Newspaper Page Text
gugar'. Beet Culture.
In A late Rural _Yea Yin-A-el. I saw •a M
gr as to what variety of roots is best for
m lch cows. From an experience of thirty
'yews with different root crops, I have Barad •
nite , that payli me ['swell as the Ante can
In proved Imperial Sugar Beet, all . things
considered. It yields the most feed per
acre, is raised and horsed with less labor, is
ahead of most root "crops from the fact hat
th e re-are i 4 ery - few fibrous
. roots---quite an•
item in cleaning. Instead of their impar
ting an-unpleasant flavor to }silk, as -IS-com
plained .of the turnip; I think they. are. a
great improvement - both •in quantity' and
quality of milk. ' As to soil, any land (per
haps green sward excepted) that will pro
duce a good crop of corn or-potatoes, ,will
give a paying crop of beets. Still my ex
pel fence is that the richer tlr~e laud the lar
ger the crop. ff
Plow good depth, say any, where from
eight to twelve inches; harrow fine and mel
low. Lay the ground off in fair ridges,
from eighteen to twenty-four inches apart;
rake down - engthwise so as to leave them
about three inches above the general sur
face; plant' the seed so that when the
:r( Ind or drill is smoothed or rolled, the
s • will be one inch under ground; in fact,
they are sown after about the same manner
as other root crops. As soon as the rows
can he seen,•hoe them close up to the beet,
but lightly. As soon as they are an inch or
two high, go through theta again, and weed !
out the rows. The great secret of • raising
Trot:01114y is the sam ‘ as other small crops,
'or in fact any crop. - Don't let the weeds
get the start. Wiwi the beets are from four
to six inches high, they should be • thinned
mit to one good straight plant Ito, fifteen
1 inches. If the land is quite rich, they grow
( large and require - room; keep them clean
from weeds, and it is a pleasure to harvest
As the root is half "or two-thirds alaive
the surface, Igo between two rows, taking
them by the tops, and when both hands are
full slap them gently together to remove the
dirt, lactic off the tops' and they are ready
for the e liar, clean and nice. If suitable
care is to - en to keep the tops clean, put in
snug he: is; they' make nice feed for cows
when grr p
is sree and of poor quality. I
consider lutt the tops pay' well for pulling
the crop. They should he harvested before
the ground freezes; freezing to any amount,
hurts their keeping qualitibs. 1 got my first
heed of Rollin Lane, Addison Co,, VI., five
years ago this winter. I have 3-et to find
the man who has produced it who has not
i been satisfied with it as a crop. I have fed
idiom 2 bushels per day all winter to - ny
• -stock. I feed to all kinds of stock. or
hheep, I run them through a root cutte ;
for cattle, I put them on the barn floor; an
w ith a clean shovel or spade cut -a bushel
in about a minute; for horses, feed whole.—
A. A. Fisk in Rural _Yoe Yorker. '
Mr. J. F. Robinson describes in Hard
wick's Science Uossip a simple ml3thod of pre
pairing skeleton leaves, 'which' tileems - prefeiL
able to the old and tedious method of macer
ation, and which he recommends to all young
botanists, especially to his fair friends,
who Mike up the'lcience of botany more
as an intelligent amusement than for severe
study. First dissolve four ounces of com
mon washing soda in a quart of boiling wa
ter, then add two puttees of slacked quick
lime, and boil for about fifteen minutes.—
- Allow the solution to cool ; afterward pour
off ,ill the clear liquor into welean saucepan.
I Wlilen this liquor is at its boiling point place
the leaves carefully in thepan, .and boil the
whole together for an ho r, adding from
time to time enough wate to make up for
the loss by evaporation. he epidermis and
'parenchyma of some leaves will more read
ily separate than others. A good test is to
try We leaves after they have been gently
boling for an hour, and if the cellula matter
• does not easily rub oft betwixt the finger and
thumb beneath cold water, boil them again
for a short time. When the. fleshy matter
is found to be sufficiently softened, rub likens
beparat ely but very gently beneath cold wa
ter until the perfect skeleton
The skeletons, at first, are of a dirty-white
Color ; to make them of a ure' white, and
therefore more beautiful, all that in nem
.--iiry is to bleach them in a weak solution of
, mut ids of lime—a large teaspoonful of
i Moride of lime to a quart of water ; if a
low drops of vinegar is added to the solu
tion, it is all the better, for then the free
chloride is liberated. Do not allow them to
t cumin too lung in the bleaching liquor, or
they heeome too brittle, nod cannot after
u , trds he handled without injury. About
fifteen intintto will be sufficient to make
them white and clean-looking. Dry the
specimens insvitite blotting-paper, beneath
a gentle pres4ife. Simple leas - es are 'the
best for young be to experiment up
on ; the vine, poplar, beech, and ivy leaves
make excellent skeletons:- Care must be ex
ercised in the telection of leaves, as well as
the period of the year and the state of the
atmosphere wlien the specimens are col-
leeted, otherwise failure will be the result.
The best months to gather the specimens
are July and August. Never collect spe
cimens in damp weather ; and none but per
ectly matured leaV,o ought to be selected.
-No Profit in Milking too Clean.
It is generally thought best, so far as my
knowledge extends, to let dairy cows go dry
three, or at least two months. My own ex
perience would give three month as abbut
the best average length of time cows should
go dry before dropping their calves in spring;
and this I find best, without regard - to the
general health of the animal or the amount
(if milk to be produced the following or af
ter seasons. Cows that arc milked too long
either get thin in flesh, and give but little
milk, and that little a'poor quality, or else
require a large amount of nutritious fond to
keep up a good supply of milk and the .an-
Mud in good flesh. My rule is to feed lib
erally as long as I do milk, and when a
cow gives less than two quarts of good[
wholesome milk, dry her off and lessen, the
feed. A dry coiv needs but about two
thirds the amount of fodder required by a
cow of the same size which gives milk, so
that there is no present profit in milking
too long, unless dairy products are very
high, to say nothing of the damage by im
pairing the future usefulness of the cow.--
(ilr Hirt/ Gentlemmi.
To Freshen S.ait Fish
Many persons who are in tits habitof
I reshening mackerel. or other ::alt tish, never
dream that there is A tight and a wrong
way to do it. Any person who has seen the
prJeess of evaporation going on at any salt
works, knows that the salt 'falls to the Nu.
loin. Just so it is in, the pan where your
mackerel lies soakin ; and, as it lies with
the skin rule clown , i
he salt will fall to the
skin and there retua n ; when if placed with
the flesh derf
,n, the salt falls to the bottom
~1 th e p:4l itul the fish comes out freshened
..- 0 t.ll‘oltd lie. In the other case it is near-
I:, .1- ,ilt te, when put M.-
I he Household
hole KILL I toActi .--A «m rewm
dent ,Ryt: . " 1 hat) house
tile ruuelics . 4 0(.11 made their c i
the Litchen and cellar under ; it was lathed
and plastered between the joists. I went
down in the cellar idler candlelight ; it Just
wive me the horrors ; I thought we Should
have nothing fit. to eat ; over the 'victuals'
shelf I could not spread niy hand between
them. I got two ounces red wafers, broke
them up and strewed them where I could
among them. In a short time tlp.re , was
not one to be found."'
COHN STARCH PASTE. —Corn starch makes
the belt paste for scrap-books. Dissolve a
:mth quantity in cold water, then cook it
1 horoughlv. Be careful and not get 'it too
thick. When cold it should be thin enough
to apply with a brush. It will not mold nor
!lain the paper. , ft is the kind used by d»g
nerreotypists on "gent" pictures.
VEAL PIE. —Take a shoulder of veal, cut
it up and boil one hour, then add a quarter
of a pound of butter, pepper and salt, cover
the meat with biscuit dough, cover close
and stew half an hour, and it will he. ready.
AN IMPROVED 111ETHOD ON COOKI NO
BEET S. —Bake them ; it requires abbut two
hours,to bake a medium-sized beet. I har
dly think any person will resort to the old
method of boiling them after eating one
meal of baked beets. .
To - CunE FRECELES.—Take two ounces of
lemon juice, half a drachm powdered borax,
and ono drachm of sugar: Mix together and
Jet them stand in a glass bottle for a few
day!, then rub it on the hands and face,oe•
TooT44 , oll:c.—A correspondent of the
English Magazine give the following curious
remedy : Put a pV.P.,e of quick lime as big
as a walnut in a pint of water in a bottle.
Clean the teeth with a little of it every
morning, rinsing the mouth with clean wa
ter afterwards, If the teeth are good, it
will preserve them and keep away the tooth
ache ; if the teeth are gone, it will harden
the gums so that they will masticate crusts
OgACO#I - 8110Wfir --- :-" - " --
011 JOUN Pf‘ft.
/Ve beeedu Brown yer Writhe about ' •
He haul been round far a year;
They planted him last kibbage thnO.
Which is why ~e„fl
Fur-VraEa Ye'vehlite: titteinititift:p
• • 3
' That this lyin' udder ground
4:or eq . ear . ,cir two don t Lusk° one Teel. •_-.1
Pretty much like elcehtn• round.
sis,kerrieter. ehr What. old'Deai:=Oroirti ,
W044'01 rutlix4 .# liliiu6niqf U0ei0 744
Thet be want much the sort o'saint -
- ,ISO1:111'),4 liattrb: and Hay. ' • - • •-, I
_Ho never cussed jn his meral tifeLL"
'I mention this withcousarn --
He didn't know bow, though he might a know'd
)Ef he lied a cared to laru
But it makes it iough faillio chap that gets
The writin' of his Liog.
To her ter confess he's a slingin' ink ...
Over etch a bump on a log.
Who didn't amount to'stmeksin trinr, " • •
'Who never war out on kar.„
And fur taeklin• a nest little 'game of "draw,"
' Couldn't tell a full front (*.pair.
Fur the Dear. Rift War a common cuss
0' MP most orin - jest kind,
'Who never looked out o' the winder o' sin,
And Ilursn't ras)o.
Ye've nL hire how parvarne he Nles,
I've heard hiut remark—this limb I
Thet though be war raised in a Christian hind,
Our elk Aar enough fur Lim.
His canal boat onift—it was yers pgoi •• 2
When drivers both druv and steered—
Bun again the bank jest above Perin Yan,
Au' some o` the help got sLoa•r'd.
The Pilot sot in the ingin-rovin,.
Aud hell his noizio an' swore.
But tho brae, spread Airself at the gang-plank
A bandin' the ladies ashore.
P'rapbs the Deue., of he'd bed the reariu o' some
Woull a paune'd out better that trip;
But, considerin' of his broughtens up,
Ho didn't quite lose his grip.
thifoituuit-like fur the Della. an' lee,
He'd careful raitii7l . Whom;
Au' yer \an't 'apeet much of a clad,'Yer know•,
Oniessiksprouts from a shun.
Et he'd been a high-toueit gamb i Ter.
Or Unit rough of a mining ctuu
With a bushel of ant In his kerricter;
An' a touch of GAUP,
(Jr au injitioer or au Injin that-
Any hind of a ram-hititheloute4
.Per'upa he'd a done some pretty hlg thing
' Fur me ter be,aplurgite-abOut* ,
but he jest plugged en in a no 'count way,
A lead in' a good swum life, .
Till the war kcm on—then Ito pulled up stakes,
An' said good bye ter his -we.
rce hearn tell a kgrittior man nor him
In battle never trod, -
Au' ho didn't let down in tlia taco of Death,
Although he b lioved in a God. •
is queer how be font at Froderietsbnig--.
The nese. jest went in wet.
-kray'n an' shoot'n, an' every time
fetellin' his man you bet. I •
won't sustained by the soothin' thought,
I be foil—Oetober leventh-,
d Imock'd spots out the eomtnandintents,
special retie) on tii4 severdi,:h
That h 't
I , s
. 1 111
I /WOW POMO folks reckon contratry laec
An' sling their ink quite free,
But they hain't got holt the right end
Accordlif to my Idea. 1 :
Au' thet's why I've sorto&beenillipptu'
A pleattlM the Deacon's excuse,
Fur you know we all can't be gamblers and
And all women needn't be loose.
Jcet over in
: Some twee.
Thet air filled\
To fight 'gin t
They went from
They kern back
An' we burled 'ern
All chaps of the DV
'ont thel turnip-patch,
• holes yer Ytn see,
)7 chaps who went from here
'tern 'bout plantin' time,
when cernNeap riPe.
- that wait* treti—
We'll ereaa over flute to
And I guess 11l bg, git
Yee pardin, stranger I all
At the grave o' thii sort o
I've been sushi' Wway proud
But now I make bold ter ea)
It don't foller on a man's a suet
Cause lie lives In a decent way
Siberian milkmen carry their milk in
The French Academy prnposes that dru
.arils shall be disfranchised. -7
The Bible has been - excluded from the
public schools of Davenport, lowa.
Thirteen gamblers to ono clergyman in
Memphis, and forty saloon° to one ebbrch.
"Assaults with intent to commit scrofu
la," is what they call compulsory vaccina
tion in Chicago. I •
tt Qrisw old, the "Fat Contributor," says
that nothing relieves a Comic :lecture Iso
much as an occasional joke.
It would require loss than seventy dollars
from each inhabitant of the-United mates
to extinguish the national debt.
The California Legislature ltas passed, a
bill that "religion shall neither 'be tam ght
nor practiced in the public schools.".'
As a grand finale to his Jubilee, Gilmore
has now in preparation a first-class boiler
explosion. No charge for reserved seats.
An Indiana man has caused the arrest of
his grandmother, 1 who attacked.' him iu-it
most cowardly and outrageous manner.
Lazy California bar-tenders place the'An
gredients of a cobbler in a tumbler, and
then wait for an earthquake to mix thorn
A contemporary suggests tha the tailors
should get up "Simon Tappert t" suits for
the men, to match the "Dolly ardeus" of
Professor Du Chaillu brough home with
hi from Norway a Scandm vial' sleigh,
wh ch he has presented to the-New York
A Hartford three-year old consoled his
mother watching by the death-bed of his
little sister, by remarking. "Mamma l don't
cry ! If Nellie wants to die, let her the."
The following curious advertisement ap
peared in a New York paper, of yesterday:
"Fifty dollars will be paid to any person
who will in a short time convert ashy, low
speaking man into a loud talker."
The Chicigo Evening Post says : "Mrs.
Tilton a qui t, clear-eyed lady, who , swings
round the ldcture - circle with her hitsband,
speak: veri , kindly /of Mrs. Woodhull,
thinks is honest and well-meaning,
though 'a li tle crazy sometimes.'"
Two guileless lowa maidens induced two
Itiwa youths to_gq throUfai
iiage ereitiony with them,± , "lust for fini.!4
4 - 1, . (lone, the guileless females produced
ptevioukly prepared licenses, and the Jocose
ihdividnals are now at libaty to repent at
Where else than in Cork could such a de
lit ions legal hull us this he created I' WO:
copy from the Tileyraplt, of that city : "Tim
Pield was fined. .I.s. 6d. for attempting to
tlrown himself, the magistrate believing
filar he had no intention of, committing,
Suggestions to those who will walk on
rairroads : First, always walk on the left
hand track, so that an approaching train
will come towards ydu. Second, when 4
train approaches from either direction, atop
wholly outside both . tracks. Third, never
walk upon a railroad.
A. California court has granted a divorce
to a husband on the ground that he was in
sane when he married. It is said that the
judge has the immediate prospect of an IM
'muse business, and the Pacific Railway
Company is making provisions for an ex
traordinary travel. westward during the
A life convict in the Indiana State prison
committed suicide in hie cell the other day.
lle »mde , a slip-noose of his suspenders,
placed them around his neck, sat down and
tied his luthds across his knees, fastened the
suspenders to his , band with a piece of pane,
leaned hack and choko4 himself to death.
The London Daily News hears that the
wholesale execution, without trial, of the
Kookas, who lately revolted under a fanati
cal impulse, and upward , of sixty
were blown away from guns, has been con
demned by the Indian authorities. Papers
on this painful subject Jwill shortly be laid
The Poet Heine said of De litusset : "That
young man has a great future behind
Musset did not grow after a certain pe
riod ' • his fine faculties became stationery,
and, for months, torpid; dissipation slowly
burnt into his brain, and burnt it out ; and
lie was a- very old men indeed when ho died
nt the age of forty-seven. _
Dr. Oscar Liebrich the,lnve I for of by
drate of chloral, has introduced' a new or ,
genic compound called croton- .111 oral, by
which the head may be render° insensible
while the other parts of the body remain un
tainted. It therefore promises o produce
all the good effects of hydrate of chloral
without any drawbapks being attached to
die old man's grave
?i ar k .:;;;01.0.
"iha , o4a4
BLS SP ISO CO AC Ili ali idadelit u.iirtOrcivt
nikulihsara rub through Ark eAttatrui b•frrera &Oaks
Niagara Willi, 8 rimpAtiaton ItijiPaq'qle4-lareifclipVer
nail an,l New York. •
, Oorniti ft A t" ,
9 30 a u
9 45 •••
4 30 DIA
6.63 •• •
eau • ~
T. 06 •" •
11 40 * 4
Additional Lodil-rains Westwird.
6.00 a.m., except Su udnys, from °Witt,
5.00 a. re., daily, Frolll . l3uNqueiotoi.
6.60 a. to daily, from Suego.lieoft.
1.00 p.rts.except 3 u oda3 N, from iiuiquetimna
1.15 p to except Su s i:id/4s, from Itbilra. fitopplog it
Ilig Flute 3SI, Our ul Dr OQ, r ion t ua Poet 200 and
tlience,via Avon, to buffalo, nr risible at 0 St. p
2 30 p nt except Sundays, from Biagliaintou
946 p m
125 'p m
246 * 6
7 S 6
10 15 "
2 52 a in
CluePat' L've I
soap. Wee '
Niagara F. L
Great Bend "
Port Jervis "
Jersey City "
Now :York r
if 00 "
't, Additional Local Trains tast*ard. -
6.00 a In , enodaya a copied from tiornelevllle.
0,55 a m„ datty.irom 'llor oellevt Ile, .
7.00 ain ..oxeePt 0 u mtaye, frOrd. Owes o. ' ' ' '
- 7.60 a ua., macula. Euud a) a, from Elmira.
1.58 p. m„ except Sundays, from Palated Peet,
2.10 p. rn.,oseept !Sundays, from ilornolleville.
*Daily. : . , .
}Mot:Nye eaCeited; between:" ilortyalaillo aid
L. D. RUCKER, . • WY. It. , BARIL,z -
Gen'idop't, , . , 414 l Pase.4.o.
Direct Route North's►nd South,.
On and after Sunday, Nov 1 tit, . 1891, Trolls will
depart from Troy, Pa., as follows : • ,
slag 6,62&.1&. Buffalo tiaprasa, P.td.
W , meport A ccom. TAO . . Niagara Nipreaa 1.06 P. if
TRAINB LELYR NtißT#l94,o).
Nail, 9.80 P. M. 'hairs Ilicm.,lo . 06 , A. 2d.
Niagara Fix prase 4,45 P. M. Buffalo Bxpreati 4,/tT AM.
A. B. FIBRE,
t .A. ILBDWIIIL1),
I - 4s) , t Gen'l Pup't
WelLahore & Lawrenceville IL IL
Time Table No. B.
Taints /IMO THVILMIT, N of. /et ¶11,1141.
ItoRTII. M.MUS. GOING 10012.
680 par 11 10 am. burning 909 a in 7 60p m
426 pm 10 06 am Lawrenceville 10 17 all 860 pm
4 14pm 966 am Dunning 102 Tam 859 pm
4os pm 951 am 4 Latbrop 4032 aO2 995 pto
64 pal 040 am *bear Creek =1046 a m 910 p in
340 pm 988 am Tloga Village 10 65 am 920 pm
331 pm 918 am *Hammond .11 12a m 986 p m
319 pm 907 am •11111. Creek 1125 111 66 945 p
813 pm 9 oonm Lioillday 11 31 am ti &Opt°
IL$l am •1159 p m
1 49a in 10 05 pm
'2OB pm 10 to pm
12'09 ani 10 22 to
Depot, Foot of lino Street,'
Mail dep. Williamsport,
,Accommodation dep. Williamspoi
arrive at Williamsport
AcCommodation arrive at Wilily'
An additional train leaves Del
W'rnsport, at 7.40 a. m.—for Mill
York, Boston and intermediate
direct connection is made at William
for the West, k
No chango of cars beiwoou 1 1 111
For restoring to Gray Nair ita
color, with the
gloss and freshness of youth. Thin
'Leiria thickened, falling hair checked,
and baldness often, though not always,
cured by its use. Nothing can restore
the hair where the follicles are do
. stroyed, or the glands atrophied and
decayed; but such din
saved by this application, and stimu
lated into activity, •so that; 4 : new
growth of hair is produced. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
MOlit, it w ill K941-frt de.au L aud vigotips.
Its occasional use will prevent thetair
froui turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. , The
restoration of, vitality it gives to the
scalp arrests and prevents
. the forma
tion of (landoir. which fa'often)so un
cleanly and Offen ;Ivo. Free from_ those
deleterious substances which make
sonic prep:traticw ! Liu g,•rikis and inju
rious toile' hair, the Vigor can only
benefit but daft harm it.' If 'wanted
merely for a ItAilt DitESSIN4,
nothing else can be : found,eo desirable.
Containing neither oil nor Aye, it does
not soil white cambric, . and yet lest&
long on the hair, giving it rich, glossy
Lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. 1. C. Ayer & CQ,,
Practical and Analytical Memieta.
Jan, 1. 1872.
/IWO Brat class Billiard Tables nearly new,
1. style) Havnagh & Decker's make. Will be sold
very low as X have no further ' rum for them. Vitas'
given on approved notes. _ Q. B. WHITED.
April 2,4 th, PIT; • • Brook, Pa.
Testanientary on the estate of tt,
1111 Everett, late of Illosaborir, Zoe' oonaW, At., de
otasod, having beetrittlatted to the nttentgned, all
pavans having claims igilzart WEI 'estate •and Moe
Indebted to tt VII settle with •
JOHN VAN oiF:gs t a,
Bloubtarg, Apvti 11,1157241 w * -
-4 • vo.
Na; 64,1 No 74-1041•3!!
11.00 •)1 b.au m 700 it
11 lb •• 6.46 i2O
P al 2 3 V1
bC37 " 2 l:
o'l6 '• 2.62 '• 826 , r"-
10.10 " 315 " tit
11,00 " 1.27 " r 4 18 ••
11.00' "' 6.06 " -
1186 Ale 6.42 0 + 001. s. •
12 38 " "
10.110 , • 10.20 ••
205 •• 705 Bill T2O htt
0.25 " 11 20 A m 11. iU A AP
...12 /0- e m 12.10 1.34
4 , 10 '-113.16
7.16 " ••. 1270 "
7.20 " 12 64 I.' - 12.51
0.66 P u a. 44... i 1155
...,....... 00 A N :04
/ 410 . 4 / 110 48-, No 2
.!11 40a z
••• • ..... 4000 p
. , . • 1000 pat/ ..
... 40p en TOM - " t 4 40 it In
-45 -" / 70 446
656 " 101* " 1 462 "
646 "-• 11 "' 700 "
1045. " 9 30' s m 1005 .•*
616''" T./6 4.
12 20a nu 456' " II 30 ."
12 68 " 685 " ,12 . 08 pm
10 71 / 'a ." '
64 156.'"6'1112417 15 pm
806 737 0 l• 1 551,371
386 " 7 i 21Tpm
400 " ZS. , " 24T pm ,
760 " 112.0 p4O //3 p,ll/
845 -" 1 112 . 48“ 4 ,
1210 pm 83 6 P
1100 am 247 -" • 840 pm
205 p tn 515 11 ... . - .
1135 am 325 ", 1 916 pm
1800 m 340 "1 225 pin
• aciikaaavra •
0"00 am-110 pm
018 an '8.06 poi
083 am'. 818 pm
0'46 am- 880 pm
'BO 919 . 880 pm
1010,auk 8 118 pm
1927 am 8 69pm
1097 am 908 pm
10 - 41'am 012 pin
10 66 am 926 pm
11 02 am 988 pm
11 12 am 949 pm
11 24 ani 9 bbpm
11 440 m 10 16 pm
12 06 AM 10 36pm
12 26 au
12 46 am
lupt Tiogik 11. B.
which is at
healthy, aa d
ju t ir : It soon
or gray - hair
to its original
.. , -,....-,-....r-fte.*.. .'''''''''' ,0 ,.....,.............,. ........._......
„.., ......_ . ..........„.„ 1 „..t,.. ....
ew 1 1 , i :I; 1 ~.
i f . ---10 -- riffnifiv--
q ~ ,
.1,.. . ..._. -
.4 . .
-mot ?:, ~
~i _ ~ v ~
e, ear ve:4 wrciw.74,-
finite.* to the SPRING TIVADIV' idditionaitatta almoa‘ daily„ to which we ittiettethe ati
hi NS ant of DRY ODOM of any kind or Variety. :We make
a 3 cux.rtrainsis
and in built titlier.ol these iiryinnuelitib We aro list cuumalriA in this section. Our Clutha mil
• "rude? ',desired by tho moist ,
Wo take wit, to Llik/rillililil2. 'One' itt the instituttona of thp town, and as
abont ita of all prices &tun 'coots to ,60. 'are eau suit almost any oustotneirin quali
and nous need pass our village to and a Almost the entire stook was purchased before
and ws,aball gall as near to old prices as le. Nona need watt to buy cheaper , outhol ,
yawing to market.
The citizens of Tioga County are cordially invited to call and see
1 0' ..3r " T " lt4 **
, e - 7 Da
. 1 s 6 .
.411 other Goods will be sold at
WaHobos°, Jan. 276)872.
VW. J. Horton eS Brothel
Spring Q-. 00
The Large it
0 10 ITA
Fas. zge or
GLASS, ALL EGVAinit
Transfer Ornaments, Strip
A tuU line of 6U climes of Good Appertaining to 0111. button
tan; 1, 11372,
Wlt uow hays aMI and ,1 1 11 7 OfAilVe ta giis
Staplu and Fancy Dry Goods,,
'SAIL 4ED WORICXE.V.
it;D:filyl3l:4 Mat 11:11:11no y 1
~ ~t.i~ 1
. ' ‘ S
Stock of Winter Goods
TO lii.EN BOOR FOR A 4
ARE BO BUSY GIaIING IN
and waiting on customer%
that thy haven't time to writs a new
AT NO. 1, BOWEN & CONE'S BLO
Prat4tep for „Carriage
L.. .] 2 ~ r
.T ,i~, ,
41 ' ,
`~ ~ _
<.,~~ ~ t.
Hon of all
be made to
i t coatis/WV
B; ` `
rn Pa, I
i : ' elle
.41FEWElaft V - STORE t
- 4 t ~t ; I
LSBORO O - A-.
bi-- ANDREW, Foupt.
' Att ' e, Jewcirp business ,
y . f r ist/sp . iiro. Lia/ alwafs for sels,„
\ . k) valtitlo3olAttit4t,Nt4,ptici.4l 9f, •,_
sold or silser, (10111 • 'Mahal, • '
F. 1 4 0. 1111 0,41 1 iti; reik'e,nB:` CaSes; GOld and '
Steel Pena, 'Thimbles; Spoond." •Itazorit, •••
• Phited - ' •
kc. , •
With moat all other articles usually kept in a n ch ea.
tabliabraents. which Aro sold low 105 ,
• • - ;, -•
•• A 8
Itepalrlng douo neatly, and promptly, and On short
NOTION. , , FOLLY.
Jan. I, 1872,1 y.
RAVING returned &Inn a visit Seat, lam now pro
pared. With anew fib:v.4 of goods and instruments,
er superior inducements to those in want of any
thing in ray lthe. Artificial teeth inserted- on a now
and supedar base, at low rates. Teeth extracted with
iot pain.. Preservation of the natural teeth aapeoiality.
Wert warranted. Terms reasonable.
A. B. EitBTIdAN, Dentist,
;m.l. lOfl.tf Wellaboro, Pa.
THE INGREDIENTS THAT
COMPOSE ROBADALIS are
PelAtshoil on every package, there
%re tt La not a secret preparation,
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT
it is a certain care for Scrofula,
SyphillS In all its forms, Rheuma
tism, Skin Diseases, Liver Com
, plaint and all diseases of the
-ONE BOTTLE OP ROSADALIS
will do mom good tlian tan bottles
of the Syrups of Sarsaparilla.
THE UNDENSIGNED I PHYSICIANS
have used Rosadalia in their praotko
fbr• the past three years and freely
midi:trio it as a relyible Alteratiye
and Blood Purifier.
iR. T. V. puolf. of 11.,,aulroofe.
R. T. BOYr , .
s. a. iv i. Ot a, , ~
A. F. 0. LiA , ELLY,_"
H. J. S. SPAR S, of liieholasville l
DR. J. L.
S. AIcCARTfiX, ColumbiaColumbia: C.
DR. A. B: NOBLES, Edgecomb, N. C.
USED AND ENDORSED BY
J. B. FBENCI-f & SONS, Fall River,
F. W. SikTITH, Jackson, bitch.
. F. WHEELER, Lima, Ohio.
6 . 4.i. i L se kin g ?, ohm.
sata , L:r.o. Afeh l lWN na , v it i tt!fx 7l. e i c i tio:
bpro, Tenn. 4
Our space will mai allow of any gar..
tended remarks in relation to the
virtuesof Rosadolts, Totho Medical
Profession we guarantee a Fluid E.
trnotsuperlor to any they have ever
Wed sit the troattnent of disease d
mood; and to the afflicted we say try
Rosadalis, and 'you I will be restored .
to health. , '
ficendslis is sold by all Druggisisi
pr ke ei.so por bottle. Address
OLEICONTB 2 CO.
bay 19, 18
Change Of Base.
• Stook of Goods
AT RIDDLPBURY CENTER, PA
BOUGHT for cash, sad to be sold for each; at cad'
prices. Credit system played out.
es you go," is a trite old maxim, and, when
lived up to, the true doctrine for both seller and buyer
I Intend to sell goods at small profits, for cash, and
respectfully solicit a trial from old patrons, and from
all other• who wish to buy groceries and' staple goods
at close ilinires. A. W. POWER.
January 8, 1812. tf
MERCHANT TAILORING !'
rAZORGE WAGNER, bas just received a superb ea-
IJIF -sort:meat of all kinds of i
, . for gentlemen's
IOARSE & FINE CLOTHING
tad is proporia to tosintifaeture la tea VEST smi,
'arid on the shortest obtiee. Persona 'sooting Clothing
110111 pleas. Atop In and Geo my stook. flood Frrs and
`the beat ofittOrk guaranteed. • .
Jan. 1. 1812-Iy. OEO. weoNER.
For Bat,: 07' .gent,
GOOD dairY farm in Tioga township, 'neat' Co..
Pa.i,abctut' 2 1.2 O milt o west of Sae Borough at
o k as, about 100 acres imp ved, and 96 nniraproved.:—
Has on It three barna, three dwelling houses, an apple
and peach orchard, and oter fruit trees. Terms easy.
Also ad j oining on the wes t, s farm slid timber lands
from 40 to 200 sores as desired, with 80 sores improved.
with a good barn. 4good house anal singe ovehurd. l- -
Good for a dairying farm. 0.11. SEYMOUR,
Jan. 1, MM. 'flogs, Pa
Ifoa'se and Lot, for Sale.
rundersigned offers for sale his House and La
c. 2 ~ Main street, to Fairland, Pa., at a very low price.
d lot contairra one-half acre and is under good cul
tivation. For tei-saa, &0., al* to the subscriber.
//Adana, Pa., Feb. 21, 187 . 0. P. BABOOOL
Kra C. SIETE
i s now receiving now and elegant designs in
anAl invites the publio to call and examine good:
114 0 1e.s
B.—No tronbleto ehew geode..
Feb. 28, 1812.-
General luau ranee • Agency;
Thaws, Tiers 00 1, PAr
J. H. & J. D. Campbell,
BB prepared to Issue Poliotea in first elassCom-
A . b . pantos on all kinds of Insurable Property against
Tre and Lightning at reasonable rates. Wo travel. and
axarnino all risks personally In the oonntlea of oila
and Potter. J. OaliplatU V.
Maori, Yoh, T. S. D. OKIII?
Toga. Marble Works, /
HE undersigned is now Siren/rod to oxsouto l en or.
dors pr Tomb Stowe sod tioniuneuts of either
Itc.lian or I
of the Litoot style and appiovell weritioanshi p and with
on ilp i d bob kinds of
.;d wlti (tilll, to suit all who may biter hini MIN I
orders, on es reasonable terms as can be Obtain
the 0 0 1 13%
Mrs. 0, P. MI
1-Amibsg,,roundry ,IVlachine Slop.
3E ) *W3L:Let cre
Manufacturers of StatiOnary and Portablo Engines and Pollen. (leering. Shafting and Machinery' required
for Saw Grist Mills and Tanneries, Cram and Orates, for burning Tan Screws for moving nnleached ;
and loaabed bark_Ciastings, Bolts. itallroad Frogs, Chairs, and Itepairirg done at stunt notico..Wo have fad
Oqttlea .for shipping tor canal or itailroads to all points; and can furnish Machinorr cheaper than Eastern or'
Western bulldpre'of the best quality.
Jan. I, 3.973-17-
C. Mathers's Cheap Cash S t ore.
All hail ! creation far and near ;
Of Mathers's Store you soon shall hear ;
Let pealing Drums and Cannons' roar
Proclaim the news from shore to shore:
Mathers's stock is now complete ;
He has good goods, and sells them cheap
•He trusts WI one, but sells for cash,
Andisell so cheap some think him rash.
Some said ho would break - in a short time,
But if he does then this dnn't rhyme;
For he sells heaps and sellh them right,
And has his cash for all at night.
Of Boots and Shoes so very cheap,
I'll take a moments time to speak;
Delighted too; you can't but be,
With prices and the quality.
I He does his business or the square;
That, is, he does it right and fair. 1 . •c.
ire says at once just what he'll do, I
• And what he says is right and true. '
• i •
I cannot stop to enumerate—'
I . i I have bargains both good and great. . ) .
My stock is plentiful, cheap and fine, -
l'• Especially in the Dry Goods line.
Ilatherini Diet & Shoe. Hat &Cap, Dry Goods & Grocery Store is the cheapest place in Tina county to Liiy
goods. Giv e, it a tjfislreturned
laand youwlllbe x convineel
of his immense trade, sell at less profit than before, ant
WeUsbcrro, Aprillo, 1872. \
.111Usk: / JP usie
WEIS H. W. TODD hoa resnoveil her lanai° Store to
tdru3 late roaldonco of Lauer &who, oppnsito Van
Horn's Hotel. Steinway and other
for sale very cheap. Also, MASON & ELLMLIN
OLD INSTRUMIZTO 'I'AIIEN IN vVIHANOE
A large alga of NEW HOMO just receive&
LEMONS given on the Piano, Organ, and in Sing
ing. An opportunity for practice afforded to those
who may claire it. 11. W. TODD.
Jan. 1. lB7]-tf.
Every year increases the popularity
l of this valuable Hair Preparation;
' which is due to merit alone. We can
assure our old patrons that it is kept
fully up to its high standard; and it
is the only reliable and perfected prep
' aration for restoring GRAY OR FADED
HAIR to its youthful color, making it
soft, lustrous, and silken. The scalp,
by its use, becomes white and clean.
It removes all eruptions and dandruff,
! and, by its tonic properties,' prevents
the hair from fklling out, as it stimu
lates and nourishes the hair-glands.
By its use, the'hair grows thicker and
stronger. In baldness, it restores the
capillary glands to their normal vigor,
and will create a new growth, except
in extreme old age. It is the most
economical HAIR DRESSING ever used,
as it requires fewer applications, and
gives the hair' a splendid i _.glossy ap
pearance. A. Hayes, M.D., State
Assayer of Massaehusetts, , says, "The
constituents arc pure, 'raid carefully
selected for excellent 4cilality; and I
consider it the BEST rREPARATION
for its intended purposes.!
&id by all DrtvgistS; and Dealers in Medicines.
Prim Ono Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our Renewer in many oft es re
quires too long a time, and to much
care, to restore gray or faded hick=
ere, we have prepared this dye, ini one
preparation; which will quickly and
effectually accomplish this result. It
is easily applied, and produces . a color
which will neither rub nor wash off.
Bold by all Druggists. Prio Fifty
Manufactured by R. P. HALL CO,
NABRUA, N.S. •1. •
Jam 1, 1872.
The Truth, & Nothing ut the
best Patent in use la Just out for saving Inettey,
I_ It le DEMEREST ac CO'S
Spool Thread Rack . and
Bobbin If index °
holding Ton Spools of Throad and-Threading the Bob
bin, all of whioli oau be attached under the Sowing
Machine. There wore but four brought to Weliaboro
far Segipleil. Which was bought immediately by
ANDREW 'FOLEY, Jeweler.
M. BULLARD, Assessor. -
JAMES STALL, Cond'r W, & L.
CHAJ3, CHAPMAN, Engineer, "
Those wishing the abovo patent *ill And them at
Andrew Foley's. The county will bo thoroughly can
vaesod by E. J. JONES, ,
General Agent, Bloasburg, Ts.
April 10, 1872-4 w.
MARNE IS S SHOP :
ci W. If KVidt„ wou'd say to his Words that
k..T. Harness Shop is constantly stocked: With
Heavy and Light 'Harnesses,
made in a anbatanUal manner, and offered at prtOeli
that eannot atil to sulk
The eat workmen employed, and none but the best
iO.n abort noti , and in the best nun ,
ku. . are, iiv. Soul.
CORNING, slap= COUNTY, N. I
If you want Dress Good of all kindji
call at BALDWIN'S Shanty
If you Want Bl'k Alpaca, call tbr tbp Q Vutaltesa.
at D 'S Shanty,
IP you want an Ottoman Shawl,
call atBALDWIN'S Shanty
If you want Ladies Sz Clouts' wider wikak,
call at DA.WWIN'S BlianLY
If you want notionfi j and trinunlngw,
can at BALDWIFS Shaul
If you want Furs,
If you want knit Goods,
It you ward Hats and Caps,
If you want Boots and !Mom
If you want a set of Dialam
If you want good Teas and Owoertaa
call at DA 19D1'13 Shauty
If you Wald a ready made BUR of alothef,
call at BALDWIN'S Shanty
If you want a suit of Clothes few, o your tusksupe.
at BALDWIMS Shanty
If Youlwant Over Coats,
If yon want 111.fralo Robes,
If yoti want prices that cant ha beat, '
call at BALDWIN'S Shanty
We aro anxious to 801 l these gootls boforo wo leave the
81innty. T. L. BALDWIN & CO.
Nov. 1, 1871.
rr you want a Lirat-class
Piano . or Organ,
call on IL F: 'DOWD at Dr. A. B. Footman's Mee.—
He has the
i'stey Orian, Webber et
lirain,es Bros, Pianos,
Sheet lausio, Instruction Books, Piano and Organ
Spreads, and anything in the line of firet-clasa musical
Goode. aL. F. Stratton & Co's Band Instruments.
Also tlie Bionnatio Rowing Machine. Call.in kuul sea.
me. 13. F. DOWD.
WOW:4N .tpril se, um-tt I .
• 'Y ~~ 1 f
stock of Spring Goods, which he will, on ac,ouni
' , he has bought much cheaper than ever.
' C. C. MiTilEi 5,
If you watA a uloo aasorttuent of
FALL AND . WINTER GOODS,
p ALL AT
call at BALDWIN'S Shanty
call at BAI,DININ'S Shanty
call at B.U.DWIN'S Shanty.
call at 131LDWIN'S Shwa?
call at DA.LDWtN'S Shanty
colt at BALDWIN'S Shanty
call at BALDWIN'S shanty
That's whats the Matter. ?