ever, Sunbeam was comforted,
"Now I know wtere darling Starlight
\as, and I can kiss her and talk to her
Sunbeam had beard her people say.
that birds were messengers to the Spirit
land. So she hunted through the woods
until she found a little song-bird, that
was too young to fly, fast asleep in its
nest. She carried it gently home, put it
into a cage, and watched over it and fed
itlenderly day - after day until its wings
grew strong and it, filled the woods with
its music. Then she carried it in her
soft little hands to Starlight's grate;
and after she bad loaded it with kisses
and messages .of love. for. Starlight, she
told it never to cease its sweeiest song or
fold its shining wings until it bad flown
'to the Spirit•land. She let it go . , and the
glad bird, as it rose above' the tall green
trees, poured forth a song nigre joyful
than any that Sunbeani had everteard.
.Higher and higher it flew, , and sweeter
And sweeter grew its song, until at:last
both its form and its music were loSt in
the floatingsuinlner clouds. .
Then StAbeam ran swiftly, over
soft grass to her, father, and :told him,
With a brifzh6 smile and_..a light heart,
that she had talked with 'dear Starlight,
and had kissed her sweet 'rosy mouth
again'; and Starlight was once more her
father's bright and" huppy. little Indian
Emulation is lively and generous, envy
base and malicious;
tam and *toehold.
A Good Cow.
Long in the face, she's line in :the horn,
Quickly gets fat without cake or corn. ; •
Clean in the jaws, and lull in the chine, • -,
?navy in flank and wide in the loin ;
Broad in the ribs,-and long in the rump,
Straight and fiat-backid :Without e'er a bump ;
Wide in the hips; and calm in the isYes,
Fine in the shoulders, and thin in the thighs ;
Light in, the neck, and small in the tail,
Wide in the.breast, and .will fill the milk pail ;
Fine of the bone, and silky of skin, •
Airy without—a meat market within. "
Tranki (E'ng.) New.
Hints' on Grafting.
Sontietimes disease will fasten itself on
a tree arid pervade its whole Systeiti ; and
when grafts are taken frem such
the trouble goes .with it. In •this way a
diseased condition is often distributed
quite unconsciously by , the propagator: 7 -
Sometimes this peculiar condition does
not produce actual disease, but there is a
sort of lack of
_vigor - which 'leads to in
ferior results. For - instance,. we. often
find : people with Socket pear trees that.
have but moderate sized or_ small fruit ;
and other people who are able::to boast of
their large Seckel pears. If grafts are ta
ken from these they. - generally continue
to produce large or small fruit as - the
case uray be: Yet we know that all these
came from one original Seckel pear tree
and that in some way the degeneracy or '
improvement came about without any
seminal agency whatever. Thee whole
difference has been-made . general by prop
agation. Now, some people say when a .
person has a large. or fine Seckel pear,
the land or the culture just 'suited it ;
'and if the-grafts are taken to Other trees
under other circumstances the:excellence
fails and the fruit reverts to its original
inferior. condition. But it is no always
:so'. Indeed, it is but seldom that the
large and perfect form fails to carry its
,excellence-with it, when the graft goes to
Now, this`fact shows how very careful
we should, be in selecting grafts, to take
them only from' the best known spew
mens. of the kind we can get.
It may also be a question whether it
it will-not pay sometimes to graft over
again with the same kind, when it is ap
proved, but a better tree exist., for 41-
stance, with the. Seckel pear.' StippOsing
one has a tree that gives but a small fruit
and a neighbor has one which is large
'and fine, grafts from that wi11.. - give the
large -kind ; and it may be worth while
to sacrifice a year or two of poor fruit in
order in time to get mach better ones.
Independently of all this there are of
ten fruit trees on one's place that are so
poOr as to be: better to have , the whole
character of the tree changed, and this is
,the blessing which: the art of grafting
1 30 n fere.
It may be as well to 13 a y at this season
that grafting is generally wore Eucceseful
when the grafts are taken off early. 46
the season progresses the sap accumulates
in vessels, as everyone knows who , has
pruned a grape. vine. If cut late in the
spring the ,vine bleeds ; but it does not
if cut now. Pear trees do not exactly
"bleed" if cut late, but there is much
more sap in the branches in_ spring than
there is now. We cut:early , to avoid this,
and bury the scions in the earth dr any
where where they will be absolutely at
rest without being absolutely frozen.
SOwiltg Glover ow Grass..
Farmers may succeed in making clover
grow on grass lands, without plowing•the
land, if the sod 18 not thickly covered
with grass, open in places between the
tufts, so. as to admit of harrowing in
the seed. Sow the Seed quite early in the
spring as the ground will admit, and be
dr,v. Then run ZS- fine . tooth harrow over
the land till the seed is covered, or the
most of it mixed with the loosened earth;
thenroll the land, and in dut time a crop
ot clover will appear ; but it be in
danger of being smothered- by the grass,
perhaps ; and if it be, when the gratis is
grown high enough to be cut by a- mower
it should be cut and fed green to stock
andif plaster be. sown on the land, as
soon as the clover appeirs, it will get
such a growth. in . a few weelia, that the
grass cannot check it. Fields that are
not well covered with grass, may be im
proved in this manner, or other grass
sc-ed may be sown instead ot clover,. and
several kinds of grass seed would be bet.
ter than one kirid. Perhaps-it would be
better to pasture
. such land till the - new -
seed gets a good growth, rather than cut
tiff grass when His but a few inches high.
There is no good reason why , farmers
should not eiperimeat . in thief -.vay some
times. Then let them seed down a plow.
ed Odd to grass next spring, : without the
usdal grain crop. I have known: a good
crop of hay to be cut the first season on
fields . thus seeded ; and-.he sure 'that you
seed with4ev,eral kinds of grasses, which
produce finer sward, and one that will
stand =the frosts of winter better than One
kind will. • -
EXE- - •
• Letters. lestamentary to the estate (Intuit:lt
Cit'shmon: (leoa,Tlato of Moo ftose ; having been grant
ed to .the underFlg4eil, all pereons tndOned to said es
titte are-requtsted .o make inintediate payment: and all
per - Roo3 having cliiiroll agaluEt the oarae, are requested,
to preaeut them without delay.
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' • . O.P.EBE,
• Eteentoi. •
_Montrose, Feb. 7 , 18'77. '. ' ' - •61,5.4.
110IISE AND LOT
_ ab-cor "
Situated In Nev Milford Borough. 411° .
Bar teqaa uityly to
B. K RICHARDSON.
:" Peb. 7,1877.w4 Great Bend, Pa
N EW. ARRANGEMENT
The Pooplois RILE Stool
L'N'. - BULLARD; - PRORIETdoR:
R. KENYON .Druggist Apothecary.—
PATENT ZEDIOINE! , : s ,Eiaretuute
The undersigned would respectfullyannounce to all
the people everywhere, that to his already extensiv
stock and variety of Merchandise in the Grocery,fro
vision,and Hardware:line. •
Ho has added a vcry choice assortment of PURE
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES, PER
FUMERY, (U.. which he datteralimself he can assure
the public they will Saint to their advantage to exam;
ins before purchtutingelsewhere. To all Physicians in
this 'section of the county he would respectfully:An
nounce that he haasecured the services of R. Kenyon.
as Druggist and Apothecary, w hose long exnerienne and
acknowledgedeare and ability, entitle him to your en
tire confidence in the line of compounding 'medicines.
or preparingprescriptions, and who weiiid also esteem
it an especial favor to receive calls from aui of his old
-ustomers or new ones. Will make the Pitent Medi
sines a specialty. Also Domestic and Foreign Mineral
Waters—an extensive stock. Al so line Groceries--
LEIBIG'S EXTRACT OF BEEP, FRESH SALMON
PICKLED & CANNED , CLAMS. LOBSTERS,
PEAS. CORN. BEANS. OYSTERS;' , ao.. /a.
In fact, anytling and everythinethat is ordlnarili need
ed, Respectfully soliciting'a call, 'remain
I. N. BULLARD.
Powder! Powdeit 4 l. Powder
Blasting, Rifle and Sbot Powder; Shot, Lead, Gun
• Tubes, Cape, Pouches, Flasks, Fuse, &a.,
• &a., &c.. for sale by - •
I. N. - BULLARD,
T" • •
SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY AGRI—
Having been reorganized under the firm, name, and . I
style of Susquehanna County Agricultural
Works. limited, , -
R.J.ftWETT, Pres., -W. H. CloorEn.,
D. SAYuz,, Secretary: • '
- • •
Are now prepared to furnish, on short notice, •
CIRCULAR SAW "MILES, 'TURBINE
And do all kinds of mill and job work promptly and
sortment of lts
‘. ifileS. We man afactiira and have
on hand a large
PLOWS ° l4 li nte D
CAULDRON KETTLES of different styles,
ADJUSTABLE BARN DuOR HANGINGS,
MEADOW ROLLERS, BLACKSMITHS'
FORGES POT" and GRATES, DOG POW
ERS for churning, One and Two Horse POW
ERS and THRESHERS, of _the latest and best
patterns, &c., &c. -
Montrose, BArch " •
F OA 1877.
With our four presses, a large assortment of
plum and fancy job type, borders, inks, paper's,
cards, etc., and experienced wOrkzilen, - we are
prepared to do
An Kinds of. Job Work
at the LOWEST PRICES. Promptly upon
receipt of' order, (by mail or otherwise,) •
we, can furnish •
Envelopes, Bill Heads, Statements, Note Heads,
Box Labels, Show Cards, Admission Tick
- ets, Ball Tickets, Law Blanks, Auction
Bills, Large Posters, Small Posters,
Bottle Labels, Calling Cards, Address
Cards, Business Cards, Invitation Cards,
Pamphlets, Business Circulars, Wrappers, Tags,
HAWLEY & CRUSER,
May O. , Democrat Office.
2 m' Fancy Cards 15 styles with name 10 eta.
%it Post paid. J.B.Hthste.d . ,Nassii7..Rens.po.N.Y.B. _
VIAGTTS WANTED.FOR HISTORY
It contains 830 fine engravings of buildingsand scenes
in the Great Exhibition and is the only authentic and
complete history published. It treats of the grand
buildings, wonderful exhibits, curiosities, great
events. etc. Very cheap and sells at sight. One agent
sold 48 copies in a day. Send for extra terms to Agents
and a full description of the work. Address NATIONAL
PUBLISHING CO.. Philadelphia, Pa.
CATTION, Unreliable and worthless books on the
Exhibition are being circulated. Do not be deceived.
See that the book you buy contains 874 pages and NO
fine engravings. , - 4w4.
, • ~. . •
. , • N.. , !..., tio•ncr: We him the
.:. , kl ,r i largest and ,beat selling
- .1. , . ' . . Stationery Packagein the
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s W 4 o es r 3 l ts d. o il pia t r po cott a lu ei s
sv f e lg i, .
• ofiesenell.penliolder.goldeft Pun •aud a Piece of valuable
Jewelry. Complete sample package, with elegant gold-plated
sleeve' brittens and ladies' fashionable fancy et, pin and
Bc/110 17 . it C0.i769 Broadway, N. V.
4gr d ":l, B s :P i o f - m l tec 2 n s hi ee ra u ten ta 't I ,e 3 ve Pa r c lir k ate 3 7l t re w rto w alllt rt. °d gents. jow. :,
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articles In no; The LLOYD COIibINATfON. Can be used
. as a 'Pencil. Penholder and Pct , Fritter. renknife. Envelope
. opener. , l'aper.cutier Dubber,' Sewing .4lnchini3 - Thread
-, Cutter„ and far Bioning,Scams. Cutting off licoke and Eyes,
- • - Buttons: /Orasing Dime. P.- - c. &so of a common pence, Is
heavily nickel plated, end urn last a lifetime. , Agents are ,
. . coining. money and say tt ie • the best selling' ante!. out.
. Sample 23 cents, tits far 6I „ Extraordinary Inducetueute
to Agents. Send for mattiple half dozen and canvass_ your
town- BRIDE. 4 CO., 760 Broadway, N. Y... ~
STATIONERY PACRAGEW. and Sf X of
J, -the Ltoyrk COMpIIiATIgN for iwo .
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LpOiktn i dßlO&C ~
way, MOW orka
Wrck..ll. BOYD •&.- Co.; -
• • 1
• (SUCC3OBO2 . BOYD AL: Conwitr,)
Cook ,Ilitoves Raises
fstg bodes. - -
ON - -TIME!r
name it new- poi/Burris; just buk containing,
a new principle in aking. and is destined to make a .
revolution in the vrestruction of Cook Stoves. Come'
in and see it. • ,
- . THE A.RGAND,
. . , ,
An a heating stove_:statude without a ' r ival, in beauty,
durability and economy. Conte and satisfy,
and get names 01 parties; now using them., •
We take special, pleasure ie offering to the Wholeiale
and Retail Trade,
our dealrable Stapp', yof Tinware. We,
use none but the beat of charcoal plates.
OUR WORKMEN ARE EX.PERLITIMID-:
OUR' STYLES ARE FAULTLESS! ; 1.•
:GOODS‘ ARR . WARRANTED
And we defy any to ; proauee better goods for, leak
A full line oi Lamps of, beautiful design:Alio Win
neys of every description.
Plower Jars, Hanging Pots, 'Marna', Butter jars.
Preser4e Jars, Jugs, Stove Tubes, itc.l
Butts and Screws, Locks and Knobs. Latches; Catches,
Doors. 'Sash, , Blinds. Glass. Building Paper, White
Lead, Zinc. Oils,, Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Spirits of
Turpentine, Paint cf any shade. desired. Also colors
for mixing paint. , ,
A full assortment of Philadelphia Carriage Bolts, z.nil a
1111ike of iron Azlea, Bar Iron, Home Shoes, Nathsi
We purchase in Car-load lots, therefore can sell to the .
trade in less quantities - as cheap as any house in the
city. . •
Wx. H. BOYD, H. CORWIN, IJ. It. COOLRY -
Montrose, March 15; 1876.
MARK 'PHESE FACTS-I .
IYI Testimony of the Whole World.
ExtraCts front Various Letters : • •
"I had no appetite; Holloway's Pine gave me ahearty
"Your Pills are marvellous... ••
"I send for another box. andleep them in the house."
"Dr. Holloway has cared my headache that was chron-,
"I gave one of your Pills to mj babe for cholera mor
bns. The dear little thirg got well in a. day.";
"My nausea of a morning is now cured. ''
."Your box of Holloway's Ointment cured me of noises
in the head. I rubbed some of your Ointment behind
the ears and the noise,has left."
"Send me two boxes. I want one ter a poor family."
"I enclose a dollar; your p:ice is 25 eta, but the med
icine to me is worth a dollar."
:'Send me five boxes of your Ping." •
"Let me have three boxes of your Pills by returnmail
for Chills and Fever."
I have over 200 such testimonials as theseibutwant
of space compels me to conclude.. • '
For Outaneous . Disor ders,
and all eruptions of the skin; this ointment is most in
valuable. It does not heal externally alone;• but pene
trates with the most searching effects to the . very root
of the evil. - • •
..lEtc•llovvei.3r 6 is' i :21.1 - 1,31 - 423 •
invariably cure the folloirtng seam:
• Disorder of the Kianeys.
• In 2.1 diseases affecting these organs. whether h&j
secrete too mach or too little water; or whether they be'
afflicted with stone or gravel, or with' aches and pains
settled in the loins over the regi ons' of thb, kidneys,
these Pins should be taken accornr to the printed di
rections. and the Ointment should be well rubbed into
the small of the back at bed time. This treatment will
give almost immediate relief When all other means have
Tailed. • I
For Stotnaches out of .Order. .
No medicine will so effectually imProve thetone of the
stomach as the se Pills; they remove all acidity occasion
ed eitherby intemperance or improper diet. They reach.
the liver and reduce it to a healthy action
. ; they are
wonderfully efficacious in cases of Spasm—in fact they
never fail in curing all disorders of the . liver and stom
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS are the best known in the
World for the following diseases : Ague, Asthma. Bil
ious Complaints, Blotches on the Skin, Bowels,Co2n
gumption, -Debility. Dropsy, Dysentery, Erysipelas,FA
male Inegularitles.Fevers of all kinde,Fits, clout,lertd
sehe, Indigestion, Inflammation, Jaundice. Liver Com
plaints, Lumbago. Piles, Rheumstism, Detention of
tfrine,Scrolula or King's Evil,Sore Throats Stone and
Gravel,_Tic-Donlonreaux. Tumors,llleers, W orms of all
kinds, Weakness from any cause, etc.
• IMPORTANT CAUTION.
None are genuine unlesis the signature of J.Haydoek,
as agent for the United States t surrounds each box of
Pills and Ointment. A handosme reward will be given
to , any one rendering such information as may lead to
the detection of any party or parties counterfeiting the
medicines or vending the same, knowing them to be
* * *Soldat the nannfactory of Professor Holloway &
Co., New York, and by all respectable druggists and
dealers in medicine throughout the civilized world, in
boxes ate cte, 62 cts, and $1 each. la`There is con
siderable Baring by taking the larger sixes.
N.B.—Directions for the guidance of patients in ev
ery disorder are affixed to each box.
FRENCH, RICHARDS', & CO., Sole .Agents,
BURNS & WHITE,
Mannfactuferi`of aluiT Dealers_in '
..,' , ..A.1. 4 1AN - & '
MARBLE AND SLATE
SCOTCH' $6. AMERICAN GRANITE,.
WCemeter, Lots Faolosectfir -
131=13, - • - Pin:PA*
l'uaktuuniock i Pa. :AL 0, urre.-17 .
... ~~ .
,Sae pot :recolved in
ENTIRE'. NEW STOCK OF MEW,
CLOTHING; ' '
Uprises to - suit thotuki !buss,
MRS' SIMS, SITIISIS
BOYS' &TOMS' 210$11
Also flue of
- DRY GOODS, - • .
HATS :t& CAPS,
;BooTs , AND SHOES, YANKEE
• NOTIONS, 'FANCY GOODS,
Cheap for cash. No charges for'shog our goods.
Nair Milford. Mat Ba;lo76.'—tf.
piPORTANT • ANNOUNCEMENT
G. - & A. .CORTESY
3133E1t.1ir • •4124.100 4 003:1611,
- 7 t •
MERCHANT TAILORING ,
. . AT OUR NEW STORE, -
No, 21 Court Street.
Weiwould respectfully' announce to , the public that
wehave rembved to oar new and epaclous store, No.
21 corner. of Court and Watch: streets. and are fflling it
,with a new stool., of goods that have just. arnved. Our
'stick of Drtfes Goods. Shawls, ctc., are , of the very' lat
eet Spring patterns and styles anti purthised for cash
when the• market was most depressed.
In the Hue Of Fancy . Goods,: - Hosiery,' Oloves,Hair
Goods gibbons, etc.. our stock is unsurpassed. We
haVit also opened a Department of Merchant Tailoring,
and have Plat purchased a large stock of the latest
styles in the line of Cloths, Casstmeres, etc., and ofthe
,very best qualty. 'We have emPlc_led to take charge
of this Department, MR, T. D. TATIO It, long the
leading and most successful. cutter in this city, and who
always guarantees a: perfect fie Mr. Taylor did the se
lecting of the cloths, caisimeres, trimmings, etc., for
'this department, which should satisfy all that we have
the latest and most fashionable styles.
, We cordially thank our .patrons for, paid favors, and
, promise them and the public generally - that we Up bet
' ter prepared than ever to supply anything in online,
We solicit your patronege;
C. & A. CORTSBY.
Blnetuuttork, AprillB,lB7o. -
THEGREAT CAUSE OFf• AN
Just Published, in Sealed Envelope. Price six cents.
AW A Lecture on the Nature; Treatmentmui
c . 414 jr - r , Radical cure of Setuinal Weakness, or Sper-
U matorrhoea, induced, by Self-abuse, Invol•
untary Emissions, ltriptency, Nervous De
bility, and impediments to. .Marrlage generally ; Con
sumption, Epilepsy, and Fits; Mental and Physical In
capacity, &c.—by ROBERT J. CIILVERWELL, It. D.,
author of the "Green Book," am.
e l \
The world-renowned author, in this admirablo ',et
true, clearly proves from his own experience thaa. th '
awful consequences of Self-Abuse may be effectually re
moved without medicine, and without dangerous surgi
cal operations, hoagies,. instruments,rings Cr cordia l s; -
pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and effec
tual, by which every sufferer, no matter what bis con-,
ditiun may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately and I
radically. . . .• -
' - This tecture will prove a boon to thousands and
thousanas. . .
Bent. under seal, in a plain envelope; to any address
On receipt of six cents or two post stamps.
THE CIILVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
41 Ann St., New York ; Poet Office Box, 4686.
BuY' YOUR WAGONS, . CAR
, , RIAGES AND SLEIGHS,
w . -- ou . ..' P ERIIOUT, HARFORD, PA.
Pitidif !ISt . -
Repairing dope on short 'notice" dilipef than the
cheapest,' . • ' ' • ,
Filet-el s e. tuetonS o -. . - . 1 . a
"; " . Ln a lt . 6gOtali, -: • . •. • 115
~ f !lnforms from $l4O to - , - - 160
~.‘ " Awell body Sleighs, • .. - 25
BLACKSMITHING. . -
To shoe per span new, - • - - ' ..50
corkand set - ,
.. . . . _ * 1 .40
! set per span - • • : . -- - 1.00
- All work warrauted. Call and etamine Dv stock
before ptuthasing elsewhere.
' W. OUSTERHOUT.
Hnrford, April 26, "16.—tf •
itH.l3.4.ftliits. HG. BLAND'INC J. IL Coltoixeil
Barnes, Blanding & Co.,
Fable and Grattitt orks,
' PaTAlLLuilai IX 16404
MANCIPAOTURNRS OF ALL KINDS OF
MARBLE - AND GRANITE ' MONUMENTS.
• MANTLES, &C.
IMPORTERS OF SCOTOICGRANITB,
26 Ohenango St., Near Depot,
*arch 8.1876. : BINGIIAMTON.N. T
. VALUABLE FARM" FOR SALE . ‘
NEW DIXLEOII,IO. TOvlgNsuip;-;
The undersigned:executor of the estate of Shoes:lt
'Van Fleet, dec'd, offers for sale th 6 term-o f raid decedr
salt, tine4ourth mile north of the Mosley, chnrch.ltaw
Milford township, Pa. It cunt - alas, about 112
well watered, feLced,and under a good state of calm*.
ties. I must dispose of said faitn, and...will soil ott
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For Further particulars ispittitAut the subsertbeC
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July 10, Matt