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'',4 .garin - ,alpa iv
Preparation of TOOIS and Im
Are your plows in ' readiness for the
soil ? If you are to purchase b new one
or two, and are in doubt which kind to
purchase, ask the privilege of trying
three or four different kiads with a view
of purchasing. Any manufacturer will
willingly grant such a privilege. But do
not attempt to use a new plow until it is
Well polished, so that the earth will slip
well. The manufacture ks can polish a
plow in a few minutes, and would do it
if the farmers would reqiiiest it.
Plow points should now be ordered and
brought home for future use. Islay order
them cast, because many manufacturers,
are growing cunning about making points,
,by not chilling the edge. They will tell
farmers that they are just as good with
out being cold chilled as', to chill them.—
But this is not so. One point when
chilled will out last two that are not
chilled. When points !are not chilled
bey will wear off on , the under side in
half a day so much as to pause a plow not
io run so deep, nor of a depth so uniform,
iior so steadily by a great difference, as
If they were chilled. Order not only the
Antering points to be! chilled, but the
Icing of the plow point to be chilled.—
By the Wing is meant the entire edge.
Besides' this, put e v ery point on the
grindstone and polish it before it is ever
used. • This will save in the strength of
teams, and in doing the plowing well,
more than fifty cents on every point.
ll,Artno i ws.—ls a new harrow needed ?
Procure some good timber, and employ a
good workman in wood, who will make!
the wood work in less than a day. Al
workman ,by the'job will ask from 82 50
to $3 for, the work only—besides the tim-;
her. For 'the teeth procure the best of
iron of the proper size, and employ a
blacksmith to make the teeth. Oar!
Blacksmiths make harrow teeth for five
cents each, with a great profit to them
selves, as a wan will Make over one hun
dred per day. By this system of man-I
agement a good harrow may be l ated° for'
six or seven dollars, quite as good as to
pay eiatten dollars for one that is neatly
There is no economy in plaining andl
painting the woodwork of harrows, be-1
cause they are always so much exdosed!
to harsh and rough usage, which cannot)
be avoided, that paint is of very little
' Let all harrow teeth be well sharpened,
and if the points were laid with steel and
tempered, they would be much, better
than iron alone.
The best..most durable and I neatest
kind of paint for any kind of tools or bill.
plements, is a light I;lite. This is far but
ter than red, as blue will reflect more 'of
the heat of the sun than red. Conseil
quently the wocd which is painted wilt
be heated and Sun checked less when
painted blue. During the warm days in
March let tools and implements be wash
ed clean and painted blue.
TO prepare blue paint that will dry
soon, procure good boiled oil, which-will
cost about ten cents wore per gallon than
weboiled. Procure a quart or more, ac-,
cording to amount of painting to be done,l
of liquid driei or laquer. Then take one!
pint of oil, half a pint 'of drier and min-
glo by stirring in with a stick enough
white lead to make it about as thick las
cream. Zinc white is best unless a m i en
has an aparatus for grinding - the lead. r "--1
Zinc will require no grinding, but must s
be thoroughly stirred, and all the 166
washed. Now put in one, or two, for
three tablespoonfulls of Prussian blue,
and stir it thoroughly. But a .smiall I
quantity of blue will be necessary to I+
a handsome blue paint. If it appears!
too - light colored, put In :more blue;-1
Paint prepared a few hourS beforo IJ it, is!
used, will work bettor than that just pre-
If the oil and drier are good, paint
prepared according to. the foregoingidi
rcctions, will dry -in from ono to I.NVO
days, although it should be allowed frOm
one to two weeks to become hard •
For green paint, let the white lead, or
sin and oil and drier be prepared inthe
saw way as for blue, and put in green
Instead of blue. Continue to put in
green until the shade is dark enough to
suit the fancy.
Yellow pailrt may be prepared in the
same manner by using chrome yellow with
the white lead.
is stated that f on an are
it taker about fourteen quarts of mil
wake a pound of butter.
'teed Me column carefully
Breaking Heifers for HiMing.
The American Agriculturist gives the
following good adciee, which may be put
into practice•during i,he next month in
many thousands of cases
This is often made quite a serious af
fair, in which kicks and bruises are freely
interchanged between the frightened
brute and the irritated. master.' p.llany
an otherwise ' exCellent milker is spoiled
for life by harsh treatment. A heifer, if
well broken to the milk pail, will pay for
much painstaking, Rarey's reasoning
respecting horses applies equally to other
animals. They only resist when injury
is apprehended, and their natural instinct
suggests danger . whenever any unusual
treatment occurs. Every one bas'nOticed
how shy a creature itLin,entering 4range
inclosures or at / the r ight of new objects.
The handling Sf a heifer's bag is to hei
a very unusual., proceeding, and in: addi
tion, the teats are often tender, add .the
bags caked and inflained so as to bepain
ful under even a gentle touch. Training
for milking should Commencelonghefore
Calving. First teach the animal to wel
come your coming by an apple, a handful
of corn, or salt or other . delicacy, She
will soon readily permit -the hand , to be
laid upon her back and enjoy the gentle
rubbing and scratching which may be
given.: Extend the haddling to different
parts of the body until she will nof, flinch
from grapsing the tea l ts, and the work
May be soon accomplished without a harsh
word. This will be a good leison for
boys to practice and it. will teach them
patience and kindness, in'additiozi to the
good effects upon the animals.
SAWDUST IN ..u 4 tlinnE.—F. J. Kin
ney, of Wayland, Mass., gives 'in the
;New Englaa Farmer, an interesting
account of his use of sawdust for bed•
'din(' as a fertilizer an& absorbent.
In January, 1350,11 e -commenced haul
ing sawdust and fine chips from a elothes
pin manufactory. There were two hor
ses, seven bead of cattle, and several
swine on the farm; and in course of the
year he used 100 cords of this material
as bedding for these animals. The stable
floors were covered with it about six
inches deep, and as, fast as that under the
swine and cattle became saturated with
urine, it was removed with the solid ex
crement to, the manure cellar. The horse
bedding and manure were piled under a
ln closing his communication, 'Mr.
Kinney remarks :--"Wherever' I. have
examined the roots cf a vegetable grown
where sawdust, chip or leaves and stable
manure had been used, 1 found.them em
bracing with. their delicate fibers every
atom of the vegetable matter within their
reach, and drawing their natural suste
nance from them ; and there is nothing
I have ever tried as an assistant fertilizer
that holds so much liquid or.retains it so
long, where only the air and sun operate
on it, as hard wood sawdust; and noth
ing that yields up this. embryo vegeta
ble so readily to the petitions of the root
Come, its' HoasEs.—l will give you a
receipt which I have known to cure in a
few minutes : I knew a horse taken with
it on a tread-wheel to a carding machine,
so that the owner thought he could not
live. He got the verterinary surgeons,and
they did what they could, and all decided
that the horse must die. The man's
wife, who believed and practiced' hygiene,
from the time the horse was taken, tried
to persuade her husband to use a wet
bandage, but be insisted it would do no
good. After all had given up that the
horse could not live, by her entreaties—
the doctors saying it would do no good or
hurt—he took a thick bed comforter t ,
bound it around the horse, went to the
well and drew Water, and poured it on
until it was thorbughly soaked. , It seem
ed like a pot boiling. In less.l than fif
teen minutes from the time he commenced
the watering process, the horse, was up
and eating, to the great surprise of the
horse doctors, who knew . it could not live.
The horse , did , good service afterwards.
This recipe I gave several years ago, and
it was copied into most; as I was told by
an editor, of the agricultural, anti many
other papers in the United ,States.—
Many have tried and proved it. I Try it,
brother farrners.--Farnier's Advocate.
A GOL➢EN RULE FOR FARMERS.-
Do not go on dividing up or using up
your capital by cropping without manure
Make it a cardinal principal,of action,
never to be awerved.from, that you will
not-in any instance, 'in relation to any
field or crop, or rotation, ylant or sow
without a supply of inanare sufficient at
!cast, to preserve the existing fertility of
The Bugle Calli! Tim War has Begmx! A War
of Extermination against Bad Teeth. Bad
Breath, Diseased Gums, Tootbache,Bar
ache, and Neuralgia.
OVA AT/LLERY Is
Dr. ;Wm. B. Hurd's
DENTA.L . TREASURY :
A complete set of Remedies for
PRESERVING THE TEETH, PURIFYING
THE BREATH AND MOUTH, and
.CARING TOOTHACHE AND NEURALGIA.
Dr. Hurd's eelebrated MOUTH WAS'IT,I bottle.
Dr. Hurd's rzegualed TOOTH PO IV DER,I. box
Dr.Hyrd'smagic TOOTHACHE DROPS,I box
Dr.THurd'i UNRIVALLED NEURALGIA
Dr. Hurcri IL4NU.4L on the Best Means of
Preserving the Teeth, including Dfrections for
the Proper Treatment of Children's Teeth.
FLOSS SILK for cleaning between the Teeth.
TOOTH PICKS, etc.., ete.
Prepared at Dr. Hurd's. Dental Office, 'l7
Fourth St.; Brooklyn, (E. D.)
. Price,PNE DOLLAR; or, SIX - for $5:
The Dental Treasury makes a package eight
inches by five, and is sent by express.
Full direction for use is on each article.
The following articles we can send separ
ately, by Mail, viz
The Treatise on Preserving Teeth sent, post
paid,- on -receipt of Twelve Cents, or four
The Neuralgia Plaster, for Neuralgia in the
Face, Nervous Rtladachs, and Earache, sent,
postpaid, on receipt of Eighteen cents, or stx
The Neurafgia and Rheumatic Plaster (large
sin,) for pains in rite Chest, Shoulders, Back,
or any part of the body, tent. - post-paid, on
receipt of Thirty-Seven cents.
Address Wm. B. Hurd 81, Co.,
• Tribune Buildings, New York. •
Dr. Ilnrd's MOUTH WA H, TOOTH POW
IDER and TOOTHACHE DROPS cannot be
sent by Mail, but they can probably be obtain
ed at your Drug or Periodical Stores. If they
cannot, send to us for the Dental Treasury,
price, On‘ Dollar, which contains them.
ARE DR. HURD'S PREBARATIONS GOOD
The best evidence that they are is, that their
firmest friends and best patrons are those who
have used them longest. Da. WILLIAM B.
Ilcab is ad eminent Dentist of . Brooklyn.
freasuier of the New York State Dentists'
Association, and these preparations have been
used in his private practice for vears, and no
leading citizen of Brooklyn or Williamsburgh
questions their excellence, while eminent
Dentists of New York recommend them as the
best knoWn to the profession. Without the
'aid of advertising, dealers have sold them by
The Editor of the Brooklyn Daily Times says :
"We are Happy to-know that our friend, Dr.
Hurd, is succeeding beyond all expectations,
with his Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder. The,
great secret of his success rests • with the fact
that his articles are precisely what they are
represented to be, as we can testily from their ,!
The well-known P, T. Barnum writes
found your Tooth Powder so good that my
family have used it all up. We find it the
best PoWder for the teeth that we ever used.
I shall feel obliged if you will send meanother
supply at the Museum at your coqenience,
with the bill."
But their cost. is so small that every one
may test the matter for himself
neware of the ordinary- Tooth Powders. Dr.
Hurd's Tooth Powder contains no acid, nor
alkali, nor charcoal, and polishes without
wearing the enamel. Use no other.
WHAT DOES DR. HURD'S REMEDIES EFGECT
Dr. Herd's Mouth Witsh and Tooth Powder
will give young ladies that finest charm in
woman—a sweet breath and pearly teeth. Try
Dr. Ilurd's Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder
will manse the mouth from all foul exhala
tions, and if used in the morning, will make
the breakfast taste sweeter and the day begin
more pleasantly. hundreds of persons can
testify to this. Try them, gentlemen. •
Dr. Hurd's Mouth Bash and Tooth. Powder
are the best preparations in the world for cuF
ing BAD BREATH and giving firmness and health
to the gums. Hundreds of cases of Diseased
Bleeding Gums, Sore Mouth, Canker, etc.,
have been cured by Dr. Hurd's astringent wash.
Dr. Sursl's :eolith . Wash and Tooth Powder
I give an additional charm to courtship, and
make husbands more agreeable to their wives
and wives to their husbands. They should
be used by every person having ARTIFCIAL
TIiETII, which are liable to impart a taint to
Dr: Ilurd's Toothache Drops cure Toothache
arising-from exposed nervos, end are the best
friends that parents can have in the house to
save their children from tortue and themselves
from loss of sleep and sympathetic suffering.
Farmers and Mechanics! you cannot well
afford to neglect your teeth. For a trifling
sum, you can now get preservatives, than
which Rothschild or Astor can get nothing
better. Remember that Dyspepsia and Con
sumption of the Lungs often originate in Neg
lect of Teeth. Send for the Treatise-on Teeth,
and read Dr. Fitch's obseriation oreirthis sub
ject. If too late to arrestltlecay in your own
teeth, Save your children's teeth. 7,
Dr. liurd's Neuralgia Non-adhesive Plasters
are the most pleasant and successful remedies
ever prescribed for this painful disease. The
patient applies one, soon becomes drowsy,falls
asleep, and awakes free from pain, and no
blister or other unpleasant or injurious con
sequences ensue. Fur Earache and Nervous
Deadache,.apply according to directions, and
relief will surely follow. Nothing can be ob
tained equal to Dr. llurd's Compress for Neu
ralgia. Try them. They are entirely a novel,
curious, and original preparation, and won ,
derfully successful. They are of two sizes,
one small, for the face, price 15 cents, and the
other large, for application to the body, price
37 cents. Will 6'e mailed on receipt of price and
WHAT ARE THE PFOPLE DOING 'I
The American people are intelligent enough
to appreciate preparations that-contribute so
much to the happiness of those using them,
and they want them. Every mail brings us
letters. some ordering the TREATISE ON TESTIS,
some the NEGRALGIA PLASTERS, and not a few
enclosing 37 cents for the MOUTII WASH, to be
sent by mail; but to those we are compelled
to reply that it is impossible to send a half
pint bottle by mail. The . people want these
Remedies. Who - lcill aupply them? Now is the
Chance for Agents.
Shrewd agents can make a small fortune in
carrying these articles around to families. Th e
Dental. Treasury is the neatest article that
man or woman can carry around. Send f
One and see, or, better; a dozen, which we will
sell as samples for $7: WM, B, HARD & CO,
Tribune Buildings, New York.
That remittances may be made 'with confi
dence, W. B. H. k Co: refer to the Mayor of
Brooklyn; to G.W. Griffith, Presid't Farmers'
and Citizens' Barak, Brooklyn, and to others.
z - • - ,lldministratorls
letters'.Of admini ration on
. the' estate- of.IIARRIS" ELLIS; deli'd,
late of - Harrison . Tp., Potter_
have - heen
granted to the ettbsitriber in due form:Of law,
notice-is hereby given to all persons knowing
themselves indebtid to; said' estate,lo make
immediate paynient; tind thore bavingelairqs
wilt pfesent them duly.antheiticated4or-set
tlement. W. RURTIS, Administrator.
March 31, 1862
, Executor!O Notice.
IVOTICE is hereby given :that *the tinder-
II signed have been duly, qualified as Ex
ecutors of the estate of Johit
late of Hebron township, Potter :county, .Pa.,
said executors residing in thetowaship: of
Hebron, county aforesaid.!. All persons hay
ing claims against the estate of said decedent
are requested to make known the same to said'
executors without delay. • •
MARIAN. FIGHT, ExeCatfix,
NORMAN DWIGHT, Executor:
Coudersport, Pa., Feti.l3, '62 ' '
Notj i be - . • ' ' , - ,
WHEREAS letters testimentarylo,the es
tate of Jolt% Gaspy, /ate of Sylvania
township, dec'd, have lbeeti granteil 'to thel
subscriber, all personsihdebted to the said
estate are requested to eke immediate pay
meat, and those havin : claims or 'demand
against the state of this • said decedent, ;will
Make •known the surne'vvithout delay" to i J
ROBERT YOUNG, Executoi. '
Sylvania, Potter Co„ Pa., Mar. 18
Admlnistratpr;s Notice. --, '
XTOTICE is hereby given, that lettere of ad -1
1.11 ministration on tlae estate of
BENNET, late of Bingbant , townshi, Potteij•
county, dec'd, have beMt granted to' the sub l
scriber by•tbe Registeil ,of Potter couty; to
whom all . debt due to said estate and' claims
against the same, most: be presented for set;
tlemerit or : paiment. W3l. P. coot,
Hebron,,Jan. 8, 189. Adm'r:
' Dissci talon • ,
•. 1 ,
F Cop a rtnership The copartnership hero-,
1.../ tofore existing antler t to firm of Colwell
4: Lyman is this day dissolved by mutualeon
sent., The outstanding concerns, of lil r e. , 6rni
will be adjusted by B. S. Colwell It Co, tvhP
will use the signaturelof the firm in liquida
tion. p. S. COLWELL ;
iIIARRIS L 1 MAN;
Roulette, Feb. 6, 186
• Co-Partkiership. 1 1
rr HE undersigned mire this day formed a
.I. Copartnership, under the firm of 1. ,1
Colwell & Co., and will continue the business
heret r orn conducted liy Colwell & LyMan. 11
B. S. COLWELIJ, •
• WESTON BRO'S:
Rpiilette, Feb, 6,18
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THE i i ‘A.IILY SOAP MAKER':
All Kitchen Greaseican be made inie good
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DIRECTIONS cICCOIIPANYING EAQH BOX
Soap is as easily, made with it, as Making
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Sabbath Scheiol Bell, No. 2.
15,00 u COPIES ISSUED THE FIRST '
Twelre,Monthof its. publication. : It is an
entire New W rk, of nearly 200 pages.;Many
of the Tunes a d Hymns were written express
ly for thisitol ,
c i It will soon be Us"popu
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• I THE, DAY SCHOOL BELL.
A) NEW;: SINGING BOOK FOR! 1 DAY
SCHOOLS, called the DAY SCHOOL 'BELL
is)now.ready.f R cOntains about 200 'pages
of t choice Songs, Rounds, Catches; I Duetts.
Tcics, Quiarteps, and Choruses, many of them
written expressly for this work, ~besides 23
pages of the ItElecOnts of Music.. The Ele
ments are so' easy and progressive, that ordi
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to sing correctly and scientificall,,, while-the
tunes. aria words - embrace such a variety of
lively, attractive and soul-stirring Music and
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zeal iri acquiting .skill in one of the, most )
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yielding; and order -producing exercises -of I
school life.n simplicity' of its eleinedts in I
x - rief,y and, adaptation ' of music; and in
excellence a d nuMber Of its songs, original,
selected;!nn adapted, ; it claims by- I:iiticli. to
excel all'competito'rs. It will be found to he
the best: botsk ever ,issued for Seminaries,
Academies, iind Pulblic Schools. A fe.tv sam
ple pages of the Eltun mts, Tunes, add Songs.
are giveu in it ciretHar ; send and get one.
is compiled by HOMAGE - WATERS, Auttfor
of "Sabbatl•School Bells." Nos. 1 and 2,
of which hav i efhad the enormous sale of 655.-
000 in 3,6 mouths. ) Prices, paper covers. 20
cents,' 515 per 100. Bound, 30 cent.s. $22 per
100 • cloth bbnnd, embossed gilt, 4.0 cents,
$3O per 100. i 25 pies furnished it the 100
price. Mailed ire IA the retail price
SOR: CE WIATERS,
_ NO. 481 Broadway, tie* York.
SOMETHING FOR THE TOLES!!!
A NECESSITY EVERY rthUiEROLD !
CROSLE ' Y'S ,
A.merie l an Cement 'Glue.
The, strquges Glue in the World
For 'C'enteniting, Mod, Leather, Glass.
lvor,O, China, Marble, Porcelain,-
Alabaster, Bone, Coral, etc..
The only article of the land ever produe l
• . ed!which will withstand Water.
• EXTRACTS :
"Every housekeeper should have a supply
of John 4 O i rosleyls Araericaa.Cement Glue "
"h is so :c l oriVer4ent to'have in the house.".
—New York Express. -j ; • •
"It is always realdy; this commends it to,
everylmdy." 7 -N. X Indepoident.
"We have ;tried it, and find it as: useful in
our houSe aswateij ' " Wilkes' Spirit of the Times
; • • • • I
11ferrice.25 nts per BOttle. .•
,liberal redections to-Wholesale Dealers.
• . TERMS CASH.
For by all Druggists null Store
keepers geOrdlly throughout the country. •
: • & CROSLEY,
. • r • • (Sole 3fanufacture'rs;)
• 781;William' Street, New York. - .;
(Corner'of Libtrty Street.). ;iY 9I Y
lIOIRAEE WATERS PIANOS.
MELODEONS; AI E.ANDRE ORGANS; AND
T. GILBERT 4: ° CO.'S eelebrateLl
PIANOS are the finest instruments for Parlors
and Churches now in use. A large assort;
ment caw bq seen at the 'new Warefooms, 481
BROAOWAY, between Grand afid'Broozne
Streeti; which wiR be sold at extremely. lbw
ririces. t PIANOS and MELODEONSItom sun
dry inzikers.f new ind second hand, 'to let, and
rentialloWed if virchased, as per agreement.
,Monthly payMenis received for the same.
Also, second4hand Pianos and Melpdeons at
great bargains, Prices: from $25 ,to $lOO.
Sheet lilasid,ls.lnsic Books,, and all kinds of
'Music IterchndisP at ar prices. •
II 'HORACE W WATERS, Agent.
T EWERS of de
against sai estal
them In him' for
owing said lestatei
Nov: 20,1 p6l
/ministration on ; the estate
s,. late of. Whitesvill e, Alle
t:, halvirig been granted to
all iiersons having claims
ite are requested!to present
:quidation. and all , persons
Tare .rednested to, make im
ROSILY MESHOLNES for
Jon s' commix
NEW ! !
T HE subscribers at their
OLD ST;AND ON NUN STREET,
Offer to their old customers and the public
generally for Cash, United States T'ressurr
Notes (which by the way are taten at Par,)
'Wheat. Corn Oats Buckwheat, Butter:Chew,
Hides, Pelts, Deer Skins, and all other kinds
of Skins, such as Caif Skins, &c., also, Bons,
Bens, Venison, and li some other things %het
can't be 'thought of,'
A LARGE AND WELLLSELECTED
BOOTS .& SHOES,
Hats & Caps,
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
Paints, Oils, andrflye Stun%
Together with some of the best
KEROSENE' OIL, -
Far superior to the Oil Creek or l Tidioute Oil
LAMP &'LAMP FIXINGS,
Also a few more of those Superior
GLASS, SASH, PUTTY,
INK-, PAPER, ENVELOPES,
And other kinds of -
o WINDOW CURTAINS
And other articles which time alone for
bids us tolmentiou, all of which will litt
sold as low asthe WAR PRICES will
And for those articles we take, the high
est market price will be paid.
We are also General Agents for
DR. - D. 'JAYNE'S Family Medicines,
KEN;CEDY'S Medical Discovery,
And all the standard Medicines delis day
CALL AND. SEE!
o. S. & E. A. JONES.
N.ll. The pay for the Goods Vint be tar -
hand when the Goods are delivered, as wear*"
determined to live to the motto of "Psi °
You • •
Just one thing more. The Judgmetsnote n
.book accounts which we have unhand:
Must be settled and closed np imMediatnly or
we fear they will be increased lister tho tht
usual rate of interest.- Poea