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CUKGULIO ON THE PLUM.
At recent meeting oi the St. Louis Iloiticulturnl
Society, the sin jeet of the attacks nn>l remedy f•-
the ravages of the curculio on the plum wnst>ken
Bp and discussed.
Mr. Mudd took the position Ihat any other remedy
than the total destruction of the insects themselves
•r a prevention of their reproduction, must be par
tial and of questionable policy ; because we mignt
succeed in driving away the insect from our plums
•oly to have our other fruits, applet or.d peaches
especially, attacked an 1 destroys 1 Thit, in fact,
the de truction of applet an I peaches by this insect
It alarmingly on the increase, anl that unless these
depredations were checked they would eve long, be
m fatal to them as tlicy now arc to the plum A?
means for dustroying these insects and preventing
their reproduction, ho recommended the destruction
at every kind of wormy fruit as fast as it fell trorn
the trees, either by gathering it up or turning in the
hogs ; having the earth firm and hard under the
Ces so a* to prevent larva:, when leaving the fruit,
m penetrating the ground, or, if in the ground,
from emerging thence
Iff- Colman, though mainly agreeing with Mr.
Madd, believed that a plum orchard could re pro
fited by a high paling fence, say ten or twelve feet
ftf£h, aa the insect never flies high, an I to preven
the increase of those which might accidentally get
in, either to jar them down and destroy them, or
tarn hogs in to gather the fallen fruit. He took is
sa# with Mr. Mudd as to the local origin of the in
fßct, and,believed it was migratory in its habits. As
io the valoaof the various specifics which* had from
time to time been proposed to prevent depredations,
he had too many well authenticated facts to deny
their partial efllcary. However little we might know
ef it* disposition and habits, there could bo no donb t
that it possesed a keen sense of smell, and hen ce
eaytbing offensire to this sense was more or less ef
fective in preventing its depredatiens,
Mr. Mason stated that tho offersivenes3 of the
■sell of the gas lime from the grs works, strewed on
the ground under tho trees, would prevent it from
Mr Colters stated that two years ago hs had tried
the wash of whale oil soap, tobacco, an l lime, which
he saw recommended, and ha had a fair crop. Last
year he did not apply anything and he had no fruit.
Mr. Tic* stated that he tried the s:iae wash with
similar results, and the year before be had experi
mented wirh crude oil, saturating pieces of oil-cloth
with it, and hanging it in the tree or laying it in the
fork of the tree, and had succeeded equally well in
protecting the fruit. His opinion was that whatever
had an offensive 0 dor was more or le.-s effective in
driving sway the insect, and consequtntly prevented
Mr. Quinette handed from the library a volume of
transactions of the American Institute, and request
ed the secretary to read certain portions if a discus
sion before the said institute relating to the ct rculio
and how to prevent its ravages, from which it appear
ed that such partial remedies as those menti ned
above, bad also been tried, together with jarrirg
dawn the insects and destroying them, and all with,
more or less success. Also that the black knot, so
destructive to the plum and Morello cherry tree in
she Eastern States, was produced by tho curculio de -
positing its eggs in the young vcod.
Mr. Ties stated that he had examined knots on
She eanes of the blackberry, similar in all respects
to the black knot on the plum an 1 cherry trees in the
last, and found them filled with larvae, from whose
esse and shape he had inferred them to bo those of
tk* cureulio, and bad them cut out and bu r nt; and
this before be was aware that the black knot in the
plum was attributed to this cause.
Mr. Mudd gave it as his opinion that the- black
kaet, ao destructive to the pin oik (Q'icrcus palusj
tris) of our forests, was owinfj to the some cause.
la the general, discussion rs to the habits of tho
lasect, it was admitted that in its imigration it flies,
though the general opinion was that it only migrated
la search cf food end of substance adapted for propa
gating its species ; that, when both are found in the
eoalsty where it is produced, it migrated but little
if ewy j that it is clumsy flyer, and therefore but
•aldam if ever lights on the tree, but on the ground,
aad ascends the trunk ; hence cotton tied around the
•ruak has prevented their ascent, an d hence also the
efficacy of substances of offensive odor applied on the
ground, to the trunk, cr to the tree, in preventing its
NAILS IN FRUIT TREES.
ASingular fact and one worthy to be recorded,
wee mentioned to us a few diys since by Mr. Alexan
der Duke of Albemarle. lie stated that while on a
tisit to a neighbor, his attention was called to a
Urge peach orchard, every tree of which was totally
destroyed by the ravages of tee worm, with the ex
ception of three, end tbeso were the most thrifty and
fourishing peach trees ne ever saw The only cnu-e
of their superiority known to the host, was an experi
ment in consequence of oaservir g that those parts of
worm-eaten timber into which nails had be n driven
were generally sound.
When his trees were about a year eld, he drove a
tenpenny nail through the body as near the ground
S possible j while the balance of his orchard had
gradually failed, and fina ly yielded entirely to the
ravages of the worms, these three trees, sele- tea at
random, treated precisely in the same manner, with
the exception of the nailing, had always been healthy
furnishing him at the very per od with the greatest
profusion of the most luscious fruit It is supposed
that theaalt of iron afforded by the nails is offvns ; ve
to the worm, w rile it is harmless perhaps beneficial
to the tree
A chemical writer on the subject says: "The
exydation or mating of the iron py the sap, evolves
ammonia, which, as the sap arises, will of course im
pregnate every particle of the foli ge, and prove too
severe a dose for the delicate palate cf intruding in
sects." The writer recommends, driving half a doxeii
nails into the trunk. Several of the experiments of
the kind have resulted successfully.
MAXIMS OX OXIOM CCLTCUB —Moisture at the
base of the bulb for any length of time is most inju
rious * the onion : on the other h.ind, a day heat at
the surface is very beneficial, as it is the sun heat
alone which renders the Spanish onions so su[>erior
to the English in flavor and beauty of the bulbs
The hotter the season or the climate, the sweeter
U the flavor of onions; and the colder season of
the climate, the more pungent
The bo* should never bo used among onions. It
dtes mischief, and if an onion is once loosened in the
toll it never makes much growth afterwards. So, too,
the bulbs should never be earthed up ; they should
stead wbel'y'afcove grousd, and have good depth of
inU to rect is.
Sea-sand, salt aad soot are good 'op dressings for
ea caion bed—to be pa; on at least a week before sow
fag. Boot aad guano, three parts of the first to one of
the second is a good top dressing for the seed bed
when the seed is sown lite; as it gives the young
plant a good start to make up f-.r lost time, Salmi
cnions to Le sown every three weeks, from the end J
March tc the rid cf August
Pise anil pljerfoise.
Why fs the nose in the middle of the face ? Be
cause it is the ecent-er (centre.) .
Why is a short negro like a white man? Becau?
ho is not a tall black (not at all black.
What is that which goes with a carriage, and come
with a carriage is no use to the carriage itself, an
yet the carriage cannot move without it ? .Noise,
A On \ l eforc two ducks, a duck behind two ducki-.
and adu k between two ducks How many duck
were there in all ? Three.
I went into a wood and got it; when I got it !
looked at it; the inoie I looked at it, the less I like!
it ; and I carried it home in my hand because I could
not find it. A thorn.
What is that which goes from London to Dover
without moving? The road.
What word is that of five letters from which yon
take away two letters, you leave but one ? Stone
What is there in a pitcher whan it is empty ?
What word is that which to name it will break it ?
Several years ago, and soon after the " anti license
law - ' came into force in the Green Mountain State,
a traveler stopped at the hotel, and asked for a glast
of good brandy.
" Don't keep it." said the landlord; "forbidden
by the law to sell liquoi of any kind."
"The deuce you are," retorted the stranger, in
'• Such is the fact," replied the host, " tho house
don't keep it."
"Then bring your own bottle," sai 1 the stranger,
with decision ; "you needn't pretend to tell mo that
you keep that face ofyoues in repair on water."
The landlord laughed heartily, and brought his
private bi/ttle. '
• SENATORIAL ELOQUENCE.— Jim Lane of Kansas
delivered a speech at a " Union League" meeting in
Washington recently. We make the following " ele
gant extract" from his remarks,
" I would like t live long enough to see every
white man in -with Carolina in hell, and the negro
occupying his territory."
II the white men of South Carolina go to the warm
• oai.t y i e iiamcß, Lanewilibe su • so see them there
as he wishes.
Cries Svlvia to a reverend dean—
" What rca-on can be given,
Since marriage is a holy thing,
That there is none in llearen ?"
" There are no women," he replied.
She quick returns the jest—
" Women there are, but I'm afrni 1
They cannot fin L a priest,"—SAXl.
THE church bells were ringing, tho Jevil sat singing
In the trunk of an ol 1 rotton tree :
"Oh faith, is grows cold, anl the creeds they grow
And the world isnigh ready or me "
Tie bc'ds went on ringing, an rrgelcame singing,
>u 1 smiled as he crumpled tho tree :
" Von wood does but perish new seedlings to nour
And the world is to live yet from thee."
£ Universal love is like a mitten, which fits all
hands alike but net closely; true affection is like a
glove which fits one hand only, vut sets closely to that
Time is an old noveiist who takes pleasure n
printing his tales on our countenances. He writes the
first chapter with a swan's down, and graves the last
with a steel pen.
A ?M ATT SCHOLAR —•' T' Ij, what did the Isrilitce
do when they cro-sed the Rod Sea? —" I don't know,
ma'cm, but I guess dried themoclves"
IT" A young lady in this borough is so vcfin d in
ber language, that she never uses the word " black,
guard " but substitutes " African Sentinel.
Prentice laughs at the heading" Astounding
Robbery," which frequently appears m onnection with
some fraud on the Government, A litle honesty would
be astounding, but fraud, he says, no longer astounds.
Ujk®* It is n,.w generally conceded that the fellow
who goes in for " the lost, man and tho last dollar,"
doesn't intend to go bim-self, and calculates to steal
sevenjy-five cents out of tho dollar.
"DJ you see any thing ridiculous in this wig
said a brother judge to Curran—'Nothing but the
head," he replied.
A country paper, in puffing a soap, say it
the " best ever used for cleaning a dirty iuan'3 face
e huve trie J, it and therefore we kuow."
Iff What description of fowl did Lord Elgin's
j carriage resemble when he entered pekin I—A coach
A MICHAELMAS Goose—A person invited an ac
j puaint mce to dinner on the twenty-ninth of Septem
| ber, saying he always had a yoose at dinner on
| A sentimental TO nngman thus feelingly ex
presses himself. "E.-en a Nature benevolently
guar Is the rose With thorns, so does she endow women
£ tf A mnrifoohtre of thread having accidentally cut
hi 3 nose, took one of his gutnmod spool l ibels to close
th pat. On roing home he won 'ered why every one
laughed at him. L>o king in the glass, he read on
the la! el that his nose was warranted three handled
and fifty yards long !
A Printer from out West, whose office is half
a mile from any other building, and who hangs his sign
Of the limb of a tree, advertises for an apprentice lie
says,, A boy from tho confry preferred "
h <f a Minnesota paper says that he can
g( ncrally manage, by hook or by crook, to get up
pretty good paper.— He does it principally by
:?A Cincinnati paper says whiskey is steady at
30 cents. We don't Ihmk it is evor steady.
CTThe man uho moved an amendment injured
his spine by the operation.
£ that are least becoming to a warrior's
brow—leaves of absrDce.
The child who erie.' an hour did#'t get
rllE OLD ESTABLISHMENT of the subscriber,
is stiil in running order, through all the reverses
n 1 panics of former days, since 1833, without being
-ound up, at which place yui can find a good assort
" DIES. DRUG & MEDICINES.
s can be touud in the county, warranted genuine and
"loots, Shoes, Harness and Leather,
good as the lust, and as cheapaa the cheapest, and
il the WORK WARRANTED
You can get all kinds of Job Printing done to nr
er, and blanks of every kind constantly on baud,
vbich, in style, are not surpassed by our large or
TO THE EADI ES.
rest from your toil, and buy a
The subscriber has also succeeded in obtaining one
if the best, and most reliable Sewing M icbin<s, for
the money, now in marlct, viz: Davis's $45 Shuttle,
and the S3O Franklin Machines, equal in capacity to
Wheeler A Wilson's $75, or Grov-r A Baker's $45
machine, and making the same stitch, which is oue
third saving in buying here than at any other agency
Every Business Man do your own Printing !
IT WILL PAY!
PORTABLE PRINTING PRESS.
(the cheapest in the United States,)
for sale. Price, from $5 to $25 for a press. Office
complete, from $lO to $75 with type and a!i necessa
ry material Call and see them, or sea l for a circu
lar of full particulars.
Particular attention is called to
SPRING a RHEUMATIC ELIXER,
and very effective Liniment, for all Rheumatic pains.
Headache, Dvptheria, Ac , fir sale in Mahnopany by
Dr. Becker A Co. and Henry Love ; >n Russell Hill
by T. Stcinpl s; at Fork-ton by Mr Oarey ; at*Me
-hoppen bv Henry Stansbury. A trial of the medi
cine, will in 11 cases, prove satisfactory. Try it, and
BRK K ! 50,000 Brick for sale.
Thanktu! for past favors, the subscriber is determ
ined, by strict attention to business, to merit stiil fur
ther | atrunage.
T D. SPRING.
Laceyville, Sept. 24, 1362 —v2n7.
BRIDGE ST., TUNKHANKOCX,
N EXT DOOR SOUTH OF C. M". ROOM'S.
11l J. 7. 18901,
PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGIST.
JUST RECEIVED at the Medical
H ill, the largest and best assortment of Drugs
and Mo licmes ever brought to this section of
These medicines have been selected by the sub
scriber hiir.saif, with great care, aril ben e he can
re nmniwi i and warrant them as being pure and un
llis stock comprises in part,, the following, to wit:
STUFFS, PA 1 NTS, UJ LS,
PERFUMERY, FANCY NO
TIONS, FINE WINES AND LI
QUORS, (FOR MEDICINAL PUR
POSES ON I.Y) COAL 01L, TURBENT IXE,
ALCOHOL, CAMPIIEXE, COAL OIL LAMPS,
STATIONERY, WRITING INK, PiIOTO
UR A PIIIC ALBUMS, TO B A CC0 2 SEG A RS,
PIPES, AND ALL THE PROMI
NENT PATENT MEDICINES
OF THE DAY, ALL OF
WIII CII CAN BE
BOUGHT ON THF.
FOR CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCB.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS accurately com
pounded at all hours of the d iv and night.
DR..J. W. IIIIOADS,
Physician anil Druggist.
Tunkhnnnork, May 11, lbC2. n4o—lv
HUNT BRQ'S & BLAIR
NOW OFFER FOR SALE
IRON, STE I, NATLSAND
SPIKES. MINE RAII . RAILROAD
SPIKES, ANVILS, BELLOWS, IIOIISE-SIIOE3,
ani tCnglis!) t)oist Hails,
CAR RENTERS' TOOT.S, (ALL WARRANTED,.
HUBS, SPOKES, FKLLOKs, SEAT SPIN
DLES. CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES,
PIPE BOXES, SPRING STEEL,
BOTTS, NUTS, WASHERS
PLASTER PARTS, CEMENT, HAIR, SHOVELS,
WIIITE LEAD, FRENCH WINDOW
GLASS, Ac , Ac., Ac.
ALSO SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS ON
HAND IN ASSORTMENT,
AND M \NUFAOTUR
ED 10 ORDER
LEATHEER AND FINDINGS,
e—nfr.n. ;.i„rrh 26. vln33—lv
Lime for farmers, as A fertilize
for sale at VERJfOY 'S.
lleskcppen, geyt 18. 18$?.
DEL. LACK. & WESTERN
OUAKTGB OF TIME
ON and after Monday, November 25th 1361, Trains
will run a follows :
EXPRESS P ASSENO ER TR A INS
Leave Great Heml at 7:20 A M
New Milford 7: 39 44
Montrose **8:00 "
lhipbottoin 8:23 "
Nioholsori 8:40 44
Factory ville 904 "
Aldßgfnn- 9:20 "
ECBAKTOX 10:00 "
Moscow 10:41 "
Gouldsbi .'o 11:07 "
Tobyhanna 11:20 "
Stroudsburg 12.32 P. M
Water Gap 12:46 •'
Columbia 1:00 "
Delaware 1:25 "
llojic (Philadelphia connection) • • 1:35 "
Oxford 1:53 "
Washington 2:10 "
Junction 2:32 "
Arrive at New York 5:30 "
Philadelphia 6:50 "
Leave New York from footcf Courtland
Street 8:00 A M.
Pier No. 2, North River, 7:00 44
Philadelphia, from Kensington Depot 7:10 •'
Leave Junction 11:15 "
Washington 11:33 "
Oxford 11:50 "
Hope (Philadelphia connection)•• 12:14 P. M.
Delaware 12:43 44
Columbia 1.00 4
Water Gap 1:16 44
Stroudsburg 1:30 44
Tobyhanna 2:42 44
Gouldsborc 2:53 44
Moscow 3.17 44
SCRANTON 4: tO "
Abington 4:40 44
Factoryville 4:56 41
Nicholson 5:16 44
Hopbottom 5:39 44
Montrose 6:00 44
New Milfncd 6.21 44
Arrive at Great Bend 6:40 44
These Trains connect at Great Bend with the
Night Express Trains ltoth East and West on the
New York and Erie, and at Seranton with Trains on
Lackawanna and Blootnsburg Railroad, for Pittston
Kingston and Wiikesbirre; and the Train moving
South connects at Junction ith Trains tor Bethle
hem, M.iuch Chunk, lteioiing and HarrUburg.
Passengers to and from New York change cars •<
Junction. To and From Philadelphia, via. B D. R
R., leave or take cars at Hope.
Foi Pittston, Kingston and Wiike- Fan*, tike L.
A B. II it cars at Seranton.
For Jcssup, Archbald and Carbondale, take Omni
bus at Seranton.
ACCOMODA TION TRAIN.
Leaves Seranton 9:50 14
Abington 10:35 44
Factoryville 1 1:00 44
Nicholson 1 1:30 44
Hoplitittom 12:05 P. M
Montrose 12:43 4<
New Milford 1:20 44
Arrives at Great Bend 1.43 41
Leaves Great Bend 2:10 P M
New Milford 2:35 41
Montrosero 3:05 -4
lloftbotto 3:45 44
Nicholson 4:15 44
Factoryville .":13 44
Abington 5-40 44
Arrives at Seranton 6:30 44
This Train leaves Seranton after the arrival of th<
Train from Kingston, and connects at Great Bend
with the Day Express Trains both East and West on
New York an 1 Erie.
JOHN BRISBIN, Sup't.
Superintendent's Office, >
Soranton, Nov. 25. 1861 >
FOR WHISKERS AND HAIR.
TTTE STIMULATING ONGICNT AND INVIG
3RATOR will restore hair w the l>a!d bead, give
lew life :tn 1 resforo to original color gray h iir
■nii'O ru 1 hair to grow tl.irk. Is warranted to bring
>ut a thick set of
WHISKERS OR A MUSTACHE !
in from three to sis weeks. This articlo is the onln
one of the kind used by the French, and in London
and Paris it is in universal use.
It is a beautiful economical, soothing, yet stimula
ting compound, acting as if by tuagic upon the roots,
causing a beautilul growth of luxuriant hair. If ap
plied to the scalp it will cure BALUVI SS, and cause to
spring up in place of 'lie bald s|>ots a fme growth <>t
new hair Applied according to directions, if will
turu UKD or light hair DARK, and restore gray hai>
to its original color, leaving it soft, smooth, and flex
ible. The " ONGUENT "is an indispensable artiel.
in every gentleman's toilet, and after one week's use
thev would not for any consideration be without it.
The subscribers are the only Agents for the article
in the United States, to whom all orders must be ad
Price ONE DOLLAR a box—for sale by all Druggists
and Dealers—or a box of the "onguent," warranled
to have the desired effect, will be sent to any, who pa
sire it,by mail, (direct) securely packed, on receipt
of price and postage, 51.13.
Api ly to or address HORACE WOOD
South 7th St., cor. Grand,.Wiiliamsburth.n
TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS OF 110 I'll
A REVEREND GENTLEMAN HAVING BEEN
resti red to health in a few days, after undergoing nil
the usual routine and irregular expensive modes of
treatment without success, consideis ii his sacred du
ty to communicate to his afflicted fellow creatures
the means of cure llence, on the receipt of an ad
dressed envelope, he will send (free) a copy of the
prescription used. Direct to Dr JOHN M. DAGVALL,
ICS Fulton Street, Brooklyn, New York. v2u24ly
iUANTED -A RESPECTABLE PERSON OF
YV EITHER SEX in every neighborhood to sell J
R. STAFFORD'S OLIVE TAR, and also J LL. STAFFORD'S
IRON AND SI LPIU R POWDERS. Olive tar is a thin,
transparent fluid ; it is the best remedy known for
diseases of the Throat, Lungs, or Catarrh. Also for
Diptheria. Croup, Whooping Cough, Ac. My Iron
and Su phur Powders strengthen the system, aid the
digestion, and purify the blood. I have a 16 page
pamphlet containing full explanations, and over 100
testanioiiinls from well known prominent p-rsons
which I will'send to any ow.J'ree by mai'.
J. R. STAFFORD, Chemist,
lull, lF. 412IIroadway, New York
FOR SA LE BYT. A. 111LLE It,
at the Post Office, Tuukhannock, Pa.
/usfjionauic Stjaaituj, guir catting,
AND SHAMPOOING SALOCN.
Shop Opposite 31ay
Ladies' haircut in the most ,'twhionable style, ei
ther tit his Saloon, or their residence, if desirable.
Mr. Berlinghof is recently from New York city,
where he was.employed in tho best establishments]
and consequently feels warranted in guaranteeing
satisfaction to all who may favor him with their eus
Canal Boat for Sale.
A cana! boat, the Union Clipper. Having purchase
ed another, I will now sell the above boat reasona
ble 5. VSRNOY.
ftertingriUe. April 1 1891.
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, j
BIXGH..MTOX, N. Y.
An Institution to Qualify Young Men for
I). W. LOWELL, Principal, Protessor of tho Soienee nt
Account?, Practical Accountant, Authorof Lowell's
Treatise upon Look-Keeping, Diagrams illustrat- j
iug the Kiuie, <fcc.
JNO RANKIN, Commercial Accountant, Professor ol i
Book-Keeping and Practical Mathematics.
A. J WARNKK, Professor of Practical and Ornament- j
al Penmanship, Commercial Calculations and Cor j
J. J. CURTIL, Assistant Teacher in Bookkeeping 1
Hon. DANIELS. DICKINSON, LL, D Lecturer on Cora- j
mercinl Law and Political Economy.
Hon. RANSOM BALCOM, Lecturer on Contracts, Pro*- j
isary Notes and Bills of Exchange.
Rev. Dr. E. ANDREWS, Lecturer on Coinrnerciai j
Students can enter at any time; no vacation j
Graduates are presented with an elegantly engraved |
Diploma. Usual time required to complete full com- j
mercial course, from Bto 12 weeks. Every student
is guaranteed to be com pete ut to take charge of the j
books of any business firm, and qualified to earn a
salary from S3OO to SISOO per annum. Assi-tan -c
rendered to graduates in obtaining si'uatious Board
$2 00 to $2 50 per week.
Eur particulars send for Circular, enclosing stamp, i
SINGER & CO'S.
With (ill the Recent Improvements,
Is the Rest and Cheapest and Most Beautiful rf al '
Sewing Mach'ne*. This .Wih'ne will sew anything, j
trora the running of a tuck in Tarletan to the in ik- I
ing of ah overcoat anything irnm Pilot or Lea vei j
Cloth, down to the softest Gauze or Gwssamer Tissue, '
and is eve? ready to do its work to perfection. it
an fell, hem, bind, git her, tu-.k, quilt and hts ca
pacity for a great variety of ornamental work. Tins
is not the only M it-Line tLa' can hem, ti 11, bin 1. and
so forih, hut it will do so better than any other Mu
hine. The Letter "A" Eainily Sewing Machine
may be had in a great variety of cabinet cases. The
Foldin • Case, which is now becoming s i pop;; I ir. is.
as its name impjtes, one that can he lidded info a
box or case which, when opened, makes a beautiful,
substantial, and spacious table for the work to rt-s:
upon. The cases aie of every iuiaginable design—
plain as the wood grew in its native forest, or a j
elaborately finished as art can make them.
The Dr/un-h Offices arc well supple d with silk j
twist, thread, needles, oil, etc., of the very Lest ua ,1 j
Send for a copy of "Singer A Co's Gazette."
I M >IM-EK & CO.
459 Lroadwiv, N. V.
PniLAtvri.rniA Orrirr, Sift Chestnut St.
Mrs. C T Marsh, and D. A. Bardwcll, Esq , agents ;
3XT 3E "W
The subseril>er has ju.-t opened a' new Furniture I
Cabinet and Chair Manufactory in Tunkhannock, j
next door to C. M. IvDon's grocery store — where are >
i kept nr hand and manufactured to order:
TABLES of all sizes, patterns, and styles.
CHAIRS Cane-seat, Flag-hotmm, and common.
BUREAUS of all styles, sizes, and nrices.
BEDSTEADS. Cottage and oenimon.
CENTRE TABLES, WORK STANDS, BOOK
CASES, and indeed every thing which can be found
in the largest furniture establishments in the country,
which he wiP sell at prices as low as they can be
bought in any town outside of the cities. Ileing sat- ;
isfied that he can compete, both in-workmanship and I
prices with any establishment in the country, be so- j
iiciis the public patronage.
REPAIRING of all kindsdone in a neat, sulistan- 1
tial and workmanlike manner.
N. B.—Old cane-seat chairs, new-seateJ and rc- j
UNDERTAKING —Haying a of his own, i
and having ha 1 much experience, he will attenl to :
this department of tho business on short notice, and ■
in a satisfactory manner.
ABRAHAM HAAS, j
July 16, IS62.—vln4oly
TO neeommodate person* wishing to go by public
conveyance frmn this place to any section, or re
turn, the undersigned contiuuoa to run a
iDaily Lin© -
f ¥ .1 P ;
to and from Factoryvtllo Depot, leaving his hotel at
6 c :1 tk, It. tu., arriving at Eactoryville in time for !
(ftrcat Bcnb, Srronton, llftu-l)urh, ;
Returning, leaves Faettiryville on tho arrival
of tho Now \ork, Philadelphia and Accommoda
tion Train from Great Rend, arriiiug in Tunkhar,- :
nock ut 7 o'clock, p. tn.
N. B.— All Express matter, packages and goods will
bo convoyed to and from the Depot, at reasonable '
rates; the proprietor hid ling himself responsible for ,
the sate delivery of all such entrusted to his care.
Towanda stage arrives at this hotel at 12 o'clock, ]
tn. Returning, leaves at 3 o'clock, p m
Stages for I'iftston, Wyoming, an t Wilkesbarre, i
leave on the arrival of the Towanda a'ogr, and ro- i
turning connect with the saute.
Montrose stage leaves on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays, at 7 o'clock, a. in., connecting at Montrose
with stupes for Linghnmton. Ac. Returning, connects
with stages for Pittsion, Towanda, Ac.
Persons wishiug to he called for at their residence:,
will he accommodated by leaving their names at tho
hotel of the proprietor.
Horses and Carriages in readiness to forward p.ass
cugctf at all times. ,
WAL T. P'-.- i ;
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SCROFPtA ANT) SC2OTULOUS Distaste i
From Emery Edes, a welt-iuoun nf.c V'
Oxford, Maine. f
' I have sold large quantities of v o ur n at , 0
ILLa, but never vet one bottle w.'uch t" ..."'t
| desired effect and full satiMaction to those wi ,f *
! it As last as our people try it, they agree p "'A
! been no medicine tike it before in our
Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches, Putta;' 7
Ulcers, Sores, and all Diseases of the V"'
From Fev. Holt. Strattnn, Eristol. Fnnu. F 6 '
i "1 only do my duty to you and the pubhc'lfi
I add my testimony to that you publish of u
dicinal virtues of your S ARBAPARILLA Mvri
ter, aged ten, had an afflicting l.utnor in a.!, I "''
eyes, and hair lor years, which vve were uojif" l '
cure until we tried your SARSAPAUILLA. so J?
been well tor some mouths." ' "•-•tn
From Mrs- Jane F. nice, a well known ur,d ■>
esteemed lady of Denvisvil'e, Cape Mm, r} c
" My daughter has suffered for a year jW *itk
i scrofulous eruption, which was very trout,
Nothingafforded any relief until we tried yours
fl.v PA HILL A, which soon completely curtil L r M
! From Charles P. Gage, Esq., of (he TDidelyJenmnt
of Gage, Murray l( Co , manufacturers of i?
elted papers in Aashua, A. 11. "
" 1 had lor several years a very frouLiefo-, i
mor in my lace, which grew constantly won*.,Si
it disfigured my lea:ures and became an intoieriKi
affliction. I tried almost everything a man couldr
j both advice and medicine, but without acy?*;.!,
whatever, until I look your SARSAPAMLLAI.
i immediately made my face worse, as vou toid
i might for a time; but in a few weeks" the liewTt"
! began to form uutier the blotches, and cont u ,!i
i until my lace is as smooth as anybody's, and It
without any symptoms of the di scare that ] ka
of. 1 enjoy poflect health, and without a uouht d
it to your 2>ARSAPAI:ILLA. ! ' e
Erysipelas General Debility Purify th
From Dr. Rolf. Sairin, Houston Ft., A* y
Dr. AVER: 1 seldom fail to remove Eruption, U j
Senfn/ous bores by the pertctering o-e tf v ,,.
Rauraparilla. and 1 have just now cured
tack of Malignant Lruxipelas with it. So altt-i!
five we possess equals the .SA iu-APARILLA yonlnri
supplied to the profession as well as to the people''
FroniJ. E. Johnston, Esq., Wakermtn, Ohtc
" For twelve years 1 had the yellowErviipe j,,
fny right arm. during which time I tried "all the ce"
; cbrated physicians I could reach, and took hmidrtii
ot dollats' worth of medicines ihe ulcerswereu
I bad tiiat the coids became visible, and the doctcu
decided that my aim must be amj utated. 1 btm
taking your .SARSAPAUILLA 'I ook two Lotties -S
some of your 1 ILLS Together they have cured as
I lam now as well and sound as anybody. lie;aea
public place, my case is known to" even body m -v:
! community, and excites the wonder of aiL''
yFrom Hon. Henry Monro, A/. P. P., qf A'etccortfe r
W . a leading member of the Canadian
1 '• 1 have used your !sar£apaiui.LA in lev umdr
j for general debility, and lor purifying tne Uof
with very beneficial results, and teel jj
coninieiidiug it to the aifijctt-d "
St. Antlxony'B Firo, Boso, Salt
Scald Head, Sere Eyes.
From TTarrey SicUer, Esq , the able editor of;!%
I'unckhaitnoel; Democrat, Pennsylvania.
'• Our ouly clnid, about three years, of age, v.ii.
tacked by pimples on lus foreiiead. 7hey rapidly
spread until ttiev formed a loathsome and virulent
soie. which covered his face, and actually blinded
bis eyes lor some days. A skilful physician applied
nitrate ot silver and other remedies, without any ip.
parent effect. For fifteen days vve guarded hi- h*nc<,
Jest with them he should tear open the iesteriug ai,i
corrupt wound w Inch covered hi? whole lace. ffa.
! ing tried every thing else vve had any liopefrorc.ac
began giving your tsARSAPAniLLA", and applying
the iodide of potash lotion, as you direct. The"w
began to heal when we liad given the first Lottie,
and was well when vve had finh-tied the secoud. The
child's eyelashes, which had come out, grew agais,
and he is now a.- healthy and lair as any other, lai
whole predicted that the chad mail
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease.
j From Dr. Hiram Stoat, of St. Louis. Missouri.
'•I find your ISARRAPAUILLA a more effectual
remedy lor the secondary symptoma of
and for syphilitic disease than auv other we posse*
The profession are indebted to you lor toute of the
best medicines we have ''
From A. J. French, M. D , an eminent physician y
Lawrence. Mass.. who is a prominent t umber cf
the Legislature of Massachusetts.
| ''Du. AVER —My dear t-ir: 1 hare found vesr
I SASSAPA RILL A an* excellent tetnedy for Syphtiu,
both ot the primary and secondary type, and iffsct
ual in some cases that were too oLstinate to yield a
other remedies. Ido not know what we can cm
}>loy with more certainty of success, where a u'vvet
ul "alterative is required".-'
Mr. Chas. S. Van.Lists, of A err Brnnstrch. A"./,
bad dreadiul ulcers on his legs, caused by the abuu
of mercury, or mercuri il disea e. which grew men
and more aggravated for yer.iv. in fpite of even
I remedy or treatment that could be applied, until tut
| persevering use of AVer's SAKSAVAKILLA relieved
fiim. J-'evv cases can be found more inveterate ail
disfressing tiian this, and it took several dozen but
ties to cure htm.
Deueorrhcea, "Whites, Female Wealtneit.
are generally produced by internal Scrofulous itot
al ion, and are very oltt-n cured by the altera!;*
effect of this f- A una PA RILL A. Some ca-x- reyun,
however, in aid of the SARSAPAUILLA, the akiifil
application of local remedies.
From the welld.nnwn and tcidely-celebrated Dr.
Jacob Morrill, of Cincinnati.
" I have found y our .SARSAPAUILLA an excel't
alterativ ein diseases of leraales Many cases of ir
regularity. Leucorrlioca, Internal Ulceration, a:.i
local debiiity, arising from the scrofulous diathewi,
have yielded to it. and tliei-e are few that do not
when'its effect is properly aided by local treatment." 1
A lady, unwilling to allots the publication of her
" My daughter and myself have been cured oft
very debilitating Leucori hoea of long standing, bj
two bottles ol" your SAUSAPAP.ILLA."
Rheumatism. Gout. Liver Complaint,Dp
pepaia Heart Disease, Neuralgia,
when caused fcv Scrofula in the system, are rfi4i r
cured by this EXT. SARSAPARILLA.
possess so many advantages over tho other pc
gatives in the market, and their superior vims
are so universally known, that vve need notd#
more than to assure tho public their quality 2
maintained equal to the best it ever has beet
and thk,they may be depended on to do L
that they have ever done.
Prepared by J. C. AYER, M. D-, & Co,
Lowell, Mass., and sold by
11 ouniv. iuiiMianaoi.it; T P. Spring, Lv^T r '
vimiing it Cu.. Nicholson: E 2; J Frcar. Fiv ;f
viile, ai d by d. alers in Medicines cverywhorc.
70 o\'K!JXf'Qi i n
SHAKERS. HATS.- RIBBONS,
<F 1 HE
57- •£• 3? Cfi!? H v.? l
is? Jtlti JjJt KJ ih O j
ii'iHi everything else to he found •" di • ''U'-' 'J
MILLINERY Just received from the city.
sold nt -in ill profits Uy
Opposite the |Nst-Oilir .
Ploase call an I cxitiuiafl lefute parch isifS e,it "
I f Bleaching and repairing done in £>--'• -• u
and if the shortest notice
Tunkhnnovk, Nov. 12, 1362 —v'.'nl4-3in.
"if \ BUSHELS OF GOODRICH'" S s I:2DLI>'C
sJv/V/ Comprising the following v 'rietus: .
Gurnet Chili. Cusco, Central City, Calhw, ■"*
l'inkoye Rusty coat
Also 50 bushcis of Eaiiv Junes
l'riec $2 50 | r bbl., deliwre I at the I' ,
pot The barrel to contain ns many Si'rts " 1S ■'
Pin kagi-j A ea.k sort sent by tuai! post p."O
-at cts em h . ,
I Cash to accompany all orders. Rt.M® 5 '
given if desired.
Rar.som Luz.. Co., Pa.
CONST UJI.E'S SAL^
Justice's. Constable's, .m-1 Irg-i' Blanks o(
kinds, rally and Correctly printed on foci I?' VjJ
hnd fop sale e t'he Cffice of - : ' J